The Panama American

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

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

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University of Florida
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Ikleazidle,rittbts bgehetnip VI
a taw Day. He urged
.,of the United States to,
yvith, appropriate public
,s.. f', .-
pioClatilation issued in
at, the President pointed
lportant vart Jaw plays
tional -and national rela-urged
'that In cerebrating
.-, -the people reaffirm
dication to our forrn of
171tA, and the supremacy' of
r lives." '

1 WASHINGTON, April, 87 'CPI) ,--,, United States' eitisens fate a long political. stroggie 'to keep
control, of the Panamd. Canal,. according to a new boolt entitied,"The Untold Story-dr Panami,"',
which -appeared ',today. ''',. :, ....,, - ,... .. '., : ,- '',, .., .,'. , ,..',..., ,
." ', The author' is Earl Ilarding, a'New iork 'writer. Ili Xs a torreepondent ..ind investigator for
the New':,Tork ',World during the' period. of its defense prenarations -.against a. sdminal libel
suit brought ly-,President Theodore Roosevelt against.,,the World and' the Indianapolis. Nevis.
Thd suit watt quashed by e, Federal' court. ruling' in 191dthit therdwai -no' 'federal libel' law,'
a view uphehl by-the, Supreme CoUrt, Harding now 'offers d digest -of Infonnation, and documen documentation
tation documentation which the2,whorld 'would have used If ',the case had, been. tzied' on' the ladtc, .'. . '
,
, 'The book 'Appears' to' have current significance-becatitio of its -general eipositiosi Of 'the ,his-:
torical badkground of 'Panamdtnited States -Contreversyconcerning Canal, Zone severeignty pro provisions
visions provisions in the treattuf 1908; agitation for "internationalization" of the'Panarni -Canal, and ,re.
current incidents: connected with relations between the Canal Zone.and the ,Republic.' ,"
,1,..These problems haVe created in-' He Said that Congress recognized examinition 'and interpretation of
tertiational ,confusioa :which ''J Malt this' situation by adoption. in Feb- the Bryati-Chamorrotreaty- of 1914.
have to be... clarified.... before. -t. the' ruary,1957. of ; a resolution for a ,. Ratification by the United States
United States,- congretts., decidei comprehensive inquiry into all as- Senite in 1918'contained, a proviso
whethei to build an enlarged locita pects of the luteroceanic canal that Nicaragua's failure to consult
canal at Panama; a sea-level ca.- problem. -,,,.. 4 -' ,-' t, Costa Rica before 'entering into a
, nal there, 'or an' entirely' new 'ta- : T 1,..,' : '11 -. ',4 :1' ,,i 1 canal treaty with the United States
' nal- on the,,Nicaraguan route, "Gilt of this inquiry bl theboard should not Invalidate Costa Rica'S
, - ', ' of- consultants,',now, only' partially rights under the Costa Rica-Nica'
In X Preface to "The 'Untold Sto- teMpleted United States taxpayer 'raguan treaty of 18,58.
iy of panama," Harding Wrote: . hope for a ,constructive reassess:- -. ''' ,- ,,, ,'
, ' ,,, -.-' ment of Isthmian canal :probleins Another question would be wheth wheth''''"Nasseetot
''''"Nasseetot wheth''''"Nasseetot a pattern for dans' and a programlor their permanent et,' the Bryan-Chainorro treaty
,
: slzUrf .at Suez in 1956; Although solution which.,,,,ad' informed, con- gave. the United States an enforce enforce.
. enforce. legally inapplicable to' the Pana- gress can approve and authorize." ableoption lo, build a eanat, Some
i ilia -Canal, 'the Nasser examPle ,Of In' a chipterdn the, 'Nicaraguan experts think that the treaty would
expropriation. delighted Panama- route 'as an alternative hi the Pan- he. merely a prellininary to ,further
nian radicals.' The-danger 'imPlicit 'ama --CanaL Harding 'said that the agreement n' terms of construc construct
t construct in ignoring thelf.reactions vat not first essential step would 'be a re- Unit. ,. , ,,. .,
ri,
. recognized. bi,- 'most' North 'Ame . .... ,, .,. .. ., , .
.
.
- cans;. who .. have assumed for,
a centur that trouble. at Panama
te ., :' - Unionildsse-triill Billore Chodst
:..1."11'147Serionsiest 'of thdiltuation in. ieen CI ..
-
16;tio p, Offidals:Peclare.:,.:,,-
na,
St 'the' Isthmus as. brought home ea astitspy,- boa
' tnihell,nited States by the' Nixon :.' -.1 '..;,;:. .;' ,;;- : t,..,...,.-...,,..:. .,,.,. ...,,,,. ., .'.;-.,,L,- ,..!.,.;,,,;. ,!,. -,,,,r- :,..,...- -; ,..h .
incidents in Lima' and Caracas- .in '.:, '!' 7' .- g!' ;-:'',,', .., -, .-..,,,-.,....,,-, 0 .....,,..,.,. ;.,,A,,,,,..i.;,...., ,,,.,,. ,1 ,,,0., ..
. may.;.,..1,958;,.ond,by-,0, tmost ..,eipei. ,.";-WASIIINGTON;WPI);421.-C10 bers10.1sttl4ekperieneoe k." 'Swift
, dentAtithresks .0t,ild &snide iii Officials lamented:N11Y : 3 h- i 4 wmttrAllti. ,Atterlirtlitittgl,''.wri
Panama. Protesting'. ,United Stites lome..-"so-calleti,. libekar,congress- counted.' -1;11',. ;:-: V -:',.."-,,l' ,,:i , 4.; :.
zone. !nen 'apparently don tr.:, hove -them It- Pointiu.te.'elvll-'righti,. area ,re ,re,
, ,re, sovereignty ;,'.., over; the, Canal
or:-.9111 : sts-..ther.did hs.:,Nnv.em-, evelopmenV1. and ,., unemployment
preceded .bYi; a Panamanian ,''.flav compensation bills, ,he..zsaid -,1.1be
. planting'. 'intiasion! td the Zone ber, bey.; ':', ..-,......:,..-,. ,......,-.. ,- ,,:,,
. .- . ,,' alleged liberals ha've Avalked gin gin:
: gin: ildedvto the world. ad; !OPeration -' .' I ''
. .0 ,. ,,,, ..., Ihey said they, were .going -to gerly indeed."V. v. ......,,,. -,.- :
sovereignty ....,,.....,-,..,,,.....,,..,, .,,..,.
1- 4 ,- be a little morechoosy in the fu- ., , ,, ,, ., ,, , i,..!,!.

Union'llosses tilli Be;t1ore.Chodsy,
r, , ; :,
e
en in 1S.0,,Elections, OfficialsDeciare.,
fUPII;;4111.,-C10 berals-IattPekperienCodA, it.' Swift,
If Officials lam entid: folly A h 't ccmvorslon: ifterliroliallOts:wirs
some..--"so-called, libeial'-congreas- counted."1:' n,
8. men 'apparently' don't ',love -them 'Pointing te righti, aria re rep,
p, rep, in 11,11 they did !in :Sovem- developmenV and k unemployment:
her; '', compensation beisaid ,9he
3 alleged liberals have Avalked gin ginThey
They ginThey sald they, weris .going gerly Indeed."V :
, be little more choosy in the fu- , !,.! :
n ture- in bestowing their election The Anti() Is going to bi a
' favors. "little more selectivb in choosing
' our friends in ANA' he said,
'The- note wts sounded by Sec- keeping a particularly close eye
retary-treasUrer hartnett, Of on, "those who showed f Ise
the ,-International Union of Elec. colors during last year's cam cam,
, cam, trical 'Workers in ,thn, current Is- paign."
sut'.! of the union't,'newspapers. r
r Other All-CIO officials said they Ilartnett mentioned no names.
shared his' heartache. however, De m ocr a tic Sens.
,

alai- Firsi'Ciasa'decAtrie. 1
n,:". Jr.p : Headquarters and
I otters Companyp." 1st 13at 13atoup,
oup, 13atoup, 1. 20th ,,,, Infantry;,' 'who
9 miles on the wind-swept
14 take last Sunday (April
I 4 be on CFN-rtra Panqrs.
olar,:-at., 6:45 tonight (lion-,
Fort 'Kohl) soldier hirthe,
at eight,' o'clock Sunday
g v while a friend, John W.
ad, v and Joao Negron Mo

: Harding, said ,that bressures little
realized by the North American
public have been building lip stead-1
Hy and persistently in Panama and
elsewhere siie the Suet crisis.
Paid that anti-Ameritan attitudes
in Panama can be traced to fatti
that the ,Panamanians and ranyl
North 'Aniericans do not know thej
historical truth about events early
tbe century. ,
Harding wr,ote tharthe Panama
Waterway aeetna to be approaching
its ,greatest crisis dite to fact that
problems of ingreased capacity',
and modernizatlen have lieee COni COniplicated
plicated COniplicated by organized attacks a against
gainst against United States jurisdiction it i
the Canal Zone. ,

rale!, who opiloted 11'ettirlICCI 'pace
boat, lo(te on.
' I
,,',,Polldwing a tna0-plotted course,
he arrived at the upper reaches
of the lake .where trouble waited.
Madden Lake' is similar to-Gat.
un es a large part of Vireasero
ed with, submerged log and tree
stomps,.. As Szneant Harrison
plowed through the chopping wt.
ter he, emashed his,. foot against
one of the sttimps,. and tore
,

trical Workere in the, current Is- paign-"
sue of the union's, newspapers. , r
Other ArLtio officials sold they Hartnett mentioned no names.
shared his' heartache. llowever, Democratic Sens.
, ., Thomas Dodd (Conn.) and Dennis
.A definite sign that some ro- Chavez (N., Mex.), who got union
mance! had cooled since the Nov. financial backing last' November.
4 congressional elections .eame on both voted "wrong" by labor's
Wednesday whenvseveral union- standards on the 'bill of rights'
backed senators helped push amendment.
through en. John L. McClellan's
"bill of rights," amendment to the Officials of.the AFL-CIO's polit politUnierl
Unierl politUnierl tefOrM ical arm, the Committee on Pont Pont,
, Pont, But Hartnett said their ardor ical Education, said they ah'eadY
had coolek evert before that. fie were busy checking on records of
said some of the uso-called" labor-backed congressmen.

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long, siingbir scratch' hi his leg, ai
but ,he continued to swim, w
, It was getting late in the "eft- a
ernoon when he finally spotted si
his, starting' point the boat Isnd
ing' just '" below Madden Dam;
With some' 16 miles behind him tit
nut,on finishing drive' and tr
was on the shore at 3:30 o'clock: tt
In only tell' en 'and one hilf hours
he had covered,' 40 miles.'
When the sergeant enierged from ell
the water Ids sidn sweet shriveled St
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onig

NO,!DEEP foi- a fait breakaway from' the starting line are these' crews of Canal Zone explorer's. snit senter'ecouts 'Miring 1
At practice, session for the: anilual ,coast to coast cayuc o race to be held from May i to 3. Most of the12 boat crews
1- irk, the annual event' attended the tryouts at the :new x pout camp on the shore of,Madden Lake. in charge Of arrange.
I
tor this year's tace is CdrJohn M. Reade, of the 15th N anti District. Reade is a ,themizer,of the Canai Zone scout coun,
!.tivities conunittee.:' ), ,v,, , , : '. ,i- ,,,,-.,' ',,). ', .', ., ,' '' , ''''' (US Army Photo)
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and, a little burned ,and eyes
were little red' and,,sore,: but in
le'' minutes le was leeling
strong : again and ready to
drive back' to rod itobbe.
',' Evert with the 'misfortune ct
the, hanged up let,. and the ex.
tremely chopping water.' he 'telt
that le. conld hsve turned in 10
or so r10111 miles., The 32-year old
soldier' plans 4 several more- loop
distance swims in the 'near AP

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, WaS quiet today on the San Bias- front, where 'Natiimal GUard
men' and 00, prOfessional, Cuban rOtutionaries hive been kteping,i,eac
other At a wary distance Since
The National Guard detachments are under orders to avoid ,b14VO'i
shed if possible, Minister of Government and Justice Jose 04,13igan ha
announced. , '
, 'The:Cubans are leaderless and ,Inoie or less lost, tw :days' Initic
from the nearest roadhead. -- '

,.. Cubn'sr'Chr'ge d'affaires in Fnnom. Ric'ardo giarto-,Jaurna was reportedly stand,''''''':
ing by early this alternoon to be'taken to,the -Caribbean coast invasion scene-by igh '"
,,,
Plane, launch or belitOpier to-try to persuade the 'invaders to quit. Thei,hdielatriead.;.';',;
. ,
lost three men drowned., ' ''' i '- '''''
In Washington' PtIlitIMOnitin ambasiader' Ricardo M. Arias declared' h. i's'''''''ov'ir.'in'''',.:'''''''''''';'1
ment, will 'protest immediately to- the 9rgoeizatiOn of American StateS' ir,'"inst;the'r'',',.''.-::
vessel utoming',from Cuba or anywhere alai" lands ,rebel troops .on 'Panninta' n sOil.''''''
a' ;init. thoi:,',.'.
;,'.He said :that ,a, second landing 'would threateitthe,secrity if Ponam
it Avould be' fitting to' invoke' the Inter-American' Defense' Treaty 'Siined in ,.'llo' F.::: iti.'''''.--
, ,
Janeiro. ., , ,,
, ,, , ,.
' The' t,reaty provides that .if.40, Antericanrepublief, eels threotene'd' frtini:',ibien.41.':,'.
' 0,,,, '-'- ,,,. -, ,-..: 0 , ,, ,Y- '4, ;4,- ;,-.:, ,,.,,,,,:.:.,
it' may appeatto the OAS council for help., -;." ' ''' ''''' ' ' ''', ,,'''' ,..-
.. , ,, -4 ---. ,;..,., ,::,s,-,-:,.',,,,,,,.!,',,
,,,, One...,-of the prisoners taken, y.ssterdiy said 'her,' and .:b.le COmpankine7;-7,nrn 'In'd".-40' ive.,,,:',,:.
, ., ,,
lieve While,, preparing for the inipedition 'that Panaina woe uncifir-Oniilitar.'iictnit; ,sfilp'.....',
at bid' as thit'ha bad, feugh- i.'Sgainst hi Cub. ii under.fidsi ,Cistro.,-'He'didiniit reife' aTwlio 41:1,
. ., J ,, ,, .
had, indoctrinated. 'the expeditien Members I tythie. 'belief ,; -'''',;'.1:; ,..- .:' f ';' ,: ... il r-,,, ,,'
.i, ,. ., MitAir .1)1 sonar- said tha JuttLbsdAttikilit COU'ller-,to-lak'''4$400()4 ''' ' ''' '- ''
dit a. lor Dr.,-.Roberto Arias, ittio he''' narnad:' 1:11tollinlzse 'of' ttieriepiditl ir '' "...'"'''''''''''''''
.1.6 ,,,.. :w..,, bt. .er.r...,,,,,t1..r.;t:...i.g,. a. t pr. 6.,$.6.11,t. ,, .11, ail! un:, 1.7 :t..11,,,a:.8.. res, .gia.n:...,ernb. le,y.'...' rne..s. !dottiest fn. 0411- 1. ;;ICa' annd"litr;eai;.l.:1,,
turned.up- etter,$,.vverninint,hiveought- him o "' ''' '4' '
mre thilitn ,a.,weelc,,, During :that time .a.-wairiantAe,Os..ot for ills arit"iittin',"charieil.IC iiiii;' :'
.., , ,
necteck with: an alleged armed plot ;against, theAroYerrinient if: OreSident. Erne stii'tili-'Iii:,:4
Guiraist,' je. ,, .., :...: :, ... .. : ,i. . .., ..,., ..,- .,... .... g.,,,'..,; 7 ,. ok '11, ;41,,.;re ..,...:,...a.11 ,.. a ;$4 0, .. :
, v
.
Dr), Roberto, Arias' wife, farried British ballerina Dame Mir tit F ''' '''''' -'''' ''''
accused cif' CtimpliCity in the same plot r Sh e ...,w,tisAaiIed !sir 'apistienIniyag-d'exrp'elie'd',:
.
, from the co,untry, last wzkek. Since that tirtie' President 'de ;iii-!,Ctie' idle' 'has' hinted' Pan.;
ama mey ask- Britain to-extradite her on the basit of attbsequentlisdis'MiV,Ire'd, sPiiciennS-'-''; ,''
..
. Ambassador Arias stated his the government of Panama ras in Castro, 'now ceinpleni'''s'iou- p'-e-t',
government's pesition in Washing- interniediarY to Seek an,agreement tbe United States oncl,Can d s 1,.'
toil before be, walked into a closed 11 .possible ',(between the invading repeatedly' stated'.that ',ha a-Itad ,-I
,,,woul
meeting of a special commission insurrectionists and,the P11,141111- ,nOt 111101V, rerolutionaries' te
of the council which was hurriedly Man authorities),,,i,,, ,,,,, -: , ire', in Cuba ';rr' any ; expedltrtr)gaaryn.' '''
summoned Yesterday to study the This IA a gesture, of :goodwill,' force-aimed at overthrowing -lither
latest developments In the Carib- made so that there Will not be the govertunentef another -stati.--', ...-:...-,
soliiihttessot, srubsneiinciton regardine the '' ..- ., ,, .77' r--'''..,' ','
!Anil., of ni, y gove,. rnment and Ito A, government ,, eontmuntiniS'' -;:'
bean. .,
,, vs le're la-nd ed. be...t.;..'r
tervention m thtliffeirs of otner fore ;daybreak Saturday,:and -,
c aUrter u, gaucatiyinagn ihmabi rams saandoorf Jt wub teal osot:Aina5-.
- 'set out :. at once ,,,through Ihti:-, -.,
loyalty to the orinchile of 110n-ill- said the in d
was 001111trieL" ', ,, ,,,,f,
Me StOrY ,of the rebellion tbus jimgles' along- it the Atlantic .'
"
feocirttlimealit'bsuatidniathdee crnieeearti.nthgZat it
. fill, rre Wdeasniegkse:eh, ed..: br: prito, nef,s en toast some 60; nines ,frons'Ppl-:;','
ter.Americatv alliance, is jobrving their arrival in' the, capital last' ama rity. ' lc,. 1.,..,
ceoauleuntrilliteeds wthinithPerfealltithilatnitelimebeint wthinithPerfealltithilatnitelimebeint,
, wthinithPerfealltithilatnitelimebeint, .,
involved watt "part, of the tons
closely the Panamanian situation. captured at Nom- , ,,,
".Arias was accompanied by Dr. Haien alleged that the. group '-r
PirecY-and revolt" the' gover:
ment alleges was headed.,.: by','
Itetuee moron mantles, minister Nationei Guard officials said
former Panamanlan,'dtplordat :.':
of the' Penamanian embassy., who three rebels ivere cantured yester,
Roberto Arhus.. .-- ; --' ,-,',. r''.', 1
, cleried ti large -folder coresinim day, at, Nombre- de ,Dios The. trio
latest, reports of the rebel land." are, Panamanian Guillermo Gonza Gonza'
' Gonza' He said, that.the Parianianiett
government had not asked for r.
"'big Friday,oleht'sod i butky file les and two Cubans, ,Gilbeito Ber Berof
of Berof background materiel hicluding tancourt, ,25, and, Roberto Arenei- :.,..a.,..t '1,..
aid or ,assistanne frOiri,- U39...
forges stationed ,in the Familia :,
statements by' rebel loaders in bit, 42, who weri, attempting to
, New, York end'Cube of their ki- get water at ',en outlying house.
tention te,send'Hserieral waves", They were captured by the town's
:of. Invasion forces,: r lone National Guardsman Ind of of'
' of' 'Arias. reiterated Llie was still fired no resistance. 1 Canal Zone, 'nor had it reteived
confident that government forces According to eaptured rebels' enY- ,: '','. -, :
r.Th, ,e govqrnment announced
could deal with .,the rebels' who statements to National Guard of- ' ,
landed FrideNi from a-boat which ficials Enrique Morales 'arid, field
reportedly, left Cuba April 19. coinmander 'Ad the invasion. bind, (41ab a PanartailiVt tifittirortat';
"I..believe we will ," be ahle to was drcnvned when a, small landing guerd Paha had been''aent:.:te ',
e -east coast'. Itmgle area' t4.,',
handle this., ,group.",' the envoy, dinghy capsized in the fieavy ,surf ,Ln
track. &mil the ,;nveders ?
said, "but if'another boat comes in on The Caribbean toast, near San ... ,,. ,, .,
from Cuba or anywhere else car- Bias Point. r.
- Among thOse atilt under era ,'-'
rving a new,, rebel ,force we shall , Morales larld Is the eon of the rest to '
day,,was h11,1 ;Betty Wel..,
immediately seek action by the !,chitif lustice,,-;,,ef, it'atiama. The i -, -,
ner, a it titthne American l'eslo r.
OAS ,council." ., -'' r Id. nt if IC a t I Orkk macko,by en of dent. f P whk'rlintil..,
be t) "ma .'
. Arias emphasized that he would, Ihe cepturediebels, who said he ach itttzt at Sar,te,,Plarti .?
noi, Invoke the Rio treaty unless was In the smell boat with Mere- ,, , , ,
there were ,a serious, threat to les, wet ,confirtied lestnight by. ,She I '
s presently' in Peno-'.
. the peace of the hemisphere. the government: 4 nome Hospital' with a natictial,
h th II
;, The meeting of tbe OAS :special Also drowned ,w en, e Brno uardma ta In
nd g guard AA
commission was attended 'bx the landing 'boat ',overturned, eecord' ger bedsin '8
de ,She wu arrested
following ambassadors: Cesaella- ing to the prisoners, were Pane- earl last vi. eek I ''
ri connection. ,,
trot Hurtado'of Argentina, Fernan- menial! Jose 'Mona and, an uni- withY the alleged preserice.', of;
do, Lobo of 'Brazil,- Hector David clintified Cuban. :" ',. Roberto Arias in one of 'the ca.,. :
Castro of ,EI Salvador, Raul Ord6- Government sou,rces said both ta , ,''
. ges of me resort. ''','7-, : .;
her of the Dominican Reoublic, Plains and Mendel Were aitive in . ,, :,".
and John Dreier of the United the May ,195fir student insurrection ,, , .. ,, ,t ,, .,:,
..
States;',,6 ,.''', : in 'Panama City.... ?otter WiliNeet ,,:r.,,,
Dr.' Charles Irenviick, legal ad- A search of the' 55-foot invasion ,,
,,viser ,of- the OAS secretariat. 'pas trait. the 25-ton diesel powered Ti. :11
'present.: -: ," ,, , 07ayare 'Yielded a hand-written list 1.111esday With Civic':'
Although: some diplomits had indicating that 12 ,Cuhans and,four rt ,,,, ,.., ,, ,:,. : ,,,...
hoped, hp, Would 'attend Dr. Roe Panamanians,,'made up the total wound Officers,- ::z--,..:,
,
Cuban representative ,of the OAS, landing ,force.:,The Hit Aden men. ;
did not Appear, ''' '., ...' tioned one doctor,r, four. assistants Gov. W.' E. ',Potterir'''will hold, a,,
.: Cuban envoy ,Rtelio ileums de- and nine-"espert megazine load, public meeting 4 with -s UAL ', Civie-
glared here today that his govern- era." ,',f -',';,.,: Council officers in ,Balbea tome-,
meld "it the, first to condemn anY Also recovered bY Guard author- row ,night. 'i '., , 't - ....,,..,i.,t,..
attempt" to disturb, the' once of Mel, WWI an allegedlit 'of arms r', 'i ,,' ,.', ,r. '.-P.'':', 'tr., ,,'
Panama ,.by-, Cubans who, have iarried bY the yacht including 37 '''A highlight of the session win be
flouted n,the ,Strong, measures de- machine guns, ,33 rifles,,t quantity s detailed outlining of the propels'
creed by' CUInd trmy commander of pistols and: revolvers and at ed long range housing program ots
taut Castro' to prevent Cuban soil least,10 hand grenadeC' The Ust al- the Pacific side of the Canal-Zone
'ohm 'used for armed expeditions. so included six,', portahle radio by, memhert,of the Executive rim,
sgainst the tranquility of its neigh- units. ''' .0,- :'''' , ' ning Staff.", ':,,, ;.Y. ?. ',.-', ..,..,', ',,, ,,,, il
hors, and good friends, such as ',If all the irma'were safely la;id- ..., ,,, ,. :, ., ,- : .,.., ,-.....
Panama.", :,,,:,, ,, ,,,,,, , ed the invasion force Would be ilor- the open meeting, originall,1
, Riad Jaunie said the hiyaders midably, armed.::..- , scheduled tor Diablo Heights, will
would 'be' dealt with under Cuban Bazan laid the captives bad told he held en the' ,secon floor of tht
lawes forbidding euth actions. authorities they "had been sent by Balboa' SerVice, Center stabil a
'I have offered my services to Fidel Castro to libereto Fiume," 130 pit ,. ., ...,:-:'i' i
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bre de Dios. Baran alleged that' tilt group '-'''
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ment alleges was headed,: by.-4:,:
Nationai Guard officials said
three rebels ivere' caotured yester, Pirecy-and revolt" the' goverit-,;',",
former Panamanian,'diplomat :'),
Roberto Arias..
day, at, Nombre, de Pio& The' trio
ate, Panamanian Guillermo Gonza Gonzalez,
lez, Gonzalez, and two Cubans, ,G1 oho Ber- : -, 4 .i- '1,1
' He said, that 'the ?martian's:1r
government had not asked for 1)
tancourt ,25, and Roberto Arenei. - .'--,'''',"-r ",,-
aid or assistatice from,-17.0.....'i
bia, 42, who weri, attempting to
forces stationed ,in the Panarea -:,
get water at 'In outlying ,house.
They were captured by the town's
lone National Guardsman Ind of ofCanal
Canal ofCanal Zone, nor had it reteived :' A
fired no resistance. -. ..
. According to eaptured :rebels' ttnY. ,' 'If' f
statements to National Guard of- ' : '- : - w ''
ficials Enrique Morales Brid, field The govqrnment. annotinced -:.
dcwomainsgmhdyrowanedanepredoi:ewfdhlehinne ihinontevallsaienotnviaybr!tiolienudrat, triglhit;redaltse-tailincoisalnarittittillibellitent :serattint::..:t4tate.
on The coobbeon :toast nese salt track. citv.n the ,,"nyaders. r:. ,..:;'
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Bias Point. ' '. ''''.
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Morales Brid ls the fen of the Arnng, thse 'OITA unde
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It tut at Banta ::Clara... :. ,..' 1
1,,the ceptural' rebels, who sold he h W-4), rilD5 I .1':
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was in the small heat' with Mora- -ea,ch, ,- ..,,,,,,, .0
les, wit .confirnied last night by , ,-.
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nome ,Hospital with a national
e4n.' the sine'
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landing 'boat ',overturned, Akecord; h bed.,
last week itt tonnection. ,i
ing ,to the prisoners, were Pane. ea-ily
menial! Jose 'Picans and, an out out,
, out, with the : alleged presenck, of,' ''
eintified Cuban,0 :'''',..'
Government sourcei tages of the ,resort --.':-.. ... ,--;
MIMS and Morales, Were aitiva in
said both Roberto Arias in one of ,'the tot- .,1
the May .195A' Student insurrection ',,,- : , .,'";' ''::.:, t
in 'Panama City..., ..
A search of the' 55-foot invasion Potter IV Meet '-''t
Tuesday With'Ciyie';',
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graft. the 25-ton diesel powered
07ayare 'Yielded a hand-written list
O.UnCil OffiC' e'..ii'l.''''''''..1
indicating that ,32 :Cubans 'and, four pi
Panamanians.,"made up the total ., ,: ..:, .:.. i:,
landing .force.,The lit Also men. ;
tinned one doctor, four. assistaets Gov. W.' E. ',Potterwill bold, i':, 1
and nine-"expert megarine load, public meeting 4 with D.S. ., Civie- '.
era" ,', -'...,": Council officers in :Balboa tomor
, Also recovered bi Guard author- row ,night- t,,, ,:. t ,,,.. k ,i.e ,,' :!
ities, was an allegeClitt 'of ITMS 1, '1 ,. ,. :',.. ' .: P. :, 't. ,.?' ''i
'Carried bY tha yacht. including 37 ''A highlight 'tithe session win be ..!;
machine guns, ,33 rifles,:t quantity a detailed outlining of the proposs ,.'
of pistols and: revolvers and at ed long range housing program ots ",
least,10 hand grenadeC The Ust al. the Pacific side of the Canal-Zone
so included six,'., portable radio by, members, el the Executive Pis&
units. ." ,.0 ,- :'-'''' ' :" ning Staff.' ', ''.'..." ;.Y. ?:' ',-'. .' .:;.' '..,,, .:11 'i
',If all the aims:were' safely land .4 ,', '. ,. 1 ., i ,- -.-:,....'
ed the invasion force Would be ibr- Ile open meeting.' eriginanl
midably,armed :,,' scheduled for Diablo Heights, 'win
Baran laid the captives bad told he held en the 'second floor of tbl
tuthorities thet,lad been sent by Balboa' SerViee, Contort statist a
Fidel Castro to bborato rattan." 130 plh ,. ., --i i
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en' anal ,80 Professional, Caban re-folutionaries- hive been kteping ,ech.,,,, : '.-..
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unde'r order's to 'avoi bloods-
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'the' duplication, in teflon which theihorld would. have used if ,the cis, had been.tried on'the lactel., , ,- Th. e. National Guard detachments' :ar.e
e if possible Min ster ,of, yoverniuent and Justice lose Di. 44 -,
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DOOK Appears to, nave currens ingnuluance DreS11106 Ha gttuVrilla vIlliplagU011 ut 1113 .4,,..,1 po
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n'" Officials !,:lamented:,trki SY :' 3 hli '4. tonvtrsipti atterW1.1.1t1104;...70r1 Calichir- r,,::koherto Arias,. Who bar! narnee at".0i ginit,st !ot the 'eapiditlefi ''.. ''''''r....';',',15.!
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Ititire hivturned.up- atterthi..gqvellitrin tlige ...ought- hirni:-otf'.iti7e..tid' ein Iind 't "i'?'"t
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know that El Panama Hilton Hotel has tir:meke,'Ailoney, but
tgereshould be some limit. 76.,,''''-'4,1.'!v""1
: The other day we ordered a chicken salad lethiotottee shop. It
was brought over, a small portion of chicken salad...i;z.big plate
fiEed with lettuce and tomatoes. .6.6.--66 ,,,,,,te
t Since this wasn't listed on the menu Ave dieriiireatal that this
delicacy, which must be a rare dish indeed ;;costp.p.
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' As my friends (and enemies) have noted; 1 hive. obserVed Abe
golden rule of silence for quite some timelut now feel constrained
to' speak of. something which has become ',?'p 'eyesore to others as
well as myself: ?,.. .."-,
I refer to(!the current practice of the Arm, to allow officers and
enlisted men to appear in public places such is commissaries and
service centers while wearing their workror- fatigue mniforms. This
is,an innovation that could do with some immediattirrective
action. .. i:j.P...-4',.....e.
! I for one am always pleased to see a welkrotiaied,soldier of
oUr Army wearing a clean, well-tailoretl'uniforinlad:.the Army
now relaxed its feeling of pride in its uniform? If 4o;,thank the Lord
for the Marine Corps which still abides by the oictliaiAraditions.
Colonel Blimp
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like to correspond with
City.

