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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Panama -- Panama

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

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Abraham Lincoln.

S3rd fr.

,
, An American chief steward aboard the United Fruit
.
, ship Matapamis.fighting for his lite In ,Coco
',today after being stabbed in the neCk and shoulder while
'the ship' wai berthed at' Piar 8, 'Cristobal-.
illiam Las 31,, 1,1 se home is on Staten Island,
NeW,,Vork City, has been on tile."criticillist eyir iinci he
iifas brought 'off the ship,Tuesday shortly iefore,the Cris Cris.,
., Cris., tobal sirens blew' forth. Civil Defense- Alert. He' wa's de described
scribed described today as, slightly better folloWing several. blood
transfusions, -
',,tHis alleged ',assailant, ,Samtiel 47,' who- la
naturalized American, formerly a Honduran,-was charg charg-
- charg- .-ed,In Cristobal Magistrate's Cotirtyssterday. with.'aioault

,
wi1 a deadly, weapon.
: 'Hendricks', nw Crisiobal jail,
- WAS a second cook aboard the ship.
:A hearing for him is seheduled
, tomorroW, but it is speculated
that a continuance may be sought
until, the outcome of Lasky's in injuries
juries injuries is Imown.
, ,', The fruiter Matanatt traisited
- pouthbound alter the 'stabbittg,
r ',but three crewmen were taken
the ship at Gamboa:. They
are remaining on tbe, Zone to
testify as witnesses. -,'
Reports of the affair said that
Lasky bad -seen Hendricks in the
galley' a short time before the
stabbing., chief steward laid
the cook off for,the day because
' Hendricks' "was intoxicateVI 4
' Hendricks went to .hi s
quarters and:stayed.,more than an
tour, ,

7 Be thin rettned to the
got 'at',,-Idtcheit, laillei-: and Iola 0,
:crewmen, 4,hat,':he,intented 'to
.:?,
briweit Alreetirrto ,The
,r-eideViteward'icabid,..bnige! ','
leasky,'

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(12)The In.
dOnesian revolutionary government
announced Wednesday the dtermi,
, nation of ,the rebels to continue O.
'perations against tugets of Ara.
1 tegic military and economic im.
, porlence in 'central government,
held areas. -,
Radio Maned 'In a 13roadeast.
tnonitored here, warned foreign
' ship owners to "refrain froin serv,
-,ing Indonesian ,seaports .order
to "preclude tmnecessary losses."
,,-
The broadcast also expresed
6profound sorrove over the "pain.
ful consequencee suffered by for.
eign owned merchant vessels dut
, ing the recent rebel air forte
, bombings. ,
,
In sounding- the warning, the
'radio said "Me revolutionary gov.
claims or representations for any
elaimsorrepresentation s for any
, loss of life, injury or damage" suf
'fered by foreigners without permit
, issued by the rebel-government.
rebel broidcast expressed
, Sympathy' to families of the per.
sons killed in the attacks on mill.
,tary targets by .the revolutionary
government sir force. -.s
.It explained the rebel air force
units, have been "active against
objectives related to the further.
ance of the military and etonomic
interests of the Sukarno regime."

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im-co-Ar9Tcy urra
c, no. 1:111
Il Iowa,"

: WASHINGTON, May .8 ,(1.1?.,
'House Space Committee members
called today for 'creation of a
: strong civilian space agency with
' precedent-setting.powers.
The adinhitstration's space pro.
gram wit getting rough handling
nieanwhile in. the Senate Space
,Comeaittee where' military leaders
, expressed grave doubts about the
proposed agency's power -to over.
tee scientific exploration of space.
Chiet Cotinsel George Veld Veldman
man Veldman of, the House Committee said
be expected his' group to approve
,
,a bill setting up an agency as
, Strong the Atomic Energy Com..
eision (AEC). Drafting of ,the
bill is slated to begin Monday al.
'ter bearings end today.
House Democratic Leader John
McCormack (Mass.); who heads
the committee,' said he hoped to
complete committee action on the
' bill by ,the end of next week.. He
said he exnected the, House to act
on, ilguickly,,
,
The senate 'space group was to
nuestion military officials today on
reports the President's space plan
, has provoked mounting "concern')
'in tile Pentagon.

,
Reportedly the two lia,d had
worda vta other occasions.
Canal Zone police are investigat investigating
ing investigating the stabbing.-
, Lasky's money ind effects were
turned over to the U. S.. Shipping
Commisioner in. Cristobal who, is
holding them ,for, the injured man.

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Ceremony For Two
Goa lorals To:carols!

,
In honor of the incoming and
outgoing Caribbean Command
chie4: stalf, a joint honor guard
ceremony will be .!onducted tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow ag Quarry 'Height; for Brig.
Gens: Paul R.:1W,eyrielt,
Louis ,Nr. Hightower.,
The dual ppnor ceremony
mark, Weyrauch's succession es
chief -of staff which officiady tOok
place last Monday, and 'Hightow 'Hightowgr's
gr's 'Hightowgr's departure .trom the command
for a. nevi asaigment in "ishing "ishington,
ton, "ishington, 1). CI. f 'F
, IA",Washington, Cm:Hightower
Wist aerve' al -the tentor Army
member of the joint tspeciat Wea:
of the Secretary of' Peleols; 140
and Mrs, 'Hightower and their
daughter,,,Julia; will depart' for
the United States, On the USNS
,Goethals on Sunday,- May ILI 1
Weyrauch, e' graduate ot the tl.&
Military Academy at West Point
and the National War College, was
commanding general of 'the, U. S.
Army Anti-Aircratt Artillery and
Tank Training Center at Fort Ste Steward,
ward, Steward, Gceprior to his ,arrival in
the Canal Zone May
The time 'honored joint honor
gnard -ceremony for both generals
will -include personnel "from the
Army, Marine' Corps end Air
Force.,
An llatin salute will' be fired 'a
the start of the cremony. Other
'participants will be the 79tleArmy
Band and a joint Color Guard car carrying
rying carrying the flags of the, Caribbean
Command. :
Feception, given-by Gen. and
Mrs,. Gaither, for the Weyrauch'
and' the Hightowers will be held
tomorrow evening at the Quarry
Height's Officers', Club,

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Buriou
WASHINGTON (I1F)The Cen Census
sus Census Bureau offered figures- today
to show it pays to go to School. A
report based on 1956 surveys
showed income and education
moved together. '"
For example: One out of every
10 families surveyed was headed
by a college graduate; the aver average
age average income of these families was
about $7,600. One in four families
headed by a high schOol gradu graduate
ate graduate had an .average family in
tome of $5,500. In families headed
by-an elementary school graduate
the average income was only
$4,200.
Of 43 million American families
about 8 per cent received Incomes
of $10,000 -or more in 1956. Nearly
one million- American families
had incomes of over, $15,000. s
The largest group was' 17 mil million
lion million f a Mill es with incomes he.
tween $5,000 and $10,000. About 16
million families had incomes be.
tween $2,000 and $5,000,

Destruction Of,Power I
'C-0.---"s Felony If lite

. --THt PULSE'
OF PANAMA ',-
---,, ,.
SECRE'r POLICLCHIEF Hec Hector
tor Hector Valdes returned from Mexico
City yesterday with a full con confession
fession confession from the : brother of -a
Panama City' jeweler who was
arrested after detectives cVnlis cVnliscated
cated cVnliscated a'number of sheets of
counterfeit "chance" t k ets
found in bundle of pewspapers
mailed from Mexico.- (
, Valdes, said' Elias :Zahaneh,
whose inother, Victor.,.is being
held by detectives here, confess confessed
ed confessed participation in the, plot a along
long along yAth his,brother and other ;
individuals.
Zabaneh gild he had 'learned
of his brother's arrest' end the
discovery ot the counterfeit tick-
ets irony Manuel Gonzalez. y
Ponce, who flew from Panama to
Mexico City two days after Vic-
tor Zabaneh's- arrest. (-''
However, he wis unable- to es escape
cape escape from' Mexico City, because
he 411118 sick in bed.
YValdes was also tell() that oth other
er other counterfeit' tickets bearing
the Winning numbers of draw-,' '-
',Ings held earlier this year bad,
been previously sent to Pans.' :
ma and Reverently cashed by
Nieto? Zabaseh and his aeeomplices-
''',," '""

4! Me Chauffeurs Union and the
Catholic': Action n Ladies have
joined the board of directors of
the Panama .1', Newsmen's Union
in, supporting the government's:
decision to deny Visaltt.' to ten
Nussian newsnienif :f..
Me, sinwhilei 0013P.Of A
met continut, ',Oppost the t
ection taken :111 union'w
,,,heard tf, Meer' Atre-' seeking
. the, anitulmefit ora' resolutioa
ArProved by Alit boart.A- g
- '4' -,' , -''
-7, A:genets! ssembly,, originally
scheduled' lot yesterday, haabeen,
scheduled for.thiS., aftertioOn tp
distusii tht

t

National Guard 'teat lc chief
Mai.. Aristide& Hassan' yesterday
said pricu- being chargeC bY
, mechanics to,i. align automobile
wheels land' other eninor 'safety
adjusbrients are some- of things
whichkeen Motorists front pret
Senting, their cars .-at National
Guard headquarters fee mechan mechan.ical
.ical mechan.ical safety inspection. -; I
'' During' a press conference.'
Dassan said some mechanics
charge as 'much as $12 to a
-wheel alignment Joh. which
'should only cost -.about, one--1
4hird of that, amount,.
He ; warned that all vehicle's
OPerating in Panama must have
vehicle.. inspection stickers bv
jone 30 or facethe possibility of
paying tineS. : , I

I I'vfall )3ox contributor Wbuz
Wright was described,,,today IS
"an ardent.' fan of 'gangster
films'k by government worker
Victor M. Francescht in kn
cle published today in the tabloid
ILs 'lora. , :
' Prancescht wrote that In the
States statements like the one
made bY- Whuz Wright earlier
this week in the Mail Bor would
be a ticket to jail and he "re "respectfully"
spectfully" "respectfully" warned Gov. Potter
that he should put awav such
"demented". persons "because
they sully the principles of
,

1

' A coltimnist -Of an afternoon
dilly yesterday reported that
two Panamanian students plant planted
ed planted 'flags' at Balboa Clubhouse
Tuesday 'and then, beat A hasty
retreat.' ; : :

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',21411A1Vili; R. P., THIMSDAY,

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(-13albtist 'Inotorist,' retUrning
home after dust the 'other night
WaS' pleasantly surprised' when
a young 'man riding' si bicycle in
front, of him, signaled with, a
flashlight that'he was 'about to
a loft hond turni :;
ut Orit (Id tIe bleyOlbitin o e
the eignal to Atutomowles-jol.
lowing, him' bilk he, turned his
light and flashed,it for on-corns
ing1traffic., After ,the lotmgster
had made, his, turn 'With' tiatety
and caution, he:proceeded down
the right hand side of :theroad
toard hisresidence.
, The fact that ,, this. Canal
1, ZOOG yOUngSter 'IVIIN so "hep"
to the safe bicycle riding rules
was undoubtedly:: due to the,
series of lectures and 'Praiticl,
:al bicycle riding: classes, eon-.
'ducted in all Canal Zone cons-,
inunitiel yecently by menbers,
of the' Canal. Zone 'nonce.
'In 'connection then( 'Boy
Scouts, of America 1958 Safety
Good Turn. Program, 22 talks on
safe bicycle riding were deliver delivered
ed delivered and parctical bicycle riding
classes were given', to 3953 stu students'
dents' students' in the fourth; fifth, sixth,
seventh and,eighth grades of all
1.1.S.:t citizen.' schools 'dur,ing the
Month of.,April., 4,,
, Much' credit for the success of
the'Program, 'wrilch' 'probably
will save, many lives in. the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone this year. goes to Sgt.

Jack IV Morris, of the Bslboa
Police Headquarters,- Sgt. Wal-'
ter Alves, seniorqraffic officer
in gthe Balboa District,And Set.
William L'Ilughes, senior traf

Five-,'NeveVorkers
Employed;By
, Five new employes, one from
the, Vnited States, joined the
Canal organization ; during the
last; two weeks in April, accord according
ing according ,.to information 1 from ,the
Personnel, Bureau.
Jack M. Ruoff, of ,'Jefferson
City, Mo., was bired In the 'Unit 'Unit'ed
'ed 'Unit'ed States is general transporta transportation,
tion, transportation, assistant; im ,the,,"Terminals
Division.
Others employes in May were
Cordelia B.,,Hall, clerk typist in
the 'office of the .2 Comptroller:
l'hora S. Mahoney', clerk in the
,Balboa Port Captain's office;
Patricia: -S., Bailey,. recreation
leader in,the DiVision of Schools.
and Joyce H. Boatwright, clerk
stenographer in the Administra Administrative
tive Administrative Brancl'

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'11711fully, or maliciously interfering with or destroying rommunications, including ra radio
dio radio or TV stations, electric power lines, or allied public utility services on the Canal Zone
will be a felony if a bill passed yesterday ,by the U.S. Senate to signed by President Eisen:,
Though thefts of cable or other interference With communications belOnging le the ;
- U.S. government became a felony about five years ago, certain other acts covered ,by ,the
new measure remained niere misdemeanors. , ' ,,,
The measure was passed by the Houte last August. cleared the Senate Armed :
Services Committee last February. It was sponsored by the Eisenhower, administration. ,
, A person will be guilty. of a felony if he: '
r' (a) Wilfully or maliciously injures or destroys anrof the works,. property or inate,;
rial of any radio, telephone, or telegraph' table, or of any,television line, station or system,
or other means of communication, or of anr power or lighting line,, station or system, or ';
, other rnra,ns of power or lighting stransmissio n, or distribution,, or of any control or signal
line, station br system, whether ,any such lin ei station or system be constructed, or in
-process of tonstruction, or ' r '
, th) Willutiv or maliciously inter4res 'inanrivai"with the workornse of any such.
line; station or system; or ,
- te) Wilfully or maliciously obstructs, Linder! ot delays the transmission of any -,,
communication or signal, or the tran' ',Atilt or ast:!bution of power or lighting by means
of any such line, station or system.,

otoris

mpresse

eginnin

aenior

rnyncnus-Liea,
which were laid In these Iow areas
as longa s seveSsil months prey preyinuily.
inuily. preyinuily. ' ;
Control by',ground or air is
possible lace many of the brend.,
areaa are practically inaccps.,
sible due ,to Vast tangles of
tsessed mangroyes with heavy ov.
erhang.
This year as' always, IhP Health
Breau will take all pQssible meg;
sures to 'minimize the imiloaneei
and nearby areas are under surv surveillance,'
eillance,' surveillance,' it' WaS announced. The

r- For Jake f
-MotfultOi; hard-bliting but harm,,
less, are prevalent for APProxim APProximately
ately APProximately two weeks.
The annual, inVaSiOn t h. e
marsh mosmilto generally cOincid
es with the renewed activity of the
malaria-carrying anopheles mos
quito. For this reason health au authorities
thorities authorities issue warninga annuelly
for the general populace to be on
guard against all mosquitoes, :

Iiing )tu

I

asse

fie 'officer In the, Cristbal: Dial
tricto:
As ''Polite 'instructOr, Morris
initiated the ,program ,witir
serieVol ". lectures on ,,bicycle
safety' which he -orave the
Car,;.1,Z".are. schools,' ; ;. I
4 'fi,s,4.,
7!"7:1'llelecturei,were Supplement;
ed' by the -bicycle 'safety, classes
ink,Pacific Side- coitununi4
ties byAlve& and on the Atlantic
side, by,
,

,7Coilditins : are just about right
Again this year for the annual
flight of the aedes taeniorhynchus
the barmless i but hard-b It ink
marsh mosquito which breeds by
the 'Millions' soon sfter,"the first
According to,' the Canal Zone
Health Bureau, the recent combi,
nation of extremely high tides,
the firtt seasonal rains,' and felt
orkble winds make it possible that
the pests will make their appear appearance
ance appearance any day now.
' A close cousin of the New Jet,
sey salt marsh mosquito, the tae.
niorhynchus has, the lame long
range flight tapabilities- and can
cover as much' as 25 miles on a
good day. I
Typical breeding places are the
lowlying coastal areas where nt.
tural' drainage outlets have been
blocked during the dry season by
slotting beseh sands.
, At the beginning of the rainy sea
' son, these areas fill with water hut
usually not in sufficient quantities
'to permit t, break through t h e
semi bars. ' i
' These lagoon waters. made
brackish by the high tides, create
P n soot for tho ;itching of
the millions of mosquito eggs

Aircrall,Workers
De er Strike
Day-To-Day,Basis.:i!,4
,,
,',!'LOS ANGELES, May (UP)Li.,
An industry-wide aircraft workers
strike which could affect produe;
tion of U. S.' missiles Wit Si tailed
off last night and the midnight
deadline was, postponed on a day.
to-day basis. .
". The postponement came
late to halt walkouts at some pia
in the southern part of the cowl.
Shortly before midnight on' the
west coast, the United Auto Work Workers
ers Workers (UAW) and International As Association
sociation Association of Machinists (IAM)
nounced jointly with federal me.
diator .11arry Malcom that tpe
strike had been postponed on aday-to-day
basis at the request of
the government."
The sction came barely an hour
before midnight! Strike deadline
which was to signal a walkout of
100,000 workers at Douglas, North
Americ,an,' Convair and Lockheed i
plants across the nation.'
The decision. to continue nego negotiations
tiations negotiations past the bapiration of old
contracts came too late to stop,
UAW members In strike prepara
toss at Douglas' Charlotte, N.' C.
plant. ,
IAM. unionists struck at Cape
Canaveral. ria.. and at Joockheed's
plant at Marietta, Ga, as the mid.
night, deadline came and passed
without an announcement of ,,an
a greement.

';r,;,;;;',.,1

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". touring 'the clasenAhe young
bicycle riders were. giVeri an Ete,
tual demonstration ofjhe rules
of the road, signalinvsaftty in.
traffic and many.. trac tracticecwhich
ticecwhich tracticecwhich ere desKrnel td pro promote
mote promote safe' tyele
Canal' Zone.
At ','the end' Oe,. the 'series'of
safety classes those bicyCle own-,
ers :who' attended And "used',
brief oral best were awarded'
safety' diplomas.-
, ,

Queen ilizabet
Dedicates, New -,
Cathedral Altar;:,;
, 4 ,
' LONDON (UP) -, Queen Eliza Eliza,
, Eliza, beth II dedicated the rebuilt high
altar .of $t Paul's Cathedral on
yesterday, 18 years after. it was
destroyed by Gerro9n.bonter4 in
the "blitz" raids of 19104 !
, The altar was re-cotistruc;i4. as
a metnorial to the, British Com
monwealth, dead o the two world
wars.' ,,-', I . !- .,
Aesterday'S dedi atiork, liras tha
1
second ouch ceremony tho Queen
was Scheduled, to verform In the
p ( athedral this year. ,fr ." ..
On Novl 26, the '. Queen- arid.
Prince Philip will- dedicate the
new American memorial thapel.
PI!" Chtinel is Britain's gift to the
United States in commemoration
of the 28.000 AmerieRna -based in
Britain who ,fell in World War- II
action.,,,'1 A ':'

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LIMA,'Mciy 8 (UP) Vite-President; Richard-M.
.
Nixon today walked into a crowd of yelling rock-throwing
students 'and challenged them to ,nhear the tru,t11.7- A
stone grazed his neck. :
;Another rOckIhrown by o student struck NiXOnsi aide;
jack Sherwood,' in- the foie and Ohipped a tOoth.'
: About,12 stones were hurled at the 'Nixon' partY:froni
the edge ef.the,crowd of, shou.ting-,'Whistling Stidentsoi
Nixon left his 'car and 'walked mto the center of the mob'.
An 'estimated.'2000 itutlentil'cind ruin-studenti Weis
gathered in tho 'parkit' the approach to thi'ancient Sa4.
MarCbs.'University 'Waving 'signs "thaf'said,',,"Get oist of
here, NixOti, lhark,1,!, and .1,Go, home, Nizon,1!".1,7.),'i'i...:.! T.
Vice President droye,Op to the croWd and
stepped ;calinlY; froM ,, the convertible t,
students.-.7,' A, : A,' ;

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,
Applause as well 113 hisses Nlion' pushed Into 'the cr,",'I'd
treeted trie Vice President,"who 'that closed in around him, e..li e..lihad
had e..lihad included a Visit to the 11111- inz hands'svhcre he could 5,- -1
versity as part 'of his eicht-na- beckonir looti,rrs to comp ,1 ,,
ton!. tour of:Sr; ilth Aron- ,ra. ,, ,,,,
.;:tv 11, i ,,;,, 1 It le PI, 1 ;',,,,k,,
, ,Ingsthat his APPearmate -Lti ,''1-et Ma ,..a., to iota. I.,-, ,.
tore the communist-instigat- ,
ed students might ealase A vio.11Nearby Stuochts shc, 4 c,,t
lent anti-American' ,, demons', bim: "rlo home. pp home
itration.'ll'',- I, ( t l, ..) ' z ). I. , ,,,
. , i ' ', Sure, III go home,' Nixon
.,,..,,,,t ,-. .1. ,' ''' i ', ',.- 'l said, "but,don't 'you want to
in- "- T'kbo- I hear the' truth firstO ''
,,l., , 0 1 a .Z ,' ,, d:, ,-, ,, !,,','7''
. d : ',Earlier; thii',' Vce'', Ptisidet'it
r r
MotfultOS,' hard.bliting bul harm: himself hid canceled his 'pia ns
less, are prevalent. for .approxim. tn.'sMit' San Marcos because of
ately two weeks. ,,,:,, ', d the possibilit, that, the CQIntnu
1, Thi 4, amiu,av invasion. ,,01'; t We niSt students Might provoke a
marsh mosquito generally, c6incidi Violent 'riot. i,,'-,, .., ,i. ,
es with the rene,wed activity of the, , 1.. ;
malaria.carrying '; anopheles mos. ; It was' it'ot ",- imMediately
1;1;,eiturhfv4:Nt'as'inxe.oe'
quito. For' this reason hcalth au- known why.Nixon changed his
thorities issife warningi annuilly thin& : ,....,.., ,,. ,., ',. ,!, '. , ..
for the general populace to be on l..-,:,' .' ,,,.-;, : '.
su,a rldt rsil.sin,,s,t,a,11"in., 0, .!quito,.e...s, 1,. .l,
anr ee cti hiSlr ei ttr vhv ek .c9ent foal legs yi ea ni sct sr wol Iwt'nrdde, :
State,Deparinentls A, well as,his trahslator,' U. S S,
, S, '; Army IA. Col..: Vernon. Walters,
'''', a'. l' ' 1 '. -' ,' Both NIXOn, and. walter shout-
clence ,Proaram ,,
S' ' ,ed to, the pollee, 1!Don't 'push,
dn't' push!' ' '' ,,'
Has:-BoggedDown-2 Islixn Skid li;te; ge'did this 'tO
, , ,' ayold the possibility that some some.
. some. ..,,,, ,,, -,, 4,.'f'eW':' 4 1 ono to the Mob ,iniqht bt.bitrt
WASHINGTON, May, S (UP) --- by byir.lialous. e,efforti atethrt
The State' Department's program police to nrotect, ilini ,, -A
for stationing scientific .adviers in 7 , , tts
.

Has 'd D'
ge own

WASHINGTON, May S (UP)
The State Department's program
for. stationing scientific adviers in'
foreign (capitals to keep: pace with
developments in the satellite' 'eSe
has bogged down; it was report reported
ed reported today, I t
Routine bu,t lengthy 'security
checks and leaves-of-absence prob.
lemslor scientists teaching in col colleges
leges colleges has held up start of the
programo,,
Not one- adviser lies been hired
to serve as ,a science fact-gather.
er at ,U.S. Embassies abroad, al.
though Secretary.) of State John
Foster Dulles' chief science, advi adviser
ser adviser has' been trying to recruit se'.
entistti since Jan.. 13.1;1 t' I r 4
The. State Department had 'no
idea, when ,queried today. when.
the science posts would be filled.

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"tutus IV, turnktee 40, 'Amer 'Amerkiln,
kiln, 'Amerkiln, paid aline of VS in Balboa
Magistrate's Court today for driv driving
ing driving in ,siteh a, manner ,at' to inter interfere
fere interfere with ,oncoming traffie,,
.m..intraction oceuredon Gal
lard Highway at 7:.,04 a.m. yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. .1, t ; 4

PANAMA1 -TRAFFIC' Maj-Aristides-Ila ssatv, fright along with, National Cala'
Capt. Pantaleon-de 'la Guardia and Traffic Judge Sebastian Rios recently warned 1110t, rtts --
against mechanics who make excess charges'l or minor repairs, Here ,the traffic tri3
reporters how the Traffic Police's checking instrtunents work during a regular inspect10

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: An Amo
' ship Matapal
',today after
'the sh
ip wa
, illiam
New,,Vork Ci
iiiss brought
,
tobal sirens
scribed toda,
-transfusions.
alio,
, '"a naturalized
:-sd CriStob
dead!
'Hendricks', nl
- WAS a second co(
:t hearing for
- tomorroW, but
,that a continual.'
until, the outcor
juries. is known.
, The fruiter
- peuthbound 'aft
, ',but three crew
nft the ship a
are remaining
' testify as wit?'"
- Reports of thl
Lasky bad leen
galleF a short
stabbing The c
the cook off for
Hendricks' "was
' Hendricks we
quarters sno,sta;
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' got kitchen'
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v ,... ..... ,,,....u.,444, 44444,44 idlittl yeimmurabron or, 'ne rules Applause '' as .well 113 hisseS Nition pushed ,lrito 'the ,errt'..1
- id---t- :iiii-tc- able liarger le ilic'eTlast Monday --and -ilightow- .' - a young man riding a bicycle in initiateu the 'Program with' a of the road; signaling.'saftty in. ereeted the Vice President,'who 'that closed in arc d hi
--'-''.1'-'4endstet'Sahrwhesit.tielaskt,; ,!-..,,,,;' ; .;-.. er's,'departige ;from.' the hommand ection taken:ill .4he, ';., union'w
un m, $11a );-
trontr.of him,. signaled with, a serieg.-01'" lectures- On ';,bicYcle traffic and ,InanY' .0fter tree,- h,ad inclUded a Visit to the uni- ing hands, svhcce be could ,-1 :
ki safety' which he -gave, in tall the tices which ere des"-7,nel td pro- versity as part PI his elebt-na- beekonir --rOthtsrs totomp, , ',
neerd of, officer' tare- .. see ng
, canal zone. , ,,, ,,,,,. ,.., .,,tx.., 1,, ; ,- 4. ,ti... -( 'Itle sil 1 ; te..k,''
' ' ,,, ? ; ,." ', for sines, assigment in IShinil.;
- ' or .- the, annulment ora tesolutiou :,..,,,,,.. .; Car,,,-.1,Z..-re, schools.," ; .,,t. ', mote safe' bicycle' riding..in '1,1Je. tom', tone of SoIlth Aro ,,--ra. , '.
flashlight thatli. e 'aeas."about,t0. ,
'''" ....: ''' 's .'" '''' ,,,, t ... ton; D. Cl., '-, l' ..",, ',., -''. 4 a left, hend turnl;'
.. -', p ;"'..,. '', .,' 1,,,,' .2,,.',7 ;11-, I, -44 "--, hy,,washington; ken,,,,11.1,..htower airproyed.ItY,,thaltitard.s, '
, ,, ''' it serve, al -tile tentor Army .,, .. ,,, t.''' : ,.-,,- ;, ,,,,,,, ,i1,
- -- '' -- - 'w .--- A '' t as bl ori !nay
joint !Special Wee.- , genera sem y,. g . to e I 1- -!4'71'be.lecturei.were SUpplement; At "the end -of" the SericS-'0f inss-that his
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the signa o 'au mew, s- o -- - a cpearAcce ,,,ITIL .',1-et Ing .,..,11,,,-, to. 'i,,,,..1, 1..,,,, ..
- ,",,,, -,- ,,, ..' ., ,-' -11 member of the he, turned his ed. brthe -bicycle 'safety, classes safety classes ,those bleyde own-, fore, 'the- communist-instigat , , ,, ,,,,, ,
of, lkiense,-1,1 echeduled' lot yesterday-, hes-heen, lowing billl' bilt ,
. uht and nashed,itteor 04-coms giVens"in,'Pacifie Side- cottimuni4 ers "who' etterldecrand,Passed, a: -ied students might cause a vio".4" -Nearby -stild Itifi 1 r
ties by.'Alvesand on 'the -Atlantic' brief oral best were awarded' lent antiAmerican, -, demons' him:. "Go ,home. Go tome
t, g 16, 4 a t
' 7 -, Cr -1--- 41 t li.' ti S, of the Secretary,. .
'1' I J 4 r likr. lit ; and Mrs, -.Hightower arid ,. -the seheduled ,for,.thiti, atterit0On te
.ng ra r; ,
side, by'rletighek.-'4,. ,, .. .,,,, ,,,., : 8,afetr. diploma , , . , stration. - r, . ... ,., . . ., .... 4. ... . ,,, ,
-.4"."- ' ' ' 11 will 'depart. frit digital; the Isitue .,-"1 '.:?'-'-,,..' , 1 't ffic; 'MU the 'youngster
... I (....;8...1 the United States 'On the UShIS .,.-'''.., -', ,; 'I, e .. e e 'ion
had made,. his, turn Avith eafety
. -! and caution,. he:proceeded down ,. ,,,, ,. , ..., .., , ., ,... .. .. ,.. ,, ,, ,, ,
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'Ar"s'-:
, ,Goethals an Sunday,- May 411 ; 1 ,,: .,,. ... :--1 the r "is . . . , said, but, on t you waot, to
I ', 4. ; -,, s ,,,, ,: Weyraueh, ,a'graduate ot the-U.& ,,, ight hand ide ,of ;the road 'Ai,.. s ..., .
edes: 'Tv' ehirhy n-th6 s'''-''',C16'.6. i...-rbir'::Tale-ij tt, heel,: the' truth firsth '' ' '''-
'. .s.-.'-mANII,A,MaY .-,1 (1.1P)The bi. Mihtary 'Academy at-West-Point ..... , ,., .......1. '. : .,
;.1 ' A' 4... 'til : 'I.' .1 ii ;The l fact -, that .(thisi'l Canal : . ..i ,-
'''., ionesien revolutionary government and the National war College, was -, Nation.4',Guaru -.444 .c "Cluei. -,;-,0
.. , '. .: toseard. his ,residence." .y., -4.! ,, ;
youngster 'was so' ebeee,, ..,;; '. ',.,, :. ,,- ,'.;'. -'' .' -, '' ' ''' .- , t ; .. .. ,;.-- ,. .. ',Earlier, the,' iriCe! 'President
,-.",i,Coilditiens t,' are' just, about tight 'which' wire hild In these IoW areas -MoigilitOi,' hard.bliting but harm.' himself bad ,Oancelled his,- pia nt
' : nnoimeed Wednesday the dtermi, commanding general of -the,,u, S. mai.. Aristides, Hassan' yesterday, .,:e, ne
again 'this year for the animal es longa I several -moethe prey.' less, are 'previlent for apprxim. th,'yisit' San ',Marcoe -because 'of ..
-, ,paationof ,the -rebels to continue-a. Armi Anti.Aircratt 'Artillery and said prices,' being-, eharged't bY ::to the safe bicycle 'riding' rules
'' ti ns against 'targets, of etre,. Tank.Training Center at ,Fort Ste.. mechanics Actialign.",' automobile '-, flight of the eedes' taeniorhynchus, leuily. -, r, ,.,,,,. - . ,, .ately two weeks. .;' ,,,, ..., .', the possibilit. that, the COMMU
. pera o
anti :economie int. ward, .Ga.; 'prior. i ., ,.
-his' arrival in he I it e' ther ',minor alletv was, undoubtedly,' due, to' the;
ton- : the barniless.i but hardsh l t i a g .,Contrel by:ground or air is, lin..; :3',7hS '' annual,' inVasien, r,of '.'t If e niat students. thight provoke A
'' tegie Military series of; lectures and 'Practic
, w e 8 n- 0 - 'al bicycle riding: classes,
', anee, ,,,,in, 'tentrai 'gOvernMeili, the Ca.nal.Zone May 1..,,,,-.. 2,. adjustnients .are some of things
., port ,., .., -.. ..' -..' The time tOnoredloint honor whichkeeo niotoriets troth preii
3-d t d 1 all Canal Zone com-': marsh mosquito -which. breeds by 'possible Since, many of the breed., mersh moirplito genetally. ceiecidi Violent ritit.. i t, -,' . ,
ue e q
member,s,, the 'Millions' semi etter"the lirst Mg' area's are practically inacces.. es' with the renewed activity of the '' ," '''.''' -71 .1 s' -'' 1
. held are,a,s.. -,.. .. 2 ,, , ,,
S t'''. gilard -ceremony tor both 'general' Senting, : their cars "at National .munitiee yeeently bY, rains, ." '.'; ,.. - :. r -- -1 '' sible duet 'Vast tingles of but malaria.catrying ',; anopheles 'mo.' It ; 'was' -Wet::: i ' i '
mmediate y
'- 1 ligenadn In I ',broadcast will --include- personnel from -. the
!.,.; Radio .4 i n , A. Guard headquar to c
' ters r me heat- of the' Canal. Zone police. ,t,; .,
ecor n o. e ana on esse man roves w ,,
A di g' t th C I Z e tr d g ith' h 1 F thi h Ith k b
eavy-hv. qui o. or s reason ea au. flown w y.Nixon changed his
- ;monitored' -here',- warned tore g ArmY, :Marine. ,Corps ,, and if iCal safety ;inspection.. i -,: .i. .. In "-cnnection with.' then Boy
Health Bureau,- the recent 'combi, erhang. :' ." .. 0-. ..,., ., ',- ; thorities issife warningi annu'ally inind.., '.. '. : ...
t Of A 1 '1958 Safety
ii n from serY. Force ,,,--,,-,, -,: .,. -- ,,,-, ....,----,-,,, i- -. .: Scou s mer ca
. '!,. ship owners to refrat er - ,- , - ; ,,,, , , .. .
Good Turn. Piogram, 22 talks on nation -of extremely high i, tidesi '''''This rest ,st; alwiys, the Health for thageneral populace to be on '..."'''',',L ..- : ; ,.. ,,,''....-..,',, ., : '.
-',.- ing Indonesian seaports it ard -An llglin 'salute will be fired a During' a press ,. conference; the tint 'seasonal rains,,,and fay Breau will take all- pesible mei; guard 'against all 'mosquitoes, '' u04'-',Beeret Service agents and
' : ..to, "preclude, tmnecessary losses. the start of the cremony.: Other 'fiassan said some .. mechanics sa e cy e
f bi cl riding were deliver deliver1
1 deliver1 hi 1 riding
. ., .. : .-- ''..-'''"'..'',.--'',4 Participante will be the 79tli-"Army charge as 'much t as $12 to a ed. and parctica ,, eye e tibia winds make it possible that 'sures' to 'mietinize the imiloancei . ', Peruvian,' eeettrity officials w e
Th broadcast also' -exPlc,u Band and a joint color Guard car. -wheel alignment ,, -lob which dames were given ',to 3953
stu- 'the pests- win make their aPpear. and nearby' areas' are .iinder surv st ak it '' .g kith Nixon in the noisy 'crowd
:'- '- e-' the "Pam- t to tit 'I th' fifth, sixth. anee anY
.., 6profound -sorrow'', over. ; ling the. flags of ;the, Caribbean should only cOsS-fithollt,'. one.; den in e OUT ay now. -, ,,., el ance, was announce e
d ' 11 it' d '- Th ale Department s Alt well a 'h t '
8 Is ranslator, U. S
,,' ful consequences suff
', ered by for. Command.'" : third of that. amount,. .. .., seventh' art , A 'dose cousht of the, New Jer , : ,
d eighth grades of ell :: Army Lt. Cel..: Vernon Walter ",
1 d t i -th
, eign owned merchant lese s u,e..,,,A, eeeeption, given.- by Gen. and .-21, .! .,2 ,..,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,, : ''. ,:' U.S.'. citizen:schools, dur, ..n,c, sersalt marsh mosquito, the trie. e a et
ue n,, a ,' S 'P ''. Both 'Nixon, ant Waltere shout-
e niorhynchus has, the 'same long ' clence.' roarany -:,
ed to', ttie ', police,.",,'!Don't 'p h
us ...
'' leg the recent- rebel air lore Mrs Gaither, for the weyrauch' ;.'? He ; warned f':that all- vehicle's Month ot-April., --.,,, -," .' f range flight hapabilities- and can D' d''' '"i"' '' N ' ' ' '' dn't-Pzh'' ' '' '''
' bo bings ..',:' - ; -',' and' the Hightowers will he. held Operating in Panama valet have Much' credit lor the success o ., e Ica es, ew ,..,,.:, 0: -,,,,,,,,,;-,.'," ,..- ,-, ,. ,..,,.,, : ,., '7,- -'t ',--'14:.-4,..-
v cover as muen as zo mues on ,a ...
., t 1 ....,. ,,..the tomorrow avening at the Quarry
vehicle? Insoection i ;dickers by the' program; '-', Avbilch ,, pr
' ' obabl
" good day. .' - as.--BoggetDown:-2
NixOri said late ii) 'did thi
r e s to,
: In ;pounding' Tile wal'ill" 8' Height's Officers'XIub, ,, .:,',. -.. June 30 or face the possibility of will save, many live5 in. the Ca- fel to
t Col-the''''din-I''Al--' '"'
nary, gov. .. ..
-"radio said '.the retiolutio , ..
to S t "'-
g ine .. nal Zone thie year.. goes. g i I b d' I. 't
Typ ea ree mg 'p aces are the ..- ., ,. a as,' ': n ... ;, ,..' ayold the. peseibility that isom e-
.
' '' claims or representations for any . .,
DaYin- 1 S. .. ' ''' ' ' ''''' k ' IVI Is f th Belboa II:twitting coastal areas 'where nt. ,.-1,oNrioN ann --. Queen -Eliza one tri, the, Mob ; mbrht' bfi.hort
,
, - Jac F.. orr o e .., . WASHINGTON M a (UP)
d ar b V 1 e, '
y o er sea ous, ,efforts ofse the
laimsorrepresentation a for se- I - D ' r
Y, ncome.,,, eci e i '--- -, Wal- tura! drainage outlets have been' beth ,II dedicate the re built- hi h
d d
,,,: ,...., .. ,: Police .1-readquarters,- Sgt. g The State' Department's program
- loss of life, injury' or damage" se B
Ed '''''t '' -- - ' ''' ter Alves,' senior,traffie officer blocked during the dry Season by It of t l' t--
!lifting haft sands i,,,;-. a. ar ,,$ Pau s,Caliedral on police to nroted him ; ''' 4,
tor-stationing scientific adviers.in . ; "T -, ,., ',-.. -',its. 04
fered by ,foreigners withoutpermit u uca ion ,- - in 'the, Balboa. District. ,and Set. s- A th' b - f. it '' yesterday, 18 years after- it, was foreign teaeltals to keep; pacirwith ' ' '" --
''.. issued by the rebel-government.: ,,,, I ,,.,., ,,,,,, ,,, . . .. ..,., ..., ,
William' E.:Ilughes; senior traf- In -sea
t e egmnme 0,, t e ra y destroyed by Gerrnen. hoinberg IO developments in the .satellite,' age ., r t- A' l ..f. :;;;
.
,. , '' Mall, )3Ox ;contributor ., Vitus son, these areas fill with water hut the ,
.."hlitz" raids of 19104' .. ft.,. has bogged' down; ?it was' report. 'r-' i "Mit A 7 ,:',
ssed
The rebel broadcast expre ensus Bureau ,'
Wright wee 'described-4,,todaY IS ,:. -,, -, s ,.. .;,.:...-,,, ,-.. .,... .. usually, not In sufficient quantities :,,The altat was .re.canistructirt is ed. today. t .,-.!.-; ,, i ,"14 ,, ....., ; ,.. ,: 11 101.7 .. ,,,''.;.'.. e
; aiympathf to families ofthe peri.. .. WASHINGTON' (11P)-The Cen. egn.,..: ardent.' fan of 'gangster ; mi,,e,Ne Workers.,,'
td permit a, break through t he' a meinorial to; the Br'itish COM' ,r Routine hat, lengthy-, secutity; i - .'', ',..,'" ,,,. 4',,,,',""...
-. sons killed in the attacks'on.mr sus Bureau offered figures -todaY filme'k- by.. government ; worker VI. p, ., .. sand bars, '' ' !. -,,, .--',': i -- monwealth, dead o the two wrld cheeks and leavesatabsence prob. ;
' tary targets by .the revolutionarY. -to show it pays to go to school. A victoi'lL,Francescht 'in lin arti- r (.. I d By' PC i; ''
''Judge Bench
These .; lagoon waters'. m d e wars.' ',,,,',.,',.'''',, ,' ,' .,. ... ,,. ', -. lemator scientists teaching in cot... ; ,
,
. goVernment air, force. .. : ..-..i .. ,-; report based .. on 1956 surveys cle published today in the tabloid C rn n AVP
.r ,I... I; ,,,-. brackish by the high tides., create ;Ygsterday'S,'dedi atiorivas the. leges -has held up "start. t of the .,-... ',..-,' i 0- I i.' -4,-4 .,,, '''
, . ,
; ' 'I' le-' 6,1 Ili.'" re' bet- air- force showed I n e 0 m it ,. and. educatiee Le, Ilora. ',.., : ;..- ,' ...... -. .. ..- .. ., .- ...., .',...- r' ,,..,- P.n. tde 1 soot for, the, hetchine, tif 'second, such ceremony e Queen program. 4, ... ". ft, v ;" :.' , ,,, ,
,
).- ..,-.1t exp.a..;-..' -,O .-- -- moved together. : ", ;.: .- ,,, ; - ,,.' i., ,- ,-- :: ,-- ',. Peva new- employes, one 110111 the ',, millions of mostsulto, e g g s was Scheduled,. tomerform -In the Not 'one-adviser bas been hired .- is 't '''' AP 0'.',' i,,t'' ".
' units- have been "active against For example: one' out .of every ,,' FranceSchl '--wrote that Iry the the,: United- States, .. joined the ( taus r t 4 ,',
? .- .. .. athedral -this year. ,' .... ...'! -. to, serve as -a 'science- fact.gather .1 H. ,,Bu ne le,- 0, Amer-
- objectives- relatedlo the 'further. 10 families surveyed was' headed ,States statemente, like .. the one Canal. organization.; during the ,-, - ..... .. ,
1 P 00 N 26 th ' Q e rid, t -U S 'E b a br d I
v., e ue n a er a , m ;ism s a oa a 4 t
idol 'paid a ,fina of- VA i1 Balboa ...
, -: thee of the military .and eeonomic ,by' a college graduate; 'the aver. made by'. Whuz 'Wright '. -earlier last two .weeks in. April, accord-
' 11 ,, ..
Aircrall,tiorkers
,. Prince .; Philip will- dedicate- the though Secretary. et ,State i- John. lagi
t strate's Court: '
today for driv -.-
' interests of the Sukarno regime.7,' age income of these families was this week' In the Mail Bari' WOOITI ing i-to ;information '.. from:the
' I th I 1r t D II h f d i ing In pitch a manner ieqo inter
' -' new' American inemoria ape os er u es e le science a v .. i .
', .. .-..--s,, ebout 37,600. One in. four families be a ticket to jail and he '-ure" Personnel, Bureau. -2, .. , , ,
'- '' -' t i- ': !i ',,' ',. 'Ph the el is Britain's gift' to the see has' been trying to recruit sel..fere with ,oriCeming traffic--
a . ,e., n
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- ,-,, United Statet In commemoration entists- since' Jan.- 13;-;;',7 ...,-.:4 ,, 1. -,, ,, ., -,-. ,,, 4, ,,, ,.- ,
- 11 headed by a, high.- scheol, gradu. sneeutthy.
1111 4 4. A
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- Cr c ate had an .,. average family in. warned. Gov., Potter Jack M.' Ruoff'' of:1e fferson
th t he should 'put atWaV i nen City, Mo ,' was hired in the 'Unit- De er-Stri e
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. I. 1111 111 "' I '.' t me of 95.500. hi families headed ...a--.....4,-.4., ,ttal0 I P..' mt. "$.ta0a11.11 ... iP IL A L .11 L .,,whaAl At.b.mmow.,14,A , .' - t ,-,
';' ''. f th .2s 000 A meriesns lissed in The' State Department heti .M1 ,,,,,,Theinfraethm or ptirod ;Aft r..a.

