The Panama American

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

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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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VTirw21-i tt' rPmi.n18.'
Balboa MagibLrai c' k.;Qurt,, sn-
f;,1101.111te tOare. that his coat
wilt honor .'Lat, Day-U.S.A,
morrow -.before :,the star; of Itte
, Court's morning session, -,
The .observance. Is in keeping
'With the' Presidential proclama proclamation,
tion, proclamation, ';and;Arie, Isubsequent
1101111VeMeht-hiCahal Z011a
William E.' Potter.', The pecasion
Will be honored ,by,Yarlouslroo
'', grams:in the,Canal
1,i Brief 'T terenionies,:, It
irate's', Court,- scheduled i'' for 9
i'm Include talks by Dr.
L. P. Carrington ,; yeteran prac prac,
, prac, titionee,,, before Canal 'Zone
courtsi Sid- .1. ILi:Thomson, Jr.,
. assistant', district attorney for
the, Canal Zone., !'
2 rublie attendanct.tinil be. wela
corned for: ,this!' ceremonies,- as
'', well-Las tor the lollowing Magis-
7'trate'sCotirt session!'
StallI iho

'-PassmArt twinges'
WASHING'rON; 20.4UP1)
'State,Departroent -offieial has
',!i,1,.s.":.described 'current- passport-retina,
tioris, st tu defendsei
c Which-our enemies lave net, been
Slow- to take 'advantage
Hanes,f4r.. admirdstra admirdstra,..2.;
,..2.; admirdstra,..2.; tor .of the, Bureau of Security and
- Consular, Affairs told the Senate'
Internal Sectrity) Subcommittee
7, that many communing have IP IP:
: IP: plied Passports -since; the
, Supreme ',,, Court decisiori ,..last
ryear striking down Certain. Pass.,
, port rules On grounds the' were
not specificItlly.,',afit4orized,".bY
" 7., Congress.,;::,,,..6,,q,1,,-i ;'.?
:; 4, Hanes sUpported legislation to
' authorize the Secretary, of ,State
' to deny.passportv He Said cont cont.
. cont. Ininigts appliertfor the
: pauporte- Apparently because
they felt 'ibey would tot be able
to get, them, if Congress actecL,
He, caned foe,. immediate en-'
acitinent !of the legislation and
4 rioted that President Eisenhower
bad sought', such, measures"im;-
mediately after; the Court hand.
,.1; ad down. itg decision, lest'June.
r 7 Hanes ''13eps.rboent
Was trying, to protett" the Unit Unit4cl
4cl Unit4cl State by. denying- passports
,, to, those mrelatively active sup supporters
porters supporters of the communist move moverent
rent moverent whete treVel, abroad would
constitute 'ait Actual danger to
ttli
d.:.
'!' Pope:John Nome's
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tosternY rrelatet
,,
F 'A t
or, rgen
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SATICAN
.,Pope John XXIII; to to,
, to, day .erected ,ordinariste tor
'614he 'faithful ot Easterri Rites in
rAegentina' nominating a$ Irdi Irdinary',
nary', Irdinary', Mona. ,IPirmino tonne.
Archbishop of,. Buenos Aires.,
'1 The Pope' also nominated 26
) Auxiliary Of the Ordingriate
, Mons. 4; Manuel- Tato, titular
:, Bishop' of Aulon,, Argenilnar

oricelaTacev3ena

11:0.0::,',..1.:0.it,.....41r4.0.!.::;!Y...0$

, a& 1, EN 111, V
reasons,why she should. resign
because of her feud with Morse,
chairmart of the Senate Foreign
Relationa subcommittee-on Lat Latin
in Latin America,: .'
F Eisenhower said 'he taw. ''no
major impairmenV Of her, use usefulness
fulness usefulness and. added that Brazil-,
Ian officials- agreed. Mrv Luce
publisher husband had suggest suggested
ed suggested she, offer ; to resign' because
of the political 'attacks -op her
by"Morse and otherse ',,', ?,

purto' p.cr .aucwr ,P4,1",45"!: .11I4, ; : The. President' ,iaid AIN '56'1..
nOtr ,;,' :''',4a,' -":' '7' !:" '. :;7 :,5 year-old. Mrs."1,uct-:wax "in, a,
';,-,..--Seti4 Stephen ''-311.. Young : sort ,,,of,,-'heated type: et,. dia.,
1 415"Oh lol-said ilte",Lute eonl ..; position ;.1)and .; temperament"'
-. trOversy "brungist Aoyinind a ;,whin, she Aremirked ,,after,:lhe":
-4 'poem 'e' entitled': ',;"lbe .1Pomat: Senate,..eiinfirmallon- Tueaday;
', With 'The Serient's :Tongue,. ; ,,''that, het troubles .',with :Morse,
.,'which he ;read to it silent 60114, "'go :, back i110111tr' Year! when:-
'Iste.At, referred'it "a woman.
'' oen;,,ldorse walk kicked .',In ;the' ,'.
',."arnhitlou4' 'cowl:" ber ','- natal : beadbp.i,,horse,",.;t ,:t....., ,1.,,-.,:,-; ',..;
'.liont4 with:: .!"poisoned ', words ,, EiSenhower '-said!thitti evnif.
.
' that,: wlidly',. -flyA".., ..,i-:,,I
;':-Zisenhowerts y warm t endorse endorse'
' endorse' ''' ''','''' Mra.: Luce's. remark "was-111-ad.
yised,-;:it-;as 'humtin: anclithe'
MentAlismissed her:. verbal .pot- did-not: Mean it at a disparage"'
shot- at Zen.: Wayne Morse OD" ,rnent of -the ,ll,,,"Senate, and ,1
pre.) i- ;at "perfeetiyz nuniann!,!: dOn't '. think Jilt S,enate ',thinks
though,"1.11-advised.!!.' ,:' ',',',.-, 't.:'''..,:'. of it that, we y.7..";:: 'i 4 ..; -- ',',- -,',:- ',
g'.;,,tut. '' ihiAlresidOn14,41ote of ',:::611tilly.,,,alter ihni, rresident'
-enlidence' failed :-- to -Alead 'off IttlIrd 'conference, Morse renew'
the. new ,Ilare-up IrC the Sen- ed the. Senate' wrangle over the
ate,;;';-: -. :'-' ', 4 :,. ',.."-, -', -.-:- -,:, ,;r:!' Luce, nomination, .-:.hyp:': reading
, .,; ,I.::-r,1-..?''.,.':','"'''''t-'',r'. '''"'''.'"'""....0',.''':,...: from.' ;the:: 'Closed-406r ',record .o:f
:'::,, At One': Po in t in- the. dobilei : Senate. 'Foreign -;Belations:-Pom"
i Sen.: John 'IL:. Carroll ID-Colo.),! mittee :sessions'. :on :net appoint',
'i said ,'"If we': continue on 'lip ment. It showed that : on blarOlt
:'thlif 44ebate,',.',not'' tfilllr '': int 3 :he: moved foriber, approval., ,:,-,,,
';-, whole -:"..., countrY .": b -u,t .. Latin I.' But later, lie "'Saido-ne,'fieci--,1
'7, 'America will ; think : we're; all eu.-:' she' Wat"..,not ,1:qualified and'
',nuts. T., '':::''''':.,-;.:.',',:' -V '''!:' .1 l''';'''. I" "acted accordingly Morse :Said'
.'', :The ,:i Preside nt,!, 'at ':. hia -..'-hwif that as ;chairman ,of "the'Senate
conference; -praised Mit, Lice al ,sunconunittee- he ,Wohld- -cooper"
"a.' dediCited and useful pubilC ate with 'birs,Litte.)f- she goes
":'-nr.". ''.--1"--'-',. .. ,. ,, L. ,,, .. , to BraziL But,. he.' said::::IW:still
' '. 'S". : -: v'''''.i; '.','.',':..'.1,:''':.''''- ',',. .,, .'1:':1:': thlnks,',"her ustfulness'tbOoVer,?.
. ... . . ,,,., , roft.,:'-nWth., en .31. twat, finis., hed,7Btr,kt -:,
alltorteys Ilead:' ,reads Up', the,,, Senate,::-: at.,
' -.: ';,:'.'' '''':''', .?' 'r; ...I', r,,;,,', ,-':i" : Mrs, Luce's, liquest,:. the lritn.,,
tali Day, Program -,,:
,., ; seritit-:of a Aelephonelalrtlut,,
- leader '., bad ''''-with', bee.,
' ':, ',,"' :' "'''' -' ,'.'.:.:-:,-,";:,'''.';'.''' :': '''' 7 ''S '... ,.. :1 phyaidian,'''Dt.! -Mitten. Rosen.",
OhlF1 Jomorrovvv:,
i
L Muth,. of l!lewr,Yorlt. ,..!, L., si 7 i :
.7,,,, ,. i , ..;,, : ..The doctor tOIC,I)Irksen: that
:.,.-',',.:,::.'-',;;;',.'i. .......' ..,;;.,, ; :ii.,...,.", ..- -, .. Mdrse had' asked- him:: last Wed"'
'IL','.'qC1,''' lamea;t.: Start Uf tie -neSdafOr"ThursdaY it' Mrs.. Lime
Judge .-Advcate's ,Office, USAB- ever, hid i.
.,00tt tindpr tha part

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USW IA LIAM Wail ILI Atli UM yea Ler-
day to acknowledge personally the !ion; 1O years two I months' And
cheers of' thousands Ig Japanese Iwo daYa "',, t.'7, ,,''' ""J'Y '
01 h 0 '' swermed intd the palace ': Capt. William It. ',,CalCutt? bilot,,
grounds to paY bodisge,tion 4ble three months. and eight' day's: A
58th birthday. 1.', P '0' .' 2 '1' Emerson W. '', Cottrell,;L' tontrol
. P 'Ik ,, . t ,- house operator, Gature. Locks, I,7
' the Emperor, EA Emprear Ne. years 11, months ;and 21days i,,,,
gako appeared several times on a Joseph A. Rancourt, Marine ma maplatform
platform maplatform before the ,t h e e r i ri g chinist, Industrial,: Divisien; V1,0
crowds with, Crown Prince Aki- years and, r dayst ,' ,,' ,,,. ..;4
hito and his commoner bride, ,,, Andrew 'A: Whitlock,: general
Princess, Michiko,, and theiv two engineer, Industrial, Divisionv ,35
other ,children, Prince Yoshi and Years and 224 ChlY14, ", 4, ''' ',1
. ,
Princess $ugs. , ,. 0,, Saversteck ,was born fill'.Upli.
, -, ,, .' ''' dendele, Wash.; end was employ,
- Estimates of Vie crowd ranged ed for many l'yeare en ships of
from 130,000 to, 300,000. Police said the Pecific Maly Panama Mail
more than 500 ,children were re- and Grace- tine befero Jeanine
porte4 ,"lost." ', ,- e 6 the Canal ergenisatien In 1934 as

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::,,: WASHINGTON,' 'April :SO (CPI) Congressional 'foreign policy leaders: said today- the dispu
et 'assignment of, Clare Boothe. Luce as ambassador to Brazil forecatt 'a tighter Senstscheek on
future -noneareet; diPlomats'4-Ostarting with weditor, Ogden :14.- Reid Of New York, a director of
:: the- Panamk Canal Company. ;07 ; 4
;--000'',The 'former oditor-01--the ltitr, York' Bereld-Tribine, 3 years, old ..and lacking Mrs:- Euiels
diPlomatie esPeriencet l'resident" Eisenhower nomines as., ambassador to Israel a hot spot
' of the, .Middle Bast.-. t w. t: ; ,
, Ig !AL keyOnember of tlie Senate Yoreign, Relations tommittee, preferring not : to identified,
said Reid and, all: other non-career nominees 'will get .4"very, very-close scrutiny!. is a result of the theLuei
Luei theLuei Attain:. :', t ' "!:;; '' "fr -4 4 '" :: ',
aiOndieSted.Ovenle-;: The disput- flared anew.' late' serVent''-'; and s'itid;
itiort the roivAleCelOped the, yesterday with these develop, rtason s'::,why':- she should resign
';''''sertsts:00ver-"confirmation, of, mente;),,,,, F' because, Of her' feud with Mers,
:. the-,I64year,;old AO e': of Tinto T:,,',;-Senate GOP leader': Everett chairman, of the 'Senate Foreign
.::,,MagaZine,;rditor ,Ifenty'R6," M6Dirksert,;'(111.) aocused,' Morse Relations; subcommittee 'on Lat.
Luee.: The severity Of the OW of trying to persuade Mrs Luce's America;:'s
'confirmation ihattleAnade it PhYsician to ;violate bippit7 ,: -Eisenhower rliaid -: ; ssw. ono
Xteid,",:would cratio:;;oathby '011Ving Morse major 'Impairment'4 Of,.ber use use::'''
::''' use::''' face' tough'going,7" -;,1:; report on her-ipsychiatric'',ton- fulneek and:added that: ,Brazil,
i!- Preident 'g vi dition:': without her' :PermiSsion. ion :officials:, agreed., Mrs' Lucel
Mrs,...1.tice;: former envoy,' to its.. Morse '', said 110 :only': asked:11er Publisher husband bad suggest-2:1y,
s:warni,blessing' for the Bra." dsOctotlf slit had"- been. getting- ed she-, offer to 'reSign,' becstiet
siiianzpost4desPite it tOiltinUing PsYchiStrib ,):treatanent ; arid :bed of the political 'attacks .r.0 her
storm'Of ,Benate briticisin 'of :her never asked' lOr a me dicer re-, Morse and others 0-- .6;
: bebaviOr underire:The Senate Port' lder:doctor said. 'she: s p' -id'er&4ar-i;1
young : yooettar7oot docteypswaget, "idnist,
confirnied ',her -;7tiesday,r,but '-a ii?!. : '8, 8.;r
postre, onfirMationAtatement, she
at WaYne (070hio) said the Luce coal
'; Juritiottand,;,, temperamenVI,
morsol-y,,(Dfore.),:;. reopened treversy ;: brought ':,,!to:: 'Mind ; ,a
4poem,efititled1;',,The ;nen, she ...remarked after,,;ThS,
themis:Ad ,controvorsf,..,
, t With --The S r ' en"L'e"firmatIon en"L'e"firmatIon;;
;; en"L'e"firmatIon;; e pent's 'Tongue 6 Tuetdar.
8 that,, ber troubles 'with 'Morse,
7, :hiek he:read to a ellen en4,

referred-t to a, woman
','Harnbitlous.; from'i her natal
:pliour,4 '-'!poisoned,', words
that, Wildly, fly r
r:Zisenhowerts ;wirm endorse endorseMent
Ment endorseMent -dismissed her : verbal tot-.
shot- at Zen.: Wayne, Morse (1:
10re.) !iperfectly1 hunianf!
1, though :Ill-advised:
Ks-But the.- toresid-ent's4,-yot of
' chnlidence failed:- to 7tiead off
the new :flare-pp irt" the Senate,..--.
, ;
At one4oint in- the- dekatei.
Sen.-John
;said .,1If we'. continue on with
:debate,' --not only 1:. the
.1', Whole countrit b tatin
'America will think we're all
;nuts:
',The Prsident?, at. liewt
conference; praised Mis. Luce
"a dedicated wnct useful .pu4c
- ?-4-:-

CAltilk and Federal District, At Attorney
torney Attorney ROVilai3d1, Hazard -t
highlight the.. Law Day Program
over !,C.F11:,,,on.,,,tomerrow with a
ditictiaalakytomparingi the rights
of persona accused' of crimes when.
tried by !arid military
,cogrtg. ;-;!.
Opeit': the ; program,
ivhicli.: will be conducted on the
Panorame -from.; 5:45
6!1.5- p.m.,. with :aa' explanation of'
Ithe, significance' of', Law' Day.. He
wir:then introduce film concern concerning
ing concerning Justicel John ',Marshall
and the important part he played
in ,thedevelopment of the law un under
der under the tonstitutioi of .the United
States. The discussion between
zard and. Starr will folloW.
r.Lawl DaY has': beei
tor nationwic-recognition 4of the
important sole of law the lives
of people In theUnited Stites.
1.11i his r.official. proclamation of
LaW,DaY'1.1.S.A.e!President EisenT
bower observed,. that,- "'apprecia "'appreciation
tion "'appreciation of. the importince.,'of-lawl,in
the Idaily lives of 'our, citizens is
a source of natiothd strength which'
Contributes, modertand.;
big of' the neCessity. for 4he rule
of 'Lai and, the, protection ,,eti the
rights vf Abe individual: etlierilt7,'
i0;
,
Bows'To
n ;$ Jrt ay ii,;,,
i,, e
Tina (UPI Y-!..-E Peror Mt;
bito broke. with tradition yester

ever k had been under, Vie care
of t: psychiatrist.
Accordhig to --the-i
the doctOr told Morse he,' &mid,
riot give sueltiriformation, want-,
out Luce's written permis permission.,
sion., permission., But, the' physician, said he
did, tell Morse that t'to ,the, best
of 'rat knowledge,' shd had ',not
been attended ; Mahler
trist! ' ,s
The Pre'aident, in his 'defense,
of -Mrs. Luce,' noted that she
had been: subjected- tri running
attacks during the ',Senate bat.
tie over', her -confirmation.: Ne
took 'the position'; that" she:was
provoked into her :erack 'Tuesday-at'
kforse.
The President idcied -that 'Mrs.
Luce may have Wished that ,her
statement woul& never be- pub published.,
lished., published., 'In, New Ork,. mrs. Luce
declined comment on All phases
of' tieennowerla 'nert confer conference.
ence. conference. :, 4 !,';,'

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AT- 'miss CONAILENtr The 'fact-Aiding teem of., the Or.
- garklzation ,of- American; States informs:newsmen's-14 the latest-.
developments at,s4ress conference held' attoon totclay at Ho.'
;te111, PaimmL,Alit lIght,,ls,..Argentine'Ainbassador 'Cesar Bar.
''rlos Matadi:). next to.1rernandO 24bbo4of 'Brazil; who presidei
-Iner4na group, and Jorge Hasera,,CfCosta Wear
, ,
, .,q:
Fonteyn To,. Brussels

,,,, !1, ,, T t
nate the truth',and-tite-coa :sa

: PANAMA, IL: P4.111IIRSDAY, APRIL 1939

,ana

LONDQN; April SO (UP1)--Britisk ballerina Dame Mar Mar'
' Mar' got Fonteyn flew A Brussels today for a' one-day d,purely
private visit?
Ig mut hei first 'irlp'nut of England' eine., arriving here'
Ivan Panama last week on the heels of Panatnantan chartra'
' that she 'and her husband, Dr. Roberto Arias,belped, plot a:
,revolution.in theLatin American republic, 4
' ,P.The, hatless, dancer' told reporters lit' 4111401
airport,r,olln going-t0 BrusSels just for one day:It is purely
private. there was anything in it t would tell you so,"
She smiled -broadly- for Cameramen' and waved at ihim
ps tho BEA Vficount airliner taxied off - ; 1
, Arlaccurrentlyis in the Brazilian, embariy (Panama
' Thari Si a sizeable- colony of ianamaniaiis Biussels.?

k
'Atmy tank- will give
settencert rat' 1:30 p.m., Sunday;
May,r at the, Fort Amador. band bandstand.
stand. bandstand. 11--S gi. Loyd-. ,A. Eyerv J;-
Wilt, conduct,..,;';:
;The prograni Fbegiti with
4(March.; Militaire'!; by Schtibert,
followed .lay:,'',,VSat A Sevilla": by,
0 rtt Slave"; ,:by
Tochaikewskyl,';',IStormy Weather"'
by ..13ennet4.L'!"rhe World Is Wait Wait'ing
'ing Wait'ing ler, -the Sunrise". by Alfred,'
"Original Suite; by licab,.
of. the Flitme(!.;', Teague and
"Aravads"- ,bfleurgan;:-,' e -,
4-After', a,'-aliort intermissfon the
band "'will igeY,'Py-, the, Blue 'Ha 'Hawaiian
waiian 'Hawaiian 'Woitert. by, Retelbeyi: "At,-
lantio(-:!by 'Softened, ,:'4413roadcast
from ,"Eraill'1,,,by, Bennett,1"Ifictor
lierbett,Pavorites by ,1,4404: (,Pa.!
jams ,:Ga Mel!, by ,, Reedi. !the
Ilan. in ,Algieri",by' Eassini,4 ballet
from' 14Coppelie.: by Eallipson and
it, mit& Panamii", by ',Allred.
- ;The piiblk is ,invited fto ,attend
'this Concert.' Admission is ,free
and,. -seats All; pravidedi-
,HouseStitains:'
tet'Vlitit"."
'NatrOW MO rg
'''AVASHINGTOls4i
-,'-'rhe 'Halite,- by four.f.vote mar margle;
gle; margle; today uitained :President
senbower's,yeto.af, Itural
trification
''J action .tikepti.,intact Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's -record, of ,never baying'
law enacted -over,,,h11,-; vetch'
House toll': call vote Siao
280' to:446-411'favot of 'overrritling,,1
hut' thie -.wet-lour Yates' short .!ost I
the 4equited two-thirds.'..TlioSent
ati Tuesday, voted-, to override
the ...veto-60-46'27,i ,twa. votes- more
tban4he, minimum 'refitted.'

.'" Six men;One veteran ,'with a '1, plifIn." training., Ho,shae' been ',,
Years ot Service,": were retired ia-Panamatonal pilot, since 1930;
from the CanaL organization, thie and. on Stiv6ral- itcasions has;
inonth. Retirement- cicertificates acted 4 it' assistant. port: captain.,
signed by Gov: 4W,r-P. otter;' were In
presented' by 'him 'this,' morning, Alaverstock owliosie
..The tomplete ',list 'of, those, re'. bdatingip twin the Isthmui
tiring,. their ,positiohs and. ,:,,the early 'in :May on- his wk.: 3tgant
length of their Canal, serivce Joie boat 'fee the ,Ilahemia where he
lows:. ,$ and Mrs.' Biverstock plain td eke
, Capt.' taterstock; their :.future Mrs.,:. Bever.
in, the Navigation 'f:Division;!. 24 otock,, will 'by',
years, 40 months, Auld .12 days. Blakeln, mative, losephliie,
Robert M. Blakeltrrr lead, foro serVed." with .tbe
man machinist,i- Industrial Divt. my t, during 'the, ritst
riot; 'lit years two. mondial Ind and ,,came to the, tanil,'Zone ,4
two 'days.. 4 1940 as ',machinist ,in, the-Balboa:
Capt. WITHAM 'L ',Calcutt?: bilot,, Shope... He, bat, bees lead lore,
three months,7 and eight' days: A man' ;machinist in Industrial
Emerson contrl Division shine' 19344,
house 'operator',: Gature.,Locks;, 17 After retire mant,, Mr,4,11114,'
years 11 months "and 21days. heti plans te make" his h,ome
, Joiteph A. RancourtcMarine ma- jitloride.4
ihinist,,, Industrial : Divisinn; V 10 Calcutt, 1. the Aecond Xenia pilot
years and, 27 davit iry to, retire April,' was born in
4, Andrew Whitlock; general Alatheds,' Calif., and served with
engineer, Industrial, ,Division -',33 the MS.. Navy: durtn $141. World Vat
years' and 22 days., 1. ke Baverstock,' spent Se.
Savorstock' 'war born In''.0o1-' vete year aboarilahips, operated
dondalo, Wash.; end wis Ample. by 'the Grace line 'Millie Pena Penaod
od Penaod ,for Man,' 'Toots on shiPs of mir,Mall. Re came to the" Canal
'the Pacific Maly Panama Mail Zone' in 1034 as dock loreman
and Greco tine befero leinint in Cristobal and has been a Canal
the Canal organization tn 1934 as pilot aince,1931,

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Twor.)notorcyClistO eppeared in
Baibou ),Ivragistrate's '-Court ,r on
two Altfferent, traffic charges qnd
both', were' foUnd' guilty s. and fined
for ,the offenselh!';
, ':',Partimanian,
was 'found guilty of driving his
cycle on Tivoli' Avenue without a
Cana Zone drivers ;license. and
Ives fined $20. ,4"404','0 ,', ''''
, The second 'cyclist AVis
merican- youth, Lewis' IV: Bate Bateman,
man, Bateman, 11, who was guilty 'of speed speeding
ing speeding on Amador .fined
$10.'
Isidila IL, Rodriguez, 35- years
old Pananienian ,was found guilty
of oDerating a large ,commettial.
treck v1111 Highway' 'with
the vvheelsot-one, exit 'overload 'overloaded
ed 'overloaded by' more than 1.0,000 pounds4'
He, wai fined
, Norman S. Brown, 49, Costa RI-,
call,0 was fined 910 or starting
his sbut too quickly,,' and' 'without
regard- for ;safety along ,, Diablo
Road, lnit. payment of the fine
was suspended and. Brown placed
on ebt- months probation: 1

f I I'M
u nt ay'
Have'ruisintegrated
ADELAIDti 'Australia (UPI)...
A brilliant shower of sparks seen
by' tritinect,1 observers early yes.
tordiy led se i en t ts to be,.
lieve x.section ,of Ittissia's Sputnik
III launched ik' year'ago had dis
tritegrated over Abe sea about' 200
miles' south of Australia
' Observers waiting, for the 'V.&
Etploret, IV to' pass saw' the dis.
play',A spokesman' at, th Woorn,
eta research establishment'; aid
the objecV wax,' traVeling o'slower
thae a meteorite ,and in' the right
direction for it, to be, part of
SPutnik ni., foggibly the ;nose
tone.

'1,, A 4 t
omgoany Retire,

leaVing the Canal Zone for Sante
Barbara,' Calif.. 'Where they,
make their.lomt.,',A, 'At .3'; A,
Cottrell leas born :in Wittern.
bert;, end joined the Canal
organization' as a wireman in" the
bivision in Cristobal
In' 1941: was transferred to the
Atlantic- Locks .as 'n towing loco.
motive, operator ,in 1944., was mad,
tunnel operator tin:, 3250;', and has
been control houie operator at Oa Oath&
th& Oath& since 1951' '1 7;
end, Mrt tottrell :p an
make their ,tutura horns
Mexico:' ,,,,, 7', A ,t
, poneoUrt, native et East
,4Angus, Canada, is toaturalised
, United States' citizen. Me aerved,
'with the U.S. Army during 'the
.Socond Work( War end joino4
, thlk Canal organization in 1945
, as 'a '', at .thollathoe,,
1,43
oy'After- e short' break in his ser
vice., be was reemployed in 194
machinist 'at Gatun tacks
amMater at machinist in the In.
dustrall Division in tristoba14-
and Mrt RancOurt 'plan to' liVe
in Maine; after his 'retirement,
'rho longest,' Canal series et:
these boing retired is April was
:14." At 1 'A. A

itbraltiml Lincoln

3
Search -planes were out from Albrook Meld today, on,beliall. of. th.e.,
,
Organization of American States looking for one and
,
essels filled, with invasion troops intept on the overthrow of,Prsident.-
Einesto',de la 'Guardia 'Jr.
' Guardia'S government has told the OAS investigating' conim
,
iee here,that the, information Concerning, the vessel's-departure from
ba about 24;hciuil,liag comes from :the., Same intelligence 'sources 'whieh-:
accurately predicted the arrival of theJnvasion Ship,'Mayari
,
ibbean coast near Sin BIAS point eirly,Saturday. morning.
' The,'Military;team with the OAS invetigating inithittee ,fly by, kelictipter,',
from Albrook to Nombre de, Dios this afternoon ,if weather permiti to try to'makellk.
rett contatt with the,'Cuban invaders who:are holding',the
While the military ,members of ,the commissuin try to 'establish tontact at' ,,
bre de7Dio,. the other members may make' ci fti'At flight to'Cuba;where, the invaders.'
are, alleged to have been retruited, trained and pai4
Should the''',USAF. search planes, froM Alb.rook, sweeping the Caribbean 'off Cos;,
ta Itka and,,Gtiatemala, tight the 7iniasion',Shipi thet will report direct to'' the OAS
cOmmisiow,' here presided over ,by' Fernando lobo o Brazil, ',,,
. 'group will report ,to,,,the OAS council in, Washinotom The ,coOncil will ds4
liberate.; actiOn. to toke. The,. vesels,,yfili7 be Vable tail on,:un;
inblested The coincil ereflios;:r16,ailthOrit't ,,order- counter meesures,101:16zioid,
thk-tiff0;nnfti,' , , ,; ,

Ois'afternooil; .';

pi.!,-!..,011, the DanatIone,:pe.,,n' luttle-eoutp,ntlre, 010111.1Np ke-, postk: 'Madden Dant
ea n ,;:itiefenije 4...Dne ',Otte Nc011:bjei; Of: Otp's!:- on Midden', itikel
Washtnit;n;-:,the;:pok,ii00:0:it
irpo' rte. :1;.f Tr ore, inVastom;foroeai
Aairttc ;;;Uruguir eaktf theilDpOrte:, froti.11.41;oie
loomm itteii-',viera;, of ',.iiiffitteAteeri,4yetisi.,1.0errant
,::un'darefiod tty, aye: ai ked the Cuban, toverntilint, to' r.exhaiiet
effortalle uliptesa' :any fuith er' pa"iirilintati,!a6tivItlee,

iltobtr'saiti Mai let Vain today that
hitt committee 'is empowered to
Hrepert and recontimenti," but not'
to take military ,action against any
invasion force. :
, He said tbat while today's search
vlanes, are VSAF aircraft from A1-1
brook, Costa Rita hits offered the
DAS mission two Mustang fighteri
and Ecuador, has offered two
4,71 which ,could. be used in. the
search.,,,The first is expected at,
Albrook', shotAl,
Guatemala has offered a grouti
at men specially trained in jungle
Ind mountain warfare. They have
act arrive dyet.
Lobo's group has received word
from Cuba that the,vessel Corin Corinthia
thia Corinthia has been prevented front sail sailing
ing sailing from Santiago de .Culaa for
Panama. Lobo said be bag reason
to believe the Corinthia was car car'tying
'tying car'tying soldiers of fortunel and arms.
, He noted' today, that Abe Cuban
navy has already cut off Owe or
three invasion attempts, not necn
'essarily bound for- Panama., At'
least one such attemp) was head headed
ed headed for Haiti. k, I
Lobo ,has told bis headquarters
in Washington that patrol boats as
as the t search planes are
needed te protect Panama's coasts.
It la not known et what,. action
OAS's ,4 Washington headquarters
has taken to secure- such vessels,
l'he'epproaching ships are fe feported
ported feported to be of 1000 Rini each, and
of Guatemalan registry,
revealing that the military
component of his miskion was try trying
ing trying -to establish contact at Nombre
de Dios as soon ,as possible, Lobo
inoted that aa investigators the milt

-;;;Tj , 4 '
Captele, epd ,1VIrst 'talitat citicikod, up ',by Whitlock, ,a
eal)ing the Canal ZOIlle. for Santa' give Of NWCIStlei Itito who lila
Barbara,' Calif.o.'Where.:' they,tvill boon working for Mu Coma' more
make their'.home;',i, than 33 g,
Cottrell was bore in Witter. lie4' tame to the ,Isthmus with
Dert;,WI.,?and joined lbe Canal his family id 1922 and Was, Om Om5rganization'
5rganization' Om5rganization' as a wireman in the ployed k$ oil clerk in the, Balboa
ElettricaV bivision in Cristobal Shops or, a short .time in '1923.
In' 1941: He wag transferred to the After his .graduation from Balboa
galactic Locks as a' towing loco High,School, Ile,was employed as
motive, operator ,in 1944,, was made an apprentice draftsman, in the
,,,unnel operator tin', 1250;' and has Mechanical,..itime Industriar
been control houie operator at Oa- sinnt
- -II

Ile 'was ':employe as a detail
draftsman in the Balboa Shops ltl ltlter
ter ltlter be 'completed, his apprentice apprenticeship
ship apprenticeship 1939 He was promoted
to planner' on ,the ,S.11,-; and third
locki work in' 1941. In1942, Whit Whitlock
lock Whitlock Was assigned' to thw'NorfOlt
Nar. Yard to, receive instruction
in the operation' ot 4radiograPhic
and heat treating equipMent.
''' He Wati promoted, to assistant
produCtion 1 superintendent tn 'the
Mechanical, Division ',in 1944 and
made production., superintendent
in 19484- He ,,, has been general
engineer. in the Industrial Division
at Cristobal since 1950. ,tt,
f, Mr, and Mrs, Whitlock Ind their
son are leaving the Isthmus terb,
in May and will Make their future
home in Houston, Yexati

Tearn
h Nonvibre

'sion as ear o Y one s the
'It it cl id e't
storythat of the Panitmanian gov.
ernment. The Nombre tie Dios triP
initially Would be to seek the in invaders'
vaders' invaders' point of view rather than
to 'present truce or surrender
terms.
' Lobo said the Panamanian Na National
tional National Guard detadhment which
claims to have Nombre de Dios cut
off by land and sea is not expected
to launch anv attack against them
which the OAS fteam is trying to
establish contact.
,
Minister of Governmnet and
Justice Jose Bazan has said the'
Guard is on Orders to try to avoid
bloodshed. Lobo struck the same
note today when he said the rebels
maY be "young fellows, idealistic
and somewhat crazy. Nobody
wants to kill them." i
Pananianian
National 'Guard forces,
strengthened by armS and
ammunition supplied by the
United States, were moving
toward Nombre de Dios to en encircle
circle encircle the invasion head headquarters
quarters headquarters and cut off a 20-man
spearhead moving tow a r d
, Panama City.1

'Ito OAS commisison,. headed headedby
by headedby Bragiari Ambassador. Fer Fernando
nando Fernando bot and including U.S.
Ambassador to the OAS John
Dreier, Argentine Ambassador
,Cesar Barros Rurtado, Costa, Ri Rican,
can, Rican, Minister 4orge Hazer& and
Paragitayan :Ambassador Juan
Plate, conferred upon arrival
yesterdas with Panama nit n
President Ernesto de la Guardia
Jr.' and other hiih government
Officials
t
, : two' Cuban'. gniern gniernment
ment gniernment ,,,emissaries' said .tne
Vader still were determinsd
"liberate" Panama' 'front :what
they ,conidered a dictatorship
although they had, agreed ,,,to
',L call a temporary truce.- '
' Panamanian Interior Minis- ,,
ter', Jose ,, D. Satan said the'
snission of the two Cilbati "ar "army
my "army 'officers eent here 't,,,,try
! 'to itrrange' the''surrender of
the Cuba-based invaders ,was
"considered a failure ,by our
government."
, Capt. Raul Torres,' ens 'of :the'
Cuban ernissaries,, said be might
return to Nombre de nibs withl
the OAS team,' The Other,
remaine4, in Nombre de
Dios, tO, continue trying to con convince'
vince' convince' the iinvaders, torgive tip
the fight. 1
, TOMS. said he' mit end talk-,
td with AO insurgent& and that
the 'rest'Were on patr01. Re' said
they e,told him ',the luvaeing
force, included about 80 Cubans,
3 PanamanianS,'1,American and
1 Puerto ,(
,ilorres said tt told" the itiVad itiVaders
ers itiVaders the il'OUball, lOvernment, wai
seal:nat., their adventure,' but
that orie14 the ,Insurgents said
1.a ,, t'.,
, ?

