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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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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50 Canal Zone

"Let the people knot the truth and the country is sale'l

rANAMA, R. Y., 4ATLIFDAY, MAT -3, 1953

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TI311 PAVIENT

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Inere was no official coin-anent
today on what was dis discussed
cussed discussed between U. S. charge
d'affaires Robert Acly and Pa Panama
nama Panama Foreign Minister Aquili Aquilino
no Aquilino ,Boyd yesterday after ,a
group of Panallla students
posted Panamanian flags at
several spots In the Canal
4 However, some sources de de'
' de' clared that Acly expressed his
, concern over the incident, and
,also expressed fears that a
- repetition might lead to re

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grettable violence.
Indications are that 'there
' has been no official protest so
far by U.S. Embassy sources
$ here over "Operation Soverign
:ty" carried out yesterday by
, members of the Union of VW VW'
' VW' versity Students (UEV).
, Some 50 Panalnanian flagS
posted by the students at
, ous points in the Canal Zone
were turned over yesterday to
the Panalna FOTeign Minity by
' U.S. officials.
Meanwhile, sources' close to
the students union Indicated
Abut they have communicated
, -the 'reasons for "Operation
'Sovereignty" (reaffirmation of
Panatnanian sovereignty over
L'',.the Canal Zone) and photos
, I,,of the raid to student organi organie
e organie '.,tations In the United States,
EuroVe and Latin America.'

The operation of the Panama
Canal's diesel, electric plants ft-04-
s, water conservation purposes lias
ceased for thisk year, unless un
seasonably', dry weather, occurs.
-,- 1 ne 4 ei ter
.
den and Gatun Lakjes at the begin begin,
, begin, ning of May was cOnsiderably high
er than May 1 ;last. year, when
the' driest weather onl record oc oci
i oci curred. The level of Gatun Like
PlImrsday morning was 83.40' feet,
and Madden Lake's level waS 230.-
34 feet. ,
-',On May 1 of last' year Gatun
, Lake level was 82.55 feet: near nearly
ly nearly a foot lower 'than this year.
The level of Madden Lake at this
time last year was 216.50 feet,
just :20 feet under the level on
May 1 this year. LI .,
,As a iesult of the extemely drY
Weather last year, the rule curve
for the' operation of diesel gener gener'
' gener' ating plans was changed. Based
on the new rule eurve, the opera opera,
, opera, tion of the diesel plants was begun
' earlier this year then in the past,
,,,' with the exception of last year.,
The first power generation' of
diesels for water conservation was
begun March 7 this year, and an
, additional unit of the Mirefloies
, plant was plaCed in operation on
, April 1. ,

' GRUM ,Lake IS presently about
equal to the rule curve but Mad Madden
den Madden Lake is about 10 feet higher
than the rule curve requiridg die diesel
sel diesel generation.
1,7:Although the' operation of diesel
plants for water conservation has
been halted, some units of the
plants will continue in operation
to maintain a proper balance of
25. cycle and 60 cycle current 'in
" all, areas during the power cover cover'
' cover' prograzn.

Gaiernor Returns
From Washington
, 0, W. E. ,Potter returned to
the Canal Zone yesterday from
' Washington where he has been for
the past ,week to testify before
, the House' and Senate Appropriat6
tons Committee on Canal appro appro,,
,, appro,, priation for the coming year,
:Returning, with '', the Governor
' was Col. 'Charles O. Bruce, health
,0 director, who attended hearings
on requests for funds for Canal
, Zone health services
The GOVernOr was also accom accom,panied
,panied accom,panied by Philip L. Steers, Jr.,
tomptroller, and Leroy Magnuson
thief of the Budget and Rates Div.
tsion.' After the conclusion of the
, bearings, Steers, and MagnUSOn
Visited the Canal's Vew York op operations
erations operations arid is due to the Isthmus
today.

Potterl Will Meet
Officers Of Latin,
US Civic Councils

7Cov. E; Potter will trieet
With officers of U.S. and Latin
. ttmerican Civic Council in open
stssion this month.
,,Is1ext Tuesday he ,is scheduled
to meet with Latin American of of,.
,. of,. 4 r-! a:; santa Cruz Service
Center at 7:30 p.m.
On the following Tuesday, May
13, he is slated to meet with of oflicers
licers oflicers of U.S. citizen councils at
the Gamboa Civic Ctuter also at
7;30 p.m. 1

k

Another' school- year will start Monday m' ruing for ap approximately
proximately approximately 3950 students from kindergarten through grade 12,
who will attend the Canal Zone schools in the Latin -American
communities. ,
,There wilL'be no formal classes on the first day. The time
will be devoted,Instead,,, to registTation and assignment of class classAli
Ali classAli students in all grades will report'at' their respective
schools at 8:30 Monday morning, Pupils entering kindergarten
through sixth grade will be dismissed as soon as registration
is completed. Junior and senior high school students will re remain
main remain until 10' cm, ler assignment to classes, and possibly will
go through a trial school day.- ,
Parents of students entering the Latin American senior
high schools have been asked to report at the Paraiso and Rain
bow City High Schools, between, 4 and 7 p.m. Monday to aign
the registration cards. ,
.

will be conduciEd for pupils in
grades four try ough six, and'a
stagrred 11)11(11 hour is plan planned
ned planned for students in the Paraiso
High School..
These double sessions, 'which
mean that two groups of,chil of,children.
dren. of,children. will use the same class classropms
ropms classropms at different ,times, will
be' necessary to maintain a, sat satisfactory
isfactory satisfactory pupil-teacher ratio.
Schools will be opened at. La
Boca, -Paraiso, 'Santa Cruz;and
Rainbow City ,with sessions as

' For the convenience of those
parents who live in Santa Cruz
and' whose children are to at attend
tend attend highs school in' Paraiso,
1 teachers will be on' duty at the
c5anta Cruz School from ,4 'to 7
p.m. Monday to accept registra registrations;
tions; registrations; A was announced by RIC
iktiSiOn ,of Schools.
iteaular c asses will begin, in
all. schools 'Tuesday morning.
Because ,of the increased en enrdiment
rdiment enrdiment at the' 'Paraiso Ele Elementary,:
mentary,: Elementary,: School, double ahiftao

1;idicated:

9:00 II:00 1:00 3:00
8:00 11:30 2:30.
8:00 11:304:' 1:00 3:00,,

Kindergarten
Grades and 2
GTades- 3, 4.. ....
Paraiso, certain classrooms,
Grades 4 -13'
First shift q t
,FPcond shift ..--,,,;'
, tirades 9; Paraiso
and Santa Cruz
.Grades 7 12, Rainbow City
' Qrades:10 12, ParalSO

, When the schools open there,
Will be five classrooms in oper;
ation itt the La Boca School to
accommodate first to sixth
graders living 'in Pedro Miguel.
,
, Early in : the school year,
however,, the La Boca ichool
will be closed and its stuo
dents tranfserred to the pe pedre
dre pedre Miguel school which will
then become part of the Latin
American sohool system.

Otr:CLIS
. out
rt 1 I
Soy
$5S 3E3

-
Officials of t e Nati Onal Lotter37
'Were of the opinion today that
detectives,managed tc a S58.-
380 counterfeit chance ticket rack
et in the bud with the discovery
of 226 sheets of chance tickets in
a package of newspapers from
Mexico..
, '-
The Panama Secret, P9lice who
had been keeping an eye on Vic Victor
tor Victor Zabaneh, a Panama city
jeweler who had-, been suspecting
of, smuggling jewels and dope,
found the counterfeit tickets Sat Saturday
urday Saturday after searching a package
of Mexican newspapers consigned
to Zabanah.
,
?The sheets of tickets were found
hidden in the pages of the nesispapers-
'
Investigation'diselosed that the
tiefiets were counterfeit versions
of winniiig chance tickets Pr A April
pril April and April 13,
Zabaneh, whb was arrested
shortly'after detectives made the
find,' admitted that the tickets
had been sent' by his brother, E Elias,
lias, Elias, who lives in Mexico. How-,
ever, Sabaneh claims their 'was
no intent to 4defratul He said he
had intended to show the tickets
to lottery officials h.' order to
make a bid for the job of pript pripting
ing pripting them.
T Panama Seiree Pollee chi(
Hector Valdes left here Wednes
day morning for' Mexico, where
he is seekin,0 the arrest of Zaba.,
nab's brother.

Narcotics Adents
Seize $1 500000
PuraHoroin Cache
NEW YORK (UP). City and
federal narcotics agents Thursday
night seized $1,500,000 worth of
pure heroin in a Chinatown gift
shop run by a, ormer seaman
and his beautiful young wife, a
former Hollywood hopeful.,
You Hong Ting.- 37,1. and his
wife, Leung Tam Yung, 24, were
arrested when agents found near.
ly 10 pounds of pure heroin in a
jade-decorated tea can in Ting's
gift Ehop.

L1:30 10:00 42:30 2:45
10:00 4 12:30, b..0Q
- ,,Ai
8:00 11:45', 3:00
'k 8:00 11:45 12:45'., 3:0D
8:20 11:20 ), 12:05 3:05
8:20 -42;05 42:50 3:05

, 4 r
gned
nesidents whose frequency,sen frequency,sensitive
sitive frequency,sensitive equipment is to be convert convert.
. convert. ed during the Pacific area con conDTI'
DTI' conDTI' version program beginning Mone"s-
day morning have been urged to
be at home at the',hour designat designatIue
Iue designatIue ed by the contractor.
;ions ,
r A. This necessary because the
frequency-sensitive equipment and
sppliances in all homes fed from
!sted a single transformer will be dis disthe
the disthe connected. After this is done the
:kets feeder lines serving that, particu particu,,
,, particu,, E. lar area will, be fle energized
low-, briefly until connections are made
'W88 in the transformer ,,house for -60-
I he cycle current. :
itets '
, to During this brief period all,
ea. homes served' from tha' feeder
, will be without current. When
the linos aro ro-enorgizad with
chid
Ines. 60cycla currant all lighting and
tore hooting units may bo used. ,The
contractor's forces will begin
immediately on the conversion
of all froquencf.sensitivo
mont, and this equipment may
' not bo used until converted for
'" 60 cycle use.
In conneCtion with the power
conversion program on the Pad Padh..
h.. Padh.. fic side, the Electrical Division
e has issued a reminder Wall rut
idents that power failures may
iind be more prolonged than' normal.
sday during the next few months.
of In connection with the domestic
gift conversion program beginning
man Monday morning in residences a ae,
e, ae, long, Ancon Boulevard, notices
, have been delivered to household"-
his ers that, representativeit of Conso Consowere
were Consowere lidated, International Electric Co.
tear- will call at homes at 7 in the
in a morning. After disconnecting fre fretng's
tng's fretng's quency sensitive equipment, lines
will be de-energized until the

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'111'"t'e. Stwi'---ated 'etir- OliMent 'Ior '-',!-,!:',:g',::ti'.- .!,::.E.',':i'''', ':,....'':'.:,.:,',.:.:!:..g..:;:!.::!.''.1,:::.!:::::i:'':,:.. .::.::.'''' 'it
.
,
this : year. shows little change ,,.',J,.,:,,,:,,':: 1;,,-;:,. I ii',,:::,:.:',.!:.:,,,'','-:::: -. i .,. ,,, ....,:.::....7.:::.,:: ..,
from ,' that reported 's when; t,he ,:,",,,,i,:.;.::,,;:'1' ,..:::::',.:. ::',',;:':;',',::.,!;..4::;9!;,- ,,,: '$$:.'".',::,',;::::::,"j..,-.,::,..',!sfik :-
Latin', American, schools 'Closed i,,,::,:.,,;:,.:',:, :,',,:i.':::::::,N.,,..,,5: ; '':: i":::',,g,;':::::;1..:!!..L.':',:.:,:V :
in,. February :; for', the,lortg ,;lry 1,,,,,,:,:,...,
H'...:0::::::'V::'':'1'.,:.,.::,:,::::-:::::M4'',
season; vacation. - .:, 4, ,;.,. 1..,.... ':":'' ,,,,,,,,,,,,,4,:ii:.,i,i,,,,i,,e:,;,...:,.m,:?,,,,:,...- .....
. i ,:f-,,,,,,::::::.,:,:,-,.:,,:,. ; ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,::.,,.,..:.:,....,:.,,:,.:,
,It is considerably- belotv,'hovi,,, ,.. s.,? ,,..,,,: :,,,::::,,,,!,,,,:,i,,,,,,,,,,,,,:::,,,,,,,,,,,i,:,,..
'- .' i ,,,,,,:.,:, ,t- :, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,:,,,,,f,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,:,:,,,,,,;,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,i.,
everk the 4134,'stmdents who al,; .1
'''''' ': :': :'....:'' ?.. ''' ':::',::,;:':,:::,:.:.,i:::,..:::::,..::,,:,:,:,::::,:.;,:.:::4,,.::,.:,
:, ;,' :': ; te":,..::', :i,::,..).::.::.40:,:;:i:,)::.:',.:::iiii::::,',:n: ,..:,i?,,..,. :
tended '--these,'; schools. Lin,,, lvla7, -, I '...::',:,:'i',,.',:.i.;: ,,:':::':-.'"-':,:!!';'';1 I.. ',:?::.;'.:- ''';-:',...S.,i,i,'ii'..i',:,..,m,:1:',x:::,,,e:,, :
1957,.,,''',The ',,'," ,decrease .,,:is .),'" due ,,:.''e.' : --- .. ,,:,:;,'"3.,,,''' ;,.,j!l':,;::::',',,".:::::'.;::',::::,:N:',::,4,4.;:::.,:!''. :.:-,:
mainly-10 the ,abandonment.Of .....::.,..,;:g,.,..:i,,.,.....
- ,i":' ,-:::?:i:i:,,,-::,-,:::::::,,:,,s.,,,,4.":ki ,, :T.'
, ,,,-4,,'.t,,?, ,4K.,',.,;,,"?..:.t.,1,,,,,z:,:... : :
La Boca' as :as townsite.',.., ,,:..:::n:::,:4:.,4,:: I. -,,-,,,,,,;: ..1,,,.. :,,,,,,,,!,,::,...,,,,-.,,:,..4H.:',.0::1; I -;
:AS- they -have done for ,the., ..-7:::,,:,..:g,:,,. , ...,,.....-, ,.:-,- ,,:,.,,.q:':".'t:',;;::::,,;,-,.,.:,..::
-- sliest' several. years, v. the Latin:, ., i, :,,':';:',::11:::::::,::::1::,,,,:li,':',:,: :,,'
American school in the: ra., t. 1..,::,:,.:i-N::.:-.:-.':,,.. ..... :'.-:.s,':'..::::.::.:.i.,,!:i:-.,-..".,;;;,,:.:.;:..:;::',.....1:!,:::!::!:7::.::',.:::'..::....:.:.,;..,':;..,,... ..' ."..'.
, ,,.,,,:i....:,,,ii.,,i,,:::- ,:iih. ,,
nal '1, Zone ,0",:w11,1;:;,,follow :' the 1,:?j.:'..',':',,::',.:!i';i:',.-h,.t:). '-77,:,'-.-t .,:,.:,. '7.-:.::,.-..!::,;::: ,y,,::,F:,;.: :..4.::.:,,,,e,:,5i,,::-.:.!:.,.,,:.,,,:,...!..,:i.. ...
1;
, school year ,,in, the Itepu!hile ft.':.,p:.:..pg,:,4:'.,.!:1,:::-:::,',.:' 1.,,;4..,- --- :.:.:.:.....".".7,d.,:iii....4,..s.,:,:mM,I,',..0,gi,g ;;'..,'-,
of ,l'anama,,,,:. .. ...,; :. :i,,,::::,-,:::-,,:',.,:,:::,.,:i ,J,?,,,,,:..
, .
.; .This year- lbe Panama -school ',.:;,,,.,: 1:ii:t.1:::4:.:1',:;:"'",:s:S,',ii-'':;:::':',:::,','''''':: 5-::::,':i,,,,Ri,,a';',ii,,..,:i'?,-,',':,,,',iil ,-
K,':-;,-,:,i:,:':.',,,i::::::i,i,:,:,:::,i,,,,,:Q,::,,,,:,i,,,,H.,..,g ,.
calendar hag been -changed .,.to -'..,, -:',',0::.:.:,),0:::'',:r.:: --- ,,"S.t:',,',::"41,D?:01-40:? ..','!,,.
provide for a ,mid-terra -vata,., ; :::,:,,,,::,.,..,. .,,.:,,:,,i...:;),,:'iii:':',':::,,,'W,;;,.il n :1
tiri in.' early September etnd a : ,,.;:.:':'i,
.. ,,10,,,, :x:,:.,::;?,,,,;.:',i,,,,,;:i,',.,:,,e,a,,i,,:,,,
i ........,,:,,:,:,i,::,,,:,.,:,:K,,:;,,i.,,,,,.:.:',,,:!., :
,,
final closixis ,ds,te ,just,,before, s, : .,. :',.,',.....!:':'::'::64;;;;Vik.;:',W.;4;:M ,,
, ....,,: r;': '':.,'::0:1:,:,,s::.:-:.1J
Christmas. ..,; '',',,,,:!: ,. !, .,'.: , ,,,
'Ni;;;;e4 :;;kicov':;;;::;:i;i;;;24.,...;.;;;t,,ni, .,
.'. According t:to: !'present :'platis, ... ,,.,, ,, .. 1.,,,, : ,,,,, ,... .... : ., .. ., , .. .., .; ,...,;
the Latirt Anterican school, year ,7,,-., ,,,, ,', : 1
will end :pee.'23, ;with the 1959 :,il'ALERIE McD1TTRE,' dau. g' hte-e'' ,.eil. Mrs.,, )3ertha McIntyre of ;
school term .geheduled to begin -Curundu, presents a poppy ,to, Mai .,,Cien,:,Thomai ,L.-'Harrld,'
March 30 : ,:it -. ,:. ,.. 4,;,..' USAIICARIB( commanding general.--411.S., Army Photo1 ',,'
,
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POPPY GIRL" 'Susan, Shirk launched. the American ,,Legion,'
Auxiliary's 1958 Poppy Drive by selling the first poppy to Act Act'Ing
'Ing Act'Ing Gov. J-lugh M. Arnold.' She is shown here pinning the
, poppy on Arnold, who received his youthful visitor iri his of-.
Moe at Balboa Heights. Susan Is the 10-year-old daughter of
Mr. and Wire. H. H.' Shirk, of Gatua., She is a member of the,
Junior Legion Auxillary,Tost 1, Gatun,, and is a fifth
grade PU11 in the Gatun Elementary School,.

fhooerittihe. :G orgaUsguttoUsA:t.:110,05::TtAaLlic, ,,y.
!: -- ,,,, '' i '''''' .' ' Canal Zone Health
.. i ,,,,,,,. A ,,, .,,e, i ,, re roc y rosponsibleut
.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..$,'!",.,;4, .,.,.......40,...1..,....k,....J .' hooith of a froquently shifting 'is known throughLut ',the 'wilaorlsd
is includes civilian and 'Mill.' faotrrilictstiocuonoftribthuetInan'itioantdhetoctohne.
, pooulati n of b
'VALERIE McINTYRE, daughter, of Mrs. Bertha McIntyre ;.of tOry residents of the Canal, Zone. conquest, of tropical, diseases, and
, Curundu, presents a poppy to Mal. Gen, Thomas L. Harrold, Zone employes living In Panama, is greatly respected -for the quail quailUSARCARIB(
USARCARIB( quailUSARCARIB( commanding general.(U.S. Army Photo) ,' and transients, such as merchant ty and' comprehensiveness o I Its
.
, 1, ,, ii ,,, .'' ,The, Canal Zone must,' essential. But its physical fatilities ''aie
.;,Be, Home .ForConversion ly, be self.dependent for' health now ill-adapted to its' needs.... ,
' -. .- ,, .' i . i ,- 0 I services; its geographical location It 'serves 57,000 pervious on the
: .,-..,. , 1 ,, , .- ,, binds health in the Canal, Zona to Pacific side of the Isthmus in all
, , 4 , , health in Panama. , J , its services,,' and the whole ,popu'.
Asaij'NmfreH Repfeentative
Ths Canal Zone is unique in' lation in some of, its apecialized
the citizenship and racial com. services,' .,. ,' -' ., ,
,. ,- plexitv al its population, i' t h'it The, use of some', of Its' excess
, ,... ., . , ,, , , ,, ,, differences between the civilian capacity for; the care of selected
sWitch-over to 60.cycle current cad made 'by the occupant or his re- and militart t components, Land tulperculosis cases front I Panama
be ;made' at the transformer. presentatiVc , the atypical sae and sex distri. is 4 sound and desirable practice.
, ,t-, .' -', ,' .. , :,, 1 .... butions, I. e, this preponderance ,' The clinical medical ,staff Is
,neoldents shotild arrange to be anal zone residents 'who''ex.', ,of young and ,middlo-aged resi: too small; there is a 't deficien,.
home at 7 CM.' and, 'if possible, pact to be away on vacation at dents and the larger number of cy of graduate nurses ., for, in.
until their equipment hes been tho time that their quartera mon ,than women. ', ' -,,,, ,,, -, tramural Service; 'and its ad.
converted. If they are unable to are 'scheduled for conversion te ., The Health Bureau must pro.1 ministrativo staffing, needs mod.,
do so, they "should make at- 60-cyclet- current have baon-ro-; ,vide conimunity health services srnization. -Thera have, bean .no
rangements to have some respons minded that ), an't authorized ray which., are furnished by ,public miler- capital Investments its
ible person to be present so the Presentative, preferably a health ,, agencies iri the United Gorges Hospital in recant yaars.
frequency.sensitive equipment and neighbor, tnust be designated ,to, States and ,the, peronal, health The hospital plant is obsolote,
appliances ,, can be disconnected bo prosent with the conversion services done by private practr. and unduly expensive to opor.
promptly. i. , contractor's employes. tioners Lind privat".- and., public ate.lt rosedt comprehensive, im.
., ,'-' ,, ' i : , 4 I , ,, ''', hosPitals in the States. ., ', : .,,, ., provomsnt or roplatemonL '
' In event nO one Is at, home This representative should be The main causes, of,deathheart 'He Jecommends Jhat,,,, Corgis
when the, contractor's representa- authorized to, admit the contrac, disease. cancer, etc.--are substan. Hospital shOuld be continued as
tive calls,,,it will be. necessary to tor's employes to the, quarters, so tially the same here as in the U. the main medical center, ,of the
throw the main switch and de- hat the conversion can be,. ac- nited ,States: causes peculiar, to Canal, Zone,, improved by, larger
energize all 'lines in the, house. complished, and 'to act for the tho tropics have Ifirgely ,been eli. and more flexible. resources, a
Power will not then be restored vacationing employe in all mat- minated, although .: there is a larger professional, and technical
until' special '. arrangements are ters pertaining to the conversion. higher incidence of pneumonia: the and t. subordinate staff, and a
-,

sWitch-over to 60-cycle current cad
be ,,made at the transformer.
,
,Ilesidents should arrange to b
home at 7 A.M.' andif possible,
until their equipment has been
converted. If they are unable to
do so, they 'should make ar arrangements
rangements arrangements to have some respons.
ible person to be present so the
frequency-sensitive equipment and
appliances can .be disconnected
promptly.

' In avant no one Is at, home
when the, contractor's representa representative
tive representative calls,,,it will be necessary to
throw the main switch and de,-
energize all 'hnes in the house.
Power will not then be restored

alLout test of plant protec protection,
tion, protection, plans of the Panama Canal
Company Government is schedul scheduled
ed scheduled ,for Tuesday, during Operation
Alert 1958.
The exerciSe 'this' year which
will test the ability of Civil De Defense
fense Defense forces throughout the Unit;
ed States to react quickly and et etficienly
ficienly etficienly to a disastrous enemy at attack
tack attack will include the mobilization
of many pew units in the Canal
Zone.
In addition to the mobilization
of welfare and health service units
in. all Canal Zone communities, a
memorandum has teen sent to all
bureau directors and division
heads of the Canal organization
by Lt. Gov. Hugh M. Arnold, cal calling
ling calling attention to this opportunity

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for "Company GoVernment insI
instiuions, and her'
facilities to test their individual
plant protection plans in coopera cooperaion
ion cooperaion with the disaser relief plan.
, "All facility plant -'-' protection 1
groups ere to take an active
: part in 'the Civil Defense exer exercise
cise exercise ,Tuesdey," he said. Such
participation will not only test
the plent's civil defense readi,
mess but will assist In establishino
closer teem work in the overall
Company Government Civil De
fem. program.
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It TOE -facilitate -the planning for
the exercise by individual units.
the Lieutenant Governor's memo memorandum
randum memorandum listed a number of typic typical
al typical activities which would be useful.

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Gorgas,Haspital facilities are "obsolete" and its working sfaff too small, accord-.
ing't an'internationally-,known hospitaLconiOtant, Dr. Isidore folk ..who has ;on.:
pleted a stirvey of the local scend.''-'' . '
.,Inhis Folk Report,-releasedl yesterday in, the Panam6 Canal Review, the visiting
medicarecankmist suggested tharGorgas should be continued as. the main medical
ceater of the Canal Zone, but improved, br,
Larger and more, flexible resOuries, ',,, ,
:2),a larger, professional arid techniCal and iabardinate staff; and. .-
, 3) a More efficient plant. ,;- ,- ,
Dr., Falk also observed that the main 'causes of death heard disease rand cancer,
are "substantially the spire here as in thettLS!'kut that the relotively.low 1:crude'
death rate reflects the youth of the population.. -
"The 'Water supply in general,"! he commented, "is
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, In January 1957, Dr. Falk; was dysenteries rim
employed to 'make a broad stu. seases thad in
dy of the Canal Zone's h e a 1 t ti 'The Telativel:
services and recommend a pro. rate reflects t
gram,' both ar tO facilities 'and pulation',- the, t
services, which. could be used as the same a3 ir
a basis for long.,range planning, The water sur
His was the first .. really ( overall good. .- -- '
look at this vital program', by it PERSONAL H
qualified- but disinterested expert Dr, Falk's hi,
hi. the field, since, the Canal. con., est criticism,
ot the 'report d
struction per,iod. ,, ..,, , I- ..,, mendations aP
The mapr recommenditions'afid
highlights -of Dr.,, Falk's recently: hospitals, the
Alynensaries.
completed report are presented be,,
low,- : , -, . ,, Lespite the
,. ., t, --"e ....,77,:.,,,,,, , ,, crulting and k
, The -Canal Zona Health
, By. fled prolessior
roau officials, working Indpond; Cana' :Znne :Znne,iy,,
,iy,, :Znne,iy,, hod already arrived at ma; salary ranges,
stahing of ',the
sly of the conclusions', .reathed
bv Dr. Falk. :, Some'''' of ,, the, the whole,' Jeri
titatively and I
changes suggested In the report'
have already been mad,. comrs,, qualitatively."
r -A 'large pror
requiring Cortgrossionak action, cal staffs are
- aro planned for the, coming tfis,'
cal yogic. ,,,. .. ,, 4 ,., o,, , 0 specialties or
The 264-Page report ii neW be- fication. ,.
Ifig ,studied by Col: ,Charle$ O. ..."t!whionwell 1,4t)sr,a,
stalf,..When they have comPleted
Brutte, Health Directof rind hia
twrhoieltiltrebrinmar leyunesuhi si r,ae' dtdhd: eloti inro nfmal nlarinsi troar; pet hwtawos ei 1,31 ,' personnol Ind
stantial, shor
be submitted to Goy, WilliaM E. lief sinc dia: grn gts rt oaf avf fcal n.t agi 1 td..
'of Dr, Falk's recemnse"Osflons he.
: rit tal 'mums a
fore Congress is tiske4 for P
tulttertehe to feett tient facilltie
sary, funds or authorit
, . , t and the out pi
lights: -, ., '
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m,ent, :. ; ,
tier he a' ns :erase' I o ; oY,tr'h' e ;, ihnisgh da'A'rsercin.u'inagtue hec hel roargil: tell,
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plant shut-down procedure by go-Iplant; special
ing through the motions of pullingissges on build
switches, closing valves and dis- disnlays in, lob
connecting outtets;, and Oebartmen
L 4c, Moving the employes to shelt- civil deense
er areas, or, outside of butleiings es; :aril inforr
in a token evacutionit mer,noe of Del
nd. Simulating acci,fents, fires seavival:
,and other clisaster eituet!o-t se "7. Me,
offord practico for first- aict and pro- enrsiroereff
rescue teams, plant fire bri. for strengtheni
gades,,, plant polics, radiologic. for disaster rel
al monitoring teams and other cy."

dysenteriea end some venereal di.'
seases thait in the United States.-
The Irelatively low.crude" death
rate reflects the youth of the Population',-
the, birth. rate 'is about
the same. a3 the itlnited 'States.
The water- supply,. in, general, us
good. ' ?" :
PERSONAL HEALTH -SERvICES
Dr. Falk's highest praise, strong strongest
est strongest criticism, and major recom.
mendations appear in the section
ot the 'report Sea ing with the tour
hospitals, the aid stations and
divnensaries k,
Lespite the diffickiliks' 'of :tr.
crulting and keeping highly quail.
heti professional 'personnel in. the
Canal 'Zone., within the available
salary' ranges,,, he finds 'that the
stafling of ',these 'Services in, "on
the whole,' largely. adequate quad.
titatively and highly commendable
qualitatively." ,
r -A 'large proportion of the medi.
cal staffs are diplomates th their
specialties or qualified for certi certification.
fication. certification. ,
Owing to an inadequte budg.
however; there is ""sub.
stantial, shortage of qualified
; personnel Ind extensive, general
understaffinef.' This situation
la aggravatod of Gorges
tal because of operation in Ina Ina,
, Ina, ficient facilitiss. 1
geheraL!he find's," the'' in-pa
tient facilities at s, the hospital
are much greater, than required
and the out-patient, facilities init.
'dequate for the, Increasing trend
toward out-patient, or clinic treat treatment.
ment. treatment. ,

GORGAS HOSPITAL
:Gorges Hospital, br., talk, says,
is known throughout ',the world
lot its contributions '', to the con.
strliction of the,Fanal and to the
conquest, of tropical- diseases, and
is greatly respected ,for the quali quality
ty quality and' comprehensiveness o its
medical care. -- 4'1 ,.
But its physical:fatilities 'are
now ill-adapted to its' needs.,
It serves 57,000 persons on the
Pacific side of the Isthmus in all
its services,,' and the whole ,popii.
lation in some of, its specialized.
services.' ,
, The, use of some', of ils- exicess
capacity for, the care of selected
tuberculosis cases froth I Panama
is la sound and desirable practice.
,'Thit clinical medical ,staff is
too small; there is a ', doficion.
cy of graduals nurses for,, in.
tramural torvitc 'and its ad.
ministrativo staffing, floods mod.,
ernization...There have boon via
' capital Invostments
Gorges Hospitat in recent yeart:.,
, The hospital plant Is obsolete,
and unduly oxponsivo to opor.
a to. 1 t roods' comprohonsivo im.
provomont or roplatomonL
'He recommends that 004113
Hospital sheuld be continued as
the main medical center, ,of the
Canal Zone,, improved by, larger
and more flexible, resources, a
larger professional and technical

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The suggested list of activities fold emergency defense servica;
lows: ;" I A'e. Simulating attack situationE
"a,' Making arrangements for, whereby olants san effectively
receiving the alert in the plant ,practice life and property-saving
control room and for reho.ing technictuess and activities; S ';'
the information to the plant-protec- of. Publicizing the iacility, dis distion
tion distion service teams; aster cohtrol plans by using an an,
, an, All, Carrying out a simulated propriate posters throughout, the
1
plant shut-down procedure by go- plant; special civil defense' mes mesing
ing mesing through the motions of pulling sages on bullejtin boards; s special
,switches, closing valves and dis- displays in, lobbies, lunch, rooms,
Iconnecting outlicts;, ' and debartments; distribution of
L 4c. Moving the employes to shelt- civil defense nlmohlets to emnloy emnloyer
er emnloyer areas, or, outside of buildings es; :aril informing employes in
in a token evacutionli. ,,,. niPti,no' of personal and home
, l'et. Simulating accidents, fires sitrvival: .
,
and other disaster situatio-s tft "7. Me, protection groupt
afford practice for first- aid and stn- ermsidered reqerve elements
rescue teams, plant fire bri. for strengthening, local capability
gadas,,, plant police, radiologic. for disaster relief in, an emergen

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He suggests, if architectural stu stutly
tly stutly shows this to be pratical, that
the present. OH-GYN building be become'
come' become' the 'nucleus for new ton-
struction; s
, The in-patient capacity should be
reduced and the ,uut,patient facili facilities'
ties' facilities' enlarged.
', COCO SOLO HOSPITAL i
; While Dr. Felt finds that the
Coco Solo Hospital building is in
excellent condition, its .1 ay ou t
needs further adaptation to pct.
mit effective and economical c,cr---
'ation- ? '72
SomeCapital improvemen'l rre
needed to chane it from
pital with anciliary out patienit
services to a balanced health
and hospital tenter.' ,
Its' in patient facilities" are :"
'much more than 'needed,", but
its budget bait been insufficient for
adequate staffing. The equipment,'
on the who,e, 'is good. '
He recommends that Coco Sole
Hospital becomo., the C a n,a I
'Zone's secondary health and
hospital ,Center, and that it
function iss ,such for the nerth-
ern district.''.., "' --
11 It should be staffed -and equip equipped
ped equipped for general medical and den dental
tal dental services and' for- a minimum
range of special services. --,
( It should,- howev,er, refer as
much ,as,possible to Gorgas 'los.
Intal,for highly, specialized servic.,
, Like' Gorges,' it' shOuld 'Strength'.
en its out-patient services 'and en enlarge
large enlarge its staff. ,Some minor physi physital
tal physital changes should, be made. T
, , ,
, COROZAL, HOSPITAL '
' This hospital,' Dr; Falk says is
a custotidial institution operating
in out-moded, facilites.
, Whle substantial': improvements
have been effected in the ".n a s t
two, years,' a' tomprehensive-reor-
gaiiization( and modernization 'ere
still urgently needed.
Its staff of iwell-talined physi physiclans
clans physiclans and nurses is too small.
He recommends that Corozal
Hospital should become part of
the mure-psychiatric service of
',' Gorges; Gorges', should concert-
trate on consultant services; and
Corozal Hospital should be used
for non-acute, long-term disturb disturbpatients
patients disturbpatients net requiring or. ri
suitable for care- at, Gorges GorgesFunds
Funds GorgesFunds shcnild be provided at ,
'once to remedy such deiiciencies
in layout-and equipment as ,lack
of elevators, inadequate dining
space, etc4 whether the buildings
are, to be used for tew,?j,eare
or for a longer period.
He also suggests an lndepend.
ent survey of the 'mental health
program in the ,Canal Zone. ,,
- -PALO, SECO ,1 1"
, Dr, Falk, finds ,that- the' Palo
Seco' Leprosarium prevides nee.
essary service for the .Canal
Zone and', a much 'appreciated
service to, Panama,";and that its
:acilitieS, -modest in ;construction,
are Well Maintained.;
He recommends ,no aior
changes, other than the 7addition
'of I second physician, but sug suggests
gests suggests that plans for the Leprosa.
num be, reviewed in Ile next few
, CLINICS.'
Emphasis, in the Canal Zone's
health program, Dr. Fa it, says,
rdei vs ee an 4t ieo n a nodf
pshhoyu8ildcalb
in early'. care for diseases which
are not prevented.
ea ridn. 'utile ne ta
, t Toward this end, tie recem recemmends
mends recemmends that the services,
the various clinics, "should be
strengthened ttr reduce the in.
patient admission and the aver.
ago length of in.patlent s t a le'
and to substitute out oat: -!oz
He suggests that' a comprchen
sive, visiting aursc snrricc,
uate and practical, saouid (
velonerli Rnd physicians' home v
its should be exr,11,l1.

