The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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"Lct the people know' the trzali anil thecountry is sale" Abraham Lincoln.

PANAMA, R. P., TUESDAY MAY 6, 195S

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, The parade -along Central Ave Ave,
, Ave, nue ended tit the presidential
palace' where UEU 'president, Car Car':
': Car': los Arellano Lennox and a dele delegation
gation delegation 'of student leaders were
received by' President de la Guar:
Arellaao Lennox presented
of the flags to the President
as it gift and shortly afterwards,
',-stith Mr. de: la, Guardia stand stand'
' stand' trig beside hint on the' balcony
,' of the Presidencia. the student
, : leader announced to the gather.
, lug of students and others below,
, the President's promise to nem). )
' t' tile,flying of the Panama
, ( nal Zone. 4
- Mr, de la Guardia, who fs suf suffering
fering suffering from hoarseness, excused
' bimself from speaking to the
student gathering.
'It SPeaking froth the balcony, ,Are ,Are.
. ,Are. liano Lennox declared that the
delegation' had. informed the Pre Pre,
, Pre, ,,sident that the students are' de-
, mending that the Panama ',, flag
, the 'Canal Zone before
any'bases be granted to the United
,".46tates for radar stations or mis mis.
. mis. sla ,launching sites.

!'.- The announcement that the
, President had agreed to nego negotiate
tiate negotiate the flying of the flag was
gieeted by cheers t from the
group below'.
,4 Ihe students wetre, applauded
- '$esterday as they marched along
' Central Avenue by people who
gathered 'on balconies along the
' route of the parade.
' The. demonstrators dispersed at
gin end of Arellano's speech.

issind. Curundu ,
',"'te'ciage Girl,
fothicl In' David
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A Curodu teenager who has
been reported missing tor sever.
al days with another American girl
has been located by Panama Nri.
tional Guardsmen in David, it was
learned today.
-Several clays ago, Henry Itosk.
Ins of Curundu asked Canal Zone
police to assist in locating h s
daughter, Patsy, aged 15. At the
time, he stated he suspected she
had gone off with another girl.
, Upon receipt of word that PaL
SY, anda co:npanicn had been
found in a 'hotel in David, the lath.
er, was preparing todoy to go to
!he Interior to bring his daughter

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j'ana.ma Will shortly open, negotiations with the au authorities
thorities authorities in Washington with the aim of authorizing the
' flying of the Panama flag alongside the,Stars and Stripes
,in the Canal Zone, it was believed irt well-informed circles
',today.
;,t. Such. negotiations would be the logiOal next step fol.
!Owing president Erneste de la Guardia Jr.'s, 'assurance to
Panama University students last' night.that his Adminis Administration
tration Administration will seek' to have the Panama flag flown. in the
Zone'. "!
It is' unditrstood that during negotiations leading up
,to the 1955 Retrion-Eisenhower treaty the-United States
declined a Panamanian proposar.to the same effort ,and
that ships'entering Canal Zone ports and 'transiting the
, Canal should fly...the Panamanian flag, atthe foremost
lona' witiv,the Stars and Stripes. It 'is customary forshipsi
entering port to display the flag of the cciountry in which
,
that port isiittiate,d.
The University students 'paraded through- Panatra
City, to. the' Presidencia last' night proudly bearing the, 59
fleas which earlier. yesterday had, been returned from the
Cartel Zone..2They litre 'the flags the students platited in,
'the Zone in "'Operatt,on Sovereignty.'1,. ..

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Panama 'will protest to the !tido
nesian government the bombing of
twoiPanamanian vessels in Ind.
nesia ports, Panamanian Consul
General in Hong Kong Angel Ve
ga Mendez said today. '--
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:In a hurritali tailed newa corr.
ference Mendez told 'newsmen
it since Panama does not mainta.
in
a diplomatic representative', in
Piakarta the protest will be hand.
ed in a note to the Indonesian am.'
bassador by 'our ,ambassador : in'
I ashington.": , .-- N
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Venderrevealed that his office'
hatralready sent a dispatch tP the
Foreign Ministry Pf the-PanamE
nian government informing'it of
the bombings ,of the two vessels in
Indonesian prts.,
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' Ihe Panamantan consul' elcneral
was referring to thekbomhing on
April 28 of the- 549 ton freighter
Moro and the 1,254 ton freighter
Flyfng Lark. ,,--
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The Moro was ,bonibed and sunk
at Donggla harbor, Celebes7 and
the Flying Lark wax attacked at
Amboina in the Molucca Islands
last Monday.
Wallem and Company, Hon g
Kong agents of the Moro, said the
vessel had a British master S.R.
Wood of Hong Kong anct 33 Hong
Kong Chinese -crew members.

House Gives Noct
On Bill To Revise
Canal ZonitCode

et lt, passed Abe -gouse utanina
,ious yestreda5Y

'WASHINGTON. Mav'- 6 (UP)
.House has passed and
suit to the Senate a bill prov provicll$e
icll$e provicll$e for the preparation of a
rev;siz of the Canal Zone code.
The bill mithorizes the Gov..
ernor,of the Canal Zone to ar arrange
range arrange lot the pieparation of. a
code of laws for the zone. On
comnletion it Would be submit submitted
ted submitted to the Congress for ratifica ratifica,
, ratifica,

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A crrY orankins banning
, advertising sound tfucks. and
store front loudspeakers was is issued
sued issued yesterday by Mayor Alber Alberto
to Alberto Alemin of Panami. 'City,
,,, The ordinancet also bans the
operation of juke boxes Or loud loudspeakers
speakers loudspeakers in bars, restaurants and
similar establishments unless
the volume control has been set
by a municipal technician and
a permit has,been, lowed, by the
mayoralty.

Documents turned over to:
- judicial. authorities .by former
President Jos. Minion -Guizado,
after. his sentence for -.al.'
leged complicity, In .the 1955
presidential assassination have
thrown, no neW light on the,
murder, according to
Gen. Hermgenee de la Rosa.
De la Rosa said the documenti
have not provided any basis for
new 'arrests in 'crinection In the
assassination' of President Jos
A. Rernn ort Jan,- 2, 1955.
The. attorney general, said' he
kis turned' over, the documents
V) pist. Atty. ,Francisco 'Alvara 'Alvarado
do 'Alvarado 'Iprosecutor -during the Re.
min assassination trial) for any
action ,Alvarado Inay deem,' necessarn,,.

The board 'of directors of tie
Panam. Newsmen's.,Union yes-;
terday unanimously' approved a
resolution in support' of the rot rotelgn
elgn rotelgn Office's denial ,of -visas for
ten, r,,F;stnri
Joret711. I ,.11:;ter
cable tne ;denial to 41,Li4e,,,..tur
Carlos -Icaza hi Buenos Aires
Yesterday 4n answer td a request
for instructions: submitted -ear-,
lie,r ,hy -f; 1
f' The 'resolution r
ithat' the -presence "of 'these
Sommunist agents here would,
' you!), 'serve dangerous purposes'
.inasmuclA as they, are 'aut.,'
inles of all freedoms,'partle:
ularly that of 'the -press'ct, -)

,
A decree authorizing $2,000,-
000 ,bond issue was signed over
the weekend bV President Ernes Ernesto
to Ernesto de la Guardia Jr,
' Proceeds from the sale' orthe
bonds wil be' used to build 14
orimsry school buildings, In the
Parisi:0, District.. .6-

In -addition, to losing -out' on
skinning $11 on' last Sunday'S
Nr,asco E. Cedefia laCeS a
possible, jail term of.1OE days for
venting, his rage an a police' of
beer. 'f
Cedefie called on a ,lration.:
1 al Guardsman for help Sunday
, morning when lotterr, Ven;,
dor 'refused to, accept a worn
1 25-cent !coin .,on' the purchase
of a, piece -of, chance ticket
numbered 06.. Cedefio- became
enraged', and 'threw the guar.
ter into the guardsman's face,,
when the latter. said he. could'
not-force the, vendor t,i) take'
a badly-worn coin. k. '
,' The-guardsman , inimediatelY
arrested Cedetio sind called, for
.radio patrol car. When the
Irowl 'car arrived,. Cedefto, 'who
',ad recovered the :coin, hurled
.t 'this time into the, face of a
:econd lieutenant, who, came in

tile car.

TANAMA VNIVET,S1TY STUDENTS parading to the rresidencla, last niglA with
' Which they had planted in tale Canal Zone in Operation Covereignty last Friday.

e. flags

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THAT WARISLING SOITi416 ; IS FRIdHITIVINer even 'If yoU think 'It's only' a Civil Defense
Alert. When it began : todal4 Olerks,'steriographers and executives trooped rapidly down' the
',well4Orn marble 'stairi "of ,'the administration building to' their, designated bays. One woman,-
lettiprovided: herielf with, a 'gOOd bboklor 'the long 'wait below stairs. Third man behind her- f f-
- f- Warner' Rbdimori,- whose Inisloif Itte. to 'keep defense 'headquarters posted on ship '',
'and 'harbor damage.. While 111e. fast' Dalai' bf ,Mirallores 'Lake water WOW& halve 'tossed 'ships
about in Balboa's inner, hae:;or,''. the boncensiis, was that there would have been no severe
daniage '!cause. '', ,' ,' ,,, ''-.!

,DEFNSE,111Arwas ,the BalbOa 41eIghts. lunchroom. This, was ,fine for early. birds who
beat the alert, gun and stocked, up on .7-cent toffee. But the counter stopp2d selling when
the siren blew., Most, evacuees ;content themselves with aroma until the alert ended.

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TRAINED DEFENSE WORKERS CONVERGED on the rescue center for the PacifIC side set,
up by pre-Instruction In the industrial area on' RooseVelt Avenue. From tills point, teants
,,workers were, dispatcheCts supposedly.. pe,eded. -.Technicians already on the, job had Instructions-
to stay there and await. orders. Others we're' -serit- to-maks-urgent theoretical- repairs....
CommunIcations toda,y were much better than 0 in : previous alerts, some workers believed.
Others saidjhe absence of 'a simulated bomb blast. arid of ,citi'mmy laodies" 1Y1111 around,',
gave more time for serious analysis of what the real thing might be.
,

,
(Att, the alert .ended, Canal
Zone and military liaison offi officials
cials officials manned the main disaster,
control center in the Balboa
Beights board room.
They soon received word'that
at 8:45 an atomio weapon of
approximately 1C0 kilotons had
rst';'' of 1 )(AO, t
Mircfloris. It was later describ described
ed described 'as a ,"missile" theoretically,
launz,hed from a submarine.
, 't 4 t
, Dian atudy:, showed' imme immediately
diately immediately 'that MiralloreskLocks
would be gone, Mirallores
i:Lake drained, the master War.
tter main for tbe Zone and
Panama City destroyed, along
asrith the filtration plant, and
Many highways destroyed ,or,
draged. 4
tater was learned thati in
theory one, passenger ship .was
atomized in .the locks, one
tanker destroyed as( it ap approached...
proached... approached... ,1
'41artt-hit were Coedit, and Ft,
Clayton, ..4with conside r able
damage 4' and easualtiee at ',the
towns of Pedro Miguel, Diablo,,
Los Rios- and ParaisoLl
The lock structures at Pedro
Miguel suffered n0 severe dam damage,.
age,. damage,. , ,"4 t 1,

age,

),, ,
, Disaster' control Points were
theoretically set uvi at Loa
Rios and Taraiso. Awns res res-
- res- cuc,ettorts were made hom
these points closer.: to the
blast center.

,
But under the ,new theory of
disaster control,,,rescue workers
were Ivarned, to be cautious,
not go too' close to the point
of detonation. ;
- Today's concept holds it 'use 'useless
less 'useless 'to wastethe lives of sur survivors
vivors survivors attempting to save those
casualties who will die anYwaY.
tinder the actual wind and
weather conditions today, the
secondary fallout would have
gone but ,to sea over Ft, Kobbe,
Arraijan and the Palo Seco
Leper colony., Persons in those
areas WOUl have required eva evacuation
cuation evacuation to avoid long exposure
to radiation.; ".'
Ono., amazing theorethial
conclusion was that the sec secondary
ondary secondary -falloot would have
been swept at a high altitude
over the Gulf of Panama to
be deposited ,probably Co CoAnyone
Anyone CoAnyone in an exposed Dog Dogtion
tion Dogtion In Ancon, Balboa, 3alboa
Heights, Panama City and
some of its suburbs would have
received some burns this morn morning
ing morning if they bad, been in the di direct
rect direct path of the aetual
But-people...Amide buildings,
inside automobiles or behind
walls. would probably have es estaped:.
taped:. estaped:. ". ,
At mid.morning Itswas "report "report',d"
',d" "report',d" that 1000 perions suffering
',Irris were headed for Gorgas 'Joh
qtal, ,,- ,
- Meanwhile the power supply,' of
'le hospital knockel out in the
ilast had been reilmed.
At the main control POillt at
lalboa Heights, one of the first
,rderrissued. was that there would
'e no. water used for firefighting
,r similar purposes.' Thoogh Can Cant
t Cant reservoirs were not' !destroy.
I" it was felt that all available
inter would be needed for drink.
ig and could not be spared for
..)iumercial purposes
Panama authorities were-1'no
'tied" at once to apply oringeot
water conservation procedures.

A sober Sense of 'the ?ravitY of potential danger to
the Pancimi,Canal; and' t e Republic of Pcnomi
acterized today's Civil, Defense exercise embracing el
civilicin and military areas of the Canal Zone.
, Similar 'exercises' are being held today, throulhaut
the continental United States and the Dominion f
, Today's Operation Alert 1S3 was the most 'all en.
compassing ever held on the Canal' Zone. It was also,
from initial reactions, the ni6st efficient,'
: From the time the 'warbling signal went off at 8:33
a,m. until the close of the alert signalled 45 minutes let:r
Zonians took such cover as they could find. Only,Gov. W.
E. Potter,was abroad ,with a safety aide to ohserve ccm
pliance, and Canal Zone police to handle traffic.

'rho Compafill Panamega
Fuerza y Luz was theoretically
asked to begin supplying tomer
gIncy power to the Zone thron
the Curundu converter stations.
, A 10:00 a.m. a prefficiton (if rmn
oYer the disastr,r area would 111
bronaht hope h) rf,x1;it
During the alert today, iss me.
ny patients and personnel es
' could feasibly do so took cover
at Gorges. Some nurses' stayed
with nonembuientpatients.'
In ,theory, the hospital's next
step wotild have been to send
home all patients who could walk
or readily be tmoved. This would
clear the hospital for the serious.
jy burned or,injured.

, :Gorges bad also asked for plan
es to trattsnort patients to Coco
' Soldtt Hospital. As soon as radia
tion,hazaed left Corozal Hospital,
othet. patients were to be sent
there.
'It. Gos;. Hugh M. Arnold was
In direct charoe of the theoretic-
al rehabilitation at the main
rontrol paint, assisted by Civil 4,
Defense Director, P.' L. Dade,
who planned the exerciag. John
Nollen acted as chief of opera.,
tions for the project.
Though in an actual attack, re.
din Station CFN would nrobahlv
have been knocked out, It staved
tho air to serve its role of in.,
structing people.
',A message broadcast from Pot.
ter asked Zonians not involved in
rescue, or onerations work to stay
at home and remain under cover
as much as possible and conserve
water,
' During his Insnection while the
alert was on, Potter saw only two
cars 'moving. Incoming traffic
from Panama was blocked off at
4th-of Julv Avenue, Potter was P
comnanied by Safety, man M.
Maillard.
.
,At Balboa' Grade School, Pot.
ter sew all. children lying en
their.stomachg on the fioor, with
their arms un over their aers in
the position that will csive mot
protection. At the High School,
puoilc were properly placed In
- ,
,'Petter also visited the refugee
and, eontrol center in the industrial
division area where rescue wo&
erg assemblo4 oro,notly unonr the
guidance of Jack Randall, Within
In minutes or thet en,1 or tho "tort,
100 rescue w9rkers' had arrived.
Shins- theoreticalli "caught" Its
the blast were the Ceramic,
hound frem New Zealand to the
United Kingdom, and the tarlter
Melanoaer with a rrow es 53. The
Ceramic was in she locks v',1
the siren went off.

There wore seven ttillt in fta
Canal, irieitidinq filf, Ct SIT
yesqls vuore in Balboa, a dot-1
In Cristobal.
'
Varying reonrts 'of eAqtrl'!'l
esese in as tho 1,xercise cont
Mnst porsonnet 1),.n
Art ;ter; rehirro,1 to thcir
thnuffh officials hiw?,
ahead on the proldcroq 1

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days.

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mur er, according to ; Atty.'," --...:'; 'i',:..0.::.:',.,.',.,:,..',.;;,:;..:',.. ',.'...).'.:,.'-',....':,:;,:,.:.',::.,''..,-:4.: ":"gg.:-.',.:::;.:,..:,:.',:., '., '''...;.'",.:,,i:-,:4,::.,;,...":,:',';';i:.:':,:. : ,"; Similar.exercises are being held today throu,.haut
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'''''',' 103 Arellono Lennox- ,and a dele- A, II' ,-,.. -. ., ; .- ,,, '.... ,,,::.'- his turned. over, the documents .................. ........ .. , .
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r...1... Arellaso Lennox presented a, : se : Alert. -! When ;it began', Oda, clerks,'istertographers 'and executives trooped rapidly down' the.
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'-.'";,', as it gilt and shortly afterwards,'r. 'ilONG ICONG,', May' il -(1.1P). ..',' ',-;,,-,Allts,' is'Canti. WarnerS';' Rodimmi,' whose Inisioif. Wa to.'keep defense 'headquarters posted on sh p ,' .. -,- ,'.-, '.., ' '' , ' -, '
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'and 'harbor damage. 'While lite, fast' outfall br-Mirallores 'Lake water AVOUld halve 'tossed 'ships -' The
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, I am what is known hereabouts as a Canal Zone Bratborn I
and brought up in the Canal Zone. This is.my home and the
people 'here are my people. And with every passing day I am
am more and more amazed at the siltuation that is developing
between the Canal Zone and PUMMEL.
I can remember no time L with the exception of Arnulfe
and his "Panama for PanaManianS" theory when there was
such Rabiblanco and anti-American feeling demonstrated both
in 'speech and manner by PanaManianS as there is today.
Granted that there are many injustices and inequities on both
sidesthey are things to be dptermined by time, and by level levelheaded
headed levelheaded international statesmen of the 'quality of Dr. Ricardo
Alfaro and Henry Holland meeting to discuss and deterraine the
actions to be taken for correction. Hotheaded charges thrown
daily against the Tivoli, the Credit Unions, and so forth or
' students planting Panamanian' flags in the middle of the Prado
will accomplish nothing except inflaming feelings to an even
, higher degree oe anger.
The Canal Zone could turn around and put Panalna off limits
to all military personnel, and the civilian employes could declare
a boycott of -all Panama merchants. And this could further fan
the fire. But where would it all endnP? As with the last Treaty,
with the little and middle men beign hurt. , ,
No one who was as drastically affected by the Treaty as the
Panalnanian employe in the Canal Zone will claim that the treaty
alined to help the "average employe." He lost housing, gasoline,
commissary and other privileges for the honor of being goulted by
his fellow countrymen. , ,
And yet, on the whole, he deserves no sympathy becauie when
his fellow employes have tried to aid both hint and theMselves by
establishing Co-ops, how much help has be given? He can't even
be bothered attending an annual meeting., much less doing any
, actual work. ,
Without a doubt the average Zonian ls a smug, complacent
individual who thinks that the Lord made him better than any anyone
one anyone else and "the Panamanians are getting just what they
deserve." He is not interested in the problems facing his Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian co-wbrkers -- and I say "co-workers" advisedly. Not
1 "friends". Because the situation is equally as bad in, reverse.
. The Panainanian employe of the Canal Zone is glad to know
'his US co-worker in the Canal Zone, but never invites him to
his home and is ashamed to have to introduce him ohould they
meet out somewhere. One set of friends for this side of 4th of
July Ave. and another for the Panarna side. Something should
be done about both of these attitudes.
-It's about time we aa realized a few facts. PanaMa, which
the Zonian claims, may want the Canal. I don't agree. But the
United States won't get out.' So, how to get along the best way
possible? As near to friends as we can be.
Maybe we'll never be bosom huddle, but at least let's let the
stable, thinking people on both sides get together and talk. Sure,
, it'll take a while. And certainly it'll take determination On the
part of the Panamanian statesmen. But, don't forget the US
has inany interests everywhere.. And rather than having -a
reputation of being 'tight" and sticking the small eountry, isn't
the US known as Uncle Sucker? So why can't we middle people,
the grep,ter majority on both, sides Of the Line, cool oft the hot hotheads
heads hotheads and refuse to take up mental arms, against our fellow
workers and neighbors. ' '
"Justice,Will Out" may sound archaic in thes day but the
US is built on pdnciples which Panama as a nation and a Pece'
pie would like to follow. It is hard to see how people who have
so much in common can allow a few firebrands to brirtg them
to mental -- if not actual-war upon each other,',
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Headline: oStudents Plant 50 RP Flags In CZ'', All outstand outstanddemostration
demostration outstanddemostration of communism in action. It is noteworthy that
, the students were given stirict instructions as to where they should
go, how they should act, and even that they Were to lvear coats

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e sp n a eous action of these pink() students took the
Canal Zone authorities by surprise, and the students were allowed
to plant their flags without hindrance. I suggest to the police,
however,' that these young hoodlums could have been arrested
under section 603 of title of the Canal Zone Code. This section
provides in pertinent part that: Every::: person found within
the Canal Zone without legitimate business-, shall be punished
by a fine of not more than $25, or by imprisonment in jail tor
sot more than thirty days, or by both."
. r say these gangsters were within the Canal Zone without
legitimatebusiness, and should bave been arrested and trted for 3t'
their violation of theCanal Zone law.
f r
These punks went unptmished On their surprise invasion o
the Canal Zone, a land-lease granted to the United States. in
perpetuity under Article II of the Treaty of Nov. 18, 1903, as
modified by Article II of Abe Treaty signed on March 3, 1936,
ratified by ,the United States Senate onL July 2p,,- 1939, and g
proclaimed by President Roosevelt on July 27, 1939- 1
should like to invite the attention of these flagplanting
punks and their adult advisers to Article III of the 1903 Treaty
relative to which country has exclusive 'jurisdiction over the 1,
Canal Zone. The Article is as follows:
' "The Republic of Panama grants to the 'United States all the
rights, power and authority. within the zone mentioned and
described in Article II of this agreement and within the limit of
all auxiliary lands and waters mentioned and destribed in said
Article II which the United States would possess and exercise if
it were the sovereign of the territory within which said lands and 1
waters are located to the entireexclusion of the exercise by the
rtepublic of Pananla of Any such sovereign rights, power or 1
authority.'" t
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This part of the treaties existing between' the Unite S a es
and Panarna has not been modified. The ordy thing that bas I
changed is that in the treaty of 1936 and again, in 1955, the
-United States 'yielded bit& to Panama certain islands and other ;
t:Irritory.
I HOWeVer, it ,retains exclusit& Jurisdiction to the extent it
'rould if it were sovereign over that territory still necessary for
Ithe operations sanitation, and defense of the Canal. All this fuss 1
'tobout "sovereignty" is just so much begwash,, used by -the anti antigringo
gringo antigringo eleinent of which the Kreminv and its folldwers are
intasters, as a tool to support their-silly contention regarding who
ts, the sovereigri over the Canal Zone.
: It is true that title to the land in the Canal Zobe resides with
the Republic of Pitnarna. However, this is a case of landlord and
tenant in which the United States has been granted tenancy by
, the landlord (Panama) in perpetuity, '' e (
Hence, under the laws governMg landlord end t6rant, the
palled States is entitled to the exclusive possession of the leased
Troperty, and is also entitled to peaceful and undisturbed
ilurisdiction thereof, including the right to post its leased property
t :;ainst trespassers of every kind.
I can't even guess what the Canal Zone administration may
with regard to the "flag-planting" incident. do know this,
owever: I have a 17-year-old boy in high school who I am sure
capable of taking care of at least a half-dozen of hoodlums
' uch as those who took put in the flag incident. I have directed
4,', int to enlist the assistante of his friends, and should 'these
, anamanian students attempt to repeat their stunt my son and
-is colleagues are to descend upon them,
Finally, I have told my son that in respect to the Panamanian
'ag, he is not to desecrate it or in any other Way show disrespect
I ,r it, but to spread it over beaten and bruised face of the
' 'anamanian students who have demonstrated by their com comtunistic
tunistic comtunistic actilims that t,hey have no love or respect for their
- urge all Canal Zone high school students to keep an eye
,,ur, for any repetition of the flag-planting incident, and to turn
ut in force should it happen again and demonstrate that it is
angerous forthem, to openly and deliberately Insultihe-Untron
1 Ltates of America in the manner they did on last Friday.,
Whim Wright ".

