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

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Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
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Classification:
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System ID:
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with' gunpowder,- 'sulphur' slut' eine'.
Neither Castro nor- the chiming
erowd listening -to 'him was aware
of the off-stige drama 'of Feller's
arrest., Polite 'whisked Feller to'. a
park police etation in an unmarked
ear so se not rto arouse the crowd.,
Police discounted Feller as a
paid assissin : but' 'held ''' on
charges of, possessing, s dangerous
Weapon, '
- just ',a kid Who 'likes to
hear land noises,'" one officer said.
POlief said :Feller 'told thent
was intendint ',to, set' it- off on a
west. ,side -Nat for kicks, but
when I :heard ,tite: 'noise of ',the
crowd in Central-Park 'as I was
passint,,by, I deCitied it would he,
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' The Incident ,ciused polit;e?,--tO
persuade the-, friendly, Castre tO
'' return to his hotel and cancel plaits
to attend a beauty ',,conteat and,
dance.
Castro has caused hea;lachCS for
Security guards ,with
'petuous forty, into crowds.", The
record number of police guards
have, been in 'constant .tate, of
tension Itaused by. assassination
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tattle- side collapsed at :work, yes,
terday and mas fou d dead 'on ar arrivel
rivel arrivel at Coto polo ospital, ,,,'
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'itan Floies,40,,,wasi for tinny
, years tbe.:chief barber at Jlotel
' ,Washington.', After ,' it 4passed,to
Panaml, ownership,. be was tank
ferred to ','Gratun ; bar4er ',shop,
-where het was found uncnicious
, yesterday. He hadr, been under
treatment for a heart Condition.'
r' .1,Mr., Flores bad, eut tbe 'hair -of
,
'A' many distinguished .guests at 'the,
" Washington. He tame to- the Ca..
nal Zone Ttilearot- ago from- Us
home in, Puerto Ileo. ,., ,',0 -'
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4 He served lit the) United tates
Army in World War t, returning to
, the Isthrints thireafter: ',',','".'4,'
,I Mr.'rores is survived by a son,
' Giorge Flores, who is -with the
tire dlvision at rOatun.' He,i also
leaves tAdaughter,fti the Statet and
.ether relatives. 4' ,.-..... r,1,,
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announced later. ''
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tWASHNGTON; 'April 25 (I,IPI) ,6-
..,-.Tbe , Federal 'Maritime ,, Board
' has postponed, until May I the
deadline' for filing of written
, briefs, it the ease pt. Gulf ', 'and
' South American Steamship ,Com ,Com,'
,' ,Com,' pany, which applied to serve Ca Ca,
, Ca, sal ZOne points. ', '' ,,'''',: '.
: The original date ft subm't
. slop 'of; such material Was Apr3
149 but officials announced yes yes'.
'. yes'. terday that this time, -was extend extend'
' extend' ed ,4, without objection bY Pani: ',' of
tbe parties, involved. -, ,,,,,i, ,,, ''
Bearings' were heti,' early' i, it
,, April on 1 the epplicationd objec objec',"
'," objec'," tion was 'raised by : the Vnited
, Fruit Company, on grounds' that
. Its services to',,, the Canal I", Zone
It
ere- depilate and that '' there
4 asA no teed for an additiorial
', e to serve Canal Zone points.
n It is-, understood that a comps,
y known, as Alabama ''' State
'Docks has also given notice '' of
its intentiola' to-object to ,thel Gulf
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Castro told the 'twopenny au au'diens
'diens au'diens -et the outdoor' rally that
Cuba 'would not:, intervene' ,to'
'overthrow other Latin' American
dictatorships. '
"There is a 'right which it vital 1
tethe peoples of America,', the 1
principle of non-intervention and
the right of people nal be inter.
vened with," he said.' "We- must
help our oppressed brothers to lib liberate
erate liberate themselves, but we mutt not
go there': ,," ,
Castro leaves qoday for 'BOstori
and a speaaing tengagement at
Harvard. e
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bAVID PEllt
David A., Speir4 fir,p has been
appointed rassistant principal le,at
Balboa High- School to, succee,d
Harold'J, Ziertin, who 'Is nth
log from Cenal Zone, service itt
September, S. E. Esser?' Superin:
tendent of Schoolg annotmced
will astatine 'hit' new. duties
Sept,, 3., et the beginning of s the
school year,, -when Ziertist'S
retirement, after SO years ht ',the
Division tot Schnols, becomes
feetive,,, 4
1 The -new assistant. principal is
ettailVe- of Georgia and oattend4.
ed Georgiti Military for
two years before ite joined.',-the
Aig Force In 194U- After leaving
the Air Force in 1945. he attend.
ed William and Mary Coilegg ta
:Virginia and graduated with a
'degree in social sciences ity1947
' He latei received a Masteg of
EducatiOn 'at the University .01
Florida 'and has done consider;-
,ble work in seism' administ,ra4.
tion 1 -.4 t, 1
'',Beforet coming' to,'-the Canal
Zone in 1951, Speir.laught end
was head ,of the department of
social studies it 3-acksonvMe
BeachFlorida. Be joined the fa faculty
culty faculty of Balboa High Schnol 111
social studies teachere In addi addition
tion addition to his teaching dutlet be haS
served as advigor for the Balboa
High ,School Student Association,
since-19SL 3 6
Re bat alai been letiVe
various community,4organizations
and has anneared la plays pro.
duced, by the Theater' Gpilcl
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dent Prealdent Eisenhower signed 'en execu executive'
tive' executive' order today giving the Navy
its -first official flag in its .184-
year history. t t
, 'The order -approved a' flag sub submitted
mitted submitted by Secretary of the, Navy
Thomas S. (Gates, Jr.' It is a dark
blue banner 4 feet, 4 inches high
and 5 feet,-11 inches wide with a
2 1-2,inch yellow fringe The cen central
tral central part of the Navy Department
seal is centered on the banner.
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LONDON, April 2S-41,17DIteports
that Soviet Premier Nildts
Khruihcbev is began gaining
momentum today even though they
lacked authoritative support front 1
MOSCONV., ,
The latest reports appeared in
the London Dai, Express and the
tabloid Abendpost published in
Frankfurt Germany. ,
Abendpost in a dispatch from
its Stockholm correspondents- said
Kbrusbeheir ,suffering front cir circulatory
culatory circulatory trouble and fain ting
spellsIt 'said "he allegedly' faint fainted
ed fainted several ijmes In the- past six
weeks," ,
The Express Iluoted 'travelers
returning from Moscow" as saying
the Russian capital is buzzing
with rumors that be if being at-,
tended by doctors 0 his Crimean
villa." 4, 4
It said there iyas neither official
confirmation nor a "firm.denial"
of the erports.
'There bave been several similar
reports pliblished ,in West German
newspapert tidying doctors have
told Khrushchev to, go easy on
food, drink and work or face the
consequences.
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rray Chief Says US
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April. .25 MP!):
Gen; Maxwell D. Taylor;i41.
Arnir Chief of Staff,,todar. told
Berliners AMericans ere tins&
mpusly ,determined to keep ,, the
city free,, ..,.
' 'Taylor said both 'the U.S. Ar Army
my Army and 'the U.S. public share
the belief that isolated Vilest Ber Berlin
lin Berlin must be held.
,,t'The U.S.' is le nothing inore
Ited than in its determination
to keep Berlin free,' be said in
a prepared statement on his ar arrival
rival arrival at West Berlin's Tempelhof
airfield.
Taylor flew to Berlin over the
Soviet zone on It flight from
Bonn, He scheduled to
leave tomorrow for Brussels.
Ile said, the efforts of West
gee to, keep free end democra democratic'
tic' democratic' have won the respect of the
whole free world.
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0'0ROME (IMOPrincess 'Mar 'Margaret
garet 'Margaret Ins' added a new and hand.
some prince to ber list of admir admirers..
ers.. admirers.. during her Reman tour..
Prince Henry' of Hesse,' an artist
and cousin of ,former King Um Umberto
berto Umberto of Italy.
The prince, 11, has accompa accompanied
nied accompanied Margaret on many of ber
eXeltrEllOTIS around, the Italian cap,.
Rat anti was to be present today
when she Is entertained at. the
home of Roman nobleman Prince
CO1011111.
Henry, who first 'met Mirgaret
during' t recent exhibition of his
naintings in London, danced with
her at the champagne
earty that wound up at dawn
Thnrsday.
He was at her side Friday aft.
ornoon, during her visit to St.
Peter's Basilica in the Vatican
and afterwarst served .cocktails in
bia apartment to Margaret, her
friend, ,..Indv Montagu, and ber
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-WASEING'rON
L. Strauss, former financier and
big banker, paints himself now as'
a fellow who raises cows and has
all his, money tied up In ready
cash. ',,' ..'
toid tie Senate Interstate
Commerce Committee he lord
most of, his stocks and quit all
his business connections, except
for his farm, when he was named
chairman the i Atomic, Energy
Commission in 1953,, a Job he held
until last fall.,
'a Mat seemed to tatisfY, the sin.
tors that Strauss, a former part.
ner Kuhn,' Loeb and Co,, won't
suffer soy conflict of-Interest if
they ,confirm his appointment as
secretary of commerce.
Strauss,' wh,was namit tn
post by President Eisenhower last
Oct.,24,, said somewhat, isristfully
he hopes the Senate will act soon.
, Chairman Warren 0Idagnuson
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new: oco Solon Gymnasium
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To Be Best ',On--The Isthmus
4A' new gymnulimt Ond athletic field to provide the best
. : 'athletic facilities on the -Isthmus, will be built this year
adjacent to the new Cristbal Junior and Senior nigh School
plaM now being constructed at Coco Solo.
-, 4 Bide on the project are now -being solicited by the Pan.
mi. Canal Co. and are scheduled to be opened May 4 in the
Administration Bidlding at Balboa -fieights.,It is planned for
'tthe work to be 'completed by, the time the scheol term begins
nett September. 4, i ,
, The- gymnasium building wilthe lrated'at the Werner of
''' Cowie and Maple Streets in Coco Solo.' It bee been designed
to provide the maximum' natural- lighting and ventilation
with ,concrete wall louvers' and IC plastie roof.'panel' Daylight
' wilt be supplemented by artificial light throughout the build.
4g,..Two gymnasium' areas, one for boys and one tor gli4s,
be separated ,by a folding Wall partition which, tan be
-opened for dances and major,athletic events. Movable bleach.
ets will be installed which can be folded giblet the wan
when all of the main floor spacels needed.
, Among other facilities, special exercise 1001d Will be locat.
4 On the mezzanine. : ,
, The gymnasium wM be tonneited by Covered passage.
,' ay to the main high school building where thelockers, dress.
ing rooms, and showers.. are dow being- eonstructed under
7another contract,. -,
4 The athletic field will Include' a quarter tulle track, a
football field; two football practice fields, a baseball diamond,
, and- two softball diamonds. There ,will be outdoor lighting
-apd a covered grandstand ,with space for 1500 persons.
The contract for the gymnasium will also include the re.
habilitation of fin lighted -tennis courts located near the
main 'athletic field.''. '
, ,Designs forh the new gymnaSium and athletic field fa faditties
ditties faditties were prepared in the Architectural Branch of the
' Engineering Division. ,

McClellan s Ptopose men ment
To LaborBill Rejected By Senate
'IstoftINGTON-IttrPn- ten., ,clasb eatnet amid Ottittlirering
blin r, Kennedy fil-Mass.) Scoyld by Krmete,,foreel, tb strike frem
of victory over Sen. John L., Mt- the,bill the 6nly major strengthen strengthenClellan
Clellan strengthenClellan (11-ric.),yesterday w k en ing amendment adopted so ofar
the senate, rejected ,:delellafiti McClellitt'a 'so 1.; ailed 'bin pf
attempt to write a ban on organ', rights' fot.union members.
zational picketing in tis Kennedy'," The amendnien ft adOpted by a
labor reform', bill. ,, one-vote merlin Wednesday night.
As the Senate -drove Aiiward would guitrantee all union mem mempassage
passage mempassage of the reform measure, bers equal rights and equal pro proKennedy,
Kennedy, proKennedy, put his Prestige on the tections wider union tales and
line in a fight against McClellan's regulafione and would provide
proposal., lt, would have, barred penalties for union officials violet.
unions front picketing an employer ing these right' or abilsing their
in order to organize his worker8 authority, ,
or to compel him to bargain.
The amendment was rejected The 4.'rights" would Include free,
5,9 to 30. , dom to express any opinion about
' the union or ita officers without
' McClellan, chair' man of the Sen Senhill
hill Senhill being subjected to discipline, free freedom
dom freedom to sue 'thc union, and free.
ate Rackets Committee, said
proposal was aimed at union dom of any member seeking union
racketeers. He said organization
picketing violated the rights fo ifbat.
office to inspect the membership
workers and threatened to "put The amendment ls bitterly op oplittle
little oplittle businessmen out of busi, posed by AFIXIO officlidir who
ness." 1 gontend it would bar them from
Kennedy retorted That 'there li isciplining s member who en enno
no enno amendment better fitted not to
drive the, racketeers out but to gaged in a' wildcat striki or other
anti-union activities.
end tbe expansion of the labor
movement' in this country.' He They also complained that a
said he would take his name off Communist or management spy
the bill if the amendment was would be authorized to find out'
aecepted. '-. ,' exactly. who the union member
'The difference- between tbe were by posing as a candidate lot
senator from Akricansae, and me,' union edifice. '1
Kennedy told 'The Senate, "is that
every time he sees a union he
sees a racketeer and every time I ,J
USAF et Fighter Fightersee
see Fightersee a Union I see people trying
to advance their economie inter- Crailies Bu" rns
I
ests."
The Senate also turn own,
ed. 11' ln North Carolina
07 'to 25, ,an attempt by Sen. .. ,
Sam J..Ervin Jr. (1)-11.C.) a co- TowNsvulE, N.C. (UPI) A
sponsor of the measure, to modi. jet fighter crashed' and burned
fy the amendmen tby permitting near here today and its pilot ap apunions
unions apunions to picket in .an effort to parently, burned to death ,in the
flaming -wreckage, the highway
persuade workers to join their
ranks... ,... .' patrol Bald. '
But tne senate voted,''78 to 15, .
to write into the bill a Provision The p a t r o l said the plane
to allow a state ageney other than burned "so badly it was hardly
recognizable."
a court to assume jurisdiction over
"no man's land" i labor cases
which were declined by the Na- c',The jet was believed to have
tiond Labor Relations' Board. beert from Seymour Johnson Air
The provision. would stipulate. Force Base near Goldsboro. The
that the state agency, be governed Air Force sent an investigating
I entirely by cfederal 'law. The team from Seymour Johnson to
amendment was acceptable te he scene, near this Vance COUn
1Kennedy. ' ty communitv just beloW the Vir Vir-
- Vir- The Kezmedy-Mcaellau picket- ginia state line. )

(D-Wash.) field '', the, rei6rd: 'would
show there had been 'some presi presidential
dential presidential nominees whose confirma
tiont took, longer.' He 'didn't, time
any. ,'
, Strause',:noted 'that'thers had
been others that, got through
lot quicker.,
Strauss didn't mention any,
names either, and, didn't: have to
Only ,,,, two days, bfora the,: Senate
had ; ramMed qhrough confir-,
mation of Christian .A. Herter as
secretar3' 'of state'. before 'thi!q ink
was real dry on his : papers.
Unlike Aterteri Strauss isn't a
former member of ,Congress. 'And:
in his former post at tha,AEC he
sometimes,. tangled, ,, with people
who: were,,, and :are, "members, of
Congress. Anyway, here be was,
spending his fourth day is wit witness
ness witness at a hearing that begins to
seem, fated to be always.' contin continued
ued continued next,,week,

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birds eatntrormid SieliPtirerint,
by ICenned,,,forteb Oa strike from
the,bill the only major strengthen strengthening
ing strengthening imendment adopted so ofar
McClellait's 'so 1.; ailed est
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rights' fot,union members.
The amendment, adOpted by a
one-vote margin Wednesday night
would guarantee all union mem members
bers members equal tights and equal pro protections
tections protections wider union tales and
regulafions and would provide
penalties for union officials violet violeting
ing violeting these right' or abtising fheir
authority,
,
Ca'n't Conflict
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Magnuson Said people wotdd be
surprised to know an the govern,
ment functions that come under
the Commerce Department. Take
roads, he said, Did Praust have
any plans ,to cut in the new state
of Alaska on the hiterstate road
building program?
-Strauss Said he didn't.
Maggie Wald Strauss better get
on this right sway, so when we
or the Russians build a tunnel
under the ,,Bering ,Stralt every
thing win be, set ifor motorists to
roll4rom Washington straight 0b
to Paris.' -,
Sen. Hugh Scott (LPL) said
he'd go, with Maggie On this as
far as he could.
want the senator to
know I will strongly oppose ton tonstruction'
struction' tonstruction' of a bridge from, Cali California
fornia California to Hawaii," he added. Scott
had his tongue hi bis cheek. Mag Magnuson,
nuson, Magnuson, who may or may not bar!

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PC latmc4 Makes
Emergency Trip
To Taimga IsIP
Although- the Taboga passen passenger
ger passenger launch' service operated by
the .Panama Canal Co. has been
suspended since Wedensday an
emergency trip was run yester yesterday
day yesterday to pick up 20-odd, children
stranded On- the island.
T'ae children,' orphans from
Clutre, had been enjoying a,
weeks' holiday at Tabega and
had no means of returning to
the mainland after Service stop-..
ped Tuesday afternoon.
The youngsters' food supply
wail about exhausted yesterday
ana upon request Canal author authorities
ities authorities promptly sent the swallow
to pick up the. group..
Launch service wai indelimte indelimtely
ly indelimtely suspended after a party of
Panama National Guardsmen
boarded andsearched the Swal Swallow
low Swallow Tuesday afternoon within
Canal Zone jurisdictional wa waters.
ters. waters. Reportedly the boarding
party was looking for rebels who
might be attempting., to-, reach
Canal Zone sanctuary.
Informed sorces still hoped,
service would be restmed
in the next. few- days, but the
only official armounce m ent
from Balboa, Heights, said the
matter is still under' study,
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UPI (digs 113111
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Describti,s-Fracas-,
SAIGON, Viet Natiii ,(UPI)The
goVernment of South Viet Nam
halted transnlission, of United
Press International, cables from
Saigon yesterday after UPI cor correspondent
respondent correspondent ,Pale Brix was man manhandled
handled manhandled by,' a high-ranking police
official. .1,,
,
The incident occurred while
Brix was covering the arrival of
Philippine 'President Carlos P.
Garica for a four-day visit. Brix
is the only full-time American
news agency correspondent in
Viet Nam.
Re charged 'in a letter of pro protest
test protest 'to the Viet Namese foreign
affairs ministry that a police offi officer
cer officer tried to knock him to the
ground three times while he was
taldng ,photographs of the Presi President
dent President leaving the airport in a mo motorctide.,
torctide., motorctide., Tbe Viet Nam governinent bait baited
ed baited transmission of a cabled story
to UPI's Mita bureau describ describing
ing describing the incident. A copy of the
story later was sent to Manila In
a Philippine government diploma diplomatic
tic diplomatic pouch.
U.S. Ambassador Eldridge Dur
brow was informed of the incilent
at the airPort and the suppremsion
o41 UPI cables. He said embarsy
officials contacted the Viet ,Nam ,Namese
ese ,Namese government and had been as assured
sured assured that cable service would be
restored.
Dutch Frel,mhter
Reedy To Open
St Lawrence Ru'n'
MONTREAL, April 25
The Dutch freighter Prins Wil Willeth
leth Willeth George Frederik left a Mon Montreal
treal Montreal vier today and moved into
the St. Lawrence River channel
en route into its role as the
first ocean-going ship to enter
the t. Lawrence Seavvay.
Cic(ims Stlouss
been kidding, replied, "we are
likely to have that proposal."
,As for Strauss' finances, Mag
nilliOn said be wasn't asking, un unless
less unless 'Strauss wanted to tell.
Strauss said he did. He said since
divesting himself, to take the
AEC 'job,' he owns stocks only in
hornetovm banks, government and
municipal bonds, cash, and his
farm.
Maggie said be wasn't asking
how much Strauss was worth, but
hi said he assumed it was plenty.
' '"I don't owe any money,"
Straiss 'replied, "and I'm sol solvent!'
vent!' solvent!'
Maggie wondered if Strauss
could come back Monday.
' "I'm at your disposal any time,
Mr.', Chairman," the ex-banker re,
plied, as patient and pleased and
cool as it Magnuson "MO propos proposing
ing proposing to borrow a couple ot
at 41 pet tent interest

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Early this afternoon, Dr. Roberto Arias, whom Na National
tional National Guardsmen had sought unsuccessfully since last
Saturday was still at the Brazilian Embassy. Hti
political asylum there yesterday afternoon'. ,
Ambassador Jorge La Tour and charge d'effairei
'Marcel da Fontoura called at the Foreign Office early
this afternoon. But 'it was learned their visit was merely
courtey call on Secretary Mario Oteiza.
Later, Foreign Minister Miguel J. Morenoeaid the
Nina 1116 government is still studying the Ambassador's
request for a safe-conduct which would permit Arias to
board a ,plane for Brazil.

The request for safe conduct also Under the pact signed'ip ,Monte ,Monteincluded
included ,Monteincluded the same action for two video, Uruguay', in 1933,- Latin
young students who participated in American countries agreed to for-
the rebellious outbreak in the Ver- mai procedures and regulations regulationsaguas
aguas regulationsaguas mountains early this month, regarding political asylum. I
Polidoro Pinzon and Ruben Iriota The government whose national
Donoso reached the Brazilian Em- is given political asylum In for forbassy
bassy forbassy in El Cangrejo yesterdaY eign embassy tan grant a safe-conr:
less than a half hour behind Arias. uct. Otherwise the refugee, may
In other developments. Jose D. stay in the embassy as long as the
Ratan, longtime Mayor of COIOno host government wilt continue to
was named' Minister of Govern- grant aaytum. , .
ment, and Justice, Re succeeded, Pertions wit accept4iyhins may
mtxHoortamattelmihtitTle hot list, the telephontrortive, any
throdgh the host ambassador.'
know his wish resign. ..,,- outailrA communication, s' though
Seven petardedt the kind mot they k may i get messages sent
have been eine leff
days wort detonated In tit tee- .-----r4,........,
Its! city last night. One man was irt g,... n, ii
token to tho hesPit4 but lk't in. yap! Kati
In ,retent
Rises'
lured serlobaly. ) ,u ..- ., ,
ShortlY after Arias arrived at T i -,. vf 1 :
the Brazilian Emhassy, yesterday,
. 0
o Riot 5 ze '
LaTour communicated by ;tele- ,, ,
phone with Moreno.
LaTour has arrived in Panama In Tennessee' TOYM
so recently that he has not had an ,,
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oPPortunity to present his ereden-
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tials, so the technical aspects of JOHNSON CITY,
Tenn (UPI)
the diplomatic matters are being East Tennessee State College stu stuhandled
handled stuhandled by Fontoura. ' dents, apparently' joined by some
outsiders, turned a panty raid
into a near riot last night. I
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Two More Officers The crowd, estimated at be between
tween between 300 and 400 persons, rushed
and broke into the, three women's
To Get Reprimands logmitdoories 1,04she cam.pust break breakripping
ripping breakripping screens
and severely damaging reception
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Two More Officrs
To Get Reprimands
For Bumping GIs
TOKYO (UPI) The U.S. Air
Force identified today two more
officers who will receive official
reprimands for their part hi the
case of the seven airmen bumrped
from a plane while en route home
on emergency leave.

Lt. Col. Charles H. Platt Jr., A school official estimated ,that
of Brooklyn, N.Y., commander of most of the damage was to cloth cloththe
the cloththe nearby air terminal squadron ing and added that the overall ''
aV Tachikawa air base, already damage was not as high as 0161-
had been fined $340, received an ginally feared. couM not' eive
official reprimand and a Aransfer an accurate esfimate. the school
The seven airmen were bumped has 3.391 oldents, about one-third
for his part in the incident of them girls.

The seven airmen were bumped
from a U.S.-bound plane March
26 to make room for Platt, who
was taking his wife and Join
children to Hawaii for a vacation.
Lt. Gen. Robert W. Burns, top
U.S. commander in Japan, re recalled
called recalled the plane after it was 30
minutes out and put the enlisted
men back aboard.
A letter of administrative rep reprimand
rimand reprimand is stronger than a letter
of admonPion, the Air Force
'aid, explaining that the major
was not at the terminal at 'he
time of the incident and that the
captain was.
Hnne Worker
Loses Quarters.,
1lWas Re-selling
An employe bz the Sales and
Service Branch of the Supply
vision at Mount Hope has been
evicted from his quarters at
Rainbow City because of exces excessive
sive excessive purchases of duty-free mer merchindise
chindise merchindise for re-sale to unauthor unauthorized
ized unauthorized persons, it nas announced
yesterday at Balboa Heights.
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By action Of the CaPal Zone
Government, violations of this
nature may result in the loss of
Panama Canal ouarters privileges
or other disciplinary action, in ineluding
eluding ineluding in some cases, loss of
When such action is taken,' pur purchase
chase purchase privileges at the ,Panama
Canal's retail stores lite automa.
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Under the pact signed ip ,Monte-
video, Uruguay', in 1933,, Latin
American countries agreed to for-
mai procedures and regulations- t
regarding political asylum.
The government whose ational
is given political asylum In for foreign
eign foreign embassy tan grant s safe-con.:
thict. Otherwise the refuge, may :
stay in the embassy aa Jong as the
host government will, co!itinue to
grant asylum. ,
Persona Wite acteptitaylum may
'hot us, the telephontrertaq.
'outelftp4 eemmunicationi s' though
they k may get. messages sent
ihroukh the liost ambassador;
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Pauly Raid Rises'
To Riot Size
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Fire hoses were. turned OW in
the reception'''. rooms and flower
pots were overturned. 'One plate
glass wintow was smashed.
The students were sot satisfied
with Just pantiec which the :girls
willingly tossed at them,' but
grabbed all the clothes they ,could
find.