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called today ,foi
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The schnhitstri
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Meanwhile in. ti
..Comitittee when
expressed grave
proposed agency
see scientific exi
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'man of, the Hous
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, bill setting ul
, Strong tut the Atc
moisios (AEC).
bill is slated to
'ter hearings end
- HOuse Dentocr
' McCormack (Mi
the committee,' 1
complete commit
' bill by ,the end (
said he exoected
on, itguickly,'
The senate 'spl
miestion military
' reports the Presi
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i .66:tiier.,,,,i,,, home after dusk theother night tricto 4 ,, , , ''' 'bicycle riders were giVen an ac, ) , ,, , ,1' . ,,, 1 : , , ,.

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be a ticket to jail and he "re' Perso 1 B e -,
warned Clov. Potter Jack m.
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tome of $5,500. In families headed Kigortiat,oti,t noranne dihpeanfte .,1
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City, Mo., was hired in the 'Unit00,4--
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, franennrta, , .,, , , , new American memorial Chapel.
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they yesterthey sully thi principles of 'Lin- tion assistant; in.the,,Terrninals a -io-Day,Dasis.J1- the. science posts would 1)e filled. Coy.
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daily yester off last : night and t e ini night 1,;...,,3,,i3O 4.. ,,,:,,,,;;y
two Panamanian studenta plant- leader inthe DiVision orf Sc,hir 1!!! deadline, was, postpope4 on a day., 1,0 ,:;k0::.,:::.:,..,:'.: t,...,:. il ,' .'- ur-.1.,:.::,:,:,: :, ,::: ....,,.. ,,,,.,,,:,,
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.11, west coast, the United Auto Work.,
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, 100,000 workers at Douglas, North ,;, I
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, I We 'are sure that the sentiments expressed by "Whuz
W'Fight (Mail Box, May 4) regarding our symbolic act of un-,
furling.thePanamanian flag in our territory of the Canal Zone
dct not interpret the feelings of justice-loving, detagCratie Amer Amer-
- Amer- Instead his sentiments represent the feelings of a conceit conceit,
, conceit, act' and reactionary segment to which he belongs, and which
2 wants, to maintain oppressive and discriminatory barriers.,
4. It would be well for Whus Wright to imow that the peOple
lot latin4merict 'are -not cowed br-the- use of the worn-out
PcOnnttunistg ,label in an- effort toollence their protests and. just
, t, Me State Department of the U.S.A.. and persons like '1!Whus
) :Nright" who pretend to ignore the rights of self detennhlation
are responsible for the expansion Of communism in America.
' k Whys Wright's incitement of adolescent Zone students tO
repulse acts like "Operation Sovereignty 'is a tactic employed
by Individuals who want to present martyrs VS' Washington when
they feel their interests threatened. Whuz Wright may rest as as,
, as, mired we are not going. to provide him,with,. any such martyrs.
We would like to repeat part of 'the 'manifesto issued on
- historic May 2 In it we warned that wcwould tEtke the Pan Pan.
. Pan. amanian lag ,in hand "in defense of our national integrity and
,dignity,, with the warning that'.heside the,, Canal there is (a
group of) PartallialthIll youths ready to come' forward whenever
thercis any atteMpt to disavow our, sovereign4ights."
- .. Julio:Cesar'. Alcedo, :
- Press and Propagandi Setretary,
Urdversitr Students Union....

i
, STONE AGE PHILOSOPHER n
t-' It is really amusing to Bitten to some of the characters the
human race has developed. A prize specimen is "Whuz Wright"
Mail Box, May 6) and indeed it wu ironic that his letter
should appear below that of C.Z.B. ., ,
-,,,, '.1'Whuz Wright" states that he, has no doubt' the student
. flag-raisers were "fully instructed and urged into action by
mature adults."- If he zan getehis foot out of his mouth he
might In the light of this explain how his own statement looks:
. 'I have directed my 17-year-old son to enlist his colleagues to
descend upon the students should they attempt to repeat their
,.
stunt."' ',, , t, . i. I 4, ''',,
!, So tough talk and viotene are still the wept tettle dIf-1
ferences? Anyone 'looking, for a riot leader ''i' t I 11
"Whuz' Wright" has other talents too, He is the type ot
person who labels something' as Communism when fresh out of
a, better argument. Such keen reasoning has the advantage, of
gathering the support of loyal Americans while avoiding the
tated to consider a yone else's viewpoint. '
. ',, "Whuz Wright' may have been a whizkid among Stone Age
Rio
' rhilosophers, but mehow 'those tactical and ideas haven't
. vemed able to settlasmuch in the years between. ', ,,-.'
. ; A , ,.-- Anti-Whim Wright
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Along with everything else that
will be busting out all over in
June 'Will be a civil war between
the Democrats and ,the national
labor chiefs. From this the Party
could be hit by one of its worst
attacks of money anemia in dec.,
acies.
This war will be fought over
the form and strength of new anti antiracketerting
racketerting antiracketerting laws. It will be fought
during one of the longest Congres Congressional
sional Congressional sessions rolling right on
through -the summer into the na national
tional national election campaign.
Powerful Democratic leaders
have told equally powerful union
chiefs that the Party is on the spot
and must pass some effective la.
bor -laws.. In a series of private
conferences this weekend in Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, Democratic Partv Senate
Chief, Lyndon Johnson, told her
labor people that the laws must
be passed this summer.
In private ceniorsationsever
the telephone and through inter
mediarios 4 the Cengresilenal
' Democrats have been told that
they can go and rake camealen
workers and war chests them;
weiver if env laws mulattos
nion activities are passed. s

'' It is 'the practice ,of polititans not orily lir,Panams,
every emmtry ln the World to try to find a scapegoat to cover up
their own. shortcomings. So when a' political figure like Baby
,Aleman gets up and talks about equal wages, and another politip
- co goes to the States and shouts about "Justice you know they
are trying to Mend their own political fenees.11,
t tip aroimd Cerro Azul they laughed whenAlerhan got O0 t011-
, termed about a Panamanian working mates pay. Too many na natives
tives natives up 'there have labored long days for medic) Balboa, while
L heir jefe gets only 25 cents a day more. Aleman says wages paid
n Panama have nothing to do with what shuld be' paid in the
one.Why? It costs, a working man tbe same amount to live
er.someone IniPariamaor someone in the Zone le meeting
Alertninlk friends-pay- their own employes anything, like
tbe Canal Zone local-rate wages they brand so inadequate? There
wouldn't be as many millionaires in Panama if a fair share of .the
,, 'Money was paid outin wages., :
I have often heard Panamanians 'Jerking on the,Iocks oier;
thank heaven that they were at least gettinea wage on
theirIamilies could eat regularly and a rent could be paid.
rhea ask them if they think they are being mistreated or
'eked around by tbe Canal Zone authorities they tell me:
e'You've, bee'n reading what the politicians aroisaying. Even
'though we only have six months work on this lob we make more
4noney,,in that time than if we worked for a whole year in Pan

,
i What causes depressiOns? ,The accumulation et monerby a
evr so that the masses have tone' to' spend.
Clarence Milliner (Mail Box; May 4) says it is clear Pan Pan'.,
'., Pan'., ma has aovereignty over the Zone. Bo what? That is OK With
I the, average Zonian. All he wants is to be left alone to live his
:,',',11fe as he is accustomed to living it. ", '., , ",, , .'.
1 So Panama does own the strip through which the Carrel nms.
; Mast year the Canal's net profit came to something less than $4
1
,. million, of which Panama get about half as an annuity. Half
:' seems a fair enough share for doing nothing.'
' ,,, what is the Canal Zone? &strip of land ten miles Wide. To
;1
., it hear some of the rabblerousers one would think it streched from
ft the Colombian frontier to Costa Rica. Before it became the Canal
.4
, Zone much of it was fever-ridden swamp. Where the town of
tDiahlo and Balboa now stand was swampland. The present sit sit!
! sit! nation is something like that'of a tenant who rents a trimble,-
. down, condemned ,building. He fixes it up into a liveable place,
' I then the' owner tells him it is so nice now that he will have to
,
, ;charge a lot more rent. ,,, I, t ,,, ..
t laid when Panama's politicos run out of equal pay, over over..
.. over.. eighty and so forth. as demagogic coverups for their own failure
I to provide employment for the desperate people of Panama,
! they embrace the ease of a rapist. In my view every rapist should
i be given life, or 'put in a-place Where he could no longer molest
i
, women. This goes regardless or whether he is a soldier or a labor labor,
, labor, Milliner mentions that some get off with a lighter sentence
- than others. There art) pany murderers walking around free be

1,abor Nelvs
And
Comment

lidEMMININIMIEMEMEMENIMIng

By VICTOR RIESE!.

Rut there are now too many
cries for more perfect unions. The
civil war seems inevitable. As
self-appointed historian. of this
war on The Hill, I trace its origin
to a' moment- last week when
Senate majority Atader Johnson
counted his votes and found that
the Republican chief. Sen. William
Know land. had the strength to put
over a series of anti.racket pro proposals.
posals. proposals. Johnson had three forcia to jut
gle in a hurry. He called in the
national labor chiefs and told
them that they bad to,stop pos posing
ing posing all laws -- and say so pub.
liclyor he couldn't defeat the
gentleman from California.
Johnson then turned to iabor's
friends, such, ati Oregon's Sen
Wayne Morse who, more than any anyone
one anyone else. is on the snot 'and does.
n't want to antlear to be a "pat "patsy'
sy' "patsy' for the union chiefs not
after the scandals which broke in
Portland. 1
Morse, reckoned that evervhodY
, knew him', as, a chmpion ,of labor.
If he now stood un and Noted a..
gatnst such Xnowland oronosals
as guaranteed secret balloting in
union ,electionn. the eentleman
from Oregon felt be might be list listekes
ekes listekes a stooge on.many books.
;

UL IALILIOLO WUL111,1 nave em.
I Milliner mentions that some get off with a lighter sentence proved by secret ballot
- than others. There are many murderers walking eround free be- 'rhe civil war will be long and
' cause they had a good lawyer. Does MMiner want to free ell the loud.
murderers who may have avoided going to Co iba if they had had
, smarter lawyers? ,,
To return to the ranting of the trouble-makers the average OFFICER RETIRES !ELT
Panamanian knows it for wbat it is worth. After trying to cover : ,
T, up hits own shortcomings by blaming everything on the Canal OXFORD, Miss. (UP)Dr., H.
s Zone the politico will go out to play golf on the Zone, and mingle B. Howerton, a veteran of World
'with his friends there. War T, bas discarded the Army
Stateside the Democrats and the Republicans blame every- belt be wore for 40 years. Hower.
' thing that goes wrong on each other, but when, it is time for ton, reserve officer, was issued
Congreu to adjourn ever3rthing is forgotten and they are friends the belt in 1910. He retired it after
' again. Here, the politicians have a different whipping boy. but being issued a new one from the.
tit's the same racket. , University of Mississippi ROTC
, Ladies. unit. :

id it ;di h h R
But o sa la t I et o- t
publican proposals now if ho
would, &finitely got a chance to
-1Atotot,. for 4gmt kind of antirac.
' 1,4 Jews :during thols Conant..
loan! soision. Ho thon warned 1
'that if tho Senate, Labor Com. 1
mitt did not come up with a
bill by Jtino 10, he (Morsel
would go onto tho Senate floor 1
and move to discharge tho com 1
mittoo. This moans the antl.rals.
kottoring proposals would
tokon directly to 'the floor and
written right its ,tho Senate. 1
Johnson consulted the most in.
fluential figure of all Sen. John
McClellan, who has been constant
ly warning that failure of, unions 1
to clean up would pot a vangster
economy in control of the U.S. The
gentleman from Arkansas stisS in.
sisted that there be definite gue.
rantees that the Senate would be
given a chance to vote on. anti,
rackeeering laws this, slimmer.
then talked to his snuthertr cot
leagues and slim them activist
Knowland. As tv, result of all this
mapouvering1, there was one vital
development. The, field of battle
, of the civil war was laid out. Thts
will become anparent next week
after See. Kennedv opens bis Sens
ate tabor Committee hearings on
antiracket nronosals The fled,.
, will be over Sen. McClellan's bill
that wilt be the field of battle.
, McClellan wants a law whirl!
will insist that no strike bo callod
and no contract signed without
a swot balloting of tho union
! members involvod.

, The Senator wants all uniong to
register with the Secretary of 1A.,
bor. Those which refuqed will be
deprived af the nrotection of the
National ,Labor Reletions Board
and theh' tax.exemptKatatus as
The Secretary. of LAO would
sunervise union elections if 10 Der
cent of the members asked him.
Local union officers would have to
run for office every two years:.
under secret ballot, Even changes
in salaries and expense accounts
of officials would have to be op
proved by secret ballot
The civil war will be long and
bud.

THE PANArIA Anr.MCAN AN INDETENDLNT PAILT NnvErArrn,

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It's Fixin'fer Quito a Showcr

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Well,. there

PALAMOS, Spain. Well,' there
goes another one.
- was sitting, in Seville: Spain,
the other day with a New Orleans
dame named Mary Cobband, like
any New Orleans, aficionados, we
forgot the bulls and were talking
about whom we loved: And we all
loved the same people. P:1 o m
both sides of 'Canal Street,
In addition to Owen Brennan
and the 'three departed Weise
brothers, and'Papa Celestin, and
Tommy Caplinger, and Gasper.
all the landmarks and all the rem
mants of the days that used tO
was we settled on, Jimmy Moj
ran as a topic. We found out we
both' loved Jimmy Motan, borri
Brocato, and for more 9r, less the
same reason. ,
Jimmy was I ,su'ppese you
could, call him an ex-hoodlum in
a mild sense, since he was mixed
up with the Costello mob in the
slotmachine business, and did a
little time in' The clink, and had
been a boottlegger. And I say, the
hell with it. Diamond Jimmy was;
la his peculiar way, real class,
and he dropped dead the other day
and he was working when ht del
parted. ,
He ran some 'restaurants, at
least one ot yvhich the biggest Mad
mallard ever shot by accident is
enshrined,' and I shot. that duck
through, I believe, the right eye.-.
at some,thhir over seven miles

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er departed gent, friend tailed
Sam. mentioned to Mr. Moran
long ways away: ,
"Fo' Gawd, Mistah Jimmy, dat
duck done -had heart- attack..0
' jimmy had diamonds ,in lui
teeth and diamond& OM' bis, fins
gtrs. One timehe gave me a die
mon&studded -pump ou.' One
time I gave him ,a pair of -lea,.
pard-skin spatS, and be wope them
to the,' Derby :,with tremendous
suttess.'Mostly what he gave me
was' a, uon-computable friendship
That's a commodity that Is her&
er to' come by than diamonds or,
leoptd-skii spats.
Jimniy, was' an'enornious min
ivith enormous anpetites. He Aral
his ,,beer 'out of phased.silver
besbt big-nOugleto,7aceld it, hog
ate'valtly'ati cooked Tilatt,
nificently, He had a "flair for the
sensational, whether.,it was cook,
ing or duck shootingt;and his suits
would have been'cbecitered, fawn,
or'leav. He wore it gray derbv.
and,' have seen' him in a s gray
Ateot tonper with tailcoat.
He. was a litte-blooming
iI4' was a 'skinny kid out. of no,
where who once saw a 20guacte
shotgun in a hoektbon windnw and
made ,up his. mind then and there
that,he would.have that shot4urt,
where, who once saw a 20 ftwitIe.
hilt It woliM bet tlismond-stioded,
That this would f4ke some time

upstairS. Alit know ts thar and& 'time as a prize fighter, time as-a

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into -tie ',Machine. t : T'
He was hungry, as only Italians
can ,be hungry,tfor the fine funk'
paste, 'the pasta fagiole vile was
hungry: One' day he would have a
restaurant where evenAhe hatn.
burgers Would- be dlameni-stedcled.'And
he had it. finally. end then
another. That ;didn't -tIcoutit the
duck citrip,''reared- ogled, in the
middle of the prairie, ,where
niy did the cooking theres for the
:We were' great hunting' group
ex.beotregger;',in the
Wels4 long' 4 gone
Sam Maceo,,who with-this ;brother
Itoside ranAbi 'gambling ,,inr Gat,
vestok Satinet people named .4 trom
and Clair; a, flock et CaJdps.1, all
shooting eute,of ,,pne,,;ojaCto
on th, bayous,. willtillora n't In, the
kitchen, tryingio combine Italian;
French.' and kosher enisine with a
lot ef :bad jokes., vtv r,
DistMOnd ivrt shot Magnificently.'
am Maceo,lhen dying et cancer,
didn't, bid he stilt had sense 'et
humor., Re came in,!, full of, grev grevh!ire4
h!ire4 grevh!ire4 dienitv.: one afternOnn nith
two, ducky Sontehadv ,asket tam
lurro natty Shellg he'd Anent':
Alive bexes," lie said. with' in
etnrniller's, :I Conte ',here
to theety t:, ,
The ,b'w,n0Flt AAR' ti!'11;li P'Ytr
1.0, Wag whe; T Imnorted 11117v
gelbv. -the- 'fitrienti.-, tvofesslon'l
,
hunter, into New ',Orleans and

get vita not then toMr,uted
into the ',Machine'. t :
He was hungry, as only Italians
can hungry,tfor the fine Rink
paste, 'the pasta fagiole wal
hungry: One' day he would have a
restaurant where evenAhe ham.
buigers Would- be dlameni-stitthl.
ed:And he had it. finally. and then
another. That ,didn't :trcoutit the
duck citrip,''reared- tiprigbt in th(
middle of the prairie, ,where
niy did the cooking theres for thi
.1Ve were' great hunting' groul
thi
Wels4 boys,':,the: now long' gnu
Sam Maceo,,.y.rho wlth-this ;brothel
Itoside ran:Abi 'gambling inr Gal
vestok Somet people named .4 Iron
qlair, kilock CaJollaJ al
shooting ,oute,of,,pne;njaCei dem
on th, bayous,. with.. Mora n: kb
kitchen, tryincto combine Italian
French.' and kosher etdsina with
lot ,of :had jokes,
Diamond ivrt shot Magnificently
am Maceo.lhen dying et cancer
hot he stilt had sense 't
h,umor., Re came in,t, full of. grey
httire4 dianitv.: one efternOnn
two, duekv Somebody ,.,asket tan
maliv hl'tidgnenc,
Alive thexes," lie said. with' '11
etenclIter's. :I egine ',her
to thoety t:, ,
!Mgt ,b'wn0Flt. ACM' Ji,11;)); ;
h.04,1vag whe; T Inroorted 111nr
gelbv. -the- tvofesslon'
hunter, into 'New r Orleans an,

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WASL:IINGTON 'Members oft GuernscY, who o d
..he House Appropriations commit. been special assistant to his broth
tee are agreed that Secretary of er.iniaw, director Wootql.
Commerce Sinclair Weeks desert,- quite recently when he rented Ie.
es it trophy in the "How foolish cause of an accident. 4
can you get?" category as's re- However. this is not ail of the
suit of his recent closed.cloor tes nepotism roll.call. Woozicy h a s
timony before therm '''- branched out byputtin: his son,.
'"ItIr.'Secretary,", ia Id' Rep. In-law on'the pij volt ht. the Dem,
Prince Preston of Georgia, "you er office of Laibi Ntanat:elitent.
have, Made' a long statement here On- too gol this nt-his-ennointed
today, but I notice that you didn't his brother in law, Errest hinter.
touch -on thecurrent economic as asststant to the ;-1,-le, Sitaervis.
reeession. tile' Secretary, of or ,of California -in tile Hureau of
Commerce,i perhaps you 3vould Land Management."
like ,to commentoLthat.'" These lobs ant- mrpnortti to be
, -, under Civil Service.' They are,re are,re;;Iomn'Iglkandow.tow,1,111yrewplieehda',,velVteeekbse.
;;Iomn'Iglkandow.tow,1,111yrewplieehda',,velVteeekbse. are,re;;Iomn'Iglkandow.tow,1,111yrewplieehda',,velVteeekbse. and
quired to be Niel tinder akoid
honored law pissed 'for' the
purpose of taking government :lobe 1
concerned. This is -no- depression,
ward. 11433v, however, fte mOlto is
or tven,a recession, but No- a out of the category ot teller! re.
business lull caused by the ItUs ItUsslim
slim ItUsslim Sputnik im-the recent seere reward. bx as
urintgsv Ivanthop , politics. t. s

"rm' glad to,'.1 replied Weeks.
!fi.don't know. wliy we hive to be
concerned.: This is to. depression;
or even ,a recession, but just...1
business lull caused by the Itus
slam Sputnik ,aM-the recent seere
winter weather!! t
At -first this evoked faueiter
' Yr :mei that.?'!: intntired
P 0n. ShPliotr 'n ettl'onTn4.
"Pn mind .einIninind.1"k:'
"Well hi rinternyt. tt.".-rontlid
newi ,st.stint,the fnnt
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cA&.,,,i, : enerR who., opnoses' -unification
should resign :and ;fight film out.
side the service; will be interest.
,!!,,,,,1 1;;ti:t;,, ing to see whatl happens,'
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rt. eePlo4k4 ,,1,19.,11r ',.:,,,,,,,11); 'A II N, NI. ,ONNO I NI' No II I
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;11t,01.., At a recent trieetin'g ton.
g' A aressional GOP, teaders- rresident
Por6410116414 eSt 40C P.ViOPNW r'r; ''''
01,riot,ontenewith)leon'llirtirs, Eisenhower amide. it' pleat 'that he
.1 still as. holding out., against ;an
. intorno. tax: reductiong
' ', "We' are, already., facing a den.
$14'ehL. eit lo this year,' liudget,l' said4
,aft,ai; tie4,1041tJ i'Why add to. it, In any ease the
ipit-atoPkoy pi, 11,47, affects of a tax cut(would-be ton
ro,tt't,' a nil k;ost, lookii!ot,b ok' late -iv-alleviate- thisJturrentire.
'With the same apprIcia. eession. 13,esides,11,think we wilt
tian:, t b ave tmcoura upturn ,in
rut itoAorip,,, .;1;,;1;,', -)4'.rtt,' the .conomv.' by the time Congrese
eon' tlebtlbot !of a..7,netaiikiiiii-thi;.,n gets aroung,to ,:consideringar., tax
-41111KtiOt -4'"4"4.44 I th:: ettt.'"
jrtei)r4 Perft 1SR,V Congressman Charles nal.
Atty.' okarNift. leck of Indiana said .a e u t
,ritAAI ard 4'was 'mNing t h e, wouldn't -beeefit eitheritiolitipal
.". , ) . party. Hellenic nolirt,edout that Re Ref.,
f., Ref., put $,Al.u. lig Ant mitiorgesmo' tyblipinS MIShoo4 'thrntigh-, a ten
.e4 Rh , ibp,',001111,,conittengl... bnt
Agi!vintor hat lost control rof the louse to Demo
311s ''esloOffil stleVoy:rtell, ex:eta in the next', electiod;
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7-:. FLYING ADMIRAL,
It will be interes!ing to see what
Secretetiv of De :wise JeElrny does
about the' sever.il Plant 'dads of
civilians' whiCh the Navy flew out
to San Francisco et, government
etpense tr attend the Navel Ad.
visory Council '
, Unofficial motkvi,! t b e'
meeting is to Mobilize friends of
the Navy to 'resist.ikescreorgani 'resist.ikescreorganisation
sation 'resist.ikescreorganisation of the Pentagon.. ; ,
The free trio' waa arrrangel bY
Adm., W..Reeves:ret; former
chief of the Nao a Air 'Training
Station gt PPngilVel: who
now heads ,lhe ,Naval Advisory
Council.
Reeves made a .1e1,1 through his
successor. Vice Adm, :Robert
Goldthwaite, ,for two Nimes to
pick up passengers .in Neuf You,
others from, Chleago.-iNeshington,
Dallas and San ,Diego. with. spot&
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stopping fot passengers Pens.
Cols, end New Orleans.
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but finally went,ahead Is a favor
to Reeves. However, IteliltroY has
publicly ,stated that an 'admiral or
general 'who. onnoses -unification
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effects of a tax eut(would-be toe
late -to-alleviate. this ..eurrent.ire.
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ave smcoura ging upturn do
the economy by the time Congrese
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i n ?enema have nothing to do with what shOuld be paid in the ,anCiallan, who has been constant- mallard ever shot by accident 1 that,he wouldhave that ahot4un to 'hoot , ' !!! '' ,uno..o. u" ,.'have' ..111aX11111114. "';'.
. one.why? It costs a working Men the same amount to live 1Y warning that failure Of. 111110OS enshrined,. and shot, that duck where, who once saw, a 20 merle 'rim bto,,,e4 tiiiiill .tina.m. i A evc!! '-- '' ' ' ."
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ousted that Aber. be definite go. All I know ts that &nom.. 'time as a prize tighteri time as-a 'hunter, into NeW Orleans and ,y,- ,
the Canal Zone local-rate wages they brand so inadequate? There
Wouldn't be as many millionaires In Panama If a fair share of .the rantees that the Senate would be
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ploney.,was 9ut.lr.1 wages.,, ,., : iglittn a .enan.ea to..!ote on. antio I Aeo- 1 A a 14-A-111L-!'1,-114, I

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packed around by the canal Zone authorities ". they tell rue: mapotiverint, Mere Wal one vital La La La ca Li oe.ae
rEou've bee'n reading what the politicians are-saying. Even development. The, field of battle
!though we only have six months work on this lob we make Mort of the civil war was laid out. TIN 1
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uiarence simmer (man BOX; may 4) says it is clear PILT1- win be over See. McClellan's hill 1
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- me hits novereignty over the Zone. Bo what? That is oK with that wilt be the fie1,1 of battle.
the,average Zonian. All he wants ta be left alone to live his McClellan wants a taw which -: WiteAlL, '5Di221 31tAikeit- .! 4 ) while
as he is accustomed to living it. ", will insist that re strike be called
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- ,,, what is the canal Zone? &strip of land ten miles wide. To ,,', The' Senator wants all union to 1
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., down, condemned huilding. He fixes it up, into a liveable place, well. . , ,
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, ;charge a lot more. rent. ,, t ,4 , Th; Secretary. of Lahot would
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! STONE AGE PIIILOSOPHER -.,
t- It is really amusing to Bitten to some of the characters tho
human race has developed. A prize specimen is "Whuz Wright'
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should appear below that of C.Z.B. ,, ,
, -,,, "Whuz Wright" states that he- has no deubt' the studeni
. flag-ralsers were "fully instructed and urged into action 1)3
mature adults."-- If he zan getehis foot out of his mouth lit
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descend upon the students should they itterapt to repeat theil
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Orson who labels something as Communism when fresh out o
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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) The pub.
tic opinion "trial" of Lana- Tur.
sees career is in the jury's hands.
The verdict is in doubt..
, Moviegoers boycott.- her
rOmanticcaprice 'that !, brought
tragedy- t- her 14-year.old daugh.
ter Oheryl mean added dollars at
tho "nation's', theaters playing her
gilmara ',1A..tf'4,1 P.:14v; ktOtTle
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' HOLLYWOOD ,,, ,-, wondering
and speculating, A as -only
- wood tan,.,itt the cold impersonal
way 'associated xwith movie ,"box
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t ;Sines that night of horror- tor
, Lana and her daughter there has
' been -a sudden jump in attend.
' net attheaters, showing her cur.
tent movies,,."Peyton Place," and
"The ,Lady ,,Takes ,a Flyer," In
the former,,she plays ler first
tele at a mother in-,scenei that
ironically varallel. her owp,, tragic
st,'"
, Now comes Word.. trim? tifm
town,311al,. raramount will re.
lease Lana's', newest film,' 'An.
' Timeg Another Place," in
May instead. bfr an'' originally
schedule SepteMber date.
'There- has been talk, about ,the
possibility' of -MGM re-issuing U UV,'
V,' UV,' 1953 movie,i vThe Bad a n d
',the Beautiful." It is considered
, --doubtful, Althotigh, the title $its
;ber romance, with' the handsome
gigolo, Johnny' Stompanato, t and
'could mean-money, in the bank
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15 Leather
worker
10 Weirder
17 She was 30

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the time ot
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Mangle
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direction
21 Anatomize
24 Cicatrix
27 Beloved ,
21 Edible
rootstock
32 Minute skin
opening 1
33 Exchange
premium
34 Enthusiastic
ardor
35 Emerge anew
40 Pause
'41 Sprint,
Summer,
Autumn,
Winter
43 Wine vessel
44 Bargain event
4 Diminutive
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56 20 CPO
51 Term used In
bowling (pl.)
57 Dispatcher
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2 Asiatic river
3 Tear asunder
4 Charged atom
5 Fragrant
oleoresin
0 Staggered
7 One (Scot.)
I Ben gales
timber tree
Wading bird
10 Rubber trees
11 Simple
13 Expunge
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Navy ob.)
21 Sags
22 Symbol lor
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23 Small candles
24 Asterisk
25 "Bird in a
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26 Operatic solo
28 Her husband,
, ',Jerre, had an
important
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discovery
29 Ages
30 Depression
36 Hebrew letter.
Church lets r
38 King of
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29 Rotates
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of Thailand
44 Female horse
45 Prayer
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47 Feminine
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48 Passage in
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49 Writing table
51 Conclusion
52 Female
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54 Burmese
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movits, "Joan ot Arc," and "Arch
of. Triumph," were playing in
theaters. Theerwould have flop.
ped on their own merits without
help fromm Ingrid's personal Iife,
Hollywood figreed -

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'LAST YEAR, the movie Anas Anastasia,"
tasia," Anastasia," the first good Bergman
film,Sinee, the scandal,, broke all
kinds of, box-officeirecords and e even
ven even WW1 Ingrid Oscar.'7-The
publicand, Hollywood ..-.1s,,quick
to forgive jk and to forgetIf a
star touched by scandal appear in
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.,,The:finalgierdict ,on tent' Tur.
ner's leareer ,may,,notcome until
the release of, "Another Time, An.
other Place,P, If itis a good plc.
tures and Lana gives a good per performance,
formance, performance, Hollywood's film sales salesman
man salesman believe it will be a box.office
success., ,
If it is a bad film, Lana Turner
Will bi "poison" at the box, office
say' the men behind the movie
scenes.
IT'S AN OLD story ', in
wood that tou're only as good as
your last picture. The badness of
yoar last scandal, the ,records
proire, plays a less Important role
than the goodness of Jour last
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'Ilth SCANDAL has hot 'hurt JR '56.Old S. n
the box office draw of many Hol. IC is said, ,is the r
lywood stars,' Ineluding' Errol Taylor has decided
:,Flynn'S trials on girl charges and 4vith "Cat on ,1 E
Robertellitchum's rres t, he ,the movie pn,
'had two films playing in theaters. :onlrgis -days befol
'It's the,record books that at., Todd's tragic cleat)
7 tendance 'jumped lone third over Freberg and the. ci
' Rowan arid Martir
Ingrid 'Bergman's Italian love Hinal Shore on TV
affair with Roberto Rossellini and mer' starting June
'Arnwed ,motherhood spelled doom, t,Jackie Gleason 11
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it is said, ,is the reason. ', Liz
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mer' ,summer' starting June -22.
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EDITOR'S NOTE: Corregidor
fAll IS years ago this week to the
imperial Japanese army. In the
following dispakh, United Press
Correspondent m Miller
re-visits "Thn Rock" on which
the Japanese attack timetable
was smashed.
' By WILLIAM MILLER

CORREGIDOR,,, Manila Bay
Wry "The Rock" stands to today
day today as its own monument to
brave men.
Plans to erect a great stone
memorial to the memory of the
men who fought and died here
have gone astray. But it does not
matter. There ,are mementoes
enough.
The great guns that shattered
three-fourths of the Japanese in invasion
vasion invasion landing trait stand rusting
in the tangled jungle vines.
Artillery and. mortar shells re remain
main remain neatly stacked in the tun tunneis
neis tunneis where American soldiers ,Ind
marines and Filipino scouts piled
them for the final stand that
never came, '
-The jungle has closed in on the
milt-long row ot. smashed barrack';,-
Gen. Douglas MacArthur's
headquarters and the crushed pill pillboxes.
boxes. pillboxes. The parade ground is gone.
The pavIed highway that once
wound to the top of the island
has crumbled. The rats, birds and
lizards are the only inhabitants.
Deep in the Aunnels that were
blasted out as far back as 1904
when Corregidor was manned as
a seedefense, you can still see
the epitaphs American soldiers
wrote for themselves.
"We all must die- some day,
for us, why not now?"
'We will eat until the last food.
We will fight to the last bullet."
The words are .hard to read
now. The walls are dripping and
slimed. But they ; do not erase
from the mind.