' By VICTOR RIESEL
'
That nice Ambassador Nenshi.;
kov, the 4remtin envoy wao
cracks quips here as fast as whips
are cracked there, is about to re receive
ceive receive a distrubing note not
from an American statesman but
from an- American steamfitter.
Ihe debonair diplomat who re represents
presents represents the master builders of
Socialism be told by the
steamfitter that the Russian Em Embossy
bossy Embossy in the, only such corps in
Washington which refuses to use
union labor in the U.S.
, The embattled steamfitter ts
John Holden, executive siere sieretary
tary sieretary of the Washington, D. C.
Building and Construction Trade
Council. Holden tells me that the
Russians have, for year ignored
the capital's- unions on embassy
repair, construction and refurbish
ing work as well as many deli-
veries and fuel supplies. AU this
comes to considerable Moscow
gold, especially in repairing their
underground -- by which I mean
their cellar, of course.
You see, there's n underground
river which runs beneath'some, of
yashington's hotels $3, well as
the Red Embassy. The stream
backs up periodically and floods
the Soviet basement and the ele-,
vatorhaft and whatever else
they keep below. Unless they want
a soggy underground they have
it bailed out regularly.
Until recently the Washington
Building and Construction Trades
Unions said to hell with the
pumps and minor work of the
sons of Socialism. But then came
k major Embassy project, 1 ,,
Se far as ive know, the So Soviet
viet Soviet Embassy Is scab all the-way
and has been as far as ws can
remember," Mr. Heiden told me
the ether day- "Rut rot to lens
ago wo loarmd that they wore
going to put up a two.story,'
'million dollar office annex.
That meant 10V lobs for our
men- So, en Dec. t, daPart daPartmont
mont daPartmont dispatchod a noto.to Sar.
gel S. Voschnow, at that tims
filo Sovist Embassy's First Se Secretary.'
cretary.' Secretary.'
"We said: 'Dear Sir: W,e note
that the, 'Russian Embassy-' con contemplates
templates contemplates building an annex-,We
wish to offer you our assistance
and Cooperation. We would-ipnreelate
the opportimity of i'lleeting
with, you, to 'discuss this- matter
at your, earliest convenience,.
'The ,Washingon Building and
Construction Trades Coucil -re-,
presents the highly skilled and
completely trained building trades
men who are members of the'
AFL-CIO Building and Construe.
tion Trades' Dept.. and we feel
certain that you, will want to use
their services when you build yOur
new office ,building.
, 'We are in contractual agree agreement
ment agreement with the finest builders in
the- country and don't hesitate
to recommend them for the nein neindid
did neindid type of building we know your
government will wont. Trusting
that we may bear from you short shortly,
ly, shortly, snd offering you every Aissist Aissistonce,
once, Aissistonce, I am very cordially yours.
The letter walt mined by the
' executive secretary.
Mr. 'Holden rooirts that he is'

longer srust
1 bill waltino. but oo
to avoid any resemblance to vagrifits. In other words, they were I: ""' ""1'1"" "Purr In" no Is
fully instructed and urged into this action by mature adults. '
The spontaneous action of these pink students took VIC Ina' The APL-C10 !nosh have
Canal Zone authorities by surprise. and the students were allowed "W boon waiting more than
to plant their flags without hindrance. I suggest to the police, four, months' for on answer.
Tho have boon
however,' that these young hoodlums could have been arrested Ignorod by the
under oection 603 of title 5 of the Canal Zone Code. This section Embassy of tho "workers' gam
provides in pertinent part that: "Every::: person found within 'dise," lust os thoir colleagues in
the Canal Zone without legitimate business, shall be puniSbed othor unions havo boon ever
by a fine of not more than $25, or by imprisonment in jail tor the years. ,
,
set more than thirty days, or by both." -' -,
. '" say these gangsters were within the Canal Zone without Mr. Holden recalls, that last
legitimatetbusiness, and should bave been arrested and tried for year the Red Emboss wanted to
,
tpeir violation of theCanal Zone law. f touch up its resnlendent Gold
., These punks went unptmished On their surprise Invasion of Room with gold leaf in anticina.
the Canal Zone, a land-lease granted to the United States. in tion 'of the celebration of the For.
perpetuity under Article II of the Treaty of Nov. 18, 1903, as teith Anniversary of the Soviet
modified by Article II of -the Treaty signed on March 3, 1936, Revolution. The Art-CIO Peint Peintratified
ratified Peintratified by .the United States Senate on' July 25,,,- 1939, and ers Union wanted the Job. There
proclaimed by President Roosevelt on July 27, 1939.. .4' , would have been work for a score
1 should like to invite the attention of these flagplanting of painters for a month.
punks and their adult advisers to Article III of the 1903 Treaty But the Soviets' refused to deal
relative to which country has exclusive 'jurisdiction over the with the men who would lieve
Canal Zone. The Article is as follows: , gotten higher wages than did the
' "The Republic of Panama grants to the 'United States all the ron.nnion gold leeders. However,
rights, power and authority', within the zone mentioned and the Russiane did boy a new 130
described in Article II of this agreement and within the limit of 000 rue for 'their diplomats' tend tender
er tender feet. i
all auxiliary lands and waters mentioned and deseribed in said
Article II which the United States would possess end exercise if To add insult to all illis. 'Men',
it were the sovereign of the territory within which said lands and i.dilkov aiid Co:. are wooing union'
eeilers in an "Ooersolon Tennis."
waters are located to the entire'exclusion of the exercise by the "qperation Team" hegins :with
Republic of PantUna of any such sovereign rights, power or
, routine eptoti from the So ,I t E
1,,,e ei.
authority.'" t , , , , bass to toY
Y toY U.S. unions asking for
This part of the treaties existing between' the Unitea States such things as copies of union
and Panarna has not been modified. The ordy thing that bas
changed is that in the treaty of 1936 and again, in 1955, tbe !2n!titutionsl speeches or releaes.
-United States.yielded back to panama certain islands and other ll
t he unions reply, as,some do
,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,, .. ,,,,, ,,,,,,.,,,,,, Fi. of sheer courtesy tri this cul,,
, al excha ste,
n Passion. one of the
', , However, it ,retains exclude& jurisdiction to the ext t it 1
, en uss an Embassy off
idols sends
:would if it were sovereign over that territory still necessary for asi social i 1 1
nvi at on to the union
Ithe operations sanitation, and defense of the Canal. All this fuss leader t
s o come and visitfor tea
'Ebout "sovereignty" is just so much hOgwash,, used by -the anti- and symeath ,i i
i
gringo element of which the Kremliiv and its follewers are Mr. Hold Y. p; ' ''
ears to believe
lmasters, as a tool to support their-silly contention regarding who That the tiemn sh'
ls, the sovereigri over the Canal Zone. ,, X ', , RUSSianS e 31 coMe foe the
to practice vt
,. hat they
: It is true that title to the land in the Canal Zobn resides with nreach about the 'Krim class.
the Republic of Pitnarna. However, this is a case of landlood and Re will writ d
e irectly t9 the Am
' tenant in which the United States has been granted tenancy by begged ,.
the landlord (Panama) in perpetuity, ,,-- e s ,,, (
Whet say you t
o thil, Comrade
,,-- ...i... ha 121vm gnvprnina landlord end t6iant. the Menshik00

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THE BROADWAY REPORT
Broadway is more 1DEe Broad.
waY again with the Lunts, Hel Helen
en Helen Hayes and Katharine Cornell
lighting up marquees. Theatre roy.
fitly leevee ulm.making is a
mighty industry. A S150 million an.
nual biz thi Madison
Avenue bellyache is-the subject
for an enfigotining essay in Page Pageant
ant Pageant The Goya film, biog will
show Ava Gamer in the. nood
The nudiful shots, 'hoWever Aire
forEuropean audiences only: darn
it How do you income a star?
Diane Varsi toiled as a model, a
restaurant hostess and a candle
factory packer beiore the., B g
Break Motion Picture mai has
a shocker about Montgomery Chit:
"Still a young man, he would seem
to have eerything th live lor, yet
it is said be wants to die."'

Maria Schell Hat It Made. She'll
earn a half-million $ for flickers
Christopher Fry's "The First Firstborn"
born" Firstborn" took its time about reach,.
log Broadway. He authored it in
no "Threepenny Opera," the
Olf-Broadway marathon champ, is
now in its thh'd year .4 ,Betty
Hutton ignited the TV screen with
her charm, talent and all-around
sparkle. She knows bow, to light
a fire under a song .4' Lee Remick,
who co-stars with O.' Welles in
'The Long, Hot Summer" movie
describes Orson in interviews as
"a very strange man." Hummm..
Critic Brooks Atkinson's adieulo.
gy for George Jean Nathan: ,"The
Great Bookkeeper has closed
George's account, It show that
George had a good time."'

Bing, who lust proclaimed Ms
desire to retire, mane three retire retireMent
Ment retireMent announcements during k-the
Pest two yearS. And then cnanged
his mind Jim (Maverick) Gar Garet
et Garet earns $1500 weekly, whick
peanuts for a major TV star
Gander Dorothy riart's torso via
"Pantomime Quiz." Her get-whiz
assets make teevee wortn, seeing
As if there iXn't enough trouble,
Brigitte Bardot has deciared war
against Jayne Manslietd. May the
best chest win! Tht Land of
Happy Residuals: One TV film se,
ries is now starting its sixtg re rerun
run rerun Over 15 million, radio sets
were sold last 'year .. Sudden
ThawV.- A performer who caret
take a rap doesn't deserve
Shirley MacLaine, now a (major
star, was a chorine in the Broad Broadway
way Broadway version of "Oklahoma-"....
Bing and Kathy have co.starred .n
three national mags during the
past month Lana)) spring-board
to stardom Wa5 the film, "They
Won't Forget." For appearing in
that movie, she earned $51,.Who
remembers when Calypso was sup,
posed to replace R and R?
Robert Hope has been all over th.e
dial, guesting on thisnthat show.
He always makes a bad show good
and a good one better.,., Wil William
liam William Holden got his Big Bretle AS
co-stax, in the "Golden Boy" mov movie.
ie. movie. For his emoting, he was paid
VA per week.

credit for
should be
Jerome Weidman's upcoming nov
needs '-a vc
el, "The Enemy Camp,",will pro proshould
should proshould be s
voke mucho comment. A cinch 'or
best-sellerville. Random' Ho u a e
publishea ... Ed Wynn's big yen: 'limit Jo
Wants to do a TV Western. A how- ga's contri
dy-podna saga with laughs would tog of a do
be a novelty ... Eijucational note: .. Have a'
When friends cal, you a !s 1 0 b, ..,.
Vogue mag reborts, a psychiatridt
Imows 'it's passive
,.. Jacques Benny Is a mighty for-
hostility.!' (Ot UNVEIL,- 1
tunate man. Has had the same TONBRI.
qmonsori tor 15 years ..,Dave Gar- A plaque
roway's infanrheir has the most cans and
elegant gag: David Cunningham in Britain
Garroway VIII. (Hi. Dooddool 1 .., grants we:
Loretta :Young's, quotable 'philoso. Tonbridge
phy: "Just do,your best and keep awards ,tr
maldng your best better all, the tO North
time. Never do less than thatand recognitior
you'll get the best front' your job. to British
A bad notice won't hurt you a Stateg anc
good one won't spoil you.' (Troo.) War, IL ,:
.

and besLaelling tomei, Steve Al Alien
ien Alien composes songs. 'turns out 3
tunelr a week. A remarkable taL
ent. bwidentally, remember the
good old TV, days when Steve
Allen made the midnights cher
taining?..The TV version ,of "Dia!
Murder" retained t h e
Broadway hit's tingle-zingle .; 0.
"The Visit" is the first serious dra drama
ma drama starring the 'Ants' in almost
two dbcades Dani,Wynter was
a lovely additiowto the- "What!s
my tine?" panel. A brainy bead
When Percy Haninaond w m s
scolded '6y 'actors, he observed:
"A performer who performs. as m
critic never give4 a good perform'.
sue." Right.t. -

The halia, trophy !oes to corn.
Muter's deacription di Bardot
via The' New Yorker mac,
young lady as intriAtely tontour.
ed as a clover-leg intersection"...
Anna Magnani launched her tar.
eer as a nightclub larki..l'ourteen
Ostar.winners (during pie past
decade) are no longer employed in
Movieville Panic, a'new satiric satirical
al satirical mag; is chucklewortby.', Rem.'
inds you ot the old Ballyhoo week;
ly ;.. Expose: Errik k iynn once
nunted headhunterS In elevi Gui Guinea.
nea. Guinea. (Now he's, a giri.hunter)
"Wide,. Wide World s" latest wat
theo rchid among its Many posy.
rating shows. Explored the origin
ia'way.11'wood starouil.
theme we have frequently emplOy.
ed here.

Consider yourselves Warned
folks. Five new Westerns will soon
beldded to the load ot TV sadule.
faddlersAdd wars: Critic Dwight
Mac Donal and novelist 1.1 a m ez
Gould Coztens. '"He's Got the
yhole World in His Hands" IS now
I It it It click. But it only soundi
like music the way Marian Ander
son en-chants Pfccadilly's longest-running
dandy is Agatha Chris Christie's
tie's Christie's 'The Mousetrap.' It openeo
in 1952 Numerous hoofers have
been major stars on Broadway and
Hollywood. Strangely, not one has
clicked big in teevee ..; The ;ore ;oregoing
going ;oregoing reminds us that the '''soM
shoeing ih I.'The Music Man" is
simply dansational At least V- 1
nited Artists, has faith' in the filni
industry's future. It will' release
36 flickers this year. Cost over $60
pina Merrill, Cosmopo,
litan's oover.honey, is' Grace Kel Kelly's
ly's Kelly's good-lookalike.

' A Madison' Avonuo shop is of offering
fering offering 24-karat gold nal polish,
Look mag just ain't a gentleman.
Reports that Lisa Fonssagrives,
the famed model, is 46. She looks
26... Marlon Brando, attracts pub.
licity giving interviews which ex express
press express his objections to the demands 1
of publicity. Silleh Michel Le Legrand's
grand's Legrand's "Castles in' Spain" Lp. is
crammed with, exciting Spanish 1
tempos, especially the bull.fighting
root-a-toot ing Kim Novak's luc lucky
ky lucky numberis 3. She was born Feb February
ruary February 13th, 1933. at 3:13 ayem.
(Some males will argue her lucky
number is two.)
,
,More and more' tievet stations,
according to Television mag, are
going in for editorializing, Hodray I
WS about time TV gave viewers
credit for having brains.. Teevee
should be more than sound. It
needs -a voice. And that voice
should be strong, honest and Intel.
fligent End of editorial...Saga ma maga's
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tos photos of a doll name6, Anita London!
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UNVEIL- SCHOOL PLAQUE ,
TONBRIDGE, 'England (UP)'--
A plaque donated,,by Arnett,
cans and Canadians who studied
in Britain under Kinsmen Trust
grants was unveiled yesterday at
Tonbridge choo 1. The trust
awards travel and, study, grants
to North American students in
recognition, of the ,schooling given
to British children zn the United
State and Canada during' World
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lion per MUM; There is never a
recession in the take-a-chance biz
Candor is beccming more and
more candid. Suzy larker, for ex example,'Sbe
ample,'Sbe example,'Sbe bkintly in:ormed re,
porter, Joe'' liyams: ,41, give all
newsmen Individualized stories be because
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LAUNCH' SUPER-TANKER
,TRIESTE, Italy UP0-:-The 30,-
120' ton "Esso Trinidad," sixth of
a series ot 12; super,tankers or.
dered by the Esso, Company; waS
launched here yesterday. The new
tanker- was Thristened by' Mrs.
Margaret ,Morgart,- Vile of' Cecd
Morgan,.a member of the board
of the 'New Jersey company, The,
vesseliVav-blessertbt Msgr.' Gia!
cinto Arnbrosi-, !Inman e Catholic
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,WASIIINGTON At the close
of the year 12.;lb the Justice De.
partment issued a press rzlease
boasting of its record for prose.
eudng income tax fraud under.
Eisenhower. The record, which
aimpared Eisenhower prosecu.
tions with previous years, omitted
one extremely interesting fact.
.
was:

'' The -year1949, when the Jus
tice Department had a higher,
record for tax proseucution.than
any under Eisenhower, the as assistant
sistant assistant attorney : general In
charge of tax prosecution was
T. Lamar -Caudle, whom the
Eisenhower, administration has
now prosecu'ed with A dogoed
relentlessmss which gives the
.
Cau-ile cast all the aspects of
another Dreyfuss case. Caudle
: convicted 849 In '49, the Eisen.,
II hewer ...administration 531 In
1957. 1 ...,
; '''.! -
' Theprosecution of Candid con..
tree& with the brazen MAACK in
which the Justice, Department de.
laved for 14 months a grand irry
investigating Congressman Adam
Clayton, Powelleafter. he or 0, e (I
Negroes to vote for Ike in 195o,
, T.' Lamar Cavalt. a smallOwn
North Carolina lawyer, did a,. good
-lob. of proq.elltin:.11eSe CABO S.
' He WAS B 'MIA $10111, at eirat. was
subjected to all sorts of political
nresapre.: and was eventoany, he
el bv Troman, afror ttST fcond
that Caudle ,M;PI4 friendly to the
111,t1 11,rry bad 42,4,11od an SOM.
0.11;1 .case which, Caudle' proso.
euted..and for, whkh he h, in
ill now helne ',..nr.le 1,1 ed.'. was
tht.."or lryi;at Sat,ha. operator of
"Shoe-R.3,1es" in St. LoLlt". Caudle
Proecotedi (gemmed a ,PoillyP'oa.
Poi collected fines totalihg :$04..

--Subseattently,,-htovevcr,- Candle
bps, been relentleah'v f.triter,t,:o fc,
the point of trrsecittion Pli Plisent19e'er's
sent19e'er's Plisent19e'er's Jitstice Deeartment be 1
cause he did 'not 13nd Sadie' to
tail end !valance- he -0ePelveti tan)
rtheee calls from White
'from,,Trutnan'a s,ecregary,
Matt Connelly,- ene in Srptember:
1949. -silddecting ,l'"na34th-nnintont
heeanse Sadie rattnency TT y
sehlyintn,er. halt haqrt -attack;
the whet on net.26..19,t(t. rimcfr,'
Ines that Pehwt-1,000 was in W,sh.,
inqton and wou'd like !el see'Cau see'Caudle.
dle. see'Caudle. 7 7'
NO MONtTAqY REWAR07",
,'rbe- Justice Deptirment. In bro.
secutink Ventre': Fag -e,,chnitted, be
received' nq't retard in
the,'Sachi nrott'ut nrott'uted'
ed' nrott'uted' for .',"denii.tal. the' e d
,5taleS;of het setvices.";.-
, ,Thei chief' char,te regarding ,,
defendant ,a,he,.was: an, pileptle
and Ed :nqt 1)0 hie, stand
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judge Roy t,ot
woo had th ri,co,on.
Followirg lizitry 6'cl-.1 ho homer,
mer, homer, Lttorn,y kr Sachs, reL011
ea in Caud:i s naive wihotit Cau.
dle't knowing ::e ot 1 S of
an Oklaho nw oil it'351. h e a
Caudle Caseove.-crt is he r21,11,.
ed the ro-)a.ty chi!,:ks an,d Lau..
celed the te,mse.
Matt Connelly, who has insde
the two phone calla from the
White House, received iv. buits of
clothes and one topcoat.
' no brief for' Connelly;
though it's interesting to compare
his gifts with the several- thou.'
sand dollars worth of free hotels,
free whiskey, free auplane ,tra.
vet,. and free TV sets received be'
FCC commissioners under Eisen Eisenhower,
hower, Eisenhower, for part of wirch they
tnrnefl 'round and collectel 'rep
U.S., taxpayers.
.
, Caudle and Connelly weretrie
1 under vousual,--if not amazing,
circumstances. -
- The teal begam' in St. tOuis
few weeks before the, 195S GOP
convention,' when 'the GOP.' had
to make all accounting on it an.
ti-Truman charge n' "Corruption,
Communism. and Korea."
, Lin ontil that time tt bad come
up with. no cosruption prosecu prosecutions.
tions. prosecutions. '; '
',Two members of.- Abe juVy,
(tohtle Provo eOd Mrs. (If ele
IToffman. had been 'members nt
the woroott's Peotthlican Flub
Montgnmery City, Mo., and- Mrs.
vailfwtee'e son' was ,teeasorer ,pt
th local Penoblican Psrtv,
When Lesked bv the JoI've re reoartrmg
oartrmg reoartrmg their -political affiliation,
ho,rever." thtiv n t
and the Justice Denartmeent soh sohseottentiv
seottentiv sohseottentiv petosed 'to rev,r4 this
ap ;motill,141 P 'Ver MIL
nneirl the tetel, eistriet
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-iudve Ruby Volen-wai u n d
heave mo4h-olov -tor ',,litntar
nression. and a few dPvy' after
th4 114,t sivrievm:
,
every Amerlean hal 'the cight fd'
a fsir ,triel by to jrnifs
miwt. Clear.' the Jostice Y;e."''
eartmeto hes refose4 ronsidets-'4
Jode Often's' Condtt ion ifs-7,1
groundS for' a new 'trial.

ne!ton and wouid like ',43 see'eau. .rnliovving I
-a' a 3 vv Nil. th tr i 1 tei
ile. ,- 7 ;' J111,leg N. 1404flock,
: inent St., Louis. nhychiatrist. who
NO MONETARY REWARD' "; w"ab:e::::1071):::;deehsvtiPew:arnliot:111;::'
: , davtt, stating:. "He (Judge Mien.):
,the' Justice Deptiemirtt. tro.
Tenting t2suelp": Fat -r,dmitted he vedative.- AK, the Arid. Drogresse
'ectived oe't-119 retard in it ,Was necessary. for the indte tfP,
he,'SsOts ,11; was oroelfut. fake more and more of this ineti,
id' for"deni-tal. the' ynixe ication, He continued to be in it
ititek:of Ills' heat, setvices,H,,, state of melancholy and had he
,Thei chief' char,i.e regarding ,, not been- ht daily sessions in the,
lefendant ,Nho,.was: an. tpilept!c court' would ;-'have ennsidcrel ennsidcreltnd
tnd ennsidcreltnd ,,n4t Ile hie, to stand ,presdribite,ahock trestMent., 1-10,,,,
pr.-rigor A elleir: electric( A therkov, involvet
However, 15 was'. U.S.. district temporaty lost of memory." ,:.,
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)ne administration may ,,NN3,----r 1.----1. needs -a voice. And that v e I c e "'
ddent. I do know this, V 0 best.sellerville. Ranrlom Ilo u a e !should be strong, honest end inteh .; :, ' ,, -, ' , -., .';', ,,
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.. aga ma. ''-' office space.' .: .. new beauty and utility . .'
:h school 'who I am sure
ga's contrib to gaga: Ohbo, pho.. ,. , ,, , .. .. e ,
aalf -dozen. of hoodlums ., 1,, dy.podna saga with laughs would tos of a doll name6 Anita London ,
Lcident. I have directed a : k be a novelty ... Eijucational nett: a' startling statistic: Anal b dd d i' th I '
- have' cen a e n e- atest models. Their economy .'
!rids, and should 'these I
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,heir stunt my ann and Vogue mag reports, a psychiatrist mt., ' ' .,.'. 2' -' and iir,acticability ilf amaze you. ,' '' -' --'
a, s . 4.,,:y imows 'it's passive hostility.!' (Ok UNVEIL- SCHL PLAQUE ,
pect to the Pananlaniati i.. Jacques Benny Is a mighty for- '' , '', - , ,, : 1,. ,, ,- ., ,.
aer Way show disrespect tunate man. Has had the same TONBRIDGE, 'England (UP)' 1
Our ReiriserillatiVa Will be glad to help you achieve tailor made working areas.
id bruised face of the 4, - '' 'sponsor' tor 15 years .-Dave Gar. A plaque donated,,by IS Arnett,
astrated by their cora- I, Id:, roway's infanrheir has the most cans and Canadians who ,. studied -', '-' ',' - ' ; : ',- ,, '
elegant gag: David Cunningham in Britain under Kinsmen Trust - ,,, -,
ve or respect for their i -'1'
, ,, , in4.4 ,oe;P Garroway VIII. (Hi. Dooddoot) ... grants was unveiled yesterday at , ; . ,
p-,,,, go ,, I': p; Loretta :Young's, quotable 'philoso. Tonbridge Ai c h o o I. The trust , . -,
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tudents to keep an eye ,,
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ag incident, and to turn' '' I. lp" Coas '" phy : "Just do-your best and keep awards travel and, study, grants , coTy
making your best better 'all, the to North American students In ill iii Las si t Nal
I demonstrate that it is ' 464( Iv ii,k1.4
, 0 qz,11 time. Never do less than that,,and recognition, of the Jfhooling given ,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,, ,,,,,.........,,.....-,,,- -,-,..--- .- , ---
, , fa , you'll get the best front' your Job. to British children in the United ---30Joss Foos ds la Ossa ,
,crately insultAbeuniz,
4- did on last Friday., ' . Tel-2-2010
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MOLLYWOOD (DMA), Dialing
Around: ',Mter a season of watch watch.
. watch. inft:!The Gray Ghost"- o it twit
those "damn, Yankees" on TV ev.
erk,week, an old southern codg codger
er codger !in Nashville cornered Todd Ao Ao,
, Ao, drews during a personal appear appearance
ance appearance there and grinned:
liko to hove your auto autograph,
graph, autograph, son,' and I want' the an an-
- an- swer to lust one question --- how
' come, we 10,St the war?"
'Add Andrews, who plays Col ColJohn
John ColJohn Mosby I in the Civil: War
rebel rakler series, 'laughed back:
d "Save youn Confederatev,money,
Yo0.6 The-South will. rise' again."
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, Rop. The-South wili rise 4 again." .
,AS YOU MAY qlave guessed. 1
' "The Gray Ghost". is as popular
.'. as' sorghum, and biscuits south ol
the, MasomiDiseni linettAndqafter -,,,,:,
a tOur thrOugh Dirieland,, 4 Todd DO
says: "They ,greeted me as if ,i '
were ,Robert. g. Lee reincarnat. WI
, ed.-1 was amazed tolliscover that !t
tl(e people of the South are ,still Lel
', liVting, the war--with humor." tJ ..
. yoducers of 'Mae Gray Ghost" '',,
. ase mighty hatvy,, too,- about the 7,,
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, success 'of ,the show "up norm. on
- The seriewas blueprinted to be
AS entertainkig., as possible with. 4c,
out v offending iether sidee- but 7
' there was some worry about its
' week..after .,. week outsmarting -of ...
, Die Union army, .. i: -
, :The show is filch a sue,sess.
,, though that ': Gregory Reck says ,.'
bill filni, a movie starring him. ...
self as Mosby', He may have; to .,
hiirry; however, because "Ghost" '';
producer Lindsley ., Parsons -, bas
the .34me idea tor Todd.. ,-. ., ,'
, A MOVIE 'WOULDN'T be iome
. thing 'new fOr the Buffalo, N.Y..'
, bre Broadway and TV actor ',
, w,hose click in ,the plaY, "Sum-
mer -and Smoke," brought him to
gollywooa ,00ee before, Ida LuPi.. :,
nop ooducing films hi 1950, star. -,
, red Todd in one titled ."out.rage" :
"Todd isn't saying it :, w a s an
olitrage, but he did ten me: ', "I
rushed right back to New York."

sl hate to mention this but
nbrthern fans of "The Gray
Ghost", will be delighted to hear
Its Yankee producert have out outsmarted
smarted outsmarted a lot of souterners.
, Much' of the filmed ''' action, to
date, has occurred In Virginia
abd When Todd made his 4iouth.
ern personal appearance t o u r,
sbores of fans asked him: ,
a"Is what part of Virginia.; do
y'pu film, the show?" -
' The star had to tnfess that a
ftw of -the shows were filmed
near Sacramento, Calif., but one
sbction of the San Fernando VaI..
qi.ot far from Holl3rwood,
I4oked 'even. more like Virginia,
atd that's where the action is
filmed. I ,
4 To bo brutal about'' if, "The.
ray Ghost", location aro in tho
inorthorn part of, the San For For.
. For. Send Valley,:
4, THAT "SAMANTHA. ,GIRL"
, the Marerick series Diane Brew.
inle--the lead opposite Blenn
Ford in Columbia's "Torpedo
Run." ". .Ed Wynn nixed an
ot, her 'publisher i-- the seventh
Who wanted to print his We sto.
11,y. "It's not finished until. I'm
,, gone," he's saying about the
ordage he's putting down on
tape. His will leaves the tome to
, ston Keenan. -4 .CBS.TV is paging
'O. B. DeMille, Dore Schary and
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ST. LAMBERT, Que. (UP) --
Hbirectors of L. E. Waterman Pen
KemperIndustries-Inc
' announced jointly Tuesday they
bave agreed on a merger of the
two firms, subject to stockholder
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other bigtimi movie producers' to
'help guide Playhouse, 90 next sea season.
son. season. A rotating idea for bigger
and better shows."
A pALm SPRINGSpoker
, game brought Desi Arnaz and
Texas Oil Millionaire Clint Mur Murchison
chison Murchison together the othEr night.
when Clint tossed a beavy .bet at
Desi, the fellow ,who loves Lucy
said: .

