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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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WASHINGTON, May 10 t1119.-,The Stale Department said no comment today to a
Mort that the Panamanian foreign office had formally requested negotiations between
,the United States and Panama aimed at alio wing the Panamanian flag to fly side.by side
ulth the U.S. flag over the Canal Zone and on ships going through the Canal.
It had been reported that the request had been made to the State Department In
Washingtim. Diplomatic sources denied that such a request had been made. .! 1
Talk about flying the Panamanian flag over the Canal Zone cropped u$ this week
after Panamanian students. In an action the y termed "Operation Sovereignty, placed 501 1
Panamanian flags at different spots in the Canal Zone last weekend. '
, Earlier this week, former Panamanian president and now ambassador to the White
Rouse, Ricardo 51. Arias, said he had receiv ed no. Instructions ROM his government to
bring the matter to the State Department. 4 , , ,

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ith

Mischief may be a costly ilecrea,
,tion on the Canal Zone, .,refer.
cute to its Code of Laws has re reIvealed.
Ivealed. reIvealed.
Following Thursday's report of a
new measure passed by .the U.S.
, Senate and House to give added
protection to Canal Zone radio
communications, TV broadcasting,
and ,electrical systems, research
was made on current penalties for
those who "wilfully or malicious
ty, destroy or damage certain
types of,preperty on the Canal
Zone. , -1,

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i SAN rRANISCO (17P),Billy

es on, which 'most Isthmian
otill xv,s"v' faciliti
Craliam says the young peop e
today "are more familiar with' liyelihood depends --directly or in

1Va";4' M-a.n-sti.e-id'i statistics than
they are withthe pirst, Som.,
,niandment." ,, ,
1 The ,39-year-old evangelist ,lec ,lec1
1 ,lec1 ured on ses ond delinquency
'hursday night before a predom
nantly teen-age audience of 18,100
at the Cow Palace. k
' Iletlihened' America's younger

The now measure; which Pros. Injury to or 'removal, of land
Idont Eisenhower is ,oxpected to survey monuments may also be
sign into law ihortl, raisos in. a pass to the pen.
torforonco with tho ahoy foal' ,And there's one other bit of se
That is a crimo for which one rious mischief that might never
That is a crimon for which ono occur to you: it's altering Or exhi exhiCan
Can exhiCan bo sent to tho ponitontiary biting lights 'to endanger a ,vessel.
But there are already many 4Origin off 's law goes back to
earlier times along the Atlantic
types of malicious mischief which
'coast of Ehr pa and the' thirteen
are felonies on -the Zone.,
, In the future it would seem that colonieS of the United StatesM
about the only destructive pron. was a favorite 'trick then to decoy
kishness you can engage in with. shios onto shoals for the purpose
out being in the shadow of ttle of wrecking them and looting the
pen is to deface traffic signs. That cargo.' vt,
No la enforcement officer 'on
incidentally. is about the most
the Canal can remember a prose prosecommon
common prosecommon kind of mischief on the
, cution, for this tYPe of crime
Zone 1
I
' Acou -can also, if, so minded,
11 Te
scratch up automobiles and throw 11i S
PAAIrm AL- 31 A

au Ani Inlet", VERNE
t, lesting ILentl
scratch up automobiles and throw 11ill l
rocks through the window of a
dwelling without risking !nose than Fir 1!------ T 1
alty ssl es
a term in Balboa' iailf VI
If you're really'bent on big
chief, make for the lockS.',
0"In h orn13'
fniury to or destruction these gov
, i

,
directly M-avi cost You 10 years
in Gamboa Jenitentiaryi Ohs a
;10.000 fine. e
- it Is also a' ponitontiary'offinse,
or folonY, to distroy or damage
wantonly, the Panama Railroad
or any of its tracks; culverts or
bridoes;. likewisi ahlobw O'4
bridge:, or aott'struturfit.,.bijiit,
to conduce- or,storo-svator, 'such

reneration to Samson, "God's de-tas at resorvoir'. ---' ----.' ..."
'invent," described by Graham
s young, handsome and, strong,' ir '' ,,, 7-7-7-------7egai
org-oii-brd
ith "beautiful hairloniet ,than L
his Presley's sideburns. '. 4, Sni
i
RovulAedm:,,e!,nr:Ic.19'hye'fitent
:'But Sanison had problems,
ursatmlie mk e wtha es ysionu,n ganpdeoapalee aoff :hoe,-
ay ," Graham said. "His main ri,
Can Judge
irst problems that led him into t ,, , , ,,
in wa s x.'' 4 , ,, ... 1 ASHEVILLE r il c,...i.uri ,..:1,'Ile
s. L...., .i.t...4. qhgrra' wal I eaSe Wait fnri:m ....

' NEW Y6111C CLIF"3--tlembers el
ihe so-called "shook generation"
re severely shaking the nation's
arcf,est 'city. ,. , 1
1 Their yearlong juvenile delln dellntuency
tuency dellntuency rawna-1 tris reached' a
iDoint wilt': it 1: s 1 't yrown menl
tn the rosition cf. e, : battle
1 kith c' :1 'rea.
, An ai.oy of 8,f,' 1 te a tiled
punks has menaef, I t city with
I limrder, rape, i iiiiii lesser
1 trimesi It has t i',-- I in r:tehel
rang battles, sNiiii mea:" ins rang rang'
' rang' Ing, from fists to sm t-off shut shut,
, shut, :here are no laws to limit their
t cim es and o' wials s,lt rr;
1, ', vo,,itil hy'd., FA--- ,,,I 1,i'
' I c 1 c 'i '1 ''s t)

POINT- 'ARUiLL0', Calif., MaY
10 A huge ne missile tes
ing center,. the ,"Cape Canaver
of the Nest," was officially coin coinmissioned
missioned coinmissioned on the California cosst
todoy; .,f
- 1
The Navy's Installation extend extendring
ring extendring from pt. liflugtf tesy m p
Cooke midway, betwrA ;
leles 'and San Francisc9 ,wa
opened for the first time tb the
Public., The center will fire the
Regulus I, the Rullpup, and 'Spar,.
row missiles, over the Pacific,
The New Pacifle range would
"complement and not replace the
Cape Canaveral testing ,center,','
the Defense Department said, ,,
Rear Adm., Jack P, ,M 0 ur 0 0,
commander of the- Never, Aest
center and director the .P4eitie
test range,, said: ,
"For ballistic missiles; thi Pao
ific ,xange will support. training
operations, 'while Canaveral' will
continut to specialize ,in research
and, development support." ,'T,

lirst proolemo ,w--,,, 7- --,,,
. ASHEVILLE,' N.C, ..i.ur; ,...., T'he center and director ,,of the ,134c1 lc
test range, said: ,
in was see' ti -t ',
He pointed :out' that 'there wls ea.sac., way forum non conveniens.
handled by
thing wrong with sex and said 14 t s Latin.',. : "For ballistic missiles-, thi Pao Paohe
he Paohe Bible "adopts 110, tip-toe hush- Jt should have been
ush attitude" when sex is m!n. Lb e trafikforsakringsforeiningen ific range will support. '', training
operations, ''while Canaveral' will
tionedbut that the great creative Th,at's Swedish. , continut to specialize,in research
tnergy of sex "mnst he dedicate!' ,, -,.' r, '' , , , and deve,lopment support.?) 4,..,,
toGod.',',,, , -,, t:
I -"However, MIX luta, 1, Jetwas hrought by Mendel and
entered,41. lir ""le ,fried, who are Belgian,
inost every phase of life-today," gamst Knud Peterson, who Is
1 The new range includes the Ives
ent Mugu installation and ,ind ad additional
ditional additional 20,000 acrei in the South
ltraham said: Billboards,,maga. Swedish. It added up to legal ern part of Cooke Air Force Base,
Hes, hooks and movies' are sat, smnrgasbo, rd.' i i ',' -, '. near Santa Merit, Calif.. , 'I-.
t ted with sex -,-; to makethem , - ,, t .' .. The, Navy expects to teat its

tines, puo. en ,
I The' Navy expects to -tet
tirated with seX tO maitO ,th I enti ....Z1- rs-1

ttrateu , e ease was filed in Buncombe spectacular" 1500-mile Polaris
laexessful ". -

e n e r a court by the
'sexessuu. , r
n m41,0 Annuli.' g -- ---f -- ---"'"Luc -i -----7--- ., -,-,
in ermediate rocket on thicrange
' ,The evanglist said ,muc
1 ars juvenile delinquency wig rrieds against Peterson,, now t
he result of 'P
0 m within the near futtire, the spokes
arental trouble and resident. here, They asked a total man said,. , -,
uch leisure time ''''', of $50,000 damages. 1 ,, ,' . 4,
, Plrouthful energy plus too much ,' .
' time equals trOuble, he ;The frieds said they wre fn. Re tone Test,ff
spare
ivarned.-"By 1965, one, boy in five jured in an autotnobile collision A
s'A'' T
kAn haw, I 'MECO record PY the with leterson in Sweden in 1956.' rmv ,rainees

Varned-"BY 1965, One, uuy Au Ju&vu Au an auutnnuoue collision A
s Army-Frain'. teS,
Will have a 'police record- py fp:, with leterson Sweden in 1956.'
fge ot 20 at the rate,.
e erson answered that all the
""' Sp t
- AA' a fashion witnesses to ,the accident in , ,
Grabam:, also a.,Att
gi Stie list APProv- Sweden ,and could be brought bo'ro CAPV. rAmitv;17At

".brabam', also addto a L4511-7 flialbsra ,tne accident live in
1te by' enthusiasticilly aPprov- sweden ,and could be brought here CAPE CANAVERAL, Plal (UP)
1(1)t the new-style for women, for a trial, only 'at great 'expense. team of Army Arainees spot spot.71
.71 spot.71 like the sack look,", he said There would .also have ,to be in- ted a malfunction in the RedStone
i'It takes the set out of dress terpreters '.8111Ce the witnesses missile yesterday and had to tall
wifeione." speak Swedish, the.Frieds French oft a graduation test )aunching a
going to buy my
' 1second time.
, s and court English.

: , --42-h.e, Army, said only tha the
,
Furthermore,Ahe matter should trouble which caused the postpone postponehave
have postponehave Iva handled in Sweden by ment was minor, And that it was
t h afikforsakrinzsforeiningpn fniirm

: The ,Army, said only .th
Lion fus
r 1,, Furthermore,Ihe matter should trouble which caused the postpone postpone'.
'. postpone'. I heti.4 la ;

u---- - - n .... -1,, have been handled in Sweden by ment was miner, And that it was
d Kemprh the.. trafikforsakrui gsforeniin gen, found by- soldiers preparing the
Oyerhear
, , ... , .. ,,.. the agency whick handles suph short-range missile for firin; as
.1i NOBILE,' itia (UP) Thomas things over there, Peterson said. a' final exercise,' in their training
t. Eisentrager insi'ated the caged Even' If all this were overcome, here. , ,,
ion at a local used tar lot was Peterson -- argued, ,' an ,american The Redstone was within 14
, lendly., To prove it,' he reached court's decision, wouldn't be bind. minutes of blasting off on iiednes iiednes,,,'
,,,' iiednes,,,' ,ide and tatted the anlipal. ing,, Sweden. ".'":',-,;;,,-, .',,,';' ,,. .,' day, but trouble, apparently, with
t "Then a man walked up ,and r , t - t ' '. a cooling system hose ',fitting,
Warned met 'That lion is leg Judge ,Burgin peeneu -dIsmissed caused postponement of the firing.
Eisptrager said, "I the suit on' grounds it was forum The trouble yesterday' cropped up
inean',Ir
'tuck my arm back In rto show non conveniens, which means about an hour before-the 200-mile
him he was wrone .,. roughly, "the place is ',not con- missile was to be launched. .,-
' Esentrager, a 47-31.ear.o151, Jtin...venient." i , '. The soldiers worked und,!r close

rant cook who claims t6 have
andled wild animals in South
merica, told of the incident at t
'ohne County Ilospitst, whete he
s being treated for a broken arm 1
Uwt di,. 11 ei

BALBOA TIDES ,-

'-m-e-r-ic-a, told of the incident at ..t -; ,.
'ohne County Hospital, whete he ', ',MONDAY,. MAY 12
a being treated for a broken arm High , ,, ', Low'
ond deep gashes inflicted ,by the 11:14 str.m., 7 ', 4t46 am.
lion. f' Illitat11:46 p.m. --,' 5;26 p.m.

Liven' e Deltnquen

outlawed to accomplish this, ,thrl three-fourths of the city's chi
the young hoodlums resort to' dren who steal, kill and commit
these as weapons when, they run other crimes. Officials, say fewer
out of guns knives, chains and than one per cent of the city's
garrison belts. ', families produce 15 per .cent
The targets of these tuffians of the delinquents.' t
include one another, innocent by- But at the same time,. word
standers, the aged, eripplis, has gone out to .the city's 24,000.
teachers and even police,, member police force to gct tough
Now that spring is here, the with; the toughs. Child psychology
police tdepartment frankly is eon- will have to be abandoned, when
cerned about what- may be In necessary, the 'police were told
store for the city's eight million and force will be met with three
resPonts and the thousands of Polini Fight 'Law of Jornia'
t expected to rour t',,e "It's yottr job to see to it tha
kt.v this sumrn tile law of the llinele not Ilfr
Youth orvIniriti,,ni an,1 mitted to gain asremilneV here,'
-ttl,prs are ste? nr4 I 1' ,rgr ()Fee on P
r I) k 1 a L ', 1 t tore
, t' - t r

caused postponement of the firink.
The trouble yesterday' cropped up
about an hour before 'the 200-mile
missile'was to be launched.
The soldiers worked und,!r close
supervision of trained missile ex experts,
perts, experts, but carried out the- se sequence
quence sequence of preparations' on their
own, Once the graduation launch launching
ing launching has been completed, the field
unit will be assigned to smother
base.

other crimes. Officials, say fewer
than one per cent of the city's
families produce 15 per 'cent
of the delinquents.' t
But at' the same time,, word
has gone out to .the city's 24,000-
member police force to gct tough
with; the toughs. Child psychology
will have to be abandoned, where
necessary, the 'police were told,
and force will be met with frce.
Po Hai Fight 'Law of Jornia'
"It's your job to see to it that
tile law of the jlinPle i4 not Per Permitted
mitted Permitted to gain asrenfl Inev bere,
(dice Conin11- "c en P.
' oo4,tly 1,.' 1 a 1 t force
t 1

Rotating dome bghts have bein Sev
ordered tor, Canal Z011. pollee the I

, They will be niounted )nn the iL
tops of police vehicles- and can ti
cast a flashing red light, for 360 p
degrees, or all around the 'horizon, e
The rotating lights' have been
adopted as a progressive safety
moye for the protection of both po police
lice police and the public, Police Chief
B. A. parden, said yesterday.
' The lights have been adopted bY
police in 'Certain largercities of
the United.States, but ate by -no
means -universal there as Yet.
, They work liko Whon a
patrol officer or a traffic officer
has to stop his vehicle to invos.
Naafi, 'an accident, or for-t any
reason that croatos a hazard to
oncoming traffic, ho can at his
'discrotion put on tho rotating
rod blinker.,
The, attention-getting volver of
this signal is,so high that itgives
the public a far more adequate
warning thanit now mossihle that
some unnatural, condition lies a
head. ,
The rotating blinkers -,wa also
be,iused by ears making emergengtv-rtins.
such 11$ escorting an am ambulance
bulance ambulance or delivering eriticallvin eriticallvinjured
jured eriticallvinjured or sick nersons to a hospital.
Porchaso of the new lights
keeping with the Canal Zone', rio riot
t riot lice stf 'providing greater tvotoc
tion for both policemen and the
; general public.
,
was recalled that the recent
nurchise of motorovelo s,getv het
mets was a 'novo in thie Orreetin.,
' The new lighte.will be Control Controlled
led Controlled from the instrument panel and
will replace a blinking red light
' now nsed in the sirens on some
" police cars. The ,shen lights are
, visible for only 180 degrees. ,',
Originally it had been thought
the lights would cost about $30 to
640 each, but the price had risen
to $65 by the time it was firmed.
Installation aro st,44,1
A roquirod will bring tho cost to a
bout $100 par car- ,-
' There rhave been several cases
'A, of injuries to Z o'n e policemen
rt while investigating accjdents; and
h the chain-otevents in which one
accident follaws another is welt
s known, both on the Zone and else else!.
!. else!. where.

Did.Tmlillo-rs
Sq'u.nd'ti US Grifn
Funds On tutu's!

,
, HOLLYWOOD,,,Mity 10
Lt., Gen.. Rafael Trujillo Jr., son
of the dictator of the Dominican 1
Republic, today deelined to coin.
ment on reports that he present presented
ed presented two expensive 'foreign cars to
glamorous, movie queens. 1
Mut the fun-loving 29..year.old
air force general did not, rule out
that ,he might have something to
say about Ale -cars later. in 6 the
His aide, Gilberto Itublrosa, Said
the general was not feeling well af after
ter after a minor' sinus operation. 1.
Trujillo , assertedly purchased
ears worth more Ulan $12,000 and
gave them to the 'actresses. He
bat been in Hollywood s e e
March and has been seen escort escorting
ing escorting a, number of actresses, in ineluding
eluding ineluding Zsa Zsa Gabor and KiM
NolfaL ".
The subject of
spending first tame to' the fore
last March when it was charg.
ed in' the U.S. Senate that he had
squandered more than a million
'dollars in a year's time in this
tountry. 1
The, charge vias made in connec connection
tion connection with the $1,300,000 grant the
' U.S. recently gave the Dominican
Republic. '

,

The current wave of juvenile
terrorism elf, up PI st'am last
r t, t

Several people who hsve seenl
the lights in use in parts of the'
metropolitan area of New Ysork
said today they are highly effee
tive in putting both drivtrs and
pedestrians ,on notice that somi
emergency has arisen.. ,

The cayuco crewed by Explorrs
R. McGuaghey, J. Peterson, W.
Fussellman t and .11, Ebdon of
Cristobal ShiP 9 was still the front
runner in the annual race through
the Canal at the end ot 'yester 'yesterday's,
day's, 'yesterday's, stage,,
, 'Their, time for the 22 miles pad paddling
dling paddling from Gatun locks to Gam Gamboa
boa Gamboa was four- hourt.' 18- minutes.
Friday their one hour four min minutes
utes minutes for the six miles from Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal yacht club to Gatun locks
had put ,them ahead of the 28-cayuco
field in- what is believed to
have been record time,

Today the final Gamboa-Bal.,'
boa yacht club los of t' e con,
'test will be recefi., Thel,', winner
'It expected to rsach tho Balboa'
yacht club sometime between 2
, p.m and 3 p.m.
r Second to Gamboa yesterday,
four minutes behind the Cristobal
crew, was Boat 4 from Balboa
Post 3. Ten minutes later CAMO
Boat' 2 from Gatun Post 12, and
seven minutes 'after them ship to
frorg Gambna...
The ,Gamboa crewHenry Lai;
ender, .R. Rogers, .A. Smith and
1 Idol is unofficially. estiinat.
ed to be' second in ,qhe overall
standings ,before the beginning of
today's final.
, Other placings are not def;nite

"-,''Gatun Lake was smooth, 'arid
hospitable for y-storelay's sic..
! tion of the race, and no swsmP-,
ings ware reported. , d,
However three cayucos o
Post 3, Balboa, and one from,Post
7; Curundu, withdrew drom the
race before reaching Combo a.
Weariness is believed to be the
reason.
, The course wati patrolled yester,
(lay by Panama Canal launch,
an Air Porce Thoat and ,a S e a
Scout ship from Gamboa.

Polish Priest Jade
gal

,
fli,Distqrbonce'.,,
Sriice

s

.
't WARSAW, 'May-10' (12)-rRoman
Catholic priest and 0 two
other persons have beeh arrested
and charged with ,instigating 'an
attack on members of the 'Polish
National CatholiC,ChUrch, the
newspaper Zycie Warazawy said
today. 4, ,
, The newspaper said Ira that
Hernacki vicar of the town ,, rif
Olkusz, near Krakow,. was arrest arrested
ed arrested after a mob of, about 2,000 Rom
an Catholic 'Poles broke up ', an
outdoor religious service by,the
National Catholics last Sunday.
, The trial of another Roman Ca Catholic
tholic Catholic priest meanwhile went into
its second day. He and s e v'e n
other persons 'pleaded innocent
yesterday to charges to Inciting a
riot at the-funeral of a' Commu Communist
nist Communist town council chairman in Zu Zuromin
romin Zuromin Feb.

i

police ,-women assigned to put passed.' vilth nightly major ,ju-.
out brush fires -of violence whet.. venile crimes by -members of the
ever they' occur.' city's 500 street gangs and the
Kennedy- said May is' the peak lone-wolf offenders.
month for crimes committed by Among the crimes was the knife..
children under 16,, The peak for slaying of Michael Farmer, a 15.
those between 16 and 20 is Au. year-old polio cripple, whe was
gust, be said, More than 1,000 attacked by a gang in a park,
16,year-olds' were arrested during The slayers recently were con conthe
the conthe firgt three months of 1958, he victed, two of second degree mur
said, and nearly 900 17-year.olds der and two of second degres
were seized. manslaughter. '
' A total of 25,000 juveniles were
arrested here last year, he said, Their conviction', was ,followec
for a 142 per cent increase over by the sawed-off shotgun slayinl

venile crimes by -members of the
city's 500 street, gangs and the
lone-wolf offenders.
Among the crimes was the knife knifeslaying
slaying knifeslaying of Michael Farmer, a 15-
year-old polio cripple, who was
attacked by a gang in a park.
The slayers recently were con convicted,
victed, convicted, two of second degree mur murder
der murder and two of second degree
manslaughter. '
Their conviction', was ,followed
bv the sawed-off shotgun slaying
ot a teen.gang leader who tesli.
tied at the trial. He Was shot by
a rival gang leader. --
There were other crimes
anntmcr t:--

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,;WASHINGTON,'May,10 (UP),:-. The Panam Canal Society of Washington cp cpprovida
provida cpprovida resolution today which urged the IJOited ,States Congress to reaffirm
existing United States,treaty' rights of jurisdiction and 'control of the Pancsm Ccn:1
and PanaMil Canal Zone., F.4",

, .. , . ,
, : The: resolution also opposed any relinquishment of 'United States' rights to cly
. , .
other 'government or aCthority. lt was intended- to counteract Communist agitation
,
for internationalization of thel P9110M6 ,Canal aid agitation in Panam,for drastic' re
. 4
vision of the United States s present 'treaty' rig s. .. ,,, ,, ,,, ,, ! ,,
,
The resolution said that the'society respectfully''urges upon Congress the wii.
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dam and grave importanceif adeliting House copcurrent, resolution 205 'as early'cs
' 'be ossible s '' if' ' ib
.
' Resolution 205 for the above purposet was' introauced 1)1 ep. Danic i Floo3
,
(D-Flo) and is pedding' before'the House Merchant Marine an Fisheries committee,
' -- ' I I v ,, N', -, r, , ,
' Tbe',Panama Canal 1Society; of "sand the procurement of n ew the volume of business done by',
Washington Wan organization of owing locornotived. i. ", : J the commissaries.",
former' officials and empleyes of tRoderick did not comment 'on Roderick said that treaty iro:
the Panama Canal, and about 200 ttirrent United States, Panama. vision for extension of the Civil
metbers were present' when the ni if political problems ,''.' related Service retirement s y s,t e m to
resolution wet adopted," Ikle nay 08 Panama Canal, but he made non.citizen' employes of the 'cont.
voteuwere heard when 'a voice antextensive analysis concerning pany and the Canal one govern.,
,vote was taken., ,,,-., ,'.-, .. the 1955' treaty 'and the accompa. ment' will 'increase' costs to the
' t The 'Society elected the follow- nying ."Memorandum :, of under company by $600,000 annually. ..
Ing ,olficers for Year 1959.59: standings" which was signed, with Other employment costs will
President ,,,.. Stephen Latchfotd, thar.treati;.;,, ,, ,'' , ... ,', rhisoespitbaY1,,,ahbootvult.,,$,100:0,,00,, I a:: uallyv
who' watt in the engibeering and :,' '''' ''. ' -' ' as- result of.' wage provisions in
tiah.s'allathx..--: luaandderanthdelmtrePar;vermenehrztss'en5;e': r :51''
,, f10,000,00ft
sanitation departments of the Pa. ,' He said that several provisions the Treaty., ,
nama Canal trom 1905 to 1911, dm of tho treaty conferred .substen.. ...tilateessawiadstoliraitgintraellayty transfer "of
.123,000,00o..
estimated
atitter, loud e,13,aand, otivbailitlinionciaplanb:mneaTtactoashtth
advisor on Penile' et the ,letleraa;oxr 6 41 dr'', b"-terblinit faciLtits to radama
.nmlagetentpch5e:w' lits)gnasoltnrils:tahttfietntt,
''''','' VSeiceer-etPrry4!ItrlerentaTutrreir,k"
MsTaraelln;c;-; 'frembePanneYfitsvihtoill4Ptah.nima will be Perties worth
but may, Be
L.,ctotrat , ,,,,,, ; 4 ,,, ,,, borne' by- 'the government '., of ', :iCost of replacement by United
iete.4helorsmeAa,,nh 1. edtheeceilfiltelvmeancter, !ult. thsett4n,,lts ,d,,i,,Sta,t,,,so.:::,..,., ,', ,., i at
reduced
:' Other,;L executive committeemen 'tante? principal lone provision ipr use of housing and other struc
--Thomog 'Lyons tobli ..1' 0 a 1 y havipg a Airect, financial impact c
...tires at deactivated Navy and Ai;
Duch, 8titehell.' ,,,Roudabush,, and on the company was the withdraw. 14 orce bases OR the Atlantic- id
Rooter S. 'Erdmen. '.. ,,, al of tornmissary privileges from r
o the Isthmus., t ,, ,, ,, !,
I The ''boeve,ers,, state .was hitend, employes residing in Panama. oth- The treaty provided tfor 1 e' it
0 teneciallv to rPcogmivo trirSon, er than United ., States citizens," t
esarun Titan of a bridge across th;
olitfrot pottiz assof!intesti 'ph Fano. ha, aald',,f,,, ,;, ..,' ' ' co,:. ;t Panama, at estimated
MR Cant.' tonatruction and ,,'Ef.. ,, "This prov' ision '.: trantferred "This'llbh?tit $23.000.000. ,.
Oinistration ,,,, , ';'..,'1 ',.-.'"' Some 8000 customers from the fine' NTA,41).,Idfe '91 provide thn

Assistant pacritaror of tha
my Goorg&14.' Roderick tit a
, traffic-through the Panama Ca Ca,
, Ca, nal now taxes capacity and that
lissmofiatio Improvomonts in tho
chst I and locks aro nocassary
to take cars of the incraasi
ticipato4 In tho noir future-
, Roderick is also chairman of
the board- Of the Panama- Canal
,Comnany.' In orepared text of
his address. to the society Roder Roderick
ick Roderick ssid that transits throush the
Canal have' increnssd from 1108 in
1915 to 10149 in 19,57. and transists
have eveoleded'9900 in each year
since 1951. '

pitug to -death of a policeman's1
son when he tried, to break up a,
gang battle, the. shooting.of a po.,
Beeman in the leg by a sniper,
the fatal stabbing of a teen.ager
as, he joked on e. Bronx street
corner'-with a friend, and 'an at.
tack on a, frail oict man in, a
park. t ,.

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; There were ganT battlescalled
"rumbles", by ,,,members 1111
which youths, beat' ,' One another I
with; garrison belts .and chains
and used rarmrs, knives, pistols,
shotguns and zip guns'. ,
The start of school last Sep
tzrabrr bre-, t end' te tte

,
owing lecornotivoi., the tommissaries."',
'Roderick did not comment 'on Roderick said that treaty pro.
t4rretit United States PinaMa- vision for extension of the Civil
rmiseentbwis, Ilabinocurteass4e00' c,0000sts atnonuatIlllye
nian political problems ,' related Service retirement s y s,t e m to
04 Panama Canal, but he made non.citizen employes of the 'cont.
company by S600,000 annually.
antextensive analysis concerning pany and the Canal one govern.,
nthyt gl9S45,mtreemaotyra'annddlimtheotaccuonmdpear.
thstaant,d1nregast;.7,hich yigned with Other employment costs will
, , , as, result of wage provisions
amid thAt I vsratitelame the TrPato Irt

Ho said that sovoral provisions
of this treaty conferred ,substatt
fiat financial benefits an tha Ro Ropublit
publit Ropublit Panama .at the as-
ponso tit Tana 'n
tomPallY, whilastho cost of tit,-
banafits to Panama will bo
barna' by- 'thik govornmont of
the Unitod,Statos.
'
,"The? principal lOne provision
having a direct, financial impact
on the company was the withdraw withdrawal
al withdrawal of tothmissary privileges from
employes residing in Panama. oth other
er other than United States citizens,"
he Said. ,
, "This provision trarnforrad
Some 8000 customors from the
commissarias to tho 'merchants
of Panama with a resulting loss
of about 812,000,000 a yoar

He said that treat fransfer "of ,
at financial benefits an the Ito- land and improvemeYt
the treaty conferred' ,substait.'
'me et 'the Panama...Cr' n'n wt., botHerhtinal facilitit to padatual ,''',.
Iwo 0 panama at the ex., hospital, ,-hotel.',, r '' '11 s' 51."e':uldr
tures at deactivated N
bases on th
r benefits to Panama will be Perties worth .$23,od'o2oso"t(:1 r-5'.
mono, by, ,th government of ', 'Cost of rbeuptlacem t 1 1
meetly, while,,the cost of nth,-
' S,1atea was origin Ilen bY Un"ed
'11:Th!'ljeln'ipte' ridn:iptaa't'll7Z.'O'n''ei.: ';',,'' rOvi l's. l'on tlY(l'u"seUt4of housingrnaeinYdel5osettihin'eratsetdruact..
ving a Airect, financial impact
the company was the withdraw. avy and Air
of torlimissary privileges from of 'the Isthmus., Ati ''
e t antic' side ,
iployes residing in Panama. oth. The treaty provid d '' '' : n 1'
' than United States citizens," 8tru'tion of a b e '16r et' --
Said. ,- , canal at p ridge across the ''
''' '-'' 7,-, ' co.t of banama, at estimated
A out $23 000.000
, "This provision ', trantferred ., "Thi
s bridge '
will provide 'the"
mine 8000 customers from the final North A
mmmissaries to the 'merchants Panamerica Tierican',Iink- in the
4 Panamt with a resulting less mately win!' IgbwaY which WU;
af about 02,090,000 a year In St t t
, a es 0 run from 'the Unit cf
South Americ H' e
, ,,,, .' , rick stated a, Rode,
into Comp:ms l!ovt 'il "Although tho
bridge"wiii ile-,1
,,' I:it bgetbpsaicdentifyentYlt- tb. cls$ : ''
p.ra nig 1 oss
1 pally w
States government
ill d United ,,'
, and the cans
, :.,,,, ,, f ', ' '''' through elimeirniav:ialeme benefit '''
v
lays. IIPnry Ford '
. ,, ..c t. '-
of eporatian of thne ff th s
erry...nam ..
, id for, our d t
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. is ingoishad friend
DETROIT IN)) ..... Ford Motor (warner That;herend the cgs.' '
',0 President Henry Ford II said Laintinuance al the operation al
a Miraflores, Bridge.',( ,,:,'
'esterday that United Auto Work. Roderick said that 1955 treaty
fa' demands would raise new car ,i
nncreasedtthe annuity'paid to Paw
sites by more than, $300 ,and
rive auto companies out of busi ain't by $1,500,000,, but under ex.,, .,
less,. ..,' -, .'' ,, Is, Tg arrangement this increase...
..,:., ,.,,, ,,,. : ,, ,,,,, : .1 ;1 be paid by the United States
Ford., madithe statements In creamy and not by the Panama '
i 'letter to ,Sen. ,i Estes Ketauver anal Company. , ,',,,., ,' ,
, Roderick said that he would not
D,Tennt chairman of the Senate
mbcommittee on' antitrust, tnd discuss the ellett of the treaty
and' Canal Improvements on wfu,.','
nonoply. The letter was an answ.
t to Kefauver about a car price turetollsi but- added, :"this is an
nitting ,plan by Sen. Paul ,,, extremely complicated, subject' '' .'
Douglat (IMO& '' t i '14",, that cannot be icovered in Ulu
,,, ,, ,, ,, ,, , .2 : time availablei but I can' assure',
Ford said Douglas' plan would you that the board of directors is
Increase losses already being suf. giving it very care:id attention41.,
red by t"most of the automobile Rep. Clerk W., Thompson of Ten.
tOMpardes." .1 , - SS delivered a -eulogy of Gen.
,, , , ,,, ', '-, Jaines Gordon Steese, engineer of
,. Douglas' proposed that the fed. maintenance at the Panama Canal
erat excise lax on cars ,be .cut 1
dur ng World War,H, and propon. f
trom ,10 per cent to 212 Oer tent. ent 09 the so,called terminal lake.
that automakers treduce their third. locks plan for Canal expan
pricei by 6 per cent, and', that Mon. Steese died in French Enna.
the, UAW make unspecifild labor torial Africa Jan. 11, 1958..
concessions. This would cut -the Thompson said that he ea one
mice of cars more than $200, be of the greatest experts on Panama
said. -. r - Canal Problems and an outstandig
-, ,.... -.; , ,' : ' '. ,. explorer,' scholar; and statesman,
Fund"ceor the' treatY re' rs
,', Ford said most of the auto The meeting of the Panama Ca.
companies are already, operating nal Society of Washington was pre.
at a loss and the proposal "would sided 'over by- Alexander & Mc.
increase these losses in recession, Clure, president, and former Gov.
retrfid the recovery, in earnings Maurice 11.- Thatcher, was toast.
and impair nrolita in good times." master.' Y ' '

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Op.raring Al toss,,
Says. iltnry Ford- :,
, DETROIT ItP) Ford Motor
Co-President Henry Ford II said
yesterday that United Auto Work Workers'
ers' Workers' demands would raise new car
prices by more than, $300 ,and
drive auto companies out of busi business,.
ness,. business,. k .. .,. '', '-," ' v
...,,,,,,,, ,.... -,s : -,, I
! Ford., made- the statements n
a 'letter to-Sen. ,i Estes KeEduver
(D-Tenn) chairman of the Senate
subcommittee on' anti-trust, Lnd
linonoply., The letter was an Rosy Rosyet
et Rosyet to Kefauver about a car price
cutting .pian by Sen. Paul 11,-
Douglat (71.144., h, 1 ,.

4: purriwceessuutoy cmomorpeamtengano.u' rouot iaungid
,
"This tremendous Increase on
the, number of ,ships using the nen,
first nino 'ninths ,of this fiscat
' yeor (and& Juno' 361,' durign
'anal hal caniinue41' int h I'Te;tre' hd:ea'S;iretmn'h. nE: Is'ottfa:tes't'hniKe'eenkteSun. va ettnre
rahriectth eothimirlwitlemr'bilair''''7.,litsrsallit,l'h:fs' subcommittee on' anti-trust, end
- been greater' than Mit, number onoply., The letter was an aosw.
in 'the.' corresnonding month lif er to Kelauver about a ear price
cutting .pian by Sen. Paul H,
,ItotfleYriPacrici7s.stihd" Itheextt isatelretsdae.ei :In' Douglas (D-141)., h,
the, 'Sift 'Of ShiPS r0Celltly,,,tded , :
to the merchant tileets rot 1 the 'Ford said Douglas' plan would
,w0orroldcalirriaveer5callunsdedtan;kworroothlfermoms, increase loises already being suf.
fered by t"most of the automobile
.0.000 to. 60.000 tons VA tOMPallieS." .,,
cial handline ,Ind slew np transit , ',
of other ships. ' Douglas' proposed that the fed'.
Poderiek ioniment eral 'excise lax on cars ,be ,cut
htt.Prolects- fors sea-level ea. from ,10 per cent to 212 Oer tent.
nal or on alternatiVe Maim. en- that automakers kreduce their
larelemnnt of' the Locks pricei by 6 per cent, and', that
, He said that 144 boort 'of direc. ,the, UAW make unspecifild labor
tors is contimiallo' ettidyino the concessions. This would cut -the
nrobloms largS Shins, are price of cars more than $200, he
ereosin trAffie, And 'loss ,Initiated said. r
'610.000.000 capital 'nroqrem to '., :
meet immediate'problems for the Ford said most of ths auto
nert few, companies are already, operating
orogranf'' Induct's lhan2 at a loss and the proposal "would
nil improvements- lighting at : increase these losses in recession,
. tho locks and inrthe cut,' an 4 retrdrd the recovery, in earnings
lectronit tratific' control system,, and impair proliti in good times.",,

crime wave. A. total of nearly
2,000 crimes weri committed in
the city's public schools ,cluring
school hours last year.. They in incluude
cluude incluude d munder, rape,:. rape,
felonious assault, burglary, grand
larceny, arson and extortion.,'

Tb e rrinc'r al of a Brooklyn
school untl- r investigation leaped
to his &silt from an apartment
house robf.,A- grammar school
assistant principal was beaten
vhen he tried to break' up a
street fiOit. A physical education
instructor vas slashecLin,At park
for trying to protect his pupils
from asault by a band of toughs.

