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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
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daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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V!LY NEWSPI,;:l

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Deveral thouiand Zonians will halt theit'normel work
' sometime tomorrow and assemble .,21,t 'strategic, locations
,
ready to restore order and handle,huncjreds of casualties'
rhich would be caused, by a powerful atomic exprosion
xomewbere in the Carial Zone'.
Itt
Heading the Canal Zone's Civil' Defense force ,in
tperition Alert, 058 be 034..,W.' E; Pcitter,I and IA'
' Gov. ilugh M.' Arnold who has direct-supervision of Civil
Defense accwities. Both be on duty. in the- main con control
trol control center, which for the exeKcise thist year will,be in the
tpard room of the Administration, Building;' ';'' ,,'
Le",,7t, The alternate-ro-nir'of Cen'teriff,Cr'istobel ill be ful.:
manned in the, Terminals Building under, the direction
'of B. 4. Everson, Tratisportation Ter,mlnals .Dire,ctor,

Other focal points will be' 1.e var
lous assembly: areas' where
paily-tiovernment personnei, and
volunteers will gather for radio
logical and decontamination worle
casualty handling, rescue, .:.health
PIViCeS, and wenare work.
The exact hour of the beginning
el)eration Alert 1958 will, not -an,
hAniced in Elavance.- - ,
The la!inning of the eseeci4e
will be sr., .,:talte4.1. by the sounding
of the 'Take Cover signal on 'the,
air raid warning s)reis. This Sig.
nal is a wa;Lig sound of the
mnutes. ' 2
,
Ile Alert signal, steadY tone'
on the 'sirers for thjce '' minutes
which sound sometime, later,
will mean the end of the exercise
for the general public and those
not taking an active ,Part in the'
to st.
Itetwe-.1 t' ',11(Iiing of the two
si k,,,.Var traffic in
tlio 1 7 -, excet t emergen.

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' Canal ,,
, r, t to into
, Centor
1,ar at
, v or at h, :I e-rected
se a tsr It& t evailat,10 shela.
a 11 remain t, re until the Al Alert
ert Alert siva! somols.
,
The Civil D.' l'onse exercise thi's
1,rear will be tile most extensive
aver, hd for, th Civil Dfense Or Orlanization.
lanization. Orlanization. ",
,; .ExtensiVe patticipatiort
tilrned by the Armed Forces.
la-Emergency broadcasting will be
, instituted at the beginning of the

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t,'SINGAPORE,' May 5 (UP)L-The
, Indonesian loyalists annhunced to,
day that their troops marched yes.
terdayinto Bukittingi,' the rebels'
, former capital and their last .trlaj .trlajI
I .trlajI pr stronghold on Sumatra, I
The loyalists said the eity, fell
at 10:15.a.m. to Infantry' cOlumns
which iinmediately tregan
ping tip" the surrounding country countryThe
The countryThe loyalist advandew, nn Bukit Bukitffrigi
ffrigi Bukitffrigi had beett stalled tor t more
than a week, but neither side had
1 reported heavy lighting ip the ,a,
rea, It was believed that the ad-,
, vance may have been s'owed by
, the rugged terrain on the,approach
' es to Lukitting.
s' 4 Rebel 'guerrillas are expected to
continne. fighting in the hills and,
jungles of Sumatra, while -t h e
main focus of Msurgent Activity
' ts to Menado on Celebes Island
tglieved t(f. be the base of the r,eb r,eb,
, r,eb, el air force. '
7,7 Weeliedn reports indicated:. that
guerrilla warfare was already be be.
. be. gun. Radio Medan said a grenade
, thrown by an "unidentified per..
' son" wounded One soldier in Pe.
, matang S;.intar, while a sizeab'e
rebel band ought loyalist forces
, on the outskirts fi! the,eity.
, The rebels "fled iA diserder.
with apparently heavy casualties,"
the pro-government radio said.

" no Student
i anc
In Fall ,,
"
:rem- Llango Tree
)A student of'the Panama Nation--
Institute was, painfully hut, not
reriously injured yesterday when
lu fell from a mango tree In the
pill:Id-abandoned .townsite. of' La
Roca. ,
, Vicento Franco Rodriguez, Jr.,
17, Panamanian, had. -climbed ',' a
' tree at the intPrsection' of 'Jame 'Jame.
. 'Jame. fa Road and Larbados Street.
In the fall he' suffered head In.
juries which necessitated 13 stitch stitchca
ca stitchca in his forehead. The youth wears
,glasres and these were broken;
but by lucky chance his eyes were
unInjored ,
hodriguez resides at liouse 15,
Nom 74 on "C" Street, Panama
C,ty.

INTERNATIONAL 'AIRINATi

, oy ers
omorijoow

exercise by the Cartbbean Forces
Network,' and residents tiave been
requasted to' ken thir .radios
turned to CFN for- inforniatiou
and instructions throughout the op.
eratido..

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LONDON, May 5 (UP). Fifty
thousathis London 'bus urivers and
conouctors quit worts t'ottay a
strike that crippled ; commuter
services -and.threatened the down downtown
town downtown area with monumental ,tral-'
ficjame at the'start of a record
tourist season.'
,
- Many, Britons 4ared tbe bus
strike, effective, last midnight,
would be followc& by a similar'
out over 1,1w ''s by employes
of the riiiroa0 t- and
by a sympa,hy of the city's
subway system.
The subway was xpected to kb.
sorb most al the loin of city tranl.
port in a 2,000 square mile; area
where 10 minion, persons live.
,But Subway Union, officials refus.;
ed' irt:,a,,,.'solitiarit's move to run
extra trains, to :take care -of the
, overflow,, '. I 's

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Rok'n' R611-Jam
Session In Boston',
rnds'in,Stobbings
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BOSTON, May S' (UP)--Mayor
John B. Hynes today banned teen teenage
age teenage rock in' roll sessions in pub.,
lie balls following a Boston arena
"big ben" jam, session that trupt.
ed,into sluggings and stabbings.,
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About ,000 persons, mostly teen
agers, jammed the arena Satur Saturday
day Saturday for, disc jockey Alan Freed's
show that was' held In nearly corn cornplete
plete cornplete darkness, When the ,shaw
was over, a series of violent 'street
fights 'started. ,
Ilynes Said "these soealled mt.
sical programs are disgrace ,and
must be stooped.. As far I'm con concernted,'Boston
cernted,'Boston concernted,'Boston has been the last
them." -, ,
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PreeSummit Inalks,
On Miiiistei Level'
,
still Airn Of Reds

LONDON,. May, 5' (t1MRussia
kreed today 'to carry on pre,
summit talks with the western
ambassadois in Moscow but still
deman-led that tho big ,,, decisions
at a foreign ministers sessions.
, Soviet -Foreign Miniiter Andrei
Gromyko,told the big three Mos.
cow amfrossadors that the agenda
and membership of a Summit con
i
ference, 34114 be setti,Idby the
foreign m. stem, not titfambas titfambassadors
sadors titfambassadors as t e west had suggested.
Authoritativ sources sal tills
was the key' point of a new Sov Soviet
iet Soviet note to the United Sate, Ertl
ain and France- ; ,' '..,',,t
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Anne Lczos Tonss
In 1,offol Onnrotion
At London Hospital

' IONDON, May 5 (UP)-4 surge.
on Mped out t-year.old Princess
Anne's tonsils and adenoids tn a
5.minute oneration at the child
ren's Hospital here today, The
Princ'ess's cow-tit-ion after surgery
was "very satisfactory."
The treration set a minor pre.
cedent'it was the first time any
member of the ,royal family had
underIntie surgery in a 'general
hosuil al. The royal surgeons cust.
omarily operate at one of,. the
family's various residences.

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MATTER' A BIT to these first and Second graders at 'La Boca'to learn this morning that they and tx- few othir
Pedro Miguel kids will,,have a big schoolhouse. all to themsolVes. At least, .tbere will be .no'tcrowding, with plenty of lawn.
outside to Tun on. The youngsters came In bright yellow buses which waited torthem today until the brief, registration and
period of getting acquainted was over. r", , , ' I

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LEADEAS OF THE, OPPOSI OPPOSITION,
TION, OPPOSITION, Liberal Party are said to
have chosen'', sugar baron',,Rober baron',,Roberto
to baron',,Roberto F:,Chiari as the party's presi,
dentlal candidate in the 1060 elee eleetions
tions eleetions sluring a meeting "held yes-'
terday at the country home of As Assemblyman
semblyman Assemblyman David, $amudio, who
is the group's choice forthe first
vice,' presidential andidgcy.,
iictor V. Goytia, Ai() was 4he
paity's tandidate in the 1956
elections, was quoted 'as saying
,

h f th
t e group s c o ce or, e irst
vice,' presidential Candidacy..
inctor V. Goytia, was 4he
paity's tandidate in the 1956
elections, was quoted:as saying
that le doubted that such a de.
&ion bad bees made. and point pointed
ed pointed out that candidates must be

chosen at a party convention.
,
Goytia also said he' had been
invited to attend yesterday's
meeting bet be had, declined 'be 'because
cause 'because he knew tney Wanted to be
alone." -; ,
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The tTnion Of University Stu
dents (tEU), reportedly ear,
vied out last week's "Operation
Sovereignty" by planting ran,
amailian flags In Om Canal' Zone
1 earlier than bad been planned
in order to keep the raid free
;from any taint of communism:.
Leaders of the DEI.1 apparently
learned that a red-tinged ?group
known as "Twelfth of December"
had planned to tarry out a similar
"operation',I. within the pest two
weeks.

Two-time former President 1)r.
Arnulfo Arias hir: sent,t instrue-,
tions from Li11111: Peru; to urge all
Tanamaista Party members-4. to
rt.gister for their new eedulas so
that the,party will be able to par partiCinate
tiCinate partiCinate in the-1960 elections, re reports
ports reports s ;the tabloid La Hora-.0
The paper quoted an unidenti unidentified
fied unidentified Panameilista leader as 'say 'saying
ing 'saying Arnulfo Arias was 'confident
that his party would be success successJul
Jul successJul in the 1960 elections.
1

Assemblyman Diogenes
Pino,' president, of the National
As4mbly, is reportedly planl
ulnq to ask the attorney gen.
'eral to investigate, who is the
Assemblyman rmentioned as
possible link hi the smuggling
and counterfeiting aetivitiel of
Victor Zabaneh.

tZabaneh waS arreded a week
agd last Saturday when detectives
found' a latge qiiantity ,of C01111-
tee' eit "chanee',' tickets in a roll
, of newspapers sent to Zabaneb by
his brother Elias. in Mexico.
Reports front Secret Police
Chief Hecter Valdes,. whollew to
Mexico last :Wednesday. is 'that.
Zabaneh's' brother, a Mexico 4City
jeweler, has triade a full confes confession.
sion. confession.
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, PANAMA, MONDAY,-5IAY 5, 19511

,
lit all, over,the Isth.
mus,tooay tit sessioa;
mpuinie Vanama
some 1.140u houng.ers, -who had
registereo earner, picked ,up' theit
settooloomis anci ,, began ae.ual
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: in 'the Canal.- Zone, some ',950
StALtenLit wit!) tne. ',dun
American ocnobis- gathered at,
tacit eiassrooma, to. tOmplete re,
gluratied or me' new (elm; xte(g.
war classes start tomorrow.
, ninny tnia morning 7, were
,'claltrooms at Forint, ,, Santa
k.rus and Rainbow t..ity, as stud.
ants and, parents 'arnved tor, tho
'morning anift.- Certain -,, greats
rooms wire to -have anernoon
gistration Wort 't
thel 1)1g,ta Boca) h o 01'
there was also the, sound, excited
'of childish voices on five
rooms.,'Ilu't the rest of the roomy
building,' waS-- e m04. i

Re:!3:ous lets
inile2nce Clizate
01 Elz,c1!:;1-11ST

,
NEW, YORIC (upy. -; Former
President 'Truman said yesterday
that' a presidential canniciate s
religious., &filiation would vitally
&feet his' chances of election.
Ines turner President did not
name a n y'o n e specifical y in
making the statement. 'Truman
was asked' en the NBC teleVision
p r og r a m, "Youth Wants To
Know":
,"Mr., Truman,, it has always
been customary that a United
Statu president be Protestant.
Do you think that a candidate's
being Catholic or any otheT re.
ligion $or that matter, would have
any vital bearing on his chances
for election?"
. ,"Yes, I, do, but thint it is
loo bad ,that is the case,",
mad replied. "I don't think 4t
ought, to hapien ,in this country.
I ,am giving yott a' frafik answer
40 it." ,
Truman,, who is, a )3antist,- said
,that he, hoped' the tme Would
come in this country', when re.
ligioir would not make- any dd..
Ierence
.You have some mighty goo4
Catholic governors right here in
the state of New York and in
Massachusetts, also', and I don't
see that they -did any worse job;
and maybe a better job than any.
one else wou'd," he said. "I don't
think that, ought to enter into it
at all.", ,
Truman apparently re erred to
Al .Smith and Charles Poletti,
recent New York governors who
were Catholics. TN. present goy.
ernor, Averell Hareman. is an
' Episcopa taft.''Cor -FosterFur.
enkr of Massachusetts is a Catho.

Pedro Mg Wel residents in grad.
es, from one to six are being taken
Care of 'for the first.. part of the
term at Lai Boca. Later they will
be transferred to the Pedro- Mi.
guel School,' which ill' become
part lot the 'Latin American sys system.
tem. system. ,-, 4. ,,, af v
The 'Boca School Oincipal,
Miss Juliette garrington, had no
ligures on, how many had, regist regist'ered,
'ered, regist'ered, but some 140 'Pupils are
expected.- )
Teacher Myron. Lei,Wbo taught
'in Latoca last year, hid started
his sixth graders early; teacher
F. 'Winter,. In charge of third
grade,,was yelcoming his charg,
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Idea'01;11S !lava!:
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Base:For' rapilot :-
PORT, OF SksAIN, 'TRINIDAD,
Mayi5 (IIP)77.The new West,In West,Indies;Tederation
dies;Tederation West,Indies;Tederation has dropped 'the
idea-of taking over the US. naval
base here as site for its -capitol
and )asociated,huildings, it was
repOtted today.

Intorined tplarters said a not.
yet-published report prepared by
an investigating eommission says
the Navy location is "the only suit suitable
able suitable sits for- a base indispensable
to ,the deeense of the West Indies
and the Panama Canal,"
They said the report described
the base site at Chaguaramas as
"the best naturally-endowed harb harbor
or harbor between North and Soutly Am
erica." ' :
The commission,' headed by
former governor general Arden
Clarke, inspected possible alter alternative
native alternative siter from' Antigua to Trini Trinidad
dad Trinidad be'ore coming to its reported
conclusion that none would be suit suitable
able suitable for the base.s )
The naval installation is one- of
the chain' of -outposts the United
States obtained under its "destroy,-
ers' for baser deal with Britain

Army Pvt. Donald Lee Graham,
23, Was fined $5 in ,I3a lboa Magi.
strate's,- Court this morning, tor
permitting an unauthorized person
to drive his carThe driver, Isaac
Gale, 32, Panamanian, was fined
50 for, haying ,110: operator's
cense
, Driving ,a 'vehiele with bSdlY
worn tires nd defective brakes
netted's $15 fine i'or Oscar Jesus
I3enitez, 39, Panamanian.
Ovidio Ortega 27 Panainanian,
was. fined $5 tor having, no license
to operate the truck he was driv4

.
Driving a Ws:without a license
to do so resulted in ,a $10 tine for
Visitacion:,Agucro,,I5, ranama ranamanian,
nian, ranamanian, Imposition of ,Sentence' was
susPended, 4'or hint on -.another
charge, that of failure to disp'sy
an inspection sticker ow his ve vehicle.
hicle. vehicle.

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RUmmSging among emPty ammu ammunition
nition ammunition cases in dump area off
an Army Road on tbe, West Bank
restated, in the of a thumb
and two fingers for Porfirin Ran Rangel,
gel, Rangel, A ,tesident 'of NtleVa. Arrsi Arrsijail.
jail. Arrsijail. 4 1
T h e '27 ,k year :old Padama.
nian, employed by the Army at the
Las Cruces ,motor pool in the Cu
rundu, Area,' was going through
the Army dump on' the K1O-C
Itohd on the West Bink when he
picked up ak.empty antmunition
esse,", -'
AuthoritieS who investigated the
case believe it contained either
detonator -.fuse which' exploded
'when disturbed, or a pin was re removed'from
moved'from removed'from a fuse by the move movement
ment movement V the box.
Rangel's thumb.& fist arrl void 1
fingers were blown off by the
explosion. , p
He als-o surered powder-burns
on big-chest-face arms and right
ee.'lle is under treatment at dor.
gas Hosnital but is not on the se

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Flags From. 010ratton Soverarvnty'
,
Turnd aver To Panama Authbrillas

, Panamanian flags planted' by members of the Union of Ifni Ifnivrsity
vrsity Ifnivrsity Students (UEU) in the Canal Zone last week during "Op "Op'
' "Op' eration Sovereignty" weri turned over at the Balboa Police Sta.'
tion this morning by Canal Zone authorities to Presidential aide
Raul Arias. ,
The flags will be returned to th0 MU this evening at 6 In a
special teremony at the Foreign Office. The students have an an'
' an' nounctd that the flags will be paraded along Central Avenue
- 'Immediately afterwards all the way un to the Presidential Pal.
ace, where -LIEU president Carlos Arellano Lennox will deliver
, Lennox Is expected to calf for some definite nronouncement,
' on the part of the government regarding the LIEt's ,"Operation

itolboolmseRs 0 teopm,00mp

About eight additional doctors will be added to.ths
staffs' of Canal Zone 'Hospitals ,if the', Congress appro-,
priates funds'requested in this year's budget, it Was learn learned
ed learned today'.
The budget now before the lawmakers includes $56,-
000 for additional personnel th'e Canal Health' Director, f,
Col. Charles O. Bruce, said today. ';;
The overall Canal Zone Government buclgeffor
Fiscal Veer 195) contains an iterri.,of some $7,093.00 for
hospitals and health serviie. This is an inCrease abOut

$656,000 over last year's., , :
If appropriated, it will prcivide funds for various co'
tat betterments at Corozal, Coco Solo and Gorgas Hospi
,
,
tots, and.tpr the purchase of ,new equipment,
Ftinds.loi these needs wire requested six-rnonths
moie',ago,when Gov: E.! Potter' stibmitted thi Zdtie's
budget needs' to Ylashington', along with those sent in, by
other Federal agencies. . .
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'nee'd for' haSpitof funds was t-s-r-id by tl-1
releese lest week ef o' report byTr,,l-; IZ; r
' ,t '-
.
ilargcr end mor, resources, a lar;er
!technical cind 'subordinate',staff; and a more .effici:at
Iplant. ." 2 : -!.

The biggest change to he seen
by- the Canal Zone public if the
new, budget goc, through will be
more doctors -in, the out patient
clinics,

Doctors, ,bandling out-patients
at Coco Solo now handle one pa patient
tient patient every nine minutes; those,
at Gorges- take care of one pa patient
tient patient every 20 minutes.
Bruce said today that the
Alealth Department will try to
, increase the average to one pa patient
tient patient every 29 minutest thus giv giving
ing giving time fot more thprough
'Consultations.
There 'is, also anitem 'of 1150,-
003 for new ,; coutilmfmt in the
blidt;et., Ptir thi4 required
by the electrical-conversion. ,'
- Besides the eight new doctors
the personnel 'requested 5 will, in inelude
elude inelude some( extrepositions in the
Publle Health Service -and .staff
for the' program of sandfly control
on the Atlantk side:

The Sum of 8100.000 bas been
asked to continue- the, intensive,
molaria control r'progrom. started
lasryear;' though. this is $8,5,000
lesS than the emergency sums
spent when malaria began tO gain
a fresh foothold in the Zone. This
surly is in additiOn ttp that for,reg for,regular
ular for,regular control work.
Other items sought include:
." For dorgas A new
blood-donors section,' on, emer emergency
gency emergency electric power:lenerator,
and air conditionhic in I the in infan4'
fan4' infan4' formula. room rid two, 14,1
reas 'of the Board of 'Health tor tor.
. tor. boratory. ,
For- Coto fiolo'' hospital A
Iservice elevator, ,',rearrangement
c)f ward facilities, an intomatic

3 USIAllors'Ialled'
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For Poster-Tearing
In:Ilaples-:,
NAPLES, May, (up)-, Three
American sailors wer,e arresecl
by Italian police today lot damag.
ing Communist election rosters.
It was the.third su.ch licident
Volving Americans in tour days.
The men were identified as D011
old Little. 21. Charles Smith and
John Utchinson, both,,front the
ammunition s p,,' "Wrangell"
docked in the barbor.:i,"

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Police said the, men were
rested after they' bad torn down
11 Communist election postirs.
So far. the Communist s press
has surprisingly failed to play up
such incident.; lout their repetition
could lead lefty01g newspapers to
make them sn election issue since
the Iatalian, government has
ready bannedRussian ...tourists
from Italy during the election
campiign. for fear of incidents.

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telenhone svitchboard and doe-
tors.' call' system,
For Corozal Hospital A $111,-
000 blidget item for capital
provernents: including r.enovat,,,1
of the section for male paticn13,
a new dining Toom for Tema 1,4
patients, a new refrigeration sys system
tem system in the kitchen, and the con construction
struction construction of facilities ff,r occupa occupational
tional occupational therapy and recreation.
There wilt also be a driveway
with 'a sheltered loading plat, A '':
form for ambulance' eases.
, Bruce said today that capital
'outlayo iit Gorgas bas been
to a minimum, because of t
possibilitv of big changes in t",
'plant itself within' the coc,'
Years,
' The, Falk report,: will t
pitieb study' before any series f
decisions arciriade, he added.

'NICOSIA, Cyprus CUP) I
tremists shot two British soldiers
dead in On sfreets of Fathagusta
in broad 'daylight yesterday In art s,
apparent rebumption of a bloody '',
revolt designed tw wrest Cyprus
from, British control.'
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'The soldiers' tvere, In civilise
clothes- and were lialldng down
October 28 Stieet, : a principal
thoroughfare les Famagusta, when'
!ley i"efe sho Own.
na mes were svithheld-,,
The slayers. ,f soparently, menu
hers ot the Greek-Cypriot, tOKA
-,, ersned
It 4' w'as the tirst dine Brifis'h
"A14"-; Issd been shot, sines
EOKA declared a truce 13 months
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EOKA's tiviterions leader: eol.
George GriVIS, who also uses the
name Dighenis, issued 'an ultimo.
turn. two weeks ago, that, unless
Pritain resumed political negotia.
dons the truce would end arni :
bloodshed would begin again, ,1 '
The ,shootings Sunday- came os
the eve of British'- Governor Sit
,Hugh Foot's scheduled visit to
London to di'Scuss the future' oi
the 110,mile long Island and It cos ,,,
incided with a published state'
ment by Soviet Premier Nildta 4
Khroshchev that, Rossa sides will
theGreek Cypriots- ," ,
In answer to questioni 'h
Greek. Khrushchev.
''Ithe' Soviet people 'sympathize
With and honor the desire of the
Cypriots to uphold their legitimate
rightt and to get rid of ,foreige
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withdrawal of Pritain and uniot
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! BOW CAN WE iAVE' GOOD ,DELAT1ONS?

- ROW CAN WE RAVE GOOD RELATIONS?
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I'm new here in Panama and bting r woman too, and the first
to admit that I don't know enough about the local situation to real real,
, real, ly form an accurate opinion. But I am an avid reader of the pa papers
pers papers and especially the Mail Box and after readins Panama Joe's
latest (Mail, Box, April 28-29), I just have to say a few things.
He spoke' of us Americans trying to have better 'relations with
- the Panamanians and not being so quick to condemn. Well, bow
can we have any kind of good relations with them when they go
out of theu way in every instance to let us know they don't want
us here and don't like us? -
I have encountered nothing but rudeness on every 'occasion. In
the stores, they raise their prieesOu the strets When 'you ask for
information they pretend ;they can't speak English. The police give
tickets just because you're American, and the worst of all they
Will speak Spanish around, in front of and over you-as if you weren't
even there when you know they can speak English, as they have
probably already done so in your hearing. It is my total ambition
to learn to say just enough Spanish to tell someone off just once
when they pull that. , ::
Then of course, is the old gripe.' hi the P.X.'s and commissaries
they WOUld absolutely rather die, then wait on you or give you the
least bit of service that you are entitled to. It really burns me up
to have clerks stand and converse with each other m Spanish and
completely ignore the fact that am standincwith money in handl

to pay for something I'd like to buy.
Then the meat angle Panama Joe spoke of. As sa I'm new
and Lir the first month or two I didn't knOW that there were two
kinds of meat available, so we metered; I tried, everything possible
to make that meat eatable, but after we all got sick and just couldn't
stand to even smell Nit cooking I gave up and we went vegetarian.
Thank goodness,-1 have since found out hOw to buy only Stateside
meats and we are once again able to have a dPeent meal., I don't
know what the difference is in the cattle,and maybe if you've eaten
' this kind all your life it's 0 K.,,but to us it's just not 'eatable.
, And last but not least, this kick about 4tems being sold in the
commissariesit'e the same old story, if you could get fair price
in town, you'd buy there. But Panama Joe lmows as well.as I, that
the Tomes charged ux are not fair or evert within the limits of
imagination. I personally don't enjoy havinglb talk and talk to get
, the price down and even then it's double whit it skould be. I will
never, ever get over the way my husband was absolutely "taken",
in Colon before Christmas. lie talked the itent down tol. $7.50 and
, later found it several placesfor under $.3. ,
e There's one thing for sure, we're new berebut' we've already
learned as have most of the other Americans here. It's cheaper by
' far to send to the States than to buy in Panama and we're happier
' too, when we stay away from town because, t' v e can forget
how we're hated by the country we're here to defend., e,

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' SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
Sir: , ,,, ,
That Fiesta'de San acinto'is over and what a Fiesta!
, drizzle of rain one minute, and brights un the next. Took
no chances and.;wore dark glasses all the time and kept in
the &Y.. ' '
Tornadoes craned heavr,,damage ovrr most of the country
and'are again on the bill for today,
A complete rest for two days with dark glasses on all the
time has relieved, my sight, end I find I can read my writing.
Have had but little from the Crossroads, only a little on the
radio, and I want to hear more about the uranium strike.
Heard twq college professors dismissing where our.next source
of energy, Would come from. They predict it's coming but can't
Say from,'what source,- ta-do4 most likely the sun.
It Falk gatU rank to take me 1, t, to ce our
at the trAne near Karnes City, sorne Xi. tulles from
Speaking of ,tornadoes, they hit at McKenny, e uur
biggest Vete Hospital is located, and broke most of the- win windows
dows windows for miles around.
The Fiesta brought in a supply of crooks and with It a
supply of highjacking. ,
Contracts for road construction are up for bids arid Boole
were let last week. Trying to hurry so' as to give out as many
jobs as possible and at the same tirrie important pore farm
labor from Mexico than ever before. ,
Heard a man in Boston say that ou.1 attackt
or brfore May 5. So we will wait and see.
If this sight of mine tontinues, I may do better next Week.
Let's hope. Thanks to the Hinkles for the papers.
, Pop Wright

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, CIVIL RIGHTS ON CANAL ZONE ,
The chil rights of United States Negro citizens Are being infringed
on the Canal Zone. The infringements are committed by white US
citizens starting from Balboa Heights and going right on down
, through the military posts., 1- ,
The Thirteenth and Fourteenth Ameodments to the Constitution
guarantee the civil rights of all US citizens irrespective of race or
color. We know al-so that segregation has been officially abolished
in the armed forcesbut are( the generals here in the Canal Zone
doing something,about enforcing this abolition order?
' The President, his Secretary of Defense. and members of Con Congress
gress Congress should be informed of the manner in which discrimination
against US-citizen Negroes here is as conspicuous as the Stars and
Stripes flying over the Administration Building.
' In a previous Mail Box discussion of this situation an American,
presumably Ashite, wrote that Panama has asked the United States
not to send Negro citizens down to work here.',1 would be ashamed

presumably,White, wrote that Panama has asked the United States
not to send Negro citizens down to work here.';,,1 would be ashamed
- to think that the United States should go'. along with any .such un-
COnStittitiOnli regUeSt. It would amount to official US government
approval of segregation, in the face of the Supreme Court's decisions.
Since when is Panama dictating the United States? If we go
along with. the request not to send' Nezroes here, why don't we ac-
egeda also in the 100 or so requests Panama seem to make daily,
up to and including the university students' 'request for the Canal
itself? ,,,"
Or was the 'writer of that- letter trying to' pin' the blame on
Panama for a dishonorable policy of our own, officials? Whether or
not Panama made any such request, there is no justification for, any
limitation on the employinent of colored US citizens on the Canal
Zone. Such limitation would be typieal of the South,,' with the
Northerner, of course, admiring the situation with folded arms.
, -We wit together Stateside. Why Can't 'we do the same here?
What is wrong with the morale of the eolored military person-
telr- Suppose we take time out, to find the number of US citizen
Negro wives who have applied at Cm Corozal and Balboa Labor Of-
fire2..and the number who have been employed. Of the two offices,
Balboa is probably the worst. A us-citizen colored applicant is in-
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terviewed with dis ain. She s o a at least three applicants are
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Interviewed, one of whom will be chosen, A white US-citizen appli appli'
' appli' cant for the same position' 13 accepted with TIO such :
, lo the 'United States there are many thousands of white children
being taught by Negro teachers, but- here, in, the Canal Zone there
is apparently co.room for US-citizen Negroes -even If they re bet better
ter better qualified than their white c mtrymen. Negro stenographers
and typists who haVe qualified are rarely sent for interviews and
zone is ever hired. ,
I ntight 'add that the interviewing of well-educated 'US-citizen
Negroes is 'sometimes done by such 16w-caliber white Americans
that one's pride in citizenship is seriously tested.
, In contrast to the Canal Zone situation, it is interesting to see
some of the positions colored dependents hold Stateside. I recently
saw a magazine article on a young colored lady who is assistant
director of arts and crafts in the hobby shop at the base where
her husband is a photo-navigator. 'Hired shortly 'offer she aPPlied
through the base special services office three years ago', she teach teach'as
'as teach'as ceramics, leather crafts, lapidary work. pottery end childrensii
crafts, to 33 students dolly. Her various duties in the shop, the chief
, source for bobby supplies, range from basic instruction in ceramics
to'bookkeeping. ,An avid hobbyist herPelf, she conecto Negro music
and' literature. This individual would be unhoppy indeed In the Ca Cacti
cti Cacti Zone, where she would be unlikely to find any useful outlet for
, her valuable talents.. '.
The efforts oU ITS-citizen Negro appbcants to get ',Sobs here
have beln to little Val A white applicant with the lowest score
, ean qualify before a colored applicant with the hiehest. 'We criti criti'
' criti' cize other countries, including Panhma, for practicing racial dis discrimination,
crimination, discrimination, then-we turn round and practice it effeetively in is US
Govemnient agency.
torgetrthat-Negro,and, whiteAmericans fought 'to 'to1
1 'to1 gether in the last war, and will surely do so in the next, We fight
not just for the defense of the United States, but for the principles
of tru,e democracy to which the US adheres. Why can't these dem demreeratio
reeratio demreeratio prineiples find, application here on the Canal Zone?
, , ,Loyal US Citizen

