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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
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daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Herter Optimistic West Will
RedcfrAjgreemeM. On Strategy

x "WASHINGTON," April 23 (UPI)
Secretary .of State Christian A.
Herter is optimistic, that the
western allies wlu reach, agree agree--
- agree-- ment on strategy for negotiating
. with Russia on the Berlin and
German problems.
This was reported today by as associates
sociates associates of the pew secretary, who
aid Herter believes the Pans meet
Jng next week of western minister
will be able to agreeen most of
the package proposal the allies
hope to present tc Russia at. th"
Geneva conference starting May
To1 officials here acknowledged
that American, British, French
and West German diplomatic ex experts,
perts, experts, i who have been meeting in
tendon the past 10 days, have yet
to achieve full accord.- -.
However, they said expected,
the .differences to '.."be narrowed
and most of them solved by the
western foreign ministers at their
Paris ; sessions beginning Wed,
"ttSvfffcials were heartened by
the agreement of the British to
tie their central -European troops
and arms limitation plan into the
step-by-step program- for German
Reunification which the United
States has proposed; 1
These official tald Ht Wtif i
Carman; attituda, whien aireaoy
hat caused Herter eonsldeirable
cenceYn, remains the major
stumbline block. In the 'way of.
allied -agreement.
- Herter was- formally- sworn in
' Yesterday as secretary of '..state,
president 1 Eisenhower- asked
God's. blessing-upon Mm and-.s
sured Herter that all' Americans
"Hwed for his success -y
f The President- also declared that
Joth he and former,. Secretary
ohn Foster t tulle considered
Herter the man '.'best li"uned
ior the job.
Besides the President, V i e e
President Richard M. Nixon, most
of the Cabinet, House and.Senai
leaden of both parties-and num numerous
erous numerous State Department, officials
looked on as he 64-year-old for
mer goverhor of ; Massachusetts
tookmV oath; r. l 1
The Mth was administered by
Frank K. Sanderson,, chief admp admp-istrative
istrative admp-istrative officer of the .-White
House, in the Cabinet Room of the
executive 'mansion.-. Herter com com-nleted
nleted com-nleted the oath with a firmly firmly-voiced
voiced firmly-voiced ','aa help me God' at 12:17
p-m t'' " ..VV"..' ,,'s,
US Pitas To PI:tc H
On Mccn 0:scn
, Bow the United 'States .plans to
tart putting explorer robots a a-round
round a-round and on the Moon.-- "within
" five years was described yester yesterday
day yesterday by a scientist of the. National
Aeronautics and Space" admlnis.
. toatinn fVASAK-
"The) devices which land on the
noon will have drills to bore into
the rock and perhapa" little arms
. to reach 'out and -sample dust and
make other- measurements," said
, Dr. A.R. Hibbs,of the NASA
Jet Propulsion, Laboratory. (JPL)
here. V' '. 1 1i
"The main problem in the prof-
edt Is figuring out now to : get I
' tnt vnf information with the : si
trfpst eduioment,' -'the chiet of
JPL's research section said,-,..
,. The OToBram will begin Shortly
i; arith limnk, xnaee orobes which
- around it several times to gather
preliminary aaia on iu umgucui;
field and Errata., Next may come
"hard landing'!! devices lnstru-ment-
Datkaeet .designed to
' anrviv Wa shine on ithe moon.
The. more J advanced "robots,"
' which Hibbs aid were up to five
vears away, are "sophisticated
lunar v" satellites and instrument
. eayloads that are soft-landed on
' the moon.-
1 Hibbs believes these two will' be
v the main lunar explorers in. ad
vinee of wan. ,
! The soft-landing robots, will
have ?'flvDaper". j devices to Pick
' up and-; examine moon dust and
may set off small explosions. The
explosions will produce 1 1 n y
"moonquakes" Which will enable
. seismographs to learn about the
lnnw structure of the moon.
Hibbs believes it's a tossup on
. whether Russia or the U.S. is first
r to send the two more advanced ro
botj to the moon. ,
nut he declared mere was no
doubt about which would be first
m rash-land a payload there.
IV'tt will v be the Russians," he
"laid. -,,.

NY Cops Hear Of Plan
To Assassinate Castro

NfiW YORKt April 23-(UPI)-Police
today received information
that seven; men had been ;sent to
New York to assassinate Cuban
Premier Fidel Castro.
- It was no tknown whether the
men reported to be from Philadel Philadelphia,
phia, Philadelphia, Chicago and Florida had
arrived in New York.
A police memorandum sent out
today to all commands said infor information
mation information received from Castro ad adherents
herents adherents reported that the men
planned to assassinate the; rebel
leader. 'I
Five of the men wree described
as brothers from- Chicago, Police
said the brothers were Jknown .to
Chicago and. Philadelphia authori authorities
ties authorities and that alidad criminal rec records.
ords. records. 1 ''-
Description of all seven men
were sent out to police throughout
thtlijr.r'i-Mr ; ?
rmiw th Tiiinor .'Hsantna-i
tlon 'plot; high police fflelal -taUTthe
teeurity OMard arouna
the- Cubaw premier. would ne be
Increased.
The ifive brothers' were naid to
be- traveling hi OT Cadillac
bearing Michlgan.plaljfv The oth other
er other two men were reported to be
using another"car. Police said the
Rc(:rin:!:ry Uriiny
In Concord led ; V
By Crazed Convict
.'CONCORD', f Mass.,"- April 23
(UPI -rr A -mutiny in Concora
uofnrmatnrv led- bv a drink-
crazed convict was crushed' in
four hours by uncompromising
state police and prison utnor-
lties. ii.-
Helmeted troopers armed with
riot i guns stormed the prison
dlningroom and a,, cell block
behind a barrage of tear gas
nnnvtrta and rescued 15 hos
tages., it was- the second revolt
in Massachusetts prisons In six
Fifty-one prisoners among the
440 inmates were involved in
the unrisinB. officials said. Five
were jjamed as ringleaders. AuH
thorities today planned to ques
. The. revolt,; termed by-1 offi officials
cials officials an escape attempt, was
touched off". byiCharles (Bull)
Martian 38v ans often-convicted
A prisoni of f lcial told United
Press International the .whole
UDrisiwr iararently! began f be
cause Martin was "crazy drunk."!
The of ficiai said the' convict re repeatedly
peatedly repeatedly stole small quantities
of lemon extract, which has a
high alcohol content, from the
prison kltchenv saved it up; and
went on a, spree .yesterday.
Martin, was the only mutineer
who was 'armed. "Where he got
the .22 caliber pistol he carried
was mtknomxu'-fYt..:i:M
" The ; other four: ringleaders
were identified as Thomas Car
lino, x Peter Manarewicz; TLa wr-
ence- wood and Russcu tuedj
Halllday,;:.!;;;,,,
L'crllibcnd Train
Derailed Briefly
In Gai:oa Yard
" The norttiboi:.frelejii wain
which left Balboa at 4:50 a.m
yesterday, was delayed at Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa a short time Hlhen one of
the. freight cars was derailed
short distance north ; of the
Gamboa bridee.-
- The accident wcurred at 5:30
a.m. aftec; the train had left
the bridge and was switching
near Gamboa. None of the pas
sengers or members of the train
crew was reportea w .nave re
ceived serious Injuries., ; :.
The north bound morning
freight train carries a number
of freight cars and two coaches
for passengers.; ;v,v:w;,"' v:;; ;
Both the morning train leav'
Inst Panamaat 7:10 a.m. and
the one leaving Colon at 7 a.m
were delayed approximately 45
minutes until the derailed car
was placed back on .the tracks. I
the derailed car
:k on Tthe tracks.

Castro supporters said both, cars
were carrying weapons. .
One high police official said po police
lice police have received numerous tele telephone
phone telephone reports of plots to assassin assassinate
ate assassinate Castro since his arrival here
Tuesday. v v
.The five brothers reported In Involved
volved Involved in i the assassination plot
were aaid to have lived in Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia before moving to Chicago.
A police spokesman said no spe special
cial special search was being made for the
seven men, but. that all police in
the city had been alerted to be on
the lookout for' them.
: Police "said information about
the' plot came from "Castro- peo people"
ple" people" in New York.

AmerictnsAnner
iudgj On Charois
Of Drunk Driving
Two- U S. citizens "atmearea In
Balboa Magistrate's Court today
to answer -charges .of .drunken
driving. One of them;lJeonaTtt It.
Gale. lol Diablo has a 1057 r con
victions sfor reckless driving I and
on June t, 1958, was convicted of
drunken driving and his driver's li license
cense license suspended for one year.!'' I
, The drunk driving charge a
gainst Gale was continued 'te
April 28, but for driving while Iris
license was .suspended. Judge
John E. Demmg sentenced him: to
serve 10 days in jail, 1
Also appearing on a drunk driv
ing charKftwas Mrs. Theodora
Quinn, 50, of Curundu." Shortly, af after
ter after leaving a, friend's home -on
Tuesday night' Mrs.' Quinn side-
swiped another auto. j
Although there was 1 practically
no damage to either car, the ac accident
cident accident was observed by v a r mili military
tary military police patrol, who in turn re reported
ported reported it to Canal Zone police au-
thorities.
Mrs. Quinn was found guilty,
fined $100, and her driver's license
suspended for one year
Bessie's Balloon
Tasty, But Fatar
OKEMAH. Okie.'' (UPI) The
U.S. eovernment naid A. t. Star-
key $178.75 today for Ressie, a
cow wno died irom eating a
weather balloon.'
Starkey filed a $210 suit against
the government last January aft after
er after a veterinarian found parts of
the balloon in the cow.-
You can call Bessie a victim
of the space age if you want to,'
Starkey said, "but she .wasfworth
$210 ana maybe more."
Princess Ignores -Heir-Raid
Rumors
t ;":!--"-'; n.
PARIS (UPD Princess Grace
of Monaco today coolly disregard
ed Paris society gossip that she
was exoectine her third child.
The rumors, picked up during
the past few days by British and
i rencn newspapers, ; couia not ne
pinned down. ...

DAR Ladies Take Clear-Headed Vew On World Problems

WASHINGTON (UPIV-It turns
out that the Daughters of the
American Revolution haven't for forgiven
given forgiven the United : Nations after
all.: It's more that the DAB ladies,
have put the U.N. j o probation
for a year. ft ;V'r '"':,
. According to Mrs. John H. Pace
of Columbus, Ohio, chairman of
the resolutions committee, we re reporters
porters reporters had it all wrong. When
her committee came in without a
resolution like last year's, which
called for withdrawal of this coun country
try country from the U.N. we figured the
DAR had decided to let up on the
'nternational itatesmen. ?;
"Not at all,1: says Mrs. 'Pace,
"A resolution once enacted re re-nains
nains re-nains in full force and effect ro roll
ll roll repealed. We haven't proposed
r fAnnnl I'''..' 1 '' v-., .'
Some of the other ladies hinted
discreetly that maybe there was

GUARD SHOWS
RUSTED-ARMS'
TO NEVSMEfr
National1 Guard authorities last
night showed newsmen 17 rusted i
pistols, a Browning automatic ri rifle,
fle, rifle, another rifle and quantities of
ammunition uneartnea earner' in
the day from the sand at Santa
Dara Beach.
They werelocated through testi
mony of a seaman wno was a-
mong those who allegedly landed
last Sunday with Dr. Roberto A A-rias
rias A-rias from the ; shrimper' Elaine.
The arms and ammo had wen
under salt water.
Newsmen also saw a blue can canvas
vas canvas weekend bag containing per personal
sonal personal clothing, papers and letters
identified as beloging to .Arias.
They said the bag and contents
were found in a rented beach cot cottage
tage cottage at Santa Clra.
Location of the saltWatersoaked
arms under the Santa Clara sand
was pointed out to National Guards
men by Alfredo Jimenez, a mem
ber of the group who allegedly
came ashore with Roberto Anas.
The body of a young 'man- 'was
found in the area several days
ago. .'
' Among the papers found to- the
weekend bag identified as belong belonging
ing belonging to Roberto Arias by an air airline
line airline tag bearing the name "A "A-rias,"
rias," "A-rias," were a map of the .Santa
Clara and Anton area, a map of
Colon with the location of the po police,,
lice,, police,, station marked; a tide table
and the unused PQrtioak,of an, air.
line-Uckei, issued .t ium-Jlast
raon;
tw baf else contained a
black book with list of various
kinds of weapons' awl am muni.
Won.' There were alio at. lea it a
score of felt erm-patches Of the
stick-on type. They were green
and white end bore the number;
"2J.W t - V
Besides Invitations to-parties and
other mail aqdressed to Anas and
his wife, Dame Margot Fonteyn,
newsmen were shown letters in
the same handwriting signed "Ju-
day."-.
From the bag was also produc
ed a letter to Arias from movie1
actor John Wayne and signed
"Duke", his 'nickname. Arias has
for some years been a close busi
ness associate of Wayne who has
investments in' various Panama
shrimp and fishing companies.
Enclosed In the letter was an
office memo to Wayne from a
business associate. Besides vari
ous transactions .regarding fish
companies the memo listed some
$525,000 which had been sent to
Arias or which he had drawn with within
in within the past two years and for
which the memo said no stocks
or other documents- of use had
been listed. .The memo' strongly
urged that an accounting be made.
Ooard authoritiM emhaslzd
that there was vne evidence eon eon-i
i eon-i necting Wayne with the revolu revolutionary
tionary revolutionary plotting. The memo mere
ly Indicated, that 'Arias was a a-man
man a-man who handled considerable
sums of money, ; 1 -f
Authorities also said last tight
that Costa Rican authorities had
picked uo in that countrv ? three
Panamanians suspected of plotting'
subversion against the Panama re
gime. They were Oscar Ucros,
Luis Esper Bermer and a man
named Pittl.
They were found to, have mans
of the border and of Bocas del
Tore with the letters M.A.R. cut
out. hese correspond to : the ini
tials.of the Movimiento Accion Re
volucionario, i two of whose lead leaders
ers leaders were identified some two weeks
ago as Gutierrez and Padilla Be Be-liz,
liz, Be-liz, now refuged with the Chileans
a little more to it than this: After
all, some resolutions, like the one
commending J. Edgar Hoover and
the FBI, get re-enacted yearly.
Any way you figure it, the, U.N.
this year is getting off light.1 .-Only,
its children's fund (UNICEF) gets
a rap on the'? knucks, ; on: the
ground it spends a lot of its mon money
ey money on kiddies in. Communist .coun .countries,;
tries,; .countries,; promotes v woald welfare
state, and (through the 'greeting
cards It sells) tries to take Christ
out of Chrtstmas.jji'f vv.;'.';::
l' So t guess they can- rest a lit little
tle little easier at .the; U.N.:' headquar headquarters
ters headquarters now, as long as they don't
do anything rash like letting Red
China in as a member. The DAR
ladies,, of course are, still against
mai.
h They are still dead against
I world government toe, but the

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,N NEWS SPOTLIGHT Dr. Roberto Arias and his wife, Brit-

isn oanerma uame Margot ftnieyn, wno was ;aeportea irom,
Panama, early yesterday, are shown here in a, file photo' taken
staortty .After their marriage.
Treacher Dishonor,

Mdaris Maf go's, Mother

LONDON. .'At)rfl83-(Uiiyi.
Dame Margot '.Fonteyn's mother
has accused Panama of treachery
and dishonor in putting the snusn
ballerina in jail.
"It aeemr a ."very treacnerous
thins td promise "I'omconennat If
they give a statement they won't
be arrested And then to take them
into custody," Mrs. jtiuaa noon-
ham Said last night. -"
"Such behaviour does not reneci
snv rrmlit nn the Panamanian gov-
rnmpnt. lt vou cive your word you
keep it, and if you don't keep-it, is
a. dishonorable thing to do.'V
. tarios Aiiaro, raiiaiiiiii'
bassador to London, said that Miss
Fnntpvn was treated with 'gallant
ry and consideration" during the
time she "Was held in Panama..
""Dame inargot is as aamirea
and respected in Panama as she is
bi her own country ana me wci
w aha, witHnclv. or unwittingly
meddled in our internal politics is
sincerely deplored by all concern concerned,"
ed," concerned," he added,
"Contrary to what has been stat stated
ed stated in the press, she did not suffer
any physical discomfort ana w
treated with gallantry and consid
eration. 1
The Time of London said In-an
editorial today, the Fonteyn In Incident
cident Incident showed that "oiiera bouffe
and realism, ere singularly com combined
bined combined in the Caribbean today."
The newspaper termed the Pan
amanian government s-a c t ten
"tactless but possibly correct.
- The Times noted that ''if Castro
Prices Upped
For r.iargbfs
Performances
LONDON, April S3(UPI)-The
Royal Opera House, announced, to today
day today it Js increasing prices for, all
Royal '-'Ballet performances by
Dame "Margot Fonteyn. i
But a .spokesman denies the
move had anything to do with her
adventures in Panama.
"Tt waa arranged some time 'a-
go," the spokesman said. ''We feel
Dame Margot? nas reacnea a posi position
tion position of world eminence which jus justifies
tifies justifies raised prices for her."
" The best grand tier seats go up
from $3.52 to $5.88. v
resolution on this doesn't even
mention theUnlted Nations.':
Mrs. Pace laid' her resolutions
before the DAR's 8th Continental
Congress at: Constitution Hall with
a warning that propagandists and
disruptive influences threaten our
society and nation.; But she said
the 62 ; member on her resolu resolutions
tions resolutions committee were o to this
danger- v fe'.i v'
' She said 1 they considered .' 457
proposed resolutions, as 1 submit submitted
ted submitted by members and chapters,
and came in with 20 "based on
proved facts, not opinions, The
delegates seemed to like them,
hey interrupted1 Mrs.' Pact
with Applause as she resd them.
There were some old stSndbys
amon the, resolutions and some
surprises ,tocC.;i- 'f' '-Cf-Vy

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and Cuba are realism th fe li
always Panamato remind us that
the spirits "of our man in Havana'
are- not yet dead."
The Times nptetf that thefire
or the Caribbean au!dron" was
hot bOThinras brightly la Janama
as in Cuba,-"
i "'Ruben Miro' lias'-dTeclared "thai
the target of the revolt in Panama
is not so' much President de la
Guardia as the commander of Pan
ama's tiny but efficient national
guard Col. Vallarino," said the
newspaper.' ;
i It pointed out that the colonel
wal the Mai power In Panama
and long 'standing enemy of
the Ariat family."
The Manchester Guardian said
in its London letter the one fact
that emerged from Dame Margot's
adventures, was the local Panama
nian police department "is badly
in need of a pest exterminator."
The newspaper noted that "lest
the term should be Interpreted as
a crim Panamanian- political joke
perhaps it should be explained that
the reference is to extermination
of creatures with more than two
legs."
Cuban Playwrights
Defend Freedom
OF Art Expression
HAVANA. Aorll 23 (UPI)
More than 125 of Cuba's best
known nlaywriehts. directors
actors and writers took a paid
advertisement in' Havana news
papers yesterday, to defend their
right to freedom of expression
in art. ;.. .;'.' ?.".;-
'The ad wa written as' aft an
swer to an Argentine speaker
who ; told1 1 the -theater study
membership of the Cuban Labor
Confederation that the Cilban
theater "henceforth should be
limited to one subject the
-attack against Yapkee imperial
ism."
.The reply said : "We defend
and shall continue to defend
our right to cultivate the thea theater
ter theater without limitations of cen censorship."
sorship." censorship."
Efforts to promote metropolitan
government in some places
they call it ""metro were de deplored
plored deplored as a step toward world
government. Personality testa in
the schools were viewed with sus
picion. The ladies were asked t
come out against the farm pro program,
gram, program, for t rlght-to-work r legisla legislation,
tion, legislation, against double Jeopardy, for
internal security and Immigration
and passport controls, and. against'
so much federal spending.- ...
I'll say this for the Daughters.
Of the more than 3,000 here this
week,' there were a larger propor
tion on hand at 9:30 a.m., to hear
reports like Mrs. Pace's, than at
any other convention I ever saw.
Maybe the punch they served at
their parties the night before had
something to do with this. Pure
julce,.: vV'JV'i -v.

Guard

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Band Demanding
2 Rebel Chiefs

The Chilean Embassy
filltlirrav nmA D-JMI-

"-r"" """" ruuma oenz were given asylum last -k
night was attacked shortly after their arrival by a
band representina themselves to he mmkri i k

cret Poliee They demanded

icy -eraa surrender the fugitives. 1 .
When 'Reves CerdV refuel Ana tk$ fit a lum A'v.Zt'.m'

charged a gun, the tullet aoinq into the bush nenrhv

The Ambassador then
Headquarters from which a
I in falu J iL .1.1.-- J!

v-v.7 uiiu me unuwKr aispersea. ;
In other developments,, a half dozen' petards (small
home-made noise bombs) went off in various parts of the
capital city last night but caused no damaqe 11 .':

Mrs. Betty Webster an Ampri
can who, rents out the beach cot
tage, along with others at Santa
Clara, was taken, to Penonome jail
tor questioning. uurd sources said
her-release was expected shortly.
' Yesterday Gutierrez and Padilla
Belis reportedly registered at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Police Station as political refu-
geeSi.- ''v,--,,'. J
Wot; ..iiJ-4:-;. rT
oassy but this Was refused.
Later Reves Orda Cavp ihem
temporary asvlum" "at the- Chilean
Embassy on the request of Assem Assembly
bly Assembly Deputy and former Foreign
Minister Aquiline Boyd. i
A third man,- rumored to be
Floyd Britton msv also have re
ceived asylum from the Chileans.
Sources" in Panama linked Gu Gu-tierres
tierres Gu-tierres and Padilla Belia directly
to Tuesday's boarding incident
which resulted hi Canal Zone au authorities
thorities authorities indefinitely suspending
the historic Taboea passeneer
launch service.
It was learned through reliable
sources that early Tuesday Na-'
tional Guard officials were tipped
that both rebel leadens were on
Taboga Island and would attempt
Jo reach Canal Zone sanctuary
on the lat chtduled launch
crossing to Balboa.
A statement from Balboa
Heights, however, stated emphati emphatically
cally emphatically the launch Swallow had been
boarded within the three-mile Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone jnrisdictioh limit, and
that the Bajboa port captain's offi official
cial official report of the incident was still
under study by the governor's
staff. .. .
Although discussions took placo
vesterday between Canal Tfone and
Panamanian fbrtim office offi official.
cial. official. Balboa Heights stated today
the "Tabofn launch suspension was
"1 in effect. ; :
Mariano Yteiza, vice-minister of
foreign w.laHons, and .Tuan Car;
honfei chief of vrelation between
Panama and the:Cnl Hone, hoth
have participated: for! the govern government.
ment. government. ' ;; f-y-.
Stanley Shw de l Ossa. Pan Panama
ama Panama Tourist, CemmKslAnei'. said
daw he was hooeful 'he "unfor "unfor-tun
tun "unfor-tun miuridritnriln' coulrf
be cleared un and1auhehrMrvce
: rmtwh'i within the next two or
three days.
Former Isthmian
BobCrantOYerdue
Bob Grant.' well-known former
member of the Cristobal Yacht
ciuo, was reported 48 days over
due on, a trip, from Tahiti to
Hawaii,, w was learned today.
The Honolulu" Advertiser report reported
ed reported that i, ..Grant and two crew
members ; i were returning to
Hawaii, with a sailboat he had
purchased in New Zealand."
Grant's wife, who was expect expecting
ing expecting a, child, is awaiting, him in
Durinir H the iyearslf 1950-5J.
Grant wis employed as a fire fireman
man fireman on the Atlantic Side. He
was i an" adtlve t participant in
Cristobal Yacht Club activities.
Chicago Co; Will
Insure Gardiacs
CHlCAGOUPiy The Conti
nental Assurance Co. announced
today it would insure persons who
nave recovered trom nea at
tacks for up to $500,000

Disperse

when rebel leaders Samuel
Bil .. . ?
that .Ambassador Te6fib?
telenhnnW Klnt;AnMi j
patrol car was ttntimmcV
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Other sources in Panam r.
ported that National Guard ail.
thJtles, had VnofficiaUy request
ed Canal Zone police to hold identi identified
fied identified rebels' seeking asylum for ex
tradition on armed robbery charg charges,
es, charges, t .t, j , f
i i v n i
Balhoi police said only, m flu.-'

tierre jmd Padilla Bells walked ik

"UOT,P'Hnarmeti, snoroy" t

after 9 a.m. yesterday They s re- i

quested political asylum forms,
which) police say may be supplied
without investigation, ,f
After executing, the forms, the
rebel pair proceeded to an uniden unidentified
tified unidentified Canal Zone resident's home
where they spent the day and eve
ning before proceeding to the Chil Chilean
ean Chilean Ambassador's residence ia
Panama..

II. Carolina Mill V;
Surprisingly Quiet
F6Iloving Violence
1 HIENDERSON, i N.C. (UPlW
Textile union members followed :
up some of the -worst violencj' itf
a long strike at the Harriet-Hen-'1
derson Cotton Mills yesterday
with surprising quiet.
There wasn't a single union
member it the gates of the North -Henderson
mills for the T a.m,
shift, which has been marked in
past months by jeering and rock rock-throwing
throwing rock-throwing by crowds of striker, 1 1
' v "'
Apprehensive officers sai. ia,;r,
parked patrol cars to escape, a
cold, drizzling rain and voiced. l-
tonishment and relief at the emp emp-ty
ty emp-ty street in front of the mill,
gate. It was the first time that
non-union workers had entered the
plant without running a gauptlet i.
of curses and stones since the
strike-bound plants re-opened on t.
limited scale last Feb. 16. i .t.
The scene was almost as-, peace-
ful at the South Henderson' mini, -.where
rifle-fire and a hail of bet bet-ties
ties bet-ties ; greeted workers leaving;? at x
tt end of the second shift Tuesday Tuesday-night.
night. Tuesday-night. A comparatively s nt.t 1 1

mostly women,, braved the ram to
fling catcalls at the workers yet

terday morning. But the Jeers

weren't as vehement as in the past
and most officers did, not leave,
their patrol cars. ; 1 vi ''"v -''.1

' Authorities had feared that Tue.
day night's wave of violence
might -continue. Police and high
way patrolmen escorted workers
from the mills that night.-
,3 ..-..!..,lJ-.,-. ." .- V .T'i-V
Hidden marksmen to theLrear-
of the crowd .peppered departing
cars with shots from -.22 rifle j and
high-powered air rifles. : Attempt
hy police to ligni; .tne area; were
thwarted by rocks and rifle'-shote
which Shattered lights as soon as
they ere turned. on. u ,.
A' 'dynamitel blast Crocked.'! the
south mill area earlier Tuesday
night asd shots were firsd at the
mm
windows.-
The mood of the union members
turned ostyt Monday when they
learned there ; only, was a hand,
ful of iobs available on. the ( aee aee-ond
ond aee-ond shift following an apparent
settlement, of the 23 week otd
strike. Most of the jobs had baa
died wt

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OF BIRDS
Sir:
: hf1a mn hut n imnnrtant

its sct ia the scale of contemporary civilization, is the manner in
wfcfcbtit oversees aid cSres for its wild life, its songbirds and ani ani-aht
aht ani-aht t6 uy notbjne of its natural resources like fisheries and wood wood-hdV
hdV wood-hdV '' :
P7. It 'is not-my 'Intention to discuss at this time the latter phase. I
'4eb-e to eajl 'to the attention of the national conscience, the hu-
"tfftfty? the lntellience, the Christianity and the culture' of the peo peo-7
7 peo-7 Manama, anutrageously cruel and thoughtless situation which

J ibeen eonoonea Dy we peopie m uns emmuj mu
!f Awung the mistreatment of wild birds and animals. It is a blot
1 badtk shannon the honor of the nation to permit this barbarism to

kAftnn int'iirtainlv no rilltnrpd
J i. t 4ii .rt.ir.. in th world,
Ppam timit most useful, is the

Iran Sundance of the lovely Creatures whoe beantK'rt nlumage and

(ne place U- see tnem is in

LTheir. molestauon, capture, ana saie is promuueu uy iw
'civilized countries of the West, but apparently not &! Panama.

hey art- captured, packed

tttw nickels. They are jammed by the scores into smau cages
hct n h.nii nn mnn than a half dozen birds and here they

?ly tlld flutter helplessly against

their useless efforts to escape. Many are sick anu np aim umaa
lie on the bottom of cages, dying or dead. Tiny yeUow and blue
! birds beat their lives away in silent protest against their, treatment
and captivity. Others, the beautiful, green parakeets and larger
cousins, the parrots, ciimb restlessly around the cages, where there
is sq-ijitle room to move about, and protest harshly. Most of the
parteets ire Jittle things, barely feathered, iust, taken .from their
, nests Those who survive their captivity and the packing and man man-fcanrfUjhg,
fcanrfUjhg, man-fcanrfUjhg, rotten food and fUthy water of their, cages h s, chance
toJfflVive. These birds can tie tamed and if cared for, as many of
mMktt.ilk well-ventilsted and clean cages,-can live-a more or less
JShfttt -existence in the care .ot kindly people.
isiUt he Dtfle wild songbirds have no chance at all. They never

acecpt: cages inn captivity ann ineir monamy ibic
tcticanyaciO percent There is np Justification whatsoever in

ttfflp of a commodity of tms nature ana 11 is innuman crueuy iu
permit, ha ?dntinuance., ,.
ttther victims are squirrels, monkeys, toucans, gato solos and
antajlls of til descriptions, chained, put, in .th,e sun, orkept in filthy
eagejfe
: Mprilf there must be some way to cptpi.thia indecent condi condi-tioflrf
tioflrf condi-tioflrf The sale or capture of songbirds should not be permitted. The
capture and sale of parakeets and carrots should be controlteH and
supervised bv some agency that should hav the responsibility -of
, tepirx' that thev are cared for decentlv at all times. The capture
- rjT ale of wild animals should be forbidden.
f There is a tendency in some areas to. counter such pronosals
w'Rh the Inane and unintelligent remark that the nation should first
pf to the protection of Its poor and homeless and helpless people.
vfhTs hss nothing tb do with nd is st nest a "poor, alibi for the igntir igntir-frit.
frit. igntir-frit. ind savage, tbuse of dumb--animals aT songbiras.' s -'
,t f Ptntmt has lon. since come of age and the ojd saw of beinj? a
fOUnr nation his long worn out its usefullneS. Panama Is old
Snniiffh in differentiate between good and evil and' has learned to

Howl Ion? and iustilv for what she

' Let Panama listen to and heed the fhittermg of wings and the
protesting pries of the 1itH cantiv i th mark nlaces. ''"w bv
humane example that justice can be given as well -as asked for. A
inn r.hutnnitv will riot eo unnorH umim n"nlps: and; n. dem-

'pnstrtion -of Christianity by a Catholic nation will also win its just

f 7-'S
. 'MEDICAL tXAMS, FOR STUDENTS
: Sir?
A vast majority of outsiders are wondering what is wrong in
Panama and why do we have so much turmoil all the time. This
short note is -just to point out one of the causes for all this unrest:
' Greed and' Graft.
Now that time for the children to return to school, the chil children
dren children hive -rot-. have medical examinations before entering into
school. : iTfo" ."jl this Is fine and good for the children's own sake
but hee is hjvieraft in the whole thing. Can anyone tell m why
the, Amador vuerrero Hospital has gof to charge $3 for
these examinations. Where is all the money ?oing?
Isn't the hqStital a public institution where the doctors and nurs nurses
es nurses are pld by my taxes? I tel. you somethinff stinks and very bad badly,
ly, badly, too. Let's hsve the brazen highjacking of $3 ner child ended, for
, I know it is hot going in the government's coffers but into some
thief,' pocket.
pb. Will someone with a little pull check the private car, that re removes
moves removes medicines and foodstuff every night at about 7:30 from the
Amador Guerrero Hospital?
I for one will not pay for the examination.
Father of Six

SAN ANTONIO BUCLI
Sir:
yjJOne day ast week a card went into every mall box In this part
ortpwn asking for an offering in connection with the feast of San
Antonio. This is to aid the postmen. I had one of them.
iMy new rubber stamp sure comes in handy .and saves writing.
' 'I am afraid 1 won't be able to make it much longer, for I see I
Jjjn,failing to follow a straight line from my finger.
Tornadoes are still with us and don't know when one will hit us.
The old bladder is giving me trouble again and that means more
Swrlng medicine,, but I always pull through. Sime day I won't but
jTpjghty h,V" beaten tae nd 1 a,w,ys make lne table when iVt
Cantelopes are in soon and that's where I shine. Some in last
week. tt pirked too soon.
' Until next week.