When 'the rock fell ,at 11 pan.,
MAY. 6,4 1.942,'1 there were 12,000
Americans and Filipinos ;stilt
alive., The, tunnels were choked
with wounded from Corregidor
and from fallen ,Bataan.
The Japanese, trying, to keep
up to their timetable of conquest,
had, dumped 3,000 tons of bombs
per square mile on Corregidor.
Some 16,000 'shella had,landed in
a 24.hour 2period.
The orders were to hold Bataan
and Corregidor give Australia
time, to build' lefensei.', Keep the
Japanese :off balance.
But'the anti.aircraft 'guns could
not reach- the' circling Japanese
bombers:I- Most' of :',,the big guilts
pointed out tO seaand the Japs.
anese came; brwa'y of Bataan 'to
assault; the 'island fortress from
the .rear and sides.
lt -was like.Singapore. But un unlike
like unlike Singapore, which aurrendered
quickly Gen.. Jonathan Wain Wainwright,
wright, Wainwright, V"Skinny" to his men,
fought. on:
Japanese losses were 'terrible.
Half the invasion forces drowned.
Those Avho got 'Ashore ran. into'
murderous cross, fire from the
American and. Filipino defenders.
, Acts ot heroism that another
time would have brought medals
and honors were commonplace.
,But after, two days of virtual
hand.to ,hand, combat, the -over.
whelming force of the Japanese
, could not be stopped further.
- Wainwright sent his word:
"Message for General Homma. 4 01
o for military 'reasons which Gen.
eral Wainwright considers suffi.
cient, the commanding general
will surrender4.;"

BEGIN NAVA11.11XERCISIV
CUXHAVEN, Germany (UP).
The fledgling West German navy
yesterday begah a sea exercise as
part of an over-all NATO training
program. -The, exercise, natned
"Blue Wolf,". was commanded by
Adm. Karl Adolf Zender, NAV)
naval commander-in-chief for cen.
tral Eruope.

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Just .34 months later, Amerl.,
cans returned to the rock. ,There
were 3,038 of them in the assault
force. Some 6,000 Japanese de.
fended, When it was over, only
a few Japanese remained alive.'

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By OSWALD JACOBY
Writton for NEA Sank

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'Both vulnerable
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4 'c Pass Pass Pass
Opening lead--

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, Norm and- South have a lay
down for a small slam since
South need do is to draw trumps,
establish' dummy's clubs by rut,
fing one and get over to dummy
with the king of hearts.
When I watched the hand play.,
ed North and South teached game
all right but never came near to
the slam and there was consider.
able discussion as to how t h e
hand should have been bid.'

, Everyone agreed that it Mirth
opened with two cinbs, six spades
would be a cinch to get to out they
also felt that North's hand should
be opened one only.
,

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The final' decision was' hat
North should have bia irregular.
lv but strongly in order to get to
the small slam, His first rebid
should have been a mere three
clubs, Pq would :take a chance
tbat might'. pass this but
it wouldn't be much of a chance.
Actually South would have re rebid
bid rebid three hearts. whereupon
North would'have gone to three
spades only., This,bid would,, of
course, have beett, a force nd
Soutlf-would. bave.;, gone, ,te t the
spade game.. ,
At that Toint,': North would
come out of his shell'and bid four
no.trump. South would show one
ace and North would jump te six
spades.,
Rather unusual bidding on
North's part but at least it. witY
to get to the slam,

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f r us why not now?" with the king of hearts. ' ,, . , ., , .,,, :, r .. -,---- Nct.....40-0'00 , ,,
We will eat until the last food. ,,' '' '' t .. 1 , ,:,,,,,' ',
A. .0, We will fight to the last bullet." When I watched the hand play., , . -1 .. , , :
:,:, rl- 1, s The words are .hard to read ed North and South teached game '' '.. .,
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i Will Attend Presidential
I 14uguration In Costa Rica
i Among the Panama officials who
I Ieft yesterday for Costa Ries
I wttere they will attend the Presi-,
' dnntial inauguration were the Mi Mi',
', Mi', Mater of Foreign Rotations and
' Zits.. Aquilino Boyd, the Minister
1 of. Government and Justice and
Mrs.' Mar Heurtematte, the ex exAinhassador
Ainhassador exAinhassador of Panama to Costa
Rica'and Mrs. Frank Morrice and
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, Dr. and Mrs., rasmo de la Guar Guari
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I Miss Sandra Matta Will '.
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J POrticipato in Collage May Day
; 'Miss Sandra 4 Motta, (laughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Motta
of Colon is among those partici partici-
- partici- pating in the annual May Day fes fes'
' fes' tiVities at,UrSinus College at Col Col1
1 Col1 legeville, Pa.,. on May 10. She will
11 one of the dancers in the ori'

ISTHMIAN NURSES ASSOCIATION HOLDS ANNUAL' '
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C TAIL-BUFFET FOR MEMBERS AND .GUESTS .,. 4
The hthmian Nurses Association held a cocktail-buffet
t their annual meeting last night at the American Legion
Club at Fort Amador.
! Honored guests were the Canal Zone Health Director, s,
rot. Charles O. Bruce, and Mrs. Bruce.g -
i After-dinner speakers., introduced by bliss ,Elizabeth
Marsh, president of INA, were Dr. Bernard K. Levin of the
'Division of PreVentiVe Medicine of the Panama Canal Co.,
Capt. Thomas Dorsay;food advisor U Army, Caribbean Area,
itnd Leonard J. Myers, Director of Operations et the Amer American
ican American Red Cross.

ging pageant, "County Fa. ir,"
written by an Ursinus student. A
;reshmen mathematics major
Miss Motta is a member of the
Curtain Club and Mathematics
Club and is on the costume com committee
mittee committee for the May Day festival.
She was graduated from Cristobal
High School with the class (A 1957.
.

Felix Madu'ros. Will
Visit US and Europa
Mr. and Mrs. Felix Maduro of
t'anama left today for the United
States. They plan to spend two
weeks in- New York where they
will be joined by their son, Steve.
who attends school New Jersey.
They will then leave by plane for
Europe where they intend to spend
several months touring various
countries.

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Stork Shower Honors
Mrs. Ernostines Stiliwoll
Saulangue Rodriguez was
the hostess at, a stork shower giv
at Fort Gulick agently in honor
of Mrs. Ernestines Stillwell. Mes Mesdames
dames Mesdames Loraine Dustin, Mary Jane
Pearson, and Ethel Brown were
presented with bottles of French
perfume by the hostess as evening
prize winners.
Neighbors and friends attending
were Mesdames Alvina Mills, Ju.
lia Flores, Audrey Barsi.. Betty
Townsend, Mary Jane Pearson,'E Pearson,'Ethel
thel Pearson,'Ethel Brown, Ruth Criss. Uta Cam Cambell,'Loraine
bell,'Loraine Cambell,'Loraine Dustin, Eleanor
Webster, Edith Hitchins and Vi.
vian Ralph. ,
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By lone Bahals.:

aeginning Sunday, the Baha'is
of the Canal Zone southern dik
trict begin a series of 'dor.
mative discussions classeS at the
Community Building in Curundu.
The classes will be from 10 a.m.
to 11 a.m. each Sunday norning.
,
The subjects to be -covered dur.
ing this series are Cod and Man.
Life After Death, Science and Re.
ligion, Progressive Revelation, The
Purpose of Creation, The Sniritual
Solution to the Economic Problem
The Realitv of Man and the Spi Spiritual
ritual Spiritual and Social Evolution of Man.
There will be a different coot
dinator for each subject. The pat
tern will be a short discourse on
the chosen subject by the coordi.
Tudor in relation to tho Baha't
faith and then the meeting will
be onen to discussion and question.
ing by all present.
The nurpose of these elasses is
to 'bring about a greater under..
standing of the realitv 'of relivon,
its oneness, and the true purpose
of man's'ereation through tho
change Of thoughts and ideas from
people of all races, classes and
ereeds." Rshal snokesman Bald
these gatherings are open to the
public.

DENTAL TECHNICIAN Fred
Disk (above), dental technician
of the technical Service depart.,
ment,of Austenal Inc. of New
York,. U scheduled to arrive in
Panama today to provide tech technical,
nical, technical, aid for the local distribu distributors
tors distributors of Viluilium.,Disk be
met at the airport by Dr.,A.
Calvo of Laboratorlo Dental
Panamericamw ',, ,1
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Yciuth'
The Pacific Christ for Youth
will hold an evangelistic rally on
Saturday at the Panama (Baptist
Church featuring' Evangelist Ha.
rold Skeete.

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AWARDS PRESENTATION L-- Members of the Fort Amador lgomen's Golf A ssociation are 'shown at their. semi-annual 'luncheon when 'prizes were award, -,'
- ed to the winners of the annual Handicap and Ringer Toulnaments (Leit to right) Sylva Carpenter,'Bobble Hughes, Eve Monteath,' Gladys Wiley, jean,
, Sullivan,. Bev Dlifer, Margaret Hastings, Rene Isbell, Irene Robinson Marge Eewell, Gay McMichael, pearl Trim Ethel perantle, Jo Alexander, Helen.
Owens, Zel Bacthellor, Mae Askew, Alyce French and B. J. Nelson.. : z ;-

Ili Mons Of lloppets rlarch
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Bac lc To Growing Greenery Soon

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NEK,YORK (UP) We will
have ,with us, before long, a spec spectacle
tacle spectacle that has become an early;
summer ritual in the United
States millions of moppets
,marching off on a pilgrimage
back to nature. 1
' The summertime trek of gram grammar
mar grammar and high school age kids to
supervised camps is a fixed in inltitution
ltitution inltitution in many densely Docked
cities such as New York; Its
!magnitude nowadays is arrest arrestmg.
mg. arrestmg. Business is zooming.
, ,Within three 'decades, while we
,have 'become more and more a
.nation of city dwellers, the num num'ber
'ber num'ber of boys and girls attending
such camps has grown 500 per
The American Camping' ASSIL,
an organization of camps- and
directors, says that one million
children attended camps in 1930.
,This summer, it expects, the
camp population to ,be 5 million.
1That, would be-11 per dent of all
grammar and high school
,;
,',The association estimates there
now are about 13,000 camps in
tbe United States 61 per cent
operated by agencies such as
youth organizations and volun.
tory. service groups; 20 per cent
,private)y owned; leper cent by
smch groups as churcbes,
schoolsp businessesdle
America is one of the greatest
Organization counties 4ever to
come down the pike of bistory.
We organize everything.- and,
sure enough the association
claims that organized camping
for recreation and education is a
U.S.'finvention, nearly a century
old now..
The whole thing started, ac:
cording 'to this version, in 1881
in Connecticut when Frederick
William Gunn, took the students
of his boys' school to the coun country
try country lor two weeks of camping.
The outing became annual for 18
Yearn. ,
A further step came in 1876
1 when Dr. Joseph T: Rothrock set

up a health camp in Penn Pennsylvania
sylvania Pennsylvania for "peakly'boys." in
1880, the Rev- George IV, Hinck Hinckley
ley Hinckley began a religious camp in
Rhode Island, mlxing in sports
and reereation.

In the eary 1900s city settle.
ments and YMCAs got into the
camping act. In .1910, the 1411
Scouts came along and gave a
mighty. shove to the camping
movement's progress. The Girl
Scouts and Camp ,Fire Girls gave
new impetus two years later. .;
There's one aspect of organ,
ized camping out that, to me, at
least, is not SO attractive. As
William Cullen Bryant once
wrote, "To him who in the love
of nature holds communion, with
her visible forms, she speaks a
various language.',1 But an or organized
ganized organized camp sometimes seems
long. on ,supervision ,ind !organi !organization
zation !organization and short on nature corn cornMilniOn
MilniOn cornMilniOn One 'of the delights of unorgan unorganized,
ized, unorganized, helter ske ter zamping is
the sheer loafing which lets you
hear nature speak 'without some someone
one someone hovering by, telling you what
she is saying--the 'supervisor's in interpretation.
terpretation. interpretation. ,re
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C t
,
) thatt is ',too t Veshttle
IfieWl' Certainly-) supqrvision; aod
guidance, Is needed., Particularly
in tbe case, of underprivileged
kids who live I out t most of their'.
childhood in a city of concrete,
stone, nd steel with never a
glimpse of' growing greenery.
,
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DALLAS (UP) -- Magnet Cove
Iarjunt,,Corp., subsidiar3r of Dres.
ser t Industries, Inc, and the
baroid division of National Lead
Co. have cut prices, 12 pei cent
and 8 per cent respectively on,
well drilling mud, it was an
nouneed yesterday. ''

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Each notice tot inclusion,in this
column should be suluviitted se
tvau.wrotten term and mailed ao
the boa number listed daily en
mai and Otherwise,". et. delivered
bv hcod to. the office. Notices et
meetings cannot be accepted by
trceohool'
V F. W. Post 3835 t'
The regular moilbhly'meeting o.'
the V. k. W., rost, 303a at eocult
will be held -on Friday at 7:JO
p.m. at' tne Post home. jilembers
are asked to ',bring their ladies
a Nite" win be held goat
8Alitoe,m1terps.mo.f Clu.bwr.00amre,
invited to allend.

Society Of American -;
Military Engineers
The May meeting 'Of ,the Canal
Zone Post, Society of' American Mi Military
litary Military Engineers, will be held next
Monday, evening at the Cervece Cerveceria
ria Cerveceria Nacional on the Transisth Transisthmian
mian Transisthmian Highway- A Social hour will
' be held in the air 'conditioned
lounge at 6:00 p.m, followed by a
tour of the Brewery,'' conducted
by., the Brewmaster. Dinner wi I
be erved at 7:30 p.m.t, followed
,by' a business 'meeting. Sport
shrits be Nwore; Resii.4 a Moos
inay ba secured from 1,1-
ers, Fort Clayton 2110, GebSge
Kruse, Navy 6215, o'r Julianilearn,C
Oamboa 188; ''

BASE FOR SAC'-:- Added in.,1';
surance for the Unkted States in
the Far East wilt be Kung Quail ,T
Airfield, now .under construe construe':
': construe': tion on the islandof, Formosa,
about 100 miles South of the
capital of Taipei (see News News;
; News; map).'To be one of the longest
in the world --,,tWo and a half
miles the,25-million-dollar
field will officially be, operated
by Chiang Kai-Shek's small,.
-- American-equipped jet air force.
In practice, the USAF wilt be
, able to use its rtmways under
terms of U.S. military agree agreements
ments agreements with Nationalist China.

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!"CHIP" ON HIS SHOULDER
.1-I-Thanks to trick photography,
I Screen star Russ Tambln, as
Tom ,Thumb; 'perches on the
shoulder producer George
t Pal, who has lust finished, a
I movie about the famous fairy
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SAN FRANCISCO WOPride
is the root of all s bill, according
to I3ily Graham.
, :
The 39.year-old, evangelist,- in
probing the questien of evil and
its outgrowth before a,.crowd ol
15,500 at the Cow Palace Tuesday
night, explained that by pride he
meant greed, ambition, hatred
and intolerance.
,
' "Pride caused Lucifer's, fall,"
Graham said, "And when Luci er
became Satan he must have land,
ed on this planet':
Graham described Satan as a
"tremendous personage" with
great power.
,
"If people don't read' tbte Bible
4r-or don't Tfiderstand it,' Satan
has blinded them," he said..
The evanglist promised hi listeners,-
they ,would never go- to
Hell, because J that place" is re,'
served for Luci er'and his angels.'
c"But people will live in eternal
darkness if they re.use to iceept
Christ," be warned.JJ,
. ,),11 ail
Part. of Tuesday night's firowd
arrived in' 114 chartered buses,
icomitiefrom all parts, of' north.
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- The Firestone Interamerica Ch. of Panama had a dual tea.,
sod for .celebretion earls, this week.' ' "et r
, At IC luncheon given in the Chanteclere Roont of tho Union
Club by Jack Sweeney; general manager ot tho Firestone branch,
in Panama, the guest of honot, Frank B. Norton, sales man.
ager of the Firestone International ComPary of Akton, 0, pre presented
sented presented Francisco Martin Alexis with a gold lapel pin symbol,
ing' five i years of faithful service.
jorz-e Atlas Is shown in the photogratIk taken during the
presentation. Norton left Panama yestetday, returning to tho
State, after an extensive trip 14Isitinn Firestone branches in
South, An-leech' 'And' ranatta. 4

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Graham said 'r iesd a y night's
meeting brought the total attend.
ince for his San Trancisco' BaY
crusade to 150,000. t
, Nearly 1.,000 perions caine forth',
1Tuesday night to make theie "de..
icision for Cluist,!,' the spokesman
said. '
Ear'ler Tuesday, Graham was
honored at a breakfast given. by
some 230 Tennesseans 'whd came
here .by special train to 'attend
bis crusade n. ;
He admonished- his listeners to
"indulge". themselves daily in the
Lord., ,
."Are have' called' People to a
loyalty to the church without call.:
ing them 'to a loyalty, to Jesus.,
Christ," Graham said.. 'Many of
our mental problems are tile re."
su t of people putting,other things'
before the person. ot 'Christ".
t
-.41fty per cent ot our mental
cases today are the result of deep
spiritual prolaMms.'! he said.. "We,
1 have an anchor in Christ, himself
, will never fail,1,14,'
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mediaition destroys irritating i '''''xt;
', I Baby Foods every day....; -.PRaTie'os'"'do. ', ,, nearly drive you crazy? Does the skin
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riliisliolef taltitmseetnototimt7lumbwlens itya telarmn,,, skin s,nrfca.ce.baactedriina. sAbisosrbeonrt 1
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'Medicated Mexana Skin Cream Helps Heal Sore' "Detergent Hands" i
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, Rica and Mrs. Frank Morrice and . I nillions Of Eloppeutslill.11 rilar,ch ' 40:, I I
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Di. and Mrs..Erasmo de la Guar- Felix Madures Will .,, I I ..
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' Mr. and Mrs. Felix Maduro of ,
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Miss Sandra Matta Will '. Panama left today for the United e i I : 'f, 4,,
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POrticipate in College May Day States. They plan to spend two ',Beginning Sunday, the Bahe.is , ,!,, ; , .. ,
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,, ',Miss Sandra Motta, (laughter weeks in. New York where they of the Canal Zone southern dm. '.
of Mr. and Mrs.. Albert C. Mot,ta wM be joined by their son, Steve. trict Will begin a series of infor.
I of Colon is among those partici- who attends school ih New Jerse1r. mative discussions classeS at the NEK,YORIC (UP) '' We will u a health cam in P n n
In yeee.viritten Nam and mailed 41 SAN FRANCISCO (Ul3).--Pride ern California. A 'Spokesriian for
' Each notice for Inclusion in this , ,. t ,,,,, ..... , , ,,,,, ,,,k o
Graham said 1. ii e s d a ni ht's
ith us, before long, a spetc-. syPlvania for "peak1Py'boys.".! - column should be submitted so , , ,,, .,,,,,,., .
1 l'pating in the annual May DO fes- They will then leave by plane for Community Building in Curundu. thave ,w
i, s' tiVities atUrSinus College at Col- Europe where they intend to spend acle that has become an ear y- 1880 the Rev George W Hinck HinckThe
The HinckThe classes will be from 10 a.m. - the boa number listed daily 1St le lesummer
summer lesummer ritual in the United ley began a religious camp in is the root of all s bin, according
legeville; Pa on May 10. She will several months touring various to it cm.
9 each Sunday norning. cud and Othervoise,". or delivered to Bit y Graham '. .. ti b ht th t Y g
- , States millions of m o p p e t s Rhode. Island, mixing in sports . , mee ng roug e otal attend.
tis hsed te the office. N t t
o ices it , : I '' ince for his San Francisco' Bay
bt one of the dancers in the ori- countries. , , i ..
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mare mg p g g
back to nature , ,
. meetings cannot be accepted 11, The 39.year.old, evangelist,- in crusade to 150,000. :
;rig. this series are Cod and MAIL titenhorie.' i , probing the questiOn of evil and : - '
. es ... ... n. The summertme trek of gram- in the ear y. 1900s city settle.

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iorton, sales man,
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; it their annual meeting last nignt at tile american axiun 1 at t'ort uuncii igenuy in Donor 1 g i
1 of Mre Ponnetinoe gtiliwoli Mot i 8 I ,3:t A ) ,

VIIID at a ors isniauuL
, Honored guests were the Canal Zone Health Director, dames Loraine Dustin, ary Jane , -2 : :
rot. Charles O. Bruce, and Mrs. Bruce.g ' Pearson, and Ethel Brown were ' A g 4 t A
i After-dinner speakers.A, introduced by bliss Elizabeth presented with bottles of French -, ,t 0, 4 ,
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' i Injiuguration In Costa Rica written by an ursinus stueeni,. ii Wehster, Edith Hitchins and Vi- .-.---01"'""-- f
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1 wttere they will attend the Presi-, Curtain Club and Mathematics (CONTINUED ON PAGE FIVE) -, i ,, -
' 1 dantial inauguration were the Mi- Club and is on the costume com comAWARDS
AWARDS comAWARDS PRESENTATION Members of the Fort Amadnr Women's Golf A ssociation are 'shown at their semi-annual luncheon when prizes were awar& -''-
- .s;..,. 'if verpion Relations and mittee tor the May Day lestival. 1
Mk AB A is ha nyinr, (If thdb Oftn1101 Uontlinnn ta rt A la t VI "Mt. 'rill, Inamarito IT prf 4,,, irriltt Q,11;13 rapriariter tnbiiiel Thinhoe t"t,r, Sers,.nu, "iA.... Inv... -VAL.. lob '''' 4

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' 1 ZITS. Aquilino iioyd, the Minister I She was graduated from Cristobal viscussion,Liasses ...SA VW 1.1., TT a., 0 ,kaa. Saaa.., 6......... 4...........16. ...A J.S....616V6 J......Liaa........., 6,......1. W 6. .1.6 di., dP a...1,3 a a 6. ...a J.....laaaa ,....o.wa, &au aWial Jr..., 6
Sullivan, Bev Pilfer, Margaret Hastings, Rene Isbell, Irene Robinson Marge 1-.:,eweit, Gay McMichael Pearl Ttrirh, Ethel, Perantle,40 Alexander, Helen
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' of, Government and Justice and High School with the class oli 1957.
, , , : Owens, Zel Baetnellor, Mae Askew, Alyce French and B. J. Nelson. t ' ' ',
Mrs.' Max, Heurtematte, the ex- , I
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11111' Of 11 ts 1711 rlarCh ..t ',' iticie' Is. 1Doo'); '0' li Stn' '
,, Di. and mrs.,Frasmo de la Guar. Felix Madu'res Will 1, .., I I ILPH) I oppe 1 ,. . ... .......
i dit. Visit US and EuroPs y lone Baha is. ,,,, ,,. , . .,,, IIIIETIrf, p
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i 1' Miss ,Sandra' Matta Will Panama left today for the United , ,
'- ' ac c o rouging Greenery Soon Itmd -:--- . , ,: ,f.;.
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I Participate in College May Day States. They plan to spend two Beginning Sunday, the Baba is , . , ,!,,, ; , -.. , .-
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, I miss Sandra Motta, daught,er weeks in New York wheretheY of. the .Canal. Zone southern dis,. '. ,....--kr ... --, e. ,,, .. - . ,
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The sunwier.time trek of gram. min sthenear ym 1000s ity settle. ,
its outgrowth before a crowd ol Nearly 1000 persons came forth
I I it ''' 1...ife After' eaki;, cTie-n"c;Tali."11el
eetin 0.115,500 at the Cow Pa ace ues ay uesday night o make the' de.,
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7 BUYING CLOTHING IS A PLEASURE 1 tgion,yrotgrie,s.slye Itemvtl.at,ion:.:!?3 mar and high school age kids to ent a d, CM goct into the V. F. W. Post 3835 I
supervised camps is a fixed In. camping act. )In .1910, the 141 The regular inolithlyin niuht aynininadi 'that hu nricio ha fn. Ph1 0) h.

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' The Realitv of Man and'the Spi .mag
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There wi
'11 be a different eoor stitution in many densely packed Scouts came along and gave a the V. k. W., rost, 30.id at Cocult
hty shove to the camping will be held on Friday at
ci les such as New York; Its 'nug b
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rrest movement's progress. The Girl p.m. at' tne Post home.,Mem crs ,t,
Business is zooming. Scouts and Camp Fire Girls gave are asked to bring their ladles ,.
- ;Within three 'decades, while we Pettis two years later. as ',ladies Nite" win be held goat G
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7: Jo mean greed, amb,itio,n, hatred said.' 1 '.. ., -' .-- '. :
and intolerance. .. , ,
' Earler Tuesday., Grahim was
Pride caused Lucifer's fall,"' honored at a breakfast tiven by
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raham said, "And when Luci er some 230 Tennesseans w came

0 VI 1.0 k7.111 In lalt LW xuunli, ecame Satan he must have laud. here .byhasvpeecieala tra,i,no,tol'atttend
such tamps has grown ,500 per
least is not SO attractive. As Graham described Sat I
an as a s h d- h-
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w--- "indulge". themselves daily in the
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tern wiII be a short digeourse on
IT fin Q the, chosen subject by the enordi.
be onen to discussion and question. t
ing by all present. ;nave wecume mure anu tunic a
nation of city dwellers, the num. There;s. one, aspect i of organ, Ali, embers of tn' e y..:F. .W. are I bed on this planet." , his crusade. r
her of boys and girls attending ized camping out that, to me, at invited to attend. - , 4
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, The American Camping Assn., of nature ,holds communion, with The May meeting Of the Canal
- an organization of camps- and her visible forms,' she speaks a Zone Post, Society of' American Mi. "If people don't read'
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faith an4 then the meeting will , wWriolitiea,m,,TCoullheimn wBhroyainnt t,h tgrt:rreatm.ciep9nondw:toeu.rs. dep resrksaenns,
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directors, says that one MilliOn various ,language.',1 But an or. litary Engineers, will .be held next! e lied eog e o a,
11 '"J" STREET -- 52 CENTRAL AVE. The nurpose of these elasses is tge Bible ,,tw
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, standing of the realitv 'of reli
3 t ' - ", - ifs oneness, and the true purpoc"se .:
2 of man's'creation through tho ex
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1 This summer, it exPeetr the long. on ,supervision ,ind !organi. ria Nacional on; thel Tr s th The evanghst promised MS lis lis,camp
,camp lis,camp population to ,be 5 million. ZatiOn and short on nature corn. mian Highway...A
1That, would be-11 per dent of all
'VA: grammar and high school
munion. Z p , be held in th
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teners, the would never o to
Hell becarise that
'ed tor Luci erana his ansg I I ng em to a loyaity, to Jesus.
Christ," Graham said. 'Many ,of
ewe& f re our niental problems are the re."
, su t of people putting other things'
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i 4 1 ' - 1 peopie 'of all raeec-elasaes and tcp"::Ircu I une.. of tne nenghts unorgan i tour of the Biewervf; tondilAp-a o'But peon) will live. in eternal I""" vt

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mu esumabes 'idlers ized, helter ske ter .' zamPitili is by,. the Brewmaster.7 bi-n-n-er----;til t' 01,'-our mental: ',,
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now aye about 13,000 Icamps in the sheer loafing which lets you be -; erved at 7:30 p.m.,t,lollowed
. the United Stateurt 6 ,,, per Cen hear natuye spea v.?), ou some.. by a ',:bus , , :
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operated J,: by :':, agencies sue 83 one, hovering by, e ing you w a sitrits ,may, beAwora,'4- Ite,s tvations ,
A..0., youth organ'
zations, ind ',. volun.
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,,. she is sayingthe 'supervisor's in. iiiay be. secured from tt. Col..-Rog;
' :', r-!!!'";71!;''rl!irrr!Irr.'1;'!:r-lr-,:--:-,',1 tery service groups' 20 per Cell; terpretation.',"..0 i''...t 1, :,.. ," ,er';''t. ttrs Fort Clayton. 2110, G ti Olt g e
:' (' 7' : ''. ' ' ' ' ':' '... 7 I :':.':;''''''''''''''''''''''''' ... ''''''''''''''':'-';:.'..et,'''::NA ,oriVa'te)y Owned; Iliper cent by -,:, ',
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iness !meeting ii, --', Sport L '' ..'....- :' ';'' s,. S'epaiSreiaiAaIdapYrObartreMtSh; ,reheSUSitafdt: 1,!WePet,.....
''' a'''rPr l'aVI4etd. in 114 cliartered,
'buses' nave an anchor in uhr'stf manse'
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Fort Gulick NCO Wives
Fierier Departing Membitr
Members and Liends of the Fort
Gulick NCO Wives Club Ittend Ittended
ed Ittended a farewell morning coffee in
honor o: Mrs. Clara Hallenbraugh
who is leaving the Isthmus. Hos.
tesses for the occasion were Mes..
dames Audrey Barsie, Rita Go Gomez,
mez, Gomez, Gilbert& Brown and EmilY
,Thomas. -
Attending the coffee were Ruth
Criss, Clara BlaSingtiMe, Kay KU KUlip,
lip, KUlip, Francis Gilbert, Terry Trask,
Betty Townsend, Viola Him. Ethel
Brown, Julia Flores, Mary Duffy,
,Francis Berger, Nora Perry, Flo
Henning. Louise Wilcox, May
Ozburn, Jane Patten, Ann Adams,
Daplmie Link, and Isabel Santos.
,
Fort' Gulick
Chapel Guild ''
- The Ft Gulick Chapel Guild held
their regular' monthly meeting re recently
cently recently at the Ft. Gulick Protest.
ant Chapel. The progra 1 was opn opned
ed opned by the vie-president Mrs. Mild Mild,
, Mild, red Jugram, with devotions and
spitirual songrf: Mrs. Ingram in introduced
troduced introduced the guest speaker for the
afternoon ldr. E. F. McClelland,
the executive secretary of the
Cristobal US0'.,'ItMCA. Mr., Mc McClellan
Clellan McClellan spoke on "World Services"

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Regrets Pubhcity- :
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, ,iiouxwoon (upy---:. marnyn 8
Scott, the stately divorcee W110 g
claims Dennis Crosby is the fa- f
ther of her 6-month.old daughter, (1
' said yesterday she regretted the 3
story ,had been made public' be. ;
' cause of what it might do to "my 1
'', baby's future." ", s
' "I'm sorry all this had to come f
' out,' she said, "particularly be. t
',, cause of the effect it might have I
on my ltabys", fUture." '4
' Dennis, 23 '. year '.''old son 'of 1
s, crooner Bing Crosby, was mar- t
Tied Sunday night at Las Vegas, 1
Nev.,' 'to showgirl Pat Sheehan, 28. I
He has declined 14) comment on I
: the statements regarding the 1
child, although ,indicating he may
have something to' say in a clay, 1
, or t. .-' ' I
' tira. Scott,',i'switchboard per. I
,, tor who came to this film'capi film'capi,
, film'capi, tal with the hope of an- acting 1
career, said she met Dennis Cros Crosby
by Crosby when he ,came to her table in I
a Sunset Strip restaurant in Jan Jan',
', Jan', vary of last year."' -'1"t 1- -1
-"Ile intrOduced-himself 'and we
'. weitt out togethet tititil-nometime
in Februity (1357)" said the tall
brunette, whose attorney, Leonard
WaterAsn, disclosed ,, yesterday
that she, had been,offered a con.
t4act by ma TV -studio." ,
. 'she said it, was shortly' after
this that, she learned ,, she ,:wat
pregnant.- ,, ,. .., 4 y
' i I
-, gi went to in "attorney," she
said. y"He took care of everything.
, "Dennis has never even seen the
baby." she continued. ,
tMrs. Scott, who lives with' her
- baby in a modern but unpreten unpretentious
tious unpretentious Hoilywood I apartment, said
she 110W 1$ looking for o job.
-)Mrs; Scott said she was receiv.
ing' monthly payments from the
Crosby ifamily for support of the
child and also claimed all medi
'cal bills had been taken care of
.1 by the same source. ; -
. ..: Regarding Dennis' marriage,
Mrs- Scott commented "I wish,
him luck." ' '''
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",THE,'Idabwomen of America
flays dons a tile job of beautify beautify,
, beautify, btg their eities..
; NOW, if ,they would just start a
, spruce-up, eampaign to beautify the
American housewife.
Oh-. she's" a living doll When
' she gets dressed up for 1 1 party party'
' party' (But she's often it living scars scarscrow
crow scarscrow when, you encounter her at
the eupirntarket orerrand-rtmrdng
' for- the family;

Tht, get-tips,she wears then
are vigorously defended by her
en 'the grounds of comfort and
lack of time. But' the real reason
she hits the neighborhood shopping
center in tight jeans or too short
short& hair in pin curls and her
- feet in flopny flats is lack of
pride, inl-ber appearance.
In 15 minutes she could 'I brush
her lair, slip into a clean dress
,.' and nut i neat pair of shoes on
her 4
4She couldif she thought it mat.
tered how she looks when she Is
being family chauffeur, errand
bov-and shopper-,
SO why don't the wome n's
elubt get started on tire project ef
- beautifying the American house housewife
wife housewife 'at work?
It's. a project that 'is long over overdue,,,
due,,, overdue,,, For the amount of money
that American women spend on
clothes, cosmetics; tri 'beauty se.'
ions and on reducing centers they
ought to look presentable 'all of
the time. 4 '
, But all too often last nil h t's
glamor girl or well-dressed worn
an la this morning's pin- --curled
scareerow
What's the use of making ours
a nation of tidv lome and neat
- lawns if we women are going to
snoit the meth, pictare by ne neglecting
glecting neglecting to make ourselves neat
and tidy and pretty, too?
Maybe the fashion industry eould
heln, out by 'creating a "new
look",for. housewives-on-thejob.
, fRequiem illass
'A requiem Mass beheld
""4'"'''''.saturdity' morning OAS
in Christ Church by the Sea, Co.
ion,' for the repose of the soul
of the late Sidney G. Anderson,
whe died on May 4, 1956.

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Mrs. Lois Pulliam. president, pre presided
sided presided over the regular business
part of the meeting,
The ladies welcomed two new
emebers, Mrs. Mary Jane Pearson
and Mrs. Lucy Gomez. Other mem
bers attending the meeting wre
Mesdames Alice Chaphie, Pat' IV r
ren, Louise Readspeth,, Dorothy
Roane, Pearl' Best, Clara Blasin.
game, Lola Birch,-Vivian Ralph
and Chaplain Maj. Carrol Chaphie.
Refreshments consisting of coffee
and cake were served by Lois Pul Pulliam
liam Pulliam and Pearl Best
,

Mrs. Carl Johnsen
Honored At Shower t",
, Mrs. Carl M. Johnson, Jr. was
honored guest at a morning coffee
and stork shower given at the AL
brook-Officers' Club on Saturday.
The Misses Mani Libert, Sally
Harrold and Margaret Stancook
were co-hostesies. Mrs. Johnson
is the former Miss Kathy Ryan.,

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BRUSSELS (UP). Gov. Bob,
ert B. lie3rner of New Jersey was
the guest of honor ,Wednesday at i
the New Jersey day celebration 1
at the U.S. Paviliono the Brus.,
sels World's Fair.
:It was the governor's' tult,,cd.
&la' visit to the fair although he
and hirs. MeYner toured the fair
grounds for five hours Monday be,
fore notifying 'worried Ametican
officials of their arrival in' Brus,
seis from AmsterdAm. A ,,--
The NeW Jersey tag Wes raised
to the honor mast pf,the tavilion
slongside the U.S. and Belgian
flags. The governor was escorted
to thesavilion balcony, by 18'U.S.
guities from New Jersev.
Guide Eugene &V. Dubois, ;Of
Plainfield: welcomed 'the governor
and Mrs. MeYner in, English;
Monique Abbinga, of Hawthorne,
spoke in French, and Robert
Denary, of Montclair; delivered
his welceme in Flemish.
& Ileyner.thsnked his welcomers
Ind then said:
"It may well be that the histot
ions of the future will look back
to, the Brussels 4'air of 1958 to
record that it was justified in its
, declaratimt of faith in man's abil
ity to, mold the 'atomic age A to
the ultimate advantage of all na nations
tions nations and peonle
, "Here we hsve adramatic ob,
ject lesson in human brotherhood
the lathering, of ,people of all
races,, color, and shades of belief
in Peace, goodwill. and friendly
rivalry

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' SHOREH .; BY THE -.SEA,
England ( P) Bush-bearded
Bill Wheal, oday tdistributed prop.
agenda leaflets he hopes will help
win Ms battle 'with the Sussex
County Council. He had resorted
earlier ,.to, a show. of force.
The council SaYS Wheat's 5.foot
11-inch garden wall is three, feet
too high and blocks the sea 'view
of his ,neighbors. It ordered MM
to trim it. He refused. "-, -'
, To back his stand Wheal 4e-1
eared war on the council, bought
Mat armored cars from a Scrap
dealer and ordered three Sher.
man tanks het hope" will, .arrive
today. .', -' ,' .. ,
In- the meantime he :opened' a
war of nerves and said he 'would
take the- war to the council by
distributing leaflets throughout
the area.. . '
'.- Informed sources said the coo cooell
ell cooell was so: upset at Wheal's re,
sistance -,. the first such it had
encountered that it has net yet
decided Sil, strategy, to cope
with it. .,;,-,. -

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WASHLNGTON UP) Sen.
Sen, Styles Bridges (R.N. H.)
said yesterday President Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's space program should be
overhauled to provide closer ties
with the military services and
insure adequate defense.
Bridges' statement put him at
odds with Sen. Clinton P. Ander
son (1:03'sl. M.), a fellow member
of the Senate Space Committee.
The group is scrutinizing the
President's plan to create a
special civilian agency to handle
space isploration projects-
Anderson told the Senate Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday the administration proposal,
as redrafted by lhe Budget
Bureau, would give defense of officials
ficials officials and representatives of pri
vate ,interests ,t90 much power
over S. space activities.
But Bridges, a ton member of
the Senate Armed Services Com Committee.
mittee. Committee. said the administration
hal "fallen over backwards" In
favor of civilidn control of snaee
progxams and nronoted too little
authority for the military.

Bridges' asked Donlad A.
Quarles, Deputy Secretary of De
fense, what -would happen if the
civilian space agency wanted four
Atlas missiles for its projects but
the Air Force thought the missiles
were needed tor ,
' Quarles said iEwould- be up to
the President to detide such dis
putes. said "space exploration
would depend 'verv heavily"), to,
military missiles "for some time
to' c mt.,"
Bridges complatnedj the Pile,.
dent ,sheuld have- 'some ,"flexi
bility" to meet individual eircum.
stances,-, .4
.',Ileantime,: the State. Depart.
ment's ,top legal advisor, Loftus
Becker, said this k country has
taken no Position so far on terri
teed claims to the moon or
nearby planets.
, Betker,.,who testified before the
Hous Since Committee, told
newsmen. afterward; the depart department
ment department had made no decision on
what It would do if Russia land.
ed on'the moon and staked out a
claim to it, ,

CUT 11RE PRICES
''ARTLN,I Oh o (Up)--Goodyear
Tire and Rubber Co. yesterdaY an.
nounced price, cuts ranging from
3 to 10 per cent on, three typesJd
lowered priced passenger tires
and bootted, prices ,21a per', cent
on four typet,'..of '',13.inch foreign
car. tires4-. 4

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WASHINGTON (UP) Federall
Highway Administrator Bertram
D. Tallamy said yesterday t h e
government has undertaken a vig
orous campaign to prevent scan scandals
dals scandals in construction of the multi
billion -dollar interstate highway
system.
Tallamy told the National Ingh.
way Users conference that roving
squads of investigators from the
Bureau of Roads are making soot
checks on possible trregularities
at regional offices tbroughout the
nation.