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Wednesday morning three ., ' ,- 2, 's..V .. 'ess,1,- ,11 , W.Va.) tor a s till.
ly influential men waited . . -,- ' t st 4 XP ' ' It does not 1,,,,e the surix
nall pruale room of the , ,,
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f. C, I '-lti et I the Eisenhower administratic
Dffice Building for a coast. ,- 4 N-,--- a -,:li 0.6 144 of the big trucking and gL
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ennedy and labor's own -. t-'' ,,,-- - :., -, .' '.', lead-o f witness, Agnes M
chief, M Hayes, head of -'0 0..--.7 ,',,, .-, -I.' -, -' i- k- ..... : .., ,, i ., -- .- t. sometimes cal ed "the pei
,, I lobbyist?' -.
'L-CIO Ethical' Practices 1 f -''' '.'- : '- -, k :---- '. '' "- e'; ,':':- ''' ". ''- '- 1 ,- ,o
-tee. .. - ,' ., 4, ,,,,,, ' .., 4' ,.- -' ,, i s -, - - , y -,' , 4- ,, t - ','",- ,For over150 Years Americal
, , - tr'' . -. '.,, -- ' - , 4 4 - ,- . Men have crusided for better
ong distance call they had '- s' ' '''' '-'. - -- .;-' '- :-2', '.,- ''' '-'"'',' '' ' s'' -' ''' '' '- cation, beginning with Emma
, ... .. .,... ,. .,,, ,.,...,,, ,,- - --- ,t-: -- --,.,--------,'- ------ :: --.-,,:' - ---- -- t" -- --- - - ,- lard of, Troy, N.Y., -in 1800,
ugh -was to labor's top lead.
rge -Meany. While Waiting . ., '' -- ''' : '' 1:- ,-- -- ,, ,, '',' t ' ; --''-'-'4,, -' '' -,." -,P ''''s Mary Lyon who founded A
ict the AFL CIO president,
I f ' '. ' -' ,' ', , ,. ''' : '... ,' .' c rt,,,, Holyoke -College, and Cath
m mei discussed strategy , ,.4,' ,'--' A - ,,4' -,. --i,, : ,-, : , ,'- -- -- ' --,N Beecher ki1-IlarVord, and t.
ight on Sen. WWiam Know- i ,0 ,' ' ,,,, ,, 1 - f .. 2, 4 2 - t 2 r,. l' Dodge who devoted her We to
3 proposals for laws which '- ,..., ... -.,.,. .' .. , '- -- 0 ', ', -",, ., ,, catingrimmigeant" children, ,,
, ,
give the, gov't the right k-' - .
'vise secret balloting by u- 1: ,-. ''; 7. - V ,r, Ella lagt,Young who bei
,
-' -, , '' the first, woman superintende
embers in strikes,' recall .g ,, ,
1 1
'' ' ',7,. sthools-14-,Chicago; to Susan
,officials and on such mat- ' ..
i er -. Dorsey, 'first, womini s
'changing union constitu. ' 1 4
(
1: ,, superintenden't -in Los Angels
d rules on dues, fines, sus- ,, 0 -. 1- ' In recent years Miss Meyer,
i and expulsions. --, ,,i .... '-' of the chaiman ot theWas
i
, ton -Post,. luta -made it her. ji
Irts from those it this three i
-,...-, ,,,,,-,,
, ...,
... interview President Eisenbow
sere meeting -allege that f, .. -- .0 urge better education, lies t,
,
layes lust what was the ., t , with.' Senators, wor,ked with
)m in new labor laws t -- ,
the union chieft would se., 1. 'a , I net 4nembers snd. this week
. the first witness its urging pal
ithout a fight. The sena- -, ',-. f' of the Murray,. Metcalf bill s
id tried to get .. to -Mr.
-
-- would grant states $25 a yea
the clay before hut he ..' -,,'....
1 each school-age sttident and
sooting. Ser they turmd '-,,,-r,:-.,:''..,,,,,,4.,, At -,,, mit the states to ,spend the ir
ws, mentor ef labor's" e. , Hsi!. ot'ryttitiii..:" -' "''''" on better buildings Or better ti
practices. 4 .-. i '. '-' , ers salaries. as they wished
said labor waisted no,new t ---,, ' ' s '' ' ' "-Knowledge," says Mrs..-4
hich would affect union -' I 2,.::: r 0 .: ' .. ',Nil ,), 17 .. er, ,t'is the greatest- single si
in any.lashion. He Said 1, 1
jff ,.,.11 iok 111
, I of power in ,the --working' oll
ere, enough laws on the lersi -Ire rl rl to 1 r:mti ,, t 1 , human destiny, Ideas are stil
le wanted, that labor would ii 04 il i t ,',44- gl -. ii 6 4a L L : j ., most powerful of all, missiles.
y and, every .effort to pass 1 Ilia ..,11 '4,-.,-,S w wil 4 b Cold War has -been shilted b,
11 ,.
which insinuated that la, ,,,- i i -, ' , -, ,.. ;', .. , '- ., ... s ,. , ' astute leaders in the Krs
dn't clean house by itself. ,, ' : ' ' ,- ,- ; from, a competition .111 ph5
!cording to reports, Hayes ',,, I -, .. ., -- , ;,. ,, ,1 ., ,.: ,' strength to a competion in bi
I he couldn't speak for all THE 'MERRY' BRAWLS :- 1"Have you ever noticed when n t ')'?ss can. safely wader that ,' ti "Whatever nation. has the

Labor 'News
And
COMMent
al VICTOR RIESEL
-
Early Wednesday morning three
nationally idluential men waited
,a small pruale room of the
Senate Office Building for a coastto-coast
telephone call to be com completed
pleted completed so they could talk Vs their
friend and colleague in San Fran Francisco.
cisco. Francisco. ,
,
The call came through. It will'
make political hisotry,
The three men were Demoeratic
Senate chief, Lyndon4ohnson, Sen.
John Kennedy and tabor's own
"police chief, M Hayes, head of
the AFL-CIO, Ethical Practices
Committee.
The long distance call they had
put through was to labor's top lead leader,'
er,' leader,' George -hleany. While waiting
to contact the AFL CIO president,
the three men discussed strategy
for the fight On Sen. William Know.
land's 13 proposals for laws which
would give the, gov't the right
to supervise secret balloting by u union
nion union members in strikes,' recall
of unioniofficials and on such mat.
ters as changing union constitu constitu1
1 constitu1 tions and rules on dues, fines, sus sus.
. sus. 1 pensions and expulsions. ,
b Reports from those at this three
hour secret meeting allege that
asked Hayes lust what was the
minimum in new labor laws
which the union chieft would ac-,
must without a fight. The sena-
tors had tried to get te .Mr.
Meany the day before but he
, was. traveling. Ser they turmd
'to Hayes, mentor ef labor's' e ethical
thical ethical practices. t
I Hayes said labor wanted no new
laws which would affect union
activity in thtlashion. He said
there were, enough laws on the
books. He wanted, that labor would
tight any and every effort to pass
a bill which Insinuated that la,
bor couldn't clean house by itself.
But, according to reports, Hayes
also said he couldn't speak for all
labor since he headed' Just- one
union,' the Machinists'. Association'
whose members make intercoti.
nental missiles and rockets among
other things. Hayes spid they'd
have to talk to George Meany.
They did. ,
iApparently Hayes had reflected
Meany's position quite sceurately.
The national 1bor chief
norted to k have ,told the senators
that labor was wposed to any
form of, sunervision and to 'have
sharplv criticized Seq. Knnw land's
smendments, tike Hayesi at the
Washington end of the cable con conference.
ference. conference. .Meanv,l is renorted to
have rejected all compromiqe. 1
Iher said 1 b,,
v the bi 01,
;,ly the bi'
finnncial dAtaot the
dollar pension and welfPro funds.
While the three tnen in
seclusion, labcm, lobbyists fanned
out throuals the Sonste's ',wee
rooms,'Ilalls and offices with Rs.,
ein City Music Hall Rocire'te pre.
cislon. In unton thPy took out
after Sen. Itnowland owl ell
sunnerters: There werA 'more hut,
fen.bniers in the 1)11iia;n4 fbiin
the notonent Workens
Diroetino slop 'Fisica! rhorui
wos the- ilP1.310111 leolelstioo
-lohbvinss blo An4 ;emit.,
ler, lormor Wisconsin reneeest.'
Psos. woeofl out 'ef Peees
villith is ear fof Ulito
''Ps a osiftlAtsoffire.:Ssm:,"-"Mons.
flolci, from Montono.fs 'he uo uor.o
r.o uor.o h"uss,s nemcrsn. -04,to.
For bones on end,
ro.ebes,V111, ?Mt lisill'omr"qt tit.
toniumtviet Nationsi rs'en
ging 'AA'? ofht"ent 1010"1 ''""'
Tonteed 11Prt;o1IPPIV '11,04.'11
!Mow: ArAfbovo
01'1' 'f1111,0'. the 4olt :
,'1141"sn Ttohoson' eems not elf
tbA ennterosnce,1,0 fAt,
re, tbm bv,
cew,itrneriet9,4
ur',,,f1-01,..ctio g,414 14.0,,. 9,
Thai CanotAr.frAwi imsol..4 .1
"11;AA fnr, 41,4 1,"
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fm, etu-, 'Arno.
ge'So; 1,toelt, T4e To;11 ;-It ;
rolvar bs
es to
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- , '
snare was an ung 'aux Anal,
when King Richard the Lion-1,
Hearted was held prisaner
Austria after the Crusades, a
wanderibg minstrel, Blonde,
sought to find him. The min
Orel went ftom castle to castle, 0
singing part of an English bat batlad
lad batlad whic4 had been a favorite
of the King's. from'
the dark tow.- of -Durenstein,
'a voice replied with the rest of
the ballad. and the lost King
of England was found.
Britannic& Jr. lacalossitia
There was an old fable PAC
when King Richard the tion-1,
Hearted was held prisper in
Austria after the Crusades, a
wanderibg minstrel, Blonde,
sought to find him. The min,.
Orel went from castle to castle, o
singing part of an English bat batlad
lad batlad which had been a favorite,
of the King's. from
the dark tow.- of-Durenstein,
a voice replied with the rest of
the ballad. and the lost King
of England was found.

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,singing part of an English bal.. ,
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ng

THE 'MERRY BRAWLS
Although it aroused a
torrent, of oratory in' the United
Nations, a series of jolly skirm skirmishes
ishes skirmishes has been popping They have
the same'. entertainment value as
bullfights for spectator's, that
crities, clowna and assorted limo limocent
cent limocent bystanders. This peace-lov.
ing colyumist hu been astounded
to il;qcover that the airy nothins
of a lightweight oaf and his over overweight
weight overweight wind,- machine, attracted
more newspaper space than the
Mideasl;, crisis or thethreat of a
nuclear Wilt The. attention, devot:
ect te such monumental trivia in inhpired
hpired inhpired TV critic John Crosbyrk an
other peace-lover, ti) report ',that
tqr, ;CIL nlyt or
,1,f t 14)h
course, tile epidemic
egos is hardly novel. Such gener general
al general irritability has been, going a around
round around ever since the first critit
deflated a performer's lofty opi.;
nion of himself. ,Actually, every:,
body is a critic. And nobody likes
criticism. ,
,' Some of the Contemporary 'don 'donnybrooks
nybrooks 'donnybrooks are rather vapic when
comnared with' emilar hoopsdeedoodling-
id the past. Haywood
Broun, for example; 011Ce partici particiPated
Pated particiPated .rumble 'with Eva Tan.
guay, the star; Whn Broun, was
an aisle-hunter 'he bang-bang'd
Miss Tangnay with: "Ours As a 1
demOcracy; so 'probably 'nothing
ean be done' about the singing of
Eva Tanguay.,I never know what
she is trying to be, except no.
Miss Tanguay is billed as a 'bomb
sheiLl,:Would, to heaven she. were,
for a bomb is something which
is carried' te a great, height and
then .droppeci.'1,
Miss Tangnay ieturned the com--1
1Pliment which' stated part!

O'ROURKE 'SUFFERS ATTACK:
NVN YORK (UP) John
O'Rourke', president of thi New
York Teamster Joint CoUneli,,sut
fered a heart a tta ik.t last
night while presrding at a union
meeting, He was reported in criti,.
cni condition' at, Columbus tinspl.
,

'..,';' :t''''Istr,t, '..'h- .,,-

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4boaw,..,

OODLES Or NOODLESDinnees, 'oh the line, in Ittaitian,.;;
Formosa, where thin, Bax-like noodles made from mungo beans
dry. in the sun. ,:rhe tiny'mungo beans; usids by TI.S. kids in:
beanbags and as irniritillitiCA iOr' lean shootnrs, are trOUnCL
"then into gelatinous-inset, whkhaisforced .througb 74
what looks like shower, head,.Known.as ,tellophane
din Chinese restaurants itt the U.S.( the filmy strands ate eaten
....nartieularlY on birthdayi arid festive ,oecasions in Formosa.' 1, 1

r$ arid

, ,
1"Have you ever noticed when a
'woman sucteeds how they attack
her until her character bleeds?
Now to you who have slandered.
You are dirt beneath my feet, for
I have beaten you., at your, owe
game and it's a hard game
beat." ,
, ,e
History will little note nor long
remember 'these wars. They hays
a certain- amusing qUality, hoW.
ever. One of tne. more -nota'.:,
warriors has been Rex Harrison
His 'campaigns Incidde-glareswap;
ping with several lady' colyumists
as :welt as. rhubarbs with -fellow
performers. Theresult Was a ring-,
ing -communique which was pub.
lished in the Hollywood Renorter:
"We don't remember an actor, to.
r -. who
Jod. taste in
co nduct among workers.'
The wonder of, the, whole. thing is
that Harrison didn't:, haie his
face .bashed 1;0! 1,
The.strido reroly extends to the
face.bashing in level. Howeyer,
there ts s' certain amount of ten.
slow When. Katharine Hepburn
first arrived in-Movieville, she ir.
ritated reporters' by telling-them
she couldn't -.remember whether'
or not, she was married,The star
then 'deadpanned: "Nevertheless,'
I ant4 crtain I have five
On' the.; bthr band,' Grade
Kelly's rebellion was mild. She're:
fused to divulge 0 newsmen:beg
bust.wait.hipa dimensions.
' Vendettas. involvipg rtities' and
their targets' represent, a tratnntl
.-andtageless-A-cat mouse
eame.-A few,seasonsago, actresS
Kim ',Stanley. insulted critics 'by
describing them sa.,-"fatheads,"
II-you tall that an insult. Critir
lohn 'Chapman. fired- -back:. ,44If--
Miss' Stanley :thinks critic? are
dopes,-,what the hell dee; :she
thinks 'actreses are?"1.'
- The feuds 'are tnter.
tainhig.2,They -vet. alwaya- fun, ;of
coiirse,, when you're -not involved.-
Among-, the" more. vioorotiS '.battL
ers-proclucers,. playwrights,'' critics
newsnabers' and mkelazinegi,t Miss
tctrekhea is- as star,' a sheeting
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' You can safely wager that a
critic's estimation of his sense of
j,-;';-0 is repo., s!,ared by bis
targets. When ywright Maxwell
Anderson was gilled with the Cri Critics'
tics' Critics' Cricle prize, he expressed his
devotion to, reviewers; "Except
for the theatre critics of, N. Y.,
no body of Men in the country
is qualified by training,;'eduation
and professional experience to
rend'er judgment on,the season's
roa,
Several years later,- reviewers
panned Anderson's, "Truckline

expected', to brefir-el .1
beverai years tater, reviewers 1 DAL y IA A 141A ULU g yiallett V IL zupian, 4.
any hour., '. .-, -,-.,
United:States and author of the 't
'panned Anderson's "Truckline Ca. 1 James' Monroei' President' of- the, gru" 'was
'fe". Maxwell promptly blasted
them ,in ,advertisernenti 'as ,,"The Monroe Doctrine. 1, )" - ,I, ,4 Johnston Island lies 540 miles ,,,
Jukes Jamily, of. journalism"His For over:4 yeat two presnt.day southwest of the nearest inhabit. I'-
strife, with 'critics .has taken on Virginians4 Sen. tHarry Byrd of ed island in the Hawaiian grottp.:011
'the' enduring hostility of ''a Cold Winchdster and ongressman He. ,The ioint announcetnent by De. -zWar.
Max refuses to forgive, ward Smith,- of' Alexandria, ,have fense ecretary, Neil A. ,McElroy
, r 0 ,,' been' sitting, on, k ',resolution they and Atomic Energy' Commission .'
..., ,sve 1 0,, '''ly tidied, the themselves iintArtdueedno toi 'honor Chairman Lewis Strauss said "at
this, great loundink father.. ,, .- sit aporoatate' (brie a' deTnoorary ''''''I'
current clashes, -have: their -roots
in antiquity,..Many years ag, Ed. The Monroe- Doctrine) has been danger area will be established for 's
mond Kean (one of faritaints top bailed as the first.- great, prods. as limited a' period as is, possible'',
troupers) Avalked -Out before thp Milton or interdependende to bring when' the missile firings are close.;-:-
opening in Boston, "because the closer -relation," betWeen the Ame. at hPnd,,,' ,: , , .g:,-,
theatre wasn't. filleV! The result rielt 2 - ,4,, ,,, s.,-, , ; A Pentagim spokesman said the--
was a 'riot :and ail international Monroe- also arranged the, Lout., missiles to be fired from Johnvton
uproar.' Boston's "playgoers nev,er 'aline Purchase. Having. been in. Island wduld have a. range of less-4.'1
forgot the ,,incide. :',Years later, strutted td purchase only the tity, ,t
Jipn 200 miles. ,, -f
whpn he returned, he Wathooted of New Orleangolokexeitedect;'hisrge'artid -Johnston 'was- picked a i''-',",t
off the ,stage. Not' even a public instructions 4ind -accniired. the' te.1 tne launching site because it is
apology could soothe the 'aroused tine territory of Louisiana, ,-- --,,,, isolated. In event 'of misfire there'
New' Engladers., The British-voy. '' Howeverolo resolution to honor would be no danger to inhabited '''.
ernment was finally coffin Iled t him hat been paissed by -Congress. areas, lie said, ,,,:', ''''"'
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ipoThoitie K;i: iii'e--flo'cit;iii---, '''
0. n
1. 4 ,,, ,,,,J. : . 4
the story about the actor who waS
,Ti;o i'olimci, tos.4fteu -. ciuoted
blasted .bri-si;.-Philly ., ,, critic. He,
promptly 'called' up the paper and
thundered: "How do you expect
to hurt 'me with your review,whe
your 'whole ', pater cotildn't hurt
FOR?" -'' ,,
: Of chtirse: thy; ht a tee !country
and' actors have .the 'right to scold
newinapermen. Generally; bower.
ert lite:policy Is, unwise. A Jim.
my, 'Walker once. counseled:' "Do.
n'-ttt fl'allt : vvith newsnapermen.,
ITheY go to, or 1 tt 1' 1
, ess o o en. our.
' nallatl 11SuallY'have the last word.
Anti. 'the last laugh.- Besides, most
oettermeet, Anew 4, the ,., the be t
answer .to lhe,,,,Worst 4,, eritiefim tss
'a 'gtxxl pittorvhce..,r..
' Ed'is Ail 4 't ti
k 1 1 nef : nd,orWood's
tome, "NewspacerwoMan,r ret
'stet thatirmo,viettat nnce grey'.
ed at,a oreiptere and brashly er,
f.lered,news photon: '"Ilurre 'It
il you,..fwant,t,to, take roy -picture,
lt1;ke it rikpr'fTheoshotos were
, not- exactIN Ate pressed :by' '' the
litsel .impeelutis miinnei., Ao.'neiis
. tronrniect,:him "1, don't, think 'we
"li, nfett TOur oicture,. thar le von
The photo'gt', wheot Inlyered, their
cameras arid walked away, The
'OR' learned 'the yell,' of ecurteity
the ,bard way 7,,, and. Wer &polo-
gized.,:, ;:..,,,,,,,..- : ,,, '. r., ,.,
Giante 71fiatl, enjo'yi
trititisto:.Neve-rtheriis,',' most
tRre; ere -Thattire anohl44icet.
eft 'too di! aeceot ',It ,-,Without
nubile; tligolaye ,of '1,441;11: tan
trung; et1 ',tcilhit for
anulavge- ritust learn, bov.to se4
epv?t .Pis; 'A atttr, of fatt,
it's pgrt 'of Alte .rtro
ccy,.,:. :Noel -Cowg'4:Ni11
',hereby render fen., thinItot
thoge booinv.. talleritifeg. end those
egnitent, unkind trAlles end -jour..;
r.tiltg for: inin r god
thaTt, rheere
nr)tises beirt 'ever !Itnu,:,',
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leik7 toiaelFite v4tilenlix to; Tit
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intelleetueD,t anacity'' ;to ;Ie..,
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of your ',IVererv'. tomneti.
'tire 4ay stick rPIIIY'jhingo
qui. But niePt.nt. to know
that you say iult pleasant ,thingg
about themX -
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WASEINGTON This Nke ' f.
formil hearings -,In be ore Lc kN ,, ', k
gresman Cie I Bailey (1)-: ..n hur,..
W.Va.) tor a s bill. 1 t,e answer t .:
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It does 'not 1,,,te the support of commit...cc.
the Eisenhower administration, or ..
....
of the big trucking and gasoline WOMEN VS. : 7 : -
lobbies which rim'led through the -
highway bit., or a the real estae The i c a- i,
hnerests that f --,nd a housing twanzio 1 ; I a, ,.,..
bill, or of the Le ,,-.:,-.,, lobby whichlator L.,. ..tr tr .. , .,
blocked an intt.,,..gation of bigh !man of Lie S,',-a :-:
interest rates. Committee,7to k e i" e i
H the school bill passes it will o, the hu.r.ane sric,,' r , z :::
be largely the work of the women days to testi y a : t t ,, I .,,
I
a, the nation, as exemplified by Those w he iavor huz,ane s.,.:,,'.:,- :".'
lead-o f witness, Agnes Meyer, er will get otdy ore day.
sometimes cal ed "the people's This v..,1 put the U.S. Army, t' 7:
1,oirbboyrisotv.eur .1'50 -;e:rs-,Aime-irican wo. mmaelast, ipna, the keerbse, a;.d-- IN, thie al'haia';,n1HILIeur.., --,,
- '- ''' reau on the si,"' et knock -.,g ;mi., 7:,
Men have crusided for better edu. and will put the l'' '.,t t hurch
catioh, beginnui with Emma Wit., various 'humane ,- '., ,' I
lard .of, Troy, N.Y.. -in 1800, and hundreds -ot' women on '. ,'.,,,,
Mary Lyon who founded Mount
11)ofruositnhlerlbcoamrabcinen tn:si'c'extlii(o180st'u';''tini '':
Holyoke -College, and Catherine
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Beecher ki'AlarVord, and Grace ..-
slaughter"animals. ,-- .. i

Dodge who devoted her hie to edul
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eating immigrant' children, t and Secretary of MI Army Prucker
Ella -Flagg ,Young who became has now lined tip with his Cabinet
the first woman superintendent of tolleague,, Secretary of Agricul.
sthoolslo-,Chicago; to Susan Mil. tire Benson, to support the meat ',-
,er Dorsey, first, womin schod Packers. is, against a proposed
superintendent.in Los Angeles provision !that, all meat purchased
, In recent years Milk Meyer, wile for the Army must be slaughtered
of the chairman ot the, Washing. by humane methods.
ton ,Post, has ,made it her. job- to ,00 the other side, the 'General':
interview President Eisenhower to Board of the Social and Economic
urge better education, has talked Relations of the Methodist Church
witir Senators, wor,ked with Cabl. has just passed a "rigorous,' reso."
net Inembers end. this week was It4lOn backing the humane
Most important of all, 'the wo.
the first witness in urging passage er bill end protesting ,Congression..
of the Murray, Metcalf bill which al dealy in acting.,
would grant states $25, a Year icr
each, school-age atildent and per. men are. threatening ,to boycott
mit the states te,spend the money meat packers who don't Adopt hu huon
on huon better buildings Or better teach. mane slaughter.'
ers' salaries. as they wished.., Mite ,- It was t wmaii, Reif"-
"-Knowledge," says Mrs.'Mey. Martha, Griffiths, Democrat of Mi., b
er, :Is the greatest- single source chigan, who put the human
of power In the working zof slaughter bill through the 'llouse:1"'
human destiny, Ideas are...still the

most powerful' of all, missiles.4he
Cold War has been ahilted by the
Cold War has been sluited by the
astute ,leaders in the Kremlin
from a competition in physical
strength to a competion in brains.
"Whatever nation has the int&
lectUal energy, to win the support,
er ospect and sympathy of the w rld
,
people, Wing the world.' Alnless
Americans take education far more

peo-ple,, ,wins the world.' .. 'Ain less 7, ..--,' 7,- 7 - - : - T - -'
Americans take education far more '''' '' '' ' ' ' i"u
WASHINGTON, May 3 (UP) .-......:-..
seriously than they lutve in recent Short range "defense" missiles i
times, they wiP not long be able firmed with nuclear warheads will.
to compete .with the U.S.S.R. for
.. the Pacific as part of the United 2
, ,,, ., ba. fired from -Johnston Island in ,,,,,
- ) States' current test series,' t h a., ,,
world 'leadership." d,
.,,,, .... government announced yeserday.', i',-
shot of the new test.e,
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1-1aMr:11,0dti); 7ditthIolltig-WPhed.ntivairgil7P1Invitrit.' -s"eTrihees': fiarts-t tile Eniwetdk proving t
the, ground Was expected, to be fired 1
James' Monroei' President of
.any hour., 1. --,
United 'States and author of the at
southwest of the nearest inhabit.'"
in the Itawallin grottp,"'s
4 Johnston Island Iles 540 miles ,,.
Monroe Doctrine. ), ,,,
wNt Int bit ei as
For oyer4 yeat two present-day
,The joint announcetnent by De- -znt:r4
teuin. CI,
ward Smith,- of Alexandria, lave fense Secretary Neil A. ,McElroy
been' sitting, On' k ',resolution they and Atomic Energy' Commigsion .'
themselves i.ihtt4oduodtiotoitonor Chairman Lewis Strauss said "at '''
HonagrrryessBmyarnd H' oof. ed island
this, great 'fountittik father. ', .- eil tioorouriate Knit. a' deTriporkry ""'''l
The Monroe Doctrine) has been danger area will be established for 's
hailed as the first, great, procla- as limited a' period as is, possible'',
motion or interdependende to bring when' the missile firings are close,--7.-
closer ,rilations betWeen the Ame. at hand.. : , , ., '':,-,
ricks. 2 ,,,.. ,,, ..,,-.L. A PentagOn spokesman said the--
, Monroe, also arranged the, Lout missiles to be fired from Johnvtort
shwa Purchase. Having. been in. Island wduld have a range of less"-",,
strutted to purchase only the, tity, ,t,tisn 200 miles. ,, -f
of New .Orleangolokoxedtded,;ibis ttlle'said -Johnston Vii picked ail',"1.
instructions 4ind -accniired. the' en. tile launching site because it is
tire territory of Louisiana, ..-....,.. Isolated. In event of misfire there'
' However Ato resolution to honor would be no danger t h bt d '''.
, ,, .. o 4n a i e
.

' Byrd introdticid a resolutfon to
honor him, but did little Or nothing
to. PASS it; Byrd is a great power
in the Senate. Wheik the insurance
cPnwanies wanted a :1 124,000,000
tat contession, passed before :the
tax deadline n! March 15 this year,
Byrd -led'the fight' to give them
that,,concession. It passed just bp.
:ore' Midnight March 14, . ,
When, Byrd'a office:was outried
as. to-What ,he had' done about the
Mom -anniversity''''"qeSolution;
the answer was 'that, is, wasstill
in sUbcommitteet, awaiting action.
Smith: Is .also one 'of ,thehtost
:pt.' werful Members of Cengress. As
Chitirmst Of the louse Rules Com
mitteiOuf can block bills or ,rush.
theM,thrinigh in tio time. 11e gave
an niminediate, green. light to the
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The' 'statement led to specula-
tion that thi test missiles would :""
be of the,,islike-Hercules or Talos''
yee.,'Tliey were developed by th
Army 'and Navy respectively to,
knock, down enemy aircraft with
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LONDON' (IJP):A genuine Scof:''
USW kipter'Will be' shipped to the--
White Dove next m on th for
President Eitenhower's breakfast
table,' it was. announced here on
Tuesday, A 'British canning firm
(Crosse ',and, Blackwell) said it'
wou'd ,,make the PrqSidellt a gift
of the '15-millionth )(inner it bas:,
AiPpea to tho irr;,-4 sf438. sinol
the-, end,.' of--Workl WV IL
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', THE tr.s..:1sTAUTILVS, ivorld's:; first 1 'nuclear powered sub-s
roarind; is-seen in MiraflOres Locks shortly' before her arrival
at Rodman Naval Statinb Friday, .ThISP,was,;thek second visit,
tc 'the, Canal Zone'fnr' the Nautilukcehefirstiransited the
Canal in, ma31 1951, for ex.Crnises With Pacific '4Fleet Units.
The Nautilus sailed yesterday, for-San DiegoeCalif4 where whereshe
she whereshe ,wilf join' the Pacific Fleet for 'two months duty.. She is
schedued arr,ive baek- In the Canal Zone ort July- 3, on her
, return trip to the East Coast- ...I,
f, ' ,'-' (Official Navy; Photograph):
I 4) 1: 1L.PIVA '111 Irvm
teifAla tboffittiltir 1 ts' Rq-cent ombings
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, Johnson (Tex.), Senate Republi,
, can Leader Wiliam F, Know land
(Calif.) and Chairman John L.
McClellan. AD-Ark.) -()! the Senate
committee.,.., investigating ,A4abos
racketeering4e,t'A.,.frt "ti '-'111,
Konnedy'a subcorau,
mittee of the Sedate Labor COM.
Inittee' is hearing testimony .on
' bills to -.prevent corruption, nod
abuse of, oewer,,by, labor, leaders
and other pr.oposala..
Kennedy mode -.statements
In a. filmed interView with Rep.
Kenneth tlt reAting ,(411sM) jor,,
us-bUi;NATY-e4cf4f1(44,1190) ES
tions., !,
,Keating 'asked if the, Iabor bills
' might get ,!'sttick", io Jhe Democratic-controlled
labor committee,,
which critics have long described
as a burial ground for legislation
oPposed by organized. labor,
, 'No, we are clearly committed
and ,rquilniti rilli0PIBR9d41i
reolied. 1,4',iel;fiNttpt
When 'the Senate acted on .,thel
, measure tO safeguard etiwtoye
pension and welfare luilds, last,
week. he said, it was assured that
the- committee would bring; out i
another bill by June.).0.
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NO INTEREst,
BAY CITY 11 JUDI. aY
City Cominissitilier:varedCe: gm',
' tois mailed out'catds, to Voters' in
his 9th Ward to determine wheth whether
er whether they favored a orivate,or city
operated transit vz.tem..11b
eeived only' one reply- .,.
,

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1 to Brui3 Rill S01.1Tly, FAMSRVIRG,' N. Y
t7roi tP'::-RfP2:.1Xel.)11q11,pt Keating
, fo.J ilt.N..y said yesterday'there-was
' WASHINGTON '--, (UP) Sen evidence 'that ''"an Interstate con con3ohn
3ohn con3ohn 'F. KennedyJD-MasS,), Sai0 spiracy" was 'behind 'the recent
yesterday the Senate Labor Com: bombings of itx Jewish centers or
mittee is "clearly committed' 'to, synagogues the'Snuth. ,'
present a Srond labon.bill,ttgahe Aseting Republican oft the
Senate by Videt10.14kiiiiiii44104 ilq?itcbgies6inottee, :said
bor subcommittee resumes hear. there;'Were,' itulidiftidns that the
ings tday on the legislation. bombings were part et atteriipt
Invited to testi-y were Senate to coerce- and intimidate" per.
Democratic Leader. Lyndon B: sons trying to carry out the Su Su,
, Su, Johnson (Tex.), Senate Republi, preme COurt's school desregrega desregrega,
, desregrega, can' Leader Wiliam F. Knowland t!,',1 order.,
(Calif.) and Chairman John In an address before a Zionist
McClellan. AD-Ark.) -o! the Senate 'convention.. Keating, called for en en,
, en, committee ,4 iavestigating "labor actinent,,et is,.,bille.which would
racketeerill4o vt, '-'111 tbralittlAtte, 4watet4ne when
Kennedya subc"a' tiq had Evi ence-01Phninterstate
mittee of the Sedate Labor Com- tilThapr, present law, be
mittee is hearing testimony .on 'said, the ITV was poweriesa to
bills to --prevent corruption, and! act,
abuse of, power-by labor. loaders Keating said that ivithid the:last
and other ,propesals.
,'"4 .months there bad ,I)een sit
KennedY made -statements boo-ibincs pr. attempted bombings
' In a. filmed interi,iew with Rep. 'of Jewiqh, centers Charlette
Kenneth reing 14.gongabtonia,,,,,mi,t,G.,",Wa.mr,-
us"bP1 14i9STYiflrrAfl(Ok1190) !At nis Tmortwaacksonl
1- !, 2 '1 Fla and IBirmlinaham;
1Anfinct 'nekpel if th;o' Inhnr -t

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POPtHOLDS AUDIFNCE.
VATICAN CTTY 4VP) Thou.,
sands, of pilgrims from all over
the world attended a mass audi
ence granted .yestrday, bv1 POPO
Pips,1(11',1,14,St ,,Peter,',314 Basilica
Atteni TitagblimoandiencaIlwre
PA thP,ITaitedAtates. ran.
Chile, Britain, ',Mexico, In,
014 and Brazil, as well as 2,000 I Italian
talian Italian workers.. ; :4 .)
trooTORCADE l'ELESCOPES-
T,EXINGTON, (11P)-11alf
the cars in a 14.veMcle motoreade
krniCked tnadther, in-so inhain.rese,
llotriicidkitt Ststenday,), injuring
eight' atudenti:Inidgvalting tour
of historic aptsts.;Ilie atcident
eame when thanerone of tour touring
ing touring high school students pulled off
the highwa; t A

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WASHINGTON (UP) Former
' President Harry S. Truman said
yesterday that President Eisen.
' hower's defense reorstnization pia
"is a duplicate" of one he pro proposed
posed proposed while chief executive.'
- Truman apparently referred to
the plan he submitted toCongress
, in 1949 as a lollow.up to the -or,-
jginal MIned Forces Unification
Act which set up- a looseryknit
Defense Department in 19474.'4
4 His assertion that Eisenhower

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merely copied his 1949 plan, most
of which is currently in e fect, ap appeared
peared appeared likely to set off a new
storm around the Eisenhower re reorganization
organization reorganization plan which already
has kicked up a row in Congress.
, Eisenhower, hi- submitting his
new proposal last month, gave
, credit to the Truman plan for
,belping "coordinate our, armed
louts under one civilian head."
But. he made clear that he -felt
it 't114 not go far enough.-

He said the defense secretary
"has never been freed of exces excessive
sive excessive statutory restraints" and ad advanced
vanced advanced his own proposal to clear clearly
ly clearly spell out the defense chief's
control over military strategy and
operations, assisted by the Joint
Chiefs of Staff.
Truman. was questioned about
military reorgarkization and st
broad range of ...otber, topics on
the NBC television program,
"Youth Wants To Ithow."

tit

In answer to the rapid fire
questions the former President
made these points on various sub.
jects:

Summit meeting Said he did
not think a summit meeting with
Russia at this time Avoirla make
any progress toward reducing the
threat of nuclear warfare. He said
there would be CO progress "until
we get to the point where we
can tell them (the-Soviets) what
to do", as a result of superior

11. S. military strength.
...Atomic testiSupported Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower in oppositiol to this coun country's
try's country's stopping nuclear 'weapons
tests in the absence -of an"interna.
tional inspection system. Ee said
it was impossible to tind out what
the Soviets were doing behind the
scene "tmless you have a right to
go in there and take a look, and
they won't let. yott,l1. Inman as-,
serted. .'
- Israel Said the-United States

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should Eght In Israel's behalf is
a member of a United Nations
force if Israel were attacked by
her Arab neighbors. 1-le also said.,
Israel is entitled to U. S. arms
aid now.
Taxes Reiterated his support
of a tax cut to help counter tht?
recession "if they make the i
posed cut by plugging the holes l
in the tax structure of this even
try so that the, government klpes
no revenue." 4

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, .,3,-Its PrisPapher,,,Colurribu&excep- ,' 1914 at the Kew Observatory in England, a ,..','
. tiOnal, Wng4,V130,hav.e.-1:ogked at the world :"A small Rolex wristwatch, 25 min. ln diatneter,;. ''',
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of human,beings.Jhe success of their sepa- BuMidity, wasIther',,,arch;enemy ot,'every
rate ventures has transformed the facP watchmaker. For, tehturies such, devices. as
' the' Earth.. - "double 'crystals Arid clouble case backs 'were ,
.II'he Swiss'WatchniskitIg indugiY prOltides ''''cohstructed in, the attempt to' exclude not
emplomentrfor, 70,000- persOnS Switzer-,only water, but,,dus,t 134 well, from the
lanct Its exPOrts, (topped,300 cate movements. But it was not until 192i
1956),4place,!it as,-the ,nation's ;second' l that Ilans ,WilsdOrf patented the world's
,' largest; bread-winner, ', Yet, how .triany of -first.:,, genuinely :Waterproof watch 4. the
those what make !Swiss watches, of thosa;.,:, Rolex Oyster. Me p'rOblem of how to protect
who sell them and of those,,who wear them, ,;a'flue precision MOVOment against all exte4-'
are aware' that this ,vast world-acclaimed Tior, elements was solved.. 1.1V 192'4' a young
. industry has been founded on three revolu-. .';laterfographer from London,. Miss Mertedes
' tie tary, the'precision ,wrist-- oleitz; Warn' the English Channel ; with :
watch, the waterpodr wristwatch and the Rolex Oyster tin her wrist. It weS qUite
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Vision. ',That ": Man ,Is4ans-.1Tfilsdorl, the .1 oyster waterproof case., In later years,' in
, founder 'og the Rolex atch Vompany',-4' a litigation before the Swiss Supreme Court

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title of chronometer:Every Rolex chronome.. de,y the week, -; written' in 'full,' Plus'
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MR. AND MRS. ALEJANDRO REMON LEAVE PANANIA
TO TAKE UP NEW POST WITH UNITED NATIONS ,"
' Mr. Alejandro Remon, president of the Permanent Bele Bele"
" Bele" gation of the United Nations, and Mrs. Remon left yester yester;
; yester; day for New York where he will assume his post with tbe
United Nations.
Antong the parties feting the couple prior to their de de'
' de' parture were a iiuffet on Thursday given by Mr. and Mrs.
Gabriel Galindo, Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt Thayer and Mr.
and Mrs. Gabriel Lewis; a dinner on Friday .at which Mr..
and Mrs. Julio Valdes were hosts, and a luncheon for Mrs.
Remon at which Mrs. Aquilino Boyd was hostess.

