The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
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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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
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4 PANNING SPRINGS, April 21
TtPI)--It was a wet. wet week week:
: week: end :Or 3tate Sen. Sam Gibbons.
Hs got only slightly drenched
,' Saturday -when a state tonser tonser,
, tonser, vation boat, broke is steering
- cable-and rammed the side of
his boat. s, ',1
s: : t.,
" But he-was thoroughly, soaked
Sundaytwice.
1- North Plorida Senators,' Irked
,since Gibbons offered a reap reap.
. reap. portionment plan that would
, have abolished their seats, got
even by tossing the senator in
the Suwannee River, -1 ,
, It was all in fun during the
, biennial boat trip down g the
tamed river. Gibbons went ao ao'
' ao' 1014 with the tam,
As 'matter of fact. he let
himself be dunked second time
i, When some camergnen missed
It the first time. 4,
TOSSinR him In were Sens.
',.0:Dom Adams. Orange ark. H. H.
N.P Hair Of Live Oak, and Randolph
: 2 ,

THE CITY OF TUE
VICETZOYS...

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" ,.-2 ,,
Philip,- the Edinburgh, '.'keePs'
4 weather eye as' the royal' yacht Britannia', pulls into,-Gatiny
4,,Locks.',Alie Britannia sailed ,for the Bahamas Itist before 6 P.m
atter the Duke', attended 'a" reception given by Canal;!,''
'Zone Gov. and 'Mrs. Potter at 'the' Breakers Club, -COCO ,S010:
,GueSte watched the -ship depart,: train; the balcony et the'

Short IT' before six,. yksterday..:. evening Pnnce .Philip,
' 6116 'of Edinburgh,- boarded his gleaMing ills' barge .frorn
, , ..
,,,the Coco Solo pier 1 and -only, minutes, later :the 412, foot
Under.liia for. the .Bahairss .and: Bnilandi;
thei 'whirlwind, 24;hour :visit to' Panarria
and the Canal, Zone of the consort to Her Britannic Malesty

3tbeth it

,
The royal yacht, a sleek 17-
,- knot motorshipi-s Was anchored
a -few hundred .feet off the Co Co',
', Co', to Solo- Breakers- ,Club, where
Canal Zone GOV:lthd Mrs.
- Potter entertained Phil Phil:
: Phil: ip at' an official Canal Zane re reeeption
eeption reeeption yesterday afternooti.,
tether In the day 'the, Prince,
s'. ereompenied, by hiCaideu Brit.
'al,' Ambassador lan Henderson,
':ancr;,,an official 'escort party
,s'r.r front the Panama,- Presidencia,
lnade short inspection trip au
round C01070' Free Zuni..
The 'Modest' inotOresie waS
met officially at the yree
Zane administrative Meet b

Sothed Senato

les

I'' the: Co Ton' Mayor, Jose -Aerie' I
Vives and the acting governor
of Colon, Province, The Duke
,, was pre,sented- to M. Everardo
Duque,- Free,- Zone ,general
manager.
Entering ,- the ,,- effices Philip
was heard to itsk ttbout the dou double
ble double row of pretty Igirls, flanking
, the entrance, an ',honor guard"
made lin Free .Zone, 'office
employes., 4'
- Duringr', the- brief' tour, the
Only stop was at the warehouse
and offices Mott& ,Brothers,
where an abundance of British
products including 'hundreds
of -cases ,' of .4 scotch whisheY
was very much. in.evidence,
0.4 In keeping' with 'protocol,:the
royal visitor, ,who arrived 'in a
Presidencia limousine, departed
in the British Ambassador's car.,
At the Cristobal limits the mo motorcade
torcade motorcade A, picked', up t its- Canal
Zone police escort,' while the
Guardia Nacional escort ,moved
back into Colon.
No, sirens -were uSed 'by the
escort, at the request of. Phil,-
Ip hhnself.
'-,, At Coco Solo the motoreade
Moved slowly. throUgh 7thin
Crowds lining the- streets and
proceeded to the Breakers Club,
freshly.. decorated forthe occa occasion.
sion. occasion.
At 'the club entrance 'dom 'dompound,
pound, 'dompound, the, royal standard wax
now shifted to the Canal., Zone
Governor's limousine. ''',,,
, The COCO, Solo reception was
ittended by ranking military
and Canal Zone officials.;
Guests were in unanimous 'a 'agreement
greement 'agreement that the royal ,charm,
was much in evidence.
-Only ,, casualty., of the after afternoon
noon afternoon was an unidentified guest
who was somewhat saturated
but reportedly unrefreshed .1
when a badly aimed champagne
bottle ptyppe& The champagne
had been intended for' the
punch bowl, - r
' From the Breakers ClutX Pot-1
ter' escorted the Prince to the
Pier 1 landing, and within Min, i
utes the Britannia wits on her
way, almost exactly 24 hours1
alter her arrival at Balboa,

, WASHINGTON, April 21 (1.1Prr---
; Christian A. Herter goes before
the Senate Foreign Relations Com
Mittee ,today apparently assured
' of quick approvalAlf his appoint,
ment as Secretary of State,,1
, The committee called a !limy !limyup
up !limyup pubne hearing to -consider the
nomination of Herter to succee,1
John Foster Dulles.' No 'opposition
was evident and final senate con.
firMatiOn WAS expected this week.
Chairman ,J, Fulbright
(DArk3 and other comMittee
membert appeared. eager, to give
the 64.year-old politician r diplo-,
mat their formal endorsement and
strengthen his fiend i,,for critical
' cold warnegotiations with 'Russia,
Herter,. who has been Underse.
cretary of .State,I was named to
, the cabinet post by President Ei.
senhower, last Saturday. The for.
mal nomination,'Ioundly applaud.
ed by congressmen of both parties
, was sent to, the senate yester,
day-. ,
The comibittee rule

against acting on nominations for
at least six dsys but this has be,n
weived,:. in -the 4 past., Members
tould' do it again 'by majority
vote:and approve- lhellerte
' pointment by nightfill';'
leadera appeared, la' any case,
to be working toward senate. coo coofirmation
firmation coofirmation before the end of the
week. ,Herter plans la leave ,Moo ,Mooday
day ,Mooday for Paris where he and rel
presentatives of Britain, France
and West Germany will try ,to
hammer out final policies and
isttateg of dealing with Russia at
the Geneva ,Foteign.' Ministers'
Conference. :
Her'er indicated yesterdiry that
he will ,rely less on personal di diplomacy
plomacy diplomacy and, delegate' more, in inthority
thority inthority to his subordinates that. his
subordinates that his predeces predecessor,
sor, predecessor, John FosterDulles.
He also implied he would do
less travellsg than Dulles, far the
most ,widely traveled' secretary of
State' in U.S. history.
Herter returned by plane Mon Monday'
day' Monday' from s week end of test at
the South Carolina plantation of
his wife's family. He scheduled a
,conference with the cancerstrick cancerstricken
en cancerstricken Dulles in'the late afternoon at
Walter Reed Army Medical ,Cen,
Reporters asked Herter at the
airport whether be weuld 'operate
lin his new post 41ifferently than
- specifically by fraying
'less and plating More reliance on
17.S. ambassadors abroad.' ,

Pee

,,
Mario.Jullo Hurt
tnsTrciffic' Crash -'
On Trans-Isthmian
C01611 tiewiman Mario Julio
was injured yesterday afternoon
when his automobile collided
with another car on the Trans TransIsthmian
Isthmian TransIsthmian Highway,-;
-Julio was heading back, to Co Cofon
fon Cofon after a visit to Panama City
when he lost control of his auto
on a curve and ran head-on in into
to into the eat being ,driven by Mrs.
Lola Arnold, a Canal Una resi resident,
dent, resident, ,who was moving in the
opposite direction.
-Mrs. Arnold was also Injured
to Amador Ouerrero Hospital
in' the, accident. lull was taken
UnC01111C10118 fOUDIVint the crash.

'WASHINGTON (UPI) --I, Our
lawmakers lave their own book
collection, called .the',Library of
Congress.',This librar spends 18
million d011ars a 'year, has 2,600
employes, ane, with 26,905,919 ek
tries in its catalog is probably Abe
biggest 'anywhere. ",
It ,,' appears ,.now though that
some' of the '.congressmett have
been putting in. fewer -rush calls
for the library's books than 1 for
its 'magazines, and out-of-town pa.
pers.. ',
Along with pretty' near, everY everYthing
thing everYthing else that's printed, record recorded,'
ed,' recorded,' or photographed, the library
gets most of these. And a "very
few" members, it L' now is dis disclosed,
closed, disclosed, have kept delivery crews
busy hustling lite issues,' free,
across. Capitol 'plaza from library
to congressional Mlles buiMings.
One subscription list daily in installments
stallments installments 'of "'filch were phoned

,
. "Wet, I aon't 'know, whether ,I
weuld put Jn exactly, that way,"
'specifically by travel travelOW,
OW, travelOW, it-wecessary te travel. Hut
as -you know, I have always been
a pretty strong team worke,r;and
I ,have -got evety great pride tn
my usociates in the state de department"
partment" department"
Dulles wai 'a great exponent of
personal ;diplomacy who flew
to' the 'scene and handled discus discussions
sions discussions Atnd- negotiations with for foreign
eign foreign Oficial himself ett a faceto-factr
basis. t
Some of his -critics &emitted him
'of running too, much of a "one "onemanehow"
manehow" "onemanehow" &ad cutting the ground
from Jutder --American ambassa ambassaHerer
Herer ambassaHerer told neWsmen be thought
chances were.:,,Isgood" ; that C,
Douglas Dillon, undersecretary 'of
state fo'r econoinic, affairs;' would
be promoted to Herter'l old post
la ,Undersecretary,', Bet he said
thiir wet '"an,, appointment for the
President's', to. make.,
, The new, secretary- will Itave
MY' littic,more, Man. a, 1Piek td
prepare for the Three-day meeting,
et foretell silwinisters
acialedulfstAil begisvin
29; At the t meeting, titer ',United
,Germani,,Will 'come to a final de decision,
cision, decision, on ,polielet and' strategy for
negotiating svith Russia .2U the
'Geneva foreign. minstert, confer conference
ence conference startng May' 11. ...-
Herter, who bag-arthritis, used
snetal crutches as he moved
from the plane ehlot brought
him back to Washington and waik
, ed to a microphonetwitere he talk talked
ed talked with nesmItL,
'Asked whether, : Risinhower's
delay le appointing him secretary
of state had, "weakened" his po position,
sition, position, the. 64-year-old former gov governor
ernor governor of lyiessachusette answered
"I de, not think so." --
; He, Raid the President, ,who an announced
nounced announced the', appointment .last
Saturday, waited for, him, to un undergo
dergo undergo a physical examinatioi
"and I was delighted to have it
made?'

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MEXICO ITY, April 21,(UN)
,'rhe customs bureau of the treat.
url ,today announced ,-, it
will investigate reports of a -doe,
Ment-falsifieation racket -in eon eonrieetion
rieetion eonrieetion with. the 'rt importation- of
foraign autos.
Retently a ministry ruling oro oroWM
WM oroWM that all cars reported 'nrior
to Dee. 31,195a could be,"nation be,"nationalized",
alized", be,"nationalized", and thus eligible for Mexi Mexican
can Mexican resale by the Diving of drain'.
tally reduced import tagea tagea-
- tagea- The alleged racket. centeilny'on
border mints of entry ea kvell as
thit capital,. consisted of falsifying
navers On earl imoorted since the
NT. 31, 19511; cut-off date.
' Under the ruling, ear models
oriole to 190 eould imooeted for
$3, and 11411-52 models for IRC
The tariff lashing on used ears
tame it the same time at refine refinedolt
dolt refinedolt of duties on new foreignamall
ears. in 'tome eases up tit 50 per
cent, , A ,, -4,

. coo s e Ves
.;.,.. .,,,,. ..,;....,
B
tsi the libriry each mnrning by a
secretary -- is said to Jim in included
cluded included a stock of periodicals from
Atianticr' Monthly to Vogue, plus
two New York papers. '7,.'77 -12'
,7 Rep. Omar Burleson- (D-Tex.).
chairman of a committee that
makes thelibrary rules. explained
that- these' 'members apparently
hadn't discovered .the Incsl. news.
Stands. So he now has got out to
order,".the burden of which is 'o
go find them 1, ., ,. 7.rs '-
7 Next,' 'who ,' knows? Buriesn
okay fix k where schoolboys haie
to 'Mt. their own essays. Or it
least, grind them out without help
from the Library nt Congress.
AnYwaY. that's .the way ktings
are tending...7, .' , ., w
. The library currently Attends
$143 per year per member of Con Congress
gress Congress on these nut other' literar,
efforts- requested by ,House and
Senate lumbers not for them them.

..
C n ro
rr-';
AUGUSTA, Atc, April 11
( UP I ) President, I isenhewer
has offered Russia, new plan for I
traveling the road to disarms
ment step at
The first step-ean instalment
plan fdr limiting nuclear ,weapons
tests which increase the world's
radioactive fallout was made
Public as the, Chief Executive pre prePared
Pared prePared to end Ids two-week spring
holiday in Georgia and fly back to
Virashington this afternoon.' ';
Eisenhower's plan to approach
the control' of., nuclear wearone
gradually wag outlined in 'an koril
13 letter to Soviet Premier Nikita
Khrushcbev IChrushchev had not
replied to the note when the Rus Rus'shins
'shins Rus'shins broke the newt of its exist existlence
lence existlence yesterdav in Geneva, where
four-nower talki on test suspension
Are in nrogresa.-,,,
:The White House vas something
less than pleased by -this develmv
Iment and gave 'Elsenhowerie full
Itext to reporters last nicht without
waffles! for the Chrushchev renly.,
- The' United States proposal tor
, a phased ban en ruclear wean weanens
ens weanens had been' outlined broadly, in
GeneVe bv Ambassadoe James J.
Wadtworth: chief 'of the. Amu&
can delegetion. ",
The-fGeneva conference on ban banning
ning banning tests began last'Octf 31, rTlie
Russians Mated' on their right to
vete inspection' asneets of any con control
trol control eystem applyitig. to Junder Junderground
ground Junderground explosiona.
, 'These negotiation must not be
Wermitted ,eomolettly 'to fait, Ins Ins011hoWer'Orrote,Orneitchet.
011hoWer'Orrote,Orneitchet. Ins011hoWer'Orrote,Orneitchet. sayinc
that, 3vitheut '1 new anotoach !ono
Incite for agreement
An. announceMent. from the .iror .irorelm
elm .irorelm Office: said Macmillan. told
Khrushchey .that he shared ?Nee ?Neebower's'.
bower's'. ?Neebower's'. view ,tbat'A Partial 'toff 1
ham on tests' be to 30 milea high,
woold be'ilesdrable -and oaoful.
letter lelloweal a
stmiler personal note from Ili,
enhewer which was inadvartentl,
,ly disclosed, bv Russian seekaa seekaamen
men seekaamen westeraley et the deetilock.
ed, tht.,menth-old,' nuclear '; test
Ian, talks in Geneva.-
,Neitheir letter was intended to be
roede public. :4'
The ,announeement today said
that in view of the faet that Pres President
ident President Eisenhower's latter- hall he hecome
come hecome known, it wes tliought
able that Macmillan's s'emelation
with- "this new' move" should be
understood and 'anpreciated.
Few details of Macmillan's letter
were announced.' '
The announcement said he es esolained,
olained, esolained, to, Khrushchev that while
Britain would prefer a comorehen.,
sive agreement on banning endear
tests'. the U.S. plan for a phased,
step-by-step ban was also desire.:
Macmillan's letter iald be sbared
Eisenhower's view that ,ifo, coin coinprehensive
prehensive coinprehensive agreement was not pos possible
sible possible at this stage, a limited agree agreement
ment agreement covering atmospheric tests
would be desirable and useful.'
Employd'
Loses;CZ Quarters'
,,,,Mramploye of the toekt pivi pivision
sion pivision on the Pacific -side has been
evicted from his .quarters st Pa Paraise
raise Paraise because of misuse of identi-'11
fication-privilege card, it was an-1
nouneed at Balboa ,Ileights Mon Monday.
day. Monday.
By action' of 'the Canal Zone
Government, violations of this
nature may result in thi loss of,
Panama Canal quarters': t pri privilegevor
vilegevor privilegevor other disciplinary le letion,
tion, letion, including 'in some casea,
ions ef job. When such, action 'is
taken, purchase privileget at' the
Panama Canal's, retell stores are
autornadcally eanceled.

6vea Is

selves:but for some of the voters
back home.
Nobody knows for sure, how
many d the 25,000 such requests
passed along annually to the 11.
brary by the lawmakers originate
with the kiddies, The library says
though "we suspect" they account
for more than hall of the total. I
It is assumed that Ian (such
scholastic endeavors are awarded
top grades in, the teachers. Noth,
ing less would be fair to the ex
petit who get them Oogether.
There are, 113 of these in the li library's
brary's library's legislative reference serv service,
ice, service, and between them they know
all about everything. ,,'
All member of Congress luta
to do is get 'on the phone. The
experts will answer his questions,
do his research, They will write
him a speech, with or without
jokes. They need to know only the
subject, and which olds is he on?

,

'DiMI MAROOT-FONTEYN

Coniress Leader's
,
Ask,Participation
lii,,Bjcy, Tlks

WASHINGTON (UPI) Senate
Republican Leader Everett M.1
Dirksen. (ILL) said today he will
take up'with President Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower the questiOn. whether emigres emigresstone'
stone' emigresstone' leaders will be invited to
Attend, four power talks with 'Rua 'Ruatut
tut 'Ruatut on the Berlin Issue.
He said,,,howeVer, that the last
time the question of congressional
poracipaiono,10-134 l'our;,meot l'our;,meotI11114,4amit
I11114,4amit l'our;,meotI11114,4amit up, number et;argu,
meats' were rased-against it.
Sen. Hubert,IL Humphrey (D-Miril0.
has Pro Posed that Chair Chairman,
man, Chairman, Li Futbright, (D.
Amy- of ,the Senate Foreign Re Relations
lations Relations Committee, and Sen. Alex Alexander
ander Alexander Wiley (R-Wis.), 'top com committee
mittee committee Republican, be invited s to
the May 11 Big Four foreign rriin rriiniaters,
iaters, rriiniaters, meeting' in Geneva, Hum Humphrey
phrey Humphrey said thit would help show
US- unity.
Fulbright Inclined k to lihink
legislators' should leave such ne:
gotiating to the executive branch
of the government, ,except in un unusual
usual unusual circumstances.
Dirksen told a 'reporter nej
would raise, the question when
Republican congressional leaders
meet with Presiden' Eisenhower
'and his aides on Wednesday for
their weekly legislative confer conferference.
ference. conferference. Some foreigli rile)? expert s
think inclusion o members of
Congress in the Geneva delegaz
tion might make it appear that
incoming Secretary of St a te
Christian A, Herter 'lacked self selfconfidence
confidence selfconfidence in his new job, This,
they said, was anything but true.
-On the other hand, should some
aspect of the impending ,negotia.
tions on Germany produce a tot
cial reason for bringing U.S.
1legislators into the -talks,. there
rwould 'be ,quick ,Democratic as assent.
sent. assent. At this timt, it it being em emphasized,
phasized, emphasized, there appears to be no
1 such special reason.

Generoti', Prince
Shares' Chickenpoic
'LONDON '1(DPI)--Princess Anne
is suffering from chicken, pox she
apparently caught from her broth brother,
er, brother, Prince Charles.
,The 10-year-old Prince of Wales
camet.down with chicken 'pox the
day before his Easter school vaca vacation'
tion' vacation' began, and Pow has nearly
recovered.
The children IV at Windsor
Castle where their mother, Queen
Elizabeth, spent, the weekend. A
palace announcement said it had
been impossible' to keep Charles
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ovel' Practices

F nd
, ant Text or r
' 'They don't admit, to having
ri ghostwritten any congressional
3 books. ro,
, ).
,
is Ono lawmaker sent along,' two
re volumes recently printed in Jai,-
it nese. Since translators had been
tied up'on this job a couple of
weeksi, library bosses derided this
ql was 11 little tee much, especially
a,. when it wag' learned the member
t, didn't make tile request for hInl.
r.
Ho wanted t,he English text for
it- a friend. He got Ity 00, 1
W But ob,Burleson's orders,, that's
pover now. Xeresdter, if a
House member or senator selects
le for a quiet, evening's reading
s, something published In Sanskdtr
Le or Urdu,. the translators win leap
at to their worito,', But for a,,constitst.
le ent, a deciphered sentence et two
if le the Um&

,
She was by.all odds the most elegantly-dressed
guett. in the jail
last night. She had gone to Valdes'
house It t'eostly
TheQuirdsmetf bore Mr dftlitthu
out giving' her,. apportunitt to get
a change of clothes, or an over overnight'
night' overnight' kit.'
,Alvarado has not 'detailed any
charges againit her, except to say
she is being held for coinolicity in
an armed revolution allegedly be being
ing being nlotted by her husband. Under
P81201Itill IRW forinal charges
do not have to be brought, till tbe
district attorney has tompleted his
ouestioning.
Amer en Aronliino Boyd.
entmer fereion Tniniitter in the
enrrent ii,lintriletystinn, hex tele tele'mantled
'mantled tele'mantled elvereeln 10 It IR eentra,
ry to P,AoomoN cinuititution
onmnel wife te teetity eizeinet her
There a warrant' out for Tle Tle''ertn
''ertn Tle''ertn Arias' arrost -or alleedly
,sinfun en armed
thieflenel nalarA eamrnmndent
ot011wec Reid this
numnine sus The' 00,4 bee iman
nothinn, nnhomodi Arta time time'
' time' cowlings toe la t lp net
ettoortist toriodinfien, he
ram tifnk Arima bAht
near 5antia rlirs undo, niohlt.
Itellneinn entintinecil the cen centime
time centime tif one 'i ennenvIreittolv
'nen nib fho entnrt00 enntemi
loft the shrimoer Milne with
kAag.
4-le said this morning that Arias
was either in biding r fleeing.
Miss Fontelyn landed at Balboa
from the fishing launch Nola early
'Yesterday morning practicallv un unnoticed,
noticed, unnoticed, Only other, nerson aboerd
the Nola was, crewman Aguinelda
Dorking,' who is presently 'ander
arrest, r
The Nola bad cruised 'through
the night from the Pearl Islands,
ecluding the nearest thing -the Na National
tional National Guard could mount to a
blockade against her.
authorities contend that
Ariaa transferred form the Nola to
the Elaine Saturday night, and
made a deep end run far into the
Pacific beyond the range of search searching
ing searching light planes while Miss Fontevn
and Darkins maneuvered the Nola
conspicuously in the Pearl Island
area to attract searchers' atten attention.
tion. attention. and divert them from the
Elaine.
Chargei against Arias stem prin principally
cipally principally from the testimony of
shrimp boat crews, who allege that
Arias superintended the raising of
a shipment of machine guns, hand
grenades and other arms from the
Ise& near Chame Point,' and claim
that at this time they heard, him
lalking about an armed attack on
thir National Guard post at Cho Chotrera.
trera. Chotrera.
Meahwhile, hi London, DaMe
Margots' s mother said her balle ballerina
rina ballerina daughter may have sur surrendered
rendered surrendered to Panama police to
protect her husband.
Mrs. Hilda Rookhani, ari
interview with the London Star,
blamed her 39-year-old daugh daughter's
ter's daughter's arrest and her ,son-in-law's
plight on ill-feeling on the part
of President Erneato,,, de la
Guardia, jr.
"I can well telfeve that she
may have volunteered to give'
herself up to defend Tito (the
nickname et Mixt Fontevn's
husband, Dr. Roberto Arias).
know she would want to de
that," Mni. Hookham said.
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Perhaps, the greatest ballerina, m the,World His tow
day' in Ponami City's jail for terntiiort triininals;2-
She sits in the same dingy' build!ng:With thieve's th'u'is'
killers and worse f'denied opportunity-10 lee herr
her attorney, or' ambeitiodor.
, Dame MargotIonleyn, priMe,ballerind of the Royal i
Convent Garden Ballet in l.ondon; and Wife of DKr', Roberto,
Aria's', is having te.wait turk,for interrogation,till of- t
ter District- Attorney: Francisco :-Alvared; tinsuccissful. ,:;j,
prosecutor of Rubin Mir,' hid talked tit e collection 'of
crewmen from: Poncurid Bay shrimp bocits;',:-. 4
A flying 'squad of botit-six National Guard. patial
car, Manned by armed Guardsineng, sieted her; lost night:A
from the pluih Ca 'Cristo' horni'of SeCreto chief ,Hicter ,.
Valdis and bore,,,,lier off to lien. :
Seurces close to her sorhe had volunteered to ge. to
Voldis! house yesterday afternoort believing she viould -not s
be-arrested. ;,

'13ort her daughter, and' son-In.
'law atteMpted to provide arms 00
for revolutionary purposes Airs; ,t
Hooltham-said,AT am 'our,- that
sort of idea AIM'. entbrintAlft, ?'
head.. ;.
"This is the tecond or thirdlime
they have been accused lef ,'ij
sort of thing..There was one- oes
Casion when' some students Wtri'
involved in some trouble and'Tlia:
was accused then,", the ballerina's t'
mother said.
She said Dr. Arias: nOW being
hunted' by Panama National ,4
Guardsmen, "had nothing to do
with if.: The' trouble is that, the
Ariasea and revolution go togeth togethTito
Tito togethTito ha an uncle ,who- Was
once involved in one and so was
be in his young days. don't
think President de It Guardia like's
the Arias family 'and ,that is at
the back 'of it.
Mrs. Ilookham says she basicit
heard from her daughter or Aria
recently. - .J
Britain's Foreign 'office 'was
understood to be awaiting.: off!.
cial word on the reported detep''
tion of dame Margot FoOterit
Panama. P a!-
' A spokesman' said the British
Embassy in Panama was expect.;
ed to forward a report on Miss
Fonleyn ;whose husband was beu.,.'
ing solight by Panama's oationaL
guard. ot r
Diplosiatic sources said British
ambassador 10, Panama' Sir hut 1
Henderson has been Amming Lon
don informed on the
IllitiOd. 4
New: Boot- eyor
Boon,To, -1,
Enthusiiists
(UP') A
"Boat-Veyor",has Peen develop ,i
ed for the boating enthusiast
whose vessel is too heavy tor
him to put on top of his car,by
himself but' too small to wira
rant the expense of a trailer.
Me device, manufaeture4 bit I
the Market Forge Co. hork.In..
eludes a small wheel attaehed t
to the bow of the boat whIth
can then be, wheeled up a mono
rail that is openedup to lead I
from the ground to thoroot Of ';
the auto.
,The "Boat-,,Yeyorn.is said to
be capable of handling boats' 't
up to 14 feet in length and 200
pounds in
COiiMitteeAfiree
rri''" S ak.
,rronnizt tri es ;;,- t
WASHINGTON (UM The
AFIXIO called on '' No York -;
Gov. Nelson Rockefeller yesterdao 4,
ta order further hearings by At
state committee- Investigating
ganized strikebrealdng. s, IA, (4
, An editorial ht the official pub....,44.J.,
lication of the labor,. federation,..
the AFL-C10 ,IVes.,'1, said NM,
York Industrial ,Conunisslener
Martin Catherwood bad eallettr7,1,
a bait to' the probe., ,
,, The tbree-man committee 'held
a series of Public ,hoorinfloIs
cently' which disclosed existence y
of a business concern which sup
plies strikebreakers to newspopet
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Breakers- Club, .- where wits pre,sented to M. Everardo Dulles,- specifically.- by fraying
me GOV:lind -Mrs. -.Wil 1uque,- Free,- Zone :general 4 less and plating 'more reliance on ?. ,, f 10.
Potter entertained Phil- manager. :- ' -...,,, -,, -,, , 14,-. US. ambassadors abroad.' , ittEXICO CITY 'A ril 21;-41,114)
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yesterday 'afternoon., was heard to ask about the dou- h & ury minis ,todav announced ',, -11
. 1 .. ... , y ,4 '' ble row of pretty Igirls, nankin WI I' I II H. t tri
arm. u to ur will I
in the dai 'the, Prince, the entrance, an ',honor guard ' ' '' ' nvestjgate rtporto of a docu,
' Ment.falsifieation racket in -con
nied,b hiSaides,i Brit-, made 1111 ,of '1Free .Zone 'office in 'Traffic' Crash -, - ''' 1 rt ti 0
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assador Ian Henderson, employes., 4,4. : i : .-'. '.. ,. , ,, , , .'
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a Panama Presidencia, Daring'', the brief' '.- tour, the . ', Reent-IY a ministrY rulhut tn.
ghort ,Inspection trip au Only stop Wag -at the warehouse '' "' ... .. .. ,. .. vid,q1 that ell cars reported -Drim
ito Colon- Free ZOhlt and offices Lot: Motta,Brothers, COICin riewimitn Mari Julio to Dee. el, "19.511 could be- "nation "nation..
.. "nation.. ., --' '. '' where an...abundance of British was injured Yesterday afternoon Mixed". and thus eligible for Meld,
products ,, including 'hundreds
liedest' inotarcsie waS when his automobile collided can resale by the Diving of drasti,
'tidally at the ,Free of -cases ,' of ,- scotch whiskey ,-- with another car on the Trans- roily' reduced imnort taxes. '
iministrative offices b was very much. in.evidence -, Isthmian HighwaY.,.., 4', .--", ,.,'-'' The alleged racket. centeiino or
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, 0,,, in keePtriff With larotocol,:the -Julio was heading back, to Co- border mints of entry as itell so
' , -.' ,' -' rOyal visitor, ,who arrived 'Irl a inn after a visit to Panama City thit capital,' consisted of falsifyint
ed Senator 7. Presidencia limousine', departed when he lost control of his auto Darters on cars' ininocied since the
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J Witham- Fidbright sions:,And negotiations: with
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' ment and gave Eisenhower ,a full
h. f n ; l'one. text to repo era a
rt '1 st 'night Without
siting for the Chrushchev,rooly,; it'k"' p '
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s ,:,, icip
rt ation
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President,,E1- ti 4 Id' '''
ereer o newsme .. . ''-:' Thip' United totals premiss ,, .. :
, a -phasid ban en ilucloar, wItt- I.., ..-, Bo
Attorney:- Francisco--..AlvarOdo'f unuccesiful.. 4.
prosiCutr of 'Rubin' Mir,' g
hid talked:it:ill:collection tf-.,'-'4
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': crewmen from: Panaini- Bay ishrimp bolits'.:.-::'...'s -'''" ''' ..'
A flying squad Of-dbant-,Six' National ,Guard ''
. patrol.':-.'.
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ik Hers and -:ivorse-,,'"denied opportntiitylto ',see- her fatnilrf,,,..,-,,,.,
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replied te the note ,When the Rua.' .. ......; . ., ,, ,, .,,,...,,. ,,,,, het': atto' '' b -' d .':---. ''': ".- : -': ' : .' ::'..
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DPM' 11, MAROOT-FONTEYN ' ..
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C vent Garde
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n Ballet,in on on an wife of Dr:', Roberto 4.: l''
this' week. .to' the scene and handled scut- ,, ,,... , ... c. o
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1 Personal diplomany,-- who, ,, new sante', yesterday in Geneva,. where
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the plush La Cresta homrof'Secreto chief Hictim.,:-1..
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Fo:tIr'' ltalki cfroorps,,
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for.; thances -were :;1!good'! ., that C. Wadtw
re-ber ,0
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Iii ) said today he will SOurtes.Closeto' hit:say:the had : I t :" A :. ''' : '-'-'
vo un eereu to go to
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sba e for econOMIC,:affaira,,,,,woponlltd
b n I st'Octfilliirflie D rksen( , 0
isenh w- v- , , .7,,
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It'' IThhgete's'Gtsteli7eve.t'
. for. , m'agennweee plan ,.:, to,