Ivcre sus

pended Irom regular schools and
schools' for troublemakers were
set up to deal with Ahem but
the violence contimwd. ,7 ,
, What can be dor to 'stem to
tide of violence Kelnedy a .1-
nounced his gloves rrf lel in tt 3
matter when he toil his f
"Our.. prime functions is t
protection of 1.te and ,',
and the maintenance of 1.1w al
,order, end this function will ts
carried out to,ainst any persol
regardless of aue. ho
and maliciou 'y t' the;r
at law awi ottik.r anti vkito I
sist 4,, t
the L 1 '
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islubueni'ng-ir-e-awted-for' a'broken arm High --. 7.---, ,,, ', Low' ing ha-s b-ee-11 -co'm--P-leTe-d-,-tlie-Teid tion .iiith the 51,300,000 grant the ilot at ihe luneril. of a' Commit. nil improvements. liehtine at lirxrease these losses in recession, riure, presment, ana tormer tiov.
rod deep gashes inHicted ,1,3Y the 111A cm. 7 41'.46 am. unit will be assigned to janother U.S. recently gave the Dominican niSt town council chairman in Zu-' tho locks and irtrthe cut,' an e, 4 retrfid the recovery, in earninq Maurice H.- Thatcher, was 'toast- ',-
!On. P 111111t11:46 p.m. '.--e 5:26 p.m. base. ' RePublic. 6 .. i romin Feb. 16. -z, leetrenit trafic control system, and impair proliti in good times. Master.' Y '
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' NEW YORK (173Members of outlawed to accomplish this, ,farl three-fourths of the city,s thil. pollee ,women assigned to iiiit 'passed with nightly !MOOT SU.' plteg to -death of a policeman's crime wave. A total of -.nearly pended Irom regular schools and
ihe so-called "shook generation" the Young hoodlums resort to dren who steal, kill and commit out brush fires -of violence whet.. venile 'crimes by .members of the sort when he tried to break up 3 2,000 crimes were committed in schools' for troublemakers were
re severely shaking the nation'S these es weapons when, they run other crimes. Officials, say fewer ever they' occur.' ,.- ., city's 500 street gangs slid the gang battle, the shooting of a po. the city's public- schools ,cluring set UP to deal with Ahem -..-, but
artlest city. '-' out of guns,, knives, chains and than one per cent of the city's Kennedy- said May 'is' the peak ione.wolf offenders. , 'iceman te the leg by a sniper, school hours last year.. They in. the violence continutd. ,7 ,
1 Their year-long juvenile delis. garrison belts. families Produce 15 per e e n t month for crimes committed by AMOng the crimes was the knife. the fatal stabbing of a teen-ager e I u u d e d munder, rape;- rape, What can be dora to 'stem ta '.,
tuency ta I.,113-1 t ts reached a The targets of these tiffians of the delinquents. - children under 16., The peak for slaying of Michael Farmer, a 15. as, he joked on a Brong street felonious assault, burglary, grand tide of Violence Eer'nedY al-
iDoint ialli3.' it L s t rOWn Men include one another, innocent by. But at the same time,, word those between 16 and 20 is Au. year-old polio cripple, whe was corner' with a friend, and 'an at. larceny, arson and extortion,' noUneed hiS gloves rr-f In 1 in V 3
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WORKERS' CTIAMPION'

Local Raters employed in the Canal Zone should know more
about the intervention of Deputy Juan 3. Arias of the National
Assembly debate on the ratification of the Remon-Eisenhower
- He submitted himself to the greitest test pi his political
' career when he opposed the viewpoint of the great majority of
bis colleagues and proudly stood' as the'Assembly's sole sup supporter
porter supporter of the laboring class as he fervently opposed ratification,
and attacked these obscure and complicated treaty provisions
which badly prejudice the workers' well-being. s
Arias' democratic attitude towArds his ebony-skinned fel-I
10w-patriots demostrated his belief that all men are entitled, to
" equal treatment regardless or origin. He challenged heavy odds
within the legislative chamber, and governm6t-supported press.
Re proved himself a Panamanian determined to do all he could
to help the workers. ,
t This is more than be said of certain others who get,them get,themselves
selves get,themselves into the National Assembly on the working class vote,
then tried to tell the workers that the treaty contained great
, benefits for them which would materialize eventually. We're 00111
Waiting. ,
- The e'Eqiial pay tor equal work" provision could bet another
such invisible benefit. Americans can be restored to posts now
held by Panamanian,' with the thrie-honored explanation that
owing to security requirements the US considers it necessary to
' rePlace Panamanians with US citizetis irt sensitive positions
throughout the Strategic Canal Zone., ,

FAIR R. .FOLICY

It is the Ordnance once More the news, but this time We 1
have'to deal with the stock control branch of the Supply Division,
- Based on the current reduction in force program, there are
to be ten position abolished within the branch: Abolition of the
pricing and editing units (two positions each), and two positions
each from the inventory adjustment unit and stock record arid
document control units. As far as can be seen, the persons oc-
dhpyirig these positions in moat instancea are elegible to "bumnn t
into other positions in this branch and are capable, each in his
Oyn category, of doing the job. ,
But the old game of "who knows who" and "favorite sons"
is being played. We find employes being .transferred to other ''
ttchnical services' who have more service thin many of the "nit, 1
touchables'k left behind. We find new 'Job descriptions written
up creating positions for the favorite 10113. We also find em employes,
ployes, employes, being let out 'without consideration, leaving employes
'; with lesser service behind' in positions that thev. the "bounced"
: employes can handle more efficiently. Why? Why? Why? g, I
Is this the fair policy' that the Employes Utilization Bei-
resentative gathered us sit together one day and, told .us would
be emploYed in this xeductIon of force? We wonder if he meant
flair haired boy" policy,-and just forgot to use the whole phrase.
Another thing, the, pesitiens in the vricing and editing Units
'have been abolished yet; somd. of these abolished empleyek Will
be still-around-doing ?lemma things. We know that it is the
' position Atiatbas been abolished and not the'ernPinyes. but how
can the' headraccount olor the,' fact---that;thei '4-pesitina that
, should have been eliminated in the abolished unite are being
abolished instead in 'Other units?'N position le a Position.. Yes'.
but, give everyone a, chance at self-preservation..Remetribert a
, job todayi.is the life-blood on which a family exists., therefore
:.triuch thought should be given to""bouncing" an, employe, be
. cause he is. not a favorite son or stooge.-t -,,
' In the long run such favoritism usually works out against
, the -best interest of the organization, as it creates 'low morale
and a most disorganized organization. Whew an employe. has to
play up to the bosses t,o hold his job, he forgets efficiency.
' M. Bewildered.
'' ..';,,; 2
,' ,' S,110yING 'ZONIANS AROUND r
Sir:
When:lire the people of the Canal tone ig6ing,to stop let let',
', let', ting thentselves get, shoved around like puppets?' Is our court court-
- court- try becoming such a military state that civilians no longer have
any SaY in the operation of the government? The United States
Is a democratic liation but Canal Zoniana,', living under the
, American flag, are, no more living. in a- democracy than 'are ,the
people of the Iron Curtain countries.
It has been predicted by informed persons here that
hi 15 years the Stars and Stripes will no longer fly in the Ca Ca'
' Ca' nal Zone Inatead the Canal, which was built by Americans
with their sweat and their,lives, will be operates' by PartaMa
. niani,Panamanian police Will patrol Canal. Zone streets.J.)nly
an advisory crew 'of Americans will be left.
I have nothing against the people- of Panama, but this
would be a hell of a way tor the United States gavernment to
, repay the penal diggers, and their sons and daugntera who call
the Canal Zona home., ,
Canal Zonians pay taxes but getno representation. This is.
the same' thing that 'tensed the revojutiou which gave us our
, independence. , ,
zonians are paying for the maintenanei of the Canal; but
private steareship-companies are getting all the benefits, show showing
ing showing greater profits because of outdated toll, rate Row is it
these shipping companies have more say in the government of
the Canal Zone than the people here operating,. the Canal,,.' I
knOwis and when Canal Zonlans find their fighting spirit they
will know, also. '111
Boas is it that our government bas been getting away with
, sending hatchet men to the Canal Zone .to cut out of a job
people born and raised here. -There Is a case in Washington
now baving to do with the uncalled for firing of a Canal em employc,
ployc, employc, If the Zonians don't' that case' they all 'might a
well pack' up and quit.
. The US Oovertunent and the powers that he believe that
the Canal Zone people owe them everything. for the right to
work izere...The government, in',turn,. thinks it owes nothing to
the employes. 'This is hogwash. ;But,- Zonian' must go out and
, tight for 'their rights. If 'only a -,'plague would hit here,' and
averyone were sick at the same time, commerce might be tied
up for, a couple of hours, or maybe a couple Of days. That
-would bring somebody, down on their rknees, :
, ,,, , Quit Shoving, Sam ;

' '' ; ,,' SAN ANTONIO 'BUGLE :
-
. Tothadoeo Seernto finish here and move north, hit Dayton,
Ohio and reports a lot IA churches blown- dovrn., Hope 'it 'didn't 4941
, set my. old Mend Norman' Powell born in Santiago-, ,r,
:: son of a missionary; tow has a, church of his own in Dayton,
We' made a trip '-over- the 'tornado around, here yesterday w
.' and sayr..a lot of destruction; 'One small town, LaOoste,' every
, thing bit and, trees twisted off it, the roots., Had a cold bottle
of !aching' et Captroville on the banks of the Medina' River, with
-the. water. right ,up: to the door. We drove. to the' Medina Lake'
dam and for thefirst time in years the 'water Wa8 overflowing.
Strange thing when' the" dam was 'built the water rose', to
overflow, then dropped 70 feet, whew it's been ever since. ,,.
',, The ground is, built of shale and it's likely to go, dry anY-
, time.; 'The roads will be open around the lake soon.., We could
r hardly get to the dam, which, 1,3 also. the main road tor the
cars watching the boat races. ;,.
- The town of Castroville was 'settled b5i Alsatian gardeners
over a htindred years ago, and the whole valley is a vegetable
garden. never saw' so 'many carrots .iri 'my life. They 'say
there is always a market for them.,,, We put in four hours driv-
log around through the Medina River yalley. and saw that all
:-inf our vegetables, didn't Come from the, magic valley of the Rio
,Orande,' They. are .excellent gardeners, and say they .have ,,a
,.-bunch Of hefty women to help them out, Saw' a few Of them
,at ther Lake with, their sWira suits on.
, pep Wright ''
1,, oVERSTAFFED
,, With all this talk 'concerning the saving 'of MOney' for 'the
government isn't it about time the schools account for some of
the wssted salaries? For examrle look at the overstaffed. Sal Salt
t Salt Crnasium. Everyone connected with the schools expense
! "10W3 the v,-p..r,te rOWer itt that rlace.
, Lc( --13r Minded
,

Ruai1ous'
Comments

- By ROBERT C.. ROARK
,
PALAMOS, Spain Tile very
next time I am in Connecticut I
aim to heist nie bank or kpock
over a filling station, because I
am tired of spending money on
vacations., and I have been read
ing about this new de luxe clink
they plan to build for superior
crooks, murderers and bandits.
, The State of Connecticut aims
to spend $3,f.00,000 for a nnique
educational institution. It will 'be
located in Enfield and mai4, I
can't wait to commit a toit,'The
students in this jail will face no
bar5 and no high walls, and even
the guards will be called custod custodians.
ians. custodians.
Beds will be either nom rubber
or innerspring. An. eight-font -wire
fence will be -the only 1 barrie
against the impoverished out
side world. The brick buildings
will be salmokcolored, and there
will be flagged patiox with,rustic
benches on which the inmates
(students?) may have Sunday
picnics with their families. Some
of the brighter students will have
built in desks in their rooms
(suites,), with closets and easy
zhairs. t
When it rains and. you can t
have a picnic, the imprisoned
students will be aole to receive
their social connections in a vast
common ,room with open fires,
sofas;'easy chairs and t 4f f ee
tables. There will be a library of
3,000 books, a chapel special seri,.
ices and seating arrangements
for three faiths Catholics, Pro Protestant
testant Protestant and Jewlsh ans music
will be broadcast, : both secular
and classical,' saw no mention
Of rock 'n'roll in this jumped.up
night club pardon, prison-eum
college.' '
, Of course, the' good kids will
' not wear prison uniforms,' be.
cause that would cemeris.
being beastly to the misguided
stabbars, muggers, embezzlers,
relsts, burglars. traitors. pert perturers
urers perturers end perverts 'who, wind up
to matriculate on this camous,
not to be confused with ,Yele.'
They will' wear, I suppos e,
'Brooks Bros,' button down shirtsnarrow-lapelled
,Matlison Avenue
sults and undented hats with
bows in bark. Whether loafers and
Berniuda shorts are de'rigeur has
not yet been decided, but assume-
any con who wears brown
shoes after dark.Will lose his pic.
nic,privileget,
,The gent who, designed this
COontry flub nordon.
it Mr. Clarence Litch I ld, allOws
that he wants ,the, ligs to "learn
something' of thettiner things, of
life" beforo !bey get Accented onto
society again to' &kit' over an
othi.r bank.
, want fhe men to get used to
what life's like on the outside,t!
says Litchfielfi, Bell's horns to no.
body 0O, the outside knows .niuch
about this kind of life, They're toe
busy beingeShot in the subway or
mugged in the streets.
,1 As J. gather, when they gradu graduate
ate graduate with honors,. front the tough
jug, a maximum security prison
at WetherslieM, Conn.,.400 diplo.
ma.holders will take their M.A.' or
B.S. at Enfield,. and you have to
earn- your' right 4te break Out 'of
the dormitory into 'nrivatc,rooma
by not scragging the Ilea of 4rnen
with file., Be nice to teacher and
you. get to ioin the ROTC, or roc
sibly. the liromen's Christian'
Temperance lininn. , ,1,
Very possibly, am' wrong -2the
mail keens saying sco-J but 1
thought. the sneezet was a place'
, they flung you for a counle of
, reasons. One, You been a bad wid
"le kid and need punishment; or
1 Cm. you are juat so' unsafe yon
ain't fit to be-let loose, due to a
compulsive' drive which trAnslatea
into theidea that the World ,owes
You a killing., I learned all his
whet I a snciolonv student in a
vastly less -luxurious University
t called Carolina,
But that. was 20..plus years 'ago,
t and it seems the standards have
I changed. The idea now is that you
must love the convict into soe.,,ial
F, aift pay for N his howl
i and room, and next we will be
t sending them to Jamaica for the
) winter. Would I be over.wrong in
Wondering that the kind of punish.
mont they dish off the arm r nnw
s might be like playing with the
track's money?

,
'You bring off a ,,,,SOccsisful
burglary and you got 'it
If ,you got snoozed by the 'law,
then VIM lust rotiro to the 'flag.,
god picnic ground, 'of the noar.',
ost country, club, called
and got lour' boalth back -While
improving -your-mind 'and- blar,2
Ina host to 'yOur loving relative
and bookmakers'.
- All, I 'know about ',this now- joint
IS this': There milt be no diSelnlin
ory problem, You get pns of line,
Dad, and they'll, throw you OUT
of jall..,., ;

Half a COIU17111

THE PENTAGON AND
GORGAS HOSPITAL
There, is a long' streteh ,between
the reorgani4ation of the Pentagon
and the reorganization of Gorgas
Hospital,' but both are and under
the Defense Department, the pen
tagon being en top and Gorges un under.
der. under. There is nothing wrong with
Gorges that an adequate appropria appropriation
tion appropriation by Congress would not cure--
The Pentagon hat scads of mon:
ty and Gorgas,is hard tip, Gorges
is asking for eight more doctors
and the Pentagon already has 30
Assistant Secretaries Of Defense
and each assistanthas assistants,
executive and otherwise, The mi minimum
nimum minimum 'PaT for aft Assistant Sec Secretary
retary Secretary is p0,000 a year and
ny'Ktliem get; considerably plore.
Teta salaries of the assistant see,
retaries 'must 'run, dote to t'intl t'intl,
, t'intl, year,
Recently Ilatison Baldwin, Mili Military
tary Military editor of the New York Times,
discussed the over-supply of assist assistant
ant assistant Secretaries of Defense and call
ed attention to nne, who ?las now
been promoted.- and be deserved
it. The accomplishment of this As Assistant
sistant Assistant Secretary one Floete, was
the issuance of an order on the (Rs
posal at military installations of
garbage, trash etceters.,
The order classified the material
to bc disposed of aud told, what
kind of equipment to use incarry incarrying
ing incarrying out the order and told now of often.
ten. often. collections should be made,
and evidently on the theory that it
hurts anyone outside of the l'enta-
gon te think, 'told liow to wash
garl3age' Cans.'"
For the ignorant readers of thiSi
newspaper the order sat44 that"gar-1
bege cans should be washed in the
most efficient, economical and ea eanitary
nitary eanitary manner possible1

a

Television sign '.travel
througls tipaae with the speicl
'ot light. Yet, the distance to
the bright'. star nearst the.
earth, Alpha Tentaurt-it-S0-
, great that Tv program,
, broadcast .to' that star when
you were a baby, would not be
'' received back on earth until
you were 8 years old.
itannica Jr. Encyclopedia

Baldwin's remark than any set.,
geant in the U.S.' AnnY knows
and more about tip subject than
the order contained, recalls a story
of the late George W, Goethals, one
time employed on the Panama
Canal and then known as "The Col Colonel,"
onel," Colonel," DOt itiSt "Colonel." T h e
Colonel had been an instructor at
the military' academy at, t
Point. 4,
One 'day he was examining a
ciass in engineering. One of the
problems presented to them was
the erection' of a flag pole..

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It was assumed,tlia each mem. Bradford, both of 'whon, served
ber of the class was a captain in with distinction s chairmen of
command of a company. ,, which the, Joint Chiefi of Staff;
was' setting' up camp. It was ne. ,
cessary to have a flag pole. in ,
front of the tent of the 'command. delitc
ing officer. ,
The Colonel (only a Lt. Colonel 0.4; 7-1 .46
Aoril ekva the classthe length of

then) !gave .the class.the lengtb ot
the pole and its. diameter at the
base and at the tip. The eadetb
started to work and came up with
the depth and diameter of the
hole in which the pole was to be
planted and other details along the
lines of the recent directive frOill
the Defense Department about gar
bage collection and disposaL
', The N Colonel shuffled :through
their answers and salt1;:
,"Gentletnee,, I am, sorry but
none eflou has ,the right answer,
In the tirenthstannes I have ,out.
lined,' it you, were the command commanding
ing commanding officer nt a, company; y o
would send for the first sergeant
and say: 'Sergeant; put up the flag
pole'."

All liba

'Very few 'of the experts who
bave entered dicuision ofr the re.
organization of the Pentagon hive
noted that ,the present situation
,,grew up under the present Com.
,mander inChiel, or that he is al.
ready on record On both sides of
the question., '
Brig."Gen. Thomas R. Phillips,
writing in the Louis Post ,Dis
patch, supportv'the plan, but ob.
Oects to' thcfSecretary of Defense
ttni7g authorized tci transfer or ab
fumtirs 'to; ,the
'services., h.': ,
Phillips ilso'obrect to the serv,,
ice secretaries and the' ehlerS (if
staff being deprived of their righ
to appeal, to Congress on :their
ewn initiative::
He adds that "most of what the
President wants to sle now could
Ind should have been'done at the
start of his adrninistr'ationwith,
out any IltW legislation.",
' Baldwin oblects to the possible
suppression of minority viewpoints
end he' also said the President had
always had the right to promote
and transfer high officers, wst, as
Ile had the right to reorganize the
Joint Chiefs of start ,
He charged that under President
Eisenhower's PIRO there would lie
only -three fewer civilian assistant
Secretaries.
Baldwin says Secretary.0f
defensn is "not master in his own'
house," and peinted,to defects in
tlecision-making outside of ,t h e
Pentegon. -
Viali,v Millis. formerly of ,the
New York Herold 'rribunel., said
"what. the Defense Department
needs is decisions', rather than re,
organivirtinn .0.pr .set,
r
cies' laid down at.the top,'
.

Of course, at that. trine thtWar
Department probably had mai one
instead of BO Assistant Secretaries,
R is aulte tocsible that the reor reorganization
ganization reorganization ot Gorges Hospital wM
be lost in the reorganization, .of
the Pentagon,
That will be too had for thi res residents
idents residents of the Canal Zone, who are
in a way "eantive natients."'
r Panama already has its banes
full and could rot care for addi additional
tional additional natients frank the Canal
7one It will klso.be too Kad for
the doctors, MeV"; and (bora et
Gorgas who are already bearing g
beivy burden.
, President Tr.icenhower hart sale
that he world ftwht for his Plan to
Itorgant,e the Pent,m, but he
has- said that' about other nues.
tions and then backed away tO a.
vet't enrfrOventv.
4There lc no douht of thp nop(t.
and nolo the ow4eation hal tho stm
nort of general of tho,Arma Ilmor
Isj,' Bradley antAdm, Arthur W
NAB SLEEPY URGLAR',
LILLE,' Frances(UP) Police
nabbed sleepy prowler M a r.e al
Narriadeci 59, in mid' 4,- snooze
Yesterday after he broke Into a
house, killed a bag with table
linen and then lay down to take

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,
Although' my only qualItipation
as a 'military' expert ariSOS from
the fact that I anr the only maJor
commissioned on.,the staff of ,, the
GoVernor, of Kentucky,. I'm, Inclit
ed to feel that, there' is nothing
wrong 'at the'Pentagon that active
intelligent, decisive and ,apolitical
Ieadershin tannot cure. A,nd, who
is the- Coinmander in Chid?

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ToLci PcttrLItt

YOU MOLDY MOCKERIL'S of all that is true and ci
cent in this trouble plagued svorld, it may be that trios)
tew of you who have mastered the printed word read tha
other day that some sawbones named Falk had been giv giving
ing giving out with suggestions about Corgas Hospital, and inoeed
about the Canal Zone hospital system in general.- ,-,
All right, you slum-spawned rabble, i KnOW you have
made alrsorts of suggestions about Corgas yourself. The
new thing about Falics suggestins was that they were I
printable.
-- Admittedly Panamanian' 'flags'do not bedeck, it stu,
dent abundance; while Falk was probably- right in sayine.
there were certftin other things about Corgas which' coulo
bear improyement.' There ,are about any-medieval:castle,
- At the same time we must not overlook those featuret
of the Institution which bear the halirnark of the Canal's
mosttaletited planners. ' ,
The new parking lot, for initinde, Craftily contrkied
so th-;,; the ailing end infirm. bays to belay their way "up
fifty or more steps to -reach, the outpatients' department.
This 'weeds out the weakest, and considerably' eases the
loads on the doctors. :
Panama Cinal Health' Director,'Col. Charles-Q. Bruce
said last weekthat outpatient clinic doctors at Corgas take
cars of tn. patient eeery'20 mrnutes;-. If seMeone In the
Administration- Buildin,g had ;not been ",imart inough,"to
think, of 'that mountaineering...course from the parking-tot
the rate would be'more,like,one 'patiant-ivery '10 minutes,
which many' health, authorities 'regard, eS, too fast, ta,te
- -' ,,; ,2 ,
, : As yet there is ''-no Word whither:it the' Canal gets'. its
appropriation to hire' eight more doctors, curb ,serviceavill',
be Inaugurated down there in the parking lot. No thought
could be farther from' my- mind than to make arly peem&d,
ture-revelation ,In 'this 'Matter, but 1 have seen at least "two
Corgas doctOrs Making virtually 'unnoticed IWO ,of
Curb service problems down at the-Drive Inn in the Civil
Affairs Building. They were too well-fed to be there ,is
Clients.' And the problems, are INery rriuch- the same 'is
those' which would arise, at Cargas,
, At the Drive Inn fong eXperience has rendered the girls -,
able,to judge to i, nicety how long a client can, wait wIth-,
out starving to death.- The,Corgas doctors r saw pasinrths-,
joint Were audibly,,impress,ed with. the precision of-,:ther-',
girls' 'calculations. .' : '
2.!,.'.1; wasn't -orderine.tornairoW's breakfast lh'ione. 'ex-4
claimed, in awestruck accents;
-- 'The other' was fiddling'wjth his"Equanit''and groWIing,
something I Otuld' not quite catch. However I "heard' his
wife's Chiding resprset "Remembei the children,are
-; ;
- Now.,if ,these' doctors could achleVe preCision
,
when CorgaS Drive Inn clients arrive there in the new park parking
ing parking liotWith problems other than hunger, the project woUld
be One 'of. the greatest forWard steps in- Medicine since he
eclipse of theIcuppling-glass, ;
:Problems remain to, be soived.'liow.' for Instance,: to,
avoid 0-40in-icing e.,,,lively'.'bitient- 'dead .because
stethesepe Administration ,Cuilding is lull .'of gallant plan
ners. Who Can turn to-ati011 lustas soon as they have
figure:tt;aut a watt'o'crapi V-1',tra'- "off those fjew
larrip 'standards down et't, J Street. -
: -Though the Gorges -of !the ',Falk fyttire rnay,be'ioetter
in many modern and intricate regards, let'us net overlosok
, oiler:ire, quality of the Comas of the- present. ' t
- is about the. on4,Institutionon, the Panama Ca,nal
' which-4ven ,gets a',word' pra.ise from. satisfied
,patronst - ',, --
' ,;;;;;;Frequeintlyin the Mail' Bx, bet;veen the brickbats ,end
..the i)ouquets of cactus,' can'be 'mind a kindl and grateful
!' letter' thanking the Gorgai staff for their, skill-and eaten eaten,tien,Generally
,tien,Generally eaten,tien,Generally such letters erribrace, doctort, nurses,, wards,.
: intids'end Indeed Just About everyone invOhied in the', ef efI
I efI :fair'except maybethe aciountents wh,3 send out .the
Can you, nettle me 'One other Canal operation which
geti'suc,h orchids?' .! ti '4;
Haw long i'nce sa it Mail Box ietter,thinkihg
'the Onerator of the,,Mireflores Bridge for hie skill and' ktn' d-
-ness-in 'not Opening it it the 'wrt3nk,time and. dumping. the
f Writer and his car into the locks?
far are'yOu getting with,your collection 'of Son-
' nets and Odes in, Praise of tr4. Personnel' Bureau"?
,
' iour collection of ,Mall Box clippings
P 0d-tinder ,'Outpourings of Joyous Gratitude to the Account-,
ing
1 ,g-'',..lTo'What extent are the officitwalls of Housing Chief
' Randall' bedecked with' such testimonie as "I 'Want
rts to' thailk' airthe. engineers and blueprint shuffiers and', the
, feilows WhOcarry the nails for designing and building. ire
, roof.which ,Vastil, fallen In"?.,,Nary A',One. Co lot, for
yOurself; Tefi',Randal 1.sentt you, r
, ,Yup,',you'ii have to. ;concede that vaify' Paitatni.,,Canal
Outfit Which' accOMulatee. Mash tnote'-at
n dees is 'is' rare phenoMenon.; t, ,'
er 1 heard a fellow ,say the .other day that ,Gorga ',was
I- whole lot better in many respeets than a hospitat,he hetd

ALIEttICAll

-recently been in Stateside. '" '
Ever heard anyone ,say the Commissary' was better
than Ma Vy's'?
All this Is not to say Gorges is perfect, by,a long Way.
I haven't yet had the pleaeure of reading a neWS story such
as ."Gorgas Ambulance Reaches Accident Scene Before Man
With Wooderi Leg" but maybe even that' day-will come.
Meanwhile don't tat them tell you Ahat there 'are not
a whole lot of fellows and girls at Gorges who know exact exactly
ly exactly what they are doing, and are doing it tO the full extent,-
of their 'considerable and dedicated t
PERCY'S PEERLESS PORTENT makes a respetfu1
Inclinatitin of the head to the 111 Boy Scouts, and Explorers
vvho are paddling through ,from.Camboa today in the:3rd
find' last day of the annual cayuco race through the Canal.
thouvh they may not have a radio in their craft to hear
getting called, jhe ,word, should be available to them
by the time they reach Balboa. .1

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31, t shor'stra for his
rt., t In North Caroli Carolira.
ra. Carolira. North Caroli Carolirat
rat Carolirat 1,3 tri,1,1 climate and its
eastern seaboard location, had
I lust tie elements to offer that he
wared.
"I went slurping to two differ..
- wit ways," Morrow says.'
"First, my wife and I susbcrill.
ed to four daily newspapers from
North Carolina towns. From these
papers which we subscribed to
for three months only, one paper
at a time we learned much
about grocery prices, real estaate
values, and social and cultuFal af affairs.
fairs. affairs.
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newFi-aper and road maps, we
went shorpirg in person. Spent
in- our three-wetk vacation' driving
in down thert and then crisscrossing
his front town to town in the staate.
oli- This is part of what we found:
"Ashevilleilendersonville area:
its Has appealed to many retired
Lad people including a man named Carl
he Sandburg. Despite this, the cultar.
al opportnnities were less than we
!et. expected. Events come to town,
but are not part of the daily plc plctur.e.
tur.e. plctur.e. Beautiful, In the Blue Ridge
om Mountains in the western section
ese oUthe state.
to "ChaPel Much of the town,
per is well as the University of North
lch Carolina buildings, done in ,Wil
liamsburg architecture.' Charming
at Would living among college stUd stUdents
ents stUdents eventually become trytng as
the we grow older? FOUnd a house

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Tomorrow at 8 p.m. the Ba:bra
High School music department w1,1
present its second spring musical
in the Balboa High School lower
gym. The concert will feature the
Glee Club and the orchestra. Con Conductors
ductors Conductors for the evening be
Victor A. Herr assisted by Don
Randel.

Frank Bright, tenor soloist with
the Glee Club, will fill the demand demanding
ing demanding role of the ballad singer in
"The Lonesome Train," a musical
legend based on the death and re reflections
flections reflections on the life of Abraham
Lincoln. This work will be pre
sented for the first time on the
!salmis. It has been recorded by
Decca with Burl Ives in the solo
role. 7

16 miles out 44 town that my wife,'
wanted to buy. On 40 acres, comi
plete with ,a separate guest house
and a stocked fishing pond. House
white and gracious and very, iso-1
late& 6.12,500. ,-
"Durham (with -Du 14 Universi.
ty) and Irmston Salem: Strong
tobacco itfluence. Good towns.
Many'Negro workers.
"Raleigh: The state capital, and
a' urosperous town. Want another
look at this.

't"New Bern: Took' a drive over
to the coast to tee this old town
and 'wed in a hotel decorated
witty history. Many unpainted
buildings in poor areas near the
water. Old, tut not developed for
the tiourist trade." ,
"What town did you 'Buy' as
your retirement bome?'' I asked
Mmtow. ,,
"None yit," be answered. "Did.
n't have time tp see them' 'all
thoroughly enough on this trip
We did find that we liked several
towns well enough to be hanpV
there,' and to know we can, move
smith when we' retire and feel sure
1711 like it:"
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Q "I came to the United States
from England 12 Years ago, and
will receive-a' small pension from
the' ecannlinr worb for and So.
clot Security when am ',have
Pol. 'become, a citizen. If the ,cost
of living 'is, too high bore after I
retire. and I return to England
lei ,can I T et Social Sk
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LONDON, May 10 No one' ex expects
pects expects a Post Office to flaunt the
charms of a cafe, drug store or
public house People do not nor
mally flock to it out of sheet
"joiede-vivre."
But Ernest Marples, Britain's
PostmasterGeneral, 'has certainly
tickled public fancy with his
scheme for' new post offices, gay
with color and making .a feature
of atttactive decor.
Marples hereby aligns himself
with the new drive in the United
Kingdom for better salesmanship.
"Blow your own trumpet bard barder,"
er," barder," advise the 57 Canadian bu,si
ness men in the report. just pub published,
lished, published, of their recent tour of Brit..
ain's industries. Marples ringq his
telephone bells louder "we shall
have better 'Jelenhones.' brighter
kiosks' !. is one of his promises.
, but these woodland warbles at
home'are As nothing to the mount mounting
ing mounting clangor of brass and drum as
Britain, taking a hint,from r
friends, pushes ber wares over
seas. ,

PAST AND 'PRESENT
I. wonder, though,, whether we
are quite so modest as has been
suggested?
The big drum, ss represented by
advertising in the Press, on post.
ers and .in television, is banged
pretty Joudly at home.
And now United Kingdom citi citizens
zens citizens have hadSbn eye opener in
remarkable speech by Lord Bey.
worth,- chairman 611 Unilev e r.
From its massive headquarters
lining the, River Thames at Lon,.
don's Blackfriars, this huge or.
gantzation supplies the world
with soaps; toilet goods, margart
ines and other foodstuffs. In 1957l,
laid the chairman, Unilevers $pent
in advertising $234,400 000 spread
over nearly 200 companies In mere
than 100 countries. ,
Such joyous trumpetblowhm
contagious. This week I have been
tlipping into a 32-page official book
let- which' lists Britain's records
and achievements in science, in
dustry and technologr in the last
two centuries and right up to the
present day,- 4
Let there be trumpet-blowing,
and, that being so. why exclude
past glories? Grumblers who se,.
cuse, Britain of living In the past
often 'forget that "what man has
done,, man an do," and that e
good record ts the best pointer to
bright future
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was made by- a Eirmingham man,
Parkes, it,' 18:,5.
The 1- practical steamship,-
the Cha.,. Le Dundas, was launch.
ed on Scotland's River Clyde in
1802. Between 1946 and 1957 more
than 15,000,000 gross tons of ship.
ping were completed in United
Kingdom yards.
Centuries ago an Englishman,
Robert Bakewell, worked out:. the
principles of scientific breeding of
animals. Today the United King Kingdom
dom Kingdom is the largest exporter of pe
digree animals for breeding pur.
poses.
, As long ago as 1939, radioisk
topes were first used in eritain
for agricultural research.
A phenomenon that might well
'stagger the world at this stage
would be if this unceasing flow of
invention and discovery from one
small island were suddenly to stop.
Does It seem likely?

liere, then, are some gems
have culled from past and pre.
sent: ,
In the peaceful uses of nuclear
energy Britain led the world from
1911, vvhen Lord' Rutherford (a
New Zealander Workingi Ent
bnd) proved that the atom must
, have a nucleus!' le 1932, Sitlohn
Cockcroft and I.14,,Walten 1st split
the atom. ; ,
Today,Britain is 'building In the
English county, of Somerset the
werld's biggest nuclear power sta.
tion with an output of 509, mega.
watts 'of electricity. -;
Or take' electric 'power. h e
word dielectric" was coined by
William Gilbert, experimenter and
physician to Queen 'Elizabeth of
England 400 years ago. Today
, Btitain is the world's largest ex
porter of heavy electrical .equip .equip,
, .equip, ment : ,
What do we find In eleetronics?
The viorld's first high,definition
televisioh service Was started in
: Bnlain in 1935: rader tor radin to.
cation) was first aollipved in Tirit
ain, the year being 1935: electron.,
' le, computers were originated ov.
er a century ago by Cambridge
(England) Professor Charles Bab.
bage, '
And "auomation." a word coin coined
ed coined in Britain 1910, first become
as 19?,3. ,
tractice in the Oxford factor, of
Morris Metorti'Ltd4 fas back
In civil enginPfring. British ,en
etneers In the 19tit eenturv oloneer.
ed railways and Reiont;fle, road
construction In'slmo-s overv coun,
, try In the world. Today th0 sit
nopl value of overseRs work
British civil engineering contraet.
ors amounts to neeriv 6980 n00.000.
In the field of Pritre Movers.
the steam eneine started in Brit
ain In the mid-18th 'century. 10
take one example todav all turtle,
wrop airliner In oeMos to the
Western world have ,been in
Britain,
Th0 iet engine, Invented hi, the
' TilnPlishman Sir rt-Ink W111111e,
first ran on-a tost 1)0 In 1337:
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- TEXTILES, UPPING d
'United Eingdonf inmitions re.
volutionised textile manufacture. b
, ginning with Rag's 'flying shuttle
- in 1773;-today Britain is the worM's
largest exporter of textile 'MUM
nery, and of farmrng Mactinerv,
too.A British-farmer vented the
first threshing machine in 1785.
Terylene. ohe of the strongest
synthetic fibres known it 13 called
Dacron in the United, States), la
but one of Britain's recent contri contributions
butions contributions to chemical science, The
first synthetic plastic was trade
by a Birminghatri man, Parkes,
in 1855. :
The first practical' steamship,
the Charlotte Dundas, was launch,.
ed on Scotland's River Clyde in
; 1802, (Between 1946 and 105 more
than 15,000,000 gross tons of ship shipping
ping shipping were, completed in United
States), is but one of Britain'S re,
cent contributions to chemical
science. The first synthetic plastic

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rt,', t 1- - e in North Caroli. This is part of what we found: -present its second spring musical LONDON, May 10 No one' ex- was made 13y a Birmingham man,
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ea. ; , i t,-,i,t North Carob,. "Ashevilleilendersonville area: in the Balboa High School lower pects a Post Office to flaunt the Parkes, ip' 13:,5. ,
ra, si,1.1 its r..1,1 climate and its Has appealed to many retired gYm. The concert will feature the charms of a cafe, drug store or The f 't,, practical steamship, -- 'S
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eastern seaboard location, had people including a man named Carl Glee Club and the orchestra. Con. public house; People do not nor, the Cha,.....le Dundas, was launch.
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lurt tie elements to offer that he Sandburg. Despite this, the cultar. ductors for the evening vill be mally flock to it out of a h e e r ed on Scotland's River Clyde in ,s ,,, -...
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vtaned. al opportunities were less than we Victor A. Herr assisted by Don "joie,de.vivre." 1802. Behveen 1946 and 1957 more 4, ..., t
- Randel. ,, : But Ernest Marples, Britain's than 15,000,000 gross tons of ship. .,
'I went shopping ba two differ.. expected. Events come to town,
PostmasterGeneral, thas certainly ping were completed in United- -,,
art ways," Morrow says.' but are not part of the daily plc plc"First,
"First, plc"First, my wife en,c1 susberib. tur'e. Beautiful. In the Blue Ridge I
Frank Bright, tenor soloist with
the G ee Club, will fill the demand- ,. ",,,,.,,,,,,..
tickled public fancy w 1 t h his Kingdom yards. ' ''-
scheme for' new post offices, gay Centuries ago an Englishman, A, .,. ,,,,,, ,- I
ed to four daily newspapers from Mountains in the western section s
North C line towns. From these of 'the state. - , mg role of the ballad sMger in with color and making .ii feature Robert Bakewell, worked out l the . ,',. ,,,,,, -,
papers which we subscribed to "Chapel Hill: Much of the town "The Lonesome Train," a musical
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of atttactive decor. principles of scientific breedirg of ' '' ; '.. .-mt- ,--,t,
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for three months only, one paper is well as the University of North
at a time we learned much Carolina buildings, done in Wil flectaons on. the e o bra am with the new drive in the United dom is the largest exporter of pe -, ,- -- vc., u ,. ,, .., ,, ,., ..... ,,,N.,.. ...
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about grocery prices, real estaate liamsburg architecture.' Charming Lincoln. This work will be pre. dom for better salesmanship. digree .animals for- breeding pur. s. i
nt d for the first time on the
values, and social and eultuFal at Would living among college stild- ,3,.,e,,e KIP'Bglow your own trumnet bard. Poses. . ,, , ,. 1 , ,
mus.. It has been recorded bY er," advise the 57 Canadian bu,si .- As long. ago as 1939,. radio.iso.
fairs. .- , ents eventually become trying as D'''" -. Under the management et our most efficient persormel spectall d
y prepan
ecca with Burl Ives hi the solo
. ,, ness men in the report. just pub. topes were first used in Britain , I ,
"After a year's study of the we grow older? Found a 1 for this work service. , , '
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am's industries. Macples rings his A phenomenon that 'might well
, 16 miles out of town that my wife telephone bells louder -"we shall 'stagger the world at this stage ' i'' 'LEBLANC'S', I
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('-' -,:, ,. '', ', ,, .",- -, ,".'.. ' let 'th t b kiosks' is one of his promises.-- invention' and discovery from one '. ' ' 'I '" ''' ' ''
p e wt. ,a genera e guest ouse
, , - 16th Street West No., 134-22 , Phone No. 2-1172 .' ;
. ,, and a stocked fishing pond. House but these woodland warbles at small island were suddenly to stop. ' 1 ,,
- .. t ,-- - . white and gracious and -very, iso- homeare As nothing to the ntuunt. Does It seem likely? .. ,
- late& S32,500.. , ing clangor of brass and drum as , . . ,- , ,, ., ,
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. cc ng to an old saying, "The best away' to judge a man li to see how he spends his spare time." You '7,-. ', 1
-, A -,s, , look at this. .',' t -wo.ner, though,, whether we
t can use your snare tim
are quite so 'modest as has been - e wisel b learnin more about our rofessio 1
y y g y p n r ght in- your own home. Write ',,,I
i- ,.. today for information on one of the 277 courses offered by International Correspondence Schools. Simply 1, '
',.,, I'. ', '''. A"New Bern: Took, a drive over suggested? .. ,
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-..dio' to the coast to see this old town The big drum, as represented ny '. ,
'.,,,,d( advertising in the Press, on post --..-' '--L--- '-------'..;---,...,..' --., ----. --4,------'-'---- L--. -Li 0-7 -----;'.----- -.---' ..--'. .--...---' ----;- .--;--- ' .2
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as remarkable speech by I,ord Hey. . , .. .. A ,, p .
, 4- P .... r P . ' 4 I asked worth,. chairman 611 'Unilever.
your retirement bome?'' -, WITHOUT COST OE OB OATION, please send me "Hew' To Succeed," one sample lesson, and the opportunity booklet
, ,t,, , , . .,,f , ,, . i marrow. 1A,., .,A ,, From 'its massive i headquarters .,.
. . about the courses which I have checked --below:
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"None e be ansWered. "Did.
Y t, lining the, River Thames at Lon.. .s. '. ,' '-. ' ' ' ' '
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' 't have time tp see them'
- thoroughly enough 'on this trip ganitation supplies the world 0 Air Conditioning Refrigeration 0 General Chemistry .- '.. ,,' vs- 0 Mathematics'-. '
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. 14 there,' and to know we -can, move said the chairman, Unilevers $pent 0 Building Contractor ," s 0 Civil Engineering 0 Industrial Engineering '
. ; : ', ,-. , I- Ts i ILT il W 4 ' -,...,..,41 ,.,,,i,",4, 4., 4,,..41.',, 4,4.1 aal allipa in advertising $234.400 000 spread ,-... a 6 ' ' ' ' '' ' 1:4
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" 41.111P, 1.46';914.ric 77 11 7.-1 w 416'... 7 , '' '' there,' and to know we can. move said the chairman, Unilevers-ipe-ni 0 Building Contractor ,. , 0 Civil Engineering ,;,, . 0 Industrial Engineering 4
ij, ' ',. I '' : : FRANCE : 1.:,: L'4 smith when we' retire and feel sure in advertising $234,4on 020 spread
iiiivnienr nleooarleyou2itlOtrTeosmpain es in in, !re ,,- 0 Carpenter and Mill Work " 0 Construction Engineering ',.'.., 0 Mechanical Engineering '17.': '
, t .,-,1; ,:' -, e, t ' ' ; :, we'll like it", ' "'
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Such joyous trumpetblowing Is A
utomobile Mechanic 1
contagious. This week I have been ; -, kJ PI
dipping into a 32-nage official book
nal Security when.I aro fi5. ',have ii.ncl. achievements in science, in 0 Bookkeeping and Accounting
:. '0 Electrical Draftin i ' 0 Practical fiedioi --. - , iJ
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, 0,Mechanical Drafting , i , ,. Tv, Engirkeering : : :;-;
let which' lists Britain's records ,;, ". ' 0 Electrical Appliarice Servicing 0 Diesel Locomotive ,,, .". l'
, ' 0 Electrical Enzineerint ' 0 Comliustlon ,Engiheering '''. I.
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Business Administration
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two centuries and right up to. the .4 , .. 0 ElecIncal maintenince i , .- i- 0 Cotton and Woolen '. '
', - ,- , ,, ,- ,,, of living 'ix too bigh bore after I
, 0 Professional Secretary.. 0 G d Eti t h
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wow retire. and I return to England present day.- ,4, , 4
Let there be "trumpet-blowing, , t c oo g is ., , ; -;,, ,- ', -Manufacturing ,.I. '
; to Itvp'.,tan' T atilt vet Social St.
' ' ' ' ' ' '' ' curit?''. G. li-'C ,, and, that being so. why exclude ,- ()Chemical Engineering 0 High School Sublecte '' 0 Finishing Slid Dyeing
', ,. , ,, ... , , ..,d, ; -. ,. e past glories? Grumblers wbo se ,,' f I ' , 1 , '
- cuse, Britain of living in the past ''
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t Mrs' George Wales, wife of Rear Admiral Wales, will be
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Club, at Quarters A, Fort Amador, on Monday morning at
9011 a.m. During the coffee, the ladies will discuss plans
, and preparations for the Navy officer's wives' participation
in the Navy Relief Drive which is currently in progress in
the Fifteenth Naval District.

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Chinos Ambassador Host - a group Jit frie
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At Dinnor Honoring Dr. Alfsro ---
'The Chinese Ambassador In Pa- Former Golf Heights Residents 0-
mama, Dr. Mao-Lan Tuan was host Visiting On The Isthmus
at a dinner last evening in honor Mr. and Mrs...Richard g: Vogel
of Mexico, City, formerly of God
of Dr. Ricardo J.. Allan, member
of the International' Law commit. Heights, are visiting relatives and
tee of the United Nations, and friends here, They are en route
Mrs. Mari). to Bolivia, where Mr, Vogel has
- been transferred by the construc construcAmOng
AmOng construcAmOng the guests were Dr. Ma- tion firm of Thompson and Corn'.
mei Mendez Guardia, acting mi.,wall. They will make their home
mister of foreign relations, the Am- in Cochabanda. ,
, bassador of Chile in Panama; Mr. The couple, who are staying at
Enrique Lagreze, Mr. and Mrs. El Panama Hilton have been ent.
Gil Bias Tejeira, Mr. and Mr. ertained by a number 'of, friends
iCarlos Loo, and Mr. Carlos Aga. here. On Wednesday Mr. and Mrs.
iro. t- Robert Korr were hosts at a lulu
, cheon in their honor. Thursday
Dinmr At Frenth ErnbaSsY. evening they were entertained at
.; The French Ambassador in Fa- a dinner given by Mr.and Mrs.
mama and Mrs. Lionel Vase were Alfred 'Roos, Jr., of Curundu.
bostsa ta' form, dinner'held in '
the Embassy Thursday evening for' ICONTINUID ON PAGE FIVE) '

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column should be subotitted
,,tvou-vairten feral sad mailed so
the boo gumbo listed daily tot
owl and'Otherwee." or delivered
,,,av -hued to the office. Mottoes
Wine, domed be accepted by
,taitaiteas.
Celen-Nnit, lAWC ,-
telection Of filter
-There will be kieneral ssemb.
b' and Election ot Officers co, toe
inter-American WoMan's C,ub, Co
Ion Unit, at the Club Headquart Headquarters;
ers; Headquarters; lith -and" Mdendes, tomorrow
The meeting will, begin promptly
at 4 p.m. members1 are, urg,
ed attend.
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Sorentimist Dance ,
At Hotel Washington
The Soroptimist Internatiohal of
Colon is sponsoring a dance at
tbe Hotel asington. Friday even,
ing from 9 until -2 a.m. Music
be furnished by Lucho zee.
rraga and his organ. Padi.ic 'side
guests wi I have scooter accomo accomodation')
dation') accomodation') for 'the occasion.
Dance tickets may, be purchas:
ed from Soroptimist members at
Maduro's or at Maurer Florist in
Colon to may .be purchased it the
hotel the.nigat of the dance. Table
reservations are being' taken by
Miry Lou Crawford at Margari Margarita
ta Margarita 2342 or Mercedes IFerro at Co Colon
lon Colon 349.
Las Cumbria Civic
' Council Bingo Party s
' The Las Oumbres ,,Civie 'Council
will oponsor. ',bingo party Inext
Saturday it 7:30 pm. at the Ci Civic
vic Civic Council buildinehlembers and
their! guests areo inyited.
'WoMengs
Club Luncheon Meeting
The Quarry Heights Women's
Club will hoid ,their monthly lun.
aeon meeting on Wednesday at,
12:30 at the Quarry Heigbto Vac,
ers' Club. Mr. Blukaq will speak
to the members on ChinesiTart.
Hostesses 'will be Mrs.' 0. Sch
ter, Mrs. Walter Clark, and Mrs.
Carlton S. Hea0i

Tyrone Porter, Bride

Honcrdoon LA., 1
;,,,,t,o..4 ANGELO tif941-lappy
handsome 7ryrono, Toofer
mooned yesterday' in the film cam'
wherele wet his pretty spur.of
the-moment bride' about a 'year.
.

