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

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

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:tiVENTY SEVEN 'CAY1TCOS filled 'with lz;rawriy teenagers stret Ch
afternon 'at the start of the Annual: tbree -clay-race-throu gh
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PANXIIIA
'I'IJNOFFICIAL reports .inclicat .inclicat-
- .inclicat- ed ,today that the, Pana 1110;-
Man Itinbatsy in Buenos, Aires
has granted transit yisas, tly
. Soviet ;vice :,minister of foreign
: affairs and two Soviet diplomats
who attended the inauguration
of Argentine Presidenk Arttiro
Prondizt recently.- -4.
, The Soviet OffiCials are ,ex ,expected
pected ,expected ,to make a brief stopever
here thct, :-
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ty" has been plan.ned for, May
: ;
According:, to Mari :barrla9
' Araus,. ot the Coligio de; Perio Periodistas,
distas, Periodistas, seSerat parades be
ted simultaneously by- Students:
of different yanamA, Citry high,
sbimols, 'all converging on Santa,
Ana;Flaza to listen to speec,bes
from stUdent leaders; :
tA meeting between parents or or-
- or- ganisations and. -students. has
been planned for the -same: day.
I
t In a manifesto to his party,-
ranamefilsta leader Dr. Ar'
imife Arias, twice- tresident
Panamio predicted that the
battle of the future will be be be.
. be. tween ,Eanameilismo 'and oll oll,
, oll, garchy, and declared that the,
t day is near at- hand when the
sword of justice will "extermi "extermi'
' "extermi' ,',Uate all the evils whkh afflict
'lour nation." ,
--Arias is at present in. Buenos
Aires Utherehe is expected tO
main until late September.
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WASITINGON (UP)-- T4 'De 'Defense
fense 'Defense Department's top' in.orma in.ormation
tion in.ormation official has announced a re reorganiiation
organiiation reorganiiation plan. of his OWn
under whkh' news releases will be
, screened tor : conformity with
- and "timeliness," as
well as security.i
Assistant Defense Secretary
Murray Snder said Thursday. the
new program, Under a more7uni,
fie4'military information service,
' should ,not be termed "censor
'-, e.g.)" tut rather "'review for ton.
Met!'
Snyder told 'the House Armed
- Services Committee another aim,
et the,news reorganization was to
eliminate "unnecessary and costly
triplication ,and even quadruplita quadruplitation
tion quadruplitation in many retpects" in the sep
arate information programs of the
three' branches of the.. military,
4 Testifying at the ;,committee's
- hearings Ian President' Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's proposed defense reorganiza-,
:tion, Snyder emphasized, he' was
,proceeding, with his own reshuffle
kinder, presidentiaLorder.:, The
,plairis not dependent on the hill
,k !before the committee.
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Snyder said the object was ,to
, 'expedite the llow of information
the public, not to impede it.
Ile said current directives provid,
W-for review ot ,speeches and
press releases "for, cenflict ,with
:established policied and
- grams"' as well as for security.
Timeliness Also eould figure in
decision on' sch'i, 'public' a n'
"nouncements, he said, as in cases
' of nrw weapons where efforts are
'made not to let the news- get
Ahead of the production lines. 1

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INTERNA10- A.111tWOI-i

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Cristobal's 'Explorer Ship No. 0
won the first, lap' of the, coastto coasttocoast
coast coasttocoast cauco rate through the Pa-,
name Canal yesterday,,; leading 27
native dugouts., The boys of boat
, No;, 2, Of the-Cristobal unit ,Were
'clocked It one hour, fouriMinutes
for)the six mile coursefrot CriSto.
bal, Yacht Club to the entrance of
the Gatun locks.
Second ,across the line was Ex Ex:
: Ex: prorerv, P,ost,,,,Nov. I, of- Margarita,
with 4one hour.' nine' minutes and
1 Ilv one-'mroton 1,4 was the
1 t ,,,, 'o. 1 of Ex ExL
L ExL a : Gamboa.,
, 1 thf, 9
t, a new recol I for the Cris Cristob
tob Cristob tun- -lap, but' this
4 v'e to, be deternined alter std.
oyiug records 'of Vast races.
lwentY seven native' boats 'Man4
ned by 111; sebuts and explorers 14
yarspr more old, stretched 'across
in line front the Cristobal Yacht
Club Friday afternoon for ''t e
start of the three' dav annual dash.
Captain Ernest; B. 'Rattler. P stist
have to- be' detbrinined' after Btu Btu.
. Btu. edthe :gun at ,
' Hundreds .61,paddies dug.
, deep and th line quickly ,stroteh,
ed outInto dumps of boats. With,
in a few 'minutes six bees bad
,Instaimpeci' as the crews beaded
00 brisk breeze 'and. sonic'
what of a 'hotly to round into the
ichatmol for, Gatun.
,A8 soon as the boats filled with
water,,thelerews 'went 'overaide
.
end-began to rock water out'of the
erptt fttiO bad them with ratIa. 'On-
ly three'boats finallv had to &In,
out orthe race as thev reoeatedlv
.,amt,4. Thp,were beat N'6,1 el
Troon Not'A. Diablo IloighW whht
Ndelea' back to. the dock at !Cris-
tnba, and- boat No. 2 'and 3 : of
erett and bail them with rens. On Only
ly Only thretoboats finallv had to dton
out of the race as thev IT'neatedly
swamped. Thei'were boat Nf6,1 of'
Troon Not',4. Diablo Ileiehts.' whirl)
nsdele& hack, to the dock at Cris Cristobal:,
tobal:, Cristobal:, and- boat No. 'and of
Post No.; Whose',crews
were iftkett --otbnard the Panama
Csoal Launch il3opetish. :
,The course was natroltiut by N..
tAnta: Cane& launches 'whirb went
alonaside esch swatrined boat to
see how their, irews yere meking
out. DUrtng the afharnoon run. (set.
Oral ;other boats filled with water
their,crews were ible in get
thern back An.. the race', 'Officials,
find' thatlt is 'rliffietitt to get: bny"
stied 14 to 17 to. dire un no mat.
ter im,Yist- thelr termbiT.
", All boats. other 'than ;the three
hosts whirti svere rescued. made
it to the finish line at Gatlin. The
last boat WAS Pros the line
actly one hour after the lead craft.
Crew of the first olace beat
from, Cristobal ,Shin No. 9 are It
MeGuaghey, J. Peterson; W. Fus..
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MORE TITAN 100 SCOUTS and explorers listen with deep Interest as Lt.'Col. Robert MacDonald'iright) explains the rules of
the 1958 Atlantic-Pacific eaynco race through tl a canal just before the boats lined up for the start of the race yesterday

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aeroi the' starting line, at the trIst6bali-taClA 'Club lyestef
the Pariama--,Canal.- Some. 111:IAcout& and- gxplorers 614
The -annuat event:wink be .wound! up tohlorrOw afternoon
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selman and p: 'Ebdon. ,second
Place 'aboard', the Margarita Post
No,, -1 'craft lire 'Danny 'Smit h,
Frank McLeod,,'riay Bialkowsid
and ,Garr,'Irvink.: b third. place'
are these boys 'from Gamboa, Ship
No. 10: Ilenry 'Lavender, D. Rog-.
ers, A, Smith 'and, E.' Idol. '!') z;',
Upset victi;ries ere
credited to the Cristobal n d,
' Margarita Onitt, es the", most:,
'hod ,,previously?
been considered Gobn Post No.
12,' Gamboa t "4), 10 a- r
1r bee-Peat.
Checking. v,s id at tile
Gatun finish' line were Raymond
R.. Will and Bud Erickson,. of Cristobal-.
't '
' The scouts and explorers n d
their, adult:leaders were taken, by
Ariny bus, to Fort Gfilick where
they litayed last night. in barracks'
and ate supper anct breakfast.
At' 6:30 the ,morning, the ,eresva,
were oti the sbOre of,Gatun, Lake
just above the, locks' end shoved,
off to line uplorthe grincU
Gamboa.:' They will ;be 'guests
orthe ,Gamboa' ciVie, center ,, fr
meals and accomodations, and, will
attend church services -baiter e,
startink 0 f again ,toroorrow.,-,,
The final lap tomorrow ,will see
the 4crews idash through Gaillard
CIA' to Pedro' Miguel: 'be 'locked
throUgh at Pedro Miguel and
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ill'pos ihrl't -1
sla ii am tone vi
s .' '7.-- ',:, ,',
if,. Torch Embassy
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- ', ", - 1 a
Refuge .
Of Diyili'
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PORT AtT PRINCE; Haiti, ,May
10 (LIP)--4-,,' Mexican Ambassador
Cesar GariZurieta said todair that
unidentified telephone callers have
threatened to burn the Mexican
Embassy where opposition Haitian
leader Louis Dejoine is in refugd.
, Garizurieta said a ,of
nerves? began 2 night: ago. when
,the telephone rang., liery few Alin.
utes. 4
The callers then7either hung tip
immediately or muttercl their
threats to burn the Embassy Un Unless
less Unless Deloie iN handed .over to Haltion-suthorities.
:
- Deloile took asylum in the Mott Mottcan
can Mottcan Embassy, last weekend after
the Haitian government, put 'a
price on his head and authorized
anyone to shoot him on sight.

now the truth owl the country Ls safe Abraham Lincoln.

FANAMA,lt 11., SATURDAY, MAY ,10, 1953

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!
cean- Kte
railores;, and 'finally, drive, down,
stream 'to the Balboa Yacht Club.
v, American Legion, Post No.,1 at
itpte Amadei, will stand tho boys
lto 'a big stook ,dinnst as an
'wards', celebration iminediatoly iminediatolyafter
after iminediatolyafter thoy pull their boats out of
, tho;water at the Yacht Club pier
The annual cayuco- race through,
the canal is sponsoree Cana'
Zone Council No. SQL In charge of
the 'event is' Lt. CoL' Robert Mac
Donald of Headquarters Carintzmn
Corninand; 9uarry, Heights., (
1-nits 1, C"eiri 4 in
1 3
coe 10,4 D!,).
13, 4 boats; Troop IN. 3,
Balboa, one boatl Troop No. 4, Dia,
hiO, Heights:. two boat,st Post ,No.
5; Anton,' two, boatst, Rost
Curundu, four boatri: Ship', No; 8
Balboa, 2 boats7 Ship No.,9 Cris Cristobal,'
tobal,' Cristobal,' 2 boats.; Post NO.'1,2s Gant..
boa, -two boats;',' Post No; 12, as astUni.othree
tUni.othree astUni.othree boats; Air eitplorer
Squadron No; 5," Albroolt' A r
Force Base, two boats; and, Post
NO; 16, Fort, Kobbe, two' boats. '0,
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'1.'SliP?rnPlas34
s
' k 4 i q Es
Anzi!nr usp:n:s1w
tcrainissery Ictker
Reinsbled n 3 ,
''Cin., 'of, the employes 'who was
recently 'suspended' ,from 4erice
es. 4 result of Stock ,shortageX. oc ocCaring
Caring ocCaring in retail .units of the Pa
nama, Canal's, Supply Division will,
be restored to duty next Mondiy.
it was: announced.;. yesterdaY.' .at
ffialboa Heights...,
Charger which bari, been plaied
Against Mrs, Mavis Bushell at,the
qinie of the riving,' investisattor
lwere withdrawn, by the' Supply and
Community, Service Director s, a
result' of testimony given 'in the
course'. of ,,grievance a dv !for y
hoard hearings.' ,' t
Bushell, 'who' Wal assigned
to,,duty' in the Balboa retail store,
as timekeeper, was not 'repre 'represented
sented 'represented by legal, counsel ; at the
heltring. :
There aro several .other Pacific.
side case.; rending ond,grievarce
hearings have been held in most
of them.' 't
Findings' of the 'grievance advt.
sory comrnittee: sre to he field in
all, ,of 'these cases-until they tan
elibeeittcld together for final ne,- I
tion ,by the' Gdvernor; excemt two
which ,ere being delayed, because,
of' the filness of 'their :counsel..

Dri.,:;:inIlsthmians Knew It id
April Officially' Hottest On F116

!. April ,was the hottest mond. arvrecord in the, racitie
and ventral regions of 'the Isthmus 'according' to the montli-d
,,ly report issued, by the Meteorological and Hydrographie...
Branch., Mean temperature at Bnlboa Heights was, 84.2 de-
grees, two degrees above normal.. t'
: Maximum temperatures at Balboa Heights' reached 'or
, exceeded, 95 degrees on, 14 days during the month, eon 96'.
,,degrees, or above was reported on seven days, The heat.,
' elve ,gulmluated; April 16 in a new' ail-time 'record high'
,tdmperatare for the Isthmus of 98.1 degrees:. ', ,"
Tbe new record maximum temperature at'Balboa Heiglifs
exceeded the old record of OS degrees established at Madden
Dam Anril 16, 1921V ','
"aRainfall during' April was much tclosi 'minim! except
over the Gatun take area and at the 'Atlantic and Pacific
' entrances, oftheiCanal. ,

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1,,.t.h,.4i:gi';F.i.iiii.dti0Or;,Fis.i,

ancients nrour Canal Zone
United, States and LatimAmerican
schools have tgain!placed high in
the' Lathant Foundation intermi-tiOnal
poster contest. ,Eleven, Can
at Zene contestants won, cash 1.
wards and 280 received certificates
cd merit.
',Cash winners inclilde:
'I-First 'Prizes! Jeannie Colburn,
knelt Elementary School: Yvonne
'Alleni,'North,Zargarita, Elementa,
1 ry School.
!, Second mizesl Sandra Eckhoff,
'South 1Vlargarita E I e mintary
School; Ricardo torde, Paralso
Jtinior chool. 1
,: Third 1)1.7cs:' rcoire Alationf
raihna IT 1
n.,,amArv At icne Simons,
Rsinbow City High Schoot
Fourth' orizev. Roark Summer,
ford,, Balboa Plementary' ISchobl;
Joseph' ItteGott, Cristobar
141E41 SPhool:' Fvelrn ,Fldredae,
INablo ElettnehtstOV School:, eslie
lyfiqsall; Ilohne Elementarytalhnol.
e The contest, in which Csn'pl7one
,neCuhmObtilesr'nhta:eearnit.;arwtiacsilnstteien4!04;0
incolcate, the, hie,her nrincinles
hIMIPTIOneQ0 pnap vithiLeh 0014 unit-0 I
R114 11149Pinese 'of the 'wori0 elon i
end: 'to emnhasize the. aniritnall
;. ,,,.,...
Obfeiii3O100'1060i;.
.... .. ...
0 ,
Elt!ls.:,006,..Th6t0:11d:
Vi.illotslati.:Ittf.,:i'
An approximate thousond vial.'
tors have,had a teleeopid look ,at
tne moon and the stars this 'dry
season through the instrument 44
the Canal Zone Observatory ..at
Miraflores, it was estimated Fri,
day as the observatory c,osed un until
til until text dry season.
,This't year's attendance -, W a s
somewhat beloW that of previous
years, because. ,unusually- cloudy
, and hazy, nights m,ade observations
diaicult this dry season.
Since:tariff January the obser observatory,
vatory, observatory, has been open, between 7
and 9 p.m. each Monday and Fri,
day 'nights, as well ,as on other
nights by Special arrangement
with groups of visitors. 4
Diving the dry season .1 W, Sea.
Ouist, Balboa High School'science
teacher, and B, J. Brown, ,ijof the
Engineering Division, have been
on hand to ,tallt; about the 'stars
and constellations yisible through
the telescope.,
The observatory is operatid',un operatid',under
der operatid',under the auspieces of the Div son
of Schoold. :

Piaci High In

ontes
.
fundamentals that lead te world'
friendship;-, to., Promote ,the char
octer building ,of the child 'by an
understanding of universal kinship;
to fos;er a deeper. understanding
of and sympathy with man's rela relations
tions relations --the animals who tannot
speak for themselves:" :-- ,
' ,gach year ,,,the ,Lathini Founda FoundatIon
tIon FoundatIon receives posters kern' all parts
of the ,world-lhis year more than
,28,000 fposters-lvere made and ov ovet
et ovet '20 countries were Jepresented
by entries- -, ,', .i- 1. ,,
ref
1)1 1,1e
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CAN "IVI.V11 .;11.iin 2
1111 LV1.64W K
,Two members of the Parns.'Cait.
el Company board tif directors ac.
eompanied by, W. M.. Whitthan,
Secretary o: the Coman,' are
scheduled to arrIVe by plane Sun.
tar morning,
The two'directors, Ralph H. Ca
and, Robert P., Burroughs, are
memhers of the ,Budget and rim
ance ,committee. The purpose of
their visit is to make prelimin
ary review o the budget estimates
for the fiscal year 19600 Much o',
their time wi I be spent on filid
trips to inspect facilities schedul.
ed for rehabilitation or replace,
ment,':,:;ii-
No firm scheduii fias been ar arranged
ranged arranged in advance for the Finance
committee members, who 'are to
soen4 most of nthe coming week
On the Isththui. Maj. Gen. Glenn
E. Edgerton, anther member of
the, committee", cancelled Earlier
Plang for the, trip,
The Budget and Finance com committee
mittee committee is to return to the tstImillq
late. this month. for a final ani
more formal review of budget es estimates;
timates; estimates; -
1116106i Otilbreak'
in Brazil ,
Tratnc-Train 'Crash
, Y
RIO DE JANEIRO, May 10 (UP)
Riotous outbreaks in the streets
and protests in Congress followed
Thursday night's tragic commuttett-train
wreck, inch killed- at
least 128 persons and injured more
than 300. 1 1
Luis A. Whately was dismissed
as director ot the Brazil Railroad
as a result of the .vvreck,- Jorge
de' Abreu Schilling 'liaS appoint appointed
ed appointed in his place with "full powers
to,take necessary steps to improve
conditions" on the nationalized,
. TWo other Central officials,' com commercial
mercial commercial director Ctistiano Teixel.
ra and operations director Heitor
Guimaraes, ,,, also -were 't dismissed.
'',An angry-mob wrecked furni furniture'
ture' furniture' and .equipment. at EAgenho
de Dentro, the suburban station
nearest the ,scene,, of the wreek.
Other rioters who Attacked there
nearby', commuter' stations were
turned back by police.
, In Congress, laborite deputy Ser,
gin Magahaes donounced the wreck
as. it token "the disorganization
And degeneration of tire national
administration." :
OPposition congressman Mario
Guimares ,commented that "minor
puble servants will be punished
but the disotganization responsi responsible
ble responsible for. the accident will not be
remedied.", ; t'
,
FRENCH ARREST MOSLEMS
PARIS (UP) French police
arrested 242 Moslems Tuesday
night in a nationwide drive
against suspected' Algerian nation.
alistsi officials ,revealed toda y.
They-said. the, attests-yew made
'on the ',basis' of information- re.
teived from Algiers. Police re refused
fused refused information on the fate of
those arrested-

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; ',QUIT0,44r10, (UP) ,--Vice;President :Richard M:
,
Nixon, unaautttea.either, by' Communist threats an, his life.
or' a ,Red-licl 'student attack an ..him in Perui may visit
Quita,Univirsity today." 2')
to,thi university wa deletid fr:ont
Quito Itinerpry after hi wai,mol)bed b'students,
in Butihi,Viii7Pesident Said. the acticin was tql.en
without ,his
4idnit'Clienge it,". he told aewmin,
geporter Aiccompany;ng : the Nixon party were ..hetn
ting the would ;visit the liniversiti "Jere, jtist: as he,
Lima.
Comniunistleaftets:..circillated. herelineunCed
6.,n1)' tour 'cis 'tirs; attempt, to,,"mask With iniinCire, phrosc
end theatOicargestures t,he growing penetretieri Ciad
mina'tin-af'Yenkei'MonOpolie in out country and all Lat Latin
in Latin Aiaerica.":. ;;;; ,!'
CoMmtinisti'debed sLich:slagaiis as "Death to Nix Nixon!"
on!" Nixon!" on walls in the City Thursdoy ciatici;,ation of
his arrival' :5' t .,7 ,

e praik-d
'!eopragnt
roltjuee. And aimness"he. dis.
played. hi: the.,Isee of mo6
which stoimd si3at pn him, lo
Perp.( ,
,
,,, in Lima, U.S. Almhessedor Theo
dors. AcNlies Informed tereign
ministee Raul Porresi- Barrenk
,that4 the United States: is'
concerned 1,v turtrig evident Inc, 1
Itilitrto deal- with tiptmunist ac
.. !J ;;
In, Bogota, entombia; ntxt stop
on 'Nixon's ,eight.nRtion tour,' edit,
eatimi ;minister 'Alfonso Carvajal
Peralta annealed to,' stnlents to
tgitore potters- '.and leaflets ',urg ',urging
ing ',urging them Jo' staee snit Ameeieqn
demonstrations tithing' the e e
prosident's,vitnt.-r 7;' ;.
EcusderianPresident m I 6
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;Ino6alations a gailibt nollem
tis were administired.Thursday to
434 employes ind their dependents
at:the temporary. vaccination sta station
tion station set tin in the first aid station
in the industrial 'area, at Mount
Hope.."
Of the 431 empleyes receiving the
Vaccinations, 183 ,wete, given their
first-inoculation against the diL
seam.' -All others received their
third:and final infection of the se series.
ries. series. -
Those who reCeived the first ino inoculation
culation inoculation were reminded by the
Health Bureau that, they 'should
obtain their second within a month
thne at any Canal Zone aid station
or the out patient ,clinict at Coco
Soin or Gorgas Hospital, d '1
The temporary station' was un7.1
der the direction of Dr:H. C. Frit.'
ham, Canal Zone school physician.
The injections were given by Mrs.
Nellie Humnhreys, industrial area
nursc'and,Mts. Erma Forbes. Pa Pacific
cific Pacific side '-ochool nurse.' assisted
by 1Mrs: ,Ruth Puller; Red' Cross
grey ladY,' and Miss Gloria Ward.
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' LONDON, 'May ,' 10 (UN--Officials,
of the; British Broadcasting
Corp. today ordered revisions of a
tribute to Irving 'Berlin, after he
complained. the program would
embarrass. him by detailing
life story.
t Producer Ernest Maxim said the
tribute was to have told the 10-
year-old Berlin's life story in '45
of its 90 minutes. He ordered
script writers to cut the biogra.
phical part, in which American
actor Gaylord Cavallaro portrays
Berlin, to 15 minutes.
,Berlin heard about plans torthe
show while he was vacatiomng
away from his New York home.
, The songwriter, who has been
renorted h eve turneddowse
million-do'lar Hollywood offer to
film his life' story, was quoted as
saying the BBC ."never asked my
permission to de this."

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told pis.:
terday that Rus, a is ,
place the United States as bank.
er of the free world."
, Ponca said tha Unitocr Stotos
.shodid rocooniza this rivairy for
tho favor 'of underegovaiopo4 no.,
'ions, and in oaiticular should,
combat it in' Latin ,Amorica.
' He said Russicis offering long.
term, low.interest loans to many
Latin American nationt,' al on g
rith offers of Iridp and intitiotriaf
flovelonment extonded either (Prod'
)y or ihroultilto 'satellite&
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cur Lovi
S:hools'
Four officers from U.S..Army
Caribbean. end one, civilian elm.
ploye are,attending AtmY schools
in the United States at present or
deoart the, command soon to
enroll, it wavannonneeti thia week
by) liendouarters, USARCAPB.
tt: Col. George W.' Car4t:Jr.,.
assistant platis officer, (1.4.4.US,.
ARCABIR: entered the cornninnd
mtmaomment concse at Forl;
vn'e. Va.. 04 144ril "rtie ,:ennnpe
,oll'be'Completed on' Friday, Alay
Is,. '; f.'s
Lt. Col. Donald F.. Rogers,'thief
of nost encineer division andCe..e andCe..ecil
cil andCe..ecil Vockrodt,',Envineer ern
Dloye 'entered the ,post engineer
management inorie On at.
so at Fort The, :entrrse
ends on May '21
Scheduled to attend the special
weapons emploYment fainibariza
tion ,cours4 at Sandia' lase, Aibu.'
ouerctue, N.M.:"on May 12 isIt.
M, Moucha.'. CoMmanding
officer of the,764th AAA Battalion. ,.
,
Moucha compfete the course
On May 23.
, ',Cant. Elcion,O. Basham of's tge
lst Battle Group, 20th Infantrija
scheduled. to attend the advanced
officers' aviation eourseat Fort
Bucket Ala, The .,.couratt Start.
May,28 and terminates July 26.

Inchon Anibosso or
To Aroentincr Poo
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16.RP ToimorroWl:t.:,,'
Indian Ambassador t&Argentina
N. Raghvan is scheduled to arrive
In Panama tomorrow for a ,one.
day visit before returning to Bue.,
Eaghvan, his wife and 'en elm.
bass), official, who comprised the
'Indian delegation to the inaugura..
tkon of Costa Rican President Ma.'
rto Echandi,' are scheduled to ar.
rive at.Toeumen airport tomorroW
night et 9:45., s 4
He and his party' stiv at Ho..
fel El Panama Hilton until
nigtht Monday. when they a r
scheduled to leave for Buenos At.
The Indian AmbassadOr and his
wife will bs gueste..othonor
day night at 8 at a reception to be
tendered by the Panama City Ilin.
dustani Society at El Panama HI
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, Letters resolved gratefully and ore handled in wholly confidential
Meaner. I
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nest slay.Latters are published in the order received. ( -
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UNICAR-, A.,' Panama '--, DISTRIBUTORS WI; A.' POWELL, Colon
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--' We- hiVe a- sneaking admiration -fOr'the'- Ititvr the).
-neier Worries about the Present nor does- anything,A to
?protett'his- future. tventually,' of Course., he falls flat,on
?his lace and hiS friends have to bail him out of, trouble.;
.But,.'for the moment, he seems to lead on easy lite.
, Being a milktoast ourselVes, -we ;insure
thing but the family cat We see,,trouble .coming tnlIC
' away, and dodge like a pedestrian. on, Central Avenue to
- avoid it...That'S- why we', wonder why' 'otherwise' smart
',,people do so little to,protect their houses, and.possessions
against, insect damage in the tropics.
, The cheapest' 'foirti of household';InSurariceagaltst":
termites, wood-borersimd 'household insects is systematic
.monthly' inspection 'and -treattnent to YOUt home 'and
furniture. Call PRONTO Service.. the insect-contlol branCh
"of, the. A!rIcultural Development Corp.. at Panama 3-,p7
. or .Colon 4777. 'We'll 'do yoUr 'worrying .,fOr
s'aanazingly small .fee.'.'' )'.
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Jefferson tiavis, Who vat.
president of the Confederate,'
States of America during the,
War Between the 'States, was,
Ant elected- to the presidency
on Feb. 9, 1861, by 'the con :
gress of the Confederal. ;,
year later he wag reTelected
to a six-year term by :
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- i ,i.''' '-,,,,f STRUGGLE FOR JUSTICE : .- ,,
,, I, Maxi's eternaf Struggle for-Justice and order has given force
' ti the law. The nations of the free world have a strong belief
, trx tint 'powir of -moral force and moral law.. Because tne U.S.
- 11,..thiLavolbed,and acknowledged leader of the family of free
, nations,. it le incumbent upon her to resolVe '.-forthright, With
- eourage and eezdom, the dispute concerning the sovereinty of
Panama as it affects the Canal Zone. Such action would vindicate
thalLitit.'s greatest attribute-- equal conaideratton for a dwarf
as for). giant. '- . .; , ,,. '' ; --", ' -,
' ...-115a. sovereignty of' a tiny republic ought tobe honored b51
' all aatiuns as touch as the sovereignty of a potverful militaristic
, 11040. And it Is undeviating responsibility of a 'strong nations to
' Agrees this moral decree. If the U.S. shirks this mission, im
' weed upon her by Nature's law, our freedom-loving,way of life
' 1 'Satin America' yearns for, Justice and 'ConSideration from
the. AMA. Much of the, resentment,- hmtility and suspicion
.. altanifeeted ,by ita people stems from the neglect:.atici disregard
'. i with which the US, has treated her sister,nationa over, period
- aS Yaara. ,' t , '' i ,f, ,,. -1; .),''r: :'''
? hi ,:Not a few hold the view :that U.S.rdiscrimingtes against
' them more for cultural -reasons than for economic drawbacks.
pair treatment and timely regard will anchor the faith of Latin
. -Ammo, In the U.S. and dispel these doubts.", --,.,' A -' ,
'' 'The U.& parades under the ,banner of -democracy .in' its.
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. gest 'expression. To deny other nations their absolute right
-, t self-determination and internal development under democratic
inciplat and, Ideals reflects upon the sincerity of her doctrine.
a MS. 'should try to promote rather than stifle the economic
-1 qtd cultural growth of Panama. ,-;-- ,-, '',,,r0,419 t, die!, 1;:t ',.,:t
1 -.:Many are the instances where the 11.E. used the factor of
' SCr'awesome might ta ;bludgeon weaker mations into acceptance
,, zed-submission to her 'demands and policies. On several such
' occasions that action was Justified and necessary to maintain,
. tee and order and administer justice. But 'On other rare oc oci
i oci alone, the U.S. would have fared much better bad she learn learn.s.
.s. learn.s. :to coritrol her power- and instead of roaring, purred. The
tient situation warrants sof t-pedaliniq 'i '-i 1 tnr, .. ,'
, ,, In dealing with Panama, the U.S. can afford to be generous
' for it would enhance her .world stature and prestige, with neg neg'
' neg' ligible, if any. material loss. Panama seeks not charity, but
' justice. Therefore, if the ALS. were both just and charitable,
' Ppama would be compelled to tack. t,
' c Treaties are 'drawn up on the basis of international law, riot
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einem law m 'Mbar Wright (Mail Box May 6) seems to think.
. nancy as !defined, indirectly; by "Winn( Wright" is the -real
e ate relationship between a landlord and a tenant', two private
iddividuals.' But the contractbaltommitnients (treaties) between between....nations
....nations between....nations are of, a different nature' and are:. negotiated under
'', inteniationl -law and supplemented by diplomatic procedure;,,
. ..4 Many treaties 'are transcendental in impact and scope,
', whereas contracts between ,two parties (individuals) are gen
erally confined to routine sections. Hence, in the light of cur.
rent world diplomatic procedure, Panama IR absolutely in order
, to seek the abrogation of the 1903 treaty, or at least the revision
' of any' clauses and pr articles deemed detrimental .to her im im.
. im. mediate or future interesta and ,well-being. .' -, :
- ti an VB.-would to no leas were it in Pa,namit's 'position...
lo rzange is the course of nations whenjavored....bulortune;-tor
t,,,e oppressed easily become the oppressors. ,- ., :. -:, ', ., ,..,, ,.'
-,' Russia, Gerniany, and Japan were notoriously disrespectful
of treaties. They repudiated and 13;oke them unilaterally. What's
the status of theae countries todiy?,,They certainly don't main main'
' main' tali, subsistence populations, I' -- ', c ,.: '. z, -,, t.
' If Panama can arouse sufficient World 'opinion in her favor.
' the sovereignty dispute will definitely end up in the Vorld
: Court of arbitration for aettlement under- prevailing concepts of
international law. Panama 'was in the Puna' stage 111,1903; to to,
, to, day she's emerged from the cocoon. Viva Panama!, 1 .,:..,,..,
- ii :Another nice thought is internationalizing the tinati'Whi
' htit41, Ex-President Truman originated -therideal-44;.:-.,-,z-r-,
, Many North Americans still.regard Panamanians as an in---ferlor
ethnic grop,backward and indolent.--We; however, are kind
enough not to judge the Many escapees from Bellevue Clinic
and vacationists from Tobacco Road as typical ',U.S.-citizens. -'
Justice: involves recognizing the rights of others. Panama
- ostensibly :leeks Justice,' so it follows that she must have rights.
What ,are the shape and-form of these Tights, Sovereignty in'
her domain. Joint 'tenancy' in the, Canal,- purstilt,of hapninem
, and the maintenance of peace and order within het borders.
7 Should the U.S. continue to claim sovereignty in the 'Canal
Zone and adjacent land essential to protecethe Canal, that po po-
- po- sition could lay the basis for Panamanians. born in the Canal
' Zone to demand U.S. citizenship by right of birth on American
, Actually the .111. is officially .ApPosed ,to' vanting ,. such
. citizenship; therefore its sovereignty 'over ,the Canal, Zone As
, mythical, as that claim entails 'obligationetas well4p, rights,
, which the 11.11.-t-qtrirottly shirks or accept as they suit her
. ambitions and ends. These zig-zags cannot; continue much longer
, without creatinrchaos in their wake. '."-,,A :,,,'-., '-,,n, .' :
.', Claiming sovereignty over a territorial or political division
' involves governing the 'inhabitants, or rather the natives, ab
solutely. Uhcle Sam ,is using' might again as -he did in 1903 to
' impose his will as he renounces certain obligations inherent in
sovereignty.' .', -'-' ''" ,. -.., ,,..-.0 .4.,.,,,",.pr,,,,,...; .-.,.-,0
i )" Evidently, the Treaty between Our countries requies Fez,
, defining in the light Of curreh,t thinking and conMderations,
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- ', ,LIGHT ZEADIN'ti.:,:-''.;;;;; ..-
' 'IA 'Meting' (Mail Box, May 3) writes i. very' good letter in
Itail Box about the. recent epidemic of traffic lights going up 'in
, the canal zone. All I can say about them is that whoeVer dream,
' ad up and designed these things should be ashamed of himself.
, I venni kat esharned to denten a layout andwaste public money
on a 'traffic' control system that is doing more herrn than good.
' rt them is any question on this letter -statement, let's put it hi)
- to a rote of people. t know what 98 percent of them would say,
' -' '' Coming down Gaillard Highway towards COrOZal-We din
Imo to go oaround the -hom" to get to Diablo, when we have a
, crossing at Albrook directly to Diablo:but areItot allowed to

Also. of the Diablo Road lights:can anyonelell me what
' Is the purpose of the set of lights on the Corozal side of the
crossing? They serve no purpose except to hold up traffic Tent.
Ing to make a right turn into Diablo. Why not turn thud off.,
Someone said they were necessary to allow foot' traffic to cross
- Diablo Road to get to, the bus stop. In the months since their
lutalotion have never seen anyone making this crossing.
Another disuter probably dreamed Up by the same master
mind is those three inch steel posts, filled with concrete, installed
- along Gaillard Highway, just few inches off the, roadbed.
Intatine what would happen if you tried to, dodge a drunken
eyr unless driver on one of the bridges. Formerly Ne tied about,
elm feet of road shoulder to drive on in emergencies, Now with
these steel posts just a few inches off the roadbeda quick turn
six Inches of the roadbed would ram you Into a row of steel
- DISMANTLED; :4'.

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IAabor Nelvs
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Comillent :

By VICTOR RIESE!.

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This is the story of "BMEWS."
Lek's not be casual with it- t may
be ,the story ot your life. r
"SMEW6," with its supersonic
broth tmacie up of thousanas
secret Ilew electronic ttbes, could
some day -be the last voice heard
before a heavy rain of hydrogen
bombs blots things out- ,,
So I have been following t e
personal history of those brand
new tubes with aLection tru.y un unsuited
suited unsuited .or any, robOt. They are
just going into production the
RCA plant in tnat center of gen gentle
tle gentle people and lush lands known
lts Lacoste; Pa. This installa installation
tion installation is the principal, if not the on only,
ly, only, Air Force source of such tubes
for the momentthough, there
are some stand-by facilities else elsewhere
where elsewhere if lightning or worse should
make it' necessary for them to be
activated.' :-

When there are enough to these
tubes they will be shipped north
towards the Arctic Circle.'
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There theywill be fixed Into
the fourth radar "picket 'Ilm"
strung around the Soviet Hydro.
gen bomb airfields snuggling in.
- to tho ice on the rod side of
the Snow cap.'
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"BMEWS" stands for "Ballistic
Missile Early Warning Systemoo
It backstops the first, second
and third warning lines stretched
in a vast semi-circle around the
Pole. The first line is Pinetreee
Line. The second is the famoul
DEW Line Distant Early Warn Warning.
ing. Warning. The third is:the Mid, d Cana Canadian
dian Canadian line. 'All ( along these ,' ate i
bases manned by U.S.'end CaSa.
dian forces. E

These lines are really a string
of bases with machines controileu
by radar detection tubes and nth.
er electronic eqiiipment and com computing
puting computing machines., Trey teat. track
and destroy an enemr bomberi 904
miles distant. So' tccurante it hit
gadgetry, it can not only locate
a plane over a city, but over a spe specific
cific specific building in that city--and e even
ven even a room in that building.
'BUT, this triple warning system
only can detect piloted surfeit in
time to sound the alarm when the
!seeing electronic; eye deeds infor-1
mation into a computer. he com-.
puter then autOmatically arouses lb
far-off arsenal-. This fires an anti.
plane missile.
Ail this is fine. But now Ave
measure space as the inter.Cen-.
tinental Ballistic Missile -- the
unmaaned bomberflies, T hug
4114 PentagonsAflaynched Tralect,,
nusmEWS.Y fro meet the, great
or ICBM speed, '11IMEWb,"- in
effect, is a change tii hi her
- power transmitting tubes. tle tlecause
cause tlecause of their tremendously in,:
creased power tiler can observe
flying objects farther, faster, this
sives greater warning time for
the mechanical computer to tell
the arsenal,whars5coming hem:,
It Won d give target c It! e s
New York, Chicago, Detroits,Pitts Detroits,Pittsburgh,
burgh, Detroits,Pittsburgh, etc.olonger warning time
and ;therefore, greater protec protection.
tion. protection. r
The new tube's the thing.-1,For
years now there have been hun hundrede
drede hundrede of skilled workers at the
Lancaster RCA. plant living and
working in industrial peace under
a contract between the corpora.
ton and the International Brother.
wood of Electrical Workers.
Now that plant, in labor jargon,
Is being "raided" by the left-wing
United Electrical Workers. This a.
nion hat inf the past few weeks
stirred thing. tip at the thorough thoroughly
ly thoroughly unionized plant. It has sent its
President, Albert Fitzgerald, in. It
has imported its General Organiz Organizer,
er, Organizer, Jim Mattes, who has been ay.
used 'by witnesses under oath at
Federal hearings of being pro-Com.
munist.
t Soon, the UE's Secretary-T7r e a asurer,
surer, asurer, Jules Emspak, will speak
there..11e has been referred to as
"Comrade Juniper" in the Con Congressional
gressional Congressional hearings.:

'rhos aro the same mon who
. lod the 1.1I almost ten riots a.
ion Nov. 194t, when tint At.
emic linorgy Commision direct,.
,od ths Gene Pal illettria Corp.
to- withheld rocognition of this
outfit a sr bargaining agont for
workers at the' highly soaret
rosearch and dotshipment
eonter at Knells Laboraty,
,Schenectuilf

Of 'course, the United Electric.
al Workers Union is doing nothing
illegal in its trod' to swing the
1,500 RCA woieliers from the 11-
EW to the independent UE. That is
its privilege under the law and
the LIE is acting within the law
even if the other day 1,poo work workers
ers workers in Lancaster signed a petition
saying they did not want the US.
1,Vby should the law permit hat.
monious relationsibetween a onion,
its members and 'a torporation to
be stirred up?- The workers are
now legitimately unionized. Isn't
that enough?

AN AMA AMERICAN InErrYDENT DAILT

: PALAMOS, Spain take a
very dim view oL the expulsion of
bail Ducker irom Monte C a r 10
and its surrounding dependencies,
gannes and Nice.,,I Avalt recently
tnose pans, ,t and iLtay,, ,o4 rite
Docker is a welcome -relief froM
the hordes of her red-faced coun countrymen
trymen countrymen who sit around looking
.ike itunneo mullets on the veran verandas
das verandas of the Hotels' Carlton and Ne Negresco.
gresco. Negresco.
lite fact that Lady Docker, the
Wife, of the ex-boss ,,,of ,, Daimler
cars, may:stand on her e a d
from, time tO timeitor had,,a, has,
sle' with the customs, or complain
bitterb about he service in Mona
co, is a kind of ,, welcome relief
from the,usual dull grayt fare one
sees in public on the Riviera. And
according to what goes on in the
private villas, you might- even
cell Lady Docker, circumspect. r
plgte Cep) it-nothing .but visit
crap game and has no more, dig dignity
nity dignity of 'being than talv Vegas or
any other place that makes its
business out of trimming suckers.
Princess Grace is a nice doll, and
Rainfer, I believe, is a pleasant
person:-never met him; didn't
get asked to the wedding,rencial wedding,rencially
ly wedding,rencially unacceptablc chap, elt
leis() 1 -wag th-Affleit brg-Autek
Ha or New Guinea-or someplace.
But the House of Grimaldi ,is
founded on -4 tax dodge and is"
tacitly owned by a Greek., If
the Prince hadn't come up with
an, heir,- France would h v
started charging the Monegai Monegaisues
sues Monegaisues taxes, and taxes Is a dir dir,ty.
,ty. dir,ty. word In Monaco.-,v thoprin.
eipalityl-,1 to coll., it tin fPetf
would be an exaggeration,' since',
there,are bigger tin p s
Texas Is a tiny suburb sur:
rounded by Englishmen who 1-
magim they speak French,, and
French, who Imagine they speak
English.

The international tramps make,
Monte-Carlo and the rest of the,
Riviera their,winter eadquaters,
and to heave out 'Lady Docker
for being, rude, to the dignity, of
Monte Catiois like throwing ian
extra- pig out of a pen for toe Siiii
of being a pig.'
The very r.ch and very jaded
make it therr playground, end',
am still haunteu oy the ;vision o.
what,seems au army.of old, sW01-1
len legged,' ; fgt. handed, womenj
whose faces lave,' been 'so J r,e r,efluently
fluently r,efluently lilted that they: owrt no
more ,expressionrthan a !strfp of
painted,. concrete. They glways'
wear dirty ,diamonds and, .peint
their, eyebrows straig,lit ,tip,). and:
their.tair' is. a color relosely,akle
to an ,ancient orange-PeeL
The gentlemen ell, seertp,to wear
corsets, and the younger, echelon
of elder ladies all, have two,linds
of .'pood'es,,,Avh'e ,,Frencit 0 n e
and delicately gentlemen who
could not, possibly be,,,construed
as offensive so long as their bills
are paiid promptly by their spon sponsors.
sors. sponsors. One' must not ,,,--,, one dare
not travel without a yount dancing'
boy, if onl,to provide cfront for
the real affair,that's going,inv with,
the chauffeur oc the odd Akan d.
soinerwaitert
, In Cannes jtitt reently, at 'one
of the foremost night clubs,1 ob,
sfrved a' very famou Frenc
nial Enter tnot ,Chevallerl Melt Melte&
e& Melte& in, mad embrace on a. pubic
dance boor with his busineas-sulted
friend,' the while, surrounded
by distinguished-looking gentlemen
in impecceable' clothes all -danct
int together. And Cannes should
be off-limita to Lady ,Docker?
"Ifeel about Lady Docker like
f felt about Rita Hayworth :when
she was cavorting unmarried 'a
rotind the, world withqkly Khan,
or Aly Khatoand dragging her
sue by Orson 'Welles ,with her. '11

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seem to remember' I taid it the
time that you couldril fault Rita,
because she had3ucceedeo, where
,Columbus failed. She had discov
ered a new trade route to,the in
dies.
One, time wai 'privy ,to the'
, 'Wry tnable marquis
, irs0,4 ;Greek (not Marches, nal
, Onassis), who shad'. hired nt
',' as a see41 ontre.pronior at a
,fancy figurat for the, sin, talt,'
ing up. with the Orioles g r,1
triond.,,As left this ,-,ambar.,
rassing- exhiltition;Apt, les, Ala...
lost passed Oil fttd
Shol was veins, upstairs ,, with,,
,still You neifor
kelOWL who -your. frirds oriole
vow? 0-
'LAWS' Docker, tlear,'. climb Ontd
the yacht and' come see ,us in Pa.
lamos,,, Spain, 'this durnmer. 'You
'can tear, pp,tlegs to your little
heart's content. ,stan r
heed,' and We' hate excellent them
niater4, for down slidins. The, ert13'
thing 1-suggest is that you write
Marna first4,Mams has, peculiar
ideas ibout Riviera people., and
hes been known to act'up rude.