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c' Now that the traffic control contraptions at, the 'Albrook and
Diablo crossinga have ,demonstrated their total inadequacy in
, expediting the movement of traffic at the maximum speed
consistent with safety, it would appear that the Panattla Canal
ConVany would do well to slip put late some night andAlisnmntle
the equipment, sink it in the deepest part of the Panatt Bay
and in time all memory of the engineering,,Mula" would
PrObably be forgotten. 1
It is rtost unfortunate that in our captive citizenry it -aie
not permitted the right of injunction. If we were, some forwami
looking citizen would undoubtedly enjoin the, Panama
Company from further work ori the 'fourth traffic, control
contraption aborning at the intersection of 414 Street and Fourth
, of July Avenue.
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't' CANAL ZONE BALL TrAm'!.,--:, v-47, -4,-17 ,t
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I see where tne Canal Zone athletic policy sooresi another
doubtful point for itself. To send a teem' to compete' in the
- summer play-offs of a few baseball teams the C.Z. talut resort
to, "loading" to win.
Last November the C.Z. baseball teams started playing ban.
Recentlyjour teams had to play a long, drawn out series under
coaches and would-be coaches. And now 15 of the amateurs are
going to play more games to prepare them. tOf the trip., 7
What a tough tournament that must be up there. have a
friend in Gastonia. N.C. who reports the team there is a rep rep,
, rep, resentative one,,not a hand picked teamt4totai 60, to 70 boys,
playing eight month schechtles. I
i GtntleMen; you again missed the point., Pass.your bat to,
some stupid person. And when these so-called "champs". come'
flying home ate we to witness another mockery with the "victor's
celebration"? Or will there be another day taken from work so
we can stand In awed silence? '
' Phooey,lt Sniells
1; RIO TREATER ROE-DOWN
,
' Must have been some hoe-down th,ey held. the Itto Theater
in Rio Abajo Tuesday night, with Leonard Elvis-Presley Bernstein
guiding the top 107 musicians of the United States, the New
Writ Philharmonic Orchestra. From the local newspaper articles
it sounds like there is nil nne'musician in the 1.1.S., namely Mr.
Bernstein. What about the other 107, or ,, is clever newspaper
propaganda forgetting these-men On purpose? 1
t What is- this man trying to do &flyways, with-his: clenched
fist, pleading gesture, sweeping motion-of arms and body, jerking
ott the head, swift stab of the baton- MI bet ,the Panama
AlrleriCall spells this !'bacon"), ,swaying movements, short brisk
hops,, etc., Elvis Presley is going10 'get awfully mad at him tor
copying his 'act. This boy put on a good act and the people
loved it. ,The other 107 experts beat out their brains in wet
clothes and greasy piano keys with music that, 96 percent of the
audience couldn't recognize if they fell over ,tv-elThey. couldn't
recognize Bach from Batch. The Mario loysv probably got
, greased up Irom a former Rock & 11011.SeSSiOn in which a Cando Candonia
nia Candonia piano player. probably mixed beer and greasy .hamburgers
with his piano playing. ,'' (
:: At any rate they got in 1600 paid customeis and 500 gate gatecrashers.
crashers. gatecrashers. Wonder how many et the total were from Gruta Azul
and other nearby high-class entertainment places. At an average
of 64 per each, they Must have taken in ixbout 62400. A8 I
,Alndestand OurState Department Is paying the bill tor the travel
end expenses of this Philharmonic tdur, WhOlets hfor got) the
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, Is this whole affair an att7empt tO-ridicule our Cantry,Airite
miire of out taxpayers' money, or both, or whatt,
Disgusted

'',, "Viva Alvin Weber (Mail Boxiklirl1422rovas using an old
Communist smear when he branded a',peOplerying for justice
as ''the enemy!' It is no secret to many Pearnanians working
for the 'Unite(' States govermnent on, tne Canal Zone that our
greatest enemies are these very neighbors of ,eurS, the. citizens
of the great State of' the Panama caual Zone,
In direct contradiction to the expressed intentions of Presi-;
dent Theodore Roosevelt and other distinguished leaders of his
time, this state has gown and flourished on its 10 x 48 Mile
strip of leased land to a point where its,citizens believe it to be
sovereign and invencible as thel stamit ever on the alert to
throttle the aspirations of the Nal. owners of the land the
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litany of us ire aWare 'of the tricky.lvay In'Avhich Zonians,
through their, labor' organizations,, .ledges1 and various other so someties.
meties. someties. are constantly -ready to' wine, and dine freeloading con congressmen
gressmen congressmen ',in furtherance of the Selfish ZOneaim to reduce the
Panamanian worker to subservience and leeP4him there.
: This State of the Canal Zone comprisek-abott 3000 civilians
'who whether men or,women are all intent,on ;educing the Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian worker to the level 'of domestic Servants. They com commonly
monly commonly refer to us as boys .and, girls, and even teach their chil children
dren children to assume a supcOor' attitude upon oroing in contact with
non-US citizens.,.t.

Inlightened, younger '-PanamirtiantiAre :not going to buy
this indefinitely:, They ,know -of the lacrifices made by our
patriots MarianO' koserhena,' Jose Agustin Arango, TOMaS Her Herrera
rera Herrera and others, in' their struggle to liberate the Isthmus from
the Colombian yoke whiCli Panama had asusmed' in 1821, after
the separation from Bpain,A , :
The sacrifices of. these men;'-atid of others who shed their
blood and gave their lives ,,from 4830 onward,' was rewarded in
1903 by the imposition of Ja, yoke infinitely, heavier than the
Colombian one. The price of accepting ra little assistance from.
a larger nation was to bobludgeoned, hoodwinked and 'shylock 'shylocked
ed 'shylocked into a treaty whichlnossence reads "'heads I win, tails you
lose." , T
, Young PanaManianti today don't think highly of this deal.
But the moment they cry out they are pounted Amon and easz
tigated by the citizens of thit 'unnecessary ttate,Within-a-state,
for these citizens see irt oueevery 'cry, for lnstice a threat to
their narrow-minded security.
The power and growth of this. Canal Zone"State,' and the
self-importance of Its oitizens, appalls not only Panamanians,
but, also our thousands of Latin Marian visitors who see mir mirXored
Xored mirXored in it the attitude of the great Unite& States .to its weaker
sister nations On the American. contineAt t'

Returning te PVIVa Alvin Weber,"' hit, suggestion' that Weber
, be named commander in chief of an the US Armed Forces in
this area reflects a Ilitlerite Manner of thinkint all too pre pre,
, pre, valent In State of the Canal Zone.
, Re forgot his leaders in the White Citizens Council oops,
' Citizens Association who he could -perhaps yersuade to
wear white robes' and hoods, and ,burn crosses now and then at
The Limits to further cow the Panamanian populace.
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This isn't viritten to give ulcers
to the producers of "Maver'cit"
or "Have Gun, Will Tr ave I"
though it is about some adult
"easterns" witich map be produc produced
ed produced this year and distribuited free
to hundreds of TV stations as lab labor
or labor lauoches its new million-dollar
public'relations drive. Or as some
call it, the counter offensive
against-the public impression that
labor has become a school for
scandal, , A 4
You won't sei Georgti Meany
and Walter Reuther riding horses
across the sage, but you probably
, will see them spd the rest of their
,,colleagues on TV, screens as the
AFL-CIO turns, producer of some something
thing something tbat may be cailed "tabor
on Parade" or "Lebor Newsreel."
1 These would be 13 mitute films,
The newsreel. for example. would
have film clips of Meanv testify.
ing on the Hill, or,,Reul,herin, re,
gotiations. or David IDubinsirv
reaming the garroont area It
Would also have feature storiion
some union's,a14 to,the, commun community
ity community such as feeding flood vict victims
ims victims or pitehing in to huiM ti house
overnight foP--1 crippled war hero
as has been done.

, All these pronosals for labor to
turn movie and, TV .pr Klueet see
in a neat prospeetua whirl' will
be banded to the AFt.ci -Rxnent.
ive Council- meeting, In Washing,.
ton in few (lave ,friPrI' Pre nin"'
to spend 'some $400 001' on ',radio,
S300.000 on Int.. an4 ann
other imaginative nrojects.' Put
the pronosals are the most fAsein,
tins, for. if thev ere 'okayed hu
the national labor chiefs they will
become pert of filo bittle 14
swill's 'between labor and the No.
urinal Ans. of ltlanuf,f4nrers
, Labor's obiet'ive tto to Imo.
lityie 11,I1 lir 'weak:, tr Oz. bitnet
reds of nrintat of It' onrl Orr
to Tv broCasters for !Wiling
if 'they will hr shown. This is a
different poi st from thelstaalwo01,
ers' terholoue. Steel ttnian ehlAt
David lvtcr)(malet, aroduces filpt
In month and bys time in SO ,key
umarkets.''
rnetoborn, nf flub A VI fTn'q'
M.1111;CitV.10 4nniti RI,1nonmiste.
know, linvoigor. thAr townr,1
to bug tifrub over ihn Ilunfiret4t
Pststions r.dlirl, to etre t n)
worthWhite 'cover co. 110 : oilkn
lowg 04." ipol;14 lissIrt;
'nut rnOihes, ever'20n in
non niatInAr "44 W01111 run irlt()
enllort:
lkin otrr 4I4t,A ettilmo rtAntt
Afford ft. Vne toLflint tha 'Inchor
Wp" th,h4.1VAIVt 17.
diSOOn1111ifi ifit ftlyn nunrtg
rei.rnIv, rriN0 Wi,vit 1?-1
Ions, his 'beeti runnin stUirt of
()aerating esi3Ot because too
depends on 'dues -- of tta'16,000
members firms. '
Not too lonr ago the NAM rih
into a deficit. Dues off be

against deficit 'spendine,whether
by the 17.V gOvernminit or by its
own treasurv:rSo Of NAM depart.'
ments had their budgets. eut in includin
cludin includin z tts "Advisors, Com niittee
on Public 'Relations," which
superyiser the NAM TV program.
This section. produces films re reporting
porting reporting on American 1, industry,
American.folways and free triter.
prise. In the. past eitht,..stosirs, iti
has ,built up a list of 20 TVS stat stations
ions stations which. take, the' NAM' filnIS
for nothing'and rbroadcast them.
About a fortninht leo.. the NAM
Advisory Committee Jnet in New
York andappartritly was about to
shelve the projeet aft 00 costiv,
That saint .ninrninv thoro -came
news of the AFL.Cits interest hi
the TIT'film eive.antav, technique.
Members of tho NAM, Advisory
Committee decided to sfov in tha
nrodueing business, on the nronnd
that thav would vipla tha f;o1(1 to
labor itthey stormed distributing
new films regularly.' 4

cause of Abe Irb- wrA
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By VICTOR RIESEL

planolpalk

If the labor -chlifs itoncove the
trotect their tmm oolitritly
mittee .ie slIbmitinft thinn. 010
Art-CIO givo lkm tit' 0,,limq
for its monev--or r,ther its Attr Attritg.
itg. Attritg. one rorobAr Of iPhnrgo ,".1111".
committeo,bs, a attnala fArr,s,
1114 for neriiktti-t fl,..nring of lab.
or'rotivr oublirity Orive.
If lebor con't tove wapAcir
awny. then' ftle twnneoll
Vrilliewl 1)oherIv. tha tofter CAP.
tiers' IfToton chief apti one of lab,.
or', poillieliv tolgooh141. Istroolti pale,
epeh of the 13N plaint onion tel
throw some Coin into the film
,
Pech woek; some Af the biq 1111.
line would be.alkel to "t4ra nri
oortanormorehin't of R TV Alive..
'Phis, could then blanket the con&
fabor leRliers 'want to do, thir
to reRch their own milliOns of
maMbers who Atiy awav from
meetinr in droves as well as
the
We yresume that if anyone
twattex p gottar .to tvsere, aanit
'rrioterns", it will be Jimmie Pe Petrillo.'
trillo.' Petrillo.'

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,
MAN ,READING HIS MAIL :
"New York City, April 21, 1958:
Dear Mr, Winchell; We are more
or less strangers to New york and,
to AmericaBut' we have been
coming here for many years and
we like and admire you :And
what- you are trying to do. Your
defense sof Lane Turner is admar.
able, but don't you think you are
going too far?. Ali right let's have
pity, -but must we have admire.
tion?,Do you ;mean to imply it is
,all right, to. receive a lover .when
a young daughter is in the house--
to change lovers and husbands
the way one ,changes dresseS?
one wants to be. happY,One must
first find ,peace and self respect.
Can you, as a father, approve and
'glorify' her conduct? :1,14,A.'",,i,''' ','
"Please, Mr- Winchell, you Avhe
have so much influence on Amer.
icakyoutb, think before glorifyng
Lana Turner and making her the
example of American,womanhoo&
,Don't you realize that,. you are
quoted everywhere in the world?-

how', about 'Helen Hayes? Or' -an
average woman who makes her
children and husband happy. ',
' "We are sending (separately)
contributions: for your Runyon
Fund. ,,,IYou couldn't make- Lana
Turner a Samt any more than El.
Ise Maxwell ci.m maks you
lain. With admiratim, ,Joun
' "k,
When the Los Angeles Herald
Express female editor Aggie Un Underwood
derwood Underwood scooped the field 'with
the ,, spicy love letters written
by ,Lana Turner to her ,1 a t e
lover ("Don't call our Johnny a
hoodlum or gangsterlu)- there
were severalletters of complaint
to editors of all papers in Los An Angeles
geles Angeles which. went IA part:, "How
can you newspapermen ...be so
cruel? Why was, it necessary to
publish those letters. Hasn't Lana
enough agony and misery?"
,City editor Agness.Underwood,

jign.Eloos:141A.-vimi YOU
':-';'1'.',''', PALMS ',,ouIsTnjoiED '::::,;;;::

Panama without ;palm: trees would- be 'as strange as
teeing Marilyn Monroe in a strait-jacket. But look
, around at some of the, magnificant 'Royal,: Coco and.
Cuban palms in the Zone, Bella Vista and NeW, Cristobal.
Those ragged,' moth-eaten paths ironds indicate real
danger to Panama's most beautiful natural asset.'
The culprit is an ugly-brovin caterpillar called BRAS BRASSOLIS
SOLIS BRASSOLIS ISTI1911A. During the day, he and his brothers
gather in a nasty mass at the crown of. the tree. At
night they march out to Strip the fronds to it skeleton.
t. Eventually they kill the tree by attacking its heart. Just
- now the carpillars are changing to dark butterfly moths
,which fly to unprotected palm trees and lay eggs for a
new generation. Every ; fourl. months you -can expect a
new attack, frolii these pests unless you. gain the timer
Unless you are clever it climbing palms trees. control
Is not easy. PRONTO Service, the insect-control s branch
of the Agricultural' Development Corp4 'uses a high-pres
, sure power sprayer and extension ladders to destrov the
caternillare nest, To protect your Palms," Call Panama
3-1977 or Colon 1777: t
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Desecration

,
who wrote a book abuut her excit exciting
ing exciting newspaper career, 'The News
paper Woman't and once had htr
life story done on -"This Is Your
Life", did what the editors on the
opposition newspapers would-have
done., The Los 'Angeles Times. a
non.ilearst papet madea State.
ment on their letter page in it
hig box,' admiting that they would
have publish-ed the letters if they
had them' first.;.The. fact is that
all 'the opposition papers swiped
the exclusive story from the Her.
ald Express...They had to. It was
the biggest story that had hit
Hollywood 'Jn a ,Iortg
the Los Angeles Times' refresh.,
ing editorial: "There have been
many complaints about publish publishing
ing publishing the lovs fetters of Lana ,Turn
,er; lionticide is news,So,is,every,,
,Seeconeccted with it We are sor.
rYk but Oat's the way it is." ,

roo. e Lana Turner Cheryl
Crane tragedy should remind
readers how important the news newspaper
paper newspaper is to the community. ,You
have to have your orvsnaper to
keep you,informedand to ,kget
the facts straight. Can you imag imagine
ine imagine what they would have said
about Lana and Cheryl if the
people, anxious for news about the
,cass had to deoend on .abinstors
talking' thru the backs Of their
hands over the back of the fence'?
"Dear Walter.t! memos a. read read"Lbeard
"Lbeard read"Lbeard you say that the gov't
may nof allow you to turn over
(to the. WW Foundation) the PO,
ono for the two week(' at the Tro Tropicana,
picana, Tropicana, Las Vegas, to pay ,, the
exnenses of the ltnnYon Fond and
for donation to other worthwhile
causes. Also that vou tritIV have
trouble with ths Tax Dent, who
MUY demand that.you bay I)Is
out of every dollar in taxes and
what is lot over vou csn keep for
ehariti:Wben Bishop Fulton J
Sheen sat4 he didn't want any of
the. American Broadcastina Com.
narv-A dmiral Somme,. waoss. hot
to turn It evIr to Its favorite

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catise,. The' Society for Propaga PropagaiOn
iOn PropagaiOn of the Faith, the gov't grant
at tax -exemption. How about, the s.1
Edsel show Bing Ctosby'did with
Bob Hope, Rosemary Clooney and ,,,
Frank Sinatra not long ago? Bing Fo
was permitted to give the Edsei n.
100t to his favorite college (Goo.
zaga ) in Spokane, yashingLon. 4
So??". pj
Roberta Sherwood' Dept: Per.
haps her greatest suceess since
she made the Big-Time (New h.
York City) after waiting quart- Ot
er of a cen'ury to get there, was a,
her thrilling two weeks at the Mo. w
cambo-(11'wood),..She played to ni
the iammiest-packed audience In, b
the Mo's history...At nearly every sl
performance (which,we emceed It
because we knew she loves all the
Movies; stars and little frighten- e
ed that she 'might flop) we saw N
scads of the same faces..They
were the hand-poundingest, knee-
slappingest, toe-tappiest crowds-- w wand
and wand their affection for Roberta ti
was since and deep. , n
During her fortnight's say, she
had the thrill of apnearing with '1
Tennessee rrote Ford. her favor.i' t
ite singer. Mr. Ford's program Al
wpnts her back 11S soon as 'pos. s
sible because Roberta's fan mail v
as of a few minutes ago) Jotaled s
155 000. letters..This' is beli'eved t
to he a reeord mail null..A few
niyhts earlier she wns the sublect
of Briloh Edwards' "This Is Your
Life" and Mr. Winchell, who hnd
never met, ,benrd or seen Roberta
telephoned from Aritena. where
she snw the nrogram on a one
weolt delayed broadcast. Mrs.
(Elino'isth Meron
Brookhaven. Miss.) said: "Wolds
ond -I the bsl'isf (Mnry Elitnhtli
Faith), saw 'This Is Your T ife'
nrogrom vPp the Molt tonchine.
dramatic telivision oshow I have
ovor witnosso ,and we. are tinov
that our- Daddy did Po MI eh ,to
spotlight her great talent."
Roberti is now back home with
her family in Mittml, cookine din dinner
ner dinner and being the mommy she is
to Don, lAnning's and- her three,
sons...Her next booking IS The
Reverly Hills Covington,
Ky,..But the big kick of her Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood 'visit ovas Mervyn LeRoV
nublicity AtIntelnelOg (in the Mo)
before mot4 movies favorities
than are, under contract: "We. at
Warner's want Roberta for tho
stor role In the musical version of
"Tho Marie Dressler Story!". Dan
nv Thomas.'Ethel Merman, Bob
Hone snd family ;Ind so ninny
other Pros enioyed Roberta the
other pight...'rhe next 'morning
'Lucille tall drove to Itoberta's an annrtmont
nrtmont annrtmont on the Sunset Strip to
bike, her back to the, Arun matt--
sion In BevArly Fill, where she
cc:Inked brenktnst for Your Girl
And Mints...This is the kind ,of
aid she, is. We took her to La.
pue,s, s swanky spot. for dinner,
Bruno, the owner (for whom she
sang soft, sweet songs bi Italian
without music while waiting Ifor
dinner), brought the Shot
leinke4 at At and said: "what is
this thine up here on ton?"..Bru.
.tfl molding!, his tumb anti Indox
- finger in a circle) gave, her the

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partment officials have been jit. long with any political ix in the
qt.,- case. ,
tery as a cat on a hot tin root kov,,,
WASHINGTON Justice f De- was clear that he did not go a.
over the t'eueral Grant Jury, in
ready to hold its own independent Meanwhile here are some 01
investigation of the income taxes RuNAWAY GRANb JURY
the acts in the files of the U.S.
New York which now
of Rep. Adam Clayton Powell, At t.orney 's Lance wnich ha v s
the Negro Congressman from Hal. prompted the jury to take' the'
appears
tem- s - troweu case into its own banda ,,
. Jn the summer of 1956, t h I s whether the Justice Department
column reported that Powell, a:
;likes it or not.
Democrat, had discovered he was, In 1954, Powell's campaign man.'
tinder tax investigation and that eget'. Joseph Ford, broke w i t h
three of his- secretaries were be...Powell and thereafter, some el
ing indicted under circumstances:
;the Congressman's financial rec.. :
which involved giving salary ords reached the -Justice Depar:.
kickback to the Congressman. ment., - - -,
Powell, in the ,..ast a rootin' Subsequently, tWo of Powell'
tootin" Eisenhower critic then got secretaries, Acy Lennon and Hart
in touch with Vice Presidant Nix. tie Dodson,' were convicted; .a
on and became a rootin' tootint third, William Hampton, was in,..
Eisenhower booster. As a' Dem- dieted, while John Henry Harnon,
ocrat he urged Negroes to vote treasurer of the Federal Credit
Republican. A special press, con. Union of -the Abyssinian Baptist
ference was arranged ior him, church. pleaded guilty to ember.
irst in New York by Mae Rabb, zlement. .., 1
1 the White House aide, and John Powe I is pastor of' the ehurch;
Rooseve t, the GOP member f
9- nne oi" the biggest ,,in the world,.
the DR. familY -- ,, , and has- been president of i.tal
- ''- ' "'Federal ',Credit Union:" His sec
Later another press conference
retary; Hattie Dodson, was tree.
was arranged right inside the
surer. Both resigned when the tax
White House by Jim Hakerty
investigation' started and' -H a r.
himself. ,' ,,". ', ';' cr ii
mon, succee mg rs. Dodson, 1
Thereafter the grand jury hives.
,
pleaded guilty.- ', ' ':
tigating the Harlem ongressman
Lennon 'and ilanipton, two of ,
mysteriously came, to a halt; On
Powell's secretaries, received, se.
Nov.' 24, 1956, this column report. laries of $8000 a year. trom the
ed: "The U.S. Attorney's office
--- -I-- Dorie Miller Houses In addition ;
in New York wants to press the
to their government., salaries.' ',
case, against the Congressman. ,, ..,, :
, However, there are indicatioss 1, ., QUICK, pAROLE .-,, -"
that the Justice Department plan. -.:, i .' ,, ,., , -,
ned to drop the, case in return Part 'o". the 'deal arranged in.:
for Powell's camppaigning for the the election campaign of 1 9 5;6
,Republicans. ' ",,, 1 , was Ithat the Congressman's see. :
' Last week, 18 -rnotiths 1 a t e r, retary, Hattie Doeson, shouldbe :
full tonfirmation of this came released as ', soon as' possible ;
from Thomas 'A. Bolan, the as- from, tha Women's 'Federal 'Pent-
sistant U.S. attorney in charge tentiary. at Alderson, W.Va. She i
of the Powell grand jury. . became' ,cligible for parole &pt..;
, Asked whether It was true that 25,' got, a, hearing that same day,
on March 18, 1957. he was inform. and wis granted parole e fectiVe
ed by his ,superiors that on pr. Oct, 17. ,, :,' ,,,,;' .' '..
ders from Washington, the ,t1. S. Mrs, 'Dodson has been convict.,
Attorney's' olice in New ,,,''York ed of income.tax evasion after.
was abandoning the Investigation paying salary 'kickbacks '.. to the
and turning it over to the :'rrea. Congressman. ,' This writer b a s
sury Department, Boifin replied: helped to convict three Congress.
:', "That is2correct."-,' :-. ' men fox' taking ,kickbacks, SIMI
: "IS it Torrect that you e r 6 in each ease they, not their sec. ,,
asked to write 'a letter to the' At. retaries, were 'prosecuted.- ' i
torney General advising that the 'In the case of Powell. howev.
case should be handled by' 't h a er, the secretaries were proseeutli:
Tressury, and that you declined?". ed while he cainpaigned for Ei
.' ''That .is correct,"; Bolan. re. senhower. -- ..,' .-. ..,, ,,& ,I
plied. : ,' 4. ,,, .., ,,;.,, Indicative- of the' jitteryness Ot !,
' Bolan Aid not say so,,' but,.',it Justice Department officials over, 1
"---.'-'---'----""--------- the Powell grand jury is the 'fact
bard iell'ivittr- "This is the best that Herbert Brownell, former AN
on 'the menu. Ossobuco qalla Mil. torney,,General, ,ir: never',- he d i
anese, eon Risotto.", ( Which meo ns press con'erelice In, Washington :
with rice l.f.',"WhaC i thatr! 1.,,,' in. z
,a ter theAPowell, case came tifi'.
New Attornev-General Rogers has
quire& Our ;Heroine., from. Hinbil, lat......
lysville,..When it finally ,i,, arrived 1,3, refused, to answer' q u e 1.
'tions 'about the Po II, ,
she said; !If i
tams ,great, but Note i--.. In nt wet tease.'''
It's, highltalutin'.stewl"., .. -- o-the- -Jug
tice Departmeenet' rams ye inetr; i
. ,P,S..:, After the above was I., stymie the PovveslicagerLiaenctr. jur--,, ;
ed,Nieht "Press Rite Conect 144 e the ,same Justice Department,cailj
New;York !Mirror ."Witichell File" ed three grand Juries In Omaha,
director :Alvin ,Ganzer inquired: Kansas City and St. Louis in,an
, ,'"Ilow did. YOU meet 'Miss -1 Sher. effort to try to indict ex.secreta.t's
wood?...After we, ''', abbreviated .ry 'of 'the Treasury John Snyder
the,Yar- be asked: "Why don't we and other, high o'ficials of the '. :
make it?"-And so ,we wrote the
. Truman administration. In '' t h :
i Nst seere 'Of ,-the 'Manned Desitu end former Assistant ,,,,. Attorney.,
full let .hritgil,,Infstarring.Rober., General ,Lamar Caudle and .Matt,
4" tIO Ott the snot...Th.1 fadeout scene Connel y, secretary to ', Truman,
will probably be Robertai,' Lucille
were convicted,. not 'of ',I a k i n V.
'and Pest ,signinn .3k the coutreet.
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' 4''''""; '-,'Ar" defense sof Lane Turner is adnur. hig box,' admiting that they would
', 11,n1111.7.'111, Af able, but don't you think you are have publish-ed the letters if they
'ye Ie.. Al going too far? All right let's have had them' first.;.The" fact is that
v. 're : make pity, -but must we have admire. all 'the opposition papers swiped
:WI" !',115:4, If't ti013?,D0 you imean to imply it is the exclusive story from the Her.
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mid run into a young daughte,r is in the house the biggest story. that had hit
' ,; to change lovers and husbands HollywooVin a ,Iong time'..Baid
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.1,1" '"!' "A'11er one wants to be. happy ,One must ing editorial: ,"There have been
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the NAm ran Don't you realize that, you are Crane tragedy should r e m I n d
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readers how important the news.
' fell' ,. off be. paper is to the community. ,You
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lover ("Don't call our Johnny a causes. AIR that von tritIV have
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'A Advisory can you newspapermen be so ehariti."When Bishop Fulton .7.
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greatest enemies are these very neighbors of ,ours, the. citizens
of the great State of' the Panalna Calla. Zone.
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AWARD CEREMONY -- D. C. Prenier (center, back row), Seve
of local SDA Awellare workers to whom he presented a certift
, erations following the San Miguel fire. With Preniet in the b
Molyneaux, directors of thegroup.' Other directors are Naville

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X',DOErBLE CEREMONY took place at Post HeadquaiterS, Fort Amador, yesterday when Col.
John D. Coney relinquished his' command as post Commander to Lt. Col; James, A.. Moore,
ind MSgt.' Elmer D. McKeehan left Ills post as sergeant major to MSgt: Allen' R. 'Kline:,
VOney who has been the commander of Fort Amador since July of last year will succeed
' Col. Walter Killilae ail the new commander of, Fort ClaytonKillilae departs soon for a 'new
assignment with the Military District of Puerto Rico. Moore has been, the executive officer.
of the post since september of last year, .,His last assignment was withtthe University of
Idaho, as professor of Military Science and Tactics, McKeehan has been reassigned to
CONARC. Headquarters, ?Fort Monroe, Va. Kline ,has been -first sergeant of the U.S. Army,
Oarrison, Fort Amador,-since June. of .1956.- Shown changlng respective nameplates, from left
to, right!' they- are,:'Klint, Outgoing' post. sergeant 4najor; McKeehan, incoming post' 'sergeant'
Major; Moore, incoming post' commander; and Coney, 'outgoing 'post commander who will as--
-smile the tommand of Fort Clayton' tomorrow...41LS. Army-Photo) '

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Asraer will soon; establish diplo-' country He said that 'Prinle
Static 'relations with Panama, it ister David il3en Curion hai
'teas learned at a press confer.. en stateci that, he would-1)e .will .willentet.
entet. .willentet. held by Israel's leonsul in ing to meet with Nasser' "a n y
New York; ?Max Vomit.' place, any time," and be 'would
Varonl told a group of, Panama even go to Cairo tomorrow." How How,
, How, Owsmen' that Gen, -David She'. ever, the offer has never -eben
brae Minister 'of 3,1exico aceepted. - ,
Witt- arrive here shortly to pre-
sent his credentials ',, before the '"To, -make mar, one is enough,"
President of Panama,- , ',Varon, said, "but to make peace,

During ids stay,. Vann vtsited
F o r g n Minister Aquilino
Boyd,' and other officials, a n d
was,, guest of honor it the, 10th
anniversary celebration of Israel's
, independence held in Panama
, by menibers of the Jewish, corn.
munities here, s
Questioned concerning 'aid that
the new, country is, receiving
from the 'United States,' V a ron
, said that they get no' military aid
at all, but technical assistance assistance-
- assistance- -.Be' said that the Eisenhower
doctrine applies also to Israel.
, Concerning relations with E Egypt,r.liaron
gypt,r.liaron Egypt,r.liaron stited that r Israel

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ister bavid il3en Curion hai 'Oft 'Often
en 'Often stated that he would-be .will .willing
ing .willing to i meet with Nasser "a n y
pleee,, any time," and he 'would
even go to Cairo tomorrow." How However,
ever, However, the offer has never ,', -eben
aceepted. - ,

'"To,.rnake mar, one Is enough,7
yaron, said, "but to make peace,
you must have Iwo:"
The Israel consul,lreferring
newsmen's questions said that
there is 'an organized Communist
Party in his country, but .that it
is very small. Out of 120 depu deputies,
ties, deputies, there are four from the
Communist Party. 111 'added' that
it was muCh easier to control
them when -they, are ilifficially
recognized than when they go un underground.
derground. underground. Tbere is an Israel
Embassy in Moscow, he added.
With regard to economic devel development,
opment, development, Varon said that 1Israel
has been ocuupied in the last ten
yesrs with making the country'
"modern workshop," tb build up

'no official relations with that lindustry on a mOdern scale.

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g07.11:'1,--ING NEW HAS BEEN ADDED! -- Maj.: Lloyd B:',Mc B:',McCreadV,
CreadV, B:',McCreadV, left,, chief of the Albrook Air Force Base' Rescue Coon-.
oclination Center, is all smiles after receiving his "leavesP from ,,
Lt., Col, Mark T, Motty, commander, 5700trt Operations Squad SquadMcGready
McGready SquadMcGready has been assigned to Albrook since Feb. -,23.
cigar to Mooty- Is an old 'military custom. when promotedv-,
'1 (Officio! USAF rhoto)'

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nth Day Adventist leader from Miami,. Fla., poses -with a group
cate of acknowledgment of thpir services durihg the, relief p pack
ack pack row' are: Edward Brown, Oscar Santa Cruz and Gabriel
Levy (left) and Dorcas Burns (right).

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In 1948, when Israel was, estab established,
lished, established, the population was -650,000.,
'Today they number talmbst two
million,-ot twice the population
of Panama PanamaIle
Ile PanamaIle said then:they pmduced a about
bout about 30 per cent of the food they
needed 'for their own pleople; to today
day today they produce 75 per cent
that needed for the...increased population.-
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Comparing theirs xportea, Va.
ron said that in 1949 they .export .exported
ed .exported $35,000,000,000; today they ex.
port $205,000,000,000; their princt princtpal
pal princtpal commodities being eitru a,
fruits and industrial diamonds.
Other industrial goods which are
exported, be said, are tires, en engines,
gines, engines, building materials, electric electrical
al electrical appliances, textiles and phar..
maceuttcal items. '
Israel has been 'developing
friendly relations with'new states
in, Asia and Africa, such Is Gha

,.These countHe need industrial
goods that Israel' produe, he
said, and Israel buys raw mate materials'
rials' materials' from them, In' addition,
rael is "happy and proud" to
give them technkal aid. De said
that, they had learned t'o realize
projects in Israel with very little
money. For that reason, they are
doubly equipped to' offer assist assistance
ance assistance to these new countries which
iilso have limited funds with
which to work-- ''
"We 'had to Irrigate our deserts
with our own sweat": he stated,
"otherwise it wouldn't work,"
Ile said that Israel was "very
grateful"' to Panama for support supporting
ing supporting theft: stand before the United
Nations when they 'claimed that
international waterwavs 11 u s t
have freedom of navigation in
the Gulf of Aquaba.
Varon is expected to leave 1Pa:
llama tomorrow bound for New
York. During his stay his' host
wag Aaron Eisen,' Israeli consul
in' Pstnomx.

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NEW YORK (T.TP)--A Filipino
surgeon sought for the savage
slaying of an attractive Brooklyn
nurse surrendered to police
yesterday 'through a newspaper.
Dr. Rodrigo Sarmientd, married
and' the father of four children,
rendezvoused with a New York
Daily News reporter and a pho.
tographer after receiving assur..
ance by telephone he would be
permitted to confer with the Phil.
ippine consul general before being
taken into police custody.
Philippine. consular authorities
here ,prornised to give Sarmiento
"every assistance possible upder
the. law." , q
Later, -Sarmiento a resident
physician at Brooklyn Jewish Hos Hospital
pital Hospital for Chronicl Diseases, re
fused to. answer police ,questions
dealing with the murder of his
ex.sweetheart, ,Margaret 4 Kabak,
33, It was understood he- was
awaiting the' arrival from Manila
of his attorney brother,. Jose Pan.
Biked who vas en 'route to New
York: ".
' Miss Kabak's body was found
Saturday in the bedrooni of the
borrie she shared with her sister
and brother-in.law-' She had been
stabbed 15 times in the throat and
abdomen. t .t
She is believed to have jilted the,
, doctor Avheir she learned he was
marriid. ''
, Sarmiento,. who was believed to
have remained in Manhattan
since the murder,, wrote to 4 the
Daily Newe Monday.

f4is.s!$..$1.0,01-$001i$:
Tim.id''.116,A'';1!,on.:::
Qn..4.$10r111;0101::'.,

JACKSON, Miss. The
Mississippi Legislature' adjourned
Wednesday without taking action
on a bill that would have called
for sterilization of women,. having
three illegitimate children. e
The measure, one of a package
of segregation bills, Ilied in a
committee; It had been aimed at
Negro women whose, children
born Mit ,of wedlock must be sup.
ported by 1 state welfare pay.

(The Georgia Legislature in ft
1957 session killed a 'bill that
would have cut off welfare bene benefits
fits benefits in such. cases; Its' opponents
arguing that tHe children, rather
than, the mothers, would 'have
been' penalized."
Before it adjourned, 'the
sippi House a bill that
,would have allowed the state to
apnropriate 'funds to segregation segregationist
ist segregationist groups. The Senate beat down
a measure designed to give local
school boards authority to close
schoolo faced with integration.
Four other racial bills passed,
however, and it appeared -likely
they would get Gov. P, Cole Coleman's
man's Coleman's signature. They provide
for investigation of anv organiza organization
tion organization whose directors have been
eonnected with, subversivo, move,
ments (aimed at the NAACP):
giving legal assistance to the
state attorney general in fighting
inteoration sultit authorization of
legislative investigation of the
NAACP; and allowing he gover governor
nor governor or state parks director to
close any state park .where inte integration
gration integration is ordered.

gratiqn is ordett;c1.