IC MIK,'' :1 Iler:Vrerv smanoA to' her so the ad vo untier '"t.
, ,- ed by congressmen ot both Parties 14)7,1' wrot7duntuoinnert' eru's- old post ning tette begawlast'Oct: Dirksen:. (I11.) said teciaY he WM 30tircls vote h. ad ,, go,
i the senate .yester, 'Mem Voldis! hOuse yesterday afternoon believing she would -not ;,;1',
, al lindersecretary, -
But he ;said Russia er the questiOn., whether. .congres r,
2-;:. : ett of any; con- 11 be invited to
'7' : rut' this-Ware:4'1w APpointMeht tor :the' veto-inspection ,aso s: t Lueder. leaders wt, be arrested.. ," , r 'N
i "e4 Aiii:Rig:a.iNt4gWAtl'iiWg:MiqUig.g:e:::.;;.:i4::.;-,;',!7:V444,,,174.AW,1P::':'' The ,;comibittee e
ke w- trol .1' Attend four power. tal s
up :With President Eisenhow Eisenhowk
k Eisenhowk with 'Rua. '" :.:, ,,
- agehlst 'acting on nominations Tor rresident ,-te, Ma
''' tie oi,tbe Berlin,issue, She veas odds,thewiott tuba her daughtor, wri
, A I- this has ..bon Tlit,yiev! etcretirr rt,!I ''t138.1 gr9.1122u L --L
: : ': at least six osys out ha hudatetiron thtir right to take

t this hatthe,,n etti -than 11,Hyrvek 'td one was ayau oads,the,mOtt ele- Port her .claughter and' son-tw.r
in new,,reecretary a e or
-4).tina expwasaltiatione Must not 'be said,-,howeVer,,' that e M -to v
tb last gently-dressed, guett,, in the jell law, atte pted pro ide -t7!
.................................................................................... at leastsix days 1)u t more TM :" on Jim Aetna:issue.
; r',T;MI: .te.:,,,,,..:;?"::"":477477ki?., .'WAll..0iii:';gi;.:a4;40:S;MTJ Past- mernaetr; pr'elpitro the :three-der:late ng 'germ
ti itted :co-n.11)140, n at ,
, t e dines r meet, ,tteete,inie-eostly-w to, s
hi Olt dress Booltham,Aaldr-Al am water that ;v:.
friettbk, sort of ldea ,neyor" eitterek,.4er
" ,. , tti r touic do; 44 ;again ,, I vs. h tiori of congressional last night. She-heti:gone to yaldes' lot, tevolutlonety parpasec;
wmtelgon,Oehes saYlm-paracipetioki,,10,-;',Rit
et 4Weittern,"1: foreted-olnialstets enhoWer t
:'!1.''1:';11:'- : t andpprove- lhellerte ,, im444-,,bente,,,,nv,perte,,,4arel, ,thstlrithou -,.now in
nite sits te. , spit. -Hubert HumphreY 03- a , they have been accused
'PrItyce! the:Du e
1 t ments were rased .tgains
I out giv ng en,
b 1 tor agreemnewv number,11,0(itgu, The"quitirdihmena'ruktile' betnitt let get T.
k ,a1 Edinbar?h,';',4eeps- vo
intmently MOM' '7 29,, -.the
fp 4:0 iNil'itAl.41s74-- ht Britannia', puns nto,Gatult ,
ather eye as, the tOYal Yat;
fib hfara m ,
. We B t I sailed ;for the Aarnas ,..teaderit SPPeared, 11S, anY ,,
At- t Etat de- sight." ;.' 'the INA. h posed Abet 'Chair- night:kit.'
' case, Germini- enme ere,. from as ,-Pm change of clothes, or an ever, "This l the tecond or thirdlime
t" ann a d d tion by Caner
d sort of thing There was oho- oe...,
be king lowarUsenate; eon- elgion, en po 0
ate the Duke', itten e a re p
t telpi4Vfondaty r
th Officet,said-Macmt a men
leg,end..stsategy for : An. senOUPPetn told
tt). Iv" d' 1 the ttati withRassitt.,.st s Ken,
go" t F reign Re- eEerntia sgatait bet, 'e9cep
e 0 t to lay easion when' some .studentit way
'Z011e' 0014 Wid 'Mrs.- Potter at
'the-Breakers C ub, COCO SO O. fir. Imam before the .en 0 liege hir
ei, nozen- ), of
lychee :that he sitar i 44 ,
'ett,' the. rt tans to; leasie ,Mon 'Oeneva::, foreign onfer'
ta' tched the -ship depart, from,. 4, week, He et p ,.ts
3 GUe Ws .; -Flow; "---
,
, Williant?. Futbright ,t1) Alvarado ha,s not ,deta e
,, Breakert,7 ,., -

- wmossm....1 OLIARAVIILN 101M V 1
- SALtE 101..ok vsi tiarbiovioom SIEMB L 1

,
she is beine held for o olicity In -111Vo Ived in some trouble-a-n-dt.G.. I
ener startng may 11. - flower," view oat 0 p
use- ban. on tests'
-,, , -,, -. presen a Ives ri ain,,,, ranee Herter, who bag -arthritis, A e c P c m md
d md Wil (R WI ) 'to o
trouble is gthat tit: .r. ;
Ili
A'''' 4 ',. ', .-- -. ''' ' ' ,- ' 1 and West Gerrnany will try -te bit metal crutches as he moved Id be desirtainbletherd an er Y an armed revolutio a I ge ed then, the ballerina's t'
. .f.,' , ., ,., -; ''t 1; --- ,-L :. ,' ', hammer out final
, r1. ,, ; .. rt ,:::, Li;g:- ..--,, ii,,,,, e ; , -, : ittateJen, eofvadevionrgeigti",
', Id iti i
iltargirag!
C13.!"4 Conf nc ' wot
Policies sod fr th la e which b h sA p iii
ehid;Ombacketorlihinelpnran.timytualc.-
d Ill r P vrle e 11,, t enhower which
t "3antS' letter feltew.-,111 the Ma 11 Big Four foreign tills- 111
imigiolfloIthign-A-: Wiens C mmatee, Ana ben. AIOX
, I mittee Republican, be invited s to
simile per101!al ileti(fier,11114 istet-s. mYeetine in Geneva, Hum.
will na 11": phrey said this-, would help show
, C, ,,,., .. ,, I I, 11 I 1.,, , C ,. ere 0. - e with neetsmIti-... - ly disclosed by Russian, 1107fe" v.& unity. , 4, i
' - 1 - ''. '. J t,' 1; ':' ; '' c : Hefer indicated yesterday that n 1st tersley at the deeeleck.
' r'. '-',"f- -',3 -, - '' '" - ' -." ', '' be .will rely less on personal di. 'Asked ''-, whether, Eisenhower's le,e ,,,, s ij,: id,, I to t ul r g s''' e
0 litle 0111' $
''' i '' ' t ''' ' '' ' '' ':' plomacy and, delegate,,more, iii- deleY le appointing him secretary ..'" '''men'
,, 1 ke eallt n le, city be- wwitisth aicti-o:The.,
h tolawbe fl(i)rroTigillit ,c::lairtgel
P b I ht i in lined k to shirk 'Ilif'sdull,nst
legislators should leave sue
talks in Geneve.' gotiating to the executive branch ,(t.agnmanolmtot,tnelidvaenby her husband. Under mother sald. ,
h !fillet sea'-",
cr eYr .,- 4r:test:tax' an ;4vt.' 'a.. itri-on.nai 31-11
district Attorney has tompleted his Guardsmen, "had nothin t d
AsspoThivroan Annilino Bowl. Ariasee and revolution go togeth togethh
h togethh ne:
oormpp forpien miliigter ill the er." ,.. v :. , i
"Tito ' I
of state riled wee ned his po- I t d d t bo - enrrpnt oilmtnIttlystimi, 110x We- has an uncle who- w s i
Neithet letter was n en e o of the government, ,except in un- Iri ill Al A thxt 't ht eentre OnCe involved in I '0
tift :'
. t
,
' at -o on oco, o o
P thority to his subordinates that his
subordinates that his-. predeces. sition, the 64-year-old former gov- . rfrar e wore a v .. ., one and so was .0
, usual circumstances. PaeomaN eongtitption to ne 11 MS yotmg days. I don't t
4 ,' ., 0 ,-,-- , , ,- ', sor, John Foster ,Dulles. ernor of Massachusetto answered "14 e 1311 le'
h The .tinnouncement twins' said Dirksen told a 'reporter ne' r3' i by think Pr A
, t" ,- ,, -.. , ..,. ., - .. He also implied he would do 4,f1 de not t ink so."
th t I vi w of the fact lila 'Prig- Id i th lion when
a n e , wou ra se e clues oomnel wife to testify ago oat r ,. esi ent de It Guardia like' I
, ,..,, --- v the Arias family and t
' ' ' Sh I ' ' ' ' '''' ' 1 ss tr ells than Dulles far the He, Raid the ,President, .who an
I :.( ort Y before six yksterclay : evening Prince .Philip, e av g ident.Eisenhower's latter 1N:1A ho
-- Republican congressional leaders ""t'.',:',nn".. to out fnr po. the back 'of iv' -, ', hat is at i
' Li f flounced the ', appointment .last
f, D k tEd 13 11.1) .rd di's' I I I, f
1.1 e o in urg oa e is g eammg soya arge m most widely traveled secre ry o ..
come known. It woks thought desirr0--
State-1n U.S. history. SaturnaY1 waited tor elm, to on- h t m tit i (.4 000
meet with Presiden' Eisenhower nere IX X Warp; ti 0,11
Mrs llookh 'h h ''' ,4
. tortn Ariale aergt 4'or a e IP am 311310 X-0 ,111 0,.
able' t a acm tin s smut s and his aides on Wednesoay tor heard from h 1
er daughter or Aria
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-ello sooco Solo pier an -on y, minutes, later the 412 foot Herter returned b n ane derv a physical examinallon
-r -I Mbn' d- with- "this new move" should be their weekly legislative confer confer'
' confer' ' '''' ' day' from it week end of rest at and I was elighted to have it . . ,
1. linelPrSTAMI Ion aonrecIsten. ferpnce ,ont4in Ar, Armed norimina.
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' nolhelostuilli 400111A awl '''' in- the British Ambassador's car. nature may ,result in thi, loss of, tion'
on a curve and ran head-on an- NT 31, 1958; cut-off date. '''t.,,, uovernment, violations of tnis day hefore his Baster school vaca
' ,'. ',s ,,,,,. ' '- ''',- ,' ,: -k ., ..,: ,.. At the Cristobal limits the mo- to .the car being,driven hy Mrs. ', Tinder the rulint, err models began, and now has nearb
I .--Tri4ks Sulronnci ;., torcade A, picked' up ,- its- Canal Lola Arnold, a Canal Zne reel- prior to DM eould lie imoorted for Panama Canal quarters': t Pig- recovered.
' ); 46 is e'"; '..' Zone police'; esCort.' while,' the dent, who was moving -in the $3, and 1114,1-52 models for SRC' vilegee ',or tither dieciPlinarY sc. The children are at Windsol
! .. .) !. : - i Guardia Nacional escort ,Inoved opposite direction. , ,- y 'The tariff alashins on used ears Hon,- hiclUding. 'in some callee, Castle where their mother, Queet
r' '' 'in Sunshine.State back into CO1Con, ',7':-.'7 ,r,"', '-lvirs. Arnold was also hilured tame it the same time at !WV 1081 ef Job. When such, action 'is Ellaabeth,spent, the weekend. li
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. ,- No sirens were used lay' the to Amados Guerrero Hospital don of 'duties On new fnrelen, small taken,-ptirchase privileget at' the valise announcement said It hk
, ... ...., n, ester at the request et phit- in' the, accident4u110 was taken cars in 'toms eases up to 50 per Panama Canal's, retail stores are been; impossiblO to keep Cherie!
't ,. ' TANNING 8 un, Avru & lp himself. ,, ,..,'...., ,,,,-..,;,,,,':', ,,, 1181C0n1C10118 following the crash.' eent.;.? ,'' ,, ,. ., .,- .'," : '... automadcally eanceled. .,' in complete 'Isolation from Anne
' ': : 'OETPI),---It wall a wet, wet week- t,, At -Coco Solo the motoreade
, '' '' L, .., arid tor State Sen. Sam alhholls- inntiPti al Autlit II111ml 7 U4 9, dm:,, .. ' il ' ''' -:- 1 a ,- ,' .. -hi. ,' s ,''. ,,,i, ,, ,,, ,, .. , ,,, ,L, ,, ,- ..,,,m, 1. ,,- L. i ,,,4,,,,, ,,, i f ,

Oft .capaable -of handling boats 't
to..14 feet in length
e, He go only slightly drenched
linain"ITthe streets end
, shrimp boat crews WhO ai
Peek'. okshelV s ,,Revea Is No el' Practices
o a shipment of machine guns, hand u
lege Mat -- ,,,010-,vvytir-. is said to
t , Saturday when a stailk.,,'conser- proceeded to the Breakers dub and 200
, vation boat, broke is steering freshly decorated for,,,the oc ' , ' m the WIllnal in might. 1
, cable-and rammed .the side of Blom ,, 1', ,,, 'WASHINGTON (UPI) Ourl to the library each mOrn'ing by s',Ielvectut for some of the 'voters! Warne, Text ,,For Friend grenad,es otherLa!ros fro
Arias superintended the raising of
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; ;r1 ,'' .ill 1:4htf1. ' .,, s, '.! ,, .,. At the i club entrance;',,corn- lawmakers have their own book secretary' is said to have In- back home. ' 'They don't admit, to havini ill C ' 'It B '- l'' '''''
c-ngressiona that at this time may heard ommt ee- aree -','
r, .,-: ,;,, -- ,, -, -,I pound, the, royal, standard was collection, called the',Library of eluded a stock of periodicals from Nobody knows for sure how ghostwritten any A sea nenr tai.tion ',T.., --- :---m--
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, ut he.was thoroughly: waken nOW shifted to the Canal, Zone Congress.', This librar spends 18 Atlantief! Monthly to Vogue, plus many 4 the 25,000 such requests books A.
,, t., ; the National Guard post at Cho- 9 rneinired Strikes -."'-'
4, ytwice.-,v -,, -h.. -,.. --,-- ',
' 8unda Governor's limousine. ",,, .,-,1 ...."s MilliOn dllars a year, has 2,600 two New York papers. ,.-', '' ,-.4 2, passed along annually to the li "4, .;t.', .,- ,,-,
1 ialking about an armed attack on ( ,, 4. ;
two trent. ,
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! 'A. s- North florid& 'Imitators, Irked The Coco, Sole reception wail employes, ant; with 26,905,919 en, .7 Rep. Omar Burleson, (D-Tes ), brary by the lawmakers originate One lawniaker sent along Meahwhile, hi London, Dame WASHINGTON ttypt) ,, Th. ,,
ri Once Gibbone Offered a real,- ', attended by ranking military tries bt its catalog is probably lite chairman of a committee that with the kiddies The librarY says v I tl i ted i '1
(I portionment plait that would and Canal Zone officials.; biggest anywhere. ,, - ,. .,,,, 0 makes thelibrary rules explained though "we suspeci I" the,y account a:
eus:e;i;e:lir )4rtonrs ha: bellePr; New York '.;
gAallI.Cnizedistrilteatelbreed &kJ: 'if. N
t, have abolished their seats, got ,,4 Guests were in unanimous''a- It appears nOW though that that- these. members apparently for more than half of the total ; tied tip.one thisa Ion a couple 01 rina daughter may have sur- $riv. Nelson Rockefeller yesterday i,
'11. mrarglo.ts'ii. ilmdoatheRroosakhidartih,er.inbalaleri ilmdoatheRroosakhidartih,er.inbalaleri,,
,, ilmdoatheRroosakhidartih,er.inbalaleri,, even bY tossing the Senator in greement that the royal ,chartn sonic of the congressmen have hadn't, discovered 1110 10-011. news. ,. it is ', assumed that all au.ch weeks,- library bosses decided this
- protect her husband, state committee, Investigating etNi--;
rendered to Panama police tO t, order further hearings by a ,,,,y
,,
i, .,, :.. the, ,,Burulpet, Ritt,e,r: -:t, ,:, .:',',4, was m. uch in evidence. , ,, been putting in fewer -rush calls Stands. So he now as got out In scholastic endeavors are awarded was a little too much, especiall
4" -4-4'4 4-4 -. i --Oniv ,,, CaBillitv, nf thtt affor.. Itne tila lihrarv'm hfultre hart fro. review ha 1,...1..1.. .0, ..1,.4.k i f.,. .so. .,.....i..., I.... 41... ts....S.,....,. ikt-ft. ....A--- sa -,,' 1 A ,L.... ----1-- ..

,, j wi, ULM OIL iltVI. A.,.. Aler xxl.n. MU I ILIWRIO Wall i L01, MAJCI-, toe ouruen Ix Tamil le -0 top grimes Dv um tescnees. mut- wnen it was manic' tne membe, r
, It was all In tun doting the noon was an -1;n1dentified guest its magazines and Out-of-town pa- go find them. i 1, ., -r. '- ing less would be fair to the ex- didn't 'make the request for km. interview with the London Star, An editorial ht the official pub- '''
blamed her 39-year-old daugh- lication of the labor, federation,'. 4,
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,,, biennial boat triis down "g the who was somewhat saturated pers. ,-,, .4 1- .. ',- -'', -,. Next,' 'who knows? Burleson pert' who get thent together. aelf. -'' ', -'4 '', '' ''T', ' ter's arrest and her ,son-ln-law's the AFL-CIO ,Nes.,"t said New
i ''' ''''' ). '. tamed river. Gibbon' went a.. but reportedly unrefreshed Along with pretty' near, everY- mai fix k where schoolboys haie There aro 113 of these in the li- He wanted the .English text for
li bait to' the probe., '', ' 4
-',"--'4,' 104 with the gag. ' when a badly aimed champagne thing else that's printed, record- to write their own essays. Or it brary's legislative reference eery- a friend.' He got It, too. -i: ; plight on ill-feeling on the part York Industrial ,--Conunissioner ',,,,''
of President Ernesto., de la Martin II, Catherwood had called' lor
i , ... ', , ,N. ,' '' bottle poppe& The champagne ed, or photographed, the library least, grind them out without help ice, and between them they know But onSurieson'S Merl,. that s
, As wii,inatter of ,fact. he let had been intended for', the gets most of these. And a "very from the Library of Congress. all about everything. ii, ,,,' all pover now. Jleretdter, if a "1 can well 'believe that she The three-man committee 'bold ,,,4
; ,,- himself be dunked I second time punch bowl.- .; r ,,' e few" members, it L' now le dis. Anyway, that's ,the way thipgs All a member of Congress bait House member or senator seleetS 'Mir have volunteered to glve' a series of public hearings, ,,,rp ',;,',
,, When some eamqamen missed From the Breakers Club.' Pot- closed, have kept delivery crews are tending.' .' .' , ,: t to do is get 'on the phone. The for a quiet evening's r 4 a d In g herself go to defend Tito (the cently' which disclosed existence
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t,' It the first time. i t,,--.-.- ..'-'-' ter escorted the Prince to the busy hustling Iste issues,' free, The library currently Attends experts will answer his questions, something published in Sanskdtr nickname of ,. miss Fontevn's of a business concern which sup 1'
f ; 4,-.., t TOSSinR him .in were Sens. Pier 1 landing, and within Min acrost Capitol 'plaza from library $143 per year per member of Con- do his research, They will write or Urdu,- the translators win leap husband, Dr. Roberto Arias). plies strikebreakers to newsospet ,'
''' ,,;.e,Tom Adams. Orange ark. H. H utes the Britannia wits on her to congressional office 'buiMinis. arcess on these and other' literary him a speech, with or without to their work- But for a -constitu- I know she would Waft te do publishers. It said afterward I :
i .,,f-411-lair of Live Oak, and Randolph way, almost exactly 24 hours One subscription list daily in- efforts- requested bv House and 1-
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SPICS AND GRINGOS
Sir:
1;was certainly interested to read "Zogion'a" letter the other
day' concerning, statehood for the Canal Zone. It sounds very good
to me, but I'm hot the type to take up the-cudgetfots thatlpt-431
political activity.

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political activity. .. .. s --
However, he did open my eye to something. And that is the Ilse
of the word gringo. I had access the other ,day to the large.diction large.dictionary
ary large.dictionary that he referred to and I looked it up.,On page 1104 you'li find:
"grilego! AMons Spanish Americans, a fPreigner, esp. an English Englishman
man Englishman lir Americamchiefly contemptuous." ..: nose last two,:words
hit, me right in the face. ..
Ai f 'I ''thise
Here I've been seeing that word in the ocat press or o
many -years and I didn't know the real meaning. .'llow ofted lave
thescboys laughed at us. From now on Ition't want any Spin 41.1;
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ing me Gringo. .i.;10,4---: V.'5',,Is.
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, , CATHeDRAL'S INFLUENCE1 '.. '4, -: ,:' .7, ''
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It's true one should take things calmly during the hot month of
April. but when shoddy and cheap incidents are constantly happen happening
ing happening you'dhave to be a saint to take it gracefully.
When,honors are due a child in cub scouting after a mother par participated
ticipated participated for five years, giving up a fine position to abide by all
rules so that your child can be reared the-American wty, the child's
rerord in cubbinr being perfect against a child who is of no lesser
degree in perfection, but his mother refusecRo-assistlit i den Moth Mother',
er', Mother', because she can pay her child's was thrqugh.
- 401 What.did 'she think'''. did, accept charittt Tint 'only paid his
'clites and ant, other dues required. but I donated five, good years for
both of my boys plus donating time, articles from home of educa educaUltra
Ultra educaUltra value to anyone that asked for it.
' Mr. Lucas better find out what people really think of his meth metho
o metho of operating cub scouts at the St. Luke's Cathedral. I am indeed
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s tl have ever met him.
. il. It seems that not only do children lose out on glories against the
SU Luke's Cathedral, but promotions for husbands come from groupa
there'. top. A recent hick of promotion for my husband to senior
Master for the...Marine Division was also shoved aside to one from
thit church. ,I have Whine against the chijicii 'itself, but I have a against
gainst against some of the people that seem to think the sunrises and sets
at them only.
,1,- Thank you very much for your time and trouble. You have 41-
wirgs been kind to me, ,
E.L.

17. BINGO AND 'FAIR PLAY'

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2 In renly to "Another Fair Player" (Mail Box April 12) would
Ina that it is the business ef all the players bow the games are run
am! not just a few of the favored ones.
e l am noosed to the holdout out of cards xnd defacing of same.
,
Reis about time that an inspector be appointed by the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal to look into the way these bingo games are being run.
: For his information, Fair Play is not an ancient character from
, Pinama but an employe of the Panama Canal from the Atlantic
I have noticed these maneuvers for some time and particularly
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suece the 11.11.A had to give up the game because they took out a
ffitlt dollars to pay for a snack after the game. I would figure about
$tor $10.
These men were paid $4 per night for collecting and were not
allowed to play env games.
How much is the "take" nOW? If none why are the same ones
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meager to run theat games? Maybe it is for the love of the public.
Baat do yoe think?'
A Friend of Fair Play

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tCELLAR SHELTER Practicing what he Preaches, 'Civil
;Defense Director Leo A. Hoegh has built this cellar. ;Miter
Ito protect against fallout. Stocked with, food, water, Irst-ald
:kit, blankets and other essentials, it is being visited by his
,,,daughter, Janice, 10, leit; his wife, Mary I..puise, and Susan
v'14cfren, 10, a neighbor.'

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liiii Amin (DEW) Line eastward across Greenland will give
ddedf protection against attack, according to the Defense
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partment The 27-million-dollar extension (broken line) was
greed to by Denmark which owns Greenland. ViThen coin
Voted. the radar warning system will extend from-the Aleutian
Aslands around Alaska across Canada and over Greenland.
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LONDON I have been in
London almosCtwo days as this
springs -reluctanly from the- ma mamine,
mine, mamine, and -already I am begin beginning
ning beginning to. shake. I go along with
tne ola story aootit the slightly
sissified soldier who was asked to
give his impressions of the sham.
hies at the evacuation of Dail.
kirk during the World War Two.
"The people," be said. "And
the noise.'
After three months in the Afri African
can African bush I, must confess I am
scared stiff of this people, and the
noise, and traffic, and esepetally
the newspapers.- Everything fright frightends
ends frightends me, including the prices and
the headwaiters and the doormen.
But mostly it is the people and
the, noise and the news.
When you get yourself used to
expecting the Gelubba to raid )ou
at Lake Rudolf, or, become ac accustomed
customed accustomed to a casual cattle raid
in KAMM to come back to
Blight!), and pick up s paper is
a mighty shock for a sensitive
nature lover like me.
You think .4frica is savage2
These are the leadlines that on onfronted
fronted onfronted youl sunburnt. correspond correspondent
ent correspondent (peeling). when be hit the ,gild ,gildod
od ,gildod confines of the stately old Sa Savoy..
voy.. Savoy..
'U.S. ICBM 'Eases 'will Be, Pre Prepared
pared Prepared for Only One Shot. 2-3
Hours Needed to Cool Pads. But
McElroy Calls Power Superior."
"Air Alert Depends. on Russia.
Red ICBM's Will Keep SAC A Aloft."
loft." Aloft." "U.S. Chiefs Hit Stress on A AArms."
Arms." AArms." "U.S. Makes Sun Photos 123
Miles Up."
"Tokto Court Hits Presence of
U.S. Troops, Bases."
"In Trafalgar Squire, Anti AntiBomb
Bomb AntiBomb Marchers Hold Rally."
"RAF's Iraq Bases Will Be
Closed."
"Russians Agree to May Talks
Hope tor Accord on 'Poles,
Szechs."
"Pro-Tibet India Mobs Storm
Red Consulates."
"Premier of Byelo Russia Par Party
ty Party Branded Incompetent."
"President Urged to Take Rest."
There are a sampling ol one
day's tront-page beaulines of the
European ealbon of the .iNew Yonit
Herald Tribune. The erestuept
is not the only one who needs a
rest. Just reading the- paper has
given me combat fatigue.
1 am basically a simple soul.
Just give me dozen .ayellita, a
rogue elephant, ,a :11.n-eating
twos and cattle killing leopard,
and I am as ,happy .s barn',
whomever he may oe. i can
dismiss a few. tribal distruhances
as one shrugs ctif a powuerin.
aust, end tne rather ouu murals
of the natives fret me hot. I
man is sa,e irom either the prowl prowlmy,
my, prowlmy, especially if you're not Marnea?

But in the streets of London no
man is sate from either tale prwt prwting
ing prwting male Of the carnivorous ie.
male, The he-and-she oi prostitude
hula. in packs, like who uogs, e eventually
ventually eventually hoping to pull tiown 'heti
victims irona'nfleer fatigue.
I have never seen so many
street women m any city of the
world, and the young men wan
peculiar haricots have hterally
ctriven the tarts off their olu tirt tirtserves
serves tirtserves It Is an actual act that a wo woman
man woman of virtue may nor snop aiong
ime Lofton streets without being
attackea, verbally arm sometimes
physically, by the professional wo women,
men, women, wno accuse the innocctit
housewife of invading their ter
rain.

The political antics of the Con Conservatives
servatives Conservatives and the Socialist here
1 remaind me of nothing so much as
the border attidude of the silks to
the Karamojan, except that the
.naked salvages fight cleatier.
lnere seems to be more murder
and rape and invoived sererinies
in London than I remember even
from the gentle days of the Mau
Mau, not to speak of the Borran
attacks of the Turkana, or the
Habashi coming down in strength
Oil the Samburu.
I have attended some fairly bar barbarous
barous barbarous outings in Africa, in which
-stew social holdt were barred, but
one of the more popular pip! here
at the moment deals in the pro problems
blems problems of a French procurer, who
falls in love with his pet prasti prastitute,
tute, prastitute, and invents a rich lover,
played by himself with a beard,, to
insure solidarity in the home. A
good part of the cast was fla flagrantly
grantly flagrantly homosexual.
Personally, I think I am in the
wrong jungle, and had best head
back to the Jae-Tanen, Ydu4.ane
belt. Compared with London, A A..
.. A.. fries seems awfully tame.

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The jingle jangle of the thea theatre's
tre's theatre's golden melody is faacinating.
"Oklahoma!" returned $5,000 tor
every $100 invested. A nugget be became
came became a goldmine. Such bonanzas
create the impression that the
theatrical' lottery has more prizes
than tickets. "Oklahoma" repre represents
sents represents an extreme rarity, of course.
For every Fort Knox, there are
dozens' of Humpty -.Dumpties. The
hard fact of the theatre); econo economy
my economy is this: The possibility of get getting
ting getting rich quick always includes
the -greater probability of getting
poor quicker. Nevertheless, the
theatre is a strange and wonder wonderful
ful wonderful businesswhich manufacturers
illusions and sells emotions. Its
true was once expressed by
Mike Todd: "Win. or lose, the
theatre always pays off in excite excitement."
ment." excitement." --
4 The harsh reallties of the'Broad the'Broadway
way the'Broadway marketplace frequently Sash
with artistic aspirations. Artistry
requires money and money needs
artistry. but the alliance is All
uneasy one. The foregoing is gra,.
phically exemplified by playwright
Tennessee Williams comment:
"Broadway is big busines, they
tell me. That's why I hate it and
I can't stand it. I think you work
much better where there isn't all
that money invoived. On Broad Broadwar
war Broadwar some one's( always shouting
at you: 'For God' sake, cut here,
cut there, make it shorter. 'Don't
you' know that if the Naygoes
beyond a certain minute-- you'll
have to -pay the stagehands. dou double?'
ble?' double?' - 41
Ironichlly, despite Mr. Williams
distress about B'way being big
)!ousiness, his 'artistry makes his
dramas big ',-- and profitable
businesi.
Among happy notions nourish nourished
ed nourished by stagestruck historians 4s
that a minor investment in' a gait
will reap a retirement fund. Such
cloud-riding illuMons occasionally
fall ha the land of reality. More
often, hits produce substantial
but not fantasticdividends. rake
"Wonderful Town," for example,
a thundering click several sea seasons
sons seasons ago. Its first year's groww

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was a fabulous 1300,001' After the
overheadathe was alleviated, the
net was not so 'fabulous. If you
invested $1,000 -- you profit atter
the first year was $400.
The commercial aspects of the
theatre are basically exercises in
uncertainty.' The shrewdest of 'em
are not always shrewd enough.
Howard Cullman is oni of Broad Broadeay's
eay's Broadeay's leading angels. However,
Cullman told Rodgers and tiam- I
merstein that "you can't make a
musical Out of 'Green Grow the
" and refused to put any
money into "Away We Go,' whicn
was' retitled "Oklahoma! Others
who spurned opportunities ,to
back The Big 0 were such shrew shrewdies
dies shrewdies as Jed Harris and Mike Todd.
During the opening night inter intermission
mission intermission of "Life, With Father,"
Cullman told friends: "It's a nice
little thing might run three
weeks." 'Fortunately, he;,had
004 invested in the show. The $5,-
'000' has returned over $300,000.
Broadway rotilette is played for
high stakes. Profits' and losses can
be measured by a roller coaster.
As a case in point, ther's kler klerman
man klerman Levin's dives and zooms.
He produced "Call Me Mister"
and netted $200,000. Then he risked
his bundle on something called
"Bonanza Bound" which wasn't.
It perished in Philly. Mr. Levin
came back with "Gentlemen Pre Prefer
fer Prefer Blondes" and shit bingo a
$250,000 profit. The pay dirt was
followed by Aust. Producer Levin
backed "Bless You -Ail," which.
wasn't blessing for anybody. The
'disaster not only deprived Mr. Le Levin
vin Levin of his IGIentlemen Prefer
Blondes" fortune but alsp left
him $50,000 In debt. And then
came the happiest of lappy end-,
ingshe produced. "My Fair La Lady."
dy." Lady."
, Fail and you're a loeper., Sue.-
ceed and you're MidaS'. That is
the story of the Broadway market,
As we have noted previously Rod Rodgers
gers Rodgers and Hamrnerstein had tre tremendous
mendous tremendous difficulty in luring back backers
ers backers for, "Oklahottal" But what
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ditions or a scrpt. Potential bank bankrollers
rollers bankrollers were .practizally standing
,in line. Josh Logan has said: Our
problem in ) raising moneSt for
'South Pacific' was in deciding who
should be chosen to back the
show."