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one of the most harmless and at
sonebird. Panama is blessed by
uie puDiic marKeis wuere mey e
into cages, ana soio to passersDjr
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Labor News
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(ommeiits

. By VICTOR itlSIUfti
Soon, if you hear that t' union
is strike happy, it won't meu u
is trigger-quick to picket, it may
mean mat the labor leaaers nve
covered-their members with 1 the
newest'lhine in insurance -1
erouD Dolicv wtujn -Davs "out
strike beneiiU t a some policies
pay meuicai expenses.
This latest aaventure in mass
coverage is the brainstorm of a
group of men who've just launch
ed a drive to raise $20,000,000 by
selling shares in a single purpoe
company under the laws of Pelt Pelt-ware.
ware. Pelt-ware. ii this company sells its stock,
it plans to pay eacn insured surf surfer
er surfer anywhere from $31.24 to $62. $62.-50
50 $62.-50 a week ior a makimunT'oi 12
weeks. But the company is oper operating
ating operating on the word oi its. actuaries
that the average strike lasts on only
ly only 18 days.
This outfit, the United Em
ployes Insurance Co., says' mat
it won't insure those who go out
in t wildcat W in any rwurx
stoppage wnicb would be illegal
under Fedraf or state law.
"It is intended that the insur insurance
ance insurance policy to be written wilt cov cover
er cover only work stoppages wnich
are authorized by a local union
or governing body' thereof or its
affiliatea international organiza organiza-Uon."
Uon." organiza-Uon." ,;
This company will really have
to do a mass Business and Dray
for industrial peace at a moment
wnen tms country is racing nuo
one of the most turbulent stake
stretches since the 1937 sitdowns.
The insurance firm has work
ed out five plans., To get $62.50 a
week for each striker a union
will have to pay $2.50 a month
per member. This is trimmed
down to 65 cents monthly lor
benefits of $31.25 to be paid each
striker after he's been,- on the
bricks fOA&WO weeks., !u !;;
No? striker will be: eligible for
coverage a, ne can get unempioy
mem compensauon irom pis
state. :
It's a candid company, indeed,
Its officers say irankly: ".,.
"Since no insurance company
has ever undertaken to Vrite in insurance
surance insurance against loss of income
resulting trom concerted work
stoppage by organized labor, the
potential future operations of the
company must 4e considered as
having no basis for prediction on
the grounds of comparability.' .
It follows that the security
(stock) offered must be consiaei;-
eu speculative.
Nonetheless the company has
been canvassing the big unions
for it wants to sell its share to
the labor people aione.
This is a private business ven venture.
ture. venture. Whether or sots the promo
ters make a profit is their prob'
lem. What is fascinating to the
public is that it has been orga organized
nized organized by men who realized after
considerable study that no union
can really pay strike benefits to
its people for any length of time
and stay solvent.
During all of 1958 and the firjt
monin oi tnis year, tor example,
Walter Reuther's United Auto
workers spent $25,287,522.24. And
this during a period when thre
was no industry-wide strike.
When the Teamsters struck
west coast firms last year, ihey
had difficulty getting up about
$15,000,000 in strike benefits. Hof Hof-fa's
fa's Hof-fa's outfit is till operating in the
rea Because of that walkout.
If the airline unions had tried
to make up even half the wages
its members lost in is atrik
aunng 58, tney would htve had
to get up over $13,000,000. If the
United Steelworkers strike tnis
summer it will not pay stoppage
benefits to its 600.000 basic steel steel-workers.
workers. steel-workers. If it did, the union
would wipe out its $32,100,000
treasury in a few weeks.
The boys from Wilmington have
themselves an idea. But they
had better pray for', industrial
peace.
A strike is not "a tonsillectomy.
PAY PIRST VISIT.
TOKYO (UPI) Emperor Hiro Hiro-hito
hito Hiro-hito and Empress Nasako vester.
day paid their first visit to their
new aaugnter-in-law.. Crown nrin-
cess Michiko. Michlko,, daugh er
oi a commoner nour mm execu
tive, was married to Crown
frince AkiWto' April 10. The Jap
anese rulers, accompanied by
Prince Yoshi and Princess Sues..
visited Akihito and hi-bride tt
their Togu Palace, .,,.. t
' The history of Britain It ob obscure
scure obscure until tho Roman Inva Invasions
sions Invasions of the first century B.C,
when the island was brought
! into contact with the continent
At the time, the Inhabitants,
called Britons, spoke various
Celtic dialects, farmed and
; used iron "for tools and wean-.
ons. During the $00 yean Eng
land was Roman province,
cities were built with baths
and; theaters tnd long, straight
roads to Join them.
1 Knoyoloptdla nrttannlot

The Washington Merry
ly DREW PEARSON

WASHINGTON Gov. John
Patterson of Alabama, who was
cussing out Negro Congressman
William Dawson of Chicago a snort
time'1 ago for probing a highway
scandai in Alabama, -got mysteri
ous and unexpected help overnight
from that Negro.
The heln took the form of a
telegram received by an Alabama
grand jury in Mobile then in the
act of probing highly embarras-
ing highway charges that tne gov
ernor's former campaign mauas-
er, now Finance Director, was try?
ing to increase a highway lana
appraisal trom i to iu,vuu.
Governor Patterson had made
statement after statement trying
to belittle the probe,, aaa even
denounced the fact mat t negro
Congressman in WashingonrCaw
son, chairman ot ine House uov
ernment Operations committee.
was investigating tht matter,
Then suddenly a mysterious. tele telegram
gram telegram arrived from the' Negro He
had berated, aimed at rescuing
the Governor.
What was so mysterious about
the telegram was the "f act that
no one knew who really sent t.
Congressman Dawson's name was
signed' to it, but hit secretary,
Miss Norma" O. Williams, said it
had not cleared through her office,!
ine cierx oi me uovernmem ite iterations
rations iterations Committee, Christine Da Davis,
vis, Davis, said it had not been snt
through her office. The council of
the committee, Orville Poland,
knew nothing about it, not did the
assistant counsel, Robert Brown.
WHO SENT THE TELEGRAM?
Furthermore, the Congressman
actually in charge of the investi investigation,
gation, investigation, Rep. John Blatnik of Min Minnesota,
nesota, Minnesota, knew nothing about any
telegram. He said that the. com committee's
mittee's committee's report was not yet typed,
so that chairman Dawson had nad
no chance to read. it. Thus, the
telegram was unwarranted. Fur Furthermore
thermore Furthermore the report, just brought
back from Alabama by commit. ;e
investigator Arthur Perlman. ae
nerally substantiated the charges
made against Governor Patter
son s f inance Director.
Despite this, the mysterious te
legram signed by chairman Daw
nn haH roarhpH the ffranH Viur
tt 4:30 p.m., reading: "There is
not t scintilla of evidence in the
land case. We wtshed our hands
of this case on the floor of the
House yesterday, (signed) William
L. Dawson, 'chairman- House7 Gov Government
ernment Government Operations Committee."
Significantly the telegram left
Washington 'at 3:58 p.m. .Signific .Significantly
antly .Significantly it was broadcast over Sta Station
tion Station WKRG in Mobile, a station
owned by friends of Congressman
Frank Boykin of Alabama at 4; 01.
This was tlmost 30 minutes be.
lore tht wire reached the grand
jury. .;-.,v,'...'..'
This led to further investiga investigation
tion investigation in Washington. It revealed
that Boykin, who opposed Gover Governor
nor Governor Patterson for election but is
now doing his best to, win his
favor, conferred with Chairman
Dawson regarding the Mobile land
scandal and urged that no further
investigation be undertaken, v
Members of the committee stat stated
ed stated that Dtwson had lereed to tall
off the investigatipn, it; Boy kin's
behest, on the ground that no
federal money had been lost. An
expose in Mobile by in alert
preacher who is alstf" a member
of th Alabama Legislature,
Charles Trimmier, had prevented
any loss. It wts Tr i m m i r't
charges which were being sUtid
by tht Mobile grand jury when
the mysterious telegram arrived.
Members of Dawson's commit-
tee also expressed belief) that
Dawson.of Chicago had agreed to
let uoykin of Mobile send a tele
gram-to Mobile in his name. Just
how Dawson, the senior .Negro
Congressman, happened to make
this agreement iwith: Boykin J one
of the most vigorous critics of
northern Negroes, nobody could
explain.
DAWSON EVADES
And Congressman Dawson was

hiding but: in Chicago where he
either, would not or could not ex explain.
plain. explain. Call after call was placed
to his staff by members oi? the
committee, and by this writer.
Congressman Dawson just wasn't

taking any calls..
congressman BQykin. meanwhile
was in great good spirits.
"There's nothing to those
charges afe all." he exuded, "no
thing to them. The grand jury
wort find a thing. Nice boy,
Trimmier, very nice boy, but
young- 8pd,,too, suspicious.
"And our governor! Say, he's a
fine man, a -fine man. 1 didn't
support him, but he's t great man
said the Congressman from Mo Mobile
bile Mobile Whose motto is "All Is made
for love." . ,; ,j -4
DEEP St NATE MATTERS
Works Committee."
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LADIES HATS regularly 5.75 to 12.75

WHITE NURSES
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Trtmk Panties

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so Robe and 'Nightgown sets ; 42' 550

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Trunks, XL 0.95
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.From 1.95 Nightgowns From 3.95
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From 1.95 Bed Jackets 5.95

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Leather belts

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lot Mt. Robert Riehard knd the,litto Mrs. Richard of Old Cum Cum4
4 Cum4 AYItshire, Scotland.
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t Evoding At Tivolb, t plane for a, fish fry Sunday at
, Anbool Girls of liddhoa Mem. 12:4S it tlie clubhouse near Gatun
;One 39.411 model'Ig.tot fashr Dam.
1 in aohow this elttnIng at 7 Tickets may be obtained from
.rie bidlroom of Vie i' TAO members. or. at the clubhouse.
id Hoilse. Children tinder ten will be admit admitor
or admitor prttes will be awarded,and.1 it .ed free.
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rishments outrishments served. Tickets wilt bond. motor..
n sale at the door.
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Plant Special Mooting
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Mani Spacial Mooting
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the, Eatern Star, will hays a
iPecliameeting wow even evening
ing evening at 7:30, at- or 1,-aottish Rite
Temple in Batbegtt
.The'meeting wilt be preceded by
a covered dish dinner at 6:15. Of Officers
ficers Officers of Royal Palm Chapter Two
of Cristobal will be, honored
guests at the dinner, and they
will exemtdify the initlatorx,w6rIkt
during the !meting.
All members of the,. Ittigtel44
Star are invited to attelid,,

TO, BUILD TRAINERS
LOS ANGELES k ut't )--North
American Aviation, Inc. an announced
nounced announced receipt of a $19,300,000
Navy contract for quantity pro production
duction production of the T2J1 jet trainer.

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- -The monthly business .meeting
of the Fcrurth Degree Assembly,
Knights of Columbus, will be held
at Cristobal Council 1689 in Mar Margarita
garita Margarita tomorrow at 8:15.
8:15.
Dinner will precede the meet:
ing- at 6:15 at the Cristobal Yacht
aub.
Perak Civic Council
The Paraiso Civic- Council will
meet this evening at the Paraiso
High School at 8. A report of
the community town meeting,
safety field day program and
other important matters will be
discussed.
I Adi residents are invited to at attend
tend attend to select the Aiommiltee to
work on' the transportatiOn pro problem.
blem. problem.

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etFor April 28
paiboa School

Seven different soloists, with an
organist and a 1.4atin, coach, are
given 011 the credit list for the
fortitiming prodaction' of II&
lilt's "Requiem" on Tuesday, A., 1
28, at 8 pm. ln the .patm of
.the ',Earboa Elementary Schoot,
kill( 'of those. soloists repre represent
sent represent the armed services in thil
area; half of them represent the
Panama Canal lommunity. 'Jae
soloists, as well as the chorus
and the orchestra,. well represent
the full acceptance of the "town
and gown" idea in this community.

The idea of a relatively large
grotip of the best trained and the
most exprienced adults of the
community cooperatiny fully with
the local college to bring the ve very
ry very lbest artistic offerings possi possible
ble possible is extremely widespread
through out the United States,
particularly in the largest colleg colleges.
es. colleges. The soloists for the Requiem
are: Mrs. Poll! Bettie, soprano;
Mrs. Carol Webster, soprano;
Mrs. Betty Cole, contralto; CPO
James B. Baxter, Jr. t'e n o r;
John Cooper, tenor; Pfc. Mike
Wilson, baritone; Robert Schultz,
bass; Earl C. Keeney, organist.
In addition to the soloists, a
chorus of some forty voices
and a complete, elected orches orchestra
tra orchestra will be presented In,the pro production.
duction. production.
Admission is" free on' 'Ttiesday
night, April 28 and all persons of
the Canal Zone community are
invited.

OFF HIS BACK
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The anternal Revenue Service re repOrted
pOrted repOrted that one taxpayer mailed
'14 his return pinned to a frayed,
but freshly laundered shirt, with
Ms check for payment written on
its clean wMte front.

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MEXANA powder gives. For
prickly heat. rash, enemas
diaper r ash 01041L
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ritations irritations nothing eau giro
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20 Fertile spots 24 Quote 38
' in deserts 25 Iliurden
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22 bladder 27 Es910det

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42 Regions
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Fire Hadard 9f,pry-Closets.
Peculiar To Tropicat,Life

Editor's Not': This is ono of
a owls of articlos prepared
loy,Officers of the Fire Division
in connection with Fire Safety
Wok en sem of tho common
firs hazards found in filo Ca.
ttal Zone.

In the tropie'4, due to the high
percentage t of humidity in ,th
air, it is Very essential that we
have dry closets in our- homes.
Otherwise,' our leather shoes, oth other
er other leather goods, clothing and, li

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ON BUSINESS TRIP Cesar A
Campagnani, general manger of
Kodak Panama, Ltd., ind
ratorios Kodak, Limitada, will
leave Friday on a businen trip
to Rochester, N. Y. During the
trip7 Campapani will visit the
various divisions of, the head com company,
pany, company, astman Kodak Co. and will
attend a convention of managers
of the international divison ot
Kodak.

Meals taste
beffer
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delicious it is with sea
food, spaghetti; meat,
eggs, sal,ads every everyth
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Upon '---' 42 Exchange ExchangeSimple
Simple ExchangeSimple premium
Neglect 43 Staffs ;
Kind of car 44 Suffix ,A
American 't 48 Ripped 4-
logician 47 Small mnkey
Wilts 48 Dash
Ancient Asians 50 Scold

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Spring Concert
At BHS Tonight

nen would develo.p a musty odor
and also mildeW.
The heating unit in it dry dos doset
et doset is a hie hazard and can defi definitely
nitely definitely cause a serious fire if' we
do not practice a little safety in
the storage of combustible arti articles.
cles. articles. The following precautions, an&
recommendations pre for your
personal safety, your neighbr's
safety, the safety of your proper property
ty property and the safety of Government
property. Remember, with a lit little
tle little care, we can prevent many
fires- and the life you save -may
very well be your own.
Dry closet heating units, pro props
ps props tild be install tyh-dieoe,s1hsdr
perly shielded, should be mstall mstalled
ed mstalled by an authorized electrician.
Only approved types of heating
elements should be used in h,eat h,eating
ing h,eating element receptacles. (Pater (Paterably
ably (Paterably Underwriters' Laboratories
label).
Light bulbs shoutd never be us used
ed used in -place of heating elements.
Heating elements should not
project beyond the end of the
guard.
Do not hang clothing directly
oi,er or near the heating element.
Your clothing should be secure securely
ly securely bung to prevent contact with
the heating element. An
round clearance of 10 inches is
recommended;
Do not keep oil soaked mops
or rags, or other inflammable
articles in your dry closet.
It is your responsibility as a
building occupant ,to see that
guards for heating elements are
in place at ail times and to re report
port report damaged or missing guards
to your Housing Manager's of
fice or your Post Maintenance
office.

However, if In spite of all your
precautions, you should observe
smoke emanating from your du duty
ty duty dry closet, do not open the
door as this would supply the
necessary oxygen to the smoa
dering article, thereby, causing
this article and other articles to
burst into flame.
Call your Fire Deparrment 1111-
mediately by dialing 119, state
your house and apartment num number,
ber, number, and townsite. Alert the oth other
er other members of your family,
your, neighbors, and vacate your
quarters.
, Your Fire Department, upon
irrival, will immediately shut off
your main electrical er vice
switch and proceed to 'extinguish
the fire with the least amount of
damage possible to your person personal
al personal possessions.

the" finitt Italboa High School
spring concert will be presentel
tonight byo the orche,stra and glee
dub.
These, organizations will be
winding up a, busy year, having
Prforitied ,fn tile' Roosevelt PAP
eant and the Christmas concert.
An interesting program with a
variety of soloists and selections
MI 'offelld.Tbd concert will
begin at 8.p.m,, Jo the lower,gym,
The complete program followtv
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Montane reader sent 'me to today's
day's today's hand with the comment'l
sat West and opened the' nine of
hearts. kV partner's' )ack held
that trick and'he continued with
his king.,, .South won ,,,with the
ace and, I signaled, with the six

ace and", I signaled with the six
'of spades," ,.. ;,-, -- ,.- ,,
"South led the (leuce of ,Clubs
and allowed -my 'queen to bold
his trick. At this point it did not
matter what I led. He had -10
tricks 1st hg.11. ; cards and 1,was
squeezed ha. diamonds and- sPadea
-for the eleventh. U I had discard.
ed my queen of clubs:. on the
seaond heart' lead South tvould
have had nol IMF. to'rtur the pub
suit withotit first I e t t i n g my
partner in. the lead and lut qould
have been set. Should I have
made thill Illicard?" ,:"-..,- -
13Thsheoulandsratelil. Tithhatat NeuSeceurtlioni
clubs Wall worth nothl in his
hand becttusc if -South eld ; the
jack the what cildif suit ad to be
good. He should Eave jettison,
ed it to give his partner a chance
tO get in the lead if be did have
those three. clubs to the jack
'Incidentally. it is" worth of
note that South eduld have made
the band surely by winning the
first hegt,. but South could not
have been certain that East's
,tirree heart bid showed a seven
'card suit. .....

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A memorial service tor the -late
Mrs.,Dinorah Giscombe. who
died last week, will be held at
5:30 p.m. tomorrow with the Rev.
Ephraim Alphonse officiating.
Giscombe is survived IVP
two sons, lver S. and Tomas (Wil (Wilson):
son): (Wilson): two daughters, lin, HMI
Simpson and Mrs Olga Sinions
and by !other rleatives and grand.
children. ''''
',Memonal Service
A memorial servici will be'lleld
tomorrow at 8 cm. at St Simon's
Episcopal Church in Gamboa tor
Mrs. Doris Babb,' who died March

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Ina likitt of two dub your part
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FloNifer Arranging
Class 'To' eet
Mon'clai At1MCA
' The Flower Arrangement class
of the Balboa' YMCA-USO will
meet for the third sessiod on
Monday at 9 a.m. --..,
Mrs. Vat Morgan will give a
step by Astep demonstration of the
art of 'arranging cut flowers at
this session. ,,--
No further 'registrations can be
accepted for the class, which- has
leached capacity enrollment. How However,
ever, However, former students who so
desire may evisit this session to
gain new- ideas and stimulate
fresh interest. it
The garden tour scheduled r
74
last Sunday afternoon and p It,
poned because of rain will be
'held Sunday at 4 p.m., ; we er
L permitting.

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Campbell Soups

The juices of 8 clifferilmt garden.
' fresh vegetables are blended into
thislamous drink. You'll love its
: lively flavor, and thrive 1m its
'. wlitamin-packed goodness. 'At
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you want, and the noutish4
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BROADWAY' GRAPIYINI
The truth about the bottist and
most expensive ticket in show
businessthe Bolshoi Ballet at
the Mertopolitad Opera House
is quit a letdown:. 'The 'orchestra
plays The Star-Spangled Banner
better probably than it ever 'has
been played' before,' and -doer -a
spelndid rendition' of, Prokofieff's
"Romeo and Juliet," hut 'the Pri Prima
ma Prima ballerinai Galina Malloy,
can't dance her's way into Paper
biglet elope' out of one. There
are dozen ballerinas the-United
States, and almost that many
in England, who are so ,fir
superior it's unfair -even to tem temyard
yard temyard them with, int.; ,faet, balf
the, dancers who show stil at any
Jerome Robbins. chorus tali could
top" Ulanova without getting out
of breath: The et costimea
are numerous.-aod- levish if oc occasionally
casionally occasionally corny ,the second
act,,Verona begins' to" look rather
like .Moscow,- complete, with .A
giant statue' of softie scelebrity, en
horsebeck) but the.dincing scam
astonishingly secondary -to .a lot
of silent movie, ,,,,,mugging that
Makes the whole- effor ,tcomi off
more an opera without words than
ballet. Calling it o "oantomine"
or a "spectacle" 'would have
been tar more accurate.
new sport among' insiders
the,,trsde is exchanging clip clipnings
nings clipnings of Frank, Sinatra's ireviews
the Attstralia newspapers,' com-'
Mete with misspellings of Hank
Sanicola's name a'nd I 'rtzthless
description, of Gardner's
stumbling exit. with "itsistanee,"
from one nf his oerformances:
Jazz star, Thelonious o II
being paged to do the score for
Roger Vadim's latest movie-. ef effort,
fort, effort, 'Liaison ,Dangereuse.' star starring
ring starring Gerare Philippe,ind Annette
Stroybery. If current tegotiations
jell, the Monk group also will he
hesrd oi the sound track., :
17 Kean and Lew Parker are very
,funnv.- at the Conatabento4 parti parti'cunt
'cunt parti'cunt in their last. sketch. AN!

Funeral Services;p:'
To Be AOLPau s.,
Funeral services will be ton tonduited
duited tonduited Saturday, at St; Pad's E Episcopal
piscopal Episcopal Church'f 'for the late
Mrs. Sarah Fortuhe Clarke, who
died et thc Radiological Hospital
yesterday at 12:30 a.m. following
a somewhat 'protracted ilintss.
Arrangements 'have' been ; cony
pleted to transfer the body from
the hospital morgue at 1:30 for
the church, where it will remain
until 4:30 p.m., the, hour Kned KnedWed
Wed KnedWed for the service".
Born in the- city,Of 1188111a 64$
Years agb, the ,latezilirt.,,,Clarke
is survived by her' 'children, El Elmita,
mita, Elmita, MrS. Pearl, Atonest.,Luther,
Blanch Carter Mrs, Delia 'Thom 'Thomas,
as, 'Thomas, and GoldN'vyir (Papito)
'rence, brothers, ,Tames,,, th", p,
S. and TA, Fortune in Panama,
two sisters', Eliza in Jamaica
and Edith Edward"' in Panama,
in addition 'to ; 16 grandchilOten
and 8 great grandchildren.
Sympathizers Ste inVited tb
tend the services.
Frank Melton..
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Leaveiror States
And Further Study

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Frank, 'Alem an, young execu executive
tive executive of the Panama InsuranCe'
Co. left last night via ,PAA for
the United States for advanced
studies in insuranch if tlik Cbfi-'
tinental National bsurance Ins InsMute.
Mute. InsMute. The course, which is of
two.month duratien; Is' pert 6f
the company's training ,, program
for its young executives.
Alemat 'joined the local' Com Company
pany Company in November after conside considerable
rable considerable post graduate studies in the
United- States., and several years
witb General Motors Overseas
Division. : , : "..

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singing with all the 'charm and
aplomb at his command while in.
one corner c tha nightclub a fight
involving at leist a dozen charact- ;
ere rated,' ind one customer wag. 4.
cracked over, the skull with a bot.
-
Brewn's reitaurant; whclh -Was
backed by' a lot of show folk,' '84
up -up, for, grabs,, and the Comi,
poser's. landlord is looldng for k
new tenant, Nick ? Castle, wilt.
stage the new 'act for Gary Crosb0
and his, brothers. And speak- 4.4
ing of the Gmarter's Ulu 1.
likely' that Bing will take the -newbahy
and nurse to- Michigan 7 to
mama Kathy Grant oft the
1 locition ot "Anatomy' of a
lacH The gitl Kathy teplaaid t
lin that 'film. Lit McCrae, it back
in New:York,' modeling
to Prminger diocoverld her -end
goad her for the tole, but some,
thing went, wrong and -,116 decided
to' bliO, Kathy, instead. :
. 4
Chita Rivera's, pair' report that ,,
she's terribly 'unhappy in : London
where'. olut'e appearing with !fWest
Side Story" 4.,-so ,homesick
return. le soon as her 1, contract
Permits." liquor firm that..., ,'
hired, Hens Conreid- to pose for
a big .ed endorsing.martinis made
with Ito gin obviously don't know
how he feels about alcoholic.-
veragetr,When he appeared on the 1
Jack ,,, Pear ohow recently,- he
made b lengthy speech explain- ''
int. why, he bad no 'use' for drink.
ing. Sinclair, Robinson,. over
whose lost love Betty Jean Davis
killed herself, -his found new ','
romanctDorothy Premme. a se.;
Critary it the Explorers Club. ;
"him Paul Joittl'. inust 1114
Cost trillion bucks; PAging from
the epulent, grgeor interiors
representing Vriailles aid' the'
Imperial Court- of Russia,t Money
for the flicker was put ug Iv' du..
Ponta, Rockefeller, etc,, with
Jean Pierre Autnont g I i n
through the seouences ,as Lou'i
XVI and Bette Davie grandly por-
traying Catherine the Great.:

' The n west novel with a proVo-
Wive (to put it gently) theme .is
''Sam,'- by Lonnie Coleman, who
wrote 'Rot Spell.' The latter was
made into a 'Rini' with Shirley:
Both and' Anthony Quinn: but it's
hard to figure out tow they'll ever
translate "Sam' into something
suitabla for celluloid. Diana
1Dorsand her new busband ;se
to be spending their ,,honeymoon,
at the Den in the Duane. They've
been to- see 'comedian LeonY
Bruce four times kithey.-topk
lheit Vows. .Ted Williams; com complete
plete complete with neck. brace, attended
Erroll Oarner'a las; 'Ictocerti
StoryvM'e 'Boston .0dd, Isn't ''
it, that Errol Flynn didn't accom- ,
pany Fidel Castro to Washing-
tont think -the 'Oriental in-
foence is strong on the Broadway
scene? 'You're right. Actor Ralph :
Meeker is .attencling 41 Chinese.
cooldng school.