Odd follows Gardva
Party Rezdy For
Torie.,:rrow Eight

.4,,,,,xv-, ro.:s..--: f o ', Tonight will be the big night for
N I lib' 411! a garden party sponsored by the
, ( ; '. members of the Independent Or.
, 1 ''', ndietry oaf t Otdhdfe eAl lgoewwso 0, dM Ba nochhi oe s otenr t hUe.
Nb,,
- ,k, t
, "'' ) ', '"'.- Trans-Isthmian Highway from 8
'''''11
p.m., until 2 a.m... ,, !,
- i ,e,..),
fr, , 4-1
-,,, A night lull of entertainment
and surprises his beet! planned
, There will be post offices, fishing
- .- wells, guessing booths, and other
, .. 14, ,,,k features- An important feature
0 -b f., 7Pfist of the evening will be a popularity
' r...: fl contest in which the most popular
' I ale and female present, will be
.,,, imba m
t'"Ni 1,. ito- ? awarded c prize. For the dance
',
, 4 f --11 Net lovers the latest music will be sup
. '''.4414 11 Aga
' 44, A ,, t plied by Martin's orchestra.
--- ...-- ........,,,,,,,,--.IT, --This functionis being bold to
' raise funds for a 1958 scholarship

Duras For Lealli:ineths

WASHINGTON (UP) Gen.
Randolph IRC. Pate, commaa commaadarit
darit commaadarit the Marine Cbrps, warned
congress yesterday that President
Eisenhower's defense reorganiza reorganization
tion reorganization plan might enab'e some o ii iicial
cial iicial ,some. day to give his tolither,
necks "the bum's rush."
Pate told the House Armed
Services Committee he felt "real
apprehension" that the language
of the administration bill might
permit some future defense sec secretary
retary secretary to "rationalize the Marine
Corps out of a job."
But Defense Secretary Neil H.
McElroy assured the comittee
in a. letter that the, Marines, as
well as the Arrny, Navy and Air
Force, wou'd "retain their respec.
tive Individualities" if the Presi President's
dent's President's plan is enacted into law.
McElroy said the intent of the
administration "is not to make. it
sweeping realignment of the sem
ices or their administration."
However, several committee
members said they shared Pate's
apprehensions.
The President twice Wednesdav
stoutly defended Ms plan which
was designed to concentrate more
authority in the 'defense Becretary
and the joint chiefs., But Adm.
Arleigh Burke,' chief of naval
operations, told the committee he
had some misgivings about the
bill.
Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor, Army
chief of staff, also had a reser reservatiotv
vatiotv reservatiotv or two. ',
' Pate told the -committee he
"wholeheartedly" endorsed' many
parts of the President's plan. But
he expressed "grave ,,concern"
about one provision to repeal tht

.
Northbound :
A nutnber of Canal residents
arp included among the '132 pas.
oengers scheduled to sail from
Cristobal for New York today
aboard the Panama liner Cristo Cristobal.
bal. Cristobal. There are. no passengers
booked ,for Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
Among the passengers tooked
for New York are Daniel J. Pao.
luccl, coordinator of the Person Personenl
enl Personenl Prograins Staff, and Mrs., pea.
lucci:
, The complete 'advance passen passenger
ger passenger list' for New York follows:
Allen Stuartr Dr. Rogelio Aro,
semena; Miss Dona Filar 'Arro.
cha; Mra. Sarah C, Basile; Miss
Ruth ,Bedford;s Miss Sheila, Cort;
Mr. 'and Mrs t .,?James K. Beds-.
worth. and four ,children;' Miss
Edna13ennett; Isaac Blisie r:
Miss' Mary Bolcar; e Mr- and
,Mrs. Richard o Brown and
'daughter; ','
Mary F. Dignam; Mrs. Edna
M. Conger3 Mrs. Elizabetn Craw Crawford;
ford; Crawford; MisslAna Dawson; Mr.
and MrsRobert II. Edwards and
daughterr Mrs. Isabel Findlay:
Mr. and Mrs. Parker' P. Hanna
and' two children; Mr and Mrs.
Joseph C. Hannigan and daughter.
Mrs. Kirke Hatchman;. Mr. and
Mrs. Robert, Heald, and son; Mr.
and Mrs. Richard C. Hogan and
two children; Miss, Mary Jane
Holt: Mrs. Margie. B., Irwin, and
two children; Miss Florence V.
Jefsen; Miss Edsa. C. Jefsen;
Miss Dorothy Kilbourn7 Miss' An Anna
na Anna Koster;- Miss Annette Landi;
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Libutzke;
Mr. and ,Mr.' Spencer 'C. Lincoln
' and ton; -
kr. and Mrs.',James C: "Ma "Maguire;
guire; "Maguire; Mrs. Alberta Mascol; Mr.
and Mrs. James E. Orr; Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph A.' Orvis 'land
son; Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Pao Paolucid;
lucid; Paolucid; Mr. and Mrs. Audrey V.
Peyton; Mr. and 'Mrs. Charles
Piedmonte; Moe Pollenberg;,, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred MPoore Jr.-and
son: Miss Florence Princip e;
Mrs. Ana V. de Remon; Mr. and
Mrs. William M., Reynolds and
two children; Mr, and Mrs. Jor Jorge
ge Jorge Melia and five sons; Mrs.. Au

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1 The folloiing weather condi.
lions art based on past, records
and may be expected to occur, in
'the Canal Zone, and vicinity dur during
ing during 'May. ,
Weather: Setflect rainy season
weather usually begins about the'
first of May. Heavy showers may
be expected frequently,with mea measureable
sureable measureable rain on about 20 dip;
during the month. The average
rainfall for May is 8.00 inthes at
Balboa Heights,'11.23 inches at
Madden Dam and 12.31 at, Cristo.
' The variation turwoon 't h
Aeottost, and driest on record in
15.06 to 2.39 inches at Balboa
Heights, 19.72 to 3.23 inches at
Madden, Dam arid '25.43 to 1.63,
Inches zot Cristobal.
Temperatures; -,The ,nOrmal
mean, temperature, for May 'is 81
degrees. Daily highest and lowest
temperature average' 87, and
74 degrees at Balboa Heights and
85 and 77 degrees at Cristobal.
The highest and lowest tempera
on record for May are 96, and 69
degrees at Balboa Heights and 95
and 71 degrees at Cristobal. ,
HumiditY: The relative humidi.
ty ,be higher than in April,
averaging about 85 per cent,'
, Clouds and Sunshine: The skies

, will be drive now under way., The public 1
e dance is invited. A small admission fee
II be sup be charged.
,ra. Buses' on the Barrisda, Betha Bethaheld
held Bethaheld to lila, and University.routes 'will pro pro'Warship
'Warship pro'Warship vide transportation.

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T
,' tistailt ea' ''' '' 3
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: .. .. 11.0 Mott st Teo end 04114441111 ''. .'
: Rislma4Air TO MOON Just a itirs f'. 1:
',.' a the reOld ,Water, faueit,, and en;! '.
:-: JO full' strenith ked tea,;instantlY. ; .: ...
' No tea bati n10;8146 water to boil! '' '.
- -
,,Ituustatiof tuu trittment FLAVOR. ',' ,
,... Nestes, bursts:with &Hann pure
:.,, tea Baia, Sanietregiastiettftk 1
: ,svarytistc' Alwas clear .-!rievair ,,
, cloudy I Enjoy !cid i4Testea I, ,. ,. : ..,
' ' I i - ',-'.. ;

Nried
wIst takt

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laws prohibiting the transfer, re re-
- re- assignment, abolition or merger,
i of combat roles now held by the
L individual services.
- He said any "tampering" with
- these congressionally approved
-,combat roles "cou'd be a most
dangerous change insofar as the'
i Marine Corps' tuture ability to
I fight is concerned." P.',
e Pate said the corps already has
t survived "several attempts to re re-
- re- organize it into nonentity." He
e asked whether the fate of the,
Marines should rest "upon thel
whim of a single individual'. or
e upon the Congress that created
s the corps.
r "I would N certainly hate tol
think," be said, "that some .fu-1
ture secretary of defense mightl
misread. the enactment of some
e of the proposed features of this
s bill as a mandate from Congress
- to rationalize the Marine, Corps
out of a job." '
e "Or," he added, "as Gen. (Al (Als
s (Als exander A.) Vandegrht put it
somewhat less abstractly, in his
r testimony before Congress in 1947,
S 'to give the Marine Corps the
s bum's rush.' ",
Nandegrift; formetsMaiine
commandant arid a World War II
LI hero, was testifying at the time
e on the bill that Unified' the serv serve
e serve ices and set up the present mili.
tary establishment under a de dey
y dey tense secretary.
Pate said that neither the Pres President's
ident's President's message ,nor his bill im ime
e ime plied, any, intention to. cut the
y size of the corps. But he added
it that "present good intentions are
" no insurance against future' dam damid
id damid age to our usefulness:" ",

gusta Rickaty; Mr- tnd r 1.
Morris Seider; orna
Schore and three children; ,Mr.
and Mrs., Harmon Smith; Mr.
Ind Mrs. Robert ; Stanely; and
three daughters.; ,
Mr. and Mrs. r,Johti Terry
and two children; Mri, and Mrs.
Daniel Thornas; .Mr. and Mrs.
Grace G.', Thom a s and daughter
Mrs. Helen M.. h o n. a s and
daughter; George Titus, Mrs.,
Florence Turgeon; Mr.. and Mrs.
Robert Van Wagner,, Mrs. Lillian
G. Walcott; me. and',Urs. Alfred
J. 'Waldorf; Miss Eva W;e I I h;
me. and Mrs. Richard A. Wha Whalen;
len; Whalen; Miss Hilda Wiesenfeld,. 'and
Mr. and Mrs, James C. Wood ,and
tvvo datighters:

Southboun

.; Panama: liner ,,Mcon was
:scheduled to sail from, .liew York:
yesterday with 52 passengers for
Cristobal and 10 passengers for
Port-auPrince, Haiti.,
' Dr. Robert L. Koenig, chief of
edical Service at' Coco Solo
Hospital is, among the passenger
sailing for, Cristobal. "1
:The complete advance passenger
list for Cristobal follows; )Vir,
and- Mrs, Mary ,BerrY, MI s 0
Rose Celantano; and Md.
E.' Morris ,Cherry; ,,Randolph- 0,
Christian; ;Mr.' andi Mrs.-. Robert,
D. DeLong; 2Mr. and Mrc Sieg.
fried ;Fallenbaum and two chi'.
dren; Mauricio Fallenbaum; ,Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Ferber; Mr.-.,and
Mrs,1 George ,Foley -Mr. :a nil
Mrs. Henry: 1.,4 Ifeyere G e r g e
Theism Bert J. Jordant. and
Dr. Rd:0mi
Mrs. Jesaii- Lang; and
Mrs.' Adam titut; 7.and TArs.
Moises Mendel and :son; Mrs.:Er.
ma 1,..Miller.; Miss, Zona R.' Mo.
rene; Mr; and Mrs. John Yettle.
ton', Jane 'O'Brien; .'Artlyur
Eaulson!: Miss Anne Peters: Mt
and, Mrs., Charles W., : Rossiter;
Mr.loodMrs. Josenh Shaughees.,
spyi, Mr. 'and Mrs; Robert A.' Syl;
vesterr Miss Fay 'Travers; Mrs'.
Ruth E,' Vallatino and three thll
elren:' Miss Laura Washburne;' and
Bernard A.' Wesilus.

will be' partly' cloudy oto: cloudy
most of, the time with an average
of about five 'hours 'of sunshine
daily. ,
Fogs:, Nighttime and early-morning
fogs ,may be expected occa occasionally
sionally occasionally over the Gaillard ,Cut sem
tion of the Canal and the central
section of the Isthmus along the
central 'section of the Isthmus a along
long along 'the Trans-Isthmian highway,
but none are likely to, occur at
either of the Canal entrances.
, Most of the fogs, form around
midnight and -dissipate before
8:30 a.m;
, Winds: The wind force 'will be
coniderably lessened. ,Northerly
winds will tontinue to Prevail; but
the percentage of light variable
winds will increase. The average
hourliv wind velocity )vill be about
8 m es per hour on the Atlantic
skle and 6 miles'per hour on the
Pacific.
Maxinutm velocities kreater
than 30. miles per' houl are not
likely to occur except for short
rusts during thunderstorms
Thunderstoms Wilt occur on about
10 days during the month along
thp coasts and about 24 ,days., in
the Madden Dam ,Ares4

STRIKE IDLES SHIPS 6.
ligtIOURNE,- Australia (UP)
,- A 24 6hour protest strike of
nearly -5,000 dOck workers Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday idled 39 ships in Melbourne
Harbor The strikers objected. to
a new regulation that. permits
shipowners to cut' the size of
size of stevedore

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WASHINGTON '(1.7P) Atty.
Gen. William P.. Rogers said
yesterday he didn't believe Con Congress
gress Congress would "reta'iste", against
the Supreme Court because of
currently "unpopular" security
decisions. ,
"There have been min, periods
in our history when tbe 'kill the
umpire' attitude mide' tonsider tonsiderable
able tonsiderable headway and many pop bot bottles
tles bottles have been thrown at our
courts in the past," be said.
"The legislature has never ta taken
ken taken the e attacks seriously
enough to alter the. ludic's! sys system
tem system or retaliate against,the ju.
judiciary," Rogers said, "and our
courts have come to have the re respect
spect respect and full' confidence of the
Americanpeopic"
The Senate. JudiciarY' COmmiC
tee Wednesday approved a bi 1 to
curb some of the Supreme Courts
powers and nullify, thres of' its de decisions
cisions decisions n security ;and loyalty
cases,by re-writing laws involved.
Sen.- Jacob 1C..Javits (R-N.Y.1
said yesterday thf measure-vas s
"court raiding bill"--which raised.
"a grave threat to the independ independence
ence independence of the judiciary.!bz,

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Javits rre.:ose:1 a consttu'-';,--1
amendment to "put and end
the danger for all ti'me." It wou:1
guarantee the high court ar-.'t
late jurisdiction in all cases a,
ing under the constitution."
He said he wou d o ter irs pro--
posal as a substitute if the Ju Judiciary
diciary Judiciary Committee bill eached
the Senate floor However, there
was considerable doubt that the
Senate would act on the bill this
year:
- Rogers addressed the Supreme--;
Court Justices and other judges
gathered' here for-a law day pro program.
gram. program. He said many court de-
cisions now regarded as the wis,
est and most profound were "un-,
popular at the time they were
matie."
'Americans Must keep in
mind that our constitutional sa'e-
guards would 'have little lastirg
value in the hands of a subser subservient
vient subservient or timorous judiciary,'
said Rogers.
'He said public support over the,
years had given the courts "t e
indenendence" they must have to'
be fair and impartial.

a
Institutidis-Guercutteed by the State
Pays P6 interest Annualiy, on Savings Accounts
INITIAL.DEPOS1T-$500

We maks kians iith guarantees 'on first mortgages
: other 'securities .)

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-dep'ositi Ore. cic ee.pied 'thrm a' period,

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.6'14a central Aye: at'
rorner :4!;':,,Strfet
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weeks

boxes,qor:Iewetry and.
iifferent sizes.
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COLON:BRANCH:
, ',argent at:at corner
afyth St.
'CARLOS MOUYNES V.,
Sub-Blanager

OURS

, From 2:00 CTILto 12:32 0.st 4
amt, to 12:00 l000n

wie (lance is invitea. A small aninibmun zee nay laien du snips in niewourne
will be SUp .wili be charged. ', Harbor,, The strikers objected to ". ,- lk,,,... trdsomimp:t 0,.,
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stra. ,s- Buses' on the Barriada, Betha. a new regulation that. permits ' , ,,.. -0 ,-
g bold to nia, and University Joutes will pro. shipowners to cut the size of A: , i 1 ,- '-
cholarship vide transportation. '' size of stevedore 'tangs:7'"--",--- ..:.m.,;,,.'" Am..........................,....., ii, 00,,,. b..
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e at Coco : Solo : : 7' :1,, ,,.' '.k,, ' 4' I ..; i 4 :' ;. ' w
tthe passenger "A :' .'.- s., .1:: 5,, ., .. ,
lat. '. I. ' .' ''. ' ": ? -, is' '
;lance passenger .- 3 .. 1' 1; t. .- ;,
I
, 4 fOntYWE' t Mr ' '' 4 ',4 '''', .1,111i'
,Berry. M I s 1 )-,..4,, .. ,.. ; ..-. ,,' ,2 1
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Mr. and Uri, ;P.:4 ,',. !., :0;15 :i-- 41 of . ..
; Randolph- G. d. ,s., --. : '. ','... !, ,411.4.; i, ; .. -,,,, , .. .,, .'1.,..' .,, t,.,
t
di Mrs.- Robert. ' '',, ; ,") hi'''' ::,,(tt- .- ......,," ..-: ,.... .:: ',... 4, ': :' : 2"
and Mrs,. Sieg. ." 1 4- ' ; ''' ' ' 11 '1
end two chit. ; t ,... : ok ,4411,..t sasti ISItp,,,s.,040111 ,, -',;, ..- ,'4'411 :
allenbaum; ,,Mr. -.,,'',' .i 6001"66661 t61 ; 0111161. i '' .: .:-
1
erber; Mr.- :end , , , ,..- ; ;':."- t A, .4 r ..!-- '''' . . ;
ley t-,Mr. 4., a nil 4 .rt' 4t ,i.,;!. ..,,, ,.,,T,,..,1,;;; 415.'"5, ,' g-' I -,; 5 '', .'ar,
t C3'1.1 1,-',, :1-' -' -.'"'''"
Ter: G e'er g e ;. !..7, p.,,,,.,,, ;h.,
C 4,, !. i-o. ,:,4 ,. 040t,
',: Jordant, pulgt s : .'. k.,; ',,,- , 6 '6. ', .. t ' : ,' ,, n ''''.4'
coning. ., '. - '. e";
infr Mr li 'aid -- ( 1 PI r".I"S.I".11 .' .; -I s'.:"
Ili (.1 lif I ' I Ai Lai 4. ''' 'Il'Irl'i
. -an rs. -',-, !, 4,i , ,.,, 6,.. -1,,, I, 4 2
dIon; Mrs.', Er... ''-,,..- ', :. ,,,,,, ,..,,,,,, ,,5; ,: ,,,, t i'.. '-'. -- .-,-, ' ,'
soZoila R.' Mo. - .. ',,, '-.'"; ":.,;' t 1 .' '.'
II.' .tohn,Nettle- 'r !. -;:' .., .; '' ..1
)'Brien; ,Arthur '', ' '''' ; -.. 4, -,. 4 '' '. -I, i ,C 4 ,i .,
ale Petpre: mt. ,.. :,, ', .':- ,,ir
W.., Rossiter; ,:1, 4 :: .- ;, -...,
linh Sbaughoes. 24. A 1 '. ,,' .. ', ,t ;
; Robert A. Sy); ., -.I.', '," -.... l .-; ',
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-,Travere; Mrs'. ;',' --,- .1.",i , , 5
and three thil ; .' ; '-,
Washburne; and , ':-,:. ,' ' ;4

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D''' A. F , ,
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t 85' ,
issipa ing ogs,..aturation ,.; ,,, ,,.,t,;..,;,.
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Lethargic Clouds;;Rain.Coming Too.' T, ,,:-,v rst .- -:- L,, -,, ..
.
' The folloWing weather condi. will be' partly' cloudy ,to: cloudy s ', ; -,'; 7 ,'( i,,t ' 1" ', 4 0 ,' : '
, .. o :,. .- , r f.
llons are based on past, records most of,the timewith an average -"Is .; -,, ., I . ,. ,,
and may be expected to occur, in of about five 'hours 'of sunshine -- -,', ',---, -I'm.' PP."I 0 ; I
the Canal Zone,and vicinity dor. daily, - , , '..., 1
big 'May. ' ,' ,'. '' Fogs: Nighttime and early-morn. ... , ,, ,
Weather: Setfled rainy 6 season ing fogs may be expected occa. t :: , , , , ,,, ,,,,.
weather usually begins about the sionally over the Gaillard Cut sec4 , ' -- ...' ,' ,, ,, 3 ,, ,, : ,
first of May. Heavy showers may tion of the Canal and the central r --.L-,,; ''''' 7 1 ic
nstan ea,
be expected frequently,with mea. section of the Isthmus along the : t,' e a ,"
,
sureable rain on about 20 days central -section of the Isthmus a. 'w, -:, ., ,..4.104444 ..., ,
J :' 'hoe wet et he end
during the month. The average long 'the Trans.Isthmian highway, : - '' ., , ,r, ,, ,-. , --. . ,
rainfall for May is 9.00 loches at but none are likely to, occur at '.' ' s' .. ''' INSTANt4ASY TO AtAXIIIIWIt II ttirs ' 'A
Balboa Heights,'11.23 inches at either of the Canal entrances. ', ",' i ' : i ,,
Madden Dam and 12.31 at, CristO. Most of the fogeform oreund P' , -, Of the cold:water fancet and en..
bal. ', .--..,.. - ',, midnight and -dissipate before ': JO fultstrength. lied tea,instantly. .. - . ,
Madden,
' The variation ,beTween 't h a s, Winds: The wind' force will be , , : NO telt bag mess I No water to boil , j
,, 1111111SHINGli Rag STUMM IPLAVOL, ,' , , .,,,, ,..
,,wettest, and driest on record in coniderably -lessened. ,Northerly -",' .' - ' ' . ,, ,, ,,
15.06 to 2.39 inches at Balboa winds will tontinue to Prevail; but
the Percentage of light variable ' t 1 l, t Neste bursts vith &llama pure
Dam arid '25.43 to 1.63, winds will increase. The average .. tea naioresametregiuustrenoth
Heights, 19.72 to 3.23 inches at
Inches zat Cristobal. hourly wind velocity )vill be about '1'. -7,;.-,--: ,, J.' , -,.. ',,,,..,,,,.
Temperatures; ,,,The ,n or m a 1 8 miles per hour on the Atlantic ,','. ,'''''' ;', stIVIrtime. ArwsYs elear'ilever ;
mean. temperature, for May 'is 81 side and 6 miles per hour on the .:, -7; :, cloudy I Enjoy lied Nestea I e
degrees. Daily highest and lowest Pacific. ' , .- ''' A:, -' i ,,.' ''. , 4. ,
temperature ,will average' 87, and Maximum velocities kreater , A , -
74 degrees at Balboa Heights and than 30. miles per' hour are not ,, ,, ,
55 and 77 degrees at Cristobal. likely to occur excerpt for short ,' ,
rhe highest and lowest tempera r u s t a d u r i n g thunderstorms '-, -,,,
on record for May are 96, and 69 Thunderstoms Win oecuron about ,,, ,'
degrees at Balboa Heights and 95 10 days during the month along ',' ).'
and 71 degrees at Cristobal. t thp coasts and about 24 -days, in e ... .
. ,
, Humidity: The relative humidi. the Madden Dam Aree4 4
ty will ,be higher than in April,
averaging about 85 per cent,' STRIKE IDLES SHIPS ,,. !. ----
, Clouds end Sunshine: The skies in t
MEr.BOURNE; AuStralla il.IP) ' ..
. Ptried ..., '4 '
' A 24 hour protest strike of - , wIst takt ,'"'
driVe 60W under waY. The Public nearly -5 000 dOck workers Tues. ',. ,,' s I
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K.DOErBLE CEREMONY took place at rost tleaoquarters, Fort -Amaour, yeb,witmy wilvil
, ;On D. Coney relinquished his' command as post Commander to Lt. Col.' James, Moore
and MSgt.' Elmer D. McKeehan left Ids post as sergeant major to MSgt.' Allen R. 'Kline
VOney who has been, the commander of Fort Amador since July of last year will succee(
' Col. Walter Killilae as the new commander of, Fort clayton,, Killilae departs soon for a 'nev
assignment with the Military District of Puerto Rico. Moore has been, the executive office'
of the post since September Of last year, ..His last assignment was withtthe University o
Idaho, as professor of Military Science and Tactics, McKeehan has been reassigned t
CONARC. Headquarters, ?Fort Monroe, Va.' Kline has been -first serg,es.nt of the 1,T.S. Arm
Oarrison, Fort Amador-since June, of .1956.- Shown changfng respective nameplates, from lef
to, right!' they- are,' Klint, Outgoing' post. sergeant Major; McKeehani incomiti post 'sergean
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IWAKUNI; Japan .(1.71')--A U.S.
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'' II' ''' -''- 4 t. wild their nenittlowd nri map 17 his
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, r ., ,, the, fsmilv will Roil on PI "011111d :i NO,
, A insetesti Livia lnr ,,, lintterotam OK I
, ' 40111'nd There, they will snteir yin mate
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1 i 4. ...::;';'.. sh, their ca.!' 'and'drive through Ifot veter
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, , 1 lien Parsoe. .,-
i 1. ' 1 rr,;, .......,,....,.., ' '- The East German Communist,
" i ---0--r -mi., government defied the four-rower
, ,,
, ; (1k; if : , . '' egreement banning the ariTlinnganoift
' The
, 1 ; ' t 1, ref ., a,,erman troop unity in, Be in
, , 1 .. I araderl their ',1oeonlis army?, ,
' 14 dr the ast rn one of the clip. --
, s
' ' 4 ' : I ) ihtee Soevie071.1nion sittOKI one of
.. its briefest May
I 1. DaY military pa,
- ,-- .. reties in, years with the troonr
.
' -. f ..' ''' ' and' armameniC taking oolY 12
'., : J : this oteekend only-- minotes to rats the reviewing
,
, .. ' ., Lint' appea'ra'nco ,of stand., Soviet Defense ".-Miniater
M hst rodioo
. ,,Lo I, et. , s , ars
' k.';,;-,-;'''''."'k ''- ' "00Y0 REYES 'and
, ,-,:e.- ,t,,,,,,, :
1 Malioevsky deity.
ered The loiynote address caning
on ltiti arireA forces tp maintsin
.' .''!'--'4-7, -- ;11 , ''' PEPITA ORTEGA, constant ., vigilanee. agairrst the
' :'''l ': - '-' ., ,. "tlireat to Asset." tiolsert by 11,S.
.il $'-'
.' 4' t: A 4. I 1 Opening for 2 weeks It.homber MOW toward 'Soviet
, 4
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, f,, 1 , , famous quartet froptirs..".' .'.'', L ,,."',' ..
. : ' AOS LLOPIS-- nun MILLION ISRAFLIS
',,.
' t. !- 1FRUSALEht:Isrsell A e c tor
, '. i ; ' ,'' -. ''' and 1 1(1.1')79., TsrPel'i twonulation hal
,
' '' Passed the two 'million mark.- A
i CLARENCE MARTIN'S apvernment aminitocernent said
, ,4, --. Orchestra line
t nearly 1.200.n00 nersnns had
6 16 ; 1 0 1 f inimiersted to Israel since it
i gained indenendente in '1941. The
t l 1 tio-,;-a.,00,-' etrrt.
Lamm, n ntitittiqn 10 year ago WAS about
1 810.000. ,'" 1,, '
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BRITISH AMBASSADOR ENTERTAINS AT RECEPTION
CELEBRATING THE FEDERATION OF 'THE WEST INDIES
The Ambassador of Great Britain and Lady Henderson
will be hosts at a reception this evening at II o'clock at the
Embassy. The occasion is to celebrate the Federation of the
West Indies.

Bruce Henderson Entertain
Friends At Cocktails-Buffet
,Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Henderson
will be hosts tonight at a cocktail cocktailbuffet
buffet cocktailbuffet party to be held in their
home in Campo Alegre. (Tuests
will tnciude friends from Panama
and the Cana) Zone..
Mr. Henderson is Middle Amer America
ica America correspondent for Time and
Life magazines. He has ,, just
returned from a, month's. trip to
Cuba. ,
Mrs. Aquilino Boyd Entertains
For Mrs. Carlos Allem.. I

s Mrs AgUilino, Boyd, wife of the'
Minister of Foreign Relations, en;Choir Guild Will
tertained at a luncheon at.the Pa.. Have Luncheon
nama Golf Club on Wednesday in The Choir Guild of
honor of Mrs. Carlos Alfaro who edral of- St. Luke, Ar
with her husband Is 'leaving for ning luncheon at the
the United States, and England, House Sunday at 1:0i
Mr. Alfaro has been appointed member who has no
Ambassador from Panama to the acted and who woull
Court of St. Jimes., tend is asked to ea
1.nial el Clirtintill 91

Nicaragua 'Ambassador
Will Entartain Por
Son and grids
The Ambassador of Nicaragua
in Panama and Mrs. Mariano Re,.
rreto Portocarrero will entertain
at tlio Embatav rositienee fmvi
to 7 thia ovenina hnnnr At their
snn and dantliter-fn.-law De: and
Mr, ()agar Parretn 'r whp
arrived on Thursday from Mena.,
gua whore they were marriodiaat
wept nr. ilarreto le the Embas.
y,Secr,etary. : t
Mrs. Kirby And Son :
, Rofetrn 70 14tatait
IfrA. Merfhe 1(irhir end snn tinh
hv have returned to Tos Anneleft
floglif where their will ntslrn thoir
hnrub. Thnv hove nen with 11.1.01,,
159ren0i. Mr. 'fond 18,1
Aning S,raim., of Fort GulioV,
MrIfirhy wax with he
11S. Army in riermswvi Fin.
hv recently returned to Los
Angelea. 'T t
C. J. (Zundorsana ,,
arwir,ot gorrn60. Ihrt
Mrq. C. J Gitrstioorifan and her
,ifowhtorr, Trorr,,,t, rethar
ere la9ving on Tneloav ni,Tht rnr
VPI" YOrir whero thov iNo5 l'OPt
MIF-18 by rftntoin Clinrifirgeml
ormi Chet" ItoNttiftvd, On Mop p7
the, femilv will on tho "0111111t,
A morlegti Lina lnr M.
T.Toneed. There they will oh 1,1n
their car 'and drive through got.
this Weekend
, Last appearance ,of
00Y0 REYES and
...PEPITit ORTEGA
Opening for 2 weeks
, famous quartet
LOS LLOPIS.
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and
, CLARENCE MARTIN'S
Orchestra
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Lather your fa4 a fall-minte momm' g and 1,,
ht with inatowlous Cuticura Soap. Apply
-
Num" Cuticura Ointment at night, See exciting new 1
tZ. softness, smoottmess, freslmess begin irs !!
". days! Get Cuticura Soa and Ointment right :
7-- awayand to speed relief get amazing new
greaseless Cuticura Medicated Liquid for use
during the da And do try' new Cuticura
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land to Belgiuln to attend t b e
World's Fair.
The Gundersins will continue
their motor trip through Luxen Luxenburg,'
burg,' Luxenburg,' Fianc e, Northern Italy,
Switzerland, Austria, Germany
Denmark,. Sweden and Norway
where both Captain and Mrs.
Gundersen were born and, where
they will spend about six weeks
visiting with Captain Gundersen's
relatives: On the return trip to
New York they will spend a day
in Iceland with friends. They ex exThe
The exThe Curundu Woutens club'
about September 7,

Have Luncheon
The Choir Guild of the Cath
edral of- St. Luke, Anton, le pkn pknning
ning pknning luncheon at the Tivoli Guest
House Sunday at 1:00 p.m. Any
member who has not been,eont been,eontacted
acted been,eontacted and who would like to at attend
tend attend is asked to call Mrs. Ruth
Daniel at Curundtl 2120s
5 libnell itt caw mt. Ilt11,11
at Cur WWII a
,
May Day Par'ades
Lack Usual lest
,
Throughout Eutooe
LONDON (UP),The May Day
holiday was observed' peacefullY
Thursday with parades, rallies
and spedches in many countries,
The zest that had marked cele
brstions in previous years gener;
itilY was lacking. in Thursday's
acdvities. ,
The London subuib" a St. ram
eras quarreled over flags. Union
Jacks in profusion ,were the am
swer to single :red banner
hoisted over thp tovm hall by the
Socialist-controlled' borough ,coun.
ell.
Hundreds of thousands of West
German t workers.. demonstrated
against the 'Bundestag, decision,to
arm the West German army with
nuclear wpapont Chancellor Kon Konrpd
rpd Konrpd Adenaner told a Catholic
labor movement meeting in the
Ruhr city of Winnerfnorth ,that
the demonstrators were l'earry.ing
out unhealthy Propaganda" agamst
his government. y,
More Man 300 00q, poles ttittlei
out in 'Wors3r to snatch an esti.
mated 100,000 boy, and girl scouts,
veterans. w sttkers. and eemmunist
votith stragg e by in a disorgan disorganized
ized disorganized parade.
The East German Communist,
government defied the four-rower
agreement banning the arming of
German troop units in Berlin and
naradecl their ',1rieonlisis army" in
the eastern zone of the eitp. "''
The Soviet 'Union staged one of
tts briefest May Delo militarg Pa,
rades in, years with the troons
and- armaments' taking onlY ,12
minntes to rats the reviewing
otand.' Soviet Defense -.Minister
Marshal rodion Malinovsky dilly dillyered
ered dillyered the loirsote address calitng
on 'the' arme,I forces tp maintain
constant vigilance. agaidst the
tttlireat to naane." noised by 11,S.
It.bomber flights"' toward 'Soviet
frontiers. '
ywrt miLLMal ISRAFLIS
;TERUSALEWIsraeli Set ter
112) Tapes nonulation hal
passed the two 'million mark.- A
government annooneement said
that' nearly 1.200.000 nersons had
immierotte4 to laraI ince it
gained Indenendente in 1948. The
nonntlitifm 10 years ago was about
810.000. , '
4111111111111. 0111101.0 10 MI WPM. MOO
od,

11 KO ay.
call Mrs. Ruth 1
u 2120
1
laiedes 1
lest 2 1
Europe
? e
Tile May Day 1
tvect peacefully le'
parades. rallies
many countries'
marked cele celems
ms celems years gener;
in Thursday's
mil,. a St. ran.
ler flags. Union o
,were the an an:red
:red an:red banner
qmen ttall by the
1' borough ,coun. b
, e
mends of West f(
, detnnnstrated 1'1
stag, decision,to B
'man army with h
Chancellor Kon..
old 11 Catholic P
meeting in the it
innerlinoth .that
were "carrying n
mganda" agamst
!Pt s
)09, polya turned 1
ratch an esti. e
, and girl scoots, b
and rortmunist
, in a disorgan disorgannen
nen disorgannen Communist P
the four-rower V
If the arming of n
ts in Berlin and ;
ionielS army" to
of the eitp. P,
in staged one Of
)av military pa,
with the troons
taking onlY 12
the reviewing
dense ,-Minister ,1
dalinovsky dilly.
address calling
ices tp maintain
'e agairtst the
' noised by Vs. v
toward 'Soviet
- t
ISRAFLIS
green Sector c
mmulation hal 8
nillion mark.- c
ntneernent said d
no bersons bad
Israel since it
et in 19411. The ft
s ago was about