Dnce through raiding the dorms
the students proceeded to the con- f;'
er of the campus svhere they :7.,
hoisted several panties to half
mast on the flagpole while signing
the National Anthem
The students yelled, "Go home"
at policemen who wore ready to ;.,.
move In and stop the outbreak.)
However. Cnilege President
gin Dossett pleaded with police
not to use wster hose or tem.
gas on the students and notolot:"
make any arrests.'
"It was u cohtest to see novr
much Pr o per t y cauld bp de
ptroyed," said a school official
who did not want to be Mena-.
fled. "It was at attempt to see I
what boodithns can

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Of Housing Plans,',
'A presentation of housing plans.
for the Pacific Side will highlight
Gov. W. E. Potter's open meet.,
ing with U.S. Civic Council of& ,,
cers next Tuesday night.
Originstly scheduled for the
Diablo Service', Center, the cow.
munity conference, which is
pen to the public, has been trans. ':
ferred to the second floor of the
Balboa Service Center and will ;
begin at T:30 p.m.
Members of the Governor's Ex.
ecutive Planning Staff .will ,? out,.
line the proposed housing pro.
gram. Members of the audience
will be given an opportunity to
comment on the proposed pro.
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0 Sir:
If it is any consolation to the taxpayer, you may be assured
that the money which goes to pay the salaries of the ten-cents a a,Iminute
,Iminute a,Iminute men at the Army headquarters in Fort Amador is being
Isquandered by their overlong lunch hours (I to 114i hours daily) at
American Legion restaurant.
Their big job is to figure out ways of getting rid of: the little fel fellows
lows fellows in order ta reduce the payrolls. When they are not enjoying
luneh hours, they can be seen at the PX having coffee breaks dur dur':ing
':ing dur':ing the morning and the afternoon.
The usual expression on their smug faces. is one of complete
trust in one another. They know they will not be botmced by the
reduction in force affecting the working class.
3-Cents-a-Minute Man

'JOINT' pPERATION

I have simMered and stewed for some time, but have finally hit
!the boiling point. This CFN outfit here which so pointedly remarks
Abet they are representative of Army, Navy and Air Force sort of
forgets in between these announcements about sharing the glory. It
sounds like Army, through and through.
When heard them tell the folks to pick up their hot copies of
the Buccaneer, I wisn't overly concerned. But I waited in vain for
the plugs to the other military newspapers on the Zone. Heaven
knows they're nothing like the Chicago Trib, but they're here.
The crowning insult to the Army's pushing itself on our so-called
'unified station was a station break announcing "You are listening to
CFN, voice of the Buccaneer." Obviously, it's CFN's voice, all right,
but it' not mine and I don't appreciate the inference. If that poop
sheet is anybody's voice, it's the Pentaogn's. Most of the stuff in it
,was published months ago in Washington.
I admit that the Army has more bodies here, more facilities
And more loud mouths They do not have a bigger or better paper
than the Breeze. and I'll challenge anyone who says so with crossed
typewriter erasers.
So let's spread the pretty words around a little. The CFN an announcers
nouncers announcers have d right to think Army first. A tittle esprit de corps is
-welcome any day. But they have no right to push their brancb of
the service over the other guy's ov,er air waves which belong to all.
They have made me mad at the wrong time, too, because for
some unknown reason haven't been able to get HOG, and that's
where the decent music was played anylarav. without cautioning me
'11--4ro drunk driving, fire hazards, reenlistment and thrift every
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It is now absolutely against the
law to steal' money from a union
in New York. honestly. Waite
tney're battling -'!' in uongress to
give' embezzlement a bao nude.
tiov,,, A etsok,A.: : Itockelelier has ,,
pushed through a law, -the hist of
its kind anywhere, wilt& says
that any external revenue mall
by labor ieaders will have to be
earned m a zasnion utterly imre imrelated
lated imrelated to thew mons or employers
in toe same inaustry.
Furthermore, 31 anyone gets
caught stealing or misusing funds,
he'll haVe to give them hack. This
is revolutionary concept. but hie
has its rougn moments.' For ea eaample
ample eaample if some bows control a un union
ion union antd steai from it anti toe un union
ion union refuses to go into court to re recover
cover recover the loot, a rank-and-file
member can go into coart hint hintself.
self. hintself. kie can sue the crooks.
Under this law, the rank-andfiler
nas the rignt to sue if he
believes it woula oe futile to ask
ins union to brmg the actiou.
This ilw opratos on trio
thorory that while ovary now
Yorker may have two IV sots
in every home, he may be short
ono qualified lawyer. The taw
gives the courts tho right to
reimburse suing members for
logai foes and costs out of the
1 union money recovorod from tho
crowd with the cash-picking
I hands.
On the slight chance that wo
migot get a moment of silence in
,Wasiungton or in some state
capitals, there is hereby present- ...
ea in a few .wbrds the simple dig dignity
nity dignity which the law returns to the
man who works by hand and 1
brain for his daily bread. Says
the law:
". -It, is hereby declared to be
the public policy of the State of
New York that' officers and agents
of a labor organization shad. be
held to a fiduciary obligation' in
handling the labor organization's
assets; that such officers and T
agents shall not acquire financial t,
interests which interfere or tend l',
to interfere with the faithful per- ;
formance of their responsibility tcr
,the labor organization; and that v
,such officers and agents shall v
l account fully to the members of ',
'such labor organization for all as-
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sets and financial transactions I
". .Employers, employer or organizations,
ganizations, organizations, labor relations con f
sultants and other persons shall
not participate in or induce viola- J,,
tions of such fiduciary obligations i
by officers and agents of labor 1
orgapizations."
That means no fixers, no bribes, l
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no gifts. 1
And just' to make "certain that
everybody gets in a fair shake,
, the ,,law, provides full, a,nd public, i
', : 414 t of ,, the inconvi inck all-
exp nses af ill laber'offitial 'to- ;
talin more than $10,0lX) a Year,
rerli
loans' of more than $.50(1 and gifts
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worth more tha $100-, ,--4-
In oddition, very labor re- :
lathing consul nt must filo a :
"verified report", of all his re- I
coipts and expenditures if he
partici:wed in any way in help- :
ing a union, helping an- gm-
, player, settling a contract or
fighting a union.
Employers must file, too- Thus
there is a -double chock on the
law't provision that no union of official
ficial official can take payment from an
employer in the same field for
any reason in any form. Not in
commissions. Not in stock.
If this law is really enforced, no
crook can survive, no hood wiU
' be able to throw a cloak over
those hondreds of -: blackmailing
dummy unions nrw peddling ter terror
ror terror masa the state4
This precedent making law
gives GO. Roctefeller's Indus Industrial
trial Industrial Commissioner considerable
, powerthe kind which the US.
Secretary of Labor would get if
they stopped arguing in Washing Washington
ton Washington and passed a bill.
Industrial Commissioner Mar Martin
tin Martin Catherwood now has the
power to inspect union books1
whiCh he suspects. And there
must be unico. books because the,
law says -they can't be burned or
lost far five years. The COMMill COMMillsioner
sioner COMMillsioner can stilipena records and
witnesses. There is alio a three threeman
man threeman watchdog committee to see
that' the law works properly.
It's a wierd commentary on our ourfolklore
folklore ourfolklore when it is big news that
it is now illegal to steal even un union
ion union money. i

PERMIT PUBLICATION
JAKARTA, Indonesia (UPI)
The army yesterday permitted all
Jakarta newspapers to resume
publication after a week of sus suspensions
pensions suspensions that also affected a ma major
jor major news agency.

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Montgomery. Clift and Myrna
Loy keep saymg it isn't Jove,
but they are at all the first-nights
and spots-about-town together., -;
Fred Astaire denies a romance
with Barrie Chase but her new
white Jag car is his latest gdt.
Malt Disney's daughter Sharon
Mae becomes Mrs. R ober t
Brown next month. .Duke El Ellington
lington Ellington is awaiting repotts on
recent medical exams. If he (lis (lisbands,
bands, (lisbands, his orchestra (after 40
years) he vita concentrate Jon
composing. .Grace JPeyton
Place) Metalious and her groom
have parted until June 15. So she
can finish her new novel, "Tight
White Collar". .The Baroness
Von Ritter weds house of Vienna
owner Geo. Eberhardt in June,
Jack Webb's former wife, .Doro .Dorothy
thy .Dorothy Towne, atrl Wall Steeter44011,
Dunbar 'halve it bad, which ,is
wonderful. .Roger Stevens took
a $34,000 "bath" on Noel, Cow Coward's
ard's Coward's flop, "Lulu". Actress
Jean Seberg (Mme. Francois Mo Moreuill)
reuill) Moreuill) is imaging. Society can
quit guessing. King Hussein's big
date was Nancy Sharef, sirbats
hostess, born in Chicago of L4ba L4banese
nese L4banese parents.

Lott Costello's daughter Carol
did the surrey-bit in the park
with Tony Pastor, Jr. ."Monlin
Rouge of '514" will be the. tnird
French revue in Vegas. 'Staged
by Leo Mantin, "The Ziegfeld of
Europe". .The Miami critics
gushed over Lisa Kirk's click at
the Eden Roc.. .0ne of the new newer
er newer rot-and-roll stars maintaina a
beautician, who does his heir
and eyes twice a week. .Caull .Caullflower
flower .Caullflower Beach citizens are amaz amazed
ed amazed over the lack of interest (or
gab) about the forthcoming hea heavyweight
vyweight heavyweight championship fight be between
tween between Floyd Patterson and Inge Ingemar
mar Ingemar Johansson. tharles Boyer
tut-tuts talk oaf a .rift with produr produrer
er produrer Paul Gregory. The star sign signed
ed signed for another year with "Mar "Marriage
riage "Marriage Go Round". It's wedding
gongs next month 'for Miriam
Charg of "Suzie Wong" and H.
Cheng, San Francisco importer.
.The Keefe Brasselles are act acting
ing acting brassilly.

Eddie Fisher and Liz hav haven't
en't haven't decided on the merger scene,
But Nevada is where his chums
expect it to be. .Noro Morales,
Cuban composer, is threatened
with loss of his sight, Runs in
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John Oleo, Jr. (one of the t'7
picked ,to be Spacemen), .von a
"Name That lune', top pm, ,2
years ago.. By' identifying "Roam "Roamin'
in' "Roamin' in the Gloamin' .13W Lear,
aviation tycoon, pians building
planes for the Japanese. (in Ja Japan)
pan) Japan) which will post $300,000
eacb. In the 11.8. they'd cost a
million to ,,Tho of the 4Op
femme editora in the 4110111011
world lunched at the Colony on
13loody Marys. One of them had
to be carried out.. Prince Bern Bernhard
hard Bernhard of thec Netherlands over overheard
heard overheard a Playgoer describe His
Highness as "that Prince who
married Rita Hayworth."

Millie Perkhis, star' of, s'Aant
Frank" ..lher first. picture), ralus
es to co-operate with phony ro romance
mance romance press-agentry and studio studioarranged
arranged studioarranged pubkity, dates. 4,,Ton, 1
tennetes hew home 'On' io)d
Lindbergh Web cost him mhre
than 4100,000. .Philly socialite
KeVill Brooks sent two poodles
to Charlotte Foley of "Gyps
The new .dollsical starring Mer Merman"
man" Merman" got rave notices. .Desi Ar ArInas
Inas ArInas reports that the 'Desilu stock
issue scoop was "not kept the
family"; that nearly all of his
staffers knew about it, bid sow.
didn't invest until it went up o over
ver over 10 points. .Don't invite Ma Marilyn
rilyn Marilyn Monroe,' 'Arthur Miller and
Dick Avedon to any party Tru Truman
man Truman Capote might be. It started
over captibni Capote wrote lot a
book of Marilyn photos. .C. S.
ballerina Farrell switched
from Van Cliburn to pianist
Thomas Williston. ,Buddy
ter's quaryl "What do, you send
a sick florist?"

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Elizabeth Taylor -refuses tv
guest shots at any price .Claire
Bloom of '"Bahomon? ,sold her
home in England. Rod Steiger
probly is the reason. ,Judy
Gershwin cancelled t ali alimony.'
mony.' alimony.' when she married Philip
Dash, interiOr decorator. ,rhe
new opera with. the Odd'
name, 'The Bald Prima Donna,"
was written by, M. Kalmanolf, a
'rin-Pan-Alleycat. .It's taugh taughter
ter taughter for the publicit Gabe Sum Sumner&
ner& Sumner& .Cosmopolitan d d nit
check with Hemingway before us using
ing using his old short story in.ethe 'cur
lent ipue. The secret was kept
until. publication day. They 'leer 'leered
ed 'leered he'd get the'courts to atop
publication, despite tie fact that
Cosmo owns the copyright,

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a Peabody Award.' I- The..judges
caught its one-time -appearance
AS replacament program,-
Jane. Morgan switched her, Wee.
tions 'to Pierre' :Grenesse, chief
of the French B'casting System.
Cornell students report Chris
Connor walked off, the bandstand
there not because oof a noisy
crowd but over sotmd-system fail;
ure. .Ray Robinson, articles edi-.
tor of Pageant, moves to Coronet'
May 1st. ,Caasar Romero's new
sideline: He Sells 'iliressea.;,Don't
offer Gogi, the Cotillion, "r ROOM'
host (at 'the 'Pierre), a, tip unlass
You', wanna be -4ons ,dead. lot lotmates.
mates. lotmates. allege, ,be hasn't' accepted
one in,,23,,yars.
'Forbes (.111n Bowie ;l'on
TV) 41 cutting up; arotmd Broad Broadway
way Broadway with blonde dancer Slays
Lundi One og tomer! bellts in
"Belle are ltinging",..",47'...Edrite
Fisher's 'gift to ,1,1a:' whed she
passe& her first ,test in- ",Henrew
was a 'diamond:and:sapphire Star
of David. .TVenus Cathy:Nolan
is dating an lionestte ds goodness
westerner. He is John Webster,
Young Tucson ranch.. owner...,
Carmen Torres,' songstress; '.; aid
H.' Stone,- gas and oil exte,",iire
a steady duet at the Polonaise.'
Actress "P-1 tieni a Cleveland
(last seen ".Look Honieward
Anger') 'was, aptly named.' ,,,Her
finance has postponed their' wed wedding
ding wedding three times. .; Toed House Housekeeping's
keeping's Housekeeping's Babs Buechner and Es Esquire's
quire's Esquire's Ron,, Butler are almost
martied. , ..?
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nor O'Connor delighted their 'opening night
Vegas crowds. Barbara Hiller's
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(Note:, Whiles"' Drew Pearson
Is out of the city, his column is.
'Min. written today by his t
slats,- Jack -Anderson.)
WASIIINGTDN --) Inttelligence
chief Allen Dulles reperted gium-r
IY, to, President, Eisenhower ,,--, at
lug Augusta 'vacation headquarters
let week end that, the Iron --Curtam
has all but slammed down
around Iraq, which my '', year
ago was the. West's firmest toot toothold
hold toothold in the Middle East.
DUlles 'Militated that the Krim KrimMit,
Mit, KrimMit, realizing the easiest road to
exapnsion lies -through Asia ,and
Africa, not Europe,r-, precipitated
the Berlin crisis to- divert atten attention
tion attention from the Communist coup in
Iraq. -
i,- Tor a peek through ,the tight
tensorship, ',here's what Duuesj
reported is going on inside this
seething Arab nation:
L Handsome, glint eyed Pre Preniter
niter Preniter Abdel Karim Hassero, the
Ilvolutionary leader, is tast be becoming
coming becoming d front man for the Com Com.
. Com. munista,l'he real power is stip stippg
pg stippg Into ,,the hands of Nazim
mat,- a hard-bitten Red,,,: who
hu ventured outside ,:thar, Iron
'Curtain for the first time in IS
yeart tO take Charge of Conzmu Conzmunist,
nist, Conzmunist, operations in Baghdad.
GANG HARASSES INBO

,
S.' Communist street gang, arm armed
ed armed by the government, have
been harassing. westerners in an
apparent, attempt to tdrive them
out of 'the country.: Even British
Ambassador Sir Humphrey TUNG,-
VOL Was stopped on. hin-wayt to
an' appointment with Premier Us Ussem
sem Ussem and was detabied an -hour
while' an armed gang ransacked
his ear.
The govermnent his forced
the, Iraq Petroleum Cso mpany
owned by British,: French and A Ainerican,,interests,
inerican,,interests, Ainerican,,interests, ,, to give up
1300,aquare 'mile of oil rights and
has invited Russia to help, devel develop
op develop this rich ,o1 field.
Despite official denials, Rus Russit
sit Russit !is-shipping armed Kurdish
tribesmen -from Soviet ; territory
to 'northern Iraq to bOlster the
Kurdish fortes of CoMmunist
lah Mistale al-B arsan L., This
move' aparently is intended to
prevent the independent minded
Kurds from challenging the Bash.-
dad 'government .7 I
Thunthe Commindsts have qui quietly
etly quietly achieved. in Iraq, what, A American
merican American Marines ,were -sent to
Lebsnonlakt, -.hay to prevent.
For nti; iecret that the ,real
purPose44 Lebanon landing
was, to he hand in ease the
Iraqi. revolution', threatened west westAtAk,interst.,,,:;4
AtAk,interst.,,,:;4 westAtAk,interst.,,,:;4 ,
s HOUSE :THATOOP BUILT
That "typical'? American' home
T-Ineln gam la Dimming to exhibit
in ,MOSCOW' next July may turn
out lo be a monument to Repub.
licanpolittcs. :

'rho nation's. leading housmg
experts-urged the miltural CTOd
at ', ,the State Department to
transplant. an actual American
home. to show ,the Russians how
a typical worker really lives. The
idea was endorsed by an impres impressive
sive impressive list of organizations, inelud ineluding
ing ineluding the National Association 4 of
Home Builders, 'American
tute of Architects, and American
Institute ,.ot 11,111111811.

Vegas Crowds. Barbirt rliliir's But Rarold McClellan, manager
talent gets hoWls III In 1 g e r'l of. the Moscow, exhibit, ignored
show.'Uld Millerfis Donald's big the experts and invited the
laugh-getter, as usual.' On the Sa GOP'S fair-haired public' relations
hare biU is Trude "Adami,' S, Eong Men,1 Tex 'McCrary, to '' arrange
specialist who dominates the au- for the ) typical house. MeCrar3'
(hence the moment ,she ,walks -on -selected:a client 'who would like
stage. -.The -"Stardust" ,,, neon publicity,. Long Island ,, builder
sign light; up:Vegis skies.: It cost Herbert 'Adktl. ',
2122,000. ,,,MYrna March of the -;. , '' .. '' ' ,
Desert lon cast ill ehalleoge ,The reiult7sis a dream house
the BroadWak ,actni0 nexti,mont.h., that Tags,' the Soviet news &gen
. XI Rancho's French girl-show ey, ii- already ridiculing as to
may.not be as remarkable 'as the more typical ; of the American
import at the Stardust, but it is worker's, home thin the TO Ma Manaughtier.'
naughtier.' Manaughtier.' Of Perhaps ,Joe E. hal ll the typical home of a Rom RomLewis'
Lewis' RomLewis' cluiPs make it seems so. t bay textile worker, or Bucking Bucking.
. Bucking. .Wilbur Clark bet 211,000 to ,
,
210,000 on Nixon to be Repub no- imussonemmenstmenimenessemo
1
mines; Nevada bookiei ,are lay- , ,,,.,
ing 2 to 1 the, next d'reside,nt will , ,,,- TH C ,cAtill
be a 'Demo. Sinatra's robin ,'
date at the Sands had the eapt- 16 'MY II
city, crowd making fools of them- ',
selves' with, their publie displlY1
of passion. I Ifistittition Guar&
,

bay ;textile -worker,, er: Bucking.' society.

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ham, Palace the typical home et,
an English miner. ,"
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ARMY LOOKS': Uto
ln a directive merited "tor Of::
ft:jai Use ,Only,st: ,becretary of
the 'Arnif.,',Whoer-Ilrucker has
stakea a claim one outer space
for the--Arroy.-4-srsssTne
interest 'of the U.S. AR,
my.in space cliarly establish.'
ea,' he contended, "as a result
of its primary combat. function.'
'its assigned mitsion in air de.
aefenie, and necessary, supporting
fimctions. Each of these aevetope
inimediate requirements for lune.'
tionat assistance from -, the 'peel,
formance of satellites, and, space
vehicles." e
lie, pointed out that the Array
"has capability in missile de.
vetopment unique not only it the
United States but in the free
world. -From this missile cepa
bility hlti emerged a demonstrat;
ed caomparable ,capability in the
field of space research and do dovelopment
velopment dovelopment and', operations. This
apace capability is a 'part of the
whole of the U.S. 'Army and in.
separable therefrom.",
Erucker, acknowledgtid,' howev
er,' that'space is too big even far
the Army to claim as its stela.
sive domain- Defining space as
"a new largely unknown mediunt
which transcends the excliunve
interest :of any service," he de declared
clared declared that ssthe Army's interest
in space, should be fun), racotiata racotiataed
ed racotiataed but subordinated to t,he lark
er interests of ,the' nation."
His directive was addressed "to
all commanders' and' units down
to aid including divisiones
INSIDR KHRUSHCHIll.
To give 'President 'EisenhOwets
a better idea how to deal with
dictator 'Khrualtdiev at the sum summit,
mit, summit, the National Security Coati,
cil is trying to psychoanalyze
' hhn from afar. Here is' the men.
tal image that is taking shape:
1. Under Khrushehtv's cropped
skull, there is a- brilliant take.
lating -brain steeled with eald
ecatrage.10therwist eauld BOV,
er have won at the perilous game
of politics played in the Kremlin.
' 2. Khrushchev -is less .adapta.
1 hie, more aggressive' than his
secondin-commantl, Anastas
ko3ran. ,The Security Council is
' concerned about Ithrushchevis
eompulsion to ge the brink in
search of quiek, cheap victoria,
' but believes his aggressive nit nittura
tura nittura ,may have found an outlet ba
, economic competition.
1 3. Ithrushchev's tongue may
t sometimes imcoil like snake
striking out wildly But long stu studr
dr studr shows that the ',intemperate
outbursts, the savege or ,witty
cracks-tossed off at a receptim
or ,to ,a, casual visitor, fit into a
' pattern which has been earefully
I plotted in advance..
I WOBBLiNG A STRAIGHT LINO
4, Khrushchet's brash, baffling
diplomacy employe the sweetwnd sweetwndIsour
Isour sweetwndIsour technique of Korean War
brainswashing, the kick-and pat
prinziple that Pavlov used in" his
experiments to send animals bar,
v serk. But for all his erratic
o zags, the Kremlin czar manages
to walk straight.diplomatic line
; Ms deviations always seem ,,ta
balance out.
5. He isn't yet seated so firm
o ly in the saddle of loviet pelves
that his rivals eouldn't topple
him. He har packed the ComMu.
Mat Central Committee with his
1 stooges, but hasn't -achieves ,cora,'
9 Otte eontrol of the Presidium,
I The, latter is in; 'position', el
o wanting Khrushchev to succeed
V without becoming too powertsl,
e Yet every success he acklevel
r must increase his power.
'Despite' his bluster and brag,
gadocio, there is atm beps
e Khrushchev can be ,persuaded
1- lake a moderate tours,. Per,
o like so many successful gang,
a eters, he has been' allowing gigni
1- of craving respectability,, de
- sire to be accepted by civilized

an Znghsh miner. ,
4 1:-
ARMY LOOKS.:
ln a directive merited "tor Ofs-:'
ficial Use ,Only,'t- ,becretary of
the Army-Wiliter'llrucker has
stakea a claim one outer space
for the--Arrey.,-4-4'rs- s
s'Tne interest 'of the US. AR, ',
my.in space is eliarly estabhalis
' he contended, "as a result
ol'its primary combat. function.'
its assigned mitsion in air de- ',
aatenie, and necessary. supportutg
finictions. Each of these devetopg
immediate requirements for tunes'
tionat assistance from -, the 'peel,'
formanot of satellites, find, spec'
vehiclects e
He, pointed out that th Array
"has capability in missile des'
vetopment unique not only id ,,the
United States but in the tree
world. From this missal caps
bility t emerged a demonstrat;
ed caomparable ,capability in the
field of space research and des
velopment and'. operations. This
space capability is a 'part of the
whole of the U.S. 'Army and ins --
separable therefrom.",
Zrurker, acknowledgt,d,' howev however,'
er,' however,' that 'space is too big even for
the Army to claim as its exclus,
sive domain. Defining spare as
"a new largely unknown medinnt
which transcends the exclimive
interest of any service,ss he de declared
clared declared that s'the Army's bfterest
in space, should be Italy rece0e rece0eed
ed rece0eed but subordinated to the lark
er interests of ,the nation."
His directive was addressed sto
all eommanders and' units down
to aid including divisiones

INSIDR ICHRUSHCHIll. : )
To give President EisenhOwei
a better idea how to deal with
dictator 'Khrushdiev at the sum summit,
mit, summit, the National Security Ceti,
eil is trying to psychoanalyze
him from afar. Here is the men mentill
till mentill image that is taking shape;
, 1. Under Khrushehtv's Cropped
skull, there is a brilliant tato tatolating
lating tatolating -brain steeled with eald
courage.10therwise be could BOV,
er have won at the perilous game
of politics played in the Kremlbi.
2. Khrushchev -is less sidapta-
ble, more aggressive' than bit
secondin-command, Anastas -SU.
ko3ranThe Security Council is
concerned about Ithrushchev'S
compulsion to go the brink in
search of quick, cheap victoria"
but believes his aggressive na nature
ture nature ,may have found an outlet In
economic competition.
3. Ithrushdiev's t on gue may
sometimes uncoil like a anakeAL
Striking out wildly., But long shim.'
dr shows that the ',intemperate 0
outbursts, the vivo or ,witty ,-
cracks-tossed off at a receptius
or ,to ,a, casual visitor, fit into a
pattern which has been earefully
plotted in advance.
WOBBONG A STRAIGHT LINO
,
4, Khrushchet's brash, baffling
diplomacy employs the sweetsnd- :
sour technique of Korean war
'11'1
brainswashing, the kick-and pat
prinziple that Pavlov used in his 0
experiments to send animals bar- k
serk. But for all his erratic zig-
zags, the Kremlin czar manages o
to walk i straight.diplomatio line
Ms deviations always seem -,to
balance out. 1
5. He isn't yet seated so firm firmly
ly firmly in the saddle of Soviet power
that his rivals eouldn't topple
him. He har packed the Cominu Cominuhist
hist Cominuhist Central Committee with his
stooges, but hasn't -achieves eozo eozoOtte
Otte eozoOtte eontrol of the Presidium.
The, latter is in; the position', et
wanting Khrushchev to succeed
without becoming too powert4
Yet every 'success he &chigoes
must increase his power.
'Despite' his bluster and brag braggadocio,
gadocio, braggadocio, there is atm he's
Khrushehev can be persuaded to '.
'take a moderate course. Per,
like so many successful gang gangsters,
sters, gangsters, he has been' showing signs
of craving respectability,, a de desire
sire desire to be accepted by civilized

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Sunday Services 10:30 a.m.
Bldg. 362
&neon Blvd. and Manley Place,
Amon
Your Invitation to
Liberal Religion.
Baptist
COCOLI BAPTIST CHURCH
riruJa Solid
Drawer &All Balboa; C2"
Phone 2-1706
Ed MUMS S. Sta Swarth Pastor
SUilrlay School CO Lin
blunting w orship 11 ;uo tt.uk
Trailing Union el au pm
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Pray et Ateeung & Bible
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Balboa Heights. C
627 Ancon Boulevard
Drava 'IV Balboa Heights
Phone tialboa 1727
William Serbs. Pastor
Sunday School 9:30 a.m
Morning Worship t0:45
Baptist Training Union 8:30 p.m
Evangelistic Service 7130 p.m
Prayer Meeting. Wednesday. 7:00 p.m
W.M.S thrde Study num num:
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Men's Brotherhood (Imat
Monday in monthl 10 p.m
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Margarita Avenue at Stb Strew
Margarita.' Canal Zone
Rae. Wendell C. Parker. Pastor
eultday School
Mon lins 5a111119 1
Sunda, Schuol : 11.45
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m
Baptist training Union 6:30 Omi
goading Worship 1:45 poi
BrotPerhood. Tuesdays 1:00 com
Prayer Services, Wednwmays 1:00 pm
W MU. 1M & 3rd Fridays
G.A R A & Sunbeams
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Kitts & Mrs. W. Bishop
gebruary Street, Phone 28 20054
WOO Holiness Meeting
IMO Sunday School
PO Salvation Meeting
NANAISO. C.Z.
& Mrs. C. L. Moseley
Guiana Street
' 11100 Holiness Meeting
COLON CENTRAL
, Captain & Mrs. H. Grant
14th Street. Phone 38 743
, ;1100 Holiness Meeting
r 1:00 Sunday School
lin Salvation Meeting
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COLON THIRD STREET
k, Captain S. Taylor
!, 11100 Holiness Meeting
I:00 Sunday School
7:30, Salvation Meeting
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lavey J. Gin Gin,
, Gin, ; 3:00 Sunday School
2430 Salvation Meeting

