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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
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daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
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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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"Let the peple know the tnith and the country is sale"-
- PANAMA, R. P, FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1958

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May' 9 '(UP)Emberrissed Peruvians today
praised the personal courage of U.S. Vice-president, Rich Richard
ard Richard M. Nixon who braved a Communist-le0 mob which
,
stoned,hiin,, threwlarbage, spat on him an& desecrated
the:American flag. , I
, Nixon left at 8 a.m.'for Quito, on the next lap of his
,
, South American tour, But, he made it-clear he did ,not
, L of,
,
blame. Peruvians as a whole or the studenit body 'of San
Nlaicoe, University-only' COMMUniSt ringleaders --, for
yesterday's. - ,,
'it- was disclosed: th-et 6. ambasiedor Theodore
Achilles had encouraged Nixon to visit the' university de deepite
epite deepite the threats of Red violence.- : ,
adviseis,had ,urged him to remain aWay and
he actually, candelled his plans until Achilles convinced
hirn the Peruvians- would consider 'him cowardly 'if he
failed to shoW ,
' ' The fact he'did -visit the' university ind the fact he'
stood up to'the mob and demanded to talk, with ,tts
ers had' a profoqnd effect on many Peruvians. Nixort
-s'elf said -the Reds had suffered a "great defeat as time
I.

, The U.S. Embassy formally pro
tested- the' act of one group of stud studi
i studi ents wild' ripped an American flat
, ;: from a wreath Nixon had placed
, at the foot of a monument to Jose
:, San Martin. who helped' liberate
, South American from Spanish rule
' Last night an identical flag fash fash,
, fash, ioned of flowers was replaced on
the tomb by order of the Provian
: foreign, ministry.
' Police patrolled the plaza' to
prevent, A:repetition' of the inci inci,
, inci, At Nixon''s request thsre was
formal protest of the mob ae.
: lion. The Peruvian. embassy in
Washington aPelegized officially
. to the State Departm,nt and, it
. Was believed the incident, sm.
" barrossinT es it was to, Peru,
----wouldrnet mar tl-a tradjtionallyl:
Solid U.S.-Peruvian relations.
At 'ILast,' three pro-Nixon 'stu 'students
dents 'students were beaten up by the
- Communist-instigated mobs which
waved, banners denouncing Nixon
as a !'shark" and demanding,,
44Nixon, go home!
'Nixon's press secretary, William
Kft,yiN said the vita president was
I spat' Upon: by a demonstrator
Nixon walked -to hit hotel after
, two street -disturbances,',.
Th demonstrations -were about
2 an hour 'apart and occurred first
,, at, San Marcos University where
' a .crowd of about, 2,000 awaited
' him and later Is he Avalked te.
ward his- hotel. i
' NExon's staff aide, Jack Sher
wood,, 'suffered: a chipped tooth
-, when'one of e. dozen rocks hurled
' at t,hcNixon party, at the univer,
sity strudk him in the fsce,.
;Amid a. choruS of shouted IIGet
nut :',01 here,. Nixonk's and -,tG
home,,r,Nixon," the vice president
lad alighted from 'his open con con:vertible
:vertible con:vertible ',and' walked into t h e
, Midst of the demonstrators. "-
the violent anti-American dem dem-
- dem- 1 onstrations were the ,most hostile
against Nilson since he began' his
South American goothwill tour' in
Uruguay:April 28, licvisited four
nitions s;before,.coming here
,Wednesday is', scheduled to

visit three more before returning
to Washington May 15,
r A' street mo6,,- hurled lemons
oranges, pieces of bread, wads of
paper and other garbage at Nixon
as be neared hia hotel. :
A 100-min riot 'squad, Bunti
nioned by police whistles, dis dispersed
persed dispersed the crowd which was esti estimated
mated estimated at 1,50b.
Later, and, students
clashed 'again in the park in front
of ,the university; i some three
blocks from Nixon's Gran Bolivar,
Hotel, The demonstrators threw
bottles at polite who struck-back
withlheavy clubs.' TWO persons
were arrested but no serious in.
ittrieS. WCre rePOrted,cL
NIXOn also was heckled in
visit to the Catholic Unfversity...
One student grahbed a micro microphone
phone microphone and shouted: "You're act acting
ing acting like a dictator there and your
country de'ends dictators :every,
where ,Other students shouted
the speaker down and chased him
from the Faculty of Letters Build--
ing t where Nixon t had received a
cheering welcome. JI 4.
'Yesterday outbreaks,' a contin.
dation of a demonstration
Wednesday night by students and
agitators in front of Nixon's ho hotel,
tel, hotel, started when the vice presi president
dent president decided to meet student, ag agitatort
itatort agitatort face to face..
Bather he had cancelled a visit
to San Marcos,University on the
advice of Peruvian and 4J.S. se security
curity security agentv who said. kis per personal
sonal personal safety might tbe jeopar..
dized. He also did 'not want to
cause any incidents which would
mar his stay here,

'The San Marcos Student Feder Federation
ation Federation said Nixon was not welcome
In Peru,- because bis visit ,em ,embodies,the
bodies,the ,embodies,the "plutocratic and Im Imperialistic
perialistic Imperialistic interests of theAlnited
States."

Communist students who domi dominate
nate dominate the federation rnade it clear
they would stage a riot if Nixon
went to the. university.;
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THE FLOnAL UNITED STATES FLAG in this wreath Nixon has laid on the 'monument to
Liberato.v.lose de San Martin was ripped from the wreath by a group of students yesterday.
Last' night an identical floral flag. ordered hy the Peruvian foreign ministry, replaced the
missing Stara and Stripes and police were on hand to see it was not znistreated.--(USIS Fheto)

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NIXON. (circle) challenges, Leftist s tidents San Marcos
Univensity, Lima, to explain their actions This was the occasion-
of yesterday's stone throwing, In the background can
be peen vo,rious'"Nixon, .go Home" Plaear,dso--(USIS rhoto),

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NIXON' (arrow) 'Points to indicate the next -st Udent.'he will accept: qtestions from In, hii yisit'
to Lima's Catholic' University, ; Though the, Ca tholic, University visit did not produce' anl of
the rock-throwing which, occurred, at san Marcos University,' Nixon's reception was described
:as Ihionsiderably thah cordial.".',9,The,,pretiderit : of the student body interrupted Nixon's Nixon'sspeech.
speech. Nixon'sspeech. to ,make it, clear that' Nixon' had:. not Zeen, invited to th9 ,university by the ,students,A
He added :that Nixon'a,inability. to sPeak ,Spanish,'Avaa, an insult, to Peruvian culture.- Most of
the ,students questions were hostile,. and, Nixri's ansvver were often 'interrupted by- 'booing
and shouting..T, He 'woiv:his. biggest applause w hen-9 he discussed. Soviet! influence in' Latin
America.".-. -His -Interpreter, US Army Lt.: Col,' Vernon Walters,'41e holding the mike the'
photo,. -.waiters was President Eisenhower's terpreter! At.,3the ranama meeting ,of American
cheifs of stats it July, 1958,-,CUSIS Photo) ' , ; ,,. ,...44!
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WASHINGTON, May 9 (1.1P),
President Eisenhower today sent
Vice-President Richard M. Nixon,'
a personal' message praising hinl
for his ,"courage,,, patience and
clamness", in the face of corn.
munistled In& which stoned and
spat on him, in Lima, Peru, yes.
terda.

'The.President, is a 'Dear Dick'
message ;- told the Vice-President
he had brought up on himself
"new respect and admiration, 'in
pur country:"
, The President said he also bevo
Heves 'that every ,,,',particpint
-in the mob yill-finally cog to'
feel sense of guilt and ember:.
rassment because of his failure.
to show toward a friendly,visity
or the ordinary measure of
, courtesy and hosoitalitv-st
,He said be is ',gcertain that the
vast majority of citizens,' both
in -Peru- and in the United Ststei,
denim the incident' caused by a
few." :A 4. ,
The President noted "with:sat.
Isfaction" that Abe Peruvian goy.
erment already has eXpressed Its
regret to Nixon.4.
' no President concluded his per personal
sonal personal message by saying,tagive my
love to Pat XNixon's wife) and
warm regard to yourself." I-le
signed-, it with-the.initiala.-D., E.:
Actio- vecretary of state Christ.
Ian A. l'rter read the President's
messave to the Vice-President by
radicaelephone to Nixon's plane

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Betweezi -midnight and 12:30
todaY ASUI1C1011 Francito
Arevalo, 38, Salvadorean, who
was apparently' lying down on
the Madden Dam road, was kill killed
ed killed by a hit-and-run driver. r
The unknown vehicle ',which
killed. Arevalo Apparently strad straddled
dled straddled his body,, a preliminary in-.
vestigation by Canal Zone Police
The top of .Arevalo's head was
crushed in the,- accident, and
ohead matter'1- scattered in both
traffic lanes.
Arevalo. lived at House 49 in
Buenos Aires.
His body was discovered by the
occupants of a passenger, bus
driven, by Carlton. E. Blackman,
whq notified police, .1. ,4
A doctor from Clorgas Hospital
waaicalled to the scene where he
pronounced the victim dead.
f Canal Zone "pollee', recalled

while it was en route frem Lima
to Quito.
White Nou'la grass socrotary
"Jamas Ct, Hagerty curtly brush.,
od aside a reporter's t, question
whether tho State, Departmont
had gluon Nixon any guidance
as to what action ha should take
in case 'of further hostile dem.'
onstrations. ,
v. , t
"He ,is 'Vice President of the
United States,"' Hagerty said. A
The President's message to Nix

, "Dear Dick:
"Your courage, patience 'and
calmness in the demonstation dir,
ected against you by radical agit,
ators have brought You new res.
pect and admiration in our count.
ry. ont, certain that the ; vast
majtU es of citizens, both in Pe.
rtt and in' the United States, de.
plore the incident Caused by, a
few. ,
"I note with satisfaction tthat
the Peruvian'government has al.
ready expressed to you its regret.
Indeed, feel that -every particip.
ant in the mob mill finally come
to feel s sense of guilt and int intbarrassment
barrassment intbarrassment because of his failure
toshowioward, friendly visitor
the ordinary measure of courtesy
and hospitality. Give my love to
Pat and warm xecard to yourself
"As ever, D, E." ,

'today that In years past there
have been several accidents of
this type where victims were
apparently hit While'. lying on
'the highway, either asleep or,
intoxicated. In some cases, ac-
cidents were, narrowly averted
hy quick action on the, part Of
the driver.! -
Investigation Indicated th'a,t A Arevel
revel Arevel was lying diagonally on
the highway when the hit-andrun
driver straddled. his body.
Its lower portion was not crush-,
ed, arid a glass bottle in hie tron tronser'nocket
ser'nocket tronser'nocket was not damagett,'
'Mere were no kid-marks on
the surface Of the -highway, nor'
had the ,body been dragged.
Apparently, no' -other vehiele
had passed lieforethe kus came 1
along.
Arevalo's body, Was taken to
the porgy; morgue.

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we' raWd.11.1,11asibota'amba br deLdat hsikenY:StShteh' Me neleahcpi eaktn ,5 tWse
Shoulder while his ship wait, In
port 'TuesclaYo isjbetter todaY1 Pe Pete
te Pete Solo Hospital, regOrtno 4-
Teurt attaches-said Lasky's con.
dition la such. that original plans
for at preliminary hearing in Cris.,
tobal Magistrate's 'Court this af afternoon
ternoon afternoon for.1 his alleged assailant
wilt probably go forward,as ached
',For want. of 31,00, ball, Canal
Zone police have been holding Se.,
muel, Hendricks, 7, 6 second 'cook
aboard the, Metapap, on a charge
of assiult with a deadly wesoon
tasky, 31, was stabbed with a
kitchen knife otter he had 'laid
of" HendriCki for the day beating.
ed of alleged' drunkenness-,
Both men' are 'American citizens,'
,,Three crewMen pff the Matapan
willtestifv- at the
. pok Diqtritt Attorney Ildwiand
Ilazard and.,Assigtant District
Attorney ,L,Moron Thomson wore
on the Ationtig' Side this morning
in connection 'with the assault..

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Completion' date' for' ,tlie 'new'
traffie light assembly at Fourth
of July' Avenue, Goreas Road and
J Street is May it was learned
today.
Istothtng 1 definite I. known 'is
tWkwhen the -light will be put
through a testing 'period, but
some' observer say this will
probably be' done next 'week: 4
A test is necessary before final
acceptance.
Apparently thBe are all
but finished, but are covered
with wrapping to indicate they
are not in use,," '

Selctive:Service
Chief'Will' Attend
Conferetiee In 'DC

H Perantie chief of
ministrative Branch and deputy
director of Selective Service for
the 'Canal ,Zone, 'will for
Washington over the weekend to
attend a confcrence of stato direct
ors ;of Selective Service. The con.
feronces will last about a week.
Perantle.hal,, held the position
of, deputy director- of Selective
Service for tint Canal Zone for the
pagt year. i
During his absence, 11., L, 'Ander
Sint will act as rhief of 'the Admi..
nistrative Mranch.
Week Ofjune :1:
Proccloimed Youth
Fitness', eek

Attintion Juts been called ,, byl
Gov, W., E. Potter to a nrocktna.
Hon Issued by President -Eisen.
lower designating the week be.
'tinning June, I. as National -Youth
Fitness Week.
In the proclamation. the Presi President
dent President reouested that officials of the
Government- and American', ear.,
epts. os well ,stif business.lahor.
educational, religious. and'. civic
eroues tvut eenronriltte-mem4
promote' broeffittvisretitetivt.
ties .which will better the.mentel
spirituel,. social. an4 physical, fit
ness of the youtk or America.

,, : WASHINGTON 'May 9 (UP) ',-..- Prospects for a-sea-,
level Can 61 at Panama are receding in the wa e of tho
.
world business turndown that has temporarily affected the:
i , ,,
total volume or Inter-oceanic transportahon., '', ,,:
.,',',, ,The 'pre;recession'indications that Panam Canal
traffic might absorb present capacity by 1970 will be re-,
.
evaluated, in the light' of revised estimates of :future
.
volume.,',1' ,,,,,., , f ,t
,1 ,Meanwhile, Congressional optnion7oPPeors to, shift
toward relatively short-term Improvements ,of ,the present
waterway rather than a sea-level canal, a cotnpletely re-'
.
,
constructed locks canal, or a possible new canal on the
,
Nicaraguan route. i '. -,; 4 ..,, ,) 1 .,,
's The ecOnomic downturn with probable rduCtion of
'
inter-oceanic traffic hos dissIpated the "politiCalissense
of ur9ency concerning the early constructton of Ale
tonar,, --,. ., , ',..., ..,1 ,,,, t, ,,,t t, ,,. I t'f,'", .,,, 1,
1 ''''', Tti ';riaximuni,, aCtion Ibitartgres's itil9S8 ivill hO
, 1,.. . ,' ,
prelimin ry, considera on of.,a short term program,for
svtdening' and straighte mg some sectors of 4he.Petions6
Canal ot 'an Astitt;tedicost of $20,000,0,,,I, .1$,Avill not
be:reached if Congressmdjounts earlyin the summer. 4-,
, , , , ,,, .,. t.. ., t, ',,., ,,..4 an A ,v 4 4 i,.'l
' '114 big decision concerning fu., leader. question the expediencY'rf
ture Canal Pone,' will, not be made airing political-, questions .-abot,,,
before '1959 at the ,earliest, ,bY the PanaMa 14 nal until teFhnical
which time the House Merchant,reports now in preparation maks
Marine committee will have it com-lelear the general nature of inter interplete
plete interplete technical report from an en- national and juridical questions
gineering group-,which, is anylaz- whillit would litive to be consider.
ing every phase of the trans-bah- ed in event ,of' any major' trans,.
man, canal 'problem. '' : isthmian' waterway.- construction
' Political support lor a soa-le- rpoject,-,1- ; 3 ,', ,-- ,: L , ,
oil 'or ,onlarged locks Canal at The executive branch of ', tit
Panama' might rovivi in .1960 United 'States 'government does
, if tint business rotossion compels not want any aggravation of friO.
', big programs foe public ,works tion With the' Republic of Panama,
',for ,roasons Of stimulation to in- according to understanding at thi '-,
: dustry and employment. Ciipitolo, ) :,. ,-, 4 ,,' ,k ,,, .,
' Cargo tonnage through the Pa-, ' ( 1.
name Canal in the last half of the T, ,sh , -...
1
calender year 1958 was' ;5,067,000, Pin aky-Oldsfers --
tons,' a leveling off after a record! 111174 , ( ., ,,. ,t
of 29,60,4700 ton le the first hal I '-e- -,, ie !' ' .'' .-, : :
of the calender,lear,0 ,
, h th C oin lounosters
Cargn tonnalto hrono a an

',He was given a $5 fine with ithe
eectatiott that he weld& prgbalr ', ''..,
to show much higher costs un.
'der .pretent conditions. , atom 1115ett zur zractures. t,,A.,..- .,
. Strategical merits of various
long-term canal projects must al- W aerve,it-ouL,. I ". v., ,,, .,,
so be considered Py Congress. ,The JUall Jimenez. IV a grerhaired
largest commercial and naval 'Pans InSniall. -also -.teemed v,..very :
craft ; cannot transit- the' Present confused and shakr,The charge a :
Canal.'4 0. -t ' ; ,' gainst him was-vagrancy; but he
-Hypothefically, any obs'truction WairISO 'tePOrted as intoxicated.
of the Panama Canal in event of He will spend the next 30'days in
a futttre war wotdd compel a large jail'. , ,. ,A -,
share .of free world shipping to One'. youitg iniferer Jollied Then -'"'
use a' route around South Ameri- Ile Is Jose' Maria Rivera'. 23'; Pe.'
ca,'giving new strategical Import- namanian,, who was, foundi with,
ance to. Drake Straits 'between the fenced Anclosure on Rfserv0
South America 'and Palmer Land. Hilly. in Balbec, '" -, 4
Bearing upon this situation is , '' ';..1!".,
the question whether President El- oft '' '
, le'nnlkiti!''-''',
senhower's proposal regarding an LaD t.,,, F
internafional Antarctic treaty for A ' ' s. .... ; ')
peaceful,' and scientific purposes Assumesrvutips:'
As Piirt Captain '
will Pe, accomplished. ,, .,-, ; i"
The 'alternative to 'Inch Interne-
tional,cooperation -- if it Is re ',, .,.,
, t.;.ap ...lames A, Flenniken; 01
jected -, would apparently.) be a ,,,,., t ,,,.., 4 ,, rt.
ag:snerteratoln' ,sotfif,faen;In4gal,tnotby,,nthateionual
cCaaptpta. iAnnotthothney'tCo.tRt octesBstaelpr an! r000ll
orrivedhere recently to succeel
claiMs by eight countries in An Antarctical
tarctical Antarctical and ,the possible future
. over his n ell?' duties today- it wA
nited States. t .-
announced at Balboa H e 1 g h t e
Flenniken ii also chairman of tla
,Drake Straits may- therefore' is isSUMe
SUMe isSUMe more or less strategic gig gignificance,
nificance, gignificance, according to.the results Bcssrd a I-4c
of the Eisenhower Antarctic pro. al Inspectors.' ,. l
A 'grod'ilate et Amtanolisr III ths
posal.' , ,, ,.., ,' , rho's of '193Vtlenniken came rti
the:Canal Zone from the staff -ti
Well infermed sources at the
Capitol de not expect that the the commandant of the 13th Navg
present session of Congress will tioriet in ceattle.. 1 1
take action en pending resolutions His wartime service Includel
to reassert United States pore. posts 5 a lubniarine commander
noerations officer on the staff g
tual sovereignty, ever the, Pane.,
ma Canal Zone. r ,,, ,, , Submarine Souadron 5, executivo
t There is some Congressional con- roffirer on the submarine- Undo
cern over Communist agitation for Holland and commandine ',,' office
"internationalization", of the Can.' of the attack carom shin Shoshone
al, and also!some Panama poli- Rootsler 13 Ilehfellled te lea,
tical 'agitation- based- on-different the Isthmus tonight bv slilo fro'
views concerning the present rea- California where he-will-serve Al
ty status ef the Canal Zone. commander of the Lone read
However, some Congressional Group, Pacific Reserve Fleet, ,. r

ill 1211JUIVJLII r,
Two elderlv men -who looltP4 sl
if ley', dP ,good food an4 lodg.
ing in ,13albok jail would alf least
provide, them witit,,a temnorars
place of security ere installed a.
mong thet younger prisoner.Oherl

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praised the personal courage:of U.S.' Vice-president, ilich ,: i : ...,.,..,.;-.. : , ,,,7. .,..:..... ; .,, ., ,,, ,..,,,.,,,.,,,,..,. , .. i ,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,..,,, ,,,, , .. ,.. .,, ,,,. . :. ,; ..,,,,,:,J.,,.,,,,, ,,,
. -ard M.....Nixon who. braved a' Communist-led mob which i., ', ,... ,..., - ., f '.. ..,- ....; .-
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: ';' Nixon left at 8 a.m.'for 'Quito, on the next lip of 'his i 1!
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it ru.i. ambassador :Theodore )0, Arevalo, 38, Salvadorean, who this type where victims were 1-- '611' '17,11v Naar. ,Iti,
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Oxon to visit the'university de- k, ',, i the Madden Dam road, was kill- 'the highway, either. asleep or, i, ' : , ., t , :- ', '.
violence.- .. i .'" k ed by a hit-and-run driver. intoxicated. In some cases, ac- , , '! ',.. i,,- .,
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urged him to remain away and -, s'l killed. Arevalo ,apparently strad- ,by quick action on the part of -, 4
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WASHINGTON May 9 (UP) '''--- Prespicts far alial;
the university'and the fact he ', "head matter'1- scattered in both Its lower portion was not crush-
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EMOTIONALISM-
get quite a,..kick out of reading windy Panama Joe (Mail
1Box, April 28-20. Also was disturbed by his lack of, objectivity
the extraordinary emotional lengths' to which he went in
otttempting to evade the 1903 treaty,
Why doesn't Joe and the others 'who do so much hedging
About living up to their obligations re-read that treaty? It says
-the Vhited States to all intents and purposes is sovereign in the
' cme. to the exclusion of the exercise of such sovereign rightS by
Aourafrlends inPanama.
It is Joe's twisted type of 'thinking, trying to make Uncle
lugs!' look like a treaty evader instead of calling a spade a spade,
that permits Panama's -false leaders to walk over 90 percent of
et citizens and rub their faces in the dirt.
May I suggest that Joe da a little thinking? Partallal boasts
Ane of the finest school systems in Latin America. Why? Because
Ahrdaesn't have to maintain an army, navy or air force. These
are frightfully expensive, if Joe has ever thought of it. He should
toe-able to guess why Panama does not have to support such
Institutions. He must be capable of that -much logic.
His emotionalism Is disturbing. Here am I, an outsider whose
linotey is slightly involved, and I am beginning to wonder how
-Ouch time Panama's schools spend on developing the brain, the
jone- organ that ,really sets man apart from God's other creatures.
What about the emotionalism of those students last Friday.
;The same week that they were dribbling away their time plant planting
ing planting flags, I read where PUIRManiftli farmers were being taken
lor a ride by their own politicians for lack of a stable agricul agricultural
tural agricultural policy. I also read of conditions being a disgrace in one
l'ariamanian hospital. These things I read in the Spanish news news-
- news- Vapers.' What are Joe's students and .10-called leaders doing
-About them?
Joe should remember, and remember well, that history
:teaches us that whenever things are tough at home the little
'selfish group at the top always manages to take the eyes of the
leople off their own plight, and divert their minds with vro vrofpaganda.
fpaganda. vrofpaganda. If Joe is not bright enough to learn thit much from
:history, then sadly I'll have to conclude that it really is the
rmry barrel that makes the most noise.
Sancho Pauli..

NEVF CEDULAS

I I have been told that all PanaMailiall citizens and foreigners
: .: ivini In Panama are supposed to apply for, new ,cedulas,,,and
1,, ould appreciate being told whit is expected of gringos living
'' 'Potnama;. kv,,';', .-- .., '''',',,; ', ,,k, , , ,,,
1 :' .1 ,-Ilwent to got the form to fill out, and as-I do not speak
, Spanish welt ',received nothing but giggles from the,clerks.,Then
i''. one told Me: "No, you don't need!' ',, ,.,
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A 'k, few days later I went back, got eform, filled it, in, then
, , 4.-
I was told to keep -,it till June.. ....,, . ,. ,,' ,
l',,' ,,--- While there I overheard a clerk talking to an American lidy
I aboOt her lasthame. The clerk said,: that as the lady was no
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longer' married she was supposed to go by her father's name.
',,, The lady-ss,i,t -!,'No''', I am a widow. Thlsjs My name.",,33ot,the
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it clerk insisted she-use her-lather's tame., 74'
Someone down in that office had better get on the bait And
vhat about the cedula-holders Who are out of the country, 110V1,
1' but will return after June?,
, , -Wondering.

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- :' COMPARATIVE HoNEnt,
A
: In' regiode to the Commissary firing of the 19 Local Raters wit
and the transfer of the cashiers, I'd like to know why the U.S. ine
Raters were only placed on probation. Arethey all Aliat much SIM
more honest? t, wit
N
- Now employes are ,not allowed to buy their' lunch at noon, 15
because at that hour they are supposed to be pilfering. Where PI
' do they carry the stuff?. Can they pass through the check-out !ut
booth with a, boX of goods as the U.S. Raters do, end have the ma
eashier tell them "It's OK. This is already paid for." The cashier seo
had better' take the U.S. Rater's word for this, for if she dol
investigates she will get bawled out. ' -- or(n
, When Local Rater3 leave their jobs you do not see them back la
at nights with their car, Or calling on- some friend they left-there ,141,1
working. Local Raters do not have shops oriestaurants in town 'Li
to which they can deliver contraband goodk nor do they have a",
the opportunity to take home their grpeeries and pay when they In
feel like it. t,' - , ,
Do the 'commissary's entity onis'teet Justified as they"watch 1a,
the innocent stiffer? Is it stealing or taking when a comthissary
customer takes $10 dress tag, and puts it On a $25 dress,- then
pays $10 to eke. the dress?,
k They tell Ine that bnce, a superviNor -was leaving the store
' with e, radio.,-,When asked ebout it he said it was Paid for, It ,,,;(1
was later learned that the 'radio was not paid for. Since he WaS
tot a Local Rater, all that happened to. this supervisor is that 7,1;
ha was called on,to pay for the radio. Ile has not be'en fired, R.
transferred, demoted. nor taken to court. He is still working.
- Yet a Local Rater was taken to court over a lousy eight-dent
'piece of ice. Next thing the. Local Raters will bear is that if
' they are found catching water a glass or' a bottle they will. be sec
'dragged into court or stealing the water.
teep Behind the Screen 'r
:SAFETY COCOLI. a
, -111
"Well Done" is a' phrase of ,praise with Nvhich we are all thl
familiar. It is an accolade bestowed on an individual or group a
tor outstanding work performed' aboie and beyond the call of ee
regular duty. This acclamation ca,n,',also have a very, different
Interpretation. , ' , wi
, 'Much has been written and even More' has been said a-bout ne
being safety conscious. We have had safety batted home to us ivl
from every ',conceivable position safety'. meetings, safety slo slogems,'
gems,' slogems,' safety billboards, safety sontests. safety' over TV and ra raimd
imd raimd ad ininitum. This is all Very beautiful, attractive and
commendable from a thekretical standpoint.' How about a 14tle
practical, application?' ,, , ,
I refer to the living quarters !Nth, 'housing aria located in ''
' the townxite of Cocoll. ,
- Let's face' it; we are looking' at it everi Minute of every
14-hour ,day the danger of fire. ,
These quarters are a veritable tire trap; Not one house it
equipped with any form of fire protection. All ot the fire ex.
tinguishers hairelong ince been removed. And not one, house
is equipped with a fire escape, , ,
In' case' of fire -how are we who live on the second floor go go.
. go. trig to escape. Jump? Yes, it's the only Way down and out.
, What ate we waiting for, another conflagration, catastrophe
or holocaust' before Management realizes the potential danger
of this condition and takes some means to correct it?
Yes, my good neighbors of Cocoa how 'would you like to be
rooked, medium, rare or well dont?
- , Call MS 119

I see Where the Siete Department of the United'States in
Washington hiu; viewed the flag situation as a childish, student
prank. the same as did the officials in Balboa Heights and
most of the 1001 gringos on the Isthmus. This is quite under under,
, under, etands,ble as any level-headed ,individual, Panamanian or. grin grins
s grins go, will readily agree. , ,
. you were to look back through the history of Panama or
the guest register of the Tivoli Hotel,' you will see where Presi Presidents,
dents, Presidents, ex-Presidents, ambusadors, ex-ambassadors,' diputados
and ex-diputados, officials and ex-officials of. the government
of Panama sought, refuge ther,e and thanked their lucky stars
andthe 48 stars, and 43 stripes or the flag of the United States
for a haven of ,protection when suchlricidente WOUldWarrant
such a move, and no one was more thankful for the sovereignty
of the United Statet than some of the most brilliant men In the
history of Panama. ,, , '
, , Spirit ,el '58

I,abor Nelvs
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1
COMM eil t

By VICTOR RIESEL.
inlleslomualnolalikikell'ivitorrib'eudsthbuess;
man, act hke a business man, you
hmaasy juwstellsebeen ahislaubonrionle,sadevrprwohhot
and loss statement" and is aware
that he must slash expense though
the world believes his outfit has
millions stashed away.
Typical are Walter Reuther's
headathes, which aspirins won't
cure unless he packages them and
sells them at a profit Detailed
figures now are available on the
United Auto Workers Union 's
woes in the midst of their struggle
with the industry.
The red of Reuther hair is re.
fleeted on the union's balance
sheet. In January UAW spent
$226,244 more than in dues. By
April three -months late r
UAW's deficit grew larger when
$450,000 to 5500,000 a month in
dues money stoppect coming in as
the ranks of unemployed Auta
Workers. swelled.
The ether day Reuther.ens the
24 members of the Auto Union's
Executive Board sat arennd a
beard.of directors-type table look
Ins as glum es any beerd of di directors
rectors directors type businessmenseek
ing le cut exonurs. SO with
ene difference: they were a.
ware that the woe'd was ton&
nu aireund behind their, neat
business suited,shoutilers. yhe
Union's "executives" took
ten percent salary cut and then
, began scalpeling their iuditet.
One of the first items to stiffer
was the radin and TV nrornrition
expenditure. Tdis IV:13 alaShefl al almost
most almost 50 Percent: They didn't fire
anyontthey just cut stations out
of their network, Thent her Chang,.
ed their newspaper, "Snlidarity",
from e weekly to a semLmonthiv,
hut withnut deciling whether to
'retain all of the six currnt. re
gional editions of the paean L
Fast TIPTICil work revealed' this
saved them only 560.000 a month. I
Then thty hit the routine econom.
its. 'WPM went oui to cut print ;
ing,, telephone, postage and other
operational costs.. 1
,,Then came the toughest aecis.,
len ter labor' twitters firinos.
'' It wag dfcided ihat ebent 150
1- Staff members had to go. Some.
one said, however, that ;(I ,'
these lobs could be saved n the'
Ishii members In- ihe w e
echelons also took a., voluntary
10 percent
Just about now the' staff should
be receiving letters from Peuther
or secretary-treasurer Emil Mk
zev asking them to shear their
salariesunless tope Staff men
have some serious,problems nre
venting then) Thenr tutting their
income now. These notes are
going to the "junior executives"
and not to secretaries, tynists
file clerks or- other- operstional
employes. But, here too. layoffs
STP cominc,
All of these office- workers are
unionized. Thu the Auto -leaders
will run Into the problems bus.
inessmen encounter in layoffs
sveh as seniority. Newest wervers
will be the first to go: BY 'June
15, Reuther hopes to have the
union optrating on 'an econonlY
budget. That's the dertline.
that time the union win need to
spend hundreds of thoneeneil of
dollars in its drive on'the aUto
orompanies and the red heads
wants his outfit down lei fighting
trim.
The 4 question asked every:
where. eio 'course, Is whet about
the S36.000.000 In total union as assets?
sets? assets? Most recent flour's -show'
land anft holliiines worth it tittle
over S7.000.000. These con't be
liquidated. You lust don't mil a
L union headouarters.
There is. items $3.250,000 In
, seeured buildings loans s't lees!
' unions. This can't be touched. MI.
' (me foreelnses on a local unit,.
These will be used. as secitritv for
, Reuther's borrowing 'from' bsnks,
, however. 4,
ThPrrn is Shout 'V301.000,,
' securities., mueli of it. in govern.
ment.bonds. Selling Ihe,lit fluid
force the, union nrit ordy in bike a
loss, but to dire into eanitol-dhe
haekbone of busingss-s e eltrIty
such' linuidetion 'weJlit -go, down
the' drain fast enough ,--heeelito
I the union !men& nearly A, PM,1)Mt)
5 a montK: The only thingsleft iS to
eennemire.
t Sn that business tyne It; W
with thewerrie4 look 7100,1t
nereMlorily 113 frOM evastlt
iVe could ite' a 7 labor
leader.