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' ' '' ' se$,eroit prize-;i were Warded. two other widely-known tray;time :. t tn ing which will be held at St., Al- ,-,,. i
''s Mrs. Bernice Lundberg .. Mr. ond Mrs. Gee '. ,.
.' 'Mr. Haas was presented with an series, "Wehn a Girl Maries' end. ,--,- i i the Cristobal, Women's Club wi 1 ban's parish hall, Paraiso, Thurs. .,.
in Durundu
Back 1 ''. be held tomorrow morning at 9 day night, at 11 p.m. Other matters s
Of San rancisce , of alligator tote bag containing a mo- "Roosemary." ' ',1 ki, ? at the Red Cross building in Cris-
1 .44.norod At Luncheon , Mr. and ,Mrs Howard Gee .
bey gilt and a pair oi earrings At one time, she was writing
t 'd t rd from
tr.:,, Mrs. iloward R. Johnson of Dia- Curtmdu re urng yes es ay tr
made of stones of k' a a a m a 14 all three shows-each a 15-minute ',,. ''',t I tobal. -,' ,
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'''.4 I th t m'tt will '
e managemen tom 1 ee 1
nt a a:.blo
:.blo a:.blo Heights, her mother and house a two-yak vacat!on pe
f- rguest, Mrs. Elizabeth Babbidge, veling m Mexico.
osand her cousin, Mrs. Robert F. , s ... Inc ,, .. v
' 1 o of D i a b 1 o St. Luke g Woman s Auxiliary ,
',, C. Ausnehmeyer, a s match a braccet which no.i been program, he
-',. given to her,at a previous gather., week and each following a differ differ,
, differ, ent story line. ,,. ,, -,.
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ard five times a '''''.-- 13:1,'' Knights Of Columbus ,'
of imporance emana.ing. &root r
---- ' be discussed., ,,
--- Meet Tomorrow ,,, -, ..,, '
A regular meeting for -the trans- ra n e
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iscuss i . ,
action of business of Cnstobal 8,,,,,,,,,,...,,,,, ,,,,,,,,
taleights, were co-hostesses Satur. Will Hold Bridge-Too .,, .
. Sirs. Haas will sa on ay Peru wheere he presently is em-
e rday at a luncheon held at sw
the The omantal Auxiliary of the
Oa i United Fruit Company ship Council 'No. 189 Knights d LOCalBaCkgrOUnd i -'
I f St-, L k ns r ployed. ' ' '.:' ' ' Columbus will 'be held tomorrow EthsplaYing I
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' 'el' t A odor Officers' Open Mess. Callecira o u e Is Apo 0
oo or m to New ()nein' and men ay to
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1 14 Guest of honor was Mrs. Her- ing a bridge-tea Wednesday ..-at nin at 730 m. This will be form. two-year-old Daniel, S
Florida to meet her htisband who Cadet. M-Sgt. David A. Ellis, a- eve g P. .11 Novels Nednesday.
1 t.'nice Lundberg of San Francisco, e o
th h me of Mrs J. Paul Web. Canal Z011e College -Club d t th 1.1
bove a junior enrolle a. e a specie. meeting and there wl proves to 130an extra adc
.t.Calif., who has been the. house th o
. rguest of Capt. and Mrs. Johnson in e e,
. ;tfor Approximately three! weeks, Espasas
N 60 Cirras Mlle oppo- will sail irc'm Valium) lm his Inlays Spring Luncheen '
tamth 13.omberoto Stacition on Via
t d '11 b if ed 'tom
8 11 a nri e ay
serve
in. d t a 'd from
7,She is leaving 'tomorrow on the 1 to 0. ., an e ..
4 to 5:30 h.
own eabin crwser Hilda. Mr. Haas
nal reared .rom the kiln ton tonal
al tonal Company and tney plan to make
their home in St. Petersburg.
t,United Fruit ship Metapao. .. , .. , .
' ' Patronesses to' date are: Mrs, Mrs. Gene Askew The annual spring luncheon of
the Canal Zone College Club was
held Saturday at the Albrook Of Of-
- Of- .icers' Club ' ' niversity of North Cariohria, so
of Mr. and Mrs. D d
,of Gamoba,
, ,, execctive o cer of e be a First Degree Ini.stion, there '' ',,,,.,' -
:-,,,,s , - attract-ion at the,Cluldren.$ i
w Ellins fore, all members are requested An authoritative panel- will dis. Society top contest in ,N
r aevntl e etted
ffiwaa ecth YAFROTC
n unit's Arnold Air Society chapter (
Mrs. Walter Dryja, second vice.- to be present.. -,'" (-, CUSS novels with backgrouns laid
-- .-. in Panama or, the Canal Zone st i York. -Danny appeart Unct
sernedis he casually sptns
Balboa Woman's Card Group the Armed Forces Writer' League too on the toe of his shoe. ,'
till Meet On Thursday .. meeting which will be held ---t------
for the forth.coming year.
' d uests
I ','-'- Also among the honore 5 Warner Scott R o d 1 m a 11, Mrs. Honors mrs. Hamlin
. , , president, presided and introduc- The Arnold Ai 8 i t 15 i '
r oc e y na- The Card Group of the Balboa Wednesday at 7:30 'p.m. at :
' ed Mrs. J. Morton Thomson, scho- Woman's Club will meet Thurs. IJSO-JWB.- 4., Litt L ''
e' eagi
y 'was a group of Canal one Scnrffn James, Eastwood,- Mrs JampG. Mrs. Gene 'Askew entertains at ti n 1 ho orary I o c i e t y for
i teachers who are leaving IMO. t Y Townsend, Mrs. Joseph Can A.,.. it despedida luncheon recently. gi- larship chairman,- who presented AarlitIOTC acad ts who show out daY
e the. Ca
at 12:30 pin.,.at the Fort A- Roger Hackett, dean 0.. is i, ,,
; Miss Carmen Smith, recipient of mador Officers' Open ?gess, l'aose nal Zone Junior College, M
st d' g lead rship and military lb ia."7"."."-' ""'"; '..."77.7"'",
."-ilre-Stateside holidays. The at- eine, "Mtr-Matrelm-s-r-GOrden, yen ao the For", Amador Officers
I ctroarcattievde ilunschevoancsa0151n emwotit dit tIrras.. tlobretritmertrateisstHerolikilligr, dmrtrhs,. Ouipyenkiltaimesitlinwro,noisr osterwrillig. Dtroorom.
z bout 50 ladies attended the at- Frank Dickson Miller, Mrs. RO. this year's award.
thAegprouxeismatety 6? membeD iallo
' '' ' beaaarining- Elli: wig initiated into !Planning
the, Society in 'Unitary ,,, o: t h 1 si
, , I host
Panama Canal' Co. service at the ,g, L,,,,.,,,,t nuea ',11, n ,year. , to attend are asked to Katherine Clark; librarLan. sBil iona .. ,,,, ,,, ., . ,,
make reservations with one o. Me High School;, a
B j bmae !Hi araSe' hoof:
esses be ore Wednesday. structor at a 0 ir s oy
fan
, fair, '. ert Brown,' Mrs. Charie,,,- Tit Y enn oi -the month d .ill,
an w leave I -Hostesses, are: Mrs. Gertrude Brodie Burnham, director of per, , ,.. ,..
,, .- .' ---... ,' Richardson,' Iiirs.:A., E. B. Rim. the Isthmus. ,'' ', ,, n L
Mrs. Marlon Lucas ', .', n'' i -', Effie presently holds the post- SmouSe, Panama. 3-6405; ', Mrs. sonnet training, Panama Cara . ........ ,
, t Gorman Minister, Wife mingtoni. Mrs..Hugh ; Montgomery '.Attending theafAir were 15 If
' -ores on VOCOtiOn ' '' tion of personnal NCO in t h e Hazel Brooks, Balboa 3527, : and, and Don Musselinan, instructor at -. r,..,.-., .,, ...4 .,,,
1, ra. Marion D, LLICa0 of -Bal. corps 0, cadets H i mber Mrs...Mar -,A n en -NavY 3137. Balboa High School, will make upi
., e s a me y a es Six babies vvere born at ),
the
i Leave On Holiday Trip : Arnold, mrs. T. 8. mexioboot mrs. mtg. Haman,s.associates ih .,, boa left yesterday- morning to of the Scabbard and Blade Socie , -. ---- .,. .. the panel.. --0,5,'J , 1 Solo Hospitid boring the weel
- The German Minister to Pant- Ernest Harold Harding, and AIM Accounting Department. She was
, ma George Cofide de Paenen William ,r. Robinson... ' ;resented With a corsage of lot spend, a vacation of two months ty, an honorary for Air Force Cocoll ',Town Meeting '. , - ,, -----,--7----, .' ing at midnight Wednesda3
1 , beim and his wife let the Isth., . try. utketo. : ,, ,
visiting relatives in Texas. .' and Naval ROTC cadets and a Slated For Thursday ''' --' 4 ,' ' -- ,, ..' cording to the regular hospit
,
I , mus today on a holiday trip, Durs Members of the Auxiliary and : ',--..-.. , --- . former member of the Sabre Air A town meettng wilt be beld in p ,.. p c71 inILL :. port.; During the same pen(
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''s Mrs. Bernice Lundberg
Of San rencisce
Honored At Luncheon
!,:. Mrs. iloward R. Johnson of DU DU:blo
:blo DU:blo Heights, her mother and house
' t :iguest, Mrs. Elizabeth Babbidge,
o,and her cousin, Mrs. Robert F.
in FAusnehmeyer, also of Dia blo
' .Heights, were co-hostesses Satur..
,e rday at a luncheon held at the
tr4 Fort Amador Officers' Open Mess.
1 1-1 Guest of honor was Mrs. Ber.
';'ilice Lundberg of San Francisco,
't:.Calif., who has been the house
r. guest of Capt. nod Mrs. ,Johnson
Zfor Approximately three! weeks,
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1,' 'was a group of Canal one school
l teachers who are leaving shoit'ty
vie-Stateside holidays. The a
Ictroarcattievde iltunachevoancarlo emwottat dit
: bout 50 ladies attended the at
, fair, ,.
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;',( German Minister, Witt;
', Leave On Holiday Trip
- The German Minister to Pant.
1 ma George Conde de Pepper'.
i helm and his wife let the Isth,
1 . mus today on a holiday trip. Dur,
, ing the Minister's absence. Coun.
sellor Bernhard Wolf will act as
, ; head of the Legation.
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,, Mrand Mrs., Arias '', ,'
' ' Return From Miami
' ,. Mr.' and Mrs. Adolfo Arias of
, Panama have returned from S
, short trip to Miami, Fla.
- :Tbe'John Visrlicks
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ntortain At Byttet '
Mr; attd MrsiiJobn F. Werlick
f La Cresta entertained 30 guests
at, a cocktall.buffet part at'the
" Fort Amador Officers' Open Mess
aj st evening.
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Inc tht itheir guests inteFested in.attenin; Miss Thelma Tschabol , I a11010 511111,$ t,emmana.- upon granuation ne i the Coeoll Clubhouse Bingo Room 1 (-bier Lan Ept..u
4 !Slated On Saturday- 1..ut

senor nernnaro won wut NUL al are Sited to Clit the Vatitectral tit- 1.111VOS Far Indiana ; 1 wm 4oLuive a iiiii iionsulk Ile !II UN inurmay 1,t,; eleck 1 )
1 mi.. 9,..h num CrIstobal. Elks Emblem Club! second lieutenant in the Air For e vie Council t. members for the: ,
; be3AA tho Lerstion. 1 fiedi Tad 9 9ttg

41,. ...go MASCO 4, xxvxann 0,16 ER..., Er AIL OZ Will
hold a buffet supper at and' a bachelor of arta Ilegree.1 in 'coming year. , d A
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several years .,has been ec the Elks Home In Brazos Heights history.4111$ was a 1955 graduate Ten- members stre to be electe
, Mrs. 'John L. Hass'. !' of rchristuto caucat;um et the Bel: 'next Saturday at 5:30 p m'. mr vv. op Balboa High School. aecording tos,James r '''
M. Rosen- will show colo'r a ides t :
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Mrand Mra Al F t I nel ' boa, 1.1111011' Church,..left,,htplano
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, cha man of tho electionv coin- ,.
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Return From J '" Mra: John L: Hiatt nt Margarita Satimdiv inr homA in infiMIA I

1 jam evening..

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; ast evening.. .,, , 'Mildred Frick, Jean' Stevens, Bee:1-11a Ilion homti returned' Friday
, ,-, to, utt,y, vianirn ta serve
Peters urg a. 0 .- u
"vw' vlimwiluTif vS"u161 ag Ili' Coll 'Off' d'i - i t. for' color ; :.''''.;. : ,.. - -: ,
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. ,..... ,,.,. 4.4t ''... .., . .,,. .,. ,... T, .., ; ,.,. ;, ... .i : ...., .,.. .. i i '' Elsa Valdes, president: Emily tan, long.t....er..sidnet of the Ca.' , furniture ,,the ,, n er : .... :,,'-.....- : .: .' ,,,
- Price,- vice-president.; D 0 r o th 'y nal Zone and retired!, ,vonal k em--.
e : scheme can make,or break the,,,,o., .:.,i, si.,, ......., ,..,. ,,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,. ir, ...
' i the period-or the price of your . .. .
, r.,,,,.,.,.,..,,,,...,...,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ., ,, i., , .. i,..,, 1., ,,,, ... .. : ,,,;,,', --, ,.., ,- ,, .1. . . I Linusay, treasurer:, :,,Bosemaly ploye, was received this week.end'
On US.Consulate -- 'terpiraonear,ance---. . '-,,k:: :, 1 ', - ..
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Decorators icaution that not on. 41,:,,' .; ., ., .,,,- i ,,,,' 1
.... A, 'v,,, : t ' lc" IP a Reardon, recording secretary, a d by friends on the Isthmus. He : -
4 Gloria. Endarkt eotrespondin; ?et, wa$ 69 ears old, r 7f,-,' ',,,, ,. ', 4. ,, 1
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lie Imo ts .. , creterV -Direettirs Jelee.ta e t Mr., ul.,:itted lied ate g
. J., .4 s f Venie :Hull',1-Hetitribi Siduitil's, .flot, in the' ay rincrs Veterans MONTREAL, U ),4,-A, froup or I
,.y uphoistery4 must harmonize, but ,...,;.,,,,i,7--....r
17 - also tarp tag ktnips drao4r1 fs,1 7' l -, )'''i '-
i446r Cansdionet plaids:1 t,alled off Ai I,- t iii, se ILIr.
I I I .. ,e,st 4 ,,, lilt i 4. ,1. yeestlettrldt3 Itottepsrocteoent- 1;,,,,,I,en,I.,fic!.. ,a,T 1.1 e, gels !. ;.t:. ...A.,.,,..,,,,, -Tr ..
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., .. ,N-,4 .4.0.4. !' 'SI 'moping alter a' heart' attack. ,-. the arrest of our men who tried .,' it 1 - S 2 '
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'',,:" :.! '',, He is survived -.. by -, his wife, to sail int the Pacific nuclear euth ; i e ayit 71,-4., ....,,.t,
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4 , 'Asimsms t 1 Part In Festival ''. r., ..' : '' : '''' ., Grate, and by a son, Frankr who testing grounds ,in a campaign to v . - 1,..,' ,' -- ,..
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, ;:.--.'" -' ' ;. -, .. .'.. ': '. :.-.. t. .Miss Marian Didrickicin, 'claugh is with the Canal Zone Postal Di. force an end to atomic tests.'s :;- :,', t I i...-7-7,1. 1 .,., 1; ..,,:; -. 4,1,, ,. t
, ' '-' : ', :ler o Mr and Mrs Conrad G, vision at Fort Kobbe:''' Mr: and 1(eitit Wright, chairman of the somE' of my:, wOmen
'.,;: :: - ," Song-leader, soloist: Or, John:Woods,. ,.
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. . Didrickso.n. of,:ma'rgarita, ',took Mrs. Frank SolliVan Ind their son group' known at "The Canadian
, '-1 ..... ;v., .,Pf;,' Organist: Bob Beukerrli...-: .r., '' '-,, -1 a, prominent part : in the annual have, been visiting in St. :, Petert Associates : for, qi --,'-Sane.4' Nue ear .haye landed on, me ,with both leet ', .''''.; .;.,,,( ... .... ',; .-; ''
.or daring fo-syggest ila a; itecent ,,,,;,.,,...:; . .1 t' ;.: .::,.-1-':"- .,
Pdlic,7said thil kproteSt, march eniumn tattitogetiferhesn eh a 1 -4.':.' .... ' '; ',' 't ; 7,. .:
. ,. . - k.,. : ..,',Ii ,- ; .. Women'a Visiting Da-and,,IMaY burg 'for the peat dive' weekst
. .- .."! '' 1 ., .- i'' .: .. -', : Festival held on the campus of A native of New Haven, COM, WaS cancelled because the group
, Speaker, REV. THEODORE .EPP, Of tincolt. ... -, Occidental College
, in,'Los Ange Mr. Sullivan came to the C a n a hiled to obtain police permission. marriage ideal tan be overdone,, ;,:.,:7,7:. ...' ', ....., 1,, ', :,
so far as the husband is concern.,, ,,.... .,., '''.' fr r'';':::'. ,,:),..,
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ed : -. : : : r.:. .,:''.Ai- ,.'7 .,? 1 : :.,,' .!-',
. les, Calif, Saturday. ,,, ,- -,. zone in Ally, 1914, just two weeks The group also plans to anpent
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. : '' NebritaRit of the Back t3 the Bible : .,'
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),, .:- i Broadcast, heard daily on HOX0,; adris
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',,,, ..!, Miss Didrickson,', a senler;' and before the Canal was opened 'to, to Russia to accept the IL S.
education major, was 'a metriber tra'fic. All V, his service, which "open siries',', inspection proposal.
, .4 '.'. ., '. . Of the may Queen's Court arid was broken was Is a ,,plumber ',Wright. said his group will not 4,:r r,
, I made a lot of -women mad in -.",' !'-..-.-',,.4,,.., s, ..-t!....
suggesting' that,, instead pi. a hus. ,',,"7,,p,.;.......z.,?,;,,.. i 1- .,., ... ..,.
band ind wife doing everything to. s ''..":."1.':.'''..,., 7.1 ; '.. ..
,,, , r gal I olice ermit., He
A ited 1 . participated iri a ceremon ..at, the with either, the, Building or con,,tYa n rap ,p gether a bi4- o- .separateness might ,a'' -':. '-'. ',. .-I ,'
' .' -4 ''''. :........;.--.. 4-- --f."..- EDIthij-tYle : Y 11.0. . i ------ --- ---- Hillside Theater. She 118037 Wall in 'structing Quartermaster Divisions. added, however, that a n o t h e r
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.. be more st;mialafing to the mar. 'Ll,,-:'-:...;'''.:',.' '. '.: ..' --
4 i ,- . : ...... 17Bator-Heights Ba nurcrr-r:
. i ,f .. the dance program,,,,,,,,,...-;.--,:, ,At the time of, his retirement group:- f Zanadian Pacifists,
, A member of Zeta Tau Zeta go' in March 1950,"he wa a foreman known' as '."Non.Violence in' the riage and gate each, a little more c,'', ,,,,,.:..., 1 ,.
room for rowth '' : ',, ',4,-,:' .,, --, -.,,
: L.,,,:...wi.,,L.4.,-...:.:.,.. i ,..,..:,.,.-',1 .L,:! .,...,...,:!!.a.,---,---,----,------.---1, 7:--- ,... ,..; --,-,-:- rority,. Miss Didrickson is actly; plumber w' ith the Building D-I v i. Nuclear, Aee',,, plans ,to visit the .Here theyg, are,;baiking in ,, the ;i'r :,..-.. '.'
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, --.--1-1''''''''''''''"4 - .- : ' '' in journalism, She is a graduate sion. .....- ,,'' ';:',-. '. ' , '' U. S. :consul:- general in Montreal
,, .., , of Cristobal High School :and an Funeral services sversi to be today and present him with an
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warmth and SeCurity ,of having. a f,'4,.. '''.;.,.. ., 1
husband : always at their si , ft ,.. .., ,
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' : ''' ,, ,.....,...0: honor student, ,-, ., ..: -- held today in St. Petersburg. ..: appeal against nUelear tests,' whether they are washing dishes,
, ' ,, i, 7 : '' '' ' ''' ' The' action by Canadian paci- buying groceries,. scrubbing floors ,.
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1 t., i. .. ; ',', ,,;-:., ,..,: '', n., ,; ... ,- ,. :,-2.. ..' fists followed' the arrest en Fri.
.,, day of the lour-man crew, of the or whatever. And here am l','ques.
tioning the, rightness, of making :
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NI,,1 vessel "Golden Rule" :--- headed marriage such a complete twe. :
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' some that a, man doesn't have' a :
, from Honolulu to Eniwetok, atomic
; : proving grounds.' ..'. -. I.: ny time for' MaSCUlino pursuit- :
' '''' ' '''''' '' ''''' (I:79 -74- , unless, of course, he takes the' lit. .... .. I .,,
,, , :. i .. s ,.... tle ,woman along. ..-, t i'r;...,.:. '.
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of anyone daring to suggest 'that ,' k.u, ., ...
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!. DACCA, East., Pakistan (UP)-- ''togetherhess" ean be, everdeile !ORiisi'ANO-BEAR IT ,i---..A14 .-
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, repor cd today to ha t . ed, :it ,neverthelegs'emerged ad, r,
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,. week from choleia and smallpox BUT there was 'one thing that l'if premeditated when the Batesat .,
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,., enidemies, raging lit East Pakl- interested me, and ought to inter.
i ''. '' ; ':' TT l'4kA ''''''''- i'ville '(.,.S.rk.),...eitY..-Cotincii. teNq
, ,,,,,A x,.., sten.- Newspapera reported that est women, partictilar y
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T 500 nersona died from small- pox. have turned their ,husbanthds"einwthoP
. in Bogre lat yeek. Official re- Mama's little.helper.around !., the ,,
, new Street 1,,,, christened GWYIN ...1.
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led : Bearet e art those V io
d et cholera and sinalloox 'et And that is that not one of the t ,, ca : :
resident., ' -A
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"togetherness" ean bed pverdOrie 't
4 t ', .. DACCA, East Pakistan (1.1P)--
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GRI:si ANcr BEAR It ,----Ali ...
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' 500 Persons died from small. pox, have turned their husbands into
in Bogre lat ,ureek. Official re- Mamals little-helper.around the- ently opened it new street. Tht, ,:
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new sireetl,. eluistened GA'Yrki 1.
k,. 3 tl. I N IIIIP '''';' :'1' N AL El ,. '., ports said more, th9ii 400 others house. , ,, , liStortellet--..--L-therobsesroesesBeoatreGttwey,Sntralt i
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, HJEALTH
ir not one husband of all , ','",
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i , e housan s who a to ,,, ,
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ness" marriage ideal had one
i r' s ... ' 0 t 1 1 0 0 T(1-0167&) good word to say for it in protest,
to my article. ,, -,'. ',. issti
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ed, that while Mama is happy hav- , , .,
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w 1 "1 1 "1 0 1 11 p ing Papa ,' share' the household, ,,,,, ,., ,
I -,,,,,. ...., FROM THE FIRT YEAR ef life through School age, , ., ' ,. jr 6, 0 11 1 1 k- tasks and. spendmg every minute
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i ..,,,,,essor..- ---- tection of i gOod ttillit. , t -' .- t ' ny, Papa may feel just a bit rest, ''
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t hand them the evening paper when ,,,,,
v'. i 1,1 '-4.'.". : ,quart of milk 'dallY. (Adulte h Quart). ,-, ,. I. . i ,. they arrive hOme from the office, ,.
instead of a scrub brush., , ,, .f1,,,t ",,
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Mr. and Mrs. Gaa
Back in Durundu
Mr-- and MTs, Howard Qee 'of
Curtmdu riturned yesterday from
a two-week vacation spent tFa tFaveins
veins tFaveins in Mexico.
St. Luke's- Woman's Athillary
Will Hold Bridge.,Toa
The Sygmanteil Auxiliary of the
,of'Sto Luke is sponsor sponsoring
ing sponsoring a bridge-tea Wednesday ,at
the home of Mrs. J. Paul Web.
them, No. 60 Carrasquilla oppo opposite
site opposite the Bomberos Station on Via
Espalla alds will be if syed !'rom
1 to 4 t.M.! and tea serv,ed from
4 to 5:30.
Patronesses to date are: Mrs.
Warner Scott It dims A, Mrs.
James Eastwood,- Mrs -James G
Townsend, Mrs. Joseph Cart Bo Boole,
ole, Boole, --MtrilMeelm--tr.---Gordon;-
Mrs. Albert Francis Holligsworth,
Mrs. Mortimer Chester Hill, Mrs.
Frank Dickson Millero Mrs. Ito.
ert -Brown,' Mrs. Charies,,Tiffany
Richardson; L B. Rim.
mingtok, Mrs.. Hugh Montgomery