!IEETIItGS
lath notice for Inclusion in this
columeshould. be submitted
ty84-wriffnit term end mailed eis
, the boa number listed daily in So Social
cial Social and Otherwise," or delivered
bp lunif to the office, Notices et
meetings cannot be accepted by
wantons.,
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Curundu Wortion's Club
urundu Women's -club
newly elected president Mrs. An Annaberts
naberts Annaberts Leap will leave her first
business meeting of the year Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday at 9 cm- at.the Commun Community
ity Community Building. All members are urg
ed to attend and bring a guest to
the ''Join The Club Coffee". Any
ladY living in Curundu whu would
like to join may contact Mrs. Me Melida
lida Melida Bembenek at 6236 or Mrs. Lor
raine Zent at 4175. Members are
reminded that dues for membPr membPrship
ship membPrship will be collected by the new,
treasurer, Mrs Bembenek,, start starting
ing starting next Wednesday- -
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Rev to ore ply.'
i
Will Slop Here 4
For Radio Rally
On his wak to the, jungles of
eastern Ecuador to dedicate' a
mission hospital, a widely known
religious broadcaster4 Rev- Theo Theodore
dore Theodore Epp,' stop off in Pa Panama
nama Panama for a Back to the Bible-HO.
X0 Rally. ,
Epp was instrumental in Ills.
ing the funds tor the jungle hospL
tat in She 11 Mera, Ecuador,. this
is the same hospital which one
of;the former doctors at Gorgas,
Dr. John Woods, will be serving.
In addition to a publishing min ministry,
istry, ministry, the direction of an extensive
home.study Bible correspondence
course ministry, and raising funds
for missionary projects, Epp is di.
rector of the Back to the Bible
Broadcast, one of the most widely
heard radio programs in the world.
- From Lincoln, Nebraska, h s
program goes out daily to approx approximately
imately approximately 1175 radio stations, t ot
which some 250 are outside the U.
nited States, The Back to the Bible
Broadcast was first heard-in, 1939,
and first heard on the Isthmus in
1948. It is currently being releas released
ed released 9 a.m. eachsday on HOXO., The
broadcast is soon to be released
in French and Genii other
areas of the world., 4
The Back to the ible-110X0
Bally will feature Epp as speaker,
Woods as soloist and songleader,
with Bob Beukema at organist,
, The rally, to which the publi
is, invited, will take place at 7:30
p.m. Tuesday at the First Baptist
Church, Balboa Heights. f,
:t.ci.j.k..-::,..-Cii.C:776.77,..',.:FTi6fli,...
.R6c6i6-ifi..:,N.6..edd:'
'AdiliC-iiiiiidii.!:'.
CHICAGO (VP)---Adia1 E. Ste..
vension said yesterday be has "re "reluctantly
luctantly "reluctantly come to the conclusion"
that 'the nation needs tax cut
to fight the 'recession,
wice-defeated Pemocratic
candidate for president issued a
statement to the United Press tO
clarify his stand on the tax re.
duction issue.
Stevenson had told a meetiog of
foreign newspaper editors here
Wednesdoy that 'a tax cut bhould
be one of the nation's last resorts
for bolstering the economy led
that he believes the recession
would soon "level off."
In yesterday's Statement, Ste Stevenson
venson Stevenson said "a tax cut at the be beginning
ginning beginning of the recession would. I
think, have been more, effective
thn than It will row." t
Put, he added., 111 have roue,
Antly come to the conclusion that
even at this Iate date tax relief
should be added to the anti-reeea.
Mon weanons, with speeial em emphasis,
phasis, emphasis, I hope, on the excise tare;
On business. ,
Stevenson repeated earlier
warnings that "the trouble wilh
tax cutting is that It may result
in larger deficit; aria more infla,
tion,"
1 t
,
"Also," be said, "it is bard to
restore taxes. and lower revenues
will retard the expend'.
tures for echools, hoppitals, hous,
Ins, resource devPlopment and so
forth which must be made to keon
America un to (late and n-ovide
for our repidlyrising population."
,
Thousands Of.,Bees
IstInkiA'Llfe Sting
For Illinois Cops
, , ,
B1,0()MINGTON, IP. (UP) --
Thousands of bees, freed from
an overturned truck, made life
miserable for state police invest1,1
gating a crackup near Blooming..1
'rhe enraged insects poured out
of the truck, after its owner,1
Ernest Cochrane, 73, drove -it off
the lighway and it overturned.
taken to a hospital together
with two passersby who required
treatment for stings. , 1
A trio 0. bee exPerta from 1
Bloomington arrived. just as the
bees'-furyreached lull., peak.
managed to Cahn most of them
and recapture them for the Coch.
ranes, who were lransporting them
to their home in Elm Creek, Man Manittiba.
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inclusien in this
le submitted in
end mailed is
semi daily in 54)-
e," er delivered
ifice, Netwes et
be accepted be -;,
e
i Club i
'omen's club 1
lident Mrs. An AnI
I AnI leave her first ..:
ef the year Wed- i
at .the Commun. t
nembers are urg ?
bring a guest to i.
Lib Coffee". Any
eindu whu would 1"
:ontact' Mrs. Me. .....
6236 or Mrs. Lor ii..,.',
'5. Members are ...'" -. ''''''''''''---''''''',---------------------,
les for member- ' ' ' -
cted by the nOW MISS C,ARMEN 11ERCEDES SMITH, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
lembenek,, start. J. 13artley Smith of 'Diablo Heights, is the :recipient of the
ay. .,... - .. Canal ,Zone College Club's 11958, scholarship award. The Club
..,,..,,,'.,..,,-, : presents k 9509 cash scholarship annually to an outstanding
Irl in the Balboa Junior College to complete her education
lore' Epp' g
. i th ited itates. The presentation of the scholarship was
mnad e' Un
, ., it by Mrs. sT. KeThornson.. scholarship chairman, at the
- Club's luncheon at AlbrOok 'Officers' Club todae..,
lorei .:, ,,,-, - , ,, - , ,, ,,,,,,
Rally --.., i ...
nowlandStiers To- Continue
. .,
the, jungles of ,;- : la
, 0 ,- 1' -. f
to ,dedicate' a F
a 'widely knewn ight For Labor iBill Ot) Rights
der Rev. Theo.
stop off in Pa. :i ' ' ; i
to the Bible.110. z' -' -
- ; '','.WASHINGTON GIP) Senate ments to 'a Welfare fund control
Republican Leader .- William F. bill. The Senate- defeated them
mental in eels.
pledged t o d a y.' to after Democratic leaders pretest.
the Jung e osp
I h L K"wland
renew the uphill fight for bis ton. ed thep hid not been subjeted
:, Ecuador,. this trovrsial labor "bill -of rights" to committee. hearings and were
tal in which one despite its overwhelming -rejec. not "germane" to. the welfare
, At the'
!tors at Gorlas,
will be serv ng.
publishing min- tion bp the Senate last week. -fund legislation., 4. :
same time, he offered ..- .. '
to .Join with Cheirman Joho I., 'Enoniland.- told a news confer.
i of an extensive
. correspondence
McClellan D.Ark.) of the Senate ene be expected the Senate to
nd raising funds
jects, Epp is di. Rackets 'Committee in working start considering a labor bill 'by
out legisletion to "correct abuse' about June 10. Be said he had
eeery intention" of pushing his
k to the Bible in the Lome. movement." Knew.
the most wideldy land said he, had "no pride of proposals then ", if ther have net
ms in the worl
Nebraska, h i s ''
authorship" in the matter.'.",", been approved by the labor con.,
In a companion development,
daily to approx. Chairman John r Kenpedy (D.' , '
lo stations, t of elass.e of ti Senate labor subcom subcome
e subcome outside the U. Surplus- Prooertv -
mittee, introduced ..three propooed -1,, ,-
lack to the Bible eh engem to the Teft.Hartley Law. S '' I At C"''' I
a e oroza -.,
It heard-in, 1939, Ile said they would be considered
, the Isthmus in at subcommittee beatings start. mittee., ', ',, e ,.
ly being releas. Ing, next week; ;,. .,,,4 't j, ' t ar s n ay
Si.' t' 0 IV! 19
y On BOX0..-The '' '' ''l " '- '' r''''''"-1 '. '1 : --; L O' ''-ii" ''-'-h '' ''''''
to' be released r One would clarify the' law's ban M
r AP V.. Arb7,,-ri,,Oean pro.
?,rma in ether
1 On attempts by emnloyers; tob perty disPosal o fleet -has annOtinc,
1., 4 :,, I bribe union official'''. It wnuld bar ed that two sales of foreign excess
le ible.1107C0 Plumeola t'-lo a onion -official bY personal property will be conduct.
Epp as speaker, a representative of the emploper ed in the near future. , .- 1
and songleader, as well es the employee him,yell. I , ,
a at organist, t
Ano her would allow certifica. Bids will bp opened at 9 a.m. on,
rhich the publi tion of building trade uniono by may 19 for the purchase of 48 it.
ke place at 7:30 a contrector wi'hnut represen. ems of salvage,and scrap propert
he First Baptist tation election. The third 'would This property is located at the pro
ights. f, remove the ban cultist ecenonlic perty disposal yard and building
-....4.---.., .. strikers, voting in a national labor 706, Corozal. It may be inspected
reletions board election,' '' 'le on weekdays, except 'holidays, be be()
() be() ig , Kennedy said the last nrenostily
r 'F. ht tween the hotirs of 7:30 a.m. 11:
'N ee e
d"d' Atelier to one pronosed by the 30 and 1 p,m.- -.3:30. until the mo,
'' administration, has ,been "univer. ing of, the sale, '',
l'. !ally rPrOlini;44 P3 4 UniOnlMt 1
'I "d'
c u es--- mg elevite.'" The Messachusettx On- pine-30 tit 9 4.m. bids will
,, ... , Democrat sail ail, three; wonld be opened for the Purchase of nine
l--Acilal E., Ste. foster soend ,labor ,management 1951 Chevrolet sedaps, five trucks,
rday be has "re- prectices. : ,.. ; le' three trailers' end twe lots of au.
Democr t e d
a 1 lea ers have prom. tomotive spare parts., All of thiS
the conclusion"
weds a tax cut feed til4t KnOW14"I'll ;01.00954i$ property ie located in various-Lesion,-
.:- ,,,--'' els. will be cOnsirlered by the tin MOOTICOn-COUnttiO4. Further
tehor committee. Knowlpoli said information can be had by contact.
ted Dem'ocrati If they, did not Win committee an, ing the property disposal officer
sident issued a eroesl, he woulA offer them again at telephone 85.4149. -
United Prese tO
on the tax re. "'"e Senate floor.- .,. .; All bids will be opened in the,
,Knoedend, -presented his hotly. bid 'room. in- building 706 at Coro.'
.. contested,, proposals ite amend. Sal. ; :. ' ''
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Did a meetitg of ' - ' ' ,I

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MISS CARMEN SIERCEDES SMITH, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. Bartley Smith of Diablo Heights, is the recipient of the
Canal sZone College Club's 11958 scholarship award. The Club
presents A MOO cash scholarship annually to an outstanding
girl in the Balboa Junior College to complete her education
In theNnited States. The presentation of the scholarship was
Made by Mrs. sT. M.-Thornson,. scholarship chairman, at the
, Clut's luncheon at AlbrOok Officers' Club today,.

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..A.WASHINGTON GT) Senate
Republican Leader F.
Knowland pledged today to
renew the uphill fight for his ton.
trovrsial labor "bill of rights"
despite its overwhelming -rejec.
tion bp the Senate last week.
' At the same time, he offered
it join with Chairman John
McClellan D.Ark.) of the Senate
Rackets .Committee in working
, out legislation to "correct abuses
in the labor movement." Knew.
land said, he, had "no pride of
,authorship" in the matter."
In a companion development,
,Chairman John r Kennedy (D.'
lklass4 of a Senate labor subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee introduced three proposed
1 ehanges to the Taft.Hartley Law.
'Ile said they would be considers,'
at subcommittee' bearings start.
ing, next week.
' It
mOne would cfarify the, law's ban
en attempts by emnloyers tob
bribe union officials. It would bar
payments AO tb union official by
a representative of the emploper
as well as the employer hinrell.
' Another would. allow certifica.
tion of building trade uniona by
a contractor wi'hout represen.,
tation election. The third would
remove the ban against economic
strikers, voting in a national labor
relations board election,, 'In
, Kennedy said the last pronosaly
Similar to one proposed by the
administration, has ,been "nivel
4aily rerovnizo4 pa 4 unionbust.,
ing ttlevite." The MAssacbusetts
Democrat $414 all, three, would
foster sound labor ,management
practices.
Democratie leaders bave Drool.
imed tb4t KnowinT.I's :01.017g5RIS
OW Will be cOnsidered bv th4
14bor committee. Knowlami Said
if they did not Win committee an,
provsl, he woulA offer them again
on.the Senate floor.
,Knowland, presented his hotly.
contestedproposals its amend.

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of the nominatipg committee, will
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cable to improVteteLtric servic'e for you.
It will be'ncessary to suspend your cur.
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The Hours: 12:01 A.M. 8;00 A.M.
, MAY 4,- 1988
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The' Areas': Thp Area included will be,
, between: Peru Avenu e ,,to
, Balboa Avenue.. and 'between
' 29th .Stieet and 34tlfStreet.

Nrsometwoo 116 (rtij asvmAtoWaelpr41,4vot

ments to a welfare fund control
bill. The Senate' defeated them
after Democratic leaders protest.
ed thep hid not been subjcted
to committee. hearings and were
not "germane" to. the welfare
-fund legislation.
,
Xpopilind told a news confer.,
eneil he expected the Senate to
start considering a labor bill by
about June 10. Ile said he had
l'eVery intention" of pushing his
proposals then if they have ngt
been approved by the labor eon.,
mittee.,

Surplus:, Property-- -,
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Sale At Corozal
Starts On May 19
,the- Cirilb'ean pro property
perty property disPosal o ficer tas 111111011M,
ed that two sales of foreign excess
personal property will be conduct.
ed in the near future. ;
" Bids wilt be opened at 9 a.m. on
May 19 for the purchase of 48 it items
ems items of salvage,and scrap propert
This property it3 located at the pro
perty disposal yard and building
706, Corozal. It may be inspected
on weekdays, except 'holidays, be between
tween between the hours of 7:30 a.m. 11:
30 and 1 pm.- 3:30. until the mo
ing, of the sale.
,
On' june-30 at 9 .a.m. bids will
be opbned for the purchase of nine
195l Chevrolet sedans, five trucks,
three trailers' and twe lots of au automotive
tomotive automotive spare parts., All of this
property is located in various'La.
tin AMOT10811-001111triell. Further
information can be had by contact.
ing the property disposal officer
at telephone 85.4149.
All bids will be opened in the
bid room in' building 706 at Coro.
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gel,st B,Ily Graham says he
SAN FRANCISCO (1.7P)--Evan
knows the reason vvhy San Fran
cisco leads the nation in Al.
coholics and suicides.
Ile told an audience of 11,000
last night the reason is "esesP-
iostm;i'fetol
world."
afinigh"tillurosimvelhiemraegailnitaiesry
Preaching in the vest Cow Pal
ace arena, to his smallest audi
ence in the four days of his six
week crusade, Graham took his
text from Hebrews, 2nd chapter
3rd verse:
"How shall we escape, If we
neglect so great a salvation?"
He noted the Bible states that
everyone is guilty of sin, Because
of that, he said. everyone is "sett-
lusted from God." And that is
why everyone is hunting for some
fOrM of mane.
"The reason -we have teen-age
ganget he said, flit escapism.
One of the reasons teen-agers go
steady is escaninl. Theo are
looking. for' a world of securi,ty
they haven't found otherwise.'
, This wanting to escane, he said.
is why San Francisco has one of
the highest suicide rates In the
nation and leadg the nation in-the
ratA of alcoholics, -
ratA of alcoholic& -
"The grace of God can give
ftrentPt pleasure' tham escapism,
,,
nrentPt jleasure' them eseoplim,"
he said
Grehatn 'then asked the 'itudi,
4.. di
N 1111 HI men ?INCL. UM RUM,
ence to "give pour heart to Jesus
Christ. tonittI,
In response to his plea,- 306 per,
Grahatn 'then asked the audi,
nce to "give pour heart to Jesus
4bott Sazd Temnlo'
01 Shrineri 5Prads
Grotto To San Jij:t.n
' p'oCthenatrlaetes pot. AtabvQuallesea,adlliTusetmribolues,
A.A.O. tsf,M,S.. has announced
that May will be a busy month
for the working menibers of that
' Temple. : .. . ,J
, tavalle and members of the Di Divan;
van; Divan; Temple Director, and others
flew to San Juan, 'Puerto Rico,
yesterday- A business meeting will
be held at, the San Juan Hotel in
connection with a numbCr of can,
didates who have been nominated
for membership in Abou Saad
Temple, a branch of which is es established
tablished established in Puerto Rice.
, The ceremonial and :initiation
,Of the successful candidates will
be held at that same hotel On to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. There will be a banquet
for nobles and their ladies fol'ow.
ing the .ceremonial., The 'local
Shriners will return 'to, the't Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus by air on Sunday,: ,
,All members of.Abou Sand Tem:
ple, and nobles visiting in this a area
rea area are invited tO a business meet,,,,
ing to be held at the Ancon Maui.
nic ,Temple on May 17 at 7 p.m.,
The meeting will inciude reports'
of committess, balloting ton can candidates
didates candidates for -initiating end 'Willa 'Willation,
tion, 'Willation, and other regular business.
The spring ceremonial for can candidates
didates candidates on the Isthmus will be
held at the Ancon MasoniC Temple'
on May 24, end this year's affair
is stag. ,, 7 -,,,
Candidates 'will report to ',the
site at 4 p.m., dinner will be ay.
'ed there 'at 5!30 p.m.: and 'the
ceremonial itseit will begitit at
1 7,,P.m.. , , ;
Following theceremonial, a mo motion
tion motion picture in color titled "From
the Hearts of Men,' will be shown.
This excellent picture describes
the' good work done by' Shrinere
Hosptials for crippled children of
all races and creeds. All Shriners
in this area are invited.-
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Al Tuosdly
Featuring a progont,, of voial
selectionS and choral readings,
1 the Diablo Heights P., T. A., Will
hold its last meeting of thed school
year Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. In the
school gymnasium. ,
1 A chorus of sixth, grade pupils
will Present a number of songs um.
der the direction of Mrs. Biodwin
Turbyfill. Mrs, Allie Beale, and
Mrs. Kathryne Brown.
The choral readings will be gilt
en by Mrs. Edith Davis' fourth
grlid CLIPS.
Art work from all grades will
be on exhibit also..
During a short business' meet..
ing Mrs. A, M, Bouche, chairman
of the nominattng committee, will
Present a slate of officers for
next year. These nominees togeth,
her' with any edditionel nominat
loot from the floor, will be voted
The sumMer tutoring program
wilt Also he discusged,
Befreshingnts will conclude the
meeting. '0
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Used after every r---)
change, Mtxan1
',prevents heat rash,
chafe and galling, ITIAlri
too. Absorbent it
cornstarch base ..n r DER
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baby fresh, coin. 00-0-"----"111
, fortable
Medicated Mesana Skin Cream helps heal
painfgl sunburn, Its gentle smooths
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sons came forward to re;,r,r,t. .,
',TN..
convercons for four r';','s to
"hat brought the total nun.' -r cf I
,
Before last night's meet-.
og, Graham had a private 6-s. I
ilon wi,h Willie Kirkland. nu t,;e
outfielder for the San Franclico
out the weather.
Giants. Kirkland said they ta-ked
Earlier in the day Graham,
tb
held I closed meeting with 500 t
seminary students at Berkeley at t
which he defended his mission. 1
"Evangelism is the wholework
nt the church." he said. "It 's a
thrust outward toward uncomit'.
ted mato, ,
I
Graham is also scheduled to
meet gluten's at San Franci;co 1$
State College in a closed meet,ng
AfttY 20 in -the college aud,:arium. ,'
Some of the faculty members '
had objected when the invitatiOn
was tendered several months ago,
citing the need for keeping
"church anti.state Separated."
- The sitt-member faculty couna
annOtineed wednesdap that Gra.
ham. would be' nermitted to all-
pear, provided hie remarks were,
educational in rature and devoid
Of evangelistic flourishes. '
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full of point count, He decided tit'
play cagy with it and merely 0;
vercalled South's opening spade
bid with two hearts., ,
North bid'two,,spade and Eiski
with plenty of nothing passed as
did South. Now West leaped At)
four hearts and North-at. y d'
right in the swing hy tgoing to
hur spades:1, e, ; ,1;
Wesi doubled 'and -oPened the
king ,of diamonds "'whereupon,
South with a nice 11 high card
point opening opposite clumtny'l
four point raise ,procteded
make all the tricks.
There wasn't much 'difficulty
bout h. He simpl3( led a club 10
dummy's ace and ruffed e
Since both opponents followed
there was onlv one club e t.
South plaYed the ace and king of
trumps and ,they broke lovenly
Now .he ruffed diamond in
dommy., ruffed another club to ev,
tablish the rest of dummy', nice
seven card ruffed another
diamond with dummy's last trump
and, discarted. his three hearts
and last diamond on dutoOlrl
gond clubs,'
, 'was quite antrY 'with
west. Re Pointed out that West
could hove let the hand nlay at
two soviet and that surel4 West'
did not have to double.
must Say that 'West-received
the full treatment and am sure
that if he had -hit li(e to llve
ver again 'he would have passel,
two 'made, At tho'sjIma
feel that the next time t 61t
nicks up 21. points he .1011, be
willing and anxious to nosh, (tile,
onnonents into Name once, mon,
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on charges of disorderly conduct,
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Phone Balboa 1737
' William beebj, Pastor
Sunday" School ..... r 8:30
Morning ,Worship 10:45 a.ra
Baptist, Training Unien ,. 8;30 p.m
' Svensellstic Service .. I :30 p.m.
Prey's, Meeting, Wednesday., IA p.m
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Stornins Worship 4, WOO ems
RaPtisi training ,Linion.-, 6:30 tun
livening Worstup f I:45 P.m
'Brothernood, Tuesdays L, 3:00 n.rn
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Sr. Captain & ,Mrs. H. Grant
14th Street. Phone 311743
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3:00 Sunday ,School ,4,
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BAINIQIY CITY, C.Z.
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Churches
The Rei.' 43sar W. Olsen. Pastor
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Fhlte '244110..Church Office 2-3236.
9:30 cm, Church School Free bur
service. Classes for all ages. ,
10:30 'am. Worship Service The
Txpanded Session for Nursery. Kinder Kindergarten
garten Kindergarten and Primary Depts. Church
' time Nursery tor children tinder 3 yra.
COO Juhlor High Fellowatilp
Post High Feilowship.
' 1:00 p.m. Senior High Fellowship.
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Margarita Ave. and Bolivar Hwy.
Rey. 'Theodore- t Franklin Pastor
Phoney Offie, 3-21142. Res 3-I49S
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( A complete arhedule of auxiliary ac activities,
tivities, activities, and Official meetings aa an announced
nounced announced front week to weett.
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Churchcs of frie many faiths in thiCanal Zona. end the terminal
news desk ift writing by Wednesday noon at the latest st any changes
of Panama and Colon. Repubhc of Panama, extend a welcome at all
times to men and women of the armed services. and te civilian nesti nesti-
- nesti- bp's. friends and strangers.
As a public service. Tho Panama American lists below. by denomi denominations,
nations, denominations, notices et hours of worship and other regular activities.
Listings are rotated from time to time. Denominations having only
one or two congregations are listed model "Other Churches & Services.
- A special listing is included for service' at Army posts, Air Force besot
and Naval stations. ,
, Ministers. church secretaries end chaplain' are asked to inform the
for the coming Saturday's church page, ,

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ST. MARY'S CHUKCHSa :boa
Sunday blames: 1:00,, 1:00. 10:00 and
12:00 cot
Holy Day Malawi SU COM 41:55 1.nt
and 5:00 13.11L
Confessions; Saturday. 5;30 to II:00
and 7:00 to 1:00 P.m Thursday. before
first Friday: 7:00 to 1;00 p.m
Miraculous Modal, Novena: 1:00 p.m
on Mondays
Catechism class! after the 1:00 Moo
on Sunday
High School ift10.1 Si 011L
Wednesday. ,
SACRED BLASTkneels
Funday Masses: 5.55. 7.30 & 9.30 a.m
holy use nutmeat I:55 g.m ansi 5:00
Contaminant Saturday 3;30 te 5:00 sad
7:15 to 1.00 pm. Tburaday before ripti
Friday 1:00 pia,
Sacred Heart Devotiomu 1:00 PAL elt
rridays
Catechtma Clan: Pal to 4:45 p.MC cos
Thursday,
OUR LADY OP trATIMACtaruotilt
Sunday Mass at 8:00 a tn.
Moly Day Masa at 1:30 pan.
Contassiomsi 6:00 to 1;41 to.m at Sat.
urday. ,
Catactios Clam Saturday 1:30 to ;0
, St JOSEPHParable
Sunday Masses at 1:00 and 11:11 Cm.
Holy Day Mass at 6:00 pm., 4,
Weekday Masses: ,.:00 a.m.
Contmtions: Saturday 3:30 to 4:30 oral
II:30 to 7:30,
Catechism Class's Sunday S;00 to 4:00
Miraculous, Medal Novettat 1:00 p.m
on Friday,
Convert Instructions: Thursday 1;00
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BT. VINCENTSFanamit
Sunday Masses: 0:00 and 0:30 cos.
Holy Day Masses: 3;30 and 5:00 p.m
lit It fella on Saturday the Masse" Ore
5;00 and II:30 cm.1
,
Confessions; Saturday 3:00 to 5: and
1;00 to 11.00 p.m Thursday' before First
Friday 1;30 p.m ,
Miraculous Medai Novena and Sta
trona of the Cross: Friday 110 P-Ity;
Catechism Clam: Atter 0:30 mass op
Sunday..
Thursday .4
.Convert 6:30 pin. Tuesday Ind
Vt. THERPSA'SCocoll
Aunday Mass' 1:30 a tn.
ly Day Mass; 6,00 a.m. tit tails
on Saturday-8:30 a.m.)
Catechism Clasp 3:30 to 1:00 Win or
Monday s
Conlon tonsil 1:00 to 11;30 8.in Sunday
BAPTIST DB LA OALLII:
Parque letevre
Sunday Masses till0 and 1:30 cro.
Week Bays Mass '6:30 Mon', Thura
Fri, and Sat, First Friday masa: COO a m
PoIT PRY Ma SseR: COR. 4,r?, 't? 4'.0(
p.htlf t 4 t 4 4 4
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Contesalons; 11:30 to S:30 and ?MO tr
11:00 p.m. on Saturday
Miraculous Medal Novena: Friday 7:481
Catechism Class. 3:30 p.m on Sunda,
VHEKESPSLo noel,
, Convert, tiaNgt Monday 7:30 lim
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Sunday Masai, 7;00 a.m.., 1
Holy Day Mass: 5:30 p.m ''' 4
Contessiona: Saturday 6,30 to 1:30 p.m
Thursday beforejirst Friday 6:30 P
Catechism Clam: 3:15 p.m on Sund4
Sacred Heart Havana. 1;60 p tit cm
rriday , ,
CatiVert ChM; 6:31) p.m oft Ilturaday
altRM
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--Sunday Masses. 5 ;45, 8:00 and 9:15 a.m
Holy Day Masses; 5:45 and 8:00,
and 6.45 p.m
Confessions; SatUrday 1:00 5:00 and
11)0 to 6:00 m
Miraculous Medal Noyena:, Wednesday
6 15 and 7:00 p.m
Sacred Heart Novena. Friday 735 exti
Sunday Evening Services 7:00 p.m.
Convert Claw 1:15 p.m en Mrdavs
and Thursdays-
GateC115911 CIVIL Suni.lay 10:15. d.tat. to
11:45 a m 3:00 p.m to 4:00 p.m.
First Friday..-Exposition of Most Bless.
ed Sacrament all day Repnsition at 5:35
a.m. Saturday morning.,
First 'Saturday Devotions to our Lady
of Fatima.,The Holy Rosary-5:00 a,m
First Communion Instructions for ehil
dren Mondays and ,Tbumdays, COO to
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Sunday Masses: 7:00. 8:00 and 10:30 a.m
Holy Uiay Masses,: 8:00. LEO, and
5115 p.m ,
Confessions: Saturday"4:00. to 5:00 and'
7:00 to 8:00 Atte! Roam each OvO.,
Miradulous Medal 7Novenat 5:15 and
7:00 pm. on Monday. '
Catechism Clam Atter 8;00 Mao on
Sunday ,
First Friddy Exposition all day during
the School Year.
First Saturday: Masa at II:00 am
HOLY FAMILY 'CHURCH In Margot! id
Sunday Masses: 7:30. 0:304- 11:3C, a to
First Saturday Masai 8:00 11.1n.
WeekdRY 'Yiames:, 8:00
I Sa.urday 4., 7:00 p ni. to COO p.m
Miraculous Medal: Novena 7:00 p.m
Holy Day Masses' 7:30 am 5:15 p.m
Gonfession.r,. 3:45 m, to 4:45 0.111
, every Monday
Parish Family Rosary dnd -
, Benediction .. 4,-4 7:00 p.m
' every Wednesday,
Discussion Inquiry Group, 7130 p.m.
emery Friday
1st. Friday Devotions .4. 7:00 p.m
1st. Saturday .Devotionl 7:00 pm.
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Sunday Mantew ti:30 a m and II:00
Holy Day Masses:. 6:00 twi.,and 6:0(1
Confessions. 6:00' 6100 In6 MO to
8:00 p.m SaPirday.
Catechlmn Class( 10:45 a.m. on Sundhy
Convert Clamevery Mnnday at 7:00
Miraetnous Medal Novena; 1:00 p.ro
On Tuesday.
Sacred Heart Fovenal P.m On
Friday
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mantilla Maga. 3:15 srat '.
Holy Day Masai 1:00 0.m ' '
pi
Contaasiorvi 1'30 to 7:00 D ril, OD Sat
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I Caterhisrp Clas 4:00 um art Maartov
j OUR LADV OF GOOD COUNSEL
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Sunday Masses: 1:00 and 8;30 a m.
holy Day Massea 0.00 a.m and. 1:Or
0 m v
Confoontoras Saturday at 7;00 pm; isisci
atter all evening devotions.
, Baptism' by aoonintment. '
onM,rtriateseidilootyut Medal Novena, ,1:00, ,,,p.m
Sacred Heart Novena: I:00 p.m on
keriday. '
Sunday School; 3:30 p m. on ,Sunday
Religious Instruction Clasa tog, pip,,,
dren: ii:O0 p.m On Thursday.'
Religious', Instruction for adults (Con.
ducted in Spanish.): 1:00 gi.m on Mon
II
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ran-Clam. 1:30 pin. TUesday and 131013 7:00 gm
-Church School 3:00 Pm
, -, Episcopal Young Churchman 1:00 pm
Evensong and Sermon .,. 7;00 pin
TRERFSA'SCocoll MONDAYS. TVESDAYS.
lay Mass: 8:30 a rn.
Day Mass; 6;00 o.m. lit R falls And FRIDAYS : '
lurday-8:30 a.m.) Morning 'Prayer and Soly
chism Clam: 3:30 to 1:01 0.ist, or Communion 1:00 o
y tt. ,Evening Prayer 7:00 p.m
onions' 1:00 to I:30 SUnday Womaif0 Auxiliary ;pd anc; ,
0,10, 09 WEDNESDAYS 'ilk tiRoDAYo
;010 HAFTIST. ON LA SAILS: Holy 'Comminion 7:00 am
Parr' latevre Morning ;Fr yes: ; 1:00 am
isy Masses 0.30 and 8:30 a.m. Evening re or 49 I;00 P,m
Kt Days Maso '0:30 Mon., Thum .1. t
id Sat, First Friday masa:1:00 a m iArtIRDAyS 1 7,
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SUNDAYS ,
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010 Santa Communion, Srd Sun SunEscuela
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mon. Holy Communion 1st Sunday.,
7:00 p.m. levelling ,Serviec,
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C30 arc Holy Cormnunion.
7;00 ore levenina Prayer. 1
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ti:00 aza Holy Communion.,,,
410 a m Holy rmmuniort.
dal a ni Morning Prayetto
11:00 Miocla3, blimionarl Prayers,.
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Church el St: Andrew
The Bert William W. Baldwin'
Priest In Charge
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion 120 GM
Family Prayer and
Church School I IP 30 a.m
(Also Hely Conununien and.
Morning Prayer as Sermon AIM it.rn
Sunday each month.. ,
WEDNESDAYS ,
Holy ConunuMon min
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Chapel et The Good Shepherd
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Priest in Chute
FRIDAYS
8 ou,a.m. Morning Prayer. A
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rho Rev. John Spear Pried In Charge
Choral Eucharist and Serc
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Episcopal Young Churchmen 5:00 pm
Evensong and Sermon .... 1;00 pal
MONDAYS. TVESDAYS. .
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Morning 'Prayer and Holy
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,Evening Prayer 1:00 p-m
Womaifti Auxiliary ;NI arir; , ..,,.
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WEDNESDAYS 'di ItHURSDAIITsi 1
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Office Of COmPlin0 9:00 pm
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The Rev." John Spear, Pries,t In Chula
Morning Prayer and Church
School 01.0114,te 14 :V.0 II"
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3rd MONDAYS
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Holy Communion a.m
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Chapel of the Nob, Comforter
Yin S Shirk,. Priest be Charge
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THURSDAYS
S:30 a tn.. Holy: Conununion
MARGARITA
Church .01 St.- Merger
Espave end Brazos Blvd
The Rev.'Jesse I( Renew. Rector
StIrit)AYB "k'
V.30 a.m. Holy Communione'
'0:45 cm Morning Prayer pnd
Church School.
II:00 I'm Choral Eucharist.
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rHURSDAYS ant HOLY DAY,
I:30 cm. Holy COMMUlli011.
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' The kei. Allan R. Woolf;
Priest in Charge
. The BOVo Wield A Osborne,
Vicar Emeritus
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4:30 am. Infant. Baptism.
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5:00 orit t Youth Fellowship
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CHHIFt CHURCH SE-THIMEA
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The Rev. ;Ames Etter Farmer, Reetet
The Rev, Heart A. Blake' Aselstaal
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8:30 a.m. Morning Prayer.
8:00 a.m Chorai Eucharist end lanntin
10:30 cm. Church School.
7;30 o m. Solemn Evensong and Sor,
COO in. Hob? Communion.
7:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
COO paL Evening Prayer.
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7:30 p.m Evening Prayer and Sermon
7'00 am, MOPIllti$ player
9'00 a.m. Children's Lueharisi
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, 10th Street. Fargo Le levee
The Rev Clarence W Hayek
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The Rev. Clarente A.
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SUNDAYS
6 00 ALM Holy Communion.
7 '30 a m Sung Eucharist and a t11100
10.30 am Morning Prayer and Church
School.
12'00 noon Holy Baptisaa.
6.30 pm Evenaonst and StITAON
MONDAYS
1:30 pm ist and fird. Woman's Ansi-,
TUESDAYS .-
6:30 p.m Junior Daughters 0: Int
King.
10 p.m Youth Fillowitatti a aWEDNESDAYS
WEDNESDAYS aWEDNESDAYS
A:00 a.m Holy Communion.
100 p.m. Evening Prayer and Religious
Instruction'.
THURSDAYS
6;00 p.m. Girls Friendly Society.'
8:00 pm. ist and Ord. Singletons.-
SATURDAYS '
9:30 a.m. Junior Confirmation Class.
Othif Churches
ENVLEH OF ?HE NAZARENE
449 frangipani St. Ancoh,
Rev. Eimer O. Nelson, Pastor
Sox 291 Balboa,. Tal 2.2602
Sunday School 1115 a m
Worshm Sande 10:45 m
Youth Sermica 145 p m.
: Evangelistic Service ,..., 7:30 p.m
Prayer Service. Wed. la p.m
-METHODIST :
Sunday: a.m. Panami Walley.
" 10:30 a.m. Sunday School.
" 1:15 p m Evangelical Service
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and Sermon.
Sunday 1 a m. lianas '
" 10 a.m. Parma Sunday School
" 7:15 p.m. Paraiso Evangelical
, CHIJRCH .0P THS NAZARENS
Margarita School Gymnasium
Pastor Ralph L, Hyaena
, Write; Box 5019 Margarita. D.S.
Phone; 14513
Sunday School 1:45 m
Morning Worship 11:00 tim
Cycling Service PO Pm
NATIONAL mirror CHURCH
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Panto LP.. tard Street East s.ug
Rey S. N. Brawn. Miniater
Divine Worship ..tk...0. n:30 catt
Sunday School ..... 3:00 Pm
Sunday Masses 7:44 11;45
, Rio ADO),
Sunday ,School 1;00 Pm1
' JEHOVAH'S WITNESSA
Maitings Thursday pi 1:30 p.m. and
Sundays al 4:00 pm a, Wits Memorial
106 Balboa, Road. Balboa.
CH RCH OP JESUS CHRIST 0
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
, Chapel on Balboa Road
Prlisthood Meeting; Sunday 1;30 a.m.
Sunday School; Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Sacrament Minting; Sunday 9:00 p.m.
Relief Society; Tuesday 9'00, a.m.
ts MIA: Wednesday 740 p.m,
Primary; Thursday 4:00
Telephone Balboa 4227.
- Atlantic Branch
Suilding 200, Schoolhouse Road, Gatun
Sunday School; Sunday 9:30 cm,
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 11:00 a.m.'
CDRUNDD PROTESTANT cacaos,
l'AlWarm Hearted Church
- Milton K 'Laidig, Minister
Phone :Res 1134119 0t. $34105
Sunday School ..,..k 9:31)
AA class tor every" a'set r , 4
Mornint Worship 11:00 crn,
Youth Fellowship 11:00 p.m
, Eelening Worship: 7:00 p.m
Prayer and Praise Mid.) 7;00 p.m
A. cluircb purity in' provided.
,' OLD (AMUCK CHURCH 1
St Raphical The Archangel :
13th St West No 1 :''
Holy Eucharist.. Sundae 1:30 ant
, Tuesdays, Wadneadays and Thursdays
Sacrament ot Unction Dialling bar.
vivo First Sunday of, snob month at
7;110 ,
.1; Mount Hallbet. Christian Church
,' Panama h. IP
Kt T .iscnas D. D Shame
, officiating
Morning devotion S:00
Fellowship WorshiP II :00 CM
Sunday School ...... a:00: p.m
flivina Service I :30 P.m
Servics ." 40 p.m
' .-111AHAI'S CUTTER
54 First Street
Urbanized. El Carmen. Panamil City
intormat Talks and Diaeussions
Thursdays. , p;00 p"
t110n kneels
' (upstairs American Bareari
Study l 0 pm
PETREL MISSION CHUSCI1
Espa labs C.Z.
See We Idaho Stewart, Pastel
Sunday' 11:00 a,m WorshiP service.
r.00 pm. Sunday School School715
715 School715 p.m. Gospel Service.
Monday: 1:30 Young People's Society
Wednesday: 7:30 34id-week Christian
Pellowship,
Thursday: COO Choi. Plehearsal.
Pridayi 1:30 Womenia Missionary So Society.
ciety. Society.
THE CHURCH OP GOD:
, New Providence
't Mrs Maude Hines. Pastor
Sunday School '., ,, 10.00 asn
Morning Worship' 11111
Night Service .... 1;30 P.M
(MIST CHURCH OP GOD
' Car. Jamaica and Trinidad lits,
, Rainbow City, Canal Zone
' Rev., Wm- Livingston. raider
THE CHURCH Of GOD
703g Eighth Street Coign
Rey. G. W., Grandison. Pastor
Sunday School ., I; 9:30 a.m,
Morning Worship 20'30 a m
Night Service 7:30 van
Morning Worship 9:00 a.nt
Sunday School 10:30 a.m
Night Service
Tilt CHURCH Olt GOD, Rio Philo
Monte stun) Rd--Igth St. t
Rev. Wns,t, Johnson. Pastor
Sunday Schott '.. ... .. 9:30 a.m
Worshfil t 40:30 a.m.
Night Service 7:30 P.m
' CHURCH OP GOD (Pentecostal)
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Rev, 0 E. Watson. Overseer
Phone 11-428, Box 253. Gambqa :
Churchte Paralso, C.Z (Rev ann
Mrs, Herman G. Whyte) ColOn. 1LP
(Bee, Fernando tonrellee), Rio OW
(Bev and Mrs. Charles Haynes). ant
Cative (Bev. and Mrs. Clifford Cresco')
Sundal and weekdays service,. at II
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COMMUNITY CHAPEL
' Diablo Heights. C.Z.
(near Dia...110 school)
Rev, Carl V. Thompson, Minister
Box 39. Diablo Heights C.Z
- rheum Home, Gang) 217
1 Church Balboa 427.1 '
Sunday Schooi 10:00 a.m.
' Worship Service 11:00 a.m
Youth Service 7:90 p.m
Evangelistic Zervice 7:30 m
- Wednesday: Bible Study
and Prayer Service r:30 p.m
IFItla
Lutheran
REEDEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
' Balboa Road al Wight Street
Rev Robert I, Quietkit raider
P Bog 066 Balboa
flunday Schoot. Bible man WOO a.ra
Divine Service 10:15 cm.
- Holy Communion,. I irsi Sunday of the
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" Atiantid Side
Former chapel of Our Saviour's Ent.
copal chapel 3rd St, and Melandea Ave,
New Cristbal. '
rti gent 111.'llentirrt Tient '"""",
Sunday School, Bible Class 0:00 a.m.
Divine Service 10:15 a.m.
Holy Commtmion, last Sunday of the
' Month:

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unOtr 0,06ta Basel' and Statonsit
Longo:1011Am Kol Shearith Israel. Ave.
clicta Cuba and 36th Street. Bella Vista
Plnamt City Services COD vat
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taittlhlakh toLlahltit catt;141.4153t
ina quiret, ot Quist. tictentlato Ansel
560 Anew) Boulevard,
Suuday it;00, edneaciai 11, oat
Sunday School 8.30 clat
inn Lnurch ot Christ, ocantast, leylstaha
tsal suite kiotival bindlwav
untsay rano' 8100 cot
bunday 1.1:00 a.m. Wodnaaday St p.m
Posts andBases
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FORT AMADOR
Sunday School COG
Morning Worship 1000
'Church-time Nursery School,.. 10:00
FORT CLAYTON '
Sunday, School, (Building Se
120)
Morning Worship 0:00
10:30
Thursday tvening Mid,-Week
Service ,r I:30
Youth fellowshipStmday 0:00
FORT HOBBS ,'
Sunday School 0:00
Morning Worship, 10'30
Svening Worship 7:00
Worship Service. Madden Wye 7:00
, Worship Service. Rio ,HatO ...s $11:16
' Christian Youth COO
Soldier's Fellowships-Thurs. 7;00
Officer's Christian Linlon-,-Thul;L' S:06
ALBROOK AIR FORCI IASI
Sunday School ii:30
Adult tibia Clan (NCO Club)" 1:30
Morning Worship 0;30 10:40
Youth rollowohlit si... .. 6:30
tl,S. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
Sunday School 0:30
Morning Worship ..e 11:00
Holy Cormnunion fhlt
6 Month) ,
15th ND HBADQUART CRAPIL
Morning Worship 1;01)
1 (Holy Communion !int Stmday
of Month),
lisdie Station.
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FORT AMADOS , '"
Daily Mass t is 6:30
Sunday Masst:s ... 7:00 3:30
Confessions, Sattir.day 6:30 as 7:80
Sunday COO 8:25
liORT CLAYTON
, Daily Masa q 0:43
'Sunday Masses ii.1:45 0:00
ConIessions.ii,Saturda.y. 6:30 MOO
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OORT KOSIII ''
1 Daily Mau ''' 11:15
' Saturday Masses s A 0:00
Sunday Masses 11:00 itt li:45
Monday Novena:Devotions 7:30
'ContessiottsSaturday 6 ;00 7 :30
COROZAL -;
Sunday Mau $. 10:31
nLBROOR AIR roEcs ,
Da IlY Magi t 0:00
Saturday Masa ,...,,,.. 1:00
Sunday Masses ..... ttt 1:40 h 12:00
-1Soatualt--...... tt 1:00
9 Novena Services-Tueaday t..ttt 7:00
ConteaalonaSaturdaY t 1:0V
63: NAVAL. STATION.' RodnULO
Sunday Maas t.,t LSO
, Jowls
IPORT KOBBS
SaturdaV .. MOO
I.:SO...MB, Balboa
trinaY ,ttt.... ..... ..... '110
ALBROOK AM FORCE SASS
Saturday 4:00
USO-AVB (Balboa)
Saturday t. .. ,11:30
t ATLANTIC SIDS
- ,protestant
FORT DAVIS
Sunday School.AIld6 330 0:00
Morning Worship 10:3o
Prayer FellowshipBldg. 233
Tuesday aa a a a 1:00
KYSBWedneadayPost Zhapel 11:341
Choir Practic0 Widneldity
Post Chahol a 4. 1:30
FORT GULIVK
Sunday Sehool .44..4 110
Morning Worship 10:43
Youth Fellowship, Sunday a I:30
Sable Study, Wednesday ..." 1:30
Ladlea Chopol 41 Thum 1;20
S, NAVAL svaloN, Coto Solo
SundaY School a. a. 4a a 4, a a aa a 0:30
Morning Worship a 11;00
Eloly COMMUlliOn .Figt
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IFORT bAVIS
, Daily MR311 1:00
. Sunday ,Idau 'moppet (1:30
Contehalonsl Saturday COO
Sunday ft 035
FORT (AMICK
Daily Mau ,4 7:00
Saturday Masa . 7:00
Sunday Mane 7:45 & 10:15
Confeasions., Saturday COO is t:09
1,1 S. NAVAL STATiON C0;0 Solo
Daily Man k1.1, 044 4:00
Saturday Maas, .. .. 4:30
Sunday Masa
COCO SOLITO
Sunday Mao ;i
1 20
Jewish ','
FORT RUCK '' -
AMOY 64 ' :1$
e A !Greek Orthodox
Greek Orthodox services are conduct.
ad at the Church of the Anunciation.
Via Belisario Porras, San Francisco de
la Caleta, Panama City, LP.; and et
the Church of St: -Anthony. Avenida
Melendez, Colon, R.F., on diternale Sun.
daps at 9:30. For further information,
Call' the Office:of the Army Chaplain
82,3119.. ;
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Weekly Service! in all churches
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gATUNDAY: ,,,
Sabbath School 9;30 a.m.
Divine Service 11:00 a m. '
Youth's Meeting 4:30 p.in.
WEDNESDAY: '
B1ble 'Study and PraYer Service
'1:30 p.m. s
Pacific Side panami '
Pastor W ii, Waller Tel 29-3-3501
, Cabo Verde, Ave J F de la Osaa
No 17 Chorrillo 15th No 27 Pue Pueblo
blo Pueblo Nuevo 2-A St between 3rd and 4th
Sta. Rio Abajo lith No. 27 .. Gamboa
and Feijoies. ,
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'Pastor G. D. WilliarnoyTel. 1-580
pastiir A. A. Grizzle v Tel. 1402
Spanish Churches Pacific Side Penwell
. Pastor Norberto Quiroz
Panama, Calle Darien No- 1
- pedregal & Nuevo GLIAllia.
'' Atlantic Side
Pastor G. A, Jeffriew-,Tel., 38 126t
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Cristobal big & Bolivar Ave.
Criatobal Spanishlath & Bolivar Ave.
Central Office:
oe44 Gavilan RoadTel. 2-1339 & 2-353

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La Soca
Members of the Woman's Auxi Auxiliary
liary Auxiliary of St. Peter's church in La
Boca will make their monthly tor torporate
porate torporate communion at the choral
eucharist tomorrow morning.
Alter the celebration, a' meet.
ing 0. the group will be held in the
parish hall.
The Eucharist will commence at
10:30 cm. with the Bev. John
Spear, priest in charge. as celeb.
rant and preacher. -1
A mid,week celebration 15 ached
uled for Pedro Miguel on Friday
morning It 0:30.
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BAPTIST CHURCH
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, Cristobal
, Church News
A number of candidate's will be
given the right hand of tellowship
at a reception service in the First
Isthmian Baptist Church tomorrow
night.
The ordinance tof the Lord's Sup.
per will follow, the Morning Seri.
At the Morning Service the pas.
tor- will speak on the theme
"God's Message to the Church."
At night his subject will be "Thou
has conquered. 0 Galilean! s,
UNION CHURCH
' Gatun
The sermon by the minister at
ice will be: -"Spiritual Evolution."
The anthem to be, sung by t b e
choir, Charles Wakefield C a d.
mates "In Thy ',,, Mysterios Pre.
sencer with a solo by Miss Claire
White. ;
Other Sundarservices are as
follows: 9:45 a.m., Church School
with adult Bible class; 5:45 p.m.,
Youth Fellowship meeting; 6:30 p.
m. till 7, a service of prayer and
meditation, ,
At the evening service of pray.
er, worshipers' are tinvited to int.
er for a few moments of prayer at
any timeduring this balf.hour pa.
riod.
' On Thursday, the Helping Hands
Croup of the Women', Auxiliary
will hold its monthly meeting, the
time, 9 cm."
The choir' will rehearse Monday
and Wednesday evening!' at,6:30.
' UNION CHURCH 3
- Pargarita
Union Church Yeunis People to
Held Picnis Coco Sole
The Junior Fellowship of the
Margarita Union Church Will hold
an outing at 4 p.m. Sunday at, the
picnic area near the Officer's' Club
in Coco So'o.
Mrs., Chester Harrold, counsel.
lor, has arranged the afternoon to
include recreation, cookeout oupper
and a vesper service. Transporta Transportation
tion Transportation will be provided for the yomg
people living in Margarita.
The Margarita' Church has also
announced that it will conduct' a
Daily Vacation Bible 'School June
9 to 20. Mrs. William B. Dixon will
be the director of the school. She
will be assisted bs an excellent st
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Ei-Labor Union
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On Perjury Rap,
CHICAGO (UP) John J. Kil Killian,
lian, Killian, former Milwaukee labor
union local official yesterday WAS
found guilty of perjury charges in'
haven falsely denied Communist
&Illation 'when he signed a non nonCOMMUnitit
COMMUnitit nonCOMMUnitit Affidavit 'under Taft TaftHartley
Hartley TaftHartley Act provisions.t,,
A sealed verdict, reached on
Thursday night by a jury, in the
court of U.S. Judge Win G. Knoch
was opened Friday. Killian was
released in $1,000 bond pending
the outcome or. arguments for
new trial, scheduled for, May 13-
onIce previousl was
found guilty on the charge, but
a U,S, appeals court reversed the
verdict after the MS: Supreme
Court ruled out a verdict reaclied
in a almilar cpsa inv9Ivina a mine
mill and smelter workers' 'union
official.
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held at the Union Church in Mar Margarita.
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ranged arranged for the children coming
irom Coca Solo.-
Other youth announcements from
the church include a Sunday school
teachers and staff meeting to be
held Tuesday evening at 7:30 p.
m. Mrs. John Leach Sunday School
superintendent will be in charge of
the meeting. t
At the Sunday services at Mar.
garita and Coco Solo the pastor's
sermon will be entitled 'The Good Goodness
ness Goodness of God." Assisting in the Min Ministry
istry Ministry of Hospitality' will be Mr.
and Mrs. Noel Gibson Sr. at Mar Margarita
garita Margarita and Mr.' rnd Mrs, Gordon
R. Dauermeyer at Coco Solo Holy
Communion will be ierved during
the fiervice at Margarita.
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d" Rev ELTON VICKERS
8:20 '4 ,TWO MORNING SERVICES-, --; 10:43
-"AN ANCHOR FOW,THE HOME"
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While homes are drifting 4oung.. people relecting
authority of parents, and divorce making a mockent
Marriage God is looking for spiritually minded
Special music and testimimi "elm Wootls,,,1
SUNDAY SCHOOL' (Oasis tor all' ages)
Rev, Elton Vickers will, be introduced to all depart.
ments in the interest of Christian education, Loot
for new and progressive step to be taken, in our
' F3unds,Y School, ,
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. 8:20 4 IWO MORNING SERVICES,-- 10:43- I
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!.7;30--"Therel Be Some Changes Made"
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to the need for great onantitiee
of vaccine during the polio see.
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keys monkeys who ate crumbs from the
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kgo 10 5 .667
rancisco 10 6,, .625 IA
multi , 7 5 .583 Vs
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burgh 7 6 .538 2
idelphis 6 8 .429 312
Angeles 6 9 .400 4
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TODAY'S GAMES
Cincinnati at St. Louis
Mirwaukee at Chicago.,
Pittsburgh at Los Angeles
Philadelphia at San Francisco

tESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Milwaukee 100 321 000-7 92
Chicago 000 001 601-8 13 1
Conley, 'Johnson,' Willey, Little.
field (0.1) and Sawatski, Rice.,
Drott, Mayer, Lown, Elston (3.
0) and Taylor.,
(Night Game)
Cincinnati 011 000 203-7 12 2
St. Louis 030 000 00G-3 111,2
Lawrence (.1-1), Jeffcoat a Ad
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Jones (0.3)', Muffett, Clark and
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Pittsburgh 058 000 000-5 9 1
, Los Angeles 001 601 10x-9 10,,1
Danielsi Perez 4(0.1),e Raydon,
Blackburn, Gross, and Foiles.
yodres 4.0) j, Labine, and Itose,

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Philadelphia ,8001 000 010,2 8 1
San Yrancisco 002 00110x-4 7 I
SOford (2-2) and Lopata.'
1 McCormick (1-0), Grissom and
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New York( 10 4' .714
Washington 8 5 .615 .112,
Kansas City 18 6 ''.571 '2
Cleveland I .563
'Detroit 8 8 .500 3
Baltimore "'- 5 8 .384' 412
Boston 6 10 .375 3
Chicago ' 4 10 .286 8
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' TODAY'S GAMES
Chicagold 'Washington
Cleveland 'at Baltimore
Kansas City at New,york
Detroit at Boston ".
-',,YESTERDAY'S RESULTS'
Kansas City:. 010 000 000-1 4 1
New York' 302 000 30x-8 12 0
Terry 2.1)':' Cra'dd6c1C, t Dickson
and House.
Turley 13-0) 'and'Berra
Detroit 000 000 000-0 7, 1
Boston 001 000,23x-6 ,..13 01
'Bunning (1.3), Spencer,, Morgan I
and Wilson, Law. s
Sisler ,(3-1) and.White Daley.' :
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Washingtna-010 000 100'1-4 8 1
Donovan) Staley 0.1).and'tellar.
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Baltimore 000 000 100-1 e',2
Grant (3-0) and Nixon.
Loos 0-3), Lehman and Triandoa.

Pacific Side
Cricket tlevis

Batsmen took most of the hon- 7--
ors as play in the first round csi
the matches in the 1958 Pacific
Cricket League ended on Sunday
April 270, at Paraiso between the el
Paraiso and Womack American
Whisky C.C.,
Scores were' Womack American
Whisky 162 for 3 Wickets declar declared
ed declared and Paraiso C.C. 771 all out.
A brilliant innings of 85 by Ash Ashton
ton Ashton Waite and 41 not out by Ed-
ward Jordan was ',he foundation
on which the WAN. batting was
laid.. :
, Waite ended this 'phase of the
horses (
season in dashing style as he tar. L01115
ried away top honours by winning
the three principal prizes given tUcky D
by the league for goof- 'perLorm. starters
anee (luring a season. They are Probably
bowling average, Nitta. average Their w
and highest individual score. Cleft'.
Batting first on a good wicket. As fin
the W.A.W- opened with Rey ids Perts wi
and Kerr to the bowling of Holders edition
and Wil limas.' The pair played classic
confidently. but when the scored. Van,' Ti
board read 14, Reynodls was sent ward,
back I.B.W. for 13 runs. Waite fol- mild.
loped and at,once was on top of
the bowling, playing &ma the Silky
good ones and- sending the bad fornia c

levee( ana ar,once .was on bop oz i , ,,.
the bowling, playing down the i Silky Sullivan, the tolorful -Cali!,
good ones and- sending the bad fornia colt, was the t sentimental
one to the boundries when pos. favorite of minions of Americans.
sible; however; Williams bowling He's also expected to be the fa.
is medium pace with goold lenght vOrite of the crowd of more than
and variation soon had Kerr sent 100,000 which will jam old Church ChurchLILL
LILL ChurchLILL for 7 with 2 wickets down ill Downs Saturday. ,, ;
for 33 runs and Jordan joined Jewel's Reward lost one of his
Waiter the firmvorks began until running mates when Jet's Alibi
the scoreboards read 462 for 3 -took a few lame steps Friday,
wickets. ..''' morning and a veterinarian rec.,
, I '. , ' ommended. he be scratched. The
: ilowlin4 for Paraiso Williams Hasty -House' Farm- decided to'
took 2 wickets for 42,11MS, Shan run I Can Trust in the' Swaps
1 for 33, 1. Brown 8 zuns for 0, Purse preceding the Derby and
I Lord 12 ler 0,, Bruton 20 for 0 and take him out of the ,"big one." 1
'Holder 25 for .0 wicket, iv Can Trust had been entered in
' In- their tutn at the Wickets bOth races. -, ,
Patois openers, B r u t o n and
., Dark, heavy clouds hung over
Seantlebury played ,the bwlinil ,Churchill Downs all m a r n 1 n lg.
comfortably; both b'atstnen scov, About noon rain started to fall.
ing at a fast rate and when Sant- The' weittliftmad 'predicted seal
'lenbury was dismissed the score tered thundershowers for Friday,
was 33 for 1 his contribution being and Saturday with a high of 75.
10. Bruton continued determinedly , ,
however, but at 16 he was bowl-
ed .and caught by G. Brown, s '. ,,C"Ild Ch,a,ngs Mind.' .,

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horses dropped out of the Ken.
tucky Derby Fridlay, leaving 14
starters for today's race which
probably will be run in the mud,
Their withdrawalhardly was no.1
ticed. e
As far at the Majority of ex.
ports were concerned, this 84th
edition of America's top- racing
classic 'belonged to Silky 'Ruth.,
van,- Tim Tam and Jewel's Re Reward,
ward, Reward, All threa can run in the

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, 'Williams ,the' other, batsman
reaching double figures smashed HaitY House could change its
mind and start Can' Trust. He
the ball again and again to the
turned ,in his best races On off
boundries in making tfie highest
tracks. But a muddy strip then
score fortis side. His 28 'Wall
madw in dashing style; , would -eliminate A Dragon Kill KillBowling
Bowling KillBowling for W.A.W; Biown.,er, who can handle only. a last

.13-ow- Ifni for Biown ler, who tan hapdle cob'. a -fast
,nntlired wielmte fnr 11 runs track. ,

captured 4 wickets for 17 runs, tract,
Kerr 3 fiir 25 and A..Waite 3 for Two withdrawals reduce the ,to
- , tal valiie of the Derby to 3160.500
Umphes were' J7, Tudor and A, and the winner's purse to $115,400.
Barber. t,, caused ,a shift in jockey
; The league's prizes'. for the assignments. Manny Itcaza, who
match were won by a. Brown for was scheduledito ,bstidlt.tlet's
taking the most wickets, A. Waite Alibi tiro:Maine Chance I Earm,
'ior the highest score. ', ?IOW Will Hde Ebony yearl
, stead of Dave) Erb. Erb also
, Knock Out Competition was bumped out of the Derby a
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, f - year 1110- when 13111 Hart ick
The second phase of they Pad,. switched from Gen. Duke to iron
fic Cricket League in the form of Liege after: Gen. Duke was In Ina
a Ina "Knock Out Competition!' 'will Aired.
begin ,on Sunday May -4 .at Par. ,Areiro,- the' Kentucky
also between the Clovelly and PC, Derby champion with ',five wins.
raiso C.C. Play begins at 12:30

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Bu. k
At the' en of the competition IC 9
prizes 'in the form of cricket gear b,
will be given to the winner and v
the runner up. Individual prizes letor
will be ,given for performance in
each match but batting bowling
average will not be taken into con
1 sideration for the donation of
, ty TREN
I prizes.

Set For
and Phoina

A Nassau-style handicap golf
tournament will be played .be .between
tween .between employes of the Engineer
Section, USARCARIB and the ern ernployes
ployes ernployes of the Civilian Personnel
Office on May 3 ,and May 4 at
the Panama Golf Club and t h e
Summit Hills Golf and Country
Club,
The tournament will consist of
36 holes and Players will be us using
ing using three fourths of their respec respective
tive respective club handicaps. PlayerS will
be' paired ts evenly' as, possible
within their handicap brackets,

The point system will' 1:4 used
to determine the winning team.
One point will be given for the
first nine, one noint for the second
nine and one for the total.

' The first 18 holeS will be PleY,
ed at the Panama Golf Club. and
the final 18 holes at rthn qp.bmit
Hills Golf and Country Club. Tee Teeoff
off Teeoff time at'both courses is 8:00

A' trophy will be preSented to
the winning team 'and will be re reImined
Imined reImined by the winners for 'one
year., In the event that the tro.
phy is won by the same team two
Years In ,stieeession, the winners
will be awarded permanent pos.
session. ,

Players who will represent the
Engineers in the tournament are
Sollivan, Charley Youngblood,
Chick Mine. Earl Best and Wes
T(Pnoe ,The Civilian Personnel
Division will be represented by
Jack White law, Pat Waring, Louise
Jones, Dt Chandler. Hank,. Finn
and Julio Hernandez.

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' :, Brigitte Batdot in
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1 Sihtana Pompantni in
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Ditty champion :with ',five wins; gotng

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TREVOR., SIMONS

,Botit the Buie le:team of Colon, ti
recent winners of the Atlantic C
Teener League, and the Atlantic o
All Star team that over-ran the ti
opposition to gain the title of Can.
al Zone Teener champions, will bi
honoredWednesday night at .! the' a
Margarita Clubhouse with an el. a
aborately-planned dinner.
League and team officials, play. t
ers from the Buick team and the i
All Stars will be honored guests. 1
Parents and friends will also be
welcome to' attend Wednesday
night's dinner, but will be requir,
ed to pay a nominal' fee. Reserva.11
tions can be made by calling Rob., (
ert Weirdo at eithei 3-2139 or1-1581 I
no later that Wednesday evening.
"At a meeting of the VFW Teen- 1
er offi.dals held at Curundu last
Thursday night ait unbiased selet.
Hon was made for an all.star team
that will represent the Canal Zone
at Hershey, Pt; in the annual
VFW tournament scheduled for
August, The Canal Zone at Hershe
Pa. in the annual VFW tourna.
meta scheduled, for Augut. The
Canal Zone renresentatives will be
defending champions, this y e
having won the,U,S. wide tourna.
, ment in 1957.
The 1958 standard' bearers for
tht Canal Zone will be under the
experienced direction of Irl Sand.
) ers Sr. Saliders has expressed his
tomnlete satistiction at the ?Win.
nel;' in which the selection of the
) Cansl Zone tesni vas mado.4is a
matter of fact, the enttre 15,Inan
e team wes unanimouti ebnitt
everyone reoresented At the meer'
Ing. assurinc Cntial 7nola n
beSt mogsible team to defend their

rio.;;;.embe. rg of the Canal Zono
ibaroolonshin atlotiel wero me.
leeted among the 15 playera.4They

rides Jewel's Reward. Ismael
Valensuels, in the Derby for the
first time, rides ,Tim Tam for
Calumet Farm, Willie Shoemaker
rides Silky Sullivan for Tom Ross
and Phil Klipstetn,
One of the largest crowds in the
history- of the Kentucky Derby ts
expected, at Chur chill Downs
whed the three coltIL clash. The
Stevens catering ,firm never has
had so many requests for reser.
vations. They plan to print 118,000
programs,

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- Will lam Infield ',
,
'There was one fly the tiint:
pent. Churchill Downs counts 4
upon jamming 30,000 persons In Into
to Into the Wield. They would bet. 1
tally unpr9tected from rain there. 4
But it wouldn't, surprise anyone o
who has followed the Silky Sulli Sullivan
van Sullivan saga if Jhe fans stood there
all- day long in a cloudburst to I
see their' darling run.
,'Thel'horsemen strn favor"'Tim
Tam, who Comes into the,' Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky Derb a dead fit horse and
a 'much better one than he was in
Florida where he won' four stakes.
Those, victories included the Fla Flamingowhen
mingowhen Flamingowhen Jewel's Reward was
disqualifiedand the Florida Der Derby.
by. Derby. Even tratner Jimmy Jones,
ttuletilv confident that he,- a s- the
hest horse, admits Tim Tam is
"on 'the imnrove.'!,
,' Jewel's 'Reward alsa ha's 'his
staunch supporters; He Is. in, Der
feet shape and reaclY to run.
Trainer Ivan- Farke clainVi -he
PERyetaoin tu sabes 'flue a Ina ;
isn't worried about the outcome
of this one.
-Vet' while Silky; Tim Tam' and
Jewers, Reward ,dominated tre:
Derby, talk; there were several
others out toi.' grab the 'big 'prize,.
R6uudinit,out'the field were W6e,,,
reit ',G. (tett Church): 'Gone FM FMin',
in', FMin', 'MAIO Neves); Martins 'Rul,
Ish (Conn McCreary): Flaming
(Gordon tlisson); Lineolti toad
(Chris Regers)'; ItestIrtatol
(Dciug bodson);-A Dragon Tiflei
(Johnny Adams); Chance It Tony
Logan tatchellory," Noureddin
: (Jim 'Combest),4 int! Itenedieto
(iRobby Dever);
Mud would improve the' ibances
of : 'Warren G and Benedict. who whor
r whor are, at their best 'in hesiii

letpry-Dinner

:ednesda

are, pitcher. Brian Lutz, Infielder 1
Larry Wilder and two Combine,.
tion catcher-outfielders, Geor ge
Cotton and Dewey, Whitaker. The
other 14 metnbers of the
team are Robin Moreland, Jeffrey
'Leon, Warren Marquard Maurice
Bellanger, Jose Rodriguez, Leon Leonard
ard Leonard Hakanson, Eddie', Donahu,
and Keith Kenway. Luke Falun.
bo,' one ,of the leaditg coaches On
the Can. Zone, who aided Sanders
in bringing a championship to the
Atlantics was selected as coach
for the team. f
All season activity ir tow be.
Wild us and the Wednesday nieht
dinner at Margarita will be a fit..
tine tribute to 'Sanders. Palumbo
Greene and the lads they led to a
pair of chsmnionshins.
But the Hershey tournament still
lips in froht of us anti the league
officials are looking lionefully to
the baekinv and sitonort of till snor
hm enthusiasts mt the Isthmus' in
an earl to Onets liftPin bring home
the nationst rhsmnionshin froM
Hershity rclonuter tiettelfq pro now
on sole, your sunnort eould verv
well he A. soirk neeflel io assure
the rinal Zone of another nation.
aI title.'

THANKS' BIG CAR
7 LOCKS ;HE An, tneland RIP),
--Goorge Raffnrd, who claimed
to be the only railway norter
with a Rolls Revee. thanked the
ow-foot-lone' hood of his 26..yesr
old ear for saving his life. The
51-yearold Radford. who earn4
t9R Oveek. said, after a collision
with a shorter vehicle, "'If I'd
been driving the, sort of ear
you'd ixpect to tee a working
1 man in. I'd nrobsbly be in the
I mortuary by now,"

One of the largest fields of golf golfers
ers golfers to enter a local tournament is
expected to shoot qualifying rounds
in an effort tot nail down one of
the 128 qualifying slots in the 1958
annual Lucky Strike Invitational
golf tournament which gets under.
way this next Monday, May 5, at
the Fort Amador Golf Club. Quali Qualifying
fying Qualifying rounds may be played any
time between May-5 and May 11,
inclusive.
Entrance to this tournameht is
extended to any Isthmian golfer
holding it Panama Golf Associa Association
tion Association 1958 membership card. Mem Membership
bership Membership cards may be Imirchased
at any local golf club.
Qualifying rounds'must 'be play played'
ed' played' in three or four:ball matches
with the lowest posted handicap of
the golfer determining his flight.
There will be 16 players in each
flight
Limitations for each flight will
be: 4 4
Championship and frit flights flightsHandicaps
Handicaps flightsHandicaps 0 to 8
, Second. and 3rd WitsHandl WitsHandlcaps
caps WitsHandlcaps 9 to 13.-
Fourth and Fifth FlightsHandi FlightsHandicaps
caps FlightsHandicaps 14 to 18. t
Sixth and Seventh Flights-41an-,
dicaps 19 and up.,
Spot prizes of Lucky Strike, ci cigarettes
garettes cigarettes will be awarded through throughout
out throughout the tournament as well as oth other
er other valuable prizes.

, e' officials- of Alt ,Fort Ama Ama'
' Ama' " I
dor-Colt .Club lave gone all out
to help make this PGA:sanctioned
tournament one i of. the best ,,, and
haver announced thabany players
',desiring a. starting "time between
7:00 and '9:30 cm, Sunday, Mav
Saturday,, May 1.0i. or Sunday.-
lVlay 11, mardo so by callings Fort
Amador Golf- Club. on' 272-5230 or
;2725231g,,

'Amador Go It club members are
reminded- that the. Summit Mills
Golf Course is open to them any,
time-through 'Sunday" May 11. ,-,

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: (1.1P),Four
Mori' American track and field
records' tumbled in the :,past two ,1
week!, maktng it skfor the '1358 o
outdoor season, 'but some:of the I
most impressive feats of all; may
never Aided 'in the ,record
bookt 4-
." sp; 1010
Those, are' the doings Of Refer
Jihnson,. 200-pound I,TOLL senior
who in the past Ahree :weelts, has.
exploded 41en tremendous triples
in weight eveots...-
?Johnson isn't among the record
breakers, but Oh successive week weekends,
ends, weekends, the '1950' Olympic' decathlon decathlonrunneruo
runneruo decathlonrunneruo bas tvroUght hat ts be.
Hived' to ,be' the three best :Shot
diStusAaVelin, triolet, in histor;
the 4 Nat'l:mar Collegiate .0Athletic
Aise:' Trick Service Ilureau' said
todhy, 4.,,,-sc, ',411i4v.
atikid4' a Obit Stanford': be
had 1-111'1,',1170-0 '3-4" and; 237-10
the'three "events; "the best one.'
daV tnd ,cireermarkt ever b
collehead and iinite likel- never
mateehd Oren' b it post-grad,'.1,'
N,CAA' sal& A 4.
.
' 'streak' 'toward nevi
foyne- stared bAori112' against Cal:
. Honda .; 'Midi 'lie 'spanned -54-6:,
ig3-0' arid r'291-10.' He followed
th"at. on' Aprirlfras. he Unwound
51-.K.-,1,64t6, sod 2,23-11,12.:
.',! The record!, filmbled meets
throuelt ,Ahril 26 were
Pharlie Dumas,!USC htgh lump lump34,
34, lump34, s6-1112 aqattist Occidental Col Colleg,
leg, Colleg, ,April' btletitiot the 611 :1-8
,- of time Shelton ..of :USG set in

,Max T r u ex. also of ITSC,
clinned -two-tenths '1off his own own8:55
8:55 own8:55 .twimile tetanclard ADril 19
against Cal, only to have Mex
Fareson. Arizona State's 25..year-,
old Auitrallan 'sophomore, skate
g:s1.3, a yeek later at the Drake
reb131sl'' i t
Texattrrenoreti! bv" an ,unoffii
dal :44.6 by Eddie Southern,
ortmeA thre e,fenflis off Califor.
nia's 17-year-old mile relav mark
of 1:09.4 at the Kansag
'Three teams in the Kanps re relove
love relove Oklahoma (319.5)., Houston
(3:19.6) and Oklahoma State
3:19.7) Tan under Cal's new
sprint medley record of 3:19.g
ereeted ,tust three weeks earlier
at the,Texas relays,.