; Onion Churches
BALBOA
6 The Rev. Oscar W. Olsen, Putor
6 6 Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
, Pastor's phone 2-1486
, Church office 21236
6:30 a.m.Church School Free bus
' tervice. Classes tor all ages.
10:30 a.m.Worship Service Church
Time 1,- Story Hour tor Kindergarten
4 and Primary Children. Church-Time
' Cradle Roll and Nursery
6:00 p.m.--Post High Fellowship.
640 Pm-6:00 P.m Junior -High
reliewsolp.
7:00 p.m.Senior High Fellowship.
MARGARITA
Margarita Ave. and Bolivar hwy.
-Rev. Theodore E. Franklin Pastor
, Phones: Office. 3-2842, Res '31-1401
Sunday Services;
CM a.m. Church School Bus service.
Classes: Nursery through adult.
WOO a.m. Morning Worship.
hurter, foi infanta end small chll
Ilire
Si00 p.m. Junior Fellowship.
fil15 pm Youth Fellowship.
complete 5chedule of auxiliary
Mvities and official meetings as an an,
, an, flounced from week to week.
GAMBOA
fev. Walker M. Alderton. Pastor
ft : 6-470 -- Res 6-i30
:30 a.m. Sunday 3chool
0:40 cm. Morning Worship.
litchi meetings and waeg-day 'eta 'eta'flies
'flies 'eta'flies as announced N.
avistian Scientist
' Christian Science Churches
f, Pitt lurch et Christ. Scientist. Aileen
g: 900 Aileen Boulevard
i
today Services 11:00 eat. Sunday
'' ool 9:30 cm.
. edneeday 8:00 p.m.
' sealing Room 808 Balboa Road Open
., detly except Stuutays and holidays from
' 9.10 te 11:30 nos. and 1:30 to 1:00 p.m.
' illoturdaYt 9:30 ts 11:30 fiat.
tEvening Hours 9:00 to 3:00 p.m. except
Wetinsimilays and Saturdays.
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; SCIENTIST. Criatabal
'; All -church services will be held in
t, the Ocound Flom Room ot the Masonic
, Temple, in Cristrol inext door to the
1' Margarita Plortati. Entrance is on Sal Sal6
6 Sal6 loot Avenue through the Arcade.
unday Service 11:00 a.m.
ednesday Evening Testimonial Meet MeetInk
Ink MeetInk 9:00 O'clock.
, .Indey School la held et 9:30 am.
, ending Room Hours Monday 1:00
le 4:00 p.m. Wednesday COO to 1:11
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ligtionc autism of hours of worship and other minim setivities.
Liarmos ore rotated front tints to time Ormeminatioes banjos only
0110 Of IN'S conerogations aro hoed under "Other Churches er Servicing"
A epeeist listioo is included for aervicos at Army posts. Abt Force bases
and Naval stations.
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ST. SW ClitiSCH;-Selbod
Sunday gow411: 130C S:01 10:00 and
12:00 Lin
Holy Day itaaias: 5:55. 11:01L 11:55 ass
tnd 5:00 p.m
Confessions. Saturday, 1140 to $515
and 7:00 to di00 ont Thursday bane
first friday; 7:00 to 11:00 Lot
Miraculous Modal Novena: 7100 041
In MOnalan
Catechism clues altos ths MOO mass
Sunday
111gb School Studs Club S:30 pm of
Wadnasday
SACRED HitatIFTAnette
Sunday Ma'am. SM. 7;30 9:30 a.m.
Holy Day mamma- a m tight Ito
p.m
Contaisiona. Sanwa" 1:31) to 1:U0 and
13 to COO p.rm Thursday Deters First
Friday i:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart Devotions: IMO p.m eat
Fridays
Catacktlien Clam: lab to Cab pm. on
Fburoday,
OWL LAD! OP 'AVMS Curuada
Sunday Masa al I:00 a m
Holy Day Man at 30 p.m
Contemiona: 6:00 to 6:45 om oo dal.
urday.
Catachtarn Claw Saturday 6:30 to 10
a.m.
ST. JOSICFMFaralae
dunday Mamma at 7:00 and SAS a-nt
Holy Day Man at COO p m
Weekday Masses. :00 am
COMOSIOMIS Saturdav 3:30 to 4:30 and
ti :30 to 7:30
Catechism Chow Sunday 3:00 to 4:06
o.m
Miraculous, Medal Novena 1:011 p.m
on Friday
Convert Instructions: Thursday
m
dT. VINCENFISFanama City
Sunday Masses 1:00 and 120 a.m
Holy Day Manta. 8:30 and 1:00 p.m
It falls on Saturday the Msases arc
,1.00 and 1:30 i
Confessions. Saturday 3:00 to 1:00 ano
1;00 to 8:00 p.m Thuradays before Finn
Friday 1:30 p.m
Miraculous Medal Novena ano Sta
nom of the Cross: Friday 7;10 p.m
Catechism Class: After 1:30 Man on
Sunday
Thursday
Convert Clara'. 120 p.m Tt$212113,
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Sunday tiasa: 8:30 a at
Holy Day Mau: 6:00 min lit 11
on Saturday 6:30 am.
1,11 40,A OU
Catechism Class 3:30 ta 5 00 SAS US
Monday
Confessions; S:00 to 11;30
tit 3061.34 ISAPTI111 Mt LA IllS140
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- Sunday- Masses 6;30 and Cali
Week Days Mass. 06.30 Molt Tkurb
Yd. anckSat. First Friday Mani COO am
Holy Day Misses. COO cht NO COO
o.111.
Confessions: 3:30 to a:30 ahp
4.00 p.m. on Saturday
MitaettiOUP Medal Novena rinds, 11011
pM
Catechism Class. 3:30 pm oti dundio
rtiEMESE'hLa Hess
Convert Class Monday 1:30
Sunday Mass. 1:00 am
Holy Day Mass. 5:30 pm
Confessions. Saturday 6:30 to I 10 pm
Thursday before First Friday 6:30 p.pi
Catechism Class: 3:15 p.m on atint113,
Sacred Heart Novena: 1:00
Friday
Convert Clam 6:30 pm on 'Minds,
ATLANTIC SIDS
ST JOSEPH'SCold
Sunday Masses :45. :00 and 8:11
Holy Day Masses: 5:45 and COO 11,M
Ind b;45 p.m
Confemions. Saturday 4:00 to 1101 sng
:00 to S:00 p.m
Miraculous Medal Novena. Wasingaggy
5.15 and 7:00 P.m
Sacred Heart Novena. Priday flag otm
Sunday Evening Service' ?Mg om
Convert Clam: 7:15 psi oh Molitilin
and Thursdays'
Catechism Class. Stisnlay 'IA
II:45 a m 3:00 p.m to 4:00 pm-'
First Friday...Exposition of Mmt Slow
ed Sacrament all day ReonsitiAlt di 810
a.m Saturday morning
First Saturday Devotions to out Wig
of FatimaThe Holy Rosary 4:00 1110
First Commurtion Instructions for-ahll,s
dren Mondays and Thursdays Ild0
1'0 p.m.
MIRACULOUS MEDAC--.4:glateggi
Sunday Masses; 1:00. 8:00 and 10'80
Holy Day blames:. I:00 I0 a,m log
4:15 p.m
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to COO egg
Am to COO p Arta Rosary HO OVO
ling.
Miraculous Medai Novena. 1:15 -and
:00 p.m. on Monday.
Catechises Class: Altar 8:00 Mass on
Sunday.
First friday Zsposition ail day during
the School Year.
First Saturday: Mass at 11:00 am
HOLY FAMILY ,CHURCH in
Bunday Masses: 7:30. 0:30.
First Saturday Masa:
Weekday Memel:
Sa.urday 7:00 p.m, to
Miraculous 'Medal Novena
Holy Z.Nty Mantes' 740 a.m
Confession Ir:45 n m to
every Monday.
Parish Family Row, 000
Benediction
every Wednesday.
Discussion inquiry Group
every Friday.
1st. Friday Devotions
1st. Saturday Devotions
Margarlto
11:5Z, n
6:00 am
8:00 0.m.
3:00 p.m
7:00 p.m
5:14 p.n,
4:46 p.m
7:00 0.02
1:30 P.m.
7:00 p.m.
110 p m.
ST. VINCE-KMRainbow City
Sunday Masses,: CYO m and 1:00
S.M.
Holy Day Wow 11:00 Imo. and
m.
Confessions: 1:00 to $;00 ti.10 te
8:00 p.m Saturday.
Catechism Class: 10:41 cm, ail Sundut
Clittt--SVOI7 WSW., St 11:00
SAL
Miraculous Medal Nosamit 1111 111
on Tuesday.
Sacrou Saari kleysitai 1110 Law 09
tridaY.
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amity 144uo: I:15 oat
Holy Day Man: 5:00 Dal
Coofoodonot I:30 to 7:00 p os on Soo
orday
Cotorblant Claw 4:00 DAS OM Windily
OIng LADY OS 000D COUNSEL
...Gamboa
Sunday Massan: 7:00 and 1:30
Elcgy Day Mamas: CIO gas and litt
p.m
Cordoba land lattltday it 11100 psa. sad
allot all evening devotions
Paptismta by antlelstment
mirooplous Modal Sorted; 140 0"
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SaCind Shiest Novenae trita 'no Oa
Yriday
Sly School: LSO p.m. on Sunday
Sall ous Instruction Clasp (or Citil
draw :00.4).nt on Thursday,
Rallgtous instruction foe adults (Con
ductal lop Spanish) 1100 pm an Med
tar.
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Capitol, ond Brno' Blvd,
Tho Roo. Ildwho C Wormier
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lOpposite Hotel Washington)
The Rev. .0, Peter Wormer, Rector
The Rev. Henry A. Blake, Assistant
SUNDAY
6:00 a.m. Holg Communion
7:30 p.m.-Solemn Evensong is Samoa
8:30 a.m. Morning Prayer
9:00 cm. Choral Eucharist end Sermon
10:30 a.m Church School
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MONDAY, 'rum:KY & THURSDAY
5:40 a.m. Morning Prayer
6:00 cm. Holy Communion
5:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
WEDNESDAY
140 a.m. Monans Pray',
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in Dm. Evroning Prayer 11 Address
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SATURDAY
1:10 a.m. Morning Prayer
1:00 am Holy Communise
1:00 per. Evening Prayer
7:30 p.m. Office et Comp lino.
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St. Christopher's Cbereb
10lb Street Patens Lotorro
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SUNDAYS
COO am. Holy CoMmunion.
1 1:30 am Sung Eucharist and &neon.
10:10 1.1n online Prater and Own
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I:10 pp swoop, and SWIMS,
MONDAYS
1:10 ere te rind lird. Woman's Auld.
TUESDAYS
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Rev. Ebner 0 Reboot Pattie
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Sunday School 11:41t
Worship Service ,4,,,1044 in
Youth Service ".1:46 m
Evangelistic Service 7:30 pms
Prayer Service. Wed. 44. 139 ItM
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METHODIST atoriCes
Sunday. Oct. 19th-41 a.m. Rev. Victor
John Wataon S.D. 7 p.m )4r. A A.
Lovell.
Manday. Oct. gOth,.41:30 Pt wm.P1-1
ration Clam Mr. OM Mit She o
D.m. Prayer meeting Mr. Pearl Pere..
Tuesday. Oct. 2Ist-01:31) p.m Girls
League. Mrs. K. King,
Friday 7:30 p.m.oir Practico.
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CHURCH OP' THE NAZARENS
Mount Hopi Calla' tone
mermen tram Mt. Hope AA Station)
Rev. Ralph Hysong, Put.
Box 5019 Margarita. CZ.
Phone 3-247e
Sunday School 9:45 gm.
Morning Worship t .110 cm,
ESangelistie &trite 1;30 p.m
Prayer Servica. Wed. 730 p.m.
atartualatZ Kerrie Clitlittli 1
Panama 11.P Ord Street Sam
Nov N Brewn. Minister
Divine Worship ..... cut Lail
Sunday School 1:00 pm
Sunday Mamma 7 7;45 11:4I
Rio AbaJo. R.P.
Sunday School ..... 3:00 pm.
JeStoVAH'S WITNESSES
Meetings; Thuradays at 7.30 pm
iuniavr al 4,9 Pm Win Memorial
166 Rook Riad Balboa
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST 0,
Le'rrelit OAT SAINTS (Mormon)
chr on Balboa Road
Pritsthoo Witting Sunday 8.30 CM
Sbnday chool. Sundav 10:09 Om
Sacrament Meeting Sunday COO DA9
Relief Society, Tuesday 9'00 A.R1,1A.r
MIA Wednesday 7:30 nin.
Primary, Thursday 4:00 ti.m
Telephone Balboa 4227
Atlantic Branch
Building 200, Schoolhousa Road, Gatun
Sunday School, Sunday 9:30 a,m
Sacrament Meatilig: Sunday 11:00 arm
CUIILINDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted Chttech".,
Milton It
Phenol Itao 1141111 it- 01; 11110$
litilidaY tithes) ,1.tit 11141,01111
IA etas 1; itoril Mt
1 100 am
Veutnellalente ;00 'At
$eventes Watehrt too ;00 pm
Prayer and Pra at Mot) ;01
A thumb aerate la previa
I.APHDLII, CHUNKS) 4
aaphaet ray araltanie
lath st 7,1 No ''
Hate eutaarlat unday 104 OM,
rutodart Wodeetdave anti flonottao,
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flail Mot Lento al oak manta
749 11119 $
MOH WSW elar MIMI
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CHRISTADSMIAN SUMS M1SSIOK
11104 lth and J. Almond, Celan
ldsmortal SartgrIDA 10;00
Sunday lohnal I:00 o.m.
Lastura T;SO y",
MONDAY
Adult libit ciao I ;10
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PM Strom
grbantmoto 1 Carman, Vanarivi
Ibtormao aillo end Chorus long
thurodaya 9 eel la
ipliett Astlete Ott 1;40
IWO 111111writiovi, e,m
IPM0 Nenne
MO, MISSION C1114Q11
&moist IN Parable, U,11,
ley Wit Idaho N Stewart, faller
tunder 11100 li" Worm) lill lerrilla
;SO p.m, Sunday show,
Ill Pm. Gospel Service
ondayi 140 Yvon reoPlre toolol
'Somali li le astampea hrisulo
rellewahlp,
Thursdays SIM Che4 Rehearsal,
reser It IS Nelsen,. Mho loom So
Ceti,
OP CHRIST
11101 es lathier Ave', Criptebal, C,I,
Pay 0, Wright, lEvottpellet
OCWIDULI Or SLIVICIS
MONDAY
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ming Worth lp an4
ommtutlart 11:00 a,m
twining Worship TAO p,m,
WEDNESDAY
Herald of Truth
BOK 9:15
mtdWaek alma Illtutty ,. 1110 S.M.
'THURSDAY
Luestions and An1911$ 1:U 11111
OK, Poln, A,P,
will reeelve a warm welcome at
each et ottr services.
THE CHURCH OF GOD
13 St. Parque Lelevre. Rio A1400
A. J. Anvick Overseer
SM. C. Weeks, Pastor
Sunday Morning Worahip 11:30
Sunday School 3:00 p.m.
Sunday Night Service 7:30.
Weekly Service. Nights; Mond it 3r
Wednesday and Friday.

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CH OF GOD WILLIAMSTOWNt 14933 P0111
tante Oscura Rd.) D. Otaubtirnt 110n Of Mr. R. D.
lo Abaja Glassburn Balboa, Canal Zone.
i JohnsonPaster was moil tho 260 William Col
o 9,30 cm
semc 7:30 p.m cent of tho atudout hodY,
lip 10:30 a.m top Sttnitenta, reprelentin8 86 per per...Pow
...Pow per...Pow :Ing clout's Illt or froohmoo tur tur..
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ME CHURCH OF GOD
16th St (Monte Oscuro Rd.)
Rio Abair)
Rev. William g. JohnsonPastor
Sunday School 0 9130 a.m
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m
Sunday Night Service 7:30 p.m
Till TURCIL OF GOO
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I ll ighth It., Celan
WM Pimaiduint Polley
Sunday fail it,.40 ,,,,, I Pie Cm
Mernin$ anhip s.,. Nile 0.rit
OulDisy Muhl itervioe ,,,, ill PA
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YDS CHDRem OD GOD
Wow frovidasoe
11114, MA Kistoorolosall
gunday sonata ,I. I tot, w, 1111: 104
Wo770017 WonitiP ....owl, LIM
sunday Night Service s 1110 11414
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T1RST CilitiRCII OF GOD
Cor. Jamaicr. 4 Trinidad Sta.
Rainbow City
Nov. William Liyhtgatoa Pastor
Sunday School 1:30 am
Morning Womb! ,, 10:30 a.m.
Sunday Night Servica 7:30 p.m.
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labia Heights, CZ.
neat Diablo ochooll
NOV. Cori Trmption, Milihdar
lloa SI lob o Haights C.L
Thonoa:j Nome, Gamboa 217 4.... ,t
Church !alba 4271 ,r
Sunday School 10:00 am.
Worship Sarvica aro s.m
Youth Send Pt :2 171.
tvannallatio Imola I ;41
Woincaday: ibis Study
and Prent thrviell 1 MO pm.
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' ' Time is' creeping up 'on us.
(REDEEM LUTHSRAM CIIIIRCIA
. Salim nese st Wight Street Only about six more weeks- of
lifv. Salon F Ottraka Pastel' school, and that's counting the
, -.4 p.o, nee 4,46. selbee,
- Sunder &cheat. little Clam 111 It a 1 exam week. ,Everything seems to
HWY COMmultioni gind Sunder OS the The junior class is honoring
Divine Service 10;11 aJal pile up at ,the end of the year.
.7"U" -., the.-tenior4dass by the' Prom and
, s Atlantic Side -.
the Banquet- during, May. You
,- core ewe Chapel .-'
i' Mr- Frederick S. Slick. Vicar know, it's, remarkao,e if 'tee class
ice it ern. I
11:10111'yin.roSer. a. last da at tha of 60 seems to do thingi in a
month- .. Y strange way. ft xeally shouldn't
. say anything becaupe I -belong
' ' e- h to that class,n but.- .) ,For in.
. ; 'jWIS ; A; stance, the junior ,:. Easter- show show..
.. show.. ,.
' gise had- a lovely theme, "April
Jewels welfare sleare Sia ibilA 1106 21014.11' 'Whoa wail Eastan?
Aut41 deft Saila C4 ,SAhal thither 4 "'" --. "m
Wititib iJiteeint . You- guessed it, March., :7
-nervie trieei., ?le cue eett;eae, For the first time in agesEss
,:34,F al ( For. the first time in ages-Bitola'',
A0 illtillp 01' Jewish !tem
rnOtre Pasta Bares and SteLegoi. ter came in March, Just" about
.. ' -',','. '.-.. ,. -' the tame' thing happened 'to the
' "r'ss"." LW She'll" ivill Av. ;tram tommittee Ths theme a' nd
nine tie end Seth Street. Sella Villt; -- I --
evnam City strvicea 2300 rum ,I, ,111 lovely one it is, is "April 'Love"
,......--.,,,,-;,...---. When -is the prom? -,' May 1.
,
re , I rt But, for those of you who are
VOSCS' and oases ,, going, don't let that spoil yout
,- ,. ,, ... evening. Just pretend ',it's 'April.
Pudgie Watson and her commit,
rAciFic sum ,, ':

Sun sY Maass; S:i0 & .30
Contogoinno isr MINA). ,,i., 11:39
FORT KORB, ,,
Sunday Maws 'COB, a 4611-145
Confessions --, soturday SAO a 110
Catechism ClassWednesday 4:00
V.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Sunday Mass , alp
FORT CLAYTON 1
uaturday, Masa to," 114,of Itil
" Piteannildal7.01:10;4181:1413' '144; '''''''' :.-'1 el :
conozni, Imo
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pony, moss ,o,ssi,tool,trte Vr,.
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arena farviaso Tumid si V.
entaaalang lannlou TIM
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v romexobblp -,. Saturday, .t...1, tOO
1,1B04WISt Ilalbia.,-TritinY ,4 ;,;110'
Aitoreak 'Air revolt loturdaY .2!
va0-twil, BergroligsalaY l'Iv
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gundAY .Ilhe'n4 i 15(4
Mornint ViSrlhiP 0:110
CMOs call ,,,, 8 SO
OMR thirgog , -Ir.
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fon! ClulAcx cm
Dilly Mam 11110
Flournoy mom
unday mow tat A ill:
tontopatem 110turdeli a' : Itilm
Jewlak
TORT GULICK ilia
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,,- Sunday moo , , r 141 So 130
iulttlaT MAU (Spanlah'l ,, 1:00
avana Sarvlase Tumidity ,, Voll
, Ontoollotto .. Saturday T:00
, .3 '. lowish
re' roystA Saturday, ,,,:,,,, too
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Alorook 'Air Vargo 0. Saturday :00
1.1110NINI, lalboa..leturday 10
,,i ATLANTIC SIDS
': : Protoolast
TORT duttex
Sunday Owl .1 IIIV
t4011in WqrlhIP r,
coffee all 0:30
Church PlUratig OAP
, cothalla
fort GULICK,
Daily Mao 4:33
Saturday Mao ,, 11;110
funday Mow .. 1110 1:33
Couto:atom .., Saturday' 3:03 11130
OM 'I 130
Jewlak
TONT GULICK
Tuesday ?III
Seventh Day
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Advent's
Wool; ly Service' in all churrhot 1
co tollowai
SATIAMAY b
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ivinl Sorclot II :00 cm,
onih r Medlin' CIO 114111
W DN VIDA V I
Sicio Study sod Pogo ei dor,
100 b,ro
racing. SI Panprod
Polder tilt, Arghbol Tot, t11.141100
Cobs Verde, Aviv, ,t, do lo,00lo me.
IT horrillo ...P.. illith No, Ill,
colitc Wuric ,.. SA Sl, lootWoch Srd
and itth its,
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lit Alois .n. Illii St, No, IT
uombos and Fri oho
rattly ?i, lt, Wahl', cl, 11-11811
roster A Ac Grirido 1,1401
Spanish Siorrher PitOttill idt ratiSMI
Pastor onici Monti TO, 114,
illid
imam, Pill, Darin' No, 1,
- cdrodoi di Nu000 Quinn's,
Immo, Collo Dorton No, $,
- odr000l di Nu000 OLororo,
, Ai lontle lido ,.
ruin, 0, A, tionviso ,,,, Tol, 11,11103
( Criolobil PIMA o Mb k 11011Ver
Ave.
Colon ,-- 3rd lit.
Pastor Manuel Calderon ,- Tel. 3-2103
Crlatobal looriloh lo lath It BOW
Aye., ...
Central 011ie
01144 Clavitejl Pa 'bap Tat
Naos It 1101,,
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Paul D. Glassburn,
Wiffiams Senior,
Receivei Honors
or roil, otatus tor the someator
ending Jan, 11, To be WM,
grade of 1,0 or 1)ettor are re,
(mired, The top mark is A plus
or 11 points,' with -It, reaultleS
in a mark m minua l
The 26 Percent is Marte4
improvement bver the 221 per,
cent who -made the dean's list
the first aemester a year ago.
The Overall enUtle average rose
Iron 1,11 te 1.71. The ',niers
have the most names on the iloto
14, or 11 percent, with tne sepPte
mores having the fewpst 81, for
IAA percent.
-Glassburn, a senior, is a mem member
ber member of the phi Delta Theta frater fraternity.
nity. fraternity.
nity.
FOR SALE
Triumph TR-3 Sports Car
All Extilas 1- Like New
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p t iii .2 '.
racuce tiring
, , ,I,
At ThreeSiles
, I ,,. ,'. ,t
, AnnOtinCOMIltit ot practice' tiring
ha; boon made by, Hoadquarters
ILL, Arly,..,Carlaboican, a, a,
4 tie leneuusil sOuOWS: rts WO
Empire Known Matinee Unto,
Fort Itobbei sires, April ST 30
from 7 0 M to 8 p m it ot
. . un a
the 1st Dania 'Group, 110th IIIISB:
try., will,,,,tire ,30 caliber raps
anti Mown, re 111IIKIMUNI ,,,)11
Mud. is 12,500 cot and the matt,'
!mum ran-- is
iv 3500 yards.
At Empire Artillery Eons, ft,
Kobbe root APril al between 7
a,m,- and 8 pm. the VSARCA,
RIR 80h001 wills conduct 1031tim
howitzer tiring, Maximum altitono,
,
1100 toot, MAXIMUM 1111131 4300
yards, , I
,
At Voogd Field rirbill itilnile
!Port Xobbe .area, Apt., 21 -21;
trom 1110 a,m, to ',I:30 -p,m,,
tnere will be 10mm mortar 1111113
057 olementa, ot the 1st Batto
tiroup,, maximum altitude, 400
teat; MAXIMUM range, 2000 yards,
It 1"1""""""Inms1""""04-",, ,
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WASHINGTON Brooks
Hays, the boutlito outstandins Sap,
tic, layman and s strong tadvo
cite for moderation on civiirights
loam, will, be 'nominated to the
Tennessee Valley Authority board
of directors, probobly within a few
resident riseniower yositeri
daY announced his ,intention to
name Hays, former Democratic
conereslmen from Arkansas and
current president of the Southern,
Salifid Convention,
The nomination il'not expected
to encounter anY trouble in, the
Democratic Senate. The former
congressmen, who served in Wash Washingten
ingten Washingten tor lit year; before he was
defeated last-fall, was liked and
reopeoted by Members tof both
pacles.
The only opposition may come
from- some Deep -.South, ienators
who do not agree with his moder moderate
ate moderate stand on the school integra integration
tion integration issue, a factor which cost him
his seat, in the rouse of Repre Representatives.
sentatives. Representatives. -,
'Hays wait -unopposed lat fen
until a short iime before t elec.
tion when Dale Alford, an aVewed
segregationiet, entered the race so
a write-in candidpil won by
a elim argin, -t
Hays wet a central flgurein IN
ranging the Newport, It, 14 Meet.
lux in 1951 between Bleonliowor
Ind Gov, Ocval,Fsub410 dismiss
the Little Bock situation; was
at shill time that Hm bocemt a
epokesmen for moderation,
forms14 nominated ond ant
proven by flonste ite will fin
the vseenev left Toil, 10 wbox
Frei J, Welch resumed his $ii
Ties es dean ef agriculture et the
University, of Kentucky:, The post
pav, ,g25,000 It year.,
Hava will le.in rtliairotam Herlrt
Vogel and Arnolfl R. ;ropes on the
Tibt board. Roth' are Reoublieattl.
Nin Hiintinn During
May, Says! rmv.'
A
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Because of training ToquirOs
month, hunting balls will be in
effect during !goy, according to
g:adquartera, U.s, ArMY Cet:tb,
, Beth the Rio Hato 'area and
the Jungle, 'Warfare Training Ceti.
ter:area, rort Sherman, will be
closed to. hunting through hlay
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Werm i,,A 24 Cooing bird
Drills --1 -t .-. 23 Poems : --c
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Meta! refuse 27 Flying
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Trench, .. 4,' 29 Essential bejng
Composer, F 31 Staid .. ,-;
Ambroise -T.,-, 33 TO11 roads,
Slack -,- 38-Get tree.
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52 Australian
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54 Ignited
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of FAITH d,
NAherewith ye shall be able
to'quench all the fiery darts
)6t,icked."
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-t :,"PEOPLE WHO PURSUE DEATH"
-,' Moro is tome sin thai is bdund ,to end, in death:
ood warns man against it. Yet, many people insist
, s course of lite that can only end in disaster.
Children's Chapel 40:40 R. to Snyder
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NOSUNDAY SCHOOL'(Clases' for. all ites)
: Don't Miss .the closing' SunclaY of Show YOur Faith,
campaign. Victory is An sight, it all witor-Pledked,t4-,
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6 :30.-BAPTIIT TRAINING UNION
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1:30.- SEW RE OF FALSE GODS"
why- b. in doubt itbout things to come?' God's last
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Witty It', This week, Revelation 14.
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SOCIAL EVENTS HONOR MRS., JOSEPH VIVAS
--:.AND YOLANDA -VIVAS, WHO ARE LEAVING ISTHMUS
7 Mrs. Jossph Vivas was guest of -hlonar at a farawall luncheon
WocinosdaY at tho Tort Arnie lel (Mears Club., -TM nohost oven
was 'Sanded by mato this fwenty friends,
14, At the Quarry Heights Officers Club today, Miss Patrkla Kill
'slily and Miss Barbara Kossody ardortaintilla snilti orouP in WWI
of Miss Yolanda Vivas.' s r
' kCaltnal Vivas, Vibe has boas chilli medical sorvice Gore's
Heseltall.and his. family will Stave May I to make thole ham" It

, "overt Igoe
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Caribbean'eellana Club centered by a basket of Aranda et:
Elects New OfficOs ' chids.- , :
- Mrs. R. TiConley Was elected -,' Members were reminded to meat
the uew president of the -Carib. reservations for the concert o
-bean' College Club eta --, Meeting the National Symphnoy relies
this ,week m the Red Cross Build-- to,- to be held in C91011 May 2'4
'so serve with -her are Mrs.':s.r. 11, midst; 'Lecke Students
Pfau, first vice president; Mrs: E. Preterit Anneal -Sheet
Wrenn, second vice president; The annual- exhibition or the
Mrs. E., Y. McClelland, secretary; Madge Locke Theater of Dance
tnd Mrs. P. (Beck, treasurer. will be presented May 1 and 4 et
lkirs. W. P.--Grady presided at the the Cristobak YMCA. The show is
Sleeting and introduced the guest a yesrly event sponsored by the
speaker, Dr S. ,G. Breeland,.,who pacA for charity., ,
'discussed his research ou Nand
Ey, control. ; The presntation will feature a
Refreshments were" served by i variety -of dance numbers, with
Mrs.-Eustace Lee and members of new costumes' and decorations ad.
ter committee.:, The table was. ding to the color. z
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1 Members were reminded to mad'
reservations for the concert o
the National Symphnoy, Orches
tra,- to be held in ,Colon May .22.1
Madoi 'Lecke Students
Present' Annual ,Shew.,
' The annual- exhibition of th4
Madge Locke Theater of Dance
wilt be presented May and 4 at
the Cristobak YMCA. The show is
a yesrly event. sponsored 'by the
'riCA for -charity., '
r : r
;.The presentation feature Js.