, i'Vhat makes a Man 9' produc producer?
er? producer? The aforementioned Josh Lo Logan
gan Logan once put it this way: "Just
to be called a producer,' it is not
absolutely necessary toghave taste
or talent or good judgment-A pro.,
ducer need only be a rich man,
or the son of a rieh man, or the
husband of a rich. woman,or the
confidant of a rich woman,or the
beloted of a rich mat. A produc producer
er producer can be anyone who can raise
enOugh money Ior''a show. Tnere
are, however, a number or real,
henest-to-goodness, fulltime pro producers,
ducers, producers, men who are able bud budnessmen
nessmen budnessmen and strong ,1 bargainers.
for them, there 4s, little,glory
and great risk inproducing Broad Broadway
way Broadway shows, but they are hook-ed.
They love the theatre,"
In the Broadway market, the
raw material of success it talent.
For instance, the transplanting of
"Damn Yankees" from a book in into
to into a musical was a tough chore.
Eight top flight dramatists at attempted
tempted attempted the transition and failed.
Finally, in, desperation, George
Abbot and the author turned out
a script. Abbott's secret is that
well-known drudgery known as re rewriting.
writing. rewriting. During 'The P ajaura
Game" tryout Abbott rejected une unethird
third unethird of the original songs. Others
were substituted-4nd the result
was a golden show,- '-
When you study the record, you
must ,conclude, that Abbott has a
geniu for script-surgery. He piul piuled
ed piuled up "Brother list" (which had
been turned down by 31 produc producers),
ers), producers), polished it and grossed over
a million. He accompioshed a
milar mirazle with 'Rooth' Ser
vice;" which had closed, out of
town. Abbott revised it it ran
for 2 years and WAS sold to Holz.
lywood for $225,000..,- -

David Merrick, the most suc successful
cessful successful contemporary producer,
was an attorney before chalieng chalienging
ing chalienging the theatre. He explained big
formula quite simply: "What. I
do is striektly, my onw' taste If
I like something I put it on. .Ancl
I'll do anything to, seell my plays.
Also, since I've been in this busi businessoI've:"beeti
nessoI've:"beeti businessoI've:"beeti in the company
of people like MarzelPagnol, Ty.
rone Guthrie, Gerson Kanin, Ruth
Gordon and Josh Logan whole
collection' of great mihdt and
wonderful wits. I wouldn't tneet
anyone like that in the law. Fur Furthermore,
thermore, Furthermore, I can't be taxed for the
hours I've spent with such Pco Pcopie."
pie." Pcopie." 1
After directing "The Flo wer
Drum Song," Gene Kelly ovserv ovserved:
ed: ovserved: "The only sensible attitude
one can take toward the New York
theatre is throughly comercial
one. for it is the most commerci commercial
al commercial thing I have ever been con connected
nected connected with.: The theatre in New 1
York isoessentially a real ,,, estate
operation that has as its goal no nothing
thing nothing higher than pleasing the pub public.
lic. public. Tosurvive, it needs hits big
hits, and when it gets one ,there
inevitably is a' lot of unattraztive
scrambling and chiseling. What
makes the New ,York theatre so
wonderful, despite its 'commercial
bssis. is the handful of people-,
writer$, composers, choreograph.
era and others who create for
The magic of the theatre its
ability to transform money, into
rainbow reflections, lovely frog.
ments of sound, brilliant illusions,
beauty and bright, bright dreamt
The profit is represented in termi
of tears and laughter. 0
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- The :,,House
Rules Committee met in closed
session last week to vote whether
the housing bill, -containing two
billions of mortgage money for the
building industry and vfor
clearance; Vitt to be uncorked so
the rest of Congress could vote on
it., Onq vote only could keep- it in
committee so 4.3.5 other Congress Congressmen
men Congressmen would havemo chanc0 to vote.
---There. Walt. silence as .thc-Committee
met; Rut' in the, back ,:of
the minds bf six Democratic Inept
hers was a consiersation held last
January, with Speaker Sam 'Ray 'Rayburn,
burn, 'Rayburn, 7-year-old boss of the Rouse
of Representativei.,
Congressman Chet HOlifield of
California had gobs to 'Sam in
January to urge that the throttle throttlebold
bold throttlebold df, the Rules Committees on
all legislation be loosened, so that
one vote only Could not,,prevent
135 other Congressmen' from,vot-A
new 'Congress bad just', been i
eirpted. New, fresh, members, full
of -zeal and determined to," make,
tile democratic' process work, had
just come to Washinglon. And Ho-,
Wield urged' 'Rayburn to revise
the Lulea end' unloose Mit demo democratic.
cratic. democratic. procress.

"rhin toMple perversion
of our time honored system," he
told the Speaker in their private
session. "It gives two men far
too-touch' power over other mem members
bers members of Congress. The Rules Com Committee
mittee Committee now- seeks to write legis legislation,
lation, legislation, not, merely schedule the
order of veting on legislation."
Holifield ipoke eloquently. The
elder statesman from Texas listen listen,ed.
,ed. listen,ed. Finally be said: "Look, you
want legislation, don't you? All
right, I give you my: assurance
that any reporled legislation wVI
cleat the Rules Committee.- Yon
have my, word. And if it doesn't
get through the Rtdes Committee
then 'you have. my work that I'll
'help you, get a 2I-day rule to
get .it out of the Rule8 Commit Committee,
tee, Committee,
"Howard Smith,' he added, re,
ferring to the Rules Committee
chairman from Virginia who has
ridden roughshod over colleagues
to bottle up bills, "will have to
play ball like everyone else., No
one J8 bigger than the :Democra :Democratic
tic :Democratic party," ,
But at last week's blosed-cloor.
crucial meeting of .he Rules COm COmmittee,
mittee, COmmittee, the tame, Howard Smith;
chairman, tailed for, a vote on
the housing bill, and himself voted
to bottle the housing The vote
was 6 to 6. His vote, added to that
of Mississippi's tolmer and' four
Republicans. tied ur. the,
Today, with 41,4bill ,affecting the
entire building ''' industrr" stymied
and gathering dust, a lot of Con Confiressinen
firessinen Confiressinen are watching-Sam Aar
burn to see whether he keeps
his word.
Note The Renubheans who
'know' Democrats Smith and Col Colmer
mer Colmer in killing the housing bill were
Allen (II). Brown (Ohio).- Reece
(Tenn.land Budge fldaho),,:The
Demorata who voted for the bill
were: Madden (Ind.), Delaney
(N.Y.). Trimble (Ark.), Thoorber Thoorberrv,
rv, Thoorberrv, (TeN.), Bolling (Mo.),, and O'-
Neal Mass.).
, GOP SIT-DOWN
lienoblican ,inembers of the Sen Senate
ate Senate Interstate Commerce Commit Committee
tee Committee hove taken al leaf from the
early tactics of Wolter Rewriter's
TTnite4 Aldo Workers The sit sitdown
down sitdown strike, To those rowth.toocti
devs of linion6ing. the 911t0 work worker.:
er.: worker.: sat down inside a factory and
refnserl to Midge.
GOP senators are now doing the
tame thinct in reeari to the con confirmation
firmation confirmation hearirea Of Adm.. Tnwis
Strauss' to be 'Seeretay of Com Com',lore&
',lore& Com',lore& When' Clif trman Warren
Magnuson of Washington anooint anoointed
ed anoointed auhcommittee eift the com comnlieste4
nlieste4 comnlieste4 tna-sa of evidence regard regardlog
log regardlog traoss Rem:tokens lust
set' Mei. refosert serve.
If enntirined. woold give
the Pvretarg of Commerce snec--
hit immonita 'rot granted other
9M)0;nfe0,1 who have .to tags Sen Senate
ate Senate scrutiny: it. would mean that
tke richt. of t" Senate to seen seenfinis
finis seenfinis ean(l ronfirm he e'r e'rtually
tually e'rtually nullified by refusal of Re

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publican Senators to Imre an
tuvestiating ,'subtommitree.
'.1dready, Strains- has : ducked duckedcertain
certain duckedcertain questions asked him during
the preliminary probe of the1full
Interstate Commerce Committee.
So far also' he, has not submitted
a list of his financial holdings. dea;,'
!lite the'fact that, other, high off-.,-
culls are ,required to do so.. Al
Secretary of Commerce, his' deci.;
slant tan affect the prosperity and
profit of companies in which he
might hold inveatments, ,Yet the
man who wants to bir confirmed
as Setretam not only has failed
to 'aubmit a 'financial statement
but has been worldne, feverishly T
backstage to sidetrack .any r,tho;
rough probe into his past govern-,
iment operations. ,, f
, To further sidetrack that' inves-
tigation, Republican members of )
Magnuson's committee have now
decided to -boycott --the i-zubtomm'
mittee appointed,to investigate the
manner in which Strauas was
volved in the biggest tonflitt-of
interest case of the Mally unearth unearthed
ed unearthed "in this administration; a, k
WASHINGTON PIPEONII

President de Giulio 'has sent a
warning to' Eisenhower that the
pro-Communist take over ,of
rag is a worse threat to world
peace than the Berlin crisis. De,
Gaulle suggests that Xbrushchev
may have deliberately stirred up
trouble in Iran to divert Mien Miention
tion Miention ,from the Near East. ,Real
reason why Meade Alcorn resign resigned
ed resigned from the Republican National
Committee was because be handk handkered
ered handkered to be Postmaster General and
Ike wouldn' t fire Arthur Sum Summerfield,
merfield, Summerfield, Mill Blair),the efficient ",
assistant to Adlai Stevensod, has
tipped off Democratic leaders pri privately
vately privately that Adlai would accent
, the presidential nomination again
in 1960 if offered. -Nice Presi-.
dent Nixon's friend's are urging'
the Presiden tto name Nek as srx
alternate at 'the summit confer conference;Nixon
ence;Nixon conference;Nixon figures that Ike might
get tired and want to go home
and he could remain on --- a real
buildup for 1960. So far Ike hasn't
definitely bought the idea.

HEADLINES AND FOOTNOTES
Girard Davidson': Oregon's De-
mocratic National 24mmitteeman
har: warned Senators Kennedy,
Humphrey, Symington, and other
leading Democratic candidates
that they shonld capipaing in Ore Oregon
gon Oregon if they are really serious a about
bout about the presidential ,nomination.
He pointed out that Oregon's pri-
mar3r election laws make the
state a' crueler testing' ground for
'presidential candidates, and that
that 'was where Tom Deweit really
won' out over Senator Taft. The
Navy agrees with Senator Mag-
nuson of Washington that we lack
information abopthe-oetan floor. '',
Less 'then., 2' r cent of the
ocean's bottom has been 'map 'mapped.
ped. 'mapped. Mouse sleuths are InvestifA
gating charges of widespread coriwq
ruption and pilferage in Korea.
The Army has admitted losing
ver $1,300,000,from theft in Korea
last year. Most of the stolen goods
were PX articles which showed
up later on the Korean black mar- ;
ket.-. The Chinese Reds are train training
ing training a so-called liberation army a across
cross across the border from tiny Laos,
once part of Indochina, An intel intelligence
ligence intelligence report claims the army
wee ready to march into Laos un untit
tit untit the .Tibetan revolution. backfir backfired.
ed. backfired. Now', Chinese,brutelity in Ti Tibet
bet Tibet has caused a wave of anti-
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,k;. from the gentle days of the Mau "Wonderful Town," for example, a difference with .Sohuth Pact
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tELLAR SHELTER Practicing what he Preaches; 'Civil
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0 fla0 04Defense Director Leo A. Hoegh has built this cellar shelter grantly homosexual.
''. Y -its protect against fallout. Stocked with, food, water, 4first-ald
,.,!, 4- Personally, I think I am In the
,kit, blankets and other essentials, it is being visited by his wrong jungle, and had best, head 0 1
,:,,, ,, daughter, Janice, 10, leit; his wife, Mary .4iiiise, and Susan back to the ,me-Tarsan, ydu-Jane
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by the professional wo- kilenuemen Freier t ', --
, onysicauy, Ironically, despite Mr. Williams VIII Ul WS
big glondes" fortune but also left Wh 't d th td
1 housewife of invading their t b i
I men, wno accuse the InflOcer I, distress about B'way being
him $30,000 in debt. And then en you s u y e reco you GOP konators are now doing the .--,--,
tame Wort in exert to the con- --- ---- it
er. hi rti t k h
us ness, s a s ry ma es is
came the happiest of happy end-. geniu for script-surgery. He pick pickmust
must pickmust ,conclude that Abbott has a ,i i, , ,, ,
rma ton nearirca Or "WTI.. ; nWIS o.
I rain. dramas big and profitable
ingshe produced "My Fair La- ed up "Brother Rat" (which had S,,,tarausswtoh be 'Shecreta of Com.
business.
dy." en' r etrman Warren
.... ree. 1 ,..,,
been turned down by 31 produc- Iffnueon of Washington anoomt- (
1 The political antics of the Con- ' ;
, servatives and the Socialist here Among happy notions nourish- ers), polished it and grossed over "-
Fail and you're a loepen Suc- a million. He accomplosheda si- eri e elthcommittee to sift the com- u f eva
' remaind me of nothing so much ea ed by Itagestruck historians ts 1
eeed and you're Midas'. That is miler mirazie with "Rooth' Scr nliratc4 tnia of evidence regard- T 21; 41:44 t.
i the border attidude et the nuka to that a minor investment in a lilt
the story of the Broadway market. vice" which had closed, out of ,
Inc transa ',the Rertublicans limit , '.!ets.401,1 'I.
the Karamojan, except that the will reap a retirement fund. Such
As we have noted previously Rod- town. Abbott revised it it ran so' flown', Mei- rcfnse to scene. i 41 ,.
naked salvages fight cleaner. cloud-riding illuMons occasionplly This. i con.thiiied, would cive cv----.., ,k i it
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Georgia Stands Firm On School
Anti-Segregation Legislation

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ATLAN'rA (UPI) Lt. Gov. .11 think the will power and de deGarland
Garland deGarland Byrd said ,yesterday the termination of lour people is
state will stock its anti-integration stronger than it has ever been,"
arsenai with pew legislation as Byrd said. , -
fast oat it is overturned by qie Ile said the "most reckless thing
U.S. Supreme Court. i going on now" in Georgia is the
Byrd told a news conference wouthings" of those perms who
that ,several anti 'school 'mixing- forecast a closing of the state
plans are under consideration bY schools. Such talk,. he said;', does
state authorities, adding "I'm -,not nothing but "encourage lawsuits",
at liberty to -reveal what other by Negroes: t
steps will be tsken." Byrd, a sure-fire Candidate for
Gov., Ernest Vandiver, Byrd is- governor three and-a-half years
serted, has promised' to COnVene hence, said he consideredI'main consideredI'maintbe
tbe consideredI'maintbe Legislature into extra-ordin- taining the solvency of the4 state"
ary session as often as necessarY to be the most pressing ,problem
to combat integrated Schools.' Georgia.
Byrd also said 'lie sees alga But he joined with Vandiver 'in
that.the federal goyernment is not throwing cold water on rumblings
so demanding and "aggressive" of a tax session..
that the states implement the high "We've got to giveGov. Vandi
courts 19S4 sehOols segregation, de- ver's Prograln of economy and
cision. -, 4 .1A,ott,t,,-, reorganization, a chance, to see if
"" think our position," tlYrd it will work" before considering
saie, "is stronger all the way increasing taxes.
around." "That's going tco be my position
The U.S. attorney ,general, he in respect to a tax program." he
noted has litgegestedle Congl ests added.
that he not delegated the ait- The Itate,, he said, can continue
thority of prosecuting sehooi de. to operate during tbe next tour
oAgregation cases. 'Byrd said that years without the necessity, of
"perhaps lic(the eitorneY general) more taxes providing the "peo "peobas
bas "peobas begun to relize "that the con- ple",are willing to go along with
trot of the schools is a matter a belt-tiglitening ,economy pro
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ilins are under consideration bY schools. S
state authorities, adding "I'm -,not nothing bu
at liberty to -reveal what other by Negroo
steps will be taken." Byrd, a
Gov. Ernest Vandiver, Byrd is- governor
serted, has promised' to convene hence, sal
the Legislature into .eictra-ordin- taining tho
ary session as often as necessarY to be the
to combat integrated Schools.' id Georgia
Byrd also said 'lie sees sign But he :
that.the federal government is not throwing o
so demanding and "aggressive" of a tax
that the states Implement the high "We've
A courts 19S4 schools segregation, de- ver's prol
cision. ;7, reorganga
"" think our position," ijYrd it will wo
saie, "is stronger all the way increasing
around." "That's
The U.S. attorney ,general, he in respect
noted,,,,. has, littgested.,te Congiess added.
that he not delegated the aii- The Ital
thority of prosecuting. seboot de. to operato
vgregation cases. 'Byrd said that years wil
perhaps lic(the attorney general) more taxi
bas begun to relize "that the ton- ple",,are 1
trol of the schools is a matter a belt-tig
strictly for the, states t& handle. gram.

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TALLAHASSEE', (UPI) The
House pas,sect by a vote 'of. 89-0
and .sent 'to thi2Senate yesterday a
bill which -,woultl, provide fix a
maximuni penalty, of death for tee.
rorist .bonthings. Mutt lit.
death.' : .';
The-. fower -..7chamber- waded
throUgh e,..short. calendar 'and'
listened .to, trief talk by'fornier
Gov. Fuller, Warren before, adiurn.
ing until ;10 ;.
The rterrorist bombing...131111se
makes it A' felony! tn.rnake ',Vase
reports of a hombing;iThe bill has
the backing:,:nt the. Florida'. ancr?
iff's Assn. and Was guided tO pad padsage
sage padsage by Rep.: Doyle E. Conner of 1
Bradford, County, There 'was! no
debate on the measuire.v
In other.action, the Ilouse paes4
ed a bill which-, would. set up the
Stonewall Jackson Memorial Schol Scholarship
arship Scholarship !Pundit prospective tesCh,
The Bouse:poatponed action on
a couple', of puntroveraial' meas measures,:
ures,: measures,: one niA. which ,:wouM,- ,have
' authorizedAhe',hiring. of 200',addi-,
tional highway patrolMen.: ,' ;..
has'the .backing
legislative council, Sponsors said
theri had;;i100011011:,the,nyeasure
postponed ause Ahern. isi.: still,
too much',OPposition4o lt.!'.
Reps. act :Cleveland
sole,. and: C.,,:-Welborn Daniel, of
, 0,4 A

Lake both have sitid they will try
to kill the bill if it comes .to the
floor for a vote.
The Howie also temporarily
passed up action' on a 'bill which
wottid exclude pnrtners in partner partnershipa
shipa partnershipa from 'paying' taxes on both
personal and partnership .stocia,
bonds and cash deposits.
The House also failed, 'to act bn :
a bill which would take-itway the
homestead exemption' when, an en entire
tire entire dwelling is rented.,
',A bill was introduced
House which' would authorize the
State load Department to adopt
billboard advertising regulationa
complying with the, rederal,High rederal,HighWa
Wa rederal,HighWa Act of 1958.
'The bill, intreduced by Reps.
Ralph.J: Blank Jr., ,and Emmett
Roberts, ,both of Palm., Beach
County, would permit the depart,
ment to regulate billboard dyer.
tising within 660 feet of interstate.,
highways.''
The liouse got more bills pro- t
yiding for property tax assess assessments
ments assessments to be made st "assessed
value"' rather than "full cash
value."'
The 'llouse aiso got a bill,
viding for -the creation of a coun county,
ty, county, school, fund for additional cap-
ital ,outlay. The, bill, sponsored ,by
the legialative -council,' calls it for
ail approptiation of 612,000,000.,
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, Heart -Specialists See Gains
Aheathin Field Of Prevention

CHICAGO WPI) One of .the
nation's top, heart specialists pre predicted
dicted predicted yesterday that within 10
years doctors will be able lo spot
80 per cent if ,potential heart at
tack victims. 4 ,,s
Dr. Irvine II; Page, research
director of the Xleveland, Ohio,
Clinic Foundation, said that about
500,000 Americans will die this
year of heart attacks.
"But within thq next decade,"
he said, "chanes are, good that
the medical profession will devel-1
op its diagnosis to the point that
it will give doctors an 80 per cent
chance of spotting the individual
who might have, a heart attack."
Page was one of eight specialists
who lave a forum of business,
eivic, labor and church leaders
their remedies on how to stay
alive.
The spedalists lectured on "The
dare and Preservation of the
American Executive" at the op openiin
eniin openiin session of the 40th annual
convention of the American Col College
lege College of Physicians.
One of the experts,. Dr. Chester
M. Jones of Harvard Univer University,
sity, University, estimated that cancer will
be discovered this year in 450,000
Americans, but 150,000 of these
can be confident of cure and
75,000 more lean 'recover if' they
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CHICAGO '(UPI) One of nessmen how to avoid arthritis
aation's top, heart specialists pre- and rheumatism, emotional dis dislicted
licted dislicted yesterday that within 10 turbances, ulcers, and high blood
rears doctors will be able 10 spot Pressure. They also thew in advice
10 per cent if ,potential heart at on how to prepare for retire retiretack
tack retiretack victims. 4 ,,s ment.
Dr. Irvine II; Page, research Page said the question of "are
director of the Xleveland, Ohio, we are getting anywhere in re reClinic
Clinic reClinic Foundation, said that about search on heart disease?'' is like
S00,000 Americans will die this asking "are' you getting anywhere
year of heart attacks. with women?"
"But within the next decade," "It all depends on what you
he said, "chance are, good that have in mind," he said.
the medical profession will devel- However, Page said "the pat patm
m patm ita diagnosis to the point that tem of the heart attack-prone per perit
it perit will give doctors an 80 per cent son Is becoming clearer and
chance of spotting the individual physicians hope that treatmentl
who might have, a heart attack." will likewise become better and
Page was one of eight specialists better."
who 'gave a forum of business,
Within 10 ears h ho ed doe doecivic,
civic, doecivic, labor and church leaders
tors will beYable' toe detPect' in a
their remedies on how to stay
give. 20-year-old man the hereditary
, and physicar characteristics which
The apedalists lectured on "The make him a setup for a heart
dare and Preservation of the attack in later years.,
American Executive" at the op- The doctors ceuld then lay dowe
ening session of the' itOth annual a health program,. including pron.
convention of the American Col- er diet and exercise, to stave off
lege of Physicians. an attack, Page said.
One of the experts,. Dr. Chester Page listed heredity, hypeiten hypeitenM.
M. hypeitenM. Jones of Harvard Univer- sion, lack of exercise, and im imsity,
sity, imsity, estimated that cancer will proper diet as prime causes'. of
be discovered this year in 450,000 heart attacks.
Americans, but 150,000 of these Some factors can be controlled,
can be confident of cure and he said, but "children and Rus Rus75,000
75,000 Rus75,000 more lean recover. if' they slang being what they are, it is
consult their -doctors in time. hard te see bow stress can cur-The
other specialists told bud-- rently be much reduced."

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Senate 10 Reform
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Labor r
114. ht Cut ixisting Penalties

WASHING'rOff (UPI)The Sen Senate's
ate's Senate's top rackets investigator said
yesterday that, the KennedyErtin
labor ;reform might actually
water down eidsting penalties gor
blackmail picketing.
; Chairman John L, McClellan
fp-Ark.) of the 'Senate Rackets
Comniittee said the Justice De.
partment was,. "greatly "con "concerned'",,
cerned'",, "concerned'",, about the effect of latt
Hartley,law changes contained in
the pending bill, 4 r ;
McClellan, a leader in the fight
to write tough labor reform' legis legislation.this
lation.this legislation.this Year, voiced his warn warning.
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44 YR. OLD JUDGE Inside
Senate Judciary Committee yes yesterday
terday yesterday approved the nomination
of 44-yr.-old Potter Stewart of Cin Cincinnati,
cinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio, to be an associate
justice of the Supreine Court.
There was at lei, some opposi opposition.
tion. opposition.
Committee Chairman James O.
Eastland (D-Miss.) said majori majority
ty majority of the group voted in favor of
Stewart at a closed-door session.
But he said the nemination would
not be sent to the Senate until six
absent committee members have
had a chance to vote.

Eastland said, he would an announce
nounce announce a breakdown of th com committee
mittee committee vote as aeon as' every
member cast his ballot. Sen. Olin
D. Johnston..(1)-S.C.) said he vot voted
ed voted against Stewart. Sen. Philip A.
Hart (D-Mich.) said he supported
t'he nomination.
Eastland, Johnston and Hart
were among nine committee
members who were present for at
least part of the meeting. The
others were Johrt L. McClellan
(D-Ark.), Alexander Wiley (1t,
Wis.), Thomas C, Hennings Jr.
(1)-Mo.), Estes Kefauver (0-
Tenn.); Thomas J. Dodd ( D DConn.)
Conn.) DConn.) and Joseph C. O'Ma O'Mahoney
honey O'Mahoney (D-Wyo.).
Stewart was nominated by,
President Eisenhower last Oct.
ber, to succeed Justice Harold H.
Burton, who retired. St,ewart has
been serving on the high court
since under a recess aippointment
At the time of his appointment,
Stewart was serving 'on the Sixth
U.S. Circuit Court' of Appeals. Be Before
fore Before that, he was an outstanding
young Republican lawyer in Ctn.
cinnati.
The president sInt Stewart's
high court nomination to the Sen Senate
ate Senate in January. But the commit committee
tee committee delayed hearings until recent recently.
ly. recently. During the sessions, Stewart
was questioned' closely about his
views of the Supreme Court's 1954
school integration decision and
other recent controversial rulings.

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Sam J.Ervin (1)-N.C.), one of the
sponsor' of the bill'to lop the con-1
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and leave the bill as a measure
aimed only at labor and nun nun'gement
'gement nun'gement corruption.'
Thi chief sponsor,' Sen. John F.
Kennedy (D-Mass.) opposes the
idea:
- The Senate by stwoposed to start
voting today On the Ervin mo motion
tion motion and some' of the more than
100 other -amendments offered
from' the floor.
McClellan told the Senate that
the Kennedy-Ervin bill would pro provide
vide provide for a prison penalty of only
one year for picketing aimed at
extorting money from business businessmen.
men. businessmen. He said that the present Hobbs
Act, already provides a 20-year
term "and the Justice Depart Departmint
mint Departmint is veitly concerned about
what we are doing with the
Hobbs 'Att."
Ervin told the Senate that in inelusion
elusion inelusion of the union-supported
Taft-Hartley revisions would im imperil
peril imperil chances for final approval of
the measure.
Kennedy insisted that the Taft-.
Hartley chssges enhanced possi possibilities
bilities possibilities for final passage.
McClellan announced that if the
Taft-Hartley section stays in he
will make a separate" effort to
chop out a shakedown Picketing
provision. He, also nromised to
call up four amendments of his
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TRAINING' CERTIFICATES -L- A group of rive men, muitary,ntembers' and 'civilian emp oyes of Army e ,as f 1 einnati, Ohio, to be an associate Knnedy insisted that the Taft-,
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presented' certificates of ,training upon completition of 'the ,adv anced Rodent Control class sponsored by the Surgeons 0 f ge, There was at leat, soMe Prom- bilities for final passage. ,
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Taft-Hartley section stays in he 4.--
both of MEtlatia,Control section; Maj. Robert M. Altman. chi et of malaria control and survey branch; Col. Homer E. Leech, committee Chairman James O. will make a separate effort to :
USARCARIB Surgeon; F. C.:Maximillar Sena, a civilian supervisor with residence in Paralao; F. C. Henderson,of ParlaM City; Eastland (D-Miss.) said ,a majori-
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. ;" 1,' HOSTED BY CAINAL ZONE GOV. MD SIRS. rorrzx limb Tomorrows
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Panama Canal the book "The Numbers et Our
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.. heavy in Miami Undercowerkat,,
'' I a- - '' I iiift- tensivn names in show business which is .being filmed there
''' if Company -and diplomatic circles attendo41 a reception yes. Day" by Francis Irby Gwalthey itf. ,. t AS70111 ' t 120;22 Three of the biggest and mai
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BREAKERS' CLUB RECEPTION FOR PRINCE PHILIP
HOSTED BY CANAL ZONE GOV. MD MRS. roma
High-ranking officials of the military, Panama Canal
Company, and diplomatic circles attended a reception yes.
terday afternoon honoring Prince Philip. Duke et Edinburgh,
before he sailed aboard the royal yacht Britannia for the
Bahamas.
Canal Zone Gov. and Mrs. William E. Potter hosted- the
event at the Breakers Club in Coeo Solo.