Patronesses to date are: Mrs, Mrs. Gene Askew
Warner Scott Rodima Mt Honors Mrs. Hamlin '
James, Eastwood,- Mrs ,James G. Mrs. Gene 'Askew entertains at
Townsend, Mrs. Joseph Carl Bs. a despealda luncheon recently, gi.
quie, -MrirMlICOIM'sr:Gordon;' yea ai the Fori, Amador Officers'
Mrs. Albert Francis Holligsworth, Open Mess In honor of Mrs. Dore).
Mrs. Mortimer Chester Hill, Mrs. uly Hamlin who-is retiring from
Frank Dickson Millero Mrs. Ro. Panama Canal' Co. service at the
ert Brown,' Mrs. Charie,,TiffanY ena ot -the month and will leave
Richardson; Mrs.:A., K. B. Rim. the Isthmus. !,
Mrs..Hugh Montgomery '.Attending the 'afair were 15 111
Arnold, Mrs. T. S. McKibbon, Mrs. Mrs. Hamlin's- associates I
Ernest Harold, Harding, and MrS. Accounting Department. She was
William ,F.' Robinson. ;resented With, a corsage of lot lot.,
., lot., kery tickets. ,
Members of the Auxiliary and
their guests intereoted attending Miss Thelma Tschebol
are asked to call the Cathedral, Of.' Leaves Per indiene
lice, Tel. 2.2655. , Miss Thelma Tschabol, who for
, several years has been director
Mrs. John L. Haas' of chests:1 0,1,eat.'0,a, at the ESL
Feted By, Frienets,,, boa UniOn Church, left bvplane
Mrs. John L. Hass of Margarita Saturday tor her home in Indiana.'
was guest of honor at luncheon En route she wil visit several Cen.
given at the home. of, Mrs. Roy tral American countries.
Steele of Balboa recently. Mrs. Prior ,to her departure a fare:
Margaret McDaniel and Mrs. well tea was held ln her honor bf
Marguerite Ashton assited the boa. the women of the churth,
Guest linekided ei MIA A. Bronson"'

lice, Tel. 2.2653. , -,
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Mrs. John L. Haas' ''
Feted By, terientisq,,,; .. ,..,,, 1
Mrs. John L. Haas of Margarita
was guest of honor at a luncheon
given at the holm, of, Mrs. Roy
Steele of Balboa recently. Mrs.
Margaret McDaniel and Mrs.
Marguerite Ashton assited the hos.
Gueststlinekidedsillesdattei MIA
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ky Fears, Maud Clinchard, Leona
Saarinen, Katherine Meissner, Bee
Mab le, Maud Charles, Phylis Turn
er, Ethel Clarke, Marian P. Smith
Enna H. Plumers Ruth M. Jenkins
Blanche Schilling, Helen B. Chil Childress,
dress, Childress, Peggy Parker, Molly John Johnson,
son, Johnson, Susan Rinehart, Alice Frede Fredericks,
ricks, Fredericks, Norma Angermuller, Mary
T. Underwood, Louise Merchant,
Rose Nickisher and Laura Mey
' tlingo and other gahies were
played during the Alterni)011 and
se$,ertt prizes were a4,arded.
'Mr. Haas was presented with an
alligator tote bag containing a mo.
bey gilt and a pair oi earrings
made at stones r
match a braccet which nivi been
given to ber,at a previous gather.,
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;Mrs. Haas will sail on May 18
011 a United Fruit Company ship
to New nein' and then ay tu
Florida to meet her hiisband who
will sail from Intim) on his
OWa cabin crwser Hilda. Mr. Maas
nal reared ,rom the tan tang
g tang Company and they plan to make
their home in St. Felersburg.
Miss Thelma Tschabol, who for
several years has been director
of christlin 0,1,cal'o,n, at the Bal.
boa UniOn Church, left by, plane
Saturday tor her home in Indiana.
En route she wil visit several Cen..
tral American countries.
Prior ,to her dcparture a fare:
well tea was held ln her honor bf
the 8vomen of the cbur,ch ., ..,
A. Bronsetil.itillbi ,..,,. 1 ti I ,,,I
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, A. Bronson .Itigby, who spent a
short leave with his family at bit
Balboa' home-, returned Friday to,
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NEW YORK, May 5 (I,JP)
Mrs. Elaine S. Carrington, the o originator
riginator originator of the "soap o e r ,"
led yesterday atter a short
ness. She was 66. -
A prolific writer, Mrs. Carring Carrington,
ton, Carrington, in, addition tit writing radio
serials, also wrote novels, plays,
short stories and magazine arti articles.
cles. articles.
Her iirst radio show, "red Da.
vis," a thrice-a-week serial, be became
came became the first "soap opera" in
1932. The show, kter extended to
five-times-a-week, became in time
the famous "Pepper Young's lam.
ily," for which Mrs, Carrington
still was writing at the time other
death.1 ,
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Mrs. Carrington also originated
two other widely-known daytime
stries, "Wehn a Girl Merles" end
"Roosemary."
At one time, she was writing
all three showsetch a 15-minute
program, heard five times a
week and each following a differ different
ent different story line.
Peru wbeere he presently is em employed.
ployed. employed.
Canal Zone College Club
Inlays Spring Luncheen
The annual spring luncheon of
the Canal Zone College Club was
iield Saturday at the Albrook Of.
.icers' Club.
Mrs. Walter Dryja, second vice.
president, presided and introduc.
ed Mrs. J. Morton Thomson, scho scholarship
larship scholarship chairman,- who presented
Miss Carmen Smith, recipient of
this year's award.
Approximately 69 members and
their, guests attended the affair.
Mrs. Marlon Lucas , I
Leeves On Vacation ,
Mrs. Marion D. UCH of -Balboa
, left yesterday morning to
spend a vacation of two months
Ivisiting relatives in Texas.
Emblem Clcb Beat
Slated On Saturday Saturday,
, Saturday, Cristobal Elks Emblem Club
No. 52 will bold a buffet supper at
the Elks Home 111 Brazos Heights
next Saturday et 5:30 p.m. Mr. W.
M. Rosen" will show color a ides,
and all membera and their fami.
lies are invited. ,
Seroptomist Club
1 Eelcts Officers 1
, Officers for the coming year
were elected at the regular. month.
Jokluncheon-meeting of.the Soropti
mist Club of Panarrig held at the
Hotel El Panama Hilton on Satur.
day. Chosen to serve were:
Elsa Valdes, president; Emily
Price, vice.president; Doroth, y
Lintisay, treasurer' Rosemary
Reardon, recording' secretary itiad
Gloria Endara,t coirespondin;
cretarep Direettirrefee.ted' erg
Venie Begtribi ,ftoS
sita Palacio and Shirley Smith. k
11-ocal Girl Plays
Part In Festival
Miss Marian Didricksdn, daugh.
Mr. and Mrs, Conrad G.
DidrIckson of Margarita, :took
a prominent part in the annual
Women'a Visiting Dayand,,IMItY
Festival held on the campus of
Occidental College in Los Ange Angeles,
les, Angeles, Calif Saturday.
Miss Didrickson, a senior, and
education major, was a member
of the May Queen's Court and
participated In a ceremony at, the
Hillside Theater. She 1180 WW1 in
the dance
A member of Zeta Tau Zeta go:
rority, Miss Didrickson is active
in jatitnaliStil. She is a graduate
of Cristobal High School and an
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,Cadeti M-Sgt. David A. Ellis, a above
bove above a junior enrolled at the U University
niversity University of North Carolina, son
of Mr. and Mrs. David W. Ellis
of Gamoba, was recently e etted
execctive officer of the AFROTC
unit's Arnold Air Society chapter
for the forth-coming year.
The Arnold Air Society a na national
tional national honorary', society for
AFROTC cadets who show out outstanding
standing outstanding leadership and military
bearing. Ellis was initiated into
the, Society in Janitary o: this
year.
Ellis presently holds the post posttion
tion posttion of personnel NCO in t h e
corps o' cadets.,He is a member
of the Scabbard and Blade Socie Society,
ty, Society, an honorary for Air Force
and Naval ROTC cadets and
former member of the Sabre Air
Command.' Upon graduation he
will receive a commission as
second lieutenant in the Air For,:e
and' a bachelor of arts degree in
history4Ellis was a 1955 gradnate
Of Balboa 'High School.' ,'''
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' News of the death Friday in St.
Petersburg, Fla., of S. H.- Su III.
tan, long.time residnet of the Ca,
nal Zone and retired, Canal em employe,
ploye, employe, was received this week.end
by friends on the Isthmus. He
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was 69 ears old, ,f, "( ,,
lttr., ulAtif tied fate f ieladr
in the' ay Fidel Veterins osPL
tal which he bad entered ; Fridav
moping alter a heart attack.
He is survived by his wife,
Grate, and by a son, Frankr who
is with the Canal Zona Poskal Di.
vision at Fort Kobbe,- Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Sullivan and their son
have,been visiting in St, eiert
burg for the past div6 wee s
A native of New Haven, Conn,,
Mr. Sullivan came to the Cana
Zone in Ally, 1914, just two weekt
before the Canal was ',opened to
trefic. All o7 his service, which
Was broken, was to a plumber
with either the Building or COn
'strutting Quartermaster Divisions.
,At the time of. his, retirement
in March, 1950. ho was a foreman
plumber with the Building Div i islam
slam islam , ,
Funeral services 'were to be
held today in St. Petersburg.
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' toludin should be .subnoilied re
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the benstimber listed daily le le le;
; le; mai and Otherwise: co olailvoro4
Dip b.iled to the office. Notices et
meetings cannot be &salted CY
milhens.
'Rosary Altai Socigty
Vint 'steel.
The Losory Altar Society of
Hoy Family Church in merger'.
ta will nolo its regular mouthly
wee.,ing tnis evenmg aL '1:30
lowing novena services. All mem mem:
: mem: bers ore urgeu to attend this im im,.,;
,.,; im,.,; I portsnt meeting.,
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ICristobal Womort's Club ' 1
To Hold Board Mooting '-
The regular boaro meeting of
the Cristobal. Women's Club wi 1
k be beta tomorrow morning at 9
t at the Red Cross building in Cris Crisit
it Crisit tobal. : -
1 Knights Of Columbus '2, :
Moot Tomorrow -,
)A regular meeting for -the trans transaction
action transaction of business of Cristobal
- Council 'No. 189 Knignts of
- Columbus will 'be held tomorrow
evening at 7:30 p.m This will be
a specia, meeting and there will
; he a First Degree Ini,stion, there
1 fore, all members are requested
I to be present.. ,, ., K
; Balboa Woman's Card Group
Bill Moot On Thursday ..
The Card Group of the Balboa
t Woman's Club will meet Thurs Thurs.
. Thurs. day at 12:30 p.m.,ist the Fort A.
r mador Officers' Open Mess, l'aose
),planning to attend are asked to
I; I make reservations with one o', the
1 hostesses be ore Wednesday.
I -Hostesses, are: Mrs. Gertrude
Smouse,, Panama 3-6465; Mrs.
s Hazel Brooks, Balboa 3527,. and,
r Mrs., Mary, Aanesen, ,. Navy 3137.
B Cocoll ,Town Mooting ...,
S Blated For Thursday '' '"
r A town meeti,ng will be teld in
s the Cocon Clubhouse Ringo Room 1
I on Thursday at 7 p.m. to elect Ci: I
s vic Council t. members for the',
1 'coming year.' t , s'
II Ten- members stre to be elected, I
secordint tos,James E. Cr ai g,
v'e i
ihairmao- of.' the elections com..
selairsreosfideangtes
cluolititeoev,e
and military, and quintet( to vote.
Nomination-s will be- acepted from
the floor.
Al residents of COCO are' in.
Pa'cifist
Call Off'Mich
On US Consulate.-
MONTREAL (U17)-44, ,group of
Canedien4 patifists tAlled off A
mart 'bill the ottiteot States con consulate'
sulate' consulate' here aesterdak ,too, protect
the arrest 0 our men who tried
to sail into the Pacific nuclear
testint grounds in a campaign to
force an end to atomic tests.'s
1(eith Wright, chairman of the
group known at "The Canadian
.4,Aspociates for, Sane 4' Noe ear
! Pdlic," said kprotest march
was cancelled because the group
hiled to obtain police permission.
The group also plans to anpeni
to Russia to accept the S.'
"open skies" inspection proposal.
', Wright said his group will not
trY again for a police permit. He
added, however, that another
group of Zan,adian Pacifists,
known' as "Non-Violence in the
Nuclear Age" plans to visit the
U. S. consul: general in Montreal
today and present him with an
appeal against nuclear tests.
' The' action by Canadian paci pacifists
fists pacifists followed' the arrest on Fri Fri1
1 Fri1 day of the 'our-man crew of the
vessel "Golden Rule" headed
from Honolulu to niwetolt, atomic
proving grounds.
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. DACCA, East Pakistan (UP)--
Nearly 1,000 more perlons were
reporttd today to have died last
week from cholera and 'smallpox
enidemica, raging in East Paki Pakistan.'
stan.' Pakistan.' Newspapers reported that
500 prsons died from small pox poxin
in poxin Bogra last week. fficial re reports
ports reports said more, thsti 400 others
died of cholera and stnallpox
Tosuth) in the Danial. district.

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Plans a trip through the Canal
from Balboa Gatun and return
ing u) Gamboa on Sunday, June 15
have been made public by the spe specie
cie specie efforts committee of the SL
Peter's Mutual Bene it Society.
The trip Will include dancing to
the music of a popular orchestra
and games o difterent sorts tor
those planning to attend:
'Definite plans tia other activi activities
ties activities to highlight the trip oP
Fader's Day are In the making
ana be published as early AS
possible.
Tickets, which are pegged at a
moderate price both fcr adults and
children, wil. go on sale later this
week. -
All members' are urged to als
tend a regularif'scheduled meet meeting
ing meeting which will be held at St.. Al Alban's
ban's Alban's parish hall, Paraiso, Thurs.
day night, at g p.m. Other matters
of Imporfance emanaLing. front
the management ComMittee will
be discussed.
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Panel 'To' Discuss
LocoiBockground
Novels Nednesday
An authoritative panel will dis discuss
cuss discuss novels with backgrouns laid
in Panama or, the Canal Zone at
the Armed Forces Wr Rene League
meeting which will be held
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m.. at t h e
USO-JWB. 4
Roger HAckett, dean 0! the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Junior College; Miss
Katherine Clark; librarian. Balboa
High School; Jame's Lyons, in.
structor at Da boa High School;
Brodie Burnham, director of per,
sonnel training, Panama Canal Co.
and Don Musselthan, instructor at
Balboa High School, will make up
the. panel. --9,7z
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CHICAGO -(UP),.Color can
enrich your home furnishing dec,i
or just 'as much IS high t- priced,
pieces, say interior, decorators.
They predict the color -pacesetters
thiS year will be orange
and yellow,, combinations of blue
sool greeti,And off 11,d
beige4
They point ont that-no matter
the periodor the price of your
furniture ...the interior color
scheme can make or break the o.
treys Ir apnea ri nee: T
Decorators )caution that not on.
rly upholterydnust harmonize, but
a,lso sarpts,A draP4r1
rico put dtiopraliwe acc,ess4)gle
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SOME of my women readers
have landed on, me .with both feet'
',or daring to -syggesi recpnt
column thittstogetilerlies ak
marriage ideal tan be overdone,,
so far as the husband is concern concern'
' concern' tnade a lot of -women mad in
suggesting' that,, instead of a hug hugband
band hugband and wife deing everything to.
gether. a bit oi separateness might
be more stimulating to the mar.
riage and gitte each, a little more
room for growth.
, Here they are,,,basking in the
warmth and Security of having a
husband always A at their side,
whether they are washing dishes,
buying groceries, scrubbing floors
or whatever. And here am I, ques questioning
tioning questioning the, rightness of making
marriage such a complete two.
some that a, man doesn't have' S.
ny time for masculine pursult
unless, of course, he takes the lit littie
tie littie woman along.
Their indignation at the nerve
of anyone, daring to suggest 'that
"togetherness" can be., overdone
was red hot.
'
BUT there was one thing that
interested me, and ought to inter interest
est interest women, particular y those who
have turned their husbands into
Mama's little-helper-around !. the thehouse.
house. thehouse. I '-
And that is, that nitt one of the
protesting letters was 'written by
a husband.
No. sir,- not one husband of all
the thousands, who are making
their wives happy by accepting
their part in the new "together.
ness" marriage Pleat had one
good word to say for it in protest
to my article.
So it well may, be, as suggest.
ed, that while Mama is happy hav having
ing having Papa share' the household,
tasks and spending every minute
of his leisure time in her compa.
ny, Papa may feel just a bit rest.
less and more than a little envi.
ous his friends whose wiveS
hand them the evening paper when
they arrive hOme from the office,
instead of scrub brush
yLtr-7.7 Wit
Mom Uses Me1)10(11:1 On Mel
Mexana prevented diaper rash in over
93 of hospital cases tested! N6 ordt ordt,
, ordt, nary powder, it's medicated, anlisePtici
has absorbent cornstarch base. Clinp
' close, prevents heat rash, chafe, lots.
the oftsr every chile,
MEDICATED POWDER,
Medicated Megan. Skirt tream helps hied
' detergent hands. Its gentle lanolhs softens
dry, perchod akin. on?

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form. two-year-old Daniel.
proves tO be 4iti extra added
attraction at the Children'S
Society top contest in ',Nor-,
York. Danny appeart uncoC.
,cerned as he casually spins Mr'
top on the toe of his shoe. 0
Lillie 'League
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Six babies- wer-e twin.- ); Coco
Solo Hospital (luring the week end..
ing at midnight Wednesday, ac.
cording to the regular hospital re report.,
port., report., During the same period 73
patients were- admitted and ', 81
discharged.
,The -names and address of -:tho
parents of the babies born last
week it Coco Solo follow: 1Mr
arid Mrs.. Theodore McGann, of Co.
co Solito, daughter:. Sgt. and yrS.
Harrold Spicknall, of .Gultak
Heights, daughter::Mr. en4 Mrs.
Wilfred Anderson, of Colon, son;
Sfc. and Mrs,: Pau, Vel, of Coco
Solito,, daughter; Sgtl and Mrs.
Eugene Haislip, of Fort, Gulick,
son; and Sp3 and Mrs. Harry
lifoffet, of Colon; 'datighter.
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icRusi ANcr BEAR It Al4
though the pun was pot intend;
-ed, it,neverthelegs',emerged at
,
if premeditated when the Batesat
villa 7 (Ark.) Qity -Council re.:
cently opened a new street. The.
.new Street1,-.. christened Gla'Yrki
Street-L.erosses, Bearette Street.'
Both the.harnes of GwYn
Bearette ,ort those, of ioca
residents.
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r-old
,an extra adder'
he Children'S Akr,
contest in ,Nele ,Nele,
, ,Nele, appeart UnC0
casually spins hism
of his shoe.
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League
oy'' 2.
ere born al Coco
uring the week end.
ht Wednesday, ac.
regular hospital re.
he tame period 73
admitted end
Ind address of -the
babies born last
Solo follow: Mr.
lore McGann, or Co.
liter:. Sgt. and yrs.
of Guliek
iter; an4 Mrs.
on, of Colon, son;
Pap' Viel, of; Cote
!r; Sgti, and Adrs
p, of Fort,
and Mrs. Harry
',datighten
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FARM CHARM Pretty Pat
' Juan iv takes a turn on the
'tractor atter she was named
'"""IMIgr-tItitststlditr t'ermerette---
of 1958" at the Young Farmeri
Nati (Mal awards program in
Indianapolis, Ind. Pat, is a
freshman at the Alniversi'l
ot Oklahoma.



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, year or early in 1959. Big airliners bke the Boeing 707 and :
Douglas DC-8 will shrink the world by some 40 per cent (see t
,- Newschart above). CAA certification tests on the new jets :
.. art expected to start soon and airlines are ready to train ilight i
, trews. Big problem remaining: building longer lunways.
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HOTTEST THING UNDER THE. $UN--:The solar furnace, above, will be the hottest thing
on earth once it is 13 laced in operation near Alamagordo, N.M. Designed for Space age research,
the 145-foot-square, 112-million-pound flat mirror, right, will reflect the sun's rays to a 108-
Aoot diameter parabolic mirror, left. It will focus rays into a five-inch circle on a laboratory
f unit in front of the Venetian blind-like shutter. Shtter controls light reaching the IOCUSing A
mirror, and Can cut off expected 1,000-degreeWentigrade temperatures at focat point in half
a second. Maiimum temperature 'represents about 80 per cent of the surface temperaturcof
the sun, Pittsburgh's J. W, Pecker Inc. and Pittsburgh-Des Moines Steel Are developing the
, 10-million-dollar device jointly,; Tcybe under, centract with the Air Force, the mechanism may
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MOSCOW (UP lPresident G a- I
mal Abdel Nasser of the United'
Arab Republic was hailed Dy
street crowds yesterday when he
toured Tashkent, capital of ,Lizbe-
kistan and center of Moslem'cu'.1
ture in the Soviet Union.
Nasser, making a 10.day tour oil
Soviet provinces, was accompan accompanied
ied accompanied by high Soviet oflicials,, in including
cluding including Presidium members N.A.
Mukhadinov, A. N. Kossysn and
Gen. A. Antonov.
,
Mukhitdinov, a secretary of 'the
Communist Central Committee
and ex premier of Uzbekistan,'
holds the highest party post ever
achieved by a Moslem.
Nasser, who received a triumph triumphal
al triumphal welcome in Tashkent Saturday
on his arrival from Moscow,- con conferred
ferred conferred yesterday morning with Uz Uzbekistan
bekistan Uzbekistan Presidum chairman
Rashidov and then went sightsee sightseeing
ing sightseeing in the city.-,

(In Jerusalem, Israeli officials
were keeping close watch on the
effects the big reception accorded
Nasser in Russia- was having on
Arab nations outside the Egyptian
bloc,, The fact that an Arab was
top guest at Moscow May Day
celebrations ,was reported arous
ing great enthusiasm in pro.West pro.Western
ern pro.Western Lebanon and in the Iraqui.
Jordanian federation.)

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"Everywhere in the streets' the
inhabitants of 'the town gave a
warm welcome to their guests,"
a 'Moscow radio broadcast said.
The U.A.R. leaderthe n visited
a Tashkent textile factory, where
he was presented with a gift of
several pieces of fabric.
Mostow radio said that Nasser,
iri thankinr the workers, "ex "expressed
pressed "expressed hisconlidence in. further
friendship between the peoples of
th United Arab Republic and the
Soviet Union."

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WASHINGTON (UP) The
National Planning Association
said yesterday that tortign nations
increasingly and wan some
justificationview this country's
foreign- aid activities as "oe "oegrunoing,
grunoing, "oegrunoing, niggardly and pett y yminden.'
minden.' yminden.'

It also said that foreign nations
resent tharges that U. S. aid is
a "give-away" or is being poured,
down a "rat-hole."
The associatien warned that,
Russia may hand thia country a
"catastrophic" defeat on the tor toreign
eign toreign aid front unlesa the United
States cuts the strings attached
to many of its aid progrems and
abolishes red tape -that has of-ended
many aid recipients.
The association is a mon-pro:it,
non-political organization devoted
to research and p anning in agri agriculture,
culture, agriculture, business, labor and the
prolessions.
In a statement denouncing at attacks
tacks attacks on the foreign aid prograin,
the association said thet t h e
United States does not yet under.
stand the gravity-, of the Soviet
Union's bid for the, allegiance ol
under-developed countries t
"If the United States continues'
to neglect or underestimate 'the
Seviet capacitY for covert ag aggression,"
gression," aggression," it saidi 4,4the resdlt
may be as catastrophic as though
we were to be decisively beaten
in the armaments race."
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strictions restrictions placed on U. S. aid
programs, although some of them
are necessary, have reached the
point where under developed
countries are often justified in
feeling that the terms and con conditions
ditions conditions of U. S. aid are "too
limiting, humiTating and rigid."
It said this was particularly
trtte when American restrictions
were "contrasted with the ease
and flexibility of Soviet aid and
trade." : e

REBELS KILL '12
Algiers (UP)French authoritie
reported Tdesday that 12 Plosion
civilians had been slain in a reb.
el raid in -the remote western
Algerian mountain village of
Guillaumet, 100 miles east of Or.
an. The French reports said the
dead included a woman and four
infants.

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need. Isn't it possible that the un unknown
known unknown substance in Royal Jelly
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PlOtluct,taktititiohlits kleilnOtikt
- Pope this kil, is worthy of part
investigation. Your health is
imPertant to you. The brand of
Royal Jelly taken by the Moly
Father is eapsuled In Om original
LIQUID state. Each viol contains
15 capsules of 30-60-120 or 20
milligrams of pure fresh LIQUID
Royal Jelly. The entire process
Is supervised by medical doctors
for your safety. A product of
such higiv quality', assures you of
'; honest value. Wo will send yini4
free on, request a copy of the
communication trom the Vatican
confirming that the Holy Flaw
used the produet we distribute
and the It has tho honor for his
cure. Write Goirlen Glow, Dent.
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WASHINGTON (UP) -The
Democratic Advisory Council to today
day today appointed 23 national labor
leaders to advise the party's top
leaders !',on the problems and
concerns of American workers."
National Chairman Paul M
council. designated George M.
Harrison, president of the Rroth Rrotherhood
erhood Rrotherhood of Railway Clerks, to be
chairman of '.the new dvisory
committee. Harrison -Is a mem member
ber member of the AFI.,-CIO executive
council.. -

Other members of the new ad advisory
visory advisory group included Walter P.
Reuther. president or the United
Auto Workers; David J. McDon McDonald.
ald. McDonald. president of the steelworkers'
union; James B. Carey, president
o' the AFL-CIO e'ectriol work.
ers; and ,rJacob Potofsky, presi president
dent president of the Amalgamated Clothing
Workers of America.
The group hold ts first
formal meeting here May 20.
In announcing the appointments,
Butler made no direct mention o7
Senate Rackete Committee find.
ings or 'recent abortive attempts
by Senate Republican Leader
William T. Knowland (Calif.) to
turn a 'recent' welfare fund bill
into genital labor legislation.
But Butaer, said, Democratic
leaders "are aetermined that the
American worker be given a
square deal" now that the labor
movement is t4under renewed at attack
tack attack by its traditional enemies."

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1 and ex premier of Uzbekistan, eign aid front unlesa the United r I 1, d ,,,,; ,,
THIS SHRINKING WORLD Man will take a big step ;
. forward when the commercial Jet age gets under way late this t i
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' - i holds the highest party post ever States cuts the strings attached visory group included Walter P.
. year or early in 1959. Big airliners bke the Boeing 707 and : 1
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Douglas DC-8 will shrink the world by some 40 per cent (See t i
1, VA' 1 Nasser, who received a triumph- abolishes red tape -that has of. Auto Workers; David J. McDon McDon,
, McDon, Newsehart above). CAA certillcation tests on the new jets A
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art expected to start soon and airlines are ready to train flight 1
, '' , ,' '-, A ", ----,-,,,----4, -;.:LI on his arrival from Moscow con- Ihe association is a mon-pro it union; James B. Carey, president
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" L-- ' ferred yesterday morning with Uz.inon.political organization devoted th AFL CIO e'ectrical work.
'N HOTTEST THING UNDER THE. SUNLThe solar furnace, above, will be the h ottes thin
t g bekistan Presidum chairman to research and p anning in
ers; eand JI- cob Potetsk3' Prest. traWa Big problem remaining: building longer lunways. s,"1
dent of the Amalgamated &thing ' , t
1 Rashidov and then went sightsee. culture, business, labor and th
- on earth once it is Vaceri in operationnear Alamagordo, N.M. Designed for Space age research, e Workers of America. ,

, the 145-foot-square, 112-million-pound flat, mirror, mitt, vitt renect Ine bLii a Jaya kv luo--
- s In a statement denouncing at- The group will. hold ts first BUYING CLOTHING IS A PLEASURE,: Li 11
, 400t diameter parabolic mirror, left. It will focus rays into a five-inch- circle on a laboratory
(In Jerusalem. Israeli officials tacks on the foreign aid program. formal meeting here May 20.
f . abuttae Shutter controls light reaching the IOCUSing

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- mirror', and ean ent off expected 1,000-degreeqentigrade femPetafurea at tocal- Point in half 'Were keeping close watch' on the 1 the association said thet thel announcing the appointments, 1 , ) - - 1
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- t att 'Tse onet ViitchltrUh.nPta Mnineg Steel are developing the INasser in Russia was having on 1 !nand the gravity.- of the Soviet ISenste Racket3 Committee find. 11

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:,,.,10-rnillion-dollaururdgqkl:iqae.iovi:1;t1II7;7T'40';';'.uP7'd-rs7cp"n-t-re-c-t .w. ith, the Air Force, the mechanism-may Arab nations outside the Egytitian'
', --: ': be d by all the armed forces, other governmentaj agencies and private industrY. ,: ,..,,..:,.,z.., bloc,. The fact that an Arab was uUnnler.developed conntries z by B e it a t e Republican Leader 1 .. , ., .,. I
,. use ,, -, , , toP guest at Moscow May Day If the United States continues' William Ir Knowland: (Calif.) to .- '- 2.. , , ., s .s.
,' ' -1 ' ' ' 3- '1' ,-- 4 ' ' ,,' 1 , celebrations was rePorted arous. to neglect Or underestimate 'the turn a recent ', welfare fund bill 1 - 1-- : by ,,' -sf.,1;,. ,i,' ,, ,,,,-, : ., -- y,- ., .. r,
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. ing great enthusiasm in pro.West. SOvlet caPaelti for covert ag. into gene' rat labor legislation.- ., 2 ,, '
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Lebanon and in the Iraqui. gression," it :midi 4,4the resdlt But Butaet- a a 1 d Democratic ,....
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may be as catastrophic as though leaders "are determined that the s; ,,, ,., ,
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'' , '1 we were to be decisiveir beaten American worker be given s ,, ., : ., , .. s ..,,.,,,..s,. i
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'' . ' '. .." r''''' 2- . ... .. '',- ':-. '. .':-,...'.,1 ', :' r: '.- .. 1.: ,,.., ,':? :. :1 warm wel,come to their guests," The association ,; said that :re. tack by its traditional' enemies."' - - ,,,,... ,, .; ,.. !, .. ,,,,t,,,,,., ., f,t 1
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was' rectritry" fee fibirn 'at tdwaras Air Force bae, Calif.' Performance details of the flight..k you will feel "tomorrow. Menden
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' were not disclosed, other than it was supersonic. The E-106B and its sistert Ir-108A inter, 1- chitis tind Kay Diver.
,,:,' tights discomforts ot itatbmih Brom.
' ceptors carry missile armament and electronic gear to intercept possible enemY air attack.- I , ,. ,, ,. 1, wijpIDEKEli .,.' ,' ... 1, .019,. .41 m-oi,e7, ,,,?.. ,,I.:,, with, thii,:sfam',, o,us Crraflex 15,hookabsq..szr ..: ';,,',:.t, ., ;..,:..,...
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ll. Jo of
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' which featured a seven-run Dodg- is a '2- '1.1evorite to succ ul y
er rally in the fifth. ' d e f e n d his world's lightweight
Melias, who hit only two, hom- championship against RelPh Du Duero.
ero. Duero. m 58 games lett season.. pas in their ,15-round bout from
clouted two off Johnny Antonelh Houstont Tex, on Wednesday.
and another off, Mary Grissom to ,-. The fight, matching two New
lea the Pirates to their eighth Orleans boys, will, be lationally
viC ory in nine games. Ron Kline televiaed ky ABCt ... ,-, r
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gol,credit for the win although El- Browns, who won'tis title).-froilo'
royt Vac. finishe4 ito The Giants. Wallace4114.4,1-Sali.UWias.-Alr-eadg..
however stoPned the Pirates from defended it against Smith, Orlan
taldng ever first place 'when Da- do Zulueta and Joey Lopes. So
rylo Spencer's double and Pres- far this year, he has'knocked out
sotes tingle hroke up the' 1.0-in Ernie imams and Orlando Ech Echnin$
nin$ Echnin$ nightcap. Orlando Cepeda hit evarria,.in non-title matches.
tw tiomers 1114'1 double for-the Duptr,b4,- been,. beaten only
G" ,in: the seCond game.' ''.. -. eight nginek1410' 34 -piolessional
. : ,, 70,1y.- .- :. bouts whiltlirOwn tiaS won 69 of
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E I ,.t.opestr who- wet 'defeated -- by'
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-"e TODAY 'le weight title 'las December, will
; 9:00 : also seer4tetion.thilp.Avesit.onthen
, rie,,,,,.,:,..,..,,F,,,, 1 he takes on, undefeated Carlos
ii ', LA) I VA I e. ... Ortiz in i Pfs' bglit Item Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood ,Legioh St'adium on Friday,.
, Lopes, a '27.year-bid frein'Sec:
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) 02'..... al s, remento, Calif.,t ighpanked .fourth
by. Ring Magazine in the light light.
. light. 00p '' weighrrTr."-HoWevt,tth, e--21--7
-,.; z- 44,-4 year-old Ortiz 'is a 1-5 fayorite
. ,,,0011,101 ..--.:, -- f-,3,, -- ci t- It tt9
- -,- -f---- ,- -, win the -10-roun bgh ailing
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41.,,. -ag '; .., '; ,:,::...,. from Mayaguez,6Puerto Rico,,the
' ' 1"- ---. ---;-'''',',.:.,r unranked 'Ortiz Its taken 25" t
'1 I iate ''' ) );;;--"vp'' bis 26 intelioutsr-the -other being
Y1 ''''' N' P a o ecist
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-aidifito' Ortiz decisioned Tommy Tibbs in
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-1,-7-,-,,,,,' 4 !. .. Madison., Square- Garden.", Lopes
-z-- tetuteoP, has mon 4.44,-- of 1.1us 61 ,matches,
''', Ir ", the last- time eutqaking a ;t1e--
" '-' tision4vent-4-immy-Cart,--4, ,.
In MInday, night's .fight, Prom,
, ,- St. Nick s,' light heavyWeight Tody
. ,, Anthony, twill 'take- on Art Miller
, .,,, in a scheduled 10-rounder. An An,
, An, ,-;7,:;), ,,.. thony, a 3-1 favorite, has- won 32
, -!;',700--- i 1. :', of his 38- fights while Miller, has
.36,461- ,'. won hut six in 11 engagements.
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ALL BY HIMSELF Carlos Which()) de la Guardia's 'brilliant Argehtlne five-year-old chest chest'nut
'nut chest'nut horse Ferdularle gallops home far anead of the field in yesterdayi $15,00(), added one
mile and. five-eighths President of the Republic Classic at the President -Rernon racetrack..,
'Heliodoro Gustlnes had only to ;stay in 'the sa ddle for the easiest sight-seeing trip around
ithe local oval he ever had. (Bettom) ?resident trnesto de, la ;Guardia lr. ,haa a, AaPpy mo;
ment) at ,the postAclassie drophy' presentationyteremony when...hp, We the, large ilver cup ,An
his brother Carlos. Standing (left to right are: jockey Gustincs, track manager tablo' 'Moyer
Arosemena, Finance Minister Fernando Eleta, the President, presidential aide Lt. Col. Raul
y&riu Espinosa and beaming owner Chicho de la Guardia-

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iNEW YORK, May 5 '.(UP) 47Those ufider
standably-skeptical Los Angeles -fans..had solid eyi eyidelitetodarthat
delitetodarthat eyidelitetodarthat the Dodgers ..!'wasn't",,'deid--just,
sleeping..
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The evidence was' an.old bioryle,..Lwronli field double
Ama.u.0 Frank'