FIVI1 ClEtITS

be bad recelied his trIVIA1011. ON'
dere froln Raul Castro, younger".
brother of Premier ridel'Castrty
and commander- of the Cuban
army. 9 -, ,-'
The five-man OAS COMMI;
sion was expected to proceed ,,to!
the invaders' beachhead in the
Atlantic coast town of Nombre
de Dios, and nOtity thom'of the
OAS council's unanimous dect dectstork
stork dectstork to help Panama' defend It:
self. x
no Organization of American .4
States assumed responsibility tor', :
the tactical defense, ,of ,Paname
Yesterday with the., 'arrival of a :
special five-man 4 commission to
survey the situation.- ,,
Me commission promptly'', ap
pealed to the 21 member nations to,
send planes to Panama for "peace.; ,-,
Jul observation flights over Pena.-
manian territory and the nearby
seas."

hvEocruellechonny arlassrukdance plbanVess,ftildo
brook Field, a U.S.:base Jos
Zone. -1 '
Guatemalan president llignet
digoras Fuentest said 10 day ego .1
before the ,first invader setfoot :I
on Panamanian soilthat,
male would send troops to aid ani ;
Central American country J'which
was 'Invaded from Cuba.
'PA
' nemantan troops alrea,.y,',,,,aro
deployed 'around Nombre detDios,
seeking for the moment mersely t
contain' the invaders trithouCprsw
cipitating a battle. President ,,,,Er6
nest dek la Guardia renorteCis.'
terday that'coastal .resients have .';:
organized', "civil guards"t to patrol
Possible' invasion beaches.,
:'!
info'rmod sources in Hivinn,',.;.!
d la GOardie had reotteAto
oban, offer to send 11,-Aeitotet- ,
1 patroi frigate and hod sugge4ted
that the tokens itself to,ouard
their own tbestr Ito4:prevent
further'', invasion
Col.'2, Adolphe ,A,,,,, Greene.' intel.'
licence' rbief id' the ,,Caribltean
rolikmand, has been assigned.
in aid to Ambasendorjohn Dreier,.
tO.Smember of the GAS commis.' ."
sion,
.Press Aisnate
vittatto- near the,- Cost
border which wag ,raided, by rebel
lettittees tbrite wekt1 agOi itahl halt
a dozen. incendiart, fires were' re.,
norted. area YesteMoy,
mere WWI no renort, sew, fight. 4
ing,, around ,Boquetc-PV-Pr,Y
' 1
NOt OtTlotrOYt),..'':,'
, ,at' n'am'mashion',' bre' rsen ere 521 417:1. 4:" "iy1 Ilsbdalar ubt ind;PartaalaYr::::r

,.. ..... ,,,,,,, ,.. .r, ,, ..,..;,,m..........".onn,,:tuuay,--to -conaitier.tha';' ''t
Prj,J.,,,,k,:,,,4,-tc r,;:, Dr'Minaii "4)1 ,',': But, the-. Itre-sidea'a,.' io te' ': .ii; f '-'1,77,iii-ta-li'-a-it'e'r 'il?otriiesillYelit,',' ''''',4 h'r. "" ','''''''.,' 2" 'IL:b....7,67, "11,-'7,,,I.,a'n,:,, .7.'' '.'''.,;,"., .,,,,,..,,......o. 0.. 5,,,1'-.,. ,-.',,!',1', ,''',,,..,7,I. ;',.:', I rApert.e..tittr, ore,. ,i1.17tis 10,11, :,'..f. 0.r.O.e a', 011,.'-t,,h Ott ,,let. .r.. h. e re.L.1.-frnm....,lCti,b at ,, 2 ,.',,,,,,,.,...,:;s..n:,,,..,, ..,,,,.,,,,,..7,..- 4,...,,,.,;-,.,k,,,....,-.,j,.
,: ,:1. Acting cotinoit chairrnan4Wid. lacarte. Of. .; tirugutir said', the;'-rlepOrta:: front '', iiiboid ,',-; I
; --i. , , an.. ,' , ,:,
- boa MagibLtalc s ..;,,n1.. confidence faheu ir- Lo --neao 'Ott news 'conference, Morse zenew- it I r .. ", , - le ,;,..--,,,,F, .,-: ,;. ... .., .
'''''''''''' tal d t da that his cotirt
i.,-.--,.,,'i: ,1101111te 0, ,.3',5,, Dayms.A tn..,, the. new .11are-up irt the Sen- ed the Senate wrangle over the ,,1 k i i -; ,44...,,,,ii,..!,- ,ir,,,4t .$ , ,,, ,,,. .,.. ,. .: , .. ,', I...is -- ..,; -- ,, ,, ,, ...., : ,, ,,,.,
4,'4.--,, 'X W111'. 'honer, An, etc.'. '' '.. ' '';'," - --- Luce, '-zomination,by -',-reading ,, ''' .. - omnittilio-'yiere" Of ...eufficient:'.,,Serietteriesit;:t 0 ys,i.rrant ..the itpoOtaLsesilon'';,..,-;..,..7.;,: 4'; ''' ','.:h.;,4'.; .!
the, star of thie ; s.',.,,n1-",,t..-,...-;.,L, g. ,....,,;,,,..,..,,,,.....-. ,,,,rhe',179tn Arm,' Bairn.' Ylla Sly Baltstijk
d
' .,,,' ' morrow -.before ,.. ,.,,.. .. , , from: the-elosed-, nor secotd -tit, .,,. 1. ..,,----- -14"-'.... ..' :'"TWo'nnotoreyeliste: appeared In b- ---
Magistrate's -Court,',,,
en l'''';'t 'b .' ...I '. d .t- d- --
,,-,' ,,,:,:17-- court morning ,session, r '-' -- f At. ono'. toint in-the -tlebatet : Senate..,Foreigtuntelations,Com-. an-I! g -
I. h ert .rat 3:30 km.. Sunday.' two differ nttraffic :charges -and .:.,,,i, n .40,14.1'grotip .., e ntn ere 00 :to, have
as keti. rho ..Cubitrt, government', to''exhatiet '111'..:..?':
'''''. ';,.''' ) Is hi keeping 4 gen -John A.-Carroll ID-Colo-t- mitt I n n t Appoint, Mare. at Int r t
i ''',-03;--ns : Tim observance, or ina 0
a r band, '',
,.. both4 were oun lin Y ,an e orts te sup
9i. d- 'It d: fined ff ,I,' ,'-4 2 ...1 ' ,- d' ",. ; v. ,.,. L.., ,,, :, 4, ... .. ,, .., ,,,. .. ,, ,, ,,
prese, :any Turtner anti-ranamaniart, activities' In Cuba '",.,' -- ; '' :' '..1,:.$,
I ma- .4. ti n'-' nth' ee SeS8 e 18' 4) er - stand. Ill-Sgt..LoYd- iA ABY.sr!'"4 for ,the offenees.":'; '',-',- ,- n .',,,;.-."- .e.',.,',4:k" ''',1' '',.' ..14':'''41Isfk4'. ''' '4,, 4!...i' ''''' ''' 1 ,:''' 1 .. .., 1 ''. ''' , i , ..E .' ,k.,,' 1," '''1' "! '.''' '. ''''-; '' 1 '' .',I4
i. .e, '-..-',V1' with 'the' Presid,ential proC a ..; said ;, It. we con rtue 0 .,14. ment. It showed that onlidarelt
i s'' --: -'' tiort.,santtAliernsubsoxillent ', ala- titbit ',-debate,..-,net 'only '.tne 3 -he: Moved tot:nein approvaL "-, ...:
Wilt .coAduct.1,,i. ...,',;','..,:,,,,',: '''' nuan,'--,pelia,,, -48,'-'..,Panametitett, ,-.1', 13" '' 'aid. n.4.011411' thdayibat sion' has-heard irnly one 'aide Of the he h '' '1'' A ''In 1.'".'''''''''''1'-..i'-';'':-' .":'
''-",;'-'::; ":.notmeement-biCanal Zone Goy.' ,1-, whole -,'., eountrY-' kun Latin ., Bin later,,,ne;aaido''her.decid- 'in grant will l'egiri'. With Was 'found' guilty of driving :- his '
hit noontnrarnitteninns d to tor th .t f th P nit ni ov,' d ad tett ve. 11... vaelon .o.-- ,' ,,i
1 e fiPmm ilitaire't by Schtibert, ey le -on Tivoli-Avenue without,' a "--- '.---""------ --
Mare -, ompotvere , a y-.. a 0 e a ma an g ers front Itaul' Castro, younget
' Liam E.,Potter., The pecasion :-, America s, wilt think: we're.- all
i.. ,',. f Wil ed ant' vaii---not semantic, and' H.repert and. recommend," hut ,not ernment. The Nombre tie Dios trip brother of Premier-. Fidet 'Castro. ".i.,
..:' ' ;', will be honored .by.-vitrioll,'Przl"' ,-rints-4. ' '-:,:.'-.-,.:. .r.1. -.!'.: I 1';''., I"" "acted Accordingly. Morse ;bald' 4, I A' Se 'II ''' bY e t z d 1 -11 en and and'
' and' '' -' followed ;lir So v' a -.:. Cana one r vent c se. t t kik ilitary action against any initially Would be to -seek the in- and o
-'-''' 1: Zone "--",-,-- ', '1 -The -Prsident '' At his --liewa t
-, --2, -, grains .'in, the,Cana , , ,-.., .1 t . hat, so rhairman ,orthe',
i 1 d L ' -4' M rein Slaves!! ''''Y Was -fined 220- ''' ' --'s' 'ns'. -'' ,''' a In- -' t
A ,-,D rt Si co,' ; a
&lint- Tschaikewsk4,',"Stormy Weather" c mmander- of the Cuban ''';
' '''' L.:: ' invasion force. ,-, ', : vaders point of view rather than army. ,, , -,- ,, .., ,,,:
,, r The -' second., Cyclist ,Airas,-'an ,,A,. r . ..
nil toaa 's search t s t tr o surrender ', ' -' ' ' ,rs'...'-- -1 i
' ''.'' "- i Brief ,,,eerentonlea,,,at nMagis conference; 'praised mrs. Luce, ail subcommittee, he Avuttld ecH3Per b tt 'Ill world Is Ws"' i uth Lewis' W'',,i Bate. He said that, w e Y 0 presen uce r -,, , -,,r .,:-. ,)!t -,it
''''''':' :At t b t scheduled?' tor 9
ate 11- our ,-- "a.'dedicated Land: useful publiC 'ate with '11r '4,tice It ahg'' goo Y Benne v... e'
'''' I'm ---,Will include,. talk hY; yr. 47.--r-. -n-.1---- ; L. , to Brazil.. But,. he' said7 tit:Atilt mer can, .yo ,, ., ,
olanes are. USAF:aircraft from Al- terms
' s' - - "'-- iniPlor the Sunrise". by niireo, man,17,- -who was guilty 'of' speed-, , ,,
brook Costa Alta lies offered the The five-marl OAS, tortittils-;;j4i
' Lobo' said, the Panamanian Na, SIOD was wipe tr
e-d to' PrOceed -tis' 1
": -'- ' '''" teran prac- L .. jr. i :''''''.: '' '1.: 1", h '.. .. .'" .1
. S, ,.. ,. .,, 1,.. cartington.,,tre
1
;''- ,..'.. titioners,, before.-- Canal Z 0 n e
' ''' urtai and- .1 M iThomsons ,Jr., ..
, --, ea CLA-''''''''."11"''
Iforneys ea .,:
-'" '''''' tbink .""h 't lit 1 i
'-",.,::Wheit Morse finished, i k ..;. i it b Ilea 'Song in An- Arnaditr Road,lind fined
, "Original Su te 1' ,.. d g .
-r--''''' "nravida"..,, bi;:,Curzon.: e', isichlo". IL, Rodrigiezi
' ' DAS mission two Mustang fighters tional, Guard detadhment. which the irivaders' beacnit 'WI I
d t C- D' t Att
33- 'e-ors. and Ecuador, has offere wo ., rlaims to have Nomnre de e n the ,..
los cu antic coast town of Nombre s.,;,-, i
I'' '-;''.. 'assistant', district. -,, ettntite,y tor ,: t...,,.., .,..k.,.. ... ,,,...;,..:,,,. ,...,,,,. ,:.
1
- ;i:':-:, tne, Canal' Zone..,''. '...' .: ,--,,..
-, ,.-,,,,--.-, 1, publit att,endance, Will be went
--'1;;' corned'? tot-the!' Ceremonies,- as
' tali Day Progran'
., .... ,., , hen, t,read s, tn.:: the'; Senatti,-;at., 4Attoo, &Ain't intermissinn the old- Pananlanian, was' founn
:.Mrs, Luce's, request,' theltion,
, ,! ;sernit of a -telephono-talk the',
, a -GOP ',leader had- -notith'.her',
, band-will Play, 'tBy, the: Blue'. Ita- of onerating it -large 'commertiat searchThe first is expected t
ii It 't re. by Retelbey "At-: tre;k von' Gaillard Highway', with Aihroolt, shmtl,
. wa a ., ti e ; t
: lantis",:by '.'Safraned..'"Broadcast the. wheels i ot 'one axle 'overload-
guilty 471, whkh could, be used. iii, th off by land and sea la not. expected, .de Dioa and notify, themOf the ''' 1
Guatemala .has ofteren a grelen ,e
a to launch anv attack against them OAS council's, unanimouS, decin.' ; i
- S eam is tr in to sion to . ,,
,' , ,,, which.the OA ft Y g
atablish contact. self. help; Pahama.,defend it,..,,
. :, .!.,..,-. veu,,sts for-the lo1107,4113Magis.7 A
-'-'''''''.!Arate's CoUrt ttesaion-t,-', -,...'4. -- V
'''' ''''''''i.
, -,,.,.,,, .... phyalcian,-.Orn ;Milton Resen-t :
tufF1 ,, omorrovu ,, from Braill".;by,Bennett,It'Victor
s '; '': bluth ot New ',York., ....-.:.;.. .. .'''' Herbert,Favoriteir' by ,Like.,:'"'Par 110, wai, filled $20.,,'; 1.'
;The "'doctor" tOld,, Dirksen: that" Amt.:Garnet by Reek :"The", Ita, ; NorMan S. Brown,,49,
- .:, ;-. ..: ,,,',..,... ----4,--tnr---n-.4-;---!, : ; ...' ; .,.. ,-, ,, :,--: ...:.,' t ..,. ; 1, - Morse had" asked him: last Wedn non. to .ajgjerin, by nossini.diallet dui, 0 was fined 210 -tor ; 'starting
1
' '''''''''" ",:f ''''a '' -' :-',4 -Lt,,":Col, Iiimei;C! Starr. Of the
'''':. .' Siltisi'DIPartrent ''''' J' dg
',,i-,', .,-, la wi v -Any ate's Office USAR- ed by, more than 1,0,000 pounds, st men soeelally trained in Jung ,
They have
1,,,,!,.; ,, and mountam warfare. Minister of Governmn
: Lobo's group has 'recent d
neadaY'nr"ThUradal it Mrs. LIMO fret& ocoDDeliehylloweeon snd his, ,,bee' too -,quickly;,, and, without frem Cuba that the-,7easel vont'
h' d' h d th ----O" 1- "no st -"" b ,Altred d 'f f t r long Di blo thia bail:been prevented ,froM sad,.
In ,..; u e oc r ever k a een un er, e.care, e; ni rco Dams.- V. regar or sa e y,,, a a
...',........., .,, ,. s; -,,;, ',, 0- ... ,..' ,...:o..,..-.,1.,,n', CARIB,. and Federal Distnct. At- of a: psYchiatriet. '.;- '- ,. e ...' ,, Ala! pnblik is invited 'to ...attend Boadt, ;hut payment of the fine ing from Santiago ,de et and The Organiz ti f A
i h St t a on o merldan .;--
costa Ri, not arrive dyet, -. (,.. ;cr., Justice Jose 1'5 Batan has tsa d t ,e t a es assumed responsibility ton .1,
-, w ,r,. Guard is on rders to trytho avoid hettactical defense ;int,
''Culat, for bloodshed. Lobo struck ir Pattern ', k' 1
. e same yes erday with 'the., arrivaLof. 'a :;',
note today when he said the rebels special five-man, conimission,' to ',..-' -i
may be "young fellows, idealistic survey the Innen '' -1
, -.
I ,,:;,..'1:,.,.. C Z ,- vcca
''''''-'01114' 'lid' ' ift ..-.,,--, torney,' Rowland', K.-.! Hazard will
:..; bighlight Ibts.:. Law pay prpgram neon
'7 "CC() rdinft' tO'Ill'i 'i transernit, Me! concert. ',Admission tit ,free was suspended ,and Brown placed Painting, Lobo said ne blia re, and ,, somewhat crazy. 0 Y
the docter, tOtti Morse he &mid and,: -seata Will, be ProVidedsi '' nthia ,was car caron
on caron aba months, probation: .. ,' ',' to believe the Cori wants to kill them." ,
N bod ,,, --sp. ,-. -,:' :..,-,,,.,,..,)
,' The Commission prompt110 alt; .11' l
i'. s'.-,' 1 ,,, .,- ,,,i --, ...-,,. ,--,, -,'.,-,-, over ,,Cynt;;An.,;tomorrow with a not give; Minh iriformatiOn-witlin "; ''' --n-;.n..---4-4--0n,,44-. ''' '' .-1-' 1' ; ' , rying aoldiers of fortune; and arms. -t, , Pealed to the 21 member ti ti t ''''''
'''''''''' ''t ' ;3'1.'24' '' ,tch ---L ,.,i.,,,, disicu'ssion,-yoomearingi the rights -, ,
' ,,,,,n.., I pfiA 1
1 ':'. ''' VaS! Pt .nges:- of persona accused' el crimes. when out ,narc Luce e,written perm's- ' ,',
Sion, But. the: physician- said, he ''''.''' ' ' 6 -. S ''''' 'I'll( M' '. t' th Cuban anam a n 1 a n send tan a mis 0, .'t
;.11e noted' today tha ,e , meanwhile, P p es to Panama for"peeee'..,,- 1
has already' cut off ttwo' or
,HouseSti. ta,ins,;..; ii., putnt i, ,, ;, ,or- , 'navy N a t 1 o n A 1 ;Guard forces, Jul observatien fli ht
r.,,, ..'... r, .--,.,-. - J., ,' --,' tried .- by. civnian, ,..,a.tid military
. ., .,...i-,- t '-','' '''. -;" '"-." ',' '" 'upt) coats; -......-;;- ,..
'.:',,,4,.' i''''';'.1 11ASHING'rON;,-Aliril '30-74 ,, ...
' ''-''' i A St te Menartment -official has .....
. ...,,,,,,....., a . .,,,,,o,, ., zar vi rope did t 11 'M th t "to ;the :best
,..,,,3 .,,,, :,,., ..,,,,,.,, e ors& a, .. ''4- 11''''''''We h?'''''' i-1 ''' '1 l''''. ''' '''
Ike eto'' It : ave' isintegroteo 'essartly pound for- Pans
',":,-.n,;:.7..' ';'-: ,,..- ..,,:!--. .,. '...., of ,Inys, knowledge, .ithe,bad -not , .. :.o. ... ,, ., ,,..,,,, 4 , ,,. ,-i.. ,,.. .,. ,,, , , , . 18 n t nee ' g and i ; ,g s over Pana.,:,
t three Invasion atteme 0 ...strengthened by
ma. ,- At
:least one such interne) was head-
14 4" ill" II"' the program, been attended : lat,' it:. psycliar ,kir,'' ','-,"'''' ,, ''''',4 1 "4,0 ,',...; '4, ':', !:,A1)EtAIDE,,, 'Australia (11P1),,,.. ,... i ,
.'-'4--,:,,,,,., desCribed wurrent-PassPart rcln" whicn,,,will be. conducted on .. the tr .,.., ., ,, .,;..- 4 k, -...,..,... ,, ,, , ,,,, , .,'!,,. IAD 5 ower sparks 'seen ,., 2
,:".17,,,,-7:, twits., se,',e'',..4gen in -Iourn defendies
, Panorama ',.---Show Irom-, 3:42 io The"?realdent, -in his defense;
ist '- '. ''' -s ' Narrow, mo rgill'' .'' '. A brill t h of
-,'WASHINGTlitiAprit,-,30-41111I bY,-tralitett.1 observers. -early ,yes-
k.',;';' Whieb.ourenernies, tare no!-.1,0,7! 6:15- P111,1-.with :en' exPlanation of of ',Mrs. "Luce, noted ,,that she ,:n-be 'Howley by ,i. fouttvote Mar- terda-y 'led e c i e ntlut,s to be
',.':,"..,n: stow: to-,teke Advantage-sof." ,:, ,,,. ,the,.signincance" of'Law Dayk He had.',been:imbleeted- td rtmning
I
eh; today luitained ?resident ;El; ed f rHani. n , ,, toward om re e 0
Lobo' -halt told' his headquarters arm man an territory, .and the nearby- -s' -'
ammunition supplied by the seas." r ,,,,,, ..,. ,.,:. ',.
United States, were ,moving ". ,. -- ,,,., ',,it..', :, I
N b d Di s 4o en- Ecuador responded h '''";')
y sending'
circle the Invasion head- hve reconnalasance planes:to. Al- -1
in Washington that patrol boats as quarters and cut oft a 20-man brook, Field, .1 U.S.:bate in nho','- I
soutma well :1 as the ,-; search planes are
lieve'lksedmit 4f litissia 8 -'----;--- needed te protect PaIlinla's Com". Panama City.
spearhead moving tow a r d Zeno.. ..i. ., -- ; ,,, on.,,,,.,:,;,.. I
't ';:1';' -::::''' '' .1 Mr W Banes '4r,.i administra- wilrthen Introduce a film concern- attacks .during. the ',Senate bat!.
senbowerlisVetoef, thii Rural Elec. III 'launched' it' yearAgo had dun . Guatemalan President Mignel ien ''.,!'
t .:,'"-:, torAt the, Bureau:, ot Security, an
mg Chiet;Justical John 'Marshall' tie:, overf,,ber,,,,contirtnatiort no trification' Anntinistration:,hilt.;..'': integratedover the.aea ithout'.200 It ix not known, Yet, whets.' action digoras Fuentescsaid 10 d ''
- anti- mg ..1
,
' t Aft old the ,Senati la ed '' '. on-- t.hat ,she:wu : The ', 4 tac ',, Eisen, miles' south. of Australia,,. , . .,
t''0:,,-,...'.:, ,onsulac., atra,,,t ,,,, and the important part' he p Y took the positi , ,,,,, ,actutn,keptnin t, is ,,, OAS's,' Washington ,;, headquarters -,,rh OAS commisison,' headed- --before the ;first invader set-foot 'I
t :,--' .'.i Internal BeetKit:.' sub,ennittuta'cv, in thernevelopment of the law 1111' provoked into het-Crack Tun", hower's -record, of ,never haying a Observers win g ., e
tin for th II.S. 'hantaken to secure' Such vessels b-,
y Bragian Ambassador. Fer- On' Panamanian 'soil-that Guate.' .71
th di
1 ,'' .,,; that ManY eommun2ntainava.aP- der the tonstitution- ()tattle United day-at' kforse.-n-:,1:;, -'4":,,' d' l''''4 ,'''''''''' niw enacted 10ver,h11,-,,vetn, .,ksr., ,,,' Etploret, IV to pass satw e s.,
,' The Approaching ships : are fe, nando bot and including U.S. male wouni A
sen,4 11'005P8 to aid tiny '-;.'
ir:.''' ,"' naiad :tfor,,,, PassPnrut 11 nines '';' Ins states.. The discussion between Ha- .1-,',.The President Added, -that lifts. : ,,Tbel: House;: toll': call vote ems ,play.1.;,A opokesman' at, he. Weom totted, to be of ,1000 tont' each, and Ambassador to the OAS John Central. ; American Country,-'1,,phich ,I.',.;-
'1'.! ' ,cttuprentg',,, Court ,i'deelsion;'.1ast zord, 0
erns. otarr will 'followt'i :"',..i Luce may,,,haot wished:that ;her 280 to.:146-in'favot of intertriding. eta !,research-4stablishment- ea d
i of Guatemalatt 'registrY,-. ' Dr,eier, Argentine Ambatisador was invaded from Cuba -s "' .- n
t -':".-,.10,year striking down tertain Pass' ..... ', :-'-' ;,,- .' ., ',.;.,,,.' -.
d statement:, would-'never benpuln but4thiiwitinlour trotes- short Yot the, Ablect,'"nves. traveling,0111,0Wer In' tevealing that the militarY Cesar Barros Hurtado, Costa Ri- 2: . - , , -4,,- .:.:,ii,,, ..
t ..1",';', port Inlet Oi nroundathe- were ,,,,,,Law":, Dili, ;has been let; asi
f: tbt lished., 'In, New rirk, Mrit.,,Luce the 'required ..two-thirds;',ThAlent than" a meteortte tied, JA,the g
ri ht CorliPotient' of his tnlisiOn was trY- call, Minister ',Jorge Hazer& and Pei. maiden troops alree-tlyit:'ar'''' --'';
' ,' - not specifically t ittithorized,..,by for ,nationwide.,-recognition,-o e declined comment Di ill phases ate 'on, Tuesday voted-, to everride direction; for, it, to ,, pa
be 'rt : 'of ;int -to establish' contact st Nombre paraguayan :Ambassador Juan deployed 'around Nombre det Dios '''.'Z
' --'''' ''''' ' ,''' ii ;' .sk ?, important role of law.in, the lives ,
t -. :'i congress., ',:-.,, 4'1 '," ., '' of : Eisenhower a nert corder- the ,netia-60-to274 two, noteg-more Sputnitt .7-7 .,'-ixi. , d Di s as soon' is' possible, Lobo plate,
71I stably", the 'nose e o conferred upon arrival 'seeking' for the m m t sel t '
0 en.. mer y o.L.,
1; ' in Uni d St t
'' '''" ' H es'atippotte leitislation 0 of all people the, te a es, ..,,,,.. ,,,:,. ,..,,.i ,,,,,, ,. .... thenrthe Minintumorequired .1,.- tens. ?.-- .-.,- -, :- is,' .. ,,
' '' .. '' noted that as investigators the mtg. yesterdan wtth Panama 0 I a n contain' the invaders, Without" r t
;P tor.
4 ""' thorize the Secretary, of State i- In his ,pfficialproclornation st, of r'''"" .. I
, ..., ; au t Ernesto de la Guardia ,cloitating a battle P 'd t ''':
- 0-, r,,,, :, .,..,,, ., ,. -,,,,, , ,,,,, Presidem m n. rem ea .,,.,..ErL;
t !; ,!-,: to' deny,passports.t. HO' aid com- taw Day .11.S,At; l'resident Eisein -. ...... ,,, , ,-..,. t,' :' '' '' '' r Jr and other. high ,goVern e t nesto de la" GuardictenorteCys '',.
i'.. '3.... Ininiets,, have appliedfor -, the hower ',observed,. that-, -,napprerna, s o -....i: oi,,,,,,.. ,,,... ...., -,'-' v of -'''' i 1, 11 i '.. 1 oill ,"4, 4), "4:' ', ',;;'1,' : rt.' 'I. "''D -. '',-
' -,....1''''' ports- "apparently ,, because non' of, the IMportine, Of,laW ID ''''E''' .10- b'--OrPanCana 'L
tx,', mp y sr ,., ..: ,. ...1,..-.,,,,..,, terday that'coastal :residents h ;
'.1'' : ompanr-itenre-, uring..- Dr' -QxPials , ,;..-fi:, ,''' organired:;"C-1 d evn ''''
-
i ,5.;,' '',:. pau ,4 ,s,' ,. ;,..,, -, .-; .. . .v - nil guar a te patrof
l'.',. ',: tney felt ihey would tot be ab ly
le the 'dal lives of 'our, citizens ', is n , ,, ,,,' k ,, ,,. A. ,.. ..0 ....,,,, A,: s, .., ,,, ,,,,,,s !, ',,,r,,,-,1, pi ,,, ,,-,., -,,, , ,,,,, r,, .. ,, ,,, ,
''' s. ,, -. ., ;, i ,,.,--n-,", '''', "- ft 1'"''' 'Earner, two' Cuban ItOvern possible, invasion beaches.' ...,:s ,,,,... ,,o.
"",'" -": to get'',thellt11 'id' i h itich' ', '''-'' -.':..1, '. ' .'" '''''', '''',4"' ''- ''. "''' ' 1 ' ' ''' '''' l' "d'' If '''''C f tt are
if Congress acted.' a source of nation a rengt iv ,:, .., ,- cheated up lly." Whitlock, a .na,
, ment ',en-n394.1es' said tne ',iri. 4 .. -; : ,. .. ,n-k : ".'--,'','
- ''''' H '11 d 'lot- immediate', en-' contributes no,;publie.,uaderatandr; b i; a' a veteran 'With lir''s..
to me p 0 S.. 1 pifonlintrainitia. 11,,..he 'beat ,, Captautfne rs.. a cu )
'''' '''' ''''''' e en e '''' '' d of-th ' 1 f th r t' d
ioe Years' oif ;, aervice, : were re we ,a seama, na p.
P C: I ilet Since 1936; lesoing the Cinaf Zone; for. Santa five of Newcas in
'' ti '14 a wh 's ' ''' t I d terminsd to -',"" t fe' 41 '',,,k v ,, ,,, 7. .,,,
0 vadent, 8 it were e , , n arm, Several in Havenit,,,n
. '''''' talent !of the -legislation. an mg e uecessi y., or ,,, e I n '; C lit nshere. they, ;will boon working for the CanatMare, "liberate" Panalnit' 'from: what 'iota de la Giiardia had relectoAto ... :,
lennthlki, Canal' organization.; this intn en S; iiev rat- oecesiorts- has Bar ara, a -.,. , , , , ... .,., . ,.,..;, ,,.
. rf;.,, -. noted that President .,,,
Eisenhower of 'Lai and. ther protection r,iit, the - - : 4 1 tine captain make their-nom .-; ; ,
e'' ,., ,' n'',n,- t thaw aa years., 4 -, on they ,cons ere
id 'd 'a dictatorship nuatio, ffile to tend .,,,,,.. ,,..
coestet- ;.
i ;;.4 .:(t,' bad sought', such,: im- ht of In ; individual: etizeop,., Month.; Rehrementeernticates acted it ess a, piir,,t, ,,,, ..
meaaures .rig a ,e
Cottrell. was ',' nein in .Wittern- He4,. tame' to, the , 18111MDS, with although they had' agr,eed,',,to Aatrel Haste and had Inggetted ":,. ','
, ., ,',,,--' signed by Govi .W.,''E-7Potter; were ; In Balboa.: ':,..,:n- n-,-., ,,-:' ,. ,..-.;-. .
-.& s-'n inediately after; the Court. hand. .-; .....n,. .....,, .., ..,,.. A
D NVI 't cl joined the 'Canal MA family An 1922 and -Was', enn call a temporary truee,". .: 4 that ilia 'Oaken, tne,'It to, sward :' ,;
''''''..' nteeby 'him 'this,' morning, 't Ilaver,stock,,,.whose r:nobby..is ert, ., ,an .,
, prese
'' ;.., '''
k ,l; od down,.its decision, last-June. f..,,, ,s.1.. ;'..c.,:-. .1 ,.,..,;-,, n ,,,,:,,
6 I 11 I d a ' cl rk in the' Balboa
noir man n' I e p ye s ,,,a e Panamanian Interior' Minis--, tho
' ' ;'' F.4 ,The -complete ',list 'of -those, re'. .beatingipnvill leayo, thoIsthmui organization at, a ,, 0 a .a. art: lime, .... ir own ',coasts' ninki,' prevent ""
1 .1'''t .:',,,:' "- Hanes "smaid.,,,,the '''Deparbeent row& ,,,,i1, i, I I 11.. ,L.
um Full Or u nuunu)',,,'' till g.' 'their positiotis' '''atitt, nth' early-in May,..on- his own,' 30-foot Elettrical-Division ,nn ,' Cristobal ,Shopit Lfer, h m )23- t '" -Jose D. 'Bolan said the"' ittethiai-''lliVasien Settings, 0 '. ,-;-
' ' -- in to -Protett the Unit- .. .,.. ,
t.n, ;.,, was try g, ..a' n ' 1 ivc 'fon' boat:I' 1.-- th Bahemiii" Where", he In',1941; He wee' transferred to the After, his .gra u 1
d at'on from Belbea. ee ' t h t Cithataitt- 'eel' Ad I h ft ' '''
o e
, .. length of their Cana ,, ler e ,,,, ,,
l' d '
, mission o t e wo , .2, o p e A., Greene, inten .,,,
i ...-".'1 ,Ini ,Statet by. denying- passports 'T' li'''' '' '''
Bows'', o'C eers.v
''' IOWA' ''' V .10 '', '.; '.''',t, ,I....,4, 14:.,4? ,'" '' and Mrs. Baverstock plan td Melte. Atlantic Locks ,
as .' A towing' loco. High' School, he was enle Dye ; ao my ottiCers -tent here ta.IrS ITeenee, ehlef bf ',the parihnean .",
d rentice draftsman; in the
I .,-..,,, to, those norelatively active -sup- , ,.. ,,,,, ..,,,, ,,,,, ,,,I...,,,. , ..,
n - 4." ' ''"'" IF t h ir futur home.t ,hirs. s Bever's! motive operator in 1,944,, Was Ma 0 an ,11PP.
Capt... Clintos-rIlaverstock, re 0 t e ,. th '' rr nder of C iii d h be i 4,. ''
to tirrange e, su e . te man as en, ass V It 2,,,,!
I '. ' porters of the communist move- ;
It ''b I 'i i''' ,- t 1 .' perator tin'11430",' and has Mechameal triply, Industrial' Divi.
the Cuba-based Invader was an aid to Ambassintor,3ohn Dreier,
t ''' :- ,i: trent whOte travel, abroad would On ,flis Ilirth,day .-.!i.,:,;,
in the : Navigation -f:Cilvision',-..-. 24 otock,,- will- follow y,, p ant. ,,, f,s ,.., unne o ,
, ycars;-10. months, And .12 days..s-s 'BlakeliVithative,A1 'Josephine, been control houte Op ra r a ...,
e 'to t Gin SIOn i i. ,,,;',t--,''''''!4""14'-'4,1,'. '' ''', ''' '''''4; "" idered a' failure. by ODS I'OS rnembee of the commis.'
... 1- :i, colistitute. ',att. Actual danger to l':.. .',AL' .,. ,.' ,,.. 11-'' '''' m 'toyed as ,a, detail
1. --, :' 1. ' : R bert ,M.,.; Blakely,;' lead ,,' fort Tesas,..,lereed,- with-the .,U.S..-Ar, tutioin it ... '' ;,, e w a
c -1953' '', t- 'i1,4, 4 1 )4 ' a 4, tg I government... ,',,,-,0 ,i,'," ,' , s o .,,-,-, ,,. ,, t-,.,; 4 .,
,,rn 4: tile United, Statea-",;::,, -,-, '', ;
' - - TOKYO:, (UPIY.-Eintietor-Ilirn,' hinist Induatrial Divlo my ,,ditring .the,, leirst ,,,Wprld.War ,-."' MN, and, Mrs. Cottrell pIII1 to draftsman, Balboa' Shoes - 0 e 0 the '' ' '' '' . -,., , i s".
Capt. R,aul T rreSt en
- t I ht ''' '' r ""- ''"''''' '
t' ,.''' .,-' -2 '' r ",-1 Mtn broke., with tradition yester- 11.1114.
trol'keyears.''two I montitti,,and and ,, came to,thei tanit'Zone (I ..in inake-,their,,t1tUr .110Mn li?,:)Nle.W 'ter he. tomp e, ., w .8
I teed his imerentice- Cuban enlissaries, said liti m, g prose ,thsnatc .ea,,troni Betiette."., 4
''''''''''''i '1' '''': '''J h'''''N''''' ' -, day to acknowledge personally the ,51,!',,i.'..' ,,,. ;,.,. ,',,,,,,,,,.,,,,,t":,,, 1940' as it "machinist in,the-Salboits Mexico: 0, 4.,,,,..,1, r,,,. ..';,'::";,, ,' ',;:,,,,,-, ship iti, 1.939,- tie 1 ..
a promoted return !to Nomnre de Dios wan to yinaga- near ., the Coate liean, ,,-1
,,, 4'. : ope.,.,- o 11 larne&
, -- -- cheers Af' thousands of Japanese ',"" "."- -"; ', -. P d third
4.2'l it'L' vil t,' Sh H II : bees ii. lead; fore, Rencourt; it.', native Of lest- to planner OD ,the ,S. , an
Capt. William IL--,' a cu e, p 0 opsd e. as the OAS. team,-Thentither, ti
eh& order which wag ,raided,,by rebel
'',''''.",, ..', -- n' .e,',,,,;" '''..," S'. '' '.',,,,,,,, tvho ,s. swirmed intd ;s-the ', palace ;',
'''" 1 natur lized,,, lockt work in-1941.. n1942, ,Whit ,Whitmonths,'
months,' ,Whitmonths,' 'ind eight' days; ,n man' ;machinist An dhc,lndastrial Angus, Canada, s a a ., sary -,I remained tin Nombre de reinueettbrae wee ,
ko age. itairl halt
1.1...,,
; ''''' EasternY Prelotet:),:- grouhds ., tit pay- noMageton ,his "'
, , Zrne erson,; lat.',",-, Cottrelltl" eontrl Division since.' 1954.,I, ",,,,,.. ".",,. n. ,- 'United States, citizen. fle served,,, lock' Wag' as,s g
t ned's to the-'Norfeir Dios tO. continue trliog' to !;In- s dozen, incendtart firee'vere' rot, ,, 4
'.. ?" ' -' ', '... ,,, "'"' 58th birthda,
'''' ''' ''' ':'''''''' '' h r tor' Gatun' Locks', 17 I After 'his 1 retirement,s Mr,,'.', Slit' ',With the' ILL ',Army during.' tho Navz eive instruction
Yard :tn tee 'Allot, the invaders, to.'itive tili tiorted ,,in ,r-the area', yeatertlay,, :
,i.' ''' t F''' 'A' ''' l'' 'f' '''''4:-:. '-':',-
. ,,,, ...,,,,, Ouse, ope a ,
::.,,? ,or, rgen Ina, ,,,;;:r,.;,, ; ,,
!! ilui-nmperer, And Empreir NA,. Years 11, mon 4, .. i
1' ' ' ' hi h vitt' ; 5 Otia W rid War end Joined in- e i oPer ti
ths ;and 21 days. 1,,, : nein plaits tnmaloo a eme ., ,, oc o a on, ot 'radiographic ,,t ,,, , N ,, -.,.. .,,, ., A ,, ,.,
' d h tr ti g ipMent "'"e "awl ''
' Fl id ' .-ni '; ; s s' ''-' '"1.:' 'Mt 'Canal 'organization in 1945 an -, eat ea it equ .. 1 ; intro was nn rcrenk Ot neW,liguro, 4
0 r
T r es said he: met end talk- ing,,around,,Boquete04:V4-,-, ,; ,' it-,
;I' ' I '' '":'' ' 1- '1 4.- '-' ak0 a eared several limes on a
; '''''''::;."' '':VAITCAN,'-Cirt,,,April ,rio 1 PP Joteph A. Rancourt,Manne ma- ,, or a.,, ,, . .. , mac ini ,,
h i chinistn- Industrial;' Divisten; V1.0 ...-,Calcutt, the second Canal ; pilot ,,, as ,a,,,,, , .,
h st .st the', Balboa 4., lic wee promoted, to assistant
ed' with and that ' ' '' ' I
t '... - n. platform. before the ,e e e r, g
1 ' ':' roduCti h I erintendeut tn the
o sup 40 insurgents' t, ',,, A ,., ,71',7".-"r,!.-7',,7167:7":."; 4 )"
'.'. '," ; (Cr 0.,,,,,Pope Jonn ;:tAtit, to- crowds with ,.. Crown Prints Aki Akin
n Akin years and, 27 days,' ,, ,,, ;-',i .0; ,, to,,retire hi 'April,' was born ;;' in ,:ohoPin ',;,:',1;-0 ,'',. 1,...,4, 13 , n, .n 1944, and the ,Sest Were on patted. He sant ., I, ,,,,,, ,,,, ,, ,,,,,, ,,,,..,,!,,, ;',, no v.
- ., day erected' an ordinarlate for bito 'and his commoner -' bride, M hanies '' Divtato I
d 'A"' Wiftlocii; general Alatheds Calif., and served' with ,I-After;' e Short treak in', his tier.. ec ,
, An rew , i they ,r-,told him ,the'" tuvaeing
i -'''' '''' ''t ithf 1 ot -Easterri Rites in p ' k" d h I t engineer, Industrial, ,Division;--,35- the. ., ivy, r ng or ,
,,... Ahe a u
eti rincess, ichiko,, an t e r wo i t d t
U 3 'N du I W Id War vice 'he was reemployed 101947 made productionds super n en en
n 1 Pliert4 rtic,eni,,., ..-,.., ,.( ,-
about 80 Cubans, :,' i ,,
''''"'' Not 'Tomo rrovv-ic',
4') hi 1 t -' t Gatun Locks in -19484- He ,.,, has ,1been A:. general torce. Included. , d .,1, ,,,,,,,,, ,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,, ....,,.,,,,,,. ,,, ,
' d 22 ds 1, .-,' .'",..7..'.,. 1., Like' Baverstock,' 'hey spent Se- as; .1 mac n a a
! rArgentina' nominating ea Irdi- other children, ; Prince Yoshi"' and 7etirt an k, Y won 3 PanamanianS, I,Americ
' Dail ', MOT111, Firmino Lafitte, s' boa In',01)1,' verst year boar&
ships operated and, later' at machinist in the In. engineerin. the Industrial Div
,'," ,,,LSIMee Mai :t'-'--Litbor Day-.
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, , storm 0 , t er' doctor said 'she. had lfrala panaina last Weeli- ea the: heels of tanamentan-,ehargeg ' .. : . . . : :, : .!.,...,....., .., ,,.....:.. ,.,., ,,,..
1. '''' '''''' behaviOr Under lire.:The 'Senate Potr ,11, .,.., a:4.. , ,,,,,., -, ,, ,..... 2 The President-'sa'414t ..ilia''SO.11;'.: '''' -that -she. 'mid her hushand,''Dr.Boherte Arias,' helped plot. it-. ore alleged to, have been recrilited, trained and .,,. ., ,,, .., -,.., ,,,,,,.-,,,:..4,',,,-,
, A..!.. : a ,. ti r :.vileedeg r',11ut ,-a n9r-,;,-,.:,if '--, - -.,. .,! :.! year-old, MrsInce-wax ...la a, :
the' Caribbean-off Cos';.:.,:'.';;.
"revolution, in the 'Atilt American republic,H,"-"'"' ,,', ',-.. : ' ':Should. the-USAF, search planes 'froni Alhroo
-..1 -,..--sen,t stephen-,m.. young : sort of -''',,,heated type: at; dill-. : :-.., P. ,'
e,;.',,ii.AAonfirme e -'- : t t s' nt she
'T zr, -,,,post.confirmation,li a tale r ;
h I ""'atuilin''' danCer4Aoldreporters Alt'. ,' London , :." ,, ,- ,.. ; :,, .. ,..:,:., ..., ,
yho, at essr, , g ..
f'ott-'' '' isiiiedIslapping".,, at kSen.',. Wayne 1-(070hio):,;:.'aaid iha'''Luce Coal.
',.tirpert,"',li'm-.- ''' : d 'Tit it uf ly 4
goins tOBrusaels, just 0ov one ay, , p e ,,
ta Rice alit:Guatemala, tight, the invasion', shipr they will report direct ie,.. the OAS :;''')
' '''. ( o )., ipid reopened I, u itt'' 'to:- Minn.'. a ..;,..-b1Itin-, -'''.:;')7':)Ik. nd'''''tenPerelnentl- '' ; '''
troversy ..-rP g- ',.., ' ,' when. she.,remarited ,attot,..the,
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,,---..- J., -)Aorse D," re -', . i- sem ,:etititled-1.,"The Woman .: .: '. rAmmISSIOn- here presided. over brfernan do lobo of Brazil '.' ...,.,,-,,, '',' ;, -.,,..-.,.. ,..,.;:,,,;.,-,-;,, ., 1
- --- t --i4itliiiiii-'controverst;-1., ":',--, .:" P ,' -,- Senate,,eon ir Oan ed
f ma ., Tate ay i,',P.ri..vate..4'11: therawas anything-.10, it r maid telt yea so,", .
t's''T fr '''.
;-"-' .,,r,',..: -0- .. I ',With,--The Serpen on.ue,; .,' that, het" troubleawith -Morse,. :r... rr --,r
t ...t.. :, she smiled "broadly, for Cameramen' and .wa.veci -at ,:ihim ''. ":7, ' '' : fa the'OAS council in as ington -The co nc I iv II' it'' -::
.up...,1,.. repoit ., , ., ,, ', ,. ,. , ; ..: ,.. r11 1 1 . "....'.., .. ..1
' ::7'.6t. Y.::': ... ; I .4: ' V. '''''':: 4. ... ... ..k !. .6 ,.1 .. ..'.' .. ... b .,ivhich he read to' a silent Semi..
114o, ,,-(back i',1101111'' years.- 'whoa' .,,,!...,,, ,..
as tho BEA Vlicount'airliner taxied off.;,,."1, -,,-,'L" i:',)i,:-"'',,:- :.','..., .-',.-J,1':',1-,0,1),,,O,1,S,,IgrO, W II.
Arias' currently' is' In .. the Braziiian pesbasst In anama ... 1 b
i orate'', hit:what actiOa' to tah'e The fess eis Nfill,,,.heithltuineohythilalo' toll, an,',un; -:.'
:''' )1' 11; 'it 't 1 1 ,i':' sta., It referred"46,-4 woMan. .,
1 Sen -;Morse Avaakicked.',In :the' !.---.-. ..4., '-..:..4 i ,., .,,- -',....,,,,,,-,.,,-:- ,.. ',.ft '4''',',. ''. ';' 4. ''''''.'!.. ''. ;.4 ''..' -re' ,. . .
''' ''' 2'7,-1 111!:1 E i 1 & 66 Ilirti.1 l'"--.-': ..quabitioaa:4,'' from-e her ',:- natal' '. "-, .: ' '1 '' ''' '-', ,'''' --" ';'' --' ;11,?'.''' ''" 3;1"-'' ': '' '"' ''''' '' '' ''' '' nio"oin, -ftruiseig.1...,, mo este ;. e ;ouno el .... ,, , -, ounter,. measures ',1-0b0;:'aid.'f,',Ii.,
Ir '..d'' Th''' ' 1 r hol'ho'authority to order c
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'''' '''''' l k w" les li .....-- 1L''. ''''' ".- ' Wi - ii d di beadl)PL'IlPrse-!1''':---.-',-- -. ''..:' ., '.:...:'. There le, a sizeable. colonT otranama n. .; .. , .....,,,. .. ., ... ; ; ...,,. .... .,....,,;,,,,..c...,,,,,,,.i .,.......,...... ;,,,,,., r ,, : ,., :. ,,., .:, .-; ,,,,,. : ,,,, ..; ,: .,, ,: .,.,. o:.: ,, ,,,, ....,.. ,,s.;,...,...,
!' -- --,. '' Eisenhower."-aald.- that. even,11 ..- --,
t'--4" '''''' .t.-'' it;-- :,12,. ,11:....,.that,,'wildly.',11y,1.i ''s.i .,,,'..-,.,,,,,, :.;..
. ,,iih,, ft, Alik Pe Olk r. . .,, this atternoon,,,., ...,,?.,:s,..,:!:,,,,...,,' ,',.,. ,' '-, ,';';,,.' ,.,',...-f .- ,..-----,:',,.'!-''',,i','-,,,,...:-i. :,''',-,,' ,:-,
sarS,' Luee's remark ,"was-111-ed- ; .... .t. -,,, 4 '14.A .,, ;, ,,z 5. i .-:,- ?. :,.. . i ..... .. .., 1 ... . 3 ,....,.. .,..t.r. ', .!,.'ii:' .:1' '.", -.:; '''''W I i '' ';' ''', ''''. ''.' '''7.- ; .; ,', -'. ; ii ..; ..' ,., 0'.. ', .., ,' '',.'',':1.'' :: .Y.'t :, ;;.f.,.:, s..;f..,1
tai 1 j ,t,';i- .Y:ZisenhOWeits -'..rwitrnft endorse endorse''''''!"'
''''''!"' endorse''''''!"' -''"''',I7,t: ". '''''''':. ''''''',.,i:?7,:L ".; i.;',;,,','"01i-, th -Canal.,;420n0, ',,,GlajrI'l?. ettle". ettutP.nr!1,4",ir trifling,' k Ot Posts : :M addati paid ',',.',1-1
di- itri'itias; 'human,- and-' She- r41,,' 4- ,- '--,' ;II.. ., -i 4,,,,,,..,..,
!i';'-$::''.. "if,;,... :ii!!i t!, ,,,- .: ,,.).,..- ,,:. : 4.. Ment--dismissed her:.verbal liot-- i'
aisttnit Mean 'it S a disparege-
l' 1'''''forts...11 1;:2113'-!;;'. ;;"'''!"''''i;A: '1.1' T ''''''
, ,,,,,,,,,,,--,- it; :' ' 11. t .. .111R '... '''''' 1',,,,''''''',, shot- at Beri.: Wayne Morse (DI e ak
'' '-'. '''''''. '' IC heaily,tiefended 4 one, louts out pi rioM-rt a- os nom s ou
rnent et the ,U,H.4"Senate,- and ,-.1 ,,,,,- 11..4, ... ,..,, .,',: :.. k''' ,,,,-.. ,, ',''' i',',1k-l', 4.'47".'',..1,,A1,-. 31. :1' .., -, i.,'',i,,':.,'. ji ; 4 ,.. .,, ., ,. :, . ; .... . -,,,..,...4. .., ,. : ..- .,; .:. ; , .,
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don't.... think i tha-Benate '',,thinks V .1'''',"-.1,-;',-'''' '' C;' ',.--4,,,; 1 ;'''' '' '''' -4': ''''' '-- '-'''''.'''' ''' z'' '',''''''4' '''''.'N' ,"4';''',"'.11-i- Washtt;ton'thi,.bA: voun611; trietitt,. anieltency4,sentork v-today'whi'-,eliiiitldifihit'7.!!'i
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11''1' I '''- '''' ' '''' 11- ''nfl ''''Of ''',i' 41 4 ilksi- ttrite;prazil:4g;11-Z;,4,1.., ; ... 'r &1.4,1'111. L,S 4 4 ... L' 1 t. .4 lot o..t Ale 4,1 t ..f ...