, There vas an old fable that!
when, Xing Richard the Lions.",
Hearted waa held prisoner in
Austria after the' Crusades, a
wandering minstrel, Hlondel,
Sought to And him. The min-.
strel went from castle to castle,
singing part of an English bat
lad which had been a favorite
of the King's. ,Finally. front
the, dark towor Durenstein,
a voice replied with the rest or
'the ballad. and the lost King
or England wits found., ,
..0..aritannics Jr. Xocielopedisi

WASHINGTON Difaculty of
imall business ill borrowing mon.
ey, nes prompted Congressmau
Vvright Patman, :rens Democrat,'
to introduce a bill requiring tne
Federal Reserve banks yoa pay
$10,000,000 each to set up a spe special
cial special bank for the express purpose
of lending money to small nusi nusibessmen.
bessmen. nusibessmen. ,
During a eosecl-door hearing on
his bill, l'atmen cited facts to
show that hard,,up small business.
es have been granted far ,,,Iewer
loans, than. the, big
"The actual figures, I must
say, -are astounding," admitted
Federal Reserve Governor J. .1,
Robertson. "But the fact that big
business' would get more credit
during this period thee small
business was not astounding to

During the elosed.door hearings,
Brooklyn's battling Congressm
Abraham Multer picked a tt it
with the Federal Reserve gover.
nors, which, was not suppOsed to
be reported.'
However, this column ell re
port what was said.
- "Of course," snorted Multer,
"we have some members of the
American Bankers Association,
coming before the Banking a n d
Currency Comtnittee and taking
the view. .'Why, this 'is our
bank. The 'Federal Reserve Bank
belongs to us, -the private bank.
era.' 11,
"I have heard that, and
would disagree," retorted Charles
Shepardson, one of the five goy.
ernors of the Federal Reserve
Board. I
"When they are allowed to oc.
cupy Federal Reserve Board guar.
ters," suggested Multer, "maybe
they get the idea that they do
own the bank."
"I may say right thire," shot
back Shepardson. "and I think I
am correct in this, the few in.
stances where the American Bank.
era Association has some space
in our Federal Reserve banks,
they are paying rent for it."
"I would not care it they paid
over twice the going rental value
in that area," snaPPed Winer. "I
say again, I think you should
keep the space vacant."'
"I think you have made a point,
air," adthitted.Shapardson.
- , ) -) ;
r INSIDE'SENATE
! CLOAKR0OMS

Judging 'by'' the way candidates
have already started to sprout,
the Senate wi1 provide a whole
forest 0: presidenlial timber hy
1960. , t, A
Rivalry ovir the Democratic 116:
mination has already broken up
three Senate tronies who used to
work together backstop: Lyndon
Johnson, the tall, ambling Texan;
Jock Keunedy, the shy, mon-haired
: Bay Stater; and fiubert
Hurtiphrey, the rewent-faced, au.
percharged 'Minnesotan: Demo Demoerotic
erotic Demoerotic Senators are becoming in increasingly
creasingly increasingly restive under likable
Lyndon's leadership., Still they
grudgingly admire his adroit po.
litical maneuvering. ,
The two Senators whom Lyndon
has the most difficulty monipteot monipteoting
ing monipteoting are both from Tennessee; ea,
and bright, brash Albert Gore. He Hefauver
fauver Hefauver has long worn the I o n e ewolf
wolf ewolf label. But lately Gore, t o o,
has bristled and balked when Lyn--
do ried to push, him;..Two feuds
between Senntors from the same
state have become the talk of the
Senate cloakroom. 1, They are:
Wayne Morse vo. Dick Neuberger,
Oregon Democutc and Norris
Cotton vs. Styles Bridges, New
Hampshire Republicans.
Senate GOP leader Bill Hnow.
land'i the ponderous Oakland Tri Tribuns
buns Tribuns publisher who is trying to
run the Republican side of the
Senate and to run .for governor
of Cardornia at the same time,
of ()prof! oe rdni enneteary beorner
ov labor
reforms. When he tried to tack 1
his amendments' to a bill that
would regulate industrial pension
and lintoewe'fare-runds, be-ne
glected to lo his amendments on'
the table for laterdebate. 1
This enibled the Democrita to
ahut off debate. .Knowland also'

1

neglected to notify, his own ) Re, 1
Amman colleagues ot his plato.,4
As a result, is4ew York's astute
Sen. Irving Ives tilreatenu to coun- 4
teract Knowland's labor reorms
with a. series of fair employment 1
amendments. Ives rounded up 1
nine more Repub icons who prom
ised to vote with himwhich con- 1
tributed to the complete collapse 1
of Knowland's move. 1
NICE BUSiNESS ON THE EIDE
Only the biggest in the business
were invited, but a few mortgage
dealers met secretly at 'W hit e
Sulphur Springs, W. Va., recently
to discuss how to escape-a ,gov.
ernment crackdown on cer t a in
building and loan companies which
milk their borrowers tor insurance
and escrow business.-- t'
The meeting 'was held before a
management tonference called by
the United States ,Savings and
Loan League for, firms As Assets
sets Assets over $40,00140007;
'Some of the biggest operators
slipped into White Sulphur lead
of schedule for the secret powwow,
summoned by Joe Hoelt, president
of the Glendale, Cal., retire' Sett Settings
ings Settings and Loan which ',operates a
sloe escrow business. n
He called attention to the fate
of the Miami Beach lederal Say.
ings and Loan which was investi.
gated for allegedly coercing cus,
towers to buy their insurance
from 'officers of the company :in
return for, 102115.'
A' Federal Grand Jury ,subse.
quently dropped these charges but
indicted the officers instead for
allegedly lending money to corpor corporations
ations corporations owned by, themselves.i
Meanwhile the Home Loan bank
Board, which regulates -1 building
and loan companies. la investigat investigating
ing investigating the insurance and escrow
business of companies in Califor

, The big mortgage dealers, who
met with Hoeft at White Sulphur
Springs, discussed how they could
continue their !ride activities and
still keep their Ails clean. they
also criticized 'the Home It oan
Bank Board for artibrarily kiditing
out top o ficers the 'Miami
Beach Federal', without avvaiting
the outcome of their trial.
t It remains to be seen whether
Uncle tam can curb the pressure
tactics of certain' savings I n
loan companies ,now that neW
plications for homes bans hive
Started to pour in,
' WASHINGTON WHIRL'

Chatting confidentially with
friends, Vice President. Nixon the
other day'compared the difference
between bin and, Ptesident Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's attitude toward the reces recession.
sion. recession. "I learned what it wai like
to be without ,money ,during the
depression,!' -Nixon h

PLANE LANDS SAFELY SAFELY,
, SAFELY, LONDON (UPI A Pan-Ameri.
can, Airliner skidded to safe
stop on the London runway
Wednesday ,a, ter the tires on both
right side wheels blew put on
landing. The plane, carrying 31
Passengers, was en route from
New York to Hamburg, Germany
There were no iNuries.

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boss US never' wealthy, but the
Army took care of him. ;.Vvinte
flouse consultant St. Pau iohnston
of the Aeronautical Sciences Insti Institute
tute Institute has been telling friends a about
bout about the time liter, while pre 1.
dent of Columbia University, call.
ed on him for addvice on a scien scientific
tific scientific problem.. When the advisers
reported a few weeks later ,J that

ea on nim 'or aaavice on a sewn. --- .i 'nv L.nn
titic problem.. When the advisers than a matarlor has to be brave,
reported a few weeks later ,J that cyan if 'he's. frintitenPfl.
they hadn't found a solution,. Ike Mut the among thee
angrly- poundid the table, and Illtnve men-- including obit', 4,tt
shouted: "But we decidod it eculdi rtnes. the bravest
be solved ".4. Cominissionar of 'Hiler in the hntiness was so
Education Lawrence Derthick has erneig you could smell the reek
applied to the Soviet Embassy of it,
,for a,-,visa to, visit u as i ae, Tbe dav befOre Ortega- hod Ail,.
wants to take look for himself led two bulls,"reciblerido7 his
at Russia's educational system... snecielltr. letriY.nflo .meang thRt
In return, the Soviet Minister of )01 the when, is
Education has been invited to vis. ehare,,g1 ynit an4 'von tire chera.
it the USA in October. ing him and yol provole the

rhe -Braver Bulls
Cy CO3

,
SEVILLE, Spain,-. They nearly Icharge,with a flirt of the red Ian Ianalways
always Ianalways Tut theMiuras on Iasi, br I net in.your hanti and go. Mr
at least close to the finish of tikt the born with the sword in your
bullfighting festival, because Wel rigat -
Miuras have a sinister reputiloa Ortega got two ears as a reward
of.having killed more toreros than for killing ms last bud, after, fight.
any other- brand of bull. ; ing tim well the day before the
I supnoe you all have .at one Miura& On the day of the Miura'
all the other bullfighters. the
time at,.ended a house party that be wouldn't let any closer to the
overstretched itself, where the peo. animal than an old lady approach
ple were tiring of each other and ing a larre mouseThis affected
tempers Were wearing verythin.
You can enous just so much and killers, the banderilleros. the pit pitthen
then pitthen your best- friend's' face slid, eadores It WEIS possibly 'the worst
denly becomes repulsive. -This corrida'r have ever seen- out. of
hapnens also on sea voyages an,i some several bundred.-.--1

of laving killed more toreros than
any other brand of bull.- :
I suppose you all have at one
time attended a house party that
overstretched itself, where the peo.
ple were tiring of each other and
tempers were wearing verythin.
You can earous just so much and
then your best friend's face awl-
denly becomes repulsive. 'This
hapnens also on sea voyages awl
on safaris, on any OCeasion,
which reople are constantly eln
eat. other's company,
So that's whv you get the Mit).
rasthe race of thnt nroduc.
ed thn one who killo4 Allanolete
a lime town enlied Linares. Theo
are Igo. tall. tough. ranov
not nretty to see. And they hook
teoriblo.
A -"good" bull charges straiobt
saeg wells nnd is having hit
firq Onto ne tho cont.. A vavi
hot N. c-n.d snanioh olthne a
"min" rr
moonlit 0..4 ellosonq ore trofx.
1 tifkono4i typo,.
lows ithe ro4 woll, they' !toy
of.. 13, 4
VriUnt$ Pr" TPrPly Siffnnd
1"btrileimigs';41:1:vh'.4t.PTISAIletil:nalltintt:::ft:ht"tetifrin: notnniirrtlinriins

ri'": with f'"ftnq 0' 1,, ,cire
p p eleS, all 51 tS011," ; (7,
her oorstrils. They don't -see a,
bo114 Their see P enetOr.
'FrOM4tile stordoolot of the boll.
fidhter. the "luras werelooev the
ether day. They wouldn't follow
the pone, 'them didn't
wren the tionishin, nleed;wethev
coonnnte when ho Nn51.
eriligrns were witting In fin rut.
flefte borbe toothpicks. and 4hoy
certainly wouldn't eat the, muleta
Iike it pas 'candy. More likely. the
looked et, the man instead of at
the red,flao. and mode suggestibe
mo'ions with theie horo44-,
e businnag f'f,h4,Y0 hulls
renwces cotiro,,e, ruen fn get dawn
on the grouncl with helfa ton of
unleashed fury recrilres more cour
age thIn I've got. Even an unsoc,.
cessful bullfighter who has be.
come more a valet in the ring

- t ,14 ws;
Fear fs strangely coromunic.
stiVe thing. Certainly the animals ;
know it,,, tbe' dog of Whrit you 4.
are shy, the cat you dodn't care
for. An'twP-11 tnills it smells so
strong that the bll kenwn sit and
eventually dominoes tbe man ult.
til, by ,overweioht of opposition,
the bull is fitially
Fear has a hangover. Tt s were
P. oretiv good Ssisnit't ,4
thgtItPXt, ilsy. and the first three
toreros rot esueht'-zo1,1'nro, et..
- A ptrelity !nrylemor ntil0
wits :lust get wed
bray', ondrotten foOttOi younn Co.
rro Giron: who wound' tin' with hltf
nants tsned vvith sdhcsive, and
finsliv th. youno Chieuelo, who is
now In ths 'hotintlal with elle' big
one unier" the armpit.
,
Feae eiwortunicates.'One of the,
best 0nd-bravest Yonnosters.
me Ostos.i was workintv with a
msruelous bull on the finatday of
the fiesta, and be wss working so
well thst he offered the bull s
-rel,v,10 OXItt nosses' as' a'sort
of birthrlii Present.
, t 4
Jaime's condition Is disgnosel
today, as ',grave?, because
long horn un the bollind very
long horn indeed: The fiesta is
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NE A Veit Conospoodevoi

i, HOLLYWOOD INEA) :Close."
. tups and Longshots: In the spring
a young man's fancy ... can be
barbecued it, be's aAlollywood
' bachelor.. 1 ,,, .,T ",
, Two unmairied''',,movie glamor
girls, at least, hal) Movietown's
tootloose.and.fancy y free fellows
toasting on the spit as romantic
1 washouts in) the spring --and
all year 'round. ., ,,:
"Hollywood bachelors are spoil.
Katy Jurado, 4 girl who gets a.
- 'round. "They Allow how to handle
, 'a girl who says 'Yes' or one who
'says 'Ne," but' they 'don't know
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'soapbox is South American import,
, Linda Cristal, who says sht'd
, :rather play movie love scenes with
, :married actora (she's in Tony
'Curtis' arms in "The Perfect Fur Fur.
. Fur. :lough") "because they are much
snore adept."
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I'llost bachelors- tonfuse Paget,
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Item with ardor,. There's a world
el difference."... .' ;
Before there's 'a ance or e.
. ' ell f 4
, bate. or thht degreeing Katy and
, Linda 'on their possible ulterior
' motives, I'll strike a sneaky blow
, ',tor married men by now forget.
,ting tale whole thing,. and pro pro'
' pro' claiming the next seven days as:
, ,, "Smug Husbands' Week."
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, New film title: "How to Make a
Monster."
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are too late for this year's Christ Christ,
, Christ, Malt trade. 1 ,
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' re' 'make of "Kiss of Death," puts
Hobert Evans in the role' that
' imade Richard Widmark. But, Est Est-
- Est- i ans insists his character will, be
I even ntore vicious than Widmark's
I --and more topical.
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, ans. "I push an' old lady. off -a
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' with hobbies. Asked if her Idaho
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Nome. 41

I Walter Brennan's high-flying TV
shows tsThe Real McCoys,' failed
to win on Emmy'nominatimi, but
, the 'National Laugh joundation
,, knows a good laugh when it bears
one ;The foundation' voted it the
best-new TV comedy series of the,
Bing Nesse 11;4 the et k, Maine
guide and minor league ball-player
headed for the movie Nig time
' 'Showdown at Gun Hill" is his
10th film. likes his steaks rare,
man. When be orders 'one, he tells
the waiter: , ,
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Itollywoodites are talking about:
' Costarring of Ty Power and Gina
Lollobrigida as "Solomon and She.
ba," which goes before the cam cameras
eras cameras in Spain in September a
Jack Webb discussing a new fea feature
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blamed ',bureaucracy today for
,the delay in Sale of state lands to
, 'peasants. Although more than 20,..
peasants have filed requests
' to buy the 700,000 acres put up
'for sale by the government two
, ,niontha ago, only one sale of 12
acres 'SaS been completed, the
agency said. It blamed the "bad
work" of ministry of agriculture
Metals for the delay in handling
, transactions.

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WASHINGTON (UP)--The Edu Educational
cational Educational Policies Commission de declared
clared declared today that television, pro properly
perly properly used in the classroom, ran
be 'an effective- aid in the teach teaching
ing teaching process."
But it sharply disputed claims
by "over-enthusiastic supporters"
that "television can solve the
teacher shortage, or bring about
large savings m educational ex.
penditure.",
The commission is a body of
leading educators, sponsored joint jointly
ly jointly by. the National Education
Assn. and the American Assn. of
School Administrators. Its chair chairman
man chairman is Dr. Herman IX Wells,
president of Indiana University.
, Enthusiasts have hailed tele television
vision television teaching as a major step
forward in education. They say
it can enable hundreds of student
in' many diderent classrooms to
sit in on a lecture or laboratory
demonstration-- tonducted by a
single ""master teacher"in a cue cuetral
tral cuetral studio.,
The commissinn said a cntin cntinuing
uing cntinuing experiment at Hagerstown,
Md., has demonstrated that giv giving
ing giving basic daily lessons by closed closedcircuit
circuit closedcircuit television, can result in the
"partial 'r ele a se of classroom
teachers from the routine con constriction
striction constriction and delivery of exposi expository
tory expository material.", This Is good, it
said, because it means the class classroom
room classroom teacher has (s'inore time to
help students with their individual
learning problems." s
But ont great handicap of tele.
vision or any other "mechanical
device" like movies is that .it
provides only "one-way -communi.
cation,!.the Commission said. The
teacher can talk to 'the students
but it is difficult to work out
suitable arrangements for ,the
students to ask questions. ,
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HIKE'CAVIA PRICE ',
MOSCOW,i,(UP) The retail
price of caviarRussia's most
popular delicacy has gone up
50 per -cent. Thc price went from
130 rubles ($32.50 at the arbitrarY
official rate of exchange) per kilo
(2.2 potmds) to 190 rubles ($47.50).
Prices of ell high-grade fish,--such
as salmon and sturgeon also
were, hiked 50L per cent.

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WASHINGTON (UP)--Chances
of any American zoo importing
rare giant panda from Commu Communist
nist Communist China looked dim today al although
though although the bidding for the Teddy
Bear-like animal was up to $25
000- 3 3,3 )
: To imprt a panda would be
breaking the U.S. embargo on all
trade with Red, China. A State
Department! spokesman said "I
would be stirprised" if the ban
were relaxed to let the zoos' buy
one of the white-faced creatures.
City commissioners at St; Paul,
Minn., sent a formal request to
the State Department Wednesda
to make an exception -so a St.
Paul zoo could get a giant panda.
Theodore H. Reed, director of
the National Zoological Park here,
said only four giant patinas are
in captivity, All are in Red China,
he said, unless one has been sent
to Moscow., The animal 'a a no notive
tive notive of Tibet. One is on sale in
Peioing now to the highest nidder.
'rhe Como-Park Zoo in St. Paul
offered 125.500 for the animal
through a New York agent- Other
institutions bidding for the panda
were Chicago's Brookfield Zoo and
the Bronx Zoo New. York.
Before the ,Communists took
over the Chinese mainland Ma Madame
dame Madame Chiang Kai-shek gave some
giant pandas 'to ,this countrY., All
have -died and no American zoo
now has one: ,
Reed said almost every major
zoo hat a "lesser, panda." But he
said.,that :animal is nothilig like
the giant panda:, -.

JOBLESS TOTAL DROPS 1 REDS SCHEDULE TOURS
NURNBERG, Germany (UP)I LONDON (UP) Radio MOS

--The number of unemployed in
West Germany dropped by half
a million during Aprit. it was re reported
ported reported today. A government
amployment bureau spokesman
said the unemployment 'rolls
dropped 518,549 to a total of 589..
682 at present .1-le attributed the
decrease, to improved weather
conditions.

cow said Wednesday organized
parties of Russian tourists would
visit more -than 40 countries in
1958, including the United States.
Quoting the Tidal Soviet news
agency Tess, the radio said more
than 1,500 Russians would cruise
around Europe. Tours will take
the Russians also to the Middle
East and Asia., -
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Admiial George Wales, Conunandant of .the 15th Naval
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Wilts Coffee Wednesday
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GSests introduced ,by Mrs. 'Rus 'Russell
sell 'Russell Hechinger, club president,
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Passons, Mrs. Thomas Sheppard,
and Mrs. Wain' Jones. Mrs.-Roy
E. Pafenberg,' a new member,
was also introduced.
Names of the ladies who will
have departed the Command be before,
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September were announced, and
Ars. Harold Stablman presented
citem' with souvenir 4ioons to
close the day's activities.
Ambassador of Spain
Entertains At Luncheon-1.
, 'The Ambassador of Spain in Pa Panama
nama Panama and Mrs. Federico (id pa ktuti
entertained at luncheon at the
Embassy residence, in honor oi
Dr. and Mrs. Ricardo J. Allaro
and Mr. and Mrs.., Roque Javier
Laureanst.
Caribbean Collage Club ',
The ,Caribbean College Club Ex.
ecutive board held its anal meet meeting
ing meeting of the year at breakfast giv.
en by thepresident; Mrs- E. G.
Bissett, -at her home in Gatun
Plans for the !spring luncheon
were announced. by, Mrs: Frank
McGilberry, social chairman., The
luncheow will be held on May 24
at, the It.' Officersi.club.
Reservations 'should be made V
Mar 21,"witb, Mrs, McGilberry.
Iktrs. D- G4 Petersip or-Mrs. W.
Wrenn, of the. loCial committee.i
' The 1iew slate, of officers who
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were elected 'at the ire': general
business meeting were presented
to the present Executive Board.
The officers Include: Mrs. W. F.
Grady, president, Mrs. R. T. Con Conley,
ley, Conley, lst vice president; 'M r s.

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ident; president; Mrs. J. II:Pfau, secr,uary
and Mrs. P. L. Zeck, treasurer.
The new board aPPointment will
he announced at the qpring lunch luncheon.
eon. luncheon.
Attending the brealdast were
Mesdames: E. G. Bissett, R. L,
Brians, R. T. Conley, Peter Fir Firmer,
mer, Firmer, W. R. Grady, A. E. Jones,
W.: G. Laurie, Frank McBilberry
Pfau, S. D. Puller, W. E.
Rushing, V..1". young, and G. R.
Barnett.
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Navy' Station Aiks
Bids Qn Equipment
The Rodman Naval Station has
advertised for sale by competitive
sealed bids several models of trac tractors,
tors, tractors, trucks, typewriters and ad2
ding machines.- A BrOWIling Loco Locomotive
motive Locomotive Crane, which is located
at the Coco Solo Naval Station,
is also open tor bids.
The property may be Inspected
and copies of the invitation to
bid may be otained out any regular
working day through May 20 by
coptactieg the sales office, build.,
ing 31; Rodman Naval Station,
Phone Rodman 3847.
Bids must be received not latl
ell than the bid opening time stat stated
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Mother's 'Day
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Supper, Dandng
Sunday At JWB
In observance of Mother's Day
Sunday, the USO..IWB Armed
Forces Service Center' in Balboa
will hold a buffet supper at 5
p.m. in the auditorium.
'1"Mother for the Day" will be
Mrs. Gertrude Frank of Panama
City, who has been, a member, of
the USOJWB committee of ma management
nagement management for more than ten years.
(Music by a small combo will
provide backgrpund during the
supper hour, and later, music -for
dancing :
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dependents are invited to attend
the supper and Dancing afterward.
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ROY ,had got a splinter in his
hand and his mo1her took him on
her lap to remove it.
She'd just affixed the bandage
when his baby sister raised a wail
from upstairs. She said to him,
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"All right, run along no Your
hand is fine."
But instead of obeying e scram scrambled
bled scrambled around on her lap, flung his
arms around her and cried, "No,
Mommy, not My hand hurts me.
Don't go, don't go. My hand hurts
me awful..."
- She looked into the fourovear.old
face so anxiously demanding total
possession of her' and said 'with
sudden irritation, "Stop that silli silliness.
ness. silliness. You know I have to go to
Linda when sho cries. Now get
down froth' mv lap so I can go up..
stairs to her."
WE are bound to feel such irrita.
tion with jealous little children un
til we can see the absurdity or
their claim to total nossession of I
us- We ran belonl to nobody so
comnietely as the iellous little
childwants us' to belong to hinf. i
'' BITES BACK Great Neck,
LI., postman Charles Serven,
above, has decided, to ,bite",!
back atter being on the receiv receiving
ing receiving end of ;2,, dog bites in the
past 10 years.' 'The 'stick ke's
,-holding iswired,to givo
couraging, though harmless,',
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touraging, ,though harmless, prou not apologetle or defenstve, appeared. to be sale. ,
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: Sandy hit its crest at Paintsville, k 0 ,....;,1:;.;1:.:.' -'-,',,
Prestonburg and Martin at points .- ...,:',,--,,,-,..:-'.;;'. ;
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, flood crest-3.4 feet abov4 flood, BIO BITE ...-L G.: N., (.7erril ".r.
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Even the husband we supreme supremely
ly supremely love has to share us with other
interests as we have to share him.
sitice we realize that our jealous
child's instence en total posses
sion of us is impossible to fulfill.
we began t4 deny it with kindness
instead of irritation.
We can say,to Roy, "Poor hand,
I'm sorry it still hurts. Here,Iet
me hold it while we go upstairs
together and see what Linda
wants."
Roy has to learn to tolerate shar sharing
ing sharing us with his baby sister.

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WHEN we imagine we are doint
him a terril;le injustice every time
we have ,to turn our concern
way from him to his sister. we be
gin to develop fear that we are
failing- hint as his mother. Soon
this fear is making care of our
two 'children so bordensome that
we start thinking, ."Iph, how over.1
worked I am." 1
The truth probably is 'that we
pre exhausted, not by work but by
the conflict between our obligation
to look atter baby T,inoa and our
fear that looldnq after her is harm harmful
ful harmful to her brother,',, -"
Roar feels this guilty fear in us.
That's not good. For it confirms
his imnression that his sumclous
are right, and that hPving to share
our love with bia babv sister has
turned our love into the unreliable
thing he fears it is.
So it is ouite intrortant to re
31member that even little children
' 8.re not entitled to monopeti7A efh
er human beingS to the exclusion
of everything else,
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In !low York City
In a beautiful ceremony held
lest Saturday in the Glad Tidines
Taberoaenle ot 395 West' 33rd St.
New York. Miss Prleida Sh!vt he"
came the bride of Fernando 1-13,2
cinth.
After the ceremony: tht meAdine
porty motored to the bride's re residence
sidence residence at 740 Pork Plocein
Ivo...where recention was het&
with the oregence rn n rotables
'of Yew York's sociol reeigtor.,
briAP'P norPPVP ''"P 117r and
Mrs, Jameg Show. ro;itlenl.A of en:
Ion, awl penemtg nareats -ere
me. Mro: Alan FvoPinh. pion 1
of Colon: Mrs. If Yacint h, the
groom's mother. A progeollu re.
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en officer in tht ; Army Air
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ve Collogc le,,,tnerher, ,thP
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'was logo R ,menTher of tho
'In.evaltm .church C Y. O. basket
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house," "my children," "my gar
den" for all the world as though
she hadn't a husband. Yet her hus husband
band husband was sAting beside her, left
out of' the conversation complete
ly. ,"We". and ,"our" when used
by a huband or wife tend to draw
the other into the conversation.
"I," '"my" and "mine" leave
the marriage partner out of the
discussion.. ,
NEVER' tell a. man:
told you so" or d t d ut
think it would work, but You were
Isure you were right.
kcould have married so-and:
so, and sometimes, I wish I had,"
'",lf I weren't a gond manager
we couldn't get along' on w h t
you earn."
"You never tell met you love
me any more."' 1'
"And to think,II gave up, ,a
good job to marryNyoul.tt
"You never pav a bit ,of Wen Wention
tion Wention to anything I say.'
"Other men seem to lie ,able to
buy such and ;, such -for Iheir1
wives.", .. 1,7,t
"If vett.htd 31,qt taken my ad-.
vice, this,wouldn't have happen happened."
ed." happened."
"The trouble with you is.
' "I've been .asking vou for
months to do so-and-so." ,
"YOU don't have ,any idea of
'so," t,r1 I work."
"I wish yew, mother wouldn't..."
You never, t,ke PI, anywhere
"4 I'm ttok of the sight of ,these
'our walls."-.
,"You ought ,to see the mink
ttolo,Jim ff-ve ,Floisa fort- her'
birthday. Just the kind I've been
wonttle! fetr veltrv 't,
b011qhtNit with my money;!,
"As lone Pq workin't to
7.elp sr-vort us,.I think you ought
to. ,
"I've given you the bbst ,yeara
et my life."'
Why shoul& a wife avoid all allot
ot allot these "tntPtnentt; $114
phrases. Because each, and every,
one n't themt makes) Plnan feel
1st likel 'Malt to.'
The secret ,of kpeoing a hus.
hand Ninny, 'IS 'to make, him feel
proudnot apologetic or defensive:
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Why ws "slow down" after 402
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known unknown substance in Royal Jelly
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milligram of pttre fresh LIQUID
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ift supervised by medical doctors
for yottr safety. A product of
such high quality assures you of
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communication from the Vatlean
confirming that the Holy Father
used the product we distribute
and tho it has the honor for his,
cure. Write Golon Glow., Dent.
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UNION CHURCH
Gatun
This Sunday, Mother's Day
which concludes National Fund,
Week, will, be observed as rand
Sunday at the Gaiun Union Church
A special vice has been planne
for the entire family, with nurser.
facilities provided foi. youngster,
below school.. age. Parents. how
ever. are requested to furnish bp
sinets if needed.
The sermon by the minister NU
be: "The Grea'errk Power of Me
therboori." The 'anthem by th,
(Ilia will be PnrrY ROIVP' Shelley
"God Is Love," with a bass solt
by cyrtig Georqe,,As a' snecia
solo for lvtother's pay Miss Clair.
white will sing Franz Schtiberrs
"Ave Maria','.
' At 5:5 p.m:, the Youth Pe llow
shin fill ornsent a proursm enti!'t
ert "erest Mothers of the l'iror
411 mnothIrs are inviter; to attenri
and to remain for. refreshment,
Immn-nn,nly fnliowing in the
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Church basement.
rhure,11 School with the Aril;
nib!. Cisss meets at the re...mist'.
sebniultri hour of 9:5 cm.. Tiva

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LOUISVILLE, May 9 (UP)
A million dollar flood crest
ro.led down Kentucky's Big Sandy
River yesterday, but river front
towns appeared to have escaped
possible disaster..
Although Taint had slackened, a
total of 10 states were periled by
flood crests following a week ,of
downpours. An esti in a ted
3.000 persons were. homeless most
of them in Kentucky, and he
U, S, Weather Bureau saitt dam damage
age damage from the Big Saady't ram rampage
page rampage was exPected to run iLto the
millions of dollars.
The Red' roi announced in
Washington it., was rushing nine
disaster staff workers 'to flood floodthreatened
threatened floodthreatened Kentucky' and West
Virginia' areas. TwO Red Cross
shelters cared' for a total of 225
families 'driven from their, homes
in West Virginia. ,
' Three weeks of -almost constant
rain in West Virginia built up a
big pool of water which gushed
into the Boone Coal Corp. Mine
near Sharpies. trapping 22 men.
A Jorge pump was rushed to the
scene to get rid of the ,water and
officials said the trapped miners
appeared to be safe.
Louisiana,, 575 ainmen and
volunteers 'worked arOund t e
clock on a flOod battered levee
holding back the Red River at the
tiny community of East Point. A
break would put 10,000 acres um.
der flood waters, but 'the Shreve.
port Weather Bureau predicted a
crest within 24 hours and a prob.
able reprieve for the levee crews.
Another crest potred down the
Ohio River,': flooding land from
Parkersburg, W. Va., to Cincin.
natl. (Other flood affected or
threatened states. included Virgin Virginia,
ia, Virginia, 'Pennessee, Indiana, Arkansas
and Mississippi.
.The mainflood battle Nirtig being
fought in Kentucky, where the Big
Sandy hit its crest at Paintsville,
Prestonburg and Martin at points
lower than expected.
Prestonburg wt partially flood.
ed and Army helicopters from
Fort Knox flew in pumps, About
200 persons in the area sought
high ground at the height of the
flood threat, and 700 more fled
from Plainsville.
Kentucky's danger' center shift shifted
ed shifted Thursday night to Catlettsburg,
vvhere the Big Sandy and Ohio
rivers Join. I
Weathermen predicted, a 56-foot
flood crest-3.4 feet above flood
stageat Catlettsburg by Friday.
About 250 perlons were eVacuat.
ed, firms began moving knerchan.
dise to safety, and Mayor Charles1
Gibbs asked Gov., B. Chand'erl
UrtIJLIS AMC(' kirUir zus L) ci
I
to rush National, Guard troops td
handle traffic, '
Only one highway into the town
was left' open as Gibbs' an