He made. the disclosure amid
speculation by ether !peat e r s
about the effect of the stepped-up
roadbuilding program on the re
cession. One executive of the hard
hit, auto industry predicted "un "unprecedented
precedented "unprecedented production," of 'motor
vehicles in the years ahead.
Tallaroy said the anti corrup corruption
tion corruption "watch dog" campaign was
undertaken after highway wan.
dais in Arizona, Indiana, Oregon
and Arkansas showed that some
officials "don't value integrity as
much as we would like."
"Nothing would ruin the inter inter'state
'state inter'state highway system quicker
than a disreord of integrity," he
said.
He said that three four min
investigative teams have been
"moving into regional offices like
bank examiners move into a bank
not because we suspect any.
thing but as a matter of routine".
He said two more Antch teams
would go, on' The road within a
month-
Tallamy assured the conference
that the federal state highway
system was "coming- along in
good share and on schedule." If
it is decided ',that more., public
works are needed to shore UP the
sagging economy, ,he said, the

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to use.
Other speakers differed on the
point. Rep. ,Hale Boggs (DIA.)
agreed that the highway program
was the only public works project
"well enough developed to be of
immediate benefit in providing
jobs and preventing the loss of
purchasing power."
But Stanley C. Hope, a member
of the board of governors of the
coVerence, said he was skeptical!
about the use of highway funds as
a means of fiehting the recession.'
Hope, president of ESSO Stan.,
dard Oil Co., ouestioned whether
the extra 800 million dollars COn.
cress recently voted for the pro.
oram will "really help get us out
of the recession."
Hope said the highway pro.
cram could not be turned on and
qff to create additional jobs when
needed.' He said the extra funds
would not have a maior imnaet
on the program until 1959 or
Ilter. By that time, he said,-the
business slump will be over.-

SHELL FISHING BOATS
TOKYO (UP)A Chinese Com.
mimist warship fired on and, cap
tured eight Japanese fishing boats
in the East China Sea about SO
miles east of nationalist held
Quemoy Island Tuesday night and
yesterday according to reports
reaching here. 'The reports were
reoeivett by the Shimonoseki fish
eries policy committe e. TheY
mule no mention, of damages or
casualties. ,
'" TOOL COST SLASHED
,,
'''' HOUSTON 41.111)Hughes Tool
Co. hat reduced prices 15 per
cent on rock bits used chiefly by
the oil drilling industry.

NEHRU PLANS VACATION

NEW DELHI, India UP)
Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru
will leave next sveek for a six..
week vacation in the mountains
of northwestern -India bordering
on Tibet., it was announced
yesterday. He will be tccom tccompanied
panied tccompanied to the Ku Ili Valley north
of Lahaul by his daughter and
two grandchildren. He is expected
to leave: about May 16, after a
Congress Party meeting.

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tired, nervous and dep d, try
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camel; Auorey D arbic, L-1,1 ba ,..1 SP --
ren,' Louise ,Headspeth Dorothy odds with Sen. Clinton P. Ander squads of investigators from the tint blames, u. itope, a memner
mez, Gilbert& Brown and Emily
1 Roane, Pearl Best, Clara Blasm son (1),31..,M.), a fellow member Bureau of Roads are making 'snot of the board of governors of the ' -- ' .- '- 4 , - ,- ..)
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Attending the coffee were Ruth game, Lola Birc.12,-Vivian Ralph of the Senate. Space Committee. ehecki On Possible irregularities coqference, said he was skepticall ,, ,.,-, :, ,,.' :., . 4. , ,-.
lain Maj. Carrot Cha hie. The ou is scrutinizin the at 're ional offices thr u h bout the use of hi hsva fu
and Chap . P gr p g g o g out the a g y nds as .-. .... ., ,, ;,-, ,- , .". . ., a
Criss, Clara Blasingame, Kay Kil Killip,
lip, Killip, Francis Gilbert, Terry Trask, Refreshments consisting ot.coffe.c President 8 Dian to ere a t e a nation. T, , -, .. a means of fighting the recession. , - -: s' -- ,.. ,,,''': -, .- . -s 2 ,- ,.. t 4,, ,..,
Betty Townsend, Viola Him, Ethel and cake were servedby Lots put- special .civilian agency to handle. , - ,- Hope, president of ESSO Stan. ' -- --, ' ,..
To Celebrate.. - .- '' '-- :- '' "-
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art Best. - space exPloration proiects. ,-, '--., He made' the disclosure amid dard Oil Co., ouestioned whether ; ''..- ,,,,, : r ., .",-- ';-, ,' .-. ,
Brown, Julia Flores, Mary Duffy, fiam aO,Pc
Anderson told the Senate Tues. speculation by ether s p e alt e r s the extra 800 million dollars Con,. ''. -,:i' 4' ,i ,, N ,t' ,t, ,
,
Francis Berger, Nora Perry; Flo '- , -, .::
Henning, Louise,. Wilcox, may 'Mrs. Carl Johnson ., ,, s day the administration proposal, about the effect of the steppedup cress recently voted for the pro- ., -, '.' ., - .' -., :, -,',.- ,, ,,, ... , - .7 .; ,' .., . ,-. . --"" '
hewer , .,
Ozburn, Jane Patten, Ann Adams, Honored At S as redrafted' by lhe B u d g e t roadbuilding program on the re gram will "really help get us out , . Th
, . , ... e Opening of the New . '-' - '
Daplmie Link, -and Isabel Santos. Mrs. Carl M. Johnson, Jr.' WaS Bureau, would gIVA defense of.. cession. One executive of the hard of the recession." . s, ... ,. , 2. .. ,, : ; ,, :-...i
, honored guest at a morning coffee ficials and representatives of Ind hit, auto industry predicted "un- Hope 'said the highway pro. ' -' ' -. ,- ' - '' ' .4' ''''- ' ' -' '' ': '''
Fort' Gulick t -,,-- and stork shower given at the AL vete ,Interests ,too 'much power precedented production" of 'motor cram could not -be turned on and ,',
' .' ' ' CFA ' ' ''''' "--- -r'-'
Chapel Guild '' ::-.'' .' brook-Officers' Club on Saturday. .
,
over 'U. S. space activities. vehicles ,in the years ahead.. tiff to create additional jobs whe
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The Ft Giilick',Chapel Guild held The Misses Mar .Libert, '- Sa sl'i But Bridges, a too member of Tallaroy sailfthe anti .. corrup- needed.' He said the extra funds : i 1 '....... ,..,'' , ,S,',1,1', ,
their regular monthly meeting re. Harrold and Margaret Stancoo the Senate Armed Services Com. tion "watch dog" campaign was would not have a mator imnaet -, ", ,. t 1 .., .-.'' , :-: '''''' --, - r '''' '' ; .. ' '' '''' '' 1
cently at the Ft. Gulick Protest. were co-hostesies. Mrs. Johnson mittee. said the .' administration undertaken after highway. twin. On. -the program until 1959 or ' 6i' '1' .' i -'' ' Friday-- May' 9th -''''' ' ' ' '. ' '''' '''1''' .'
ant Chapel. The proga 1 was opn- is the former !digs Kathy Ryan., hact,
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"faflen over backwards" .in dais in Arizona, Indiana, 'Oregon ',der. By that time, he said, -the ' ,- -' :-' '. t ''-'' ',. ,-,,. ,- ,,,, - ,- ,
ed by the vie-president Mrs. Mild- ',, , , favor.of eivindll control of space and Arkansas showed that some husiness slump will be over.-
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red ,Jegram, with devotiou and It proexams, and istonosed too little officials "don't value Integrity as ' 3 i. ; '.'" '' :,
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.pitirual song:. Mrs. Ingram in. U., ., ...- ,, -': authority, for the military.- ,,, much as we would like." -, '' SHELL FISHING BOATS' '' -' ; ',,' z ' -- ' ''
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troduced the guest speaker for the , - ,. ., , s -; e. '", ,,, -.. -, , ",,, .. ,- ,, "Nothing would ruin the inter. ' ' .-", - ,, ; ,-1. '. .. 1 .- ..,,, ,,.. -' ', --, '', ,, .- ,' A L :' ': '
afternoon -Mr. E....F.. McClelland, ta. B r i d g e s,' asked Donlad -' A. state highway system. q u i c k e r ''' TOKYO (UP)-A Chinese com ,. '-;.:..'s,,'. ' 2- !-- -' ': ,;-2; ' 't ., -.. WAll : ,,'.. ''....-: .r. ". .' .. ' .- .-- '' .,
. the executive secretary of the U I 01 Itenor
Lies Quarles, Deputy Secretary of De thon a disregard of lotegrity,"he munist warship fired on and, cap. c' - '': ' '. '''' '' '''' '''' 1 '' ''' ' -'' '. ''' .; ,,,,
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Cristobal US0',.'YMCA. Mr., Mc- . ,',,,, .', ., -' .". fense, what -would happen if the said. -- ,i., :7- '' '', '' tured eight japanese fishing boats ' ''- '. .'''' "'''' . ''.. : GIVE AWAY '''' '' '- '' ".'. '
Clellan spoke on "World Services", I
nt Bm' ssels Fair-
!, civilian space agency wanted four He said that three four ". min in the East Chino Sea about Kt -.- .7...51'. '':,, :. ...: --.'''.. :- i' '-' , ,, r... .',. 1. '- :
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2--,.' ,.,. Atlas Missiles for its Proiectr but investigative-, teams have' 'been miles, east, of nationalist ;., held -' '' '''''''' a. -1" '' '',,' ,,, .. i' -' -, -,' -,,,',3 ',.. '',.,, - ;' f ' ' ': '' f
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)( -.' Gov. Bob; Wereneeded. tor :defense;.-,- -.,,, bank examMets moveinto a bank Yesterday according to', reports ,.,... s. ,1 ,,,I,C.1 liVerY cneor .the 'first. 20 custornere-w,ho On Friday, "... : ... i
'''', rt B lge3,ner of New Jersey was Quarles sard it,would- be up to -not because ,, we suspect any. reaching here.- 'The reports were - ,,.( -,,, -. ,- May 9th 'will,buy godds for $10.00 or more : L .;'. .'''' 44 t; ., '.
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i .,,,,,,,,,..),, 'the guest of honer,Wednesday ,at the President to detide such dis thing but as a matter of routine", received. by Abe Shimonoseki fish. ', 72 ... -.- .'. -, !.- ;, - s' ,,; ,,,: ,f ,,,,s ,,x, --,' ,, s '. -'''' '''''' '. ',-- - ?
' rOS re C ,-1. the New Jersey day celebration PuteS. He said 'since esPloration He said two more such teams eries policy c o m in i t t st e. They -4...'14. ,,, '' ; '.i- s -41 ,t, r N ,:l '' :''
' ' 161,... ,-- 7,,' at the U.S. Paviliono I the Brus., ri!id depend ':! very heavily'', 4,1 would go on' the road within a made no.. mention, of. damages or ...- ''.''')' '), '.',-- '' i''- '- ,;.' ', -4 :u.NETREE.TI ,-, ,:, ,. .-,- ,,, .!; .,
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tit, ut - sets' World's Fair. 2.7 ,4-:,-- ', ;. ,military missiles "for some time trInoth- 2. ' -
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' 3 IS Pe, ithys t, It was the governor's' tult,,ef. to' t my,31 ....g,,: --. ',-,; i-;',-,,',,,,' -- -,, Tallamy assume the conference :
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' k ': Mal visit to the-fair although he Bridges i-comtilahled the. Prest. that the, federal state highwaV ;,.' ,-. T0C)L COST SLASHED -, i- ; ; -: '' '-': ., !' ; .'' '.- l'. ' ' ' ''
, ' ' nd Mrs IleYner toured the fair dent .- should ,, have, 'some "text. system was. "coming- along in ''''' ', ;' '..,'-.', : : ''' -- ,, -- ,',. A -.'" .',"' -,- '' '' -' '
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fi h Monde be, bility"Ao meet individual good share end on schedule." If '' HOUSTON -(UP)-Hughes 'Poi ', ", ''''', ...."' -. ' - '',' GALA OPENINO ,, .. ,.'.- : ... . ,.
. Scott, the stately, divorcee who grounds for Ye our.s s ,,,A I
't n stances.-4, .',4 ,k- ,,(4',$,-ei,re,,um.:t: it is decided-';that more bile Co.- hat- reduced -prices 5 ' ''' ''' -. ' ' '''' ""1'1"""11'1'''' '': "r'' '' '. .. '
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, claims Dennis Croaby is the fa- fori notiVint "Met'. r,ne.r.1 a -, m - "th" '' ' k d d to h Pu
ther of her 6,month-old daughter, m brim- eanume e State- De art. wor s are nee e s ore up the tent on rock, bits used chiefly by -- --, .;- -,.. ---, :' -, - ', ?,' - .... -, -. . , .- .... -,
officials of their- arrival .,, .s s t s, p
' saieyesterday she regretted the selq from Amsterdsm. - ment's op legal Adviser Loftus saggffig economy, e sa t. e e oi 'we
b id h th 'I II drill' Ind ''
ng ustry.
''' '-' 'd B ke ' 'd th' ' ' ' ''' - ' ' ' ' '
, 'rhe Nest Jersey tag Wes raise ec r, sal is country .,, has ., ,,, : .. , ,:- -, ..: .. -s. ? ...,-,,-'; '''. -. .:.,.-, (WHITS CANE 'CAMPAIGN); :,, - -,-. ., ,",,,-,,', -,', ,,
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cause of what it might do to "my to the honor mast of,the nay
ilion taken no position so far o t I
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, - slongside' ,the US.- and; Belgian oria -claims ,to the moon or
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., baby's future: ,,,. ..-
' "I'm sorry all this had te come nearby' planets , '. m ' .. ''' '. . ' :. ' '' ' ' '
flags. The,. governor was, escorted ,, . . ,, .. : ... .,., ,,,, .., , , ,,,, ... :.,... ,... ,-,..,, ..
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' out,:,),": she said, "particularly be. to t .Pa
he vihon balcony, by :16' U.S. Beekeri-who testified 'before the -' ''' , ,,, ,,-i '''' '
',. ..., ,,, ,,., .' ,l, ., The first 25 'customers buying $10.00 more on Saturday '' ''
',, cause of the. effect it might have gutcles from New,,,lersev." '.7 i H o u s a ,t--Snace Committee, told .' - jtaw ,a 12',,,
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,', on my ,liabys",, future." 'Guide Eugene -, V. Dubois, of newsmen, .afterward ; the depart- .. ,. .. .
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'' Dennis, 23 '-'.,year old ion ''ot Plainfield: welcomed.the governor ment had,made no decision on ,., :.'.... .".- .i ., -, -.; .:'' - .t i '- '' : -... : -' .. !. -, .i, '' ,.' t,',, '., ,,,; .: 7 ..- ; ---T..q, ' z4
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crooner Bing CrosnYg was mar. and Mrs. MeYner in, Englishz w ould do if Russia land; . - .. .. ; .: .,,, ,, ,' ..-... ., .. ,.. .,,,. ,. ,. , .,..,
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Tied Sunday night at Las Vegas, Monique Abbinga, of Hawthorne, ed on'the moon .and ataked out a i....- .. ...
' Nev,' to showgirl Pat :Sheehan, 26. spoke in. French, and ,Robert C.' dent" to it-, -.,, ......',-, ',,' , ,. .. ... ,. ,, -, .,- .... --
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He' has declined. In comment on Denary, : of Mentelair,' delivered .;. .., , ; : .,,.. : .:, : :' .' '..! 4 -...., e. ,, 2' -,.-''' '', -: '.. :..', '' ' 1 '''' . 'I'', f ' ' ; .To be Jusedon that day, ,,
: the statements regarding -, t h e his welcome in Flemish. ', :- ., .- -- -s-,.. , ; , .-- . ., -.- .. ,, ,, 1 .,. .. A. !.-'.. f.',2:'' :',' ','. 1.,' : I ..; ', . i ',. k .'
f child, although indicating he may' -11eyner, thanked his welcomers, CUT' TIRE PRICES . ..I ..., , : .,,,, . - ,, ,,..,.., - '. -. ,
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have something ,to say in a', day, and then said: , ,,, -' ,, -. ,,',., :,,, T, ,. P.. 'p ...
"'It may well he' that the histor. .' AERON, Ohio' (1,11)).-GoOdyear i .i, '' -,' . -', .. k, ',' ,' , (t , .,. -,-. .; .- ',.. ., , .. - , , '. i .
': hire. Siottj'iwitchboardOpe' r. lens of: the ,future Will look beck Tire and Rubber Co.. yesterday an. ,,,,,
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, .' star 'who cante to this film'capL to, the fBrussels,'?Fair, of 1958 to nounced price,'cuts ranging from - 'f ,' '.' ''':"; '','4,' '' ' -:''' --' 1 rtif3,
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.-tal, with the hope of an- acting' record Ahat it was justified in, its 3- to 10 per' cent on three types,of ,410, p.. u ell :, '. l ''
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career, said she met Dennis Pros.' declars,timi of faith, le
man,s abil,, lowered ', priced passenger. tires 5..st a lin
' by when he ,came to her- table in ity, to, mold ',the. 'atomic., age to and bootte& prices ,.212 per', cent tot 46) ; ,: '
a Sunset Strip restaurant inJan. the ultimate advantage -of all mt.., on four...types.' of.1.3.incn foreign ',-....,f'..f 4.. :'. ; '..,..." .,'"'.""..; f'.,.' ': ';': 4; li. ''
14 '1'4 ''1" 4' tions and eon t.,. ,, .,,c:, ,-, -,,,,,,,, car tiresr,-. .,C, '.,-,, ,. , .,,, !...: !,.. ...,.:.,f , -, ;...!-;.'". ' ''; --; ',- '.-k- -- : l',. ... .., ''', ''''.. .' -:. 1 ''.. ..n ''''..,.'' r111' ;'. '" 0 ' '' ; -- 4 ., '.
' nary' of last year.' p e., ,, 7f, ,- .,'1, .4-", ..',4s li .f0.', -,' ,... 1 4 .' s''.":".:'' 1
'' Ile 'Introduce himself 'and e Here we hey& a; dramatic ob, ..''., ,-,-, ,,,i,, , ,,,, :-i,'; .1i.,.;. ,',,,:.,' '', '..- -: '-.. '!..,-".' s
' --"..1""""--.' I ''' ' '.1 .1-'' .' ewellers1,:.ii,;,,,,, v.:',,-.:,.,.,:-,,
-'. went out-together 'hail-sometime lect lesson, in, human, brotherhood r !i 4, ,,' -;1P ; it:- ;;.': '.,- ',. ..'- ,.... ,, ''''' ' :;- '..- -' :. i '. ',' t'"' '' '' ' ." '1 ''.. 1 '
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in Febrility (1157)" said the tall ...the lathering,, of ,,people of all I ,',. ,', ',
, ,4f1..!)',-, Iv, .' -' f. .',. ' '' .-, 1' - ',Ir. .' ' '' ', .. ,' .4! !!. N'. d'-'. .k., ' en ra ',env ',0-''' I ,t' ., ,- ''
,. brimette, whose attorney, Leonard raceso color, and shades.of belief I '''F-es'r'.''Ille ''hnest "; Th ''.1 li . '''t -''''''' -' ,:" 1 '''' "' ''' .s." ''. '. '. ',.:,'-,'-,:--- ---,', -' ' ' ,- - i "' - ..,, .'
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Water,man, disclosed ,-., yesterday in2 Peace, goodwill. and 'friendly t ,',.,:.-. -1,. ,i..,; , ,, 1 e ra ns ave ., ,-,, ,,.''". tr, ,-,,,, ., -1 .., 'A '',-.... ,- '';'-'''' - --, f . ' - '' ' .4- g"V ' '''' ''''.' m -4' --.. 1
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.' tttati she, had been-offered a con.. rivalry2,,t .,,..,,.. ,,.,...'..,v. ,,.i..,,...,,,.,, : '-; '.-., "''.1., ,..'; ,'..; ..ga, i",,,'4.. ti --,, 11'4,it lAd: th, .,,, a .14. id .-ic :',q' 4,-- s'-'13',---- '.' 4.. --,.........
- tract by ma I'v -studio.", ,,,..,: ,. i ..." '' .', ' ,
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:she said it- was, shortli 'atter 0' al ( ill ''', '' : '.',''.: .. ',,.,.., '-, '...,i ....,,--,;,- .,- ,-. 1 and the rainy season clouds make wenderful ., IMP
: this that, she learned', she at ,i
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, ."I went toin ,attorney7- she liar 01 I''ivess --:"-' '.. ': -1 ''' -4 '''' '' .- '.. ''. '''''' ...; '''''.. ' '''''''s ' ' ''' ';--- '' '''-'...... '''.....' .....''''''''' '' .. ....':-.. '.. ' .'
. said;',4111e took care of everything. tie r ,i .1,', -;$ ,,. e ,.. .... : It 8 easy ,to,, take and show color shdes with .' ".,'. et,fetg ,,t ,."- t; ' ' t'.:
, "Dennis has never, even aeen the
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-- miniature ,-- equipnlen .an., guile -' -, - t.--1' I Pr' '''' ru" co,
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baby," she continued. ,,, .'
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' !Mrs. Scott,: who' lives with' .er '.' ', -2 S ' 't t da ' "; ' ' ... '' ''' ,, -.' -'1'- ' 44' 4I' '' '
inexpensive. ee 1 o y. ' -e, N01A '' 1 r
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tious -Hollywood 'apartment, said -',SHOREH ' '
. BY THE .'SEA, ',, :: ,. -. ;...' r 1 1
she now is looking for a job. England. ( P);'-, Bush-bearded '.. ,:- I osta.:' , ,. ,.',.....,-..- . 0-- As-din
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4 Mrs. Scott said she will receiv- Bill Wheal, oday tdistributed prop. ..,;' ...'. .4 ''...,-;',' ,, i ,-
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, ing.,monthly payments from the agenda leaflets ,hoi hopes will belp -,,,''.'-:,,Ar ' ''': . -'' , ., .,
Crosby ',family, for support of the Win 'Ms battle' with the Sussex '..-;!''-.. -.0 .
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child and also claimed ell medi- P011 niY Council. -He had :resorted ,. ,.;,:-.....;. ".., ,....:-. : ,. -.. --..- .L. ' : ''' ' ' ' '' ''''' r ''' '''- '' ''''' ''
'cal bills bad been taken care of earlier ,.to, a show. of force., .;4-, ; '. (; '. '','''...- ', .- ' PANAMA ' ; e,. ', ,, i'.' -,' COLON ,,. ' ''''''t : '''''''' '''''' '-' '' 'i
-... by thei same source. ;;. ..-, -.,,,,,,..... The council, ;NW& Wheat's S-foot ,.,', ,,', ,--- .; , , i.. .0 : . -.-- --F.'' ,. -.--. ''' -,....' '. .. ,..., ,, 1 -';' 1,1 ai
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.. .' ..: Regarding 4 Dennis' .. marriage,' 11-inch garden wall is three, feet e-''.' accarat 7, ..-, .,',. '- ''' -0--.t. I, ,; -,,,,.,' ,.... i, ,,:: t'.!,.: .:. :,.. 'F',''..:. .,.. i I 4. .". a U L3 1 -Hem
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. Mrs.' Scott commented "I: wish, too' high., and blocks the sea 'View ;.';';,' .- s.: i ,.! ... ,- -; .....o..., ... .. ,., . .. I t, C :, III ti age in 4 111 liba
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himluck." '.. --, '. ": : of his neighbors. It ordered him i s ': '4' '''' ''.; -,''' -' ''' '''"'""'-'4I''' '," '"w""'"-. -- '',. '"''''' '..'''' ' '" ''''''' '''" --4"-- '" 1"' '''''''''''''!.:"'" s'' '' '' .:''''': '- '"''''' '' ''''' '- '''' ' '' '': .' ; ' ' ''
''' t .1-1 : ' ' .. ''''.:" to trim .it. He refused. '.' ',.',,,, l .,,-; ,-...,.' ,L. ,' ..,i'''' '
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',' '''' '.To back his stand Wheal 'de-. .,.. -;,:':' titan , -'"----"- ''' '' .' .. '- ''' '. 111111 ULII. 1 ElEilEl 11 1 I list I - ..'
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k th,i 11 i ., t are war on the council, bought ,,':. :;.,,.'..i ," ''.- '' "'','' ''' -' ''' .. 7- l' '; ; ''.' 't '' "" 'T ' '. 1111 lib la ..,,, .7.-: disih.odo
., ; li.l. 5 i ft a Y 5"f flint ,armored cars from a crap '' 4 ' '7 -' ' '' ' .' '' -' -', .'ttl 1, i. ''. A .7.. ., .. -
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... ... .. ...,, . , man lankly. lie hopet:will, arrive '; ;
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' ,,TH.V.Adubvtomen ..at Amitica '' ' ''-' ' -' v -- -; ,.';. -.- l' '. :, - .' ', , - ..:i ''
, luive done a ens job of beautif 'In, the, meantime be opened, a .., ,r;C -- t ''''' 2 '- PS
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3'. war of nerves and said -he 1
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ant ert . .. It) '''.,-"-
Ira their tities.. ',- .... ' 't k - war- tO th
a e the e council by ...- .., .- -.. ,.. .:... : ,e,, .,.
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' ' woall yay.fit.tala St;atattlySS ISIS:wwis, r,li
' ;Now, it they ld jugt t rt
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distributing leafletir throughout -- ''' 7 1. ''''''. ' '' ,,,
, ertute-up,eampaign to beautify the the 'area -,' - "- ' e f .- ,,
. AmeriCan housewife. ,- ,, ..' i-.'Inform'ect. ao. . ',I. 2 ' ', ,. , ,..
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will Ito it H. 4,b :
urcee, sal the coo- .,,,...... 1 S '''''. : Hrt,),..4. ,, .,
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011,, she'r a living doll ::Whett ell, was so: upset at Wheal's re, ..- k
- she -gets dressed up for a i'party. sistance -. the first such it b d 11
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ing scare. encountered -'that it h t t PANAmA
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crow when, you encounter her t d 'd d
a eel e on,. strategy, to cope ', ', I '' ' ' -' .' . ',, ,
,. the supermarket ererrand.rimning with. it, ''', -,.- -----'-""'''-"------ ' '' ''' .'''. '''' . : ... - ..'' , ,I .,,.' ) '-'''
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' for-the family; --, '..--,- - '.- .- "- '''- ' ' ''',..-2- ''
, .,,,, ..,,,, , .- ,: .... .., .. ..,., ,,-,.., ,,, ., , .. ; .. .'n;.! .-','.- : .. our. g gets as muchsatis. ',', 1
,..Tht, get-iips,,,the wears -t h e n ., , .., .. r. '' 'faction from Ken-L-Ration' - zL.s. ( J ,,.:, Shown le the Basic Toodonitis
. are vigorously defended by her ':,-, --..,. ...,- - ,. plus mixer, with the first ele64'
- oti lhe .. simile of comfort and ''''(.0'' ''''ii''''A'''' 'T ' . ,.,;r'' ,,,, ,,,.'. as you do. from. your,own -- '
-,...,. , ',. triacAN OPENER. the Sneak. t
, lack of time. But- the real reason : ,,.:, :Pr: .,"'I' '- -., meal. This thrifty ood gives :
, , ,,. .auxcit Made., with. two, large''',, .,
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. she hits the'neighborhood shopping . os, ....,
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, -. .....otairdest steel ''heaters 'which.: ''
. tenter in tight jeans or too short : ....,..,J,..........m..., 1 0 O I .- '. hini tender juicy lean horse ' t
, atop sutomatically Afthen'beat,
short& hair Janie curls 'and her '-' : t ': te-''.311.4.-sr' 4.0, -,e- . ..9',,,.., t .. meat that s mspected by the
- or arm Is raisedOda port,
. feet flopPyl flats is lack",.-of' ""- -' nye, elhninates hattor-spat- 1, :
, ..., pride inober appearance. -, ::' ,,e'S )11-' ' ' 1 ''''' l''''''''''116 ''' : ;:.., .- .. r t ..,:,. UAL, Government to guar.,- ,., i,
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. In 15 minutes she could '' brush ,. ., ......,. 1 ,,,,, anteeviality.Ke,n-lettation ".
- tor powerful ,,- feet -, action ',.
. BLENDER with, stainiess steel '.' ;
. '-. her, hair, slip into a clean dress ' --'" s -4.- ,..
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. 1 : is hearty, flavOdul and a - ',cutters in bottom of graduato;. .',
,. and put i neat pair ,of shoes on ..- si - .,) t
- - - 1 I 1 i - . -, , ", .' ed glass jar;',, knd grinding ;
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her ,feet,,,,, .-.. t,, ..,,-, ---- ,,,,li .- ,...--,0,;4,.1.,.. 2.-.....:-.- t, wet, ti!,' -- complete,,well-balanceA '
i , .- -. wheel type KNIFE SHAPE,
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'2'.'he''''.coiild- 1 if sire thMight it Mat. L.
, ' r ,a,., ,,: food. It contains every pro. .. .-
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.. when not in use. Strong, pow... ,. .
. tered bow she looks when she 'Is '," ii, ''' ...,,,c ';' .4 ..,cn ., ':.,.' -;"' '. ....,..00112....,... Sean, ',. vitamin ,anct"mineral ,-., ';
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. .., being family chauffeur, errand '' '''' '. ''''' '45' l'' ... 's .' .."..41:;:;;1"..P. '6. ' '' ''' ' ' ''' '. ' ''' '''' .,...0,
1 dui mEAT Gilliam& ot 'sit,-
boY.,and shopper-, ...,,-,..,-,. .. '.
, -6' s, , ek, i,"...i , g ---.-1- .,;,,,,,04 your dog needs to, stay ,',.', .. ,i, : ', ...-,.. utile SALADblAKER may. be' ...
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.. SO why don't the women's ,- .....,.k I, :, ,,,,,,rA''' , e thy.Get Kett-taatioo 1, : '
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. flubt get started ocartire project 'of ''''' ''' .,,,,..,,,I we"- -,
, . .... ,,, . in addition to.' the 'Mine : -,
- beautifying the American house e .. $ Y
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' Wife Itt work? -. -. . ,.;,"7- ... ,,,,.- 1. ,.. ', ; .,e' ,,,,..,,,,,..!,,,..
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,. Its, a project that 'is long over. .i;e'''''-'-'1,,,;i'l44,,;,,,,,,104. --",,,,,,A:''. :- -;,4 I' ii.'-'1 '''' -''''''' ' '' ".:''''I'''' ''''' ' ':' :''''' '''' ''' ' ''' '''''' l''-'''''' ''''' ': '''' ;''''' 'I' :." '''''' '' ''' ''''''' ''''' ' ''''
due., For the amount of money if ,,.::,...,...e .44z4, id,3. 4g, ,- ---- .., 0. , 1 . .. : . . , .,
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...i neatly-tying Ina American house' I :,,-4:01"r"-'1'.....1 4:41?' ,. j ,:: .' '. ..' 0.;:;:::.:V -.' ::4 ; .:.: 1. ,' ,.:, ..: '-: -:i ?. ',., : -: :, '- .., .7 :
- : Wife. 'at work?,' ::0:-: -,. - :::. 1.:.:7,- ,,,-, 1. ,...,:. ,;,,,C -,4,.. ';.,:-:...i:4-
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..: lea. a project.that 'is long over- .., ill:."-''''- -.1t.,.i..-f;'''.44'-:,;',...,:;,;,14,4t. t',,,:.;;;,4,'''''' l'.-e-t '.; t'r4 ..' .:''''' ''' :::'. '' ': '''. 4.:' .:' '' .'. '''' ..- -' :.' r' '''' h ; 'I' '''' '' '' I.. '
due, For the amount of money
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that !American women- spend, on ,..: 4-1,,p,e fa, .4941 '. , ::.,:: :
: clothes cosmetics tri 'beauty sm..: :".--: : :: -,, --. ., :. -. - '. .11' ..--."tk '. ,. : ' 1 '' : -:: :'':' :

- ions and on reducing centers they .- :'
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, ought tolook:presentibIO 'all of' l.' I ... LA ": ecaly...-FI:g ts ', 'i ::': i';- -:::' '': :'-:''.6. iih' ' ''..' ''
the.ome. ,. , . - -- -:?: : -- -0 .,. n u trig ,.. i.'.-
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,.... ,,,,t. all, too often last n i gh t's --''' t .' ''. .. 7 '.' 'ONLY NON STOP --' -'' '' ' '' -' 7::'''';": Atf'---:
..- : glatylot Oil -or well-dressed worn : --:!..-::;., -,1., ... . .. 1,... 7 -' .: '7: : ,' :::,':::','J ::,::, .-''.. !. .,- ,: ; .!
' ''...- '. .': r :::: ir )..::::4;'':: i..t:t : a'..' ..econom Ica i s
an' j this, inorning's .pin, turted rI ' '' -' ,,. :. i ,1 , : , ,. ..- .. ,.,...:?
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..., : What's the use. Of ; making burs '''..' .' '; .., oilste alto n ervtca ?::ro-qii .... -A. i A.,::::::..:: :.'.:;:::,::::::::.:.;:,:.. :. ; -:-. ,-;.7: i- .' ..;:: :. ,,:
...., a' nation Sof tidlorne -and' heat' ',7".r.. .',,'1' '. ':', .- ;-, ','::, -, '', -- ,' ,',,,,., '', : ,,,;- ,', ',, f,.,,,.. .,.',:;',.'-.,' -,',:,.. 1 ; '. .:.,."..:.:':':.:.!;-.:::,11,:i e .::,:i.;:::;:,:.::.::a.:,,:i::.. :! .. : ,. ,..,. ..., ,, ....
lawns ..-.11. wt -women are, going, to ...'9.- .; ''... ,:'.:. rA 'rl r-1T-t' P7 rl ',---1.,e--- '-'-' : I

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' clubt get started on tire project 'of '''''''' ''' ' 41 err- :
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, beautifyink the American house- t .4444.610tof'''4 11"""'''' 41?' 4 '''''"-"A
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: ICS. a project- that 'is long over- ''' ii...' lt:'-fli''' 'dti Pe, r-4',44,44, -' ''' A: ', ' ''' '' : n ,, 10 3 ., : : , l. .
due., For the amount of money , ; ,,,1. .44.:.40. -dr.'''. ''''''' I ;''' ," ' '
' ---- '.".--bilitt,t't ;'. 1 '' ''. '''';' ri g c3 0 L., alit t ,
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that 'American 'women spend on ',., ,-N.,...'40'''','-' -1,,'. - .,---f. , -. 1: ' i : .,.i: , at,
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clothes, cosmetics.' tri 'beauty sa-: :. . ' '. t-- '''.: ' 1 ..i. '.. -,,', ". -. ..... -,, ", '.. ,:,." 2; ... ', ;. -- '.7 , 4:,
ions and on reducing centers they ;., 2, tint,i1;, q,; lit 1
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' ' FIRST MATE, FIRST LOVE--From:'the time Ili was a littfe boy in cberieston, wNa., Clark , held in his honor artne Office of - ;i..... :.'.;....:,, .... .. ''''.:',.:::;'.-.:..t;:.:-....'-:.-:.'-,:'.:'-''' -.............:-...'''' -;:,..':',..:i:-:'-''''.::.;.'',:;.:'.: ,.,-:-. .:. s- '',
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. ' Hawley dreamed of playing the calliope, the musical trademark of inland waterways steamers. .. the Engineer at Fort Clayton-Der. ..- ...p .- ".""':,.. ;.'';',..,-'...:::t.......:..: : ...--......:''''.-:.'it'...-.:.-.::-:...:.:-......t...::-.,..: '.:: .:.:"::.....-.....:........--: ..........--.
- -' He'd sit for hours on the landing arid listen to the oom-pahppah of the "callypope" floating from ling entered government service
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. tunes as "Cruising Down the River,l' anl "Alexander's Ragtime Band." In 1953 he jumped at al Company; Be remained with the ' --......,-;'''..,:'''.- ,:---f:".:::::-..,::,::1.i..,:...:......t...-.-...;:;.:....:',.:.:-....:..,...,: ::.:-.'-',....:: :,..:': .,..i...,.1. .:....:::':',..::::::-.....::::::....-:i:.:,,,:.....:.-:.:',:i......:-.,' :.
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FIRST MATE, FIRST LOVEFrom the time he was a little boy in Charleston, W.Va., Clark
Hawley dreamed of playing the calliope, the musical trademark of inland waterways steamers.
He'd sit for hours on the landing and listen to the oom-pah-pah of the "cally-ope" floating from
, the decks of the Avalon and Majestic which stopped in Charleston each summer. At night
he ivould practice on the family parlor organ, imitating the style of the calliope player on such
tunes as "Cruising Down the River," and "Alexander's Ragtime Band." In 1953 he jumped at
an invitation to take an Ohio River cruise on the Avalon. -But for "cally-ope" lover Clark it
was a sad day.- No music. No crew member could play the calliope: Clark volunteered and A
from that day on he has -spent every excursion season aboard the Avalon.: Now at 22 he is
believed to be the youngest first mate on the Mihissippi River system. Although his new duties
keep him quite busy, he still manages (above) to find time occasionally to beat out a tune on
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c' an invitation to take an Ohio River cruise on the AValom -but lor "Fally-ope" lOver Laaric it I company untli AUL 5, 1935. Ort : i :::

was a sad day,. No music, No crew member could play the calliope. : Clark -volunteered and A May 1939 he re.entered govern, :
. from that day on he has -spent every excurion 'season aboard the Avalon:: !low at 22 he is ment service as a eurvev Man with -2,
IJ believed. to be the youngest first mate on the MihisaipPi River sYsterm Althotlah his new duties ,:. the Engineer Section, 133.,,,Army. :i::i:!;,i:' ,,::,:,, ,,
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l' believed- to be the youngest first mate on the Migsissippi River system. Although his new duties ,.,..... the Engineer Section,' U.S.',ArMY ,.:, 7,::::,::'.:::,:,Mr::g!tHi,: '::!'":E:',::: :t:',,' thffl.::'-':.'''!.:':,'.:':,:i.',!:,:',::::,:''..-"::t ,,,, ,
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COMMENDATION RIBBON Crowning the completion of 25
months of outstanding service as aide to Brig. Gen. Louis V.
Hightower, Lt. Rithard C. Baughman this week was awarded
the Army Commendation Ribbon by Headquarters Caribbean
Command. Baughman received- the : medal from- Hightower
during sk brier ceremony in which his service as the general's
aide was cited as "a ditplay. of 'exceptionalproressional OM-
petence which gained for hirn the complete confidence of the
General end the respect of al governmental, diplomatic and
military leaden' with whom, he dealt." Baughman, who tom tompletes
pletes tompletes his tour Of duty in the Canal Zone tomorrow, .itt re-
turning to the linited States for asignment to the 1011t Air Air'.
'. Air'. borneRivial0n at Fort, Campbell, Kt, in June.