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"Y0(1 pliet
bught a studio,. far
, To which Clint, replied, with a
big grim' "I just bought a ranch.
It cost $6,000,?00: just, to. Auk, ,11
'fence 'aruund ,
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New switih 'for at lest
new eastern series next fall. Bill
Joyc, star of T r a in p'1,,
on, NBC, will not, carry a gun,
Hosa going fro 4 talk-, tho man
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Written for NEA Sin-vice

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WEST EAST
4111C10 464
VAK38111 "93
V2 AlOeS4
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' SOUTH (D)
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Noldt and South vulnerable
South ,West North East
16 2 It 31a ; Pass
446 Pass Past Pass
' Opening leacl-V
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. ACE Gutowsky of Oklahoma CL
ty, former Oklahoma AILAmerican
and Detroit Lion star,. is also
quite a bridge player.
In today's hand Ace used the
six of trumps to deliver a key
block against a vulnerable game..
North'i jumn to three spades
was a rock bottom minimum but
he felt that, two spades was in.
adequate and any other ,1 bid
would get-his skle to game any.
way. Actually time no -tr u
makes because of the spade
break but there was no way that
North could see this and certain.'
ty if game were to be bid 3.1our
spades looked Ike the,best spot.
West opened the king of hearts
and continued ,the suit after Ace
played the nine. Since dummy's
queen ,,of hearts was nigh at irick
three sit behooved 4,ee to ',rum
in. Most'phiyers would ruff auto
matically with lite our sped but
Ace noted that the' six -might be
verY Important card N" if used
right then and there.-,
l'Ilence he' did 'ruff with' the ,six
spot and now, declarer had to
way to limp bome,with the On

,
, If he failed to overruff be was
down automatically so be had to
use his lack.,blow the king ten
in the West band became At sure
trumn t
, If Ace had ruffed with the four
declarer would have been able,
to overruff with the five and then
fineSse successfully against West's
king.t :

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t---The bidding has been:
North East South
I Double, Redbl I -0
Pass :, 3 4 1.- 4 4 'r
Yoi; South, : 4
41I 4.. 4,31,441 S',11,4
What,'do you dot .. i
- 16;Bid four spades.' lime one
, b fooling hut It shouldn't be yogi
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, TODAY'S QUESTION
The bidding 'continues with
Ave diamonds by West and passes
by North and East, What,clo you,
South, do nowt
' : Answer TOMOITOW

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,

itzcr Prizes For CLastanding Journalism Cluj

NEW YORK (12)--The Arkan- s
sas Gazette of Little Rock and v
its executive editor, ,Harry S. ti
Itsbmore, won Pulitzer prizes s
yesterday for outstanding journal c
lism during the integration dis- s
'pute in Little Rock last falLt e
The newspaper was cited for d
meritorious public service. Ash Ashmore
more Ashmore won bis award for editorial h
writing. Federal troops were sent t
into Little Rock by President v
Eisenhower to enforce a court a
order for the admission of Negro
children to the all-white school. s
The newsapper's award said the c
Gazette demonstrated the "high "highest
est "highest qualities of civil leadership,
journalistic responsibility a d
moral courage in tbe face of
mounting public tension" during 4
the crisis. Ashmore was cited for 4
th e "kircefulness, dispassionate 3,
analysis and clarity of his editor editorials.'
ials.' editorials.' - 1
It was thi first.time in .the 41.
year 'history of the, prizes that a
newspaper4 has won two awards 1
for coverage of the same story.
The awards, established by the 1
late Joseph Pulitzer,. publisher of
the St. Louis Post Dispatch,
were announced by the trustees
of Columbia University'.
The Gazette won a gold medal.
The other awards in journalism
carried a stipend of $1,000 each.
The prizes in letters and Anusic
were $500 each.
William C. Beall of the Wash Washington
ington Washington Daily News, a Scripps.
Howard newspaper, won the
, photography award for his picture
captioned "faith and confidence,"
which showed a policeman help;
ing out ,,a- 2-year-old boy at a
The New York Times won the
award for distinguished reporting
of international aft air s. The
newspaper was cited for its "dis "distinguished
tinguished "distinguished coverage of foreign
news, which was characterized by
' admirable initiative, continuity
, and high quality during, the
year." It was the first time' the
award Val given to a newspaper
rather than an individual.
, The Fargo (N. D.) Forum won
d. in local reporting un er the pres.

up to the minute reach
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Television &Ilk Cendl lionLvt
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sure of idition time for its "swift,
vivid and detailed news and pic picture
ture picture coverage of a tornado which
struck Fargo on June 20." The
citation laid a "small but skilled
staff put out a complete tornado
edition within five hours after the
disaster." ,
George Beveridge of the Even Evening
ing Evening Star, Washington, D. C., won
the Iota 1- reporting award in
which deadline pressure was not
a factor. lie was cited for his
"excellent and thought-provoking
series 'Metro City of Tomorrow,'
describing in depth the urban
problems of ,Washington.",:
Bruce M. Hanks, of the Buffalo
(N. Y.) Evening News won the
cartoonist award for "The Think Thinker,"
er," Thinker," which was published on Aug.
10, 1957. The cartoon depicted the
"dilemma of union membership
' when confronted by' racketerring
leaders in some labor Unions."
- Clark Mollenhoff,' Washington
correspondent for the Co wle
Newspapers, and Reiman Morin
of the Associated,Press won equal
priz a for national reporting.
Morin Won his award for his
coverage 'of the 'integration crisis
at- Little Rock, and Mollenhoff
was cited for- his "persistent in inquiry
quiry inquiry into labor racketeering
which included investigatory re reiorting
iorting reiorting of wide significance."
Columnist Walter Lippmann ef
the -New 'York Herald Tribtme

was given a apecial citation for forthe
the forthe "wisdom, perception and high
sense of responsibility with which
he commented for many years on
national and international a:
fairs." '
The broad wa y play "Look
Homeward,, Angel," written by
Ketti Frings, won the drama
ward.
The late James Agee won the
novel award for "k Death in the
Family."
Ray-Hammond, 'II, retired as
sistant secretary of the Federal
Research Board, won the history
prize for "Banks and Politics in
America: From the Revolution to
the Civil War."
The poetry prize wint to Robert
Penn, Warren for "Promises:
Poems 1954-1956." ,
Samuel Barber was warded
the prize foe distinguished musL
cal composition for the score of
"Vanessa," an opera presented at
the Metropolitan Opera House last
Jan. 15
The prizes were awarded by
the tmiversity trustees onthe re recommendation
commendation recommendation of the Advisory
Board on Pulitzer prizes which
met at Columbia last,, month.
They are administered by' the
university's Graduate School, of
Journalism. ,
An t annual scholarship for an
art student was not awarded this
year. z , ,

:ion By Gaiett Fgr Coverage At Littb Roth Or ile's A Frcud,

SAN TRANCISCP (UP)--Evangelist
Billy Graham say' either
Jesus Christ it what he claims to
be or he is "the greatest ,fraud
ever to walk among men."
"I a ceep ed him, and he
changed my life," Graham told
an, overflow crowd of 18.500 at
the, Cow Palace Sunday. "He can
change yours."'

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"Or Thanages and is'.1 reer,lea
homes dt)n't exist where there
isn't a Christian civilaation," he"'
added.

- Graham said that people ofter'
say. "Billy, I can't understand
the TrinityGod the Father, God
the Son, God the Holy Spirithow '-
can there be three persons in
met" , N

'The 39.year.old evang ell s t -0E7 -;
opened- the second week of his "And I tell them mv answer-.
San. Francisco 13ay Area ciausade 'I don't know!' he said. "No
by outlining the influnee of human mind can grasp it you
Christ on. history, culture, the must accept him on faith."
arts and people. "Christ lived only 33 years,"
"There are four attitudes you Graham said. "His longest Jour.
can take toward Christ," he said. ney was less than a hundred
"You can ridicule him you miles. All his ministry was in an
can reject him outright you area the size of the state of
can neglect him) or you can Rhode Islandyet, he has kens.
receive him. I'm asking you to. formed history and after 2,000
day to accept him." years has millions of followera all
Graham told his audience he over thel world." , ,
didn't see how any woman cotdd
reject Christ. A Graham spokesman said Sun.
"In parts of the vorld where day'a crowd boosted the eight.day
Cluistianity has, not gone, woman total to 135,500, as compered to
is little more han an inimal. ing the New York crusage. ,
Christ elevated women," he said.
Graham said he. did not see The spokesman said 593 re rehow
how rehow labor leaders could, tum sponded to Graham's plea to
away',,, from Christ because "the "aocept Christ" Sunday, bringing
labor movement,began 300 years the total "decisions" to 4,374,
ago,by a few. Christian people compared to 5,071 for the sume,
who felt a responsibility to their period at Madison Square Gar.
God and their neighbors." den.

. obtrage, but he, did tell me:.',1 ;,,,.:: .1. '..-,;,-,-, 0 '',' lj V ',,,, I ....,:, : .-. I) : -,:7, : ,' ,- ',:,. i
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, smarted ,a lot 1, of "souterners. -,.. :' ,'' a r ,
- ,, Much' of the filmed action,- to ;" g swli441, ''' i 1 lilt' ''Ioriata.itia' ''' aal'A HI ' ' ',.. I
datehaS occurred In virginis ,:"..-...:,, at VP ;- .. ,00vtev, 7., rr-11-1.pi,tvim;. ryuptrytt",,,,,' ',, : ,, -. :., ....,..' A -. :,;,. -..; ,, -. ,...., .,,i ,, ,,, ,,,.
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, ern personal appearance t o u r, -i, ".. s' ,,.,,.., :.-, .,-r -., ; ., , ,',-,,-- r, :: : : .,.: : ,, '1,:" ., : ,' ': '. ", -; : : ,';-;,-..i.',.,:,,,..-,,,:,::-,;:', :',--.1;.N....',,.:? ':., , ,,
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' ,sores of fans asked him: f -:, , ,, :.: ., .- ... i', E Dorado -th: 1)c.c., worlcrs foiled hood I .. .... :,,,,- ' ',',-.".-;,-,;.,",..i.:-,, -::-.!-':1- -,,-,...'.. ,..,. ,, ,,..: ,.' ,', t -.;: :
- ,: .,,Is what part of Virginia.; do : '....- ':.., '',-.',...:;.:,-,",-;:t, .!'''. '.. , ;. -- ,,t ... -' ... .. .,' ,, .,....',..-:'. ,' ..', ., -', .':-; ; ,''.-',,'::;,:',.:',;:';',.....;',,..',:r.;. '''', :'' :'''''-''''',. .t , ', '- .. '..7-'. ,.-.','
y'pu film, the show?" -. ; 1 : : : ,' ..- ,, , ': ,. ,',' .; ,,..- 1.4--: ''',...k., ,- .. : : -:'. ,.' ..: :. ,, k :,, 1 : ''. : .-
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- ftw of .the 'shows were filmed ', ..--, : ''', ,.. '' '' '..,... ; ,', .' ". ':,' ,-- r ''' ' ''' '' -': ,'', : '' "-' ..''''- ':;' -,':', ;.' -;,''' ', ''' ''' , ,,
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and that's where ,the '. action is -,-, ," r i ; i ; , , : 4 ,r,- : ., , ., : , .....t ,..,:,s,,,
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GENERAL AND MRS. RIDGELY GAITHER WILL BE
HOSTS AT RECEPTION AT QUARRY HEIGHTS
: The Commander in Chief, Caribbean Command, Lt. Gen..
t Ridge ly Gaither and Mrs. Graitner will entertain at a recep recep'tion
'tion recep'tion on Frivay evening from 7 until 9 p.m. at the QuarrY
:Heights Officers' Club. ,
The reception is in honor of Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Louis
..V. Hightower and Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Paul R. Weyrauch.
General Weyrauch is replacing General Hightower as Chief
of Staff of the Caribbean Command.

Fort Gulick Officers'
Wives limo Lotto '-'
k Guutac 0Iiicers' Wives
Cluu neiu a Dienvemaa Despe Despe,
, Despe, onus' co-lee xrivay utuariug 1.4)
,welinma Ars. Lnarles zar.y to
the Lulu auu to ulu isrewwl 1,u
those leaving ort Guhca ana tne
Istinnui tor oilier assigamens.
Mesaames titunermo Dater, tiny
Bawer. ituuy 33esi,,t ernanuo
?qua, Ininush, Jolm
tiaibey luosk, George &again,
Lotus Maru-io, times PereA,
Autne, Jean seioert, anu Ro Robert
bert Robert l'owusend were presentend
twiin souvemrgais wow Me Lain
by Mrs. Arthur Townsend.
Rocs, Visitors
710 noquoto :
Among recent guests at the Pa Pahamonim
hamonim Pahamonim itm buquee nave Deed
Loi. ana uhrieton S. Snead
wuarry ileigui,s, Dr. ana
Mrs. Guillermo Laapinan and
ouan h. Znerman trom i'anama,
anci Mrs. william Joseph Line Linepeiger
peiger Linepeiger Lrom ktorlua anci mr. and
Airs. A. W. Linagiust, Mrs. Irma
Nauder Looft anu ars. Marie ae
Lege Irom. Caluornia.

Gortild Pierces
'Parents tn Daughtar
kt. and Mrs. Gerald' Fierce of
St. fetersburg Fla. have annotMe annotMeed
ed annotMeed the birth of a daugater, Cath Cathleen
leen Cathleen Annette, on April ou. blaternal
- grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Ataiph rrangioni of Curundu
Heights whi.e the paternal grand grandparents
parents grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jerald
Fierce of Miamt,
Bed Cross Gray Ladies'
to Be Capped At Ceremony.
, The Red Cross Gray Ladies will
have a capping ceremony at the
Chapter House on Gaillarl High Highway
way Highway next Monday at 8 p.m. All

ladies who have iomPleted the last
Gray course and their period of
probation at the hospital will be
be capped are Virginia BI BIquie,
quie, BIquie, Jean Sullivan, Elanor Mc McIthenny,
Ithenny, McIthenny, Irene Fountain, Beverly
Jaggers. Connie Cain, Nettie Halt Halter,
er, Halter, Isabelle Newhart, Alice Vescio,
Josephine Smith, Henrietta Alexis,
Jeanne Ferguson, Deena Leonelli,
Eva B. Pleas,' Ruby South, Bar Barbara
bara Barbara West, Dorothy Powell, Rita
Cain, Rosita Thome, Verna Ray,
Majaritt. Holcroft, Gerd Gordon,
Anastasia Cullum and Virginia
,
Each Gray Lady Is permitted
o'ne guest at the Lunction.

Jam Hannigans Will
Spend Vacation int US
Mr. and Airs., Joseph Hannigan
and weir daugnter, ratricia, were
among those sailing for riew York
aboaru tne b. b. cristoual on batur
day. 'they will go.tirst to Colorado
to attend tile gray:illation oi
daughter, Alice, from college and
tnen,go to Lexington, 01
accompanied by &ice and Diane,
Who has compieted'ner Sophomore
year at the Col Orado college, to at attend
tend attend the Wedding ot anotner dauga
ter, Mary Ann, to Mr. Robert Al,
len Mactoono., The wedding win
take place in Lexington on June
14th. Hannigans son', Joseph
Jr., will joi his tamily atter com completing
pleting completing his sopnomore year it the
pniversity of Massachusetts. ney
will visit witn relatives and friends
in New York for the .summer.
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. BACK TO IIIETIBII:110X0 RALLY '-
, Speaker: Rev. Theodore Epp,' of Linoofn. Nebraska,
of the Back .to the Bible Broadcast, heard 'daily on
'. 1:10X0 9.00 ctn. '
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f 7.30 pm. -: Balboa Heights Baptist,Church '' .,

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the most terrific assortment
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a beautiful selection of article's Mom will love.
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Each notice lot inclusion In this
column should be submitted is
iltsxwrittes form and mailad se
the box numbot listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise." et dolivero4
hi tilled to tho office. Noticils et
' meetings cannot be incanted by
taitphon&

Albrook Officers'
Wives Club Mseting
The' Albrook timers' Wives
Club will hold their final "Hail
and Farewell" co fee of the sea.
SOa at the home of Mrs. Truman
Landon on Thursday at 9:30

Fort Clayton Offlosrs1
Wives Club Meeting
The Fort Clayton Officers' Wives
Club will hold their monthly meet meeting
ing meeting sod coffee Wendesday morn morning
ing morning at 9 a.m. at the Fort Clayton
Officers' Club. The Club president
Urges all members to attend as
this will be the last metting of
the season.
Albrook' Officers'
Wives Gams
'The Albrook Officers' Club will
hold the last Game Day for the
season on'WednesdaY at 10 o'clock
in the Main lounge of the Albrook
Officers Club. V

GPO Elks No. 1542
The regular meeting of the BP0
Elks No. 1542 will be held at the
Elks Home in Brazo Heights Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. Several new'
members are scheduled for ini initiation.
tiation. initiation. Dinner will be served at
6:30 preceding' the meeting. All
membcrs are invited to attend.
Balboa Woman's Club
Card Group to Moot
The Card Group of the Balboa
Wornairs Club meet on Thurs Thursday
day Thursday May 8, at 12:30 p,m,, at the
Pt. Amador Officers' Open Mess.
Mettibers pluming to attend ire
asked to call one of the following
hostesses for reservations: Mrs.
Gertrude Smouse, Panama 3-6465
Mrs. Hazel Brooks Balboa 3527
or Mrs. Mary Aanesen, Navy 3137.

WIZO Will Hold Too
Honoring Mrs. Eisen
''' Mrs. Aaron Eisen, ,wile of the
Israeli Consul in Pahama will be
honored at a tea given by the Int.
ernational Women Zionists Orga.
nization at the Beeficencia brae.
lita of Panama' Thursday aften
noon at 2:30. Mr. and Mrs. Eisen
are leaving panama on May 17
!Or
El Paninii.I'lailets
Soda! Club Elects

, ,At a meeting held recently at
the Alaincarto Balboa by El Pana.
ma Waiters and Bartenders Social
Club, Rupert Hoyte was elected
president to serve for a period of
stx months: ,e ,

Other officers elected for t he
same term were Cuthbert William
secretary; Stanley Baumont, tree
surer, and Alfred Blackman; busi.
nest manager.'
Plans are in progress for an
installation Party to be held on
June 16, with an old fashioned fish
fry as an additional feature.
The club also an outing in the
near future similar to one spoil.
gored by the club on Easter Ifon
day.

Tht juices of 8 different garden.,
fresh vegetable' I are blended into
this famous drink. You'll love its
lively flavor, and thrive on ita
I
' vitaminjacked goodness. At
mealtime or between meals--V-i
SO
, gives yoll the refreslunent
you want, and the nourish nourishtnent
tnent nourishtnent you need.
4,)
la imps something In people wits do things

Cretr Emr,nsts
Scince, Orc:d
By Col Ilickerscn

Col. ,l'ohn C., Nickerson chose
"Seience In Education" as t h e
subject of his address to the At,
Jamie side PTA at, their recen4
meeting.
Col. Nickerson stressed the need
of MOre mathematics in the
school curriculum and urged the
promotion of creative thought Ind
a critical attitude as'one way to
improve-the chances for survive;
in the present atomicminded era.
He. suggested tliat perhaps one
reason why the United States .15
still in the position to make great
strides in the field of science
is that there. is' a confidence in
individitals here which is notably
lacking in many countries abroad.
- The speaker emphasized that sci.
ence need not replace other basic
subject matter, but it .must be
more efficiently handled. "Present
programs,' in many ,cases, do not
offer sufficient' challenge to the
young student. Perhaps the way
to attack the problem Is 0 allow
for earlier attack bf mathematics
, and' o permtt less selectivity of
subject matter at a time 'when
young people are not able to se.,
lect wisely," be said.- :

"Many stu6ents are mentally
mature at fifteen, and can best
handlt assignmens with are made
meaningful to tnem. Therefore, if
a student knows that, in order to
achieve his goal, tnathematics is
required, be wilt attack it eariy
rather than late in s o o 1
career," the speak tr added Xol.
Nickerson suggested that with plan
ned programming, less emphasis
on the extra curricular achieve:
ments, and adequate discipline by
parents, It is possible to train
the high school age student to de.
velop the creative thought and cit.
,tical attitude necessary o 'make
sciences a real challenge to a
greater' number of children.

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COPENHAGY'N Mai 6 TR',
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles called in the U.S. ambas ambassador
sador ambassador to Moscow today to mill
on the latest Srviet moVes while
the North Atlantic Treaty Orga.
nization foreign ministers' meeting
was in full swing. ,
All 15 NATO countries were
heading confidently toward t
greement on what conditions they
will put to the Soviet for an east eastwest
west eastwest Summit conference.
With Russia delivering a new
batch of notes,,she delivered at
least one each yesterday tit, 'the 1
U.& and Britain and two to 1
FranceDulles was summoning IL
S. Ambassador Llewellyn M.
Thompson on the hop from Mot
The 'us. delegatimi saM Thomp Thompsen's
sen's Thompsen's arrival in western Europe
had long been planned in any case
because he will be attending the
conference of II.S. ambassadors to
Euroopean countries which starts,
Friday in Paris with Dulles giv.
ing the opening talks. But the
movingup of Thompson's flight or orders
ders orders came as a midnight a u
prise.
, Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei
Gromyko delivered notes to
Thomoson as well as the British
and French ambassadors to Mos Moscow
cow Moscow yesterday notifying them that
Russia would agree to continue
preSummit negotiations wfth one
western ambassador at a time.

BURROUGHS GETS ORDER
WASHINGTON (I1P) A S13..
811052 contract for digital cont.
puters has been awarded to Bur.
roughs Corp. by the Air Force.
In addition the Army let two con.
tracts totaling $4,362,108 for tele.
typewrtter equipmeat te Klein.
schmidt Laboratories. Inc.. subsl.
diary of Smith-Corona Inc.

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1BOOTIFULBetty Frazee fills
'the billi-as well,as those huge
Ifisherman's boots at Silver
!Springs, Net result:j a
pretty piFture. ,

Allah tic Sidi PTA PTAVI
VI PTAVI final
Iliy 19
, 11,
The Atlantic Aldo PTA will hohl

their last meeting of tho yeeir on
May 19 at ::90
ry of the South Margarita 'School.
The program will he under tha
direction uf Mrs. ,Clara Jorstad.
who present the Cristobal iiigh
School str'ng ensemble, There will
be 501QS ; by individust memiiks
string ensemble, Ther.) will bY
other young rousiciam0
' The new execulave board
be presented along with idther i items
tems items al business. ,',' ,

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FOR SMALL FAVO ea eatures
tures eatures tf Mrs. Jay Ball and tip
of tweezers, at left, emphasize
minute quality of this dried driedflower
flower driedflower arrangement.. Entrants
had big hopes for their Small
efforts during a ,Minneapolis,
Minn., flower allow.

TAKE 1THE STING OUT
GOETINGEN, German (UP)
West German scientists have
taken thb sting mit of making
honey. hey have produced a
stingless bee, theLower SaxonY
Bee Institute announced Sunday.,

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'OTTAWA (UP) Next step in
the study of Canadian Unit. Id
States relations should be a visit
by Canadian MP's to Washington,
officials at the U. S. Embassy
said here yeterday.
Support for this stand came
from two Canadian legislators
who met with Reps. Frank Coffin
(D-Maine) and Brooks Hays (D.
Ark.), authors of an 8,000 word
congressional report which accus accuses
es accuses the United States government
of a "patronizing" attitude toward
Canada

An embassy spokesman said
Hays and Co Lin during their vis visit
it visit here, came out strongly in fa favor
vor favor of a look-see!' trip to the U S.
capital by Canadian parliamen parliamentarians.
tarians. parliamentarians. ,
, Richard Bell, parliamentary as assistant
sistant assistant to Finance Minister Don Donald
ald Donald Fleming, said, in an inter interview
view interview the congressional -r p or
opened the door for a Canadian
group to go to Washington. Such
a visit would have, use:u1 results,
he added. ,
Bell 'wag one of a group 'of
MP's 'who met .ilays and Coffin
during their January visit to
Ottawa. Another of the group,
Wallace Nesbitt, parliamentary
assistant to external affairs min.
I ister Sidney..Smith and Canadian
delegate to the United Nations,
also has expressed himself in
favor of such a visit. Official
Canadian comment was not forth.
coming immediately.
The report was a page one
story in Canadian newspapers,
but there was no immediate edit
torial comment-

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On Dismal Note
MASPET11,,N,Y. (UP) The
suspense ended on a dismal note
yesterday for Muller Dairies; Inc.
A gunman held up Timothy Da.
50, the firm'a office manag.s,
er, Saturday just as he was about
to put two canvas baga in the
night deposit vault of a nearby
bank.
Dahill managed to dr00 one of
the bags into the vault before the
bandit slugged him and grabbed
the other one.,One bag contabrid
$1,782 in cask- and s $16,011 ''' in
checks. The other contained only
company records.
The firm had to wait until yes.
terday when the bank opened to
find out whiCh bag the bandit
took,'It was the one with the
cash and checks.
,
' 'Gadd' Example
NMI WP), r:
Bondi, 19, and..ltemio Moore,,18,
who had belonged to a recently
disbanded street lang, appeared
on a television program last Fri.
day to discuss' juvenile delin.
quenty.