USED STAMPS

SECURITY JOBS

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used postage stamps of Panama and would
anyone in a large businesa -,offieltr Or Panama
JoIWItNi!ftlartis,
Box 1.462
Southanst,w,Station,
Baton'llouge, La.

Sir
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, If the posi Ions of manager, cashier, bookkeeper and so forth in
the Central Exchange Office are security jobs, why was this not
diScovered in the long years that many of these jobs were held by
Panamanians? Panamanians with 15 to 25 years' service are now
be'-g removed from such jobs as the officers in charge of the Cen Cents!
ts! Cents! Exchsnge Office slap security labels on the jobs. Is it really
security, or is it so that Panamanians shall not draw wages now be.
int paid to' Americans? Panamanian', managers who have trained
US citizens for ,obs at the varibus-exchanggs now find their own
managerships being taken away. ;
- t How long must this continue? Vtrhere are these "honest, true
American officers" we hear so much about'?
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Honesty is the Bost Policy

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; ArARD CEREMONY MSgt Kenneth N. Dyer, USA, chief
el rk in the Office of the Caribbean Command assistant chief
of staff,, J4, was presented a certificate of achievement for
exceptionally ineritorious service yesterday bk,,Hri.g.Gen4ames
sN't COutts, Caribbean Command chief of staff. In 'the Ward
caremony at the unfiled command lidadquartiWalt C4i Wry
' Heights, Dyer's professional competenoCtrooperatiVa attitlide
, and devotion t45 duty throughout the pitrind May-1956 to April
1959 were cited as contributing significantly to the effective
functioning of J4, Logistics Division, Dyer will leave the Canal
Vine next week for asignment to Third Army Headquarters at
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By VICTOR RIESELS,

(This column reporting for the
first time the undisclosed
post of the illfamed '.1,
crime convention, la based en
exclusive Interviews with tha
land's highest law enforcement
officials. And here, ioo, Is the
brutal reason for the mob frying
to dig Into labor and kgitimate
businessos.)--
Coolly counting the new dangers
of dope peddling, the Mafia now
is trying to extricate itself from
the snarl of narcotics traffic.
The Malia's virtually unknown
Men of substance have given or orders
ders orders that its people are to stop
pushing the "'stuff' as soon as
possible and are not to get into
any new deals in the multi,
million dollar, heroin racket. But
even for the mayhem and murder
dispensing Mafia, this isn't easy.
There are the defiant ones. Some
have been givtn time to get' Odt.
Some have been murdered.
'This is the Onion of Attorney 1
General Rogers, who must base
his actions and decisions oti. what
his new cadres of specialist have
advised him In the pist few
months.

It can be disclosed here that
it positively is the pillion of some
of these intensely informed crime
crime convention was called for
Nov. 14,1957, first to discuss the
dangers of the narcotics business
and then to order the crime syn syndicate's
dicate's syndicate's men to get out of the
trade.
There were other items on the
Mafia convention program- Bill
winding up the narcotics traffic
was the main business of this
cook-out which the police rudely
interrupted.
This column's sources are a aware
ware aware of the startling impact of
these views. For the mob, narco narcotics
tics narcotics is, the most golden powder
of alland power, too. But the
government people go beyond
quoting their anonymous inform informers.
ers. informers. They point to the Mafia's
move out of its counterfeiting
stage decades ago.
Forty and fifty years back oho ohoney
ney ohoney bills were as frequent as pho phony
ny phony bottled elixir. The mob ran
them off RS though they were
stage dollars. The Federal govern
ment stepped in. Sentences rang ranging
ing ranging upwards of 25 years were
thrown at the 'gaslight era syndic
ate.
The boys got out of it quicker
than they abandoned their tight
high-buttoned shoes. From then on,
out the mob went in for bottle bottleging,
ging, bottleging, gambling and narcotics.
The sydicate fanned out into in industry
dustry industry and labor but always
the big money has been in dope
peddling. Finally in 1956, note the
year, Conkrest passed the Narco Narcotics
tics Narcotics Control Act. This law central.'
ized the reporting of all addicts
by U.S. agencies. It setup a Fe Federal
deral Federal school to train state and
local narcotics ring experts. Hea Heavy
vy Heavy prison terms were made man mandatory
datory mandatory for convicted smugglers
and pushers..;.
Harry Anslinger's ',Federal Nar Narcotics
cotics Narcotics Bureau began rolling up
evidence for thousands of indict indictments.
ments. indictments. There were 1;500 convic convictions
tions convictions during 158.
Mafia. chief Vito Genovese, whq
just got a 15-year rap for runninf,
a dope ring, is the latest, but
the government says certainly not
the last.
All this the Mafia's "men of
substance," as some Justice Dept.
people call the Dons' anticipated.
Not too long atter the passage
of the Narcotics Ontrol Act, V;
Mafia decided to issue its con convention
vention convention call and picked Joe Bar Barbara's
bara's Barbara's estate in upstate New York
as the meeting site.
But the fever or crusading ex exposure,
posure, exposure, touched off by the Mc McClellan
Clellan McClellan Committee in '56, threw
the spotlight on Apalachin. one
of those who saw what the glare
had picked up was none other
than President Eisenhower. Within
a few.days of the Apalachin con conventiOn,
ventiOn, conventiOn, the President, summoned
his new Attorney General Rogers.
.wanted,lo'., know just who,
these people were who,could
rogantly run a crime convention.
The President asked for a full re report.
port. report. Mr. itogers consulted FBI
chief J. Edgar Hoover. Soon every
FBI headquarters across the land
assigned agents to cover and re report
port report on every big time hood and
syndicate account executive in
their regions. The result was a
two-part 217-page ,report.
There are the forces with whfch
the Mafia rather scientifically de decided
cided decided not to battle. The odds are
great agiinst the mob.
And out of all this comes the
fact that the underworld simply
believes the time has come to
move more heavily into the busi business
ness business world and into the labor field
PO out of the mess of narcotics.
Gold is gold, no meter whre you
find itor steal it.

Broadway-Hollywood Jot
Celebs About, Town: :- iudrey
Meadows. giving: ber audreygrapa
to GreenwIch, Village 4111 Itedr 1
the Penguin on B.12.' 4 ,.Pat Rooney,,
at 78, aoing the Old Soft Shoe at
Roseland City. Hermione Ging-,
old of "First Impressions" stroP
ling Broadway attired completely
in "gold"-. .Debra Paget stop stopping
ping stopping every knit. and fork at the
Forum of 12 Caesars with the low lowest
est lowest cleavage in years. Sophia
Loren stealing the show from the
Rockefeller rink skaters jtist by
being a spectator. .-.Xavier'Cugat,
whose new horn rim eyeglasses
contain a transistor radio in' one
of the steme.."Porgy and Bess"
star Diahann Carroll ankling near
the park. Patti Page who is real really
ly really Clara Fowler. .Movie,444,111K
bert Ryan near tho' SttMer4te;
He and Mrs. Ryan run a schOol
for tots in Movietown. .Betty
Grable, Latin Quarter star, hiring
a limousine to see the New York
she has read about so much.

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Sillies in Our Alley: At the
Beau trumntel int night a group
of dance fans wondered if the
Japanese Imperial Ballet (due
here next mon'h) would receive
the same advance buildup accord accorded
ed accorded Moscow's Bolshoi Troupe.
"Prob '13, not," someone guessed,
"You see, the Jepanese are now
our allies". .We assume you've
heard about the little boy in Tex.
as, who (when be grows up) wants
to go to Beverly Hills and so mis missionary
sionary missionary work among ,the poor.
Vignette: happened at the
Stardust gaming casinos when the
Duke and Duchess of, Windsor
were seeing, the sights...His Roy Royal
al Royal Highness (who won. $53 PlaY PlaYleg
leg PlaYleg the one-armed bandits)
padsed to watch the dice-shooters
Nobody recognized him.
Famed sportsman Nick, the
Greek, always polite, edged closer
to the table saying: "Make room
for players". As he nid it, he
gently shoved the Duke aside
In reporting the incident to his

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wife, the former King of Eng England
land England nkme-dropped: "I'll have
you Anow that I was just pushed
hiy,thir famous Nick, the Greelt,",
:Memos 'of a Midnighter: Joan
Darby of "My Fair Lady" ind
singer WilliamDiehl blend July
26th. .Lindy's SPurned,$1,800.000
Dr. Castro assigned woman
(Dr. 'Clara -Martiner of his Min Ministry
istry Ministry of ,Interior) to the "Man in
Havana" set., To make sure noth nothing
ing nothing in the movie' disparaget.his
regime, riirector' Sir Carol Reed
has to make 39 alterations.
"A,Majority of One is.now the
hottest ticket in town. It grossed
$54,000 lad 'week, a record for
straight play. .They say the
"Mike McGainnis" who calls
France (Suzie Wong) Nuyen from
Wwood is ackchelly Marlon Bran Branfart).
fart). Branfart). ..110140Ibrook, the lone per performer
former performer in 'Watt Twain Tonight,"
a hit, is the son of an Earl Car Carroll
roll Carroll chorine Mickey Rooney and
Harry James have swbrn off the
roulette wheels for at least a
week. "Kataki," the, Sessue
Hayakawa-Ben Piazza play is
novel entertainmen-. .New York Yorkers
ers Yorkers back from Paris report the
wags there offer naughty post postcards
cards postcards stamped: 'Made in Staten
island."
Cast of Characters: Mitch
Leigh. who writes the music for
Ihe nation's leading commercials.
He makes more money from these
jingles than 90 percent of the song songwriters.
writers. songwriters. .Life plays ironic tricks
dept: Sir Ralph Richardson's bro brother
ther brother Ambrose is his double. He's
a London porter. .The Internal
Revenue director of the midwest
is aptly named: Harold R. Allt
.0ops! Th sad-faced fellow
near Carnegie Hall soliedting coins
via tambourine is not it Mendic Mendicant.
ant. Mendicant. His partner Lumia wri'es:
"Pathique is no, a beggar. -We
ask for money from passerby 'to
aid needy tots. Our courtsy akyou
approach is a gesture of hunt huntbleness".
bleness". huntbleness". Alice Whitson Norton,
77, trying out a new song on.'
Taft Ho'el staffer. With her sister
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Prices in Panama

R.C.A. (LPM) 4:30
Irands that cost ovorywhero 5.30:

Brands that cost everywhere 4.30
r
Brands tillat east everywhere, 6.23

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, anama a o or
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'oval Ave. No 9 13 -- Across La Merced Churc
b
' Tell. 2-3364 2-2666 ';'',,. ) f 'N
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she composed "Let Me Call You
Sweetheart."
New York Novelet: Two years
ago a struggling songiriter
med Robert Nemiroff was- as assisting.
sisting. assisting. Ns. father run' their Green Greenwich
wich Greenwich Nillage beatnik A hangout,
"Potpourri." Robert married. one
of the ,spot's waitresses" Shortly
after the- marriage be composed
a hit, song for Eddie Fisher,.
"Cindy, Oh Cindy", One, even evenling
ling evenling a music publisier. named Phil
Rose dined' there Cid Nemiroff
asked hint to read a play written
by his bride. -, It was her first
playwrighting effort..., it became
Mr. -Rose's- first. show as a pro producer.
ducer. producer. ..That play was "A Raisin
In The Sun" which the New York
Critics' Circle- voted 4'Best
of the Year" few weeks ago.
Mrs, Nemiroff is. Lorraine Hans Hansberry,
berry, Hansberry, May her,ityperiler rib ribbon
bon ribbon never get stuck.
The. Las Vegas Line: Jimmy
Duranfe is back at the Desert
Inn for six weeks. ,The 013-111111
laugh riot. .Burl Ives' Flamingo
appearance is ,a delightftd
orise.,He kent, the crowd yelling
for. more. Me finish of the open opening
ing opening girl number there novel.
ty that gets a roar. ;The Minsky
Dunes', girl-that's, features Ubby
Jones, one of the naughtier strip strippers
pers strippers wish class. The $1 and $2
'bettors Atre called "short stops"
by the owners. .1Ceely Smith end
lLouis Prima Will start at the De De4ert
4ert De4ert Innnot ther Lounge. Mick
Summers, Share singer, is easy
on the eers. Parisian
beau, .in the swelegant Stardust
show, who show the audience their
nudity,, immedittely cover their
chests ivith their arms after the
curtalit falls;
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1 Sbusdli id the Night: At Bird.
keeps his hands on his
bilm SO much he'looks like e tea.
cup".....At.. the bletropole: l'She
caught him on the rebound; He
used to be in love with himself"
the Eden Roe Club: "The
honeymoon's over. Nev., husband
just got back".;. .At Al Cooper's:
"Knockers 'can't aYnone.
What's been around longer Luc
the weather?" ..fr

.
Stage Entrance: Wendy Hiller, -, ;
who won the best-supporting role
award at the -Oscar event, wasn't ,
eyen mensionect on the --marquee ,-
(or given photo billidg out in ;the -!.
.
lobby) at the Normandie Theater
on 57th Street prior to her ,award , s
. ,,..loe E. Lewis' closet and most
trusted friend: 'Aram) 'Petterino,
handsome maitre d'' at El Rancho ' ,'
Vegas: ,s ,Frank Orth and Ann
Codee ,(one-time vaudeville head- '',-
liners) celebrated their stath year ':',
1 of marriage last week. -. .They
were wed at the ,Little 'Church
Around the Corner4",ift 1911. '. .
Stars keep shining- item Twenty
years after the premiere of "Du
Barry Was A Lady" Betty Grable ,, 't
is going at the Latin Qs ss Ethel i
Merman is coming to B'way with --,n "'
"Gypsy" ,ands Bert Lahr soon - -1
mskes hlis tent show' debut in St '- -,
. ..
John Terrell's production of "Du s'
BillTY Wits A 14d1.41, n s f: ','".
' Racetrack Sotmdtrackt I ,,,:-
ever won a photo finish I'd die - .,,,
from the shock": .-.I'Let's ge down -.,s!'''''",
1 br the finish lint and -watch the -1, 4--, ,1
Inas' qui' at the' Ith poll. ." l'IMy :,-':,--.,'"."2,,
'boss thinks I got the virus., I an ','',. .'
Ilvivish I bad It :"and stayed !,,,,,,';'-,,,,,,
ome". ,l'How do you like that? ', ...
hacl th.e double and rm a loser" ,, ,,,t,",
. : "That horse is wettest' blink-
sire 'to he can't see the pistol I'm 7: '.
holding to my bead", ."We'll . ..',.
asrlAY the ll'h asd ll'h races -and --i
then try td figure out who,' the 's- '-'z'
Jerk watt that suggested it",,, . ts ';',,,,,'
"My wife wonted to come along. ';'-sp-s. 1
futt t said no, I don'ts,wan" no t '-
lousy gsmblers In the famPY'stt 'i s
"It says in the 'natlers what the ,',
horse could do. It don't say,: do s
what?". :"Tbev call me a -wor- I n 4,
'ler. Sure, the last hot I WOn I ',.': r:
got beat in a disqualifitation",, t donommili

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11:ou waneto set why biglAs-'
iness is getting bigger and small
business is "getting smaller, drop
in 'on theipuSressioall hearings
staged ; -Reg.' Edward Hebert
of Louisiana,' 01 the Armed Serv Services.Committet,
ices.Committet, Services.Committet, ,You'll set 40
earful., , ,
One 11111112114 aspect 'is thet
e
"Oh, well, we CIIII IIWAYS get even
tonight the trots,"
Conlucious: Save' ?Or, 'Money
When You're 'Not: On It'way Also
Rens Art Never Remembered As
Big Spenders., Only As Rig, Suck

,

' i -HEi.' .4 ' ' 4 Frank 'small. twainess getting am e. ...
Chb"Lahury'ASchof c4thGTeeldSenahNialltP;,-11butSedn't)n'ilYb''utbnm1- mtbLeeeke ;sib-liner.' Pword'e.rt"tet,'- 'kith:E'en' tie's! PmeYon7ot:1141''',-, v.
ashamed 4of It; ...,"I'm like elf .. the is pen y
t b the Pentagon in sure -,
othbleeberecia' ;kr, ,a)kidt'euPtedgielistim. wieben-it.'n frit wueayouthyagtivatinnalla tucothmipesasnitreseeazres. '-'..j.
bou,ids7t.iniomawakw, aeardinsti..yaegm,doredilifse.,n,,einereesacc:atatr.:wiltsepctt ,,...,!...,..,...:.
which co Y
ds North: American -Aviation .:. and. :
jahlu,otteNorhttLoynin:ti'moth;pe.exhru''irmletd.'betla'r:'.61;:.eittne- --hey-:itht.vall:'..e.ny'nse,tima's'as'porttsu'taltainandgi umaa takes tram such, firma at.... ...
Prelerv"e bealth di thIlusAne I -.ed. ,, Aircraft shows that ;-' '-
letter' to IChrushchey regarding thtsi g
itharefetreehilS"'wdraeiesme:ePrellatendieildninieeer'ntgh'''rttelellestiellednbellowtitIrts ;bet vbeYoredtm' artreatim:eslikeotethtblee,eirutidghalfownt b,tal,-,--rigilnwhi,l;rtell.,d:',,;:;..-.,
weerklgi; AG2'rmajte.eerac1;:fehoelnbeftw"asDtvotisi' Lecon:0,inskagreldhndesd,esnalttm',iioabednetNrte:hdtio.k. -'.",,'.:.......7:
bwuthiciht, mweledechburteadhlin
was i studying --'' tmr. -, hogged-down 00 ,fl Th
-- le ii.i la iiit,---'iiwis" re-- ''---.-chur'' le' ht. tedem' tbi'poessibleereto-', prevent --produe- ...
weihol,"- wttbso
teig'aullnner:111:.7g1-.9ta..cakin:til--th'geel:jnirsPli..-1114--b:Inb l'else berti t bott7ene iceksest.any'dieff:'geeletetlitue:',1)0Yeb.'', '-...
talks! etGenees aimed et. ending dooet, eodY.Wetteeretestityingabout 7,
11-bomb tests ancl determined that ell
:se!. ,..el -t,r!m',,,,,t'l!'--.,,---7"1.,.:-'. ..1,-.'1: .-.'' '41 ..', ''..-. '...2': 011"71614:8$211:14t.'2':4111: dae' IV: heta:"d''-egdte:-!th'8;111ber' :titititl'en. 1:titleli :. : :
-!ilsmitclhil tiliensthgardit'emilitsugds,si:wiatenissaw4ettevo'r:seuissut.ste.bpill: chafe store can .be pretty ticket
haittsolswiehnetowit, buis tsgthuesetin, shgetsnutetesthee .,..-,- :,
tgravgtelici:notertelSolnvilletwthelehrr,itorwy. toil ilil-1 d- doemet do it with .tho taxpaifere:
apect ,i'', -uilderground : explosions,
,. money, as Is the ease bere.,' ,--
Church 'figured We should --make' -.4'1; can't reach tbat- coeclusion,1! .,
iompromise h'L henetell -,, tests replied Lockheed's -Gross, -whose
above ground.- Tbeser' tee ,;'' cull'Y company has the prime -contract
be:detected liy".-'-dust ',,,,,partielee for the Nav301Polaris.:"We' are
floating in The stmoapheret ECUS farming, out more work, all .! the
inspection tempt', ,rOiad not De ne. tilre8!',. -1- ,,,, !,'.Y ,i,',,.',:, ,1-'''..!''.. )
Accordingly,,:Chnrchs, wrote -. ct- ',, 41Thit's 'heeling Yon" don't-have
mg $ecretary 11.'litate Ierter,--011 tho-faellitios todty ;'-to'', the whole
Feb; 25: -"As a last resort, in or, jowl shot back- Ilehert;',,,"fTomor
der that the tontemce might; ee; row,'; V you' 'hoe- the; -farilities, -.
break up accompliAing- .nothill3, yeni wilt tie -the -whole Job.: ry,,'' ..i
I Would strongi nrge thtt 'the 1.Jo. 0.1hel thiet -that,. disturbs-. :ire
tilted .litatesf make -a final proviis- mire thee ,anythiett is the, threat
hi:it:ear !Ignrucereatratltaestal"., 1)einn'd 'thane ettlxiredt,11"-virInghtiterDriat's -eitser., th' Ftort'.'-de!kr,
earth's titniosphere.n,; .",' .-- -' t -.- Hardyi.Jr. Pltour -. Only 'nee: alive
:' Herter wrote ,- baCk,::;. karcn .4o tOr;', omploying '.. smalt;',, ,butinetik
that he 4as-studying,', kthe tdea., when you dor. it:because- it. hen.
Later,'Church' followed:up bi erg pens 'to he to:your, advantage-. to
ing tbe compromise on -Sen., Hens: di, lie.,
tin ,forl: stitianallt? bueutine'.1111Vs Merceepci '.
wrTheCna:imthe 1114dppegaered'41jbell tinorebthaseNteLier4 tit accorded ; tinder; the ,-heyeyet.'
eign Itehitiont- ComMIttee, -' stele since of 'lour management,'-!,J11 -I
on -James Wadsworth -whet he Ps ',-"Oh,' no, Vengressman, we have
pearef before-Sen. ,Hubert RemPb the'Ancentive ;of -,',- upholdint -,,'eut.
rey's Diagmament Committet- reputation and- in liming to, it that
WadswoftW said the; State'. D the government is getting ,--,-,1:tine
partment, had the -Church proPel- rectived-,11-, replied., Gross. ,--- .,
al in mind-r-and might -, nos ;it Ito ,,mr,-' Gross, your, -testimon're;
prevent a failure at; Geneve. : ',- ininds me, et annshibit, submitted
,,. no young. :senator front Idle by ; that', North American -Aviation
tcontinued -distreetly needling -' the Company the -- Other -,, daip",,i Said
otatette,;:eD,tegpsiart jem:tnte.s- -,tirtintseallheY,a- -.41 Hpeeybeerr:,:,,dielltits rshoviwarelplietwx-orththe ,Atamit: -.,.,
if tbe Geneva,' taike Might' go' on eri'esn and little business -in 'mil. ;
the VoCkt,:-.President ;;,, -Eisenhower: tile spendiht.,'.411he "-dividing'', line
embedied- 'ther-Vbureb' -.Proposal ...In ran, between the phrase'-111 -Oood
,
a -,personais,letter ; to Premier We -Trust! North Amerlian- had :
Jihinshchey,ii,-;-:',...2., -,..; ; ;-:;',-..' ;'-':-,--.t 'God' nn the big msn's side-of the
.- , ,-,, ,....,4' V -.- -- dollar, .while -the-, littit.-man NVII
SMALL'aYSINIII,SMAL4K.' on:t.tba ,- .ss.11 ..,-1.2..., ,,,i
. ... ,, ,,

-so. tO leCany;
Oen for butiness ;except
that ,accorded tinder, the .',bevevol
ence of your management.'.!,
',"Oh,' no, 'Congressman, we Olive
the -incentive 'et upholding ;out
reputation and ,seeing twit that
the government ,is getting -, xalue
rectived;', replied Gross.
, "Mr,' Gross, your ,.testimony're.
minds me of an,lexhibit, submitted
by the, North American -Aviation
Company the other day,".1 cid
Hebert. ,411t showed' how the tax,
payers! dollar waraplit North Am.,
trican' and little business in 'wfriss
He sPending.,11he line
raw between the phrase .111', 000d
We Trust? North Americatrs, had
'God' :on The big men's side,of the
.while the, little...Than NVIS
on. Me '.4unall,,qrsid4 ,r4He-, had ';
htti)P1 t
tot

IP S-111
, Some girls saY things by tilt
woythey walk, while others waste
: time putting it into words: Ntko
i ,

Owe. Is a agile& 5
statitat p a tt a
', samptattua 'relight mad
, oxquisite detail 'by. the
mutat rattiness
....Italie, et: Batten., ,' .': 0
Combining it I,t it a is a ;'
with teatraint, basalt .;
with' altapikity.. t
' tames Bella stivat b
4,1a patted hasping with
- today's "return te sta.. ..5,
race"' fit home
,- 4 ).- r ;:',.
'; $27.84 :::.
, ; Came Zees' Dativert.'' i
. platoisettiat. ,.
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" -'-' ----"----'--.- --,,,-, fl,. ------- -.t.r.r"- ",'""'" 7,41e---. Win-teci.7t,;"', in-ow-- -just- -who Astoteas ''. ., :- ,, ' What's been around longer tatic 1 ', -''.., --!, , t :1,
" ceremony at the unfiled command headquartert ,,gt Quarry
' Heights, Dyer's professional competencexPoperative attittide these people were who,could .ar,, t- i
' '. N ''':''' . the weather?" ,, ''' 1 ... r 't." i 1
,
' and devotion to5 duty throughout the perld May 1956 to April rogantl run a crime convention.
Y id t k d f a full re- , .
' 1959 were cited as contributing significantly to the effective Thiet.Prteirs eno
. R gaesrse co:srulted FBI A Stage Entrance: Wendy Hiller, -, ....;
functioning of J4, Logistics Division, Dyer will leave the Canal f ' i )" i', 'i, ''s ,', j '' ''
- . ' who won the best-supporting role J i '.. .. , f .,
Pchief J. Edgar Hoover Soon ever,'
Zpne next week for asignment to Third Army Headquarters at ',ward at the -Oscar event, wasn't 11 ", , ". 1-- e ,
FBI headquarters acro' sa the land -115.1 0 eyen men.lonelf on the 'marquee ., ,' ., ,,, t '--, ' .,'' ---' ',' ;
, Fort McPherson, Cm-(1.S Army Photo)
assigned agents to cover and re- But our 1 0
(or given photo billidg out in the !. ,)'? .,- ' - -,'":, '' : I
,w port on every big time hood and
lobby) at the Normandie Theater y ,.'
syndicate account executive in
. on 57th Street prior to her Award , : , 1 , , , i -,'' t. :'
, their regions. The result was a 1
'." '", .-Joe E. Lew s closet and most
- -:.',. ,
' two- art 217- a e xe rt. .
' gE,, OS CO tfalrEvi..001.4.V.4, P 'I) g P
4 ii Vi
, 0 ., ,- trusted friend: "Ar,uro 'Petterino, , ',, -N : 'il 1 t ) ,',.. ,, ., '. ', .; ,,
.
. 4
'
' handsome maitre d'' at El Rancho ' ,. ". ,-., ., f. , , , (
,4 .,
l''' ' There are the forces with whfch
,
, 0 Vegas.? ., Frank Orth and Ann 37 Owe Is it sob& hew
, A the Mafia rather scientifically de deI:1
I:1 deI:1 Codee Jone-time vaudeville head- , ; .J. ,., steams eattsee,ee''
, atm mut
, v phi! oral end
ON '"
. 1 IITI Ap40 ions i
ffhlg
) cided not to battle. The odds are
great ageinst the mob.
. .0
.
, liners) 'celebrated their 48th lear '',", -,,...- ,i, ,-',, exquisite detail b the
.
'
' '''': mutts '. rattiness: 01 i
, ,' :, 0 ' ,, And out of all this comes the ' OUR 1 ma"lage last week. -. hey -' ', ',',.....',,..,141,, -,a, ''''.- itso &
' were wed at the ;Little ,"Church ,',
Toots .,.. fact that the underworld simply Prices in Panama PRICES C.MAMIE t I,t i s a s I ;'
Around the Corner,',ift 1911. . ,,,
Oga I 9 believes the time has come to ,,,,,,,,01 , with teattaint, beauty '
', Stars keep shining- item;, Twenty ,,. '.. .,, .. 'e .,,....., with aistslicity.. '
- Ir. ...1.1re".,- '1h move more heavily into the bust bust,
, bust, 7 re after the premiere of "Du Cameo sotto silver b '' '
t -..,--111.11-1,;4111.. ;, ness world and into the labor field All Brands 2.30 1
I
' Barry Was A Lady" Betty Grable ' 't ..',. :,,-,. ., le parted keeping with
r, All''''''','?:;001111ton---sf.! still tout of the men of narcotics. e 41 today's "return Ss sta.-
. gere at headquarters for v-,t41.1)tvi,-.4....-,(, la going at the Latin Q. Ethel 4. ', s- -,
Gold is gold, no meter whre you rnea" iti hems tura-.
' tam....t r,-,,,106a N,T,
,PROTO quality hand T.L':,:-------- find it-or steal it. '' in I B'wa with ,' '' : ' 1 ' ,',
, Merman is tom g o y , .. ,,.
, --,..-- 4 ,- .. r .-,-.., ,,
, , , R.C.A. (I.PM) 4:30 "Gypsy" kand, Bert Lahr soon .- .- .-, : ,2,,,.r,
' tools you will find all , mIkes hits tent show' debut in St. :- .. , :, ' ' ' $27.84 :: .
,
' types for all uses-from SOCKITS AND anAcsmatas , John Terrell's production of "DU .. .' ."',',...
,, ; , reset Zeus' Dativert.'' :
, .
, ., Derry Wes A Lady?,1,,- ,n, s, ,,,,, .':.: ' "''' 6'4,4.1. Platit-settist, ,.
t t,
, tiny screwdrivers to giant 0 0 Afs.8 , ,. Bran
: ds that cost everywhere .... 5. ,::::: i,
ocp,z9:::oz)
- -4 Racetrack' S dtr kw' "li I '' ''' '''''
Itill IC '. ''. ,,- ;i ',, ' 4
', wrenches. Afid every one it ,, -"
. .,
,
, ', ever won a photo finish I'd die -. ,..: lot ."'' ,, , ,,,- , ., s, ,
'4., tis designed to give better,
ollt Brands that cost everywhere ... 4.30 2 9
t u .i. e down ,. : r
, from he shock ,, ,, Let s t ), iii,iii.i
', b th flihli 'ad. tab he -1 4."- ' ''
k i r e 0 3 litt It WS t ., -.
"
, .,safer, longer se;-:ice. 1.; t ,.
,,.,,, , , l' p
WIINCNIS ., l I Illit tit& at the' lith poll". ., ,41M7 .,,,,,,.;..) w.., 4,.
','' '' 'Come in and let us help you
' , ',; iboss thinks I got the yiros..I on- ',,,'
C.4 J
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44'Tli:;r
,,..,
'select the oats you need. t eve
Brands t 6 23
ihat cos rywhere, .... 17 wish I had It '-"and stayed ,,,, ,,,
,
44 i li ,
ome". ,l'How do you kg that? .....
t
'. PREI'fil means I '1 ' t'
' bad the double and rm as loser" ': ,,,'t;',
..... .
, ...: ku ,,
' t . inat nOTSI ill Wittig di ouild- i
, , f
'
..
' ', PROlessional A ,,,,t,,,,
ere so he can't see the pistol I'm -;"".. -,
, ", SCIIWORIVIII
t '41 0 ." '
' ; ', I artiols! TREMEIIDOUSIAVIllGS holding to my head , Vie II ,. ,.. ,, .,.,-.. ..,, ,, , .. .- 1. .t ,
- 1::'4Vet,' I oar's,' the It'h asd ll'h races -and I, ri,,, , ; , ', , ;..... ''2,4 '' .' .
'
. r .... ".' '' ' '' y ,' '-,' ,,,, ', '' '' then try to figure out who,' the ,- .- '' ' ' '' ''''' ': '- ', ' ' '. ...,, ,,
- ,,, ' ' '" '' ' ' '' ' Jerk WIN that suggested it .,,, . ,., ,, A 4 -., ,..,' .. , ,, .,, '''!'',' ..- 1,,
,
. eel 11,, 10 5 1 oey othetts s .-,..' , 4 .147 wife wanted to come IIIII d'" 00 r'Ativ.110
M67 ij
' ' 'T' '''' but I said no, I don't,,want no ; t '1-, ltle,o' Villi.t0
, pitiorctortor' .',,,
,., , 0 anama a o or
. lousy gamblers in the fam1130? '11' -' Zit,. 'V; tira, .- : ;., : j
, i I
,
,
' '' PANAL'IA,AUTO lati , 4-, horse could do.- It don't say; do sv ., ,,
tentral ve. No 9 13 ---Acruss La Merced Church yr ,...v , y, rusgmhost Asessof ', '1,.. 1 01' 'J, ,)'
. 80 , what?". a"Thev call me a ;Ivor. ',44 --- ,.., ''., ''''' ', ;', ..0,' ,',1' ; '.;
.. ; ' ' PHONE ,3,4550 ) ' ' Toll.' 2-3364'. 2-2566 , ';' f ,'N ," tier. Sure, the last bet I ',Inn I '',',... rt''. , t ', ',, ',,' i'' ,;.:-.:', ''', '''' ' ' '' it "'' -- t
,
, ,
, th. '', got beat in a disqualifitation",, .
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Imtllei
o taxpayn's
ense MOttep
gon in sues .-
npanies are ,
limos freeze-
oe contract& e:,
tenCe
Instead, Mow
chltrzno at
ation and,
howl that
bt to award i
barons He --
own echoos'
ent CotNotth
d Robert E.
zed, defend.
essman lie.
ricient"sys.,
mt -prduc.'
'get the job
ityipusbout '"?
e Rifle bue:-
'o,,,,squeezed
,1,4
,qty efficient
ling 'out the
chain- store 4
1, taxpliTerr
here!
conclusion,w
vas,- 'whose
ne contract
s, "We' are
nit. all the
)
r don't have
the whole
rt. -ifTomor.
la 4
JOb. ';
listurbs
s the, threat
zystent,"-de.
ep.- Porter, L,
ly' ince' still
, ,buelnetio
oust
dvantege- to
anr; PZetee
relli 4 eXCept
the hevevot-
an, we have
'Mint ;out I
ng to- tt that
tting
oss.
mtimony're;
lit, submitted
an -Aviation
- day,"- Said
ow the tax,
,t !forth
wells in
tviding-, line
se 11.n Oood
erican'-s- had
side-of the
itAlian Wait
had 2
,
, t