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General and the respect et au governmental, ,unploiliciile fait& 'Starting salary for eseh of these hooligans who began to tnsult
military leader with whom, he dealt." Baughman, who corn- jobs is $5-,656 annually,
her. Having thought ahout it he A,,f
plttes his tour et duty in the Canal Zone tomorrow, .itt
repliedl would pray for God to :

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AIRLINES RECEIVES SPECIAL SAFETY AWARD --- ,Andrew
B., Shea, (right), president of Panagra (Pan American-Grace
Airways) is shown reteiving the Inter- American Safety Conn ConnSpecial
Special ConnSpecial Award for its long record of safe operations: Mak Making
ing Making the Tresentation is W. T. Roger the Council's managing
director. The airline hae !WWII a record 'total of 1,817.642.000
passenger,miles during the past fourteen years. Advt.

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; AIRLINES RECEIVES SPECIAL SAFETY AWARD Andrew I Foakey, Tonni Sue and Rima Sue 111"re than' a 7yeae with the Neve al' InF
'York Central Railroad ,to make ot:ita.nqantio,01 planipsaraliel!Itg e I
B. Shea, (right), president of Panagra (Pap American-Grace Goodwin., and Marjorie Le wi : ::

Airways) is shown reteiving the Inter- American Safety Con I ages 8 to S performed dancing i use t.)! thit newly devised eaulo 1 suannisusuant vim 111

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place upon' their arrival: et Albrook Alt' PorCii tiles
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yesterday. afternoon between Robert AelY, charge ,d affaires Of
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the U.S.,Embasst in Panama', Brig; Gen..
Patti 11. Weyraue
n icture Star is actress Sahl.-: avallea is' tri 'director .for thi- eontin ent 'of '3i Mein ei i ..
: i If R P li b s, rav
--- the reorganize- 4
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tion ..111...illiw4 lomoiall illo Caribbean Command chief ,o1' staff; and E,' T4' Wailes (right)
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r 1 are man-mad ... Carl Vinson', (D.Gs.) ,' endothe, r RISIN 'National ,War College deputY 'eominoridant ,tor1 u:
reign af feirS.
(1 i,,,, rtabber skins and are made to- 'Pim' 4)emil bora have,- ex-
he who stops lOnif 'Tough to eling on the three-week visit to Mexico,' Panama Canal 'Zone, ',, r
, COnform ,, to shape,size snit ', lans hove, iii the Peat; befit
Presidential reorgsnit a t S 0 13 this photographer; In Colombia Peru Chile Argentina Brazil and Venezuela: 'While
, -6,00','"'t14 weight of htimen pilots.,Thei;,,-
to the Hens Government Opera- One 'of 'the ,, ',. -, !,', , , , ., !.,
14hore,, Pakistan. ,,.. .,
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w,, the grou s was the fittest bi tt;e. Caribl;eah
v'i tes. Itimbliolkfte. ; innards ate electronlet and re" kistani enter., --,
few top-flight.-Ps
t' C Ite which wrote the
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i ment llgures she s currently Command, whose area of responsibility :.for military matters :
,ir eii4ntm-w,stilm...atia to.
; V.,00 ' ------- -------- L'ili. -originat-defensemnification bill,
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, 4 ,:g, working on .12 1,5 rot sun. ,',:,7
, assure pilot safety during high-,,- ,, , : ., ,., .,,, ,,,. ., includes-All of file co-iiitries ro71;rvisited in South America.
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For ILL Citizens
The ILS. Army Caribbean Civil Civilian
ian Civilian Versonnel Office is accepting
applications from U.S. citizens for
two, permanent, postions in the
grade of GS..7. Vacancies to be fill filled
ed filled include a sales store manager
and a construction inspector, gen genere.
ere. genere.
Applidants for the managerial
job must have four years experi,
ence in the opertion, maintenance
upkeep and supervision of a large
food store, commissary or super.
market. One year of this expert,'
enie must be 'at the supervisory
level. -
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Personnel should, be throughly
familial', with training and super;
vising employes, merchandising,
requisitioning, shelving, inventory,
ing, pricing and marketing, in.
specting food, handling money and
preparing reports.
The construction inspector re.
quirements include three years
general experience as a skilled
worker, plus two years as a fore.
nian;inspeetor or superintendent
of general construction work.
'Starting salary for each of these
jobs is $5,656 annually
Qualified applicants should con.;
tact the Civilian Personnel Meet
lEtuilding 23, CorOtal.
Dance' Students
Give Performance
Attorgas Hospltal
The dancing pupils of Mrs.' H,
IV, Wright, Howard Airforce 3ase,
gave a performance for the pa.
tients of florgas Hospital at Red
Cross lounge last, Sunday after,
noon. The following pupils took
part!, Kathy MartelloAaty Taylor,
Peggy Anderoon, Jean lIfyland,
ages to II,' did, top solo.,
A group, of children, ages Y to
11, did a charleston wearing flap.
nen. They were Jo Ann and Bar.
bora Gelston, 'Judy Jansen, Z011a
Airall. Greta Augustint, Helen and
Sue Briney, Bonnie Lee Clark,
Donna Childers,' Ann Garrett. AI
ice Hancock,, Kathy 'Sieger, Chris Christine
tine Christine Smith, Betty 4oe Stoneman
and Becky Bongo.
4 Ilk' 11 did a 'farm' girl
number. Becky Ballinger, Mary
Sue Banks. Shartm Earl, Donna
FoskeY, Tonnt Sus and Rima Sue
Goodwin. and Marjorie e s,
ages 8 ttl 8, performed dancing
numbers. t
- Mrs. Smith 'and Mrs. Augustine
playett the piano to accompany the
dancers.

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Fred Darling was recently pre.
sented letters of appreciation from
the commanding general USAR USAR,
, USAR, CARL Maj. Gen. Thomas L. Har Hari
i Hari mid and Col, R. L. 11,; USAR.
CARIB 'Engineer for 30year of
faithful service to tha V.S. govern government.
ment. government. A retiremenL cremolly was
held in his honor arthe Office of
the Engineer at Fort Clayton. Der.
ling entered government service
in July 1927 as ap architectural
draftsman with the Panama Can
al Company; He remained with the
company until Aug. 5, 1938. On
May 1939 he re-entered govern government
ment government service as a eurvev man with
the Engineer Section, Ll.S.,Army.
On July 1, 1939 he was transfer.
red to the Quartermaster Oyu
and returned to the Engineers Dee.
15, 1941. Ile has been an Engineer
SMDIOYO since that date, holding
Pilch lobs as chief engineering aMe
dreftsman. architectural engtneer
and constriction inspector. He
nianm to make hie home in tile Los
Angeles area.. (1.1.S. Army Photo)
Soviet 'Aiheist
Attacks' Religion
Over Mosc,ow Radio
' WASHington- WP)Rellgion is
trying to "squeeze human life in.
to the frozen framework of its
conceptions and rituals,",' a
Soviet atheist charged in a Mos.
cow 1' Radio, broadcast recorded
bere;
Religious thinking is !'obvious y
added the atheist
spokesnazi,' identified a's Viktor
Ivanovich Nosovich, in a Moscow
home service broadcast beamed
at Soviet audiences' '
To, illustrate, his point Nosovich
said:
"Gordienko,' a fourth term
Odessa Polytechnics! Institute
student who is a Baptist, w a
asked what he ;would do IV the
girl he loved were attacie by
hooligans who began to Ansult
her. Having thought atout it he
replied1; would pray for Cod to
Bend a ,militiamin."1 :
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Patmen',Readyinc
New Fasi-Movint
Flexi-Von Service
WASHINGTON' (VP) T h e
Post Office Department will 'pfit
the new lastmoving "flexi-van"
gervIce Into use for the first tims
on its Detroit to Chicago mail runs,
starting about July 1, it ,,was an.
nounced yesterday.
Ilaer the "flexi.van'' system.
a fully loaded highway trailer' is
separated from its ...wheel lissom,
bly by a mechanism operated by
the' driver and is placed, directly
aboard a railway flat car.
The Anethod is an off.shoot of
the so-called 'niggy.back" or trail..
er-on,ilat-car principle in railroad
ing.
Postmaater General Arthur E.
Summerfield announced the de
partment has been negotiating for
more 'than' a year with the New
York Central Railroad to make
use of this newly devised equip
med. ;
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lOWS" at left And in background
, are man-made I'men.' Called
, ,"anthropomorphS," they have"
rtabber skins and are made to
, conform to shape, size end
weight of human pilots., Thai;
, innards ate electronics end re4,
-d-tard4tilormatien-vied
assure pilot safety during high-,
speed bailout. They're the prod product
uct product of North AmericakAviktion
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LT: 0011111GO M. ARNOLD tries his hand at the controls Of
Canal organleation -for the compression of scrap metal into s
Supply and Employe Service Director. The new machine is in

'DR. CALVIN I'BILLMAN tin sultl,,who le head 6f,the 'Florida
- alert platoon' Jim Fort Clayt0A during the ,reeertt, second awl
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n His Defense
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-.WASHINGTON (UP)An
ential citizens' committee said
Wednesdsy "there is a strong pos possibility'.
sibility'. possibility'. President Eisennower
may try: to by-pass 1 the hostile
House Armed Services Commtitee
an effort to push through Con Congress
gress Congress his controversial military
reorganization plan.
The citizens committee for, the
Hoover report said the President
may send Congres "bY min-May
at the latest' a presidential re.
organization plan paralleling the
administration't 'Defense Depart Department
ment Department reorgahlzation legislation
now before tne House committee committeeThe,White
The,White committeeThe,White House spokesman said
such a move had been considered
as a possibility but had not yet
been up for serious consideration.
Indication!' were it would be used
only as a lest resort' to save the
President's embattled defense
tmification- program.-
Cannon's Speech Pleam
White House Press Secretary
:sines C. Hagerty said the Presi President
dent President was greatly pleased by a
speech by Rep. Clarence Cannon
(D-Mo), thairman of the House
Appropriations Committee, in sup.
port of the legislation. ',
He said the President telephnn telephnned
ed telephnned Cannon to thank 'him personal personal"The
"The personal"The President expects the
Congress this session to p,ss the
defense reorganization legislation
be has proposed," Hagerty told
111WSMen.
The Hoover committee said its
prediction was based on "prece "precedent"
dent" "precedent" and not on any ixormation
it hsd rectivedlirectly from the
White House.
Such a move would, in eVeet,
by-pass the House Armed Services
Committee which hat beta hold holding
ing holding hearings on the reorganiza reorganization
tion reorganization bill since April 22. Chairman
Carl Vinson (D-Ga.) snd other
Influential member. have ex expressed
pressed expressed bitter opposition to it-
Presidential reorganiz a tion
'plans hove, ift the past, been sent
to the House Government Opera Operations
tions Operations Committee, which wrote the
' originat-defense unification,
Ywe Little Words
Meanwhile, a high Pentagon el
Lida' charged tha t the taut.

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armed services have -used two
words 'in the present unification
law to' question authority of De.
tense Department officials and de.
lay deciions.
Perkins ItIcGuire,Aissistant de.
iense secretarr for," supply and
logistics, urged the Rouse Armed
Services Committee to approve
repeal Of ,1 the 4hrass that says
the -Army, Navy and Air Force
are to be "separately administer.
ed" by-their respective ; civilian
heads.
The change. is one proposedin
the, defense reorganization bill
which McGuire said would im.
prove defense Illanaielpent con.
siderablY -
Bet committee members who
argue this would 'open .the 1door
for the defense secretary to as assume
sume assume ,costrol over all military
spending again served notide they
had grave doubts about the mat.
RISING STARA rea)ly truw4
ing picture star IS actress Sahi Sahibs,
bs, Sahibs, whO stops long 'enough tO
pose for the photographer. In
pihore, Pakistan. One. of 'the
of w 100-flighttPskistani enter.,
Jainment ilgures, she's currently
, woiking on 12 Mint sirntiltane-7
ously. skippinefront studio kleo,
studio each daYLV."..

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'the new Dempster Dales 'which is now. being used by the
mall easily handled bundles, With Arnold is L. A. Ferguson;
the Storehouse BranCh strap and salvage yard, ,

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MOM;Nr of ,serions conversation about Plans:for ,triS Ts,,-
tiOnal War College group's trip tO eight Latin Ar;lericart,coan.,
tries took piaci unon their arrival at AlbroOk PorCii taie
yesterday afternoon between Robert ACIY, chargc d'affaires
the U.S. Ernbass in Panama; Brig., Gen. Paul, IC' Weyrauch,
Caribbean Command Chief ,o1, staff; arid Z Wailes (right),
National War College deputy commandant for 'foreign' afitilia
Wailes is trip 'director for the contingent 'of 34 Member's, trav
eling on the three-week visit to Mexico, Panama Canal 'Zone,
Colombia, PerU, Chile, Argentina,' Brazil and Venezuela, 1Vhile
lithe Canal Zone, the groups was the gueSt of the Caribbean
, Command, whose area of responsibility for military Matters
ineltairirarairritriaro-17rviitewd- 114;iolitn. imJica--7,
The group departed from Albrook Air Force Base this morning
for Colombia by military aircraft.. (ILS. )kir rofee rhoto)

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Of the Canal operation Arey said: "In this day of talk of
nationalization and internationalization of the Panama Canal,
it is important for our own nationals, or the people who oper
ate world shipping, and for the nations whose economy depends
so vitally on the use of the Cenal, to realize that the United
States fully lives up to its trust in operating tihs waterway.
"It is important for them to realize that either nationalize nationalizetion
tion nationalizetion or internationalization. would bring rising costs and inter
nationalcomplicatione, ,
' Arey's address Was delivered to 'which must answer calls to ships
the 1.4th annual International Work in the Canal as well as to build.
ship Conference of tho American Ines in the Zone; our ovm postal
Pub lie Relations Assoctation service; a police force, a ponl
He gave them this deseription tentlary And a prison two ma.
' of the Canal ZONE: ,gistrats courts and a f'ocleral dis.
"The 51-mile waterway, provid'. trict ceurtt library museum;
ing a world-famous shortcut be- 20 schools iniludine a 'tinier col
tween the Atlantic and Pacific co. lege for a total of 10,000 students
ceans runs through the Republic 65 miles of city streets: and
of Panama in an area granted police, customs and immigration
in perpetuity to the United States services,,
and in which the United States
- bone also Includes PAM
oxercipes elk Sovereign rights., ; ma Canal Company operations like
'This area, the Canal one. ex. retail stores which serve' a COn.
tends roughly live miles on either sumer, population of 38,000 per.
' side of the waterwav and is, in 8011n. ,
effect; a United Stafk Government "These stores and their sue;
reservation devoted te th opera.. elated gasoline stations, have an
tion, maintenance, sanitation and annual press sales velem of 25,
, proection of the Canal.' The MOttO million dollars. '
of the 553-square-mlle 7one des- 4'All housing is provided by the
cribes its functiont 'The tsnd Di- Company., The Company onerates
vided The World United.' !, niers rt the two terminal ports
- Arey went on: "In' this area which handle over 2,0r, 000 tons
where there ts no privately owned of carm a year; ntilitiest the
,,- property the Canal Zone Govern. oldest, fastest, cheapest and short,
l'entan independent agency of est transcntinental railroad in the
ie,Executive Branch of the- Unit. world; and a steamship line he.
ed States Government, is rayon- tween- New York and the Canal
sible for the exercise of most all Zone via Haiti."
the usual' functions of state and Noting that in addition to the
geirnment. 14 civilian Communities, there ire
"Wo have 14 towns; three in tho Zone installations of the Ar Arhospitals
hospitals Arhospitals the largest ef 633- my,, Navy and Air Forcer, Arey,
bed capacity; a fire department continued:

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ilrey Says Canai s 1)tiolic w'e ation
hi, 1 s
rith B 2, a
becleville iuh,rike'Probidms
, The day Panama University students staged their flag-planting "Operation Svereignty" raid in the Canal
Zone, Panama Canal information officer William O.- Arey Jr. was telling a public relations conference In New York:
"Far from being able to concentrate our attention and efforts to telling the Canal story,- we (the Panama Ca.
nal public relations team) are continually engrossed in problems of the brush firs catigory." '
) He added; "The fact that we are continuously haryassed by side issues arises from several conditions only In Indirectly
directly Indirectly connected to the operation of the waterway. These may be broadly classed in' the type of operations, the
) people involved, the international and diplomatic involvements, and the'media ough which we work,"
- At another stags' he, said of US-RP relations: "The points of friction that at times may loom so largo betifeen
ue do so 'only because they stad out in -contrast to the axisting smooth level of everyday comprehension. -Ind
collaboration." , :
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hThe 31,000 civilian residents lion Interest on the To. S. Govern.
of the Zone are both Unites Pass .ment'a direct investment and $10.1
citizens and non.citizons. They million covering net cost of the
ere people who have their Canal Zode Government, as S.3..
bail games. their &le slubs, 82
their United Fund, their soda ,Arey then proceeded to describe
leuntains, their hanks, end their the Panama 'Canal Chain 'of com
, churches. Slot no private enter,. mend. 4'
prise. , "The Canal enterprise Is direct.
"They are conscious of the tint. under the President of the U.
clue position the Panama Canal nited Sts.os," be
bolds in American history and In "By delegation of respoosibl.,
lity the -See'Vary if the Army
our nation's economic development
represents the Pr'esident in tho
They take special pride in tbe
fact that they do their joint no supervision of Canal Zona Gov.
"Administrative and executive
cost of the United States taxpayer. ,ernment affairs.
"The Panama Canal Company
authority art vetifed in the Gov
which operses the Canal and
related enterprise is a wholly ernor who ex officio president
TheGoveenar is appointed b,
owneCcorporate agency of the of the Panama Cnnal Company
GoVernment of the United States
the President of the United States
organized internally ', along the
lines of private corporate organt with the 'aPProval of the Senate.
"The Secretary of the Army is
zations conducting a number of
widely varying activtites. Rho the designatad Stockholder of
appoints the hoard of directors
"The Company, -by- statute, re. tbe .panama Cnel Company and
covers all -costs of operations and
maintenance of its. facilities. in of 13 membetti 1" '
eluding depreciation; pays triterest "It is also apparent that our
yeletionship Ith Penellta 4 rot
to the U.'S, Treasury on the net
investment of the Government in something that takes place now
the Company. and reimburses the' and then 'and can be forgotten
Treasury for,the St 930,000 ennujty between times. It goes on night
paymentto Panama and the net and day all year round,
costs of the Canal Zone ,Govern. -"It has been going on eVer y
ment inelipling deprecietion on day since the Republic of Pant.
Qxed assets, ,
"Excess funds must be paid
'into the -treasury as a .repay t-
ment of capital. Such 1hp:dating ,
cliVidends' totaling $15.000,4011 ,,' I,
have been paid to the Treasury w
in the past four fiscal years. -,
,"Net inconle. for the past fiseal. ,
year, after provision,,for payment
to the U.S. Treacury of Site mit ;

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ma came into existence 53 years
ago followed shortly by U.S. I Inauguration
nauguration Inauguration of construction of the
Panama Canal. Here we have a
vivid example of international re relations,
lations, relations, a situation which indeed is
far from being a textbook exam
Die. There is nothing theoretical
or remote about it.
"lien, one can visualize how to
a tertain extent thiogs true about
Individuals are true about nations.
"The real test of being a good
ntiohbor comes when you are
crowded together u oi d e r the
same roof, when every word
carries through thin partitions,
and you see each other at ey
orv turn.
"ln such a situation It taken
real undergtanding. good will and
earnest effort on the Part ev.
eryone concerned to mainten vor,.
dial relations
"It it a uniduls slatuation and
only natural that we do not see
eye,to-eye on every nueAtion.
- It was at this stage that Arev
referred -o the "existing month
level of everydav comptehension
and collaboration."
He proceeded: 'It 'further 'he 'hecomes
comes 'hecomes reeriliv apperent that Ilia.,
tionti with this nubile 'must be
maintained through a dailv
tv with attention to minute deal;
ye, ever based on a Dositivo, well wellcoordinated.
coordinated. wellcoordinated. lent, range Program.
"At 7 stoke Is a strategic
highway through 'whieig missed
last October tho '900 000th ocean,.
, going Commercial vessel since
the Canal opened to the marl.
timo commorro of all nations
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"The stream of Canal traffic
lutherity art vesfed in the tio7
is made up of ships from el over
krnor who ta-tx officio President
the world, carrying commodities
)f the Panama -Cnnal Company
of every conceivable-nature re.
"TkeGovernar is appointed b, mitred by, mankind. The story of
,be President of the United States Canal operations through the last
fiscal year demonstrates the im imwith
with imwith the 'approval of the Senate.
"The Secretary of the Army is prtance of the waterway to the
ale the designated Stockholder of
industrial growth of the United
States and to nations In all parts
,he ,panama Cnel Company and
kppoints the board of directors
g 13 members, ,k k of the globe.
., "it is else apparent that our 1 '
relatlenshiP vilth pgnama 4 rot "A total of 8848 ocean,going veg.
sels, flying the flags of 38 differ.
something that takes place now
nations, k transited the Canal
and then 'end ean be forgotten ent
during the fiscal year to rewrite
between times. It goes on night
the retort book on commercial
"rift dheav$ be ellenyexaorineteuonnd.e v e r y traffic liming through the Canal
day, since the Republic of 'Pana for the sixth consecutive year,"
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tenaemmmaattec9n,AlanHd u, miner,
ni'sPhisneircir t
early when the Questions won un muloco
was right in her shadows' w i t h
questionably'( by 37 pins. They'
continued their success by 40
pins. With this, 77 maple deficit, 521. For the Lushes it was an
the outlook NVIS 110t so bright for all men performance, Dan t Koes Koesthe
the Koesthe Heavely Daze, but they put on ter 516, John Belei 500, and Jack
a rally to overcome not only the McIrgan 501 '' ' '1 ,
shortage but got six more pins to '', '''' 4 .' '' '
win the last game and ,the TP Hi Handles 3 Ochos 1 :. 1
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maxAcl a liC Axvvciuy M CUM ,., GO vtnoess
U i the (kilos spark up they
will have to change their title to
blessed with plenty of 5C series.
All the feminine heayenly bodies Diez, because that where they
accomplished thiS. ,, , are in the league; tenth. The '; 0,
' ' '' ' chos however are the foundation
3inny Hassler again had reason
of the league because they. are
to gloat over Hubby Bruce 531 to holding up the teams above them.'
520. Betty Rose gave the s a e ,
treatment, to, ber lesser half Ra The does started out all right,
pit 520 to 502. And Connie Banks winning
by 26 pins, but t h e i r
classed her bossman 515 to (cen, luck gave out and Hi Handles
sored), In the Question Marks ,pn. picked up ihe second, game by
, 1 ,' 112 pins, and in the finale the Hi
., -,' ,, .....' ''....' Bandies became quite handy wih
'111 I MB 11.11111.01. 111. Illa 11 their 27 inch pumpkins and won
, , in ,,,- i at quite handily by 57 pins to, gather
-,D Iv t,-114.1 in three points in the victory coi coi1
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men Leon Smith and Dick Allen
showed the way- with 534 and-513.
For the ellar oacupying Ochos it
was also two grys, Art Dodon
571 and Chil Chippeaux 507.,

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!rho second- contest of a best-out-of-three-game ,,serles
between Panama softball champsBoite W and Abernathy,
Canal Zone (Pacific side) champions, will be:played at San,. 0.
' ta Rita ballpark this-afternoon at .4:30 p.m., --weather per permitting.
mitting. permitting. ,, 4, ",
The game had. been originally scheduled lor 'yesterclai
but the wet condition of the playing tield caused a post-
erement. In ease of anotherpostpcnement, today, It will
re-scheduled for tomorrow.- : ."
Boite W whiPPed Abernathy 5-0 In the' series opener,;'
Monday and needs only one more win to top the series.'
' Plans are-doing made far a similaroeries between Suite
Itt and Cafe, Coolspot, Rainbow City League, champs, which
begin at Mount Hope Stadium Saturdarnight at 7:30. 41-
- The second contest is set for Santa Rita Monday' after-,,
0 -An admisison fee of ten cents is being charged for all
, the games at the Panama ballpark.

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I Stan 'rite Man) Musial ia prati:
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tidally la outer space with a, sun,
' oaring .529 batting- average while
' 'the ,Cardianals seem to, be '- sliii.
iing clear, outt- of Sight'. With an,
eilfully sore 9.1.4 record,: ,,,,I., .; -,
't' Lew,Burdette Of the 11. r eV e a
phoved the' Carde Veepei into the
Islational,league teller last( night
With a five,hit 9'..2 victory.. B u r.
slette had' -alt a the- Redbirds-eat.,
big out bt lit bah& with One, not.
table eadentionk,Musial,-,,of course.,
I SlugghttBten,,,off and running
' 114, quest,,of,hts' eighth :batting ti,
' le, &oft litt'',botit, St., 'Louis. tuns
With a pate of. douhlett and, shigle
Ile now teeds'only.teeven ,,iiits,t0;,
ard his goal of 3,000. 'And just to
. re you an. ide sof bovi. Musial
, s' doing In tile batting race, he is
, 'only" 115 points, ahead of' 'his
.', Verest competitor tincitmati'S
tlit
'-' I ilia' 'Brave, ;tasted ', little 'time
, nt,, srPrting otbe Cards on t'he I r,
a? -te Iheir,.'t even straight loss
' ast night. Milwauke clinched the,
ralTle in the first inn fig by atm atm':
': atm': imering out Ilerm Wehmeiet in a,
. elitlim barrage. Doubles byllault
' Aaron- and ;Trani( 'Torre along,
tvl h Ws Covington's twurtiri hoot.
er fiTiiiiist Of the-ttamteer--k-..,
,' Bturdttte chipped. in wtth three
bite-himself in coasting tk,,.111. e.
thirrl victory.
t Milwaukke outfieller Bob Eszle
' Was struck on the ead by a nitch
thrown by reliever terry. Jackson
' nd although 'he 4V11S removed to
- It 'hospital; his,,Injury watk: called
' hot serious, 1
t, The tritraves' victory' kept them
it half game bthind the souped.up
Chicago -Cubs, wholiield .on to I
first place with a 5A victoq over
tho Cihchmatt Redlegs. ., ,,
I Southpavs Taylor !Phillips, '.,'who
, 'Fame to the Cubs:in a muchly
,, rticized deal with the Braves
: ask winter; stooped the Itedlegs
F
. five- bite. The ubs,'.- tte Ja.,
tie, pecked away at loser
rooks Lawreoce iind Johnny
- linestein for pine, including three
y Dale tonz,,,,, ---'sr
; The San Francisco Giants beat
the Pittsburgh Pirates, 8-6, dtspite
a barrage of our ihome runs by
' the losers. The Pirates tied a ma ma.,
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", By Ail Litile 'ILICHiAA4 : ior'league re'cord'in the filth whin
,- s' ,,- ', -,, 14 ,s, ," ,, Bob Sinner,: Ted ,Klusze2ski Ind
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Something's screwy ,in St. Looey. Frank Themes !slammed consecu.
1 ,,,,, :t, ,..., .,,, ,,, ,-.., A,,, ,',.. ,tive homerso.,Kluszewski, his his
I Stan 'rite Mani Musialga prat second 'homer; of .the,,gante wi,th
tidally iiiouter space with ,at still,' elle '611,,,.Jt the,. seventh : but It
Soaring .529 batting- overage while witS113 6041 tO keep Bob, Friend
'the ,Cardianols seem' to, be '- sliP. from ,suffering his first defeat aft,
ting cleat, outs- of tight'. With I an, et four straight ,Victories. i, ,..
oilfully scte 9-14 record,: :,,i', ... ',. 'Rokie Bob Schtnidticthreerun
,t, Lowipirdetto et, the 8' r eV e S homer featured, a toOr-fult: Giant
ehoveu the' Carde'deepei into the uprising in thes,1 0 n'r-tit that
Islational,league teller last( night !stretched San Fraticisco'S.,le ado!
iwith a tivehit, 9'.2 victory.. B u r. 6-1, RelieVer Ron klisielthUrn gave
dette had's tot the liedbirde- 'at.,,, uP, wbaCireved 't, 4,0;1.14 eecid eecidIng
Ing eecidIng out Vide tat& with One- not. Int rt111111.the fills-whekhe walk.
Schntidt with- theboase full
table exe.eptiontldusiaL of cOnrae-, -ed
I shigyhig-Stan,,,off and runeing andpse,GiatiteAdded, tinogier run run!ttli
!ttli run!ttli cruest,,ot.hts' eighth :batting ti, ti'.' the:some fraalt. alerts worth -,.
le, drofelli' Mai, St., lools Tun' 4210li 'wasf Vie. wtaliee.:7, 7
14vith a pate,ott doljb,lew afict,,shigic Sold1160 Curirflmninne scored
hits, t6- hit Wit ,',ticiorit,,over the Dodg.'
tie now teedt'.onty.eeVgn
ard hiS goal of 3,000. 'And just to ers ht. four years by Ditching the
rive you an,,,ide ad. boys. Mustal Phillies toaf.). 9,3 verdict, .' ,,,,
s' doing In tile batting race, he is Gram Itamnerand Stan tona4
'only" 115 points, ahead ot -his ta provided the,,hard core of Phil Philseitreet
seitreet Philseitreet competitor tinchmatt'S adelphioi,s 15-hit attack with three
, ,.... , .. ,n,.: ,.- hits apiece: 'Hamner bad a single;
gll 11:u!'il .., r double and a trinlewbile Q T,onata
I e, 'Braves. toted little lime socked a homer and- twe. 'singles.
ill ''''
ni starting Itie, Cards on t'tt e 1 r, ,Carl 'Fpritlo drbtre in all of Les
SF -te Iheir.'t Oen !straight loas I
, -,,.lgeleC rook with iii',' ihrecront
est night. Milwauke clinched the, homer',In tite third. Rookie brie,
tlit
gtme in the first Inn lig by atm- kleballer' Fred Kipp suffered the
tmertng out Herm Wehmeigrtin a, utasL.,,4 oi,- , ,, ....., ,, . .,
tht-ram barrage. Doubles byllitult Over hi th'e, American League,
tkorotr and r,,,Fratilt 'Torre alon g, petroitsod washingtmvsno a frwt
tva 11 Ws Covington's two.itin hom- night'twin bill, t'he Gigers taking
er fiiniist tit the-ttarnteerr'',",, she 7otioner';','S'r;" and the Seantors
,' Bturdttte chipped. in with three the nightcap. 114. -
bite-itimeelf in coasting t4,...bi li -.,The Kat kept -the soaator,.. to
third victory. aecondmlare. P game behind the
t Milwaukke outfieller Bob Earle le,,,1101.1.visne yarik,,,,,,. , ,, ,,
' (eras stt-uck on the ead by a Ditch Reno Tiertola. sougsht lw the Sen.
thrown by reltever Larry Jackson atnra pit errivie. won filo onena.t.
" end although'he 4V11S removed to for Detroit. with ,the first grand grandit
it grandit 'hospital; his.injury was..called alam homer of his career in a
hot serious, 1 , fiverun first inning against Cami
,t, The tdraves' victory' kept them loPPoscual Frenk T,ary hitched
0 hall game bthind the souped.up a unioue game for the !rivers, giv
Chicag,o -Cubs, whoheld 1N1 to tny Itil 13 bill ano strikin o u t
first place vrith a 5A victory over elyht. He, had a silidoill until ,the
the Cihcilmoti Rediegs. ,,,, ninth when Fddie'voi4 1,nomered.
i Southpavs Taylor:Phillips, '.,Who t,It.saila on-,entirelv different sto.
'came to the Cubs:in a muchlY ev, in he- visditeort. woaliington
- rticized deal with the Braves knocked out Jim Bunstint.,10 the
! aot winter; stooped the Redlegs eeeord inmnit And SA,N a f ftiTdokie
. five- hitt. The Cubli,' hoe st ,n,, Hal Griggs checked -the Ti ger! 'on
fie, pecked a?,vay at loser aesen bits. Clintl Courtney paced
. rooks Lawrence and Johnny the genators', 15.11it attack., with
- lintostein for nine, including three twn doublet' and' o single.... ''.,.t'
F
y Bale Langwi,' -t. Rain, which has been deluging
The San Francisco Giants beat the east the last fivedavo wash.
ihe pittiburgh pirates, Le, dtopite 'et! -out (tome between-' the' yam,
a barrage of our home runs by keel; 'anti Tolaas, tile, athrets,
' the loom. The Pirates tied' a ma- and 'ArioleS, and ;Ile:. Red Sox
I' ,,.e.','''!',.,-,, i ,..'.: 4 and Sog,,
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ENTERTAINED' IN MOSCOW
LONDON (UP):According to a
Tess ageripy' report, the touring
U.S. basketball team was enter entertained
tained entertained at a reception in Moscow
Tuesday night by the Basketball
Section of the,y,S.S.R. and the
Committee for Physical Culture
and Sport.' ,,,
CHANGE IN RACE -,, 1.
BRESCIA, Italy p) T e
Miglia, (1,000 miles), auto
race has beenpostponed from.
June 7-8 to June 2122 and Will be
run over a newi, mougtatu course
this year.. The race, which
claimed nine. lives last year and
28 in all during the past 19 years,
will be runover a-winding moult moulttain
tain moulttain -course (abbut 984 miles) thli
year.
AMERICAN ART POPUL
), LONDON (UP) -- Moscow re
dio reported that more than 168,-
000 persons visittd an exhibition
of pictures ,,and drawings by
American' painter 'Rockwell lent
which closed in, LeningraC Mop Mopday.
day. Mopday. The exhibition' opened 'at the
Hermitage Museum on March 14.

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SEA-GOING SLUGGERS of the championship Minor League Grace Line' team take on a salty look as they gather 'around
thd skipper of. the Grace- Line's Banta Maria. First row (left-koright) James de la Pena, Robert Hughes, Daniel Austin and
Barry Douglar,,secdhd row,- Roberto Morse, War land Grffith, Capt. R.: J.,Tiemey, Richard Vii.',Coy,4 president of the Minor
League, Gregory Michaelis and ,Louis Austin. , . ,, .. .' '', ' . -0,- ,' ' : ,-. ;

-,(Basect,bb 35 officlal at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
- Ab, R H Pct.
Muslal,' StZ 1.9; 17 61k4 14,, 36 ,,,529
HOak, f, t6 25 .379
Temple, Cinci. 16 59 22 '173
Mays, S. tel. 22 1,13 6," 32 .372
Walls, Cht4:4. Or. 3 170
Clemente,' Pit.,19 478 I '27 446
Thomas, Pt,' 20 84 ,-18- '29 ,,,345
Torre, Mil., '',19 38 4 13 9,442
SpenterifrFeo.22 85 12 29 .341
Havineri Phil.), 20 81 14 27 .333
EnniV 9St4 1.?, 1463 -, 6 21 333
1.44ERICAN, t.EiGUE.
'Vet:n(14;60', 11 JO '18 .400
Skowron,441N) 55 7 21 .382
- A0-29., .370
Robinson,Balt. 16 54 7 20 .370
Cerv, K.C. 1,6 60 21' 22 .367
Lollarr"Chi. 48 IC 45 5 -16 :356
Nixon, Cle. 14 47 5 16 .340
Martin, Det. 13 53 6 18 .340
Pearson,Wash 17 56 8 ',' 19 .339
Runnels,- Boa. 19 78 8 26 .333
Fox, Chi: 15 63 6 21 .333
Nieman, 14 39 3 13 .333
. HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Walls, Cubs 9
Thomas, Pirates 9
Sauer,, Giants 8
Cepeda, Giants-f, 8
Mathews, Bravesi 7

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cerv, Athletics
Jensen, Red Sox '
Brown, Indians
WIlliams, Red Sox.
Lollar,White Sox -;
Maris, Indians
Minoso, Indians
Sievers, Senators
Triandos, Orioles
Skowron, Yanks

RUNS BATTED 'IN
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Cepeda, Giants 19
, Walls, Cubs 18
Thomas, Pirates 18
Spencer, Giants 18
Mathews, Braves 18
$
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cerv,, Athletics $'' '24
Carrasquel, Indians 14
Skowron, Yanks 13 :0
Vernon, bidians q' 12
Minos, Indians ' 12
Jensen, Red Sox 12
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'-.PITCHEIS.:;

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8
4
4
( 3
3
3
3
' 3
3-
3

, PITCHING
.;',41ATIONAL LEAGUE
Podres,' Dodgers 4 0 .1.000
Elston, Cubs 4 0, 1.000
Spahn, Braves 4 0 1.000
Purkey, ,Redlegt 3 0 1.000
McCormick, Giants 2 0 1.000
- AMERICAN LEAGUE
Harshman,' Orioles 4 0 )1.000
Turley, Yanks 2 0 '1.000
Garvet, Athletics 3 1000
Grant, Icliant 3 0 ,1.000
( tied at 21). ,
,

Teams ,, L
Choppers ; 44 ati
The Heavenly Daze , 41 31
Piratas 40 32
Souk Amigos 39 33
Noonshiners "t- 37 .35
Skyrockets 35
Skyrockets , 34 38
Six Lushes p 33 39
IQueStion al : 41
Ochos 44
' ,t, o k
' Choppers 44. Skyrocket" S
The Chopper pulled away rom
the other .ome .teams when -the
alone captured all four points and
now have it cushion of three
points on the runnertipa. The initial
encounter was easy for the Chop Choppers,
pers, Choppers, but In the next twd games,
zhey had to call on a full idea ideasure
sure ideasure of their boWling talents, be becatise
catise becatise in the mid A game they
squeezed by 8 pins and in the
list fracas the difference was 15,,

The three men did the 'trick
with Alex Stirling starring with
529, Right behind him was Don
Caldren 528 and tagging along
was Sal Laquidara -who liquidated
513 pins off the lanes. The Sky Skyrockets
rockets Skyrockets who fizzed and fumed but
could not rise into the ivin col column,
umn, column, had Shep 'Shepherd 530, and
Chuck James 512.