PATTY, DROBNY IN FINALS
, 4
PARIS (UP) The favored dou doubles
bles doubles team of Budge 'Patty of Los
Angelesan d Jaroslav Drobny of
Egypt reached the final round in
the Pris., International tennis
tournament, Wednesday. by win winning
ning winning two matches. They will olay
Paul Pemv ;Ind Jean Noel,Grin Noel,Grinda
da Noel,Grinda in the final, ,

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By FRED DOWN , : ,.-; 4 ,'
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major league roo es :w
ki as supposed tole cne cf th3
poorest in years but you can
- 't prove it by the Cleve- ',,
NEW YORK; May ; (UP) The 1938 crop c
' ' ' d't f th Giants
received cre i or e
hers lefty
Both these sixth-place fims
t 1 h although he needed Mary
of 1957 got off to fine starts' with u
r mP 1 bel in the ninth. -Jack
land Indians and San Franeisc,o Giants. ,, ,, ,, ,...,,
i
Sanford, NI. rookie of the year,
Jim (Mudcat) Grant, a big right rightI
I rightI 1957, now stands 71-2 for, this ','
hander who was with San Diego
last season, is the Indians' early
leTurleY,
the help of two rookies. , .. Grissom s p
who' had pitched tete r
candidate for roolde of -the year
run of theseason on Bob Cerv's
afid hard-hitting Orlando Cepeda
eight homer but otherwise mowect,c
and Bob Schmidt are playing key
down the Athletics with ease. Tony:-
roleslor the surprising Giants'.
honors in the American ',League previous shutouts, yielded his first
Mickey Mantle, had three hits and
nine-inning victory last night as
the Indians beat the Baltimore 0- Bill Skowron homered for the Yen.
Kubek, filling in for the irdured
Grant turned in his third straight
rioles, 6-1 for their sixth victory in
Pascual struck Out 10 batters in 0
eight games. The- win put the liv tbe first four innings and wound up
diens in fourth place, onlY t w I) with his first win when Julio Sec--
1 games behind the league -leading quer, batting for the Cuban pitch."'
'New York Yankees. - I er, singled home the winning run '
Cepeda delivered a rim-scoring
with two out in therlOth. Rocky ,,
'single that kept his average at .317
Bridges, who doubled with one out,-
and Schmidt smashed Ms thtrd tallied the run that ,' dealth the'
hoiner of the season off Jack San. White Sox heir '10h loss in 13'
ford as the Giants beat the' Phila. games and fifh by a -one .,' run''''
delphia l'hillies, 4-2. The Victory margin. Pascual's strikeout totallr'
and left. them 0111Y s
was the Giants' 10th In 16 games was one short of Malter- -Joh& t
half game son's club record. ' b'
behind the first-place th i a go Sisler did not, alley a Tiger te
reach third base as he registered'
Brilliant pitching was' tbe4 ord
er of the day in the other Airiest
can League gamei while ether Na. his third win for the Red Sox. Pete
Runnels had three bits and Jim.
my Pieisall two. te lead the Red
tional League LactivitV was fea Sox',,rattack on 20-game winner
IBA -Turley fired a four-hitter.as
ured by heavy 'slugging.' -- . jimIliuming; who st ansd1-3 for
the Yankees cooled'off the Kansas pie Cubs 'pulled out their Most t"
City Athletics, 8-1-, CamilO Psscual sehsationkil victotY Of the seasmil"
struck. out 13 batter's to lead 'Abe after tieing the spore' with a six.'-'
the' current campaign.; .;, A ,, 0
Washington Senators to a 3-2, vie- ren rally in the seventh inning.'
tory I over the Chicon White, Sox Jim .13,ol ger smashed 'a tbree -' run
and Dave, SisleY's' stx-hitter,,eoeb. homer diming the big' frainr ivhielf,'
' led the Roston Red Sox to' beat the routed Gene Conley.' Don tiston;''
' Detroit Tiver,' 6-0, in .the, other fonrth Cult Pitcher, gained his thir'd,7
A.- ,,I.. gemos..9 .- '-'.., ,,, c vAn in relief. '',, '' '" ''''','
. In the N.L.,', Walt Morvfi's ninth- Crowe. bammerecrouf two sing.'"
1 inninet. homer lifed the, Cubs to an les and a homer to spirkithe Red- "",
I R.r. triurenh oVer the -, Milwaukee legs to their third 'win tri a rovi.
Braves, George 'Crowe knocked in IBrooks Lawrence' went 8 1-3 In. ''',,
, Rix rims as the Cincinnati Revilers ninga and Hal Jeffcoat finished un-
toppled the Sktouis Cardinals, 7. for Cincinnati while Sam Zones suf.'!::
1. and the Loa Angolea Mod vers fered his -third' loss.' the Cardinalb ia,
bouneed back ileciin'a N-1) deficit to have lost four straight,- seven out 1,
end the Pittsbitreh Piretes",,,,six. of eioth and II' of'14 ZaMeS.'v t
ga Me winning atreak,.; 8-5.,,,f,,,,. 4, Relief ,ace Clem Labine permit..
Grant., v40' 'ha a 'Yielded ., R Alts ted' only: one 4v,,Palle",kurno hitt :
I end fnurruns id hlithree victorie er the lhat '311-tinnint of the Dodt'
i struck out thre,; betters and wItlic, gers. who 'were rocked by' a five:0'
I ed, only one. The Indians backed run'Pittsburgh 'rally in the 'second
e him with an Mille attarlr featured inning. The Dodgers; howeier, tal.'l
it bY is bonier bY 'Minnie, Mifiosedend lied 'ilk tuns to 'go -ahOlid in 'the'i
t a trinle bv Bete Avila...,,Billy Imes fourth.'Don 'Zimmer' led thektot $
4- 10St- Mit third 'straight for Rani. Angeles ,attack vvith three bilk'
,
t more- ,,, ',,, 4 ,, ,.' ,, , , three runs bitted' in end twe row':
r Mike. McCormick, young bonus scored.' ' "- -",

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By O'NEIL HENDRICK activity on field alsto- Will keir
them', home at night,"' he said.
WINSTONSALEM (UP)-- Vet. Iminortality on the diamorictl;
eran Sheriff Ernie Q. Shore tame to; Shore int June' of 1917. '4.
earned baseball immortality as a A yduthful pitcher named Rabe :'
perfect game pitcher, but his, Ruth wa On' the mound for th
greatest achievethent ,may be as Boston Red Sox, leant:44
a hitteragainSt crime. mates,, who fated the Washington
" 4 ; ' Senators. , 1 t A
The former mejer leaguer' has(
carved out an enviable reputition Heart Big At A Berm!

The former major leaguer has
carved out an enviable reputation
during his 22' years law, en enforcement,
forcement, enforcement, 'but 'he admits' the
"racitet" is getting tougher all the
time ', wf v
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-----' "-- -- --- --ci --i .1A ili. It 't i R th' bett ':
forcement, 'but 'he a mi s e wasn one e u s er,
"racket" is getting tougher all the dayS. When the umpire called hit' '
time '' -' ', 4' t.', t , ; ,i,t' v Lii- fourth pitch a ball, Ruth "blew "1 -..
,,,:.,1,. A'' -. ..' '. his top." He was ejected from'the'l
"Crime is on -the increaae, and game', for protesting too 'Ivehemzst
partieularl3N A-itivenilet crime," -he ently, Shore was called te, tht r.
said., "Crime, amobg, 'elm' t4 teen- 'bound to relieve Ruth.. k''),i, ,,,,- 4
agers has jumped tremendously." '- -, ' ,, ,'
But Shore doesn't blame the The righthander threw his first
juveniles as much as be does. the strike to second base, nipping an
parents for.this "crime Mem.", attempted steal by the man Ruth
immortality Came In 1917 '' walked. ,. --, ... 4 ',,-.4, ', ''
,
t "Ninety per cent of our juvenile Shore retired the next 26 bat.:
crime can be traced to the tett and Boston wen the ,game
home," said the 'St-year-old sher- co, -, --1, 4,- ,-, ,,-, ,,
iff who advocates closer parental ,, ,,... ,, i.,,, ,,,, ..,
supervision. '. -, g ,' z "That was my biggest 'thrill in,
For his part, Shoreviould like baseball," said Shore.,
, to see more recreational facili -, i, ,, ,,, - - 1 ', ,.. -, ':
tiet and programs for youngsters. lie said Ruth was 'one, of tho
Does, he think baseball might' he first to congratulate ,him on hit
a lorel against crime? -- pitching feat. ,"He was a fine fel fel4Tertainly.
4Tertainly. fel4Tertainly. Put the kids on' the low, with a heart as big as a,
playing fields and you'll keeP barrel," said Shor,e. , :
them out of ,,,the pool rooms and -,-.-, .,,- '4,- .0 ,, I ;
o'f the street corners. StrenuouS Born ', on a farm in Yadkin
,

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The team at Tann Pintlia 'and

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Born on a farm in Yadicin
County, N.C., Shore, first attracted,,,
attention as a high school pitcher, r
After a fine record at Guilford
ipseball. Several seasons in the
minors preceded his, jump to the
Baltimore' Orioles. in 1914. The
Isame year he moved over to the
,Boston Red Sox along with. Ruthl
' isen Sheriff' Sines' 1936 -441

The first wprid,! war,AtQrrupiel

,
George Motta 'will meet ',the his playing career,,,ant he served -,
Angel Delvalle-Earl Omnhroy in the Navy. He joined the New
duo in the finals of the Pena- York, Yankees in ,1919,- hut xould xouldpa
pa xouldpa Doubles Tennis ',- Tourna. n't find the old power and later,
merit tomorrow at 1110 'at the played in the .,,,-,Paellio.. Poa0,
Panama' Olympic Swimming League.. ',' 4?1'1,, .1" ''t '44 .,
Pool tennis court. ' '-' , ,- 1 '-- -.1 ?-( ,
", Pinilla.Motta yesterday ad- Shore quit baseball in 1922 aria:
vanced to the finals by win- came here to, enter the' automo,.
ning their senilfinal match IL- bile business. That folded during
gainst Dill 'llele-Bill Ilele ,Jr. the depression and -he sold 'mut.
on default. A leg iniury to the anee before entering polties.
elder llele prevented him from With an assist to ,Ilis baseball',
playing, , ,' ,,' reputation, he unseated a veteran
' Newsreel pictures''', of ; the sheriff and has latched, ,on thl,,
match will ho taken and run in pos himself since 1936: '..,.., ,,,,,,,'
,, local moviehouses. All Canal , ,,,,
Zone tennis players and mem: 11)iierhilike'(4pfaying cops gill
bers of the El Panama Caba- robbers?" ,
; lia Club are especially invited "1 'wouldn't 'trade it for any.
I
to atend the match; , thing else in the wprld," he sail

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1 t ;7- - --7 - Lo d I i 1.. .. .,'1
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- '' El", TO ' , ..,,,,,, ,-- .,- Chick Mine. Earl Best and Wes 1 r 4
.-- oli ,, IJE..1 ,,,,,,s; TPIMP trThe Civilian '. Personnel I ' , , , , Intrit
il r-, ,3(7)("),...
, Panel
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t" THE P.L'3 1111111.1S ,- Division will be represented bY
, so Of
, , .,, i'. Jack Whitelaw., Pat Waring, Louise k I ( f i I q -,. r
,, , P001 I
' Pin
r! P-1 F.3)1210 gtn Jones, nt Chandler. Hankr Finn 1
' .' ',:111.111 CNLY ub and ,Jullo Ilernandez. ... vanct
CAPIT000 'TIVOLI'.,' VICTORIA ''RIO hing
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Cafe.taltr----:31, Today -- tncanto -- 35c:'. 1 ,THE l), KIA,MMAN,-
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r----) IIIDDIE101 'UNCLE Batman and Robin 1 LarrERY ilICIHTI elder
NVith (lord Scott Chapters 10-12 '
with Joel McCrea , ,, TIIE RACK PlaNyel,
Brigitte Batdot in I ' '' -' Also:
ev... Crea La Femme ,-,.,,,,...,,.., A1SO. mate
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Hurricane, sland -The Crearlumerican" ..local
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. IIUNTRESS , PA.SSTIME Zon
---11' ' l' WANA EVILI1! II Sihtana POMparlint in ,
' rill 8 D .. 4 "LA lLOI DES RJES",- II with David Wayne with Brenda Joyce' SIERRA JUSTICE with Tom Ewell n-a c
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'.-:!1In4 6"8"U u.. ''''''"' ' '' ' feet shape- and reaclY to 'run. 1
' , ,- '':.:, , ,,e, '.-, 7 warns, the other batsman
. Hait Hous could chanie Its Trainer Ivan- Parke clalin4 -he
, --, di IIINIIIIIIIMMI6 :' ' reaching double 'figures smashed
, ,, mind Yand steart Can' Trust. He PERyetaolh to saberque a Ina :
, -., 4- '''" the ball again and again to the
highest turned in bis best races on off Isn't worried about the outcome
i! , --1, boundries in making tfie
tracks'. : Butt a t, muddy Art then of this one. .- ,,,-
, ,, E) aulT,E , ,.. score for'llt side. His 28 ,, :was
woulwdhoeliemannaeanA DragenP Kill. Vet' while Silky; Tirn Tam and
w ''' 63gee. ' 'TODAY
- ', .. .,-.. :utr madw in dashio style.' ',." ',',
, 0.An' Bowling for. w.A.W. G.' Ilrown, el'', h die only a last Jewel's, Resverd ,dominated pre':
1 ''' ---- '''-' ''-.. '', '""" captured 4 wickets lor 17 runs, track.. , , Derby, talk; there ,wer0 sevPral
Kerr 3 for 25 and A Waite 3 for Two withdrawals reduCe thilo. otheT .out toi" grab the 'big prize.
' 4 .4 ' ' ' ' .' tal valiie of the Derby to 3160.500 Reuntimp,,,mit'the field were Wa1r,
'''. '''' ' ' ' ' ''' ''1.. 2711. M'pir'ep Were: J7., TUdor and A; and the winner's purs.e to $116,400. re, il'..G.. (Ken Church): 'Gone Fiih Fiih1
1 Fiih1 --- 0 '' A trIEAT RELEASE! u '.
., , Barber. !,,- ,'. : ''' It lily) -caused a shift In jockey In', (Ralph Neves); Martins 'Kul,
, .. i ., i-' ; The league's prizes'. for the assignments. Manny Itcaza who lah (Cops McCreary): Flaolings.,
i -4- ' NEW KIND OF HORRORt'. -, '' match were won by (1. Brown for was scheduledito handle,,,:jet's (Gordon GlissOoll ,,141rOltl. I N.9a0
4" ris ROgers) Tted Hot Vstol
-----..-- q''''... taking the most wickets-A.- Waite Alibi for','Maine Chance tram, G-h i ',
- 1 ''',1 daz,-,a.,-43' ,v,-,s-s-'7.,....,, N:1 N ",-.Y4,4 crwts4r4W.;',,n.1-- --"! i'or the highest score. ' .-' , now will Hde Ebony Pearl In. (Ming Dodson); A Dragon tiler
1 irig 41CZtat:Lx-t-:-.7-., 4'-'"' ''''''''4.' .-..'''''st,,,e,'. , .., ,i'' . stead of Dave) Erb. 'Erb also (Johnny Adams); Chnice It-Tony
. -, ''. '' Knock Out Competition -, was bumped out of the Derby. a Logan tatchellor); Nourelidin
:, ij AT CLAli lk -,,,
;Est , , year PO when Ell H a r t a e lc (Jim 'Combest),4 ind Denedicto
.
' , I, -' -tot ,,,...,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, fi cmceri:kecerLed fighuaesei:totehtiPmlepfl- 'twieltgeeheadftierr7nGeGne..m, wt)ouelvderim);pr'jeve the'' ihanees.
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.r ' 'I 4---fir,
- sl ow Duitrieke, wt:sirionn. nrubdy ...
A, a "Knock Out Competition! !will Aired., :,,,, -,,,, ,- ,, t,: ,,, .,: of Warren G and Benedict who
13 t'l h a
" ',i begin .on Sunday May -4 at Par. ,Eddie ,Areariti ;the', Kentuky also areat, their es ,, n el yy
,. tio,,,o, ,, aiso between the Clovelly and PC, Derby champion .with ,five 'wins,. gornu, , ', .
',:.
''''''''''. BLOOD! 44,,w''''''''. .;.: f I, raiso C.C. Play, begins at 12:30
4 4,,,. 11 , .,
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L IT,FEEDS ON .... .,' zit. the en- ii'ol 'the' c;'-OniPetiti'On
P.m; ' ''A''''' ': '' '' '''. Bliick, Atialitic All-S rs ,,,.: ;
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THE IL OD OF, , ?. prizei 'in the form of cricket gear .. ,I, , ,,, ,, , , : , .. ., , t A..
I BEAUTIFUL WOMEN1, 1 will be given to the winner and
the runner up. Individual prizes Vieloty-Dm.. tier', We" dnesday
, ,,.
will be,given for performance in , , ., .., ,. , .- ,- 7,
each match ,but batting bowling ,, .- 1 fl ,, .,,. , - -. ', t - ' -'.. ',..,
,,, average will not be taken into co
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r' --":7;, ,', rr--1' ; 111111111diellUel TOF V": 41, L, u.; uenn, w arren al arquaro maurice
t'a,..,osnitle.eielegramchatameprolPles,uwilllabiBellanger, Jose ,Rodriguez, Leon.'
I L '''' '"' kl:',;,:;.',t0,:::,... ,,A::, ., '
' --' s ' honored), Wednesday night at ,: the' ard Hakanson, ,' Eddie', Donahui
,, ;,-.:4,,,,,,,,:. ,,,,:" .-,,$,,,,,,,,,x,1,,,,,,,,,,;......,-,
sqt .. 4, ''', ,I. ull Summit:and Panama' Margarita. Clubhouse with an 07 and; Keith Kenway.. Luke Palm'.
1 (-) aborately.planned dinner. ''.':.' .- bo, one ,of the leadmg coachesOn
... iiiii -,,,,,I,,),,,,?E,,,:,,,i
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! , ., League and team officials, play.. the Can. Zone, who aided Sanders
r.'',.. :,,..:. ', "' A Nassau.style handicap g o 1 f
'- 11( 0 ' ' ... 'V''''':
- :.,.,.?r:: -::::,:.: tournament ,will be- played ;be.
era from'the Buick team'. and the in bringing a championship to the
, .3., .,ZNt, i s .,. J :' ,..',: ,. ',,, tween employes of ,The Engineer. All Stars will be. lonored guests.' Atlantics, was selected as coach
i ' i 7 Section USARCARIB arid the em
' '--.""1' ''.:TO'NJORROW. & MONDAY- l'al!"r!'"..","...'h,,.
' ployes 'of the .Civillan, Personnel
,,,..,.....nn.;,,r Othffeice ,on MIT 3 ,and May 4 at -
Parents and frrends will alio. be fo,r the. teantn;.,. :,q.-..i., .....,,,...,,,,, ....,
night's dinner but will be requir. AI:Season activitrir tow, be..-
welcome to's tt e n d Wednesday ....,., ,, ...... ..., ,,,., :.,,
- , WEEKEND. ItELEASE!,;. !:: Panatna Golf Club and ,.t h e ed to pay a-no' minat fee. Reseltrvha. hl.;x1 os tanmd the liji edne. sday nicht
tions can be made by calling o ., di ner a argar tuwill be a -ft,.
. ,,,,,,..,,,,, .. ,..,,'s 4 Summit Hills-Golf.'. and Country
ert Wainio at eithei 3.2139 or1.1581 ling tribute to 'Sanders... Palumbo
.:..-..,....,:,:.,. 11.7.SZ.,,,,,..."7"."...-;'.;:" (.: 7.1 ,,,- Club, i ., 7..i: ..;, ..,.;; ..,.....,,
''' no later that Wednesday evening. Greene and the lads they led to a
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uFneaWdn'reelleaenset.. Piia'piruit:tf htreeohifni-'temr:spi ()Inv.! ht, aol nnusran at h.m. e'. e n1 pia. s. tui I' e'l
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' ''''''''.A.L.,, '''''.::.".: ,' Th1 e .t.eur. nament V.,"'ili':ConSist ''of ',,,'At a meetingdoftthceubl:
' :,'?..,0:I,i'.i:iiivioiloalt,::,.iii,iki:i:,,:i,,:,,i,:,,-., ...?y,,..; i'4;A-iy,i :.',,,,., 36 holes and Players will be us.
t ', !'.i4',.,.9,::,..iIi,!..4,I,KRCI "Na.,;:,.V.,:;:il'i,", 'v.."' :14?. ''....': A' ing three fourths of:their respec. er offhdals bel, a r ,-
i 'AgittP:Ali...,:kl. ,,',Wi'A''.-..-':.I
" '. tive 'club bandicaps.,,,players will Th
Hon was Inade fortatn:
ursday night alt un la
11 sstarsteam. officials aie looking bonefuli gto
1 ,::- .'7..i!ia'slii,'IlI '''''.-1,;,:,...,,',A;E: :". '. ',.: be' paired ss evenly, as, possible
1:,,;N:':':',111:A::',Ak:;,:5.:,;' ,,ni',:.:iig::': ' ,,o,-.--. .., ''';', within their handicap brackets,,: at Hershey; P .,,,, the, annual trig enthusiasts on -the IsihmitS131
that will represseo int', C-anal Zone the brickinv and imn,,Ort of 0; .0t,
, .. ,. ,. ,, , f VFW tournament scheduled ,' for An eroil to 0114 StPitt bring mini;
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''.:::.'::::',::::::::'::: ,,,A,, ., to determine the :winning team, na Ifer4bm, rei nut r t It t
August, The Canal ZOSS at Hershe' the nationgd ,eh,,m,i,molin ficuil
Pa., in, the 'annual., VFW toti. l ,n e .le 11 er,,,,nov
,,,,::,:-,:r, .;i,:.., : ,-, --, ,4,Y.,':. one,, point will be given., for the ment scheduled, for Augnt,,, ,The on pie, ,Your,,,.siinnort emild, verl
. ,,...1',:fti:;.i':', -,4 ,:.-- -):,i- -.., :. In noint or the 3 011d
., ::':::,.-omii,:: ,,e, ,.!,:,i,m;,iii: ,,,...:i, ,,:::,. A ,,. fIrst n e, one f ec
itt
1 .,:- nine and one for :the.. total,. ., ,.' Canal Zone renresentatives will be well hp thA enirk tieeflel ie acinn
defending champions this -.y e at the cinal Zone of another 'nation.
' :-.:.; 1P.71V",:;.;.;,.,,.,...,i:.:.:.:.,:,,.... .- ..Ni:i,l'iiO',.t :;". .;V:, v4, '' .. ., ,:: ,.,-,..., .i .. ......z.',: ; having won thty,S; wt. de loom& al titlei'.,:,, ., '', ,,, s ......, ,........,,
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the winning team 'and 'will be re-
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two ing assurinf the (ono 7n" n er t9R11 Week said after a, collision Egypt. reached the final round in ..
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FACE E:V7,--
DAT, MiT 3, 17:1

, SALSOA' MIXED LEAGUE
t't ,
Teams Won Lost
' Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer 31, 20
, Firestone Retreads ,,, , 30, 21
Turco Preducts. -. ', 29 22
Life, Savers ,,,,- - 28 23
Gillett Blades' ,'-' -,'!' 2712 2Mi
National Electric Center 27 24
' Shams Gift Store -, ,- 27 25
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. bonito Tornadoes , 24 27
1 yd Brothert Ins. '24 27
P trechi'MllSie ,.: ,, 4' 2112 2914
Civa Vauxhall 20 31
"Aldens Mail Order ', 18 33
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, eading.,Ayerages---- menStin.
Ion; .Sotot Xead, (IrOmen): Man Mantels,
tels, Mantels, Store, Btqchette., ,,,
' thews i'Pelst 'Blue AtIbbon p
,The."Make3line-Pabit'? pinsters
suffered ,a reversal of form. De.
apite, the, factthat the Jeague lead.
114 ;Beer,' sLiesforce was handed a
gift,of 26 pine, per game f r o in
ShAw,:they could ,,not crash the
wmpe'rs -.circle and are now hold.
' ing tirat vlace 'by -that precarious
, mew of one point.,None of the
, Blue RibbotOovilers pr bowleret.,
tes,qallitllf 'over' the 5c., figure,
whereas the Shaws',Gift 'Store had
iverybodY,: except one' In, the set.
'ect clieritele.,The three' males, tob
Carlin f 531.. Lee' Clontx,, 03 and
' Nick 'Nickisherf, 5111 kept Trudi
Gerd company' with her 501. r
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-:. Itiristoine,,,3 Lis Savsea 0
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,i tile firestone Retreads' are roll.
, hit en 's, smooth road-of 'succees,
. tin& they ,rolled intti at:eon(' niece
. Ind treotralling.the leaders Iv one
marker;With5. 3 members of the
' strong ,eit toppling ',the pins 'with
rerularity, the Oarosele in theyire,
't stoni,camp .seved their g oo4
"'ernes tor-sonic other night. Ttob
- storey' tuned o 568, Jerry 11111 a
506'30h0 Y4104 other nioht,- Rob
. sigeey stacked st.568-; Jerry Hill a
80 5.1nd John "Fdens,: 564. For ;the
Life Batiers,,- Who need, Salting be.
- ...r.i3O4,,vers.1,weekql thee tonno4
-the !letgue,aPd now they stint'' tn
- foi,-,11104.,91,1rt DAveatt get 525.
an4 Diek La- Beau Sit .s. , ,.:;,
,' ; -,'-!.,'..:-,,.. ,z' ..... :.: ...
!' :Ebonite- Ternadoes 2 Turco 1
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... Tlettoottes,were terriadoeCtibt,
p 2V.T11!tiN stuiPlev tore- into the 11
cot lnrnduCts avith mengeance: ',),Ey
eniin the lest, game they had Dien.
tv --of .nower,,,,but 'in it do-or-tile
stgkit''..,Tureelltiliiteed, one poinL
. liti'd ,beld-on third place by-a bait
Big-.Jorge', Soto and Curly Bates
telteled tin with.ltsey bitsey Lydia
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! I au 'Id' play' havoc with Turcos,
'Jorge jammed a 533 scratch and
- ,s-,1,1-toni ,ond,ruriv counted 500
icratili ,and 563 hdcp, and 'Lydia
Inh-1, ire 542. I'n offset ible trib,
, tru;','4 Arnoltandhfel teidner.helo.
: 42.:1;e:12,10,,tirrhatt to ,ot Ifkillt tei
' 'Pee ;mint. Russ 530, Mel 540, tens
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Cive,Vitniball 2 Gillet ;Medea I
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' i ,: li ,I004 ,somo hieb Dower rolling
. ttf 'foul Tivi Vioichall tars to take
.' l''",''4419 'of th,4 veyooved 4illette
. Oklues Blades. In the first game the
tlho,,,is',', ernypl ha' difference in
, fayer,410VVittlithell, who took the
' 'atteord.Without the bonus. but in
- the ,right CaP the 'twills vas or.no
yvt;I ,Illectitte. tile Gilifee AlAne5
:- shaved the Vauxhall,comnlettly.,,
' ,,, '. Ira Alt team bad -its, IA f' hero.
for Vauxhall it was Tom 111(:1 With
4 Phi' htle41,,itt., itorl for rlii140-44;
Ito4,-inato,made ,bis debut ,with
a 54 .evi.,atch.Ilerie0,11,ort were
. levier hotoeso Rov Walker,-,Veux.-
, 4),,,;,y,,, exi,oki..1,31liti,r sir sArqteh
erd 0 5 at4 h'egot able assistanee
fw,t riiritrr,o'OIA, 141;"1 515, For
the Gillette Bill Bleykley of the
74,1;--n foye niv-h hi'l,v,1 for r,ns.,
iftlim .1net ouGorgat, arreited
sio,fan4 Itrov, Multin reoleing
the ill Tirol ritowed biA a 107. -'
. ', ., "Alsi.dt Arohere 9 -,
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1 4..4 i, National Electric i
.: Twe,;efit'S' IM'ore IA 'the nieliteap
.tahlii; WV tilt. Boyd' Brothers In.
''-' airlines would- bave rolleeed- the.
full 'Pretninin,,butlis it were the
' Ay...settled,' for2 to l'.' and''' ate
nowOrily I noints out of the, lead.
Their., eonst,nt rise is rsyine- Off
''. dividida.:The ,short end verdict a
- retest she N11-inPsi Floe'ric whilo
' harmful ,dfrd not cut them put of
... 04' rack cause while in fifth
plait, theY are' only lour; points
- ins prrears;,P1 ,of tho owls both
. brother .and Sister Pelicans made
, tha honor 51 frAterniv, :Doh ;tow
, : rt17-00e4 hIS bettei tolf Miriam
.; 500 lo 505,:tn the Murhhy rim, it
, f 'will the :other, lytty around. Nancy.
, ga4tre RAY' a lesson 541 to 511. And
. contriletie, Abe' fifth IT9rvv Reno
521...,T6 gnvo'i aid. it' doll fra OM
, thil..oiyelo: )14,1111w ..019,1r eloz -435
tirtT)Al214. ChOtfoir '517 for the
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,- 1'1'1'1 Intithe, tioll Myrt Mangels
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'At;lotnit MA; or or
' Groi-hs Mu's lc 11,
tho rOOliet of Cotorel Avonoe.
tbe Aldeni )ktoilordoi throw off the
rtrotil) tc.r.tiietn elobliet
e1' thO flrocho lituoie' Store foto
t2kine all throe
,rolvtA; Thiet wot thr ,most success.
Jut, Pi2t.te4.Or t1,4 Al4iteroor cot.
de Aldont. Four of the CRlf1-
10t?,t (0'6.1'04 ton ont;-11 vo,te gene.
et Wilitims 54t 41k the Ift.;.
' 566. At vArree'tocil not ricryv
,TtAynOs 339 to' 5.:Ift. For 'the Gioehi
, D'd,9!)r, tor'hq P'e 16,1 shoo'
Ott 3111,, bo Frank Leh Lehrant
rant Lehrant 517 ;wit ,',I)14 5ot,
----totigue-roterrl Dott6
'nrov el t P010
rb611'10;01
t,r,,,m t'
eirr'eorit -etnr.,ing tho rarlm,
teenis xill'hlet to soivi this prob

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lem. The fame of the -local Pabst I yda
tilue Ribbol team has reached the
home office in Peoria, XL, who ,,
will feature the local team in their i ,
company publication.- ,, ,
7500 MATERIEL MIX MASTERS leener
,-, ; : : ,. were set
Teems : - '' '. '-' W ,1- Thursda2
Sinith Cordna t.., -.-- ..,' 20 2 ing of th
Mister Misses .. ', 6 3 League.
Sparks -.-",". ,. ? S. 4
Gutter Rats -n- 4 -.', ; 1 5 The zit
Snarks ", ,. ; ','' 6 n 6 13 to 15
Remington Rand '.! '.. ', 4 6 thinidng,
2 10 and care
Blinds, Overdue :
, ,. - - ; - fielding
-', Smith Corona 4 Blinds 0 committi
, ,, s,' .i ''' worked v
This twat the first 'Of' the alf or for year
nothing matches which were, the best pia:
style this week' in the league; unenviab
SmithiCorona got the all, and the should gi
Blinds got I utting. For the second fair and
week in. a' row, the Blinds Went which it
on the lanes with two bowlers '
short,, and this proved their) undo. Of the
ing. Of course the. three strong an Lutz,
boys in the Smith Corona lineup mirati a
did not, help -matters; because all member1
three stuck in those 4'500", series.' Their ex
hitt Mingin 519,- Bert Moskowit;
131 and Harry Rouse-515. The trio ment 'at
timid,. 1
of Blinds that did show uo wasttd
surably
their excellent efforts, such as should h
Dick Me Goige's 566, Karen Guy. AuguL'
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or 339 end Phil ,Guyor 521' ; 's Th
- : 'msit'Sr miss.' s 4, '' ; 1 ,,) theortleacni
. Remington Rand 0 e
' ' ' ,. Ratemer
- In this one 'the blesier Misses Rethgebl
Wilder,
did not miss outiin collecting four,
Batchelo
winning. markers.-,i. ne Master lo eas
Misses admit that thvt had a wee.' reasons 1
pon which is hard to beat, name. the teen
ly 113 pins handicap,. and in every the uni
game thes' needed this generous selected
helping of pins, because; the Rem
ington 'Rand made a 'noble fight of Forces 1
the Fat
it... because they ,went down, by 1 hen me
pins id the opener, 38 in the !in- Donahue
ond,. and four in the finale For
the-business machine nointet. Rob !extort ot
wood, CI
tort Jacques end Claude Hays grab- ,r1,' .
bed the enoPoht Wi4"h "1 Itt;1152 ''' 'The ,,h(
For the 'Masters. Al,' lleiree With 01)1 as it
sr end Dan Cardin 500 made the man Fie
print. ,:-....,,,i; -'''.,- .'. '' ' '' '''''
' I ,i, ,'' games al
i ".1 Sparks 4, d'Uttee Rats 1 ......' Sanders
''.' ''' ''' '.';'," , .,n,',;, h ve tht
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In- another,4 lei 0 :result. it was lion by,i
the 'Sparks,- that' ,,Itivie the got --
out to ;the linter' 3 as..',IThe Se inl :' '- ii;
.
Patrick that' le,' the- rest to ,i ths
slaugher.-.was' 'Vince Santell., of Olt
the Sparki.- he threw ; a mitts' 135
scratch. ,
sell.re',Ofitt, 540 kdetel let; l' -''t
I to4tightitttitif him storm' wei ton
Hay's' with 34f' and with that land
of tOpnling; of : the tennins. 's t h is CI
nnor ,Gutter ,Rats, did, not have 'a ', ''
chance. In factner y a rodent nib. A l,
bled on that- juicy diet of ,"300 It
bowitnct. The- cinsie,it t's 4h mark It
las Pierce Newton ivitk 495. '
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, ',. Smirks' 4 Overdoes I
4 ', .. BOITE
' Completing the :Alt or ;nothhtt. Bolte
notern. the Snorka orphluvivx ofr ban cl
the' jackpot, leaving the.Overdnes beatt.ou
very rinuch overdue in collecting with 1
some points in. the winners circle. Pacific
While on thel done Ishset,,,bo11 Monds:
teams were eirenlvjelitebed..' the Santa
04110 sontet womb ohornoo The manag,
biggest Snark was Jint Minima, nounce
whn wog tho so Fhnt koolos ntho ,-It W
night, he as the only one to tit Bolte 1
q 200 gamo, ho hod tho tlighns; ,spot C
scree Berl's .340. and eith tbs., ehamit

rho ;Off host hih(Peon 515. Wit11
Orertfues. everythinv'weot 'arrow.
and not a loll! male Or femsite
were pleased. beennie of twelve
'fool bowlhig, thobighemt score,
was 134

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,,BOSTON, May 2 .0.1P)Catels .0.1P)Catelser
er .0.1P)Catelser Lou Berberet, acquired by Bus Buston
ton Buston in a straight player deal with
the Washintton Senator', will two')
ably join the. club in time ,for to.
dav's game, Red Sox officials said

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Berberet, who has a lifetime
major league batting average' 11
.261, was traded yesterday foe
Ken Aspromonte, a rookie second
baseman who hit well in the min.
ors but has hien a disappointment
to the lied Sox.

'rhe Red Sox figured to streng strengthen
then strengthen their' weak hitting catching
corps by the swan. Catcher Sam Sammy
my Sammy White, who does most of the
Ruston reefiving, .ha.s pever be,en
blown for his power at bat"
Iterheret, a lefthinded
will see 1001ot-of work,aegording
to manager Mike t Higgins. lie
he nlanne4 ,ro me his rew
eateher "esneriall3r lit New York
DeireW",and atide'l 0114 41
know he'll nrOve trale'ble' to the
club." jligeins saiti 1," would
probably arrive tomorrow,

Tour Remalp
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The defenderi of the Nationali
1 eener Baseball cha mpionship
were selected in a spirited session
Thursday evening during a meet meeting
ing meeting of the V-F,W. Teener Baseball
League. , , n
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The new V.F.W. All Stars, all
13 to 15 years -old, represent the
thinking, after close observation
and careful sWdy of batting and
fielding averages, of the seven
committee members ',who hay&
worked with ball players of all ages
for years: Selection of the fifteen
best players was ,a difficult ', and
unenviable job and much credit
should go to the committee for the
fair and disinterested manner in
which it made Nt decision.
Of the fifteen toys selected, Bri Brian
an Brian Lutz, Gary Ness, Frank 'Am 'Ammired
mired 'Ammired and George Cotton, Were
members of the team tha tcopped
Their exoer;ence in the' S.W. Na
lima' Teen-er Baseball Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament it Hershey, Pa. last year
'should help the new team immea
surably in -the tournament this
AugusL 1
The other playerif comprising
the team are Dous Pajaki Kenny
Pesrl. Curty Schwartzrock. Johnnie
Bateman, Bobbie Fortune, Buzzy
Rathgeber,) Mike Klippen, .Larry
Wilder, Dewar Whittaker,. Bud
Batchelor and Sal. Gerardi.,-
In case, of illness or for other
reasons that might oreclude any of
the toam'from making the trio to
the United Staes, he commiteo
selected an alternate from each of
tht Fastlich, Curundu,, Armed
Forces and Atlantic, teams:- Ru Ruten
ten Ruten Rivera, Armed Forces:. Ed
Donahue- Atlanfic: Paul Under Underwood,
wood, Underwood, Citrundo and Freddy Hudd Huddleston
leston Huddleston of,Fastlich
The boys had' their first wor
01)1 as It team this morning at Jar Jarman
man Jarman Field., Ft. Clayton, Manager
Sanders plans to get in as many
games and nractiee sessions as the
weather. wilL permit and', Should I
have the team in "peak condi condilion
lion condilion by salting .date.