The 44lear.old movie star sr.
rived Thursday night with his 26.
year-old bride, the former 'Mrs.'
Deborah Minardos, after a secret
wedding at Tunica, Miss., on Wed.
nesday. He wore a stubby beard
in preparation for his 'bra movie
role.
"This is the first time 'I've been
in Los Angeles since last Septem,
ber when fell in love with Deb.
bie," said the smiling actor. He
said be was introduced to her by
his former brother-inlaw.
"I invited my ex.brother.in.law,
whose name is Charles Skipsey,
and who was on his honeymoon,
tO have lunch with me,' rower
said. "Hs asked whether he could
bring along a friend of his wif.
The friend war Debbie."
The bride formerly was Mitr.
ried to Iiico Minardos, a' Greek

LURED ay ',PARROT
AKRON, Ohio (UP): Hyman
Friedman admitted in court
Thursday that his dogs 'run into
the backyard. of his neighbor.' But
he explained: only because
my neighbor's parrot keeps whis whistling
tling whistling to them to conic ever."

-MOTDEft ApiD DAUGHTER dresses which Were modellia at the Cristol; al Women's Fashion
Show, recently'. The dresses were made, as ntties for' the fashion show, by Mrs. A. J. Mc&
Lean ,of Cristobal who As shown with- her daughterr'Sally;
Producers Eager To Try Directing- -! 0 r7)
artJ
If Holly oo(FGuild Coes On:Strike, v
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119LLYWO015, MaY '10 (UP)
-- Nonconformist movieland,
zany to the core, is, facing s
crisis involving an industry industrywide
wide industrywide strike which",probably will
not affect Vvie Or TV produc production
tion production one to t
'rho Screen Directors' Guild,
made up of about 1100 directors
and asistant directors., has set
'e"strike deadline for rind
rootith,ortf the majort studios
and indpen dent producers
don't toe the inark, the Guild
will take's, walk.
;ri any other business this
would be serious. s' But not in
Serewballville.
, Most directors certalblY
the top-notchers are under
private contract th movie mak makers;
ers; makers; They are obliged to work
regardless of a strike.
The Strident element of the
those demanding a
strike, are' unemployed and
would have nothing to lose
and not Much 40 gain. by
hitting the brie
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iit 10 aTP) A comii note .ividded by
1
movieland, prOducers who appear to be
is, facing s unconcerned Oil the ttrItt: A
i industry- opokesman for 'several moguls
robably will Biid they ,.would -be--dliffhted
TV produc- by a strike... It 'would kive. them
., '. an opportunity to try their
tors' Guild, hands, at directitig; --,--- 's i
1.00 directors t t Mny membert r 'clue's tlot
Drs. has set ,whether" directors-On -be', cOn cOn4or
4or cOn4or neit siderecl. as ..' labor. instead It
ajort studios zariegernent : ank7 their, :hearts
li producers aren't irt,''the-sstrilts--MoveNeti, 1
:, the Guild 'ertheless, the Guild 'TO ims V2
-' '- t,, per centt- rif tile. membership
usiness this votecile strike.- .t-i, ',,' -.: ',
But not Iry ---, ,-- 1 ,- N-!- I
. ' ' ', ,,Toe ,, Youngerman, 4' executive
--,' certamlY secretary-, of, the Guild, is, one
- are under of the few souls -taking the sit,
movie mak- uation seriously.' orrom now
(ed to work IV he says, "no membeT will
Ice. be able to sign personal eery!
nent of the ice contract. without first sub submanding
manding submanding a rotting it to the Guild...,
ployed and "I'm- sure. our members won't
g to lose .4.-. work until a-"Pew, contract 18
gain ...; by signed 'with the Guild," : ,,
, ; Director Henry Xing, one iot
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toe and skinnythszerin women's
footwear., eager Vivier,t desid,ner
for 2$ rears'rsays no other.typa
of shoe Is glitteihs becoming 'With
either tile chemise Or trOpeze
bouette, Vivier designs thk Dior
shoe .collection. He clime New
York to, nreview the loll lino. He
showed the medium height heCI,
shooed tte look higher, for both
daytime and evening.

the great ones, says have a
contract with 20th Century.Fox,
And would have to work If
they asked me."
Roy lowland, ',Merlyn Leroy,
Richard Thorpe and Leo. Mc McCarey
Carey McCarey are other veteran mega.
Phoners (as they say on the
sound stages) who must abide
by eontractual tomnittments.
The Guild also 'win be
thwarted by. producer-director
'suck aa George Stevens,, Cecil
B. l)eMille, and 'Sol Siegel,t 113
well as producer director
actors Gene Kelly, Robert Cum.
mints, 'Dick Powell and 'Jackie
Cooper, ,
Pit a director owns 51 per
cent of the picture or TV shows
he's diredting, he doesn't have
to abide,,by the strike," says
Youngerman,

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fluor!.waters drove famil!cs-to b
the seand storie5 of their tonics a
in. Catlettsburg, Ky yesterday and'
cut o'l an enLire section 4)1 Den. s
ver.
Another major floOd crest ro'l ro'led
ed ro'led down the Ohio River, flooding
homes and closing schools. 'Sew I v
storms crackled over Texas and,a
Oklahoma, but skiescleared and t
flood threats eased In ether parts s
of the southlanth 2 t

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Kentucky's weeklong flood or-
deal reached its climax as the
swollen Big Sandy's crest swept I
down on Catlettsburg, where the
river joins the Ohio.
A crest of 57.7 teet, 'nearly six 1
feet above rood stage, was ex-
pected r id a y night and the
town's flood wall. was only three
quarters eompleted.
' About 250 .amilies fled to tem temnotary
notary temnotary quarters In the city hall,
first storing their furniture in
freight cars.. Other families were
living Pn the top floors of their
homes, while the first floors were
under w t e r. Auxiliary police
from Ashand, Ky., moved m to
help with flood relief and to keep
unauthorized persons from t e
area,
Vostream, thousands of flood
reuqees returned. to their homes
' at Paintsville, Prestonburg and
Martin, Ky., as the Big Bandy's
waters receded, rapidly.
- While the Kentuckians were wise
in thi3 lechniques of flood-fighting;
Denver caught. o.f gUar
by a two-inch -downpour which
.ssomed cloudbUrat Proportions
in thg usually arid city. ,
Two days of rain isolated Den.
ver's southeast -section. kerne
streets ,bcesme rivers from curb
to curb snd ,sioulbalging arted
- along smith 'side business streets.
The valley Fighway.1 a ,pisin
traffic artery, was c'osed. to trotDenVer--oricials
said da-mage so
far wail not serials. But they
feared what mould ,haopen tO
noorly-drained Denver if the loins
ertinue., - 4
B.-ck in. tbe East, the Ohio's I
flood crest threatened southern
Otoo. Indieng itnti Illinois.
Barrier gates were dom. at
fline;onstl P5 the river t;nnti'llerl
to r1,-e at- tha rate if a tenth of
foal an hour. Unstre the
1 Pei rrog3' ikked for boa's to
1 evacuate 17mlifel.ob a 10,10 be.
tween Portsmouth .snd Wheelers

IODERIUMISVIER,TO COLD NISERI

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The rainy season is now In full
swing tere in Panama and with
it the inevitable increase of colds
and Jespiratry ailments. For
thosi of yOu, who are suffering
from colds,, good news is at
hand;, ,
,Now you ',can treat youi, cold
Miseries for as long 'as they last
without the fear et the stomacn
upset that SO often follows the
taking 'of aspirin.
BUFFERIN brings .marvelously
fast relief from cold miseries. It
acts twice as fast as aspirin and
never upsets your stomach.
Therefore, you. can take all the
BVFP'ERIN you need (as direct directed
ed directed on the package) to relieve the
distress, the sore throat, the

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burg. Sorre sehoo"s" (' :
alcwg the ril cr.
10oAn the rekte ia!'
streams clo.-,'Pd n:rie r h.
diva. Foo6Aaters a
.armland near Cairo, 1,1.
btorm plagued Texas. mean.
while, weathered more tro,40.:as
and freakish winds. West 'texas
had barely recovered tnm- a
storm caused rowel 1.1,,lure in
hundreds of titles and towns when'
new storms broke out along the'
TIXIS -' Oklahoma border. Hail
stones is big as baseballs thud.
ded down in the Austin art,
Elsewhere, parts of the north.
WI had their first good look 'al
the stin In weeks. But cool weatIta
et accompanied t h e sunshine,
holding temperatures in the 40's
and 50's trom Michigan into the
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Lona Sears Dance,
Class Graduation :
Exercises Thursday
,
Graduation eltercises for the
Lona Sears Cotil ion CIASS will be ,',
delu Ihursday at 7 o'clocit at tne
American,Legion Club at Fort
Amador. ,
Mrs. Jean Canavaggio will be 7
honored guest and will award
diplomas to atudents who have
teen lauding dancing to the past
year.. Marilyn Slotkin will be
mistress of ceremonies and Bo.
bert, tlikulich will be, mater 9f k
teremonies. Lona Sears wi 1 aw.
,ard a gold, cup to tile' student
making the most progress in (lane.
ing, poise, and social graces.,
There will be ,A five dollars Cash
award given by Mrs:Sears to the
amateur photographer taking the
best picture of the father-daughter
or mother-son dancers.
Parents and friends of the stud- ,,,
eats are invited to attend. L
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LONDO1
1 ment in Britain increased by 110
1 000 during the period from March ','
1, 17 to April 14,;thes,,, labor minis
'reported yesterday.' The,.. total
number of unemployed on April,
14 -was 444,000,' or two per cent
of the working force. Of the total,'
408,000 were wholly' unemployed
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amt the Ternainder temkorarily
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fever all other painful IntSP
ries that accompany a cold.
Next time a,cold atrikes -- start
and stay with :
All over the world, people are
finding that SUPTERIN is the
modern answer to cold miseries
and painful headaches.. In the
United States of America, SUF SUF1PERIN
1PERIN SUF1PERIN is the No., 1 analgesic in
sales. :1,
BIJIPFERIN is now available in
rename, in the newr handy two
tablet pack as well as in the 12
'tablet bottle perfect for carry.
Ing in purse or pocket and the
38 tablet bottle ideal for family
use, in the, home. SITU le
on sale, at all drugstore,S in. the
Itepublio of PanaMi., V Add.

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. 1 v."litillift.flar-rn.gs,marvelouslY Pa-ni-MATI-n- the new,. handy tw() ,
. . Pit a director owns 51 per acts twice as fast as aspirin and tablet 'bottle perfect for carry.
. 1. 1-k ' .. AKRON, Ohio (UP): .- Hyman .- ''' , fast relief from cold miseries. It tablet pack
. .i ,. --''. '. cent of the picture or TV shows never upsets your stomach. ing in purse or pocket and the
''''''' he's direCting, he doesn't have Therefore, )(on can take all the 35 tablet bottle ideal for family
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of br. Ricardo Alfaro, member of Mexico, City, formerly of Qolf 'Alma
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log 'poise., and social graces. ,
. ,"",, Tw";t1d'a78110"1" 'r'uain'"I'st-.0'i'a-"tet'd-D-6:.' making the mst'progress in danc. t
.t. -----..-----r, ,.:. ,..... ed from Soroptimist members at , ver's -Southeest ,,section., 4i ool e'
't Maduro's or at Maurer Florist ti, streets beceme river, from curb d iven b. MrS"Sears to the ''.: 1
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, ... e ,"1- .. Colon ot May .be purchased 'at the : to curb, and sendba'tsing, r,t.erted awa-r g , Y
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nest picture of the father-daughter :-.,',
limateur pootographer taking, the .,,"'.: ''
reservations are being' taken bY re
,:: .... PINANA Pig R he Ve"ev Fighw7-i'.' 'ilt 'main inother-son dancers.:- I ,' ;
1-' 1 '' '' '' ..'1.4a. bttalAR.- If R6Sr4)t '''''- : ., ,' Mary Lou Crawford. at Margari
, traffic, artery, was,c'sed, to .traf. or
Parents and friends of the' stun- i,
, AIL .,. '',, G tAlk .,,. ,...., ta 2342 or ?Jereecles !Ferro at Co- 1,
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h 8 000 during the period from Match !,','
S t d t 7-30 t th C' ti ''' Th d e de ''' httte' for. the fashion show, by 'Ars..A. '.7. Mc& ;flood 'crest threstered soot erg I .
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Producers Eager 'To Try Directing totai
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to-Chtb,.,,r7f the- iliajor stotlioe xna!lagetrienif:Atn4.7Elleiltijitlar 3 either, the ,cbemise 'Or trapeze all i8.', ,:;,:-'.:,; '''',.1-:A,,!:,!:;,;.::::.:::!-S,:::::!:!::'i.,0:::::: .... :::::'''':!!!;',: '' : -..:,!::. :
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ago -, , ...., ,,,4 -; .4.., ;n 11117 Other', business, this voted- to' strike.- i.t., -t ''',:',';'':' '," 'showed the 'Inedium height' hel-, I,..','.,;;er-,:."iii.'" ' '"4,:::'.:.'..!:!:!:.'..:;..:.'.'.4.:..:.ii.:'.'n ''''': 11 ,. :
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26. Borewballville. --t," ...'!-',., ''' .". '.::,,loo ,,,YoUngerman, rt'exeCutive - ''
- t -. musk by ..,.:..., :,: .. 1 rived Thursday night with his Most : directors. ,0-;-''' certainly secretarr:of, the- Guild,-- Is one , - ., .,, .,..!,-7,:::i:...,--,;::'i t
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'. .. ,..' ,', in Los Angeles eince last Septem," would have nothing' to lose ,,- work, until'. a--new, contract 18 Richard Thorpe ; an Le,n". Mc. .', ,,,,,., ,, , ,,
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hitting the brie ' t' Director Renry, Icing, One int '13horiers .(as they ;ay On .the swing tere in Panama an
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NEIN 11" 111,.0111
and who wag oh' his honeymoon ii
1 ,1111 Asaatakimbol rti, 14111, tam.. .1.11 i i lin ilk Vok 1 rol rik VIA rlk ow PI lut I

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Ponamet 22, -11 Strtui No. 12-83 Tel. 2,0670 Celan! Segos 111c1g. Tot. 1097
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hy Mrs. L vb.itham
ard Mrs. Ray H. Christy.
Matc.hed toornament play prizes
were WO n by Mrs. Richard Lively,
Mrs. Jackson Campbell and Mrs.
David E. Allen. Rurmers-up receiv receiving
ing receiving prizes were Mrs. Robert Boy.
ce, Mrs. Wilham L. iNitham and
Mrs. Itichard A. Davis. COnSOlit
tion flight prizes for the matched
play tournament were won by
MrE Arthur P. Hurr and Mrs.
Edward L. Pierson.
- For the Medalist Tournament,
prizes were 4warded to Mrs. Tru.
man 'Landon, Mrs. Carlel
Kade. Mrs. Pad Musgrave and
Mrs. Robert Boyce. Winners tri
the February Ringer Tournament
were Mrs., Dean Mansfield, ,Mrs.
William D. Akers, Mrs. Mark T.
Mooty and Mrs. Charles Kade.
Winner: in the Ringer Tournament
he'd in January were Mrs. Ray
Christy; Mrs. Dean Mansfield and
Mrs. Andrew Jewell.
MrS. Witham WaS
Golf 'League Chairman and Mrs.
Dean E. Mansfield was her co.
chairman.
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Italian Ambessador Will
Entertain Al Cocktail Party
The. Ambassador of Italy
Paname,-' Dr. Mario Majoi and
Mrs. Majoli willentertain fa
cocktail party at the Embassy re.
sidence on Wednesday from tn.

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Elk's Ledge'' ,,
Mother's Dey Serviae
'The Panama Canal Zone Loege
No. i1414, of the Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks will hold
their annual Mothers Day Service
at, the home on La Boca Read
this afternoon at 4:30. ,
Vena Bennett, sopran? soloin soloinwiil
wiil soloinwiil render several selections. She
will be- accompanied at the plane
by Leon Odenz and Don. Randel.
Miss Bennett bas appeared public.i

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Don't tell yourself you can t
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of meeting a stranger easy and
serves to. keep things pleasant at
a large party.
Making small talk is a social
necessity, unless you want to be
a wallflower,and a worry to your
hostess.... ,

VOTE ENOS IN TIE
INDIANAPOLIS. t Ind.- (11?)--
The race for Democratic commit.
teeman in an Indianapolis pre.
cinct ended in dead heat be.
tweenlMs J. Ball and Clifford
Woodson this week. The vote was
0.0. Neither the candidates nor
any voters cast ballots.
JOB AVAILABLE
TOKYO (UP) -4, Job seekers
summoned by postcard to in em
oloyment agency -were angered
Thursday ;when they were greeted
not by, at-offer of work but by
a spiel from a, recruiter for the
military forces. .7 '

ly around the Isthmus- with Bat
boa High School groups and loc local
al local bands, Leon dens serves as
accompanist for the yarious Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High School Music Organize OrganizetiOn$.
tiOn$. OrganizetiOn$. Don Bandel, outstanding
Balboa Bigh 'School senior, is as assistant'
sistant' assistant' conductor to Vjetor A,
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' Guest speaker at the service will
be ChapIaiii pollingsworth of the
United States Navy.
' The general public ls cordially
Invited ts bitten& Light refresh.,,,
ments wilt be served followipg the
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A
student ifroni 'Athens. Minardos
now is 'hi ,pictures here. ;,,'
"Oar 'marriage was a spilt, of
the, moment' decision,'" Power
said. -,"We made uo,,our minds
within 24 tiours. ,-- ,,
'The peculiar 'part, of it was

that kilo Maid who married Us WAS
named Tyrbne Williams. bet
this wss the firsLtime a man
milined Tyrone ,has married an another
other another man namedTyrone outside
of Ireland."
Asked during stopover In Dal.

WINNERS in the Albrook Officers', Wives Golf League Medalist Tournament lhowri hoiding
their pdzes which were awarded at the annual golf luncheon held at the Albreott Officers'
Club.. From: left Ur right are Mrs. ,Truman U. Landon, Mrs. Charles B. Rade, Mrs. Patti Mus Musgrave,
grave, Musgrave, and medalist and, championship flight winner, Mrs. Robert E. Boyce.

lea,' deelile 10 get
married in,Tunlea,the actor said:
Debble's folks live, therc
int, might Say for sork o! senti
menlal reasons; They grow lot
of cotton Oroubd there.,Wa'Fetty
count,ry,",,1-

LIMA, Peru Vice Pre,ident
Nixon, on violence against oult by
Communist-led demonstrators:
"I realize the demoestrators
were from a small minurey. not
the heart of the students nor the
people of Peru."

MINNEAPOLIS,-Mino Terry
Knutson, 18, the son of U.S. Rep.
Coya Knutson, on his fathPr's plea
that ahe pass up a bid lor d third
term:
"It was father in the first place
who gave hi3 permission or my
mother to run for politicaloffice."

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LINCOLN. NellDefense Attor Attorney
ney Attorney T. Clement Gaugha.k onering
a plea of insanity in his opening
statement in the Charles ,Stark-,
weather murder trial:
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Charlie Starkweather killed Rob Robert
ert Robert Jensen (one of 11 persons ',he
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WAS-,IINGTON' ill') r
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cused of lAtally stou- a
young prize tignter as he 1,,, .1
a gutter, WAS put en tne I,
"ten moit-wanted fu;.,,,,es" ; ;
yes',erday.
The FBI joined New York t i
police in a nationwide man' t
for Szialo. He is aceu;sel i I
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Menditto and'Al man had leaned
out,and pumped three shots into
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dies were ,awarded to Mrs. Tru. 1 ant to be , s, ';',. ,,: ,, ' ' ' for help and; saw the
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the committhe Ringer Tournament teeman in an Indianapolis pre.
cinct ended in a dead heat be betweenRMs
tweenRMs betweenRMs J. Hall and Clifford
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Charlie Starkweather killed Rob- Menditto and' a man had leaned
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nloyment agency -were angered 'WINNERS in the Alhrook officers', Wives Golf, League Medalist Tournament ''showit holding ' -,
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their pdzes which were awarded at the annual golf luncheon held at the Albreott Officers' ,,'''' ; : '., ' ', -. ..! ., ,,,'. (
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Erave and medalist and, championshipflightwinne,r, Mrs. Robert E. Boyce. ,. ", ,, ,
, 1," t ,8- .. A, 0' t 0 Mrs. Majoli will' -entertain 1,4$ ,ii military forces. a -T. ,, ' '' '' '' ' ,'' , ,', ., , .' ,.. ',1,. --
, '' i l''' --1 '',-, cocktail party at the EmbassY re. --------------.....- ----, student ifroni 'Athen. Minardos thak the mg who married US WAS las,' Teir.,,, why he decided 'te get I ,' : ' , ,.
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- '' ' ' til I p m kt- , , '' boa High School groups and loi. ) "Our "marriage was a Sphr, of this was the firsL Anne a man ',Veil. Debbm a folks live, there. , - ,
. v ,f ,, , ,' , '-',,',.".' t al bands., Leon ,Odent ser,ves as the: moment'. deci,sion,"' Power stained Tyrone ,has married an- Yeti might Say for sor,t, ta! senta. , . ,, yt L
- ,, Elk's Losl9e- ,, ,,,,i i ,,,, '' accomPartist for the ,various Bal. said. -,"Wo made up our minds other man named Tyrone outside menlal reasons; They grow a lot . ,., , ',,,,-01
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within g4 liours. k- ''',-- ; ,-, of Ireland."' ' , of cotton around there. ,It's prettY 1 ',- r. ''. ''' , , i li,
' ' ' Thf Panama- Canal Zone Loege bons. Don Randel, outstanding 4'The peculiar 'pskt, ei it, vitas ,! Asked during stopover in Dal. country." 1- 'i , 1 ., , ...,,I ,' :" -'
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Johnny practices the "sled", or prone glide as it is technically
terntet t In wrait-dbep Water be "leans forward with -arms ex ex-
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MINUEND p :b 118
JI)MP' QUICK B -Aguirre.- 110'
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MATRICULADO , ; ..f RodrigUet 113
-; ROSE 'OF WORLD 108
'THE' GIPSY B Haeza 102
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LARK' ,
, 'r t.14' :Vasquez ..112
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'LOBO '' ; Re es
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'DISTINGO ,-' II:,Gutines 115
'EMPIREtROSS than' s' '108
VinDLING : Aliariz 108 :'

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NEW YORK, May 10 JD?) -- tes piled up their biggest single." ,--.
Whitey Ford and Ryne Duren game run total of the season to-
hitysatodnkeaeys PlohtilhadveLptohirya Finhilths elarndiast, Orin; .:1
ximbined to blank the Washing- day for a 14-a ,rout over .- the ,,-.
abln Sthene a..Wkireawtm. 'Polk
stretched their American League starts.. ,,,, : T ..:, 4, -.,
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Lead to two and onehalf games The Phila pomided 12-hits off
with an 8-0 victory.; .' - winner Vernon Law who went
Ford, who was hit 'on the left the distance for his fourth' t
itht:frrteoawnthrme bytbamY raeelaitiliretvteerdr -pBoint ItelbhiritnWg giPeBsitcleeyr!, snintiracaltuiegdshintbgaOvsktixecdtheritriMaliaasiwthe'sbli5to-ewhasim.ts, 7, ')...";'
en' innings. Ile struck out five 4..... , ... , I
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batters and yielded all Washing- '- ST. LOUIS, May 10 (UP)The ,,,4
ton's hits while posting his stc- St. Louis Cardinals sweated out ,,
ond victory of the season. A a ninth irming uprising today to ',-
frain,es. '',..., -,,
postgame examtnation revealed edge the Chicago Cubs 3.-L ....4,
that his Iniury was not serious. Vinegar Bend Mizell, the start-;,''''
'- Duren struck out ,, five ,more er and winner, had clear sail.
batters while holding the SAnr ing, up 'to the final frame, Bat I'.
' ' .1."0..; 'alp- ), .....,- ryMa izilljenallge'sikestoiannrstdreb
ators hitless over the final two when Ernie ,Banks opened with 1,'"4 I
1,11rse,sdrLearvert.,,..,,,, 3
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sYttsburgh Firs- the big lefthander's first victory .:'
Th, PeITraSmBURpagiCingH, pi
4 against t,hree defeats A ' ',;
.2: O. Sadler (B) ''- , ' --;.--- : ,, ..
3. D..- McLain (II) '' ' DETRorr, May 10 (DP) Ray 1
4. G. Anderson B) ' BOone singled in Harvey Kuenn t'
' 100 F.S. Girls'. 4 with' the winning run In the 4th
' ,. ',- Time 1:18 , . trifling today to give the-Detroit -',
1. C. Holmes () -" :.'' - Tigers a 3-2 victory over 'Kansas- '"
, 2. D. Hickey (C) ; ,'., '' ',. City and dron the skidding AthL 1.
3. S. Spector (C) 'is '', letics from. third place.' '' .$ 1,
4. J.' Fernandez' (C) .. The A's loaded the bases hi. ''.'
.,- 100 F.S. Boys ..,,-, .. ,,. the ninth on an infield single ,-: 1
. ) ". '2 Time 1:05.7 and two walks, one of thern in-,
'1. D. Ryter (B) 0record):k .7 : tentional, but Billy Hoeft struck
. 2. J. Snodgrass. (BY ..- ., out pineh bitter Dave Melton- ',
3. E. Citimintham (B) .-.,' and got 'Mike Baxes' to ground -,'
,.' 4. C, Crawdord C) ,,' : i "- into a 'force play to end the '-
' 100 Breast Girls ' game. '' ''' "'"--- "".P "....
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. Time 1:57.7 '. - --....4-. ' ' .,'1
'" 1. G. Favorite (C)'',. '4-4.. '''' '' i MILWAUKEE,' 'W13,,',14. 0,-.- t
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2. P. 'Theriot (C) ''..- - (1111)ktome runs by Joe"Adcoce
' 3 K Cez (B) ' ,,, and pinch-hitter Del Crandall is
. M. Washabaugh (C) ' ') iri the seventh inning:handed; ',
-P. '',.,.,,,100 Areesr, SeyS.:': !TT'i Harvey Haddix,alid the Cinc,inr,r,
-. '4 "' i ,L. ,T '" ;',. 1 nati Redlegs Atheit sectind .. ..
''.. ''': '' Time 1:38 1. straight 5-3 defeat by theT, Mil-
111. Maxwell (B) '., , ';' !. waukee Braves todeT '441 l'k 't.
' 3. B. Cox (B) ., ', ; CHICAGO, May 10 (13P)..-Lit.
41 D. Browne B) .. ,. .,', tle Nellie Fox and towering Rari-,,'
'' 150 Ind. Medley Girls dy Jackson batted in four runi,:
'.' ''- ,4 Time 2:32.5 ; ,,.' today, to pace the Chicago,Whtte ,.
, 1.. .1.'Seamon (C) .,. ,-.. ' Sox to a 5-4 victerY overttlin:
2.--D. Horned () z. ". ' , Cleveland ndiana and hen Dick
2 HO Ind. Msttle'v Beyi Donovan to his first'mound win
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. ,..:- it, ; Time 2:06.2 4, of the season. ,, ,, .r...
4, 1. 71..11.3rter' iFIV ...,. , The victory, second ''' .in ,two,;,
' 2. 'T. Dugan ,(0) ,', '.,,' ' days over the' Indians, Marked '"..
3.' I. Sanders ,(C) ''' . the first Complete game of "the,
4. R. (7sidwell '(B), ',, campaign tor the, 'Mae ;Box te,
-- 200' Mitt Palsy Girls right-hander, 'Who failed to fin- rt,
I ' Time 305.8 ish three previous starting, 23-.4,,
.. Mack D. Parned,(B) I , Singnmerits. ,' .. ...,,,..! al
, Breast. E. Cox ,. ' : ' 1.4-,-'--.' '. -.., ., 0 i L",
- Antterfly ---,M Rowe ,' ' 'BALTIMORE, Mr14-' May 10 ,---,,,''.
, r.s.. -:,... B. Smith .. tvp) --- Lefty jack Harshroanc.14.
' Beck' ;',IP 'Collint ,C) a questionable factor iri the lizial, -,-
' (Breast '....,' G. Wavorite t" '.'1i t timore Orioles', -,pitching'Igans ,,,,
. .:',,'"erfl,'. -- P.. 'rherlot '. -'. before the start of the, season : ,
'''' -"' n Tiler, because of a back ailment, gave ye
" ' -200 tsA4 P:3'" Girls '' up only- five hits today -UV beat :,'
'' '.. A, TiMe '2:324 ..,,, ,4 the Boston Red Sox, 5-2, for WS":
! Rack. ,A. Seott'(111 fifth straight victory. ..,- - t I,.,"
' Breast R. Hessler '- '' .'' Hershman; obtained front tie ....,
' Retterflv M, Budge- White Sox In a winter deal, ran ...,
.. rs. -- D- Sileorsid - .' ' ., into control trouble in, the,sixtlis'If
' Mita .., J. Mirshmit '," ' seventh and eighth irinings, but 1 )
... Breast --- C,' De Tore '- ,...' ,' Ott two of these occasions he was : '-;.
Brtterly' T. 'Dagen ,". bailed out by Baltimore double ,' t
FS. .,-,,, C.- Crawford . plays. ,,. ''' 1 ,,... 4

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',The best two-year-old native thoroughbreds
will match strides this afternoon in ,the $1,000 ad added
ded added five furlong Carolina Mendez de Chiari Classic
at the President Remon racetracL
Only three starters will face 1
rruti, thriller over Sunfalr with Diocese
the barrier. They are Tuti
T11.;0 .nri rinn 1.1liq Adi 4 tht third. Vasque; rode Affiliation
,

il-an-q-uita and Don Luis. All 4 the
other, entries were withdrawn be because
cause because of ailments or other rea-1
sons. .
Blanquita, the fastest of the
epecialist Fernando Alvarez. This
three. will be ridden by classic
speedy daughter of Aprontes-Ros'
zoning should make every post
a winner without too much trou

,,, Don Luis, which will have hust hustling
ling hustling Heliodoro Gustines in t h e
1 Saddle, seems next b e s t. 'Don
1' Luis, usually a slow starter, could
1 aurprise if he gets Oil to a faster
1 beginning than usual. ,? i
, A Tuti Fruti has ahown nothing to
Indicate a creditable performance.
; She was a bad trailer -in her de.
, but and has shown little improve improve,,
,, improve,, ment in her workouts. Arnett Cre Cre1
1 Cre1 didio will do the booting.
i .,- The winning rider will receive
1 a gilt of PO froom Dr. P E4hlard0
Chiari Jr., son of the late', 'Mrs.
' Chiari in whose honor the race is
being run. Mrs. Chiari was an ar ardent
dent ardent Juan Franco turfite from its
,, early dayt and continued to be ,ii
, horse racing fan Up to the time

of her demise. ,, ,
1 The secondary' attractlon makes I
' in numbers 'what the c I a s s i c
' lacks. Tiiis race, the Nurses" Day
handicap, has' ,, attracted' eleven
' attrters and should alse,outstrip
the, feature in thrills. , 0'
'',1ose of the World, Lark, Distin Distingowand
gowand Distingowand Minuendo are the ones
mitt likely to be battling it out
atahe finish for the major share
of 'the $500 purse: Also entered for
thil seven furlong dash are
' Jump Quickr Matriculado, ; T h e
1 Cipsy, Cartillero, Lebo,:Empire
, ,Cross and Joe's Fiddling.
,I Nine other rsces are Included
, on:an attractive card. ,-,
I fYesterday was "veterans day"
'al, the racetrack: Bias Aguirre had
, on4 of his rare good days by boot boot!.
!. boot!. ing home three winners while Itu
belt Vasquez,-,who has, also been
taking his, lunips recently, had an
N equal amount of first place,finish place,finish'
' place,finish' ers.. .- -'1,,. -,,,t ',-,:i ', .,' '''
Aguirrlootid home t.King's
Perk it-tlirilling rine-and-one-half
length winner in the featured $750
seven furlong dash for second, se series
ries series imported thoroughbreds., Me Menet
net Menet was second and Forever
third. .- s -. ,,,, ,,,, ,,,
1 ,, The secondar attraction ',' was
I taken by Affiliation Orde '1
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1Fritalito :
2E1 Fakir
3,Pastoreo
4Black Bea
SAlanquita
6-01livar
7Zumar

'Park; 'which paid $6 to
win, turned the seven furlortgs in
1:25 2-54 Affiliation Order, which
paid $7, did the same journey in
, The dividends:
; first Race
1Emily Mary $3.40, $2.20
2Sober View $2.80
,, Second Race
, 1Don Lucho $6.80, $3.80
' $3.20
Double: $16.80
Third Race
1Daniel $3.40, $3.40
2,Bugaba $5.20
, One-Two: $19.80
' Fourth Race
- 1Sahri $3.00, $2.80
2--Don Manuel $6.60,
Quiniela: $10.80"
Fifth Race
1Gazapo $2.60, $2.40
2Plaboy $2.80 1 4
' Sixth Race''
1Maria Stuardo $3.00, $2.20
2Dawn Song $2.60
"- Seventh Race
1--King's Park $6.00, $3.40
2,--Menel $3.60
Double: $11.40
' Eighth Race
'' 1MI Cautiva $3.20, $2,60
2Doble Fija, $2.60 fir
Quinielat $7A 0
, Ninth Race
1Parasol $3.40, $2.80'
2Riotous $6.60 ,
, One-'rwot $34-80 A
' Tenth Race
fAffillation Order $7, $2.60
2Stmlair $3.00
! Eleventh Race
! 1Riseal $3.40, $3.00
2Ratilante $3.00

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Grimilds
Ramo
1,Certsmen
Don Luis
Crews Hill
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8Lucky Sky Alcoraz
9Minuondo Rose of tho W.
10Govilan Souk!' Four
Wohder Chit

. (wreaching:,,lohnny To Swiin,7, do.lt-yourself' nianuall
tor parents, is now available st your Red Cross Cesters,
libraries and swimming pools in the Canal Zone.
, (Parents.who prefer to have their children tsught in
4 group classes should register then) with the. Summer Re.
t creational Program in their community, Trained Red, Cross
instructors will be at, all pools.) 'Li.

Race Track Grcded Entries

P.P. Hors' Jockey St. Comment
1st Ras C "Nativss 7 Furlongs Pars $42500 Pesi
' Ist RACE OF THE DOUBLE
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1Kalalu 7. Bodrigues.110 Enjoying' rare form
2Frijo lito A. Crechdio 111 Hard to beat Imre
3Marcelita B. Bans 108 Jockey should help
,41Tinela H. Gustines 108 -Was never better
,5-1fosikito B. Aguirre 1.10,Will be tlose up

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2nd Rico lith Series Imp. Fps. Pugs S400.00 Pool Closes 1:30
- .2nd RACE OF THE DOUBLE
H. Sales 108 Ran well in last 5-1
2Pamcus J. Phillips,.106 Could get up here 3-1
3Resuelto B. Baeza 115 Has strong iinish 5-1
4Violin Viejo B. Aguirre 115 Best early foot 5-1
dY
5E1 Fakir ,H. Gustines 105 Reportedly rea 4-1
8Noga lino J. Cadogan 110 Always dangerous , 5-2
7Cambrioleur E. Ortega 102 Longshot possibility 10-1
8Grimilda A. Credidio 115 Knocking at door 2-1
9(Oca la Miss Jose Rodrig. 104 Has late, rush 3-1
10(Dun J. Avila 115 Dangerous contender 3-1
12Amat) I 105 &Bad legs hamper 10-3

4th

1Jui le
2Pichoto
3--Sa Pa
4-7-Radical
5Certamel
6namadur

3Sapa
47Radical
5Certamen
6Damadura
7--Black Bee

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1Fiettro
2Bacancito
3Fenix
4Topacio
5Alcaraz
6Lucky Sky
7Narcotico
8Pibe Lindo
9Canterina

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3rd Race Potros Non-Winners" F Purse 2650.00 Pool Mies 2:00

' ONE TWO

Rao Nativos

ITuti Frati
2Blanquita
3Don Luis

MIM

Wives 6 Furlongs Furs 6374.00 Pool
1 MAMBA
J. Jimenez 110 Last was dtibious"
.A. Vasquez 118 ;Could surprise
A. Lourdes 105x Dangerous contender
B.' Aguirre 115, ....Reportedly improved
Baeza 105 --Jockey should help'
O. Chanis 105 Could surprise ,
H. Gustines 112 Form indicates

6th Race Sth Series imp. Fgs.Purse $500.00

8th Race 4th Series Imp. 7 Fga. Purse $600.00
' CRIMEA

Pool Cloiei-3

-1Calrucha A. Gonzales 106 ,Not against these
2Escardillo Gustines 110 Hard- to catch here 1
.3Oliver A.' Credidio 110 Serious effort tow
:4Silver Heels B. Aguirre 112 Not with this rider
.75Crews Hill J., Rodriguez 113 Despite short distance
6Mouche G. Sanchez us -Gets another test here

7th Ric 7th Series Imp 7 Fat, Purse $400.00 Pool I
i 2nd RACE OF THE DOUBLE
flNeeful Rodriguez 110 --Returns from layoff
; 2Pasatiempo 13.Aguirre 110 --Last was dubious
3Julio Verne C. Ruiz 113 Could surprise t
4Coral G. Sanchez 115 Has beaten better
5Zumar B. Baeza 108 Should be close up
13Golden Corn C. Quiros 102 Would pay bff
7I Forget O. Chanis 110 Depends on start
8Blue Zulu Credidio 108 Could be upsetter
9Salero, ft a A. ,,Reyes R. 108 --Nothing in months
1.0(Mezereum H.' Gustiner,103 Reportedly4,ready
11Cindertrack A. Vasquez 110 --Won last time

Pool loses

4:10

1Plorete .A. Credidio 106 Vastly improved
2Eros J. Phillips 108 Better this time
3Pastoreo G., Sanchez 110 In fight to finish
4Licenaciado ,B. Aguirre 112 LLast was revealing
5Ramo B. Baeza 106 Jockey may decide

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A. Vasquez 115 Must go lower ,
, J. Rodriguez 115 Can score here
A, Lowless 97xRturns 'front layoff
M. Hurley 113 A.-Could score again
Gustines 105 Will fight it out

,1--Minuendo ) M, Hurley 118 Accident In last
2Jump Quick B. Aguirre 110 ,Early speed only
3Matrieulado J. Rodriguez 113 Above head here
4Rose Of The W. G. Sane. 108 --Could make it now
' SThe Gipsy - B. Baeza 102 Not good enough
0Cartillero J. Gongora 105 Lacks early speed.
7Lark .'" A. Vasquez 112 --Doesn't seem likely
, 8Lobo A. Reyes.R. 105 Depends on iltart
9--Distingo Gustines,115 Form indicates
10ampire Cross O., Chanis 108 --Couldsget up here
11(Joes Fiddling r. Alvarez '30 ,-I.Jsually gets left
,

- Odds
Pool Closes 1:00

2-1
5-2
5-2
2-1
4-1

5-1
3-1
' 5-1
5-1
4-1
5-2
10-1
2-1
, 3-1
3-1
10-1

3-1
2-1
2..1
5-2

Pool dosoi 2:36

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5th Race 3loareld Nevis's 5 Fgs.Careline Mondes de Chieri
t Purse 51000 Peel Cleses3 :01
Frati A. Credidio 112 Not good enough
2Blanquita Alvaret 112 Should 'score easily
3Don Luis H., Gustines 115 Could get up in time

4-1
, 5-1
3-1
4-1
2-1
10-1
, 3-2

Classic
50-1
' 1-2
EVEN

40

- 15--1
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3-1
5-1
2-1
4-1

4-1
3-1
10-1
, 5-1
5-2
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Pool Clem CO

A. Vasquez 115 ....Must go lower ,, 10-1
J. Rodriguez 115 Can score here 10-1
A- Louz less 97xRturns 'front layoff 50-1
M. Hurley 113 ...Could score again 3-1
Gustines 105 Will fight it out 2-1
, G. Rivera 115 Could be' whmer EVEN
A. Credidio 103 .7-Overgrown' plug , 10-1
E, Dario 103 Early speed only 30A
B. Baeza 115 ....Excluded from betting XXXX

9th Rocs 5th &tilos Imp. 6 Fgs.Purso 5500.00 Pool Closes 5:15
- 'Nurse's Day Handicap' Ono Two

lOth itaie.ist Series imp. 7, Fgs.Purse SION' Pee? Closes
1Grimilin : .H. Gustines 112 Seeks repeat, victory
2--Gavilan 14 Castillo 1,18 Always dangerous
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15-1
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A well attended swim meet, spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the Cristobal schools,
went off with all the thrills that
had been anticipated et the Fort
Gulick Pool on Thursday night
The meet, arranged by,Margarita
coach Louis Dedeaux, pitted Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal and Balboa High School
and Junior High Schools and re resulted
sulted resulted in a good spread of victo victories
ries victories for both sides of the Isthmus.
In the girls events Jean Sea.,
mon of Cristobal went off w it h
high honors, finishing f irs t in
three individual events. For the
boys,' Balboa High's Don Ryter
scored victor,les in the 50, 100 and
Incidividual medley and topped
off the leading performance of the
night with a record breaking'
0.7 5in the 100 meter free stryle
for boys.
, Another near spectacular show
was given, by young Charlene
Graves, a Jr. High student from
Cristobal, who came but 1-10th of
a second off 'the All Canal Zone
Record for girls in the 50 meter
free style event. Charlene's time
was recorded at 32.9 as compar compared
ed compared to the CZ record et 32.8.'' ,k
The second swim meet 'that
wM feature the teams from both
Cristobal and Balboa is scheduled
for the Gamboa pool Thursday,
May-15th at 2 p.m., ',4
A complete record of all the e events
vents events of last Thiirsday night. fol..