Bonds and lloore, both Negro,
urged their audience 'to take a
more tolerant view of the juvenile
prob'Jo They' Insisted that they
were misunderstood by the ,pub

'Yesterday, Moore and Bonds Are
arrested and charged 'with fe'o.
Mous assault Police said they
stabbed Gene 'Williams, 17, three
times after an ariaiment bVer a
girl in a dance ball. Williams wls
in fair condition in Bellevue Hos,
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DORTMUND. Germany (In)
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here yesterday on charges of ilk
gal Communist activities in the
second stsgt tt' st Cermany's
big legal crac'tttOwn on Red in inderground
derground inderground 'actill.tesIn the first
stage last wJeii live persons re received
ceived received prison tenierces ranging
from a lo riwits tor ",,trintt
were accused of,. spreading Red
literature, carrying out and,deliv
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East Germany and holdtng secret
meetinga of the outlawed 'Com 'Communist
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CILNeCwIrs,NAinTiw, hOahtio
to be his first speech to a man.
w(aUPs b)e-443lievehdn
agement group, predicted yester.
day that Russia will win the l'eco.)
nomic" war against the United
States 'Unless this country protects
its "pure resources.
The United Mine Workers Union
president addressed: an ,overflow
crowd of more than two thousand
delegates to the American Mining
Congress convention.
' "Russia wants more coal to
barter in,-wor d markets and dia.
place the world markets o: Ameri.
can coal," Lewis
working, very efiectfwely, toward
control of the- world coal and oil
market. ' ,
"Unless the U. S. government
protects its pure resources and
its coal industry from economic
exploitation," Lewis said,'
Russia's position in the world of
barter will be so improved that
the United States will continually,
be at a disadvantage."A
'To. meet 'the challeng0, Lewis
proposed- the government should:
Make' an effort to find more
world markets for, coal. et
Keep the coal industry Oper Operating,
ating, Operating, at peak production for the
benefit of he entire 60011011131
afid case of an : emergency,
such as war.
.4 Give the coal ineltistri,"rea ineltistri,"reaonable"
onable" ineltistri,"reaonable" protection from iniportS
of residual oil. ''
- Give specialized treatment for
the CORI, steel and rail industries
in figuring depletion charges and
amortization rates. ,
--provide aid for research and
experimentation in the coal in industry.'
dustry.' industry.' Lewis said that Russia will top
this 'country in coal production
' this year for the first time., He
said Russia topped this country in
the number of persons in coal
research "because it is the gov government's
ernment's government's ,policy to do so and
thus- gain the economic advan advantage
tage advantage over the. Vnited States and
, win' what the Russian leaders call
the economic war."
He' pledged -his union would
"support and cooperate" with a
' central organization which cocld
: act a8 the single "voice" of the
mining induatry.

BIBLE BALLOONSStephen, left, Snd Tod Ortifingr, of
Forest Hills, N.Y., discuss the latest In balloons. Designed as
an educational toy to aid in religious instruction, the "Bible :
'story" balloons tell seven classic stories of the Old Testament
that should be familiar to children of all faiths.; Each balloon
has a story on one side and a colorful drawing on the other.
Stephen's balloon tells the story of Sainson and Delilah, while
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DETROIT (UP) ,, General
tors Presided Harlow al. Curtice,
today urged GM workers to it:
cept the company's contract rs..
newel offer but the United Auto
Workers said Curtice ,4111 driving
backward down the wrong,
street."
Curtic'e's letter' to General Mo.,
tors workers was -released, two
days after publication of a
lar letter from Henry rord II,
president of Ford Motor Co., te
his employes.
'While the iompifiy presidents
and union 'officials fired -broad.
sides overhead, negotiators trent
both' sides continued, to meet in
secrecy under a re.imposed news
blackout.

The-UAW an4 Ford met, an da
and the union met yesterday after
noon with Chrys-er. General Mo.
tors,. which will meet at least
t straight days with the UAW,
anothor developfnent in the
,teeming labor' field, the ME --
which represents some 30,000 'GM
employes but has 4bout 350,000
working members nationally444
fered the UAW 1200,000 to help
the larger union.-
The UAW last week was forcid
to cut its expenses on all fronts,
lay off 97 of about 800 Internation International
al International staff members ankask tht rtst
of the staff to take a 10 per cent
pay cut UAW SecretaryTreasur
er- Emil Matey said more thaw
300,000 0' the' UAW membership
or 1,300,000 is unemployed, The
also said the UAW can have
its $1,00011..month office space in,-
the Washington IUE building ire
as long as necessary. i,
In his letter, Curtice said 'GM
believes its offer for twoyear
renewal of present, contract t0
be "lae- and it' would "hold
'the, promise of -labor relations
peace and stability for:tht next
two years." I

titv vi 'lab i u. gen. esi :rwe ogh-0 vat- el to-nr mt' :tit Ithi 1 -etiw- u'at le:
nsc) oil inenod,lesI act, da -et 'tier sst I . vlea a rann- idr; tcy hi t e :11,11: d' 0 w :
trivmouth plant it Evans
Ind. A
Ford diVision of: Ford Illotot
. He pledged -his union would
"support and tooperate" with a D
er ,Fprd pitant..
' its' li.'''''tlikIttagi'
central organigation which cocld alias Dearborn, Mich., a n'd
amcitniansg, tihnedusgitnrygl! "voice" of, the Long B'each,i C lit, plants for the
wweereek' wbortkfnglie.19,k.
' Buick division o G e n et a 1
,
, t Motors will work a four,day week
7 Autoitssembly 11,t '..
mit:, big. Flint .plant,, cloising
- ' ' The Buick f.. Oldsmobile.Pontiai
Body Pints' Shut ,, .: asasnembly plants at Kansas City;
K ., Linden, N., J., and Wil
- ' ' '' ,- mingion, Del.; were closed yster-1
Down For'1;11ctik' day for annual physkal. 1,0ven..'
0 tones' but .exoect to re open
' - ' soday The II 0 '..' P. plant at
,
1,, bET110111 (UP) Seven autd Southgate, Calif.. will not Work
assembly and body, plants were Thursday and Friday. ,-, f
closed down for this week and :...L' Fisher Body division o General
least five were on short work Motors announced the hiring of
weeks. One plant reported jt was 125 more- men yesterday for the ..
hiring 225 men today and ant Fisher and Chevrolet planta at
other was on an overtime six-day Norwood, Ohio. s - -6 I
schedule. i, ' Ford 'said its Lincoln .. the
Chrysler Corporation's Detroit tinental.Fortl Thunderbird plop;
Dodge Main and De Soto plants at Wixom, Mich.,. would work :
were closed -for the, week, as is six ,day week:, ,T (r r 'I.:.

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BELIILT, Lebanon (UP) Leb.
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"ALL my wife ever talks about
is the cluldren," says a 40-year.,
old husband.
"I love our three children ce cery
ry cery bit as much as my wife does,
but I don't want to discuss them
all the time. I thought d we went
out more, maybe that would give
my wife somehmg else to think
and talk about. But it doesn't
work. e
"All the way to wherever we
ire going she keeps uo a aleady
stream' of talk about the kids.
When we get where we ere going
she corners someone and starts
talking about yoU guessed Itt,
our children
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an outbut a' mother who Is so
concerned with her children's lives
she thinks the smallest thing thst
happens to one of them Is the most
important thing in the world.
"I don't even feel really hive
a wife iust the mother t my
children. For it's a -cinch list no
thing do or thot happens to rie
is as Intoortant as wilat happens
to the kids

THAT'S an extreme case of a
disease that attacks a lot of con conscientious
scientious conscientious mothers --thinking con constantly
stantly constantly and talking constantly a about
bout about thetr offspring.
, A woman's children are natural.
ly important and intensely inter interesting
esting interesting to her, But !the shouldn't ex expect
pect expect ,even their father to wan to
hear about them or talk about
hem all the dine,
After all, he is leading a life
away from' the family that is ab.
sorbing to him. And if he lives his
wife be certainly expects her to
pke, a, real and vital interes tn
things that concern him.
And if he is, the least bit rom romantic,'
antic,' romantic,' he would probably like to
tPke her out occasinally and be
allowed to forget for a few hours
that her great concern in life h
her children. For a little while,' at
least, be would like to feel he has
her undivided attention, the way
he had it during their courtship
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bear in mind that a wOmen Will
bore anyone if her ,chief topic of
conversation is ber children.' And
that,, unfortunately, may hiclude
their father.

FLOOD TAKES TOLL
KABUL,' Afghanistan' (tIP)
Forty.nine persons were- dead and
2,5 others', missing in floods rav.
aging the northeegtern province
of Badakhashan, it Wall reported
Tuesday-.

Visiting Panama
Mr- E. L. Nissen, Export Man Manager
ager Manager of the Admiral Inter-American
Corporation, is Visiting Pana Panama
ma Panama City in the course of a subi subiness
ness subiness tour in Central and South!
America.
Will Spend
, ,
Vacation At Home
Juan Galindo has arrived frm
Washington, D.C., where he has
completed his studies for the year,
' to spend the summer vacation with
his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Juan
Galindo of Go it Heights.
Canal Zone Gem
And Mineral Society ,,,
At a recent meeting the Canal
Zone Gem and Mineral Society
were shown slides of various mi.

Tostritera
Free Rassage
On IlY Tumpae

ALBANY', N.Y. (UP) Tbe
New York State Thruway Au Authority
thority Authority said yesterday it would
send a toll for 805 to four
Tuscarora Indians if it were tle.,
termined' they violated state law
by refusing to pay the charges
Saturday at Syracuse.:
A spokesman said the legal
issue was under study by thru thruway
way thruway attorneys in conjunctipn with
the attorney general's ()Lice'.
They were awaiting a complete
report from the toll collectors And
state police.
Four members of the reserve-,
tion arrived at Exit 30 near Syra Syracuse
cuse Syracuse Saturday. They, were en
route to the Six Nations Reserva Reservation'
tion' Reservation' to take up their protest of
the state's confiscating more than
1,300 acres of the Tuscarora res reservation
ervation reservation for the Niagara power
and reservoir project.
The four Indians, led by Clark
Rickard, 28, produced a copy of
McKinney's "Consolidated Laws
of New York State" and opened
it to a section which read, in ef effect,
fect, effect, that they were allowed free
passage on any turnpike in the
state when traveling from one
reservation to another anotherToll
Toll anotherToll officials were stumped- So
were state police. The Indians
were permitted to, pass through
without payIng and the issue was
turned over to thruway attorneys
for further action,.

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Iducli:3 01 Ca

ST. LOUIS .XUP).A pentally
retarded boy, 15; whose abduction
of Kathy Hampton, 6, touched off
a three.day kidnap search, fo,d
police he didn't know "why I did
it, I just did." s '
The boy, Xobert Martin Reich
Jr., was arreested Saturday short.
ly' after st- woman found Kathy
wandering along a city street, The
little girl was crotched and dirty,
but otherwise unhaterid. Dek
scribed as' a ,"very tired little
girl," she rested at home tOday.
Doctors said she had not bten
tacked'.
, Police said Reich admitted tak taking
ing taking Kathy "for a bicycle ride",
last Wednesday. He told police he
took Xathy to an abandoned
house, tied her up, tore oil her
clothes and left.
Police Sgt. Frank O'Nfill, who
questioned Reich, said the boy
showed on a ,roap the two.mils
route he took with litthy to get
to the house.'
"I led her up some steps I bad
noticed when I wag there et an,
other time," O'Neill quoted Reich.
"While Kathy was looking out
the window I tore, her dress up
the back, When she started to cry
I slapped her and she stopped."
Rekh said he tore the girl's
!lathes into strips to bind and gag

"After she was tied, I put her
in'the corner and hid her with a
piece of linoleum that was in the
house, then I went home."
, "My grandmother read t h e
newspaper stories about Kathy to
me," Reich said, "but was
afraid to tell her what I had done
or go back to the house.
"I am sorry for what
Kathy's disappearance set off
the most intense St., LOtill police
,search in 25 years. At the peak
of the investigation, 150 policemen
and detectives,took part in the

STRATFORD, Ita. President
Eisenhower, making a plea for
better international understanding
On a person-to-perso basis:
"There is not -a singlo person
in the United States that is not
affected every single day by what
happent in Africa, in far'Asia, in
Europe and all of South Amer America."
ica." America." ,
SAN IVAN, Puerto Rico
Pablo Casals, hi appealing for an
immediate end to the nuclear
armaments race:
"It is incredible that civilized
men can continue to build always
new and more destructive weap.
One instead of devoting energies
to make this a happier and more
beautiful world."
NEW YORK Multimillionaire
industrialist Cyrus S. Easton,
charging ,that Americans are
snooping on each other with a spy
network bigger than the Nazi Ges Ges"There
"There Ges"There are no Communists
America to speak except in the
mind of those on the payroll of
the FBI."

--Conk.Astoi

nerals which Bert Davis had -b6,aineu,
Irvin the Un.,ect waits. Jib
each slide was shown, the locatifn
wnere the rimer Ai cou,d be Amid,
its hardness, color and usefulneSs
were given.
After the "coffee break" the,
memoers were shown tne etritupd
ment the Club has installed. A.
new Iliga land Part 14 inch slab slabbing
bing slabbing saw with automatic feed is
' all hooked up and ready for those
members who have their own 12
or 14 inch saws and cutting ma material.
terial. material. A grinding unit and sand sanding
ing sanding unit are also ready to be used.
Bruce Morrow, the shop chair chairma,
ma, chairma, will arrange for prelimin preliminary
ary preliminary Instruction foi anyone desiring
1 to use the machinery.
Mrs- Roessler ,who has been
a very active member and is leav leav,ing
,ing leav,ing in the near future was bid
tarewell by the Club.
Visitors form the United States
were Chester and Nellie Daggett
from Monmouth, Maine, and Min Minnie
nie Minnie Pray from Mithigan. Visitors
living on the Isthmus were Mary
and Dean Dorland, E. D. and Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Daggett, Norma Hamilton
Dodorthy Hicks, Mary Orr and
James Sherer,

Upsurge In Buying
Of Steel Expecled

Vicar Determined
To Put Himself
On Six-Day Week

WESTBOURNE, England (12)
The Rev. Norman Worton, the
Anglican vicar of Westbourne,
ook up hils work load yebterday
and put himself on a six day
week.

The clergyman agreed that it
was an unusual step to tAke tor
a minister accustomed to work.
ing seven days a week in .his
parish.

ROBOlqN, NI. (UP) Chair.
man Roger M. Blough of the U.S.
Steel Corp. reported yesterday the
company is stepping up mansion
programs to meet an expected
business upturn in the -"months
ahead."

Blough spoke at the annual
stockholders', meeting of t h e
world's biggest steel company on
the campus of Stevens Institute
of Technology. .
The upturn, he taid, will be
"a reflection of depleted inventor.
ies and the re-building of those in inventories
ventories inventories by our customers, to together
gether together with what must cern.
sooner or later, a general im improvement,
provement, improvement, -in the state of .,.our
economy.",
Blough estimated that from one
half to two-thirds of the decline
in steel production represented a
change from inventory building to
inventory reduetioh,
Ile said it steel customers had
not taken substantial quantities
of steel -from their inventories
these past, 12 months the indus industry
try industry would have been able to pro.
duce and sell almost 12 million
additional tons. ,
Last week the corporation re.
ported its net income in the
March quarter declined 46 per tent
from a year' ago and' tales were
off 31 per cent. In addition, it
said it was 'operating at slightly
better than 50 per cent of capac,.

Illiough said that because of his
company's faith in America's fu future
ture future growth, its expansion plans
on March 31 called for further ex expenditures
penditures expenditures on authorized projects 1
of $640 million.
!lind we are moving forwatd
consistently with those plans, bc
lieving that many of those pro projects
jects projects can be completed at lower
cost and greater advantage to the
shareholders and employees of 1
the corporation and its customers
now than at any other time we
are likely to see in the near future-
- ' --"
1

"Ed I regard myself as a
working man, and anyone who
doesn't take a day off is a fool,"
he said.
,
Be pubilsbed a notice In his
parish bulletin asking -parishioners
to "kindly note that the rector
works six days a week and that
Friday is day off at the rectory."

F1110

CHINA GREETS IRINCS
TOKYO (CP) Denmark's
Prince Axel arrived in Peiping
Sunday for a visit to Commcnist
China, the New China news
agency said yesierdal. It said the
Prince was greeted st the air
port by Chang hsi Jo preNitkint
of the Chinese People's Institute
of Foreign Affairs, which invited
him.

FAC:LITIZS
EllIDGEFC7.T. Conn. (tr't
Aerosiil TechniTies, Inc. yes!-
day announced it ha combined i41
production and research facnliits
with those of Western Filllnt!
Corp. of Los Angeles. The aeroA
loading companies will contime
to onerate separately on admin.
istrative and other level, the an.
nouncement said.

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MI you need is yoUr';caival
' your bathing' sUit and a camira.
, No Passports, no Red Tape.
'Johnny Kay, the most inciting
Caribbean beach Sailing
:, boating fishing .7;:' and resting,
oiter thii trpical paradise..:

You' never Imagined the' aMazing
Calypso; danced ond played by
, Son'Anres Islanders:

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ftiday and back on Wednesciay and Sunday with luxury ser service
vice service in the most modern Douglas four4ngine'aircrafts.
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t,
Ir., :;:, are going she keeps uo a ready win spend i ,, : mt
-
,:.,, ,,,:':'' t -:' -'''',,, I ::. stream' of talk about the kids Vacation At Home - nu
,, ... ,;i:: When we get where we are going Juan Galindo has arrived fitim ne
',.,,, :,,,,
4 ": .'''''.... 'WELCOME, ''''':i:: :,:;:;., she corners someone,. and starts Washington, D.C., where be has hit
11, ...7.: .,,, "'i::.: :' 1 talking about -... you guessed lit- completed his studies for the year, all
: i: ::..:' ''''''' :' '' r ' .' :- -' : -:';-::','".::, :;-::-:- our children - , to spend tile summer vacation with tn,
,f: ,.::: .:::;-:,i. : .. - '.. ' : -",, ks. -' '. ,...::,..ii::::i::::::.,is,i., 2 "1 never teel I am taking a won). his parents, Mr. and. Mrs.. 'Juan or
!,;::;:,-:.,,:,:,' .,, ,, :- --, ; ,,WT:il all out-but a' mother who is so Galindo of Golt Heights. ,... ',. ... tel
ik:-::.:;..:::::;:: . ............
........
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' 0.'. :i:.;'':' ' ''' ', '..- -,,,,,:-:.,,::- concerned with her children's lives -. ; in;
,;,.,.:,,.....$ ' ., ;', .::.:,..::,.:; she thinks the smallest thing thst Canal Zone Gem ,, :, -, ., Bt
,
l'.::f ,.: ' ,, ; ,i ,,,,--, ,r '., yc 03. ':,,s'x:.,:iiii:: happens to one ot them Is the most And Mineral Society ss,- s m
' ,'tf ':'1;;,,,:: important thing in the world. At a recent meeting the Canal ar
: '',:.,'::? ."' - ,, -,' -a, A .. .- , ,. .,:i,i,i "I don't even feel I really hive Zone Gem and Mineral Society to
iti,-,'1',: ., ,, f. s -:', ., .- wi.tu, I : ,,, ', ,: '''' -,,A a wife -Just the, mother t my were shown slides of various mi.
,kKsi L.- -1-r---si '.' re -1,.7, 1----,--,,,-. -2". V; children.. For it's a -cinch tat no. : - s , .. :
- il ' 111,1 6-" M h' ' .,;.,:i thing I do or thit hat:pcps to me -',-- .:: -. ", i iv ;',"' a
:::, ,, ---,,, : : .-7-'-' ': t, ''.- : tr',71. $:::?.: is as Ininortant at waat ba ens Is 04 es ob
I' 115-, in,
,
-- t$. '', ,,' I.' '' .' 0 I' 'I-I1 81U- 'wlo SII 1,4 -.:Iii:.'''; to the kids ". .. . s' PP. TOSttotora; boos op ta
IN
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: '' T- ,:' "" ..'''''''' :.:m ..THAT'S an' extreme case of a 2 --
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2i'..: -' - ''- '' ' ' .: ... ,-,. I '.:I.:'?,;:i:i disease that attacks a lot of con. lo
''i ''' i v L' '-''''. ' ' 'f:.:.:.;' '--- . I linn Free Passel fr
1,7:: '- -AIR'- CONDITIONER ,.,:,,.,:A scientious mothers ...thinking con. ' ii ... : ni
' R.:A ' '. 4 .. -." ,- ..' ',......-:-.: .' -, .' '. ;.' :: : ''.' AM) stantly and talking constantly a. 0111T Tumple ll'
,-,.,ti3.i, ,.,:- Immediate tree Zonc uelivery,,-,, ?-.,,.,:;0 bout their offspring. ,,. : I s : '-: '.' at
141:,-ti:1;,..-:: ., I - ,-, ;1;;.1;.1.;;;;;,1,
' .' ''.:.'''''''''' A woman's children are natural. i '- '-' f gi
.,... .
....., ....,!'.!,,I.:.'.':.'::.::,:::'::',.A esting to her, But the shouldn't ex. New York State Thruway 'Au. ,11
' Best Prices Anyw. he.fil.. :,:. ;;'..' -1, Man ly important and intensely inter. : ALBANY', N.Y..- (IIP) -, Tbe D
., i'ilail,:;;,' ..' "' -:, 'S J : : . ,,,Mind pect even their : father to wan: to thority said yesterday It w o u lud
1
: I.',.M;s:;':-:M:;::::." r-'evr1,wm..,,0,,,, m ,,,, .......;1,:::::::::,:::;,::::::::..::.::,:::,.::."::.:::::::1 lieemar Leabotute theme : or talk about it punt einoer St it w, teor.e lot er. t
,' (:','fZ;:N.M0. s ,, - ''' ,4::;.;'K'''''"'::;"''''''''''.'::::'' 11 h '' -' Tunsdeasrorall di i
PO:'';;::'::':':::::::',::i'' ..,'1.ai.;:.'',0.;:11,:.:W ,Ayter all he is leading a 'life termine& they violated state law
, :':':::',i',.;':i'.',:';''' ,,, ,,,,-:'::;;:;'::i:::':',N:WW away from!the family that is 'ab. by refusing to pay the ., charges
,,;,,::::::::,::::::::,,,,,,,,, ,.. , ,..--::::,,,:::-:::::::,::.i,
.". V.,;.,ii:ii...s,. : : ':::::::::::::::::::::::::f::. sorbing to him, And if he lives his Saturday' at Syracuse.'.' ,' ., :,..,
. --- :.i,:.i.,,,',,K:::,:::::,,,,
;::;iii;ii1:1' ....-.- ..,.....4 ,,. ,. .:,i,m,::,:i:,.' wife he : certainly expects her' to A spokesman said the legal ',.
, (:',.':::::':g .,. '.,,, ) ':. ,'- '.:':gnii Pk& a, real and vital- interes : tn issue 'was under study by thru. ,,
..ta , : ki::::',;::::::::, things that concern, him., :, ,,, way ettorneys in conjunction with n
'' ' : ': , ,.:::::::::,:;:x
' I''''i'''' '' '''' -. ,,..." : ,.. i:::',.i.:ii..:ii,..i:. And if he is' the least bit rom. the ,- attorney general's dace. s
:t.:::4 :,; I- ,''', ; ---- r,, :,,,,,:, w.i,; antic, he would probably like to They were awaiting, a coMplete e,
. k,,,p ,-- . :$::::::, tpke her out ocessinally and be report from the toll collectors ,and n
-' l :;-::::::
- '0 ,, .,. : , -- ....,::::1 allowed to forget for' a few hours ,
;,::::: ,: .,' 1 ''. -:, s ,'' ,' ',i,: that her greet concern. in life h state police., ,,,, 6
Foul' members Of the reserve. a
Ili ' ,- :' ,,, ms:,
-. : 4: her childreti.' For a little while,. et
----, -- -,'.;:', least, be would like to feel he has
-- -- ...--,-,, -, ,-,; : s ,,,;;! tion arrived at Exit 36 near Syre. ,,
cuse Saturday. They, ,were -- en
. ;::: 1 ,, ' "'-:' "',::: her undivided attention,. the way route to the Six Nations Reserve. 8
Vi; .. , Z.,:g he
,,:. ., ':,,," -!, , , :, , ,,..:4 had it during their., courtship tion' to, take up. their protest of v
:.. ti,:, ,. ,. ; ...:.; , ,? : .. .. . ;,:i,.. boa., -,, --,- ".-. '. 4 !.: !.'". '!,! ' .! the state's :confiscating more than t
:,:,4'. ..,:i aloto4'.,-,! .' . ' : :: ,:;:.?;i ,:, so ,it is wige for 4.womin to 1,300 acres of the Tuscarora res. e
.
k ,:::::::,
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tif.:-:ii..t bear in mind that' i wOmen Will ervation : for the Niagara power
K...;-,',iik ,t and reservoir project.
' ff:;,:;::::::' slaPfrv OnEert '', ' Coliq 4.,;i:::' bore anyone if her ,chlef topic ': of
- ::-,,;::::::: yhe four Indians, led by Clark 1.
' tin' ; ;,,. ,.. .' ' '.!' '. '' '1,1... !:! 1. : : ,!!'''' .-; ',:' '' F: ..iii.:ii!.!iiiiii. conversation is her children.' And
Rickard 28 roduced a coPY Of
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ii.,:::K:i:,:!::.!;,, ., ; .., :. ,, : : , -,;,:i:::::x:,:::::"..
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f'..::;i::i.::Mi::;,z.-. ''-' J : .. ::::::::;:::::::::::::::::;: N
' ..'. of New ,York State"- and opened 1
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if::,.:::,:.::.,:.0::.:.:,,:,:,:,:,,,,, KAsti.L., Afghanistan (up) .A. it to a section .which read, in ef.
'ES' TrOLL 1
feet, that they were allowed free I
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, ., ............-.......... passage :' on any turnpike In the
i'' IIIIg:'..IgN;4.-Aft, : ,,'' t'l To. 0'03413 'r-',-,-.';!-,:?.:':,-if'::.:10.,'X'-:::',')II Fortymine persons were- dead and
, -A 4 '' ' ,:i:::if::0.:::'.:ig:::::;i:.:::i:::if::::if::i:i::.:i .1g 4t.....,, t : .. I f,,A State'- when '. traveling from one I
; ,,,..- -anomit .,,, ;,::....f.,:::::::::::::,::::::::::::::::;,:::::;:::::::::::::::::::::,, s.; ()Intl 3 mistime in utniug rev.
, . ;;,:.;:,:,,,,,,,;,,,,:,;,:,,-:,,,,,,,,,,,:-
. :.,i:,i'::giii,:.:,ii?:?;..;if:;:iiiiiiinlii.,:ii....:::;:::,:;.;:f;,.,.., ,: , ...,,,:::!0....::;:::;:.,:::::;v0::::;:::::::;:,:::::fx:::4 aging the.' northe0stoni province reservation to, another, i
'. 5.:,..2:::::::i,::::::::;...,:::::;.:mi:xm:::K:isif,:,.:::&,:,..:.. ,. ......mi;i::::i:i:0,:;:.,i:i,::::::,:::::::::::;::::::,::::::;;::-.,:-:::',..;',:, : rt d "1 Toll officials. were stumped. So (
- Ili:X::ga:::e:',giiiiiiiigaiii::iii:::04::,1Nii::::'x:t;:::::,:i:,:':::;:.:.;;;:;.,::;:i:.;:ux;,..;:;K:Uw.::,tx;:,spop,,,,p,,,;4, lis shall, It wail reP0 e. were state police.,,-,The Indians I
Tuesday ,. '-; -,, : '. 7'. ' ":
'. . .. e: ,,, : ::::,,,A : :,. .... ., ., ..i : : ,:, ; : : : .:: :. ,, ; :, ,,.., .,.:, ... ..;. ,.,;...,.1. ., ,..,, were permi2ted to', pass, through -,
' -without paying and the Issue was 1
turned over to thruway attorneys 1
- : ,: -' : : : ,,,.. : , .. t ;,,- ,,, ,. ,. ,-. ',... :,,s, ..--. : 1 for- further : action,. -, .; I
AMNIA., I W.I.. go A N. I
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qr C 1, trttirr,goll,- ,,-,,,-, ..:.,4 ,..,:.:; ,. ,:ti ',,,,.' i ..:. No psesport' liceessr4; : we -.
" .." -Ail ,4- '''
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or, 4' ':1', and in wily 90 swift-first -, -,, ..' , -, --, ,
-- ; ',,,'. .1.- 't4-:.q.
. ..,: .,.7, .z.t,...4; Lr,8 '). ,'. !''':- ':.. '' minutes, ealita. a voila : : .', ST, '.1,0IIIS XUP)A. mentally
. .1' Iorn l 111 egPitiaesil :'.' ... retarded boy, 15; whose abduction
0' , .''' Tehe edemas) Of this isteIt.
, of Kathy Hampton, 6, touched off
, ;':. I'. e 4 ' ', ,
.1,.., quelled trivet plat aed 'tel.,
.4 ',: ,Allo :, :,'-, 44, ,: :, 1-..:three.day kidnap search .' to,d
., , .. ,' toot Tit oVietEeLetteGbEleN Time:::
. .. police he didn't know. "why,.I..did
.
. ot :aa im
' .(,. .:.,s. ' ''''''' 1: ,- - . it,. I Just' did.";', , -,
riot' : , ;
' r- ... . : The boy. Robert' Martin-Reich
e Sithtsteins elletInt Se'llP
' fir d h h 1, 'c Jr.i was arreested,Saturday short.
, ::'0. :!, I li' F. .., V len s fps, t iv re el.'.
- 41 i",-i. ,,.-i i.--:,.., i :: ts Rica hospitelity, iivi .,: ly' after E WOMell found Kathy
. o-shi ','".,,' eorstioe etiolate:. trustees '', wondering along a eity streeL The
,, ,:, :.',,, ,,,',,, :. :..1 conatetioss all these will ' ' little girl was ricratched and dirty,
, .1. :." ,,:;,s-,-; ;
':: brill -you lowe'refreshea : ,' but ., otherwise unharmtd. ''.; Des
s . .... .. , -. ,k; .,: '''..:, :
.,-,,C., -,..-,.0"i,, ,-, ,- .. : and with a sew outlook! ' 'i scribed as' a "very tired -, little
., .,
Life is not wily work; you girl," she rested -at hoinc,teday,
' bee also s restful cheese' ,.':., Doctors said she had not bten at.
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s -., Pelts k I 0" vt" last Wednesday. He told police he
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, i NEW, YORK, May 6 (UP) Three different
doctors told Granny Hamner he'd never .play ball
'again but the disgusted, downtrodden Dodgers 'felt
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today that the medicos diagnosis went haywire
somewhere. i ,
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the tory as the Red Sox,defeated the
Ilinntler says he's still with
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Phillies only due to "an act of Indians,
Smith, a roo us sou hpaw, nee
God." It looked more like the hap
less Dodger pitchers could have ed help. from big Frank Stillman
used nn acct of Congress to get in the eighth when Cleveland Icor.
tim out last night, , ed its final two runs but until that
The 31-year-old Phillies1 infield- frame, Dick Brown's three tun
' h on the verge of quit. homer in the fourth. represented
er, w o Wag
tind coring.
baseoall s' year ago because all of the tribe's s
of a serious shoulder Injury, drove Ray Narleski started for Cleve
in five runs in an 8.3 victory over land a.nd.was routed hi a four-run
, sixth inning uprising. Don Buddin
' Los Angeles.
He teed off on Don Drysdale homered for Boston while Pe,e
tor a triple with the bases full in Runnels and Ted Williams !Emil
five first inning, them slam- drove in two runt. ,
a ell the 100th home 'lino his Rain washed out the Kansas CI
mareer off reliever -Jackie Cullum tyWashington and DetroitBalti.
;nth one in the fifth. Stan IA more games in the A m e r i i a n
ta followed with a homer of League as well as MilwankeeSt.
. tias -own over the fence -., the Louts contest in the National.
The Yankees and Wh i S
i e ox were
left field one, naturally
idle in the, American while the
', Hamner's heavy stic Cubs artd Redlegs ware not sche sche.
. sche. duled in" the National- ,
glint YOUng Don Drysdale down
' te his fifth straight defeat with.
' (tut a victory, and while Dodger
' GUN CLUB
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' r Walter O'Malley figures
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It certainly hasn't proven at a
' lucrative to the luckless, 21year ..
'old righthander so tar., ', ', ..
I Roman (Ray),Seinproch ,dOle . ., . ,..,
hils trutied in a neat 4'iveintter R. C.. CasanOva easily bested
achieving his thrid Will. ..Trte
tobal Gun Club on Sunday morn.
n achieving his, thrid win.'
1,
o's two-run homer highlighting thf! ing,1 Mayi -,,, his 3 x-50 leaving
his nearest competitors to take
the C. W. Stewart 25.Yeard 50-bird
odgers scored all their runs ol Memorial Trap' Shoot at he Cris.
im in the fourth with Carl Furl
rally., ''': . Bill Brandi, in second spot, seven
birds behind at 38,; and Wallet
I The Giants threw, si scare into
rittsburgh by coming up with nine Johnston and Art -Sutton tied on
rims in the ninth inning but the 35, "Nobby",Keller pressing will'
Pirates staggered hrough for sn 3, L ,l,
111-10 vicory that moved them into -, ,,, ; p, .., ,. ,..z.i.14 J, ,,,
Pa ctSt,' side. 41'' contingent
' is fhlt-place,tie witb he Chleagn iThe
Cubs. ' '" ' lacking Cant I., 91,-Hat,,the only
Isthmian shooter accustomed h
i San Frantis6's ninth inning fire
much terrific yirdage, for', moral
' ivorks included 1 three-run homer
t3r Ray Jablonski.,' one with the sunportb.fared other than admir
ases empty by Orlando Cepede ably ,; Capt., W.. & ,Jmies 'ma.
tind three pinch doubles by Jim naging Only 32, Lee Carr 2'1' arp
Iing. Johnny Antonelli and Bob Capt. L. ,11. Loga,, the Louisiana
ispoake. -- -, .' ', -,' -t mudlark, tn. 4 N ', :
' It was the biggest rally by any "Doubles" shooters, prepping foi
klub this year and it wa staged the State Shoot to be held at Sal
. before San Francisco's smallest boa on May 314 and June 1, show
crowd of the season--5,506' ed need for more intensive praq
Wittner,Veen Law was breetA !ice,. ortir"NobtrKellef.ttirilini
' Ing along with "'bullshit! 1'11'1 1 hi a' reportable score, 38 x 50.
2, lead in the ninth when the Giants
"Shorty" Schexnayder and hi
!knocked him eut,With five hill sky-sweeping 20 'gauger continue
I and five runs. Curt Raydeni took their dominance of the Skeet ramp
ever and we, tispeleA for a Silt. with a ,hot 24, much disguting to
- runAonier by Jablonski, after go, main link between the Aeri
which Ron' Blackburn came on ess,1 who stood on tie with Georg
to pitch for, Pittsburgh and was Loon (12 gr.) at 22 each. Cholla'
ereeted by topsides, h nl' r. and 'Walter Johnston' cheerfoll
DOn Gross finally ,nailed down trailed with 21 and 18. repectfully
. the last not by getting pinch hit- Four', shoots,- eitch t,Weanoscla
ter DOn ToUSSia te PoP uP wi. th at 4:30 p.m., remain forCristoba
- the bases loaded. . precisionists to prepare for th
; Frank Thomas- lit Ms eighth State Shoot"' Both regulars an
homer for the Pirates and. team- new-time ,darkhorses are enema
vnate R. C Stevens ;time connect. aged to bring the family and leav
, ed. Ruben Gomet was the loser. them to Leo's tender cars '., an
Bob (River tBoat) Smith regis. filling ministratlions while ',,, the
terer his first major league vie. seek the best remedy' for Cul
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' "Down Three Dark Streets Am at the Virginia Dittrnatiom
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R. C.. CasanOva easily bested
his nearest competitors to take
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Memorial Trap' Shoot at be' Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal Gun Club on Sunday morn morning,'
ing,' morning,' MaYL bis 3 x-50 leaving
Bill Brandi, in second spot, seven
bkds behind at 30,; and Walter
Johnston and Art -Sutton tied on
35, "Nobby", Keller pressing with
3,
iThe Pa cifie side' 41'' contingent,
lacking Capt. Cntllay,,the only
Isthmian shooter accustomed to tomuch
much tomuch terrific yerdage, for'smortd
suoport,,fared other than admit,
ably Capt., W. Jones 'ma 'managing
naging 'managing 'only 32, Lee Carr 2'1' and
Capt. L, Loga,, the Louisiane,
mudlark, of
"Doubles" shooters, prepping for
the State Shoot to be held at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Oa May 314 and June 1, show showed
ed showed need for more intensive prag:
Nee,. ordr"Nobbr,ICellef, Wiping
in a' reportable score, 38 x 50.
"Shorty'! Schexnayder and hiesky-sweeping
20 'gauger continued
their dominance of the Skeet ranefe
with a ,bot 24, much disguting to toga,
ga, toga, main' link between the Aert
cas,1 who stood on tie with George
Loop (12 ca.) at 22 each. Cholinr
and 'Walter Johnston cheerfully
trailed with 21 and 18. repectfully.
Four' shoots,- exch Wednesday'
st 4:30 p.m., remain focCrlstobar
precisionists to Prepare for the
State Shoot.'413oth regulars and
-new-time ,darkhorses are encout.
aged to bring the family and leave
them to Leo's tender cars ',, and
filling ministratibns while ", they
seek the best remedy-for what.
ever ails them'.
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NANSOEN WINS ROAD RACE
DANVILLE; Va. UP) Walt
Hansgen of Westfield, N.J., driv..
Mg a Lister Jaguar. led all the,
way in winning the feature event
at the Virginia Dittrnational
Raceway Sunday. Ed Crawford of
Chicago was second and Lance
Reventlow of Beverly Hills, Ca
son of millionaire heiress Bat
bare HuttonMinished thirdz
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USARCARIB Pistol
Teal 11 Sejectod for
The following personnel, based
on the results (9 the USARCARIS
Pistol Matches, bave been selected
as squad members from which the
pistol team to represent this corn cornmand
mand cornmand in the forthcoming Allo
my Pistol Matches, May 26-June
7, will be selected.
Specialist Third Class Philip' A:
McIntosh, 534th Military Police
Company, Fort Clayton; Sergeant
Jose Garcia-Ocasio, USARCAltill
School, Fort Gulick; Specialist 2nd
Class Robert K. Baugh. D Compa Company
ny Company (Walker) 34th Armor, Fort Kob
be; Master Sergeant Walter E.
Potter Jr., Headquarters and Head
quarters Battery, 764th AAA Bat Battalion,
talion, Battalion, Fort Clayton; Chief Wan
rant Officer)John C. Price, ,IL S.
Army Garrison, Ft. Clayton team
captain, non firing, also officer
in charge); Sergeant Juan Perez.
Perez, A Compay, lst Battle
Group, 20th Infantry, Fort Kobbe;
Specialist Third Class Johns A. rru.
dell, Headquarters and Headquart Headquarters
ers Headquarters Company, lst Battle Group,
20th Inf., Fort Kobbe; Private 2st
Class Jacob E.' Lester Jr., Head Headquarters
quarters Headquarters and Headquarters Com Company,
pany, Company, lst Battle Group, 20th Inf.,
Fort Kobbe; Specialist Third Class
Harley R. Sykes, Headquarters
and Headquarters Companyi Sec Second
ond Second Battalion (Provisional), Fort
Kolbe.
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Find selection of the six-man
USARCARIB Pistol Team will be
made by the team captain during
the next week.
Specialist McIntosh, thi recent
individual champion of the 1953
USARCARIB Command 'P 1st ol
Matches is the only Master firer
selected to the squad.
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Budge Patty and Mervyn Rose,
a pair of tennis vagabonds, con.,
tinued to warm up for next
month's 'Wimbledon champion
ships by walking off with impor
tant tints 'Sunday 'Sundayt
t 'Sundayt Patty, a native of Loi Angeles
now employed by a Paris concern,
'won the Paris International .cham
nionship by turning back Jarslav
Drobny of Egypt, 108, 60, 63.
Rose, a member of Ausstralia's
allcoriquering Mavis CuP team
last year, outlasted Sven David
son Uf Sweden, 64, 47, 46,-1210,
in the final round 0C:the Naples
International tournament, '6-- '-
Both Patty and Rose failed to
survive the, civarterfinals a Wim
bledon last year, PattyA losing to
Neale, Fraser of Australia, and
Rose bowing to Lew, Road, the
eventual cham o n who later
t ti rned professional. 'Bowever,
both men havO been' playing well
in- reeenV tournametits land .are
looking ahead hopefully' to next
month's show at Wimbledon.
Whatever'
appened to
ERNY PINCKERT
Erny Pinekert, a pmerful
carrying star at 'Southern1CCifor.
nia, made the All-America in
1931, ayea r marked by two sig.
nificant triup:pbs in Trojan foot football
ball football history. Erny was one of the
itars of a sensational comeback
1014 victory at Notre Dame. end
ing a ses4es of heart-breaking de.
feats by the Irish. In ihe Rose
Bowl, the Troitas whacked .Tu .Tulane
lane .Tulane 21,12 on the strength hf
kert's two touchdown gallops in
the third period. :They .were- on
identical plays,-on,i,from 30 yards
out, the other fronr.,13. After
igraduating ha played pro footl)sll
with the Boston, later Washing,.
ton, Itedskina.- ;
Whatever ', happened to Erny
Pinckert? The A'.$1d 'Trojan, .one of
the all,time greats in the Pacific
Coast Confarence,' now ts in 'the
1 men's sports 'wear business at
Beverly. Hills, Calif.
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NEW-YORK Ulq-- They wrote
"finis" today to' the saga. of Silky
'
fell,in at 4:34.05 p.m.
Saturday when' a colt,called. Tim
Tam 'won the Kentucky Herby. At
that moment, Silky was sta-ggering
ilong 21, lengths' back in 12th
pla6e and 'the Horatio Alger tale
ended. 0 3
Silky StilltItan bad Proved' to be
nothing but a eon-artist.' '
A horsehappy nation, belltvibg
ht. the "little people" and the.luck
of he Irish,ltad taken' hini to its
heart. But,when it was over they
discovered that Silky had worked
the limn game on some itayshak
ers and then, takink a seat in the
big time, ,had blown, his toll -without
a struggle. ,
He had conned ',them Atell.'- ':
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' Living It Up
hSeilril li;"ew' c3'l'o'br' be' -a'eir el Yd''' ti shlensge a nut P' a
Anita hicks. He gave 2 tem 28
lengths and beat 'em. He spotted
'em 40 lengths and cut them, down
as- they came back to him" and
then copped the Santa Anita Der.
by after being 30 lengths- out.
But this gang he bumped bite
Saturday was a bunch of
rolling smoothies. :s
There are some IA& will 'con 'contend
tend 'contend that there 4ere foci many
horses in front of himButlhas
wouldn't have mattered to the old
Silky of the ho, hand. ,For they
were well spread out heading into
the stretch andi tnere was' plenty
of racing room In that long, long
dash down- to the- wiee,
,-But Silky 'didn't, ,iten make a
serious Lid. ,
ale was 19 lent!ths bacUat the
head of 'the siremb ar I
iengths back witcn It was over.'
, Those trying i preserve' the'
vestige of a dream will ',iv
everyth1ng was aztliust him. But
that's the war he made his reru rerutation
tation rerutation anti a notiling'' colt celled
Red Hot Pistol, robbed the fairy
tale of ts final shreds oijantasy
in those last Icing yards. ,
, Silky, beginning what was ex.
pected Lr, be one' of those patimtPd
rushes to the Iront' started 1 bid
kis they ,,rounleti inn,' he
sretch. He passed ,Red Hot Pistol
by a length and moved ,into'llth
place.
,,But when 1Vwas threi fist 490
yards' farther. down the !rack, Rad
Hot Pistol hao, ,ov,e1 allor I:1(Y
1 and went on to 'lee the, Sullivan
to ,the vire, bY, ,,utP ',and one.hall
lengths.' ,
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g It was the'final btlw., The min
1 site:hadn't only lane 'to leave
the launching hattieven
quit' trying, ,-,
So the bubble buret as it 'has
I for so many thaw in ,ports;
, It made you remember, Primo
Carnera when the' buildup Was
B over and hoodlums' pistols' no
, longer shocked his,, rivals into,
feigned insensibility,,,You lought
of Chuck Davey, who waltzed un
to the welterweight trail entil
they threw him,.in finally.with,an
old pro zamed Kid Pavilan.,
-, And' you thought of the,,flame
ous of such as Rex Barney and
Clint Hartung -- and the way the
Cleveland Indians and the Phila.
delphia "Whiz Kidte',rolled over
and played dead in their World
Series wallopings at the respee respeetivehandstALthe!.41ants,..,..and
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, thAlr castles in the air.
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Temple, Cinct.14', 54',11 '21 .359
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Walls,' Chi." 184 75'20 28 ".365
Thomas,,, Pitts.18 76 '17 27 ''.355
Spencer, S.F, 20 76'11..27 355
Ennis,,St. L.', 14 54', 5,, 19 352
Banks,Ciii. 18, 7t '15 25 .347
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Lollar;, 13 '41 5 16 .390
Skowron, N.Y. '14 55 7 21 382
McDou., N.Y. 14 '54 8 20 .370
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MartM, Det C .17 .370
Cerv, 16 69- 21 ;2 -,367
Kuenno' Det.,'0 13 8 25 ..342
Nixon, .Cle., 14, 47, 5 16 .340
Runnels, BOIL- 74 7 25 .338
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Thomas, Pirates .8
Cepeda, Giants ; 7
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Lollarr, White Sf1,1 , 3
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'HOUSTON, Tex.- (UP)--A brash
cocky Ralph Dupes and a deter determined
mined determined Joe Brown vient into the
final phases of their 1 training
Monday as they warmed up for
Wednesday night's nationally tele televised
vised televised lightweight championship
bout..
Brown, the 'champion, moved
into Houston Sunday to work out
inside after his training camp was I
drenched by 'rains, but moved
back An the YMCA camp 23 miles
from downtown Houston Monday
morning.
Both men went through routine I
sessions Monday,. including some
work Avail sparring partners.
DePas still was having wbight
troubles. A natural welterweight
(he normally fights at 142 pounds)
Ralph claimed he was 'within
two or three pounds" of the light lightweight
weight lightweight limit of 135.
But the speedy jab artist said
the same thing when he left New
Orleans for Houston almost a
week ago, yet weighed at 140
when he arrived here.
Brown said he would be "look "looking
ing "looking for a chin,all the waY41
"If the fight goes 15 rounds and
I have to win by a decision,,
be disappointed,' the champ said.
"I'm counting' on a 'knockout.
' This is more than just a fight
with Me. I have' always wanted
to prove he (Dupas), doesn't even
belong' in the 4ame ring with
me,'!, Brown .-t
Brown., Eke Dupas, is a New
Orleans product. And the argil argilment
ment argilment over which man is the bet,
ter has been waging fast and fur furious
ious furious since Dupes hit the, big time timesom
som timesom five. years ago; 4
Dupes was stilhworrying about
an old e3re cut received when he
beat welterweight title tournament
finalist Vince Martinez a year ago
and which was re 4. opened three
times since then., 1.
Angelo Dundee, his trainer, bad
him wearing -headgear twisted
around on the side of his bead
where it almost covered -his 'left
eye in workouts Monday.
poin,dettio'cot.d$
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' ST.' LOUIS (UP)I-Tlie flounder.'
ing St. Louis' Cardinals,- pre-sea.
son picks as pennant contenders,
were mired 412 lest Place :Monday
With e dismal 1-12- won and lost
record. A'41 1".1
And one of the tiesteicherished
eXiOMS of the National League
WaS taking a beating 'along with
the tall club. ,,,,
, For almost as long as he has
been a member of the team, it
has been:' ''AS Musial goes so go
the ,Cardinals.", ,' C,, 1,41,1
1.,But Stan his -.sights, fixed', on
his personal' goal of 3,000 or more
base hits, is batting a fantastic
.517. ,Ile, has hit safely in each
Of the Cards', .games and appears
certain to join the, select. shigg'
gers't circle within the next twd
weeks.
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' Two dotibles, off Warren. Spahn
of the Milwaukee Braves Sunday
brought, his total to 2,988 and
moved him into eighth place past
Edgar Rice on the all-time list. ',,,
Not onbi Musial but also, t h e
other top-of-the-order hitters a r e
doing more than their jobs. Lead Leadoff
off Leadoff man Don Blasingame is hitting
.283, Al Dark, who has played off
and on in 'the two hole, Is at .298,
and Del Ennis, behind Musial,
clouting at a .352 clip.
The drop-oll trom the' top four
down "is what has "'damaged
the Cards so heavily. Best illus.
tration of this are the significant
lbases-loaded statistics.-
0 Seven times with' one or none
out the Redbirds have filled thd
sacks only to fail to score a single
run. On three of those potentially
productive situstions, there were
no outs.
Manager Fred Hutchinsoi h a I
been shuttling players in and out
of the lineup like a National
League Casey Stengel in an effort
to shake' the team out of its los losing
ing losing ways.
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YEW YORK -(UP,) Former
Brooklyn Dodger catcher R o y
Campanella, paralyzed In a Jan.
28 auto accident, was moved
Monday to New York's NYII.Bel.,
levue Medical Center to start an
active program of rehabilitation.
Doctors were hopeful that Cam.
panella would progress to the
point 'of being able to "use his
arms, for "ordinary living" but
said that "total recovery would
be very unusual.", 4
' Campanella's doctorstiald that
his spirits were good and that
he was "eager" to start on the
rehabilitation program., But they
admitted that he still WaS "quad.
riplegio"t meaing paralyzed in
all four extremities.
eau use his shoulders and
bend his elbows and wrists very
weakly," explained Dr. Robert it
Sengstaken of Glen Cove Commu.
nit Hospital, from where Cant.
panella was moved.
,"Thete is no muscle function
elow,,the shoulders and he Jas
onry intermittentlir to the
groin.' f, ,
Dr, Sentstaken said that Cani,,
panella's condition had remained
, the same for the last month and

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Pittsburgh 11 7 .611 0--
Milwaukee 10 7 .588 V2
Cincinnati 8 6 .571 .1
San FrOncisco .14 11 't .550 1
Philadelphia 10 .444 3
Los Angeles 1 12 ,400
St.' Louis ." 3 12 ,.200 612
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Philadelphia at Los Angeles (N)
' Pittsburgh at San Francisco (N)
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Pittsburgh 020.001.503 11 14 5
San Fco. 100 000 009-10 12 1
Law (31), Raydon, BlackbUrn,
Gross arid Foilest Kravitz.
A Gomez (2.2), Gtel, Burnside and
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SP.
The stewards had to r r a' k
down'again ove the weekend when
the jockeys at the President -Re)310n
racetrack got, out of line.
Jose Talavera topped the list of
suspensions with eight meets for
not' alloWing Clarucha,to extend
herself during Saturday's ninth
rate.
, Car.os BOVII,WaS next with a
ix.meet suspension for taking
both Ramo (Osvaldo. Chanis) and
Sicabu ,(Blas Aguirre) wide with
Licenciado in ,Sunday's fifth, race
Antonio Jordan got four- meets
for crowding Rlack Bee (Heliodo.
ro:Gustines), and taking her wide
with Takeaway in Saturday's third
Francisco in'stiniani also was
tiot down four moots foe to.
postodly changing his eour s
with Dr. Bill and disturbing Yo..,
,,sikito (Bias Aguirre) and Mar Marcolita
colita Marcolita (Fernando Alvarszl,Yclur..,
ing tho last 'raco on Saturday.
Jockeys ,Amado Credidio and
Alfredo Lorless were fined', $10
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- FORT WORTH, Tex. (Url
Tommy 13olt, the 1958 model which
claims sunon-pure temper control,
moved on to the Hot Springs, Ark.,
open today $5,000 richer after con
vincing I host of skeptics that he
was serious about golf by winning
the Colonial National .,Invitation
title with a bardearned .282.
Boit, who clams he was, born
so far back in the. Oklahoma
sticks that "they had to pipe day
light to (Air house," proved a gen
lemanl golfer through both thick
and thfn 13 he muddled though
to the victory ha rated as "one
when ht flaered and floundered
to a four-over-par 74 after preced.,
ing roundt of 6870 70.
Molt? 39, who has the reputation
of being one of the- rnost active
club-throwers in the business, had
plenty of chances to revert to
character -on Sunday's final round
when he faltered and flotmderedt o
a four-over-par,74 after preceding
rounds of 687070.
He bogeyed ther second' hole
when his tee 'shot found 'trill),
the third when he missed ,.the
fourth gren and he two:putted
he double-tough fifth. when his tee
sho strayed into thE bordering.
Trinity River. He. went four ovor
on No10' When he taught -the
rough and was short of the oreen.
TT1 offset' a 30-foot birdie putt on
No. 13 bv flubbing the 16th.
Following Bolt were Ken Ven Venturi
turi Venturi of San Francisca, who came
close but whose final 69 and 283
total was worth $3,000, and a pair
of fastclosing veteransGardner
Dickinson of Panama City, Flaz.
and Ted Froll of Sarasota, Fla.
Thev, w.on $1,900 each with their
, s,
"the longer he 'remains without
change, the less chance he has of
recovery. NoW is the time to get
him up with braces."
Dr. Howard A. Rusk of the In Institute
stitute Institute of Physical Medicine and
Rehabilitation of the NYU-Bellevue
Medical Center4 who now will
take charge of Campanella's case,
said, "we ,can't, tell how MOO
Camnanella will come back."
10 years ago his case
would have been considered hope hopeless,"
less," hopeless," be ialcr:11But from 'our er.
periencey 75 per cent, although
still paraiyzed,s, are 'rehabilitated
to the place wheie thy so live
almost normally."