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choir -will rehearse Monday and
Nedueslay evenings at 6.30.
The Duo Group of the Women't
Auxillarv will 'mid its monthlg
meeting Thursday at 9 a.m.
UNION CHURCH e e'Margarita
'Margarita e'Margarita Special Alother's Day featurea
will mark both the Sunday School
-essions and the worship services--
4 the Marcarita Union Church.
-The Pastor's sermon topic
'-os "Fortified At this
':30 a.m. service at Coco Solo Hair:
pi-1 spz01,ensil will the opost
-oloist. The choir-will furnish tits
music at th, it a.m. tsre,tarita
Aidise in- the ministrv 9f
',,Isnitalits 'will be Mr. d Airs.
Creene at Cneo Solo end
ar-1 Mrjs. James H. Hagan et
Mnryorita. -
In Dia ovenirio at 61 e.m. The
ve,,,041 ar4nr, wig The
'r 'for "., 1.010 Toillwohlvt
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4"i "b..,:t !Tr ,t11 Att ea 1
' Prl,"'i,Niogst of malombo's' talk
-"1.1101'ohrist;In
rrork! PrsToft. Jr. 'will' bit itt
eh. 'KO thA ononinl'efwitional.
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nounced Catlettsburg, was prepar preparing
ing preparing for' the Worst.
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TO the north,,marked tising waS
reported on all Ohio rivers' and
the Ohio River itself was expected,.
to' crest at '57:5 ",eet ,,Sattirday
morning in the Cincinnati: area. ..
, , 11'
, Major Flooding Throatned--,
T h e Mississippi, meanwhile,.
threatened major flooding in Ten Tennessee,
nessee, Tennessee, and the Ouachita was Vet
its banks -below Camden: Ark.'
Flooding' continued ;, along ...the
Pearl 'River from Jackson. Miss., i'
to the Gulf, and the Ohio threat-I
ened southern Indiana communi-
ties, but most nod dangers sp- ',
peared over in Itirginicy
, Elsewhere, dismal rain' conting
ed in the ortheast Connecticut
weathermen. noted thi rain Pad, 4
been coming down for six st'aighto
days and was still 'at' it. It, wit3
JUSt about this time last,, Year:
when a crippling drought itarted.';
,in the state, while 'this year crops, ),
are suffering'trom too,much rain, 1
and not enough lun.f
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Disc.:Jockey Indicted For-Inciting
;tc"l'e'n''sAteis To' Ro' noll Riot

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, BOSTON (UP)--A grand jury,
indicted New ,,York disc jockey
Ain-Freed yesterday on a charge
' of.inciting teen-agers to cause in.
juries and property damage in a
rack-,In', roll riot here last Satur.
, day nignt. .0 4
Freed,' reached in New', York',
declined comment on the indict indictment
ment indictment but said he probably would
,,' make a Statement on a later date.
, The dist jockey was beset with
troubles:as, a result of the Sat Sat-
- Sat- urday riot lp -Avhick 131. persons
Were, injured.,
' ROck-'nt roll ihriws mere banned
in ',Boston" and '',New Haven- and
, New Britain; Conn Freed -"concerts4,
in.Newark, N.J.i and Troy,
' were cancelled. Heav, re re,',strictions
,',strictions re,',strictions Were placed lin ached ached,
, ached, tiled lock fie'rll show in Trot,-
idence,', 'Bit' A- legislator intro introduced'
duced' introduced' ba 'Idassachusetts to
bar rock- !elan from .all state-
owned.buildings. 9: ,,i
, ,Stiffolk .7,, County -grand ',jury
deliberated less than'',three hours
' before retUrninifq an ',, indictment
against 1Freed. tunder i a T MASSA,
chuse,tts l'anti-anarehy" law,
,The indictment said that, Freed
,"did. Atay 3 by speech advol
cati; ,advise,' tounsel and, incite
the onlawful-destruction of real
and personal property,',, ,u
The jury, heard.live witnesses in
the case, which WAS' givek top
priority., by 'District Attorney Gar Garrett
rett Garrett H. l3yrne.
One of thertvitnessel ivas sailor
Albert Ft Baggiani, 19, of .Stotigh .Stotightong
tong .Stotightong Mass,,,, who, left his' bed at
,, the 4', Chelsea 'Naval ',Hospital to
pestifplaggiani was stabbed d,ur d,uring
ing d,uring melee that followed
Freed's ,''Big Bear,' :reek ,'n1
, show ,the Boston arena,
'', wits abjf walk into, tpti 'court 'court'
' 'court' house? Jo-, testi Raggiani also
was robhed of $70 arid his. Watch.
tlOtlu3r witnesses ,includ police
Capt.:Francis G, Wilson,, Harvard
University, student Dean S. Wood,
' and, patrolmak Alfred, McNeil.
Thelndictment was Freed's sec second
ond second legal,' setback in" 'two days:
- Wednesday. Freed. oat an attemPt
'30 winfan 'injunction to keep the
' mayor ;cf New ,, Haven ,from, -en.,
,, forcing' a ban .lon, a Freed, troupe
' ,performance ,last ,night.,
' The ,,' New -Jersey',state' Defense'
304epartment ,' cancelled a ,,,sched.,
uled; Saturday night performance
' by .the, Freed troupe, ,the N, ew-'1
ark', Armory;', at the request Of
Newark officials. Police, said they
did' not Avant' to risk 'a repetition
of the ,Boston riot.
' ,The banl Arought out, Issie
Grove,-, former boxer: and sponsor
of the, eitfort, to 'present Freed in
Newark,,, to picket' 'city, for
about 20 minutes yesterday morn.
1es, was accompanied ,,Inn pa
group, of t teen-agers, ..
' The, picketing, did not last long,

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Grove- cliimed policemen ,gave
him I and his fellow.pickets 'the
bum's rusIVA He sought- -advice
from his attorney on whether to
seek,san injunction against the
state. -
,Grove said he liaa sunk' $9,200,
"my life savings," in underwrit underwriting
ing underwriting the, cancelled program,
Freed's troupe appeared on
sghedule in Providence L t
nfght, but with 20 policemen a de detail
tail detail of plainclothes policemen 4ind
police vomen and group.. of
youth service representatives su superviiing.
perviiing. superviiing. About 3,500 teen-agers
attended thd 4Big Beat"-, show in
the ;Rhode Island Auditorium,
which-V8S about two-thirds filled.
Freed .did not appear in his usual
role of master of ceremonies.' r,

- mAY RECALI-,WORKERS-,
i'SANTA MONICA, Calif.
Douglis Aircraft Co- said yester
deY.it,-,thay an,, additional
400 to 500 laid-of wagers as a
result of an Air, Force, deciMon
to modify, B47 ,bombers

WELL "STARCH E D
workeri in ,Kaohsiun: Forrposao
isn't', shy.i ,,She's wearing the,
: typicaLcoittime, of starch dry-t;
ers on the )Nationilist Chinesel
tslanct The towel over her face,1
funglasses, ,tapered, straw bat,
and gloves- protect her fromi
bums as,the hot sun beats down!
On the snow-white starch, whicht,
she turns to dry evenly. t It wilt ,-,
be usect in free China's fast-,
growing textile industry', as well(
as confectioneries and laundries.1

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'ELECTED Aston. Parchment,
a graduate of St.& George's Jesuit
High School in KThgston, 'Jamica,
was among seven students that
Xavier University in New Orleans,
La.,' honored recentl3rsby being e elected
lected elected tri Alpha Kappa Mu 1Otion 1Otional
al 1Otional Society. Membership in this
scholarlt society is limited -', to
students who' have maintained a
high academie standard j11 their
college subjecta. Parchmen0, 4' a
junior the department of health
and physical education, has a 2.9
out of a possible 3.0 average which
ranks him ,as the highest, among
those so honored at the university,
Before coming to,Xavier, Universi..
ty, Parchment Was art employe of
the Canal Zone 'Schools Division,

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' ARINGTON, k y 9 (UP),
'loseph E. Davieg, 81, international
conference maker. for three, pre..
sidents and former ambassador to
Russia,-died at,bia home early to.,
day after a ;wig Illness.
Davies, whose last 'major public
service was 48 adviser to 'Presid 'President
ent 'President Trtfman let the' Postsdam con..
ference in -Berlin In 1945,, main main-
- main- activity in ',a 4 Vashington
law firm entirrecently:
Ile was U. S.-amliassador tp Bus.
ale from 1.936.38,,, and ambassador
to Belgium and minister to Lux Luxenbourg
enbourg Luxenbourg frem 193839, o'
David, activities, as. s'cOnfer.
he"served as economie advisertto
President 'Woodrow, n, at
the yersailles conference. He was
a sn'ecial'enyo3r bffPre bffPrebe
be bffPrebe served at econotnic conference.
Fe' was a soecial envoy ,,of Pre President
sident President Franklin ,Roosevelt Withl
rank of Ambassador to-confer-with
Soviet Marshal Joset,,, Stain from
May to' June 19a to- arrange for
the Teheran ,conference
iTe .published a Imok...:"Mission
to Moscoye,'- In !.194V
In 'June, MI, he was sent to
Britain to confer with Prime MI.
nister Winston Churchill regarding
the aporoachhm Postdam confer.,
ence. and later served ag Truman's;
adviser 'there. :

TZ,Z FANAMA AN INDErEND:!

'AN''ASIERICAN RED CROSS Instructor Training Course in "Care of sick land injured" was iecently complete Graduates of
this course,will conduct classes in the Canal Zone: The course was condtIcted by Mrs. Co firmer Rogers. The picture shows
, Mrs. Helen Utley ,demonstrating the proper way to don a cov er all apron when direct care to the sick is to-be given. In the
' 'foreground am improvised crib can be Jeen. Class members are:' (lett to right), front! row: Mrs. Helen Utley, Mrs. Courtner,'
'Rogers, instructor, Mrs. R0se Josephs, Miss Janet, Marshall, M rs. Charlotte B. Kennedy, Mrs. Charles E. Belden, -Mrs.-Arthur
Moseer,'Mrs. Sophie Evans, Mrs. Olivia J. Snodgrass. Back r.w: Mrs.',Armenia Hudson, Mrs. Kathleen Bauser, Mrs. Violet
Henry Not shown: Mrs. Evelyn Koperski, Mrs. Silvia de Duncan. , 6-
.

Jewish Youth Club,
01 Panalna Starts
Textbook Canvass
The 'Jewish, Ito Uth Club of Pana Panaina
ina Panaina hat started a ,drive to Collect
textbooks,' children's 4 books and
magazines, in Spanish and Eng English
lish English for, the use Int Panama stiL
depts Wins baste, to go to ',Publie
libraries to do their studying.
' A hottse-to-house Collection flrive
is scheduled to get under way
toliorrowrin the ttlla' Vista area,
according' to' lthe, following ache.
Bella Nista', Saturday, 2 to p.
tn.;' Cngrgio,' Satitrday,'' to 6
P.m,: La Cresta. Mondai .:30 to'
6:30 tt.m.t San Francisco and Golf
Heights, Tuesda, :30 to 610 p.m.;
Paitilla.' Wednesthv. 10: to 6:30
p.m.; .fBetbania, 'Thursday, :30 to
6:30 p.m.

,The' club' ls' concentrating the
drive in Panama...but will R1SO'
receive donations at the USO.OVB
in Balboa. A '
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eamoAlizN nppkit eLINDAY
LTSRON, Portuoal (UP) Por.
tugars'oreildential election tem.
paign will open Sunday,,,
eircles'said'Verinelday. net eleC
tions are scheduled for June S.'

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foundatin Rividret,.'"wn !:
, softening r glyes;lou, an
unOlianging,,1naturari,l;loom'.;. LOose
pOW clot and Otherimpict ',,rnaksups..;
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The Canal Zone Girl,Scout Coun
cil will have their Council meet
ing Monday at the Margarita Ser Service
vice Service Center on the upper from
9:00 a.m. to noon. Cars will meet
the train at the Mount Hope sta station.
tion. station. Ali registered adults are urg
ed to attend. s

' CARLOADINGS DROP k
BALTIMORE 1UP)--Baltimore
01 Railroad reported its car carloadings
loadings carloadings in April declined to 183,-
314 from 252,865 in the month a
ma ago and compared with 191,-
814 in March.

l';ids Asked Pn 45
rt.ems Of Foreign
i'xcess Property

- The S. Army Caribbean pro:
oerty dispose! officer has issued
invitatfons to bid on the purchase
of 5 items of foreign excess per.'
sonel property. Bids will be open-1
erl at 9:30 cm. on May 28 at the
bid room in building 706, Corozal.
.
Tetk engine assemblies and se
veral lots of tools and other hard!
ware are being offered for sale.'
The pronerty is focated In building,
713; Corral. It may be insnected
on weekdays, excent holidays, be
tween the hours of 7:30 to 11:30
cm. and 1 tO 3:30 p.m. until sthe'
morning of the sale. Further infor-,
matiom may be had bv contacting
the proonrtv disposal officer at te-.1
lephone 854149.

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!"" N.Y.' iiiwere.tcatieelled..'Heav.-: re. Freed did' not appear :in. his, usual
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ber,:rett.!e. roll front all "state:. Douglas Aircraft fo,!saiddyesterr
out of a Possible 3,0 average which. .,The', club '' is,' Coneentrating ,. the m:-?-:,:,?,i':i, ''' :- : r . ,..-,,....,.. :..: ..,.-," ,.. f...::.;,.-,, ,, -..,,,.., :, c.,.. it ,, .... , ...., ,:..,:, -,,',.,,,, -..: ,,, ., I t..,r, 1.41., ," r
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, Af.,!;Stiffolkt.:.s. County-grand lOry 400 to 500 laid-of wagers as a those ao honored ,at ,the -oniversitY, reeelVa, donitiens itt' the USO-JW13 '"-', ::,i;:iiii:::.':ii,:i.:,::,::::;..:..k 7...i.'..' .01 n ..,. : r, :,?:::,im,21 ,,,,. ., ,.. .,. ,, - 1, -- ': ,
deliberated', lest. !titan" three:, hours ,result of ait Air,: Force, :deciM,, on
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. did' not fuiant -to risk ',a repetition, ,tunglasses,, ,. tapered,: -straw 'hat; : ,,,
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: Newark;,,I,OrPicket'Tcity:lall for, be,,Osed !in :free: China's', last. -. ,, Britain to ',confer: with Prime Mt; .'! ?:!,,..,?,'-,;,,,:i;!.!;.:,?:0:!' .
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about ..20,-minutes- yesterday', morn-' growing tatili indtistry, at well( : nister Wiritoti Churchill regarding ; ,-';,,:,,!:. .'.:'..Aii.V:Mi..:i.:gir '3' li. ::' ..:.:-..,,,;,:i:iii-.:,ii:,:::,MMR'!q4i:A.;:iMIgi. ,:i. ; .' : ; ' "1:.' .:. , .1';', ':,,t. ,,s ';',..;', ', '',' '; ,, ,, -.7f 4 i '.
' int.,115"., was. ,!!accompanied.';,br ,a as con,fec,tion,eries and laundries.1 .' ,. the aporoachhir' Postdam: Confer., 1 :,'
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''Abl'.-..'11.'' SIERiCAN 'RED 'CROSS Instructor Training Course in "Care of siCk land inillred' was recently completed. Graduates of i::,,,.ir.??..' .' . 'f ',eft, If ....-.'" ',.NR;,:,,,i 1 -. -.,
' '' this course,will conduct classes in the Canal -Zone:, The course wasi,condlicted by Mrs. (4' Ortner Rogers. The picture shows i,:,:.:::,: ---. ... ....
.,,, Mrs. Helen utley ,demonstrating the proper way todon a cov er ,,all aptron when direct care to the sick is to-be given. 'In t.he ,, i,,,:.,i? ., : . .,
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P.,tallsburg, Wis. have announced
t marriage of' their daughter,
1k4ks LaDonna Rowe, to Ernest
1'0:Forrest, son of Mr. and Mrs.
iloin W. Forrest o: Coco Solo, The
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. c(:ple was marrieo in a private
ceremony at Saint Agnes Church
in:)ayton, Ohio on April 22.,
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1 1;:wo.Forrost We 41cling Rot Art C. Calvit - ---
ogr. and Mrs. 'Charles Row of Parents of Son
teak-written Win aad malie41 too
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the boa mambo hatod dada en le., I
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I Cltdichtlecr Wie have. annntinrisi Mr and Mrc,Robtrt C. Caivit

Wis., have announeedi Mr. and Mrs., Robert C. Ca Ivit 1
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11;SS Laijonna nuwe, ZdITICM, a it, pdu sciumiluu ,. .-
V.Forrest, son of Mr. and Mrs. ma. Mr. Calvit is the Son of re6a1,"Ps '41'1'14 Kg..tad ,z-
ilom W. Forrest o: Coco Solo. The Charles G..Calvit and the late laP" 1'
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1 the r-degroom is a graduate
OfsCristobal High School and
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', se ed with the US Air Force at
, W ght-Patterson AFB where his
hr e was a civtlian emplOye.
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bills Judy Sig! Entertained
lliaCiassmates In Detroit-.
ss Judy Sigl of Balboa w a I 1
tht guest of honor recently at a
buget supper given by her class classmates
mates classmates of Mercy College in Det DetII
II DetII roi Mich., at the home of her
au Mrs. Charles Mehtsell id
th city. Colored slides of t h e
M sell's trip to Panama and
Cu last year were shown after
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, ss Sigl, graduate of Balboa
olii School who is studying nurs nurstik..
tik.. nurstik.. at Mercy College, will return
;to ;alboa on June'8 to spend the
isuptiner with her parents, Mr.
in Mrs. R. J. Sigl.
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- '. tha-city. Colored slides of : t h e "Gymnasitiel. ,., ., -:.; .- : ,.:
1 merscan .begiun, wu uau 1b0 a WS
ular monthly meeting at the A- '':;',,''..t.:.-,'-:'.:','"-::.',1''''', ,.. ,11.::;. ,..:.':,'.- 1
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f di er. - .- each of five divisions: cut flowers. made!' on
Y11, be 'resided ,,,,,,ii,,,,... ,.1, ,,,?...... -... ,
Monda at 7:30 p.m.
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- ' ' : fret and vegetables. dried and This meeting wi
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, ., S- I d t l Balboa exotic, horticulture and special oc for the Drzt tune by its ikecently
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f .." 1 in,at Mercy College, will return ,; ,i' ',
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' i '' ;to ;alive on June 8 ta spend the All entrias' will 'he.'' o' (fa diosplay Daniel Pagenta as Commander..
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i I .' isuritmer with her parents, Mr. from 5 to 8 p.m. on the d y t the ,Ksrl Marohl as 1st. Vice COM.
Ni".,':-,J;,-- .e.,:',,,
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., ante Mrs. R. J. Sigl. --, contest. . mender. ,- ,' , - ..,
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0,-; o ', ' -, :, ------'---1' Commander.' 1 - ' 9- ,
' ar".. Robert Schtdtz is Chaplain. ,
HI i ;-, , ,' ':" '' : Armando Gasperi Jr. as Adja-
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..-.. t tit , - This -meeting is a very important - ,,, ., , , ., :. : ,
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' ' in ', .. ', one to the Post,' inasmuch as at GRADUATES' Of a work simplification class for civilian emnlayes Of tI8ARCA ItIll reeeive their' diniontS at thi Flirt Clayton educetion center,. ',Prom VA ,., ,,-
' ;(:- , ,, ,,,. , : -. -,, , .-,, this meeting Plans w,11 be laid tO. right are calvin Adams, William: Aridrewn,,,Frederick DeSuzi, Stanley 'I'.. Blackman, Elinor 'Dolga mrs. 14. sirnbaumera Lloyd .c, Erns,,, Mrs..' Emma 191. ,: ...
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, . for attendance at the Department Wertz illiam H. Kober Col- W A KneYse signal officer, Robert L. Anders en, work simpliticition officer, Lt. Col. E. A. McClish, McNair C Line Kathi.:' -, ;
' W I ' h hilli Ed in L. 8 lle tild Walterif Lobban 'Not 'show in the I t e a d t ''''
, ,. - .: Convention which is to be held at trine shee,tz, staniey Grant, cecif smitha etatp p pa, ei :- 0 ... .. .,11,: -p c ur : re gra taa es AlonzolVilliams ,,,
. ".,, , "..' .., ..': 1. ',, Margarita en May 1,7
, and' le JAM ,,,.,and Robert McCoy.-(1.1.S. Army :Photo) ,. :,,. , :, --,,, . '-"., : ,, ,'
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!: .. ,..::.,-..!,,'-,.'Dalers' initKIIRCSCHS. .- ..':......., : ies re urged to
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, AR Legioniutr a ,
Lady Solon To Sipurn -Hubbys Plea; Viest 11.:nds' Kremlin A
tins are most cordially. invited.: , .: , :, .,,, .. .., : . , ,, , : : a
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All Responsi ility,- , F Itij r Blasts' linio-st -Inlo. Space.
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i ton , . Ittin Again 'For House'in Minnesota F s' II '' Id ',1 t' '11 'It ' I d '
: -- , 4- :-- and -TRACKS ,'-, :', . At Fort Coy. ti officere
' The Fort Clayzo Pen . -, , ' : "9 s ,,t ., , ..,, -. : , . :
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WASHING'rON WP) -' Blonde I It said :that "those parts of :her t -AG''..':,(up)',, 4,, 121a- e cOeSItA,N GHEowk,lEySd-c(1.1.y(s)c..;''ppAyir) otlugthtthlezn, suniott stohletteoe:hnklecespI,e)typoeu','
,: e nine entrees, ice ,' carvings and tylrit. Coyys Knutson, indpicated on I phi .which Aire:, public are .in the w CPhkNI-1
Johnson,' 37, said yesterday he ,rom .expanding',,, in s, the 'terified
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blasted,. I o t i 'to I' t ,, , ,,, ,,, ,. , -,
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. ill esterda she ,,, Would s urn ,, her ublic domain but her ; private the men in the Kremlin the re.
Adieg or tit tIPI- g 91,249 feet.17 miles ttraight ,up-- -The riew-: y104 mat waki-iii&a. -,'
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, dbeecosrli5toi on. tc.:11-Pordlyceeti 1 uorn deedy ul tis2, w
80 hesbands-' public plea, that.she re. IA is her own 'private business".
8 z-bility, fo a m s n space At air, , -, ,,,, -.., ,,,',,-, -",!,,..,1,... ,... ,
hen -the 'im., ,.
- ts and children Under 4 ivill be tire' from the halls of Congress ,There" was nothing te -indicate uPcThel eold'Warr eauthoritativee dint). tor ii, 'new. werld Altitude record then 2- inies higlieV
' S VIA tSPASA :. k Tel. 3-1947
', :, ; No. - ' ''' served tree. ,-. 4: ,-,', '; -; tand hurry ,hoihe to Minnesota.,, that Mr.e.Knutson would abandon P
1 ti r 1, id Th d
" ' '' At least one of Rep; Knutson's public hfe,, ... .., .. ,. .,; .,,.. ,pma e spu ces sat urs ay... m a conventional 'jet airplene. N,,, facial 80,190- feet,-reported reach,
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, ispo -':-, House ,colleagues," Rep. Darold D. she has ,raerved hi the Rouse ....,,At alte.Areign le lest:ere, Of tne Mal Johnson, a husky- Tennes, ed lest Friday by-a French so.'
4 ' "' ' '' ' - ' ,:rlf otfot Cooley (13,N.C.), encouraged her ghee l'954. A former' high school Un.itea .5tates and ita t ruopean lean front Knoxville; disclosed be Oeribental Trident 06 at 1 a t r s
1 L, ... 1 ;..T,T,7. ,4.4 j
. - A teacher he was in th Minn s
'',' ,!"... 4 ,,, to stay' In Witshington. He sine s e. e ota
1,0 allies headed homeward from' the "fired" ", a: Lockheed ilr ', F l''
thre da North Atli t'e, Trt ty t- ' 10.4 ,-Stan rahce. The 'French :flight ,broke,'
4. she was too geed S., emigres& House of Representatives ,from e. y n i ,, a ighter into a stratospheric. climb the 76,928 foot markNostablished l lJ
J lJ ,. --. : '', ,,,r --. :' -- ,'.-- .- ' - : --- ,' i -, : : ,,,-.,,, '''f "-0- , .:' woman to 'est.': ., 1951. to 1954., .. ;- ,.. : Orgaelzation touncil meeting, the over, Ca'ilornia's .' MOjaVe" Desert Agit Ad, by, it, Il.," S. chlavy,,,,Grur
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If- '" Mrs Knutsont hitsbatid,'Andrew ''''' '' --. -,,,z ,,,;,.. ,, diploniits said the eext trove..waS Int() re :blackening sk Asiredneaday mann Flit' S
uper Tiger ,Jet over
.1.161 up to Rustle , 41 di ) ,
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i.sierillailt, issued a public statement in Pktee
' Sold Seel. Son. ,- ,.- ''' ,,, " dn't-f el 14t '. d
'.,-,.., m --,- 41 Litt int from-thnrst reaction e --, ,
e .. ,e k space E wards,,,A,F.11, '!..,-",,i,".', ',P,'":01..,!-.
' Minn. Wednesday : appealing to , -, ,..,,, ,, g MIM, he said, but" OA Was et yJohnson, said lie:, bad no tune
.1 !I ,, n . j.4 - -4 ifr,g ,....1.
Art... '' his :46'-year-old wife not to run for Since coming to Washington she from. Moscow,' they were hot tee the fringer-almost int ''''
0 space ,-,.. a tor 'sightseeing", es he flew e pre.
Optiniistie about the'outlook., ,":-,
.th her a ed
' ''' 1 OODYEAlt -:. t-.. it" .., ..,, kitevallirs::::-:::-. fstlitittlittrtistterritelcfro,m Min nesete's has lived here wi ,, , g steli- up the- ladder from ,-th t scribe att h'' h '0:
e a .,, d p ern- a eve art ...:,
, , ,,,,, ,, mother. The Knutsons ,18 ye--31 ',The NATO council closed .iti mosPheri that we hav -k
e,..nown up Out ,,of Palmdale, he flashedle
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1 4, ay se in, session -, Wednesde ni ht -4 with" a ,,',. .....
' Knutson, ,who is in 'his middle old son,:-Terry, .' whom,1 the :hut-, Y g to now.. 35,000 feet over Santa Barbara,on
- 50's and manages the Oklee Hotel band s,aid he seldom keel,- it
' ',. said he and his wife had no home coUege student. ,,, p,,,,,,,,,,,, a cOMMtinique : lhat -:- pinned ..., the
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,;,,,, , blame ',firmly- on the Solt ets for. He. said ho belleVed the 'razor. the Californi -toast,: ''
. 4 and then the
sharp F104 could have gone high.. went into e "climbing turn't at
. ' '''''' 4-arF ,,' i . ..f.- ,,, .; ,i11'0' -' 1 tiled at,tere11611' - life anymore, and rarely 4's p e n y As might ;be -.expected inpol.
'N -' blocking East-West agreement on et. ,,, t,,L :, ,, :-,-,.. he fired the afterburner and wtnt wtnt:,t':
:,t': wtnt:,t': : '',:12,.. : .. ' ,...: -,;,- -- le : 3 thaals,'Uslimil . ,:".;kkk '' -even holidayt together. V".--t. .,,, ) itics -: ;,' Ini -.
ppy ,Weshington; the a-meeting it the eummit by "ig- -Johnson wasAn-the..' kir; just 27 to full power, toward -the,. detert.
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't 1.' 11E1 TREADS !-.1: I..-'
,. I ; .4, . 01 ''," :' prevents heat rash; -- ....,,it,
:.,.: , :chafe and 'Ohne,
leo too. Absorbent AM '.'. Wite't
He also said he didn't' like" his greatest concerti qamong
executive secretary,' ,B 1 1 1 K n u t 8 it n's ,, congressional col-liras
gravating International tensiOnS'! rhinutes Lan takeoff at Palm. lirs'esom,,..tet,,hiStdlimblit- 43 dn.'.
end,"putting up unreasonable de-. dale, Call., afidflew his historic greed,- but-taid-itoo'-"seemed-'llko
, 00' 1 ;.. !. cornstarch bite ,- KjeldahL. He said Kleldahl made leagues was whether the ineident
Mande.' '- ':,:::"...".:,", t:-:"'"." ,'''' mission over the heavily ,. instru. straight up..." ,,,, ,-,, ---,,, ,, '., 1 ,'
. The Western allies stid tbeY 'tented, measuring range: at.
el np ,closet keeps .,-
',t1I 'It' i etIVIER' : all Mil; Knutson's: decisions and would help or hurt her chances
-, Ed. 'Ile sky,"1 be:, said," ,"w as, il
- L., .. for re-election .'.
ran her. oface.,., .- ':,,,"-. , . would keep On striving Or .1 cold wards Air Force Base. .,;- ,- dark purp e ',,,-, end the' higher, I
4' ' baby fresh cons. w r ettlement thro h ne tit. e e
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' ' '1,..4., .' i' Rep. ,, cooley, Chairman of the .s I rt" ug g .. Scrappy Johnson goV .-his got, : the darker it got. I wit
- foriable,-4, ,, ';,,,, ' - !. ,,
, -- '' ',7,- ., ' .. ' ,-, kk d ,,,,,,,ee-VM. .. -'. Issues -Statement : 1 House -Agricultere 'Committee on tions and declared thee wou d it(i) nickname because he once, fought prettybusy,, bet. I knew,- Where 1
. , -, ) :- :. .,' ").., medi d m u sku ounvheips hut '. ' ," .. ,- ,, ,, ,. - o which' Mrs. Knutson serves,' said through, Onth i Summit mtetin "ell the kids'', at a Sunday school Wei' 411. the time. 413 .even,,10Ver
- v ,,., .) , rtinful sunbuht. Itt retie lanottit imbotht: MrS.i Ktiu'tsori, a Democrat, Wait he hoped and believed it would but "not on terms
if. necensary, , picnic, he said. ; -. ... the hu,mp.'"- ,,-. s:;,,,,, ....., ,1 ,,
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,. 4t .. ., ., red "detergent hands. '' '',., -., ', 09T Odt -Of tOWn Wheq her husband is- help.. : ., ,. .: ,,, dictated by Moscow. ,',. 4- He said that flying in the high,' : 'The F104 -la powered, by' aGeni
, i I let .;-', '- '.' -We have retreated sued the Coya-come.home state- "It seems to me it will arouse
ment,But she got in touch with the .,sympathy -of all women vot. the Waning
The communique ,.,. ,made clear
enthusiasav in the. thin kir vas -"'almost like being Oral Electric 479 etigine,- the tame
at home with a temperature of70 One thitt took the Navy,'s ,Tiger
, .. 1 .. ner, -,,dr' - - . pp---- ,,,,- ------,---4,--------", her- Capitol office- by telephone ers,", said the 60.year-old Cooley.:
......", West for the helot idea of a stm.i. degrees,' although it.. went to, a jet en ,ItS -tpate-probiog flight last "-,.
, , ''''" .- '' and retreated -' ,- - --- . ,',- '' and through it, declared: '' , He ,' thought the-' ladies '' would Mit 4 conference at all. It said minus 43 degrees al he zoomed month. Johnson said its t"thrust ''
'. or-. .,
"it has' always been my belief net look kindly upon a husband "tonferences, at.the summit Akre over' the top' ,of hie' jet-powered tarried:him at' Mach 2--twice the
' ' 't''' 1 ''''' ' ' '' -F The Finest
- -t -,, MORE THAN' "" '... -. that an individual's family life is who was "trying to de-eat i Wif:e' not., the enly 'way, or- necessarily, glide.' s ,.. t speed or sound.a.41 the Startighter :':
' -'' -f ..- - s. '.' ; : -' ..... a personal matter. Yor that rea who has ',Won high; public :little the best WaYi oi, conducting ne. ,11 had -no particular feeling screamed Upward...11C 'Was., itiet '..
! .. -.4,
- ' ' .:---- ' '- 1-' 250 000 TIRES-- ', .i --, -- .: I n...:-.----- son I do not wish to discuss it." and hes made a record: of whi .
eb gotiations or reducing internatiol he said "I vies' too bus). thinkin'glust below high t kV- te I n
-'----,...-,-,'4,..-- -, 9 - ,-, .., : .,... ., ,,,,, ,..,:.,', -.;.'.', Shortly before,. her office had she' can be,' proud". ,' ', ; al le It s (feet . ee a I t g
mons., , Ha m
,-- about how, high 1 could, get. Th,e epeed at 820 miles en- hour 7'.01'
. ,e '' ; ... ' : Issued a summary of her yiews. --,--- ...,....----..... ,,. .., i., suggestion the best,way to reach mein discomfort ,was in we g
arin the stub winged titerat -AL he hit
(One quarter of a million)
, -.. 1 -th kl .1 -. - ''''''-- ; -- ',",. .1.. Handcuh.Crystal ; -, -- 1-- .1- .-- :, ,--- CYPRIOT AMBUSH0 ,,,,' a told 'war gettlement 'would he a pressure suit that fits real the top,' he said.' '''-: ';',:.':. --",:-:'-
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. NICOSIA. Cyprus (UP1-4 23. through 'old-fashioned, secret dm. , . ..,,,. ,,, ,..
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' IV' - -1 0 .z- :',,i' SINCE OPENING ,:
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-..or -- -. . ., ,,, .. : , - ear.tild Greek Cypriot Wee am lomaey.: ,:' 7- ,, --- ---,,..,..,,,,- ,.,L ,,- ..,).. .., ,.,., ... ,,.,. ,,. .,..,,. ,, ,, ,....;,,. ,4, .., .,,, q t, 4 ;,....:,..
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Ti'' --' '''bVIIt.' 111 ..''' ' - S '-' '''' q30Cla "- '-' . side his home in the Famagusta awaited the &viet -, reply'. But
lilies Itenews .F.Iege'klo,Ikeely
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., IN '1944
. ..... ., -. . .. , . ,.,
- district Tuesday night, police re. Moscow radio's first reaction was
. ported Wednesday., Kyrakoi Mel to condemn the West .for: keeping -.. . ,. i ; .... 4 ......... ., ;.; .,,,,..;,.;;. ,.:,... ,,
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osta, .' ,',' ; ; ,-, stantly by the blast.- He was be. strength,"...,. Western- I diplomats
-' --' EVERY ,YEAR A BETTER PRODUCT''' g.
' -- - t :: lieved the- victim of an extremist' feered that bded ill:ler ;the. fu: m ican- o iers:i tr, ed) 1 ';',':'.
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LIN (UP), Secretery :Of the Soviets feel, their agreement. ,,
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fr State John Foster Dulles warned "parry no, morel, benctin."
' '' i MORE PEOPLE THE WORLD OVER RIDE
i .: -Daccarat -, ., , ...- the Wet yesterday it 'was "reek., ., ,.,,,,,:'. ,.,,, .' --, ,,' ,,,, ,' ',.. -'
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1.1111114 arli' Itailani: Sei tin MingWee bectuse of their long repeatedly beked,. et German re.
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a city. Colored slides of : t h e Gymnasium. .- -. .A.,,,. ..,.5--, --- -- --- ---
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sell's trip to Panama and ,, -, , ' War monthly meeting at 'the A AI
I AI last year were shown after Three prizes svill be ogered for merican Legion Club at Fort A-
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, BERLIN (UP)! bSecreterynOf the Soviets feel their agreement.
: .; MORE PEOPLE THE WORLD OVEIC RIDE : g3 i i , , e . . ,, sitiatt,
row ii inaictea U1111 ax rraua;
rt.), iotnhge re, ,,,,:a tp:ditnytebd., 0, ku,td th,,,t, GReurn,,,rn bras!
John Foster tillea vv,itir CI "tarry ,no morel, la,fietithi.5-;
. 4 ' Y accarat ,,, , :
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; .,,, ), .. ,. ..., , , , :; ,., e ,. et yesterday it WaS reek, -...---N... ;,, ,, ,,, ,,,,,,:,: ,,,,
Rleussaa attic's hetet uesoenc
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N i. .., ., .1. .:,: , .,,,, : .. ; ,, ., ,. .. ,, ,, ; dayed .that ,"there c a ft n o t be since the. 1945 Potsdam 'Confer..
record of broken promises. He de. unification,, despite 'its greeznent
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uart t, 0414 ,3, -ef' J
' ' Demos' hilly To Hat el nt Solon
, .; ,,,,,, , ANY 0.... THER: MtAK, ,E ' .!. ,.., , :. ,, , ,,t ....,, ,.,z...,:,,,x.,,,,, tit,. I .., ,, ,... ,, ..-- no.!7----,- .', .: ,'. .' f, ', --, ', '.-. liatleutlYier, vWies Ilthi nnge a she"re- ,b re- fly; e4a the n:ien thdiavti dGeetir Tee:my asnheottlitildy.ofit, .ro, 4.
i ' I') : I 0 s ''''' ,- 'y- '''''yzo 1 NEW YORE 0,1P),-Rep. Adam ., Besides his politiet post, Powell route from theiNATO,Copenhat. 1 Dulles told Berliners that ,the
al c)t., (01 ,,, ,,,--, ClaYton Powell -Jr., New : Ye: is pastor ,of the Abyssinisn Bap. en conference,. renewed, t h e continued :,divisien"5,o.:,-their eit,
''' Negro Democrat who bolted his tist Church in Harlem. ; West's pledge to keep American agreemeets.'k,4,4,,f14 "r- ,.. a -' -.
- : : P ': t 11. ,,,,,,,f011Kget,00,OWVA1$,, '1311 perty's ranks in 1956. to support ,,,, ' armed forces in this isolated free - -, Ne: ,-4,... .4, t .-, 4
, , , : PA '' : Lain ert, ..,- .:1, r7-0,", .,. g-., '4:e..te'''11,; ,-, President Eisenhower, was indjet. The grand jury had been look. wOrld nutpost as long as neer& -... -.., Pays, BerillioTribull -t'''-
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.. (,,,,,,!; ..,,,,t.......,..v.,,,,, 4,,,....:,t,,,,,:A ed by a federal grend jury yeas. intgralett,emPowrell'a tax retuarenvit. i.t,aarxy.rellsea satoresosed li didmsorweisth.
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curity promises, decliring: ''
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oo) 0 A tt,i1110 ilf , 2 , i. .61,,,....,;44.1,,,,,,,..., ierday on charges of meome t x a n v itt 1956 after p th rity fro r. i 13-er.,illem:'calon'sdefi' wliei;:telr'nal'i.:011;0,0eert,:syte:7:h.
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, evasion. , ere" of his tides had been indicted dent Eisenhower. wall,. a tribute to the, people of
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'Cannot be confidence in mere So.
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"Berlin teaches us that there
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. ...Al!. '' ''''::''' ingPwaentid sairettlisngaceintigedpr' epfarainit fchrargt:dx weityhasimaillaryAnkdicknbnaeckawatol The secretaii ,'Of' state,' in "t'oa
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,, , ,,,,, -,:, r ''''' --- false lsit'" returns or his. wife, the congresaman Two were con. aPeeck urged the free- world:
PANAMA '.. ra OOLoN . pianist Hasa seatt .. victed of tax tylsion and a third reject "alluring" .S,ov!t Pretusisoews
flelt (101 .,-', : pleaded guilty, A fourth was in. of Peace. 1-1e, said t,lle, Al, c viet Communist promises, that
. 1, : The,jury of 14 meft and I worn. dieted but hai not yet been tried. ,propaganda line oesigneu l,0 there cannot be safely:in. week.
ii ., .: . , , - ,,,, ,. ( 71 en handed up a three.coupt il. , achieve a world dominated hy, the 4ess,!. .. ,, ., t,, .. ,, ,
el, ., . dictment to Judge Irving Kau The Jury examined evidence Soviet and Red Chinese military ... -, s .,, .. ,
: .. - 7 , -'' ", : v ' , .. matt .1f convicted Powell could through February, je57,.and -then bloc jn which freedom would have Replying to Diilles',,, address,
, ,,,. ; -, ,,. , , .., .2, e , ',, ,' be sentenced to five years in, Jail was adjourned. ., no adequate defense." West Berlin Lord. Mayor -Willy
people of our ,city have not f-r.,
. arming. a ,s rip
a the. States,?-, and be fined $10,000 on each .- , . ., Dulles ilew into beavilyguarded
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- -'. , ,' It resumed ite delibratibns last Tempiehof -Airport amid warnings
, The first count of the itidictment month after the panel was rtport.from Communist newspapers that ,,,... ,, ,,, ,:. .,, .,
gotten the lessona of thepast.'.
' m one count. ,'
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' : ,..,.. , ,. . ,,,,, . :' icahatrbgeedprthe at. Powell had advised ed te have threatened to convene he wa,g walking onth'sprecanlicnr
' -: : r' : ' ' uperlsr sou'p' i "Alter the fateful errors ,ma:de
paration and pretenta. without approval of the V S. at. ground ,' because 0! e "wait e ir German politics.'" Brandt sal&
- ; ''' ; i .' ' '; 'or' anywhere else In the world? -
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. ,,,--- ,, , . ton to the Internal Revenue BM. torneY te investigate the deity ita decisions taken by the NATO tfori
. ' in cOoked with Cainpbell reate of fraudulent tax return well la towers tax returns., eign ministers conference ha "the' peop e of Berlin were' !Oen
a helping bind in their- hour of
for his wife Jar. the year 1951. It t ended in Copenhagen Wednesday Most bitter need-, ' :
t f '! .,.', - t said that her income was listed al The Indictment :could hive a night. ,, 1 i , : ,
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,-- ''': '1,0 Travel carefree' ;--, let Panama TOUrS. ;. ...-. , ..
it had been
' : give you more noitrishm,ent $3,815 for the year, when
' ', can in hearty' beef broth to
aetainy disastrous effect C41 ,POWell'S PO, , '. "The city was built up tivebtis
- "" ''''',' make ill the arrangements for youbefore you leave! ... ,, tut common egc?rtS 04 .th.e, Ger Geri
i Geri f ,I 4 , more delicious flavoi.
,,, The second count charged that when a move was reportedly afoot
$9,181. litical future. It tame at a time .,No R, ed .Demenstreters ., l
i '';,,,,, -1 e Air, Steamship and rail reservations : : ,-,,i .11 ,,,, , ,, Powell and his wife in 1952 "wiL Democrats liberal' and labor But there were no signs o any , -.,
' mans, and Americans', 4 ;, 1,
, ', ..," 5 , so Hotel Reservations ,, : ,, :,,, -, .., '' 1 -14(5); full daknaorwingly attempted :to borYganizations io withdraw support demonstrator; grom the Soviet ' ' '
-:,-,,,:) s" ' Sightseeing triPs ' b , '
ts 1' ''' '' 21 kinds 4------ evaYdett'n j ge pert of the in. from Powell, in les hid, for an sector o
'In bews 4 A . i .., th.
: i t" ' s' '' Ali the facilities of American Express,' Travel ' A ,: ''' f
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'so much let
. f the'city as Dulles toured '' ' s, -; '
come, taxes owed by them It eigh term M Congress i the Western sectors. Air police
, P 0- pi) said they filed a else joint in. !, , guards barred the 'general public 1:'"e".'-"TU: 1
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, .. ., service ,,:;. Everywhere.. ,- ,, ; ,- , ,: : soups 4, come tax return which listed their irom TemPehof field, terminus of
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'''' ' '.. .''' l VISIT'--' PHONE -- Mir ,,. ,-.,,, '77, net income as $5,252, which wa i ' ' the giant airlift that saved West ,,, ,..,r-,-
hot taxable actually The indict., 'V '' ).
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Berlin from the Cbmmunists in s,,,,,y lk, 1) :
, .. ,,,., ,, ,.,, .... k enjoyment vp, k II men said, their Joint income , 1940-49. , , ,, ..,.4. ., ,-
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Panama Tours - f f
, i ..., . in each' aGETAS". was $8,95g and they, owed taxes . ': Speaking to. joint sessions 0 , k' ,-94
) - :, '", sanvics 1 ', , , ,., ,,,, s. ; , , .. Attut:., of st6630 taittit,. :,, the West Berlin senate and house ., IJ, A P.,. i i 1,..,,. .
' ' '' -1 ,, 1, ',, -, : 7 g, -,:,0' ol' The third tount wes cOntingent ally of representatives, Dulles followed .....,'' f -' (1-' I-
' '' '' -' ',;' .; .., -- -14:,:10 "',, ,, '' ', ',., --"' on the,iirst. It charged that Pow. , up Wednesday's NATO communi. c,7-al. -,- i. ,
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, , -, ,, , ' b 1 ell failed to pay taxes-of $990 in ' ; que that aceused Russia of "44- "'""-"" A .
a 1 allegedly helping his wife to pre. 1
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s t tetirtPW... Powers-alary as a legislator's -4-',---..--s-..-- . summitconference..-;,.....,--:-tti --4"---'.?? --1),;' '."" -:--- 4
, , gravating international tensions , ,. J ,..
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,,, ,i, : , I , 4 $22,500 a year. The figures listed , .., -. .- ,: .. ,- Dulles aid the Russian a . Women p 1, ve poor memo I
' tO"Eivoli Ave. : P, O. BO 1428 Tel. lt,..g008 In the indictment were for net in. tude toward international agree. rum They ruthee keep forret:n-1, 1
- ''' VCOOTACLO COUP tom f 1 bi d ,,
- shines or rememberiN then ,.-
, , e a ter a Iowa e de lictione , ments "constitutes a graVe ob.,
' had been made. - stacle" to negotiations because k,,..- . r,- .. j
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Robrt C. Calvit -
Parents of Son
- Mr. and MrsRobert C. Calvit
are the parents of a son born May
5 at San Fernando Clinic in Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. Mr. Calvit is the son of
Charles G..Calvit and the late
Mrs. Calvit of St.. Petersburg.
Fla., while Mrs. Calvit is t h e
daughter of Samuel C. Patchett
and the late Mrs. Patchett of
Miami, Fla. Both grandparents are
retired Canal Zone employes. :