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Young People's
Conien:ii,o4;
Al St Luke's

The Young People of ,the Mil MilSiontry
Siontry MilSiontry District of the 'Panama
Canal Zone will hold their. 15th
annual convention at the, Cattle:.
dral of St. Luke; tomorrow.
,Tho convention will open ;with
registration at noon xnd the
opening' service "it 1 p.m.' antrnill r
close with 'special devotions and
installation of the. newly 'elected
officers at p.m.
, Special 'guest of the Warta eon.
vention is the Rev, Richarnt L.
Harbour, executive secretary of
the -division of youth, of the De Department
partment Department of Christian Education
of the' Episcopal Church.
Harbour will speak od the theme:
"Youth's Ministry in the Church."
' Special features 'of the tonven.
tion be" the' reports of youth
work, a study of the corporate
acts,- cdoption of projects and
stuffy program tor 195940 and
election of officers at 8 p.m. the
annual youth banouet will be (
held, and Bishop R. Herber Goode
v411 the 'pedal speaker.,
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Til;rilbrors,efandYevuarcatefamy-o "'77, stlidies in' insuranch tr. tiii" Cbfi: bf, the' Episcopal 'Church. Fre 1
quarters. pn ee tram rtu,. Ty 71, 7 77, ,,
tinental National Insurent6 '.1,ns-, ktarbour will sheik on the theme:
; !'''.--.."116:' --'' .. 'tv .11;.....m.....he whole fa.mily villi enjeyl
...for that clean, fresh feeling
,,,i,411.- Irs,N '1;12 AllIG; i'''''''. titute, The couree, which is of "Youth's Ministryin the Church" ';
',,, ', '11 .11 the feeling of freshness which..
Your Fire Department, upon ' two-iiionthXduratiolf, 'Is" tiirt- ef 'Special features 'of the .totiven.
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cre...., 40,:..,;,,,,,
aorta-of ,youth .,.
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k, studythtfrethe corPorate ,',,,
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' United States', and several years, :mod youth banquet will be' (
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4, .. 1 : ,:,.,,, ....:.,,.,,, g 3,,,, nothi" in. 1114111 1451:. ii, al possessions.
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'' beautiful steceAttor colors! '
, , gpeing voncert will be presentel, .,:..
tonight by, the orchestra and glee ;.,.- .: ,. ,., :,;:i!;:::-,'i-:';,e. ,a::, fart 1
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LINCOLN, Neb.- (UPI)-;-The Nel :Beck and Marsh,' who together
brasko PardonBoard, Oda re with,ailing Gov. Ralph G.-Brooks
fused to spare the life of mass comprise -the Pardon Board, lis liskiller,
killer, liskiller, Charles Starkweather and tened to the red-haired killer for
ordered his death in-the electric 20 minutes-in-the-Nebraska State
chair on May 22. ', Penitentiary. ,Almost .as soon as
'The bandy-legged slayer ot,11 Starkwe,ather,' 20,' bad'l stopped'
persons pleaded -remorsefully ,,for talking, the board members de deeds
eds deeds life before Attorney, General nied hint hope.',-, k:
C. S. Beck,and Secretary of StatA They .refused -to commute 'his
prank marsh. - Cente,nce to. We irnPrisonment and
"Before, 1 didn't think much of instead decreed that,Starkweatheri
it, but 'life is. now. worth some- should die ,between the hours of
thing,'1 the' ex-garbege collector it cm., and S, p,mk 30 days from fromsaid
said fromsaid in a soft, faltering voice. Tuesday.: ',
"I'm sorry for; what I, did. ,If k ,
there was- a way -1 could: bring the Pardon ''Boird's-e, decision
them ,k ,k AexlisISted Starkweather's re re"Where
"Where re"Where ,thero ALAIN' ,-there ,91. courses in the courts of Nebraska.
hope. cur The state,SupreMe Coin't Ilea' al al-
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;. ." plea ior lifeand Gov 'Brooks has
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Three scrapping.. Panamanian 1958. : ;, 1,, .,,,.: ,, ,.., :,... ,
Women wound up ,1n Balboa Mag. -', ..- , '. r 1
istrate's Court today after .one of -,Starkweather,1 then' Illg; ... began I
the trio charged the ','..other ;two his -.career as a murderer, in De-
With battery, and at witnessing eember, 1957, with the slaying 'of I
Balboa police officer added the e envies :station ntthndint. In
eharge of disturbing the peace. January,, he wiped out the moth moth'rwo
'rwo moth'rwo of the wonten were' fined er, father, and, sister of his .14-
,15 each on; the- disturbing the year-old girl friend, Cern' rugate,
peace charge, while the battery With 'Caril at his side, Stark-
complaint as dismissed for warOweather was off on a '. murder
of sufficient, evidence; , ., 01 rampage which .. ended with his
,,, ',1 ,, tapture on, a highway near,Doug near,DougThe
The near,DougThe alleged fracas 'took place, laso wye., on jaw. 19, less than
about 3 a.m. last Monday morn! an hour. after las iltit 'murder..
hig at the Curundu, Road "W He and Corn fiere bothtried
Club near Albrook 'Field. Julia and convicted on ,charges ef kill killKowalczewski,
Kowalczewski, killKowalczewski, who signed the bat ing Robert. Jensen, Xf, -of Bennet,
tery charge, accused the two wo- Nab, she received ,a life 4edome
men of assaulting her in the club's and -he was sentenced t die. Ap Apladies'
ladies' Apladies' room, peals, to the 'state Rupreme Court
At this point all three emerged and the' Pardon Board delayed. the
kito plain view, in the 'clubroom executiOn date.,,..,' 1- .,
whereupon one of the ladies began , p,. ...,-.i. !-,
brandishing. a chair. :
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Balboa police officer Felipi Ca- ,,,, ,t
tobon, off duty, Was in the club ";','.
it the time and ,. arrested, the , ,! ,
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ladies to preVent at further may- ' ' ,..
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kept. His formal c o m p I a i n t- , '
tharged the two women with dis , .11
turbing the peace "with loud and 47.
knusual noises and by offensive Authorized
tonduct."
In assessing the' fine Judge , ' .,1
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ladies their conduct, had ,been , :xpli,
Ungraceful and warned them a .. .. ..,i 41 .0-
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tall for a, much,"stiffer penalty. -.', owla
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tought to- this country "by a So Sot
t Sot scientist hen enebled U. S.
leologista 'to, identify a hitt krto
knknown mineral found -in Wyo Wyoping,
ping, Wyoping, the' government disclosed
Tuesday.
The gift was a qample.of an,ex an,exlremely
lremely an,exlremely rare mineral' enlief la,
tuntsovite. By comparing ;Itiwititt
Ike 'unknown mineral' discov discovtred
tred discovtred in Sweetwater, County, Okla.,,
Emerican scientist Wert aNe to
entify the U.S. discovery es la lantsovite.
ntsovite. lantsovite. A spokesman for the U. S. 'geo 'geological,
logical, 'geological, auryey called the Soviet
tift "a remarkable-illustration of
bternational cooperation." He
laid it wouldthrow Valuable light
In the naturee of the green Aiver
til shale formation winds' eztends
oril, WY011119g Into goloretio. an4,
tah. ,,,, ,. ,, , .,. 4.
The spokesmaA sa.idthe mineral'
las no known economic impor imporlance,
lance, imporlance, except perhaps- as .a Title
b underground riches in the form
if minerals associated with it. In
ippearance, be said, it is a
'beautiful,,, golden, topaz yellow."
A report issued by the geologi geologial
al geologial survey said the sample of la la1,
1, la1, untsovite was brought here by
rof. K. A, Vim, of the Soviet
licademy of Science when he at atbnded
bnded atbnded a meeting ,of the Ceologi Ceologital
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- INGLEWOOD, Calif.' (UPI)
Mitzi- Dore,, burlesque's Don't
Care Girl' who police said at,
tempted ( suicide by gulping an
overdose of tranquilizing pills
while on an airliner, remained. in
critical condition today at Dan Daniel
iel Daniel Freeman ,flospitaL
'attractive red-haired strip stripper
per stripper from Alexandria,,Va., was
found in, a stupor in the 'women's
restroom aboard ad American Air Airlines
lines Airlines plane froniWashington
abont a half hour before it land landed
ed landed at Los Angeles.
Miss Dore, 32, carried a note
addressed to Fred Raulin of Wash Washington.,
ington., Washington., It said:,.
"Dear Fred, Rope you marry
Nancy and will live happy ever
after. I just can't go on living.
Life io meaningless for me.
When I reahzed I loot you, I
wouldn't want to stay in your
Ivay. But just can't, Love is not
what it is. my love, Mitzi.'
Raulin was unavailable for com comment
ment comment in Washington, but his fa father
ther father said:4 "'Fred doesn't want
anything to do with her. 'rho less
litzlitear about that girt the betterI
ow she doesn't belong in this
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bounced thati' anl Armr sergeant'
who was. given "a,- transfusion vof
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given the wrong transfusion dur during
ing during a bone graft' operation and'
stbffered a s''transfusion reaction,.
theospital said yesterday,
Investigation into : the transit',
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LINCOLN, Neb.- (IIPI),-;-The Ne- Beck and Mark', who together ''' - .,.,', ,,,- bounced that, an" Armr sergeant .; -,"-" --t I I II Lo '4,-,
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chair on May 22. -' ,-,..1"',- ,-,' -. Penitentiary. Idmost as soon as hil irli e remainled in Sgt. Illy. Bateman,' 28,a medl- A cotwolitis a poth'from anti-' '"--"'''''" Pa6ment,and SAVE Half aDallar -, -., ,....
'The bandy-legged slayer of 11 Starkwe,ather,' 20, Ind..; stopped w .e on an a n r, t 1, eal ,corpsman at the hospital, was gossip's bodt door to another's. ,'
critical condition today a an- THiS oPpagT Ntrt UNTIL THE 30th OF APRIL 1959 ;
persons pleeded remorsefully ,,for talking, the board members de- ial Freeman , given the wrong transfusion dur- -,, ', ,,, I '' --,
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ate life before Attorney, General nied hint hope.".:, t ,-.' r,. ,, ,,,1 1; b0110 graft operation and ,, .,,
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there was- a way ,I could: bring , the Pardon ''Boird's,e, decision fered in an automobile accident armouneed today. '
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With battery, ana ,,11 --witnessing cember, 1957; with the slaying 'of terni,17,- , ,, ,, ,, ----' "- '- --,
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United Press International buded
By ANPA Aid In Lowering Rates

NEW YORK (UPI) United
Press International was commend commended
ed commended in the American Newspaper
Publishers Assn.' convenfron yes yesterday
terday yesterday for taking the lead in par.
ticipating actively in a Federal
Communications Commission in investigation
vestigation investigation of rates for leaaed
teleprinter services.
'rhe FCC inquiry into American
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Western Union rates and regula regulations
tions regulations now is in .its fourth year.
The United Press intervened, itt
an effort to guard against in
creased rates, in July, 1958, when
the only other intervenors were
the federal government and Aero Aeronautical
nautical Aeronautical Radio. 1
Addressing the pblishers in
general session of their 73rd an annual
nual annual meeting, Amory H. Bradford,
vice president of the New York
Times and chairman of the ANPA
Press Communications Committee,
said:
"The United Press originally in intervened
tervened intervened and really broke the
ground for us."
The ANPA intervened in the in investigation
vestigation investigation last summer. The FCQ
granted "interim" increased rates,
to the communications companies
last Dec. 2. The increases were
considerably less than ',the com companies
panies companies requested.
Bradford told the convention that
the cost of communications to the
American press totals about i6
million dollars a year.
In the international field, he
said, Press Wireless, a semi-cooperative
company, has succeeded
in preventing any increase in the
rate for press traffic for 10 years1
"a record whicb cannot be
matched for any other services
we buy."
Bradford said there is no special
lower press rate within the United,
States tor press communicabons
except telegraph.
"There would seem to be little
justification for not applying. this
principle to 'rya and telephone
service, and also to telegraph and
telephone circuits leased by the
press," he added.

RALLY FOR CASTRO
NEW YORK (UPI) The mall
in Central Park will be turned
over.to oupprters of Fidel Cas Castro
tro Castro Friday night for a giant rallY,
for the Cuban prime minister,
Mayor Robert F. Wagner an announted
nounted announted yuterday.

SCOUTS Tlit-U1KIntermediate Girl' Scout Troop 37 increased ;Its 'membership when Br e Troop 76, a tip cere cere,
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Brownie leader Mra Betsy Blven,, Bromie' leader Mrs. Mary Boyd,, Intermediate leader Mrs.- Martha, Spirmy,- Linda Hellmtmd,'
Sandra Bowen, Sandra ShirleY, Barbara Dultall, Kneeling are Maly Azut Winklosky, Helen Waldren, Marsha Helinnuid and Susan
Wallace. In the front row are the new Intermediats Scouts, Zoe tam gierman, Cristina Collies, Martha J,alut. aPturtY ,4attins.
Fritts, Janet Stuart,, Diam BoYd, Robertv'McCoy and Suzanne Ilover.., L , '4

Dr. C. C. Abbot, a Man of
wine-ranging Interestamcluct Interestamclucting
ing Interestamclucting not orny SWUM. but itia0
plulOsOpily, cUltare and
ihe and, has writben vwut
autoolograpny wmcn was DAC DACm
m DACm Lamination this week bY
the Canal hone lAorary.
'rile TIM book; "Aaventuree in
the World I eicience" wee an
mterestmg account of Ins ass0-
Clations witn the Smithsonian
institution over tne past 64
years. He was its secretary trom
1928 to 1944.
Readers would find Of Con Consiaeraole
siaeraole Consiaeraole interest Dr. Abbot's
story of his researcri in tne
fielos of solar Dower and weath weather
er weather prediction and of his associa associations
tions associations with the experiments of
world-renovined scientists of the
past 60 years.
The complete list of new books
and their authors follows:
Non-Fiction-- The Century of
Total War, Raymond; T h e
World Traveler's Medical Guide,
Atkins; The New Smorgasbord
Cookbook, Combs; The Waist Waistlegh
legh Waistlegh Culture, Griffith; Elizabeth
the Great, Jenkins; Ribbon
Creek, MceKan: LOst Victories,
Manstein; Writers at Work,
Paris Review; The Peninsula,
R c h; Orpheus at Eighty.
Sheean; and Modern Latin A,
merica, Stark.
Fiction Crescendo, Bentley;
Dear and Glorious Physician.
Caldwell; The Captive and the
Free. Cary; Death Watch, Haw Hawkins;
kins; Hawkins; Bride of King Solomon,
McGehee; Lightning Strikes
Twice, Potts; The Admiral's
Fancy, Styles; The Galloway
Case, Winterton; and ClaireSer ClaireSerrat,
rat, ClaireSerrat, Wylie.
Children's BooksPlay with
Me, Ets; Curious George Gets a
Meday, Rey; F. B. Colby; The
True Book of Schools, Elkin;
Rocks and Minerals. Zirn; Sea Seashores,
shores, Seashores, a, guide to animals and
plants along the beaches.
Added to the Vertical File
Your Social Security, 1959, Las LasserP:anama
serP:anama LasserP:anama Periodical Articles
Exercises: Ranyan Tree. Cocklin.

T. Sgt. Jess Milford, assigned
to 3700th Operations' Squadron at
Albrook APB, has been ehoien
to represent the Air Force at
the 40th annual American Legion
Birthday Ball to be held at the
Fort Amador American Legion
Club Saturday', May 9.
One outstanding non commis.
sloned officer irom each major
servive on the Isthmus Will be
present for, tbe affair honoring
the Armed Services.
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'TOP NCOI.Bgt. Jess ifilford sits with his family David 'Richard, 4 years, Dianna Lynne,
1, and his wire Dolores, after being thoeen'to represent the'Mr Force at' the American' lAgionts0
,e0tri annual Birthday Ball to be held at,Port Amador.,,Top 'NCO's 'from each,' service' will, be'
'vests of honor at the affair. This year's theme' of the ball honors the Armed Cervices in the
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STARTS
TOMORROW

STORY OF THE PEOPLE WHO TOOK THOR JOY, COURACE. AND CREATNESS fROM THE LAND!

;i1")0. FRIDAY 6:15 8:25 SATURDAY 2:30 4:30 6:30 8:30 4o(H-7'",i'l

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Amelia Griffith, 15,
Dies Shortly After
Being Struck DOM

Mrs. Amelia (SugarY Griffith,
died Tuesday night In- the Santo
Tomas emergency room, mtly
half an hour after being struck
down by an automobile as she
was crossing Via Espalia.
A native of Barbados, she had
lived on the Isthmus since 1910
and made her home at House
2334, Third Street, in RIO Abalix
She was 75.
Survivors Include her husband,
William E., a sister? Mrs. Helen
Worrell; six children, Mrs. Olga
Morris, Mrs. Editha Moore, Mrs.
Doris Sealy, Lionel, Theophilul
and Godfrey, her sons-in laws,
seven grandchildren, three great
grandchildren, several nices and
a nephew.
Funeral arrangements will 'be
announced at a later date.

1 Comer a Club ,s
Annual Party
Nxt Saturday
me Diablo Camera Club
hold' its annual party in the ball
room of the Tivoli Guest House
Saturday evening. Members and
their guests will enjoy a steak
dinner, and music by Lucho.
The winners of the club's am
nual color slide competition will
be announted and the elides
projected with commentary., The
exhibit of 245 slides wag judged
by the Photographic Society of
America. Club annual award
bons will be awarded, the
ning slides.
Also to be'.' annolinced during
the evening's program will be
the exhibitor In' class AA who
has won the most. points in the
monthly slide competitions 'dining
, the year.
.

Milford, who is an instructor
at base training, was sleeted for
his outstanding military, bearing,
personal appearance, and cheer cheerful
ful cheerful attitude in work with asso assoelates
elates assoelates and in off-duty activities.
Born in O'Bried, Texas, he later
moved to Amarillo and was grad graduated
uated graduated from high school there aft after
er after being active in student body
activities during his junior and
senior years. '','
He enetered the air force in
August, A.9-17 and 'participated in
name at the time he was in ,ba ,basio
sio ,basio training there. Upon comple completion
tion completion of training entered the

administration career floil:
Korea was first overseas
,sissignment from 1952 to 1953
where he was with ,the 4958th
,Fighter Bomber Wing. '-
Milford's next duty was State Stateside
side Stateside at McCoy Air forte Base,
Fla, where he was assigned as
, a ananagenient technician, '" the
Air Force title for what Industry,
calls an efficiency expert.
,
He' arrived on the 1sthmut for
Ms present- tour in 1957.
His off-duty, time Is taken up
between studies at the Balboa
Junior Colleget for a degree :lit
education and .his family David
Richard, 4 years; 'Dianna -Lynne,
ft, and his wife Dolores. Although
a non-smoker, Milford's,,hobby it
collecting ashtrays ,from different
parts of the worklet Res a handy
man with ,, tools toot. and has
carved several tables and, lainps
from mahogany' stumps to add
an unustial louch tet decor'ations
in the home. ', ,1-'
Aside from all this he also con contributes
tributes contributes a widedyreld column on
personnel managemeot to, the'

Air Force Base ilekly newspa
per. His column is titled "Grease
F9r the Wheels."
79th Army Band
To Give,Concert
Thursday Ivening
The 79th' Army Bend will give
an hourlong concert over CP'N CP'NTv
Tv CP'NTv on Thursday evening- be between
tween between 7:30 and -8:30;, MiSgt.
Lloyd A. Byers, Jr. will conduct.
The opening number Will be
a special arrangement called
"Army Medley." Thi 4111 be
followed by a march called
"Band of America" by Paul La Lavelle,
velle, Lavelle, "I Get a Kick Out of
You," "Malaguena," Medley of
Jerome Kern songs by Leidzen,
"Two Guitars," "Great Day,"
"New Moon" selections, "Tam "TamPico,"
Pico," "TamPico," "Holiday for Strings,''
"Rhythm of Rio" and "Nlarch
Chicago Tribune" by Chambers.

N. 1E'. VOrrElkt.' Oi the Internet' Onat General Electric Company,' and Mrs. TOPpen, 'who 'were
visitors in rename, this week,..made a tour ot Miratioree Locke accompanied by Capt. Warner :
Rodirnon. Marine Director and 'representatives ot his company. Seen above on the lock wall
are, from lett tolight, O. Saraquesta, ot the Guardia Company in rename; Mr, and Mrs. Top.
pen: Rodimont and'IL Toppe, Central' MIMI Representative of 'the International General
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tVA,61111NIGTOlf (UPI) -- Prost Prostdent
dent Prostdent Eisenhower and GOP con congressional,
gressional, congressional, leaders agreed yister yisterday
day yisterday that ',the highway, construe.
tion program will be in grave
danger if the Democratic con congreas
greas congreas 'refuses to increase the fed..
oral tax or
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that federal grants to the :Oates
for the interstate highway pro..
gram may Ms cut off after July-1
tiniest the' Democratic steered
Congress .hikes the gasoline tax
from to 412 per cent at, the
President requested.
HOuse. GOP Leader Charles
Halleck (Ind.) told Eisenhower
duHng the 'weekly ,White House
legislative conference that be saw
no indication the Democrats in intended
tended intended to raise the, gasolinelat.
Halleck said thil also applied to
Eisenhower's appeal,- ,for higher
postal rates. 4 ,e
Halleck' and other leaders I1NO
advised the President that fuhlic
reaction was beginnint to plow
down Delliteritig demands ,Ifor
"eseessivel;spending' for Such
things as: housing, aid to educe.
tion And water pollution control..
Halleck said the ',Democrats
were starting to cut back some),

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thaiged By Nol

WASHINGTON' (UPI) A Ne,
gro Communist leader told House
Investigators yesterday. t e
should, be investigating the "mur.
der of Negroes in the ,South"
instead of, "prying' into his 'poll.
The Nigro, Williern torenzo'Pat.
terson of New York,' general man,
agr of the Communist. $unday
Worker, clashed angrily with
membfTs of the House Committee
on UN-American Activities.
Conimittee Chairman Francis
E. Walter (1)-Pa.) told Patterson
it was .4() -the everlaating credit
of the colored people in the Unite
ed Statea". that. Thep-were not
"deceived' by Patterson's writ.
Ines About, civil Tights strife.
Patteraon snapped 4hat Ale did
not like Walter's 'gratuitous in.
sults.' Ile angrily told,,Walter that
the 'inurdef' and 'denial of civil
rights" ,to Negroes in the 'South
were ,I'dltected by men like your yourself,'
self,' yourself,' :
'We' ,don't Care, about that,'
Waltee, retorted. "You've shed
enough' ProcOdile tear& this morn.
attetson was summoned to tee
tify on it bill to give the State
DepartMent, more discretion in
;withholding passports for travel
abroad. The measure was Prompt."
eft: by a'Supreme Court ruling that
the -department Cannot deny a
eltizen ,s va'ssport solelyi because
of his political association!.
Patterson challenged 'the au.
thority-of the group to hold such
hearings- and said any legislation
that might result would Violate the
enatitutionar tight to travel."'
,Patterson,' Who has been .asso.,
elated with'Cominunist organize;
tions for. at least 30 years,- even
refused to the committee
whether be, had ever been a Red;
.,-"You have no right to ask such
nuestion,'" be -aid., Ordered to,
ailsweri he again declined" con.
tending that the constitution guar guarente6(1,him
ente6(1,him guarente6(1,him the rinht to ,hold what.
ever. nolitical beliefs be Fhose.

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but not 'enough:11e pledged the
GOP to redouble its efforts ,to
keep these and other programs in
line with the: preSident's '4960
budget recommendations.
In this connection, Senitte GOP
Leader Everett M. Dirksen
said a recent' effort by' the Chi.
cago Tribune to measure public
sentiment on 'the President's bal
aimed (- budget had I produced a
phenomenal response.
-lue said 'that, within two dayi
after the, cewspaper ran 'a series
of Inquiries on budgetary balance,
he' received 111,000 forms dinned
from theliewsoaner which reflect,
ett genuine public. interest in, the
problem. --
, ;In discussing the budget proh
leth,1 birksen 411ti
the Rural Electrification Reorgan.
isation Bill, passed by Congress
and awailinti nresidential action,
'an...sample of. .'hed 14)0,
howavertheY. did, not sore.
cast whether the, President would
react lt.
Pe two ieaders ialnisenhow;
er:was fully,ewitro of the "brills
confrontlng the: htghwav building
trodrein. They said there hiltl
Apt. ntr change 'in hitt belief that
g'asolint taxes'. mUst be' increased.

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Of -Civil Rights
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ro Communist Leader

Patterion once had his paseprt
revoked because he traveled to
Hungary in 1930 wihtout State De
partthent
''' Committee couilsel Richard Ar Arene
ene Arene produced a United Press dis dispatch
patch dispatch quothl Pitterson 'listening
a news conference in Prague1thet
the United, States was Da crimi criminal
nal criminal government" on the question
of civil rights. He wall asked it
he, ever ?made, such a statement.
PT,lie United Press has &shorted
end continues to distort statement
by Negroes," he 'said. He aid he
did not recall making the state statemeat.
meat. statemeat. but added that he. did not
see Ate relevancy to the hearing
"whether United Press reported it
or, not." ''
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The ,commtttee brought Out 'that
Patterson was deported from
Canada in VMS on grounds he' was
seeking to overthrow the Canadian
government by force and violence.
- Patterson said he wen to Tenn.
t merely t9 address a mass Meet
int He laid the Canadians deport.
ed him "under pressure' from the
U.S. State Department.
k
aren't tritating the impret
Sion the State Department was
,fighting to bring; you back herei"
Walter asked.e
- !!'Very funny," Patt et iron
snorted,

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PAill -(17Pi) P r e'si dent
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'other OWitir thrOttel Prance earl
next -month 'on -he
people"' : campaign,1 was
nounced yesterday, The tour' will
take him,, through the Volley of
the Aire, 'a-major tourist area,
and to Orleans, where Joan of
Are. won ,her vic,ory over the

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';WASHINGTON The
Daughters of the American. Revo Revolution.
lution. Revolution. urged. by' President. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower to look to the future rather
than the past,' today. began -consideration
of resolutions -including
one sharply. critical t7of the Supra Suprame
me Suprame Court ;
The president' Int o e the
DAR,'', which begout its 68th -Con-,
tinental .Congress last
that 7-he would be unable to it-i
tend'', because of a t "very ,' full,
schedule.", ,;
, .But. hesent ti messageread
to 4,000 corsaget -members follow following"..
ing".. following".. the tradifional march into,
Constitution Balt.
, In his messa ge,. the President
Notified the, :.187,000-member-i..or-,
ganization for' its work in preservl
vert US SA! isociaille tyranny by
he said it was not 'enough to "rest
on -ottr 'traditions."
-"The roots of American' histori
support the actions of the present'
day," the President said, "and
conversely,,,,, tit ,,, ,no ntinuln g
achievements of 'our .peoule nour,-
ish and contribute. to' the ever everenlaTging
enlaTging everenlaTging -traditions of !fur ,' COUlt
, Deligates heard, Gin.
1. Taylort.; Army,: chief 7 of., staff,
survey, the Army's-defense role,
putting special emphasis 'On t for foreign
eign foreign aidto ,which the DAR is
traditionally hostile.
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WASIfiNGTON,(1,111) Half of
the nation's families bed incomes
above 113,030 19511 a, 320 ht.
crease from 1957's median family
income. the 'Commerce Depart.
ment reported. todaye',
But the increase -wag more than
cancelled ,out by rising prices Sft
the early fart of 1953 so that' put.
chasing- Dower of. the families de.
dined slightly,
Averaging developments! fir the
Years 1947.37, the department said
that- real, Atfter,tax income per
family bat risen ,about 134 per
cent .1 year.,
One reason for the steady im.
provement! Was the' growing pro.
portion' of wivett who, work.
- The report also showed there
was Tno change in' 10511 is income
dint:0130qm'; toUrteeft Der cent of
all families and single persons
luid incomes under ONO and live
per cent fell into the $10,000- or
more category,
'The bulk, If the Income ,-unito
fell in the ,middle categories.42
Der ont in the 32.06043499- groun.'
23 ter cent between $4,000 and
33.1tou and 17 per, cent earning
$6,000-37,099.