5:45

Z.)

' I 11- I '
I Junior High c oo
Interschool Swimming Moot
(Ail distancos aro in motors.
, 5111 F.S. Ciris
Tim 132. ..--...
.
1. C. Graves (C)' ? '. .,
''' 2. GoIrtgueroa (B)
- 3., J-Walker (B)
- 4. CB.' Mallorv B) --, ; .:
, , SO F.S- Revs r, ''
- -, ,- Tim ".32 3 ''''''
N.,.. k
' 1. I Manning (C)
,' 2. G., Boswell (13). '' '.
3. R. 'Iron Loon (It) --
' 4. L. behlinger (B) !-' ''.
- 50 pItterilv Airli
,
'', , Timo,:40.7
I. P. Dailey (C)-, ,
I 2. N. Morenev (13) : .- "1.
3. T. Dunn (Br, ,,
4. 'J. Walker B) '- ?. '..,
',. .0 Butkirfly5 llovs ,,'
, '"''' Time :39.0 .,
I. M. Holmes GB) ''-
, 2. R.:Schultz (B) ,'
3. R. Sehiedertu (C),
4. G. Cambv, (13) '.'", ..
,, 1. SO Iacic--Itiris
', Time :44.3
,,
I. G. Pitmen) (B)
2. F. Yost (B). ",-, ',, ;
k 3.11.'neiritt (e),4,,,,,:-.
' , 50 Back ROys '2;
'. Time 142.7
' I. T. Hassler 131 ,,
2. J. Manntng (C)t --
3. K. Harold (B)
4. R. LoMarka () ,;
, ., Inn 1F,$. Girls
' '' Time 1115.1 ',
. 1. C, Graves (C)
, 2. M.,Maluinev (73) :
3..M.. T3albirnie (13) -,
4. P. Helmeg (B) ,
' 100 Ig.S. ROVS
. Time 1:09.1
I. G. Slaughter (C) k
, 2. M. Holmes (13)
' ,3-11. Van Loon B)
4. G. Pnswell, (B) -, ,'
I : SO Breast Girls
' ' Tim :50.2
t L P, Dailey (C)
1 ". 2. 14. Feweitt (C) I
r.. -3: P. Yost (a) :
t 4. N. Moreney (B)

3Double Four J. Rodriguez 118
4Aguador G. Rivera 114

- 50 Breast Boys
, Ns Time P
1. S. Witkin (B)
2. R. Schiedegg (C) I
3.. J. Jackson C)
- 1" indTi.rnoM.2131.1144 41
1. C. Graves (C) -'
2. M. Mahoney (B) I
3.' P. Dailey (C)
150 Ind. Medley Says
. Time 2:14.4 ,
G. Slaughter (C)
2. M. Holmes (B) ,
3. G. Boswell (B) ,
, 4. D. Ness (B) -
200 Med. Relay Girls
; Time
Back --, F.- Yost B)..
Breast -0, J. Herring (B)"
Butterfly -- N. Morency,(B)
Free --- Mallory () e
(Back -I. 'Swenson (B1
'- Breast E. Whitney ; '
-Butterfly -- J. Wittiey
, T. s. M. Balbirnie
' 200 Med. Relay Boys
Time .2:55.5
Back Manning (C)
; Breast R. Schiedegg
Butterfly --- G. Slaughter
-- K.:Cooper
Back P. Denton (B) :
Brest B. Arey
(Butterfly --, E. Lindfors
- W. Ashton
, 200 F.S., Relay Girls
. Time 2:38.5
1. G. Figueroa (B), Walker,
M. Mahoney, T. Urill:
2, M. Plata B), 14.)Claire, N.
Turner. Phillips. ,
, 200 F.S. Relays Beys
2:30.
.1, B. Diger (13), HiKold,
Basting, ,Dehlinger:- :
, 2. R., Knox (B),, T., Henderson,
L. French, T., Hassler.
' 'High School; Interschool
Swimming Meet 8
t May 8, 1958 u ems
(All distances ars In nistsrs.1
, 50 F.S. Girlss
Time :35 z
'1. S. Spector (C)
.2. H. Spector (C) -
3., D. Hiekey.Ic) ,
4,13. Smith (B).
' SO P.S. Boys
' Time :27.2.
1. D.- Ryter (3)
2 C. Crawford C)
3. E. Cunnut' gharn (B)
4. 1., Sanderg (C) ..r:'
-100 Butterfly Girl's
TIM 1:93
1 I Seamon. (C)
2. Marion Howe (11)
, 100 Iluttenfly Sys ';.
Time ,1:26.8 1
: 1: T; Dugan (C)
Rddge
.3, D.' Btesh
4. M. Bettsak B) ,
' 200 ,F.S. Girls
' 3Time 3:033 ,
C. Holmes (B)
2. H. Spector (C)
3. J. 'Fernandez (C)
A. Wynne (C)
, 200 F.S. Boys
. A-Time 3:014 '-
1. B. Maxwell (B)
, 2. P. Golden (B) 5:
3. 1. Satiders'(C)
4. D. Sikorski B)
". '100 Sack Girls
, Time 1:42
- 1. J. Seamon (C)
2. D. Harned (e) '
,
3. M. Washabaugh (C) ,t
4. B; Collins (C)
, 100 Back' Attys.,
' Time 1:25.6
1. A. Scott (B) ,

Better this week
Could take it all

llthRace "Ili E" Natives 0 Pis. Purse $400.00 Pool Closes
,
' B. Baeza 118 :Seems best horse' here EVEN
2EngaBoso C. Quiros 110x Would surprise '.4, 15-1
3Golden Wonder A. Credi. 103 Bad In top forgo, 7-5
4Tingat A. Gonzales 104 !Could get up too , 2-1

411"-,
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,

4
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Whitey Ford itnci Ryne Duren
combined to blank the Washing Washington
ton Washington Senators on six hits today
as the New 'York Yankees
stretched their American League
lead to two and onehalf games
with an 8-0 victory,'
,Ford, who was hit on the 'left
forearm by a third-inning pitch
,thrown by reliever Bob Wiesler,
left the game -after pitching sey seyen'
en' seyen' innings.1, He struck out five
batters and yielded all Washing Washington's
ton's Washington's hits while posting his stc stcond
ond stcond victory of the season. A
postgame examination revealed
that his injury was not serious.
Duren struck out five more
batters while holding- the Sen Senators,
ators, Senators, hitless over the final, two
frames.
PITSBURGH, ay 10 (UP)
The rampaging Pittsburgh Pira Pira.2;
.2; Pira.2; 0; Sadler (B) ,
3. D..- McLain (8)
4. G. Anderson B)'' ,
' 100 I:S.:Girls ..
Time 1:18
1. C. Holmes!" () ,"
'2. D. Hickey (0)
3. S. Spector (C)
, 4. Fernandez' (e) ,
100 F.0. Boys
'2'. Time I:05.7
1. D. Ryter (B) erecord)'k
2. J., Snodgrass (13)
3, Ctibnintham (B)
..4. C. Crawdord C) :
2' 00 Breast Girls
Time 1:57.7
' 1. a., Favorite''(CV,,
2. P.:Theriot (C)
K. 0int (B)
. M. Vasbabaugh (C)
, 100 ,Breast Bays
1..B. Maxwell 03)
2. G.'" De ,Tort', (C). .?
! 3. B. Cox (B) ,.
' 4. D.:Browne B)
'' ISO Ind. Medial., Girls
Time 2:39.5
, 1.' .T."Seamon (C) ,,
2.--D. Horned ()
ISO Ind. Mer4v Soya'
...Time 2:06.2
: .4 1. 1').113rter-(B):',,',:
2. 'T., Dugan ,(0)'''.. :
Stmders IC)
: 4. R. Caldwell IR) )"
200' Milt Pelsv Girls
.1 .Time 3:05.8 :
' Mick Fsrned (B)
Breast, Cox
Thdterfly Rowe
FS. Smith
- '1sek' -C)
' Flreast G. Wavorlte
, P'L"ern" P Theria
P. Plelror
' '100 tA-1.. PI'" Girls':
A, 'rim '2:324 ;
2 fiaelt,A. Seott (B)
' Breast R. Ressler
Ruttertiv M. Budge
P D.. Sileoralci
Rack J. Virshmit
I '4 Breast -4 G.' De Tore
S -1110terly'. T. ,,Dngan
L C.' Crawford

t:''

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' AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
W Pct. GB W L Pct. G
New Yoric 12 4 750 M'i k 14 7 .667
Wilt)
Washington 11 r .579 Vs San Francisco 15' 9 .6:5
B altimore 9 .500 4 'Pittsburgh 13 9 .591 11s
Detroit 11 12 .471 412 Chicago 13 10 .565 2
Kansas City 9 -".471 41siCincinnati 9 10 .474 4
Cleveland 10 12 .455 5 Philadelphia ,, 9 13 .40 51s
B oston 10 12 ASS 5 Los Angeles 9 IS .373
Chicago 4 11 .353 Vs SLLouls 5 14 .263 ,B

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. t- .'''' ,Y("Teac.hing-,:iohnni 'ro SWIM,'.--n '11,o.lt.' Yoirelf., nianuall ... 10-;-.-ampire: Cross O., Chants 108, .-Couldsget up here .:.,.. ,,-:: 10-1
ss er '' -. ,'
' ,- tor parents, is now: available -at your Red :Cross Centers, , :, : 7 ,, , ,,
11-(Joes'Fiddlingr 'Alvaree1.08 L.-Usually gets left .'.. ''. 10-1 '-'"' -..-- ."'' '."''. ..- :"'. --.-' :., :;:-. '-"--,..
,, '"':.: : -" lith'Rate "D. SI-1 NatiVes 11 Fe's. Purse $40000 .-'' Pool Cies It a winter'deal, ran '. ,-,..ed
"!,:---,-,:' i '.., .....,-.." 4.::.- : t ..0,, ,.':- ',,,,,-, '' Breast .',.. It..1Ce I ' ..''' '' '''':. Hershman,' obtained froni ,the ,.., ::.
' -' : '' R erfiv'- M, ,Rudge- '., I :: White Bolt in
, Libraries and swinmling pools in the Canal Zone. --,--.'' :',. ,i- : ; .t:, ':,', ,'' , -......" -' -'-----.' :. :,-7,-.,' '. '''-': : 4 :: .,:. ': ,,, : 7 :,:, : ,'-, ::-., ,. :: .,! ':'!!-. FS. H.-, glicorski .-',-.:',',!:,,',.' i: into control trouble in tbe'sb!ttr, ,f, ., ';.'
sling -..- Poo? Closes 5:45 1-Chito', '. .. B. Baeza 118 ".-Seems best ',horse' here : EVEN
' ',,-,:, ,,,. (Parents,who prefer to have their children taught in :-'
'Mtn ''' itaii"let Series Imp'. 7. Fgs.Purse
. 0 group- classes should, register theM : with the. Summer Re., : ,:,- :.. :, : , -,-, , ---- t.: -. 2-Engadoo ,". C. Qiiiros 1103(,-Would 'surprise -,,'.,..4 '--,,-::.-,, .15.1 '-''; Breast'-'; C-,.' ne Tore ,...:..:. ;,..7. ,".... ort two of these cessions he wall : '-, I--
...Reck ,, J.- Mirshmil ,:-,-,':-.:.''''' '-' seventh and eighth innings, DU t.;
. I,
t creational program in their community, Trained Red' Cross ,1-Gramilla -.,,,,.11. Gustines 112 -Seeks rePest.' victor7 ,-,-: .',, z-1 S.-Golden' Wonder- A.' Credi.:103 -pact in' top form ,, ";.:-:,-,- ,:-.,,,:',- 7..3 ,Artterly',' ,'I.::,,Hilgan ,'. '..,- bailed out b7 deublo
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t it; 0 , , gs rse $425.00 Pool. Closes 1:00 1
, , , 1st RACE OF THE DOUBLE ' '
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1-Kalalu J. Rodriez.110 -Enjoying' rare form 'y 2-1 ,)
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. ,, 2-Frijolito A. Credidio 111 -Hard to beat ,bere 5-2 '- r 0 '
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,, 3-Marcelita B. Baeza 108 -Jockey should help 5-2 ' ,;.' ''' !"----, - - AMERICAN LEAGUE ''' NATIONAL LEGUE '',.c ...t
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.... .4-Tinela ', -H. Gustines 108 -,-Was never better 2-1 A well attended swim meet, spon-' - 50 Breast Boys W L Pct. GB W L Pct. GB
New York 12 4 .750 -- Milwaukee 14 7 667 ....-
,- 11rse '0 '. ,5.yosikito B. Aguirre 110 '--Will be 'close up ,4-1 sored by the Cristobal schools, ', , No Time '' ."
,1 t ' .- ' '' went oil with all the thrills (hat s vrtki (13) ' Washinotan 11 11- 379 Vs San Francisco ''' 15 9 .325 1,4
, ii'mor' a en alma e t t e ort 2, R. Schiedegg C) a, Tom, 9 9 .500 4 'Pittsburgh 13 9 .591 Iis
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. 2nd Rice Stk Series Imp. 6 Fos. Purse 5400.00 Pool Closea 1;30 Guhck Pool on Thursday mght. 2.. J. Jackson C) ,. uetrolt II 12 .47S 412 Chicago ". 13 10 .54.5 2
, Kansas City 1 9 ...471 Cis Cincinnati g 10 .474 4 I
' '., - , a --... ,, : ,,, t, 4 4. i 1 , : lnd RACE OF THE DOUBLE ' --
,i,. '. '- ,' -'," , - - The meet, arranged by,Margarita 150 Ind. Medley Girls ,..,
Csloesv40einand 1100122 .445555 55 reksilaAdenglpektok: ; 1153 ;34075 .. 4511121 ,, I
i-Elegido i. H. Sales 108 -1tan well in iist 51 coach Leuis Dedeaux, pitted Cris- )., Time 2:31.4
3.3, tobal and Balboa High School i. C. Craves (C) ,... i .-, ,
: ,, Clucage S 11 .353 Vs St. Louis 5 14 .263 S ..
'; ',The best two-year-Uld native thoroughbreds
2-Pamcus J. Phillips,106 -Could get up here
will' match strides this afternoon in,the $1,000 ad- 3-Resuelto B. Baeza 115 -Has strong tinish $4 and Jtmior High Schools and re- 2. M. Mahoney (B)
. 4-Violin Vie o B. Aguirre 115 -Best early foot '' ' 5-1 suited in a good spread of victo. 3 p
' ded five furlong Carolina Mendez de Chtart Classic-
, 5-E1 Fakir j. ,H. GustMes 105 -Reportedly ready ''''''' 4-1 ries for both sides of the Isthmus. i511 Ind! 4041)11 BaYs "' , t''' , ,, , '. :
at the President Remon racetrack., , , 6-Nogalino J. Cadogan 110 -Always dangerous , 5-2 In the girls events Jean Sea. Time 2:16.4 ',' ,' ' -. ,. -.,'," r '. .' , ,,,
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f Only three starters will face 7-Cambrioleur E. Ortega 102 --Longshot possibility 10-1 non of Cristobal went off w 1 t h I, G. Slaugbter (C) '
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: . ,r..4 r-..1-: thriller over' Sunfalr with. p.iocese 8Grioluda A. Credidio 115 -Knocking at door 24 h!gh honors, finishing, f i r s t in
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1-Flor te A C ddi 106 tl i d 3 1 Another near spectacular show Mack -1. Swenson (B) : NEW' YORK, May 111.(1.1P) -- tes piled up their biggest single,,, t-s.
, zoning should make every a -post -.
1-Emily Mary $3.40,42.20 '-
Whitey Ford and' Ryne Duren game run total of the season to- 's, ''
a' winner without too much trou- 2-Sober View $2.83 2-Eros , J. PhilliPs 108 "-Better this time ,4-1 was given- ,by young Charlene Breast.- g. Whitney,. ..,
combined to blank the Washing- day for a 14-a ,rout over the
totirs on 'six hits today Philadelphia Phils and their.--
', blp. -, , ' ' ' !':' ." , Second Race ".. :, 3-Pastoreo G.,. Sanchez 110 -In fight to finish r .. 2.1 Graves, a Jr. High student from 'Butterfly --- J. Witney., ,.. ,.
2.1 Cristobal, who came but 1.10th of ,,E., s. ,-)M.- Balbirnie : - ..
- 5-2 a second off the AU Canal Zone ', 200 Med Rola Boys
' Luis which will have bust bust,
, bust, Don , 5-Ramo -' aeza 06 oc ey may- eci , as e ew 'York Yankees 10th victory
' 1 Don Lucho $6 80 $3 80
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4-Licenaciado ),3,BAtuirre 1112 .1-Laskt .was revdealindeg
e 2-Xistullari $3.20 -, ., , ' , , , Record for girls in the 50 :meter s ,,,,, Time -2:5 .5 -;, ,,, in their last 14 ,.
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. lead to two and onehalf games .: The. PhUs pomided 12-hits Oft
stretched their American League starts.. ' .,
1' Saddle, seems next b e s t. ,,,,, Double:. $16.80 , .,,, t:,... .. ,', .,,,, -. , -- , , . .. e event. Charlene's time Back ,-- il.-Manning (C) i',,
1, Luis, usually a slow' starter, could ' Third' Race ' , was recorded at 32.9 as compar- ; Breast R. Schiedegg .
-;' aurprise if he gets elf to a faster
1-Daniel 53.40, $3.40 -, '' , Pool Closes 2:30
4th Race .Z'F's Natives 0 Furlongs Furs $374.00. ,. .. ,, d to the CZ reeord of 3211' .,), Butterfly .-- G., Slaughter ',
, t nith an 8-0 victory." : - ; winner Vernon Law who- went,.
. ,' t QUINIELA I ., .. ,Ford who was hit 'on the left the distance for his fourth'.
The second swi meet t a t 't r .
' beginning than tonal.. ,:.', .- 2-Bugaba $5.20 , , .., ,, i., , m h F.S. -... K, CooPe .. forearm by a third-inning pitch straight victory., Law's team.. .-
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hown little improve- One-Two: 319.80 ,. I : o,.. 41 svM feature the teams from both Back P. Denton (B) ..
... 1-Julle J. Jimenez '110 -Last was d mous ,., :
Fourth Race : ,2,.
1-Sahri $3.00;52.80 '.
2--Don Manuel $6.60, ,, ,: ise ; -:
r note A. Vasquez 118 -Co. uld surpr , 5-1
Sic A Lo d 105 -D te der 3 1
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, , thrown by reliever Bob Wiesler, mates backed him with,15-hits,, vr
n Balboa is 'scheduled Brest B. Arey -
.. , e left the game after pitchtng sey- including six extra base blows.' : I
for the Gamboa pool Thursday, 03utterfly -,,,, mi. unulors -' en? innings. tHe struck out five : -- .' -i.....
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' ..: batters and yielded all Washing- ST. LOUIS, May 10 (UP)--The ,,,.
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!, ment in her workouts. m 4-.., Radical li.' Aguirre 115 Reportedly improved 4-1 eY a P.m..
:, Quiniela: $10.80.', ,..,..,..2. 54'-Certamen '' B. Baeza 105 -Jockey should help' 2-1 A complete record of all the' e- ' .. 200 F.S., Relay Girls .., ... tOn's hits while posting his stc- St. Louts Cardinals sweated out :,..
1. didio will do the.booting. xeceve . ..
Fifth Race. - . . 8--Damadura O. Chants 105 -Could surprise , ..... :10-1 vents of last Thiorsday night,. fol. Ti 9 IS g
' -me -1--- '( '. , ond victory., of the season. A a ninth inning' uprising today to .:-.
, The winning rider will E41 i
ardo 1-Gazapo $2.60, $2.40 ... 7-Black Bee H. Gustines 112 -;-Form indicates ., 3,2 lows: '. ,, ., :., , .- .,. 1, G. Figueroa (B),, ;,, Walk"' postgame exartdnation revealed edge the Chicago Cubs 3-1, ,.,,,,
1 it gilt of $50 froom Dr., te,,u
Mrs. ', 2-Plaboy Sue .' : .1 t. , .., -. ; ., '-. .- '''.- ,' : ', M., Mahoney,' T. Durin:"
Chiart Jr., son of the a ,. :''',,,,' that his inlury was not serious. Vinegar Bend Mizell,' the start;.4.4,
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being rim. Mrs. Chiari was an ert- ,,
dent Juan Franco turfite from I s :...
, early dayt and continued to be -A
e is -:, '... ,-, Sixth. Race '. -., ,, ,.' ; ..---,--,-- : s .,. j" junior High School' ...-, 2 m. plata 13), -14. Claire, ', 17. Duren struck out ,, five ,more er and winner had clear ail. .-
..1-7viarla Stuardo $3.00,, $2.20 -: ; .' ;
, 2-Dawn Song $2.60 , Sth, Race 2.yoar.old Natvies S Fes.Caroline Mendaz de, Chisri Classic
, s th R , : .. Purse $1000 Pool Closes3 :01 , ..-
, even ace , ,. Interschool Swimmino Meet Turner.' 13. PhIlliPs. ,:, , batters while holding- the Ben- in u Ito the 'ft I 8B t
(All distances are in meters.) .. 200 FA. Relays Bari l ,' ators. hitless over the filial two
50 F S Girls - l'ime 2.30 :.' '
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, , .-' '. Time 132.9 ''. 1 B Dilfer (13), E. Harold, 14. , ,,, .. ... ,
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King's Park $6.00, $3.40 s 1-Tuti Fruti A., Credidio 112 ;Not good enough ,, : !. 50-1 Mizell's first base on balls Lar-,' ..
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, , , !, 2-Menel $3.60 -.. 1. C G C ' ' '' hr ,,,i ' -'' ' ' ----- '
2-Blanquita F. Alvarez 112 ,';-Should 'score easily -' 1-2 raves ( ) ,,. I, .,. '..., ; Basting, L... De Inger. ,,;, PITSBURGH, ay 10 (UP) -- ry 'Jackson -relieved to preserve
of,, her demise.
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c 1 a s s i e Eighth Race ,, , ,, , .. ,, , , ,, ,. .. , ., 34 is a .1 , ,.
the Nurse? Day. ''. 1-MI Cautiva $3.20, $2.60 . i. . : ,, ,. ; 1: k .,, .' . .' M
. 2.. G.41-tgueroa, (B) , ,, 2.. A Enor.(B),, T...Hertderson,
J W Iker .(B) L. French, T., Hassler., ,, The rampaging Pittsburgh Pira. the big lefthander's first victory .7
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. Handicap, his:" attrac
ted' eleven ,2-Doble File, $2.80 fir 'i..:'". ' 6th Race Stb Series imp. 4 Fes.Furss $500.00 : Pool Clese3:40 ,.:, .. SO F.S. noes ,,, t, .r. I, Nigh School, Inteescheel s -,
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'' tarters and should also!outs. P. ,. Qu 1 s ,,. .. : .
:, s 4---- ' ' ' : ""; ''' Time 111.3 '-'. '''',4' ''' Swimming Meet , 3. D.'. McLain ell) , ..'
- Boo sin' led 1 Y H K 81 '''.
th Race . ,.. .: ,- ' ' ,.. 1. Y. Manning (C)' ,' t Gulick.- May 8, 1958 to-. evn 4. G..' Anderson B) ,, ne g n arvey tient'
the, feature in thrills. 0' i ,,N n ,... ...
1-Calrucha ., IA. Gonzales 106 ,-Not against these -... .45-1 -' 2. G: B II (B) .' (All di t I eters.) : ., 100 F.S.: Girls.' ..: -..
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- ,: I:ose of the World, Lark, pistin- 1-Parasol $3.40, $2.80 IT vosw; . ,,,, ., ; c s ances are m .,. ; ..
2--Escardillo H. t.Gustines 110 ,',..-Rard- to catch here I,. 1 .:' 3-2 Time 1:18 '...- . trifling today to give the-Detroit
g'' d Minuendo are the ones 2-Riotous $13.60 , ....I...., ..
"4an b ttling it out One-Two $34 80 ;
'test likely, to be a .. . .,,,
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atlhe finish for the major s e . :
- tered for 1-Affiliation Order $7,32,60
of .4he 5500 purse.; Also en
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Quick ,'" Matriculado, ; T h e Eleventh .Race
3-,-Oli A C didio 110 -Seriou effort tow 3 1 3- BP" "1. (1" . 1:- ,' .' 50. F.S. Giriss ,. ,.
, 1 C Holmes,' () -; :',. ',. '''
ver . re a - 4. L. ehhnger (B) k i Time 135 ,
4-Silver Heels B. Aguirre 112 ,-Not with this rider 5-1 ..
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, 5-Crews Hill J., Rodriguez, 113 -Despite short distance 2-1 , .,,
. 6-Mouche .. G.-Sanchez in ,-Get,s another test here : 4-1
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Time :40 , 'f '2. H. Spector (C) 4 '''' .. 0
1. P. Dailey (C)-.' ... 3.;'D. Hickey,'(C) ,..) -t-... Tigers a 3-2 victory over Katisas ". ''..
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2. D.,Hickey (C) ., . V a on e s ng ,
, ,, letics from third place '' -$ I
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. 4. J.' Fernandez. (C) ,.,,' ., , e A s loa ed the bases hi ..
" .- '' 100 IF S Bois the ninth on an infield single,' ', ...
B) ..- ' 4 B Smith (B) ' .s -.., --
; .''.-,''' .1. 'c ", : Time 1:05. ....; and two walks, one of them in-i 7
, Cross and Joe's Fiddling. 1-Rutilante 83.00 , s ; - ,. 2nd RACE OF ,THE DOUBLE -: i 41. '''
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fl-Neeful .1,, Rodriguez 110 --Returns from layoff ',. 4-1 Time :39.8 ..,, ., ....,,,..,. 3., C. Crawford C) . .,
' 2 -J Snodgrass, (B) - ' -. out pineh bitter Dave Meltont'
''2' '''', 3, E.' Ciiimintham (B) ., '' -; and got Mike Baihs' tcr grourid i'..
4 C 'Crawdord C) ' ' into' a 'force play to end the .,
Gipsy, Cartillero,,Lebo,, EmP 1-Riscal 83.40, $3.01) s , (131 ,,, :. '. SO F.S. Boys') ..
7th Race 7th Series Imp. 7 Fes. Purse $400.00 Pool ,loses 4:10 ,, .iTilc B 1.. ..-, .. .' .. .., I.. D. Rytet (B) 6recordlk. ,,.. : ,tentiona,l, but Billy' Hoeft struck ,,,
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,I Nine', other races are Included , ., ,
' "'Yesterday wall' "veterans '. day" .. ace rac ; 2-Pasatiempo B 'Aguirre 110 !-Last was dubious .. .;',: 3-1 1. M. Holmes (1B): '' '... , 3. E. Cunningham (B) .., ., ,
ips ,,,. Breast Girls ; game. ' ''' '' '''''-' "".P "....
1 -I th track' Blas Aguirre had .. , .':- 3--Jnho Verne, C.. Run! 113 --Could surPrise i t ,.,. , ; 10-1 ,, 2. R.'Schultz (B) . 4. 1., Sanders (C) ,.. ..- J-, ..,.. : ,. . .. f,,,
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- Time '1:57.7 ,. . --, ..-.4 1 -m
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I ing home three winners while Ru- .. ..,. ' ., ,' .5-Zumar B. 'Baez& 108 -Should be close up .' 5-2 4.. G. Cambv, (13) ...". -, -. . ", Time, 1:9.3 '.' .,,, ,i ; i .... .1 u: r AVOTite (V), i., (,,,, i ,. 1
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' Vasquez who has. also been .,,,. , By CON ., 13-- o en orn .,. mos ou : ) - , I ac r i ., .J k i eamon. : .. ... ... ,, ., .. .,
G Id C C Q 102 W Id pay bff '. 30 1 .- SO 4 icel 1 ..' 1 3' S (C) '.' '." 2. P.-Theriot (C) ..- (1111----1-lome mina by joeAdcocko..
taking his luniPs recently, had an , ,. , , Ti 1 74 Forget ., ,,, : v. chanis 1.10 Depends on start. ... 1 -1 .. .. Time :44.3 ,,, '. ;, , 2, Marion Howe.(11) .3. E.. Cbx (B) - s, and pinch-hitter s Del Crandall e.
I amoimt of first place,,finiah-, 1.
N equa Frilohte, ., ..,i, ne a 8-Blue Zulu -A'. Credidio 108 Could be upsetter -, ,, 5-1 1. G. Figuerne fB) ., 2-.',..., :;'7,'- ..;,. 100 Butterfly Bye i t . ,.,, ....
t . ss a aug .. ,,,, In the Seventh inning;htinded; ..
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si ,,,, -,,,. t 1--i, ., ., :,- 2-El. Fakir ,,,- ,-,' Grimilda lee lar ass Be s ''.:: ,' 1.,,i Harvey Haddix,and, the. Cinein,40-
9-Salero .4, a Ai .Ileyes R. 108 --Nothing In months ., ., ', 10-1 2. F. Yost (BI' '',-, ', : ) 'i, : P TIM" :264 5 !z ." s,1 ,,. it,, :7) 1 '' Y '
'...... ' 13 tid ' lin Xing's 3-Jastoreo '1',4 -Atom m H ,- .-, s ,, nati Redlegs -1 he it sectind4 ..
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Park i 'thrilling tone-and-one-half B ack es ., ,.., er amen :38 '-..... 1 straight 5-3 defeat by. the, Mil-
11-Cindertrack A'. Vasquez 110 -Won last,' time ,.. i ,. 2-1 s SO Back Iftiys ;', t ,' , .-2. Rddge (113),. ,. ; .,", ; ... .1' B m,,11 rill --. ,f. B ,ted sr '', ,:.: ., 'it
length svinner in the featured. $750 S-Blanguita ., t
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' Time -142.7 s '., ' .3, .D... Btesh (B)-, s .: "; .. ''- "-- '''' i ' )i ... waukee raves a ,...., r, ,
seven furlong dash for second, se- 6-Oliver ,' -,
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ries imported thoroughbreds., Me- 7....2umar .,,, ... Nseful Oth Race 4th Series imp. 7 Fes. Purse $600.00 .. Pool Closes 4:40 2. J. Manning (C),, ',. .' '.,.: .200 ,F.S. Girls ',..'; 3. B. Cox (B) ... . ,, : CHICAGO, May 1 ( .,
' econd '-4 and Forever 8-Lucky Sky Alcaraz : -QUINIELA .,... . : .,.
3 E ''H ld (B) C .- -. : ' '' -. : 3Tim 313 6 4. D. 'Browne B) .. ... ,s ., tle Nellie Fox and towering R,ari-,,,,,
, third. .- s .. 0 I I; '.- 150 Ind. Medley Girls dy Jackson batted in four runs
4. R. Letneeke .(7,;) ',,.J. ,.. ..!,-1, C.' Holmes (B) ...,. ,. 4'' '''' ';': i'.
tr : !I..' 10-G II C hi F r 1-Fieltro A. Vasquez 115 --Must go lower ,, s," .. 10.1
i ..,, The secondar at action, was av an ,,,, ou e ou Time 2:393 today to ac the Chicago ,Wlitte :
I taken by- Affiliation Order I, in a 11,--Goiden Wonder ; Chito 2-Bacancito .. g
J Rodri uez 115 --Can score here 10-1 : ,, 100 F.S. Girls 2. H. Spector (C) ',. ,.''.. :, '.' '' P e .4.
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' 2.--D. Horned () ' Clevelend Indians' and help Dick ,-
I, .. N ' ' .' .' e-Topacio ; M. Hurley 113 ,-Could score agam 31 A. C, Graves (C) . ,.. A.'. Wynne (C)' . .- ,. ,. ,,, , ...
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' 5-Alcaraz ,,,,11. Gustines 105 -Will fight it out ., 2-1 2. M,,Mahrinev (73) ,. : , ,,
''''' 4. Time 216.2 ,-- nt the ,season. ,.... .. ; '' 4....',
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1 ; AP ';-ALIIIIIIMMIll -- k -, ,'G. Rivera 115 -Could be' winner -4. ; , EVEN 3.. M. Palbirnie (13) 1 -, ,-;' b ''' A-Time 3:01.1 :,- : -. '''' '' 7
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7-Narcotico A. Credidio 103 7-Overgrown' plug ',,. , 10.1 4. P. Holmes (B1 '.. ., .,, ., 1. B, Maxwell (B) .,.... ., .-i.
-- 1 n ,R er; tB1'.,,,, ., s : The victory; second ,In'',two;
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. : ,,, , -,,, '''1----' 8-Pibe Lindo : E, Dario 103 -Early speed only 30-1 100 FA., ROVs i ., 2. P. Golden ,B) r 5', ;- -
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- : ,, 3. I. Stuiders ,(C) '' the first eomplete game .4,4
' ''' '' ' ' ' - 9-Canterina 'B. Baeza 115 ;Excluded from betting ..XXXX '' Time 1:09.3, -, .3. 1. Sailders'(C) !'.'. -.
e-i, '' ' ' .' ,.. '.. 1. G. Slaughter (C).. ., 4. D. Sikorskt B) ''' 4 R'' r Id U "(B) ' 1 ,' for -the., 'Milt. 'Box
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p Quick :.. B. Aguirre 110 ,-Early speed only . 5-1 1,1ms :504 .3. 2C Washabaugh '(C,) ,,,..- ,,,:. r.s.,-.4.., B., Smith , (vp) Lefty jack .Harshrnaniy
'- ' J h ''''' ' '''' ''' '' ' ', '''' 2-411m".. j A d 113 Ab h d h 15 1
i st. 0 mo, practices the "sled" or ''' ''' ' 3-Matriculado o rives ove ea ere . 1. P, Dailey .(C) - 4. B; Colhns (C) ' n h, - ti bl factor in the Tat-
.:, : serined., In wialit,dt,ep 1,,,,a .erone elide as It le technically 4-Rose Of The W. G. Sane. 108 2. P. II itt CI I IM
. , -- ,. -.''- se -,,P ,rnilins C) a ques ona e . .4.
--Could make .it now -, ., 3-1 ; ewe -.'... '.., ..,,.., Pe" "Ys.'-'.6 '4 '' ' tgresal, -.,' G. wavorite -.--.'''.' ''' timore Orioles' ,::,:pitchinrv ans ,, ., 1
. 't- tended and h d ter he leans forward with -arms e '' S-Th G B Baeza 102 -Not good enough .. 4. 10-1' 3. F. Yost (11 ,' Tlme 1:25.6 '. .)
'. ll'"erfl"' P Til .ot ' before the start :of, the season : , i,
4 ''', all 8 together until his shoulders r 3c- e P Y '
d' 1 4., It Morency (B) ,. -, 1. A. Scott (B) -.-, -4 - et' ',
.. aurtaee., Taking' breath, haplacee kb 51 a 0 below t e .,
h 6-Cartillero .. Jr. Gongora 105 -Lacks 'early spee 25- ment gave ,,..- i
FS. -, II. Pi:erne -,, because of a back ail , ,,
r:1 pushes tonvain, .. .. ead In the water, sad 7-Lark .,, A. Vasquez 112 --Doesn't seem likely ... , 13-1 : . ., - .. - ,) -,, .,. - ;;.. .200 't Pr:I'" Girls ': up only- five hits todaV -UV beat ,,
' 1(1401, No. 3) I ''' "'' -', "' 'C - ; . g...Lohn ''''',.- ''' A.. Reyesx,, 105 Dpends on Start , 51 3-Double Four J. Rodriguez 118 -Better this week ., ,,' !-I 3 It '. .., 'rim' e '2:324 ....1 the Boston lied Sox, 5-2, for hie 0:. ., I
- ' -, -; '-'. , 9--Distingo H,' Gustines, 115 -Form bidicates ', .- 3-2 :4-Aguador ,,,,
G. Rivera 114 ,-Could take it an ,,' :' I- .',, !",.? 5-2 Back---,A. Seott'(B) :. ..' fifth straight Ifictiry.., :,LL. ,t
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the big game of the season itt the'tie season in sight, Canal Zone
local schoolboy-basketball league, Junior C9Ilegeis maldng plans for
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points and Was closely follovved 'bY Navy Communications will I have
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Walter O'Malley ta 'getting
bum rap from critics who say his
Los Angeles "Chinese Theater" is
making it travesty, of home-run
hitting.,
That's the evidence' produced to
day in a United Press:survey of
homer-hitting during, 'the, ,first
three,,,weeks of the big aeague. sea sea'son,
'son, sea'son, 1There's no denying qrtore
homers were hit ,at the Coliseum
than at any other park --T,but in
pist seasons Ioniers' were ,hit at
faster, paces three other sta.
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; Iti fact, the 49 homers hit'in 13
, games' at the Coliseum are only
,,. four more ,than were hit, at San
t.t Francisco's Seals Stadium a
5 3 'i r2 park,i which nobody! has 'yet
2 0 -4 3 charged .is making a trayest
6 6 12 1 anything. 6,
3.- 1 1 The figures establish the follow.
7, 2 16, 2 ing key points! '
2 0 4 1 The current rate of homer.
1.'0 2 1 hitting at Los Angeles and San
?,4 12 60 15
Francisco is less than record
naces established in the past. at
Brooklyn's -Tithes Field, New
, Writ's role,' Grounds and Cincin,
nail's Croslev Field.
fg ft fp pf ...Nevertheless, National League
5 3 13 3 home run hitting is up 15.6 per
4 .0 ,3 celat over itS 1951 nace.
2 0 4 2 --Home run hitting the'
2 1, 7 3 American LeSgue is ,the 'same, as
0 0 0 3 last season.
0 0 0' 5 about, time someboily In.
leeted some sanity into sll that
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figures t as proef that no new'
home nit records will becset be.
cause of the, Coliseum's tmusual
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that hornerbitting is usually
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later on 'When pitching:staffs are
straightened' out," Frick added.
"I 'would say 'homer bitting will
decrease as the season goes on."
' If 'the 'current'''nace of hOmer.
hitting were continued over the
full season, a total of 198 would
be hit at Los 'Angeles and 182 at
San' Francisoo. These totals iiould
fall short of the 219 hit at cin cincinnatt's
cinnatt's cincinnatt's crosiev Field last 'seg.
son., as well 'as tho' 207 at Brook Brook,
, Brook, luo's N;bbets rio14 in 1150 and the
' 906 ;4, New:. York's Polo, G'rounds
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ly MURRAY OLDERMAN ny Anthony, fight, Spieser three. 1
, tened to quit the ring. He didn't
DETROIT (NEA) Acouple of do roadwork and was knoc;ted out
weeks ago Chuck Spteser knocked in the third round. A month tat,.
off training; anti his wife g a v e er his contract whit Knowles ex.
birth to a sir,,,pound eight.ounce pired, and brother Joe took over.
girl. their first child. ''Vitorse thing that could have
Tbe Spiesers have a hotne in happened," says Joe Spieser, I'was
Pontiac with a comfortable mort, Truman Gibson becoming tbe
gage snd a 'nice view on the lake. MC president. 'I haije-reason to'
He bats this health. 'a, jouenalism believe he told thp Anthony (tamp
degree from Michigan- Stale and Chug wasn't in sospo.
0.000 invested. 1 "T notan arrarged all the fights
He's never b.een so low in his wit, KnowTes was manager. Hee
, , didn't make a move tv'ohout. go.
Everybnay ,stlys good n'tt t t Gitisint (4
Chuck "got plenty' bf fights.,Even
.SPieset. Ile's the fifth:ranked ilaht
after he was Kayoed' by a couple
betryreight in the world- He'
makes on exciting figh'. He wades .(tt guys'ttatn''d Fainto and Wright
tegfessiveir-. ran stiffen a guy In 1953.
Sinee Knowles Jeff act's' had one
-(13 k!,,-v-6e;t4hrte.206thh(lerut?t,18en:Illi13,7':, ---agaihstp trial horse Bobby Lane.
TI:Tth'errie .nan with Not' in the ylistnes ,of the Tres.
tige,building Det,roit olympla with
tutS- who .ea'n'' geh ttp of'? the floor.
go sioht a, 'fattened TV uaranee. bat in
But Spieser can" tne obscure tigieness 'of the Light
Nes managed by his brother,'
Cltard Armory with a teantits pay.
Joe.--. circulation ms'n fnr. the $1,800 fos top.rankol b
Detroit News, Wil'OC friendly with inft elf