- Brooldyn-like ditplay of power.
26- hits good for 47 total bases
as the Dodgers whipped the Phil Phil'
' Phil' adelphia Phillies, 8-7 and 15 2,
yesterday. It -Marked .the first
,. time the Dodgers were able to
in Iwo straight games this season-and
elighted a crowd of 38,-
453 that sent the toe Angeles atr
, temiance- over 4 the, half-million
, mark for only 15 dales. 1
The Dodgers pulled out the
Toler on a two-run seventh-inning
homer by Charlie Neal and then
' haMmered out 48 hits, including,
fivp doubles, twt !homers and a
- triple, against Six Philadelphia
Apitcheep.itile night cap. Don
ZimMer g ,the big ,. bat At, ia
the seeon game with a :homer.
three ',singles and lour. runs : bat;
ted il...' -.,' .. :,, -,.. : ',, ,..,
' ;Iiiii. entinorst -ejae A higged
et Sunder activitit which, follow4;
' ed generally' the pattern of the
seasenheart hitting in the Mao,
tionel league games and anal"
kilt IN ioitching 2,',in ,'., Amaricall
In It
Lea 00,gamat.;1 '4 - ,
. "Niational;The Pittsburgh
Pi at "altd.Sao ,PrauciscW1Giante
. sp t tioubleheader Rahlon,,Mt
, jias imashing three homers- "in
Pittsburgh'a 4-1 wilt and., gddie
Bressound singling home the Win-,
fling run ju.the Chao A4-3,',' IO:.:
inning, sighteapli.ictory; Valelt i
1
rY 's third double in the ninth inl
ni g gave the Alien Cubs a
5. victory. before Steve '' Bilko'S
,14th bming double won,- 3-2, for
, th -Cinchmati Redlegs ,, in the
nightcap of a twinbill; and left
, Warren. Spahn scattered five hits
for his fourth atraight-wint to en enable
able enable the',, Milwaukee Braves te
dowir.thnIStO,ouis Cardinale; 7-2.f
, lin the Ameriugn, the,Haltimore
0 oles scored 4-3 and 4-0 Arictik.
ries over the Detroit Tigers, f the
Cleveland Wiens and Boston
Red ,Sor exchanged 2-1 decisions
. and the Washington titenators de defeated
feated defeated -the Kansas- Oity Athletics,
7.3. The second, Washington Kan:
sas. City game wai ended by rain
with the score 2-2 ,after nine in
ilitts.oPtaini1V4ancelled a Chi Chic
c Chic ago-Yankeel egutildheader, at New
Rork.'4 t -,', ,r., t ,, 4 f ;, l'.,
Triples by Neal and Dick Gray
belped the Dodgers cut an early
. PhiladePhia lead to 7-6 un the
sixth inning and Neal then tagged
RObin Roberts for his game-winfling
homer with Gil Hodges a ab
b ab d in the seventh. Danny Mc McD
D McD itt scattered 10 hits to win
bi first game in the mightcap,
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eh featured a seven-run Dodg-1
er ran)? in the fifth.
Selias, who hit only two, hom homers;
ers; homers; m 58 games lett season,
clouted two off Johnny Antonelli
and another off Mary Grissom to
lead. the Pirates to their eighth

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--on which- left -LI tioldoe Frank',"
Robinson slipped imd sufforetro
minor jniuryonabled; Don 'li 'listen
sten 'listen to Witt hit' feurtit:gamo for
the Cubs. Bilko's pittchAoublo
which," broke f- up the seconi
tiams;I'lliltdtI tomb& ''1", vWillerd
Schmidtrhis, firlf,,, win for ;in..
- cinnatr. '' '' ,''.'''''
'' The Inves slittetrintVirm
far Bend Mizell is a four '.. run,
fiftlt, featured bt.Nf';,dattlews'
double and 'a Iwo-ruti 'single I b
Wes COVirt on,. S ahn breezd to
his fourtit Striii t eyttifil fwittb!a,
five-hittet hat!, g arkul it 04,20
lifetime edge over the Cardinals.
Stan-Mislat'vent:41-1Orr3JAiringing
hiS aiFeragejto,"11,17 a'nd bli hit to total
tal total ,to withip,,pol the'.' magix 3..
9Calt.'41ark, -4;',.'s,, 'i,',:, .,',,,,..:-)1,;',,;" ,'
' kieneT.Wliettlitifsidt ,,,,a. tWct run
hom-er-. 5.0,threvlq,pittfiltiet,poten-'
tint tying ru.t,atottieWptitelor the
Orioles fn the.firat gargralid Jack,
Hershman piched,A tile ,,k' bitter
for,his fourth straight, 1,vin, In the'
nightiap."Milt Tattpasi'10-ear-old'
right-litir510-', wog, be .,,,' opeger al althotigh,
thotigh, althotigh, ''e.'irettref ivith, a sore el elh9A,V,'
h9A,V,' elh9A,V,' i er..Seve ning. -Detroit
has lo4 threc....tight- And seven,
o; tine It4er k Al, start. ', 1', '1
, v.-,,-','";', '." ''" '.','':.',",..'''' ...- .. ..
'',.", '11;bh,''Avila'f binth-lnning dou double
ble double iatirwtt Mike. Garcia and tho
!, Indlans4hoith.first .. gam, deci decision
sion decision but Frank Mahone singlacii
home-S(100g I.Ceesiplot.1.1.breit
up the ,12-inning second gahto
at Boston. Frank Baumann, $100;-',"
000 bonus southpaw, wont the'
distance for the Red Sox in the
second gams and Allowed only,-
,00ght hits., '..., - ',. ,- i J

Re14 VitcV Zs. v e yid
ed onfoione 4 ngs
the Senators, who kay Mark
Dickson with. a tour-run. sixth in inning.
ning. inning. Rookie' Able Pearson' had
tour bits for 'the Senktors in the
second-game tic,

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-, HIDDEN JUNGLV
) with Gordon Scott',-
TARZAN AND TE1
HUNTRESS '4
w!th Brenda, 49,y,e;
, 4t

Based on 35 official al,Balsl.:

, NATIONAL LEAGUE
G AB R H Pct.
Musial, L'. 15 60 14 31 .517
Hoak, CincL 14 ,59 '123 290
Temple, Cin. 14 54 11 21 .389
Mays, S Eco. 19 77 15 29 .377
Walls, Chi.. 18 76 20 28 .368
Spettcer, S. F 18 75 .10 27 .360
GraY, Los A. 12 39 9 14..359
Thomas, Pitts 17 71 15' 25 .352
Ennis, S. L.. 14 -54 .2 19 ) .352
Crowe, Cin., 11 37 2 13 251
- AMERICAN LEAGUE
Vernon, Cie.- .16 41,10 16 .390
Lollar, Chi. 13, 41 5 16 390
Skowron, N.Y. 14 55 7 ,21. .382
Robinson, Bal. 16 54 75 20 .373
MeDougal, N. 14 54 ,8 20 .370
Martin, Det 11' 46 '6 17 270
Cerv. K. S. 16 60 21', 22 .367
Nixon, Cirte. 13 4t 5 16 .348
Kuenn, Det -18 73 8 25 .342
Runnels, SOL -IT 10-54- 23-'229-

" HOME RUNS
,
-'
' NATIONAL LEAGUE
, C".4!11.biY::a612'; :
, Sauer, Gianta ;
Thomas, ; Pirate; 7
Mathews, 'Braves ,..
Banks, Cubs (;,: : 7'
Cepeda, Giants
AMERICAN LEAGUE
,Xerv, Athletleth i
Jensen, Red Sox, 4-,
, (Brown, Indian, 7:
' Williamg, Red Sox r 8
Lollar,, White Sox 3
Maris,' 'Minis, ", 3
Minoso,i)ndilnA),,1.7;,',', 3
,fSievers:',;,,SP' k 3
;
''Skowron,,Yanks, : 3

' s RUNS BATTED IN
:.National Loagua
IT.
, Cepedo,GP!tl 1
Spencee,N7m.
. 1
L : Mathers, .Braves., 7
, Ameritin Irsagus
Cerv; Athletics
.?, Carrostitr.1,1' Indians
''Sknwron'?, Ynks, :,
rVernori,,:, Intiions
JetisenOle .0x
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with Burt lAllePter
"m".1.440,-AISOrr''."4""'
t.,,,c1 4
TIE,itle4 CAPER lt
ofrith Rory Calhoun

1,ED,ING.,:,:7
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LEADING LEADINGPITCHERS

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1 "4 c,,di J Od I t Oir 111
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katienil Leteue : Kt.
Podres, Dodgers 4.,..0 1.000
riston, Cuubs ; 0..4.000
Soahn. Braves 4 0 1.000
PriPod. Pirates" 4 0" 1.000
Porkey,Itedlegi 3 0 1,r
, American League
Harslimbit, Orioles A 0 4000
Turley Yanks 4,14 v 3 A0 s' L000
Garver, sAthletks 3 0 1.000
Grant, Indians 3 0 1.000
-(Six ,tied at 2-0).

Paigl,ts

350,,, Zoe,

double In elnemascope

THE ENEMY HELOW
yith Robert Mitchum
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THE THRE FACES
OF EVA

rANAMA AMERICAN AN r7rrrynryr DAILY NtIVSFArE3-,,

',The' Stud 1 Los Siete It classy
neWri)1)4r4 Pertitgarek 1,1Vegirvp
to idilance notIces' andlatt
way, and hitcl from the best 'rout 'routers
ers 'routers in Arming locally to Score
by some 18 lengths in the 815,-
000 one, mile and five eighths
President of the Republic Classic
yesterday afternoon at the Pre President
sident President Remon racetrack. '
, Despite reports to the effect
that the ',compact little five-yearold
cheatnut son of Petrarca-Hannah
is the most expensive tho thoroughbred
roughbred thoroughbred now in trebling at the
local oval, the fans sent the Me Menel
nel Menel Camarista entry off the fa favorties
vorties favorties with Sabotaje II the se second
cond second choice. Perdulari0 was ,the
third choice in the betting..
When the, starter sent the field
off, Menel .broke first but in a
few jumps Perdulario bad taken
command and King's Park was
in second place: They continii continiied
ed continiied that way around the track
one and one-half. times that
same, 'Order-, but Perdulario in increased
creased increased his winning Margin stead
ily as the race, progressed and
was going lar away at 'the fit?.
Sabbtaje II, held far 1:-off the
pace, responded when' sent and
moved- up-impressively but was

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ta en to the' Insult entering the
Oo eit'lttiftlind,ung t Wt.. the
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Or ve-,Cantaruita, which Wes' thitd
,
most td the distance,'Nvound up
fourth to get the short end of
the 'purse. Next tame Diocese,
Menet. and Jalisco.
-Little Heliodoro Gustinei gave
Perdulario a 'competnet ride.-The
time for the 13 forlongs -was a
feat :48 -A-5. Tht race waVt, he
Ara t;,,Ithill distance held ,, Zthe
1
Presi ent Remon track. The' tee teeord
ord teeord at the now-defunct tjuan
Franco '7,oval :was, Atys' 2:49 4-5.
The track' guest of ,' hono r,
President Ernesto de la 1 Guar Guardia
dia Guardia Jr., was doub'y'pleased at the
trophy presentation ceremony.
Perdulario is owned by his young youngrt:
rt: youngrt: 'bkothet, Carloe. The Pregid PregidinVs
inVs PregidinVs OW1V ifor.se;',Dioce8eliritil ,qt
to get a piece of the purse- ,r ''-1 ,1
' Perdulario paid $820, ,to win
and $4.60 to place; The one-two
with rank outsider Xing's Park
returned a juicy $188. Gustines
also scored with Kakalu to be the
Only. r.icier to score more than
Once.
-
, The dividends: ,
,.
, r FIRST RACg '.
1Lark $3.60, $2.40 ' ,'
;2Peter's, Downfall 13.60

SECOND ',RACE LL'i 7
14.4.("Ilk lieggmt) $5,00,,I,$3,1),;01
r.,-Behader. $4,40 etr )
Double: $10.60 ,4;
THIRD RACE
1-Guacamaya $3.20, 12.29
2-Avispa $2.20
. One,' Twei ,;
1. ; ',-:-FOURTH RACE
T-aslalu, s$2.20 ,s,
$3,404 :
0.fq $1.80
FIFTH RACE
1-Sitabu $10.80,- $16.80 4
2-Licenetado $21.60 :
, '''' SIXTH RACE '
, 1-Riotous, $13.60,:' $4.40 :
2,Cooksinald $3.60
SEVONTH,' RACE
1-ToPecio $12.60t $5
-
' $,,$)04.48 : :
EIGHTH RACE ;:
1-Lanero $10:40,'$4.40 s'6,
'2-CaMbrioleur $3.go ,.-
, Quiniele: $25 ;
-NINETH RACE
,$8,20;.; $4.60
$7,80
, One TWO: $136
:, TENTH RACE
1-Sculptut $8.20; $4.69
2-:-Guadalcanal $3.60 :
ELEVENTH RACE
.1-11otiche $3.40, $2.40 ;:
12,-M a $2,S0,

:

ITINNERS Earrmpbrny tieftrand- Angel-Dein score-the-winning Apoint- kgainst,-Julio.
Plnilla and George Motta yesterday to win the Jantz n doubles tennis tournament the
swimrnirig poo; court. Cmiphroy and Delvalle took the match th straight sets, 7-5,
8-3. Trophies -donated by George Maduro, were presented to the winners by Gil p. Garrido,
director of the Depsztment of Physical Education, at the end of 'the match.-

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, NATIONAL
Chicago
Pittsburgh
Milwaukee
San Francisco
Cincinnati
Los Angelo'.
Philadelphia-
St. Louis

10 .7 '488 121KansasTtity
11 8 .579 11,Clevelanct
- 8, .571 1 Baltimore
9 11 '.450 3 Detroit :
7 11 389 4 Boston 4 k
' 3 12 ,.200 CA Chicago

. Today's Games
Milwaukee at St, Louis' (N).
Philadelphia et Los Angeles'(N).
Pittsburgh at San Francisco,
Only games tcheduled-.
,
Yeeterdst's Results
, (First Pam.)
Cincinnati 000 000 121-4 9 2
Chicago 020 002 001.-S 13 0
Purkey, Rabe, Jeffcoat (21) and
Bailey,.' Burgess. , ,
Brosnan,.Elstoit (4-0) and Tay.
tor. ,

, (Second Game)
Cincl. rs- 200 000 000 000 01-310 0
Chic. 000 002,000 000 00-2 8 0
Haddix, Schmidt (I-1) ancl,attrr
gess, Bailey.
Fodge, Mayer, Drott, teichols
and Tapp'.

(First Gams)
Pittsburgh 100 102 002-6 7 0
San Fco. .081 001100144 71i
s Kline Ill), Fat Fe apt Foiles.$
Antonelli (2 -'2), Worthington,
Grissom and Schmidt Schmidt,
, Schmidt,
(Second Game)
Pittsburgb .100 110, 000. 0-3-10
San Fco- 110 100 000 1-4 1110
R. G- mith, Blackburn-- Paco
(0-1) and Peterson, .Foiles.'1 r
Crone, Millero Worthington (T-1)
and Thomas, Schmidt.
.L
Philadelphia .205 000 000-7 13' 2
Los Angeles 401 001 20x-8 8 2
Roberts (1-3), Farrell and Lo.
"
Erskine, tiitg,hilBlkstintl' (T-11)'
f
Roebuck and Rseborti,'Walker.

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-LEAGVE ' 'AMERICAN LEACL1E i -
.
W L Pct. GB' ' W 1. Pct. :GI3
11 7 :411 -,-, Now York 10 4 .I4 '--- 4'
10 488 Va Washington 9 S -.643 1' 1.1

, (Second Game)
Philadelphia 000 001 100..-2 10 0
Los Angeles 002 372 10x IS 10 0
Hacker (0-1), Miller Hearn, My
er, LiPotri, Miwohead, and Lon
nett. ''"
, Mcboivitt't (1 tir..r;
pignatano,a 1 MIS 0100 fli)10
Milwaukee 1000 240 010-7 13 '0
St. Louis 1001 001 00x-2 S 1
Spahn (4-0) lond Crandall. '''',, )
e Mizell (0-3), Jackson, eine 'and
H.' Smith. -

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4 --" ',"

, The world'il onlY transcontinen.
tal small boat 'rate the annual
Canal Zone Council,' Boy Scouts
of America sponsored ocean 4 to toocean
ocean toocean cayuco 'race ',througb the
Panama' Canalwill be held this
weekend with '25 boatEentered so

Starting at' the 3, 61stobal ',Cacht.
Club at 3 p.m. Friday, ,the race
will be run in five laps, with the
crossing at the finish line at the
Navy Pier, Balboa Sunday lifter lifternoon
noon lifternoon on Sunday.
The cayucos, all owned the coml..
cil scout ,,nnits,' will be; paddled
by four-man trews of" 'senior
scouts- or explorer scoute over 14
Years old '
First lap of the race is from
Cristobal Cacht' Club to the'
oast wall of the Gahm locks.
The cayutos portaged
around Gatun "'Oar. T end -the
boys will spend Friday night at
Fort Davis.
.1, 'A
Second lap, longes't in the race
will begin at 6:30 a.m. Saturday
from the Gatim..,: lighthouse, land
ing and wino end at i3eachn if 13
at Gamboa, where the bOys will
spend the night.- 0
The last4thret VII bet Taco
ed on' SundaY.. The iliest orthese
Will begin at the Gamboa landing
at' 8 a.m. gnd will run to the
Dredging Dvision landing at Pe,
dro Miguel. 4 ,,,,,
Fourth lap in the race 4i11)3i3
through Pedro Miguel locks 01,1
Miraflores Lake through Mine- i
flores locks. The fifth and final
lap will be timed -as the Miraflo Miraflores
res Miraflores lock opens to the, Navy yier
in Balboa.
Sponsorei by the Cittal ,Zone
Council of the Bov Scouts Ofii
merica, the raceothis year ieNbe ieNbeing
ing ieNbeing conducted 'by the eouncil's
camping committee under ,, the
leadershin of Col. Robert M.'
McDonald. :
Strict rules' for watek safety
awl consrol have ben establish.
ed for the race with the coon,-
reiion of the Pahama Canal to.
Each tayuce crew member ,must
be a qualified first class seoutO
swimmer and each boy:, must
carry a lifelacket and must wea4"
it while In, the locks complexes.
,For control, the ()MAI COrtinft.
ny; the connas Sea Scout shits
and the US. Air leVree are' pro.
viding power launChes. which,
'accompany the boats, earryinq
adults auperviami4 all ;the
cos will be a minimum of 15 leer
in length slitlovill Inspectpd,
prior to the race for seaworthi seaworthiness4
ness4 seaworthiness4 They will all be 'parked

441ijsk 6,166i.110E kt'L AM11146. ON 'Milt AVUttl,41

, (First Game) ,
Detroit 010 000 011-3' 9 0, t
Baltimore 300 000 01x-4 9
Foytack (2.2), Aguirre, Vaienti.;
nett-4. ano Hogan, Lau, Inompson.,'
Pappas (1.0), Lehman, Zuverink,2.'
Presko and Ginsberg. ''',
2 (Second Game) 't
Detroit 000 000 000-0 5 V'
Baltimore 120 000 10x-4 10 2
Hoeft (2.1), SpencerindWilson,
Hepan. ' 4
1 tlarthrnan ail,Ty)4ridos.
,
, .(First Game)
1Kansas ill 000 U00-3 7 r
lWashington 000 034 00x-4. 8
Kellner,' Dickson (LI), Trucci,-,
Craddotk, and Houss.
,,,Riamts(41740 (2-0),an4 ,Court
11315 1 1 51, : '
- '(Second game), !,
kansas C. 000 200 030,-2 6 0'
Washington -001 010 000-2, 6, 0
Urban, Gorman, Vrit k s'and
Smith. ,-, 4
Kommerer'and Courtney.'
Called at the end of nine.,
rain),-, 7:
(First Goma)
Chnteltd141 000 000 011.:-.2 0 0
Boston , , 000 100 000-1 .6 0
Kelly, Garcia L1.0), Rizik, For.
rarese and Nixon. ,,
:1 Brewer .,(14): and
, 1.1 14 n
, 3 fla -,,(Second, Game) ,
Vey. t 010 IMO 0013j 8
Boston 000 100 000 001.4 12 1:r"::
and Brown.
Baumann (1.1) and !taboret.,
Chicago it, New, Xork (doublei
postponed, rain).'

t WOMEN'S-OPEN4ET,a,
llImMINEAPOLIS, (UP)Lthe first'
annual '' American Championship'
Women't 4 Open golf tournament,' It
will be -held at the',' Brookvievr
Countr Club here, July 10-131The
purse for the 72-hole tourney will ,,
amount to $7,500 '

with Identifying letter and num.',"
bers.
- As another safety 'and control
measure all participants have heed
cautioned that written race rules'
or verbal orders from the super,
visory personnel during the race
must' be immediately 'adhered to;
Violators, wilt be tdisqUalified on 6
the spot,' (1 d ,

There, will be three msin a.:
wards for' the lwinners of the
race. The awards will be presentl
ed by the ,coutiell at :it' fortnatIol
at the Balbotil'aeht 'Club follow.t:
ing the raee to which allpartici-43
panti are invited.
In addition to the 'first, seconctV
and third brizes, all bbys comolet.
int-11w entire-lace will receive",
a 1958 ocean-toeoceam cayuc0
rice seogt -peteh 'for, th,eir,
for1110,1i
Follov,ing the presentation, the
boys Win be the guests of the A American
merican American Legion for a dinner, sow).-
sored by'M Gauvin at the Legile

,
. JUNE .GAMCSOLD OUT1' ,;
IS& FRAiklbISCO -(1,11)), The.: 'a'
lime 3 nightlante here ,between!
the San Francisco Giants and the
Milwaukee Braves ',is a sellout. :
Only 2,600 pavilion seats and ;,500
'bleacher seats'will ,go on-tale the
night of the game'.
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Cleveland at Boston,
Kansas City at Washington (N),4
,,Detroit at Baltimore (N),,
Only games :scheduled
,

BALBOA ,'' 8:15 & 8:10
!..,..ITATTLE EMPIRE"

DIABLO HTS.' 7:00
"ABANDON, SHrP"

MARGARITA 6:15 & I:511
'ZOMBIES OF MORA TAU" At

CRISTOBAL '1' 7:00
"A FAREWELL TO 'ARMS"

,PARAISO 6:15 & 8:15
THE WAY TO THE GOLD"

SANTA CRUZ 'di & 7:55
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IT D 6'15 & it:10
.4';Sweet Smell Of Stteeess.s'.
Olimpic swimintrig poo; court OMPhrOy and Delvalle took the match ih straight sets-, 7-5, in leneth.:11,14;(will ,lbeilnspectd i -; , I 1
at the end of tha! ma.tc.,h. -.-;.:
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Perdulario hact taken. t Perdulario paid $11-20. o
howeveri etoPPed the Pirates ,frsit! defended la't .gainst 'Sm'ith,' Orle n ''. ,--1''''',....."? '''''''''';'.....-,..-.7.. :".-..-. -'s,7-.7,',..?.:.,,,' 'foff,..-.. Menel ...broke first but -in si to ge pe ,
'trace'', through the cautioned ,that written tare:rules ,,
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Quinifilaf $25- ;',.,-,' s .,' '. ocean eayuacno
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, ryl, Spencer's double and, ,,19...a. far ,th's year, he has knocked out
i 'Williams and Orlando Ech-
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d 'and King's,. Park was and $4.60 to place,t.',rliine sone- brioleur $3.20 ., - ::: ,of America po
solid's tingle ,broke up,Ahe :10 i
must' be immediately 'adhered' toi t
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f'landdonubleePfor 'the f,'710rupaiit., lie 0 heen,,, beaten .only. .. .., ... -, ..,, .' ' d that way around. :the 7 track returned a picy .,
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By.'" as the ,:race-- 'progressed 2, and ,. .... ., :.;.- ...:; ..TENTH, RAC9E .,,-,,,, -...!,
1-Sculptor $8-20, 94.0 :, -,.........-:
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AlbroOkRowling'Center. They are-Ileft to righti Rirm from Anapolis, Md. A. Davila-from Los
Angeles, Calif. C. Diaz from Charlotte, ,Tex. E.,Montoya from Sant& Fe, N.M. and E.,Arriola from
Dewney, Calif. Cal. Rinn,and Maj. Montaya are the ,school comn)ander apd, commandant.,,The
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lAtf10;- WINS BOTH' PITCHING ihave. been' exactly', that of At.
i DEPARTMENTS thus at .417 but a weak groundo
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! cred! 7 7 By HIRBERT MOISE liable .396. : ,' 4
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, preparatory' to their' Isthmian won-and-loss percentage and sports
championship series against Boite the lowest earned run average
WI, Saturday, the,.-Cale Coolpot11.434 4itl alti8wlr,18 runs, 11 ot
firemen havt".tegrediqo'Ilay an which were. Z'arnedlAt.4 innings,
lalb-star ielection of players frinia-1,0
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stiot ;other teams hi. the Rainbow
Lynch of Boite W on Saturday
itV Open Classification Softball when the "Cross the IsthinuS" se seeague.
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11--star Selection-of players fro-lh
400 -other teams in the Rainbow
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st season, big, taciturn, hanu hanu,
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t e "Ilost ;Valuable Player of
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eli,gioie piayers whose periorinani.-
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ppIt- season, big, taciturn, hallo-
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' entioned ,,,in the voting Avere square ofAgainsiv,Paul Walker,
semi Ortiz, 'Chester -De...Sotiza lin& his,,,Ifiakips.,a1 4:30,p.m. to toa
a toa u 'Lester Drayton. The -latter mdrrow. The 'second' 'warm .. up
b ing the only non-Cooispot play- nystch will be played on Thurs..
e teat close in the voting. Ortik.' day. '-' , .
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cl seness-Wat due to his brillianti. ,- -,..,-; '.
finAsh-, and overall season'', play. Henn, Themes mila Prank I-lid.
Hee was -leader in'iltB1 and -was a ley vvill be. Robby's reaches for
wititiied -, t'ne' 'home;- runt E 1 i e. the stars.' Walker will star. Mool Mool11$
11$ Mool11$ and-lour other playes finished chan Against the stars, while Rob Robticid
ticid Robticid but he sported Atee,,,,,bighest inson ITIR?h send the, second best
h4tting average ,r,, 1486, :N6-9. nitcher in the leseue against the
which' made him, ,second high. On Poolsont ChtlynnEl. CriYtOn of Pow Powthte
thte Powthte season. , ,,, ,'' , ells will be Robby's choice.' ',
,ISCaniey Xrthur, peppry Pol,ver. ,,
shs-wtsttop, who left for Mexico, ,. - ,,- f f'backed
'backed f'backed into the ,batting title- will .,.' ,,, SMITH OPTIONED
a handsome .417 avgage. When .,a, ,

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trage-on 13 hits in 36 at bats
ver a span' or'13 games. T h e
league had required a minintuni
of 36 at bats and 12, garnes play play,The
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highlight-during the closing,stagei
games of the season Ortiz, in his,
las(game,went 3-4 failing in hisi
last trip' up. Had Ortiz gotten
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MOITOW. toMOITOW. The secofid "'warm
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Robby Gene Smithhis 'been on.
timed t mails of the American
Association hy the St. (pis C,r C,rdinals'
dinals' C,rdinals' and bis place on the rnster
hes been t,ken by rurtis Flood,
who came to the club in a trade
with, the Cincinnati Bedifes. mood
was with the, Cards during spring
training but was fent jet Orville
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COLUMBUS, Ohio,: (I.,1F1)-Coach,
Woody -Hayes said lesteiday: his
Ohio, State football team wa bet better
ter better offensively than, offensively at
Ithe end, of spring drills in prop.
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ping for defense .0f-its natiOnal
chstnolonship.. ' '
"Our defense is a little' ahead
of our, offense, which is good be.
cause ,we, canialways bring pte
offense, alone,"titA two k e
coach, said'after watching the Var.,
sitv rally in the Jost period Sat Saturday
urday Saturday 'to beat the underclassmen
12.1n in the annual..intra' A-, squaki
game.' '
Iltives indicate'd he, was gehera1:1
ly pleaged with the team's' proLl
Deets which Impressed Len Casa.
nova, coach of uthe,,., Oregoni sous d
the Buckeyes' beat 'Id th6, koe
Bowl. k, -11)1.
, "We have 'the.' malrings of a
rood football team," DaYes said.
1"AI! 'we hsve to do la make it."
1 To which C'a S tt nova added,
"what, I'd really like to know is
where,, WeodY gets teml so blg"
'The secOnd.teamo. Whites. spark--
, by fullbaCk Bob' pso psoLaticed
Laticed psoLaticed a 10.01ead'''earlv on a
tottehdowe .march and a field goal
boot by Dave Kileore' who also
ladtled the extre point.
1- The Scarlet ,fesm with seyen
'voluble' 1959 .sterters,' sprang in
to setton Armpit- the, air late in
the final period for two scores 1
One 'etirrIA?m,i A 91 vartl
end 'the other,iiiiss Sttu.'OP 'by al
blorked mut- ',
The Scorlet souall also lied to
Yet help from the Whites, teking
reierve. Sonhom6fe 'B I Wentz,
who ceneht' a eiess from ouarter.
heck ; Frank Kremblas for the
day's first eomente'ifet, IrreMblYs
nsssed swtee' to Don Clark to'
sosrk the two wunifng touch.
dwni. "t '
The wattle, s. hiesblieht of' the
two -' d1V- coaches' clinic, ended
sortne trelning for the' veterans.
The freshmen' end sOphomords
work snther week.,
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't hes out of the Los Angeles'
Coliseum background ,about
outelders complained.
The,. batters squawked even"
more vigorously about the
bad baekground in center field,

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CLEVELAND; hie (UP)--Detending
champion l'ancha Gon Gonzales
zales Gonzales started sio,ly but tattled
to uefeat Lew Hoau of
3-8, 4-6,' f4.12964. and 6.4 for his
sixth straight victory' in,,the $15,.
tiod world professional tennis
championships here yesterflay.
The ,strong armed Gonzafes
appeared ot. form early in the
match. Hoad'rolled 'to a ,two set
lead when be broke the 'cham 'champion's
pion's 'champion's service once in each set.
However, the turning. point of
the match came. when Goinzales
outtasted.11oact in' her' marathon
third set. The pair battled on even
terms until Gonzales, bolding a
13.12 lead, broke Hoad'a :service'
in the 26th match. It 'vas, the
first time in the match that Con,.
zales had broken Hoad's service
i
, After an intermission, Cronzales
evened the match in the third set
as 'be broke,Hoad's service in the
second and sixth,games, t
In the deciding et;',-Gonzales
broke lioad's service in the third
game to grab a 2. 1. lea& The
champion then, beld his, service
and ran out the match,:---,
' Gonzales, who .holds a :37 32
edge over Road in their current
cross-country ,tour, appeared .to
gain' strenghth after winning the
' third set. Hoad seemed to fade
following the loss.'
rol'owing the match it was an announced
nounced announced that Hoad had sulfered
ta hip injury which prevented him
'from playing in the final doubles
matches. The injury did not ap appear
pear appear go have hamperedhis play
is the singles.
o As a ,result ot. Hoad'a Iniury,
Gonzales and "Little Pancho' Se Segcra
gcra Segcra won the doubles matches
against Hoad and Tony Trabert
by default. '
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a.A00000M.,fa.a.loONM6.,
TOP JOCK George Langs.
ton holds a 26-pound, 2-ounce
brown', trout, he caught at
Celina. Tenn. It it the largest
ever taken in North America.
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Glardzi lo, Cdoun
Raled Eveo E:ney
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SAN FRANCISCO ATP) The
ten-round battle between middle middleweights
weights middleweights Joey, Giardello and Rory
Calhoun here tonight was --rated
an even money bet today, b t
most exper,s' did not think it
would go 19 rounds.
Since both contenders for Ray
Robinsen's crown can puneb, it
was expected that the bout would
end early with one or the other
sitting on the canvas.
Giradello WaS ranked the num number
ber number four contender and Culhoun
was given the number five .spot.
Matehmaker I3ennie Ford pre-1
dieted a crowd of between S,000
and 10,000 would Wm out at the
Cow Paiace to see the rematch
between the two fighters. Giardel.
lo defeated Calhoun a year ago
at Cleveland,
Calhoun, who was knoc(4d out 1
in January in a fight here with
Spider Webb, t has scored .three
straight wins since that time.
Auburn'Should -Be
Suspended from SEC
SaysJackson Echtor
JACIKON, Miss. ft1P)--A tack.
son newspaper editor said Sunday
Auburn should be suspended from
the Southeastern Conference:
Oliver Emmerich of the, Stitt,
Times said Auburn "today stands
in the position of upholding fraud
and trickery."
Emmerich pointed 'out that ',the
Alabama school has receVy re.
ceived its second straight Iproba.
tionk for, practices in recruiting
altletv, ,
He said sucit.it penaltyjs
'o sen'e"cim s Irmlit to 10 days
1 jail for s ealintz Sto0,000 ,syyt
then letting him keen his stolen I
goods."