PA vrox- -rertived;11-, ?toned t
st Hr,' Gross, your
ea esinda -me eg an,inah
k Immo by the, North Amer
ng the Company the otbes
lly, ,10 Hebert. tit showed'
)kea 'le payers!, dollar wars;
go On dean' and little bus
whower apending.,,Th
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thce"livet 'enthce"livet portion a the-V.S. ;Army:Caribbean ,A11.-Artny ',Entertainment Cohtest,' to be' held' at the
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Clyde Itosignotwith. -rhumba stick;s:Pfc. David,..iones,' guitar; f,vt.-,,John Cheeky', drums ;, PvtiJa7:
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Republicanon t 0 11 a I thairMen Democratie end independent 'Mites
yesterday vowed neutrality in'the as well as Reptibilcaff ballots aa
choice of a' ',GOP presideotial van; fq, can't take- sides,', Morten ..sa,
didate althotigh he has publicly en- said.' 'vi4
dorsed nomination of Vice rresi-' 14
dent Itichard' M. NIXOn. Thi chairman ,was interviewed
, Sen. Thruston B. Morton' (11-Ky.) on the ICBS showl'ace the' We Wegni&
gni& Wegni& he, came, our,, for Nixon for tion,',oir,which he propesed,an
president in a statement in West accerit on ,youtit in sekcting I!
Virginia before he was Made, publican candidates, for:Congress'. T,
party chairman.' substantial changes in,, the farm tc)
). s, program ttnd new grass-,roots
But!be added. that he felt he nancing on GDP.,aetivities threagh
couR114 fiebtralinthebothinittirig' theft, widespread contributions.
cotwention neXt Year- lie said that On an earlier radio ',interview "'
a ran canAhavelist own sopiniott Morton said the,'4thanCes Were
on'm Itibjecti still 'Maintain "absolutely negative Ahat' Pres.!. r
neutrality, in heti he Says. and dent Eisenhowe would steP down al
do's '. before 1960 to give Nixon-an edge rti
Morton ;;,saitC, he,' believed he in seeking the nmination. He said :1,1
-would 1)e, able Jeprganizethe tisenhower had "every" intention
ticmal conventiep and setNlip 10M- of .serving out 'his 'term!),
' ina'ting ,pachinery: that :would be. Morton said he had to-Passtimes
fair -,,'' there would' be a NitonRockefel NitonRockefel'
' NitonRockefel' both: Nixim and- ler :contest at the CrOFAonvention .",
'New Work Gov.'YelsonLA. ,Rocke, in order to be lair te both side& "I
feller: Viretdd m a Asked what he thousht

on-Itockefelleten gtienal tieket,
without regard'Aewho headed it,
Morton 6aid with chuckle: "I
know we could win with that.
That'S' a Couple of champions.
Ketittick iengtOtt also
appeared on a' television, program
Ifor Pennsylvania stations) w th
Sens, Hugh Scott (R-Pa.) and Jo Joseph
seph Joseph S. Clark', (D-Pa.). Morton
said the Republican failure last
year was due to GOP failure "to
sell pur merchandise.'
Clark interposed that both 'Mor 'Morton
ton 'Morton and Scott were "magnificent
salesmen," 'but "the trouble is...
YoU liRven't got ,tany merchandise
to sell."
Morton said rthat to win the
presidency, the Republicans will
hoe, to wln, up congressional
seats from the,,,,,Democrats,, He
proposed the selection of "good'
and,loong candidates for t b,e se
;posts, They 'shoul&be 'out into the
field early end:. getd,buildups from
the national party.
hi the.: last Morcyn
said, Republicans seeking election
to the Senate averaged 60 years of
age. The Democratic average vas
42;

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Zone Red Cross, chapter, and the-,
Red Cross- Unit at Gorgas Rospi RospiAfter
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brook Albrook AFT: Mrs.' -Joseph .Brigan .Brigandi.
di. .Brigandi. rt., Amador; Mrs. Neuphemia
Downie', Panama City:" Mrs. Ed Edward
ward Edward Kaanicki, Summit Radio Sta Station;,
tion;, Station;, Henry Konvicka, Ft. ClaYton;
Mrs. Gilberto Maunier, Panama
Mrs.' Nich.olas Powel, Albrook
AFB; Mrs. Arley, Richter, t, Ft.
Clayton; Mrs. Lucia Sheridan Tay Taylor,'Panaina
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Maxsvell ,FrankMaxsvell Nita Mil City; Mrs.' Jo Joseph,
seph, Joseph, Wright, Panama City; Mrs'.
4Venecia Greenidge,' Panama, City;
Mrs. 00tto Feierlein, Ft.,Amador

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NEWIfORK (UPI) --American
tutherans, now divided into near nearly
ly nearly 20 groups, one of them a single
church with only 53 members, are
moving slowly toward ituity.
Merger talk.,.s now underway are
aimed. at cementing together a to total
tal total of seven of the bodies into two
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,These proposed mergers, in the'
discussion stage for leers, would
create one body with more than
three million members and one
with more than two million.
Together with the still independ independent
ent independent Missouri Synod, with 2,150,000
members, these gmups would rep represent
resent represent most,,of the nearly eight
million Lutherans in the United
States.
The line-up at present is as fol-1
lows:
Ti Evangelical Luther an
Church, the' Ametican Lutheran
Church and the United Evangeli Evangelical
cal Evangelical Lutheran Church plan to com comlete
lete comlete their ,merger next yekr into
a united church two million
strong. These negotiations are be being
ing being conducted by the Joint Union
Committee.
A possible fourth member,'
which may join later, is the Luth-,
eran Free Church.
The United Lutheran ,Church
in America, Augustana Lutheran
Church, American Evangelical
Lutheran Church and the Finnish
Evangelical (Suom: Synod) Luth Lutheran
eran Lutheran Church are discussing a pos possible
sible possible merger through a joint com commission
mission commission on Lutheran unity. No
date for this possible merger has
been set.
,L-The two committees have
paved the way for cooperation at
a meeting to discuss matters of
mutual concern and responsibility.
Whether such talks could eventual eventually
ly eventually lead to a merger into one huge
Lutheran church with more than
with more than five million mem members,
bers, members, no one could say.
' As an additional indication of
growing unity, the Joint Union
Com mitte e, representing the
Evangelical, American and United
Evangelical Lutherans h a s ap
pinched the Missouri Synod n
the subject of -future cooperation.
The synod has indicated its will willingness
ingness willingness to enter talks if certain
doctrinal matters could be
traightened out first.
Also being studied is the role
of the 40-year-old National Luther Luther,
, Luther, an)Council, a major cotivrative
agency of American Lutheranism.
The council was organized in
World- War- I as a cooperative
agency to further mutual interests
and activities of Lutheran church churches
es churches in America. It now represents
the eight bodies involved in mer merger
ger merger talks, with total members of
about two-thirds of the Lutherans
in the United States.
AccoMpatiing'unifidation o I
church administration is the merg merging
ing merging of, magazines and other peri periodicals
odicals periodicals arid all Lutheran church
activities. For example, the parish
education magazines published by
the United and Augustan& Luther Lutherans
ans Lutherans will be combined later this
year. The boards of parish educe educetion
tion educetion of the three groups to merge

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next year are drawing up a man manual
ual manual on Luiher's small catechism.
The Joint Commission on Luth Lutheran
eran Lutheran Unity, representing the. four
other groups, has created a board
combining the' activities-of social
missions and social action. These
groups are concerned with influ influencing
encing influencing public opinion- and social
legislation.
The moves toward.Lutheran un unity
ity unity have beOn endorsed strongly,
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following a lingering illness., 1011,
be held at S:30 p.m. tomorrow at
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The 70-yearold Mrs. Young
a member of the Sanctified Church
of God and is survived by beg.:
children: Rudolph, Herbert. Mrs,
Gwendolyn Wray and Mrs...alao
Josephs, and six grandgbildrett"...,
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jilEDDING PARTYWilliam Peter Angeline and his. bride, the fOriner Miss Martha Ann Willis,
are pictured with members of the bridal party later their marriage at Cristo Rey Church in
Panama City. The attendants are, from left, Shelia Wooton, Myrna Pierce, Judy Days, Eliza-
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OU TSTANDING AIRMAN M-Sgt. Ralph F. Brow ning, who has been chosen to represent the Air
Fore at the 40th annual American Legion Birthday Ball, is shown here with his family. From left are
Donald, Browning, Frank, Mrs Browning and Paul. (Army Photo)

MR. AND MRS. BRUCE SANDERS
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MISS SANDRA LEE CLINELT BECOMES BRIDE
OF BRUCE G. SANDERS II AT MARGARITA
Me. and Mrs. Bruce G. Sanders III are pictured following their
wedding at the Margarita Union Church.
The bride is the former Miss Sandra Lee Cline ly, daughter
of MaJor and Mrs. Douglas (L. Cline ly of Albrook Air Force Base.
Mr. Sanders, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce G. Sanders Jr. of Mar.
garita, is employed by the Postal Division In Cristbal.

Admiral and Mrs. Wales'
Honored At Reception
Lt. Gen. Ridge ly Gaither, Com
mender in Chief, Caribben Com
mend, and Mrs. Gaither will en entertain
tertain entertain this evening at a reception
honoring Rear Admiral George
Wales, Commandant of the if
teenth Naval District, and Mrs.
Wales.
The event will be held at the Of Officers
ficers Officers Club at Albrook Air Force
Base.

IAWC Cultural Group
Plans Tiur Of Zan
Members of the Cultural Com Committee
mittee Committee of the InterpAmerican Wo Women's
men's Women's Club are making plans for
a four of potnts of interest on the
Canal Zone On Friday, May
The group will meet at 9:30 a.m.
at 'the Tivoli Guest House be!ore
starting on the tour.
Members interested !II making

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the trip are asked to call the club
office, Balboa 2-0518.
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Initations Issued
For Paintings Exhibition
Invitations have been issue,' by
the Panamanian North Americ
an Association for the Bisation.
al Exhibition of Paintings tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon.

The social event, planned for
5:30 p.m., will also mark the inau inauguration
guration inauguration of the Culture. Center at
66 Avenida Peru.
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Miss Martha Willis
Weds William Angeline
Miss Martha Ann Willis, daugh daughter
ter daughter of Mr.' and Mrs John B. willis
of Balboa, became the bride of
William Pe er Angeline, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Angeline of
New York City, in a nuptial ervice
at Cristo Rey Church in Panama
City.
The altar of the church was ap appointed
pointed appointed with arrangements of white
gladioli.
The bride, given in marriage by
her father, was gowned in satin
and Chantilly lace. gmbroldered
pearls formed a design on the
gown, as well as on the crown of
lace. She carried a bouquet if lilies
and miniature orchids.
The bridesmaids' frocks were si similarly
milarly similarly fashioned in pastel qhadet
Each attendant carried a bouquet
of carnations.
For her daughter's wedding, Mr.
Willis chose a dress of black silk
, with white trim and matching ac acItessories.
Itessories. acItessories. She had a corsage of
I white rosebuds.

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After the church -ceremony,
IveOdizt reception WAS given' at
die t)0M0 of the bride's parents
in Boma. .7 ,,
Vie newlyweds plan to leave for
the Sta,es Late in May. mr. Ange..
line, ra memoer of dur kiarole
Corps, has been reassigned to Pal.
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Emperor's Birthday
To de Celebrated Here
The Japanese Abluadoe to' Pa Panama
nama Panama .Ken Ninomiya and Mrs.
Ninomiya have extended invitations
for a reception Wedneiday SVenint
in celebration of the birthday. at
le Emperor of Japan.
The reception wUl, be given in
the Embassy from six to eight.
Balboa Woman's Club'
The boart of directors of the
Balboa Woinnill Club will meet
Wednesday morning at nine at the
1.1SO-JW3 in Balboa..

San Antonio Coop Study Group
'To Moot Tuesday Molls
'The Sad Antonio do Padua Co.,
operative Study Group wM meet
tomorrow night at the French So.
ciety hall.'
,htembers are reminded to It.
tend.

Fair for Bella
Vista Bhnd School
Said Successful
The success of the fair held re recently
cently recently in the Commtddty WM of
Kol Shearith Israel has been re reported
ported reported by officers of the num
Chapter of the National Federvioe
of Temple Youth (PANFTY),
which sponared the event.
The goal for funds ,to purciese
special equipment for the Helen
Keller School for the Blind in
'Bella Vista was mre than-realifr
ed, it was announced. Eve Et Etsenmann,
senmann, Etsenmann, youth club chairman for
the fait, has exitended thanks
to those-rwho contributed to tbe
successful event by their partici participation
pation participation and contributions of mer
chandise and personal time.
Winners of the prizes included
Mrs. H. round-trip ticke to
Costa Rica, Leo Elias, set of Novi.
take idinnerware; Robert Armitage
transistor radio; Stanley. Fidan Fidanque,
que, Fidanque, radio; Franklin Kardonsici,
miniature camera; Mrs.- Lefts Sa Saso,
so, Saso, picnic table and chairs; Wil William
liam William Home, coffee table.
The rpize drawings had a unique
twist when the name of Ernesto
Maduro was drawn for the Ya Yashica
shica Yashica camera. He is a member of
the firm of L. Maduro Jr., which
imports the cameras to Panama
City.
Maduro donated his prize back
to the fair, and it went to Joseph
Watson of Diablo, high bidder.

Invitations For
7ommy CILA Dance
In Orculation

Invitations for the Pacific Com.
missary Club's seml.formal anni
verstry dance on May 18 were
put into circulation today, accorl accorling
ing accorling to a spokesman for tbe club.
The dance; which will be held at
the ,Casino Vitia del Mar, will
feature Willie Moro asd his orches orchestra
tra orchestra and Albert Phillips and the
Jets.
Table reservations mya male
through members of the club
The final count of votes to select
the club's anniversary queen will
be held Saturday night at the Ja Jamaican
maican Jamaican Society Hall,
Miss Myrna Haywood is current.
ly' leading the contest.

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teenage young lady of the house
might prepare a perfect dinner;
perfectly tinted.
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green salad, fruit howl, 'cheese
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With Peas (Yield: 4 servings)
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Thousands of persona jam, rela Maduroli store on Central Avenue daily to
take advantage,of.the.store'm annual bargain sale. The scene &boil wu taken during the
Parting-day of the sale;, ,

WASHINGTON li1P1), T it e
Air Force is 'studying the feastof-Settint
up a combination
1 military and scientilie base on the
moon 'by 'about 196", it 'was dis
closed yesterday.
Brig. -den., itomer' Boushey," Air
Force director Pt sadvance tech technology",
nology", technology", at the Pentagon, said
,was a -long distance study", ,with
small amoud,s, of government
money involved at present-
Boushey -told United Press Ili Iliternational
ternational Iliternational there was as yet no
plan to put a Wise up tbere, but
the Air Forte was -looking into
fle said the service Would be
"negligeot" if it Were 'not blies,
tigating how to go about putting
that-10 years was tet as it rougn
estimate of the time needed when
"small dollar contracte,' were
given. to ,,indistry last year, Be
was optimistic, he' said, but other,
authorities believed it, might take
- as long as 20 years. 1
Reporting on details: f the Air
Force studies the ';, authoritative
magazine' Aviation 'Week ,said, In.
dustrialists involved -in the studies
believed' it 'might take 20 billion
dollars for the complete :initial,
systent'. to ifta r
''' -"-"
-Therriagiihie indusfry re
veelltirgityvil progress, report' on
..41) it sosiudie, s to .ths Air,4-eseireh
and Pevelopment Command's Bat Batlistie
listie Batlistie ', at ingle:'
wood,' VOL- -1
,The :Air Force '-:, it; tonSidering
tUto possibilities,- according .to. Av,
lation Week. One ,is calks sys
terns x, Requirement 181 and irt
volvess lunar observatory, While
the other is ,,called requireMent
192 and- is I much more -ainbitaus
study involving bombard.
ment base on,olie,- moon for re retaliation
taliation retaliation againt enemy attack. "'
Aviation' Week said ihe recent
briefing on Requirement 183 con.
sidered, Ault linr000saisnt '
, A vehicle' for Abe lunar (trip
should aceommoda'e 10 persons.
- It PiX stage- rocket Probably
would be -needed, four .stages for
the moon trin and two for the
return se-earth.
seheme envisions rock.
et ;' (boos'er-; orodgeine 16.000.000
pounds-of thrust; The, ,',Itnited
States at present is developing a
one, andone 'half pound
thrust rocket which 'may be-ready
in five years and which.! esn be
clustered 'so', produce several mil mil,
, mil, lion pounds 'of thrust.

Ihrushi
Denies

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LONDON, 'April '27.--(11P1)So
viet Premier Nikita' Khrushchev
turned up back in Moscow, today
after a month's absepie that set
, off rumors he was in poor health:
'Without any fanfare, radio Mos MostoW
toW MostoW broadcast a single sentence.
report', that Khnishehev IP"today
rectivetiv in the tho
leader' of ithe'"Oreek progressiVe
PartYi SPYros Markezinis, and had
a talk; with' hitt'''. "",
This was the long4waited
sal that,' Khrushchev who disap disappeared
peared disappeared from ,the Soviet capital a
month ago on a :highly unusual
' spring vacation to The Critics, wag
back Moscow Intl .Aperating 6-
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SYDNEY, Australia (UPI)
crowd of 67;000 persons 'h d
7, 'American evangelist Billy Graham
. yesterday. Officials of his Austra
lien :0,11Crtisade for' Chriset,; said
2.834, made 'clecisions for .Ohrisst"
'41-- at 'the' eon' or the 0-1:;
'crusade-official said the nurn nurn'4.
'4. nurn'4. ber of persons 'who have 'made
cisiono for i-Christ, in Sydney 'has
- !Hammed" Graham.' Decisions, tO
'date total 'nearly 30,000.'
-; Total attendance, at hilSydsey
crusade in ,the twol- weeka- tit, has
Tun went up to. morp than 455.000.

memoolt4;:,.pot.

Micato0Mat.iFOWN"41U004We,,.,;,:4W.9,,W404g

lbAllik

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',,Nuelear propulsion also might
be used for the moon'trip but not
by 1966:- ,
"The Cakeoft weight of the lun lunar
ar lunar wehl01 t, it was estiMs ed,
would, at least five million
pounds.
On the moon, min might'zeed
their own, small propulsion rock.
ets.,:to move around, and ,also
might ,:require space suits tar
more advanced than the ones so
far developed, ,
--0-Nermal rots'ional duty on the
Moon might, run about 20'days."
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upi Man Decribes De4thiess Miracle
In, Strike-Torn N.' Carolina Milltown

' EDITOR'S. NOTE The writer He j
of this dispatch lc...manager ', of about
,,the,,,m01 Raleigh pictures, bu- threv
..reau.Ho" maiwi.4 I m' t his't k
.twice.;0..daiit trips tat, Henderson oil.
sincl., Pah, when the 'Harriet, Nei
',Handersen'atten m re- deal
"'Opened without a"' contract.: He polio
, and l'a" lams et-nowsmen have work
watched -"he develenint Ystrike. week
..1-1ra is:. his description oti,the
scene one night, ia,st wsek.'
.(up1),.. lenc
- think
ltflANK-Vf..1 BIIATTV; beini
miracle ihappons here everyday. On,
,t The Miracle- 'is that no,' ono is ask

, i-silsvays givs me the feeling
of being in' the wrong end of a
shooting lallety; I, always want
to duck when the shooting be begins
gins begins .but how can I when no one
knows where, they're shooting
Newsmen covering the strike
kid about the violence. They
don't make bete on whether some someone
one someone will be killed or no They
bet on when and who it will he.
stood beside a friendly, silver silverhaired
haired silverhaired policeman the other night
policeman who should have
gotten a desk job a long time
He was trying to set fire 'to
several gallons of oil that had
been poured in. the path 'of ears
belonging to Workers who would
soon be leaving the
, he started to light a match
a horle hr the pavement- at our
feet, spraying us both with glass.

lei! Reappears; 1(remlin
unlors Of Poor Health

,
pers last week moved the Soviet
foreign minicry preu office this
weekend toAssue a most Unt131111
statement denying that there was
anything Wrong with the premier.
Merin& lly, perionalsstatus of
a high Soviet otficituos consiaered
completely :privatt. But' specula.
tion had reached' such- a qvint
that Soviet officials told ,forG gn
correspondents 41xt Moscow that
Khrusnchev's health "is excei.
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rat tna;, Anrusucucv ww wooly- L , , , i
peared from ,the Soviet capital n llenry Shapiro,.,Titiked 'Press n,
month '.pip on a :highly unusual fernationat oureau ., manager 'ia
spring vacation to The Critnea,' wag' Moscow, tabled trom there !tt this
back in- Moscow .lind ,operating 6- morning that' Stiviet officials km
gain. 4, -...q, rt ; i -' ; '': sidered ,, the rumors of.,.Khrtisch
. ,. ,, t:, i..' '.....,,.'- ..,",:t,! ',. -,' ehey's Alumni ti',be :s!malictous,"
$ Neither, Ids'. departure riot Ids 1 '; 's. ':.--.1 ., -,,
. 'return 'had been'Tepoc:ed. as Aiuch Subsequently, KhrushclieV's Pre.
1
by Soviet Weis, -$ ) ,,', A sence buck in 04 capital was made
'.. But reports of ;.'Khrushehev's known. in- die onesentence VII
supposed tailing, health' which so- cial ',Tess News Agency' diapa'eh
ared in !tome western newsoa- broadcast,by radio Moscow "for
, ,, ---- the press ahroad."!, '' ::,' ,,i' 1
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' !''''PrOlf tilled Dressing ,''
. ''Ntiv'Irpki !olpii --NOw'X the
time for fresh orange fruit salad
dressing. Piaci 34 cup, fresh or
ono juice insaucepaC over low
heat...' Beat ,1, ,, tablespoon fresh
lemon juice, Vs teispoon ealt and
2 egg yolks together in top -vof
double boiler. ,Gradtially beat in
3, tablespoons ,.'sugar., Blowly stir
in hot orange juice. Cook over hot
watery, stirring constantly,- Beat 2
egg whites until they ,' stand:, in
soft peaks. Gradually beat in an.
.other. 3, tablespoons sugar... Vold
into 'cooked, mixture ."-and chill.
1Before 'serving, fold in 14i cup
whipped cream and garnish 'with
grated orange rind., Makes .212
edPS, . ',.1,' .',., ,..' :
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MENNEN

MINIM

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Fol s
s,
To His- Decal?'
, y
NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y. (UPI)
r,--'rhomas Bradbury, 3, was swept
over Niagara Falls yesterday
minutes- after he slipped into
the swift river about a quarter
of a mile above the cataract.
,Thomas was playing with him 1-
year-old brother, Albert and two
other friends,
One of the other. boys,' 8 yetir yetirold
old yetirold Michael Fornier, went into
the river after the small boy, but
wat unable to reach hint. Michac,
managed to reach 'shore again
and wla no hurt,
The boy's body was not recov recovered.
ered. recovered.

MOP," OIONNeameminoteWoOmmmiaWN

TUT PANAMA AMERICAN -AN INDEPINDTIVII DAILY 147WSPAPTII
,

,,t;n:

He just mum bled something
about "they'd really laugh" if he
threw one back and went on about
his't business, tt7ing to burn the
oil.
Newsmen here have a great
deal of respect for the Henderson
policemen, men who' have.. been
working 18 hours a day for many
weeks.

And most Henderson policemen
think. the nelvamen are crazy for
being in the middle of such vio violence
lence violence

One day the 'angry strikers will
ask photographers to take their
pictures and joke with them. The
next day, they'll throw bricks at
anyone with a camera.
A striker, like Anyone out of
work, is moody.

One liight they warned me
against standing in a certain
place because it was in the line
of rifle fire that wat soon to
come. The next night I got the
camera out and someone" yelled
"shoot the photographer.'

Cocktall.Meat Sauce 1
' NEW YORK (UPI) Chili
cocktail sauce' is appropriate for
either seafood or meat. Comb:no
2-3..cup catsup, 112 tablespoo s
fresh lemon juice, 141 teaspon 8'141
1 teaspoon chili powder, .4 teal
spoon each garlic powder and
cayenne, and 1 tablespon horse.
radish.