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Kehl Officers Wives
Hester Centre! America
A challenge to the imagination
was offered members end guests
of the Fort Kobbe Officers' Wives'
Club at thin April meeting at the
Fort Kobbe Officers' Club. The
hostesses Mrs. Alvin E. Wtber,
chairman, Mrs. Harold R. Chap Chappell
pell Chappell and Mrs. James R. Hagen
chose Central and South America
for the theme for the day.
First to capture the imagination
was the display of intricately tool tooled
ed tooled leather bags from Mexico, carv
ea mohagany bowls from Hondu Honduras.
ras. Honduras. hand woven cloth and clay
fruit from Guatetitala,native Jo Jowelry
welry Jowelry from the San Blas Islands,
Vicuna rugs, elaborate glassware,
jewelry and pottery from Peru, and
earn wood combs, bowls and
Nitres from Brazil. Conversation
pieces were the unusual mid-wife
chair and fertility belt from pua puatemala,
temala, puatemala, and a colorfully painted
sit-cart wheel table top from Cos Costli
tli Costli ltice
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the-- ingredients for the salad
urved to the guests on tables de decetrsted
cetrsted decetrsted with hand made cloth and
ittioden dolls from each country
rwresented Mr. Ascartsga and
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tells MeClaren goint to Florida Mr. and Mrs. Francis A. Rel RelP.,
P., RelP., of the Fort Kobbe Officers' Wives' I deb Pm
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Club at thier Atli' meeting at the r, r husband, maj. mann of Curundu were hosts at 4 N.T.1 Pau Pass
eN1 IL n Met-seen will attend Pine is a luncheon at the Tivoli Guest : I Nx. Pm Pass Pass
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State University. Marge Jackson
' W. McLaren witi a
House honoring Ralph Ernest and
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CItile and Lime, Peru.
' Four departing members were
'given the wood-ross corsages. Ne
tails Mc Clara isgoing to Florida
'where her husband, Maj. MIRA)
W. McLaren will attend Ir lor
State University. Marge Jackson
plans to reside in Presidio, Ca !IL
Jean Jo TM will accompany her
husband, Capt. Charles E.
for duty at Walter Reed Hos .11
in Washington, DX.. and Jean
Clark departs for Fort Menem'.
SO, Ga.
The three ladies to win the door.,
prizes were Toni Dorsey,. Jean
Jaones and Wynne Newton. who
received tree ()molar subscrip
tions to the Magasine "U.S. La Lady?
dy? Lady? Mrs. James Dickson introduced
as new members Margaret Brooks
Ann Kelly, Rose Leach, Audrey
McKenna, Kay Panne! Ruth Ruby,
Betty Van Wyek, Jo Ann Chedest
er, Inez Davis, Joan Cockel, Ester
Roberts, Gail Buchanan, Irene
Cappe Ile, Andria Franks, Noni
Jaschen and Estelle Saski
Guests were Pal Rilrko. Nato
Thompson, Emily Ellis, Jo Rob Roberson,
erson, Roberson, Wynn Newton, Helen Saari Saarinen,
nen, Saarinen, Kathy Dodd, Plena Klahn,
Mary Sue Miller and Katy Tom
Woman's Club party
Tamed Successful
The charity bridge and bingo
Party sponsored last wesk by the
Balboa Woman's Club was termed
a successful and well-attended e event
vent event bv members of. the club to today.
day. today. The event was held at the
Fort Amador Officers Club.
Door prizes were donated bt,
Mrs. Ralph Otter'. Mrk W. C
jkarson, Mrs. H L. Wentworth,
Mrs. Fisher Oltenburg. Mrs. O. K
Worley and Mrs. J. G. Pate,. all
members of the Arts and Crafts
Group of the Club. An additional
prize, an oll paintine. was donat donattd
td donattd by Mrs, Wentworth.

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It's true... LIS'rERINE is the best way to protect
yourself add your family against aorwtivosta and
colds... It is also the fastest, most efficient way
to stop bad breath. But that's not all.
LISTERINE has 1001 ules... for cuts and. scrapes,
for desinfecting thermometers and baby's bottles...
for local infections like athlete's foot..
Whenever there is danger of infection and where
hygiene is a must. lISTEBINE is fast kills
germs by the millioni, instantly No wender
LISTERINE is the most efficient hoMe antiseptic.

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Mrs. Dentist" to Review
Soo Tomerrows
Mrs. George Daniels win review
tbo book "The Numbers of Our
Day" by Francis Irby Gwaithey
st the Thursday morning meeting
of the Book Review Section of the
Canal Zone College aub.
Mrs. Robert Herr will be hostess
to the group lit hes home, issC
Balboa Road. Members and guests
are invited hz attend.
OMMOMEIMIO
Luncheon Honwe
London Visitors
Mr. and Mrs. Francis A. Rel.
mann of Curundu were hosts at
a luncheon at the Tivoli Guest
House honoring Ralph Ernest end
Miss Elizabeth Ernest. who were
enroute from London to Costa
Other guests included Dr. Wal
ter F. Mc Caleb and Mrs. Carlos
M. Campos Jimenez.
M,,00Mia
Navel Officers Wives
April Lunch Tomorrow
The April luncheon mentint
sh- Naval Officers Wives Club
will he held Wednesday at 1230
at the Fort Amador Officers Club.
This will be a closed meetly),
for members only. as, new off'
ers will be elected.
NIONIMO
AltatItesory Satiety
Th- April meeting of the Ancon
Altar-Rosary Society will be held
this wooing at 7:30 in the Sacred
Heart Chanel Parish Rail. Hos Hosfusee
fusee Hosfusee for the evoolot will be Mrs.
treno Nieman. Mro. Mary Duno
ano Mrs. Carmen Filmonson.
Mrs. Florence MsIN'will show
.tides of Its lv and Switzerland.
Members are urged to bring
questa to tho meeting. All interest interested
ed interested women In th ecommunity are
invited to attend.
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Rain bow Girls
Stiew
iftmbers of Balboa Assembly
Ono. Order of Rainbow for Girls.
.will oreanot a fashion show Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evening at 7 in the ballroom
of tie Tivoli Guest House.
The swine Mahlon will be pro.
vidpd by Sarah Fashions, and
hair styles by Brenda. Door priz prizes
es prizes will be awarded, and refresh.
ments served.
Tickets for the event will be
svallable at the door or from
Rianbow Girls.
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to a roadaltke diner? Thev Wolf
quantities of French fries 'moth.
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take a hint. When they entertain
at home (the best place for them
to entertain, most parents wou.d
agree), give them stacks of
French fries widi catsup or chili
sauce.
By using frozen French fires,
the young host or hostess can
turn into a shortorder cook tor
the crowd. To heat, place the
French fries on preheated crum
pled aluminum foil. This permits
enough heat to circulate around
the French ries to produce an
even brown and crisp Zrust. Use
oven temperature as suggested on
the package.
Here are a chaise of dunking
sauces for French fries lot those
teemagers who want something
more original than the familiar
catsup and chili sauce:.
Hot thilitheen Dip
Vield: 2 sups)
One 1-pound can chili without
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Cheese-Ham Party Dip
(Yield: 2 cups)
One pint (2 cups) creamed
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Rince can deviled ham, 2 table,
spun salad dressing or mayon,
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One 3-ounce package aunt
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Meetings
Medical Association
The Medical Association of the
Isthmian Canal Zone will meet
this evening in Ward 17 at Got Gotgas
gas Gotgas Hospital at 7 On.
'Ile scientific program on "Chest
Surgery in Europe' will be pre presented
sented presented by Dr. E. P. Shirokov, chief
of surgical service at Gorges,
A buffet will be servo before
the program.
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is tor North anit South to bid
to 'six notrump with -South al
declarer. It should. be simPle
enough.' hitt in practice the 'actual
expert pair thet' held the ; cards
reeched six spades with North
at deelsrer and a', heart ',lead
promptly set the hand.
The eorreet bidding Is shown
in the box. North is too weak tor
an opening two bid and opens
one clubnot one spade. He
wants to encourage some bid by
someone and while A club bid is
practically never passed all a
round, a epade bid may be.'
, , ,
South's; diamond response and
North's lump to two toads. are
almost automatic end South's
iUMP to three no-trump should
be also. One South chose ,, lo
ralee.his Darner ,to three ipades,
After South's jump to three
no-trumn Noel; might simply
leap right to the slam; heomight
r'recticallv. demand it, by bidding
five notrump or :he might use
the Bleckwood '' four to-trump -to
chock for aces. I rather favor the
luso of four notrump provided
the portnershin le on ghat le mare
that this parlcular four no-trump
twin he 1.00.4 et; iti;ekwood and not
la raise in no,trump. '
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PITTSBURGII alynThe steel
Industry and, the United Stetl Stetlworkers
workers Stetlworkers decided yesterdsy, to o open
pen open negotiations May S, thirteen
dayvahead of schedule, in an ap apparent
parent apparent effort to avoid a strike
which would Idle 530,000 workers
anCcut off the nation's vital su suply
ply suply of basic steelA
USW President David J., Mc McDonald
Donald McDonald and It. Conrad 'Cooper,
IVA Steel,executive who heads a
negotiating team representing 12
major companies, jointly an
nounced the switch in timetable
for the far-reaching talks.
Lsat March 31, the union and
the companies bad agreed to open
talks May.111. After preliminery
discussion, the' negotiations were
to have -recessed until june,1-30
days before expiration of the pres present
ent present three-year agreements with
th union. A strike could sttrt
juirn April 10, os companies pro proled
led proled that the union 'agree to
maintain wage levels for anothir
year and by-pass the negotiations.
3IcDonald countered with a propo proposal
sal proposal that the,industry freeze prices
It rear and negOthall
boost based on increased worker'
productivity.
,
At that time, McDonald suggest suggest'ed
'ed suggest'ed moving the opening of negotia negotiations
tions negotiations up to May 4. The corn cornpante
pante cornpante rejected the price 'freeze
as violating anti-trust laws, but
agreed to confer with McDonald
regarding the date for start of the
wage talks. ,
Monday's joint ; aonouniement
said that negotiation details, other
than the opehing date, remained
unchanged. The conferences will
be held in New York.
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WASHINGTON (IIPI)Mea (
Alcorn', of ',Connectieut, former
chairman of the ReNb Ikon Ns'
tional Committee, was r admittee
to practice before the Suprem(
Cotut yesterday, U.S. Solicitor
General J... Leo Rankin ,was
corn's sponsor.' 1,,
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- THI CILIBRITIRS
Three of the biggest and most
Istentiyi, names in show business
will never be asked to play the
Fontainebleau in Miami again,
they proved the, season's giant
bombs. 'rhe trio consists ,of a
genuinely classy comedian, a Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood song-iind-danter, and a
celebrated Zuropean charmer;
Those items linking Ricky Nelson
and Sandra Dee in a romance are
a abide previous. So far. they've
met only once.al'a TV show they
did together,' !Mends are von voncerned
cerned voncerned about She future of Anna
Kuhfi,, Marion Jiando's eg-wife,
They fear she's boom too much
of s' recluse for her own good
since Marion cut out.
'rho hilhittotited Ethel Mar Marman
man Marman musical, ,"Gypty,' is proof
that 'Broadway shows ought to
go further than Philadelphis to
try out, All the advance "word"
was marvelous until the local
hipsters journeyed to the City Pr
BrOtherly Love to catch the op. 0
int. Now the verdict IS "very dig digappointing"with
appointing"with digappointing"with no allowance
for the fact that ploys make the
trek to the hinterland' betimes
they want to catch the flaws be before
fore before the finished product is Shown
to the New York critics.
Cynthia Brooke,' lady with a
sultry add colorful .background.
may be Mrs. Morris Levy -(he's
the jazz impreskrio conneeted
Birdland. the Roundtable, and sue
tessful discerv ventures) in a few
days. The bride-to-be formerly
was married to Rudi Mauve
of the Crew Cuts,, about the Um
he' was supposed to be betrothed
to his fan club, president'but soon
afterward the marriage .collapsed
beaus. she company of a min minor
or minor Hollywood actor. jack, Astor
walked out of a cocktail party
given by the lay Dodges In Mia MiaBeach
Beach MiaBeach when his girl, Karen
Bay, flirted lightly with an attract
ive chap.
Tip to feeture editors: Guy Lom Lombardo
bardo Lombardo and hie brother Carmen
have emploved twins, Arthur and
Oscar Meritt, as their butlers for
19 years. The look-alikes were
featured hi many a practical joke
Music publishers are biting
their AGAC (The American
Guild rs" Authors and Composers)
soon will be examiLing their books
to check rovsltieg due Tin Pan Al Alyears
years Alyears Jteetnik Jack Kerouac
seemed to flip over singer Stella
Brooks at a Gotham party Pie
other night.
Travelers returning from Italy
say Lucky Luciano is frightfully
restless these days, darting in and
out of waterfront cafes in Moles
with an attitude of irritation'tow irritation'toward
ard irritation'toward everyoneettietielly the Am American
erican American tourists who ask for his
autograph. .Cloris Leachman,
who took over the Kim Stanley
role in "A Touch of the Poet,'
has banned' tnembers of the out
from smoking in her presence.
Sarah Churchill's chums are
alarmed over her denressed
fram0 of mind. They're working
in shifts to keen etch over her.
Devid Wayne has been offered the
qtrrtot role in the French lay,
"The Egs". .A tense battle Is
forthcoming between the Uni01111
concerned with agents and those
sarvicing performers. no gent"
are trying to dump ths old 10 tier
rent fee and hike their commis commission
sion commission posabilities to 50 Der cent r"
nigher. The emitting egencies P,t
nkersonelmneeeerg renn-tio,
le have nuthed thronoh a bill in
Albany that could "Mow them to
rhervi any rontmissin they
"'anted. AtiAre previa, shitee
Mrs. Lenore Young. died In Los
Aneeles, but bee Willis was con consoled
soled consoled that she did live Ions enotoot
to see lirr timtberof whom
was go proudwin his Academy
Award.

Ifred Zinneman, director of
Nun's Story," explain" whY
it took him two years to film thi
nicture. He's a perfectionist, end
"ince he's not, a Catholic himself,
he spent eight mnnths gettin?'
indoctrinated. Mere's quite a
tug.otwar going on between fl,19
ncording biegies over which SOng
from "Five Pennies' will be 'rues.
day Weld's record debut. She wee
,etito wax the hied& touted atail atailItYrolds
ItYrolds atailItYrolds got it firit,,bel some
4opfos 'stuck with the job of pre pre'endinf
'endinf pre'endinf h didn't do Won, pur
noae, ho-ho-hk
Fame is an odd thing: RockY
Martha, r etifed undefeated
P'lls'Yweight chimp. went un.
ietieed at Eden Roc in Miami
'leach while Tug Rocky Gra

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steno was mobbed tor autographs
while he checked in to play
heavy in "Miami Aindercover"
which is ,being filmed there
Thi 11114o"- imponderable in
Anna Maria Albergbetti-Bud
Bregman breakup is the luxurious
home they were supposed to be
buying together. He sat he's been
, her to. ask what to do
about it,, but she-refuses to. talk
to hint, :'

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15y BOB BLAIR
Hi againl Once2 again it is
time to take lot at Cristobal
ifigh Sell001.-) There are- about
five weeka left in the 4958.5k
school year. This, past tweet
hasn't furnished -,Inu1 news,
but ws will take ft look Into the
future. The firot interscholastie
basketball game will be-Played
at Margarita ilyM today and
the Tigers thould make A good
showing in their first game with
Balboa High, -Up to date, the
Tigers haVe ,won all their prac practice
tice practice games against Army and
Navy teams. The Tigers will
also play Junior College on
Thursday.
The Thespian Play, A Room Roomful
ful Roomful of Roses," will be presented
on Saturday, May 2, In the CHB
Auditorium. The play Promises
to be a big success.
The high school yearbook,,the
"Caribbean," will be coming
from the- States soon. This
year's yearbook pronlise. to be
a very good one. ,
Plans for the, Junior.Senlor
prom are Ain touting along fine
and the prom is to be held on
May IL A week after the prom,
the CRS ROTC will present the
awards ball, ",Cadet irCapade,"
which is to be, held on Friday,
May 15, at the Coco Solo-Breakers
Club. Outstanding Cadets
for the year will receive awards,
and the dance thould be very
nice.
The high school swim team
will ha,ve its first swim meet on
Wednesday? May 6, at 2:15 iu
the afternoon at the Coco Solo
Pool.
Leer take a look at some
news of last week. The Spring
Music Festival was held on Fri,.
tlaY, in the auditorium. Me or orchestra,
chestra, orchestra, band, and glee club.
under the direction t of O.
Jorstad, presented a very fine
program.
On Tuesday, the "21" Club of
Cristobal High, sponsored by
James Stearns, presented their
annual, assembly. The program
included the prosentatiom of
essay awaids, by Roger R.
Daugherty of the Rotary Club.
first. pr;re, a wrist watch, was
won bY Blii win, Or his essay
on Honduras; second prize, also
a, watch, was titan by Jim Mc McGloin.
Gloin. McGloin. who gme an esay on
the Dominican Republic; and
tn. third prize, a pen and pen pencil
cil pencil ret, watt won tyl Tom Dugan,
who wrote on ,Cuoa.
The program was highlight highlighted
ed highlighted by a group of Latin Ameri American
can American soldiers from the (MAR (MARCARIB
CARIB (MARCARIB school In Fort Gulick,
who formed a combo And sang,
and ,played Rome Latin Amer American'
ican' American' Songs. ,e4
Instruments played were the
guitar, bass fiddle, and tambo
rites. The program was very
good, and was enjoyed by all.
The biology, general sclince,
and physics clasaes of the high
school, under the supervision of
Profs. Pfau, Gately, Palumbo
and Maedl, presented a science
exhibit on Friday, in the school
library. I r
Mat's' lt, tor Ulla week! t Be
sure to 100k In again next week,
for more news! This is yours
truly saying byel
LOCATION SOUGHT
WASHINGTON 111p1)--R e p,
Overton Brooks (D-Le.) said Mon,.
day more 'Ulan 135, locations are
being considered as' possible site'
for a plant to convert' Salt water
to fresh water. Brooks, chairman
of the Haase' Science Committee,
said he would hold hearings to
study research under the saline
water conversion program.

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PRIZE DELIVEItt Leo J.' Krziza, receives the keys to the new Chevrolet hos won In
the Joint Elks charity rattle...Jack Kerrr lamoot ,and Hunnicutt representative, handl; over the
ksys,,observed by. Cfon Parr, right, Who sold Mb winning ticket.
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OUTSTANDING EltIPWTE,plilbur B. Lowe, biological aid in tile malaria control section, U.S.
Army Caribbean, receives anrOutstanding Employe Certificate from Col. H. E. Leech, DSAR DSARCARIB
CARIB DSARCARIB Surgeon-Lowe, has teen cited st an outstanding employe for the year ending January
31: A resident of Col6n, Ile has been working at malaria control for the ps-st ten years. At left
MajRobert 311. &Marl, chief of malaria control end survey branch. (Army Photo)

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Plans'Reitival

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Revicil arevices wW begin,'' et
the CSIVIT Baptist Church located
at Ca Ite-3'N", in San Miguel Sunday
at T:30 p.m.
The revival' speaker will be Rev.
R. G.; Roven. superintendent of
Southern Rootlet work itt Priam"
and on the Canal Zone. -,-
There be different 'features
each night which,- will include
"singsoiration." insoiring messeg messegtP,
tP, messegtP, oneolninute testimonies., the
nrosoect tea by the beds of gqe
nartments. eelectione from the
brotherhood chorue. thi oungtetto.
end. antheme by tho young adult
choir end tenior rhoirs.
Fart& Night will be'on Wednes Wednesfloy.
floy. Wednesfloy. AnAl 20: the ProsPoPt tee will
ho on Thursdev. Anril 30, son the
ehurch iswn.,rriday. MOLY 1. Width
le the final night ,of the revive,
wilt he tioeck-anew" night;
-, Rev. Louis A. Sealev. paetor,
led the servimi each night. e
'the Jneniretion singing will be
directed by Deacon O. G., Denniston.-
.
Every one is Invited ta attend
these services at, the Calvary, Bap
tist Church.

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Tomorrow At Diablo
To Plan Pet Show

A general meeting of the mem memberg
berg memberg of the Canal Zone Society lor
the Prevention of Cruelty to Ani Animals,
mals, Animals, has been callel for tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow evening at theDiable Heights
Servlep Center.
, Ali members of the society ere
urged te sttond this MINIM e
poosible. Aonlications to the cr'lt
sod horse show will be diewssod.
Admission tlekets have been !wide
od snA distrioted so well as the
ontry forniq. Many entries for both
the net show end the horse show
have beenreceived.
Those who wtsh to narticipato
ill the show Pre reouested to
their enelieetiono in as PIM at,
nossible, Anli;eationst to the pot
show 1, FPO,' tO Mr14.
T ee at Box 1005 Balboa. and tr
the shorso show csll r. S. huoire huoirehelm
helm huoirehelm at Panama 2.2451.

Prinoina' club

Hog New Offkers
WiMam C. Schmitt way named
presideM of the American Scolety
of Panama at tho recent generai
meeting held at the Panama Golf
Club.

Other' officers to' serve 'durtng
the coming year are Mayron W.
Fisher, vice presidentr W.. Feta
Humphrey, treasurer; Hat W.
Sander, secretary.,

Soy Scouts Prosintod
Awards For Church Work
- Four 'Canal Zone Boy Scouts
were presented God- and Country
awards during morning service,'
at the' Balboa 1431011 church, Sun.

'

The candidatei for the awardo,
who had ,,yorked 'with the- Rev.
Oscar, W.' Olsen during the' past
year .and met the standards of
their church and the Canal Zone
Boy ,Scout,Council, were: yid yidliam
liam yidliam G, Arey III of Troop 1, Robert-W.
Widen -of Troop-7, and
George and Robert Rambo of Ex Explorer
plorer Explorer Post 3.,
The sponsors of the boys and
their troops are, respeclively, St.
Luke's Cathedral of Ancon, the
Balboa Lions Club, end American
Legion Post No. 1 of Ba

The candidates tor the award,
who were accompanie4 by their
parents, were presented to the con conStewart,
Stewart, conStewart, Senior Patrol Leader
Llewellyn Zent II, acting for Scout
master E. tug, and Explorer Ad Advisor
visor Advisor W. H. Townsend.
In addition, each boY received
a Bible, Making the Bible presen presentations
tations presentations were Institutional Repre Representative
sentative Representative E. J. Lucas for Scouts
of Troop 7;4 Board Member L.
Zent, acting for Institutional Ren Renresentative
resentative Renresentative J. Wertz o' the Bal.
boa Lions Chib: Pnd Insittption Insittptional
al Insittptional Reprsentative E. G. Coyle of
the Legion,
Rev. Olsen, making bis laqt
appearance before his Balboa U Union'
nion' Union' church congregation before
leaving for a new assignment in
the United States, complimented
the winners of the awards.

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EDrrows NOTE This is one
of a series of articles prepared by
Officers of the Fire. Division in
connection with Fire. Salety Week
on some of the ..common tire ha hazards
zards hazards foimd in the Canal Zone.
This one is based on this case his history:
tory: history: At Gamboa in 1943 a wo woman
man woman died as' a result ot, suffon suffontion
tion suffontion in an apartment tire. 'Inc
cause of the nres was found to bt
smoking in -be&
2 Stop ink has been spilled on
'the item of smoking, as a cause a
fire- than on any .other, Uut the
total result 'has' been negligiole
Preitchment and. practice- do not
always,.go together on thiS ques question,
tion, question, as evidenced by one fire pre prevention
vention prevention official, who knocked his
pipe dottie the waste baaket
'going t lunch and left a
vowing ure to be put out by his
secretary.
"blatcnesSmoldng" is the larg largest
est largest single firecause, and because
of the universality of smoking
presents a diffizult probletn At Attempts
tempts Attempts to eliminate the hazard
by prohibiting smoking. are sel seldom
dom seldom successful except where lig ligid
id ligid superviSion can be maintain maintained.

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Fires caused-by careless smod smodars
ars smodars and the careless use of match matches
es matches by smokers are4 grouped tok
gether because' of the frequent
difficulty of determining whether
it is the cagarettee pipe, .cigar or
the match used that is responsi responsible
ble responsible for the loss.
It is generelly agreed that the
areless use of matches is the
greatest of these hazards,, and
that amoncsmoking materials. the
cigarette' is the' rifost hazardous
due tO thegreater number Veit
garattes smoked.
Hot coals frOm pipes may nye
greater' potentialities for the ig ignition
nition ignition Of conibustible materials,
but beCalist of the smaller num numbers
bers numbers of pipe smokers they are con considered
sidered considered a less serious hazard. Ct Ctgars
gars Ctgars preent the least danger.
Matches should be kept out ot
the hands 'of little children and
irresponsible personi.
The carelessly disc,areded ciga cigarette
rette cigarette is a small heat source and
starts fires only where' conditions

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are favorable, Bach as grass, brush
and forest fires during a hot dry
speit or season.
Many homes in dila the
owners have hivested all of their
life savings and also numerous
acres of valuable timber land have
been lost to this cause.
Smoking' in bed had been the
cause of many thousands of pee.
Ple losing their lives due to being
asphyxiated trapped in bued bueding
ing bueding and being hilled by falling
timbers.

No one should smoke in bed, es especially
pecially especially the person who is very
tired, or the one who has heft
drinking.
One of the greatept dangers
from smoking is in connection
with, industrial work, warehousing,
shipping and other wbrIt where,
because of the character of the
material used, smoking is prohi prohibited.
bited. prohibited. Employes who are regular
smokers will always be sneaaing
a smoke and when someone ap approaches
proaches approaches the cigarette is careless carelessly
ly carelessly ditcarded, and. in Inany cases
results in major fire,

Rev, Alphonse
Speaking Tomorrow
At Rainbow City

The Rainbow City Civic Coun Counell
ell Counell will hold a community meet meeting
ing meeting tomorrow .at the study hall
of the Rainbov. City High Sehoci,
commencing at !30' pan;
Appearing on the program as
guest speaker,will be' ,,the Rev.
Rhpraim Alphonse, superinten superintendent
dent superintendent of Methodist Churches on
the Isthmus, Ivho Will speak on a
subject relative to man.
Musical compositions will be
also furnished by We; Myrtle
Cerdoz a, Cedrie Gittns
James Brooks and Cedrit Gittens
Sr.
As an 'added attraction, several
door prizes wilt bellonated and
given away to kteltr winners. The
public has been' invited 'to attend
this meeting.,

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WASHINGTON (UPI) --,- ,The
Daughters of the American &mot..
ution, complete with sashe. or.
chids and new spring bats, gath gathered
ered gathered today for the opening of
their 68th Continental Contress.
Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor,. Aral
chief of staff, will be.the leatursik
speaker at tonight's OPening ses-
sion following the traditional en entrance
trance entrance march of DAR members
and pages into flag-decked Con Constitution
stitution Constitution Hat :
Mrs. Frederick A. Groves, re- ,:
tiring president general el
187,000-member organization, will
deliver the keynote address. s,
Heading the two slates of-tans
didstes were Mrs. Ashmead White
program chairman of the congress
and a businesswoman from RI.
gor, Maine, and Mrs. Ralph New,,
land, a businesswoman from St.
Joseph, Mich., tad present curs.
tor general of the DAR.
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The DAR membrs also
hear a speech by Sen. Herman
Talmadge (D-Ga.), tour the Whiie
House, hold a bail for the pages
and consider about 30 resolutions,
'
Missing from the list of proPoP,-
als is one DAR perenniala reso-;
lution to bar the United Nations
from U.S. soil. Members said last-
year's resolution met with cona
siderable criticism both withint
and without the society.' ,

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, the CSIVITY Baptist Church located - connection with Fire Salety Weex idsny homes, to which the Daughters of the AmericanRevol.
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Southern ,Bantist work in, Faname - ,- their 68th Continental Congress. .
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Joe Louisln 1238. -Thetiormer: champion, reMinded Floyd Patterson's challenger' th4 there wu
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Victory Over San ftancisco
Moves LA Into Second Place!

By FRED DOWN
, NEW YORK, April 21 (UPI) Those long-suffering
Los Angeles fans are finally convinced
that it's true what the experts said about Don
Drysdale.

r,,r After a so-so 1958 season, the M Mx:Y.,
x:Y., Mx:Y., year-old side armer pitched the
'r,, best game of his career last night
1:and beat the San Francisco Giants,
,.... 2-1, on Charlie Neal's ninth-inning
, homer. The victory moved the
ii Dodgers past the Giants into sec sect!
t! sect! ond place in the National League.
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Drysdale, who beat Sam Jones
.;? in a brilliant MOund duel, yielded
N, only three hits and struck out 11 to
.'t score his secend victory of the sea sea,
, sea, son. He has struck out 25 batters
in 24 innings to lead the league it;
P'17' that department and seems well
10 on his way toward the brilliant
season predicted for him a year
ago.
, Then, Drysdale started the sea sea.,.,.
.,.,. sea.,.,. son as the overwhelming choice
of the experts to be the leaguo's
!'f
:! pitcher of the year. But he drop drop'',
'', drop'', ped his first five decisions. didn't
:., win his second game of the sea'.
';' son until May 21; and wound Up
:; with a thoroughly disappointing
17-13 record for the year.
1, The 6-foot. 6-inch. 210-pound
right-hander flashed brilliant form
'! during spring trainim but suffer suffered
ed suffered a 6-1 loss to the Chicago Cubs
. in.his first start. He bounced back
1 four days later. however, with an
i,., eight-hit shutout against the St.
Lnuis Cardinals so now has yield yieldt,ed
t,ed yieldt,ed only one run in the last 18 in in.:
.: in.: nings.
,A crowd of 9'2,946 gave Drysdale
4 an ovation when he retired the
side in the ninth innino and after
' the game the young pitcher said,
:, "1 think that's the greatest vamp

Trodus Will Get Chance
To Redeem Sdif In Derby

NEW YORK (UPI) Troilus, aft
er r,acing brilliantly at Ilial,!ab,
was a bitter. disappointment at
Gulfstream Park' during his in inter
ter inter campaign.
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Nevertheless, owner Bayard
Sharp of Middletown, Del., and
trainer Charley Peoples never
have lost confidence in the colt
who will get a chance to redeem
himself in the Kentucky Derby at
Churchill Downs on May 2.
The son of Priam 2nd skyrock.-eted
to fame when he warmed up
tor the $10,000 Flamingo Sti.kes
by setting a track record at Hia
leah Park in the Bahamas Stakes.
The colt, who is registered as bay
: but looks brown, was timed in
.1:42 2-5 for the mile and one onesixteenth
sixteenth onesixteenth and immediately was
brtalled pre-race favorite for the
Flamingo.