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1"We -never lose sight," Taylor
said, mot the, fact that eecurity
must 'be truly mutual with very
countrp of the fret alliance con contributing.
tributing. contributing. thereto according to its
Means." -
, Retiring President Mrs. Freda,-
ric A, Groves, in ,a Iteynote ad address;
dress; address; criticized those who would
bind 4,merica "into world govern.
meat by perverting Me treaty
daunt of Mu Constitution, or ton.
vert us to a sicialiat tyranny by
piecemeal promises of,' gifts of
our own money."
;,She also criticized the Ameri,
can Rociety of Newspaper ,Editors,
without naming the organization,
for inviting Cuban Prime Minister
Pdel Castro to address their re recent
cent recent meeting.- She called Castro a
"bloodstained dictator."' :

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sile,yetersn Millsile,yetersn of one rotmd trip
test, flew 1,100 mile' dowd the
Atlantic traeking range eirly
yesterday and again returned
safely to the apt.
,Sbthours after tilt-Sark landed
oit a skid strip here, the Air
Force sent a Bomare Interceptor
missile streaking after a pilotless
target plant in a mock ,onemy
attack. ,;
' The Air. Force said the Bomare
probably would be the last of its
type fired from Cape Canaveral,
indicating the misolle is nearly op.
tuitional. Testing of the new su
per.Bomare with a range of about
400 miles4wice the range of yes.
terday's missileis expected to
begin soon.
The Stiark, like the Bomare
winged weapon, was launched at
3:55 a.m. by m e hers of
the 556th Strategic Missile squad.
ton. Informed sources said it flew
about 1,300 miles before it WU
turned, around by remote control
and broUght back at 3:15
In cetitrait' to the Snark that
made a successful 5,000-mile flight
April 7, yesterciay's Snark was
not an, operational version of the
missile. The UP sources said the
lourpose, of the flight was to lest
highlrecision parts of the SnarIC
The 558tb is :scheduled to move
to Presque Isle, Maine, later this
year and let up the first opera.
tional Snark base. From that base
a Snark could reach deep into
Russia and devastate its terget
with hydrogen warhead.
By lite' bird back,' the
558tb ,saved the Aillidntiollar
sile tor still another flight.
The Bomare is designed to
knesek attacking enemy planes
from the skies. Tuesday's missile
shot into a dense overcast to seek
out itt target, World War II B17
bomber.
Cruising at 2,000 miles an !mu" r
three limes the Snark's speed.
the Bomare was to approach the
tomint" device. Then it was
supposed to veer aWay at the lest
second to lava the 131,1 for future
UPC
The Air Force will continue to
fire the early Bomare models from
Safita Rosa Island, an elaborate
troop' training base, off the upper
West Coat. of Florida.

'Brighten Up Your Days With
DAYBRITE LIGHTING
"The Fixture Deigned With View la Niind"
Ask 'four Dealer For Day Brits.
Day Britt Lightens Incorporated, Panama, 3-1121

Dzi:nso Chief Says',
Nie Hay See Spice
Via Disiovefei III

'...!,,t,AsHING'PON- (UPI) f.ak!'.
United States will try to put mice
into a space orbit within a month
or soand vier trY to get lhem
back alive.
Roy W. 'Johnson, the- Defense
Deportment's' epee. projects
chiet revealed the project in. a
speech last night. He -said the
next Discoverer' satellite, Discov Discoverer
erer Discoverer IILwould have a "biomedl "biomedlcal
cal "biomedlcal apace traveler" aboard.
Jolmsondid not specify what he
meant in address to the Re Republican.
publican. Republican. League of Women' Vot Voters,
ers, Voters, but. a spokesman for the Ad Advanced
vanced Advanced search Projects
agency,' which Johnson heads, lat.
er said ,".mice in ,the plural"
would be involved.
It be the United States'
first attempt to put living, cres cresture
ture cresture into orbit. A mouse rods
across the South Atlantic in the
nose cone of an Atlas missile
some months ago, but died when
scientists failed to recover the
cone.
Johnson left the impression that
an effort would be made to eject
the capsule containing the mice
and return them safely to earth.

Khmshy's Demands
On Jan !Infra!),
Ignored By Govt.

'rola aPI)The Sapanee I
government today ignored de.
monde by Soviet Premier Nikita
S. Khrughthey that Japan adopt al
policy of neutrality And "stop
serving ai the military spring.,
board" for the United States.
IChrushchey's suggestions were
made in a letter in reply to a
ouestionnaire from Ryouuke Hon.
da, managing editor of the Japan
Press Service, The mervice 'moni 'monitors
tors 'monitors and distributes news from
Moscow and Peiping.
The Japanese government re.
fused to comment on tbe letter.
noting that it had cotne through
an unofficial channel. But the on.
position Socialist Party urged the
government to adopt the course
of neutrality suggested by
Kbrughchev.
Political obaervera 'noted the let letter
ter letter came as Japan't political par:
ties opened caminalni. fOr ti se.
ries of important local elections
to be followed by the elections for
a new House of 'Councillors in
July. They believed Khrushchevtg
letter WWI designed to help the
Socialists in the. tortheoming bal.
lotinV

HE FIXED THEM
'JACKSON, Vies: (1:17I)Alayer
Allen Thompson tald he was' al almost
most almost swept,, Into a lake near
Vicksburg In recent thunder thunderstorm,
storm, thunderstorm, but "T thought how many
people would like to see me
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pARis,(17Pil 33-loot Alml youth 'Into tr3mil 10 be. like AI
strip of Brigitte, Bardot scampor-tCspoite4 ,44

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ing- e om er a awe s ey re n s e censors
New York movie goers next week, should ban 'instead of picking on
provided thveensors are not too me and Brigitte."
scandalized..., - He said he had made two trips
' The new Bardot film ("Love Is to New York to battle the censors
Not a Profession") portrays Brig- and still wasn't lure how he
itte as a remarkably Immoral girl would ,make'
who bolds, up a jewelry store and 41--- -
then, seduces,Aone of Paris" Most ,
famous lawyers (Jean Gabin) into
defending her.- FOR TODAY
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The 33:feet in question ---
they really are in question in New
York show Brigitte weiktng
through ,ber bedroom. just after
emerging from a 'bath,
In,Ithe version shown to .blase
Paris, audientes she" is as un undressed
dressed undressed as she was bt the bath bathtub.;
tub.; bathtub.; The ,Paridans never batted
an eye. :
French prioducer Raoul Levy,
who helped his curvaceous star
teach fame and fortune with sim similar
ilar similar undraped scenes in the pelt,
thought the scene was "perfectly
harmless."
The New York censors thought
differently. They ordered the dis disputs('
puts(' disputs(' 33 feet cut out of the Amer Americon
icon Americon version.
Levy came up with a ,solution
he hopes will soothe the censors
although he admits it makes the
scene more provocative.
Pe refilmed the sequence show showl
l showl ,' Brigitte holding a small towel.
af he said, "it's even more sug suggestive
gestive suggestive like that than it was be before."
fore." before." "I just cannot understand Amer Americons,"
icons," Americons," Levy said. "If you elk
hme, it's not pictures of Brigitte
Bardot without any clothes on
that cause ad much juvenile de.
linouency over there. It's all those
Hollywood gangster movies that
are provoking restless American

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'In New York. doesn't copy his physics proleasor's blackboard , g ulker )Ba
lipoint We are' now located in' front of-the Finance Minittiv A 4
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5, totes.) Hi almPt)''Photodrebbs tilm The IsPnstnsrs ands It ,, , F
easier end more accurate to use his miniature camera bt lieu , 4' ) t ;7' 'ft) t
pitture taMnt attar alsall and A eitooutIPP THi POKER PEN COMPANY
, : ot pencil and paper. He does Ms , ,
; has a tideline businm selling prints to olassmates.,. : 4 : a
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auece , maw ,- sne -,v mcmuursto 1 7--p7,00, engine to nos yeller mat r-- -----, ---- ---
More clitelEOTY s. , ,,, ,,, tional Snark bald. trrom MU nese levier was magnet! to nem tne 7.4 HOTEL v
e starting to cut back tomeiI SitsolinelaxeS. Mist beIncreastd.
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with e hydrogetnhiw,
baltrdheabdick,' tbe HE FIXED. THEM ''
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big& By' Ne.gro Co-ninitinit' Le'dei --', ,',---1 '
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- "410, ktuick attacking enemy pienell Vicksburg Ili i recent thunder- AmuloreporNoopi
from the skies. Tuesdayle missile storm, but "I thought how many senaloommonna emu :
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II th Street COILON opposite the Cristobal Commissary '-. ,-
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VASHINGTON (UPI) A Net Patterion once had hispassport '"'
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Communist leader told House revoked because he traveled to
-.kin
BY Uri EATIIIIIT Cruising at 2.000 miles an bnur- , ., 4
estigators '. yesterday, t it eY Htingary in 1950 wihtout State De. ;foie... "', TR Hi -,
uld, be investigating the "mutt. partritenC',permission.'T ", bli mutions of v.p.11 three timet the Snark's speed- , , '
Is ere germs hi et causing itch, paint e M
th Bo are was to approach the
of Negroes in the ,South" ,, P601ine, teni. blackheads ringworm, 'homing" device. Then it was ;
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ad Pt "'prying' into his 'poll- Committee couniel Richard Art etc.n Ordinary remedies only give me.. "'
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. , ,,. ene produced a United Preis dist me tory relief because thet don't kin
the germi that are the real cause of supposed to veer aWay at the lest
second to save the B17 for future ',
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he Nigro,: YiTilliant Lorenzo Pat. patch qnoting Pitterson ass telling 10 mon, skin troubles. NixeMerm utic
1.11111:othess gems and makie your skin
ton of New York,' general man- a. news ,conferenct in Prague1that The Air Force will continue to
of the Communist- Sunday the United, States was- "a crimit thr clearer. softer and more
attractive. Amk tor Nixederm at your fire the early Bom,are models from
drugstore today. and, get rid et tho Safita Rosa Island, an elaborate
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rker, clashed angrily with nal government" on the question
miters of the House Committee of 'civil -rights He wall asked if 111,esum et nsur-Ik'll tnubked1 troop. training base, off the upper
UN-American ,- Activities.. -, he, ever anade-Anich I statement. Tel. 3-7995 Branch
, , I wit Coot. of Florida. t'
Ottidittee Chairman Fronde : ''' : , 7, , 's
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Walter a)-pa.) told Patterson end continues to distort statement - :47 r , z
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the colored people in the- uoit. b?' Negroes," he taid. He Said he 'Brighten up lour Day's :With , .1 ,
cud not recalFmaking' the state. , , 01, , ", 'Pi'
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writ,1 moat. but added that he. did not DAYBRITE LIGHTING (2E CARACA,,
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'atteraon snipped ,that ;he did 9r, not." .' ,, ',-',' : ,- : , "The Fixture Designed With View In' Mind" 1, ')
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like Walter's 'gratuitous int Ask Your Dealer For DayBrite.
Ls' lie angrily told,Walter that ' '' ' ' DayBrite Lightens Incorporated,. Panama, 3-1111
The ,committeit brought out 'that
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Patterson was '.. deported from , ,
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v ; -,., , , to merely t9 address a mass Meet.
IA BO Sis PEOPIE EVERViVIIERE .
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F on ',a bill to give. the State' ed him "'under nressure1 from the ,
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tad. The"measure was Prompt.;
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bY a'Supreme Court 'ruling that Sion the State Department was ,Efl' 4-' ,13E-3L..31
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ten a tassport solely,,beeause "alter isked.e ,-,. -- c , , ,
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his political associations., !wely :tunny," : P a t t e r so n '1, ;tilt ii .tts.. An' "--":nml -; . 7,17-11N, i ,'. ,, ",',o
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ns for. at ieast 30 :yearsc. even other swing' through' France earl , ., , ,, ,oro.-4.,':' i '.,.,-,-:;:.-.7 ,,,si,,f,, t i tit
!used 't to.,- tell the committee next ,,-morith 'ott Atiss,'""meetr -the : ,' ,- I ' ., , , "', ', sviit: -;., --1 .( ,, .,,,,, $ t ,
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iding that the constitution guar.' and' to Orleans, where Joan of ,, , ,' : -', ', , ,' ,' ;,,,. .. , . - I' rj, 4 1111110111.1,- ,,, .;,,, !,'",,' ,
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Ireland to ave the B11 for future ,,
so many skin troubles. Nixederm UPC
kills these gonna and Makes your skin The Air Force will continue to '-
smoother, clearer. softer and more it
attractive. Ask for Nixederm at your 41
drugstore today, and get rid of the SarleittaneRedadrillYPeCIRMIlda,"111111dgellittrdre 1
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toy JOHN G. DIETRICH
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Tomy Lee, Fred Turner Jr.'s
handsome hopeful from England,
headed a field of nine Kentucky
Derby eligibles named for Thurs Thursday's
day's Thursday's running of the $25,000 Blue
Grass Stakes, the Derby prep
that traditionally winds up Keene Keeneland's
land's Keeneland's spring meet.
The Imported son of Tudor Min Ministrel
istrel Ministrel will carry top weight of 12d
'pounds, including Willie Shoe Shoemaker,
maker, Shoemaker, over the mile and one
eighth distance, which should
prove whether or not he has the
stamina to matcch his unques unquestioned
tioned unquestioned speed.
top challengers, Claiborne
Farm's Dunce and John W. Gal Galbreath's
breath's Galbreath's Benbecula, each drew
'121 pounds, while W. M. Ingram's
Derby dark horse, Scotland, was
assigned 123.
Dunce Perking up

$ Others entered and their as assigned
signed assigned weights were Quantrell,
Bernmattar, That Black One, and
Sputnik, aLl at 44 and the COS COSn
n COSn one, 117.
Tomy Lee, with a big victory
in this one, could run himself
right into Kentucky Derby favor favoritism.
itism. favoritism. won $213,460 for Turner as
a 2-year-old and last Friday set
a new Keenedand record of 1.21-
3-5ths for seven furlongs to re

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By 50B EVANS
NEW YORK (UPI) Sugar
Ray Robinson was told yester yesterday
day yesterday by the Newl York Supreme
Court he must sign for a title de defense
fense defense against CarmenBasilio with within
in within the next 15 days or risk being
stripped of his world middleweight
crown.
Justice Saul Streit, in banding
down the decision, ruled that
robinson's tax problems were no
excuse.

'',"The details ot these problems
are not disclosed," the judg
said, "but it would seem to be
obvious that a ch-ampion's tax
problems can not justify his in indefinite
definite indefinite retention of a champion championship
ship championship title without fighting in its
defense."

Rey Has No Comment
;
.13usy making funeral arrange arrangeMents
Ments arrangeMents for his sister who died ear

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June Allyson
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:Court Orders Ray Robinson

Defend Agahlst ,Basilio

Castro Promises
To Do 'Anythitig'
To Keep IL In Cuba

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move any doubts sbout his speed.
The other.' in the 'field will have
to earn their Derby tickets in this
one, by turtling in at least credi creditable
table creditable showings.
Dunce, a good-looking son of
Tom Fool, hasn't developed the
form anticipated from his 2-yearold
season, but has perked up
lately and ran a sharp second to
Calumet Farm's On-and-On in a
six furlong dash last week, then
worked out the extra furlong in
1:22 2-5. Steve Brooks was ex expected
pected expected to ride Dunce.
Hartack On Scotland
Benbecula, which will be ridden
by Bill Boland, ushed Tomy
to that track record before losing
by 3,2 lengths but znay not have
the endurance for this one, let
alone the Derby.
Scotland ran third in that, pine
race will have Bill Hartack up for
the Blue Grass. Other jockeys will
be Jim Combest on The Chosen
One, Joe Ruane on Sputnik, Chris
Rogers on That Slack. One, John Johnny
ny Johnny Heckman ,on Bernmattar, and
Joe Sellers on Quantrell.

The Blue Grass Stakes, first
run in 1911, has been won by sach
outstanding horses as Round
Table, Bull Lea, Coaltown and
Bubbling Over, but no Blue Grass
winner has gone on to capture the
Kentucky Derby since Shut Out
did it in 1943.

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.lier this week, Robinson said he
had "no comment" upon learning
of the court's finding.
Streit's decision, in effect, up upheld
held upheld the .rn ling. of the New, York
State Athletic Commission' winch
insisted that Itobitton 0106 sign
this month for a title defense
against Basilin or risk forfeiture
of the crown he Won by outpoint outpointing
ing outpointing the same Basilio at Chicago,
March 25, 1958.
Robinson has not defended his
title since then and when the
commission threatened to vacatc
his title if he did not sign Jot a
bout withNegro April 15.
Sugar Ray got his dander up and
asked the court to issue a restrain restraining
ing restraining order.

"I won the title in the ring,"
Robinson declared before petition petitioning
ing petitioning the court, "and no one sho ild
have a right to take it away from
me outside the ring."

Would Lose Money
Martin Machat,' ftobinson's at attorney,
torney, attorney, cited several reasons why
his client had not risked his tit!e
during the past 13 months. One of
the key reasons was that Sug,,r
Ray was in the high income
bracket.
"He would practically commit
suicide to fight again," Machat
argued before Justice Streit last
Friday, "because he would have
to pay the government a dollar
and two centarfor every dollar he
got."
Machat added that suspension
of Robinson's title would "de "deprive
prive "deprive him of his property rights"
and that thes commission has "no
jurisdiction" to vacate a world
title.

NEW YORK (UPI) Cuban
Pritne Minister Fidel Castro said
yesterday he would do anYthivg
"even piteti"---to keep the 01-
ban Sugar Kings baseball tetun
from transfetring to Jersey City,,
N.J., for fifiancial reasons.
havie to avoid that," the
beadded Caltro said when told of
the possibilit of a transfer. "We'll
do everything possible. even
pitch for theni )1 necessary."
The stociftlders of the Cuban
Sugar Kings i'Voted Tuesday mi,ht,
to reopen talks with Jersey City,
officials' on moving their Interna
tional League franchise. The
stockholders blamed mounting,
losses.

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GOZDILIA
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THE MAN TALK
TO MYSH
with James; Stewart

By LLOYD' BERTO JOSEPH

Final Series
Mauricio 1 1 .500
Dipal 1 1 .590
A crowd of 500 watched Mau Mauricio's
ricio's Mauricio's iron arm ace Lew Hilzin Hilzinger
ger Hilzinger best Dipal's once invincible
Ausmus, 2-to 1, to even the fi final
nal final series of Panama Major Soft Softball
ball Softball League Tuesday. night..
Hilzinger's line drive homer to
right centerin the fourth, one of
the most solid hits Ausmus has
given up in Santa Rita- P a r k,
was the big difference in Tues Tuesday's
day's Tuesday's contest and Ausmus' first
loss in Panama City competition.
Dipal tallied their lone run in
the second. Ausmus got the first
of two passes issued by Lew in
the game, advanced to second
on a wild pitch, moved to third
on Girdieston's infield out and
scored on Julio Trotman's line
single to center.
Ausmus fanned four batters In
the third and the Sportsmen tied
the score. Brathwaite struck out
to open the frame. Marcelino
de Obalbia legged out a tap to
third, went to second on a pass
ed ball from where he watched
Mertes go down via the strike strikeout
out strikeout route, stole third while Lou
Lindo was working Al for a base
on ball and scored as catcher
Girdleston missed Aikman's third
strike, recovered and threw into
right field. "Tut" Brown whiffed
to end the inning.
Several good plays interspersed
the thriller. Mauricio contributed
two dolible plays to halt the Di Dipalistas
palistas Dipalistas rallies and they' in turn
cut loose with a twin killing. The
fielding gems were Malcolm's
one hop throw to the plate in the
third to nip the fast running Jules
for one of the twinkillings and
Reyes' grab of Hilzinger's bunt
fly and throw to double Lopez off
first in the second.

The box score:
Dipal
Urriola, 2b
De Souza, ss
Reyhs, lb
Hoiligan,
Ausmus, p
Girdleston, c
Trotman, 3b
Remon, cf
Jules, rf

AB R H PO A E
200100
300100
301410
301000
210010
300802
201000
100200
201200

Totals 1. 4 18 3 2
Mauricio AR R H PO A E

Mauricio AR R H PO A E
Lindo, 2b 200410
Aikman, ss 300140
Brown, rf, If 3 0 0 0 0 0
Lopez, c 1301210
Hilzinger, p 211010
Malcolm, cf 200310
Brathwaite, lf, rf 2 0 0 1 0 0
De Obaldia, 3b 2 1 1 0 3 0
Huertas, lb 2 0 0 10 0 0

Totals 21 2 3 21 11 0

Dipal 010 000 0-1 4 2
Mauricio 001 100 x-2 3 0
Suni m a ry
Home run; Hi lzinge r. Two
Base Hit: Holligan, Junes. Runs
Battes In: Hilzinger, Trotman.
Double Play: Aikman t o Huer Huertas;
tas; Huertas; Reyes to Urriola; Malcolnk
to Lopez. Struck out: By Hilzin Hilzinger
ger Hilzinger 1; By Ausmus 7. artzed
Runs: Off Hilzinger Off Aux Auxmus
mus Auxmus I. Bases On Balls: Off Hil Hilzinger
zinger Hilzinger 2; Off Ausmus I. Stolen
Base: De Obaldia. Passed Ball:
Girdleston. Wild Pitch: Hilzinger.
Sacrifice Hit: Urriola. Umptres:
Matheny; Cumberbatch, Barrows..
Hormechea. Time of Game: 1 hr.
7 min.

Wafer Safety
Ingructors Council
To Hold Meeting

Coach Larry Horine, Canal,Zone
water safety chairman, has en.
nounced a meeting of the instruc instructor's
tor's instructor's council.
Instructors, both professional
and volunteer, representihg,differ-,
ent areas in. the ,,C.Z0 will, meet
together next Wednesday- 'might
The meeting,will be held ion .the'
Balboa High-,, ROTC projection
room at 7:30.'4 1 '''
Representing, the Gold Coast
will be Larry Ames from Galan.
Donald Conners will come from
Gainboa and,,IMiss Pat Batiey
from Balbou
The special; services' officers o
FL Clayton and. Ft,. Amador are
the process vt selecting appro appropriate,
priate, appropriate, personnel for the meeting.
Mrs. Mary, Roberts and head
life gtiard,:: Dive, Sigler, both of
Ft. Kobbe, VIII also attend.
Mrs. :Virginia 4,0ming, who has
been extremely active in youth
'Work at Ft.,,Clanton, rill lend
her servieee.e,,',
Last; but' not' ,least; Albrook
will send LLRiehard Betroin, to
the gatherin14,'
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look worse than to In 11;e7.,its. 'pitch 'pitching
ing 'pitching collapse.
Both Propositions were denion denionstrated,
strated, denionstrated, dra'matically last night
when, the Yankees and Braves
scored brilliant victories on- the
strength of..their pitchint and the
Cincinnati' Reds and Kansas City
Athletics suffered humiliating de defeats
feats defeats through inability to hold big
early leads.-
Ford, pitching perhaps the finest
'game of Ms career, limited the
'Washington to seven bits and
struck out 15 batters in a 1-0, 14-
inning victory while Burdette, off
to one of the fastest starts of his
career, out-dueled Robin. Roberts
to defeat the Philadelphia Phillies,
2-0. The Yankees thus kept the
pressure on the front-running
Cleveland Indians in the Americin
League race and the Braves kept
their lead in the National League
chase.
And what poor Mayo Smith of
the Reds and Harty Craft of the
Athletics would have given for
just a tiny bit of that kind of
pitching!
Smith sat back comfortably when
his, Reds scored six runs in the
third inning and led, 7-0, at the end
of five innings. Then he groaned in
despair as the Pittsburgh Pirates
rallied to tie with seven runs in the
seventh and went on to win, 9-8, on
a ninth-inning single by Rocky
Nelson.
Craft was living It up like Casey
Stengel when his Athletics ran up
a 6-1 lead on the Chicago White
Sox after two innings. But the
White Soxrttined his night by ral rallying
lying rallying to lead', 8-6,' after six innings
and the Men' him crushed when
and then left him 'erusyed when
one hit batsman, three errors and
one solitary single in the seventh
frame for a 20-6 triumph.
The Indians walloped the Detroit
Tigers, 104, for their eighth win 1
in nine games and the Boston Red'

LEADING
HITTERS

(Based on 20 at bats)
National League
G AB R H
Aaron, Mil. 8 34 8 17
Alou, S.F. 10 41 7 16
Demeter, L.A. 10 39 9 15
Cepeda, S.F. 12 52 10 20
Banks, Chicago 10 39 7 14
Pinson, Cinci. 9 39 9 14
Cimoli, St .Louts 11 42 8 15
Crandall, Mil. 7 26 5 9
Dark, Chicago 7 29 6 10
Zimmer, L.A. 11 38 4 13
American League
Kaline, Detroit' 9 38 2 16
Power, Cleve. 9 36 10 15
Howard, N.Y. 7 27 3 11
Fox, Chicago 9 45 4 18
Strickland. Cle. 9 31 6 12
Bertola, Wash. 10 42 8 16
Finigan. Balti. 9 25 3 9
Tashy, Balti. 10 39 9 14
Bridges, Detroit 9 34 2 12
Runnels, Boston 9 92 5 11

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Triandos, Orioles 7 14
Skowron, Yankees 12
Held. Indians 10
' Aparicio, White Sox 10
Mifloso, Indians 9
Stephens, Red Sox
Strickland, Indians

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PITCHERS

anameppono, wmannia

Pct.
.500
.390
.385
.385
.359
.359
.357
.346
.345
.342

.421
.417
.407
.400
.387
.381
.360
.359
.353
.344

Unme Minx
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Demeter, Dodgers 8
Cepeda, Giants
Alm Giants 4
Banks, Cubs 4-
Mathews, Braves 3
Robinson, Reds 3

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Held, Indians 3
Triandos, Orioles 34
Milk's. Indians
Yost, Tigers 3
Power, Indians
Bertota, Seantors 3

(Basod on 2 or more docishms)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W Pct.
Antonelld, Giants 3 0 1.000'
Burdette, Braves 3 0 1.000
Fowler, Dodgers 2 0 LOW,
Spahn, Braves 2 0 11)00
Klippstein, Dodgers 2 0 s 1,000
Hobble, Cubs 2 0 1.000
-
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Ford, Yankees 2 0 z 1.000
Bell, Indians ff 6. 2 1.000
MeLish, Indians 2 0 1.000
Ferarese, Indians 2 0 1.000
Larsen, Yankees 2 0 1.000
,

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- )3y FRED DOWN .0 ;71!'l
, NEW YORK; Alnit,23 axiomatii
that the New York'Yardtees and, Milwaukee. Braves
rever look more like' charapions thin When' Whitey
Ford and Lew Burdette iirethrowinirgoose-eggs at
the- opposition. ,
And, It's equally true that nothlo35 b9tt tipiii!timors ryes, 8-

ISox beat.tkiBiltimore Orioles, 8-
14, in the ,Other American League
games. The, Saw'. Francisco Ma 0t8
Idowned the Los Angeles Dodgers,
11-3, In. 'the other. National Leatue
'game.
.Bill Skowron broke up the three threehour
hour threehour and-40-mitiute marathon With'
a homer off Stobbs with one out in
the 1,4th 'Ford; who-hai
yielded one mein 23 inningti this
season, struck out 11 batters in
the first nine innings and yielded
only three hits over the last 10 in innings.
nings. innings. Bill Fischer, 28-year old
right-hander. matched Ford's shut shutout
out shutout pitching before giving way to
Stobbs in the llth.
Burdett., now 3-0 for the sea season,
son, season, pitched an eight-hitter to
give the Braves their sixth win,
in sevin genies; Roberts held the 4
Braves hitless for six innings but
singles by Wes Covington; Frank
Torre and Del Crandall broke the
tie in the seventh and Bill Bru Bruton
ton Bruton homered to clinch In the
eighth. The loss squared Roberts'
record at 1-1.
Nelson broke up the Pittsburgh PittsburghCincinnati
Cincinnati PittsburghCincinnati shindig with a ninth-inning
single that scored Bill Virdon
and gave the Pirates their second
straight win after five losses. The
Reds kayoed Bob Friend in a
run third-Inning and nicked up an another
other another run in the fifth but the Pi Pirates,
rates, Pirates, paced by Virdon's three-run
homer, splurged for seven to tie
the count in the seventh. The Reds
led'again after Gus Bell's eight-inning
homer but Orlando Pala and
Hal Jeffcoat couldn't hold the
lead.

Nelson rex drove In five runs
with four hits and Luis Aparitio
knocked in four with three blows
but the 'bulk of the White Sox' huge
scoring total resulted from 13
walks and four errers. Buck Shaw
shut out the Athletics with three
hits over the last 7 1-3 innings to
win his first game. Bud' Daley suf suffered
fered suffered the loss although Tom Gor Gorman
man Gorman (charged with six runs with without
out without getting a man out) and George
Brunet (walked fiso-batters antd
one) were the real- victims of thel
11-run White Sox' inning.
Homers by Jim Pierson, Rocky
Colavito and Gono Look account accounted
ed accounted for seven Cleveland runs and
Gary Boll.spacod out seven De Detroit
troit Detroit hits as the Indians contin.
tied their earlyseason slugging.
Seven Indians had two hits each.
The loss,Was the Tigoiss eighth'
in nine gimes.
Jackie Jensen's four hits and
three bv Frank Malzone snear snearheaded
headed snearheaded Boston's attack and Mur Murray
ray Murray Wall's one-hit relief pitching
for 4 1-3 innings protected the Red
Sox lead. Vic Wertz celebrated his
first game in a Red Sox uniform
at Fenway park with a homer.
The Giants ended the Dodeers'
four-game winning streak with a
12-hit attack that included three
safeties each by Jackie Brandt and
Feline Alou. Jack Sanford went
8 1-3 innings for his second win i
and Sam Jones rushed out of the'
bull-pen in the ninth to strike out
Don Demeter and ninch-httter Garl
Furillo after the Dodgers put two
runners aboard. Demeter had driv driven
en driven in two Dodger runs with a seventh-inning
double,

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DIF,FERENCE There's' I
something new about the Wash Washington
ington Washington baseball club this spring.
Ilerelroutfielder Jim Lemon in
the Senators' 1959 shirts with the
'nickname scripted across the
chest and a funny senator on the
sleeve.