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w.i.n ,,,I. muLn1,,u.ine 11",, uyll , ,.,,, .,..-., .. : r r :,.(
mint, almoner i
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au as puma cry, dig Anti illOMC' years: whoa; ..1--t!. i Ariaccurren. I ,.....,,,. .,:,,, ,. .4., ..,:- ,,. '4:4, '4, , V 4., ''-;!!. '; ,'.-.-.1.'
' IS: hi ..the Ba:retrautilvainl:'etn-ia-4',S'.1:UIP, in4t117 it: :':, liberartflp-,n-,,W.lifit,0C116, ty to,..teke, ,..T.be,',, ve, s.,01,ari...,W.:i,11,-,, be ',Iiti, bit- meatiwh lie's, tq Still ,..0n,;:lon. i.:;,,,,.,
v-- - 1-, ,.-,.,,-.---;:,--1,-1,--'-,-; ,- ', '' 'llite.tit, referred-tto .4 woman. .,: se0.-,morse waikkicked in the''.
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:', '.': il,..;': ''',1 1" .' i dot' 41 It 1 -116 A 0,' -.,: ;,-- '- ---grent-r her ',:- natal
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1
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. EiSenhower '-said.fthati e'rertif .,- : ', .'. .. ..,', ,,, ,.- ,,,- i ,-',,- - i '. ":-.-',,--c-,',-;;i P -,,,,, ,,,,-, ;-,, --,., .' ,I.. -,:,;,. ,, ,,,, ,.. t,'-' .. ,.- t -,
- .-, c's itt Brusseis'''.'"7,7.7; tr'' olested;' Thi .t.ouncil here, bps.'no,outhority o vrder counter-:. measures,101)6.401::::,;.':!,
L, is a
A14,,:t-::0,, Liir.1 .i.u, -.:,::,,::,-,,.,;iistie,,.4vriov.,..!poirissad,,words ,,
' bead,-by,4,herse11,..,',,r ,,,..t,,,-(..,.-,,..,-.,..,, !:j.,,, ,,,,,,!,..1..fieri- fis, a itteible. colony 0 .panarn ..
, ill-2 !!!it100I1;. : ) -'. ,' :-.,;,,r..".0,''' ," '''' .n .. '-, -'- ' f :' '-' '' : ? :::. 1 ,, , .:, -...;.,1
''. '''''''''''''I'"?--1--'" :"'''''... 4 '''''' '''-:''':" .3i.,.);c,'n...i:."' :':"';.:':,.;'' that,.-Wildly';f1TAN,,,:i' ,:.) .' '..-,',7-s-,... Mrs.,' Luce's, remark ,"was-ill-lid- ; '; ''',, !, ,0,...,4...- ; -.;-, !. .(:....... .:,4.,,,I!., ., t, ,,,,.,, 7 t, :.,4,. 0,j,,,....7.....: -...
(. t,A-4 ...TA;'. 1 timiArta l'''Uval .t,:;i4 ;.:21SerlhOWer 11 ,.warrn 'as 'human and-fshe loigli: A r' .1.1 164 r-,-:. .'. ,, :, ,..L fit ob ,,1,:i-,. ,,,;..,..,,: ...., i,,,...,,.., .,,, ,.. . . 1. , r,., t .,.. 0 , ,
v I k: '-t i'-'''',' On ills.,Cariallone, ',Lis in ettho etWPM, erld.::a, rek'''Pl. an, h.in",lr'.ket, Thu l,fai,, ',Medd, eti patri4;;:-;.1
'.',',;-1,:'-.' V. .--t. ,11!1,i tt. ,, ,,, ,..- ,,,,,,.-- .,',0,' thentAismissed herver .not .not.,
., .not., ?adores- yisetli,,, iv
..-.1) old-not' mean it as a oisuaraie-' 1 1 14,41 s : C..01:1-: --7-1:'" '.1,,,,.:.,':Y 11 kitv,,.,.:,:re,'.:.1,,': ic.s.biiivity,;.:ilefeln004iOne,1outa lotil.,,,O, ., OM, :1)31.4. sp,..0., 1,0a......dor, S,s,, out.,,os.n,M.,ad. doin, Liska,i.:,0,-.,,:;,,,:
, ,inent of the Dr,..,., -e (!t it ,.'. su'--, I";
!''''''''''''''' ''''." '' '.' r: '1 '''. r ': l 4,...',.... shot- at ,Sen..:.- Wayne Morse .t k A nate and ,I ,, ,- j,,,,,..4,.. ....,,, .,',:l...-k.:,,,,-,,- ';',Y,-.,',.7.:';:!, ,k-'. .., .':,43:41 .;,,, ,',,,7.4,) i,- -:,fj,,,,!..,.!,,..4 t
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,-,-... .-;,,, .,,.,.,i: ,.,;.,,v,., ,...,..i ,,n, ,,,!,,.,::114,witail:tit::;;elf,":,tjl'i.,....:b...A,..0,::.c....0.4p6.1t itietitt: enietgene4,,sentoittiodayle,c6iikildrth,,;, ''::i
. ....',,,s, .0ye.) ;at: !iperfectly), lauman ,,,, don't .. think ,,tho,,gensto,,, hinks 1 .s , Cp- A., 1 ,,',, I, '-; .-,' -, c.,..q. 4P a ..,.,,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.. , .
'; ;'''.:'ll L.'...701!' l'6 '''' s''''' 1'1' iia ''':':' t4.4011 frh.'"1.1141CJVIS e CI :!: ;',.:' ',i'''''' ' L' 1:Ll' Of it that, wsy.7,7,', .'il, ,.,,. --,;:i -,'Y' ..., ,., .,A,.,6,, 4.., 2,, 11 .! ..--, ,i'8!.. 77,-. ;',.,A 7:7 1:10. 4:. ... 7 ,2 al ,... .. ..J 7.......-:4',: tepnr, ts...-ot..troro,. invasion...101'0ot' inn,..:'the.le,,,4, ,ik:'!.bi..4.:.1.fr.onl. ..;0.u.baTi. ',.!',,...,:.:.:--,-.;:,..?4:,,,-,',,,,,,,(..,,,,r, ,,,, :-.,,-,..-.,,.it,,,,.,1,i
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loot :.'"-;' 'le' Ill",, P "8 ''''rI' :Ott nesEr-conference, morse ren w- .. , . ...z ..,,,,,,,Ii. . , ,.
k) '1- YE''.111:61 Ma isLrai c's k,,)urt,,- nn". 'confidence. failed to 7alead .,::?(,:.1. A. C,ti.pit '6, 0, ki. 11..ii(Ch.Ear.071-.',Eir. '..',J., L1,1i(t...lit.t.:. 9,sa:rt, e,..,,,i: n!.!::.:1..,r.tigtli Y. :::,,S!d: f t..110;.:10p0, ,rt$:.,:lr.,010,.61..,:, .t.b.,tio,t,S,;.:,4.(
". '''''''''' alba gda ..: that his emirs the. new ,flate-up irt-.the, .S. en- ed the senate wrangle over the k ,,, i 1 (p ....-"M:W .:',' .,: 4 i .-...Tii,l'otnethreYOliStO : lij)Pear-7 Corr.rh.41..1.,' ,Y!iere:, .. .. .. .,,
Rd hi '' 1. of ,auffidient!...,eario,tisneas to 'warrant .thoi special ses.sion't,':,',,,.,,,i'..,v,:4,,,,,.,,,,,::,, ,,,.,,;.,,,,-;,.,:;.,
. -', :', i:liounted- tp,, 5r,
''nornivatlort,';:krpi'...'reading ..11a.' ftn'S it. ''.A.H I( PiniCylif gil Bloon 4iragistrate's :,courtro;. On ,. ik".:-e:tobe Troup.,..li ' . :i li' ti 'ill d -ban
k,:: '' it-. 'honor, ,Le. ...
ifi Day-U,SAi te'' Atte ''s .",
, :,: ..'!- :,:-,.,',L -.::.:::::,. r Luc-. --,,,
Ain dersidod to' have as a !... u ,, covet:wile. rtt.,,,to-'9,:..1...xhal0..t ,:.,a11,-;?:,,-.;
e th star of .the : ..'"'1'.':,,.'",-1-,?';'-',,'- k-','' '-""', "'"' ,,,' ',,,. from. ,the, Closed-,doo r. leuoit -of, I,-AnetJIAR -,-7 sunday, t o differrtlraffie :eh
; :-....v. -. -, morrow., befor , ,, .., -0,t -01n
eran 1.- , , 1:, ,. ., :,! ,,, ,..... ,,,,, .-
A dor haIlw- both', were found .guilty ,and ettorts tO e pll ,. y .,, ..y. ., .. , .... .,,,,, , . .., ;,,. ; ,.. ,..... ..
' tang,,,,seesion. .r , ,.. v e ,I,
'''''': -':',") court Mor
- '' e' rb '''''' A ' t In the de' batei Senate. ',Foreign, -;ftelationfc-,,Com,(- treoncert -rat' a:30 Pm' w .,, ,, fined u
itee ing 4 gen :John ',(11.- Carroll Lip-CW(0,1. mittee 'sessiong.ori :ter', aPPoint, '''')11.1-sgt.,-LoYd- ,A Al).T.er!' JF.- for., the -nifensea::"1 ', ,..;-i," '?- ., ..int7in- ,,, "" '' 4 tesS;;an fuith' ' t Panamanian' activitle7,11) Cuba -, r ,,, --, ..... ... ...1,...,
, ,,-
,t't,' ,'-'(, ', '.: The observance, Is in
,f.:,,tril,'4,, 's'aiti Meiletils'in-, teday 'that ;sion has heard ()illy one Sidi of the, be, had received his ,Iniasion nr4...:';
;,.1''- .2-'). ith the' presideritia Dt0ClaPrne," id. :"Id ue':' continue on'isith ment it. .showed t4kt on ,INtlayg4.
, V ,. ::Sa k41 b i
. ,,,,nnsoKittent, azi- :thitt e a e.,,..-,
4(Milten-; Illtisoiret: A : Se- trI
3 :he: moved foriher.-approvs4 ';...', ;1-niaill'e-c'.11duct'l''. ''''''''''''''''''''''''''. '''''''''''' ." Itlan":''Peitali'' lies f -' gliavtlitlig:' hie -----'"--'-' i ceinpowerea ,.to story.,,thit of the Pandmanian gov. dere front Raul' Castro,: younger '.::'-,
trograni', Will' ,i)egitt w..- was found guilty '0 .,, :his ,':eaniroittee'( s,
.only.1: the
i'-.1';'' ''''.'''' tion,'.ault141.171,'.., --- 01, zone 'Gov'. :,:i whole ,,,', countrrt-htut .- Latin I.' Bvt 'Iaterille':,taldo-te,deel- '' "aue t- litt ,t by Schbert, e cle ',on Tivolt Avail's myna' 1 HrepOrt 'end. recortimend,p1 imit not er.nment. The ls1:ombre de Dios trip brother of Premier: Fidel:Castro, i.':
1,;,,,,''.,-:' .!::.1100ooement,- or,.
Ca-nThe occasion '1,, Amerien will; think: we're, all eti alle, litstit':not :1,ii,ualifiel.,and.
followed '13Y,,:. 'lla'.', : by, Y 1-:. zone ),, drivers ,lieense;:. and
seek the is- and commander- o 'the ari -; '',I
of view rather than Army.
' -",, vadere point
T.. :: T. :, ,, ., william L'.POtter,,4, .us:pro,. ...,nuss.n. ..t.,..,:,
'',:,..,,:!,,f, '!:'.1.( T'''., 1'4' oacted accordingly Morse .said J 0,t4 Ai ei.,,,,,marchi., sisea.: o.?! ins ,
ya n force. ..-' ,.,- ,-
,1' ':':..L!.:;-, will be honored ,by:' trio
ves;':- Canatined. sm,,.1,., ,,,,,: ''i- ,i,,i' ;0.,(.,, -,',:-,5.- ,- .0 a
econd., Cyclist ,'Wit ,"sin.
'A:. i 1'1'1111119 id that. while toda'S search to -,.'present, truce or surren : ,.
der : '. - ; -, -,;' -,:-. 'z!t ,';i1
t. t ke 'inilitarY ,action against any initially .1vouid, be .to co
',--.., grams:in, the-Venal Z. one.,,f-:',(-'';',' ;.', '.The ipresident,,!st-- hi's ,- nevi' thetas rhairman,orthe.
'hie five,,mni'. ei A dit ...,1 ,'. .., -,,A
i
' -;,-'7', '',- 71,4Brief 'T. Cerenionies,, at ,,,Mag,It 'conference; 'praised Mrs., Lice, all ,subcommittee,,-,he
:','',' tratetA, 1 d',' for v '-dedidited Land' useful .pubkio ate with .10.1ra.'1..deS,)f.- she- go, J
Court,-schodu es .. . a.
'''' Cm '',.1will include-talk oy, ur .., '' Li ttrovii thti, tftabi maGS.,. ts,6, .44
,010.tod, ,tgetrnperate!., Tschaikewskyl,,',IStormr '.W. Ty.' :,,l'hiea:,.. outt ., Lewis ,, w,..',,.B.ate, .c, e 68
1 ibnyz.ploerillAhetl,:stuTbattieW!rlatdy 1,.n...A1. .,11:, man,,
"red 'ner en, Yho ,vi"'it' 1 guilty ,of, '0000n. ,vian!a, ale ,PSAT,alreraft-frn,', ,A1,: terms-



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Sir:
, Here is a reply in free-verse to the letter published under the
signature Puttermg Tubes (Mail Box, April 25).
That-CFN didn't snoutTne Breezeand The Buccaneer
was mentioned
Was not the fault- of CFN but Air Force missed intention,
It WAS but an overnight, so why not call the station
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Whrcriticixt the-music too, that CEN is playing
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Sir:
,
I think that if "Ariti-Fleeced" were better acquainted with
American Legion function and activities he would not begrudge
giving his dollar for a good cause. Perhaps he may even have a kid
brother or sister wb6 could benefit by Boys and Girls State, Junior
League Baseball, and Boy and Girl Scout activities which are among
the major functions of this grand organization.
For thesmall sum of one dollar he will be provided with an
evening of dancing, entertainment, and the chance to win a magni magnificent
ficent magnificent Magnavox stereo set. As he admittedly is provided each week weekend
end weekend with free entertainment complete with attractive hostesses and
refreshments at a nominal charge I have no doubt he can effort
this, even on a GI's pay.
The shapely Zone young ladies to whom be refers are donating
their time and efforts and are no doubt "having a ball" while theY
are about it.
t As for "glorifying" the top NCO's, I think the proper word here
Would "honoring.' "Anti-Fleeced" is welcome to work towards the
same recognition.
Let's give credit where it is due; the commander and men Of
the Legion, the military for their co-operation, the pretty lassies for
their smiling charm and anyone else who is contributing towards
the success of what promises to be a pleasant evening.
Legion Booster.

Sir:
' According to a story you published Tuesday, Sen. George Smith Smith'
' Smith' ers (D-ria.) has said that Panama's so-called invaders are commu communists
nists communists because the government they seek to overthrow "is one of the
most dembceatic in Latin America
The World is tired of hearing Americans label everything that is
non-US as "communistic." It'is almost amusing that when most US
citizen. 'ore asked, to comnient on a foreign situation in which US in
terests. such as mOnev. are-imperilled they holier "communist". In
the opinion of sip citizens the world is made up of only hvo kindo
o fpeople nro-US ond communists. It's abnut time the educated
men in the US seised UP these not-so-bright countrymen of theirs,
some of whom hold important positions of leadership.
Smothers nresumed that because. Panama has "one, of the most
demncratic"'governmenta that the invaders mnst therefore be corn corn'
' corn' munists. As Smethers ix in the. fortunate position of knowing so
much about democracy (government of the people, by the people,
for the peonle( in Panama I would like to ask him:
(a) Is Panama governed by the people the majority sit the
'people or by a handful of Dons who occupy government posts for
their own offish benefit?
(b) Is Panama governed for the People? Are minimum wage
laws being enacted to enoble PIIMMUlialig to earn a decent salary?
Are food prices effectively regulated to fit the pocketbooks of Pan
smelling En today's prevailing wages? Are zonts being 'kept down 1
to reasonable levels? Are there any plans under way to find work
for Panama's unemnloyed thouaands? Do Panamanians-receive a adequate
dequate adequate service in return for the taxes they nav? Are there suffi sufficient
cient sufficient schools? Are their sufficient opportunities for our children, or
, are the thousands of children who graduate yearly faced with un unemployment?
employment? unemployment? In brief, what is our "most democratic government" doing with
-the People's money, taxes and otherwise?
I would be prepared to argue with,Smathers that we have a gov gov-
- gov- emment of a certain group, by a cettain group, for that certain
group.
We may not have a dictatorship. but we have experienced some
of the trappings of dictatorshipvoting irregularities, censorship of
mess and radio. suspension of civil rights, unwarranted Arrests.
There's a ease tobe made out for the contention that the police ex exoercise
oercise exoercise more power in government here than in a normally democra democratic
tic democratic state.
However, Smothers finds it convenient to describe this state of
It, affairs as a "most democratic government" so that he can get,on
with branding the Cuban rebels is communists. The US has been
trying to oin this tag on Castzo's Men ever since they chased Batik Batik,
, Batik, ft from Cuban soil, because the Fidelistas were not scared to tell
the world of the streak of hypocrisy in the US's attitude to dictator dictatorship
ship dictatorship in general and Batista in particular.
believe the invaders to be simply soldiers of fortune, with no
interest in running our government. It does not therefore follow
, thet they are communists. 4,4
- Just to what extent they are invaders is debatable, too. True they
, ere foreigners, but according to all reports thely are under the or or:ders
:ders or:ders of certain Panarznian politicians or would-be politicians. Too
Many Dons' namely are linked with Santa Ice, Salud and Boquete
raids, and noir to the soldiers of fortune. It isn't too hard to get the
picture.
WiMam Attwood recently wrote in Look Magazine: we can
so longer take Latin America for granted...One of these-days, if
we don't learn our lemon. a lot of people will change their minds
about what we stand for. If that ever happens, however big our mis
siles. we are In trouble."
Could I suggest that, in the light of this, Smathers and his kind
: ',don't sound off in catch-phrasea about "most democratic govern governn(11..
n(11.. governn(11.. 0" and "communists" without going to the trouble of finding
' Out whether the facts support the trite tags.
Reconsideration

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DEMOCRACY IN PANAMA

SAN ANTONIO SUGLII
,
A trip around to spend a little money and get a lot of greenhouse
junk to take home tO plant and use time to keep them alive.
Made my sight worse And eyes worse. I have decided to spend
May at home and try to get myself in shape to run around a little in
, June. Always seemed my favorite month.
I teep up with tomscrappery down there, but can't see where
doing any good.
Lull see where we did much in the world 'at April but fool our our,'
,' our,' pelves, so we had better try to do better in May.
1- The tornadoes are still Jumping around awl do a little damage
sow and then, but there is nothing we can do about it.
,'" had Pooner have my sight and let the world do the worrYint.
'but can't do anything about that either.
' So let's can it a day until next week and never give up hone.
, Pop Wright
, SATTLE FATIGUES
:1 Colonel Blimp (Mail Box April 27) is a little narrow-minded
snob.
From 1950 to 1953. 27,704 men were killed in battle and 77,596
were wounded in actionall wearing this nniform he can't stand to
see.
I wore my fatigues in Korea with pride, and do the same now.
What was the snobbish Colonel Blimp doing frOM 1950 tO 1953,

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By VICTOR RIESIEL-;'',-
Out of the battle' of' bloodshot
ayes (sic), otherwise known as the
fight tor a labor rackets controi
law, there is springing the equival equivalent
ent equivalent of a national labor party
Thit's the opinion of the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic Party's professional leaders.

These "pros," in conversation!
with this columnist, said quite
bluntly that they were told by the
national labor chief' that the
struggle over the reform bill was
between the union chiefs and the
professional Democratic politic politicians
ians politicians such as Lyndon Johnsonrnot
between labor and the openly cri critical
tical critical Republican Party.
The pros complain that labor
gavet the regular Democrats no
room to maneuver or to' satisty
the public's demand for a law
even slightly tougher than the
Kennedy-Ervin Bill.
There was bitterness in these
professional ranks, for examPle,
over labor's refusal to go along
with even a simple arnendment
forcing unions to mail notices of
certain membership meetings to
the rank-and-file 15 days in ad advance.
vance. advance. This was successfully in introduced
troduced introduced by the crusading new
Sen. Tom Dodd of Connecticut, an
attorney who has fought, the mobs
inside labor for years.
This unwillingness to cem cempremise
premise cempremise has turned the Democratic-Laber
coalition into a bit,
tor, name-ealling Hatfield Mc McCoy
Coy McCoy thing. On ens side orb the
regular party Democrats. On
the other ars the labor people
now personalized mostly by
Sen. Hubert Humphrey.
Humphrey has just finished
some 10,000 miles of public and se secret
cret secret meetings with labor leaders
from New York's Harmony Club
to West Coast hotel suites.
The labor leaders are saying
that some of the votes on amend amendments
ments amendments to the bill have been too
close. They add that it is now aP aPparent
parent aPparent that it is not enough to
elect Democrats. They now plan
to elect their own kind of Demo Democrats.
crats. Democrats. They won't, of course, build
a new political party or in any 1
fashion split their partnership.
But as. certain as satellites and,
sputniks, the lahor politics right'
now are discussing the launching
of a "parallel pcditical organiza organization."
tion." organization." This would make their old'
election machinery about as in,
congruous as a hi-plane in an as astronautical
tronautical astronautical space, port.
1 There is the thinking, for ex example,
ample, example, of Roy,Reuther, the af affable,
fable, affable, soft-spoken and self-eifacing
political director of brother
Walter Reuther's Auto Union. in
recent-discussiens with political
strategists of other unions, Roy
Reuther has urged the organizing
of units everywhere to operate
parallel to the Democratic Party
in allprecints. The Auto Union al already
ready already has such cadres.
Such, a political stratagem calls
for each local to train a "corps
of activists" in each precinct.
They would be trained to under understand
stand understand what it is that labor wants
not what, the Democratic Party
wants or needs.

Tito corps would visit their
neighbors angora! times a year.
They'd discuss all national and
local public issues Nth their peo
ple up and down the neaby
stmts. 'Mon at primary time,
Ow neighbors could bo rallied to
the beilot box to veto for can candidatos
didatos candidatos plocigod to labor. Not
those lust intermittontly Mon&
ly lor neutral.

In recent conferences some
labor people have actually urged
the election of union officials and
activities to Democratic precint,
ward and state committe of.
flees. This would put the actual
De mocratic Party organization
in laboro hands. Instead of labor
being the junior partner, the par party
ty party professionals would have the
minority interest.
This type of machine-within-themachine
would give labor a mcch
more powerful delegation at the
Democratic national convention
that they've bad. In th'e words of
4ome policy-making officials they
could then talk Tight back to such
men as Lyndon Johnson instead
of merely with him.,
There's the real significance of
the battle over the labor reform
bill.