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Teams W L
Choppers 40 28
The Heavenly paze 39 29
Las Piratoo It 38 20
Sets Amigas 37 '31
Moonshiners4 35 :3
Skyrockets 7-24' 31
Shit Lushes , , 31 37
Hi Handles '30 38
Question Marks , 29 39
Ochos , 17 41
Choppers 3 Moonshiners 1
The Choppers preserved their
precious lead of one point by
chopoing down enough pins to
win three points at the expense of
the Moonshiners, The Choppers
were having an easy time tuntil
the, Moonshiners got pouring ,out
strikes- and spares In the finale.
and with the help of.50 pins hen hendicap
dicap hendicap overcame the Choppers by
40 nins.
One Chopper. S a 1 Laouidara.
found he number 5 and lanes
1obbe- to his liking, because
hp posted a biv 566 scratch snd
620, handicap., This- !wined. t lie
Chonners a great deal but he bad
substantial hell) from two families
the Sterling sod Calderos: Mb
504, Beulah 502. Oinny 541, -and
Don 509. resnectively. For ,t tht
Fri Danis' numnlin eathered art
fettle 500' and 590 bonus sorios,
Otheei who .hitd CrCCr wet e
Bill Fleishman tr Alice"' By.:
ers -by 17 Corkey Boyle by 2.
-,,Heaienly Dazes 3 ',fiches 1.
The Heavenly flexes wens. en.
living celestial bliss until ,-th
'les' dame when the rhos knock.
0d them out el the winning or.
bit. so they 'settled for throe tel.
lies and, remained onc Onint 0.
way from' firs'1,olace.,. A trio ef
the Hiavinly Daxes that w el
blessed with 5r-' snores inoluded het
Banks. when led bost mom 513
to 513. r tinr1 ainnV P"SlAr whn
outranked her "Arlico" 519.
of Pin "rhlyq" hirl five,
century tabs. Ironbio Hoff ileavp4
51t1 ROW svh.,,ued,
014 r11 apd- Art nodson did 913.,
estBIets t.t.lt,h,
'The Onestion lifitrics fottified
with a' woartvi of 91 rins a game
teok on the high stepping Lax Pt.
ratA R. who were on a rempue
Vubdering and looting: the pins
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1, 156.00 1000 156.04 2006 15640 tem 156.01 4004 IWO 11001, 158.to toot 156.14 7006 Ist.se soot vice. toot 156.10
4 156.00 1104 151.01 2106 156.00 )31011 15810 4106 156.00 5101 154.011 1106 15611 7111 150.01 6101 15110 11101 156.110
0206 156.01 1204 154.01 2204 156.00 3204 154.01 4200 15010 5206 156.11 1206 k 151.00 7201 15611 8200 156.04 9204 156.00
0301 154.00 1306 156.10 2306 156.00 3304 154.00 4301 1561 5306 154.01 1804 15014 7304 I5411 11306 ', 156.00 9300 156.00
0406 156.00 1404 '15610 2406 156116 3400. 150.00 4406, 154.00 5404 ", 156.00 0406 151.00 7406 15010 $404 154.00 0408 156.00
0500 1,00.00 1501 i 6,100.01 2506 l',11,100.1111 3504 52,000.00 4506 2,600.00 5504 2,60010 6506 2,1100.110 7501 3,000.0o 1501 0,600.00 9504 2,000.00
', 136.00 1408 156.011 2604 15610 3106 156.00 4606 15610 5608 156.00 6606 "," 156.80 '71101 130.00 1606 t"' 151 00 11600 15611
07N 151160 I7M 154.00 271111 156.00 3706 1511.04 4708 156.00 5714',,, 15610 11704 150.64 7706 156.44 11700 156.00 9700 156.00
OR04 156.00 IRO4 151.01 2106 15810 3808 ," 15611 4ROS 15810 Rol 1611 ORM 150.00 7001.: 190.04 PRIM 156.00 OROS 154.01
419011, 15610 1004 ': 156 Ilk 2904 156.00 3901 ,, 456.00 4906 156,00 5901 15610 0901 15614 7001 156.00 1000 154.00 0901 156.11

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01111 t 128.01 0262 126.01
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0803 136.00 isoa 156.6o 2803 114,00 3843 6 0 4803 168.01 5803 158.164 ,I803 151.66 0008 158.00 0803 130.00
8704 104.1 0764 164.80 8768 104.00 6660 iO4 Mk 0602 114.06 0108 164.61 886 4. 166.80 8060 111 11 111f 164 Oa
anal. I MA MI ale, la& 66 117641 IM M 0101 A- .164-01 04404 164-10 .4161 -1114114 11111 1111.11 11611 '1114 11112 161 AO

Prize-winning Numbers tit yeselvjay's pittery Drawing.were sold siiTbe,m,:2nd and trd te Panama
The Nine Hundred While ticket,s 41 and not ine laded tho above list win Plity "Two De.liare (52.00) eack
, ; The whole ticket has 52 pieces divided in two series "A az "B ot 26 pieces each , ,
. ' f Signed bv: Governor of the rrovinee 'et ?snaring.' 39SE A. CAYAR ESCALA
- Te Representative of', tile Treasury ',JAIME IDE LA:',GUARDIA' JR.', ,

Prize-winning Numbers Of yesteij'ay's i.,tittery Drawing. were sold siiThe,Imt,'!nd end trd in Panama
, The Nine Hundred 'while tickets ending' 'In end not Inc lacier' In tho above list win Fifty 'Two Dullars (52.00) each
- )TIie Whole ticket has 52 piec'es divided in two stiles 1411 "B" ot 26 'pieces each
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WITNESSES:' Joree A. Warnera-Cett.'47-116001 '" '; J ,I' .,
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klAft; rh tinny, ticket'. ,with the ')not cipher And With the, two lent
glen, Hither. enrly only to the Iltitett Pelt., '"
rhe ("ire, Priv and the 2nd and !Irsi Pri7f1 sire dratOW wparately The
o rottimatinne are enteninted on the Flynt Secnnd, end)rhird rrizen In, ease
a ticket ehmild entre ti4 number,' of, each prize. the holder le entitled ten :
e lnlm itlenient for each' :
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6161m 66166661 tnr each' , ,1 ,' '' i'. I Divided JP lice, 4orlea Of 214 hactione each denomtnatod "A' and "S'' ,,
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, ' t .. . I Irtat Prize: Stelae, A and B of 120.10.10 each aerie 152.010 Oa '
I I olio Itt 'At T I 2 Becond Price Series A and 8, of' 7,660011 each 116r 66 25.6OO m f
- DItitihtti' lir; 111E 3-STRIKES ..' 1 Third Price. Serie A and B. et, "., 3,060M each tacit, 2 imam 4 I
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a : .. I.1 Aoormcjmatinne, Serie, A end B. 61 1011110 each gorIPS 3gn nn ',,'
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1-, lire& Serie B and B. 61 1 : 16 00 each iterieet 41.Slwi Ati '4,
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first Prize..
Second Prize.
Third Prize;

Etrst In) ' I Pifies, Seri, A and B. of SOO ilea Reria

1074 Prizes
Second PrIzes . 69 3.00 60.00 1 T
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the poor "?" m,alked the plank
and were dunked for all four
points. The lady buccaneers were
more merciful on their victims.
because only one Pirate:Princess
pierced 500 and that was Miriam
Allen. But the males just 'went all
out and all three rolled ycratch
500 series, Eddie Sack sacked
517, Kacj Carter carte& away 520
and Ed Allen added 528. Hal Wise
and ,Louise Mathias of the ties.
tion Marks, tried to repel Las Pi Pirates
rates Pirates with their 522 and 562 han handicap
dicap handicap scores., ,, r ;
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524.46 1 3563 5211.111 I 3905
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hard way that you can't trult
'all friends especially the Seis,A

migos. Both teams started on e even
ven even basis, but the -Friends pro proceeded
ceeded proceeded to give ,lie to their' names
because they spanked th Lushs
for all. of the ,four points, Of
C6urse the :Six Lashes bid not
heir) theh- OWI3 cause' because
non of them hit the,5C Quota, but
for the Amigos, the 'maple pini
adted friendly because 523 of
them toppled for Dick Leila e.
538 bowed to Dot -,..13adger,; 520
flew, off the lanes for Helen Mar Martello
tello Martello and 558-, keeled ; over for
Kieth
Skyre9tets- 4 141, Handles
, The Skyrocketi were successful.
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131.01 1272. 130.11 1271 131.11
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row orivto wilt bc moil to Ortovionot

toi, .ttl Infona Itonettr,ont Imitort 001100 m evnitvt Akvonne
PLAN OF., ntrbIN Ttl', DP 1117rqr; Va. .044 111"Tll WILL'
TAKE PLACE SUNDAY, MAY 11; 1953
'Divided .1r, n, oterseo,,ot hogttems taca denomtnatitd "A' and "2

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04161 Prizat" Berton, A and B of $'2000000 Paeh aerie $52 00000
2 Bacond Prive Series A and 8, of 7,0610 00 each aortae 15 600 00
1 'Third Priee. Berlea A and R. a ,, 3000 00 each teriall artana
1.11 Apornx1matinna Serie, A and IL of 100 no each gortPs 3gn nn
Pri?tvi Strtegt AL an R of , 1.3110 on each flee 23.4m1 fat
00 Pr171,6, Barley A and R. of '" , 71 M earh gerioa Ikaan at.
1 POO Pritee, Serie A and B. 61 1000 each aerial t, 4.1400 ("I
' , SECOND 111118B
18 A0nriximationft. Berle' A and R. of I 13 on'oach aortae S 1,340 00
Setif!' A and & tan oo each aerial 2.340 Oa

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111 Approximations, Series A and ki. al I
Prizes, Serif A and S. of

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Price of,o fifty-second port
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ly launched and they shot into
outer space for four points a. l
gainst 'the Hi Handles. Leadi4
the assault against the Handies
was Shep,, Shepherd with 554 and
Jack Crummit helped with 548,
and Chuck Jones pointed in., with-r
503. And' the league secretary, A,
had the pleasant task of adding b'
her 525 into the ledger, under
"Lee Basham." For the HI.Han HI.Handiis,
diis, HI.Handiis, two damsels, provided 1;.4)1:11r,
notch howhne skill when
Hume gathered 500 and Doris
Wines 578. With the ladies was
Harry Barnes and his 364.
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Wines .3LWines 578. With the ladies was
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3513 521.02 3512 520.50
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comfortable, 3 bedroom resi residence,
dence, residence, vicinity American Em.
bossy. $2511,00 'monthly rent
with 1 year loase..Wolff and
Company. Tel, 3-6969.,

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BARDONe 21 911" Street MORIDIONdth et July Stec, A St LEWIS SARVICa
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; WE PAT' SPOT CAH FOlt
GOOD LATE MODEL CARS...,
Phone all day. Panama 1-4966.'
;2-2616. Autos Eisenman, noir
to Cosa Cola Plant.

FOR SALE -- Opportunity-4.
Says money. Like new cats.
Autos Eisenman often: : ,.1
' 1955 ford Victoria coupe, fa
die, excellent mechanical condi-,
ion,
1957 Hillman 4 doors, two ones,
, leather upholstery, high tom. :',".
pression motor 36 miles per,
, gallon, magnificent condition.,
' 1955 Pentiac-Coupe, radio, ;
" new upholstery, two tone paint,
excellent tmechanical condition'.
'.,1957 Pontiac Super Chief Hart
top, two tones, whits tires,
nificent mechanical condition.: ,1'
1956 Studebaker Hard top coupe,
two tones, 'white tires.
, 1955 Cheyrnlet 4 doors, sedan,'
, excellent mechanical condition.
' Autos Eisonman. Tots. 2-4966,,
2-2616 beside theo Coca : Cola ;
.,7011aist. -, t

FOR SALE 56 Ford 6-pass.,1
country sedan, V-11,- Ford-cma.
tic, radio, plus .otiter extras,:
clean. in excellent condition.
1 $1700. Call Balboa 14161 or
: see it at 720-11. Balboa.,11tor 3
.

ullivan

Sullivan, who, stutinid hialabs by
finishing ,I2th, in the Kentucky
, Derby Saturdiy, will be Shipped
, to Pimlico MObday or' a( chance
td redeem himself in. the'w Preak
- pest ,Stakes. ,,' 1
So 'will,' Calumet; Tarni'vs 'rim
Tani' who gave ,Mrs. Gene. Mark Markey's
ey's Markey's stab:e its seventh yitory, 'in
America's premierliorse race, by
winning, ,the first of the trirle
crown classics. But girn Tam
Leads north to tighten his grip on,
the goldetv. dladem, elusive'
prize which has' escaped all but
eight horses. It last was won -in
, 1948 when Citation swept the
Kentucky Derby, the Preakness
and the Belmont Stakes, 4
;Almost all the KentuckyDerby
Starters are expected at Pimlico.
' Although it cost PAM to
' MOM, them' by supple supplementarY
mentarY supplementarY norn;Wations n co In
Road and Noureddin, second and
third behing
, the trip. And when the Preakness 1
;,' tolls around on May; 17,,,Jewers
Reward,- Martins Rullahj Chance
' tit Tony, 'A Dragon Killer,, Gone
Tishin',: and Ebony Pearl alsO,are
fxpected to be' on hail& ;--e
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FOR RENT AL.,' Throe liadroone o.
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, aoartmomt with all modern coma ,,
' moditim soar El Fanionsa Hotel;
," For details call, Panama ';,4717
or 3-7169 ,, ',,. -.-- '' t

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' FOR RElft Beautifullr fur furnished
nished furnished et orpfurnished taw and ,r
three bedrooms 'lists,' and tipons,
furnished, ,411thi ltratatrot t$4:
: Bella Vista; v

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' FOR RENT' Furnlits'eed
ment, two bednioms, living
ingroom; mald's room, indepen-,
4 dent, Via Porras,t4 1
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FOR' RENT, El Cangrojcs,
two bed room apartment, dining
4
living room, lam kitcnelt,',,
mnid's room, 4,excellent view, i
Call 34.7453.11y-4

FOR RENT -r, Army Rtspected,
furnished one bedroom apart-
meet: All,,tonyiniencet,.4th of
- July ,.kyo,, Phontt 2-1081; 1-'
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RENT ,,-,' Apert6sent 3
bedrooms, 3 batkrooms,
soom,141tot it'atet El Canyclo, 1.
Street (55). No..,23. Telephones
, q-04117, 34513:Price 5150,,
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l LOUISVILLE iKy (UP) .,-Sillty chance. We'll ship td Pimlico' to.
Sullivan, who4 stuttned his:tabs by morrowkil, the trainer!' said. ,Gone
finishing ,I2th, in the Kentucky Fishin' will be in the same car.,
Derby Saturdiy, will be Shipped ',Trainer :Vic Sovinski said 'Lln.1
to Pimlico ,Mliday or' a( chance coin, Itoott:', tes; go e t ,race
td redeem himself the,,,Preak., in the Avrt-e
pest Stakes. ,,' thought' hts Cult,,,had. the, woreti of
So Calumet Tarm'vs 'rim it ,on the inside where the going
Tani who gave ,Mrs. Gene. Mark- was tougher., Tim ,Tam,, be, rtii,
ty's stab:e its seventh victory in hitd it a little better oi tkle ,out ,outA
A ,outA rnarielOtt oremierliorse race.by side.

crown classics. But girn ,tTam ..., , an iv ,aco , 3, .,: ;.
Leads north to tighten his grip on, -,t, ,, ,, , ,-, ,
tho golden .' dVadern, Cthe elusive 9 Ahopght; ,Noure4difr.,paii,,, a
prize which has' escaped all but big- rate:0'My. little berse.,tioesn't
eight horses. It last was won -in like to run, on- an, off track. He
1948 when Citation ', swept the lust can't run over it. He, is not
i Kentucky Derby, the Preakness in the Preakness but- it's ,worth
' and the Belmont Stakes, ,-,! taking a shot at 8100,000 when, .1
;Almost all the' Kentucky'Derby consists only ,', $1,500,", said .r., H.
. Starters are expected at Pimlico. (Slim) Pierce. 4, I ,'. ,', r ;
Although it will cost $7,500 to ', "We'll try 'them,. a ,,couple of
' make them eligible by supple- more times. Then If we can't
mentari nOni.u- iations Li n co In win...we21,-AlettheettggjiltPivay
Road and Noureddin, second and and We'll', go, another4"'h, i., laded.
' third behing Tirri...Tam,' willInake "I certainly recommended ?to 'the
the trip. And when the Preakness doctor 'Owner Dr. Peter G r a l
i tolls around on May; 17,4ewers fagnino) to put him in the Preak.
Reward,- Martins Rullah,l, Chance ness." ,-, ,,:,. ,,,, , , ,,,,,,,,
tit Tony, ''A Dragon Killer,, Gone Noureddin has ,:lieen second in
,yishin',: and Ebony Pearl alsO,are three stakes'thi's year as well as 1
fxpected to be' on hand. '-, ,'. -1 ,.. third, in' the Derby. ) , f I
1, .' ' '''', ''; ',"''d '' ti ' '' Jawetak,,Itcyard. came out . of 1
- ,-, 0 Track Condition, Poor ,.., ; the race all night and w I IL- bel
. -,...-- -,,, ',.- 4. '. -. ', "; 7 I KhiOped tO Belmont ,Park....jewel's I
For as far 'as the',owners and Reward was '' Slipping throughout
' tr a in ets were concerned the the race,' much to, the surprise .of
Churchill Downs running strip trainer Jimmy Jones who saddled
- was in such poor, emidition Satur- his second Derby winner in Tim
. day, that the Derby was 'not' a Tam: ,:,, ': ,''' t ,, iC ' 't" -9-1
true horserece. Even the, winner Jewel's Reward surprised' mi.
didlnot like the track.' ',-, , I thought he would, like the traCk.
, ;,. "My horse ran bad,", said tor- His granddaddy '. ,(Jet Pilot,' 1947
sell as he.held 1Silky,,Sullivan by Derby winner) WOO a superior
' ya ad shank at the colt grazed mudder," Jones said. ' :
.. on the batkstretch at Churchill "Tim Tam didn't like the' track
, Do ns. "He even, let Martins either.", he said "btrt be 'finally
' Rul ah heat him and this, colt took off, and got going.',' -'., ,
''-, belt Martins lullah by10 lengths Jones siald' he was', It If li1 y
- in alifornial' I know he can. heat Veased with, the wayAotker Is Is,
, Is, hi .' ', ' -,', x. -, ,- ;1 1 -'''' '' i mael Valenzuele,tode --Tim ,Tem
'. ''t "What happened to him? Isclon't. and the ,,Texas .'horn rider:would
know. There is no,ese to beef be,' back op ;fro'', the Freaktess.
, ': about ,theArack but be didn't' like No' -,,planit ,, have ,'i been msde" for
lit. the,muggy !lay didn't ,hurt his beyond ,that be salc1;1411artack
' breathing..., He ,wasnT 4'p ufft tg, usually 'eider, ,for Calinnet Farr 1
, enolugh, to blow out. a ',match., 1 .1 but missed .' the' Xentucky Deerty,
- The colt'. deserves ,.,a n o thee 'because of a .brokeir, ley .1",..... 0'
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1 r IIIVE IN iTHREE '',..;, Md. Ra3rmond Mietwas-,,of Ctilumhil '',1
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: : eights, Minm, shares the ispOtlight with ber eve daughters-
i jall under three years ht age. ;.,Mrs.,Mierwit.,holds onelear-old ''
Altsvlos Teresa,' left, and Margaret, so they may iiew the new
. .,
:. ,,- arrivals, Michele and Marie, born three weeks ago. Katherine, -t-,2
, ,, right, will be three this August; TheMiezwas also balm .tivo '":,;-'
!, vw1.41,' cons,' Anthony, 7, and Timothy, ,?,.-,, ,,-, ,.. : N :
:: ., 7 7--.7"-, J7 --; : 37777-7" 'L'',.'; : :'' , '': ,', ', .-,

"-q, FOSTER'S, Cottages anti ,Largo,
, Beach House. One mite Past the
Ceshie.:PhoneJalboa 1$64.

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PHILLIPS Oceanside, Cottages'
Santa Clara R. da P. Phone Pa Pamama
mama Pamama 30177 Cristobal 31671.
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FOR Rfftr-4 Bea.utifully Fur,.
nished housekeeping doom. deis-,',
Me couch. refrigerator, kitchen
cabinet with attpihed' stove,
4 bath, and entrance independent...,
-No. 3 '52nd Street. Phon..3-
0638.'
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- FOR RENT .-KAtittashed hswillketj
, chalet stytevliying dining room.
2 medium bedrooms,9 service,
; kitchen, porch, etc. 48th StreetL 1
and Uruguay Street,',Bella Vista,
'left hand No..25, Tel. 3-0118.

' Hotel:TOLLAND', EOUSE
mini. onm the heed bt
San Jos Costa Rica
Completely modern 'emmenieniei in
Suttee-1mi -finngaloweren
end Arette.
, Price: SS anti $9
!,.
' Conneptolitan kitchen .1
- Horse riding. ,
, For eservationo ,P.
, Box 4459 7'.
manner: NT end FtPlInt Jasperii

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IMMONtow- -"----- ,ftoltoormome.,
4owlinenkmomaft.. .amm..
1 r '''' YOUR -FEET HURT? ''''''l ''
l italined Chiropodist will relieve
any I toot trouble, terns, callous
ses, ingrown toe nails, toot mas massage,
sage, massage, etc ,
Serykcei kscnoLvs',i
,
, Products '.. tt,
J. Arosemena Ave,' 1341 t
,,,,,, ,t, Ir"' '")i'l t -, ;

Service Perionnel,',.'.
:,Government Employees
Are eligible to finance that NEW
or LISIED -Car or Borrow on yowl
' presort ear through.
' 1 -,,
DICK ,DEtILINOER'4,-,',
"representing ,
GOVERNMENT 'EMPLOYEES
. FINANCE CO.
No. 43 AUTOMOBILS NOW.
Panama City
' Phone 3-4914-,44835

COMMUNISTS' SENTENCED .,
, PADERBORN,' Germany SUP)
Four members 'of the West Ger:
man Communist-Party 'lave re.'
eelved prison sentencev here at
the end of a inineday trial. The
Communist Party was ,-deelared
unconstitutional in West',Germany,

BUTHANE TRUCK EXPLODES
LAFITTE, La., (UP) A butane
trnch exploded as it was being
laded II a' barge here yesterday
setting fire to',,a nearby grocery
and service station., Police sat
tht Otsiver of ,:the 'truck wag in..
tired-, and the,' ,two busibeses
burned ,to the ground.'. w

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LIFE'INSURANCE
, 4 ',, ball '"'2"..' '
. ,-,;:2 JIM R100q.';:;,.? ---
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. -' ;General Agent ,', f,,
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Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.i
for rates and inforrnatio;:
r Tel. Panama. 1-0552

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PANAitA U.1,6N

s, tok t

ttlityite:notAt!!eloSed,:
fri
a' s-1
FBI ,-DirettotN''C Courts
, , rk ,

ito lea whether the defendant and
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nf.hninup
- o..11-1d emploY ,a latnily want it or not (I....,

111iS larnily want it or not. Gang
acnnique., r, 21 1 h.. ..12 in

Miscelioneousv

FOR SALI Oars Trucks
accessories. also supra Parts 4or
Dissai. ,Catorpillsrp CM. Ins-.
tors, refrigerators, Os vaults,
Ws oh& have'"? for sal .ons
"GMC" 312 san'iuck, in good
condition,: Ws sell 'all kinds of; :-
surplus matoriar.',',;'CONTINZN". :
SUPPLYERV: Control Ave.,
, No. 13.179, StI. Tel-r
1038-11 Apt. 1091,

,s FOR' SALE Boy's tailonmade
summer' suit, '$10.00; Coma lete
Boy Scoot unilerns, $4.00;losb
age 11. Wool sport' jacket age',
" 14, $1.00. ,Telephona! BMW's' i
'2914.
'' FOR SALI Caloik'sas sto'ye'
six burner,' V'esent.
boys 20 'inch bieyele'rr 420.00.:
"bone Cureqv. 52111"'or', Pomo:.
, rot '24451, ';,r1
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FOR SALE -- 1957 Phinoeth
,
, Solved's, 41;door Sotclan,. sportj'.,
tonb WSW:-.back-uPA-
lights. Eicellent fee n dititing;
,?.$l9.00. Kodak 620 folding earq.-;4"
A -ore' with filter, -nod lose shide4
Extellent,tendition:$70.00.44,
4-, tart. flosheirn..s5.9oCarl Zior:-.
'Josses lens. and shutter' F 4
- focal length 18 CM. Suitable for,.
, Snood Graphic or View' eanierat-;
65.00; -A Stoel,y kitchen .1 shalt
,' $3.00.4 House 670 Confide

.Ker-trnbhM,:ettinp;fOr
the other b,r' a ti hes of sgoltrti
Merit!' .11e, added,.; hOwesterrt
"Ba.--,the c o ts themselves ;
must,' also"; eventtially come,',1,to ;
grips realitic', re,anfier
facts and join all forces forgeori
in protecting. socity41
, t
, Makes', No .1!,oforents t
,
',Homier made ,,,,iioteferente: te
the; pending Senate bill ,to,,eurb
the jurisdiction ,Ahe,:uprethe
Court and to: millify ome,of !its,
decisions in 1- the: geld ,of joyalty
and, sectirity;'-'',':
aPPrOvvr,last 'ilvecIrrbt ,,, the
Senate- Jdiciarrestnmitteht, t,the
ineatire" Wetild'tdenrile,!:.-, court
1 Power,te' reitievt :State bar:, admix,
sions,. congri;siopitt 00011
&nee to decide ;the relevancy, of
its qUestions, give the !States:the
right to enforcetheir,,enti-subverSiOn
lavksi tome
ceurtiniposed SMAEL''Ael
, prosecutions'. I t,. ''
Meanwhile, .',',.,Sen,';Igster. Nefantr.'
et, -(DTens,) a ,chmrnittte, fee .tof
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FOR SALE Beauty Rest'
mattresses. springs witlt mahogs-.,
Aty beds. $80.00. for Standard
, lengtli VI() fotAing she. Bak:-
, boa 2896:
FOR SAW-- lirsoi itintt le(rit
orator 2f,cyclo aubis footrr
$155.00; InversIones
. S.A.. Ave. losol FMnsisco de la
OSTS No. 38 ( Autntobile Row t

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FOR SALE 4 04 hoilibillied'",
' am' mattrest.':02111-2601.1;
FOR 'SALE Consols
:;.weitinghouse ewhtiC- whine
vitis ,ettacitmntl. ;a1P:Fo!t Ats!L',.
&der
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FOX SALE 1. FL:i Wgrfti 14411,,'
' spaiknfl. 3. cu. 4t.l'entloilaki,,,-,
;-.23 -watt amplifief,:loreamp.', For
, 1:4-32901",
"
F011"SALE, :
!-r' Aivinf Ronni
.429-341E.
7J1)11 -SALE Pito, ,.,tbab
playnne llotan
r1I64:' almo!t Min.:Anson,
900., REBELS, 'KILLED,
(UP 1Fren,ch military
sources said 'Monday Mghtl,tbat
about 900 ', Algalian were
killed '4throughout the' Country, In
fighting last yeak.:French 'casual.
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I 41, ', a 7, ,. ; i I,
rips' ith Facts.;
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: '1 WASHINTON:(11.1).):-.;:-FBI. tHI,. "very,'I Ongerons legIslation.". e
rector'.4', Ed gar Hoovell hag !Called 'said h' at.Onnpting !! to I,Iiinit, Vie
I On, ithe'tputts,'.to,:''',"eome to ;grips high ',Court's, junsoketion,,,,,thei bill
I In ii..ralistic mannee with, facts" would employ I' killLthe.'1,tinipire
and help, protect. the ''!, natioit.) from' technique f I ,', :!;.;,,, Y4,;,:',,!!!'!:,',!!' !!,',,,!
1 Communists -And icriritioals;,',,,,::"A' I-:,116over ,fOld the' ,IlUtit,sub'eem
, He recently', told,-:a .:House !,'Ap,.: inittee,!, tha!t .!"c o ii,r t'.-hecisibus"
Propriiat4Ions .' -ate -ornmittee, :',,that. tivien:;;Aviiri olitI'49,,outIIOt.piq ,,,,,,
i,,.imerand',,thlb!v dsionhave-i be-,, Viction: ce. t k mmithistaciu,,,
comel "critical thallenges".,to.,laW2, ,tj,;'hy juries -of, violating: thi' Swab
enforcement agencies y,because 4 :of Act's, NM :,on is teaching Ohl !.adyn
recent couttl'depisiont His -;testi.,,! catingtht violent bliCrthrh.wol,the
!mony, ,Was!. made--puplioi Stinday.',' t,L,,,, ,,,gtnternment,.;,'1,,!! ,::ii ;',1'.i..:4"v,"
",, He-"emphaSized,thatte had;!,"the 'I,- ..s.,', ',: II 1, '...!!-; I.;.".tI: ''i,,,-,;1411
utmost -'respett'Jr'the, independ.: ?ii'.-'''''...1',',.,'Iteds,,I.Hall ; Dealalon! ,-,4,,,,
ence,' of.i, the-coati!' Ile, said 'the I'I,I,' ,;!'!I, ;;,: "'' V'I,I''''':P'' '7; '',i4:.?
"judiciary is: hap:, a ncl Arm ttiust '..,", He sakf :the I court's r,,si etlint,t,in
'keCinntiv".11140,4retil?'eL-etCnp4iir, 'the(' 1 l(Se : Of' ilota4OrP1,1:,99r(1 hill.

technique7 ;
,,,1-16ovet,,to14 ,the .11uute,subcom,;
rnittee, that o
)""
-
,tt,'b, juries -of,ijoiSting:Ine,$niith
,AeVubak,onisteaching AN ',advO4
ir4rthroya. ofthe
,,,,,: .,,i,;
l i, 1,tt
ItsdL, 'Hail Doittion4:T

-404' :the court's r,,Setieruln
'th' gat IA taliprnia,-Com
,
mist' 'leaders- last yeat' wat;,,Osilect
by ono party functionary'slaW'the
greatest victory the ,Cottinittniat
Tarty in A no e.,E c 'a hat t
achieved4!,
Hoover 41aid, the' 01,':,riowlitis
Under, inyestigatiOn 150
known ; or, suspected'i-,Contitiontst
front of'gonlzat;ons 111114.
trated ile Saki- the'.,Cont
munist Conspiracy,,,Yreaehesf. into
,almost every,,walk of life.7;4,,,:!,-
.41Tot gauge its ,effect,n,
,PeO mn1Y-,to ,note!,the
apread -clamoe;- which '13,41iiiied
Whenever.; '3our
,tempts to deal ':firnilr'in k'selfAle,
fenae:,' agginat,
To",,denounced,),,rettaie
lied or ganizatient: ivhich 4,"obvious,..
,ly dedicate thpiri efforti'to,,thwart
'thtNery, toncepti,Iirthit natipn'a
'security. prOgratV .1
Kefauver reiterided ,oPppat
lion; le the tourt,,e0ing, ti11-11Tv
television program Jot Tennessee
stations:MO servicl'eotiee thtst- he
orOthe

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,MAILIlak--71..'-words.,.liervizio",'celere4.-on,theT
ttached lo this' bus in.'Naples, Italy,:rnean 'what. tileY' .'4......
.0,,ovott,,,4'fas't'servit'llie letter' that', prettyvArnericant Visitor .,
. Tamira- iliheir,'is lhailinewill reach' the-Naples' centrari'ofticezy.,,,
, ,Ipost baste",int les; than an' heur. : Bseein other Italian cities 'I' ..
.' are similarly eqpippect,,their boxes emptied at main post offict.'s ,.'
- 'every hour, 'making the Italian postal system one, of' therpost
efficient iti the world. -'-.1- '. , ',,'' -: :,

FOR SALE 'Three bithronntt
two bathroom masonry gently!,
;completely furnished, 8,000 mt.
Meters landscaped grounds,.fruit
and flower trees at Sant Clain
t leach. Telephone Salim

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1.1:15 Uri 2n
Fcr Life
In LI:exc,a Court

'LINCOLN, Neb. (UP) .. Mass
killer Charles, Starkweather,
mitted slayer bf 11 Persons during
a -murder spree, opens a light
for Atis life today at his -trial
for first degree murder.

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'014a hr ge''eldf orwrti; tehirttgw' aOE,rbeaoguen tsh aroulle4ri si:
degree murder, -both, in 'connec.
tion with thejdie slaying of ito itobert
bert itobert Jense, 111, Bennet, Neb. ''
Jensen was One oU the bandy bandylegged.,
legged., bandylegged., killer's victims during a
kitting r4mPage last Jknuary, tnat,
ranged, oVer two states. During
nis Timmer spree, btarkweainer
WAS accompanied his girl
friendl, Caril Fugate, 14,- who said
she was held hostage? a claint
Starkweather has denied.
4:,:.4.4,:iooKi144,..9PPosaa Pisa
Starkweather, 19, apparently is
opposed I to proposed insanity
plea which his colirtappointed
attorneys laver.. The red-haired
Youth was 'reported against,, at attempts
tempts attempts by attorneys T.
Clement Naughan and William
Maschullat to;change his plea
from inncqufilitintiocent, because
,,, But Star w ather'i attorney in in,
, in, licated ,they,would change the

han said he, "presumes" Stark Starkweather
weather Starkweather will testify, in his own
de,ense at, ttgo dal, during which
total of nt-,detense witnessed
are exPectrd) to be,' for
testimon. s
r.,Etit the ,' first orde'r. of legal
'fitisiness will, beji selection of a
3ury' in 'Lancaster County. District
COurt,'", Observers indicated the
jury selection would be a lengthy
propositionp, mainly ,because feel feeling
ing feeling is running high it; Lancaster
Cottrityr'wherelk of Starkweath Starkweather's
er's Starkweather's victims were', gain" -,
Orimatic Trial Expected

' Speculation mItu nted as to
What 'Fugate's 1,,,testimony
tt at the, triat, which ob.
server '-e'1,14, be One of the
a Nebraska Ili3.
' '-, , , is
, Defense. attorneys have indicat.
ed that the trial way reveal Stark.
weather, actually. was, CariVslos CariVslostage
tage CariVslostage "since, she .is' at least five
Years ,older 'than him meotallY."
$110J-04' also is tcharted with' irst
degree murder in Jensen's' death.
Caril'S' Mother, half -, sister and
stepfather were the first ,victims
6f the January, murders. ,
Sheriff Merle ICarnopp took
extra ..pretautions for; the Arial.'
ArY1, announced plans t to s
'detail of 40 to 25..,men "in and
around" the 'courthouse, "at a 11
times 4fititA ly, as security
theasure."11 t
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SEIVICEMIEWON PILGRIMAGE'.
&slunk' UPI
,..4hree thousand, Americans are
exneeted to take part in a' mass
military' pilgrimage to the-French
shrine Akt Lourdes 'lune 14-16, the
U.S. Army said' today. Maj. Gen.
Patrick-J. Ryan, chief chaplain of
the Armr, the delega,
tron

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WANT81) 2 salesmen. Vie
-- furnish ear Write box 5585'
' Panama for interview.