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order to save Republican 'ern lana. ,
barrassment, Democratig c h ''-
man Cleveland BitileY West I POt.ITICS
Virginia cleared the hearint TOOM 1 ,, ' ,
for a secret discussion. Jhe 'air In Alamaba Is filled
After the public was shooed iut, with politics and music. 'Fourteen,
GOP Rep. Frelingghuysen of New candidates for 'governor go to the
Jersey expostulated: pools today, all of them running
"This is most unfair:The gentle. against one manthe Negro.
man fro Montana la,s, engaging The lineup includes an array of
in' a clever maneuver, obviously crooners as well ato .candidates.
designed to embarrass the, Presi, Minnie Pearl of Grand Old Opry
dent and put Republicans on,- the is lamslorming as a side attrac.-
spot. The President ',was for this tion to George C. Wallace, an a.,
measure last year, but he didn't hie Black Belt Jurist who has la.
Include it In hls- legislative prot bor backing.' Minnie la rettorted
hams hustings. A.iNV. Todd,
gram this year.,t, drawing $2000 a week on thr Ala
"I can't see anything tiftiAil fit.
bout ft," replied Metcalf, "but if thcable, oncarmed' Alabama Com-
you promised to support the El ; missioner of Aorriculture. ac acsenhower
senhower acsenhower bill, as' many bt comnanievi-ity Wally Fowler and
last-year, then I will 'idmit you the rl-ick Wagon, Gang. Todd was
are on the soot; We're' givfng you nthrill strong until he said he
Yens -chance- to back un what 1'00'1, hsndle the srhool Integra,.
tornev Geusral whose father was
the -President reouested," lion rtroblom "In so Christ1011
, "You're 'file onlitirs,.' nm,". 'John, Palterson.'lhe
Persisted Frelinghu.Ysen, bristling
angrily., bv ..;Phoenie ritv-ten elt erg,
uns only politics I am wleylet orlivi 'his crowd wifh the lisin
N,AACP.at Tual!egee to keen Ne
Its tepeetryweetothgeet:toryutieke seeheeoodt ?foil Ipleoht4rGsoonsdeenne'se Seu: iVestlineye tisetvilei A
more elassrooms," responded Met

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WASHINGTON The fur:real. Celebrezze was born in Anzi, I.
ly Lew at the closed-door session tely, has made a good, Mayor of
of 'a House Education 'an& Labor Cleveland.. Di Salle' was born itt
subcommittee, when -Democrvis, New York and was a uod May,
in, a surprise move, forced the or of Toledo. .There'b nsw been
Republicans to accept the Old El. a long list- of notable Italian A
senhower school aid bill which mericad mayors of-.1.J.S. c it le s,
Eisenhowerhad let fall by the including -the' late great lsiorello
wayside. L'aGuardia of New York, -Mayor
--Congressmen trafik Thempson Thomat D'Alisandro otiDaltimore,
of New Jersey, Lee Metcalf ;off now running for the D.S. Senate,
Montana, and Stuart Udall of -A. andMayor Louis Mariani of Dd.
rizona caught their GOP merman Governor Furcolo' of
leagues completely off guard, bY, Massachusettsa dozen Itallan-A.
suddenly moving for approval of merican Congressmen, one Sena.
the- Eisenhower bill.' ;-- tor, John Pastor of -R hode Is

" 1 &root from VOtior., 4 omits

Faulkner (no relation to thp tills ,'
.
' "I don't tare whether it's P Re.
nublican or a Democratic bill, as Ill"sillni. author) has the helix of
long as it offers solution to the hill lognel Illo,ing Quartets,' the,
thts bill fast ,yeae, thee As eve'l men's Quartet, He hal tow from
""blowri Tf till ,P7,44,Ant wAs for Blackwood illrotilAre AO the Slates
Tnnre regenn for 111;.1 to be, for It road' cOntnetors Ind -housing pro.,
Adm. John Crommelin. who wail
this year, hpeauge the Ivied .for motors 0 ',t ,',;,ii, 0 1
1403,,ol construction hal 1ncreat.
ed.o ,,,- , kicked out of the Navy tor under
.,. '.. ,, ,,,, ( cutting thp Air' I Force on Ions

. WAIT,, FOR IKE I
,
, "But fPresidentrbashl' re,
submitted e'reattie fcir,,getion' it
thi., vme yrntioet FrIlinorhy6ytrort
' !Waite btit feel CAL.
tress' should something for
our- sehools,' whether or not :-the,
President hmseenlit 'to reinclude
it' In his' budget,1 -countered Met.'
some ftr our
Renublicsn,,friends duck' Mit 'Oft'
this plattor' Yhfl'
cOlethaf- DenniCiats hrie ohmic.
ed something the 'President has
twonosed andYthat'it isn't a.$)
longer 'the President's ,MILIt Welf,
we're not "iWanging one,:-
mloh as one, commit.
l"This is'the e' 1,,i1 Tko sent
to Congressand wo're giving hint
srol,the Renublica, 'members of
emigres's and mrortunits, to prove
that.they meant what they said
'when theY Amt. were f 0,r
Pieria, Mb 'to schools 't
In n' showil6Wrrvoie.,411, there:
rtemd11104es
rv ,Veskell Del.), and Tohn
fora (PIOvoted l'nn"! ntakit It
tie-,e to 3. elistrmsn Bailee
then ,broke the lid by voting with
the ,D'emocrats.
In order to Save the Renubli,
eat s, from publier embarrassment
it WW1 then agreed to announce' a
"voice". vote and. Bailee .':ordered
the Demorrats' not' ,to discuss
whit; bad'happened in the closed.
donr session. ,
ITALAMIRICAN MAYORS ','
The next governor of will
nrobably-be" chohen, this ties
And if newsnanermen ineeting id
the Hickory Grill in 431eveland ard
sceura he,will he Mike DiSallei.
the- ex..Price Administrator.- Sev
enteen,' out of nineteen Cleveland
newsmen 'predict DiSelle- will svin
the -.Democratic nrimary. against
Mayor .Celebresse, nf Cleveland
4he,,,field. -0 Political trends
beine, such- as they, are in ; Ohio,
the Democrat bag t good,' ehonee
to -win In November: DiSalle
held .the IMOODUIPt but necessary
iob,,,,of keening' down inflation ms
Pricc,Admblistrator during the
Knretsli Some,' housewives
wish be were bsek tn the ink
1 tnth the two tnn Democratic ten.,
1 ,
are Italo:Attlicant. 4:4 rs t

range bombers, is camnaignme on
a 9.;,.q.m114 ticket.
'I'rediction: Admiral frommelin
wintl'un fast: Pdge Georee
RT- t-e firat:I' 'Aim off
ribe eakeeltaatt In the Con,,
oressional'battle. Congressman
bert Rehm' with It fine reNwd for
slum clearance and, priblie' hong
ing, 1,4 ()noosed Gadsden'a pit
ale Virtgall, store operatOr H.
"Red" Harkin., who ,wears milk.
boweeLtiekrclaims to, be runnint
iciablagmonr nlatform a
States $150006
to ,defoat (a;
' Hardin, also s, claitat paYI
Mate inlincometIrtea, than Rains
drew' in glare. -Mabamr.voters
are, almost certain to send Rains
back to Washington to' cnntinue
drawing that .,,salary; ,Congresk
man Grant is runnine very. yere
scared as a result of his almost
non to an air base in hit distriet.
Voters ,Stranted -the. air base. MS
lumbealriends didn't-
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dr Carl You Bo Solnc.tIrkiss

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slum de,
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"Red" H
boweeLtiA
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.itatess
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, ---- ----------, ------- ----- --------- ---- -r --- ---- -- ---- gives greeter warning time for get asked to the wending,-social- we .. , .. ,
the chauffeur.. 4t1;: wle.041- e lin 4" 1 :!, .:,..!:::;:.'i... -.5 ..,': 4.:: .. rter"ht'010f:4-rielliimsitiniit., B-I':
Keil' itilair,"111LI gyflg,ZI.t W11, t 4fii', ti -.,.. - ,,;,, -...i .. In a showttoWv4f-47r,-2.there; i ,, , ... 1-.-,....-,,-,,
' : Court of arbitration for settlement under' prevailing concepts of the mechanical computer to tell iy ,upaggeptablcchaP tellJiAhriti torntywaiter : ';';:-':- -, : ,55.. :,, -,.5. ,. arm, ,5,:-:.,.',;. ...!;,',,..., ri !:11kell-": Deli,' iiirl '1',611 Li. liwt a 61 P !, ,: : :'
' international lavt PanaMawas In the PUPal. stage 1111903; t(:,"- :, the arsenal, what's, com,ingItere;: ,...4;alsgl Was Ift-Affitittit"Atiiek
; fora- (Pa )--voted "nn"," -maktaz I( i'iv',..7.' ''.
, day she's emerged, from the cocoon. Viva Panamal.,-.,,.:!:5;.- ,,: ,,,-- .:. ', ., ,, "! ; .,' In, Ca.nnes Juit reently; at 'one ... swig -:.
' -.. ii -' t i i th ..1- Wii ' :
Another nice thought is interns ional z ng- t -cant ... Y' 1,...,,, ,,,r,.1,,,, , .1 ,, .-, -ux or New' Guinea-or someplace.-
It would give target, c I t I e s ,-:- But the Heusi of Grimaldi Is: et -111 1 t ht I its:I b - - g h r
e, oremos nig c u ,, 0 . : .,,,, ,,,,-., ,- :, tie-416 3; :01Irmsn 11 a f 1 e it --," i. 1 a it. ,,' : ;
' -ntittl, Ex-President Truman originated -theridea-.-4:4".4..-,-57.5 New York, Chicago, DetroitPitts. founded en.-1 tax dodge end is served .a.' very fatuous le r n C 4 :",:-..,-r ,11,1 .e tlyeep, : .':- or
!- then broke- the 1101 by yciting with i :4 :
i i ": Many North Americans staregard Panamanians as an in- burgh, etc.,5-longer warning time tacitly owned by a : 'Greek. :- If mal limier (not ,Chevaller) lock; : ... --- i J '::' .: ,' tite ,Democrals.. '1,:.- :.. ,:. ,. , , .. , '.. :
-.--ferlor ethnic grop,-backWard and Indolent.---We.--however, are kind and therefore,, greater,:protec- the Prince hadn t come: up with ect in, mad embrace on a- pulite .,:,--. ,,, :- 7'1,, :'-.'',. In order te iiave the Re-nuhli.5 :i:ii.i:'.,.:te:-'::::. -.'"::9:&:::si50::,,' ,: -
, enough not to judge the Many escapees from Bellevue elinic, tion,A ,',, ,- e--,,,:-....,.. ..,, ,, ,,,,5 .. t..: ,an, heir,- France 'would b i y e, dance ,floor with -his busineSs-sult. ',.,.. ,, -, iterzop ,.,
'!,,,x- cats, from, -publier embarrassment ig':::e::-:. 1--t0:::i:iii, k
and vacatIonists from -Tobacco Road as typical ,,U.S.-citizens. ,:: ;,The new tube's:the thing,',,Hlk,For ',started charging thes', Moriegsi., ed friend,'"- the while,: surrounded .... :: F. I, i..:...:.
it vvas then agreed" to announce' a gi:ig:iiiiiii: ;i:iniMigigi ,, ; ::
: Justice': involves recogn!zingt the : rights of others.-- Panama years now there have been hum e t es- and taxes is a chi. by distinguished-looking gentlemen .:, :. ,n
SU S ix '' '''' "voice" v le nct 11 flex !"- rd red ":::::::::::::::::'''' lti :::i;t:2:2:::.:2.:: ..;! ',
: ostensibly :leeks Justice,' so it follows that she must have rights.', dreds of skilled -.workers at the ty word In Monaco. ,,, the:, pritt,' i in Impecceable' clotites -;11.-dait0 4 :,:: , 7 ,...1"1",..
- ', s 4 the Democrats' not to ., diecuts ii,:::;:i:,:,:,::::::::,,
: :',' What are the shape and-form of-these lights,. Sovereignty in' Lancaster,,,RCA',,plant,livint" and eipalityt-51ti-sall,,It 5Atin,,,Peti' int -together..And Cannes -; should. -.;.'",:-::-.., C-,,ot ", .' 7 ';. ; what: had:happened ,in the clesed. :iiii;nig'i':.T
1 her dOMX1M- Joint tenancy. in-the:, canel,-purguit,,,,of hapniness working in industrial peace under would -::::::::::::::,;::!:,::;::,:,,:::1:: .::',,.5
be,en: exaggeration,: sinClk: be off-hnuts to, Lady ,Docker? .:: :.. ,,,' .,;5,14 5. i..: ... ..,.,. .0nri ssiott ,,, : ,,., ..4,,: i:::.:i::i:i:::Bizi::. :.:::x:x.::::::::::::::::,:, : ,.
' S, and the maintenance of peace and order within het borders. a ,contract between the corpora. there-are' bigger, tin ,t, pets In
"I:feel about Lady- Docket!: like : : :! 1...-...,,,,, 0...;110,., .3 (..;1 ,. .., 0,.. e
ITALOAM 5 ll IC II.N MATO RS .:' ::.tiiiI:i.:ig:Mi'i::, --
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7 :, Should the U.S. continue to clabn soyezeigntv in the Canal tion and the International Brother. Texas -- Is a tiny suburb our; r felt about Rita Hayalorth': when '. '2; 5 :1,2"; : .: i -.-
Th t s- ,,b in ,: i-i,::::,:,::::::,::
e nes governor e. , io w ... .....:,
Zone and adjacent land essential tct protdcethe Canal, that po po.
. po. wood of Electrical Workers. : 'rounded by- 'Englishmen who ni;' she was cavorting unmarried ",a- :, ',., 5!. ,:. ., 9
- -talon ,could lay the basis for Panamanians. born bi the Canal ,,,, ,..,,,,,,, ., ',., 41 ., r Ma gin. ,they tweak- French,i and' rotind the" world with'Aly Khan, r; '....;--,:::',..,-,.,,...,', ":. ,1- ,,:. ,,17.,
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' -: Zone to demand U.S. citizenship by right of birth on American Now that plant, in labor' Jargon, French., whe Imagine they speak 'or' Aly Khat,-istid, dragging. her Its- :", , .,. ,, :: ,,,,,,,,..,.:. A ;: 4,4 ,,
And if fliwsnauermrn-suretint id i:, -,, tAlt -:: ,(:
- the IlickoryGrill.ini,Clevelarld are ,-5".1k.L :- t5 :.:,:.i.5. :
:' EC :'':' '-' :- '' '.: ,-;' .;- ".J:: :' :'' '' '- '- : :,:"'-'''' -"--'"- is being "raided"' by the left.wing English.. ,', L. .: ::-:. i- :., : i. sue by Grson-Welles ,wtth ,heri 'f - :::::::::::::::
, .., : : Actually thi:U.S. it officially ..:-opPosed to' 1 granting ,. such , ,
United Electrical Workers. This tt. -2. .. 1, ; 'I'. 4$-: '1 ''', -' .': :-, i . ,--". -- 7 -' ,f'' :' ''- 1 ..
accurate., he,will, bar:Mike DiSs114 '-: .: '::,
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Enc. er,..rrice namininralor.- otv 1 ': 1
- blicz clurc lug auyereignby ,,ovwr Ine Latnal ,.zone,a3 niOn has lit the last few weeks 1. ; ., ,. ,
, in3rthical, thett claim entails :91311gatianat,as rIghts, stirred tkingi tiP at the thorough- 1 , ? 6!. ,: enteen,' out of....n!nettett. Cley.e.land

walla' Lim u.o.---auruALAy alum; ur acutpL3 a3 tney suit ner Iv unionized plant. It has sent its I ; : $ - 4 i newsmen preolet inbaue- Awn 1 - 1

, ambitions and ends. Mese 21g-zags cannot. continue much longer
iiiresident Athert Fitzgerald, in. It I I the -,DeMosr.stin orint!ry... al Iigol
IF o:A" 0.7.0 aoin 107 WV
I Dresident of tilt ebnledorktat I
- WHERE' HEAtTH 'St:PLEASURE

resse or .taevelsno
otstes of America -during the I
WLIAIUM ureaunir unao5 tneir waxe lb: imPeried its General Organis.1 , 4 4mEEr, e, 1
4 I PsistlYlrh'u;lePlbd Political 'rends 1 w
0 Claiming sovereignty over a territorial or political division Jirp 1Wdies, who hss been ,
i ; 4 I Jest sr etween the 'State

- ----- --,s uucu ,wilaivaove IIIIUVA aid I .; PN. ,,: r
.:, ' iltst elected-Ao the presideticy
sOltitelir. Miele Ram usintr mieht awain ,he tilt! in long I r.d.1 h.6;.ty h.i.ff r t,-;:.,:?; .: ..; !,- .- .1 h. TlAwnnorat Use sr finntir 'is. nem

- - On Feb.:9,1861, by the con I
impose his will as hi-renounces certain obligations inherent in munist.'
1 1 Ito -4teitt In November.- I gnomes. "I, 41.. ',A...ita-ft-6.. A :

year later be wag reTeleeted
,N; Pied IMOODUIPt but .neeesairy 11'"- w'' Nv"lcmviduY 41'
te.Treety betlyeeri our countries requies re- t Soon the UE11 SecreterY-T7r e a. , P 111! 11 11911' 10 lib of keenint down inflation ea

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mauling m tne light Or current thinking and considerations. surer,' Jules Emspak, speak or tv,." t 1;1 ,, Prion-;Admlnistrator durint the
iv a auto:Tar tcrlit uy yor- :
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"- D. P. there. ,lle has been reerred to as - it A 1111 Koreolli at Sn.me, .h.ona.4617, Ives -vtte.

a
, -Lmmrane Juniper- in ne t !k of, .7.!. .,v ,; 1 i lilt I, WiSn 1141 were oecK on inn Imit,! 4 0 liritanniee, Jr.,Zneyelopedit
, , LIGHT ZICADINCL.:,..''''',;1 gressional hearings.: 4 toththe' two in pemocratitLfsit,
. gy- ) write, g very, good lette.r 1,1141. sanit mon. ,, ere Itelo-AmeNcant. r
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i Rot about the. recent epidemic of trattio lighte going up 'in led th Lig almost ten years e . :
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, sno canal zone. Ah I can say about them is that whorier dream ion Nov. 1,' 1941, when, tin, at. 1 --- '. : ,, -.. .. . . .
' ad up and designed t,hets things should be ashamed of himself. emir Inorgy Commisioli direst... r A
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I veiled 1:41,- aaharned to design a layout and.,waste public moneY ,od tbs. Gonolsol liottrie Coro. .. (. ,. E.N1)ft.i AJ, V 1,.
("DOOR WING ALLYEAWROUND.'ilit'NNT. It - .13- s''n 'II ?
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w I, 'traffic' control system that la doing more. hunt than good. to withhold rocognition of this !' '. ,'' , -. .. ,,,. ,,, ,,, '''' .4 .'' ' - I',' - , t,,., ., -,
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' tr Shiro Is any question on this letter-statement, let's put tt'uP outfit as, bargaining, ogont for ,.. ... .., ., , ,. 4,-- .... ..: ,- ,.. .,.. .... ''
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141 41 me of people. I know whit 9$ pexcent of them would aay,I werkers at the' highly secret 1. 7 Lem' we nave a
, aneaKing MI11141 IS WWI AUL IMAC An, I
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Coining down :Gaillard Highway towards Corozalwe still 1- GE ritessech -and devslopment -. 4. k IN I N IA 3 111 never worries 110011b pt c3cliu uvcs Volk" OM
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'lave to Itt waround the -horn" to tet to Diablo. when we have I tenter. at Knolls Labaratt in' I r
1: 1 4 4 All, 111 proLect Ala yAvcutInulys JP; rail? !.tom tvg.of c 11 -7,

crossing a; imarook directly, to Diablo:but art' hot allowed to 1 Schenectady. 1 I
, .-009' tt,7- ie- :it ;IN ..'111 MS. i!C! ?:111(1 niS triTite 1,U41J1:11., ALLA...111 VA14:!yr4a

, '0,111 ':,-, , , : : -; , l :, I ,,, but,. 'or ma moment, Alc. accula Lt..; luau v4i
, of the Diablo Road ,lights,can anyone'tell me ithat Of 'eourse,,- the troited.,Electric ,.. QV' :' ::) .'.; y - ,,,'' '' ''' '- '
Is:the:Mir Pose et the-set of lights on the Coroza) side of the al workers union is doing nothing :,: k, - ', 7' '1 4 r,- Being a milktortst tvpe, ourselves. -we :insure
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, posaing?They.serye uo purpose except to hold up traffic ant- illegal in its trortz to sw.ing the ; I '" .- thhtg but the family cat. We see,,trouble ,coming ,mile
.,, 141, vsaAdlotfrin et ns, flarif re 1

ing mane a right turn into Diablo Why not turn theft off.i1,500 .11CA wofters from Vie
15- A: liVo'N.' - ViVA sL 1 WIrrrr ' away, SIMI UUS.1145 ukc ws.,auot. am. vAl, W. W. IOW 11 e
Samson maid they ware riaaammare tn slInto tnnt'ttottio ornlo I V.W tit tho indonondent 11E. That !a t -:r WA ". avoid it. That'S why we wOnder why' otherwise' smart

- Diablo Road to gi't to. the bus -s-t'op71-n-ih-e-m-0-nt-h-s-ArpCi taw And t,,.. ' , ,people do so little to, protect tneir houses, ana POS8eS310113
instailation have never seen anyone making this crossing. the LIE is acting within the lsw 1 against, insect damage in the troPics.
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Another disaster probably dreamed tip by the same master eveA theother day .100 Av,t2fk IL , a ,400.1r". The cheapest forM of household Insurance against
.

sruno loose titres moo steel posts, fined with concrete, mstalled ers in Lancaster mom a pewtion a- 7
along Gaillard Highway, just a few inches off- the. roadbed. saying ,they did pot want the : rA '
nd
- termites, wood-borers' Ind 'house)iold insects is systematic
imaginp what would happen if you trieti to. dodge a drunken ;- -
, 4 A , , turnititrit vttntcPrn gorvir0. thA inect-contIol brOnCh
, 1, A, monthly' inspection ttnd -treattnent to your home a

eirl!stsdriver tyt one the bridges, rermeriywo tiRd sh0414.tht,jmy Per Mit 1!ars .:114tY III WiliZi;rTelitu-iaTiievefo-n-me-rit at Panama st797 -:

, rtn.5 ro!,d ptc!tlidtr to drive or emergencies. Now with Tosious yelationf.oglren 1 1NAS);,:l 1111111ent "!., ',' .:CO'ion- 4777. Well 'do .yoUr 'worrying for yoU II.

alLyv pr.!! Jusz le! mu?! tne TOftiped a quick pirr!i!ts nrMDril corpuptwou,:w ,. .:s 7
s4unizintly small : ii

MIK M frilltlhall va AAA trita a Amu At stadia atirrafi lay wnrK

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ftdvisory Council Urges Voluntary
One-Year Freeze On AVakcs, Prices

HOT SPRINGS, Va. (UP) -The
Business- Advisory -Councils
anti-re"ssion committee urged
Presi atffEisenhow yesterday
to seek a one-yea voluntary, freeze
on wage and price increases.
The committee advised against
tax cuts now but said such, ca cation
tion cation might becomes necessary 11
"the decline. in general consump.
tion" continues. j .',
The council is,.a semi-ofljcial
group formed ;25 years,, ago -to, ad advise
vise advise the secretary, pf tommerce.
Its more than 100 m e m P e r s
opened a. two-day conference here
to discuss national and ., interna,
tional economics with -top govern,
,ment officials. w ... y
The committee's .anti-recession
rnnrt mnrip M Chairman T. V.

Houser of Scars.'Boebuckiand Coi,.

jecommendedfithatf ite rrasiaem;
"cal for,avoluntary( tine-year
moratorium on further 1 wage Tate
inproase v iabori and: onr. cme.

(ponding pnoe?iBQreaaeS:.bj!: busi

ness," a'" .-' '
' The report t wasfput before tne
full council 'for discussions f
A similar proposal for a wage
freeze was hooted 'down at the
last AFL-CIO conventioni But it
was not linked with a price mora moratorium.
torium. moratorium. f l u ... 11
Council members ww;di.vided
on whether the recession -would
become more serious : out were
generally agreed that iUhad
proved to -be more ... severe than
was anticipated ; several, BXonths
ago. - 1 1
Ahe Houser- dommittee recom recom-mended
mended recom-mended that a tax cut,- if it
should become necessary, should
be accomplished quickly by a
percentage reduction across the
board in personal income., taxes.
Members were divided V 1 qorpo qorpo-rate
rate qorpo-rate tax reduction and uie taan.
ner in which federal e x tfi s e
" ( sales taxes should be reduced.

' A special taxation' committee
renort. made : bv 'vice chairman

' Paul- C. sCabotJ1 president of the

State .: Street : invesimenii Lorpi-.,
Boston, also opposed tax cut at
this time. j t
; v Vrg Jrax Revision
) But it Said Ccfifgress should aim
toward fevMbn of the entire
itructur! ''if a' reduction becomes

necessary,J including' removal of

"punitive Upper bracket rates,''
lowering the corporate rate from

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THE FIRST TICKET on a 1955 Chevrolet Station Wagon to be
raffled as. 'the first prize in this year's JNavy Relief Drive m
the Fifteenth Naval District, is bought by Rear Adm. George
Wales, commandant, loth -Naval District,' from Mrs. Elmer
Moore, president of the local Navy. Of fleer's Wives Club. This
year's campaign -for contributions to the Navy; Relief Organ Organization
ization Organization began Wednesday &t the Headquarters, 15th Naval
District, with a brief address' by Wales to volunteer workers
and campaign ftianagers. The drive will continjie throughout
May, with the -final ceremonies to be held over CFN-TV on
June 6.' Other 'prizes, to be awarded persons holding the lucky
tickets at the June 6 -drawings are: (Second Prize) The
. winner's choice between a Duomatio Washer-Dryer, or a John-,
son 18-horsepower outboard motor. (Third Prize) tThe win winner's
ner's winner's choice between a Necchi Supernova Sewing Machine, or
a General Electric 21-lnch Television. Tickets are -now on sale
throughout the Fifteenth Naval District at $1 each.
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Widow Accused Of Poisoning Four

Turned Bedroom Into Witch's Lair.

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52 to 50 per .cent and repealing
some excise taxes, v '
, To "sprinkle a lew dollars", to
each 'taxnaver ill the1 form of a

quick' reduction would not cure
fundamental evils or assure a re resumption
sumption resumption of business growth, the
report said.
The committee supported a
speed-up in federal spending al already
ready already approved for highways de de-fense
fense de-fense and. needed? ..public works
but ppqsejl,i ijiakewo5k federal
projects i '".t, r, 1
' The anti-recession com mittee
agreed a tax cut was more de de-sirable
sirable de-sirable than big s p e n d 1 n g pro programs.
grams. programs. But it said there probably
would pot be -time .'or basic tax
revision, although it would-be de de-sirab'e
sirab'e de-sirab'e f pr the' long-term ; good of
the economy. .' A P
. Titeanwjjile the, ,)r6saept of one
of the nation's major retail or or-ganizations.
ganizations. or-ganizations. predicted .that food
prices, will.continufi highwell into

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i WASHINGTON (UP) Two

House education subcommittees!

yesterday approved a 260 million
dollar space age program to help
needy science and mathematics
students get through co.lege.
But Rep. Carl Elliott (D-Ala.)
chairman of one. of the groups,
said the four-year, scholarship scholarship-loan
loan scholarship-loan plan would remain open to
change until the entire education
bill comes up for a vote in about
10 days. ;

No strings regarding suDjects to
be studied were attached to the
program, But both Elliott's bill
and an administration proposal
recommended that preference be
given science' and mathematics
students.
The four year program wou'd
provide "25,000 scholarships a year
limited to $1,000 each, and 40 mil

lion dollars annually for $1,000
studlent oans. It was an .out .outgrowth
growth .outgrowth of widespread con cern
over this country's status in the

labels "lucky sweetheart," 4'good

luck," "sachet powder, sprink sprink-ling
ling sprink-ling powder" and "root oil."
Wood said a bottle of the "root
oil" also was found on Mrs.
Lyles' person when she arrived at

the jail. t

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Three possible motives for the
poisonings have been 1 uncovered,
Wood said, and are being ex.
plored. One is the fact that Mrs.
Lyles inherited two thirds of the
estate of. her first husband's
mother, one of the victims. The
mother-in-law, Mrs. Ben F. Lyles
Sr'. wrote in her will that Mrs.
Lyles' had been ; "like a real
daughter" to her. 1 (
Wood said the other victims
were Marcia Elaine, the daugh.
ter, who died April 5; the first
husband," Ben F. Lyles Jr.; and
Joel Neal Cabbert of El Paso,

Tex., the second husband.-"

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1 WuthnritieK said arsenic traces

found in 'the bodies of all

four victims. The death occurred

over a period of six years,

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ACADEMY 60$S-Rear Adm.
Charles L. Melson,- above,- a
veteran of World War II and
' Korean, fighting, has been
' named as the 40th superintend-.
"ent of the "U.S. Naval Academy
r pt Annapofis,'Md The 53-year-'
old admiralwllf take over the
' post w June;' succeeding Rear
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MACON, "GaT (UPr -"A pretty
widow accused of poisoning four
relatives converted her bedroom
into a witch's lair and. practiced
bizarre voodoo rituals there, dep.
uties said yesterday.
The disclosures 1 were made
after Mrs. Anjette Lyles, 32, was

transferred from the local hospital
to' a jail cell yesterday f She has

been charged With taking the
lives of two husbands, 'a mother.
inJaw and her own 9-year-old

aaugncer witn arsenic.
1 Sheriff James I.VoodrnWhenOb.

tained a searcbwwarciuitaad buntu
ed through tlve wman's, .20,000

split-level home for clues in the
case, aid Mrs. Lyles' bedroom
was equipped with a full supply
of sorcery equipment. There. were

fetishes of men and recipes for

love potions, he said: along with

four bottles of rat jjcuson, with'.an,

arsenic. Dasa .au trmog tjvi dJ

The home was searched 1 Tues.'

day after deputies served murder
warrants on Mrs. Ly.es in the

hospital, ; where she was under
treatment. ;or ja "nervous break

down. 1 1

Authorities began their investl

gat4n jafleii-. Eeleative8' of Heg

Lylesi received anonymous letters
concerning the woman's activi activities.
ties. activities. -I

Please come at once,'! one let

ter said. "She-is getting the same
dose as the others." The "she"
turned out to'irMTS'. 'Lyles

daughter, MarciMwne, 9, the

sheriff said.

Townsfolk 1 11 1 1 1 interest

stirred by the witchcraft angle in
the case gathered at the jail

yesterday, when Mrs. Lyles was

driven from the hospital and

roi ed into a cell an a, wheelchair.
Sheriff Wood then showed news.

men the odd. assflrtmeiTt of Items

removed from tft Uedroom.

.One was a maaJs soek with a

man's photograph "inside, which

the sheriff said had been pinned
to the springs under the. woman's

bed. Two other pictures of the
same man were found in another
man's sock and in a woman's

There were bottles "of nerns and

potions, and -three black-eafldlesJ-JHian, blows up ,.a "strata,.

spnere" Dauoon kite. The gadg gadget
et gadget is made of the same leather-

light plastic used in giant re-1
search balloons.' 1 Designed to

reach an altitude of some 1,400

, feet, it is to be offered as1 a box-

I top premium by a cerealconv

pany.

There was ; a sheet of paper

bearing this eerie recipe:
"Pan: Love notion first. Mvrrh.

"Dragon- blood out Of heart
naif in an Cr! yi 4 t4 miA

The sheriff said "dragon-blood

apparently was a tube of j solid
brown substance louti among the
items. r-.

- There were bottles bearing, the

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EAST'S hand really calls for a

pass in third seat bui match point
duplicate "players just don't pass
19 nn.nt hanHo in -this DOSlUOn.

He opened one club- and passed his
partner's Ont spade response.
South refused to be shut out and
went to one no-trump. North chose
to raise to two noHrump and that

became the final contract.

West opened a club. East ducked
and South won the trick with the
jacjt. He- knocked out West's act
of hearts next; and West returned
a small snadel East won with the

ace and led back the ten, West

gathered in South's jack with his

queen. ;

Now West made the killing play

He shifted to a diamond. This play

established two, diamonds tricks

for East and set the two no.trump

contract one trick.,

East and West thought they had

good score. North they had a

good score. North could have maile

three hearts and the best n they

could have done' was to make two

spades. It turned out that thev had

a bad score and it was all East s
fault. 1 ,i v

East had violated an important

principle of duplicate which is

that if you are going to open a

poor hand in 'third ''seat sttack

wHh your best suit. East -.should

have' opened one spade.

'West would have raised to two

spades and North and South would

have been nicely shut out of the

Diaaing.

The defense could have gone in

any one of a number of wav nnrt;

aia ii-uib oiner tables where East
onened onev spade but ih Ml cases
when the .smoke of the battle had
cleared away East hud made two

spaaes tor a plus of 110 instead

or iw.

scientific race with Russia

by state agencies. Loans, with a

1

cholarships would be awarded

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West North East South"
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What do you do?
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compete vlnee your two toes must
mean that your' side an afford to
com pete but you Just don't have
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$5,000 ceiling to allow for grad graduate
uate graduate work, would be administered
by colleges and universities which
wouid bev required to put up 20
per cent, in matching funds.

The scholarship provision was
a compromise between the admin administration's
istration's administration's request, for 10,000
scholarships -for four years and
a Democratic bill calling for 40,-

000 annually for six years.

The administration. Diu contain.

ed no provision for loans.

The subcommittees headed by

Elliott and Rep. Cleveland Ja.
Bailey (D-W.Va.) will continue

work next wees on ouier ieai-uies

of Elliott s education bilL a

it would" irrciuoe Aia to colleges
andhighi schools: tto .bolster sci-

ence teaching, grants' to teachers

for advanced study, teaerai teiiow
ships and vocational aid to beef
up training of technicians.
It was Bailev's subcommittee,

which breathed life into President

F.inenhower'a Ions dormant ivt

billion dollar school; construction

bill last week-m an effort to pusn

it' through Congress.
' The bill, now pending before the
full House Education Committee,
was offered by the administration
in 1957. It was reintroduced last
month by Rep. Frank Thompson
Jr. (D.N.J.), ,( subcommittee
member.
The administration i has mad
clear" It will; hot push for-approval
of the construction bill this year
Hut will concentrate on its scholar,
ship and other aid to education
proposals. i 1
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COAL MINERS TRAPPED' v
SASETtn. .Japan (UP) Twenty

nineeoal iera'twio -trapped
and teared',deWyeiterdiy in'a
tunnel flooded with ': sea"' water

when a wall collaDsed. The mine

at nearbv Matsuura City, extends

under the sea. Water began pour

ing' into the shaft at midnight.

More than- 100 policemen and

miners were hampered in 'rescue

operations by the water. "The res.
cuerttrtV"held'0lif 'Bttle 1idpe that

any of the trapped men. were

aiive. i ,

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litAI011 AND MRS. ALVIN R. WEBER ENTERTAIN
FOR ,MAJOR GENERAL AND AIRS, THOMAS L. HARROLD'
,
's,1The General, CS'Artuy Caribbean and Mrs.
Thomu L. Harrold will be the honored guests at a despedi
da tocktall-buffet at the home of Maj. and Mrs. ,Alvin E.
Weber it Fort Kobbe this evening.
Guests will include Brig. Gen. Louis V.- Hightower and
Mts.,Bighlowet, Brig Gen; Paul R. Weyrancb and Mrs. Wey Weyranch,
ranch, Weyranch, senior 'Officers in' General Harrold's command, and
friends from the Canal Zona and

M'' rs: ea rieti Allaii talliot '
-, Far US and Eneleld I ',
Mit. starlos Allan), accompanied
by her sopa Carlos and Brooket,left
- by plane en Thursday for the II II"
" II" nited ,States where she will ,visit
with relatives before going to Hu.
rope, where Mr. Alfaro has been
, appointed Ambassador to the
' Courtof St. James from Panama.
,,
Mrs.., Ste nan Entertained : ,,
',, At Sark, Voyage Party
XrwMortimer J'. Brennan was
,,, the luest of- honor at a surprise
Bon Wayage wiles held at the
Ms' Club at Brozos Heights re reteently,
teently, reteently, Her many friends nresent.
ett her, witii a set of jewelry and
I. g"'"Itt.- Mrs. Brennan la leaving
' riAav 13 with ber husband for
. e'racation in the States. ,Ilonn
their return, thei will make their
' ligme on the Pacific Side. '.
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- mong t a guesti oresent were
., iltesdamea Borniee Grier, Sohnie
' Of Jane Hpidtouiste, Ruby WI
1
.( a, Helen aliAltirds. Patricia
', homeson. Norma DuVall, Eve Eve'
' Eve' lyn Comnton.,,Vna, Wert,. Mild Mild,
, Mild, to4 Sauter, Jean Van der Hevden,
rTillie. Hoteu, Ann DoadoDnot mar.
-111ty. Audo Goldint., Gerry Callue.
4.,.tai Anna Moo Riutcher. Icallv wan wanolut.'
olut.' wanolut.' Jana MeGraw 'and Miss 'Jane
3,11kittembe. '4' 4
'ISibt 0 , L.,.,..... '
t
wore), WArnownso C,Itelp ,.
The CurtmAlt Womoa'a Hob hold
' i '.' oow ,,:ruet;iber, rottoa,, loot Wa.
rtesdav -Marine at On Clirlndu
.'-'"enele111,10" 2bill"ino. "eh& Meet.
111011 wo-Mrs: Miree Redding and
i--Mrs Connie Aiichert '

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'411eltr ernlorS'Introduee st this
moAtin wore ltrs. Sotig lltauch-mqn
tl)Res. Nfidg .1ktfrobl. k'Rilt11
tftltitekew.,e Stitt Mrs:, tottp'i'VV0111
1, man. flther Members. and guests
rront lop? NeteAlflo.'
"11(11 teMbenek, l'orrsine' Vint An An..
.. An.. rtsllorts. Tikon, rrholms ., Gtilhert,
Joon,Pror1v, voliv yomtiton. nene.
!littovia 1111141.- ttS4'17'
:sr,t Johnston. Charlotte Kinnstly,
Ilr,ve like Tholir:s yoltmtines Per Per.
. Per. Tr; etunberg. Me
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ria Brows, Hattie Laird, and Ag Agnes
nes Agnes Ruzickt. : '1
It was announced that club will
hold a card party next Wednesday
at 9:00 cm. at the tome of Mrs.
Liz Benson, 522-B Curundu Heights.
Fort Gulick Chapel Guild
E. F. McClelland. executive-1g,
cretary of t4 USG-YMCA was the
guest apeAer at the regular month
ly meeting of the Fort Gulick Oa.
nel Guild recently; Vicepresidedt
Mildred Ingram' introduced tho
guest speaker who spoke ,s-.; On
"World Services." Mrs. Lola
iMln, President presidetitoverlhee
business meeting.
4 Mrs.- Mary- Jane Pearson and
Mrs. Lucy Gomez' wore weicom,
ed to the Guild, Others nresent
were Mesdames Alice Chaille,, Pitt
Warren,' Units Boadpth; Dord Dordthy
thy Dordthy Roane., Pearl Pest, Clare Ble.
ingame, tole l'Ittrehuyivian Ralnh
and Chaplain (Major) Cam! Chi
ph ,;!7:4
Relagthethentivere served by
Mrs. Pullin:win arid Mrs: Best.'
-
Roo. and Airs. Soerhi;ide
Feted At Dospalida Dinner
, A n hot, desoedida -dinner was
held on Mndav nieht 'in the Fern
Room of the Tivoli Gung 'Rotel
in honor of, the Rev. and Mr.
LestersiSnerhoide,,wl'o with thnir
son. !Stevie gilt leaving- fon the
Statet: '1'1'17'0 '1 1" '''
t Present werer Mr. and Mva
Dwight Anderson, Mr. Charles A?1.
derson. Mr. Otis Baron, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Carroll, Capt.' and Mr.
Wm. Day. Mrs, Francis Darden,
'Mr. and Fred Denton. Dr. and Mrs.
T. Epp) Miss Betty HullAlr. Cecil
Etter, Miss Blinniei-tHonalt,l'"tifrol.-
A. Itoloerseit.,Mt:,
eenee Zones, Mr. and 'Mei. Milton
Leidig. Mr. and Mr C. Alatwttl,
Misv 30,4sie Mark.' flits Aettv Jo
nlItY. Mrs. Beete...rw 'no itait4,
reank Pinn, Nr.' Aft!. totillio
Sfoerl..Miss' Ruth '1',10 'Ntitg Tr,
din Watson, X011 Stile
and Mrt.4,,II. Palmer and, Mrs.
Duncan Willektla 1 till
, No-.,
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Ltatotimb, 1114p,idted, L,11,4, gam dmat lug 1.11 to acoLl, priompl4 law-namloy flow
oft is revived( ly ielpfunes SIVO PelgaMa Z0140 or 144441 ishweit ;10:110 ';n1 10

' lasts optics for inclusion In Am
tolumo should be submitted so
ttelowriiten toms ied mailed se
the best eumbet listed daily in lee
artil Othervise,"- et delivered
be Ned to the Ohm, Notices et
meetints gannet be tempted by
towlines's., et .,t
Society Of American
Minter engineers
The May meeting -the' Canal
Zone post, Society r, Arherican
Military, Engineers, win be held
Monday- evening at the Cerveceria
Nacional on ,, Transisthmian
Highway. A social hour will be
held -.in the. irconditioned lounge
at 6:00 p.m. followed 1 by a tour
of the Brewery, conducted by the
Brewmaster Dinner will be serv
ed 1:30 p.m., foltowed bya
ness meeting., Sport shirts may
be worn., Beservations may' be
secured from Lt. Col; Rogers, Wort
Clayton 2110, George Kruse, Navy
6215r or Julian Hearne, Gamboa
18R. ,
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PRAYER Dlow7
,
MITO, Japan ,L(ttP).--Chaufteur
Akira' Kluchi, lilt Admitted today
that prayers were no antidote tor
drunkenness. A lipsy !Chichi stop stopped.
ped. stopped. at. the Kashima shrine early
yesterday,- to pray be would not
hovel an autcl. accident He' ran. in
to eoncrete!,bridae 'on the 'WAY
1 home.. and injured., himself and
1 four .pasenoors.--
4,:.t Ut, '1C44,

Registration ,er .4
Stout pimp Ertended ,
, Registration. top Brownie knd
termediste, Day Camp lila been
extended until May .12.
tion Forms art ayailable at the' A
Girl Scout Office. I

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Grinnin

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SHARPLTS, W. 'Va.', (VP)
Iteseue workers led '24 grinning
coal miners t,o, freedom today
front a mine where a sudden
flobetraplied thein for nearly 17
hours.