Ithie' Committee To,Ctinsidei Jte orm
, , A
Oit.Congresim-en- Hin.ng, Kinfolk

WASHINGTON House (
Admuustraiion subcommittee WILL
consular amorrow wnetner re retorm
torm retorm iegislation !wetted to tat tatcouragd
couragd tatcouragd congressmen trom ebus ebusing
ing ebusing weir mut to put reiauves oa
tiler mime aityrous. ,, 4
- uocoinnuttee without pub pubIle
Ile pubIle ennouncemem quietly
Mr a closeci-000r session to
testimony arm three ,ttepuoac
House memoerswao want to put 1
origoter spotaget of puoacity oa
nepotism Congress.. 1
lbe three are ponsoring tesolu.
tions men woulo require 't t
House members' puolicly identuy
ell relatives on their payrolls and
make, a public announcement
whenever they hire relative in
the suture.
The Republicans are Reps.' John
F. Seawall tCalit), John X. Hen Henderson
derson Henderson -(Ohlo) and ,William
shall (Ohio), )
The extent of nepotism. in the
current Congress was first, re revealed
vealed revealed by.,Vance 'Trimble of the
Scripps-Howard newspapers.,
Disclosure of the House subcOm
mittee's session came es the Civil
Servie Commission., suggested
that Congress repeal an anti-nepotiara
law y which prohibits More
than two members of a, family
from holding carter Jobs in the
executive branch.
The commission told the House
Civil Service' subcommittee in a
repo,rt that In some instances the
law has prevented the government
from hiring well qualified per persons.
sons. persons. It said Such a law might
have 'been needed tinder the old
"spoils system," but not u n d r
present civil lervice.
There was no sign that Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic leaders of the House Ad Administration
ministration Administration subcommittee sup support
port support the GOP, anti-nepotism reso resolutions
lutions resolutions or have reached any deci decision
sion decision as to whether reform legisla legislation
tion legislation is necessary;
Some key Democrats, however,
have privately 'expressed fesr that
public confidence in the PeMOCTS PeMOCTStie
tie PeMOCTStie 4 controlled Congress may be
shaken by disclosures ithat some
lawmakers have put inexperienced
wives or other relatives to Work at
relativelY high salaries.
Rep. Wayne t. Hayi (D-Ohlo), a
subcommittee member said he
wbuld propose that the subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee reject ,the-resolutions and
inslead draft sweeping legislation
to expose nepotism in the Senate,
the executive branch and in pri private
vate private firms which hsve government
contracts, and not just in the
House.
"Personally. have no relatives
on my payroll," Hays said. "But
if it is some crime or it's Immoral
for congressmen to do it, I don't
see why any distinction should be
made for firms doing business
with the government."
" Actually, -House payrolli
made public each month in con contrast
trast contrast with the Senate which keep'
a tight secreev lid on senators'
monthly payrolls.
Reps. Baldwin Henderson and
Minshall have introduced resolu resolutions
tions resolutions which would require-House
members to file statements with
the House 'clerk identifying a n y
relatives on their payrolls. Hen Henderson's
derson's Henderson's resolution also would re

ASTHMA and
BROIICHITIS
RELIEVED

Asthma and Bronchitis attacks ruin
your sleep, undermine your strength
and weaken your heart. Mendece
starts to work through your blood to
overcome asthma and bronchitis at attacks.
tacks. attacks. It helps dissolve strangling mu mucus
cus mucus and promotes free, easy breath.
ing. Mendsco'd action is effective even
in old and stubborn CAPIN. Get Men.,
deco, from any drugstore today and
set how much better you sleep and
breathe tonight, and how much better
you will feel tomorrow. Mendato
fights discomforts of Asthma. Bros.
hitt' and Ray rover.

quire that House. members file
s atements listing any financial
relations with tbeir congressional
staffs.
Hays conceded there were
some "extremely silly cases of ex exorbitant
orbitant exorbitant salaries" paid relatives
by congressmen. But h,e said ,this
involved "A very small minority."
,"People have gotten the wrong
impress4on,', he-said, "that it is s
flagrant practice on the .hill,"1 ,be
said. "This constant hammering at
it hai made people believe it's
general practice up here!,

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.11v, OSWALD JACOSY
Written for NEA Service

NORTH 1'
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MST IAST
J100112 Q765
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44(41041 4875
SODTH (D)
gtAS
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102
4A,79862
last and West vulnerable
South West North East
1 4, Pau 4 N.T. Pass
5 lp Pass 6 tIP PASS
PSSI Pass
Opening lead-4

When artificial -bids are used It
occssionally happens that a play player
er player will play a slam in his partner's
suit. Sometimes these results are
due to pure whimsy; on other oc occasions
casions occasions due to deliberate decision I
by the player with the solid suit.
When South opened the bidding
with one club Cliff Bishop of De Detroit
troit Detroit decided that he wanted to be
in a heart slam with any two ace
bolding of his partner. He also de decided
cided decided that he wanted his partner
10 be the declarer just in, cm' of
trouble in the diamond suit.
With this in mind Cliff -responded
four no-turn? to his partner's
opening club b d. Sure enough,
South bid five hearts to show two
aces and Cliff raised him to six.
Cliff's decision was indeed wise.
If he had been declarer a dia diamond
mond diamond would have been opened
and he would have lost the first
two tricks. With South as declAr declArer
er declArer nothing could touch six and
with the actual spade opening
South,t bed 4,rtrouble making
seven. He simply won the first
spade lead in dumm. drew
trumps and set up his club suit
for discards of both dummy's diamond&

VatCARDSende0

QThe bidding has been:
South Weld North East
16111 1, 2 gt Pass
?
You, South, hold:
444 VIE.110 AQSAJ1171
What do you do?
tour hearts. You have
good hearts and a sound Perkins
bid. It your partner wards to
go on you are mdy tor ldm to
do so.
Tours cluzstroN
The bidding is the ume as ht
the question just answered. You,
South, hold:
6114 foci A3741 4AS1711
What do you do?
ADSVIU Tomorrow

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' HEATHXIT PHONS.CON.' TRANSMIrTER KID MOD, DX-35 on; on
HEATHKIT VARIABLE FRECUENCY CSCILLATOR KIT MODEL. VFC. 429.50
HEATHKIT.T.N.ALIONMENT GENERATOR KIT MOD. TS-4 $75.00
- FIEATHKIT CONDENSER CHECKER Kir MODEL C-3 $29.50
EATHKI-T-TVBE'CHECKER KIT MODEL TC-2 445.00
HEAtHKIT:VIBRATOR,TESTER KrrMODEL VTgl- 522.50 :
HEATHKIT,,BAR GENERATOR 'KIT MODEL 130-1 $22.5
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,
, i-", Justo Arosemena Ave.' & 26th St , ',,. , ,' .; .' ., .', it, TeL343,15 , :

CONCERT PIANIST Prof. Le..
Cordova will give a concert on
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at
the Church of Jesus Christ of Lat Latter
ter Latter Day Saints, opposite the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Police Station. 'rickets, at 81,
will be on Sale at the door.

, National Ate: No. 41
3-4911-3-73411
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EASY TERMS!

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Meets England's Brian London
At Indianapolis Friday,Night

'.NEW YORK (UPI) Floyd Pat Patterson's
terson's Patterson's defense of his heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight .erown against England's',
Brian London at Indianapolis Fri Friday
day Friday night will feature this week's
boxing.
Although Patterson is risking his
, title for the fourth 'time, he re regards
gards regards the 15-roundei- st the Indi Indianapolis
anapolis Indianapolis Coliseum as a tuneup''
foe his June 25 defense against
-Ingemar Johansson. of Sweden at atYankee
Yankee atYankee Stadium.
The Patterson London figlt
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siationtdly by NBC, with a 75-mile
TV blackout in the Indianapolis
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each 24 years old. But Patterson
is favored at 10-1 because of hi3
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ish British Boxing Board of Control has
such little confidence in big Briat
that it refused to graint him a per permit
mit permit to come to the United States
and fight Patterson. London came
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vt London is a good puncher, who
scored 19 knockouts while winning
22 of his 26 bouts. He is ranked
eighth among contenders. Patter Patterson
son Patterson registered 24 kayoes among
his 34 victories 35 starts.
London will out weigh the
Champion, about 200 pounds to 183.
Brian lost the British Empire title
to Henry Cooper of England on a
detision after a bloodT fight at
London 6n Jan. 12;
Friday's fight is expeted b3,
promoter Bill' Rosenseht to draw
about 10,000 spectators and about
$120,000. In addition, the TV-radio
pstkage brings 9200,000. Patterson
expects to get at least $153,000
London has been guaranteed 560,-
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Should London unexpectedly win
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Patterson a returnk shot at the
,erown vtithin PO da3rs. That would
asause an indefinite, delay of the

Little League Scholarship
Series Ends In Deadlock

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'The tvvo-game series between the I
graduates of the Atlantic Little
League and the graduates of the
Pacific Little League ended in a
' stalemate When the Pacific Lit Little
tle Little Leaguers won by a 6 to 3 coot
In their own ball park.. The previ previous
ous previous weekend, the youngsters from
the Gold Cost won by 9 to I count.
Atlantic opened the, game as if
they were going to repeat lest
week's performance when they
pounced on the offerings of Dicki
Ebdon for three hits and two runs.
The big blow in the frame was Lu Luther
ther Luther Quinn's double, which ran his
streak in the series to four, two
home runs and two doubles.
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holing, Bobby Mikulich was safe
on a infield scratch hit, off the
Atlantic starting pitcher Bender.
In every inning thereafter the A Atlantic
tlantic Atlantic side got safe blows off Eb Eb'
' Eb' don, but in the clutch When anoth another
er another hit would mean runs, Ebdon
tightened up and only in the fifth
were the Atlantic siders able to
Score their other run.
'r'The Pacific side boys broke into
the scoring column in the second.
when a single by Lew Fontaine and
a long double off the bat of little
Bobby Ostrea netted one run. In
-the third, The PaCifie Little
Leaguers knotked out Bender, the
starting hurler. This brought in
Karpinski to do the choking. In
this inning the Pacific sent sevenl
men to the,plate, collecting two hi
anent the Nate, collecting two hits
and two runs.
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, In the fourth frame, the Pacific
alders sent nine men up to the
plate, four of them collecting hits,
and three reached the pay-off sta sta1
1 sta1 tion for runs: In this inning Kar Kar1
1 Kar1 pinsid was replaced by Luther
IQuind. Before he had a chance to
get warmed up, he was greeted
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son, European champion, is schd schduled
uled schduled to arrive in New York Mon Monday.
day. Monday. On Wednesday night, midlle midlleweight
weight midlleweight Phil Moyer., of Portland,
Ore.brother of the well known
welter,veight, Denny Moyer
makes hiir,TV ABC debut in a
10-rounderyith West Indian Yama
lBahama af the Portland Ore. Ar Armony.
mony. Armony. Moer is favored at 7-5.
The week's boxing schedule in includes:
cludes: includes:
, Today New York St. Nicks's
Mel Barker vs Emile Griffith.
Tampa, Fla. Paul Jorgensen vs
Rudy Gonzales. Providence, R.
Dan Prout vs Johnny Freiras.
Waterbury', Conn. Pat Mai lane
vs Al Kingt Dallas, Tex.Tommy
Simsvs Wayne Wimachile. Miami
Fla.Ed Beattie vs Rocky Ran Randell.
dell. Randell. !P,'
Tuesday 4',---Wichita, Kans.Nino
Valdes vt roan Hodge. Richmond
Calif. LYie Mackin vs Julian VA
dez. San Jose, riCalif. Louis Mor
lina vs To limy Hunter. Long )3trich
Calif. Prinkie Be Ima vs Kid
Rayo. St.Msul, Minn. .Del Fla Flanagan
nagan Flanagan vs 'Jimmy Martinez.' New
Bedford, Mass.Jimmy Kelly vs.
Ben Jones.
Wednesday .Portland, Ore.
Phil Moyerors'YaMa Bahama TV.
Thursdayl Los' Angeles Alfre Alfredo
do Alfredo Urbinexa Gil 9Adilli. Odessa,
Tex. Pancithlarmona vs Pat Me
Ciy. Maracaibo, Venezuela Leo
Espinosa vs'Ramon Calatayud
Friday Indianapolis, Ind.
Floyd. Patterson vs Brian London
world heavyweight title TV and
radio. San Diego, Calif. Charlie
Powell vs Oti Fullmer.
Saturday Boston'Chico Vejar
vs Joe DeNucci. Hollywood, Calif.
Alfredo Cota ,vs Joe Ko lingo.
Mexico City Ike Chestnut,vs Er?'
nesto Figueroa. Johannesburg
South Africa Mike Holt vs Don
Fleeman.
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with a hit that accounted for two
runs. After that, Luther Quinn con continued
tinued continued his mastery over the Pacific
siders by getting five strikouts on
the seven batters that faced him.
Ebdon, Mikiluch and Fontaine
were the leaders for the Pacific
Side with two hits each. While
Sanders, Karpinski and Quinn for
the. Atlantic Side also had two
hits each. Quinn ran his streak to
five in a row in the series, when
he was stopped by Ebdon in the
fifth with two on.
Both teanis substitued freely. For
the Pacific skiers, only the battery
worked the whole game. For
Atlantic Karpinski, Quinn and San Sanders
ders Sanders remained in the whole game.
The only disappointing note In
the series, was the 'small crouds
that the aeries attracted. This was
a surprise because the little
leagers put on a good exhbition
of playing. Also the amount of fu
raised was also on the disappoting
side.
Of course, if any ine wants to
contribute td3 the Scholarship Fund
which will be used on some gra graduate
duate graduate of the Atlantic and Pacific
League, the contribution may be
turned over to any manager or
coach of either Little League.
Atlantic
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Karpinski, 3b-ss-p
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Bender, p
Riefkol. 3b
Redman, If
Evans, el
Ebdon, d
Austin, ef
Conley, rf
Hutchings, rf
DeBoyrie, lb
Shirk, lb
Thompson, lb
Pacific
Poore, lb
Hoenke, 1b
Ebdon, p
Mikulich, rf
He le,.rf
Bards, rf
Hermanny, cf
Black, cl
Fontaine, If
Htmt, 2b
Evans, 2b
Darden, 2b
Engelke, 3b
Mame (x)
Blaney, 3b
Hummell, 3b
Ostrea, ss
Robinson, e
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June 25 Jobalson fight.' Jc'hans- - ', --' 4 .' ,' pia Invitational Golf Tournament ,,-,- ,- , ,,. ', -", v
son, European champion, is ached- at the Summit 'Hills Golf Club. , , i
, uled to arrive in New York Mon- resi en emon acetrac c AaltbileesonFrewnacsh,
day.
On Wednesday night, midlle- .- ....''' -- '.' Stempel. The highest score to get
t'wanc)d strilekleens ' '''' '.. I r
weight Phil Moyer of Portland, into the' championship flight was -,', --, Lt .
Ore.brother of the well known Gabriel Ossa VicuRa's hard- a net 80 and the highest ICON) :
14LiocifLitli '
welterweight, Denny Moyer A running Chilean 'horse M Just to qualify, fort he first flight vtas
makes hit-TV ABC debut in a USMUS UtPitCheS Hi zinger
raced to an Upset victory yester- 90. , .
, . t
10-rounder yith West Indian Yama ,..
, day afternoon in the featured one This week Isas been set aside -; .
,
Bahama af the Portland Ore. Ar- mile and -one-eighth 91,000 ,race for the men's qualifyisg round and .,, ,. ., 1,- ,4 4 ,,! .4 ;,... : .,,, , 4
. mony Moet. is favored at 7-5.
- i ... , I ilk for first series imported horses at the match play,eliminstiOns .vnll' i ,t.
The week's boxing schedule in- A s Mauricio ips Dipal S-2 m.unrdecr;31
National League ., ,-, ,,:American League - k
the President Remon ,racetrack, start next week for both the men .-I' ;.- ., , ; ,,--,,-,,,,, ,, ,1,,:-.,,-- -...,, ,- -.',
Al Just, a bad trailer his prey- and the women. The apirings for
eludes..
Today New York St.. Nicksis 7 ious time out returned from a the women's flights 'have been T
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with Audie Murphy

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Al JUSIO Race To (
At President Remon
AUSITILIS Outpitches Hi 'zinger
As Mauricio- Nips Dipal 3-2 1

Ey LLOYD BERT JOSEPH
, Final Series
Mauricio 2 2 50
Dipal 2 2 .500
Final Gamet 'Today 4;30 p.m.
et Santa Rita
Hanging clouds limited attend attendance
ance attendance to ,a mere150 spectators but
was unable to mar the beautiful
pitching of Al Ausmus and Lew
Hilzinger as Dipal edged Mimi Mimido
do Mimido 3 to 2 to send the Pane 112
Major Softball League final series
to five games.
Jose Remon's seventh inning
triple followed by Narciso Urrio Urriola's
la's Urriola's game winning single broke a
2 to 2 tie and kept the Dipalistas
championshiP hopes alive.
Dipal notched a run in the first
inning on Urriola's bunt single
and Chester De Souza's double.
Ausmus fanned the first four
batters be faced and went on to
register an even dozen. His had
inning was the fourth. Lou Lindo
and Hoge lio (Papsy) Aikman
gave a thrilling demonstration of
base running and baffled the win winners'
ners' winners' battery long enough fir the
Sportsmen to tally twice. Ernest
"Power" Franklyn opened the
frame with a short fly behind sec second.
ond. second. Linde bunted a short fly in
front of the plate which catcher
Girdleston bobbled then dropped.
Lindo stole second. Aikman fan fanned
ned fanned but was safe on first when
Girdleston dropped his third strike
and had to hold the ball in order
to keep the pesky Lindo on sec second.
ond. second. Lind continued his antics
while "Bufe" Lopez was going
down on strikes. With Hilzinger at
bat the runners pulled a daring
double steal, Hilzinger 01'011100Y
drove a single over second and
Mauricio was back in the lead.
Dipal struck back in the sixth
after two were out. H o ig a n
watched four pitches vtithout
moving his bat from his shoulder.
The fifth was to his liking and he
poled his second series homer to
tie the ball game.
Jose Remon got his first series
hit in the seventh with one down,
a triple to center. Cordoba was
caught looking at a third strike.
Urriola pumped a line drive to
BALBOA MIXED LEAGUE
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mi Hickman 25 7
d Brothers Inc. 22 9
tha Music Store 19 13
a Bread 19 13
nite Bans 18 14
s Shoes 17 15
tual Cookies 17 15
'roams
Dillon Hickman
Boyd Brothers Inc.
Greeha Music Store
Ideal Bread
Ebonite Balls
Bass Shoes
Pascual Cookies

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Canada Dry Hi Spots 1314 181i
Camel Winston Salem 1212 ,19
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer 10 22
Paper Mate Pens 10 22
Turco Products 9 21
n, Leading AveragesRudy 173,
Nickisher 171, Alvarado 170.
Ladies: Rudy 153, Metzger 146
4 Smith 138.
2, Dillon-Hickman 4 Ebonite
The Dillon Hickman Contractors
0 are still paving the road to the
0 summit of the league, and now
0 enjoy a three point lead. This past
-0 week the Dillon Dillies swept their
1 four point match with the Ebouite
0 upstarts who could not get start start1
1 start1 ed. Both teams were off in the
1 opener but the contractors grab grab!,
!, grab!, bed it by two sticks.
0 jn the next chapter Trudi Gar Garni,
ni, Garni, Bob Carlin and Le'e Clontz got
hot and the Ebonites were sunk
by 94 pins. Although the DH gang
0 rolled their worat'score in the fin
1 ale, the Ebonite also faltered and
2 went down by 29 pins.
3 The big gay for the Dillon
lies was Lee Clontz with a 526
0 scratch and 553 hdcp.. In the hticp
0 division, Trudi the Terror of the
0 Lanes, Garni tabbed 579, Glen Mc
2 Nall nicked 589, and Bob Carlin
0 -553. Bruce Morrow 537, Bess
'1 Shepard 534, and Burt Deveau
0 545 were the chief contributors to
'lila lost cause of the Ebonites.
0 Boyd Brothore 'neurone 3
0 Popov Mato Pons I

Paper Mats Paris 1
The Boyd Brothers Insurance
from refuse to be counted out of
the race, and they had,plenty of
protection in taking thres from
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PH center, scoring Remon with the
winning marker,
Mauricio, 'threatened in their
5t1) half of the seventh. Malcolm
I 500 grounded out, short to first
p.m. "Monchi" 'Wives batted for Cas Castillo
tillo Castillo and beat out a grounder to
ttend- deep shorts. Marcelino de Obal Obals
s Obals but dia went in to run for him. Juan
utiful Menendez singled shaply to
Lew right. "Curry' Cordoba just got
fault- his hands on Joe Brathwaite's so sonama
nama sonama lid Hod down the third base hne.
series Franklyn was safe on DeSouza's
error but Julio Trotman speared
nrung Lindo's liner for the third out.

Me box score:
.0,
Dipat
Urriola rf
De Souza ss
Girdleston C
H011igan, lf
Ausmus p
Jules lb
Trotman 2b
Remon cf
Cordoba 3b
AbRHPAE
312000
4010011
3001122
311000
302000
300600
2 WO 0 0
311000
200110
Matride AbRHPAIE
Franklyn lf 4 0 1 1 0 0
Lindo 3b 4 1 0 1 s 0
Aikman ss 3 1 0 1 1 0
Lopez c 3 0 0 3 0 1
Hilzinger p 3 0 1 02 0
Malcolm. el 3 0 0 3 0 0
Castillo lb 2 0 0 5 0 0
X-Vives 1 0 100 0
XX-DeObaldia 0 0 0 0 0
Menendez 2b 1 1 40 0
Guardia rt 1 0 0 1 1 0
Brathwaite rf 2 8 0 2 0
Totals 27 2 4 21 7 1
X-Singled for Castillo in the ae aeventh.
venth. aeventh. XX-Ran for rives in the Seventh.
Dipal 1 0 0 0 0 1 1-3 7 3
Mauricio 0 0 0 2 0 0 0-2 4 1
Rtms Batted In: Hilzinger 2,
Urriola, DeSouza, Holligan. Home
Run: Holligan. Three Base Int:
Remon. Two Base Hit: DeSouza,
Franklyn. Stolen Base: Lindo 2,
Aikman, Earned !tuns: Dipal 3.
Strugit Out: By Ausmus 12; Hil Hilzinger
zinger Hilzinger 3. Bases on Baltic Off Hit Hitzinger
zinger Hitzinger 2; Off Ausmus 2. Umpires:
Matheny, Cumberbatch, Barrows.
Hormechea. TIme of Game. 1
hr. 35 min.
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0
Ili the Paper Mate Pens, and as a
L result they are breathing down
7 the necks of the league leaders,
9 inly three points out. The Bee Bee13
13 Bee13 Bees wr not hard pressed in the
13 first tWo episodes but in the exit
14 game the Pa.per Mate Pens assert assert15
15 assert15 ed themselves and averted a
15 shut out.
1812 The BB's not the Paper Mates
v2 .19 produced any 500 itchy sets, but
22 there were plenty of the handicap
22 variety. For the Boyd Brothers,
23 sisters Jinny Deveau 526 and Ala Alarm
rm Alarm nita Karst 542, and tbe brotherk
170. Mel Leidner 508 and Paul Karst
1,0 523. For the Paper Mates it was
two guys 'and a gal, ,Pris Reade
0 wtih 551, Erple Wolitasky 508 and
' Raul Alvarado 520.
iCtOtS
the Pabst Blue Ribbon Boer 1
Grotha Music 3
now
. The Pabst Blhe Ribbon Beer
past
keglers were pouring it all over
the Grecha Music Makers for the
tnueitier
first eight frames of the evening
fact going into the ninth inning
the
they were 13 marks ahead. Then
the Grecha I caught fire and ;mile
they lost the first game they eut
G ar arz
z arz got down the 13 marks to 4. After that
sunk it was all Grecha who took the
gang remaining three points.
e fin Lou Glud started off with a 223
for Greeha, but cooled off to a 190
I and
and weakened to a 171 for a 584
scratch. VI Itudy, Bev Halliday
and Helen Glud had 534, 511 and
k D5i216-
hdcp 528 hdcp sets for the Music
Makers. Lena Burehette was tops
n'f mth: for the Pabst's Pinsters with 566,
Dee Carter was next with 519 and
Luther, alias Blatkie Miller 510
1 la rel si ns
both hdcp.
BMW
ideal Broad 4
Ira to
Turco Product, 0
!s.
3 The Bakers of Ideal Bread still
remain in the centention, bemg
ranee tied for third place, after they
)10, of baked four points at the expense
0 of of the Turco Product)). The two
from anchor men of each team put on
a bowling .duel, with the Beautic Beautician
ian Beautician from Diablo, Charlie Ehnren Ehnrennow
now Ehnrennow berg beating Bill, Nickisher 534 to
Ifir514 acrid, with Bill having a 204
game in his series. Helping
Ihmrenitbereela aghlideal Zeealens:eans
,, 1 and her 382, and Earl Fretmd 563
, all hdep. Besides Bill Nickisher,
the Turco had Vic Ortiz going over
the 500 mark with 520 hdcp.
200. Pincus! Cookies 3
Camel Winston Salem I i
The new look of the Camel
den
' Winston Salem cigarette did not
' work out this week as it did last
week, because the Pascual Cook.
ied trampled the tri packs for tree
ure puntos. The first two sesaions
Nip clove, Pascual Cookies posting the

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Gabriel Ossa Viculia's hard hardmiming
miming hardmiming Chilean 'horse M Just
raced to an upset victory yester yester1day
1day yester1day afternoon in the featured one
mile and -one-eighth $1,000 ,race
for first series imported borses at
the President Remon ,raeetrack.
Al Just, a bad trailer his prev previous
ious previous time out, returned from a
brief layoff in vastly improved
form and came up froM the ruck
to score by a half-length over M Meares.
eares. Meares. Informal, which got off
poorly then crossed up several
horses on the backstretch, held on
to finish third. Hondo was forth,
mutuels choice Constantino MO
and Homan last.
Ctmstantino was knocked out of
contention when Informal bore in
down the backstretch. Meanwhile,
Alcaraz, which got off on top and
set the pace, had opened an ap apparently
parently apparently safe three length lead. Al
Just, however, was not be
denied and he qukkly cut down
the lead in the homestretch and
score by a hall-length -drawing
out.
Al Just, which was one of two
winners ridden by Sindino
nandez, returned $52.60 to win
and $12 place. Hernandez Os
scored with Pops. The day's riding
star, as usual, was leading jockey
Braulio Baeza. 1
Braulio again had the fans
shouting withi sensational rides
aboard Best and Ali. He made
his total four' for the 'day by also
scoring with Mr. Roberts, which
was excluded from the betting,
and fractious Mohican.
The dividends:
First Race (
1Black Jet $5.60, $2.60"
ZEros $3.80
Second Race
1Mohicano $6.20, $3.80
2Raps $5.40
First Double: $15.60
Third Race
I.Mr. Roberts (excluded from
betting)
2King Size $5.60, $3
3Silvana VA
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Fourth Rae.
1Latino $4.60, $3
2Mama Lola $3.40
Otani la: $$.40
4i01.EMM.,..0
,
Fifth Race
1Me Ilizo $4.20, $2.60
2Yosikito $3.20
MO,,.
Sixth Race
1Best $16, $8.20
2Rhea Ca Bs S320
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Salton R a co
1His Majesty $3.20,, $2.80
2Evening Star $8.60
Second Double: $3.60
.OMMMM
E ighth R a cg
1Pops $3.60, $2.20
2Pleeelino $2.40
0:Willie! $4
1Play Bo- $9.80, 4,40
2Nebriska 6.40
Ono-Two $97.20
Tonth R co
1Al Justo $52.60, $12
2Alrars $4,80
E lovonth R ace
1Ali $3.40, $2.80
2G mil an 85.40
OnoTwo $13.80
first one by 40. The next one went
to Camel 'Winston Salem! by 13,
but the Pascua Is forged WaY
ahead in the hoMe-sweet-home tus
sle, winning by 93.
Big Joe Bieber got himself and
the Cookies a '517 scratch, ana all
of his little playmates made 500
the handicap way. Rolph Dietrich
531, Alim Smith 529, June Blaney
536 and her bubbling Bob 501.
Jesse Pate and Jerry Rill were the
King size keglers for Camel Wins Winston
ton Winston Salems with 558 and 510 hdcp
series.
Bass Shoos 3
Canada Dry Hi Spots I
It looked mighty -gloomy for the
Bass Shoes, when the first half
winners. Canada Dry sparked by
Manny Fernandez' 200 took
first game by an even hundred.
But the linguist Herr Claus
Kleischmann, took charge with
a 211 effort, and the Bass Shoes
won the second game by 88 pins.
In the last game, the Bass Shoes
not only won it, but overcame the
first game deficit, to take the tp
by seven maples.
Kleischmann finished the evem
ing with a -518 scratch and 590
hadcp. Jim Catron traveled from
Gamboa to take back sbo hdep,
and Din Me Guire went home' with
a 525 Julep for the Bass froqt froqtwear.
wear. froqtwear. For the guys and dells that
ere getting. ready for the playoff,
Manny Fernandez had 539, Bruce
Hassler 509, Mimi Metzger 513,
and George Metzger 508.,
TODAY! ENCANTO 35 .20
Mark Damon
Clentie in
"Young and Dangerous",
Rex Reason In
"LINDER FIRE

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a son e
Edith' n t 71, w.ith
stood the challenge 0f 34 women
golfers and the Atlantic Side golf golfer
er golfer carried off medalist honors in
ihe women's section 'of the Juve Juvepia
pia Juvepia Invitational Golf Tournament
at the Summit 'Hills Golf Club.
Mrs; ; Mathieson was two strokes
under Alyce ''Irrench 'and Helen
Stempel. The highest score to get
into the' championship flight was
a net 80 and the highest score
to qualify, fort he first flight vtas
This week has been sit aside
for the men's qualifyisg round and
the match play,, eliminations will
start next week for both the men
and the women. The apirings for
the women's flights 'have been
posted at the golf club and any
time After three o'clock today play
ers cast call the club on phone
4-388 and get thet elephone num number
ber number of their opposent.
The Summit Hills club is more
than satisfied with the fine turn
out for the otomen's flights and it
hopes that the tournout or the
men's section or the tournament
will be as good.
The pairings for the first round
for the women:
CHAMPIONSHIP' Flight
Upper Bracimt
Edith Mathieson (16 vs. Pat
Waring (18)
B. J. Nelson (24) vs. Julia Hu,.
din (17)
Helen Stempel (15) vs. Helen
Thompson (36)
Pearl Trim (13) vs. Editta
Mannix (28)
Lower Bracket
Alyce French (17) vs. Eve
Wright (20)
Louise Jones (13) vs. Ruth Tor Tortorici
torici Tortorici (13)
Connie Bishop (11) vs. Harriet
Sergr (16)
Ethel Perantie (11) vs. Bobbie
Hughes (25)
First Flight
Uppitr Bracke
Bev. Diller (16) vs. Wilma Ri Riley
ley Riley (21)
Mebs Ausehmer (25) vs. Ele Elenor
nor Elenor Borgis (36)
Faye Day (28) vs. Pauline Zon
(29)
Eve Mosteath (30) vs. Jay Mc McDo,nald
Do,nald McDo,nald (29)
Lower Bra clot F
Joan Clare (26) vs. Ruth Rig Rig-
- Rig- ney (35)
Joan Sulivan (20) vs. Velta
Sharp (30)
, Betty Coleman (32) vs. Ruth
Wallace (14)
Maxime Hood (22) vs. Doris i
Leeser (31)
First Round Matches will be
played the week ending MAY 10.
Official starting tie is 9:00 cm.
Sunday, May 10 if players are un unable
able unable to agree on asy other time.
Starting today and continuing
through Sunday the men will qua qualify
lify qualify for the Juvenia Tournament 5
Practice rounds will be permit- v
ted any day except Sattirday and v
Sunda. To enter the tournament 0
a player must sign up and get a t
Juvenia Card which will be num (
here& The first round a Olyer tl
plays after signing up must be I
counted as the 'qualifying sore.
Players will all sign on the same
sheet the Tournament Committee I'
will place the names on the tour- e
nament sheets in the flights which 1,,'
the players handicaps indicate
they should be entered in. ,Play- u
ers must trY to qualify in the
flights according to their handl- f,
caps, except that any player, who ti
wishes to, may try to qualify in
a higher flight. That is, if a play-
er has a ten handicap and feels i
that he can qualify in the cham- ..
pionship flight he -may do so; but
if he fails to make, it on the -t
championship group he will be out e
of the tournament. a
There will be five flights of six- r
teen players each. It is- possible ti
that if the number of entries is ti
great enough another flight might
be added. The breakdown on the r
hasdicap groups is as follows: n
' Handicaps 0-9, Championship I
and first flight
Handicaps 10-14 Seiond Flight
Handicaps 15-19 Third Flight
Handicaps 19-24 Fourth Flight
Just about every amateur play player
er player on the Isthmus -Is eligible to
play In the Tournament. Playera
must use their club 'handicaps to
determine which light they enter.
If they belong to two clubs they
must use the handicap which is
lowest; If a player does not have
an established hasdicap he can
enter the championship or first
flight. No handicaps will be used
ill the eliminaUons which start
next week.
The player with the lowest me medal
dal medal play round, regardless of what
flight he is kluklifying 'in ill be
the Tournament medalist. The me medalist
dalist medalist will receive a Juveniatra Juveniatravel
vel Juveniatravel clock. Winners In each, flight
will receiVe Juvenia Watches, run runners
ners runners up wil get ailVer prizes. The
tee prize is a Juvenia watch and
the' winnetwill lave their choice
man's watch. The finals will be
played May 31' end immediately
after the matches Aire' completed
the golfer will be the guest of
Henry Sommerfreund of Atercurios
at a buffet luncheon during which
the prizes will be awarded.,
All matches will start the next
week., Women will not be permit.
ted to startt heir elimination
matches this week. Women will
be allowed three luarters -of the
different' in handicaps in their
matches. ,
Tht Tournament Committe hopes
that the' players wiU help keep the
oourse la the beet possible tondi.6

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Milwauke0 7 4
San Francisco 6.600-',. 14
-7 6'; 531 114
7 7 .500 2-
Philadolphia S
Pittsburgh 7-, .417'4
St Louis, ...,4 11' ;267 Stli
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,
S Francisco it Philadelphia (N)
Los Angeles. at fiftsburgh (N)
Chicago at Milwaukee OD
Only games scheduled.
, Yesterday'S' Results': :
Milwaukee 102 -401 200,40 15 7. t
Cincinnati 006 020 111,41 18 ;11
Burdette, Flartmin, Itush'., Buhl,'
Trowbridge, Spain! (2-i) and Cran Cran'
' Cran' ,
Nuxhall, Schmidt,. Peila. .1ptC1
Acke:, PftrkeY (3-1
ley.
San Francisco 901 001-100-3 8 3
Chicago ,000 010 001-2 4
Sanford (3-1) and Schmidt.
Hobbie (2-1), Singleton 'and S.
Taylor.
,
Los Angeles' 205 002 '1644-17 20 '3
St. Louis 201 05 002-11 16 2
Koufax; Erskine, lAbine, SaydeF
(1-0) and Pignatano.., f
Mizell,, Nunn, Blaylock. Claik
1), Jackson and M, Smith.
(First Game)
Pittsburgh 106 010 100-9,14 k 0
Philadelohia 010 100 000-9 '3 2
Law (2-1) and 'Burgess. ''
Cardwell (0-1), Hearn, Conley,
Farrell and Hagan.'
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Pittsburgh 102 000 200--'5 8 2
Philaedlohia 003 002 50x--10 10 0
Friend (0-3), 4 Porterfield and
Foiles. , 4
Short, Meyer (1-1") -aria ThOmas.
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Tournament Of Champions

By MAL WOOD
.,
LAS VEGAS, Nev. (UPI), --
Scowling Mike Souchak, all heart
when the going was toughest,
1;
withstood the ast-ditch stretch bid
of the brillian fired-up Art Wall
to win the' cov ted Tournament of
Champions crown yesterday and
the $20,000-plus pot of gold that
goes with. it.
Seuchak posted a struggling 7,
five over par on the final 18, to
edge Wall by two strokes. The
winner had a 42-hole score' of 281
Compared with 283 for the limner.
up.
.
Leading by five strokes as ', the
final round started, Souchak' sow
the clever Wan whittle down to
one, stroke, with four boles to go.
But Wall, noted as one, of the
finest putter!! in-the history of the
lion tott the heavy traffic expect expected
ed expected this iveek. By repairing dam,
age to 'greens made by balls and
replacing divota when possible
the players can do a lot !,;( keep
the course in' good shape. 4
U.S.O.. rules modified by local
rules will govern play in tbe tour,
named. Copies of the local rules
are available for all players:
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Chicago 000 800 000-6 8 3 :
Cleveland 100 03). 000-5 9 0
, Wynn (2-1); Staley And Battey.
Perrarese (1-1), Clcotte, Perry, 7
Robinson, Erfogs 4nd Nixon.
(Second Genie)
Chicag6 030 000 002-5 10 0
Cleveland, .000 000:101-2 t IT
Pierce (2-1) and Lollar. .1,4
,,, Bell '(2-1), Grant, Perry, Robin Robinson&
son& Robinson& Score .4nd prown. ,..