Artni Efitertainment Conte,st

T4:::FOtoito'..y011.04:.p..600,0':',-

The ,"live" phase of, the mg
USARCATLIS Entertelw
ment Contest Move II Into WO
gear tomorrow, with tke first of
the subirea preliMinary. con contests
tests contests Fort ClaYton Service
Club- at 7 p,m. under the clinic.
tion' of Mrt;' Elizabeth, Her.
stick, service club ,direetor, Other
sub4rea contests' will be held at
Fort Ebbe Service Pub at I Om,'
next Wednesday with Mts.., Dorris
Caldwell in charge, and 'at Fort
Gulick Service Club at 8 p.m.
Thum's,' under tile direction of
Miss Elizabeth Allen,'service Club
director,' ,
More than 35 acts, both solo end
grotto, have signtd So tar tor tho
competitions, and more aro ex
peeted, E arl reports ; show. atiull
yaried types of entertainment le
Jpt rock an4trollr, bress ?chorui Ger.;
man band hillbilly aggregations,
vocal ,andi- Instrumental soloist,
deneersAind''rinedy nets Among
tho entrsnts; '
,First 'end second place
prizes will be awarded at the auk.
area contests, ,with the top set in
each of ;even classes reeiving

M !SS MI DNI GHT'S NOTI SOCK'
- ,"' When '',.Prillciss 1, MOrgsret,,' sot
compahled by -tho Queen Mother
Zlihabetk. visits Pope John at tile
Vatizatt ', Me' pens to discuss ',at
home llingth kill Hennes'', recent
colt for a meeting of leaders from
all Christian faiths.- Meg's Inter.
est in religidit remalos'deop," dim,
pite her Sir Ist frivolity heti She's
with the gay palace set. Despite
aU' tho -trade ',joke' OHM,' 'Alin
tremendous over-production ;mete
on Mar,lon Brando's "Ges-Syed
Jacktr',4 some experts -Who've
- ssen toe rushes describe the loot.
age ts "sheer perfection." They
predict the' fihrt will make motion
tpicture history for-its sensitive do.
tett to camera work and acting
tochniqe. t Ingrid Bergman and
Lars ,z,hinidt window it, ehoppino
Ationg -Madison' Are4 bate proven
the greatest traffic iltoPPeri Novl
- York has viewed in a long time,
The welscrubbed Ingrid and her
youtittid -0. looking bridegroom
bold hands and ape. at ell tho
sights like young ovors(-Whilo peo
fil
pie on foot. and it autos stop to
attire at them. , .,, ,
,
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' 'Pier Angell's friends Wert Vie
Damone will have to era's .,.. the
-, Atlantic ,if Om gete any more rots
conciliation notions, she told, them
She planned to otsy abroad tor
4' lOng timeprobably 411 this
yoar, at legit, i oAlthough jeweler
- Bob Altman WOO Lang Turner'.
most conspittuous escort while she
yas in 'Gotham,' he doesn't quail quailty
ty quailty as it prospective hueband just
, yet. Me 'tilt isn't divorced trom
' Illo Witn Arlene, gltbeugh they've
;Amon Sepsreted tor leveret years,
, ,
'':'... C bot h t el 1
. '. Susan a w o cap ure a
, Ainda et nowsparrr space with her
' rumored '!roin ItC11", with., King
-. Hussein of Jo int is lietty lo
' membered smelts tho roadwsy
, night owls al tho girt who used
to go with comedian Jules Mutt,
'N,' Phil. s' Now that Mort Sahl'a di
'' norce' if i flail, he's expected to
''' niarrtrt trhYllil' Xi '; Within'', a
mon .'1.., ,'. 3".1 0 '''''ti. '.: '- 1,
' 21,es it lifts Strictini mhos girt
1.4, String itaterprises,.1., ; that's dyer..
, t tising a 2S-tninitto film written and
liorrated by Jack ittrouac -snci
. doctors were ordcreo DY the Now
; York censors to rover up, .."ii
. sited ;the licastleris ogaln for tho
t, prem1iero in Chicago Aoril,11., The
. hienagomont. figures if t it could
, get away with the artistic ituditv
tin Boston and Philadelphia, the

114, act. Individuals winning s'econd
slit, &late witil reogive g5 .4nd groupe,1
of iWeIneada,-Iday at., Jedwin
ton- Hall, Fort Clayton at,, T:
;ice first-place more irom.,the
rem areas wiU tompete for area honors'
Jar. at the -1.1SABCARIB
Liter Aria end second 'places. 'being ot,
I at fered in e4ch of the seven tom tompetitive
petitive tompetitive times.
rris -Judges for, the finals be
Fort Mrs. Betty J. Slaughter of Gaion,
Lin. veteran of 'radio and television;
I of Mt -Anne Kirkland of Balbor,
MUSidiatt and' member of th-F4-
name Star an&Herald Staff, Owl Owland
and Owland ald Musselman, drama director of
tho the alainolt High School; 'Whim
ex Mallory of the Salboa Theater;
moh and.C1110,,, 'Herman' W. Engler,
is leader of the ?With Mr Forge Dand,

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,-, 7.,
judos will ant ontY' itele2C;,..the
Winners in out but ntkvill
moot with contost,,officetu.
COL 8; V, lutterti chief of -Spe
dal Services,. to determine the top
act, any Class, to travel to Fort
Belvoir, Va., in June to represent
ItS',Arrny Caribbean in the,,All

if an Individual lad $15 if a ;rag') lArtay Finals,

Killoo lien

MA4' OtY should, present no pro.
blem,
'Hoy;', about in outfit, called '"G
Wee. "The Seat t Generation'?
The picture 'is described, os ite
IP1,0n014 entertsinment, tor the
enure sly. -ft pe sex DO- ViOs,
'once", ohn and ,Edwin Peron
are, kneeing,. tor 's t new press
representative. tor 'their :famous
spot,' El' Morocee but- slowly,
because ,they want Make ours
Ot letting the l'obaolutely,:right"
person next time,
' Thie week's most celebriiy-stud,
clod event will ,L be Mrs, ilearst's
gals movie and party Aron rtrd
for the Free Milk Fund -tor Is
hies, with the Duke end twelicss
of Windsor, Msyor 'Wegner end
the eity's First Ioady, snd Ace.
Idemy, Award winner David,Niven
111110n1 the ;wilts They'll see'
preview ot the IISY movie, "Cowit
Your Ileseings,", at the Musle
HOU, thoa go to the Sterlight
loot tor dsnoing, prises, snd
04 shoulds,,,robbing, ,-,
,,
Louis Prime and Keely Smith
will rata as the highest 0 priced
twosome ever, booked on the Ed
SulliVan show;,, they'll get $35,000
tor two successive Sundays. Ofily
the Russian dancers drevr, more
live end $25,000 for the
taping,"0 but that tee covered the
entire tampon)?

1, Tbs ommy -Jimmy
Von Heinen score for "Soy Coo
Slor will get 'quite, whIri
len wax,' Already aot ars disco by
Reynolds lad 4 by, -till
Crosby (ototro of the picture1
py-Bonnott, Johnny Math'', Peen
merlin, Way Starr, The Four Lade
and halt a -dozen more. ;,',.The
gig yrglicieets Giants' ,.manage.
mant Wet!ld, like Willie Marv, te
tenting tut sporting getivities ,te
the playing fieht,,,not ',the poker
table. Willie, has become quite en,
thuaisstie about cards. (Quiz OH,
tiont Why do profettional baseball
alubs treat their epployes ho.
blest),: x.,
,IntiMates ',,, Chun
Ors outgoing': wife; Marge':- may
beat. him ,to the altar, after their
divorce, despite he fset that' he
tvat ouch 31 big favorite in' the
early morning line. The luckifol,
low Is Steve Stanford, a Lot At
,geles dress tycoon.' reter
Igivord ; (Pat Kennedy) end' Ain
PA IC,' V limit:hi wife of tip
former Ambassador to :(01,13a, atm,
taken off for Spam' together.

.
Tickets ars being sold by ths
pirils sod st the YMCA,
- The curtain will rise st-TI;30

'ithmiert Toastmasters
Meet Peneme Club
Members of the Isthmian Toast,
austere Club will join the Panama
Asastmasters Club for a Aotnt
neeting Tuesday, May 5.- at T;30
san., at the Panama HAton Motel.
Speakers tor the evening will
oe Toastmasters O'Borke, Bennett,
3isva and Pfeiffer. Toastmaster
g the evening will be T. M, Mout,
ind Jim McNamara will act ts
opicmaster.
At this .week's Meeting of -the
isthmian group, Mat Joe Itrigan
tli of Fort Amedor won two awiirds
tar his spettzt on luventle
quency. - 4
Further infortnation about the
club may be obtained front Cdr.
3. E. Taydor, Navy 2434.
, ,

Funeral Services
L
For Mrs. owrenc
T A 3'
.qmorrovi t p.m.
Funeral serVizei for the late
Mrs. Ruth MacKloud Lawrence,
64, who died Thursday evening
at Santo Tomas hospital, will be
held tomorrow et 3 pm,' at 'the
Lourdes Chapel in .Las Sananss,
Interment wil4 follow at Herrera
Cemetery.
Mrs, Laweence, widow ,o1 -the
late, Mark L. Lawrence, is env
-vivid by 11,daughter, Miss Laiii
Porker, a' son, ,, Henry Parker
and ,,six grandsons.

By 'OSWALD 4ACOSY
Written for NIA WOO'

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'There neVer .waa a rivalry, st
bridge like that between the late
Hal 13ima and the lea Ely C,it
balloon. In today's hand "The
Professor,"' as Hal called Ely,
managed to defeat "The Mass.,
tro," 1 Ely called Hal, at one of
Hal's favorite throe -,no,trump
contracto; , I
ELY opened tfie.seven of clubs
and dummy's ten won the-trick.
Hal- started, after the diamond
auit and -Ely went into, huddle
before making his first discard.
"What's ,virr lloblem, Proles ProlesPert"
Pert" ProlesPert" asked Hal.
"I Orn trYing tO figUrt out a
'band of your& that I cab beat,"
roplied Ely, "And think have,"
MY.Proceeded to disaard the
(humor spades and six and three
of hearts as Hal ran out 'the dia,
,mond suit; Hal's next play was
a heart to dummy's ace and Ely's
king fell, NOW NO1 threw Ely in
with aNclub and EIY took ilia tour
club trickaf next play was
the seVen of apades and the threa
notrumv contract was dooned
to defeat,
,Ely had -nctuailly ,constructid
Hal'S whole band and worXell
gut the only defenao to beat him,
One club Aiscard would have
been fatal', apd at' the end ElY
had to lead his low spade, not
mleen or the faalt else- Hal
would Olive made three spsde

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4...,The bidding bits besot-
South .We 11, Wolfe Atigt
14b. ay, FANS
r You, South, boid;
'484 iPK,111 ddbll 40ASItt
, What do you do?
41-1,-Rid three bout"- Tog Mee
nod support for hearts bet VMS
4pentng bid is a minimums,
TODAY'S QVESTION
The bidding is lb Saint 01
the question lust tplowertute Y011o
, Soutn, hold; '
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CITED...Elisabeth M. Burton,, clerk-stenographer at the Avia Aviation
tion Aviation Division, U.S. Army Caribbean Transportation Section, is
awarded an Outstanding Performance Certificate by Col. D. A,
USARCARIB tranSportation officer, Mrs. Buxton came to
the Canal Zone nearly. four years ago and immediately went
to work tor the transportation:16dt She 'resides at Albrock
Air Force base with her husban(I, an Air Toro technical ser sergeant,
geant, sergeant, and. their four childrom (Army Mite)

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,
CHANGE OF COMMANDCapt. Paul Bugas, new commanding
of ricer of C Company, let Battle Group, 20th Infantry, Fort
Wick, acepto ths official guidon ot the unit from Col, Raloh
ITOrteS; Jr., ,coortmander of the battle, group. (Armx, Photo)

US. S,avings-Bon4 Drive
To Be Conducted In May

POMP. 0 11

The 1959 person-to-person sett settings
ings settings bond canvass, to be conduct.
ed in tinayanama Area-May- 11-12,
wilt HOC Sign UP 65 Per ce4 of
thole eligible tor the payroll sav savings
ings savings 'Plan 'PlanCol.
Col. 'PlanCol. Percy IL Laming, finance
and Accounting officer, is chair chairman
man chairman and will be assisted by unit
savings officers who are to can canvass
vass canvass both, military and civilian
personnel.
Military units of conipany size
or larger and civilian ;slalom with
100- or more employes which a achieve
chieve achieve 65 per cent participation
inay apply for the U.S. Treasury
Department's Minuteman Award,
while irm'aller elemento which Ueet
this goal will be eligible for the
Commapder's Savings Bond t,ita
tiOn.
Benefits to the nation,- as well
to the individual, whieh result
from regular purchese of U.S. Sav Savings
ings Savings Bonds will be stressed. The
savings bond program contri contributes
butes contributes directly to the country's sta stability,
bility, stability, spreads the ownership of
the national debt and aide in ion iontrolling
trolling iontrolling inflation and deflation. At
the same time the program offers
a safe, sure way to an individusl's
future goals. Every tprid.
lected- against 'folio or iheft,t, and
in less than nine' years the pur purchaser.gets
chaser.gets purchaser.gets back four dollars for
every three be saves.
Potertial purch4sers 4re to be
reminded that all U.S.. Savings
Bonds are negotiable Instruments

4,4

Ancen
' Bishop R. Heber Gooden vial
administer the apostolia rite of
Confirmation to a CUSS Of adults
and children at the Cathedral of
St. Luke, Almon, at the 11 O'-
clock service tomorrow.
The ciao'. wiU be. presented IV
Dean Peterson who has been
preparing them for the past teo
veeks. In accepting the, Laying
on of Hands, which was practic practiced
ed practiced by the Apostles of Our Lord,
the coniirmeel receive the added
gift of the Holy Spirit to live a
complete Christian life in the
Churh

Those to be confirmed art as
follows: Charles Ackerman, San,
dr Joan Aiello, Geertroide
rianne Rieekemolen, Bevi Ile Usrd Usrdner
ner Usrdner Brigman, Mr. and Afro. Lula
Gabriel Castaneda, John Alexan
der Cooper, Alice BO Fairchild,
DorothY Letitia Fitel Tarr) AIM
Gallaway, Robert ZYre H a I,
Arder Howard, John An.
dries de Buell, Juan Esequiel
Hoyte, Loretta Lau Lim, Vogt.
nia Irene Pearl and Marilyn Ann
Ward, Mrs, Pauline Eleanor' Hot.
lingsworth and Great Nis.
dorwimmer Howard will be be
received from thet Roma Cern.
Bishop Goodell will' preaCh on
the subject "The Timelessness of
Christianity": and the Choir Guild
will render the anthem "Jeau,
Limb of God, Redeemer" by Me.
rart. The community is invited
to share in this service.

FOR SALE
Triumph' TR1 'Sports 'Car
All Extras 1.1ko New
,
r
RODELAG, S.A.

1,Pf

,
at the time of issue and cap, be
cashed by- the owner any tithe at.
ter BO days from purchase. This
meano that they are readily On Onvertible
vertible Onvertible should an eMergeneY a arias.
rias. arias. Civilian employes who wish Ito
purchase bonds by p'ayroll dedue deduetins
tins deduetins need only Complete one from
4,-1)A 1727. When thie has been
promoted bonds are lasued by the
finance and Accounting. Office itt
Corozal.
ltilitary personnel prepare, al allotment
lotment allotment 'authorisations, and their
bonds are forwarded item the
Finance Center in, Indianapolis.

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JOHNSTOWN, Pa. (UPI)-.4firt
am G. Andrews, 82-year-old
speaker of the PennsylvaLi;
House of Representatives, incouip
tered real bunch,. of "speakers"
here yesterdasy ,r -,, 4,0
AndreWs telephimed- iadio sta. e
tion WARD to oirrangi', taps- re.
cording for a prograni this eve-
ning Wed "Pispealint th stele
Just at that time, the program'
"PartY Line" was 011 the air. :
That's a show in which are wont..
en call the station witk their par.
Ocular problems.
Somehow a minus developed.
Andrews' voice went hoomin
over the airwaves. -0
His opening words toIlte Hats
ine audience were:t
"Who in the is- speakingiv

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t. 411 boston aria rallAaelpnlit, 111111 taiten on lor bpain toictner. 1 ........8,41 i -- --- - - .
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VC,..4010,A9P.0,4
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"die della' fr' 7 1 ''' ''' 1111 h min I di th del I the 8 rah Fashion's ShoW for Spring held APril "'
,, 7 ',1)''...ti ' 1141k.w.s.;;;411;...'".7-7"ra ;""a""""1"4"""w""""ere e mo a or v'''.'";;""''''"'-'9"--'''"'"''''''.': : ''''''. '
, ,,
'' 23 id the Tivoli Guest House. They belong to 13alboa Assembly N0. 1 Order of the Rainbow tor ':,
about the
4,,,,i,m,;,,,,t,04,,,, 01310. Shown' are Misses Edith McNeil, Kay Baughman, Bonnie Bell and Billie Sue Spencer., ... ,,,
front Cdr. 4"."."-"".."-"1"1"1".."1"-"-----"m".".."."1".""J. - , ,,.. ,- . :-
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v '' ; ' ' -- ' : ir ir .' ' '''' 'Party Line' ---:i.
. CITED...Elisabeth X': Burton,', clerk-stenographer at the Avia-
' tion Division, U.S.,2Army Caribbean Transportation Section, l
ces --,,, awarded an Outstanding Perfrmance Certificate' by Col. D. A, ..
:Saving's.Bond Drive
Turns Out : :
To Be JustThat',
, v ming,,USARCA11113 tranSpOrtation officer,-.Mrl., Buxton ,caMe to ,
vrence -t1
t 0 Canal Zone nearlt-lour years ago and -immediately went To 'Be Concluded In'May
rn,,, ,- to work' tor the trananortationslection,' She 'resides at Athrook
1 0,n1 I Air Force base with- her ,huabansit an Air Tprce, technical ser4 JOHNSTOWst, Pa. (UPI)-111,1k-
,
r -:., geant, arid. their four children..,'i -' .,:,- ,, 1: (Army Photo) am G. Andrews, 82-year,old
, speaker of the PemsaylvaLi0
' the late t..' -''.- - - - ,- The i959 persoil-fOlersOn Irl et the-time of issue and cit,,, be MVPS of Repiesentatives, encoun encounLawrence,
Lawrence, encounLawrence, r-r-i-rxe.7.----7.71Nwskozoolont,-. -. ,-, -- , .... ,, ..
Ings bond canvass, to be conduct cashed by' the owner any ti e ef. tered e real Nook, of, oapeakerstr
ly eVettina ;.:::.. ed in theyanama Area May- 11-12, ter go days from purchase. This here yesterday.4,, ,-,,," .,,,-. ',,, 4-0 ''
;al,. will be tr,-,.:;,. ..., will aeek le ;Ian up LI per cent of ., ., -,
meano that they are readily eon., Andrews telephoned'Ilidin' eta ,,
ni,' at 'the 14:',..,::-,-:, .': thole eligible for the payroll awl- vertibie should an emergency a. tion wARp toottrangi'it tapfkre;
e 8abanas, ..,:,... ,-,i,,,', lags 'Nen. rise. cording for a program 'title eve- :
at, Herrre 0, ..
Col. Percy IL Laming, Fihance ning fitled "CisPealint th- fee
- T.',-tM:;,.,.. .. .:.
ow ,of lhe ININat end Accounting officer, is chair- Civilian employes who wish to' Just at that time, the program':
man and will be assisted by unit purchase bonds by p'ayroll deduc- "Party Line" wee en the sit
e, is our- 0,igS5,;::.'-?:', -.:- ,...
savings officers who are to can- none need only complete one from That's a show in whleh erea Wom-
Miss Lelia ti!i:'!'': :.,,
vase both, military and civiliathriA 1727. When this has been en call the 'dation with tits'? par- ..:--
7 Parker, ,IPAi,i....4::
'", ,: reNtr4i:: : personnel. , Eroceseed bond,s are 'issued by the Ocular problems. '.
.. ...

' ;11-m-o-ri;trIjrgilliiiiit,:'ilitot 'gigs tient Ivet!ld like Willie Mays, -iii ; 'f Ammer Tenterrow ' ,, '' i -tik etoilt1W. '' I --- -77 -.'9 .'"". I I "Pr 461W WV IPPW P'r IP"" 1,,', ""- --,,, ? ...t 1 ,,
, Hussein of Jordan is chiefly ye. tontine kis seortins activities, la t ,,, , ,
. , ,
i memilered shines 'she ,IroanwitY the PleYlet fieldamtot ,the Poker 111.." ' ' ,. 'II
t s th girl whe used table. Willie hes become quite an, ,
,zilght ow s lit ti
Jules Mull, thusiastic about cards. (Quiz clues, ,1,, ' ,,,
to go with comedian '- ,', ''', SN 4' '. mENT ,, ,sacir.1,,
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DC) Lj,, .'
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0
'' force' if I final, I he's expected to luba treat thetr empioyes lile be II ' ' ,' 1' ,,, ''', c,,esTigattly 4.40A '',, , 1 NJ U, ',4.),',
' lroarry-, erhyllior.)(1 ,;,Withill,'',,11 01017k, :, 4. ,, ,,,
'''? t '' 4 DIAPER RASH ' -, ',,, v&vto3vtWd DisHis 1' 1 11 .1 ' '' '
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monuot, ,. ,.1,,I,. t, ,. ; ), i: r ' '''''".". ' 1 '''' t
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' SOCIAL' EVENTS HONOR MRS., 'JOSEPH VIVAS ''': 1' --' 4,. ....:, Tickets aro being sold,, by :the .,... ...::;.::.-......,...-.!.:.,..:-:.......:.::....,::....,...... ,..,,::..,'-,...'i.......,5:::::-1:.,.::::.::.,........-,- ,: ,--0.y
-- -AND, YOLANDA -VIVAS WHO ALI' LEAVING ISTHMUS ..-:,..,. ,....,- 4,)upils and at the YMCA. .'.' -. ii:... ,.........::::..,:::..:!;:.:::....:....,;,:.:.....:....................:..,... ,.....A....:.;..14,..,.....:;..::. ,., ..: ., .... tiji.'''...;:v.V:'.!:...'0::..44:-..:Ve!.,::4:;:f,.....:','.'".;0',",.. -i .?.,..,.:-..,....,,x-...::.-..::...,...:.., . ...... ... .... ..
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'Wodnoulay at the Tort Amapietr Officsvs Club..,;.-,--.The na.host eeen , ., -.: , ....., -..... ... ,..,,... ,..,,y: ... : I ,,,.......,,;..:,..:,..,.,...,;,:wl.,,,...,...,..
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L.v--'. 4 Celine, Vives tvho' ha' bean chief at ramlicol--sorvice of Gsrlist -'osstmasters Club loc.--., a -7 Jo-lit -. ,.! ;:,.0 ...-7. : ..: ., t::::,.t ,:;- ::1-::.::;.::,.,v'::.i f::::;.,:,,:::::::,':,-:::z.:'::,,,,::;;;;1010 ,.:iii,:,:,: ,., :,!:-1,:i::,:-.4::,:,:::4:::,::::::::::-:,,,:::.i,:i..-:,.:::.;:,:.:: -4., .:,.:;:::::;:1:::::;:i;k;.::i1:. ::i : :::: k' .:,..:,.,1. .. :.'
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Caribbe an- Collinpitt. Club ,:. -, :, centered by' a basket ot Aranda el:- g the eveniut will be T M Nelit, ''''''.ii(...1.:.'''''"... ''':'''.:.: r,...........................................,...... .....
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this ,week in the Red Cross Beim-, t,ro- to be held In ,Celon May .22, tli of Port Aonstior won ,two awlirds 6, ::!::,,,,,.....,,:.,...,':"':::, ::' 4,i,M--...,,,A,i,fAiii:;,".ii.Nii.i!'Ake'0:0::iC.,:' ,,ati!t.,;::SitS;;;;,;.flirit... iii4NiOIgisii34,2;4:,...:' ...','J.
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Pfoil, first vice president; Mrs.' K. presort!' &IMO, 4bevi'-, ....,'.,..1 ,'"'Irurther information i.ebOut the ., .,,.1,::.:i.,.::,4:.,-..-, 23: itt the Tivoli Guest HMSO. They belong to It alboo Assembly NO. I Order of the, Rainbow gory,,:
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' ' ry .,, Oillick, acePta the official guidon of the unit from Col, Ra11311 414 C IlillEllE5, - -, t
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)ridge like that between the late' ' -,, ". ,, : r ., , , "lb.
Rai Sims and Ihe late Ely C'll- ..-- al11001,r1' ) ,e-
aertson. In today's hand The 1 ST. LUKE'S
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managed to de'rekt "The Mass- ,' 'Ail Ancen
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pit and -Ely went in it, a huddle , -, -t, ,.. ;, -, ,', clock service tomorrow.
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"What'a ,virv -problem, Proles- The ciao. will be. presented by' :
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Kier' asked Hal. 1,- Dean Peterson, who has been Or 0
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"I am trying to figure out a -,- ", ,' ,,, , , i preparing them for the past ten
Cand ofsyclivi that I cab beat:: -, weeks. In occepting the Laying ,, ',
replied bay, And t think I have, ,, .. t .
BAfilliti ' ' on of Hands, which was practic- : ,' --,,, ,, '' ,;''
MY'Proeeeded to diasard ths , ed by the Apostles of Our Lord, 1, ,,A ,, ,;- , ,,4t. ; c""
deuce,,of spades and six and three .!,,, ,, ) the coniirmeel receive the added ' 7 ,,,,,',' ,,'' ,. I 2". 7, ':
al hea,rts as Hal ran out Ine dia- ,-!. , ,-' -- gift of the Holy Spirit to live a ' 7 ', ' '',' ..,..' '
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a heart te dummy's Roo and Ely's ,,' 4 i ChurOL ,. ,' 2 ,x; 7 '," 0 ,, ,,2
king fell, Now Hal threw Ely in
with aNclub and Ely took tua tour ) IQ A 'Thoe to be confirmed are ea '';' t- 1' t AP ,,, ,; 1'' --
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the aeVen of anodes and the three , dra Joan Aiello, Geertruida Ids; I ;' I
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HaVe whole hilnd and worked ,, '''' , ,' ', -' 7 ,, der Cooper, Alice'BOU Fairchild, -', 1 MI ,,,t ,,' ..!
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';',..xo one would have blamed Mat Matmuch
much Matmuch if he tossed that piece
kIlews
of lumber in the fire after last fall.
didn't do him much good in the
'I...Series with the Yankees against
-ahorn he struck out 11 times.
had a lousy year all around,"
',be reflected, bearing in mind the
N451. average he slumped to last
season. "This year will be a lot dif dif,ferent,
,ferent, dif,ferent, though.
'e Mathews offered a fair sample
what he meant last night when
4ite Misted two home rum, one
, with the bases loaded, to lead Mil Mil:aaukee
:aaukee Mil:aaukee to a 10-7 victory over Cin Cincinnati.
cinnati. Cincinnati. The he homers boosted Mot.
:"bows1 season total to six, helped
- 'The Breves retain first place and
gave them their 31th triumph in
71'he lost 45 meetings with. their
Cincinnati "cousins."
.-Trailing. 6-2, at one point, the
-Reds Wed to within One run of
'The ',Braves only to have-Mathews
'tee off on rookie 'Jim O'Toole for
re grand-slam wallop in the
ighth. O'Toole is a left.hander,
, but Mathews didn't play favorites.
1Ie hit his first homer off right rightbander
bander rightbander Don Newcombe, the loser,
' Invthe fourth inning.
Joe1, JAY was the winner al although
though although he required relief from Don
McMahon. Joe Adcock alsck hom homtered
tered homtered for the traves while Gut Bell
:bit two for the Reds and Frank
-Thomas and Roy McMillan each
:bad one.
The second-nlace Dodgers re re,
, re, 'nettled half-game behind the
!Braves by. beating the Cardinsta,
t2-2. in 10 innings.. 'the Pirates de deJeated
Jeated deJeated the Phillies. 8-5, and the
' Giants edged the Cubs, 4-3, in
',eleven innings.
' Over in the American League.
4, the aqtounding Indians inetwised
lotbt!le uteri tn 312 games by whin whinnlitl
nlitl whinnlitl the White Sox, fnr their 1
WW1 victory in 11 starts., the 'Ath...
woks handed the Tillers their 18th
in 11 OnMeg. 10-1. and the Red
downed the Senators, 7-2. The
117'7'-nee awl Orioles were not
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11 ,ortv,e it the winning rim
fiT, I,. who sent tint
r'-wn to tt-4. Ifith loss in
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By MILTON RICHMAN
At, NEW YORIC, April 25 (UPI) Lucky thing
Eddie Mathews didn't go out and burn his bat after
-the World Series because,right now it's kindling Mil Mil'Waukee's
'Waukee's Mil'Waukee's hopes for a third straight National League

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homer in the ninth off .southpew
Johnny Podres,. who was credited
with his seiondwin..,. r
' Smokey.Burgess' two-rini double
featured a four-run. rally in tbe
ninth. that gave the.Pirates an up uphill
hill uphill victory-over the Phi flies. Vic Victims
tims Victims of Pittsburgh's rally, were re relievers
lievers relievers M Schroll and Dick Farrell.'
I-Believer Elroy Face 'picked up his
second victory. Dick StUart and
Wally Post his homers.
,
Daryl Spencer's sacrifice, fly 10
the llth scored Orlando Cepeda
with, the Tun that gave the Giants
their victory over. Cuba. The
winning pitcher was Stu Miller,
,third Giant hurler, who yielded a
bases-loaded. single to Ernie flanks
Ithat tild the same with two out.in
Ithe ninth.,
Dick Donovan of the, White -Sox
had the Indians beaten, 4-1, until
they knocked hini out and tied 'the
score with a three-run sally in the
seventh. Then in the eighth, the
Tribe broke the tie when they
scored two unearned rum! with the
bid of anerror by loser Gerry
Staley aid Sherm, Lollar's passed
bell with the bases Joaded.
Humberto Robinson; makino his
first apaparanco for the Wiens
' lints coining frem Milwaukee,
picked up1ite vittory. Ray Boons
honored.
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Kansas Citv came up with six
ruhs- in the fourth inning to drub
Detroit. Southnaw, Hoeft WP
sailing along with I 1-0 -lead until
Oen when tho A'S knocked both
him and Torn Morgan frotn the hog
with an outburst thatitichuled dou doubles
bles doubles by, Dick Williams' and rrenk
wouse and singles by Hector Loom
Roger Maris, Bob Cerv and Joe
Domaestri.
Cerv led KCft 12-hit, attack with
.tbree hits. Raloh Terry held the
, Tigers to eight bits- and atm mit
Oven for his firstwhr 4444he flOit
SOV.
Vie Weriz knocked:1n flve rims
with a homer and a double end
Jackie Anon also-contributed a
burner in Boston't -"victory over
WashinIton rke Delockwho has
- rot last to tho Bolikturs lince May
19. 1957, made it eight in a rOw
.y,er .them. Only runs scored off
him came on Jim Tenton's two-run
homer in the fourth.