Wheit water from a rau4wol'en
pond broke through into the main
passageway yesterday, the veter veteran
an veteran miners calmly gathered in a
kfo-ff.4, 4

,JEWO YOUNG MODELS weiring red and white sailor dresses,' who were seen ati the Cristoi3a1
Women's Club hmcheon and fashion. show tee ently,' Prom, left to right they are 'Mary Ann'
Pennock and Betty Jane Reit , ,
,

Sfe
Section.

higher section of the 'Anine end
waited Or aid to leach them.
none wat.hurL, 2' 4 ,'
"No one was really Icared,"" 4
section foresnati Robert tirner,,
49, said ter ,refiching the Sur,
face. "Some of us tried to find
a Way out, but couldn't find SOY.
There was no use getting panicky
or lost, so we lust- eat, We all
knew there were people 'working
, to let us .1
Relatives and friends ',githered
around bonfires outside tne mine
as 'three rescue teams worked
throughout the night. A four-man
crew finally made its way through
a, labyrinth of tunnels In a long longworked
worked longworked out area of the mine and
reached the men by breaking
down,a barrier sealing oft the pld
section., e
' The first men were brought ta
the surface through an- a Nina
about 4:30 S. nt and the -rescue
wall completed an hour later.
Alsione of the miners appeared
'the worse for their ordeal. Willie
White, 47, a miner since he whs
13, 'laughingly declared: "l kept
them alive. AA"
"I told jokes from' start to ad adish,"
ish," adish," he said. "I always believed
we would get 'out. There wasn't
a hit of doubt in my mind."
' But prayers were saidtIon.
Three of the trapped miners are
11180 ministervand two are church
deacons. t
Gus Phillips, 42, said hir waited
at the barricade shutting 0,1 the
oid section of the mine. A
"1 couldn't steep,',' he s'aig.
"You think of many things sit a
time like that. Finally, someone
pounded on the barricade. and
broke through a imall hole.
'I heard a voice saying, 'That
yo Gus?' That's all. I needed.'
must have -Tun a quarter of
mile to tell the others that hero
had come,",
It was an hour before word
reached the surface that the men
were safe. The rescue shaft was
more than 6,000 feet from the
point -where the men had gath gathered.
ered. gathered. :
As the men emerged shouts of
joy went tip. Crawford L. Wi son,
Weld Virginia ? mines chief who
was directing the reSeue efort,
cried, "Hallelujel"
Turner and two 'other foreirin
remained lad until in their
men were out and then they
crawled up the 125 'foot spiral'
steps leading up the air Shaft;
Tears ran doWn the face Of
Turner's wife as she greeted him,
although she had waited in calm
confidence throughout the night.
, "I'm glad it's all over, but ,I
bid faith in Bob' to come out of
there 'alive," she said. "He has
been brought up in, these niines.t!
One of the rescued m tT
shrugged Off bis experience.
"I'li be back to work toinot.
row," said Grady Zickafoose. "It's
the only thing 1 know.t

Service Clubs Plan
furious Activities,

, :, Discover tor youmIt the many wonders ot tills totally new pen 6 als- , , ,- ,, , ,, , k
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1 ,, tine born 1117 ottiet pen in this world! l , ,, ic , , , For Coming Wee
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. , , . Service club activities for the
.', 7 '' '''' 1 s ' 4. ' i ; , - coming Week include I Whiit' Was
. '' '' ' -' ' ; THe NEVs ' ' ;.' ,-,' ,', ', i. -: i
. ': , 1 r km)adlor.n, et7o9begullielllhitw7 teFdn'3ertsdty teFdn'3ertsdty'
' teFdn'3ertsdty' ,' i '', ..'-; ' 4
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' I , ,, dependents ere invited to take part
' ' ' '. '1 ', I I '' f A , in the program which is 'patterned
.
, 4 '', -- k lifter television's "141h a t's My
Latin' dance' classes contihui as
''''''''''''''""--6--'''" '; tartest results verl optimum wrlting perfetreente too Porker Quink le iouLtarket.,6,1,De
9, , - ,,, ,, ,.. , ,., 1 , One-orthe-leaturc-attractionsat
.: ,00 ,' r : ' ', .. .,. . 0 1 ' -- the Amador club. no group meets
. at 6:30 p.m. each Thursday to
, . .,.. .. 7 ' 1414 :. learn the chkeha-cha, bolero, me me.
. me. rengua and other popular dances.

s' Children and teen-., itgerst.take
to her immedistely, because she
doesn't limit her conversation with
them to asking questions. And
she doesn't talk down to -them
She- simply treats young people
like anyone else.
Young ,ptople like being treated
like peopleo,
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Everywhere you go there is
a conveniently plated plated,LUCAS
,LUCAS plated,LUCAS Agent, specially'
, equipped and with trained,'
( staff at your service. In
this 'district We ire privi-.
leged officially,to represent
the largest 'car 'battery

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'manufacturers.11 'the
, country. ;,
all battery. ant 'car
:;electrical, mattersi,', a'
:have special facilit:-v- and
equipmentto give yc !rapid,
'skilled :,,and
service. .,

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(MOTORES, NACIONALES)
Automobile Row rhone 2-0787

HERE'S a letter from a min a abvit
bvit abvit .8 young couple that lives in
his' neighborhood. Mecouse it
written by o man, -it may be an
Ore opener to young wives who
think they are 41above" house.,
Work.
The letter .sayr. 111 h r e's o
,yowe, cOtirle in oijr heiihborbood
I AviSh YoU could help by ,writing
on srticle on the importance of a
well kept home.'
..About a year ago they bought
one of the' nicest homes sear us.
That is. it's attractive on OP OW
side, But the inside is o different,
story. ,

Irk the furniture., They have
bourht somit ifonniture. tut the I
hmulg, is siwAyo
4t,im, the husband, has a hard
Sob, but a 'well.paid one. Ile earns
enough to live well., But a man
can't live well with a lazy, care.
less wife. And his wife, Mary. Is
witimit A doubt the laziest. slop.
',lest, the rnost -unprideful house.
keener I have. ever seen.,
am sure Jim must 'ha ve
1 seen potentials in her. else he
wouldn't have married, her. But
sh isn't- developing tiny of the
potentials.:
- 'goes off withont his break,
last, Ris, wife doesn't, get, tot on.
til hours lster. Then pile reads,
watches TV. drops in for roffee
with a oe;nhbor, ete., 'until the
day goes by.,
"When Jim comes h.ome the
house is in a tnessand if Any".
one droos In. 'there ora dirty dish.
es about, unirottel, clOthes stark.
eft high (often on choir in the
living room). and Jim ooks em.
ber-anied. att he' 'stores anough
stuff to give the caller I place to
dowst.
' !,'MvsWifn and ore 'older thnn
Jitn't,"4 'Nfarv anti, it is I rattily
IMO Of our bosineas; But it bur,
tee vomit wifa who toot,
he Snide!" Orida It) toRfdott o0,4
Inttinn her' Job olirte ont of
ottrA o
-'1111"01r AA latter IV wife
who shittict 14;tt 4,Ihttioe brititek,
WOrk",,Iii 1040We enoorh for IseiA"
Coroslerg hOoleoiRker northt to
itoowIrt titt
' Iftelettbset.,
tweet. lat, Ai titlietRM4 aeettleA
fittiat 14 hirirftbet 11,60, ruin loh; she
rm.tto 1,,,,4, lief, too,

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'Moo rq f4tifl 1101.V1e4 1'1"t
"'tit '''114 .011,141 1. of tf of Itrit
1004 pool P( 7 o'clock Tttegrlav ovo
1(4tni'lltek poryleo lio
iebPd111104 '4,1Alioot betatt
P11101. 101.'11 fr take Pine 10
710 p.M. Thttrsill.

By MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
In a recent column I suggested
that the wife of an unfaithful hus husband
band husband refrain from asking 'their
children to share her resentment
of him.
In response to it,-a Mrs. N.
writes, "It's people like you who
are wrecking this country. My
husband is living with another wo
man. Do I tell my children that
he is good so that they can grow
up to commit adelterytor? A
man. who breaks his marriage
vows is a sinner. A person like
you who's afrsid to call badness
bad is responsiblia for our crime
and delinouency..." '-
Just hold on a minute, Mrs., N
Tel lin your child that his fa.
ther is hati,iti not quite tte saw
thing is condemninft the criminal
whose sin is reported in your news
met -
Yonr child Is' no' re:Wed -to the
criminal. The erimInst hasn't car
ried him to the bathroon everV
night at 10 min. The criminsl Itts
tint shown him Imw to operate hls

Corigressgal

Awo tj ms

administratiye assistant, a spokes.'
matt said today. L-
An aide In Mrs, Knutson's office
quoted the Democratic congress congresswoman
woman congresswoman as saying in a telephone
conversation from "somewhere in
Minnesota", that "Of course I am
going to run" ,for a third term.
The aide said there was' no
discussionof dropping the admin.
istrative assistant, Bill Kjeldahl,
despite the demands of M r s.
Knutson's husband, '1.
The husband,' Andrew 'Knutson,
46, said earlier this week in Ok Oklee,
lee, Oklee, Minn-4 that he wanted his Wife
to quit politics and come heome.
He had slight change of mind
yesterday and said he would not
object ,to ,her political career if
she got ,rid of Kjeldahl;
Knutionr Who galled
the dictator of Mrs. Kputson's 011
fice, said she might even" come,
to Washington under, such circum circumstances.
stances. circumstances. But,then again he geld he
didn't think he'd like' it lit the
Capital.
KnItt'son's,;aideic,said the
congresswoman has "the greatet
confidence in the'world" in Kjel KjeldahlAfter
dahlAfter KjeldahlAfter all, he's a fine ad administrative
ministrative administrative assistant."
Mel nice spokesman indicated
the 46-y0r-old congresswoman ap apparent
parent apparent y was -net outwarely
pressed by the furor, over her pa palitical
litical palitical 'career and her, husband's'
publicly-aired charges that it had
broken, up their home life:
"She's a wonderful person," the
aide said. "She hat one qd the
best disposition I have ever run
into, and it was no different to today
day today than' it was three days ago."
' Mrs. Knutson, has been living
in Washington with her aged
mother since her election to con congress
gress congress fouryears ago. The Knut
son's 18-year.old son, Terry, is in
college.. - ,-
Meantime, a lady' coll'eague of
Mrs, Krtutson, Rep. Gracie Plost,
(D-Idaho), rallied to her side.
Mrs. Pfost said xts. Knutsoni
husband tight to come to Wash

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child has no memories of Le t.t.
minal'a goodness to come 11110
conflict with your condemnation.
But when you telt him that Ms
faher is bad, memories of 0 his
fathe0 goodness come into very
painful gonflict with your ,Irchet.
mentl :
That is why we spare hia fatter
the king of condemn4ion we y
wish to make of other sinners k't.
refrain.trom- iL not in fear
calling our husband's badness t.;
but in mercv to the child who-hal
exnerienced htm air good. 3
In mercy we give the child itir
time hr needs to digest his nevi,
shoeltt-n" Ar,erience of., his fa.
thert$ a oknegit- and '(,nie to
his own moral pyierne-1 it.
Sometimes we inst (re
hitl the time.
-
Our pain is, so great, It
ron't beat" It alone 0,1 CO
driven to ask the child o i
pith Its .shafe 'it. It vdy
easy to NI ourselves that hitt de
mard for his sormort- Is, trainTng
in .rightenua --,0Atwnott
wool ane evil.'But this self
sit" IS also dostructive, -
It Is what blinds Its to nur right
tO real Sunnort from some-under,;
standing,'solitvkttin can heln
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Christmas toys. The erimipst jig sipn ls also dostructive
not nickod him lin when, he fen It js what bliorls tis to our mitt
elniu'l roc repot him the story tit IO rent sunnort from Rome -onler,;
tittle Sambo. So when you standlno,' ,ho rein hell)
denounce the criminal as bad, your tet rill or our bitoterable

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WASHINGT' ONNII.IPi'l Blondeibeen Mrs. Knutson's assistant
.
Congresswoman C o y a Knutson ever since she tame toWashing.
definitely plans to run for re.elec. ton. , i, : ,,,
tion to the House and has !the I One of Mrs.', Knutsonr ;clerks
greatest conldence" in ler young said Knutson's charges that Mel. l
administratiye assistant; a spokes. dahl ram tbe congresswoman's of.
mail said today. L- r, lice in -4 1 heavy-handed- fashlOil
has never beeu
in the o,fice as far as I know,"0
h'e"M(Kr;e1Kdanhult)"111's the Lice Man.
- An aide In Mrs, Knutson's office were "silly."... ,, ,,
ager and he has' to be the man.
qewouoonmvteea drns atathiseo n8Datyer imonmgo c ritras ot i time etcweothneeg rprheeosnisne.
ager." But she said he is easy Jo I
work for and "we have a pretty
gMolinhnge stoot ar"u, nth, a, ti, or" Oaf ctohuirrds e tIramm,
di Ts rhues s i oa ni cleoi sdariodp.p' ithhgettehe wi:idsm inn!
good working force?' ',
istrative assistant, Bill Kjeldahl, The clerk said Kjeldahl' "i;ai.
despite the demands of,,,,,M,r s.
, somewhere in Mrs. Knutson's cOn.
Knutson's busband;? ;,,,l1, ,,,' ,,,, gressional district yesterda. ,A
.
..
'rhe husband,' Andrew 'Knutson, Mrs. Pfost, who is serving her ,"
46, said earlier this week in Ok. third term in Congress,, said sht '
lee, Minn-4 that he wanted his wife couldn't ufiderstand Knutson's at.
to quit politics and come henna. titude because her own husband
He had li slight change of mind has been, "entirely" different"
yesterday and said he would not "I would not be in Congress If
object-to her political career if it were 'not for my husband," she 1
she got rid of KjeldahC, r. 0. ,. saieln a' statement,' "Hm Urged
i Knutionr Who tailed Kieldalil -MS,,,to rim in the first place, and
the dictator of Mrs. KnutSon's oI. he has beta at,imy side ever
gime , S i,.'$,.. )
flee, said she might even" come, .0 ,- ,, ..,,,,
to Washington under, such circum. - 0, ; P
OM Pt te 'eh' li
stances. But.then again he delft he rs. os sat er usband is"
didn't think he'd 'like' It bi tl!e not on her, office payroll. But he
capital. ,, ,,, ,., ,, , , works in her 'office both:in Wash.
,.,Mrsit KnIdsoniciaideic,sild.4.the ington and in Idaho, campaigns
congresswoman has "the greatet with her and travels Ihrough her
confidence in the" world" in Kjel. congressional '0'' district to study
dahlAfter all, he's a fine ad. 'problems, ,she said. ,, -,,,,, wz ; i
ministrative assistant." ''
The nice spokesman indicated Mrs. Prost said he also offers
the 46.yOrold congresswoman op. suggestions, some of ,whicb .11 a
parent y 4 was -net 0eutwarely 'de. accepts end' some et,' which Ash'
pressed by the furor, over her pm. turns down. , -.,,,,.

"By no ineans do I alstays take
My husband's recodimendationV!
she said. "But I always listen to
them, and I am grateful for
suggestions. Then I makc up my
own mind, as .anyone who knoWs
me well is aware,"..
Plost 'said-Mfs, 'Knutsoo
had done a "tremendous job" for
the people of her district.
' "If there IS any giving' to' be
done," she said, "It ,seems- to
me under the circumstances mr;
Knutson should :do .some o the
, giving. ' ,":

ington and help his wife with the! "lie should eome here told hell)
'"heavy burdens". of her office if 1 his wife carry ithe heav' burdens
he is so, anxious to spend more 'she has assumed for the people
time with her. That is what hor of her congressional district."--7,
husband did Mrth Plost said. ,
Aides in Mrs., Knutson's orice Mrs. Pfost said it woulvt be tilt,
said Kjeldahl was about 29 and ferent 11
had attended St. Ola"s Oollego in volved, but Mrs. Knutsoh's on
Minnesota and the University )f grown and ',either' in 1011ege -or
Minhesota law school. lie hail with hi mother.'.

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'1' ' ; If i,,.. 7 ,., .. s'"w "" '' ' -' i ' "'' ",""""'' 't ', ,t1' husband oveht to tome to Wash.! ' ,,
. t ; ' V 1 ; ,.. 1 matteil00'"A".''''''''.i, ,. -,, Gus Phillips, 42, said ne- waited -"About a year ago hey o uent
r , ington and help his wife with the! "He should eome here knd help ,,
, at the barricade shutting 0,1 the one of On nicest .homes sear us.
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, old section of the mine. a That is, it's attractive on the out. he is so, aniouti to spend more 'she has assumed for the people ''
I A ,4 a ---;---EIlt.4. ." : "1 couldn't sleep," he saig. side, But the inside is a different, time with her. That is what his. of her congressional district"--7,. ,'
g "You think of many things stt a story. , ',., ,, : ,, husband did Mrs) Plost said. ' .- , - .....,;,,,
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411:::;;411;111:14i:' ':: :' 1 : '''..--:iet.'11 1, ' "1 heard a voice saying,' 'milt hm4flo is .alwolya A ,mesS.
i ,' w ,' i, ', ;;. 1 : , , 4r Minnesota and the University )f grown anti ',either in ,e011,ege -.or
, ., 1 'PA ',,,. yo Gus?' That's,all. I needed. ',Qin), the husband, has a hard
, Minnesota law school. lie has with hi mother.'-', .', t. ,, :',:',-.
.1,,,t.,,,,' .. must have -Tun a quarter of li Sob, but a 'well..paid one, lie earns ,; ,., r. ,, -,, t .,. -,A, '-, : ,,,l' ',,,,,.:
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- It was an hour before word less wife. And his wife, Mary. is t,, '-7:','-''''", . , , ,2''.,','' ,,a ; ., "7
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woulain't blve' married' her But ,C, ',' 2,
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- cried "Hallelulal" '' ', '' ,",lim 'goes off without his break,
,,,,,,..., ; Turner and two 'other foreiten fast. His, wife doesn't oet tot un. .' 1 ,..., 5, ' 't
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,,, ,,..40---a.www.....,,ems....,:ra'artsar ,e.,w .... ., crawled up the 125 foot spiral with a eonhbor, etc.,,, 'un the ,
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.. 11 th3 remarkabl3 PrtkEr 61 rzno' only thillik moves! ,"I'm. glad it's, all: over, but es about, taniroriett, clOthes stark. vt,F t I t''
' : 4' '. ; i bad faith in Bob to come ou ot ell hio (often on s chor In the , .,,., ,,..,, 1.
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"1111.3.. h.2,1 livint room). and Jim ooks em ,t,,''' ,,, l --,., ,2',,,,,' I Vit ----737 I
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' ''' ' t erroloog 1101,omRkor no,,hi, to equipped and with trill
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' , .' ? evening. All enlisted men and their ,,,,,4,4 (,, 1,, ft, of f nft the largest car 'battery . service. .,,, .,, "...
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I -'''''' ';'''''''"'""""a'''''''''", ', ; tartest results end .optimum writing perfownenteuuse Porker Quink in youtiorter.o3,oe one-orthe"leature-attractions-at rtiattr.-0,"7-7--",--''--,--------- ,, , NATIONAL, MOTORS-INC.- ,
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',, o, - .. '', - ; : .. --. - A - - -- ' rengue and other popular dances. 710 p.m. Thursday. day
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have a pretty
Kjeldahl was
KnutSon's cOn
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Lgress, said sha
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my side ever
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t pea. 74(vig .Itta;robl,,, mtg., :sloth Etter, Miss htinniekill'onAn, ''',ifra., ",,,.,' ' ',1,'2,.'"..0;.,te," ',41,' 20,''. SHARPLTS, W.' Va.', (VP) -,. higher section of the 'Anine and Air .,;, 0,,,, ........ I
hlti,eke, sho mrt., ttf,.,, woit. A. Itoloersen;,Mr; and' Itleel,sW.
l, man. Other Members end' guests renre Zones, Mr. and 'Met. Milton Akira Kluchi, -29,, admitted today
, .., ,,,t4a,,t, weritletstlia MetcAlfo. ikfe Leidig. Mr. and Mr, C!, Atrawttl, that prayers were no antidote tor
"lids tembenek, totrRihe Vint An". Misq Joqsie Mark.' Viita Atoll? Jo drunitennese. A tipsy
Miw, flitpon wz o7-1.'"""'" Resent workers led '14 grinning waited )lor aid to l'each them. r-- .14' ;pp vss -,, i. .,.
'chichi OIL coal miners to,' freedom ,,today none wat,hurt.p., 2' , ,, 1.,,I4,4 1. : f ,,,,,,2- 41111
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floOd 'trapPed their' for nearly 17 section foreman' Robert Tarner,, ,' , -, ,--v: ,::- T
Polorfq TAP), 'rholmA Gtilliert, n1117'. Mrs. Poore. f',0 'tne Nil. ped at the Kashima shrine ear y hours. '' ' 49, said I ter leaching the Sur. ,.0 IC 0
Soin,pr.rly, vollv ITItratton. none. rrank rinn, Nr.'0,..0 Aft!. toliiliq yesterday to pray be would not , , face. "Some of us tried to find ill Lip L.., ,,,, I
!vtoya rortl; tts,,m' cliolr, .va. Stoors.' Miss' Ruth '1r,h' 'Nilok Tri. have gn stutd accident. He ran in Whett water from a rainawnl'elt a Way out, hut couldn't find any. re'-' ,digt.6., , 0 i
'r-t Solinston. Charlotte Kennedy, dirt watann, mr, yi,,,,1 stilf, Itirr to a eoncreloAridge On the "Way pond broke through into the main There was no use getting panicky - 1 re :'
VA, I Ado TitpliA riAltntinos Per. and ItIrrS..II, rainier andAIrs. home and injured, kiMeel and passageway YesterdaY, the reter- or lost, so we lust. iet, we au '1.,'N,IAIS
, illaol"'".1,r44)1 -I ry Isloinberg. cao Duncan macks,Itt lull Icnir Pagel!$rg.' .,' ' an mmers calmly gathered in a knew there were people -workhn ,, ' ,, ,,,
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office payroll. But he
t office both 2,in Wash.
in Idaho, campaigns
id travels Ihrough her
a '," district to study
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I's recottmendationCT
But I always listen to
I am grateful for his
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' Th'''omu L. Harrold will be the honored guests at a despedi- w.- .. , : ., t .., ..,
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da tocktall-buffet at the home of Mai. and ,Mrs. ,Al!in E. ,,. ., , , ,, ,
Weber at Fort Kobbe this evening. ,.
N . -Guests will include Bri, g. Gen. Louis V.- I g
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' ,Highlower, Brig Gen. Pau Yr; , gaols Notice et glosses o le .,
' ranch, senior vitticers in: Genera. 111artioald s command, and tolumo should be subsestiod so ,

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ItlAiJOil AND DIRS. ALVIN E. WEBER ENTERTALN ,,
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VOA MAJOR GENERAL AND.1IRS, THOMAS L. HARROLD
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at the -worm pervices.- MIT. Lola 'pei --..-- .

' Bon7;Vayage (toffee held Brewmaster. Dinner will -be serv. -- s --,-..---
rks Club at Brozos Heights re. limn, President Presidetitover'thce
business, meeting. ed at 1:30 p.m. foitowed bya sus'. ,, '', ,,..,
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' contly Ner many friends uresent ' ,, ness meeting., i Sport shirts may
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, , Corigressgai 11111,Run-Again ,
, "ett her, witti a set of jewelry and '' ' '' . , be worn., Reservations may' be
,i..,....e. mrs. Brennan ig leaving Mrs.- Mary Jane Pearson and secured from Lt. Col; Rogers, fFort
Lucy Gomor wore welcom, Clayton 2110, George Kruse, Navy i
' I- Vilv 13 with ber husband for Mrs.
ed to the Guild. Others nresont 6215, ar Julian
sr" tton In the States. ,Unon
- Yaca ,,, --1-.. ILI.,-1. tillara liNettrn An.. INS,1.. ,rt,,, Hearne, Gamboa
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Congresswoman C o y a Knutson ever since she tams toWsshing
110,,....Cor414t5-1,,,,, :, definitely plans to rpn for re-elec. ton. , i ,.,,,,, .-
tion to the House and has !'the I One of Airs. Knutsonr,-cle'rli i
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, . ,n q, IAA I greatest codidence" in ler young tsaid Knutson's charges that Mel- 1
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-VII. Awls Goldint., Gerrv Celiac,. esoe 1 a miler wss ; z fair' ., ., -, , ,,, .. ' :. - ' -
1 4..c4., Anna moo ollitetior. 7'AI,, wan held on M ndsv nieht to the Fern .' .111- 1 -. ... Arun ITATTIVel MnI)FLR urt4rina red and white sailor dresses:who 14erg seen at the Crist.obal ',-

;litt.' :snot Me.Graw 'and Miss lanel,ROo.to, of tile 'Rotel' .1"'miov,.;

3,1Rittombi. 4 1 nonpr otiP the Rev. enl Mrs. I : .; , .. 1

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slat it , , ii.., , Lester ,seerhoido,.wivi ritn tnair '''' '' ',F ,' ,t.. ;' .; 7 - ---- 7 '. .. , -, -" .,,,,
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i 'Theclirtiortil Womee's fliol; 1101(1
i "' C: 00w, :111;lbk,, POttne,,lotts, Wa. : '''' .' 4' ; '-'':A '; .- .1 Registration, tor4rewele elm ,le,
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rinnillg oa -Miners. a el 'i nallite. ,--:
,i .. yiesdav!i,r,ine., at ; thno oirlntly Present werer Mr.. an4 Mr6. termediste, Day Cainp bas been ,, ... , ','' . , ,,,,

.Nrcorelmlleirl' ',110 Itneet.1". VIA" rUlUCK3U.23, t,orrles All extenneu until Nay , , oftmnio plaiolitow

4 Soot w0-mb'ttt's: Mirfe Redding andln"son! Mr.. Otis Baron, Mr andition Forms art available at thel A 471 IL I.-7-77 '4'

airs. A. Carroll, Clot.' anti Mrs.' Girl Scout Office.
iMra Sonnie Itiichert. I 'Auer rioou Isola-Les -aection 1
!Wm. Dav. Mrs. Francis Darrion.1

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. - - toovvi a maziltr 11C11.1,111X CU' ion a ' '' ' ''' '' T. .. ...
' t (. t .1 ,, '''..."""..--7-'. '' a .1 .: ., 7. t .. '. '' 0 '9,4 '.., - utical- career, and her, husband's' --' ...-
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'-e.ii wer'e'''hro. nglitr' to' .1 '. ''
U.; e : ''' publiclyaired -charges that it had "By. no ineans'ild 1 iii
U Iftetatj.i.:. broken, up their home life: t ity husband's reconimeni
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.. , -- , -,- a -, ,,-She's a wonderful person,',1 -the she said. But I always
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- --,,,.,...--. i ---t, --, at e' said. ,"She, hat one of the them, and I am gratefu',
, . ,, .,. ,,,.., ,. ,,. ,, ,,.. .. ... ,.. ,., ...,t -.,..-, '., ,2., ..: ... ; ...'.. ,.. : ., ,. : ..: ..,,. . ..;' ,.1. ,..: .. .; O '',.. Wail completed lui hour later. -,' ; t- ts.4- .);....t.:44,,. t 1., .,.,..,.. dol..,.v..; frt.-- T -1.

4 Ft. 11111, Imola WU VW 41101,7 MP. I ,,,loywo .AtA ovum IIPL
trenched the men by breakint like eo 1 ' no.1 turns down.
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-Aettn172111 P Pellt toressed by the furor, over her

, ik, , , , , 1, .., :" flione 4 of the miners appeared HERE'S a letter from a man a- ?epol, u4sguni,iwenesannourgrf:r7nrt rtull0- ;WugfigeMbliillug,LililallennYOIlleMaWK141
1 1 ; ,,, ,,-) , q' ;., ., .: .,,, , 1 :, ,, :: the worse for their ordeal. Willie bvit .a young couple that live in int
, dakithaiv it was three days ago." me well is aware.".,
aaaa-, , .. White, 47, a miner since be was his' neighborhood. iBecausek, rt is rs. Knutson, has ,been living ,--" , ',,,t s '.,
.i E' .1 -,,r,,,.... ., 4 : 13, 'laughingly declared: "I kept written bY a Mant 'it MaY be an
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lab," he said. "I always believed Work. '1 .. son's 18-year.old son, Terry is in
gress fouryears
I I s I ---'11 i we would et 'out There wasn't ' 11 - ''' - "If there II any givin
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''' ;4 ', ...a- I ,,t, t:,,,,: ';.''.1:' i '""'Il".,,Z14-1 ', them alive. '''' tYlli opener to yo:iner wives
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',. ' "I told jokes from' ,start to 'Id. think they are 1above" house.,
ill m' v mind ". The letter .sayr. imne' Washington 4, with her aged Mrs,, -, Pfost said -Mfs.
se gleoc.tiTonhetoKenount: thhaed p
done a "tremendous
eople of her district
, 1 '.4 ":11411'.6a )3 t p I id',J-10 'Olvoo cotirle in oijr ociihborbood
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' o 1 d 11' I done," he said "It ,s
Meantime. a a y'co engli! 0
t m u d 8 th ir' u sta
Mrs, Ketutsen, Rep, Gracie FiOS t. e n er e c, c m
, ---reemisor'''"1-- '. 1 ' ''''''.' tt'?7, i 1 h ld help by writillg
', e, .,' Three of the trapped miners are ..w s you con (D-Idaho), rallied to her side. Knutson should do some
also ministervand two ere church ein srticle on the Importance of a Mrs. Pfost said Mrs. Knutsoni's giving. ' ,- ."
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&need Boulevard o o,
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' Phone tialboa 1727
i. 11Illiam B. Beeby. Pastor'
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Sun ay choo 0, 0 cm.
Morning Worship .......... 10:15 Lin
Baptist Training. Onion 8:30 p.m.
Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m.
Prayer Meetibg. yiedneadq.47:00 p.m.
W M.Sfilible Stidy ThutiA
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Men's Brotherhood (Last
Monday in month) 1:30 OJD.
WHIST BAPTIST
'' Margarita BV0BUO at 5th Street
s r Margarita. Canso Zone
Bev, Wendell C. Parker. Pastor'
4 &mum e SentlUi .0 0,4 4,40 t le A), AL
: Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Baptist,' training Union...;1, k IS:30 P.m.
'1'Evening .Worship S. .111';41: ;02115,p.m.
Brotherhood, Tuesdaya '7100 p.m.
Prayer Services, Wednusdays 7;00 pm.
W MAL 1st & 3rd Fridays
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Major a, mdt W. giSitop'
Irebruary Street., Phort0- 23-280ST
.. 11:00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Stmday ,School',.., .,
7:30 Salvation IVieeting
PARAISO,' CZo'
. Envoy & Mrs, C, 1, Moseley
Guiana Street ...",
11:00 Holiness -Meeting
3:00 Sunday School '
.7:30 Salvation Mreting ..
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Sr. Captain & Mrs. H. Grant
t Street, Phone 38.743
ell:00 3-loliness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting ,-4.
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COLON THIRD STREET '
Sr. Captain S. Taylor
rs' n:00 Holiness Meeting' 3
, 3:00 Sunday School -,
' 7:30 Salvation sMeeting
RAINBOW CITY, C,Z.
Envoy J. Gill "j..
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting

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Quiana Street
11:00 Holiness -Me
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BALBOA ,4. t
The Bey. Ostait
Balbtla Roan at'
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0:30 At,m. Church
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10:30 cm Wors
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' garten,, And Primal
time Nursery tor 4
' COO ,pan. Junior
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7:00 p.m. Senior
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Tb Rev. Ray M
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Church- School,.
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Syne rvices:'
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School ... Fres bus
all ages, li
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MT Nuraery,,-Kinder Ho
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:hildren under 3 yrs. Co
High Fellowship .- 1:00
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High FelloWship. ?Ai
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i' The Bey. Dstait W,. Olsen,' Pastor
. Ballade ROati al San' Pahl& Street':
'. Phan, 11114101,-Church 'Office. 2.3235
. 9:30.cm. Church School .- Free bus
, Service, Classes for all, ages, ,.
10:30 a.m. Worship Service .--'',,The
Espanded Session,for Nursery,,-Kinder..
garten,,and Primary Depts. Church
time Nursery tor .children under 3 yrs.
.. 9:00 ,p.m. Junior High Fellowship
., IVA High Fellowship. ....
J. 1:00 p.m. Senior High FelloWship.. ..,.
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' Tb Rev. Ray M. Blake y 'Minister
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' Telephone. 5-355 4 .., ,,
'''',, Church- School,...-witlf Adult St bit
'Class. 9,45, . ,, ,.i
, s Ser. of Worship, 11:00., '-
4. You' ,., t Alowship, 5 t45. .... '' ,:',1 t
NARCAtilt ''''- ; t ,.,
94, otota Ave., and Bolivar 14" w'
,. Rea), 31,, ,,dordik E. Franklin Past' t
,l, PI, i'' office, 3-2542.. eil 3.149S
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.. Sono .. rvices:. ,.. t ,91,
- 9:45 il, Churdtt SchOld .13ns serilde
, Classes: Nursery thmugh adult.;', 4 1.1
' 11:r11,1Lnl. Morning Worstilp.' ',
Ntos sew for infant and innali all'
, 5.00 p.m. Junior' Fellowship.' '''''
- 4H5 p.m YouthOrellowshin. A .ss, I
: A cc:mullet schedule .44, surilimcy .,
tivities and official nrestinqg as in:,
....poupred from weeklits avaelt.st, :
iD,OltrlDkr.',Z ''.. ,' i,,, .;---..t.t.,..,
'', ReArrWillker' M,3Ahler9tri., Pastor,. ',
-, Dt4.494479 .:4., Res 9430 .
) fp& ,,,,,n, Sunaatt'Schetni ,
i 10:40 axis. Wailing -Worghtn: ,..
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, Churches of Eno many faiths in the Canal Zone, and the terminal c, es
, news desk sn writing by Wednesday moon at the lated of any chaines
for the coming Saturday's church page.
- Ministers.-church seiretaries and chaplains are asked to inform the
- of Panama and Colon. Republic of Panama. extend a welcome at all
' times to rnen snd women of' the arned services. and to civilian neigh-
- boss, friends and strangers.
As a public service, ;he Panama American lists below, by denomi
nations, notices of hours of worship and other regular activities.
n Listings are rotated from time to time. Denominations having only
one or two congregations are listed smiles "Other Churches b Services."
A special listing is included.for services at Army posts, Air Forte bases
, and Naval stations. ,----

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and Nay
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7". and 7:08 lc
First Fridai
pop Miraculou
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Cattchism
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ST. MMIT'S CHISCH.-Balboa
Sunday, Matemoi 1:00. 11:00 10-00 anti
,120,1, 2.m ..t
holy Day Maarea,: 5:53. 3.00. 11:35 1LM
end 5 00 om omConfessions.
Confessions. omConfessions. Saturday'. 8:30 11:02
and 7:00 to 11110 m Thursday before
First Friday. 700 to 5:00 oat
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7 SO 0.to
on Mondays
Cstschign claret after tits COO coast
on Funday ,,-,
Figh School Study Club 6:30 0.122
-Wednesday
.ffr:6 ixpf 4L P17".7,
;4,SACKED ilLASTAIICOS
,Sunday Maasest 6:55. 7:30 & 0.30 cm
Holy Day masses. 5:55 m anj ko0
,, Confessions, Satioday 5:30 to 5:00 and
1:15 to 8:00 m. Thursday before First
Friday :00 co mk
Sacred Heart Devotions 7:00 Dan, cm
Fridays ,
Catechiram Clams 3:15 to CO p.m. on
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,:7h,f arhil,"2,1:41 1
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01111 LADY Of t'ATIMA---Cunutdo
Sunday Masa at 8:00 col
Day Mass at 8:30 Imo,
, Confessions: 4:00 ,to 6:45 oat op Sat Saturday
urday Saturday .1
Catechism Clam: Saturstay 8:30 to 10
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ST... JOSEPHtarots
Sunday Masses at 7:00 and MI5 ctn.
Holy Day Masa at 6:00 pm
Weekday Masses: :00 asn.
Confessiorut; Satutday 3:30 to 4:30 and
6:30 to :30.
Catechist's) Cla Au Sunday 3:00 to 4:00
Miraculous' Medal Novena: 1:00 P.m
on Friday.
Convert instructional : Thursday.' 1:00
11,141,3o;
, :
1' St, VINCENTS-4anami City
Sunday Masses: 6:00 and 8'30 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: .6:30 and 5:00 p.m
(It it falls on Saturday tha Massa are
6;00 and 8;30 am,l, ."
Confessional atu day 3:00 to 5:00 And
1:00 to 8:00 p.m Thursdays before First
Friday 1:30 0,102(;,rf,i,
Miraculous Medal NOvena tand SW SWUOIIP
UOIIP SWUOIIP of tha Crosal"Ftlday 710 pan.
, Catechism, Class: Mter 8:30 mars: on
Sunday
Thitrutay -
Convert Clara-4 6:30 ism. Tuesday and
" KST. THERESA'S-0meg
Sunday Mass: 8:30 it.m. '
Holy Day Mass: 4:00 M. ilt-lt falis
on Saturday-,4130.1t.m.I lift
tvitttel'199Plart Ais3RJ6,110,1 Dm fm
Confessif tettlifM111;301:m. Sunday.
JOHN BAPTIST' Dg LA BALLS
taripar Lei loll
F:t Sunday Masses. 6 412 and 2;30 a.m.
Week. Days Mass: 6:30 Mon Thum,
Fri. and Sat. First Friday mass:1:00 a m.
Holyti;ar,Masseato4.:0014.m.a.to, 6:00
P.m i4 .414' 11',
,
-Confessions: 8:30 to' 4:30' Ind 7:00 to
6:00 p.m. ,on Saturday
Mirafulous Medal, Novenst tridatt:00
CatechistbClaM:4 8:30 iint bn Sunday
'4' St.,11'HINESCII,-1141 Nom
Conter,t Alpo: mqnditg LI:30
,10 .!t.ft,t 16N ,41.1 .,
Sunday Mad,: 7:00
Holy .Day Mass: 8:30 p.m.
Confemions: Saturday 6:30 to 7:30 p.m
Thursday before First Friday 6:30 p.m..
Catechism Class: 3:15 p.m on Sunday.
Sacred Heart Novena: 7:00 pm. on
...OE:Avert Clem: 6:30 itt.in on Thuriday
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Eunday Masses: 5:45. 8:00 and 9:15 cm
Holy Day Masses: 5l45 and 8:00 a.m.
aud 5:45 p.m..
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 IA 5:00 and
7:00 to 8:00 p.m. I. ,
Miraculous Medal Novenat Wednesday
6:15 and 7:00 p.m A
Sacred Heart Novena: friday 7:15 psi
Sundayl Evening Services 7:00 p.m.
Convert Class: 7:15 p.m on Mondays
and' Thursdays t ; 4::
Catechism Classt Sunday 'OHS Cut to
11:45 tn. t 3:00 p.m to 4:00 p,m,
, First FridayExposition of Most Bless Blessed
ed Blessed Sacrament ill day Reposition at 5:30
itan Saturday morning.,
First Saturday Devotions to our 1Ady
of FatimaThe Holy ,Rosary-5:00
First Communion Instructions for chit chitdren'
dren' chitdren' Mondays and Thursday 6:00 to
IA o.m., 7, ,7 7,, 4
MIRACULOUS' MEDALCrtAlittal
Sunday Masses: 7:00. 8'00 and 10:30 atn
HI Day Masses: 6:00. :00 a.m, and
ConfessionstSaturday 4:00 to 5:00 And
7:00 to COO Dm. Mter Rosary each eve eveMiraculous
Miraculous eveMiraculous Medal Novena! 3:15 ani
7:00 pm. on Monday.
Catechism Class: Atter COO Man 011
Plitt Friday Exposition dal dttrinti
the School Year.
First Saturdays 'Mass at 11:00 am,
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ROL AM,ILY HURCII to Margarita
,,Sunda Masses; 7:30. II:30, 11:30 a to
atureat "Mass: A 4. t 0 :00 cm
L 'lees ay Masses 4 8 :00 a.m.
Sauarday 7:00' pm. to 8:00 p.m
Piralui 4 Medal Ravens 7:00 p.m
4170110 ridateet 110 a I:15 p.m
;1,SO on 3;45 p.m.. tst .4;45 pal
, every Monday,
ParislsFamily Rosary and
tRedediction 7;00 p.m
'evert0 Wednesday.
Discussion inquiry Group 7:30 p.m.
every Priday.
Ise, Jrriday' Devotions '7:00 p.m
OW, crsotueday Devotions 7:00 Dm.
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Sunday Manses,: 610, a m. and 140
,
, Holy ,Dity, Masses:01:00 'a.m. and 5:0o
fpfesslans: 0;00 to 5:00 and 1:)0 to
1:CarailtnaWitt;111:143 a,m. on' Stinduy
Convert Clessdeiery Monday at 7:00
Mtraculouti Medal Novenc' 7:00 to,nt
on Tuesday. ,
Sacred Heart Havana: 7:00 PAL on
FridaY.
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,IMISACULATS CONCEPT1011-6aldn
Sunday Maw Ann ,
tioty,Day Masa: d'AO o.ni.
Conteariona; tild d:00 am. on Sat.
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Contelions Saturday at t:00 Dm. and 7
atter all "evening devotions, 9
- Baptism' by appointment t 5
Miraculoua Medal 'Novena! 7:00 P.m
on Ti,tsday' 6
Sacred Heart Notensi 1:00 p.m on 7
terlday...L 5
...Rondo IleboOlt 411110 paw ow Sunday, I
, Religious .olnatruction Clan tor Chlt,
dram 6:00 p.m on Thursday.
Religious Inatruation tor adults (Colt,
ducted in Spanishit 7:00 pm on 'MM.
Convert Inatructions bv annointmelM