(first Gam.)
Baltimore oo 003 002-3 9 0 ,,,,
New York 101 001,100-4 10 ,1
O'Dell, PaopaS (2-0), E. Johnson
and Ginsberg, Triandos,
Sturdivant. Shantz, Ford) (2-1),
Duren' and Howard.
l(Second Gams)
Baltimore 000 002 001-4 0
New York, ; POO 101 000,,-2' .$ 1
,Wilhelm (2-Or and Triando. ;"
Maas (1-1) and Berra,
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Detrog 100 101-000-3 18 0
Kansas City 013 000 00x-4 -9 2 '' 4
Bunning (0-2) Davie and Bette- ;,

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'Grim (34.),.Ita ley and HOuse. ' "4
Boston '000 000,001-4, 9' Oca
Washington 100 100 00x-4 6 2
Casale 114), Will and Wbitea 11,
Fischer (1.01 and Courtney.

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game, came apart on the 14th
hole when hAt four-putted for a
doithle-bogey; while Big Mike ,fol ,folart
art ,folart lowed on the same, hole with a
st, par four. That was the clincher.
bidn,
all Thrilling Finish
Lod It was a thrilling finish on the r,
tat wind blown (25 miles an hour) A,,
Desert Dui COuntry, Club cOurse,
where 26 champions from all over ,,
17, the nation competed for the rich
to prizes.
'he 14--, I
In addition to the 610,000 that
er- he gets for winding the tourna tournament,
ment, tournament, 4otichak probably. will ,get (
10 per cent of the, Calcutta pool
:he net--whiilt would be another,113,-

Wall ieti 0;000 for second plaee
with :proably -10. per,. cent of -:the
second-place 'Calcutta pool of $68,-
800. .alreatly, hid, won More
than',$30.,000 in ,:prizes this' year.' 11:1
;you ,"can't Wii4-;second
place Isn't' bad,". 'summed up Wall
after !the. lourna ment;
-The whole four days of ',play', ',:"!
featuring the 'two; men itt, down downthe
the downthe stretch duel, was ;wrapped -up,
on, that fatal, talth , 3.1,!
,

reached:the. green ,on 4he
liar our, ;113-Yard hole in regula
tion, figures; using Awn shotu He
was about' 40, feet' aboVe the ,Vin
and' had, a steep; down-h111 putt
over a.! ridge 'He.had totap the
ball firmly to get.it over the hill,
Then-it took off' as though, follow.
ing, it,'''magnets.,; went .-13 feet
the Ple. 4,-
A e ,
Was sitiaairint":

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.'iltit,' figuring te 'lid td live it -''
at:choice to 'avoid ,. three-putting, , ,.et
then rolled six ,fect past' on the 7.,' '''tli
Way back-'-and hislchancesIor the
iciariza Were Idlied,' 0,-:? I. ."'''
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,, M a 1 ter 1, champion had 0 lott
nines 'of 36-31 tor se,,74., ,Southak '" '.
hat 39-38, ,,,".-v ,,,, ', ,I,,. -- ,',,, o
, ': "',I really loiliggered around ,thag ----Irk
churst,P, said ,,Mike.,', .1'that Wind 4
was 4oe' tough'. for ma'.' "- ', 1"'
4 Then, in a momenL'of 'glee It ,;,(4
the victory he added;;,4,'. ,, ,,, .. ,r .1'
,,r4 OrieS ;, Who, hi ,':11' friend. of ,,,,trin'
mine, followed, 'me ;;; around,. the ,,-'! .!,4
course today., qiiink We; 'must i 11.1114
have -Worn out his ',Rosary, bentio ::,1 ',tt,
praying for 'Inn: lie Trobably said ,,-,,,,,tod '
more 'Hall Marra, t1' for ,alik today '.,,,t,' -; r
than be hat 1, said lit, a 'Month. ,,,,,,,- ;r
, Three 4,0 tiMi ',former chrinpieo t 'A':A'
Gene Littler of San Diego finished ,' PP 1,1
In third place,' wit,g4, a ,, ggs ,Ays t ,,,t A
rounds, of 7172-71-71-good eaougir 'Plqe71.
for $3,000. o, -',,,,,' i 0, ,...kt i t ,t 1,, ', ,
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played in the final.twosom, with 1,,, A' 4
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and finished kr a three way: tie , ,
with Diug Sondem, Miami ,Rearito
Fla.rt and ,.olios Som., Mid,Pinese ,
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FAGS SEVEN

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(By Special arrangement with
"The Professional Golfer Mall,
. sine" April l95t). -,- ',. -.
-,," The PGA's second- annual Ca Ca'
' Ca' ribbean Tour was a huge success
' from start to finish'. '-1 , ''
, It provided more evidence of the
almost incredible -growth of golf
.; in the lands "south of the bord
, er." It was a revelation to our
American professionals,
,
A party of 25 PGA players made
the trip, playing in open inVita
, tionals an Panama ,City, Nalencia,
'Venezuela,- San Juan,, Puert,o Ri Rico,
co, Rico, and Kingston,-Jamaica. ,-, ., ,.
The four PGA approved tourna tournaments
ments tournaments which made up the Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Tour 'were. under the joint
supervision of the ,Ilouse of See
gram and lite- PGA of America.
It was a real privilege for the
players and. for, mew, ea, upervt-,
sor of the Caribbean Tour,'",tti 're-'
,, pre t The PGA of American and
,
't"' ,.,.., endahli'ilideipitality:wideb
e..et
'1' Vire accorded ,P of lie, in each
4 of the four countries which we vi visited
sited visited helped rpake the journey the
success that'," it' was,' -' ..,',
,
Leaving Miami Ind Loa' Angeles
at about the same time, our PGA
players arrived,. in, Panama ?a ?around
round ?around 2:30 the Mrding of:Jan of:January
uary of:January 27.
Even at that-,early 'morning
hour, -quite a.,' delegation was at
the airport to greet' us: Leading
the welcoming party was Tottrni Tottrnibent
bent Tottrnibent Chairman 'Dick Dehlinger."
After being given the "freedom
ef the port," all of us wire driven
to the" beautiful El Panama Rotel
for a short, but' 'much needed
niches rest. -'''-,,,,, -,1 , ,
1 Next morning,'Ernesto, de la'
Guardia Jr., President. of the Re Republic
public Republic of Panama, came to beet
pew members of Ow troupe 'and
visit 'those' who were there ,-, b
1M13. , :
Like 'our OW11 PresIdent Eisen J
bower, the chief of the Panama.
siln government is, a Colf enthu-,
east. He's also a fine player,' fre frequently
quently frequently shooting in the 70s. ",, y,
, The Panama Open -Invitational
vas played nit Panama. Country
Club's beautiful, well groomed
course. , ..,,z .",,I, ,', ,

, After '11,' week. In'''Panama,' Our
party ,flew on' -, to : the,. next- itoo
. Irenezuelt... At the Carioca, r, ale ale,
, ale, port we were met by TOO Ilaralt
, :Machado and IX ,Osear Gil Sant
,,r Then 'citie.,the veostr,iiecfsintliir
,, taxi ride on &thrilling ride though
the mountains' to ltarca)-z a dit.'
'. Unite' of '100 waits from Caracas.
,',.TbA TIotel Ottarcay;,, where we
mint' the week. bail the' larvest
sod most muutual. swimming nont'
I've ever ., seencomplete ,... ,. witl,
falls and 'ter& plants. r.:', r.,: i.,-"t- ,,,,,
f',- Recently, y comnieted,' -CarebobttCountry
Club was ,,the Ito of ,the
Iresecuels .ouctrylvitatjoust- ',,.; ;,
Senor Baralt and Dr. Gil sbowed
eor rollers 'what is truly' a chsmt
tionship course. The' platmed club.
house and swiTorine sool willput
it ct the too it, facilities. -' ?
, ,l'he ',, htondav ,,reftec ;, the t"Our.
ailment our olavers bad an nter.
esting drive 'back to Caracts,,..i
. There', We ware' guest& of 'Se.
Yint 'Sorel tam Dr, Gil, af,4,10,
at the- 1711111,,-, A VIM' Ovolver? -rig
where ,, a! PGA lnember .IlarolA
., Simmons,- la ecolosaimal,,, ,.....r. ,,,:, -1
,), Ai plwaToi S11,101011 greeted 'One
. pfl 11 ,with 'hi. toil, ,,po r,, anti
,tlearty baneehake, -of Aveleecee.,
1.,', tootylnq roostin os,;,,,roodov,
elcbt. we arrived at ', the-besull.',
. -fel. morleen same' se Paw ;Jose ,
4Puerto itico:- et,' about, -1 the' fol. I
r 10e'l n It III Ornill P e' :i 1,' ''''',: '14' '''' ' ''''''.
're''' 1) e VII t 0 4111 late, lloor: Alkelp
t vorruells,? f. Airy -,,end lotrs.',,Gesige'
itTeale and Luis itlmuderi of Ses,
1
,, rh gram Overseas. tornoration "were
r,ron ,band ,to greet, ticl,,,"., ,Yr,,,7,rtr,r7,tx
1 '-,',' A' host,: of ,otbers also t came to
- 'weleome our.,,Ipattyx.';'i li ir 4 '''''r'.
Ng rhp., Puerto !tie Operr.,' Invitat'
, '',Iiecoct, was Plave4' over the,' Ser,
t ",wie,144"ounlry A Club , rows, l,rtn
'., ','.,, lee het eve bees added
k flO we were Isere- in 1958,;?..". i
:- -11,,-.ItA,,,- t;,I,',',,r''' -.' .:,
l:'."..'; .:4., "itot''. P.: ,t,r,'!,' ,1,,'. I i,.

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,
4totige ', Tealei'-' be lime as
professional at A the eotirsi tear
Sabana 3,1ana, had both the old
and the new Diliel in. truiy ex9ellertt:tondition.-
--'i '4' 7,'' ',.

Simday night, after, the' tourna tournament
ment tournament Wei 'over, all" of 1111 were
guests of 'Frank Marahall,. Executive-Vite-
President of the House
of Seagram, at a buffet:dinner. ,, 1
During, Ur P,tierto Rico, ,1
ive 7' had the :pleasure- of visiting
Ed' 'Dudley; Who'' s'erVed its ,-Pre- 1
sident 1 of The PGA of 'A:nitrite,
from 1942 through 1948;4
"Ect,"'for many 'years ProfUisiti,
al at Augusta National golf Club
now-leads the staff of ',Laurance,
Rockefeller'IC fathiloua Dorado
Beach' Voir ,-
, ,OurInext frOhttudtO
co lo RingstOO in. the' Britisli'West
Indies, mai comparatively 'fahort.'
We landed-. at Ringston;aimrt :at
12:30t Monday .aftertloblt.
c,
,
','Leading the grOup which. wet,'
corned us to Jamaica' Were.'jack
Ashenheim, Iohn,
'Dunn, John': and.pther who
vie had 'met :the' year before.
.,,'The,-hmalca Open Invitati.mal
was- played ',, pictures4ue
cham.pionship ,rourse of the Cay Caymanas
manas Caymanas Golf and Country Club
near Kingston,'
-,:paturday lholleyertgave
a, testimonial Trank
Marshall's honor at the unusual,
and outstanding Blue Moimtain
Marshall ieceived 11' set of neiv
golf :clubs -and a scroll bearing
the signatures ,of all the ,,plavers
whomade the setond annual PGA
Caribben .,
'4 A 'wonde' .bappened tol
me' there,. when the players-pre.:
sented me with a beautiful,,watch
with an inscription on tile back.
:Thanks again, fellows!
,
,
,
' A ,,very' impressive ceremony
Sunday eveninubrought the 1959
1Caribbean ,Tour to an, endlThe Sea Seagram
gram Seagram TrophY and other reins
were awarded -at the festivities.,
Afterwards, 'some of the :play
era, flew to Baton Rouge to pick
up the PGA Tour. Others' 'hey ded
for Maimi' aid thence on to their
homes or 'their' winter, jobs.
,A11. of Us,.want to take this 'op,
nOrtunity to thank all 'of tbe folks
in Panama. Venezuela, 'Puerto
co and Jamaica for, theit,wonder;
hospitality.:, ,,
It is the bone' orell whO Made
the second 'annual PGA, Caribbean
Tour that' we will have the vri vrivile0,
vile0, vrivile0, of visiting all of tbeir coun countries
tries countries again in 1960;
oolf :in the Caribbean haii a truly
bright future.'' ,
' Our 'special thanks 'go :tot Frank
Marshall and to ,the Mouse ,,iif Sea Sea'gram
'gram Sea'gram for their '100 'per tent
operation and 'their help. in con conducting
ducting conducting the tournaments.'

Diab Dusinisi

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Vtotten''i Ettiw ling
tgile' fleet!
.; , .,
Ladresti The Dna ivill form to
- the Tight at 7:30, 0.K-today on
the' second floor of the.; Diable
Service .Cente4 when the Diablo.
Sustrussi Womenssil owling
League Will -split the' deur the
nate earned 'peat bowl.
Inn meson; '
: ',' The league bifida!, Oro Orotodyguerdi
todyguerdi Orotodyguerdi for sense of the
oats who wilt haul away the thefilthy
filthy thefilthy 1t06, IS 'you' abowlerettes
who rolled' In the Mends) hipht
legeue 6t Diablo, 'be sure to be
en hand to relieve the treasurer
, Of thi

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PUNISHED' PON INEPT;
' LPAMINOTON, Englana, (UPI)
'-000'Ajuvenile, court yeaterd sy
nlaced an loyeapold, girl on pro.
bition for three' Years tpr. steal.
ing .20 daffodils -from oLtbe;Jleamo
Ington Almer bank ark; ,o Her
name was withheld under, tritisb
vaults: Conrt Iroctittra. Jo

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Toui

13HS

The Devils of Jun College
bope to rack up their third win in
as MAY outings tonight at the Bal.
boa Gymnasium,
ik Their opponents for the evening
will be the Bulldogs of Balboa High
School. ,
, In their last encotmter, the Green
and White downed the lted and
White by tbe score of 52 to 39 in
sOmewhat onesided, affair. How However,
ever, However, the Balboa' team looked
greatly imnroved In chalking up
their inifial win of the season &-
Wont Cristobal High.'
, ILK& romned tn easv 45 to
33 win over the 71 whiel the
Devils were hard, pre Al to main maintain
tain maintain a ten-noint adventage cower
tha Gold antl Blue quintet. In thin
game the- J.C. bolts Iffne
immensely by, their- fmtI shpoting
They made for ten while ihe
loser of C.H S. were earning II, for
22 at the charity line., Had the
foul shot Percentages been revers reversed,
ed, reversed, the Devils might well have
tasted the bitter dregs of 'defeat.
It Is not anticinated. howevsr. that
!the ,Devits will again be the vic victims
tims victims of the whistle blowers to the
extent that they were on the
friendly court of Margarita Cvm.
The clean playing Cristobal boYs
are to be commended on thele 9-
billtv to refraht from fouling to a
marked degree while being set un unon
on unon by the rough and uncouth vil villians
lians villians film the Junior College.
Although exneriencing Vita a bit I
of diffiellitY running un resnec resnectable
table resnectable point total. the College kids
,,layed a 'mod better floor, game
than they displayed agoinst the
Bulldogn in their inner. Tonieht's
VMS shaves up as a battle of set
idiot artist' Don Alexander of j. C.
arti Lem Kirkland of &HA,
If the Balboa boys choose to
eoncentrate' on StOntling DOrillif
then little brother Gary should
handle the situation as he did in
the CAS. game. The J.C, gang
feeln eopfident that BATS. will not
bp able to tome no with a defenne
that can stop hoot their outside!
ard inside soecialists.
, The Alexander brothers wM
Oven canaille assistance by ROn I
Mead, BM Plbson and Bruce Spur Spurlock.
lock. Spurlock. Balboa's Kirkland will be
augmented by Tom Cunningham,
John oMrris, Russ Stromberg and
Gary Ness.
Game time---V.15 at the Balbao,

Itigiim Trains
,
For Colon 'Go,
Agiti,st Sykes
,

Top ranked tTS bantamweight
Walt Ingrant, who fights Panama
118-polmtl2 thamplon Edwin Sykes
Sunday in a ten-round feature
bout at the Colon Arena, began
training today. at the Arena.
Itngram, a i2-year-old
phia Negro who arrived here Sat Saturday,'
urday,' Saturday,' will work 'out this week
with bantamweight Ernesto Reid
and featherweights David Wright
end Alejandro Pacheco, three lo local
cal local lads whewill see action on
Sunday's card.
According to Press clippings of
the Weirton (W. Va.) Daily Times.
Ingram beeame US bantamweight
monarch in June, 19511, when he
decisioned Peppy, Gault in a title
It not altogether clear. how however,
ever, however, if the visitor is still king of
the bantams in the US.
'A foriner steilworker,4' Ingram
oacks a hard punch,' as his 11 ka kayoes
yoes kayoes in 24 bouts would indicate.
Colon, fight trainer: George Ford
and boxing man Juan Copeland are
nutting Ingram through his train training
ing training paces. The visitor's US man manager;
ager; manager; Jew Perrone 'of stenbenvme,
O., is scheduled to arrive on the
Isthmus Friday.
General adimasion Is $1.25, 'gen 'generai
erai 'generai ringside, $3; reserved ring ringside,
side, ringside, $4, and children and boxers,
50 cents. : ,

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NEW YORK. MTH 27-.:41.TPI)--
Kentucky Derby hopefuls get an another
other another test tomorrmv with the Der Derby
by Derby Trial at Churchill DOWN.
ManY owners will utie the Nice
t determine whether their horse
will run in the Derby this Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. ,"Sword Dancer' picked up
some supnort for the Derby when
he wo Tithe, Stepping Stone pudse
Saturday. , 1
Sword Dancer finished a length
ahead, of "Ensy,Spur'! while "SR.
ver Spoon" was third., It was the
1first defeat in seven ottarts for Sil Silver
ver Silver Spoon, the only filly expected
to start in the Derby.
. , r- ,'',
Silver Spoon, whose Derby start
may have depended '011' her show showing
ing showing the Stepping Stone, bad a
good shot at Sword Dancer et the
halfway tnark of the seven-furlong
sprint. However,' she ,,,, 'faded and
guttered the first loss. of her ca.

Ray Robinson
Signs to, Meet
Carmen Basilio

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1
NEW YORK (UPI)----Sugar Ray
Robinson has signed to'clefend his.
middleweight crown against Car Carmen
men Carmen Basin at Los Angeles, Sept.
21; Robinson's advisoty George
Gainford, said Sunday tight.
"Promoter Roy Warner flew in
from California last Thursday and
signed Robinson for the fight,"
Gainford explained. "Robin..on
will get 45 per cent of aU net
receipts, including television and
movies."
Gainford said the 15-round tight
would be staged at the Los An Angeles
geles Angeles Coliseum.
Whether Warner has signed ex-
champion Basin of Chittenango,
N. Y., for the fight, Gainford did
not know. "He hadn' signed nini
last Thur sd a y ainford ex explained.
plained. explained. The September ight would be
the third and "r bber" meeting
of Sugar Ray and Carmen. Basil Basilic,
ic, Basilic, wort the 160-pound crown from
Robinson ,at New York, Sept. 2-24
195.7. Hut Sugar Ray recaptured
the title from Beath at Chicago,
March 25, 1958. Each'victory was
on a decision. ,;
Since Robinson hasn't defended
since March 25, 1958, be is under
heavy pressure from the .New
York State Athletic -Commission
and the National Boxing Associa Association
tion Association to close or a match as soon
as possible. Each champion is
supposed to defend at least once
every six months.

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.111141OR TENNis PLATERS-0-Canal Zotte'Ind Panama tennis teams, junior size, are meeting
these days in informal competition., The pupils of William H. Hele,-Canal Zone tennis instruc instructor
tor instructor who holds classes at Diablo Heights meet, w ith pupils of Elor Sanchez, tennis instructor at
the OlyMple Tennis Courts in Panama Chit S everal members of the two groups are shown at
the Diablo Tennis Court. In the front row are Leon Varbla, Tom Perantie, Eduardo Cordova.
Dan Hele, and Jeannine Hebert. In the secOnd 'row are Jose Diez, Bill Mounts, Robert Bergener,
and Betsy 'Foster.

0.:,4.0tpeo:HE-406 Pistis
'1:,::.2Pints -tit: Pstmatncv C hit

The Macheteros, swinging their Ailey, Bill May and R. S
wild machetes like golfers, took Tom Marine and Barna,
the measure of the Albrook Pis- For the Macheteros, M
toleros Saturday afternoon at the pinosa and Mike Machu
Panama 'Golf Club by Ahe narrow Humbert and Dick Cron
margin of 2 points. A total of 11 Morrice and Jake Vella
four-ball matches were played, Nene Arias and Carlos
and the contest was not, decided na all scored at least tv
until the final putt Was dropped Pistolero Dick Riley hi
on the 18th green. those once-in-a-lifetimerti
- The Macheteros won the front pen to him on the 18th
nine, eighth points to six. Ho1i- With a gallery of some
ever,' the Pistoleros came roaring ators watching from' the,
back to win the back nine seven Dick hit his second i
and one-half points to 612. Basedon watched it sail into the
the 18 holes scores, the Machete- a tree to the right of the
ros were victorious by the skinny Instead of bounding out o
margin of a single point, seven it became lodged in 1
and one-half to six and one-half forks, high amorilg the 1
giving thmn a grand total of 22
points to 20 for the Pistoleros.
Aa a result, the Pistoleros were
host to the Macheteros at the Al Al,brook
,brook Al,brook Force Base Officers
Club last night' for gala buffet and OFFICIAL'
dance with the drinks thrown in
'guests were the wives of all play- k
ers. 4,4
The Pistoleros will get their re- Compl
venge on June 8 at the Panama
Club with the party to be held 'at
tha ,Panama 'Golf Club the same
evening. General Landon, Chlei
Red ,Hot Pistol of the Pistoleros,
stated today that his Pistoleros
Panama Club, getting their re re,
, re, vege for footing the bill for last
nisht's affair.
Big- winners for the day' were
the Machetero teams of Bruce
Carpenter and k Paul Dura n,
George Boyd add Dick Dehlinger
and BM Beeson and Maury kW kWler,
ler, kWler, Winning all three points. For
'Albrook, those who scored grand No. Primo No.
slams were Bill Senn and Ted 0030 2.600.00 1030 02.
0130 150.00 1133
Broitn and Chick Ritter and 0230 156.00 1230
Charley Kade. 0320 150.00 133e
Probably what was the greatest WO MOO 1430
upsk of the totirnament was the VII ILI': 12:
shutout scored by Ritter and Lids 0730 150.00 1730
over Panama's Jimmy de la Guar OR30 150.00 MO
dia and Bill Schmitt. The PLO. 0930 156.00 1930
lero pair defeated the Machetero
twosome by two-group margins ,
on both nines and won the 18 by
a a and 2 margin. 11MIMINEIMMIMOMM
Other high scoring teams were, s
for the Pistoleros, Hoffman sod 1021 626.00 1023
Hooberry, Sldp Babb and Dick ion nom 1024

ley, Bill May and R. Bilker and
Tom Marine and Barnard.
For the Macheteros, Manuel Es Espinosa
pinosa Espinosa and Mike Maduro, Fred
Iliumbert and Dick Crane, Frank
Morrice and Jake Vallarino, and
Nene Arias and Carlos Aroseme Arosemena
na Arosemena all scored at least two points
Pisto lero Dick Riley had one of
those once-in-a-lifetime' things hap
pen to him on the 18th hole.
With a gallery of some 50 spect spectators
ators spectators watching from' the, tee hiuse
Dick hit his second shot and
watched It sail into the middle of
a tree to the right of the fairway
Instead of bounding out of the tree
it became 'edged .in two tiny
forks, high amort; the branches,

OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
. ,. PANAMA. startauct OF Pal
Complete Prize-winning Numbers In the Ordinary Drawing No. 2094, April 26, 1959
The whole ticket has 82 pieces which comprises tho two series "A9 and "Wl

, 0471 2, 60.041,,
$
146$ 130.60
1469 130.00

I

$
No. Prim
1030 82,000.06
1133 156.00
1230 156.00
1330 1511.01
1430 156.00
1530 158.00
1630 156.00
1130 156.00
1630 156.00
1930 156.00

1
520.80 I 1023 820.80 1025 520.00 1021 520.08 Int
520.08 1024 520.00 1020 520.00 102a 520.00 1031

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1 r S
002477 260. 3477 260.60 4477 :60I0 1477 2860.N 647'; ''21160.011
rrt
1470 130.00 1472 130M 1474 13000r, 1470 130.N 1470 lacno
1471 130.00 1473 130,00 1411 130I0 1470 IMAM 1400 130.00

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1
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9691 154.N, ,1691 15144 2691
4682 .'' 1041W 4684 104.00 4686
4683 10406 4685 10411 4687

Pristi-winnina lolumbera at 'Yesterday's Lttery Drawina ,were sold at: The lst. Code, 2nd. Pang1111 and Sr& In Veratust
,,, 4 04
The Nitta Minded whole tickets endina in 0 and trt uded in the above list win Fifty Two pollen' ($52.00) each
,
t The whole ticket has fifty-two pieces which comities ihe two series "A'i & "g"

Signed by: The Governor
,
Me Representative of
WITNESSES: Gilberto' PereaCed n2-1507
Carlos Ale lbarCed. 4N 3591

t46.
2030
2130
2230
2330
2430
2530
2630
2730
2030
2030

while the spectators roared and
Riley stared in absoltite &mese &mesement.
ment. &mesement. Regardless of his luck, Riley
and partner Babb still scored two
and one-half points for the Pisto
leros.

The match between the Plato le.
ros and Macheteros was, design.
ed merely as an excuse for the
party held last night and a great
time was had by all. Several kegs
of beer, courtesy of Cerveceria
Naciona were estrategically
placed around the fairwaya, and
Anibal MacarrOn, Panama pro,
made sure,that,the event was run
in smooth fashion..