Etetroit'stton nromoter; Nick Lon
des of the rBc controlled nlvmnia,
and sneaks well of Jirn Norris.
t "I'd run out of th nieIme
row." savs Joe, "if it would help
Chuck get a:fight," t
Cliock bas'bed twit bouts in two
'years and erossed 7.804. Every,
, tnorning; Chttelt ,ringi 11'4)110 the
lake' in Pontiac. Every afternonn
be comes to-town and pounas the
bac and skins, rope at the Motor
Cltv Gym; Fe wants to keen ,ort
fielding to make a bundle or Awo.
but he'd onit tOmorrow la he could
,get a good, steady paying lob.
' Chuck knows his troubles start
ed After he quit Hee' Knowles n
ypor 6 6
Knowles managed Chuck-Davey.
another:Michigan; ster, and in inArnduced
Arnduced inArnduced tSploser to the ,pro' ring
, after (the ,,1,454 'Olympics. Mrs,
Knowles is the,,,private secretarv
,of Arthur Wirtz. :who's the 'part
iner, of Norris, who hist turned
over boxing to Truman Gibson,
, Ono 'ef. Gibson's men trained
Chltek,didn't
Knowles ;insisted ....Before the To
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, Chuck won improssively,but it
dliln't matter, t :
"We can't get act'am,:' says Joe.
,"There 'are lot of couys Chuck
could fight Clartice Hinniint;
Yolande Pompey,' n000ns,Durelle,
Acchie Moore.' Anthony- a g a j n.
Ditrelle aroree bacyd
of a match.. He's ,nont to live with
the IBC. We had I title lho',. with
Moore if .101, could 'ha ',71, foUnd 'a
Tv, sponsor. ,..Gov.
wroto jettGr for us to the
Menueor'neonleo his oww
and got no action. The IBC Can
pull a lot 'of
14Any manager thinks can'
hell) let bim -come armind.
not lookhig in be. icing..
maker., Chucklk light for any anybildy
bildy anybildy who, can geo
but he'll be 29 in ,tAugust.1, He
'can't wait forever."-,
' And they wonderwhat's' wrong
with boxing. ,,,

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t,GREEN BAY, Wis.; (VP)--For- I
flier Brooklyn Dodger ,star Pete
tiAlSer, suspendedoltidififiltely ss
manager of the Qreen, Bay Blue Bluejays
jays Bluejays tor attacking umpire Matt
Pappas, says the only- thing he
did tas eall Pappas', ''a meat
Reiser, famous for running in into
to into National' Lesg4roufleld walls
with the Dodgers,-, 'rushed Pap Pappas'
pas' Pappas' all over the kill," 'Northern
League president Hat Totten said
Friday. '"'
--Totten sent tilegrain to Ileis-I
er, Thursday night, informing him 1
he was under Suspensidn ,"because
of your physical attack" on Pap Pappas,
pas, Pappas,
The Incident,'occurred 'WedneS,
day night at .Green',--Bay when
1Pappas eal'ed a, balk on Btuejay
pitcher Harvey, Mills in the sev seventh
enth seventh inning of a game won by
Cedar Rapids, 7-5. ,
Reiser said that as far as y he
was concerned he did not attack
Pappas.; Ile said Cedar' t, Rapids
manager Al Monchak made more
of a' squawk over home rim rul ruling
ing ruling earlier in thegame, but was
-only ejected. r
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READY FOR RUSSIANSMembers of the ,United States
, weight-lifting team competing against Soviet Union repre representatives
sentatives representatives at Mdasion Square Garden, May 17, flex their mus-
cies. They are, top to bottom, Dave Sheppard, middle-heavy.
...weight: Isaac Berger( teather;' and Charles T. Vinci, bantam.,
Sheppard three years ago beat the Reds' .present World and
Olympic champion. Berger and Arinci won gold medals at
the Games in Melbourne in 1956. They cen-sure pick''em up.

wi-th a badly sprained !ankle. His
absence was really felt in just
bout every department of the game
for the Devils'. r's
ary Alexander drOpped in a
charity shot after about 'one min-'
ute of play in the opening quar quarter,
ter, quarter, and from that time on its was
all BB& At the) end of, the first
quarter they had a comfortable 15-
T advantage and had tipped this
to 29-1,5 at the 'end: of the first
halt. By the end of $11e,third quar quarter
ter quarter it was 43-22.

by fine Reiser', as soon 'RS Umpiret
, Fred 'Weber and Pappas file writ.
lie ten' reports. Totten said he sui.
ack pended Reisei after', talking to
)ids Pappas on the phone, .4
ore "Pete evidently.. knew, he had it
rul. coming because he didn't even
was call me back after getting he
; wire notifying hint of his' suspen.
will. sion,11, Totten said.
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Alexander
Barbara
Culbreth
Cunningham
Delgado'
Morris
Nalimad

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Selby
Cody
Arrango
Bauman
Wright
Schneider

Toial

lEilduratice Classic Peoves
,
I Bo Ivier Alust Be An Athlete

By HARRY GRAYSON

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NEW YORK tNEA) Mame
Kosof popped in en route home
from the American Bowling Con Congress
gress Congress Tournament in Syracuse,
where he hustled name keglers for
his fourth annual Original World
Endurance Classic in. Ogle; U
tah, 1une 28Aug. 4.
When Kosof suggested his 40.
constcutivegame 'test for women
three years ago, he was regaled
and ridiculed from coast to coast.
And how could this onetime prize
fighter out of Rochester. N.Y., put
such a production across in 0,t
den, th beautiful eity in the pur.
ple foothills of the Wasatch Range
which is rather difficult to reach
for most?
' Kosof was told that "howlers
would drop dead all Over 'the
Place." "endurance has, no' place
lin bowling," and that he was set..
tine the game back 50 years.
But- Kosof. who els( promotes
fights in. Ogden. was looking for
a new.Ides for hi Ogden
and po'nted out he hr 50 years
(mere nine games three each
in singles, doubles and tne loam
eventhad determined ABC chant.
pionshirs.
"Isn't it about time,' he asked.
"we demonstrated that the top
bowler must be an athlete, no
lust sonic over-stufal g'IV 11,10.7.
ing himself beoween beers?"
THE PURPOSE 'Olt THE End.
urance Classic is to prove that su superior
perior superior 'bowlers are good all leter.
Forty consecutive ganies take a.
bout 12 htetrs, witboith 'break.
ecept for necessities. The bowler
has to be Quite a man and in shape
to stay on his feet and knock
dnwn oins for that length of time,
Xn three years, manv have droo
pert out, but no one drooped dead
and not a single sharpshooter has

tome up will' anything more seri.'
ous than a sore thumb.
Kosof attracted an unusually fine
'field for' his inaugural, but most
of them came from the P,acific
coast and southwest.
,Last year There were 995 entries
from 37 states and Canada. Indi.
cation's are 'that the field will be
considerably. larger this trip. The
foremost stars have enteredDon
Carter, Buzz Fazio, Billy Weill and
Lee Jouglard, among the men and
Marion Ladewig, Sylvia Wene and
Esther Woods, last year's winner
from ;..os Angeles,,heading t h e
women.
The only bowling event that
comes close to matching the En.
durance Classic as a test of not
only skill, but competitive' spirit
and courage,' is the World Match
Play, and there the. grants have
, nine days in which to roll 100
games. : '

THE WORLD ENDURANCE
CLASSIC, is the only tournament
which gives the average man and
women bowler an equal chance a.
gainst the, higher,average kegler.
' Buzz Fazio repeated at scratch
veer ago with a nenl record of
81525, winning 13.460.50, Fazio, his
dsrk eyes twinkling likp those. of
Eddie Arearo after 'a Derby vie.
toil dared Kosof to nost $5,000
this, year in snpdst 441.4.
ey for an avoraue of 225 or better.
A-4 Msxle did It,
Kosof eonsiders Fazict, winner of
eVervthing but the All-Star, the
grAstest athlete in lhe rountry,,
11,1 who oftl. psnie," he asks.
"could a five.footeseven.inch 49.
year.old best a bursch of ton youns
sters like six footfour, 29.5.pounA
25.vesnold walu?"
See whO lCosof Was get,
tine at? The- Original World- En.
durance Classic gave Muzz, Fazio
'another chance to do it.

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Winston-Salem, N. C. ....(NEA) Today --- Encanta -- 33c,
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.Olin Broadway, captain elect 1 krlialloT:syrrriLrrAchir,
of the 1958-59 basketball tea. rn, 6'11 InPreoitilliTtea;cfgre 1,&" 1C1 or1s71

a 'candidate for presidtnt of the Helmut Dantine in
i 'Dell On Devil's Island"
senior class at Wake Forest.
4111.,

WORLD'S SAFEST
Tr'an's'isthinian Highway Tel. 3-1501

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DETROIT (NEA)
weeks ago Chuck SI
off training; and hi!
birth to a sixpoun
girl. their first dill(
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, Pontiac with a coin
I gage sod a 'nice vie
Ile bas this health.
degree from Mich'
$5.000 invested..
Ile's never been
life. -,, ,,- ,,
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Everybnay ,t-says
.Sffieser. Ile',$ the NI
heavyweight in ill
4nakes an exciting i
ins ageressiveir-. rat'
(13 kavoes Irt .26 bon
run skten'the other
leather, Pe'r ,.k rol
guts who .can' geh
,- Put Spiesen can',
Nes snanageft
:foe,... circulation i
Detroit News, Wil'O
Detroit's,ton sworn(
dos of the IBC cont
ant, sneaks vell of
t "I'd run out' o'
row.' says -Joe,- "i
Chuck, get a :light,'
Chock has batl t',
' years and grossed
, snorning; ChliClc ,rt
!skein Pontlac..E
be comes tn-lown
bac and skins, tool
1 Citv Gyin;, Ile WV
fighting to' make a
but he'd (mit tOmOt
,get a good, stesdv
' Chuck knows' his
ed alter he quit 11
year Igo: --.-v,-,- '4
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another 'lVtichigan)
Arodueed ,Sploget t
, after, the -1,954 'C
Knowles is the.',,pr
' ,of Arthur Wirtz.
iner, of ,,,Norris, Wit
over boxing .to Tr
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Sniesor; Chnek,flic
Knowles .insistedi,

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FR .,--- --1;,-,;,,,. ---$ izt, 4., ..., .;;T.-. -4r,,, J., ;lik,tliser, suspoincted'tlfttlefifittely as Green Devils:. it---WatoMM PeIDY: en amps,, vniyersal Sports; -end th-, L111110,WeelL3 US. UM Vin 01.11FAIC ova., rtner 011 W000 priening. staffs are --r -' vet, f ,'''''' Is, 2.-7 .. .....1 :4,-yr
- EIL;,,ls 641' Pta4uid.13,2 manager of the Green, Bay Blue. with la points.. !,,;),'1"3,Plis' ',.i -' 'Athletic Club will round Get the son, sr There'S no deoling 'llaore strai4htened out," ;Frick added. -0, s, ,),- .4 I, es '- iTyi,s,-,4 a-i -,,v, to i
,, 0,,,,., 4.,,,,,,,,,;",4.10. .., -., la Jays tor attacking umpire -,Matt The collegians Were foreed,' to field. .1 , ., homers were hit, alt the Coli3Pum "I 'would aay 'homer bitting tidy if ",--,-,f a, a ,, f,
a,,,c 1.4 , ,
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' I '4-1 '4 IN' MIAMI' .1' 1'
.,.. ,,,,, anPaS, says the only, t4ing be. play without their 'One.' big 'run, - - - t than at any othet Park --r,,hut in decrease as the season goes asett T t. , , ,,, ,. .vpo (..,
'---11.nioy -0; die was Call PappaS,. ''a m e a t Mar eine th
Don Alexandet.t.who' 4a'", sidelined In a prelim Y g e past seasons, bob-lent, were bit i at If the 'current ''nace of homer 41" ',", -,'. '... ;...1R,',1, 's,;s,,
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fastet- paces- in three other sta, hitting were continued over the. l''':,?-', -i, b "Ktmov ms.,,se,..0' 1
.54,. VW theAsetatious,'Br head-1! ' . '. , .. with a badly sprained ',tafikle. His Gasbouse : Gang': Jowered the
a., boom on the BHS j',ar for, a -, -),42 diuma. t ,. . ..',, full season, a total of 198 would '"'''''''' 11
to 29 'yictory. I
Alli-.111,..'t; N,,,-- 1,,, -,4 7 .1 Reiser, famous for'imining in- absence ,was really felt in just
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"ilk ' ". ':' Se to National' LetWoufield lis bout every department of the g,ame
CI:CAYNE, TERBCE .. : : -,, i ,-, .-, . .) -; be hit at Los:Angeles and 182 t ' 0 ''' 0 :-'.
are only fall short of the 219 hit at Cin
r-4 'th th D d ''' wa I tit D .1 '. -'' ''''''''' 's - ''' ''' 11. '' '' 'I I t th 49 b r bit'in la San Fr 1 Th t 8 -4 "- (ssoft K'rtaWS iv' pa. I sne want3
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Miami'. feeding, hotet,,en-ticily,, II pas' all over the fiellt," 'Northern ,,,., .., -, -i-!-- 4. 5- !, The box score: s r .1 0
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, sir conditioned. 200 rooms and ,, -4, 1 T ti -d vary Alexander drepped in a, . f..' games' at the Coltseam
. 7 '' "'' ',..-,, ,- f than were hit, at San einnati's Crosl sit F 1 '
League presid ntli
suftes,Opith private bath ,&: ..., i ,.,, ., e a o ten-,sai h 1 h t after about 'one min- , -, BHsi(60), ,, ,, our more , e le it last aea. -, f v.', ,, ,- ,,-, ...'''' woe 2,,
t ..' :--iiii ill' st doesn''t litiow- ,,,,, .. - ,,
shower, tedio, Tv. ,On' Biscayne IIE ,-" g riday. -,.- Francisco's Seals Stadium ,.---- a mon, as well 'sit tho' 207 at BiOnit. ''' ' ''' .' galtb One') '2'
flourevarb, in the heart of bitarnt.,: 1, .1 ...Totten sent a tilegri to II
,,, ute Of play, In' the opening (Par- Player -- ,' fto fe tp pf n At( bleb '' nobody! has 2. yet Juts's a;hbott Viad In lqr d t e '.., -' ', t it.
Wouerote rates. Ei 1. M '''-- ter 'and from that time on its was Alexander ,' -, '2 -3 7 2 )1 vi k g t t I' 906 ;4, N ' a 411 h-
--:,' '' Th d
. -,,,,-,,,,,1,- ;,,,,. ,, , ? er urs ay night, informing him
all' S -At the-, end ,of the first Barbara .,-.. - 2 0 -4 3 charged:is ma in a raves y o ew, York s Polo, G'rounds .". '"".st.,,...... 4p 0 ,
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, a IlligilU41111111145,104 .. he y,ls under auspensidn ,"because Bli , anything. ,,,, , ift 1947. ... , ,,o, o a i I
4t-,At4 '.N.Ettill -YORK ;. ..,1,'1. f h I tt k"
o your p ysica a ag Ott ap- 5
p quarter tney had a comfortable 1.. Culbreth i '4- ',, s,;- ',' f '6 '6 16 f. .....,
this ' --. The igures es a is e
t bl h 'th follow- -, ,, il ,,. , .,,, , 0 -' ,, ilk,. "-m-m-..- ,,-- ,---. Adi 7 9' ',1 ' ''
'61 -It's tiii7limorii-, ;;,.,. pas, , -- ,,,, a,,,,, , 7 advantage and, had tipped Cunningham ,, 4- 1 1 3 1 : k a a itt t''',,A. '--'
4... tii 29-15 at the,'end: of the first Delgado' '' -' -4, 2 16' 2 '"I, ey po n .
' f A tho same- ti th I b V
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' '11' GOVERNOR. i : The incident,'oceurred,' wedneS. h It B th da- of the third quer- m i '
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The current rate of homer. inonsthle for the sharp' rite in ' .ilia --,
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1 s and nen vation'l Leone ,,h si 4411
--- - -- ot I. day night at Greeir--B ',
1 0 CLINTON ,,' .1 ..' ? -- --T --- ter' it was 43-22,-- ,.,. , Nahmad -. 1," --'' ''''''''' l' 0 2 1 hitting at.- Los loge e omee.bittina-..
- ,, ,. appas cal ed a, balk on Bluday ' '. Fr nelseo is less than record thf, Chlefig0 rubs and Pittsburgh --
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I at : the heareof mid-town 1200 mod- pitcher Harvey, Mills in the sev- '' ' Total ,, ..- '4 '' 24 12 1
60 5 naces established in the past. at irates did ,do a le, 'of tsit,ir
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- -- radio, TV., Many eirsconditioned. C d 'd b d P fie writ
- e ar Ram s, 7.5.. -,- , Fred We er an appas i : . a, .., - , Brook West ,---...s.7", -ALioe -
' ""-. Yorit's olo I Grounds and prim, voast parksi ',--k- ,'-,k
I I IIK Near thteatert, shOpping oi$tricts. , ,,, tten said he sus- t JC (32) , , ..
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at was concern e. i not at ay pen e els ,,, Player ,, t -, fg ft fp pf -.Nevertheless, National League , ; (""s'ass;r"". s --
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Selby ,,, -, .5 3 13 3 home, run hitting is- up 15-6' per , 1-0 .....,,;,441 ,-, ,.,. ,
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1 oo "C4(1 manager Al Monehak made more 1 .1'Pete evidently, kneW- e' a , --
408 toeritS 1957 neee 1 a
i ,- al .. treten y017;1731 IsystrthiirdiiiTirt, o squawk over a hom
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.. SEE TOUR TRAVEL AGENT V CABLE1 ,,, ..,,E1., L,, f4,.
e rim rut- coming because he .didn:t ,., even 'uu7 . ,
-game but wa4 call me back, a ha rrango
iter getting A hi t n in the V AP
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11 artilit litrrEL$ ACROSS OE Wpm only ejected. -,. , .... r wire not' ying MI 0 01 Wright '. '. I '' 0 0 0 3 last season. ', i 1 ,,- : i -0
t ' ' ' 0 1 ' -, Totten said be -"probably" will sion,", Totten said. ,,, -, .
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vlipt 1-k(Tent : DOIVICI: 111.116L De kill tttliiCLu In Cinemaq'or,e Color!
of the 1958-59 basketball team, is
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, Prohibited for Minors!
i a candidate for presidtnt of the Helmut Dantine in
Oh! By HARRY GRAYSON I torni up with anything more seri. alien On Devil's Island"

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i MAN 'tly- Anthony, fight, Spieserl three. I. 1; le zs k where he hustled name keglers for ,Last year 'there were 995 entries t ...,,
. '', tened to quit the ring. Ile didn't ,,,n 1 - his fourth annual Original World from 37 states and Canada.- Indit
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Ccouple of do roadwork and was I.:nor:zed out it.w,,,- ''
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- ....e- Endurance Classic in, Ogdenl U cation's arelhat the field will be .". r '. ,,,. '',. . , ,,,., -1
tah, June 28.Aug. 4. '. t considerably, larger this trip. The --n -
fe g a v e er his contract wita Knowles ex
When Kosof suggested his 44. foremost stars have entered-Don , '' ' enjoy colorful , ,,
ight.ounce pired, and brother Joe took over. t t''''' constcutivegame 'test for women Carter, Buzz Fazio, Billy Wein and -,, ., , ; -- ., -, ," : ;
, -,- ."Worse thing that could have ' three years ago, he was regaled Lee Jouglard, among the men and ,
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home in happened," says Joe Spieser, ".was and ridiculed from coast to coast. Marion Ladewig, Sylvia Wene and ,'t si, r-7,Nn , ' ,
Truman Gibson becoming the l And how could this onetime prize Esther Woods, last year's winner ,, ,,Tol I ti A , t
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able mort, ,, t 1 ,,t,,t
a the lake. IBC president. 'I haVe- reason to' f- It- t
iouynalism believe he told the Anthony camp fighter out of Rochester. N.Y., put from Los. Angeles,,heading t h e - rt 1-
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stale and Chin wasn't it! swipe. --,,.., -it
',,,, such arproduction across in 0,t women. ,, . 0 k tf t
' den, the beautiful eity in the pur. The only bowling event that 't, '"n - ''.-
- I "T mean -arrarge,1 all the fights '. '''' ' ',, pie foothills of the Wasatch Range comes close to matching the En. s' '' '', '' ' -": '', 1- ti (,
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low in his 1 wiatf KnowTes was manager. Hee .' which is rather difficult to reach durance Classic as a test of not 41"11') ' '
't '',- ROUND-TRIP -,' f 1 i i,
, i, ,, i didn't ntake a move tvi!hout. go." t for most? ..' ' only skill, but competitive' spirit '.
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1 1 t, a-u t line to Gitistei 't : --,' v N . '' -,- Valid for 4
Chuck "got plenty' i,f fights.,even '1 Kosof was told that "howlers and courage,- is the World Match OW
,:, would drop dead all 0 e r 'the Play, and there the, granta have y ,
anked Debt , ;
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after he was kayoed' by a couple ,'
-- Place." "endurance has, no' place nine days in which to toll 100 1 ,' ,, ,'. 30 days :
yorld- He'
. He wades of goys mauled Fat, tiro and Itrright
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' I in bowling," and that he wss set.. games. ). ., , Leave' Panama 8;304 a.m., ,- , ,,,, , ,,,
tfen a gul, in 1953. ' . t, ' ', 1 tine the game back 50 years. - ' Arrive San Jose 9:15 a.m. ,'' ' e"- 0
,,,,, A,,es1, Since Knowles Jeff ;le's' had one ., But Kosof. who gist' promotes THE W 0 R 1 D, ENDURANCE -.
'',."217,., ,,,", ---agains." trial horse Bobby Lane. ; .' fights in- Ogden. was looking for CLASSIC, is the only tournament -,- .. , , Conair 343 ''''. :, '.,,
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- 4 a:; "witi; Not' in the vitstrics of the Tres. ', I ' 1 1 a new,Ides for hi Ogden ttlevs, which gives the average man and , ; s 1 r 5 i
tige,building Det,zott oiympta with ; ,
',..",i and pointed out the tt,r 50 years women bowler an equal chance i LACSIL ------Igxxiiiii,--- sma--it :
ft tIte floor. -4..., ',111110110.0MbOOMPAC,65,,,,X4146.01016". ,.. 4. V, Nte, ,...,,,voa,a4014,
t ti .tioht a 'fattened TV guaranee. hut i in - - , (mere nine games w- three each gainst the, higher.average kegler. Via ''
iis brother;'i
the Incur t .
e Ugh tiLss.o. the Light ' READy Foil RussIANsmembers of the Alnited States sin singles, doubles and tne team Buzz Fazio repeated at scratch Panoramic Routes Include: '
event-had determined ABC chem. a Year ago with a new record of -- ' SUPER CONVA1R 340 '
, fnr, the Onard Armory with a L0;111109 pay. ,,sweenitgahttiv-leisftaintgmtdeaasmioncomupaerteinGgaardgeanins, mt aSovii7eitfielicntiohneirrempures: ; ninnRh;re , ,,
I L off of 31,800 fo,,,r s tol)-ranked fight. 8.625, winning 13.460.50. Fazio, his MIAMI ww HAVANA ., t - '
iorldly wit('
Nick Lee. tr.,: -. ,' ,..1 ....,. ,t , cies. 'hrthelyaaarce,Btprpebra btoatttlialme ..,DanydecShhaes,:parTd., arytilin'cidleb-haeovy- 1--- --'; ' '
"Isn't it about time,' he asked. dark eyes twinkling like those. of GRANO CAY,MAN-COSTA RICA' "" ,. ' t
.d Olvmula, ''' Chuck won' imal-pr:Ss'ivrel;,bust ''-'"it t cl'. illarncf "we demonstrated that the top Eddie Arearo after I Derby vic. PANAMA IMEXICO SALVADOR ' ' ',,
a Norris. 'dm
n t matter t ', ' Seteigpp;rdsthreeeyegarsi aego bera' tlithe Reds' ,presen wor an
. Olynapie champion. Berger and Vinci won gold medals at bowler must .be an athlete, no tory, dared KOsof to Post 15,000 & -
sont over-stoLet al,. oujoy. this. year in Riedel' 144,4 moll.
1 "IP'll'e .14Whe can't ge't act.'ton$ says Joe. the ames in Melbourne in 1956. They can-sure pick''em up. -' lun
-----1---- -. ; ----- .. -, - ,- -., ing himself beoween beers?" ey for an avoreue of 225 or better. '. ''' 0",, I, ti,,,,,,,I..,y t ,,, , : COnsult youfr iTrav.,ellAfent. -,;, ',
...,- ,. : or out o f ces 0 1
would help , ere -are 1614 of euys check
- . ,,, , , -.) ,, , .. ,, ,,, .,-, : -', n., '--' --- ' '' ', A-4 Mexie did it. ,. ,", A ,..' OSSA
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., t'' could fight -, Clarence ,Hinnant t,- ..:, ,,' ',1 ,, '''' ,e' 'THE PURPOSE 'OP THE End. Koeof eonsiders Fazict, winner of .4),, ,. 1 1
,
, Yolande Pompe, ,t1', Yvonne Durell;
nuts II V" Acchie Moore.,Anthonr 'a 'g a' 1n: ,, urance Classic is to prove that su eVerything but the All.Star, the ,'
; nerior 'bowler3 Ace good 'attleteF greetest athlete in 1he eountry. '''' .-
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ainno ithp ti,ftrelle apree ,,1111,1.ba.ed Too ,,:..... ,,,. Forty consecutive games kg a "1'1 h f ott h k
- ta w r te 113M0
bout 12' hours, witbouh a ,hreak. "could a fivefont -seven-inch 49. ' '
to live, with : s --:, ,, '1 4- -- ,,' ', I, ' '' '..., .,.
'onalif trt0;an frhne ?mh rio.ao,i1,19nnitin4; eyvh ..e hllaedt's1""titte Iho with ,, 4, ,,., , i , ,, t ,, 1 ecept for necessities. The bowler yearohl beet a bunch of too young ... ..SEB;I:,E, S, 7H
has to be Quite a man and in shape sters like six footfour, 215.pound,, '', Justol'"Arpsem
Tv1,4, sponsor. ,,,Gov. ---Men-nen wit.
re '.we could ha ',to found '
e:2Pa 1120 AAEveA AR. ,FroFelt7LwFteA'e 'In I IE 3Et s tA, 786, E 113' gin, C ,As',St 3 .i' : : ',- f ,:' :',.
o,thkeeeMo ot,norn to stay on his feet and knock 25,Yesnold Mlle weluent ', t,',.1
ale or .two mqmnusetrwrro : lett7r for US tO fill ... , ., : ... '
a unior 1:s ege agers i ,
,,,,: .. ,. .. t ,,,,,, down tains for that length of time. See whet Maxie Kosof Was iet, ,' .,,,t ,,,-,
i a h e e 0 u 1 d a n a g 0 t npeo 0 nit teet,i o nh I a; Tohvt.,1 ,116Inficlavn, : I ..- N. n .. . . -, ,. ,,.,.. ,. .... .. ,, -. apldrin not lino trt e, aebuys itenagorloseg osmoheaanrdporsohhooapove,tederderheoaansd ,astiunnrogat hn' flee rte? cchTlaahnes c's leo rt ogi gaidvnoea litmW.11.,zo,ir I, di: aEz in. - I ,
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juin a lot bf ,string's .,-, '
ying lob.
222.' 60c, .'n'''' 7, l':00:-.7.--'4.,:,,,I: ',,
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obles start. .,,fA ,,
nst manager', thinks h- -',' ---- ,1 ,,,
30c 1 HO ,
Knowles ',111 hoe ..n 1m. L.
e ean I ame ex Tues ay .
. ., olin -come areli
Uck-DavoY, 'maker' ChucItl'"ilg" figinlatiaf )1 ''king- ''' : '' )'' .' '' :' '' '' , 0- alley -Getting Bunt ap.--.
With ihe' end taf the'Intericholas- ,' . ', TODAY. 'w f
E. E, K E N ,D 0,1-A$r. DAY, ,
', '.' i ,- 'It'ELEASEI '
re ,pro' ring btc'tt hev;11117 beee29W2 jill -'m'otcl,,,,'e,, Balboa Bulldogs got, ready for ,
wait foreverl.'111,eA ugust.','" ,-,' , -- 4
plea, Mrs- 'can't He the big game of the season In the tie ,season in sight, Ganal Zone 0
n Chinese-Homer H
, Ming- - ', tusiG Slixs D,A.I' ''
?,, secretary'
s !wile Part with boxing. -i. ,,i, ,' A
, .And the d ..,, local schoolboy-basketball league Junior Collegeis maldng plans for
y won, er...what's,' wreng by taking the measure of the Jun-, their ; annual, 'invitation ,', basket its9 1r0 ". ING q
ild 411111Pri 1. '', limn College 60 to 32.'The big, g.a.me balll tournament ,which..; will be '' '' ' 1 l ' ,' ' .
, - ....Ale vrts rrutirp rti v,,,, A..: ...'''

- I will be next Tuesday rugnt lib marl stage at Ine Xamoa tiym on May 1 , , pxopoaral,,, J., I- "tug ;,,11

a.cemeptststiohneeser,. , ,11
garita when the Bulldogs ana ine zz2 zso ana It 1$ all eignt, team
, By FRED DOWN r I biented Baseball, 'Com AT THE SAIttr,
Tigersk will play. for what in all, affair, willuteams from,all cor- ,
I wo.111.
F k -44 21,1te , I 1
nrobabilitv be- the .ehamPiOn-Iners of the ,Cana.1 ZOne .lined uP oftin' t:Clr

- 1,- ,-' kivie;.' ''''''Ne7t--kf y,itow.'" A' '' 1
, qt .tp 1 gures as proof mat no new
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,,,,,niery. tawun ,111.411 1 'Wain ti,ti,, .,
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Knowles Insisted t,,fore .he ,To ,To1
1 ,To1 ays e Onlytalled I Pe
. 4 bum rap from critics who say ills home run- records will becset be. ,4p. t ,
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ship. The Tigers. still,,,,11.ave!, a to com te. n ..,.i
g me remaining with'J.C. whien
-a t, fhb- final In o 4,1;41."is 4,s LA 41:,,,L .,1,,,k."Ide
' ''""! ' ''' Los Angeles "Chinese Theater" is cause of the, t 1;
0,011.111m'a Ithileitat '''' .0111M1i.

, .4,, t- travest of home-run la out 7 7 ---,77... .-.7'-'. 1 '. 1 .11 '' edf ' r.' 7
. ' ' .. -- - I c111c1 44" 4 4c4""6 '" r'' 7--'1BH-,saraunYriTF,Ftluleurv; Zilluvi;e' hIlltatIc41 a Y' Y ,' Yi. I, :' ,,,omAc V ( 4 't 't t
414Mk ',' 1,'s Umpire 'A tleatheady standings.' l it
d , (' 1'
',. ".Ano.ther thjng. ?os' repember, Is 0 ..40,s;, : 2. ,,
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Roy Culbreth p.acta the ',,Bull-ltbree service teams and two civi- -1-Ing;' '
N:YORift, ''''' 'does to their onesided win Ivatal181fiall outfits. Albrooh, Claton, and 'PY,It ath.e,lv11 en.c'e'PrQdtieed:t?;
1
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h t ng. , I d
ks umpire 'A fleathead
, b
Roy Culbreth'pache the
That's the evidence' produced to "Another' thing io remember, Is ta,S , I
dogs to their onesided win viith 18 Ilan outfits. Albrook, Clayton, and
sthulveYfiro.lt th2tnf...ho3291,1ttin,Lg is usnally .4'1, 14,
BA; (VP)--For: points and Was closely f911o,vved:ty avy Commu.nicatlons hsve I i

. 1 DLIUUKIYU Deazer :star Pate. Pin neigsan ftwitn,,,vitwa; ,r ur LUC 'teams enterea. sea Aslant:Mei callx ,,,A11. the season Lass ; n A A..., ,,,, 1

, Pliser, susPondedoind4iiiiiiely- on hen pitching; 'staffs 'are 4". Vel,1'. 1 .1.', ..i k -:,,- -,-, q ,,d '' t iftw. --
'11'n's b.rween-si5e-v-iis''-it-liato5im, ,Selby'eh.amps,, Vnivirsal,
manager of the Qreen, Bay Blue with 13 points... !,.;),',1',,,JTIls', ',i AthletiP Club 111,ill .ralind ,011t the son, 1 There's no denying qttore straightened' out," ;Frick added. -0, vt-k,401,,- 4 del ''', t,'''''.41 A4"''''''t 4A '.1' '''I' 0.! V
geoet! on. 4 .. ,-,, .,,, ,, t, ,.
, jays- tor attacking umpire ..,Matt
I sport's; Arrnd i,h7e,,.thrse,weeks of the big deagtte. sea. later
The Collegians Were 'lloreed ,'' tA) field. .1 '.''',. ,,,,.., ,, ..,,,,, '.,, , homers were hit. nt the Coliseum '''I 'would say 'homer hitting will '.1 g Nb,,yr '' t'''1, ,- ''
Uri Ism a Ann nab ..........i dd ., rs ... a A i---..A,,... I .4.,a, iii titialinPfi In a oredn'illierv genie l' tho ntitli. &AS aril ill iiMirlAre utartv, ,hit at Tf fhb .00tm. ,......, k
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US Missile Units, Cyprys Dzspute
Trovide Issues In Greek Elections

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" ATHENS (tP)-- Foreign, policy
provides the two outstanding is is.,
., is., ',sues in today's general election
; in 'Greece.
EreCtion of NATO -missile
',lases in Greeee whilch in prac.
tice would mean, the admittance
..4of American missile units to this
; country -- and the festering dis-,
, pute over Cypfus are the two top
issue. ,
Politica' observers saidPremier
Constantine Karamanlia outgoing
4' government might eke out a nar.
- row victory on the basis of its'
past 'record.' Bur they said the
vote would be close. particularly
in vi'ew of the spirited campaign
put' up 1)y the opposition parties.
.', The opposition parties have
loined,frin a, concerted campaign
against the 1Caramanlis adminis administration,
tration, administration, charging that he has been
NAtothing more than a ,"yes-man
;Jo. NATO affairs and bps failed to
press demands for a policy 'of
"...self-determination in Cyprus with
- sufficient purpose.
yprus as een a mkor, ssue
every Greek election for the
,,pas,t five years. The island which
.bas a oreek,speaking maioritv, is
,tionder I ritish, rule, but its Greek
,,poPulatiOn 0 wants union with
Greece.,

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'Ii-rovides lite two outstanumg la. ,
intentational jewelry
in today's general election key, while Britain is un ec e
, follow. I

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- EreCtion 01 1,4 A I V swoo.,,, ., El
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','Tases in Greeee whilch in prac The election follcAvs the' defeat
- ice would mean, the admittance of the 'Karamanlis governmeot in -- .
' of American missile units to this a confidence vote. Karamanliss a, A imp ,,,
1lAtipt
LIFE INSUIIANCE ((ef1;11 11,
N'ING 1 ik
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'14.P.IiWk :' Ati3OUND 'It.
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country and the festering dis-,,lawyer turned politician, has been , ,- call ., , .)..., I" ,, '': ,. .'
;
, pute river ,Cyprus, are the two top in power since January:. 18,56. ,
, 5',, 4 JIM 111DoE 1 ;
issue. , ; ,.- When his National Radical Union
' Politica' observers saidPremier won 54.5 per cent of the popular. .... General, Agent - ,,,,-, , .. ,. i! By vrm , J... ,,, : ,.. , ',..
,Coilstantine Karamanli's outgoing vote in a genera' 'election. klibraltar, Life Ins. Co., , ,, : ,, - - :, ..,
' rnment might eke out a nar.
gove for rates and Information , , '-'7' --'"' ;
. ", TeL Panama- 2- 55 ' '' . . '
, ,row victory on the basis of its Chief ooPosition party, are the' 0 2 Monday marked the opening of ''' Many loops, return' s MAP' e
' past 'record.' Bur they said the Liberals, the party of former Pre. . schoo.s in Panama with its attend. ., m:,, , ,-- --
' vote would be close, particularly inier Sophocles Venizelos. They ing comusion. The absence of suf- Next Sunday' '' ''.
, May 18 the',St
in vi'ew of the sPirited campaign h a v e campaigned atren,uously i , , &lent space to accomodate t it i) Paul's Choir Guild wilt b' pr
. put' up liy the opposition parties. since the dissolution of- the last cA ,,, gumbo) of children of school'age ing a program ,of sacreed ems eu ns t
. ., ,- .. parliament on a platform whose' : , make for a very,sorry'ptc,ture,, featuting some of th b t I.
e es ta
, Thii nnnngition parties have main olank has bePn rejection of! . . It was also -claimed thatt thbse t b b
, , ., en erea outs. ,

loined,fr in concerted campaign American missile bases, ,-' u
! against the 1Caramanlis adminis. Most parties, including the Na11 II
sbAIRES"

ir-ation:eharaina that he has been' tional Itadieal Union, are against ir ,,

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TELEPHONE 2-0740

Apartments
;FOR RENT:---As, of May th,
Deluxe two,bedroom apartment.
, 2, baths Cone with tub and
',shower). ,Large sitting and
, rodm, kitchen. Maidroom
and bath,' adjoining separate
laundry section. Lovely:garden
, and putting green:At Nw 374-
"9"-Street-El, Cangreio, Phone
3-0319 during office hours.
FOR RENT:Modern cninfort-
, able, twn bedrcom apartment
with maid'a bedroom, two bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, livingroom, diningroom,
, balcony; terrace, garage, hot
water; with' sot without furni furni'tures.
'tures. furni'tures. Phone Nib. 3-0444, No.
.11 48th Street. ' '
FOR' RENT:Nicely furnished
apartment, porch, parlor-diningroom,
bedroom, kitchen, garage..
Tiled. All screened. $55.00 Ap Apply
ply Apply Pio. 112 Via Belisario Porras,
ear Roosevelt Theatre.
g LP RECORDS
, At low prices
All Trade Marks
TROPELCO S. A.
45th Street and Via Espaia
, Phone 31285.
FOR RENTt--Screrned apart apartment
ment apartment of 3 large bedrooms eack
witr 2 ciosets and bathroom:
large livingroom,' kitchen; and
' maid's room with toilet and
lavatory --- $130.'06 per month.
, Also FOR RENT: eurniture
apartment o one bedroom,
kitchen and living foom --
$60.00 per month. Apartments
over Swift & Co. on 4th of )uly
, A Apply: lanitor r or
phone: Hopkins Balboa 2966:
FOR RENT:-2 bedroom apart-,
ment in Duplex house, fenced
yard, garage. Call Gamboa 6-
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IConimercial Sites
FOR RENT:-...Three spaces suit.
sblo for shops 'or storage: 22
feet by 63 feet; 15 feet by 25
feet; and 19 feet by, 30 feet.
, All with high ceilings and drive-
,,,, in doors. In rear of Swift tr Co.
1-WARti-, 4th. Pjl,ne1
Hopkins. Balboa 2966o,
The Turkish-speaking minority,
however, wants union with Tur- I
key, while Britain la undecided!
what policy to follow.
The election follcAvs the' defeal
of the 'Karamanlis., government in
a confidence vote. Karamanlis,
,lawyer turned politician, has been
, power since ,January; 1956.
When his National RadiCalATtliOn
won 54.5 per cent of the popular popularvote
vote popularvote in a general 'election.
, Chief opposition partr are the.
Liberals, the party of former Pre Pretnier
tnier Pretnier Sophocles, Venizelos. They
have campaigned stren'uously
sinee,the dissolution of- the last
parliament on a platform whose'
main Plank has been reiection
American missile bases.,
Most parties, including the Na-1
tional Radieal Union, are against
bases,but the Liberals have comc
out in strongest- ,opposition
'The Liberal eleition thanifesto
s'aid 110 dicUSsion on the' setting
up of missile basesshooM be net
mitted until' a favorable' settle
ment hai been negotiated on the
Cyprus- ouestion. The manifesto
did not indicste, however,' wheth whether
er whether the Liberals would vote for or
sqatrat bases in a parliamentary
showdown., I
UNSW1C
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Without
' Trade-In
' Guerrero Ave.
, Tel.' 10874
East Tel. 2-1444

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VAN-DER-M-0 Street No 43 PARMACIA EL BATURROPareso Wm I Street FARMACIA "SAS"Vio Porno 111 NOVADADES ATMS Beside
thil Bella Nieto ThestreL -- COLON: Castro! Avenue 1E163 Tel. 433 ' ' I i '

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FOSTER S C a L
OttatieS all ism
Beach House. Ono mile past tho
Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.,
PPOLLIPS Oceanside Cottages
'Santa Clara RI fle P. Phan Pat
nama .3-1877 Cristobal 1-1 673.
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- FOR SALE:Vacation quarter
during June, July and August..
r Gambia 279.r
FOR RENT:Chalet with fur.
,nished or unfurnished, two bed-,
rooms, garage,L -yard, terrace.
, Phone 3-6697 after ; p.m.
LP RECORDS
At low prices
All Trade Marks
,
: TROPELCO S. A.
4Sth Street and Via Espaak
, Phone
FOR RENT Bountifully fur..
nished housekeeping room, don-t!.,
hie ,couck, refrigerator. 'kitchen,
cabinet with attached' stove,
bath, Ind entrants independent.,
No. 3,' Slnd Street. Phone S.,'f
Hote1:11011AND, HOUSE
S mint. front the heart ot
Sow Jos, Costa Rica,'
Completely modern conveniences In
Suites and Bungalows, all with
private bath. Hot and cold, water.
,56 an'd 58
with meals.
Coomepolitan kitchen
, Berm riding. 7 1,
, For feservationsP,
': 3 ittot 4459
Manager: 'Bill pnd Elenor Jaspers)
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' min.,' Camera
1. 1-.9 lems 69.50'
more for: iour Do1lar.'
jetv'elty
155 Central Ave. ':t
LIFE INSURANCE
- 4 JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar, 1.dte Ins. Co.;
for rates and Information
, TeL Panama- 2-0552

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name 2-0552 II Monday m-arked 'th f
--- ------ --- e opening o
schoo,a in Panama with its attend.
.,,....,..,,..,..,,... ing comusion.,The absence of nut nut,.
,. nut,. r Iniucimeit;tetspace to coronfoodahteooth e
liSHICA '4' Make
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lorolicvhielrdylre
. ' It was glso -claimed thatt these
sorry' pcie.turea,,,g
f ,. attending the:Jose- Dolores ,Mos.
1RES" ' cote .secondary ,school may not be
able to contmue there for long In
'. view' of the condition of the for former
mer former ,convent, which houses t h e
meras , school. ,' v '
, A ' Ikea' mechanics were An the'
ill,
atiett6)
', carpet this week for failure I, to
properly 'adjust brakes and other
,,. : satety gadgets on automobiles,
IAA" "" when they are' being overhauled
LA uutioN ... or, repaired., Thus the surpr)se of
many kap- owners- when their ve ve,
, ve, ..- hides ao not pass the mecnanicat
, test, at traffic headquarter& was
in a measure explained. .. ', '!,-
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. i Last Sundayo a birthday get; J
ur ,Tv Problem? together was given by Mr.- and
Mrs. Edward Ford in honor, of
their daughtera Mariai who col colebrateci
ebrateci colebrateci her special .clay, 'on
,,,, Monday. "''; b ,'' 'ij
N.- Among those i' enliying the
. Ford's hospitality were: Chris Chris)
) Chris) fine...Campbell, Lolita 4 MCLOod;
Gloria Hogan, Amelia Princ e,
Perlita Rose, Lucho Martin, KJ.,
111111 carde Buchanan,- Cecilia Kelly,
Alfredo Hogan !and Guillermo
, .,----- Hogan. i ,'., ,,
ATIt',PARTS ':, '' .----;--, '. ''
,ITY SERVICE The St. Peter'i Society has
, SAME DAY listed g special event for June 15,1
,
' '' '' t' picnic through the Canal trom
Price on trantiporta alboa to, Gatun -, 't,i ''
rained technician. ', . to b
, ,., 4 Tickets were ,expected i e
RD AOENCIES i put 9n sale this 'week.. 1, I
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Ave. NC 18-20 ',,; ' '
pt. 21,005 ,' ' Willy- Parcell of Boite "W" is
--,-----a recuperating nicely at the Santo'
' Tomas klospitai 'atter an accident
- t.,t A ,' last Sunday when his automobile
:,::.:.....:......... . .. wae virtnally demolished, .,:
ill::fg:::f.i..., .: 0 t 0, .--;,.' ,, ,
'41::::..:::..f.- ' .. Over en the' Atlantic side the
:ew".'::'" ,. t Circulo Cuatro Boys directed by
' Oil (- ',''.:. Harry Sterling Ai& preparing for
' .2 the presentation of their :tenth
.
A..... : ,- consocutive, June snow '.' ,,
tilit ., ,'N, This taleift.roview, according
' '' A, t ffl i I f th lubwill
dip,. t ,. oane ea e, 3 C
1:01itti ''' J., surpass all previeus effertsL of
p,,sii 's ' ,", the group.- The data set for,the
c, so t- 7ro--,-,,-...,.,. -114. show's- is June -16.,....,,,,.....-s.
'4'141 '. ' ''. I M. m
...w ), On Wednesday popu ar iss ae
pria, ,. ,,,. Barber of .Rio Abajo observed. an.
rte "., i , other anniversary of her ,,birth,
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he
. ,, an, occasion which s spent
, quietly. '

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'Special Halt Price en tranqporta.
lion 11.81.t trained technician.
CRAWFORD AOENCIES
Tivoli Ave. NC 18-2, ',,;
., Iret. 2 1005 '

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'.Home Articles,
LP RECORDS
- At low prices
, All Trade Marks
TROPELCO S. A.
45th Street and Via Esoafia
- Phone ;-12115. 1'
FOR ;ALE: Beautiful light
wood modern bedroom set,rcus.
' tont built in the States. 18 cubic
foot Stor-Mor vAmanam freezer freezerJefrigerator,
Jefrigerator, freezerJefrigerator, 2 doer combina combinaVon,
Von, combinaVon, RCA 24 inch TV set. oabi.
net custom built in States. Wok
: Bilt stove with built-in Rotis-
seri ,and griddle. Baby's crib
end chifforobe set ,with hi-chair
, and stroller., All furniture prac
Ecally -new. Leaving
Call Panama 3-3937.
FOR SALE;--Large 11 I cu. ft.
'General 'Electric refrigerator 60
cycles. two doors, separate trees.
',ing department. Excellent con-t
dition $240.00. Nine Pi's nal
bamboo living room furniture.
12 $75.00.' China closet 550.00.
Tel. 3-5783.
Spice' Bill 111hiziet
Thru Pentagonjays
Send' Iihtisn
- WASHINGTON' 'CCP) Senste
Vemocratic .Leader' Lyndon John
son (Tex.) said yesterday the ad administration's
ministration's administration's space agency bill
was, "whiized through the Penta Pentagon
gon Pentagon on. a motorcycle.
' Johnson, chairMan of the Sen..
ate, Space Committee, said it was
"somewhat disturbing to discover
that the only chance our defense
leaders had, to comment on the
outer,. space was -a' 24,hour
period tor, each service.
,
Defense Secretary Neil '11.,
Elroy told a news conference
Thursday the ,Defense Department
must retain firm control of .411
military 'Space' projects. He 'said
,aliyA neve tivilian ...agency 0, should
handle 'testily non-military aapects1
of space exploration,' ,
f'We feel that, it is'in the ,111.1
trest of national security that the
military aspects of a L splice pro program
gram program should continue- to have
finding 'and direction from the De.
1 partment of, Defense," McElroy
declared.
' Army' Se'cretary' Wilber M.