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AliQACT1

With the encOuragement
his wife, Mary Todd, Lincoln,
Abraham Lincoln ran for and
was elected tothe U.S. House
of Representatives la 11141.
During his single term he was
not a popular congressman be.
cause he wu opposed to tha
Mexican War and because be
refused to get ofAces tor, his
political r lends Unless he
thought .they were qualified.
In 18411, he was not renomi renominated
nated renominated and b returned to
Springfield; DI., determined tO
give up politics.
0 Zneyolopedis Britannlea

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Crimes. For Sport

By. BOB RUARK

.
While walking between the rain-victim is short of cash of' his coat
drops the other day, in my annual is cut wrong,' the young gentlemen
perusal of the chirping habits of take it as a personal affront
the first great auk to signalize and dance upon hir-carcass to
spring, I picked up eThewspaper to keep in shape for the next foray, I
keep my head dry and aCcidental- should imagine. N
ly ran into a story. Now this amounts to intent to
R was a story which Is becom- rob, or actual robbery, and defini definiing
ing definiing so pathetically common that to assault against a person, oome oomeit
it oomeit rates less news than the first times ending in murder, I asked a
faint rustle of spring. It merely re- legal gent why aren't the penal penallated
lated penallated in a stick of type the beating ties stiffer, and he says the -fault
of a 69-year-old man by four does not he in the statutes, which
charming youtths, none older define maximum penalties, but
than 19. It's dicey, but I benne do little toward defining minimum
the old gentleman figures to live. penalties. The primary cause of
I suppose be won't be very bored law-looseness dwells then Avitho
with Ms bed and wheel chair for the courts rather than the laws. 1
the rest ,of his life, because the ,. It Is easily possible for some
old and infirm ajust easily I'm aoft-headed judge to let off a hulk hulkI
I hulkI told. ing youth with a stern lecture and
I'm not yet apprised as to what remand him to the care of his par parwill
will parwill happen to these a exuberant entsi -with y 11,,1 parting Injunction
young men, hut It prOhably"Oill that It. Is not nice to kick and Old
be nothing very lunch. Spirit': run lady more than' 17 times lir; the
high In Vie spring, and if an old stomach because she only had VI
man is there to pummel. melt, cents in her snap purse,
you know how kids are. But I got 'Seems to 4'ne ,if we aim to dia..
to thinking about this muggmg courage ddli charming postwar
business, which Is 'about, as ugly habit of, beating 'and killing grim grime
e grime crime I know of, bar acid-fling- gers for sport and profit, a mint minting,
ing, minting, and why Is there not some- mum penalty must be defined,
thing more definite done about It and removed from the judge's' dis disin
in disin the law courts? cretion after A verdict of :guilty
In an ordinarY holdup, you know, has been readied..
the victim is given the usual class- ''' If any body mutters- "mitigat "mitigatsic
sic "mitigatsic corn: Stick 'em -up, Yeur-money Ing cirtumstances," or "tempering
or-your-life bit. At least the victim justice with mercy," I will arise
has a chance to yeld up his poke and shout that there ain't no mill milland
and milland wend homeward broke but gating circumstances to a mug mug(not
(not mug(not physically busted. But for any ging, and that a youth who is old
armed robbery there shoul be a enough to gang up on a stranger
minimum penalty, or faU, as we can scarcely be damaged by a
say in our set. 'Il goodly stretch in the sneezer;
, What makes mugging particu- Passionate murder is sometimes
1 larly fikhy Is that it's i generally pardonable because of circums circumsdone
done circumsdone for kicks by a pack of young tances, but the man who sets out
jackals who would be better off to stiCk up a filling station is pre prebtisting
btisting prebtisting rocks for no pay. If the pared to kill. A man who enters a
victim has money or clo'hes, per- house inte,nt on armed robbery is
haps they make off with the prepared lo kill. And a man or
clothes or the wallet, after onTy, a group of en, who et upon a
few parting boots. But if the peor stranger ith intent to maim and

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or rob is Maliciously bent on vio
lence, with' no possible exculpat exculpating
ing exculpating explanations. ,
would say that We need a new
law to take arbitrary decisions
away from judges on these alltoo alltoofrequent
frequent alltoofrequent 'callous assaults. Prove
that he 'did it, and put him away,
for no amount,of loving lecture is
ever going te Improve the thought
processes of a mugger. It's just
a matter -of leaving him loose a again
gain again until he kills somebody, and
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,struction eon,struction w rkers were burned
and almost electrocuted yeaterdayl
hen the,boom 4of a crane they
were using touched high voltage
wire.
, The men, employes 'of the Johnson-and
Johnson COnstruction Co,
were listed as E. B. Wells, 32,
I of Cedar Bluff, AA.. Talmadge
1.1m.phrey. 31, of Farriil, Ala., and
Sam Hall, 35, of COONS, ga.
, The men were working on a
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Witnesses said a crane being
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surgery at Floyd Hospital here to
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An ambulance attendant, Thom.
as Griffin. gave him mouth-tomouth
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WASHINGTON,- Lewis
Strauss, who chafes restlessly be before
fore before the Senate -Interstate-. Com Commerce
merce Commerce commktee, has two inter intercsting
csting intercsting dinner invitation, this week
aimed at building up sentiment
tok his confirmation Secrets Secretsry
ry Secretsry Commerce. Reaction to the
'" two dinner' invitations is :mixed.
, Hue, ther.itre, together with tie
reaction: r
- DINNER No Is tendered io ionight
night ionight by,the American Good GOV.
ernment Society.' to present. a
- medal to Strauss an4 hiceleilin
' of Arkansas.'
DINNER 41e; By the Am Amirican
irican Amirican Physical Society tomorrow
at which Strauss is to be the honor
guest.-
, the taie- of dinner No'.1-' 2,
hundreds of letters have been
written ;, by;,scieniiliL Igatesting
the invitabon on Robert,Euntoon,
who works for Strauss as deputy
director of the Bureau 'of Stand Stand'
' Stand' ards.111untoon is in charge' of
cal 'dinner arrangements. f!
Behind dinner No. 1 is the Am American'
erican' American' Telephone and' Telegraph
Company, plus leaders of the Na National
tional National Association. of Maitufactur Maitufacturers
ers Maitufacturers end other business groups.
, '''copo GOVERNMENT
, MEAL

Significantly, ex-congressman
Ed Gossett of Texas, notv working
for the Idephone e,ompany,' has
been offering blocks,tof tickets to
friends to attend the Strauss din dinner.,.Grovet,
ner.,.Grovet, dinner.,.Grovet, Sellers,- former', at attorney,
torney, attorney, leneral of hTexas, also
woriung with the telephone com company,
pany, company, has been helping promote
the dinner;
The. telephone ,company through
its subsidiary, Western Electric,
operates the Sandia Corporation
at Albuquerque, N. for Vle
Atomic Energy Commission; is al also
so also recipient ,of some of tbe biggest
government contracts, including
the Sage early warning -system, in
the Arctic. ,
'The American Good, Govern Government
ment Government Society is an interesting or organization
ganization organization which las a propensity
tor bolstering conservative public
officials, sometimes when they
seem to be in most trouble.
It was this organization which
gave a ;old medal to Gov. Allan
Shivers of Texas jitst as he was
running in a hot race against Sen.
Ralph Yarborough and right after
lila land commissioner and two
insurance' commissioners were
being presecuted.-
, It has ilso' awarded-medals to
Congressmaw, floward Smith of
Virgulla who 'time after time has
bottled up bills opposed by the Na National
tional National Association of Manufactur Manufacturern'
ern' Manufacturern' inother medal to Congress Congressman
man Congressman Bill Colmr of Mississippi,
who invariably joins, Smith in his
bottliniooerations, -.also to Sen.
Karl, Mundt 'of South Dakotso, un unflinching
flinching unflinching nhampion ,of ,the late
Joe- McCarthy; ,! and 4:others.
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PLAAT STRAWS ,
, )
1 The second dinner Invitation to
Strauss, that given by the Americ American
an American Physical Societyt has :tensed
one group tot scientists to organ organize
ize organize the "last straws committee," a
play on the Manner in which Oa
admiral pronounces his name
as in ,straws. ,
This committee has sent 12A)00
post cards to every member of the
Society asking what ,they think of
Strauss as a spokeiman of the
Physical world.',

HEAvy FORMOSAN QUAKE
'Formosa
nose Wag rocked' yesterday bi its
strongest, earthqulke mote
than two years. No 'casualties or
serious damage were reported.
The tremors lasted for 58 mirp
utes' and registered strength 'of
four 'on a scale of six in easterni
and northern Fotinoss; including
the Taipei area, the weather imp
real; -said.' It was the heaviest
quake here since Feb. 84, 1957,,
when five' persons' were killed. ',

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The committee includes such'
sc,entists as Jay Orear of Cornell; :
John. de Wire of Cornell;
ham Higanbotham of Brookhavea
laboratones; Edwin Salpeteri-Cor,Hartiand
t Snyder, Brook-4-
haven; 'George Vineyard, Brook- "-
hiven,-s and Robert- ft. Wilson of
Cornell., i ..,;.";t
t- One, of the: most vigorous -pro.?
ests against the Strauss invitation
come) from a former president .4!".' ...-
the American Physical tociety
who wrote his colleagdesr,'
- "I,believe a large proportion of .;
our, members will not consider
appropriate that, we extend ; this
honor and token of our respect to,'
Lewis Strauss.
"IS -MO Strauss the man Who
long tbught against the policy of!,
allowing even the scientists of al-A
lied, nationeto'...have minute- guano..
titles of radioactive materials for
medical -lesearch- or -, the
apeutic relief of human Isuffering?-.,
"Is not Strauss the, man who
ought to exercise -one-man dictat-''
orial control over all atomic tiler tilergY
gY tilergY matters in America, by-, in ingenuiously
genuiously ingenuiously combining his rote as
chairman of the- Atomic. -Energy'
commission, with ,that of scientif-.
lc' adviser to the' president,' using '''
this double role to justify, keeping
his fellow commissioners 'in ig ignorance
norance ignorance of atomie energy . ,af
fairs?
'"Is not Strauss the man who
greatly retarded the development ,)
of high energy.practice physics in
America, by refusing to suPPerl
bold imaginative program for the
construction of multibillion volt
article ,accelerators? ;
"Is not Strauss the -man who SO
misinformed the public about the
fallout dangers Associated with,
the large.scale tesUng of nuclear
wupons, so that only this year Ivn.
there come about a ,- genet
public awareness of ; 'these dan-
gers?
"Is not Strauss the -man whst
was principally responsible for til;
recting the, security persecution
of our former president, it.
Olipenheimer?. ' ,
, "Five years ago all these thrngs
were going, on in secret while the
American people watched. 'ea',
television to see Sen. Joseph' Mc-
Carthy day after day attack the ,,'
integritk of Army scientists at Th
Monmouth; Let our dinner serve
as a fifth anniversary of those
events.
It looks is if the admiial tat two
interesting dinners to attend this
week. .

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includes such
-ear of Cornell; ;
Cornell;
of Brookhavea
Sa !peter, -Cot
nyder, Brook.
eyard, Brook.
,- R.- Wilson of
vigorous -pro..
rauss invitation o
Ler -president Of: ;
tociety
lirdesr."-
a proportion of.;
not consider
e extend this -
our respect to"'
,
the man who-
t the policy oft
;dentists of alA
e minuteAuana
D materials for
or the tiler.:
mat Isuffering?- -
the, man who
one-man dictat.''
atomic trier-
'erica by- in.
ng his rote as :
6tomie -Energy'
bat of scientif..
wesident, using '''
justify, keeping
sioners 'in
' fnerlY
the man who
,development
ctice physics lit- f
ig to support a
rogram for the
nuitibillion, volt
rs?, L
he -man who SO
ublic about the
ssociated with,
Ung of nuclear
ily this year hpe
It a ,, genet L!'
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A PASSENeta BUS;: britptly lettered with recruiting'slogans leties the Ordnance paint shop
and is turned back to du with the U.S. Army Caribbean Transportation Section, rowith the'
itdO(1, mission' of ,!'selling he, Arm3r" to potential enlistees end reenlistees of ,the Canal Zone.
e 'rejuvenated vehicle with 'the ''00,. Arnly''' theme will take, its place in a fleet of some 75
her,less glamorous (olive Arab) busse8 of this,type tbelonging to 'USARCARIS Transportis,'
tion,-,The lieet supplies transportation $or On-duty and off-duty activities' (troop transporta;;
tion, recreational and religious gatherings,' and transportation for dependent school children).
In addition to travelling st,reeld. end 'roads of the panel Zone, the bus will be making long
hauls to, the Army's training grounds at Rio- Hato;some 90 miles into the Interior of Panamc
In the obovet photo,, Maj. L. R. Chasi,' second from left, command recruiting and reenlistment (
officer, and, Sgt. 1.,: P. Chs,mpagne, extreme left, express their appreciation to Col. O, King, chief
of USARCARIE Transportation and Lt.' Col.',W. Martell, chief of the USARCARIB Ordnance
Matrit:nance DMsion where the bus;was giveri' its new look.--(U.S., Army Photo) ,
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Delegate Fisim RP' Ifitiriiirlttindl T?

Community Development Conference

, More than 300 'people attended
the Brat natienal conference on
community 'development which
was held', at the Professwnal
School in Panama City last week
under the sponsorship of thit Com Commimity
mimity Commimity Development Section of
the Ministry of Labor, Social Wel Welfare
fare Welfare and Public Health.
Itt' addition to government of officials
ficials officials and., professional workers
in, the fields of Education, Health
and :Agriculture, the thirty five
communities in the 'community
delelopment program were each
representedby two delegates.
These eommimilles are in the
Provinces. of. Los Santos, Herre Herrera,
ra, Herrera, Coole, Panama, Colon and lie lieraguas.
raguas. lieraguas. '
The Conference' was officially
greeted ty -Reraclio Barletta
Minister of-Labor,,Social Welfare Welfareand
and Welfareand Publie Heaton-and bylsmsel
Olivares, firstNice-Mipister of
Education....
director of the
Pomt IdissinebtPanania, in
bis official. greatingti' to the ',con ',conferenee
ferenee ',conferenee saidt,141VeHePoint,01.7,
believe 'that :the worit'lyou are
doing. in the -conimitnities in Pe Pename
name Pename in 'Panama. is one of the
most' -important 'activities in the
country's total, program for', eco economic,
nomic, economic, developntent m social tro trogress.
gress. trogress. I make thisi statement be because
cause because the' growth ,and well being
of any, nation-depends' on the ef efforts
forts efforts of all its people"; Will said
that he felt human beings -were
basicallr-,the same stud that they
shared cdmillond aspirations :wan
their neighbors, He 'said that any any'
' any' thing can be obtained' through' in individual
dividual individual efforts. 1
In defining .community develop developmentr
mentr developmentr Will Said; min, simpler
terms,' it 'means taht the people
of a community, plan, 'k organize
and work together to produce and
market their crops, 'to build roads,
churches, ',schools, water supplies
and other community-,
and to deal withother matters
of general 'toncern. The great-.
est benefit in commuliity develop development
ment development work 48 the pride and
strength of tharaeter-that comes
to the people through success and
achievement";
Dr. Aluan Silva,. of SCIDE, in
his speech on the, Subject "The
Sehool 4 and Community Develop-
Ment", pointed out the importance I
of the school and school teachers
taking leadership in .assiating the
conimunity, to solve their Pro.
blems2 ,
In the afterneon ..sessien. the

In the aftern n sess on, the
dle;ates were auigned to dis discussion
cussion discussion groups and were asked to
list the problems thstt they felt
were of the greeted importatice to
.1 them.. Almost in all cases, ower!
ship a be lanci additiOnal water,

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Says Churchill'
Can Jutify Trip
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MOSCOW, (UPI) A Soviet
commentator said yesterday that
the Russiasr would forgive Sir
Winston Churchill for his "1946
'Iron ,Curtain" speech ; if the
"aged gentleman'''would,persuade
President Eisenhower to compro.
miss with the Soviet Union.
1Commentator.T. Nictorov, writ writItt
Itt writItt in', the ,Literary Gazette;" said'
that the.' M-year-old Churchill
could -"rectify mistakes of his-,
tory" by taking such 'a step' dtir,
ing his seheduled;yisiC to ,Wash,1
ington next week. ",
'',"Only then will tile trip'of the
'iged gentlfman to Washington be
justified," Victor, said, "Old
seores will be forgotten if he' tries
to rettify tbe ,-harm he eausbd
pnankipd, with rultort :'' Pro Protram,'
tram,' Protram,' '
' The reference Ntlit to Churchill's
epeech at' ralton,, ; in '1946,
is 'which' he coined the 'phrasi,
"Iron Curtain."' He N used the
speech to warn, the West of So Soviet
viet Soviet embilons.

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OUTSIDE lt'. WELCOME
AllIONTPELIER, (UP1)-1,
Ten ilnembere iof',? V ermontsa !.
Houle of Representatives come
Strom Oanada4 two tram 5 England ;
and one from France, Den-,
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and water facilities a d more
school houses ,were listed by most
'community,, --representatives as
being .the roost important 2'pro 2'pro'
' 2'pro' The recommendations from' the
discussion groups also included
the suggetison that there be an an annual
nual annual conference. on' community
1 development and that, 'claim& the'
year regional conferences be
held 'On local; problems., A great
deal of interest wai,also expres expressed
sed expressed on the possibility of building
community centers so, that the
reighbors might learn to know
each. other better and family life
miglit be strengthened. Represent
atives from, the various govern-.
1 ment departments' briefly explain-1
ed -the functions oftheir" organi organizations
zations organizations during', the Morning ses-1
sion,
The conference waa under, the
direction of : Raymond 'Gordon,
communit7 development advisor.
Miss Elsa Valdes, director, of
the DepartMent of Social 'Welfarel
,Ipreside&11:ithe ityrierning
1Mrs. Ma thit t. de'Navarr" o' t'hief
'Medea, Social .Wrker,,in the' De,
partment of' Health, pre presided
sided presided at the closing lession.
, 'This is the.ofirst Aline, that 're-1
Ipresentatives from the va-rious
communities in the community
development 'program have had
an opportunity to Meet and' 'dis-
cuss their oilmen problems.
Observes at the Meeting were lin-,
pressed by ''the keeft sene of un-.
derstanding that the 4'cainpesino'
in Panama. has of his own inv.
blem and also of, his desire to help
himself before seeking govern governmental
mental governmental assistance" The confer conferonce
once conferonce also included exhibits by the
following organizations!'
Nutrition section, Sanitary and
Health Education of the Ministry
of Labor, Social Welfare and P11-
bile,. Health, SCIDE, DAP, Min Ministres
istres Ministres of.Public Works and Educa Education,
tion, Education, WE, CARE Copt de Seguro
Social, and Census and Statistics
Bureau of the, General Comptrol Comptroller
ler Comptroller office.

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Red' cross to Open
First Aid Course
For Scout Loaders
A course in first aid to be given
at the Red Cross Office begin beginning
ning beginning the afternoon of May 5 is
open to all Girl Scout leaders and
other adults interested in Girl
Scouting.
'Afternoon meetings from one to
three are schedttedfor May 5, 12,
and .1.9...Morning meetings from
nine to eleven will be 'held On May
7 and It Mrs. W. M. Kennedy is
the instructor.
Applications satould be filed im immediately
mediately immediately with Mrs. Rosemary
Galiber, traiaing chairman, Pana Panama
ma Panama 3,3010, Mrs. C, V. Torstenson,
Margarita, 605, or.,with the Girl
ScouV,Offlce, Balboa 135Q.,

Cab filet Minister

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Dr9j),A,
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LNDON AM) ir David
'Eccles,' a cabinet minister fre.
quently In hot water for his offthe-caff
remarks, admitted yester
day, that he "drOpped a brick"
when he said that one of the
things that made Queen Elizabeth
great Was her German ancestry.
' Members of Parliament and
British newspapers were in full
ory for the scalp of Eccles, chair chairnun
nun chairnun of the Baard xA Trade be.
cause of his remarks to a lunch
gathering at' Hanover, Germany,
last week. ,
Davidt told' his German au audience
dience audience that Britain would not
have such a good monarchy if, it
were not for the Hanoverian blood
of Queen Elizabeth.
,The reference was to a German
royal family that figures in the
ancestry of British rulers. Among
the any German .family links
with' the queen is het great-great
grandfather, Prince Albert of
Faxe-Coburg-Gotha, husband at
Qopen Victoria.

The fifth' Safety ,- Field Day at
Pedro' Miguel 0E1.60m:day was
voted a complete success by the
many visitors who attended. t
began with flag raising cetera.
nY at 9:05 followed by an
entertaining Trogram held on the
patio of the -elementary School.
'Highlighting -the program -was
an eloquent address OD safety by
marine director Capt. Warner S.
Rodimon,,who was introduced by
W. &smith, thief Safety Branch,
Pananta Canal Co. Prior to intro introcueing
cueing introcueing Rodimon, Smith read a
letter of commendation from, Gov.
Potter- to -the' Pedro Miguel Cuvic
Council,in. connection ,' with the
evenW, ' ,
, The ,79th, Army Band's rend!:
Mita of "Black Magic," "Brava "Bravade"
de" "Bravade" and "Soliloquy" were term termed
ed termed by everyone' as masterfully
presented. The ever popular
"First Aid ActiOn Song" by D'EI.
,man Clark was given la rousing
aPPlause by the audience. The
Rev. Aplhonse of the Methodist
Church in ger. the in invocation
vocation invocation and Ellis 4 L. Faweett,
president, Congress of Civic Com Comcils;
cils; Comcils; offered the benedietion, sub substituting
stituting substituting for the Rev. Dort
Following the kick-off progrant
was a parade with the 79th Army
Band providing the music. b the
parade were Mireaus and
pions- of the Panama Canal ComPanY-Government,
units of the
Navy, lir Force and Army, Civil
Defense, International Girl and
Boy Scouts and civic organiza-I
Cleveland Pl. Stevens, author of
the Zone-wide safety event, was
escorted to the entrante of the
tovm where he did the ribbon cut cutting,
ting, cutting, officially opening the exhi exhibits
bits exhibits ter the fifth annual Safety
Field Day. I
The rest of the day was devot devoted
ed devoted to contests and demonstrations
around the field area. The
healthy baby contest, sponsored
'by the International Girl Scouts,
resulted as follows: top honor-s-1
Renaldo Oases, Guillermo Nurse,
Jaime Ramsey, Elena, and Ber

Na Casualties
In Latest Ara4-
Israeli Incident
TEL AVM, Israel (IIPI)--IP
nen fighters intercepted four
United Arab Republic blig-jets
over Israeli territory and chased
them back over the border yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, Israeli offkials annouiced.
There were no casualties in the
second Arab-Israeli border inci incident
dent incident in 48 hours.
But Israel said two Arab Infil Infiltratort
tratort Infiltratort were killed in a &eft&
with an Army,' patrol near- the
lordinian border south 'of Seer,
shebt IvIonday. No Israeli casual casualties
ties casualties were rerportett

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ta '311trilnez,:winning honors;1
Second Place-- Gregorio, Burgeas,i
LUz Jordan, and Carlos Henry;
1Third Place Emile Back les and
Jaime, Samuels, Guillermo 1. Cox,
who tied with the Osseo baby', was
given i'pecial consideration and a
prize by the Pedro kligtiel Civic
Sitte'essfiii divisional, teams and
individual participants in the-contest
are as fillows: fxst aid:. (1)
Mrs.-4,4 Graham, Rainbow City,
(2) ,Mr: ;Dee Puente., Hydorgra Hydorgraphi
phi Hydorgraphi Secti On, Madden Dam and
(3) Serafin Urriola, Dredging Di Diviston,
viston, Diviston, Gamboa.
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Han car race: (1) Section No.
4, Balboa Group and Section 1,
also Balboa Grotap (2nd).
Line throwing comtest: (1)' Juan
Garzon,, Miraflores Locks, (2)
Carlos- Meleadez, Pedro Miguel
Locks and, (3) hfanuel Rodriguez,
Miraflores Locks.
Sefety exhibitions: (1) Supply
and Community Services, (6) U.
S. Navy and, (3) Marine' Bureau.
Honorary mention went to the U.
S. Army, Terminals, and' Transpor Transportation
tation Transportation and the Fire Division.
The day's activities vtere spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the Pedro Miguel Civic
Catilleit with the fun support of
the Panama Canal Co,
Program coordinator' Cecil G.
Callender. andsthe safety Com Committee
mittee Committee wishes to express sinter&
thanks to all those individuals who
contributed their time and effort
in helping to make the occasiosuccess.

White Boy Adds
Firl,ng Shotgun
Which Hurl Negroes

RICHMOND: Vs. (UPI) A
17-year-old white boy. has admit admitted
ted admitted that he fired shotgun blasts
from a speeding car that injured
six Negro teen-agers, police said
yesterday.
The Negroes were fired on Sun Sunday
day Sunday night while they were walk walking
ing walking Mime from a store in a Negro
neighborhood.
Police said Robert Kenney con confessed
fessed confessed the shooting after his ar arrest.
rest. arrest. Five of his companions were
arrested and charged as acces accessories.
sories. accessories. They were identified as
Robert Lee Carlton, 20, and his
brother, Charles, 22; John B.
Flournoy, 18; Earl Price Oarri Oarrison
son Oarrison Jr., 17, and Thomas A. Park Parkinson,
inson, Parkinson, 20. One white boy still was
sought.
About 400 Negroes,protested the
Shoothig at meeting of the Clty,
Couitell MenSay night Spokesmen
reported that tension. was high in
the Negro neighborhood..

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A cook book for the rand as
well aa for the palate is among
the new books' placed in CirelliA CirelliAtion
tion CirelliAtion this week by the Canal Zone
Library.
The new book,. "Aromas and
Flavors of Past and Present" was
written by Mice B. Toklas with
comments and introduction by
Poppy Connon, one of America's
leading' exponents of the art of e epicurean
picurean epicurean cooking.
This is a book of more than two
some elaborate but none hack hackneyed,
neyed, hackneyed, A. few ore very extrava extravagant,
gant, extravagant, 'like mashed patatoes which
call for a full pound of butter to
serve four people.
The recipes appear just as Miss
Toklas wrote then but Poppy Can Cannon
non Cannon with her explanations and
contments makes then easy to un understand
derstand understand and use in the United
States.
The complete list of new books
and their authors follows: Public
Education in America, Bereday:
Carli; Living with your allergy,
Feinberg; Beauts du fond des desmer,
mer, desmer, Forest; Antartic assault,
Frazier: What We Are for, Lar-1
son. The academic mind; Lasers Lasersfeld;
feld; Lasersfeld; The magic-maker, Norman;
Smith and Wesson revolvers, Par Parsons;
sons; Parsons; The cultured pearl, Reece;
Armmas end flavors of past and
present, Toklas: The democratic
Roosevelt, a biography of Fran Franklin
klin Franklin D. Roosevelt, Doubleday, 'rug 'rugwell;
well; 'rugwell; Sputnik into space, Dial, (by,
a Russian scientist), Vasirev.
FICTION Dewey death, Black Blackstock,
stock, Blackstock, Charity; Pin s rose on me,
Blumenfeld, Josephine; The sy sycamore
camore sycamore tree, Brooke-Rose, Chris Christine;
tine; Christine; The burning of Troy, Galr,
Malcolm; Thousand cream's, Ka Kawabata,
wabata, Kawabata, Yasunari; The lady is
waiting Mitchell, J. W.: .Enemies
and Friends, Prosser, W. H.; The
deadly lady of Madagascar,
Added to the Vertical File- The
governors of the states, 19004958.
The council, The council of state
governments; Your guide to a
higher income, Itiplinger, W.

ALUMINUM TRUCK
DETROIT (UPI) Chrys Chrysler
ler Chrysler Corp. atmounced development
of en all-aluminum 21.4 ton truck
for the Army. Company officials
said tte truck is lighter loaded
thas the standard 214 ton truck is
empty.

FIRST SOLO FLIGHT A-3e John R. Holt receives contgatula- h
tions and a solo certificate from his flying instructor Capt. Clem,T
ent H. Armstrong, after piloting one of the Albrook Aero
Aeronca aircraft for 25 minutes by himself to become the fir8L4-1-
,Aero Club member, who has received all his flying training helm 4
tO solo. (Official USAF Photo)

FORT COLLINS, Colo (UPI)--
Colorado State University officials
discovered belatedly today the
calendars they distributed last
Deceknber show this Friday will
be April 31.

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' an eloquent -address on safety by, Stioess
----flit --v-s---:-', --MS 1 the new books.' placed in circula- ': ft.
, marine director Capt.,,Warrier S. individual participants in the-con- twit this week
uy the Canal Zone '::Ifir!lt-.,,,,:,...,40,.,,,,,,rws.,,,
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' i PASSENGER- B US,,"bri htly' lettered with --recruiting slog,arts leaves the 9rdnance paint shop,: Sefety odubitions:, (1) -. Supply The recipes appear just as Miss s
Toklas wrote then but Poppy Can Can,'
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If l'' b th udience The
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marwes" Burton. non with her explanations and
. coroOrandTo EtOaLLIte uNniSv, eCr,solltoy (01Ifileil)-als
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president Congress of Civic Com- ?' contments makes then easy to un
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' IP' tion,....The fleet supplies transportation Ior'on-duty and off,cluty activities-(troop -transporta-, States. calendars they distributed last ,,,,,'L
December show this Friday will
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The, aubThe, complete Bet of new books ,-,
. tion' recreational and religious gatherings,"..,and transportsttion for dependent school thild,r, en). stituting for the Rev. Dort T
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hatils to,, the, Army'S :training groundk( at ,Rie.'Hato;,tionie ,90 , was a e
a p rad with the119th -Army Council with the full support of adrullatillinviltig Awirlricya, Beirledragyy:
Panama Canal Co, ; !,-
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offirer, and, Sgt. t: P, Champagne, ext eme p thceir appnrd recruiting an ,reendstment
eciation to Col. D. King, chief
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Band providin the 'music. In. ditvht tther.
parade were eaus and ,,, program coordinator; Cecil G. Feinberg; Beauts du fond des desCalle
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pions, of the Panama Canal Com-,
Mattittnatice DMsion where the bus;wis given' its-new look..-(p.S-.1,tem, Y Ph, oto) r. ,-,. the inittene yish..es; to.e.x1pr.a.eas.Y sin:en:re' Frazierr; What. W,e Are .for, Ler-
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. fessed the shooting after his ar- D E T R 0 I T (UPI) Chtys- t!'" t
be filed im- TEL AVM, Israel (IIPI)Is- rest. Five of his companions were ler Corp. ann ced development ,
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ith the Girl them back over the border yester- brother, Charles, 22; John B.
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1359.- day, Israeli offkials annouiced. Flournoy, 18; Earl Price Oarri- empty. at Frangipani .
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mientn: pointed Out the importance 1 ,
AND NEw yo,R1(
of the. school-and school' teachers ..
taking leadershipinassisting the I. ei711 :
torsthrity,. to rive their pro- 1,, ",.-7'1) :
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ship a he additidnal water, : , DAr 1 It f I h ,4$,,t

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commentator ,said yesterday' that : t rgrligr 0 Nit , )' v...., -,....... , )4'
the ,Russiass- would forgive ,. Sir '' ' ',',. ', anal even with rke to .,:-;',:'.', -- '''' 4 i, .4,414,
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Winston Churchill for his '- 1.946 ,', '' - ,, .,,, make our delicious' yellow rke, With a B
4IIron ,Curtain" speech ; if the '' ., "" , ,, ... -,, ;:, ' ' ''' ,,,c,"i"ik .sty little imagipation you can find -many ways -4.-
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President Eisenhower to compro- ,', Wise mother! ,tter busy day '''', ...1 ri ,titi of using this rich ptepared sauce. Buy it 4
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that the' 84-year-old Churchill ', ,, Po , '7,
could -"rectify mistakes of,' his- ' ' ' preferi the -wonderful Parker SpaghettrT Sauce with Mushroom ,:.(77,;,-, 4 '4;4i, 4
tor b takin such ,a step' diir- P, , ; , , ', ,
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scores. will be forgotten if he' tries ,i,,,, ,,. I, ,, ,,,,' h '''', ', '-,. 'greater ink opply. i' ,' '' .......----,,, 4 ing 14 water (measured arith the same can) ,
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ADMIRAL AND MRS. WAVES HONORED
LAST EVENING AT GALA EARTY
- An outstanding social event of last evening was a festive
.
it party honoring Rear Admiral and 'Mrs. George Wales at the
Fort Amador Officers Club. The event was a farewell gu gut,
t, gut, tare by military officers who have terved here with the
I "AdmiraL
I Admiral and Mrs. Wales plan to sail from the Isthmus In
early May. He has received a command at seat at Little
I Creek, Va. Mrs. Wales will return to their home at New Lon London,
don, London, Conn., while the Admiral is at sea.

Recent Baguet Guests
Among recent guests at the Pa Panamonte
namonte Panamonte Inn in lioquet have
been Mr. and Mrs. McIlhen McIlhenriy
riy McIlhenriy of the Zone, Adlofo de Silva,
Jose Gomez, Louis Gomez, Juan
C. Mendez, Pedro Gonzalez, Ma Mario
rio Mario de .Deigo and Maurice Brown
of Panama City.
-
Birth Announcement
Of Local interest
, Mr. and Mrs. Micheal R. Hel Helmoz
moz Helmoz announce the birth of their
first child, Della, on April 11 in
- Seattle, Wash.
.11za. Heimoz is the former Miss
Margaret Hollingsworth, who
lived on the Zone and attended
Balboa High School while her
father, Chaplain Hollingsworth,
was assigned here.
,
Mr. Ilehnoz also WA4 stationed
tiers with the Navy. He is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Heimoz
tit Lausanne, Switzerland.
-
Orchiel Chapter, 0.E.S.,
Ilinnual Charity Party
Orchid Chapter One, Order of
the Eastern Star, will have its an annual
nual annual charity card party and
danrA on May S. The event is
.

EASY WAY TO KILL
ROACHES AND ANTS

iclentists recommend that you con con,
, con, trol roaches and ants the modems
way with Johnston's NO-ROACIL
Brushed just where you want lt, the
colorless cf;ating kills these pests.
It's effective for months, sanitary,
and easy to use. it or, 89c.; pint
$1.6e. Get NO-ROACH at Bella Vista
Commissary, & your favorite food
stars. Dist..by La Blzhayna.

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STUDIO OF DANCE
Will move to
The Knights of Columbus Hall on Balboa Road
on June
BALLET TAP TOE ACROBATIC CHARACTER
REGISTRATIONS for the Three Months Summer
Course will be held at The K. of C.
May 11, 12 and 13 from 2 to 5 PM.
All Registrations should be made in person and those
planning to take in October when the Regular 'erm
Begins may also register at this time.

scheduled for $ p.m. to midnight
at the Tivoli Guest House.
A Mognavox hi-li set will be a awarded
warded awarded as a door prize, and
prizes will be &warden to card
players and dancers. Music will
be furnished by Hans Janawitz.
Tickets may be purchased at the
door.

Patricia Mud! To
Maks European Tour
Miss Patricia Maedl, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Maedl of
Cristobal, is a member of a group
of Gustavcs Adolphus College
students who plan to take the Ber
nauotte European Stcdy Tour
(BEST) this summer.
She is a sophomore majoring in
buslness administration at the St.
Peter, Minn., college.
The group will attend a six sixweeks
weeks sixweeks summer school in Sweden,
then travel on the icontineni be before
fore before returning to the States. The
program was established by the
Bernadotte Foundation at Gus Gustavus
tavus Gustavus to foster better understand understanding
ing understanding and clutural exchange be between
tween between Scandanavian countrles
and the students at Gustavus.

Catholic Daughters Plan
Communion Breakfast
The Catholic Daughters of A America,
merica, America, Court Sancta Maria 447,
will hold their annual communion
breakfast Sunday at Secred
Heart Ch!pel. Members and
their guests are invited to attend
the 7:30 a.m. Mass at the chapel
in Ancon.
Breakfast will be served after
the service in the Fern Room of
the Tivoli Guest House. Reserva Reservations
tions Reservations should be made today by
calling Balboa 3617, 1373 and 1496,
or Curundu 3184.
Guest speaker at sthe breakfast
will be Sister Magdalen Mary of
the Maryknoll Sisters, who will

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NOTE THESE IMPORTANT BIOLAO rAcrs

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PROMS: BIOLAO supplies sufficient
protein for baby's growth.
FAT:The fat content of BIOLAC hu
been reduced eu that baby receive')
only what he needs. and can digest
easily.
SUGAR: Lactose (natural milk sugar)
has been added Ito BIOLAC to supply
energv.

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New York, N.Y. ILIA.

BIOLAC Is modified cows milk of
the ter highest aunt?.

present a program entitled "Light
to the Journeyman."

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CONTINUto ON PAGE IFIVE)

FBI Puls Bandit
Kervan On List
Of !lost Wanleds
WASHINGTON (UPDThe FBI
gave Emmett Bernard Kervan a
rather unpleasant gift on the oc occasion
casion occasion of his Stst birt
yesterday. It placed Kervan, an
armed bandit with a yen for spicy
foods and high living, on its list of
10 most wanted fugitives.
The FBI hopes Xervan will not
prove as elusive as the 'criminal
ne replaces on the list. The re replaced
placed replaced man is Frank L. Sprenz,
the Ohio bank robber who umd
stolen airplanes for his getaways
until captured in Mexico earlier
this month.
Like his predecessor on the
list, Kervan, described as greying
hut agile, is wanted for bank rob robbery.
bery. robbery. He is under indictment in
Connecticut for the robbery of the
East Norwalk branch of the Mer Merchants
chants Merchants Bank and Trust Cog on
Feb. 5.
According to the FBI, Nerves,
who thinks he has incurable tu tuberculosis,
berculosis, tuberculosis, wanted the VI 445
loot from the bank hold-up to eat eatisfy
isfy eatisfy "an insatiable taste for high
living.' When finances permit, the
FBI said, Kervan reportedly ens
joys the best hotel and motel ac accommofiations,
commofiations, accommofiations, scotch whisky and
steak dinners in ths better res restaurants.
taurants. restaurants. He is a 520 bettor at
rase traskir when in funds.
The FBI warns that Krvan,
who in the past has carried a
snub-nosed revolver, mutt be
considered extremely dangerous
because his belief that he is an
insiirable tubercular leaves him
witN no great fear of sudden
death.