Heavenly Daze 2 s
Question Marks 2

Although ,the 41Daseyy" -are in
the runnerup spot and Question
Marks in the' ninth north of the
loop, the two teams toed the line
about even 'with the Question
Marks getting only.three pins
handicap. With averages about e
ven, the fur started flying quite

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, A .r 1-
other wifie dear trounced her life
partner ,when Jane Bonb tallied
5160Unattached Carl Bouden for
the rolled a big 53a scratch
and 380 handicap an& Hei,-wise.
walloped 556.1
' Las Pirates '2 Seis Amigos. 2
Las week the Las l'iratas ma&

sacred 'their -0p-ponint-s, 47this
week' they ran- into an enemy
which was not scared. The Bira Biratas
tas Biratas learned that you can't trust
their Seis Amigos. The friends
disarmed the auccos right in the
first game by coming out on 1 top
by 80 pins. This was good enough
fdr si split, inasmuch as Las Pira.
tas .wielded their cutlasses for a
nine-pin win and later looted a 2,2
advantage.
Again the ladies were hard at
work,. friendly Dot Badger out outclassed
classed outclassed her ,man with her h..05.
Helen Martell broke intc the 5C
category, and saving the honor
of the men Dick Leslie ,scored
502. Aboard the Pirate's sloop,
Pirate Princess Pat prized 514 o over
ver over her shipmate Jack Carter's

, Six Lushes 2 Moonshinors 2
,
Ili a handicap circuit it is most
unusual to have teams A sporting
the identical averages but that.
was the situation with,the S
Lushes and Moonshiners. The lat latter
ter latter had ,one big game and it was
good enough for the TP, where whereas
as whereas the Lushes had to land two
winning efforts.
At least in this match the male
sex preserved the honors for their
species, because they allowed on only
ly only one doll to score over 50 but
the male superiority was tainted
because Corky Boyle botteled 522
the tops for the match, and her

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' HOUSTON,'.1.exas,'-May 8 (UP)
.--World lightweight champion Joe
drown retained his title last night
by scoring a-TKO over challenger
Ralph Dupes in 2:21 in the eighth
heat of a scheduled 15.rounder.
In the final round Brown-forced
his opponent to,the ropes and
administered terrifir punishment
which sent..him to', the :canvas
three times.,, ,r 1,,
,, Referee Jimmy,Webb:' stopped
the :onequal match iss'' Dupes
, remained ,,, completeix defense.
less; unable to raise his arms.
: ,HOwever,,,lt -disappointed .DuPa
,said 'in .his dressing 'roont after
the, bout,' "Ile surprised 'me with
, a lucky, punch. don't kpoiv why
they stopped the fight!'
iBrown had this' to say' 'when it
was all over: "I thought we were
, on even' terms up to the seventh
round., Before, the' eighth started
my:trainer, told ane, is the
round.' Later 1 caught Min With
a left ,hook while Dupes. was, ex
pecting a' right." '..,
Last night's was the f our t h
straight light the 'champion has
won by a kayo.? , 4
- Jee, 31, and nine ,,years
older than Dupas4ent, his rival
to- the, canvas for a nine, count in
the last stanza with a hard right
to the, head., -1,, r' ."
: .The challenger went &wit for
the 'second time fir eight sec:
onds in the some round a f ter
absorbing a series of rights and
lefts-
' After getting wai drop.
ped again ,with a, right hook. lie.
raised to his feet and, as the chm;
pion ; connected' With '', stingin' g
blow, to. the 'ehini,,,the orbiter
brought, a' halt L to' proceedings:,
Each fighter, 4, weighed 131
pounds-

Inconsistent' Royal
Tvioaller,
N W. YORK,,May 8 (UP)tob
Giallombardo of the Montreal Roy Royels
els Royels is a jewel of inconsistency:-
, The six-foot right bander', who
compiled a 21-6 wen-lost record at
Reno last year, has had four de-
cisions thus far in the Internation International
al International League-2 wins and 2 losses,'
: In his first start, Giallombardo
wast'shelled from the mound in
the Second inning, but he bounced
back a week later to pitch a one onehitter.
hitter. onehitter. Six games later he start started
ed started again and for the second time
way shelled out: 14,
Last nightGiallombardo set To Toronto
ronto Toronto down on just two hits and
was,in complete command all the
way' as the Royals seored an easy
70 Victory. The win kept the Roy
als atop the league standings and
dropped the Maple Leafs six
games off the, pace. 4
la' the ohly other genie pli3red;
the Columbus Jets defeated the
Miami Marlins 5-2,, as lefty Joe
Gibson evened -his re,cord at 1-1
with the aid of some fine relief
work bY Luis Arroyo. Bob Conley,
wyo started for the Marlins, took
the loss, his third against two Vic Victories.'
tories.' Victories.' ,
Doubleheaders with Buffalo at
Rochester and ,Havana at Rich Rich,
, Rich, mond were postponed because of
1

NATIONAL LEAAGUE
W Pct. GB
Chicago 13 1 -.650
Milwaukee 12 7 ,.632
San Francisco 13 9 .591 :1
Pittsburgh 's 13 9 ..591. 1
Cincinnati 1 8 .500 3
Philadelphia 11 .450 4
Los Angeles 13 .409 5
St. Louis 3 T4 ',176 1112

,
, 'today's Gams
Cincinnati at Chicago c-'
Only game scheduled
e
' Yisttbrday's Itssults
Pittsburgh 010 030 200-4 13 0
tan Fs. 002 420 00x-4 11 I
Friend (4-1), Blackburn, Raydon
and Peterson.
Barclay, Worthington (2-1), Gris Grissom
som Grissom and Schmidt, Thomas.

Philadelplia 200 001 330-9 15 0 (Night Gams) J
Los Angeles 003 000 000i-3 11 1 Detroit 000 100 003-4 7 3
Simmons (3-2) and Lopata. Washington 021 050 21x 1115 0
' Kipp ,(1-2), Labine, Newcombe, -"
Sherry and Pigantano. Bunning (1-4), Presko, Morgan,
- Valentinetti, McDermott, Aguirre
Cincinnati 0. 100 000 000-1, 5 1 and Lau.- ,
Chicago , 011 002 01x-5', 9 0 Griggs 11-0) and Courtney.
Lawrence (11), Wight, Klip p.
stein and Dotterero- Cleveland, ,New York (post.
Phillips (1.0) and S. Taylor. poned, raip) -
Chicago at .Soston. (postponed,
- (Night Game) rain) t
Milwaukee 600 101 001-9 10 1 ;
St. Louis 002 000 000-2 '5 1 ,, (Night Game)
Burdette,(3-2) and Crandall. ', --.,
Wehmeier (0-1), Jackson, Mabe, Kansas City it Baltimore (post.;
Mullett and Katt. poned, rain)

STANDINGS
interscbelastic Basketball
Teems W L Pc
Cristobal ,,' .7f
Balboa ,High : 3 .7!
Junior Collge ';- ; 0 a

Ey 'TREVOR SIMONS
:

,
AMERICAN LEAGUE
, W L PcL GR
New York 10 4 .714
Washington r .10 6- .625 1
Kansas City 8 7 ,.533
Cleveland ' 10 10 .500 3
Baltimore 8 8 .500 3;
Detroit ;;, 9 11 .450 4;
Boston 9 11..450 4
Chicago 4 11- .261,
: Cleveland at New York
- Detroit at Washington
Only games scheduled
, (Twilight Gams) s
Detroit 500 000 000-4 11
Washington 000 000 001-1 13
1 Lary (2.2) and Hegan.
Paseual (1.2), Stobbs,KeMmerei
and Courtmey.

0

-, 4 W Pct.
.750
3 .750
; 0 4. .000

-
-T -fuesday's Results .;
C.H.S. 490 J.C. s
!. Tonight's Mimi
:Athletic Club vs Cristobal, High
(at Margarita)
- TomorrOviss Game .'
Balboa High vs Jr. College (at
Balboa) .. : , LS',

, In the lowest scoring gamt of
the current Interscholastic Vasket.
ball campaign, the Tigers from 3
Cristobal ,Iligh 'dowiled Jr. Col.
lege by a 49 td 41 count, thus t
handing the ratter their fourth 1
consecutive defeat.'
The loss eliminated Jr, College
from- any -mathematical possibill.
ty of successfully defending their
basketball championship ViOn ,, in
1957 and placed the final decision
squarely on the outcome of the
third Balboa,Cristobal gaine ached.
pled for Margarita on May 13.'
Jimior College's Ioss WAS more
than, just basketball, game, for
a championship; they might- also I
have lost the' services of t h e
star, Don Alexander,. who suffered
a, sprained ankle with One minute
left to play in the half of
Tuesday night's- game.
In a freak acci'dent, in which A4
lexander loai, his balance and foot,
ing the S.C. ace paractially sound.
ed the death knell for his team.
He had scored 15 nOintS ln the
first half to boost his season total
to 96 points in four games or' an
average of 24 points per game.
- Cristobal Htgh and ,Jr. College
appeared headed for another s of
the now- common, homestretch
thrillers, battling evenly felt the
first half of Tuesday night's game.
ollege led 13 to 12 at thi end
of the first half, hut the Tigers
overcame this, lead and posted a
1.point- lulyantage, of their own at'
half time, 23, to 22. In one of
the most eyen spreads of scoring
ever displayed by Cristobal, the
Tigers quickly oiled on a 10 point
lead is the third quarter pro..
gressed. With CodY and 'Bauman
taking up the slack for IC the
dame Colleve fiehters remained in
the race, :lust seven points off at
the end of the third stanza when
i the scoreboard read 36 to 29.
Both teams raced evenly' f r
' the entire fourth quarter, with'the
Tigers deterroined not' 'to', be
; caught and Jr, College equally
?. as determined not to let the win.
L ners get too far off the pace. With
Cristobal leeding a 13 to 12 final
, period, the Tigers 'moved up into
E a tie with Balboa filch for first
place with a 49 to 41 Win over .j.
Billy Gibson vlasto p scorer for
Cristobal with 10 points.,followed
If by Eddie- rabon and John 93 o s
man each of whom accounted for
9 Tiger markers.

1 7
BOUT POSTPONED t .,, n
LO'ANGELES CCP) To- ;, CPIS Playt Athletic Club ,,'
night's scheduled 10 r ound At Margery. Tonight
bout between Pli, Cadilli-of Los
Angeles and Tommy Tibbs of Bok The 'rivers meet,the Pithlo
ton has been Postponed because fie (lib for the second time this
of illness to,Cadilli, A Pew middle, year, tonight .at 3 o'clock; at.,,..tbo.
weight card featuring Al Williams Margarita gym. Still smarting un
of Lot Angeles and Eloy Tellez of der the effects Of the 62 to. 60
San Antonin,' Tet, was made, up win Cristobal scored over them
a a substituto.,---------.'N' on April 28, the Athletic Club are

determined to evenge themselveaw
Larry! Horine .and lei& Young, ,the
two 'big 'guns of the A.C.five wilt?
expect' -it' little-More help, f, r 0 m
such ,' other welt known,
sect. ring ; e a t s, as Wally
and Ray Nesbitt and will bave -to
get that help if ther ere' to '0ver,.7
come the -Cristobalp4eveti
5doritg ': 4 '4"
, ,
Ieach Brown Announces TOUrne
Toltegin May 22 ,,,'
o
Coach' "Stn'1013110ivn the' CZ.
.limior College' announced onteua;
gain Tuesday night,lhat the
nual Invitationar Batkethed
Towne mint Vitt begins' at (Balboa
on May 22 and Will last': th,rei-'
night& ,The m0E4 outstandilitibatk,
ketball talent from the entire Isth,,,
mue has been entered' forth this
yearly classic ,which- Should'. 'prost'
vide many crowd..pleasing ,c a g
thrills. Service and,,tivilian teairte;:'
from both sides EEt the Isthmus ":
will Particliate with all games
scheduled for the MVargarita gym.
The parings have not, yet, 'b e en 5
announced, but will be in 'the tre:'
ry,near
'" score:

Cristobil High
Sasso
Pabon ,?
Gibson 1-
Boseman
Kirkland
Chin'
Ku lig'

".
':
Jr. College
'Cody
Selby'
, Alexander
Bauman, .1
Arrango
Schnieder
Wright ;a.
Totals

Ciicket

..

PG FS PP
3 0'.1
4 ;i .0'l 9
, IQ.
13 3 3 r, 9. (
, ,3 '0
It, 0 ,12
21'. I 8 49.,.
X' co,
in fg ti Pt tP
2 3 2 7.,
71 3, 4 5
215
t,3 0 -3 6
1 0, 0 2
0 V 0 0
.11, 114 41

Sunday- will be a great daY in
the history of Isthmian cricket,
For the first,time a cricket team
composed entirely ,of East Indians
will meet a team selected by the
Pacific Crieket League, at Parai
" The Hindustani Panama C.
will be led by DIX .Patel a n d
the match is: scheduled to begin
at 12:30 p.m. t
Players selected by the- League
are asked to be' on
, The players of the ,L eagu e's
team from -which eleven men will
be selected:
T. Jimmott F. WilliaMo ,V. Sav.
age, O. Lords, O. Reynolds,, O.
Jacobs, K. Brathwaleo A. Blades, ,
A, Gittens, R. Brown; C.. Pinder,
L. Moore.

SMITH TO CLIBS
SAN FRANCISCO' (UP). The
Pittsburgh Pirates, here tor se,.
ries with the Giants, Tuesday sent
ulility man Paul Smith to the Chi.,
cagoSubs forthe $20,000 waiver,,
price. Smith appeared in 81 games
tor the Pirates last year after a
two-year bitch' in...tbe Army and
batted .253. e '

. :
EAGUE t
L PcL GB
4 .114
6- .625.,- 1 '1"
;:i33
10 'ZOO
8 .500 3
-
11 -..450 4 -
i
11,-450 4 L,
11:
,
York ;,',
:ton 2:,!.
heed ,,,
,
smo), ,
000-5 .. B 0
)0 001-1 13.
egan. 11,
bs, Kemmerer
,., :
ms) '; : ,.
003;-4 7 I 7
;0 21x 11 15 0
1
esko',. Morgan,
mott, T Aguirre
701,1rtney.,, ,; i
r. York,. (post:;
11. (postponed, -,i

-
- Boite
! Monday,,
' Plain
' IV t
begb
The
t noon at
s
; -An a
1 the gam
Sort
ri
,

4 BY Ittn-tO
I, f- t .4 ''
Ec;Inethi4e1 ACT
, i t 't 1, .'',
f I Stan 'rite Mat
' t tidally bi'kuter
i tohaericogard.52itiOnablasil
II t ting clear,out-
i' etikfully sore AA
' k Lew Burdettet
' -- t if
shovou the' Carl
i
' '. Islational,-Liagul
' 1 Iwith a tivehit
s,, n elette had' -alt tof
',' t trig out bt elti1
'''', '', table esdeptSonk
t I Shiggint,:Stat
g r In, truestmt",btf
f tie, droAlti",b
1 ', stith a pstenti
Ile now 'needs',
ard his goal ol
' re yon an. jd
-,4, s'doing in tile
k ,only11 145 poi
1 -, Verest competi
is On Hoak.,
? .-.. I ills' 'Brave,
i 11,, st,rting lie,
i it? -tO Iheir.!t t
tlit
' i' ast night. Miim
t'' Mile in the fit
' ': enering out He
, kittlim barrage
fr, iik4rotr and r,,,,Fr
1 twa h Ws Covim
.
Pr fdilitost of
, 1 Burdttte chir
hits-himself 4n
thirrl victory.
i Milwaukke ot
' kras struck on
1 thrown by relte
' knd although'b
- li hospital; his
.. 1 bot serious,
1 ',The tritraveie
I .i it halt gatne 1)1
ii Chicago Cubs,
.1--d. ..1,,a. ...14-1

t Pe Var61111111Ua avyul ''''' 7! . 7 ri --- 7 -7, League, Gregory, Michaelis and ,Louls Austin. , . '', .. - .. ' -. '. ,',,, -;;- ' - .. . .. : ....,
t ., ... ping ciegr, put of sight;;eri, to- a et Toii-i-iiiiiih-t--,1d-c-ih;i147-- (NI ht G el' I r in) t '', '''' -' lc
or ....,,, : ..'80kii.80b schinldt's,,:itlree' ruN n ------. ,,, .. ...- I ... , ,.- ,, ,. : ,. :, : ,- ., , .-: , ,.... -: -,, , .-. -. Milwaukee ;',6o0 101 001.-9 16 :1 '; : ... ,' '' :. i', 1
, merfellY sore '8-14',et-:- at, ''' .)t; e a homer featured. e, fohrierii Giant i
, Lew,irrdettlt et' the tr a
. LEAD'iNG ' --
.' shoveu thes Can't 'deeper into the uprising in thes,1 0 ii-r.e that '- ,
1
k fintionaV.League teller, last( night stretched San Fraiicisco'Sle ado! .... 4, ,. --
'. oe
,-,,,,,.. ,, .... .. : i I. ' :. . t . ' '. '. i-' '..1 4- '''' .' St. Louis :., '002 000 000-2 ''5 :,1 -- (Night Gems ;.' ''''';' '''
rowas-;,''Fourt .:;::: rat ........,,..,
,. Burdettt ,(3.2) and Crandall. i ,, ... ,,,,,,,,-- ., ..1'...,,,, ,, : '-''', ii., I
.- Wehmeier (0-1), Jackson,. Mahe, Kansas City- itt Baltimore (post.; 7 t
HITTERS
- IA a fivehit 9:2,ivictory. B u r. 8-1. Relieer Ron ,931seitlittirn gayde k;',,,,,,,,.: : .. , ., ,.,,, , t ,, ... , ... , .. . ,. ..... 1. .. ., : ,,, ,,.. ,...
... Muffett and Katt; ', - poned, rain) ,:, ., t '. :1 .. l''
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T Ing c'llt el-11 a ; cour se.; -ad LSclonn-dt Trit. tboblieo' yt i u 11, ,.....-i.''', , .., :'. -1-' 1' --'" ','-'
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' shiggilit ,-stan,,fCtf. and running and itise.Gianteraddett, andther run run,.
,. run,. 4 -, A Da 047,13,3..5; 'ff lat. at bats) '. Knoccou tn,. e atns,--1, it e-,,,- 1 rs Iminate
. tn, cruesi,,et,btr 'eighth hattin,g -, tt..' id' the, same frerni.-, nited' worth.,. : ,.. ., ,; ...,.. L , .. le. ... ... .,,,.
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F.. ile', drofelln,i)otik,..,IL',Ionia,,41l,al "gt,,,,i,'''w,0,, 4. the,: tvialieri':' ,,.' ,!.. .-,-. -,,T-..,,., .. ,. ,, .. ,.. , ,, , ,
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''', b,rith, a Pate...01.-1P,",3ea -ad''. g t2 ' ; 1 ' ' ' .. '',4; ,- 43 AlsA .,, 14 Pct. -- .r B ,k., -,,,I
1
- lie now neetteonlyseVen :hits, to.. tilt ,,,ors,t..01.e.
1 sul let '0' :er4s1141tPfuoil: rueaTfrs'flbniv illIn6i:c;iisne"ede. '2I1
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usuu, i.,'-..1..., Ai ea t',.111r, 00 ',. . t ,..
'' Temple, Cinci. 36 ,59 11-', 22, '..173 -., ,,,,',.. er '' .. )
,, Ir.
.. -0Norld lightweight champion Joe -
,,
. at-1 , by scoring a-TKO over' challenger
t ,, .. ., 1
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'ti,t7leaY'l'as8t al(ljglih! .:: ''''': ''''''' '........1..'' ''''' -.: :.:''''''''' ;.1 ...-1':.1''::.'"' '::...4-4: '.1 v. '''i ''...'":" .: .;:: 1 li I
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k C i 4 16 ,', 66 to 2.5 179 ' -0 ' VI
Mjuustsial Philliea toaA 9 v diet .,' ---- a lac, 1 - :, r 11.... -.--.1 age ace::::'
.,. doing la the batting race, he: is t rannY Hamnerard Sian Lona, mays, s. 4,64,.,-2,2,,,4,6 ,, 6; 33 .372 ;,.. -, .. aise,,,-. ',...-44,!-----.-'--,.. -. ,,, ,f;. ,-,' '"-,' Ralph Dupas in 2:21'in the eighth -... --4. -1.--,--.1-' '' ,- ----;--'. .-,-.. --.. --: s", 1:-", -.7- ,'-'', 4,
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'4' ly" 115 points,. ahead of his e prov.ided the, bard core of Plin Plink
k Plink ', cln o eloloat's 15,-hit attack with three' .1 ,' ". 114, ..,
. ,eareet competitor tinchmat115 ti
1 ,',,,. , ,,. ,, : ,., ,,, .,. hditotsiblapolitenel Ila,atiminneriewhbande a,,, TsAingite' -.
Walls, 'Chf.:4:20',.,11.,,, 3 170 ,,,- :
Clemente ,1011,'19 478 '1 ''' 27 .346 ', '-, ; .,, T- Nos i) an ,, Al .. t 111..0e final-11mnd BrOwn-fore;.' .'.,' ., '' ' '- ... ,'"'..,,.'''' deterMin'ed te''''Ven'S'''Iline's 1. i '' ''' i
itti Hoak , : '' Thomas,i Pt.,., ,20 ed his-opponent to,the :ropes and :: .,.,,,' : .. STANDINGS .. .-, : a ,. Il. mse vesw 1
, ,' ) ,i,' '. -', :.......,' -..1,', .,.,....- ,.., administered terrific punishment ,,,, ..,-...-
, ,, , ... ., .. , Larry! H, orintrend Bill. Young, .the 1
t :-. I Brave wanted ,, little,,time socked a homer andAwn.. Singles. s
, -"a a Torre, Mil.,, ,1',19 ,'''8348 i'448't.':2913 iL'S34425 :1'',''r-':,..7'.''' '.. -... ,,.:,. :7-'1' s
! if stprting ,Iti "e, CardS On t lie lr Carl Thrift,' ileotre KopeE MIXED. LEAGUE ,',,,,:: other 'wifie dear trounced herlife ree times.,,;, ;,' ,.--,,,; ', i,, t. ,,- :-. .,- Teams
, ,.-.,- ..... '.. -, ''' W L Pct. expect4 'Ilttle,'Inore, helpfr 0 m
HaMiteril'Phil,?,-20-; 81 14 27,1333
.. : .' such other' welt ': known,
I ; ior -teIheir,t even straight loas6. A 1
tlit in all of ,1,68. peneert' S.Fee.22 85 12 ,29....,'-.341. ' : - $ :, ,,- ,, ,,,-,,- A, ,,''' ''' '''' '''''2"' ,'"t ',.2 '' i:' high S.I'it'jliM 40 '.',,the canvas 4,,,,', interscholastic Basketball :' '. tWo 'Mg 'guns of the A,C-five, will,
,-nge-el:. rOne with l'"-threcrunr lobik,,,, st 1.-.t., 16'1, 63 6.,4, 21 333 ., 2 ., ,; ,,', '', partner when Jane Bonb tallied ,,, Referee Jimmy,Webis; stopped ,Cristobal High...- .' ',.-',3 1 '758,
, i ati night milenuke Clinched tb homer ','-in the. third. Rookie bine,' ,,.,,,,, 7 ,. ,;-.. r.,;It. ,,,-,: .1:: .. ,, Teams - ', :,i ,Vi L 516.. Unattached Carl, Bouden ler the .unequar 'match -es,1'. Dupes Balbea ,High .':.: .; 03
L'.,41. ...1)7050() saTicirinRgaY4Nhe'rsbritat'l:d"' Magi 411aWveallit. .. I
, rune in the first inn rig by ahm- ldeballer'Fr.ed Kipp suffered the -,,,1 AmitegleAft. t,,EiGue .:- Choppers ,., .- 1 ,'"-,,, 44 2$ the -rolled a big 53a scratch. remained completeix ',;detense. Junior College '' .,' '', ;
.I., ,-, get that help -1r ther ere te 'over."
'. ,: otering out Herm Wehaleiet in a- itrat.il 4 '' i',',', :',:,, ,- '' '4,,i, ,:, ',;. -.. ,.1 ,it,,-',-,,;,.1,,, '. The Heavenly Daze ,',.' ,41 31 and' .560 handicap en& HaL-fWise less;, unable to raise. his arms... .,,i -' ..,' ,-', '.'-,, i,''.- -" -'.''',
-! -. nicrun, barrage. Doubles bi:lialll tovar ist the' American League, verimlitt-ikte.,,,,ly ,is10 '18 :.400 ,Liii Pirates ,,,',- -;,',, ,', 40 32 walloped, :556. L.,,,t,,:,,,,, 1,.i.:,,,;,,,, ,k,,. .,..,.7 ,,A,, However, .41'--dissppointed :pupas :,?" --.T-1-ruesday's Results ;.--,,,,... enin the 'CristObalP4eVes1 'balance
.1,' .., mretr and ..,,Fraide Torre a 1 nn it, Detroit-40nd mashingtmk,slin. a twi skowreivIkl.y),14',- 55 7 21 '.382 Seib Amigo : .": "''', ',. 38 33 :' '" i -4 ',,,..aaid i ',his dressing rOant -after ,',. C.H.S.'.49, JC. 41. s.:'. I .i'' '.' ',''' 01-860.rhIL ''',' )""''''' "I '4. 1,''' '''.'"'',.
bill. t'he Gigers taking 51cDoug.,N.Y.,..14-54, 8 ,,-2e,.370 Moonshiner l'.,,,,, ,,.,' ,,, .37 35 Las Pirstss .2 Sfis millos, 2 the bout,' Ile surprised me with ; -, - ..,., .. ,, .., .... ..
ISecit Brewn ..Announc'es l'eur-m-Y.:
0
' twl h Ws Covington's two.rtin hoot.' nightlwin
br TerTrinst Of' thrtiatilarer''''' file-170110slee.-Xf;'. and the Seantors 80biesen,Balt. 16 54 7 20 .370 SkYrockets -'. .''34 35 ,- ,,, ... - ,, '. ,.. ,,, a lucky, punch. I -don't knoW why .. - Tonight's Game 'e.'
, ,-- 8,erdttte 'chipped. la Witt thrre the nightcap. Ili. , '. ', -., cery, K.c. le 6o 211' 22 7' .367 SkYrockets .., '' '34 '38 Las:week the 'tar VI:etas mas. they istopped the fight.',,; :., .. ,':Athietic club vs Cristobal', Iligh :,:'; ';''':', 1.0 Bailin, Mal 22 '4'2. '--,,' 1
bite-liimeelf ln coasting: trt,,,,,b1-8, -.The solit kept -the Santoro-- In LollarrChLY,,,
le 45',, 5-'16 ":356 Six Lushes' ,, .' ', t' ,33 38' Sacred their OpPonents, ,.but,,. this '',413rown had- this,- to say 'When ft (at Margarita) r-', ''.,. '' -'''-!. ..- '''''' ' '-', -,, :' 1
' thirrl victory. , ,' al ', 41
second,mlare. P VPMe behind the Nixon, ,Cle. 14 47 5 16 .340 QueStion erica ,.I.:. ,,.: ,, week' they ran- into an e n e my ,,' ..1 Coach''''StieTS 0 -C1
i Milwaukke outfiefer Bob Earle le-.110,1.,.0 yank...L. ., ,, ,,
Martin, ,D,et. 13' 53 6 18 .340 Ochos ,. 1 : 28 44 which was not scared; The 'Tire 'Tire.
. 'Tire. : --,41 ,,,.. ,.., ...,..... nual XX, Anvitational' Batketball
was 'all ever.:',"1 thought'we wete c,u.'.--.- .i., ....-., ::' 1-- :,. town rthe .. .1
Tournameht.Via begiSi et .(Balboa .
' king struck on the ead bY a Ditch Rene Tiertola. soueht by the Sen. Pearson,Wash' 17 56 8 3,' 19 .339 .'- ...t, '' : -. k' '' 2 ) tas learned that you can't ,', trust on even' terms-up' to the' seventh --....: Tomorrew's Game '' .: Jimior College' announced nee-4m.;
round., Before,. the ', eighth ',started '- Balboa High vs Jr. College (at gain 'Tuesday .flightthat' the elf., ;
. thrown by reitever Larry Jackson liera Pil ,erriee. leall "IP onener Runnels,- Boa. 19 78 8 '26 .333 ChoPPera'48k7rackata ,, ;.:.''' their' Seis Aniigos.'; The friends mrtreinerjeld line, .,Thiii is the Balboa) ..,,-..
, nnd although 'he WaS Ternalred to for Detroit. with ,the first strand. Fox, Chi.' 15 63 '. 6 21 .333 -: ', ; disarmed the auccorright in the round.t, L'ater 1 eaught 'min With 2 -; .t-,',:', ..,- ''''' : .. 1 :,: .'1.,
. Is 'hospital; his,'Injury waik. called slam homer of his career' in a Nieman, Balt.. 14 39 3 13, .333- The Chimpers milled away from first, gaMe by comiog out On 1 top
I
-, of ketball talent from the entire Isth., 1
--- N . '.., the other niocteams.,When Ithey' by 80 pins. This was good' enough
1 -: hot serious, , ,,.. fiverun first inning against Cami :. ,, nights. The most. Outstanding,'Ibas.;', ,, 1
St left :hook while Dupes was, ex. :::. .: .8y TREVOR. SIMONS "',.: on May, 22 And 'will last, t II; ei ,t 1
pecting a' right." '',.''','. ,,,,N ', : : .: :4- :-:: : ' '' ':-:' ''' -2
. Last night's
1 ,t, The itirraves' victory-knot them loPPascual .' Frenk Lary, Ditched .i. ,', HOME RUNS ,. alone caPtured all four, point,en, folr il split, inasmuch as Las Pira
. ., now have a cusision.,, of t h r e e tas .wielded their, cutlasses for: a straight ,light. twhiles'elhhaein'' rssrrhcitillagstigcalSmasket: mue has been entered- forth,, t.liis;''
.1 b ball game bthind the sottpedup a villain game for the !leers, giv
J Chicago -Cubs, who ,'.held .on to hie, un 13 bito aro; strikine NATIONAL LEAGUE
o u t ' ' points on the runnertipC The initial nine-pin win and later looted a 22 wo by k '
pfiooqu r, htah t'llIenctuhrreenlotwienstte
ball campaign;,the, Tigers from yearly classie.tyhich,,nhonki., ,I
pros-, ''
i n a aY0o. 1,-- -,-, ',,,,;y: 4
first place vrith a 5t victory over &ht. He. Ind e sindout until ,the 8 encounter was easy for the, Chop. advantage.. .. '. ,. , .:- JAM' joe, 31,:. and nine ,- years CristohaLlligh 'downed Jr. Col. vitie many crowd.pleasing ,c a g st ", ",
I Walls, Cubs
- pers, but in the next twd games, ,,',, ': ,,, ..--, ,' ,
' t
I UM Cincinnati Rediegs. -, ,,-, nin li when 1r,l,lin'yoet tinomered. : Thomas, Pirates 9 older 'than Dupasoient. his:z, rival lege by, a 49. tti 41 count, t h ii s thrills. Service andtivilian teante:,, ., 1
i 4 Southpavt TaylcePhillips, '.:whe It:Wiis an.entirely different !to. Satier' Giants ;,-.. '-,'' :. '. 8 ',-' h h II II Again the ladies were hard at
t ey ad to. ea on a fu mea.
; i7 f di DtBd
8 sure, of their' hoWlitig talents, be. ork,, nen y o a ge
r out. to. the. canvas' for a' nine count in 'handing ,the '; ratter their fourth from both' sides of the-..' Isthmus': ',
' came to the Cubs: le' a ,., muchlY ry in i lie- eirditesn. waehingtnn .. Cepeda., Giants'A - .... :, will Particilate' -with' all N games ,.
the 'last stanza with a hard right consecutive defeat..''' '''''
" Braves kno ke
, i- eriticized deal with the c d out Jim Bunning,,Iti, the Mathews, -Bravest, I,. 7 catise in the mid A game t h e y glassed her ,man 'with her ,...05.
to the head,,,,,,,..,,,,:, 4.,,,,,1 ,, ,, ,,,L:,,,,,, 1, ....,,The loss eliminated Jr.2 College scheduled for the MVargarda gym.
i fast winter; stowed the Itedlegs 0-ermyt temnit find, s0,1.f,iTdokie ,, ,, ,:- ue z d b 8 ins a d in the Helen Martell broke. into, the 5C
sn e e y p n
I five- hitt., The ubit,'' Wee n. Hal Griggs, checked the TIgerron '-' AMERICAN LEAGUE elite r nd th -h
last fracas the difference was 15. go Y, s .saying e' onor ,, : . t
! The challenger went down for from,. any-mathematical -possibili- The parings have not, yet -.1) e et 5-
. ,, ,, ,. , , of the men Dick Leslie scored Paw' second time tor, 19h see.,,
-, ty of successfully defending their announced,' but -will be in ''th v '''
, a it
I fie, peeked away' at loiter ',level bits. Clintv Courtney, pared e -, -, ',., , ,, ,' , r ' ' ' ' t ' 1
tball am i shi won ,'. in 17,near future 'I.., !,- 2 A ,, A .
' rooks Lawrenee end .. Johnny the 'Serators',,,, 15-hit attack'. with Cerv, Athletic's '..',' ',' 8
F
The three men did the 't r I c k 502.. Aboard the- Pirate r sloop ends in the some round a f,t e r baske ch p en p ,, ,, ., ,,, .-
4 with Alex Stirling starring with Pirate Princess. Pat r d 514
absorbing ',a series of rights find ; 1957 ,antl placed the final decision 4 .. ' '.. ; ,),,....., 1, ....,-J.t.,4 r ,,n1
. lipostein for pine, including three twn double0' Sett' it Single'. ''',;'' 'Jensen, Red. Sox. '' .,' p ize
7- lefts.-; ,,. -,' -, .. ,,,, e ' squarely on, the outcome of ..., the :" The, tont 'core! '-'-'' ''' '.' i $';,.'
h if t J
ht behind him was Don ver er s ipma e ack (arter s 0: ,- -1,
y Dale LOngVi---:r Rain, which has been deluging Brown, Indians ,.: ,,-: 4 529. Rig ..,,,,. . ,
i After kettiiit'iiii'h '''':' S drc, third BalboaCristobal gaine ached '','''' ': r' "- i''''..,''.' '-',---t '''.......- -,;',.
Caldren 528 and tagging a 1 o n g au. - ., o, , , e wa p.,
The-San- Francisco Giants beat the east the last five Iles's... wash. ;Williams, Red Soi",'.. I'. t 3 Cri f
uleci for Margarita on May,13.,, ,, s obel Hlgh --'-'., PG PS PP-
ihe Pittsburgh Piretes, 8-8, dtspite 'al -out: filmes between, the v, an. '.' Lollar, white sox ': '-'; 3 w- - , ped again with, a right hook. ,. He,
la Sal Latmidara -who liquidated ---,-,", -- ., -:,,, .- ,
i Six Lushes 2 Moonshi 2 raised to' his feet end' a the h '
, 3, 513 pins off the lanes. The Sky. ,,, . , ners ,, s,, e ,m,, : ,,
Junior College'sloss was ',More Sasso , .. -, 3 0' '1 6
i a barrage of our ihome runt- by: keel; 'and Indiaes,,' the", ,ethieliel, Maris, Indians 1.
, 3 rockets who fizzed 'and filmed but ' : -, , ,,,,
', pion gonnectett with 'e stmgring, thari, Just basketball s game., for , . 1 0 g
,, the losers. The Pirates tied' a ma- ape -nriolei. and ;Ole -:. Red Sox Minoso, Indiana
3 -: 3 could not rise
into the ivin col. In a' handicap circuit it ii most blow to. the -'etuni L.,the a r b i t e r a c amplons IN hey, might- also ,. ,.. ,. , .,. ,, 4, 21. 10.
h '' If 1
' i '-',...-.!-,,,,,,, 1., ,, , : 4 anti White Sm.., .1. .. Sievers, Senators L., umn had Shen ShePherd 530 and unusual to. have teama sporting broukht, allii1V, to' proceedings ,, have lost the. services of t,h e ir Bnseman: '., ,,!'...., 3 '3 3 r, 9..
: i i ,x,,, ,:. ,, - -It -, " Triandos, Orioles 3,-, th 'd t 1 b Each f ht '' ta D Al nder ho suffered Krrkland. i- "'-'''.--- ''3 1 '' 1 A 7
, - 3 Chuck James 512. :, e 1 en Ica everages ut ,,, that: :. ig er,. weighed 134 s r, on exa w
9, ,41 et Skowron, Yanks' : , .. was the situation with the S i x Pounds 4 '1. i' -, ..' a, sprained ankle- with one minute Chin' .'', .2 ,,' 3 0 1 6
f, 11 Cl....;;..1,1"eVA.,.., .6;1..1...I.e....L.-. ..11.- ea ... i ', , ',