Service Center Thentres
TONIGHT

BALBOA Air Conditioned
6:15 8:05
Stewart Granger
Donna Reed
"THE WHOLE TRUTH"

poco SOLO 1:00
Richard Burton
Theodore Rikel
"I BURY THE LIVING"

DIABLO HTS. 7:00
Jon Hall John Carradine
"HELL SHIP MUTINY"

GAMBOA 7:00
Charlton Heston
Orson Welles
"TOUCH OF EVIL"

GATUN 7:00
Bob Hope "Fernander
Anita Ekberg
"PARIS HOLIDAY"
In Cinema Scope & Color
MARGARrrA 7:00
Jeanette MacDonald
Nelson Eddy
"NAUGHTY MARIETTA"
(Repeat Run)

EARAISO 7:00
Double Program
'HELL'S CROSSROADS" and
"GI WARBRIDES1'

SANTA CRUZ 7:00
Keith Larsen Jim Davis
"APACHE WARRIOR

CAMP BIERD 7:00
Double pmgram
"TREY WERE SO YOUNG"
and "SINNERS HOLIDAY"

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I ever pitched." Willie Mays hom homered
ered homered over the short le field fence
in the first inning but Drysdale did
not allow another bit until the &b.
Drysdale had to be that good to
beat Jones, the fierce-looking fire firebailer
bailer firebailer the Giants acquired from
the Cardinals. The Dodgers scored
in the third inning on a walk,' a
sacrifice and singles by Norm
Larker and Don Zimmer but could
not score again until the ninth de despite
spite despite frequent opportunities. It
was Sam's sceond defeat in three
decisions.
Tho Dodgers' fin start this sea season
son season is exactly the opposite of
their 1958 getaway when they lost
six of their first nino games. And
tho victory over the Giants was
especially pleasing to Los Ange Angeles
les Angeles fans because San Francisco
ran up a 164 edge ovor tho
Dodgers last season.
The game was the only one
played in either league Monday.
New Yoricat BostOn in the Ameri American
can American League was rained out and the
Pittsburgh Philadelphia National
'League night game was called at
the end of the first inning because
Gf rain and wet grounds.
The Cleveland Indians, off to
their best start in six years, play
the Detroit Tigers, New York is at
Washington. Chicagn at Kansas CI CItv
tv CItv and Baltimore at Boston in to today's
day's today's American League games.
San Francisco continues its three threegame,
game, threegame, series at Los Angeels. St.
Louis is at Chicago and Cincinnati
is at Milwaukee in National League
"n mes.

In Hialeah Park's top race for
three year olds Troilus romped
home, by three lengths. He lat.ed
to matzh &old Ruler's track rec record,
ord, record, of 1:48 2-5 for a mile and
one-eighth by only four-fifths of a
second.

Peoples, a former steeplechase
jockey, then pointed Troilus for
the $100,000 FloridaDerby. This
time the young trainer prepped
his Triple Crown candidate in the
Fountain cif Youth Stakes.

In the Floriaa Derby Troilus
stumbled at the start but soon
joined' the leaders. Then he faded
out of contention and finished
last.

Chris Rogers will ride Troilus
le the Kentucky. Derby and he too
is confident the colt will come
back. Rogers keeps his whip busY
t hsrgegohyo uat r e
laoafearc" ebes:
plains Peoples.
Sharp believes Troilus may be
the best horse :he ever, has had
and he has been in razing for a
'long time. lie rates ,him better
than Hannibal,, who chit the early
pace in the -1952 Kentucky Derby
but faded to eighth.
No such fate awaits Troilus,
1Sharp, Peoples and Rogdrs agree.

TROPICAL

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LEADING
HITTERS

(Basadon 20 at bats)
National League
G AB R H
Aaron, Mil. 6 26 7 14
Dark, Chicago 5 21 5 9
Demeter,, L.A. 8 29 6 11
Mdon, L.A. 8 28 5 10
Bankt, Chicago 8 31 7 11
Cimoli, St. Louis 9 34 8 12
Boyer, St. Louis 9 34 6 12
Altman, Chicago 9 20 4 7
Cepeda, S.F. 10 43 9 15
Walls, Chicago 6 .23 6 I

American League

Strickland, Cle.
K aline. Detroit
Howard, N.Y.
Bertoi a, Wish.
Power, Cleve.
Ta shy, Bahl.
Carey. N Y.
Fox, Chicago
Cola vito, Cleve.
Bridges, Detroit

Runs Bativi In
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Celleda, Giants 12
Banks, Cubs 12
Robinson, Reds 10
Demeter. Dodgers R
Mays, Giants 8

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Held, Indians
Skowron, Yankees
Triandos, Orioles
Stephens, Red Sox
Roward, Yankees
Striekland. Indians
Berto la. Senators
11.0111-e Fling
NATIONAL LEAGUE

ts 5
4
gers
3
Ares 2
Is 3

Cepeda, Giants
Ranks, Cubs
DemetPr. Dodgers
Alois. Giants'
Mathews, Praves
Robinson, Reds

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Held, Indians 5
Vogt. Tiders
Bertoia, Seantors 3
(13 tied with 2)

LEADING
PITCHERS

(Based on 2 er more decisions)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct.
Antonelli. Giants 3 0 1.000
Purkey, Red legs 2 0 1.000
Burdette. Braves 2 0 1.000
Klippstein, Dodgers 2 0 1,.000
Drysdale, Dodgers 2 1 .667

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Ferarese, Indians 2 0 1.000
Ramos, Senators 2 0 1.000
(19 tied with 1-0, 1.000)

Louise Suggs Takes
icorino lead Among
Women' Pro Golfers

DALLAS, Tex. (UPI)--Tournament-wise
Louise Suggs moved to
the front as top money-winner as
well as scoring leader today as
the women pro golfers made the
long jump from Texas to South
Carolina for their next lour stop.
Miss Suggs capitalized on her 11
years of pro experience to sink
a pressure-packed eight-foot bird birdie
ie birdie putt on the final green Sunda7
to win the $10,000 Dallas Civitan
Women's Open title by one stroke
over Wiffi Smith of St. Clair,
Mich., with a three-over-par 237.
The victory, earned with a oneover-par
72 on the final round,
wettsber 31,662 and pushed her
year's v)inpings to 36,983. That
was good enough to jump better
than $400 ahead of Betsy Rawls
of Spartanburg, S.C.,, who had led
the pro-ettes.
'Miss Suggs already boasted the
tour's best scoring avcbrage of
73.85 strokes per rotmd and she
bettered that here with a 71.75
average.
Miss Revd, who 'All be the
honoree in the Rawls Peach Bios-,
som Open starting Thursday in
her hometovm of Spartanburg,
S.C. faded to a 77 Sunday and
tinahed fourth with a 295.

Joyce Ziske, of Waterford, Wis.,
losed with a par 71 for a 294 and
third place. Marlene Rugs et
Pittsburgh, Pa., finished fifth at
296.

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8
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30 2
26, 3
32 6
25 7
33 8
28 5
36 2
29 5
29 2

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.420
.379
.357
.355
.353
.353
.350
.345

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14 .467
11 .423
13 .408
10 .400
13 .394
11 .393
14 .389
11 .379
11 .379

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jockey suspended over the week weekend.,
end., weekend., He got eight' meets kr crost crosting
ing crosting Now Then, Don Cir no and Mi
Cautiva with Destello in SaturdaY's
11th race.
Ranchipur was suspended for
four meets because he was scratch scratched
ed scratched after the deadline. He was en entered
tered entered for Saturday's eighth race.
Contralor, winner of Saturday!,
second race, and Silvet Heels, a
trailer in Saturday's seventh race,
got 15 and 21 days, respectively,
after finishing lame.
Amelia was set down two' meets
tor once more refusing at the startb
Emilio Mega, Doi is Flora's
traineK got a $5 fine for not using
the correct colors on the filly in
Sunday's second race,
Trainer Domingo Dernare was
tined $10 for sending Creon late to

NEW YORK (UPI) Manassa
Mauler won the 08,100 Wood Me Memorial
morial Memorial at Jamaica, returning
$129.50 to win.

LAUREL, Md. (UPI) -- Rare
Rice, a Kentucky Derby candi candidate,
date, candidate, won the $29,500 Chesapeake
Stakes at Latirel.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (UPI)
Wayne : Hardin, 32, named head
football eoach at Navy, replacing
Eddie Erdelatz.
SAN BRIJNO; Calif.. (UPI)
Finnegan, a Kentucky Derby can candidate,
didate, candidate, won the' $35,000 California
Derby at Tanforan.
SunclaY
TRENTON, N.J. (url) Dipk
Linder of Pittsburgli,-, Pa. We 3
killed when his Vargo ;
crashed thrmigh a ritilingA and
dived ziown 'mbankment 'dur 'during
ing 'during ithet,United, -Stateat ,,Auto
national' championhiP',raca, the!
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DALLAS; (IJPI:)4Lotilie
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310,090, 'Dallas', ,Civitail'Woinen',1
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hole ettal: or
HOUSTON, Tes.";:(11PIIL.Itillus
Boros of Mid i N.C., snd
Jackie, Burka ,Ir.; ,:of ,ICiante.she
Lake, first'
place 'tie of ;277 afar:42..1101es in
the 438,000.; Houston', Invitational
golf tournamtlit,o,foreint, a:playoff.
. LANGHORNE;: IN'. (UP10-,41red
Lorenzen of Elmhurst::: wed,
the abbreviated 150-mile nationst
championship ,te 'modal stock,
car ,race,at, tpe .LoregherniSpeet.
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Guillermo Milord was the only the receiving s barn for Sunday's
ckey suspended over the week- fifth race.
id., He got eight' meets fdr cros- Oscar Mendoza was also slapped
g Now Then, Don Ciri lo and Mi a $10 fine for not sending Lances Lancesiutiva
iutiva Lancesiutiva with Destello in SaturtinV1 ter to the receiving barn on time
th race. for Sunday's seventh race.
Ranchipur WaS suspended for --o0o
ur meets because he was scratch- Track manager Pablo A. They Theyafter
after Theyafter the deadline. He was eh- er acquired the highly rated Ar Arred
red Arred for Saturday's eighth race. Ygetrtine horse Liberator during
Contralor, winner of Saturday!, last week's thoroughbred auc auccond
cond auccond race, and Silver Heels, a, tions in Lima, Peru. Liberator,
tiller in Saturday's seventh race, a son of Clare, has won seven
it 15 and 21 days, respectivelYi rates at Lima's San Felipe track.
ter finishing lame. --o0o
Amelia WAS set down two' inett Deseo, one 'of the' highly-ratr
once more refusing at the startb ed Argentine thoroughbreds en enEmilio
Emilio enEmilio Mega, Doi la Flora's terbd for 'the May3 $15,000 added
President of the Republic Classic,
is expected tp arrive here Satur Saturftehrenfmot
ftehrenfmot Saturftehrenfmot yusining
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day.

Weekend Sports
Summary
SaturditY

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fout-year-old Argentine colt
'named Aragon, by Claro-Almeria
by Congreve, and a five-year-old
horse, Garanon, p3y Saguaipe out
of So leta, will be shipped along
with Mi Deseo. They have been
consigned ,to Ernesto Paris and
will race' under the colors of the
Stud Maricris. Paris will do the
training.

Betting at the President Remon
racetrack over the weekend total totaled
ed totaled $110,221. The railbirds wagered
350,90 on Saturday and 359,273 on
Sunday,
Jockey Rernaldo Gomez and
Reginald (Jack) Da Costa, one of
the best Panamanian thoroughbred
grooms, returned from Florida
Sunday afternoon.
Gomez, who has not yet won a
race Stateside, is doing very weU
for himself ss a workout boy. His
mounts thus far have been gener generally
ally generally of ,the "also-ran" type:
DaCosta, who has climbed to the
position of foreman at one the
bigger 'thoroughbred ranches in
Florida, and Gomez Plan to return
to the States within E fortnight.
--h-obo
Topnoich 'Argentinii jockey Sal Salvatore
vatore Salvatore Di Tomasso is' expected to
arrive on the Isthmus Saturday a along
long along with Mi Deseo, Buen Mozo 1,t
and, Farallon. Tomasso will
guide Julio Pissant's MIDeseo in
Ithe''President's Classic,
-.Veteran trainor Isaac (Maestro)
,,',,,Giistinas be in charge of
, Boon Misses training hr the
vearl biggest local horse race.
; tiroggaran thiproiighbrod is
, rated ono of' tho g--tt horsoo now
,,,compoting Ar tha.
Another report ,,icates that the
Argentine colt Bob, now racing in
Lima, Peru, will not participate in
the ,May 3 classic. His former
owners have advised his new own owners
ers owners not to-race the three-year-old
evOr limb 'a gruelling distance as
the one-mile-and five-eighths Pres President's
ident's President's Classic.
' Bob, winner of five t his last six
starti in Peru, has never gone fur furthee
thee furthee thin one mile,and three-sixteenths:
,
k.,

Montreal, Toronto
Gel Great Pitch'ing
To-Win IL Games

' NSW' YORK, April 21-41P1)--
',lb. Montreal Royals and Toron Toron'
' Toron' to Magi Loafs aro sot for a
,1"frosh start" In the Intimation-
tal Loagoo today thanks te the
' brilliant pitching of Tom' La Ser.:
da ond fiol Woodoschick.
The Atty.!. outlastod tho Have.
na Sugar Kings, 2-1, M 14 innings
with LaSerda going all the way
lastnight whilo tho Maple Loafs
whippod the Miami Marlins, S-0,
Woodoschicko five-hitter. 4
tofkloams thus climbod back
.te the 300-mark with idontical
4 retords.
.

By LOYD BERTO JOSEPH
Dipal 1 0 1.000
Mauricio 0 1 .000
Today's Gams
Dipal vs Mauricio
A six-run second inning rally,
climaxed by Carlos (Callibunii
Holligan'ii grand siammq, yesk
terday gave Dipal a 6 to 2 win
in the Panama Major Softball
League's final series opener.

'Lew Hilzinger pitched three hit
ball but one was Holligan's blast
which engineered defeat for the
likeable Americano who outpitch outpitched
ed outpitched the highly touted Al Ausmus,
over the last four frames.

After the ill fated second,. Lew
allowed only one batter to get on
base, retiring the last twelve men
he faced;i Ausmus entered the
game as a pinch hitter in the
second and tok over mound duty
in the third. He 'allowed one run
and four hits, singles, fanned
six and passed two in obtaining
credit for the victory.
Holligan started for the whiners
and pitched the first two innings,
allowing one run on a hit and
three bases on balls while fanning
one.
The sportsmen scored in the
first one a base on balls and
"Bufe" Lopez's long triple to deep
right.
In the sezand, Hilzinger missed
the corners on a three and two
cotint to Trot Man.'Manager Jules
lined a single to center,called time
and sent Ausmus to bat for catch catcher
er catcher Rabago. Ausmus forced Jules
at second."Curry" Cordoba and
Urriola drewpasses, forcing in
the tying run.
Chester De Souza, a good hitter,
ran up a two and two count. Hii
zinger delayed too long the
box and ,Chester backed out of
the batter's box. Lew deliverea a
perfect strike and Umpire in Chief
Cumberbateh called DeSouza out
despite strenuous argument by the
batter that be asked for time
twice. Reyes walked to send in
the lead run. Then Holligan de decided
cided decided the game with his round.
tripper over the left field wall.

Mauricio connected two hits off
Ausmus in the fit ,without any
further damage. In) the sixth, a
base on balls to Basinger follow.
ed by successive line singles to
center by "Monchi" Viva and Fe..
lipe Malcolm produzed Mauricio's
second and final tally.-
,
The box score:
Ab R H Po A
Menendez, 2b 3 0 0 3 1 0
Aikman, ss 2 0 1 3 3 0
Franklyn, lf 4 1 0 0 0
Longs, cf 3 0 1 1, 0 0
Bilffnger, p 2 1 0 0 2 0
c 301220
Malcolm, rf y- 3 0 1 3 0
DeObtddia, 3b 1 0 0 0 2 i
xxLindo 1'00000
Castillo, lb 2 0 1. 6 0 0
Total 24 2 5 18 10 1
xx Batted for De Obaldia in the
6th. s

Crrio la, 2b, 2 1 1, 2 1 0
DeSouza, as. 3 0 0 1 3 0
Reyes, lb 2 '1 .0 5 l' 0
Hilligan, p,.rr 3 111 2 0 0
Remon, et 3 0 0 1 1 0
Trotman, If' 1 '1 0 1 0 '0
bles, rt 1 0 1 tr 0 0
Girdleston, e 2 0 0 8 0 0
Rabago, e 2 0 0 1'1 0
Ausmus, p 3 1 0 1 0
Cordoba 3b 210220
Totals' , 22 3 21 9 0

A 4
Mauric10,
Dipal

SUMMARY
'''',.100 001 0-1 1
060 000 x-6, 3, 0

Rome run:, Bo Ilittan. Three
base bit! Lopes. Runs Batted in:
Bolligan ,4, Reyes, Mateo Int, UP
Loper..4 Umpires! Cumber.
batch, Hormechea and Austin.
Time of Game: 1 bout 22 min

League,
Teams,. W L -GB
Milvgaukao 4 1 .! .200
Los Angalos.. -; 6 .2 ,- 467 5....
San Francisco 6 .4 .600 -- Vs
anchmati 4 3 -.571 1
Chicago , 4 4 '300'
Philadolphia 3 3 1500 PA
St. Louis 2 7' 322 4
Pittsburgh' 1 S s.167
,
Today's Garaes
S. 'Francisco at Los &ngeles
Cincinnati at Milw,aukee.
St. Louis at Chicago.
Only games scheduled.
Yesterday's Results
' (Night Goma)
San Francisco 1
Los Angeles .. 2
, (Night Gams)
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh
(Postponed, rain)
Only games schedded,

Dorlinan Leading
a
Miller High life
Golf Tournament

The third round of die Miller
High Life Open was completed at,
Fort Amador Golf Course Jest
Sunday, ,by approximately 170
players remaining out of an ori original
ginal original field of 225. The casualty
rate was rather high ,after the
second round as many players
withdrew as a r result ot high
scores.
Being a full handicap, medal
play tournament, playing'very far'
above ones handicap can prove
disastrous. Alibis on the 19th hole
consisted of, "greens too fast"
"greens too slo,", "the wind chang changed
ed changed direction on -me," "the caddy
sneezed jug tat 1 W88 about to
sink that 40 foot putt," ad laid-,
turn,.
In spite of all the adverse ele elements
ments elements affecting the scores and
the preponderance of hazards
(mostly mental) the younger ge generation,
neration, generation, being ignorant of such
hazards, appeared to be making a
strong bid for the top prizes as
evidenced by th ethird round to totals,
tals, totals, with young COurt Schwartz Schwartzrock
rock Schwartzrock trailing B. Dorfman by, one
stroke for first place.
Dorfman's 54 hole net is 196
with Schwartzrock on his neck
with a 197. Following close behing
is E. Netille with 198, J. Crich Crichton
ton Crichton with 199. Tied for fifth place
so far with a total of 202 we find
W. Grow and H. R. Terry and
with 204 is 'J. C. Travis and teen.
ager W. C. Stielau, Jr.
Making a strong bid for one of
the 26 prizes, are,. Dale Bishop,
205, Bud Hammond, Jim Hinkle,
Jaen Guerdia? C. Walker and Lit.
Smith, all with a 207., T. Jacks,
, A.R.- Minor and L. Yeager ire tied
with a 208 and with 209 is J.
M. Rice and A. A. Pettit;
The final 18 holes of this Mel.
ly successful tournament can ,be
played any day during this week
with all scores to be in by 1 p.m.,
Sunday, April 26. Prizes will be
awarded at 2 p.m., April 26 to the
winner, runner-up and the next
24 low scorers.'
Refresments and buffet will be
served.

Eddie Thompson
Scores Decision
Over Bemiy Pare!

NEIN YOUR, April 21.--WPI).
Eddie (Machine Gun) Thompson,
who surprised by winning a
substitute's role laid plans for'
another step up' the coxing lad ladder
der ladder today while his. victim, Ben Benny
ny Benny (Kid) Paret, claimed that : a
sparring partner raelly was the
cause of his defeat.
Thompson, 'who replaced the
ailing Randy Sandy,. beat Paret on
a split decision in a fairly dull 10-
round non-televised bout at St
Nicholas Arena last night. Each
figher 'weighed 157-1-2 pounds.
Now Thompson, New Yorder who
has Non 17 of .22 professionii
bouts, wants to move up the mid middleweight
dleweight middleweight parade to meet fighters
ranked just' ttnder the top. The
name of Canadien Hie, Graves
was mentioned as a possible ri rival.
val. rival. et' 4 4
But Paret, ''the 2-1 favorife
from Cuba, tvas looking backward
to seme sparring that he did, in
preparation for this fight.
"Benny was army Notary." ett ettplalned
plalned ettplalned Manuel Alfaro,, his ma manager.
nager. manager. "There weren't say mid-,
dliweights .itt the grm where ha
trained so ha had to spar,witiv
e

H.c
Americ,an ague
Teams ';. ', ,Psr Pat; 611
Cleveland ;: .2. 6 1 ASV,
Chicago 5 3 '27.62S 114t
Now York 4' 3 .571 2 :
Beaton , 4 3 .571 2
Italtimere 4 4 .500 21,1t
genies Citi;. 3 5 '.325 31i
,Washington .r. 3 5 .325 NI
Detroit 1 6 .143 6

,
, Today g. Games
-
.New York at Washington (N).
ChleagO at Kansas City (N).
Cleveland at Detriot (N).
Baltimore at Boston.,

l'esterday'sResults
New York at Boston
, (Postponed, rain)
-Only game itheduled.

LATIN AMERICAN
' SCHOOL LEAGUE J
' Albreek Air,. Forte Base
Mercurio stopped the:American
Supply team to the cost k. of E
points.,Martinez, as usual, mei- ';
nues to provide the spark for the
jewelers., Last week he finished
with a 440 series. Beesler was be
'Jeweler with the next highest con contribution
tribution contribution to victory. He rolled a'
420. For the -Suppliers, Taylor and
Michael 'tried 'their best to get
their team out of the hole, but
the, result were negative. They had
a 463 and 424 series respectivejy.
On thet next alleys, Oulfpricie
slowly took La Mascota to the
cleauers. b the end, ther took
lock, stock, and barrel from the
,haberdashers. The Wildcatters
were hot as a team, 'but even
hotter were Miranda witkit459 an&
Hansel with a 434k For 'the Tailors
Hervey rolled 412 'and Trevino
a 385.
Cerveza Balboa, gem the other
hand, managed to secure 3 points
from Volkswagen and by so doing,
took second place from La' Masco.
ta. Hernandez was one Cervece6 ;
who, as far as Volkswagen is eon eonterned,,
terned,, eonterned,, tould have stayed home,
hut he was' there and he tolled
473 series for the main contri- 4
bution to victory. Valdez helped
the Beermen with 383 ping to the
total score. For the Wagen men,
Vona that is, Brukhalter rolled a
461 and Rivera brought up the
rear with a 384. 7 7
The last part of the plot inust
have called for the last two teams
to split up the booty so they, ean
be within. shooting distance of the
first tylace team for that is what
happened. Crawford Agencies and
Marlboro, settled for Epoints eaeh.
Barnhert bowled a 438 and Opio
a 368 for the Zenith Prdio men.
De la Torre, with a 446, and Ga Gacis,
cis, Gacis, with '410, were the best
score for the smokert.
'Team' Standbys
,

- Won Lost
Ainerican Supply 18 10
Cerveza alboa 17 1
La Mascot& 16. 12
Gulfpride 1512 124
Volkswagen ,, 1312 1412
Crawford Agenclei 12 18
Mercurio Jewelers 10 18
Marlboro 4 10 18

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light-heavyweight;' a is arms
took such a pounding that they
were too tierd for this fight."
However ;hat may be, Paret did
no damage 'to Thompson and the
New' Yorker inflicted only small
cuts 'around Paret's eyes. 'there
were, no knockdowns.
Referee Arthur Mertante
judge Bill Becht Path' voted for
Thompson, witb two rounds
even., But judge',Artie Aidala fa favored
vored favored Paret,, 544.
STEAL FOR NOTHING
LONDON IDPI)--Tbieves stole
truck loaded with big, impor-
tant looking cardboard. cartons la
the Hackitty section Monday, then
abandoned it when they learned
all the cartons, were putty,

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, Hoenke, DanIlele and Bob Miltulich.'In last Satutflers game' at Margariti, the scholarship. fund was. Cristobal and Bilb'''o'a both were
weakened by graduation last year Phalt traPk - ,
Linder, Aralling, Branson at Colpitt!, R McTee, C. Anderson, J. Burgoon Th ird rOw: M Osborn, B Brenes, J Lemae, C. i
enriched by a, liNe less than $100. -' '.4- ',., --''! ,J '. ,',-,,,,'.f i,-,, ,.. ,, -,,,, .,
' ' ' and -both are' short on retiirning itibout ..85,1 (riles an hour hi.ini the Guinirie, 3, Colemat, Fourth row: Steve Bissel Icoach) and manager Joe Burgoon ,
,,
' -''' ''''''' -'''-- -- '' -, .,......., ,- -, '. vartity o players. Balboes pair,
. 1141 n 0 A antlaiiva twi". .,

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'PACIFIC Irma L4AGUE gradilates whd will endeavor' te, take measure Ait the Atlantie Little,
, Leaguers this Safurday at the Little; League',Sta dium. TOP' TOW: Lew, Fontaine,, Rua Poore, Mike,
Joe Rout, Dick Ebdon, Gene- Bermannny; Bob Englke, 3ob Ostrea, Jorge Klemm Stand,.
big: George Blitelt, Paui Robinson, Bob Blaney, Ralph Burda,' Glenn .,Eyans,' Don Darden,- Roger
Hoenke, Dan. Hee and Bob Mikulich:In last Saturday's game at Margarita, the scholarship fund was.
enriched by a liNe less than $100. ,

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I 4 ,,' ,, t '',10,, 1,',, ,,
HUMMel, Joe font, Dick Khdon, Gene' Hermannnyr Bob Englke, Bob Ostrea, Jorge Memo. Stand. -"'-- -"- '""" --'-- -- -- -- carccrashed into the rear of Rath- et -,
main at BHS. ',' ,,
big: George Black, Paul Robinson, Bob Blaney, Ralph burdat Glenn .Evans,' Don Darden,- Roger m.,,an a racr and putt on the es. PIDANQUE TRAVEL AGENCY MilsIOR LEAGCE 'TEAM (Left io right) 'Bottom row: F Bald- y,
Hoenke, Dan:Hele and Bob Mitulich.'In last Saturfzisr8 Same at 'Margarita, the scholarship fund was. Cristobal and Balboa both were
win, F, Toman, S. Toman, R Torres, E Eder, A Torres 'Second row: J Day, F Joiner, A. ,..
weakened by graduation last Year in'
nriched by a liNe less than $100. ''' ', '' ' '' ''' ' '' ''. ''' ' -'' '' ' d both are short on returning
e alt trap ,
Linder, trailing Branson at Colpitt!, R McTee, C. Anderson, J. Burgoon Th ird rOw: M Osborn, B Brenes, J Lemae, C. i
about 85 miles an hour int the Guinirie, 3, Coleman. Fourth row: Steve Bissel (coach) and manager Joe Burgoon ,,
, ., ?-77-4 ;. , , , ' ' vartitY players. Salboa's Pair
' turn tried to squeeze between
1
' '' Sohn Morris and Tommy Cunning
. ..,
rft anson and the fence. But hi
, ,
' ham are expected to play the big
,
, ,, '' k
825,000 Vargo Special ran over the
-
' ' V o a s o
, te, -thr B Ildog quest of anoth anothTO
TO anothTO n u front- of. Brupson'e ear, ripped 1 7
$i : ) '.-'" through the railing and down in 1 t F, ., i.
, .:,' ,,, , T r ",' ,.- er cage title. -.
f it
" '' '4'" ' ' '' ''' ' Lem Kirkland, though not a -let-
as ee reez Slugs Out Win .,
, emba km t
II en
Linder was dead on arrival at
''.. ; ..t , ., ,,, gip ',
,
,
A .,. gig
' ILIA MS
1 OE W :, .: ter-man last year, adds formida formidab,
b, formidab, hie strength to Balboa's offense. StArrancis Hospital bete. Hospi- .. , ..
,
16. John Roseman. Cristobal's strong- 41. ,441;,1, ...,,,,

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II ,: ,,. y ,-; ii ,-' ; t , -- it - ,-, ,, ,.,., ""4" .'"""'"."r"."""." "1"'". Zal Ott letalg Mild he suffered a ,.
.
, l II ) man both on onense, and demos. )3 k ,
v aer Fid nque Travel Agency-
ro en neck and internal injuries.
1 - '' 0, I. trI''' '' '' '' ' i ''' is'lEliir YORK (UM--Th'ere WAS
1
is alone On the Tiger squad with a
b ktbillttr.Citbr --
,,,,
'This is to asiure' balli Snead)hettlgalfera al against, elm, 'mei?. a time,,five years ay.,' when Bob
that unless hisy sight hits failed hhershtip. The :ago .treasong. a Purkey of the Cincinnati Reds ceassa ethilis Yeaaralwill idsepea i:td salmatiosci Will begin at 6:30 p.'m with the
entirelv on their ability to 2uick Varsity game schedule'd to start .
him entirely, he oughtn't have any t at he rigor of he .c. a enge wag a favorite subject' ice' the .
build into a pennant conten er. fifteen- minutes offer completion of Tbe Tastes Freez boys had thee with the aid of a smashing triple lin the third and one in the fourth
trcak shoes on Wednesday driving by Herring., . for a total of 17 runs. Blue Star .
trouble recogn4ing,IWinged. Foot should, be- made cornmensuFatq i baseball limerick writers
i whim AA firints hnolne in tha Na- with thgt broatiati nt tha (Kamm.' ...,..., i.,.., .424. 1.4.. Tonight's junior Varsity game the, night's opener.. .
11-- -- tts -1 t 1- Li..., MI-

ti;----i'This
is i 'ast
that unless hisy
him entirely, he
trouble recognit
! when the firing
tional- Open in ,il
Panic in -hiat e
voice,. shakes m
,hillbilly milliona
but, Collapsed as
Dachauesque hoz
be prepared to f
cials get througl
championship ci
"They; are thE
courses, soblzed
failure in the hit
'they are obstac
.
check reve;
, are indeed ,beir
: maroneck, Inc n
dismaying and, e
cles Snead and h
encounter,, winos
titc,11
r own makin
6. I second( tea
V,,... some 30 ya;
'the. 4th meant a
end Aot. On th
from:like front ti
par 5 become,.
yard par 4.
The incomiel r
jetted to sim at
12th. stretch to
a 'par 5 which 'c
two onlvunder;
able Conditions., Z
the A6th ha bee
a weekender's1
'pro's par vt ':. .,
In terms of pa
been toughened t
'to 0. In Justific
ference in perso,

i Snead
s s o assure aM
that unless his ysight has failed
him entifely, he oughtn't have any
trouble recogn4ing, )Winged, Foot
when the firing begins In. tha National-Open
,
Panic in hisL eyes, terror In' his
voice,. shakes m his hones, the old
hillbilly millionaire apparently all
but, 'Collapsed as he described the
Dachauesque horToa a, golfer must
be prepared to facCafter 'the offi officials
cials officials get through stiffening tp a
championship course.
"They, are the,n, to, longer golf'
courses,' sobbed the most famous
failure in the historlk of the Open,
'they are obstacle cburses.1

A check reveals that changes
are indeed 'being made, 'at iAolap
maroneck,' bill nothingvdrastioi4or
dismaying and, e whatever obeta-',1
cles Snead and his golfing brethen
encounter,. winos' per usual be td
tit)
r own making. t t i
e" second tee has been langthi
wk some 30 yards.4 new tee ou
'the' 4th means, a mere testing sec.-
and Aot. On the lth, with play
fromZilke front tee a fairly simple
par 5 become,. 31 (demanding 465
yard par 4. ,
The incomiel nine has been, sub subjetted
jetted subjetted to sim ar; alterations. The
12th, stretch to 530 yards is now
a 'par 5 which 'can ba reached In
two only,,under-,the ,most,' favor favorable
able favorable conditions., Added y, ardage, at
the 16th has been cot back from
a weekender's ler 5; to- a ,,-lop
pro's pm 4.. ., ,, ,, -; r ',,, .! 4, t ,r
In terms ot per, the course has
been toughened b, two strokes. 71
'to 70. In justification,ls the Alb
ference in personnel; the 'werhre