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ALCOHOLICS ANONThlOOS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 121 I.' CRISTOBAL CI.
Need Money?? IS MINUTES CAR
LOANS. Contact Arias or 'Town,'
, shandi HQ"- Street No.. 11-117'
neat Olympic Stadium, Tel. 2'
2628, Panama..
',lilts auto 1542 restaurant un.q'
sier new, managemont chef San SanIt
It SanIt kantont.' mastar of culinary;
arts. '
El Panamma Hilton has a' large
variety' 'of 'decorative 'plants, for,
dndoors and outdoors on sale.
, 'Inquire )446,114Iyhe, Tel, 660-
1, ,from. 7 am.' to- 4 p.m.'s

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Positicin Wanted

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,' Young man '3Crilesfrea 'position
urgently general office ,Iyork
Itus"eteri experence At
, count clerk (ledger' and'
,
- 11,4)6 stenotypist,,', ,salmmans
ustoms work'e
cifir Panama 'Aille9cart. I

boinistic
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',WANTED Malik warited for ,!6
young couple with baby for gen..,
oral work. Refireten
Morcurick, Jewelry..., ;
Sleep in.

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STENC:AAPHER,' oxperionerd,
roquired for Criatobai
Line. Apply, In writing to ioa
f, 5006.. '.,C,rilf1Diraf, C.1., ste'its
age.,1 Aualificatrons and oxdf oxdfriencl
riencl oxdfriencl -

,EttVICES

STm1nuta ear wash 1. ataant
cleaning of motor SS. wasios
earr:$6. Auto-tz40. Trans-10
7 mian t1.hwas near Says. ( i

,S.V...SET OWNERS.' olvail
- sett -et the besr tor your T.V.
TELIVISICol otters ta;tery
- trained technician plus Ise pick pick'!
'! pick'! ots end delivery chirps', ?hoop
Pananie 3-7607.

TELEVISION SERVIC1 'Ability,'
holltst. end clistonter satisfse-,
'Non; SEIIVICli thtillGE this
mewls only. ,,,,FREE ISTIMATI
before repairs. Ask tot MISTEtt
TV Phone Panama 2-3142:
Protedr, your hems end proper
i.4 a tot e g
Promet scientific 4 trostment go'
-iniergenclt monthly budget
bases. Telephone Pronto Service,
- Panama' 3-7977 -or, Colon 1777.

:WAHTED :We ay C SH fee
;1955 Chovrole409 deer.11 iYlin iYlinsolet,,Autot
solet,,Autot iYlinsolet,,Autot 'fitenmen. ,2-
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1 ',: every hotir, malcing the Italian
7,woil,. COT14 AnthOnr. 7, and Timothy, 5,,,,'..,... ....,,,r, ; '! .., '.. .' j 'bossy. 5250,00 ,' monthly tong I ',-Aw ' ''' "", ''"'"1"!PV4,11AC''' uvAts vuTtleel at,m,am post offices to serve you oetter '.
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, with 1 year lasso Wolff and postal system one, ofthe'tpost
, 'efficient til the world. ; .. ,, ,, .,,,, ,,,,, , ., . ..
- 4 ' '''' ';'".' ' r '' ,, ,''t '1- '''' ''; r, 5 Company,. Tot. 3-6969.- -- ,
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VNERS:' Avail your.,
best- tor your T.V.
DCA otters tapary
',ciao plus Ise pick pickrart
rart pickrart chimes, ?keno
ERVIC1 Ability,'
elistoister satistae-,
NIG --CtIllIGE thls
ISTIMAT11
rs. Ask tot MISTE11
oseamp 2-3142:

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El ranamma Hilton has a large - : T Tme
me Tme J. -- - ble couch refrigerator kitchen '' Boy Scoot uniform' $4.00 -loth P i "'Of In I I tril 1 nurt
S i t 1., -...,.' : :.,--79'5117"-pnorn'u:tiag;3;;;;::: c:f,rel;:f..mia.a.,,;(1....-2 - tw-o-h-ed- ao-ana al01-0taaant,- dini"E 's ' - 1 L ' .-90R SALE ". 'An"' I 4' rar 411 &Ili i 1010 asa Inv Nis i '' -- ,, -,' variety 'of 'decorative hints', for :', -- ,--'''''', ',- -- .''
,, cabinet, with attpihed : stove, i, ,. age II.. woo, snort' Peer. age4.,
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netion ' in 'd's room At7excellent view' i bath, and 'entrance independent. :,, 14, $8.00.:,Telephent,,.,'..Itolhao. t ,...;1,,,,Witakaa.in9house Seerhtg-' chins' 's
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'" ; - ' 195S Chevrillet 4 doors., sedan'', ' ''"" ' f ,- t ,
FOR' RENT --, Army' Inspected,-, ,. ,.
,'- t excellent mechanical condition. -, ,,7, , 0,,,,, .,, ,,, ,,. 1 1
t I 1, ', A t t nman Tots. 2-4966;' furnished ono bedroom ape .4 ,, ., .. no. ,,. .,
uses.-- . six burner 2- 'a "'" 11 SO 00 '' :' '-' FOR- SALI.---).11,. h A . l'' l' ',"' , ., ,,....,;,,,4 ; ,,,. ,. 4ndoors nit outio,ort co sole; TELEVISION SERVIC1 'Ability'''.
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, ,.. FOR. SALE --AI'S?, .ymoilth ,,, ,, ,e2e..3413:. ,,, ,,,,,., -..,,,,.,..4,,-,.., degree Murder,. -both,- 'in".connec.. Jima busin.si, exporiono... At.,,,, ,,'.basis
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and thurua Stteet Bella Vista ,' ,c- '- -4 '', 0, Jensen- was One wf the biindy
,. A- lights. e secellent,",
- '' 1 .''; ;-! 'clean, ,,' in excellent condition. ,,,
kit t El Can role' 1. I ', ll' E a "'ant '''' carries. PhYlbett, Noll E ctek ,,, , .. .
' t. dustoms 'work', Pleasefswritc Wril-y' ' '
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''; (1 1- LotrisvgiE, aY.(11P) '--"Slik. Y chance. We'll ishiP, to ,Pim, lied to- , i Home eioing. , 1 ,, .. ; , .. ,.,, ,, 1, ,. ,. ...7;. f 2;''''.12-; Pyarotetu1trii'n was reported against,, at- 1,S600'E :
' 't Sullivan, who4 stunned his:tabs by
' f if g 12th, in the Kentucky Pistilli' will be .
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' Derby Saturday, will morrow," the trainer', Balm& ,Goanre A, L
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cAPe.cla 4g,' caned lor r t.,:.:;.:::......::....i,:,,-.1:4:.?:. --L11430'N AA-4- '" I
' come' "critical thallenges"...to ty, bY jUries violatinz, the bouto I !gh c
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Vilrerit11101 4. e-1- VV,- a. t.el ha vt;alant ertlarthraijani tho u e notioo- ot ... M
rt I enforcement agencies because of Act's, ban onavaching and advo
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Jury selection would be a lengthy ifrkpAN 'I" .; 16r- ".'
t, Stakes. 4 taking a shot at $100,000 wrie,n, .1
proposition,. mainly ,because feel.
mony, was, madtgautaltiotibSandn,clalYhe ,e,,t711.7Iratc:70,wbsuelar,,sovteeer;acoinsuedineitceyatitoDendis,tro:tiheatt ---;;010107 41..06T.j.1.,
Government '.Emptoyees Jur 'in lane t.
thunc. that( New ,. He emphaSized
;Almost all the' Kentucky'Derby consists only:17,500,7. said
Are eligible to
' Starters are expected at Pimlico. (Slim) Pierce. ,, .f
or LISCD -Car or Borrow on you utmost 'respect.. for .the, indepencl.: Reds 'Hail! Dy.:71,11?.11,,,l,,.,,,,.,1";
, presort ear,' thrptigit encv of, the courti." 116 said, the .2
Althougt it. will cost $7,500 to ', "We'll try 'them a ,,,coupie
, mak& them bY .stIPP1?- mnre Then we tan t 1 IS: figt,:qind ,ponr thugt ssitf the court'sr,siCtiOn.(4n 1 KWAJLEIN le 4
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' make them eligible by supple- more times-- a nen it we Edit ,
DICK 7 DEHLINOEk cplu-a"116'.4111)1"r:'llt 41P;IT
- Judiciary is not,.,,,and traIrr Must '- itr th
mentarY nOrn,u- lations n co In wia,-4,421.41aLtilerttag jfItPway ", 'be ' f court's!..action,t 411 rn--s-f---n mainly oecause eel- 1, I 14i-1 """'"b'''' '7
Road and Noureddin, second and and e'll". anotherin i'ldired. high in Lancaster I Tiff) 1 -e
'the other br ant na v n' otmt he 0 Ae 0
tht'' lt$e dt IltalgOrillat'POrnattL0 lc g Is running
third belting Tirrilam,' will ,Mahe 'It certainly recommended to 1 ,represenfing , V) er nist leatiera last year: was, paikeu Tr re 4,11. of Startmeath.. e :, 1,-
- r i rt r!e aodedo howcver: by 'one, party functionary'slas,Oqbe er S Y et-ims were' gain P114 ""i P. I 11
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Drmails ;rria.i 'I". .i d-..e;''' I .' ; E r.,:..7';',IN,,,;,' I ; P,ACirle OC.EA,'N 1.1,,-:.,,,' 1 it NG p,4L p :
: ; the trip. And when the preasness aoct9r towonerter reker u 1 a 1,- UM V Lail Wir111: tivirLuiLES -But-the c o or ts themselves greatest victory the CoMMunist ,i t',
Speculation mounted' as I '''ik I 't-i, i : '11'
,,IO .;' .:', the.390,000tsquarennn , , ,
1', ', tons around on May; 170,,Jewers tagnino) ,,,, P 11,1m in .t,he, F,reek- ." '' ' FINANCE COE must also eventually,,4, come, :-to party in ,it m e,r I c 'a has'.F',ky-e,r, ... ,, ,
, , No- 43 AUTOMOBILl ROWe k, grips', in 1 realistic limier' with aehieved.t!, ,,''. r- ,''';-,;'-';t ',', ', '.. ''' '-''',- ' '-i'' '-''. ''' FORBIboEN, AREA,-Shaded, area in Nwqrilin, abOve, show4
, ', ,,, -. Reward,- Martins Rullahj Chance ness." f',,,, T ,li
' f Panama City ,. y.
e : 11.,111' 11,.,st weouvld, ,110, 01? thme;Itribaet, which ob., , , 't
'le region in the Pacific which the Atom
'i tit Tony, 'A Dragon Killer,- Gone ,Nouredilin has,- een second in
1, '. -Yishin',', and Ebony Pearl alsO,are ree a a ea , ,., ,,
' i' expected to be' on hand. , ,'. -1 ,, third, in' the Perby. )
I ', Phono 3-4984-.441135 facts and join all forces for,- gooa
th t k thrs' year as well as i '' in protecting. society.11 ,',,, 1 What C ril 'Fugate's test'm
, , , . i .iik' nnHdoweGern,v'e':roirnsvaesisudtipgteahettioell' nr,j3:,,,,tcps'uni' il:Ow;:i bit; : ', ' "3' -', Energy' Comnsission .rhai. de'clared -pff, limits' during, the-forti
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; -coming rniclear weapolmtests.' Called "klardtsck,",the tests wi ,t,
- -' r-- ,. ,,. ,, '; , ,, JalNetit tevard, came out 0-- of II , -,r---,., ., ,4, , T, g '! , makek No Rohlrenco.',4? t.''',1 front oi'g'onIntalns -oi',Eed, 4 In, 04 ,,,, , f th
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1 44- 4'.,;.-,- M.--e$, 0 As fir,nCe ;;4;. trhnt orgahl'iat;ons In,
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; :-"0 Track Common, roar ,,- ? tne race ali nigin ,,,,,,11, 4,,,'6.,,,,..,y",,... I ,:s..00, ite,..,,..;,.ma,,d,,,i,1,:iiii,,,te,fery;0.7;..iyili3O trated ,oullits.' lie sale the corn.. 7,..1, 2. al rieorana J1113. :,1,...,-, ,,:-,,, 1,,,,.-..,,,,,v7.6 NAL,,,.,,, 1 ,L1J7 otetallow
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tens from the area---almed specifically of Members of a pacifist r
' .1.,-,- 4 ,, 7 I shipped to BelmontaTiarkwileiWer'; 1 -2. ''' ::.', h
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, Minim, conspiracy retie ea- zijw :
L ... .. 4 64- h 1-..... ory,, -, , t ,,, 7, 4 ,v )..f , : iSlanUael I lie AratLe tpomitli iStlid' 'regulations is,,,irting VS. citi 0
For as far as 'the' owners and Reward was' slipping throo.ghout ,',.. L. ,'1110 t t, : i
",,,,,, the, pending Senate bill to ., Curb almoNt every wiak of life,:4, 't ' Defense- attOrneYs have indicat,
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group ,who plan' to sail 'a" 30-foot etch, "The Golden Rule,111 1
the urisdiction o, the Supreme
s were concerned the the. ra,,ce; much to the etirprise or 11 : ,,e2feiettoGifTot t 3
' s into the atoTict 2one as a prptest against the 'tests,..1
Churchill Downs ronning .1strip I trainer Jir.nmy slones.who s,adVd 1 Court and. to,.nullif. ,4"To-, gauge its ellec he, ,sa.,did, I wdeatthitaetr acturataill;awayasrecvaerairSatahoks
I g .nee& onlY- to note the wi , . s

, i -ed vage since-sae la at least five -o ' ' '
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i , ivaa in such poor, doaditimt Satur- tus setopa peroy., rinneF:!-1 .11111 ----- -."1011.1111111111.111w- it derialana in 1- tne field .ot '.itoyetty s d i m ;- hi h -1
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. i t day that the. DerbY ,WaS ',not' a Tara: ..",,, .., :, '- ,t ., C ' t- ''''',-1 ,,' r-, :, ,, tl ... .,, ,.;,-,, , and, security, ,,,,, t ,, t'''
,dearee Aturcter in Jensen's' death. ; ''. 1 .. "Ak I I '' ' ''
, t Whenever' ,our governmenP.' it, Years ,older 'than him mentally." ' ' ''
, true horserece, Even the, winner Jewel's iteward surprised' me. ..,, k i 01 -, ,, t As' appreveciv,lat'',weelreprt,the tempts, toi deal firnilyIn ,sef-dow- Shei-0,0 also ia tcharted with' irst .i '' '''' '-' ''', ' ''''''''.-- ''''' '' ' '' '" ''...
didlnot like the track.' ,-, I thought 'he would, like the traCk. , No) t- ..., Senate JUdiciarrennimittett ghe t
" - 011y horse ten bad," said tor. Hit granddaddy.: ,(Jet ,Pilot,' 1947 : --"" . ,.. ii. , ,..,. eoSe.,'agginat... ,Alie;',',4,.subvecsive
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, ... 11 . measu wotild deny" te 'court
'', ne as he. held iSilky,,Sullivan by Derby winner) Wag a -s,operior , threat,",' . ic. '4' '.i'' l ,, .' aril'S. mother, half -, sister and ".''
' power te'relteW State b r dmis ' '''' ' ' t f th th fir t '''''' 4 I 1 1 -' '' 0 'ir ''
f' eeP a er were e. s yietims :,,, ..., ., .,, ''. 2::1 i',;:'', ' . :
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'' 1 ''ll ad shank at the colt grazed mudder," J nes' said.
co ,. -, .. 7 , I 0 a a .. 'He''..clenounced,),certein Atnidenti Atnidenti,
, Atnidenti, sions, allow,' congressional' Coml
fled organizationt.Whicivitobvions 0
f the' January, murders. ,, , -, , ,,,,-, ..,- ,, .,
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: on the batkstretch at Chyrchill "Tim Tam didn't like the' track international Jewelry fiftte to d 'd th I ' 3
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i e eci e re evanc of h f Me 0-
e , 3''' ,ly dedicate their efforti to,,,thwart S frit rle ICarnopp took r. '1"1 rtt, r---1 , ,
, Do ns. "He even' let Martins eithet."., he said s'bitt he finally ,,. ,
, ... -- its Questions., tive' the 'States the tit& :vprir enneimt;t'iirtlitanirtiti's eXtra .'preekutions '. for; the .1rial; 1: 1 I r'l n'T --,ir; ,,1
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court.Imposed limits on Srn)thA.Ct
Aetauver relperatea oppos. ;AA. eolig ,v, spot. sucill .11 6111.1 ,, p,,,, 6,,11 .0",
to the toort,eurhing hullo,. around 1. the courthouse, "at a 11 L - Iy
onemeoesseenememossoommommet pr2.secutipni.1 television Orograin lot Tennessee times tit 1)1' as 1r security r te

r4 Lr4 .; et iD-Tenn,,';'(.11 tOmrhittee, Ine.01 intend' ed:,to',Iigilt thi'',BirLonthe 11:2) ', 0!
' ' iair44 2- the bill 'said th;,,meastirei,wai ISenstr,floor',, ' 4 ). 1"- -44 144,,:1
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-tween Pariarrilk and the United Statei,"fe id- vast' ;and' complex thallt 'woOld be impos impos-
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tc ctiver,it fully in one lecture,rtz,,,, el4 Ae S ti
-sta. striVing 'to make 'my exiioSition'tlet Ter' shall-!irt raptidVl re' cOunt 'thee, historlo
;antecedents and then malyze certairi,juridi cal problems that hayeariien' 'Ili. co'nse-;

I u'enc4 'Of; t'lese relations.

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The' &lotions :;etween Ponami- and :t bk-United ,tateO, Ontratol',--ttY tiJeiefroneTus-
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ibeilef ofmany people. did not begin jn:1$19.1.iibien,:-;-Triy,,,coinitry
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atte Isthmus of Parama ap-
pear& in American diplomatic
Elatory, the middle of
Nineteenth bentury, in which
' era Great Britain was partleu-
larly interested in extendind net-
influence on:3he Caribbeao
coasts, and had occupied Mos-
aultia in Nicaragua.
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rhe Isthmus of Panama ap-
Etrs in American diplonaatic
;tory the middle of Me
aeteenth bentury, in which

quitia in Nicaragua. veryoot 'gold' In Sutter's' Mill .tin .tin,
, .tin, ' ' California and Panama:became
.-. In the treaty 'of,1846, known
,obligatm7' route, for 4many
as the WI a II a r in o-Bidiack the
America1g ''Avhok' ruphed,,,to
Treaty, between New Granada, the
West Ite 'tearch'Of the Precious
'' DOW Colombia, and the United
,States, Article 35 stated ,that metal! 111101.rti N,ku.it ot' ill
' The tattle., the, famous -his?,
the Alnited States would guar- tory t)f the Construetien cif the
antee in perpetuity the neul
trans-isthmian ,I rairoad, t h it
trent," of the Isthmus if Pap Papsensational.
sensational. Papsensational. work of live out-
- sma, free transit across it, and
standIng, Americans: ,William,
the sovereignty of New Grana-
pa over that, territory. Henry'. Aspinwall, Henr:v Chaun
1 !, .7,or 20 yearl' the Government cet,ittndl dohyp Lloyd Stephens,'
of ,therUnited Ptates had tried, to an4 'entineers ,,lohn,Trautwine.
-and George Totten. .' :..
persuade New. Granada to abolish Durtnr. thit period the Iltited
cortPin duees, Imposed uPon A- States Consulates In Panama
- therican goods:, and 'the'British
tl'oglis in islicaranva rendered ,became valuable -soureeS of in inthe
the inthe oetasion ,-13 r 0 p i t 1 0 II 8 tor formation on isthmian events,
etqlnine such ebolitIon In er- Frequently... pnaTnardan,,n,eNvi
, th9ire for pal- guaranty dvired Wall ATI-aamalnoWetWnit0Thein0
V C'.0111Ha. . in Neee.Torko-befort ile;eaqhed
, , : 4 . the distant capita of Bogota,' to
EXCEPT1ONAL, RIGHTS which the means of eommunica,
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EXCEPTIONAL RIGHTS
- However. .colomois; I riot
thing that ,the United States
should be the exclusive guar guarantor
antor guarantor of her' sovereignty over the
' Isthmus.' Rather,- that country
contemplaticnbegotiating treat.
left containing- a similar clause
with European- powers.
's s, But in practice such treaties
: Were never arrived at and the
Tinted gtotes c-norea
: tional rights over the Isthmus
- of Panama. :
'the treaty of 1846 did not g0
4rito effect, booause ot the Mexi.
ran-American War,1 until June.
12s,' 1841'4 but since that date the
tufted States acquired a gradual
incriosing interest in the Isth
' of Panama, and dUrinc the
Test Of the Nineteenth tentury
left visible marks of its presence
there. s ,
, AC9USTOMED
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Little by little the peoPle of
' Prnma became accUstomed to,
neesence of North. Amer Amer',
', Amer', leans in lheir territory.
, Thus. for exomple,. ,1847

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joined very. sl
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Union,''strong Secessionist mcnre- tacifictd the tiantio Ocean
ha d flourished in Pariftl ;,,rht.. FrefIch 'company; an their
ros, eSpecially those of .938, 1841f, iiert. In the saniele,ar ,,i898 began'
185q. and '1861) 7- ,, 1 a campaign ,tosell tife'PtoPerties
The Isthmus; sepaiited froin'; At had in ranrinial6 the goy, ,eZn ,eZnow
ow ,eZnow rest of colombia by, lo-Vt-' tent '6f, the lInited' stategi; Pow'-
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sentimental attractiontowar s.
Bogota And bad :therefore M.,:
tempted on numerous occasiong:
break ; the tie; that joined
htr to that southern republic,'
During the perioci',of Our tem!.
oestous union with,' Colotoblai,
, without Any; land tOmmimication
with tiViiVeSVICI thelcogiiiintokt1
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ed. ;to those, of'.the old
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Spantlh 'colonies that hid become
reprblics,,
tpict was well' known tn the
Ftates: espectellv
14urinft.' the secotAt belt' of' trT
Nineteentn, renturv 'Arnert-,
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onstan..
AS territOry:' -., 1 .t. t -, ,,
tiltiOnle; ill, Iftgli,.Velatiya::ta.triet!
laiert.: established ::t)etWeeri the i..1,..owiri.04101,t,,,101"el,ell.,et,,anwt
,,,Very close reletins therOdiei:,,:tiose,'e$ ahltgbed, tzt
lInitedikStatea 'ke,nd Pant, M P, till ,, tip g4,-Iliirliigh Ahli,"16,11;e21,t it,liaV
Aininttutbet4ii,otteenth Qentlit,Vi, ,, Ittatilsoll itqws',irterrissary, '40,.'00
viTh)olvotrouplat nabout ''t more t.411 41,Arte; And : An'' thit
:. .... - ., AA. ..,,,''....,,, PrOYO., :'::'"rr ,:.': '-.;.,,,,-... ,-

MU'lltnallr41"'"""
trieteritory,,,..,5,ThISt, alliPire.L.Was
conTolidated because of.,
llama Canal.t t ; t s,
,-
,,,,. t". ,ty pi too.. zro4, ,,,,,, ,,,,:,,, i.
'1"". .flw 'rfrl't"lki r
This 'marvelous wOrk o 'the
LI
A morimteNttmtilus; has iatt 'omit
This marvelous wigs ; wir
Arrierittrti;titerilas; alas tatt Ion
historp t'hit heginrr 41 earl)?
part thr''' thr siateenth century,
who.se)arlith haVIgatorrlsearch
tetieriahl tor thsostrs it :that
would ,Annite Spain with the
Spieeltillands. 7
Ak4ariV;n34529,11Alvire :10 Sttr
ei;917 e d: th e
opening the, ParlaMill' Canal.
and.tharles-31: '1Crtg.Lof ,,f8pain
and'Empierernf Gerartally; Order Ordered
ed Ordered thegovernat 01' Castilla
Oro to dear the Chagres River
in order it 'to make it navigable
tox, pessilfe..iRrltrqs Par
mina.
Tile' 'Canal orolectislinied..
the of great. engineers
and adventurers from almost' all
the chuntries ,of the Western
flernisthere. ,),) Kyr.
The ,,,United Etate, oFf-bne
hand, durifiglhe Admitestration
Of ,President John Quincy. A Adam,,,hrtiordered
dam,,,hrtiordered Adam,,,hrtiordered Its enginee's
to eonduct ,Surveyk, biti the 'Cen 'Central
tral 'Central Jtotericart IPtturilis$ ,,and 4n
Peneral, during the nineteenth
centunt, Amvican vpinion favor
0 the tolitty0acrosstNigaraggat;
tot 4) knitineersif SI '4)10
other hand. especialli -,,those
that wre tethered ht Faris 'hi,
1879 by Count Ferdinand de
LeSseps, the' tonstottor of the 1
, Suez Caniti, faVeted,,Illez oute
across Faitayna, ,;
I
:-JUEISIgt
It .is interesting to follow the
tha,'eldttOvertilelt4019,-
cerning ,the 'two posiible '1119111
routeS, and it Is known. by all
that-firiallrptivate Frentirtapi Frentirtapital
tal Frentirtapital attempted to duplicate in Pe-,
,
nama s the success obtained in
Suez', but 'Ithe efforts. of the
efforts ,Ottyle411rrfneh rpmPahlt,
h
ended in he Mistpat entable
bankiuptc It ',4 jt htk..t,i,
,' T 11 e'.,4A e ali MOI, eUment
had mo-intentioni, at-the- begin.1:
tengtof obtainineexcluslve con-j
tro1 Of the Central Ainerican Ca.-
ne' ' ' ' ,, ;
. .
, For Instance, In :1889,, when 'a

means! oi,:xne ru4-
; t. ';; !,
ipide6,
lt,mntoAkihi kvr,i,
loos wOrk : of the
Mos; has 40. long
leginc. 4bitt early
siateentW, century,
, naviotorceeareh'
forltho,,strait:that
Spain wilily, the
1A24' Alvaro de

41- h.
on Tune
WI t
SPRIT' ,;.1,,!C014
1-481 then; -vs
River hia.
gable A Cm,
i
colomb
neerill 'fence '1
1st eerreet
'stern botweel
one anlae
talon tot set,tx
Y. bests' of
,neeits
,, become.
lut in recta At
etinb ard pro
favoF that ,,,vp
Pat, the .,terr
'4110 eign sta
hose' ...me A
18 in ittn! 22:
I de tha nal
t the
.oute atament
; tbe, Fre)
prooertil
Port!
w the 'Stites
plolt,
)y canal 1
tap'. ; ',ears; i
n Pa-
th6 To '! tb
maw, statel
qble dtiectior

. k....,-. ::- :', ,f. .'
,,:anamas
,!' ,,,-1-- ., t: oi..;,, ,.:', -:,
i .:::, -.C.-.-. ,- ',' -4.--1. ,,--,'
orltb.JH - Lirt

4
-
namasT:
,,,, 7,11r111.17.1-,
is L.',H14..ty 1 0;
.
I t V'A it
. s
t s
priyate,eomPan3cactually bez7,
to construtt'a canal' in gicar&
guit, ,the goernment of 1,Presi.
dent Clereland' categbrically 01).
priyate,,00mliany bez
to reonsteuet carial' in illeara-
;tbe:',.goltiniment, of ,i-Presi,
dent Cleiielnlid eattgrietilly ,b1)-
posed. the f(equisition 'of that ea,
rwal by 4fut
monis; Out :Inftintly'tp,".the.
existende of &triaty-of iilAt)
,11 la 4 Ai el ,'-,OfeLio tonel

ween the II nt t e d -- States land ,y1-2-;.: ,,,,,, !,,, ,.. I 1.:,, .,, ,,,,
Great tritain-. kriaro,as the clay ,.4oreglity -Ovei .:.the:i a D. a i
1
ton'-;. Bulwer Treatr,', which pre'', Seht.: ,) ,,,,?;,... .,,1--.,.i!!
vented Ahe texelok'eon1-01M! tlythced,;',-triOanais.'4;.lit ','-itelhe
'the ;United States ot ATI Inter". oraardaed!.7)41kAluidletion4In
oceanfevoute,liveeqtralr,,A, !Pep? ep.,4fie, etipea,.:931earlbia:? agreed
!ca. f FOrt;tbat-reatton4 Pince, 18 to -goarantee',Ihe ,nrOteetion -lit
AmericanAtolomaCT 'ildveCatted tlie,canati:but lit 'the eventAbat
for the thodifteation 111'' 0.1?I'IDf7 she,.rogidrnet,,,fultill. tbls 'obl$ga 'obl$gation;
tion; 'obl$gation; of ,sald treati-.. '.,, ,, '. ".,:::, ,:: tion; theltrdtad.:states.could, RPt
' 1 ,.:6,' ;.0...'0,' 'ki. 0'. a v.-p.m- A et i ..:.' :1 Wit,stf'; the ;:elingent., Of:-,telembia-,
. ',;, vrx emy1;?; .,7 No, 3 r111", i,I, .. alAd k..0,,01:thp01 04;1 5.01.0erit
.110Vellr:;:: ddilla; ': the lEll?ibl)17607, tri:' ase.'cl! VelertretCev '. -I

111.1W Y V k; WS AA Vitik VA ir i LI HIJIL9M51117 In 'q agpq : ra ;,,, !Therintity.-,L ,-,, ..,y,7:
L,- ,,,I, ''' tilms the-, uRnatt-.-Jareavy wa3
Athertelamr Wit .;-thet,.i.problem
-
Of' -2rlii7eZal;- :ancLthe:,,rtathili0 -: signed' on'Nat-1-$4 11-90:Vatt kiln',
the'"CalrialJ b'eamP ''''-'f. Prima VI .'qlasinrd. a' imbile serrteer ',,., )IA2., Itt thi home of flay,rand,
hnportane -for -the tUrittect ptoe
,. a Aharefore' could. be exproplat :-;viat -,-sealecr.:with'.,,ble coat :! of 1
beckuio'bt the hi-StoSe: v-I,Vage:OI ed'a,'etortgag,10Ctiloyribian,.-la,0 .; altnIii,', a' ,fesor-, hour, before t the thethe;
the; thethe; hattle.7htp,"Ore80P"4 -,:'. ' tlii,i),ogh,,,,a,-cortipensatimt--f.t(t-, he : tanamirlian. advlsora -arrly'll, 1
--,14.14'vemel sailed b11-3404,-cliA9,i deterianed:14-ai-mhced oirimit., ;at the ratirood btatkot inlVst!..
i898, fiom.,,Ban Frandtm 04,41 atom; t-,: -1-,-4, ,- ,1 ,,- ,- ,, ,,, .: ..,.;. ',', toot. , -;;,.. :,:,,, -,s'-,: --;--4 ,;;.,.;,,
.i..,4-43-watositeilrfitha,-statt -- of ,-f- -g---7--4:,seitii-',W,-,4101:: ..-4.; !,-,0.;1,., i-,.-(1: ; i ---- :-, .-- -,i -

i- ----: ...11 N....my...L...0.1a we, ion. maL,47.4 ,yranSiiir . 4.. .,..P 47.777...'r."7,11 '77, 77
gog, friont4sart Frazutitco SA, 4,,m,t; 4,0,pit;',,,,,444, iii,:t r. ,,,..:,4,1,,,,,,,,-; t :-,lattlp-, ,,,- :.., v. ,. , , 11,..,.,
sneect LbY4tvalT50t lithltktil-A ;'.9' ;it ,,,,,--1.4 30,"0:, i:,,L',00.,i,-
MagellattrtintStrdavs,later ar7 , ;;, .1."1,:v1.. 'A5 rz,,c -., ,, f';'1i : 4 ,.. ,,,
eyed 411 waterF, la; SaAtiago, tIP imel', Vrittict,,,statis !Re n a t'e
-"'; '4;''s '''': I t11.6 'Rtitiv4ATIYEI:? v 11
it waS said that ,,, the treaty
Cilbar onJuly13, scarcelY in tilne ratifiett-the.3-terriri-Hav' Teaty contained the price dethanded
to participate, in; the ;ins:TO-vie-.
on ttargii. 1V190.,-, but tolOmb a bY the ,TTnited States tor guaran guarantory
tory guarantory tit that 'biate. :.' ' '-'4 on' ,the fituntrary i took ,,it :hosti e tefing -the independence of pa pa.
. pa. Sat this important ,,evellt
, ottitude-t,towardilt anctszeject d nsma; ,, - -,,,, .. ,'
diatinitalv ennvintPd tha Amer., .;. 7 4 7 ... '. ..