Ou Pan Juliana
To Hear About
Fluorin SCILICerS
THE HAGUE, Holland (UPI).
Queen Julians of The Netherlands
will hear all about flying saucers
from a man who claims he has
ridden in them, it' was disclosed
today, 'T 4
Court officials said the Queen
on May.lt will receive American
flying saner enthusiast George
Adamski, 68, who claims to have
taken seven trips in flying sau saucers
cers saucers from Venus and Saturn.
The Queen herself requested the
meeting.
An official court spokesman
seid Quoin Juliana likes to nitet
specialits in every field.

TREMOR HITE VIRGINIA
PEARISBURG. V. (UPI)--An
earth tremor which reportedly
lasted less than a minute knocked
dishes off cabinet shelvelt and
rattled window over a large por portion
tion portion of southwest Virginia yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon.

GIVE YOUR BABY
With jug me fad td1 gut
Ittowitay ituttilian
with Biolae,
compkb, 0

Now, with BIOLAC, babies
can obtain all the necessary
nutritional elements for
normal healthy growth.
BIOLAC hss been created
especially to provide the
advantages of mothers milk,
to provide a safe, convenient
balanced diet for baby.
BIOLAC now contains
Vitamin C

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VITAMINS & MINERALS: BIOLAC hu
been enriched with vita4itins antsiron.
Vitamins A, B C and D as well as iron
have been added in cOnsideratte
BIOLAC also contains Intritiont
vitamin 111.; (0) as well la et:Idiom and
pnognnorus. important in bisildin
strong bones and teeth.

tes, your baby receives all nutritional requireme nts with MICMAC. the COMPUrrt Intent food!

AND 1101LAC IS IASI' TO PRIPARII
Simply mix SUMAC With greateuely
boiled (tooled water. asaorSIONS $110 40stort
instructions. That's dill
No complicated measures. No worries
an long as the mixing instructions are

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30 Volcano ;,,; meow
31 Chair .;, ; 41 Tard7
33 Burn : 47 Sacred imago
33 )40st, imusual 43 aingthg vpic0
40 Dutch 50 Indigo
merchant ship 51Tiasuo
43 htuskal 33 Paradise !'
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4. TAHITIAN SINGER,' MAEVA''.,,:,
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Local Ham Contacted By VOrld's

First Radioisotope Transmitter

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The world's first radioisotope radioisotopepowered
powered radioisotopepowered amateur radio station
W8NPC, from Cleveland, contact contacted
ed contacted S-Sgt. George Winklemainer,
assistant chief operstor et Ai Aibrook's
brook's Aibrook's MARS Station on Aprd 10,
at his 'IMAM" Station, KZ5GW, io iocated
cated iocated at Loma.
This was history-making
event. It covered the longest dis distance
tance distance contact made durinr the
atom-powered set's demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration at the Nuclear Congress and
Atom 'fair in Cleveland.
Me special call letters W8NPC
(for Nuclear Powered Commun Communication)
ication) Communication) had been issued by the
Federal Communications Com Commission
mission Commission to allow the. Nuclear Di Division
vision Division of the Martin Company to
demonstrate the effectiveness of
SNAP III in powering an amateur
radio transmitter and receiver.
SNAP II is the name given to I
radioisotope fueled generator that
recently made nation wide froht
page hews, as a new powerful and

Bishop Goodell 1, k
To Be Heard
On HOG Tomorrow

Bishop R. Heber Gooden
present a talk en the program
known as "Morning Meditation,"
over station HOG tomorrow morn mornInc
Inc mornInc at 9:15.
The program IS presented by
the Department of Christian Edu
cation of the EPiscopal Church in
this area, and may be heard every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
at the Same tibia.
The talks ire presented by local
clergymen on devotional subjects
aimed at bringing God into the
homes of our people.

compact source of radio trans transmitttr
mitttr transmitttr energy for earth satelite.
Winidemaier received the atom,
powered radio signals 'on a Hal Hallicrafter,
licrafter, Hallicrafter, SX28 receiver with pre preselector
selector preselector and a 10 meter di-pole
antena. His transmitter is a Heath
Kit "Apache" with 150 watt input.
George was born in Chicago and
attended Lane Tech High School.
Winklemaier ix a member of
the Military Addiliate Radio Sys System
tem System here at Albrook.

Joan Crawford
To Inherit All
Of Steele's Estate

,
NEW YORK (CPI) Actress
Joan Crawford will inherit all but
$5,000 of the estate left by her
millionaire husband,. Alfred N.
Steele, who died, April, 10.
Steele's will, filed for probate
Tuesday, left everything to "my
beloved wife" With the exception
of $5,000 bequeathed to Mrs. Sally
Steele Comer of San Juan, P.R.,
his daughter by 6, previous mar marriage,
riage, marriage,

The document, dated June 19,
1958, directed the executors to ful fulfill
fill fulfill the obligaijons of ,an agree agreement
ment agreement Steele had made for his for former
mer former wife, Lillian, and his son,
Alfred Nelson Steele.
The estate was valued for court
purposes at $20,000. However,
Steele was known to have built a
fortune es chairman of the Pepsi PepsiCola
Cola PepsiCola Co.

top quality meat (
makes the difference
When you feed your dog Ken-L-Ration, you are gtv
ing him. the MIA quality meat that you could eat
yourself. Open & can and you'll see the difference
lots of flavorful tendr meat. You are sure of quality,
became Kai-L.Litton um; only the choicest grades
of 1.1. Government inspected euti. This mem more
of the proteins. aro! Os end minerals your dog need&
Ken-leltation b economical tool Get some War lit
your grocers

CELI-UplIATION
Wh9lesomo.:.
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Novrishing

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By OSWALD JACOBY
Writtfn tior PIA Wylie

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SO Marty requests' hive been
receiveci lately for- a further, ae aeries,
ries, aeries, of articles --on the, Jscohy
transfer' bed that I, yak going ',.to
devote lima articles, to it.
: The -,, standard opening
trump-, today shows ACM'', 11
points and ',5-1-11-2,' 44-1-2 7"'02
44-3-1: distribution. --,', Theoretical Theoretically,
ly, Theoretically, the doubleton if any', should
elude the ice, king or queen al although'
though' although' some players tend to
overlook thil lilt testily, tut oc occasiOn.
casiOn. occasiOn.
Some player thend to toe
111liter noitruMpp-ethere ,hestIN
ler ones but all good players
agree on keeping the DO-trump in
a definite rings of strength ,,And
distribution. ',
With, this precise !information
responder should be able to -develop
thil bidding intelligently end
the .ITS is a method of doing
The first step in using the JTS
is to Imow when not to use it' and
today's hand is a good example.'
Soitth has a normal opening no.
trump and North -should simply
raise him right to three no-trump.
The three. no-trump : contract
makes easily 'against any defense
but. if North experiments with
finding a inajor suit fit his side
will land 6t four spades down
One.

Qtbe bidding bits boom
North lase Sputa WON
1N.T. Peas ? 1
Yong south, bold:
677 VISS114 4ala
You ant Pla Alt the' theohy
tzansicr bid. What do you do?
ABld two diesmeado. Valt
Ambits bid Sella yolor,.41041.
bid bort& To. plan to peso et.
Four nut illy bittltsflete slink"
no bolter Bop pe-srusesh
TonArs ovitArtrai
Again yout partner ma opeoltd
ono no-tsump. This, Bono you
bold: 4
612 vititssi 412 4igir
What do you bid?
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DIELISTHIG SOUGHT
NEW 'YORK. (uPz)Tho Nest'
York Stock Exchange hal 'Hid
application with the Socurities
Exchange COMMISS100 leaking to
della the stock of Amorican Ha Hawaiian
waiian Hawaiian Steamship Co. frOtit trad trading.
ing. trading. The esehangt said tho attion
was taken because the toMPIISY
is offering to buy up itt OVII out outstanding
standing outstanding shares. ,

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- JOTTINGS IN PENCIL
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Shubert )4114 ,:regolarg ars
&buss with the show, bis rumor
that Httry Isionte has takell an
option en still 'untitled musical
he plans to producebut not, sp.
pear inon. Broadway next year.
Ws a Krigh written by- Haber,
Meadowns, leauthor of the great
TV success, ) "Have Gun,- Will
Travel". Jock larry's frequent
duets with pretty and charming
Patty Prebble (they held hands
at the I,Aft Bask one night, tontin
ued the mood at the Waldorf 24
hal!ra later lead chime to believe
a DaPPI announcement may be
forthcoming ate belle adored
bY comeditit he E. Lewis is AM,
ericsa Airlinet pterwardesi
bua :nal Castro now
'bowl amoyance when he's asked
about ITO1 rpm, who did
he .could in, the early, days of the
new lovernmest, te mike ,7idel
lot lits a great bokrb. AlthOugh
the world premiere of "Ben Bur,"
scheduled ,kor LOWe's State. is at
least six month awaY, MGM la
triatiat un tickets for New Year'S
Bvegiving the epic the sarliebt
Advance sale In pieties picture
history.

Johnny Mathis will record a
song written by trroll Garner.
Mitch Miller sod Columbia Re Records
cords Records make big trade news in the
bear futtire, Jana Russell is com coming
ing coming East to try the hummer stock
bit. .11111 inAgezine is reaterch reaterching
ing reaterching "payolas" in the pop music
business. .Debble Reynold; plans
to confer with Bob roue in New
York next month.' He has ideas
about. show in which She might
make het limedsly debut... IVO
been a, tot run of hard luck for
Joll Orly; tho' talented imunz
comedian, and his pretty bride.
Their 'bsby,- born premsturelY.
Bred OnlY'. three dui; following
that trigic experience Soel open opened
ed opened at the Diplomat in Florida -to
the greateet notices of his career,
and two eights later was taken
to the. hgoitel kr an emergency
aPPendactoMZ
Eddit Fisher. Mir hairdo, said
to ba improved by Elizabeth TIP
loe, make him look blie- Downi Downie
e Downie Ilodugtio with overtone for
RoCky Graziano. .judge TIVIO
DarlditOn'ir hook, "The Jury Is
Still Out," .figures to be a, best
seller. It's in its second printing
before Publication Model Lila
Hughee and-Chuck Reeves (Dick
Clark's right hand. mat) have
split after an ontageitent that
Leigh it hit ett kr a 4, giant
comeback OP BrOldiveY.
ornery aitt .it said te be the
favorite for the Iteditig relit in
Norman Mailer'c.stage version ot
his novel, "Deer, Parr'. Ontl
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Altaniiro Club
To Present

The aponloring agents Of this
aro Art art tbe British Methodist
' church and the Veteran Stouts
-11w0 Ydungrduoliediete eta e Association in Colon.
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local ballet daneer will be pre- ThrOugh the generosity of an in inmooted
mooted inmooted on' May Ile at the cenuti ttrested party, land has been
made available on th road to
Maria allquita and it is the in inThanalodutenrcebl
Thanalodutenrcebl inThanalodutenrcebl todeluibi.Altam,tra, it was
- tention of the committee to 'clear
Mrs. Itartha,Spoel, a prolcsior this land, erect ktilldings and to
at the Natiettal Conservitory, is take in boys. There, the boys
acting ta edviser to tits club for will, haat an opportunity of learn learnIpretbratation.i
Ipretbratation.i learnIpretbratation.i ing how to make a living from titt
Altamira also making ar land; woodwork; other manual
rentiententi for its annual' Ira- crafts; and general educatirat.
ther s Day program, which wilt Present at the meetrat wart:
ht held in Colob, tht, Rev, V. J. Watson, of the
, British Methodist Church,-,C. Mc Mc,
, Mc, Allister, resident of the Veteran
GersitwitERe;overs. sfouts
ksotiation; A.' Had, pr 6-
J dent of Rotary; ,A GitcoMbe and
ean Resting John Blennerhosett. r 4
, Membars, council are makit
11GiJXWOKiD (VPI). gong. themselves personally responsibld
writer Ira Gershwin, 112, brother for clearing the land. But help
of the 1st. eemooser, George must bo, secured for the erection
Gsrobwin,' was 'reported...in slats. Ola buildings, Maintenance and
factory condition today following general r tan ning of 'Boys
ocom, major abdominet Op. Town", Checks, should he made
oration qg mouth& OUt to 41glesia Metodista,, Colon"
,, given either to s 'member of the
The lyrkist underwent surgery Advisory Council, or, meat to .the
Tuesday at Cedars of tobaton Rev. V.. Watsone, Apartado Sd2.,
Hospital for et abdominfl eb., Colon..Acknowledgements and re.
struction. Re atts operated on for ceipts will bs given or sent for
8: 110.141 saltneut Dee. 24,ourt donations.
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magazine which had planned
three stories oaths Bolshot, sat.
let unloaded two of them after
teeing the Russian dancers per.
form. 0 .The DOW heartthron
vocalist 'in SaMmy" Ktys's -outfit,
Riccardo Dint, is An altIrotutd
low. Re's held championships
two- aports,-plays three "MUSICI1
instrtunems 'atm sings ; in -four
languages.. 7 ,
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Versatility department: 'Frank
Gorshin, who plays ruthless Idle
ler is PWarlock, has been -signed'
for four comedy Tuest sports
by Steve-Allen. ; Joan Blackman,
a film starlet who thrilled to Pra
Sinatra's' attentions for a brief
1 while, apparently has recovered
from the supersonic ray. Friends
IxPeet her to marry Joby Bake ,r
a acreen neweamer,4n If
you went to kill a tiger in India
under tbe7 Maharajah Cooch
Behar, the roles is a mere $5,000
iThe dress Bette Davis wears
atzberine the Great in,' "John
Paul Jones" is in a way past.
kb. of all the costumes worn by
the Empress in the many por.
traits of her. Designer Phyllis
Dalton selected one ,detail from
each painting and combinedstbem
A green velvet court gown trim trimMed
Med trimMed with sebleCost $3,500
Every publicity picture the Ent.
bers bad on Wild Sill DIIVI$011,
who opens there on tht 27th,
showed bim with his, horn
in his mouth, so in an elf rt to
get a simple studio portrait
withour musical instruments
the management called on : Mrs,
Davison for help. She was imder.
standing burunable -to oblige.
"When Bill sees a camera t he
automatically grabs the trumpet
nobody can stop she said,
and to prove it, brought out her
wedding album. The pictures ,of
bride and groom at their Neel).
tion showed Anne, radiant if a bit
baffled; looking. adoringly at her
new husbandeyes closed, ex.
Pressitin ecstatic, trumpet in kis.
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Th big Elvis Presley closed closedtheatre
theatre closedtheatre deal for next March may
scooOed by kicky Weft, who
Considoring trying Om same
thing on t Saturday afternoon in
Septembir, .1,1rt Emil Zola
Berman, vde of the famed at attorneY,
torneY, attorneY, is mending after surgery
:Me' Chateau Madrid wants
Fernando UM'S for a night club
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THE VISTA It001's
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plans for the opening of a "boys
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- ,,, "merlons' Ts Hear , : ''-, "awhile elephant salj, )- a '-' paieel
American Logien Officer '-., ,'' post booth, fish pond, or children,
: In observance' et the fortieth cakes, handiwort, ,l)ooks and Me Me,
, Me, nniversary of 'the American Le- gazines. '...'-.- kl, ...
gion, Alfred Sauvhit tommandeli The-public le.invited te attend.
of the Canal Zone Department 'of r
,' the Legion, .addressed member p 1 r:tt- 1 .-'-',-,
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Ipneheon today. e --4-t,,,,,,,L-, ,- !, I al- v ' :
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SlawAri'l 1 gni--
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, the Bella Vista room of the Bona- ) '"' :. 1 'Lill ',, k
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monthly. Town .Hall meeting iwill ,!221111'414 Print' V'llsrlaa' lc".
be held Friday evening at I:30 In all trim 4a- a'gra flannel suit
Ole Diablo Heights Service Center. with short pants, steered the 430
iAll residents of Diable Heights M4'1111 sircraft carrier Eagle lor
Old Los Rios are urged to attend. a lull minute-yesterday and WOO
Any cjvic problems of common In. the praise. of a naval officer at
ttrest discussed at ,this
, requiring remedial action, wili,be ,- no heir to the British throne
presented at the 'next meeting of held the carrier on a.,-steady 1,53
tot pacific civic council., ,,. ,i tffroo cows! at a aPeed 44,25

Andrew's Morels-, -t'.,' 0 Y es cer
to' Sponsor ItazaaN-- !"-.,' "Have you steered the royal
!The -Women's 'Auxiliary o St Ya,cht.79 :.
Andrew's Episcopal Church at "Yes," said the Prince proudly.
Cocoli hao announced plans or Charles took dis, wheel of
bazaar to be held May 1 from 1 H.M.S. Eagle, one 'of, the mighti-
to 5 p.M. in the Parish Halt at, warships ,stioat, (hiring a four four:Yeatured
:Yeatured four:Yeatured tho event will be hour tour of the vessel with his
J mother Queen Elisabeth
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00 ata
-, ems' bi -and out of 'Weymouth
- '' Harbor,. Charles slipped away
i-REPTJBLIC,- Pe. (VPI)---Motor- from, his mother and began sour sour,
, sour, lir Aftgelo TeStone,1 'took rYing up and down numerous Ind Indent'
ent' Indent' ,tot garage Tnesdap ,just ders,, pausing occosionally to talk
bit too, late. with some of the 2,400-officero and
ITessont's brakes- failed as le
pulled up to the garage. His au6 !III it' hot in there?"', he asked
tomobile rammed into,-11 parked a pilot in At jet fighter,
truck owned by Eugene Connors, "Yes," said tho pilot.
otperator of the repoir shop, and Surveying ,the crew's midday
Imocked the truck' igainst the' ga- natta of 'steak, lamb chops and
Sere wall. pork pie, Charleo asked, "do you
cited him ,fer redden get choice' every day?"
driving. , - Yee" was tht reply.
'The Teason tenons went to the Charles scratched his chin when
girage? To have his brakes-fixed. a deeP oea diver told him he was
ibis to descend to a depth of 100
MOARSIGHTED TH11111 feet.
0".. - The' Prince eyed crewmen reOME,-(UPI)--A
thief smashed ceiving their daily rum ration,. He
g show window here early Mon- received a souvenir rum keg ifi
day to teat. a' redie liet and nor- which to keep the royal cuff
rowly escaped Capture bY Altai Later he examined a frogman's
watchman, The radio was. Card- knife., And fillAUY be popPild from
board replica., a gun turret to rejoin his mother.,-

Andrew's Church ---, i
to' Sponsor losaoN
IMO ,Iirometio 'Auxiliary o St.
Andrew's Episcopal Church at
Cocoli bac announced plans or
honor to be told May 1 from 1
te 5 p.m. in Ott Parish Halt
areatured tho vont will he- a

Alaskimi Would Dam Yukon
For Big' Hydroelectric Plant

ASHINGTO$ .11.711b--4.laskani
hive ideas that more-,then Matti
,- the site of their huge',new state.
' They want. to-bulid,'"a dam :on
the. storied4ukOn:-:6-Itiver,rthat
would .producc, more electrigitY
than anyAtherilydrotlectek plant
id, the world?: would-,create,,
,thty think would' Warm up
much tk their. etate- ".;
7As, outlined to the: Senate yester
Iffy 'by Sen. -Ernest Gruening (D6
AtlaItIV 6the -, dim would produce
than twice; the electricity
Coming: front. Grand. Coulee- Pam
,lathe -present AmeriCan recordboldet-tor
?ewer seneration-,4ma
nearly half again ea much as 'all
thAdams. in the' Tenpease
uthority. combined.,
Gruening saidi the
, would, bark a reservoir
1.500,000,000 ere feet, 'Cover 'Covering:
ing: 'Covering: an area large enough to bun bundate
date bundate 'the state Al New. Jerseyand
!hen soMe,' , :
.',111e senator told Airismati
Wes believed the hit new lake
tvould ',have .a, moderating effect
open the -'ixtreme 4 temperature
of Alaska.
.,-Gruening : asked Senate' to
ittprove, in '!'intiniive study' of
t idek hy'' the Army Corns of
itncineers et a -cest 'of 1;100,000 to

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WEYMOUTH, England (IWO--
Tenyear-old trines Charles, look.
ing trim a' gray flannel suit
with short pants, steered the 43,''
0604on sircraft carrier Eagle for
a lull ininuteyesterday and 'won
the praise .,of naval officer all
his side.A
The heir to, the British' throne
Iteld the carrier on a-,steady 155
degree course it a ,opeed 0,25
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Thiproject would cost an esti-
meted aso0,000,00 to 41,500,000,
titoto, depending upl,, whether con conlasts
lasts conlasts or earth- construction, la
used and the She of the power h.
1 cilitiii. It woukt take .12 f,years
Complete. ) 4
Gruening said the dim would
be "the tree world's greatest hrdro-electric
project and larger 1
than anything in Sovit Russisit
, That in itself would. make the
project staggering. Russia's Kul Kulbyshev
byshev Kulbyshev 'Dam, nearing completion
on the Volts River, is reported bY
the World AlManac to blo 3S4
Miles long end capable of bolding
up 25,000 squarm miles of water.
, recommended dam would
be tonitructed at the Rampart
Canyon site on the Yukon. Aruen Aruenint
int Aruenint said the area is the "greatest
undeveloped source of hydroelec hydroelectric
tric hydroelectric ,power in the tinited States.'
Be said preliminary studies In Indicated
dicated Indicated that the dam would gen gentrate
trate gentrate as touch as 4,70,000 kilo kilovatti,
vatti, kilovatti, of electric power.
The Senator Said that harnes harnessing
sing harnessing Of the Yukon, River between
Rampart Canyon's rock walls
would produce pawn for so low
so two miUs per- kilowatt hour.
Power at existing dams in the
United Stateils freluently triple
that rate.
'rho Famioart -site, Is' 90 miles
nOrthwest of rairhanks and '300
milei due Oorth of Anchorage, the
two' largest' cities' In' Alaska to
which power, wouldrbe transMittedl
from the' hugs dant411

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ATTENDING THE BANQUET Some of the me raters who Wended the banquet of the Reserve
'Officers' Association held at the Fort Gulick Offi cent! Club recently are, from left, Capt. James C.
SIdnner and Mrs. Skinner; Mrs. James M. Thorn ten; Mrs, Edgar A. LaVoie. and Captain LaVoie.
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'POPLARVILLE, Miss. (UPI),
Mississippi Gov. J. P. Coleman
hinted today of a break in the
lynch abduction of negro Mack
Charles Parker, believed slain by
a 'mob which dragged him from a
jail.
Coleman told newsmen he has
"excellent resson" to believe the
crime would be solved, but added
'I .eannot reveal my reasons."
State Highway Patrol Chief jun
Hoot's, however,. told reporters it
appeared the investigation by his
men had reached a 'standstill.'
-More than 40 special agents .of
the FBI were also working dre
and night on the ease, both in
southern Mississippi and in the
area, of Bogalusat La. 21 miles
from heie across the Ptearl River.
Parker was leld for Arial on
charges of, taping a young white

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HOLLYWOOD' (urt)-- swedish
actress AM.& Ekberg is consulting
attorney about divorcing her
husband, English actor Anthony
Steel. 1
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J. The blonde, bosonly actres Vas
noticeably anfioxed Monday when
Steel failed to meet het at the
airport on her return from a Year'
ling filmMaking jaunt in Evrope
Attorney Simon Taub said Miss
Ekberg consulted with, him.
"I suppose diverts is contemniated,"-
be said; "there is
nothing definite about that until
Miss Ekberg has talked things
over with htr husband and om
trYittli to lace' him now."

,Un Probation
GREENS10RO, RC; (UPI)
Mrs.: Louis Spiren Cuthbertson,
former CS. Internal Revenue
Service employe, was flied
2 years r probation yesterday' tot
lowing ,convicpon in Federal Court
of preparing a fraudulent ,income
takretyrn ,tor 1 parents.

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mother who lived until recently st
Bogalusc
In Washington,. Attorney Gener-
al William P. Rogers. said the fed federal
eral federal agetits- are giving full assist assistance
ance assistance to local authorities in 'ap
prehending and bringing the gut!.
ty parties to, the bar of justice
Ile said the "conscience of
Amerim has been revolted and
gunned" by the crime in Poplar.,
vine. He said it emphasizes "the
tragedy and shame"when a "few
men" do not live, by the free
world concept of the vital role of
the rule of law.
Parker was abducted from an
unguarded third floor jail cell in
the Pearl River county Cwt.
house by nine or 10 men early',
Saturday. He was 'pistol-whipped
and ; clubbedwhile the,. masked
and hooded lynchers,cowed other
prisoners with threats on their
lives.

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There has been speculation That
Parker's body could have bee
thrown in the Pea21 River, whose
muddy waters' were 3 'feet above
flood stage S'aturday, Officers
said it WOUld be very difficult to
find g, body in the river under
such conditions, :
"It looks like we are at a stand standstill,'
still,' standstill,' Hood. said. He had headed
a squad of highwaY patrolmen as assigned
signed assigned to the case by the gover governor.
nor. governor.
Coleman, In Jackson, said he
hed received a deluge of matt
from' outside the state, much of it
demanding that the members of
the mob be, apPrebended n d
Punished. He said-he had received
about 20 letters of the "threaten "threatening
ing "threatening type." However, he said the
mail was "not as much as I had
anticipated."
The FBI set up an additional tif tifSee
See tifSee in the Poplarville City Hall,
in addition to its headquarters
here and-brought in secretaries.

Ilew Drama Series
Begins Sunday
Over Won HOG

, "The Search" a new, weekly ra radio
dio radio series,, will have Its first broad broadcasts
casts broadcasts ove srtation HOG at 1 p.m.
on Sunday. The first drama in a
paly series, wit complete in -itselg
will be "Old Sour Puss" star starring
ring starring Herbert Marshall, Agnes
Moorehead. and Barbara Buick.
Robert Young Avill be the pro program's.
gram's. program's. liermanent host, appear appearing
ing appearing weekly, and will also enact
starring roles hi various plays
from time to time.
The. new series in designed to
combine entertaining stories with
underlying, purposeful themes co covering
vering covering realistic every-day pro problems
blems problems of people today in such
meaningful areas of their liveq as
marriage and di Varce,' faling
health and- sickness, employ employment,
ment, employment, and old age.
Other 'stellar performers who
will take part in future weeks in inelude
elude inelude Herbert Manila Joseph
Cotton, f Bugg, .,,Agnes
Mooreheal, j.Jyle Talbot, Barbara
Buick, and 4.,urene Tuttle.
Director of "Old Sinn' Puss" will
be ,,Thomas Freebainr-S m it h,
Writer pon Clark.

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WASHING'rON (117I)The first
,hearings on congressional septo
,tiam.,m 'Amy years turned out
'to be more an inm,dry Into
"the evils of the press.'
-Scripps-Howard Reporter Nene
,Trimhis set off the fire fire'
' fire' works-with a series of slorles on
congressional payroll abuseswss
cast in It role ,cd Satan.' But he
grinned-through it
The hearing itiell got off the
round yesterday like a lead bak
- At Bret it was unannotmeed.
Reporters found'out about k any anyway.
way. anyway. Then It wan to- Inr-held' behin'd
'closed ors. But newsmen dia diacovered
covered diacovered this also was subject to
change.At the last minute, they
were told they could tome 'in aft aft,er
,er aft,er The subcomniittee took a look
'at proposals that would force
1House members to snake public a
lot more Informafion about the
people they hire, especially If
they were rektives or business
associates.
However, it was clear' that sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee members didn't like
the proposed legislation and
didn't agree it was needed. 'pie?
made no bond about 'saying so.
The congressmen illd had some
coMments about the vest Which
took up good portion of the
hexing time.
Trimble, who wee included In
most of the pot-shots, sat in a
corner 'of the hearing room quiet quietly
ly quietly taking notes. Whenever his
name was mentioned, which was
often, he
Rep. Wayne Hays (D-Ohlo) said
he heard the reason Trimble ,be ,begen
gen ,begen writing. the stories was be-'
cause the reporter used to feel
"unimportant" when he came to
the House. "Not," Hays said,
"Trimble feels important,"
Hays said he wanted the rec record
ord record to show that the four con.
gressmen who testified in suppOrt
of the legislation came from
areas where there were Scripps ScrippsHoward
Howard ScrippsHoward newspapers.
They were Reps. John E. Hen Henderson,
derson, Henderson, Willism E. Minshall and
Gordon H. Scherer ell Ohi Re Republicans
publicans Republicans and John F. Baldwin
Jr. of California, also a Republi Republican.
can. Republican.
, Rep. George M. Rhodes (D-Ps.)

BAN HULA HOOP

PADANG, Sumatra (UPI)The
West Sumatra students organiza organization,
tion, organization, after studying the hula hoop,
have called for its banning in
Sumatra because it might dam damage
age damage the Indonesian national
identity.

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insisted that newspapers should
be required to make some public
Set Minting 01 their activities. Re
said they received "big postal
subsidies" from the government.
"The public should know about
the vils of the press and they
are substautial," he said:
Rhodes said be believed news newspaper
paper newspaper stories, such as the ones
on Capitol Ell nepotism, nue
keeping the public's mind off
some "great issues."
Rep. Frank E. Smith (D-11111.)
said newimon, including Trimble,
had been "wasting a lot of time"
digging into nepotism when "this
great -journalistic -talent" could
have been used to report on more
important things.

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To
New' Day'School.' '4
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The Ifethodist Church In Celan
will hold an inaugural mwvice Mij
7, for its new day school which
opens this week. .;
The servks will be held In' the II --
American Methodist burs is,
where the school has its home.
Service following the choir Arta
be the board of governors, the
rector and past speakers. Anent ,1,
the guest speakers arp.. j,
Gertich, past principal a t the Cris- k
tobal Elementary School, and thsk :
Rev. Dr. W. M. ,Alderton el the 4
Gamboa Union Church, whe,will : r
wench the serinon. Is .alae
hoped that t representative of the
Ministry of Education in Panama e
will speak. a
The service will began st 730
pm.. : E

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r. of California, also a Republi- feeling
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Rep. George M. Rhodes (D-Ps.)
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PADANG, Sumatra (UPI)The 'with exclusive
Vest Sumatra students organize-
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umatra because it might dam dam,
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Walt Ingram, the 'GS Negro ban bantamweight
tamweight bantamweight who fights Panama
US-pound champion Edwin Sykes
In a 122-pound ten-rounder at the
Colon Arena Sunday night, was
given a lot of space in the sports
section of the Weirton (W.Va.)
Daily Times after Ingram defeat defeated
ed defeated Pappy Gault to become US
bantamweight champion in June,
1958.
One etriter, Earle V. Wittpenn,
lommosted in his column:

The men's section of the Juvenia
Golf Tournament at Gamboa got
away to a good start in the first
three days of qualifying with over
40 men playing their qualifying
Minds. The course has continued
to be dry.
' The players are getting consid considerable
erable considerable distance on their drives and
bave found the greens in great
shape but the scores have not been
anything exception. Of course the
top players are waiting for the
week end to qualify and it is ex expected
pected expected that it will take a 76 or
Wter to qualify for the champion championship
ship championship flight.
rlayers with high handicaps are
reminded that there is a flight es es'pecially
'pecially es'pecially for them with players with
20 through 24 handicaps being eli eligible
gible eligible for the fourth flight.
The experts have been guessing

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1 ''A GREAT ApVENTURE! I ing f,..
AY LIVAI 1
4 JOHNNY WEISSMULLER have a simIll
' Maureen O'SULLIVAN in I John Hoseital
1TARZAN FINDS A SOW" under the, I
1 1 Ku lig being ,t
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probably are:
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' '" POPULAR NIGHT1 l'Alexander at
' 1110 per CAR!, Spur lock at g
1 '' ,i'! I ander at the (
,,, Morten FORREST in Cristobal 1
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1 ck7THE LIVING I DOL"si 13semati at I
1 ,', 4. In', TECHNICOLOR! Humphnes at
1 mu mu i on am at center.
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, THE MARAUDER
1 with -Doan' Duryear
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TUE GREAT JESTER
with Danny' Kaye

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Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT

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GREEN FIRE
Stewart Granger
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APACHE WAR
' SMOKE'
with Gilbert Roland

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Gets

Juveliia Tourney Qualifying
To Continue Until Sunday

as to who will win the tournament.
In the group expected to mike the
championship flight are Marvin
Chadwick of Gamboa, Isthmian
Amateur cirimpion, Herb Mitten,
recently crowned PAA champion,
George and Jim Riley, the latter
runner up in the PAA, Bill Hink14,
Maurie Muller, Don Hause and An Anibal
ibal Anibal Galindo from Brazos Brook,
defending champion Tony Jankus,
Jim DesLondes, Tomply Jacks and
Frank Day.
From this group Mitten, Jankus,
Rause, the Riley Brothers and
Chadwick are considered to be the
top contenders but there is always
a chance that some unknown play player
er player will get hot and carry off title.
The qualifying round will con continue
tinue continue through Sunday. Matches will
start next week.

lpgram's Boxing Star Rose
'After He Beat Poppy Gault

Junior College
Seeks Fourth
In Row Friday

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' "Wait ingramts star in the The high riding Devils of Jun Junworld
world Junworld of boxing rose te a new, lor College take the floor tomor tomorirnere
irnere tomorirnere exciting obit In Weinen row night in an effort to run up
Saturday when-he Oceried a liOn their fourth- contegutive.rvictory in
gincing and unanimixts dettelen all many garnet.-- ,r,b
over. Henry (Peppy) Gault in a 'The Green and White barely es
iZround feature at the Munkipal caped disaster it the hands of the
Stadium. Balboa High School Bulldogs. This
' near upset, it is hoped, will prove
,'I'Perhaps the, only disappointing beneficial to the Devils in that
-thing about Ingram's victory was they now realize that any team in
ithe absence of more fans who the. league is capable of taking
ight have witnessed his 'success them if they let down in the slight
over the game scrapper from South est degree.
arolina.
The Tigers of Cristobal will we
,l'''Ineram is not a 'full time' box- out to prove that they are Just
ti
',If in thP RPTISe that he devotes all as potent -on t. foreign-court as

his time to the ring business. He they are in -604. nitive habitat-.
a A steelworker who devotes him- By game time one of the two high
elf to boxing only during his free school teams will have lost three
oments. games. The two high school teams
4C)bviously his worth in the meet Thursday night with the
quare-cornered ring would im- loaer being eliminated fram any
ve even more rapidly if he was chance for a, championship of
ree to concentrate only on the task their Ownthe loser will still have
belting ring opponents." a mathematical chance for a tie
: Mince the Gault fight Ingram for the crown.
has concentrated solely on boat boating
ing boating for a living. He recently re- Tomorrow's Junior Varsity
turned from a successful tour of game will get underway at six o'.
the Philippines). clock with the big game following
.1"Nevertheless," continued the immediately after. The early
olumnist, "it is interesting to note starting times have been set so
hat be Is capable of dethroning that the students of Cristobal High
uch a talented opponent as Gault. will have time to participate in
'the lad from South Carolina never an "After the Game".. Juke 'Box
Dance that be Hold by ELk's
IKuffered to the extent that he was
loored. Lodge 1414 as a part of their Na National
tional National Youth Day celebration.
' "He stM points with pride to his
eputation of never hitting canvas
a professional bout. Ingram al
ost put him there in the 12th
und of their fight Saturday, but
atilt managed to withstand the
Refreshments will be served
. and a trophy will be awarded to
the best player of the game. An
interesting sidelight of the game
and the celebration is that Paul
Moser coach of the Cristobal
lurry by the challenger RO that he
ould be standing at the final bell.
The 22-year-old visitor, whose
gular training camp is set up at
te ,, Tigers is a member of Elk Lodge
1532 while J.C. coach Stew Brown
and Balboa coach Padl Karst are
members qf the Balboa Lodge.
'he Colon Arena. will work out for
most outstanding player
will be selected by votes cast by
'he benefit of Panama City fans 'The
his afternoon at 4 o'clock at the
,slational Gym. members of the Elks who atte d dtha
tha dtha anyvta Pt- -,,. n

Tomorrow's Junior Varsity
game will get underway at six co'.
clock with the big game following
immediately after. The early
starting times have been set so
that the students of Cristobal High
have time to participate, in
an "After the Game"..Juke Box
Dance that be Held by Elk's
Lodge 1414 as a part of their Na National
tional National Youth Day celebration.
Refreshments will be served
a trophy will be awarded to
Ithe best player of the game. An
interesting sidelight of the game
and the celebration is that Paul
Moser coach of the Cristobal
Tigers is a member of Elk Lodge
1532 while J.C. coach Stew Brown
and Balboa coach Pant Karst are
members qf the Balboa Lodge.
,'The most outstanding player
will be selected by votes cast by
members of the Elks who attend attendthe
the attendthe game. The student bodies of
the two local high schools and of
the Junior College have been in invited
vited invited to attend the roost game
festivities..
The J. C. attack will again cent center
er center around' the, Alexander brothers
with Gary popping in shots trom
under the basket and Donnie leeft leefting
ing leefting fly from way out,,The Tigers
have a similar combination with
John Boseinalli being the big boy
Mier the basket and Reith
Kulig being. the long shot artist.
The lineups, for the lame will
probably are:
Junior CollegeGibson and G.
Alexander at forwards, Mead and
Spurlock at guards and O. Alex Alexander
ander Alexander at the center post.
Cristobal HighMcGloin and
Roseman at forwards, Kulig and
Humphries at guards and Crooks

'VICTORIA
The Postman Always
Rings Twice
with John ,Garfield
- Also:
ACTION OF THE
, TIGER

elk

,!ldliidh ..(1u4;1hottiplOijibiij

Oodoi...tiy

1
Defending champion Me lvip V.
Smith will have to defend his title
against Rodman's best golfers
commencing next week. Smith who
won the 1950 championship and al also
so also copped medalist honors quali qualified
fied qualified wih ta 8n2, two strokes over
toe 80 scored by Jimmy Anmcha Anmcharico
rico Anmcharico and club manager. Ellis.
These two will play eighteen
holes medal play to determine the
1859 medalist.
In audition to Asmieharico and
Ellis. Smith laces an array of golf
stars determined' to enallenge aim
hold on tne championsmp wilich
mellitus Georie Beil, H. h. Terry,
Mel Eeonaro, Coarlle dsrbages, me me(Imre,
(Imre, me(Imre, Chasseney and Fred slider
anyone of Imolai is capable of
copping top manors.
1ms year's club championship
wilt COMM of tnree faints tor toe
men and one for the lacties. The
men will compete m match play
18 hole roma commencing im-1
mediately with the first rotmd fi final
nal final scores to be in before 1,800
Sunday, May 10 second round
completed before 6 p.m. May NM
thiro round before b p.m. May 24
and the finals scneauied for slay
31.
The ladies will play 36 holes
medal play with full handicaps
allowed and it has been agreed
by the tournament committee that
they may play four rounds of
nue holes provided they inform
the club manager belore tam'
round Ma they are playing their
tournament rotmd anu tnat anoth another
er another contestant plays in the same
round.
Listed below are the pairings
for the three men's flights:
C ha mpionship light
Annicharieo vs Bye
McGuire vs Bye
Smith vs Bye
Bridges vs ed
Ellis vs Bye
Chassney vs Bye
Bell vs Bye
Terry vs Leonqrd
First, Ight
Brooks vs !Bye
Wallace vs Bye
Hargett vs Bye
Miller, J. v. Himes
Watson vs Bye
Wade vs Barnet
Kaplan vs BO
Hiegel vs Myers
Second Flight
Berker vs Bye
Boyd vs Lamb
Wood vs Still
Zolic vs Conway
Shley vs Williamson
Krise vs Baldwin
Sipe vs Eaves
Rex vs Barnes. H.
Ladies Flight
Liz Weber Medalist
Ruth Wallace
Skee Miller
Betty McGuire
Mil Myers
Bert Wade
Elaine Barnes

Local rules of the Rodman Golf
Club will prevail for this tounna
ment and any disputes should be
referred to the caddy master for
decision. Rules in effect are post posted
ed posted on the bulletin board of the
Clubhouse awl rooies are avail available
able available from the club manager

Vern Bickford Hurt
In Auto Accident

RICHMOND, Va. (ETDForm (ETDFormer
er (ETDFormer Boston Braves star pitcher
Vern Bickford suffered head and
face lacerations yesterday in an
auto wreck.
Bickford, 37, a bellweather
righthander for the Braves when
they won the 1948 National League
pennant, was reported in satis satisfactory
factory satisfactory condition in a Richmond
hospital.
Four other men in the same
vehicle, including B i ckf or d's
brother, were also injured, none
seriously. The five were members
of a construction crew.
Bickford hurled a ho-hit game
for the Braves against Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn Aug. 11, 1950. He elosed his
playing career with the Richmond
Virginians of the International
League who gave him his uncon unconditional
ditional unconditional release in June 1955.
Bickford was riding in the back
seat of the car, which ran be beneath
neath beneath a pickup truck on route 60
about one mile 'west of here.
State trooper C. L. Wilson said
the car tried to pass the truck
just as it was making a left turn.
The truck driver, John Wallace
Jordan of RiChmond, was not
hurt.