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fruitii and vegetables. dried and
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tech settee tor inclusion la Ws
Colima thould be 40:omitted tot
tves-writtem hum aid mailed too
the bee itemises listed dad, se Se.
slat and thensec': et delivered
Cold to the film Notice et
meetings -unmet he accepted be
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Isthmian Numismatic lociaty
A meeting of the Isthmian Nti Ntimismatic
mismatic Ntimismatic Society will be held in
the Margarita Service Center on
Monday. The meeting will start
proMptly at 7 o'clock. All mem members
bers members are urged to attend and dis discuss
cuss discuss the events o. National Coin
Week, such as the coin displays
la the commissary and clunhouse,
and the Essay contest. conducted
among Atlantic side students Fu Future
ture Future meetings vitl be held in
Fort Gulick Officers' Cfub with a
possible change in meeting night.
iniericar tegion
Panama Canal Post No. '1, A..
mericen Legion, will itild its reg.,
ular monthly meeting at 'the A American
merican American Legion Club at Fort A Amador
mador Amador on Monday at 7:30 p.m.
This meeting will. be presided
for the first lime. by its recently
elected ()facers who Were elected
on May 2nd are:
Daniel Pagenta as Commander Commander'
' Commander' lEarl Marohl as 1st- Vice COM,
mender.
Robert- Ridge AS ,2nd Vice
Commander.- I
Robert Schtdtz as Chaplain.-
Armando Casperi Jr" as Adju Adjutant.
tant. Adjutant. This meeting is a very important
(int to the Post,' inasmuch as at
Oil Meeting plans will be laid
for attendance at the Department
Convention which Is to be held at
Margarita -On May 17 and'111 el
this month.
All Legionnaries are urged to
attend this meeting, and all veter veterans
ans veterans are most cordially invited.
Mothers' Day Buffet
At Fort Clayton
The Fort Clayton bfficere Open
Mess will hold a Mothers' a y
Buffet Sunday. from 5 until s p.m,
There will be 45 food items and
nine entrees, ice carvings and
decorations.' Price for adults will
be 81.50, children under 12, 80
cents and children under 4 Will be
served free.
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' QuIWAITS of a work simplification class tor civilian etholoyes ttAnCA receive their' diPlottle at the Rid Clayton education center, ,,prom left
to right are Calvin Adams, William Andrewn, rrederick DeStize,.3tanley Blackman, Elinor bolsi Mrs. M. Sirnbaumer, Lloyd C. Ernik, Mrs. Emma aL
Wertz, William R. Kober, Pt W A. KneYse, signal officer. Robert L. Anders on, work simplification officer, Lt. Col. E. A. McClish, McNair C. Latio,,,Kath Latio,,,Kathetine
etine Latio,,,Kathetine Sheetz, Stanley Gtant, Cecil Smith, Ralph Phillips, Edwin Bolls ind walterio Lobban. Not shown in ,the picture ire graduaths Alonze Williains
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kooNomonal

zdy Solon To SOurn Hubby s Plea,
Run Again 'For House in Minnoota

WASHINGTON WP) Blonde I
Mrs. Coys Knutson indicated on I
yesterday, she ,' Would spurn her
hcsbands' public plea thatjhe re retire
tire retire from the halls of Congress
'and hurry ,hothe to Minnesota.-
- At least one of Rep. Knutson's
House colleagues, Rep. Harold D.
Cooley (D-N.C.),,, encouraged her
to stay ln Washington. He' skid
she was too good a congress congress.woman
.woman congress.woman to lose..
Mrs. Knutsonts husband,'Afidrew
issued a public statement in Oklee
Minn. Wednesday appealhig to
his 40'-year-old wife not to run for
a third term -from Minnesota's
Ninth District.
' Knutson, who is in his middle
50's and manages the Oklee Hotel
said he and his wife had ,no home
life anymore, and rarely sp any
'even holidityb togetheri de i 1,,
, He also said he didn't like his
wife's executive secretary, ,B I I I
Kjeldahl. He said Kjeldahl made
all Mis. Knutson's decisions and
ran her oface.,
I. '' Issues Statamant
Mrs.i Knutson, a Democrat, was
out of town Viten her husband Is.
sued the Coya.comelome state.
ment,But she got in touch with
her- Capitol office by telephone
and, through it, ileclared:
"It has always been my belief
that an individual's family life is
a personal matter. Yor that res.
son I do not wish to discuss it."
Shortly before, her office had
issued a summary of her views.
in one
superb' sotipl
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give you more noUrishm)en,t
more delicious gavot ,,
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It said that "those parts of 1er
life which ,ate public are in the
public domain, but her private
life is her own 'private business".
,There, was- nothing te 'indicate
that IVIra. Knutson would abandon
public We.,
, She has served hi the Rouse
since 1954. A former' high school
teacher, she was in the Minnesota
House of Represehtatives front
1951 to 1954,
,
Seldom Sees Son I
Since coming to Washington she
has lived here with her aged
mother. The Knutsons1:18 year.
old sort, Terry, whom the bus..
band s,ald he seldom Sees,- is, a
col'ege student. P L'
, As might be 'expected 'in pol-1
dies' happy ,Wsahington; the
greatest concern qamong
Knut SO n's congressional col colleagues
leagues colleagues was whether the incident
would help or hurt her chances
for re-election. 1
Rep. Cooley, Chairman of the
House "Agriculturs Committee on
which' Mrs. Knutson serves, said
he hoped and believed it would
help.
' "It seems to me it will arouse
the sympathy of all women vot.
ers," said the 60-year-old Cooley.
He thought the ladies would
not look kihdly upon a husband
who was "trying to de eat Wif:e'
who has 'won high- public office
and hes made a record of which
she can be proud". ,
- CYPRIOT AMILISHSO
, NICOSIA. Cyprus (UP)--A n.
year.old Greek Cypriot Was am.
bushed by a shotgun killer out outside
side outside his home in the Famagusta
district Tuesday night, police re.
ported Wednesday. Kyrakos
chalIou, the laborer, was killed in.
stantly by the blast. He was be.
lieved the victim of in estremist
"execution squad."
NEN YORIC (UP),Rep. Adam
Clayton Powell .Jr., New Ye:
Negro Democrat who bolted his
Party's ranks in 1956 to support
President Eisenhower, was indict.
ed by a federal grind jury yes.
terday on charges of income tax
evasion.
Powell also is accused' of sta.
ing and abetting. In preparing
false lax returns or his. wife,
pianist Hasel Scott.
The,jury of la men and 8 wont.
en handed up a three-count in.
dictment to Judge frvineKae.
man. If convicted Powell could
be sentenced to five years in. Jail
and be fined $10,000 on each
count. ,
The first count of the itidictment
charged that. Powell bed edvised
in the preparation and preenta.
tion to the Internal Revenue Hu.
testi' ef fraudulent tax return
for his wife Jar. the year 1951. It
said that her income was listed. al
$3,815 for the year, when actually
it had been $9,181."
The second count charged that
Powell ,and his wife In 1952 "wil.
fully and knowingly attempted to
evade" a large part of the in,
come, taxes owed by them. It
said they filed a false joint 'in.
come tax return which listed their,
net income as $5,252, which wet
hot taxable actually. The Indict.
ment said, their joint income
was $8,952 and they, owed taxa
of $1.663,0
The third Count wee cOntingent
on the,iirst. It charged that Pow.1
ell failed to pay taxes-of $990 in
allegedly helping his ,wife to pre.
pare a fraudulent return.
Powers-salary' aS Iegislatoris
$22.500 a year., The figures listed
in the Indictment were for net In.
pome after allowable deductions
had been made.

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COPtNIIAGCN ,(UP t Tbe
West has placed squarely before
the men in the Eremlin the re reSponsibility
Sponsibility reSponsibility for ending or Stebping
up the Cold war, authoritative dip diplomatie
lomatie diplomatie sources, said Thursday.
' As the oreign ministers of the
United States and its Eruopean
allies headed homeward from the
three.day North At'antic' Treaty
Organization touncil meetingi the
diplontts said the next move was
up. to
Iudging from the first reaction
from Moscow, they were not too
Optimistic about theoutlook.
The NATO ,council closed ,ItS
session Wednesday night with,' a
cOMMUnique thst pinntd the
blame ,firmly- onl the Soviets for
blocking East-West egreement on
meeting it the summit by "sg "sggravating
gravating "sggravating 'international tensions"
and putting up 'unreasonable de.
mends. - --
The Western allies slid they
would keep on striving for ,a cold
war settlement through negotia.
tions and declared they wou d go
through ith A Summit meeting
if necessary, but not on terms
dictated by Moscow.
The con'imunique made clear
the waning 'enthusiasav in the.
West for the whole Weft of a sum.
mit, conference at all. It' said
,Heonferences at.the summit ,are
not. the enly way, or, necessarily
the best way, oi conducting ne negotiations
gotiations negotiations or reducing internation international
al international tensions." It was, in effect, a
suggestion the best way to reach
a told war settlement would he
through 'old.fashioned, secret dip dipnWestern
nWestern dipnWestern diplomats eagerly
awaited n the &viet reply'. But
Moscow radio's first reaction was
to condemn the West for keeping
up ,"the, bankrupt t)o'icy
strength."- Western, I diplomats
feered that bded ill for the fu future
ture future outlook.
- Besides his political post, Powell
is pastor ,of the Abyssinian ,Bap.
tiat Church in fallen.
,
The grand tiry had been look looking
ing looking into Powell'a tax returns
since December, 1956, after sev several
eral several of his aides bad been indicted
for tax evasion and one wa8
charged with ealary kickbacks to
the congressman. Two were con.
victed of tax evasion and a third
pleaded guilty. 'A fourth was in indieted
dieted indieted but hag not yet been tried.
' ;the tit, examined evidence
through February, 1957, 'and then
was adjourned.
, It resumed ite delibratibns last,
mOnth after the panel was rtf.port rtf.ported
ed rtf.ported to have threatened to convene
without approval or the V S. at1
torney to investigate the delay as
wall as rowel's tax returtso
The indictment tould have a
disastrous effect on Powell'S Po,
litical future. It tame at a time
whoa move was reportedly afoot
by Democrats, liberal' and labor
organizations to withdraw suiwort
from Powell in his bid for an
eighth term in Congress-1

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LOS ANGE E (1.7 ) r
Force Maj. Howard C.' (Scrappy)
Johnson,' 37, said yesterday he
blasted ''almost into- spacel It
91,249 feet-17 miles Straight
for a 'new, world altitude record
in a cOnventional jet airplane.
-, Maj.' Johnson, a husky, Tennes,
lean froni Knoxvilte, disclosed
"fited'! a ,Lockheed '1104 'Star.
fighter Into a stratospheric, climb
over Ca'llornia's Mojave' Desert
int() ra blackening sky WedneadaY,
" didn't feel Ake) k space
Man," he said, "but till, Was at
the fringer-almost into space it
steji -up the ladder from the at.
molter that we have-known up
to now.".
He said ho believed the razor.
sharp F104 could have gone high,.
- Johnson was An just 27
rhinutt. s orn takeoff at Palm.
dale, Calf., and 'flew his historic
Mission over the heavily instru instrumented
mented instrumented measuring range at Ed Edwards
wards Edwards Air Force Base. -,
,,serappy" Johnson got': 'his
nickname because he once fought
"all the kids'' at a Sunday school
picnic, he said.
He said that flying in the high,
thin air vas -"almost like being
at home with a temperature of' 70
degrees, although it went to, a
minus 43 dexrees al he zoomed
over the top' of his' jet-powered
glide:
,'"I had 'no particular letling,;
he said. "I Was' too busy thinking'
about how high could get. Th,e
main discomfort was in wearing
a pressure suit that .fits real
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BERLIN (UPI' SecretarY Of
State John Foster Dulles warned
the Wet yesterday it was "reek.,
less" to make concessions to the
Russians because of their long
record of broken promises. Ile de.
elated that "there cannot be
la 'ety in weakness."
Dulles, visiting here briefly en enroute
route enroute from the, NATO Copenhat.
en conference,. renewed t h e
West's pledge to keep American
armed forces in this isolated free
world outpost as long as neces.
sary. Ile stressed he did so with
"express authority" from Presi President
dent President Eisenhower.
The secretary of state, in a
speech,, urged the ifree world to
reject "alluring" Soviet protrises
of peace. ,,He said the Moscow
propaganda line designed to
achieve a world dominated by. the
Soviet and Red Chinese military
bloc jn which freedom would have
"no adequate defense."
Dulles ilew inte beavily.guarda
Templebof -Airport amid warnings'
from Communist nevs!spapers that
he wag walking on "precarious
ground'! because I)! the "warlike",
decisions taken by the NATO for foreign
eign foreign minigters, conference that
ended in Copenhagen Wednesday
night. I
Ne Red Demonstroters
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But there were no signs ol, any
demonstrator; grom the Soviet
sector of thecity as Dulles toured
the Western sectors. Air police
guards barred the general public
from Temp'ehof field, terminus of
the giant airlift that saved West
Berlin from the COmmunista in
194S-49.
Speaking to a joint sessions of
the West Berlin senate and house
of representstives, Dulles followed
up Wednesday's NATO communi communique
que communique that aceused Russia of "sg "sggravating
gravating "sggravating international tensions"
and blocking preparations -for
sum mitconference
Dulles aid the Russian ,attr ,attrtude
tude ,attrtude towird international agree agreements
ments agreements "constitutes a grave ob.
stacfe", to negotiations becaqa

tight I'm not ,the technical' ,type,
hut the.' suit sort keep you
,rom ,'expanding',, In '', the ,ar,ified
--The 'new F104 1'61, wa intirt;
than 2ml'es higher, hen the uni
80,190- feet-reported reach,
ed last Friday by -a Frenah ex.
periinental Trident 06 at la tree
France.. The 'French 'flight
the 76,928 toot mark,k. established
April 16 by, a IL, S. Navy Orur
mann Flit' Super Tiger, jet: over
Edwards, AFBI, ,' '," 4"-ro' 'f
Johnson said hal "bad no,'-tiine
tor 'sightseeing", as he:flew a pre.
scribed pattern- above lath 1, ',
, Out ,,of Falrodsie; he flashed te
35,000 feet over Sante tarbart0,o
the' California coast, and then-he
went into "climbing turn't,' at
he fired the afterburner and wtnt,
to Anil power, toward -the. detert.
tie es0.1,4,,teu, 4S de.
grees, but taid it,;-"seemed- like
straight ,UP," '
"Tlie sky,"', 'he said,' i"wau
dark purp t and the higher I
got, the darker At got, I was
pretty,busy,, but I knew Where I
was' all the ,time. oven !over
the hump."'
The F104 poivered, by' a,,Geni
era). Electric J79 engine, the Same
one that took the Isl'avy4 Tiger
jet en Its spate-probing night Isst
month: Johnson said Its ),,thrust
tarried him at. mach 2twice the
speed o: sound.,..41 the Starfightet
screamed tipward,,llt-'Was Just
'just below high speed, stalling
speed et 820 miles en hour for
the stub-winged tircrift AL he 'hit
the top,' he said.

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the Soviets feel their agreement.
"tarry no Mori It balletik-.
, pointed,' out thit Russii iist
repeatedly beted &t German re.
unificition,, despite 'its igreeMent
since the' 1945 Potsdam 'Confer.
ence that' GerniAtty should not re reMain
Main reMain divided permanently. -0
1 Dulles told Berliners that 0'the
continued :',division'r,O.'...,their citY
agreementsom,l,
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Ile closed his- bill-hour speech
with a tribute to the,. people of
Berlin and Western corective. se.
curity promises, declaring.,
"Berlin teaches us that there
'Cinnot be' confidence in mere So
viet Communist promises, that
there cannot be safely:in. week week1)ess!!
1)ess!! week1)ess!! 0 s,
Replying to ,Dulles',: address,
West Berlin Lord. Mayor --Willy
people of our .city have not f-r.
gotten the lessons of thepast. 1
"Alter the fateful errors ,made
ir German politics."' Brandt said,
"the' peop e of Berlin were' given
helping -hind in their- hour of
Most bitter need,
th'orthceomcmityonw:Is obrutslitotuptht:recbegri!
mans', end Amerteint.',"
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.J6e took clummy's ace. He return..
te-hia queen Of dimaonds and
drew trumps, Lopping dummy,,
eat ,let low heart go.
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rutted and when West discarded
a heart Joe ,suddeniy realized that
bikcontract Wits in jeopardy. He
thought, long while and finally
played the lack of hearts. East
won with the (lute and retuned
the ten. Joe -thought again and
- clucke&Ealft led another heart and
Weit Itiot In the lead vrith nothing
but'clubk Joe hid ditched dia.
mond-from" dummy.
low club...East's jack
forced JOe's ice but now Joe was
able td lead the-ten of clubs and
fines4ef against 'West's nneek
'smiled Joe. "I finally'
Wee one in 'loin( of bad breaks."
'e "You mop in 'spite Of bad play"
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cinch." ,,, '
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'big way out of a trio that he had
walkod -into At trick, two, jot
ihbuld simoly hive let Wesel! king
diamimtla hold' the, second trick.
West wetild PrObobly lead second
- trurn,o, Aloe' woultt to ,his own
hand:. cash Ws nueen of diamondt,
enter dummy with'It third trumn
and discard, 'club on dummy's
ack. of tliomontls. tlovP ho wroild
tutnene diamond, tO set up
mr'S return to dummy with
the king, of Clubs,' diCard n
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ton,. odd -would be :'home And
mild hav o hstd good
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01 it Pc.lici Otos
MCON,. Ga. (UP)--Authoritits
today ciamPed it lid oft Whit they
tailed the widening' investigation
ot,fourAmison deaths--two hue.
bands, a-- mother-in-law and
daughter-blamed on a hospitalized
widow, who denied any
Sheriff 'lames Woodheld e
lengthy, press conference in which
be laid. dovm rule that inter.
views. with possible witnesses must i
be cleared With him before tuba. 1
.tation.
4 Otherwise, WoOd said,- he would
line blanket sUbpents for large
group of potential material
messes to ilifeguard hit case a against
gainst against Mre..Aniette Lyles, 32,year.
olti restaurant: operator.' i
WoodOald he. had to forestall
toisible conflicting ,statemertt
that 'would add tc. confusion al.
ready .caused by rumors TampatIt
' for dare in Aida Middle Georgia
...Ile -flatly denied having present
knowledge of' ilny POSiOn victims
in addition to the four whose
bodiea. have already been found
to tontain arsenic.
They ; were Mrs. Lyles' first
hiisband, Ben F. Lyles Jr.; sec.
end husband 'Joe Neal Gabbert,
Lyles' mother, Mrs.' Julia Lyles
and 1-year.old. daughter,
Marcie Elaine Lyles. The four
died eliar a, opaa Alf six 'yara.-
Space' Men 'Pen' der
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I IONV,To Get Taxes
,
Stitelliters'
-- (UP) ,,Lf ,,Lf'false
'false ,,Lf'false Space Committee' Wondered
whether the government can col collect
lect collect taxes from a man in 'a satel.
Lahti 1-lecker,' State Depart.
ment legal adviser, said he be.
lieved tha 'government could ta3
la 'spice-man if he were within an
Area -of apace claimed py the
United States..
,A.lOtherwise, it seems it would
depend -ott whether you have the
gipht to tax a Molt outside U.S.
laritory,-4 he
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.1. Feldman. said, "NoW the gun gunton
ton gunton is. how do you collect it?"