First Prize
Second Prize

Prizes NO.
2,600.00 3030-
156.00 3130
156.00 I 3230
150.00 3330
150.00 3430
150.00 3530
156.00 3630

150.01 3351
154.00 3431
150.00 3530
156.10 3630
154.00 3730
156.00 3630
151.91 3130

"Axel
2,601.00
156.00
156.00
156.00
156.00
156.00
156.00
156.00
156.00
156.06

,
.
.
NOTE. Tho wientris ticket...Y1th tho lost ciphor. and with th.s twri last
ciphers apply only to the First Prize.'
. The First Prize end Um find and 3rti Prizes aro drawn soparately. Tho ap
proximations, aro calculated en the-1111.st,, Second and Third prizes tn case
a ticket ghould carry ths .numbors .o; oath ,priza. the holder la entitled to
claim payment tor each. ' '.
.
.

First Prizee.. e
Seconct Prize. e e e
'third Prize

ist Prize 1030
9
;econd Prize 1477
Third Prize 4 691

DRAVIII1G OF THE 3 STRIKES

No. Prizes
4030 2,60040
4130 154.00
4230 158.00
4330 150.00
4430 154.00
4530 150.04
4830 154.00
,d730 150.04
4330 154.00
4930 154.00

Approximations Derived From First Prize":

Approximations Derived From Second Prize

1
INA 3611i 15611 6691 15ILN 11691'1. 15440 7691 15110 9691 156.1111 156.01
-
104.00 41189 104.80 4600 1154.011 4693.. 404.60- 4695 11114.110 4697 104.100 4691 704.09
10440 '4689 10400 469: 104.911 4594, 104,00 4896 104,00 4698 104.00 4700 10419

Sunday, April 26, 1959
Drawing Number 795 4
Fraction Ticket
30 $11.00 $220.00
tes 6 6 71 60.00
91 2.00 40.00
, ,PRIZES ARA PAID WITIM

No.
5030
5130
5230
5330
5430
5530
50311
5730
5230
5930

Approximations ,Derived From Third Prize

;
,
of the Province of remits ALBERTO ALEMAN
the Treitsury, JAIME DE LA GUARDIA JR.
JOSE 'DOMINGO SOTO PABLO A. PINEL M.
Notary Panama Secretary

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Reg( 1 ,'Our)ClassifiOds:

0
Prim'
2,600.00
154.00
155.00
150.01
150.00
150.00
156.00
150.00
156 el
150.00

8034
4230
6336
6430
8530
6636
6730
6830
6936

Pr lion
2,600.00,
,1511,06
156.00
156.01
156.00
158.00
166.00
156.00
156.00
156.00

7471'; 210.041
1481 1:1800
1482 130.80

'IS20.01 1032 '520.00 teat' steS r.be I 1130
520.01 1033 520.00 1035 50.00 1 1031

DISCOUNTS OR ,Ti6CES

$ ,54,000.00
i5,600.00
7,800.00

014. Flissal144.
4130 ,'14840.44 5038
41230 156.44 5136
7230 156.04 5734
7334 .158.06 11334
7430 154.04 5430
7530 156.44 5534
7630 150.40 A634
7730 154.00 8730
7230 154.00 5536
7534 134.40 8930

0
Prizes
1,80040
156.011
156.00
15640
158.00
1M.00
158.00
150.00
158.00
158.00

55$26"::

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No.
9030
1130
9231
9330
1431
1531
0430
0730
0030
0930

- Primo
2,6011.041
156.611
154011
1541.011
156.011
136.011
ISIMS
IMMO
1541.M
1541.0I

1036 PIK
1030 121.N

1 1
8477 290.89 9477 369.171
7483 730.00 1485 138.01
1484 139.00 1488 139.119

Veratuas.

The prizes will be paid In acc6rdanci with the Official List of Pasami bt
the 'offices ef the National Reneficlent Lottery situated en Central Avenue.
--
PLAN OF ORDINARY DRAWING No. 2095 WHICIL WILL
,
" TAKE PLACE SUNDAY,' MAT 8, 1959
Divided In two swim of 28 fractions each denominated A and
i ''i;
EIRRT PRIV,
1 Pint Prize. Serie' A and 11, of 828,000.00 each series $52.000.00
I Second Prize, Series A and D., of 71100,00 each series ,15.000.00
I Third Pritc Serrot R. of Et00.00 each aeries 7.1111000
10 Aoomximations, Serios A and B. of 100.00 each series 9,280.00
prizes Serbia A and B. of , 1.300.00 each merles ,,,,, 23400.00.
PrIteo," Series A"tonel IC of fit m each series 14.040M0
900 Prima. Series A end R. of 28.00 each 44.08009
!: qv 4', !SECOND PRIZE ',' ,e
AOProximatienk Sedge A and 9,, al 00,00 tglich gwriam 234000'
$ irises, Sprits A and of 130.00 each settee $.140.00
,
THIRD PRIZE
10 Aoproximationth-Series A arid' S. of $ 52.00 each eeriest 2,072.00
9 Prizes. Scrim A ond r of 711.00 each serial 2,404.00
1074 Prim Total 11711,958.00

Price of es witc;le 'ticket $26.00
Price of a 52ed pert 0.50

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PHILLIPS Ossaosids Cottages
Santa Caro S. do P. nose PS
mom 1-11177 Cristobal 1-1671.

pHILLIFS Oceansigo Cottages FOR RENT: El Cangreie IFOLSALS: Plane snit botch' IFOlt SALE:' 457" m.e.A., FOR SALE: tois'ving Istimus4. PIM SALI:;isis SOO an'd Lira.,-",110.,17-'411111"1.: r. 111 L
USIA Cara de P. Phase PS see and two bedrooms apart- Schilling14, Upright. lzudiont Sport Coupe., green, 17.600 furniture and appliances L 12 OSIFOrlh in the Nuevo Hiplufroloo ) "o-
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sant. Cuto IL do v. Phone Pa ono and hits bedrooms apart- Schi Upright. I 3pott Gaups,' omen, 17,fitig 1 turnituro anti appnancoa or ...1 wwwrimh wmw Fv w.r 11
r Criatobal 1-1671. mint with dinina. !bins. lortie condition: $125.00,,l!liono $4 mass. Phone:14-6207: .1 throe bedroom apametant Bat Vetaaalsalkto memos tha, Rom 41,
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kitchen, porch,' laundry, 'arise 366.- -''.4,,A.1,',,,) ,.., k ,7 ..
' ''' ', :'- '' ."-' 3-7990. ...'''' s.' .,-;r r .' 3 fronts, SliVelle, water, main end 1.,, ,, .. .- .,.
' Foster mottoes'. helves Smola all screened. Call 3.7453.
FOR SALE: Round glass, 55 FOR SALE:-.4,954. Fort Ranch , 1. sladtkil;' Cal. W. McBamet.',' ', -, i ' --; -' ---, : -----. NEW YORK,. April 27 111P1),..ok ;
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' - -' rake. Phone Barna 1866. FOR RENT: Furnished or on- inches diameter. Call telephone wagon- WW, radio,' $700,00e FOR SALE; -- Hi-Fi faker Tel. 4-0976. ...,.'',., '.,.1...',': .'., By SAM, SNULSKY, --...-,' ,--,,,, Stecturpustied ahead fractionS In
, furnished modern apartment, 3-6653. Atone Coco Sole.767. ,.,., ' "Ravinia". Phone 6-193 (Gam- '' '.'i --'' -'-:, ..':, .-....,,.. more,than a pointetta,,fairly aso.
'ij 1 nice neighborhood, 48th St. amigompm., ,0001FaimMOim.PONS000.,ror boa), .' FOR SALIfLet '1.066 quern ",- Q. I am in My 30s. with' ineeme doe ipenies foday.' ., -,- -,,i' ., ,,..,:
,, FOR SALE: Chinese hand FOR SALE: -- Sy sealed, bi4; meters in the bast location a of about $10,000. I have been buy:s ,,,,-: t ;- ,' :,' : .- '7,-
, I Houses 1 No. 35. Tel. 3-3445.
- carved dining MOM Se; almost' Willrs iteP Illation wagon, 1953,2- FOR SALE: .-- Refrigerator, La Cada. situated between ort,1
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FOR RENT: 4 rooms apart- new, specially for Diplomatics 4 wheel drive, tow sante. hes, Washing machine, Drier; Steam Street soil Now street. For infer. have lost,--.1.'we ted to buy. lull of Thday s- rally.. '''Most majoe
int stocks-for; eight, aeass,,,ant .t.:, Thee advance was, an wend,
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ment in Calle la. Carrasquilla and entertaining. (also beginners east be' inspected and bid forme Iron, Mixmaster, :other ; sp. oration please cell Tot- 2-2170,7 ty stocks.. My broker...said J Mils groups: suet ,qupport at the open
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Violin). Panama 46 Street Ne. obtained et lu.S.'s Embassy. Bal. phones', all mama lx horn 3 son.le 12 noon sad Irma! too. young' ,t,o- be' Aoncerneds,',witht ul gi,leith a few large blocks aP
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bed bed54,
54, bed54, Worths, near Via Perms.
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, , 34. . boa Ave. and 33 Street between ., colter conditionenig, desk,- bed, 2 p.m. te 5 RE . dividend 'ind'Incomm--lkiThavc prearhat mill tip.- .' .,,
room Chalet, very good loco-
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Non. Long terms, hot water, F011,AENT: Furnished two 9 cm, and 'noon, monde", ,, photography.' Boys bike, ,numer ,numer,
, ,numer, :, which' are down '50 'per tent .', ,,Advotatt 'Asbestos'', .' 33510
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washing machine, 2 car garage. bedroom apartment, livingdin- FOR SALE: Westinghouse : through Wednesday April 27 .--w: sus household hems; leavine-.
, 77-, .,', Must sell, 10 K Street Carting,
Maid and store rooms $175.00. ins form, balcony, hot water, refrigerator $75.00; dining room 29.
, , Phono.3-6526. ,.t. ',"' Lessons 12
,, , 'A. ,Your broker ,WRII partlycor- !..,41Ieghaisr,,Corp ,-.
- No. 3-41 43 Street Della Vista. wise, etc. 49th Street Isabelita table 6 chairs $75.00; 2 wicker ,, -..'l rect., Yettsehbuld,aim' for3rowth. UAllarnialunt:,,1,td , ...0
, Call phones'3-4720 or 3-4927. House. Tel. 3-4994. s rather than,' income,f The:Aped s'er,4 s4nier Vanamid -, 57-r
- coMial S2A-dtootil; Tori9S1'5711:i2111 Wineagnattle -.----"Tlauttesidnaplilvientgh m62:01"0 sit.m. .61t-- oP.51":0610 ror: came in hill;not'distinguis.61111g r- Amerl', otors -.. t
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FOR RENT: Furnished chalet, FOR RENT: Living room, bed- bed and 'mattress $14.00; 3 Del lie strode', white and blue- To take advantage of
minimum contract one year; room, dinette, iritchen, apply Rattan step-down tables $15.00. -stiktotto paint,' V-3' Thunder. p.m. Cabk Heights. .: DOROTHY, CHASES'S
Special Guninter Seigle, r bought f were '0,.. 'Pr c a Arkansas ruel
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three bedreems, one air-condi- Apt. 2 Calle Darien No. 14-21 Phone 2-3782 324-X ', Cu- bird engine, ,standerd gear shift, ..- ,,,,,, ,,, .. low i ed ,de le ,,
which hid only Aheir cheapneu t47'; ,.:VaCcol).nds,-1,Z.P,-- 7.- r 66321'44' :''1,.''
Honed. Two bathrooms. hot next street hem 4th Joy Ave. lebra ltd. Ancon, ;. - radie,--2--'reet view mirrors, 4 s : 1. :, L ,' ,,- ,., TAP BALLET TOE
COMmeld them. if ;,tliare.,,,any. ,'"Iteth Steel $,:
water, automatic washing ma- .4. .,, now-. tirrosi'ExceUent. condition.
ACROBATIC lb CHARACTER SW 4
chine, beside El Central. Phone FOR RENT: Complete fur- FOR SALE: 3 ton aircondi- $175.00., See until 5 p.m. Sun. ,, , ,,
enale,broup'5ays
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, 3-6070. frisked apartment 3Q Ecuador fierier, ideal for store or office slay -and. 10-12 on 'week day. 0
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,,egistration dates te be commendation.., ,--. wi. Bettingec ,cocp
&croft Uranium , 118b t
- "' Avenue facing British Embas- suits. Panama 2-1481. House 2352-A, Owen Shed,
-N-. to9n4Cet l'elhitrille''M. rn !ad' iffif14121-ttiffithel,ningt' -,-. British' Pet 7 4
FREE RENT, vacation quarters. sy and the sea. Balboa (Flats).
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY .' BUrrought 40-1
Beautiful residence, located
Have Court .Records, I $550 a share is a better ogrowth"'
stock purchase,' than' 95 per cent Cerro de Pasco ',42 w ''
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near cool. splendid view, com- Furnished apartment with kitch- OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS
pletely furnished, exclusive sec- chen I bathroom between two FOR SALE FOR SALE: 1956 9-pa' 'singer
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k Con. lust pay expenses. Prefer- large rooms witho out side doors. Sealed bids, for opening in pub- Ford Station Wagon, extras. 1 of Ithe stocks selling oat $5.50 a Chicago Greatt iffeet r '', 4111sb
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, 6' able a couple. Write Mc. kW Making it, suitable for hvo iic, will be received until 10:30 $1350, Phone Balboa 4488. WASHINGTON (UPI) .- The N share. Until you and hundreds of
thousands..of othe,rs Uke yourself. ,. Chrysler
Cities:Service 59
, ce Box 436, Balboa. .couples $70.00 one apartment a.m., May 1, 1959, in the of- Senate Juvenile Delinquency sub- FOR SALE: .... Cocker Spaniel i-,, realizelhatAilw -price,. does not, '.4-Coastal, Carib(' 1b ',
- for ens duple $65.00, elk largo fice of Superintendent, Store- FOR SALE: 1953 Ford 2 DR committee estim'ated tidaylhat ;Puillea, mak, blonde or black. guarantee,growtholnitAri,tact im it.Colgate; Palmolive 122
vACATiON HOUSE in La Crest- 'storage place suitable for shop. house Branch, Balboa, :for ..me- Blue, 4 new tires R er H Fordo. ..,, one i fifth of -the nation's ': male '' Phone Nael,1744 ,- plies'only high -rlik,,,,yowart, going Creole Pet 51'
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ta all rooms air conditioned. APply janitor at TI -132 4th July dical equipment; filing cabinets; M a t I c. Excellent condition, youths between the ages 'of 0 and ' to losemoneye.). P',,:- ,.,'-'''' .. :- - ,crownkcnck and seal 33;ir
From May 5th to July 5th. Ave. or phone Hopkins Balboa Kardex files; desks; safes; typo- $650.00. Cali be seen at 'Quer- 17 already have e court record ' , I wish,1.,knevr some .1vey--.40, ,. Cuban' Areneruelan Oil 9-16 -,
Wonderful view grounds, etc. 2966. .. writers; calculators; adding ma- ters 148-B Ft. Kathie. Call se- for inisbehavior. '' ,i, Boats';& M .,.. ,,
Call 3-1813 before 8:00 a.m. ,, chines; air comp sssss rs; gene- 4138. In a report to ; the Senate; ,,...e ., 4."14 keep1,-;runsophisticatett ,.--',Investors :oft ,,peet, . , 20. ..'
, , 9,11,1,11.a from! nutting thoutands- Of 11011ars ;EL-pate.' Natural Gas 221,4- ',
,
or after 5:00 p.m. For right ,,, FOR RENT: Modern 2 bed- rater; motor gen ; hoists; subcommittee said' a whoPeing 12 - into cheaststocks-;lnerely to,,that IrFaaritgeohilodiiEngim, ale ,
,,
',' room apartment, largo dining
couple only. siump; transformers; boats; hose;
FOR SALE: M. G. T. D. '52' per cent. of the, total yoduth ipopu,,- poi' miALSi',,,,, sy,:k ta 'n, ilib,4., thigsooty. shcatatro.elic?t,i,, seta' InCeperttiCoapteji,. W.,B,,ituth 11b I
, and leaving room, maid's room. drill sharpening -machine and ac- lotion, both girls .411 .. ,h0Y1(4,4; ca 'me, '',''' a -' T t Felinont Pet -1 ,, 614 I .,
FOR RENT: Furnished Pent- '1, Campo Alegre. Phone 3-0702. ies; Simplex bag making new white S. W., top, upholsteirf,'
house 3 bedroom, 3 bath room, machine; sedan; and machines
Mr. Barrow 9.12'24.
& Inst. Panel,- ,r .:, .. ,A,,t enera ynam it
Radio 2108s have. been ahiled beforetactiortc' I Art-. '-', '..".7,'4' 111"11 l""" el '..5" ,so fir alter.tan Ahink,2:16'"Wre- .t -1-1) ie
601Ao 1,.
employer room. air conditioned. .. for: dishwashing, milling, roll t sal '-' e num e ,,p 4., oy peating 'these 'warning,t ,!loyocy 'G 1' E 1 t
, timl, I ':eet li-1,e en k-, -,. - -1Cener alotors 1314 i
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494i- i
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Ave. ludo Arosemena 31-44. SERVICES bending, welding, sanding and .
,,:,,-., ant ,schadrgethd with,',deb line5Itten.v-,cblr.,:it,',?2, j,,,,27,...ette,,u4:30,, ..
, -. with:delinquency, recorda; tweeds' ,, -ou 200 ,...--- .,, ,.,,..
bpecial utters 'c''''Ar.ear'''1"4"i' ''''''' .. ''. .4
0', 2 oek f - ----,-1---- ,;,,, --" I,' uvricrist rstyWouu 21 ,i
, sawing. Invitation No. S-59- FOR SALE: ." 1957. Ford V-11, 1,700,000.. ,It estimated thit: ;the share istAitning' sleek at SIM- Gulf. oil 1.15Vsb :
s 430 may be obtained from office Tudor tutees original rownec,',. number will' exceed two ottilion
Must sell Navy 15 Balboa 2. I understand it has gone .,...dewn -.. - st
, ante eel 43b,! i
Commercial Sites 1 TELEVISION SERVICE of Superintendent, Storehouse "in the tiof too distant future.," ,, .,. .,-, . since.;Shall' I sell, or hold bn? Hayden. Newport 11114b 4.
TV. Radios, Hi-fi Transitors Branch, telephone 2-1086. 1514. "Unless the rising ,, trencLis ,re- '' WANTED: Captain tor-barae k, 11 ,haVen't'', allY.,. ., 'Clinciice, ,,. imperial 'oil 4;) I
. specialist. We service all makes versed, be : subcommittee ',laid, L. C. M. costal trade,' mochan, '.. Ther,e,it no,,,,niatket,, for,,i, it 1, ', : "Intl -Pet Sals, i
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FOR RENT: Professional or and models. We don't pretend to FOR SALE: Caloric Stove, 4 "WC tativespect, a little- over--one ,..- ical--abilitt-required. Salar and -'2 ---"--- Lorillard 2934 1 :
burners, broiler, oven, good con concommercial
commercial concommercial office on ground floor guarantee our work. Ws guar- FOR SALE:,-. 1959 fiat 1100 million childre.n to appear before percentage. Applp Boston Pan- Q. We are a young couple with martin. co. ,. ,,,,, , le0,41. i
dition $100.00, 6 sliging shades c h I 1 d We have substantial Neer' Eng Tel ''and 'TeI 177 1'
Edificio Wrack corner Ave. Bat- antes it. perfect $1450.00. Call 08-354 the courts in 1965 and possibly 1,- ems Coconut Co., taitille..3 a , ,, ,
boa and Federico Boyd, 82 square CRAWFORD AGENCIES, Tivoli $6.00 each, 2 mahogany win- Ft. Gulick, 400,000 in 1970." 6852. savings ,and are buying a mutual
, Olin, Matideson
Northrop Air 39
meters, $125.00. Call Panama Ave. 18-20. Tel. 2-1905. dowcases $10.00 each, 2 large i
It empha,sized that these fig- fund. We would like to put a por porPancotstal,
Pancotstal, porPancotstal, 5014, ,1
3 -7038. windowcases $15.00 each. Tel.
ures do not truly represent the lem had reached its greatestin-..ment-'',on ti,,-, hOuse. How, much 4 I
3-5249. FOR SALE: Ford 1959 V-3 linn -of: our savings..as ,down osoyt.
Pin, Israel, 7-111 ''
TV SERVICES serious nature of the problem. It tensityi'!
4-door custom 300 $2300. Sal- ,'oun4tivins-,;:ihould be, in ,istocks? Pahtenec Oil
FOR RENT: Commercial
Ear ltter Home Service, Always FOR SALE: 12 cubic feet uo.., boa 1629. said, that many delinquents are The subcommittee cited. as ',in -Atidqn ',1114: ,,rt.P....70, I, 11,7:14:0.:1110 7toyalps,D6Pttoth she .....
spareground floor) across from
Rely on right fr ; years old $325.- neVer detected or brought 'into maniple a .case in a granfinar in.;todalt,'s -,1.'higit market' ;a re- ,,,,,pu 0, Oil- 1111Ao ,
the Assembly Building on L r 46
, U.S. TELEVISION. 00 like new. New compressor FOR SALE: ....Old Dodge 2. court., "' ."'', .. ,, school in Brooklyn where a -,14-- gurar.Intteatiiri4 prograin 'would ,EnceyAn'o:id: :1,:til eteI sg-1711 .1
Street No. 3, next to All Amer Amer.,
., Amer., I
Phone 3-7607 PatiliMi. Service
ican Cables. Cucalon & Co., and motor. Cill 3-1813 before .. door Sedan, excellent running 'The subcommittee destabed leArear-old box wa's sent to court he best.;
from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. 3:00 1.m. or after 5:00 p.m. condition Ca. 1959 Inspect- detail its individual investigation 'afterAnstigating and presiding .'4.4t:seertioh tile you ought to 4414 ..,,
Rehoor. Phone 3-3330.
rid .-- Good transportation 2- last' Tear."It concentrated on,New over klutagaroo cotut within, the sgo.libon :Yetir toil a buyinkbefore ,', sea 4ectoto ,,
FOR RENT: Large and me- Lady.: Do you need an expert FOR SALE: Apes wringer 3783 4:30 9 p.m. York'', where; t said, ,"the prob schoor."',?',,' 6: ,. , ; 04'1.06 de.'.P,OnA) Ying,Se6riti 'e.stleultaknop
washing machine, excellent con- , . t. "lie war apprehended, w h II e Ifln-;!Aat :,i,,111141 'buy'' the-"exao ',:sitoer!un,,,loabi,ndlo sat, s, :137-13412- il ',.,
dern loales in Ricardo Arias dressmaker. Call Curundu 3293.
dition. 790 C Tavernilla Balboa plating a noose over the head'of sAUllt"..0 ,',,110e ., tiesr.YoUsi4Oslt, ,,startati, os
Street "Lux" Building, $75.00 , .
and $60.00 Tel. 3-4994. 2-2352. , a student defendant, coming out .14.14,house$,ou, may bke:-May,,,istrroop emb'!
,
Proted your home and proper. 4001.h, : httengeindgict, ;If adhdi.edc.o,u,Thrt,ie boe,,,,th,;b2; topegkimiren:,ta e4r,,,t1,07:,,maineibat., botdothwne, :11Arstandarlieeinct Ns
,
PT against insact damage. ,444.
FOR SALE: -,-- Photo equipment, : :.T..47,x,v,
,.., -returned be the coiner -to A th bluonsfeefilltthatt,To,:tue, :,rfeit:!;.;10"t';.,'-'th',743,'' .'''- s' tudellag...00d,kerPreep. alsiekonard 413ft I :tfi'rr'--
Huget.',..14.eleorite Prompt. scientific treatment on
emergency or monthly budget 2 year old 'pedigree boxer' malsg.,.. .10t,,, )
Tel. 1-6526. ,. ..
,. .::,,,;:::;;.n, .. -,...,..... same school' within one week,' de-
.-.:.-r.., ,.,1'',.i, spite an obvious maladjustinent, balance
t,-,,,
,
'of your, savings end 'start .' Superior .011
, ...., basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
7-----
FOR SALE: 21'' TY table ,-;, ,-,-.1 liR ,-., and suspicion of sfx deii,ation,' ,b ing gr wth eeturities. at- urate 'Texts,' Gulf Prods 1950' r (
. Shoots Under Jett Panama 3.7977 or Colon 1777.
uy o 33 il
model $50.00, Wringer washing : '.----::.. ''',.; gl;..'.,,..
,
!Iiii;::,::... :determined by the speed,in,which Underw 2214b
. machine $40.00, electric fan 7 .,. ::::,;',,A,.;;;;, ,:.,.
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.., -.. .w..,,,,,::,:::. 2612 tt (
, Personals ,,,, ,.
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$10.00, baby crib high chair ,,, .7-4. ,:,ts'.5,,,' ,...,,:ft.,,, x:-. ,, '::i:iiA.-:-,-,,:---,--,--k.- ANKARA, TurkeY (UPI) Dr. YamrecguanlarP,u,,tdolullnadrs ceassitdeivieraagrginege ,' trUnSi-titedubCberan"
, Crashes To Earth kg 4:F7,..,, 4,:::;);W:" '..
Piro' Pal' SUL"' ckck radi- .:-:wR.:::,...,,,,,00;i.i-,:i.i.:.::0:,:: :44.i&ig,iiimm:: Sukarno, president of Indonesia, syste6m of acquiring 'stock is the US',Steeli t - '. SR
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, I, ,:. $20.00. 1950 ford 6 4-doer, , Ag :: 4W-04ifo-Mti::;i:It: ::.,:tx,m:.ti:imi:Mc.;ik:t,i, !few here Yesterday for a four. oht3i worry-free system at thin Westingliowe Flee asto
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FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom Chalet, vary geed loco locoNon.
Non. locoNon. Long terms, hot water,
washing machine, 2 car garage.
Maid and store rooms $175.00.
tle. 3-41 43 Street Della Vista.
Call phones'3-4720 or 3-4927.
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet,
minimum contract one year;
three bedrooms, one air-conditioned.
Two bathrooms. hot
water, automatic washing ma machine,
chine, machine, beside El Caner, le. Phone
3-6070.
FREE RENT, vacation quarters.
Beautiful residence, located
near cool. splendid view, com completely
pletely completely furnished, exclusive soc sock
k sock Con. lust pay expenses. Prefer Prefer'
' Prefer' able a couple. Write Mc. kW
ce Box 436, Balboa.
VACATION HOUSE in La qrs.-
ta all rooms air conditioned.
From May 5th to Iu ly 5th.
Wonderful view grounds, etc.
Call 3-1813 Wore 8:00 a.m.
or after 5:00 p.m. For right
couple only.
FOR RENT: Furnished Pent Penthouse
house Penthouse 3 bedroom, 3 bath room,
employer room. air conditioned.
Ave. Noe Arosemena 31-44.
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Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Professional or
commercial office en around floor
Edificio Urraci. corner Aye. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa and Federico Boyd, 82 square
moors, $125.00. Call Panama
3-7038.
FOR RENT: Commercial
spattground floor) across from
the Assembly Building on L
Street No. 3, next to All Amer American
ican American Cables. Cucalon b
Relator. Phone 3-3330.
W.....
FOR RENT: Largo and mo modern
dern modern kakis in Ricardo Aria"
Street "Lux" Building, S75.00
and $60.00 Tel. 3-4994.
Hugeideleorite
Shois Under Jet,
Crashes To Earth
DONNYBROOK, South Africa
(UPI) 1--,Police yesterday tried to
locate remains of a giant meteo meteorite
rite meteorite which sent na ives fleeing in
panic from its green flash.
Police said the meteorite
zoomed to earth after streaking
under a South Africa Airways jet
airliner Saturday night.
Natives in the Donnybrook and
Richmond areas of Natal Province
ran screaming from their huts.
The green flash that followed
the impact was seen 250 miles
away for a period of about five
seconds. Police said no reports of
injuries or property damage were
recfsived.
The Viscount airliner was flying
from Jhannesburg to Durba at
15.000-feet, al'itude when the mon,
st.r meterite shot pas' under the
pl3ne's belly. Astronomers esti estimated
mated estimated the object weighed about 20
tons.
Police said the impact was felt
in a radius of 30 miles.
FOR SALE
Triamph TR-3 Sports Car
All Extras Like New
RODELAG, S.A.

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Apartments
FOR RENT: iri 1E1 Cangreie
one and two bedrooms apart apartment
ment apartment with dining, living, large
kitchen, porch, laundry, 'anis
all screened. Call 5.7453.
,
FOR RENT: Furnished er un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished modern apartment,
nice neighborhood, 48th k.
No. 33. Tel. 3-3445.
FOR RENT: 4 rooms apart apartment
ment apartment in Calle Ia. Carrasqui Ila
54, Upstairs, near Via Perms.
FORIIENT: Furnished two
bedroom apartment, livingdin livingdining
ing livingdining retim, balcony, hot water,
gamic etc. 49th Street Isabelita
House. Tel. 3-4994.
FOR RENT: Living room, bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, dinette, kitt,hen, apply
Apt. 2 Calle Darien No. 14-21
next street from 4th Jvy Ave.
FOR RENT: Complete fur furnished
nished furnished apartment 3Q Ecuador
Avenue facing British Embas Embassy
sy Embassy and the sea.
Furnished apartment with kitch kitchAtm
Atm kitchAtm 1 bathroom between two
large rooms witho out side doors.
Making it suitable for hvo
couples $70.00 one apartment
, fog one cikolo $65.00, olso large
storage place suitable for shop.
Apply janitor at TI -132 4th July
Aye. or phone Hopkins Balboa
2966.
'OR RENT: Modern 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, largo dining
and leaving room, maid's room.
'7, Campo Alegre. Phone 3-0702.
SERVICES I
TELEVISION SERVICE
TV. Radios, Hi-Fi Transitors
specialist. We service all makes
and models. We don't pretend to
guarantee our work. We guar guarantee
antee guarantee It.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, Tivoli
Ave. 18-20. Tel 2-1905.
TV SERVICES
For I star Home Service. Always
Rely on
U.S. TELEVISION.
Phone 3-7607 Pa IIIMA. Service
from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Lady.: Do you need an expert
dressmaker. Call Curundu 3293.
Protect your home an4 proper.
ty against instict smog e.
Prompt scientific treatment on
malmsey or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service.
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
Personals
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
SOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
WANTED I
WANTED: Expert States-side
beauty operator, full or part
time. Gene ll's Beauty Shop, Co Coeon
eon Coeon Clubhouse. Phone Navy
3812.
mmimmmemomliww,
FOR RENT: Completely
furnished, modern, cool.
and well situated, 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment provided
with all, modern conve conveniences;
niences; conveniences; available for six
months as of June 13th.
Monthly rental $225.00. If
desired, for time of lease,
efficient and expert ser serbe
be serbe arranged. Call Wolff
vices of trusted) maid can
and Compny,-Tel. 3-6969.
gamonina.