At 'Standings
interscluslastit Basketball
Vi
Junior 'College 1 .0 .000
Balboa High 1 1 400
Cristobal High 0 A, .000
-4? Toasdigis Results

431 CHS t 35
,e Tonight's Game
. (Margarite 7 p.m.)
Cliatobal, Higlt Ars Jimior Col Col',,,
',,, Col',,,
- Sy TREVOR SIMONs
Balboa Iligh School Bull Bulldogs',
dogs', Bulldogs', tame to Margarita Gym
Tuesday night and ',gave 'the
gigs, more trouble than they bar bargainlor,
gainlor, bargainlor, sweeping both, ends ,ot a
twin-bill, taking,,the ,Junior Varsi Varsity
ty Varsity game by, a narrow 29 to 26
count, and running roughshod over
their opposition, made it a claan
sweep with a 43- to 35 vicyory in
the important VarSitY game.
While his team-mates nearly
completely throttled any Cristobal
uprising, Balboa's Lem, Kirkland's
staged a one man battle, scoring
20 points, to pace-the ,Bulldogs to
an easy victory in their second
1959 outing. Balboa raced to the
front quickly before Cristobal
could even get going and held a'
7 to 2 lead at the end gfh the
first eight minutes of play.
Balboa High, in danger of drop dropping
ping dropping their championship to Jun Junior
ior Junior College, was taking no chanc chances
es chances against the Tigers and conti continued
nued continued to increase their lead, bold bolding
ing bolding a 22 to 10 advantoge at half
time, Never really. threatening
the Bulldog lead, Cristobal coati coatinued
nued coatinued to fall behind and trailed
on the short end of a 38 to 20
count at the end of the third pe pehod.
hod. pehod. It was only in the fourth
quarter, alter' the issue- had al already
ready already been decided, that CHS
outscored Balboa, 15 to 5, to drop
their firat game of the seasonl
by a 43 to,t35 score.
Keith Kulig, scoring most of
his points in the final stanza, led
the Cristobal scoring with 15
points, which was second highest
for the night to Kirldand's twenty.

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Junior College
At Cristobal Tonight

Junior College, the team tab tabbed
bed tabbed as favorites to cop the 1959
intersehool cage title, will come
te Cristobal.' tonight, mot plans
for increasing their early lead.
Don Alexander, easily the owner
of the best shooting eye 'On the
Canal Zone right now, led- the
Green Devils to an easy win ,o ,over
ver ,over Balboa in the season opener
at Balboa last Friday night. 71
f Cristobal is to entertain any
thoughts of a victory tonight.
they Inust figure on,. some way
of stopping Alexander, a ta sk
none has accomplished so far
on the Canal Zone. If statisdcs
mean anything, Alexander scered
31 points against Balboa High
and Balboa scored freely over
Cristobal, which should make. to tonight.
night. tonight. it. big night for the IC
sharp-shooter.
A Tiger win in tonight's con conteo
teo conteo would throw the season into
a. three Way 'deadlock for first
place. Cristobal's only hopes for
tonight' is that the Collge five
will,.depend more greatly on of offensiVe
fensiVe offensiVe power and that their de defense
fense defense will open up enough to al allow
low allow Kulig, Bozeman and Humph Humphrey
rey Humphrey to score sufficient points to
offset Alexander's total. Game
time- tonight has been set for' 7
13.1n,

The box score
Balboa High,
Kirkland '
Cunningham
Morris
Stromberg
Ness
Pajak
Womble
Engelke
Lagassie
SOradlin
Totals

Cristobal HO
Humphrey
Ku lig
McGloin
Weigle
Boseman
Tomplcins
Crooke
Donahue

',Totals

(Varsity game
Fg Ft Pf TP
9 2 2 20
2 0 3 4
I 1 1 1
1 0 2 '2
3 1 0 7
1 1 0 3
' 1 0 2 2
0010
1 0 0 2
0 0 3 0
19 5 15 43
NI Fs Pf TP
3 0 3 6
' 7 1 1 15
1 0 0 2
0 2 0 2
2 2 0 6
0010
2 0 5 4
0 0 0 9

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Joel McCrea in
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Eleanor PARKER in
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111ActiOn of The, Tiger'
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,''' National, League 1,;:.
Teams t pct.';:013
Milwaukao ;10
Los Angeles 4 ,s137'.
San Francisco, 7 15,.,.',-.5113 114
Chicago .? :sS:,:; J00, 214
Cincinnati 4 :S. ';!.444:',3,
Philaacilphia 3 4 423,4
Pittsburgh 2 5,J;.286,. 4
St. Louis "'-4

,
, Today'82- Games ,,
Milwaukee V' PhiladelPhit (N)
St. Louis at .Chleago
Chieinnati at Pittsburgh (N)
Only games SeheduleL ,
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Yesterday Results
St. Louis 010 201 013-4,10 1
tChicago 002 000 000-2 5 2
Mizell (2-1), and 11. Smith.
, Phillips (0-2), Buzhardt, &Ole &Oleton
ton &Oleton ,Martin and S. TaYlor.1
(Night Gams1
Milwaukee 400 .000 110-2 -4 0
Philadelphia 000 000 000-0 8 2
Burdette (3-0) and 'Crandall.
Roberts (14) ljegan, Thom

as.

(Night Game)
Cincinnati 006 010 010-8 11 2
Pittsburgh 000 000 102-9 8 1
Nuxhall, Pall (0-1), Jeffcoat and
Bailey.
Friend, Blackburn, Daniell, Face
(1-0) and Burgess.
:' (Night Gamal
San Francisco -,; 8
Los Angeles .,... ......... 4 3

Pacific Softball Lea,
,

Teams W Pet. 615
Abernathy Unis. 8 1-887
Cerveeerla P.L. 8 3 .727 1
Jantren Madura 8 5 .815 2
Mud Marinerg 3 10 .261 '7
Maned() Ambas. 8 11 .214 7

Jantzen Wallops Maoris!,
Jantzen Maduro handed t h e
Mauricio Ambassadors their tenth
straight defeat, 10 to 1; benind
the brilliant pitching ot Carratini
and Simons.' They scattered .tOur
hits.
64-4 A
This defeatAirepped the Am,
bassadors to the cellar, 712
games off the pace.
Hardin with poor. fielding sup supPort
Port supPort by his teammates, was the
loser. Mauricio oommited 8 mis miscues
cues miscues in the game.
Carratini went the first four
innings for the victorious Jant Jantzen
zen Jantzen men. Simon took over the
rest of the -way to pick up the
win.
4
Manager Herrerv Was th; on only
ly only player for the Ambassadors- to
get more then one bit. t01-
lected hall 01 his team'S bits with
2 out of 4. Of the tenhits blast blasted
ed blasted by the Jantzen, Carratini,
mons and Gayer had two each.

The box score:
Ambassadors
Russell, lb
Corey, ss A
Solly, It r'
Hardin, 1)-
Herrera, 21),,cf
Schafert 3b
Spreadlin, et
De la Mater, 21)
Mitchell, e
Head, rt
Totals

ABRHOA
3 01'6,0
,1,0.0 1 1
3,0000
,3'0 01. 2
3 1:1 3 1
" 2 '0 '0 0 1
20100
1 0, 0 0 0
2 0' 077 0
20000

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TIltiRSDAY, APRIt 23, 1151

Aleak Vivet
Petroquimlea
Casa Montemayor
Aji-nwmoto

Top ten ,batters (or or
games).

Names ,,,
Anastasio Molinar
Stanley Holder
Leopoldo Anderson
lio Me Morris
Alfredo Harper
'Rudolph Kirton
Osvaldo Chavarria
Herman' Brown
Alfonso Diaz
John Qui lan

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r'1:::.'Aiaerican :Leagai0',: 1,44,,,tott
Tea Ms '..:1,...?--....0.,,,W, 1; Pct.': 611144t;:;11'
Clavallad,:;:-;!'r1', le ilt '!,4.ii.owto,'A:
Now,York-,-0- ,., 1 S''.-.667-1'!r4,:4s;
Chicago ,,;',4;,. 0- ...i,; Ai 4, it.:,,goof gtiroo-;A.
Boston- -,. 4 ';4, 4 : 4 5 4-'.,';'.5510-1,..;04,411174
Ba Diction -.,4: 4, .,,s ,i 5 '' 5- ',:4500',414,1.,"-4,,,,,,,,
Kansas City -.' ., 4 6 "4,4400;::'.41r.
Washington -4.. 4 1 ; 7 -1-.301,114".7,0
Detroit .' 4 .: 1 1 ', ,Ilt.1' ,'"".4.4,4
'-: 7,:i::' ,: .-4,44- 7,;:::--,,,:.-:.::',',74044,0,...4
, ,--,., Today's. Games: --::',' ;;;Z:Z. 4
!','PlaW York at 'Washington, i-, ',' ::,:-41.4,4"4.'"'
.7,0evelancli:at Detroit ',. ::. !,':- .,4tsv,006,44
,-::Baltimore at, Bo To,ii, 'n1-::' ',:4-41.1:44...4711!
::, Only games le tiled.: ,t,' '.',',-'- :,, -
i!: ,,,,, I ..,1,,,,,,',,,; 14--,,,! ''''i '..,' :','- 0'. ,s.
. ..,
,. Yesterd 8 Restdts :",',..--
Baltimore .. 040 000-1 ' fb-41.-
Boston' 521 00x--11,1L CP r'
ik
Portotarrero ,, -2),,', Banthergerekor, :
Brown, Les an 0 andos.' :k -: ,- 7 t' :
Brewer, Wall (1- ) and Datoi..-.

Cleveland 002 0 402-40 15
Detroit 010 000 000-, 1 lir
Bell (2-0) and Na !tit
Lary (0-2),' Morgan, Suset ane
Wilson, Lau. ( - kg,
)
' in bro
(Night Gams) o :
N.Y. 000 000 000 000 01,-1 1
Wash. 000 000 000 000 06-0 1
Ford (2-0) and Berra.'
Fischer, Stobbs (0-;), Ilyda )
Porter.

(Night Game) '"
Chicago 011 312 1101-40 18
Kansas City 130 000 000-- 4
Wynn, Shaw (1-0) ind WWI
Garver, Daley (0-2Y, MeYer;',"'
Gorman, Freeman, Bronet
House.

t1.1111t

Jantzen
T. Mead, 2b-cl 1 t. 2
Black, 3b 3 2 11 3
Gayer,' ss 4 It 2 4 ,0 ""
B. Mead, e 4, 0 0 4 V.) iv'
Carratini, p-2b 3 2 ,2 11"
Kirklan id lb 2 2 11"
W. Niekisher, lb 1 1 .1 '2' Cr"
Carr, If 3 .0 '0 2
Frazer, rt 3 3, 1 0 1,
Simons, ell 2 2 -1' t
Totals 29 10 10 21 t
)
icor by InnInes
Ambas 010 000 0,
Jantzen Ma, 101 125 x-40 10t

8'1 1 2 ''-
3 2'11 3
4 ft 2 4 ,0
4,0 0 4
3 2,2 1
2 2 I" ""
1 1.1'2' firt"
3 0 o 2 o
3 3,1 0 S
S 2 2 1 t

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teigue

Tel S W to, Petet4..,
Cerveza Balboa 11 1 .913

11 1 .785
8 .8g "!,
- 13 5 ..686-.41 .t.-,
8 5 .815

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AB H ecw,
' 14 8
22 12 549
21 10
19 13 .448'
19 14.421;,
19 122.413
94 14 F;;,,'All
33 13 t.39S
19 .7;,.3138
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yesterday te would do anthing Banks, Cubs 4- 1 ' ,,,,
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pitch for ,thent )1 necessary." ::0:1,:,'N'.: Joel McCrea in
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By: TIM MORIARTY 7 '
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NEW YORE ( I ames
ward (Sunny Jim) -Fitzsimmons,
the nation's 'oldest and .most re
spected trameri Tuesday tabbed
First, Landing aid Tomy Lee as
"the horses to ,'' beat"- in ,next
week's Kentucky, Derby.,
' "They were the best of the two twoi
i twoi year-olds, last year and they
I should be the borses to beat in
; the Derby,',' 'said the 84-year-41d
, Irishman who has ,saddled three
I winners of the classic huPwill not
have an entry in the 1959 renewal.
Some racing experts are ignor ignoring
ing ignoring First landing following his
upset defeat, by AlallaSSA Mauler I
lin the Wood Memorial last ;Satur
.day but not "Mr. Fitz," as he is
Innthtion.libvilic.sleiteptailnigendts.urni,
- fiNfis best "ra0t,i7l, 4, the Jug in
the Woied,.," he declared, and 'Mil
' trainer (Casey, Hayes) mustk ilunk 1
, so too because -,' he's already
shipped the horse,. to .,Kentucky."
Never one to "mince Words, Mr.
Fitz adMitted be was surprised
wit:- n, Eddie Arearo' permitted

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BOSTON 'brio ;makes no bones
about being, miffed boa Abe pub,
lic reveations by.; Jackie. 'A :Wan,
na Quit"), Jensen.. 'd'" .that ",,,there
are- more 'important' things, Wail
baseball. aind the MVP Bosox-
er still gets this, from his inates
every dor., t'Yoia, here, yet?4.,
Despite' his announced phobia- a against
gainst against flying,. Jensen did plane
out, of Ariz,ona wait", the Red .Sox
.as far Texasn And
break-Out in ,1 sweat again....
.
Philly owner' Bob Carpenter
was telling how Robin Roberts
cost the cmmoney; '"rive years
ago he tame into tile' office for
a raise I told 'But you
never tea beet the Dodgers.'.
'Give me..the, money,' be Says,
'and show you.' So be
goes mit...and beats '' them six
times that season and knockS
them right out of pennant.
The guy' can, do anything0 ,..,
, Buzzy Bayssi doesn't, go aroUnd
crticizing 'old': boss, r' Branch
.but. admits' Wotst
mistake the' Mahatma "niade post.
poned a major league Career for
10 yearstrying to Make': Jim
Baxes,' the Dodgers' new -raid
third basematl,,, into' 'a e d
basentan: whelk '', 'NO flyst ',Tame
up. :
Henry f: Stramo Aber 'btig t
young trackfield coach -Who r
ved up ;Tert7 Bteonan's offense
' at Notre Dame.; bouneed
all the lily to Miami of', Coral
Gables ti,hen' Terry got the,iiit.
.overheard his two boys t a
tonversetion the other dayo the
four-year-old 'telling the
year-old; ',""I'm going to kinder kindergarten
garten kindergarten itz Miami 'next year.", 4,,
and thClittle One saido''Wello,
' 'inext ,'year.4. no,
wodt," :atisvieted big total
er: ,4Daddr:Ivon'r be 4 there by'
thew': 4
Wonder, V the New York ,! gird
Giants .know that Tom ? LandrY.
their defensive genius who 4, set
up theft, late-season drive, talks
about retiring to his lucrative in insurance;
surance; insurance; business in, Dallas?;
Ryne,: buren Wouldn't bave
needed ? knee operation during
the wii4er if it hadn't beeir for
a new Aet. of spikes.- ..he 04111
abig them last ..summer,---,'Day
the old-timers'. game,1.",
ces the Yankee fireballer.
"I wallytitching to Runnels Count

First Landing to race with the
leaders in the, Wood.,
"I don1C1.know wbethir Eddie
Was under orders or what but I
bet he'll race First Landing .dif .differently,
ferently, .differently, in, the ,Derby,", he said
Reearditig Tomy Lee, Mr.' litz
pointed out the Texas-owned colt
"ran powerful race in, Kentucky
last week" and Also figures to be,
a running horse in the Derby.
41Tomy teet rad'.
tious last year but I, talked to
Willie Shoemaker 't,he other' day
and-he Aold me the horse raced
more cheerful -for Wm in Hen Hentucky,"
tucky," Hentucky," Fitz added. "That
could mean Pinky tee I mean
Tomr4, Lee,-is coming into his
Own now."
'rhe grand old bf racing
then was asked about the petty
ChaLleg of 'Silver Speen, Melt
touted, filly oyvned DI'
ney.' '
"Apparently the California fel fellows
lows fellows think she's a good one,'' Mr.
Fitz said. "However, I'm only
talking about the horses I've seen
run. I've never' seen Silver
Spoon."

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idekle Sem.
, ,t
was taree and' two, and 1 1, came
down hard .with a fast bah, The
mpunil,, was hard and p hole
in lZontsof the rubber.. The dtw
spikes caught,;,',Instead of my,
,body totatior on the ,, 611 o w
throug ,h my knee ditto And tord
a cartilage'.
-, Henry, Aaron's father told Pat
Parrish; ',Panama Fla.,
sports editor, how he kept' t h e
.Bravet't slugger a good boy. .,"1
kept the boy so busy' playing alt
sports he, wouldn't have timo to
hang aroimd the 'pool room."
, ',The Ph' s'. Chico' Fernandez' bad
good, vantage point daring the
revolutionary days in Havana ----
,right in ,fro4 of his TV set,
"I, watch ,, Said Chtco,"
'and fall asleep at, five o clotk.
.They last till seer.". Chico
dn Culla, politica: ,14I'm baseball
player.' on Fidel Castro as., a
, have to. be good
peeteher tooplay Cuban amaLcur
baseball" ' e
Andy Carey, sensitive about ,ids
one-time rep aa the eating chamP
of ,the majors'. now, resorts...to
skimme
Behind this'itenCimaneuvering
id pro, football may find B141 y
Howton of the Mackers and Gene
Gedman of the Mons windinc up
in Pittaburgh.', : .threatening ;' to
retire unless they're peddled ,,,
to play, for Pied Piper Buddy
Parker. .and the Lions are so
burned by, the Bobby 1, ayne,
trade, they won't -even schedule 1

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'Mt tournament committee of
the Brazos Brook Country Club la
reminding all Isthmian golfers that
they have tmtil tomorrow evening
to sign up for the Invitational rour,
Ball event scheduled to get under underway
way underway between S:30 and 9:80 on Sat Saturday
urday Saturday Morning, Howtvtts
,ber of post entries will be received
from those who ire unable to make
la, decision to enter until the last
minute. i '2 4
Through' the courtefir of the COT COTveceria
veceria COTveceria Nacional, S 4v4"Pait Li Liiquid014
iquid014 Liiquid014 he on tan at number I
and 14 teet.,,Prizeirfor tide tourna tourna'ment
'ment tourna'ment will -rongist of Mrchindlie
frAm the Pro Shop.
This is, the firit event At 'rnetlY
to ,t be scheduled throughout, the
eyar hv tho revamped, tanrnimoot
emomittee wbleh rillirel that
comoetition It the sides of, life for
gigrAr is wAll, as others.,0A?
Right now the eloth is conducting
a membershin drive and bone to
receive asi mane" tentative prong.
Pi from proonective momhere gio
that' thev will be able to tut 4,he
present due bv ta oet omotg,'
Parents egneciallv Amid
er the benefita offered -with he
suinmer vacation atmroaching. 'rlie
eptire family can eniov the Privi Privileges
leges Privileges of the course and the club clubhouse
house clubhouse for a hoot tem At eig o4r
month, and ,thiti 1110111dt free
vlof lessons by "Tionld Rause who
furl!), the odist 2 year has been
instrumantal in devolemine several
outstandinr, junior- golfers who are
now toiliidered amongst the belt
tm the
Parent NM torn' toe'voungiters
loose at troxei Vrook from mm4n mm4nIna
Ina mm4nIna until nightfall,' knovritigYthet
the), are free from traffic
dent and other contintAncleft and
at the same time ire leitthla
game that will bold them in good
"401 in later life. ,
White' Scor
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KANSAS CITY, Mo.. Aptil 28
(UPI)--The Chicago White Sox
staged the biggest scoring inning
so far in the 1950 baseball season
last night when they scored 11 runs
on pub' one hit in the seventh in--
ping of their 201 triumph Oier
ICansos City.
Here'a bow they did it:
Tom Gorman pitching for Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City. Roy Boone safe
shortston,Joe De Maestri'. error.
Al Smith ivai. safe on third,
Man Hal Smith's error. John Cal Callison
lison Callison singled Noosing Boone and
Smith so outfielder Roaer
erredi Anoricin Walved. Buck
ghalo walker!, 'eliding the Nisei.
Pinclyhitfcc Earl-Torgeson walked,
icerine Collison.
Pitcher Mibrit Freemon renlaced
nortnan. vox walired. scot.
Inv Anoricio tandit ferced
ohew beme. Fetkomin to Foal
'4604. shermen Lollar walked.
icerhoi Tcceeion.
Pitcher neorle Smoot replaced
"ocemin.'Acene ocoring
"ex, Smith walked. sooring Tian.
4ift. (:olitotte rag hit bv a pitch.
vermin', Vier. Lou Skittle ran for
Atericio walked, scoring
Shaw 'trick out. Pinch-bitte?
liptitta Phillips walked. scoring
emith. rev walked. 'coring Skixta,
todis orminded out, Brunet to
Tont, Hadley.
',,11 runs. bit. 3 errors, 8 walko,
1 bit batsman, 8 left.
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Atin !freak 4 Al
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Southpaw Bob Wieder. Itiehmond'a
mod effective hurler lest seaion,
halted the vete' touratame donne
114st night with a neat threebit. 4-1.
olAtren vietorv over Montreal.
Thet Roysia won the, noener.
1,44, :Ron !,,, three-hitter.
"mitres!. tato Iimitod "roe
Ate, took Advantage of n
-net onthilrat in the !fifth lonle4 fro
rOftralr 14111 lePATO trio of tho
oear. Wlealer'a eeeond, tsome Whi
waft hiS flrat chselidon of the seavon.
offoist, belle ot moo
hotoort 30o oott Roo RooPodrienex
Podrienex RooPodrienex to Meat Toronto, S..
Owl movti withitt lialfosame of
he International togigness, find
p nehegter Itovo)o, Two' limo
11 AO soth tied tho ittOrit for the
Ads., 'mai Aniline ton- oreasei In
ha sovonth as rellefer Al Jackson
40-koA the
Ituffilo's Dolly Green gave tin
five 'hits tho DIANA boat 1441a
Vnit CIA to even their ,,-record, at
fonr,A11. ;,
A two.run homer 31gmy,.Goti
',ales 'mei tight relief Inane hy
Lola Arrove aml Cueche
ave,,Ilivana an 01-3 verdict flyer
Itoehestire welt Craddock. 'Owned
thA Red Wines' three-run eighth,
was the Winner. 4 4t t 4
the Steelers for in exhibition.
game In' Detroit thatid be a tar..
rific moneymaker.
As, the campaigning, golt.under
way,' said one Phillie re ex boss
Mayo Sofith: "The Reda begnn
the season 10 to 1S games beitmd
the other clubs.", 44
Between you'n'ine: Philly gener general
al general 'manager John Quinn still too
to, catch himself when talidn0, it.
bout the Braves,- his ,old affiliate
.he persists in rreferring to
them as,"weY't t

DETHRONED CHAMPS Here the-Dodgers, former champions of the Albrook Little League
poie for. their photograph with 'their coachers and nianager. Front row (left to right): AOSer
Swaim, Bob Hallifax, Bill Campbells Buttons Wilhelm, Kevin MeArthy, and Chuck Amato; mid middle
dle middle row: Bruce Wiwi& Paul, BrOWn, David Hale, Bruce Buxton, Dennis Hale, and Sam Woods;
Rear: Del Ladwig, Coach, Gene Brown, Mariam and Roger Swaine, Coach.
(Official USAF Phet)
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Second Ma It Standing

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Tomtit W L Pct. 61
Abernathy Cals. 8 1 .877 1
Cervecerta p.L. a 3 .727 1
Jantsen Maduro 7 5 .583 212
GludoMtriners 2 10 '.231 7'
7 auricio Arnim'. 3 10 .231 7
John Hobble Shutoot
Ambassadors
'Illo Glud Mariners' shut out
Mauricio 19 't--- 0 to mbve into a
tth with Mairicio for 4th place.
John Bobbie scattered four hits
and fanned 'seven.
,
The, Mariners tagged Hardin
with ease as they scored in every
inning and collected15 hits, in including
cluding including a big third inning rail.;
in wbich'...13 Mariners crossed
home plate. nu) Mariners alSO
played errorless 'ball. Both ,burl ,burlera
era ,burlera went the route Robbie got
the 'win and Hardin the loss. The
latter,bad poor :, control on' the
ball as he walked 8 Mariners ad
committed 3 wild pitches. ;
' Wight and Moore, each with 3
hits in 4 trips; Skals.and, Hob
hie, ,with 2 ,out of 40, and Stokes
with 2 in 5 trips led the Marioers
attack. ,,,

, ror ,the Ambassadors, Herrera,
So llYs, Oltam and Hardin ac accounted,
counted, accounted, for the hits. So Rye had
three wonderful catches in le.
field.. fa the Ambassadors.

The box
Mariners
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Wight, If
Skala, c
Dotter, lb ;
Stokes, 2b
Hobble. p
Kelly, 3b
Moore; if
Edwards, rt
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Am Isa 'seders
Robbins, se
Herrera,' 2b
Russell. lb
Hardin,
Sonya, If
Mitchell, e
Alta m, ef
Thom as. rt
Rodriguez, 3b

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In the matches, Played list' Suit.
day in the Atlantic 'Cricket
League, Cragwell CC, notched
anotherrwin as they overwhelm overwhelmled
led overwhelmled the 'Midland C.C. at Rainbow
'City, bile at Mount Hope the Ex Excelsior
celsior Excelsior Club squeezed out a vic victory'
tory' victory' in the.. final 'moments. of.
their game 'against 'the' fading
Wanderers C;C; ". .....
The steady pace .maintained by
boiviers Johnny. Cisme'. 'and G.
Maisdng provedx too much for
the majority of the Midland bats batsmen.
men. batsmen. Jhe club realized 75 runs
mainbr through efforts i3f.
titres. players: H., Walker, 'who
played vonfidently 'for 25 runs,
while E. Groves and 'A. Cabey,
batting determinedly,, contributed
14 runs each.' Mannifie ledJ., the
bowling attack with 4 wickets lor
32 tuns, Clauzel took. 3 for 23,
and J.- King: 1, for 40. ,
Jiminy King and Leon 'Best, o opened
pened opened for the Cragwell club,' and
defied,A succession of bowlers gh
remain unbeaten, When Midland's
score was surpassed. King yor yored
ed yored 43 runs-, and' Best .25 as the
final score read:, 73 runs for no
wicket' '
George "Totes". lAtheity

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JOE WILLIAMS

Thi,tfifferenci laostsoisn Appoiring in ids first pro.

ed fight, and one in which every fess
conceivable step has been taken had
to produce a sure thing result isi day
for practical purposes, academic.' rele
, D'A
If some Of the more accom accomplished
plished accomplished rogues of the past had. at attempted
tempted attempted the effrontery-which has
marked the.. matching of Floyd t,
Patterson and Brian Lond o n, Ea
they would have outraged not on- '41
Irthe boxing fathers, but their re'
or
fraternal brothers as welL rep:
As it it, Cus D'Amato's ac actions
tions actions have aroused the scorn of Ted
one of his contemporaries, Ernie B.
Brack manager of,Tony Anthony, Niel
the stylish light heavyweight. whe
"This fellow has become imps- gra,
Bible. He clahns he wants to help nee
boxing. How doea he go about ter!
it? By making a joke .of the hea- Put
vyweight championship.' And the the
discouraging thing bout this is A
that the boxing commissions go to :
right ;along with
unto
Th'ere are commission-ruleorin two
all states against omanager doubd
ling as a 'promoter. Yet ,D'Ama- Ind
faul
to,, bankrlled by .,11Y, contunally
promotes behind the faceless fa- VI
cade, of total strangers. No one aid
in Boxing has ever heard of Wil William
liam William Rosensohn until the Pater- Mon
son-Cut 41I1 Shoot thing. won
preo
,
.,And. If It was possible to be e eVeri
Veri eVeri less known, Cecil Rhodes Jr., ...oil.
a business executive In. Bayonne,
N.J., somehow managed to qualify-for
the distinction. As a pro promoter,
moter, promoter, Rhodes was straight out
of Lewis Carroll. One night at a
trotting track he supposedly sigh sighed:
ed: sighed: "I'd just love to promote
prize fight." ,This touched the
fairy godfather in D'Amato, so
he netted Rhodes promotoer of
the Patterson-London whatisit in
Indiansp011s. Ctf course, Rhodes is
no longer tha promoter .1:olit
then, in reality, he never was.
'
,
'D'Amato hand-pcked London
as 'the challenger, paid his way
here from England, spelled out
and guaranteed the purse, hid
him from the New York press,
had him "work- out secretly in -his ,,,
(D'Amato's) gymnasium a d,
on at least 'one occasion brought
together the Britisher and Patter Patterson
son Patterson in conference.

How did D'Amato happen to de decide
cide decide on Indianapolis as the scene
of this curious affair? As we
-hear it, he was assured he could
"write his own ticket, the, cyni cynical
cal cynical tranolation of ,which is' titat
he would be well protected. Re Reportedly,
portedly, Reportedly, his Indianapolis contact
is a member of the National
Boxing Ann.'s official family,

Perish the Thought
As promoter, matchmaker and
manager of the champion,
mato, we now learn, has taken
onstill another responsiblity; he
hat 'named an old friend, one
Nick Baffi, to serve as the chat.
Ilenger's trainer. Whether UM
wilt work in London's come( is
norknown. The surmise is he
will. In certain eircumitances
such an arrangement can be
most advantggeous. And in differ differrnt..cycUMstonces
rnt..cycUMstonces differrnt..cycUMstonces the ,local box.
log. lathers would question the
PrOPriety of the. arrangement.
'
,But VAiriat has something. go..
ing for himthe' Idessianil touch.
In the presence of even the WI.
annointed, evil :thoughts tend to
flee and motives seem to enjoy a
pedal immunity from challenge.
Like for instance,-when
to. used his ovm referee, Tommy
Loughran, for Pstterson's defense
against Pete Atademacher,' an a

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nected for 3 runs to lead the
Wanderers club as they scored
a ,total of 9? runs against the Ex.
celsior C.C, Excelsior replied
with 93 for 9, the winning run
coming on a stylishly played leg
stroke to' the boundary by E.
"Barratt! lordan who was, our.
ever bowled with the next ball
from Sam 'Campbell. Gerald
Small, 34, and M. Bennett, k 33a
highlighted the Excelsior innings.

fessional fight.- All D'Aniato
had in mind was to make a pay
day for an old champion. Who'll
referee in Indianapolis? Why not
D'Amato himself?