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CHECKING THE AUTOMAT?This little chick Can iet its 's
PiCk Of 10 sextillion (count Jem) recipes tor feed with this.
. new "electronic brain" used by Nutrens Mills. The machine'
,, devises and sends into production exact feed formula Of maxi maxi,
, maxi, milm economy, taking Into account fluctuating prices IA In
gredientS. 'The csantputer "squares off" requirements of protein,
fat,-tunifio icid, vitamini, minerals,. etc., against list of avail avail'
' avail' able grain and other sources. The .figure of 10 sextillions is
110 exaftgeratiOn of actual 'Mathematic posibilitiet.' .The in in..
.. in.. Otructions tO the machine for jUst ono set, of, formulasegg
feedstook nearly two and, a half years to prepare, while tht
machine was being developed. -. .:, '''
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ribbon-like. Skyway system itv San Francisco leading to the
San Francisco-Qakiand Bay. Bridge. Picture was taken from
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Incentive efficiency awards were
presented to harbor craft winners
yesterday morning at Pier 20, Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, by 43rig. Gen. Milton L.
Ogden, deputy commanding gene
ral. LT. s. Army Caribbean.
The awards, an E' flag td be
flown for a three-month period and
6-certificate igned by May. Gen.
Thomas Harrold, commandin,
general, USARCarib, and Col. Da,
A., King, USARCarib Transporta Transportation
tion Transportation officer, were presented to the
winners in the ttree classes.
The winner of the command
class was the Q-95, captalned b
William Nieves. In the utility class
the 3-boat captained by Leonardo
Robinson walked, -away with top
honors and 1n the landing craft
categor3r Sfc. Robert Beck's ves vessel
sel vessel was named, the winner.-
Along with the certificates and
P pennants the harbor craft win.
ners will go a ao-called 'buttrian's
holiday" a fishing trip as Ktpg's
1 guests.
The awards were based en week
lv Insnections of ell harbor craft,
with numerieat ratings totaled at'
the end of the tbcee month ne.
riod, Jan, 1 to 'March SL The
boats were inspected by Rupert
Prank, harbor craft Inanectine.nt.
fteer .6nd Cant. NO'S. O'Neill.
officer in charge of Dock 44, Fort
Eovis.
The awards ''Were based
effiCient onetation, and overall all.
pearance and condition,

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-A batea exhibit, a free phone
cilt to the states and'a photo ton.
test will highlight the coming
week's aetivities at the tort Clay.
tonkservice club.
-Approximately, 36 bateas went
on wxhitib last night and,will re.
main on display until Wednesday.
The entire exhibit. wai completed
by 22 enlisted men, officers and
dependents ixthe attended the club
batea painting classes.
Mrs, Margaiet .E. Rainey, club
director,' announced that .tomor.
row, Mother's' Day..ii free phone
call to the states will be awarded
to a barracks bachelor at coffee
call.
Thursday, May 15, at.6:30 p.m.
Judging will begin to deterinine the
best, colored and best black and
white slides taken during the
club's' recent tour at Fort San to
renzo. Slides must be turned in
to Mrs. Rainey prior to 6:30 0.111,
on' the 15th,,it'thev tire to be in,
eluded ine.the contest.

STEEL PLANTS ItEOPEN
DETROIT (UP)--Steel making',
facilities in this area returned to
limited operations this' week.' Steel I
output at Ford Motor Co.'s River
Rouge plant, is' indicated, 9,000
tons or nearly 25 per cent of ca.
pacity while operations at Great :
Lake Steel Corp. aro estimated
at 34 per cent.

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:-,THOMAS QuINN- J'
President .of Inter-C6unty. 'Title' Otiaianty and Mortgage
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Compeny, !pries on the board ofseveral New York bankc".,'
Pr,Ominint: dirnoctatic 'leader in New, York. State.'
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AUGUSTO, GAllANGO,', ''

3IANUtt! MAL MENDEZ',

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Panama. Financial exPe'rt and adviser.,

M. :STRUVE IIENSEL; 2
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Assistant Secretary of Defense -and Counsellor to.,the
Secretary of the, Navy. ,
111CIIAllij. FINCKE
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Interest Vice President 'of tiobil 'Construction tompany

MARTIN A.! RIBAXOFF ',
:, Co-founder of ,Tr.ansamerican. Serving (as Nice President.;
' Porrilit aviation expert arid advisoi. e

' viriLurAm DiLLON. '
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'':.Sentor, 'partner- in ,Law Firm of Simpson Thacher and
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r;1,..,",,),,Transitilerican't prefabricated housing plant is presently 'under
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Terrilintes Panatranien 'Architect and' tontractor;

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The poundage is called for In her role in ,"The Diary Of Ant
frank which she con-sidera a top acting opportunity.,PhOtos
show the old Shelley, left, and the fieW.

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styhng in the folloiving types:

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NEW YORK, -May 9, (1113) Sweet 'Sanity
reigns again m the National ,League, now that
, they've booted the upstart Chicago Cubs out of first
place, put those whacky Washingtnn Senators are
, getting out of hand in the American League.
The Cubs didn't go quietlyit place Yankeeswith whom they o o'
' o' took an eight-run riot by .the Cin- pen a four-game series tonight
einnati Redlegs in the fir in- under the lights in New York.
ning of yesterday's game in Chi- A win for the Senators te tem
m tem tA) hand them a 10-8 defeat night, and they have Cuban ace
that dropped them ,:13 percentage Pedro Ramos (2-0) ready to
points behind ,the world champion hurl, would give the Senators a
Milwaukee Braves., percentage tie with the Yankees
But the Senators, those for first piece.
nial sad sacks of the A. ; ate 1. ,
refusing to back up at all. Hyde, 29-year old righthander
4-1 victory over the Detroit Who had only a' '4-3 record last
Tigers yesterday with the help of season, is the latest .Arashington
another goose-egg relief job e by hero. He ins called on to save
Dick Hyde was the Senators' this victorry for starter Ralph Lu Lufourth
fourth Lufourth win in their last five deci- menti, ended the Tigers'. only
. 'SiOn8 and moved them just a half- threat with a double play, and
'lame behind the mighty and first- blanked Detroit for, the last 3 2-3

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BALBOA 6:15 & 7;55
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with Brian Don levy'
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with nod Cattier On

Lumenti, a 21-year-old bonus
hurler from Milford, Mass.; got
credit for his first big league
win. Detroit rookie Bob ,Shaw
matched Lumenti'e shutout buling
for four, frames and then, after
retiring 13 straight batters, yield yielded
ed yielded two runs in the fifth on sin singles
gles singles by Jim Lemon and -Nom
Zauchin and a double by Rocky
Bridges.
Lumenti itiilked two runners' in
the sixth and 'Reno Bertoia drOve
ip one with a single, but 'Hyde
relieved and nailed Jim Began
on a double play to, end the
frame. The Senators wrapped it
, up with two more runs 'in the
sixth on a single 'by Alble Pear Pear,
, Pear, son, a double by Roy-Sievers, a
sacrifice fly by Clint Courtney,
and a single by Lemon,

DIABLO HTS. 7:00
DAKOTA INCIDBNT0,-
Pwl Show. 10:30.
d4She'g Working Her War;
Throngh College'
GAMBOA 7:00
, JameS Btewar
if,NIGH'r PASSAGE', t.

1 GATIN t'''' ''t '' 1' '' -' 7:06
"NO DOWN 'PAYMENT
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MARGARITA '6:15 & Illt50
'Night 'The World Exploded'
Owl Show 10:30 pm
r ',"BREAKTIIROUGH"

CRISTOBAL t 7:00
"CALYPSO BEAT WAVE"
PARMS0 6:15 &
, "011! FOR A MAN"
Owl ShoW 10:30
oSTORM WARNING"' (
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 & 9:05
"Track The Man Down" and
"Honey Chile" 7:30 enl's,
CAMP BRED 6:15 & S:00
MIDDEN FEAR"
, Pwl Show 10:30 p.m,
"IIOUSB OF WAX"

Hyde, ,29-year old righthander
who had only a' '4-3 record last
season, is the latest .1Nashington
hero. He ins called on to save
this victorry for starter Ralph Lu Lumenti,
menti, Lumenti, ended the Tigers'. only
threat with a double play, and
blanked Detroit for, the last 3 2-3
innings. s
That gives Hyde kstring of 9
2-3 innings in which he hasn't al allowed
lowed allowed any runs ora and a string of
15 without- allowing an earned
run. In 22 innings this year, he's
allowed onlY 11 hits and three
earned rims for an earned-runaverage
of 1,23. ,

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The Senators actual aro ,tho
swinnitistat" am in the ,loasuo
--they have Al wins, ono more
than the Yankees.. However,
thervo lost '4 two" moro than
New York. ')
The Cubs' hedy week atop' the
National 'League standings seem seemed
ed seemed certain to last a little' longer t
when they carried an 8-2 lead a- 1
gainst Oiacinnati into the ninth
inninp,Bilt..then that old time I
Rdleg power broke loose. The 1
rally included five singles,-, one
walk and one error;and was cap capped
ped capped by a, three-run pinch homer
by Smokey Burgess. ;tt f
The Cubs had built their lead
with single tallies in the, first and
second innings,,a five-Tun rally 1
in the fifth that included Walt
Moryn's fifth homer, and Dale
Long's bases-einpty homer in the
sixth, P,
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oe Nux all, ',fourth of five
Itedleg hurlers, was the winher
mid Dolan Nichols, fourth of five
Cub flingers, was the lOser.
The only other game scheduled
in- the majors yesterday,- Cleve Cleveand
and Cleveand at New' York in the A. L.,
,was'rained out.
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ACCEPTS, TRACK BID
LOS ANGELES UP)--The Uni.
versity of Texas track and field
, team, which generally fields one
of the top sprint relay units, has
accepted a bid to compete hi the
Coliseum Belays, May NO- The
Longhorns joined ,other top 'relay
te,ains such' as Southern Califor.
nia, UCLA, OcCidental, California,
StanfOrd -and Manhattah (N.y.) in
the 18th annual event. ,
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,WEEKEND ATTRACTION! 1
I JANE POWELL 1' ;,f
Clift ROBERTSON its
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11 "THE GIRL MOST, i
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; Its TECHNICOLOR! ;

, AMERICAN LEALIGE
,W Pct.' GI
New York 10
Washington 11 6 .641, MI
Kansas' City 7 .533 2191
Cleveland .500 3
BrItimore 8 1...500 3
Boston 9 11 .450 4
Detroit : 9 12 429 4111
Chicago

,Washington at New York' (N)
Boston at Baltimore (N)
' C veland at Chicago ;'
, Kansas City. at, Detroit' (N) z
Detroit 000 001 000-1'. I
Washington 000 022 00x--,t 9
Shaw (0-2), Valentinetti and MN'
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Only- games: schedule&

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LEADING
HITTERS

(Based an 35 official at bats)

NATIONAL LEAGUE
, G Ab R Pct.
Musial, St. L. 17 68 14 36 .529
Hoak, Cinch 17 70 10 27 .386
mays, S. Fro. 22 86 16 32 .212
Temple,Cinct 17 60 ,12 22 .367
Walls, Chi. 21 85 20 31 '465
.w IS 10 27 .346
Thomas; Pit. 20 84 18 29 .345
Tore, Mil. 19 38 4 13 .342
Spencer, &Fro 22 85 12 29 .341
Hamner, Phil 20 81 14 27 .333
Ennis, St L 16' 63 6 21 .333
Crowe, Cilia 13 45 ''' 3 15 .333
''' AMERICAN LEAGUE
VernOn, Cie, 1,7 45 10 18 .400
Skowron, N.Y. 14 55 7 21 .382
McDoug.,N.Y. 14 54 8 20 .370
Robinson,Bal 16 54 7 20' 470
Cerv, K. C.' I, 16 60 21 12 .367
Lollar, Chi. 14 45, 5 16 .356
Martin,' Dd. 14 58 .6 10 .345
Nixon, Cie. 14 47 5 16 ,340
Kuenn, Det. 21' 83 10 18 .338
Runnels, Moi. 19 78 8 26 333
Pearson,Wash. 18 60 9 20 '.'333
Fox, Chi-; 15 62 'At 21 .333
Nieman, Bal. 14 39 :' 3 -13 433
- NOME RUN5
NATIONAL LE GUE
' Walls, Cubs, 9
Thomas; Pirates " 9
Sauer, Giants ' ' 8
Cepeda, Giants 8
Mathews Braves ' 7

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tnEESAW BATTLE .Albert
, at of Miami stands beside a
'14-foot, 2-incho,, sawfish he
lroked off Everglades Nati Onai
arki Fla after a two-and-a.
tialf:,hout scrap., Too big to be
, ,put taiscales, the giaht is esti.
tutted Apo ,weiglt more than
1,000 pounds- ,It may be the
Ihiggfist fishi lever caught in
:North American waters.. Gnat
.lusedf a 72-potmd test

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AMEPICAN LEAGUE
Cerv, Athletics 8
,Rcot 4
Brown, Indians ,; 4-t;
eu SoX 3'
'21 c!i-r White Sox ' 3
MIrls, Indians 3
Minos Indians , 3
, Sievers, Se!, rs
Triandos, Orioles , 3
, Skowron,:Yalo,s, 1 1, 3
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' NATIONAL LEAGUE ;.,
BATTED IN
, Cepeda, Guints ", ..19
Bwrks, flits 7 '19
Walls, Cubs 18
: Thornas,, Pirates 18
Sne'ncer. 18
, Mathews,: Braves 1 18

,LEADING
'PITCHERS

: AMERMAN' LEAGUE
'Cerv, ,Athleties
Carrasouel, Indians
Skowron, Yanks .,
. Vernon, Indians
',Minos, Indians :1,
Jensen; ,Re Sox

PITCHING
NATIONAL, LEAGUE
. W L Pet.
Podres, Dodgers 4 0 1.000
Elston, Cubs 4 ,1.000
Spahn, Braves k 4 0 1.000
Purkey, Redlegs 3, 0 '1.000
MeCormiek,'. Giants' ,2 0 1.000
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AMEEIAN ,LEAGUE a,

Itarshman, Orioles 4 0 1.000
Turley:Yanks 3 0 1.000
Garver, Athletics 3 0 1.000
Grant, 'Indians : ". 3 0 1.000'
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Preakness Stakes ':
Highliahts F N
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Snorts,$che ule,
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The broadcasting ut one of the
big horse racing events of the year
the Preakness Stakes, highlights
next' week's CFN. radio ,s ports
schedule. The 6:45 o'clock Panora.
ma broadcast will carry informs
tion regarding any changes in the
schedule. ,
RADIO
I, May 11: Kansas Pity Athletics
vs. Detroit Tigers at 1:30 p.m.
May 12: St. Louis Cardinals Vs
Chicago Cubs at-1:30 p.m,
' May 13: St, Louis Cardinals vs
Chicago Cubs at 1:30 p.m.

May 14:' Baltimore Orioles vs
Nevi York 'Yankees at 1:00 p.m.
May 15: Cincinnati' Redleg vs
Pittsburgb4 Pirates. at 1;10 p.m ,
, 7 4
ikkay 16: San Pranciscw 'Wants
vs' ,Chichgo Cubs at 1:30 p.m.
May 17: 'New York Yankees vs
Washington Senators at 1:00 p.m.
' May 17i'llorse racing, PreaknesS
Stakes at' 4:30 p.m. ,,,

None.

,WEEICEND ATTRACTION! Today ,-, Encanto s-:35c.
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1, JANE POWELL, .r, ,';f 1 Lana' Turner in '4 ",
. r .. Clift ROBERTSON in 1, "- "PEYTON PLACEIt''''Ir
i .. "THE GIRL,MOST i In -Cinema Scope As Colort
. I Prohibited tor Minors! -'
I ' LIKELY" 1 ., Helmut Dantine in
"' ; lh TEOHNICOLOR! -,' ; '. "I Heil On', Devil's Islane.,
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TE!kCHING J9HtitlY TOSVIM
' SERIES Oil Ei

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Johnny can be taught te swkii more readily if you select one,
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1 of his friends te leant along with him. jklany et the steps
t be accomplished more easily when two youngsters w-ork together.;

Getting Johnny and Jimmy semi' stonied tO thewater lir the
' first step, fill a receptacle with water at Atoms and have the',
',boys put their laces in often enough so that they can bold their ,,,,
',,breaths and stay in, or lit.seconds;., thew practice exhaling
, under water and inhalingwhen the face is aut.
(mat No. 1 y , z

- k ("Teaching' Johnny To' Swim," a to-it-yourselemanual"'
for 'parents,. is now availble at your Red Cross Centers,
Libraries and swhnming pools in the Canal Zone. 1
(Parent who prefer to have their children taught in
gro.up classes Should register them with ,the Summer Re
creational Program in their tommunity. Trained Red Cross
instructors will be at all pools.)

-NEW YORK (UP)The ,"old
,
men" still t are' cutting a 'wide'
swath in sports and another case,
in point today is Mickey Vernon,
the "quiet man" of ;the Aniericn
League.
Vernon his hit better than, .300
only four times in "a I.7-year aria ariajor
jor ariajor league career. 'Two or those
times, while with Washington, he
won the American League batting
crown.- '
' And right now the man Who bas
'obtained by tleveland only iv as
first base inkrance behind Vic
Wertz is nailing the ,lall at a fast.
.400 clip. '
The six foot, two inch Vernon
is only carrying out the new sport sporting
ing sporting precept that life begins at 40,
or in that approximate neighbor neighborhood.
hood. neighborhood. There was ft time -when
PAW .athlete was ready for the
miscular boileyard when he
, passed 35. But not any more.

By OSCAR FRALEY : 1 Spreads Hitting Binges

ei Oldsters Win ,Tities
As examples of, the Ponce de
Leon movement, a couple of old
gaffers named Ted Williams and
Stan Musiai walked off with the
respective American and National
League batting chdmpionships last
season. Williams,' at 40, hit .388
and the 38-yer-old Musial batted
Musial, incidentally, hasn't
stopped yet. He's still .,eading.the
pack in tbe new season with a
ffantastic .529 average.
.Meanwhile, is other sports it's
the same, story.
Ancient Archie Moore, who is
anywhere from 42 to.44 years of
age,:. still reigns as the light hea
weight champion of the world and
last Friday just for kicks took on
and whopped a heavyweight.
In golf; the youngsters are surg surging
ing surging forward but the old guard
hasn't called it a day yet. Pete
Cooper, 43, won the Seminole Pro Pro,Am
,Am Pro,Am and 39-year-old Tommy Bolt
just waltzed off with the Colonial
Invitation.

Ddgers Hoijie
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Perfoiiiiant6

LOS ANGELES (UP)--The Los J
Angeles Dodgers today tallied up
the results of their 19-game home
stand and found the attendance
amazing but the performance of
the club mediocre., ,
During the, lengthy home stay
the Dodgers drew 547,519 patrons
through the turnstiles Of Memori Memorial
al Memorial Coliseum more than double
their attendance at Brooklyn last
ear hi the same number of home
games when they attracted 259,-
254 persons. ,The Dodgers won
only eight games and dropped 11
here,
, The' Dodgers Icloied out the
home stay by dropping a 9-3' de.
cision to the Phillies Wednesday.
The -club had a day off today and
travels to San Francisco Friday
for a ,three-game series.
t Veteran southpaw Curt Sim Simmons
mons Simmons 'scored his first pin in four
years over the Dodgers Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday and was the first lefthander
to work a full gamL and' a win winning
ning winning one this season' against Los
Angeles, 1
During 'the 9-game stand, 49
homers were hit in Memorial
Cellseuni, 39 of them over the 42-
foot left-field screen and 10 to
left-center, with ,,,one in center centerfield
field centerfield or' 'right -fieldetTheDodgers
accounted for only, 17 of these
homers,, 11 ever the
screen..,- ,' I 7
.

Whict strip's' the' Ca'se' of Mi'cke'
Vernon of 'much ,vverdue amaze.
ment, except for the fact that the
lanky first baseman spreads 'his
hig hitting binges over so,'Anany
years.. o, 4 .5

Back in 1944 he led the Ameri: I
can League with' a .353 mark, and
then they called him' 4 fichense
champion'', when dropped off
to .265 the next season. it was
good designation. Cheeae improves
with age. Se while beldidn't touch
.300 'again fot: long years,
Mickey bounced back in 1953 to
Will the batting crown again, this
,with .33T 'average. i
So what happenea' He Oropped
Off to .290 )the, following ; season
and hasn't been a title threat
since that time. Last year, as
parttime operative with, the,Bed
Sox, Mickey batted only'241.
When trader Frank 4.ane took
over fts'Cleveland'S general leati-1
ager this season he obtainOd the
40-year-old Vernon as a relief
man who cOuld step in; and rest
Werta oe occasion. ,'
But Wertz broke 'his anTcle
spring training and will,. be out
until Aug. 1. Maybe, if Vernon
keeps going as he is, even longer.

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' BALTIMORE (1.111).The prob.
able field the Preakness
Stakes at old Pimlico ',Ai week t
from. Saturday is approaching
record proportions'..
The list of potential strters
reached 15 Wednesday night when
Lincoln Road and Noureddin were
made supplemental nominees' fOr :
the second Triple Crown classic
at a cost of 87,500 each.,
Fhteen starters in this year's .1
Preakness would boost the gross 1
purse to $136,950,,,,with a net -of
$101,950 going to the winner,both 1
record aigures for the historic.
Maryland event.,
! The top. Preakness field was18
starters in '' 1928 when Victoria
won. There were 15 entries in
1924 when Nellie Morse,
walked off ...with the ,black.eyed
SuSans.,'
'Trainer Ivan 'Parke' arri'ved' at
Pimlico trom Kentucky, with three
Preakness eandidates, but imme.
diately dispatched ene-'4et's Alibi
--to New York York"Jet's
"Jet's York"Jet's Alibi is still little lame
and there 'is no cchance of his
making tile Preikness," said
Parke, flibert,, Ruler, will ran in
the Withers Stakes Beinfont
Monday and if he doeu well he
will run' back ,in -the Preakness
with Jewel's Reward and Ebony
Pearl
The possible starters:
Ctilumet Farm's' 'Tim' Tam;
Maine Chance Farm's Jewel's Re.
war,d, Ebony Petirl Land Liberty
Ruler; Sunny Blue 'Farm's lin.,
coin Road; Xrabgrass Stable's
Noureddiu; George, Lewis' Mar Mar'
' Mar' tin's Rullah; Ross and klipstein's
Silky Sullivanr,, Mrs.,,,-Aima Can.
nuli's Chance It TOUT; ,118111011ell
Farin's Gone Fishin't E. J. Pot.
, ter's Plion, Boncrist Farm's
! Backbons,.4aclys-J,Stable's..,Lil
! Fella, Windfield !:Firm's Grey
I Monarch, and PowhatanStable's
Michore. '

The NUN. Teener All Stars of
1958 will play their first game as
a team on Sunday, 1:00 p.m., at
the Balboa Stadium. Their posi position
tion position will be,' the Canal Zone Sput SputThe
The SputThe Sputniks are an aigrega aigregatinNrounded
tinNrounded aigregatinNrounded up by 'Fred Huddle Huddlestn.)
stn.) Huddlestn.) and Bob Smith.'They include
former MI Stars and other play players
ers players who are making a name for
themselv,es in teen age baseball.
The roster: Doug Priester, Dick
Ness, Bob Smith, Brink Miller,
Worden and Louis French, Bill
Browder, Butch Zent, Rick Mot Motris,
ris, Motris, Freddy Huddleston, Jeff Kline,
Chico Martin and Butch MacFad
den. Louis Schigliani tvill offici officiate
ate officiate and Bill Bobson, will. keep
score.
Jeff Kline, ,star pitcher of the
champion Stars of 1957, or Chi Chico
co Chico Martin, who hurled and won
the final game in the National
Teener Maseball Tournament ,in
Hershey last year, will take care
of the pitching chores for the
,Sputniks,4 with Freddy Huddleston
behind the plate. -
Manager' Sanders of the UM.,
has not announced Ms starting
pitcher, but will probably rely on
Brian Lutz or Bobbie Forttme.
George Cotton will catch.

Brazos' l3rooks' Galindo
shot a- three,, over par 71' Thurs Thursday
day Thursday afternoon, at the Fort Arne Arnedor
dor Arnedor Golf Club.to take the early
qualifying round medalist slot in
the 1958 tucky,,Strike Invitational
Golf Tournament- now underway.
Qualifying will continue through
Sunday,, May 11 with well 1 over
208 golfers txpected to compete
for the 123 ',positions for' 0 match
'play; which, will get underwap.'on
Monday; May 42,
Galindo edged out Panama 8 Dr.
Albert Massot, recent' winner of
the ,first flight; of the Juvenia
Watch Tournathent, for the medal medalist
ist medalist leadership position when the
old, Doc wept four, over, with his
72: 0 4, t 4 4,.1

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PGA Prexy Jim Riley announc
ed that the prizes for this tourna tournament
ment tournament be-,golf bags for ; the
imedalist; chnmpion of the tourna tournament
ment tournament and the winner ,:of each

,
The first flight runner-up
get himself a pair of Foot -, Joy
golf shoes and a pair,of socks to
go with them. The second flight
runner-up will take, home another
pair iof Foot-loys. Thrd flight
winfier will get' ,Kaddie Cart,
with the runners-up of the fourth,
fifth, and sixth flights getting a
pair of shoes. Seventh flight run runner
ner runner up will' take home a leather
hand bag:and shag big.'

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NEW YORE,' May 11.TR The
Rochester Red Wings aten't hitting
at a phampionshio level but their
Ditching has csrried Ahem to the
top of the International, ,League
standings. :
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Tne Community owned team
took both ends of a doubleheader
last .night from Buffalo, 4-1 and
9-2, to move Ahead of Montreal
into first place. The Red tWings
now boast an amazing 14-4 record
--arnaing tn that thev have been
averaging less than four runs per
game. Rochester's pitching howev however.
er. however. has, linilted opposition' to
2.80 ;ups per outing.
, ' ..;
,
, In other games last night, To Toronto'
ronto' Toronto' beat Montreal, 4-2; Colum Columbut
but Columbut swept a twin-bill from Miami.
-0 and 9-7:- and Richmond did
likewise to Navknes Sugar .ICInga,
10-9 and 10-7;4'
r Gary. 1 Bitiylock pitched the' seven-inmng
opener for,,,,Roehestett
losing his shutout on'', a bother
the Bisons' Luke Easter. ,,Roo ,,Rookiei
kiei ,,Rookiei Cal ,Browning went kit ;Abe
way for :Rochester in ,the secnd
garrie, for lils,third victory ln four
'decisions. ;

Whatever

. se 0.
.10 ph (.1 ) Moore
Joe Moore,' fleet and t' sure surehanded
handed surehanded outfielder on three' Nation,
al League champlonshipt. blitba, of
the New York Giants in the 1930's,
'Wile noted as fly-chaser bye he
could hit- almost as well, aa field.
In 12 major league seasons, he
compiled- a ,healthy ave
rage tot 1298. And in-the 1,937,lNorld
Series against the Yaikees, whea
the Bombers swept it 44,, Moore
hi a resounding -.391 in defeat. Ile
played left field on'the 11933, 1936
and 1937 league chamtm and, CM:
tinned until 1941 when 'he his .273
121, gantes. ,, :
Whatever -.happenedto-10 :10
Moore's-Today, at'49,' he has
ranch outside his native Gauge,

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- NATIONAL LEAGUE
' W L Pct. GB
Milwaukee'. 12, 7 .632
Chicago 13 .619
San Francisca 13 9 .591
Pittsburgh 11 9 350 11.4
Cincinnati 9 1 .529 2
Philadelphia 9 11 .450 312
Les Angelas 9 13 .407 412
St. Louis 3 14 .176
,
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh (N)
Chicago at Stt. Louis (N) 4
Cincinnati at Mi waukee (N),
Los Angeles at an FrincisCo
, Yestordat's Results
Cincinnati 200 000 008-10 11 0
Chicago 110 051 000 8 13 1
Acker, Schmidt, Wight, Nuxhall
(1-1), Jettocat and Baile, Hur.
gess. r
Drott,Mayer, Elston,, Nichols
(0.2), Rodrignez, Hillman and S.
Taylor.
On'ly.garno, scheduled...

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By TIZ EVO 'S'1MONS
' Whew! The thrills' and ,exciti.
meat tnat go witn cloe 'basheg 'bashegPau
Pau 'bashegPau games pave mertawly Peen
pientlitu m tins interscnolastic
cage Season; tne very least tnat
call be saa tnat 11, cannot ne

recolamenuect ter aged- or', baa..hign Senoo2 whedtdcy

weak of heart,
'Let's ',ntake;' lesulne,
Cristoold 'neated .0a Dud', Id Ida
a Ida narrow toree points margin alti
er a brilliantliglat from zat oelund
and Bulldogs proceeded to ex.
act. sweit vengeance wnen.,
went Ainto'i ad, extra quarter ta e.
yen their, score withA Cristobal in
a natrow 58 to 54 decision.
bal had two fights.to the finish a.
gainstiqutuor College; topping the
latter, by a 5 to 51 count in their
hrst encouriter and- them' manag.
to make it two ;iii a .rov.c by
a, score OA 49 to. 41 onl3r, after the
College had lost the services-:,4 of
App Canal-. Zonebasketball
olaverl, Don Alexander. even he.