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- AMERICAN LEAGUE
- W Pct.
New York "AB 4 .714

Washington
Kansas City
Cleveland
Baltimore v.
Detroit
Boston
Chicago

1 7 .353 214
10 10 300 3 '
8 11 300 3 1
I 10 .444 .4 I
'A 11 .421 414
, 4 ,10 .281
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, titveland at New York
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Chicago at Boston 4
Kansas City at Baltimore II9)
Detroit at Washington (N)
Cleve and 000 300 020'-',3 9
Boston 100 034 00x-4 9 0
'''Narleski tomanekt7 Me
tisk Cburn and' Brown. 2:-
Smith ullhian ind
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(Night Game) "":.'
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Detroit at.tHaltimore Postponed,
raain). s
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(Night Game)
Kansas City at Washington (pos
poned, rain).
", Chicago at New York,: (Not r
scheduled).-
Sa'rgiati

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raiunh, c 4047
(141i )
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Kansas City at Washington .(post. ei 1
pOned, rain). , I t:

each ler fighting in, the: jockeys'
Mulchen, Bargyle, Lyrical and
Don Brigid were suspended for
two meets each because of their"'
fractiousness.p, I
Informed.toUrces revealed. yes.
terday that promising native colt" k
Mohicano is su fering, from diare
'rhea and wilt be scratchecitfrom,4
Sunday's 51,000 Carolina Mendez
de Chiari,Classid, for two.year.old
natives:. ,r
Gthers cntered for theliveluvhv.,
long dash are the, colts., Silvericr,
and Don Luis; which will carry
115 pounds each,. and the fillies
Jabalina, 'Titita, Blanquita, Sahrl,
and Tuti Fruti 112, each. ,.., r, ;
A. toial Of $150,'221 'were wager.-
ed Saturday and,,Sunday,- at
the .President.Remon, racetrack to'
establfsh a new record for
day weekend at the,local,trac,
OnlY 556,941. went through the
mutuels windows SaturdaY, hut till.'
big day was Sunday when .an es.
timated, 22,000 fans ,,rushed the,
4fiathines lot, a, total playof
L Sunday's' Teeing,: WhIchowas 'tea. ;
tured,by the tumuli of the, $15,.
000 added President of the Repub., .3
lic Cllassic, also saw becting rec.
ords established for Jhe doubles
one.twos. 4 4.4
, The ,Classic 'itself' was'', a big,'
flopra far cry.from the thriller,,
that most ,fans, including: this
writer, had expected.
Perdularie,'so muck tba host
that he. would probably' h v
carried my XIS pounds, reround
tho oval to victory, -made a
ahamblas the opposition in
the first mile, of the taco Avhon'
it was evident ,that nano. ef his
opponents wero bisequal.
Jockeyship was a negligible fac.rrt
tor. Perdulario's, rider might just ril"
as well have been Lorless of Jor.
dam The outcome would doubtless
have been the same, r It.
;, The Stud (Boquete, ownedby
se Vito) Sitton, has a. new train.- o
er This was an- 1 n evi b fulI
change. After some, three months, -40
the sum totzl of victoriet scored
by these colts 'under the training
of .Meinaldo Diaz was T h
fractious Mulchen, is the ,only
Stud Boquete horse to visit'' the
winner's enclosure to 'date.
Hernando, Gonzalez, the Chilean
trainer who handles ;Sergio Bo.
holes' borses, -hat been placed in

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LATVIAN SETS RECORD
LONDON (UP) Vasily-Stepa..
tov, a Latvian weightlifter, s,et a'
world record of 33012 pounds for
the, twkhand press' in the light
heavyweight division Sunda y,
Moscow Radio reported.
GERMON ROOTERS WIN
- NEW YORK (UP) West Ger Germany's
many's Germany's Offenbach soccer team
opened its, sixlame American
tour with A 4.2 triudiph over the
New' York GertIRMA eriel
League alLstars before 14,762 fans
Sunday. s

AEllall ,IJFIVA 491004 CUM

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UMPIRE KILLED IN CRAsH
PHILADELPHIA (11P)---HarrY
King, 55, former American Msck. 4
ciation umpire, was killed Sundty
when his automobile crashed into...
stone wall,
OTTAWA 'TAKES LEAD
HULL, IP.' RTP Tile Hull
Ottawa Junior Cailadicts :nok
32 teed 'over the Regina ''Patl ,"--
the,: best-ofseven hiemoriai Cup
hockey sere! Sunday by winninz
the filth game, 6-3. terry Gray
scored two goAls for tha winners.

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1 ,C LEAGUE SOFTEALL
iThe rains came and so did the
ltponed bal. games in the Bal Bali&
i& Bali& Junior .. Senior High letramur.
) softball league. The net result
as that time ran .out and:the re.'
iaining two rained out games had
be cancelled. In spite or this,
had no e.fect on the eventual
inner of the League, -.or the In.
1,ans, .under the leadership 0:
r.ike Williams took the title with.
ut too much trouble. They got all
leir games played, and were so
ir in tront none of the other three
sams cou d have possibly caught,

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1-ittte'r a' forfeii game on Mon'da'y,
',Ild rained out contests on Tues.
314nd Wednesday, mother na nai
i nai lur smiled on the boys as Thurs.
AY jolled around, allowing the
traultoes and the Indians to do bat.
l,! The Yanks bad the unexpect.
io dileasure of slapping the first
!nil only defeat. on the Indians,
'Pining a 4.3 baU game. Bill Wil.
!nark held the Indians to four
Ingles, two of which went to Fred
;ham'. Benny Horton was the bat.
Int hero for' the 'Yankees, driv.
Ag in two runs and celecting two
(.
its in as many' trips to the plate,
', :- Finat Standings "A'. A'
sem ; W L Pct.
ndisna '', : '5 1 ".855

t, , .,
sam ; W L Pet.
idians '5 1 -.833
(ankees. .., 3 2 .600
'igers .. ,,. 1 3 .250
thletics ', 1 4 '.200
' i- LEAGUE HORSESHOES
.
Trank Aseron Won the tourna tournatent
tent tournatent by taking the measure of
Owlet 'McFall by one point, 15-
4 in the final match. Twent y yhree
hree yhree boys entered the competition
tut illness caused several defauls
1
ith both Aseron and McFall win winng
ng winng their semi-final matches in
.
t a manner. ,

ILEAGIllts.; ,..7,,:.v,,,, '',; ,--, 1
:pier! Kline .-"1 .,4,1, ;i'-:- 78 : 10 '.. '',.' 48
tAsa Batity.'-, ',. '.-',i" 93 20 73 ''
Matt liungadt...: 91', 19 ., 72
Dan-- Des Londe& ',89'-' 20,: ', 69 '
'IP hada ,French. 94 20 '' y 74
,,i'lEric rrhart; -4,, 83 10 ',6 78
t Fred Dubc.:'',..q.' i' 98- '''14 -4' 82 '"

C LEAGUE'.
'Leo:' linger...,

i q: FRAN TWOMEY CARDS
' FIRST BIRDIE
,
' After thirty' years 44 golf, Fran
Twomey sank a long one,' for her
Aria hirdie..This happened at the
',IPWGA, tournament held recently
11,1e
at the Rodman, golf club.. ,,
-,Jean Sullivan was undisputed
'finer' of he day with low gross
' nd low net scores of ,, 83 and SS
, espectively Other 'prize winners
re: ,,.,,, 1, !,, i-,1 .74 (,,,,,::,,,I,',
Phyllis Mansfield ',,i : :,, St

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nrow;h the couriesy of the Such
mit Hil s golf club, tne intramural
golf tournament was the most am amoitious
oitious amoitious attempked in several year.
Playing 36 hoies on two successive
Saturday's on toe Summit tayout,,
29 boys entered the competition,
with 17 of them compleung toe
entire 36 holes, This was' far and
away the most interest shown in
the intramural golf for many years1
and it is bopeu that the boys will1
continue to develop their ability'
in tins game. : --1 1
, As is all intramural competition!
at the Balboa, Junior 4 Senior Highl
Schools, the golf was helci in 3
classes, A,. B, and C. Jeff Mine
and Asa Barley battled it out in
' the A League and wally enoed
a tie with a net score o- 135 each.1
Time didn't permit and playoit.
Kline shot a net ot 68 for the 4rstl
18 and held a 5 stroke lead over
Bar ey, but in the second 18, Bar Barley
ley Barley pulled into the tie. Mine tooic
low gorss honors for the A League
with a very' fine 155 ior the 18
In the B League Jimmy John Johnson
son Johnson won the title by a comfortable
margin,. His lipid net Score air 18
holes was 133, and Joel Thomp Thompson'
son' Thompson' Ids closest rival had 145. John
Son,' playing with a 24 handicap,
lead both days of the tournament
carding a net 65 on the first day
,and a 78 on the second. It was
Bob Diller who won' low gross bk
nors in 'this league, coming .in
with a 176. Bob had gross scores
of 90 for the' first 18 and 86 or
the second.- '
In the C League Leo Dehling'.
er completely outclassed Ids com competition'.
petition'. competition'. He won' the C League
tournament with a low net of 131
and took low gross trophy with
an excellent 159, only four more
strokes than Line had in the A
League. Tom rerantine was 25
strokes behind Dehlinger with a
156 'net score for second spot.

e INTR4411;riii' GGLF. TGU-RNAiliNi-
- Results '
Winners L0w Gross &ores: A League,. Jett :; ;' '155
, B League, Bob 175 '''
- -,,, ;' C League,' Leb Dehliinger -159 ,,

lst 2nd
:1tound ildep. Net Round Ildep. Net Total
Gross Gross Net

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Gross -- Net -'' 4. ?
,-- By NORMAleMiLLER
' -- ' New,,, York ,(1.1P1..o., Baseball
18 71 10 87 '"" 135 took its first step ,toward elimi.
13 82 20, .' 62 135 nation of -the '4chinese" home run
2 84 '19 65 131 when Commissionero Ford', Erick
19 ' 89 20 69 '-, 138 announced Monday ,fliat a mall
14 92 20 '72 'AO vote ,,is ,ibeing taken. to establish
78 ' 85 10 '''' 75' -153't. 325-footrAeul hoof and 40(k --utoot
B2 '''''' sa'' '14, '".14' 156 1' enter- field, MillIMUMS :
' -', .., Frick. a sti sai ha WAS asking,
' , I'. ,'-'-' ' ' the rules ,comatit-as ,,t s '.ta -,mail
B5 92 24 -- 68 133' ballot to ban onstail.t:to of tem,.
70 95 20 75 145
74 -,.. 97 24 ,, 73 147 porary fences closer than 400 feet
to "eliminate rich- things as
16 i ,."-86 ,14 72 ,: '148:
73 102 24 78 ,T.' 151, Pittsburgh's old Gretnborg Gat
dens." ,-,., ,,,,, ,1 ', ,,x. a
76 97 :.. 20 .. 77 153 A, The contm;',1d et er ',. denied. that
82 '; 100 ... 24 ,76 158 his action mal prompted by ,the
76 102 20 82 ,,158 - .foror over instillation of P screen
81 104 22 82 163 in the Los ,,. Angeles ,COlitiMIM itt
88 ' 93 14 - 79 165 the 250-foot mark. .,ovcr which
ga :.-. 101 24 77 145 hitters -have 'been showering 'hip
87 93 16 ': 77 .164
02 116 24 82 184 fly home rens,:', c, , ,-,
"I've had this in mind a long
00 126 24 92. 193 time, being conc!rte I &hour the
14 ', 119 -- 24 .-,... 95,',.309 : 250-foet home rat rule.", Frick
, ' -. ' - : a sser te d. "Ari.h, two new
, ,
, - stadiums to, be built ---- in log
64 -82 14 68', 131 ', Angeles and San Frarcisco --we
79. 102 24 78 156 should be interested in standard standard79
79 standard79 :111 24 87 166 izing the fields." -,, ;,,-
95 123 II 93 .:' 190 Frick added he. "Lid -9 bunch
95 123 '24 99 194 that the next five years would tee
. 1 a number of other new stadiums,
,
- both in the majors anti -moors,
' alewa.--s'''
F and the adoption of his sugges
. -, tion would prevent. future, corn corn.
. corn. . plications. ," ,. 1
,' "There is 'no, way to change the
' fa' situation in Los Angeles." he ez..
- Ruth Wallace ; nlained "I sUggested a secondary
. Ruth Daniels ' 69 r
- screen, 330 feet front home plate,
Betty McGuire .. 71 and that balls hit over the first
Martha Brbster , 71
, 73 ,, rreen should be merely doubles.
Betty Hennan -,
Alice French .' .. 73 put local earthquake laws forbid
. 13 erection of screens in the stands
Edith Mathieson
Helen Owens , 74 thernselve;-"- 1 '
, ,. 76 prick said that the Los Angeles
, Mae Askew
. -, Coliseum, which has become
The next monthly PWGA tour- known es Walter O'Malley's "Chi
nament will be held at the Bra-4 nese Theatre.", would-- not have
ZOS Brook Golf and Country Club been sonroved as It permsnent
on Saturday,- May 24- -, -, home for the erstwhile Brooklyn

Tigers Seek
2nd Straight
Over Ch'amp

The Tigers of Cristobal H g
School will try for their second
triumoh of the year over the Jun,
inr College Green Devils tonight.
In their orevious encounter. The
Tigers, with the aid of a "friendly
whistle." defeated Junior College
by a score of 57.15
In last Thursday's game Cristo.
bat High School lost a tough 0111P
to Balboa High School with the
Bulldogs winning in overtime. How
ever, bad the number ,of ir st
downs been used to break the tie
at the end nf regulation play the
Tigrs would bav ',ekd out t an another
other another victory.'
In its two games with 'Balboa
Cristobal fligh School has ieund
it feasible to use bit Geor ge
Kirkland on a nart.time back A Against
gainst Against Junior College big Georde
Droved a valuable asset to the Ti.
gers offensively and degensivtly
while demoralizing the Jitnior Col:
lege rebounders with a' fine dis
nIPV of coach Pahimbn's vugge;1
style line olay. Junior C g e'
hearts will be he ivy, if Ceorge is
unable to go all the way tonilht.
"Psoint a minIte"Alevander
will be out to inerease his scoring
edge over 8' 47 Bill Gibson and
lim Selby is determined to re rebound
bound rebound flawlessly for four complete
quarteri. ,
,
The line ups: t
' Junior College t
Cody f; Selby t; Alexander et
Wright tit, Arongo g,
Cristobal High
Sasso f; 4 Pabon Gibson et
Bosemall g: Clun

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pardens, Fla., behind a twin-motored boat. If you getk out of line in this sport, you're all wet

Summit Ili Is Golf aub's Board
of Governors wi,1 consider ways
and means of increasing the
club's membership at the regualr
board meeting On Thursday night,
according to an announcement by,
William Jamison, president ',' o.
Summit Hills.
members will mean more
improvements for the club and

Chm , -.1eourse, Jamison stated., Me
.,4111011OW0,1010141rOliMMOMEIMIOMINEM.0,00,1.1111MMMO.

Dodgers;
."Certainly hope' that r Babe
Ruth's record of 60' home runs
isn't broken," he said. "I don't
think ft will be at Los 'Angeles,
either, But that's a bridge we'll we'llcross
cross we'llcross when we come 'to it,
The' new rulespraimed-lo r pre prevent
vent prevent the cheap home" run: would
be effective June 1 for any, new 1
park or for any park In ,which
;Iterations ,m I t be, planned
after that date.,, At Prick's re request,
quest, request, the mall :poll of the,' 10-
Man rules committee Will be con conducted
ducted conducted b3r, chairman Jim Gallagh.
er of the Philadelphia Phillies,
While the new minimum ruler
would not poly. to those parks

laiready in existence beisuse beisuseI
I beisuseI it's impossible to alter t the old
parks" Frick pointed Out that
only six of the current major
league parks meet -his require,

These are Detroit, Kansas City'
and Chicago in the, American
League a n d Philadelphia, San
Francisco and Chicago M, the:
$ati?nal League. ; ',

tioxican Ecoineer
Wins S6I 753 In 1st
,
,
Try, To Pick limners
- AGUA CALIENTE Mexico, MO'
S (UP) Daniel Tell(); 26, a Ti 1
Juana. Mex, engl leer, picked
six winners "on intrelps" yester.
day and collected saimn,g3 in the
51(rhandlcapping pool.
Telro,, who had ncver seen 6
horse race until lasc week a n d
who hid 'never bet on one until
today, had the oni7 perfect card.
He bought a, $4 tirAct w o n
the' rilajor award of S60,f173 His
card also, called for,one shard of

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t. i

Board have nine of the best greens. (on
ways the Jsthmus:, Our paintings and
' the preventive maintenance program 1
!guall, for the clubhouse is almosk,com.
night, pleted Thanks to Ted Jordaa, and
nt by to the many people who have con cone.
e. cone. tributed plants and trees, our laniseeping-
project should ,resu t
' Summit being the best landscaped
mcl club in the Canal Zone.", ,
,,11,12,u, Summit needs more members,
nc Jamison says, because there are
several projects that ean't be CQIIto,
pletea or startedivithout added in in,
, in, come. These include a driving
range that won't' interfere with
, course plaY, a practice' pitehing,;
green, reconstruction of the main
, ariveway and parking lot, altera alteration
tion alteration and improvements s, to the
course-drainage system, acquisi.
tion of several pieces, of course
, equipment, and erection of a bo bo-
- bo- hio Vora which the entire couree
, may;be viewed.. z, "o
Dane' According to Jamison, 'Summit
runs is more prosperous now than dur.
don't ing most of its years of existence.
ogeles, "That doesn't mean we have 'a
we'll- huge bank ,balance, or a stack of
government- bonds. Instead, our
o pre prosperity, ik the tourse, itself.' We
would have hired the workers and spent
Y new .the money necessary ; to ,advance
which beyond the 'status citio,' Instead
tinned of having ta course that is just
i'srurlee., Playable, we have course that
10., should. be play.ed ,--- by, more and
,leipeacsro.kn; more people."
tilagh., Jamison explained that there are
three ,types o, memberships for
whicb, Canal Zone residents, and
others. who have CZ nriVileges,
1,,.teetuheaet !ire eligible: regular active, regu.
le old lar junior, and social. Regular ac-'
tive members,, pay five dollars
major monthly dues and regular junior
!quite. members pay one dollar per
.k, month; neither type. member
s City, Pays dues ,during vacation periods.
ierican The ,iew rate for juniors (linen.
ployed minors) is one o' Summit's
, San
, several efforts to encourage young
" people to take up golf. Social mem
: bers pay three dollarl per year.

the 2 per cent consolation prize,
which was$5315,60 and, was ahar,
ed ,,by 64 other persons, :
Tello, formerly a water engineer
for the Modcan government, deci
ed, after making his selectlona
and intresting his four dollars
that he should buy a Daily Rac Racing
ing Racing Form an&see how his picks
stacked up.. Someone had to 4 ex.
plain, to him how tct read "t h e
dope' 4
Tello is married and has tour
children.' His selections included
three favorites and three outsides,
, River Clipper, local champion,
earned, s right to startin next
Sunday's. 250,000 added Caliente
Handicap lys taking the 1 second
division of the Zaeatras Handicap
at a mile and 10 yards.'

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School. Swim Meet
At Gilltck Thursday
The first Interschool swim meet
of the season will be held ,at the
Fort Gulick pool on Thursday MaY
8 at 7:00 p.m. ' 1 ),
.
-, This meet will feaiut the Bal.
boo, Cristobal and 'Junior College
varsity swiinmers whti,will cont.'
pete for,honors in the high school
events and will also have as an
odaed attraction the Balboa. and
Cristob-I Junior Ill.h swimmer!'
who will ,compete in their own e.,
vents. t t'e w ''' t 4
, i ,,,
,
J A fnll night -of excitement and
exetsuent, comneltion is in store
for -the spectators.- Since his IR
the first meet of he season pre.
dictions os to winnino, performanc,
r es would be risky if not futile.
Throuah the, enurtesy awl cooner.
pilot, of OA ll.g.' Armv Corthhean
the Fort Gulick :Pool ha been
merit avritable fm thim meet
Ffiture meets 'will be held As
fopnwv. ,-
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CHS JC.BHS.Balboa 7:-pO p.m.
, Cristobal Jr. Iligh.13 alboa Jr.
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78 : 10 08 7 10 67 735 took its first step .loward elimL Ruth's record of SOI home runs is more prosperous now than dui. 154' ,, ,
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- 89 20 69 ',, -43g announced Monday, that a mail either, But that's a bridge we'll- huge banitibalance, or a stack of Cristobal Jr. Iligh.13 Alb 6 a Jr.
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!Y., ,!Y : !,?.!!t 1325.foot (0111 tAlei Aft 4Citt 0,1IM Ana new rulegirlimettlos, pre- prosperity ik,the totifse, itself,' We 121 'I. - tar AMMONIUM

, ' Frick lel said ha was' asking, be effective JUne 1 for lay, new .the poney necessary to ,advance
' ' the rules comattt'os !ts Park or tor any park in which beyond the 'status quo,' Instead ,
phruson 89 24 ', 65 92 24 68 I 3' t be, planoed of having course that is just ,
)MPSOn SO 20 70 95 20 75 1 5 ballot to ban Installvto of tee alterations An th
porary fences closer than 400 feet after that date.,, At Frick's re. playable, we have a course that "0"" ,
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lad 13D !center. field MillIMUMS 1 vent le chean home" rum! wnuld havi hired the workerm and mnent ' t , ,

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.is) AtIA At ;i 11) , .1 dens," by, chairman Jim GallagiL1 Jamison explained that there are 4 , I 1 11
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, 'pus action prompted ny ine Me new, mtnilnum Lanai ZOne residents, and 1r-i di d A 4 dot Job- 1 1 I

!1,11 tti. 11.1 !?,.! i,turor over ingotflation of P screen 1 Would not to those oeri; others who have CZ priVileges, 1 II tilt f r 11 It 11

, .1":12 I in the Los ,,, Angeles ,ColinPum itPready in existence are eligible: regular active, rega. '1j 11. i31111,Ij liki I II

14 Iv Lo3 i the 250-foot mark. ',ovcr which 4 it's, impossible to alter t, the-- -it'd 1 lar junior, and social. Regular ac-li kg 1117 ,Nof ir 11'
: 12! ', 1,(n hitters -have'been showering pop t parks" Frick pointed out th2t lave members, pay Jive dollars 111 , k a t onwii

1 paters 1111 Ve oevn Foowering pbp I parns - mei( pointed Out that I uve I) ;1-1, i it
iiiemperst, pay oolu!rs 111

'fly home runs. 7, lenlY., six of the 'eurront 111;1;; 1 Monthly dues end regular junior rt.! A 15r r to -r r 1 rr. -, 11 t

115 24 52 154 "rya had this in minti s 1(1110 HAI Cilia "...Ira I mpmhPrt may' nna. flair nom 111 100 rti ,,di DRI I ritir71 IF 41.1
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Toro Pera le. 102 24 ,' 78 102 24 78 136 .;hould be interested in standard, ,National League ' e geople to take up golf. Social mem 1, ,..., ,t, ,', 4 ,L ', ,,: ... la ii i 1 t
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after 4 p.m, HOU" 743-1,1,6 la!"
FOR SALL-1950 Ilutck sedan.
Best offor. Tel. Panama 3-6304'
'Ci)n yp:..nte.:1Vir.,11
Vit.1.;TO',51;!it.2tif.'::':
,
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'11111-"'lre
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LONDON, (1.1P).. MIL
lionahl shipowner Aristotle Onas Onassis
sis Onassis says ."flags of, convenience"
give shipowners new what Britain
gave them before two world wars
"Free enterprise,' Initiative' and
to restrictions." ,
Onassis said .on BBC televld
sion program 'yesterday that in
addition to tax reliefs, registra registration
tion registration of ships in Panama, Liberia
or Honduras also avoided restric..
tions on currency or trading.
Onassis, who gave the filmed
interview aboard his Liberian.re Liberian.re,
, Liberian.re, gistered yacht, added "if you have
vessel and someone wants to
, charter, it, he wants to make bis
decision in a matter of hours or
minutes. ,
"If yofttell the charterer am
going to ask my government to
give me clearances' be knows it
' takes days or weeks.
- "He juta doesn't like t wait and
tannot afford to wait. The result
is lost business." 7'
Onassis said the only "sensible"
way out 'was to make "Inconveni
ent" Not convenient.
"if England does that. they will
all follow and all the shipowners
in exile will come home gladly--
even if,the inconveatAnce remains
to a bearable extent." he said.
The Greek shipowner hai
000 tons of shipping registered und under
er under the flags of Panama and
, beria. , ,
-
TANKS CRUSH SOLDIER
.
COEPPINGEN, 'Germany (UP
U.S. Army Pvt.' Paul F. -Bush,'
Van 20,, of ,Waterbury. Vt.,2was
crushed to 'death ixtween two
tanks during training exercises
here last Wednesday,- the, Army
announced yesterday.

'Conycni3nce fl?gr,is

"Free enterprise,' initiative' and 78. Kumla owes tasen 111 march has- been- refuted both, times by 0. 1 --r''''-' ,,
tocontinue. ,''' , ,, s" d; ''I
.
' to restrictions." , ' 10 'while visiting the Canary Is.
,( ,Youn rrn BURT? the President, who- has urged Iiim ' CIINE0,,' Italy 1-(1)7)--An earn
tremor shook this northern Italia!
, Onassis said,on 1 BBC televli lands. As, Col, :Douglas Clifton. 1Telned Chita east wiU reli
sion program 'yesterday that M Brown, Ruffside presided over any foot trout tem, egnous,
IldditiOn to tax reliefs, registra. commons senions dtu'ing which a., burrows too nalK.bot mg. i Politest observers predicted that town today but no damage wal
tion of ships in Panama, Liberia Sir Winston Chirchill made some : ail' rvetei'e ''''S'CHO'LL'54 ,, the ,French governmental system reported4 The ,, shock, 'as ,, revs
. or Honduras also avoided restric.. of his most famous World War II c, c c . , inay be headed 'for a complete tered at 'the'' nearby 'Oropa Ob
tions on currency or trading. speeches, Ile was created 'a vis. Proaucts 48 ,., ehreakdown, if Pleven fails in Ms servatory,, which said i,it listec
J. Annewena .Aeli. &I tforte. t AO 4,
' Onassis, who gave the filmed count ,,on ,' hie retirement !rein Tel. 3-2217 etooltralle under two minutes., : , t
-
,..4.lokaw .1..4 lilt tihorian re.. COMMON. 0 .. ft i k t Mi,--,-.2..7...L',';..,2'..- '-",,,.. '' ,-,, -,v ,,, ,

, Ames 11,1,P miLmrtaa m-
, listered yacht, added "If you have
'14 I, I
s vessel and someone wants to l D. It 1 1
charter, It. he wants to make his uav I nem. MANNY' arvige erSOnne-
, -7 ';

tip-eiginn 1.11 A matter of boors or s 11 Government EMIOSICS II 24,-;"1 II

5- dr
minutes I Are eligible to finance that NOV 16" 1-4
- ,g As London UP)' The Sunday
" Itelw ft Vas. as, illArodwis en Vann. "El inr:a t,

- you. tpe undu v& newspaper. The People' ,reportea 1 -ti;;;;10,77, ff 4"
going to ask m government to that a Londoner -who bet on' the Agency .
give me elearancea' be knows it
scarcity of tickets 'to '"Mv- Fair 1 ,,' s. :

' takes days or weeks.
DEHLINGER 11, I-
A 'Lady may lose money It said II
1-4. ,,1,sol, 4,i wail 11- ., liikA tillAILAS tie-AM A, A.