Wants the Ecteo
For all his professed dedication
to the sporting ideal, D'Amatti is
not above demanding an edge
for his fighters, nor instituting
reprisals when it is not forthcom forthcoming,
ing, forthcoming, as witness the experience of
Teddy ,Brenner,
Brenner, as matchmaker at St.
Nick's, kept D'Amato in action
when he was unable to make the
grade elsewhere. It was Bren Brenner's
ner's Brenner's promotions that made Pat Patterson,
terson, Patterson, around here and and tirst
put l43 brilliant young Negro in
the Et idlines.
All told, Brenner gave D'Ama D'Amato
to D'Amato 34 fights and was, in fact, the
main souite of his income. Then
rtwo of 4131Amato's preliminary
fighters got 'beaten at St. Nick's
and promptly Brenner became an anuntouchable.
untouchable. anuntouchable. "I guess the man
was disappointed because they
didn't win, but that was their
fault, not mine," said the disillu
sioned entrepreneur, who must
wonder where fair Say ends and
pressure btgins.

Or 0$CAR FRA14Y

NEW YORK (UPI)--A little
MAW 'of Perpetual hunger emerged
today al it symbol of ths wide wideopen
open wideopen conditiOn 4 of the Kentucky
Derby.
His name is Pete Anderson and
he Is a barrel-chested Rickey who
Woks' much like middltwdight
fighter crouching on his- kneel!.
Until' Saturday he wail wocitt wocittday
day wocittday rider fighting a, constant
petite in the sweat- box without
any -pretentions of great turf
glory.
But a third-place ride in the
Wood Memorial on, a longshot
which could have Von hat, "The
Ice Cream Kid"' dreaming- unex unexpectedly
pectedly unexpectedly of the winner's .cirele
Churchill Downs two weeks hence.
When they paraded- postward
for the Wood on Saturday, a eon
called First landing,:with -Eddie
Arcaro in the irons, was expected
to prove that he was the !big
horse" for the approaching Rose
Run. The opposition, th experts
said, would come from such other
hopefuls as Intentionally, Opes
View and Atoll.
Trapped On Rail
So what happened? First Ladd.
ing killed off the 'other -big horses
and, wag loading the way into-the
stretch when he was collared by
a colt called Manama Minder,
which isn't even eligible for the
Derby. Manassa Mauler, I St to 1
shot, finished a half length on top
of the 'ridden-out First- Landine.
But the favorite could have been
third.

That's where Anderson, who fin
ished third a half length back of
First Landing, comes, in.
He was trapped on the rail, be behind
hind behind the Mauler and inside of
First Landing. Aid going down
the stretch, ea yard after yard
perished uhder the pounding hoofs,
he couldn't get free. So Our Dad,
his 18 to 1 shot, finished third.
But in the tack room, as Ar Arcaro
caro Arcaro factually admitted that First

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Landing had run out of gat, little
Pets Andersoe of the third-place
finish was looking hopefully to toward
ward toward Louisville.
"Hot damn," he snapped. "Het
da ma."

Celt Has it
He was to excited he couldn't
stand still, bouncing hick led
forth on those stubby little bowed
legs whichwith frightful dieting
permit him to be a race rider.
"I kept waiting for one jump by
either ot them which would' let
me free. give me racing room,"
he panted. "It never came. But
this is a Derby colt. Cause if I'd
gotten it, this colt would have
roiled Sor eight days."
That's a jockey's way of point pointing
ing pointing out that the colt had plenty
left and was Pete's way of saying
that, with the Wood at a -mile and
an eighth, his -colt had the stam stamina
ina stamina for the added distance of the
mile and a quarter Derby.
"I hope, they send him," Pete
said. "He proved to me he tisd
it. I sent that big joker in along
the rail trying to get through And
he banged the rail. He was full of
whitewash. But he didn't quit.
Hot damn. I sure hope we make
it."

Sports, Sho

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than half of the first three teams
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practice represented the fresh freshman
man freshman class.

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LOUISVILLE (NEA) Troilus,
pulled up in the Tkrida Derby,
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mid to continue preparing for
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DETHRONED CHAMPS" -,... Here flie-Dodgers, former champions of th'e Albrook Little League
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FOR SALE: A A, ,- ii '' '. .1' iL:s ' ' ' I ' . e4 a- fie' et
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fpat" "tics' b.".e. "Rta PORZJI.INTI,- havishatt 'two
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barmy sis fromi set, Frigidaire' podettal fon SIChr Tel. Illatiroi 1 7 ihitalliclaao woos tha Itooton
tams. Phone Balboa 1166. .
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Cordoba No. 13, across Comte tiros, nawbatiory. Excelan.t.con 3 cu. Ft.'refrigerator,, bloodo 3021 after 5 p.m. ,','", ,,::' l Racotradt. AN lots with otiose l..' -- ;- ' ;'
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Resorts
Fearer tattoos. bowies Santa
Clara and Rio Hato. Now low
rook Phone Balboa 1166.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Soots Clare L ds P. Photo Pa Paoasis
oasis Paoasis 1-1177 Cristobal 11-167 I.
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Houses
FOR RENT: Furnishod Fem Femhouse
house Femhouse 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
employer room, air conditioned.
Aye. just Arosemena 31-44.
FOR RENT: Furnished house,
near Hotel Panama; 2 bedrooms,
living room, dining room, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, garage, and maid's room.
Via Espa Ea, white house beside
Radio Miramar.
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet,
minimum contract one year;
three bodrooms, ono air-condi.
None& Two bathrooms, hot
water, automatic washing ma machine.
chine. machine. beside El Cangreie. Phone
3-6070.
FREI BOIT, vacaHon quarters.
Beautiful residence, located
near cool, splendid view, com completely
pletely completely furnished, exclusive sec section.
tion. section. just pay expenses. Prefer Preferable
able Preferable a couple. Write Me. A.R.
eie Box 436, Balboa.
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom Chalet, very good loca location.
tion. location. Lon" terms, hot water,
washing main, 2 ur gangs.
Maid and store rooms $175.00.
No. 3-41 43 Streit Bella Vista.
Call phones 3-4720 or 3-4927.
ICommercial Sites
FOR RENT: Profile lout or
lcommercial office on pround floor
Edificin Urraci, comer Ave. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa and Fadorico Boyd, 82 square
meters, $125.00. Call Panama
3-703S.
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SAN QUENTIN, Calif. Mrs.
Louise Gescbwend, 55, who was
held-hostage on a fishing pier for
six hours by hvo escaped con convicts:
victs: convicts: "I hope Ihey don't take it out
on the boys. They were good
' boys. I'm sure they! didn't intend
to hirm me."
NEW YORK Michigan's Gov.
G. Mennen Williams, on his quell quellfications
fications quellfications for the Democratic pres presidential
idential presidential nom4ation, which he
omay or may t seek:
"I have be n governor of a
large state.longer than any man
'ever has')Iefore. I don't say that
that's the only qualification, of
course, but you do have the op opportunity
portunity opportunity to get a gopd deal of
experience."
WASHINGTONHarry Bridges
' West Coast longshore leader, on
' why he invoked the Fifth Amend.
'ment on a question is he a
'Communist? he had previously
answered, negatively, under oath;
"There have been one or more
attempts to frame me on this
same issue. I think this commit committee
tee committee is trying to start another
,, court case'
s NEW YORK Arthur Godfrey,
telling his television audience
4- ;shoo Ilk expected surgery for a
, chest tumor:
3ur fingers crossed. I
have three good omens. I feeel
good; my weight hasn't gone
0, iwn, and tr lnbetite's good."
.
KATHMANDU. Nepal Thote,
27, a Tibetan refugee who said he
-- had been about to join the Com Com'',
'', Com'', munist Party when the revolt
'broke out in his country:
'ribetan is a prisoner.
The whole country now has been
": lurned into a vast prison:.
1 WASHINGTON Comptroller
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LIFE INSURANCE
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General 'Agent
Gibraltar Lite Ins. Co.,
for rotes and btformatior
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Monday thru Priday
0:00 am. to 12:00
2:00 gms. 0:00
Aaturday: 11:10 omt, to 12:00
,Listen To
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Record &low &low'
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L PHILLIPS Oceanside Colts's '.r."121"11Mrs':'T'o'..--7 ----- dit-ten. Ale plane sat ChB ,
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,viene. rams model Hi-111 polt sALEI ...,... set paint if nu., i
Sesta Clam L do P. Pbono Pa- Cmare oloatlialtt. Cal W.' Malone IL : NEW' YORK (UMInvestors NEW, YORK, April 3
Tel. 4-0107g.,-, ''' tr..- ,. ,'' Research Company !gully expects Stocks opened mixed is
Carr he soon 2233 tart St. 2115a3lbeliabo3f50.53,, efts
mania 11-1177 Cristobal 11-1673. pox RENT: Thr ',atom Ban.... ,,,,,: : I ,..
' ---, --- 4101111418, Army $135. ' ',' this woek's rise to- be the begin, tradini today. .---,
ert otedio
1 penthouse, large terra
FOR SALL; ,.,-. -1955 snide.. FOR SALE. r-, Nits dining '"---- ,
r" SA 113-441 4" willam ning of a great upsurge in,stock AC Ind --,,,,,,, ,,
, Houses orals two bathrooms, mai s
P ,
I room, hit water ate. Near San- re set II 0.00. Livin roe Ix PEXTO A' M '.'
FOR SA ,--i as eters in, the beet location of ,,, I, It 03 h ht., ,,A4 -;41Iiiiii .1
baker Champion. Ported con om , 5 IP m , va
C II Dr."'Getv na Balboa. sot, $150.00. Transportes Ilex- tal Itellong Mocking, Min b ,. Ls. Crests, situated hotw000 "rII, ues, set groups sue at a ,0 vocatek es
minum,";- ,-automation,,, electrical Alleghany..cor :
Hari Nacional and Mini Max ditioa a 1 .., .........,,,,.... kr. phons 1.2562... ,,, seen at Intro. All Stainless Steer': street ge4 sew street' pet laset.,,,f, eanintneni, airline, mei equip. '; Ammtmom ., ..,
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Super-market. $200-00. Fboao FOR SALli Ford 59:4.4loor,, -- , Tanks 10; -15, 40,, 50 gallons.: minion please, sail Tel,'2-2170 t' moUt, steel, drug 1 yin- building-, Are C II
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er yanam
, FOR RENT: Furnished Pim- 2-04111 office hours. a FOR SALE -,- Clothes dryer Two Addressographe Two snood ''' ) from S nes to 12 noon and from
$2300 V-1, 21629- Cati :7 P.111;:: - ''' )' materials .'rentainiat ; irk -01141,1-'-(Amer'Motors
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house 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms ',4,',,, -; ,' !. like hew, Deluxe model, 110 -., Commercial lieetrisr SHIA'. Call 1 2 0.1n. to 5 eas. ..,,, 1,' ..: ;
FOR RENT: Completeiy, Syr- le A p.m. guard. 1,, '-',.',,t-- .-. '' ,.:-.', ',.;,,,, e :' MOOT Tel and Tel
employer room, air conditioned. "" "1- 120 volts. Call 16-4113 Al. 3-6121. ,' t ,E,r, Hu o an 's An
hong and C mp Y ,. &condo Copper
nished apartment living room, FOR SALE: Property lo'Ar,,'' '
Ave. lust Arose:none 31-44. FOR UAL,: 19tr Fold brook. '" ' : -v- .
' 'v., ,r Go ' H - ftvif v Joseph -E.--,Granville says recent 'Arkin. Fuel : '
dim", ""in' bild"'""' bath' Wagon; 6 Cyl.' oneolione-sse., - FOR SALL -- Ono AIN Ben., rastan, ouse,,,. lialato,, ....14,, 4
.''' 4 il XPeCted tO 0
ens n c0PPern e AVCO Mfg
FOR RENT: Furnished houss, mom, kitchen, $65.00. Francis- dition, leaving for States.", Ilalo;;''' FOR SALE: --, LOWlint lathmus,., eon' Ayre-Copter.7 Call 112,11 ', trees, 412 hectares. Nicit viiw, '-' ,... tempora
ry and as, the Mil B DI
e Steel
t near Hotel Panama; 2 bedrooms, co Files Street No: 27, Vista boa -1253.
f .,-,,,t ...,-, furniture or,,thren1 bedroom t 3594. ,, ,,, ' eeel. Mtn sell, bargain $11,500. ,,
arket '' a roaches its 'More dy-
living room, dining room, kit- Hermosa. Phone S-5016, I- apartment. Bernal prices.' 'Ur-
, -'"----'-'-'' Call Sallee 1-1117. ',' ,, -- ni PP. , Bettinger Corp
then, ears's, and maid's MOM 5206. FOR SALEE: 1950 Chevrolet ; gently. To1.1.6323 and 3-7990. ...,i' 2I1P
FOR SALE: :Westin.. --, ,. namio and final phase, it is likely
Bieroft Uraniimi
Via Espada, white house beside fordoor, excellent condition, now house,, TV Console edict $65. , , to be: topped oft by' a- sharp uP.' British -.Pee, y, .,'
FOR RENT: Furnished two i
i T 1 4 296 after 4 p.m., FOR SALE: ,,o, Wash Ow:chine, :, Phooe Alb:look 116.5120. ... , swing, .,the metals i illy B
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0 S' we ante -:,,k,- lit , Prin; P urrou.gfis ,,' ,.
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Radio Miramar. . t res. e
bedroom apartMent. bamont, autemotic motor needs repairs. ,, ,......---...,,,,-.!. ,, ., .. ., ,,,. copper L., : Canadian Eallie
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet, hot water, game, ete, 49tit FOR SALE: '49 Chryslers cheap. Call Panama 3-43$3. R A 11 M thunsh I: r of W E Hutton -, i
FO A L : a ok p , L., 0.,, Soope , Celanese , ..
minimum contrast one volt; Street. Isabelita House $150.- good transportation, safely ins- right plane and- bench $135. ' 9 ,- If r'' ., and CO. fools Norfolk and Western Cerro di Pane ''
rime bodreerni, on air-aoadi- OD Tel. 3-4994. posted $150.00. Call 2-4197 or :Quarters 1021-B, Pert Robb.
, Profossional., Olerase d'ivii o
lio should be obli to, earn ''Sround chi G t. w et
, ea reit
Honed. Two bathrooms, hot House 162-A lalboa. WANTED Ph... !4-931. speaks Spanish. ,:inglish sod 4.11'
..al ilf and r- c
$1-50. a' there ye pe te
limner
' French well with., '
. largo ,,ex haps $11 to 1960. Says weak.. Cities Service -,-
water, automatic washing ma- FOR RENT: Modem Duplex
,
two bedrooms, hot wailer,' Cam-a FOR SALE: 195$ Vauxhall FOR SALO: ,- Baby carriage. Porioaao lo billinaill Mane.' nem in Americas mating provides
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- b de El Cangreie. Phone
chine. es: Colorado Fuel
is removes from frame for meet with own SIM WWII Dore- an opportunity to make truing
3-6070. po Alegre, Ricardo Arias Street. Victor 4-door Sedan. Very geed
WANTED TO RENT:-- North Coastal Caribo,'
- Tele. 2-2341 and 3-3379. condition, $1350. Call Balboa use as called. Call Panama 1 ices te manage business or ,anx purchases ht bght of anticipat
American family desires tin. Colgate Palmolive
FREE RENT, vacaHon quarters. 6362 or Balboa 2744. 3-434S. : Ailed -.40 Nice work. Moderato 53.50 to $3.75 it hare probable for ''' Creole' tot.-
Beautiful residence, located Riviera Apts. Baratta. Largo furnished four bedroom house salary, desired. Write Sr Sauna the' iear's earnings . - ''0 '
. s szown ork and los
z FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobile IN 2,6d madam's' eeilibbetbeed. FOR SALE: -,... Refrigerator.' lex 51111, isrefora Avenida Sei Seinen
nen Seinen sool, splendid view, com- and eomfortable two bedroom Hayden Stone's General' Teciml- 2 Colin van.;nall,R Ai
4-doer SCdan, Hydromatie. Tel. 3-6695; Washing machine, Drier.vAteanar b p -' I a t as n': vi ----- ------"- s"
- ,, ea-, ittillillia- ,-. ,,- Pi -nrvoy Rove WWI 21.. I
oletelv furniehed. exclusive sec- Aots., two bathrooms, maid's .

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on the boys. 1
boys. I'm sure 1
to hirm me."
NEW YORK
G. Mennen Willi
fications for the
idential nom;
umay OT may
"I have be
:
large state.long
'ever has')Iefore.
, that's the only
course, but you
portunity to gel
- experience."
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WASHINGTOi
' West Coast Ion
' why he invoked
Inent on a clue
- 'Communist?
answered, negat
"There have 1
attempts to fr.
same issue. I ti
tee is trying
: ,, court case."
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27 a Tibetan re
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INTERNAL. Dr PUBLICACIONES-4-Ne. 3 bratou7 Placa CASA SAIDOCantral Ave. 45 LOURDES PRARNIACE11111 La Caureequille PARMACIA 1.0m
BARD0.-.14e. 3a- tor Street MORRISON-4th et July Ave. is .1 SE LEWIS SERVICEAve. Tivell Ne. 4 PARMACIA ISTADOS ITNIDOS-44t Central Ave.
FARMACIA,IA1 .s.164 Comical Ave. HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE-4. Fee. els la (Mao Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMEJustivAreeeserna Ave. and 33 Pt. FAR FARINACIA
INACIA FARINACIA VAN DER Street Mo. 53 PARMACIA EL RATURRO-Parette Letevre t Street 0. IPARMACIA "SAM.-Via Penes 111 NOVILDADFS &ERIS-.
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FORVIINT).- totroishatt 'two
loodroom-000ttosonh-linformation
Tel. 3-1311. Via Forrisiorio 0
Cordoba No. 13, across Contre
Comorcial. Mrs. Torsos.
FOR RENT: Throe bedroom
penthouse, large terrace, atudio
portly, two bathrooms, mald's
room, hit wator'itc. Nom San Santuario
tuario Santuario Nacional and Mini Max
Super-market, $200.00., Phone
2-0481 'Nice boors.
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FOR RENT: Cornpleteiy,lhor Cornpleteiy,lhornishod
nishod Cornpleteiy,lhornishod apartmnt living room,
dining room, bodroom,
mom, kitchen, 565.00. Francis Francisco
co Francisco Film Stmet No: 27, Vista
Hermosa. Fhons 1-5016, 1-,
5206.
FOR RENT: Furnished two
bedroom epartniont, balcony,
hot water, garage, ete, 49th
Strom. Isabelita House $150.-
00. Tel. 3-4994.
FOR RENT: Modom Duplex
two bedrooms, hot water,' Cam.
po Alegre, Ricardo Arias Street.
Tole. 2-2341 and 3-3379.
Riviera Apts. Bo ilavista. Largo
and oontfortable two' bedroom
Apts., two bathrooms, maid's
room and garage. Famished or
enfernished. Call Panama 2-
,106.
48th St. Believista, twill bedroom
Apts. One furnished end One On Onfurniskid.
furniskid. Onfurniskid. Cali Pie 111111 2-4696.
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TELEVISION-SERVICE ,
TV. Radios, Hi-R Transitero
specialist. Ws Novice's!! makes
an medals- Ws don't pretsad to
puasants ow' work. WO
lintei
CRAWFORD AGENCIES. Tivoli
Atis- IS-20. Tel. 2-1905.
TV SERVICES
For Lifer Noma Service. Always
Italy on
.113. TELEVISION.
Phone 3-7607 Panama. Service
from 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 o.m.
Protect your home and proper.
ty against insect d a es g o.
Prompt scientific treatment on
emergency fat monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
GePeral ;011eph Xampbell,, accus accusing
ing accusing the Navy of withholding infor information
mation information from government audi auditors:
tors: auditors: "We de not know and have no
way of determining what materi material
al material has been deleted unless we are
permitted to review the entire re report."
port." report."
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
United States District Court For
, The District of The Canal, Zone
Division of Balboa
Hobert Johnson, Jr., Plaintiff vs. Mary
E. Johnoon, Defendant. Simmons Case
No. 4S2S Civil Docket 22 Action for
Divorce.
To the above-named defendant;
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed in the
above-entitled action within ninety days
after the first date of publication.
In case of your failure to eo appear
and answer, judgment will be taken a against
gainst against you by default for the relief de demanded
manded demanded in the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe, Judge, United States District
Court for the District ,of the Canal
Zone, this April 22, 1951
Sara de la Pella
Clerk
(Seal)
BysLoin E. Harrison
Chief Deputy Clerk
To Mary E Johnson:
The foregoing summons Is Served up upOn
On upOn you by publication punsuant to the
order of the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe, Judge. United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, dated April 22, 159, and enter entered
ed entered and filed in this action' in the of office
fice office of the Clerk of said United States
District Court for the Division of Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, on April 22. 1MM
Sara' de Is Pella
Clerk
By sLolo IP:. Harrison
Chief Deputy Clerk

, Juan tov ,oin- ,Gone, clatec April r4 1V014, 8110 enter-1 new electronic warning ,system ,, , volome.i , ," naM, Miff marl E. murPnY,
ten the revolt ed and filed in this action' in the of- was designed to: , For Yon' Senate Rail losses renged,past i points Rufus 34; Lovelady. :
ountry: 1.1)F,etr(ilft tlie Cleork otfh sae. ptilointed ..SIII;atea
--1-. Warn motorists of trouble ahead , hi Western Maryland, over a point IThe objectivet of this organ
is a prisoner. e(1,', or, kipru 22. 195; Invls t'I and assist highway officials in re- '',
' t in Baltimore as Ohio and Chase- tion art: To prertiote and env
now has been Sere de le Pella routing traffic. -, ,..',,,, ,! ' -' ' '''' 1 ARUNGTOK Va. WPM, Ar- peak as Ohio. age the-tudy, development, (.
,
prison:. Clerk Supplement r o'it d s Id I tral tralby
by tralby giving audible. warn- ' tire" Whit. "e"
. lin.gtoiL Connty police last night : ,',,,,,d ,,, ...' use et,- linproved methods
BY eLola lit Haralaon Aq :
Chief Deputy Clerk ne SignS raided. the home of a printer- of higher itaridards in 'personnel'
Comptroller logs, particularly when aigns art i'. , , anti.Jewish literature after a grand Punctured .111res search:and 'administration;
Arriven itt'Y returned a Presentment, ir t 'Ttirtineourage fundamental
, New Orleans Service
crietobal charging, him with maintain $ systematic training for perm?
.ri ,,,,,,,,....,,, -, .ti,.,
0 '' '
Apr. 21 public nuisance there, 1 g ''f' Dombibrea ilart
,, 'I research and adminiatration.
, ,,,, 'YAQUE" Georie Lincoln Rockwell, 44, ,, ,,, . -. To foster and develop interim
noomerrcial Golloce zettiati: ,"..b. May 2 cited n two count misde misdeMaY
MaY misdeMaY 0 meanor complaint with actions in. ,. t. if ' establishing and mandaining e
f Sla lake triko ,, prehemive programa of verso!
,
MaY 6 dicating headvocated the Nasi
. 40U iltIORiLZAN" 4 4 diti d
' ,, ; ,,-.. ,, ". administration, ior the purposi
4 qtiti ;;,,.,w;;; 1,,..'' May 23 0 policies of Adolf Hitler, TAMPA (IIP11-,-
Aloe Handling Refrigerated and muse cares Rockwell was, ordered to appear 'and 106 flat t re'sA'PtItt
krivertise in thilt,Se4.tion,z0-..4dif Only cost $085 per coi. inch ofingemthpeloreins,,inInhileiranotert
'INFO ''
FOR RMAtION CALL 2-0740 ,,, In court. tomorrow to-aoswer the four-dayr-old Tampa Bay bakery t 0 .i
. amrtithrtheset blecotnntir
. ,, complaints. ... strike Wednesday,, with nti settle.
seas tend increaein the effect
administration. ... '',
,, , , , To provide a forum for tno in
New York Service Arrlvss 4 ' ment in sight.
change ,of thought and a redi
, 0, Thirteen raidervermed with 4 Angel Portugues, non-striker
, Cristobal search .1,, a r re n t enterid Rock. told police Wednesday-he received for the'co. Ilection. publicabon,,
NANCE 4 AUTOMOBILE FINANCE 1 ,
.
, SAN JOSIE" distribution of inform, ationd,redle
. t
nitration. ,, ,:,; k",...L ,,,,,,
itiRovernment Empfoyes 1 APL SI weirs home' and laid they were it telephone call from 'an slump
1PARISMIN b' may s ', seeking", additional' evidence to mous caller who said', hie' borne t,0
DOE. .,,. ,, ."Service'Pereonael i '' ,,, 1!LimoNo.', A id. .4, l' ."- :mai' 1. support ;' the, complaints. They would be bombed unlese int etart- Petserniel rescar,ch.an a r
1 PIltiance Yeti Nie Or -111EREDIA;,'.4,,;...I. ......,
'Agent Used Car I .
, Industrial:Lilt Truks
t Ins. Co., ' 4.1U141101r,' 1...14 ..,,,,,may. 17 spent ,nearly three hours catalog. ed to cooperate. 1.'' -' ,,,, ,,, beArslihrwseheo6Itarreirt.ienlitgeirbelsetelderime
mei 24 ing ',and identifying Rockwell's ", Soutiltrn Baker-it one Of the five
Informetioe
, r.:4 GOVERNMENT , possession& -,,, ,J N-, ; .. r ft firms s t r I k e b o u n d here,- St oblectives'of thechapter and
la 2-0552 ' "'" '' i,,,,,,r,'' ''.,1...'' ',:,' ; ". '1:, Petersburg and Lakeland,"repoet. will liersorintly contribute( t
13 irridey .i
to 12:00 EMPLOYES FINANCE Le. and Hoists CRISTOBALW.C.C.A. FEEDER SERVICE '," The,' e er r Pe d out literature'
, itdA 106 'fiat tires t on,. its fleet
te stee
. ', Tractor Shovels. ,, of and effort towahrthe accompl
Lint, te 12:00 4,0W-R,ATES UP TO 26 Mo. , 4444.W444.44
, Every 4E) Days elieht evrdestikina armbands, two pis'. trucavksektisad',,becn,:rutetured, with MeAnntyonfneghinterese oebstieedettesso.'in)L4
to s an a 0 a bronze plume ice , ,
1111011111111111EMEIMA.Molma OA new Clink, ,
, ' 1 of',,,Adolf Hitler, 1,, 5 by 11.,foot
AGENCY DEIILINUER .,,Local representative: Weekly tailings 'Of twelve passenger' ships to New swastika ghat had hung in, the ern eye", Ward,- HolsuM,.Itutter. Ilelmerich&t, Balboa 2143 or. 1
B ors involved besides South- organisation -mei centact Otte
'r,,I.,..,
York, New. Orleans, Los Angeles, Su Francisco 1 living room,, hve, pistol belts, and crust end Dem The ,210,members Those 'who APPIY for member
1 To No. 43 Automobile Row ,
' Phone 3-4934 2-4933 31,4'A. POWELL, S.A. 1 a recor ng e
0 di d scnbed as Genitalia of the,Americse Bakers and Con. and pay 15 annual dues on or
DAS All Types of Auto Ineuranco ,
- COLON Tel. 108
, 7 , ','1, 41111 Seattle' 1 Intel music and, Nazi rallies: feetionerst 'Won Walked out viten fore APril 30 WM be consideref
1 t They 'left undisturbed a half. their ,wage ,,,lierninda Were 4tot charter, members, of the ergs!
eaten', brithday ,,vake with which met In lie Contract negotiations. tion. ' '--- ',,,,, :'of ' '"."
,
, SPE,CIAL nolitti"ntm rAsszlinta Malts ?Rom Rockwell had telebrated Miller's ., ,'. ,,,,;t ',' 1- ., ' '' ' '' ','
FORM NEW COMPANY '''' i CRISTOBAL ANDOR, BALBOA; 79th birthdayen Monday ',, ,-e.,, .' 4, '-'"'' '-..1 '''' '1 ' ,:' ,, ,..' ,--'4 ",,
teacart NEW YORK, tUP1)American HUNT, FOR BURGLARS 1 , ,, ..,. .,
-. i ,.. : ,'' : ,, 0 -.1 .'.'. ..,' '." '- ''''. 4 GOODY BAR SIGNE CONTRACT !lilt AMONG FISH 0', ,,,,, ,'
,
Brake Shoe Co, announced it has .' t 4,,, t
SLIP To New 'fork and Beturn '...., ....'.. MOM Police said 'that while the raid 1 '.,'.,,'".. ',.,,,,' ' ig .' 1. ; ", LI' ,' ., '' ' ...v.- '. '',,',, v,..,,,' ' I ,'"-., '',, :
teamed ,op with Steel Imorove- 'NEWTON, Iowa IDP1)--Police To san Franalaor ansiat ilealtie god Return $36510 was in lirogress.' four. of Rock. -'' AICRON' ,I(DPI),--titetilyear' Tire '', WASHINGTON CUP1I----A ell
. tnent & Forge Co. of Cleveland Tuesday hunted for ,eivic-minded
'' ' e . : ' well's ,followera knocked on the Si Rubber Co. became the first te the,aquarium, reported 10 .1
and Cielhiechanite 0 linportadora burglers, Who broke 'foto the New- 4' ' bungalow's, door.t Each raised his of therubber "big. four''',, to! idea fishy signs is view.' .' ''
p.m. of Sao Paulo to form a new Bra. ton Daily Newel' officer pried open ",' ,..:- ',' i. '. ''. ' arm in -the' Nast salute end said, entracte with the, United Rubber ,, Among ', them Were -suck
sillao.Company with a potential a safe's steel cash drawers and .-: '. TELEPHONES:
YCN output of 10 million dollars worth made off with 1826but' left 120 ' "Siel Dell," before vital-Mu,. L Workers ',Union. The.' settlement spellings al 1"rribtaries,"1 ;1'1
'Rockwell, who offered no resist- gives 'pension, theorem end mies,1! and "Beautiful," ".
londay loi ..steel, forging' annually. Total behind. CRISTOIIAL 2121 PANAMA 11-2904 nee' to the search,. used the .oc- working conditions improvement The' director promised loll
investment is expected to reach The 120 bad been clearly , ., casion ,to announce hie candidacy es well to supplemental unem. that fish out el there end'fis
14,340,000. marked "for the Red Croat" for the Virginia Smut ; ,, ployment ,bonefits, ,,, , , signs at 05e56
,

M M evcjal
Advertise in thiirsie4.tionAdt only,,o6st
, .,
FOR ArORMAYION CALL 2

1 4 AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
44i,lphsvernment, Eninfoyes
, g 7''Service' ereonwel
'' )41hiance Ttrti Wis Or
Used Car
, r..4 GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE tiO
4,01, 'RATES UP TO Se Mo,
on new cars.,
AGENCY DEBLINCIER
No, 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-49St S-49115
All Tines of Auto Insurance

FORM NEW COMPANY
NEW YOBK. (111'0American
Brake Shoe Co. announced it has
teamed N with Steel improve improvement
ment improvement & Forge Co. of Cleveland
ami CialMechanica 0 linportadora
of Sao Paulo to form a new Bra Brazilian
zilian Brazilian Company with a potential
output of 10 million dollars worth
lof .steel- forging' annually. Total
investment is expected to reach
$4,500,000.