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Hurry dkt LUM'S Hurry 40 Ave.
Nacional (Auto Row) Just un-.
packed a large shipment Nice ",
New Rattan Furniture an Bas Baskets.
kets. Baskets. Novelty' ete. joins fast.
Don'tt miss it. ,,
FOR SALE:Good clean desk.,
2 ft. Rt. by 44 ft. 2 in. with
center drawer and six side dravoL:
era $20.00. Phone: Hopkins,
Balboa 29f 6.
- RECORDS
t My Fair Lady $2.15
".Ar.ound the World In
SO Days" $2.25
and thousands of other selections
TROPELCO S. A.
45th Shoat and Via hpala
Tel. 34235.
FOR SALI tars and Trucks
accessories, also spare parts for
Diesel, Caterpillars. O.M. me.;
tors, refrigerator, safe vaults.,
We else have for ', one
"GMC", 312 fon luck lit good
condition, We sell kinds of
surplus Materiil. CONTINENA'
SUPPIJERS Central Ave, t
No.. 12.179, 4 13th St. Tel.
41038-11 Apt. 1091, Colon. ;.
FOR SALE:Amateur 111...100
receiver. Albrook 7203. -'
, PANAMA CANAL'COMPANY,
' OFFERS CABLF ,FOR SALE
1 Sealed bids, for opening ip pub pubblic,
blic, pubblic, will be received until
30 a.m.,- May 16, 19514' in the
, office of Superintendent, Store-
hduse Branch,' fdr
vitioue typos of' cable.:lovita-
tion No. S-511.407,inay'be ob ob,teined
,teined ob,teined from office of ,SuPee ,SuPeeintendent,
intendent, ,SuPeeintendent, ,,StorehOum Bronchi, ',
telephone 1-1086: .!'
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' EI,Paeantme Hiltee,1taa large
'variety els!riecorativo plants ter
indoortfl' and, doers eni'sale..
Info. Mr,, Pelyits Tel., 3.1660
from 7 am-tet p.m.
,
itirucker,-. Air Torce Underseork
'Malcciltri A.' Mcintye wad
Asst.', Navy Secretary 'Garrison
Norton all testified earlier before
the Senate,comMittee that: they
had only. one day each, go study
the,! proposal and make recom recommendations..
mendations.. recommendations.. .. ..;-
''' Many 'happy, returns, Mae
Next Sunday, May '18; the ',St,
Paurs Choir Guild wilt be present presenting
ing presenting a program .of sacr,ed music
featuting some of the best,
ent hereabouts. 1
'Tickets mar 'be had' from any
member of 'the Guild or: t
vestry, of the Church. : I
. ""
A send-off party was heid for
Carlos Mavy and 31aureeri ,An--
dersonwho returned to- schnol in
the 'interior of the Repulllic. last
Monday:.
'Among- tbOse attending the af afatr,
atr, afatr, which was a real o 11,y
binge," ,were: Shirley Cla5k;-Se.
lina, Turner,' Eneida Montes
da Dohham,, Anita Adails,, Aldilh
Butcher, Lorenzo Burton Rafael
Wilmot, Armando Taylor, Ricar Ricardo
do Ricardo Segura, Earl 'Johnson, 'eduar 'eduardo
do 'eduardo Collins4 loSe Williamson Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco Alcide, Ernesto Clauzel and
Roberto Husband, J, 'f,
, Sick 'and confined ,To, Carol!,
Hospital,Ward 22i'Bed 11 Mrs
Edith Tulloch mother- of George
end Arnold TuUoch. "; ; e
, Hopea are entertilned :for ',the
'speedy 'and tomplete recovery 0:
the ailing ,matr,On
'Tho Harlem Boys aro really
Whooping things 'up for the r
inaugural fiesta whicn will tako
tho form of a night picnic,-16
be held at the spacioUs Bairea'
'rio Balboar in Juan Diaz.'
' Thaftvent is on tap for Fri Friday,
day, Friday, May'30. One of thou, most
popular dance ensembles ha v
basin angagad to take care. ,of
ths musical chores.
The anniversary celebration of
the Magnolia Dancing Club, w I 111
be a real big affair this year. The
group is planning to dwarf a 1 I
its previbus affairs.
1 Invitations. are beint circulated
on both sides of the Isthmus for
the May 31 observance..
- 01.111'11M Boar' It: "Telf me,"
said the Judge,"'llo' you want a
jury trial, or to be tried, by the
court?", "Viell,4 if You're, trying
to please me, replied the prison.
er, want to be discharged."
, Thought For Today: Ile w h
has a thousand friends has not
one to spare, and he who has
one enemy, shall meet On every everywhere,
where, everywhere,
Omar Khayyam.

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Lady $2. 5

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.11011' SALL-111 outboard
- crania. licensed for five. 1957
25 hp. motor and all equipment
needed for boating. Snap on
anchorage cover. All for $700
, or will sell lost for $475 and
motor and controls for $225.00.
Call Albrook 2104.
FOR SALE:rNey, erusiat tont.,
pieta with trailer upholstery kit
, etc Sea it at SEARS, Los Arlie..
les Stens,
' RECORDS
My Fait Lally $2.85
'Around This World.in''
A 80 Days' $2.25
and thousands ol othor solutions
' TROPELCO S. A.t
4Stis Stroot and Via Espaga
Tel. )-1121IS.
WANTED: ---- American family
,trantt to rent throe do. dour bad- 1
room house in boot area of Pan-
ama. CAI Lt. Col. flogoo at TI
, volt 'Hotel. t 4
Government Booklet
Lit 4 Food Groups'
Heeded For Fitness
wAsHiNGTom Ag
riculture Department in fresh
-approach to the problent of an
adequats' diet ,has come up with
a pew daily foodquide based on
four broad. food grovps.'
The guide is 'called 'food for
fitness.' Its, plan for good nutrt nutrttion
tion nutrttion is based, on one simple 'rule-.
'Tat la proper variety of ordinary
sUggests' the daily di-I
et be based'On these'four kinds 'of
foods'. milk,' meat, and alternates
such, as 'eggs and, dry beans or
peas,''fruita and vegetables, and
.breads 'and cereals, A department
home economist said that "together,-these
beds can supply the
liutrients you need to keep4in top
shape and, looking yogi., best:.'
The department said' the' mini minimu'm
mu'm minimu'm number of servings recom
mended for- each food group will
supply' most of. a day's essential
nutrients and about, half the cal calories
ories calories needed' by the average, adult
Additional nutrients, and calories
will come from extra servings and
from fats and sugars, ordinarily
used withifoods in the four basic
groups. t 'r
Louise Page and Esther 'F. Phi Phinerd,
nerd, Phinerd, nutrition analysts in,the Ag Agrteultural
rteultural Agrteultural :Research Service's in institute,,
stitute,, institute,, of fionie,, economics, used
findings from food -.'consumption
surveys as ii guide to nutrients
needing emphaSis.
4 ,,, ;
These survets Showed that cal calcium
cium calcium and vitamin 'C are 'the nu.
trients most likely to be below the
'National 'Resear,ch Council's rec recnmmended
nmmended recnmmended allowances,' Some' di diets1
ets1 diets1 slso tare, short? in vitamin' .A,
and thiamine.- The ,sur-,
veys 'showed also the kinds ,and
quantities of foods that people,
eat, The 'tommonls, used foods'
that Contaht important' nutrients.
aienrilutuadnitni.n,eldT ht neel s, tehr tea SPofti?rttictcrhbebrer:1:dwi irdrit'
these erouns, as tht basis for the
;new food plan.

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1 ,,,' My Fait Lady $2.15
. 'Around Ths Worid.lit''
A 80 Days' $2.25

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irregularitiei that oectir, inioluntarily, from time-to time,'
THE PANAMA AMERICAN has established a special

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Miscellaneous
fALCONOLiCS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER 7A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL C.Z.
, 0 LP RECORDS
at real low prices
, All Trade Marks
,. TROPELCO S. A.
45 St. end Via Espaiia
- Phone 3-1285.
,,
, By WILLIAM to LAFFLER
,
,
, NEW YOAK (UP) The Mc McGuire
Guire McGuire Sisters, who appear. to sel,
dom. on television, have worked
tbeir way ,up to the top of tbe
'music business with an unbeatt unbeattblw
blw unbeattblw combination of beauty and a ability.
bility. ability. '
,
. .
Dottie, Phyllis and Christine
form such trio-that it is
only 'natural' that 'their "Sugar
Time" record is a best seller.
, But the sisterti, ire' aho adept
on the slowl tunes, as bile
the Lights Are Low," a Coral 12
inch LP, will show. They have
chosen tit -dozen soft numbrs,
'mong them t"Tenderly,", "Moon
Song"; and "I'm in the Mood for
Love," to round out,this LP. and
enhance their reputation.
. ,
4iLtrifing- tho girt' singles Gals
Storm is recognized as one of
the best.' She and Pat Boene
helohl make Dot a maior la.
bel 'with bast gelle13, and her
LP's also have moved fast.
Gale's latost, Stpcm Hits,"
Is a reprise of her 12 top sone.,
IncludIng "Dark Moon" and ."I ."Ivery
very ."Ivery Tower." ,
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This Is the .50th anniversary of
Irving' Berlin's entry, into show
business and artists Siound the
country ire, naving him tribute.
"The Best, of .1rving Berlin" R,
CA,Victorl'by' Reg Owen a n d
His Orchestra is a fast moving
LP. that encompasses 11 ofl, his
f
great song. 'and' 'four medleys.
Another., great Popular, music
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dinit

A mid-westerner; lietty was born
and grew bp in Minneapolis,
Minn. When she was still a child,
het' familly recognized her artistic
inclination and talent and ,enCOltr,
aged her, especially m 11,6 I c.,
She had already learned to play
the violin and when the tinut came,
for her to enroll in college, she
chose Music at; her major field
oe,,study.She says, however: tbat
she cannot remember, 04'n e
when she did not yearn to have
a 'paint brash or drawing pencil
in ter hand,- ,

In hp' ,freshman year a
braska Nesleyaivz 1.31,iiversjty;sslie
studied violin, harmony 'and coun counterpoint.
terpoint. counterpoint. Her, sophomore year she
transferred to Montana State Col College.
lege. College. There she 4.aught violin to
beginners but changed ter nialor
to art and:seriously began h'e r
study of art appreciation Ind
painting. ,".
.was at Montana State that
she came gunder the influene of
Olga Ross' Haannoewho recogniz recognized
ed recognized her talent 'arid encouraged,' htr
to continue her study Wart. Bet,
ty still feels that her- infillenee
wan- on- imp9rtant, opc ,in her life.
Marriagt, interyoned!, '4 however,

'1 ' ,' ,. when she became he lie ,orthe
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NEW (1'011X (UP)-: U,S. fash;. 513Iung ha
lOnti will fill a new role at the '- lawyer, whom she d met
eluring her freshmati year while
Brussels Pah --' thei'll be on 'ex d th University
he was atten ing
hibit to help win the friendship,of
foreign visitors. of Nebraska law schoeol: '. :
.., '' PoPowing their' marriage they
' made their home in ,St., Pad,
American styles from blue de- Minn. As a bride, Betty was kept
nims and bathing suits to ball busy as a homemaker and later
gowns and furs will be on corn. bringing up .heir, two children.
uous display at the 1,T., S. Pavilion. Their son Alan was born first and
- ' ' a lew' Years later daughter Joan
, The clothes were gathered un- m de,her appearance. she conti contider
der contider the direction of Vogue maga. nued to study art and to paint,
sine at the request of the 1.7- S, however; dual( all of her spare
State Department. 'rhe collections time. ,1, ; ., I
will be, changed each six weeks, )- Her husband was inspirationalo
until the fair closes Oct. 19. Vo- in furthering her art education
que called the presentations a and later hor careori ale Ma,
"slice of life" because the clothes The first year of their m a r rare
are rare in all price ranges. ,- Hags he gave her an out!

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. Wet strength loweli serve twice for this little convalescent.
They protect ber bed table and provide a source for sketch
, paper,when she runs out of pictures to color.
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ber of,the family. The worry a a,
, a, lone is, enough to drive her to
''',,distraction without the added,' in
cessant repetitious clean -.up rou.
.1. tines-she mtist Perform.
' found' Sturdy, wetstrength
Paper'towels -to -be, a- real- boon
'to mein troubled times., By "wet "wetstrength,'""tt'
strength,'""tt' "wetstrength,'""tt' Mean a towel that
, will absorb moisture in reasonable
quantity 'without disintegrating as
' A bedpide tahle for medi'cationa
,tis a 1st,' and a paper towel co.
vering protects' the finish, while
Absorbin41,neyitable, spills sells sellsJactorily.
Jactorily. sellsJactorily.
ldo, for vireo vireo,
, vireo, oing'-soilecr dressings and swabs
for.diposal hithe incinerator.
, Many ointments 'produce a dan:,
, dy stain on fabric towels,
paper. "variety permit' yeti
x to wipe,tyouri hands 'nearly clean
before.you wash up., ,,,,
Doubli,thicknesS of toweling be between
tween between trillow4agi, and, pillow And
under ;sheets- absorb perspirittion

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bnt oven (400 degrees) for 12 min.

. By',AILIEN SNODDY
NEW' YORK ( A) 'East is
!- meeting West with all their, con;
tradictions in the Metropolitan mu
seum of Art.
Here woMen touch their coif-lured
heads as air conditioning
gently wafts a curl for two out of
.4 place. It is an unconscious ges.
ture, done as they bend to read
;, a plate which introduces them to
11 'smiling Maitreya ,Buddha, a
sample ot Korean, art., Then they
Move on to examine the 187 piee piee'
' piee' es on display in this country for
the first time.,
The mechanical cooling e n n:
: n: troll the gallery temperature in
, order that centuries old Korean
painting, porcelain and gilt
bronze won't be harmed.,
Tbis is the second stop for the
, priceless collection revealing' the
ancient culture of a "newly dis dis:
: dis: colitred" country. Chewon Kim,
director'of 'the National Gallery
of Korea, feels that "nobody
'knows abbut Korea,"
Korot was little known Jo the
West tin 'the' world learned of e
parallel and blood was spilled 0-
Ver hie homeland.
i The exhibition an expression
of the Koreate people's gratitude
tp the United States for its aid:
Jt will tour Boston, Seattle, Alin Alin,
, Alin, ateapolis, San Frangiseo, los An Angeles
geles Angeles and Honolulu before return
! tog to Seoul in March,, 1959. :
- The effort to differentiate Jape Jape!'
!' Jape!' nese, Chinese and tKorean art is
t made frequently as visitors wan wander
der wander through the 'g eller y. The
, lighting creates a tomb-like at
mosphere for the Buddhas and
'1' crowns of ancient dynasties.
The distinction is dificult to
explain. In precise, measured Eng Engfish.
fish. Engfish. Kim pointed out that all
; Western paintings look similar to
Oriental.
Yet, there is a separation of
t English from Americfm art work,
Fordigh from Dutch,- French 'tom
1. This i3 tile of Orirmtal
t."

Eyery homemaker coll,s at some I alid reduce vur bed changilig

,chore materially.
They're fine, too', at bath time
to guard 'bedding against wash
water,-
You can' fashion them into an
Improvished barber's cape, if you
want to give the convalescent
dry shampoo. :

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' The little ones, once they're on
the mend ,,from a, particular chil
hood ;illness, Can be kept quite
bits3r wkth a boxi-of crayons, water
tolorg :Modeling clay, and. a bed
table on which ta work.,
t Again Over.: the
bed table with toweling and fits.
ten with. cellulose tape.
It will handle the adlib .scrib.
bling nicely. And it' served. as a
fine 'medium, Jo,' on which to
draw, once, the coionng book pos.
sibilities are exhausted.

- Alan Priest, curator of Far
Eastern art at the Met, explain.
ed it furthert "The Korean artist
is. liotteoncerned with suPern e elegance'
legance' elegance' of brush stroke but,,rath but,,rathir
ir but,,rathir with forthright, representation;
which is often .very refreshing.7
Kim feels Korea is very lucky
preserved. The country .of .ragged
peaks and 'turbulent rivers was a
stronghold of tar Eastern, Culture
in the fourth century.
But the Japanese and Chinese
Mongols repeatedly overran Ko Korea.
rea. Korea. Paintings,' especially, were
destroyed', A hatred for anything
Japanese, which stems from an
vestiges of that eountry's influ.
vestiges of that cocntry's influ influence.
ence. influence. Ironically, Koreans were
sent to Jaapan at vine point to
tenrh sculpture technique.
1.-p4 of the p.iwilvs on

By DOliOTHY MATTINGLY

knewcomei to the Isthmus cannot remain here long,
before encbuntering the-oil paintings and watercoiori sign- ir-
ed BBB which 'hang the Little Gallery of the Tivoli 1
Guest House, t)e lobby of the JOB 'or YMCA, or at an art k
exhibit in the Canal Zone or in Panorna.
Artist Betty Blew,Bentz is the talented and versatile
wife of Paul A. Bentz, general counsel for the Canal' Zone
governMent. ,
Her. interest art, which began in her childhopd, and
seryed as a ilobby when' her children:were small, has since
turned' into a fulltime professional Guist-,
, 'With' her ta'lent and vibrant enfirgy she has enjoyed
,
success as a painter and teacher while e9riching-her own
- life and the lives of those around her.
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Mrs. Soon. Yong Lee explains the history of gilt bronze
statue to Doran Hurley at the Korean art exhibit in New York.

silk and ink on paper were done
by gentlemen scholars.

'Centuries ago,: 'a gentleman
icholar,was required to do three
things 'well,' Kim related. "These
were to compose a poem, a paint painting
ing painting and calligraphy.' :
the gentleman schalar
has given way to professional :ar-
tists who even paint nudes, a "ve "very
ry "very uncommon" practice 400 years
ago, according to Kim.
Excavations a half-centruy Isgo
yielded the unduplicated celadoo
pottery and gilt bronze on dis display.
play. display. More might he in Korean
museums today but night raiders
destroyed valuable examples -4, by
digging in tombs to get porcelain
which they sell to museums at a
profit. The 'pieces went under.
nround again during the Korean
War.

T7Z SUNDAY A!.:7nIctN

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which she still has and still us.
. ,The Bentzes first came to the
Isthmtis in 1928 ,when Mr..Bentz
was appointed to codify the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal Zone laws. 'After a
year or two they retarned to
Washington, R. C., while he. was
indexing the code. In 1933 the 3'
made, their second trip' down for
what' was supposed. to be a six-'
month assignment but turned out
,to be their permanent home.
During' the ensuing years, al although
though although ter home and family
came first, she continued to stu study
dy study and to paint. During vaca--
tons, whether spent in Florida,
New Mexico,' New York or Costa
Rica, Betty sought out a well
known artist who ,,,- was offering
classes and enrbiled
She has -been I member of the
Canal Zone Art League and the
Canal Zone Branch, N a t ilo n a 1
League of American Pen Women,
of which she is trasurer, tor Ma Many
ny Many years. She has -also held Mem Membership
bership Membership in the American Artists
Professional League for the past
five years.
, In addition to. exhibiting with
the Art Students', League. w
the Pen Women lit their Little Gal Gallery
lery Gallery exhibits', 'at 'the Tivoli- and
with the Third National Art Exhi Exhibition
bition Exhibition of Panama, Betty has had
Several one-man showt- at t h e
3WB-11S0 and at the YMCA-1JSO.
She exhibited 31 oils in a one
man show at the National School
or Painting. For these works
,shown locally, she hat' received
countless' numbers of awards and
prizes.
yecent OMAN. In oil was
ono of the 240 entries accepted
for hanging at the National
Arts Club Galleries In Now
York for a special showing in
commemoration of the 1957.
monican Art Week.
Following relluests for art class classes
es classes in the Canal Zone, Betty be be.gan
.gan be.gan to hold classes at the Balboa
YMCA-USG. They have continued
to grow until she is now teaching
both morning and evening classes.
One student, who is becoming
ouite proficient, has come from
Colon over a period of thr ee
years to attend ber classes. Her
students exhibit continuously in
the lobby of the YMCA in addi addition
tion addition to four student shows which
she has sponsored.
Betty enjoys teaching as much
as painting, "It gives one a sense
of 'deep satisfaction, she remark remarked
ed remarked 'Ito observe the delight and a amazement
mazement amazement of students when they

ALMOST 'EVERY .'AFTERNOONo Betty Blew' Bentz' 'tan be
found painting in ber studio et home.. Banging in ,their Its
Iractive home, in ,Ancon'arelnany watere dots. olla afid casein'

1, She declares that she has no
'freference as to medium and sub subect
ect subect matter but feels that a good
artist can paint anything in any
medium. Among her' works, how however,
ever, however, are many still Wes and pox.;
traits, the most recent p9rtrait
being of Patricia Marken, which
she painted for, the'Pen liiromen's
autographing party in honor; of
Mrs. Marken. 1
While in Washington, D.C last
yekr she did a commissioned por.
trait of Flora Hol1e, wife of Maj.
Gen. Charles G. Ho lle, and has
lust finished a portrait of t Jack
Person, son of Gen. John L. Per..

AT AN EVENING CLASS at the Balboa oTIIICA-CSO, artist.Betty Bentz is shoWn giving in instrurticu
strurticu instrurticu to a, voting art student who Is completing an oil painting. The yonng lady, who has
.been studying for several months, shows promise of being competentt, and perhaps talented
artist. In addition to exhibiting in art shows, many of the artist's students have sold painting
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, found painting in her studio at home. Hanging in ,their its
tractive home in ,Ancon. are many waterc llots, olle and casein!)
iwhich Bettx is constantly replacing ,aud, changtngaccording
to hor,, ,
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watch their' first canvasses devel.' S011; also of Washington .7
op." BettY ssYs-one of the ,nicost
fler 'students come from all things that ever happened to ler
walkii of. life, young and old and was to have a total stranger buy
of many nationalities and races; two of beistill.lifes to take to his
"Art is universal and knows no' home ,in ustralik. A crew mem.
boundaries of race,. creed,. color', bet on an Australian ship,' .1se
or language,',!, she says. stopped at the ,YMCA, to send a
About being an artist Betty couple of hours leave end a,w
says, "One of the chief values in and admired hbr paintings. -He
painting lies in the excitement of wrote asking about her 'work and
the search for and discovery of prices, A ,year later t when 'bis
beauty in all aspects of nature as ship,again passed through. Bathos,
welt as in the common place he appeared with the cash which
man Made material things that he had saved to purchase two
surround of us as human be. paintings.
ings. , 'In addition to her work ix ,in

Betty says.one of the ,n least
things that ever happened to ler
was to have a total stranger buy
two of he; still.lifea to take to his
home .in Australia., A crew mem.
ber an Australian ship,' .be
stopped at the :YMCA, to send .a
couple of hours leave and -- a a,w
and admired hbr paintings. -Be
wrote asking about her 'work and
'Prices. A ,year ,,, later t when his
ship,again passed through-Balboa,
he appeared with the cash which
he had saved to purchase two
paintings.
-In addition to her work, as -an
artist,.,Betty manages a Jorge
and attractive home id-, Aneon
and enjoys 'entertaining friends.
The Bentzes', daughter,' J a n,
now Mrs. Murray Davidson,-lives
in Yonkers, N. Y., and their son
Alan, a .;hemist by profession,
lives in tonneeticut with his
wife and two children. She is ve.
ry proud of their two grandsons,
Brooks age eight, and Drew, age
five, whOse portraits hang in
prominent place her home.
Betty has one ambition, howeV howeVer,
er, howeVer, which lias not been realized.
She hopes someday to- persuade
her husband to sit for a portrsit.

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41.

By MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE
- Mrs. O. writes, ,"I'm worn out
with my 4.year,Old's bedtime
fears. Sometimes she doesn't get
to sleep until 10 p.m. The stratn
is getting me down because" I'm
weaning her baby brother..."
,
,
Let's,suppose,, Mra. C., that y6u
had a mother.iniaw you resent.
One morning your husband tells
you tq invite her to dinner. You
agree, not daring to express your
resentment of her.
The moment you're alone: you'll
worry. Nou'll start wonderingl
whether your daughter will
make a bedtime fuss and attract
her granmothotoo criticism of your'
training. You'll wonder if the guest
will notice. your new permanant
and Oh. "PoorFred. bow this
woman spends his moneyt"

You'll wonder if her critica pre.
settee will infect your husbanct so
thnt he becomes faultfinding. too.
You will cook up these threaten.
ing bogeyman Possibilities to pun.,
ish yourself for resenting your
mother.iniaw instead of
her.

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,This ft; exactiv what vour child
is doing with her bedtime fears
of witches, werewolves, tigers and
other threatening bogeys,
Just so our forbidden hates ex.

' The' woman who travels a lot
just a trip or
(and even the wornitn who' takes
how 0 pack efficiently by the trial
and error method.
two a yetrY learns
After a few trips,' In which one
leaves at home a favorite cosme.
tic, a. pet, robe or lavorite gir girdle,
dle, girdle, one learns to made, check
lists of the essentials. It becomes
apparent that it's easiest' to sort
things by groups: the right lingerie
put Oat together with jewelr y,
gloves and shoes for each, costume
That way, you don't face going
to 'dinner party in a strange
city without the right accessories.
You become adept et
discarding thegadgets that will
tske uP space anti carrying onlY
the necessary things. It's quite
possible to take a two weeks' trip
with one suitcase, overnight ease
and an extra coat and be welt,
dressed. A 4-,
Tn 'the matter of Perfume, don't
take ehe eyedropper .size.qA Mak.
er of a French ,perfumo now of offers
fers offers this very fetinie seenr' in
a goldel travel flacon.The bottle
has a secure screw top and comes
.1uLhandsome leather
nounch to protect it against I the theuns
uns theuns and downs of traveh
The bottle itself is a generous
size, enough to see you through
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"th I l rtil? ;
press emse ves n eppre e ions
of disaster, so your child's forbid.
den resentment of you is expres
sing itself in fent disastroes
encounters with witches and Were Were.
. Were. 1 If we know how our own tites
produce anxious expectations of
disaster, we know exactly what
to do wtth a child's 'anxious expec,
tation of it, at bedtime.
Lying down beside her in the
dark, we say, are you mad at
me for spending so much time
with baby brother today? If you
are, I don't ,mind. You see, I know'
You love me more than you hate '-
me, So you can tell me ell about
how much you hated me today
and it won't bother me a hit.
Come over closer tct me and tell
me about '

don't know whether Mrs.' C.
can manage the idea that : her
child's bedtime fears express hate
of her. We are so trained to fear
hate as evil that we resist gift,
ting we feel it for others or that
others feel it for us.' It is 'very
bad training, as hate is only, ob..
structed love that has beee ride
afraid to show itself.
Perhaps Mrs. C can use these 1
words of British psychiatrist Dr..,
Ian D..:Suttie. He writes,, ':Frate
is merely 'a frustation totin of
love itself, distorted as protest,
prosch and that kin of ameression
which is orieinallY intended to
compel attention."

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TRAyERSE RODS:,
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D ecoracion

PETTERSSON

No. 5 VIA ESPAA
Tel. 3-1947

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, lone is', enough to 'drive her to to guard 'bedding against wash Minn. When s e :wile rtilininaeacPhillids', ; ',.The Befitzes first time oB e
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het familly recognized her artistic Isthmes in 1328 'wheri. Mr. entz ,, .. .,
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1...absoehinft ,,,i,n- eYite1310.,:SPIlls,,Itett, s' t Agaill -; toweling,. Cover ,',.' the bieska e.WesleYan.'..7 liaivervts,sslie .fe., ,,,,,..0..e.',e.,,,,,,,.e,,,,..,e,.:,,,,..,,., foam,. is apPearing this year Jo nosaibleik presumablyieto, !. i. stitch :
, factorily...,'..,e,: ,, -:.-i. ., ,.. :, bed. table with toweling end' fall. studied violin, harm-oni 'and teen- New Mexico,', New York er Costa. ,,' ,,,. .....::':::,;.. ''''.1.4.,e,e;..1.ef::'.,,,::"V4:;' gteater abundance in sheets. pre- the cover. into place over' tha fit.; ;
.' Toweling I'useful, teo for. Wrap- ten 'with,. ceutilose tape... ,.,,.. :. terpoint. Her, sophomore seer she Rica, Betty sought out aI'Well '-'
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...ant, seiled 'dressings and' liwehs ..,..-) ',''.-, ,, ,,.,.-,....e :, transferred Ullig,enttins State Col- known artist who ,.' wee ., offering ''.'' ,.......,:.
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Y.'. for dipoil hithe incineratore ..-",,, '..';-,It ...Will ; handle,,, the.,,,adlib .scrie,,, lege. There rs en,au ht violin ;- to classes and.,'enrbiledfl ,...,,',.' ,' :- "- ,-, '., sey:.7.,,,,,,,,,A-.... :.e:::,:...:,,. .i.".:,:ei.;.,.
Many ointmeets ',produce a dan- blmg nicely;,-And it!. served'. a$ : a begmners. but ,F n ged ter Major --.: She has :teen a member of the .,r.. .,... ..e;,e..,1.. -....- ,.'w -,.st : .,-. :,..,,,e,i : le not: expensive,. but it le easy to recommendation L.trom thoe'''who I'
- : dy stain on fabric towels- '-fineltedium,' too; 9 whirte-,,. to to ert, anCseriouasig be en '.h'e r -Canal Zone Art. League, and : the ,:' ::::::',.:44..;i,,,!.,'''.: !...!,.....:''.!.. t ), ; ::' 1'1 handle !and use -''' .'''''''' 4 ,e -' have ,,,,testet17 the ,material141 to '''
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e ,- :: e ,.: .. e ..,., ete..,'-' terial that :is used in different than the. pad, to get a snug,. fit
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,'.).1 tWelliiipillOW4AKAinft hilITV ',4ind ''''. Li j .. oe-' ci-J- i0-1,1-'j ,':,... 0. ., olge Ross, Itaarthoe7,wh:o recogniz- ts,errosfhoislasioincialthLee
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,In addition, to'. exhibitin' g !-. With ALMOST 'EVERY. AFTERNOONet Betty. BleW Bentz' tan :be formed cuthion to size 'with scis, Partment, 'stores.. : -. :
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t t ope .1h her pee. the Art Students,. League- w i th
i' nut cwt.,' ,oppAnfo-..,..- ;!,'. I. , ... e r I In-' non..-d-4 wa"-- imPF4n- rr- -1-' the Pen Women in' their,Little Gal Galt
t Galt .,, J. : A ve ,.found ,paii!sting in ber studio at home. I Hanging in ,their it.. !,,i i ,,,s ,, ,,,,,., 777 : t, . '
tractive home. in ,Ancon'aremany watere dors, -oils and casein!). ., 4-
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exhibitekit Alte' Tivoli :- and ..iwitich Bettx is constantly replacing and, ,.,cbanging,:according'; ., ,..;,-. ..''.0't ,, .. ,.,,,o A
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NEW (YORX. (UP )--'.: 1,T,S, fasiee YcIung WhOm s with tne Third National Art Exhi- ... ., ..,. : : ?,,N ,: :, ,.. ,,,,,, I..., -. . .,..
bition of Panama; Betty has had ' I
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lawyer: ,'. he ha,,cl. met
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watch their first canvasses devel- 8011; also of Washington..... .. -..r. -. .. . ... e
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e was a en i ,, :, ,IWB-USO end at the YMCA'IJSO r. ' ' BettYesaYsone.of-the nicast '',. , ,,
" -'-' '' V 5' G' the of- Nebraske.law,,schotil ." .' , :, Her. :students -come, from ti ll, things that eVer happened to ler : 4:. '' '','.. .',.- :. ,. !, '. '........--,0 '....', -.....,...". ' '' .' .. :
.., NEW: YORK i .1! A e Mit, to help ,,win the friendship ,of . ., ,!,,,,, ,,,, .,,,, -,, ,,L,s .. She exhibited 31 Of18'"' in ',, a one,
,,::' family IC,treat that's easy' to fix-- foreign visitors. ... : i''' '' F PoWing their marriage. t h e y Min show-at the National School - 1
walk!' : of life young and old and was to have A total stranger buy '. .',. '''';-, ,' .' :. -'.' .' ,- : -,'' ''' :2. ..I. .". ,.. .;,' 'a 't-',', A
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e legelt an serv e '- in St P I of Painting.' For' these ,.ess o r k
' -.. '' made their home:- !,,.., au d 'es t of h tiff! t
, of many nationalltlet an Tie. we. ee s i i es 0 take to his By. MRS. MURIEL LAWRENCE press themselves hi alanrehentions .,
;.l.i,' euefortlopping- ., ,,' merman, styles ,from blue' de- e.
Minn; As a bride, Betty we's kept shown loeally, she. has' received
. "Art is universal 'and knows ,. no home ,in Australia., A ,erewt them- ,., .:... . ..., : ,,, r 'r', of disaster; too :your ,child's forbid.. ... I
.'..:,,. :':,uit'et 1.2 tabiespoons menett nims and ',bathing suits to ball busy BS a homemaker and later coentless., pumbers of, &Wards anti boundaries of race,. creed,. color, ber, on -an ..:Australlan. ; ship,' -be .,;.si
ears, C,' writes, :."I'm worn out den resentment of you is expree I, ..
'll hutter ,or Margarine over the tops gowns and furs will be on oontia bringing up' :. heir, !. two.1- children.. priZes.-- : .. -., ., ,e.... , ,.
0 language ," she says. : stormed, at the .11MCA to send ,a ith Y 4 yeat,eld's .. bedtime sing itself '.in fent :of i disestrons .:, .:.
''f,. 01,9 tolls, Make II lengthwise shaL uous display et tbex, e;pavilion.' Their son Alan was born first .and ; 'A 'scent still.lifirlfi oil Was rAb t b it a rtist ,Ilett'Y
ou, e ng 0 a couple of hours leave and '--a- a, w ''' In i .she 'doesn't get encounters with ,witcheif ind iiiere-
. ,,., fears.. Some trnes .,
tt'; low ".cut,in lhe top,.. of each roll. -.'-... ..... -, : .., .... .., , .. : says, -1 One of e c le v
th h' f alues he and admired .her. painting Th train wolves,' -,-,:;. ......., .. : ,,, ,. .. ..,,.
' of the' 24 ri
, ,,'' !, ,- ', a few years later daughter Joan one 0 ent es accepted "' ''''''' to sleep until 10 p.m.' e s
:le Corebine' 2 tablespeons Roquefort '-, The ; clothes were gathered' un- neede her appearance:: She eonti- for hanging at thee:: National painting lies in the excitement of wrote asking about her 'work 'and 1 te 'd wn because '''!' I'm
s ge mg me o 'If we -knew hoW our own ile"tes ,.
,11 .thite r l..2' teaspoon, chopped punt. der the direction of Vogue inaga. nued te study art and..to .. paint,.. Arta': Club,e: Galleries In New. the search for and discovery -,. ef prices, A ,year ,,,, later ,,,,, ,when -' his her baby brother."'
weaning; .. produce anxious expectations ., of -.
'f,'. ter:Bleu cheese spreed, 1.teaspoon rine at- the 'request of, :the' P.- S. however; during,' all -of -het spate : York'', for a special showing in :beauty in alt; aspects of 'nature as ship,again passed.throughBalbos, ..,-. .., ...' '... disaster,';.. we -know exeCtly what &.
.,' elite; and 1.3 teaspoon finely chop. State Department. The -collections tithe.: 'f-1.1' :, -- ;:'.. ",i ', ..,,J,,-.; 1:
, commemoration of. the .1957. ik... ell al -in the common ,-, p l li c e he 'appeared with. the cash which ''.
Let s,sup?
ose'' Mrs. C that' yiSu to do with a child's 'anxious epee,.
,..' 1, ,chjves. Insert 1 ,. teaspoon will be, changed each' obt weeks, e Pier husband Was InspirationaL irsrican :Art Week,..-: '', -' : -... wman 1." Made' material 'things that he had saed .to purchase two had a mo b InJaw yo. u resent. tation of it- at bedtime., ,- . :, ..
cheese mixfure In'tith cut' Bake until' the fair cloes Oct.'19. Vo.. In 'fur surron"ad all of us as -human' be- paintings.; ,', -i-,',.'1 :..,!... -.- ,,,
thering her art education Following request's for art class- 7 ---. It : ". -:- .- ''' '"- -' ,. "' I- .-"''' ' ''''' ' , ? One, morn ng y
i er' our husband tells. -,' Lyipg down beside her' in..' the
' le ,.a, greased, ;shallow pan' in a clue ,called the- ,-. presentatiems ,. a and later her careere she .saYa! es in '. the Canal Zone,' Betty ,,, be- ',no"' ; ' '' ... -:' t -dnnet You
71h addition to, her :work as :an you tq invite her o. i dark,,,,we say, "'are you mad at ;!-
. ,
7 -,''' lint 'oven (400 degrees) for '12 Min- "sliee Of life" because the clothes The first year of their,, m a r. gen to hold classes at the Balboa .' she declares that she has no. artjst,'q3etty Manages ; a large agree, .. . ... ::, me for spending so much -time
riot daring to express :your . .....
with baby brother today? If.: you .
". vtes, -''' !,, ', '' e:--- - ',. .. '' are in, all price nnges. ..' ,, -rises he gave ", her an easel YMCA-USO- They have cOntinued erefeeence as to Medium lind sub- and' attractive' home in -, A n e o n resentment of het'. : .-- -- ,---,.-,-
'ir r to grow until she is now teaching ject matter but feels that a geod and enjoys 'entertaining friends,' ; e, ..'. ,', -.1 are, I don't ,mind. You see, I know'''. "'
," y lov th h t
teu ou. e me more an: you e e-
,,, -., both morning and evening classes. artiet can paint anything in ,, any The Beritzee ,daughter,' J a a n,. The moment you're alone. yo .. .: :.
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. . ,.... ''...- '''.-..... .; -.. 2. ..i. Ounre' ''sturdoeint, n' whclila is ',' becontiri ,' bow, now' Mrs ,,Mur
ng mediure; Among her works ,,, ray. Devidson,-lives woery-:,)You'll
start wondering lee, ,ao you can ten me all atiout ....
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'.' t ilf nd por in Yo k s N Y d th h a g
. a p I c 0 t, s come.- om ever, are many still es a e er ,. a e r son whet er your:'d u bter will
how much you : hated me today
eJpt e ., at iy .,,. arJ . it tme)...... .... orea .. Colon over a -. period of t h r e e traits; the most recent., pertrait Alan, e .,chemi
'st b rofession
Y P , make a bedtime fus !in t
d a tract
and it won t bother me a ,- bit. ....
- ,' I years to attend ber classes., Her being of Patricia Marken, ...which lives .,. In :Connecticut .- withe,-- hie her granmother'a criticism of your Come over closer tci me and tell
: ,
me- beet it' .';'... ''' '''' ''. '' l',
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' '' '' '''."'-'," '''' ' -. k ..' ..' - , ,! l. '' -.. ' ."' '''''"! students exhibit continuously in she painted for, the' Pen Women's wife and two children. She is ve- erininz You'll wonder if the guest : ., ,. .... .. ,,, e.,17 ,,
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. '.., :! ; the lobby of the YMCA in addl.:, autographing party ;in ; honor of ry proud' of theirtwo '', grandsonS, will notice; your'' lie permanont ,-'' '.
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. i do'n't innv.- .;11;ther Mr. C:' '
it
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1., .. a .reierve ttc 't .JI er attotta rty,,
, bon to four student shows which Mrs, Markum --,-,;,-.,e'',--e. ',''''''1' ..''''', Brooks age eight, and Drew,! age
'" - ' she has sponsored.', , '. .-Whilein Washington,' D.C.,. last fiver whOse portraits hang ; in ,i a and think, .19e0or 'Pie& !' how this
w
omen spends bis 'money!' f.... '. h.
. Betty' enjoys teaching as- much year she 'din. a commissioned pot. prominent place iii her home. -- '..", ., ., :! ; -. -. .- can manage the'. id -th t-'
. ea a her
t .. c ild s bedtime fears eepresi 'hate ,
, of her. We are so trained to fear
, i.'.9''' 1'. '1' : '' '' ,- ,. '.- '', e ; : :. ; ... '' .... ,;. as painting, !Iit, gives one a sense trait of Flora Hol,e, wife of Mat Betty has one ambition, howei- .,.,:',You'll. wonder if bet critical ore, ,, i ,- ;
nate as evil mat, we res st &emit
"': .' ,' .-, Ey',AILE EN SNODDY.'-,.. , !, . : o 'deep satisfactien,-; she remark- Gen. Charles ', G. Holle;-and '. has er,', which ;has not been, realized; sence will infeet your husbanct so .. ..
ting we feel it for others.. oe that
: .... i ed 'Ito observe the delight and a- lust finished a portrait, of -t-Jack She hopes. someday ,-, to -.persuade thst he becomes faultfinding. too.
...,. others feel it for us It i
s v ri ..
,.,.. Nvit' YORK ( :. A). --;Eitit is ,' .. 1'. mazement of students when they Petson, son of Gen. 'John L. Per. her husband to sit 'for a portreit. -, You will cook op these threaten. bad tr '' ''
ening, as hate is only, oh- ...
,.
.! meeting West with all their'', colte:... -,., .,. .. ..
. '' ' ' ' ' -'. ... . '. ' - ' -.. ..,.' - ing bogeyman Possibilities to Pun structed love that has been (nide
, e tradictions in the Metroeolitan mu- -...
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- nur afraid- to show it If '.. '
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'':: Here women -touch.- their coif- ,., :.,,,.,?i,i:',,:.,::),:x,:::::::::,.:;.xi:, :!.:.:.:,::,:,:i,:::x:-:.,::.,:, .,:-.:i,:,',:i,,..:;,,,,::,:,:,.:-..- -,,,,,,,,..,,:,,,',:i,:,i,::,.,,.,,:,-::x,-,,i,0:-.:,x,i,x:,v,g,ii-,::',:inii.,,immi,i,,,,:ii,i::iii
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your Child
is inerely.a frustation feria '-Of ...
, :;!. place. It is an:unconscious ,-, get'. :': .J! '.-.iem.ii,:e,ii0:.:gi:,,:,..:.,,,i:::ee:,:e.:,,,eiee,:::i:,::::;.;,eeise.,e'ee'e,e,iiii,:.e,:i::::ii.,e,.!:eieeee::-:.. -,--efeeiie:,,, ,Mei:iiiMe:iieeiii:iiiiiiig::.iii:.e Is ,doing, with her bedtime fears
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' l, ture; done as they bend to i read .'.;';':ingiCiti:e,it:M,,A of witches, werewolves, tigers lied prosch and that kin of eeeresion .,. ..
.-;;., a plate which introduces them- to ,,,- ,iiiiii;,,,::,i,:!,:!.,,,en,:i,::::,. : .::::',...:. !..:...,,:,:ie!,::::,.e,!!!,:,:,!eee,,e-ei,:,,::!e,,,ee.,!,.;,,..,,,w0,:eee,,ee,,eee,.:..Aii:,',,,:i,, :""""",,,f:',,,m,,"'",,,''".',,,4 thet thr tening bogeys, " I
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NEW' YORK 1
.!- meeting West NV
' tradictions in th,
I ileum of Art.
' Here women 1
-lured heads as
gently wafts a
.4 place. It is an
ture, done as ti
;, a plate which
11 'smiling Maiti
, sample o Korei
Move on to exal
' es on display in
the first time.
The mechanic,
troll the galler
order that centi
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painting, porce
bronze won't hi
Tbis is the se
, priceless collect
ancient culture
, : colitred" countr
director:VI 'the
of Korea, feel
'knows abbut K(
,
Korea was lit
West till 'the' we
-' parallel and hie
Ver his homelan
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of the Koreare
tp the United S
will tour Dos
aeapolis, San F
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log to semi! in
- The effort to
nese, Chinese al
't made frequentb
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' lighting creates
mosphere for tl
crowns of ancier
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; Western paintin
Oriebtals,