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The Very Rev. Mainert Paten"
RSA. Deaa
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THE CA'rHEDRAL OP ST. LUKE
, A SUNDAYS
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SUNDAYS
1.30 Sin Hely COMMtiniOn.
9:15 CM Church. School Moly Com,
munion 3rd Sunda),1
' 9:30 a.m Santa ,Communion, 3roll Sun:
Escudo DominkAl .. 9:19 a w
1.100 a.m Morning Prayer and Sar
mon, Hely CometWon Is' Sunday,
7:00 p.m Evening Servicia
' WIDNaSDAYS
it rt; Hely COMMUniOlt :
:OD pm Evertinr frayer.
s sr. HOLY DAYS
' 41:06 a in Hwy Communion,
1139 a ni 'Hely Communion.
, bAILY
d:15 m, agerOing Pram.
t9:00 Mtationary Prayers,
, Chnich :bi. Andrew
The Rev s P'1111A1,77, 01110eAlles'
Trie",1 In Charge
SUNDAYS
?:
Holy Communion ..., 1:30 0,g0
Family Prayer and 1
Church School
(Also 'Holy Conununion 3tti d
Mornins Prayer di Sermon WO
Sunday each ts
WEDNESDAYS et '
Holy Communion 9:00
.
' ,C0110ZAL if
' Chapel ot, The Good Shepherd
The Rev Clarence W. Hayes.
Priest In Charge .'
FRIDAYS ',,, .- ., , 1
, gmo a.m. Morning Prayer.
t,4110No.r)
' Ild.C. gird trichiy each Month). ,,',
,,. 01 ',. It so o, 1 I ;,..,, o
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'' '" .' in. i Chops
The Rev. John Spear Priest treats
Choral Ituohuist and Ser.
SUNDAYS t., ,
MIMI oo ... iwo404.o; 1:00 a.M
Church School I 3:00 pm
Episcopal Young Churchmen 5:00 pm
Evensong and Sermon ... ., 7:00 p.m.
MONDAYS, TUESDAYS. .':k -'
and FRIDAYS ; - ., 1"
Morning Praying anctuaoli
' Communion l'tsAlregs,4r.,,-"1300 a m
Evening Pray", ) s.,,T Z. ,, ..' ,'", 7 l04 ili.m
Woman s AuxillarvIdild and .,
- f i
' l
WEDNESDAYS 'St THURSDAYS k
Holy Communion ,,000 04 0 1 :0 am
Morning Prayer ..........s.' P:00 a m
Evening Prayern; 7:00 is.m
.."' ii0ookf 1N, 44 ;
SATURDAYS .1
Family Euchailst ... I -NI am
.el,lic--ti Pon;PPT; vomvm ,01194) 3-ra.,
t .,...-.T,,,,,i; a I ilibtx .,, ,,1 !O
ft St: Peter's Church '
The Rev. John Spear. Priest in Charge
Morning Prayer and Church
School II:00 am
mon aJi4 10:3U rn
Confirmation Clams ,t. ..tt, I:30 a m
Choral Zuchani and 'Ser.
:Holy Baptism slottE:00fl4tiobli
Evensong and Address 0. 7:30 DM
3rd MONDAYS
Woman', Auxiliary' Jun
'THURSDAYS or 'tuts? DAYS ''''
Holy Communion 6 ,, 0:00 Sta
.
, PALO SECO
Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Vets L. IL Shirley. Priest in Charge
THURSDAYS 64.
, 3:30 s Tn. Holy ,Communton. a4,11i
" MARDARITS'14'40 '1
Church of St Margaret
, Esnavei and Brazos Blvd
The Rev. Jesse K, Renew, Rector
SUNDAYS I
1:30 cm. Holy Communion.
I:43 s.m Morning Prayer and
- Church School.
, 11:00 ctn. Choral lEttP4arit1w-4,4
TliURSDAYS ark' Hat DAYS'
- I:30 a.m. Holy Conummion. .d,
?ARMS
The Rev. Allan R. Wenn,
Priest in Charge
The Rev. David A Osborne,
Vicar Emeritus 1
,- ,, ,, 17.- it,.
SUNDA.
COO Lin. Choral Eucharist 'le Sermon
-2:30 ism. infant gentian,
' 2.00 rim Church School ,
(held to Ruildim, 131)
1:00 p.m Youth Fellowship
100 'nil:versions and Address. ,,,
2nd and, WEDNESDAYS
120 in Woman Auxiliary and Al;
tax Guild. Meeting...
,
' PANAMA CITY
St Paul's Churchl ; 1
the Vert Shirley, Reetot
Tht RPb PHs R. Atwell. Deices
SUNLAVL., L
COO a.m. Holy Communion
' 9'00 am Suns Eucharist A Sermon
ii):45 ni Mornins prayer and Church
School .;
12:00 noes Holy Saptiont' 1
1'00 row Solemn Vows.
TvEgDAyg ;
8:30 a ne Holpeommunion "'
7:30 to In, Evenings Prayer arid Samson.
WILDNIaDAYS
s:00 4 at HO, Communion
1:00 0sn. Evening Prayer
1111,1VIZAYS AND, PRIDAYS
8:30 I m HolY -N
HOLY DAYS :
0'00 calk.11012 Commuition.'Y'. :
' 4"'", ; '5':
- CHAISIT CMIFIC11 SI-THE-SEA
Episcopal
. Coln, R. P.
(Opposite Hotel Washington)..
The Rev. Jamee Peter Farmer Recta,
The' Rev. Henry A..Riairsa Assistant
I
,' SUNDAY
I:00 cm., l Cothm Untors., f
11:30 Cm. Morning Prayer.
9:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist and Sermon.
10:30 man Church School.
7:30 p.m. Solemn Evensong and Sas Sas,
, Sas, COO cm. 1101Y Communtork
7:00 cm. Morning, Prayer.
5:00 p.m. Lvening Prayer.
' WEDNESDAY
COO PRAY Communion..
7:00 cm. Morning Proyer.f s
7:30 p.m. Evening Pza Yet- and Sermon
' -" PRIDAY''
7:00 armMorning Prayer.- -
9:00 a.m. Children's Eucharigt.
5:00 p.m. Leanne Prayer, ,
BATIHWAX
I:00 a.m. Holy Communion. s
7:00 Morninp Prayer.- '
5:00 p.m. Evening Prayer.
1-50 torn, Compline and Meditation.--
MONDAY. TUESDAY & THURSDA
t RIO AMUR
St. Christopher's Church
lOth Street, Parque Lefevre
The Rev. Clarence W. Raises

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- Priest in Charge -
The Bev. Clarence A. Cragwell.
Amistant :
SUNDAYS
6 00 cm Holy Communion.
1:30 a m Sung Eueharist and &mon.
10:30 ern MOrnina Prayer and Church
, Sdtool.
12-00 noon Holy Baptism.
6:30 p.m Evensong and termon.
MONDAYS
1;39 prn in and 3rd. Woman' Auld
- Lary,
'TUESDAYS
6:30 pm Jnior Daughters-of the
' King.
7:30 p.m Youth reliessnits.
WEDNESDAYS
S:00 a m Holy Communion.
1:00 PAM Evening Prayer and -Religious
Instructions
THURSDAYS. -
COO p m Girl Friendly Society.,
8:00 p.m 1st and 8rd. Singleton&
SATURDAYS
1):30 aatt thatifir Confirmation Clam
Other Churches
, CHURCH OF THk HAZARENE
448 irratigipam St. Anew' CZ
Rev. Eimer 0 Neison, Pastor
box 297 Balboa. C,Z. Tel 2-2602
Sunday Schooi 9-45 a M
. Yiorship Service 10:45 a m
Youth Service 6.45 0 m
Evangelistic Service 7;30 0.m
Prayer Service Wed. 7:39 Lot
,
METHODIST
Stindayi 9 a.m. Panama Wesley.
" 10:30 a.m. Sunday School.
7:15 p.m. Evangelical Service
" and Sell TiOnv,,
Sunday 7 Paraio
" a.m. Para's Sunday School
" 7:15 p.m. Paralso. Evangelical
Service. , t
CHURCH OP THE NAZARENE
Margarita Sdhool Gymnasium
,), Pastor Ralph Hysong 0
Write:, Box 5019 Margarita.
Phone:, 8-1583
, Sunday School It '9:45 M.
, Morning Worship -.1
Evening Service-4.i.... 7:30 p.m
L. 1NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
,,, Panama R.P.. 23ra Strael East
, Salt S. At Brown. Minister
' Divine Worship ... . p:30
Sunday School .. .. 8:00 p.m
Sunday Massed .4 T. .7;45 1;40
- Rio Aballii;
' Sunday School ,t011 m.
JEituVAH'S WITNESaza
'Meetings Thursdays at 7:30 pat. Mull
Sundava at 4:00 pm. Wird Memorial
006 Baltic Road Balboa.
CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST OP
LATTER DAE SAINTS (Mormon)
it Chapel on Balboa ,Road
Priesthood Meeting: Sunday 6:30.1.0.
,,,Stinday School; Sunday 100 a.010
Saerament Meeting; Sunday 6:60, P.M.
Relief Society, Tuesday 9:00 a.m. ,,
, MIA: Wednesday 7;30 p.m.
Primary; Thursday 4:00 p.m.
Telephone -Balbna 4227
, A Atlantic Branch 1
Building 200, Schoolhouse Road, gatun
Sunday School; Sunday 9:30 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 11:00 a m,
CURUNDU PROTESTANT CRINICR
,"A Warm Hearted Church"
- -,' Milton IL Leidig, Minister 4
Phone Res. 83-716.40.0h 134109 ..!.
.1)Susatiay School it.i.z...4.3 4 9:30 a.m.
, AA class for,tvery age) ,,,
Morning Worship 11:00 am
' Youth Fellowship 4...i 1:00 p.m
Eevening Worship .),..i. 7:00 p.m.
,,, Prayer and Praise (Wed) 7:00 p.m.
..A Church ouniey in provided.
, i",: OW caiaoluic Latium ,,
.i., 111 Raphael Eh Archangel ,g, .-
13th St. West No. 1 '' 1
Holy Eucharist: Sunday Id Vl0(1.4:0,
Inuesdayot Wedneadisve Ind 'Thunder,
Sacrament ot Unction (Healing het.
vice) First Sunday of each month ay
Xi p.m. ,,,,! ,,, fr,,,' 7.,,', :. 1,, ,, 1,
' Mount HAVOC. Cleriatias Chord;
' , rename lit. to.
14 iitt Mho. T. demo, D. D. glob.
Ti o ti. ontailltrill I ..1,
ming devotion, t ,yo4 cue Cm.
' eibbship WorahiP 1.'...t.'i:011:00 11,M.
Sunday School ro. ill. 4 4 5 :00 11.1n
Divine, bervica 1 ;39 PA.
, THE CHRISTADELPRIANS ''',
' 's ," .,. Panama District
' t 'Scout Hall. Rainbow City ...
Sunday School ............... 1 ctn.
Morning Service .... .... 10 limb
Adult Bible Classea each .,'
- Monday st ,.ti. 7:30 p.m.
1,41sitors are welcome 4it all .aervices
at classes. t. ,, I
' SAHAPS CENTER ,
- 64 first Street
Urbanizacin El Carmen, Panami City
Informal Talks and' Duecussions
Thursdays 8'00
Colon, 8th It Front Streets
limners American Bazaar)
StUd Classol.....,Thursdaya. 1:30 0.137
BETHEL MISSION CHIJRCR
, &Webs St., Para's C.E.,1
Rev Walden Ig Stewart, Pastor
Sunday: II:00 cm Worship Service.
3:00 pm. ;Sunday School.
7415 p.m. Gospel Service.
Monday: 7:30 Young Peeples Society
Wednesday: 1:30 Mid-week Christian
Fellowship.
'Thursday', 8:00 Choi.' Relearn!.
Fed, 7;30 Women'a Missionary So.'
clety.
"1' TnE CHURCH GP GOD 't
, New Providence-
-t Mrs. Maude Hides, Pastor
Sundify School ..t, 10:00 0.M.
Morning Worship t 11:00 a.m.
Night Service 7:30 p.m
MST CHURCH OP GOO
Cor. Jamaica and Trinidad ilta
Habibow City, Canal Zone p.o.
, Rev. Wm. Livingston. "'Mt
.THE CHURCH OP GOD
1038 Eighth Street tJf Coln
Rev. G. W. Gratidison, Pastor
Sunday School 9:30,sm.
Morning Worabip 10:30 a m
Night .. .. 7:30 p.m
Morning Worship .o...itk 11:00 a.m.
Sunday School fr., 10:30 cm.
Night Service .. 444,4',..d, 7:30 p.m.
Tilt CHURCH OP GOE.V...; Rio &bale
Monte Oscine Rti.--Ilitti St.
3- Rev. Wm. J., Johnson. Pastor t
Sunday Schoo .. t 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship .. 10:30 a.m.
Night Sendai '1:30 ii-m
CHURCH Ot GOD (Pentecostal)
; Raw E. Watson. Overseer ,,
',Phone 4428. Bog 253, Gambes
Churches 111'aralso, (Rev. and
Mrs. Herman G. Whyte). Coln,; -R.P
atty. Fernando -Lorence). Rio, Abaje
tRev. and Mrs. Charles klaynes), ant
Cabo (Rev, and Mrs, Clifford Greaves)
Sunday end weekdays ;service at all
chureheat ;
COMMUNITV CHAPEL
' Diablo Heights.
(near Diablo school) :
Rev. earl V. Thompson. glinistes
Sox 39. Diablo Heights. 'C.Z.
Phones: Rome, Gamboa 217
' Church Balboa 4271
, Sunday School 30:00 cm.
Worship Service' .., 11:00 e.m
Youth Service i .. '7:00 p.m.
Evangelist's Service .... 7:30 DM
Wednesday; Bible Stu'dy
and Prayer Servicti 9:80
-u ran.,
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IREEDEMER' ItitHEItAN CHURCH
t. Balboa Road Ot -Wight Street
Soo. Robert lq Gimmick, Pastas i
' P.0 Box 166. Balboa
Sunday Schooi. Biota clam COO tin,
Ditine Service 10:15qt,m,-. t
Hog ;011111111111011s tint Sunday ot the
, Atlantic Shia
rormot 'ehapel ot Our Saviour', 'Pohl.
'opal ithapei 8rd end Malandet Ave,.
Selo CristObal.
Mr. EllieII IL Denney, Vital
Sunday School, Bibla Clam 11:00 SM.
Divine Service 10:15 a.m.
Holy Communion. last Sunday ot the
Month. ,

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Jewis, Weitare boara Bla 112-tt, La
riocs Aca,. Balboa. CIE R;bbt Nathan
Witkii. Director.
Servie v Friday 1:3O omt Batumi,
i:3i m , ,--
ISee an.o itstings ot Jewish services
ureer oosif Bases and StaGonai.
Cong,te.tuon Shearith swam Ate Ateatua
atua Ateatua Cass and 36th Street. Bela Vista
l',.rama City Services COO Pan
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Cluistian Scientist
rottAttLit 4.41LsitAlad
'oral Church ot Christ. Scientist-, Anew
.4, 560 &neon Boulevard
iwiday LI:00. Nei:Weldon 11:01 bta,
iwriclav School 920 am 4
t iturvit et Christ. beieolliti, Cilltobal
13tb Street & Bollvat Highwav
sm.. ',vino' 11:31; Cin
Sunday 11:00 1.1n. Wdnesday COO p.m.
Pots: and Base
IPACIP IC 111011,,,
Ptotestant''
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FORT AMADOR
Sunday School .,.
Morning Worsnip .. Moo
Church-tims Nursery School., 10:00'
FORT CLAYTON ,
Sunday School itluildini NO.
126) ... 0:00
Moroing Worship 10:30
'Thursday &vetting- MiciVieek
Service .. ', ;30
Youth fellowshipSunday ..., Log
FORT K0131111 '''
Sunday School ..... ',. 1:00
M010010' Worshla ,0,1..n. 10.311
Evening Worship . 7:00
Worship,' Service. M ...... :Vtly.1 7:00
..,'Worship Service, 'Rio time 11:15
Christian Youth, Felltovship 6:00
Soldier's fellowshipThurs. .1 7:00
Officer's, Christian Union...Thule, 11:00
ALBROOK AIR VORCIF, BASE
Sunday School ,,,,,,,,' 0:30
Adult Bible Class tNCO Clubb, .9:30
Mornint WorshlP 0:30, to:40
Youth aellowship ,,,,,,,, 630
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"NA V AL': BTATiON. Re4ibast.'S
, Suhday School -'s
Morning Worship ' 1 WO
Holy Cortimunion first Sunday
r 01 &tonal),
15th ND HEADQUAR E713 CHAPEL
Morning Worship ,.,,.,,,
(HOIY COMMUT11011 first Sundae
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Daily Man jf co(1
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30
Daily Mau e I :
Sunday Manes .. 7:00 & 0:30
Confessions. Satur.day 010 A ; :30
',,Sanda7 COO al! Az
FORT CLAYTON I
Daily Masa .4 6 . 4 .. 64 44 1:45
Sunday Masses & 11:04)
ConfessionrSaturday t. 8:30 &' 1:001
FORT ROB811 J I I
Da119, Mass ,I:10
" SaturdaY' Masses 1.00
Sunday Masses 8:00 II:45
Monday Novena Devotions ...1 1:30
,Confessions--4aturday .1:30
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COROZAL ,f
Sunday Mass .30
A.LBROOK AIS FORCR SASS
Daily Mass .. a IP ' 11:00
SatUrdaY Maga .. 1:00
1 Mamas ... . 1;45 & II:00
Novena Services-Tuesday i:01
Confessions-Saturday .. ;00
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U.S. NAVAL STATION. ROdman
Sunday Mass 44146444 .. .. 466464 1;30
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FORT KORBE ;:
Saturday
USO-JWB, Balboa m
triday
ALBROOR Alit IFORCili N
Saturday e. 4:no
LISO-JWS (ialhr;a) 1
Saturday 5:30
, $ ,ATLANTIC SIDS i
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FORT DAVIS ,
, Sunday Schoo14-131dg.- 353 0100
Morning; L Worship ... 10;30
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Tuesciat"Is,"'f't t kilhaPel 1640'1
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Citoir Practice it
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Chnir Practice Wednesday JP,
Post Chapel :1:30
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Sunday. Schoor 9:30
Morning Worship 10:45
Youth ,Fellowship, Sunday 6:30
Bible Study, Wednesday '1:30
Ladies ChapelGuild, ist yhurs. 1:30
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Sunday School, 9 34)
.Morning Worship 11;00
Holy Commun4on Sunday..
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FORT MAVIS'
Daily, Mau ' 7:00
Sunday ( Mass 4... ........
Confessions; AtiturdaY 4,- 0):00
,Sunday, 04..4...:w.i., "8:45'
FORT GULICK
Daily Mass ..... 7:00
Saturday Mass A... 6 1:00
, Sunday ,Massea 7:45 & 10:15
Confessions. Satur.day 6:00 & 7:00'
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Cocd-lolo
' Daily Mos .s 4:00
Saturday Naas 8:30
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Sunday ,Nasa
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Jewish -
FORTGULICII
Tuesday 7:15
" Griek Grthadow
Greek Orthodox. sonde Art eenduet eendueted
ed eendueted at the ()burgh. of the Anunciation:
Via 13elisario Forms. la'rs rrancisco .de
la Caieta. Panama City, R42.. and at
the Church of St, Anthony. Avenida
Me linden -Colon( RI., on alterhate Sun Sundays
days Sundays at 9:30. For further information.
call the Office of the Army Chaplain.
82-3119. ,''
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Ad;entist
Weekly SerVice in ill t
' as tollowai
SATURDAY;
Sabbath Schaal OM i.m.
i Divine Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth'e Meeting 41:30,p.m.
WEDNESDAY:
church,
WV LuazzuA e .r.
Bible Stud and Prayar Service
7:30 p.m. : : ,,,,
, Panamit
pastor W. it. Waller-Tel. 281;8506
1 Cabo .Verdet 'Ave. ,, do Ostia
NA. 17 -.4 Chorrill0 25th Nd, 27 Pus.
bit Nuevo St-between Ird and 4th
Sts..- Rio Abajo No..274,.- Gamboa
and ,Frijales. ., ,: 1
-Pastor G. D. WilliatnaTat
' Pastor A A, Grizzle Tel, '0402
Spanish Churches Pacific Side Palma
r. Pastor Norberto Quiros
, Panama. Calle Darien No.
1,Pedregal Nueva Guarardo.::
Awash' dia.-
Pastor G.' A ,Jalfrieleael. 118-11261
Coln ,
' Cristobal Znalish4111th is Bolivar Alta.
Cristobal Spanish-16th & Bolivar Ay&
q Central Officer, ,
0244 Gavilan ,Road-ael. 2-1850 & 84531

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4 4.". 1:4t, event witt, be a C011111111n1011 ser. i !-----J 7,-- etv-,,,e, ---- ----7 7-4.-- iv.p. us., ..,,pe. r.,.,
7:es & am) e at ketiro' miguel irjo a in XertOny,i8;00)00314fiontolvi,t I u b - ,,, IF s' v, , ,,,,,,,
turdal k 6:30 & II:00 VIC ,,Quden ,Violet gill be crowned
- ,,, ,, ; said by the priest. '' '' r' tPdFh14111)414144' !till' .11. ''
Al I .1, J i,.; Kii ) --.', I ',.1 I fl 3'1514 Ci ' v 0 60140atitl 1 : HI PI5PYOU(11' rally: 'at a cotonation ance to 4)e.. held :7.
all Sunday,Schools. of,Panama and on 'the cluirti. grounds at ; 'te..'
Colon circuits. will tinAit,,i Sop, ,01 c ,1.11,1,tjuin.si:gbAl:,:cuT:isA,e, p.,:asst.t,o,r. ,, :inh:,e,,....1:1,3,:r.,..,;41,41 d,, Li.,. ,
es''''''.'" ''' l'-Follbs ''''',. PROT t'STAN, T,:,CHURCH -1" -,
, pea er --. haplain Nelson of,41. Moore has invite,' all Parishhoners
! ''''''' s k C
1 Devotions ;, 1:30 k '' Curundu:'-' .') .''
turday.. (1:0ii i$ 1:a0 , . r brook. ,,. , , ,,, ...... -I and friends to attend.
., TomorroW in the Curundtt, Pro. ': . ,: .,,.: ''',., ., "' , ,,
' testant unurcn the emphasis will N L
PloM SALIDA 11.1,11tADONI
10:aa
, . be on Worship'4ogntner ,As A -- 4-- ,, -111 4 1 - , I
rolICII 13&se t'aratiy", --,' ,,' , '., , i
- '''', 6 m Sunday' Schnol will begin Otompt.
VIIIIIIEIV5' 1 NI '''' t -I ; ' ,' '1' "4 '
'4,,,,,,... 1:ou 2, ,
IA It II:00 iy at 9;30 alit. witu a class pro,. ,, 0,
OA, a
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tsur-dTau;sda,y. ... .... ;;.:0u00 ...mit A16. ,, ;,,,, toffr of ,,, t I mil OM rupo
--- 1- A day to pause '' s'''sd'441141 '
- minister will speak, on "Called To
i.y..'ini"'"44494"444114tne niorning Worshibp"atihse
I and honor one
tTION, ROdman ,,' Be A Mother". 1 ' 1 Whose toil and R '' ''
''''' .. .. ,"'' '3 ,At the eevning Gospel Hour the
I : And brought you .,,, We piea6 Child i ,''' '' '''--
- I .1. sAlosancgrlytiocuer r'o'ad,' ''' 1 PAW011::0111":11T. 1:sodbxo,":6;:sr :, ,' ;
Has eased the load
8 WA. . ;,'1,:',,, , .. i, de tria yp healset na inigots, ttongeetnheexrt wtOillittbeStIolln wtOillittbeStIollnORCE
ORCE wtOillittbeStIollnORCE 13ASZ 1 N
'" .;"" missions. Last 'synciar ,, evening
1 ,,,., eloeto. hrist. Cruttied .. nista ,i Coming Apia '
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'a .":1 ' 1 '.' 7.tia was the 'beginning iu thii empha.
i ,,'..'21lr,;'' sis when Dr. and oitaANIa YVOOdal ..
- of HPJB eendueted."tikk- evening 1 0 6 R gy
i 'i Lt. ;foil to,' oMa6lin' a' a The' mnyousi"" 7
. Daily wo 11:06 11.aLk 4. Box,
)a) ..- service. This Sunday evening s 1
g o caa film on the Eyt Hospitai,in Kano, ATTENDING CHURaii ,, ,. . ,, ,i, ,,,, ,,, ,
INTIC .611)11 -hi hos i
i Nigeria will, oe seen. A s P ,-A , -, ., ,,t, i,,, i ,'. -.41 ,, .,,
' 8 20 -- TWO MORNING SERVICES 1 10'46
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rotestant I" tal is one of the works.being sup.
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- ''' , -' sage aor the evening will 1,)e l"rhe. !:The-,Mother Love ot God The falber,,"!' t '-
i.-131cia.- 353 ,,,, a:00 .., ,, ,,,, 's ' s s ' ' 1 i -- 1 1 ( I .1 i e
hip ,- ., . 1040 rag Vi.P.I.ISSIOD6:7, ' '''' ',.' ; s -- - "., ik
ship...41'1dt. Iii-L: 4Vt ';' -' ' '' '-: '.. ,.. ',,, 1 4 fi:mothet' love',nan leadHt thild,l' to faith'. In Jeatts
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,: 1:3o year willlaelield,41. iniiW 9 to 20 n in r:..,4",: l'. .' :
.SCI-IOOL .-(Clases 7(ctall-lttes) ;
- ', oom 9 to 11.(1 a th etich morning', sf 7 Rit,:1.
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Or 9:30 Monday through k rlday., Free bus -, .8 aepartments1 ind 'Over- 40 ; tee eh ers, are---,uiditated to ,, ..
rship t 10:45 transportation will be furnished -the spiritual ttaltilnt- dr 'your chad. .' 7.1.-11,.:,, 4 I
rship, Sunday 6:30 ior the residents of ,Curundu and ,,,,
Wednesday ..
1 hGu11,1.,3st, urs :3
yh....: l'31)0 Curimdu Heights. Furure announce ,' do "7
b:JOBAPTISr TRAININO UNION' ''' : ,' '
, ,--. --- ,,, plents willdesignate the bus stops. 7 ,, ,, , ., .,
.ti191,,i,oci, iciur'i'lf-;-- .' Tbre filtiO3e classes trom the - -. .2, ,. ', -,1. ,- -
111' ".',0--.;,,,.''. 9 U nursery throuth high school.' The .. 7:3,0-.....-. "WHAT IS SALVATION 'EXPERIENCE?"- k
2--;---:-',-Ilicl-,.;, fb a.:,4R,-rvolicit abotit whett salvation :le. Y' ou'
;bin , 11,..00 .... , ,,,- -, ---,-ri:,,,,,,,t,..1-..,,.... ..
WOO Ifirst Sunday ,, nursery division wilt begia for chil.-, s,;,rfl;
, ' -- '-'''' dren tour yer and blder; Begin:.
:''..' 17iiiPir rit, Lii, i41 cloilbt?' '''., ,'-,,,-1 r ,..,1 -'
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pcashili, ner dePartthen will be for chil. .. , I., ,.,
. : dren five and six years old. Pri. -,;INSTALLATM SERVICE, RELIEVER'S" BAPTISM
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i ".7:oo mary department will include'chil. i ., c, : ,. , ,,
. ;' EvefriOrie. Weic'O'fo-e. P.'-':;--k:: -e, Millie T' Provided
..., ........ ..,.., 11:30 dren of !$ the second,, third ant
aaturciay 0 coo
i 4,i. 4,olt p ; ', 6:45' fourtfi' gradet,-luninr odepartmen .
,1- 1. ''..---- ,, ,' ..:., will be fot,'4gra,(1F0'..ti,ve and., n. .;.., :',1,77.44.:-,,cu-:,,,:t"..-,rvre,:,.1.-i'z,4, '1, ',.,..,'-,,, i' i ki, -.,-, oo... '' .- :
' ' 7,00 Interizediate,VepaSM'ent will be ,-,;,:rt'-)...".--"-......................................."
pits .......,,I..' .7. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, libern2grrtaindeetrwViellarginndoddgehtill' YOhtligthh . , .., :, 1, .., .. .. ,,.., .,,,,..,.4 , , , .
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. (Rev. and '' Ind the Sunday School Singere will ,- - ---, --:7- , :. -, - - - ,
MO, Abaic
C1611 'RI ' Seventh Day.' '' be playing leading roles. fl 11 '
aynesi, ant .., ; .. t -'6 Beginning tomorrow also and v Att,SUNQ4r SCHOOL (Classes for Ail, Ages)
rd Greaves) ''
vice at all Continuing through Saturday the I; 83. bega as' in assistant tO the horns. The training you
". 'Ad t. t '''''.- '
, ,, yen is ,,, Girl s Atutilary will be observ. :, receive- herePwill be of real,value 'in your home Mc You
.r. ' ' , V f. ., ing Focus Week with special pro. will find, :a, staff of dedicated PeOPle teaching the Word
"4. . grallla each day.: faithfully. -- '
.z: - Weekly SerVice in ill thUrchis ,, - ' ' '' '' '
,Rldtinizstes
oi) ... ; as follows; . '.----- ' '11.:00--, CALLED TO BB A mOTHER", '.-' :
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, skruk'D-LA::
, aji ,-.' Sabbath Scheol Old a.m.'
' ' : ''. ' TdmoIrRrOINWITaYflettArtlITOSIDSITTri-ilit The high calling of motherhood brings Nvith it the call to
l71 ," ; i Divine Service 11:00 a.m. '.I ,., ' MethodiSt Church there will ::be, a-, ,'. faithfulness.ti'ller :children ,,ill rise up and rall her
.. to:ss cm Youp's Meeting 41:30,p.m. .., ,, special. service sponsored by , thc ,,,,bles,ge4-7.1:1 J.. a .: .4, ' ''''
, -,so p.m. WEDNESDAY: , .. ,,i ilibuoloonaMi akomosommombeaStomonmebolowatroorb
kb 7;30 DM s .. ; 1 r - ''';', : ,4-0.eaes too-- ,....-'.'"4'J: 7 ',
6 00' -I t C 'd t et HI S h I '
,,, ,, .. Blom StudY Imo PreYel Service do OM OM OS 11111'10011 MOO 1111. OM Imo alb 111 q A A u yr ut, tt,,,,,, nr,.ar,d c.letlutt ..
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i'. 10 gin. 7:30 toms ., '',' ., ,,, " ',, '.' I I ''.. 1 al ll';"' I IIC' IN 11 a vr' ilitozivil I -.'
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, ,, -. -: Parini Side ranlimi ''' 1 CUTICIIIIA,121CUM i ,, ,:ylint Eye Hospital in Nigeria 1 N
pastor W. H. Waller-Tel. 28- -a4041 .'
I i I i Cabo Verde. Ave tl. 1r de in Om 1 r A 'I Why :is it necessary to believe .111 missions Meny people
4 NA. 17 4 Chorrill0 .25th Nd. 27 -,. Poe! t I ii The Bible has a gteat deal to say on the Stibiect.
- blo Nuevo a-A St.-between ard and Stli I 4, A, I KnoW More' about the work the church is called to do.
cts' Like' tiagict' I :' ask?'
CHURCH Sta.- Rio Abajo lith No..274.- Gamboa I p & gat. dal's' 10141 ' 4
1 sire's and Frijolea t t ,, a m.'-' - I '' V B S -t---ILINE 9 20 94)0 I I 30 A At'
L, Pastes i ,.. '' ". '- ', ; ,' 1 ly, fragrant, Cuticura ,1 : -- .,,,-0 :
woe Pastor G. D. WillistnaTet 8-510 i I '''---
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' Talcum Oentaina doA I ''''. ; ': ''' Free Bus Transportation ' :
. 9:00 tin, Pastor A. A, Griule ; Tel. -1-102 e ,,.... -odorant antiaaptin ,, .,,,,, ,, ,, -. '
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'BRIG. GEN. PAUUL R. WETRAUCH ( et ) an Brig: Gen. toui ightower. incoming, ail
outgoing' Caribbean Command ,phiet of 4taIt. return to the r6',Ieting stand,. after
speetion, ot troops at the Joint HonOt qUad,iy.',einn,y at Quarry:Beights resterday
's r'"" : i::!; MS ArMY
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' PETER'S ', Sunday .School ,m,,honori of moth- by JIM Morpett a ,Auxiliary of, thp r, ,)
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'''' , ' ers. airs. M. ecankiliv wee of the 'Church of The Transfigtiratios4 11.
La Boca -e. Rev'. T. Franklin of Margarita IJ- Empalme, Rocas'del Torov, comas IF
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Services at St.' Peter's Church
in La Boca LOmorrow oa
onservance of .dogation Senday,
toremost is $-IblY'''QinillikAti014
,SChetitlied alift-'1110
dtui Spear rielst' ih 'that
OLiciate, vita choir itin4ing
lor' tile celeoration,'; ". ,
Thursoar is tne Feast. of the.
Ascension, an impottlant les4t uay
tne cnurcn Lommtnooratuig tne
event will be a cOmmunion ser
viee ketiro. 11;30,,it,in4
said by 'thapriest.
, flo$h ,1!., :,,
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PROTESTANT CHURCH
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, TomotroW ill the Curundu.Pro-,
tenant unurcn the emphasis will
be on "Worship'. ',Iogctner gits
,'-' ,
Sunday School will begin Prompt Promptly
ly Promptly at 9;30 a.in. wall a Class proLee.alach-auchalaer..a..the..
a raan
i.y. In Ine hiorning Worship the
minister will speak, on "Called To
Be A Mother"- 1
-,At the eevning Gospel Hour the
efriphasis lot the next tout Sun Sunday
day Sunday evenings together will he on
missions. Last 'spndar evening
was the 'beginning oa thia empha.
sis when Dr. and hitaANin woods,:
of HPJS cenducted,14Wevening,
service. This Sunday evening a
film on the Eyt Hospitalin Kano,
Nigeria will, be seen This hospi
tat is one of the worlia.being sup supported
ported supported by the church. The mes message
sage message aor the evening will 1,)e "The.
,01.,Missiona.7 -'
bint conlY
IfticUitin -;;Bible2' Schad' plena are
beint .ifinupittettic000t this .i-
year helot.4.;3-sitle 9 to 20
trom 9 to Ir.90 etich morning,
Monday through Friday., Free bus -,'
transportation will be furnished
tor the residents of ,Curundu and
Curnndu Heights. leufure announce
'petits will designate the bus stops.
Thre Witt,:te classes trom the
nursery, (brouth high school. The
nursery division, will begia for chit,-
dren lour years and bider.
ner deParttlien0 will be for
dren five and six years old. Pri.,
mary department will include'
dren of ,.the second,, third and
fourtfi gradec, dePartment'
will be for. 4ratIcv.. Bye and s'
IntermediatcdepaStifent will be
for grades seven,' antreight. Youth
department --include all high
school studentt,
The VBS; parade always held
by tile Curundu. Cburch will be
held Ret lupe, I, at, 9 'a.m. chil
drew, tome with
them, Itectirated.1Adolls .vil brint
their. cars for IransPertation., The,
closing program be Igh en on
Sunday ,,,lune 22 'at', 1 p.m. 14",,
- 'CHURCH NEWS
Moilierl Day will be celebratgl
at it First Isthmian Ba ot t's t'
Church ',on Sunday.,,iwith special-1
music and .spproprlate ,messagtb;
at all the services throughout the
Day,
At every. service the yottng peo-
Ple backed by ,the sera, cheir,
end the Sunday School Singere
be playing leading roles.
Beginning tomorrow also and
'Continuing through Saturday the r
Girl's Atutilary will be observ;',
ing Focus Week with special .pro-
grams each day..
; TRINITY MITRODIST
Tomorrow afternoon st Trinity
Methodist Church there will ,be, a,
special, service sponsored by tht
OM IMO OS OW milk moo So foil Imo jib 111
CUTICUIIA Talcum
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., Fint ootti dellotts64- 1'
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i I ''--------- Talcum 'entail dalA,
, : coke -odorant 4 antleoptia
I --- C-8 (Hozachlora t
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-- phone). KocP1 the I
. I akin trash and twoot.4.
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Prevents, teliaarns
haat toad dispel took i
'oes toot trtitotioto., BuYt I
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Sunday .School ot
ers. airs. M. erankiln, wee of he
Iter. T. Franklin of Margarita 1J 1J444,4
444,4 1J444,4 nion Church. will be ',the epecial
mon unurcn. Will De ',me opecial
speaker. Services- will bovheld 'as
usual at 9:30 rimAnmod87:16 P.ine
Monday, 7,:A3ft Plvti imOKIhing of
.the 4,1restival of Floweret
Tuesday 4:00 1) rimatY
Guild; 7:30 paw Girl League.
Wednesday 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.,
rriendship Club; 7:30 pin, Mert's
fellowship; p.m, CrocketAlub;
8:45. p.m., radio program. ,
4:30, p.p. Vcpos Ciub.
Xerifiay ii;00ipgs.aficnioito,t I u
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- Wondtoug Willie, something of
' a disappointment' in San Francis:
co because he was not hitting
the long ball.13roke loose with' a
vengeance last night to lead the
t Giants to an 11.,3 rout of the Los
Angelett Dodgers. The hometown
San Francisco crowd saw Willie
knock to live runs with two horn horn.
. horn. ers nd a double and else turn
- in a spectacular catch in the field,
The victory, the Giants' fifth in
- seven meetings with the Dodgers,
moved ,SaeFrancisco into secend
place ao half game behind the,Mil-1
waukeei- Braves. The Giantr 1.14
victoriis are the most, scored by
any teem in either, league.'
, The' Bravos, rang upt at r
fifth straight wilt by besting
the Cincinnati Radlogs, 51, fha 1
Pittsburgh Piratss took g 11 12-
: inning daciiion ever Nis' Phila.,
dolphis Phillies and the St.
, Louis iCardinals,-rsac4sd sail.,
entgarha losing 4froak, with
2 decision over, Tha Chicago
Cubs in stissr N.L. games. ,t
' In the American Leagtle the
1 New Yea .Yankees batted t h e
gurprisingVashington Senators, 9-
', 5,' the' Chicago .Whito Sox beat
. the Cleveland Indians, 5,-1);; t h e
Boston. Red Sox battered the' BM-.
' timore Orioles, and the De Detroll
troll Detroll ligers romped over the, Kan Kangas
gas Kangas City, Athletics. --
Mays, who 'hadn't g bomer
in,11 games,' softehed Dantiv
McDevitt with double during a,

lin Fealure, Bouts
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Flyweight 'challenger' Victor
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Asprilla and fiatherweight con?
tender Roberto Murillo .appear .appearid
id .appearid to favorites today to:win to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night's twin. feature. 1
' bouts at the National- Gym,'
Asprilla meets, dampion
by Quires in one 15-round head headliner
liner headliner and Murillo swaps punches
with Tito Mprshell in ,onother
main event set fdr tem-, t
, The balding Quires,-who has'
bold the 112-pound crown' for
eight yearie is Aot expected to
"-,,Ao the limiragainst his youtip
, hard-hitting opponent.
The champion dropped,a ten4
' round verdictidlouthful 1.oren0
le Samuels in, lus lax appear...,
once five months ago.',' r
, Asprilla Marshall, -,two
, scrappy operators, s'have met
," twice before. Murillo Copped a
decision in the first encounter
'and Marstall evened the score'
lust ever cmdlith age by grab-4,
: bing a verdict afters furious'
battle. -, 4 ,
In the tour-round curtain;rals4'
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EXHIBITION PITCHERS SET,
NEW YORK 1UPY.-- Warren
Spahn will pitch for the Milwaukee
Braves and. Sall nig lie tor Lthe
New York Yankees-T.wheri the
1951, World Series rivals Meet- in
an .exhibition -tame here next
Monday night.i The' Yankees will
turn their share of the gate over
to sandlot basehall while : the
Braves' share ',will go, to the
Jimmy ,Fund.
O'BOYLE NAMED COACH
' BROOKLYN, N.V, (UP)--lohn
O'Boyle, a former,' OIoradot AIM
player, has been named freshman
basketball coach at Long ,Island
University., O'Boyle played pro
basketball,; fort the, Philadelphia
Warriors, Milwaukee ,Ha wks.
Washington Capitols: and ;Wilkes.
Barre4 (Pad ,,DAtqp.qt 4 or
KAFTAN GETS POST'
BROOKVILLE N.Y.'. (UP)
George Kaftan, a, former Holy
Cross basketball star who also
played prn ball -with' the Boston
Celtics, New York Knickerbockers
and .Baltimere Bullets,,, has been
named basketball ,coach. at W.
Post'College of Long ':,Island,L sue.
cseding NW. :

Athletic

CAPITOLIO
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with Robert Taylor
UNTIL THEL 's
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- I NEW-YORK May' 10 (UP) --,1- an Francisco
, fans who bad been beginning to'wonder are convinc convinced
ed convinced today that it's true what they've been hearing
aboutlirillie ays. ... ,.,- , .., ,,. ,,,,,.,,: ,, ,,,
'' ' ii. ething of three-run Viant rally m. thb,- first
- Wondfout Wil I, Sam i
a disappointment' in San Fratn s- mng, smashed a ,three-run horn.
co because he was not hi tmg emrd in thel seheond inning and blast.
the long ba11.13roke loose with' a e a so o omer la the-sixth-In
vengeance last night to lead Lothe tthhe eighth, he put, the "icing -on
Giants Ao an IL,3 rout of the s e cake" with a back '.. handed
,Aagelett Dodgers. The hometosvn ctoatch of a, drive by Gino: Cimoll
San Francisco crowd saw Willie cut off. Brooklyn rally- His
three hits in four triet raised his
. knock ta live runs with two htuom htuom,
, htuom, ers anti a double and als irn everage to .389. -' -,' 4,.
' Ramon Monzant gained Iiis third'
in a spectacular catch in theffite d.ha
, win of the season as he held ,the
1-4. The, victory, the GiantsD'
seven meeting
Frsawocitihsetho etu foldghers, Dodgers scoreless and wound up
moved ,San' tohsecm6ndd with a 10.hitter. Charlie Neal had
: place a, half game behind t e, three h,its, for ,the, Dodgers. ,...-
waukeel- Braves. The Gianttl. 14
'warren -pa n
S h won 'his f I f t h
victoriis are the most, scored, by r1
, straight game with a nine hitter
any team in' eitherleague.- : while thefloSer tvaiilitib. Purkel,
, The' Braves, rang upth err
who had'Iron three in a row for
t fifth Straight win by beating
Cincinnati. Spahn, who also had
:, the Cincinnati Redlegs, 51, the
three hits in four tries, has beat beatr!
r! beatr! Pittsburgh Pirates took a 10 IL .en the Redlegs twice this season.
' : Inning deciiien ever 4he'Phila.,
,, Ted Kluszewskt, le0 off the
' i delphie t Phillies It and t S
-h. -t. 'fourth inning with his third horn.
' Louis ICardinals,anapPed a sev4 er, of thetiSPasW tif break '' -up ',,a
'' t engathe losing4treak with a 3.,!
brilliant-isiteislimo-doel b,,t.w.-6'
' 2 decision ever the C h I a a s e
- Pittsburgh's Ron, Kline and Phila.
f Cubs in ether N.L. games. It .- 0 delphia's Robin Roberts. Kluszeitt Kluszeitt'
' Kluszeitt' ., In the 'American 'Leagud the iki' blow Was 'only the fourth
New YdrkYankees halted t h e hit,off Roherts, who suffered his
surprisineVashington'Senators, 9- fourth-defeat. Kline won his third
5,' the' Chicago Whito Sox, beat game,with' an eight.hitter a n d
' tha Cleveland Indians, 5.11, t h e hasn't' allowed an earned', run .. in
Boston-, Red Sox battered the BM- his last 29 inniigs,.- ", !'.
' timore Orioles, 4.5,' and the De- ,Sam' Ionetlurned In' the first
.-1 troll ligers romped. over thaK n
77a comnlete-gaine, victory by a St
,,tas City, Athletics, 7.1.- .'' -- , LOuis 'pitcher this year, scattering
Mays, who 'hadn't hiVit hoMer .seven Cub hiti and yielding both
AI games,' softened lip'. 11 nn
-a -Y runs On a two-run homer by Sam
' McDevitt with double during a
-' Taylor Wally Moon tripled home
r 4 i ri.. onerun and a c o r ed ,,- On Hal
;,11'',-'.' 411 l'; -:,''': ii.1:ise ''',,' '2'..' Smith's sindle when the Cardinals
:B3pni 'arum ;:-, took a 3-0 Oadju the fourth.-- Stan
ai, -.. Musial's ;47-itatte ihittiug, streak
,
:FaVo-red.J6 Win,
,,,,, ,,, ended when The...went 0for-41 -.,
The Yankeeeteturned to tiation
"- after a' week of rainouts and, beat
the Senators,- with a 13-hit attack
,. featuring homers ,by Yogr Berra
iTillii Fealure. Bouts
, .,, ii, ,, ,.4, Mickey Mantle and pitcher Bob
LI FlyWeight 'challenger'. Victor Turley,. Mantle's &Inlet was a 450-
''. Asprilla and fiatherweight con! foot instde-tha.nerk welloo. Turley
4 tender Roberto Murillo appear- survived' a shaky start to win his
, ed to favorites today tcr., win to- inorth strainht Paine and wind tip
morrow night's twin, feature with nine onilcenute., t ,,T ,,,.,
' bouts'. at the Natienal- Gyn.,' z.,,,,' ,,, Eit,411148141411welQ11, a italif.,:'
' ,t, Asprilla meets, dampien Ba-4.' ter m,,:...-s sat pi! ., t.,.,,,,.......,s8,
by Quires in one 15-reund head- as the White Set dealttheln;',
liner and Murillo swaps punches diens their third consecutive set setwith
with setwith Tito Mershon in ,,another back; Te.t Resrd hit a twa.run'
main event set fdr tem-, t .,
, The balding Quires, -who hat homer et! 'rookie -Jim (Mudcat)
bold the 112-pound crown' ter Grant, wino Auffered his first de.
feat end Wont, singled hems
eight yearie Is ,41ot expected te ... ..,. ,
-..44e tha limtragainst his yoult11-i.
- Tml WiliTo OX, Mal run. 4, ..,., 1
, 'tor hard-hitting loppenent., , Dave -,Slirer, coasted ,.. to 2his
The champion dreppeda ten-, tourthov.11 Le. .- i h hindifilkadi yr; .0...04
' round verdictlImithful 'toren SIItr,,10.e -..ree,,21145
le Samuels Ins his. lase appear.- thv.Iimmv ,Plerso very Red
' once five months ave.'s- -',',1 Sox nintertit safelv parent Diek
' Asprilla and' Marshall, -,two Gnrnrt in ,,,, aqqoll that b-4-1.
.-- scrappy operators, shave met ed Billy O'Dell,hisi third loss. The
" twice before. Murillo copped a victorv was the Red Sox'. al X t li,
'' decision in the first encounter' in seven games., '0,- ,:
' and Marshall evened tha score' Ray lBOonot"lit a three .' r n n
lust ever a'menth ago by grab-4, homer and dmibled,,hoMe a fourth
: bing a verdict afters, furious' roo for,fitejitferr ntliognt four-1
battle. -.' 4 ,' ,, hit pihittfglIrm't-taut Foytack.1
', In the teur-reund airtain-ials4' Ned Garver' wettayoed in a four-I
or Serafin Garcia engages GerA. run eighth, Inning' and lost : his
man, Aguilera.-
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EYE-POPPERiDyrol Bur le leeon
eon leeon shows the strain aa, he sets
new' national high school mile I
record, 4:13,2, at Corvallis, Ore. I

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Pitts boxes Hans,,,;tretz, German
lightheavyweight, in 'Milwaukee,
May 19.
4

- TURF COURSE'.
Hallandale; Fla.' NEA)Thi
major improvement at Gultstream
Park for the coming year will be
the aiition of a- turf course.