K-15 Ju'" """" "-- --" -"- Aosepa v zuggey r uoug
tannot afford to wait. The result
, worth of ticket; toe the show and
is lost business." e sold,there for a 81,500 profit, The
GOVERNMENT EMPLCIYEES , - -
'foams W L With' Joe'Sullivan'i 508'
; FINANCE CO. openly

- Onassis sate tne muy newspaper said Buggey ,used the I 'tie. 43 AUTOMOBILE gow, Rent tAgarettea :
way out was to make alinconvent, Hillman.,Dunlop; f
ent" Not convenient. money for more tickets-but ran I Panama City.
into difficulties , Phw's 34913-4-Aell Blue AtarDuran Coffee
' "if England does that. they will , ,
Balboa Brew
A ea a ss S SO t

' all follow and all the shipowners
, ; s'People aren't buying as well , .. .,. , .. 7ivou ,Travei Agents ,,, ,,' 2
, in exile will come home gladly-- Zenith Radios A , 1
as lhey should," he was quota ., N , .,; .. ,. , e
, t : ,, SeottAtwater ,Motors 0
. even if ,the intonventAnre remains as saying. "1 may,. have to sell i ., , Martini Pepsi 'Ca& ' 1
' to a bearable extent," he said. ', mtne at ,a )oss." ',
Mk. flook alp oll I twttwelAgb Ile I Ita

000 tons of shinning registered nod.
ft; 11 ttwUAIALAWZ'
V" er the flags of Panama and 1,14 ole

, beria , i , , writ I Tvilina vil
I via' 1
'rANKS CRUSH SOLDIER ,,,., ; .., 1 :14).ND9.N A,1)11.), A: !eletalion ritpvgg4
e

. . ; . :. ot tne L.ommittea ol x oln n ,r. 1 , I
te011
. GOEPPINGEN, 'Germany (up osnizglop or thi.'; Soviet Union I -I'
, , arc
N,
U.S. Army Pvt.', Paul F. Bush- left I o r ,.; New Y 0 r k I a s t ,i , I ..., ' ,. the
i 'way,' 20,, of Waterbury, Vt., 'WAS 'right. MoscOw Radio renorted to.1 t
crushed .: to 'death between' two dap.,,The broadcast said the three. A itternationai :Jew' etry id: v.
tanks during training exercises man grouo is visiting, the United 1 . 1
155 Central .; Ave. ter
, here last Wednesday the Army States at the Invitation of the VMS.
,
announced yesterday. , Students' -Travel -Council.;, r .' .
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A; their
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t .' sot' ; Reg- ulem-rAla- -'"
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. A requiem ,tizast,wilt be 'hal to o fd
3S '"4,,, 4.;ThMe01
1 i' Thursday morning at ,St. Paull er- in
, I,
1 t 41,i Church, For the tato:, Fong A Thell
, James.,'4.,'?1, ,''' .;r,.,..,,,,, ,, .;, ,, counei
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: .: 'PLYING 'BOXED OARPackaged tor ,trouble..toP.! Is the ' FOR RENT:--Weil furnisbeali Toront
the M
$ 'Jour-passenger, all-purpose British Nehicle,' below,''' 'It weighs comfortably, 3 boJroom nal-,
. Phut 700 pounds, and is designed to'tie dropped from a tiiane. donee. eieinity American Erna. tion el
, ,
cailed the "Harrier," once the box is opened the vehicle is hassy.. $250.00 manthly' rent -13hfieirit:
ready to go as soon as itis pnfolde(L 'It was first dispiyed at 1 with 1 year iease,--Wolff and
Ewe in
' relno-dshire Et- land 'N. 1 Company. Tat. 3-6969.
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'FLYING BOXED OARPa' ckaged for ,trouble,' 1.013 IS the
Ifour-passenger, all-purpose British vehicle,' below It weighs
Ibut 700 pounds, and is designed to'be dropped from a plane.
'Called the "Harrier," once the box is 'opened the vehicle is
ready to go as SOOn as itis unfolded,. It was first displayed at
l'elnldshire land.
,
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13 FOR SALE
TELEPHONE 2-0740

I
Apartments
FOR RENT w le El Cangreie,
two bed room apartment, dining
living room, largo kitchen,
maid's room, excellent view.
Call 3-7453; ,
FOR RENT -- Army, insposted
furnished 'one bedroom sea.
ment All tonvenieneoCilth of
July Aye.. Phone 2-2081,
' ;
FOR RENT ,- Aptartnient 3
bedrooms, 3 bathrooms,. maid's
'room. hot warm El Cangrokl, 1.
Street 155) No. 23Telephones,
2-0487, 3-6523.' Prise $150.
FOR RENT Two bedroom a apertment,
pertment, apertment, furnished. ground
floor., Very good condition,
4 675.00. Jos da Fibres& Aye AyeAttie
Attie AyeAttie No. ,16, rear. Phone
6074.
FOR RENT:Apartmente fur furnished
nished furnished or unfurnished one and ,,','
"Itwo bedrooms, in new built
house in Via Fernando do Cor Cordoyao
doyao Cordoyao Vista Hermosa. Upstairs
, of the Muebleria Moderns Su Su.
. Su. cursal. Call at Tel.' 2-2883
-
.4 FOR 11ENT:-,Screened apart-
mem of 3 largo bedrooms each
witr closets ,and bathroom.
livingroom, kitcheno and
mairs toom with toilet and
lavatory $130.00 per stionth.
' Also FOR RENT:, Furniture
apartment of one bedroom,
, kitchen and liSing Iroom
$60.00 per month. Apartments
over Swift & Co. on 4th of July,:
, Avenue.' Apply; Sanity, or
phonet lopkinu Balboa 2966.'
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT:.-Three spaces dolt.
, able for, shops or storage: 22.,
feet by 63 foot; IS foot by 25
foot; and 19 feet by 30 loot.,
'All with high ceilings and drive.:
in doors. In rear of Swift & Co
"on 4th of July AVI111141. lohonoi:
Hopkins. Balboa 2966, ,
,
COMMONS SPEAKER'DIES
LONDON' (UP) k Viscount
Ituffside,' speaker -of -the House
of Commons from 1943 t0.1951,
died here yesterday at the Sot of
78. Ruffsidemvas taken ill March
10 'while visiting the Canary Is.
lands. As, Col, :Douglas Clifton CliftonBrown,
Brown, CliftonBrown, 'Ruffside 'presided, over
commons sessions during which
Sir Winston Chirchill made some
of his most famous World War II
speeches, Ile was created 'a Ws--
count ,,,un hie retirement from
cmmons. -,041
'v N
' , A
mAy LOSE MONEY '', k.,1;14
London UP) ;,., The, Sunday
hewspaper The People ,reported
that a Londoner who bet on' the
scarcity of tickets to, "My-Fair
Lady" may lose money.- It said
Joseph v Buggey rbougnt $3,000
worth of ticketa t the show and
sold,them for a S1,500 profit, The
newspaper said Buggey ,used the
money for more tikets but ran
into difficulties.
s'People aren't buying att well
as they should,"' he was quoteol
as saying. "I may. have to sell
mtne at a toss."
SOVI Er YOUTHS' ON VISIT
LONDON' ,,171')-4;., .' de egation
the Committee' of Youth r
osnizstiop nt the Soviet Union
left for New York 'last
rieht. Moscew Radio renorted to.
dap.,,lbe broadcast said the three.
man grow, is visiting, the United
States at the livitation of the CMS.
Students' 'Travel -Council., r
41

LEAVE ?OHS Ai WITH ONW 0? ova AGrwrs On OHS ornr A? 134? "Ilr 14THERT, PIMA'44 tnotrin4 PPECIADOT Street Ho. n Anna 45
'NTERNAL pUBLICACIoNFANo I Loom Plaza CASA zAuxii--ceion Ave. 45 LouRDEs PHARNIAci-ig2 I.a Car.asouilla VAAMACIA LOW.
SARDC).-No "IP' Shoot MORRISON-4th al July Aso. & M. LEWIS SFEVICE-4ze. Tivoli No. 4 PARMAti't UNIDOS--I45 Central Ave
VASMACIA 11.11X.414 Ce11110 41.0011 HousrHoLn EXCHANGE-4 Po. do a nom Ave No,41 poTonomvingte ArtnIIIPpli give elm 33 at OAmAtel4
VAN-DEB4111414 Steed Be. al 4mM 411 EIL BATURRO-.Putoo Latour 1 'trod FAIIMACLI "SA1"7-Via Tattoo III BOVLDADES 41111B Beside
the Bella Vista Tirostra COLON: Costral Avows 17.116 ToL

1
Resoits''
s
SHRAPNEL'S furnished homes,:
en beach. Phone Thompson,
, Balboa 1771.
" Baldwin's furnished apartments'
et Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Balboa 1681.
FOSTER'S Cottages and Lam
'Beach House. Ons mile past the the-
- the- Casino. Phone Balboa 1866..
, PHILLIPS. Ckeansida Cottages
Santa Clara R. do P. Phone Pa- ;
nama 3-1877 tristabal 3-1673.
I
, FOR RENT --, Peautifully fur t
niched housikeeping room, don don41e
41e don41e couch,. refrigerator, kitchen
' cabinet with '', attached stove,
, 'bath, ant entrance independent.
, No. 3, 52nd Street, Phone 3,
I
1
Houses'
Summer cottage on, Iseautific
Vermont Lake for rent. Curtin-,
.sis 3219 evenings.'
R E NT tAt 50th street
1. No, 15, 2 bedroom hews. fur-
' nished, neighborhood, ,,,
'''' 6 monthe or permanent et
cupancy, Information at Cuba
, Avenuo No. 25-43w Phone 2'
0481.
Ifotol: HOLLAND HOUSE
1 I from the Itiart of
SonlJosi Cosia Rica
Completely modern konvenlinces
Suites and Bungalow; all with
tricots bath. Hot and cold water.
Price: de and dB daily!
With meals.
, Cosmopolitan kitchen
e- Horse riding. t
2 For reservation 4).
, per 4459
Manager: BIB ,and Stoner Jaspers'
Iota ErET 11111111
trained Chiropodist wiU irelieve
imp, foot trouble, corns, eallous
eel, ingrown toe nalls,.toot otos.
Services' 6scnoLL's,
1' Products
J. azosewena Jive, 33-41
Tel. 3-2217
' Service Personnel,.
Government Employees''
Are eligible to finance that NSW
or USED Car or Borrow mg your
, presort ear through
Agency
DERINGER
s representing ',
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
; FINANCE C0.2,t
Pm 43 AUTOMOBILE KOW,
Panama City.
Phone 11-4934-4-48111
International Ince
155 Central Ave.
LIFE INSUItANCE
, tall
-JIM WOE
General Agent
- Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Lessisto se.
PANAMA vt9LON
Requierri Alass
,
A requiem thasswill be held
Thursday morning at St. Paull
Church for the late Felix
James. '0 r
The mass will beglis at 610 e.m
1
FOR RENTr--Well F1011611414
comfortable,, 3 bedroom resi.
dance. vicinity American Env.
bossy. $250.00 monthly rent
with 1 year lease.--Wolff and
Company. TO. 3-6969.

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Miscellaneous
FOR SA1.11 Care and Trucks
- accessories,' also'sparo parts for
Diesel., Caterpillars. a.m. me-
.fors, t refrigerators, solo vaults.
Wo also hail!, for sal:
,"GMC" 312 ton tuck in good'
condition. We sell all kinds of ,t
surptus material. : COWMEN.-
' TM. SUPPLYERS Central Ave.
No. 12.179, lith St. Tel.
1038-1 Apt. TO91,, Colon.' 4
1
FOR 'SALE -, Boy's tailor-mods
summer sult,410.00. Complete
, Boy Scoot uniform, $4.00. Both
ago 11. Wool sport jacket,' ago
, 14, $S.00. Telophono, Balboa s
FOR SALE Caloric gat stove
six burner, 2 ovens s $150.00,
lioys 20 inch bicycle $20.00.
Phone Curundir 5281er Pans
- f ATTENTION ,
' COIN COLLECTORS
FOR ,SALE:Seven hundred1
' 1700) old Weer coins,' dated
, front 1770 to 1855. For
mation. can TA 2-2730,; on
"'May 12 only. '
FOR SALLGood clean 'desk,
2 It. in. by 44 Ito 2 in. with
;center drswor and ale sifts draw'
, ors --- $20.00. Phones Hopkins,
Balboa' 2B6B
Pleven In, tluddle
To-- End' France's.
Political Crisis
PARIS, May 6 (VP) Premier.,
candidate 'Rene Pleven huddled
todiy with key political leaders 'in
a last-chances bid for suffitient
support to form a government anti
end France's three-week.old cabi cabinet
net cabinet crisis,
Pleven announced yesterday that
he, would let President Rene Coty.
know definitely st 0 p.m. whether
be will start forming a cabinet or
step out of the Picture.'
, The 57-yestold 'resistance-IUD.
SR) party leader has twice asked
Cot), for permission to' give us, but
has been refuted both, times' by
the President,' who- has urged
to continue- d;
Political observers predicted that
the ,French governmental system
may be headed ,for a complete
breakdown if Pleven fails in Ms
efforts. 4401. 4,001111ronis
, BM. OA SUMMER LEAGUE
'Name' -7. W 1
Kent Cigarettes' 4
HillmanDunloP : 4 ; i
Blue AtarDuran Coffea"." (3
Balboa Brew '',,,,, 2
Tivoli Travel Agents ',- ; 2
Zenith' Radios ', ; :
SeettAtwater Motors .' 0
Alartinl Pepsi 'Cola "' ', 0 1
Teams' W 1.1
Kent Cigarittes 4 10
" 4 0
Blue Star-Duran Coffee'' '''',,, (3 1
Balboa Brew 2 .2
Tivoli Travel Agents , 2 2
Zenith' Radios A ; ,, 1 3
Scott.Atwater Motors 0 4
Martini Pepsi Cola ' 0 4
The 'men's summer session of
bowling got under way at the Bal.
boa Bowlerena. 1103 Is the league
that is stripped of the glamour of
fancy shirts, trophies, etc. This
rould be called the Auldge.podge
circuit becuasel t is a mixtursof
the 'Oassic league calibre bowler
down to the, beginner of ; novice
in thii'art el throwing a ten to
1 pound pumpkin to knock down
ten harmless pieces Of maple.
" '
,'', In appreciation of the kupport
given by Panama Jnerchants ,dur ,during
ing ,during 'the serious session of the
winter league, the boys have eon
tinued the names of the ,"Snew
and Sleet" loop. Since Pan Cs.
nal ls going to rip up four alleys
at a timee the loop had to oper operate
ate operate on an eight, team schedule.
Mciieal Pitc1,16rs,',1
Holjut .0011),Osit;
Of Dcigi.-
MONTREAL, May 6 ,cup),
the Brooklyn Dodgers are having
trouble finding pitching talent,
they can find plenty on their Mon.
treat farm club. ,
Only three Dodger pitchers have
managed to go the distance since
thp season 'started but righthank
er 1Billy Harris -gave be Royals
their third route-going prerform
Ince in as many games when he
beat the Havana Sugar Kings, 10,.
4, Monday night.
The victory boosted Montreal in into
to into a first place tie with Rochest,
er in the International League.
Thelleysl'a hurlers have now lic liccounerl
counerl liccounerl for 12 complete gamei in
20 outings.
,Elsewheri last night, RocIcy Nei
ion's lth.inning homer enabled
Toronto to edge Miami, 3-2, after
the Marlins had won the comple
tion of Sunday's suspended game,
-3,, Rochester and Columbus hal
their game halted ,by rain after
five innings with the score tied 3-3,
and the Buffalo-Richmond contest
was ro 4:,aned by rain.

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Horne Articles
' FOR SALE One hospital load
and mattress. Call 2.2602.
FOR SALE g Console free
, Westinghouse sewing machine,.
,svith attschmonts. Call Fort Ant Ant,
, Ant, odor 3134..
FOR SALE --aw Hi-FL Wartda le
sattakata la cu. ft:tandems.
25 watt amplifier, wimp. Call
FOR SALE -- RCA Victor TV
'21in. Living Room suite.
FOR ..SALE Chris baby
, carriage, playpen, Norte Electric
, Dryer, almost new. Phone 3-
' 1709. e t
FOR SALE Cheap mustloaso
for Statosi, 2 s mahogany single
, bed;" with spring and mattresses.
mahogahy ;, room sot:
Phomi 3-0039 after
, FOR SALE ,-.-Eloctrio Sowinip
machine witk : buttonhole at4
, tachment price: $60.00. Phone?,
; Whipple., Balboa 2612. ,t
FOR $ALE:--Dining room' fitlitet
Louie 14th bid, dresser, inner-
spring 'mattress,, -golf clutn4,,.
kitchon-chairso ant othor. items.
la !boa 2-1224..
,, AN EXPENSIVE LOOK , :
LISBON, N.D. (UP y Ralph
Bec,ker stopped his car when he
spotted a' doe and buck deer t
give his children a good lo-ok at the
two animals. The buck charged in.
to the car once and then stalked
away, with the doe. The repair bill
for damage to the car totaled $300.
OL.1! GRENADE EXPLODES
S XAGO, DE COMPOSTtA,1
Spain ,(1JP),,4, rye, ,boyi were)
treated -today 'for serious injuries
caused by the explosion.' of a
Spanish Civil, War hand grenade
they dug from othe blnks, pt. their
swimming ,bole. 't
kIKAKES,TIN
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' CUNE0,.' It'aly -4-(1)7)--An earth
tremor shook this northern Italian
town today but' no damage wps
reported,' The -, shock, 'as', revs.
tered at uthe'nearby 'Oropa Observatory,-
which said listed
under two minutes, :
'- Kent 4 Scott Atwater 0
With Joe Sullivan's 506, opening
tht pack, the Kent Cigarettes hi hitered
tered hitered to a clean sweep. They
wert pushed a little bit in the o opening
pening opening round but won by, three
pins. Butch McLane of Scott At Atwaters
waters Atwaters was pitted against Billy
Coffey of Kents, and Butch bat.
tered 489 and Billy found 'it rough
withr459. Butch'. was the only
putt-putt boy,that got a purr out
of the,motOrs. d
Hillman-Dunlop 4
Martint-Pepai Colas 0
Not soul coulcr solve the lanes
for .CCCCO, despite the fact that
two -All.Isthmians were in the
lineups. Pepe Damian of 300 game
fame got a 473' for tops in -the
Martini-Pepsi Colas mixture, -and
470 'for ,Ed Kunkel for Hillman HillmanDunlop
Dunlop HillmanDunlop combine. But it was John Johnny
ny Johnny Barbour of the latter team
who came out on top 'with 482.
Only one game Alias close when
Martini-Pepsi popped,off with 695
and Hillman Dimlop stretched th
lame to 701;
Duran-Slue Star 3 Zenith Radii 1
Despite the Pict that tall 'Joe
Burgeon flattened out 555 pins,
the Zenith radios could tune, in
only one ,,winning. wave legth.
The first two games were n 1 p
and tuck, one by 13 maples and
the other by 16,but the- Coffee
and Milk perked plenty and boil boiled
ed boiled all over the lanes and sopped
tip the last game plus the Total
Pins., The Duran-Blue Star results
were a team effort because 60
pins Separated the high from the
low. Dee Carter and Al Turner
just missed 500 for the Coffee
and Milk bowlers with'498,-
,Belbea Brew 2 Tivoli Travel 2
- 4
,-This, was One of -thrise crazy
Matches. Balboa Brew bagged the
first one by,four pins. The Bal.
boa boys could not locate the phis
and rolled 112 pins less than their
first game output. -Showing no
mercy, the Tivoll'Travel Agents
rolled over the barrels of beer
by 134 pins. With a deficit of 130
pins the Balboa Brewers got their
bench working; coupled with Bay
Dube's 223' g a me, the Brewers
won the last set up and neatly
pulled the Total Pins out of the
fire, losing out by six pins. Dube's
533 was the best for ,the Brewers
and Bruce Hassler missed 5C an
settled for 4',10. The D ouble C
games: Dube 223, Ilassler 2'3,
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FOR SALE Three bedroom,
twe bathroom -masonry cottage.
completely furnrshed, 8,000
meten landscaped grounds, fruit
and flower trees at Santa Clara
' Beach. Telephone Balboa 2911,1:
IBOOtS CI Motors
FOR SALE :--1 8 ft.' outboard
crusier; licensed for five. 1957
, 25)1p. motor and all equipment
i needed for boating. Snap 'on
'anchorage .cover. All tor $700
or will sell boat for $475 and
motor and controls for $22-55
Call Albrook 2107.
- WANTED: -- Noma for maid,
'' cooks wait, soliablo,, good safer saferenvoi,
envoi, saferenvoi, will: not stay nights.
Phone Salina 6355.
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WASHINGTON (Ur),A new
drive to make Alaska the, 49th
state during .this, session of Con.
gress gathered some new mo momentum
mentum momentum yesterda. Rut the path
ahead stiii- was rocky.
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' Se'n; Chtirch (Didaho),
it'.1eading ,Alaska boostet, called
tor ,an end to the "prolonged
paralysis" that has kept state statehood
hood statehood legislation' 'languishing" 'in
both -the Senate and House.' Ile
taid the people overwhelmingly
favor Alaskan statehood.
In the House; tho powerful tules
comtnittee; headed by Rep-.,-Howard
,Stnith -W.Va..) has kept, the
Alaskan, bill tied up lince Matt'
' approved by,qhel House Interior
Committee last .7,une.,
, Rep.' Clair Engle (D 'Cant l;
chairman of the interior commit--
tee; has' served notice he will
try to take the bill 'directly to the
floor May, 14, if the, rules group
has not acted by then.'4
House, Democratic pleaders in including
cluding including ', Speaker Sam Ray'burn
(Tex.) and majority leader, Jphn
McCormatk (Mass.) have pro pro,
, pro,
LEGA. NOTICE :
siATEs Of AMERICA
' Canal Zone
' United States Ditrict Court for
Ykst" District of The Canal Zone
. Division of Balboa
French; It. Bonnello. by David de' C.
Robles, his Guardian ad item, Plain Plaintiff
tiff Plaintiff vs, Wanda Sue, Bonne Defendant.
Summon Casella, '4668 Civil, Docket 21
Action or Divorce.
- To the above-nit'ed ,defendant: '
',.You are 'hereby. required to appear
and answer the complaint filed in the
'above-entitled action within ntriety days
after publication,
case of 'your failure io So' appur
and answer, judgment. will be taken a against
gainst against you by defattlt for the relief
demanded in the complaint:,
WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie, T.
Crowe, Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
this; 21st day, of April, 1958.
C. Ti McCormick, Jr.
, ,,Cleric' 'v
(Seel)
Bi? 'Marian D. Bowes
1, Deputy Clerk ,
:TO Wands Sue Donnell
The foregoing summons is served up upyoti
yoti upyoti by publication pursuant to the
order -.of the Honorable Guthrie E:
Crowe,- Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
dated April 21, 1958., and entered and
filed in' this action in the off. of the
Clerk of Said United, States District
Court for the DiVilkon of. Balboa,. on
April Hi, 1958.
: C, T. McCormick,
:: 3.. Clerk r
- By Marian D.,1Boweeil
, Deputy Clerk -0-

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ALCOHOLICS ANONYA1OUB
' DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CZ.
Reliable Maid: We are leav leaving
ing leaving Panama May 1st. and feel
, our maid is the best in Canal
Zone areas. An excellent cook,
laundress, and can take com-
.1 gifts charge of .the household
and run it the way ou would
want it. Phone 797-L., Colon.
Position Wanted
Young man 30 desires position
urgently, (general office work
and business experience. Ac-
tounts clerk (ledger And
ing) steno-typist, L salesman;
customs work. Please write Wal Waldo
do Waldo co Panama American.
Domestic, ErnplOyment
WANTED Maid wanted fo;r
jowl, couple with babyfor isenn!
prat' Iwork. References indispen indispenSIS
SIS indispenSIS Meg Ude JOIVOITY
Sleep in,
',WANTED:7 Experienced and,-
;reliable chauffeur. Apply Capt.
Payne, No, 10 49th Street. 80174
la Vista.1 ; -
ASSEMBLY FOR AUTONOMY
HARRIMAN, N.Y. (UP)--The
13th American Assembly- ended
its .four.day session at Arden
House Sunday with a strong stand
in favor of African self.determi self.determinatiun.
natiun. self.determinatiun. 'rbe -assembly ,,was com.
posed of 60 business leaders, gov government
ernment government officials 'and, area spe.
eialists., it '1 I
mised to help ,Eng'e in hid el.
forts.
,
Church 1' iai'd if speech". pre prepared
pared prepared for s,. Senate deliVery that
congressional fear of changing
the "status quo" of legislative
representation was the only real
barrier to statebood of 'Alaska.
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' InsPected by Earl.P. 'Unruh, (left) director of the POstal Dit
! stens.- and S., Herr. administrative aide the same unt
The display will be entered the Second International Mete; "i
ed Postage Exhibition in Chicago this month, A request 'for tl,'
collection was made by 'Henry, (X,' Meisel;tpresident of the -;
merlean Postage Meter SoeletY, sponsors tf' the exhibition. at.'
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'TELEPHONE 2-0743
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, Wonderful opportunity for Bi BiLingual
Lingual BiLingual Sales men who,can pro produce.
duce. produce. Write your full particular;
of experience to MOD Bo; Ho.
3205. Panama.
SERVICE'S
3-minute car wash $1. steam
cleaning er motet $5, waxinsr
cars $6. 'Auto-Bafirk, Trans.'
Hoghwav near Sears.
TN. SET OWNERS. Avail yr
self of the best for your
- U.S. TELEVISION offers f
trained technician plus no
up and delivery charges. Pio
Panama 3-7607p
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TELEVISION SERVICE. Ability.
honesty, and customer satislat satislatNon.
Non. satislatNon. NO SERVICE CHARGE this 11
month silly., FREE ESTIMATE ;
before repairs:,Ask for MISTER:1
',- TV. Phone Panama 2-Mt
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,Protect your home and proper property
ty property .'against Insect demo g e
Prompt, scientific treatment on
'emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Soryice,
- Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1.777,.
Dogs
111MMINIEMIMMIEr MINIMPOINW
FOR SALE:-,--Registered
, puppy famale 6 wits Ph,,,
Navy 3132. !-
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New Eisenhower .1
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COLUMBUS,' Ohio, May 6
.Dr. 'Arthur Flemming, p
ident Ohio:Wesleyan Univer,l,
in nearby,Delaware, will be na,1
ed, secretary of,health and welfs
in Presidenk,Eienbower's cabn
tomorrow', a university source
valed today., -
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Flemming would succeed )
ay E.' Folsom whe Will resign
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forgetting more and more the principal reasons' for the
Canal concession and Managed the territoiy,of Zone
as though it were 'a business that had to yield, purge
profits. ,, :
' On Their part, the Panami Railroad COmliany, trans trans,
, trans, ferred to the Government of the United ,Btatest- by, the
"1903 Converition engaged in businesses Of 'all kinds in
addition te The transportation service they were supposed
to give. -
' The company pretended to operate is a private enter-.
, prise for These activities but claimed to be the government
of the United States when it carne to payitig duties; and
the fact is that it was exempt from duty insofar 'as rail
transportation service' betweerl Panami- and Coldn' was
concerned.' , .- :1
But the Oontract between the Company arid Panamk:
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which was not anmilled by the Treaty, of 1903,, never
exempted it rom duties on ,the other, activities in Which
It was engaged.