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Will notice. your .. Pe i Mr C
I don t know whethe .
th'
d r D
- -I- ---- Brooks age eight, an rew,' age "Poor Fred. how
' .''' :; '- the lobby of the YMCA in a- ddi.:. autoiraphing party ,in ,'- ilOnOt of rY proud. of their 'two grandsons, '''''''''''. --- -- 'r neW rmanont ,'" ''
. ' ' -'' .- ' -,' '"- tion to tour student shows which Mrs, Markun., ,... and thhik. 1. ,. '-8 can manage the', idea that.' ,ti' her :
,
,
' 1
iL she has. sponsored.',, ' ',While.,iii Washington, 'D,C,.,- last, five, whOse portraits hang ',in a woman,spends his 'money. .,
, child's bedtime fears expresi ate
i -'
,, a Teierve Mtc-11. .01,W... ..11, .. a tptt. .a, .
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- i'' '0' Betty' enjoys teaching as.. much year she diti, a commissioned por. prlninent place iii her home. -r'''''-,' '. :-. .' s's , .-. of her. We 'are so trained to fear ..
hate as evil that, we resist ildthit....
e - -, : aS painting, t'It, gives one a sense trait of Flora Hol e, wile of M 1
,.' ,, 1, .. --,t, '! -: ; '' --',' '' ''' : .'' ''' --..- '... '' of 'deep satisfaction,-, s ty has one ambition-,
1 d h s er which has not been. realized.
' he remark Gen Charles '', G. Ho le, an a , s our husban so
o ther oe that ".
ence will infeet y ting we feel- it t r o S
', ,. ,, By',11.11 EN SNODDY-:.. ,, i
1 '' .. ..s ' . bserve the delight and a- lust finished a por
, -- ed ,to o . trait of -t-Jack She hopes. SOMOallY ,--' LO" persuade faultfinding. too.
hoWei-. ,';;You'll. wonder if her criticatcrre,
thnt he becomes others feel it tor us..ft is ;yery
h ten
eyman Possibilities to Pu"- structed love. that has been Made
.,, bad training, as 'hate is only, ob.
';'.., NEVIf' YORK ( A). .- Eist is ,' ... mazement of students when they person, son ..of .Gen..John,...L......pt er. her. .bushand.,t.0...a.it,..'1.o.,..r..:a P.Or.t.ra..i.t:,. -1-,,n.ygebuogwill, cook .up !hese t rea
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, N'. tradictions in the MetroPolitan mu. .,..,.
911''''''''''. '4'.'" mother in law instead: of .' lov.n; Perhaps
Mrs C can use, these .7
afraid- to show i self. ... ..
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': Here woMen -touch.- their coif- :
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Ian D,-Suttie He writes,' ,..ij'ate .-
1 f tation tetra 'of ..
gently watts a curl!or two out of
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;t place.. It is an' unconscious ,-, ges.
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, ,i, ture, done as they bend to ,I read
.,.',.";:0'''''''.4".a..)';'"'''''''',$. th r threatening boeeYa- ': which is orieinallv intended 4'. AG
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OM 'el attention." ,.. ,. .... ....
''''s ''stniling- Maitraya:, 'Buddha, a :
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AT AN EVENING CLASS at the Balboa .11kICA-VSO. artistBetty Bentz "is shown giving in-' Unq and downs of travel, , , , 1
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o, ON THE IlOME FRONT, 'ME
problems of house-keeping had to
be met. They were trying or emus
ing depending on your point, of
viewyoursense of humor. ,
, Along with, the ,Battle of the In In'
' In' tects came the Battle of the
Maids and Houseboys.' Most of
tne maids were definitely untrain untrain-
- untrain- ed, in fact. unfamiliar with what
eemed to us, the most ordinary
matters pertaming to housework:
'rhis led to frustrating or comic
situations. They had as much dif difilculty
ilculty difilculty in underitanding us as
ve had in trying to fathom their
Strange accent and different points
of view.
: Sarah came' to me an few days
after the wedding. "Mistress, she
begat, "you wants hi should
wash de master's white suit
, what le was marry bin?"'
"'Can you do that, Sarah?".,
, asked dubiously- thought we
would ,send it to the laundry in
Cristobal."
"Hi does hit before, mistr'eset
sensed that I had hurt h e
feelings so Ir haitily kd d e
, tThat's ,fine, Sarah, but don't we

.Elizabetb Parker has not forgotten what life on the
L' Isthmus was like during the early construction days. Arriving
44 in the -Canal Zone as a bride she had little knowledge of
1: Spanish and even found it difficult to understand expressions
"' of the West Indians. flee book about early Isthmian days was
published by the Ex-Position Press. Another chapter will be
' serialized here next week, f 0
,

need a wash' boiler"
"Ha wash biler mum?" .Sarah
appeared baffled.
'Don't you, peed to boil the
clothes?"
"No, mistress, hi don't need
no biler. jes' s washes de
clothes hin a tub 'and spreads
dem hon de grass. De oun makes
dem white. Den, hi starches end
hirons dem."-, I
, "All right, ;"Sarah, You 'do it
Your way."
, She brought the suit to ine
triumph the next day. A steam
laundry couldn' have done a be beer
er beer job. After that, L let Sarah
do things ber own way. I was
only concerned with results. Some.
times,' however, reSults were not
so successful,' Her cooking left
much to be desired. She insisted
on using tny best Irish linen nap,
kins for scrub -cloths. She clean cleaned
ed cleaned my new silver with Sapolio.
She melted the I3ottom off ,my
silver coffee .pot, a wedding giftt
by putting it on the stove to dry.
,At times, it 4as bard to keep
eauanimityt ,
Sarah had a little fiVeyear-eld
brother, Jonas,. who used to ar arrive
rive arrive every evening just before

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dark, ostensibly to escort his sis sister
ter sister home, but we suspercted he
came principallly for his dinner,
Charlie thought the little fellow
might as well work for it so he
decided to train him as a butler.
Every evening, as soon as my
husband arrived home Jon as
would appear from the kitchen,
carefully blancing a glass and a
bottle tof beer on a tray, his ba baby
by baby face sober and intent 'on ,,the
difficult feat. -
About this time, electricity.was
brought into the housea single
bulb hung ,at the end of a cord'
from the ceiling., Jonas was in inOigued
Oigued inOigued with it and his chief jov
was to turn the light on at 'the
first sign of approaching nightfall.
, -Then came my first dinner par,
ty. Like most young brides, I
wanted to 'make a good impres impression
sion impression on the boss. I suggested to
Charlie that we should invite
Jackson Smith to dinner the next
time he came to Gorgona. Char Charlie
lie Charlie reluctantly agreed end Tn in invited
vited invited Kay and Neil. I felt I need,
ed Moral sunnort
I had ordered a leg of ; lamb
with as many of the fixing as "I
could find on the tommissary list.
The morning of the eveeful day.
watched eagerly for the cold
storage riouvery. Excitedly.
Pened the nackage and took out
, order. Opposite the, item "leg
of lamb" wat the notation lio u t
nt stock." With trerbling hands,
tore onen he toarcel to ,aee what
had been substituted, I,arob .stew
meat- For ,a dinner party! And
very little ,at than-
' However, mrieed nwselt On
br3le P good nort. sn I got out
ty)" cookbook to see how I 'could I
reeke lamb stew into coropanv
disb., dqcideti. to make it', into
p"eroil, iliro,nlentv of vege.
tables to, disguise the meager a amount
mount amount cf lamb. ,Inst saW
Marie, the Martinioue woma n,
atatelv ,and 'tignified Rs ever,
slowly anproaehin I almbst ran
to ripe 'her Mugh to my joy. she
had a beautiful Snanish mackerel
her 'basket. Wonderfu l, I
thought. At least. we can have a
flab. emirs& Sarah ,could frv fish
beeutflully. I gave aasigh nf re,
lief.
Kav came over 'early to help
me. I told her kbout The pnon-existent
leg of lamb and how Marie
had saved the dav,with the Snan Snanish
ish Snanish mackerel. Then tve got to
work, With a centerniece of gay
cosmosthe only thing I h cl
been Pile to groW snite of the
umbrella ants reallv love lovesparklijigailver.
sparklijigailver. lovesparklijigailver. Inv
wedding china. and white tallow
candles frorn the neighboring Chi Chinaman's
naman's Chinaman's store, the, talile was fes feslige
lige feslige sight.
, We put bright orange paPaya,
to be served with cocktail sauce,

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!, :" of Dance, The Little.Show," will 0.
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', '',, be presented twice this ,year.
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, The tint peri-ormance will .ke
held at the Studio on the 'second 1
) escort his sis. foor of the Cocoli Clubhouse, .at -'
! suspected he 7 P.m. next Friday. -.), ',-
for his dinner. The second and main per:orm- -,
he little fellow ance, wilt be at the Hotel Tivoli
rk for it so he ball room:Saturday,' May 24,- at
im as a butler,. noon.,A buffet luncheon will fol.
acme, Jonas This
s soon as MY low immediately aler the show. A.
year "The Little S h o w"P
m the kitchen, features "A better To Dolores".
a glass and a It will represent a letter from a
a tray, his ba. 'young girl whose name is Betsy
I intent 'on ,the to her impressions of 'the t dif-4
t, ferent parts of the world she has
electricity.was visited, from the take off at the
housea single airport one rainy Sunday to their
end of a ',, cord' deoartyre from the airoot in ,,
Jonas was in- Ireland When they were home .,
xi his chief joy ward bound. '
ight on at 'the The dance forms by the child:
aching nightfall. ren will, illustrate the letter as it
first dinner par, is read aloud by Mrs. iLattin.
ung brilea. I Although there is no charge for,,
a good imnres. the show reservations for the
I suggested to lunch must be made before May
should invite 23 .at the Hotel Tivoli, with Mrs.1
dinner the next Benz, phone Balboa 2-2111.

"CHINA DOLL" Alanetng
Ieanne Chance.

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' on the table as our 'guests came
up the hill.' 'Then we d a s-h e d,
, breathless, to the porch to greet
them., Charlie went out toy the
, kitchen to mix the Martinis 'and
gave them to Jonas to serve; He
splendent in a stiffly sarched jack
et and prevari5usly balancing the
1 five glasse; on a tray, llittle Jo Jonas
nas Jonas appeared just a Charlie was
turning on the, electricity. Jonas
&heed up at ,the glittering bulb
, with an r appreciative grin. A
11 glass slipped off the trayi T h e
tray tilted. Another grass feel a
- gainst its neighbor and, like nine ninepins,
pins, ninepins, tne after another, they' all
fell 'to the floor. Broken, glass.
, spilled Martinis. ,,'.,olives chaa,
ing each other across the porch.
''.. at scared small boyis,
I went to comfort the ,chitd
while Sarah swept up the debris.
' Charlie. made fresh drinks. and
served thein in teacups. Then
dinner as served. The panaya
, appetizers were not only coloful
but delicious. I began to ', relax.
I rang for Sarah to remove the
, first course and bring the I i s h.
How good it looked, delicately;
browned with thin sliees of- reqh
, green limes around it.' Charlie
seveed.' I took a bite. Charliet
took a 'bite. '
"Belli'', be cried. "Are you try tryina
ina tryina to poison ris?"
"Don't eat,,it, Mi. Smith, I
screamed, mY face red with
embarrasment. "Somet h i n gs
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I 1 would osend it to ;the laundry ,in by' putting it on 'the stove to dry.
Pened the eacka oe and 'took out "..,:.:":.::,:i.f ,f',.,...-..;..... ';',,,...,,........h,,:::,:ti,:..:1:4..,,.'. ."STEPPING BIGII" features (I. to' i'.) 'high :StePpera ''Angela. Cilthser4.RiAll dlarice4'.Mail'AlnIcillit,. MArta.talte:;tt '.tirld Cappy .. :
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1'. i ,' .:: o'lli, does hit before,. mistresS.'' my eauanimitY.-,..:.-1 ..' ...' i : rrlu orePr, Opposite, -the, item' 61Ieg ''.:''s:-." it:','. .-....'..er.,:'-.: .4rnitil-,;14,'''.4('..-S.:::-.-nil.F. 'Eoster.:., :.-.,...; ...;..,-..,.":,'..,..,,..,....,.,,, ... .,...... ...., ,.:.- :::,:.........";.:,........:.:.,!, ;:,. .,.....,..,. i..!:...,.,,, .:.. s.,.....,,., .-; .,. :,. ,..:., ;.. i ..;.........:..,, ,.....,....,,, ,.;; ,,.. ,,,;: ., ,, , J...,........ : ,,,.
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, For instance: Place S. short
piece of board on Oat surface
so that a portion 'extends over ',',
the edge. Pound the protruding
,end of tilt' board With ,your fist
and, ot course, it will topplc
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leper. fate down, Over the stable
end Of the ,host-d.,.. With s tiarn-
,mer, of similar weighfY object,
strike the end of -the board 'as
before (sae Illustration above). ''
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we thialt; wth tne.-other
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6. gait a pair.
It the cost of tiving goes, np
ati fast in the next 50. years. as
it did in' the last 50 years. how
many dollars (would, you guess
'', you'd pay, tor 4 shave and lair..
out id Vie Year 2000?
19. Clue,: Wanton'. etytee.. ire
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But boyt those inteks
Ora reanY Itad
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tilba,t)s' the Nt'11.1.iber."?
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nb" ALL the figrures seemingly
contained in the, diagram,
above. only one Stands out artei'
you nave added colors. To dis.
cover which figure this is, filtrin
the spaces with tOlored pined'

Why doom t the board again
toppie wIth the blowl 1
Blame it on Adherence. of the,
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newspapet to- the' table,- if yott',-
wish. Remember, bearing dow4
on every square toch of the board
end the newipaper covering it is 7
near& 15 poundi 'of 'atmospheric
PreSSUre Forces, distances, sticl
-resistance hwolved are such that
they deter the boartill.rise
Of Course, when yoli attempt
this experiment, be murs that the'',
board and audio seletted can--
not btk harmed.

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newspaper to- the' table,- if yott',.. -.:saillao-H 1 ,- ,(pattU.104 1 AntePtieloi .n. , ', '';',, ,
wish. Remember, bearing dowit I 1 .80Puol I-. "sind 't !ullAtou'll .: e' A, ,,
on every square hich of the bottrd .
end t,he newip"aper covering it is 7 i' a ler.; an r 1:- , , ..
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near& 15 poundi 'of 'atmospheric --; v t t ',- ,- v , s, ', , , ; A
aye ,'. ''' '; v
pressure. Forces, distances, -and 10 EADBIts ..biteo ,asit',J0. h .. , ,, : r, 1;- ; '' --
resistance hwohred are ouch that "vi,l, this poser repeated. ". It'ot ..7 v : t , ,-4
they deter the board's.. risei ':',,,tbrisib brain teaser that drives, T'S new? ,you ask.' Something on Fame
Of,, course, when yott at empi,' 80M8 tO1101, ClatrY ' ) :- ,, WIL;11t ) role te( new-,tbet,e witet, ;too can
,
this experiment, be mitre that the'',-, 'tont, Dick and-Harry stopped' 4rew the taxes et tble tolieotmeil object-by pro proboard
board proboard and surface seeded canv-, 'at 0 hOtel and angaged'a suite ' ceeding al C011oWS -,' '. ' ' '
not be harmed. ',"., for the-night. They were told the
- Beginning at dot 1, dralii a cOntirtuotts lbw trom
,
v - - ,- charge Watt $10 ell8kb 80 ;hew" dot to dOt conseclitivelY., Their dr 24'1 ..
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LiffAt.,4;rould a' 'lot ot Women
Yi!, litre tn' do with their taist
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2 WillAt would a lot ot
litre 'tszo' do with their
dre,88?
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tilbarf tile IVIllisbert ',
IT the equare pf, a number It
.1 ;stibtrepted frorn'the' square et
the neit higher !lumber with 'ke
result of 93, what, ta the nuMber?,
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gee v 91k10it 'ete-AlJe..3 teelleteS .,
.
or crayons according to the Col-
towing coloi indicators; 11 stands ;
tor Red: B. Blue: 0, 'Green: V,'
Violet; Y. Yellow; 0,, Orange;
Br, Brown. How guicidy can you
discover the Central figure?

TUNS sip or your summerva
I Cation trip with this musical
geographyNiesson, lt takes you to
places in ail ports of the world
via weI-known mustcal compost-
Nona and songs. See if you cam
locate the places by sn :
missing words of the following'.
song titles. (Score g out of' It
godd; 10 out of I, excellent.)
''' it'pru to 4
24. Bridge to lolling
DOWn. i
'

8.. On the Road to
st. Apple Blossom
5, Sprhittime
", 5ftist Ba, Heaven
'Cause ;,Bly Mother Caine 'From
Therev,' st
: That atitinight- Chou-
ehoo Leavesi for :
8. Sweet Brown.
9. 'Whitti Chits
Slow Boat to
;;. it Deep hi the Heart of
12. h a Fit the 4 Battle
last TT' Innen, IT vult13 JaA0431
lot2Igan luin11111" 't
.
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's :et:Limo -tuvciity tntwout
',vappol ."'Aptitto.teht --,ceteoem
oopool lend 't :stlektou'e
- ,;- t, ) ;
'Daffier-iTbait Erer
, t
10 EADERS .2"-tten ,stik'..t0. have
this Voset repiatetl It'a- s
-,,classic brain teaser that idrivess
' softie folks daffy. )
Tom, Dick and-Harry stopped,
, how eed etigaged'a suite
for the -night. They were told the
,
'The. next. inorning as desist-
ant '; manager ,ectded f46 suite
ittogid' Stave bben, rented lie,' ifSs
,,, instead of the $$0 poitl. 'He rave
bellboy thet rebate' to take to
,.the 'three ateti.-'ne bellboy wait
80 goy.
- a9t entirety honest,
,
coots Ano'n if and, opt St lot
---- ---7 '7,' 7,7'1-- 77'I''.
,kinteekl., '47 .. ",
. St Leach of,. the trio) after, re-
a f calving the tsi ribeite, paid 'only
44 tOr ki,t room That ,madAi St
itot altthree, Thot bellboy kept SS
;1 which mikes L$SS.. What hap-
.'' Petteit.,to the ,other, .dalla rl. ..,
Witilivel tog ing 01 tt Viet 13 Ply
' uell, Itaa It ;cia,1 Pul g mu, 43"
i, Lit xocilleg -Au vzt all Pull tt
,
sAtiSt Aoct litcl -AU .9Zt -gla)1 Pui
10elitact MI well vela Gnu' 11 t)
Alta sill tottiv 'polyp! All sporld
co 'Atm otil tit iti 111 41 8111101$11101,
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4-11,pon' what did Zedeklah smite
Misatah? t1 Kt. 22;24) 1
6-The queen of this place visited
, Solomon bringing miany gilts
K1 10:1). ,,
11oung woman.
itThat which is retained. '
14-4-Wondered.
' 16Sister of Lazarus iJohn 11:11
18lather of Zadok lNeh. 3:29)
,
19--Goddess of dawn,
21-A-The oder of the world rich in
God to
, faith are appointed by
. be what of the idngdom? 4.1as.
, 2:5)
th 2244-Town in Iowa.
Wild plums.
; 25Malt drinks.
26Molecule tabbi1
4 27Agitated.
29New Guinea base.
' 39Ibto. :
31W,hat:'tild the rich man In the
, parable say he would poll
down? 'Luke 12:18) :
,
32Longs' for jealously.'
84A son of Japheth (Gem 10:2)
. 35Insects, tEx.. 1,7:,
, 86Joshua defeated him'
(Jai
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the
pull
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33Cardinal numbers.
39Sun god, ,r ;
! (Fr.) -1,' 1
42Sixty make a minute.
44-reheat tcolloq.)
45Geological ages.
4?Freshet. ;''
48-11ack of neck.
49--Small hills.
. 5IEucharistic wine vessel.'
d 52--Glosty silk fabric.
53Drank a littla, Of);

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, skeleton, 4-r1
3- , 1 'zed key words f3 111 e
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- rrospect 'i .
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, -,, . '. ' 4 .23 tops of the dia-
.,
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' .9 , ..., "... I are associated ,, s
, .' - -- 5 6 -..' with food; one al- '
,
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- ' i ,.',1 ' ' -, ludeslo a type of
is. ; i,l,' "4r, , .. footwear. 'You are
: ,-'' -- ' - '''. asked tO 'identify,
' ,, 11., !3: ,''.. ., ,,, ', ", '' at leut threi of
- ' ', the four. , ', '.
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, , t ,,,,, ,, ; -,1 ,,, ,', -' ,' '- ,-, gram at top left, ,
i
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, ,v -,', '' -,.- : 7 ' 1 -, - -, single blank be-, ' ?...
.:. -4.,
0 ', y -- low .1t; an S in, ,-
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i .',', ';.....-----,- ,, -. y ' belt sit, -,stez. DG this with th0
, .
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,
, -,,, ,,,,,, , 2.,' ... Then, using 'these letters ,in the
. ,- .,
'..... -. k lower blanks and gueuing at th4k
, -'-'' s, ', ,' , ; .. - ,,''' ,. : .,.., ; '; Utssing letters,' try to form short
, -.,,,,','.,',", ... -I, 4',, 'f. 1 t,. ', ,' ''' .. ... 1,vords tn which the same letters
, "', 4. :',-',. i ', ; f, i ,,'. -; ' .. .1 ' ill apply. Naturally, thue shOrt .-
. t, ,,Words Will appear, horipntally
WIA,..7111 new t 1,$7,..11 itek7;',111 etitie,,..g..!I'.., ..... 'only, Shies vertical, rows cOntain
,' DrUWn'S rOat 14 al", L4n16'11 w"4"4 '' '1U a" et. swine letter in 'each tnstance.'
draw tilt' Ohtline et thll unidetMed object'by pro- L,..., .000, 0, 000 00,0 00, ,00i,

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et give tee try.
,,,,, siVills. '. ,'' . Y -, tncitiagrantt one- 1
, '''' 1 No fair Ettlir ot i thinse callies
, ilir, int' the piecls be' ( tho' niosuutt t'3
111
4te I yitilo 0
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' wwurso Illpr e. pers. thill' alcith. kI,,'6:1'.:'' n, P", 'I' 1
1.01.11111rsdePt1 L .r. 't 'piece' before 'you ,,,,rg,ht'" s .. ," 1
' ' 0 1 ta f I bgin, ofut eut lie ,., S'our Paws ical
1:;:.;simao" '-' ' ': '''' 4-,' I 0 '1.; -din er ant ALO 0 'utiwhate in Par'"
. ''' pante it to a piece ticule,i,' and -this 1
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L, iir tau. Ofullbo' ord. Thai out out
-. Plipt, .. of heavier paper
" P'' 4..fi - s' h t the neves piecte being caretut to toI,
I, toI, five Ityllables ..,,the heavy 14act,outside e. ., ,,
, 1 :' ".. After you 'hive itseembled,.the puzzi, es, you may Which path'
etit. guo ns -', vinvila; taOlkdo auiLlitytelmrano
Ond Alifkible vs. ';' Wish to COlor it i .1 ... L
' ' ; '' Savo ,the pieces tor use next time you have a alwa yaa otd7I cant lull' tdititet
' '84,8;1104 iigni party. Guests lean Aria to les who can complete ths .. g U
' ,.'ouout. -. ouo 6-.6 ai vu- -t.........3....6 4.1.' I gnat trv '..

,, ,, ,
... ,Attar you hatts assembled the
': Wish to color it , ) '.1. ,',
, Sawa "Abe pieces tor use 'next
party. Guests ban'tris to les who
: test hi' the shatest time. ',
t 66:-Grabbect
57
5a-closer.
60....1.0 his.' inn h.rta
-
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dtst, ed
rty from r gh Path..
11.01 h
: VEitlICAL
AMount at which the Israelites
end their prophets gathered
41 Kt. ..
2Homes for bees...,
3One of the border cities of the.
children of Judah (Josh. 15:21)
4-:-Lamorey
- -
, 5Genuflecting.
3Upper classman -(abbr.)
7Blopdr comb't fOrra.
8Arctie exploration base.
11--Oneof the places where Paul ;
preached (Acts 1
10-;Greater and Lesser .4.4 :
11Ye cannot serve God and this s
, ''45411t4 6:24) :
184:Menace.
-141Cit"
154-What parts of the prlson were
opened by the angel? (Acta
6:19)
11Don6 cf 4'
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20Anglo-In Ian weight ar.)
,
6Upper elusion -(abbr.)
7Dloodr combe Wm. ,-
8Arctic exploration base,
9-4.)ne of the places where Paul
preached (Acts 17:13) 1,
10,;,Greater and Lesser
11Ye cannot serve God and this
,"4Mat. 6:24)
134-MenaCe.
..44City in Florida.
4.5,-What parts of the prison were
opened by the (mgel? ,, (Acts
6:19)
17Donkeys. (
20;,-Anilo-Indian weight (Var.) ;
23Attacks of paralysis,
'' 24Isolate. 4
27,--Wise counselors.
28Performers. '--"
, 31Balance (abbr.)
1 33Duct
34This, King of ,Jerusalem did
many wicked things (2 KL
: 21:9) ,"
35Famed American, actress.
36Ward oft
37She became leprous, white am
snow iNum. 12:10)
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. atirainat time.'.
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can completo the ,, It Yoti Call,fintl it
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39-Bword.,
' 43-.A kind of accountant '(abbr.
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54-rEtlyer In Scotland.
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1,on,- i 1ombing Stunt
(INCE you have
' ow,..... -, mastered this
. stmt. you can
, t ,-
. have s o m s tut
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' '- :4. (' -." ', .. ', friends. g ; ' ; vo
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,
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I:":1 ' '' Inch wide. Fasten
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;t4 1 ''' '' : the ,. ends with
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' ' I as shown at left,
cf-- on the top of a'
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1 ,4 bettle and place
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1 1 oardimethe,erorsanicenalti'
a 1 metal clisk,on top
,
of the paper bdtd.,
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by simply romoving the paper band. It ran be done.
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lose 'Dui This One : Up' Himself
TosE exottid.' HIS archeological research has lid
J him to thei grave of a prehistoric anitnal, a dino dinosear
sear dinosear perhaps. He ha4 measured the rettudna, He
:finds that the, head is six feet long, the tail is as
long as Oh head and half the body, hnd the body
is. halt the "thole length. How long is Jose's find?

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moves.
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THESE CHILDREN are eating their suPper. Foe d for the brphanage is purchasid on the local'
, teconomy with funds donated by U.S. Army Uni ts at 'fort Gulick.' The plates the children' are:
silosrbgeAreeNomavAzelplase Inindnwerewreaifeuurnseisdhebdy b2); itiboem-Aersmsycititit'rreerflace thn. .four.bowls, which
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MAYOR OF COLON Jose Maria 'Fives presents
honorary icertificate of Colon citizenship for her
Home, Qthers In the picture are (extreme left)
Ramon Mendez; president of the Colon Junior
, Chong, also of the Colon Jaycees.

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new residents of. the pew Cativo' OrPhanati'fialldini,. complete :1',
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Mrs. Thomas S.'Ouhe of Fort Gulick trith
efforts in supporting the Cativa Orphans
, Gustavo Adolfo Lars of Colon Jaycees; (center)
Chalnber oil Commerce and extreme right Chee

OSE MARIA GONZALEZ, governor of Colon Province', express expresses
es expresses his gratitude and the gratitude of the people of Panama
for the efforts of all those who.have helped to improve the lot
of the Cativa orphans. At the left is Gustavo Adolfo Lara and ",
- at the rightIS Manuel Ch'ee.Chong, both of whom represented
the Colon Junior Chamber of 'Commerce at the ceremonies.

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- The dedication oi the new CatL
va orpkanage April 29 brings into
three years of planning and work.
The building, which will house 27
orphans, is a triumph' in cooper.
ation by Army and civilian mem.
bers of the Atlantic side Commun.
ity.
Our story about orphans begins
in 1955 when Mrs: Martha Blythe,
a 64-year.o'd widow, started -the
Cativo Orphanage. The nanic,was
impressive,:but the building and
facilities were not since Mrs,
Blythe began. her operation on
her own without the aid of any
civic or organized group. ot
lho' orphanags building was
really nothing more, than an old
shack located on land purchased
by Mrs. Blythe's son and pp.
propiated by hor with hat son's
consent for tufo as a home for
.sParontloss chltdron.
Through trial and 'tribulation,
not sure of where food lr money
would come 'tom, Mrs. Blythe
and a few of her ear'y. supporters
theld the embryonic orphans' home
togethere In December of 1955 the
patience, perseverance add PritY PritYers
ers PritYers of Mrs. 'Blythe were snswor.

CHAPLAIN (MAJOR) EDWARD A. KOZLOWSKI, Fort Gulick
Catholic chaplain,. blesses the- new Ca Ova Orphanage during
dedleation ceremonies. At the left is Chaplain (Major) Carroll
G. Chaphe) Fort Gulick Protestant chaplain. Ste. Alfred A.
s.s.,Stankovich of the Fort Gulick Dispensary assists Father
Kozlowski Chee Chong of the Colon Junior Chamber of CoM CoMmerce
merce CoMmerce is in the background at right. t

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ed ivhen the men of A Company,.
723rd Ordnance? stationed at Fort
Gulick, decided to have 'the or,
phans spend Christmas with them.,
Company A has since been red- -7
esignated the Atlantic, Ordnanc
Division and -vvill be referred .to
as such 'from here on.
Upon iniestigation of the Cati Cativa
va Cativa Orphanage, the unit decided
that it would be better to "adop0
the orphanage and give it perrnan
ent year-round support, which it
so urgently needed. Close investig.,
ation by-the Ordnance imsonnel
turned up the' fact that between
six and eight children were r.leep
ing in each livailable Ind at one

- The building was a fire hazard
and structurally .unsafei, The
quantity of food was, not consist-
ent or particularly nutritios. Cook.
ing 'and eating utensils vvere al almost
most almost non-existent. Mrs. -Blythe
Cated that at one time they bad
only four bowls with tvhich., 15
children bad to take turns eating.
The orphanage needed ihelpl
The Ordnance unit organized an
Orphans' Committee under the
supervision of Lt.John Seibert,'
Lt. John Keeney. who served.' as

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' THE'tATIVA ORNIANAGE'BATIITUB serves a dUal purpose;
:1 here it is used to wash clothes. Facilities at the home ,are
irneager and things which tnight normally be discarded by the
average family are, sometimes put,'to important use by the
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the spark-plugs of what might be
salted in Army' terminology- "Op "Op.
. "Op. ration Orphan." The committee
, located an old abandoned house
Searby; which presented aii excel.
lent foundation upon which to con con,
, con, struct a-five-room concrete block
building which would replace the
Id building, ,,Which was Impossi..
ble to repair:
The property and abandoned
!louse' Nbelonged to Antonio
Tagaropulos of Colon. Tagaro Tagaropulos
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Chamber-of Commerce -worked
out a leaSe which is held by the
Colon Jaycrees at a cost of one
-dollar a year for as long as the
1 orphanage uses, the property- for
1 a domicile.
Once 'the men cif the Altaniic
Ordnance Division got confirm
-Attion that the property could be
used, they cleaned away the
rubble of the old building and
,began planning a five ..,roont
concrete block building. To, raise'
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MRS. THELMA KING, administrator of Panama's Institute of
' Urban Housing, cuts the ribbon to mark the official opening ;THE NEW GAtIVA ORPHANAGE building wh c was constructed by U.S. Army personnel of
of the new Cativa Orphange building. Mrs. Martha Blythe, the Atlantic side. The five-rocan bulldirtg ton thrce years to build at-a total cost of around
director cf Cativa Orphange, stands in the background., WO for construction and furnishings., Ail money and material for the building were donated.

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' ALBER'TO BEHNALDO HAMILTON podrs water, drawn from the Catiya Orphanage's old shal shal;low
;low shal;low well with a tin can "bucket", into a tuba Tbe new orphanage boasts a clear spring which
flows constantly,:

THESE ARE THE ORPHANS who benefited la the recent completion of a new bul!lin,-T an 1
, new -furnishings, In the back row holding a baby is Mrs. Martha Blythe; the founder and
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, EXECY ALtelLATE
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Let words have their own way,
'Their charming way of ldnging
Together in their singing
Air-voyage beyond ears of claY,
Weaving in-under '
Out reasoned world-out, up, into realms of wonder.
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EY eakulated timing
Of their intuitive rhyming -
Rhythms of touring thought
Sentient with IgnSeS
' Emancipated from our moods and tenses..
- Cherish the Matt power
Of utterance. eluding,
Mere sound, for in their brooding
Mutuality with our '
Fates and foreseeing,
The lords we speak themselves ire psych beings.
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Each schoaday they file here tor the short span
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Glimmers, catches Wterest then a flare --
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As sudden knowledge beckons to their eyes ;--
101y time is running low before their need.
I coax a spark that precious. fires may
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Wax privet 'vows in the cathedral yard;
It flings from white-tipped hedges a most rare
And sun-fired Incense. Nether walled nor barred
Is that rich fragrance, spreading upon the air.
' Behind the stained-glass windows of the church,
Crucifer souls kneel, bowed and prayerful here;,
While perfumed clouds from silver censers starch
For some bright heaven heyond the earthly fear.
lking hi their order worship Hint
cream-pale- flowerets joyously without
The timid souk within whose faith if dim.
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Poems Courtesy The New York Timm

WASIILNGTOS Smiths.
instituLkm, sometimes eat,
kd the natimo's attic because wi
its accumulated relics, has Made
a secretdeal to buy the world
famous .11ope Diamond as a spec
Madan attraction for its new ini
neral ball which opened thissum thissumThe
The thissumThe Smithsonian is reported
ready to trade 'several industrial
diamonds for the supposedly jinx
ed Jewel, once worn by Catherine
the Great of Rassia and last own
ed by the late Xvislyn Walsh Me
Lean,' author of "Father, Struck It
Rich.'' who dominated the Wash Washington
ington Washington social scene for many yearo
and whose husband was a close
Iriend President Harding.
A Smithsonian spokesman refus
ed to comment on the deal except
to sa that as announcement might
be expected in a few weeks.
The McLean estate reportedly
bad been unable to sell the Hope
Diamond because of a supentition
that it bronchi bad luck. Mrs. Mc
Lean herself believed in its bad badlack
lack badlack reputation, yet, she clung to
the laweL
Her sae was run over by an at
tontobile her husband toed In an
insane asylum, and her only daugh
ter 41:4 let an overdose of sleep sleepint
int sleepint ,
When Mtn. McLean' was asked

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, KEW YORK (UP) The last
and tertainly the most conserve.
tie of Richard Strauss' t on '6
poems, which be called "Alvin
Symphony," has -Aka into such
oeglect that a new recording et
it serves to remind you of its ex exit.
it. exit. described night' and antis.
in the mountains which Strauss
loved with a consuming Imo and.
being more pictorial and less dra
matie than 'Don Juan" and suck
,earlia tone poems, impresses less
'at OD1 bearing. Yet if your mood
lis for it, the impression lastlong lastlongThe
The lastlongThe new reetiffifin. f; this
, work is very musicianly ono
Since it was die& by the end
ow Kari Bohm. cooductiny tho
Saxon Skits Orchostra, Mecca
'
' hiusicianly performance is the
chief interest in a record d three
eminent virtuosi, Ji-scha Iltifetz.
visolin, William Primrose; viol a,
and Gregor Piatigorsky; cello,
playing the first and third of Bee Beethoven's
thoven's Beethoven's trios which are the two
lesser ot the category and very
much lesser Beethoven.
Yet these virtuosi endow them
with so much ellwessiveness and
so much prophetic quality that
you're held spellbound, at least
for one hearing.
Evidentely this is the first of a
seried covering all the trio (RGA
Victor-LM2186). -
To Prokolieff,, Isaac St e r n
brings what strikes th;s reviewer
as precisely the right finalities
virility. imagination and a touch
of daring. That is not meant to
disparage by implication thit vir,
tuoso's dealings with -other coin

Thom impressions stoM first firstand
and firstand third violin -concertos with
the Now York Philadelphia, Di.
t Mitropealos conducting
the first, Leonard Bemsteinthe
second (Ceumbia141.52113).
, The familar rather than the
merent approach is that of Her Herbert
bert Herbert von Karajan lo Mozart as
exhibited in the "Haffner" Sym
phony. the 35th,' and the diverti divertimento
mento divertimento in B-flat, made with t h e
philharmonia Orchestra (A a g
The Mozarfian fiber responds
well to itit is meaningful be.
cause it shows the lively elasti elasticity
city elasticity of the fiber (Angel-35562).
There is a lot of com in Georg,
es Enesco's Roumaniar. Rhanso.
dies which years ago were play played
ed played to death on the radio, but
now. with revival, it'. quite enag enagaging
aging enagaging corn.
They're combine with Dvorik's
tarnival Overture and Tchaikov.
sky's ."Francesca da Rimini" in
another of the wonderful record recordings
ings recordings of the Philadelphia Orches.
try. Ertgenp Ormandy tonducting
(Colo m bia-ML5242).

shy she didn't get rid of tle dia,
mond, she explained that it woul.1
only bring bad luck to someone
else.
After her death, Supreme Court
Justice Frank Murphy and ex.
trustbuster Thurman Arnold, tAe.
cuter of her will found the fa,
moos -diamond. plus $4,0th,000
worth of other jewelry, stowed in
shoeboxes in Mrs. McLean's bed.
At the Smithsonian.the Ilope
diamond will join 44 000 000 asiort asiorted
ed asiorted relics, ranging from 450.010..
000.year.old fossils to a MS :juke
box:Less than I percent of This
tremendous collection however is
on wohlic display.
Narz- At one atm. the Sorilet
Government made ovrtures
retrieve the Hope Diamond along
with other tewels that note belong
ed to Catherine the Great. The
former Russian Empres4 rliett of
apoplexy slier tratie marriage
and a controversill carte.