,, -,. :-I1,!----,,,-,'" ,-' there have been other times when
I
' be Wasn't eyen close And lho do ,.7 u aissi, um. we nanuautile yon Of HIM revues are ter e- s.-nienara V a n .1.40n
YOung man' wrenched a knee end vents in which there were th, 3. Don Darden
4 wound up optioned to Hollywood. 'formerly established marks. Time: :3g.9 (C.Z. Record)
vou think holds the recor for
. ifi,E3 0 W L I N
, ,. , Winged Foot? Old Bambo him.
' self. His 65 In the,'40 'POodell hal
i, tife63Cr)A nCot:i' ne er b e t d
,
v e n ouehe .1,4 ,,,. II e ealn AC 0 0 ra
b k t th Pi tes a John Townsend, ten year old Dal; Girls 1 and 12, 40 meter
third Aims, in 1957,sand.. while he boa student is responsible for thrie 1. Becky Powelson
could eat 'RickeY1S old, love, the of the new marks which 'were set 2 Christy Jenner
Dodgers, he was strictly media. in Friday's meet. Ile equaled the 3. Lucy Rodriquez
, 1 '' ---" ' cre. ,Whin 'he finished the .'year Boy'S 10-year.old 20 meter free. Time: :AP (C.t Record)
' 74:'''""r,,, '"' , ,..' IP ... Kll ... A At 1. with ntl tinimnroccivo 11 tualelr .1. A MP i 1 I Is. 12 RAW. 11 Ali AA IA An ova and... worts ii, 011 MIITIFF
1. Pat Rogers
Time: :58.7
BUTTERFLY EVENTS
Boys 9. and 10, 70 mettr
I. John Townsend
oi T221n. a vt CI 1 rtl rn ortrtrA
Thompson
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ABOWLI
PAClitte 'CDSMOPOLItAN'
' MIXED LEAGUE
Satend Half Pinola
1
APA '', 29 '0,13'
Spalding Dot 28 ' 14
'Mini-Max , 223,i' 1934
-No. 2 '''' ', '' 22 20
Tahiti Jewelry ," 19 23
12
J Colonial 'Insurance 18 24,
1 Tasco Battery 15 '. 2812
l Chad's Beauty 'Shop 14 28
1 APA Wins Second Half
l MAW. 'Piece, lottery
1 , Cho Mplenship ,, ...
. '' f l'' ','
' The APA,!,'Ilyers" were 'really
1 up in the 'clouds on tbe last night
of rolling and cicibbered -team No.
., 2 for a three point win. By virtue
i of $palding Dot","bounelng into-the
I rough"' and being outshone br the
l "Jewels:',:from 'Tahiti, 'APA. took
1 the weed half ;hampionshipby
; the Margin of OM, point.,
'' The APA team were U11114'313,
i ing high'', fend their score 3t14
1 gave them the atcond high serieel
-. for the Irague,,, Sot Pruoinowski
, (605), Earle' Bear (600. Dick Soy,
ii ster (579) and Atwell Mitchsus.
son ,(458) led APA,'while thu 'long
1 stand-out 1 for No. 2 was -Ray
l Dube (593), .,,,,' :' '', ,
Ed Kunkel (589), Al Minor (588)
1
4 and Marge Roberti (535) of Tahl Tahlj
j Tahlj ti 'Jewelry glittered too much for
; Soalding Dot to handle. y High
I bouncers' for ,Snaldintf Dot wf.re
1 Dan Thomas ,(572), Xnd Wilma ,ti
ley (410), ,-), :,- ,",,, ,' H',
Colonial tnsurabee 'wrote un 'liwo
1 toints at the expense of Tasoillat.
i err.- Bob.,Toland with 573 was
I high for Colonial Insurance while
PePe Demianprotected his league
)eading overage by scoring 59
In a sub-scoring' match,' Mini.
Pax bagged two'', (' points !.''froM
fharl's Beautg, S'hop and took' o over
ver over third plate in the league stand
ings. The best stOres were' attain attained
ed attained hi, Bernice Roberts' (480), '''of
Charro Beauty Shop slid Reggie
1 Schmidt. (485) of MinitMax.' 4., ,
"' The pay-off party for the Paci Pacific
fic Pacific Cosmopolitan Mixed League
' be held Friday, April 24 at
,,, t. olleemante ,Lodge, oti chiv.,
1 C15. ,, Trsil ,Dinnerl : WU' ba
serviliat'll.m. .4 'Jo A ''',' '
, 4 'Y -,1 '' 8 ,It'''',1"1-,..,r -" r ','",
f
29 -,18
28
22341' 1934
'' 22 20
19 23
18', 24,

, ,- 7-",,-.,
,
PACIFIC COSMOpi
-- MIXED LIAO
Second Half PI
,
,
'' Spalding.Dot
' ,Ifini-Max , .'
f, ,No. 2 s ',''' ',:
, Tahiti Jewelry ,"
, COlonial 'Insurance
1 Tasco Battery
I Charl's Beauty 'Shop
1 APA Wins Second
; l Ilinvis Pasco'. Sal
1 ,,' Cheinflonshi
:, f '
, i' The APAL'Ilyers", 1
1 up in the 'clouds on tbo
of rolling and clobbered
,, 2 for a three point win
i of Spalding Dot","bouncl
I rough". and being outsh
t "Jewele,,from 'Tahiti,
1 the nomad, halt ;haml
'1 the Margin of OM, poi
'il The APA 'team were
ing high", 'and their sc
gave them the atcond
1 -. for the Iragueo, 4t: I
(805), Earle' Bear (004),
ger (579) and Atwell
,A son (458) led APA'whi
1 otand-out Ito'. No. 2
'i Dube (583). ,,,- '', ,-,i,,
Ed Kunkel (389), Al 1
il and Marge Roberti (53
q ti 'Jewelry glittered toi
'-; -Koalding Dot to handl
I bouncers 1 (or ,Sosiding
, Dan Thornaa ,572).'end
I ley (470). i ..:), ,t.,, ,,,-
Colonial Insurabie wi
1 Points at the expense of
"I ter3r.- Bob .,Toland witt
I high for Colonial Insur
: PePe Dloiniatkprotected
I leading average by acoi
!t In a sub-scoring' mi
1 Pax bagged two -,,(' pc
, Charrs Beautx; gimp -a
q ver third plate In the le
1 r Ingot. The best stbres v
ed W Bernice Roberti
IChartIo Beauty' Shop e
Schmidt .(165) of Minit
1 :''' Tba pay-off party foot
' !lc Cosmopolitan Hi
' be held Friday, .i
4, olleemants Lodge
1 Clive ,, Trail ,Dinner, :
gerva44at '1, p.w. ,..,
,, A 4 '' s 'Io '' I CV' li

.
,, 18 professional golfs:744;r 0-0-8-77n baseball talent. And 'the fact tkat ning in the Boy's 10-year-old 20 i; Maggie Mahoney
2. Elvis, Se liens
28 14 search,Vainly,for any other expla he wain't dead wrong was proved peter BUtterfly in '34. 2. Christina Vogt 3. Connie Zernme5 tit ins qrds.
CL heavyttysbeamarziagi.m0111 twessesersubsc,bbitt
I
, 22341 1841 nation of their failure,4o accord at Cincinnati last year. The t'ounti Maggie Mahoney, 13-year-old 3. aura Willism Time: :17.7 (CZ. Record)
22 20 him Drover -recognition. Now that fated' Purkey finally hit his stride Balboa Jr. Righ student, touched Time: t:3g (CZ. Tternrd) Boys 1 and 12, 40 motor

1 Lin a., ,Immense enntrinntinnti tn 1 0A1-...sam apimoima 0 IMW LCUM1.1 IVY i wins OTM Mv1Wr I L. 0 dile vv Amtm i O Mg Virg MC summia

,
1 for the Itragueo, Silt. Fru' inowski r'4.44..., to sun 444 tarculauun aim, .---- -- .------ --. -- "1-1--- -: Lime; ..iii.s lime: ;La.t iL:.z.. necvi-11). a. Mil VILI D10511
..."'nkib. 0:00 ;,,, I
DO years '',' nd 'nicest of all he gooa curve out lina, a oana
, 005), Earle. seer (ex, Diei soy, 0 ,, ,, ) knuctier,,, 4 1 ,,, ,, ,i, i Girls 7 and 0, 20 motor Girls 9 arta 10, 20 motor Time: :41.3 -crei. whs..- ,t,
.0....,,,,....se ,-.,.....Cos
Elvis Sellena 1. Jane Wilson Girls IS end 16, SO meter
Here at headquarters for fittartkoffik,,-N-r
ii,, ger (579) and ,Miirrell Mitchum. Was a gentiOnlan Pf uunntR charm
, But; as 'of this meMent in th
8 2, Karen Gorden 2. Mary Ball 1. Carolyn. Holines ,..t., es -- oele4"::,
11!".,:,;,,,,..---- ., reo tt.-
t ) end Wit.' .-.
Son (458 led APA,'while the 'long ,,,, ,, , Infant, season Purkey, ,has elm- 3. Phillis Warner o. Terry Punn PROT quality hand
,
1 stand.ouf 1 for No. 2 ; i ,.. A ,,
was -Re. y A ., ..... F.
filled a pair of victories over his 3. Gwen Doyle
Time: :14.5 Time: :18.5 Time: ':57
tools you will find all ,
.
i Dube (593). ,,,,' .'' '- ', madorFaza we
ormer Pirate teammates. Puts- Boys 9 and 10, 20 meter Boys 11 and 12, 40 motor Boy, 17 and over, 60 meter SOCKETS AND ATTAcHMENTE
Ed Kunkel (589), Al Minot'. (544) burgh was regorded in Pee-veason 1. John Townsend 1. Richard ,Van Loon , I, Ryan Cox types for all uses-from 't
1 la t , .,,,, ,Q
4 end Marge Roberti (538) of Tam- I) otel i 4- ,e,', -, 4 .--4 calculations ao a ,fine, bet. to win 2 James Hudgings 3., Roark. Suomerford 2. Sam Rowley 4
.
the' 'National ,League pennant. 3. Jamei jenner tiny screwdrivers, to giant 0 0 60 8 k
1. ti 'Jewelry glittered too much for AtO,Att..,IPlithillekee '' ; Don Darden. , 3. ;Mike ,Rettsak
' Soalding Dot to handle, , High ,, :-,,,,,4., !I , Kil,3-; ; They 'Made a fumbling start how
Time: :11.8 (C,Z, .Record) Time) :31.5 (C.Z. Record) Tittle.. 1:43
4 bouncers 1 for ,Soalding Dot wf-re ,, ever, and two of their early det Girls 9 and 10, 20 Girls 1 end 12, 40 meter Girls 17 and over, 60 meter
,' Dan Thornae ,(572).end Wiline.ti ri pl A I FameA,. feats were at the hand of the man
I B-k. li:1 ''' 1.' Jane Wilson , 1. Carolyn Camby 1. Marian Howe
. is designed. to- give better, totrdlit
wrenches. And every one .00010
'
I ley (470). : ...), ,,',,';, ,,,,, tl y, 4 , to .'' they 'Oast Joff,' ''4'''4 4 -'' V 'I' .' i 2. Wand Bell "' '' ''-', ' 2. Rosalie Rhodes 9.,Ruth Schmelzer safer, longer service- '0
scowl wl loNsci v";:s1 4 : ';;::
' v COIDDill lnsurabeit WrA10 111:01'0,2 : f .A., :., 4; -h: w"',',0, The it aix-foot, two,inch purkeY 3. Comie Zemmer I ,.' 3. Christy Jetliner ' Time!, ',:55
I toints at the expense of Tascellat The. Arrtador Plaza basketball beat the Pirates with a fourhitter Time: ;, ;, , 7
:141 t It i .' Time: :37.8 (C.Z. Record) v ,' Ca:4.1...0
-. err.- Bob..Toland with 573 was team, of PenamA City defeated tbe ill the opener and cone back with Boys' 1 and 12, 40 meter Boys 13 end 14, 40 meter Cseol emcte tihneton nd el se tyu0Suhrel lepe dy 0. u
: high for Colonial Insurance while ClehLos Rumblere 'of, Colon in a I seven-bitter oee them for hill 1. Richard Von teen : '' ' 1 Martin Holmes ' 1
: reps Domiatkprofected his league thrillin, VIM. Ill the Ptilam aNe. secend Atreight win. San if iroil 2. Roark Summerfnr4 , 2, Ken Smith ' A- a
114 IYAVI PROTO
MICIIS 11--111'..,(5 ,, ... o -,
, iesding overage bY scoring 587 s tionnl llymnosium. by,. the score will, that PitsibUrgh ,hasn't hit Itl 3., DDSs Darden "' ', ;.. Garth Feeney t 0 i 4, '..,, 0.
,'t In it sub-scoring' Match,' Mini of 42.40, ,'4,' ,,-; -.,J t stride.- But Yoil also have to ad- Time: 125.4 (C.Z.' Record) Time:, :32
, PROfessional ,,,. si f.,
. Illait begged two '' points '"11trOnt cThis game wavstaged In honor mit that Purkey's pitching may be Girt' II and 12, 40 meter Girls, 13 and 14, 40meter -., :' lill'i4li ;19
- k 'TO I I
, i os
1 fharl's Beautf, Shop and took o- of the birthday celebration of Leon one .of the reasons. ,, 1. Christy ;enner , I 1-Jesona Halvosa , i ,. ,,,, r----------4Z1 , .....ed,
0 ver third plate In the league stand Teleada. ', sport instructor of it Big ;,B0b may not be overpow 2,1 Carolyn Cambi ,',),41; ', ;.,' ,, ,,', 2, Orace Figueroa ' !, ,
: Inge. ,The best NCOres were- attain- mador Plaza. Heis, a former te erinte'but at the moment it 106 3. Dyndall Sellen , IL' Maggio meholleY 111:-'11 1,401 'It It e I) ri rg, lir-Ts
lit It 0 I u, ufrtt,- uu -sts, ,.::;7:41,.
1 ed lav Bernice Roberts, (480), '"of lonite and eMateur.boxer.now.res pears Ault possible- that ,it-long Time: all, (CI. Recordl' Time: ;430.9, , ; end noose wee,. '' t -,
,
Chart's Beauty Shop and Reggie siding it Panama, City where.be Is. last .be has found' himself. What Bove 13 and 14, :10 meter ; Boys, IS and 16,,60, meter ...
I Schtnid (165) of MinitMox.' 44 employed. s,, ,-- ; t ; ,,,,,' ),,v, 4 ,,, happens from here on out in the 1, Mertin Holmes' 1 i' ' '' 1. Barry Van Loon ':
; ":' The payoff party for the Peel- Preceding the Barna, tie diree- long season head will tell the 2,4ames Dyke; .,' ,':- ,,, 2; Allen Scott ,, , i r t 1 P re ) I
' fie Cosmopolitan Mixed League tor of the PhyiehlEdue tiotiDe stOry; but lt seems at the Monient 3. Sam, Witkin,., ,','T", 3.' Ken McKenzie' ;, m , ,,, i
, be held Frit! is): .April 24 at partment of FtbSTIlle; Gil Genre. thit :Pittsburgh juat- posoibly Time: :22.3f '' .:," ''f"! Time) :35.7
0
PANAMA AUTO, ', .''''
. :olieemente r 1,0dile, on Chivo lo Garridoo pregenEed himt with, $ might have givenup too huickly, '. Girl 13 ond 14, 40' meter Girls IS and 16, 0 motor 1let ol I Ill ill 61111' ''
.
, I PI-IONE 34550 , '.. ,
cle ,, Trail Pinner, : VA ' ha gold medal and scroll and eon. If so I new limerick Would cent 1.4 Maggie Mahoney 1- Carolyn Holmes a ,. ,,, ',' '',
1
401,4 I
ierliat '1111W' '' 'il' .",' ' gratulatShiM for, hill fine !Irk, tO',,b; tii 1,ordelt., ),,,,,,,N ;Jo' 4,2. Grace Fiverat Z Jiarriet Ganda:sea :- 0
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' best 'golfers as against' club 'mem.
bership. The basic reasoning it
that the rigor of 4he ,challenge
should' be- made corhminsufat4
with the prestige ot the ( accom accomplishment.,
plishment., accomplishment., , t
One of Snead's -'clamm torebodings-is
that they'll shrink the
fairwayd.at 'Winged Foot so mar,
row Peven will be able 'to jump
across ,moved
Walter t, club. president and
general thairmanr to remark yes yesterdayt
terdayt yesterdayt PMaybe wo ought to take
Sam up on,this,, and strike off a
special medal for him, lust in
, Inset Ps 65 Record.
,,our lirst ,,considera ,,considerabons
bons ,,considerabons was always the player.
Would the change still leave him
a fair. shot? The changes, were
not made on whim, Rather, they
were the- combined product of ex expert
pert expert ) opinionand scientific., find.
lugs. And, !on the whole, they' were
pn the minor side, so minor in feet
cui own, stall was, able to handle
the work,'
1 !Claude, Ramon, the pro,
was disposed -to, go along part way
with ,Snetd. t'"It- would be more
, desirable t if,, the .0per4t likes. the
Masters were played.on the same
course Year after yeare, the feet.
ors would be-,, constant' and ,,the
playhrs,,, knowing 'what to expect,
could groove, their game :accord :accordWelt
Welt :accordWelt : S, s
' in the filial analYsis,t env
test of golf bet got to 'be ,as fair
for oner as for --, anotheri Snead
won the Masters three times. but
there have been other tirnes.when
be wasn't eyen close, And who do
vou think holds the record for
Winged Foot? Old Sambo him.
self. Ris 65 In, the, '46 ',Goodall has
never been touchecE1,,,
, Paths the Pros
A ,phititabli view would be that
the contemporary 7 players ,,,were
unaware of'Harry (Dickler 'IMar
imtnense contributions q.to
professional golfsq for', one yrnitst,
search.lainly.for any other explat
nation of their failure,, to accord
him proper -recognition., NOV that
he's dead' 'at 66, it, ntight not
mean a great deal ,to him.
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Mirth) fathered the PGA,spion PGA,spioneered,
eered, PGA,spioneered, winter play and. the golf
tour, imported thb f'Vardons
Rays,1 was the gameia firat bus business
iness business agent't' (managing ,''' Walter
Hagen), created a new Public
concept'Of the pro, selling him as
an artist, rather' than' an 'artisan,
and introduced the box office 10
gold. tlp to then championships,
including the. Open, 'had no gate
Martinit),411rifty Years of ,Golfit'
was thefirst important authorita authoritative
tive authoritative literature on the-sport and if
he wasn't the nationie first t golf
writer he wain't fat behind. He
;babied ati a cartoonist, and his
'Tickle Bird." daily weather
Comic, is still in circulation after
60 years. and 'nicest of all, he
was a gentleman of infinit0 charm
'laza Five
PM.Same",
The Amador Plaza basketball
teard of Panamt City defeated the
Cho 'Los Rumblers 'of, Colon in a
thrilling game In the Panam ANT.
Vona) rlymnosium, bp the score
of 42-40. ,c t
c'This game wavataged In honor
of the birthday celebration of Leon
Teleada. sport instructor of
mador Plaza. HOls a former Cti
lonite and amateur. boxer. now le,
siding Panzuna. City wherche Is.
employed. s '"
Preceding the game. t e diree direetor
tor direetor of the Phyichl 'Talc title 'DC
partment ot Gil Gonza
lo Garridoo presented him with a
gold medal and scroll and con.
gratulated 111M for, his fide WOrk,i
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" 1' path'arad fk, pr 1with an unimpressive 11-14 markItyll record of :11.0 set by R.1 Boys 13 and 14, 40 motor 12. Duncan Summerford i 1 1 i i

13 23 the'S -deid it, 8ff, I lvtla, a 17-14, mark which won himlout Gamboa's Grace Figueroa for I Berl IS anti 16, 60 meow IL Gary Vaticher 11 I "Ask for Thompson Products
18 24, meat) a great deal to him. la berthbo the All.-Star team gni lone of the afternoon's most excit-11. Joe,Suares 12. Duke Wilson

15 264 , causea ntm to emerge as one ()fling contests In the girl's 13 and 12 Ray Caldwell Mine: :36.Z tc.z. necorn)

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Mirth) fatheren the RGA.., pion- the better pitchers of a rather in- 14-year-old 40 meter 'freestyle event 3, David Btesh Girls 1 and 12, 40 meter
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eered, winter play and tha goy &denote ,Cincinnati, staff. to win and break a record, which mac :47.7 1. Christina Jenner ,
tour, imported th ftVerdons anli 'MIS season be has taken over gas withstood forr,Iitienty -' eight f Girl's 15 and 16, 60 motor 2. Carolyn CambY
RaY15,1 will the IgeMe's twat bus- as the No 1 pitcher ois the Beate years of competitionk Miss Maho- 1: 50yee Hefting 4 , 3. Margaret Knox 1111:Q)
iness agent '''," (managing -,',' Walter shaft This may not be exactly a ney's time of :25.1 bettered B. r Eraticea Yost , Time: :31.5 (C.Z., Record)
Hagen), created a' nee, t Publie ticket to the Hall of Fame.'hut at Halderman's reeord of :25.2 es- a. Harriot Gunderson Boys 13 and 14, 40 meter'
concept'Of the pto, selling him as least has to be some belated sdtls- tablished in 1931. ,i' ..'". Timev :31.7 1. Martin Holmes .
an artist, rather' than' An 'arthaani faction to the 28-year-old Pcon-' Bays 17. 60 meter 2. Jim Dykes
and introduced the box office 10 sylvanian The reedits; i '1. Ed Dolan 3. David Zemmer 1,
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' 'Beet, Priates ,Twice FresetYlee Evanta
gold. Up to' then championships, , ' o. Charlea Denton, Time: :29.7 (C.Z. Record) ,
including the. Open. 'had no gate. 'Time: :49.4 Girls 13 and 14, 40 meter eik 0 I 0 4,174,1Th D S AI oil
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4'Idartiole,41ritty'. Years of ,Golf''' -' r f Boys 6 and under 20 meter
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tive literature on the-sport and if wearing Cincinnati flennels wbo Time: :30.0 3. Christiana Vogt ':
he wasn't 'tbe nationbe first t golf aren't Convinced that Purkey is 0 Bays 7 and I, 10, meter Boys 9 and 10, 20 meter Tinie ,: 32.8 (CZ. Record) SITS AND BOXES
writer, he wain't far behind. ,' He top-grade (major league pitcher. t. Dennis Holmes 1, lobn Townsend '-, Boys 1S and 16, 60 motor 0 11
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floubled mfloubled as a dce Chadwick' ' 2; Duncan Summerford 1. Mike Budge 1 1-
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NEW YORK (UPI)---There was
a timeijive years agri,,, when Bob
Purkey of the Cincinnati iteds
was a favorite subject' iino the
baseball limerick writers.
IC vas about' the extent pi Ms
usefidneis, For as a pit4herhe
left much to bi- desired., '',
There is one inane jingle about,
him which sticks in memory
whiFh:yientirl l
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-"There iijas Yeung Adler
named Purkey,
"Whose major league future'
was murky.
"He was quick to admit,
"I'm not worth two bits.
"But, I'm a heckuv lot better
than ,
Johnny Hetki was another pitch pitcher
er pitcher for the, Pittsburgh piratel, in
those days when the,,litiice,,,expect.,
ed both of theni to become some
pumpklns. But after!another year,
the Pirates, gave up on Hetld And
he, since has drifteefrom the big
league scene. Branch Ricker,' one
of baseball's keener minds, ,would
not live ,up on Porkey, however,
and' the Pirates waited, and, wait waited,,
ed,, waited,, And. then waited some more
for him to 'mature.
Homogriiwn Product
Bid Turkey, Pittsburgh boy,
never could make it big somehow
before thee heme folks. He served
his -apprenticeship at Greenville,
where he WOn le, including-a 1104
hittert, at Davenport, where
captured 17, and then did three,
tricks at' New Orleans which were
interspersed by two years in the
Army. , e
In' 1948 'the Pirates emmted
heavily on him, but the handsome
Y0ung man' wrenched a knee end
wound up optioned to Hollywood.
He came back to the Pirates a
'third Aims, 1,957,sand, while he
beat 'Rickey's old love, the
podgers, he was strictly media mediacre.,,,Whin
cre.,,,Whin mediacre.,,,Whin 'he finished' MO .lear
with an unimpressive 11-14 niark
they I finally threw in the sponge
and traded him to the Cincinnati
Reds.
They. say that' Rickey is one of
the greatest all:time assessors of
baseball talent. And 'the fact tkat
he wain't dead wrong was proved
at,Cincinnati last year. The round.
fated' Purkey finally Int his stride
17-11 mark which won him
a berth en the All-Star team and
caused him to emerge as onc of
the better pitchers of a rather in inadequate
adequate inadequate Cincinnati, staff.
'rhis season he has taken over
as the No 1 pitcher on the Rens'
staff4 This may not,,be exactly a
ticket to tbe Hall of Fame:but a
least has to be some belated sdtis sdtisfaction
faction sdtisfaction to the 28-yearold
sylvanian.
Beat, Priates Twice
There, are even some of -those
wearing Cincinnati flennele wbo
aren't convinced that Pur,key is
top-grade major league pitcher.
The contention is that he is 'not
egtreordinarlly endowed, posseti possetiing
ing possetiing only fair speed to go witn e
good curve ball end, a sound
knuckler.,
But, as of thWmonient in the
infant,season,; Purkey, ,has
piled. 'a pair of Nictaries over his
former Pirate teammates.. Pitts Pitts,burgit,
,burgit, Pitts,burgit, Was .regarded in ,pre-season
calculations a; a ,fine, bet. to win
the: 'National, ',League, 'pennant
nit 'Made a fumbling start bow.
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ever, and 'two of their early dei
feats were at the hand of the man
they cast Joff., ,-,4 4 :,11
' Tbe six-foot, two-inch Purkey
beat the Pirates with. a fout-luttet
LA die opener and canna back with'
seven-hitter Ver.:them for bil
second Atraight Sayi, if you
that Pitssburgh t hit
stride.... But ..you also. have to ad admit
mit admit that Purkey's pitching may be
one .cif the reasons...
Big Bob may not be overkbow
erint 4 but at the moment it 106
peara Ault possible' that Alt-long
last .be has found' himself.' What
happens from here on out in thl
long season 1,,shead will. tell the
story; but it seems It the Moment
that 'Pittsburgh jot- posably

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might 'have given tiv too auickly.r. Girl 13 ond 14, 40' mower
11 a. to a new limericit Would aeon 1., Maggie Mahoneys,00t
10', be to order. t 4,2. Grace Figueroa

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Intorteholastio BaskstboW4::
Teams Won Lost Pct.
Junior College 1 0 1.000
'Cristobal High 0 0 .000
Balboa High '" : 0 1 000
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TAIVOIL SIMONS
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nund9iii Ilalboi vtih,
unguecessful in their'fint effort ,to
llet.on the right track for anotitOr
:',hasketball c h rit pions,
Atravel to Cristbal tonight to do
- hattle with the Tigers.
Balboa High. lost the season
,onener at Balboa last Friday night
at the hands of the favored Junior
Collestlive and in the short inter.
school lootv can 111,afford anbther
defeat if the cage crown, is to re remain
main remain at BIM. '
Cristobal and Balboa both were
weakened by graduation last year
and both are short on returning
vartity players. Balboa's pair,
Sohn Morris and Tommy Cunning,
ham are expected to play the big
, rots in-tivi Bulldog quest of anoth.
er cage title. )
Lem Kirkland, though not a 'let 'let'
' 'let' ter-man last year, adds formida formida,
, formida, strength to Balboa's offense,
John Roseman, Cristobal's strong.
man both on offense, and defense
is alone On the Tiger squad with a
basketball letter. Cristobal's sue.
cess this year kvill depend almost
entirelY on their ability to quick quickbuild
build quickbuild into a pennant contender.
Tonight's Junior Varsity game

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WallWU WIJa Mali JI11111 1111Ulpf rad Stabler. A triole by Stabler their final score to 8 iuns.
The Fidanque pitchers hold and a single by Richardson their The leading batters were.
, Tette. Freez to only one run in the 1 next time at bat hoosted the tnninq ....Mean fnr fnr nrorn

The Balboa Swiinming TPm
racked up a total of 247 poiniki
in the Friday, Apri1-17, dual meet,
with Gamboa. The 'Babloa Teani
scored a total, of 143' pnintii; which'
is a comparatively high score for
the 35 contestants'who represented
this smaller community,: .while
run& swimmers placed third bY
scoring, 80 Points. Firet through
fifth Pim in each event' eatzed
0-4-3-2-1, points respectively.
The 'meet took place at Balboa
and was sponsored and directed
by tbe Schools Division's Depart Department
ment Department of Physical Education and
Athletics.
, .The Balboa High School's Swim Swimming
ming Swimming Team participated in this
meet in preparation for the com coming
ing coming Interscholastic Meets which
will begin in May. The teant's per performance
formance performance showed them to be more
than well 'on their way ,to 1
145 for competition. 'y
As a result of the meet, six sixAmin
Amin sixAmin new Canal Zone records
will IN submittd to the School
Division for accePtance. Thir- 1
tOell of those records are for e events
vents events in which there were m
'formerly established marks.
John Townsend, ten year old Bal Balboa
boa Balboa student is responsible for thrie
of the new marks which 'were set
in Friday's meet. He equaled the
Boy's 10-year-old 20 meter free freetyle
tyle freetyle record of :11.8 set by R.
Brown in 1938, he broke the Boy's
10-year-old 20 meter backstroke
record of :15.9 (also set by R.
Borwn, with time of 115.7, and
lestablished a new record bY
ning in the Boy's 10-year-old 20
meter BUtterfly in '34.
Maggie MahoneY, 13-year-old
Balboa Jr. High student, touched
out Gamboa's Grace Figueroa for
one of the afternoon's most excit exciting
ing exciting contests in the girl's 13 and
14-year-old 40 meter freestyle event
to win and break a record, which
gas withstood forTIIVenty -' eight
years of CoMpetitionk Miss Maho Mahoney's
ney's Mahoney's time of :25.1 bettered B.
Halderman's reeord of :25.2 es established
tablished established in 1931.
The reaults;
' Freestyle. Events
Boys 41 and under 20 meter
1. Stover Jenkin
Time: :30.0
Bays 7 and, 0, 20, Motfr
1. Dennis Holmes
2. Mike Chadwick'
3. David Sphere
Time: :14.2
Girls 7 and 1, 20 miler
1. Elvis Se Ilene
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2, Karen Gorden
3. Gwen Doyle.
Time: :14,5
Boys and 111, 20 motor
1. John Townsend
2. James Budging'
3. James Ienner
Time: :11.8(C.Z, :Record)
Girls 1, and 10, 20
1' Jane Wilson
2. Windt Bell 41'
3. Comie Zemmeg I
Time: :141
Boyt and 12,,40 meter
1, Richard Van Loan
2. Roark Summer!Ord
3., Doit Darden ' 1,
Time: 125.4 (C.Z.' Record)
Girls 11 and 12, 40 motor
1. Christy ;ennerA k 1
2.1 Carolyn Camby,
DrIdail Selena ",
Time: all (C.Z. Rccord)'
Boll 13 and 14, :10 valor ,,,
1.. Martin Holmes' 1111
2, ',Tames Dykes
3. Sam "T"
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'Linder, aighth-rankett racing dnv
er in the East,. was killed, Sunday
:when his VargnSpecial,'toared
through Trenton Speedwa)t rait raitpotend
potend raitpotend down an embankment, as
be ,tried avoid ,4 crash, 4,,,
I Linder-26,.'ot ,223 ,Outtook; St"
-itteburgh, Pa")-craghed,,'In the
58th :11 the 400,-milel,Unitad
States Auto Club eational diem,
pionship race before le estimated i
A2,000 racing tient. 1111;t1
The"' czashowar witnessed:,t;by
Linder'ki pregnant' wile,- Carol, and
sister, Alicegvboth, of Pittsimrgb
It occurred at MI5 p.m.; aboutia
quarter-mile from- the it e et I t
spectators.illY,;"t '74
Alit Litider pbened tiiii newt tO
Linder'S brother,' auk vtho 'his
competing in.a feature rice 'event'
at Pittsburgh't-South Park tract.
Gua labk Mt. wheel despite the
news of Ma brotheer
'involved in-.a'MinOt afeldent
and did 'eel, complete ,the race.'
. t!Rathnian, ef Miami,' -bid
signalled Don' Brans-tin of tirhatMa
;11.,' to pass, hint,' but Branhon's
carCcrashed into the rear of Rath Rathman's
man's Rathman's racer and spun on the as asphalt
phalt asphalt track.
Linder, trailing Branson at
about 85 miles an hour '00 the
turn tried to squeeze between
Branson and the fence. But hit
825,000 Vargo Special ran over the
front- of Brenson'a ear, ripped
through the railing and down in
embankment.
Linder was dead on arrival at
StArrancis Hospital bete. Hospital-
officials said he suffered a
broken neck and internal injuries.