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FOR SALE: -w'ClieyryIiii Air
Snert Cowes 1955, six tylinder.
radio, two tone, three now WiS
tires, now battery. Excellent eon.
dition. Ale piano lb ,Viollos.
Can Ise...noon ;233 Carr St.
Balboa.
FOR SALL; '1955 kodn
baker Champion. Ported con condition.
dition. condition. Cali Dr.:.Gertans Balboa.
-
FOR SALE: Ford 59,:4.door,
$2300 V-11 2.429. Cott 4 p.m"-
to S
FOR LSALE: --- 19Si Fati
Wagon; 6 CA oroollone-tor.,
ditton, leaving for Stator:,
boa -1253,
FOR SAUL 1950 thOviolet
fordoor excellent condition, new
tires. 4-296 atter 4 pass.,
FOR SALE: '49 Chrysler,
good transportation, safely ins insPocted
Pocted insPocted $15000. Call 2-4197 or
;acted $150.00. Call 2-4197 or
Nouse 162-A Balboa.
FOR SALE: 19511 Vauxhall
Victor 4-door Sedan. Very good
"ndifiDn' $13"' Call Ba 11"11
6362 or Balboa 2744.
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobile
4-doer S;dan, Hydromatis.
Good 'rims. Please phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1101.
FOR SALE: One Opel Rekord,
4 Venetian blinds 52" fits cot cottage.
tage. cottage. One four poster hvin bed
springs fr mattress. One vanity.
One white sowing macliine with
attachments. Desk style model lb
bench. One record player. three
speeds. House 172-1 Gamboa
Phone 6-239.,
FOR SALE: '57 M.G.A.
Sport Coupe, green, 17,600
miles. Mono 14-6207.
FOR SALE: Ford 1959 VS
4-door $2300. Call 2-1629.
FOR SALE: Morris- Minor
convertible 1951. Ft. Amador.
2246.
FOR SALE: 1958 Plymouth
Belvedere 2-door Sedin, 8 Cy Cylinder,
linder, Cylinder, automatic power steering.
Balboa 1309.
IPersonals.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX '211. CRISTOBAL, CZ.
PRONCSALIOlk MB 1
,
GM Has flew Device
To Wan Me Wrists
,
Of Danger Ahead
,
'General
Motors today demonstrated a new
radio device designed to warn
motorists of dangers ahead on the
highway.
The new system, called hy-com,
said GM, suggests a new medium
for 'future highway safety, traffic
control and driver aid. It would
give the driver information his
eyes might miss, or warn of dan dangets
gets dangets before' they,caMe within eye eyesight
sight eyesight range. '
The system was developed by
General Motors research labora laboratories
tories laboratories and Delco radio division,
It has two basic partslow fre frequency
quency frequency transmitters spaced along
the highway, and transistorized
receivers ini ears, either separate
or combined with standard car
radios.
General Motors demonstrated
the new system in test cars at
the GM technital eenter in 'War 'Warren.
ren. 'Warren. The demonstration will be
rePeated later. for highway, turn turnpike,
pike, turnpike, safety and traffic ,officialsJ
GM research officials said he,
new electronic warning ,system
was designed to:
Warn motorists of trouble ahead
and assist highway, Rfficials in re rerouting
routing rerouting traffic. .,
SuppleMent r d I; tit ,4 traf traffic
fic traffic signs by. giving audible. warn warnings,
ings, warnings, particularly when iligns art
,
C.
$0.85 per col. inch
- 0740
YALE
industriii lift Trucks
d.
and Hoists
' Tractor Shovels.
,,,,, Lica! representsfive:
POWEit, S.A.
',,COLON Tst. 106
HUNT, FOR BURGLARS
,
' TON, Iowa WMPollee
Tuesday hunted for ,eivie-minded
burglars!, Who broke ipt0 the New Newton
ton Newton Daily New? office, pried open
a safe's steel cash drawers and
made off with $826--but' left $20
behind.
The $20 bad been clearly
marked "for the Red Croat"

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QM e,Articies ',,,

SALle;4- Kitchao table
and chairs, moral slosh, mo--
hearsay trod sok, 1
1 cu. tt.'istrigerator,. tolonilo
, tablo mo'rtal Ni-91 sot. Calf
Balboa 3553 attar 4 sod Navy
2539 before.
FOR sALte Nits dining
room utt, $150.00. Living room
set, $150.00. Transptrtos Ran Ranter
ter Ranter phons 1-2562.
FOR SALE: Cloth's dryer,
lilt" tosts, Oslo"' model, 110
120 volts. Call 16-4113 Al.
brook.
FOR SALL Luting 'Isthmus,
furniture of 7,,tittee: bedroom
apartment. Bargain- prime. 'Ur 'Urgently.
gently. 'Urgently. Tel. 34323 and 3-7990.
FOR SALE: Wash Ss:Rhine,
automatic meter amide swim
cheap. Call Panama 3-43$3.
WANTED
WANTED TO RENT:
American family desires
t
WANTED TO RENT: North
American family desires on.
furnished four bedroom house
in good residential neighborhood.
Tel. 3-6695;
Employer leaving early lune
wish place outunding Spanish-speaking
maid. emit, house..
keeper. 82-5214 after 4.
WANTED: -- Mali with
commendation, stiop in. 41111a
Shoat No. 14 now number.
WANTED: Macaw parrot.
Phone Navy 3738.
Capt. Paul Bugas
New Battle Group
CO At Ft. Gulick
New commanding officer of C
Company, 1st Battle Group, 20th
Infantry, Fort Gulick, is Capt.
Paul Bugas, who assumed his
new duties during a change of
command ceremony at Fort
Gulick's parade field at 4 1)311
on April It
Bugas relieved Capt. Joseph
Gresaffi cominanding officer
of the unit. Grezzati has been
assigned ail assistant B-3, ist
Battle Group, 20th Infantry,
Kobbe. Captain Greszati was
Commander of the unit since its
attiltagOrt in, 1957. 1
41,Bugags is a native of Denver,
Colo. and since April r, 1958 was
assigned as executive officer of
the unit in the grade of First
Lieutenant He was promoted to
his present trade in March
1959.
obscured by darkness, fog, snow
br mud.
Notify motorists of approaching
thruway exit ramps in time to
maneuver their ears safely into
the prckper lanes.

Loom parrot.
Bug's
Group
a
ri office; of C
le Group, 20th
lick, is Capt.
assumed his
a change of
ny at Fort
eld eA 4 p.m.
Capt. Joseph
mding officer
5afi has been
bent 8-3, let
Ith Infantry,
Greseati was
unit since its
1
ve of Denver,
ril r, 1958 was
Ave officer of
rade of First
s promoted to
in March
m, folf, now
of a ppro a chin
)a in time to
ra safelv into

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, pu DIM Is toralaurmvited,' -will Wilcox rat ,up vet a point tura
.
- be made at a.' party on Batur- better earningit report and Indica- Chapterl
. . ,.. . : day, May 2 at the Jamaican Bo- thin of 1 iv.. possible dividend-1w, ..,1 ;.. i .,, ,,,z,,.,
USED CARS 11ANTED,.:
,, clety-hall starting-At irp.m. crease, ...,:.1.-. ,.; . ."';''.':1111,..1. ,I.,"
, Thiy,Vinp!r. of the oontest,foar brup, iierl among,. the best A itillahll
, ,,.,,,,.,,, ;,, ,., :, 4ueet will os crowned at grotto Of pe,rformer, with leti,coll '. .':. '.,,
. -k. party Sonunemorating the club a runnine to, 3,A ., into,' in- V k, P
. ,
' ' i 1 i ix On iOril 13
WILL ALLOW HIGHEST' VALUS-i
intif aritliversar3P a the ,Casi- more, t an, Vpo.14,,,Ipin....,c1tessan
no ' itia-riciel Mar ', in Aan. 'It: Bobbins' and '-,,Aliierictir ltorne S
terested 1)1'34,
. Prazicisco- de '' la, '. Caleta- on' PIZ Texas .'''InitritinentsB14 but admintitteden 4
May',113. Dress,'w111- be lemi-,for4,- tenitlilost'Aii.21nternationkr' Bust. room-of-the' Ad
CLEANtilAN mai.' MIMIC Will be provided,"by nen Machines'll.'::1".;,:,,...,,4..-.,..,,:: inle,'13,,P9,Itl'.,.ne
. Willie '"Moro" Morrison, And his .".1.' 9 1' 1'4.'4 '.- Pese 'el'. ',swung
' themicalt;;showe ,. gain" of 2fl Chapter to the
orchestra and Albert 'Phillips
pm. to in Thiokol, nearly 2 points in U.S. nel Administrati
56 & '57 CHEVY'S and his "Jets" from 9
dawn..,Divitations grid table re reservatioils
servatioils reservatioils '. may ,,, be 'Jobtained Borak, close to a point In- East- During the til
man. Stauffer, however, lost 24, Shaw was eleet
pserceosniddenvtlei,
Union,Carbide more than 3 points. Margaret E.,. I
from' any elub member.
SMOOT & PAREDES SMOOT & HUNNICUTT Steels
, ,. ,', ,t. part, withwe'YreouinclgwsetorwnAcT' dothrme Z.:el pCnret
Panama Colon Mier Enthusiast 2,'ILS, ,Steel, Bethlehem and', on- p. Relmeriebsi
Usual off close to a point -each. Am Boroottt.tr
.
, I -- i'T ' '. Motor, ewers fractionally-lewer ex ,,...,
Talle Al tantiis1401 chnt for American which -atittari Itapentivn, enT

USP. CAR$:,,V1011.1P).
vb. iLtow 'HiqHt$TryALUES
cLE).k.N.-qtAN' .'.. -
56 -& 'St CHUY'S

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-UNITED FRUIT COMPANY

Great White neet
New Orleans Service Arriv4

'TAQUE" Apr 26
"MORAZAN"
, MMMM al la YYyY 21 263 0
d'ULTJA"
"YAQUE" b 4 4
WORAZAN"
Also Randling Refrigerated and Chilled cargo
.

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New York Service
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-"SAN JOSE"
IPARISMINA!'
, THOM ........libp
-"HEREDIA",1.6.
' 4.1UNIORI''
CRISTOBALW.O.C.A.
n'txrre''
J

Weeldy tailings 'of twelve passenger ships to New
York. New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisca
it 4 0
, vk and Seattle.

SPECIAL ROUND 'TRIP PASSENGER FARES FROM
CRISTOBAL AND911 BALBOA

To New 'fork indliteturn
To San FraneleoW antlior

TELEPHONES:

CRISTOIIAL 2121

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I
icelloneous
, FOR SALEI Fower,:olowee
i .rodis-incond pisynr'
podeotal fon $1104,Jel
3021 after 5 p.m
FOR SALE; Sot Point sot.,
'-- ft.,- Excellent coniiiHne, SISO
Amulet Army 5133.
.0imo.foo
FOR sALr PIOITO, S'
tal Roiling Mocking min bgt,''
mon et Intro. Ail Stainless Stool
Tanks 10; 40, 50
Two Adgiressocraphs. Two Coed
Commercial liectrigt Storks. Call 4
SALlb -- One imam "Ian.
fan .1"ro-Coptor." Call SU
PO SALE: 2I1P1Wsstint
hews., TV Conseth: Wit SEE,
Phoioe Albtook 1165120.
' FOR AALE: Mathessehok up.
, right plane and- bond, MS.
Quartere 1021 -I) Fort Robbie
'Phone 14-6231.
FOR SALO: Roby earthily.
Camtafes mimeos from frame for
us at ear bad. Call Panama
3-434S.
FOR SALE: Rof Figerator,'
Walking enachMo, Driorejtoant r
Iron, Mb:master, Mhos' op
apliancosi all automatic :ma
salient sonditiool,.ntg,
photography, Boys bike, samara
ems housohold, kens, ioaying
Must soli, 10 K Stunt Cangrojoi
Phooto 1-0526.
I Boqtsiti Mg' i:O..iS ,..1
14 ft. fiberglass(' do luxe run runabout
about runabout with top, windshield,
tiering and trailer, $345.00
cash. Many alter bargains.
ABERNATHY.
FOR SALE: 28 ft. Sloop;
stainless rigging; 25 11.p. Alexi Alexihull
hull Alexihull bunks, gallOry, head; boat
in ousellent undition. Phone
Balboa 1589.
FOR SALE: Fiberglass run., 1,,
about It foot, Thunderbird..
Jeronimo, two Johnsor435 hp. A,
remote controls,' convertihlo Ps
panoramic windshield, double
bottom, simples with' anchor,
oars, factory freight:sr, wady to
launch, like now. Cost new
000.00, win sacrifice for SS,.
000.00. Call 3-6504 or 3.1153.
FOR MLitt 14 ft.41uxe nen.
'oabeutr plywood, Criss Craft Craftmoist,
moist, Craftmoist, laminated with fiberglass,
compound pail, Job. Remote
control, steering. With big
twrn 35 HI. Ivinnede 1958
House 746-A Balboa.
Special Offers
'WANTED: Bilingual mote.
taring with Shorthand. lel. I.'
70211 Camara !I'do Commie
Building No. 9,
Arrives
Cristobal
. ,.
Arrives
..
, Cristobai
.
tot APr. II ,'.
4....,... ....... . May 3
- May le
0604. Har 17
I Mai 24
, ,,
1,t Aar. 111 ,'.,
4,...,., 0000000000000 May:- SH,
May la
.
,0, ,Mar 17'
.".,,, ,
May 24
FEEDER SERVICE
Every (18) DStil
nd Return .q $365A0
PANAMA 2-2904

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ro: il:31-
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,Autli Mon, be Fr14:,II 11.111i,
'224; 2:
" - S"- F
Real,'EstatC
POR SA1.12-4sts N00 slid 1.000 ;
, motets. is tho Noose Histsitosss
Utiossisatios Hoots ths Kitson
lasstessit. lots with stria 1:
frosts.'sowsos,' water main sod
slostricity Cal W.- hislismott.''
Tol. 4-0976.r
,FOR SAL114-1.0 1.065 Hears
, motets in the, bast location of
I...Croon; situated bewails "V",
Streit awl new wee: For infat-f,
oration glossa sail Tel.' 24170 t:
frem S no. 16'12 anon anal Iron ,,,,,
1 2 tran te 5 nark,
FOR SALEk Froparty
railan, Houle; garage, 4rvit
train, 412 bottarok Niel! via,
' seal. Mint toil, bargain Sli,500.
, Cali Sanwa 1-1117
,.,
k- '-: obs W,91,te,,,,d,FA.:,
I
,
'. PreiostelOotel,, 'Imetlems' a !'''itrui ii-''.
spooks Spanish, .11allith sod
Freed well. with. lortpo on-
porioato itt bushels 'manse,-
mint- with Will Sir, 144111 0111
1 late to manses business Or 411
kited, of office work. Moderato
salary dosired. Write Sr. Sauey,
lox SIMI. istofetvoktnitto Sol- ,'
, boa, Potions& , ,, '-
'howittwork, '.w1U 'soak r
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The 'fourth coUit Of votes for
queen of the Pacific.Conunissary
Social and Sporting Club took
place lut Friday evening. 21yr 21yrna
na 21yrna Haywood led with, 3449 votes,
followed by Hazel Broom, who
will be honored at a party at
Club-Social -Cortet,' to which all
of .,her friends, are invited; Ar Arlene,
lene, Arlene, Baxter, Olga Perel, Ilene
Pilgrim and Lorettk
'Me final tourit, tO 'which the
public Ls cordiallEinvited,' will
be made at a party s on Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, May 2 at the Jamaican Society-
hall starting at p.m
11184vinner of the contest for
queeni''' will- be crowned at a
party' conunemorating the club's
ninth' anniversary at the Casi Casino
no Casino VilSkrkiel Mar in Ran
Francisco.", la, Caleta on
May.16. Dress 'will be seml-,fov.
mal.4Ausie Will be provided' b7
I'Moro" Morrison, itil his
orchestra and Albert 'Phillips
and his "Jets from 9 p.m. to
dawn. Invitations and table re reservations
servations reservations may be '- obtained
from any stub member.
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Hugon County police last night
raided the home of sr Printer of
anti-Jewish literature atter a grand
t,try retitrned a presentment
chargint him with maintaining
public nuisance there.
George Lincoln Rockwell, 41,
cited in two count made.
meanor complaint with actions in.
dicating he ,,advocated the Nasi
policies of Adolf Hitler,
Rockwell was ordered to Appear
in 7,, court tomorrow toraoswer the
complaints.
0 Thirteen raiders armed with it
search w a r re n t entered Rock.
well's ifome' and said they were
seeking 0 additional' evidence to
support 4- the,- complaints. They
spent mearly three hours catalog.
ing ',and identifying Rockwell's
possession& J , ft
,
-, They' e d out literature,
eight awastika armbands, two pis.
tols ,and a riflo,, a'. bronze plaque
of Adolf a 5 by 11-foot
swastika ghat had hung in, the
living room,, two.. pistol belts, and
a recording described as German
martial music and, Nazi rallies:
t They left undisturbed a halt
eaten', brithday 'cake" with which
Rockwell bad celebrated Hitler's
75th birtbdayon Monde&
' Folic' said that will!' the raid
was in progress,, four of Rock.
well's followers knocked on the
bungalow's door.t Each raised' his
arm in -the Nazi salute .and
"Sieg Heil," before entering.',
'Rockwell, 'who offered no resist.
once' to the search,. used the ,0e.
casion .to announce his candidacy
for tile Virginia Emit ;

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NEW' YOBJIE (UPI)Investors
Research Comp my fully expects
this week's rise to- he the begin,
plot of great upsurge in-stock
values," with groups such at alitvi
-automation,' electrical
equipinent, airline, anti equip.
meat, steel, drug lantri- building'
materials ,'remaining; in ths-,140-
, guard. .'At
E.. E,''Huttong and Company's
' Joseph E. --,, Granville se ys recent
softness in coppers is expected to
be temporary, and as, the bull
market' approaches ita 'More dy dynamic
namic dynamic end final phase, it is likely
to be' topped off bye a- sharp up uping,the
ing,the uping,the metals, principilly
, .Hooper W, Ruffen
and Co, feels Norfolk and Western'
should be abli- to earn ''Sround
$3.50 a' Share this year, and per.
haps- $1.1, in 1960....,Says weak.
ness in American mathig provides
an opportunity to make trailing
purchases in lit,ht of anticipated
$3.50 to $3.75 hare probable for
the Year's earnings.
Hayden Stone's General' Techni Technical
cal Technical Survey says Standard 011
Indiana 'is in 'A position to move
above 60,, with improv,ement
crude reserve position, re-estry
into foreign,- field and- increased
production of crude and natural
gas auguring well for earnings:-
says sales and earnings of New
York Air.Brake should rebound
sharply 1E04959; With, increase In
quarterly diVidend anticipated.
,sk-ly..100(et.:$0.:,les.
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NEW-YORK (UPI The stock
market suffered a 2-billion dollar
setbacka not unexpected' inter interruption
ruption interruption ,after the eight-session rise
which had lifted the list into new
higir-ground. $1,
- The ',elk& sae Mout' pOssurs..-representingillargely
reins reinsing
ing reinsing of ,profituin some recent Up Upside
side Upside leaders', such as American
Telephone, Polaroid, Zenith:.
, 2ilarket INA, pointed eut, Atew-.
ever,- that a progressive deans le
short interest-1A the past several
months' might also, contribute
some -ifiesitation.' For' the month
ended Apri1,13',, shot, position was,
the smallest 4,inee January 13,1
1958. 1
concensus yeas that ete1
pause was simply a technical rei
action and that the advance would
resume wi'thout much difficulty.
Bearing this out, there was
plenty of selective strength in the
market despite- ,the over-alr,easiness,;,r.olgate-Palmelivet;
1015 14
stance; oossed points
company,, announced itt, intention
of entering-the -ethical and pro-'
prietary ,,drug field. Babcock and
Wilcox ras ,up over a point on-t
better earninge report and indica indication
tion indication of lc. possible dividend ',in ',increase,
crease, ',increase,
Drugs tier Among the best
grotto of performers, with gain's
running to '3,A, ,points, 1112 Vick,
more tit an 2' pointl McKesson
, Robbing and '-,AmerIcatt ',Horne
211,;' Texas ,'"Instrnments14;, but
lost',Ii,'InteniatiookT' Bust Bustnen
nen Bustnen Machines 1.:1'.
els.; showed. Rini et 2ft
in Thiokol, nearly 2 points in 'LTA
Borak, close to a point in- East Eastman.
man. Eastman. Stauffer, however, lost 34,
Union ,Carbide more than 3 points.
Steels were lower for the most
part, with Youngstown dovm over
2,' U.S. Steel, Bethlehem and', Na National
tional National off close to a point each.
Motet, ewers fractionally-lOwer ex
' cept for Ameirican which 'added
it, oh the day's third heaviest
volume.i
losses renged,past points
th Western Maryland, over a point
in Baltimore 'as Ohio end Chesa Chesapeake
peake Chesapeake as Ohio.
pon;,!oi:41.,Tfr.0';:).
0.40.Ii..1,Iii..'0','Ot,17)'Os
flit'',.(1a.kOry..:Stijki.
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TAMPA homl' threat
and net tires4'marked the
four-dayr-old Tamps Bay, bakery
strike Wednesday, with me settle settlement
ment settlement sight.' , '',
Angel Portugues, ion-striker,
told police ,Wednesday-be, received
telephone call from in ,ationy ,ationymous
mous ,ationymous ,caller 'who libr home'
would be, bombed unlesChe
ed to. cooperate.'
Southtrn Bakeri, one of thelive
firms strik ebound here,..St
Petersburg and Lakeland,' report.
flat' tires on,. its fleet. of
trucks' had ,,heen punctured 'with
ice picks.;
Bakers besides South Southern
ern Southern Ward,- Holsumo Butter Buttercrust
crust Buttercrust and Belt,' The 280 members
of the 'American Bakers and Con Confeetioners
feetioners Confeetioners union Walked out viten
their, wage ,,,,Aerfiteds were -,,,not
met $si i.ornract negotiations.
SOODYRAR 'St NS CONTRACT
AHICI101s14:,(trI).rsoidyeati, fire
Rubber Co. became thd first
of the 'rubber "big' four",, to' Sign
entracte with the United Rubber
Workers ', The.' settlement
gives pension, insurente end
working conditions improvement
as well to, supplemental mem.
plorment benefits,

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ixed in moderate
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Tel i 258
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IV. 117 "';
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)Promotel
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Mon'
Droop of pent
Kehl of personnel
met ta, the board
tinlitration Build-
tlats,, for the put
a Canal tons
ociety for Person.
'ding lcit41101 1.
1 president; Mrs.
iurphy, first vice
1 W. Helmerichs,
ident; Mr'. Marie
secretary; Miss
surer.
mittee members
1,1re L: B. Burn Burn,
, Burn, Z. Murphy, and
dy.
of this organize.,
Mot and encour;
evelopment, and
ed methods and'
in 'personnel' re remistration;
mistration; remistration;
fundamental and
ing for 'personnel,.
ninistration.
levelop interest In
mandaining contJ,,
'ams of personnel
or the purpose, of
iditions and rela.'''
s,,in their occupa.
sing the effective.
'ation. ''
orum for the Inter Intertt
tt Intertt and a medium
1. publication, and
formation ,relsting
earCh and admin.
it,illgible for mem.
'interested In the
"chapter end Who
contribtger time
d'the accomplish.,
leetives.' '' ,,,, '''i ',
ted in joining tide
r contact Otte W.
lboa 2143 Or VOL
r for membership
el dues on or be.
I be considered as
I, et the organise.
',............ ,,,t,,f
( (VP1)-4 'visitor ')
reported 10 very ..
, 'were 'luck trv
L'ribtaries," ,'"Kry,
autifull." ''' i','
promised loll 'get
Pro 'and Via all
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Stocks opened mixed is moderate
trading today.
ACF,Ind U,
J-AdvocatekAnbeetes- 11401)
;Allegheny,- : 12
'Alumblium 29'
Amer,Cyanam d
-fAmei 'Motors 311-
-' Amer Tel and 'Tel 258
.
Asaconda Copper t 88
1:Attu's. Fuel : 33
'AVCO Mfg 14
Beth Steel Si
Bettinger Corp gb
'Bierott Uranium ItTb
British ,ret. '
Burroughs 41
Canadian Eagle le'
Celanese
Cerro. de' Place
, Chicago Great Wnst 47b
Chrysler a
Cities Service -,:-
Colorado Fuel It, 38
Coastal Caribe 1
Colgate Palmolive 11?
" Creole tot:, 4" , se
, Crown orkand los 38
' Cuban Venezuelan 9-16
;. Du Pont g3g
El Paso Natitr al lei 32
Fairchild Engine
Fargo, Oil, 1
Felmont ,Pet ?
r. General Dynamics :
' General. Elettrit 44
Genera' Motors 10
General: Plyweod 21
Gull Oil 113
Harsco'Steel 41
Hayden -Newport 19
Rowe Smmd 19
Imperial 011 49
Intl Pet 38
Intl. Tel esd Tel 28
Lorillard'
Martin Co.
Montrose. Chem '-'
New Eng Tel and Tel 17g
Northrop Air 40
Olin Mathiesos
Pancoastal
Pan Israel
Pantepec OR
- Phillips Pet
Pure' 0114,
RCA 1.-4. 17
Roynolk 1104141 81
Royal ,Elutekilhell 44
San Jatintnr 111
' Bert oCOrP:!t:k
Shell Tritaspe''-'",, 19
SignaV011 afig gas It
F Sinclair; lc),
r S4c44Y, MO),
SpenTltand.,4 16-. 4
:1. Standard 'Oil ft': U
',',,'terlint Precision 01 4
Studebaker-Paeltard 11
.4- Superior' Oil 1000
'Texas :Gulf :Trod' 30
, 'Underwood rr
-:United Canso 011 -,-,,, 1
US Rubber A" II
US Steel 31
Westinghouse Mee II
Wheeling Steel SI
din
binisn't Organizo t'
'9 A
o Promote
(nbhfrillon
45" C1111121 tot Wide in interested
terested interested M' of personnel
administradon'tmet la the board
room- of An Adminlitration Build Building,'
ing,' Building,' Balboa': Heights, for the pur.
pose at:stalling' a Canal tone
Chapter to the Society for Person.
nel Administration.
During the meeting vmabd 2.
Shaw was elected president; Mrs.
Margaret E. Murphy, first vice
president; Otto W. Helmerichs,
1second vice' president; Mra. Marie
Melmerichs, secretary; Miss
1 Ann Barnett, treasurer.
Executive committee members
who were elected L: B. Burn Burnham,
ham, Burnham, Mist Mary E. Murphy, and
Rufus M. Lovelady.
, 'rho objectivet of Ibis organize-,
tion art: To pregtote and encour;
age theitudy, development, and
use afr,- iniproved methods and'
higher itandsrds in personnel, re researcleand
searcleand researcleand 'administration;
Ttiltncourage fundamental and
systematic training for personnel,.
research and administration.
To foster and develop interest
establishing and maintaining conV,
prehemive programs of personnel
administratioo, 'for the purpose, of
bettering the conditions and rela.:.
gong of employes,,in their occupa occupations,
tions, occupations, and increaaing the effective.
ness of administration.
To provide a forum for the inter interchange
change interchange ,of thought and a medium
for the'collection. publication, and
distribution of information ,relating
to personnel research. and admin.
istration. , 4
AU perions arciligible for mem membership
bership membership whEare interested in the
oblectives of thechapter and who
will personaly contribtger
and effort toward'the accOmplish.,
ment of 4these objettives."
, Anyone interested in joining Sit
organization may contact Otte W.
RelmerichW Balboa 2143 or VOL
Those 'who apply for membership
and pay 15 annual dues on or be.
fore April 30 will be considered al
charter members, ef the organisa
ftlitt AMONG IIISH v..OL
ft,
wAsinNwrozi, Mr1).;4'Ositor
twthswaquarium, reported 10 very 4.
fishy signs is view.''
,, Among ',them eters -suds In,
spellings as. 1"rribtaries," ,'"tZry,
mies," and 4113eautifull."
Th' director promised NO
that fish out et there andlit
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still 'climbing. toward ttew' peaks,
the Commerce Department re-,
ported yesterday..
It said business actIVity in Ap
ril surpassed the reCord, itnnual
rate of' 40S-billion 'dollars chalked
,in the first three months of.
the year, The first 'quarter; in
turn,. was up over the 453-billion
dollar, ratrettaliN shed Itr, final
three' mObths' of'1958,-,
iThe,Aepartment indicated It ex exfleeted
fleeted exfleeted the economy to- ceintinue
forging 'ahead. It said consumer
incomes and soendinct production,
investment, inventories' and new
'orders' all Were on, the, upswing.
The' Agriculture. Department in iniected
iected iniected a -sobering- note. however.
said het farm income this year
le sr-fleetedto' Itrow"to- $12100---
000.000, this year, a decline of 'one 'onehillion
hillion 'onehillion dollars from 1951L: It' tifed
lower fsrm prices. risiett vw04111,-
lion. costs and drop in federal
fse;n subsidies.
Economists exPect that thecur thecurrent
rent thecurrent expantion in huving. arid pro production
duction production will generste roorpity
lobs and, a reduction in unem unemolovment.
olovment. unemolovment. There were 4.360.0001
Jobless in March., or ,541, per cent
Of-the ?bor.' force. t
ommeree,Depertment
nraked the tursiness 'outlook' in the
April issue 'of iti ""Survey of Cur Current
rent Current Boilnese
It said a ,gain in physical pro production
duction production sccounted for' -owl,' all
'o'' the Si' per cent, rain' in-- total
national .outout in earl! 1959 sinee
average prices showeet tittle
avenge.
The government's consumer
price- index has been almbst per per,fectly
,fectly per,fectly stable since, last July, fol following
lowing following more than 'two' years of
steady, rise. But manY experts
fear the- climb' back toward 'full
production and entployment may
put new upward pressure 'on pri--