NASKY VAUGHAN'S PAIDAL4

We been exactly le years since
Ces. Barry Vatigkon. President
Truman's military aide. was gi given,
ven, given, a medal bv dictatcr perm of
Argentina and sinee, I :picketed
the Argentin Embassy in protest
I felt foolish final Ito at the
lime. Also ft was rainy and the
rain drinned down .my roneV
The aftermath was ,President
Truman's famous wails, making
me a charter member nt the "Sons
of Brotherhood? and the refusal
of Congrtss to OK the meth, tor
Vaughan. r
'Under the First of the
Constitution w is root permitted
to receive a. inedst Irma a foreign
'tower withont special permission.
from CAmgreas. and Congress e erased
rased erased that nerinission.
len years have paased and Con.-
gress now has the Rirry
Vaughan, medal up ter reconshle,
Vaughan is am longer in to'llt to'lltary
ary to'lltary service. Peron is no longer ru
er nt Argentina, Anil I for-- one
hope Conoress lets Vaughan have
his medal. It will he a memento
of those good- old days when he
was a dashing military figure a
Pound the notion's Capital- I
But I still th;solt that back' in
the, days when dictator Peron Wa
impressing Argentine newsnaner
tiair-g labor leaders, end terra.
I rlrioe military opniments: it, was
loot wise for the militere aide of
the President of the United States
'to accept a high honor frnoi such
so othotator- ontomatiestlY put 1
the USA in a nosition, In the eyes
er of Latin Americans, of
Oring the opeations of Peron.
MULTILINGUAL "SPUTNIK
Rus 1-n publication of a multL
ARIUS) 11PW,MaDet at the Brussels
fair called "Sputnik,", has started
the U.S. Information 'Agen
scrambling to put out a rival pap paper:,
er:, paper:, The Russian payer, published
three, times a week in different
lAnguages is regarded as some.

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thief of a pubilshing triumph
at-Ltld silent the L SA excels.
:
U.S. Information officials, cut to
the boot by Lynda!) Johnson's eco.
sooty crusade last year, don't have .1
live cents with which to publish
a paper, but have contacted tho
New York Times European Edi:
tie, the Faris Edition of the New tt,
York Ilerald Tribune, and the'
Rome Daily American for help.
Ed Barrett, former live wire
Assistant Secretary of State for T,
Information. is also trying to count
er the Beds' ten strike. But ,it's
difficult to do much without dough. .-
1 CAPITAL NSVIS CAPSULES
Won Stunt notesOne of Wall
,Street's biggest banking houses,
follows the nation's fesallO
my as Althea Gibson follows a tek
is ball, has tome up with tom
rliscouraging private prognostica prognostications.
tions. prognostications. It sees no business upturn,.
Business is waiting to use up
inventories before buying anything iz I
, say the Wall &Teeters, and the 2'.
only brigkt spot ht the picture is
that buying will have to start soon
!..Business it waiting for a drop -
int prices. but will be disappointed.
Continued inflation seems to ho t
'the order of the day,
;
- Memo rico L';- The Arnty and
Air Force have been frantically
racing to beat each Moor to the
, moots. The Army set its first moon ,,'"
rocket test for Dctober. The Air
Foree promptly ylvanced its date
for- a moon launching to August.
, When the Army heard of the kir
Foreo date, it mrwed tts test til)
'to August. When 'this leaked but
:the Air Force began enitliPOI :
peitlIttStS tit get a moon rocket rea
Itly, if possible, by July, s ;
I- guardian of tilts Whits Natio -o
Assistant president blierman A. r
dam refused to telSeerear v 'of '',
Defenso McElroy to to aeo -Eisen.. ,,,,
hewer the,other dav to discuss the
inereased military pay
traditional rule that Cohinet Item.
bers,can sec the President at anY
timecapwielly the SecrIary -of
Defense. svho is one of the ntost
important membas of tha, CAL
Net, t-

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,TEHRAN (UP) Shah Mo..
hammed Reza Pahlevi will ny to
this Far East May 12 for state
visits-tAs Formosa and Japan, a
coprt communique announced
yesterday. The communique did
nor mention the Shah's projected
"unofficial" visits to Hawaii and
the United States,' but informA
sourcee said tbey would take
place. ,

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,NEW YORKERS
ARE TALKING ABOUT...
fight.
', The 'ChetY1 Crani costod3'
. A mother and father battling Lot
the custody Of a child who seeds.
-''''"- them both., A tragic, tragic story
..A The upcoming big splash in tt
.2 rec ding biz: Stereo discs wilt be
It
. intr ced in the near futtrre....K.a.
thar e Cornell's performancepre
...; viding. the music for Christoph;e,
, Fry's poetry in "The firstborn'
.. Debbie Reynolds' -platter of
, "This Happy Feeling.' .Has the
' same tvaltry,schmaltzy style as
4 s "Taminy' ...Nine of tbe 23 Broad.
- way shows playing to capacity. A
". very good average .. American'
--' Broadoisting Co's chief 0 1 1 i e
. Trefi. who issued order to hie
.
., Sales staff this morning to get a
. sponsor for WW's,Sunday night It
, and news simulcast tatting in the
' Fall.
. Hollywood le Talking Abouti
Lv...,, ,, Diane Ladd, 22, cd Meridian, Mis.
It -: SissiPoi ... Diane, two years ago)
I wan playing bits (Plot chorine
C'
, work), in the Olsori..lohnson Ihnir 1
' 1: ', at the Latin Quarter on B'way
'. ,', This very versataleated young jo jolt
lt jolt i t sly -served her apprenticeship with
, ',. leading man Bea Garters for al
, .' most half a year in a touring trots
',' .pe of Mike' C37201 smash Broad
,, way hit. "Itatftil of Bain"- The
, s column introduced her to p;odue
; er Jerry Wain of with Centiirv.Poe.
', Ile sent her to talent ,- chief Ben.
, Bard who (after one rehearsal to I
, spection) turned. in a rave reams I
... Jerry Wald memo'd us:: "Our
,
, open door policy maker it mantle.
,,,,,,,t ,, tory that We see everyone and. of
, Course, you never know wbett a
Joanne Woodward-or Diane Vat.
,, : et will.turn up; but Diane La ft 4
rnade 'tip for many disappoint
, - roents.''' ,

Dasilits West dolinroaloma.' A
S12 million deal with Wetinerhouse
A suecess story In the MOM Am
ericin tradition Z,..1Prantof Nilson. I
the darting in ,the "gonth Pacifiul
le'Sbe bait Vrench. '11A1( I
"1"Age net 100 vercent Yankee
' Doodle gheenman" fltek
er-- a -Western. that sentla Wee.,
erns The movie ,mag that asked
N-fnile Weed Rehert Wagner In
write howls hp ha:I:lily married
eqqrfitree (bora ;flee tev wer
,,,, nerle -effirelint 1001
P'9"" '40 remliinr Ir Aeries.
be a hannv reueiee reueiee:
: reueiee: th",41.4 the-Info-i PT1
A port:, '"Iliere wag a' mnior clime
, commute1 the TT Q. ev:ry 11 3
seconds during 1951.7
The agonized cry tf a juvenile
killer's father: "Where did II
fall?', to' such casss, ths partnts
, arc the Most gam virtlins of the 1
crime 'fot' they will diest
sand deafa Previewers report report.
. report. ing that 'Diane .Varsi's,' perform.
since' in nen North 'Fredericr
- tons her gamuting in Peyton
Place," Miss Varsi 13 this year s
Hollywood Cindereils ...The de delightful
lightful delightful titleof Fannie Ilurst's au
tobiog: "anatomy r.t Me" Nat
King Cole reigning stinreme at the
L.A. Ambassddort, beauti.
: fully' redecorated Coenanut Grove
' The King always supplies Rig Time
, entertainment. ,
Steve Allan beautifully, squelch
Ing Jack ''P." Paat ,who now pub publicly
licly publicly raps Allen, Ile sent Steve a
, gushy fan letter several months
ago.: incidentally, Pear mvip4 Al,
lents inteiviews with-thestudio.
' audience idea and nearly every everybody
body everybody else's lhow htisiness Click
",., style. delivery. manner and zags
, The Wall Street Journal's ,re
port that the movie biz in on the
- upbeat Sid Caesar, being droo drooped
ped drooped by his sponsor and Phil Silv
his alternate sponsor.
Obviously. talent' is a handicap On
teevee... The recorded album of
the "Say Darling" score, espeCial.
' ly the darling titled: "Dance Only
With Me" .The Comreds who
: isill"secretiv" meet this weekend
at Commy Iltquarters, 23 W. 26th
It. (Hummm scam& seekwittl
Cesopelitan's essay about Wash
lington's social whirl. In the na

tion's eapital, whisky consumption
is three times ,the national aver.
age:. The "Stagestruck", movie,
one of the few films about the the
etre which has a touch Of authen.
icily. The art. gaUery at Grand
Central depoh. It threatens to
make commuters intellectuals.t
The New Yorker mars geewhiz.
zier &Wit tranquilizers. An Amax
ing inside story. Incidentally, one
out of every persons in the U S.
Igulps some form. of tranquilizer...
lbe. Saturday Review's excellent
rdebanking of Time mag. It con
firms what this reporter has fre
quently reported about that dear
old newsweekly. Another, commit,
'nieue in the 'history of merry
brawlsThe success who become?
an ingrate and makes himself
a pitiful failure as a human being.
The repertory of Moller. plays
at the Phoenix theatre. Detroit.
strates What -makes classks elks.
sies. "The Songs ot Rodgers and
Hammerstein," swear worthy fp.
The R sod H dandies petformed
aa electronit row Easvgoing
listening Linda Christian's en,
nitioodlinctSbe makes love secm
like's ailly emotion, Oh. wea. it's
Spring so let's be kind Eric

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pirtmles exciting emoting and Whet Perie ronehided, the corn cornthe
the cornthe fierv second art rfireae in mittee counsel said be meted that
Jane Eyre ', it dram ti lite Mrs. Calrite was id the audience

tare is your dish this is cli3eltui
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atnkand.cavlar..."Playhouse 90'1"
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latest. "Runtime el Evenine.:" en
hence(' by Biro. ra Bel Gedilea
She is an Actreas ..; fint alnel
wonderful stighttlat tun, (on wil
4ire at 78, Santa !dottiest where
it was at 'ts Funriest Sunniest,
Nloniest and 0 11.1-1oniest fallowiog
tbe Star's return. Buddy Lester
one of the fastest flinn;est belly.
laugbomvolrers tit show biz arid
Mat Williams. a ree 'Pre 'ong-
beler, have been 'added tnlhe tat
ented- imupe. .

The superior supporiing east m
Olivier's The Entertaintr." par es. Instead o. complaining, Atte.
ticplarly Brenda-de Benue., (Love mur and his wife decided to Irop
that nainel) 20th Century-Fox's the management a pointed hint,
hong in tbe future: 'The studio will The next night they returned
turn Out, 6 flickers this year,. and presented the chef with a
C5haries Saari. tbe gifted 10-year Turkish cookbook.
old in "The Dark at the Top of the
Stairs," Charlie Ts an old pro. H'e Tired executives, or government
did a song and dance act with his 0-W4S will have their own priv,
parents when be was three Sine. ate satellites in-the future, says
tra. who will gross about $4 mil Kralit Ehricke, Perman born
lion thire year. ,Perhaps the high spice scientist who is' now assist.'
'est paid' performer in the history ant to the -technical director of
Convair-Astronautics.
of show biZ ....,The May toyer of
Ebony magazine -starring Barbara These big shots, wanting to get
McNair. a beautiful girl who rode away from it all, wi 1 use cont.
from the Las Vegas Silver Slipper. rnercial rockets tG get from the
revueto a featured role in 'Broad earth a st3ace platfot m, Ehricke
,waY't "IllodY Beautiful" neusical Surmises. 1
on two orchids here. They will have ..their rest-cure
e ; satelbte parked out neatby in
, snincer Tracy. in an IntervlYw, space. They will use it much like
tney use the private yacht tods)'
boldly defending tv tommershills.
Mr. Tracy is e broye man; alright What will the recreational fa;
cilities be out there?
Lauren Barall's observation! a practical standpoint, space' will
'"It sounds hokey, know. b u be a great place for,shedding the:
there's nothing like a beautiful dal, Weight of. their responsibilities ,,
or mute oryour children to- make or for just losing, weight.
you want to stay alive." (Trool..
1,eslie Caron, the "Ojai" star, wh;)
For out in space, beyond the
began her ballet career when she pull, of gravity that hauls down
was &years Young -.'.,Iniogene Co his paunch, man will weigh only,
ea, Who is definitely an animal lov
10ste 15 per cent of what he weighs,
or,'At one lime she raised a dee
on earth earthdorized
dorized earthdorized skunk Susan Strasberg But he will be ab'e to throw his,
who says ''I'm in love with the
weight around a whole lot easier
world at Jarge," She can consider
herself hugged by Mrs member ni n ou er space enthusiast from
A t
the vvorld Robert Preston, "Th.
the Belgian Congo wrote the Voice
Music Man" star. vvhose wife AL of America to find out when
fectionately refers- to hint as satellites would be visible in the
"twinkle throat and suear toes" area where be lived.
A dreamv new ballad with a charm exPlained that a satellite
ing tag: "Young and Warm and time schedule might prevent dis disBeautiful"
Beautiful" disBeautiful" Gwen Verdon's con appointed amateur Congo astro.
tradietory statement. She 'told an nomers from wasting their time
imterviewer: "I don't think l'in or, any more false, alarms.
sexy. I look like a rabbit..." "For-instance," he expIained.'
- I "a native reported to us recently
To the man at Great Meadows that he ,had seen what was defi.
Prtson, Upstate,N. Y-1. Thanks for nitely an artificial thing in the sky.
Youknowhat.' If use (with a nod But after researches and ineui.
from the euthorities in Washing ries, it was proved to be only a fly,
ton) will have to delete many of ing saucer.!
the names, except Lana's. You
say you are going to die soon and Nearby Laurel race track has
wadi do one good thing before added a liopular new service to
you Let Go. When did you work or patrons of.its exclusive Turf Chill
Variety'? know your letter Is Club headwaiters have strict
full of authentieities from the orders' not to reveal the narnes of
neople,' nlaeos and dates von lot- any government offieials w h o
ted down. Please send me your might have ducked tip there for
name st orie Vont can (to lor an afternoon of playing the nags.
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By DOUGLAS LARSEN

WASHINGTON (NEA) T h epublic re'ations type explains',
Perle Meta-Gweim Catrita feud, -the taxpayer might not under underwhich
which underwhich has been arming up the stand:"
past few months, has just produc-
ed another episod e. Impartial If Defense Secretary ,Neil McEl McEljudges
judges McEljudges give Gwenn' the winning roy ever needs .emale support be bepoints
points bepoints this 'time hind his Pentagon reorganization
Perle got herself called up to plan.- chances are that he'll find
testify before a congressional more than enough in the house.
committee on whether a section hold of Air Force Vice Chief ol
of Washington's famed Mall, nen. Staff Curtis LeMay.
the National Gallery of Art, should ShOitly arter being wined and
be used for a new cultural center. dined recently by a group o
But just as she was 'propound- young, handsome Navy and Ma
ing her most cogent argument in rine officers, LeMay's daughter
behalf of the Idea, Gwenn Mune- Jane, confided to a friend:
ed into the hearing room and prac- "I never thought I'd feel thi
tically broke up the session. way, but I'm starting to believo
Gwean was wearing a startling la service unification after alt"'
black trapeze dress. a knockout
yellow hat covered with flowers
-
a light-colored fur neckpiece and
Sho
a dazzling string of pearls. tre Ivr
, She waved, gall to sevr al ,L
friends, including congressmen
-
bolding the hearing, and finely
found a vacant seat.
Perils carried-en bravely, but NEW YORK tUP) "Say, Da!
her pleas In behalf uf culture ling" is an advanced case of dra
were somewhat overshadowed by, matte in-breeding. ,
Gwenn's display, of clothes.
I p, 1, a mei L uri

and wondered whether she multi;
4-. C444C
. ..
like to tetifY.. .,
, .. But apparently figuring that she
, hod nude her tottribution te cut
, tare that day; Gwenn had id.
. ready docked out,. ;
, , ,...,;.1
- when Turkish Bmbassy press
attache A temur Kilie and h t s
charming wife walked into a new
washingteit restaurant specializing
in foreign dishes, they otre shock.
ed to learn that it served no Turk.
ish too&
'Mao haA anna ids fhA raefettpmt
They had gone to the restaurant
believing that 'they would be able

and JERRY BENNE'ET

-the taxpayer might not under-I
stand:"
If Defense Secretary,Neil McEl McElroy
roy McElroy ever needs .emale support be behind
hind behind his Pentagon reorganization
plan,- chances are that he'll find
more than enougt in the house household
hold household of Air Force Vice Chief of
Staff Curtis Le May.
Shnitly arter being wined and
dined recently,, by a group of
young, handsome Navy and Ma Marine
rine Marine officers, Le May's daughter
Jane, confided to a friend:
"I never thought I'd ftel this
way, but I'm starting to believe
ja service unification after all."'

Lire Shows 011- groad);ray

NEW YORK (UP) "Say, Dar: dolph Green, fashioned their ly lyling"
ling" lyling" is on advanced case of dra tics. The more effective numbers
matte in-breeding. are "Try to Love Me," "Say, Dar Dar'
' Dar' ""The Husking Bee,". "Dance
Rkhard Bissell and his wife,
Marian and Abe Burrows, who-- Only With Me" and "Something's
Always Happening oft the River."
also directedt wrote this "comedy river Smith's several sets tire
about a musicaL" It is based on outstanding.. --
nistaii,g1 nay.' int tits .21110 nsitrup.

Bkhard Bissell and his wife,
Maria and Abe Bur:rews, who
also directedt wrote this "comedy
about a musical." It is based on
Bissell's novel of the same name name.
. name. Bissell wrote faa book after ke
was 4wought kers from Iowa as
Mt, outhor of-a best-selling novc.1
43 14 Cents." to kelp fashion the
latter 'into a musical coined!,
which tweed into the very success successful
ful successful The Pajama Game."

' Developments in the flash pho phoc
c phoc "SlY perlinth" the Peels, Is tography field are occurring so
tele el tit atxporiences with rapidly that it has become almost
Broadway pitfalls if such ail' Impossible to keep up with the
limiter; latest in flash bu b synchronizes
- and droboscopie equipment.
So is the new play, although the Two new picea of flash equip equiplatter
latter equiplatter is much less acid then the menrare tvorthy of mention, how-
book and pretty much like a num- ever because they deviate. from
ber of other plays with backstag the usually aecepted pattern for
Plots. strobe light and Hash guns.
,
Musicil Conway The manufacturers of the
, known4 Heiland Stronbonar elec-
The producers, Jule Styne asd ttonic fiash units have made a
Lester Osterman, hill the play as signi icaet contribution, towards
t'a comedy about a musical" m an making electronic flash more port
attempt to keep customers from able. Heiland recent y announced
expecting a musical comedy. Thee the "Futuramic Strobonar," a,
Ile songs in PSay, Darling," but new 35.ounce, II t.2 inch h:gh out.,
they are presented only es though fit incorporating In its hemp head
they were being created, audition.' all the necessary components for
ed or rehearsed as the show. with. operation.. ..
in.a.show ft which they ar. t o

"Soy Darling," the pavol, is
of Ow osporionces with
Broadway pitfalls of such ail'
author;
So is the new play, although the
latter is much less acid then the,
book and pretty much like a num.
ber of other plays with backstage,
plots.
-Not Musicil COMOdi
The producers, Jule Styne asd
Lester Osterman, bill the piay as
t'a comedy about a musical" m an
attempt to keep' customers from
expecting a musical comedy. Thee
Ile songs in PSay, Darling," but
ed or rehearsed as the show within-a-show
for which they arm in intended
tended intended is' being put together,
" Thor aro otvoral funny pos.
',mei in "Say, Darling" and
thoss who ore hos to tho inside
of the Broadwai scone will got
many mors laughs than others
but they ill have a familiar
ring.
It is my feeling that it would
have been better to have dope the
obvious, instead ot avoiding it- bY
making ,"Say, Darling" an una unabashed
bashed unabashed musical comedy.
The chief players are cettainly
personab'e and- talented.
David Wayne, a warm, persua persuasive
sive persuasive per:ormer. does one of his
-best jobs as the hinterland writAr
who temporarily loses his perspec perspecrve
rve perspecrve under Broadway pressures..
Styno Songs
1
Yet, oddly enough, popular sing
er Johnny Desmond. little more
than a novice as an actor, comes
off more strongly in portraying
the role of an egotistical writer
of "pop" tunes who finds th,it
his reputation means little when
it comes to doing the pcore for a
Broadway musical.
Vivian Blain plays tho Broad.;
waY-star who ciltztos the buco bucolic
lic bucolic author temporarily; Const Constance
ance Constance Ford is fin as tho author's
neglected wife.
Jerome Cowan and Rabert
Morse play a couple of BroadwaY
showmen supposedly patterned
after real Shubert Alley denitens.
Horace McMahon Matt Maddox
,and Walter Klavun are helpful.
Styne has composed the songs
and, with Betty Camden nnd A

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What with trying to do somethin
about the recession and the coon coontry's
try's coontry's military lag reveaed by the
Sputniks, this has been an excep exceptionally
tionally exceptionally busy session fr Congress.
And Rep, Jim Wright tD.Tex.)
blames the increased death toll on
the Hill. He says:
"When Sen- Kerr Scott of North
Carolina succumbed, he became
the seventh fatality in Congress
since we convened barely three
,months ago. Fourteen members
have perished in the past year.
"Already the mortabty ride ror
the fah Congress just a bit more
than halfway through its two-year
term. is twice that of the entire
S4th Congress."
, Any photographer who has us.
sod electronic flash usuallY
thinks of the out;it in torms of
,two piaci or equip m n t, a
lamphead moutited on the cam
ra and a battery cam, slid power
pack hung. from the shoulder by,
a strap..
,
,
The new "Futuramic" elimn.
ates completely the. seqdrate
power pack-Jhe new Strobonar is
said to represent ."the biggest
funclional change In more than i0
years of electronic f ash evolu evolution."
tion." evolution." (Top performance is made
possible from 'tires flashlight size
D batteries by thl use of two
transitors in the circuit.
-
I have had the opportunity of
trying this new light and, while it
is rather heavy, to the touch at
first, its extra weight disadvan disadvantage
tage disadvantage is overcomeby -the new free,
dom from the ungainly, shoulder.
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flick to a small nylon wheel, A
small capacitor, stores enough
electricitY to last five minutes.
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' initial construction costs, the un-'
, it hold o raffia which producod
, $500, basic capital for tho
urc Tho men also docidod that
, --they wouki provide funds for the--
, purchase of food for tho child child-
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Gulick were asked to participate.
' in the project since the Ordnance
, unit was reduced in size anti
: could no longer carry Out the
Iroject alone. Respoming to the
cab, for added help.. were the
, 549th Military Police Co., the Fort
. Gulick ,1.1. S Army DISpensary,
' and the now de unct 60th Army
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once,' were able to continue provid-'
ing food and to raise enough
- money for the purchase of
; concrete blocks and other con con'
' con' struction- materials. During thel
course of the actual construction,
, another Army reorganizationfurt reorganizationfurt-
- reorganizationfurt- her the sizes of the participating
units to the point that more help
needed -to be mustered to hire a
contractor-to finish the building.
, This occurred in the fan of 1957
' and in December of that year Mrs.
ThomaS S. Dube of Fort Gulick
W AS authorized to offer al,
ready participating military units
" the aid of three Fort Gu'ick cm cm'
' cm' .en's organizations: the Officers
Wives! Club, the Protestant Ladies
'Chapel Guild, -and the' Non-Comnitssioned
0 ficers- Wives' Club.
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were able to enlist aid, including
- money, clothing and building mat material
erial material from public spirited citizens
, o' Colon, Rainbow City and IL S.
military dependents. Then they
, established the Cativo Orphanage
: Fund of Fort Gulick, to hand'e
- all donations for the orphanage.
In January oZ this year already
, participating groups were Joined
- by C Company, lst Battle Group,
20th Infantry., This leemed to be
- the turning point in the xtruggle
to provide a new home for the
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presentation speech during the dedication' ceremonies at the
new Cativa Orphanage.,At the left is Gustavo Adolfo Lava of
the COIOA Junior Chamber of Commerce, who was master of
ceremonies, At right Is Manuel Chee Chong, also a member of
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moved to its hew home. ,
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chin, dining room,, two 1, large
sleeping rooms complete.,,,, with
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mattresses. Located oh tho pro property
perty property in back of the building is"
a spring which provides bet--
ter source of water.The'total
investment represented by the
, new building is' t, approximately
$6,000, including furnishings.
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held 'April 29 udder the direction I
of the Colon Junior Chamber) of
Commerce.. Music for the. occas occasion
ion occasion was:provided by the :Colon
Bomber Band, Speeches of de dedication
dication dedication were made by Col., Gines
Perez, Army Atlantic Command Commander
er Commander and Gov. Jose Maria Gonzalez
of Colon, Arturo Turiel,'President
of Co'on Municipal Council.' pre&
ented Mr. Dube with an honorary
Colon citizenship. This presenta presentation,
tion, presentation, was made to MrS. Dube in I
recognition ior her outstanding ef-1
forts on behalf of the Orphanage.
Mrs.' Dube then presented.' the 0
keys to the Orphanage to Ramon .4
Mendez, president of :,the Colon
Junior Chamber ', of Commerce.
Among the dignitaries present :
for the- ceremonies-, were Jose..
Maria Vivo, Mayor of the. Colon i
District,- National Deputies from t
Colon -Jose D. Bazar and Jose
Delgado; Colon munkcipal lawyer
Dr. Carlos A. Vaccaro L.; 'Julio
A. Salds,- thief of the Colon Botn Botnberos;
beros; Botnberos; Colon Municipal Countil.
woman Mrs, Gwendolyn rinion,
Antonio 'Tagaropulos, Capt. 'Alpi 'Alpino
no 'Alpino Guardia of the Atlantic Sector
Guardia 'Nacional, Manuel Chee
Chong and Gustavo Adolfo Lava,
both representing the Colon Jay-
cees.
, With th ceremonies and con construction
struction construction over, the orphans are
now snug in their new home, But
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and is still being provided by U.S.
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ORINGWISE .I0E Brown, $32,000 richer for his
cunning in scoring an eighth round technical knock knockout
out knockout over flashy Ralph Dupas in a title fight Wednes-
day -night, made new -plans today to decimate the
lightweight ranks.
Brown said he would fight Kenny Lane, Muskegon,
Inch., next. No date has been. set for the bout but
- Brown has posted a $5,000 bond that he Would meet
The champion successfully defended his title for
the fourth time by calmly waiting for his opening,
and then turning into a furious fighting machine':
, that sent Dupas to the canvas three times before the
fight was stopped at 2:21-of the eighth.
- "I knew I had him when I saw I could maneu
Ter him in the corners pretty much as I wanted
to," Brown said in his dressing room after the
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, A bout. -
, Brown, 31, said it was a goodleft to the body that
set up the, 22-year-old Dupas 'for the kill. Then a
bard right cross' sent Dupas to the canvass for the.,
first In a series of three knockdowns. s,
Hard hitting Joey Giardello Is ,demanding a title
bout,but admits there is very little chance of getting
It in the near future., 3
Giardello put In his bid atter trouncing Rory Cal..
houn In a pier six brawl Monday night at San Fran.-
else. ,"I'm ready ior Sugtr Ray or, anybody," said
- Wardell. "We are in this business to- fight." He then
conceded there was very little chance of getting Rav:
Robinson to defend. ,'
Referee Vern Pybee had to warn both fighters
' several times for rabbit-punching. low blows,-butting
I and hitting On the break. 7
' Itliung, Tony A thony is leaving the. light heavy-,
Weight ranks to move up one division. ,
, Anthony, ranked second In the 475-peund
It convinced he can advance among the heavyweights
for the first time, stopped Artie Miller In the 6th
round.,Manager Ernie Braca said k"Tony may not
be ready for the champ Floyd Patterson ,right now,4
' but one year from nOW he :
Anthony tried to take the light leavy crown troM
Archie Moore last September but was knocked out
In the seventh round by the ageless champion.
The 1956 winner of the Indianapolis 500-mile auto
face has been forced, to sit out the 1958 edition.
Bat Flaherty had hoped to take another shot at
the Memorial Day grind 'after being Idle some two
. years following a crackup. But the right arm he
Injured a few month after winning In 1956 still to
, weak to stand the four-hour strain at Indianapolis.
Three doctors told Flaherty he lost So much calcium
from the bones in his right arm It might snap din.

ing the race.
A newspaper in Leningrad has praised-the
' American basketball team which just completed a
tour of RussiE-
The newspapers referred to the men's and
women's teams as "The world's best basketbat basketbaters."
ers." basketbaters." It said-the Ruislan fans were very much
impressed with the "light touch" used by the
- United States players as well as the defensive
patterns., , s
The men's 'team, Which swept all six games, will
arrive in New York Saturday. ,The women's team,
with a 4-2 record. is scheduled home on Thursday.
-The Detroit News says' Coach Don Lund of the 1)e 1)etroit
troit 1)etroit Tigers -will switch over to the collegiate ranks.
The report is Lurid will replace Ray Fisher at the
, University of Michigan. Fisher is retiring at the ,end
of the season after coachine at Michigan 35 years.
Lund, a 0 letter man at Michigan. plaved one season
with the Tiaers but spent most of his baseball career
in the minors.
Maim, league baseball has taken, the first step to
get rid of the so-called Chinese home run.
-Baseball Commissioner Ford Frick. said a mail vote'
Is being -takeit at the 10-man rules Committee to est establish
ablish establish playingk field minimums of 325 feet on the falai
lines and 400 feet in center field. Frick also said that
he was Csking the rules coinmittee to ban installation
of 'temporary fences closer than 400 feet to eliminate
' such things as Pittsburgh's old Greenberg Gardens.

However, Frick denied that his action was prompt prompted
ed prompted by the installation of the controversial screen in the
Los Angeles Coliseum at the 250-foot mark. Frick said
be had the playing field minimum Idea In his bead
for a long time.
New York Yankee manager Casey Stengel pro probably
bably probably have a few more problems now that Tony, Kubek
has enlisted in the Army's six-month reserve program.
- Kubek, who plays either the infield or the outfield
for the Yankees, enlisted at Milwaukee today and and.
. and. Inust begin his service within 120 days. That means
Xubek must switch from a Yankee-to an Army Uni Uniform
form Uniform by September 2. If Stengel guides- the Yankees
to another pennant, he- will not have the versatile
Kubek to help him juggle his two-platoon lineup.
Xubek can pick the date when he wants to start
training. However, he must be in the service by Sep Sep.
. Sep. tember 2. After that, he would be AWOL.'

,
, 'The Kentucky Derby winner arrived in
Monday near Baltimore to get set for a try at the
- -second jewel of thetriple crown.
Calumet Farm's "Tim Tam" had a rough train
trip but trainer Jimmy Jones said he is satisfied
that the colt will be ready for the Preakness on
Mayt It Groom Walter Perkins said "The trip
was almost as rough as the Derby was."
Tim Tarn-carries the Calumet-hopes tor a: record

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FOREIGN II:MISTERS OF the 15 North Atlantic
Treaty Organization countries agreed last week to
cotinue negotiations with Soviet Russia for a sum summit
mit summit conference on world issues.
They 'agreed also, however, that preparatory nego negotiations
tiations negotiations must give hope that settlements on important
questions might be reached if the heads of, govern governraents
raents governraents meet.
- Further, they agreed that sumralt conferences "are
not the Only way, or necessarily the best waY, of con conducting
ducting conducting negotiations or redticing- international 'ten 'ten'
' 'ten' eons." ,
In this connection, the foreign ministers expressed
hope that it still may be possible, despite persistent
Russian refusals, to start "expert technical discus-
sions" on "detailed measures on control over disarrav.
ment." :
The meeting, which was held in Copenhagen, Den-..
mark, marked a personal success for Secretary of
State :ohn Foster Dulles.
Sine the Russians started-'clamorling for a summit
conference last December, Dulles has insisted there is
'no use holding one unless there Ls prospect of agree-
ment on important issues,. f,
Sorne other ,NATO foreign ministers, Who' wanted a
conference on any terms, have pow swung around to
Dulles's viewpoint. - ,' ,
' VI:0m Copenhagen,. Dulles went to "lilt West Berlin.
There, in a- speech, he said the continued division of
Berlin into West and East sectors because of Rus-
sia's, refusal to consent to German unification "ii
living exhibit, of Boviet violation ,of international
'agreements." 4, :
"And your plight ought't.teach,the world that it
11,5eckless to make concessions tri reliance on Soviet
Promises merel because those promises are allur alluring,"
ing," alluring," said, Dulles.
' France's cabinet crisis entered its fourth week sinct
the National Assembly overthrew Premier, Felix Gall-1-
lard by rejecting his conciliatory North African pro-2
- First Georges Bidault, who ,favors tough.' policy
toward the Algerian rebellion, the Rene Pleven, of the
middle-of-the-road Resistance Party, tired to form a
government, : ,

Pleven appeared to be On- the verge of success. after
15 days of negotiating fOr a coalition- of middle-ofthe-road
and right-wing WrOnOL,
'' Men the moderate Radical Party 'withdrew because
Pleven listed Andre Morice. representing the extreme
right wing, a,s defense minister. Pleven gave up.-
Britain's Conservative government forced a show showdown
down showdown with organized labor over its policy of freezing
WPQ'PR sy an anti-inflation measure.
-Fifty thousand union-men. onerating Greater t,on-,
don'a 84,on buses. struck Monday to back up demands
for pay increases. ,
-
Five llundred thonsand railroad men ineluding
thoPe who onerate the London underground threat threatened
ened threatened to strike-throughout the country.
, Indonesian rebels haws their attack on foreign
shinniny may force the United Nations to act in the
Indonesian civii war, an informed,source
The anurce said the attacks had a primary purpOse
of blunting Mr buildun of Jakarta frces close enough
to Ana& Mendao, and a' secondary purpose. as seen
, in the 'attack's on foreign shinpine. of extending the
economic warfare against Jakarta's foreign exchanga,
poeition. '
'nut many obgervers have wondered why the rebels,
litho identiff their anti-Communist leanings 'with
those of the West. 'would seemingly- try to alienate
maritime nation of the West by bombing and !Ink !Inktheir
their !Inktheir -ships.
,
Rebel Prime Minister Slatruddin 'hats on several oc occaIons
caIons occaIons urged United Nations intervention: Certainly.
' if bombing of foreign shinning continues, the United
mations or some other agency is likely to be forced
nay direct interest. , ,
Indonesians on both -sides of the. Present conflict
, recall the invoortant role nlayed by the 'United Na- T
tirmq in their showdown with the Dutch in the late

Correvondelotg covering revolUtionarv govern government
ment government developments in Padang' and later Rukittinggi
?rand qtrntur fer,ling anion& some rebel leaders that a
milted Netionq-imposed "status ouo" would hi the
- final analysis help the rebel cause, It would aljoat
them t,o tam", on non,shootinY economir' warfare
.the kind of a war they originally hoped to-- fight. ',
nntil rerent developthents In eastern Indonesia, reb-
el leadorq have Shown opposition to taking stens that
wonid clo long-range damage to tndonesian economics.
ThIR ,vmqPeen in their svotdance of taktng what
, Seemed the logiral and likely step of damaging Cat CatStanval
Stanval CatStanval and Shell installationa ,nn Sumatra after.'
they pased into full Jakarta control.

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sixth win in the Preakness.,"Silky Sullivan," the fam famed
ed famed ,,Atreteh runner who finished 12th in Abe Derby
void 1,1 Arrive-4 At Pimlico Tuesday night. So did
"Gone Fishing" which finished eighth in the Derby.

0 NEGOTIATIONS TO HAVE the Panami flag fly a alongside
longside alongside the U.S. flag in the Canal Zone is to be
set in motion by the administration of President Er Ernesto
nesto Ernesto de la Guardia Jr. as a result of a recent "Opera "Operation
tion "Operation Sovereignty" launched a week ago last Friday by
the Union of Panami University Students (DEG).
Students demonstrating to celebrate the return of
the Panam flags planted by the UEU at various spots
in Balboa were told by the President that nectssary
steps would be-taken to negotiate the flying of the :,
Panama flag in the Canal Zone.
Mr. de la Guardia conveyed the message-to the stu students
dents students through UEU president Carlos Arellano Lennox
who headed a delegation of demonstrators who were
receiVed at the Presidential Palace. The President ex-
cused himself from addressing the demonstrators be because
cause because be was suffering front hoarseness.
The demonstration broke up after the studefits, who
had paraded along Central Avenue with the 59 flags
retrieved from the panel Zone, after hearing the
president's, promise. - ,
The Panami 'government refused to extend VISILS to
ten Russia newsmen, now in Buenos Aires, who want-
ed to visit Panamit.
The .refusal bmught immediate support from the
Panam Newsmen's Union, the Chauffeurs Union Ind
the Catholic Action Ladies of Panama. City.
However. small group oLlocal eolumnists voiced
obiections to, the government's denial of -the visas and
the union's support of the action, claiming that the
Panamit Foreign Office. wu merely anticipating the
desires of the U.S. government and was bending over
backwards to please. , 1
At a sparsely-attended general asseribly meeting,
the Newsmen's Union approved a proposal to suspend
the effects of the resolution supporting the govern government's
ment's government's action, until it could be investigated whether
the Russian newsmen .write for privately-owned or
Communist Party neivspapers in Russia.
The move wu regarded as aimed at averting a
long-drawn-out discussion spearheaded by a group,
headed by columnist Guillermo 11.k Veldts, which fa favored
vored favored visas for the Russian newsmen.
However, as the weekend ended there were reports
that the Panama government had granted transit,'
visas to a Soviet vice mihister of foreign affairs who
had attended the inauguration of Argentina President
Arturo Frbndizi.
The biggest Canal Zone civil defense 'exercise ever
Was Operation Alert 1958 put on Tuesday with every
agency on the Zone -cooperating. General headquar headquarters
ters headquarters was in the board room of the Panam Canal at
Balboa Heights. but the Army, Air Force and Navy
participated fully, if less publicly. A , ,
One of the most important aspects of t,he civil de defense
fense defense Protect masterminded by Civil Defense Chief P.
L. Dade was to test the Canal's plant-protection sys-
In general. the alert -was good. A critique held on
Thursday win turn up a big tat report, noting good
and poor points, with suggestions for improvement.
In theory the exerciee had Mirallores Locks destroV destroVed.
ed. destroVed. Miraflores Lake gone, two ships wrecied, the main
water pine broken and much subsidiary damage and
loss of life, especially in Cocoll and Ft. Clayton.
Radioactive fallout was assumed over 's wide area,
extending even to Colombia.
The number of people employed -in construction of
the Balboa bridge will be up to the contractors it was
revealed, but the application of the 31 an hour mini minimum
mum minimum on the contracts will raise the cost by $2 mil million
lion million And put that much more money in Panam,
pockets. 1
Canal officials found they had estimated just a-
bout right when the Latin American schools took In
for a new term. The estimate had been 3950. Exactly
3850 pupils showed up, and a few more are, expected
to dribble in. -
Full schools were seen at Rainbow CitY, Santa Cruz
and Paraiso, but at La Boca only a few primary grades
will study for, the first part of the year.' They win al.
then be transferred to Pedro Miguel School.
, An American chief steward aboard the United Fruit
ship Metapan had a close call, for his life when a
fellow crewman stabbed him In 'the neck and should shoulder
er shoulder following an argument Second cook Samuel Hen Hendricks,
dricks, Hendricks, also an American, will stand trial for assault
with a deadly weapon. -

The Philadelohla FAQ' les of th Nstianal Football .-- ' ''...- : ' ' 1
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