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National League
G AB It H Pct.
Aar On,. Mil. 10 43 10 22 .512
Alou, S.F. 11 46 7 19 .413 ,,
Banks,-Chicago 12 46 7 17 270
Jones, Phila. 9 28 4 10 .357
Pinson, Cina. 11 45 10 16 .356
Cepeda, S.F. 13 57,11 20 '251
Demeter, L.A. 11 44 9 15 .341
Zimmer, LA. ,12 41 S 14 .341
Walls, Chicago 10 38 7 12 .333 ,(
Crandall, Mil. 9 35 5 11 .324,

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Ka line, Detroit 11
Power, Cleve. 11
Tashy, Haiti. 11
Howard, N.Y. 8
Fox, Chicago 11
Strickland, Cle. 11
Runnels. Boston 11
Kuenn, Detroit 11
Bertoia, Wash. 12
Aparicio, Chic. 11
Finigan, Haiti. 10

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APPOIN'EMENT
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44 '12 18 .409
43 11 17 .395
28 3 n .393
49 5 19 .388
39 9 15 .385
39 9 14 .359
48 4 17 .354
51 8 .17 ..333
42 5 14 .333
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NATIONAL L EAGU I
Demeter, Dodgers 16
Banks, ,Cubs 16
Cepeda, Giants 15
Mathews, Braves 12
Pinson, Reds 12
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Triandos, 'Oricdes 16
Skowron, Yankees ..... 12
Strickland, Indians 12
Held. Indians 11
Stephens, Red Sox 10
Aparicio. White Sox 10
Jensen, Red Sox 10

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Home Runs
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Demeter, Dodgers 6
Mathews, Braves 6
Cepeda, Giant 5
Alou, Giants 4
Banks, Cubs 4
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Held, Indians 5
Triandos, Orioles 4
Maris, Athletics 3
Mifioso. Indians 3
Yost, Tigers 3
Power, Indians 3
Jensen, Re dSox 3
Bertoia, Senators 5
Skowron, Yankees r 3

(Eased on 2 or more decisions)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pct.
Antonelli, Giants 3 0 1.000
Burdette, Brnves 3 0 1.000
nice, Pirates 2 0 1.000
Fowler, Dodgers 2 0 1.000
Spahn, Braves 2 0 1.000
Klippstein, Dodiers 2 0 1000
Hobble, Cubs 2 0 1.000
Semproch, Phi Hies 2 0 1.000
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Brodowski, Indians 2 0 1.000
Ford, Yankees 2 0 1.000
Bell, Indians 2 0 1000
McLish, Indians 2 0 1.000
Ferarese, Indians 2 0 1.000
Johnson, Orioles 2 0 1000
De lock; Red Sox 2 0 1.000
Larsen, Yankees 2 0 1.000

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tional National Football League owners
Friday quickly concluded ther
two-war spring Meeting, high.
lighted by the unanimous approv approval
al approval of a players benefit plan on
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With the big qiuestien of the
players' dematbd for a pension an answered,
swered, answered, the ,owners met briefly
yesterday to discuss minor ;mat
ters and then adjourned after two
hours.
Praise was loud yesterday for
Commissioner' Bert 'Bell who de devised
vised devised the pension' plan which
proved such a hit with both sides
that theowners adopted itunani itunanimoutily
moutily itunanimoutily and' the players approved
it in a matter et one minute.
The plan,'which Bell elaimed he
,fithought out at home, while I had
nothing to do," will become 61)7
featly this fall.
Without either the owners or
the players association contribut,
ing any money plaryers With five
years oremore league service att.
hr 1958 will get a monthly pen pension
sion pension at the age of 65. They also
received hospital, medical, and
life. insurance policies.

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CHESS '1OURNEY 'WINNERA three-Months-long chess tournament cattle to an end recently Robbie and
at the Fort Clayton Service Club, nailling the firstihree place Champions timcmg toprziotch plaY- '
ers of the Army, Pan Canal and the Republic of Panama. The tournament-was sponsoted bY (Night Game)
the Fort Clayton Service Club and E. O. Hanka,. a local building contractor from Panama City, Pittsburgh 202 000 004-4 12 0
who furnished two beautiful inlaid handmade-chess. tables,. and boat,ds and chessmen. At the Philadelphia 000 003 020-5 11 2
end of scheduled Play- CWO J.- F.- Reidenreich--of Engineer Rep'roduction TJBARcARIB-. 'Kline, Porterfield, Smith, Faee
Francisco Denis of Panaraa City and Homer Weeks, a Navy employe at Rodman, all finished (2-0) and Burgess, Folles.
in a dead-heat with seven and one half points- each. A playoff was decided on, Weeks default-
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left- to right, members fo the groUp are:' Denis,', Don Yeurger of Paharria and the tournament Sawatski.
director, Weeks and CWO Heidenreigh. Francis co Perez, national chess champion of the Repub- ,
lie of Panama. entered the tournament and finished in sixth' place. (U.S. Army Photo) (Night pima)

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Los'. Angeles I 4 ;:15:.667
Son rancisct 5 4,3;.4615.-,
Chicago ;' ; 7141
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Pittsburgh' at, Philadelphia,
Los Angeles at St. Lola,.
s' San trancisco at Chicago
Yesterday's Itesults
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Chicago 4,3101 000 002 00-4 74 2
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Istersehe la sUc Basketball
Teams i W L Pct.
Junior Cb liege 2 0 1.000'
Balboa High 1 1 .500
Cristobal .digh '' tr 2 .000 1
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Thursday's Results
Junior College 42 CrisLobal High
32,
- Monday's Gaine'.'cAt Balboa)
J Juni College 'vs '.13alboa High.
',4 By TREVOR SIMONS 't
1 In one of the hardest fouht
ana rotIghest battles seen bl Ida'
ny an interscholasdc season, the
Junior College basketballers kept
their 1959 record intact, defeating
Cristobal High by a 42 to 32
count. The vic,ory placed the
Green Devils a full game ahead
lot Balboa' High in the early sea season
son season race and moved the Tigers
from CHS into the cellar, two
full games of the pace.
The Tigers hid double trou troubles
bles troubles on their home court Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night in the persons el a
pair of Alexanders. The Alexan Alexander
der Alexander brothers, Gary and Don, com combined
bined combined to equal Cristobal's total
score of 32 points. Don, usually
the top point producer between
the two, had' a bad night and on--
ly accounted for 14 of his team's
total, while Gary took the lead a
from under the boards with an
18 point total for the night. k 1
CHS Junior Varsity
Wins Opener
Cristobal's Junior Varsity sal salvaged
vaged salvaged something from the night's
defeat, opening the evening's se,.
'tivities with a close 26 to 19 win
over Corlege's IV. The lo,w
scoring 'afair was close all "the
way with the Tiger Cubs main maintaining
taining maintaining a slight. lead throughout
to the finish.
The main event of the night,
The Varsity contest, saw dristo dristohal
hal dristohal vastly improved over their
poor showing against ,Balboa
when they dropped' their 43 tob 35
decision last Tuesday night. The
Tigers managed 'to keep within
striking distance, though unable
4o overtake. the ,league leaders,
throughout the contest.' College
had al 13 to '9 advantage at the
end of the first period, but that
lead was shaved to three points
at half time when Cristobal trail trailed.
ed. trailed. 20 to 17.
The College defense limited
Cristobal to only 6 points in the
third I quarter, while the Alexan Alexander's'
der's' Alexander's' continued to hit the ,booP
for a College total of 13. for ,the
period Both teams, exchanged
baskets in the final stanza 'with
Collge holding en ta their ten
point les at the end 42 to 32.
John Boseman was top, scorer
for Cristobal with 13 pornts for
his night's work.
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The box score: '
Junior Collect Irg Ps Pf TP
Alexander,' Gary 8 8 21 16
Gibso 0 1, 5 4 1
Mead 1 1 4 3
Spurlock 2 2 2 6
Alexander, Don 7, 0 "4 14
Trimble' ' 0 0 '1 0
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Totals 18 0 17, 42
Cristobal Nigh :
Humphrey ,, 1 2 4 4
Mille 2 2 1 11
McGloin 2 1' Q 5
Weigle 2 0' 0 4
Bosematk , , 5 3 2 13
TOmpkins, 0 0 e g 0
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' -bi what he meant last night when :- i Runs Batted In Hobbie an,d Averill,,' 4,:, ';4''', ,',-'
itim belated two home rum, one Daryl Spencer's sacrifice, nY in CHESS '''EOURNEY:IVINN,SRA t,bree -months-10 ng chem toninament cattle to art end', recently -,',..,,,'. ',menogiryi, Griggs; 1 to,:b li.s,:'' and:, :,.
., with the bases loaded, to lead Mil- the 11th scored Orlando Cepeda NATIONAL LEAGUE 'at the ;Fort Clayton Service ,C111b, naming the: first-three place hampions among toprnotch, plaY- :
':iaaukee to a 10,7 victory over Cin- with, the :run that gave the Giants Demeter, 'Dodgers 16 ors of the-Army,- Pan- Canal and- the Republic. of i Panama.' The tournament-was. svoneosed bY '(Nig.----""ht Ga. miil .:.'''4'''''''t :',-1:, -96- sti,,,,rtn,,,e.):f,,,, ,',i,' .,,,...':-''''-'':'';','::,7H--...':'1'.'il"'.,','''',.'::1-,:
actor from panama city. Pittsburgh .. f 202 000'004-Z 12z0""-"-;,,-, 't.,. (Night::"Gam Y ,, ,, i A
'''' einnati. their victory over. the Cubi. The Banks, ,Cubs 16 the ,Fort Clayton Service Club and' E. O. Haukei--,a .local-building -contr -. ;.oi,;; ..,,,,,,. ,.
Cepeda, Giants 15 who furnished tWo beautifut-inlaid handmade -,-,c hess.,tablea. and, :boayds and '"chessmen. At the Philadelphia 000 003 .020-5 11 2', chfcbgo, :' L. ,201.1)01'.000-4 6,71'''' ,
, winning pitcher was' Stu Miller,
-,,;,--: Th tw homers boasted Mat. third Giant hurler, who yielded' a Mathews, Braves, 12 end Of -scheduled' pia, CWO 4.- F.- Heidenreich4-01 Engineer Re,p'roductIon DitSiort, USARCARIS: ,; Kline, PortCrfield, 'Smith,
Tiankrs Pinson, Reds
.'"Isows1 season total to six, .hilind bases-loadedsingle to Ernie
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.'llia Braves retain first place and that tik the same with two out.in 12 Francisett,,Xient,,of Panama' City and Homer :Weeka, a Navy employe at Rodman;:- all finihed :(2-0) and Burgess, Follett. , , ,,Donoygn,:r.OwniAritis,,Sialey'
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'' gave them their 37th triumph in the ninth., : AMERiCAN LEAGUE ed. antomatically taking third place and ,Dente nudged CWO ,, Neldenrelch lor first place. Prom 7 Wens, Schroll (1-1), FO,,rr, ,,:e1;',If.s. ita;d:: ,C,::71!;:,-0'-ri-o-a,e1:4:.:14,.,--ir;g..:,',81.7s-ci;.::-.1-.6:tt,".;21:1;t"-41';,b1;n:1.0.;,'0i141-;',,,,.
-lhe last 45 meetings with. their Dick Donovan of the' White -Sox Triandos, Orioles 16 leftkto right, members fo -the groqp are:' Dents-Don ,Feurger.. ot Panarria and the tournament qaWa.,tski. .d: I '-',
Cincinnati "cousins." had the Indians be'aten, 4-1, until Skowron, Yankees ..... 12 director, Weeka and CWO Heidenreich. Francis co PereZ, Dational chess charnpion of the Repub- .-' 1' ., .',----. ', i, (1-(1) end, Nixon, ,BriiwpinC;e"..",, 1 ,
-. 1-, : they knocked hitt) out and tied 'the Strickland, Indians 12 lic of Panama. entered the 'tinirnarnent 9.nd finished in' sixth' place. (U.S Army Photo) -., Ahlight Game) ,, ',, ;,- -'''' - ,1,,,,,,,,,,, ,-.-,,-,4:-,,,, -"t-" ,',-, --,,- :
MilWaukee --100'0231)40-120.71:93..:.:21 45:-' el.tr'to'i:.t;,r ,,,:i!N,,,,hflop000dMoN21,,V,s,?1.-,..,,..,'8:;":,,it ,:, : . :
',-.: '.-.Trailing. 6-2; at one peint; the geori with a three-run sally in the Held. Indians 4
- 'Reds tinned to within eine run of seventh. Then in the eighth, the Stephens, Red Sox ' I - : ,, '4,:, ,, ,', ',, ' ,- '''' ,,,,' incinnati'' ',020 003 011-;-
, The ',Braves only to have-Mathews, Tribe broke the tie when they Aparicio. White Sox ro -. ,', , ,,, ., ,,,,.,-.., .- ,,,,,,-,,,,,,,., ,,, It, ,, ,, ;, ,, , '' . ', Kansas 'rit.' '1)90,610 ..30tH-10'42,',4,
'tee off on rookie ;Jim O'Toole for scored -two unearned r,unti with the Jensen, Red Sox 40 '. 0' ege 'irlS'', OILI' a 'e ,,, jay (1-0), MCMahon, ind'',-, Cran-, ,,, ,:;,,,,:,.:,t,,,,,,,J,,::. ;-',,,i',,!,,,t-0,4:e,,i;,,;
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- of i lk, w- ',.44,4;,4r,o. Junior Cbllege 2 0 1.000' '. ,. ,- .'' ' - ,"- 2
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SEEKS HOCKEY FRANCHISE,' quette's' Mike :Moran, a draft ' - ,';', '",' -"; '' ,' '-' l' '','''. "ti'3,'', ,
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GREENSBORO, N.C. (UPI);-- choice ofr' the St,, Louis Ha-wits of BY TREVOR SIMONS 't .., t ,
'',PProval of ,g memorial colistur. theNBA, ;sald,,,,Thtirsday,".helovi In one of the hacdest ,lotgilit ,,-., ,J,,', '4, A.L ,-;,-,,r4,4,e, JP
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Eastern Hockey League frattehie' TruCkers iti the Natibnal hidug- ny an interscholastic season, the ,, ,, , ,:.,,,,-,- .' 4 -..',,te e--, sf ...1i2,-..-s,; ,'
in Greensboro next season. An at-2 trial Basketball League next sea- Junior College basketballers kept '' ' ' .' ''''''' ''-- ,, 11111ii," e--4,-"---
tempt is underway to transfer,the son. their 1959 record intact, defeating ,! St OTC 1-12'W H I S KY, ,, 11 IIIA.
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Troy,' Ohio, Brunins of the Inter': T .......6. ' Cristobal High by a 42 to 32 .;;;, ...-- '', ,.,, -, nilipsiiiirrI'
national Hockey League to this SOCCER MATCH ARRANGED '''. count. The victory placed tile ' ' ' '' A 'd ',1 -- ''.'illtitt,i11:'
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. r op, -;...,----. Klippstein, Dodgers 2 0 1.000
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-., Service Center Theatres TODAY! ., Semproch, Phillies . 2 0 1.000 r ,,.., r
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'.. , ' bined to equal Cristobal's total ,--
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4., r a h ri Ark i Atilt CONDITIONEr Last Times TONIGHT! '
o' 03 lom I r; (,..4 r the top 'point producer 'between t.' ---- l ,I.:' ,.", .01s. , ',. ,-14-. ?, ,,,, ,- !,,...- ,t,,,,,,,.:, .,,,
ii It mops 2:00 4:18 8:28 8:30 Brodowski, Indians . 2 0 1.000
Ford, Yankees . 2 0 1.000 AIR CONDITIONED 4:10 6:20 8:30 the two, had a bad night and on-- : MACDONALD It' KUIR'LTD i6tlittlierileith,i,. epilent '-'
t'., ly accounted for 14 of his ,team's
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l t"911.21.112 itt31M13 i!- McLish,' Indians . 2 0 1.000
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; ''' MOST DRAMATIC MOTION PICTURE! 0 Johnson, Orioles . 2 0 1.000 r.
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Delock; Red Sox . 2 0 1.000 .N.' E
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i A.' t Larsen, Yankees . 2 0 1.000
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try ing,,,,iii 0 MIA I t 0 0 11 , -. ''. 'T 0 D'A y '; '' i)i)'''.' 10' '''''''' 1101101111011'
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ht-Ingmg o th creert tivities with a close 26 to 19 win
at' ICold eller dog!
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'0'4'". '2:1;,4:-IA, over College's JY. T, he low ', ,"., '. ,' -,., 'y ..,,,,- '-.
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'rnw 1 ' tional Football League owners .1:4,,,,',1,41.,,,,,,,,...., ,-440.e,0,4,,,,,,,,,,,,.ez,,..i.,...",,'W4,',., -i'..,0.-, ' poor showing against ,Balboa ,, . ,serli,oh sr
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Iii, ' C3it)Itel1111rtt It '. .117.t two-way spring Meeting, high. r ,.,,,. 4., ,.-0 decision last Tuesday night. The
Tigers managed 'to keep within .. the m'ob bought hey; .. ,24' ''',' ,:' ,,,'''.q ,:,, ,,, ..,,'',,'--; ''' 1 "'"
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el of a players benefit Pla l'"",''',;'$.,r1,trA .......,...,,,......,,,:,, PAte 7 striking distance, though unable body ono sow, sod made ', -000,21('" - .. 2t,' ''
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players' demagbd for a pension an- ;,4- 4 4r '''''''' '
L j Iii !) ) IC H11131r) end of the fitst period, but that t'..,.,';,,s,,,.,-.-''!;,-4,''s t sl .: s, '''
o , ',AST' TIMF,S TODAY! '.., ,, i' swered, the' owners ,met briefly , i. .' .. .. vita lead was shaved to three points -.
a tThh aelf utclametrtilotnieeeurgeow.ednhi7yentbdoi6e1Cefherpoinittsshitenotehtbseaiiii.lim:ethxritootaahellndpe.- , ,npreAse,n,,,ts,04,11),, , ,,..,, ., ,,r., ..'t,-;,,, ; ,....:,,:t.4...;,,,,';:::,..4,,,,,i1.,,,,,,,,,,;;',',,t,4:., .., t, -1', ,,,,,,,
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V.' MAPCO HT& Tien e0011or Aura 'Vrarict Alberghetti
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Praise was loud yesterday for ; s
Commissioner' Bert 'Bell win) de- i ,, 4, ,'
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.. rifled, the pension' plan which : 2 ';1' 1 -- ,sys i 1, a'
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that the ,owners adopted itunant- :'
.C,.Bileofhe ttetitami sa, 1:i cfh()arn gthee d ., . ,,, n ,
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04, ., 17:00 sot,rrOt worat" '
.4 mougy and' the players approved a , -,..A.,-- .
, it in a matter et one minute. , 1,:,(1.i1-:- ,-
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John- Boseman was top, scorer ' '.., ,-.. :, ., 1,1, i,
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,A 7n cioemeiticone k Color The plan, WWII' Bell elaimed he r,,.,,-;., 1,1.! ... '..'' ;.,,,,,,,
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'Ihe box score: ' mosso.
:,'t', PARAISO Double penctram nothing to do," will become op ,,,,..., 7...---
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to tell:C;) V :f(Solm, Y'',I$01i-tillyhitr
ney ri', starting'i weer .,., ,a,;1
- the 7 t,,t4it. instead' Of th 'Ittr 'Ittrtuck
tuck 'Ittrtuck ,.Oaks,-,';ka -gay,' spring gam.
j2,,I.ol, ot-sgals4....2. ,- 4. :
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editionli,-like the Wiod,' the
- ', Derby is- sorely in need of' ooMph
Ile way .-, it's shaping up, it
, threatens. to be about as glamor
ous as, a kitchen sink brimming
over- with" battled erockerr.
, The Whitney liweetie wotdd lirve
the zees 111. titillating tmversal tmversalitY
itY tmversalitY it:lacks, She;d be a sort of
,Silky Sullivan in a, two way
-sltretch, girdle., None of the Cant.
Ornia cods have been able to get
2. Close lo her, a manifestation, of
' speed,' rattler' than shyness, and
the's nnbeaten in sht starts, all
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Atre hope-, Sonny Soy can 'be
sold. and moreover, that Silver
Spoon win win., Then we eau buy
the last L et the, Derby clinches,
tamely that only one s filly has
ever won sit.' Another Santw Ant.
ta Derby f., winner interred an e eyet
yet eyet older ':.on in '54, when 'Deter.
, mini became the first gray, to
bounce dovm in front. 4
,, 20nny Boy's ,been trying since
,1435, but has yet to win a DerbY,1
, and because his pop, HstrY'
, Payne Nithitney. one .of tic finest
'i, sportsmen this it oUntr y ; ever
4,. knew, saddled itegre4 the only
',,, filly, ste.,,,. naturally he'd Mte to
saddle No; 2.., , i
- ,, Sentimentality), then, he'd be
s'' disposed ,;kto ,,- accommodate the
Derby,people, Du r elle ct io nt,
'though, he'd have to remember
' what happened- to Top Plight, al.1
,',..o a Thitney filly,' who was in.,
vineihis at - 2, with seven
," straight,' and winter-book favorite
7for the '22 Derby- She beat ell
,,,, the class colts; set track records
n', and twice won, under t27 'pounds'.
In the Derby,' ,with.': sex ellow','--
cute, she'd,. carry only 12t. :
A .:. Muscle ,?Aell, Regret -,'

': Top. night .rlettert,' get 0; touts touts'
' touts' t oMe. 'Colts she- bad ,left, ,up ,i,, the
';,"' track' at,3 ran twaY"from her in
,the Wood. 'In fact, -Int four!stiirts
,,' against colts, at ll;, she wasn't
, once in the money. Is there any
,, treason to believe.: Silver Spoon
,', tan' do what Top' Flight failed to
-' tKcomplish? 'Il'hui,-,t Sonny Boy
",-,findi himself on the, horns of, a
", tilemmat,, a position whiela ea ea,
, ea, anew-41.1er comfort nor Mg Mgpl.
pl. Mgpl. -:Ng.,c ,- .
, Against tile reasoning that this
. ippon to 'be a' 'Derby' 'anyone
, esti 'wilt, ,I1' 'tits' 'bialogicak fact
,,,that'ithe''timing'-'coincides with
t the mating' season, and fillies at
! 3 see morn romontically inclined
, than filliek at 2. Example'. iWnile
' Top 'Flight Couldn't beat thi colts
''' 'oak 3 she-still continued supreme
- 111102es., restricted -to the ,' per per-
- per- snanent wire,4,,seseniess ,', pylons
t And lipstick set.,, ,,, ti 't.',
' OK. But'whatiabout Regrt,t7
: The t, mating' 'season '",,,can't ,.! 'be
, some thing Col., Matt Wina or
t Dr. Kinsey invented. Right.'.,'Ille
1
'' .: answer sects te be that Re ret
' ., was distinctively .MaKulinal. ," III
strong,, tomboyish:'. ,10, Sunny km.
, Fitzsimmons' description of 'ber
In short, what 'track and field
ti, essayists call's' muscle -moll, the thet
t thet type of javelin' 'thrower; l'brou4-.
, 'jumper and sprinter, whose phy.
calcs1 outlines and mannerisms
lite so, ambiguous, one la in doubt
- whether to address them as Mrs.,
1 :31iss,, Mri or It.,, ,, ,, ., ,
' In any ease, or gender, Reza
.

A
ERABTKOWSiloyal Scorp lunged from the gate unseating'
Johnny, Choquette at riorida's Oulfstream Park as an assist assistant
ant assistant 'starter attempted to curb the mount The jocke
t motmted but the unruly horse Tan smack O9t of the money.

,I:t
was a. real 'good one. She' wet
not defeated at V Qt 3, -IS '''.. she
outditanted it eVoili Derby tteid
10.-The betting4 tiorite, she
led trom tho stfrt,..beat Pebbles
by- two lengths 'and- Sharpshooter
bi thrtiow, InCittatert Oa but
colts "arolmt.'et,- time.'

et

,
'3- Put It On Page One
The Derby was already 40
years old,' yet until Regret won.
the race had no national stand standing,
ing, standing, and for the most part, Eau Eauern
ern Eauern owners Ignored it,- entirety.
Regret. put it on -page one and
sold- it to- the public, in muta the
same way, parenthetizally,' as
Francie Ouimet's victory over
Vardon and ,Ray ntade the na nation
tion nation golf conscious,' xaur,ce
tiled) McLoughlin's booming
serves excited popular Interest' in
tennis, Jim, Thorpe' and the Car Carlisle
lisle Carlisle Indians bOnmed college toot toot,
, toot,
To get back to tie 'presint,, OUT
notion is that Sonny, Boy won't
start silver Spoon in the Derby.
Apart from other unpriimItunt
factors, she bas yet to establah
herself s' as a quality ,performer.
It may even be thia a year of
general znedioeritY; and it
Da more than the best of a bad
lot of ',salt.. .poor dears! Too
much rock ,-1nt ,yoll, we fear.- .3,

,
Lomsvalz,, (UP1)--Silver
Spoon, the unbeaten filly that wtm
the Santa Anita 1Derby, riska a
perfect -reord and gets a thence
to qualify for the Kentucky Derby
et OhmtchM Downs today in
the' $5,000 Stepping Stone purse.
7 Only on:efiiii over hoe won the
Kentucky Derby but if Silver
Spoon. lane -in a good effort
against,, ouch outstanding Derby
candidates as Easy Spuro Sword
Dancer and On-And-On she prob probably
ably probably wM try to become the second
Week later. ,

"Toroctdk, -Die Hard and Mosby
complete the in the seven sevenentrants
entrants sevenentrants eligible for the Rose Run.
Owner WhiOey, son of
Harry Payne WMtrity whose Re Regreat
great Regreat won the Kentucky Derby in
1915, and trainer Bob Wheeler will
decide Silver Spoon's future after
the race. She also is eligible for
the' Kentucky Oaks tO be run' tbe
dar,before the Kentucky Derby.
Ray', Irerk, her regular 'rider,
will handle the brilliant daughter
of Ottalion, tarrying 117 pounds in
the. seven,forlong sprint.
,Wiltie Shoemaker, With a deci decision
sion decision of his own to make shortly,
rides Sword Dancer for the Brook Brookmeade
meade Brookmeade Stable under 122 poundc
, The national riding champion must
choose between TOmy Lte,, with
whom he'' won' the Blue Grass
Stakes ;at Keeneland ,Thuraday,
and Swerd Danter for the Derby.

'
, ,"
:
ay BOB RUSSELL
National Golf Day tomes up for
the eighth time SaturdaY, Arne
From May 31' through- Jime 8,
American's golfers will ;lave the
opportunity to challenge Dow Pin Pinsterwald,
sterwald, Pinsterwald, the 1958 'PGA Cham Champion,
pion, Champion, and 'Tommy' Boltthe '1058
USGA- Open 'Champion:- '
, Golf itself,-' as weM as golf the.-
dties Jitid other. worthwhile pro projects,
jects, projects, will be the'big "Amer.,
';'National Golf Day is easily one
el 'the most important ,activities
carried:on bY our Allsociation,"
Isaid. Harold Sargent,' President 'et
The PGA of America, in' ammo ammoing
ing ammoing the, date, place, and,. format
for the event. ,
i"'Every one 'of us, In :the VGA
of America his a p era On al
stake-- in-' National- Gold Day.
It gives us an opportunity, es in individuals
dividuals individuals and as a group-to do
something' truly important for golf
and to all golfers.