TANK E R LOAN
SAN FRANCISCO (VPIIIside (VPIIIsidewater
water (VPIIIsidewater Oil Co. Announced It has
made a 20 year loan in the
76a mount of $92'million from a ma major
jor major insurance company to finance
seven new aupertankers ranging
in deadweight from 68,000 to
72,000 tons each.

DAYgirDobAutqucsNT0D

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LIZZIE
with' Eleanor Parker
' Also:
DEITIL'S DOOR.
.1 WAY
with ,Richard Boone

.,01,.. ,r. 1,,,mo oo
.
' i'::' WDING .1,1-
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(Basalt oft 25 Metal at bate)
Natio-nal League
,
- 0 H Pet.
Aaron, Mil. 13 57 14 30 '.526
Burgess, Pitts. 13 37 5 17 .459
Britton, Mit 11 ,44 10 17 .386
Pinson, Cinci. 14 57 9 21 .368
Neal, LA. 16 63 13 23 .365
Temple, Cinci. 14 61 12 n .361
Jones, Phila. 13' 42 7 15 .357
Moon, L.A. 14 51 12 18 .353

American' League
Powell3Cleve. 14 58 16 25 .43:1
!Celine Detroit 14 59 4 25 .424
Fox, C icago 15 87 7 28 418
Kuenn, Detroit 14 60 9 24 .400
Bridges, Detroit 14 53 20 .377
Tasby, Bald. 15 57 12 21 .368
Runnels, Boa. 13 47 9 17. .362
Howard, N.Y. 10 36 4 13 .361
Strickland, Cle. 14 50 10 18 .360
Cerv, K. City 14 50 7 17 .340

Runs Batted In

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Demeter, Dodgers 21
Banks,. Cubs 17
Robinson, Reds 17
Mathews, Braves 16
Pinson, Reds ',, 16
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Triandos, Orioles 16
Skowron, Yankees 15
Cerv, Athletics 14
Strickland, Indians 12
Mi lioso, Indians 12
Lemon, Senators 12

HOME Runs
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Mathews, Bravez 7
Demeter, Dodgers
Cepeda, Giants 5
Aaron, Braves 5
Alou, Giants 4
Bell, Reds 4
Robinson, Reds 4
Banks, Cubs 4
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Held, Indians ......... 3
Lemon, Senators 5
Skowron, Yankees 5
Triandos, Orioles 4
Maris, Athlefies

LEADING
PffCHERS
.

(Based on or more decisions)
NATIONAL LIAGUB
W L ,PcL
Burdette, Braves 4 0 1.000
Face, "hates 2 0 1.000
Anderson, Cubs 2 0 1.000
Klippstein, Dodgers 2 0 1.000
Antonelli, Giants 3 1 .750
Sanford, Giants I 1 .750

AMERICAN LEAGUE

MeLish, Indians 2
Wilhelm, Orioles 2
Johnson, Orioles 2
Pappas, Orioles 2
De lock, Red Sox 2
Larsen, Yankees 2

0 1.000
0 1.00Q
0 1.000
0 1.000
0 1.000
0 1.000

By RAY AYRES
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (UPI)--,Any
change that Calumet Farm might
score a precedent-shattering third
straight KeMucky Derby triumph
disappeared today when trainer
Jimmie Jones annocnced with withdrawal
drawal withdrawal of On-and-On from the
85th running of the classic Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Jones's statement that "I don't
think tlie colt is qiiite ready for
this kind of a race and we're tak taking
ing taking him out of it," left Mrs. Gehe
IMarkey's fabulously successful
racing stable without a candidate
for its eighth Kentucky Derby
Gold Cup CupCalumet
Calumet CupCalumet won last year with
Tim Tam, in 1957 with Iron Liege,
and in previous years with Hill
Gail, Ponder,' Citation, Pensive
and Whirlaway.
The announcement also leftl
jockey Steve Brooks without a
definite riding engagement for the
Derby. Moody Jolley, who traint
Dunce for Claiborne Farm, has
second call on Brooks, but would wouldn't
n't wouldn't say ,whether or not he would
use him. He was believed to ,be
trying to get Manuel Wan for
the derby ride.
Also declared out of the derby
by trainer Pat Hillock was Quan Quantrell,
trell, Quantrell, which ran third to First
Landing in the second section of
Tuesday's Derby, trial. But hand handlers
lers handlers of two previously doubtful
starters indicated this morning
they still planned to run.
Trainer E. W. Kuykendal said
Festival King, owned by Mr. and
Mrs. C. B. Fischbach of Akton,
Ohio, probably will go Festival
King ran third in the Louisiana
Derby.
' Die. Hard, an imported colt
from the Jacnot stable, also was
listed' this morning 'as a probable
starter-. He will 'be breezed to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow morning and if he does
well will come back in the 'big
race Saturday.
What once looked like a recerd
field of more than 22 starters for
the Derby divindled to from 16 to
18 after Open ,View and Firs'
Landing scored hi the two divl
Mons of the Derby trial-
(Pickup Ind pght Opon

,
Sy )4ARRY GRAYSON
LOUISVILLE! (NEA) The
thing certain abotg the 85th run-,
fling of the Kentucky Derby,t,SISY
2, are the twin spires 'abort the
old firetrap that ie C her chill
DOWIL ,,,
Any one -of teveral colts eau
win it,' but I'm 'sticking to Christ Christopher
opher Christopher T, ,Chenery's First Landing
Ion the theory that the racy looking
two-year-old champion will im improve
prove improve ofi his satisfactory perform
ance in the Wood Memorial. There
the son of Turn-tcHildene was
beaten tmly by Manassa Mauler,
ineligible for the Run for the
Roses; in 1;49 3-5, the second fast fastest
est fastest time since the event hes been
TIM at a mileand-an-eighth..
Behind First Landing, I'm plac placing
ing placing ,Brookmeade table's' Sword
Dancer and Fred Turner, Jr.'s
plucky Tomy-Lee.
Others who might take the first
mile-and-a-nuarter test for threeyear-olds
are the, Spring Hill
Farm's Easy Spur, winner of the
Florida Derby; Patrice Jacebs'
Our Dad, the best at the finish
but hopeleesly pocketed in the
Wood; Calumet Farm's 'On-andOn,
which wotddn't be, in there
if Ben 'and Jimmy Ionia didn't
believe ,he had a chance; and
Dunce, on which Bunk Hancock of
Claiborne Farm is bullish.

From 13 to IS are expected to
go Silver Spoon, the gimpsy $8,000
filly of last fall which won 'three
stakes-at Santa Anita. Cornelius
Vanderbilt Whitney's ,glamor gal
trounted the colts by two-and-ahalf
lengths- in the mile-and-an-,
eighth Santa Anita, Derby, show:1
ing her flying heels to the Kentuc Kentucky
ky Kentucky Derby candidates, Royal Orbit1
and Finnegan, among others.'
Trainer Bob Wheeler's decision
to send Silver Spoon in the Derby
had the journalists waxinulyric waxinulyrically
ally waxinulyrically about the possibility of a filly
smacking the boys in the big heat
for the first time in 44 years.
Off her southern CillifOrnia rec record
ord record and style, which is remindful
of her tremendous sire, Citation,
Silver Spoon would hare to be
rated among the superior colts in
the Derby, but I'm sticking to
First Landing and Eddie Arcaro.
-
The chances aro against Arcaro
repeating the mistake of burning
luP First Landing with a blistering
seven-eighths if a mile like the
one .required to dispose of Atoll
aid Intentionally in the Wood.
Sword Dancer, a son of Sunglow-Highland
Fling, came late
last season, has been brought along
easily this year. He iwas short
when beaten three parts of a
length in the mile-and-an-eighth
Florida Derby won by Easy Spur
in an excellent 1:47 1-5.
Tomy Lee of the four white
feet ran First Landing right out
of hispshoes twice last fall, mo're
recently set a Keeneland track re record
cord record of 1:21 3-5 for seven furlongs
and gave Dunce give pounds and
beat him a half length in the Blue
Grass Stakes.
Horse, collie In all shapes and
sizes, but Tonly Lee is no wider
than two ax handles on the rear
end and Tudor Minstrels are not
noted for going a route.
So, it's same old Kentucky Der Derby,
by, Derby, utter confusion mint juleps and
all.
But what's the use of having a
limb if you can't climb out on it?

the winner, although he., gave way r though be gave tipleven.hits in
,

Manuel Ycaza May Ride Dunce
in 'Derby; Calumet Hope Out

Picnic Saturdiy
For Pacific
Minor, Leaguirs

,
The Pacific Minor &ague in invites
vites invites all players, officials, and
sponsors to its annual picnic on
Saturday, May 2 at the Bohici A Area
rea Area in Albrook Air Force Base
Oust inside the back gate of Al Albrook).
brook). Albrook). boys are to meet in Uniform
front of the Balboa Elementary
School at 8:30 a.m. Transporta Transportation
tion Transportation will be provided.
Entertainment will be given by
personnel from' Fort Kobbe. Hot
dogs, hamburgers, ice cream, and
soft drinks will be served.
, Trophies will be presented et 1
p.m. to the 1959 Champions, Pa Panama
nama Panama Insurance Company.
The lmys will be, take,n l the
Diablo Theater for the 2:00 p.m.
matinee, Parents are requested to
call for them at the conclusion of
the movie.
'The Pacific Minor beague
wishes So thank its sponsors for
the following:
Panama Insuranta Company
Traphias
TastosProotIto mom sand
.wichos

Slim Star Milkco cream
PAM Am Jots, Grace Lino and,
'Pittanquo TravelFor dimming
procotocishoro of picnic
costs.'

This will conclude the 1959 base baseNall
Nall baseNall 'season for the Pacifie Minor
'rnaette,' The 1,eague wishes to
'hank its soonsors, managerc,i
-oaches, and parents for their sup.
ort which confrihWed toward a
very suecesslid 1959 season.

Braves Re,gain

Lopez Bats

By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, April 39--(UPI)--
Fred Haney offers two guys a seat
and they promptly thank him with
, some stand-up slugging that puts
Milwaukee back in first place.
Johnny Logan and Wee Covington
were the men Haney wanted to sit
down, '1.
Logan end' Covington showed
their "appreciation" by belting
two-run homers last night in a 9-3
victory over the Cardinals that
moved the Braves back atop the
National League after a three-day
lapse.
Haney announced he was going
to bench both players when the
Braves came back hinne from a
losing road trip Sunday night.
When two games were rained out
this week, however, he changed his
mind and let them stay in the
line-upt
Strategy, hunch or whatever.
you-calf-it, Haney saw the move
pay off as Legion's two-run hom homer
er homer highlighted a three-run rally
In tho second Inning and Caving Cavington
ton Cavington elms through with his two tworun
run tworun smash in the third.
For' good measure, Hank Aaron
also contributed his fifth home
run of the season along with three
singles that boosted his league leagueleading
leading leagueleading average to,..526, and Bill
Bruton-also homered. Backed by a
15-hit attack, Lew Burdettt breez breez,ed
,ed breez,ed to his fourth straight victory
although he was clipped for 11
hits, including homers. by Gino Ci Cimoli
moli Cimoli and Bill White.
The victory moved Milwaukee
into fisrt place by percentage
points over the Dodgers, who were
beaten by the Phillies, 5-4. The Pi Pi'rates
'rates Pi'rates nipped the Giants, 3-2, and
the Reds, crushed the Cubs, 18-8.
In the American League, the
Yankees opened their western in invasion
vasion invasion with a 5-2 victory, over the
White Sox; the Tigers ended a six sixgame
game sixgame losing streak with a 7-1 win
over the Orioles In a game called
at the end of five innings because
of rain, end the Athletics outlasted
the Senators, 74. ,,
' The Phillies tame up with two
runs in the ninth to beat Dodger
southpaw Johnny Podres. Pinch Pinchhitter
hitter Pinchhitter Dave Philley's bloop single
with two out in the ninth drove, in
Bob Bowman with the winning
run.
Wally Post slammed a Nit of
homers for Philadelphie and drove
in three runs while Duke Snider
drove in three for the Dodgers
with a single' 'and a' double off
starter Robin Roberts. Jack Meyer
hurled the last two Innings for the
Phils and picked tip his second vie vieBill
Bill vieBill Mazeroskt's home run, can canoed
oed canoed a three-run rally in tht seventh
inning that aye the ,Pirate their
victory' over the Giants.. Lefty
Johnny Antorielli; who, started the
game with a 20-8 lifetime-; record
overPittsburgh, had a 2-0 lead un until
til until the seventh 'when the', Pirates
tied the score on, Bob- Clemente's
triple, a double by Sinokey Bur.
gess and Dick Stuart's single,'
, Don ,Hoalt bounced ,Into a. dew
kW play and Maserosid then do..
livered his homer., Ronnie Kline'
allowed seven hitt and struck,out
nine for his first victory.,
The Reds 'shelled' Cult 'telt.;
crs for 18 hit20 including ome
runs by Frink Robinson; 'Ous',Bell
and Roy McMillan., Cincinnati turn-,
ed the game into a 'rout with,'an
eight-run ,rally in the second
ning during which 13 battert went
to tho plate, Brooks Lawrence was

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Leatfuq Amerlean,Le' ague
Teams W t Pct. GB Taams ..ffi 4 ,W L Pct. Gig.,,,,,...-
Milwaukaa 4 .6671 h,. Cleveland ',, 10
Los Angeles 10 6 425 Baltimore', ; g 6 Ago
Cincinnati 6 .5n chkago g .600.11,1;4"
Sim Francisco ;.563 1 Kansas cityr,, g y 333 vitt,
Chkogs 7 11 -447 1'4 New Yarit 7 7 .500 t 3 ""'"".1:
Philadelphia 6' 7' -.462 IY2 Boston 6 7 .462 -3,At,' -"1
Pittsburgh .42g 3 washington 7 il A38 4
St. Louis 4 12 .250
Detroit 2 12 .143
, 010 N.
Today's Games Today's Games,
San Francisco at Pittsburgh''(N)
Los Angeles at Philadelphia (N),. 'Baltimore at 'Kansas ,City. (N)
Nei York at Chicago (N) 1
Chicago at Cincinnati (N)
' Washington atDetroit (
St. LOuis at Milwaukee '(N) ()Only games scheduled.
Yesterday's IteSults
Yesterday's Results.
Los Angeles 100 020 100-4 10 0 Kansas city ;
(Night Game) Washington 002 001 002-0 11
210 100 201-7,18 V"'
philadelphia 200 001 002-5 U 4 ..1
Ramos, &Ohba, .11yde: Valentinet,
bort). ti (0-2) and Fitzgerald.
Podres (2-2), Fowler and,Bose and,BoseRoberts,
Roberts, and,BoseRoberts, Meyer (2-1) And Hegan,
' Terry,', Daley, Gorman (1-0) anetma-':;47
(Night Game) House.
San Francisco 020 000 000-2 0 ,
Pittsburgh 000 000 30x-5, O'
, , (tnliod en account of rain)
Antonelli (3-1), 'G. Jones, Wortn-: Baltimore 001 00-1. I
ington and Schmidt. Detroit 302 20-7 10
Kline (1-1) and Burgess, Foiles. ",
' Portocarrer0J0.2), stock, 4raft:-
- (Night Game) pas andThandos.
Chicago 000 022 400 8 10 1 Lary (1-2) and Berberet.. '3
Cincinnati 280 020 15x-111 18 2 I
Drabowski (1-2), Smith, Schaf- , 1,
lerneth, Phillips, Drott, Buzhardt New York 200 110 100-4 8 110,
and Taylor. ,,,,
' Chicago 001 010 000-2 I:
be and Bat- . A
Lawrence (2-1) Ma i 3
ley. 'Turley (2-2) and terra:

(Night Gomel
St. Louis 010 011-f000-3,11 i0
Milwaukee 032 002 02x--9 15 0
Jackson (0-3). Blaylock,. Clark,
B. Smith and H., Smith.
Burdette (4-0) and Cranda114

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Terry,,, Daleyb, Gorman (1-0) anete:-,147;,
, (tallod on account of rein)
Baltimore 001 00-4; I
Detroit 302 20-2 10
e t
PortocarreroJ0.2), Stock, 41'14.
nag andThandos.
Lary (1-2) and Berberet; rif
) '
Nen York r', 200 110 100-4 8
Chicago 001 010 000-41 t 1:
.
'Tuiley (22) and Serra' le
Moore, (0-2h Low, Staley, and v vLollar.
Lollar. vLollar. '","

- (NIght-Gams)
' Boston at Cleije land
1 (Postponed, rain)

19St
FImilie 4
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to- Bob Mabe in. the se' VeInthr fter innings.HAI Maine SI',0 Immo
being tagged for homers by John. ered,,in helping :the' Tigers to their
ny Goryl and George Alimart.:,Moe second victory in:14 games so far.
Drabowsky, was the loser.. : !. The Senators ratnfoul of' too
Three Yankee bottle 'runs proied Much HoitorLoPos In their loss,;,
the undoing ,,, tho 4 flu-stricken ,- to' .tho Athletics. ,,,Aftor Washing WashingWhite
White WashingWhite Sox,,, Mickey, Mantle got 'the : ton-tiod' the score nt, 64 with- st!
Yanks .off winging. with a hvo-run 1hroo-ruiv rally in tho top of tho
homer in the first inning oft:loser Lopes drove in 'his fourth
Ray- Moore -and Hank Batter also ,tutt- of tho nom a single.
tagged Moore for, a round-tripper ,,thatscorott Bill TOM and prim,
in the fifth. Bill Skowron connect, ed ,tho
ed off reliever Turk 'Lown the
teventb., lopet;: Who' lad,,three' of Kansts
, Bob nine hits: in. City's smashed, a two-run
posting, his ',second Victor,. and homerAin,,the seventh,' and singled
snapping a four-gathe Yankee -lot- home. Dick Willialhs With the Atho
ing 'streak., The flit kept' si; Chita- letice,first '-run in OW, opening
go players out of itniforro,:inelutt- frame. Joe'..Dernitestri also homer homering
ing homering all theclub's left-handeil,pinch. ed tho-A'c, while: Jim- Lemon
hitters,,a1. ai skipper hit homer ter the Sena.'
Pet: tors..,Tomorman 'was' the whto
Bookie Larry' Oshorne and:Frank fling' Pitcher, an,4Vito ,Velentinetti
Lar steered the Tigers:0 'their teh
rain-abbreviated triumph, over the'
Orioles, ,who Suffered' ,their 'first
loss in five' gameti.:,.,6',')
- Osborne, who took over first base TODAYT, ENCANTO 25.15
tor the t,s slumping 'Harris, .,
cracked, out three hits Ss many
times, ,' two-run Marlon Stand() in
hornet 'off loser Erni Pnetncarre.. ..'Teahouse Of Aug. Moine!
ro it the first hmingi while Lary '''.',:1O-:,',"7:Zames ,Stewart ,in
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ered :in helping the Tigers to their ;
second victory in 14 games so far.; ),,
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hit Ills fifth homer f for the sena.,,, 11
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from the Jacnot stable, also was Sloe Per Milkce criam blis play and Matoroski thin dos -Rookie Larry' shortie and Frank
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listed this morning as A probeble Pan Am Jots, Grace tin. and livered hie homor,,,,Ronnio Kline Lary steered the Tiger, tO their ,. s, -, ,-..,,,, ,;, ., , .i ,,
starter.' He will be breezed to- Pidenque Travel-For assuming allowed SWAM hit and struck out toin-abbreviated triumph over the' -, ,,, t; i , ,,,? , ''
' 250.',.-.-0.-----. 15c 25c. ------,--,-- 15c. 15c. 25c. --------r- 15o. morrow morning and if he does their proratedshare of picnic nine for his first victory. '. , Orioles, who ,suffered',,!theltjirst '4."."."."-"-"Irt
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, nAtilti $125.00 GREEN FIRE The Postman Always LIZZIE I well will come hack in the 'his costs.' The Reds shelled' six Cub pitch- loss in five gamea '", VrY,,,i ,t ,, ,t, I. '114 1 1
, THE MARAUDER Stewart Granger Rings Twice with' Eleanor Parker i race Saturday. crs for 18 hit20 including home Osborne, who took over first base TODAY ''' ENCA,NTO -25.15 ,:
1 with -pan' Duryear with John ,Gerfield 1 ,, ,".,,1111LAHO 012... illtae ',.,, : :
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'!PANAMANIAN ,LABOR DAY CLASSIC" '
RACE, 3Yearu'Old Importect 6 Fgs
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Poo' I aoses: 5:15 '..' ' ONETWO
PURSE:12000
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in training it the-President Remort racetrack will
match strides 'tomorrow aftentoon in the seventh
rumting.of the $2,000 added six furlongLbor Day

'PERMANENT FIREMEN'S CORPS HANDICAP'
10th RACE 5th Series Imported 7 Fgs.
Pool Closes: 5:40 ,,
PURSE $500.00

1ALBIGENOE .. .. ...G. Stinehez'(3) 110
2MANIABT B. Baez (5) 112
3-:-HIGHLAND ,RINCE Quirs (7) 110 x
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4(POSIBLEMENTE Hidalgo (1) 110 x
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5:(HIS' MAJESTY ,U1 loa (4) 122
6-43ONG1110S) ;4; a: Alvarez (2) 106
17--ZAPATON) Ramot (6). 97 x
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For the tonvenience
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now operating at the
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tok '-' Hoes ', "I Jeskes .' St.! ,. Cimment -- -.----- Odds
1st Race 7th Serks Imp. Clips. Purse $450.00 ; Peel Stouts: 1:00
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; 1.Teloree .' 111.- Justinlanl 102x Not good -en08211 '--,--, 4 ..k 14-1
: 2repm '. ,.; R. Prestan 10;x Would surprise - 10-1
3Destell kf, -- J. Phillips 113Rates good cnance ,:t ;,,, ', 5-1
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4Bamo No Boy 105 Usually close tip tp.'...)., 4-1
, 5Thunderstreak1W Barret 103zBan well in last , 4-1
i11Lattn -. Hernandez 110 ,;Could score againi,-. -', ; '.15-1
toacurfulta F. -Alvarez 108- Depends, no, atart ', 4-1
1 0Victorta R r 'I. Cadogan 108- Good recent xacei I; '''') -! 3-1
11Skoll "----1; t A. Perez 116--Returns from layoft 5-2
te.,---18i Coutiva - H. Hidalgo 103s Rates good chance '5-1
11Jull Verne D. Madrid 108z Bin -well list smelt t---,' .1 5-1

Int Rate Atil Series Imp; 7 Floe.
2nd RACE OF
1Ben My C. R. Prestan,097x
2ticenciado H. Hidalgo 10Ia
3Crews HA Hernandez 108
4Topacto H.- Ruiz 108,
3Madame Cunt Mitt 07i
8Greco M. Valensuela 110'
7Ame 111, A. Gonzales 103'
3Reso lona : B. 'Aguirre 110'
SHekco No Boy 115'
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': Ric. actos Natlyes1::je. Psir $400.00 Pool. Closes 2:00

1Tranc 'mull Mkt 115'
2Blanquita A. Credidlo 113
3Black Bee R. Prestaz 99Z
4.Tulle V. ,Tejada 97z
l 1Daniel M. Valenauela .112
1Noticion J. 109
?toon Grail S. Carvajal 119

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1SIngaluz B. Aguirre 110
2.,,Tuana de Area 1. Baez 114
Sta Pleirroja le: Alvarez 112
&Itelna Negra M. Wien:, 10e
5Rosenda A. Altar 10$
STolola S Hernandez! 104
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1--Clida Gonzales, 102 --Beturns from,layoft 13-1
2Frijoi Ito Credidio 105 Mill fight it out '' 5-2
2Nirvana B. Baeza 114, Reportedly reedy 3-2
4Paneho Lopez 11.11i4algo 103x ,Wouki poly nice odt 4.1
5Titita ,T. Rodriguez.410 Mututis favorite '-' 44

Eth Plays Sth Seri's Ims Fos. o;yrse $56.110 Pool Otos,' 3:3d
- lst RACE OP THE DOUBLE ,

1Introductien -I. i &int 102x ---othlig recently -. 504
) 2-311as P J. Talavera-110 Good recent racei ,,, 4-1
i 3--Pangal S. Hroandes 105 ...Bettina from layoff 10-1
,,i 4Paguiro B. Baeza 114 Mutuels 'favorite 3-2
II, 3-After Heels A. Credidio 100 Better, this week 5-1
0El, Aghella 1.-limenes 110 Illdettandicaos ' -3-t
;TManricio .:'- It llidalgo 103;i sLIn Jight 'to 'finish' '''--:',' ' -... '24
I 3Distill ,. Bc,.Prestan 105x 'ltan well .in last Tr:-', ;,- ', 134
1)4 9 agon 1 11:,-CarvaSal 113 Conk!. get trv here, '-; ''' 3-1
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1,--Tarasca
2Alucinado
SGranadero
4velpucio
5Germento
0Neeful
7Gouvernant
11Miebtripa
flAthidar,
10Diocese
11Cervecero

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2Mohiano
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4'ruti
5Maree lite
6Me 114a

1Don '1;11,ho'
2Pan 'rostado
2Manua la P
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5;,-Aldte
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2Nebritta
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Purse34SO 00 posit Closes 1.30
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TH11.1301,i8.141i,,4n --; :
igaittaf't est s!.. ,n, 30.1
-ijautilydisappoilita 4-1
--mutuels favorite. ;-3-1
.-Doesn't 'teem likely 15-1
--Could get UP here 5.1
04aJoyinir i)est torM 3-1
;-iDependa.non nStart,12.' t 104
Improving : '104
,;-Exelticied from bittin xxx

Seems best here , EVEN
''--Could go AU the., way.; 3-1
-1,Nothhig recently, 104
Couitt ,upsetter 5-1
--Beck 'in too forni 2-1
--Always ,clangerout 3-2
-tPlijoylnil,top,form. 5-2
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imrss pocoo Pool; Closet 2:30
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4roukt make it here
-Lsockey-will :decide,
-1-teat, early meed
--Aarly,eneed IonlY
Rau well in debut'
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--Returns': m 100' shape

G: Ramos ilex --Rites good chance
Valens. 105 ,--Vsually close up
S. Rerun& 115 -,Irorm Indicates
G. Sanchez 110 tast,doesn't tonnt
, Baeza 110 -JockeY' maY hell)
A. Gonzilles 104 ,r-Ran Avell in last
i."111loa 114 --oonld ,v0 au tile way
, H. .,,l)rooped In. class 1
, J.P.,Dizz 108x :-Must go lower
'T. AlvProz 118 -,1rarrogiR.tralned now,.
, S.. Carvajal 110 ,-Rateg chance too

Ms 'Race "II" Nativos 1191:11tirot $450.00
QUINIILA

Mott 1111
' B. Baez 118
Credidio 115
No' Boy 118
' V. Castillo 118
O. Brava 118
1. Cristiana
R. 'Vasquez 115

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Pool Closilo 4:40

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M. Valenzuela 114 ,Distance handicaps 84
, B. Bassza 118 ,Shouldscore again EVEN
3'. Wavers' 110 No. 1 -contender 44
A. Credidio 110 Favorite -rider ut 44
, 'No Boy 108 --Distance to. Indus 10-1
r. Alvarez 108 --Gets real test ,bere

,,Seems best here
iDistance 'handicaps
Could hang on here
Always dangerous
Not against these 7
Rates good thence '"
iMust improve a little
1,14 fight to' finish

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5-2
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Rata 349r.:Old Amp. 6 Pals. Purse $2000 Pool Closes 5:15
Labor Day Classic ', ONII TWO

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' 'May is International LAM ter a serving, a iuspens on,
Day -and,,is a national,briliday in be aboard stouthearted Manuela
rename, N 'it -'41 Pedraza Virgilio Castillo will
The probable mutueb favorite guide Aldar but no rider has been
le Frank Zeimetrt classy Chilean reported for longshot specialist
colt 'Don' Lucho. opposition, Brote0,- 4
both in the zaceln'the,,mutuels, Ten other interesting races are
is. expected to' be .furnished; by ipcluded on be attractive card.
stout. 4, learted ebrisca and Tomorrow's program will be the
stretch. burning Pan Toted. first of three consecutive days of
Others rated dangerous over this racing that will be claimaxed with
sprint distance' are Manuel ,'Pe the mining of the annual "race
drata; Sicabu and Tatin. Rounding of the Iear"--the 45,000 added
out the list of entries are the sur once mile and fiveeighths Pre
rpising Brote anti the ,apparently sident of the Republic Classic,
outclassed Alder. r )44' 1 4 ,
Don Lticho,,which'ivill'be'riddel 11B e
by Jose Ulloa, will have a slig14 A Gels Request
disadvantage because of his Inside ,4,
nost position. 'Nebrisca gets a big
hreak here with the outside start- For (Age Division
ing slot. Ruben., (Caliche) Vas. ,
goes guide Nebrisca. 4 p if' ( 1
Leading Jockey Braulio Baez vn ac lc oas
attemnt to add lo hie long -
list of.' brilliant 'rides 'by getting
home 1 the 'slow-starting Pan Toe- a
- NEW 'YORK' (VPI)--Plans -for
"Pacific Coast Division" that
tado river this sorint distance. would include a Bing Crosbit CrosbitTatin,
Tatin, CrosbitTatin, which- birned in a fair backed team in Los Angeles ham
Perforniance in' his rettuw to' ac
tion last week following a lengthY been submitted to the pmfessional
National Basketball Association.
layof, expeoted to, do much
hetter this time, Cristian Reboil& Representatives of the Crosby
group met here Monday with
do will do the booting.
Scar ''Bravo has the leg till ett NBA- president Maurice Podoloff
to make their pretentation.' Plana
always dangerous Sicabti. The lat. eau
ter, a vastly improved and con. for the establishment of
teams, la Los Angeles, San Fran.
sistent nerformer,,,should,be close eisco, Portland, Seattle, and pos.
up at the finish. sibly Denver.
Amed0Credi(lio, who returns at

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- NEW 'YORK' (VPI)---Plans -for
a "Pacific Coast Division" that
would include a Bing Crosby Crosbybacked
backed Crosbybacked team in Los Angeles ham
been submitted to the pmfessional
National Basketball Association.
Representatives of the Crosby
group met here Monday with
NBA president Maurice Podoloff
to make their pretentation.' FignS
call for the establishment of
teams, in Los Angeles, San Fran Francisco,
cisco, Francisco, Portland, Seattle, and pos possibly
sibly possibly Denver.
Len Corbosiero, general manag manager
er manager of the proposed Los Angeles
Jets, said the group has talked
to Boston Celtics star Bill Shar Sharman
man Sharman about the prospects of hiring
him as coach. Sharman, ,former
Southern California Aar, was
said to be "interested.",

In addition tO Crosby, other
backers of the Los Angeles toam
would be oilmen Gordon Neav6i
and Vito Guerino.,
The group hopes the new divi division
sion division could be added to the NBA
in time for the 196041 season.
However, a'r, league spokesman
said he doubted whether the
leayue's board of governors would
discuss. the proposal at, their cur
rent Ineeting.
At the govereen, meettee Mph:
day, the league re-hired rodooff
as president for a three-year term
at a "substantial increase" in sal sal-
- sal- The league' officials else voted
to hold the- annual All-Star game
in Syracuse In 1961 and S;. Louis
in 1962. The 1960 game, to be
Played on Jan. 22 previously lad
been awarded to Philadelphia.'