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BOITE yv Sports lace-q
, Holte W, 19511 Panama soft.'
, bail champions,. will play sa'
bese-out-three-game e r es
with Abernathy, Canal Zone
Pacific side 'champs, beginning
Monday afternon at 4:30 at
Santa Rita ballpark, W
' manager, Willie Parcells an-.
nounced today, ",
,-It was also rivesied that
Bone W will meet' fate ,Cool ,Cool,spot,
,spot, ,Cool,spot, Canal' Zone Atlantic side
champs, in a slnillse series
scheduled to get underway at
Mount Hope. Stadium, neat
Spturday, May,10. at 7:30 p.M.
- The second game of the
, Bolts W-Abernathy series vvill
be played Wednesday and a
-third tontest, if necessary, it
set for Friday. All activity will
be held At Santa Rita, 4
In case of a rained-out game,
the contest wilt be played the
day atter the scheduled date.,i
An pdmission fee ft ten cents
will be charged.

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The Panama Area Armed Forc Forces
es Forces Swimming Championships will
be held st the Fort Xobbe, swim swimming
ming swimming pool on lune 21 st 6:30
min.:. it wait innounced .thio week
by U.S. Army Caribbean Special
Services.. '
Prelimisnriei if neceskary,
will 'be held on lune 14 it 2 p.m p.min
in p.min events where more than g,ilt
cOnt6stonts tti'e entered.
Alt comnetitors from Forts A At
t At mgdor, Clayton,: semlick, Xobbe,
Armv Atlantic snd the 15th Naval
Diqtrict will be allowed to com comnett
nett comnett In 'no iinire than three 6-
ven:sexcluding diving. :
As has been the vise in 'nre 'nrevInno
vInno 'nrevInno years; indivichtal eomnetition
will bn conducted along with
lournit Cho moidlohinA com competition
petition competition will be conducted in the:
1. 50., meter' free ntyle
2. SO meter lutterilv r
'3. SO meter backstroke
4. 100 meter free otyle
10100 meter breantstroke t

Rumors t that RorberA .svould I metcr nuttertiv
-ceme to the Red sot havo been in '3. so meter backstroke
the wind for some'time only 4. 100 meter free style
last Sunday., hp, tolfL newsmen 10100 meter breaststroke t
liko- vinthiti,o., better than to 3. 1.me'er soringbards mitt 3
playfor the' Red Sox.", meter torinstlinsr&A' 't
, ,150 meter individuat medley
Asorontonte. whn hit .334 during 1'7 9()1) ".1.'er mtbrilflt re101
his stay at San Francisco 'whew' There will, be nne comoulsor
that city, svas in the Pacific.Coalti five ,nntiona0 elves for div.
Loa efue, a PPRrentlY was -pli min et in eortestants.' The comnulsory
ed from Red Sox plans by the finelidive dm drawn by 'the'refe..
rerfcrmance this sesSon of r,etelree 10 minutet prior to-the con conRnnhe18.
Rnnhe18. conRnnhe18. former Senator. 7 tegf f
Lliat, season Asoronionte led the If nreliminaries become' a nee.
Pet, with a,',.314 averarle and was ossify in the diving events.' 'veil
the all-st-r sPeonsi bsseinan,. Call- nonlestants 7, will Iv reattired ,,,,,, to
e'A 'MO in the year,' he nee '''senr-1 com-iiisesp Fed One
rarAlvl well for the Red ,Sox 4ntionP1 The six bllhest
!lids fpr this Sessiin his. 0"0-"' ,fhe
'1,1s been tineert-in And he had on 'Is tv--1 to,.
ly two singles in 16 at bats.. wards the championship.

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BOWLING WINNERS 03Ionel Arthur P. Hurr, Commander of Albrook Air Force Base pre presented
sented presented the Albrook Squadron' Bowling Trophy to the Headquartets Caribbean Air Command
teant who 'won the "B" Albrook league. Maj. Robert Glass, DCSPersonnels and Administra Administration
tion Administration at Caribbean Mr Command, accept6d the trophy as team members look on. Left to
SSgt. Robert Morrow; -TSgt. Timothy Dwyer; TSgt: Nick Simrak Opthind MaJor
Glass)-; rMaJor Glass; MSgt: George Fabjance; 'Colonel Hurr; Capt, Delbert Ladwig; and Ray Raymond
mond Raymond Medina.(Official USAF Photo) ,, , 1

--LThe first horse
Ivan Parke saddled for the Derby;
Hoop Jr., '5, won. Four years
,later he tried agein. Olympia led
for a mile, then tiattenedRut, NoW
the Dem,. ldahao, native is back
with Jewel's Reward.
"And Ebony Pearl" he remain&
ed. 'Not a top A as Derby
horses go, but he may :help us
control the pace; Runs pretty good
on the front end, you, know.",
As rwith heads,' two horses are
hetter than one in' a race 'where
tactics can,' plar an important
part. Parke' had planned to team
the. Jewel., .:Aor Julius, as he'S
known around, the bartt.,4,r, !Mt)
Jet's Alibi,' competent, 'and inu,
proving. but had to switch when
the latter picket' up it stone bruise,
Derby trainers. are notoriously
Optimistic. If Don Quixote were
around these days, touChed IV the
spell of spring, the blue grass
-eteticism and I sufficiency, ,, of
Mem' he'd nO, doubt be touting
Rosinstes to' Win by 10, breezing.
Parkes optimism' s b a led on
firmer stuff, namel perfor.,
Pl"re :1'
"The 'only l'ace pour horse has
,Ioet at 3 was 'on disoualification
and in 'that one' he led Tint Tam
st. the wire. They, may best him
but until ther do must believe
the3 can't."
, What if it should tome tinmucl.
with' the track deep and slippery,
es' harmers hero where' there is
no under layer of smut?
"Makes no differehce. Our
horses can tun on( a tin roof."
a novelle. we agreed this
would be lometifing to see,- Eirt
Silkv Sultivsn's worsbtonert heti
advanced no, such claim for their
idol.
,, Parke 'grinned.- ; "maybe he
hasn't ,riel it vot.o's
Tnfornied opinion; tO sti'cumb to
settled nn 'Tim mim,
Jewel's' Reward and the Calif.,
come from-be-hinder ai the big
'three- in SPturrise's' horse, snee'lle
pier. perke sold,. yes, that's bow
it looke& ,..!.Bot actually P trlin;
et !caret. koow a grest deal About
, the 'other horses,. he's too busy
ovith- his,own," '
HARTACK OF HIS DAY.
.41448, Parke Is one of our better
horsemen, Fe trouts from ti horse
mined .01110. Six of his brothers
rode Anti traired, "To rode in his
frist ;race at 8,, a quarter horse
enmnwitinrc on Jerry huilti track
neir'his r.
Not. many. seem to,',rememher I
111.-t los day he woo be me'
MCCOWN rider the i"1""",
'23,,,when he was ,only' 16, he won

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the national championship. Next
year he repeated.And in "45 he had
48 more wins than his nearest
rival when the' strain of making
weight forced hilt to retire. Other.
'wise he would have been the firs,
and up'to now, the only rider to
lead three consecutive years, In
short, he was the' Willie Hartacis
of his, time.
In short, lie was the
Hartack of his time.
'-, His biggest thrill,'; howeiter,
came as a trainer:. the day Hoop
Jr., won.' His interest the horse
was ,more than Just that of a
trainer; he had singled him out
at yearling ;ale and Add him in,
for 'Fred, Hooper, ,A Montgomery,
Ala., businessman.
'Hooper wanted to get In TaCing
A.routual friend in Memphis ask asked
ed asked me to advise him.
"I was racing horses of my own
at ,the time. That'a why I was at
the' sale. I anted to add to my
eick. Maybe I 'would have botight
for myself. I can't quth
ft,,ly say, Anyway, Hooper :got
,him for 00,200." v
, The kicker is' this! Hooper won'
the Derby with the first horse he
ever owned, a milgoa to one shot.

SO THE GOT. PONDitt
From riding to training is, a
common aeouence in racing.,
Yet Ivan, of the many. Parkes, is
the only national champion who
has saddled a Derby winner. Earl
Sande might have made tt if Stage
'Hand hadn't come down with the
m,lseries two days before tha
anewal. Stagehand was fresh of(
an, unprecedented double, 1,ros
1 von both the Santa Anita Derby
nd the nondican.
Parke still' maintains he had
the best Parse in the Pan Derby..."
Olymola Olympia couldn't handle
the track that dal It had been
harrowed and rolled to acotn
modste hitt it agree un
flaky and: cuppy, 'and the result
was lust the otions"0 to the obi.ct.
lye. A slow track that only looked
fast." Obvionelv tin rflof would
have been better, Ponder WW1 in
1:04 1.5 and ni Darby since has
been so slothfilly run..

HOLLOWAY' INKS CONTRACT'',
CALGARY, Alberta (UP)
Chuck Hollijway, wingback of thO
1956 UCLA team which olayed
',he Rose Bowl, sigrert Wednesdal
with the C919arv S1111111vierg of
'anada's 'Western Football C 0 0,
Tenet., ffelloway 'nlaved 'with the
"ort Ord, Army team last
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Rifle Matches Tea In

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Based on the results of the
S: Army Caribbean Command Ri Rifle'
fle' Rifle' Matches the personnel listed
below have been selected ss
squad members from which the
rifle thin to represent this com command
mand command in the forthcing All- Ar.
my Rifle Matches will be select

The matches are Slated for
May 26 through June 7.
Selected 'were: Sergeants First
Class McFeeley, Wen.
ceglao'Torrea.Rodriquez and Mal.
colm ro, Crowder; er ge tit s
James 'Gray, Harvey E. Woods
and Ted L. Specialista Third
Class Alfred Afileje, Harley Gr
Wrasphv and r.lames, C. Clemens
and Priyate 'First Class Richard
Walters all of the lst
Group, 20th Infantry.,
Also included, are Specialist SpecialistThird
Third SpecialistThird Class James. Farley and
Private First Ciao Richard ,L.
Sullivan,,hotk of the -164th AAA
Battalion. ,
The non-firing team eaptain
1st Lt. Frederick P. Simon and
the administrative NCO, Wilbur
J. Halley., Both men are ASSiEn.
ed. to the Lst Battle GrOup. 20th
Infantry., ,r t ,,

' DURELLE TO GET OFFER,
JOHANNESBURG, South' Africa
OR) The Transvaal National
Sporting Club plans to' offer Ca Canadian
nadian Canadian light heavyweight, dam damnion
nion damnion Nvon Dutelle SIN for
hnut here. nub matchmaker Dave
Marais said he would like to have
Durelle leo. uth African tham thamWon
Won thamWon Mike unit it an outdoor bout
in September. ,

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SANTA' TERESA
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SANTA- ADELAs
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',SANTA' JUANA 1
SANTA' NAM'

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Edg3s GIS To GrE
School Bathetball Lead

Sails
Vancouver

With 40 seconds to play, Gary
A10,xt0nder knotted the count st 4
with to SviowtAes hnolo rhAA,
outstretched arms of defender Bill
Gibson Roseman fouled Alexand Alexander
er Alexander ahortlY after this and Cary dron dronned
ned dronned in two clean eharity tosses
end the Red rand White were in
front to stay. Deleendo nut the lc.
inq on the eoko when he stole an
prrPnt ,l7'400er nolo and went the
rest of the xlistsnce.sfor the final
2 mints. t t :
It was a tight game'all the way.
CRS took a'S' point -lead in th0
opening tninutes., belt this WAS the
bigest difference throughout the
entire ,Pontest The first misrlet
found the l'i,ers in front 14-12. the
'half was K2 and the third on,,rt
er 37.3R all the time with the Tig Tigers
ers Tigers in front. , 0
t In; fact, -BIN didn't' 10allyt-go,:in
front at anytime,until the fourth
quarter, when the. fortted a 5 point
lead on baskets by Barbara and
Cplbreth. Th Tigers quickly' cut
this down to sin, however with a
2 nointer tn0 Chin.,
It was Eddie Pabon that really
the Tigers in the- game.- Not only
did his 15 points lead the scoring
fon the Blue and Gold, but he,senr he,senretil
etil he,senretil when it really counted. With
a minute and 9 aeconds of phi still
on the clock. the Bulldogs had a

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Balboa High School 'rode to the ing for the Bulldogs with 21 points,
fop of the Interscholastic basket and played one of the- best de dehall
hall dehall competition by taking an fensive games seen at the Bal Balertime
ertime Balertime game froin the visiting Cris boa gym in many a night. Cul Cultobal
tobal Cultobal Tigers, 58-54. It was a real breth was good for a big 18
cliff hanger all the way and had points, and along with Delgado
the small but vocal crowd and Alexander secured enough re rescreaming
screaming rescreaming for all the second half bounds to easily offset the decid decidand
and decidand the overtime, and most of ed height advantage Gibson and
the first half. George-Kirkland give to the Ti Tine
ne Tine Bulldogs perch on the top gere.
of the ladder might be short lived In the two preliminary games
for it is shnply a matter of per- the Bulldogs made it a clean sweet)
ceritage, points over the Tigers, by taking the frosh game 3-29
and this they can take care of text and the J.V, contest 47-46 in an anTuesday
Tuesday anTuesday night at Balboa when other overtime game.
they come over to take on the tail' The hox scores:
winkss J.C. five. - BHS (581
With the scored tied 47 all at-the Player FiFtToPli
erd of the regular time, the two Alexander 2 1 5 3
teams went int() p snirited 3 min Barbara 8 1 21 2
ute overtime neriod,There was too Culbreth t, 6 6 18 4
stalling around, tryin9 to keen rot Cunningham 2 0 4 I
ressien until only. a few seconds Delegado 3 1 7 3
remained. Both teams kept driv- Morrir ',-,' 0 0 0 2
ing whieh resulte4 iv pmn)erone Nahmad 1 1 3 4
fools ()utile anxious players went. 22 58 20
all out., ,
, The Tiger, opened the scoring CHS (54) ,
in the extra stanzi when John Sasso 0 2 2 5
Boseman dronned in a charity toss Pabon 7 1 15 2
to be followed seeonds later Gibson 6 0 12,r 2
Bill Gibson tinning in s two point- Rneeman , 5 3 13 t
et. Rant Barbera, Bulldog ace for Chin , 2 2 4
the oieht,' peoreft one rttlintpv ond Kirkland 3 4 10 2
then teammate 'Rog Colbreth mit Humphrey 0 0 0, 3
the Bulldogs even with the Tigers 21 .12 14 10
at NO poinfs.
With ono minute a7 seconds to C la
Po Ted Chin made it 52 for the amnanella io
ITivirs with a beautiful one hstid-
er from about 25 feet not. Pio nel nelRedo
Redo nelRedo tied It fmo the 'Dors with a
TakeitTo
layup to be followed seconds 1st- -,
,
bY 15osemans' field goal for the, wi Irk 1 Sled da
Tileri. , tor vAtPhilitalitin

Fi FtTp Pit
2 1 5 3
- 8 1 21 2
6 6 18 4
2 0 4
- 3 1 7 3
0 0 0 2
1 '3 4
22 14 58 20
, 2 2 5 a
- 7 1 15 2
6 0 12,a 2 a
5 3 13 t
, 2 2 4 a
' 3 4. 10 2
0 0 0 3
21 12 54 10

ALIP
3 points, 47-44 leadThey started
to stall, but it -went haltwire., IldtP,LIS:,1
t-40 course of the scramble for the nal 01 net"
ball Wendy' Sasso WAS fouled,, Ito Unlimited AK:
cut the' lead to 2 'points with bis 3-6,
free throw and then the hegt time gni) of Ba'
the:, Tilers ttot the boll Pabon feated Silver
went Into his act and, tied it up L4,0-8 ; 11-11,
i't Inn Onehan0Ar, tiles Internal
Raul Barbara, paced the icori-olonships.,;.

and played one of the- best de defensive
fensive defensive games seen at the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa gym in many a night. Cul Culbreth
breth Culbreth was good for a big 18
points, and along with Delgado
and Alexander secnred enough re rebounds
bounds rebounds to easily offset the decid decided
ed decided height advantage Gibson and
George- Xirkland give to the Ti Till
ll Till the two preliminary games
the Bulldogs made it a clean sweet)
by taking the frosh game 3-29
and the J.V, contest 47-46 in an- 2
other overtime game.
The box scores:
BHS (SS)
Player Fe Pap PS
Alexander 2 1 5 3
Barbara 8 21 2
Culbreth t, 6 6 18 4
Cunningham 2 0 4
Delegado 3 1 7 3
Morrir 0 0 0 2
Nahmad,- 1 1 '3 4

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GT,,E141,1COVE. N.Y.. May 3 CLIP)
Roy Campanella, the Log Anee-
les Dodger cateher 'whq has beets
Partially paralyzed' since a Jan.
2R auto accident. will soon start
a rehabilitation program at the
Institote of Phvsleal Medicine and
rehabillation of the NYU-Bellevue
medical center in New York
I, The' decision iso move CamPaiiel.
from the Glen Cove Communf-$
ty Ilosoital, where he has been,'
aince the accident, 'was made af after
ter after a consultation between Dr.:
Loltert W. Sengstaken and Dt..0
(-Toward A. Rusk. Dr. Sengstaken is
Camnanella's personal physician
and Dr. Ruqk is director of the in- :
albite of Physical Medicine and
Rehabilitation.
.; ',11t.was gretd that the timervas
approaching when Rov will
ready, to start a rehabilitation spre-,
gram." the Communit Hosoltal ano,
nouncement read. .1Certain
er tests and examinations are be.
ing made to determine the exactl
time when he will he transferred."4.
The !nog recent bulletin on Cam 4
Olinella said, he has a sense of feel-:
, down. to the "lower abdomen.
level.",it said, however, that he.
still cannot move his fingers. e
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CALIFORNIANS WIN :

1PLIFS. (TIO q4 .0,1 A to
mei ot Redwood' City. Cant. o11..:

neld of Redwood' City. Calif., e.11:
liminated Term Riedi oroh
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, FOR, SALE m-. 1954 Chevrolet
convertible, light blue, ratio,
4 beater, new top, new retreads.'
36,000 wales, excellent' condi condition,
tion, condition, $11504 Quarry Heights
2185, or Ansador 515Z after 4
FOR SALE 1956 Pontiac 6
cylinder, automatic shift, radio, t
4 door Sedan.'' Only 17,000
miles. Excellent buy. See at 627s
- Ancon.' Phone 1.1727. 1
, FOR SALE 1957 Ford Thun
Jaybird Convertible Sport Coupe. :
This car in,'excellent condition
witk low mileage.J Duty paid.
Phone COCO ,Solo 575 for
pointment. ' h
WE PAY SPOT CASH FOR
GOOD LATE MODEL' CAP.
Phono all day, Panama 24966,
2-2616 Autos Risenman, next
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to Coca Cola Plant. t
FOR SALE 1950 Ford Con4
lortible. Radio. Good tires.' TA
6-318 or house 1891 Gamboa.
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- FOR SALE 1955 Ford 11-11
- Country Sedan, excellent condi-
priced for quick sale, du du'
' du' ty paid. Phone 34547 or 3-
6273 Panama.
FOR SALE $295, Nash,
1930, 4 door. ,Very good ap-
poaranio and mechankal cow. ;
dition. Telephone, Balboa 2723.
FOR SALE .--,.,'56 Ford 6-pass
.,,country sedan, S1-11, Fard-o-ma.- ,,
I tic, radio,' plus -other extras,
' Aliso, in excellent .condition.
11700. Call Balboa 14161' or
, sat it at 720-1,, Balboa, after 3
' FOR SAlt 1950 Chevrolet
Station Wagon. passenger
. 0550.00 cash. 0125 Plank St.
Balboa.
FOR SALE Plymoyth'
' station wagon.' Excellent condi--
tion. Low priced. Quarters 27.
.. Ft. Amador 5135. :
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; FOR SALE, .1'49 Dodge Club
Coupe.,' radio, good tires, new
; battery., 'muffler and tail pips,
socent, engin overhaul and
paint. $422.00, llatbos 3646
or 3009,-,
FOR SALI Opportunity,
' Savo woner. Elko sew ears,'
Autos Risenman offal; ,
1955 Ford Victoria coupe. ra radio,
dio, radio, excellent mechanical condi.
i 195 Hillman 4 doors, two ones,,
loather upholatory, high eons eons,
, eons, prassion motor', 36 miles per
, snagniticont condition.
1955 Pontiac-Coe'', radio.
tnowAlphohtery. two tone paint.
, excellent mechanical condition.
1957 Pontiac Super Chief Hard
- top, two tones, white tiros. map.
nificent mechanical condition.
1956 Stidebakor Hard top coupe
' two tones, white tires.
1955 Chsvrolot 4 doors; soden,
moiler mechanical condition.
,Aptim Risonmen.,' Tole ,2-4966.
1'2-2616 bosido the Coca Cola
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HANNOVER, Germany 4I.TP)
The Mannesmann Steel 'and Tube
CO.ITuesday announced it ,would
build an "Eiffel Tower" at the
', entrance to "steel street') at next
, rear's. trade fair in Hannover.
, frhe contemplated toveer wilt be
1,140-feet high, mr more than 150
feet higher than the Paris land landmark,
mark, landmark, also built for a fair.

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FOR RENT Nodal comfor.
table two bedroom oPortmoN8
, with maidts bedroom. two bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, Haig, room, dining room,-
balcony,' terrace, Saul
- water, with or without furniture.
Fhono No. 3-0444, .No.
'48th Street. r4-

" FOR RENT. Nit ly furnished
- apartment- including 'refrigera 'refrigerator,
tor, 'refrigerator, porch, 'parlor-diningroom,
bedroom, kitchen. garage. Tiled
all screened. $55.00. Apply
No. 122 yin knurl Pones, near
'Rsosevelt Theater. ,
-
FOR RENT Tato:. bedroom,
apartmeitt, maid robm and sere.
' ice, garage. lusto Arosemene
Avenue 37-111 Tel. 2-2341.
FOR RENT Three bedroom
apartment with ail modern comw
modifies near El Panama Hotel.
, for defeat call Panami 2-4717
' or 3.7169. '"
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FOR RENT Furnished apart-, ,,
ment, livingroom, bedroom,
dintngroom, porch, --, kitchen,
beautiful view centrally located,
cool, quiet. Phone. -0276,t i
FOR ',RENT Luxury apart-,
ment. air-conditioned fully fur furnished.'
nished.' furnished.' For 3 months. Call 3-,
0947.,
'FOR RENV-Leentfortable.rooma',
, and apartments, cool wonderful
, place. 15th Streattio; 6, San
Francisco. -s' '
FOR RENT furnished -apart-,
meet. military ,Inspected. Tel.
3-2068. .
FOR ItENT Apartment
nialled.' quiet iurroundinps. Can
3-2189: Ave: 7a.", Via' Ci
tenarie No. 10. ' r
FOR RENT Beautifully fur fur'
' fur' nished or- unfurnished two an
, three bedroom flats, aind room
' furnished, 48th Street No, 35,
Bella Vista.
FOR RENT itornishid apart-.
s moat, hvosiodrooms. tlial
. inproom, maill's room, indepon-
dont Via Portas No.
FOR RENT Furnished 'two
bedroom apaitmont, living room,
dining, bail, stovo, refrigerator.
' Balla Vista, 43rd Street No. 64.
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above, to mark the,second
niversall of her Status :as a
republic of the tritish Com..
monwealth;', The 15-rupee val val,
, val, uation fa enuivalent of about
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Resorts
FOSTER'S Cottages and Largo
, Beach House. Ont mils past tho
Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
.; PHILLIPS Oceania" Cofta2as
, Santa Clara R. do P. Phan Pa..
mama 3-1877 Cristobal 3.1673.
FOR RtNT, Beautifully fur.
noshed, housekeeping room. dou double
ble double couch, refrigerator,. kitchen
cabinet with aftached stove,
, bath, and entranie independent.
3, k S2nd Street. Phone 3.
0638..:
FOR RENT Comfortable fur
. nished room with cooking fecili.
, ties. Splendid residential', aree.:-,
43rd' Street No. 13.
FOR RENT Campo Alegres:
, Nicely furnithed; toot room. ,,
private bath,1 delicious ,,, meals,
' turepean style. Xall 3-1789.
FOR -BENT -- From May 15th
,
Modern houso; Modern 1111, aP
propriate for agenciet, offices, or
clinics. S5th street, next to tko.
Firtt National City Bank. For Mo..
; formation Telt. 3-1049 ontl 3-
, 3431,
'v FOR RENT Funtishcl house, ,-
chalet style, living dining room,.
'2 medium bedrooms, service,
kitchen, porch. etc. 418th Street
and' Uruguay Street. Belle Vista,
left 'hand No. 2S., 3-0118.
FOR RENT Two bedroom
chalet., all conveniences. Apply
Via Forms No. 166.'
Commircial iste
011"0"RENT''' COMMERCIAL
' LOCAL 'In Justo Armenians'.
; Ave. 37-11; Tel.' -2341.
Hotel: HOVLAND HOUSE
, 1 slim from Bo heart et
San Jos, Costa itica
Completely madam eenvenientes In
Suites and, Bungalows. all with
private bath. Hot and told water.
Friee; S6 'and SS
- with meals.
Cosmopolitan kitchen
Horse riding.
For reservations r 0..
Box 1459
Almaden Bill and Penor Jaspers
,
service Personnel,
Government Employees
Aro eligible to finance that NEW
or USED Car or Borrow on yovar
prompt eu through
Agency
DICK bEHLINGER
representing
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
FINANCE CO.
No. 44 AUTOMOBILE ROW,
Panama City.
Phone 34984-3-41111E
T r insistor:
-ELECTRONIC
,FLASHGUN.
Temperiture 'of:: the sun
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r ON LY,' $32 50
InternatioTiol letvelrx
155 Central- Ave
1, Phone, 2-2316
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( LIFE' INSURANCE
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' JIM RIDOE' ,
'Cleneral Agen
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co,
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
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Miscellaneous I

FOR SALE Cars and Trucks
accessories:, also spars parts for forDiesel,
Diesel, forDiesel, Caterpillars. G.M.
fort, refrigerators,' safe vaults.
Ws also have for sale ono
"GMC" 312 top tuck in good!
condition. We sell all kinds of
surplus material. COWMEN.
TM. SUPPLYER Central Ave.
, No. 12.179. 13th St. Tol.'''
, 10311-11 Apt. 1091s Coles.
: FOR SALE, AKC registered
Toy Boston Run Pups. Immo Immodiet
diet Immodiet delivery 6251. Buena
Venture Place. tes Rios.
FOR SALE 11 cu. ft, G.I.
, 'Refrigerator, excellent condi condi.
. condi. tion; 4 burner gas stove,' with
broiler, like Allow; marble
'kitchen table; dining room suit. t
with 8 chairs; bamboo living
room suite, 11 piece; two 'deo-
bla bed inner sprine mattress
, with box springs; office desk and
chair. 1957 Lincoln Premiere, e
wonderful car:. Consider trade
, for 1957 or 1958 Ford.,'Phons
1-5783. ,,
. FOR SALE leadia Gas is
Clothe Dryer; :11 cubic ft.
Colspot Refrigerator with frees.
er cheat, 60 cycle; Tappan four fourburner
burner fourburner Gas Stovit Maytag Automa
tic Washer. 60 ycle; Valiant:
Gas Hot Water Heater; TV An.
tenni; mica. household articles.
, Owner testing Isthmua.',T.el. Pa.
name 3-6096. 2,
FOR SALE Hi Fi equipment,
' Two "new"- Jenson 1S" triaxial
Psalters; One custom made
turn table with "gray", Uiscoue
, damped tone arm with Fairchild
diamond, cartridgc- One Win-
chaster med. 52..targat'rille. 22
cal.. ,with.' best target sights,
' toeuey shot., Phono Balboa 2-,
3069
FOR, SALA Piano Winter
,
Musettc4PfaatiaanY Saw, Gal ;
t witeo 'bestir "Vaillant,, Phone
4 Panama I-1945. ;
LLIA TILEsmal 11itaLC4;,: oAJ. A4frkikaYns3as'tVPNa)-
tional Guardsmen and volunteers
hoped for victory yesterday in a
marathon battle to save a .bayou
levee and tha homes 4of 1,600 per persons.,
sons., persons., '
Flood and storm' threats 'also
eased in the weather .; battered
state of Texas, In other parts of
the south, however,. pounding
rains sent hundreds of tons ,of
earth crashing onto Mississipoi
highways-
' The' Arkansas flood battle was
waged on the soggy McKinney
Bayou near Garland City, in the
southwest'corner of the' state.
'More 'than 15' inches of rain
since Sunday had the bayou wa waters
ters waters lapping at the top of the
levee, threatening to b u r st
through and flood the homes of
1,600 persons and a, total of 120,-
000 acres. ,
,
The odds 'changed rapidly in the
fight. Adjutant General Sherman,
T. Clinger announced at mid-dayl
that he believed the levee would
crack. He made plans to evacu evacuate
ate evacuate flood-threatened families by
force if ,necessary.
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A few hours later, however; Ci Civil,
vil, Civil, Defense Director Mike Auck
said the-situation "looks the best
in 48 hoursif we don't get a
whole lot of rain all at once it
(the levee) should hold,"',
The dike workers, many of
them sleepleso for two days,' is.
sued calls for 7,000 new sandbags
to strengthen the levee. Clinger
, d
Above normal ,knowledge
,
of homi,furnishings. Ao Aotual
tual Aotual store managerial ex
perience Kelpful' but 'not
absolMely essential. Must
be able to handle person personnel.
nel. personnel. Meet and talk to'pub.
viith Write cam camprate
prate camprate ,,, details', and,' send
photograph t0::,
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FOR SALE mt.., Double Sofa-load,
;:almost mow, $75.00.4hone 1,
7321, from 1:00 to 3:00 and
, 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
FOR SALE 1112 cubit fo4 re-
frigerater, $100.00, 4 burner
electric range, $10000.:, loth
60 cycles.' Sofa and matching,,
'chair, $30.00. "Powell motor
' scooter, $50.00 Quarters ,79,
86-5221, Albrook.,
.
FOR SALE Mimi loosens
housshold goods; Inboot. ttofa.
piano. Heusi 0922 l Amadat
, FOR SALE 4-4 Swedish 'desk with
chair,' sidobeard modern bid bidroom
room bidroom Int, Motorola' TV, bunk-'
beds, washing machiner lamps,
tattan chairs and swodish
',,-- modern chairs.' 93'12 nig,: tefri-
!genitor; bicyck, many household
items. Daytime 2-1126, ovoning
3-5209. )
FOR SALE, Used piano
, 4195.011 Misc. usod musical in,
struments. Records four speed
311.11 from $31-00.' Phone 2,
:2132 Panama.
FOR SALK Brand now,refrig-
orator 25' cycle ouble feet
$1 5 5.00. Inversion's Genova los, :,
Ave.lose Francisco ole la
Ossa No. 311 (Automobile Row).'
FOR SALE Household ,forni-
two. Cable Insights 0305 Am'
eon' 9 a.m. kisan. Sunday, May
FOR SALE -- Living room set,
complete, good cavitation, $60.w
00. 41st Shoot, house 254, Apt.'
FOR $ALE Upright piano 60 r
f
, cycle refrigerator. electric stove.
kEscitilent conditioo. Quarters 27,-'
,,Amador 82-5135.
,
.9011 1A11,0--' 2 Beauty : Rest
mattresses. springs with mahega
, my beds. S80.00, for' Standar& 4
,',1ength $110 ter king size., Bat-,
be& 2896. t
FOR' SAL Ammer ga
stove. CaR'14347 "anima
,
mobilized a National 'Guard unit,
at the town of Prtstott tv'man
the dikes, and give relief to a dog dogtired
tired dogtired guard unit from Texarkana.
At least, 60,000 acres of land in
the "area vvere already nunderwai nunderwaiter''
ter'' nunderwaiter'' and 'many rof the 1,600 per.
sons whose homes stood in the
pativ tha flood ,waters. had
moved out, ,
,There ,was 'good news,'however,
from the,Dallas Weather. Bureau.
Meteorologist Johl Geyer an,
nounced that. the vicious weather
fmnt which had, battered Texas
and ,Arliansas for week with
tornadoes,- torrents 'and hail waS
falling back tO 'the north: ,
: Landslides Hit Dixie
ea er eve opmen s re out
W" d 1 t bo
Geyer's analysis. Isolated thun;
dershowerss,, continued to break
out over a wige area' of .westernr
north central and east Texas, but
they,' Joked Wednesday's deluge
force.'
Elsewhere 'in Dixie,' however,
landslides thundered down onto
highways near Vkksburgi.ankYs7
zo City, Miss. The State High.
way, Patrol urged extreme caution
saying ("hundreds of tons" of
earth had covered Highway,7 80
near, Vicksburg. '
Steady rains 'delayed plantini
in' Mississippi and farmers feared
some cottoi would have to be replanted-,
More rains ,lashed Tenn.
essee, measuring one and ,a, quar quarter
ter quarter inch at Memphis.
Skiy were fair through ; much
of the iiorth, although a freak
snow storm cut visibility to a
mile for a while at Bismarck,
N.D. A fresh mass of cold air
slipped across the ,Canadian ,bor ,border,
der, ,border, droppring the temperature in
Chicago from 65 to 56 degrees in
just five minutes. -1 ,
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Tax-Cul-Decision
na a 411k t
11111:b 1 Mont!is,
Mitch:II Foresees
,WASHINGTON, MP).--Secretary
Of Lab, James Mitchell said
yesterday,the Eisenhower admin.
istrstion 'ODOM decide, within 30
to ,60 days 'whether .to ask Con Congress
gress Congress for a' tax gut 'to help end
the recession.
Mitchell agreed with President
Eisenhower that the business
1 slump had about reached bottom.
But be also saw'. so sign of soy
dramatic 'uption and, predicted
that May unemployment would be
little ,different from the 540,000
jobless retorded ,)
-favored,. a tat, cut over big
public works spending if the econ-1
omy needed to 'be bolstered...Be'
also indirectly opposed a steel
price increase forecast 'for July,
but said the government woad
not seek any wage-price controls
to enforce labormaPiagement re.

