The Panama American

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

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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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endecringloriously yesterday. This
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ture adventure whose' whole conCeptien wais
false froni the beginning. ';:' ,'
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chronistic; anachronistic; it as a throwback t.
. the. days : of ,."banate,republier
and opera -:bouffe revolutions: "4' ,
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tits lpivernmont of. Prosidont'do
la Guerdia wes-.istich r thot it
. might -Nave.. aUtioadod. In that
'coati-, tho :' gonsequentoe, zwould
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Panami hitt, tho whole, inter-., :
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, 'the :Cuban Invaders were misguid misguid...
... misguid... .ed adyenturert-who, reallr:thought
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'' froM e tvranntand that tbe peo people
ple people wmild raily to their-side.,
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ioom to have taktti part.
', ,-.I.n the background was a Pon Pon.
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minoring" PPPositiolvAaction trY
big to evorthroW the de la Guar-.
dim, govornment, end take,' power.
' Ctibit,:' Which 'started by, offering
. bespitaliti in January to, all exiles
, end revolutionaries., Was, the', pose
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., It had to collaese because it, was
:, unreal.; The de la Guardialgovern Guardialgovern'
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peoular opnositiok .:... ,,..,'i ... ..,;
, Cuba had no desire to',1.5 att in invasion
vasion invasion base egainst Panama, et to
dot, eor Weaken. the Organitation
of American States., The invaders
were not Anil!, invoived in a lost
- cause; there watt I no' : tittle for
which to 'fight. 1: ...:.,' ''',. -....7 .,.,,.,
, ,That all thio could,. nevertheless,
bithiten Jr a reflietion of the ilea,
trifyingl' influence of the-Ctiban
revolution.v. ',.' ',',.,.'. '.. !.. -4
:'Itt lb' ftrit biright flush of litt, I
tomeh ,end exaltation .lt ,soomed
', et if digtatora and aupoosetklit.
store ,could be "swept from tow.'
or, there ,were romateit end he.
Isittil,10 the ,Ceribbeet-eir. ,
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,, eubtottcwhich the .'Paritmattion'
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come out, of such ,atutitmos here.'
. ,,' The 'incident, at least oet ittedo
' :,the,, Organization 4,,of ,,:'', Am icon
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. thy of unity in tbe.eause of De ce.,
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PEOPLE OF NOIVIBRE DE DIOS wavesad faresVell,,to rebels Who made themselves- popular
there during their live-day Toccopation of the town Whose last excitement was provided 'by
Ilanois Drake, lily' contrast, the National- Ouard occupation'-forces which moved ;in altero the'
Tebels oailed --off tetvards-jati tot L-notably,litle nt reception. ;

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Panama Canal officials are high,
ly pleased with the' time-saving
methods being developed in the ex experimental
perimental experimental locks overhaul now in
,progress at Gatun locks, it was an announced
nounced announced 'yesterda at Balboa
Heights.
The -critical test of the new'over
haul methodthe lifting of the gate
leaves by the floating, crane, Her-'
culeswas. passed this vyeek. The
two upper gate leaves of ,rniddle
thamber were lifted without inci incident
dent incident and both have now been "drY
docked" in the upper chamber for
overhaul work on the gates end the
replacement of pintles and hollow
quoin plates in the lock walls. ,,,
' The lifting of the second gate
log was witnessed this week by.
Gov.'W.,E. Potter, Marine director
Capt. W. 8, Rodimon, and other
Canal officials., ' 4
The overhaul 'we is beill done
under the direct supervision of
'William A, Van Siclen, Jr., surier surierintended
intended surierintended of Gatlin locks, 'whotiOld
the ,Governor that liftinrof one rif
the gate leaves by the new 'method
requited 'only one work shift,' as
ecimPared 'with 30 ,,, normlly're normlly'reqUiredwhefi
qUiredwhefi normlly'reqUiredwhefi the gates are lifted
and removed, for, overhaul by hy hydraulic
draulic hydraulic jacks.' .'; ,, ' '
''' Each, of the 'gate leaves' lilted
this ,'weelt' by the 250-ton floating
cranel1wieghs '74S tons, but.", since
they ere cmistructed to provide
bouyancy,, the total Weight, lifted
Was pnly 211 tons;'I'After being lift lifted
ed lifted ofr,their pintlesthe leaves were
moved IMO the 'nutter chamber and
mieced 0 4aAlel, blocks" oreviously
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ro, 'itInt,:.tletel 'blocks consist
o t1 maned, effete foundations
rolitlild. by r m 6 veble steel
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tal overhaul Vitt normal,proce- "It is expected that time can te
dures, thc steel heams will be saved by lining up all the bearing
placed by divers which Will obithite plates in the walls and Olt the gate
the necessity if unwaterintand re- leaves at the same time. In past
filling ,the,4 deMber,,,before, the ,overhaul work, the wall..,plates
gates are removed.-. werclirst lined up and gate plates
the current issue of, The ratia-,, Were-then aligned to, the wall
ma Canal Review describes 'the ex.k,platea,;
perimental overhaul Inethodillid 1 "Ail work is schodulod for corn.