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By -GIORGI SINCLAIR 'LI
. Second Half Staniing
-
Toami..' d W L Pets Gb
Abernathy 8' 2 ;SOO
Cerveceria 9 ,3 750
Jantzen I II 371,1
Glud .1 - 4 10 ,-289 -.6
Mauricio 11 241 7
- Gbrd Mariners
Nalt Abernathy Winning Streak
The Glud Mariners handed the
Abernathy Unisport the surprise
of the league by defeating Lew
Ilihinger- and Abernathy by the
narrow margin of 8 to 7 in seven
thrilling frames.
iron arm. finally
gave in as he, watched his 1,2 con.
secilitive games .svinning streak
came to'-an, end.
The Mariners got 'hold of HU,

briap Lonaon
Ends Training
For Title Shot

' By JACK CUDDY
' INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (urn--
Brian London, England's jut jutjawed
jawed jutjawed challenger, finished train trainmg
mg trainmg Tuesday for his attempt to
wrest the heavyweight crown
'from Floyd Patterson here to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow ,flight and said," Patter Patterson's
son's Patterson's in for a big surprise
Big, dirk-haired Brian whose
face reminds some Americans of
Elvis Prepley and others of Burt
Lttneaster, declared, "Patter "Patterson
son "Patterson will have no tune-up tomor tomorroweven
roweven tomorroweven though he thinks so."
The 206-pound ex-British Empire
champion -added grimly, "This is
the big. one for me. I'm goin' all
out. I'll try to step him. And re remember
member remember I've never been knocked
off my feet in 26 fights although
I was stopped once on cuts."
London finished his sparring
with two rotmds against Dusty
Rhodes of New York, who was
sparmate for Patterson before
Floyd's title fights with Archie
Moore and Roy Harris. t
In the dressing roem,at the Mu Municipal
nicipal Municipal Garden, where' 24-yearold
London- has boxed 32' rounds since
his 'arrival, spatmate Rhodes said
"yes, Piitterson is in for a sur surprise.
prise. surprise. I'm not paying for sure
Bripn will beat him, but there's
goin' te, be a tlirtifi;, lightno
Matter who,iivins. 1,, 1
' Six-foot London, a rough-ho se
brawler instead of the usual stand
up 'British- boxer, has been im improving
proving improving his bob and weavefor
aggressive purposesduring h I s
Indianapolis workouts.
London and his American ad adil
il adil vise4 Nick Befit ell known
Net York fight mans er -- an anflounced
flounced anflounced Tuesday they ad decid decided
ed decided that eight-ounce gloves would
be usedriuring tomorrow's 15-
rounds at the Fairgrounds Colt Colt'mum.
'mum. Colt'mum.
Patterson and the Indiana State
Athletic Commisson had given
London the privilege of naming
six-ounce or eight-ounce mittens
for both fighters.

SIGN FOOTBALL AGREEMENT
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI)
The National Association of Inter.
collegiate Athletics (NAIA) has
signed a five.year contract to play
its azmual championship football
game in St. Petersburg, Pic, if
a pew stadium is built there.

5-1 DANES WIN TENNIS ROUND
' 25-1 BELGRADE, :Yugoslavia (UPI)
30-1 Denmark ,eliminated ,Yugosiavia
114 in the first round play of the Eik10-1
ropean Zone Davis Cup eompe3-1
tition, four metehes ,to one, Mon Mon10
10 Mon10 1 day.

zinfer't tired arm bi the third in inDing
Ding inDing as Edwards,' opened the
framed with a single to center
field followed by Speck's.. and
Bordson-Kircher wows to' mad
the bases. Mungin popped out to
Hillinger for the first-out. Skala
Wight and Dotter, singled in suc succession.,
cession., succession., Kelly rolled out and
Hobble singled to make it six runs,
the most runs scored off HU HUzitiger
zitiger HUzitiger in' one
Ilia Mariners added two more
in the fourth.
On the other hand, Abernathy
battled firely to over came the
Mariners. They scorecL in every
inning except in the final two
frames aa Hobbit shut the door on
them. Robbie' picked up his third
Win on the seaton against IS
feats.
Hilzinger lost his ffrat game of
the season against 12 victories.
Skala had three hits in four trips.
Dotter had 2 for 4 four the Marine
and Larry Chance 2 for 2 for the
Abernathy.

The box score:
Mariners Ab H C
Mungin If 4 0 0 3
Skala e 4 1 3 3
Wight ss 4111
Dotter lb 4 1 2 I
Kelly 3b 3 0 1 3
Bobbie p 4 0 1 0
Edwards 2b 4 1 1 0
Spekine et 3, 2 1 1
B,ordgen-Kireher rt 2 1 2
Totals n I II 21

AbitHO
4003
4133
4111
4121
3013
40'10
4110

Abornathy
Taht, ss 3 1
hoes 0 0
Hilzinger p 1
A. Ausmus 2b 4 1
Husted c 3 0
Chance lf 2 2
Malenne, 3bb 2 1
Trout, lb 41 0
De La Mater ri 1 1
Totals 24 7

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The Unlucky Five lived uP t0
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Roy racked in 573 and Larry 508,
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take the next rotmd by merely te :
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Julio Gomez, and Andy Sera&
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series. The high Jumper, was Toil
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NAMED RELAYS STAR
DES MOINES, Iowa (UPI)
Hayes Jones of Eastem Michigan Michiganhas
has Michiganhas been named the outstanding
athlete bi the golden anniversary
Drake Relays. He won two in&
vidual titles in the games thin
past week endthe 120-yard high
hurdles and the 100-yard dash.

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170CMAYIEIA1, MIXIID"' eause they come through when .4 .:.
S-Destello 1,-4: --,-'- J. "phillips Ile- -Rates good' chance '' ,-,,, ,-,;. 5.1 1 '','-''',"' '-'- ,-", r' -1 ', v- -4--'..- 7 e",1111. --..., :, r (. .. ': Cerveceria 9 ,3 -750 --
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- Glud ,, 4- - 4 10 ,-2sa -.6 cession., ICelly rolled LEAGUI needed and as result they : ,tt--
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' ig and Dotter. singled in sue- , , ke u I in s .-: i
5-Thunderstreail 1).! Barret 103z--Ran well in- last :, ,- '," 4-1 '1-
- cellar :- oceupatna, Rolling Five. ,!'- ",
i It-Latino 4; Hernandez 11Q 4.--Could score'. gait-, ,. ''';, ',IS-1 in training at the-President Remort:racetrack will Mauricio -, 3 II 241 7
- Hobble singled to make it six runs 'rigers -, The Loafers edged the Rollers hi -- -; ---
.. Kits and, :Mrs -," -12 4 -:.-,- '4'
, 2,0771Cuctititit - -- - F. -Alvarez 1,38- '-Depends, on, itart -,,, 4-1 ,,,...4--t.
ziger inl'on out and Telms - : -wv
e inning. -' , Lein.ers, ' back to take the ',Coed by eleven' :''''''''',
. 1 8-Victoria R r.- J.', Cadogan 10d- -Good recent rocei 1,''',--.". ,,,. 34, MCI t LI 't ft
IA3,11 s n es omorrow It entoon in- the seve ,, ,,,
nth imw ,, the most runs seored off Iiii- ef , 10 6 the Piper by 7 pins, and tams ,.,.., ,
, 9-Skoll -, ---1 -,- A.-' Perez 116----Returns from layofl - 5-2 rumting of the $2 MO added six furlong 14sor Day Halt Abernathy Winning Striae
Mud Mar s -,.' ..
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40-Mi Cititiva-,---- H. Hidalgo 103s -Rate! good:chance -,-, 5 I
--- ClaSSie., '''' -- 1 ' ' '' in Eats Jammers
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', 11-Jullo Verne D. Madrid 108x--Ein 'well list- week 'i"--,,' 'i 5-1 ,, , .,,, ,;, -. ,.,, The Glud Mariners handed the on the -other hand Abernathy Kool Kits 6 10 Roy ,Nickols and Larry Lines ..,' 4
,. , , . , ,,,, - - ,,,,,, -,',..0 -- -, ,- '-,, ''"---"" ---'-- '' Abe ath tints rt the surprise title five ,
3 I were the big guns of tha Loafers 1: ---,-; --
- . , L "- ,,,---'''', -. - ' -' ' Allay 1 is Internationil Lanni ter a serving. a iuspension, will re Y Pe- battled firely to over came the 1-1111- .
, ''',-,,-' 1:- ; ; .:-. -:- ."- i ,, ,- ; .,,,,: . ? Day ,and,,ie a national.briliday in be aboard stout-hearted Manue a
1, of the league by defeating Lew Rolling Five - I 11 bamge of strikes and spares. ' "-- ;
the Mariners. They scored in every
Ilihinger, and Abernathy by -i- ' '- Roy racked in 523 and Larry 506, '-' -.1 '-,
-,:i Ind' Este 4111 Serbe Inin; 7 Pis: PursePSIAO,. ,-.poof ;Ciesas ,1:30 rename, N.t ,it ,I, ,,,e--,',1 ,.,..,s, Pedraza. Virgilio Ciatillo will narrow margin of 8 to 7 in seven hieing exeePt le" the Beal twe Ylesrs 4 Unlicky Five ft -,-;, both hdep. For the luckless Rol. 'If
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-. ," ,t,',- 211d BAC' OF 71411-DOUBLE i",,k: 4 ., -,. -,' The probable mutueb ,favorite guide Alder but no rider has been them fr e , . frames as Hobble shut the door On ,
. the ling Five BM Fish netted 5.14 --
" 4 - -- - -. 1.'" .- ' is' Frank Zeimetz' classy Chilean reported for longshot specialist t ng am s. ., ., them. llobbie picked up his third The, Tigers Potmced on
'Hilzinter's iron arm! finally hd '
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;.! 1-Ben My C.-, R. Prestan.097x -1Ntit, against 'theta ' 30-1 colt 'Doe Lucho, Ms opposition, Brote.07.-,.:, ,' ' ,. - Win on the teeth!' against. ,16 Unlucky Five and devoured them
2-Lieenciado IL Hidalgo 10Ix -lisually disapnoipts .. 4-1 both in the ,rien,111.theomutuels, Ten other interesting races are ave in as at watened MX 1,2 con cong
g cong citti tr ak feats. . i tor all four points. As a reputt' of Kiln N glimmers 3 Jumpers I -'.
g 8-Crews HAI'S; Hernandez -1013"; --Mutuels favorite. . -3-1 is, expected to' be 'furnished -: by included on he attractive card. se Ile, games g I e ,
- the 'tasty morsel of four markers, '1 '.., i
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:,' a-Toped ''' H.- Ruiz 108' ....Doesn't 'teem likely ".154 stout. 4-hearted 4 e b r I s c a and Tomorrow's program will be the e to an end..
ca1Trnhe M' rih t 'h Id of IM IMa
a IMa ere go o Hilzinger lost his first game of the ,Tigers strengthened their In the beg match of the even. .,
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i 5-Mademe Cueu J.P. -Dial -07a -,Could,get uP, here ', ,S 5-1 stretch. burning Pan Tostado. .., first of three consecutive days d the season against 12 victorles. first, place position. ins. the Jumpers and the Katz N ',
' 8-Greco - M. Valensuela 110'---Enjoying; best ford 3-1 Others rated dafigerotis over this racing that will be claimaxed with Skala had three hits in four trip. The Unlucky Five lived up to Jammers she sawed. The Eats ''
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0 7-Amella A. 'Gonzales,103' .-.Dependa.'on start,," .. 10.1 sprint distance' are Manuel Pe. the numing of the annual "race '' '",,-" ,', : ,- ' -: Dotter bad 2 tor a tour the Mar ne their name because:, they were took the beginner by 25 maples, --",'. --
0 ft-Resolana B. 'Aguirre 110' -Improving slowly' ', 10-1 draza; Sicabu and Tatin. Sounding of the .year"-the $15,000 added .
and Larry Chance 2 tor 2 tor the unlucky in 'losing the first' game Then the Jumpers jumped in tie ,-, : ,--
1-Havo :- No Boy '115' -;-Eacludedfront bettin i XXX out the list of entries are the sur. once mde and tive-eighths Pre- Bnan ion on', Abernathy. by eight pine.iOnly twO bowlers take the next round by merely te : -:, -..
, ,, -7, -- :' -, -,,,': t - '' robing Brote and the ,apparently sident of the Republic Classic joined the 500 elite corp, Jim sticks. It wait then the Eats N
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a 525 hdep.",and Clair Hendrickson again by the sa.me 2t margin. And ,,,,,, '-
1 Sr4 '' ghee "IY1 Natives-1' 41' Pul)1. 3433-33' ''''' Peel. Ins 2' b 41 Ull will h a li 11 Mariners
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; g-Rlanquita A., Credidio 115' "...Could go all the, Way ..: : ,; 3-1 nost position. 'Nebrisca gets- it hid F , , Skala c 4 1 3 3 0 Mies end Mrs 3 Keel Kite 1'
1 3-Black Bee R. Prestan 98i -.Nothing recentl, , 104 hreak hers with the outside start- DI I 1' '' t
or (Age v s on .,,,,, .. 1 ,L 4 Wight ss a 1 1 1 0 The Eool Eats purred through Julio Gomez, and Andy Sera&
, 4-julle '4 Nr Tejad a 97x Couid;,b,e ,upsetter ,,,s. 3.1 qinugz sglioitt-,: RIIrn--e--(Call,,che) Vas,- k .,,, s. ,, , , IF
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' 1 5-Daniel M. Valentuela ,112 --Back in too brit 2-1 e me IN brig to. ''. '' Kelly 3b
8-Noticion J. Phillivi 108 -Always ,dangerout -' 5-2 Leading jo,eltey Bratilio .Baeza On Pacific Coast Hobble p 4 0 '1 0 ,2 Hits and Mrs, because they cooled series. TM high Jumper, was TOM ,,,,
7-Don Grad S. Carvajal 110 -414(4,04 :top form' 5-2 will" attemot' to add to hie long '-: -
' '-'-- Edwards 2b 4 1 1 0 2 off the Kool1Cate in the next three Woodyard with 539 hdep. 7, ..
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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (urt)- .,TO4,1, 12 g it 21 7 eork, wben Jerry -Reid knora- NAMED RELAYS STAlt ,-
401, Rite Nen.whinere imp.- 5 pf" isirse 000.00 -I' pool; ones 2:30 ta a over this sorint distance. would include- a Bing Crosb7, Brian London, England's Jut- - ed oft the Albroolt Lanes 531 ildeP4
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mg Tues ay or a Taht, se 3 1 1 1 3 hdep. Merry R01186 was- the 'Knot Hayes Jones of Eastem Michigan- ,...t.,
- 1-Singaluz B. Aguirre 110. ,--(loultl' make it liere 4-1 tion last week following 'a lengthv National Basketbali Association. ng, honors bi- has 'been named the outstanding . 74, ,.
weight c r o w n
wrest 'the heavy Jones 0 0 0 2 0 Hat that took scori
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pr s -s g from Floyd Patterson here to- Fulzin er 1 1 1 2 his 0118 with a 518 Welt.. athlete d the golden &universal'',
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oup met here Monday" -wit morrow night and said," Patter. g P dt
, , Drake Relays. He won two in ;"
A Ausmus 2b 4 1 1 I 0 -.
&-Reina Negri', M. Valens, 106 -.4-Early Amsted ',only I 0-1 do wM do the booting.. '' A president Maurice Podoloff in to big surprise 1 Leder. 4 Rolling rive 4 vidual titles in the games thil :11
5-Rosenda ' A. Alfaro 108 ---,Ran well, in debut', 5-1 Oscar "Bravo has the leg MI on to make their preientation. Plans son s r a, . se Busted c 3 3 1 ;Mere was no loafing en,- the past week end-the 120-yard high 1 ''
01.-Tolola S.' Hernando! -104 --Returns: in good shape -, S-1 always dangerous Sicalm. The lit- call for the establishment of Big,. derk-baired Brian -7 wno Chance If 4 2 2 2 0 0 1.,,,
ring onthe Loafers roster,- be. hurdles and the 100-yard dash. 1 '...
- face reminds some Americans ot maienne 3b, 2 1 0 1 7 "-11'
- r ., ...o.t..,--L--.4..- ..) ,-- '.4 ter, a vastly intpmved and eon eon-
- eon- -, teams, in Los Angeles, San Fran- Elvis Prepley and others of Burt T i a, 0 0 3 -0
- ,, ". '- ,'! -,,.- ' - sistent nerformer, should,he close rout, ,,
ith ace "A" Hatives,, 7 Pgs. Piorse 550008 ,-, Peel Closes 3;es up at the finish. ',,,' cisco, Portland, Seattle, and pus-
Lancaster, declared, "Patter' De La Mater ri 1 1 0 0 0 '' : - ., -, ...,
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' ' ' ' Amado4Credidio tv' ho returns af1,--Cirla
- A. Gonzales, 102 : --Returns fromtlayoti -' 15-1 ...,,,
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2-Frijolito A. Credidio 105 -Mill fight it out ten Corbosiero, general manig- The 206-pound ex-British Empire
g-Nirvana ." B. Baeza 114,-Renortedly ready : -' r.' 3-2 -,
5.2 R ' ''k T. ., Score by Innings , sq' 7' 4
er of the proposed toe Angeles champion -added grimly, "This is Marinero 0 0 0 6 2 0 0-8 11 1 ,
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4-Pancho Lopez Hali,b1go 103x ...Would pay nice oda, 4-1 ,,.. Jets, said the group has talked the big. one for me. I'm goin' all Abernathy 2 2 I I 1 0 0--7 6 -4 ''''t
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' gilt State Sth Series Imo. 7 Pas. nurse 3508.00 Peel Closes 3:3 By CONRAD Southern California titer, WaS I was stopped 'once on cuts." - k ; 1
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ta Cmta all rooms air conditioned.
From May 5th to July 5th.
Wonderful view grounds, ote.
Call 3-1813 before S: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.
Aye. haste Aresemena 31-44.
fat RENT: Chalot 2 bed bedpuma,
puma, bedpuma, nice neighborhood. 95th
Stroet No. 45, San Francisco do
la Ca iota. Turn right off 50th
street at Shell Station.
FREI RENT, vacation quarters, 3
months. Beautiful residence, lo located
cated located near cool, splendid view,
completely furnished, exclusive
section. just pay exp Pre Preferable
ferable Preferable a couple. Write Me. A.
N. cie Box 436, Balboa.
FOR REENT: Completely
modem furnished three bed bedroom
room bedroom house, two bath rooms,
garage. Tel. 3-2147, San Fran Francisco,
cisco, Francisco, 97th Street East No. 111
$173.00.

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bath, meals if desired. Call
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FOR RENT: Clean furnish
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Bachelor or childless cduple.
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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWIR "A", DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CZ.
PHONE BALBOA Mt
'LEGAL NOTICE
uNrrED STATES OP AMERICA.
United States, District Court For
Canal Zone
The District of The Canal Zone
Division of Balboa
Hobert Johnson, Jr., Plaintiff vs. Mary
E. Johnson, Defendant. Summoni Case
No. 4825 Civil Docket 22 Action for
Divorce.
To the above-named defendant:
You ore hereby required to appear
Ind answer the complaint filed in the
stDve-entitled action within ninety days
after the first date of publication.
In case of your failure to so appear
Ind answer, Judgment will be taken a against
gainst against you by defauit for the relief de deManded
Manded deManded in the complaInt.
wITNEss the Honorable Guthrie T.
Crowe, Judge. United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, this April 22, 1959.
Sara de la Pefia
Clerk
(Seal)
BysLeis T. Harrison
Chief Deputy Clerk
To Mary E. Johnaon:
The foregoing summons is served up upbri
bri upbri you by publication pursuant to the
brder of the Honorable Guthrie F.
Cmwe. Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone. dated April 22. 1959. and enter enterbd
bd enterbd and filed In this action in the of oftire
tire oftire of the Clerk of said United States
Distritt Court for the Division of BM,-
boa, on April 22, 1959.
Sara de la Pefia
Clerk
BYstois T. Harrison
Chief Deputy Clerk
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FOR 'SALE
Triumph TR-3 'Sports Car
Ali Extras Like New
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FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment living room, dining room.
bedroom, kitchen, bathroom.
$65.00. Francisco Fi los Smelt
No. 27, Vista Hermosa. Phone
3-5016 and 3-0652.
FOR RENT: Modorn Due lox
two bedroom, hot water, Cam Campo
po Campo Alegre, Ricardo Arias Stmt.
Talc. 2-2141 and 3-3179.
Furnished apartment with W.A..
chin bathroom between two
lams rooms with out side doors.
Making it suitable for twe
couples $70.00 one apartment
for one couple $65.00, also large
storage place suitable for shop.
Apply janitor at TI132 4th July
Ave. or phone Hopkins Balboa
2966.
FOR RENE: Campo Mort,
furnished ono bodroom apart apartmint.
mint. apartmint. New, furniture, hot wattl
balcony. Call 3-1789.
FOR RENT: Modern apart apartment
ment apartment throe bedrooms, two' bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, mald's room, wash tubs,
garage, hot water, $150.00.
"Olga Puilding,' Eusebio A.
Morales Avenue, El Cangroie.
Enquire apartment No. 1.
FOR RENT: Lovely two ball ballroom
room ballroom apartment in Campo Ale.
gm. Phone office 2-1460, home
3-5749.
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TV. Radios, Transiters
specialist. We service. ell micas
and models. We don't pretend to
guarantee our we& ye guar,1
ante it.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, Tivoli
Ave. IS-20. Tel. 2-190S.
TV SERVICES
For 'atm Homo Service. Always
Rely on
( M.S. TELEVISION.
Phone 3-7607 Panami. Sorylee
from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 o.m.
Protect your home aid prim
ty against insed d a 11 a a e
Prompt scientifie treatment on
emergenry et monthly intiget
basik Telephone Pronto Simko,
Panama I-7977 et Coles 1777s
Commercial Sites
FOR itENTs Frefossional or
commercial office on ground floor
Edificio Urracis comer Ave. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa and Federico Boyd, 82 square
moan, $125.00. Call Panama
1-70311.
FOR HIRE: Space for office
or warehouse. Calk Pinturas 1st 1stmeEes.
meEes. 1stmeEes. Talc 2-344 and 2-0857.
DELEGATE RECEIVE
VATICAN CITY (UPI) Msgr.
Egidio Vagnozzi, new apostolic
delegate to the United States was
received today by Pope John
XXIII. Msgr. Vagnozzi is sched scheduled
uled scheduled to leave for Washington to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. F0,11, RENT: Completely
furnished, modern, cool,
and well situated, 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom aiartment provided
'with all modern conve conveniences;
niences; conveniences; available for six
months as of June 15tIL
Monthly rental 1225.00. If
desired, for time of leue
efficient and expert ser serbe
be serbe arranged. Call Wolff
vices of trusted maid can
and Company, Tel. 3-6969.

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AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes
Service Personoel
Finance Your New Or
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES VP TO 36 Mo.
on new ears
AGENCY DEHLINGER
No. Auto Melillo Row
Phono 3-4964 3-4935
Tvoes ot Auto Insurance
DOZER CRUSHES GI
SEOUL, Korea (UPI) A U.S.
soldier was crushed to death near
here yesterday when he was
caught in the track of a moving
bulldozer in a rock quarry. An
Army spokesman said the GI trittl
to climb aboard the bulldozer
from the rear but lost his footing
and became entangled in the mov
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FOR SALL 44r Ford 1959 It-S
4-doop custom 300 32300. Rai Raiboa
boa Raiboa 1629. ,,- ;
FOR SALE: -- 1957404'V-11
Tailor tutono owner.
Mast sell by May 1Stb
1-1514.
'FOR MLE: 1952 Buick
Speiial 4-door Standard Shift,
radio, new tires, excellent con condition,
dition, condition, $400.00. Call Panama
34319 during office hours,, or
Salim 2914 evenings.
FOR SALE: -A- 1956 4-oor
Plymouth "6" very good condi.
tion,..good tires $1100.00. Call
Ft. Gulkk 561 Qtrs. 539-A.
FOR SALE: 1950 Pontiac 1
$300.00, C.Z. Inspection 0420
B. Ancon. phone 2-3651.
FOR SALE: 1955 Plymouth
4-door sedan, excellent condi condi,
, condi, Nen, must sell Immediately
'sacrifice: Call 84-4257 or 84-
.3291.
FOR SALE: 1957 (21 months
old 2-door Ford Station Wagon,
Del Rio model, white and blue
styletone paint, V-8 Thunder Thunder,
, Thunder, bird engine, standard gear shift,
radio, 2 reaP view miiyors, 4
new tires. Excellent condition.
$1750.00. See until 5 p.m. Sun Sunday
day Sunday ,and 10-12 on week day.
House 2352-A, Owen Street,
Balboa (Flats).
gate
FOR SALE: ,-- Buick 56 Special
2-door, hard top, miloage 14,-
000. Very good condition,
'31350.00 Phon? 3-237S.
FOR SAM 195B4 Vauxhall
4-door sedan, very good condi condition
tion condition Can arrange terms. 0599-A
Sayan Street, Anion. Phone
Balboa 2-2744 or 2-6362.
FOR SALE: De Soto 1950, 4-
door, 6 cylinder. Cheap and
good buy. Phone ; 5-586,
FOR SALE: 1948 Studebaker
Commander, now tires, new
brakes, good mechanical con condieon.
dieon. condieon. Call 86-3297 or 86-
4289
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WANT,ED,
WANTED: job for, rollablo
maid, honest, lard working.
Has worked for me for past
sloven years. Derose Wa It's
.2-2363.
Will pay op to 6500 for good
ear. Harvey, phone 3-5568.
WANTED: Shrimp Boat
Carpenters. Deco Marino. End
of 4th St. San Francisca. Tel
3-2639.
WANTEED: One wheel chair.
Call Corozal 2138, and Panama
, 3.40111 after 1600 Hrs.
Skin Graft Operation
To Keep High Jumper
Thomas Hospitalized
BOSTON (UPI)--A skin graft
operation on the "jumping" foot
of Boston University's John Thom Thomas
as Thomas will keep him hospitalized for
several weeks, according to his
physicians.
-The surgery Monday w a
termed a "success" and doctors
fore ciist- that Thomas probably
would resume training sometime
this 'summer,
The 18-year-old woad high jump
champ mingled' his left foot in
an elevator accident at the uni univerity
verity univerity fiVe weeks' ago,
GERMAN NAVAL VISIT
BONN, Germany (UPI) Two
West German frigates will set out
next month for the first major
postwar overseas visit by the new
West German navy. The frigates
Hipper and Graf Spee will leave
May 9 with a complement of 180
midshipmen for a trip lasting un until
til until Sept. 25. The ships will call
at ports in tbe West Indies, the
United States, Canada, the Azores
and Portugal.
YALE
Industrial Lift Trucks
' and Hoists
- Tractor Shovels.
Local representative:
M. A. POWELL, S.A.
COLON Tot. 106
601111110
KING BREAKS BARRIER
DUNSFORD, England (UPI)
Eingi Hussein of 'Jordan piloted
idvance model jet airplane
through the sound barrier yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. The visiting monarch, a vet veteran
eran veteran pilot, achieved the feat in
a Hawker Hunter two-seat trainer
over the English Channel. He was
accompanied byHawket tent pilot
Frank Bul len.

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FOR SALE: I rtiabit feet up,.
right freezer 2 yams old $325.
00 I like now. Niwe compressor
and motor. Cali 3-1213 beforo
, COO crs. or after 5:00 p.m;
FOR SALE: Photo ogulemoRt
2 year old podigroo boxer male,
Tel. 3-6526.
SPETON SPETON SPETON
A new efficient 'select. Ask
' reliable drug stores.
FOR SALE: Lilts votary en-.
larger with lens and eesel,
$150.00z Nimbi Supernova
sewing machine is blonde con-w
sole cabinet, with all attach.,,
ments, $350.00. Phone Pan
3-7E13.
FOR SALE: 21" Rt.& TV
$90.00 0420 B. Ancon
phone 2-30 1, 4
FOR RALE: Fence 14 ft.,
high ter Carport 3 gree
Tel., 25-3108 after 3:30.
FOR SALE: Two year old
GI. automatic dryors, $15000.
Phone. 116-3143.
FOR SALE: Runabout, fiber.
glassed, 13 foot, trailer, 15 HP
Evinrudo, complete, $450.
1951 Chrysler Sedan, radio.
good cOndition $400. Call
Clayton 2281 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE:- Serve !Writ
Whitener top, 3130.00, knit
and 'phis bikes, 310 tick Bam Bamboo
boo Bamboo couch. Call Balboa 1432
after four or weekends,.
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Boats Moiors
FOR SALE: Landing berg
LCM6 with 2 gray marine diml
motors 225 HP hull and motors
in perfect condition. Apply
Blob Agencies. Telephone Pan..
ama 3-3397 er 3-7529 or Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3719.
FOR SALE: 38 ft. Diets! 75
HP boat 460 gals.. fuel capacity 7,
radio, telephone. Four bunks 32
and 12 volt eledrie aystanta
ley, head, $2500.00 Balboa
2-3578.
FOR SALE: Corona, hardtop
"Iguana" wkh Mark 75 moor
Fully equipped on heavy duty
trailer, $2.500.00. May ko
at pier No. 1, Car1'361e. Phan:IL.,.
Mclivaine 36-356. '--
FOR SALK? 28 ft. sloop with
2$ horsepower auxiliary, locator
at Balboa Yacht Club, hull No.
283. Phone G. Fitzgerald, Bak
boa 1589.
I speciai offers I
WANTED: Captain for barge
L. C. M, costal trade, mechan mechan.
. mechan. ical ability required. Salary and
percentage. Apply Seaton Pan Pan.
. Pan. ama Coconut Co. Pekin& S
6852.
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HOOFBEATS
By Conrado!Sargeant