, The .1'steeerbo'si PtaYbell
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'1 end Ole poor, bol dokyo ttot street,
e.-shes int 'in and tdssed ient
end iromtsett to I'M' :en t,hree
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414. Wins Poliminary .Too
'Gold Coast fans were treited
a preliminary contest Thursday
night featuring Cristobars Junior
Varsity and a Junior Athletic
Club five under the sponsorship of
Lou Glud Sporting Goods agency.
Louis Glud's quintet started off
the evening on the right foot. for
the Athletic Club by handing. the
'riger,J.V..a 62 to 44 defeat, Pac Paced
ed Paced by "Crow" Carlin's 18 points
the At. Jr, quintet moved out in
front early in the game and was
never headed. trooke'S 12 point
effort was tops for the losers.'
With- the exception of the ear early
ly early part of the fourth guarter, the
nightcap event was a ,: unaway
victory for the Athletie Clair With
BM Young and Ray Nesbitt in inflicting
flicting inflicting most of the damage, the
Athletic Club moved Out to a com comfortable
fortable comfortable 23 to 8 lead at tbe end of
the first period.' :
The Tigers shaved seven points
off the A.C. advantage' during the
second quarter, but still trailed
33 to! 25 at, half time. A.C.' coast coasted
ed coasted through, the third evader), post posting
ing posting 13 points more than the Ti Tigers
gers Tigers and upped theitv lead to 11
points, 50 to 39 by the end of that
period.
in shock InOvement that prac practically
tically practically caught the Athletic Club
vapping.sTddie Pabon started hit hitIting
Iting hitIting with amazing accuracy, net-1
ijng ,quick points to A.C.ts, sin-1
gle two-pointer to move within 3
points of the lead after 2 minutes
of the fourth quarter, had k been
played. But Larry.liorine and Bill
Joyce Joined the attack for Athle Athletic
tic Athletic Club and almost as quickly as
their lead appeared to be dissap dissappeering
peering dissappeering it once more built up un until
til until the Tigers had been humbled
by a 66 to 54, count. 1
4. Bulldogs Rule Favorites
1. To Cop Cage Title
On the face value 'of Cristobal's
last two outings, the Balboa Bull Bulldogs
dogs Bulldogs have been catapulted into
the role of favorites to cop the
'1958 Interscholastic basketball
championship Cristobal fared bad badly
ly badly even in defeating Jr. College

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The Balboa Athletic Club evened
the scored with their CH.B. rivals
at Margarita Thursday night with
a convincing 66 to 54 victory that
more than avenged their previous
62 tp 60 loss at the hands of the
Tigers last April 28. I
The four big guns of the A. C.
quintet,-"Ray Nesbitt, Bill Young,
Larry Horine and ,,Dick Gayer
were again blasting -with daadly
accuracy with Nesbitt pacing the
pack with a 17-point attack, Eddie
Pabon, who came close to putting
Cristobal back in the race early
hi the fourth quarter, led the Ti Tiger
ger Tiger scoring with 16 points.

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last Tuesday night, for a determin determined
ed determined J.C. five almost would not be
beaten despite the loss of Don A Alexander
lexander Alexander for the entire second
half Of the. game.
The tet.C. 6 to 54 Win did noth
ing to boost the, Tiger stock in the
rapidly,.closing rice. for the 1958
Interscnool basketball title. On the
other hand the', Bulldogs', hatte
shown vast improvement tinder
pressure; taking Cristobal into
camp in in extra quarter affair
and twice running roughshod over
Jr;'. College,,tvith; the latter at full
strength.-,.. ''
-Tuesday night's game at' Marga Margarita,
rita, Margarita, the last clash between the
Bulldogs and Tigers,' should tell
the story with Cristobal's only ad advantage
vantage advantage that of,,playingl on the'
home court', ,
The box score; 4-
Cristobal High fp fs pf tp
2 6 4 10
Pabon : 81 0 0 16
Gibson --, 1 2 0 4
Bosemati t!,.;1- 2 2 6
Chin 0 3 : 4
Kirkland ,,,, 5 2 1 12
Humplirei ,' 1 0 0
Kulig ; 0 p 0 0
'Total : 21 12 8, 54
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Athletic Club 'F., fg fa pf
Trout t : 2 0 4 4
Young ', 4. .., 7 ; 0 0 14
Gayer 6 0, 2 12
McKeown ; ',- 0 0 1 0
.,, 6 4 416
MeArthur 0 0 1 0
Nesbitt 7 3 '2'17
Joyce ',173'
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, Total ' 29 8 15- ,66
George Brunet:.-,,,
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6 0 212
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George Brunet the Buffalo Bisons'
hard-throwing southpaw, tou,du't
have picked better time tol,reg
ist er Internitionat
League, victory.
' 'The dilsons, last year's Gover Governor's
nor's Governor's Cup chimpions, got off i',to
a poor start this season and still
are stumbling along in last place
:L However; Brunet finally :gave
manager Phil Cavaretta s m e,
thing to 'smile. about last night
when he pitched the Bisons to
4 2 victory over the Montreal Roy Royalst
alst Royalst He allowed only six hits. in including
cluding including home runs by Bob Len Lennon
non Lennon and George AncierYon. Louie
Ortir hotnered for Buffalo, ,
Columbas' scored two runs
the. ninth inning to edge the Rkhi
mond ,Vireinians, 3-2, ,and 'Pavane
downed 4-3., The Toronto
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-Panama Maior League softball
champions Bode W and Cafe Cool.
spot, title holders of the, Rainbow
City Open Classification loop, will
meet tonight at Mount Hope Sta Stadium
dium Stadium PI the first contest of a bestout-of-three-game
series. t
The SeCOn' game is.' scheduled
for Santa Rita ballpark : Monday
afternoon at 4:36;
Inauguration ceremonresAvill begin-
at 7 o'clock. The,' first, pitch,
Which Will' get the s'series under--
way. fs ekpected10 bethrown out'
before 7:30,
' Yesterday Boite W: whitewash.
ort Abernathy, Canal Zan (Paci (Pacific
fic (Pacific side) champions, 0-0,, for its
;second ,atraight shutout. to make
, sweep.of the series bo.
Awes!' tho twe -clubs
'1AbernathY Suffered. : 5-0 loss
Monday in,. the onening game.
A three-run rally in 'the,' third
frame, highlighted by- triples by
Edmund Lynch 'and Teofilo Pe.
-terkth gave hurler Eddie Morrell
all the.,tallies, he needed for vie vie"
" vie"
,The ,Vvinners pounded ;out' five
spfetics in the seventh stanza
when they plated three 'more msrk
ers, Peterkin; who had a perfect
evenbie with three safeties. smash.
ed:'i double. which was, the, big
blowioto the frame.;
,c The only- serious scoring throat
for' the losorS' came' 'In.the first
hon they leaded the -basis
with, nano out.
,' Leadoff hater oBoh- ,Tabt was
sent to first after ,being bit by a
ntelt and the sacks were filled on
infield singles' by,Larry Jones and
Johnny Malenti t
raht, however, was tagged' 'out
in a rundown catcherlto-shortstop
to-eatcher arid Morrell I anned
c;emoup hitter. Woody, Wirdrow
issued. a -nass to Abdiet Flynn
and struck out lsing pitcher Lou
Hilzinger, le 'retire: the tside with
no'dmitge dere.,
Morrell.',who -tossed .1' th
fear-temple-rout seven and walker!
two; That only ononiii0 :batters
who ,solved oef.ltiovai '', Were
Ten e two' ti Ingle S. and
Jones., ',' :
'oPlzinger" gave .un six: safeties,
iviiiffert and permitt,ed twol
frem nassem. ''
,The W, team' had a doo.
rootrir(-fOr'k ti 4' I t
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14,410'1,10e in tho rnIgton.
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t.,MEtICO (UP)Davey
Moors; ranking featherweight con con'tender
'tender con'tender from ',Springfield,' Ohio,
predietetrUilg he : wilt. "knock
Out," cbaniPion ,Hogan (Kid) Das.
sey 'when Ihey,', meet', Moore is
here preparing for a bout' with
Roberto (Mono). Garcia Nay,' 18.

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Milwaukas 13 7 .650
San Francisco 14 ,9 '409 IL.
Chicago 13 9 2 .591'', 1'
Pittsburgh 12 9 '.571 '11A
Cincinnati ; 9 9 'ZOO 3
Philadelphia, 12 .429 41A
Los Angel's 1 9 14 391' 51A
St. Louis ,,, '' 4 14 122

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' Today's Games
Cincinnati at Milwaukee
Philadelphia at Pittsbrgh
-- 1,os Angeles at San' 'Francisco
Chicago .at St. Loui'
.
Yesterday's. Results
(Night dame)
Chicago 000 000 200-2' 7 -0
St1 Louis 7- k 100 200 00x--3 4'
Drabowskx (1-2), Fodgd,'
and S. Taylor.'
Jones (1-3) snd
- A '1-
Phra.. 000 000 000 000-0 8' 0
Pitts. 400 000 000 001-1- 4 1
- Roberts (1-4), and Lopata.
Xline (3-2) and Polies.,
Cincinniti 000 030 000-4 9 0
Milviaukee 000 020 03x 5'12 2
Purkey (3.1),-Rebe and' Bailey,.,
Spahn (5-0) and Cranda11.4- ,,'
(Night Game) t.
Los Angeles 000 000 102-- 3 10 0
San Fe& 340 211 pox--,11, 12 2
. WPMonsant (3-3). Lt!--311;DeVitt
(1-3).

., By OSCAR FRALEY
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NEW YORK (11P) ,-, Connie
Mrack, one-of the inventors of- the
game, once estimated that pitch pitching
ing pitching is 60,per cept of baseball.
,,This 'placed pitching and defense
tinder ,one category Yand le,t 40
per cebt to attack, Which means
that ih the old gehtleinan's active
mind Ditching had a 20 per cent
bulge en bitting if the inatterof
wInning games.' : 6
Alr of which Is being .pyoveci
once again this season..
,l'he proof is being posted by
such gentlemeh as ,Stan
and Mickey,. Vernon along with
their clubs, the Cardinals 'and In Indiang,
diang, Indiang, as. well as' such Assorted'
teams as the Yankee, Cubs 'and,'
Senators. , .-- --'

Consider first the Cardinals. Nu Nusial
sial Nusial is 'batting a blistering 4.5'40--
a mere- ,13. points ahead of his
closest comiietitor--4nd IS hitting
as if he intends -to wrap up the
National League batting, title' by
Memorial Day.
, ,'
Pitchers'To Blame
' Yet bis Cardinals are 'atiOut to
drop through, the bottom the
National League With a record, as
of ThursdaY,,kil 14 losses in-, 11
games.',The answer in the rec.
oda of the Cardinal throwers. In Inthe
the Inthe 14 games they,lost, the "pitch
ers" gave up an average of 1-
hiti and seyen runs a game. Not
a pitcher has gone, the distance
and in the three games won by the
miracle of Musial's hat they, gave
up 33. hits--or an average of 11
per game..
The COS are the surprise'teaM'
of the early :season, righk up'
there in' the unfamiliar heights
REPEAT SERIES PREDICTED ",
CHARLESTON, S.C. (UP)--Bin
Veeck, a pretty good judge of tal talent
ent talent in his years as a major league
execuilve, predicts the Yankees
and Braves will win the American
and National League pennants.
Veeck, on a 'speaking tour, said
the Yankees should, win the AL
flag by 15 games apd,'the Braves
the, NL 13unting 41,0se race,. 1

AMERICAN LEAGUE 4'
, W Pct. 'GS
New York 11 4 1.733
Washington ,,04. 11 7 411 '111
Kartill$ City 8 8 .5004' 2Tio
Claveland 10 11 .474 4
Boston 4-, 10 )1 .476,' ,4
Baltimore 8 8 .476 '''4.
Detroit - 10 12 455 4
Chicago 11 .313 4t4
Washington at .New York
, 'Kansas, City' at Detroit
Boston'. at Baltimore ,4
Cipreland at Chicago'
' (Night Game)
Washington 110 200 001-5 2
New,York' 021 110 31x-9 13 1
Ramos '(2.1), Byer y.ancr cpirt-
neyi ,
1' Turley' (4-0) and Berra,
Cleveland' 000 000 000,-0
Chicago 011 210 00x-5 13 1
, Grant (3-1): 51cLish, Torn;nek
and Nixon. ' '
Wynn (2 2) and Loll-r

Boston 050,222 002-13 44
BaltimOre' ,- 200 000 003 4'11 ,3',,'
,Sisler, (4-1) and White,
.(2-3) Beamon, Walker
and Traandos. -
rl tic.,1--
,, (Nig- t Gam') p
Kansai:Ckty 001 000 006-1'1-4- 1
Petroit 300 000 04x-,7 13 1 el
Garver 't3-1),; Trucks and 4Iouse. 4,14v ,(
FoytaCk (3-2) and liegan'
, -turri-L
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when thet figured t be doormats. ,-
The'answer. again is' in the pitcli:,,-.
ing.:Chicago's ,hurlers have- held ','-',',
the- eppesitiOn tt) ita Mitragei! bt"'"'7,4
,thret' 'runs ',le rA mt. -4 a11.4Ve a11.4Verage
rage a11.4Verage ,of aClier, its post the& 1
startling trifin)phg.n:.. 2,':.,';',': ., 1
' Vern On rii t leadiii:' ,lerli-,-. 1,
League-bitters -with a 4, ,',Ildtb
and Yet the' Indians 'nlain' :
no 4 better.' than .5, ,.. i'l i
pitching ,Ligurs fte, , i
sliver., in the losses, Ley ,g I 0- titl :
an average of 10,bits per gailie-d-'''
and in the victories cut taw, nown ;..',,
to an average of 84 bits.--', '"
,i.,,,'',,.,, ,1,-yanl!ses,,.1to' i , (4.:,
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-Meanwhile,lbe Yankees gd,right ,,
, .,
on tolling along and the answer 'V
isn't., strictlYz power. '' The 2 Yanks t
have built bp a longttime ,r9puta .- 1
tion.'as, ptwer 'bitters since the .'-;.!
days -of murderers' rolv hut,, hid- .,. i
den -beneath the hitting hoopla, I- A
,they,,,alawys' have solid Pitching .',. I
and' a sinoothworking deteuse.',' !,
'This 1 season ,, their pitchers have -;, I
gone 'the distance six times lir 1,4, 1 4'
victories while' the stuprising A's ,.. I
end Senators each has 'received r 4
five route-going performances.;
It you still give' power the edge.f.':.,
takej a look at the Boston 'Red
Sox as well as tht 1947 ,:Giants
and 1956 Itedlegs. ,, '.... ', n : -
- Thelled Sox have seen Ted
Wi llama win hive batting, titles. ,.,
Yet, tile,ir only pennant ikrecentkt,
times came 'when Williams didn't, ,l'i
bat, id theltop but gurried the bad !,
' for a -rnere ,312 average. They won ',,,,'
it wben :rex Hughson and Boo Fen: ,,
' riss had 20-plus seasons and Mace'
Brown was great in re!lef.i.-
The Giants set a major league
record of 221Juitners -in 197 and ,,'
,i
finished fourth. The Redlegs' tied, ..,,,
that mark in 19567.and '..finistied ,,, 1 i
third., ''.- , ,. , ,,,, f:.,
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c!e,-inuly hitter.. ,Woody, Wirdrow '',.... : ,. :. ,- .; ,,- .. t .. 1' ,-,.. , r.,... .!-- ,-..' s ''.,, ,,i. ,
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1:957,W rid 'Se ie rivals Meet- in BM Young
'' :lit' rtr'''gsame here next victory for the Athletie Club. IIT!
nignteip event....,was';,.. a .....unaway m K
odt I tt hal dNa emS ab let! t, tl nht he heNoeSbeltt
NoeSbeltt heNoeSbeltt ..i .:...:1; .:, .':'S 2 retire:Abe :eside..' with .
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Horine,... '''' ''''- '.:,..'', 6 4 '416 InlFfligetIO.'
7 3, '217 -,.' rtorrell...wholossel .t. th ee-hit ; --",.; ,"...-...;1 -i '.r..i ..' .--.:.- ..! ...,.1.: .., ,;:.-',. .. f :. ,-- '- --.. : ---(1
. ,Iv, i erroCtt rttrir,ritt even. arm wok 4 ., -..',no,!..,f .:I.. I. ,,,,,., 11.. ,.. .,:. ,, .. : ;imi,
' ' McDevitt with 4 double during flicting mostaa
a' Taylor Wally Moon' tripled home an' "ea-4 kl--'' ---T-71i k ill Athletic Club moved Out to a tom- J y e,.,,, ,. ., .. 2 . a t a,d,
Monday night 'The an ees., w
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t".'Thil 'flnill.. annn'sin 4 '1)4" n ,- ase a ---- 1 e --t ac c,:- al ----
4 i onerun and a c o r e.d On Hal
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urn, er a . fortahie' 23 to 8 iead atithe eu
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T t 1 "- ' ..''' ' 29 8 15- '66 who ....solved his.... otrerinei ''', Were ..- , fr ': 7:
',f': ''.i. .'' 4 '''': i:,-t'4 ':''' '' '1: '' ''' & 4- S 1111 i el -when the Cardinals the first ;period.' '' , k ,:,..... o a . .,. . ...
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' sralene 'with, twe-ri i n t t d .. ' f' : ';.;.". '. : ' ''. '''' ' '-' '--.'i"; '...;:',:-.',',--': ; ',,, ei- '' '''4'
' r'll ' tit 4 a a 911 -: i .., Int s s it. e . t t
1 -- HASPrilla Ilirillin ,:..-.... took a 3-0 ;eactAn the lour h.- $ an
, l' , '.. 1Viusial's 41-gfrtne ihitthrg-, Weak jimmy:,
to sandlot' baseball while : the
Braves' share,:,. will .ge, to the
Th Tigers shaved seven Points ::
' i Tillifealore. B011115, '--
1 the Senators'. with a. 13-hit, attack
. 'festuring homers,, ,bv yogi' Berra
' ';11- FlyWoight '' challenger' ',Victor Turley.. Mantle's brinier was a 450- O'Boyle, 'a former,' Cciloradot MCA mg 'ha
player, bas been minted:freshman !'
University.... O'Boyle played pro .'.''" points more
ed ,th ir 1 id te 11 '' :, '' -', : .', '.-2" :''.'i'''. '':.::-'''; slOs:'''reetert'ler''''kefitbratinet ',last game once estimated tha '' i',- ' '' N
gemnatang011tPoP39 by ethe- eend of that Ills t, pitch- thret .ruria.,,p, AMP ''".14 -ail 'Ave '
:; '. ,-...-:',7 nielo It:Was ,annftwice4 t ft, e t 'lig is' so,per cent of baseball,' :' rage .,tif seVer .,. its .pt;st, ifios,': ;
In a sheci:litevement that prac- ': -' .. .. .. i,,, .. Who. Inferatt litinries ln an au; .,-.This 'placed pitchingvand ,defense yettien'y'is,r. 'titan:, ;:ieri-'L....
C d nta e: during the' G rt ' ' IL -.',..,- P el': ,- '1., 'fr.' :i ; c ,, .',.. :- s ,- s ., ,,,-, ,A.,,, ,,,..-,., ,. ;:, ': :,,,,,
o the A. a vs g d eorge urunet.,,.--,, rtii
, , .. ., ,. Funcl...--. .. ' Di nd, uarter, but still traile ., zin,ger gaie .un. iir safeties. -....- By OSCAR FRALEr'-,'--., when the' figured 't6 be doorMit '-
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' ''' iavore o 111 ':- :
sk, ended when. The...went elor-41 '.. : ,,..... ,,,- -,,, . -.,, - -.. .1: se 0
' The Yankeet'steturned to -tafition o'soyLE :NAMED COACH ,.; 33cto' 254:let, half time A.C.!.coat- -;' .', ...... '. -'., ',, .- .,,:.
d thteugh the third. 0.tlarterfr. Post- S'' ''.... .. Fi' t ''''
cores rs s.,
wliiffed pni,-and permitted 'two ; ', .. ,..,- i '.,,..1,,, ,,: .... ''',,f '-,'' The,answer, again is' in the 'pitch:.;.-,--.
',.'.,''''''''; .fre" -nasses...-,.. .!',,- ;''' :' ',,', ',-- ',:. .' NEW YORK, '',(UP,) --,7,,Cohnie ing.': Chicago's !hurlers -have- held ''''''''
' 4,- ' ''.','' after a week of remolds and, beat , BROOKLYN, &V, (UPI-John f .,
than the ,Ti- ,- ...N1, ft,,. '1,,TheltipitiV IN' toain had a don- Mach one,of the inventors ,of,the, tile-epnositiOn.'to ita .li'ytkao,: of bt ."..:Vi'
; t ,, 0, '; -''-,N, , Mickey' Mantle. and pitcher .: Bob basketball ,coach,,,:at Long ,Island 11'3,.--"ad'... '. -;. ,,, ., ....; lb In n
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to.. J., 3 i I :::,.:.7 ,2!i,....I. ''',-!r, ,,,,-'nPo,',1,11'1fre. .,:i.rore4110,', :,,,, ,:, ... ; ,... :, : ...startling trihmphs';': ;:;,,:;',,,:;,:',:::
' I:- Asprilla and featherweight. con! foet inshic.the-norit wolloo. Turley basketbal,; fort 'the,,, philadeiphia 4t,sa-y
u caught,' the Athletic Club .'..NgW YORK,', May 10...-(t1P).,-. 1entellna..ares-i!na. P4Agait 'nem; tinder ,one category and le-t',..40 League-bitters -with a 4 .,.-dirifk, 1
' 4 'tender' Roberto Murillo appear-. Yurvived a, shaky start to win 'his Warriors, Milwaukee ', II a w k s "n;
apping.s,'Eddie Pabon started hit- George Brunet the Butfalo,Sisons' inv., i..-. -.et 1,4,0;,,r10,..w.4 frt,,n per cent to attack., Which means and- Yet: the' Indians ,niain, :
'.;' ed to -favorites today- tel' win to- i
ovrth straleht 'Paine and wind tip i
Washington ', CaPitols .', and:Wilkes- ting with amazing accuracy, : net- hard-throwing southpaw,,,-cou,clu't 4:-
?an.. Temps Hasnitat this' mem' that in. the' old gentleman's active no 4 better- than' -.5, I fl :
, : morrow .. night's twin feature with nine strilccouts t t' 'T "'Y.-I:lane (1'1,-,,t31'911,4 ' ..,-, .4 t tilng -10 -quick' peints to A.C.tusin- have picked it better time to,,,reg; ;,:lon4.7..',". ,:.i. .,,,, lv,--..j. ,-. .:,,...' .,' .-, mind; pitching' had a 20 per ,,e t it hi :
en., p-c,..,,ng 1,:tigurs f.c0,-.' , ,, i
,, .., ..
- bouts'. at the Natiehat-, Gym. ;..,k, ,,,, Ett.1411481.44411ntelall a 41414.111iirt ,, -., ,,,,,., ,,,,,,,,, ,,,.,4;t:'',!.1.,.. -, ..
g e tWo-pointer to. move within 3 .1 s t e r'' 'W.!". tirst' Internatlonal-Ooifi,iNnA';',.,,te,,,kt,..k ,', a; traetured hulge On hitting if the ,matters,:,,ol-, swer. in the lesSeS;' L,ey t:::,::, Oil :
'-,',,,,,'Asprilla meets,. dampion Bo-. ..
'''' ":".. 1.1 I"! .' ''''''"'"'""1, KAFTAN GETS POST' :,. ..,.. ' .': points of the lead after 2minntes League. victory..,--; -- ,:. -., ., ii: '.: rleht', enkie in the rni'slisn.,.:,.., :. winning ball' games:. .' .. r. (',., ,On average of 10bits per gaine,,,,,;' '::,'
' by Quire. in ono ,15-round head.... is tile White Sot tioalt,theln;', : 4.BROOKVILLE,', N.Y.'. tUr) -- of the fourth quarter ,' had been ,mhe
), Bisons, last year's Cover- :'"..f' '',,,'-'---s;',.--r.,..---,,,4,,,,-- -., : ,.:',:. i -' ... ,.. i -
-'- .. 'and in' ,the victories .etit tiro', ,00wn '''' ',.
' litter and. Murillo swaps punches .diatis their .third contocutive sot, George Kaftan:,- i,,foriner ,Holy played. But Larry.Horine and Bill nor's Cup, chimplons; lot off i' to PAVEr MOORE :SEES Kr.1,,.,.. ',.. -.,.All'' of which". is being .p,roved. to, ,in.aver,age of .04 hits.-;;,,,,,..., ,.,,,,
with Tito yNtersholl. In- ,,,,anothor back; Te,I. Otere hit a- two-run Cross.: basketball. -star who, also Joyce Joined the attack for Athle- a poor start' this season and still i,,,, : '''. i .. . b ,.' : '..' '',:.. "..1 once again -, this seasen. ,. .:. ,.-,,. ,t,,!,:.-, -,,, .: ,, ..1,, ,, :. ,, ,-, ,..:,, :,
,. main vont set fel- ton.."',,.,,,...- ,,:.,
homer oft 'rookie jim tMudeat)
. played' pro iball ....With' .the 1108t413 tie Club and 'almost as quickly as are stiimbling.'along in last place 'ME ,ICO ,' ;CITY): (UP)--PaveY ',T'he .,Proof is ,. being: posted by, ,.i...,.-,;',,,,T;,,Tankoitt.Rol' '-'1:-. '.;' ,',!.'.:.
'. The, balding Quiros,'Who has: : Grant, whe.euffered his first 0,- Celtics, Ne York Knickerbockers their lead appeared. to be dissap- ,'i However; Brunet finally ,' gave. Moereranking featherweight con- such 'gentlemen' as Stan 1Musial. ,,,,-t.. .,....i,r.,;;;,,',',.. :. L, ,.,; ,. .,:.;.,...-1,,,i, ,,, :
'': bold tho 112-pound.- crown '', tor torfaat.,
faat., torfaat., and Winn singled home' and Baltimere Bullets,.,'' has bevcvn peering it' once, more built up un- ltender ';,,f,r,o. nt:,:',$pringfield,-.-'- Ohio,
' eight 'yoari,).1s 2not expoctod to ,.: Manager 'Phil Cavaretta '' an ntO, and Mickey t 'Vernon, along with --4, -Meanyvhile,'IheYankeei ierigilS ,,,,,, '1.
Pig Whita froxi,, final run,- k ,,.. 1'. named hisketball ,coach. at C- : til the Tigers bad been humbled thing to "smile.' about 1st:,' night predicted', tOilaY he : Will': it
.!-nock their clubs, the Cardinals 'and, In- o' ii telling along' and the, answer .: I''
- '--:,,Aio the limit-against hitt yotipp. ,,,....,
.-Siti.ler''.' coasted k. to -hi
''---a P t'College of Long -Island,' sue" by a 66 to. 54, count. ,,-,.... ...I i.1: ...,,.: Out.'" .ehatnpion :Hogan ,(Kiii) Bag,
wh h 1 h d th .Bisons-te 1' a' diang, 'as 'well as sneh assorted isn't. strictlYt,. POWet.:'': The ..!' Yanks r
-- ser hard-hitting epponent., ' -'
, ave ., ,. ; .1111,,e. os: , ,.. .., .. ., ..., A ..,,., en e pi c e e sey' 'when: ,they
" .The, champion droppod,a taw, fourik Mil 1'1411.1(lice,141-4 ) Pi7,4 cs 11
1 e-ing Ike,,f4. -Ow! ',' '0,,,,:l' i : .. 4.2 victory Over the Montreal Roy- ', eams .
' meet'.k MOote is t as'the 'Yankee : Ceiba 'and. have, built im 1 t' ' 'il
. a oriel me reputa .....
- -4 - '.'" ... ,s 4 Bulldogs Rut, Favorites ; here. prepannU for At. pout '' with s t -'' 0 -. ,.. -- 1 tion 'as ptw blte '
,.' round tierdictotelotithfOlioron, Sox, :.
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st e a owe nnlv.,six MO, in- ena ors- ,, -.,. .-. ,. ,:, .,, ., er 1 rs since the ':.,
Roberto, .(MonoY Gard.' Ma -18.
' : ao Samuels InAus. lase appear.- thy', Jim-my rso .
Pie itaveiti 'lied ''':- '''' :ii PITTS.STRETZ '. '.'i''......- .' To Cop Cat!, Title '
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onto runs by Bob Lon- ,.. ,, , ,,,... a, , Y." R .- t, ..---,.....--, -- ::.;..- .,...,---,,:, it -. clays -of murderers'. roo btit,: tild..,
' ..' once five months ago.,',,' r r' 'f,1 SOX nloyertit sittelvitextcen
b b,7(.4.. '', irLWAIlliEE (NEA--- r,,ville 7 On' the faCevilue sof Cristobal'S non and George, .- ,',-.. -.,..,',1-k .. : '. -- '' '' - Consider first the Cardinals. U- den' beneath :' the' bitting hoopla:I. t
AnderYon.' 1,,eule, . .,.
' Asprilla an& Marshall, -.two '., Gernert in en ,aqq.11.
Ortiz hontered for 'Thiffalo, ; ',,,, ,c ..,,, ., ., ,.mimr;:.,,;:jFit;cF,F1,1ja ial -is 'batting' a blisterinv.52 theyjala h 1' ' '''
wys' aye, so d -pitching i
at Th Pitts boxes-Hans skretz, Germ- last twq outings, the Balboa Bull Bulla
a Bulla mere' ,13, points ,, ahead ,' of .ins'''arld''',4 5-',81nOotii4prhing'''cl i ';'
. scrappy operators, ...have -, mot ed Billy O'Dell, hioi third ,loss... e
l' ht heavyweight', in 'Milwaukee, dogs bive been catapulted -': into Columbas' jeered twe runs "In. ,, silurr,DIT srtri,s, .. tick: e!use.1, :4 I
." twice before- Murillo copped a victory was the Red Sox ei.it t b iga 7 ... ,,.. ,.,.. .. ., ,,, .,..
the. ninth. inning. to edge the Rich,. q.-.4.:-.4,,,,164.1k:- -o--0-4;0,r a. i Plosest ComPetitor--;and le,, hitting ThiS ".' season., their'
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'..1:- the role of fivorites to cop the era. have .',,,I
' "n"..'' as it he intends '-to Wrap, 'up the gene 'the distance s' Fix ti
. '' '.docision in tho first : encounter' in seven gimes... ', ',':: ,. .. M Y .19 .i ,4, ... ..
. '., : 1958 ': Interseholastie: basketball' mond iVirainians,' 3-2, ,nd 'Pavane -1.SUPER PRE-RELEASr; :I;.. mes in 1.4, 1.'2
: "and Marshall. evened the' score' ".Bay Beonot"lit:i' three.; r n n ,, :,-. . ,,.,
National.; League batting,. title' bY vietories while; the stir risin A' .' '
downed .1 Miami. 4-3.- The Toronto .:,. g s ..i
-:CENTRALTHEATRE.'s m 1 Day ''''' ind S t ' P '-
d donb ed hoMe fourth - TURF. CO RSE
" lust ever month ago by grab-4, homer an ,,l ,, .. ti ". :' champinship Cristobal fared bad bad-
- bad- .,' ', ly even in 'defeating Jr- College at Rochester, game yvas rained out ,. ..., ..
, , .. emoria ,..., ,... i. . .1e. . enaers each has received r ;
, : bing verdict after,,,: furious' run forItiejitferY who'got fe r ..
-MAY 12--Hr ''' ,' f '. , .,' .,1....1 : .. five route-going performances.'; .'. t
' battle. -.,' 4' ',','-' ,.. ',':.- hit pitOthiggrgn"Ilut Foytack. :: Ha an a
11 d le '. Fla.' --"''N A)--,-The ,,,:.,,,,,,..,Th "' -'- "'-': Fitchors'TO Blame .;','''''..". It yu stilfgive power the edge' '''
' l.',.., In the tour-round certain-ials4.7 Ned Ga'rtier wowbayoed in a four, mai nr ement at Gultstream '': '' -'.' .'; ''''.'''''" '''':'.' "I,-71 .. . ., ; ..: : ., : r."7.777'.,-:-;: 1 -.-1.- .':-....., .-. ,'. ,'''T ., t k .1 it t I- -11 .s 1 D.--; : ; '''
C 1 r 1 m h( w e ming year will be. 's.: .' s',- , - '. i- -4 i A ,. ::...i....,..-:.-.,-!,..... a on a ha ".,,
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San Francisco li, 1 ,,, ,- 111 for Santa Rita ballpark 1 Monday
u afternoon at 4..30; -',' -'
, , , Inauguration ceremonres;Will be- Milwaukao 13 7 .650 Now York
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1 ed today that it's true what they , ,: :., ; ...,. ? , ,,,, ,,, ..... :. ,, .,. .. 7 gm- at 7 o clock. The:first, vitch, San Francisco 14 9 '409 19.- Washington 1; 11 7, .611 '''llAa
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which will get the t s -, Chicago 13 9:0591-4, 1 Kansas tity 8 8' .500 ITis
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' 'n' By Trevor Simon; las Tues.ay nig or a e ermi
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way, fs ekpected't0 be,,thrown out Pittsburgh .' 12 9 '.57,1 '112 Clavoland .. 10 11 .476 4 '''
A VeiOre 7:30., '' .1 ,,- Cincinnati 9 9 cnn t n..,-- .. .. ,.
' t ' :. ''' gsfilin0 ofl thrpe. Ciant rally in. thb fIrSt A 't t' , I s't 1
- t sl......4 ti141144ft 0 Aill rm.- 'Ins -1k.,- A 41-1-41. tri,,,i, A17061.).1 ilzbatchn elesertd,1 ft,. i-.0 ,st rtnIs Wil L4PiC13.3'G!':'
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wile, something ofi three-run Vlant.rally thb. 1.,Ilrslit 3 f -It I etie Club, evenedlbeatep despite the loss of Don A..

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If I "; I s' I ett Abernathy. Cum! Zona ( Paci Lag Anr;m6.

The A.c. s to 54 wi'n did n' vele) ch.a-m pions, 6-0,, ior its lit-. Louis
r, lat margarita inursuay 1116111, wiiu vi Sallie.
'1 1 2 Onntii git tn u victory that!

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,-, Imorpe than -avenged their previous ing to boost thge Tiger stock in the1,1"ung
62 t 60 loss at the hands of the rapidly closin race for the 1958
1 Ticpts last April 28- I Interscnool basketball title. On the tivf!sn tpreign.or snuteut to make r , ,.. ,, -- , 7 ,,,J o.)
,-'1 tleiln sweep of the series be I ' Today's Ge
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the. fwe lc Sub ; Cincinnati at Milwaukee'-' '' ''K r t ro ,
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A oern a in y su ffse re d a f 5-0 loss ,' LoPchihsi el aaAdgneoglpeahil etas salt. Pseitountsi,tivh,nrragn,h.cisc;. :. 1,: ,.,' .i-Es-c)tols-ve-fo-inratiatt-tTattarciihm iAleoacrio7 b ,r,,1,...' 4; .1,4,,,t;', '..
Angeles mw..5,,,... ..--
M oAn dtahyr e
ien-ruthne raellynilling 'thgtin,'e.third
' San Frincisco crowd saw Willie to cut off II Brooklyn rally. His r.,'", v.
- I fh-e- fo-u--r- ilg -guns of the' A. C. other hand the Bulldogs '. itaije
frame, highlighted by- triples by . ,. ---4-- ' ' ' ' ( 4
doaomo .2)00i i 7' 0 NeBWainYosOrki2. OB21 11,0 3 1,. 2 '.
three hits in four triei raised Ins quintet,- Ray Nesbitt, Bill Young, shown vast improvement tinder
,, ' knock to live runs with two born bornk2
k2 bornk2 Larry Horine and pick Gayer' pressure, taking Cristobal ,into
EdinuOdo Lynch 'and Teofilo 'Pe. -, Yesterday's' Rest;l'iS,;'','' "', 1 Washingt.nNig hitl0G2a00m.0)01-5Y:" :1. '. '
. ers ina a double and alsO turn average to .389. .., -' '.' 4,,
, in a spectacular catch in the field, ,.,' Ramon Monzant gained liis third' t i were again blasting -with : daadly camp in in extra quarter affair
in win of ,the season as he held ,the al accuracy with Nesbitt pacing the anti twice running roughshod over
'I' -, The, victory, the Giants' fifth
1)odgers, Dodgers scoreless and wound up ,, pack with a 17-point attack, Eddie Jr;', Collegesswith, the latter at full taelriktinhkg,taaviteieshurhelertmEedddeide peroryrieell ' ago- ,(Nigh000t
Chi ,.. ' - 1X-9 1,- 1
- seven meetings with the
. moved ,SanFrancisco into secnd with a 10.hitter. Charlie Neal had s A
' Pabon, who came elose to putting strength., ,,, ...,,, ,,.,' '., , :
'"';' tOrV., -o '." , 7 k -1), Yer y',and' Court
. I Cristobal back in the race early Tuesday wght's game at' Marga- ',,, , , ,, . St1 Lotus 100 200 00x--3 4 0 neyi ', ,-
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d by
, ,.. place a, half game behind the Mit. three hits, for the Dodgers. ;.:
t ,The 'win ' A
,k t in the fourth quarter, led the Ti- rite, the hat ciaahhetween he ners pounde 'out five Drabowskt (1-2), Fodge',' NicIpm ,Turley 4-0) d B '' '' '-
Warren Spahn won Ms f 1 f t li
. waukeiii- Braves. The Giantst1.14, '''. - ' ,
- ati erra.,
-- .': t '",4 ger- scoring with 16 points. .. Bulldogs and Tigers,' should : tell gofeties in the seventh 3 t a n z a and S. Taylor:. .,..,, I 4,1. vs,
t ,, , .. ., ,-, ...,, the story with Cristobal's only ad- when theY tdated three 'more mark JOneS .(1-3) and S, mith.r4,, 1, v Cleveland s .,-. 000 00o 0000 1
' victoriis are the most, score
straight game with a nine bitter
' ', ,, ,,, .' A----- 't '' Chicago 0 2 ''
, an team in' eitherleague." --
while- thifloSer tvaiillOb., Purkel, 1, .11,X. Wins PoliminaryToo : vantage that, of,,playing on the ero, Peterkin,' who had a perfect .s., 11 10 00x-5 13
", ,. Y ha B ayes rang up t ii a I ;
T r. who bad1Won three in a row for 'I ,., ,,, ,, .,-. home cotut '', ., evenow. with three safeties. smash. Fill a- .000 000 000 000-0 8 0 Grant (31). Al U 1'
, I fifth straight wilt y a
b be ting
Cincinnati. Spahn, who also had ,..'''','?'..ftu,.......4vemow...41 'Gold Coast fans were treited to The box score; ..',f',"' , erri double wh' h th h Pitts OM 000 000 001-1, 4 1 and N
, ic was, e ig c sh, Tornanek'
' CI trinati Roams 51 fho . ..
' ..- ths nc I t three hits in four tries, has beat- , a preliminary contest ThursdaY Cr1stohal High ,!2,' c, fit fs Of tP blowfothe frame: .,.' i Roberts (1-4) abd Lopata. ,,, ltrynn. (2,2) ",1 T ,-.1, ,,' 4., :
. A Pittsburgh Piratss took I 1.0 12. en the Redlegs twice this season. EYE-POPPER-i-DYrol Boric.- night featuring Cristobal's Junior Sasso .,1 '; oi'" ,,,-. f 2 6 4 10 s,"4, The only- serious- '-' h Eline (3-2) and Foiles. : ... ',,,--- ''''4'.:-.0. ,.
sconnq t roof
' : Inning dociiion ,ovet Om' Phila.,
,, T d Kluszewskt led off the
son shows the strain as, he sets
Varsit d Junior '' Athletic Pabon ,' ,, ,....", ,' 810 0 18 for' th I '' '' 1 --,- ," r ----- , .., ,
view.' national h' h school mile 1 Y an a , s asters cams 4n,the first ,----- ,' Boston 050 22 0
2 02--13 14 s, 2,
,-,, f dolphiio t Phillies It and t
hs r St 1 r
' -,7 'fourth inning with bis third hom- d 4:1 Ig
3,2 at Corvallis, Ore.' Club five. under the sPonsorshiti of Gibson ., ,, ...-- 1 2 0 4 hen they kiaded ths 0 Cincinnati 000 030 000-4 9 01Balti '
mass , more ,- 200 000 003- 5 11 3'
7 s. Louis Cardinals snaPtiad a fo'c, recor ,
er, of thalisnason to break up ',,a 'b.....,mo."......-,-r--,.... ' Lou Glud Sporting Goods agency. Boserrian '',y, ;:.. 2 2 0 6 with. none ,out. --, .',. ,,,, , ,, Milyfaukee 000 020 03x 5'12 2 ,Sisier (4-1) if whit,. '''', '
1' I Entombs losing ',Idroak.with a 3 briiii2ot.oiaokime.4001 k,a,t-w-a.' '' ' ,' '' Louie Glud's auintet started off Chin '' '' ,' "2 0 3 4 1.Padnft hat.. a),sis. m..-1., ,'''. 'Purlikr (21 ..tu,h. anti' IZilow et, r,.-1 i t n a an ----, z :

, W 1,,VIA ka) beamon, Walker ',
'"' --'" "a" WIS Spahn- (8 0)-an-d dranda1.177''? 1 and Traandos ,
sent to first after,being hit by a 4 r',. ' -4:
inniiiceltidansidn lie sacks were filled on '," :- --..., N ,. , v I ,.........,,....,
IC C ub by band g the HumPhriY, I.
in .-,.::', I VO'2
eilitot: .: .: ,;,, o,,..,,,,,-pa,- ,..:;1:::,,..dp,, e. ,. ttbh ee eAvtehleintg 01 the right foot, for Kirkland , 4 2,,. -: 05 02 ,,0111:02
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. rtc- Knote Tiger,J.V..a 62 to 44 defeat. P!ic- K,ulig ,., ,,',,,, 1, I g es by Larry Jones and T .. A..SN,..ightG,,amn e.1 tn' ...- I ,, CN1 l'it Ga t)
1.2P nn All Mt 4d.rrnw" Corlin'a 12 nninte ,