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modern improvements. 2 power powerplants
plants powerplants and well bn property:,
' Excellent view.' "Bargain.". Can
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imotidoners Applaud
'My Fair ta.dyl But
She's Greatest
LONDON (UP) Britain's
,
drama critics decided today that
"My Fair Lady" is a brilliant
showbut. itot the greatest show
of all time as they had been led
to believe by its almbst hysterical
success in the United States. ,,,
Ibis verdict -rolled off the
presses today after the most 'sen,
sational West End first night in
20 yearsa night of mink and
diamonds and white ties of Rolls,
Hones asd Cadi Ilacs,, of so many
celebrities.that a. bystander shouted:-
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,"Is there anybody, bere'whe is
nobody?"
In, the lobby'Caftei the show it'
was generaIly agreed that 'no pro production
duction production could possibly have lived
up to the advance praise,'' that
more Britons than Americans are
'amillar with George Bernardi
Shaw's "Pygmalion" so the tale
holds. fewer surprises, and that
Cockney Ihumor is common here
whereas 14 was a fresh touch on
Broadway. (
, In addition, many reiordingi of
the ,score have been brought and
sent 'here from-the United States.
The mass-circulation Daily
headlined its report; "LadY you're
not the greatest," f.
Alongside Fits 'review, the DailY
Exnress published a postcard
written by Shaw to it groun which
wanted la, stage A'Pygnialion",. as
a musicak in 1948. The postcard
started':
' "I absolutely 'forbid any, such
outrage." t' 4
The Times vrdict: "LotidonAs
not likely to bry biCkward in., ap appreciating
preciating appreciating so notable an example
thel kind of thing Mutt Broad Broadway
way Broadway does best,"', 1
v The, Mirror's Noel Whitcomb:
"The 'whole show from beginning
'to' end was truly splendid,"
Among thecelebrities, present
were Xmerican Ambassador John
Hay Whitneywho has seen it six
times Ingrid Bergman and her
publisher t escort,' Lark, Schmidt;
'American singer Julie Wilson; sc.
tress' Key Kendall, Sarah.Churchi
ill find scores of others. ,"
AGREES TO,' DIVORCO 1
7 'CAIRO LUP)'-:-The newspaper
Al Ahram saidjuesday that King
Idris ,of Libya had agreed to his
childless queen's .request ''for4 a
divorce,,The King and Queen AL
bra were married June 5, 1955., A
year later she 'returned home to
her 'native Egypt because of ilL
ness. 41The King married 4113,11
for the purposth of bearing him a
crown prince, but Ole bore him
no. soil," Al Abram saki'''.
straint.
Mitchell-told a news conference
the 'administration should decide
Wore. July "'what, if anything,
needs to be done" about taxes.
That is the, deadline for adminis.
tration to submit its recommenda recommendations
tions recommendations on corporate ancl excise tax.
es since ,their rates ,are to drop
July 1., )
Senate Democratic Leader. Lyn.,
'don' B.:Johnson and Speaker Sam
Rayburn said recently that the
time was fast approaching for a
decision on tak cuts., lioweyer, the
Democratic leaders, have agreed
to consult with the administration
before making any move,.

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' DRAWER "A." DIABLO A
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL C.Z.
Need Money?? IS MINUTES CAR
LOANS. Contact Arias or Town Townsbend.
sbend. Townsbend. "Q" Streit No. 12417
near Olympic Stadium. Tot. 2-
2628. Panami. :
Elks Club 4542 restaurant tin.
der new management chat Son-
ny Lamont. master ol culinary
, Panamma ,Hilton has a largo
variety of decorative plants for
indoors and- outdonts on sale.'
Inquire Mr. Pelyhe Tel. 3-1660
from 7 a.m. to 4
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Boots Cr Motors(
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' 14' 'boat, 15. 14.P.' motor and
e trailer. Oompleto outfit less'
than 212 years old for $500.00.
Call 3-1673. '
FOR SALE 15 foot plywood
' boat, fiber glass bottom, 35 11P. :1
Johnson remote controls, ;leer ;leering
ing ;leering wit;e1 anti trailer, Ready
to goa Call Jack Mercer 3-
1 7357 or 3-4508:
Sttent en! 'B 611
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By-IJAV
, DETROIT (UP) General
Motors Vice President Louis, G.
Seaton declared yesterday, -th a t
GM's two-year, contract renewal
offer to, the United, Auto Workers
wou'd cost the cortipany at least
another 140 million ,dollars.,
, But-he said the ,union's de demands
mands demands would cost General Motors
more than si,billion dollars in ad added
ded added labor ekpenses in two years.
LTAW Vice President, Leonard
Woodcock prtunptly,,.e challenged
Seaton's, figures. -He -told news.1
, .k
"As we saidt before and 'will
pr6ve across the bargaining table,
those figures are provabIA,
tastic.") ,, '
Woodcock 'said' General Motors
ostill has- tot discussed the cost
of our proposals at the bargain..
ing table." Ile said the company's
only' proposal has been for a two.
year renewal of the present con contract,
tract, contract, an offer first made formal formally
ly formally last January.
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A10 GRAYSON ENTER, motor 'vehicle operator 5700th
'Operations Squadron, Albrook- Air Force Base, is shown re-
ceiving a Certificate from Mal, Marion E. 0:Quid, base trans-.
portation officer,,gfor oompleting the ba,sic vehicle, maintenance
,, course Of the USAF- Extension Course Institute.l
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STENOGRAPHER. experienced,
required for Cristobal Shipping
Line. Apply in writing to box
5066, Cristobal, C.Z.. stating
age, qualifications and expe-
whines.

SERVICES
1-minote car wash SI. steam
cleaning of motor SS. Vi hie of t
cars S6. Auto-Baile. Trans.Istb..,
mian Highwav near Sears.
TELEVISION SERVICE --,- Free
Transportation. April Special.
Same day Service. Crawford eo.,
gencies Corp. Tivoli Ave. No.
, 18-20. 2.1905.,
- SET OWNERS.' Avail
self of th best for sour TN.
U.S. TELEVISION 'offers factory
trained technician plus no pock pockup
up pockup and delivers charges. lPhono
Panama 3-7607. '
TELEVISION SERVICE. Ability, ,,
honesty and customer latish.-
, tion. NO SERVICE CHARGE this 4,
month ,nnly. FREE ESTIMATE
before repairs. Ask tor MISTER
TV Phone Panama 2-3142.n 4
WANTED Youth bed. com complete.
plete. complete. Call Cristobal 2762.
WANTED We pay CASH for
3955 Chevrolet 4 rioer 6
yet Autos.' tisenman.'' Isis. 2-
4966. 2-2616 next Coca Cola
Plant. '
fixed the positions of the company
and union at this stage of .biir.
gaining,' only four' weeks before
the contract expires May 29: Sea.
ton saying the renewal. offer
is the.company's proposal and, the
union can take. 'it or leave it.
Woodcock calling for the, coin.
pany to start bargaining on UAW
demands,
e Woottoorit-,Terileste 'a speedup
in calling for
weekend meetings. Generai
Motors did not agree to the re,.
quest, 1JAW President Walter P.
Reuther;!1,bak, in Detroit, Thurs.,
day,, said Wednesday the auto'
companies, 'want a strike to shut
down the' plants without expense'
while some of the' flp,000 :Unsold
new cars are sold.' '-'
Seaton said GM believes Its two-,
year contract renewal offer is
,"fair'- to our shareholders, em.
ployes and the, economy as a
whole.",
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:jusr Alwyn, in the Canal Zone ire theie NCO's frOM various military installations throughout the U.S. They arrived at Albrook dr Force Base Thurs-,
day and will undergo the rigors of jungleAraining at the Jungle Warfare Training Center, Fort'Sherman The group deParted from Charleston Air Force
Base and were greeted upon arrival bY Michael C Chester, commander of,the JWTC. Following a coffee break at Albrook, they left for Fort Bher Bherman
man Bherman and six weeks oflungle training, MiSgt.' Robert lw TaYlor at the front of the group, is the senior NCO present and it from 'Fort Devens Mass.
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would rilther pick the lock. ewe

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nited States' NCO:sf:Arrivq

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Nini ti-two non-cominissioned of- include living in the jungle and
licers fromtbe Army, 30 from the' squad reconnaissance.; ambush,
Marine Corpi and one front the combat patrol, combat and defense
kir,Force arrived Thursday morn ,during the second week; tests and
Mg aboard. twd MATS Constella. a mock raid across the Chagres
;ions at Albrook Mr Ferce Base. River in the third week. Academic
The 123, NCO's, from ,perman. classes Will be ,helt,throughout
A 41- qtaton the ,entire session.

ficers fronitkhe Army, 30 from the'
Marine "Corpi 'and one frotri the
Alr,,Force arrived Thursday morn
ing aboard. twd MATS Constella.
tiOnS at Albrook Mr Frce Base.
,The 123, NCO's, from ,perman.
ent stations in the' United States,
are the first ,grouP scheduled to
attend a special three-week course
in jungle orientation at the Jun Jungle
gle Jungle Warfare Training' Center 'eat
Fort Sherman. ,

group wti
, The 3WTC, soon to be a tecog.'
a located a
' 1117,0 Departmenirei Oto-Arralt,a MY, Sine
tea school, has also scheduled
three week course in Jtme for tp. 'i 1, r
meld ately 100 officers from the I Ana
tate& They are scheduled to be., LUHU
egio Ju '2. , ;, ,.
. The NCO's were mei at Albrook A MN'
fr buses of the lst Battle Group, f43 Da
e aoth infantry,, which took them ,'
I.. JWT,r,. There they were itrelcom
ed by Col:Robert W. Garret, corn ObSet
0,1nding officer of the Jst Battle , t
.

, Croup, 20th jniantry and'Maj. Mi Mirhont
rhont Mirhont Ck Chester, commanding of of.
. of. ficer of JIVTC.. 1
Ditrin4 the first week,',, which
starts Monda, their training Will,

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Thia weather report for the '24
hours ending 8 a.m. today, is
pre..0red by the Meteorologleal
or-1 rlydrograpbic Branch of the
Panama Canal Companti t
: Balboa Cristbal
TEMPERATURt:
High 90 80
Low 75 78
1111111DITY1,
111811 ;1A 94 87
Low I 55 72
(max. mph) ,N-10 t; N-19
RAIN (inches) -AB ; .04

WATER TEA1P:
firmer harbors) 81 83
MAY'4
Mgh Low,
; 4:04 a.m. 10:17 amt.
r' v
4:22 P.M 10:43 p.m.

boors ending 8 a.m. today. is
pre.!,red by the Meteorological
ev--1 rirtrographic Branch of the
Panama, Canal Comoant:
: Balboa Cristbal
TEMPERATURt:.''
High 90 ,, 80
2 Low 75 78
,
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High ;1A 94 87
Low 55 .72

0.75 0.40

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1:00,, 2:38, 4:38, 6:38, 8:50 p.m.
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1 REt.S GOT NIS ARMS AROUND NU
1 ALL AROUND THE WORI.Di

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The'Majority of the students who
Will take the courses either wilt
be instructors at Army schools or
members of units involved in exer exercises'
cises' exercises' in this area. The largest
groilp' will be from the Third Ar:
mY, since' the Infantry,School is
located at rort menninu

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4.:,,B)010.60:,..(0ii!
Ob$,0i.'ijo.10A.i.

. The first annual colebration of
Law. Day, as designated by the
President of the United States,
was observed in a brief but im impressive
pressive impressive ceremony at the morning
'session of the, Balboa Magistrae's
Court,Thursda ,., '', .'4,,t
When court was called to .order
Id 8:30 a.m., Judge John E. Dim.
ing called for a eading of Presid President
ent President Eisenhower's proclamation by
Clerk of Court John A. Michaelis.
' Thereafter the Judge briefly dis discussed
cussed discussed the American heritage 4 of
justice and-equality under law. A Among'
mong' Among' the -distinguished members
of the Canal Zone bar present were
Dr. L. S. Carrington, Assitant Dia.,'
trict Attorney,J. Morton Thomsen,
s
Jr., end Judge Charles A. Garci
each ef whom offered appropiat
comments on the principle of go,
ernment utider the rule of law.,,,!..
The Magistrate's Courts -T con constituta
stituta constituta the principal contact with
the processes of the law for Can Canal
al Canal 'Zone residents, workers ,' and
transients. '. 4
Fohowing the ceremony, ,- and
through a happy coincidence, the
observance of Law Day was -mark
ed by the apperance of one lone
defendant in Court,- , ,
He was Victor Castro, a 32-yearold
Panamanian clyarged with pe petitlarceny.,.:
titlarceny.,.: petitlarceny.,.: ,. -,,,--,, ,,-, .. : '.'"!-'4'.
Cas was sentenced. te spend
30 daYa in jail fort stealing various
items worth a total of $18.35 froM
a car parked under house 0852 on
Balboa Road. It belonged ,to Ho Hobert
bert Hobert Wertz.' f , I

Bu,..figet:Committee
Of PC,Meeting
Here In Mid-May
.4, Members of the budget and fi finance
nance finance committee Of the Board of
Directors will visit the Zone for
three or four days thism onth
fo r a preliminary reveiw of budg budget
et budget estimates for the fiscal year
, The comniittee will return tn
lune for a final and, more for formal
mal formal review.
6Tbe, three directors on trh e
committee, who will arrive May
11, sre Ralph H. Cake, Maj. Gen.
Glen' E. Edgerton, and Robert p.
Burfoughs. ,
i The 'purpose of the preliminm
review is to confer with Gover.
nor Potter ,and his staff on the
assumptions on 'which the new
budget estimates are to be pre.
pared. ", 1
.
The Board members will spend
much,-41- heir time. onfield, trips,,,
inspecting some of the major fa facilities
cilities facilities scheduled for rehahltaton
or replacement and 'siting sites
where major capital improitements
are planned. 4
'

spection

UNITED NATIONS,' N.Y.. (UP)
The Soviet, Union yesterday ye yetoes
toes yetoes a United, States proposal to
establish an Arctic "open skies"
inspection system as ,a safeguard
against surprisi attack.
The vnte -in the United Nations
Security Council was 10-1. But the
negative 'vote of Russia, as a per permament
mament permament member,- blocked its
adoption..
' The coUncil also voted down,by
a 9-1'tally with Sweden abstain abstaining,
ing, abstaining, a Russian proposal that the
U.Isl. -demand an' ;end, to, alert
missions by ll-bombers k of 1 the
U.S. Strategic Air Command "to.,
ward the irontiers ,of the Soviet
Union"' end' that the issue of an 1
Arctic inspection' plan be re referred
ferred referred to a summit conference.
, The entire issue arose, 'chiefly
front a dispatch written April 7
in which United Press President
Frank H.' Bartholomew described
how SAC, boinbers took off with
hydrogen bombs upon detection
of Imidentified-; objects on radar
screens of the Distant, Early
Warning (Dewline)-system. in
Canada but ere prevented from
going on false missions through a
"fail safe" system.,
The United States proposed the
creation :of an "i inspection rime
stretching from. the Arctic Circle
to the North Pole and including
Alaska, the Kamchatka Peninsula
and the Aleutian and- Kurile Is IsRussia,
Russia, IsRussia, scored a swedish sug suggestion,.
gestion,. suggestion,. accepted by the United
States, that. was designed to
bridge the two ',countries' posi positions.
tions. positions. Sweden proposed that the
American resolution inellide
paragraph, ,noting ihat.-Aliscussious
of the arctic, plan "might serve
as a useful basis for the delib deliberations
erations deliberations on the disarmament
problem k at a summit confer conference."
ence." conference."

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A TASTE OF nosrrrAurt IS 'provided for these newly- ived NCO s from -Atarious military
installations hi the 1LS. On leaving the airplane at Albrook they were' served coffee and
' cake by the. ist 'Battle Group,, 20th Infantry. The, more than, 100 NCO's fronv, the Army,
Marines and:Air. Force, will. undergo -six- weeks of' -training at the Jungle :Warfare Training
, Center,- Fort. Sherman. sgt: Jack; F McCurdy,' 'right,', of Mortar Battery, fist' Battle Group,
20th'Infantry, lupervises aS the inar.ty goes. th rough,, the Army Photo) ,

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1 The amendment was suggested' sion and in sowing anxiety than
to avert a Soviet veto. Russia, in ilY finding mutually acceptable
the opinion, 01 most' experienced ways and means of 'guarding i
diplomats,' risked a 'severe. prop. against surprise attack,' Lodge
agenda setback "In spurning what said. A ,,,,,
was :hailed' by many- as a first
step toward' disarmament.-' ,44The Sosriet veto" 'also strongly
. U.S. Ambassador Henry-'1Cabot suggests that their'complaint was
Lodge went' further atter the merely a very obvious attempt to
meeting ' keep the U,S; Air Force on the
, ',,' ,, ground where they woUld, be sit..1
personally spealithg, ting duckA for a' surprise attack.
it looks as if the : Soviet Union ' ; I
has deliberately knocked the idea "Truly, the world deServ es
of a summit conference in the semething better than this from
head," he said. such a great power the Soviet
Soviet' Ambassador Arkady A. Union."
Sobolev charged that the plan ' : ', ;
was,. siniply an "intelligence col. Lodge asked how' lo(ng "this
lection scheme" thought up be. rigid and intolerant, rejectien of
cause the "United States Theeds our offer'' to discus's .and negoti.
information about Soviet military ate with;the Soviet Union d
dispositions." , go on. ,(:' ,
It wits the 83rd lime R4sla "We repeat to' this ceuncil what
had usedits Security Councli ve.. we have said before: So far as
to-47 of them, were on member. the United States is concerned,
ship questions and Lodge de.' we will never stop trying," he
nouneed the said. "Discouraging as' is today's
5 "Over and over again le the Soviet action, we shall continue
past 12 years," he said, "the So. our efforts in the in diplo.
viet Union has rejected proposals die exchanges and in any oth.
made in good faith to improe er promising forum to find effec.
the '- chalices' of .peace s ,one tive meahs ol relieving the 'world
again the Soviet Union has turned of the burden o: armaments and
down a constructive, proposal." I of the fear of devastating war.
, He said Sobolev's sp e e ch e
made elear that Russia's ar. ,; "In due cease, the demands, of
gument that U.S. flights into the all mankind must be heeded by
Arctic endangered peace were the Soviet leaders. And this day
"entirely fallacious."; i, will come soonerrather than lot lot'
' lot' ''Crowning proof of the fact er if these -leaders dare lift the
that the Soviet Union itself does veil of secrecy and to let the
not truly believe its own argu. Soviet peoples know the truth'
meat is its refusal, to accppt the Ledge
inspection proposal which would s ' -,'-
possibly....tneet....the. issues whi;11 Even as,Russia cast its v,eto,
they have raised," he sai, ecretary of State John tokter
"The, Soviet veto will increas. Dulles com,mented in Washington
Ina bring the world to the con. that if the Soviets really, wanted
elusion that the- Soviet Union lis to reduce worldr tensions, this
more interested in increasing ten. was the time to do it.

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BUENOS AIRES May 3 (UP)
Boos and shouts 'of "go home,
Nixon" greeted Vice President
Richard M., Nixon tcday when
he emerged from a visit to Bue Buenos
nos Buenos Aires University. -
Nixon, viho came here to at attend
tend attend the inauguration of Presi President
dent President Arturo Frondizi, met for an
hour and 25 minutes with facul faculty
ty faculty members and student ledders.
When he left, the law building',
about 100 students ,were wait waiting.
ing. waiting. A-scattering of applause WEIS
drowned out by whistles, k boos
and shouts of:
600 home. Nixon, Argentina is
not for sale!".
At his mebting with facultY
and student leaders, Nbcon said
the United States has made mis mistakes
takes mistakes the, past in its Latin
AMeriCan policy and may make
others in the future.
, tut, he added, the United
States always 'is trying to im imStudent
Student imStudent leaders Gregorio Sel Selzer
zer Selzer and Alberto Ciria challenged
Nixon's assertion that 'LTA ',Jol ',Jolley
ley ',Jolley in Latin AMeriCan political
Affairs was one of non-intervention
RS dictated by the 1933
Montevideo conference,
Selzer questioned the U.S. role
inkthe overthrow of former President-
Jacob Arbenz GUZInart of
Guatemala and told that Puerto
Rico was a 41.Tnited State dolony
which wants to be free." ,
NiX011 replied' that he visited
Guatemala immediately after
the overthrow of, Arbenz k and
found the new government "had
infinitely more support from
people in; all walks of life than
did Arbenz."

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BRIG:J GEN. PAUL' R.' WET
RAUCH, selected' to succeed 1
Brig. Gen. Louis V. Hightower
as chief of staff of the Car
ibbean Comrnand,, arrived in
the Canal Zone 'Thursday
from the United Statet.
Weyrauch will officially he,
- come chief of staff Monday
succeeding Hightower who iS
preparing to dertart for his
.new assignment to the Spe4
weapons, Evalua tion 1
Group in,' the Office mfr. the,
Secretary of Defense on May
, Before 'his assignment to
the conunand, Weyrauch waS
conunanding general of the
'U.S. Artny -Anti-Aircraft Ar Artillery
tillery Artillery and- Tank Training
Center at For t Stewart,
- Georgia: Weyrauch was
companied to the Canal Zone
by his wife,-.Margaret, a,nd
their son, Patl, 'age 164. Also
in the general party were
Lt. and Mrs.' William P. Pan Pannell
nell Pannell and their dau ghte r,
ICatherine.,. Pannell Is aide to
yVeyrauch.
,BIG NEWSPRINT MACHINE
CHILDERSBUTIGH, Ala.- (UP)
--The Coosa River Newsprint Co.
put into operation Monday, a pa paper
per paper machine capable of making in
one day a strip of paper wide as
a standard newspaper and long
enough to stretch halfway around
the world.' ,4

hen' the Panama liner Ancon
sailed from Cristobal the last of,
April; Cecil-Coleman, who relit.'
ed April 30 as baggage clerk, in
the' Termir als Division, rode' herd
on his last batch-Of passenger bag bag(
( bag( ,t
, The load he-bandled on the An.
con was the last of thousandi of
suitcases, boxest, trunks! and Other
assorted- pieces lot luggage'', he
bas safely loaded and unloaded
from' Panama Line shlPs during
the many yoarc that he has beett
employed witii Old Unit hOW khoWn
Ss Terminals 'Divisom
A wel known' fivare On the
Cristobal piers,, he ,bas takett care
of most of the l'Inantai Line's re-'
gular passengePs and' many of the
dignitaries 'whose arrival and de departuretsomettme
parturetsomettme departuretsomettme complicated his
regular duties. These dignitaries
have included nearly all of the 1

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wnhAlenoho
?iPtsfound Dernster balester,
panama Canal for the com compression
pression compression of serap,, metal' into
quarter-ton bunlles, was made
yesterday 'Ilfternpon by ,' 'acting
Gov. ,Hugh M.' Asnold, Leslie A.
Ferguson. supply and communitY
service director; -Lt. COI.'
Brown, Jr., engineering and
construction director: and seve several
ral several other Canal officials.,
4
The Jnachine, which is Adel?
used in big scrap yards in the
United Btates, arrived On the
Isthmus several months ago and
its operation is being handled by
F. W. Hickey, foreman ,,of "the
scrip and salvage yard.
A demonstration of its ability
to 'compress assorted ,scrap me metals
tals metals into bundles easy to handle
and ship was given by Hickey
yesterday lwhen he ;'ed 'a num number
ber number of 50-gallon oll drums and
other 8,ssorted light' metal scrap
into the machine.,
It Was estimate by H. E. May,
chief ut,the store house branch,
, that the 'Unit has on band e enough
nough enough such light metal scrap to
keep the balester Inisy for at
least three years. This metal,
which has had little sale value
up to now, ,w111 be compressed
8,nd sold,

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' CANTINFLAS
ROBERT NEWTON
SHIRLEY MacLAINE,
featuring 44 "Camas" Stars
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S. I.PERELMAN from the Classic by JULES
VERNE Directed by MICHAEL ANDERSON

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KNEE-D EP IN BAGGAGE stands Cecil Coleman who ietired
, April 30 after nearly 46 years Of service witia the Tertninals
Division. This batch of luggage on the Ancon was the last of
thousands of suitcases, boxes, trunks and 'other assorted
material handled by the, Can, baggage clerk prior ta leaving

Daggge',Dispatchii Cecif,Coicinan
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NOIE: NO (Ouhiti11( tAs,, ALLOvil, VS

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Panama Canal governors, a large
number of senators and congress,
man, and many high officials of
the armed services.
On those occasions, he was of often
ten often given the special assignment
'of, handlinl their luggage and
accompanying it to the ,Pacifit
aide if they,traveleci by ',special
Baggage ,dispatching 'was only
one. of the- many duties asinged
to Coleman during his, 46 yeara
with the former Receiving, ,and
forwarditill ,Ageticy. Being able
to read arid write both Spanish
and Ennglish. he acted as 'inter.
preter fer his office and took care
of much of .the ,paper work con.,
nected with the arrival and depar.
ture of ships. -4 ,k
A Panamanian of West Indian
parentage,' Coleman went to work
with the Pampa Railroad In 1912
as, a S17.0 a5 month messenger
boy. When the Cristobal.piers were
eompleted ln 1914, he was trans.
ferred to'the new offices and pro,
lanted tp office helner.
RIng !afterwards he was
made a special checker and dun.
frig this, peried, was one of the
first local rate tmployes to 'be
ehtrost4x1 with .the use of the in.
rlostrial motor rucks.,
His retirement after so many
years of service with the same
unit was marked this week with'
sosciPI ktmony held in the
,office of the Transportation and
Torminals director.
' A retirement certificate was pre.
sented to him personally by NS.
Demers, acting transportation and
terminals' director, At the same
time he was nresented With a purse
from' his fellow employes in the
Terminals ,1),Ivisott, and several
Rifts front' hit frineds. and co.
workers.'
Aetive' in emit. and' community
affairs on the Atlantic side, Cole.
men plans to .make his home,in
Colon and probably Will contlmte
with ills riewsnaner and edits
work'which has kept him busy for
many, years. ,

The-ONLY Theatre en.
'he Isthmus where this
3uper-Speetaele will be
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!rtificate was pro.
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ransoortation and
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employes in the
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creamI.:tit an "i inspecuon zone agam Ins bowel union nag tune(' ot um omen o, armaments and : , , i witirl 1.11 p IL.1., ,
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to the North pole and including He 'said Sobolev's s p e e c b e a ' ; 4- -, : ri, 1
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, :'JEST ARRIVED in the Canal Zone ire theie NCO's from various military installations throughout the U.S. They arrived at Albrook Air Force Base Thurs-, ,,
- d d will undergo the rigors of jungleAraining at the Jungle Warfare Training Center, FortSherman. The iroup departed from CharleSton Air Force
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mender of.the JWTC Following a coffee break at Albrook they left for Fort Sher- ent- a al
f' Base and were greeted upon arrival by Maj. Michael C. Chester, com ,., id J cobo Arbenz GUZI19.11 of ,, ' , i
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de living in the. jungle and ".
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on tus last bateh-Of passenger bag bag)at
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ig the second week; tests and
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pip Warfare ,Training' Center 'eat members of units' Involved in exer,
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starts Monda, their training Willipressive ceremony at the morning' I .,k1 I liGd GEN.. 1:aylL A; I I 16,', 1 i ;61;13

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' hours ending 8 a.m. totiay, is : :',...:,;:i:,:.!-::,-::':.:::!.:::::::',';;Ei:',j:-;-:::
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assignmen o The ,rnachine, which is widely' Artive' in '' 1 '' el.'
-' '''''- -------- ' ' Jr d J dge Charles A. Gard
High ,,,..,,,, ,,,,,, 90 ga .., ,an u 0, 4V14111e0 Ulla Jur. x mix ww WitgUi 1.6t DIA SVCCIU, w. vitulling ti,i, tAir oungit: ,waKiale intatmg 11. ,,,
, Cerrter; Fort Sherman.. Sgt: Jack' F McCurdy,' right,. of Mortar Battery, '1st' Battle Group, Before his ', fi"'n woikers.' 7,-,4' ----7. -7"
t- each ef- whom offered approplat ev e an community
ises s tar.ty goes. through the line (U.S. Anny Photo) 'the command Weltrauch was used in big scrap yards in the fl 0 I t .. ,.,
20th, Infantry, ,superv a the .
, : comments on the principle of go,
s I f th a airs On e AllanLic slue, Cole.
conunanding genera o e United States, arrived on ,' the mpn plans t a
0 ,m ke his home,in
, HEMIDITYI k ' ,, ernment wider the rule of ,,,,, 6-, -, .. , ,, ,, , ., , ,,,,,,, ., 1 .. , ,
Anti-Aircraft Ar- Isthmus e 1 ths d
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I 0 i , US. ArtnY s vera mon ago an Colon and probably Will coni;;,e
High .A ....' 94 07 The Magistrate's Courts 'T con.
Low ,...b ,,. .. I 55 12 stitute the principal contact with US P'''''-' '' I F- 'A- t .,
. roposa ,or,,- rc tc, Open Sktes ',- Y
' tiller and, Tank Trainkng' its operation is being handled b 'th ills
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F t Stewart F W Hi k f
- ',, ' ., the processes of the law for Can. , ... .. , ..,,, . , , . .
,f. Center at or ,, c ey, oreman ,of the work which has kept him busy for
' WIND: ' ,.' ' al ,Zone residents, workers and , : ' ,.. s- uch was ac,-' seri and sa va
, i ,. i ,,, ,. ,. . , , Georgie: weyra p 1 ge yard. many, years. '''
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, (max. mph) ,N-10 t; N-18 transients. -. , , 1 ' ' I companied to the Canal Zone A demonstration of its ability 4
RAIN (inches) '''.06 ; .04 ' v eiciew wy,''Sovier
'''',: ' -, !:Inspection,System,v ri P by his wife,-Margaret, and to 'compress assorted ,scrap me. -
' ' Following the ceremony, and .. , .' . their son, Pasul,
age 16 Also tals 'into bundles easy to
, handle 1
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, WATER TEMP: through a happy coincidence, the in the general'S party were and ship was given by Hickey .,, 4,,,,
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UNITED NATIONS,' N.Y.. (UP) The amendment was sugges 0 talon an n sowing anxiety than
, thine, harbors) 81 ' 83 observance of Law Day was -mark Lt. and Mrs.' William P. Pan- yesterday lwhen he fed 'a num- ., ,', : W' ', -
,., The Soviet, Union yesterday vs. to avert a Soviet veto. Russia, In fir finding mutually acceptable
' , ed by the apperance of one lone their dau g 11 t 0 r, ber of 50-gallon ort drums and -. -,A,14-.7 .re, I.
' '''RUNDAY. MAY 4 ' toes a United, States proposal to the opinion 01 most' experienced wayu and means of guarding
dpfpntinnt in rntirt , ,,

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- 1 estanusn an- Arcue -open slues- 1 uipioniazs. risicea a severe,, DrOD- 1 aaainsD surprise attack.7 EndflA matAw 1 1 : fir q-dpv,

-. 1 4AV W410 MiAJL 1,0014 Ut , 'Into tne macrune 1 -- KA
AAA dm vot IAA, a ni i 141 insnection sistem at iltpvu2rd i a ianda setback Ain snurninit -whit i ,, Weyrauch.

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1 11 WAS COLoillialoVU Dy "10,
- ,, r - , ,',- I The Vote 'in the United Nations 1 step toward' disarmament. -' 1, "The Soviet veto also strongly l'51
al Castro was sentenced to spe'ndl Security Council was 10-1. But the 1. U.S. Ambassador Henry,',Cabot! stiggests that their com 1 t C D BURG A chief nt the store house branch
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1 tit Invonrest 1 akainsb aurunsa akbacK. ; was UY 111411Y as a 11171tio I e r I

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, ,- t 30 &IS in jail fon stealing various negative Note of Russia, as a per- Lodge went'. further atter the merely a very obvious attempt to wsprint t.,0. 1,1141, Idle unit nus 011 nann c- I ,e V.rit
. ' A," ' items worth a total of $18 35 from mamentl!, membe
r blocked ,itS meeting.. -, ,-, keep the '11 S Mr Force on the put into operation Monday, a pa. nough such light metal scrap to l' Pa4iglitC-10.---- , '''
--Tne uoosa suver Die
, ---:,,lL---- a car parked under house 0852 on adoption.- '......,',.,..."......,',..,.,',' ,..': .":', -,.- ',' . .' ''; ,'.' ground' where. they won' ld be sit- per mac Ine cape e o ma ing m eep e a es r sy or 4,-.0, ...,
If bl f IC k th b I te bti f ati -.
1 IT 1ET Balboa Road. It belonged to Ro The cohncil also voted down.,,bv ; 'ITO ini.'t versonally' anealati ting ducks for a surprise attack': one day a strip of PaPer wide as least three years. This metal, '' Th. k-' i .'" k ,i.
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' 1 1 bert Wertz f -- I a 9 i,t Ily with Sweden abstraiti. it looks all II the : Sitvief Uolo-li ''' - ' ; ''.. "".",.."4""'": a standard newspaper and long which haS had little sale value'. i, wou,id"- Ttr -thre,r)-pi-ck--the"410ca k-. o-NEA-:
,, .warK,, at s Why a lot of people
i Ing, a Russian proposal that the hat deliberately knocked the idea "Truly, the world deserves enough to stretch halfway around up to now, .will' be compressed
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11.1si. -demand an' -, end, to-, alert of a summit conference in ,.. the sOmething better than tide from the world.' "I i.... . ..... . , ,'.', and, sold, -, ,., --1, .....,-,-,---- ..,,, T,,,,
,o, ,, s BudgtCamm. ittee MiSSiOaS by ll.bombers of the head," he said. ,,,, such a great power as the Soviet ', .-' ) '' 't .. - i -' '-' ' '1' ' - .4 -'
OfPC,Mbting
U.S. Strategic Command to. Soviet Ambassador Arkady A. Union. , ,, ,,er!'................................-...-......,.
ward t,he irontiers ,of the Soviet Sobolev charged that the plan ' , : ', ; ,, -,i''-'-t..---,; - ;,...-- ---
. 1:06, 2:38, 4:38, 6:38, 8:50 p.m. : Union"' and, that the' issue of an was shiply an "intelligence col. ''Lodge asked how' lo(ng "this : , ,
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s He' rifin' Mid-May,' Arctic ', inspection' plan be re- lection scheme" thought up be. rigid and Intolerant' rejectiOn oil Thellorld's rlost lionored Show. 'k .' 6711.-- 4
, , ,,, , ,, ,,, , ., ,L ; ,,, ,,, , .4.. , ''., ferred to 'a, summit conference.' cause the "United States ."needs our offer" to discus's and negoti. I ) t ,,
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' rrs GOT NIS ARMS AROUND NEtt -,' Members of the budget and ft. The entire t )
issue arose, 'chiefly information about Soviet military ate with 'the Soviet Union ca. d ,- , , . '.- .- ,. ,':. - le t I l r,-4 t- i
' .- ALL noun THE WORIEN
4, mittee Of the Board of
nance com 1 .
Directors wil visit the Zone for front a dispatch written-.April 7 dispositions." , , .,, , go on. ,(' ,., -.., .., , ,,, '(1 ,c)--- in
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In ,,which United Press President t, ', .; l's , e'1 '',. : l '
t h Frank H.- Bartholomew described It was the 83rd lime 114sla "We repeat to this cOuncil what
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hydrogen bombs upOn detection to-47 of them were on member. the Unit,ed States is concerned,
o kloy.AArdif;ad 'shined. Age redo, thin usta.tinn a end T.rict. ila Iva Nimill ts...lo ao4". A. A A; A. Ae DI IA .6 A ) A .
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I 9. ..7.7"..'s ,,,,,,i Olive or four days thism o n oi : 52 Best ' '' t
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how SAC, boinbers tool, off with had usedits Security Council ye. we have said before: So far as ,, w, ' , .
1 "z , NNI fo r a preliminary reveiw of budg.
' ., Jr et estimates for the fiseal ...year 1 ICHAEL TODD'S .. t(2--
,... ,.1 Pic.ture Awards. 1 ,. ...,

screens of the Dista n t, Early flounced the action.' said. "Discouraging SS is today's an Wor -WI , ,
; The comMittee will return tn
Warning (De hney sy a t em in "Over' and over again in' the Soviet action, we shall continue
iv lune for a final and, more for-
Canada but :ere prevented from past 12 years," he said, "the So. our efforts in the'll.r in dip10.1 Honors ,
golo, IV trial review.. ,.
, going on false missions through a viet Union has rejected proposals matic exchanges and in anyoth.I dtk 4
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111'101g 1111611e, three direeters on t h "-ran sate-- ormern,, 'mane in gooa into to improve er promistog torum to pea ottec.111 I 'N rg taew
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1 lot 111 coihmittee,, who arrivO may 1 The Unitfd States Proposett,the I. Cflan,,Ces: ,01,(1. Peace ,'one 1 tive' meahs 01 relieving the 'world 11 I starrill n Ault Kt I "ti -0) qt ,

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