Free admission to all sections of
the President Remon racetrack
will be one of the features this
coming Sunday on the occasion of
the 32nd running of the President
of the Republic Classic.
This year's renawal will be run
over a distance of one mile and
five-eighths (13 furlongs) for 'a
purse of $15,000 added. The extra
money, which goes to the winner,'
will be $4,800 which will give the
winning owner a grand ',total of
$14,550. The second place is worth
$3,000, third place $1,500.and fourth
$750.
The classic will be the ninth race
on Sunday's card. Post positions,
scheduled starters, jockeys and
weights follow:
1MI Dims 5. biomass, 128
2E1 Tench! F. Alvarez 112
3Buen Moro (No Boy) 128
4Siete y Mali B. Booze 122
5Farallon V. Castillo 124
0Ouldiso J. Lille' 128
7Santi Ilan H. Bustin's 108
dem Julio Rodriguez 124
Alfonso Msnuel Morales, a Pan Panama
ama Panama City labor leader, has been
ehsen to present the silver trophy
to the owner of the winning thor thoroughbred
oughbred thoroughbred in tomorrow's 2,000 add added
ed added six furlong Labor Dav Classic
for imported three-year-olds.
Don Lucho, Pan Tostado and Ne'.
brisca are the probable mutuels
favoritee for this classic.
' The secnodary attraction tomor.
row be a $500 seven furlong
daah for fifth series thoroughbreds.
This race will be in honor of the
permanent staff of the Firem'en's
corps and ha !been denominated
the Permanent Firemen's Corps
Cla
Fire Sgt. Julio Guevara will
Ipresent the trophy to the, owner of
the winner, while Enrioue Cordo Cordoba,
ba, Cordoba, of the firemen's festivity com committee,
mittee, committee, will give the vtinning rider
a present.
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Classy Argentine colt Bob. a
three-vear-old chestnut son of Cy Cyrus
rus Cyrus The Great-Bateria, is consid considered
ered considered so superior to kis opposition
that he has been excluded from
the betting in Saturday's fifth raee.
The eolt is owned by' the Stud
Santa Lucia and trained by Jos
Reyes Olguin. Hi g4s against a
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:FOR SALlit 'Leaving Isthmus.
furniture k and 'Oppliances of
4throe bedroom aparhoont. Oar. 7
gain pricoa., Urgently. To Welton
3-7990.
FOR SALE: Solid oak dining
mom sat Leaving Isthmus mot
sacrifieo 5711 D,
FOR SALE: Air-conditioner
"Carrier," 11.p. Rotor& to
loam German. Pim,' 3-2632.
FOR SALE: Chimes" hand
carved dining room sot; almost
new, specially for Diplomatic'
and entertaining, (also betioneve
Violin). Panama 46 Street No.
34. Phone 3-1815.
FOR SAM SIMMONS
d'Hide-a-beft eels In excellent
condition. Tel. Clayton 6212,
Help Wan' ted I
bps typist 4tanta by Amer-
Cmgm Alm.4 Lamwelamlom
Expert typist Wanted by Amer American
ican American firm. Coed knowledge
Male, single, ender 25,
Write to P.O. Box 133, Panama
City.
Housokoopor, ago 25-35 volth
toforoncos Ihio in $35 month.
Laundry, Ironing, cloanins, ooh oohing.
ing. oohing. Phone Navy 3711, English
soc,ossary.
Is' Lessons I
Spanish Classes Spanish Cal..'
ses. Ivory- day except Satur Saturdays
days Saturdays and, Sundays, -. morning,-
attarnoon and vesting classes,
Panamanian-North American Association.-Paru
Avenue Re. OS.
Tel.- 3-7961 (near Sella 'Vista
Theatre),
E Paz Rodriguez
Wins Own Tourney
The XXI Esso Annual Golf
Tournament' came t.g an end 'last
Sunday when Billy 'Beson von
from Jimmy De la Guardia by! a
3 and 2 in 36 holes in the cham championship
pionship championship flight while in -the sec second
ond second flight Cipriano Pax Itodri Itodriguez,
guez, Itodriguez, manager of Esso, 'rho spon sponsored
sored sponsored the tournament won from
Captain Roy Whoberry by I and
6.
This is the first time U twenty twentyone
one twentyone years of play that a' member
of the Esso staff wins the tourna tournament
ment tournament and it is recalled that for
years many entries appeared in
both flithts. However, Pas Rodri Rodriguez'
guez' Rodriguez' excellent pane and with a
handicap of 13 was good to defeat
players like Dr. Aristbulo Ca Carrizo
rrizo Carrizo in the first round, Tom
Woodruf, Valds and Joe
Kasher before reaching the fi finals.
nals. finals. Prizes will be presented in a
special occasion, possibly on May
21 or 26 to all winners and run runners
ners runners up including consolation
flights and medalists.
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veak sixth series field in his local
debut.
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Felix Rodriguez has taken over
the training of the Stud La Poma Pomarada's
rada's Pomarada's native thoroughbred Des Destello...Tolola
tello...Tolola Destello...Tolola returns from a lay layoff
off layoff under the training of Carlos
Morrell. ...Distingo also has a new
trainer. Jos Oscar Mendoza is in
charge.
Antonio Torchia'i Albigeneo Is
now being trained by Antonio Es Eskildson....Naranzo
kildson....Naranzo Eskildson....Naranzo is now the
property of Bernardo Dominguez
S. and is Wing handled by Ber-'
nardo Dominguez C....Tangent C....Tangentea
ea C....Tangentea will race under the colors of
Miss Irma Spence in the future.
Ranchipur's trainer is HenrY
White and not Stanley Cox as er erroneously
roneously erroneously reported recently...
Tierra' alto has a new trainer. A:
gustin Soane Jr. has replaced
Constantino Spencer.
Red Label was bought by Carlos
A. Valdes and is being readied by
Gaston Aguilar....One For Me's
new owner is the Stud Amalio V.
While Gaston Aguilar has taken
over the training,
La Pelirroja and Old Smuggler
will race with blinkers while Reina
Neer will race without.
Fortner 'Cococha Stable racers
Diocese and Crews Hill will race
for 'their new owners this week.
Crews Hill is now owned bY Mr61
Ruth V, Harris and trained bY Luis
H. Ferrite.
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Another newcomer licheduled to
mike his local debut this weekend
Is the two-yenr-old Argentine colt
Padrino (originallv named Kepingo
and changed to Alma Negral.
Padrino. a brown son of Cabildo CabildoKepigga,
Kepigga, CabildoKepigga, is owned by the Stud
Michelin and trained by Octavi0
Fetter. ' .,
!.Manuel and Alejandro :items
won four of the nine races tun at
the Jamaica racetrack last Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, Manuel scored with Dead In Indian
dian Indian An the first at 7.50, Egotisti Egotistical
cal Egotistical in the fifth at 12.50 and, Der-,,
rick in the sixth at 5.40. Aleiandro,
according to the Sunday Newa,, out outrode
rode outrode Eddie Arearn tn Pore with
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Major Bo-11116g Loop'
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Elects Officers
For 1959-60 Term
The Major 'League of Bowled,
one of the oldest continuous
leagues on the Isthmus, elected
their officers for the coming
1959-60 season.
Elected by acclamation to con continue
tinue continue as president was Rollie
Gleichman.. Ted Albritton was e elected
lected elected as vice-president. For the
ever important post of secretary secretarytreasurer,
treasurer, secretarytreasurer, the Major League
Bowlers elected Bud Baker, re replacing
placing replacing Jack Voss.
Allthree are' old timers in the
Major League, Baker being one
9f the charter members.
Front all indications, the league
will continue bovling in Tuesday
evenings at the Diablo Service
Center. The, entrance average
in the loop has been 165 or bet better.
ter. better. For years the league has
been a constant turn over of
bowlers front year to year.
The league will form teams in
the ktter part "of July, or early
August.. Bowlers with 165 or ,bet ,better
ter ,better average, Who expect to re remain
main remain on' the Isthmus until April
of 1960 may apply, subntittmg
their names on a postal card to
Bud Baker, Box 142 Balboa, Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone.
New eandiadates are even pre preference,
ference, preference, first by averages and next
by the order in which applications
vtere submitted. Teams, ar ge generally
nerally generally formed to average about
Bowlers, IPA rolled in 1958-59
season just concluded and who
finished with 165 or better wi, 11
get the highest pfioity when the
team rosters are formed. The door
will not be closed to those bOwlers
who finished with less than 165.
Also bowlers new to the Major
League, with averages less than
165 may still apply for member membership,
ship, membership, and their acceptance
depend upon the crop of bowlers
that apply for membership.'
In applying for membership,
keglers should specify their last
average, and on what lanes the
average was attained.
At
Lricket News
Odnito.ming
By H. MIGNOTT
Continuing 'their winning, ways
in the Atlantic Cricket League,
the Surrey and Cragwell clubs
bowled over their oppooition last
Sunday, each emerging victorious
in its encounter,, thus setting the
stage for the final match of 'the
season on May 10 when these two
clubs will face each other to decide
the League chompionship.
Surrey C. C., with vktories mad
1 drawn game now, total 32 1-2
points to Cragwell's 27 1-2 earned
with 5 wins, 1 loss, and 1 draw.
The Cragwell Eleven, trailing by
five points, now inust defeat the
League leaders to gain a tie, and
a play-off. :
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Set the task' of defeating the
strong Excelsior C.C. to remain
in contention, Cragwell last Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, proved equal to the occasion
on the Rainbow City sward when
bowlers J. Clausel with 4 ?wickets
for 37 runs; G. Manning, 4 for 40,
and J. King? 1 for 10, kept the Ex Excelsior
celsior Excelsior scormg to a minimum.
The principal run-getters were
C. Temple 29, G. Smith 18, A.
Campbell 11, and W.' Blackman
10, off, the side was. dismissed for
a total of 87 runs. Cragwell lost
only four wickets in racking up
101 runs. Top icoreri were jiMinY
King 44, Leon Best 20, and O.
Baker also 20.
At Mount Hope, Midland C. C.,
playing, against Surrey,. got pH
to a good start and it one peint in
the game were it for 95 as Prince
Bowen Jr. end C. Russell, batted
brilliantly for- scores of'31 and 21
runs respectively,' while E. LOWill
added 17, and Clifford Groves s 11.
However, the remaining four
wicketa fell id 'quick succession
with, just one run added tor a to totat
tat totat d eg. k ,'
The teccessiul bowlers were M.
Grannum 3 for I, H. Mignott 5
for 24,' end C. DeSouta 2 for 20
Surrey 'replied with 09 runs for
the loss of tvto tickets. M., Gran.
49, G. Carrington 27, bot)-
undefeated, and P. Appelton 14
were the willow wielders. C. Gro
ves 1 for 17, and L. Thorne 1 fer
25, got the wickets for the Mid,
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Q. I've noticed' nur 'comments
about diversification.,I hold I.500
Sears, bought years ago at an
average priece of about A Would
it be advisable to break this lip
even at the expense- of a very
high tax' rate? 1 am nearing re-
tirement age and an interested in
t A. You have a problem. espe especially
cially especially if, as 1 assume, this is your
total investment portfolio.
You do have a substantial we weft,
ft, weft, I figure it out to be 28 points
on 1,500 shares or roughly $42,000.
The tax, of course, vnll be sub substantial
stantial substantial ---,but exactly how much
depends- upon your status att the
dm you take the profit. ,;,
If you. wait undl you retire and
your income, let us assumet drops
off sharply, this $42,000 profit
may be taxed at a considerably
lowre level. In in the 'first place
since it is a long-term gain, only
$21,000 Is added to your taxable in income.11
come.11 income.11 your income is down a around
round around the lower brackets.- the tag
may not work out to more than
$3,000 or 14,000. And if you spread
the Bennis over ii period of se several
veral several years, you can keep if,down
to far below that. ,
Going oil the- premise you hive
no other securities you may have
to diversify in order to- increase
your income. Sears, 4 top grade
security, currently is payinct 'a 'about
bout 'about three per cent. You can get
one to 1 1-2 percentage points
more from top grade utilities.
I think if you peed the diversi diversification
fication diversification over the Brit five years
of your retirement your ;will be
pleasantly surprised at the way
the tax eati be whittled down, ..
Q. Should I Invest part or all
of my savings of $10,000, now in a
Federally insured savings ac account?
count? account? Our home is paid for, we
are 66 and retried comfortably on
pensions. How about A. T. and T.
, or Pacific GIs and Electric? : I
also have noticed other stock
paying around aeviin per 'Cent.
A. If you have a steady pension'
Income there doesn't seem to be
the need for earrying ell of $10,000
in a savings,1 account. qt would
seem half that Would be ample Ifor
any emergency, ,.
Any investnient you make
should ba with an inflation hedge
in mind. .tgood oil or metal stock
would make sense; so would some
shares in a top grade retailing
chain. Both, A. T. and T, and Pa Pacific
cific Pacific Gas and Electric are ', top
quality although the yield ,, from
the first is now below tour per
cent and from the latter just a about
bout about thst figure.
iliomokom.110.10 4
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preferred sharesil 'What is a par participating
ticipating participating stock
A. Except in the case of qidte
elderly folk who need not fearloo
much inflation, I'M not inchned
to favor any fixed yield. And that's
what you get from a straight pre-(
ferred stock. A participating pre pre!erred
!erred pre!erred Is a preferred share which
gets an extra dividend ,wheneyer
business is too& Usually the, et ettra
tra ettra is In step with the extra divi dividend
dend dividend paid to the common.' But
participating preferred are Ode
rare these Ilays, They have been
replaced by the' convertible pre preiferreds
iferreds preiferreds which may be converted
into common whenever it IS to the
investor's advantage,
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The Senate Rackets 'Committee
will hold bearinge next week on
an independent union whose atrfice
shut down New York's newspapers
lett December,
Chairman John L McClellan
(D-Ark.) uid yesterday that the
committee would look into 'the ac acanj
anj acanj tivities of the newspaper mail
deliverers union at a tvm-da pub public
lic public session beginning Tue ay.
A committee spokesman indi-'
cated the committee was interest.
ed, in the background and asso associations
ciations associations of some of the union of officers.
ficers. officers. .4 ", ,
Later' in the week,- tht tommit:-
tee planned to inquire into mat mattent
tent mattent concerning the AFIrCIO In International
ternational International Brotherhood of Boil Boilermakers,
ermakers, Boilermakers, Iron Shipbuilders, Black
smiths, Forgers and Helpers, ,in
Houston, ) Tex. k, ,',,, t .,
A opoltesmat said this phase,
also expected, too last two days,
would bitolve, among other things
allegationi of an hnProPer Oro Oroteeship.
teeship. Oroteeship. : ',, ,,
Mrs Dawkins' :!'s
DiesDFunerari-!-4.-.
Set, F9eTomortow
.1, Mrs., Roseti Dawkins, a .Tainalc'.
an resident el Pueblo Nuevo, died
at her .home Tuesday.
,, Funeral services have : been
Scheduled for 4 at the Wes-,
'yaw Methodist. Church tomrrow.
Burial will t follow in the Puehlo
Nuevo cemetery. ,,' ,,
mrs. Dawkins is survived hy.her
Ions,: Clifford and Alexander A.
rthall and her daughters Lin&
Isle 7 and Violet het
kusband. Gilbert,' and 14 grand.
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Allegheny Crp :
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Amer Cyanamid ;57,
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Azaer ,Tel and Tel ,'- 252,
Anaconda Copper ''', 64347
; Arkansas Fuel ,,, I '32.1
',AVCO Mfg 13
Betk Steel 504
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Creole Pet- 511'
Crown CorkAind Seal
Cuban Venezuelan Oil ', 1-141
Du Pont ',, 140;4,,
El Paso NataZal Gas 3334'
Fairchild Engin. ,, I
Fargo Oil 5-16
Felmont Pet ni A 6
General Dynamics 57
,GeneratElectric 231,4
General Motors 4314
General Plywood 23Va
Gulf Oil 114b
,Marsco Ste,e 41b
Hayden' Newport ,h,13b
LImperial Oil ,- 44
Intl-Pet 8744b
Lorillard 41
Martb, Co. 16
New Eng 'Tel Arad Tel 175
Northrop Air 3276
Olin, Mathieson -43
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Pan Israel T-16
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Reynolds ea 27
Royal Dute Shell 43
San Jacinto 110b'
Shell Transp 16
Signal Oil and Gas 37
Sinclair Oil 6234
Socony Mobilo', 45.
Sperry,' Rind '25
Standard 52
Sterling- Precisioto 4,
Studebaker-Packard 12
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'Underwood 24
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'businessman Carl. itennert ;wilt
be;-honored at. a public'rally,in.,'
Santa,Ana Plaza Sunday night
by,. the.' Santa ..Ana CivietJuMa f
for his contributions to the
fare of Panamanian children' at ;'
the Panama Lions Club juvenile
summer tamps, 'here :he
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NEW NORIC (lIPI)--About t,308
radio -add television technicians
remained, off their 'obi ,with ',the
National 'Broadcastmg ',Company
today. No progress- I, was ',reported.,
toward settlement of ,a. ditpite
over the handling of foreign-mads
videotaPe. r
, Network, operations tostistied
with k supervitory personnel Ming
be jobs of the technicians In 'five
affected iYott, tWash tWashington,,
ington,, tWashington,, 'Philadelphia,' San Fran Franeisco'
eisco' Franeisco' and Hollywood.n
The network filed .1, $500,008
breach of 'contract suit against
the National Association of Broad,
clot Employees and ,Technicians
INABET). tharging the ,', union
WaS engaged in an illegal strike,
, The union ',Claimed its members
had been locked Out' loy, the net network
work network as a result of their refusal
to handle French-mad, videotape
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8:18 Dinah Snot 1:00 Tennessee Ernie rem
3:30 Christopher,- 8:30 'Spade Coo1ey
It Could YoU 8:30 Priza la Right
--- 4:30 Mr. Wizard 10:001 Ttaht Tha Walk
8:00 GUESS VHAA 1110 CEN NEWS
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WASHINGTON (UPI)Itepubli (UPI)Itepublican
can (UPI)Itepublican National Chairman! Thruston
B. Morton warned members -of
the U.S. Chamber of' Commerce
esterda -mot to pin a "business"
label on the GOP becaue
would threaten the party's very
existence.
Morton, who. doubles as a GOP
senator from. Kentucky, went so
far as to urge the. businessmen
or some 'of them, at least to
join up with the Democrat' to
keep the two party system
healthy..
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Deniocratic Natiohal- ebairman
Paul H. .Butler welcomed t h e
idea ,of more businessmen in the
Democratic Party. He ,told dele delegates
gates delegates to the chamber's 47th an annual
nual annual theeting they should examine
such issues .as- schools and slum
clearance "on the basil; of 'facts
and needa, not prejudice.",
Earlier, delegates heard Senate
Democratic Leader Lyndon B.
IJohnson (Tex.) urge that -the gov govlernment
lernment govlernment borrow business' "go out
and hustle' attitude to expand the
1 economy and balance the budget.
At- tbrealdast meeting, -othey
heard a foreign 'aid debate be between
tween between William H. Draper Jr.,
chairman of a -presidential com committee
mittee committee named to study foreign aft!
and Walter Harnischfeger, chair chairman
man chairman of a Milwaukee, Wis., earth earth!Irving
!Irving earth!Irving equipment firth.
Morton told the businessmen
that if they are to achieve "max "maximum.
imum. "maximum. effectiveness'. int politics,
they must attempt to do so flpri flprimarily
marily flprimarily as American citizens, rath rather
er rather than as spokesmen for or rep representatives
resentatives representatives of just one segment
of our total economy."-
He said the GOP was trying to

tionNomery Greeted
By Old Colleague
At Moscow Airport

MOSCOW (UPI)--British 'Field
Marshal Viscount Montgomery ar arrived
rived arrived here last night for visits
with Premier Nikita S. Khrush Khrushch.'s'
ch.'s' Khrushch.'s' and some of his World War
H colleagues.
The arrival of Britain's famous
old soldier coincided with publi publication
cation publication of new Soviet charges that
Montgomery plotted with the
United States and France to at attack
tack attack Russia during World W a r
II.
The Soviet magazine Interna International
tional International Lifei reviewing the retired
Montgomery's recently published
memoirs, charged that his policy
was to. "get, Germany to ston
fighting in the ,West and attack
the Soviet Union."
The welcome at the airport was
cordial, however, as Montgomery
stepped jauntily ,Irom, a Russian
jet liner and shook hatidsyth the
Soviet thief of stair, t arshal
SokolovskY.Y.,
'"You look younger'lnan when
I last saw, you,' Montgomery
said to Sokolovsky.' Thtr last
meeting was le Berth ,at the end
of World War IL
Sokolovsky grinned and replied,
"I bavr to look- younger because
I im chief of staff.'
A harried British Embassy of official
ficial official injected the only rough note
wheh he asited, Montgomery for
his passport.
,Montgomery waved his hand
and admitted, PI don't have' it,'

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US Chamber Of Commerce Members
,
Urged Not To, Label GOP 'Business'

recruit all possible support, but
"it would be disastrous for the
nation and for the party itself if.
any single economic,' racial, re regional,
gional, regional, or religious group were to
win unchallenged control of the
Republican party."
He said that if the Democratie
party 'should become". the party
of labor and the GOP 'the party
of business, the 'result wmild be
the creation of iv, multitude of
special interest splinter groups
and "complete political chaos.'
Butler also urged the delegates
to become more active politically.
But he said they should do so
"because of their deep convictions.
...and not merely for the selfish
purpose of promoting ,their own
business interests."

Mars Plant Life
May Be Surprising,
Reveals Scleilist

WASHING'rOM CUPI)z--111be lif6
on Mars may turn out to be
pretty surprising.
For example, soli Dr. Harold
C. Urey; the first space travelers .0'
from ear'h may discover that
Martian plants are able to shake
themselves.
Urey,, 66-year-old University of
California c he mil t, made this t
suggestion in an interview on the
subject of life on other planets.
The Nobel Prize Winner is here
for the annual meeting of the
National Academy of Sciences.
He has long been a student of the
biochemical origins ,of life.
On earth, the basic life sub substance
stance substance is diogyribonucleic acid
(DNA). It is the vital stuff of
Viruses as well as genes, the tiny
units of heredity.
But the supposed plant life in
Mars, Urey said, may be built
around some other basic mater material.
ial. material. Although recognizable as life,
It may be fundamentally differ different
ent different from the life that has evolved
on earth.
"The plants of Mars," he said,
"are not coyered up by the dust
storms astronomers have seen.
Are the planta,able to shake the
dus' off themselves?
"I ask this question of people,
and they laugh. But I say, 'Why
not?' The plants of Mars may be
completely different from ours."
It may be, he said. that organ
isms dwelling on Mars couldn't
live on, earth "and vice versa."
it also is onssible, nn the other
hand. that Mar'ian life instead of
heir, d basically differsnt from
earth's is basically similar to it.
In any suont. every effort must
be made, Urev said, tn avoM con-
taminatino Martian lifs with or organisms
ganisms organisms from ear'h. That would
snoll scientiric inverstaltion f
th P. red nIP net.
He ssid it is lust as Jmnortant ',
to avold-contaminsting the earth "A
4141 organisms from Mars. .t,
"Orsanistrs- living wider the
ev,spe(Pestiv. adverse. rortrittions est.
msrs. tranantenfeA to the earth
mleht tske over," Urey said. '

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' ARCHITECT'S DESIGN for new
, Cathedral

Ground Breaking Ceremony Sunday
For New Parish Hall At St. Luke s

At the 11:00 o'clock service this
Sunday, at the Cathedral of St.
1oke in Ancon, the ground break break-3nfceremonies
3nfceremonies break-3nfceremonies for the new Parish
IaU will be conducted by the Rt.
Jtev. K- Heber Gooden, Bishop
of the Missionary Diocese of the
pgaaaa Canal Zone.
,The new Parish Hall has been
W- project for thought and discus discus-lion
lion discus-lion for several years, and will
toon become a reality on the hill hill-Side
Side hill-Side behind the Cathedral, facing
iHlebra Road and Fourth of July
"At 11:00 a.m. there will be the
Service of Holy Communion in the
Cathedral with special intentions
lot' the completion if this project.
The celebrant will be Bishop
Gooden, the sermon will be preach
ed by Dean Peterson on the sub subject
ject subject "Laying the Foundations,"
and the music will be furnished
the Choir Guild.
k At the elote of wvlet, a
proctstion of clergy, ehoir and
congregation will proceed to the
hilUido when the ceremonies
will bo hoW- .
' A part of the ceremony, David
vrv. nne of the architexts for
the nroject will deliver to -Bishoo
Gooden the finished plans for the
new bui dine, uoon receiving
these olans the Bishon will say
to the congregation, "Forasmuch
I Weather Or Not)
' This weather report for tha 24
onrs ending 8 a. m. today
prearel hr the Meteorological
and Hydrorranhlc Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
Temperature:
i High w
J Low 76
Humidity:
Hfth W
Low 53
84
78
3
74
WIND:
. III A
mph)
N-n
us
NE-17
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JUAIN (inche)
WtER TEMP:
(Inner harbors)
81
82
tAK-E ELEVATIONS:
tun Lake
83.47
Madden Dam
S BALBOA TIDES
219.15
FRIDAY, MAT 1
HIGH
ISt&ne
44S7 a.m.
::8 a.m.
Ht.
13.4 ft.
12.8 ft.
LOW
Ht.
2.5 ft.
3.1 ft.
-TODAY! $1.00 0.50
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t WORLD'S Ko. 1 COMEDIAN
"JfN HIS TOP PRODUCTION!
CANTINFLAS in
"SUBEYBAJA"
Jn EASTMAM COLOR!
ALL DIALOGUE IN
SPANISH!

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Parish House behind St. Luke's
In Ancon.
as devout and faithful people have
taken in hand to build on this
ground, now marked with the
symbol of ennst, a building to oe
dedicated to the glory of God,
wherein Christian people shall
meet to learn of Jesus Christ and
Him Crusified, and shall worship
Him in prayer and praise, there therefore
fore therefore I break ground for this Parish
Hall, In the aname of the Fa Father,
ther, Father, and of the Son and of the
Holy Ghost. Amen"
He then will, take thespade
and remove some earth to of officially
ficially officially begin actual work on tho
new project.
For the project Itself, tho
Bishop has appointed a Build Building
ing Building Committees consisting of
Benamin Sartain, chairman
and David Yorkes, Gerry Doyle,
John Cooper, Frank Lorchen, R.
B. Sagtr, J, Palmer Smith and
Elmer Stevens,
The plans were drawn by Yer Yer-kes
kes Yer-kes and Doyle, and present a mo
dern building of circular design,
with a large- Inner room, nine
class rooms with moveable parti
tions surruunuing 11 ana a large
patio m tne rear.
It will be used as a much need
ed center for the Church School,
tor an organizations, or tne pariBsh,
and for diocesan functions of the
Episcopal Church.
Father Holds Heads
Of Three Children
Ky far rorged
HYNDMAN. Pa. (UPI)-A fath
er Erimly held the heads of his
three children above water 'in
their nearly submerged automo
bile for 45 minutes yesterday
while the mother swam the swift
water nf Wills Creek and ran
half-mile for help.
The father, Walter C. Bridges,
Corriganville, Md., and his family
were driving here to pick up his
railroad unemployment check
when he lost control of his au
tomobile at a sharp curve. The
machine plunged into the stream.
The water, swollen bv three
days of rain, swept the car 1,000
yards downstream and it lodged
against a rock in 5 1-2 feet of
water.
The father and the children.
Walter Allan, 4, and twins Sharon
Kay and Kenneth Ray, 3. were
trapped in the car which rapidly
filled until the water was in
inches from the roof. Mrs
Bridges freed herself, swam 50
feet to shore and then ran to the
nome 01 Howard cook, near
Stnngtown, Pa.
Members of the Hyndman Vol
unteer Fire Co, sped three miles
to the sceije of the accident, near
tne r-ennsyiyania-Maryland .bor .border.
der. .border. Fireman Howard Cook Swam
to the car with a rope and the
machine was anchored to a tree.
Harry Ritchey, Hyndman post
master, and fireman Donald Shaf
fer then rowed to the vehicle and
pulled Bridges and his rhildren
from the car onto the roof. It- took
an hour to complete the rescue.
The three children were treat treated
ed treated at Cumberland (Md.) Memo Memorial
rial Memorial Hosmital for shock and ex exposure.
posure. exposure. The parents were unhurt.
Fitter Debut
I" football Pp6l
HARLOW NEW TOWN, 'England
(UPI) Charles James, 4T, wpn
the equivalent of more than 28
years' wages in the football pools
.yesterday in his first try.
James is a $36 a week main maintenance
tenance maintenance fitter. He won $52,828 is
one of a "syndicate" of four tnn
who took the top prize.
James said it was the first time
he had tried the poo's. He made
his selections by marking the
teams in townr where he had
been well trea'ed by police when
he drove a truck.

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. PARIS, AprU 3 (UPD The lour western Forelja Minlstera wound np their Paris confeernce
today and announced "complete tTenent',"on western eold war stratery. ',. t t
In an official eommnnique issued at the end of their talks the ministers announced they had
reaffirmed their determination to ensure the freedom of the West Berlin population, i',
They expressed their willlntneas to en care m negotiations with the Soviets "to ensure a Just
peace In Europe." ', . v ".5; s '-'..V "?;,
The conference, orifinMly scheduled to last three full days, ended wLV unexpected sudden,'
ness at 1 p.m. today..,., -y -;-K

A conference spokesman said no
more formal western meetings are
planned Before the May 11 Geneva
Conference with the Soviets-; How
ever, the western ministers, will
arrive in Geneva the previous eve evening
ning evening and will be able to get to together
gether together then if necessary, the
spokesman added.
The spokesman said they reach reached
ed reached "-complete agreement" on
policy, strategy and tietics for
the Geneva meeting. However,
they decided to maintain com complete
plete complete secrecy about their plans.
Their closing communique made
these main points:
The Ministers reaffirmed the
West's determination to protect the
rights of the West Berlin popula population
tion population and allied rights and obliga
tions there.
The Ministers reaffirmed their
willingness to negotiate with the
Soviets "with a -view to establish
ing a just ana aurame peace m
Europe."
The Ministers reached "com "complete
plete "complete agreement" on their position
to be presented at the Geneva par
ley-
The results of their meeting
will be discussed with the North
Atlantic council.
Despite the secrecy pledge, re responsible
sponsible responsible conference sources said
the Ministers reached agreement
on a cold war "package" plan to
be presented to "he Soviets at
Geneva. The main points were
said to be:
A two-way take-lt-or-leave-it
reoly to Russia's Berlin ultimatum.
The West will propose either uni unification
fication unification of the whole city : under
four-power guarantees or mainten maintenance
ance maintenance of the West's existing rights
15th IID's Chief
Of Staff Heads
For Retirement
Capt. A. R. St. Angelo, chief
of staff of the 15th aval District
for the last 36 months heads for
the States this week and retire
ment from the Navy.
The veteran submarine officer
is scheduled to lavea by air Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. He is going to Betheseda Naval
Hospital in Maryland for a final
check-up before retiring some
time before June. 30.
Traveling on temporary duty
orders, the captain will leave his
family here and return for them
following his hospitalization, he
said.
Named to succeed him, prob'
ably' in June, is Capt. William S
Howell.
Upon his retirement St. Angelo
will be closing out, a career that
has spanned more than 30 years
and- two wars.
j St. Angelo and his wife Beverly
have two sons, Dike 11, and Mark
At a reception in his honor last
Saturday -night, St. Angelo was
feted by the staff off Iceds of the
15th Naval District.
The veteran Navy captain with
the soft word and easy charm
was toasted by his oldest friend
and 'Naval Academy classmate,
15ND commandant Rear Adra.
George Wales.
Brigitte Plans
To End Romance
With Sacha Distel
:' :r' .'
' PARIS fUPIV-Attention men!
A communique issued from her
Paris headquarters yesterday re reported
ported reported Miss Brigitte Bardot has
ended her romance with young
gun arise aacna uisrei.
The- terse' statement by Miss
Bardot's secretary saidt
"Mademoiselle!. Bardot lias
asked me to inform the press that
she has broken off all' relations
with Sacha Distel.' . 1
Scores of callers tramped to
Miss Bardot s fashionable part part-ment
ment part-ment to get more details, but she
was unavailable for comment.

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Foreign

On EasWest Pdlicy

in West-Berlin under agreement
with the East Germans on the un
derstanding that they acted as a-
gents of the Soviets, under tne sec
ond alternative a UN 1 observer
wuold be placed in Berlin:
A phased security system m an
area I'or .Europe inai sou wouia
have to be defined. This would m m-elude
elude m-elude inspection of arms and ar
mies in this zone.
At a later date, an agreement
to put ceilings on arms and forces
in this zone, provided substantial
progress is made, toward German
reunification.
Free all-German elections at
some stage in the reunification.
Free all-German elections at
some stage in the.' reunification
process.
An outline or tne Droaa princi
ples for a future German peace
3700 Will Resume
III
Classes Monday
In CZone Schools
Classes will be resumed m all
Latin American schools in the
Canal Zone Monday morning when
more than 3.700 students are ex
pected to report to their respec
tive classrooms.
All students, including those wno
have enrolled early, have been
instructed to report on opening day
at 8:30 a.m. Pupils in grades kin
dergarten through six will be -dismissed
for the remainder of the
day as soon as they have conv
pleted their registrations.
Ail jumur auu icuiui iu&m yuuvui
students will be dismissed at 10
a.m. it was announced by the di
vision of Schools.
Children who were five years
of age on April 1, 1959,; are eligi eligible
ble eligible for kindergarten and children
who were six years of age on that
date are eligible for the .first
grade. 1 ..j
During the past week, adyance
registrations of new pupils de desiring
siring desiring to enroll in the Latin Ame American
rican American schools have been received
in all the Latin American school
offices. 1
Students for these schools who
are residents of the Canal Zone
and who have, not enrolled pre previously
viously previously were requested to : call
with a parent' or guardin to com complete
plete complete the necessary papers in or order
der order to avoid the rush of opening
Regular classes will begin Tues
day in all Latin American schools.
The school year in, the Latin
American schools in the Canal
Zone has been geared to that in
Panama with the mid-term vaca vacation
tion vacation scheduled for September 12
through 20, The school year will
end February 3, i960,
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Actor Bankrupt
Woman Complains
LOS ANGELES' (UPI) Actor
John Ireland filed a list of his
liabilities yesterday with his bank
ruptcy petiton w his debts to
taled $296,142 against assets if
$112,900.

Negro Rape Suspect Gives Up;
Victim's Identification Vague

QUITMAN Ga. (UPI) A 24-year-old
white 'woman raped by
a Negro failed to identify tod!
a young suspect who had surren surrendered
dered surrendered secretly while 300 volun volunteers
teers volunteers conducted a manhunt for
him.
Sheriff W. R, Jones of Broods
County said the suspect, Jesse
Graham, 17, was removed from
a secret hideaway and placed in
a ponce lineup at Tnomasvuie,
near this South Georgia town.
Jones quoted the, woman as
saying Graham generally fits the
appearance of her attacker but
"did not tajk like him." Jones
said Graham had alraady estab established
lished established a seemingly tight alibi.
The weman, who cennet be.
publicly identified ondr Geor Georgia
gia Georgia law, told autherltles her at attacker
tacker attacker Md her 'his name was
"Jest Graham,"
Graham surrendered; while a
posse scoured the area late Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday for (he attacker. He .was
moved to the Jail at Thomaiville
"for his owe safety." I,
Graham virtually convinced the
sheriff he had been working in a
garage two miles way at the
time of the late-afternoon attack
and, according to Jones, supplied
leads on four other possible us
pectS. : :.' '; .; '''
This did net nean Immediate
freedom fer Graham,, however.,
Th sheriff said he would be
hold' on n onconhected charge
- suspicion of steeling tun from
Wond.s !"; .y j 1 ..::'-'
"We're right back .where we
started from," Jones sald "He
looks, like ne's plumb innocent..;

An estimates soo persons, some

Minister

'reaty. The idea of a draft peace
treaty text, originally suggested by
the United States, was dropped.
Tokyo Commander (
Oullines Women's
Styles For AF
TOKYO (UPI) The U.S. Air'
Force has advised women of the
American military community in
Tokyo to stay out of public- places
if thev wear 'abbreviated cloth
ing" inarm weather. f
"Shorts, pedal pusners, lters
and the like are designed for wear
at times and in places reserved
for ease, comfort and relaxation,"
the bulletin saw.
"Thev are inappropriate for
street wear and in such military
places as : eommissanes, ex exchanges
changes exchanges dubs, messes and the theaters.
aters. theaters. 1 '$"' "'
"Slacks poorly fitted to. figures
and figures poorly fitted to slacks
are combinations that lend little
grace to any public occasion or
building." Tv
The message, signed ; by Col.
Charles W. Johnstone, command commander
er commander of the Support Wing at Fuchu
Air Station,' went to "the women
of the Tokyo- military commu-
i.-m li il-!j IU
nity earuer onis monta., -It
said it was hoped there would
be "no need for additional regula regulations
tions regulations or restrictions," 1
Fernando Henriquez
Named Manager of
Agendas .Cosmos, S.A.
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'For 20' years; Fernando Henri-
quez has been associated wiui uie
automobile business in Panama
and' the United States. His expe
Hence encompasses all aspects of
this) type of complex enterprise,
whose success demands dynamic
leadership based on sound business
practices. Fernando Henrique?
meets these requirements in a
very high measure. '
As okrt of a reorganization aim
ed at larger volume of sales and
imnroved service to the public, A
gencias Cosmos, S. A. have named
Fernando Henrique! President President-Manager.
Manager. President-Manager. With: their gilt-edge
franchises Ford-Taunus. Ed Ed-sel.
sel. Ed-sel. Land Rover. Genuine Ford,
Mercury, Edsel and Lincoln Parts
and now with the vast expe
rience of their new Director, Agen
ciaa Cosmos has in hand the for
mula for certain success: first-rate
products handled with ability and
Integrity. Advt
of them carrying shotguns,
joined sheriff's deputies and state
patrolmen Tuesday night in
searching" the pine woods and
swamp area near where the al
leged attack occured on the
banks of a private fishing pond
about four miles east of here.,
'Graham's parents- phoned
the home of Sheriff R. W. Jo,
jios to surrender tho youth
The asked tho Jones, who was
out -directing the search, to
come alone so as not to attract
attention
The sheriff's wife radioed the
message and Jones picked up the
boy.
The youth was taken to an un undisclosed
disclosed undisclosed jail "for his own safe safety."
ty." safety." Authorities said the search
party was orderly, but they
wanted' to take every precaution
against violence.
The alleged attack occurred in
late, afternoon. The young woman,
said "the first thing I knew he
had rope around my neck."
After -the attack, the woman
went to her home and reported
the, (incident. "Her clothing was
in (pretty bad condition her
father said, "add was torn,"
A doctor who examined her
Said she was "positively raped."
' Word of- the Incident quickly
sparead in tnis small country
town 14 miles from the Florida
border, vand volunteers'1 to : join
the hunt quickly organized.
Graham eluded the search par parties
ties parties and returned to his home a a-bout
bout a-bout two" miles from the fishing
pond, ;, where his family offered
his surrender. :

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PRESENTATION of .American and Panamanian flags fay the
Ambassador of the United States, Julian F. Harrington and
Foreign Minister Miguel J. Moreno, J to William Y. Boyd,
president of the Panamanian-North American Association at
the Inauguration of the Cultural Center ..,. 4 ?

Panamanian-North
Opens New Center
In the presence of many distin
guished guests, professional and
business people,'; the Panamahian Panamahian-North
North Panamahian-North American AssociaUon for
mally opened its new center at 66
Ave, Peju Tuesday evening; J
The traditional ribbon was cut
by Panama's foreign minister Mi
guel J. Moreno jr. who weicomea
the center as "a contribution to toward
ward toward .better understanding be
tween his people and the people of
the United States."
Panamanian and United States
flags were presented to William
Boyd, the president of the center,
Air Force Tells
Congress B-47$
Have Shortcomings
1 WASHINGTON (UPIV-The Air
Force has' told Congress that
structural and fuel shortcomings
of the B47's, which make up
three fourths of the nation
Strategic AiA Command (SAC)i
limit their usefulness for a con continuous
tinuous continuous air alert against- possible
enemy attack. 1
Air Force officers discussed the
pros and cons of, the B47 for air airborne
borne airborne alert duty in testimony be before
fore before a House -appropriations sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee which was .published
this week.
SAC presently numbers ap approximately"
proximately" approximately" 2,000 bombers ltBOO
of which are B47's. Air Force
spokesmen made it plain that
they -favor B52 bombers for SAC
henceforth because of the struc structural
tural structural problems and limited iuel
capacity of the B47's. f
Maj. Gen. M. A. Preston said
one important factor against the
B47 is that it reouires "a very
much greater tanker effort be be-cause
cause be-cause of its limited fuel capabili capability."
ty." capability." "Then we have other cons, such
as the structural problems on the
1)47. and we do not know the full
impact of that as yet,' he added.
"We do not know how long the
B47s Will last."
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American Group
On Peru Avenue

by the Foreign Minister and U.S,
Ambassador Julian Fiske Har
rington.
A feature of the opening was
an exhibition of paintings by
Panamanians and North Ameri
cans. This exhibit will continue
for two weeks and the public is
cordially invited to view if.
Harrington in his brief remarks,
said that "the Dresence of the For
eign Minister was an indication of
President Ernesto de la Guardia's
and the minister's desire to foster
understanding and friendship." The
Ambassador Hciciea: V
"Already this Association has
made a name for itself in the com
munity. It sponsored a concert oy
the- U.S. Air Force Band at the
National Stadium in collaboration
with the Departamento de Bellas
"'It sponsored the presentation ot
"Bodas de Sangre" by Spain's
great contemporary poet and dra
matist. Federico Garcia Lorca.
f'The art. exhibit opening at the
Center today represents another
mutual undertaking as well as the
formal onenina of this bunding,
: "Wpr then is a ; oositive and
determined effort on the part of
nrivate citizens to bring about t
better understanding and friend
ship. It is a distinct pleasure for,
me, mereiore, 10 parucipaie- m
this formal opening and to' con
gratulate all of those who are re?
snonsible for1 estamismng tne cen
ter."1
Tho official ceremony was
poned bv tht center's director,
Joseoh : Uonteen who presented
Boyd, tho president.
- The latter said in his welcom
inf remarks:
'As Persident of the Panama
nian-North American1 Association I
would like to extend a most cor
dial welcome to our Center to all
of you. This Center is dedicated to
cementing the already strong ties
of friendship that unite the peonle
of the Republic of Panama with
the people of the United States of
America through an even, better
understanding of each other and
of each others cultures.
" "We hope that you will alVmake
use of this Center, and we shall
look forward to seeing you here
often."
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Locks will be back in 'service Sun.".!
day morning and lockage opera"

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tions will, re vert to normal proca-
dures, R. C. Stoekham,i'Chief oC k
the Locks Division. Jias announe

ed in a memoradum.A''U-
The Pacific Locks have been
operatinj on, i JJ4-hour schedulsj
suice January during power cob
version work. During this; periodC
oen traffic lane- at 'sithM' PHr
Miguel or Miraflores has been u' s
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service for, most of ; the timej" J

Tho work at both sets of leeks?!
has not boon completes) -ond thai.
contractor is preparing to mevo" 5
to Gatun Lock wher work willH
begin during May. ,: 1
The operates crews at Pedrfi
Miguel Locks will be on-duty
from 8 o'clock in the mnrnini

til midnight, beginning v Sunday
while Miraflores Locks ; oneraii il t

wiU be from 7 a.m, until mid;
night. ,i

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hour, operation with five operate
in? crews as a "present. Stockham"

announced. , 1

The traffic lane at Rahin ill
presently out of service dnrim a-

overhaul test which requires th

fij" uiamDer mere to be empty
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next Week and nn verttnn i

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completionr foil-completionr by June 7. 7
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into operation.

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wim, tne new ppsts, -the. DEW
Une runs for more, than 3,009
miles across the toj of the conEi.
nent from midway out of tho
Aleutian chain to Baffin Island o
the east coast of Canada. Another
extension: is beta built

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The-DEW line is intended to
give- the North American ir de-.
fense command two to there
hours warning of any approach-'
ing bomber 'attack iverthe "top
of the world" on Canada and the
United States,' y ,;
A far more, advanced radar sys system
tem system is being erected in the far
north to detect and track ballistic
missiles, i -,
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