Thus for instance, it operat.
ed livery stables, garages,
.1,7, transportation by trucks and
autonlobiles, dairies, bakeries,
t toultry, cattle and hog farms,
uteheries,. refri ger at ing
plants, soap factories, bun bun,
, bun, dries, plants' for the roasting
and packing of coffee, sausage
and canned-meat factories,
iron works,1 carpenter shops,
-besides the colossal business of
',' operating the commissaries
, mid collecting rentals from the
properties it possessed.
' VIOLATION
: 'The privileged vessels and their
, passengers and crews that cross crossed,
ed, crossed, the Canal could be supplied
in the Zone irt manner, that
allowed no'', competition, but
which was in flagrant violation
of the Taft Convention, which
only A permitted, free of duty to
the ships, the sale of coal and
crude mineral oil,
4, ',likewise, the Canal author
"ties, contending that Pena Pena4.rnantan
4.rnantan Pena4.rnantan stamps were too cost cost.1r;
.1r; cost.1r; recommended, and in fact
,.obtained, the unilateral an an,
, an, nuiment by the Government
:of the United- States of the
orlaft Convention on May 1,
:1924.
,,, However, the said convention
established obligations not only
On the United States hut also on
Panamit, and by eliminating the
convention those obligations re reInained.
Inained. reInained. without any juridical
counter-weight. A ,,1
Panamti, then proposed tbei
tegotiation of a new treaty ini
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This weather teport for the 24
hours ending am. today. Is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panami, Canal Company:
Balboa Cristbal
TEMPERATURE!
, High 94 84
Low 79 79
HUMIDITY: ,
: High 93 90
, Low 56 87
(max. mph) NW-19 'NW-17
RAIN: (Inches) T
wATER Tow: -
(Inner harbors) 82 84
WEISNESDAY, MAY 7
nigh tow
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Low 79 .79
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order to regulate more adequate adequately
ly adequately the relations between the two
countries.
2 SWORD OF DAMOCLES,
The fact vas that in addition
to the Panamanian protests on
account of the evident economic
losses caused by tills annulment,
there hung over Panami like
the sword of Damocles the vague
concepts of Article 4 of the
Treaty of 1903,' according to
which Panami granted to the
United States the right to use
all the lands and waters of the
Republic that the American
Government considered conve convenient
nient convenient and necessary for the pur purposes
poses purposes of the- Canal.
, In fulfillment of this' stipn stipnJells
Jells stipnJells the Canal 'autherities,
even without a courtely,,,con courtely,,,consultatien
sultatien courtely,,,consultatien : between the two
countries; occupied the lands
and waters that they censid,
ered convenient and neces necessary
sary necessary by simply notifying the
Panamanian authorities.
With such an interpretation
the entire territory of the Re Republic
public Republic could be considered nec necessary
essary necessary and convenient for the
Canal.
ISOLATIONISM '7
Negotiations for a 11611 Ireaty
began in 1924. '
' It must be remembered that
this period marks the resurg resurgence
ence resurgence of the isolationist policy or
the United States.
The Senate had rejected the
Treaty.', of Versailles 1, and the
United States did cot form part
of the- Met International world
organization; the League ot Na NaNo
No NaNo title' could be more appro appropriate
priate appropriate for this new chapter Of
the relations between .the two
cotmtries during the period of
Ihe new negotiations than that
'of the "Roaring Twenties?'
The American Government
was infle3dble to Panamanian
demand& After the most di-
stressing negotiations new
treaty was signed en 'July 211,
1926. This convention was in
fact very unfavorable to Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian Interests, and the Na NaHone'
Hone' NaHone' Assembly of my ceun ceuntry
try ceuntry did not ratify IV as a re-'
suit of whkh the more strict
interpretation of the Treaty of
1903 necessarily replaced the
stipulation of the Taft Con
ventien.
This,was a slow period In
which -conferences and negotia negotiations
tions negotiations were Initiated, paralyzed,
re-initiated, Withmit reaching
any result, when progress was
made inch by inch only to, go
backwards to the beginning.
This sdtuation lasted until 1933

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TH3 IS THE CONCLUDING SECTION of an
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address by, Panom's Ambassador to the United
States, Ricardo rDicky"), Arias to the Foreign. Serr-.1
, ice School 'of Georgetown University. The earlier por portion
tion portion al the' speech was published'yesterdgy. The ad-
dresi was unofficially looked on in many quarters as'
a P01101110217;011 reply to the recent controversial' ut.
terances of Rep. Daniel J. Flood (D-14.1.-

when IrranklM, Delano Roosevelt
became President of the United
States. .1
1 In that same year the then
Panamanian President, Dro Rar Rarrnodio
rnodio Rarrnodio Arias, made a visit to
Washington during which it was
armounced in a 'joint declara declaratiori.that
tiori.that declaratiori.that negotiations for a new
treaty wouldobe re-initiated, tak taking
ing taking as the basis the application
of ,the Good Neighbor. Policy,
,These negotiations, actually
started Nov., 5, 1934,, and conti continued
nued continued until March 3, 1936, when
the Hull-Allaro Treaty wee aign
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,c ANNULLMENT
The 'new treaty annulled some
of the more irritating clauses of
For instance', Article 4 contairi.;
ing the onmiromprehensive con con,cession
,cession con,cession of lends and waters of
the Republic was annulled and it
, was proclaimed that the Canal
was already constrncted tend
that' therefore the United States
would not demand any more
lands and waters than those al already,'
ready,' already,' granted, except in un unforeseen
foreseen unforeseen cases and then by mu mutual
tual mutual .agreement
4 Article 1, by whkh the Unit-
ed States guaranteed the in-:
dependence of Panama was
also. agreed that the sole and
specific 'purpose, Pt the Hay HayBunau
Bunau HayBunau Treaty was to
grant It the use,. occupation,l'
and ,,iontrol of the. Zone for
the maintenance,, operation,'
sanitation ,and protection 'og
the Canal, 4 that is, for the,
construction of the Interna-1
Mimi public BMW of mart!?
time transit in Pawn&
' It was also established that the
Republic of Panama,' has 'the
right to enjoy the advantages
inherent in its geographical po position
sition position and therefore restrictive
condition& on -commissary sales
were agreed 111)011: the Govern Government
ment Government of the United States; on its
part,, agreed tO cooperate with
the Panamanian Government tO
avoid contraband in Panama.,
Panamanian merchants, were
given ,the- opportunity, to 'Make
direct sales, to vessels 'transiting
the Canal.
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It was stipulated that in case
of vrar where the security of the
Canal would be endangered, the
Panamanian Government would
cooperate in its defense, since it
bad in this enterprise a vital
and joint interest with the Unit United
ed United States. .1 -
-- By an.exehange of notes. It.
'was agreed that Panamanians.
.nand Americans would be treat.
et equally in the Canal Z011,
and It was expressly-recognised
that the, Canal:Zone is ter territory
ritory territory of the Republic of Pan Panami
ami Panami under the jurisdiction of
the United States.
In 'this manner some of Pan Panning
ning Panning claims of 1924 were grant granted
ed granted 12 years later in 1936.
The Treaty was ratified by
Panama 23, 1936, and by. the
Senate of the United States July
25, 1939.
- CORDIAL', PERID
The new treaty initiated
period' of cordial relations be4,
tween the twe .countries; and
Panatna once more declared
, war On the Axis powers tur..,
ing the Second World War.,
However, the lireaty of 1936
did not solve all the problems
that had arisen as a, result!of
the Panama
Diverse difficulties and' con controversies
troversies controversies continued to be pre present,
sent, present, particularly concerning the
ruinous competition of the tom tommissarlea
missarlea tommissarlea with local commerce,
and the persistent discrimina discrimination;
tion; discrimination; exercised in' the Zone' to towards
wards towards Pananianian n employes
with regard to salaries and op opportimities
portimities opportimities of work.
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UNEQUAL' PAY
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On this latter subject it bid
been traditional in ,the Panal
Zone to divide the employes,in
two categories which originally
were the Americans, called the
"gold roll," and ,the Panama Panamanians
nians Panamanians and others, called- the
"silver roll." ,T ,
, However,' in Many Instances
the same work ,with the same
responsibilities had been per performed
formed performed by one or the other.
, As you can readily see It was
an unjust position to assume
that you should give a man a
lower salary because of a
ference in category When'both
individuals wets, doing: the
same work.
2 That classilkation today has
been nbelishedlut the basic
principle still exists a today
workers 'are xiassified as tT
Rate and LOCIII Este employes.
Therefore, the same music
with different words.
However, the discussion of ,all
these problems was postponed
because of the last war.
During the war the I.T,S.-Pan-

amt alliance worked, out with without
out without any mishap. ,",. ;
Panama. innumerable
steps to cooperate in the secu security
rity security of :the Canak and for this
received the most cordial :felici :felicitations
tations :felicitations of President. Roosevelt.
addition, since Nov. 25,11,940
the-, United. States ,, ,had been
negotiating with Panami to .oh-!
tain lands .for the tonstruction
of air-bases and other Military
However, upon the entrance
of the .United States into the
war& the negotiations mere lel leled
ed leled ,,OZ1 the stipulationsof the
reaty, of 1936 ter emergencies a
war.,
, On May 18, 1942 an agreement
lams,- signed .!whereby ,- Panama
rented to the United States, for
a period: that was to end 'one
3tear after the' war, 15,000 hec hectares
tares hectares of land -for the :protection
Of the Canal... ..- i
1 ri On its part, the United States,
' recognised Panamanian' sot-';:
ereignty ever the :said:areas
and agreed :to, a series of '-mycountry's
claims, some
which ,had been under, nego
tiation since'the,beginning of
the Republic.' i
For ; Instance,' the vnitid
States agreecito trantfer Pani
emit certain propertiet ,which
the Railroad owned in the cities
of Panama and Coln;, it agreed
Contruct- a' bridge over the
Canal 'that 'wotild ,unite the two
part 'of the Panamanian 'terri 'territory,
tory, 'territory, and a tIghway to the base
at Rid- Hato,'

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.,!-:BASgS.-ABAND6NED
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One year after the termini'.
tion of the World War,' hoiv-1
Wirer, Panama expected the
-mediate return, of -the bases.
But two 'days before the 'ex-,
: piration cf the term' the Unit- ','
' ed States requested that neg.-.
liations,le made to -conclude'
a.,new, agreement concerning
, the' said bases. which it stated
it would cdutinue to2oceuPv-
Negotiations, were conducted
in such ,a manlier that the Na NationaV
tionaV NationaV Assembly of Panamit
fused to ratify'', the agreement
signed Dec; 1.0,'' 1947',' and ,the
United' States' abandoned -the 14
bases "some time later "!
',A. The leasons for this elec.'',
How are complex; But there is
;no doubt that since- 1904 the the'peonie
'peonie the'peonie of Panama have been beenwishing
wishing beenwishing for a fundamental re..
ittsion of their 'relations, with'
,the 'United' States...!
-It is, considered, above all, that.
the hasty three-day negotiations
carried ,,out- ,November.:: 1903,
which were the origin 'of the
nerpettlar concessiort included in
the ,Hay-Bunau Treaty,
have been, the cauSe of unfair
treatment towards Panama.
'RESENTMENT
'The new generations, have
manifested -their deep ,and,
constant resentment over inch
asituation.,
In icier reniedy thi. state
of. &Mira, Tresident ReM611 .of
Panama annotincel on. March
15," 1953, the decision of the Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian Government' to reouest
frOM 'the United ,States a total
revision of all the problems'that
had 'arisen tiV the relations. be"
tween the two ,countries, or order
der order to tooth out ,once and .for
all all harshness.
',This initiative 'was accepted by
the government, of the ,United
States and for that nurpose ne negotiations
gotiations negotiations began on May 15,1053.
This save the. Government
of 1 Panama a .inew ,tievoortunitv:
to ',resent to the Government
of, the United States all :their,
'asnirations 'ond elolms; and'
although it ',la true that
of what Was demanded was in
'effect wrote& 'upon '-!"
Treaty of Jan; l5. 1955, it
not be denied that the said in.-
'otrument contoins. yroyislints"
that are ilavorable to the good,-
relations between the two of.:
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- NNUITY ,
!In 'tie :agreement of 1955" the'
annuity, otA the Canal, was,. in in..errhis
..errhis in..errhis is a meth that hadWor hadWorried
ried hadWorried the Panamanians for a long
Utile. because' the annuity agreed
upon 411903 wits actually very
small and practically nominal.
The Hay-Bunau 'Orilla Treaty,
granted to the United States two'
concessions. or, in other words,
the right to operate two public
services: the Canal and the. Rail Railroad.'.,
road.'., Railroad.'., 'The Railroad had been
paying' for' its concession since
1867 the sum of 6250,000', and
the:United States ,continued to
pay this same amount 'after,,1812
for the two concessions. ',
',,,' On the other hand, the, cons construction
truction construction of the ;Canal was
cause, 'of three different pay payments
ments payments on the part of the United
States. One was for million
dollars to the French Company
for the transfer of its proper properties:
ties: properties: another, for 25 million dol

WASHINGTON, May 6 (UP)
President Eisenhower said to today
day today that Russia poses a broad broader
er broader threat, to the free worISI,
especially economically, than a
year ago. ,
The ,President said the dan danger
ger danger of military action in Rus Russia
sia Russia against its- smaller neigh neighbors
bors neighbors probably. has lessened
somewhat. But. he said the
Krelnlin rulers have sharply
stepped Up their economic and
propaganda efforts.
He made the statements. in
a 25-minute 0ff-the-cuff speech
in which he warned that high
tariffs and ,restrictive import
quotas would be ruinous to
Mnerica's Safetp and prosper prosperit5r.
it5r. prosperit5r. , ,

The president told the adver advertising
tising advertising council-, that his, re,-
procal trade program, whim
has met, strong opposition in
Congress,' is essential to U.S.
efforts for world peace; He 'said
that the lesser countries of the
world must be economically
strong if they are to'resist suc successfully
cessfully successfully Russian efforts 03 flo flominate
minate flominate them, ,
They be able- to tiade 1
1 With this country, ,he said..
Otherwis be added, they
mould have to' trade with
RUSsia anC,'end up .in Abe
Red bloc.:; s-
Risehhower, said Aussie, has
thade it- clear. that it will not
give up its purpose of dominat dominating
ing dominating the world. The Russian
threat is "110 idle' boasti" he
,
,
7The Soviet bas built a tre trethendous
thendous trethendous military-machine and
shown !very', great. skill"."' in
developing mass i.testruction
weapons..It"poses toe us. even
a. broader threat thaw' a year
ago", although?it had been,- at
least partiallir bldckea as to
military powet:,lik said. ,
hakiturned 'mri :and
more to, the economic, political
and propaganda '4'type of inva invasion,"
sion," invasion," he gild. 7'
Former
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Miilly'Purdomt4
Dies In Chicago,-
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New's has' been received on the
Isthmus of the recent t death of
Mrs, Mollie Purdoin,r long time
resident, of .Panama and the Ca,
nal Zone. 'Mrs. Purdorn tlied April
15 in Chicago where she has been
making her home. .4 '
, MrsPurdom lived many years
in Panama City where her hug.,
band, the late Lewis Purclom,
was an attorney. During recent
years she resided with her daugh,
ter Miss Margaret purdoin, who
was an 'employe of the Accounting
Division. , ,
" After 'Miss Purdom's retirement
from ,Canal ervice in 1953. Mrs.
Purdom iccomeanied her daugh,,
ter to Chicago. She ivas known
RS An artist of !WM& note.
She is survived 'only, by her
daughter,- r -
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1113.
Dm,
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vho
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ent
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N 1)
)te.
her
00.0
lars, to Co lombYa: and the'third,
Of 10 million dollars:', to 'Pane 'Panemi
mi 'Panemi for the useK occupation:and
control,. in ppetuity of the
So ,that' to ,Colorotia, which
had nut so many obstacles In
'the way of the Government of
the United States for,the con conUnction
Unction conUnction of the, Canal, th6
'said Governfent paid 15 Mil Mil-
- Mil- lion dollars more, than, to Fa,'
'' llama for a contession grant.;
ed under ithe best imaginable
'conditions,
The,, United, 'States received
for, the 'reversion, of the ',Rail ',Railroad.
road. ',Railroad. prOperties valued at an a amount
mount amount greater than the ten
million dollars Paid to Panama.
besides the occunatiOn of a ter territory
ritory territory of superlative strategic
Imnortence.
For these iiasons the 1thited
Sts,tes consented to increasing
the annuli, of the Canal to the
mu of, 1.930.000.
'19551AGREEMENTS
Also in 1955 agreements were
reached concerning the commis commis'series
'series commis'series and the transfer of cer certain
tain certain lands ocu,pied by the Unit United
ed United Stat,es but which it did not
consider necessary for, the Ca Canal:
nal: Canal: the 'obligation contracted
In 1942 to construCt a bridge
near the Pacific terminal was
restated. and so was the prin principle
ciple principle of equal treatment and e eanal
anal eanal opportunity for Americans
and Panamanians in the Zone,
which had been agreed upon in
1936: Article X of the Hay-Bunau
Varilla treaty. by which all
the employes of the Canal were
exempted from taxes by Pan Panemit.
emit. Panemit. was amended in the sense
that Panama could impose taxes
uPon her owrt nationals and
upon non-American ,, citizens
who work in the Zone but who
utilize the public services of the
Republic of Panama: also. it
was-agreed give-a-seriel of
nrerogatives to Panamanians in
the Zone market.
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RIO HATO
On the other hand Panama
granted to the United States,

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THIS IS A typical scene at the Matias Hernandez National Psychiatric Hospital. Miss Evelyn
Zimmermah, Point pour consultant in psychiatric and mental nursing, meets with Mrs. Pe Petit&
tit& Petit& del Busto, diregtor, of Ming (left); Dr, Mariano Oorriz, medical director, and Pedro A.
Almillategui, hospital administrador.

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Officich Laud
Wort( Of Point
, Panama and tt,S. Point Four of,
ficials joined in paying tribuie
this morning to Miss Evelyn Zim
merman atthe Mai Jai Hernand,es
National Psychistric''Hospital.
' 'Miss Zimmerman tame to be
the hospital at the request of Pa..
name to be consultant in psychia psychiaale
ale psychiaale and ',mental heal nursing
four years Sao. Her misztion com completed,
pleted, completed, Miss Zimmerman it now
returning lc per Lome, Spr 1 ng
Valley
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In" Itecting- with the plillosphi
Of Point Four; the work that has
been done. M'ss Zimmertint
nos now.boon tu.'ned tver tn Pant
Collins she has helped to train.
Commentitig 6A het exoeriences in
the RepubLic Zimmerman
soidt ,
:4'1 'have deepest rcipert se4
admiration' tor the personnel who
workt at,. the National Psychiatric
Hospital and all those whe aro in.
terested in 14,7troving it.,I tnink
-"prograqi now under way 41s
built on a' sound basis..

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Officicls Laud
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loth Of Point 4
Consultant

, 1,1We hav,e trained qualified nurs.
r the ei to continue the work we have
of started. We have the invaluable in
time terest 'and supo tit) of many Deo.
Ca, 03 who are, aware of ,te I .C5
ttpril 11 this rrog,4ii Jur ,,tx The
been foture can oe. brijiht."
reais 'Attending I,' -si,wir.ie NeererneeY
bus. at the hospital today were Mrs.
dom, Lteilia P. dtt I 4inisttr of
e n t t.ai or,' Sochi Wolf We" rr b
ugh. Health v' Relp1 R. 11011, director o
who Point Four: ,Dr. James. G. Town.
iting send,,,, chief Division of Bealth,
,,, Welfare ana HousIng: Mrs. Peeta
del Busto, director .of nursing at
'Tient the hospital an Dr. Mariano GQ GQKrs.
Krs. GQKrs. rriz, medical director,
WI) Mrs. Remon and Di. Townsend
uite. both, g'ave brief talks loosing the
her accomplishments of Miss Zim..
, merman.

15 years ; subject. to.' res
, 'newal, the use, of some ,78OO
'hectares of territory near the
',militate -.oft- Rio Hato,- for., the
purpose, of maneuvers and
!' military training., of -United'
States,. Armed, Forcettstation-,.
!ed Zonel- and
Iranted a ', reduction of 4 75
',Petcent In ',the '' impoit duty
on ,' alcoholle beverages which
-' art sold ln, Panama for ,' im-
vortation...., Into the Caanl
lone, ''
n s 'man er nama
Pa
turns annually to : the United
States a considerable'. um of;
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',The'. Treaty r1955
tied bY''' my country on' March
15,, 1955. and by the Senate of
the United States' July ;29. 1955.
' The fullfillment of ,some ,of
its clauses, however has been
, subject to, the IsLance of,
certan- laws' by the ', American
Congress,', which, has delayed
the .! implementation '-' -of the
Treaty.'. There' is still pending
-In Congress the Issuance of a
law applying the 4, general
'principle of eqUal pay for )
equal work .'-
i The ,- foreign' policy of. my
Country! during the 'last 50 years
has been to exert'. every effort
in order Ao 'obtain 'at least for
Panama conditions -similar to I
those granted by, the United
States, to' Colombia.' January
of !1903
'', Much' las been advanced in
this 'respect,' but- there is still
a, long way to t
',' However, the alliance- between
Panama -and the United States
in the- twentieth century, is an
indisnutable fact which is
manifested especially, in times
of ,emergencr,
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!'! LITTLE AWARENESS ,',
.
lamentable that the:.
American , public Is !, little
'aware '-nt these f close rela-
tions, end that sometimts
what it does know is errone erroneous.
ous. erroneous. But have conftitence in 1
the highly tint spirit of ; the

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I WASHINGTON, May 8 OLT)President Eisenhower and hit

sa.,as Lamy map wyr RIM Ins
chief cabinet advis'ers were reported authoritatively, today to be
tightly united in a belief that economic conditions n0w du not
warrant an income tax rut. , ,
. Reduction of certain excise taxes and chahges in the time timetable
table timetable tor depreciation allowances ale another matter. Tiles
will figure in an economic conference late this month at the
White House between the kresidentr and Congressional leadera
of both parties. , i :
The attitude of the Eresident and his top economic experts
Is 'unified as far as early income tax cuts are concerned. But
even bere their stand was described as onot frozen."
This meant that should unfavorable economic factori devel develop
op develop Rhin, the next four to six weeks Eisehhower might change
Ihii mind. Er his economists, saw nothing con Ate horizon to
JustitY such change.

" One of the Tresident's cabinet
level advisers put it this way:, ;
"The ,economy 11P 8
gone thrOugh the worst of nut
really it k Slight recession g d
there are manyi indications that
the ,decline has virtually.' stopped
and now is begizning to level off.
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',4"NOW ',take into, clinsicterition
the lace that government, actions
and legislation to combat the re recession
cession recession are just beginning to be
felt. Particularly, this Is true' in
geverinnent spending. of -- whieb
there has been omparatively
tle thus far.
"Yet, the economy without so so,
, so, preciabl, governmeit help' ea,
cept throuak the Federal Re Reserve
serve Reserve System,. is beginning to
right itself-1,, , ,.
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-: "This should make a rather
strong case for going slow- on tax
,cuts or ,piling up gevernetent tut
prepriations which can't :rowijbly
come into full force until Fiscal
1959 and even then might make us
considerably more unuerfortable
than we are now due to inflation
ry pressures "
There wits s perivi in the late
winter when -members nf tha El.
senhower commute hibh corimand
did not agree on -the question, of
Lax reduction.
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, people Of this country, 'and I
, am sure that in the end Pan Panama
ama Panama wM attain her purposes purposesOur
Our purposesOur aims, based on justice
and equity, are inspired by' a
deep ,concern for the welfare
of our, people so they can live
'with self respect-, hand on the
road to achieving these 'ends
we -t are willing and able to
stand by 4 our commitments
without letting down for one
minvte lit Our, efforts.
' the :bases of a
deeply democratic government
have been established my
country, '
' belleVe that we have round roundeda
eda roundeda trhe numb lic which, due
to her pronortions, will become
a .sort ot tropical Switzerland,
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stand by our commitments f,' -le -k -4s, 'I"
withont letting 'down for one 1 ,, "wait .-: glir
minvte in Our, efforts, ', e,,n, ,,. :mg 6 ..
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There was considerable pressure
to recommend some form of lowi
et individual ,Income taxes. A
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ITta'clier Operate
Mternity,
Ward Foi Clucker'
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STAIIIKVILL (tfP)
K G. Huddleston, operating
mobile maternily ward..
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He dia'not choose this role. 11
was forced (or laid) upon him bi
,,hen,' who .frequents the el&
mentary school tat Booneville,
Miss,, where Huddleston teaches.
For some reason this, hen chose
Huddleston's tutdmobile as a, nest nesting
ing nesting place-4n the space, between
the radiator and grille.:
Students at the School abetted,
the operation by providing nestingi
materials. ,
Now Ituddleston Is taking ar
extension course at Mississippi,
State follege here. He drives
around the camptts with the hen,
unruffled by the noise and move movement,
ment, movement, perched dutifully. on her
The blessed event is due in,
about two weeks, Rudd lesion Isa314
Until then, he is driving slowly
and taldng it easy over the bumps.
where Panamanians and Amer Americans
icans Americans will be able to live together-
in a harmonious at atmosphere,
mosphere, atmosphere, enjoying effective
peace, hi a territory that will
forever be' a seat of civilizal
tion and progress.
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