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playert,, DOn Aleaknder, even be.
tore the lirst hal had ended.,
the two LC:ARO:0a games
have lailed In 'their efforts to prO,
vide cage thrills, with College
playing .dead, each tithe tc heea heeasily
sily heeasily ovell,ritit by ,their, icross-tneileam.rnates,1,'
by 66 .,to 447
and 65 to. 56 scpres.t,,,,
If it' taw be ;conceded that- -Jr:
Co lege has been ,dead
two, previous encounters -against
Balboa:, ,then tonight-should be
the itineral,, When Balboa takes
'the floor against the reel 'Davila
it., Balboa tonight, thy not
have 'to Ague with Den ,Alexan ,Alexander,'
der,' ,Alexander,' whose painful injury
suffered last Tuesday night should
keep him out of, the line up ...for
J,C.'s tifth ef ort at-breaking 4h..
to thO win column.
, 'Act, Junior ,Ctilege's
two' games will be no more than
token appearances, being ,PlaYed
merely because they are. ichedul,

ed. Tbis would not necessarily' bt' son.

cINCINATI,
idea 1Warren Giles announced
yesterday that the National
League will initiate a' voting' con contest
test contest to decide a 'Player of, the
Month" throughout the remainder
of the '1958 season.
Starthig with May,' one player
will .be, selected lor the honor
each 'month by a committee of
40 baseball ', writers and broad broadcastersfive'
castersfive' broadcastersfive' from each league
Each 'winner wilt be recognized
formally as -"Natinal League
Player of, the Month" and 'Will be
presented with a .abitable trophy.,
, "The exact 1 form ;of the me,
meat will be worked t;tit short shortly,"
ly," shortly," Giles said, :Pit will be', an
award of, lasting quality which the
play tif ', will be, able to kiep, for
the rest of his life

"This wifi pot be a Popularity
Poll," GUS' litressed,,!,"nor will it
in ,any viay be relate4 ", tot the
Most Valuable Player t award..
,, if,'Some people feel there are too
, many awards, but that isn't so,"
1 the leagte president continued.
,"As of now, we have 'the Most
Valuable Player, CydYoung anti
Roolde of the Year 'awards., rhe
first two almost always go to
players with chamPionship or Can Cantending
tending Cantending clubs4 - '' ,
, "Our PlaYer of the Month
&Ward will afford every every Na National
tional National 'Leaguer the opportunity -of
'winning recogrnitio for an out,
standing performance over a' sus.
tained 'period." ,,", A -, ,,
Giles emphasized that the vot.
ing committee will be comprised
of writers and broadeasterl ,,who
cover National League el u, b s
every day and travel with their
teams on the road.' ,ij .'7 ,'' -,
"The voting will be done ,by
Imen-avho see a maximum number
of games each 'month 'imd they
, Can be counted Ppon to cast their
. vote for the player,' whom they
, feet turned in the month's out,
. standing 0 performatice," 4 G it e a

- Toward the end ..of each month
led- to lo the tit) writer and broadcasters
49; he has a who will be asked' by Giles to
native Gauge, comprise,. the voting panel will
send,. in their nominee A Dave

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tru' however.' Don Ales' ander
,4 can get back.into 'the line.up by
ache. May when meets Cristo..
mktg. bal at talbok lot the linil games.
peen of the season.
plastic t
tnat The'pressure now ccomes to rest
pt pe he.vily on both Cristobal sou

at the aiargarita gym. 'nod
day 'night...it will pe tne Lijs,,ier
game ,or 'these two teauls' t ti tat
have split a ,pair of decisit.4.0 ''
the game coninered ,to f t
the, championship.
: Ituch of Cristobal's hopes de.
pend ,npon the ,consistently -good 1
performances of, Johnny Buseolan
Though one ,ol, Vie smaller ca,,-eis
on .the Tiger ,, quintet, .,,.bosetnan
has averaged some '12 points'
game.. and is by 4..r the best, re.
bounder the Blue rand Golivol
Cristobal,' Other iine points -on
which Cristobal will seek their luall
championshipjs the sharp-eye ,of 111'
Eddie ;, Pabon,.. Bill Gibson's 6-4 ,-
ladvantage milder the nets, Saiso'S
smart play-making and the supris.
ing y consistent jood ball handling
pf., Ronald ,Chin. 0 1.4 -
' There are those that have cr4ed
bitter 'tears because 'their
letes"r, have been unable to- ninve
big George Kirk and from,. undet
the basket:, but:to those that have 4
seen Ithe-games, sour grapes.- cad-
not erase the fact that this NO
per cent, hustler: does, tot nearly
give the- amount of .bruising that 'A
he takes in return..
Where Cristobal ha's' failed mis
ably this year has been from the 4
fourline. Previously 'noted.'''.for
their line -4oul-shooting .that has
brought ,to the 'Atlantic ,Side
nY ,cage ,titlea, Cristobal's 4;,.,,for .-
12'1 is far short of the inark.,,-"As dt
neither Balbovori,T.C..'have heel ..
remarkable'in that department,- a.,
ny improvement along those hnes
could well spell the differepce in
the .finaL outcome of the 1958 sea- e

61;13.te: iW'iliiiriO!'nt 'the ,NatiOnall
League.' Service 411Tean.:The votes
All be tabulated:and tlie'-',win1er
Announced on the,,first:day:4 each "s'
following :niontlf.,- r

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CALAM1' SIGNS CONTRACT
vEliMONTON, (t1Pf .. Gene Ca::
lame; frmerlinivers of Okla:
home quarterivick, signed his 1958
contract With the Edinontbn ski skimos
mos skimos Of Canada's Western Football
Conference Wednesday.'Calame, a
bative ot 'Sulphur, Okla4- stands
5.10 'ind weighs 175 poundsy,

BRING$ SUSPENSIONS.
' LINCOLN,It.f.'(UP)'"Train,"'
ers James 'P Fgti of YOnkers,
N.Y., and Orlando-Masarelll of .;
Medford,' Mass.,) and groornt Earl
Gilpatrick of Derry, N.H.,' and
Francis Pendleton of Proyi-
dence,; It.f., were suspended
Wednesday .by,Lincoln Downs officials-efter
tests showed horses,'
they handled had been doped. The
horses, Big' patricial, and Pilot'
Model, Won tar& Irre n May I:
SET;TICKET RECORD.'

.SAN FitANCISCO, air) :1-- Me
San Francisco Forty.Niners of the
National Football, League report
an alltime, record ,of 30940Vsea-,
son tickets have beeit'sold aci acivance
vance acivance for the 19501 season.4The
previous elub high .of 20,737 was
set .last year,' ' ,

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RUCS GET PORTERFIELD''';' ''
'BOSiON Veteran'
ican League pitcher Bob Porter.
field, dogged .4 by bard luck
throughout --, -most of his major
league carier, was sold by "the
Boston Red Sox to the .Pittsburgb
Pirates' lirednesday. Porterfield,
who' haiworked in only "four-Itt.
!tinge' this year, had a 4-4 record,
with' the Red Sox' in
.

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Clah.nicaFgreancisce 1132 '' ; '36911 --71,i
'' ' 1. ", ' ', , -r Hoak, Cinch ,'17 70 10 27 .386 0-
' '' ', ', '. ' '' 0 ''' Mays, S. tsca 22 86 16 32 -812 ; TEACHING JOHtitilf, TO,SWIt I -.'
- 1958 will play their first
Temple,CincL 17 60 42 22 .367 , ,, , , a team on Stinday, ittsburgh 11 9 .550 11,4 Cleveland $ 8 .500 3 I,
Cphincinnat
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,., , .,.; ,- : ',' : th.! Balb,oa, Stadium. (Th.eir posi posi-
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-1. .w ,s 10 27 .346 , ,, , tion will be. the Canal Zone Sput- dadelphlia ''' ; 121 Ire 2312 58elsittoninicir..;''-',-' --',- 9 8111.45'508 34 ,, :
Los Angels' 9 13 .407 412 Detreit ', ,1-, 9 12 -.427 412 s'
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St Louis 3 14 .1.76 I., Chicago 7,-,....4 ..-.4.11 267. .6'4 '- ; i
' ; '. '' ' "1""."' IP ''' ' ' '4: -l'ore, Mil. 19 38 4 13 .342 i '' '' 0.' ' 0,, 4 - ' The Sputniks are an aggrega aggregaSpencer,
Spencer, aggregaSpencer, &Fro 22 85 12 29 .341 I JohlaY ran be taught to swans me. re reedity .lf yao.u select One, tienNrounded up by 'Fred Huddle Huddle!
! Huddle! ' By JOHN GRIFFIN s-
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, ,, Hamner, Phil 20 81 14 27 .333 ; 44 hiti friends t lean' along witll blin yl"Y 111 1,1111 1tePs call, ,' ston4and Bob Smith.'They include .-k ..
---rc.hniiciaadgeolpahtiastatt.. Pittsburgh. (:) -,-wl14a. shin-g't'0-1:, at isle,w.'fy-0,1.-k''',-(N- ; ',7.-:: ;ri
1. be accomplished Mare easily when two youngsters work together., former ,d1 Stars and other -play,
i ...--.-.. vrevrstr 1 I ff a tITON QttitZtAl Conti-1r 0.11..m...s.. 4,-,i.,.;' iv lit ', v ig 'vvv 1 - -,,, ,- ,', :, ', era who are making a name for Louis (NI

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MAW Iunny nay v, kut 11',
I thernselv,es in teen age baseball. 1
s Angeles at Sao Frinciseo l C eveland at Chicago '
tha IsInflonni Learue now that 't Alk;Entonne I 011;.,110 ' !The roster: Done Priester. Dick 1t13

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(botrIlIn all thp' linstart Chicazo Cubs out of tirst 1 VertiOn, Cie, 1,7 45 10 18 .4001 '"
'Ness, Bob Brink Miller,1 UN) Kansas City at Detroit' (N) z
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20 270 ., ,, , ,! ,v,Nott , Browner, Buten 'Lent, RICK mor--cinc
, 110 051 000 8 13 1 Shaw (0-2), Valentinetti and He. I
' ' i ' ris Freddy Huddleston, Jeff Kline,
20 .370 s, k . , ,.'
chmidt, Wight, Nuxhall gait. ' -
22 .367 -, Chico Martin and Butch MacFad MacFad.
. MacFad. '''' , den. Louis Schigliani Will offiti offitile
le offitile .356 , f f (1.1), Jelfocat and Balley,,, Bur. ,Lumenti.,(1-2), Hyde and Court. -.
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' ate and Bill -.. Bobson, will' keep
20 .345. ' ) '.4 1 1 I Z Z ' tl.
1 Drott,-Mayer, Elston, Nichols ,. ,,, 4,--- ,' ; '.,
16 lie ., ..
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' 'Jeff Kline, ,star pitcher of the
Rodriguez, Hillman and S.' ,Cleveland at New York (post.' t
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18 .338 ..
26 222 4., Illt.1111, f,13 1 1.. , champion AU Stars of 1957, or Chi- (0-2),
? s' -1.1111 co Martin, who hurled and I won Taylor. -.. s,' 1-.r, 1 k poned, rain-'1,,' '; ',
20 .333 ,.,
000 ' LI f the final game in the National t .- ----' '.v, '-. ,, -..-.,-- ', ",-. ,
t ,In 0Oly gams, scheduled...-. ,' ,,t z only games scheduled.- '' .', 1
21 .333 )fr Teen,er Miseball Tournamen
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water et.horne and bait the', Sputniks,4with Freddy Iluddleston 4 ', .. .. i, , ,
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; Manager' Sanders of the V I' W ', I- , .
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' Walls, Cubs, '., O. ',',,breaths and stay in, Ili .,
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Sauer, Giants ', '' 8 (Mot No. 1Y ..,:. .,, .. .. : ... ...... ,.. t, ,,,. ', Bnan Lutz or Bobbie Fortime. ,.
Cepeda, Giants ,..,. 8 '.. ', ,- : .. -, ,, :. .1 '. ..-..'-' ', George Cotton,will catch. .: ,-,., ,--
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Plea nng ltecorn top of the International,,,Leagrue
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, tooThkeboitohmemaudnaitoyf of the 1.958 season,.' : :
Mon' th-4 -th-r-otighnut the7iemainder ti ;: , 4 ;
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BALTIMORE (IN odwo un be e h et ae da emr
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IThe Stud Loi'Slete'srevitalized Sculptor goes
sut In quest of a repeat victory tomorrow afternoon
thi featured $750 seven furlong dash for second
series imported thoroughbreds at the President Re Re,mon
,mon Re,mon racetrack.

Sculptor will be facing four; Merel, a big disappointment in
ough 9pponents in King's Park, the big race, should improve here
,lenel and the Gabriel Ossa Vicu- over the this shorter distance. Fel
lia entry of Forever and Nagir. I nando Alvarez. as usual, witrricie
Sculptor has shown., remarkable the Stud Electric star. I ,
,mprovement since he was turned Forever and Nagir, which will
wer to Arturo Phillips- He finish- have Hector Sales and Guillermo
.d third in return, after a long lay-tRivera respectively in their sadd sadda
a sadda and 'last week triumphed over les, should be in the thick of things
he steadily-improving Guadalca- from start to finish.
lull In a ,thriller, Julio Rodriguez, The secondary attraction should
I
vho rode him last week, will a- also be a thriller from start to fin fin;ain
;ain fin;ain be aboard. .,'. ' ish. Diocese, Sunfair, Red Label,
iKing's Park, which performed Affiliation Order and El Agheila
i'urnrisintily well in thP S15,000 will, match strides in this $650 sev
ellr sident of the Republic Classic en furlong dash. ,,
iast Sunday,f. will again have Bkss 1 Nine other prospective -thrillers
ktuirre in the saddle. .0. ), iare listed on the program.
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P.P. Horse Jeckev
1st Rate Spociar Imp;
, 1st RACE
1Sober View, A. ,Credidio
2Achieved ,- E. Ortega
2Boyton Spring ,, E. Dario
4Now Then A. Reyes, R,
5Emily Mary R. Vasquez
4Zutphen C. Quiros
1Gollat Hurley
8Voltage H. Gustines

nd Winners 2.yr..elds Imp. Purgo S650.00 1. pp.1 Closes
- r .11 lnd ,Race Winners tyr.-eld
1-4angal Ii7Phillipa 103 HOS late foot
2--Xistullarf '.,.15.?11aeza 115 --Will fight It out:
3Hermelini 11-7'Gustines 113 Could make jt her..
4Cuquitano,.. A, Nosquet 112 ';.-llates good chance
5Pan lostado. G. 'Rivera 1111..Seemo best of grout,' I
SDon Ludt ,, 011. Aguirre 113 Could igeore gain
7M., Pedro... 4- M. Hurley 11Q ....Improving steadily

1Pangal I.7Phillips
2Xistu ,'..15211aeza
3Hermelini -Guatines
4Cuquitt riok. A. Nasquet
5Pan Tostado., G. Rivera
SDen latch ,, oll Aguirre
7M., Pedro.. M. Hurley

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Srd. Rasa' "0'1" Natives 4' PesDtorse $375.00
' ONII TWO

14 A. tourleas 101x Not with thil rider 1",
2Follette ,,,t- R. fiustines 110' ,,,Ratee fair chance ;
3Jip;:, Jape 1" 11'.Baeza 109 it-Usually ilisaopoints
4Daniel G: Sanchez 113 ,Better thia woe
3Bugabal rol. CredidinitIO ''L2.Nothingl in thonthro-;
SSiderals :',A.1Reyee'R 112 :Cmild make it now
7Carmelite: i4t J;, AVIla'113 '-''4'astest at yetaway
2Guacamaya A. Gonzalez 103 Beat cheap field :

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Mt flocs 1,1'H" Motives 6,
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P. tgarret

P. ) D. Barret 112x---Returns from layoff
2Bagdad -'' 4,7 C.' Outros 111xNothing to indicate
' J; Phi Ilins 110 Good recent races
4Dott Manuel-A. Reyes R.,110 Usually close up
5San ''Cristobal G.Sanchez 115 May down in cliss
Isna R. Gomez 106 Not against these
?-11:1-Pegnello --E. Ortega 100,,CouM surprise --
Aguirre 105 Should score here

3th lace,,;Special
1Playbo
2Gazspe --, 1
3--Sputnik
4Segador
5Phillipipon 4
Imp.
'H. Gustines
R. Vasquez
V, Ortega
Credidio
R.' Aguirre

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ith Saco ith kilos Imo; 6 Pos. Pur4. 5400.00 Pool
, ,,, ,,,,,, ,,,'', ,, 2nd RACE OP 1141 DOUBLE
1La enera a H.Gustmes 104 an we 1 n last,
2Maria Stuardo B. Baez 115 ,Form indicates
STifito '' J. Rodriguez 110 4Could score again
4nro P urito ', J. Ximenez 100 Hangs in stretch
SDown Song ,' A. Credidio 115 Would psv ,nice odds
S'rhe Souire .. cp. Aguirre 113 ,Strono effort last
' 7Picartro ', A. 'Reyes R 105 ;;Complete flop
7th Race 2nd Sorlos Imo. 7 Pos.Purgo 5750.00 Pool
- i,1- .',.' 2nd RACE OP THE DOUBLE ''
. 1,ScUlptor ' 1 Rodriguez 110 ,-17astly,Improved
IKing's Park, R. Aguirre 115 Seldom repeats
,, SMenel; ; ,,,, T. Alvarez 115 T,,ast doesn't count
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' 4rorever ,, t. ,-,, H, Salas 111 4111,14y, runs well
SNser . ',G., ytivera 113 r-Quits like a 'dog"
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1--Lobfria717;
1Teddy ;
3-4AAmft Lola
triirs
t,:nofilt rinr;
Flia
-Gongora
IL Aguirre
A. Vasquez
M. Purley
B Rom
Gliqtines
Phillips
9th Rote ith Spries imp. 6
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1--Don' Dani , M. ,Hurley 108 -Early speed only
2-4,viadora $ IL Salas 110 ....Not against these .,
3-Riotons 'I'. Rodriguez 113 -Gets stiff test here t
4-Amah :, A. Baeza 113.. '--Could go all the way ,,
5-Parasol A., Vasquez 115 .--Impressive .win last
8-Gay Leg endk Revesit.,115 -.C1,uld score ',gain
I-Introduction, B. Aguirre 108 -,-Not against these
8-Xensington ', 1-1,1Gustines 108 --Reportedly improved '
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10th Paco 3rd Series Imp. 7' Fps. Purs 5650.00 Pool Closes
la-Diocese , S.,Rod. 113 --Could get up now ,
11-Sunfair r. Alvarez 108 -Reiter this week -
la-ltpti Label, t, Ili. Jimenez 104 ---11ts late foot -
t-Attiliition O. It.Vasouttz 113 -Hard to beat here
5-E1 Agheila .$ H. Gustines 101 '--111' fight to finish .,
Ilth Ries Ith Strios Imp. I, Fgs.Purso $400.00 eel Closes
' 1-Dagon .q q(I, J. Rodrig. 105 -Returns from layoff ,
2-Sandokan, R. Vasquez 113 -Seems 'sure thing",
I--1,anero-s-m-:,4- Jimenez 110 R-Surprised,injast,
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4--Rutilante B. Baeza 112 -.Early speed only t
, 5-Riscal ,, A. Vasquez 115 -Could be up'setter
6-Princesa V., J. Cadogan 108 -Not good enough '
,7-Tony J. Gongora 113 -Even if he breaks
1 5--Papps Flynn C. Ruiz 112 -Usually refuses
0-Alhajar F. Godoy 112 -Way down in class

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SI. Commas
FgsPurss $65000
OP' THE 'DOUBLE
Entnes
Odds
Peel Closes 1:00
110 Hasnl sLoWn much
100 --Improving slowly,
104 Depends on statt
108 Vastly improved
113 4.Form indicates
100xi--Waste of time
108 p-Usually.trails
106 -Much improved
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102
115
113
112
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Fos. Purse $315.00
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1.12k: Returns from
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3-1
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Fes. Puri. $650.00 Pool Closes ;AO
105 Has shown nothing
115 Seems sure thing
115 '0,..Has tood rating
105,;Shnuld be runnerup
108 ,Only one good toes
5-1
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10-1
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10-1
Pool Closer 4:10
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Peol Mum

4:40

112 4Makes debut here
108 Good early speed
112 Toinremaive workouts
1011 Pas shown nothing
103 disannointment
112 Form indicates,
110 Can win.,here too

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Stecsaws $400.00
ONE TWO
Pool Clises SAS

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HOOFBEATS

- ByCohrado
Annmbil
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Thrte newcomers are scheduled
to bow into the loca: racing pic.
ture this' weekend:
The Chileau-urea four-year old
chestnut colt Spu,nik, the Argen.
tine-bred twoyear-o;c1 brown filly 1
Loberia and the two-year.old
lean-bred bay filly Mama Lola.
Spot ult,- a son of Named Din
--Venganza, Is owned bv Jose
altos Sitton and trained -bv Her.
nando Gonzalez- This find Bogue Boguete,
te, Boguete, colorbearer will run. in tomor
row's fifth roPe. Other Sitton
horses which .were taken away
from trainer Ileinaldo Diaz this
week and turre4 ever to Gonza Gonzalez
lez Gonzalez are Nerve, Bodegon, Mulchen
arl El Pobreton.
Loberia, by Pes nut of Lechu
(mita,. is owned and trained by
Gerardo Molina,
Mama Lola, a daughtet of Tor-1
est Itow-Oranso Crus,b. Is owned'
hv'the Stu,' 'V' Ands trained by
Trank X- telmetz.
Both Loberie and MIMI& Lola
are sheedoled starters 11s tomor.
row's eighth ref-, A

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les Pleginnino 'limoTow, tho four,.
stall suoplomentarv ,startino
, -' nate will bit put:, back in ono.
Oath This will allow a total of 14
los um horses, to participato In 'each
,
', .. Also beginning tomorrow, 't h e
,. 154 ttPket vendino niethine4 will he
' -. 15-1 able to exnewi on to ticket. 'No
i 4.-1 12. This will allow the hanker).
,. 3,-1 nor to ,eroup, Nos. '12. 13 and 1
. 3-2 for' '"field't tickets I whenver the
50-1 entries total that many. ,1 '..'
30-1 ,, , .4 m.mto)0,-- .. t;
2-1 Entries for Ulf,. '1May 25 23.000
', tilide Raul Esoloog a riseie satl
. the tr.son deed .Thno I .n.teral
les 1:se Joie, A., Remol., Clstelo will re re,
, re, eolvect up, fit .non Monday. May
'- s 12, '-'( ", N ,,,,, 1,.. ,..,
, : 15-1 The'lkaul Esninest Sisksie is a
I 4-1 ,nThig 0,70.4. omr,, pqafivo trtnre.,,,41,
- 5-2 bre while tho Gen $emon Clis,
-t '5-11 Rh' iqi e"',I''''"11,1102eo set for a
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4700 MATERIAL MIX MASTERS five' ski; ',Forrest, Casi and
ViTiq SAntell hit:legit 5C sets with
Teems w I 500 and 504. In the handicap divi.
Boyd Brothers i 74 2 sion the 'latter two knocked 572
Sparks : $! 12 4 and131, and thei had ample as
Master Misses 2 7 sistanct from two damsels, Laurie
Remington Rand -: ), A Rays 546,1 and Marie Case 315.
Glitter Rats 7, 1 Last but certainly not least was
Snarkg ' 10 to,n ITavt with ion'

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S700 MATIMAL MIX
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Tooms- ,,,
Boyd Brothers
Sparks
Master Misses
Remington Rand -: )f,
Glitter Rats
Snarks, ,.
Blinds'' ,!'
Overdoes : i
700 MATERIAL MIX MASTERS
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'Etems-. ,E ;., w 1
loyd Brothers 7 i It 2
parks .c 4 $!'12 4
raster Misses , ..'.'1, to 7
temington Rand -:. 8 8
Rats .7 1
narks. , L" 10
S. 4:: d 8 10
Iverdues : 2 4
Boyd Itrithers 4 Overdues

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Overdue(' ;
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R was jackpot night in the
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51 leagui because ail' matehei htult
EvEN ed in nne tenni: winning all four.
- Boyd Brnthers Of "Smith Corona
fame wan' the, first .te collect the
(lean 'weed 'when' they stink the
;0 s imp Overdues deeper the 'low con con;
; con; 204 fines of the, league.:
' Giving 'MR"' 114 pins ner game
i 1 not dotir ;the' Smith Corona
,
5-1' bids and lassies from trouncing
; the' hinleaa Over(lue who are the
. gt. tomis CarOinal4 of. the leatUe.
Closes 3:40 Only. in, the, stanza were
. the machine howlets wished 'but
her Tenn hit via ping, Jim Mitch
- Se-t, Rtkrt Moticnwitt. and Thorry Rome
fnry1143,A4 '11,a zmive",with S19 sos
'6, and S02. ret "th Oterdues Max
' -1"-I Nichols nickeel 537A

-, , ).. T,,f Imek n, niel, me 'Lopes Will be broatleaSt over CPST III tit nut' tortlea 1.-ettifin II:

Sparks :Mester Misses
St4rks tribbed off the iaeknot
ht this moral by' rloohtetine the
lvtifer miSQFS. nt.ttifferettee In
total ,Dins was 758, VI& Master
'fisses were 1,160.14 'In 'fhb 'tirt
of roissine tha flint: "Ago, the
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-4d : brown filly i land debut at the Pimiteo race. -..,.....::..::-.....::.A,,:...., :.,,.....- .,..:: ,,
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Cuarles- Abernathy 1, display the beaks of !Our m kli 4 ht Etne quick coat of Du-, ... ,..i.. r ,.r ,,,...,:,:, ,,,-:,,. :4,
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'1May ',',25.,- $3000 It 'deadbeat 'Second niece H0110dO during a fourday fishing trip in Pitias Bay last week abOaardligthhet vinY1 Masonry': P a in t. gives ,-, ....- -:
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114 6 cif eic Ind 're Gtistine has a total of 56 tri. seri.- Abernathy's catch of a 415-pound
.IineI -I: (lateral. umphs. ,-, :,....., ,: ., :. :", .:. ',:: tacide (44 lb, test line, 12 oz. tod),. is believed to' be -a ranama tection for all outdoor and. in- : :' ., '. t ,.,'".: -, --se44---,,,,, ,111),0 ; -. : .
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on Monday,:- May :-.--4,,, i :: .'-';;", 1 ,;'-1..- .';',..: :., i tackle' by,,O..Newball, skipper of the Seri the trip yielded four .. .. .
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Du Pont: Vinyl, Mns-ory Paint , ,. 7, -.., :, -4,...-,
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Classy Argentine theroughbreds
Trasgo and Santurron, the lattet
unbeaten in seven starts, at the
rrcsident Remon racetrack', are
scheduled to make their Mary- !..
land debut at the Pimitco race,.
track this weekend.
Karl Rennert, who once had the ;
leacting stable ow.' at the now de. ,'
funct Juan, Franco racqrack,
seems to be preparing to return
to horseracing in a big way.' kic
recently purchased the British colt
Bright Spur and yesterday bought
another promising youngster e
Chilean time-year-old colt Beht,
The Rennert colors were once
defended by such stafwarts as Ti
gret.e, Linsjudo, Julian, Fe Fo
Fpm, Jerry Gee, Ginger Ale and
many others.
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Felipe 'Perdeme, he !recently
returned from a visit te Chile,
beupht two colts while in the
Seuth American country. One
'Isf them, the lweyear.old Don
, Antinie, will race for Perdeme
' while At ether, the four-year.
old Homan, will sport the silks
of, Humberto Stud
ChYmengu-
POnlan is sada to be a Inpnotch.
er in his native Chile.
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Br,eza, despite a 4alump
over the weekend continues to
hold a comfortable margin, ins the
firtt semester Jockey contest.
Baez& has ,76, viclries, loololjog
It 'deadbeat. Second olace Heliodo.
re GustMe has a total of 56 trl,
umphs.
- : :..z 44,
, The 'Anton, jockey In next Sun.
Tay's $1.060 Carolina Mendez de
c'trhri Osseo for twovear0101 na.
tive thoroughbreds will receive a
511 'gift from the late Mrs, Chia.
opt, pew Dr., Eduardo Chlari Jr.
five sets; ',Forrest Case and
Vine SAntell hit legit 5C sets with
500 and 504. In the handicap divi
Si Olt the 'latter two knocked 572
and 531, and they had amOle IS
sistanct from two damsels, Laurie
Rays 546,1 and Marie Case 315.
Last but certainly not least was
Ben nays with 520,
Remington Rand 4 Gutter Rots 0
Remmington Rand also, rin
way with the, jackpot by snpring
the 'Gutter Rats, skinning them
for the fgur points. They too gave
away mlenty of mins hut found no
hardshin in doing act. RuPs Arnold
anti ,Rob Jaques provided the no
son for the rodents with a 5111
owl 516 pis, fall. Gutter RPt Pierce
Newton although cornered fierce.
lv with his Sol but the rest of the
rots were at meek as 11 'eke),
Ittousi.
' Blinds 4 Snarks
ThP-Blinds followed the Pfilit
eV rotten of the week and open opened
ed opened their eyes to four :illicit whining
, efforts. Dome Lurk helned and the
same larlit -Ooferted the Snarks.
't,ec.lima pup Blinds Wen one, same
three bins and another ho two.I
T iffy I,urk via Dick Mr.1
Gcdoe with 541 and Toni Wond
yard 'with 591. The Snarks besides
fscino the Winds es oononentp
1"mii Wind, hi their-ranks
eliett.their fnm 110114 1vPv'd pbv,nt,
The throo ',J1ows the-showed Un
flid rood ioh. Jim Howard had
rli ans Earl Sword swallowed a
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',- possums RECORD CATCHFrank Vio Jetta (right) and
Charles Abernathy display the beaks of four marlin t caught
during a four-day fishing trip in Pilias Bay last week aboard the
Seri. Abernathy's catch of a 44S-pound marlin with 'a light
tackle (44 lb, test line, 13 oz. yod) is believed to be a ranama
Bay retord.Vi. smaller' marlin also was caught with the same
tackle by,(). Newhall, skipper of the Seri the trip yielded four
marlin, five sailfish and plenty of smaller fish for an approximate
total of 3,000 pounds, most of which was given to Panatua or orphanges.
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The second, contest of a best besteut.of
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twee!, ,Bolte vkf and Abernathy
was postpone4:for :the second
time yesterday and 4, will -- be
played this afternoon 4 at. Santa
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Boit W Is Panama champion
and Abernathy is Canal Zone
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'-, The Panania team took the
first gams of tbit series CO
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row- afternoon at' 4 o'clock
when. transoorlation will be
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Stadium,
The fillt contest of the :hroo,
game series with Cafe Cool
spot will begin there at 7:30, fol.
lowing inauguration ceremonies.
Ortii, lopz Bout
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A lightweight boutbetween the
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, .1 Wo wilt by afar card and pa- FOR RENT -r- Apartment 3
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, cash ma waitina na aaa tape. bedrooms. 1 bathroom', maid's I- II 1- 111. i A 111
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We will by our card and pay
cash. Ho waiting no rml tape.
Any year make and model.
Motors at Tivoli Crossing
Tel. 2-4222
FOR SALL-1955 Ford Station ,'
Wagon. 8 cll.. pauengor.
- standard shift., Call 2-3170
Aar 4 p.m. Hausa 743-11 lal lalboa.
boa. lalboa. ,
FOR SALL-1950 Bukk sedan.
Bost offer. tel. Panama 3-6301.
FOIE SALE:--1954 Ford
nine passenger station wagon.
f five new tires. new paineexcel..,
lent shape. Owner leaving for
; States. Telephone 2-1449 bet.
; wen 7:15 con. and 4:15 p.m.
, FOR SALlit-1954 Chevrolet
door Station'Wagon 210 series,
standard 'shift, 'with radio.
32.000 miles, ono owner. good
condition S1050.00. 8163-A s s,
, s, Margarita, telephone 3-2883.,
G. B. Hardison.
; FOR SALL-1950 Nash Am-,
t humidor. overdrive, $250.00 or
best offer. Friday 5 to 7 p.m. :
, Saturday and Sunday, 2160-8
Curundu. Phone 83-3285.
FOR SALL-1950 Packard 4
door sedan. radio, heater, clock,
i direction signals. Tires and Me Mechanically
chanically Mechanically very good. Can bo
seen at 6133-A Los Rios. Pric Pric.
. Pric. od for quick sale $325.00 (no
,, less). Telegkonet Balboa l
FOR SALE:-1955 Foul N9-11.
, country sedan, 9 passenger 21.
tone, radio, practically now tireo,
i eery good condition. Call 3-
t 3171.
FOR SAL8:-.4958 Plymouth 4..
, door sedan. Automatic transmis transmis;
; transmis; sion. Radio. Perfect condition.,
$150'0. Phone, Coco' Sole 587
after 5
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My 'Fir Lady $2.25
-6'Around The World in,'
SO Days" $2.25
ond tioutando of other selections
1 r TflOPELCO S. A
1 45th Streeo and yis IspaAa
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' i FOR SAL11-1957 Pentiae",'Sa Pentiae",'Sa,
, Pentiae",'Sa, fari's station wagon,. air condi-
1 tione6, many extras,' under
,, 5,000 miles. ,Also piano. HI-Fi,
and: television. Call 34377.
SALC-.-1955 Oldsmobile
Holiday hard top, power steering,
'' mew ww tires radios! beater,
windshield washers, many other
accessories. '1 owner end cep.
, tionally clean car, Will discuss
price 't etdemonstration.: Call
Amider 5219 during duty hours
or Panama 3-6957 offer 5 p.m.
" FOR SALL....1954 Studebaker
Cenvintander, fully squint03
$95(L Phone Quintet's 83-5271,
, FOR SALL-1950 Nash, ,'6
cylinder, 4 door. Phone ,Salbea
FOR SALL--Cheirolet 1954,
Bel.Air, sedan, standard shift,
wisw A-I condition..
31Tel. Fananti 3-7942.
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. Panama liner Cristobal is
' etheduled to sail from New York'
TOesday with 49 passengers' for
Cristobal. There are also II pas pas-
- pas- singers booked for Port-au,rince,
41 he complete advance passeng passengost
ost passengost list follows:
,Mr. an, MrS. W. E. Barnes; Mr:
' and Mrs. C. William Bechtle;
Miss Gail P. Blank; Mr. and Mrs.
Ellward iB. Bloch; Mr, and Mrs.
I PANAMA STORE
Auto Row No. 27-29
, Tel. 2-4624
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' ., Bad afpar l'st Panarna 3"6301-: 3-4734 L' -0-,' ,:, ,-, ; .. , .- ... , ,, General Electric -re- a r 1 ,.!,,,acKviut)
-', - --....- ,' -, '.. '' ..,. froM 7 a m to 4 o m '' .. FOR SALL--I 5 foot runabout '' P 4- : '
r Spend yiur weekends at; Rio ;': cycles, hvo doors, separate frees-, ,,L 3 . ''' 4 ' .4 ,- .
t E II t : , ;,, ,,., ,.,, :,4, 5., pSthoneend3:41.4a2sEss., a.,,ha :,", 1 ,,, ,' ,'", .
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frigera' tor 60 ,. -. Inquire Mr. Pelyhe Te1.1-1660 s,
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- -- FOR SALE:-1954 Ford V.11 :., FOR RENT:--One bedrooM fur- -, Mar,' tile best' beach in the, Re-'..-"" 11411 dapartmen ., rice en con- , t.. i rackets.. 5312C Diablo. : ,-- a
' wine passenger station wagon, ', nished apartment. Automobile t ..' Hurry At LUM'S Hurry 40 Ave r rf .. ,, ------.----, ",. ,, 3-mincetio car wash SI. steam
. V h II le d t ,' --dition$240.00.Nitte
, pu ic wit a in i -0 came...,
: bamboo: living :room furniture-, ;
piece se ,-,
, Nacional (Auteflow) Just un- ,,.:
- -,,, 1, five now tires. new paine excel., Row. S70.00 monthly.. T11),--- : dities, open day and night. The 1 111 'Cr --;---xri ,,, :,, cisanin2 ot moot 55. waxing a -,
(,' lent shape. Owner leaving for phone talboi .2870. ', -.. k ri I hi N '' : FOR SALE:-.Naw. 'crush,' com....:,, ''' 0.1111 -! i;. il .., 'sears SC-, Auto-Ilatio, Trans-lath.
, pac a a arse, s pment ice ;
. newmanagement is at your eery. .'' -475.00. China- closet' gSti go
--.- .' New Rattait, Furniture- and Ilas.-"' ,-, plate' with trailer upholstery kla.., ,
.7, '' TN. SET OWNERS:Avail your.
' ." ;:s States. Telephone. 2-1449 Inst.. mien Highway neat Sears. .-
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- ' kets, ,, Novelty' etc. using, fast.;'. me. Sets it. at SEARS, ',Los Anse. -, :.. .. .. , .,
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' '' w n 7.15 a on. and 4:15 P.m. FOR RENT:-As of Mai 15th, ; ,, ., ,,
, Deluxe two bedroom apartment,
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, trained,techniciae plus no pick-
',.. FOR SAIlli-1954 Chevrolet 4- ,-' '' 21, baths lone ; with tub and '''' 1 ; R --:'''' .---- ..- LP RECORDS -
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. door StatioN.Wagon, 110 series. shower); Large sitting and din- ... SS. ''s
00MS '. .. S P s 3 FOR SALE.--s Girl's bike: .wit'...-h' ", FOR 0ALE:-..-Sailbeat 156---7' 04., WANTED:-Week old lullterj ..11.S.' TELEVISION offer, factory
- standard ',' shift, ,':., with radio", log room,' kitchen.' --Maidroom r .. ' All Trade Marks .'.; -.:-
4. TROPELCO S.' A. .' ,,. basket' .$201 Deep Freeze : 14 6' beams', '4',,, Irak Hull tibia. tied. Phone Panama 2-1434:
' rename 37107. , '' .:
.' .. 32.000 miles,- ons :owner. teed,: '.- and bath. adjoining separate ,, -- ', .2' .
; , ,'WANTED:"-Diplomatie :couple ':
cubic feet $150:14, foot Alsi-;:'' '': 'asstd. man '1108phona cais,. ----------" ''''----4, 4.; lie hod- delivery-charges. Phone
FOR MINT' -;, Beautifully fur. in ;num to's! ,wjth '.ca t bp': car! '', ',:: ;bat 3-189. ',,14,. ,,t'
' condition': :$1050.00- 11163-A ' laundry section, Lovely 'Arden .. ;-
. 415th Street and Via Is 6 - : '- require apartment with ,2 err '3' '' '' '
' Margarita, :."- telephone : 3.21183., -and putting -green. 'At 010. 371.,,,,,.
- frisked housekeeping room deo- t
Pa a -''' nor -- SI 50 Refrigerator ., Hot 3., . ,, . v. .
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' .: ;-. Phone 3-1285. ' ''' d '' '" RECORDS .. : bedrooms, etc;,,froin June", 1, .. -- ,,. , .
' G. II Hardison. -, - ' l'F"-Street-EI 'Cangreio, phonil
. Isle couch. refrigerator, kitchen Point; $100; Record 'player In -, ,
. r ,-,...-..----- ff h . cabinet with attacked stove. ' ': .! ', :. .- ', ; .;',:'ratlits combination, i. $25., Night -:. ,;. -. y aar y .
. 3-031e eunng o ice ours. .,. -- ; m p Lad $2 25 ' '! Tel. 24912.. l',. '' '''- ,,,: -,!'',, -,".TELEVISION SERVICE.,'",Ability,
' .e' FOR SALE:-1950 Nash Am.,: ,
', bath, and entrance independent. ', '''',."Around The Werld In '. honesty.- and: customer satiate.-
, FOR SALE:--Large -.Plate loess ,'.' stand, $10, Phone Panama 3.-- .' 7.' WANTED:.-.Americian' famil ' NO SERVICt CHARGE th
, Y ; hon.
.' basudor. overdrive, $250.00 or FOR RENT:--Best located, ene..i. No. 3,- 52nd. Street. Phone. 3. 2 .'
80 Days" $2. 5 ,, .. is
!, .,, mirror, 33"x54" mahogany wants ter rent three et four bed4" month .1n1Y.' FREE ESTIMATE
- best offer. Friday 5 to 7 P.m.:, reom furnished apartment. Neer, 0638. , .' ; ..- and thousands of 'other selections... .-.
: "' frame.' lamps. chairs ,end -----7-.
. misc. ,, reem house In best area of Pan. ; ,--before repairs.---Ask for MISTER
: Saturday and Sunday, 2160-8 .". 'all bus stops; 43rd Street No.. ... RECORDS - t, TROPELCO S. A.:': f -',
Balboa 2409... '-.' i.-.' '- : ! rimq. Call Lt., Col., Hogge at Ti-, ': r TV --Phone Panama' 1-3142. ':
. :. Curundu. Phone 83-3285., ' '' 12. ,,,,, ,.,,, -- ,,,,... --, ,,,,, ... ... Si 25 VI it i :
45tb Street and a soa a 'you Hotel , ', ;" '.
- . i : :- ouses --... .c "Around The World In To1.1-12115.,,, '-, ".. ......... ' : '
FOR SALL--1950 Packard 4 FOR RENT:--Modern comfort- ,!,-1
' ' .- - - - - 's 1. :' 80 Days" $2.25 '" - Protect vow; barna, and Draper.
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- . ,.. -. ,. u ... WA'NTED : TO. 1.111Y:-..-Washing.i.', ey 4- against-1,; insect d a m a e e.
' door sedan:radio, heater', clock , able two badr'14m raPartnien" '4' , .. ,, FOR SALE::: --- Westinghouse and aln;usands el other ;elections -'. -, ',:-; 'i- .:;', ;v. .; : machine, wringer type,' 60-cycle, i preinot ,scsinlifte, traatment on",
irection signals. Tires and Mo.: with maid's bedroom, two bath- .,,
i'- FOR RENT:--'' Ai 50th : street ' refrigerater ;25. eyela.,: freezer' -'' .-
' ;TROPELCO .S..A.:. ... ; ..1. ''' - Balboa 2 4497 '' '' : ::' '''' ''''''- hi
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' .. chanically very', good; Can be rooms.' livingroom:- diningroom:,, - .. ,, -emergency.: or mont v budget:,
,PNo. 25,;2 bedroom house fur,: top $125.00.- House 765 Apt. ;4 45th Street and-Via 'Espahe -,. ..'...;,.. ,-, ,, , -
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'' : seen at 6133-A Los Rios. Pric. ,'
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balcony, ., terrace, garage, h
--- 1 '.'''' nished, exclusive neighborhood. 5 lg. T i 2 1796 -'' '' Tel. 3-1285. "'- . ,'
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- Panama-417977-'0r Colon 17771,-;
'' od for quick ule $325.00 (no water;, with or without furni- r,
r; 6 months or "pormanont' oc --. i':' ''''' 6. '''....' : eolistote -., l'
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,.1..). Telephone: ,,Balboa. 27 tures; Phone No. 3-9444,;-,1412o.'' cupancy. Information at : Cuba L ss : -s 0 '' s s '. '' ss .s. s
P. FOR- SALE.--Matched soli 'clubs
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'- 2746 --" :- ' : 3t 48th Street. '! '',. Avenue No. 25'43. Phone l .- FOR SALE:Baby erib mattress wiaten.
:4 irons Byron Nelson:4 f
, , , :. ,, ... ,' : ...My Fair Lady $2.25 .,-.
.- 0481. : , and ;chifforobe. $45.00. Phone ed "powor-bilt" woods,' incl.' bag FOR SALE:,-Small country home.," : '-',"Around The Wodd, Its
' FOR SALE:4-1955 Ford Nr-11, !' FOR RENT:--3 bedroom resi. ,-
- Curundu 83-5278. t
; ,, . and umbrella.:- Balboa :2409..'' .. .".
- 12 mile soff the concrete on the -' 80 Days" $2.25
.' country. Midair,' 9 passenger 2.: dence;- somifurnished. For Infer.. -,, -,, ,,, ., , ,.: i ,. , :, : ,..0000mo.o..mogo,,.....o...."... .... ", t.
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il Valls road. Conveniencet:pri'."-;: ''': and thousand or other selections
' ''' : tone nib, practically new:tireo, motion phone 3-4566, Dutary. ; FOR RENTI4-3 bedrooms chalet 4 ;: ; ''"'-z: '''' .' 1'.' --''': ' ." Hot
FOR. SALL.7Bedroom .set,,
4 ,, ,
- maws, view excellent.' Price ' TROPELCO A,
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' very, good condition. Call 3-
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furnished, 86th 'street and 3, FOR SALL-Porch l' furniture, 1 Point refrigerator,. washine ma-
. L ' ' FOR RENT:-Chalet witk fur- ,, . ., $3000. Lee,' 2-1352 Of P.O. Box 45th Street and Via Ispaha
"' t 3171:"- .- d Ob .b d i bl b d h hb i chine Rattan birdgetable and 4 I
het. .: Arenas blicanor it,,- erne., ivre a s, ou o I IS 8Y4' t A' ''. .7- 1541 Balboa. ,' -. :.,4,'--.,- 4,-:- --.Phont.,3-.12115.-
nished orunfurnished, two
FOR.SALE:-.-1956' Plymouth 44. aeoms,,- garage,: yard, -, terrace.
i ''' Price 4150.00. 'Phone 3-2714 ,,, Venetian blinds. Call Panam 3.- chairs,- 'widish-desk and chair, .. ,,
, after at 6 P.m.' '.' z '' -.4,-,- '-... 3347.. -.4,4,,...i10", .., ,,,',.,
' ecid, household goods.: Call -Pa.., ,,r----1. ---.... -- , . -, ,, .,,, ,,, ..,,, ,
, door sedan.' Automatic transmis. -,," phone 24697 iota 2 ean:..,, ., , , .., .,,,, ... .. .. ,.. .. , .,
or a 2 2126 or 3-5209.... : '' .06,..,,amosi...ow
.- : Radio Perfect condition.. - 4
: v silln. 7 OR RENT.--Nicidi furnished ' '
' $150'0 Phone, Chat Solo .58 F . II t .1 . ..
' '''' '": ft 5, .-- -- ': ., ,, ,;., .apartment, porch, parlerdoning4
,, . II or pall 1. rl,.
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., Amami bedroom:, kitchen, garage.' . , , ,7, ..: : !: . s'. : : .., .:...... ..:.. .... .. ,,,,,,,
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,. ; ,; RECORDS : Tiled:All crooned. 455.00 Ap4. .... 1 mins. trati tho heari. of ,,,. .' ...,... ,... ... .., ..,. ... ,. ..
'''''' orary ,American civilisation ,. a 10L,1--t)
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.',. My Fair Lady,' $225 r:,. .. ply No. 112,Vis Baliaarin Pon'il.4'.. San Jos Costa Rica .. -:- ', .,, ::,'.....,
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''' 'iblArItued Thas,"till 1111. 'near Roosevelt Theatre: -:' '..'; .; .
'',' ili emnhasized primarilOy ,,'Max . , ., .,. . . ,. 1 ,, ..,:-
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. ,, go Days",be.z, ", ', ; Completely modern conveniences -in ..i. ....: .'-,.-! : '. '. Lerner in his book ',"Amitricin, as ';':' ; Illasonry building three story 'located :at ,:l.
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i-k a Civilization,t," ,which was 'p i. .,, . s 1. ,,,-- ,..,. -, .,,, i
d prink:1oz batir, VoLand cold water. '-'-..' ':, : .'
." THOPELCO S.. A.' 'i f iool'l brat bedroom.: 7, screen , , .. ,,., ,,,,,. ,:,., ....... .:..... . .. .. .
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' Ai low prices', , ,-, Box :.., .-, ,, :, :
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' All Trade Marks '' , , Manager': Silt and Elenor Jasper": .'.: .;, :',' .':-:- : ',J. :- ''' reader "to' see' American tiviliza. ,,:- ,, -- - .. - -, .,,. .,-. , .., ,....,,,,..... .,
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, '' Holiday hard hie, Power 'tiering! .- Phone 31285. -- -,. -.. :'-' ''' ' '' 4 '' "''' ': v .' eallTel. 3.7400 extension 4,2 .. .:.
' ',.. new erw tires. radios! heater, ,
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- windshield wisher, man"' nthle : ... '11 : ef I furnish.. .' ,Excereining machines, Turitisb- :::.'',-,:-,,-::....:.4.:--,.. . their authors announced by.' the' .
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' accessorlea.'1 owner end ex the mcLevy way. Body Massage, i 8 t I 30
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ed two bedroom apartment, h't bath. ITained operaton tor ladle' .- :: ,.... -., : s -;- 'i,',' ',. Library lus.,week follow: ...,,; .:: ,,.,..,,--- ..- -, L. . --, , -, -; ,-,., ,, : .,- ,, .....
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. price 4.itt-demenstration ,,, recm, balcony.
parato. 13884 : MASSAGE SALON 7 .. : ,., . , :.:, :,' ,,,,, 4-:, ,.: ,L,' e., ,.. ,
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- ...-,,or Panama 3-696,7 often' S Pm.. , T , .. .. pr6ducts ,,,,,. ., .,. .:. ...... .,.. ...:; ........ e.... ..: .,,,,..,........... .........:...; ...
- FOR :RENTi-.1 bedroom PIK, . J.. Atneement Ave.- 33-41 '-
baker
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Commander, fullv thiiiinelid
Hotel $75.00 Tel. ,............-............-- 4, .....,. :.:. -d it ,..',,- ,4,,,,i- is,,,4, -,'.' ,nv,...::1,: ,:'.''.!,...,:,.., ; : :. Mv Aunt'a, rhinoeeros,.'4, Flemine; ... ,. 1 1,1 mil
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3-5271. ,., ,, Near Panama
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' FOR' RENT1.-Micely furnished . T i t r .-
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FOR SALL--Chevrolet 1954, !Plant, hot rate RS
Bil-Air, sedan, standard shift, 3-3884 or 12085,v
II ELtCTRONIC 1 I runin: took -oil the -Liik
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Tsetnaohn.Gades. 1
ONLY $32 50 pumper near Decker, Ind., became clogged, the obstruction was '- liS, Parker: The Midnight Plumb
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n ern(' to the mass!ve"tnolar, which it nine inches long, Ave and one-ltaig ' '
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, MUFFL' ERS & FREE :INSTALLATION
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FOR RENT -r Apartment 3
bedrooms, 1 bathrooms, maid's
room. hot water. El Cangreio, L
,Street (5S) No. 23. Telephonos
2-0437, 376523. Price $150.',
FOR RENT!--Apartments fur..
. nished or unfurnished. one and and,
, and, two bodrooms, in new built
house in Via Fernando de'Cor4
dove, Vitta Hermosa; Upstairs
of the Muebleria Moderns Sur.
curial. Cali at Tel.' 2-2333
3-4734.
FOR RENT:--One bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment.,'Automobile
Row. $70.00 monthly. Tole-,-
phone talboa ,2870. '
FOR RENT:As of Mai 15th,
Deluxe two bedroom apartment,
2 baths lone with 'tub and
shower); Large sitting and din-
log room,' kitchen. Maidroom
and bath. adjoining separate
' laundry section, Lovely garden
"and putting 'green. At 010. 374.
11"-Street-El Cangrejo. phone'
3-0319 during office hours.
FOR RENT:---Best located, one-
room furnished apartment. Heir,
all bus stops. 43rd Street No.
FOR RENT:--Modern comfoit comfoitable
able comfoitable two bednom apartment
with maid's bedroom, two bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, livingroom, diningroom,
balcony, terrace, garage, hot
water; with or without turni
tures. Phone No. 3-0444,-14.
3t 48th Street.
FOR RENT:--3 bedroom mei meidente,
dente, meidente, semifurnithed. For infor
motion phone 34568, Dutary.
FOR RENT:--Chalet with, fur furnished
nished furnished orunfurnished, two bed'.
rooms, garage, yard,. terrace.
Phone 3-6697 after 2 p.m: '',
FOR RENT:Nlcoly furnished
, apartment, porch, parlor-dining.
room, bedroom, kitchen, garago.'
Tiled. All screened. $55.00 Ap.
' ply No. 112 Via Belisario Parris,
near Roosovolt,Thsatre.'
' FOR RENTS Spacious, and
cool' twat bedroom ',screened
. apartment, in Bell Vista.',Plesso,
call Panama 2-1455 during of.
fice hours or 3-1747 from 4 to
7 p.m.
LP RECORDS
r
Ai low prices',
, All Trade Marks
TROPELCO S. A.
; 45th Street and Via lapel's
- Phone 312110-
FOR RENTz--Ileautiful furnish furnished
ed furnished two bedroom apartment, hot
water, maid's quarters, laundry
' room, balcony, ;arose. 141184
. or 3-2085.
' FOR RENT3-.-1 bedroom apart
mint. furnished completely.
Near Panama Hotel $75.00 Tel.
3-3884.
, FOR' RENTI--Nicely furnished
; brand new twe bedrooms apart
mans, hoewater, nsaid's service.
' 3-3884 or 1.2085,v
George Bressou Alexander
Brown; Mr, and Mrs. A. H. Burk Burkhardt;
hardt; Burkhardt; Mrs. Nancp Casswell; Mrs
Victoria de 'Cohen: Tsemah Gads.
loft; Mrs. Larry D. Gibson; Mrs.
Clara Godbyt Mr. and Mrs. Har Harold
old Harold Goldberger; Mrs. Marian S.
Gregg end daughter; Mrs. and
Mrs., Barrett Jacobs. 2
Mr. ind Mrs. Arthur C. Kira.
er and two childreri Miss Elsie
Kleingerg; Miss Margaret Kramer
Miss Ann Kramer; Guy len Lane;
Mr. and Mrs. David tison;,, Mr.
and Mrs.' Fred W. Loeber; Mr.
and Mra.' William G. Mummaw;
Mr. and Mrs. Imola Pincus;' Dr.
and' Mrs. RenAmin -' Rosenthal;
mr. and Mrs Emanuel'Rosenthal
Miss Grtru40 Smith; Miss Mar
inn Smith:., Mr. and.Mrs. Daniel
Weiss; Mr. and Mrs. P..--L,Vigier!
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Factory List
: Without
Tradein
, COLON STORE
12th St. and Amador
' Guerrero Ave.
Tel. 1087-L
East Tel, 21-144i

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- I George ',' Bressoud, Alexander I III,111131,JP1 1
rarstort "to" 'atvir.r9 Ir.grik

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hardt: Mrs.' Nancy; Cassw!Ui., Temperature of the SUn 11 ,"Sem..,..oe' 1 ehetti: Lassa!' Cre l 111 1 ; ,
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INTERNAL DE PUBLICACIONESNe 1 Lottery pion
SARDONe IS "B"' Street MORRISON-4th et July Are & J St LEWIS SERVICKAre Tiveti Re 4 FARMACIA OSIADOS IINIDOS-149 Central Ave
CASA SAWACentre Ave. 45 CottBDES PHARMACYIn La Comment Ile VARMACIP LOW
VARMACIA
YABBAcIA LCX-1114 Central vague BOUSFNOLD EXCRANGS.1 do de le OM Ave. No It FOTO rloarr-41ntle Ammonia Ave IIII13 51'
VAN-DER-JIS-61 Street No- SS VARMACIA Iti, RA11111110--Paireis Worm 1 Street FARMACIA SA117M rT III 8""AD''''' 4TRIS 7 "'Id
,he Bella Vista rbeetr COION: Central Avenue 12,164 Tel. 431 ' ' ' ' '' '
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FOSTER'S Coftagat and Large
leach House. Ono mile nut the
Casino. Phone SAG. 1866.,
' PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
, Santa Clara R. de P. Phone Pa.
nama 3-1877 Cristobal 3.1673..
Spend your weekends at Rio
Mar, the best" beach in the, Re-
public with all hinds' el come-
ditios, open day and night. The
, new management la at your eery.
' FOR RENTi Beautifully fur-
nishad housekeeping room, dim- t
isle couch. refrigerator, kitchen
. cabirtet with attacked stove.
bath, and entrance independent.
' No. 3, 52nd Street. Phone 3.
0638. 4
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,'' FOR RENTa.At 50th street
No. 2 bedroom house fur,'
: nished, exclusive neighborhood.
' 6 months or '"pormanent oc occupancy.
cupancy. occupancy. Information at Cuba
, Avenue No. 25-43. Phone l
0481.
fOR RENT14-3 bedrooms chalet'
semi-furnishes, 86th strast and ;'
Avenus Nicanor 'do barrio.,
' Priori '$150.00. Phone 31714
after st 6 0.m. 1
Rotel: HOLLAND HOUSE
1 mins. trent the hurl'
San Jos Costa Rica
Completely imodent conveniences in
Solid and Bungalows, all with
privetv bath. Vottand cold watei.
priFet' $6 and $8
with meals.
1- Cosmopolitan kitcheit
Homo :
-For reservations .,r, ,,o.
- Box 4459 ,,
Manager: tilli and Elenot Jasper,
"GET STREAMLINED
,Exceraising Machines, Turitisit
the Mc Levy' way. Body Massage,
bath. Trained operators tor India
end gentlemen. Get results,. t
, MASSAGE SALON 1'
- SerVides ."SCHOLL'S"
" Proaucts
J. Armament Aso.
Tel 3-2211 4
'transistor
ELiCTRONIC'
FLASHGUN
Temperature of the sun
, ONLY $32.50'
,
interizational jewelry
' 155 Central Ave.
yhone ,2-:2316
C
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call
-
JIM R1DOE.
' General 'Agent :
'Gibraltar Lite Ins. Co.;
fOr rates and Information'
' Tel. Panama 2-0552
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VALITY SAME
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Special Bali Price on transports...
lion U.S. trained technician,
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Boats tr motors DRAWER DIABLO rdo Rise 1
X 1211. CRISTOBAL C.Z.

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Home Articles
,
'FOR SALLLiaving country
poker table; mahogany, special
model, completely new.' Record,
player, steel chairs and 'other'
itemi. 3-7666..0,
FOR SALE:Large ,11 cu. ft.
General Electric refrigerator 60 .3
cycles, hvo doors, separate frees.
ins department.,,Excellent con.,
- dition $240.00.Nitto piece set
: bamboo living room furniture.
.S75.00. China closet $50.00.
, Tel. 3-5783 3
, LP RECORDS
' At low prices 3 b
All Trade Marks '
, TROPELCO S. A.
4Sth Street and Via Espafia
Phone 3-1285.
FOR SALLLargo plate glass
mfrs. 33"x54" mahogany
frame.' lamps, chairs .and misc.
Balboa 2409,.
FOR SALE:: Westinghouse
refrigerator 15 'Oda.' freezer
top $125.00. House 765 Apt.
,111. Tel. 2-1796.
FOR SALEtBaby crib mattress
and chifferobe $4501t PhOn.
Cerundu 113-5278, '
,
FOR SALE:Patehl furniture',
tet;n bads, double bed, highbaYf
Venetian blinds Call Panam
3347,,

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, SOME. TOOTHACHE!--Wheh the delivery pipe ,of it gravel 1
pumper near Decker, Ind., became clogged, the obstruction was :
gethoved and fater identliled as the fossilized tooth 'of pioe
prehistoric monster,' Kathy Johnson; left, and Dixie Kelly hold :
, the massivrmolar, which is nine inches long, Ave ind One4lalg
inc4es wide ind weighs shr pounds. : r't,s
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4 MISSILEMANYoung 'Patrick Moriarty looks all set for,
trip into space as he and his dad, Capt. Daniel Ft, Moriarty of
Greenwich, N.Y.,: watch the fueling of a Nike missile at the
''Arirty Air Defense School, Fort Bliss, Ter' Handling the job
are, SFC Jam'es' E. Bennett,. center, of International
Minn, arid, Pvt. Jack L. Harrison of Wayne, Ohio. t That's
a pretty advanced weapon Patrick is. handling, himself., ''

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Miscellaneous
' FOR SALE:CIIS television,
very good condition,' reasonable
' price, Phone U1211.3535) 7112..
I Panamma Haters; has a largo
, variety of decorative plants for
, 'indoors and outdoors en axle.
Inquire Mr. Palyhe Tel. 3-1660
froM 7 a.m to 4 p m 4
Hurry At MN'S Hurry 40 Ave.
Nacional (Auto.11ow) Just U" ;;
packed a aria shipment Nice:
New Itattin, Furniture and
kets, Novelty' ots. loin", fast.
Don't miss it.41,'
FOR SALE::'-Girt's bike with
basket $20. Deep Freeze 14
cubic feet, $150. 14, foot Atop;
minor'', boat ,with car bp' carrier,-
$150. Refrigerator Not' 1'
, Point. $100.' Record player end
' radio combination,1 $25., Night
stand, $10,' Phone Panama 3.
0373,-12. to 2. -
' RECORDS
, My Fair Lady $2.25
"Around The World la
; 80 Days" $2.25 '
and thinisands of other aelections
, ,'TROPELCO S. A..
45th Street and Via EspaRe
Tel. 3-1285.
FOR SALLNatchad golf clubs
1 irons Byron Nelson-4 match.
ad "pmor-bile' woods, incl. bag
and umbrella.- Balboa
awe.. ,..0000mm.oomo.of
, FOR SALE:,.-Bedroom sat, Hot
Point rofrigerater, washing ma-Z"
;chine, Rattan birdgetable and 4
chairs. modish desk and chair,
dd, household goods.' Call Pa-,
hams ,2-2126 or 3-5209. ''
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Boats tr Motbrs
FOR $A1.1:--111 ft. outboard
crusier. licensed for five. 1957
25 hp. rimier and all oquipment
' needed for boating. Snap so
anchorage cover. All for $700
,tor will sell boat for $475 anti
rooter and controls for $225.00.
Call Albrook 2104., r.!
fOlt ,SALE:-15 foot runabout, t
2S hp. Johnston, trailer and -)
lifejackets. SSI2C Diablo.
,
, FOR SALLoNew crusher sem
plate with trailer upholstery kit
etc. Sot it at SEARS. Los Anis
les Store.
FOR ;ALE:-Sailboot 15'
'6' booms 4' draft. Hull fiber fiber'
' fiber' glossed. Now sails,.Phono
' tbal 3-189.
, RECORDS
MY' Fah'. Ladv $2.25
: ','."Around The World in
: 80 Days" $2.21
and thousands of 'other selections
TROPELCO S. A.
45th Street and Via ispaAa
Tol. 3-1285. ',
,
- The inner meaning of contemp.
orary American civilixation a d
its relation to the world of 'today,
enaPhasized prlinarilOy Max
Lerner in his book "American 11$
a Clyilization,t" which was plaied
in circulation this,,week : b 'the
Canar Zone Library.", 7".
This, inmensely, readable book,
which ',has taken the author -12
years Of dedicated research is an
anlysis and interpretation od Am-,
erican life today.. It enables the'
reader "to' see' American civiliza civilization
tion civilization sleidily and ate it whole and
at the same time to see it
detail.
' 'rho names of the books ancV
their authors announced by the 1
Library this week follow:
NON.IFICTION,' Charles Burch.
field; ,Baurr, Marriage, Briffault;
Living with All your Heart in
Health And Disease. Crossfield:
nintasia Matbematics Fadiman
My Aunt's. rhinoeeros. Fleming;
John Gritham, Convict.,1S24. Gib Gibhings:
hings: Gibhings: The;Age of Phychologv,
' Ilaverintintri 'America as 0,
1,erner;-, S. Foreing
McCielatt, Tbo
Look ou the,Lfght Side,
r e
NICTIONThe ,Retiirn of ,Ansel
Gibbs, iBuechner; 0 Genesee, Cie,
ebettl: A Lessmi in,love, Creal;
The Burying of Kintsmith,; Reich.
toy: Man, 0ff Boat, Hughes. Th.
Parker: The Midnight Plumb Plumb'
' Plumb' er, procter; Me Staked ,, Plain,
Tolbert; ,.
ADDED TO THE VERTICAL
FILE Teachipg Johnny, to Swin,
Red, Cl'oss. ,
IGN 7FIGRT PACT'
...ATHou'Mais.,-(131) qordon
Parker of Athol, Mass.; and
Young Sharley of Holyoke, Mass.,
have signed. to Ineet in the,. fea
ture eight-rotind bmit at Memorial
Hall on May 24, lt,will mark Ahe
first professionaLloxing card here
In, seven years.
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irreFularities that occur, involuntarily, from time to time;
THE PANAMA AMERICAN has established a special k;

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Miscellaneous
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CONOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER -A," DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL
W T. LUM (CASA LUM) 40,
J. F. di le Ona Ave. 40 Auto Automobile
mobile Automobile Row. Tel. 3-674 P. 0.
lex 1059, PANAMA- R. P.
s, LP RECORDS
at real low pritoS
. 1 All Traria Marks
,,TROPELCO S. A.",
,; ,45 St. nod Via Espaa
, Phone 3-1285.
W17q;
WANTEDsWeek old lullter;
riei. Phone Panama 24434,--
,WANTED:Diplematle 'couple
require apartmant w,ith 2. air '3'
bedrooms, etc's' from
'! 24912.,
WANTED:.-.. Americian family
,
wants to rant three at four bed.
roam boom in best area of Pan
antai. Calif Lt. Cole Hogge at 11.
Vali Hots ,
WANTED TO 111.11hWashing
machine, wringer type,' 60-cycle,
Balboa 2-4497; ' ''
Real Estate
FOR SALII-Small country home.
12 mile loll the concrete on the
Valle road. Conveniencee'pri-r.
mitive, view excellent. Price
- $3000. Lei, 2-135; Of P.O. Box
'1541 Balboa. ,

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LP RECORDS
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, at foal low pritoS i

o All rime marks 'ear nit. aws wag

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Masonry building, three story, located at
:,'s : - -:,-- s ., ''''-' '-''' -,',- i -
Avenida del Peru in-il 29th-Strrt 'East,
,No., 228. ,Ten'Apartnieifts ,and pent

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I For broader
,
call Tel. 3.7400
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MUFFLERS & pi PES.:'

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1-Z71
IELEPE:",:: 2-0743
, SINGER? DANCER?
Novelty act? strip artist? Am
- 'interested in interviewing aN
types in Rh for new show. Miss
Foster 3-6225 atter 10:30 Lai
Also need 2 girl cashiers..
' LP RECORDS
,,
' w At low priest
. All Trade Marks
- TROPELCO S. A.
, 45th Street and Via Espaall
- Phone 3-1285.
3-minuto cat wash SI. steam
cleaning of Mat Of SS waxing if
,.scars $6. Auto-Salio, Trans-Istb
man Highway near Soars.
SET OWNERS Avail your.
self of the best for your TN.
ELS.' TELEVISION effort factory
trained technician plus no pick.
up and 'delivery charges. Phone
Fallen, 3-71507.,,
'TELEVISION SERVICE. Ability,
honosty. and customer satisfac satisfaction.'
tion.' satisfaction.' NO SERVICE CHARGE this
month Init.' FREE ESTIMATE
-balora topairs.,Ask lot MISTER.
TV Phone Panama 1-3142.
Protect your home and mope,.
tv against-I insect domed e.
, ?Minot ,,sciiintific- treatment on,
, smergenct,, or' monthly budget
' basis. Telephone' Pronto Service
; Panama 4179714m Colon 17771,
My fair Lady 52.25 :
","Around The Wed& In ".
$0 Days" $2.25
and thousands et other selection"
TROPELCO A.
d 45th Street and Via !beaks
Phene, 3-12$5.
information
extension-4
li30
, ALL
OTHERS
FREE INSTALLATION
4 t
and correcting

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DANCER?
strip artist? Am
interviewing aN
r new show. Miss
aftsr 10:30 Lai
1 cashiers.
mgm,gmarn,,11
:CORDS
r prices
tie Marks
CO S. A.
nd Via Espaall
3-12115.

wee ceu dash SI. Steam
ng alma, SS. waxing of'
SC- Auto-Sabo, Trans-Istli
Highway near Sears.
SET OWNERS. Avail your..
of the best for your
TELEVI5ION offer, factory
d,technician plus no pick
lit-delivery charges. Phone
eS ,
nom SERVICE.,;
ty. and customer' satisfae satisfaeHp
Hp satisfaeHp SERVICE CHARGE this
snit' FREE ESTIMATE
esnairs;',Ask for MISTER
'hone Panama 24142.
t your home and Draper.
lainarl, insect damag so.
,Jocoistific treatment on,
lency or monthly budget:,
Telephone' Pronto Service
is 4179714m Colon 17771,
RECORDS
My fair Lady $2.25
Around The Wed& lis ".
SO Days" S2.25
bousands or other selections
TROPELCO A.
Street and Via Ispaki
-,Phoncl..12115.