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FOR INFORMATION CALL 2-0740
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AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
povernment Employes
Service Pessonoel
Finance Your New Or
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
,on new cars
AGENCY DEHLIN(IER
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Tv Pes of Auto Insurance
EXCITED WINNER
MANHEIM, Germany (UPI)
Office worker Karl Schumann
ICU police yesterday he lost con controt
trot controt of his car and ran into a
tree because he became so ex excited
cited excited over hearing he had won
a prize in the weekly national lot lottery.
tery. lottery. The good news came over
Schumann's ear radio.

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Miscelfon'eous'
, fo it-sAug: Piano and lowith'
Schilling-4, Upright. .Exce Vont
condition: $125.00.,fiong 54
366.
FOR SALE: Rounil plata, 55
inches diameter. Call telephone
3-6653.
FOR SALE: Chinese kand
carved dining MOM Se; &IMO
now, specially for Dip 'amities
and entsrtaining. (also boginners
Violin). Panama 46 Street No.
34.
FOR SALE: Westinghouse
refrigerator $75.00; dining room
table 6 chairs $75.00; 2 wicker
chairs $5.00; IBM electric
typewriter $70.00; Quarletntastur
bed and mattress $14.00; 3
Rattan step-down tables $15.00.
Phone 2-3712 324-X Cu Culebra
lebra Culebra Xd. Ancon.
FOR SALE: 3 ton aircondi airconditionor,
tionor, airconditionor, ideal for store or office
suits. Panama 2-1481.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS
FOR SALE
Sealed bids, for opening in pub public,
lic, public, will be received until 10:30
a.m., May 1, 1959, in the of office
fice office of Superintendent, Store Storehouse
house Storehouse Branch, Balboa, for me medical
dical medical equipment; filing cabinets;
Kardex files; desks; safes; type typewriters;
writers; typewriters; calculators; adding ma machines;
chines; machines; air comp sssss rs; gene generator;
rator; generator; motor gen eeeee r; heists;
Oump; transformers; boats; hose;
drill sharpening Ma Chilli and ac
ies; Simplex bag making
machine; sedan; and machines
for: dishwashing, mining, roll
banding, welding, sanding and
sawing. Invitation No. S-59-
430 may be obtained from office
of Superintendent, Storehouse
Branch, telephone 2-1086.
FOR SALE: Caloric Stove, 4
burners, broiler, oven, good con condition
dition condition $100.00, 6 sliging shades
$6.00 each, 2 mahogany win windowcases
dowcases windowcases $10.00 each, 2 large
windowcases $15.00 each. Tel.
3-5249.
FOR SALE: 12 cubic feet up upright
right upright fr 2 years old $125.-
00 like new. New compressor
and motor. Call 3-1113 before
3:00 1.m or after 5:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: Apex wringer'
washing machine, excellent con condition.
dition. condition. 790 C Tavern; Ila Balboa
2-2352.
FOR SALE: Photo equipment,
2 year old pedigree boxed ',talc,'
Tel. 1-6526.
FOR SALE: 219' TV table
model $50.00, Wringer washing
machine $40.00, electric fan
$10.00, baby crib high chair
play pen $30.00. Clock radio
$20.00. 1950 FOrd 6 4-door,
$200.00. 3-6531i
M-TACT'
The' sClentifie Interest of
Henry of Portugal (1394-1460),
known as the Navigator, made
possible many geographic dis discoveries.
coveries. discoveries. His life, as well as
his ,,personal wealth, was de-,
voted to geographical discoV-:''
ery., He imported Italian sea
captain and map makers to
man his expeditions. His ships
rediscovered and caret u 1,1y
c.harted the Canary Islands,
Madeira and the Azores.'
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YALE
Industrial tilt Trucks
and floists
Tractor Shovels.
Local representative:
M. A. POWELL, S.A.
COLON Tel. 106
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WEDDING ANVIL STOLEN
GRETNA- GREEN, Scotland
(UPI)The local blacksmith' an anvil,
vil, anvil, used for' runaway weddings
for tmore than 100' years, was,
stolen last night, Police believol
students were responsible. Wed Wedding
ding Wedding ceremonies for runaway
English couples were performed
over the anvil from 1754 to Wt.

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FOR SALE: -401, 457' m.e.A.,
Sport Coups, groom, 17,00
mass. rho:v14-6207.
FOR SALE:-..1,954 Fort Ranch
wagon- WW, radio,' $700.00.
,Phone Coco Solo 767.
FOR SALE: Sy sealed, bid,
Willys Jeep station wagon, 1953,
4 wheel drive, low range. hap
can be inspectod and bid forme
obtained at U.S., Embassy Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Ave. and SS Street between
9 a.m,, and 'noon, Monday
through Wednesday April 27
29.
FOR SAM --- 1957 i21 months
, old) 2-door ford Station Wagon,
Del lie del, white and bluo bluostylotone
stylotone bluostylotone paint, V-11 Thunder.
bird gaging, standard gear shift,
' radio,- 2 loot view mirrors, 4
new ,tires.r.Excellent condition.
S175.00., See until 5 Pm,. Sun Sunday
day Sunday -and 10-12 on wash day.
House 2352-A, Owen Prost,
Balboa (Flats).
FOR SALE: 1956 9-passenger
Ford Station Wagon, extras.
1 350, Phone Balboa 4488.
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford 2 DR
Blue, 4 new tires R Cr H Fordow
Mati c. Excellent condition;
$65000. Call be seen at Quar Quarters
ters Quarters 148-B Ft. Robb'. Call 114m
4138.
FOR SALI: G. T. D. '52
new white S. W., top, upholstery"
& Inst. Pallid,- Radio 1-1011k
Mr. Barrow 9.12'2-5.
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford V-8
Tudor tutona original asrne6
Must toll Navy 15 Balboa 2ft
1514.
FOR SALE:,--. 1959 list 1100
perfect 51450.00. Call 08-354
Ft. Gulick,
FOR SALE: --- Ford 1959 V-8
4-door custom 300 S2300. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1629.
FOR SALE: Old Dodga 2.
door Sedan,- excellent running
condition C.Z. 1959 inspect inspected
ed inspected Good transportation 2.
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PERFORMANCE AWARD Mrs. Evelyn RtharISS011, tecretary
to the logistics services officer, 34, Caribbean Command; was
presented the Department of Amy sustainbd superior per performahce
formahce performahce award by Brig. Gen. James W. Coutts, Caribbean
Command chief of staff, in a brief office ceremony this week
at the command headquarters at Quarry Heights. The certifi certificate,
cate, certificate, accompanied by a monetary award, was presented to
Mrs. Johansson in official recognition and appreciation of the
superior way in which she accomplished her' assigned duties
with the unified command during the period of Ittly to De December
cember December X958.(VS Army Photo)

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Home 'Articles 4 1'
FOR SALE: ---,- Leaving Isthmus.,
furniture and appliances 12
three bedroom apartment Bat Battain
tain Battain prices, Urgently. Telephone
1-7990.
FOR SALE: Hi-Fi fakir
"Ravinia". Fhon 6-193 AGem AGemboa).
boa). AGemboa). FOR SALE; Refrigerator,
Washing machine, Drier, Stoam
, Iron, Mixmastor, other ap appliances,
pliances, appliances, all automatic. and ex.
gollent condition, rug, slosh, kid,
photography, Boys bam, numer numerous
ous numerous household items, leaving.
Must sell, 10 I( Pro,. Caning,
Phono 3-6526. t
onwaoNowea,m
Rattan living took sot PIIKOS
Ts:May28th 8:00 cm to 5:00
p.m. Cabk Haight&
Se00.16:6(0.40'::li.f;:1,
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WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Senate Juvenile Delinquency sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee estimated tiday that
one ififth of the nation's:, male
youths between the agei of 0 and
17 already have court record
for Misbehavior.
In At report to the Senate; the
subcommittee said- a whopping 12
per cent of the total youth 4popu 4population
lation 4population both girls Ala b05'10-4"
have been ahiled before:1'1014
and ,scharged with, .delinlittenct-P'
- It said the numberpfkiboyi
with delinquency recork exceeds
1,700,000. It estimated that,':the
number willexceed two' million
"in the not too distant futuretp.
"Unless trie rising trend is ,re ,reversed,
versed, ,reversed, be subcommittee Amid,
"We canexpect, a little over one
million children to appear before
the courts in 1965 and possibly 1,-
400,000 in 1970."
It emphasized that these fig figures
ures figures do tint truly represent the
serious nature of the problem. Jt
said that many delinquents are
never detected or brought into
Ibed
The subcommittee descr
detail its Individual investigation
last"Tear-"It concentrated on New
York where,. t said, "the prob,
ioNt
Arrivs!
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May 3
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May 17
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PANAMA 2-2064

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aln- Moo- to Fr1:, 11 a-nu,
Sat-, 2 Sat for,:than;
tittles opon 8-5- weekdays.,

Real Estate
, , , ,
ION SALII-Lese SON and I.000
teeter in the New Hipadrenio
7 ihtemisatiee-.:Aierees tha, Rem
Racetrack. iota with street
trent& seivige, 'water, male end i.
olectiieity;' CaN W.
Tel. 4-097d.
FOR SALIrLet 1066 square
motors in the best location of
La Cresta. situated between 0r
Street end new street. For inlet.
oration please call Tel., 2-2170,-
front sm. le 12 noon and from
2 p.m. te .P.m.
, 1
Lssons
PLAN NOW
To take advantage of
DOROTHY CHASES'S
Spacial 'Summer Session
TAP BALLET TOE
ACROBATIC ik CHARACTER
June, July lk August
Registration dates ta
1innovated later.
IAnimals 1
FOR SALE: Cocker Spaniel
;,puepies, male. blood or black.
'' !hone Nweit,3744,
1 ...1369ts. Mptol'. 1
FOX, p4,111i4....4,1 Isigis4or
CateetC4,,i gates Tel 15.
41.01 aftet 3:30t
Special Offers I
WANTED: Captain for barge
L. C. M. coital trade, macho:PI
, Salary and
porcentago. Apply Boston Pan Panama
ama Panama Coconut Co, taitilla 3
6852.
lem had reached its greatest 'hi,
tensity,"
The subcommittee cited as an
exaMple a ,case in a graminar
school in Brooklyn where a -14--
year-old box was sent to court
"afte 4tittigating and presiding
oyez' altangaroo court within the
school."
"lie wit 4' apprehended while
Plating a noose over the head' of
a student defendant, aiming out
the edict of his court-41eath' by
hanging, Wit- added. "The boy 'was
returned be the courtto A the
same school within one week,' de despite
spite despite an obvious maladjusttnent
and suspicion of sex deviation."
ARRIVES FOR VISIT
ANKARA, Turkey (UPI) Dr.
Sukarno, president of Indonesia,
flew here yesterday for a four.
dap state visit.
6:4J-RichOs
:.:qiibed, As ,i',.
4,..istr fly PRIED DANZIG ',,
, v
GodtWey ratiliCon (hUisP'1)b.ack Aragathinu?r
vrZontit make the mistake of
countingLitim out,
I'lle-,self-styled "old Irish rule
tie been flattened before, finan finan,physically
,physically finan,physically and profession professionally.
ally. professionally. But each time, the freckle frecklefaced,
faced, frecklefaced, red-haired radio and tele television
vision television star has bounced back,
dusted himself off, and gone right
on ,enjoying life and entertaining
millions ,in the bargain.
As-,he faces surgery for a aaa aaapeeted,
peeted, aaapeeted, chestz tumor, Godfrey Fan
look back 'ott a roller-coaster ca career:that
reer:that career:that los led to fame and for fortune,
tune, fortune, but.,.not without hard knockt
and pain. He is, in ,shorto, an,old
hand at this sort of thing.
It dates back to the time he Wait
15 and had just left the GodfreY
,home in Hasbrouck Heights, NI.
to Mike his way in the world,
His first job, as an architect's of office
fice office boy in New York, paid 910
a week.,After getting hit first pay
check,-Godfrey went out to eat in
a hamburger stand. When the
time came to pay the 65-cent tab,
young Arthur disiovered he had
lost the money..
He paid the bill by washing
dishes, to wive on room rent, he
slept on Tolle of newsprint at a
newspaper plant: Then, at 16,
someone talked him 'into becom becoming
ing becoming a vial Ininer in Pennsylvania.
Godfrey had to quit after he de developed
veloped developed a cough.. Undaunted, he
deckled to' be a lumberjack and
work in the fresh,air. This career
came a-cropper when he was un unable
able unable to swing the heavy sm. God Godtrey
trey Godtrey went-mythe bum, sleeping in
local jailhoules at night. .t
In Akrbn, Ohio, he found it job
as a tire finisher in a rubber
plant end, 'al a sideline, worked
in a ,pootroont and helped steer
the suckers lo 'a floating crap
game,A friend persuaded him to
get a, more formal education and
Godfrey enlisted in the Navy. He
learned -to be a radio operator
and, at various ports of call along
the Mediterranean. shore, to han handle
dle handle himself' in bArroom brawls.
However, this phase of his education-,
left him with permanent
souvenirs: Stitchwork on thi scalp
and bridgework in his mouth. He
left the Navy in 1924 and found
a job writing advertising copy for
a perfume company, at the rich
salary of $100 a week. But God Godfrey
frey Godfrey argued with the boss, quit,
and went to Detroit to work on an
auto auembly

SAM IHULSKY
Q. I am in my 30s with fic6thi
of about 910.000. I have been buy4
ing stocks-for:eight kyeara,...,nnt
have lost,-I'wented to buy quail-
ty stocks. My brpker said ,was
too young to be .concfrned,',Avith'
dividends' end ,intome. So I have
lots of low-priced stocks. most of
which are, down 50 per Cent
,A. Your broker was partly4cor partly4correct.'
rect.' partly4correct.' Yottsfshbuld,aim for!growth for!growthtether
tether for!growthtether thafi incomclItelpad 'erm
rot came in his mot distinguleting
between "growtharid":1(!"gein--
bling.' Most ot 'the' i; issues
bought e were low:priced deals
which hid ottlyAheir cheapness to tocommend
commend tocommend them if'. that's ,,,.sn
commendation.,,
One of the,,most diffteult thinga
to get across to firgt-tiMevestor
is the fact:that IBM at
2550 a share is a better ogrowth"
stock purchase than 95 per cent
of Ithe stocks selling at 35.50 a
share. Until you and hundreds of
thousands of others Ulse yourself
realize qhatitiw price does not,
guarantee-;growthb'tut'in,fact im.
plies only high siskofou art going
to lose Inonee-)
I wish.' ''knev7 some Yiay.,'Ao
keep ;crunsophisticate 'Investors
from! nutting thoutaids of dollars
into cheavstocks -merely sof,that
they cant,get a certificate with
"500 sharee, stamped...lop Ati,Bui
,so far; alli4t,can think,gAte'te
Peathig warpingt,":.Ceil
time I 'get thance',,.
goAt 200
shares iofttolittling stOck at 91.60.
I understand it has gone &mu
since.- Shall I sell, or hold bn?
A, You haven't' atm choice.
There's ,np.,market,sfor,it.'

Q. We are a young couple with
chil d. We have substantial
savings ,and are buying a mutual
fund. We would like to put a por portion
tion portion ,of, our savings as down pay payInele,on
Inele,on payInele,on 11,: house, Hb NV much of
nun4evinks ;should be in,fstocks?
Muth; yvht type? I aseine that
in ;iodalets z4,,'Ingh market' 11 re reguter
guter reguter ,lnvestince4 progriM ',would
I be ,llesti; I,- 1104,....; -,44-'14
1",t',4A4VseelnItlb Me you Aught to
,b,,t
'go ebOu ,Yetir boil a buyintbefore
volt, dee de ,,on 41) ying,sectiritiet,
Mg,' en, Ova pq- thir-"exao
aUllIt,o sec tiest-,yous4Osh,
but the,,,house$ tou, may like:111y,
rennire,11 certain amount of down,
payment, By,tall means buy, the,
'house first.',f2;',4 ofiro! ---1,,,,,..., .,---to'
Once that'a 0 d, Amid' th41
balance 'of your savings and start
,buying growth xecurities at a rate
'determined by the epee& in.which
you can put funds; aside. I avee
a regular, dollar cest averaging
systenm of acquiring'stock le ths
hi? worry-free syetem at thin
time. '-
Win
andi he telk. back en:this dishiiash-,
Inc latter, becaina a
"seello,itit: desk clerk in
repntabli: but Itavit
thlt; tip'tt,04,13edomiSL a .,i salesman,
.GOItOtot VA-11';''Wita,FtP. tSeenme
'-'5-ifr;;Wititoto thetomf
known AA, Worldig"trea st
twv9FIbtV,T(ILA, ZW,a1:1111,1r-,PepOnifknown
:4,1';,;p0:4044.!k.4eatest:
sales maul
salesMIMJ itfarne 300tooP week
sellinetethetery lt Be' gave' it
up to buy a share of a vaudeville
troupe, travelled to California with
It as a part.time performer, and
after the outfit went, broke, rode
the rails back to,. Chicago.
1TPoU learning. that he could
makCuse of his-radio talentsoin
thi,,Coast Guard, he enlisted and
toen ,ound himself in Baltimore
as instructor.- One Saturday
night in 1929, Godfrey Ind tome
buddies were, boiling lwer and
listening to a locai amateur show
on the radio. Godfrey decided she
could' do as well at the talent on
the shov,, and promptly made' his
debut as "Red Godfrey,. the War Warbling
bling Warbling 'banjoist," on Baltimore Stat
tion.BinityHt. was a emash. He
wat',Idred,-,-is a singer--for $5 a
show,, but soon began concentrat concentrating
ing concentrating on becoming an announcer.
From this beginning,' Godfrev de developed
veloped developed hit inimitable salty-irreverent-brasp-common
touch deliv delivery
ery delivery that wts to make ,him a Ala.
tional,institution,:and cause anon anonsors
sors anonsors to spend as: much as 21 'mil 'million
lion 'million dollars .year tolave God Godfrey.
frey. Godfrey. deliver their metsages.,
Godfrey was hired l)v MICA
station. in Washingtond D.C.' for
$50 :wok and all seemed, to'he
going well until Sept., 28. 1931. A
car he was driving' iollided with
truck and Godfrey,. found:him.
self Be on his back in, hospital
with '12 fracturet. including 4
brokim lett arm, fractured, skull.
four' broken a dixsplaced
heart, disloctted. hips and that thattered
tered thattered kneecipsUriN emerged- from
the,:.hospital'imtnrinonths later
nianKtetts. VA...Permanent
limP;g and nitre' 'Olin .tik, trace of
111 icomPler. But
he ;tame '...tA,04,fo;
Nit, Trouble Prefestiensily
,
141,-, the summero of 953, -when
God:0y undeiOntorrectlye our ourgery,
gery, ourgery, on his right hip. tha opera operation
tion operation front'', Page' ''news for
weekVAnd when., in August; ,i953,
Godfrey. eturned 4b1 his farm near
Leesbbuto Vs., ',threw, away
crutches and' wknt ,,,for,hw swim bk,
fore nationwide 'TV audience,
there ,.,Was a, dry eye, In
the audience. Godfrey had come
back again.
Physical ailments can't teem to

. ,
es -areer- -:- rt ur Godfrey
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NEW yonIcy April 27 -(UP1) .1k
Stocks 'pushed ahead tractions Is
more,,than point et-e, fairly awl
the Amening today.' '
ta. The, oklianes was an estenslret
of Friday's rally. Most maJol
groups met msupport at the open.
4ng,,,with a few large blocks ap
prearing on 'thst
ACF Ind 21 ;
.,,Advocate Ashes- tot 235b
12
AluminiuM 0
-Anier, Cyanamid 27
r Arndt, ,Motdrt mow tir
" Amerf,Telind Tel 2251,1
Anaconda .Copper 26
, Arkansas-Fuel 22:,
;AVCO' Mfg. 14 (
, Beth Steel $, 21.4
4 Bettinger ,Corp els j
'; Bteroft Uranium' , II8b t
-,- British Pet' '7 4
Burroughs' 40 -1
Canadian Eagle 1.11s1

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r AMer ,MOttrt 3934 ;,
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- Anaconda .Copper 66
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Burroughs' 40-1
Canadian Eagle Ilb.-t
Cerro de Pasco 42 w.
Chicago Grelitt Vest r 'k 481;4b
Chrysler 657At
,,- Cities:Service 59
'''' Coastal' Caribe 1b
',Colgate; Palmolive 128
', Creole Pet 51'1
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, CubacItroneruelan 'Oil 9-16
'.-1Iti .Pont,' 210
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Fairchild 'Engin ale
Fargo Oil 111,fils
Felinont Pot ,, 6
' nenerai 'Dynamics 60
General Eelectrie 83
,GentilatfiMotorl 4944
t- Ventral,' Plywood 21
Gulf, Oil 115b
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Harsco Steel 43b
Hayden Newport 1814b
: Imperial Oil 43
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Lorillard 3944
Martin Co. ,,., 181,4
t Ntiv Elig IlleFand Tit 177
Northrop Air 39
Olin Idathieson 50
Pancoastal, 4
Pen, Israel 7-111
Pantepec Oil .".
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, Royal Dutch Shell 44
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t i MONTREAL, April 27 (UP1)---Cuban PreMier, f)del Castro left by plane today only a''few 'minutes afterpolici
-
(received a rtiessage from authorities' irt New-fork tayini that two Men were on their way here ,to assdssinate him;
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0, :, The bearded Prime Minieter came here yesterday for a 241hour visit. His Cubana Airlines British-bullt Britannia
', prop-iet plane headed for Houston, Tex., where he will spend ,a few hours before continuing to Buenor:Aires for

an, economiO conference J , .. ;
,,, r
.,. i Castro was whisked aboard the:plans 1! few, minUte's after Royal Canadian Mounted Police and Quebecprovilr
.. t' .:
olal police were informed that two known suspects were e n route here from New York apparently bent on an assasi
,Mnation attempt. t
:;,' Police said the message came from FBI- headquarters in New York and was relayed to them brradio as Cat Cat,
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ls,,tro's 27-car convoy headed
,
, When the message was received
.."the convoy made a brief halt tc
4.11,pw one of Castro's personal se se-
- se- rity guards, who knew the sus sus,
, sus,
eta, to transfer to the prime
: inihister's auto.
:1:Royal Canadian Mounted Police
b4pector D. E. McLaren said the
Teport was one of many that had
'tome to law- enforcement agencies
bere. during Castro's brief stay.
, "Ibis is routine," he said, "and
1 (lon't want to go into details a about
bout about it. We're discreet about these
0,0ters."
potactivos scannad tho ap ap:
: ap: preach. to Castross piano dur durtho
tho durtho minutes it took him to
'roach the aircraft from his car.
', Castro, howovor, '11-appeared
briefly to wave to photographers
with a wide grin and cigar in bis
mouth.
, Few persons were at the airport
to see the Cuban rebel hero,depart.
Ile was greeted by large crowds on
his arrival yesterday.
Castro was scheduled to arrive
at Houston at 5:01 pm. for a brief
stopover belore beading for Buenos
Aires where he will head the Cu Cuban'
ban' Cuban' delegafion at a conference of

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'Weather Or Not
,
1 This weather report tor tbs Zs
f, t hours ending II a. m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
, and Bydrographie Branch of the
A
,, Panam Canal Company:

TEMPERATURE:
nigh 95
tow 15
HUMIDITY
t Nigh ..... 81
' Lew 2
WIND:
(Max. mph) N20
F RAIN (inches)
WATER TEMP:
r s(hmer harbors) 81

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BALBOA TIDES
TUESDAY, APRIL 28
HIGH

Sum Tim

BoU)
BLUSHING
STAGE
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IN THE
SUBURBS!

Cristobal

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, LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Gatlin Lake 83. 8
Madden Dam 219.88

AZAN.O.A.
Time
7:45 cm 16.0 ft.
11:03 p.m 15.5 ft.

LOW
" Thne Ht.
1:26 a.m .0.6 ft.
1:58 p.m 0.8 ft.

ENTER

TODAY .75 .40
1:75 2:83 6:57 8:59 p.m.
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for downtown Montreal to Dorval airport.
4
merican states. 'He was sched set off an incendiary bomb at,'
' led to apend the night In Trinidad Castro rally in 141tv, York's Can,
'Castro's chief interest ,in Cana- tral Paric, '
ia was the Royal Canad tan nil bearded Cuban. dressed in
Mounted Police which. be would 'Ms familiar army fatigue urd urdlike
like urdlike to use as a model for a simi- form. was greeted by a crowd of
lar federal .force in Cuba. about 300 persons at the airport.
Castro arrived from Boston He was welcomed to the city by
yostorday after winding up a Mayor Sart Fournier, Cuban
bactic United States visit markod Chatgt d'Affaires Ramon G. Osu Osuby
by Osuby baseless assassinafion and nua, Cuban Raul F. plis and E.
bomb ruts and tho arrest' of Dupras, president' tif the Montreal
one man who was preparing to Junior Chamber of Commerce.

Long, Hot Debate Seen In House
on Labor Reform Legislation

WASHINGTON (11PI) Labor
reform legislation this year is
now up to the House of Represen Representatives
tatives Representatives R appeared yesterday
that the struggled would be long longer
er longer and hotter than the battle
completed in the Senate during
the' week end.
Key House meinbers avoided
any but the most general com comments
ments comments on the Kennedy-Ervin la labor
bor labor reform bill passed 90-1 in the
Senate Saturday. But despite a
Pro-labor majority on the House
Labor Committee for the first
time in years, the House is con considered
sidered considered to be traditionally less fa favorable
vorable favorable to labor than the Senate.
Last year, when the Senate
passed a bill some experts claim claimed
ed claimed was stronger than the new
measure, the House let the bill
die a lingering death.
Strenuous effarts were expegted
in the House to mike the new
bill-tougher than the Senate meas measure.
ure. measure. Even if such attempts are
staved off while the bill is in the
drafting stage', they were- expect expected
ed expected to intensify when the bill gets
to the HOUSe floor. Present pre predictions
dictions predictions were that a House bill
would not be ready before mid midJune.
June. midJune. The AFL-CIO probably will sup support
port support the Senate bill but with se serious
rious serious reservations about. Soine of
its features. Some union officials
admitted they expected a tougher
House battle over picketing and
boycott provisions they oppose
than they faced in the Senate.
Labor officials were lukewarm,
at best, about the bill that finsIlly
emerged from the Senate. They
favored the original measure co cosponsored
sponsored cosponsored by Sens. John F. Ken Kennedy
nedy Kennedy (D-Mass.) and Sam J. Erv Ervin
in Ervin Jr. (D-N. C.), but were un unhappy
happy unhappy about changes made on the
floor.
One labor lobbyist said the fi

Plane Hijackers Freed On Parole;
,k
Fly.To Miami For Heath niday

KEY WEST, Fla. (UPI) A Or Ormer
mer Ormer Cuban army general a n d
three members of his family. who
hijacked an airliner to flee their
Waive country were freed on pa parole
role parole here yesterday.
They pulled off the hijacking by
means of two pistols strapped un under
der under the full skirts of the two, wom women
en women in the family, '-
Immigration officials said the
family would fly to Miami and
will probably learn at a hearing
today whether they will be al allowed
lowed allowed to remain in. the United
States..
Retired Gen. Cerefino Nolasto
Rodriguez Diaz, 55, his son, Sido Sidofredo
fredo Sidofredo Antonio, 29, his zon's wife,
Maris, 25, and the general's
niece, Margarita Mendoza Cutino,

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nal Senate bill was "too good to
fight against, and not good enough
to fight for.'
The AFL-CIO is on record in
favor qf anti torruption legisla legislation,
tion, legislation, alid was expected to stick to
that. But if what have been called
"sweeteners's changes in Taft TaftHartley
Hartley TaftHartley Law requirements f o r
building trades organizing a nt
voting rights for strikers are
dropped during house considera-,
tion, the situation might change.
"If that happens," a labor
spokesman said, "it's war."
Senators, who wrapped up their'
bill after nine days of sometimes
heated ,debate and parliamentary,
maneuvering, were free with pre predictions
dictions predictions that the House would
pass a,bill this year.
Sen. Jacob K. Javits (R-N. Y.)
said in' a television interview yes yesterday
terday yesterday that he believes Congress
"will get action in the House thiS
time" on a labor bill. Javits said
"the people now want action on a
labor bill."
Sen. Frank Church (1),Idaho), 11.
meniber of the Senate Rackets
Committee.' told fi TV panel
that the Kennedy-Ervin bill has
"an excellent chance of passage
in the House."
He said even. Rackets Commit Committee
tee Committee Chairman John L. McClellan
(D-Ark,) who led the battle to
tighten up the Senate bill, admit.;
ted that the final version "does
much to 'correct many evils.'
McClellan's original "Bill of
Righfs" ametklment, lictly op opposed
posed opposed by organized labo r, was
modified just before the Senate
bill passed but labor leaders, dis disturbed
turbed disturbed over the Senate's initial
approval of what they considered
an unnecessarily restrictive fea feature,
ture, feature, expressed "disappointment"
over the voting of genators theY
felt were sympathetic.

17, all applied for admission to
this country as political refugees.
The hijacking of the Cuban air-1
liner second in 10 daysoc daysoccurred
curred daysoccurred Saturday night. at the 'Cu 'Cuban
ban 'Cuban resort city of Varadero Beach
near Havana. The Cubsna
Vistount plane touched down
there for's brief stopover on a
flight from Miet4 to Havana.
The four boarded the Plane after
Cuban security -agents frisked the
general and his son and all male
passengers for weapons as a rour
tine precautionary measure.
Shortly after the four engineo
propjet took to the air, the two
women reached under their skirts
and pulled out pistols they hao
strapped to their thighs with white
gauze. They handed the weapons
to the general and his son.
Rodriguez ordered eight other
passengers to remain quietly in
their seats. Then he went forward
into the cockpit and put his pistol
1st the head of the pilot, Capt
1Jose IP. Mato.