IMA, 1113U vile eia game anti it was
'. good enough for the TP, where. .. ,,-, ucaudy WWI, 3- gitiltr:
1 Center Theatres, Tonight Ir 77 7-' 7 7 ""' "11" NATIONAL LEAGUE
Question Marks 2 Intonsist 'nl'Ill
e oyai 7 In a freak accident, in :wh eh til,a g i. 0 3 .r- q,21: 7 8 49,
, '- ,,, ,, Cepeda, Giants 19 .. , , b:' as, the Lushes had to land two , lexander losi, his balance and foot, ' :' : ,' ' ,
,
- 1
' k, , Walls, Cubs 18 the J.C. ace paractially sound. Jr. College ,.,:z. ,,,, fe fi pf fp 1
BALBOA 1:1 & I.00 ENTERTAINED' IN MOSCOW -.. Thomas, Pirates 18 Although ,the 41Dateyy winnin eff
-are in g orts. .
- the runnerup spot and Question Hurler la om ar o
Gs II 'b' sl- ed the death knell for his team. Cod. ,rv .,. 2 3 2 7
"THE TALL 1" 0). '.',,, ,( 18
LONDON (UPk-According to a Spencer, Giants
Marks in the' ninth north of the At least in this match the male' !, ..,,,,,,,, ,, He had scored 15 Points In the Se Y ,- ; ,,,, -.,,, .1 3 4 5
, 1' Tass agenpy' report, the touring Mathews, Braves 18 sex Oreserved the honors for their silo-. ,-. k first half to boost his season total Alexander 4,-. ....f, ,..,,,, 6 '3 2 15
, , loop the two teams toed the line Pll h' T.
1 c es ., .
tio-flitter
.. U.S. basketball team was enter- ' ,' '-',-- species because th I to 96 points in-four games or' an Bauman, -,-.,-, ,,,,, ,,r, ,,3 0 3 6
about even -", with the Question ey al owed on on,
, on, DIABLO HTS. lf:00 tained at a reception in Mosco AMERICAN LEAGUE
w y one doll to score over 50 but ...,4., , ,' average of 24 points per game.- Arrango - 3' 0'
Marks getting only ;three p i n s 'I S h d .- '''' ''''-'- ' 3 $
' "FORT Tr ,,,, Tuesday night by the Basketball '24
' Cerv,, Athletics ,f
handicap. With averages about e the male superiority was tainted GfijrW.YORK,,May 11 (UP)--tob Cristobal Htgh and Jr. 'College c !lie er, ,; ,."1,, I lr 0' 0 2
' Section of the U.S.S.R. and the Carrasquel, Indians 14
ven the fur started flying quite because Corky Boyle botteled 522 Wright ..' ,., :- 0 0 0 0
iallombardoof the Montreal Roy. appeared headed for another .s of ..
, ',, -- 4;4,,,,, Committee- for Physical Culture
GAUN' '. ,',., Skowron, Yanks ,,,, 13 ',,,
' "" and Sport. ,,,' ' Vernon, Indians ., ., 12, early.when the, Questions won un- .,,,, P.
the to s for the match and her sis is a jewel ,of iticonsistene the now COITIMOIP homestretch Totals i ., 11, 114 41
,
"ZOMBIES OF MORA TAU" ..-...-.. Minos, u 7 ', pins -'They' "A
indiang 12 q estionablr( by 3 oonsniner teammate, Al Hume, e six- oo rig 4 bander, who thrillers battling evenly for the ,
,
40 was right in her shadows' w i t h compiled a 21-6 w n-lost record at first half of Tuesday night's game. . ,', . '
' continued their 'success by
, CHANGE IN RACE ',. 1. ,' '. Jensen, Red Sox ., 12 521. For the Lushes it Yvas an Reno last year, has had four de- ollege led 13 to 12 at the end ti
' pins. With this 77 maple deficit, ,ac lc lcMARGARITA
MARGARITA lcMARGARITA -6:15 & 1:20 BRESCIA, Italy p)-- T h e the outlook was not so bright for all mee'performance, Dail t KOCS. CiSiOnS thus far in the Internation- of the first half,-but the Tigers '' ' -'
, . T , 'Mille Mem (1,000 miles). auto ,..-1 -,--- -'---;------"". the Heavely Daze, but they put on ter 516, John,Beler 50 and Jack al Leagut-,-2 wins and. 2 losses.'; overcame this, lead, and posted a -,, -.- -- - -,4,--, ::-'-:-, i----
, EDDIE CANTOR' STOBY7 race has been-postponed from. '''' ''
: ''''''": LEAD' NG 7: a rally to overcome not only the Mggen sbb ,- ' . , In ,Ins first start, Giallombardo 1-point- advantage, of theii own at' ' w t '' ''' ''
,
' June 7-8 to June 21.22 and Will be 1 shortage but got six more pins to '',' '' 4 ' ,- ', wasrshelled from the mound in half time, 23 to 22. In one of nc ce ews ''
,
' CRISTOBAL , 710, run over a new., mountatu course win the last game and ,the TP Hi Handles 3 Ochos 1 i'''.- i the Second inning, but he bounced the most even spreads ef scoring ,
,
a week later'to pitch a one-
thi
, ,,, s year.. The race, which .. ..,
' P ITCH ERS marker. The Heavenly Daze was - ever displayed by Cristobal, the , - ' t -, r
'FIRE DOWN BELOW" chi
med nine lives last year, and - -,',.- blessed with plenty of 5C series. Unless the Ochos spark up they hitter. Six games later he- start- Tigers Quickie oiled on a 10 point ' - -, i----, n 4 k ;::
.N 28 in all during the past 19 years, -; ' ,,-. ''' '' ' 7, All the feminine heay 1 bod
, en y les ,,
will have to thange their title to ed again and for the second time
, ,, lead is the i qua er pro-
thrcl rt ',-,' '' "'
Sunday- will be a great d 'I
sy n
- iez, because that where they. waE' shelled out. .4,
' PARAISO 6:15 & 9:05 will be run,over a-winding moon. PITCHING ,' accomplished this. : ' gressed. With Codv and 'Bauman the history of lath k t
mian cm e
tain ,course (abbut 984 miles) thii ,,, NATIONAL LEAGUE , ' i are in the league; tenth. The ', 0 Last nightGiallombardo set To. h I It f 3 C th
' It The Man"Dovin" end 4
chos howeverare the foundation ronto down on just two hits and taking up t e s ac or e For the first,time a cricket team
year. Podres,' Dodgers 4 0 1.000 Jinny Hassler again had reason esme Colleoe fiehters remained in composed eat' I f E t I di
ire y,o as n ans
"Honey Chile".7:30 only ,, , , , of the league because they. are was,in complete command all the
,
' e ..., Elston, Cubs i, -- 4- 0, 1000 to gloat over Hubby Bruce 531 ., to i st ve ints off at
the race, ,u se .n, po will meet a team selected by the
, ifAERICAN ART POPUL Spahn, Br Yes 4 0 1000 52e. Betty Rose
a gave the s a e
holding up the teams above them. wa3r as the Royals seored an easy t of he third stanza when
he end t Pacific Crieket League, at Parai
SANTA CRUZ titl$,& 1:00 ' : L Purkey, ,Redlegt 3 0 1000 treatment, to, ber lessee i half Ra 7 0 Victor The wi ke t t o
,. , , Y. n p he It y.
th scoreboard read 36 to 29. ''', so.
, ) ?' LONDON (UP) -- Moscow ra M, ormick Giants 2 0 1000 502 i
. cC pit 520 to And Conn e Banks ...
The Ochos started out all right als atop the league standings and e
Both teams raced evenly' f o r ..
" The Hindustani Panama C-C
"HELLCATS of TilE NAVY' dio reported that more than 160, ,,1 4,---- -r4 v c
, .., lassed her bossman 515 to feen win 'I d d th M 1
rung oy 26 pins, but, t h e i r roPpe e ap e Leafs ,-six
rter with'the
the entire fourth aua will be led by, DIX ;Patel a n d --
, 000 persons visittd an exhibition ''- AdERIe
...AN LEAGUE sored),In the Question Marks n.
luck gave out,, and Hi, Handles games off the, pace. ;'
Tigers ; deterrnined not, 'to', be the match is: scheduled to ,,- begin
,
CAMP BIERD 11:15 & 1:55 of pictures and drawings by Harshman,' Orioles 4 0 ) 1.000 , i! picked up the second game by In' the only other ganie pl3red;
caught and Jr, College equally at 1230 p m , ,.! ,'t ,
1 .-
- American pa titer ockwell ent Turley, ,Yanks 2 0 1.000 ,.
' I '11 'X
. k ;,,, 112 pins, and in the finale the 111 the Columbus Jets defeated the .
"Thun 0 Ari
der ver zone a as determinol not to let tne win,. Players selected by the-League
which closed itt Leningrad IVI Garver Athletics 3 C 1000 ' Bandies became quite hand will Miami ,Marlinst 54- lis lefty oe
is:;The Red Menace" 7:35 WY 'd T ' ''''g ' rut III 11"11111 8111 9 th 27 h Y. G'b d h d t 1
- ay. he exhibition opened at t e Grant, Maria 3 0 ,1.000 .,,, eir ine pumpkins and woe i son evene is recor a 1.
ners get too far off the pace. With are asked to be'on time,,
, ,,,m.,......... Hermitage Museum on March 14. ( 1 tied at 2.0). - '. nplut-1 III, a ite handily by 57 pins to gather with the aid of some fine relief Cristobal leading a 13 to 12 final ,, The players of the 'Le a g u e's
... 1-2. T .-2 L -------- re 2 el 2 ,.; tkri hAb 'N nava ntsgyari 111, ;ran f navy, 4lotsyt, .111,1Ah alattos. sv... ;11

rted out all right,
lins, but their
and Hi Handles
econd game by
the finale the Hi
quite handy wih
impkins and won
57 pins to, gather
n the victory cot cotes
es cotes the two strong
and Dick Allen
- with 534 and.513.

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GIVE I LA NOVIA DE "'')' -4 Y1111 IL Istanwyet 1 -- Him rurusasts munst r 111".""16 16110111 .1
a 'A gNam viy Aunn. tri Angeles and Tommy Tibbs of Boa.' The 'rivers wiji meet the Athlo. Ines WILI1 tne Wants, Tuesday sent
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TO DEFEND TEENER CHAMPIONSHIP IN U.S. Here-13 the team picked' to defend the liational Teener Baseball Cham Championship,.
pionship,. Championship,. sponsored bY the Veterans of Foreign- Wars, at Hershey, Pa., in Atignst. Back row, left to right: Coach Bob Ness,'
Brian LutZ,' George Cotton, Gary Ness, Johnnie Bateman, Pita nk Ammirati, Doug Pajak, Dewey Whittaker, Bobbie Fortune
and Manager Irl Sanders. Second row: Mike Klipper, 'Kenny Pearl, Sal Gerardi and Curty' Scharzrock; Front row,: Bud
Batcheldor, Buzzle Rathgeher, and Larry Wilder.. Foreground:, Bat Boy Philip Sanders. ,-, :

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- Another of a series of "speci,
al" boxing programs is on tap at
the Notional Gym Sris,
, In Ono feature match Baby Oul
ros, who has used
champ for eight yearsi, defetids
his crown against Victor Aspri.
ila in a schodulad 15 roundort
and In 10roundor, also billed
z es a mein evonto, foatherweights
Tito Marshall and Roberto, Mu.,
rills moot 4n tubbor matii1):
Owes was decisioned in non
title bout by promising Lorenzo
- Samuels fivo months ago in the
formally les411PPearonco,Bakrt
that bout the champion had bean
' Inactivo for amoral years.
Marshall t and hove
tneet twice Wore, sash holding
a vordict over theother
A fourround preliminary W.
hveon Sarafin Garcia drid Ger.
man Aguilar templates Sun.
, day's card.

,USARCirib' Schol!s'
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P6111 iii::34; 6:5

TtleVSARCarib School's six- --.
foot plus center John Foster es.; r
' tablished what may, well -- be an V
allintime scoring record in the Ar., ,t
'lir Atlantic Company I.,vel bas- 1
, etball tournament last week by
sinking 40 points In only three Itt
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quarters of,play. .;,
', 'Foster and his teammate Don
1Iyers,'who racked up 20 points,
accounted for 60 of the School's
69-point win over Navy 1-Labor
Defensse Unit's 25. Foster's scoring
will limited by his only being al allowed
lowed allowed to play three quarters be-
cause of an ankle injury received I
earlier in the season.
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', In' othetl games last week Na- l'.,'g
Vy IIDU led by Dave Lelock's 15 .,.$.
points defeated the 764th AAA Bat.
talion's Battery B Pacers. 'an Ar- 1
tillery duel between the 764tles A
and. B Batteries saw A Battery 1
take an overtime thriller 59-58. ;
, 'Thursday night's action at the I
Davis Gyni,, pitted a powerful C : .",.,
Company, ist Battle Group,' lOth I '''--
Infantry, against the 549th MP t- l't
' Company, witk C Company taking" 1,'
a 61-26 win. Thursday night's it
'- nightcap' saw' JWTC, eke 'out a 44 it
tit 42 win over Navy Galeta Point. ,,--i,
IT -,,, 0 v ,t, 0 , 0 -, ,14,
Willie Hipps led a Battery with ,' ..
26 points in Wednesday's game of F
the week thriller. A Battery got r
oft to a fast start racking tin 15 1,
- points to the B Battery Pacers 9
in 'the' first stanza. Half time, ,
found both teams tied up '27 all.
The third ouarter found 'A' ;gat '
, tery- out.front on a 39-37 scote.

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-',The all-important fourth periorl
, saw, B, Battery out score A Pe Pe,,
,, Pe,, tery and tie the. ball game up 6:3-
. 53 as the whistle blew requiring
overtime play. ',This, time A Bat Battery
tery Battery chalked up one more
than the ,Pacers and that brought
s the victory to- A- Battery, 9-51.

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PEDRO MIGUEL
Next unday Mar 11 the Pedro
.r"mel c'tn Club will hold a SO
Target 'Do yourself" first e:
, vs; ik of 25 targets from 16 yards
VII oe'erro'ze the shooters handl,.
,ean for the seoni evnet of 75 14,1'4
--isoAsstUsna I ,ontionals- and- -self ser..,
vice refreshments. hon,..1 that
- enr,1011 r.." nre
sent to hold a CZTA.,

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LOCAL LINKS 'PRODUCT- -- Sandy Hinkle of. Balboa is a
member of the Duke University golf team this year. The Blue
Devils, playing for their first season on the new $250,000 Duke
Golf Course, are undefeated in theirfirst eight matches. E.
(Dumpy) Hagler coaches the Blue Devils.

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'THE LAST OBSTACLEMarine Sgt john Tibbets dune
desperately to his mount irt fast-runnig, rain-swollen Sal-,
,ado Creek after, coming a cropper at the last, obstacle of the i
rugged Fort Sam Houston, Tex., coursb. The 25,000-meter',
cross-country eltent of the International Modern Pentathlon
produced' thrill and spills. Sergeant Tibbets wag a mem member
ber member of the United States B team which finished second.

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MERICAti

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Ciicket

, By H. F. MIGNOTT
in meet the most exciting fin.
ish to a cricket tui4eit stage ileee
in many years, the Excelsior cric cricket
ket cricket cluo noseti out we ,OLAULittiti
c.C.9 winning the game and the
Atiautic side championship, by
scores of 100 to Ss at RiOtiht lope
last bunday, It" was a fitting ea.
max to a highly Suctessful sea season,
son, season, the keynote of whim was tne
keen compeatt a provided each
week by the evenly matched con contestants.,
testants., contestants., ,

' For the Midland C.C., sentimen.,
tat favorites DI the majority of toe
spectators in me jam packed st,ii
alum, it wag an heart rentling loss
as they came within three runs
(C annexing the club4s first tro trophy
phy trophy in ten years of competion. I
On the other hand, jubilation
reigned in the Excelsior camp
when apparent dcs-lit was turned
into sudden victory. The decisive
play of the game was performed
by Ashton Campbell, who bowled
and caught the last wicket Aind
was immediately lifted high on
the shoulders of the triumphant
Excelsior fans.
In compliling their 100 ruhs, the
starring Excelsior batsmen were
M. "Abdul" Hinds (26), K. Grif.
fish (23), M. Brown (11), M. Perch
(21), and George Smith (3 not et).
Time run.outs also eatured the
inning. Midland's bowling aver.
ages read: H. Dunn-1 fpr 38, H.
Walcott-0 for 8, L. Thorne-1 for
10, V. McCalla-2 for 10, t. Me.,
Kenzie-5 for 20; ald H. Haynes
1,-1 for 6.
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', Midland's inning Opened with L.
Thorne and Haynes, who contribut.,
ed nand 12 runs respectively,
before losing their wickets.'V. Mc,
Calla nekt tallied 2, B. Baker-13,
Ce S. Hewitt-3, E. 1
Wade-2, and E.' Walcott,-2. At
this point in the game the score
was 7 !or 47, and Excelsior seemed
headed' towards an easy victory,
Huntley Dunn,liti incoming bats
man,' apparently had other ideas.
and immediately proceeded to at
tack the bowling. Partnered with
111. Walker (21 and E. McKenzie
(7 not out Dunn, had connceeted
for 39 runs, including seven
"fours" viten,- in a forceful at attemn
temn attemn at a winning stroke, he, was
brilliantly caught by bowler Camp.
bell who, as mentioned above, be became
came became the hero of the day.
- The steady and relentless bowl bowling
ing bowling attack sent down by Camp.
hell for 42) and Ken Griffith (6
for 23) dominated most to the
Midlfind batsmen and wa4 the de deciding
ciding deciding factor in the Excelsior vie.

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Alen' g The Fairwavi
GOLFING GOIMID ItIMNI THE
, AMADOR LADIES
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The Amador Women's Golf As-'
sociation,held their semi' annual
luncheon May 1, with nineteen
members attending. After the
' lunch, the beautiful silver pri7es
were awarded to winners. of the
Annual Handicap and the Ringer
Tournaments. In addition to a
shiney new golf ball at Ahe place
settings each participant in the
"Name Your Own Handicap" tour tournament
nament tournament played that morning, re received
ceived received a prize.
At the business meeting Ethel
Perantie and Jean Sullivan were
voted chaairman 'and co chair chairman
man chairman as of July 1, 1958. Also, sev several
eral several members mentioned that our
golfing gossip wasn't being print..
ed by both newspapers Must see
about that!
This luncheon was-also farewell
to several golfers who leave
'thirtnonth and in June-Bon' Vor
age and Happy Golfing to Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Hastings, Rene Isbell, Ruth
incoln, end Marge Sewell.

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For the third and final time this
season the basketball teams from
Balboa High and CZJC will tangle
n4 the Balboa Gym hardwood on
Friday night. There will be a pre
liminary game between the BHS
JV and a group from the Amine
College starting at 6 p.m. with
the varsity gamt ge:ling underway
shortiv after 7
In the two previous meetings be:'
tween the cliihg the high itehoolers
have come off with vieories, one
baing eomola.'a rote anti the
other about a 9 point difference.
Junior College hasn't won a
game this year in the school con.
oetition and haa onlv ,two more
chances. Thia will nrobably mean
that they will 'be flahtilio harder
'hal) evar to take this game from
tho Bulldogs.
It might prove tO be a very dit:
Actin trisk for the collegians, for
'11 rosvints Ntatils PI thole oar.
Don Alexander, Is unknownHe in

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jured his snide in the game a.
vainst CHS last Tuesday. Without
this young man the Devils are mi
nus their best ball play and only
real scoring threat However, play
Pig an entire half against Cristobal
with Alexander on the sidelines,
the J. C. boys made a far better
showing than even tht most optint.
iste bad hoped for
As far as is known the Bulldogs
will be at full strenght They won
a tight game from a vastly int.
proved A. C. quintet 'Tuesday night.
All the BHS boys SAW action in
this game, and 't --was a major
step in the direction of strenvol'en.
ing their bench, which is already
the stronget in the league,.
, This is an important game for
the Bulidgos, for theY must vvin
it if the,y have any hopes of a
eh a mpionsi p. Overconfik
ence could itill them at this stago,
of the 'game. To drop this game
would mean the most they conld
hone for would be a ,tie, and this
only if they can defeat the Tiffers
at Marlarits next week. If they
can. win these nest two games it
means the chamnionshio outight.
Coach lart7 Horine, who has
taken over for the Bud Hurin,
will probably start the same five
boys who have borne the brunt
of the ovork for the 'Does all sea season.
son. season. This would mean Gary Alex
ander, Pio Delgado. RoY Culbreth
John Morris,' and Raul ittarbara ittarbaraBacking
Backing ittarbaraBacking them up will be Tont Cun
ningham and f A. Nahmad, both
having seen' considerable service
this year. Should tt be necessary
to didn snY further into the bench
there will be Harrell Womble and
Abel Lagassie readyto go. I

Tony Anthony;Makes
Successful, Debut - -,
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Into Heavy Ranks,'
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'NEW 'YORK (UP) Ilaving
failed in one era& at the light
heavyweight title, Tony Anthony
now wants te campaign exclusive.
ly in the heavyweight division.
t the '', 23.year old New 'Yorker
tested his punching' power against
a legitimate heavyweight for the
first time Monday night, flatten
ing Aide Miller of GPSOnia, N.C.,
in the sixth round of their widely.,
televised figh,t at St. Nicholas
Arens. s- ', ,,, ,
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Toni, in the heavyweinht picture 'l
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I saw Ernie Brace, Anthony't non.
k Neer. "ye max, not be resdy fpr
Floyd Patterson ,now.' but, one
yeer from now ho will be."- c
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Miller's 7914, but Brect cialMs ,.
"Tony will be Up to 180.185 in a
few monthe.", ... ,
' "Re's still putting on welnht."
added Rraca, who PRill A10110,11,
will fight Orville Pitts at licle,m.
kee, 'June 5. Ana then would like
to take on Willi liesmanoff,',,
, In scorine his 25111 knockout to
:ill two fights, Anthony ,,drormed
Miller for a six count knockdown
in, Ow third mond, Ifinded,29 coo.
secutive, nunches in the fourth :
and then floened-he rhooko Cs. ,-
rolinian ittufer "motility' bgrrage at
1:41 of the sixth session. ,' '
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3111adr IrsPiesd kfgorwn 'the Bulldog's s,' ; ,: .,..,....,..
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be at full strenght. They won .' ' h7 ......-
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ved A, C. quintet 'Tuesday night. , , , dr I i
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p in the direction of strewIv:en. '
their bench, which is already APPEARANCE : : :
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stronget in the league., , ',. , ..; t rt.lifir---1. ,-.3.,m,,,,. -I)
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11,lBsullsdglons,imfoPrtr thaenYt mgauniste walnr 1 ''' : elf."' "d14..' "..."4-''e ' '. ,." r...,rs .. .,., ,.., ,A,. ,,
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did') snY further into the bench
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'NEW YORK (TIP) Having ' '..
siled in one crack at the light i 1 i '''' ''''''''''.7.'''''''' ''''': '''''''''';' '' ."' ' 1 ' .I '1, .4i'... ,:' :.....1,
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the ', 23.year old New 'Yorker .' ..' ''' 5 ' ' ':'. ..
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mted his punching power against .:''. ',-
legitimate heavyweight for the
rst time Monday night, flatten. .... ,,,,,,) ,, ,- ''
ig Aide Miller of Gosonia, N.0
t the sixth round of their widely. ,,. ,,
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s,levised fight at St. Nicholas
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'Tbaf victory ,' definitely, nuts
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'oily in the heavyweight picture." e ..,..,,io.Hpoesor '' .' t N ,-,-- ., ,,,,,,.. ..,,, .,.,,...,,,,, ..
aid Ernie Broca, Anthony't twin.
ger. "Tte witty not be resdy fpr .' ; '' ,' ,
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loyd Patterson now but, one
eor from now he will be."., .-
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liet ler's 791-1,' but Broca 'cleims ,.' ,- , . ... ,. ..; OP ,,ANk, . ,' ''' 6
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ew months." --,
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Re 0 still pyttmg 011 V'eftfht." .' ' ,' . N
Med Broca, tithe seta Anthony ' ' .; .' ,'; ; '. '. : .-- A
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Automobiles
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FOR SALE t.1955 Ford Sta Han
Wagon. 8 satassist
standard shift, Call 2-3170
otter 4 p.m. Mous 743-0, Bal.
FOR SALL-1950 Buick sedan.
Best offer. Tel. Panama 1-6301.
FOR SALLChevrolet penal 12
Ton. 1.300 miles only. Please
7 Tel. Panarna 3-7434. 5:00
to 6:30 p.m.
FOR SALE:---1954 Ford V-8
I; none passenger station wagon,'
, five new tires, new paint. excel excellent
lent excellent shape. Owner leaving for
. States. Telephone 2-1449 het-
omen 7:15 a.m. and 4:15 p.m..
SALIN-1954 Chevrolet 4-
doer Station Wagon, 210
standard shift, with radio;
12,000 miles. one owner. good
condition 11030.00. 8163-A
Margarita, telephone 3-2883.
G. J. Hardison.
ROME (UP) Director Ro Roberto
berto Roberto Rosselini's Marriage annul annulment
ment annulment suit against actress Ingrid
Regman went to court yester.,
day for preliminary hearings. The
, tout postponed further action un until
til until June 4 after a brief session.
,,,, Informed sources said the de delay
lay delay involved translation of, Swed Swed,Ish
,Ish Swed,Ish documents. ,
Neither the Italian movie'direc movie'director,
tor, movie'director, now' reported in -Paris, nor
Miss Bergman, who is in London,
attended tho closed-door session,
between, their attrneys and court
officials. ,"
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' Rosselbni filed for an annuL
ment last December oir grounds
that Miss Bergman's Mexican di.
vorce from Dr. Peter Lindstrom
tiever was recoghized in Sweden.
Miss Bergman announced last
Ja. elle would not contest the
ease( b.
The couple', married by proxy
In 1956 alter, a tempestuous ro.
manCe on the volcanic island of
Stromboli,, obtained a legiil sep separation
aration separation in Rome last Nov. 7 after
Rossellinits name was mentioned
romantically with that of Indian
script writer Sonia Das ,Gupta
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:14 WASHINGTON; (UP):-Several
high officials in the Eisenhower
advhinistration believe Soviet Pre..
-mier ''Nikta S. Khrushchev has
codsolidated his power' to ,,' the
I, poiht where it could have "grave
consequences" tor the world.
The warning was sounded in re.
' ient dayg by the Voice of Amer.,
. Ica; ft broadcast a three part
eries, entitled "Khrushchev's
: Rise."-'rhe program dealt with
the dangers, inherent. when any
Malty -acquires almost unlimited
power,, ,r!
, The government program said
, that in such a ease the man rnay
)eriore prone to engage in "ca.
, tricious" and "despotic",action.
1. "And considering the S oviet
Union's expanded role on the' in.
ternational scene, such arbitrary
or misguided action could have
grave consequences not only for
the Soviet people -but for, the
whole world,' it said.
The same warning was voiced
'recently by Allen W. Dulles, di ditector
tector ditector of the Central Intelligence
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attention at the time, Dulles said

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Auto Row No. 27 -'29 12th SL and Amador CALGUTTA, India (UP) Au Au.
. Au. Tel 3-1624 ' ruerrero Ave
''''-- --, - ' , , ,,.. , ihorities Wednesday reported that
, TeL' 10874, ' .- 169 persons died of cholera dur.1
, EL TAM1101t: 15th St. East ..:. Tel. 2-1144 ' ing the two 'weeks ending May 3. 1
1 A itotal of 1,156 fliSeS were re.1
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EL 11AMBOR: 15th St.

, -Apartments,

FOR RENT In El Canaille,-
two bed room apartment, dining
living room, large kitchen,
maid', room,' excellent view.
Call 34453.
FOR RENT -- Apartmont 1
bedrooms. 3 bathrooms. maitrs
room, hot water. El Cangreio, L
Street (55) No. 23. Telephones
2-0487, 3-6523.- Price $150..
FOR RENT:Apartments fur--
nished or unfurnished. One and
two bedrooms, in new built
house in Via Fernando e Cor Cordoya,
doya, Cordoya, Vista Memos& Upstairs
of the Muebieria Moderns Su Sucursal.
cursal. Sucursal. Cali at Tel. 2-2883
3-4734.
FOR REfn.One bedroom fur-
nished apartment. Automobile
Row. 870.00 monthly. Tele.
phone Balboa 2870. f
FOR RENT:Screened apart apartment
ment apartment of 3 large bedrooms,each
witr 1 closets and bathroom,
large livingroom, kitchen,, and
maitt's mem with toilet and
lavatory $130.00 per month.'1
Alai 'FOR; RENT: Furniture
, apartment of one bedroom,
kitchen and living room, ,,---
S60.00 per month. Apartments :
ovor Swift & Co. on 4th of July
Avenue. Apply:, lankor
phone: Hopkins, Balboa 2966.
' FOR RENT:--,As of May 15th,
,Deluits two bedroom apartment.
2- baths ions with --tub -and
, shower). Large sitting and din dining
ing dining room,. kitchen. Maidtoom
and bath. adjoining separate
(laundry section. Lovely garden
and putting green. At No. 374-
"F"-Street-El Cangrelo. Phone
24319 during office hews.'
FOR RENT:,-,-Sest located, one onereom
reom onereom furnished apartment. Near
all bus steps. 43rd Street, No,
13, ,
$65.00 furnituro apartment 1
bedrooms,. NA th American'
neighbors, uvular transporta transportacomfortable,
comfortable, transportacomfortable, Phono 2-
3343-4-0471, t
.t FOR RENTsModowl comfort comfortable
able comfortable two berlrokwn apartment
with mald's bee:room, two bath. ,,,
"" teems,' Hvingrooma. diningroom,,e,
t balcony, terrace, parole,
'''' worm; with of without furni furnitures.
tures. furnitures. Flume No. 3-9444, No.
31 .411th Stmt.
FOR, RENT:--3 bedroom rest.
dance, somifurnished. For infor
, motion phone 3-4566, Palmy.
I 'Co'iti'ili.eitici.ISiiii I
FOR RINT:.--Three spaces suit suitable
able suitable for shops sr storage: 22
feet by 63 feet; 15 feet by 25
- feet; ant 19 fest by 30 feet.
-, All with high ceilings and drive drive,
, drive, in doors. In rear of Swift & Co.
on 4th of July Avenue.,Phonet
Hopkins, Balboa 2966.
DEVELOP NEW ALLOY
' PITTSBURGH (UP)LAltimlnum I
Co. of American yesterday an.
pounced development of a new
sheet alloy, which' it expects to
broaden the market, for aluminum
cooking utensils and other j
trous finish prbducti. 1
"the myth of ;collective' leader.,
ship" ,has been abandoned in Rus:
sia 'and ,there are signs today
of a reversal to a harsher bne
with consequences of a far.reach far.reaching
ing far.reaching nature.
Neither the Voice of America
nor Dulles spelled out the kind
of "consequences" they had Iv
mind, Mut most Soviet experts in
the U.S. government feel 'Russia
is afraid to risk setting off a nu.
clear war and will gamble onlY
on "experiments in, Political and
economic aggression."
NEW NOT SECONDS
, FACTO-BY FRESH
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Without
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COLON STORE
12th SL and Amador
Cuerrero Ave.
Tel.' 108'14
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East

LEAVE TOVE AD MTN ONE OE Olin AGENTS ell etre OPTICTS AT 1237 mir STREET. 121ViAt4 4- ILERRISIA PRECIADO-t Sirvel Ow 13 AGENCIAS
INTERNAL Os PUBLICAC1ONES-Ne a Letter, Plata CASA EALDO-Contral Are. 4$ LOURDES PHARMACY PARMACIP LON.
BAR00.-Na N "V Street MORRISON-4111 et July Aro J St- LEWIS MIAMI' Awe, Veen No, 4 PARMACJi 481400S UNIODS-149 Central Ave
FARMACIA LUX-114 Central Avenue HoUsirtiOLD EXCHANGE-2 vs as ta One Art No.41 oTo PomY-htlie Arovvviene av tad ss tit de PARtAACIZ
-III Le Car,aqquitia
VAN-DER4111-40 Street Ns. IS l'ARSO4CIA EL SATURSO-Perenv LOINS I Sired raamacla "fiAlr-01 Perm Ilk tiOVIEDADIPS 4THIS
the Sella Vista Timmins. COLON! Central Avenue ?LIU Tel. 432 ,, ,

Resorts
Spend your weekends at Rio
?Aar, the best beach In the Re Re,
, Re, public with all kinds el come.
dities, open day and night. The
new management is at you, pay-,
FOSTER'S Cottages and Largo
' Beach House. One mile oast tho
Casino- Phone Balboa !BE&
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara R. de P, Phone Pa,.
nama 3- 877 Cristobal 3-1671,
SHRAPNEL'S furnished shoving, 1,
on beach. Phone ,,Thompson,
Balboa 1772.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
.se Santa Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith, Balboa 3681.,
FOR RENT --, Beautifully fur. ',,
nished housekeeping room dou double
ble double couch. refrigerator, k'itchen
cabinit with attached stove.
bath, and entrance independent,.
' No. 3, 51nd Streit. Phone 3-
, 0638. 4.,
Houses
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FOR RINT:-,At 50th street ,,,
No. 25, 2 bedroom house fop,
nisbed. exclusive neighborhood.'
6 months' or4,. permanent et4;
cupancy. 'Information at Cuba
Avenue No. 26 'O.' Phone
' 0481,,,.';'.!::;';:ir:s',:.,',;,,,,'::.'
FOR RENT:---Chalet
' Vista 1 bedrooms 2 bathrooms.
dining, drawing MOM, maitre
room,,lint water, '1125.00. Call
Tel. 3-155114 '
1311 RENT:---Madent cluic 1 ,,,,
semi-fuvnished.' 50th shoot Nit. tit
52. Tel. 5-4566, t
FOR RENT,!-: Famished house,
, chalet style'; living dining room,
2 medium bedrooms, service,
kitchen, perch, otc. MIA Street ,,,,
and Uruguay Street, Belli Vista,-
lett hand No. 25, Tel. 3;0311.
FOR RENT:Chalet ,,,In ',
Vista rocently painterly 3 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, 2 bathrooms,'-doublo
garage, maid's room, largo, gut...,
$1$0.00. TO. 3-39411. I
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Hotel:1011ND.HOUSE
I mini. foul the' heart et
on os os lc
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Completeir madam ennlienieatea In'
Suites and Bungalows, all pith
private bath. Het anti cold water,
' Price:- Se and $11 dally,,-
' with meals; ,-
cesseepontas- kitchen ,
- Horse riding.
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For reservations IP. O.
',: Box 4459 )
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, Manager: Bill and Menet Jaspers
1.4fi
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35 mm Ca Meta ','
f. 1.9 lens 69.50
more for yOur ,Dollar.
International Jaye try
155; CentrAl Ave. ',,
LIFE INSUIIANCE
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JIM RIDGE-
, General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
tor rates and Information
' Tel. Panama 2-0553 '''
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GRAND, IfAVEN, Mich.' WP)--
Strangers cashing checks In Grand
Haven aro asked to put their
thumbprint on the back of the
check to' protect businessmen
from bad check artists. The thumb
print is near the indorsement indorsementitriatEriO47'7,
itriatEriO47'7, indorsementitriatEriO47'7, CALPITTA, India CUP) Au Authorities
thorities Authorities Wednesday reported that
169 persons died of cholera dui
in the two 'weeks ending May 3.
A :'total of 1,156 eases were re.
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FOR SAL.11Maho;Pany Cod.
: room set made by Cowes-S150,
Many other household effects et
bargain prices. -Contact James
Gmham, 261 Ninth Street,
Rio Ahab,. ;
FOR SALL--Leaving country
poker table, mahogany, special
model, completely new. Record
plaies, steel chairs and other
items. Tel. 3-7666.
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BONN,' Germany (UP) West
Germany signed -'' an agreement
yesterday offering technical
sistance to the United Arab Re.
public and underwriting private
industrial loans to the 1J.A.R., up
tO $83,300,000,
The agreement,' signed by 'West
German Economics Minister Lud,
wig Erhard and U.A.R." Econom.
ics, Minister Abdel Kaissouny, m
&feet guaranteed German indus.
try against, possible losses through
political action in the Middle
1 East.
political observers here said the
Part, reached while U.A.R. Presi.
dent Gamal Abdel Nasser was in
the, Soviet Union where he was
reported to negotiating an
agreement with the Soviet Union,
indicated Nasser still was anxious
to maintain economic, ties with
the 'West ,',
', Under the agreement the West
German government promised to
consider k favorably a 'number 'of
U.A.R. requests for technical as assistance,
sistance, assistance, including: ,,
1J Establishment of,' s technical
education, center in Syria. -,
,Construction of a new, port in
Syria. ;
A, A
kExtenslon of ; theDamascus
air field. -
.4--Establiihthint, of staidard.
izatioir institute in' CliirtVA ,41, --
Creation 'of a training tenter
for mechanics and, an Instituto for
oil exploration in Egypt.' ,
4 The Germane' also promised, to
supply shipping- erperta and metal
lurgicat research,. workersjo the
U.A.R.; The ',first experts Were ex.
pected to leave' shortly'r for tht
Middle:East, 'econoinie min.
istry' spokesman said., , ,1
In retrn,' the U.A.R. 'promised
to restore to German control eul eultural,
tural, eultural, and church proPerti' seized
after World War 1The omper.
ties included a Protestant church
and school, two., missionary
stations, a Protestant chapel in
Helwan and a 10,000.-.- volume li library,
brary, library, of the Archeological Insti.
tute which now forms ,part of
Cairo University,
The two nations also agreed, to
set up a mixed commission to de.'
cide the fate of German private
property seized after thlk wary and
to gives quill reciprocal recogni recognition
tion recognition to their maritime flags'.
Selection Of Jur'
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In Starkweather
Trial !fears End'
1 f LINCOLN, Neb-qt1P).Selection
of a jury to'; try Charles Stark Starkweather,
weather, Starkweather, the tedhabld littler of
li, was ,near in g -completion
trial was set to move-into action
today.; -' ---- ', '
A panel of 34 prospective' jtirors
, t was almost complete and fronvit
p will be chosen the; 12" men and
1 WOMen tO decide whether-the 19.
year .. old Starkweather -goes to
Nebraska's electric chair. I.' :,,,
t During 'questioning of poSstble
I ti r or it yesterday,,'-defense ,f at 1
torney Ir. ,Clement Gaughan ask.
ed:whether the insinity or"dis
eased mind' of a defendant might
, cause thenvto be ninnt leciecf in
- their judgment. ,: ',, ,
'" Starkweether, a cocke 5-foot'. 3.
inch, figure in a tan suit too big
for him, was ,seated' at a table
nearby and be shook his head in
stubborn disagreement when.
Gaughan,,used the .term "insult.
ty,!' leaned oyer to the other de.
fense lawyer and ,' whispered i a
protest. ,, , '
The former garbage collector
resisted entering the plea of In
nocent by reason of insantity but
was finally persuaded by- hit at attorneys
torneys attorneys that it Wan the only al
he could escapec the death
,
penalty, 4
County; Attorney Matey cheele,
razor-sharp former VBI man.
will onen the state'g cege 'Durk
(Ian detailing for the first time
the mupler raffinate ',from Lin,
coin tn Douglas, Wyo., snd nat.
ticularly the slpving of Pohert
Jensen. 44- the high school, hoY
for whose )(Ming Starkweather
was 'On' trial. (I
Scheele also will put ,into. the
record sections of 'the-,confession
Starkweather made al ter Ihis
'cloture-last Is
In that 'confelsion, Starkweath.
er admitted killing 11 persons,
but he also deeply. implicated his
lkyear.old girt friend, Caril
gate and said it, was she who
prodded him into going on with
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'the orgy of terror when he want

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FOR SALE:.-CBS television,
very geed condition, ritssonalsis
priCe. Phone 111211-3535)'712!
, I Lecone.-
FOR SALEt.Livingreem set,
- bedroom set, twin beds, siwing
- machine.. typewriter, rues,
, mirrors. lamps, bicycle,'
",' house 0922 Amader Read. 1
, ATTENTION
COIN COLLECTORS,
FOR SALIE:-.--leven .4 hundred
(700) old silver seine, dated,
frem 1770 se 1355. For
(nation? tall Tel., 1-2730, Ile
May 12 enly.
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FOR' SALt -44. Cam and Trucks
accsssories, also spare parts Mr
Diesel, ,,,Caterpillan, G,Mi
tors, refrigerators, safe vaults.i,1
We also have,' ,fer sale lone'
',Elyt ton tuck in ,geed.,
condition. We tell all kinds of
surplus material. CONTINEN CONTINENTA,1.
TA,1. CONTINENTA,1. SUPP1,YERS Central Asa,
, No. '12.1,79, '',11th St. ,Tel.
10111(-11 Apt. 1091, Colon. ,
' FOR SALE:Good clam dask.0
1 ft. II in. by 44 It. 2 In. with
, center drawer and Ilk side stsaw..,0
ars $20.00,, Phone; Hopkins,
Balboa 2966.1
FOR SALit-2 horses with, La.. t
silos anst bridles $90.06., Also 2
stalls at Curtin& stables $20400
etch.' 110-42117,4'
FOR $A1.1:-;-Frigitlairi
lal-Pantry" 16-coltie feat redgorator-freezer
combioation, -,
t doors, porcelain outsiderand,
60-cyclat,' practically; new,
pirtect., $460,00 Panama' price I
$725.00): availage intittorliately.
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' NEW;',Y4RIe'," (11,P),-;BsaCi,1 in
11935. ;young rookie Marta'. s sville.
ville. sville. of the ;111..State League' M MI
I MI bled;; easily in from 'the:, outfield
and 4 strolled, down, the dugout'
steps... ,,
If you'retired, the irate man.'
ager' paid., with sca thing,, sarcasm,
"I'll see 41 I can't get,,, you ,some
,;.J ;.,
Enos- (COUntry). Slatighter.,never
'look it easy", again. .1
1 Which it 'whv,-.23, yeara
he, atilt weara major 'league flan;
nets. and probably will contintie to
do?' so at -', the..! age ..of 42' evin
mthaollyghpi;, thheim.i e04:18,67noeixict',,,Ayea;ik;eseis,
an expendable.: -,, t'
The Yankeea pink pare .doWn' te
the' legal limit. of 25 players by
May 15.' Slaughter 'is one ot,those
it :whom the finger-,of dismissal
' points. But, the Ode; are that' att.
other .'team,',;'suchols, the. Chicago
White Sox, will, make 'an imme immediate
diate immediate 'bid; for his, services.-.,' (
Ems ,Still,.'Matien 4
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tReeause; the 4ears lave
robbed Enos' of 'some of his. Sneed,
and'. power, 'they haven't toitahed
the bustle and dish of,-the, 'little
bald man with the- based?in nose;
Slaughter Myer forgot,1 that, les,
kon be : learned ',at v Martinaville.
And7 nine yeartolateci.itA paid off
in a 'World Serie triumph 'for,,the
' man 'who tatight it:to him'. For bY
1958. Enos- wa s -already-a ,,v,eter
outfielder with 'the St....teubt,Varl
dinals-when ,Eddie Dyer; ,his -old
manager, that first year in:. the
"bushes,'",took over the Redbirds.
And in the 'deciding game of
the Wort4 Serttl':1 ea inst the -Rot,
ton Red Sox,' Slaughter 'roared,,,all
the' war home-from- firat., on a
fin vle '' to seore- the' winning 'run.
Slaughter was 'with' tha Car&
vials 13 years and, when. Augustus
Busch took 'over, s the new', own.
er in 1954; the first Man he signed
wag old Enos.: The., country-. bar
'mile& happily when -Busch told
' !,
","rhill is the first 'Cardinal' eon,
tract I've t ever'. handled.' 1! want
vou to know that you'll be here as
long' asI am." 2.
( "As ,long',Iut itn9.1asted 'until
hist' a few 'days before the, 1954
leaon got tinder way. Slaughter,
Onfi of baseball's -"hard ous."
broke down ; and 'tried when lie
wag told that he had been' traded
to ,the Yankees.
,
,- Long Time Cardinal
-AS. most:other players,' going to
the Yankees would lave, been a
source of delight: and' PotehtiallY
greater profits. But. Country. had
been a,' Cardinal for '13, years and
exptcted to- play out' the 'skill
with ,the team for which, he, had
,lwayalten, the flying clutchinan.
Still, .al'usual,' he' gave it all he
b act and,, when traded "to,;Kansas
City in1955, quickly, became,'on't 1
ea to' give 'himself .11,v- aftee: the
fifth and sixth slaylOgs. '
The girl is 4' being held In a
mental hospital pending decision
on whether she is to be tried in
district or juvenile court.