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, WASHINGTON, May 9 (UPLThe chief legal architect of President Eisenhower's
tary reorganization plan said yesterday that st ormy congressional criticism had failed to shake
his confidence in the embattled proposal. ,
- Robert Dechert, Defense Department ge neral counsel, told the House Armed Services
COmmittee "I have heard no7 argument which my mind justified any change In the bill as
submitted by the President." 1 ,
4"1 Dechert's testimony touched off renewed attacks on the proposal, by' key cothmittee
meinbers. They already have made It plain the y have no intention of approviny the ;plan
Anythinv like the forth proposed by the Presi dent. - ,
L Mendel Rivers (D.S.C.) dent asked) them to put pressure, ing, 'he said lie believed h, e
accused Dechert of giving "coin. on their congressmen. chances are 95 petr eel". that in
plieated" answers not easily un- The response so far has beei a .event of attack the President now
derstood. Committee chairman "unanimous pledge of support" could do what had to be done. But
, tart Vinson (D-Ga.) sharply re- for the President's plan, Hagerty he said it might not be done in
'minded the witness several times said. J ,the most efficient and practical
to answer questions and refrain The questioning of Dechert was wa. 4 : e
from argument. the stormiest since the Hcouse I
President Eisenhower had writ- groun took up the President's prO. RepPhilip 3. (D-Mass.)
ten "several hundred" 'letters to posal.;:. '; .;, chances are 95 per cent' 'that in
business and civic leaders , dication the President might not
mei). ram JKilday 4D.Tex.)
thooughout the country soliciting
, said flatly in one exchange that be able to set in motion the nee neesupport
support neesupport for his plan. th P
, e resident's plan to beef up es. sary retaliatery forces-
, powers of the defense. secretary
"Furthermore:P. Philbin said,
Cam'paiOns For Support
. would rave the secretary author- 441 a etra 'e.ithor" Vinson
I don t agree.

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orty told newsmen the President
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ottier friends and acquaintances in
his Campaign to win congressional
and public support for tho plan.
Hagerty declined to make public
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,aid were similar in content, and
leach asked the recipients to !svork
lor-passage of the bill." Hagerty
'wOuld not say whether the Presi.
24 Trapped Miners
Rescued 11 Hours
Alter Entrapment

MIL EMIR .. ME SF

SllittkE, 'W. Va.. May 9
(UP),Twentyfour coal miners
trapped more than 6,600 feet un,
derground when a tain-swollen
, oe pond flooded the pit were -reed to today
day today after wating nearly 17 wows
for rescue crews lo reach them.
The VICLo all mine veterans,
merely waited out their entrap
trent. The Boone Coll orp. operat
ors of the mine (said all appeared
Unharmed.' -
Water front the pond broke thru
, the ground into the tunnel at 1
:and flooded the only exit way for
' pie men. r
"Everybody behaved well," said
foreman Robert Turner, who was
)imong those trapped. "No one
vwas reallysscared. '
Rescue screws worked through
-- :the night to free the entombed men
;who had barricaded themselves in
seccion of the ,rline above- the
flooded area. The first of the trait
Ierl workers reached the surface
About s..30 1

foreman Hobert Turneri wno teat in, the lobby of Atomic En. tem, was ttiea out on, tiraton !JOCKS 4" "4" ""4"'", "4"""4 ,Appropriate sites 'already. ,hatre wives front., Iteadonarterg Carib.' About 500,000 fewer emPloye bidfled tO tie at docks or piers.
imong those trapped. "No one ergy Conunission headquarters. -, rates onft extended graduelf71,0 .; been 'selected, for the neW achoola, bean CoMmand and the three tom r
Ayes reallysseared." The 10, members of the Nation. all, other,.loks' gates; "" , the first set of whieh'will be ereet', nonert service headquarters to the :
Rescue screws worked through al 'Committee on Non.Violefit ' ed 'cost of $1,079,9764'These Canal Zone. NOW, IuU LAN BUY RECORDS JN PANAIIIA
-- :the night to free the entomhed men tion Against Nuclear Weapons, After leaving the Canal ns 1951. seyen schools are to. be erected ' rry vya Pint AT INT ITIVirlirVIR. CT A 'yr
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;who had barricaded themselves inl have been Camping out in tbel Biles wax employed toe several Ste On Vice Bresident Hera- lin several of the more Over-crowdig .1 ;.
)1 seccion of the,eline shove the lobby!sincvnoon ,Wednesday, de. years with riloveo Services in vs- olio Barletta was quoted today' ed districts of Panama ss follows: !re e eonnillmt
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' verl workerq reached the surface' AEC, Chairman Lewis Stiauss.' tho UM film Of Wort 10111:tionall rattiotio C lition's 1S117,895: Bethania$140.106; Alan IP I ,:

, about 4:.30 'Strauss has 'refused to see them.' or ho worice4 for twn years ,withl presidential bominttion tor the $43,027; Vil lainhosi 82.745; erm
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Washington, until he does. TheY a emiquoinn fivm for r.0,4,11e, roro,. at which !, Ambassador Ricardo
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- ' , were not deterred by the fact that faction faork located in Maracaibo, Arias vas purportedly chosen. as II
Error Of En ineer i Tro '
,, 4 , , soma of them had to sleep on the Venetiela., , ''''" the candidate for the CPN's pres-

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This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. torlay. is
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ranam Canal Comnany;
, , , Dalho9 Cristbal
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Low : 76 79
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: Low .. .. 68 76
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, 77711i I lotternment reduce -the tariff I sion between two ,passenger trams I dninkennott A iL
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- A move to eject the demonstrattob? -,4, .4
-7 Fuvvi lllll cult. icruu.r; LAM logoa o.na xtv yv ,u,na unInKellneS5.7
HINIDITY: even though there was I poos 1- ter water supplied to peoema that killed and ,injured more than ,L,adyr,:b 0,ek, 0 ;nee ;;In-ed' I :it' s' 11-.1
High 93 02 ity more persons would join them I 211151C 2n2121 91 11) 0 tent, El 4 Panama 300 persons,'
ame by' beating some factory L r
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Theodore Olson of Philadelphia, :
WIND: i , The government,' which pave morgue and at hospitals reached
girls at shooting marbles, re. moh -
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relPor.t. centiv was kicked ont -of domicil 4: .. :, A rn P'."0, 14 IP kir rt
annkaam fay ha artain iniA ha The Deeartmentof ,the 'A r m v the II.8.1some 2000,000 annually 11 this morning.: llospltals

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and laid She- might be forbidden !NNDAY ; : '' 4'1' '' ., 1,
' hi h ent into effect in In,. nearby' Sao: Cristovao' WAS SO to visit the Capri playground if '",'
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' : .,.' great,' that' 'Mang' ,bodieS .k w e t e the ease .,' goes 'against, her. t. .,,,,' .' 615, :,:'::''...,:.;.,'..:::,--f,.''''..!''''',.., 3,.'"''..., 4-1-11. ,.. I
! i mangled,' and the exact death toll As a atter of "fact' they tide 8 1 r". 04(..,' : ."'''' .ri) ,?' "i"") 4
, An AEC guard said he was or. 'A. i.' .1, ,. t I', ..-. ': .. Ar. I f malt never:be; knoW111., I , : ed,:.she could be fisted as an "I. ,,' a .:.;:... ..k ,,,..A:.,,,,,:.:.e ,,...;.,s. .-.4. ,
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- 8:27 pm 3.24 pm dere at first to deny drinking mai. Geo. 'Thomas L.: Harrold, ,111111,1 Its,: The crash occurred at 41'.11 :Pm' desirable!' ,. and ',banned,- from a I '',-, :,';.,, -, J'i'',,,,,..''''''. '''''''' .aC 4.1. ''.:'' '''''.:'', ''; i. ,''''' l''''Z. '.. I 'd
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at the height of the commuter rush of Italy. ; ', ''.. ,:',, ;.::-., .-, '. i : :.,' ..... ',..' '''''',':',,,,,.'''''r:-rs' : 1., ;: ,l': : : .,.. ' '' '
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' told ', Strauss was "concerned" officials ',visited by itioore.1, --..::, ;, olainirig that therstand to lose One train,- beaded hem Rio to- ,Nilivilitans .,;vi e r e waiting to ,,,.: ':,-,,: .-,...-- :s.,',-. .,.. -,...?-;:...::."',...-'...': 7.; I ,,,, 2,,,:i.,.t: -.:::....,'.., ,:
ward the StIbUrbs4 wan ,packed with see', ;if :, .she "' would ',.answer the ? :,!, '" r, '' Y., ',.' ,: '", '''::.",7.Z i,'' '' .' :s:2-; ;',;:':..:':. --.4?..)-.;-. ''. ', :
about their comfort. , ', In addition to briefing aotivities a lot of money' as it result of the
h tominuters,going home. The other Summons,. but the belief' was she 7 ,' i''. ,' ', ..' '4',..".... :.,, ::':,::;. ::: '':Z '.::: :'..., ,, ';:.' ' '''. :
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vie bringing suburbanites into the would.; not),The penalty, 'on 'con- Y '''.',. --:.i'', ). :', '' I '. .k'. '',;i,. ,...: :". ,.' -.- : ',.-s-,-f: -1'1 .''.'!' :
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Rep. Paul J. Kilday 4D-Tex.)
said flatly in one exchange that
the President's plan to beef up
powers of the defense. secretary
would give the secretary author authority
ity authority to repeal acts of Congress
"not only laws already passed
but those ,to be passea in
the future."
This was a reference to a pro provision
vision provision under which the secretary
colfd litter r6les and missions of
the armed services, now, laid
flown in general-terms by a 1947
law.
Rolocts Contntioin
Dechert rejected Kilday's con.
Sention. He said Congress has a
constitutional right to define mil military
itary military roles and missions of the
military and could continue to do
so if it did not approve o. actions
taken by rthe secretary.
However, he q9estioned the wis.
dom of congressional attempts to
ME military missions in an, era
of fast change in milittry require.
roents.
In response to insisten quesion.
AOr(1;utleir:Te1::;:,::'.
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GERMANTOWN, MC (UP) root r-,11,40 shortiv atter arriving
Ten demonstrators against 11.-S. her, "''' voric, with tho Csnal or
nuclear .1 tests added a hunger oaill7tInn as an .electricol' enni.
strike today to their sit-down pro. nero .The, follewing yosr the' ay&
test in' the lobby of Atomic En. tem, was Med out onGatun Locks
ergy COMInigSiOn headquarters. rotes owl extended graduallY -to
, The 10, members of the Nation. all, otherAinkr,gates,',,
al ',Committee on ,Non.Violefit
tion, Against Nuclear' Weapons,' After leivinO the Csnal in. 1951.
have been Camping out in the Miles was emnloyed for. several
lobby 'miner:noon ,Wednesday, de. years with rhove Services in va vamending
mending vamending an appointment with elms ports of the world snoelollt,
AEC Chairman Lewis L. Strauss. inr in the samo broe of Work, Lot.
Strauss has 'refused to see them. or he worked for twn years ,with
The demonstrators vowed 'to re- Forviclos Antl.Corrosivno S,A. in
main in the commission's head. vereviela. and idrce 'November.
quarters, some 25 miles from 1957; hos, bsodeft V.,,r00.1 Imes,
Washington, until he does. They enn.unino reem Ark
were not deterred by the fact that faction yoork located in Maracaibo,
some of them had to sleep on the yenettila.
lobb's concrete ,
' ' A mitlye of poistmt, midh.,
'AEC guards offered to bring 19 p-r,,anate of -filo michlenin
them coffee, soft drinks,- sand. leo os solnleo ond Teehnoinqy and
wiches ,and cigarettes.' But they twos v.-min-mod as sn pleoftlekt
refused to eat, hoping a ', fast rano-, Wohjeln 0,14 Tennessee.
would add weight to their pro. enming 'to the Conal .7one in 190,
test. They have not eaten since
breaVast Wednesday., , '
The AEC so far has made no ortmv,, lorwleoworon'i uoim
move to eject the demonstrators
even though there was I possibil. ''"-n
ity more persona would jom them o itaittoc 2.211211113 nrola
during the da o's-r-trT P'Parl,o1"-aut tev
Theodore Olson of Philadelphia,
spokesman for the group, Said he The Department.of .the 'A t m y
received word through an AEC briefing team, headed, by Maj.
receptionist this morning that Gin. Ned D.' Moore,- director of
Strauss was -still ,fito busy"- fOr OEMS 'and programs, deputy-chief
an appointment and would e of staff for logistics, Department
"completely tied up until Mon. of the' Army; Jeft the Panama A.,
day.". , rea yesterday.h afternoon after' a
' six-day stay., ,, , ;
, An AEC guard said he was or. ,,' 1';
dere at first to deny drinking Mat Gen.' Thomis' L. Harrold,
and toilet facilities to th 10 (kir. commanding 'general, U.S.1, 'Army
ing the night, but his orders Were Caribbean and .Canal Zonek- Gov.
later changed. Olson said be was E..Potter,were among the
told Strauss was "concerned" officials 'visited ,by Moore.1,
about their comfort. addition to bdefing activities
Some members of the grouP the team. of 11 officers visited the
slept on four couches in the lobby Jungle Worfare, Center
during the night. Others streatched ot Fart Sherman Pnd the USAR.
out On the floor. CARIB School at Fort Gulick.'

r:tkocri owl wnril thrZI ran Art, 1 briefing team- headed, by Mat I tor water. COntenaS Mgt tne t9u3 ea treating zut injurea, 50me In 1 and off the French Rivier2 The inil - i'111-'111"-"1,P","''' '' I

- .1 salting the fla it of Menae-o-
T 61;;;;;;gnifr Ihig.'7117ribr;in7 Thsts; ged D: Moore.- 'dirietor 1 Panama-Us& treatv altiPalatea 1 oaditjan.

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' Rep. Thilip 3. Phi 'bin tD-Mass.)
chances are 95 per cent' 'that in
dication the President might not
be able to set in motion the nec necessary
essary necessary retaliatory forces- ,
"Fortherinore,9 Philbin '', said,
"I don't agree.
4,I don't agree 'elther," yinson
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Ex000.90,(0.1.11.641(;
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fi'l'o'ks,p.!''.,o'tj.i011)i...
, John A.- Miles; a "armer employe
of the' Engineering iViSint) and
an expert in the field of catholic
nrotection, returned to the Canal
Zone, this week' as a consultant on
the Canal's present proeram of el.
thoclic orotection of locks machine
ty and equipment.
One of the engineers who helped
to start the program of cathodic
nrotection agaiOat corrosion on the
Ponama Canal Locks gate in 191
Miles is now-Ont. of the few spe specialists
cialists specialists in the reintively new field.
Purim the otxt two weeks he
win amend his time conferring with
Cane' engineers on the' nrooram
urldeh is keened to exten4 oath:
die nroteetion to othor locks onllin
ment ond machineryl' it addition
to the locks gates.
,
Ile.begitt 'studying the neW
tem of eleetrieal ornteethin against
rnat abortiv after arriving
her, work', with tho rsnal or
oahi7tIon as an electrical' end,
nee', ,Tbe, folinwing yoar the' ay.
tem, wps Med out on, Gatun Locks
sates owl extended graduallY 'to
all, other,. loOs' gates; -
Atter teivint ihe Cenal 'in. 1951.
Miles was omoloyed for. several
sog with ,Phaseo services in va va?toy
?toy va?toy parts of the world snocialls.
ing in the samo fps of Work, Lat.
or ho worke4 for two years ,with
gervicloa Anti.Corrosivog S,A.
Vooesoela, and :dree 'November,
1957; hog, lip0,1pet .V03.0,1t'!'41
elMolittinM rmm for e.fsedie Aro,.
faction mork located in Maracaibo,
Yenettila. ,
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At least 25 eayucos and more
than 100 Scouts and Explorers con converged
verged converged on the Cristobal Yacht
Club this afternoon as they pre prepared
pared prepared to shove o,f in the first lap
of the 1958 ocean-to-ocean race
through the Panama Canal., The
annual small boat event is ipons iponsored
ored iponsored by Canal Zone Council No.
801, Bak
' The boats were to line up 8
eock and at the pistol shot would
leap forward, stringing out around
the jetty, and paddle up channel
toward the Gatun Locks. :
The boats were to keep lust
east of the ship channel. As a
precaution, all pilots of' ships
were informed that the small
boats would be in the canal and
had been asked te slow down,
their ships as they passci the
long of boats. Scout efficials
, report'. that in past years they
have experienced srie difficulty
from ships' wakes as a result of
the pilots cooperation.
Launches from the Panama 'Can.
al Co. accompany the Wats.
The first day's run will c.fid -this
evening at the entrance Gatun
Lockf.-Tben the boys all 14 years
old or over-- will be taken to Fort
Davis to spend the night in U. S.
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PANAMA
FOUR MINISTRIES are being
run by vice ministers today be because
cause because their titular heads are ei either
ther either sick or out of the country.)
Foreign Minister Aquilino Boyd
and Government and ,Justice
Minister Max Heurtematte are
in San Josvhere they are Or
tending the inauguration of Cos Costa
ta Costa Rican president Mario Ethan Ethan'
' Ethan' Public Works Minister Roberti)
top'ez Fabrega left this mortal,
for France on an official ,study
, and Finance Minister
Fernando Eleta is in the liospital
to undergo surgery for a throat
ailment..
In addition, Coinntroller Gen GenerarRoberto
erarRoberto GenerarRoberto Heurtematte is a abed
bed abed under doctors orders and NS,-
COMptr011er EdWitrd MC MCC110611011
C110611011 MCC110611011 pttending -a 'seminar
in the United Statea. ,
teOn Vice President 'Hera--
olio Barletta was quoted today'
as saying he is seeking tbe Hai
tional Patriotic C o lition's
presidential nomination for the
, elections. ,,,
Bsrletta. whO vas one of the
participants in a secret meetinor
at which Arnbassador Ricardo
Arias vss Durnortedly chosen. as
the candidate for the CPR's pres presidential
idential presidential nomination, denied that
presidential nominations ,, were
discussed at the) meeting.'
1
The government is stM seek seekNina'
Nina' seekNina' to have the, United States
government reduce 'the tariff
for water supplied to Panama
22 percent, El ,4 Panama
Interim) reported yesterday.:
The government,, which pays
the XJ.8.1some 9800,000 'annually
for water. contends that the 1903,
Panama-U-.8., treaty stipulates
that there should be no sur surcharge
charge surcharge on water supplied to pan-,
ama, hence the ,22-percent in increase
crease increase wMch went into effect, th
1953 is illegal. s I
, ? :
Chiriqui cattlemen 'are corn cornplaining
plaining cornplaining that therstand to lose
a lot of money' as a result of the
Comps. lila Chiricana de techel
decision to- suspend milk pur purchases
chases purchases after ,June 1, until further
notice. -,
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i Army barracks. They will be fed
I at an Army mess.
The toughest day's grind faces
I, the Scouts tomorrow as they pad- j
dle nearly 22 miles from GatuC
Locks to Gamboa. The boats wi I
be in the water and on their way
by 6:30 a.m.
Many of the Explorer units re reported
ported reported great di-liculty in bleating
cayucos for the race. A 'cayuco is
a native dugout and most units
have hack to send into the Interior
to buy boats from the natives or
have them built. Curtmdu Post Not
built one o: their own cayucos.
The boys carriect the project
through beginning with cutting
down a large tree, hollowing and
shaping it and applying coats uf
paint. Another unit, Post No. 1
of Fort Kobbe, MIS unable to loc.
ate more than one boat until final finally
ly finally yesterday they persuaded a
group of fishermen in Panama Cr Crty
ty Crty to' sell them an o'd fishing cayu cayuco.
co. cayuco. ,-
The race will end on Sunday as
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' A $2,00fo000 bond issue authoriz authorized
ed authorized by ,the -Panama Government
will be floated soon. order to
cover the construction of 14 pri primary
mary primary schools .whixh would acco accomodate
modate accomodate the enrollment of an addi additional
tional additional 11,500 students of this city.
Panama's school population has
beet growing at ap enormous rate
and every year classroomshort classroomshortages
ages classroomshortages become more acute. posing
serious e(Jucational, problems.
,The ,primary 'school enrollment
this year was calculated at 139,-
057 throughout the entire Repub Republic,'
lic,' Republic,' broken ilown as follows:
Rocas del Toro, 2.372; Cock,
16,951; Coloni 13,040; Chirique,
363; -Darien, 3,076:t Herrera,t 8,900
Los Santos,. 12,315; Panamao 45,-
387; Veraguas, 16,651...2.,
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,' This morning the 'IlinitrY "ot
Public Works' completed studies
of plans for the construction of
seven of Itbe tchool buildings, and
revealed that plans for the o'hor
seven schools will be ready wi
in a short time: I ,' '7
,Appronriate sites 'already tha e
been telected, for the new schools,
the first set of which' will be erect,'
ed tat, a 'cost of $1,079,9764, These
seven schools are to. be erected
'in several of the more over-crowd
ed districts of Panama as follows:
Chorrillo, t 3345,278: Rio Maio,
3117,895: Bettiania. 31.40,108; Juan
Diaz, $43,027; Villalobos 82.745'
:
Chilibre, 74,823; Calidonia. ft78,-
Error Of Ennineer
Brazil Rail Crosh::-;:,
RIO 'DE ANEIRO, May 9 (UPI
Officials- today blamed an engt
neer'a error ,for a head.on
sion between two passenger trains
that killed and ,Injured mo,re than
300 persons,'
,'A count of bodies at the Rio city
morgue and at hospitals reached
11 this morning.' Hospitals report.,
ed treating 201 injured, sonie in
critleal condition.
!Estimates. o9 the dead raUged
uo to 150, ,,
The force of the'crish last night
In. nearby Sao' Cristovao was so
great,' that man bodies wet e
mangled,' and the exact death toll
mav never ..beltnown,! 4
e The crash occurred at 6..11 p.m.
at the height of the commuter rush
, t
, One train, beaded from Rio to toward
ward toward the suburba4 was packed with
tominuters.going home. The other
wis bringing suburbanites Into the
An ststement by the,
Central Do Brazil Railroad biam
ed the secident on Firminn Teixei Teixeira
ra Teixeira Araulo,- engineer of the 4 out
bound track without proper per per.,
., per., The inbound train WAS stooped
when the outbound"train hit it at
sit estimated 25 to 30 miles an

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the boats Paddle down the chan channel
nel channel to Pedro Miguel Locks and are
locked through at Pedro Miguel
and Miraflores. The final stretch
is a mad dash from Mire !ores to
the Balboa Yacht Club. The Scouts
will stay Saturday night at Gam Gamboa
boa Gamboa as guests of the Civic Council
and on Sunday will wind up with
a big spaghetti dinner provided by
American Legion Post No. 1, Fort
Amador. ,

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1 Gem- rats Honored
At Ou:rry lielghts
Brig: Genii. Paul -t. Weyrauch
and Louis V. 'Hightower, the in incoming"
coming" incoming" anti outgoing Caribbean
Command chief of staff,' were hon.
ored this morning with a Joint
Honor Guard ceremony at Quar Quarry
ry Quarry Heights. -
The traditional military ceremo ceremony
ny ceremony for the generals began with the
sounding of an 11-gun salute fired
in their honor. 1
This was followed by, their in insnection
snection insnection of the Armv. Marine
Corps and Air Force units in form
anon on, the parade ground, in the
company of JJt. Gen. plavelv Gaol)
er, commander. in chief of t b e
Crihheon Command.
- Followtng t b e inspection of
troop's, -the three ,miliftwo morch morching
ing morching units. 'led bv the 19th- Army
pnri tool 1.11,0 (1010r
(-111Pr'S carrving the flog of th p
cprillInntt rmytmgod, marched
0-st the reviewing st0tt4 where
the 00"i0r0ls retorned their 'shop,
On the roviewine taw addi.
tier, to nalthee, virevrimeh and
Plohtewer. were lifot:Gen. Tru Truman
man Truman findon. RePr Adno,, Georre.
Aitt4ks,, Brio. Gen, ,Cienrge
Schioter and Brig. Gen.- Milton 14-
Ogden. '
Gov. oto Mrs. Potter.
chsrve on 'lkifrs. Robert
Acly of ,,the U s, EmboRsv In Pa Paname
name Paname and Lt. Gov. and Mrs. Hugh
M. Arnold- in the comnAny of Mrs.
Geither; Mrs.oiVeyrauch and Mrs,
Ifitthtower and' the,.totves of offi,
rers of, Genera an Flog rank, of
tplfil' 4 Mil ev07,71:01t? Olt 144.4
"11"'t of the tatniliPlid.'
70ther ohqe"vc0T, included e
mill'ary staff officers and2. their
wives front, iTeadouarters Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Command and the three tom
noneet servite headquarters in the
Canal Zone. ,,,
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Term
NAPLE$, Italy (UP) Brit.
ain's' dynamic, Lady Docker is in,
b-ouble again, this time with the
Italians. ,
She has, been liwited to aopear
before the penal section 'of the
Naples tribunal on May 17 to an.
swer charges of insulting a po.
ticeman while she allegedly -was
Suffering ,' from ,ltroublesome
drokenness."
tadyjbocker, who ofice gained
fame ; by', beating some factory
girls at shooting marbles, re recently
cently recently was kicked out -of Monaco
and off the Prench Riviera for im
suiting the flag of Monaco.
Italian oricia's bridled at her
comment of .,"himkum" in London
and said she- might be forbidden
to visit the Capri playground if
the case :goes against, her.
Al a matter of fact, they ade.
ed, she cOuld be listed as an I'ua I'uadesirable"
desirable" I'uadesirable" ,.and -banned from a I
of
Netwlitans -viere waiting to
,i1 ,she would ', answer the
hummons, but the belief was she
WOW& pot; The yenalty, on con conup
up conup to six months and
$25 fine for, drunkeimess, and up
to two years for insulting a pub.
tic
Customs Gilard Benito' Pelle.
grino brought the chargeS. He
said Lack Dockercalled-- 'him
names on Aug. 23, 1056, when he
stopped her taxi from Ariving
down embankment closed to
traffic. l ."
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WASHINGTON (UP) Man Manufacturing
ufacturing Manufacturing employment
270,000 in April ih defiance of nor normal
mal normal spring trends, the govern government
ment government reported yesterday.- T b e
average weekly pay of factory
workers and their hours of work
also declined.
During the iminth, the number
of persons out of work for 15
weeks or more rose by 450,000 to
a new postwar high of 1,900,000.
Some 600,000 had been without
jobs for at least six months.
'Reversal : of the usual- April
trend manufacturing was dis
closed in a report by the Labor
and Commerce Departments. It
indicated that the recession in
manufacturing industries.- wor
sened last month even though
overall unemployment yetit down.
, The Commerce Department ga ganounced
nounced ganounced last week that tote un
employment dropped by 78,000 In
April while employment rose by
600,000. The drop in ,the number
of jobless was the first since Oc-.
tober. It reversed a trend that I
had canied unemployment 'to a
113-year ,high.

, ., Mere Farm Jobs -,. r I i I '' ' t' Ill ''..
However,. the Commerce De. 1 I Ill'I'd "I 4 -'
' LO Or '1'1 aiill
.
partment cautioned that the in- Vo
creased number, of.Jobs was due C1 f b It '' ."
13 11S '
to a pickup in faro-ling and other w w ''' :
outdoor work, rather than any big
improvement in such key Indus. PC' D ''' R. 1 '
lrift,s repot. i,
tries as autos and steel. t'..,,- , 4' 6 ',
'substantially", at this time
, ,The joint Commerce-Labor De- .-- .' ' ' '-''
changed from March to April. 1 It
year. but, was -,,relativey' un- Colombia have been unloaded at
or No'cattle from the, Republic of
usually,' early' Aoh. bunting s, bY Cristobal since that country waS
blamed factory layo:fs- and, "un. embarvied because of hootand,
mouth disease, a Balboa, Heightt
students, , source Said today., ,.,, r
facturing jobs in April dropped
The report ,Shovied ., thataunt'. The Canal offiCial was qUestion. i.
1,700,003 below a year ago,' Most 'id in connection with a report in a t
of the' decline, 1,400,000, -occurred Spanish language tabloid that di.
in the- durable, goods industries seesed Cattle were toming in from
Colombta, throuab ',Cristobal' ', a n d
which -produce' autos, inachinery Would endanger Panama herds. -i
a,nd rerigerators. , ? ," Thl 'Canal, souree' did not re. ',
The number of manuradiniing Menter exactly,when the emban
workers dropped to 15,100,0oo. go on Colombia was nlaced. itiut
The report said there were ,Iise Other sources recalled thatit must
vere", mploymerit ,. cutbitclra in ha-ve been five' year asn .,,,,, ., I Ithe',
the', Ithe', auto industry, 'with 'i other No cattle ,frorta ,Celombia haw')
jailer : drops in steel mill's and I been ,transited the Canal 'recently
p'ants' producing Industrial ma. the' source stated.' ,, .-,' .- ', ; 'I
-chillers,. t ;'' '' ,' : ' h, It is,,lertel' for Coloribian ,cartle

chinery. : ',
Overtime Scarcer ;
-Overtime was. scarcer in April.
'About 500,000 fewer employes
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were worku3g more than 40 hour'
a week. The report said part of :
the drop might have been due to
the Easter holidays.
Workers hardest hit by loss of ;
overtime have been young m e n
between 25 and 35. Nearly one out k
of lour in that age group stopped
working Tertime during the past
The Bureau of Labor Statistic's
gave these figures On cut-backs in
the durable goods manufacturing
industries since April, 1957:
1 .Transportation equipment, down
386,000; machinery, down '266,000;
primary metals, 262,000; fabri fabrieated
eated fabrieated metals, 129,000: and elictri.
cal machinery,' 127,000.',
The bureau said several non.
manufacturing industries have al also
so also reported significant drops. in
jobs over the year,' Including
transportation and communica communication,
tion, communication, trade and contract construe.
tion.
On the other hand, state and
local government emp oyment was
up 266,000 'and services increased
by 140,000 jobs.-

It ts,,lertal' for' Colombian ,cattle
'tn 'hove through-the waterway but
the' shins eArrying them-4 ore for.
bitified to tie up at clocks or piers.
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