He, otdered Mato to fly to Mi
ami, but ,the pilot warned bat
there was not enough fuel' for the
trip. Rodriguez then ,told him to
land at Key West, 90 miles away.
The seizure of the plane was so
smoothly carried out that the only.
American passenger aboard, Mar.
shall Berger of Philadelphia, slept
and read through the short flight
without realizing the Making had
occurred.,Berger said the first he
knew,something WW1 wrong vies
when he discovered the plane wits
landing at Mecham Field in Key
West bstead of Havana.
Just before the plane landed,
Rodriguez unloaded his pistol and
gave each of the piissengers bul
let as a souvenir.
On April 16, four escaped Bali&
ta war prisoners hilackeU an
Aeroviss Q airliner bound for the
Isle Of Pines and forced the pilot
to land in Miami.' The. escapers,
who said they feared they Avould
be killed by firing squads., were
later granted asylum in the Vnit7
ed States.

Castro's first item of business
was a visit to RCMP headquarters
to meet high-ranking officers of
the force, for which he has ex expressed
pressed expressed high admiration; - :
Dupras said Castro sought advice
from the famed "Mounties" for
organizing a force along the same
lines in Cuba.
Also on Castro's sctedule was a
visit to tbe St Justine Hospital for
Children and an address before
the Junior Chamber of Commerce4

The Senate bill would outlaw
"shakedown' ,picketing designed
to extort money from employeil
and would bar picketing! under
certain conditions, by unions not
representing Ai majority of em;
ployes in a plant.
It forbids unions notably the
Teamsters from signing "hot
Cargo' clauses in labor contracts
with trucldines and. other com common
mon common carriers. These clauses al allow
low allow union members to refuse to
handle any goods labeled "hot"
or unfair by their unions.

4-11afion Search On

For British Plane

',LONDON -(UPI) Planes and
ground units of four nations' yes yesterclitli
terclitli yesterclitli launched a massive
earch ,for a British transport
plane carrying secret rocket e equipment
quipment equipment that ,vanished last
Thursday near the Russian-Turkish,,border:
Last year, an unarmed U.S. Air
Force transport' was shot down by
Russian jets in the same area.
The chartered British plane and
Rs crew' of 12 .disappeared on a
flight from Britain to the Woom
era rocket test range in the Aus-.
tralian Desert.
The Iranian Foreign Ministry
renewed its protests yesterday
that six Soviet jet aircraft violet.
ed Iranian air space in the
search area at about the time
the plane was last heard from.
Amerieen, British Iranian and
Turkish air end ground units
searched the area extending 100
miles from the Russian border
into' Iran and Turke.
Iranian police, the army, and
the air forte concentrated most of
their' efforts near the Russian bor-'
der in the 'Iranian province of
Azerbaijan, Itwas in that area
that the Russian jets allegedly vio violated
lated violated Iranian air space.
The Ministry of Supply in Lon London
don London said the MISSing transport
was chartered from Air Charter
Ltd. for one of its regular deliv deliveries
eries deliveries of equipment to the British
rodtet site at Woomera.
The British government. has
been preparing for tests of the
Bluestreak 'rocket' at Woomera.
The Bluestreak is believed to be
one of the most effective rockets
yet developed in the West.
.o.t supply ministry spokesman
seld that "c ertain items". the
transport W a a carrying to Woom Woomera
era Woomera were !more.

ll's Easy To Catch
Whale; Here's How

NEW YORX (UPI) The Flor Florida
ida Florida Indians used to combine dan dangerous
gerous dangerous sport with their hunt for
food. an account of a whaling
trip la contained itt IL'Amenque,
a description of the New World,
written in 1667 by Sanson d'Ab d'Abbeville,
beville, d'Abbeville, geographer and teachar
'of Xing Louis XIV of France.
He wrote:
"Fishing for the whale is done
with great skill and courage. Eu Europeans
ropeans Europeans would never dare to
bunt whilev, as these fillives.
When a whale is 'sighted,' ito: is
followed by the Indians. As soon
as they appmech the whale, an
Iandian jumps tut its ,back and
rides it. He drives 'tick into
one of its nostrils. 4 14:
If the whale dives, he' waits
for it to surface and then dnvev
another stick in his other vostil
He ties a rope t these two sticks
and returns to his boaL- As t he,
whale is unable then to breath
it weakens, and is towed to land
where it is cut up and dried and
ground I into powder for stor storate,s,"
ate,s," storate,s," ? 4'''? I
NOIUM t' one d'AbbeVille's
historv was recently blighted
into English and publifthei
Bloch and Company of Cleveand
under the title "America-1637."

STRIKING DISTANCE These personnel on the bridge are
able to quickly observe all Air Defense operations in the Canal
Zone, each plane entering within striking distance is detected
by radar and position is reported to the AADCP. Left to right
are: Air Force SSgt. Brice Jernigan. Pre, It ("1-Inin and Air
Force MSgt. Edmund,Ferreina..I.LK Army Photo)

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MintainsRiiiitidTkOtticidiNN4liie

The focal point of air defense
imerations in the Canal Zone is
the Army Air Defense Command
Post (AADCP), a subterranean
stronghold on, a hill overlooking
the Panama Canal. Bere, Army
and Air Force personnel man e equipment
quipment equipment that controls and coor coordinates
dinates coordinates air defense activitues 24
hours d,ayevery day of the
year. ,
, Amidst elaborate apparattis, the
officers and men of the AADCP
4th Gun Battalion, 517th Arillery
Fort Clayton keep a watchful eye
on potentially aggressive aircraft.
and maintain themselves in rea readiness
diness readiness against the possibility of
bostile action against. the. Cao
Da. 4
The unit serves as the nerve
center for all air defense opera
tions,in the Canal Zone with the
mission of collecting and corre
lating informatick recieved from
the surveillance radars, which is
then disseminated to the firing
batteries.'
The AADCP is manned ?.4
hours per day with confident two
may radio wire communicaVc
vtih all air defense units.
Any plane entering wihtin struc

Italian Inventor
Claims-Discovery
Of 'nenth Ray'
GENOA, Italy (UPI) An M Milan
ilan Milan inventor' who has been work working
ing working on atomic energy inventions
for 20 'years Claims to have in invented
vented invented a death ray machine.
Pier Luigi Ighinst says, he is
about ready t nublish the find findings
ings findings of his work with magnetic
atoms ,and,. the ,Iletails of his
death ray, which he describes
as "a transmitter of atomic v;-
brations ,caoable of melting the
hardest metals." 4
Ighina, who lacks high scieng
Wig degrees and training, is In Indifferent
different Indifferent to the scorn of recog recognized
nized recognized scientists.
"The impossible does not exist
anymore." ,he Piti. wilhg world
must take note of what is boiling
in the pot:" ',-

AMATEUR BULL RING
' LONDON (UPI) -- Spanish mil milliontire
liontire milliontire Angel Perat (IP Lest' said
yesterday be would build 4 hotel
resort with a do-it-yourself bull
ring tor tourists. De, teza said
the ring, to be constructed, as nart
tOresort on the Spanish Med Mediterranean
iterranean Mediterranean coast. wnuM be fur furnished
nished furnished with small bulls that would
not be killed.

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Shoat madmen and all Guttman!
The ANA a pone Take k hen
the bones on&

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TECHNICOLM
I 1 FM the 111Vel by joys Cary
' soisases thre United Artiste
gaanintrobstrostorstrostossatassigi

ing distance of the Canal ts de detected
tected detected by radar and its position
reported to the AADCP where
its course is plotted on plexiglass
maps of the- area. On the bridge
facing tbe plotting boards, the
A:my Air Defense Operatons Of Officer,
ficer, Officer, ,Captain, Alvin Jo Mayer,
is able' to, read the infOrmation
and set the mackinery of deferse
tiotioti;
Identification :of all aircraft is
affected through ,the Force
Movements and Identification Sec Section
tion Section In the event tie identifir.-
tion is other than friendly, air
defense batteries are placed on
In wartime., firing orders
would then follow ,from the hedge
as well. The of ricers and men of
the AADCP are well aware of the
motto "Eternal Vigilance is the
Price of Freedolit.'

AER Hopes ,To Raise
S600 000, !n, P,rive
4

For Army "elle'

The joint fund campaign of
Army Emergency Relief and Ar Army
my Army Relief Society will be con conducted
ducted conducted between May and Sept.
The' dirive has a dual purpose:
To raise' funds to keep the orga organizations
nizations organizations operative without incur incurring
ring incurring ta deficit, -and ,to keep", all
memberl, of ,the',4irmy,.finromed
concerning financial assistance
which they and their, families
may receive from the' agencies agenciesThe
The agenciesThe AER popes to raise $60-
000 Army-wide in, this year's
drive.

Col. Joseph F. Escude is cam camDeign
Deign camDeign committee chairman 4or
USARCAR1B, Lt. 'Col. Ernest E.
McClish is project officer and
CPot. Arthur R. Underwood Jr.,
will be fund custodian for the
Panama v, Area., project :Pincers
will be appointed to served at
Army 'posts on the Isthmus as
wen as at IAGS projects, U.S.
Army Missions, Military Assist Assistance
ance Assistance Advisory Groups and the
U.S-. Army Element, Join, Brazil Brazil1.t.S,
1.t.S, Brazil1.t.S, Military Commissiol, Key Keymea
mea Keymea also will be named as fund
essueltorb among service PersT'-
nel...
During 1958 ,: AEA idsbursP1
921,962 for assitance in 161 cs I
in this COITIMIln&lyt while 'At a.
contributions from USARCARIB'
in the same period amounted to
$361.49. Each command's annual
goal is arrived at by taking ap,-
proximately 15 per tent' of the a amount
mount amount spent for asskstance dur during
ing during the preceding year,,

Irish7Town,Honors;
Cardinal ,Cio,shing;
,
In Co !orb! Rite'
DROdlittLik, County LOuth: Ire.
landlUPI) This ancient ',town
conferred its highest, honor yeil yeilterday
terday yeilterday on, Richard Cardinal Cush Cushing
ing Cushing of ,Boston,, in 'a pageantry., et
color adn old world 'customs.
At a ceremony 'outside Our Lady
of ,Lourdes Chu,rch,' Cardinal Cush
ing was made a Ireeman of the
historic'toWn, lying'some SO miles
from, Dublin.,:' and. straddling, tbe
,River ',
Alefore' the:ceremony, the' certif.
nal preilded over Solemn It I g b
Maas arid addressed the. tongrega.
lion from, the altar., A
, ',The battle of the future will be
between,: commtmism, end the
Catholic 'Church. On one aida you
have Chris'.on' the other ,the anti.
Christ. Cardinal Cushing ,said.
warned' that Aber never
could be, co-existence between
communism, and the r Catholic
Church.

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'4,- PrARVILLP., Miss., ipril 27,11.71Y.:; Teams' ot,n1I ill'eni
1
dresst in 'rough 'field clothing, fanned' out through. tho swamps. ,.'
and pine forests of southern 'Mississippi -yesterday in a hunt foe .,,,'
the Negro victizzt of 'a masked lynch mob. 'of : .,:i.''.t.' ,',, ,i-'. ;'-,v ill
',2,-, ''. The, mob, in what, officers ,said fwas a' carefully Planned', op.
oration,' broke into 'thiPeart River:Country Jail lure thortly,af.: ,',':
ter midnight Saturday.., The nine orlon, triat wbo, entered, the ja ',t'''':
beat M. ,C.' Parker, '23,.-ivith gun butts. and 'clubs' in 'I Jaikeeg ,-.;
4
and dragged libn; screeming, to ii --waiting' getaway ear;:::., ,' , ;,. 1 -.:
1,?i ,, Local officers, said. they; expected le, itifid parker .died 'if- : .i
is foam! it, all.ii.i.-iy,124, ,''',i .' '. -:?; -,.,.. : i'-'2,-,,,,,,,' : '',;f.',..0 ,!,-!,.,.. t .'.

la auutku it, allil4.--', '-, '.. ; :, ,' ,, .' .,,4-'- I ., ''.
. ,. .., ')' 1 ".4 ,r- -. ....0', "' ,,r ' 1
',.. The, last lecerdert lynch mon, waved, at, me lust like..., Sleep? ;
.cier, in the ,Unitod State, occorr- .would any other Sunday.,. !t
in northern Missisaipel in But It a three-room shack' near ',I
,, 1955k Emmett Tilt; 14-year.old Lturiberten, Miss., Parker's moth.: --i
Chicago Negro vistting 'relatives,, er and ,his ffive. brother, and sit: ;:'
- neer sumner; Miss., vies accos ters sat as tbough St. ,a wake.. ',
Led of .1.'wolfwhistling" ,. at ,,, ,, a' 41ly son was a good boy,' Mrsp, ,,
younglwhitelrwomen. His body' Eliza Parker said.. ,,, 3
was fWnd,,,In tho -Tallahatchie -,The' men who took. Parker from
, R iver.'seven '' days hem, weight- Ilir third-floor .,jall4.,cell In thel ,-
'ed down with chains., ', ,," countr-cqurthouse entered thought
',, 'Two-white. men arrested 'in ton; a window in the :Sheriff's office and
nection With Ihe Till case yere took' the jail keys from a meta
acquitted, snd 'the murder ,, has cabinet; they leg, the keys 'behin
never been solved." ,- att the coarthou4e' atePti ).
parker mas to have gone on Other prisoners in- the jail coul
i
trial todcy In cireult court here give officers no' description of thil
on charges of criminally assault- men. The said nine, entered,g thq 1
ing a 'young white woman while jail while others waited in the
the woman's, 4-year-old daughter courtroom. Stewart said investi
looked on.- The- woman would gation stowed the men occuple
make only bne comment to news- five cars,- but at least three otb
men who called at her. home at cars, were seen in o'her parts
Petal, Miss. the town. ;- '

"Thoy got tho right ono.! sha
sold.
The FBI agenti; led by special
'agent R. L. Bachman of, New Or Orleans,
leans, Orleans, triet early, yesterdny with lo local
cal local police and highwPymatrolinen
in the second flooroffice of Conn',
tv Atty. William '''Stewart above
the editorial offic414 the Weekly
Democrat, the ,toWn's only newspaper.

The officers, about 40 in all,'
drove away in teams of two after
studying a huge map of the coun county
ty county on Stewart's-wall.- The Mint
soread ovor abeut g00 square miles
from the Pearl River swamps a aleng
leng aleng 'the T onislana border into
neighborin- Perrett CountY, the
county in which the rape victim
Stewart and Circuit Judge Sebe
Dale,'who was'to have hear& the
case against Pariceri both aid
they .4'Wouldn't be surnrisery if
the mob bad not tome from Fee Feerest
rest Feerest "CottritY.",Townspeoule insist.
ed that local retidents 'had noth nothing
ing nothing fa do with it s
, "The pedalo here sire got
toncrned tylas ski case," boys.,
tdiomuobsMisfuning' iseePatottleyteinctaiwnald..
tide of law enfortemens piersie,
, knew anything, bout that No No'',gro
'',gro No'',gro or 'that white wisman."
, Newsmen who 'hurried to' the
little town of. 2,500 residents ,of,
which shout 500 are Negroes. wery
genuinely surnrised at the frier-'
:Mess of the local citizens. Tht
who had covered racial outbreal
in other areas in the past said
the townsneople were tillOCOMMOTIi
ly friencilv'' and ali' told them the
mob must have 'teen made up of
strangers tci
Loc,1 residents-t ouickly bought
up all out-of-town riewspa riewspanets
nets riewspanets from New Orleans and Jack Jackson,
son, Jackson, Miss., at the,,, town's two
Icafeti yestlrelay 'Morning, and
remed to flow as usual.
, Tsvo If the le,ding 'ministers,
ilia Frank 'rhomas, a
BPotist, and IL Sells. a Meth Methodist,
odist, Methodist, already had nicked their
sermon topics end did not 'change
the-1 to tomment on ths ease.
Mayor Hyde, who else rumo
the lzrocery;' drova. through ,the
Negro section of the town '-' be before
fore before church' '' Ind" saki "they

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ALDERSHOT, England (T.T1'1) -4
Demolition workmen hired by th
city trooped into 'a house, eileg
up a huge bonfire of furniture
snd started, rtoping Off the roi
before they discovered' they la
the wrong horse.' - t',,
" 'most 'regrettable In i en, st
mis'ake in a million," a"' ePoket
man for the Aldershot town coml.!
til admitted: ,J, i.
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"When I reached the housi ''
just couldn", believe my eyes,
said Mrs. Gladys 'Hatwell,' whos
aunt lived in the house. Her aunt
wait away staying ', with relatives.
Y "There VaS an enormous bonfire
in ,the garden.' W 0 r kin e s were
stoking it up ,with my Sun't furni..
ture-,arMchairs, St table, a radio,
ttipboard, the. wringer. W
Ti
"ItI' litdn't gone t the go
when I rdid' It might lave ei'
pulled' doivit' comPlIttelY," ''
1 Hatwell said. ,
1 City 'officials promised that 'the ,,,,'
L woe., 80.year-old Mrs. Ethel
Gardner, Would be "fullY romPeq7
sated." '.

lIsthmus,of the death of Martin K:
Tucker, former resident of ?Ana
ma City who has iheen living in
Ashland; Ore.:"yoir,died April 9 li ',
'Ashland folloWme, a brill 10110,1111'
He as 70 years old.' .,t
,Mr,-, cket,,bved in Panama 4
frOm 1930 ; to ',1948 during which
tittle he managed the Atlas, .Ba1,,
boa and El Rancho Beer Zardens.
, He is survivedby his wife, Mrs.'
Pauline Tucker, :and a daughter,
Mrs, Lyle Womack, now ,of Los
Angeels, Calif.;',, four vandchilA
Area, and live great grandehildrem :
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, Within inInvies if the border usreli,:.; ,,(We min in love with bort wig she choosi,
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' lights flpd the niesperste fugitives!';,, ths el Dower of the man of,nlysteryt
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Former Regict Ont.'
Mcirtin
Die-in Oregon
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1:53 p.m. 0.8 ft. ter 20 years Claims to have in- ,'-' ,,,,,
cuncerning ',;' financial 'assistance th.e.7-ir-o.iery"'-iTiro4Tfli."1-Ou--Sh."-ti; lklisTriiii.7O-m-FliciCn;w 7,7-er,Liiii '::.:'1;';
th-e--stri---for;e-co--Ocint-rat-e71--m-ost 4
vented a death ray machine. , ..., 4, , .,
which, they and their, families Negro section of,,the'rfoym ''' be- Angeels, Calif.; !-'. four grandchilt .,,,
''', ., Plane Hijackers Freed On Parole., their' efforts near the Russian bor-'
Pier Luigi Ighina says, he is may receive from the' 'agencies. fore: churettY,:ine;'' said ,',"they :-' ,dren, and live.great grandehildren. .':"':
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, t der in the "Iranian province of
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.... Azerbaijan, It' Was In that area about ready, to- nublish the find- The -AER popes to raise $60),- , '-', , ., ,- ,,, ,,, ,,,- : '..,,-,,7,A., ,., ': :-.''' ::!
Arrny-wide. ,.. In thio year's,
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;,1, Fly.To Miami For Hearing' Today that the Russian jets allegedly vio- Ina of, his work with magnetie 000 ,
atoms,aak,, 'the ,,,Aetalls of .!...,,,,
:., 1,', , lated Iranian air spaee. ,
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. The Ministry. of Supply in Lon- death ray,, ,wbich he describes Col. Joseph F. ,,Escude is cam- , ..,-,,. : . L. ,,,,:,,
i.'- l' TODAY .75 AO KEY WEST, Fla. (UPI) -A for- 17, all aPplied' for admission to
s don said the missing transport as "a transmitter of atomic v,- oaign committett'.!,,chairman 4or '.. '' '' -, ''' NEXT 'RELEASE! -". : ,,;;; ''',
brations tcaoable ', of melting the USARCARIB,. Lt.,,tol. Ernest E. ' : --',!,: , 7 : ,.., '!,1'. .- i,..1,
I !' ..'. was chartered from Air Charter
:1), 1:15 2453 6:57 8:59 p.m. mer Cuban army general a n d this country as political refugees. Ltd. for one of its regular deliv- hardest metals." ,': : his drive'
McClish is ,, project officer and eg:::::OrM:41M, ,, :- :, ': -' .- ''''- '.-7: 'il
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three members of his family. who The hijacking of the Cuban air- eries of equipment to the British Ighine, who lacks high scieni Cant. Arthue,H,, Underwood Yr, ,,:gnitt,.:q,',g:::igi4::V'. V ' d d'r ' ; c ';'!'t
1,:.,,.) hijacked en airliner to flee their liner second in 10 days-oc- rodtet site at Woomera. tifie degrees and trainine, is In- will be fund ,' custodian for the ::?',:',,,,::::4A:::0$M::::,,,,r,y::,, 0 COS p ea e .,,,, ..!,,,:,. ,.,.
J!' native country were freed .on pa- curred Saturday night. at the 'Cu- .2, ,, ,, different to the scorn of recog- Pananaa.',,,AreC,', project :officers '1.,,,W.:::::NOCR '',. ,.', ',...0,,,,,,.., ,,,,, , .:.,,,,. t. .,.
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': 1 f role here 'vestordaY- ban restort city of Varidero Beach -The British.. government. has weft sclentists,, -, , .' will be appointed -, to ,-' serv at ,,
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, 'Bou) They pulled off the hijacking by near Havane. The Cubana Air-, been preparing'. for tests of the, s ' vt::0,..,,,.-e! ,, ....; L'i' ". ''' '
', "The impossible does, not eitist Army ,lposts-:. On the Isthmus SS : .F,:jt ::::::1 t t:,...,K:' '''; .k-!,1 :, : ,, ,: ,, i,, ', !' "- '-''t '. ., '''.!,
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!!' means of two pistols strapped un- liries Vistount plane touched down Blues ea
tr k :rocket' at Woomera. anymore." :, he SP iti; wrili? world well as lit .:' IAGS Drolects, U.S. ::::::',:' :,,A:'k:V.4.....',.:-F,:,,-., :,., , ,, ,. :.,,,::... ,,,.,,:...3,.i...,.::::..;.k.,:.. ::::::1,..,!;.,,.. ,.,;,..ii.,1.
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. BLusHING !:) der the full skirts of the txto, wom- there for's' brief stopover on a The Bluestreak is believed: to be must take note of ',What, is honing Army Missions, Military Assist-. ,.' ',:',i'MK,'Z'::::,,:',,,:',4:::::" ; -. I ',.., ..-,,:
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i';':,11 en in the family, flight trom.Miami te Havana
e -- , one of the most effective. rockets ht.. the, Pot'!"
- '''- '' ' U,S-.. Arerty,,Eleinent,'Join,Brazil- 1 ::',.,:it::::::: ''''.:::-.Z.::::::,...:::'; -',; ''', .,,,,, -, "1;.1-' OR Al. '::'.. '"'
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ItNI Immigration officials said the ,,,,
passengers for weapons as a rour r . .
yesterday be would build 4 'hotel nel. '-. ,',: '' : ,:,,,, ',,, .,
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yet developed in the West;
d .ii th 1 ft AMATEUR ',BULL RING : i 11S, Militartt,,.Commission Key- ',.'':':'!:::::, ,'',:'::::::t::'i:::: ' ,, '.. : ,'..,,,, . ; '' : ',' '',1,
t 1, family would fly to Miami end -In
. e four b?ar e te p ane a er A supply :Ministry spokesman
t!,)1,' "'' tirroF SEx will probably learn at .a hearing D
CU ean seeur ty -age,: as frisked the -,, LONDON' (UPI) Spanish mil:, me en .- also ;
will be named, as fund. , :::::',,::;::,:s::. -' ''',
4c,e r t a i n items". the
, gen rat and his so nd all male saln, uav e ,4:
lionaire Aneel Perat ric Leza meld cilotorb SMOng. service. person- ,,, ; ,, , ,,
i '',' r today whether they will be al- tranaport Was carrying to Weom- 0
":,; IP:Udgl., .,., ':',i,-
11. : .IN THE lowed to remain in. the United
tine precautionary measure. era werefee et.
resort with a do-it-yourseit bull During .,. 1958 .,:,' AElt .,, icifehurse t '-
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Retired Gen. Cerefino Nolasto Shortly' after the four 'engineo i ,,- .,
4 ring for tourists. De Aeza said 921,962 for aasitance in 161 ca. $ ) ..4t.,0:44,.,p',,4::;,,..::::::,. ., , .. aillAT':. ,''',:.''', .;',:::',
propjet took' to the air, the two w
.., Rodriguez Diaz, 55, his son, Sido- the ring, to be constructed, as nart in this,, tommlindy;while ,A.At,i ,,, ,,,,:A:,,;Vike.1,:,0'
, women reached under their skirts ' .' C' li
I s Easy To alc
. ,, fredo Antonio, 29, his ,son's wife, it( a'.resort Inv the Spanish Med contributions -' from-, USARCARIIi '!';,
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I d out pistols they haa ' '
t 6 iterranean coast. ',would. be fur- ,In the same period amounted, to ',
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m strapped to their thighs with white
gauze. They handed the weapens
- to the general and his son.
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Ehoks; 3:00, 4:58,
6:55, 815 pm. Jose F. Mato.
- 0.75 0.40 Vihaiem Here s How
, f nished ,with. small bulls that would $361.49. Each command's annual ,.
not be killed. '' '.,
goal is arrived at by taking. ap.- ', : ,---,,,,
. .''',' ----r "'" 4''''''''''''"' n proximately 15 per .cent.of the a.- :,',' ', ''
Rodriguez ordered eight other NEw yoRIC (UPI) The Flor- 1Plamallaw""10111000011001100aannamaaallP mount spent for asskstance '-dur ) ',''
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passengers to remain quietly In
rtireaelso.eiTittnaahtt pwteltnthifaortIatrel
at the head of the pilot, Capt
He, otdered Mato to fly to Mi.
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ida Indians used to combine dan daniffeaergus.
iffeaergus. daniffeaergus. asrrat
Ccouttiht toll di,
eira hwunhta itaogr ( 1(04 till I V
trip la contained iti It'Amenque,
a description of 'the New World, ,,t- ..-, '
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written,- 1667 by S n o
villa teogranher and tev-lyr
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, P tHik there was not enough fuel' for the
I tai ,'1;' ,,.,::,,, ..i trip. Rodriguez then ., told him to of 'King Louis XIV of France. ,,,,,g:00 1,-,,4:50 '41:55.,, time p.m,
He wrote: a-. es. 4- ':
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4 ,i',,;,-,N ,, , ape l''', it,' : The seizure of the plane was so with great ,skill and courage. Eu- ,7,,., 19 , ,' IandlUPI) -This ancient 'Atm
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ropeans' vtould never dare to .,,A 41 I
LI) n 111V- ' .. tiO IOVO with heti wu she thoosi
- conferred its highest, honor yee- '.''',, Within reendesilthe -dersaattli,..;,, Nein ,. 1 : ,
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v-. ow -, -1' American'
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It' MarIt' ' h b Wh b
s all Berger of P iladelphia, slept an a w a e
bunt whiles, as these'. batiVes. ,P' ., s' ', I terda on Richard Cardinal Cush- 1! ',lights find, ths siesesiste fCgitivest ',.:, tha Man at !Mt Pt ths man 01,nilltmY1 4-,
Iis Sighted,' it is '4, oleiroy i, I ing of ,Boston,, in a pageantry Of '12-, , ,,, .. ,, ,'',.! ',a.- -a ',,,, ,' ''''''!it.,f.ln,n' 4'. ''' n-' .74 '' ' -.!'41
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without realizing the hijacking bad followed 'by, the Indians. As'ition ,46,,, , color adn old world 'customs. j'.' ,,, 4. : ., M-1,1 hi PRES(NO , .'i , -, 1
SS they appma,ch the whale,, an .,,
At a ceremony outside Our Lady I,. -- '' 11 tir :,., ''' ,,,
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1 ,, r) , ',,, (MVP) I ndi n him, s en its ,,back and ,
occurrettllerger said the first he -1 a P ,, 4-'''
knew,something WAN wrong tae rides it. He drives 4 'tick ,I,Into ,,,. of Lourdes Church CardinalCush ' ''.', a, ,
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tog was made it !freeman of the ;'', ,....,,DED0RAIL,,Ittlin:7111..11111iilit;,...., ,,,,,,,,,
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f .' '' 4 ''' landing at Mecham Field in Key If the whale dives, be, waits ,, t. , .. from, Dublin,', end. straddling, the .;i .:,,,:, t ,','
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' tor it to surface and then Airives ,, ,': 1.,' ., ,: ,, River Boynt..',,,r4,(,,,i::1,,,,, ,,,,, '7;
another tick in his other'vostil i ' '''' '',Itefore ii,'eeremonv, the eartli- : ',' ,, - ',..
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Just before the planer landed, Smart : ''' ' th ' trur
,t,, ,t, ,: Rodriguez unloaded his pistol and He tieti a rope ta these two sticks ' t: : '' nal Welded 'oven., Solemn,
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gave each of the passengers ',but. and returns te his boat,-,..,,)1,.t e, , I, Masi arid addressed the, tongregk ., , ,, ,,,,;,,.,-,,....r.,.:.,...,,.
let as a souvenir. ,
whale Is unable then to breath ,, Skeet midmost and all Guinnent tion from. the Hat,' ,-- A ,,,, , z., ,., c 'i.,,,
t. '' The ANA a pito...Take k likm :,
4.-- On April 16, four escaped Batis it weakens, and is towed to 'land "The battle of the future will be '.,,,,,'''!' ' ''''''' ..' '''' '
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0 G011 ti war prisoners hijacked 4, an where it is cut up and dried and 1 d'ill'I"'"tta, ': , between,: communism end the '',-',
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Aeroviss Q airliner bound for the growl Into s powder ',,,, for stor- ,,1 ,t le (.111111090 ,,,,,, Catholic 'Church. On one ttide' you ,,, ,, i
Isle Of Pines 'and forced the pilot age.'" ,,e4 ,r ,, ., -Y -' fl'-.r. ,,','.,,,t4. SmsTohmirier,t''
''' 0: ':,' -L.I. ,, ,,,;, it:twat; '1,; 4 :';:' matta ova atte.. to land in Miami.' Thw iscapersi Volumi''" one of''''' d'AbbeVille's illita
' ' --- s" lila 10111,. WO. haessomi GEORGE NADER ',, heve Chris'.on' the other ,the anti- .: '''
r P ,, Christ 0,!' Cardinal Cushing sold. .,. '
who said they feared they ,would history -.was recently traslated 'IL-I''415"11 ''- H ed. th t th
e warn a ere never ,, awl K !CAVIAR L, 4, '4
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1 MICHAEL BALCON PRODUCTION be killed by firing squadC, were into nglish and publithei hl Ate, 6,8 moni by Jaye cati .' '. could be, to-existenge between ,, ,. ,, ..,
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