'"National bolt 'Day is so' Im Important
portant Important that it must succeed.
Prom it ive have realized mure
than )666,000.00 for charity the
last seven years."
High 'point of the week : long
coast-to-coast competition will be
ah'18-hole "Round of the Cham Champion"
pion" Champion" exhibition between 'instep
ward,- the 1958 PGA Profession Professional
al Professional Golfer-of-the Year, and Bolt
Their, match, the second in hift hifttory
tory hifttory in which the winners 'of the
two major American k champion championships
ships championships have met "head to head",
be played at Happy Hollow
Country Club in Omaha, Neb.
The officers, directors and mem members
bers members of Happy Hollow Country
Club and their veteran profusion.
E. (Bill) Schuchart, will be
hosts ,to, the jIGA, Champion and
the USGAr Open ,Champion.
When the new format was used
for the first time a year ago, Lio Lionel
nel Lionel Hebert, the 1957 PGA Cham Champion,
pion, Champion, defeated Dick- Mayer, the
1957 USGA Open Champion, 71 to
78, at Southern Hills Country Club
in Tulsa, Olda.
Finsterwald and Bolt will shoot
it, out, at Happy ',Hollow Country
Club this year, with the whmer's
total becoming the "target" score
for all of ,the nation's golfers.
Golfers everywhere, both ama amateur
teur amateur and .professional, IA& ladies
an& menruot,- all ages, will con4
tribute $1.00 each to charity for
the privilege of competing against
the yinner of the "roimiLot,
PlamPlair' tt 3

,
note who "beat" the winner o
the Finsterwald'l Bolt mitch, usmg
their established handicaps or any
other authorized handicap sys systemo
temo systemo 'will receive, newly designed
National Golf Day medals fz'om
The PGA of America. '
, AU Men amateurs WM PUY
their normal handicaps2tadies 'Nth
be permitted to use their regular
handicaps plus an additional ,se ,seyen
yen ,seyen strokes.
Those withopt club bandicoot'
con play the Callaway Handicap
System.
,,,, As in previous years, all golfers
will be permitted to play as monY
rounds as they like in competition
with the wimPer of the June 6
"Round of the Chimpion".
The only requirements are that
,all rounds be played between May
31 and June 6, inclusive, and that
each contestant -pay the 21.00 or
more entry fee before teeing off
and turn in his official card after
eompleting each round.
, In the seven yegra that Nation National.
al. National. Golf Day has been a major
event on the ,PGA schedule:more
than 680,000 golfers have partl partlcipated
cipated partlcipated in it. ,,
' All proceeds from the .natiOn .natiOnwide
wide .natiOnwide competition go to caddie
schoisrship funds, veterans reha rehabilitation
bilitation rehabilitation programs for blind golf golfers
ers golfers and ',amputee golfers, the
PGA Educational Fund and other
worthwhile projects.
, Such eharities antprojects have
received $686,000.00 the last seven
years from the National Golf Emil
Ine.;the agency set up to tilisburse
Natiohal Golf Day receipts.
- In 1958; National Goli Day rea realized
lized realized 266,000.00 making it the big biggeot
geot biggeot year since 1955.,
All of the 4,300 golf professionals
who are members of The PGA of
Americo-will be asked to co-operate
100 per cent in the netion netionwide
wide netionwide golf competition. ,
, Thus, I,, golfers will be abie to
play their National Golf Dar
rounds at 'almost every counirY
club, daily fee course and public
links in the countr.
National Golf Day is truly na-t
- 'rouring professionals en the
PGA circuit will shoot their 'Na 'National
tional 'National Golf Day rounds druging the
Eastern Open Invitational tl a
Mount Pleasant Golf Club in BM BMtimore,
timore, BMtimore, Md., Juna 4-1.
' Ali other potters can nlay their
National Golf Dav rounds at an,
1 time from May 31 through June
S. Such round8 can be shot con coneun'ently
eun'ently coneun'ently with elub teurnaments
or other golf events scheduled dur during
ing during that neriod. , ,-,
, A apecial prevision v;111 permit
daddies to play National Golf Dalt
mon& for aft entry fee of 25 cents.
' By Soseeloi Permission el "The
Professitmal Golfer" magazine,
April, M9). ', : :,

PAYS SYATEY yltuT
,
toND0N, 3ordaU's
Cing Hussein Celled on British
Prime Minister Harold Macmillan
at 10 Downing St. yesterday. De Details
tails Details Of their conversation were
fiot'disclosed. Hussein is on a 10-
day private Vi Sit to Britain. fol
lowing ,his tour, of the Unted
States. ,

ST. "LOUIS, 'April
rFast-punching Bon Jordon of
J.o Angelos, boxing like one 41
the old masters, last right shook
off an early barrago of blows ity
ix-champion-, -Virgil- 'Akins :(
soundly trounci the lattor end se seitain
itain seitain his world w It oraiight
the mplonship at, KM, Auditor-,
:lunt. t.
1 A partisirt hometown 'crovid
'charted wildly when Akins had
the 'champion in trouble' anti
,tvs1ce hucklod his knoes,
isogon& round. But -the 21-yesti,
oick Jordan, gradually took com,
1 mond and Velem the lifthround
was ono-sided. ",
' Both- fightors' bled profusoly
throughout most of the rugged
battle but Akins lost much more
blood from cuts yew both ease easeths
ths easeths right chook, his mouth and
, he nostrils. At the .end,, th
,Year4ld former champ was
thoroughly beaten man.
' The oftpostponed rematch was
almost a cari.ort er..tv of the rip,
ainal meeing on Dec. 5 In Los
Angelis when ,Jordan surprisod
by giving Akins a boxing lesatt
and sound thrashing.
The UPI scorecard had Jordaw
wieming, 7149 es comparod to
referee Harnr Kessier's vote of
'704(1, lodge Fred COMM'S 704i,
And lodge. Howard Hose, 71-68,
,Ths five-point scoring system
was used.

- MeArthurs, N 3 0 1 0 01
B. Carlin, ss 2 0 0 1 0
ostres,: e 3 1 1 4 2
' Kosik, 3b toots
-,,, Huertas, lb 3- 0 '0 0
- Lane p 1 1 0 01
, 4:A. 0-1 Tb d f
, 141 a ren, e 1 2 1 l' 0
' De IA Slater, 2b 1 1 0 5 1
' ;Lobaugh, rt 3 1 1 0 0
YkS HAVE' IT Norm Sie- Totals IS 4 IS 7
bern shows you the glasses
which the New York Yankees Seers By Innings
believe will, imprOve hitt:hots:
run output--and ended the trou- .1-setten 210 010-4 If 3
ble be had in left field the-- Pan Liquid 140 01x-1 4
early gamee:of the l953Eeries '1
,,,,

YkS HAVE IT Norm sie siebern
bern siebern shows you the glasses
which the New York Yankees
believe will, imprOve his hots
run outputand ended the trou trouble
ble trouble be had in left field in the

V

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FR
ly 'OSCAR

NEW NORC (UPI)--The fates
seemed sleterniined today to play
one last truel joke on Virgil
Akins, the man they installed
with such tantalizing brevity, au
the welterweight champion of the
world.
Akins won the title lad' ;time
and his camp boasted that- he
would "hold it for 'five years"
Six months later, in his first de detense,
tense, detense, the man livho bat, fought so
long and so fruitlessly lost itto
yotmg Don, Jordan,
Now he Surprisingly- has peen
bstalled as 7 to 5 favorite to re.
gain the crown. in ,their return at
St. Louis on !friday ,night despite
the persistent. insinuation& AIMS
the boxing beat, : that ..he is
"through.",
There are banYi&ctOis igabst
Akin rebounding V) the heights.
The first of these is that,' at 31,
be is regarded as an old man of
the ring because of' .the king,
bitter road he followed to the top.
He was, like i ancient Archie
Moore and stringy, Joe Brown,
man, for whom the breaks came
late.
' Wina By ,Kaye
,
' When the opportunity finally did
arrive, Akins Mt the jackpot in
celebrated style. Re knocked out
IlrinCe Martinez in burl rounds to
IAA up the bauble abandoned or
Carmen Basilb 'when the, rugged
Q111011 farmer ate himself into the
middleweight class for crack at
Ray Robinson.
But. Martinez Rua' night was a
caricature of a determined chat,
longer. His fotte was speed and
opuldet 7n6ve Akins, a para-,

Pan 'Ade jititzen
Cekveeerial Pin, Liquid moved
'within one and a' haU Seines be beibind
ibind beibind the toop leaders hYLedifini
Jantren. to 4 irt r taril ing
iimitigs. The same' Viet' called en
acommt of rdartmess by ', umpire
'Carr 11170110n, ;:;1 -A,';''r

Sy GEORGE .11INCLAIR
,
,0!
4 Sacand Half Stand los
Teams Yi. Pat. GIs
Abernathy 4. 11,,,1 ,s ,sCerveceria
Cerveceria ,sCerveceria ..z 9 n s750 1;4
Jantzen Aliduro, .3 .272. 2;4
Glut Mariners, 3 10 281 7
Mauricio 3 11 '214 T12

t Lane, with' a one-week reit, tame
back to whip Jautzen or the see seeond
ond seeond straight time.i In his previous
start gaunt, 3antzen MI,
Ianti shoutoutJantzen '2 to' in
eigheinningi whilo Carratini took
the defeat for Jatitten.,
; Lane retired ,the first two Jant
zen bitters in order then surrend surrendered
ered surrendered successive homers to W. Ni Nickisher
ckisher Nickisher and Tochterman. The
Beermen added one, hi their half
on Ostrea's single. jahtzet took
the lead in the second on B. Ni Nickisher'a
ckisher'a Nickisher'a Wield hit- and Frazer's
ringing, triple.'14 left ,field.
The Berman took the lead trom
the Jantzen 'when one' knd Pa Padron
dron Padron drew free 'passes, De la
Mater sacrificed, and was safe
when Carratini Ahrew wide to
first. lobanigh mashed a long
homer to right field 'to stake it
3 to 11.,
, 4 , ;
Jantsen 'moved up closer in tbe
fourth on Carr's homer,to deep
left center. The Beermen scored
their final run in hn radron sin single.
gle. single. The bull went through Carr's
legs into center field, allowing Pa Padron
dron Padron to circle the' bases.
,
Jantzen went down in order
in the top of tile sixth and the
'game was called on account of
darkness., ..
!; . 4,1 ,, ".! I
1 Tochterman --was -the star of the
game with his bat as he collected
two hits in three trips,to the plate
for' the Jantzen.
The box adore:
- ANTZI

Ab11140A
Ga3 Per, 41 0 I 1
Meek, 3b 7' 0 '1' 3 1
RANteklatiorval';,,t 2 2
Tocbtertuan, 2 1 2 0 0
CarratinV p 3 al 0 0 0
Niekisher, 211 3 1 1 2 2
Tout,' lb 2 0 '41 3 1
Fraeer, rt 3 -0 1 0 0
Carr, d 2 1 1 00
Totals 24 4 7 11 1

rAN LIQUID()

--r

lyzing pimcher, virtuail put bon
away with. 'the first ptmeh al although
though although he tozied his way te the
finish.
,
"It was a 'different Matter when,
six' months. later, Akins defended
against.. the 24-year-old Jordan.
The Califondan went ' ,him,
bulled. him; tied him up and
shackled his fire power:41ms the
man billed to rule for Jive years
stePPed, doWn fit six motitfis.
isfistiss 00SL.

iThOYIllilat tidure these
wno Alia odds, that Ito bat
luutgry Sinee
thOSC, higb MOnthS of aham ahampionship
pionship ahampionship living,. They remember
that big punch and they enalyze
that in hit home town he will be
putting, forth- top effor t tee
Slit moan Min makii pushiest
of boxhtg, and ars Oninflueneed
ow way or another in' this one,
deny that the "hunger" end, more
important, the reflexes, ten be
regained. They point. too, to the
rocky, rutted read which Akins
has followed and whisper thet this
is not a dedicated warrior 4uch
as Moore or Brown.
, They say that once gain .Ter
don will outspeed him, erowt him
and' dazzle him with a flicking
Jab and lightning combos wMle
Akins holds that right hand
cocked for an opening wich never
comes, It will be interesting to
witness the truth k or fiCtion of
their analysis but you have te
a certain sympathy for the fa favored
vored favored veteran- who -actually la
shouldering the odds.

Sy GIORGI 1- NALL,-
fly Special Permission el
"The Protessitenel Goiter'
Magasinei April, 19S91

.
Pete Cooper returned to Florida
$5,500 richer as a result .of his
sweep, of the PGA.' ,1959 Caribbean
In our tourdeMents in the sante
number, of countries,- the. Lakeland
Fla., -professional liniihed first
twice, third once, and lied for
fourth once.,
His total of 81 pobits, 'given on
a basis of finishes in each tour tournament,'
nament,' tournament,' was good for the -"Pet
of Geld". of 81,400.
On the point basis; Ed 1PorkY)
Oliver received POO, Zride Voasta
$700 and Don January $500.
Me Seagram Trophy, donated
hy The House of Seagram, went
to the player with thelhost points
in the four tournaments.
A total of 19 points, plus bonus
of 5, went to the winner. Second
plate received. 18, third 17, and
so on down the. list for 20 places.
The PGA of America canuot
thank Frank -Marshall, Execunve
Vice President .of the House of
Seagram, enough, for the great
help he gave us, at each tourna tournament.,
ment., tournament.,
Frank traveled every mile with
us, and hit knowledge of the
Spanish language was ,a great as asset
set asset to us.
' Without Frank, his .many friends
and -Ms veat prestige in every
'country we visited. the Caribbean
Tour would not have been the tre tremendous
mendous tremendous success it, was.
Not only did The House of Sea Seagram
gram Seagram donate the Seagran 'Trophy,
but it financially helped each anon anonsor
sor anonsor of the four tournaments.
Seavam 'distributors did niuch
in publicizing the events, and in
fulfilling' every -wish of all the
players.
Panama Open
Fresh from his victor;ii in the
Columbia Open in Bogota; Pete
Cooper manintained his sub-par
scoring in taking, the first eveM
on the Tour,
1. Starring off with a great 89, the
lormer driving range operator fol..
lowed an by shooting 84-70-71 for
274, first place and 81,500.
' Peto's usual beautiful and grace graceful
ful graceful swing 'remained 'steady
throughout the four rounds, des despits
pits despits the pressure ,put en Min by
his closest rivals.' -4 ',,
Don Januar,- of A3envet,. tote.,
finished three etroker behbid Pete
at 277,, winning $1,100.
Defending Champion Bob Wat Watson
son Watson of Ardsley-on-the,Hudson, N.
Y., finished. in .third.,,laee with
279, good for $1,000
k Po a a

Pacific Minor
Basibll Loop

The Pacifie Minor League cum
pions, Panama Insurance team,
will play tho All Star team on
Monday thorugh Wednesday, 4211
p.m.,' April 27, N and n at tho
Little League Park ioeated en
Gaillard Highwty across fromal fromalbrook
brook fromalbrook Field.
The An Star team-made up el
players from the following teams
Blue Star Mint, Tidanque Tra Travois,
vois, Travois, Grace Line, Pan Am Jets
and Tastee-Trees.-
In case tha games are poatponad
because of rain- they will low play played
ed played on Thursday or lrriday -the
same week.
The Miner LeAlti would pre predate
date predate a good turn Amt. so all you
baseball has, PIM and .P10'
lie maks it a point te Os taste
and give the blys your support

.
Dow Finaterwa id,-1,958 : PGA
I Champion, fmished fourth- and col collected
lected collected POO. r.
Valencia ;teen

Don January jumped into the
lead with' a phenomenal 64 over
the difficult par-72 Carabobo
try Club course in Valencia, IVO
Iltr NIL
The boys had to drive 50 miles
every day to reach this newly con constructed,
structed, constructed, hill?, championship
course.
Despite these somewhat trying
conditions, all the players are to
be congratulated on their flee
play and good sportsmanship.
January closed out, the tourna tournament
ment tournament 11 strokea ahead of his near nearest
est nearest competitor end' buddy, Ernie
Vossler.
For his 273 total, 'January re received
ceived received $1,500, plus 24 points to towards
wards towards the Seagram "Pot of Gold."
Ernie, at n4, collected 31,100-
Pete Cooper, sifter winning the
previous' 'tournament, came in
with 287 and received $1,000.
:In fourth spot at 291 was John,
ny Pott, who got $800.
This tournament at Valencia was
a newcomer to thk PGA Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Tour, the other. three haviol
been played in 1958.
i Puerto Itke OPen
With the -addition-of nine, new
holes, the Remind Country Club
in San Juan, Puerto Rico,.proved
to be a real, test of accuracy
And this e Pete Cooper
fine. t
Pete added $1,000 to his already
bulging pocketbook by winning the
Puerto Rico Open by five strokes.
shooting 'steady rounds of 70-71-69-
72-282.
The ,money won by invitees In
these tournaments -was all. gravy,
too, as the House of Seagram paid
aU expenses for the 25 profession professionals
als professionals who competed.
By the time Ed Oliver got to
this tournament, he was beginning
to get serious.
That meant only one thingtrou thingtrouble
ble thingtrouble for the rest of the players.
'"01' Po'k Chops," after a lied
first-rotmd 76, elosed- vilth 72-69-
70 for a 287 total, second plaee
and $900.

FULL OR PARTTIME PEOPLE
,
WITH,. OR WITHpUT LICENSE
WITH OR AilT0T EiPERIENCE
,
,
MEN 9R WOMEN
AMiRICAN' TYPt ENGL'ISH ONLY

,
Texan Joe Conrad finished.third
at 289 for $800.
Tied for fourth at 290 were Bob
Watson and Bob Toski. Each re-
ceived 2650.
Toski, who won the 1958 Sea Seagram
gram Seagram Trophy, was defending
champion in this event.
Jamaica Open ,-',
Ed Oliver was ready when Int
got to Kingston.,
Leading off with a 13$ sittthe
Caymans' Golf and Country Cub.
Porky finished 7040-68 for V.277
'total and first prise money belle
He also received 24 pdnts
ward the Seagram Trophy,' qwnitb
enabled him to finish second be.
hind Pete Cooper, Ind win 24 itet itetditional
ditional itetditional $900. It wasn't until tho
last five holes that Oliver felt Ike
he' could relax. ,
Going into the finale, Bob Wat Watson
son Watson wax tied with Ed for the lead;
On the 12th, Watson turned ever
on his second shot, bookinS It int
dense woods.
Bob took a fateful 7, while ,Coli ,Coliver
ver ,Coliver had a 4.
Cooper, who had made his Move
by shooting a three-under-par 23
on the first nine of the final round,
lost Ms tee shot on the ;11.12 aud
took a 6.
Watson finished second .,'Iritit
281, receiving ,
In third place was Ernie Vossler,
with 285, geod for ROO. Vossler
also placed third in Seagram
Trophy point standings, giving Mm
an maxi
Pete Cooper and Johnny rott
tied for fourth at 287. Each eol eollected
lected eollected 2650.
Defending Champion Bob Toski
scored 74-7142-72,-289 and finish finished
ed finished in a sbrth-plact tie with Carroll
Armstrong of 'Scarsdale, N.Y.,
'each winning 5875.

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NOTICE OF STOCK' IIOLDERSt' A
MEETING
Sy order of the Board of Directors tho
stockholders of NATIONAL DISTILL.
ERS, S. A., are hereby notified that
the artritilli stocisholders meeting will
be held at the Main offices of the Com-.
pally, located in Avenida Bolivar, Pana Panama
ma Panama City, R.P., on the seventh day.of
May 1959,, at 4:30 p,.m., for the fol.',
lowing purposes:
, (a) To read the minutes of the prev1-4
, ous meeting;
(b) To sleet or reelect Directors;
(e) To examine and opprove the. bat batonce,
once, batonce, profit, and toss ,statenisiit
and the report subMitted to
by the Board of Directors;
' (d) To consider and act upon all te::
matters that the Board of :
tors or each Director Individuattyrt
er any stockholders submits !lel
them
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Panama, April 23, 1959.
, THE SECRETARY4 rp:!

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1 -.: .. '' : '''. '14'' 4 '' ........':!..:7' :'..:.:... ... idle eighth time. SaturdaY, Arne 0- ---;, t :-... ,- ,' t t.,,,: t, Glut. Mariners, '',''' 3 10 -281 7 oryhi pv464'4041 Goiter' , Watson and Bob Toski- Each re- -, ,-,
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off an early barrage ef blew' lly bind the loop, leader .bY. edging i In our tourriaMents in the sante Th. bo h dri u Ed Oliver was ready when .1144 :',.
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soundly trounce the letter end se- ilmitigs. The. game' Was-called, On Fla., ;professional ,finished first atru,t,A 7 buiv h,,,,,i,,mo Leading off with a 68 it-the ,, ,,,,,-
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i A nartiseit hometown CreWd t Line, Witli'a Ol1.04iiiieSti:tilite IL basis of finishes in each tour- be oonirliiiiited on their. are 000. - -' -''''' .- ','
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t itlennotmct ,cheareci wild! wh Akins had back to 'whip Jautzen Jor the see- niiment,' was good for the -"Pot io a- ood Ions hi He also received 24 'Pdnit 'to- ',
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I I old Jordan, gradually took -coin
,it was one-sided.
I Both:- fighters', bled se
th ghout most of the rugged
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Dv' Leane retired ,the first two :Ant- to the player with the oat points
W NI- in the four touniaments
ered successive homers to A total of 19 points, plus- a bonus
Zen hitters in order then surreed-
ckisber
- I "National bolt 'Day is so, lm- blood from cuts evor both eves
' -. portant that it 'must succeed. the right cheek, 3,h, the defeat for Jalitten-', ,,, Me Seagram Trophy, donated
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rmen a 5, went to the wimiet. Second
For his 273 total, Jinuary re- lad five he
wards the Seagyam "Pot of Go
Ernie, at n4, collected $1,100.
Pete Cooper, sifter winning the
dded one, hi their 'half place received. 18, third 17, and with 287 and i d' $1 000
and TocMrinan. The ot hit could relax .
lea that Oliver felt like
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ceived $1,500, plus 24 points to- ,, ,, ;-
son wax tied with Ed for the lead; ,
On the 12th, Watson turned ever ...
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previous' 'tournament came in ea s set 1 e ee
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on Ostrea's single. jahtzett took so on down the list for'20 places. In :our spot at 291 was John, dense woods.
Bob took a fateful 7, while Ali- ,-
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his 'mouth andh'
the lesid in the second on B. Ni- The PGA of America canuot ny Pott, who got $800. ver had a 4.
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' ho had made his move
ti I ,1.i.. -....- ,, - than $666,000.00' for charity the ., year-old former champ was a cldsher's. infield Mt and Frazer's thank Frank 'Marshall, Executive This tournament at Valencia was Cee,Pert w
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' ..... High 'point of the 'week : long The oft-postponed rematch was
on the first nine of the final round, :
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, ; Seagram, enough, for the great bean, Tour, ths ether three having
the ork,
, ....,,,,, :,..::. coast-to-coast competition will .be ', almost a coloft eP,to Of The Berman took the load from help he gave us at each tourns- bean played in 1958; lost Ms tee shot on the ptii ang
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, , ,. 4. Ai-ill-hole "Round of the Chant- ainal meeIna on Dec. 5 In Les jenteen when lank km p,.
s ment.. -. I Puerto Rico Open took at 6.. -,, -,.
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:Angelis when Jordan 113 P dron drew free passes, Da, 11 Frank traveled every mile with With lb, addition.,of. nine, new Watson finis ,,
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211 1.4..a211 receiving $900. -', ,, ,-.
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: :- al Golfer-of-die ., Year and Solt and sound thrashing. , ..,.....''' when Carratini,4,threw wide ta Spanish lanrge was ,a great as- ht gen jusn, puerto Rico, proved 4" ""i'-' place was Ernie Vossler,
- I ' Their match, the second in his- ..
: 'no .1-1P1 se6rscird nal' '.""1".' first. Lobaugh mashed a long set to us a 6- k. with 285,, gsbd for ROO. Voaster
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. - ' ' th e red to ak it hi l'u v" a rell teat ef 'accurst, also placed third- in Seagram
- tory in which the winners of e winning 11.5 IS comps .,, ,. homer -to right field 'to ni e Without Frank, a many friends
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And this imited Pete Cooper
, two major American k champion- referee Harry Kessler's veto' of 3 to 3. ,,, , , 4. and 'Ms great prestige in every Bne.t ", k : Via& MIR
TrOphy point standings, gi i,
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, ; - ships have met "head to head", 1048, ludo Fred CoMloll'a nit, .,a-,,
extr $700-
, ',, i: ,V, S eotintr7 we visited,. the Caribbaan pets added $1,000 to his already au a .4.
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' will be played at Happy, Hollow .snd ludo Howard Hest,t, 7148! 4, Janteee 'moved' up closer in the Tour would not have been the tre- bulging pocketbook by winning the Pete Cm- r
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en by five strokes, i ted $850. 4.
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:- -- ,vefending -champion Bob Twirl
. atohilrinnvy1,1;;Yhoqw-uette-jsit-lc-loacraira at-W. E. (Bill) Schuchart ill b Po The money won by invitees in scored 74414242-289 and finish- :
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ant 'starter attempted to curb the mount The jocke re- . .. w e ,
II' these tourna'ments -was' all. gravy ed in a sbrthplace tie with Carroll
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rnetmted but the unrulr horst ran smack but of the money. ., P
t , . , - ---,-, tne uSuArOpen Champion. ', ., le the'
dron to CirC, .. bases. Seagram 'distributors did much too, as ,th ,
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each winning $475. ,
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. , .. nel Hebert, the 1957 PGA Cham - By the time Ed Oliver got to I
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FOR SALE
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''-- 'JOE' SS ILLIms in Tuln, Okla. ..- ,' j ame with his bat as he collected
t scoring In taking the fir t I
wo hits in three trip ooper man n a e s sub-par ble for the rest of the nlayers.
ette the Nate Oil the T s even 4101' Pok Chops, ter a lied i
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I total becoming the 'Ilarget'' score former driving range operator fol. and $900. '
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, 7 Tlia'ADiirb people are, ;trying was a. real SUOQ 0e6 UV 7' Golfers everywh bo
ere, th ama - JANTZEN 274, first place and $1,500. Vr
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to son,:C;),V:f (Sonny'jlpilliVait- not, defeated at 2) 6r 3,-.100 ''': she tor
ur and professional, bbth-ladi Pete's usual beautiful and grace. 1
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4 '.ato k fu a "ages, winoon, Ab st m g, A tul WWI remained 'steady ', tIATIONAL DISTILLERS, Sa AO
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; tuth -,,boko-.1-1--say spring ,gam led from the start,,,beat Pebbles the privile of
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tot. oiyalia;-: ,- 4 .' by- two longtbs -'and- 'Sharpshooter th wino of th dr- 1,
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Am Alibato,datitiera.,, mirkii : by Ihrei.i aud,,,tbey4Were tpe, best plompiony- ,,,,, 1 ,,, --,- ., --.."":''''. s, it- Don ;smart- of Ilinvet,.' Cote.; : z
z- Veil editiontli Aike the Vtiod,' the Colts aroundet-tm time.' ', , ,, ' ' Tothterman, If, 3 1 '3 a 0 thilihed throe atroh
er behind Pate A NOTICE OF ', STOCKHOLDERS'' A 's '
note wh
-: Derby is-sorely bt need of. oolsPa , .. .. . .. o 'beat the wiwier of
, Carratini ' 3 al 0 0 0
, P at 277, winning 31,100. .
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,The way-,, It's shaping ups it .., .. , 4 : ' '' the Finstersvaldl. Bolt mitch, tismg ',;,,f,-. W.' Niekisber, 2b 3 1,1 i a Defending Champion Bob Wit-
, threetenr to be about as- glamor. r .- Put It On Page One :, their established handicaps or any "-' To b '8 1
, ut 1 2 3 3 son of Ardsleyon-the,Hudson, N. By order of the Board of Directors 616
ous as: a, kitchen sink brimming ,- - other authorized handicap toys. 3. Fracer, rt 1 -0 1 0 0 Y., finished in third ,Plae 1710 stockholders of NATIONAL DISTILL.
vet' with" bathed e'rockerr.,--.-.., : The Derby was 'already. : 40 tem,'-will -receive, newly designed Carr, d 2 1 1 ee 279, good for 31 000.
. rho whitneraweetio would give years old,' yet .until Regret won, National Golf Day medals fz'om Totals 24 4 7 IS 1 I C EIRS, t3..'A.., are hereby notified that
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the Zee the titillating Unversal- the race- had no national stand. The PGA of America, : , ,- '
a 4,
' ;'; the 1111,11t111 stockholders' meeting will
. $. 26AN LIQUID
JO it, lacks. She,:d be a sort of ing, and for .the most part, Eau,. ,All MOO amateurs' Arill play , -, '''' Pacific Minor
be held at the ill01111 offices of the Com-
, ,silky sollivott, in ', it,' two way ern owners 'ignored ft. entirely. their normal handicaps:Ladies will ,
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-,streteh, girdle., NOM of the Cant. Regret. put it on-page one and be permitted to use their regular ' ''' '''''''''' MeArthurs, 2 3 0 1 0 0 , ,
r pony, located In Avenida Bolivar, Pant- ',
. B. Carlin, ss 3 0 0 1 0 I, ,A .
eras tale- have been able to get sold- it to' the public, in mute the handizape' plus an additional se. 4. -,' ,,,',:. 4 '::- ,.?
' dosirte her, a manifestation of lama waY't Patenthatitall7,' as yen strokes. ' :
) ;;,',ed,'- rather' than shriess,'.
I end Francis oulmet's victory over Those withopt club handicapa ,- ..-'!-.-; .- .,, ..-i, Ostrea,-, e
-', ,',x.-t-,i ...,--:-'.- ,''' I'-' Kosik, 3b 1 0 41 1 ma Clt R P on the seventh- da of
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,,: May 1959, at .4:30 p,. tin for the fol. ''',, ;
ehe's unbeaten, in six starts, aa Vardon and-Ray undo the na, can play,,the-Callaway Handicap '..:. ,.;, -,.. ,,-' Huertas, lb 3- 0 '0 6 0 ,
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, told , ,,,.. ,.-.. ,- . -.. tion golf,' conscious,' x a u r e e System; ',' -,--;:'- ,' A.' Lane,' p 1 1 0 01 1,- ..--....- lowing purposes:
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- ,'-' -.- (Red :,' Mc u lin's -' boon A
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Ns -hope-- Sonny Boy can 'be ) Lo gh ing s in previous year. s, all golfers w ''' ;" ' 4 -k f".1 Padren cf
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- ',., s, Ii:. 1 3 1 1' 0 The Pacdie Minor League Cham y .-
44 .1' (a) To read the minutes of the previ- $
, serves excited popular interest' in will be e mi - De La Mater, 2b 1 1 0 5 1 pions, Panama Insurance team, , 4
, soldi and moreover,, that -, Silver . , p r tted to play as Manly .,. ,, ,L0
. spoon wilt win. Then we son buy ZOOM, Jim, Thorpe and the Car rounds as they like in competition baugh, rt 3 1 1 6 0 will play the All Star team on ; ous meeting;
the 'lastl, et the.. Derby clinches, lisle Indians bo-omed ,eallege toot- with the winner of the June 6 tYiS HAVE IT -- Norm sie- Totals IS 4, 4 IS 7 Monday thorugh Wednesday, 410 1.
(b) To Sleet Or reelect Directors;
br ttat only' one -,fill17 has
tame ball,,,..,;:.-. - ,.: ,,. ,- "Round of the Chimpion". bern shows you the glasses
, p.m.,' April 27, N and n at the ; ',,
which the New York Yankees Seers By Innings Little League Park loeated en (e) To ekamine -and approve the- bal- :
' ever won it.- Another Santa',Ani, ' ,- :- -- - The only requirements are that
. To et back to the' resitit our all r believe will, impreve his. hots , ., Gaillard Highwty across fromal- '.
ta -Derby -",winner, interred an, e- II p ,, ounds be played between May tics profit and Ines statemintl 1,
yet older:fon' ift,'34,, when 'Deter. neWn,ta that ,Sonny, Boy- won't 31 and June 6, inclusive, and that run output--and ended the trot, .Tantzen 210 Olo-4 7 3 brook Field.
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:Mini be me the first A,a,A., to start Silver Spoon in the Derby. each contestant pay the SLOO or'
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r unpromising more entry fee before teeing off hie be had in left field id the' ,Pan Liquid 140 01x-1 4 I The All Star team- made up of
early gazne.s. of, the 1958 ,Series - players 'from the following teams and the report iubmitted i thin thin,'
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bounce. dovm la front. t 4
by the Board of Directors: o 0.,
,,,,0 factors she has yet to establoth and turn in his official card after ", ;. ,,, -, - "4:-:
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,, Sonny B0711Nbeee trYult ----- herself li
435 but' has yet to,win a Derby, -,,, as al,:ua ty ,performer. oompleting each round. ,: , L, 2 ..., , , ., vela, Grace Line, Pan Am Jets (d) To consider and act upon all the::
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,1- may even this ria a year,of In the seven years that ,Nation- ---, ,, ''' -1 ' and TasteePrees.- - 0,,
matters that the Board of Dirt.
' d because his ,P0P,-' H A I 7 5'''
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general mediocrity and be -, is al Golf Day has been a -major ty, el g 0 .,r
OP ' d
alp 1 In ease the gimes are postponed ,
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::. Payne Whitney,4 one of thefinest no mo th sh iii
,- rumen this ,'"ii 001tfr; ever ., ,, re an e st of a bad event 00 tbe pGa schedule:more in beeatise of rain they will 041, play, tort or eack Direetor Individually.,
1,spo
' k Saddled Regret,- the only let 01,,,tals,..poor, dears! Too than 680,000 golfers have par: 0 ,'
,',-, , ,it '4':,., '' -,- .. , 4 tiiw ed on Thursday or Friday II -the -' 4611
' er any stockholders submits 36.64
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4 filly etc naturally he'd like- to mink rock '-'n' ,yoll, we feare,,i -. cipated in it. : ,' ;101 ,,,s I : '.', same week. . , aa 0"
- 4 a bi; 2 - ,- - ,,,' . Ail proceeds from the nation, ,
' ,ditt, 4.--,,, The Miner LUPO would spre- them 0.
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:. sentirnentally,2 then, -- he'd be a ,. .- ., , , competition go to ',- caddie .,,,,, elate a 'toed turn ',mit, so all you Ap
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,.,-,.. scholarship funds,, veterans reha, ; ,,s4LI'
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,,, bilitation programs for, blind golf- lie make it a point te be Ultra 1 ECRETARY f'' l'"'
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riSitlti Will permit Moore and stringy Joe BTOWno l deny that the "hunger" Ind, more .,
gational GeV Day man for whom the breaks came important, the reflexes, can be i ': : : '
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ry fee of 25 cents, late, ,,.. ",,, ,- ,, ., ; ', regained. They point, too. to the , , ,
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PAYS STATIIY VISIT :'. celebrated style., Ile 'knocked out dan will outspeed him, erowt bim ;', ," ', ."1 ' r-, ':' ..,,,., -, ' ', '',,,, ',,,,..'S.TZ,' ', ,,,,.,:t ,,';.i t ',..: ''
,' ',.. ,-.. '' .' '''' -. 'n ' 1:' Yinee Martinez' in four, rounds to sod dazzle him, with, a flicking ,.. ., , , -, -,.. -., ,-, A: ,, ., ,i ... .,', ,, , ... 1
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Prime Minister Harold HileMillan Onion farmer ate himself into the cocked for an opening kb Sever '' -''' 1-1 -' 1 III H t-1 '',:,.,11"trit ri it to;::, ,.,.,.. ,.!. :