' The recent economic improve.
ments 'and expected further gains
were attributed largely to bigger
spending by both consumers and
businessmen. ,
Industrial production., sparked
by steel output. climbed to an all alltime
time alltime high in March.. Pourings of
ingots and casting rose to an an annual
nual annual rate of 131I million tons. 4
per cent above the. pid record Set
in October, 1951. teel activity
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INDIANOLA, Miss., April 22'
(LIPI)J. W. Pruett,- a Mississippi
farmer recently acquitted in the
mysterious death of a wonian- in
Cuba, vas ambushed lard night and
shot in the face, Sheriff 'Ed Wil Williams
liams Williams reported. 4
Williams said Pruett was shot aa
he got into hia automobile in the
parking lot of the Wagon Wheel, a
night club in Humphrey Cotmty
south of here, at about 11 Dan
The sheriff said three shots were
believed to have been fired. One
hit Pruett on the left -cheek bona
just below the eye en& another
grated his stomach, Williams said.
Pruettwas taken to the South
Sunflower Countv hospital here for
emergency treatment and then to
Kings Daughters hospital in Green Greenille.
ille. Greenille. '

Williams said a doctor told hint
Pruett probably would be able to
talk with and Humphreys
County Sheriff J. D. Purvis later
in the day.
Truett, in his early 30s, recently
,was arrested by Cuban authorities
shortly after the body of Mrs. Eth Ethel
el Ethel McCsslin was found in his bun bungalow
galow bungalow tt the Isle of Pines south
of the Cuban mainland. Authorities
released him later and said 'their
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was' even higher in the lint two
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cent of' capacity.
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year ego, when the reception had
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ASHINGTON (UPI)The gov government
ernment government reported yesterday that
its cost of living index held steady
in March as lower food prices
more than offset increased costs
orbther goods and services.
.4Blit the report contained some
bad news for housewives. It said
tilgei prices are expected to rise
starling in May and continue to
go up during the summer. Price
hikes were predicted for fruits,
vegetables and meat.
The bureau's consumer price
index, one of the most reliable
measuring rods of inflation, stood
et 123.7 in March. This was the
same as in February, but a rec record
ord record for March and three-tenths of
onVper cent higher than a year
age.
The 173.7 figure means that it
cost .$12.37.1ast month to buy the
game articles that could be
bought for $10 in the 1947-49 base
period.
H. E. Riley, price chief of the
Bureau of Labor Statistics, neted
that the price index has moved
within a range of two-tenths of
one per cent for the past nine
months. He said this was the
longest period of relative stability
Since the index was 'started in
1913.
But he predicted a hike in liv living
ing living costs m coming months as
rising food prices push up the in index.
dex. index. Riley said the rise will be
less sharp than m previous years,
however.
, Other administration economists
(Whined, however, that the fight
igainst inflation could not be con conMeted
Meted conMeted won permanently. They
laid there could be new upward
restive on prices as factory out output
put output appmaches capacity and the
Surplus labor podl shrinks.
,The government's index is com comtiled
tiled comtiled by checking prices of 300
goods and services used by the
eyerage cite wage earner with an
income of $4,200 and a family of
four.
,,"Weekly take-home earnings of
thr average factory workers with
three dependents rose to a record
high. of $79.68 in March in the
wake of longer work weeks and
higher hourly earningi. The aver aversge
sge aversge factory worker's buying power
rose one-half of one per cent to
equal an all-time high for March.
' But because of price stability,
1:350,000 railroad, aircraft and
electrical workers, whose wages
Are geared to the price index, will
receive no cost of living pay boost.
,The bureau's report showed that
food prices dropped four-tenths of
one m, tent between February
and March, largely because of
price declines for pork, eggs and
fresh vegetables.
Prices of housing,clothing, medi medicaLcare,
caLcare, medicaLcare, tfansportation and read reading
ing reading end recreation in'creased slight slightly.
ly. slightly. Used car prices rose 1.6 per
cent: contrary to the usual March
trend.' Gasoline prices also mse
but tew car prices remained unchanged.

Weather Or Not 1
Thb weather report for tha 2o
hours ending 8 a. m. today b
prepared by the Meteorological
an&llydrographie Branch of the
tanami Canal Company:

, 4 Balboa

TEMPERATURR:
High 95
Lew 74
HUMIDITY
High 91
tow 44
WIND:
(max. mph) S12
HAIN (inches) 0
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 79

Cristobal
84
18
88
67
N-12
83

LAKE ELEVATIONS:
, Gatun Lake 23.47
,..Madden Datn 221.50

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Royal- Pair's Visit With Pope
Causes Angry Stir in Britain

ROME (I.TPI)--Princess Marge Margeret
ret Margeret and Queen Mother Elizabeth
were received by Pope John,
XIII in a, 3-minute audience at
the Vatkan 3resterday despite a
flood of angry protests from Prot Protestant
estant Protestant groups in Britain.
The private audienie In the
papal library served to revive old
rumors that the Princess, a lead leading
ing leading member of the Angli e a n
Church, was considering conver conversion
sion conversion to the Roman Catholic
Church. The rumors were denied
by Pvotestant circlei in Britain.
After the audience, the Princess
resumed a crowded schedule,, cli climaxed
maxed climaxed by a gay party at a Ro Roman
man Roman nightclub that features clas classic
sic classic nude paintings and the legend
that Dante, author of the "Infer-,
no,' had lived on the site in the
year 1300.
Such greuPs as the Profestant
Truth Society, the Scottish Refor Reformation
mation Reformation Society and the Protestant
Alliance protested strongly in
Britain against Princess Marga Margaret's
ret's Margaret's audience with the Pope..
They decried the,.-fat that the.
sister of Queen Elizairth, IL bead',
of the Anglican Churdir- should,
Pleet on friendly terms with the,
leader of the world's Roman
Catholics.
It was' Margaret's second audi audience
ence audience with a Roman Catholic pope,
a modern precedent for the Brit Brit;Rh
;Rh Brit;Rh royal family. She also visited
the late Pope Pius XII in 1949. A
spokesmen for the Archbishop of
Canterbury said in' London that
the primate of the Church of
England 3vas "quite ,happy' about
fhe meetintilsith,Pope John.
The Princess and her mother,
clad in traditional black, with
Spanish-type veils, made deep
curtsies as they were presented to
the Pope by Msgr. Corradino Ba Basile,
sile, Basile, one of the secret chamber chamberlain&
lain& chamberlain& The Pope, a portly figure In
white, smiled In welcome and
thanked the two women for the
visit.
A communique Issued after the
visit said the Pope gave Margajet
a gold filigreed box containing a

Annual Cayuco Race
For Explorers Set
Weekend Of May 1-3

US Satellite May
Burn Up Saturday

INGLEWOOD, Calif. (UPI),
The Defense Department an announced
nounced announced -last. night the polar polarorbiting
orbiting polarorbiting Discoverer II satellite
launched April 13' probably will
burn up in the earth's atmosphere
late Saturday or Sunday.

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Final plans for the annual
"ocean to ocean" cayuco race
of Canal Zone Boy Scouts will
be mapped at the Gamboa Civic
Center tonight.
The race, which will be held
May 1-3, will .follow the pattern
of previous cayuco races in that
it will start on the.Atiantic side
and end on tkie Pacific side
Twenty two cayucos are en entered
tered entered and most will be manned
by four-man competing crews.
Some will have more than four
and others have indicated they
will have less than four crew crewmen.
men. crewmen. These crews,. knoWn as
"patch" crews, will be eligible
for special badges upon comple completion
tion completion of the route, but only the
competing crews will qualify for
prizes.
Sea Stout troop 9 of Cristobal,
winner of last year's race, will
be back to defefld its laurels.
The meeting of the race com committee,
mittee, committee, which wM make a final
check of the rules and mechan
les of the race, will begill at
the Gamboa Civic Center at II
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The Queen,Mother',receiv4id 11 I
mosiac reproduction ,of the Ma.,
donna of -Grace by Mira llet,
framed in silver, Jhe original -ef
which is in, Franca,
During, the audience, the tom,
mtmique said.; the Pope-, "eittend-iti
ed his best wishes, for Her Ma Majesty,
jesty, Majesty, Queen Elizabeth 1.1, ,and,for
the royal family,: tallinuen the,
Lord for his mist 411W:divine
assistanci for the ,Itritish natiOA
and for all the people of the- Commonwealth."

stammnam
Millions Of Jews
Usher In 8-Day
Piisover Festival

JERUSALEM, srael (UPI)
Millions of Jews around the world
gathered in synagogues, temples
and homes last mght to tither in
the featival of Passover, cOM cOMmemorating
memorating cOMmemorating the deliverance of
their Ancestors from Egypoian
bondage: more than 3,000 years
'rhe eight-day holiday began at
stmdown. Throughout IsraeLl
stores and shops closed down and
all public transportation halted.
Htmdreds of foreign tourists and
thousands of Israeli Jews already
had flocked into Jervalem to ful fulfill
fill fulfill the tradition of Passover in
the Holy City.
The Haggadah, the story of The
enslavement, and liberation of the
ancient Israelites, Is recited dur during
ing during the Seder (order) meal, high highpoint
point highpoint of the evening celebrations.
Orthodox Jews'eat no leavened
bread during the eight days, only
matzoh& Me matzohs, or un unleavened
leavened unleavened bread, is a reminder of
the haste with which the ancient
Hebrews began the exodus from
Egypt where there was no time to
allow the dough to rise.
Throughout the day, streets
were crowded with last minute
shoppers, arms laden with pack packages
ages packages of matzohs and bottles of
wine.
Scores Of tourists joined' Is Israelis
raelis Israelis on Mt. Zion early yester,
day to witness the ceremonial
burning of leavened bread (cho (chometz)
metz) (chometz) in a furnace..used only for
that purpose. Other fires were
lighted in other parts of Jerusalem
by the orthodox who burned their
own bundles of the forbidden
leavened foods.
Some 100,000 persons are ex expected
pected expected to make the pilgrimage to
Mt. Zion during the Passover.
From vantage point on the
mount, they can look toward the
Wailing Wall, all that remains of
the Great Temple, and recite fes festival
tival festival prayers.
The wall is in the Jordanian Jordanianheld
held Jordanianheld old city of Jerusalem and
Jews are barred.

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Indie(1.114)-JThe
Dalai Lama e.and Indian. govern governme,nt
me,nt governme,nt ,officials yesterday- flatly
rejected -, Communist. c h g e s
that, the godling .did not issue
the atartling 'statement, att;ibuted
to him at Tezpur'last Saturday,
The-43-year-old Tibetan Tyler Tyler1in
1in Tyler1in exile said he had seen g pew
China News 'Agency-dispatch inv
PlYinrhe was not responsible' for
the- statement,-tha'. had
been',able, lel IttiktC,41d1Welk fleehlg
Lhasa March
wishto',make 2t: ilear that
he: earlier: statemen was- batten
under my luthoritylind,indicated
my 'yiews end ,I stand' j)r it'1, he
said.
am makingAhlsobrietetate makingAhlsobrietetatement
ment makingAhlsobrietetatement te correct-the-twrong im impression,
pression, impression, created by,;.the w
Chins News 'Agency 'report and
do 'not propose to- state Amything
mere at present'i
His., statement yesterday Avas
read to newsmeety.the DalairLa DalairLarnars
rnars DalairLarnars ripresentative,
- P, M.2Menon, special envoy el
government;',.whe met
,and hescorted -the ,Dalai'Lama to
Musseorle from, the frontier area,,
said neither. he nor any ether.ln ether.lndian
dian ether.lndian official had' helped Ow
Lama prepare his, Feapur ;state ;statement.
ment. ;statement.
. The statement stressed that-the
Balai Lama bad fled 'to Indit of
his ovm free It' -accused
Communist China of. oppressing
Tibet and of breaking every prom promise
ise promise and pact it had made. It said
the Chinese Communists had crip-,
pled business, destroyed Buddhist
monasteries and killed -monks.
The Commtmists, apparently,o
confident they would be able to
recapture the Dalai Lima before
he reached India, had ,announced
even before he had esdaped from
the cotmtry that be had been
"abducted" against his will.
Caught with that line, they at attempted
tempted attempted to cast ,doubt on the va validity
lidity validity of the Dalai Lama's own
story by aaying -,his statement
was written by aomeone'else.
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Zero Years Sod!
Presidential, Fate
wAsHINGT0N, April 23 (UPI)
Rep. Joe M. Kilmire (D-Tex.)
has an ominous warning for
1960 candidates:
Kilgore Said every Itlart elect elected
ed elected to the presidency Mndo 1840
in a year, enIng in Aerd died
in office.
Here's the record: 1840, Wit Witliam
liam Witliam H. Harrison: 1860, Abra Abraham
ham Abraham Lincoln: 1880, lames A.
Garfield: 1900, William McKint McKintley;
ley; McKintley; 1920, Urerrenlitt Harding;
1940, Franklin D. evelt

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Jerusalem and to poll the wool over hi.
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rem 0101bY SETH HOLT 'and KENNETH TYNAN,
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t hist nuns sent to -army tamps
, for the pleasure of Me (troops."
They said-nearly 2,500 Tibetan
monasteries were damaged or de desixoyed
sixoyed desixoyed by Commtmist artillery
In the past month and nearly tie
000 monks killed, 12,000 arrested
and about 800,000, lamas forced
to flee homeless 'and hungry, in into
to into the motmtains:
UPI correspondent AL Gupta,
who traveled through the ;mow
covered 17,000-foot mountain posi posits
ts posits to reacb the border IA :Tibet
apd interview the refugeet4 sild,

LONDON' (DM 'rhe tabloid
bait, Mirror investigated today
the -war between the sexes-over
who gets which side of the bed.
The mirror's full page public
opinion poll was prompted by a
letter from a husband who signed
himself I'D.B."
I have' bee' n Married for twe,
years and my wife and I still
squabble over which side of the
bed to sleep on," the husband
wrote. "Every night there is a
race to Claim-the favorite place."
The mirror said tradition die dietotes
totes dietotes that the husband sleep ort
the side nearest the door to me metect
tect metect his wife from intruders. Then
it asked 18 prominent 3ritons
how they managed.
Some of the answers:
The Duke of Bedford: "We have
twin beds. I just take the one that
isn't ,accupied."
The- Marquis of Hertford: ,01
started out on the' left but some somehow
how somehow I've ended up on the right.'
(Left and right sides, the Mir,
ror ooted, were judged "taking it
from the foot of the bed.')
- Harry Secombe, a plump com comedian:
edian: comedian: ."Technically, sleep on the
left, but my tummy takes up most'
of the bed and my wife onl has
what's left."
John Zosling, 'former deteetive.
superintendent at Scotland Yard:
"I tchose the left when I had au authority
thority authority and my wife has allowed
me to keep that side ever since.'
Mrs. Joe Erskine: wife of a box boxer:
er: boxer: "We have twin 'beds and I
keep moving them around. Joe
never knows where be is."

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P",.,1.1'71 ;.; ,' ,,,' i ; ,''';',., ,- WASHINGTON (UPI)--- Tana Tanaevery
every Tanaevery one? was
' Thete'''aald th-a't t' during mg hh, dahlingi there's simply dread dreadful
ful dreadful : news 4, from, our precious
65 villages that Ibid.-been known
destroyed, bY", the
flight to-Nepal' he- passed through
ftiends -in,- Congress, !--'. '-
as good trading centers and tit They're not goingto do a bloodY
Commtmists'.with mot ,a 'elgik'! of 'want them to paw ' '' i
thing about that bill 'you did so
life visible anywhere. ', '",.., I ' It isn't that the Rouse Ways and
- ',Every ,.'ribetan was Prima- Means Committee,pays no atten attener,''
er,'' attener,'' he 'Said. "The whole ,count17 two to' tha. vies of an actress
was turned into o ,-,vast priSOno'' the stature of Tallulah Bankhead,
Dusk' to dawn curfews were hi- You'll recall ', that your ,:testi ,:testipose4
pose4 ,:testipose4 tit over Iribet and did not moily,'On unemployment 'compen-,
allow normal- living. ''' '-', ,' ', sation last' week got, an .attenitve'
,'."1",ThetInandE;of";Oeticettil, MTh"' audience Ohm. the, comlnitteemen,
cent ,Tibetani'Werrhettlg whIPPed the dolls.,52v .- 1.1
daily in open .plaeir, in ,,,the' course Nor does the coutttee feel You,
of '''-questioning "--- aid inhumane i.
aabotaged ,"--ritte.oWn-ttise,- al almethods
methods almethods were being applied for though you ,inust admik, that st
confession. MoStly the lleople pre- times 'you didn't help much,
ferred to confess as desired by "4-- For example; it did the-eause of
the Chinese than stand, tort e
ar--1 liberalizing unemployment corn cornany
any cornany longer. -, pensation little good' to. talk abobt
"Markets are cloed; essential actors who -drive up in their Rolls,
consumer goods have disappear, Royces to, collect their, weekly
ed; trade is finished; resulting jobless pay 'checks.' -", t,
in muznberless deaths Inside hous- And, to remark that' "every "everyes
es "everyes from- ,.- artificial: starvation thing's gone i,sky-higle 1, when you
cautet by' the5 Chinese. Any men- were told that benefits range up
tion of devotionto the Dalai La- to $45 in' New sNotkWell, debt debtma
ma debtma Wak a Serious, crime and, big, ' ,q, 't ,
people were being forced -to show. The problem lit 'that whit you
their entire devotion to ,thi Pan- Want to doL-provide for, reciPrO reciPrOchen
chen reciPrOchen Lame ' -,'; ,- city of -eligibility, between state.
"Large numbers of nuns, Wht to help unemployed ictori --, gets
, Weeny ,aro called "o n si I 0, into the area of statek erighte.
have boon forsid to livo In er- g no feeling on the committee Is
my camps at the ploasurs N of that this business ofleciprocity kis
ChhtostiSovorol nuns roported- a field thatCongress should leave
ly committed suicide to escoPe to the states. ,-, ; '',- ,,, ,,,,-, ;
Chinos brutalithst."' ,' '., When you began testifying last
tithon, another refugee, Said Tuesday, you complained you bad
20,00o Chinese t r o 0 p s 'were not heard the previous remarks
searching each house and aveFY of the committee members "so I
person 'along the southewestern don't know whether you are for
border of Tibet and, that most of us or xgin us."
the people had lied to the bar- It's sad, dahling, but they're
ren plateaus and now were dy- agin you
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Ono noltskopoaking Tibetan
namod 'ThetoV a 27,year, oitt,
graduate of Paiping University,
,said ths, ).;.Chinossi killed ;,165
mamberi' 'of 'Idi 'clan in the' oil.
'ago of, Ohatumba in Kham'
Prookwa. HO Said,;he saw his
fathor machine-gunned' for; row'
'fikainti -te betray ',,othar Tibatan,
patriots. ',-
" Thote said 's that t: durhig ,1 his
flight to-Nepal' he passed through
65 villages that had: -been i.E.sayvn

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Commtmists'.with mot m ''"IdgC! 01 'want them to passo,
life visible anywhere. It isn't that the liouse Ways and
',Every ,.'ribetaa was Prison- Means Committee,-pays atten attener,''
er,'' attener,'' he 'Said. "The whole pountrY tioo to' the' vielkri of an actress
was turned into --vast Prison.' the stature of Tallulah Redhead.
Dusk to dawn curfews were it- You'll recall that your Aesti.
posed al over Tibet mnd did not molly ,on unemployment 'compen 'compenallow
allow 'compenallow normal- 1 sation last week got, an attenitve
.'1"Thoilsandk;of;peticettu, MTh"' audience from. the eommitteemeo,
cent TibetantWertrheing whiPPed the
;Nor does the torn 'Mitts feel Ion
. dotailynutuesuopoeninn.gple.!ellin'ilin.,theinh'ucmotua'nsee
Sabotaged ,' vitt oWn-tase,'-
IncoenftheVison
mreoiubeyinthge, appepolipre piker.
ferred to confess as desired by tthimoueg8h,yoyuoulfindnulst hampdmniit u. tchhait et
1, For example, it did the cause of
any longer. pensation little good' to. talk abotit
the Chinese than stand, tortures
"Markets are cloted; essential liberalizing tmemployment corn cornactors
actors cornactors who -drive up in their Rolls,
consumer goods have, disappear, RoYces to, collect their weekly
ledninutrinbadeerleisss. dfienaithshsedit,'"sirdeesuhloutinsg,
And, to remark that' "every,
jybless pay 'checks.'
es from artifieial- starvation thing's gone i,sky-high1., when you
cauted- by' the5 Chinese. Any men- were told that benefits range up
tion of devotion to the Dalai La- to $45 in' New sNeikWell, daht,
ma WO Serious crime and', tag. 't' ,
people were being forced to show' The problem le 'that whit 'you
their entire devotion to 'the Pan- want ,to do!--provide for recier0.
chen Lame.- city of -eligibility, between state,
"Large numbers of nuns, wht to help unemployed ictoril Seta
, locally aro called "o n I 0, Into the area of statete erightS.
have been forced to live is er- me feeling on the -committee la
my camps at the pleasure N of that this business ofleciprocitykis
Chinest.-"Severel nuns reported- a field thatCongress should leave
ly committed suicide to woes to the states.
Chinese brutalities." When you began testifying last
Lithon, another refugee, Said Tuesday, you complained you bad
20,000 Chinese troops -were not heard the previous remarks
searching each house and every of the committee members "so I
person along the southewestern don't know whether you are for
border of Tibet and, that most of us or egin us."
the .people had fled to the bar. It's sad, dahling, but they're
ren plateaus and now were dy- agin you.
ing of hunger mnd ccdd.'
"The Chinese; have confiscated 3- 4,,
every ounce mf 'corn available in FAMED TREE FAILLE I
the area and have scorch-earthed ,
all the standing 'crops in the 'FAMIICIPE, Ala.. (Urn'. An
field, turning the entire vegeta- old magnolia tree which legend
tion into ashes," he said. says was used as a post offiee bY
"Every .person must beg food Andrew Jackson was blown down
from the Chinese officer at the by high vqnds yesterday. Jackson
nearest camp, waiting hours in supposedly seed the tree during
long ending lines and ,only his campaigns of the War of 1812.

Girls outnunibered 'boys 'tight
to three ,tmontstha --babies born",
at Ciorgaa'-. HogpitaVduring th6?,
week-which ended Monday. Dur--
ing" this Sarno: period 162' !,'Pe.
tients- were ,adrriitted': and illS
discharged,4aotording ta
the hoePital;TePortp 4
Parentvot 'Mt; girls Are Mat
and Mrs!, 104' M. 'Palmer ,of Patios
City;''.Mr,:and.Mr6. A. Haw4
gins of Gatoboa;?11na.- and Mrvs
G. F.1,Crarroll, of 'the 14fit,.Naval.i
District; Mr., andiYirs. Guorr.
7,0n Of C00011; "Sgt.,' and -Mrs. .11,v,
Ssig4ling ,of rt.' Kobbe; Mr:
and airs.,A., )3,!: Carroll Jr., .01,;
Balboa:, Cattl and ,Mrs. R.' Itir
nooberryf. o Albrook; and; 11r.
, Mrao C; Menvaipe ;of
13alboit. ;!; e
t, bOys wivtri tot4',i0 8PS
and Mrs, W. Galtblo of rt.
Kbb;!ttfe. in )
!Cargo Jr. of Kobbef and Aida
and ..Mrs,"
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by the orthodox- who burned their ,----:. superintendent at Scotland Yard: the area and have scorch-earthed ., , 't --, i, ' i '- ., ,S ',,,.,, i ,: .,
1' but new car prices remamea un- vieexena ul May 1-5 own bundles of the forbidden 4( 1Pilt 1 i 4 1' "I ichose the left when I had au- all the standing trope in the' 'EAMIICIPE, Ala- Mini- -- An , ,1 : -,,
changed.
thority and my wife has allowed field, turning the entire vegeta- old,, magnolia tree which legend .;-"' t ,''
1, leavened foods.
Some 100,000 persons are ex- N lel .:4e
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me to keep that side ever since.' tion into ashes," he said. ,, says was used as a post office by I
i Final plans for the annual
W. 4, '11 Mrs. Joe Erskine: wife of a box- "Every q5erson must beg food Andrew-Jackson was blown 'demi : il
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' Weather Or Not "ocean to ocean" cayuco race petted to make the pilgrimag, to
of Canal Zone Boy Scouts will mt. Zion during the Passover. 1 er: ,"We have twin :beds and I from the Chinese officer at the by, high Ndnds yesterday.lackson ,", 4
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I be mapped at the Gamboa Civic From vantage point on the k 4 )1414 keep moving them around. Joe nearest. camp,. waiting hours in supposedly vied the tree during .-,, ',
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, Tills weather report for tha 2s mount, they can look toward the I, ,-- 4: 01,N.'" never knows where lieit." long unending lines and only his campaign! of the War of 1012. :
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The race, which will be held wailing Wall, all that remains of ''' V ' :.": -. r'" ' ' ' ' ' ' '' Y '', 2 1 ' '' ,1 .',
' prepared by the Meteorological
May 1-3, will ,follow the pattern the Great Temple, and recile fes- 1 I i N p- lif
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The wall is in the Jordanian. t many aguyhosusadthimon
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1 equal an all-time high for March. the Pope by Msgr. Corradino Ba
'. But because of price stability, sile, one of the secret chamber
- 1:350,000 railroad, aircraft and lain&
?(' electrical workers, whose wages The Pope, a portly figure to
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I receive no cost of living pay boost. thanked the two women for th
' The bureeu's report showed that visit.
' food prices dropped four-tenths of A communique Issued after th
' 1 one per tent between February visit said the Pope gave Margage
, i and March, largely because of a gold filigreed box containing 1
1 price declines for pork, eggs and
i fresh vegetables.
:, Prices of housing, clothing, medi medi1
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of Canal Zone Boy Scouts wi
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'', hours ending 8 a. m. today is 'Center tculight.
The race, which will be hel
,,,, prepared by the Meteorological May 1-3, will follow the patter
l tuttilydrographic Branch of the of previous cayuco races in ths
. tanismi Canal Company: it will start on the'Atlantic sid
', :1' Balboa coatobal and end on the Pacific side.
Twenty two cayucos are er
TEMPERATURR: tered and most will be manne
. High 95 84 by four-man competing crew
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prizes.
WATER TEDfP: Sea Scout troop 9 of Cristoba
titiner harbors) 79 a3 winner of last year's race, wi
be back to defefid its laurels.
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