I., : s'v "-- --":- i 9 ult...ou zumena. win, blitiel CU nib 111. lif Ilhir C a ,- .ff I 1. 1 ..g
; turprisingVashington Senators, fourth defeat Kline won his third ,....., ','' T -,,,T 7 -..7 i.: .'' ifTe 'IC- -,fr',:cluin-t-itmoar.. e-d- ortamin- .' Taal ,,,, 'is. ':.-:, 21 12 8 '54
,' ''' 5,' the' Chicago ,Whi Sox, beat game with' en eighthitter a n d ...,... .',' .,,'. -- .,:, .. ..., tront early In ,the game and was '.. -- , :
, the Cleveland Indians, 5,-0;;., th e fia ','
sn t allowd an earned, run in -. .. , ', never headed. .Crooke'S 12 point Athletic Club '; .-- fg fs pf tp.
1 Boston-. Red Sox battered theral- big last 29 inninti,, ,, -, .!.. EXHIBITION PITONEIts:sET, effort was tops for the losers,' Trout ',. 't : 2 0 ,4 4
e
,' timore Orioles, 4,3,' and the De- s J
am one4'rturnen ih the first NEW YORK AUP Y Warren With; the exception of the ear- Young , 4 , ., 7 0 0 14
, ,z mit 'Moor,: twitned over th& Kan- 1,..,...,........ ..,,,..,.. .L... .. d, nahn wiii niteh fnr tho Milumnirob IV mart of the fourth nuarter, the Gayer '.. ', 6 0 2 12

1 Yet bis Cardinals a re : about -to ,iy,Sa noeTxdth:3'ilit9:,..5:116.iwr-e:Red-oleinds114.1.eyosi, pst.;
man, Agoilera.- ;''',, -...;', ,, ,' ,l, first dictsion after three.,ins. ',', -1 rse , w
' r .. - -,. ; '. ; d 1.; '' 0, ,,t -,''' ,' .- I i, -, .' ... ,' ',.-',-;,., ( 7,7-, drop through, the bottom o' the
, National League With, a record, as
-,....,..,.-No. . ...I ., ,... ., .,.. , , ',,, ' of Thursday,,--Of 14 'losses. in-, 17 tWimi feisamettsmwein,whtievni
.. . -, -... -- ....,.::..r, ,-, ,,,o,,-,,...- ,, Y '', C'' i!. '. '', y '' '; 1,
bat, at theitop but
.' '' POO '. '' "a t ---
I) iit ; .41'si.'' ',' L r 4 60c -. , ; .: : ir...:,,, r 21 :, 1
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Not a -mere ,312 av
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ift)rwhen :rex Hugh!
' '' 9:00 '' '' '30c '. - -- - etltrhra sdin:le 4:g.fg' a' a:tmhehe: uscapntah'rs eawdYni671j'aailsvtste'hritrnah:. evt:Ile'Prosifrt. ce'llhe:;
, : t TODAYTOLIORR011 '--- ' ,' 4 ',,- , -:..4.,,, hiti and seven tuns -a game.,
: a pitcher has gone. the diatalice
, riss 'hail 20-plus si
and in the three games won by the Brou, was great
, , ,.. .. 't ' (,Y 2 4.1: ., 1 K "' I miracle of Musial's bat they, gave '''''
0' GREAT',WEE,,KE.ND'
, ,, --, pe,r .ga,me,..F .,, ,,,, ., ,,,, .:,t, '.,,,, ..,,,. ., The Giants set
. R Et E, A S,E1:-.-,0,.,..,',,,,,., ,,,.
' son , ' 1 ',1.' xl,
, up .33. hitsor an average of , record of 221 hot
tfihnaitshed fourth: 'I
, A MiRTHFUL MOVIE EXTRAVAGANZA ;':.1,',1:, 't',,,..',-,-:,':,7' ,,-, ,, ,, ,rv, oC)
, 0 3 mark in 19
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, ..'....'1' 45,01).,.',. plivesoewITA,.r,:, ..., ,! ..: ;,' 2 :wall. ;,-....14,, 7,,.,',...' -,,,;-..i '(.., ..,.. ,, '51,,, '. .i '..., .2, ',,,' ,I. H'. -,1 .1 1 t) 66. il'.. '1'. ,,
. t ;,,.. The Cubs are the Burp Ise tearn
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At! ,'
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' Veeck, A pretty good judge of tal- riolav .-
, ent in his years as a major league , -woo
En. c
Lana Tu
, '',-' of the early -"seasort,''- righk up.
. Mr MaCk is gon
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' '' ,' to: egcrpRetAARI art,' E. st shETeRol UNEn; Iplitill.EaD(ru;cphIe......11 g0Bh it 8.11; 1
sW1 are with us.
T li e- . t '64 2' ' '
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'. ,-,, ',, IS4,5!: -'-,.' ,',' ,vitio , ..''' 0,,,, .. ,. :. ,,,,,. executive, predicts the Yankees ; '' "PEYTON
, li '' ?'
. . and Braves will Win the American
' ,.,
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Allen On Del
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. thesteadr ,,. Helmut 'Di
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----",- .. ,, t h e Y a n ke e s sPe'hi4 eoaukal dign,ugew in:tire:1:e' a 151AatIsLd.
flag br-1.5 games and;the Braves cs ,,.,
'" i!ji ... Alpe, .: : ,,,,,,,,,. : '.: ,:, : .. -, : -',, the, NL bunting 3n, e '.xl,p,se., Tao& ii,..
' .- i' .,,, 4 ,,,-; N.,, ' ,r ', st 2,, ,..' she's metlin and fdssed 'ens ,-. ., ,-
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, NEW YORK (NEA)-- Any day
bight now tile seven members
4 tne very ve-cet 3,001) Ilit Club
ill have to inot over tA matte
kits tor Staniey. Musial.,..:,
Tne stroking of that 3,000th,
ow officially, at place Stan Aid-.
il. where ho belongs.' .w i t b,
e giants ot the gameCap An.1
n, Ty Cobb; Eddie Volans,- Nap,'
apie, Tris pealter, .lionus Wag-,L
..?r and Paul Waner, , s 1
) li: you'don't 'belie e that his is
,singulAr achievement, ,consider,
-le ,alustrious rombatants w h--o'l
dill Make it. The list, includes',
4ch renowned uanws as. k rcd.1
larke,-Zack- Wheat, Rogers Born.'
-I, Babe Ruth, l'Eanic Frisch, i
,le Traynor, Ham, liellitunti, Mel;
tt, Bili Terry and Chatley. (leh.-1
:Iner and Stan the Mau is go- t
.g stronger than ever at 37.-- A 1.
st Season of peak production
bile serving in' the, NaVy -didn't-1
One more and, gusial will brie',
ed the immortal Bonus Wagner's
'ark et eight Natiouel League
itting championships, but .. b i ii.
cordwrecking 'and terrific ear.;
I foot this spring is not the most
insult "story in' conneetion .with
,e wonderlid guY who same- to
11'. St. ',Louis Cardinal organiza!
obout of Donora, Fa.; ,iligh as ii
thand,pitcher,,-, -- , 't ,
heNt- AMAZING 4.4tAlar :Nis
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tf
imching i third baseball li f e
ith a bad. left shoulder. ,,,,,- :.,.-
rig fall 'it- wit '-v,)hispered It.,
und that Muslat's brilijant Cc.
er mightlie it an encid Taking
king.size rut at the ball.' i n d
issing it, Stan pulled the .shoul .shoult
t .shoult 'vviOh he injured. at- a kid
'tcher playing the outfield. 4'., i'
The first injury, incurred' hi
imbling rafter a ball in Orlando
hki he -way,c1Vand ',II' member
t the Daytolie Beach soluN of Vie.
ass it 'Florida' State Lea gu e.
gs. a' break In more ways than
Is. It probabl 'put him in the
Afield several years before 'he
herwisd would have started' his
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stew, i Q,t,t, as elle of the truly
great fluters. He, was quite a
pitcher; you see, leading the
league witn 18 and 4 and !laving
176 strikeouts and ap earned-run
average o. 2.62. -,, v; 1
But young blusial could no 1013g
et. pitch, so ,,'simply. had to hit, i
as he explainE,His on y fault- as
a tremendous outfielder was that
his arm wasn't quite strong e enough.
nough. enough. .i z
' EVERYBODY FROM :WAVE
Busch on down winced when Mu Musial
sial Musial had to take himself out of the
game last tall.,111s, arm had been
considerably ram Ilan adequate
as that of a inatchless first base.
man, but now' he was crowding
37 end not 19 and could no longer
swing the bat which made him a
bank director. He 2 was ,out ,20
games and while he pinch hit and
played the last 10,-,, apprehension
and. a his Aump,,on-,his ,shoulder
remained.. 1 ,' ' ;
,,,He was still much toncerned s,
bout the shoulder when he took
things easy -in a benefit exhibi exhibition
tion exhibition game in Key West '"Th r et
weeks before ', be,,,reported for
spring training. , 1,,
'''The coiled spring, Spring was
still, there, however, and the lump
op his shoulder had gone down
and Musial was, off on a consecu
tive-game hitting streak in his
quickest,, start in, 16 fabulous
years,. .1, ,,,
,
'' MUSIAL'.EAS111COLith all'
won atiOther batting' title or two,
He played practically the entire
season of 1947 while taking peni.,
cillinNshots to freeze a cantanker:
ous appendix and suffering from
ugly..tonsi's. He underwent Swap.,
pendeetonty ana a tonsillectomy
the day after the season closed...,
lof
Thci pitthers tfuldn' handle him
vvitileklie 'was xior, thet 41, e x t
year Whitt Start'Mu lal NitaS well
again he resumed adding to Ida
string of batting championships.
4 The guy could fall out of bed
in the middle of the night -a iLd
half asleep triple to right center.

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!Lt. Col. C. Tippett,- a USAF
eservist assigned to Caribbean
it Command for his active duty
lining' periods, was' a member
t the teem that recently won the
irst International Challenge Cupl
Fishing Toumament'at Cs Cs).
). Cs). Elaricop Peru.
dCol. Tippett, South American re.
l'esentitive 'for the International
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avil viation OrganizaLion,
ncy -of the 'United- Nati s,
takes his residence in- Lima, Pe
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Together with' S. Xit'Fartington,
welkktibwn U.S. writer of rail.
la'd and fishing books who' tat
4 is'"Fishing the Pacific," made--
the. winning team:
--h;ng under the colors of the
anco Fishing Club of Peru,
lett captained the tea m,
flit over five tons of game
he. thrce...weeks Period.,
1 27 April.

No other' drink satisfies mori than a
fine Scotch i', and pt:White Horte,,
Scotch, Whisky' reaches ,
pure perfection.',1 A -
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FISHING TOURNEY WINNERS ', Lt. Col. C. J.Tippett Ge
and &Kit Farrington,' Jr., recently, won the First Enternationt,
Challenge Cup Fishing Tournament at Cabo Blanco, Peru. Col.
ITippett, a USAF Reservist; who trains With the Caribbean Alt
tommand,-captained the team' that caught- over five tons of
igame fish. Two of Ails smallerspecimens are shown above

Iteservis

Owings, captain of the ,Atlantic
Coast Team catight tbe largest
game fish ever taken in Ntourna Ntournament
ment Ntournament fishing, a 1,180, pound black
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' Five teams entered the contest
that cruised the world's greatest
fishing, grounds off the west coast
.of Northern Peru,,,about 32 miles
from 'fa lara, Pent. At this point
the cold Ilumboidt current, a mass
of colki Water about 150 miles wide
meets the Southward sweep of the
eouatorial current to provide ette
ry species of fish of Any conse:
ouence caught in the Pacific with
the exception of Wahoo and Alli Allison
son Allison Tuna-Tlie strunge thing of
these particular waters is that no
fish ever taken has been mutilated
by sharit
Another 'record of the Cabo
Blanco Club is that member Al.
Ind CGlasselly.-.1.t.; of Ilouston,
Texas, hold the record for taking
the lareest,recorded Black Mar.
lin, 1,560 potinds in August 1953.

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,4. LIONS ,, HONOR :FARM LEAGUE ,',C1JAMPS J.:Balboa Lions Club of Balboa, honor the Cliini Cliinipions
pions Cliinipions of the Pacific Little League Farm team, Mutual of Omaha. The ',Iona awarded gold,
plated ;oscarettes to the winners,. Standing (let t to right):, Lou Seldon, Twailtwister,,, of the
Balboa Lions ,whe ntade the awards, M. Harrin gton L. Fontaine, Wm. Schmidt, D. Earner,. VI
Jensoni; L. Austin, G. Vaucher, S. Diamond, Sch midt'l; manatee and coach. t :, ,, '.
., i(Front row) J.,Gangle,lt. Williams, Wm, Ga rber, B. Williams, R. Harned, T. Stoaaley.: ..'''
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' ilk "t':' 'II'. ti" '11 tv' I; t
The mystery of S y Su Iva 1 o did the ublic react o this
is not, that he ran so wretchedly 'obvious fraud about which -,, bey
in the, Derby but that he had sold could not 'possibly have, been in
himself to millions of fieople, igdorance7 They frenziedly pack packrotmd
rotmd packrotmd the' country thatins, could ed the Garden. Apparently they
not, lose, ; didn't care w.t;ther Camera coulct
! Y. ,1 fight or not. They were simply
Thiswas not -sentiment, as thr determined to see This giant 'they
word is commonly: understood: it had eititi so much about,
was conViction,- because the peo- Curiosity,- as d' Barnum' proVedl
ple bet him., He opened 'end clos; ydars earlier, Is a marketable l led
ed led as the Winter -Book: favorite, tem. This wotild explain Cantra's
and at the track, $247,680 was bet appeal. Silky's is different, 'or
on him to ,witr,, es against $250, else people 'wouldn't, bet on him.
69 9on Tim Tam. : ,And as the gentleman to our left
!The most ballyhooed, horsi in od the-plane back from Louisville
Derby history," it hag-been writ. remirked: l'I'm still going to bet
ten. In the sense of volume -pu- him in the Preakness., He illSt
blicity this is true. 13ut the ,word didn't like the track out there,
Itas misleading -connotation) ,A dramatic or colorful perform.;
plying the manipulation of a shod- a ,is' often invested with ability
dy product, a la Primo earner. in"excess of his intrinsic Anerits.
- Silky made his own ballyhoo Many of us are pushovers for the
and the people willingly bought unorthodox, the off beat even the
it, attaching a sigoificance to dig- deffi. A perfomrer of-comparable;
tent, come-from -- behind finishes but amadorned compentence if
and isolated flash k timings that not Ignoredis taken for, granted.
was unwarranted by the caliber ;Sten, Musial, for exaMple, has
of competition and biogriphy i of been the best ballplayer in the
California racing strips. game' since, Joe DiMaggio retired.
Naturally, considerable wad writ- But as he 4s not tempestuous, s sten
ten sten about the ,prodigous stretch voids rows with ,umpires, is nev nevsurges
surges nevsurges lind impressive speed In- er, guilty' of boorish manners, he
tervals, but this was news, and i; lacks color. .whatever that is.
regional pride inspired extrava- ....and as a consequence fans
gent superlatives, it was still lac- don't break down fences to' see
tual reporting. , himL :
And alwaya one incOntroVertible, ,
inescapable, hard-core-fact stood Catchy Name Helps
out, demanding, virtually begging, ' s: t
recogninition.' Silky had nev- ; A ,titillating sobriquet also has
er faced, let alone beaten, a goodie way of garbling true values. Je Jehorse.
horse. Jehorse. And yet in spite of this a irome Herman Dean was endowed
tOtal of $386,726 wet bet 'on him equall,,v with talent and eccentrici eccentriciat
at eccentriciat the track alone. ty, but is Dizzy Dean there was
,
, a gleeful, chronic tendency to ex ex'
' ex' In Cernera's Case aggerate both. Would Silky Sulti,

Carnera, almost as big as Silk Silky,
y, Silky, though ,muCh less handsome,
was wholly a product of...the bal.,
lyhoo, or build up. Execuses have
been made for Silky. pos possibly'
sibly' possibly' some tire valid. -.but Car Carnera
nera Carnera never needed any.'llis hand-'
lers saw to that, And eventual eventually
ly eventually won the world heavyweightt
championship with' him,,
The Carnera exploitation NM a about
bout about as subtle as a whiff of gar garlic,
lic, garlic, Most sports writers ridiculed,
hi pretensions and openly warnd
ed his American,debut could have'
but one ending. .a graceful dive
into the tank by his hand s, picked
opponent. ,

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unorthodox, the off beat even thel
daffi. A perfomrer of -comparable.1
but amadoped compentenee -1 if'
not Ignoredis taken for, granted.
Musial, for exaMple, has

van, by any other name, have
been just as i captivating?
ire wouldn't know, This has
0:leen no more than a hit-and-run
'attempt to analyze th listounding
bettino support and nations. pia pianiour
niour pianiour the colt aroused on the ba ba'
' ba' tie of such unsubstantial creden credenItials.
Itials. credenItials. and even these achieved In
relatively obscure company.
'We were seeing him' for the
first time and perhaps as they
arto saying, his rate was too bad
to be true. To us, however, he
roomed a snrinter misplaced in a
distane6 TUC, A tedious.:29 finish finishing
ing finishing quarter on ton of a :48 half
tnilewould seem to suuport such
a view.

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PROTECTION AGAINST
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, By JOE SESON
1, ,Deg Editor
OWNERS' depend entirely upon
the permanent vacoine as a gua.
rantee that. a dog cannot contract
distemper.
Yet experience can convince 'us
that we cannot be so definite about
a matter in which there are so
many variables.. ,
Several laboratories are pro pro'
' pro' clueing 'vaccines, which stablish
Wetime immunity in all but a
,few unusual cases, but unusual
circumstances sometimes' oecur.
Jackie Oleason's Alog, "Suede,"
was injured in the right rear leg
by what seemed .to be some sharp
object: The wound was not no.
tired ,until the leg suddert y
ed to three times its normal size.
The' infection cleared up and
the leg was approaching normal
when suddenly., the 4 flog came
down with distemper.
U-le had been vaccinated.
probably had sufficient immunity
to,resist invasion ,of the virtis
der ordinary eircumstances;4b u t
with his re,sistance substantially
lowered byrthe Infection the virus
was able to invade his System
successfully. '
,Extreme fatigue, exposure,. pneu,
11101lialowered resistance from a,
ny causecan furnih the oppor,
tunity for distemper virus ,to,,get
start, even though a dog has
been immunized to an extent
which would ,protect against dis.
temper under ordinary conditions.
Regar,d ess of his vaccination
history; there are good grounds
for giving a dog additional pro.
tection against distemperand in infectious
fectious infectious hepatitis, too whenever
his resistance has been appreci.
ably lowered by some,other

I ,(;)IJARERBACK WANTED
-LAWRENCE, (NEA)--
Wally Strauch, Kansas quarter.
back,'Nrill be graduated in .'Jtine
and his 'alternate; poi). 'Marshall,
probahly ,won't be.avallable be.
cause of a lame' knee. r.
LAUREL MATURITY.
LAUREL0, Md. (NEA) -r,' Lau.
rel Racet Course. will stage a 'new
handicap-next springrexclusive y
for four 1. year olds, It will be
known as the Laurel Matiirity and
worth,S100,000, ,

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Along The Fairways

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Summit Hills Golf Club will run
a Ringer Tournament for its mem members
bers members and the' members of the Fort
Amador Golf Club beginning Sun
day, May 3.1. 1958 The Ringer wili
run thr-uglz Saturday, ,June
Entry fee will be S.50.
All meMbers of the Fort Ama.
dor club gre inVited to play in this
Ringer.
The, first 18 holes played will be
considered to 1)0 That golfers quali qualifying
fying qualifying round. Nine hole rounds
may be played. Among the prizes
to be given will be one for the big.

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gest improvement between t h e
golfers qualifying round and the
final score at the end of the ringer.
. Plans are also being made for
a mixed Scotch foursome tourna tournament
ment tournament at Summit on Saturda y.
June 14, 1958. --, ,
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- DOCTOR tn. FELLA
CAIVIDEN, N.J. (NEA) Ill
IFella is being treated for a slight
injury to a fore'oot. Sid Jacobs
hopes to have the crack juvenile
of last year ready for the $511.000
'Jersey 'Stakes at Garden State
Park on May 24, : ,- 2

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'SANTA :JUANA ..;"" May 29 Jun. Jun. v' 8 jun; 16
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. great nuLers. ne, was (tune a 1,-,,,,,,,,...,-, '-) ) ,s i ,,. t. i
l'4'. '1,.',.sfoote"',..11:,',,--.1'1, ); A , , Ringer- ,. ,. ..., ,,, CAMDEN, N.J. (NEAl Ill
)- Any day pitcher; you see, leading the ''-'1,-,. kt ...,,,, ,,,,,,,, tt ,gezp I
ven members league wiui 18 and 4 and !laving -4- LI,:,,:. 4 ''' ...,.1,, t .. I ' ,,,4; ;.'"-- .,. ' I
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001) Hit Club 176 strikeouts and ap earned-run -("A -,, ', ''';' ki- r
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!.-,, ',.....,,,, ,,. ;,,t,;41-0,0:5v ,1 .,1,,;,. -; ?4 t Thl first yg holes played will be injury to e foreoot Sid Jacobs -''' 7 to
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,; ,,, ,..:, ;-.. v, 8,---L.,,...,,,,,,,Ar,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,:,,., ,-. ,4,,,,,,4, considered to bp 'that coffers coati- hopes to haVe ,the crack juvenile ,- alariZ7VA 1,t1.401e..; ''
iver tA mast average o. 2.62. ', v; 1 ' --.--
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usial.,--zp; But young blusial-could no 1013g ,, 'N k
i .'tt ,' ,,,,,-,:v.,...,, 0., V ,.:,-,;., jgs' :,',,er, lil,,;?'.:, Te i ,,, ,- ,r, fying round. -, Nine ; hole rounds,of last year ready for the $.71.000 '1 7 ,
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that 3,00oth, cr. pitch, so rsimply. had to hit, ,,',),,, s", "7-, ,, ..,.,,,T. 1,, ,ot .;,',4,01:,:,r, ,1:-:,,,,,,,;,,,,,41,,,:',0v,AN, ,t ,,r' 1-,:ii: maY be PlaYerl. Among the prizes! Jersey 'Stakes -at Garden State !. ' ''',-' 411144 ',
ace Stan mu-, as he explains.,His on y fault- as ',. ,;;....., '-,,, '".
s.' . -w i t h a tremendous outfielder was that ,-, ,r,',..- N N, s t N1,4'. ,.,4--;!,..,A ,,),',,,,v it 0 1-',',a; to be given will be one for the big. Park on May 24, ' ' '' ' '' ' '
,IneL-Cap An.) his arm wasn't quite 'strong e- .'1',, ' ' '4k nia,..- ,4--. 'k ,i'l''.1 ''' ''''-i' ;',4- ' '''',i't
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etit consider sial had to take himself out of the -1,O.',,,If ", i t'A',-,('',-,,..--,,--L', .,,,,, i .., cy----, ,,,1 ''''''''i ' ' ' ''
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itants w h-ci.! game last till..,111s, arm had been ltl-',,iji,,',.,.,),, '1 ,,"),:,':, ,t'l",,,,,T-tz,-...':',,-,' 'f,-,f t. 47 1,,,,:' ,p' 01,--, ) .
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Rogers lioruiman, but now' he was crowding a'.pi-'t'i''',,,,rs: '''':'''.'''''k, 7.-4'1.'' ,',--,,,',.,1.,t,:,:,','",',.'.. At '''''' kr" .,
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raiIit FrAsch,', 37' end not la and could no longer ii, ,..,,ArT;',,'It'' A 1,.kl,' v '1-ti',4 '''''f ''''"'" 't
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ChalleY. Geh..) bank director. Me 2 was .out ,20 ),,"''';-''': p-- ,,,,';'I,1- .,,-.'.',',, 4,,,,7','. ''',.-4"0,VP'
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,sr at 37.-- A I Oloyed the last 10,,,, apprehension );iit,,,,19-r-,,:,,,,LI'''.-i' ,,,,' '0. 6.ei -, ,,7P--,,,,',,!t "A-I bt,- g :... : N-1 ' ,
, production and. a big lump on -:. his ,shoulder 1 14e4f, 00,!4.,,-0 pl. , 0,,.; .-,e,, '-r ,, t' ." --'117',' 41 - ' '''' ', ISLSdi ' ..," '
NaVy -didn't-1 remained. ,'' '-' ' '' ' ) ,11 ' ,." s'it';',,;''',',,4,-i.,,;,',.-,',',. '''''!"---- .' ,. . C. , 4 ., ., ... ,
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sial will baliel ,,He was still much toncernetfe, -,1.1,,;., ,.,.!,,- ,,, ,..e.,,,..,,,,,,,,,,, ,it,,,;,,,,,,,,,, ,,..,,,..' ,. .,,,,,-
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mikal League things easy In a henelit exhibi., 1)0 p ..;'',, ''T,'-'6.'firiA it;.:f ':!,li.fV:1,.i. ,,,,,,k' - ; it.4'-'',-', L T",''' ,,',,-r" oft -'o's 9 '1,'."' 11 ,' i';'1' I ' 4 li, '' '
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'a High as si and Musial WaS, Off 011 a conseen. ';:,..,,il''',1,0-1::!:',.,.4 ,',.'',,,,., ,, ',:,!,;,, 1,.,. !,,,, i.,,,;.,.
, ', 't tive-game hitting streak in his :;',!: i',, i ,t,,,,,. ..,, , t,' ,y, '.. , '1,, '. --,,-'0,;, , ''.-1 ' '' ' -- ,,,,,, -- '' ,, 'L... L,.11787777777,i' woosff177P077, J "77, ...".1.1"..."."P '
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vhispered a- won atiOther -batting' title or two, ,,,'I'L,;441-' s ..,,..44 ,,,''',,,,.4',,,',',,, ,,,',,-4,.;k,, ,'.! 1' ' .d0V1',",-I'''., -,., oirs". 1 ,. ;
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an :mat musiars .oriluant ea; ne piayea prac ,,,,94 ..c--., ''''' N''''40.:0(.40,1".-
, ,, NEWEST ACI-IIEVEMENT.' ., .
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er .mightlie it an end, Taking season of 1947, while Aaking peni: 7,1?',,,,.t,;1..4,4.,,..4.1aa,',-.q; ' Th : s' s4 '-,' ""- 11$4,-1,11 :
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king4ize ?put at, the ball .', a a d cillinsh9s to freeze a cantanker. 1,,,,,,,i,,,:iii2.,i.7.1r, .. r:14, 0., If: 6HOWS GRAPI-OCALLY WHEZE 14E' )) ,i1 ,,,Lputii, .. ',.. :. .., .. I 2' -, ,.1,',.e7, ;
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t 'which he injured : at -,''si kid ugly ,tonsiIs. pe underwent ,n- 11P, ,4,:;i'','.:'' ,,,.....!:.'4'Sill",77,',. '. ..: ,14.114.0I'd'0101001111allinomininglooklaumoolomIlLo.....oh. -'4040...01 '':', r E a or,,, Peru & Chile ,.., i ,,1 ,, Pi
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FOR SALL-1950 Buick sedan.
Bete offer. Tel. Panama 3-6301.
FOR SALE:-.-1954 Chevrolet 4-
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32.000 miles, one owner.' good
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FCR SALE:1-1955 Oldsmobile.
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IS FOR SALE
TELEPHONE 2--0-743
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Ap ciitinents
FOR RENT:--One bedroom fur.
, erished apartment.- Automobilo
Row. $70.00 monthly. Tole. ';
phone' Balboa 2570. ---
FOR RENT:.--As of May 15th,
Deluxe two bedroom aPartment,
2 baths' lone with. tub- and
shower). Large sitting and diet.
ing room. kotchon..Mairtroom
and bath,. adjoining separate
laundry section. 1.evely garden ;
and puiting green. At No. 374-
"F"-Street-EI Cangrolo, phone
3-0319 during offico hours.. ,'
' FOR RENT20,--Best located.'one.:
room furnished astartment Near
bus etopf."- 43rd ,Streot No.
' 13. t",-
- FOR RENT:--Moddrn comfort.
, able two bedrotlm apartment
with maid's bedroom. two bath.,
rooms livingroom, -.diningroom,
balcony, terrace, garage. hot
water; with or without furni-
' turey'Phone 1-0444. ND.
31 48th Street, rA
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' .FOR RENt:-..3 bedroom fresi.
' dance. semi(utnished. For Infer.
mation phono 3-4566 Dutary.
FOR RENTPNicely furnished
.-'epattment, porch, Pattot-dinialireeitt,
becliter,,i' kitchen: goalie.
70414141Lectettked. $55.130
10 frfoif )T2
near Roosevelt' theitri;
fOR 'RENT: --- ,Spacious and
cool two bedroom screened
apartment in Bella Vista. Please
, tall Panama 2-1455 during of.,
fice hours., or 3-1747 from 4 to
.1.11 RECORDS
At low pnces
t All Trade Marks. ?
' TROPELCO S.
45th, Street and Via Espage
.'? Phone 31285.
FOR ,REN.:-.Screened, apart0-mm0-of
4 -largis-hodroonts each
t '2"1, &sets Fuld bathroom,
livingtoom, hitchotri,,' and
' maid's mom with toilet land
lavatory 030.00 per month.
Also FOR ARK!' t Furniture
apartment of mno- bedroom,
kitchen and living room
-$60.00 per month. Apartments
over Swift Cr Co, on 4th of July
,,,Avottol.! Apply' linnitor or
::Thpnevi ti!spkinst ilalboMt1966.
FC1R RENTvFurnished 'apart 'apartmen,:
men,: 'apartmen,: milOary, inspected. Tel.
'FOR RENTpA-2 bodroom apart.'
mint in Ouplion,bouss; fenced
yard. garogs. Call Gamboa, 6.
206. ... L., ;
RENT.,:ths,rn islied)sopers..
,Anent. Males surrouitelinginAmers
'Icmn neighbors. Ave. 7 Cincuen-',
tenerie No. 10 Tel. 3-2189.
FOR RENTs--1 roost apertment.;
rith service. 640.00, East 90th
street 61, San Francisco.
I i,-1,-;1,,,4 ,. n 1,.
'',- ). KOOMS
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FOR RENT Beautifully fur furMilled
Milled furMilled housekeeping room, dote doteble
ble doteble couch. 'refrigerator, kitchen
cabinet With ,,- attached stews,
, bath, and entrance independent.
No. '3;--Vidfltinnitrkhont E
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1 Commercial Sites It
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FOR REHTs--Threo spacei,sult spacei,sult,
, spacei,sult, feit shops 4ot, storage's ,22
k feet 'by 63 fest;:215.feet ty 25
feetA ansJ feeti by 30-feet.
'All utitElsigk' ceilings Ind drive drivein
in drivein doors. In tear of Swift it,Co
on litit et July Avenue. Phones
Hopkins, ;Ana 29664- .1
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easing phone' Balboa 2870. .--- .-,, .4 1, ........---1 - I 1
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FOR ItENT:-As of May 15th, PHILLIPS Oceakside' Cettagn ; LP RECORDS' :'," I ,s, .4 'furor, At LUM'S finny 40 'Ave,'
,, 45 St. and Via lapel .'" 1
FOR SA..1.1..-., .18, ft.,,-osotto.a.rr.1
main. Deluxe two bedroom apartment, : ',Santa Clara' R. de P. Phone Pa- A. .'. I, At low prices 7 ' :': ., ; ,. Nacional tAutolowl -Just en.. .'; enni". lielage. Tur '''' '1"1 '-' All Troia. ,Marito ..',",s44
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,6201. 2 baths': lone with tub.' and. ',' s, ilaMa 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673. ' .k. Ait Trade marks:: 's .. ': packed a' largo shipment hose N 25 hp. motor and all iquipment
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, : -, TROPELCO S. A.". A., '-
--- shower). Large sitting and diet.'
let 4- ing ...room, kitchen.;',Maidroom 'Spend your', weekends' at .11,i ,, ; anchorage' cover. All for $700 ,:-. ,,,,.
,New Rattan Furniture peg gas, . 'needed for, boating. Snap en en4Sth
4Sth en4Sth -Street and Via Walla '., -.koN Narstri ott 11188 fads ; ,. 'none 2.12113 ---
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lolls. -; d bath,. adjoining separate Mar, the beet beach In the 71te. 4 L L ghee, 34213 ,. ,, ,. Don't miss it. ,.: : t. ,,,s ,,, .t -, , or wIll. sell boat for $475 and
radio,. laundry:, section. psvely garden'', public with all kinds of ,come.: . ---,---, meter and controls for 5225.00.
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' lood .; and puffing green. At No. 374- ,' ,,.;rlitioo- P6 daY ant night. Thi .. FOR SALE:.-Large plate glass. : FOR SALIEt--Gid's ,' bike with tall Albrook 2104. , ,4: ' j 1 s-'.,
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I63-A "F"-Street-EI Congeal, phone now minatiomont I at Your Niro- , m tr r e r 33"54'15. mahogany .4 basket. $20.- Deep Freeze l 14 . I IP I
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FOR .SALE-Nose crosier tont- '' ,
1Sn- 3-0319- during office hours.-. ," icooe' 1. ', ' ''. ' ' '; ,,,, frame,: lamps, chairs and, Misto. ''', cubic feet, $150. 14 foot Alu. ..
Balboa UM,' -' ....:;.:14 ,,, minumi boat with gar top. tar- :, al kit .. t. it ; t t'
' t' piste with trailer mph 'Hwy :6,
' ' FOSTER' Cotta e an Ler s '' ' r : ,- 1
------ FOR' RENT:0-Bese located,' one. ,- S I r d Os : .-..--,---,... rim, $150. Refrigerator,' Hot ..: etc. See it at. SEA,RS Los Anse. ,.. ." .;., ',1-, ,,,,, ,,, f,,
'Art room furnished apartment. Near r Beach House, One mile oast tht : 04011 SALEo: -., Westinghouse Point, $100. Record playes'ant4,-. ; los Store. :".. ''''.
' WANTED A ' :'''..
DO or , Casino Phone' Balboa 1866 -'' si: 1 ----- :7... mention 4anuly
alt'bus 'tope; 43rd ,Street No. , .,., . r ntfr genitor, 25 cycle:. freezer', rad(o sombination: $25. !Night , 2 h ..
, . FOR SALL-Sailboat 5 0.A., wants to rent t roe coa four aes...
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; .. ,., ,, t ' : ' top $125 00 House 76
160Pnl. ; 13,..'4,"-. ',, 473 .t ,", . ,, s ., 5 Apt., ,o, stand, $10: Phone Panama,. 3 tr,.. 6' bears 4' draft. Hull fiber. room heal he best area' of Pan-,
-B ,, tfrt'' -,'.-,-; . ,... not ',-, ,-:- ,., ,c "'r 18...Tel. 2.1796. '. ,. .,, ',.; 01173, 12 te 2. .. ';''' ''' ' - ..
- .' FOR RENT:--Modotrn comfort.:
: ,- nouses ---, -- . ,, glassed.. New sails. Phone Cos. turfs. Call Lt. Col., Hogg at, Ti.,t,
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k i a 'II ' ,k --( '' voli Hotel ' . ; 4..-
---.---- able two bedroom apartnwont , ' FOR SALE:--Baby crib mattress, ., .,,,,..., ATTENTION' 4 1" -'," '' 7 '' t.'4. ." .1). ' '. - 61
ord 4 with :maid's bedroom, two bath., ,, ,, s 1 and chifforobe ,-$45,01,1,' Phone '!'"'''.16 COIN COLLECTORS.' -11 ''-t :, -, -. -- ... .-
. RECORDS ' 1 .-
clock, -. '''' rooms. livingroom,- diningroom; FOR RENT:-.At 20th street turundu 83-5278., ',' ', : '' l. FOR SALEr--Seven -,, handreor- -.-- -;- -
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. ,, : My raw Lady $2.23 ... esas
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I mo-. -, balcony, terrace, garage, hot "-, No. 25.2 bedroom house fur- .,
- 17001' old silver 'coins,: dated ,,Arir ord ybo world ht .. .. kta tat
FOR Porch fur
SALE:-- niture, .
to be .' water; with, or Without furni...- it nishod, 'exclusive neighborhood. from 1770'to .1855. For Infer- i "' au,, ,, a., .,a .1' ' '' ' '
Priv.: i Wures.''Phoite No; '3'.0444,' No. 6 months or. permanent oc. ,-.! tw:n hods, double bed, highboy, -, '';. oration,' Sall,t Tel.- 2-2730; sot ' "n 11IYI 44.iJ - , , .. ,
1 i too 4 it at ,agth street, : w",', it,,,,,',";',1;" '1. supancy Information at Cuba ., Venetian blinds, .Call Paneml 3.,-,.4 . Mry 12',only: '' -,; ,, 7,7.41nd:thousands of other sele,toons
' FOR'SALli--Small country hom
a 2- , or 4 i ,Avenu No,' 25-43: Phenol' :2.1',,. ,: 3341. -. -, ;1'; '.,1 ,.:, s.,' .-' . '!: , .., ' TROPELCO S. A.. -, 12 mill 'off the sinew' ott th
' '- k FOR RENT:....3 bedroom frosi. : 0481 's w ) 1 t,er ''' 1 ' .c 0 '' FOR: SALE:-.4cood 'alias desk,i" :: 9,5th Street and Via lapels: El 4.11e road. Conveniences pri.'
t . , 4 FOR I SALE.'44-,... leaufful l' ht
''' .- -I -19 --,' ',,..42 ft. 11 in by 44 ft. '2 In; with 1,..',.''. : .":',Ttl. 3-12$5. ', .' '' initivi,- view excellent.- Pries
----r--- dence: semitufnished. For Infer. 4,
y 3 h d e S hid .::: wood modern bedroom sot ''cus..:1: -. .d Jr A 1
' : mation phons 3-4566. OultrY : FOR REN :-.it- a ra m r a . ..,:. ',.' :From drawer and sox et alv.. . .,, ,. -. - ,, - $3000:"Lsoe,2-135 es P.0.11o
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, semi-furnished, 86th street and 't tom built in the States,' 18 cubic ors $20.00., Phi's: Hopkineif.; r li i ' 1 "t t' - 1541 (elbow. ,:',410' 7-1,,,,,,,,
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e :- ' FOR RENT:--Nicely furnished ; Avenue Ni As 1 imam,. ', ',. foot Stor-Mor "Amino"! freezer-. ',' ', Bathes. 2966. ,.. ., -,.t .,'' 4:4' ,,
at eura wriat ---------
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,,. ,-,L ,-Spartment..., porch, Parlor-dining- 4' Flirt St 50.00. Photo ,.. 3-3714 refrigeratoro 2 Aker combine. -,, ' .; ,,, , 4 FOR SALE:-..Ranch in interior:,
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tctions : resits, beditamolcitchenj gatage.k:,
, -, after"at 6,tstom." 4; , te.. 14'
,r 1. tion. RCA' 24 lach TV set, tabl. -.4 ; ,' RECORDS t.' o ewi b hours ,from Panaossi City.
t4',"11,-,. '. 11(k 11 0 serve
, , 7041,141t,scotented. $55.00 Ar.:' ,:, ., ,--, ,. net custom built, in States., Wel.; ,,..,?,., :- My lair s-Lady....2.,......; ,-, ''.. ; ,' -kt ,. ... .',.,, Two-story 4 mini,. house.'" I S
page :' . ',tore )11 Val ltolisariJorras, "'.. , got ,,,ltiNY...--Chalef' ....ta?ItIlit," '' BO 'stave, wit,h' built-in ..Rotis. .- '' ,1Around The World In. ,. -, Youth' Sunday '' ',. ,, cows, ',chickens.' 5 tree ;land:
, near Roosevelt' theitr: ,'',. Vista 2secithilit ,istintat..! bed. eerie and ;:gridditir laby's crik i f x: ..,,' ',, 110) Days", $2,25 .' -: i'- ''''.. ',Ike property 'has 9old." May oho
"------ rooms; 4 2 bathrooms, , double : '' 'apti)chifferebit eet 'with' hi-chalt1-,,,' rand Prousande of other. soilections it A spccial :celebration of. Youth :.. work out, primitive ," Way.: ,Pric
. V-8: ''''', FOR ,' RENT: ;Spacious and t garego,--maid's roam,. large yard.,.. and' stroller. All furniture prao.'.., 4. i.,17,o,' TROPELCO 9: A.' f'.---,,t1 SUnda, Villf,' take place ,at the 11 ..4. $4000itcash. Pleas writalort
sr 2-, ''- cool two bedroom .. screened' ,.
' 5150.00. Tel. 3-3948. ; ., '. Ecally new: Leaving Isthmus. ',-45th, Street and Via' EspaAi ", 'o'clock service at the Cathedral'of Claytoo 'P.O. low '449, Caocat
tires, apartment in Bella Vista. Please t .. , Call lanama 2.2510.' 2;t1 ': ''.:' 4 ,"; ' .,Tel:'3-1185 l'-'.': -., 4 -',
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. St. Luke; AnCON this Sundt' Y. ''.1.! zone. 4, 1 ; ',I'4, -1,-,' "f"
11 I. ,-, call Panama 2-1455, during of., , FOR SALE:--Vacation quarters... , , ,,,, ,s .. ,, .. ,,4 Tws
i serVict,, w h I c h-' is held 2 , ,-, l''' Y
.''' ,' fici hourk, or 2-1747 from 4 to during AMC MI and "VOL ' FOIV SALE:--Leaving : countr, '-o ': '' ''' .."' ' b s throughout the Episcopal' Church t lot( SALIE...-Letr 'On the smi t
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FuR SALL...Matched golf .clu s ,,, s
---;---- -79-11:mr----''' ' ' Call Gamboa 279. '----4- '----- -- ' sacrificing 'almost ,' new,- blast- ', 1: e e
N I : 4 at- lis. ''
, gives tne young people an' oppor. ,L'' exclusive. Safe 'Astor attractive
' punkt radio, gonsole with ilICOr kik I' enli .Yir" ln" kk' in ' k tunity to lead theworship and .10 h lo th- oat ''-w, en tit
amis.'. AP BECORDS .! i 4. ' player., Phone, Panel. 3.4640..-
: od 'I'pewer-bilt" :Woods, incL, bag .,,, , , . eac so .co ry , a
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a b elis sagbort 2409.. ., participate in, the National You h banki.'; of, the Corona 1rivet.'. A
: ' '''''': At low prices ::-,' '' FOR RENT:.--Chalet with fur.
titian. ,s. ,, .,, a um r ..
. ---..--,-,-------.-.,......... Offering that assists 'pine project Oprivato beach fir property own own'
' own' 587 s,'. t All Trade Marks ..!, .. s;; nished or unfurnished,. two: bed- FOR SAILE:--Chest of drawers;
. .1 -,t TROPELCO S. 'Ay 1 rooms, garage, yard,' terrace. .,. ,, bookshelves, -outboard,' motor, .
1 tuR SALEt-Bed is
res set, et
' H in the Mission Field.- '.. ..- .. 0 I 60' '1- f Is
, ,. orso n y mo or ram' t
. nt I er tor washing mi.' Don Brown will be the officiant ''' city., fess easement plan., For
', 4Stk Street end Via Espale .' phone 2-6697 atter 2 p.M.;',..., J, perch finnitutin Altai. Cad. t- , 01 ro rill o