tori lit, that date.
Ant this imuortint event
t
,But this mpor. an v.
detiniteiy convinced the Alnet
ican lthOmop,ativit
rm!,, I
neeeeettplfietthtiet I 1 r
,
defetitertif the LTettettitet,!illit
ocuw:mtkp.".,,,
, detchterot thotTnited,sjot s ukt,
Z. (ICI CrISVPI.
kar;:01 shrter
- d.1111.. riat. fwAysi
ever.. cogs re, C 14
not be transferred without All
authoritation Of the goverraftent
of- colombia, negotiatiOnS were
very. slow at 'first.'
, ., ',,
FREE!NAVIGATION
,
'AboVe- it Mai iniceso,' ry : to
ilicenttr(theigtiatoktge).?f; te
ClayitOtingulworketreatl. tviti.qh
was finallY donti .1!".0 1-1FLY1.
'''' I
was lptt 1), dope .the,
piturieefOte "rreaiy,,o1"NoVember
, !".
t !om
Prtein7, agreedAhat. the, ,tot,1114
Central AmerlOin Caner cOOldhe
klvitty6te4 idministeredibY
,
th tIrsted StOesARIDAe4ii'i,i, Xt-'
ot ,thetanal tw111d,' he .he h
n, '',, galas ,,, lyr4ipittIOA
wail 'ripen), done ,b,, the, 1-1a.:7-
,
,
Pouricefte Treaty,,of .Novembej
184,90I, 'i',., -.:: ,' .'-' : L'
ltv ,thii,e'ell'Ve n t ', o,n ,ureat
Pritttin' agreed-Ahat the, future
Central American Caner e01,11c1.be
.....-4.,..;.4...A tiv,.4 (ielminigtorpd bv
- tni tefeck by
,7613ittucte4 iryt acire 8 A
the, trited StOes ARIDfieo's
,tillillierteere,41)elittel4 ft,
011 the Canal v4;cal4"
resPeCIATI, a3f, SVVY 'PAW KiLPPc
gepresep, a v,e
fi t d
,,..,,prvitedi,titte on
thvOugh NIcaragl1ic:,
8t7t4It:14:0'41:ommeA.,:elft;eilist,r;
. , ,
r gtatbv. Itieq; aroprovedi4the elle
! thydugh 1 bilearaglIK;,--'i ', : ; :
,
', Nevertheleaap atter hIstorie and..
I
hfitte&debetes. gene tor Spcicitler
1,1eyerbnelga.4)043,v1- iii,11,y1v Ain..
h4sa ted' debptel amp tor prciodif
oil-TV43'mm' 111.1;;011:64all'n1 afle i' ?rt
toli9 pd. la' end t:
nrnnoft ft AM men t;
or t wiscowstripolt$id kitb.11NE'Tti;t9t
1902;nritP610M 11Pellu;.mritl
the' bill,t,authOWITIS;,-tiA'15.-.;rtIPSA-..'
'oeot: 0.,acciure tht pr,OpFtli3O1
the 6. French, corn-P941,Y,;-.i'P
negrittite itreatv'', ,010,11tuta
tor the; tOrPtrItilt4STAI TtRe,:
atria Oanaltrtite., v,Ptnehtiimor
Ny84 aptirtnred. lntiiiktife. late!
on'. Juni&
1;;,.1,',CQL0M11404.14:.,t
The On that wait niissing
,
then; iwas the, consent of .Colorn .Colornbia.
bia. .Colornbia. ,,;. 6. 4.1
' II:knowledge et the negetia,'
,tiene tlt,,at;io!,ere Initiated
ween 'the United', 'StateiVind
qolointila4 Is ',of 2eapital Impori
, lance In ,order ;te- understand4
eorrectiy" the, future .1 relation
'between rename and
the' two countries' nay
Set 'lire' definite -form the
basis Situation:, Unique ',in
bistory,:, were -one state, 'wee: 1th
become' aPontrattoelotithe et et'recta'
'recta' et'recta' At constritetkng, Aticp1010hit
and protecting : seawa. einal
that ',Wpuld'!divide','In' two,' parts
the ',territory. tit:tinotper :trorer-
tier', State. 4
'; The ,,Tegotiations
;rant 22, 1903 with, the ,sigAlAg
.nerratSrliaTt'T r ,t a t,y.f,, By
means of this,e0Meution the,gov
erninent,Of 4tutborised
Fronew-iotripany tfo
properties' iti,,Pankma.',:., "",
, 'Furthermore. the ',, United'
!' Stites 'was, granted the exelu
,,
,and Vroteet the,nekwe
, canal gems Janama-ler. 100
yeais; 'renewahlw
OVEREIt44TY
To.'! this, effec4. bi :th; tl tilted
States ,Wits grantel:the Atse:And
dtrection of a tztnit4 dand tittIe
fe
kilometers, wideOvhic witi14, ,,,
cut through 4110e ,ceu r-,,At t i
tanal:'," '7'''''., ',,'"'l ''''''N' '''' lip)
,..,, l'he 4tolted, 'Cites, en -its
part, 'and thlAwas7fundamen- )
7. tal,, tecame ,: obligated ,o n e c
more to recognize-Colombian'

,

11
. ; 6,,,-',
,n.
: ''' le

e. 4- :.. -.4't ..".
, 44: 4
, t, I
,
!es
T
'!4A1
"
A
, t,
(io, !IJ
gloom&
0,-. i; R
I
vy t yAs mtap !Aot.,440VV, Vr.,:'V4441.11341
VA k.:0,ertiYikthl.-11.0141Ph CiPI'Veritts
tri,L4,02:111Thity9h.e3r ' ' i
Ak tirto Avut),, ou ..olumoia
A. A A
'IOW the ,..eohtrary took a hostile
(3114,41,,,Ene rkcon,-trary."; tOOK .110Stile
anorreiected
1 t 'ijk. ;
, 1..
' p i
j er tne
AS 'Tar' us. tne-Tonsmanlant,
Nocce concerned, such an. atir
eivere,citteernect;:. such an ,; 1st
rtitude..mta0C'tlie!1(1.110sfi '01(--
. ..
Ihetr ,asPlretions foe' hattet
Frehr Abe 'moment- that
Iherejectlea of ,the 'treaty wa
';'ohlrlone,-,,, the alit e,p sr atts t'
, spark'. heeittitealight Once niertr,,"
hut ,thia';'lltne,':,,vilth,,,;dennite
'
'came:organized 'and, the govern;
znent, of' ,the, United 'Stattai
knew,' better' than anYbody tbt
teal 'aituatlen,:, in, Panalna,, "and
the' extateneo, on' the' Iethrtrai of
,nationalitY. different Irbni
Cololp014t1;,. ',11avey,their' rapport
to''tbe secesion', that 'took' place
Igrlt 4, 1,t ;
IttotiVtikettrOfit.
. -I, ,'..; ; ,7.,-,;. 70- ;7:- 7:-
iveVe ieittiii:uirse-curr'w--un'tni,
rutted, State,,,,,eijithout the in4
ferMediatien et ,celomble,:, :
. ., ,,, .,7, ., 4.1 ., ..,
i' 1 EIUNAU.VARILLA:' ,:'
.....,
4 17 I,- I, i A ,j, .,,
: eg00,14aulOns Icor- a $rtabY,AFIln
1 oegy15.1441.1oLlb IOC. $rgaby.IVII
ilittiaMa:Viterellittiated
tdiv El
'Ffilt thik AutIMSA tha AtnOr,
11 Yjrur, tals,plArnostf,tne Amerl
, Jon, 130004110 :Appointee lig;
idb.
representatwe-ytna AsecretarY
I'd
ttltAte,abn Hay, ahrl the Qo
veroment,,:at-Papaza,- armoihted
IV' 'Kim; i St e, t',., Sit 441411mteirt,
',. NnIOIN, latitio,Plifatla;-,-,,i, it,.
''Vi; IT,Ile2J,1411.elv.alv;;. 41 ,,,!!:Fingh
,?elleiletF, t'hk,b04. :beta ,ehlot. f
'aiistimpi:! tit -'11ti'',t'rineh ,. item,'
-
' ilan linthalt 144'4
, id oferide,e, ,,op1; the: !aim.
,,,Fuetbetnler,e, he bilk' leen
lv,ay battle of
Ls' i n'i-t",,-t', va "-- -.k-r
!will'ill Ane' battle ne roof .4..
a
t,
,,, urthetmore, he hill beell, of
4 i,ds!,FISI.,..I,, et Lbieln.,10, ,th,,e.,),tansa ,
A ,,,, i, 1
tusTmege 'nein -to the ana a-
4-1111411-2:41Rfill)t1 Arl'''t.'":1)' rtiliovt;1!
,. . , , , .1
'"' 41, 11114411fl S"ess111110 "r-
N.., V.... 411,
uiP,Pie; Of .the: peiv
.s
trektit liaiiciehticat'nitth theintle
Vith,.0010111bia;JECtill.
qo id 'that the 4. the. tegpf
tiationa vtilm;'10,ret,Si, tiaved.' ;1,
7. :Among the inatruitintns alien'
v ...thit Panamanian ; Grovern
' menCtq itivntinister 17f214.,,
, ington wa. th..telebratkat' Of'
11:'tt,ttit tit -form! dluf
; essence : td' thd'''4001' !rthitt:
" liefit'rikiettAd by: edlomoi
'11a,tidt raf' "ittCby thi 1,1111tet
,.il.tites '1,e'r t. Le. ,:'!: .7, ', i -,,' -;;-'; tiv
', nowe,trt; It' it tiiii,e Otttt 4e : re,;,-
(1
tirrr,,t.. tote ill's y,,prosente to.
VunaU,-)io villa ,)ltt...,,15',,',110 ':. a
draTt.trr ,: !y in,.yrilinhAlle.'llnit,ed
441,is.: i ,-, ,.: ,,, nded ittir,i1';',FrFatr
'0(tnetwo s than those,Ontal .;,,
plan; :the ..,.11'..,rralt 4-fat,-',PrObty:11,',-;
!'F'llie )11,-,..;!r cr., .the sone efttn: '.
Otiliiinetets ., :074 'mlies,ntite,
:24,4ess;,'.1 ., i. 'Po :laer,,Oased.:10
; teittoi',,cs;.! :1 ,, ,t-41,''',fianitat;Y,
''41,04:t-Pc",e I j..-...1,.,-..(7talnaltintt.1
104e, t ,.be exerck,ed'Ir a itillii-',,t
,, ed crotntisibsioif'tyould 'ha nra0, 1
' lisid,tacitislyely.by'llie'United l
'','ptittes14, the' ngiteducts '.itilitell ,:11
'?ititi Atates iiiii,10,,,,bnillit, ra, ,.
,paitikand, Colon. and as tii1.1
, dellyer,tae ,Coloinblit'.4ree,.'.-of I
, charge '..after !. 50 ream ;,,tveuld, i
liatte lite lie Itaidlor by Panama .!,
: OrthZa ; ilyerrent',,,i it t e,r e slt '1,
tharge; .,Ilie,' concession -blade
- y-celoinbiantintlia,eetit,,landS
, 4nd ', siiaters':00tside tbe ,''solte
hitt: stithin. an ,erea 'ilt 15jrnilee
,' fro 02,11ii ,'Caniti,,, itirned., late
an' unlimited concession rithin',,
.., the ;entire'. area. :of ithe, Itepti4,
',. blicom ;1111k,-(10sta jtiCalt tO
tbis!VoIonthian'.,berder. ,,, .:, : 0
''''..k'''''''':.0k,St' ' 1 N ' ''''-'
,Ii:J' ,'''S q ING' !t
itertn',0eBiilitu-',A,4rili, It hii re re'
' re' '
rtnPr st?!17:itlillsesti'ettit,J,11.thrnaritt.thlte'911;tva:lriall'
lreaty should. ue, signedAb-rapid
ti';,,as ,,possible 4notrhesides!and
hive, all,'; since, Allet ,' matter, in
otteition IvEtantsuch. Importance
that it, was to regulate the per permanent
manent permanent relations of future ,,,Pa

-
A3IntissApon RicAnDo ("Drcxr.rdans April 29' sle,".----c.1 the'
, s
accompanying addres- to the Foreign Service Schoct.,,cf,,,,feorf Univerf is
, a former president of .1 azzama,orld tipped as a likely for a ',f r term.
:Though not of ficiall billed 'as isuch. his Georgetown,Unirersity speech' trils looLed On in
SOln rircles as Partamoniari-onsteer to recent utteranCes 11)nf,, USTitnamaniani relations
by, Rep. Dais J. Flood (D-Pas).- In the light of The,,,Partani
ran Floo d's control:. er siat House speech in Olt,: accords equol treatment lo Arias'
, addrests. 1. ,- :

namanian generations with. t,he
United States; the tiovernment
of Panama hastened to send to
Wash)ugton two representatives
to give advia 'to the negotiating
Minister, who in ttu'dvas expres
sly ordered to tonsult thet and
the Government' of :.Papaina: on
every. Otiele,,lof 'the-- treaty,', as
soon as it ,was
' In, the, lace,. of that, sitiation,
rune .1;-vartila, who in effect re rerresented
rresented rerresented the' Interests' 'of the
P r,eneh,comPany more than
'7, these the, Panamanians', and
wheat, primary...interest was to
, obtain ,Panamanian, authorize;
tion for,,the.transfer of the cOnt,
Pany's properties to the GoVern
: Went of tflollnited Statesrdeeid
ed, to Thurry.,, ' :
:And thus, tt-'sensational,Oase
t-,1' in .',history..,,1Without'' presenting'
the ferelentialsjhat were being,
brottgbk., by', the .oadVisors,', Arid
I Without awaiting the, arriiral; o,f
If the,' ildvisort themselVes: h,deeld
t 'et) to sign. the draft presented bY
Hay; and modified by him In
,t ,manner even rnore,favorable.fOr

Lt,h6 "t tate&
,!.."'''4 a,' '''' '''''''''''''''''' ' ''' ' 1 '''''''
', ':' I alters three, dayr et, Aegat a,,,
', Opus the' CanalArreity war'''
contained the price demanded
by the ITnited States Tor guaian guaiantefing
tefing guaiantefing -the. independence ,of: pa.
; On. vart yie' Panamanian
.
1 goverttment RAW Ino, tithe!'
ittattvel: teel,themviell,beinw. Of its
littitrertnf thelmvell being, Of dtS
thnntntuteentit nelrekiev
,
f people: than tot hteept ut Teto
'Itself t4i, beirte' a:source of 'fiscal
itself tn,heirtg' a 'source ot
revenue4for Colombia,: without
the recotnpense of. a bridge or a
rout , :
:,,, The Governinent 'of Panama
ratified Alio ,treaty, Dec. 1,,1903,
and In .turnthe Senate of the
United4 Statea 4, did likewise Irt!),
2k,19044Thlr,Hay-Bunau-Varilla
TreatO entered into effect three
dayslater. :
i 'JURIDICAL, PRDBLEM
! 'Thus We have had a Mid's' eye
vim, of .thelhistoric ant edents
of our-Aopit,pf ,ttonight.
ANow 111114 consider., 'even
thouahlouperticially, son et the'
Juridical, ',problems that Chave
'arisen 'dining the course of 'the'
aoplicaton of. the treaq to this
day.,
The ntost important of these
arisen 'divine t e course of the'
Juridical, ',probleirs , that h a I e
8,.0PlicatIon, of the treaq to this
day., .,., ,!1 ..-, : ,
he most imnertant of these
,
problems concerne tht !uterine..
ffitim, ra t.U. ,,,,,,,,,,,,4,,,,, ,sp nnol
tation of the. convention of )903.
Tbe illf7:11.enet! 'V rill
Treity' elitelns 24 ad les, all
'tot ;thorn' multiPles of' a gam."
, mon denominator, which is thc
tact, that itnras eittered into
'Or -the, soie exclusive
'purpose of 'iuthorizing.ithe IT-11
nited: Stater to .Consr net! 1
Maintain,- operate. anti Arittet,
,the Panama Qum!. , 9
This eonventiort is 'sli.nilar to
Herran-May Treaty with the
, convention 'is sinv
the HerranaltiSI 'rrelity
'1
exte tions that Were men
1 Ad.A1.41,
exteptions that were mentioned
t Mlle part:of It. Ideseribea the
c -
izetnell-Vit- Panamaninn, torritorit
v ,t.nie, parv,:oi its. nesermes wr
liVgalhare-Le;',, liallWanrarkm. aontiaonOns-ttreru4'ttalbrri
:oritt-enrninitiltinn flf theb:,tail ill tg
ittnerejSet VprIC 01 eonatrnquen
iant:exploitation of-the:44,4101 ts
to-ba,carried--olit:; another Pad
defines the i righta whiek. Dant.
ma grants,' ftoo' the Statag
orier, that it. might gonstritet
thepuhlie,sersttei under,the eon
ditinna anreed npon.
An3rone reading it ai a whhie,
: cannet make a -m t in
undestanding the end pursued
- each ef its' Parts. lloweverr lloweverrfese
fese lloweverrfese times in iliplomatie ,histo-'
Weft two governments. been :
able, tOE. present interovetationii
'more,,radicalls opposite..
The diffienities et11 interPrena interPrenatiOn
tiOn interPrenatiOn Of the hastily,ne7otiated
, treo0-kbegan,,,, to' be ,,felt three
, months. after its ratifleation and
:even today some are still present
Y:tA,NA1-!;UNE'S, STATUS
. 'One- of. the points, 'of", discre discrepancy"
pancy" discrepancy" poncerns the juridical
status of the Canal. Zone. ,t
the, 1,United States.: some
! people Maintain that the Zone
below:raj the United States by
cOnstitutional,- pronerty rights;
others say that in that territory
'1.1 the Unite,d'Iltates is absolutely
f sovereign; and ot he ri
maintalnlhat although Panama
has' $1,;, tltular sovereignt3r, the
eiercise of all 'rights inherent to
that severelenty rests, with 'the
, United States to .thel complete
k exclusion of Pstama.' and that
. illerefore whit the latter conntry
has is "barrrn scenter."
ak,the first opinions'
are concerned, the United StateS
undoubtedly is not the-,,,cons,
:tttutional owner or the absolute
sovereign; nt the' Canal ,Zone.'
It ,were- se, the' Canal
n Treaty 'would have specifically
sold Abe territory of the Zone 1
dor st price 'stipulated 'therein.
conectiont for Instance:
the itreaty the', cession:, of.
Louslana specifically states 'that
the French Republic cedes to the
United StateS, forever and in full
sovereignty. the above mention mention.
. mention. 3 territory; the same is stated
in the convention thorugh which

the United Etates.acquirbd Alas Alaska,
ka, Alaska, in' which the Emperor of all
the Russias ceded to the United
$tates the territory and domi dominion
nion dominion which the said Prince pos possessed
sessed possessed on the American Conti Continent
nent Continent and adjacent islands.

-
NO CESSION
,
,
- ,no part 'of .the'Hay-Bunau
VarillaTreity is it said that Pa Patiamacede
tiamacede Patiamacede to the United Stites
tither' dorninion -over ior,,,so4f
reignti the;' Canal zone.
'--, it Said,' though,that "for the
PurPoSe- of constructing canal
ter- vesselv across the Isthmus
Of tanamat,-! the latter ,country
grants' in' perpetuity the.use. oc oc'
' oc' cupatiOn, .controt ,of the
Zone:' Therefore 'what the Unit,
e0 States possesses, is the use,
occiiPatidn,- and control which
id in no cae the domain or the
sovereigntv,..-,,
;1 ,fttioi. according to the
stipulitient.oUtArticie 3 of the
canal Treaty; 'that while the
United, S a te s operates and
' prefects Abe Canal It ,can act
in the Zone as though it-were'
its iwu ease. But the fact
itbat person is invited to act
-Ala another, rerson's home as isek
:would :in' 'lilt own does rot
' grant' hhn anT title' o! demi--
'Aloft r .1
LitTLE PANAMA'2:
In' this respect, however, it
woUltitstenv that what is left for
Pit 11111164.M little:- a titular sove sovereignty,
reignty, sovereignty, 4or' a',container without
contents of 1111V kind. :
However, this is not:the ease,
either,;'
k Panama yeserves the rights'
which she did not specifically
trant. The. United :States; '-,foT
'instance. conld,not internationa internationaAte',
Ate', internationaAte', the4Canal Without, the eon eonent
ent eonent tepartamal, neither..could
it sell the ,Canal Zone, since Pa Panaturt
naturt Panaturt Old 'not eede the right -of
nronertv,'Ur the. soveregnty.i.
chuld", not eede or exchange the
said zone.'" furthermore. It could
not use' .it ,for any 'other endl
than,the operation and protec protectiort,pf.th'e,
tiort,pf.th'e, protectiort,pf.th'e, International public
hOtiti Ontrtisted tolt
,
' ranama therefore still enjoys
its 'sovereign rights., although
'she has 'granted to the Vnited
States the exercie of, certain
of these, ,sovereign rights for
Canal nurpOse. s'
Now then, such situation 'Is
not' neWAriArternational Law.
VOrina413.110,1 five years before
the"' Signing," bt; the Ilay-Sunau
Varilla Treaty. China granted to
RuSFIEL the exerese of -sovereign
riotts .in port Arthur:, -in, the
sameyearChina granted to Ger
many the exercive of sovereign
tights In Port Kia-Chau,' end to
Great.' Britain 'In -the, ..city of
IvSeteraI,L'yetirs' before, 10'1878,
Turkey' had granted. to- Austria--
Hungary the eXercise ot sove sovereign
reign sovereign rights..in Bosnia and Her.
zegoviria: and bran these cases
hothTtirkey and Chim reserved
objpyrnglitt.tpt sovereign
nightsir 1)4.,. ,- I
More exam,016 could be found
on silh,tect;
- RIGHT OF PROPERTY.',
' In the draft treatywhich Hay
delivered: to 13unau-Varilla Nov.
'16,- 01903,"-, it 4as'l said.. that the'

Although' the Taft 'Conven 'Conven'''itF"
'''itF" 'Conven'''itF" tiie
ed rwould acquire the
figlit4ct property in the Zone, r,li;"4!kril 3.,
Panamanian aspira tic n s, it
and on this point 811111111-Varilla (.1'w; :
nevertheless succeeded in solv solvsileCeeded
sileCeeded solvsileCeeded in' convirminq the s seretari'
eretari' seretari' of' State ,to ,omit any tton ..did not. Satisfy all the
rretote;rlinec:a,utsoe', ttrhanstsfewro,nold' duopmseti
the, ecoinomy of the whole con. ing fUndamental problems and
rkaorl DY interpretatiomot -th t t
' vention), which 48 3hat the Unit. in tit& sense constituted a hap.
e rea 17,

' verition),whion' .7,7tr,lav taw
States will have it'll jhey heed
for'the Canal and nothing more"
Poiktrotr:- the interpretation'
whi9h, the United States has
'fa', Article Of the Hay-Benne
,s-,3,arilla 'treaty. has- been 1 the ,
gouge. nf' '',1nr,,7 Weinman
-conflict.' beetinso' it ,,bas not
,Intern,ted as' part of
loteit-wrticle with 'more. force
than,' the rest.
C Z ADMINISTRATION
' Another matter that 'h a s
Caused difference of ,OPintOliS
concerns thesadministration of
the Canal 7one and the region regional
al regional interpretation',,of the Treatv
by the CanarZone.'
This, ; discrepancy originates
freauentlY when the application
of treaties' Is), entrusted to an
administrative denartment oth other
er other than the 'one that negotiated
It.
For, intante. the governments
of Panama end the United
Statos signed the Canal Con,1
yentiotivthroughl their officials
in clictrge .of foreign relationst,1
hut ther0,441Canal Zone was
turned Oyer to the Wor,Denart Wor,Denartmont,
mont, Wor,Denartmont, for -administration.
Now then, in snany Ingances
Polley; of' the leftders' of
'LION volt country bag 'Pot
hoer. rianifest ssinoe tb4 Treat!
of 190,3 come into efffigt.,
OCCUOIED AREAS
The Canal Zone Administra Administration
tion Administration decided In 1904 to occurIV
several- areas outside of the
zone specifically granted, con contending
tending contending that those areas were
necessary for Canal purposes:
they, inclUded the ports and

't:!, "!

,
, ,
oaes adiacent. An .3,nd titles of
enema' aria Coion, whim had
peen soecilically' exelunta-tfrom 1
Che be TJ of the
Hay-bunail 'truths., TrdiltY;
buch !, occupations -were-made
witnout env' agreemeut,, only In,
notitemit the-Pariamt4lart
tnoritiesv, teI.
' Executive '.ordersowero,,,issued
ati,erWarde to.conen-the,,Zone to
world-- trade., ftto' 'oaDPIT:
States' taritts Int the 'Panama 'Panamanian
nian 'Panamanian ports,. and. In sell. Ameri,
can 'stains in tne -Zona post, of,
!ices.
Wbat -!-,was,,, the c' reildt of
these !.first,',,directivest That.'
.thei,'peoplexat,,,Panama kAvere
placed'. much more' dist,.,
advantageous- : position than
1. that of their Latin Amerkan
beighbers, f they :, were
,, left without -ports '2' to .linport
their, merchandisev having, to
,,, pay ',American diltib'on 'arti
clea '-' imported frem Europe',
, and ,Asia Into' their -territory,
,'plus local duties.--
' addition; -Atli Osage,- of
American' stamps and the" aP-,
plication!ot United States', pos postal'
tal' postal' :ratee. tin ithe',.Zone! post Cf.,
flees ,11011 onlyohrought't anon&
the loss -of 'prestige, tot 'the new
'Republic, but also ,meant -th&t
people 'stopped buying ,the more
expensive Panama stamps; with
the corresponding;,fiscal loss tb
the gove,rnment,' ,: rte.
." s''
In view of this state-of af affairs
fairs affairs the,, 'Republic.' of 'Pananla
toolc the -,first steps to inodify
the treaty,, or': at least t con conI
I conI elude a sconvention interpreting
it, ',or r, a, ,modus' ,,operandt"that
Would', be" more' consistent with
the true .end of 'the convention.
, This' first tin. negotiations
Met Avith I ascots ',Twatabler,
: 'Americans;', President'.- Theo-2"
dere ,Rooseeelt and 'his Sec,retary-t
of War ,, William
, Taft, reaffirmed an different
occasione the fact that the
United ,States did not Intend
, to estab4sh' an' independent
', colony; v gesaited
' for 'thel tonstruetkm! opera opera,'
,' opera,' Hon and protection. of. the
anal.
TAPT,CONVENTI6N ':
,
" Taft Vigited Panama ,And ne-,
gotiated directly with Panama Panamanian.
nian. Panamanian. authwities an 'agreement
known,i ao, the-Taft Convention
of 1904. Volt u4;utioiroiw i
-The" said'. agreement ,',conSti-,
tuted a modus operancli ,,- be between
tween between the two governments in interested
terested interested in the canal. enter enterprise.
prise. enterprise. According to that con convention,
vention, convention, only merchandide ac ac'attired
'attired ac'attired by the tniterL, States
Government for. the Canal and
its emplp..yesl ,rould be Jrnported
into th; Voile 'fr4eLof duty.
',Merchinclise,,,., consigned to
Panama througli the Zone ports
had to be, dispatched by Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian ,cOnsults. abroad..
The Zone, post ,offices ,had to
use Panamanian stamos mark marked
ed marked !ICanal Zone;t.t. whiclv, were
sold to,the ,Government 'of tpe
United ,States at, discount.
An agreement ,was leached
on ', the. demarcation of .the
ports, which was, definitely in in,
, in, scribed in the Treaty of. Limits
Of,..1014.,:i4c1keci:...:0i.:1,:m,f,:,i
py interpretation" ot the treaty.
And, so Ahe American staP
of the 'construction of the Co Conti'
nti' Conti' could begin without th
terference of Panamanian pro protests..
tests.. protests.. ol ) 'r
thine ; the contrary,' $ht
Government pooule
PanPrpa, cooperated decidedly
in the sensational sanitation
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'campaign 'tindertaken by the
Governinent',"of the Unitei;
;;Sitea t(pef ,Ittlytfreaontlannttity.",,,rTehmeenplbeoe;
with,' the deepest -'' gratitude
'the names of William Craw.
ford:, Gorges and his assist assist'ants
'ants assist'ants Ross, Cartet;',La Gartfr
Spratling, Le, ,ryinee,...
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L. SAM 1 AT1ON 1
.
',.-'1.Tridet., the direction of Dt
Gorgaa :the scourge of yellw
feyer forever eradicate eradicatefrOm
frOm eradicatefrOm the' Ithrous; 'and malarir
which 'had taken' so many lie
was'reduce,
tei Milliraunl. --
,'The- aqueducts contemplate,,
in- -the'' Treaty' 'were' also con
structed Miring' this period, an(
ih 1914 'the, 'Construction-of th
Canal' was 'Completed...
,Thealliance between'Partant
' and Ithe'-',Cnited" States,' in pre
paration''' since, ';the tineteent,
centurykv.wat -to culmirilte dur,
therirst ;World whe','
Tountry,i declared war o
Germany.,and the -other eentrE,
'powers,.
',.;;DISCR'EPANCIES
Hwevei, althatigh' hi genera!
the- first,,,years' of the applies!
tion of ',;',' the Taft, ',Conventio.
marked. a period Of good-under
standing. between the-two counl
tries, neW dise,rePancieS 'aiose a'
the great,Presidents of the,Unit4
ed''StateCiehn -had 'participate,'
more i irt the initiation of th
work,: that ls :Presidents Roose
veit' and Taft; disappeared fro)
'the" political arena. -, . 1
:,. ,, Thus; for Instance,' ;the eon-;
; troversy -of -the ,!tommissariek
, !comes forth. ' '' .' .-' ; t
iin attordatscel, Avith the ,,er,'
!pulatAtonft tst the tria3,41unau,Vt
Tills, Treat3r, :the!. United State
,could import Ante tne Zone, frt
at, duty, Merchandise' necessar
and convenient tor the Can',
and its employes. :. ; ,. -
..
.
,..
' i ,r. tomr,;:ARIEs' '
i
,n compliance-with this prir
Eitile',. the United ttates: sin(
,
1904 oPerated 'certain establist,
ments known Its comrnissarie
which sold to the employei c,
the, Canal Zone, almost at cot'
.price, articles of prime necessit f!
13uch as foodstuffs,' medicine',
clothing, ete., within :the spy
of, the convention.. ... .. 1
infilloweget,' oils, tht-hyears wen'
,.13y,-, the':ZotiO,iauthorities enL!
larged more and more the con,-1,
' rept ot -"article 'necessary and,
'Post,- Exchanges articles from,
' aft parts of the i world,,. each
tinie -more ''., luxuelous, which
were -Sold in'' those, eltablish.4
ments ,,at -prices ,,, Which per permittett
mittett permittett Sto' competition. -' ''
'''94?LF4 I P.-k,i-',t 44 1,... ,. , ;I.
t-,,.3,vCONTkABAND ', ,0 1
,',As a, result Ott:Ili:situation v
bad the mast, spectacular con,
traband that !ectuld be imagin,
.. -Alio,' the.' 'onunlisalites sal,!
not milk ,to ,the! 'employe's of th''
Canal and 'the ,'Armed,t, Force:-
'but 4tilo' to. dintoMats accrediter
to Partami-fAtt ,vessela'. erossir
the 'Canal,'. ta 'neighboring:got
ernments, to sailorS it transitt
- SO. for Instance,' In 1923 fel
a,population ,of .25,000 who liv liv:
: liv: id in thcconil Zone, the con:-
miSarief -,ImpOrted annuaL,,
,', More ,omerehandiSe than the
2' Republic' of Panami imoorte
tor its entire population.: .of
'450,000;- ,; 4' t, .., ; 1
',And in spite tif the !fact th
I
the, number ..of, Canal employ,
y;',,R8 diminishing as the construk
tion ',Wait reaching ,'', terminatiot
the sales br.merchandise per ca
pita', were increasing' in; a mat',
rer', obsolutely :disconcerting 16'
the National Treasury' and tld
Pa ri et.113 n'l 011 cOmnierce. ,
EDIVIII,'S itIOTEt The remal0
der,of the text of4rias, spee(
will be published tomorrow. i
Todd's.
9114
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TI., CONTI., it:01M tOWS. ONC T ricrunn
PAS STARTED, NO ONE WILL I ALTOW ALTOWED
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