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meade Stable under 122 poundz. ;11110 Downing St. yesterday. De- middleweight class for crack at comes. It will -be interesting, to
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The national riding champion mipit a a Of their conversation were Ray Robinson. ,, , -, witness the truth k or fidtioo Of , ,, , ,
choose betWeen TOmy 1A0,, w4th not disclosed. Mussein is on a 10- But. Martinez ,That night was a their analysis but you have te lei ''' ': -.' '' ' ' ' ' 's ,
whom be'' won' the Blue Grass day private visit to Britain. fol caricature of a determined chid!, a certain sympathy for the fa- .,' ''' '' "'.. ,', ", , ,. ""fs,, ,. ' ' ,.. ,,

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Phone Panama 2.474(1 ter
information about Clas Classifieds.
sifieds. Classifieds. Charge your ad it
102 have a commercial
contract.
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Resorts
Fostet cottages. between Santa
Clara and Rio Hata. New iow
Wm. ;Phase Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Ossairslite Cottages
Sante Clare It. de P. Plreoe Pe Pesetas
setas Pesetas 11-1117 Cristobal 1-1671..
Houses
FOR RENT: Furnished Pent Penthouse
house Penthouse 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
employer room, air conditions:1.
Ave. hate Arosemena 31-44.
FOR RENT: Fomished 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom Chalet, very good loca location.
tion. location. Long terms, het water,
washing machine, 2 ear garage.
Maid and store rooms $175.00.
No. 3-41 43 Street Sella Vista.
Call phones 3-4720 or 3-4927.
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet.
minimum eentract one year;
throe bedrooms, one air-condbtionod.
Two bathrooms, hot
wits!, automatic washing ma machinb,
chinb, machinb, El Cangrejo. Phone
3-6070.
s
FOR RENT: Funtished two
bedrooms house.,, near Panama
Hotel, living room, dining room,
service room, garage, bitch's.
Via Espa lia beside Radio Mira Miramar,
mar, Miramar, white house. Tel. 2-1155.
Office hours.
IMOO'..
FOR RENT: Completely
furnished ranch style 3 bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, 2 air conditioned large
yard 94th St. Franciaco; avail available
able available for three months as of
June 1. Phone 3-3335.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Professional or
commercial office en gmund floor
Edificio corner Aye. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa and Federico Boyd, 82 square
meters, $12500. Call Panama
3-7038.
WANTED
WANTED: Mum" Parfet.
Phone Navy 3738.
WANTED: Export States-side
beauty operator, full or pert
time. Geo 11's Beauty Shop, Cm.
soli Clubhouso. Phone Navy
3812.
Richmond Shuts Out
Montreal 1-0 In 11:
; NEW YOR1C, April 25(11PI)
Pick pitching has the' Richmonir
Vees in position for a quick rise to
the top cif the Inter national
League.
, Bill Short moved the Vees to
ivithin a ganie of league-leading
Rochester last night with a six-hit,
', 1-0, win over Montreal. It was the
third straight win for Richmond.
Tony Gonzalez' double in the
htird inning handed Havana, the
tally it needed to beat Rochester,
1-0. Vicente Amor picked up his
second straight triumph;
Hal Woodeshick survived a ninth
inning. rally by the second place
Columbus Jetuthat gave Toronto a
6-5 verdict atid the sotithpaw his
third win in a row.
Miami '' slammed three BUffalo
hurlers for 10 hits to chalk up a 5-1
1, triumph An8 tie Columbus for the
runner-up slOt in the standings. The
two ,teams, are a half game be-,
bind the Red Wings. Harry B3rrd
7!, went all the Way for the Marlins to
r-rett a 3-0:tecord.
' MR SALE
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INTERNAL. DE rUBLICACIONEANc 8 lattAr7 Plaza CASA LALD0tentratAve. 43 WuRDES PHARMACY--181 La Carresquilla PARHAM LOW
B ARDONo. "B" Sim MORRISON-4th of Ally Ave. A a St. LEWIS SEAVICEAva. Tivoli No. 4 PARHAM ISTADOS UN 146 Central Ave.
PARHAM LUZ-164 Conand Ave HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGEI. dm. do la thma Arc No. 41 FOTO BOMY--.1noto Azooentena Ave. nod 311 St. SA&
MAC1A VAN DES alS-641I Street No. St SARKACIA- SATURROParque Weer Street 1PARMACIA oftAS"-Arts Perm tit NOVEDADES ATHA-.
Seeds Bella Viet" Maitre and Branch tit Ifinintaz Aunt. Marled on Via Ramis COLON AMCZ: 15th and Amide, 011101111111 Wet 141221 TaL 4112.

Apartments
Riviera Apts. Bo &vista. Largo
and somfostabla tws itad000m 1
Apts.. two badman, makra
team and pampa., Irnintisbad or
unfurnished. CaN Panama l
4696.
48th St. Bo ilavista, two baboons
Apts. One furnished and ono un unfurnished.
furnished. unfurnished. Call Panama 2-4696.
FOR RENT: -- 4 rooms apart apartmolt
molt apartmolt in Calla Ia. Carrasquilla
54, upstairs, near Via Perms.
FOR RENT: Beautifuuly fur furAired
Aired furAired 3 bedroom apartment
Madurite Building, Caning..
May 15th te September 15th.
Tel. 3-1891 3:00 a.m. to 7:00
P.m
FOR RENT: Campo Alegre
modern furnished one bosiroom
apartmont. hot water, balcony.
Also room with private bath.
television, moats if limbos'. Call
3-1789.
FOR RENT: Ono bedroom
apartment living room, dining
room, kiitchen, garage, hot
water. Phone 3-3716. "FP'
Stmet No. 20, Caner 1o. En Enquint
quint Enquint apartment 4.
FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartment, living troom, dining
room. kitchen, garage, hot
Pharos 3-1716. '''F" Streit No.
20, Canine la, Enquire apart apartment
ment apartment 4.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartmoot.
moot. apartmoot. Via Porras 99. To laphono
1-2098.
FOR RENTs Modern 2 bed-.
room apartment, largo dining
and leaving room, maid's room.
Campo Aker. Phan' 3-0702.
FOR RENT: Furnished or mt..
furnished modern apartment,
nice neighborhood, 48th St.
No. 35. Tel. 3-3445.
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SERVICES
TELEVISION SERVICE
TV, Radios. 111-91 Transits'',
roscialist. Ws portico an makes
and models. Ws don't oratond to
guaranies ow work. We IMP'
antes Its,
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, Tivoli
Ave. IS-20. Tot. 2-1905.
dulolimPNPOINOEM
TV SERVICES
POP 64W. HOMO Service. Always
Wit
US2 mtvistem 4,
Phosit J-7607 PIMOntie Sevin
from 3:00 a.m. to lotgo 0.0.
CAMERA REPAIRS 4 a
makes, all work guaranteed.
NATERS 8057, Trb St. rho
, 103, Cobra. ,,
'MiVr thrOme need en expo
dressmaker. Call Commie 3293.
Three Lille Rock
Schools Drop Out
Of Accrediled List
CHICAGO (17131)' Three Little
Rock, Ark., high schools, clobed
since last fall to preserve their
all-white enrollment, dropped out
of the accredited list yesterday.
The Convention of North Cen Central
tral Central Association of Colleges and
Secondary Schools (NCA) voted
to allow Little Rock's Central,
Hall and Horace Mann high
schools to withdraw from mem membership.
bership. membership.
The NCA is the accrediting
agency for 3,500 high schools and
401 colleges and universities m a
19-state area, including Arkansas.
Withdrawal of the three Little
loztlt schools meant its students
-nay have a harder time than
normal getting into college. Most
universities and colleges require
students from non accredited
schools to take entrance exami examinations.
nations. examinations. The request to withdraw the
Little Rock schools was made by

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Fight Results
NEW' YORK (CP1)--lose Tor Torres,':
res,': Torres,': 16411 Puerto, Rico,' itoPped
Joe,. Skase, 163, Nese York (
LOS ANGELES (VP1)Hilari0
Morales, 136, Mexico City, out,.
pointed Teddy (Red Top) Davis,
pointeo Tway (Kea Top) VMS,
Ut, San Jose. Calif. (10).

.9011 SALL: -,0, 1955 'Studs.,
Apaker atampiron.'"erfeet see.
' &ion. Call Dr. Gerrard, llama.
FOR' 1951 Peri
Wagon; Cyl. oneellent coo.,
ditties, leaving for Stem.. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1153.

FOR '49 Chryslos,
good trinsportatles, safely hoop
ethol 9150.00. Call 2-4197 fir
Howse 162-,A Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1330 Oldsmobile
4-door Wan, Hydromatic
Good Tiros, Please phone Bei Beiboa
boa Beiboa 1301.
FOR SALE: Ono Opel Rekord. t
4 Venetian blinds 52" fits cot- n
tags., One foot postal twin
springs & mattress. Ono vanity.
Ono whits sowing machine with
:attachments. Desk style model &
bench. Ono record Mayor, Niro
speeds. House 172-B Gamboa
Phone 6-239.
FOR SAL1: 1--- '57 M.G.A.
Sport Coupe, green, 17.600
militia Phone 84-6207.
FOR SALE: Ford 1959 VS
4-door $2300. Call 2-1629.
FOR SALE: a- 1953 Orr.
Tudor Sedan. now motor emir,.
haul, 13,000 miles. ommNent
respectable second car $65000.
All romaining furniture and pow-.
or tools at slashed firkin:. 7019
Bolivar Highway Mt. Hops. Tel.
3-2470.
FOR SALlt w 1957 Ford
Country Sedan Station Wage
6 passengers, 6 cylinders, Fordo.
matic with radio. 2-3271.
FOR SALE: Wartims Willy,
him duty paid, ovorything
works. Burnham. Los Rios 2..
1654.
FOR SALE: Sinner Spot
roadstor, pordoct condition.
Poona 3-2023. From 5:00 to
9:00 p.m. and Saturday mono monoJog.
Jog. monoJog. FOR SALE:-15054 Ford' Ranch
wailon WW, radio, $700.00.
Phone Coco Solo 767.
9011 SALE: Sy sealed bid,
Willy' Jeep station wagon, 1953,
4 wheel drive, low singe. 1141P
can be inspected end bid forms
obtained at U.S. Embassy, Bal.,
boa Ave. and IS Street between
4.9 11,m,k and siesk, rtnonday
through Wedneiday'APL
29.
FOR SALit -.001951 121 months
old) 2-dom Yard Station Wagon.
Del Rio model, white and blue
stylatoito, Thunder Thunderbird
bird Thunderbird engine. stanclird sear shift,
radio, 2 froMr.view mirrors, 4
new tires. licellent condition.
$175.00., See until 5 p.m. Sun Sunday
day Sunday and 10-12 en week day.
House 2352-A, Owen Strut
Balboa (Flats).
FOR SALE: 1956 9-passatinw
Ford Station Wagon, 'ohm
$1350. Phone Balboa 4488.
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Per,sonals
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CZ.
PHONE BALBOA 1709
Ed McCuistion, assistant Arkan Arkansas
sas Arkansas education commissioner for
instruction and Arkansas NCA
chairman.
Arkansas Gov. Orval Iraubus
has kept the three Little Reek
high schools closed since Sept.
12, following the U. S. Supreme
Court's order of racial integra integration
tion integration at Central High School.,
Faubus attempted to reopen the
schools as private, unsegregated
institutions, but the Supreme
'Court ruled this move tmconsti tmconstitutiontl
tutiontl tmconstitutiontl os'' Sept.,. 30.t
Teachers Wanted;
Previous Training
Not Necessary
Thi.'Pinittinutian-North Ameri American
can American Association needs teachers of
English for its classes which are
due to start early May at the
new center ;on Avenida Peru 56.
Applicants do not have to be qua qualified
lified qualified teachers of English, since
courses are so planned that pre previous
vious previous training as a teacher is not
a must s
The Association is starting
these classes with the idea of
bettering relations between Pana Panamanians
manians Panamanians end North Americans.
Spanish kssons will also be
given. Teachers will be paid
'6150 per hour of class instruc instruction.
tion. instruction. Classes will be held from
nine. to' ,eleven in the mormng
and three in, the afternoon to
eight at 4light.
MP:MO Interested in teaching
English during these hours, is
asked to call J. Lonteen at 3-'7063
!men to c
Panama.

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FOR SALE Clothes', fl;yet,
111to ow, Do linto ine4s1,110
1,120 volts. 86-4111 Al.,
brook. '
.,POR SALL' Kitchen fables
333.00; Metal 1 r a e s
$15.00;.1 Punk bods $44.00 ,,
mahogany wartirobo $2540; too-,
dolt wrought iron b air s
$1900; double bads wspring
$125.00; kerosene s t v es
$19.00; small tabks 3530
Hollywood beds winow mattross
$49.00; site tables S12.50;
mattress $6.50; mw folding beds
$27.00; pillows $1.25; also
lovely living 6' dining nom sots
Aroma dinette sett in beautiful
, colors, Innerspring mattrosses.
EASY PAYMENTS WE RE RECONDIT
CONDIT RECONDIT ION MATTRESSES
Household Exchange, National
Ave. Tels.'11-4911 er 3-7341,
FOR SALE: Leaving Isthmus,
furniture anil apptioneet of
three bedroom apartment. 11
, gain priaes. Organ Hy. Telephone
3-7990,
FOR SALE: Licerera, $60.00.
Refrigerator, $75.00. Table,
four chairs, $40.00. Wrist latit
Street, No. 11-24, topotairs Itith
22.
FOR SALE: H1.F1 Wainer
"Ravinia". nom:A-193 Main.
boa).
FOR SALE: Single bed steads
$1.00 sot. Metal dresser high
boy, $5.00 .4acht. Metal ohalre
loather set or wood, $1.00 each,
111.C.A. ,radlo record player at.
tachment, '$5.00. 'Mr couch'
pillows largo, WOO. Mons lw
559 House 225.1
Ted Williams
Gets Workout
At Fenway Park
ONONOIMMOIO
BOSTON (UPI)Ted Williams
stepped emt en the Irenway l'ark
turf yesterday for the first time
this year and gingerly resumed
the training that was interrupted
in Arizona when he developed d
neck aihnent,;,
Tho.40-yearolit defendin0 WOO
champion se. the American tilagua
started hie first(workout in' more
than a month with lightheartt
o'Let's get the show on the roadi!.1.
He had taken a half-hour Mat
treatment when he stepped lout
in the sim. At the request of phor
tographers, Ted went through the
usual warmup cailstenits with his
big batthen he trotted out to
centerfield for a light pepper
game with Vince Orlando and the
clubhouse crew.
An hour of this and he ran back
and forth on the outfield cinder
patha total of maybe 300 yards.
The neck seemed flexible
enoughexcept for a slight stiff stiffness
ness stiffness as he raised the bat above
his head with both hands and
stretched.
,
"The main thing is not to put
any strain on the injured area,"
Williams said. He added' that
there would be no heavy batting
practice for 'It least two or
three damn
The pepper gimes will sita9elt
his batting eyo in the meantamet
"I feel fine.' I have occasional
twinges of pain, but otherwiso.
everything seems to be all righy!,
he said.
,
The big felloW bas kept
weight down to 216 potmds With
long walks and careful' eating. I
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POR SALIN Fewer -SOVIttr
340, radioreeerd player $40.
pedestal fan SIM Tot Salim p
' 1022 after 5 p.m.,
FOR SALE: Hot Feint 11 cu.
ft. Excellent condition. $150
Amador Army EIES, ;
FOR SALE' PEXTO, 5', Mo.
tal Rolling Machine, tan Iso
soon at Intro. All Stainless' Stool
Tanks '10, 15, 40, 50 gallons.
- Two Addrossoaraphs. Two used
Commortial 114m:trio Stoves, Call
3-6121.
FOR ,SAL1: One man "Ben.
sin irli-000m." Can $23-,
3594.
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FOR SALE: Mathumitek up.
right piano sod bench SIM
Quattero 1021-11, hit Robb.
Phone 114-62311.
FOR SALE: Piano end bonch
Schilling Upright. Excellent
condition, $125.00. Phone 5-
E66.
FOR SALE: Round glass, SS
inches dismutnr. Call tolophono
3-6651.
FOR SALE: Chines' hand
timid dining room sat; almost
now, spocially for Dip !emetics
and entertaining, (also beginners
Violin). Panama 46 Street No.
34.
1 Boots & Motors MotorsFOR
FOR MotorsFOR SALE: d-ipt '28 Fie Went
stainless "40121 25 CP. Auxi
1181rti bunks...41km bond; boat
in 'nudism. sondition; Phone
Balboa 1589.
FOR SA1,E: 14 ft. deluxe nin ninabout
about ninabout plywood,. Criss Craft
, model, laminated with fiberglass,
compound polish lob. Rome
aontrol, stewing. With big
twin 35 H.P. Evintudo 19511
Noun 746-A Balboa.
Special Offers I
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WANTED: Captain lot BNB
E., C. M. ooatal tradat mochas:-
kali ability toginirod 6111117 Ind
percentage. Apply Boston Pan Panama
ama Panama Coconut Co. Paitilla
185L
Stlitrysilazaa r 4
To er ar e .-
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A big, group of door prizes wM
'be awarded to lucky whiners each
night of St. Mary's parish bazaar
'Which wM open Wednesday to run
through Saturday night at the Par Parish
ish Parish hall in Balboa.
A round trip for two to Costa
!ties hsa been donated by TACA
airlines. Another lucky couple will
win a-week-end at the Hotel El
Panama Hilton.
Other prizes are gifts of mer merchandise
chandise merchandise and free permanent
waves. all available to persons at attending
tending attending the charity bazaar any
night after 6:30.
SURPRISI TOUR
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Gen. Ka A. Iteiskanen, Finland's
armed forces comMander, will
lead bighianking military dell,.
gation' on a 4tour of Soviet mil
tary, nstallations next month. The
announcement, which came as a
surprise to diplomatic tireles,
said' the visit was being made at
the invitation of the Soviet De Defense
fense Defense Ministry.
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- motors le tho best' location of
La Crests. situated Salween
tat aed sew atroot. for Iola.. ,,,,,
elation 'luso iall TaL 2-2170,
from I am to 13 ono sod from
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PITON SPETON sprroN
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irsliable dna" stores.
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Lessons
PLAN NOW
To take advantage of
DOROTHY CHASES'S
Special Summer Session
TAP BALLET TOE
ACROBATIC b CHARACTER
June. Nip b All"
Registrotion dates to loo
announced loter
IBS Anniversary
Observance .Ende
The observance of Boy Scout
Week April 12-19, ,by the local
council of the International- boy
Scouts of the Canal Zone in cele celebration
bration celebration of the 12th anniversary
of the organization, came to a
successful conclusion with a
weekend camp at the Paraiso
tovmsite Friday through Sunday,
April 17 to 19.
Neighborhood commissioner I Ivan
van Ivan R. 'Everting, chairman, ,of the
Boy Scout Week committee;' with
the support of the official staff
did a wonderful job to bring the
camp, which:. was tonsider the
most outstanding ',in preparedness
and scouteraft as diplayed' t by
the tboys;- ,to, successful" reality.
This, particular habit's); has -been
a,: note of 'satisfictiotisimilar to
the camporee held in ,JanUartt
A special feature. V the tamp
was the presence el 10 boys
headed by a patrol leader, from
Troop 8, of the Panama Scout
Asa'n, as guests of the lee al
council.
Highlighting the tamp prograin
was the "camp fire" held on Sat,
urday evening, which was fea featured
tured featured with "Rededication to the
oScout Oath and Law' by the en entire
tire entire assembly.
The presentation of a "Sus "Sustaining
taining "Sustaining Membership Pin" to Cla Clarence
rence Clarence R., Taht, who has been
with the organization as a, liai.
son member between Council 801,
BSA, and the' IBSCZ from Its
inception; in appreciation for the
special contribution which Taht Tahtmakes
makes Tahtmakes each year. to the
growth and development "of
organization. Scout Executive kay kaymond
mond kaymond Creorge made the' presenta presentation
tion presentation and took the opportunit$ to
tell 'the Scouts, Scouters, and
friends present, th,at while he is
a qualified trainer', today -it'
was Taht who gave -hint his
first training in Scout leadership.
In reply Taht expressed his appre appreciation
ciation appreciation for the gesture and said
that he is always happy to, serve.
Closing phare of the camp, on
Simday included a colorful uni uniformed
formed uniformed parade through' the Pa Paraiso
raiso Paraiso townsite in the morning
and presentation of awards cere ceremony
mony ceremony conducted by president El Ellis
lis Ellis L. Fawcett assisted 'by vice
president Cyril D. Atherley, cub
commissioner Daniel Poste r;
asst. 'dist. commissioner Veriteel
Lairtg Sr. 'All of the nine Tartlet Tartletpating
pating Tartletpating troops received award s,
with an additional award of a
trophy each to Troop 4 of Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow City and Troop 13 of ,Camp
Coiner; for outstaMing demonstra-
tions in scoutcraft. The trophies
were, donated by Aziz, GM of the'
Canal Zom ,Bus Service line.
Offkers :participating in the
weekend camp program w e r
Cleveland Small, camp e h ts ft
John Pascal, asst. camp thief;
Ivan Evering, executive officer;
BlYmond George, asst. executive
officer; O. Neal, camp scribe; Al
fred Evans, asst. camp,- tocribe;
AlVin Baxter, chief safety patrol;
Leonard Foster, asst. chief safe safety
ty safety patrol; Harold Cox, chief first
aid; Verneel Laing Sr., asst.
chief first aidt Carlos Walker,
camp fire cMel; Pearl, Ford, asst.
camp fire chief; Edgar Husband,
chairman of program and e events;
vents; events; Hamilton Lavalas and Dan Danlel
lel Danlel Foster, custodian of awards;
and James A., Hassocks,,,4 trims trimsportation
portation trimsportation officer.,
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FLEE TO WEST ,, 1,
BERLIN' (1.1Pi) West 'Berlin
Officials yesterday,' reported an
increased 'exodus of 't scientists,
professors and, students t from
Communist East Germany to
West' Berlin.-,):. 1
They said 93 'dentists alone 1
had sought asylum since March
1. Refugees -also included, teach teachers
ers teachers tt, and students from almost
every ''' imiversity and high,' school
in Zest Germany.
A total of 10,391 East ,Germans
fled to the West last month. In.
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Some queries Irani. retired
folk point up a valuable invest investment
ment investment maxim: ,"You can't afford
to,fall in love with your stocks."
- There may., come a time : when
you have to tart company,
A retired school teacher living
in a small pension listed )i long
portfolio et tbp grade- securities
which she -had prudently acquir acquired
ed acquired over -.a lifetime of teaching.'
bcluded were some of the best
chemical. and electronic shares
one can find. And trim the point
of capital gain, excellent; But the
teacher was having difficulty
Kinking ends, meet despite a sub substantial'
stantial' substantial' mim'.invested. r'
,To the person' whe was, .,not
emotionally involved, the .1 catise
of the difficulty was obvious:, the
teacher had carried over into re retirement)
tirement) retirement) t portfolio Which, had,
been ideal 'during ".,her earning
days, but was ..not equipped to
provide income. And income 'was
what she now needed as much
income as she-could get with the
safety required ,by a perm no
longer earning a salary.
And yet the reader could not
bring herself to sell the Stocks
1which 'had shown her such' ex excellent'
cellent' excellent' gains -during-, her long
period of investment Dow'ehe Dow'ehemice,
mice, Dow'ehemice, Merck, ,Miimetota
Gdf Oil, Pfizer.
Anyone who hat read these
items for- any length of time
knows full -well the hikh regard
is which these truly', excellent
securities are. held. But the- fact
remains their yields are low
the one:te. three per cent a'ange.
woldd help to "ease the pain
of parting" V it were more gene generally
rally generally realized that there are
stocks for every purpose, an
that one 'does not necessarily
show his ingratitude if, upon
reaching retirement, he sells out
the excellent growth securities
which t have helped him increase
his capital during ,Ms 'earning
years,and-switches his funds int
iesues"which by virtue of 'the
type of industry in .which they
operite ,!., pay out 'port! et ,their
earnings. A
Naturally, 1 lia Sh'ia nriteh', mirk
growth potential, Must' be Siren'
But,that end Adjustment

Art MEWLS Col 'lull laakait is officiall wel
NE ST E us y.
coaled to t,he USAHCARIS School at Fort Gulick as the school
crest is pinned on .his epaulets by Col. Cecil Hircesk colimiandant
of the institutlon, Sakas was a former staff member- Of Head Headqua,rters,
qua,rters, Headqua,rters, United States Continental Army at Fort Monroe, 'Va.
He will amume the duties of instructor with the command and
staff section,, Tactics Department, EIBARcARsts school. ,,

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which, should be tonsidered
tura' and taken fit stride. ,,,,
Q.'Wbat are the a vantages and
disadvantages of a' "stop loss'',
order? '
A. A I'stop loss"or 6stop order",
is an order to your broker to eel
a stock whenever the market
reaches or goes through a certain
point Your stop order, then be becomes
comes becomes market order and your
broker does the best he can.
Such an order is used to pro protect
tect protect it profit m stock -or ,to trY'
to limit a possible loss. For exam.
pie, if you have bought XYZ at 25
in the hopes of a rise, ,you might
put a stop loss order at 21, on tho
reasoning that if it starts,' to go
down your broker will eel' you out
-around that level lin thus limit
your loss.' That is the' advantage.
The disadvantage stems form
the fact thatrthe stock may dip
to 21 the turni arotmd and
start clumbing, never stopping -t
until lt reaches 45. In that ease
you will be unhappy..., ,
"'Stop orders are most common commonly
ly commonly used by active professional
tradere who. may be away from
the market for. awhili, and vvho
prefer to take a small loss rather
than have their;funda tied -up in
a stock even though, k;ritay sub subsequently
sequently subsequently recover. doubt 7. the
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10 K. Coal fipld,

0
r HAZARD, K5r., April 25 (UPI) bourville under L
114-The.smoke of a burning cos' rence C. Burch we
' tipple 'signaled new violence in burg in Letcher C4
nouthpastern Kentucky today e- Virginia border v
ven as National Guardsmen, act aolliery outfit 'fro
litg on orders from Gov. A. B moved into Ham
Pandler, rolled into the strike- high school gyn
troubled coalfields for the second headquarters.
, time in a generation.
Advance units froi

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OA blaze which police said was
let when mine guards changed
, ahifts at II a.m., damaged the
' bPple and preparation plant of
the huge Ash lo Coal Co., at near nearby,
by, nearby, Combs, Ky. The fire spread
' 16-'-the coal wishing plant bY
itto
" :30 4.M. and the firm's offices
., ere--- evacuated, with State
Pers helping to carry out fur fur'
' fur' liture and office ecitliPment ecitliPment'
' ecitliPment' a:"'Tbe Aside Inkor :Pas tho
tufo of mass picketing Friday
'which lod to the Governor's
- a,
,f action calling out for battalions,
' .-sof guard troops, comprising a a'bout
'bout a'bout 2,000 mon. i
; Hazard police chief R. D. Cis Cisco
co Cisco said, "it looks like they're go go,'
,' go,' trig to lose the whole thing.' A
pumper truck frord, Hazard ar ar.,1
.,1 ar.,1 lived shortly after the fire be be:
: be: gan, but the blaze apparently ,had
. too much of a start in the coaldust-permeated
wood.
,aa'rhe tipple roof was blown off
by dynamite -last week and two
tore blasts were set off on an
access road to the mine last
dieht, but caused -no damaged.
Pie big six-wheeled National
Guard trucks loaded with men in
. reen battle fatigues rumbled in into
to into hazard and Whitesburg before
. cliwn this morning.
' a t A tank battalion from Bar

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lyteather Or Not I

wk This weather report for the 24
bowg ending 8 a. m. today is
prepared bv the Meteorological
and Hydrographie Branch of the
Pananii Canal Company!

lhos
TEMPERATURE:
High 91
tow 75
HUMIDITY
High 91
' Low 55
sWIND:
,f max, mph) tistV13

TOMPt A
(Inner harbors) 80

Crtstobal
85
79
90
72
4,4$

82

LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Caton Lake 83.48
t Madden Da m 220.64

BALBOA TIDES
SUNDAY, APRIL 26
"'
Or, HIGH
, Time Ht.
6:01 a.m. 17.3 ft.
6:20 P m- 17.4 ft.
LOW
Time Ht.
412:08 p.m. -1.3 ft.