Will begin at 6:30 p.m. with the
Varsity game scheduled to start
fifteen- minutes offer completion of
the, night's, opener..
' Ti32.. tett: n:nS2e:olVir e(azCik2e-r. R e.cord)
Boys 15 and It, 60 mote
1. Mdce Rudge
3. Harry Van Loon
Time: ;35.7
, !Girls 13 and 16, 60' motor
1. Tim Dayes
3. John Snodgrass ,. '',
3.-Sd Dolan' 1 '
Time:, :35.6 ,'
Girls, 17, 10 motor
1. Pat Rogers
2. RUth Schmelzer
Time: :43.1
BR EASTROK E EVENTS
Boys 9 and '10, 20 motor
1. John Townsend
2. Jody Summerford
3. James Hutchings
Time: :18
Girls 9 and 10, 20 motor
L Elvis Sellens
2. Connie 2emmer ''
3. Jo Ann Bierman
Time: :21
Boys 1 and lf, 40 motor
1. Roard Summerford
2. -Richard Van Loon
3. Don Darden
Time: :3g.9 (C.Z. Record)
Girls 1 and 12, 40 motor
1. Becky Powelson
Z. Christy Jenner
3. Lucy Rodriguez
Time: :39 (C.2, Record)
Boys 13 and 14, 40 motor
1. Jim Dykes
2, Sam Witkin
3. Jim Wilson
'rime! :33.3'
Girls 13 and 14,40 motor
I; Maggie Mahoney
2. Christina Vogt
3. aura Willism4
Time:t:311 (C.Z. Reenrd)
Boys 13 anti 16, 60 motor
1, Joe,Stiares
2, Ray Caldwell
3, David Mesh
Time: :47.7
f Air(' IS and 16, 60 motor
1.' joyce Deering 4
'r Erances Yost
Harriet Gunderson
TimeV ;31.7
Baits 17. 60 motor
'1. Ed Dolan
'1, Charles Penton
'Time: :49.4
AACK STROKti EVENTS
Boys 9 and 10, 20 motor
1,, Townsend
2. Duncan Summerford
3. Jody Summerford
Time: :15.7 (C.Z. Record).
Girls and 10, 20 motor
I. Jane Wilson
2. Mary Ball
3. Phi His Warner
Time: :18.5
Bays 11 and 12, 40 motor
I.' Richard .Van Loon ,
Roark. Suomerford
t. Don Darden.,
Time) t31.5 (C.Z. Record)
Girls 1 and 12, 40 meter
Carolyn Camby
2. Rosalie Rhodes
3Christy Jenner '
Time: :37.8 (C.Z. Record) v'
' Boys 13 end 14, 40 motor
14. Martin Holmes
2, Ken Smith
Garth Feeney
Timetv :32
Girls. 11 and 14, 40motor
1.,,Jeanne Hatvosa
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2, race Figueroa
Maggie Mahoney
Time:
Boys IS and 14,',60, motor
f. Harry Van Loon
2; Allen Scott ,
Ken McKenzie'
Time)
Girls IS and IS, de motor
1. Carolyn Holmes
Z Jiarriet Guilders

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Tbe Tastes Freez boyi had their
trcak shoes on Wednesday driving
five men across the plate in the
first inning and seven in the sec second
ond second for a twelve run lead against
Fidanque Travel.
The Fidanque pitchers held
Tastee Freez to only one run in the
third and fourth innings while
their men took in one run in the
fourth with the belp of a walk, two
sfolen bases and a single by Mi Miguel
guel Miguel Osburn.
James Osburn and Walker Pruitt
shared honors on the mound for
Tastee Freez, while Jpvner, Torres
and Baldwin made a fine showing
for Fidanaue Travel.
,The leading bitters for Tastee
Frees were Hicks. four for four,
and Jordan three for three. Guine GuineHrt.
Hrt. GuineHrt. and W. Baldwin copected two a apiece
piece apiece for Fidanque.
Grace Line 17o Blue Star Milk 8
, The first inning miw Grace Line
cif to a good start with six runt
driven in bv scattered doubles'off
the hAts ot Stahler. ,Rotk-Roffy.
and notta.lath. The Milkers came
fighting back, scoring two runs
1. Joyce 'Herring
Time: :50
Boys 17, 60 meter
1. Tim Bays
9. Bill Rie,by
1. Mike Bettsak
Time: :43.9
Girls 17, 60 meter
1. Pat Rogers
Time: :58.7
BUTTERFLY EVENTS
Boys 9. and 10, 70 met)
I. John Townsend
2. Duncan Summerford
.R James Hub-hinge,'
Time: :14 (C.Z. Record
Girls 9 end 10, 20 motor
I. Jane Wilson
2, Elvis, Selina
3. Connie Zemme5
Time: :17.7 (CZ. Record)
,Boys I and 12, 40 motor
1. Gary Vauchir
2. Duke Wilson
Time: :36.2 (C.Z. Record)
Girls 1 and 12, 40 motor
Christina Jeneer
2. Carolyn Camhy
3. Margaret Knox
Time: :31.5 (C.Z., Record)
Boys 13 and' 14, 40 meter'
,1. Martin Holmes
'2 ke
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a. David Zemmer
Time: :29.7 (C.Z. Record)
Girls 13 and 14, 40 meter
6. Grace Figueroa
2. Jeanne Walker
3. Christiana Vogt
Time f: 321 (CZ. Record)
Boys IS and 16, 60 motor
1. Mike Rudge t t2.
2. t2. Joe Suarez
3. David Mesh
Time: :41.3
Girls IS and 16, SO motor
1. Carolyn. Holinei
o. Terry Punn
Time: ':57
Boys 17 and over, 60 motor
I, 'Irian Cox
2. Sam !Cowley
3.,Mike ,Rettsak
Timett:43
Ohl, 17 and over, 60 meter
1..,Marian Howe
9.,Ruth Schmelzer
Timet !:55
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with the aid of a smashing triple
by Herring.
The second inning was a big one
for Grace Line. Steiner 'started the
rally with a safety at first follow.
ed by doubles froth Richardson
nad Stabler. A trible by Stabler
and a single ,by Richardson their
next time at bat Foosted the inning
total to eight runs.
Grace Line was held to two runs



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Foster cottages. botwoan, Santa
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PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara R. de P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 111177 Cristobal 3-1673.
Houses
FOR RENT: Furnished Pent Penthouse
house Penthouse 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
employer room, air conditioned.
Ave. lust Arosemene 31-44.
FOR RENT: From May 5 to 114
15 to the right couple. Private
2-bedroom air conditioned home
in La Cresta, during aaaaa ion.
Call Panama 3-1E13 Sunday 2
p.m. to 110 or Tuesday.
FOR RENT: Furnishod boon,
near Hotol Panama; 2 bedrooms,
living room, dining room, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, garage, and maid's room.
Via Espabc white house beside
Radio Miramar.
FOR RENT: NON lia man mansion,
sion, mansion, furnished, 4 bedrooms.
unfurnished, 3 bedrooms, 2 air airconditioned,
conditioned, airconditioned, hot water, very at attractive
tractive attractive patio. R bie price.
Cali 3-2632.
FOR RENT; Furnished chalet,
minimum contract one yearl
three bedrooms, one air-conditioned.
Two bathrooms, hot
water, automatic washing ma machine,
chine, machine, beside El Cangreio. Phone
3-6070.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Professional or
commercial office on pound floor
Edifiele Omni, comer Ave. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa and Federico Boyd, 82 square
nteters, 1125.00. Call Panama
3-7031.
Rooms
FOR Furnished rooms.
private bathroom. San Francis Francisco,
co, Francisco, 97 Street and Via Petra',
No. IS Phone 1-2147.
FOR RENT: Comfortable
room, gentleman or couple. El
Cangreio, next to Panama Hilton.
Tel. 3-1482.
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Worth $89,140
NEW YORK (UPI)---The Ford
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it was awarding $89,140 in fellow fellowships
ships fellowships to eight law professors for
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fairs. affairs. The awards are the first to be
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sity University of California at'Los Angeles;
Carl H. Fulda. Ohio State Univer University;
sity; University; Henry Rose, Rutgers Uni University;
versity; University; Louie H. Swarz. Rutgers
University; Kenneth C. Davi s,
University of Minnesota; E. Er Ernest
nest Ernest Goldstein. University of Tex Texae:
ae: Texae: Bruno Green, Svracuse
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ker, Mandelker, Indiana University.
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Foster cottages. behtteast- Santa FOR RENT: .-- Campo Aligns FOR-, SALIEr 4-- 1955 Studea - FOR MLE: --0,-Washing ma,- FOR SALEL w,-.-Ixisaust foe It FOR SALlit-t-Lasa SOO and 1.000, ''''', , ,.. , , ,,
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1, Clara and ilie Hato. Now low furnished hve ens bedroom
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---.---',-,'- thatidora) Vacuum cleaner, enis -,.' ; Apt., F. -Asaeie Maws, Balboa, 'llacetnisit. All lete with sheet ., I ' '''' ', 17i. ..,A',41- ,voc., a....te Asbe- ),Iliet-, ,,, wit, '1,,,
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PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages FOR SALL' --I- 1954 Coriefte seueneeeee work epelinoces,
. fronts, swum, water malts sod '- - ". --, ,:' : L ';', .-
';; Santa Clara R. de P. Phone Pa- Convt., new top, good tires, and- 9x12 tog b pat desk, table FOR SALE: -,.,--. le mat leo , ompricity. c,,s1 w,,, Atektinet.r," . , , ,,, ACP ,inct - ii... .. .,, it ..-
4', -, aims g.,Igy7 Cristobal 3-1673. FOR RENT: Modern apart- radio. Phone' Cristobal 3-2418. chain, doubt bed; usattrosak Cam HI"Ita'a 2 'Ow" lailll a41' TeL 409711. -. ''-' -- '-, ' ,. Sy SAM SHULSKV
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i ment, for small family, $75.00 loctosplook hey,. bicycle, au. heatable pulestal. Tot. BaNses , , , l'''' ' Alleghany Corp , -: 137
, t I monthly, Phone 3-5245. FOR SALE: .-- '57 Gress M-G me,,,,,, hems ehineemehy. is 2614.,, t...P.. ''' ,t.. FOR SALIIILea 1,066 moons ta. 1 ant a widesi- tattoo SO 'Adumhiltun,44d ' 104,
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tires WAY tiros, radio. Tel.', ni.et'' 131111"1.. T.... FOR MLEt ---' Westisgheuse B.;
phono 3-6526.. '. La Croatia eituatod 'Swoon "V.7- working I 'bought sent Braniff 4mor
S I FOR RENT: Two bedrooms
3-3385 from 5 te 7. p.m. '' 1". la' lamselala "Irillwat" Street and stew street. l'Of infer. Airways; 1.T. and T., Marione, Am
furnished apartment, hot water. er an -, pg ,,,.
1, FOR RENT: Furnished Pent- larallo, etc. Nice location,. fac- gambol hying room sehere $100. Clariest I Mel $75. Vs.' motion plus ,00N TeL 2-2170 Pan Amorican, Linitod Airlines. Anaconda Czpoo ,, --t-, se,,
FOR SALE; -.- Chevry Bel 'Air .. .ru, ,. fet Cam er oomph. wardrobe ,Imm 8 a.m. le 12 Nee. mid frees end semi peettlerieed epeenienve Arkanus ,i, ,
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house 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms ing British Embassy, 30 Ecuador Sport Coupe 1955 ale cylinder ' Sy6 ,.
i lahcallsouss sraltise," 5711 Di --- - :, , 2 p.m. Ile 5 p.m. ,' --- 4 Nicks. Unahlo to travel, I 'show. AVCO Mfg-, . 14' ''
4 employer room, air conditioned. Ave. radio, two tons, three new Vi, i 's.
PI tires, new battery. Excellont CAM.. Diablo, 2-2363.
wringer type washmg machine, al a brekor who told two to un-. -, Beth steel ,-, -... '.-:-...121,
- ,, , ' 11P011. SALlt ,.,-- Fretted, ht As load 'the 1.T land T., en which Bodeen, cn '",'
t; Ave. lust Arosemena ii744.
' FOR SAti; hts110111' 011111,, toga.. Home ,, gongs, froW ',
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FOR RENT:-- Furnished hvo ditien. Also piano fr Violist. 1 have a substantial profit, Also Bicrott Tj TP Ill"ala
ramie His
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4, Can be seem '2233 Carr St. Fog SALI: ..- Bitches told alIala' "It" .. .I..Nit Imatelm.:: -h-sas, 4;4 ltestates.Nise SissWit the United,- Pan Amorkan ind 'British P '''' -'' -'
bedroom apartment. Information
1. 15 to the right couple. Private Balboa. and chairs, mots! ,v-desk, ", me-," evils, TV, Ammo" owl, loot .psl Moot lell, bortilda $8,500. t Braniff. Ho 'wasn't intorootod hs !.lkirrough ' ' '
Tel. 3-1318. Via Fernando de
1,..'s 2-badroom air conditioned home hove., hed sot Eneideke large plastic peel. Good prises..,:i ,tall Balboa, 1-1117. -,,, ihe others. -,:, .. ,.i Canadian
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in La Crests, during aaaaa ion. Cordoba No. 23, scrou Centro FOR SALE:-1955 Forge Fowl. ' . 4. 7;ls
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Call Panama 3-1813 Sunday 2 Commis!. Mrs. Torres.- excellent condition, wiry cheap.
8 cu. ft. rofrigerator blends Call Palma" 3'4611' (Ali.albill at'emS lore ot nun Colas. , ','
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t table model Fli.Fi 'esti. Call Wb should ou sell out UK
, 4 p.m. to 1'30 or Totesdar. Memos, sos Mr. 'Abbott. FOR SALIt ..-- Power' mower I .0 W 1- CII '' 7 Y Cerro do Paseo -' ? d 444
JODS- anre ........ geod securities whieb,,,bavo sub- cmeatn (h,,.84 wed
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FOR RENT: Thres 'bedroom Balboa 3553 after 4 and Navy $40, radio-record player BOO,' i , ' dime have shown yisk -a obit --- - SIP
FOR RENT: Furnishod house, penthouse, largo terrace, studio FOR SALE: --- 1955 Studs- 2539 before. ,it
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paiestat fan $110.' Tel. Balboa Pr Chrriler ' aye
near Hotel Panama; 2 bedrooms, porch, two bathrooms, maid's baker Champion. Perfect con- FOR SALLForfeiture. Elegant 3022 attar 5 p.m. .. and blue some growth potential cities gervi'lig a,, ':
frpfoostiosol' omi 'so is whilo pou, continuo lie hold lb colo ', :f -IntlA 1
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s I living room, dining room, kit- mem hit wator elle Naar Sall. 4ition, Call Dr. Games, Balboa.
dim ism reams Mama -imam, LAA-

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tuario Nacional and Mini Max
rO"'S ett 1 P-4-11-107, I- rd role, the ether leer: Shies'
FOR SALE: Ford 59 4-door room- so, piano, Sinai wash. ono meat
Via EspaAa. white house betide Super-market, $200.00. Phone 112100 It-1 2.1429 Caill E-m. kg machine. Nifty rimoo. 95
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FOR RENT: Paiti Ila man- . Street. Phone 3-2632.
, sion, furnished, 4 bedrooms, FOR RENT: Two apartments, 'FOR SALE:Upholstered Asir.
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unfurnished, 3 bedrooms, 2 air- one unfurnished and the other Personals Radio-record player, diamond
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conditioned, hot water, very at- completely furnished, two story needle. Frigidaire, matchstick a 73 ''' "ft W. Ihnik 11.111
' tractive Patio- R ble price. building, an apartment on each ,.blind, chairs, tables, lamps, pil- Mending' Rhior., Owner oall
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, floor. Hot water, garage, maid's ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
lows, towels. hod, maftress, ma. 2-1312. --.
room, limn, very tool Includ- DRAWER "A", DIABLO
- mils, piano musk, snieeellanov
;,. FOR RENT; Furnished chalet, ing linen,' china, kitchen usten- BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Ift otos- Balboa 1309. SMY (AKA IIIRM, .
minimum contract ono yoarl ails. For information Phone PHONE SALBOA 3709 --
3- three bedrooms, ono air-condi- 3-3839. FOR SALE: Niao dillioll REDWOOD crrr eallf. Mt)
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Honed. Two bathrooms, hot
i "mil tst $15000- Win"; MOIR Anaconda Wire ii Cable Co.
, i, water, automatic washing ma- set, $150.00 Tral4oftes Rao- said yesterday it has arranged to
FOR RENT: --Complettely fur- kudrey Hepburn
$ t, chine, beside El Cangreio. Phone ter, phone 2-2562. buy 200 per tent of the stock ei
" 3-6070. nishod apartment living room,
' V) dining room, bedraont, bath- r Sequoia Wire it Cable Co. from
room, kitchen, S65-00. Francis- a ri.
ancels Japan T p I WANTED Mandrel Industries, Inc Cost of
the tronsaction-to thszAnaconda
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3-6070.
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LEAVE BOHR AB vim ONE OP OUR AGENTS-OW OUR OFFICE AT 13-22"11" WESEXT. PANAMA LIBRERIA PRECIAVOT Serest No. 111 Acnowyoks
INTERNAL. DE PUBLICACIONESNe. 2 Lottery Plass CASA ZALDOCentral Ave. 45 LOURDES PHARMACT-122 Ls Carrsegnills PARMACIA LOM LOMBARDOSo.
BARDOSo. LOMBARDOSo. 26 "B" Street moltaisolg-4th ed July Ave. & SL LEWIS SERVICEAve- Tivoli he. 4 FARMACIA LI-MOS-140 Cessna; Are.
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'Apartments
FOR RENT: ,--- Campo Alegre
furnished two ono bedroom
apartments, hot water, bakony,
etc. Call 1-1719.
FOR RENT: Modern apart apartment,
ment, apartment, for small family, 575.00
monthly, Phone 3-5245.
FOR RENT: Two bedrooms
furnished apartment, hot water.
larate, etc. Nice location,. fac facing
ing facing British Embassy, BO Ecuador
Aye.
FOR RENT:---- Furnished hvo
bedroom apartment. Information
Tel. 3-1318. Via Fernando de
Cordoba No. 23, cross Centro
Comomial. Mre, Torres
FOR RENT: Thres 'bedroom
penthouse, large terrace, studio
porch, two bathrooms, maid's
room, hit water etc. Near San Santuario
tuario Santuario Nacional and Mini Max
Super-market, $200.00. Phone
2-0481 office hours.
FOR RENT: Two apartments,
one unfurnished and the other
completely furnished, two story
building, an apartment on each
floor. Hot water, garage, maid's
room, limn, very tool. Includ Including
ing Including linen.' china, kitchen usten ustenails.
ails. ustenails. For information Phone
3-3839.
FOR RENT: --.4:ompletely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment living room,
dining room, becirdont, bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, kitchen, $65.00. Francis Francisco
co Francisco Filos Street No. 27, Vista
Hermosa. Phone 3-5016, 3-
5206.
FOR RENT: Medan, Duplex
two bedrooms, hot water, Cam Campo'Alegre,
po'Alegre, Campo'Alegre, Ricardo Arias Street.
Tele. 2-2341 and 3-3379.
FOR RENT: Furnished two
bedroom apartment, balcony,
hot ,water, garage, etc, 4901
Street. Isabelita House SI
00. Tel. 3-4994.
SERVICES
TELEVISION SERVICE
TV, Radios, Transitors
specialist. We service all makes
and models. We don't pretend to
guarantee our work. We QUIN.
antes it.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, Tivoli
Ave. 18-20. Tel. 2-1905.
TV SERVICES
For Isttelt Nome Service. Al Wall
Rely on
, U.S. TELEVISION.
Phone 3-7607 Panami, Service,
from 9:00 cm, to 10:00 o.m.
Costal Barge servicis all Panama
Transport Trucks, Tractors, logs
livestock, etc. Call Panama
3-6852 & 3-0620.
, Protect your home ang preps,.
,s ty against insect 'd a meg o.
Prompt scientific treatment De
'emergency or moisibly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service.
Panama 3-7977 or Colo 1777.
FOR RENT: Completely
furnished, modern, cool,
and well situated, 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom apaitment provided
with all modern conve conveniences:
niences: conveniences: available for six
months as of June 15tIL
Monthly rental 9225.00. If
desired, for time of lease,
efficient and expert ser services
vices services of trusted maid can
be arranged. Call Wolff
and Company, Tel. 8-6969.
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DISCUSS REFUGEE PROBLEM

CAIRO (UPI) United Nations
Undersecretary Ralph Bunche
conferred yesterday with U.A.R.
Foreign Minister Mahmoud Fawzi
on the problem of Palestinian
refugees. 41unche arrived unday
right for unofficial talks on the
problem with Fawai and other officials.

AGENTS:-

1: A' uliii)i.6bii. s':.7:.,;:.:1
TOR: SALIV 1955 Stadia
baker Champ log 24.0r, perfect
condiiloo. Balboa 1-15118.
m,,WRM111
FOR SALL' --I- 1954 Corietto
Coml., now top, good tires, and'
radio. Phone Cristobal 3-2418.
FOR SALE:.... '57 Groin m.G.
Convertible wire entagientents
tires WW tires, radio. Tel.
3-3385 from 5 to 7. p.m.
FOR SALE; Cheery Bel 'Ailt
Sport Coupe 1955. six
radio, two tone, three now WiS
tires, now battery. Iacono CAM..
dition. Also piano dr Violin.
Can be seen 2233 Carr St StBalboa.
Balboa. StBalboa. FOR SALL-1955 Faroe Panel,
excellent condition, very Adept
Matinee, see Mt. 'Abbott.
FOR SALE: 1955 Studs.,
baker Champion. Perfect con condition,
dition, condition, Call Dr. Gramm, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Ford 59 4-door
$2300 V-11 2-1629. Call 4 P.m
to II p.m.
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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CA.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
Audrey Hepburn
Cancels Japan Trip
Due To Back Injury
DURAND, Mexico, April 21
RIPI) Audrey Hepburn -has
been forced to cancel her plan planned
ned planned trip to Japan originally set
for early May. Instead she is re returning
turning returning to Burgenstock, Swiiser Swiiserland
land Swiiserland as soon as her current pic picture
ture picture "The Unforgiven" is com completed
pleted completed on location in Durango.
The actress is far from well
even though she has bravely re resumed
sumed resumed filming and has actually
climbed on a horse for addition additional
al additional horseback riding scenes. Her
back was injured when she was
thrown by a horse several weeaks
ago.
"I am very tmhappy about hav having
ing having to cancel our trip to Japan
and southeast Asia, A it d,r e y
said. -"I was. looking- forward'to
visiting Japan and spending ,an ,another
other ,another four or five weeks touring
Asia. However, my back is still
bothering me. Both my doctor
and Mel (Mel Ferrer, Audrey's
husband) insist that I take it ea
sy. I have finally given, in be because
cause because I feel they are right. I
have yet to undergo another thor thorough
ough thorough examination and hve X Xrays
rays Xrays taken before I settle to rest
and quiet in Burgenstock."
Contract Awarded
Army Signal Corps
for Satellite
WASHINGTON ICPI)The Na-1
tional Aeronautics and Spa c e
Agency (ASA) announced yester yesterday
day yesterday it has awarded a 040,000
contract to the Army Signal Corps
to produce instruments for a
250-pound weather satellite.
It said the satetlite will be
launched in about a year.
Under the contract, the SiLnal
Corps will deliver,intrared radia radiation
tion radiation detection equipment for Proj Project
ect Project Tiros, an experiment desigued
to measure the earth's heat bal balance.
ance. balance. The satellite also will carry two
television cameras to relay pho photos
tos photos of the earth's cloud cover.
The contract was among 15 to totaling
taling totaling 10 million dollars awarded
in the past month. The largest,
$4,120,000, went to General Elec Electric
tric Electric Co.'for a second-stage rocket
engine to be mounted on an Atlas
to form the Vega missile system.
$0.85 per col. inch
- 0740
Natural Hist
Society Meets
Tomorrow At MB

Go Aide

The Panama Canal Natural
History SOciety will' meet at the
USO-JWB,tomorrow at 8 Pm.
The speaker will be Dr. R. L.
Taylor of the Middle America
Research Unit. His subject will
be "Histoplasmosis" and will be
illustrated with slides. Recent
tests on locaLschool children
disclosed that over 50 percent
tested showed a positive reac reacWTI.
WTI. reacWTI. it Is Dr. Taylor's opinion
that the percentage Is even
higher In adults.
Dr. Taylor will also tell some something
thing something of the Middle America Re Research
search Research Laboratory and its work.,
and Will invittoguestioris Iran
the audience.
All Members and others In Interested
terested Interested ue Invited to attend..

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FOR MI
skims Drier stove tetriporm
ter, steam km mientester
thatidero) Vacuum steamer, maim,.
solionamos electrii appliamme,
get2 tog b pat desk, table
chain, double bed' mattress,
itex.sprioes, they'l bicycle, au.-
onerous items, photography II
"K" Street, Catigreie. Taw.
phene 3-6526.
Ilansbeo living rosin furniture,
sliming room sot, nit, TV, railin,
miscellaneous articles...1711 D,
wringer typo washing machine,
Diablo, 2-2361.
FOR SALE: Ritchie tabk
and chairs. metal ,4esit. ma mahogany,
hogany, mahogany, bed sof; Frigidaire
R. cub ft. rafrigerator blend
table model Hi-41 set. Call
Balboa 3553 after and Navy
25311 before.
FOR SALE"--Fortniture. Elegant
dining mem, hiving ireern
room let, piano, limb week.
kg 'machine. Very cheap. 95
Street No. 36, corner of 50
Street. Phone 3-2632.
'FOR SAL1:---Upholstered shair.
Radio-record player, diamond
needle. Frigidaire, matchstick
chairs, tables, lamps, pil pillows,
lows, pillows, towels. load, maftress, ma.
ord., piano musk, noleeellanmy
owl. Balboa 1309.
FOR SALE: dinietip
mom tot. $150.00., Living mom
aftt, $150.00. Transport's lax.
tee, phone 2-2562.
WANTED I
WANTEDr elvd logitteer
with highway aperients for
field and offica. Boa 4356
Panama.
WANTED TO RENT: North
American family desires ve vefamished
famished vefamished four bedroom house
in mood residential nolohboritee4,
Tel. 3-6695.,
Employer leaving early lune
wishes place eutaanOlog Spanish-speaking
maid, cook, house-,
keeper. 81-5214 after 4.
WANTED: Maid with tam,
commandation. steep M. 4111db'
Strom. No. 14 wow number.
Boats Cr, MotoIII
FOR SAM If foot shrimp
boat-- all, stool fully quip.
pad, 2 yam Original soot
$42,000 will sacrifine for $25,
000 Write "Shrimp Boat"
Box $42 Pawns.
Three Stales Enjoy
lowr tow Taxes
-
- CHICAGO, (UPI) If you live
in Nebraska, New Hampshire or
Texts, you're one of the vanishing
breed of Americans who pay nei neitheir
their neitheir a retail salet tax nor a broad broadbased
based broadbased state income tax.
The Federation of Tax Adminis Administrators
trators Administrators reports that 30 states now
tax individual incomes and 33 have
a sales tax, although only 18 have
both.
The FTA also' counted up 35
states with a tax on corporate in income.
come. income. It said every state taxes
gasoline and motor vehicles and
that all but Virginia; Oregon. North
Carolina. Colorado and California
maintain tobacco taxes.
As for liquor, the 47 states where
sales are legalOklahoma and
Mississippi are both "dry"all'le "dry"all'levra
vra "dry"all'levra tax on each bottle.

UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Greet White Fleet
New Orleans Service Arrives
Crietobal

YAQUE" Apr. SS
,1MORAZAH" May 2
OUIJA" May fi
NYAQUE" ,May 18
'MORAZAN" May33
Aloe Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Carge

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CRISTOBALW.D.C.A.
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Weekly millings ot twelve' passenger ships to Nevi
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, Son Francisco
and Seattle.

SPECIAL R0iIND TRIP PASSENGER FARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
, v
To New York and Retire $S411140
Te San Freedom, andier Seattle and Return SINUS

,TELEPHONBS:
;v4.,:11,1P4,
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FOR SAIRL tr-r-letteese le
josh 4-blako. Plyweemi oiselesere--
' 12 ifP4, meter $30,00.'' 0240
; Apt. F. -Magi. Pleas,
FOR SAL1: 10 kelt fee r
Rem Hunter 2 'speed with ad adMille
Mille adMille pedestal., Tel., illaNwe
FOR MLitt Wootioghoose
so. It. "'rookie rolritereke
$100. Clothe MO $7S. Ve.,
lot Com Jet Imeisplow trarolrolre
poit sAllt sofa,.
'keit, Oho tAls, Amiakcase.::
stoals, TV, ctilliltsio owl, sot,
large plastic pool. Coped prises..!
Call Panama 3-0613.
FOR SALlt Fever' mower
$40, radkorticerd player $40,
psiostal- fan RIO.' Tel. talboa
1022 attie S PJE
fOUNDI Ai sinew otrle
sy2 Weer lank near
lithwe, Owner HO
2-1312.
"IVY CARLA PIR4
,
REDWOOD crrY, cat (UPI)
Anaconda Wiz. Cable Co.
said yesterday it has arranged to
buy 100 per cent of the stock el
Sequoia. Wire Cable Co. from
Mandrel Industries, Inc Cost of
the transaction-to thszAnaconda
Co. subsidiary was notIrevealed.