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. $725.00): availsi;li iminclintely. destrovertt will 151311. a:Visit-to Het- I -; . t
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c ,,,,,-, ; ,---,,..-- ,,,- ,:-,-- ,,,-,',- ,..; t'' ',;,", .315; Thb'''Ibig try'" for, which he ',,, -,, ,, ' i . ,, .,,,-. ., -.- 1 '
' 'NEW.,',YORIC,.'', (UP),-,TBagk s ame ,,, pal ..,o again an. ,,," - ''''' ' : '
1935' a ,young rookie at-. Martins. other unusual-development when; ., . For broader information ,
ville of the;Bl..State ,Letigue am. In August of 1956, Enos. was taken , ,' .. ,.... ... ..,:,-,, '.--., .,
' ' ..-. call Tel. 3-7400 .---extension.42 '''.''
bled., easily -,in from the.,outfield back by the Yankees.
and 4 strolled-- down .', the dugout' Slaughter hit ,.350 in the series I ,. 9 '
steps.. ,, I i r. , ,. -,, t-,:. -,,. as he helped the, Yankees to vie, -, ..,. ., ,,, a
q If you're-tirei, the trate man.' toryi over, the '.-Dodgers and held '' ,..,, ., Irom iova.m..sio-, ,l. t30,p.M. ' ,.. -:
&ger-- paid. with sesiblitilLsar,Cesm, his 'Place', with' the world .-tham. --, ., --,- ? : ,,,...- .. ,.- I,. , ....,! ,. ., '
"I'D see ;if I can't get,yousome pions, through, another season and ' b '
help." ; ,, ,f ( ',. : ,: ; j i . another series last year; But the-
'look it easy", again. ....14 ' - ,-
. which
. Enos- (.COUntry) Slaughter...nevl, itoaalednettiptahcitesde
atrim,bleirasveates'ertehre. , -,
It 'why,--23, years;jater-- COUiltrY', bOY.' hill 10t all,and the .---..,., ,., -'' ....j.,, .. ,4 v
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h& stilt weara major league flan. WhisPer, is,:that he ',wilt ',get his .
, ',,'.. '.,,,'
nets and probably will contintie to 'Aralidng pipers within the. week '- -: ''' ,
dol, so at- the .! age .,of 42', evnn , ,... "' i ' -,,,, -, .. .,,, . .1
unzral 3ervicos ,, ,, , , , -,, -,, ,,;,, '.,-. '
though:, the 'i Igew,' York' Yankeet r ..., ., ,, .. ,,,... :7 ,, , , .a-'41, , 4..0.
may pilt- him 'ions& next'week; as r
, ,:, 1 :,,,:,':-IIISTALLED :FREE"'
an expendable.2d-,'":''''''. ,4 ''''' ', -' .-, .' '',1 ,'.'''' ; -'. ,' -- i
The Yankees must pare down to r flili't'll'ild '
the' legal limit. of 25'. players i- by r", fil is' .b. i, -,,, :. -,, ' 117 ; ',. '... , .,
ro
May 15.' Slaughter is one of,those ,, ,, - ., ., , - , ,
sel For, om'o. rio-vi ; - -''-:-' PRIC-ES-0 MUFFI,ERS
it :whom .the finger.,of .dismtssal .,
points. But, the odds'. are that' an..
uneral 'servic'es 'will; be held l' .4"."kl
. , ,
other ,team,:,'such-sas, the- Chicago F
titmormitt liftbrimful it !tqn'. th i. teN 9 --, .,
5 rl c--- 95
White Sox, will make.- an Immo.

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ditto bid for ,hla lervte.e.e''..'2'. ...(.. it-t-h-e--W.'esTy'in---Iiie-th".0.dist"..76htr"cli L'.-- a ,. .,... ,, ',. .' '
,, ''.:''''..Z..' ''''.1.,.,,' '' for :the late ,Iiir. Urserme, Mark.
0 '' '' .-
.. ."'- Emil ,ooh noIT've ''..---i ; land, who died last' Monday after , -1 0
' 't ;4; t. ',. a long illness. . , ,,,,- . : .. ., , t -,, ,,,,, ,
,- n3eiluseymbil&,the ,Years' nave Burial will follow in the, Herm .,. 'I. ,. FORD :: : .' '- I ''''''' '
robbed Enos' of, IMMO -of his aneed, rs cemetery. ,- , .. , ,, , .- CIEIT. ', ,,,,.. ,., ,'' THEN
and. power, 'they ,haven't tottehed I
A.fortnet' resident ,of';Rochet's PLYM- ; ,., , : -
blhaeldhousiltineviantlid tdhaeshbloste-d-th?ine 'nllottstee, 'Yard, Mrs., Mirldand is ,survived
byt her, childreno Clarence, Cecil ..: -,. ' ' ' '
, Slaughter never forgot,Ithat,les. (hi the US ) 41ezline Ismayx PAUFFERS 'el PIPES '-.
to:in-:be: learned 'at Martinsville. FREE INSTALLATION ',
.. and, Myrtle, in addition ,to.,several ' ..- -... ; .
grandchildr,en and other relatives. -r--1 '' -''' r' '',
stnd 7 nine yesrslateci.it,' Paid ott
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' 'MOTORS
in .'s 'World, Serie triumph lortthe ., , , '.
Man who taught it:to him'. Fer, bY ; LEAVES FON BONN ',
1958. Enos-wss already cmeteratt : ,, : : ,' ," '. ,. , ., ;
P;eisSid'teAnNeBYL' Ce;la'll ur,kBeYay'a(rUP.)le-rt ,' ''': 4- 3 '.' ' '' '' l' ''' 7 . 1 :.
ilytinitilegl,Iverhewnlithe'dtbiliee Spyt..,etor,,u,i.b)ifs,na.trd:.
.
manager, that first 'year ,in',. the Yeetet,rtdaY b
r Plane for BOnn, on 1,...' ',''''' ..' At Fivelt Creseini t, Tel; 2-4222 --'1 2;4221 ,.,
linshes,". took over the Redbirds, a, a a a. yisit, toLNVest Germany.,

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' ,' Ling Time Cardinal :, : ' --,";.,''', '.- ''. ; i
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is. roost:4)61er' players,' going to '', .,.,,' : ,...1,1 ,. 7- .. -., , , ', '. ,-: ,.. -. ','
ihe Yankees would ,have, been' a .. ,:.':' - -',,,,, I,. '1. , : '.:' ., ',. .", .- -- , .1
iource of delight: and, potentially -., "-'' :.1 '..-4-' ,,, .,.... ,' , : I ; ' ,. .., : !, : :
greater- profits'. :But, Country. had ., ,. ,' .,;,, ,', '' C) C")
Lieen.cCardinal for -'13!years and ',., -, ',' .-',- (-.) : -' Ce,.17) i
iiii-ected to- play out' 'the string : Please k dial Tel. 0 ....) t..,..0).;c..1.- ) : for pronlpt attention s
with ,the team for which, he., had ',..,. ." ,
always been, the, flying cltitchinan. -:-.,:' fp'', ';.21--'.. ; ,'., . , -, ,,-. ,, .. : ,. ',? ,'!' .I'
Still, .al'usual,: he' gave it 'all he ',, ..',., ; ,',. .. '', '.; i ... : ', , ' ; '. ,- 2 -, i
had and,,when tradedlo,,Kansas : .' , ' .. :' : r ", .' . '....., .. '.... '. k ' ' .' ' 1 i 3 '' .: 1
::ity in,1955,,.quicklv, became,'on't '' '' ' .:-(L,' ' ... ', 7 ,,, '2,-. ; ' : ,7 -; : .',..,!. -.,.
, 7."""".."'"'"".:We-will uppreciate-youi.-call-tvhich-will-enoblo-us--,---;----
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to, give 'himself up':'afteri' the l. : 1 : : ,,,,, :
ifth And Sixth slaYings. ;" : ' 1 : to serve,you better :
: The 'girl is 4-being, held ': in" a ,,, ; ',. ,.., ." '. - ,;- ' '
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nental hospital ., pending, decision .., '
n whether she ix to be-tried in , -- .,
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FOR SA1.1:--,41 ft. outboard
crosier. licensed fer live. 1957
, 25 hp. motor and all equipment
nooded for boating.' Snap on
' anchorage corer. AR for $700
or wilt sail boat for $475 and
motor and- commis for.$225.00.
Call Albrook 2104.,
FOR SAI,E:,-1.15 foot runabout,
25 hp. Johnston, trailer and
lifaiatkoti. 55qC
Rbilltitfi.
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FOR SAL11:Ilargain, beautiful
1ot on high part of New' Ar Arrano&
rano& Arrano& Phone 3-14112.
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Pi..64,i'iii9f,-S4:;r0
Miisi5M..01.4 -,il,-;,:ic:,
AfSrtifPiir:;:,.,;,.
l'' The Choir Guild of St. Paurs
Church will present program of
sacred 'music, ots Sunday, May 18
at 3:30 patOf -
Featured on this,:orogram will
be Robert Schultz,. who will rend,.
era selections from the r classes.
Mrs. Virginia : Petersen will ,, be
the accoumnanist.
Otherlartists olkhe program.' are
Mrs. Carol Websoer and Mis$ Myr.
tle Green,' vocalists.
Provrams, thetorogra in may
be purchased fromtemembers of
the, Chpir Or at the' vestry.
RED SHIP VISIT
HELSINKLI rinland ,IJr) A
Russian ,:troiser' and 'two Russi sit
destrovertt Pay', I'Visit,.to Het.,
sinki,betwoen Aug. ,1 and -11; it
, was reported lastnight.
of -the A's 'fivorites' as' le oatted
,.315; The 'big V)" for, which be
is famed ',oft again an.
other unusual. development when;
in August of 1956, Enos was taken
back by the Yankees.
Slaughter hit ,.350 in the series
le he belPed the' Yankees to vic,
torn over,ther.Dodgers and held
his place with' the world 'cham
pions, through, another season and
another series last year, But the,
talentpacked Bombers are' oven
loaded thilt season, have used the
coufitry' boy' boldly at &Lind the
whisper, Is, that 'he get his
'walking papers within thot
, Funeral services 'will, be ,, held
tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 p.m.
at the Weslyan Methodist Church
tor :the late ,Mr. Urseline, Mark.
jand, who died last' Monday atter
a long illness. K.
Burial will Villow in the, Herm
ra Cemetery.'
, former,' resident Rochet's
'Yard, Mrs. llarldand is ,survived
byther childrenr Clarence, Cecil
(hi the ILI S.), dierline, IsmaYx,
and Myrtle, in addition to several
grandchildren and other relative&
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- LIE4VES PON BONN
:ISTANBUL; Turkey (UP)
President' Celal Bayar left
yesterday by' plane for Bonn, on
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ALCOHOLICS ANONTAIOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO ,,-
BOX 121.1. CRISTOBAL C.Z.
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: WANTED: --, Nome lot maid,
cooks well, reliable, good rotor rotoroncos.
oncos. rotoroncos. will not stay nights.
Phone Balboa 6355.
WANTElh--' Vlach old 11-ellter,
rise. Phone Panama 2-1414.
- WANTED:Diplentatic couple
require apartment with 2 or 3
, bedreoins. etc., from June 1.
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Waisted to buy standard tars
Chevrolet, Ford,. Mercury and
Plymouth 53, 54, 55, and 56.
for cash. Tol., 2-0700, Box 101
Sr.:Octavio. :
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, car and pay cash. No waiting no
rod taps; Any year' mak and ,'
model. Tivoli Motor at Tivoli
- Crossing. Tot. 2,4221
-,-', WANTED: American family
wants to rent three or four hod hod-
- hod- room house in host otos of Pan-
'amo. Call 1.(4 Col. Hogge
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yell. Hotel. ,
a;m;am. ch. un Ha" or' egs'aveola
H6tel
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- A series of 30 tests would te the, largest ever carrie d ,out by any,nuclear power.'-The United' States sfired' 24
,
..I.shots In the Nevada desert last year but has never ;Witt ded'more than 10 in '1.' Pacific'series.,- ., I ,,-,. ,, ,,', ,i0
. 4 , 4 4
v ''' Russia set off 'about six in its last big series before an nouncing its conditional cessation of testing. . , I
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; If. the fiew report is correct, ''' -', '--- .',., '' .' ,, -' ,', !, i ,, '. 4 ,,t.,, ,- ,,,.
lt could mean the AEC is try- ', ' , , , ,
' ' '' ' Ch istmaslitiqnd
. it can,Into the current series at
411g t41 eranl inanY ahcsta as Air Force Fiies let-ldriven Snirk; l''
, Eniwetok, anticipating a Possi- , . .. . ,
. Nuc'leai Bleiting.,--
1 ble East-West agreement this
, summer to halt the explosions. , ,
3000 Miles Down Attafitii Range.::, MayBe', ntinued
.' Informed sources said 30 fir- ,' , , ' -'s, ' - ,-;- .,' .--, -,',... LONDON (I,TP):-'rhe Defense
'. ; -,,, ejf; ,',-, :,---77 o --- ,' ., ,,:- ., , ,... Ministry gild Yesterdar that
ings should satisfy 112. nuclear
- weapons testing needs for some
CAPE CANAVERAL', Fl '' 'lila When the bocister i !I aw
a.. 3, , 1 e aY,
' Britain might carry out more nu.
time to come. dear test explosions in the Christ.
--,- lax Air Force' Snark the Snark s jet engine took over mi.- d
....... 'glen area, of the Pacific
, The United States has propos- 8 MP).
D-olittled missile, with a fiery send-, lower, it throughout its flight before declarbig :,the 'present ,ser.,
, ed that any ban on further tests
be coupled with agreement on a off from thundering booster en., he 50,000-pou-nd nussue' -was les complete. 1-.. I. "'" ; -'- ',. ., -.. -.
stem and glues, winged away from Cape reported to be one of the first
. foolproof insPeetion 85' pro.. Canaveral last night on a test fully-equipped Snarkt fired in A ministry spokesman explained
a halt in nuclear weapons
flight of some 3000 miles ,over the Northrop progratn t,o develop that the cancellation e of t h e
duction. ', ." "danger ''sone alerrt, over, 50,000
' So far, no such a,greement has the AtlaPtlee , ; . , tas 'rein
been aim:Ames& .. -, "1- ,, .. ',i ..More--.thp 50 of the swept swept'
' swept' ''' ' 4 square miles : of !sea a r o u n d
Ile., ,,
Christmas ,Island .410s not nu nu.
. nu. :. Accompanied by a Jet ,chase wing mimes actually pilot- essarily mean there will be
''----- plane, the. 68-foot Snark vanish- less bombers --,, bave been' fired ,,,,,, 44.'.,,, 1
, , 1,,.. .,, aCI.
'Peronistas Advised ed seconds after its takeoff, and uveral of them have flown -,;;,' ''''''''''' '' '....;; -; ';' t" '3
. , , ,,,,, :1, nunced lif ig of itlie danger ,re,
flyino low :under a stury sky the full, 6300 mile range in the ''''"e ovetrinnmenl ItleSaar lin lin,
, lin, '' f .' and heading toward' the south- tests. 1,.
, ; ' :. etiOnS lifter only One disclosed
east down t,he ,long, missile test
range. t.
'To Continue Juan s , ....,- The Air Force did not an- li-bomb test blast 0i the sPrieg
, - ,, , nounce lust how far last night's series. ; r ',1 ". .' '.
- 1 t'" 41 II Long' '' after it was gone,' two
-, Exile tor z.vears ., fires smouldered, harmlessly Snark flew or what the Wee- 4 The vatense ItlinStry spoket.,
y whether any more nuclear tests
in tives of the test.were., ,I, man refused, however, to say flat:
' , .i ,J '"' ; .,,,' the scrubland far out on,the tip It" Was, reported unofficially. definitely were-planned. It. was
'r BUENOS AIRES (UP) -' Ine of the cape where the two solid however,d LW, Inn Ziolos pro- believed the final decision on
, government has advised Peron's. fuel boosters which :gave the
' ta leaders to keep ousted dictator Snark its initial heave into the gramme st go ald u d waffles whether any more 11bembs would
Juan D. Peron from returning to air fell after burning out. aoliValtrildidiall?;:q,
Pd ell of it; be- set;eff depended on complete
- Argentina for at least two more ; , , analysis of the data, front the first
'' ''' '' other operation tom onents
p , ,,' test conducted April 28.
years, informed sources said to- ,, The boosters made a great
, day. 0. ". '1! , splash of flame on the lamiching ' ' - .. .., 4 ,, ,;',,,, ft t-77-."7----
, Technically, Peren, who is in pad and shook nearby beaches IR
,.... 4. h. naminiCall Republic, nrith bon- roar when tne Intadle ni'lo ' -'
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, government has advised Peron's Peron's'
' Peron's' ta leaders to keep ousted dictator
Juan D. Peron from returning to
Argentina for at least two more
years, informed sources said to to,
, to, day.
, Technically, Peron, who is in
exile in the Dominican Republic,
, could return as soon as President
' tArturo Frondizi's new "full am
.nesty" bill passes Congress.
i It was sent to the legislators
1 MOnday and is ,expected to be ap ap'proved
'proved ap'proved quickly since the over,
twhelming majority is controlled
: Frondizi's left wring intransir
gent Radical Party.
Some kby Peronista figures
:teady have begun zeturning from
exile,. confident the measure will
' be passed. ,,,, , ' 4
" But inforined sources said t,he
teronistas have been advised it
' would be "wiser" for 4Peron to
stay out a couple of more years
since the armed forces and From.
dizi's party are' against his re

(In Ciudad, 'rrujilloi capital 'of
the, Dominican Republic,- Peron
said he would return to Argentina
when be deems it "opportune."
Asked about the FOIldiii amnesty
bill, Peron said his return to Ar Argentina
gentina Argentina depends only upon him.
self and nobody else.

Tempethot Airport
Heavily Guarded

s Dulles Arrives

The boosters made a great
splash of flame on the launching
pad and shook nearby, beaches
with their roar "SA flu, missile
took off.
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t .BEIILIN, day 8 (IIP)-- Secret. , , s
roe l' '
at.. ot State John "'Foster Dulles
flew into heavily guarded TempeL
. lof airport today from Copenha. ,, ,,,,,,., ,,,,-- 4, .' ,..-,
gen for a tour of West Berlin and 'F, , ', ,,,t,f,
speech reaffirming western de. "--"Itgaulk.4,
termination to keep their sector OTHER-WORLDLYThe TO.4
,orthe city free. - ' bot, above,' plays music that's'
. Strict security measures limit. out of this world. One "mem
airport employes and 40 news. ber" of a three-piece orchestr
men. Air police guards barred the he can play any tune request
general public from the airfieldi by a listener, according to his
one.time terminus Of,. the Oaf Parisian inventor, engineer Dil
. that saved Berlin. ,' olier Jonas PoutreL
Communist newspapers warned , -.'.. t
,that Dulles was walking on "pre. ,-----,----
carious ground" because of the
Blio BULLDOG MARKET
'"warlike decisions taken at the ,
NATO foreign ministers. confer. LONDON (UP) -- Americans!
, ence in Copenhagan, but no Com.
munist demonstrators, appeared. i e rket foi
nave income a pr m nia
"' It was Dulles' first visit to Ber. English bulldogs at prices up tc
lin since the 1954 big four confer. $2,600,- it -, was disclosed.. today
vice and he told the officiaLGer. John .Alcock, secretary I tho
,Man greeting party "I hope eow London Bulldog Club, said tha'
, to see at first hand some of the since World War II about half th,
results of your valiant efforts" to champions in Britain have gon!
, keeP West Berlin free. to the United States. ,

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LONDON (UP) Americans
have become a prime market, for
English bulldogs at prices up to
$2,600, it --, was disclosed., today.
John Alcock, secretary the
London Bulldog Club, said that
since World War II about half the
champions bt Britain have gone
I to the United States.

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THIS SUPER-SPECTACLE WILL ,BE EXHIBITED!
TODAY 2 SHOWS! AT 5:00 & 9:00 Pi M.
vPRICES,s-n
, Tars TITMIS-NOT-PRESENTED COINT COINT$130
$130 COINT$130 TINUOUS SHOWS. ONCE THE PICTURE
, HAS STARTED, NO ONE WILL BE ALLOW ALLOW'
' ALLOW' 1.00 ED TO ENTER 'UNTIL THE NEXT SHOW.

ITLTS ?ItITIS-NOT-PRESENTED IN COINT COINTTINUOUS
TINUOUS COINTTINUOUS SHOWS. ONCE THE PICTURE
HAS STARTED, NO ONE WILL BE ALLOW ALLOWED
ED ALLOWED TO ENTER UNTIL THE NEXT SHOW..

NOTE; NO COURTESY PASSES ALLOWED!

Rayburn said he told the Presi- Tr
dent that some of the demands of
protectionist congressmen would a
have t,o be met if the trade pro- a
gram was to be extended without t
crippling amendments. The Speak Speaker
er Speaker emphasized that he did not
mean "the gutting kind of coneys.
' '-' '4 r t
"We've got t keep the principles
of the trade law Watt," Rayburn
said. "Otherwise,it's no account"..
No Compromise indicated 1
The President gave no indica indication
tion indication of compromise in his Tues.
day night speech at a GOP rally
here. called for, approval of
his trade program, warmng that
U.S. goods would be frozen out of
world markets if high tar if f I
drove 4, foreign products ,,,, from
American shores.,
Until 'recent years the 24-year.
old trade program has received
wide Democratic 4' support.. B u t
the backing of Southern Demo.
crats has dwindled with the in.
creasing indestrialization of t e
South. Republicans 4 traditionally
have been cool in their support.
The program is under especially
heavy fire this year because of
the recession. Congressmen from
hard-hit areas contend that bit bits
s bits torts of foreign goods have con.
ributed to the business slump in
03 their districts. ,
, Rayburn said be would try to

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WAS GTON .(ITP)---,Speater work out 'with members Of the
Sam 1t,ayburn (D-Tex). said yes- 'House 'Way eans'Conimittee
terdi he told ',, President ,E1. possible conce ions- that would
senhower 10 days ago 'be wfiuld make the tr e extension bill
have to agree to-'..some twos- more Nilatab
sions", in his tariff cutting minden,,,7 men.
trade bill' to get .it through, the VY. ,
Rouse. , ,- 'nut emu ttee ta Put off vot
Rayburn's statement came ing on ,t11 bill tmti Monday' to
Rep. Hale Boggs (D-La.) voiced give 14 dministrat n a chance
an even gloomier warning for the to Pr compromi steps that
President. Boggs said the recipro. might ava a chance HOuse ap
cal trade bill might have to be provat, : ..
scuttled to prevent Congress from .- ,
turning it into a measure to raise Adm Istration,St ds Pat
tariffs.', .1 So fat admini ation has
. stood pat, on Else wer's de.
- Rayburn said he told the Presi- mand for ve-yeat tension of
dent that some of the demands of the expiring ade la ith, auth authority
ority authority for the Presid to make
protectionist congressmen wotdd
additional tar red ns' of up
have to be met if the trade pro.
gram was to be extended without
to 25 per cent

If no new t rad egislation
lhould be enacted, T ariff-cut.
ptirenggraegrmeewomeenidta rtmemd fterraed:
But the President, a June 30.
couid not negotiate a ew tariff

-If no.- new t radsl
should be enacted, 'pi
ting agreements undi
program 'would rems
But the President, a

',: Rayburn reserved
a pmposal by Rev
(D-Tex.) to write 'I
mandatory import, cp
lead and zinc and t
minerals. Re said he
had a chance to' stud

But Itayburn said
era', he considered
to write any kind of
into the trad law. T
also, warned against
any, rigid quota sys
'
, Rayburn, in' what
support for the AO
voluntary system of II
on oil, said Secretary
I ce Sinclair Weeks had

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,k Ikard
the bill
on oil,
other
not yet

But Rayburn said in gem:
mai he considered -I gerous
A write any kind of system
nto the trad law. T esident
slso, warned against ng up
sny, rigid quota sys ,
, Rayburn, In' what' d tike
t,t1
support for .. the Id ation's
voluntary system of i curbs
on oll, said Secretar, mer mere.
e. mere. Sinclair Weeks had im it
aPPeared that the late uction
under this plan 1PP to be
working. .. , :

MRS.' M. MEETS A BULLMrs. Evgenta Menshiko
of Mikhail Menshiltov the Soviet ambassador to the)
States, puckers bet lips at a young htd1 on the Northilel
, farm of indusnialist Cyrus Eaton. The Menshikova wfx(
t.,gustf dillintgle.lr visit to Cleveland.

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YOUNG' RP FARMERS IN US Tvio
under the provisions of 'the 1958 Int
Exchange program are welcomed, 'by
WYE regional leaders from the Natio
Dr., Elif V. Miller,' of Mathieson Pa
,youths,., Casimir Donoso of Santiago,
Pinzon, of Atalaya, Veraguas, will spen
working with farm families in two st
Ohio and Idaho and Miss Pinzon-will 1
orado. Miss Pinzon la the first Pam
s U.S. under the IFTE pr

Twentythre 'Balboa Junior High
School students were listed on the
"gs, honor Jolt at the end 'of the
4111-04-1-,r1,;-ct Twzrikt tif the school
year, nas been announcea by the
Division of Schools. addition
nearly 150 students were included
on the "1139 honor roll. ',,
The names of the students on
the ".A!' and "B" honor rolls fel,

' "Als, Honor Roll
Browne:Nancy, Chre Marion,
Coffman, Robert;, E,ugudin David,
Grady Donna,.. Harris Michael,
Jackson JoY,:, Laming Judy, Lin,.
fors ,Eueene, Lund Carol, Mallory
Betsy, ,Morgan raul; Nahmad
viatv, Nita Maryann, Slotkin Bat.
bara,' Paterion John,: South Sher..
Mr. Turner Mary; VanLoon Harry,
Wheeler Malcolm.Widelt Bob, Zelp
nick John;.Zent Llewellyn.
dits lt,
: S ,,, B Honor Boll
Abidl 'Ahr Pat, Argeren.
on Barbara, Arosemena Gisela,
Aseron Franklin,,,Askew NantY,
Badonsky,, Paula, Balch Ira, Bat
nes Harry,' Baumbach Ethel. Mem
hardt Carole,-,; Bernsee Cristina,
ettsak Saph,,'''Bishon Charlene
Bohatmen ',Robert.' Bond Joseph:
noyce Diannc Brown Joanna,
BrOWT1' Mary Alan. Calhoun Car.
lyn, Calhoun Pat, Canavagoto
yo,,, Carlson, John,' Casira Chorea,
Chisolm Patricia, Clayton'Ponald,
Cobh Ann,' Cooner Helen,' Cooper
Philippe. Coratio,, Osiris,i Cramer
, Sally, Cross Charies, David 'Pon.
Old, Demmer, uddy.' Dilar, Rob.
ert; Leretten Marv, Lima Kenneth,
Lively pat.. Lnrobsna Louis. Inhr
Marlene, MacKenste, Isabel, Me.
Coy Kerry.. lishoneu : Margaret,
Mallahan 'Rangel!, Lau,.
ra, lane Miller Marinnie,
Mitchka Robert,' Moore Tim. Mor.
ency '- Charlene, ',.Morris 'Mantle,
MOIPA Richard, ,Vennt01 niti
Muellen Myrtis., Neal Pavitt Ness
Mk. 01Maata George. Osten John,
Panzer Robert; Parker JohnnY,
Payne 'Joan, Paddriek loe, POr
anti. Ithomaa: Pere,' tynAs. !he
1111 Sharon,' Pnler Plisse VITItt
11101MP. Irtonowt Jawteat pendel
Sally, lletalterFrant,.'. Ponet4con
John, Dowlen Caro.
run.. E.StWQ06 Teetle. El;alt Ca.la,
Elleh ,Pe001, PYalineer vary:Par vary:Parotid
otid vary:Parotid Anmit0a,'Phianone Kraft Fin.'
1.son rrovilr,,,, Plipr40)1 Tiftw4nridb,
WrPriert:ar, Kenny, Mirthoel,
VArman Parl'v,
rernift',SPaan., Gramlieh Paverly,
41P-1,,,,, ttantb. g it 0,
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ngling With Jim
, t
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The Davy Crockett of the Da Dailk.),
ilk.), Dailk.), and the Sam Houston of
the San Blas, combined sin one
loosely-wrapped package 'mown
as Jungle Jim Price,, are lead leadinfrout
infrout leadinfrout hito the hinterlands a.
' gain over the -.weekend. This
time it's the San Bias, if Jim
doesn't forget his compass. He
promises -not bears, but box
, lunches. Indians, of course.' And
stories the like of which you'Vel
never heard. Would-be, starters
ins,this Intrepid. safari can put,
through a tom-tom call to Jun Jungl
gl Jungl Jim' at either of hts thaooes thaooessible
sible thaooessible backwoods lairs El Pan Panama
ama Panama Hilton or the Hotel Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. A
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PARIS, N
Premier Re
up ,trying

ed, 23 dais
Pleven, le
the-road Rel
had drawn
planned to 3
tered Natio
row for am
cal Party of
Gaillard
to withdraw
centerright
ed Pleven's

backer, told
ferenee witi
sistance Pa
in the towei
later. He If
give him th
sembly fori
' But the PA
the 57-yeared
too man
proposed ea
support him

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LONDON, May $ upl) 'rhe
governmennt bitervened today to
head oft a' countrywide rail
strike hi a nation already' beset
by a capital bus walkout and oth other
er other mushrooming disputes.
- Labor Minister lain MacLeod
summoned. the chairman of the
British Transport Commission and
the leaders of the three British I
Railroad unions for talks tomor.
row to -discuss- the tireatened
rail sn:ike.
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Irprv owuctew 00.,, by 7-- ,,
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Herring Joyc He rs Allen,
Hicks Mary, itower J u 1 i a,
Hodge Harryi llingsworth' Mar Martha,
tha, Martha, Hoven ,G e,' Jepson Mar.
I lean; Johnson I, Johnson Mlice
Kascher Kat ',---Kaska Anne,
Kawakuri Yu Kelly, Mary, Kiri Kirinett
nett Kirinett Wanda, h Fred, Richard
Peter,' Robi3 Betty, Rogers
Joyce, Rowe :er, Salterio Joe,
Sohlatter, Ju Schwable Joan,
Selby Richa Sergi nt Kaye,
Smith Kenny ith Robert, .nytt .nytter
er .nytter Craig, S orth Mary, Sulk,
van Robert, ann Glen, Swett,
son Joyce, Tinger Andrea; Te.
jade tuisa, asieh Ellis, Town Townsend
send Townsend Sydney ley Janyth; Van
Dyke Betty, lker Jeanne, 'Wal 'Walston
ston 'Walston Leilani, tson Maida, Web Weber
er Weber Emily, W ar Melinda, Whit
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James,' Wise n,. Woodman Ma Mary
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PARIS, (UP) --' Former
Premier Re leven today gave
up trying rm a new govern
ment and t reneh cabinet cri crisis
sis crisis was righ eh where it start started
ed started 23,clavm ', ,

Fleven, le of the middle-ofthe-road
Re nce Party (USDRI
had drawn cabinet list and
planned to nt lt..to the splin splintered
tered splintered -, Natio Assembly tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow for ap, I.But the Radii Radiical
cal Radiical Party o going Premier Fe FeGaillard
Gaillard FeGaillard ided unanimously
to withdra om the proposed
center-right 'Won. That doom doomed
ed doomed Pleven's .nces:
Christian emocratic Party
leader Pier tflimlin, a Pleven
backei, told smen after a con conrerence
rerence conrerence wit ven that the Re Resistance
sistance Resistance Pa chief had thrown
in the towe even confirmed it
later. He n the Radicals to
give him th rgin in the, as assembly
sembly assembly for 'val.
' But the it Is considered that
the 57-year- Pleven had inluc inluccd
cd inluccd too man:htwingers in his
proposed ca and refused to

leader Pier

report toe the 24
B a.m. today, ts
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1:54 a.m.
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Informed sources aid MacLeod's
mediation 'officer was expected to
head off an immediate strike ac action.
tion. action. Sut they sail the results
may be Only temporary because
of growing demands for wage in increases.

Sir Brian Robertson, chairman
of the Transport Commission, met
earlier with leaders but the talks
broke down on the questions of a
raise.' i"
A series of strikes began piling
up, threatening ,the nation with
its worst labor crisis- it more
than 30, years.
London's huge bus syStem, was
in its fourth day of total stoppage,
and the railroad unions ,were
threatening to tomplete the chaos
by halting all trains in Britain--
including the London subway .sys
tem. z t-

, Other disputes- were.brewing in
a snowball of union opposition to
tthe government's declared policy
,,dt keeping wages frozen to beat in
nation.- Should all, the threatened

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LONDON, May 8 (UP)--' Brit.
ish aircraft tnd particularly
the four-jet Avro Vulcans amazt
ed Argentina during a week's good goodwill
will goodwill visit, Air Vice-marshal A.
Walker: said after landing at Wad,
dingtoi4 R. A, Statin tonight,'

,'He flew in one of the we Vu
cans which went to Argentina' with
a British delegation attending the
installation of the President of
Argentina On Nay Ir
-
' hrearly 80 countries Including the
,and the Soviet Union sent
delegation but apart 'from Uru Uruguay.
guay. Uruguay. Britain was the only foreign
air force represented.
The aircraft, which included the
De Havilland Comet, be said, had
behaved "absolutely wonderfully"
and had gone through a very ex exacting
acting exacting program of demonstrations
without the slightest trouble.
On the outward flight from Witt
dington the two Vulcans flew
from 'Rio de Janeiro, to Buenos
Aires :11,240 miles) in two hours
five minutes, an average, of 810
miles per hour, Returning, they
averagod 585 miles.per-hour. be-4
tween Dakar and Naddington.

Stri!:'et

strikes materialize Britian, woul
be tat as hard as it was inf th
1926 general 'strike. -
Railroad union leiders said to
day to hold off the strike call a
least one more day. -- t
The House of Commonswas dr
'bating the London bus strike at 1
p.m.. 10 a.m. EDT.) The situa
tion wat -so serious Macmilla
said he himself would speak "hi
the Commons.
The Labor party las introducer,
a 'motton of censure against th
government, but the Conservativt
party and enough ,votes to,' beas
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free werldivill support United N;'
tions peace efforts in' the Middl,
East to Ahe tune of CZ
dollars in the coming year, it
learned here yesterday.
That-amount is what it wi,
take to keep the United Natio',
Emergency ,', Force (UNEF)
tioned along the Israeli-Egyptia'
border' end the U.N.- program t
aid to Arab refugees in operatioil
Budget figures show that las
minute, donations from Caned,
France, West Germany, Ital:
Spain and the tiny principility
Monico,will prevent a further et
in aid to the 900,000 homele!
Arabs.-'
U. N..Secretary Getieral Da,
Hammarskjold recently warnc
that the existence of the
Relief and Works 'Agency (UN
RWAY' Was ',threatened unless 1
milliod dollars could be foound
bring the organizdtions budget
to 15 million.
Hammarskjo,d feared 'a 'redul,
Wm in aid to, the Arab 'reftiget
would lead to unrest and possib
conflict in the Mideast,.
''''The European, nations plus,, Cal'
Ida agreed to,fprovide milli(
of the additional 10 miffion,4Ar
the United Stites, Which. lb
bidden by,,Congrei to pay mo
than 70 per,' cent.- of 11,111WA
bcdeet, will' kick in the other
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tributed ,one -penny to eith
UNEF -or UNRWA.,: I

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leader Walter Reuther has urg
the, Justice Departthent to' Mves
gate a series of bombings,
Jewish and Negro '', comthuni
buildings in the South.
Reuther, speaking as preside
of the AFLCIO Industrial ,Unii
Department and the United Au 1
Workers, made his plea JO a lett
to Atty. Gen. William P. Roger
The letter, written Monday,, w
made public yesterday.z,'
" The union chief saidl mere tha
40 of the botnbings have occurre
since Jan. 1, ,1957.'
:'"The pattern of, these. Hen,
strongly suggeSts -an, intersta
conspiracy exists ,to establish
reign of terror and to depri
American citizens 'of their const
tutional rights,", Reuther salt
"Without federar coordination
law enforcement, local authoritie
are helpless.",
Jle said Rogers shbuld see
it that those responsible for th
bombings are speedily brought t
justice. ' ''''

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