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, , ,. SPing, Milian ItinirilletalPill Una '-r ,. ,,,- ,, SN,V a,. vvasi,1: oato CS A W. moment," ,,,,quito at ., Alta ,,
entire ,group' should bepre-
Ft roman aw., 1 f..- ti ,.', Ithell0 31A03. ,,,, ,,
Store, No. 29-110 Central AV.4-' decidewhether results Aver,. ..
gon, air ;condi. i
' dr Cali Pi ::: sermon on,-"The Challenge- of Our '.. Nos- Phns '3-6153. ; '". '' ' cient,,,l'ao we could, 6(; Il(tv' .- '
crooned,. apart' h.."4 ," n a t tint I A vn nay v '.,, FOR ,SAL :-..-Bassinet with onat4 -.. household goo .,
' ' ' 'chairs- ;widish desk -aid chair, ni Ann Fisher will., deliver ,-,- t n e ,,,.,
'? F .th "' ti
al unpin Brown and Miss ----,----,A,47-p------0---1--,-,--, ''''
, : . -7 .,,.'.. -,--Tha', group Thursday ;,'-it. ,A. ,
- dor : F noter,uvutillu 'ivy 11 U cl h 2 2126 or 3 5209 '' ''
tress so one ont hone name - -0 s
1 Hi Fi at atAs
As atAs p.ano,
extras, un ,, OR :RENT, n-S
Christine Huff will .read the BL II ' lit ,,,-6.' nr"0,' elftre'-' AEC offer' to have' one c ,
d'Ultoroom '4e... -,..',, ' ., 41: ,, lik it lit t' '.!.. N'''' 3-5894 '.). : '- , , e i '
all 3-6377. '' tlir .2"1 Moot' 'a ,, ,,,,, i .,...,:sointillrlittni- ,.. a, s o ,4-;,-,k ,, ,,,,- ,, ..1 s- , .. ; ., -, .,. ble-, lessons, Misses C a r 1 o t t e 1 'Cilia! riul J Aoll .1 ; sioner meiti with,,,one..denb '',
-,.." .--.- largo livisigroom kitcnen,,,len ' -0.-7 44,-;"4-,'...i.- 'iroi ''7,k E 7;,e,,,,,,,r, e-,, r.4 ,' 1 .iteil-I ,,'"1106, 'SALA '!---. Cars and Truck, ,'' Sektiltt :and '.Allee Fairchild .- will , ,,, ,. .. i 4 : tor oli, Monday was ,"not si' ii-
l55 Oldsmobile. '.' maid's Mom With toilet and San Jse;,-Lostal!,Ica,.., v nna
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i c '.'-,'lead the--P di d a r a d ' '' ''' '' '' - ..e ,,4- -., 4 A,
s., acibssaried,; also -spare tarts. -,-,r,,, ,,, s m an raye s, n
, power steering, lavatory --., $130.00:per month. ,-... ;,ny'lettly, ;,-10,1,ein, tonve;ni
S c- ally .a
sae" 111 I aligh II , Diesel '' 'Caterpillars; G.M.-esno4 ;Tattles', Pater,. Ttussell P,m t t e r. Itp,..,..
Into To EiI' For .' '-. urY'-' -- -; A
ratlio'. heater, i.,,,, Also '' !OR ,RENTi Furniture 13
suites and Bungalows. all with i 4,, , ,. I, , -,, ,:. . L 4 '''o f "013011-,131 ,. AEC officialf
. .- .- tire, -0 refrigerate, saftr,viulti. ','. JOanna llrown 'and ludy Brown r ,,,k ,''', :- 1-1 t.:; --i i4,---', rt--r, atbiwiT, out to a lemarkat,.;
to.- "ow His" '''' .apartment 'of Atm,: ,,
bedroom ri te bath. Hot ant cold maser.
I va' ' ' A 1 4' Enters Fina I
liar and ',Kee- kitchen and living room .---.. -''-xyleet SE and $6 -a-lYt ''''i I Ilee,k ,,,,,.
'' ",- w i e hlite ,'. lee 'sale -' eile'"' will 'be' ushers The Choir Guild irt
I, , ri, a s , ., ranh ,,,
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s'GMC" 312 ton. tuck in 'good , will Tender the' anthem "Lead bre g. :1 ,, : i.
I! wid l'' 'ID '' '''' ''--2 ee'.44---z bis e' theylhad tr,"
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., 0 th!Lt we, a e no wl ,.
It. Will discuss -. $6000 'Poe' ""Inth. APartmants :.' '' . -i "with', mealsteld .... : ..., tot. the' 'past", three weeks', the Teenditiiin.',' We sell all kinds of ,,-;" Lord"-, by :Wesley; Dean- Peterlion ', '' ..', ,; t 'e;,,,,l ;i '.-," ',, i, ,,,' ..;: ,aticg hob citizens who ire an
nstretion .Fall ever Swift fr Co. or 4th of Jull ,?, :-.-c ,0" 0- 'minion' kliche',E .'1.1.7' ,,: ::;', Evangelical Minister ouncil-- of' gr surplus!: moterial.,-,i CONT1NEN- .,,-,,, will have closing prayers. and ben- '
: 't,,IRItt,ANTOW11,". ',-lida.." (li ')- 1,y, Concerned About nudes', -',
ming Jut, lieu" ,, ,,Avatine.,'APP1111.1 its..""..,R,II: '. '''' ... '', Horse riding. ,,, .,
' ::'.' Panama, and. the Canal, Zone4 hits TAL,SUPPLYERS Central; Avis. edietion. 1 -. ,,,,,, ''' ',.. "O., Fifteen persons, protesting U.' S. ing."."- ., ,,,, ,!,1 - !-t, ,,
67 'Ow S 11.""s -plipnottNeekisst Ilau1"'"7vv ' -'.- '1,.,144eiki.44',6-:0,'44 been conducting a united evangel, ,' P41'13319, :, 3 Itir 21,31.- Tel, all ',the 'afternoon !it. 3: o eloeg,--Nucteagi----Veti 'refuge& to ;',: a t ';. women ..in -Jive groupk, ,.
.......,........,.---. ,51 4. ,- ,, ,,,t ,, ,7,- !I, . .. For rese a ,,,, .,
459 .-' .' 18tie ,campaign- which hes' been, city 1 Ott -I, Apt.' i 091. Colen;', ,, ' a Ynoth., Supper 'will be Aerved in today fqr the- third 'straight 'day Thursday- night 'behind serr
P54 Studebaker :,:,,.-..,-:-.44. :, ,i -.- .. . i 11130A 4 ,..,..
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- ..- wide and iner.denominational in 1 ----r--,-, iBishop, Morris-alai!, 'at ,". Iv h i e h Of their sitdown 'strike in the' lob- cots provided by ,the AE( ,,,
1 11 y ;41416Pedl.' '' FOR RENT--Furnislied p
Manager: BIB and ..Elonws'omitottl,
this 'Cope'. :., e.--..1,,,,, 0,..,,,, .-- ',. ... -PANAMA CANAL COMPANY 'time, a ivelcome.'will be', extended b C I .:-- Although, refusing All .ot ., ',
run& 83-5273. ,ment.' milOaryi. Inspected. Tel., y of ,the Atomic Energy pmm s s,
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, The aerviceithegattin 'Chorine OFFERS"ORILLSOAT FOR ,SALI t to 1..t.,'Col.- 'Robert' D, 'Brown and i ' h 1 u te o - load a guard 'said the gra,.
el, . .. 1 on t ea q ar re. , .,
950 Nash,' 6 .. .11' moved into,. Gamboa and-Paraiso, Sealed' bids, for opening in p 1! ,, nis wife.' who Aril' belhe advt. The si teilnItp;--' d Mein trat t- allowtr-to -ill effects... 'N--,.-
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'1 ' h R' Ab ill be receivedgwntil 1010.1, sots t th u ,-
Bathos -10R RENTt.--2 bedroom semi-' --- oorr enteantAltipl' and then to, t e. lo aje area. lit, w 0
,. Phone, ,,
II n- ea
, gro,p, during the Allen Winough 3, of BlackWood seem. comfortable, ,o 1
Miebineas 'new's.' The final tw weeks one of which a m MO 27 195 in tha obi- co In e r ' -;
, t le Duplex house.' fenced '' rhsseettfaalin4 way, Body manage, A s J , t. ,, l, g Y. lk ., , ,,,..,. .,...,. Terrace,. N.
, ., 4, men ,
.140 ate sandwigh,es 5, .,... 19- :
-------"-------. ard garage. Call Gamboa ,45.. ''' bath. Trained operator torladiek 13. already toinpleted,,,are cow .... fices,of' Superintendent. or ftY PA1EAi '
61'1 ' ' ,' '' .,. I he' brought. along when he joined FLAN' MIL1TA 4,1 ,, ;
hevroiet tp5n, .. .106 , . ; '. and gentlemen. Get reaullt., ...',',,.. tralized, ,in',the city proper, ., ',. ', house' Branch.' Balboa,: for, Dill 7.. 1.10M11 'VICTIM 1011$ ,,, , r the group' Thursdad Ile also. had AMMAN, Jordan ;,,,(1.11!) ,,,
standard shift, ,; ,, , t, 1. ,, MASSAGE gAtAkt-iM. m4,"., ,,,,,Dtiring-thel". Oast three weeks
b e t'4.
.' boa U. ,S; VULCAN. -Arrange.. ,, HIR0SHIMA, ,,,, Japan (UP) - breakfast ''' this .. morning': in the- new 4.Arah, federation
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L-1 condition.", git R,Etrr':,t-turntilshidAsPart.:'. 1,;'''42evillsFs -, sot,IstrILL'S11!- eeoree of .demelone 'foe, cbrist Ind ." 'motile -for inspectMn '' may:, be'''. Kosuke- Matsti0,,"' 57,',' died here on AEC cafeteria. 7. ,.,2, -.' ,, - Iraq and' Jordan 'will ,iit'e,'
7942.- , '' .'..... .ment. Quiet surrounoinginAmr--, : .2 i 3, .: Pronucts '-'. ntiany consecrations have been re,, ; made L
4 'gimlet-tiny tAt. G.', Di, Wednesday cif ,, what,. 'doctors '- de- The, ,rest said they 'would liOt first military parade ,Mity ,t-,
.,,-...--....;---- ,,ic,e agishbort., Ave. 7 Ciricuen- '-,,,, g. Arsamene,' Ave....33-41 ,,:., I ctirded.,.' ,,, , .-t ... ;' ','' ' Gregory,-:, Dredging .1.,biTision.,',' actibed as the after-effects of the eat ,until all 'five stomie commis.: tian's artnedi forces day, l,'s
155 Chevrolet 6 tonatio No. 10 .Tel. 3-2139. ,,, -, Tr.i. 3-2,11,, .. t Engaged,' espiciali' for these telephone 6-341: Invitation els.',.-; U,S.'', atomic' bombing of :, hire. sioners 'agree to hear -their- plea. said- yeaterday. 'They said''',0
. hardtop. power , -------- meetings is the Rey.Harold Skeete "'. s..54-400 may Ili obtained frorn shima in' 7945. Matsuo,' who ,lived A 014 an wa.
, spokesman for,',,' the7.groutf, of4Irsq and Jord
' apertment 1 , 4 , olog d
.tone blue. Per.. FOR RENT:--2 room , ynamic evangelist from t ., ,
4 a y , 1.,, office 0 Suparmtendent; -3tors' '300111,' ijirek-quarterg. of ., a ,' mile Theodore Olsbil:iditiled, it' -Witi''ll )iiiiiied in ,tht review by il.
use lest 'Olds ritb oemici. $40.00, East 90th p ..,
" '3 ' :,' ''... '' house Stench; telephone E-.1 Cli (Pi: treat' the ',center., of ,th'i city when "hunger -Atrike 'I 4 'Het Said ;they of' the..Saitdi, Arabian ,forci
jos 2 dear bassto street 61, San Francisco. .- , , ,i, , ,:,, ,,,Beginaing Monday 'the ,meebingil,.' .. ,: .4. ,,.,.. 1.4.,,... j the-, bomb 'itruck, suffered 'from 'were only- trYing to 1.emphasizahuse al t
liv-will take, the a ute,,
pe,- in sicellent , -,
: .'' Ty,:an.st slit r- ,
will ,1)e, hilitin-thciPansmit.' Bal)., f, .. I .'", .1 .1 ,,, leukemia hick., physici aid ''' - -- ''' " --'' ' ' ' '1
1 "i-.41.'",t. ..,, e '...,,,i44'.A.40--, 'vit.-- Mt' ', th -of bctaber Street env I I II 4t
!MHO. SUtelnlitil -, i, ,..,L;kod ,,, r4 1,'..,, le .. ... .0,,ot '!" .!,.k. .,,,, ,1,,,,L,, .0)"7:;7'- -I- ri, ,--ti,:r ''- - ' I ... .A.....-.- ma , ., 'Bria,o,C111,13Bd ,,, by radiation burns.
30.00. Call Co.. ,-t
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.1. : KOOMS f ,., ?-r,td,li,l,31,CACIZON10,1.,,,...,' Gulick1Ni I, laid will conclude' on , receiver., Albrook 7205.;. ,2,', : A Hiroshima Atomic bomb.', hos ; .-, .,,- 4 .. -i-,. :,,, ,,,, ,.... .. 4.- ,.,',.,-i- ..,,..,;''' ,,,- .i .,'
-I- vice begins- it -730.- ..,-,,,, -.IN ',-, FOR ; SALA :.-r,Shat ,,Iliver,, -W111-.1
' ' l't ''' ' ' ' -4",,,'44.$ -,, Friday;,night. Each night the aer. , -,, pital report said. he was the' 72th ""', ,. ,- ..- --' ." .. .- ' : ''':,7-,, , ,i. ','
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atom -bo b I t' to d' ''''''P'''''''--. '4' 4 ' 7 ; : v ' ' 1,
1957 Cheviolet
- ,r: FOR RENT '.,-,.. Beautifully
' ' ... ' FLASHGUN
fur- , ,. , II t '1 .' h
. '' Supporting the eyange s a 4 A ,, c ester mo e .,
' a I- hyalite, guitgp,!16, Ill -Y c 1M le this . ,- . e .0-,,, r--, ,,-- ,.-. ri . ,
t condition, low ,, nished housekeeping room, doe-
' loso1.1'ss'"111'!". choir of 'shout:75 Voices, four so., Go.- lull. eho,le4 S,65.,,i'!",''. ; .. -, t -, ' ''' '-,-... ". ,..:''....4,, A'-.4., e ,-, .i I I r : ::
.
II-3216, 552-A ble couch. 'refrigerator., kitchen Tempersturs ot ,,,-,ths- stip ,loistsfAnd,A male,',quartet ,, IT, r!44$6 .1,-,:1'. '',..t'lq -f- --'1', l'0:,,','"1 .i--2,,,f',: NO 'R r.CRUITS' HI it It.';'..' -,' ., .:::.1'',LA,'"' ,-.., ', .., . ....:-,, ,,'s I." ',', :,
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, , ,,, ,, cabinet With ,- attached s
' '' ' 32 r ,
ONLY' ..)0 ,, TOKYO (UP) Scot of ' ' ' I
Lt.' ...n.''.,,, ...rk bath, and entrance independent. ....--, '4,- ---.' ,44,40,"4 .''i,.,,,Z - "' ,.- ,..4,-,..L ,n, 1'0' t : Pi' ,' ,,.; ,,,,, apanese job-seekers reported to ' 11 o' '' ' ;b
,, as an,. ul ng
'1di 'thiee:-Sior. located.t
' ---- ----- 14e 3,', spiestetelot,s,, liont i 3.. ,'
empl pried a
"""1"."""r'!"....1...." 'r - .:1HOWING AT,YOUR':SERV10E CENTER ' 411! 0 geocY Friday- In , , d ., ,,, '''1 . , ,.. 9' t -
rash 'water only. ' ,r; 1' ,,,,...-..'1,., t z., ', i 4 I ,,,oaf'' ', a ,
an. Call: Gam" '; '''''49.6"".'lr'''-4:1 ''r-'' -4'7- ''' l Internationat4etvetry .. AY,''.('-''
- i THEATERS:TOD ., .., .,!.... ,
.,---., ,,, ';response to a, aumrilons by., mad .. 5
' A da del Peril and. 29tIv.Street East,-
' .- 1 -' ..- .: -. ,, , , ,.., , ,.. ., .,,.,,,, Instead 'of 'a job -offer, ;they. were ',-
' Central, Ave, yen' , : I
1955- 'Plymouth : ommercia ites c
C Phone 2-2316 , forced. to' sit through it two-hour ; -' '. 7 s ;
,,., .. ,, i harangue- by a recruiter front the
4 1 ...,
'
'No' 29 ga- --,Ten' Apartments,. and pelet,
or. Call Cristo- ,' -- P ,... DIABILO'HEIGHTS:',' -i ...; k.:,.;--,' ;9i A nil 11- .., i
, ,... ,, armed forces He, too,,was disap. 1- '' '' - "'' '' '' ' '1'
1
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- .. ' ''' '' A :, ) ,, ,. . , S t. Matta-eel-1i Po
...... ',. ... .,-, a nted. No, one volunteered. i
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'FOR RENTe!--Threo spaces.: suit- :.,.........,, .0 a.1)6,, it.,,,, lest mit . ,,. ,o,,,.......

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MAUSACKHI.'C'
',"abli fa0 thOP$ storag, k22 ',IFIt. ISSURANCte! ; , ,
fottlOY 63 teet;115,feet-by 25 ','
, D A WO T H.TapOlaChlE,I g' : ;t-ion,t
' "SUNDOWN -VALLEY
' For broacterinforma
'feet On ,,
feet;t ane I, feet by ,3 : 1,- INCID
E N t sakk's second district in b
'Ali etitb-bilit,'ceitingt Ind drive,- '.1110,1tIouti "CONGO BILL"- ; e ea e n. the Japanese-house of
is tin et nil'
in doers. in teer el Swift tr,Ce. G a Azent
ener 4z : In A al IT. 5 reoregente-t,
.

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INTERNAL DE PUBIACACIONESN 2 1 en A? 13-tt
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PHILLIPS Oceakside Costae,
4anta Clara R. sto P. Phone Pa
118MS 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
' Spend your weekends at Rig
Mar, the best beach In the Re Re,
, Re, public with all kinds of come;'
dities, open day and night. The'
new management is at your serv
'FOSTER'S, Cottages and Laois'.
Beach House, One mile past the
k Casino, Phone Balboa 11166
4
FOR RENT:---At 50th street
''' No. 254 bedroom house fur-
nishod, 'exclusive neighborhood.
6 months or, permanent oc.
' cupancy. Information at Cuba
Avenue. No., 25-43. Phonis 4
04814, tee ' e
i:, FOR RENtr--.6)3 bedroomi chalet
semi-furnished, 86th street and -1
Avenue Ni de, ipberrie.
Price $15000. Phone 3-3714
after 'at ,'
, OgR le a
'', Vista .steotthi4Y bed.'
roorns; ; 2 'bathrooms, 'double
garage,-mald's room. large yard.
' 050.00. Till. 3-3948. ;
,
, FOR SALE:---Vacation' guidons
' during June. lel! sod August.
' Call Gamboa 279. -
FOR RENT:.---Chalet with fur furnished
nished furnished or unfurnished, two" bed bed,
, bed, rooms, garage, yawl, terrace&
' Phone 3-6697 after 2 p.ri.$ :
,
notekHOLIAND HOUSE,
,...:94fitoog,,kota. 4eort ot
' 7
San Idirtosta IticitI
Completely motlem' tenvenienees in
Suites and Bungalows. all with
private bath. Bot ,anit sold water.
' t 64 and 56 ;
1 'with. meals,i4
Cosmopolitan kitchmi
. Horse riding. ,,k
c:0"-"'I
or se a n
1 Box 4459
Manager:. BIB. and ,Elentrs,3esiera,,
GrT '1
Excerelsing. Tor WA,
the tricLevy way. Body Massage
bath. Trained operators tor
and gentlemen. Get results...
, ',1.41.SSAGE SALITIkP
4';aerfldtg HSCHOLL'S16-'--'
,. : Products
Aresemena Ave. 1346
)1 1 s
,,k,
A
FLASHGUN
Temperature of vthe- sup
,
N LY,',432 )0 7
..n..0,, promminpoommo al
' 4 1 M4e,
InternationatJetieiry
155 Central, AVev.,
, Phone ', 2-2316
, Lint INSURANCte
, ,.,
J110 ,R11)013 2
- Genera Agent
Gibraltar Life Ina,,Zo,
tor ,rates,and, information
',, Tel.' rename .2-0552
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'llALrry TARTSz
1CALITY SERVICE
i SAME DAY.
Spacial 'Halt Price On transports.,
tioa ILL trained technician.

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FANAMA A3Itr.-vi A" T
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Hpme Aitdes
- LP RECORDS'
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At low prices
' Alt Trade Marks:
, TROPELCO S. A."
,45th Street and Via malls
" Phone 31285.1.
4, )0R, SALEmLarge plate glass
91
- m 3r r e r 33 '54 mahogany
trans lam chairs and, mite.
,,, it, et,
- Balboa 2409. ;
,'4011. SALE;: ; Westinghouse
$ nth genitor' 25 froosor'
, top $125.00. House 765 Apt.,'
'Tot. 2179C ;
FOR SALE:Baby alb mattress
and chifforabe ,-$45,40Q
turanda 113-5278. ' :
FOR SALL---Porch furniture,
' tw:n hods, double bed, highboy,
, Venetian blinds, Call Fananul
'3347 ,
FOR1SALEV..-, Beautiful light,;':
- wood MOddrOk' bedroom ,set,
tom built the States, IS cubic
', foot Stor-Mor "Amine"! freezer-
' refrigerator. 2 ,sloor combine.
tion. RCA 24 Mch TV set, talsi.
net (sworn built, in States., Wel.'
BO 'stove, with' built-in Retia. '-
eerie end, griddleir Bety's crik
' eird)thifforehif set 'with
and stroller. All furniture prec.'
' Ecally new. Leaving Isthmus.
' Call laname 2-2510. ': '''''
' F010 SALLLeaving countrg
sacrificing almost now- blau blau'
' blau' punkt radio. tomato with scent.,
player. Phone, Pansasi 3-4640.'7
FOR $A1.11:Chott of tirawirs.
, bookshelvos, outboorrl,' MOW,
' porch furniture, picnic table. Co.
tonal 2145.
', FOR SALF:-.-Bassinet with nut."
tress. Use& ens month. Phone
3-5894.' -1
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Eitilie'llitic"
Enters
t'or the past 'three t, weeks thtel
Evangelical Ministert Council.. of
Panama, and. the Canal. Zone4 has
teen conducting a united ovaagel,
istie eampaign which has' betut city
wide and ,iner.denominational
this scope. ,
The serviceithegan
moved into,. Gamboa and' Paraiso,
and then .to the. Rio Abojo area.
The final twit., weeks, one of which
is. ah'eady completed, are cot
tralized, in',the city proper, y
',IYUriarther Oa'st three weeks
icores .of decisions ifor Christ and
many consecrations have been re.
Ichrded.' -t
Engaged,' espicialy for these
meetliTg3 is the Bev.,Harold Skeete
la youhg, dynamic; evangelist from
1 the U.S. '")
Beginning Monday 'the meeting
wilt be heidtmsetbe4inanii Bap.,,
tits, ,orOt'th 'Octdber ,Street..1
Guachapali, aiid will conclude onl
Friday,aight. Each night the sec.
vice begins- it 7:30.-
Supporting the evangelistic? a
choir of about 35 voices, four.so,
loists,4nd 'a male' qUartet

.;'".;'SHOWING AT,YOUK:SERVICE.dENTER
,-- A ' THEATERSTODAY,-;''s:L'-'

DIABLO BEIGHTB,',:,
: )!,.
"SUNDOWN
,"CONGO BILL"i
, 2, 3
' MARG.I:RITA
Sat.. Matinee 1:30 pm,
. , "Great, ,aeometive
ThasE" 6:10, S:10
TO YVMA"
ALsq SIPNINCI
PARAISO 1:15 ag. 7:55
ISANDITS OF DARE
CANYON" find
"EADAR MEN FROM
, THE MOON"

cAmr BIERD ' s" y -Sas s:35
THE-WORLD, EXPLODED",alid
' "ZOMBIES OF MORA' TAU"'

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mir 'trim IPAVAMA- 1-111111illIA
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Miscilloneou:,
Horn, At LIDA'S Nutty 40 Ave,
Nacional lAutellewl Jost ata.,
packed a lame ,.shipmant Nice
,New Rattan Furniture and Sas Saskat.
kat. Saskat. Novelty etc. Sakti fssig
Don't miss It. ,
FOR SALIEsGid's 'hike with
- !basket $20.- Dam Fresco '14
cubic feet. S150. 14 foot Alva
minumi boat with cur top tt-4,'
, $150. Rehigerator, plot
Point, $100 Record player
rade combination; SZL
stand, $10, Phone Panama 3-
,
, 01173. 12 to 2, ;''
r ATTENTION' ,t
COIN COLLECTORS.
, FOR SALEPSovon hundred'
, 17001 old silver 'coins, datoil
from 1770'to 1E55. For Info,-
motinn,' 2-2730, 'a
inry 12 ,only .,"
, FOR SALE:--;Cood 'clasp dask.r
:42 ft. II in. by 44 ft 2 in; with
colOar drawer and six aid.' Jrairb
ars $2000. Phase: Hopkinsi',",
, Balla. 2966.
,
, RECORDS
My ;Fair Lady : :
' "Around The World In
SO) Date", $2,25 :
tend Piousande el other, selections ,"1
' dig TROPELCO A.' f"---
',-45th Street and Via' EspaAi
3-1115,: : :"':
FOR SALL...Matched golf Amiss,
kilns Ilyrin No Ison;',4 match,
oil vi000ls,:hocl, bag ',,,,
and umbrellaos Sallie
IF.O.amoo
FOR SA1.1.Bedroode est, Hot
Point retrigorator, seashint ,'
chine, Rattan birdgetable and-4
.:chairs; ;widish slosh and cheir,
odd household goods. Ca Pe4
slams .24126 or 3-5209.1 ';
,IVICSAirt Cars and Truck, ;
acihesetie-,, also spare parts folOr''
,Dieset, 'Caterpillars;
fors, retriteraters, safe' vaults. ,
We also have for sale
s'OMC", 312 ton-tuck in 'geoe
, 'condition.; We sell all kinds et k
$ surplus! material," CONT1NEN-
, TAL SUPPLYERS Central' Ave.,'
1146 13319, llth ,'
1001-I Apt; 1091. Colok1
,, PANAMA CANAL OMPANY
OFFERSDRILLBOAT POR,SALI
Sealed bids, for opening in pub.
lk, will be received until 1010'1'
- a.m,, June 27, 1951; in An 1-,
fiats ',Suierintendent. Stow.
hews.' Branch, Balboa,- for Drill.
,' heat U. S; VULCAN Arrange..
,
'masts for 'inspection be '',
made fly 'contacting Mt.', G 0,
Gregory," Dredging l',Division,
, telephone 6-341: Invitetion
S-56-400 may be' obtained from
office of Supernstandont, .Sterw.
'' house Branch; telephone 2.1 CS (Li
' ,
FOR S 1.1i---imotetir ex-100
scales', Albrook 7205.!
FOR SALE:,vShot
1,, theater model; twolve',0olotp,',16
IOC choice BBL,. mew. t2.
'.T144$6
..t, ( ,t
swim
,
,' ,G,A M
0,:Sat, Matinee15:13
oltAGE AT, DAW1!1",
1:15
,441) A K'0 T
GATU 5
Sat. Matinee 2:30 p.m.
oTHE LADY, AND
,THE TRAMP!
'; ? 7:00
NIGHT THE WORLD'
' EXPLODED"'
r Sat 'Matinee 2:30;1'
"THE OLD wEsr1:86
'CONGO BILL" No. 4, 5
,"CATTLE EMPIRE"!
,
, t
Alr-Condltioned
2:4S 4:40 .;
;,,
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SA0S
LIU GENTLE,
SUND4
tiONDAYI
SANTACRUZ, 6:15 S:10
;:-"SVYEE:E.MEILIt O. if'.
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VrIAl2116 2 Strove Do. 'IS ADIVICIAS
terts.autila a fARMACIA WM.
Boats Motpti
F011 $A11:.111 ft. outboard
fernier. licensed for fir. 1957
N 25 hp. motor and all imripment'
nonskid for boating. Snag en enanchorage
anchorage enanchorage enrol,. All for $700
or will. sell boat for $475 and
motor and controls for $225.00...
Albrook 2104.
FOR SALENow crosier tont tontplata
plata tontplata with trailar uphoistary kit
etc. Sea it at SEARS, Loa Ango Angola,
la, Angola, Stara.
;
2 FOR SALLSailboat 25' 0.A.,
6' hears; 4' draft. Null fiber
glassed.. Now sails. Phone Cris..
" taloa'
RECORDS
My: Fair Lady $2.13
, "Around The World In
: sq Days" $2.25
7' and thousands of ethos selections
, TROPELCO S. A..-r
vith Street and Via Rapala.
' -1'4 3-12E5.
PfiSt.
Oberve
,
Yliath Stinday
,'A' special celebration of Youth
Sunday, win', take place at the 11
'o'clock service at the Cathedral of
St. Luke,' AnCON this Sunda Y.
This service, whic h: is held
throughout the Episcopal' Church,
gives the young people an" oppor.,
tunity to lead theworship and
participate' in -the' National. Youth
Offering that assists some project
in the Mission Field.-
Don Brown will be the officio
for the service at which Miss To Toni
ni Toni Ann Fisher will deliver '; t b e
1 sermon on "The Challenge of Our
Faith." Dungan Brown ond
Christine Ruff 'will read the BL
ble lessons,' Misses ,C arlott e
SchttliS aneAlice Fairchild will
letd the4Psilm and brayers, and
Jilm'es'Petter, Russell P,tri t t r.
Joanna llrown 'end ludy Brown
will -be ushers,, 'rhe Choir Gull
will render the' anthem "Lead Me
Lord"', by 'Wesley, Deati Peterson
will have closing prayers and ben benediction,
ediction, benediction, , ,)
,,4111 :the afternoon 'at 3, oclock,-
Y4yth Supnet will be Aerved in
iBishop Morris atoll, 'at !. whic h'
time, a welcome. will be extended
to Lt.,'CoL 'Robert' D, 'Brown and
his wife,' who swill be' the -,' idyl.
sors to the ,,, groupc during the,
coming year. ' I
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SOMB VICTIM DIIIS
, HIROSHIMA, ,,,Japan (UP)
Xosuke- Matsub,:, 51, died here on
Wednesday Of what, doctors' de described
scribed described is the 'after-effects of the
atomic bombing Hiro Hiroshima
shima Hiroshima in 1945.' Matsu, who lived,
about three-quarters' of a
frOM ihe -center. of the 'city when
the-,homb ottruck, suffered from
leukemia,Awhicho 'physicians said
Sy caused, by radiation burns.
A Hiroshima atomic bomb.Aios bomb.Aiospital
pital bomb.Aiospital report said he was the12th
'atom bomb victim' le die .this
year.' :4 '
'ti::1Ip NO gr.CRUITS
, tOKYO (UP).Scores of eager
Japanese jobseekers reported- to
st employMent agency rriday in
,response toa, sumnions by mail.
Instead of 'a job offer, ,ther were
forced to' sit through a two-hour
harangue by a recruiter front the
armed forces. Ile, too,,was disap disappointed.
pointed. disappointed. No, one volunteered.
'HOT MUCH CHOICE, r,i
,' ',NAGASAKI; Japan ',(UP)Nag ',(UP)Nag,isaki's
,isaki's ',(UP)Nag,isaki's second district will be'rep be'represented
resented be'represented in the Japanese. house of
representatives br,Tokutaro Kit.
pour despite bitter' opposition in
the. May 22 general election. ri ribAlce
bAlce ribAlce minister ,Tolcutaro
,ura is running Against' business business,
, business, man Tokutako Kitamura. '

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. '' My Fair Lady $2.25 s 1 ', Real.Etate -1.'
.. "Around The World in -.I 1 l t 7
i. 80 Da s" $2 25 1

7 :; .71; 1 7f., :7, ,.;,
NVith a ,viey, toward,timpro tit'serviee and' .correeting,
;'Itreguiarlties that .(iccur,';.Inyfiltultatily,.:fiem,-..timeto.,' time,
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TIIKEANAIVIA AMERICAN has 'established a speclik

1 Misecti-'ncouss?.', I
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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL CI.

LP RECORDS
at real low pricao
, 111 Traio Marks
TROPELCO S. r :
45 St. and Via Espa lis A'
Phan 3-1215. qt't, ,
WANTED:-Amatioan family
,wants to rent throe on tour Ind.,:
room haus lo bolt aroa of Pan-,
, anis. Call Lt. Col.. Hogg at Tiv
veil HotoL
geol.Etate
,
nl PORIALliSmall country hem' ,,
-, 12 mill 'off the cioncroto ost the I
n. El 4,11st, road. Conveniences psi..
initsvi,','.view salient.- Price 1,-,
,,',' $3000:'14e.'2415 or 10.0;'; loll
' 1541 Eallsoa. ,,;,-40 ,"'712'.,
- i FOR SALE:-.-lionch in interior:1',
.' 14' hour from Pouts,' City.1' :
,
A ...
',.,, Twe-story mini,. house.' 1 a i
:'' cowl, ',chickens.. 5 etre' land.s:'::
, ,The property 'has 'lipoid.' May oho.:
1.', work out, primitivo 'Way.' "rico ,1
$4004cosh. Nam writa,'Iorti
1 ; Cloytol t!0. lox '44l, Const,,,,
, t lott SALE;--.-Eotr ion Oho owist -,
'' ,exclusive, Oafs taXi- ottrOctivo
hooch lo ihio '.00tontry';, to Oho
, banki '". of, the Corona 3, rivor.'''2414
private beach fir propodi owe-
, : ors. Only 60 :miler' from' Ike.;
'd, city., Easy payment plan. t For
' information Imply at ., Alfa
,.., Store, No. 29-110 Central AV14',
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,- 4 a n, , ., Russian language copy of
ir s 14 boys'
G
P one of Fast's many nove's issued
here in the' past can now be
, i , found only inrsecond-hand shops.
te, , A
T.... , rf ...1. ,,, ,,,,. Andfrom olow,on new editions.ef
. '21 :,r 6. -'''' Mae werks:4vill, net', be, published
Nine boys and 14 girls were ip the Soviet Villaa, ,,. ,,1 i
' born at Gorges Hospital during ; ,,, t ..' 4 ', '.
,' the week ending at midnight Mon- This was made indirectly quite
day, according to the regular hos- clear by the scathing denuncia.
pital report. During the same pe. tion of the former U. S. Com Comriod
riod Comriod 219 patients were admitted I manist Party member ; published
and 208 were discharged. -' several weeks ago in the Literary
The names and addressed of the Gazette, the o!ficial organ of Sov Sovarents
arents Sovarents of the boy babies follow: iet writers. .' -... ' 4 ','' '
T. and Mrs. G. J. Louis, of Pa. 'so ,,,,- it.41.1 -Avow.' -,1-1. 4; ',, ,r
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,' tine City; ". Lt4 and Mra. C. R. The denunciation, which, cov.
. flabgood, of Farfan; Mr. and Mrs. ered n3ore than a full page of the
' A. Chow, of Panama City; Mr. and fourpage newspaper, was one el
Mrs. C. A. direvalo, od Panama the bitterest ever levelled Against
City; Mr. and Mrs.., E. Silva of a foreigner in the history of the
Rousseau; Mr.. and Mrs. Allan Soviet tinier'. ,,'
traiden, of Ancon; Ste'. snd Mrs. It called ,,, Fast a swindler an
R. Redirguez,,, oo Fort t,,boton; opportunist, a savage 'and a de deCapt.
Capt. deCapt. and Mrs. ,W. IN, Baker of sert, 'and accused him of being
, Fort Clayton; and ,Mr., 4nd Mrs a militant ,,Zionist who disguises
W. J. Shamburger, 'of Cocoli. ,' his feelings behind, platonicephras platonicephras'
' platonicephras' Grils babies were 'born to the ..s is 4- -.4, ,1
es v,i wro,h,. 4,00u. 4 4 ,,, k..,!.. .,
following: A2c and Mrs., ,N. L. ., ,.,, ,.s., ,,, 1 . ,.. S'
,Handley, of Panama 'City; Cant- This attack come as a sbock to
14. and Mrs., R.' R. Joseph, of Fort Soviet Citizens. For if ever a lie.
Clayton, Mr. and Mrs. J. J'.141..Ya ing foreign writer.' bad become
, of Locona; Mr. and Mrs. E. A. a commonplace in Russian home
Morales, of Panama Cit3r;' Mr. libraries, it was Howard East
' and Mrs. R. E. Niskanen, of Cu- Most of his major works were
' rundu; Mr. and Mrs.. A. Gonzalez
'of Gamboa; Mr, and Mrs. C., A translated and issue(' here in big
editiens intended., to be sold in
Ingo, of Panama City; Alc and
'Mts. L. E. Pelt?, of Locona; wo every townt, and ,,village of ,this
--, gigantic, empire. '..
, '''end Mrs. L. '-0? Collins,, of Fort , ,,,
10)The: Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Oove Fast ,was a safe? standard in in,
, in, of Balboa; Mr. and Mrs. A.P.Mann vestment for ) Soviet publishers
of Ancon; Mr, and Mrs. J. E. An. who knew that by printing his
,'dersen, of PanaMa; Sgt. and Mrs, novels they would never risk
'rite Druz-Diaz, of Feet Kobbe; being accused, of distributing west
and Capt. and Mrs. M. M. Norton, ern bourgeois "gutter literature",
' Of Fort Clayton. or sotbey thought.
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'TO DAy,.....:0' 'BE I LA,..,';' V I STA'
,, THE ONLY 1 rizATRE IN PANAMA w HERE, THIS :
. :-, : PICTLTRE WILL' 13E EXHIBIEDI AL144 i top-t t 'i,
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1: itiES: NOW,BY PUBL1 REQ!JESTi,IN,.:-:
:::'!' $150' 1114171RA Ifil l':Cillitilet

NOW,,BY PUBLIC REQIJESTi IN.
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CONT1NUOIUS SHOWS!
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CAVII3 1:11VEN-: CANTINFLAS,01ZZERL NEWTON.
- S::::LEY MastAME Featurinz 44 'Camas' Stars
TECHNICOLOR SormroPhre be JAMES POE, JOHN VOWS sod 11,J. PERELMAN
From the Chmole leT JULES VERNE Directod by MICHAEL ANDERSON
NOTE: NO 'COURTESY PASSES 'ALLOWED!

's ' SUNDAY, IIAY 11
Igh Low
10:07 a.m. 3:47 a.m.
10:35 p.m. 4:26 p.m.