SEM

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Nit- A Ehoks: 3:00, 41:58,
0-55, 8:55 pan.
VYAY 0 75 0.40

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Meet a nest star
se4ts, handsome GEORGE. MADER
A MICHAEL BALCON PRODUCTION
AN EALING FILM An 611-G-lil Rt

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;'.ci!'Cluinness adds
art to uproars, and
1 leaves viewers
1 1
aughter-happy, with
a howling
t;':;,!,,i disrespect for
the,, respectable ."
mog;,k.

bourvillo under Lt. Col. Cla Clarence
rence Clarence C. Burch wont to WNW WNWburg
burg WNWburg in Lotchor County, on tin
Virginia border while a field
arilliory outfit 'from Richmond
moved into Hazard, using a
high school gymnasium as
headquartors.
Advance units from another
tank outfit at Ashland also arriv arrived
ed arrived at Hazard, and set up head head9uarters
9uarters head9uarters in a vacant hotel pend pending
ing pending arrival of the main body.
None of the tPoops were to be
deployed up and down the coal
valleys or around the tipples, un until
til until a staff meeting' of command commanding
ing commanding officers this afternoon.

Shols Required
For Dog Entries
In Pet Show

The only restriction on the en entry
try entry of pets in the pet show being
given by the Canal Zone Society
for the Prevention of Cruelty to
Animals, is that concerning dogs,
it was explained yesterday by a
spokesman of the society. A sto story
ry story had been published stating
that no entries from the Repub Republic
lic Republic of Panama would be accepted.

All entries from Panama are
eligible, it was asserted. Is, 'rhere
are no requirements on either
cats or horses from Panama. A Any
ny Any dog, of whatever class. may
be entered in any event. Provid Provided
ed Provided it has been vaccinated a against
gainst against rabies.
All owners of pets in Panama
and the Canal Zone are urged
to enter their pets in the show
as quickly as possible. The socie society
ty society announced that there will be
fifteen door prizes as well as
the cups and ribbons and other
awards for the winning animals.
Entries may be mailed either
to Box 1005 or 246 in Balboa.
The show is scheduled for 7 o'-
clock in the evening of May 8.

Students Capture
Cask In Protest
Anainst GOVerlIMOP

BRUSSEL (UPI) About 150
studests stormed a medieval cas castle
tle castle near Waterloo battleground
and held it for 12 hours yestcr yestcrday.
day. yestcrday. The invasion was carried out to
dramatize a protest that the gov government
ernment government was spending too little On
edugation and too much on his historial
torial historial monuments, which included
the castle.

The demonstrators from the Un Un1
1 Un1 iversity of Brussels agreed to
give up the meat surrounded
fortress under an "honorable
peace." Amnesty was promised
all participasts.
The students swam the moat of
Beersel Castle during the night
to capture the ancient fortress.
Taking the castle was easy. The
students faced only about half a
dozen employes of the museum
housed there and the restaurant
on the premises. Once across the
moat and inside the castle they
shut the big oaken doors and the
fort was theirs.
The invaders 'quickly set up
loud speakers and blared their de de'
' de' fiance at cordons of police who
arrived shortly after claws.
I The steel helmeted federal gen gen!
! gen! darmes. harking back to the an ancient
cient ancient rituals of knighthood, sent
in an finarmed messenger to par parley
ley parley with the enemy.
Someone in the occupation
forces smacked the messetwer
'with a ripe tomato.
After reaching agreement with
authoritieg that no repercussions
would follow the demonstration.
the students met a convoy of
trucks and battered old ears that
came from the univeroity.
'They drank beer and ate sand sandwiches
wiches sandwiches on the castle lawn.

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PRICES. 75 40
1PP) 1)), rl
TODAY
1:25, 3:00, 4:50, 0:55, 9:00 pm.

SIGNING UPSomv of the 63 Members of 0 Company, 1st Battle Group, 20th infantry, rortGulick, tOok general educa educational
tional educational development tests as a group are shown registering. From left are Pvt. Joseph A. Abinoso, Elc. Cornelius Lloyd, Sp& Luis
A. Melndez, Pfc. Edward Greene, Pfc. Pedro Garcia, Sgt. Ismael Diaz, Sgt. Herbert Reynolds ,tr. and Spil JoSeph Lobey. Seated
are Sp5 Clarence E. Holden, clerk at, the Fort Gullet Education Center; Russell 8: Johns, center director and Mrs.' Clayton L.
Merrill. OA Army Thoto)
1
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300 Enrolled
For Studies
At Fts Gulick

mi.1.m,mmit

Education is takon seriously
at Pori Gulick, whore more
than 300 members of the armed
forces, their dependents and
eivillan employes aro enrolled
in courses ranging from tho
study of Spanish to tochnical
subiocts.
Some are working towards bac baccalaureate
calaureate baccalaureate .degrees, while others
are boning. up in preparation for
examinations which willgive the
credit for completion of high
school or the first year of col
lege.
Many students signed up to Im Improve
prove Improve their job potential and
still another group is taldng
courses related to hobbies.
An educational program has
been in existence at Fort Gulick
since this Army post was founded,
and it has been increasing stead steadily
ily steadily in scope and participation.
The greatest number ol students
is enrolled in the Florida
State University program and
courses offered by the Army Edu Educational
cational Educational Development Program.
Sixty-six are taking studies
leading up to high school and col college
lege college general educational devrlop devrlopment
ment devrlopment tests, while 12 other students
are carrying on their educatioiat
devg-lopment through correspon correspondem
dem correspondem courses.

In addition, two speech
courses are' presented for mem members
bers members of A and 11 Batteries ilth
Gun Battalion, 517th Artillery.
Personnel for C Company, lst
Battle Group, 20th Infantry re recently
cently recently set what is believed to be
a command record when 83 col coldiers
diers coldiers showed up to take, general generaleducational
educational generaleducational development tests.
Thirty-nine underwent testing on
the high school level while 24
took the first year college level
test.

The Education Center of Fort
Gulick is headed by Russell S.
Mins, who is assisted by Sfc
John Dots 9n. Also on the staff'
are Sp5 Clarence E. Holden and
Pvt, Antonio C. Naseimento.
All instructors are civilians.
Those teaching Army group
study classes hold becealaureet
degrees and those who instruct
in the FSU program have mos mostors'
tors' mostors' degrees.
USAFI courses presently being
conducted at the Gulick center
include typing, algebra, mathenia
tics. Spanish, radio and speech.
Florida State courses give on the
Atlantic side this term are the
school program and western el elvilization.
vilization. elvilization.

NV 1410',,1:;417,;
The chief 'difference between
creditors and debtors is tha,
'milldams born Wu, Insno 11.36

ON DUTY STUDY Some of tht Fort Gulick class
ing interimediate preparation for si general educatio
left to right, standing,- are'Sp5 James Edenfield,
Robert Na. Johnson and the instructor, Mri. Malinda
vey, Pfc. Edgar Michaud and Sfc,:lAiguel Rivera.:!
,, ..
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es are given during duty hours.' This group hi tak taknal
nal taknal development test at the high school level. From
Sgt. Henn' 11. McClain SP5 Calvin C. lierrY, Sgt,
Nun lye. In the front row are Pfc. Frank, A. Ser SeraLS.
aLS. SeraLS. Army Photo)

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CONF R ENCE SESSION Some lit the' pupils, in a Mathematics course 'check, out problems assigned
as homework with their instructor.3, (U.S. Army Photo) ,
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RADIO THEORY Sotnd theta students are studying radio as a bobby, while others aro unrolled ,to,
improve tbeir job potential. 41,1.S. Army Plloto) 4 , ?t

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LONDON (11)--A Western 'Big
Four working. group yesterday
completed the blueprint for a u united
nited united front in dealing with the So Soviet
viet Soviet Union, in the Gerieva East EastWest
West EastWest talks 'next 'month 'monthInformed
Informed 'monthInformed sources -said the 'pol 'policy
icy 'policy package Included a phased
arms control and inspection sys system
tem system for Central llumpe, Ained
with progress toward German ,re7
tmitication.
The extlerts frOM the United
States, Britain, France.and West
Germany began their strategy strategyplanning
planning strategyplanning consultations on April
13. The British Foreign Office an announced
nounced announced the group had "finished
its work" yesterday,
The plan was dispatched to
Washington, Bonn and Paris for
governmental,study. ,
rt was understood that some
differences remained and will
have to be worked out by the
American, British, German and
French foreign ministers in their
pre-Geneva sleeting in Paris next'
week.
The policy package also will be
sent to the Permanent Council of
the North ,Atlantic Treat7 in
Paris.

There was official silence on
the strategy for, the EastrWest'
i foreign ministers conference
which is 'scheduled to open in
Geneva May 11.
However, it was understood the
working group agreed on a lirm
stand on Berlin and two-phased,
arms control and inspection sys system
tem system for Central Rurope. The lat latter
ter latter would be linked to progress on
Ethe unification et West and ast
'Germany,
Sources said British Prime Min Minister
ister Minister Harold Macmillan's original
plan for arms limitation on both
sides of the Iron Curtain had been
whittled down considerably.
They also said a United States'
plan for a German peace treaty
linked with stage-by-stage unifica unification
tion unification of East and West Germany

tio..oti.Ooli,..milk,..pf:::N.

s, WASHINGTON IIIIII)Surgebn
General Leroy E. Bursey bas as assured
sured assured Congress that the amount
of radioactive strontium 90 in
milk hoilds ng immediate danger
to the health of consumers, it
was disclosed yesterday.
He gave the assurance after
Rept Melvin R. Lahl (R-Wis.)
said the milk business was being
hurt by' "scare headlines and
stories" based on the Publie
Health Service's, monthly reports
on radioactivity,.
Laird -,,,, suggested the Health
Service stop issuing the 'monthly
reports. ,Burney said. however,
that this would- lay the service
open to criticism for withholding
information ,from the'public.
Laird questioned Burney about
report; on strontium-90 from 11-
bomb tests during hearings last
month by a House Appropriations
subcommittee. A transcript of the
testimony was made public yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. The dairy congressman asked if
there has "ever been a degree of
(radiostrontium) contamination
detected in milk that has consti constituted
tuted constituted an immediate danger to the
health of individuals."

Former'Olficiat
Refuses.To Discuss,'
Commie .Affiliahon
wAsH.Grbil (upi) House
Investigators disclosed yesterday
the State Department last', sum summer
mer summer denied a passport to for former
mer former government n official yictor
Per lo because he refttsed to
swear he never watt a Societ sPY sPYPerin,
Perin, sPYPerin, now a New York 'econ 'economist,
omist, 'economist, toW the House, Comitittee
on Un-American Activities he WAS
willing to swear, that he is not
now' engaged 'lit ,espionage end
would not-AO so, while traveling
The committee produced testi testimony
mony testimony that the -.department felt his
offer was "not Tesponsive" to its
demand for assurances that Perlo
WAS not a Soviet spy in the 'past.
Elizabeth Bentley, a confessed
Soviet espionage courier, told the
committee almost 11, years ago
that Perlo headed a group of gov government
ernment government officials which supplied
her with data during World War
II, '
Perlo, a former official in the
Commerce Department and War
Production Board, , was s, also
named'' by former "' Commtmist
Whittaker Chambers as a mem member
ber member of a Red ,"elite corps" that
flourished ',within the lovernment
,during the 30's.'
,As- he' bas ,several tithes' In' the
past,', Perla refused ''' to discuss
these charges yestexday. He
termed them ,"old rat"' and
dined, to Stir whether they, were
true,or false. ';
'lie based his 'refusal, my the
Fifth Amendment's 0 ,protection
against possible self incrimina,
tion.,Ile also invoked this privliege-
in declining to Sii)1 whether
he was now Communist.

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understood ,to have objected
the -grotmds that it followed 3oo
closely 'ithe, 'Western, proposali of,
4955 which the, Russians rejected.
The Germans and French were
said tot have objected on,;othet
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WASHINGTON' .(11P1)--i ; It
Public Health Service plana.to in-
vestigate the' role of auto exhaust
in causing or contributing to heart
disease, cancer, and other
mentsi it was disclosedyester-1
day.
Details of the 'experiment were
revealed in congressional testi.
mony just made public. proj.
ect calls fop exposing animals to
a' "realistic' community level!' of
auto exhaust to determine the.ef the.effed'
fed' the.effed' upon their health.
The, service asked, a House ap
propnations. subcommittee '1 a s t
month for $200,000 to finance, this
study and 'Other research projects
on the effeets of auto exhaust.
Mark D. Hollis chief of the "Ian "Ian;
; "Ian; itary engineering division, I told
thel subcommittee that '"mirked
statistical associations between
air pollution and many forms of
heart disease -and cancer. have),
been noted."
' "There is need, to 'clarify:1h
t'otle 'of outs exhaOst in Ms pie pieture,'
ture,' pieture,' 'be said. exhausts
have been demonstrated to ton, ,
'Uhl cancer-producing 'substances,
to contain materials', which, pre preduce
duce preduce eye irritation, and matertabt
vvhich result, extensive trop
damage." 4

'"NO, sir," Burney replie
Laird said the. monthly health
service ,' releases have stressed
that, the strontitIM-90 tontnt of
milk -was "far from dangerous."
But he said "this feet somehow is
lost in the account in the preas."
-Milk Better indicator
The congressman asked
the agency didn't 'limit its press
releases tci the strontium content
of, water. Said that using mak
alone -"has -a Iremendous .,effeCt
upon the econoinY 01 the great
milk 'producing areas,"
Burney ,said water ,was not as
good an indicator of; strontium-90
as milk.
The surgeon general agreeM that
thit monthly itrontiunt reports""do
continually' sensitize ,the public to
a hazard' which, we -do not. be.
lieve is a dangerous one and may
affect-the use of what we believe 41
is a very desirable food."t

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. N?ne of the tPoops were to be ..14.?4,p,f,-;...,4,:,..i.:.s., :MAN:-A..4-;AV::':ii.;i:i:. ,, i .'''",7,,-!';-,;-
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t .....i.ievogiA,,:.1,i,..:,,,A with pregrese toward German re- A, i ., t.,-... , , ,..
,:: Er Combs, Ky. The fire spread
deployed up and down the coal :ii-,,,,,-4.g.4. ,:::i::,4..,,., :i ,:n:....gl,.,,,:ii..:::0,:.-:.,,,:,,i, ;:....,-, f '.:''': UlOM U I
': .the coal wishing plant bY
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,, :30-4.m. and the firm's offices Valleys or around the tipples, un- mg:,,: .,,--, .;.. -4t
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.,, ere evacuated, with State tit a staff meeting- of command-
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4- egan their ,-, strategy- v '
I., pers beiping to carry out fur. ing officers this afternoon.
::'" .:':''....':'. ''''::4:-....t0, ''' .!'.44." i .,ffin.'ePSia.,ait4,M,:i',:t4i,i,.,,i:,.,;:.,,:t... ',61C:,:i-iiiii.,. 14.4iNg.::-0.', glanAing eonstdtations ''On APril ',...-. -, -., . :
- ititure and office ecluiPment. .. ..:., :'0,',.:, ::,,ii: too.i.,,,, .,,liigzgt:zsam:imz,oluv:sixo.:::::i:.:v:,.,;:',':::,.,,,.: ;-.:::1 13. The British' Foreign Officean- AIL' '' 'AII''''''''i'''''''''''- ''''
, .-.Th., Ashle Mine.- :Awes t" hnit Dpniiirpti ... ......,,..:....,..,1,,,,,,,,,,: .....,..,,,..,,.,..,,:,:,::,:,,,:::,,,,:,,,,,,..:,,,,:,:,,,,,,,,,,- .,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4.,.., . ,,
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: wThashein: goveromental,,,,,atudy. vestigate
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ood that some
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It was underst in causinl
Irt MISS picwounu r
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pa nnA will
.sc41410 to the Govern 1$
: adni Spd apt Cahoes, ot r0 u..,17 114; 0,,,;13 .7e
leu out for battalicin.,
For Dog Entries
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differpnepst rPrriflin
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a.aillnoog pc, comprising a
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of AUbra tr
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'''Ratard poltee e

se sam, 100KE Line Lucy .v mit I vi in
, to lose the whole thing! A
pumper truck front Hazard ar-
'rne only restriction on the en. I
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ol000ter
loved snoruy alter Lilt ILL C 1 y
br of pets in the pet show being 1
gan, but the blaze apparently ad 1
, given by the Canal Zone Society
- &fort tho enni-

.; M Ln; t'L for tne Prevention ot cruelty to
dustpermeated wood. Animals, is that concerning dogs,
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: ;';:rhe tipple roof was blowp it wan evnlained vesterdav hv a I

dynamite -last wen ann two ---------
a 1? :pay nhe.sam-a nhponf thne, t,sloi rdy tsti no-0 I :,:RiP;MDR
More blasts were set off oti

1. 4, IL y 11611 IJIALUSIMICU oLalAuts 1 I 1

Steen num Lu " that no entries from the Repub Repubnieht,
nieht, Repubnieht, but caused no damaged. elide of Panama would be accept- , WU.
It big six-wheeled National i

nuovoi tropics tonnea wan mvu 1 I

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tee-7; bit-tiefatigues rumbled Ln:
I All entries from Panama are I 1

to hazard ana WillteSOUrg uultnc
eligible, it was asserted. Is There I , , , , , , , , , ,
dawn this manting. lore nn ranniramante ATI esithPr ," ,

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cTate weather report for tae 4. 4 4. I , t 1 Sources said British Prime min-I
11-1 All ownevz of nofc in Panamo

Itwitrnenaing a a' m IluratTi 1 and the Canal Zone are urged : : "'
bv the Meteors o ea
d
to enter their pets in the show
N1 :- '-'!'ti
aPrendua.Byirographle Branch of the.
as quickly as possibl. The rele 300 Enrolle Ate
PAIN ititi A llama Comnanr!

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- Balboa Cristobal I Itfteen door ipri!es as well as A.
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TEMPERATURE: or I av,2r!ll for the Ivinning..at'im.qs 1 rnr 1 I 'ZA M Uninff044At't 4;";',1 itunoma ittru.aNvn..rtg.e..-Pultaigenunnical

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The show is scheduled for 7 o' Xi7tiiar'i'7.:x2TTP
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of radioactive stro i. m. t th the strontium-90 7 Content ;,:tf ', ','''.
,' milk ',,hoilds, no irnmedinte clang," millt -was "fer..from dangerous.i' ... '.
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. stories" 'based on :- the' Publid. of,water. He Sa d th g
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wag disclosed yesterday. , lost in the accountin the Press...!':, ',...!
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: Laird ..suggeted. the Health milk' producing areas, .. ... ., .,
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:...''....'4:rf.' .1 lik .::..:.?-:: '''.::.'.....' ''''''''' l'''...17 :4'3115"I'''''.:'.1: .." ...."."' ..... ' , . Service stop issuing the 'monthly Burney isald yater.',r1VIS .not a ii. ,.., t

th;vjaw ithrherti SO 87 fo 1 tomes, titer deponowns anal 1

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--- ----- ----' . !:'......... :'... bomb: testi. ditring hearings last liev-e is a dangerous. One tad may :;.;.
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, ,, .i,i; month by a ,House ApprImriations, affpct-the. use of what ;vied)eltert 41 - :,,-,
: I-7 -.--------- vi, The greatest number ot students ,.:::,,::::,t-0,,:.:::::,,zzA.:',Ir .,,i:;.;:::,,,:,,::.::,::'::',,,.y,:x0,1tA..1:, p.:3.:
The students SWaM the moat of ,--226-- is. enr(?Bedln the Florida ..'t.'4,0,:V".'-''',!:.:'::e,,,IP, .:.i3b.04,t'4,i :.: i''':. subcommittee. A transcript of ille is' a t'ry desirable.. food.' ,...;.y, ,,.:......-. ..,
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' iiii testimony, was made public yes-, ,:.i, .,,,-;:,.'.1.,-,..,;,.......,,'!,.... ,,:', : ,;,.; ,, ..,
:,::.. ammo. QII ,da salou Beersel Castle during the night State Dnffiveerredzityny thpreogArrammy madnud. ..1.,:jipt .... ,.......
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: fi terday.' : '. ''. '': ,'''' .'"' .: 4estingsa, '.'! '
' to capture the ancient fortress. courses o e
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' :- l'"'' "" Ehoks: 3:00, 41:50, Taking the castle was easy. The cat
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:::- TODAY ''55' 8:" 8tab students faced only about haaelfunl leaStillintYg.stlit t:rielightaacklInoge anstudies .: ::.i,m1:, :,15,1''',,,:4,':: ,., :, ,:i.:'.. .v.....i,,,,,,...,:,,,?.;M:t :
P. '', :,;; ..,,i,:; :4.k.a,,n,',..: : .:'.,',':,,..!Sfs:i';iiiii 2::mi'.:'a ::11,, there has "everbeen a degree 'of .,' 1:', '..., ; ',.'' '... ;.'
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,, ; 0.75 0.4 dozen employes of the mu I d col- !,:0.:: 4''',::::,IAMiolia::,.,,,2),i, .- -:......0,at,t, ,.AX:h0;,i, s:.41P,AkkiiiO44, .. ..,.,. ,.,,.,,,..,,,,,,
.1. I ; ,,,,,, , ,,,, housed there. and the restaurant loge general edueational devrtop- -'..:.:,' "','i: ,,,,.:;,::;:if:::minii:NNav'':,,.-4,. -:::';'.-'0,00rt- j.''R0:iieiW:N4.4::Ati,,,"mi:'mink: ::.?:.::,. :"-'''-' -,;,-, a 1
''' ''''' --a,' ; i on the premises. once across the ment testa, while 12 other students .:,!;'', .: '';',,:::,..,,,,,..-,:''':7: 17:1i:;':q::','-ki:r:,r,I,i5,'::!.,k' ,,H'.,'''t:,i.'k."'..tiel., i,,.:'''';41::;::',.ii':''':?i!::::::,i:',...':,''E'''.',1:'.'::"::',':.',,:',:''.!,'"'-,:',"i:s:!.!.::;...':,,:,5.:),,...., :it,:$,,,,,;,,i:: ,::,4..::::: tuted an immediate danger to:the ,,'., :,,t,'', ,,,",,.,, ,, ,, ',,' '',!.-''1'4,2
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health of individuals." ;TODAY -,-b, ;75.4 ,40 ,.:. -:, t,,.
,,, t "'...) i : moat and ,. inside the castledthey aree carrying on their educatiopat ...:;. ,',,,.,,-,:.., .1:.:':". ,: ,4'ililiMU';:ak....,:: ...:te;:4R7,7,.-, .,-: -1,,,k12:.:,4::,: : 1,1,,,,:i:.,4,111&:ig, :ii,:-
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''.' :. '', flan) i'"--, I'd,- 01 The invaders 'quickly set up In addition, two spooch ,,, :, 0.10 ,,' Ar40 P 1. , ,rt ,, ' :'' 4
.,,,IS "'. 714",,booN4' ,,, L I 400"S'.6,;" , 11 I I I i,:, .1-. f --, ''' ',1'. ) L, i
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-14, A 'T loud speakers and blared their de- C".5.11 Ira' presented for mem- , e''''it,,,,
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' fiance at cordons of police who bers of A and 13 Batteries ilth
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The steel helmeted federal gen. Personnel for C Company, lst .
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-',.' ttlirilta;) darmes. harking back to the an. Battle Group 20th Infantry re-
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jp, In an tmarmed messenger to par- 11. comman
set w at s believed to be
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d record when 83 col- ,, Commie.Affiliahon B. u,s'Ill4Pir, ,-1 -:
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,. ley with the enemy. titers showed up to take, general. !, ,Q1P0ab ,a."',..; .1 9
, ......,...,, WASHINGTbil arP1) House urrile'-erx '.-; .; ''''
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k,04 t -z educational development tests.
Someone in the occupation Thirt3t-nine underwent testing on Investigators discipsed yesterday II III --,,w1 '',60
, t z the State Department t sum-
,' forces smacked the messenger he high school level while 24
:' 1 TOWNE with a ripe tomato, took the first year college level
test. , mer denied a passport to' for- ,, , , ,t- ,t ,'
mer government official yictor f.
SOBURBSI :' : ''
, Perlo because he, refesed to i'
, 6011 After reaehin a eemont with
g gr swear he never wet II Societ spY b ,
, 1 : authoritieg that no repercussions The Education Center of Fort ,,,
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- , , , , t Peri, now a New York-peonwould
follow the demonstration. Gulick is headed by Russell S. f, ,r, ,, ,,, ,k. 4 i , .. ,,, I ,I,,,,a4ra
' 's 1 ,,1' . ,.,, '' ''-11 mist, toW the House ,, Comalittee '' ,,, :'' '', .'
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' Medina, It" -' the studentg met a convoy of Johns, who is assisted by Sfc
CONFERENCE SESSION Some ot the Pupils' in a' inathematics course 'check. out problems assigned
sm4c4,00sottedoomtr,m,roasw, ,,m, soma 7.11.1.iinig to,, stw,, ea:: t11..kaltahe,.1.!,,n,ot ', .1. .4. '' t, ,. , l'ii., , ,
- 4 sak4o, handsome GEORGE NADER on Un-American Activities he 'WAS ' 1' ,,,, '''1$ ''''' r,,,k.., ,.
trucks and battered old cars the John Dotsqn. Also On the staft komompiromonow.m....s homework with thel.,,,,r 1:s,tru,,c,,t,o,r..1(..1.1......,,,S,,loAr. ,,,,m,,waat,,,,,,twommomommy Photo)
't, A MICHAti mcoN PRODUCTION ea me from the univeroity.
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are Sp5 Clarence E. Holden and 1 a
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