West:B.Ok.':E,100Ot.it..$0.01

Hold Annual Safety Evaluation

Elementary schooh ea the West
Bank of the Panama Canal high.
lighted their year long safety vb.
grams recently with the.' annual
National Safety Council""evalua
tion. Both the Tort Eebbe, and'
Cavil 'schools, have, active., pro.
grams which were inspected.hy
committee front She pespeetive
eommunity,
This is the fourth, year ei par participation
ticipation participation lorl-theseechooltlint this
program, Last 'Novembors'.-Ltk
Gov. John D. MeElheny present presented
ed presented special Natitmal'Ssfety Cetmeil
certificates to both schools Uri
three years of exceptional effort
in safety." This ceremony was
held at the Administration Build Building
ing Building with many of -the Canal Zone
schools participating,
Ili purpose of the Inspection
was to determine it the two
schools have fulfilled the require requirements
ments requirements for their fourth year in the
safety program.
Making the evaluation for the
Cocoli school were Mrs. Frances
Wyman, A. H. France and student
Patricia Hall. At the Kobbe
school the check was eempleted
by Mrs, John R. trannon, M. W.
Poland, along with student Kin
Meredith. These groups examined
the programs and safety efforts of
the schools in detail and then rated
the school, using the check list
provided by the National Safety
Council for this purpose. The com completed
pleted completed testimonials end check
lists are forwarded through the
Safety Representative of the Su Superintendent
perintendent Superintendent of Schools office to
the National Safety Council for
final decision.
During the course et the visits
to the schools., the committee had
the opportunity te see phases of
the program in 'action. At both
schools they witnessed a 'templet.
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b An. SI
May 3
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May 17
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Classified fats 0,4111:Z0
Las. Moot. to Fri., Wait.
Sat., 14 pia., Sat. for Sem
Offies pea S-S weekdays.
FOR SAL111-.4.olo SDI awl 1.000
mows. le oho Nom. Hip larsille
titlionitotiow sows Oho Rooms
itatottesit. foto with ettoot
fronts. mono water mai. sod
oloctricity. Coil W. Moktoott.
4-0976. --' ',
11191t SALIILoo LOOS moors
motors Jo tho boot Indies .vol
La Croota. sitootod botwoon "Ifr.
Street and ore attest PM infer
motion pima ToL 2-2110
from 8 a.no. to 12 Noon Ovid frogs
2 Lot. to 5 Lot 4
1 FOR SALlt 11 At
, lam., Homo, amp, froW
-ems, 1412 loototos,tlico
pool. Moot poll, loatgoht $8,500.
ItoN lioN000 I-11117,
1
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ftehteelenal" gontiomeit ',. w is 0
etteekt ,' Spied linglith mei
, Preach, well, witit-," large iteas
perliteoe in betimes onatteeo.
meet with ewe eon Were sett settion
ion settion teAweenee bushiest ,er any
kind' et office work. Medmte
,
eatery &tired. Write St. Saute,
See Silt Waste Avenida Sal Sal,
, Sal, lea. Peewee. ,
Goimorosi loolsawmodo,;', q'eseli,
mod win nom ko, Call lkhos 123;
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swiss with ilhotthemi. Tel
70211 Comets els lismotsiti
Imitate Ns. IP.
4,PMNOMII
fire' drill eondueted under the au aupervision
pervision aupervision of the Camel Zone Tire
Department.-
An assembly was held et Cs Cseoli
eoli Cseoli where the contbined fifth fifthgradoint
gradoint fifthgradoint ow a safety play
they-bad- 'written, Certificates of
merit were presented be the win winnet's
net's winnet's et-the safety.. poster contest
'sponsored by the -Cocoll School
Safety ,Committee to 'the
play; At Uhl Schoot Safi
'Patrol watt inspected- and observed
either, performed -,their Teri d,
dutiemsduring the loading of 943J
children on the buses at the X:30,
an. dismissal.
Typical et the ether ems of
safety', were looked into by the
committee were the inethod et
student eccident -reporting, Ilse
made ot,safety lessons and post posters,
ers, posters, meetings of student safety or organisations,
ganisations, organisations, special safety in instruction
struction instruction for holidays, develop-1
ment of a series of graphs, on ac accidents
cidents accidents and,injuriet la the school,
making of posters -or other' art
work dealing 'with safety, use' of
variety 'motion pictures, and -the
nuinber and, quality of tafety
semblietleld.
Fotmer Met, Chief,
.
Edw. Joh iis6h- Dies'
GUELPH, Ont., (April 31' (UPI
-- Edward Johnson, BO, former
general manager of the New
York Metropolitan Opera Co.,
died last night.
Johnson suffered a 'heart at at,
, at, tack in the foyer of Memorial
Gardens shortly before the
opening curtain of ,the Osna
Wan National Ballet. Ile was
,rushed re a hospital where he
Johnson suffered a 'heart at attack
tack attack in the toyer of Memorial
Gardens shortly before the
opening curtain of ,the Cana-I
Wan National Ballet. Bei was
,rushed re a hospital where he
tiled. ,,
A native of Guelph he was
educated In Canada 'and went
to New York in 1907 where' he
suing in concerts ant Jight
operas.
', Johnson studied In Ittly,Ioin Ittly,IoinInt
Int Ittly,IoinInt the Meyst 1922. He retired
In 1950.
Merle survived' by hielllaugh-'
ter, Florence, ,wife of George
Drew, Canadian ;high commis commisstoner
stoner commisstoner to 3ritain, former, pre pre'mier
'mier pre'mier of Ontario,, and leader of
the Progressive Conaervative

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,,, By SAM SHULSKY
, 0. 1 oat widOW- r0114114 ON
tools! soeurity disabNity. While
working 'bought some Braniff
Ainvaya; 1.T. and T., Amass.,
Pan Amorican, Unitod Airlines,
-and some low-priced SPCuiltiv
' Weeks. Limits!. to travel, I phon-.
briikor who told ono to on.,
, lead 'Bie I.T. ond T., on which
I have a substantial profit., Also
thit Unitod,- Pan Amorkon ond
Braniff. Ho 'wasn't, interostod
Wm others. ,,,-
A.Mhis Komi sort et silly.
Why should you Alen out tho
good securities which,,hay. sub subtam,
tam, subtam, have show:146u protot
andhave some growth potential
whil. you, continuo , bold lb.
.I'd roast), the other way: 'sine.
you are widow, depondentin
measure upon your oecurities
comeovhy not sell out the cheap
stuff and keep the diVidend, pay payhig
hig payhig securities. 111he feet 'you have
, profit in a stock, does pot in indicate
dicate indicate that you must seR it. Nor
does the fact you, bawl a loss in
the cheap, stuff MOIR you ahould
bold on.
' You ari bit ,tool hivr
lines.' 'Tiles., as of the' moment,
seem So hl tenthrind(' into ape apeculative
culative apeculative -and investmeM levet But
ultimately ,,you ehould plan, on
eutting your take inlome of these
,and diversifying a bit. You (mulct
ihavo somo utilities, good tails' sad
- 4
,
, About a Month-ego, mini
one advised me to buy Jolophoro
liteck, so I took my monoy out
of the bank and bought le share.
tot 23912. I was told thew pay
nino per cont, but now discover
thoy don't Should I s soli out?
Would it ,be bottor for ,mst te
' buy somothing Ise I intend
going bock to,my native country
this ammo, and would like to
own 'something that would not
count me worry.A, ,
A., I don't think you bay any anything
thing anything to worry obout now.
, While you, were misinformed 1--
bout the Pine per Cent, that's no
taus. fou lanicking, A.T,i and 114-,
poll,I'par the
equivalont of 'Sikoti, or' $3.30 a
shafts en the stook to 'be Issued
after Bo three.for-ono This
will to yield of about, lour per
,

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gr. SIMS W.V. ''''' "...7 r1" Olht ,Mathitaos. -., OA
nina..por emit, lost novo discover
' Pancoastal 1 41,4
thoy don't Should I soli out? pan brag AT' ,,
Would it bo bottor tor ,Ine' te peetepet off ', 'a ',,,
buy solnothini elan ,I ' intenat phillipe pet aila
going bock te,my native countrl' pure oil .
this summit, and I would like to eca, I r,.
own something that would not. "' ie;nolds.14444 1;41
taus me worrY'1 ' '' Royal Dutch Shell 4574
A. I don't think Pou bay anyI-1
Smerveno TriteCorpipp, : S21420
.: San Jacinto , 31V4b
thing to worm 'about now.
btu, Virhit 160.3,11011kt., rperer:IllicenSitd, OthrMated,s Ile ,,u m
Signal, toil est' Sao IPA
cans, fot; 'panicking. A.T, end 41.111' ''''Sinclair onl 14
paye$1, Ind ilk' 10011;ter ku. &welly mobite 41
equivalent of 'SLIM,' 4or ag' 30 a sperry .. Rand 114
'hal. elk' tille deck le be issued '- Standardl Oil 11 fir
after lb three.fok-ono syllt This sterling' Precipices A
will 1 Yield ei Iweth..leee Pee '" Studabakor-Packacti 1
tooltwoldd Amy k's AM. ant To
u,r, ,,,,..,,x,,,o i le,,,,,Aade nil
' N 66 III anP ateerlolt oeidd '4'era-s -gulfbody 12
or
hold 'without worrYin' whilt You Totowa,. seleb
wont beck 'to your hoecoolando 1 biderwoot , -it-
, taTnitod Clam MS ...

Q. los the last three years
&Ivo accumulated senall lots of
A.T. and T., COIN. Edison, &Iv
Gulf, Gil, 111M, Pfizer., RCA, Rip.,
public Steal, Safeway, U.S. Pell
Thit is my first vonturs In tho
markat. Should 11 add mar, of
tha above or diversify furtbori
Don't neat Intorno now.,
, rd say you aresgretting soma
excellent advice. You, thould stick'
close lo that broken,
YOIP have a pretty led!' diver,'
siliad list, now telephone; utilt utiltties,
ties, utiltties, oils,' automation, alectronics,
steel, foodso aluminum and indut.,
',
impalayou toted ,add' Some,
aircraft and' airline' Bharat and
perhaps a chainical,Aitt after that
I'd beght doubling back and add.
'ing to, those you already,have4
Looks like 'a fin program.

sified- fits' no- w- ;;Yjii".; ,A1111,1M'AND'e, rettol, s Aril' It
,
ties, oils,' automation, electronics, CurLr"-A (PI sit APale
steel foodso aluminum and isidua. seitizent-teciuted om,munist
arta. ,,todayi of invading this
airicrunattint"ntY' .eirite'dabaardecrii "amnde.' 7111Aluim'alarYsiadinn'grl0tinuntaing- sad- kIrtillr'ild"
perhaps a ebeinieal,'hut after that 1144 -Reptiles, titizens.
I'd begin doubling back ond add. NePal IL a; tiny kingdoms high. le
inLoog tok,gtblikosee yitoulin.alrepradoysihamav.e, the, Himalayan moimtaine bo,
tween Tibet and India, famed.fot
Mt. Everest and other peako
- which tower miles Into tho air;
Leonard T
n, The charges were made by 5
t N I t
OfRio ,Aliajo. 1111' Hirgmanaizaalla S:tellsr'l Pa all:7;
Shapes in a memorandunt
Mahandra. The note wag
Al Santo Tomas signed by 311 Sherpa'.
Vidya made public the barges
'Leonard T. Rogan; 118, faf Rio A- shortly 'alter a Kathmandu, news,-
We, died at Santo Tomas Hon- paper said the Red army raided
vital Sunday night,tsix hours' aft:. a village ,20 miles inside .Nepare
er having bee admitted. ',, border in a search for anti-ComMr.
Hogan is, survived ,..by his munist Tibetans. The government
daughters,, Mrs. ,Arleen Newland, did not deny the report.
of Panama, and Mrs. Ivy Quin- The ,Himalayan Society's bleb
tyne, Mrs., Veronica Zones ,, and amend demanded protection,
Miss Sadie'llogan,,-whe reside in against:Chinese Comntunist "etre
the ,United States, 110n1 Richard, claw,. which. 1, the society said
Frank and Ramon, of Panama, were ,committed against Nepalese
and Lloyd, Roy, Guy and A4e Ken in,,Nepalese,torritorye
neth Rogan, also residents of the
United States and 34 grandchil- r n

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t ,:, Funeral .arrangements await
I word from his sons and daughters
i In Ihe States. 1 ', '. ',

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ACP jed 2;
Advocate Asbestee ,,, It Olt.
Al leghany Corp , 13 7.
'Adumhiltun.lad : 304H
Amor ,Cyanantid ',,,
'AAmer Motors 16
Amer Tel and Td ate
Anaconda Copper -" Se, 1
Arkansas 'Fuel 96;6',
- ITO Mfg 14 ,'
Beth Steel .11-,
Bettinger Corp ,'-
Bicrott Uraninite Hit
'British Pet. T
!Jkorroughs ' hi"'
Canadian ,Begia T;tib
Celanese , 12
Cerro de Pasee 'r 44
Chicago Greet red 491a
Chrysler -1331e,
Cities Service 110;4 1
' Colorado Fuel t
Coastal Carib. 14-
' Colgate Paintelive 110034,1
Creole Pet t 41
, Crow: Cork act gee
- Cuban ,,-Veneznelte 4 i
De Pont 2311
Paso Naked fp 18 I:
- Fairchild Engine 2b
Fargo Gil 1 15-11
Felmont' Pet 1bi
, Gemini Dynamiose el
General Electrie 1.
' General Motor" 49
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3:30 Get Set, Go 9:00 Music Is My Rest
4:00 It Could Be You 9:30 Armchair Theatre:
4:30 Mr. Wizard 'Brother Rat
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,tWASHINGTON WPI) Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Arthur S. Flenrming said
yesterday that nearly 500 cbildren
die needlessly of accidental pois poisoning
oning poisoning each year because parents
fail to keep dangerous household
products out of reach.
Flemming, head of the Depart DepartMeet
Meet DepartMeet of Health, Education and
Welfare, said another 600,000 chil children
dren children annually are made ill by
swallowing such products.
The figures, he said, "clearly
indicate that American adults are
not taldng adequate precautions
to protect childien in a society
that uses over 250,000 different
kinds of drugs and household pre preducts.
ducts. preducts. many of which are poten potential
tial potential killers if misused."
Flemming, in a statement is issued,
sued, issued, at a news conference, plead pleaded
ed pleaded with parents of pre-school chil children
dren children to keep such products "eig "eigther
ther "eigther tmder lock or out of reach.
big and climbing distance."
He also said that the toxicity
of such products "is not generally
recognized" and that "many par
ents delay hours and even days
in seeking treatment for children
whom they know have swallowed
drugs or household Products."
He said a Public Health Service
atudy of 4,000 accidental poison.
lugs showed that aspirin topped
the list, accounting for a fourth
of such accidents. although there
teas only one aspirin fatality.
'Other products he said parents
should keep out of cbildrens'
reach were bleaches, detergents,
00aps, water softe w axe s,
sashes, lighter fluids. cosmetics,
Insecticides and herbicides, as
well as all types of medicines and
drugs.
Flemming also told reporters:
":.The Eisenhower adnunistro adnunistroton
ton adnunistroton Opposes a Democratic federal
aid to education hill approved last
week:by a House subcommittee.
Ito opposition was not unexpected
bet-lase the measure goes much
Wher than the administration's
On bill limiting such aid to needy
sehool districts that want help in
attilding now classrooms.
',;A government study showed
that the average expenditure on
pblic mental hospitals was $4 07
r patient per day, compared
oath an average cost of $26 per
day por patient in general howl howltab.
tab. howltab. This is a "shocking" figure
giowing that "tens of thousands
of mentally ill patients are
ffceMng this disgracefully inade inadequate
quate inadequate care and treatment."
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model auto:

Dalai Lama Invited
To Visit Formosa,
Talk VII lh Chiang
NEW DELHI (UPI)--The Dalai
Lama, now making a triumphal
1,300-mile train trip across the top
of the Indian subcontinent, has
been invited to Formosa to meet
President Chiang Kai-shek, Taipei
reports said today.
The English language newspap newspaper
er newspaper China Post said Tibetan anti antiCommunists
Communists antiCommunists who fled with the
Dalai Lama to India have urged
him to meet with Chiang to dis discuss
cuss discuss freeing Tibet from Commu Communist
nist Communist control.
There was no Chinese Nationa Nationalist
list Nationalist government confirmatiof
the report, but Northong ,Yitsi,
tibetan member Of tionalist
China's national assembly, pre predicted
dicted predicted a meeting with Chiang.
Northong said th e Lama's
weekend statement contained no
mention of Nationalist China be because
cause because the young god-king accepted
Indian political asylum and was
warned by Prime Minister Jawa Jawaharlal
harlal Jawaharlal Nehru against any pro proNationalist
Nationalist proNationalist statements.
Nehru told Parliament today
the Dalai Lama would be free to
carry on his "legitimate religious
activities" in India but that "po "political
litical "political activities are not carried
on from one country against an anotber."
otber." anotber." The Dalai Lama meanwhile was
nearing the hilltop town of Mus Mussoorie
soorie Mussoorie where he will take up nen
manent refuge. The trio across
India turned into a triumnhant
procession- with thousands of per persons
sons persons turtling out to cheer him.
Derant- Buddists greeted him
at every stop to seek his blessing
and to deluge him with white
scarves, the traditional Buddhist
welcome present, Monks blew
horns and beat drums and gongs
of welcome.
Informed sources in New Delhi
said the Dalai Lama had received
two letters from President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower among thousands of letters
expressing hapniness at his safe safetY
tY safetY Contents of the Eisenhower
letters were not made public.
AmPrican Fe
Rillifirohter,Cored
CARACAS, Venezuela ,(UPI)
American bullfighter Patricia Mc McCormick
Cormick McCormick ywas gored in the upper
part of the thigh yesterday during
a fight at Caracas Ndevo Circo
ring.
Doctors said she was not ser seriously
iously seriously hurt.
The incident came as she ,was
fighting her third and lagt bull of
tbe program. In the first two
fights she- was cheered loudly for
her performance.
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HOWDY! As he stoodtnear the U.S. Capitol in Washington,
,Cuban Prime Minister Fidel Castro waved after conferring be behind
hind behind closed doors with congressional foreign policy leaders.
At left is Cuban Ambassador Ernesto Dihigo.
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Cuba Will Help Oust Trujillo,
Castro Advises POncetort Group

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-.PRINCETON, N.J., April 21 --
(UPI) -- Cuba's Prime Minister
Fidel Castro said last night that
his government will give all aid
short of war to forces seeking to
"liberate the Dominican Repub Republic"
lic" Republic" from the leadership of Ra Rafael
fael Rafael Trujillo.
Castro spoke before a, Prince Princeton
ton Princeton UniverEdty graduate seminar
after- an uproarious frienoly
greeting from more than 1,0'10
other students and a few Cuban
neighbors.
He was to make a morningvis morningvisti
ti morningvisti to Lawrenceville School here
and then head for New', York for
a four-day round of speeches and
meetings with the city's large
Cuban colony.
Castro told about 2.511 students
and faculty mmbors at
Princeton's Woodrow Wilson
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lie Publie Affairs that the Truii;lo
dictatorship in the Dominican
Republic is "one of the worst
contradictions of this hemi hemisphere."
sphere." hemisphere." He said it was a danger to his
nafion, and other American coun countries,
tries, countries, because the island nation
could be used as a springboard
for anti-revolutionary forces.
Cuba would "like to liberate
the Dominican Republic," Castro
said, and Will give all possible
aid to anti-'rruiillo forces, but
Will not go to war to help them
Castro said also that he ex expects
pects expects minority., parties will ap appear
pear appear in the near future in Cuba Cuban'
n' Cuban' opposition to his revolutiona revolutionary
ry revolutionary regime. lie 'said his4 govern government
ment government will do nothing, to, muzzle
their dissent.
, Before leaving Washington, Cas Castro
tro Castro said his government 'plans
'legal expropriation" of lands
needed to carry out its program
of "agrarian reform" for desti destitute
tute destitute Cubans, '
Castro mode the statement
when asked 'during a, National
Press Club appearance whether
he planned to nationalize Or ex expropriato
propriato expropriato U.S.' sugar properties
or other American-owned enter enterprises
prises enterprises in Cuba.
Spooking this context, :Jim
bearded revolutionary said; "We
are going to legally expropri expropriate
ate expropriate hands, not nationalize them
nor confiscate them, needed in
the agrarian reform program."
He did not, say specifically
what lands might be Anvolved.
But in expanding on the goals of
the farm reform progrranh he in indicated
dicated indicated any lands taken over pri primarily
marily primarily would be those not 'now in
productive use.
.
' He said he did not plan any
change in the American-owned
caro nickel plant. But he' added
he would Rite to see it produce
two or three times ntore nickel
"so there will be more Cuban
work." '
In a speech a'nd subsequent
question-and-answer period, Cos Costre
tre Costre said he had neither reesiv reesived
ed reesived nor seught any aid from
Russia or any ether 'country, 1

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Five eznployes of the Pacific
Locks received Superior Cervice
awards from Gov. W. B. Potter
during a cerentony Tuesday af afternocn
ternocn afternocn on the front, steps of
the Administration Building.
At- the same time 23 other
employes of the Canal organiza organization
tion organization were presented with cash
awards for suggestions -which
have been approved and accept accepted
ed accepted under the Bmployes Incen Incentive
tive Incentive Awards program.
Superior Serv!ce awards and
checks for $100 each were given
to Truman H. Hoenice,, superin superintendent
tendent superintendent -of the Pacific Locks;
Howard G. Anderson, carpenter
foreman; William Black,, main maintenance
tenance maintenance superintendent; Lawr Lawrence
ence Lawrence Barca, general engineer;
and George M. Lowe, adminis administrative
trative administrative assistant at the Pacific
Locks.
The awards were made for
the excellent manner in which
they performed their duties and
service. above their normal job
requirements during the period
of the recent locks overhaud.
The largest cash incentive a award
ward award of 3315 was givens to D. M.
Panama Rail Exec
Thomas Rossbottom
Dies In Hew York
Thonta H. ROsabottorn, for-1
mer senior vice president ancid
director of the Panama Railroad
Company, died Saturday in New
Yprk,,according to news receiv received
ed received at 13alboti Heights. He was
years old.
At the time of Ms retirement
in 1949, Mr. Rossbottom had 62
years of service with the Pan Panama
ama Panama Railroad Company in
which he had served in several
Capacities since 1887.
He was born in New York and
entered the eMploy of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Railroad at the age of 13
as an office boy. He was the
company's first and only steno,.
grapher for many years and in
the spring of 1919 was elected a
director. He was made vice pres president
ident president of the cOMpAny in 1927.
He was resnonsible in a great
measure for the construction of
the Panama liners Ancon, Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal and Panama, which were
built to replace the old Panama
Rellroad ships.
He is survvied bv his wife who
lives in Greenwich, Conn.
UNABLE TO ATTEND
TORQUAY, England (UPI)---Offictals
of the Gastrnnomic Festi Festival
val Festival which ovens here this week
said they were happy to send a
copy, of their program to a cor correspondent
respondent correspondent who expressed regret
he would miss this year's festival
but hoped to make it next spring.
He wrote from Parkhors' Prison.

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'or Service

.,M,rt,.,.
Eggleston, assistant chief of the
Specifications and Estimating
Branch of the Engineering Divi Division,
sion, Division, for a suggested change in
the accounting procedure of the
Engineering Division wilich
save the Panama Canal Com:-
pany approximately $1'1,424 ea,ch
year.
Other ca,sh a:arards ranging
from $15 to $35 were 'presente
to the following employes: Mrs.
Mae B, Cross, Engineering and
Construction Bureau, $35; 'Mor 'Morris
ris 'Morris -Weich,, former employe of
Locks Securit3r Branch, and Wil-,
liam G. Jordan, Dredging Divi Division,
sion, Division, $25; Ernest E:.Faris, Elec ElecL
L ElecL tric, aI Division; Allen Alexander,
Information Officer; Clarence
F. Sampson, Dredging Division',
and Joseph 'A. Mack, Pacific
Locks, $20.
Roy Ellit, Supply Division;
Peter N. Riley, Balboa Pert
Captain's Office; Charles McG.
Brandi, Engineering Division;
Oliver G. Pate r a o n, Motor
Transportation Division; Dave
E. White, Supply Division; Earl
G. Keeney, Treasury Branch;
Egbert Z. Crouch, Industrial
Division; ,Lue.ille Abernamly,
Balboa Retail Store: Ronald H.
Wilson, Health Bureau; and Cla Clara
ra Clara M. Chambers,'Port Captain's
Office in Cristobal; Lt. John R.
Olson, Balboa Fire Station and
Lt Edward E. Albin of the Pe Pedro
dro Pedro MigueV Fire Station, $15.
Mrs. Maybelle Walker of s the
Administrative Branch; a n d
Mrs. ,Dorothy'l Benny of the
trigtheering bivision, sit
CAPT. MEL MISSALL
make his debut with the
Theatre Guild as the har harrassed
rassed harrassed property owner in "A
Hole in the Head." two-act
comedy vwhich opens at the
Guild May 4. The Air Force
'officer has ippeared with Lit Little
tle Little Theatre groulm in Santa
Barbara, Calif., and in Manila.
This will be Missal Ps only lo local
cal local theater performance, since
he is scheduled for transfer
to Seattle, Wish.
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',But although he will be highl
trained forlis momentous trip, th
rocket voyager will play a aeli
,Inactive part.- After', tll
blastoff, the experiment will be en
tirely in the hands of the men Wiv
operate the Atlantic Missile range range-
- range- Their' job can be divided rough.
ly Into three phases: determininr
where the speeding rocket is dur
ing 'every secondit is in flight, re retrieving
trieving retrieving its nose cone, from the
ocean, and interpreting- -data ,',, on
what. happened to th'e -passenger
and,the nose cone in
The Air Force ',disclosed that
preparations alread have started
for the first man's flight aboard a
rocket. The plans are secret, hut a
rundown on the range as it is now
beint operated should give some
idea of the enormity of the job. :
Behveen the Cape and Ascen AscenSiOn
SiOn AscenSiOn are 11 other stations 16 the
intricate tracking and data-receiving
networki
These are Jupiter. about
80 miles north of Miami:- Grand
Bahama, Eleuthera, San Salivador,
Mayaguana, and Grand Turk, Js Jslands
lands Jslands in the Bahamas; the Domi Dominican
nican Dominican Republic: Puerto' Rico: St.
Lucia' and Antigua in the British
West Indies; 'and Fernando de No Noronha,
ronha, Noronha, 250 miles off the coast of
Brazil; which OWIIS the island.'
A glance at the, map -will show
two big gaps in this chain of data datagathering
gathering datagathering stations; the- 2.236-mile
span from St. Lucia- to' Fernando
de Noronha, ,;and the 1,225-mile
lump from Fernando to' Ascension.
To plug these gaps, the Air Force
uses specially-instrumented "ocean
range vessels."
Manning the thousands' of "lit "little
tle "little black boxes"the ,' tracking
and data-gathering instruments
at each stationare nearly 2.000
men all but a handful --of them
- employed ,by teh gov govornment:
ornment: govornment:
' The Eleuthera station in the Ba Bahamas
hamas Bahamas is typical of ethers in the
group.- About 140 full-fime techni technicians
cians technicians and maintenatice personnel
are- assigned there. These men
work for 4he Radio Corp. of Amer America
ica America RCA)," which is in charge, of
all instrumentaiton 'on the range,
pnd Pan American ,world e Air AirWays,
Ways, AirWays, the range "housekeeper!!
All aspect ore missile's flight
nerformanee must he measured.
The Air worce does thiq lob 'with
high-sneed cameres,,, theodolitec
tinstrumenta which measure
zontAl and vertield entries), and a
highly comnley tlyien known as
the azusa system. 1The Azusa h
used to mestsore thp oositiog of
roiscilb,'Irevelin ft 1,s,00n
miles en hour 74 np altitude of
severs1 hundred milot;-
yowever. worci relies
nrimarilv on telemetry tor 'inform
floe 'en whet fq hannening inside a
minetile ditrine
Tile elementsrv deviees are
fihipek boxes" with nrobes extend extending
ing extending tl all Darts of the misnile.Birn misnile.Birnilar
ilar misnile.Birnilar .boxes tresumoblv 4vill be at.
tachnd to the rneknt passenger:
, When the missile men wish to
recover a nose cone hurled Oyler
'the ocean, the aeration becomes
ellen more comniex.
Several C-54. airnlanes are dis disnatched
natched disnatched from Patrick Air Force
13ase, iust south of the Cane. to the
impact Area where they rendez rendezvous
vous rendezvous with ocean range vessels be before
fore before the shoot.
The idea is for the ships and
planes to snot the cone, glowitig
fiery red with atmospheric hie

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rom- apace. The 'planes then, guide
'le ships to the ,zireawhere the
one fell. This plan ,or variation
f it, is expected to be used to re reover
over reover the first human, socket, pa&
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The, radioed' telemetry informa
' ion, which continues through im im)act
)act im)act of the missile's nose cone, is
aken down.1-,on tape recorders
brough huge antennat- at the
lownrange stations by- ships and
in some cases by specially,instru
llented airplanes.

- These imp's bUndro' ef
miles long aro returned to the
Cape and processed In the tech.
nice! laboratory, a hugs building
"'hid' is ono of the largest in
Florida, (. ' r
Ity analyzing tbese Wes, Missile
men,Lean determine exactlY what
happened to .theh- 'bird" at any
point In flight.
The figure of 485 million dollars
quote& above applies' 'OnlY' 10 the
net value 'of the equipment 'at tha
Cape and the ,downrange stations.
No restimate is available on just
how much it 'takes t,o operate, the
downrange. stationK'i but the cost
runs into several mink) tdollars.
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" It "was boy's week at Coco Solo
Hospital with' five boya bOrn,
during the week ending last
Wednesday, ,During this, 'lame
period, 52 patients- were admits.
d and- 80 wereidiseharged.
cording to the hospita rePort rePortParents.
Parents. rePortParents. of the babies are 8p3
and Mrs.t Uonard,, of
ClatUn; Mr. tinct Mrs, Earl Jan."
niere of Colon: Mr, and -Mrsi
Elbert Ridge -of Margarita.; Sgt.
and Mrs, Librado Manglas Jr. of
Pt., Sherman and 'Mr,. And Mrs. ri
JAse losa of Colon er" .t.;

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