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'betng Keceivea Dy ,I:Zbi) 'IV L US
- Training with a touch of adventure is pr bably the best way to describe th days aid
nights of 123 nctn commissioned officers 30 rom the Marine Corps, one from the Air Force
and 92 from the Army now undergoing Jur.g a orientation at the Jungle Warfare Training
Center at Fort Sherman. , '' t ' t '.. i :. s t i ' :
' The group arrived at AlbrOok Air Force Base last weekend and- Mcmday -morning-began
a rigorous three-week Course in jungle orientatim. , , , -, ,
,,, To men like Sfc. Samuel Veal of Cincinnati, Ohlo, and assigned tot G Company, 19th
Engineers, Fort Meade., Md., training under jUntie conditions is a completely new concept. r
, i I But to men like Sgt. Barold D. Grimm of ,Petal, Miss., and assigned to the 77th Special
Forces Group, Fort Bragg, N.C., only the, methods of training are new. Actually,- the training
at JWTC is so geared that it can be utilised under any condition or locale. '' .' .,,,
, 'When the NCO's arrived at Fort connaissance patro ng' dnring'the 13;400 officers. They are schedul.
Sherman last weekend, they found day and there was night training ed to begin June 2. JWTC is coin coin:Comfortable
:Comfortable coin:Comfortable barracks, a beautiful Thursday evening with supper at mended by Maj. Michael C. Ches.
.beach and a Post zoo complete Charity Hill. Tills training, t o o, ter and-is an integral training lea lea-
- lea- with boa constrictor snakes. They took place' several miles up ,,qbe ture of the lst Battle Group, 20th
Will see a lot' of th.e zoo's animals Chogres river, ---- ' ."' ,, 1- Infantry at Fort 'Kobbe.
because Friday morning the stdents The majority of the students ndw
Put little of the barracks,
'broke- bivouac early and began ,,,a attending courses at the JWTC will
most of their training will be in
. .' march toi:still- another, traininea be instructors at Army schools or
the jungle.
:', MondaY, the grouP got its first rea for' reaction training in' 'Quick Inerpberf of nnits involved in exer
good look at the zoo and had the fire and performance:, ., T 'cites in this'area.:Tht:,NCO's them
During the remainder of tilt', selves represent a, widecross' see.
pptiortunity to bandle the snakes
throo wooks of training, the stud lion. of U.S. organizations. ,
....if anyone 'wanted to.-The men
ents will receive Instruction In a Me Lune Rodricniez of Boerne
; taw a disolay of jungle nlants and
filmic and chomical.biological.ra. Tex., and assidned to the Ratger
foods and found that survival' in
diolooical, warfare', .guorrills co. Denartment. Fort Benning-, 'GC.'
the jtmgle Can be easy,' if brie
aerations-and:raid,. la clitat...04,,
)tnows how. : -, what and Sfe. Samuel 11. Moore of In.'
,, On Tuesday. the NCO's' got their for their units and as. disnanolis, Ind: and assigned to
sionments across filo nation is B Company, 2ndRattli Grouts, 60th
real taste of training under jungle
sot for tho ond of this month, Y fnfntry. Fort Dever's, Maki.; are
' 'Conditions when they were taken
tip the 'The JWTC. soon to be a recog two good examnles of this interest.,
to an aren several miles nized Department of the Armv a. ing cross section. I
Charres river from a londind ad..
rea school, has also scheduled a ' 2
' Pieent to Fort Son Lorenzo for oh
1 three week course in lune for near Another student now at JWTC
stack, crossina, exercises.' Pow to with an interesting background is
tnooelL a slide for lifo 11(0qx the ,,, 4,,,,, ,,, ,,,,-,i T.sgt. Jaek castiv, .y,i,., of engem.,
Chnores river and hitildios( a roof. r..gr; n v k,.' I ,: er, Mir,b::' assidned "tn,' the 3636th
,, britide ',cross n river ...those warn ircl)1 ) p6nki Lose- -' com.e,Cie Training' C e 0 u-tt
some,of Old esdrrises the grout .,. '" ' (Survival), Stead Air Force Base
rdertook Tuesday.
i, ii,,,Nv awviegootitieosndpwva switthhe tobrAdesrtuofdentht;
' '' Favo 01 11 ' .:,. Nev.' Prior to hi Nev d si
s a a as gm
, , men the sereeant was. assigned
r v ()SCOW t
Avided into three.mdo naviontioo
rim MOSCOW,. (UP) -- Since the
1 , , ,, , to the 'Arctic, Aero.Medical Labor.
Wilts. Thursdav..th atory; Ladd Air Force Base, Alas.
Soviet. 'Minn ,igovni2Ilati TIA,2,.A ka. ,i 1ft A ttf ,l. ti, t 1 A
A grotto r,,

rIVIrlea MIT Tnree-vn navl ti MOSCOW.. (UP) Since the
Om. Thursday-1hp grono r Soviet, Polon 1,expelled Howard
, Fast trom its roster of aoceptabie
'L merman. writers, Moscw book
ittle 'League sotres are no longer stocking his
, -works. ,

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ed to begin June 2. JWTC is com commanded
manded commanded by Maj. Michael C. Ches.
1 ter and-is an integral training fea feature
ture feature of the lst Battle Group, 20th
Infantry at Fort 1Cobbe.
The majority of the students now
attending courses at the JWTC will
be instructors at Army schools or
Inemberf of Units involved in exer
eses in this' aree.:TheNCO's them
selves represent s, widecross' sec section
tion section of U.S. organizations.
' Lune Rodriguez of Borne
Tex., and assioned to the Ranger
Denartment. Fort Benning-, 'Gt..,
and Sfe. Samuel 11. Moore of In.'
disnapolis, Ind: and assigned to
B Company, 2ndBattli Group, 60th
Infntry, Fort Devens, -Maas.. are
two good examnles of this Interest.,
Mg cross section.
, Another student now at JWTC
with an interesting background is
T.Sgt. Jack Castle' Jyr., of illessem.
er, assiOned tho 3636th
Combee;Cie Training' GrOuP
(survival), Stead Air Force Base
Nev.' Prior to his Nevada assign assignment,
ment, assignment, the sergeant was. assigned
to the 'Arctic, AerkMedlcal Labor Laboratory,:
atory,: Laboratory,: Ladd Atir Force Base, Alas Alaska.
ka. Alaska. Lill '
The Alt Fatie,,Marines tat.id
my all will be represonted m the
groun of offieert to- -heohrtheir
trebling at JWTC In earl? June.
They renoe in ranks up to lieuten
ant
, The 193 ,Nas nOW at rovTc
represent the &St group to ,attend
snecial thron.week, entirse
tingle orientation at JWTOi Still
another clamp? hlrlfa'te sehedul.
od to train' ots:WTObeginningDin
late' June. tho Atudent ere air
lifted from Charleston Air Force
Base, S.C. to the Canal Zone-

, WASHINOON- JUT) --'': The! iii the new fiscal year starting
Douse Appropriatiot.s Comma' e guly 1. t .. ..
issued some doleful news t oda v The totall was about 18,492,339,
for the Supreme Courtjust:t. s tir 3 per cent, below Pre$sident Ei
trid U.S. diplomat; serving uvel,-t Lenhower's original requests' for
seas. 1 '-. ,. i the agencies. -, '
, ; The iustices will have. to do ? The State Department was
vabout a S33,000 electronic ilevi're grarted 1952,859.353; a CUt'tyl 7,-
to give the hot foot to .0irda ill,$798; the 'Justice- DepartrneLt
utAch; unimpressed by tne high p299410000 down S780,000: U.S.
court's dignity, desecrate at mat- intormation Agency 1;101,750,000, a
blo building. l" ,-- ,A -- ,' cut of 8,2$820; fe.leral courts
The ( diplomats ; Will. have, to 4763,206, down $699,600,. anti the
i,
rserape along with less rePresin. President's special, international
titionr or whiskeymOney k thin (und 6-million dollors, a slag of
'they eha hoped.'But they III be I,SG00,000.' .t- ,o . k ,.J "y
able to fill more &tot than-this The State ."7Deparement had
yi at. ', .) ''' t'L sought ad ,eved million dollat$ to
,. I. , -, ,,,-c.r, ..... t,14;nn 11 linlotonmaiwl.1 a tit

- The ,committee took the 'edicts
in approving a 570,722,613 money
hill to rtm the State and Justice
Depertments, the federal courts
and thelIJS.InformItion AgSency
k, a ,,,
London Bus- Inke
Conhnues; Rai roa
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granted 1952,859,353,', a cut 'el 7,-
V..11,5798; the :Justice- Departniettt
p2994l00000 down $780,000: U.S.
intormation Agency 5101,750,000, a
cut of 8,25820; fe,leral courts
4763,206, down $699,600,. and the .4
President's special, international -.
fund 6-million ,dollars, a slag of
'1,5G00,000.: .t' ,- ,-t ', ,k ..'-i i ''y
i 'The State -k7Depa.rt'ment had ;'.
Sought an ,even Million dollars ill -.,,
1
l'representation allowances' .'1,4,o
enable U.S. diplomas abroad to
entertain on, At scale' expected, ot
the world'a wealthiest t nation; ;' lt 4
said liquor,: prices bad not gone, 4
Up but there were s- more :ding).
trots. r 'u -: ', : ,, 0
I t: he congressnien, who prefer -,
to- call the funds "whiskey'. mOn..'s
cy"' were net tirupressert, ,( Thev 1,1
vote'd to cut the request to, $650, I,
000. Even, ao,' itwas $50,000 mot:e li
than they granted tnis yea14.,:, .., c
,They turned down the Supreme t
,ethirt's 'request ;Joe- the ', bird- ','
ettusing klevaoet'after hearing -otes-
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trmony that it merely would chase
LONDON, May. 10 (1-.1P)--Lon.,
the feathered folk ,across' the
doners 'walked to work for the
street to the Capitol,. which 'has
sixth dayY of a city-wide bus strike
today with no end of the walkout P;entY of it3 own
to sight, , ,The comrnitei zeknowledged
the need ,for diplomats who, speais
But, thg ,threat, cif 'a rail' strike
tbe tongue'of the country toThich
which would tichp traffie through.
out Britain seemed to have eased they are-,assignecl
But it liaid it beriously lques,
slightly. Union leaders seemed re
luctant to take the final step ,of tions' ,the advisability of maim
caning a walkout. , .. taming' a language school in
Labor Minister Ian MacLeod was la on the Riviera at Nice, France,
seeking a compromise on the rail train, 25 diplomntie students at
unions' wage demands during week fin average cost of $2,512 per stu stuend'
end' stuend' meetings with his staff. ", 1-
The committee slashed,, C000,
. MacLeod failed. to bring ,the
State-owned Railroad Comidssion 000 from funds budgeted for State,
and the three railroad unions any DopartSment salaries, and etpen.
closer together at a three-hour ses ses. It did 'not suagest how. this
sion yesterday, but will have a reduetion should be absorbe-1
second chance Tuesday- when the request for', $2,400,000, I o r
joint talks will resume. - emergency. conferences and other
Thermion leaders, refused to international contingeneies TA
budge on- their demand for an slashed tO 1,500,000. But the tom',
immediate pay,..bike mittee ,coheeded Uongress.wohld
railmen and-have, already' threat- bet ti-Ptivide mere ,laterrt.,a
ened strike attion unless, their di. 'event of,11, se-called summit con conmends,
mends, conmends, are met. '' ference.? -: P6 -4
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, WASHING:1101g 0,041,111) ,,,-041., The
Army is) working' en e new rhea
ical weapon which it hopes will
render enemy troops powerless by
making them act irrationally, it
was disclosed yesterday.
Testimony made public by 3
House Appropriatioris subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee also. revealed the Army wants
to, develop a chemical that weide
tause .temperaryt blinduessalitt
disarm etemA -,soldiers vifithout
kTing hem.' t ,
liaj. "Gee: William M. 07-easy.?
chief Army chemical ogicer tes
Vied that -the Atiny' "PsYChe.
chemical' warfare program wet
"much too small, now." But he
Said it involved chemicals '41which
e rli 4,0 11.4,1IA rt4 f,,t
Parish Plovivs, Irk

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Dalian Exhibitors -;
ROME (UP) It Is no myste mystery
ry mystery that 'movie theaters
are going through' a' setlbus- crisis
because Of televisfon competition
and heavY :government taxation
on tickets. , ,
But theater proprietors are
ponting to ;another aspect of the
crisis ,--, competition from movie
theaters owned by Roman Ca-'
tholicrparish' chUrches.'
, These movie theatertir 'usually
adjoin parish-churches and are
run by the local priests. The' par parochial
ochial parochial movie theaters were start started
ed started in 1934 after, the late Pope 1
Pitts X, issued an encyclical call calling
ing calling for ",moralization" of the mov movies.
ies. movies. He Warned of the danger to
good Catholics of' bad : pictures.
The parish movie idea has ex
panded tremendously since them,
Private movie theater proprie proprietors
tors proprietors have protested to the minis ministry
try ministry of, interior,' which, supervises
movie and theater activities in
Italy, against what they call, the
"invasion" by parochial movie
theaters.', They point,' out,' that
while in 1951 there were in Italy
1,000 'cinemas run ,, by parish
priests, today there 'are '6,000, as
compared to st', total of 17,831
movie theaters existing- in the
whole of the ,nation. :

liather Or Not

This weather report tor Abe 24
hours ending II a.m.' today; ts
prepand by the Meteorological
and Bydrographic Branch of the
Panami Canal Company:
, Balboa Cristbal

TEMPERATURZ:1
High 91'
' Low 77
HUMIDITY:
, High ", ....sr.' 93
Low I,

WIND: I
(max. raph) NW-10 N15
RADi (inches) T
WATER TEMP: :
--(Inner harbors) -112--1.--.10.:.

wig upset 'Your., behavior pat-I
"You will be acting very' era era111'
111' era111' sod the othet people who
have been subjected will not know
it, either," he 'said. 04Everybod3'
will be on the bandwagon," 0 0
, Citing other fields Abe Army
would ,like to get into, he said,
tif we could ,come yp, with 'sow&
thing Ithat 0- produces clemofPratv
blindness, this would he, the Idsali
type of thing, where no one woulti
be maimed.' ,,
, -The testimony, covering ,Artiy
'Motel :reouests for the year start:
int July 1, also.shored that re.
search' experts believe theyliave
the anti-missile missile0Ih0
hiller",prettr..", well,L,
Itep. q Robert L. F.. Sikes T T114.,)
114.,) T114.,) asked Mai. Gesi. Robert ,J
Wood,- deputy chief of Army re receitreh
ceitreh receitreh and developinent,',"do you
seriously believe", the Armv can
develop 'an anti-110011e ,,that
be effective','Against
ballistio4' 41'
would say. he ansWer to thar
Is 'Yes: Wood replied.'
Sikes asked, if "maybe"
wouldn't' be a ,tetter- answer:,
would .not. Say maybe,' and
ask you to spend mOney on' it,"
''Wood 1,1 say, yes we! eel,
ft,velop. it we ,think wt Pave
it pretty' ell Ileveleped," is a
matter of fact.' ;,!
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SUSPENSE.
LIKE YOU NEVER
FELT EEFOREI 1,

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SICZLING
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i:23,3:15, 5;0'7 6:50 5:S5

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, ERRY FARIS ,' ,,4..,..4
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' .,'' '' PEGGY KI::3
,.. '''' elo URN EDEN 1. -- tv ot--5i
----(40,10 or -'''''''''''' Pow Or '4....".'
' JOHN C.CHAMPION HALL BARTLETT
, ', ARTHUR HARIY, HALL BARTLETT
. I .., 0 so JOHN tcwarioN ,...:,

'Me Army Is working on -the
Nikileu and Plato anti-inissileS.
Tile Nike-Zeus is longer !range.
' The Plato would be used by
triwys 'in the field.

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REOPENING---- President de la GUardia tuts' syn'tbolic ribbon to mark the 'inaugurati6n last
,night of the remodeled Central Theater,' which was gutted bst fire, several roonths ago. -,' Seen
in the front row are: (I. to r.) Central Theater manager Francisco Fabrega, presidential aids 4
Baul' Arias, President de la Guardia Gustavo ,Trius, president of the Central Theater Cir.'. I Icuit,
cuit, Icuit, and Pablo Paz (holding ribbon), chairman of the Panama Lions Club "Wl)te Cane' drivo
to raise illndS for the School for the Blind. P roceeds from last -night's showing of the movie
i'Sayonara" at the inauguration Went tow-ards the canipaign. '
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-10-tEARS FAITHFUL SERVICE PRAISED iirarren E, sektoy, tranitt thauf feur,,,-' and
Vincent BrOwn, Chief l',rter, at Tocumen Air portwere honoreii ou, the tmasl,qt of complet completINC
INC completINC ten years ,of service -for, Braniff AlTWa),s; anti, received 'the ,Company's gold-and-diamond
pin.: Photos ,were taken to ,cotmemorate' the,' or casion, knd the above shows, left,,te right. COI.
milo Fabrega,, Sales Manager; Sealey Robert C. Hatch, -Manager; Brown, and J. iVV.,
Station ManagereAdvt !, t

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. Of Fort Clayton. 1 or so they thought., i';'' e'"J'17iel f
.."6. ... 0,....'".- ,.....L. j 1 Wutini 152ty lic tiowys w tun, .. A ,,,,,,f -1,,,, L.,
tt 1 1 ,Sof od r d ' 1 ; '''','' uvl, ilu 1
it ,,l;
,,,,,.,, ., : -. .. . , ,, .,,, ,..,,,-.1. ecaus o eNts on eompe 1 ion le yes, o rep le . . , 01, ,,,,,...,
, 7,, , .- ', ,t - .. and heavy lovernment ..' 'taxation v ., i
, ,
. Sikes ',''' asked, if "maybe" ,, ,,,,.
on tickets. ... , .. .' wouldn't' be a tettei answer;. t' .) I
- -- ,,,t'i ; 4,, -,-t.'
, ' 'But theater '' proprietors are ,..r4 ,.., 14 :4
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, 0 i' pontmg to ;another aspect of the it's'?kl -would .not Say maybe,' and
,,", i , 1
, crisis ,-. competition from 010Ple AiroodY!Usait44., ,81Dlensdayitnynees,Y, wnile!' irta:1111 :' '''. ,-..- ; '' ,.,' oft in ,,,,
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,,, , THE ONLY THEATRE IN PANAMA WHERE, THIS : theaters owned by Roman Ca.,' Itevelop. iti ;iiiid. ws .tiiink: wt Itikve 1. -..., ,, ,, tvw.' 1.4,
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, . . , PICTURE WILL, 13E ,EXHIBIED114'4 i 't4,44.i 't, tholic'''parish' chnrches.'i", ';',i it 4 ',, , -
- Th
. .ese movie theaterti usually
pretty, 'well -developed; is a ,.'..-.
platter, ot fact.'''' L ,-, : '';, a t'''' '', A.,' k el
' tillf .ar'i '' t
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' : PRICES: NO, W, BY PUBLIC REQUEST; IN. adjoin parish -churches and are v .. .. 1, t '''., ,,'' .3, ', t,., 4,. 1
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''' ,!1. ,' : ; 1, ,. ,,. ,.. run by the local priests. The' par- ' -.
:, $1.50, CONTINUOUS.SHO1 Si
,ipi I ochial movie theaters 'were start., I .,..1. , ., :
ed in 1934 after, the late 'lope 1 ',,' ', .' i ,4i - i ,..-4
a
$ ., t i ,
, -. ' ,1 00
' At 2:15 ,- 5:35 :',..- 9:00 pm. ',.. ; Pitts X, issued an encyclical call- ;LUX (all!' ilk
i', 1 ''' CIR111111i;If
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- '-',wwwwwwwwwowwwwwww -,e -.,,,owwiw, ink for ".moralization" of the mov. 4 1 ..ri
.4v v vtt v ft '',1t, i it t
. The Illbrld' Illost lionoreEt Show 1 i I
les. He Warned of the danger to iltre I t (i, )tt:- ' 2 11( i 0 1 ri
good Catholics' of bad : pictures.
'The parish .tuovie ,' idea ; has ex
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,,, ),,
,,.. ,,
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, ,, panded tremendously since them, 015, 0,40 -, ,
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;'-', .. -, ft., ,., oi, ,.,.. ,,,,,,, , Private movie theater proprie. .- I )
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ct y : ,1,4. if,101,4,,w;:,,
,i, ,,
,',, ,. ,.' 2.,. ..,:', : .., -.S.',,,,,, 1117,te,;: Ii,, 4',, ,7,1'1--.4' p,A,,,stig,st tors have protested to the minis; ...
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! t. ''', i , 'I Si; r aiLl ''l'ij IF try of,, Interior,- which, supervises ,' WEEKEND RELEASE! ',
movie and theater activities.- in i:23 3:15 4. 5;0'7 .. gap .. 8:15 ,., ,
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' '1, ,,v,17, ro ',4 Italy, against what they call, the ---,--1.--.-....i........... ,, I t.
,,, ,,, e 17 14 -i, Algo116 II "hivasion" by -parochial movie '- it A
( ' i :'
, ,1p.Ip,i ,,,,,,, theaters.', They point-. dut,' that ,-- : 01 s
, i wl tk
' ' -' ' ' 71 whit
, ..1,. t 8 1, Pis -, e to 1951 there were ,in Italy ,,,,,
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SUSPENSE ---
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.....: ,. , A. w priests, today there 'are '8,000, as
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- WALI IS ' , 0 ,
, compareo to I( .total of 17,831
movie theaters existing- in the LIKE YOU NEVER I ., , t I ', 1' ,' i 1,,', irl production , : ":' , i ,
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, A.0 .4 ,.... 1 , ', ,, '' t 1""1111111 ,,r--.. "'""g,' Y
, FELT EEITA''E I 1 11:ta ' SHOWS' ",' ," rl :'
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'..' ''01 A' ;tits
),' , ,.. ,, ,., , $ ,,,,,, 0 : e--
whole of the .nation ',' -, w
-rp ,- ,-. ,.. ., ,
: MICH' AEI, TODD'S ... 41'. .! ..,..' : ' ' ' ' r'' '1 I i I 1 "I Pr.S.M a .IP.' ' 1 ' ': i:22 3:.50,!,. ,, '' '
, B c, a. ,, .,a,s1... s,
.. u ,,,,:, (11:444,n ; I,. P ILL t i 1 k -t ,... , '',
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1116' thee,Or.pot ...-.i.uttbzDDANAnEt.is' ig ,, ,,, .. : , ,'', ;, . t .. ., rc "v.
I t DOLORES 11 RNOSEPil CAL EIA,vc.J.c4 v-';',',G1: 0 r '''Aii'llAI.S
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hours ending II st.m: today; Is 'I, cw.,.,,,,,
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T TECHNICOLOR Sernapirs by JAMES POE;JOHN ARROW end S.,J. PERELMAN s" 'SUNDAY, -MAY 11 -- s.,..,4,t, 1 : ,,
'' ''' ' r5 ' CLAtrIE cli.moor3 Drirlin, LIIIELL v ,. s- ,
drool the Classic aT JULES VERNE Directed bY MICHAEL ssoEssoi .. High ; Low I ARTHUR HAILEY, HALL, BARTLETI. . ,,,, ,
, 0 NOTE: NO COURTESY PASSES ALLOWED! 10:07 Lin' 3,.:47, a.m. I -,
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r : '' : Will see a lot' of -the- zoo's' animals atudeita nd.w'''' g: The ,committee took.. the attiens taiable U.S.e diplomets abread ,to
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broke- bivouac' early' and began .,,a attending courses at the JWTC will
, : '; 'most of their, training .will be i in.
,, ess o ,,
march' t tilr se theo Iraininee be instructors at 'Army schools or bill ,to 'run the: State, andi Justice the world'S- wealthiest nation. It 4 ;',. 3 .
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.,, ',.' the jungle. "e,-' :'',., ,'- e :, ,,,
rea for reaction training be qtlick ,Inerrberf of:Units invelved in' eker .aDneapthrtegaents, tne leoera courts said liquor,'-prices had not', goPe. '.';,"4,,
1,1.S.,,,Inforointion'Ag$eney hp but there were more ',.dipio. .-.!.,...., e
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and- .performance:', .,,, .., .e 'cites in this area.fThe NCO't them .. ; .
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' 1' good look at the zoo and had 'the pre
During the remainder of ihe selves represent a wiecroes' seC' ; -:- k ...' .''.':-.',, er-'4 .:e., A ,t ,,,',i,i',',,. ,..t, k-.' ''' -,, I, ' ;A- e i .- .-',,.;,- ,, 'I' '.. ., ; : .. '. .: 5 ... -., :5 --- .. ,, '. .- ..i'',...., A .-,,. '.. ,,.; '...'1; '.'', ', f.' '';-:::..77.:;,7"'"'"- '"..:,'.'.'"1"". ,-. 't
. '' '1 rtunity to handle the' snakes
. PPflo three weeks of training, the stud lion of U.Si organizations., '. f- nn ,,,e : "i' e'The-' coitgreistnin, who .prefer ,,,. ..,, -,, !,,,,,.,,, ,. .c..,,:, , ......: ,a,,, ..: : , ,..., , ,; ... . l'' ..', ..e,,,: ..,..., -,-, ,, .. ,, ., .,.. ,I. -;',': ,..'', ,"!,:.,., , ,, .:, ;
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a tete will receive instruction in 1. ''',',Sfe Luroe Rodritniez -of 'Boet'ne to call the! funds .. "whiskey: Men- REOPENING-', President de la Guardia tuts' syntbolic -ill:bort to Mark', the 'dnaugUration ,last. '2
, ' 'taw a diselay of jungle- nlants an
'. filmic and chemicalbiologicatnra- Tex., and issigned to -the' Ranger night et the :remodeled Central Theater,' which': was gutted' ,by fire several. months sgoe't" Seen .-
' roods and found that survival," in "' isinilo'n'''' Bei- inxe,,:-..
tliolooical warfare-. guerrilla ce Denartment.".Foirt 'Benning-, '' Ga.., viite'd to cut the request to4650,
' -,,, ,,.. ne ,' !, i ey'" '!;werenotOirtipressed,,A Thee .,
in. the front 'low are: (I., to e) Central Theater' manager Francisco Fabrega",.' presidential,' aide, i.
: ., tbe jimgle Can he. easy,. if ..' bne : 000. Even:, se,' it wits 550,000 n mete ,,e
perationt'a.and,,:raiklietigs,304.. and Sfe, SaMuel II. Moore of Th.' 7 rauk Arias,' President de, la .Guardia, Gustavo "Trius,,, president of the Central Theater Cir.'. '. t
z ., thee they granted this ett?'',. -',-,,,, ,' euit, and -.pablo Paz, (holding :ribbon l' chairman, -e of ,the Panama Lions Club "Wlite Cane!. drive "" '.
' ; ; hnows how., ., . - parture for theie units and as..' dieneoolis.1 Ind. '. and issightd. -to -, , '..:., ,." ,7 .,'
Co'''n'iiiiiiei;- Rillibid'
" ,., ,,,....., ,, On Tuesday, the'NCO'O'. got their
to raise, fnds for the Schopl- for-,the Blind. P roceeds from last .night's
signments 'across' the nation ', is. B CompanY, 2infRatild 'Group 60th el'
,, 'n. ,. ,The,y turned -down the Supreme
,., l'' real taste of training under jungle
set for the end of this month., e thfntry. Fort, Devees, Maii.;-- are CaUrt's -- 'Y.request --nlon''' the 7 Oit0- :
. "Sayemara.". at; the inauguration'. Went tow-aro:is the canipaign..- ", -, '. e.',.,.,: ,. : .. --, I
, S.11: owl.n.g Of:tit, e,':.rxi. civic, ,',,,'
, ,s..' 1 :.' ionditione when they were taken ,7 uniiiStill Dbii ng'.-,
The JWTC., soon. to be a ,teeo' g. two irOod examnlet of this interest ; ', ,' , '',. ,,.. ..,.., i : , chiming devieeafter, hearing:I:tete-7 ,. ,: -,, .. , , ,. ,, ., ,..,,
-. to an .aree 'several mile' Im "' the !ere!' De t . . ,,,. : ; ;: : ..,. .: .,,... t 7,',:,,''.- ''''' ''' ''' ,.. ' ''il, timony that,,it Merely would ehase ,',,;er.,,,,,,,,,':,,,...,,,,;,;,;e.7".. .,,,,; a.,,...!,.:... -',,!,,,::,.,,,',,,,e,.,T:se,:,:e',y........:,,,,,,,, e,:,,,s.1.,,,,,,..,:e..,,,....,,,e1,:e:e.,,eee:,...'-e-,-,,,',.!..'nee.---------------- e
, e .., i, eer,ment of the Army a eg cross sec ton. :-: '' '' '. LONDON,. May 10 (UP), on- ,,,,,, 2 4,in ,. in :mi. ... ...: ,,,-, ,,,.....,...,e,'e,,,,,,,,,,,,...,:: :e:e.::,,e,e,eeere,:.,e-:ee,e:::ei:,,:,:,:e,:: ...1
- ,,,. r,hagree river from a- binding. IA rea at also snowed '; a !,'
scnooi n a ,,,. -- tee -:. leaweieu, Una :111,,A 03,, .. tAV :;,::.,:ini:i?,:,:,i,:v.7.:,:....,.. :::,.;I:,:::V:.,::,:0:.,,,k :1.,,x:.,..,..,::.,:.,,,:::::::,..,::::,::::,::,,::: -1
"71: :- t.''. "..1jFitent to Fort Son Lorenzo for ob, three-week courie injune for near Another', student now at JWT:C
th d yy of a city wide 'bus Strike
deners ',walked 'to." wore tor ,' tue er
' T' -; '. stiele eroseme,- exerrisesal, 'How to with, an 'interesting background is sia a ee o ', Y I.. ,. .. :::i'a::::,;:,,e."N:1:.::;:......,:..!4'''','.4.c,;;:: !:'.4:...:1:"Z.710,'7,:i::....:':::::; :......
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- .1 f ,: .. termell i slide -for litleoinaeeoi 0. se, fnhe .:,:., ,,e,,,,F -,,,.e, 44'.:;,". !,:, :P4:4:,;1, ..., ;,,...: .... T-,Sgt.JackL. lk t
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0 who ,s eak :,i,,,,,,,.a eee,:,.. .e::::i,i.e::::e;e..:..,,,e.::i:,, ,: -,,::-,:e.,,f ,:.
the need' ,,for chol Mats ,:, P eeene,,,,,e,,:iee, e.:,..,:,,,,,:,,,:,,,,,,,,,..e.,.:,?, ,,,,e ,,.......,,i,,,,,, ...!...,,::,,-, ---I i
...e Cheeres elver- tind bei a re P r,,,1 It -1 .. .. ,. er, Mich .it signed te thee3e35th
Cs,arst,le., -.11; ,,,,of sessemn, today wit
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e Co b t"'Cietie:Traliting'' G e 0 itti But, rea, o n
thetongne Of the country towhieh W..eV,:::5::.:::e Li:, .,E:e,i:i,:,,:e,i,,:,,,,:e..,e:e. ,..:,,,,,,.,ee...... ..:,..,,,.,.
1, in,, : Siglit'ilk'th;'':. eis''''e r'i'''rall'atrilta
Whieh would tie,up traffie through- - a ...,,,,-, ,,,,,,.,'. ciie,:,,,,i:.;eie, e,:e:.,eem,:,:,eii.e,.... ,,.:,,:He,,''., ,;.,,-,,,,,e-,
i e t ',.-., -.' seme,of the ,e,tereiset the :,. group ....' '''",- '' ... ,. ,.. (Survivall';" Stead Air. Force Base
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I', ; t 'J.; enAertook Tuesday,- i. --';''' 'I'osr' Favor' OF Moscow
, -,-, N v P i t hi Nev d issign
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out: Britain seethed to 'have' 'eased tk...,e1'.,ar,e,,,458,i,gne, EL --, -; : -,,: :....
. shghtly Union -leaders seemed re- ', ':::,ee::,::.
' ij'' t ','Nevigsfion woe, the nrder' the ,' ment,' thef.sergeant was,: assigned th 1 te e tions'', -,the ,' advisability'', o :-.inete' i0:-,:,:,:"')..:,,,e',' :,::::::-":,;',:.e..,:e.,4'.' kk: .,,,:',4,ee&ee.,,.......;e:
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- I e A 4. luctant to take-. e fina a P :,0 ,,:e.i:,:e:e,7,-,,,,,,,,..e:e:::-.'::'e:ete : .
- ; .., e es WeOtteadeV with the 'students - ,,,,: , ' - :. .- to the'Arctie AeroMedital Labor- -- ,, ., , ,,,- ,, ,..,n taming' a language-school in a vil- : -,:,:iee;,;,,,:,,i:,,.,,i: .e,e,:,,..,,e,,:,- ,,-,-,:,,,,,e:'..e,.,'::',-,,,, '.:i;:'...;:,.;,:'!:,;ioe,.lee;,i;.:-,,.,,, ..e .,,
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gaffing a wancout. ',; ', .., ', ., i it
, .4. etivided nto three-ince navieetien MOSCOW--,(UP) ',.' Since the atory;;Ladd Air Force. Base, Alas- .,,,,,,,:, ,,-e--e::,,,,::.,::::-:,,,,,: e:,::i.,e:,:::.'e,:':i:i:.::&,::::: ::: ,,, .:.,,
i Labor Minister Ian MacLeod was tit on ,the Riviera lit Nice', France, !i:e,,i.,:e:,0,. e,i!,,.,,: '...',.,,;,eie::.,,:,:,e,'::e ..im,i,'iwm.,,-0,m,.:e-:::,g,,,,,.,e:ii:..:e.::,,,:.i...i, e.., ,,,. ::::::::,,,,i.,,.., .. :.,.,:..,::,:,,...... e.
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r7' Soviet, pylon eexpelled J Howard ka;'' 1 titl t; eliete-,,,1 ,., ,, seeking a comeromise ,on. the rail I a
o tr in. 25 diplomntie studenta at ',...:,i,,,,,,,,,....i.?,:,,,,, ,,,e.,:, ,,,t,,,,,,,,:t.:,,,,,..,,,:,..,,,,,,,::,,e ...:-,$..,,..e::e::::e,...,i:,.e.,,,,,:,,,,,,:::,,,,::::,,,e,ee.,,.,,,..,...,:.,..e.....::::,.: : e.'",,:,..,e,e,-,,,,.:.. .:;.,..ee, ,,,:,.:..,,,,,m:;',i:::. I
- e : , :. ,n ., , , .., ; ,, , Fastrom-itit roster of acceptable' ., '-.The lr Feifee,,merinee erla At. ..... .1! e2 ell ...r see ,ee:,,e!,e,-,,:imi.:, e:,:,:, ....e::::,:..:e-.',e;.e....,e,,,,,ee...,,.e.,:,.:,:.:i,e..ei,.:i.:,i,:.::,,::e:'.?,.:e,:,,,,e,e,e,,,:.,e:.:e.:,,::::::,::,,:,-,::,.::,,,..:::,e.:,,,,,,,,,,,,e.,,,',..::.:,-e..,,,::,;,., ,,:,.,,e,,,;,e e:,,..:.:,e.i,,.,,,,,:.,,,,,1 :
unions' wage demands' dering week an. av?r.,age 'eu''',r '''-,,, "!,,r',i- ,.. ::. ,::'-:::::;:i::,i,A::::.: :::4,:e:. ::ZHiU.:igegIii5;eiq;:',eeinie:i",e:':':::::':,!,,:g:'::':ei::::;!:;ieg:e:li,e :g:::2' .g::;:Vgi:ii,! .ii,
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a u e sotres. are; no longer 'stocking ills ereun of: offieere-;.to7te!inetheir fli.1,..meatings with his staff. :,e',,, .,t et; ,,. ,. ... : ',,-, ',,,I ..,.;:e,,;:',,,',4,..,,,i, .,,..s:,e..,',eie.,,:e:,,,,::.:,:ig,,,:i,..,:e,,,,,,e,,,v,i::e:::ei,,,:e.,::::,:,:,:m:i,,,,f ,:V:,.,i,ee',,,:,,:-:::e::::e,i:::,m::::, ,:,i:,::', :::,, :,,,e:ii,ii,eiee:,1' -,.
,ereie ,,,,,,,the The J., committee slashed ,,,-4,000,,- ,::::e..,kie,,&,e..., ,., .e,'5I,::e'i,,:,e,,i:.:,,,e:::::,,ee,,,,.:,,,.,,::.:::e:,.,::::::::,,,,,,,, .., ::,:::,,,..,,::--,:,,,,,e,.,.,,,,:,,-.,,:,,,,,,::. :,,:,,,::::. ..,,..,.:. :.,..,,...,,,,,,,,:,,,,,,1 e
budgeted. for Sat ete :1,y:q,i;a::' 44::::::!k :.i:V.,-,:::,'4!Prli.V:,:,E;::ia: '!!1!i,!a::;q':',''':':''i':;':.'::::P'.;i:'';'-:::.,'1;:1:igi;e :tii, ,,:,; :,,, ;.a,,,ARMS! '4',
evorks.- .... ,. ; ,, , treming at JWTC in: early .'June. 1,,' MacLeod. --falied !to
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,, State-owned Railroad, Commission 000 from fueds
', one of Fast s many nove's issued The .193 ,NCD s now at ,rovTc eiodiethyestethrrhdeaeyr,'2iir:ttalirdw'iullnhi:nasveant'saY Depi.rt$ment -salarie,s,-and ',,eXpen .::-1.,!:-:,,,;ge,ee:: ,,..ee.:i-',-:::::i.v.m::';:,eitneK :'.:e.::e:,.,::!:!ii'',e'.:e,,-.:,?!":,,::::::'-;,:':ei.-:il.::in 1:A:.:: :- 'ie.::.,:',;'.:e',.:,.,i.e'ei:k: ,-
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. .. .. --'1 ,.. er A n ,.:, 1,71, ,,,,), ., Russiap language- copy, of , i : o., closer toget era a ee- our se srepaciu'etitio dnidahTatidl,uhgageasteaohrTe,i,;thn 15. 7......,;.;,;::.;:i:,:;.;1.,1.f..;.i.!...!1:.;.:i:!,:.!'.:.,:.,:.il:i.;:,.,... ::.!...:'.!!..1:-.i.:::i':.,:. "''''...e,,-.:.::!:i:ii.,:i,,,,::::!:::''',:.:'.,,,5::::::1:-.'-.: ,.::::q':,i1!-::::i'',.;:;'''''''-':'It.,,':.':....!!!1:'',!::.'.i:.i:::':1:i-::!:.':!:1::;:':.:''.!!:!!'n''':;'1:1!1:':'::''i:':11;:.:.':'lle.:N:!::':.'....:1 t',.'s:1:::!:t.',1:i-i''',,i1111':: i i
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, here in ,. the past can' now ,, be represent ,the firat group to attend second., chance Tuesday- when the
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- ' f it-q.- l' A',''' .; . : ,. '.'; .' found 'only in( second-hand shops. e seeciel '' three-week, ',nurse -; in pent talks win resume,-,, :- .-, emergency. ConfereneeS ae, other .;i,i:,i,4:.,:iii,;,:e.,,,,ii.en, 1.,,,,,.,. ::::::,,i;;,,:;:,;,i.:,,. .:,
-- -; e .- -;- '- ..',. ;, -e-... ',-; ..:.:,, AndfronveuewOn new, editions. of lanai orientation at JWT0i,. Still 'The' union leaders, refused ,.,.' to international 'contingenmes wes ,,,,.:,..;,,,,,,e.,,,,e,ee.e.e........,,,,....,..,... ..,,.,:;,..,...,...,.... e,,
t ; s ..N, ,e ' -' t '",,I, hisii. werke: evill,notoebe published another clatter?? NC(a'n ds seheelpi, budge -, en--....their, demand for an einshed, te,'1,500,090,'But' the' nem', e,..,,,,,,,,:,,,,,:,i,-..,....,,,,,,,.,.:e.,e-ees,i:: ::.:,.:.z,,:,,i-,..,,,-,,,..
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. .,:t ... , Nme boYe 'and 14 girls were ip 'lite Soviet Velon,,,,'..,..., ,,, :.,, ed to train ettetWTO 'beginnittgliin immediate t'ParAtiite.,loe,T, 4eo:nooe mittee ,,,,,e0e.e.edea ,coneresss. w0ied r,:,,..,,,:,:.:,,:i.:.:.:,:,,,.....:.,...,,,e.:::.7..:: .::.,.:::::,H:.,,,:,...,
, ', -' born at Gorges'. Hoseital 'during ,- e... ,, ,.--,. ,,: e,- -'',, '',..7 .',. lote June.. tho ..etudenis ere i..,.atr,.' &lumen aedehave, already threat... 'Inive :: tn;PrOVidi more later,":"At .giiff,,..?N';':,Tkee ,,,......:...
, ,.. .; .,! the week ending at midnight Moe,- This :was maae indirectly quite lifted lerom cherleoton Air, Force ened strike ketion utiless, their tie...-'1eVent'' or. 'a,' se,galled suremit COM' tgi;!;iiiaig'.....,....:...if':. 1-t i','
' '. -- day; according to the regular hos'. ''riear ,,,ey, the seething,. rientmeia,. Bask, g.c,' to the 'Canal tone- !":' mends, ire' Met. ;,.. 'L.', ', ?''tererictia,?:,-,'e e-,,,,4; ',, -t" P., A-I 'n 1,1Nrw.,,-,,..,.:7,1,.:.:,-..,
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; cital report. During the same 'pe. tion of the former -- U.: S.-- Com- , -- r 4,i'
. ... riod' 219 patients were admittedl,munist Party member ',. published .,.. . ' -- i 1. : ' '''
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' , and 08, were:discharged.' : ",' several weeks ego -in the I,it.erary
-, f The names arid addressed of the Gazette the nlicial organ o; Sote' s
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. ) a-rents of -.the boY babies follow; jet writers. ,,.--.,.. s- ... ... ,. ,.,. .. ': ., .i .. , ,, a. 1,,., :,',,. ', ;.,, ... : ,. .. -,1 -, .i., .. I .- ,..e,, .".. ,,. , ..., .t e ',,-. e, , :,,e,..-,.,, -,,,.:- ..,...,..,,' ..,,', -.10-tEARS FAITHFUL SERVICE PRAISED. ',Warren -, E....-"!Sekley Braniff '' thaet feur, '' and i
n :.,!,..; ri and Mrs, G., ,I, Louis,' of' Pii,,. ,' s:,
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''.,,H'te, .44' le, e --e'fne'',.,:'-.,', 1,'' .,4., ', :;,.., ..... WASHIMGX051. k,:' '(1,11)),,,,,,,e The 'i'twill''',Upiiet :your,. behavior .. pat- fi 'Me. Ariii' le working 8 (')44siii 4'cl di mPond A
on, the Vincent..18rown,, Chief .F,erter, at -Tocumen Air port,'were holtoreil 'oit Iii lett f coin lete '
1 .- line ;,CitFl '',, IA4 and Mr4- C.''. R. "- The'': eientintiation,...s. whic,b," 'I. iiiv- paeyelet workm le' Is'a:.'s eve,eneee ternee ,, .., :.- s., ,.,. n.,,,:,,..,,,-. e, NikeZeue atid 'Pieta antiittissileS.' ing Aeri- years, of -service ',for, 'Braniff Aietvays'. end received the komPanY s go 7en a
: ', '' nabgood, of Ferfan; Mr. -and MI'S.' ered more than 4,full page Of the- ,
.'''' A. Chow,- of Panama City; Mr. and fourpage ': newspaper,',was one iff teal weaPort which,' it' hoPes win "Vim 'swill be' acting tery'irra- The :Nike-Zeus is longer,: vaege. pin.. Photos ,were taken ;tii,..eofmemorate' the,' tie casion and' the, above. shows, lefei to- eight. Cdie ,,..
.,. render enmity troops powerlest by tionelly' and' the thee people whe ', : The :, Plato,;.ould. be', uSed by milo ,, Fabrega,, Sales Manager; Salley, .Rohert. C.' Hatkh, -Maneger ; ',Brown. ,an. ii. 1.. iltV,,,eNiebling,)
. ...... .. Mrs.', C., A, Arevalo, od Panama the bitterest ever levelled 'Against making :them ',act lerationallY,e it have been' subJected will not klurV trittple' In the'Jiell ,, ,ae' e, .!' Statien Manager,,A,dvt '. ;. ., ..., ., .., ..e. .,. .,......,. :: n e .. : ....,..,..,.....,,. ,n. .,.. ...: ... ,. ,,,, ..., ,.
. City; ,, Mr. and Mrs.,, E.. :Silva ,,, of a ,forbignee in- the history .of the was
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: -: : Rousseau; ,, Mr.- and Mrs. '..l Altan Soviet Uniop. '., .' ',,' ' disclosed, yesterday. e' .. re it,' either," 'he- 'said.' A"EverybodY l':' e'''',-' 7.- '''..': '';',. ."-: ,, '..,! .' ,ie. .. '- ''''' ,,,' ''' .-' ,r:',:''.', ''..',, : '' '. -, ,-,,, :'.77 .,'y ...;ii ,.. ,: '' ,... .'iP,;: ':''''':-' --,-,..,,', :.;.. l'!
.....' '" .r, Testimony .made public by, 3 Will be on "the liandwagen,"";. ,e, e 0. .,.'-, ','.-1, i''. "'.e.-:::' '.- .-,''. ',";-, 7,1. ..,',,.. - ., 1 ,' .,,, .- :, ., .. ..,. ... ... .-...:. ,
,; : traiden, of Ancon; Sten., end ,Mrs. -,eit -called e Fast a : sWindler an ,, ..
House Appropriatiohs .subeommit. ;; Citing ,:other,,-; fieldS:,,,,the .: Arley ., ',:., e, ,,' -:. .; e .. e. ... -
- ". '', ',..:...11.., Roeireueen, 00 ',Fort tJeeton; opportunist,,2 sevage ,and a de- tee also revealed' the 'Army, wants ivould like i' tO get :irktffen he. 'said,' 9 1..- .,,.!
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sert, 'and &ceased him, of being to, develop a chemical that wade "if' w 'eould eome rp wi, th'eomit, '&"''' .',7'' " 4'-'-'4 -''-' t ,... -,..- ..t V'e 1,--- '.1 '. :- - !,. ,. ., 1,,... ,-
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1 '. . W. I.' Shamburger, 'of Cecile -,,e:',' his feeliegebehiedi pla,tonic,p. h. eas. tause itempeeeey blindoessanitnti Ailing ,)that, eproduces ',7,temlieTari; I. t''''')
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". .Grils babies '.were born : to': the'.es ofibrotherhood. i.,-e e. .4.t.,'.i,,, ;., dki,islairm'eetemAr-iioldiers imilthoue blindness,. this would he- the' id'tal V ; .7 i ..r: ,....: '':::..' ij. ''..1 '.'! ' ,' i
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, : :::. following: A2e,- and Mrs., N.' L. ,- . -,,. , .. se; ng, hew,. e..,"...,..,,,, ,..: ',.,. ,,.,:- ,' 'type of- thing where.' !inane woule , C ,, C Ill 1 VI i 1
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. ',..:' : itiandley,'. of PaaaMil 'City: ..--, Capt. nhock to :' ,ItIej. '-r-Gen. 7 William,:
"" This attack, came as .4, ,e7HThe testimony, : coverbigy rtey ,. 0 0' j 0 1'1 ;.',-;.,..P,.....-.'
- 14, and Mrs;', It.'''. R.' Jeseeh, --of' Fort 'Soviet eitizene.. For if Over a liv- thief 'Army. Chemical offjcer-, tett, ,
, Clayton, Me. and Mrs. 'J.', .1,'51,ye int' foreign writer .' had.' beeome t,faed that ,-the Army's '"psYche. ntieiey:reouests or t e year s at, , , ;,,,, ,, ,,.,, , ,,, ., ,........ -, ...,.. :. f ..., -: , ,,, ,, ,,,,......,, ,i....:.. ....:!.. ., ,.,.... ... ,., ; 1 ..
I Jul 1, elate, shored that re, '."" '''-'' '-ik,'''', ,---. i.- .. ,
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, : of Locena; ',Mr,- and Mrs; E, ,A., a Commonplace, in Russian. home ehemical' ,' warfare la
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, ;,. -. Morales, -' of Panama .' CitY; .,',' Mr iihraries it war, ; Howard ,,,, Fast, "itiuch too small now.''''' But he .8,e,are ,e 11....' misaihintha ,,eoss,n- -,, : ,, '.,' -eit'ri-me,,',,,er,'k' .2-.'e.' ',.ii.,---'-'-- ..- -.......:,:........:::., '' ... ,.
, ,, - and Mrs.- li. E. Niskanen, of Cu-' Most; of his major works 7,- were gaid it involved chemitali(!'whiela' illa ow- "I"
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- ' runduv, Mr. and' Mrs., A. Gonzalez translated and issued here in big ' ', -- : : ;Bile- 'biller :n-,-Pre Ye-I,. , -.,.,;,, .,.... ,,,,. .-,,,,4-,, e. ; .: I, ,- . ;
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, : ,ef,, Gamboa; Mr..,, and "Mrs.', -C., A. ;i149,i; CPEILL' '''' P ,. ,:! ,' t.. .1; ,..., "1 .. ,. r.., .. : i
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