ells' ',what, is expected ,,tto., be ,ak ?photon about May, 22. The Lecke
chieved., Pertincor:virts octhe' continuo with ono lane out of
Review article are ciuote as folk cconaletien of Pow
lows: ' ;or cenvorsion woik Aber.
"it is ostimotad thet thc nest '!.'Thelnethod 'being used in lift liftprocedure
procedure liftprocedure con reduce the tints of Mg the' gee leaves differi corn.
,,,35 working days required for the: pletely' from that,' Used in'.0 Lock
overhaul if the gates in the past Overhatils of the, past, ;When the
to, Of ostimatod 21 working tioYS'; Canal l"bake were Arid' overhauled
fee each lane of ,traffic,, durhaL 1n1929, 'it was decided to empty
width time hipping ,,,,, Must be the,lock chamber, and lift the gates
bandied through enctraffie lane- off their.' pintles by big hydraulic
","Witb' the Canal ,orerating at dts jacka.:.,This Method has since been
Present high peak,' thli reductiun uoed lock 'overhauls. ,",
outrage time will' be 'an ritiumf prodedtire,for the oVer.
tent factor ,in reducing delay costa haul 'or the gates As ,one of the
to' shlopinalduring ,,Locks oyerhaul many itepo ,heinfo't token 'to' speed
neriods -which occur (VICO ',fever ti the",,niovement ',of Canal traffic'.
flue years at each Of the tocks."', The plats, was evOlved throuall the
, ivrhe 'gate .leeves 'being :over. cooperative effort-Of an engineer.
!mule& now: were scheduled te" be ing gaff Of the Bftglnetrint And
removed during 'tbo '; overhaul gonstruction. Bureau ond the per.
of Gatun Locks.; ,,Therefore, the tine staff of the Afarine' Bureau,
tresent work will mean a reduction Principally personnel of ,the 'Lock,i
In the overhaul period 'Inio years ,"
from" now during Which 'one 'traffic, ,
taro would -have, been g .1 C I
Pne greliminarg murk, for' the !,,sp7 1.111 if 717'"N ftVC r
Ittorimentat gide overhatd began ar,, a f.'s., ?g
Aoril 18 at 'Gatun when tbe upper 7 :1 5111 11 LI
cbomber surem'ntied for the ht: ;.'1111e'Zsiovy destroYer':1,11A Bich.
stallation nrconcrete, bloCks,,, ono ard S. td,rordt .11 ootio,litled to
steel beaMs which' win be used 'In visit 7, the ;stbmus .:),Jrietly next
much the same manner ',118-4.keel week, : ,
blocks are used .14 ArydoeltIng t The 'Edwards' is due to arrive
able. Balboa early Tuesday morning
fThe 'overh4111 Work inchides the from Valparaiso, ,Chile, end will
replacement et ouoin and" Jniter leave, the next day; for San Diego,
nlates on' the gate leaves. ,and The; 'thin ,' will 'be...berthed
low quoin Plates on the lock wally; tit, Rodman Navel Station.,
replacement of the nintica: normal 'Commanded by f' Cdr. o'R
overhaul Work On the '4,11114 L'Ivis the 'Edwards hoe a comple
some chirping and repainting of eent of '13' officer" and 240 en enthe
the enthe gate leaves...7', 4 noted mem.

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As planes. and vessels of four nations patrolled the approaches to Panama today, the council '
of the Organization of American States (0AM) in Washington called a meeting to decide whether
to aiithorize OAS forces to halt-and inspect US and Latin American ships approaching ranama. .- :
. -The.government of President Ernesto de la 'Guardia Jr. has' told the OAS two more vessels .,
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laden, with revolutionary soldiers of fortune from Cuba are expected here'. By early this 'afternoon
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,there''has been no sighting reports from the OAS searchers'. -1--
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:ties.: s yet ,the Cuban revolutionaries have; not had any .: : ':01il;P:',':44g.:)i;i':;-','1:;:::Q1g,:;:''.'.1,:::',11:' '''';'"1;i:'...:'"Si;'''i '.;';',;
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man iay,,,tne maximawseatence, whatever the charges, .';,;-.,;'4$7,:k':',.- : .,:
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cald be,,;0 years iritprionment with -deportation at the 1 :.:.,:,,':::'-.1
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la'stitior'n'ing,''afcariqur itmg revolutionaries, the Cubans Lo-:k,;- :,,,;,.:,,. : :,,.,!,,,::,, ,,,,
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, their ability to drive throtigh- any opposition ,the National ':,: ..s.:2.;';;,'":!..q:'4:4 lit: '.::'44.,t.','",04 4::i. ,: :
,Gaard,'eeild' mount and, arrive ViCtorious in Ponam6 City. ''. '- ;',':i;';;;...4:t.,1,...,,.403:-.,::...,:,..,...,,,.,:,.;.:0:gsRki lis-:;:',::: ,:'
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Defense CoMmittee.'"- Recruiti ,nqw total. 3811,''' National
Oyart$ ;apt, M,' To,Vat. and it toam of military school
graduates ara training theni at the National Stadium. Just
what part thiti,, group, nov?,.at battalion, strenght, will play
In the 'country's' defenses has not been'made clean. Train Training'
ing' Training' has, not.yet inclucled,the use of 'firearms, it is under undertpod.
tpod. undertpod.
WOMen recruiti have been asSigned to such auxiliary
Units, as first aid sections'.
t government spokesman has stated that first steps
In organizing the defense committee were definitely taken
tefore theqebels' unconditional surrender at Nombre de
los,

Post-surrender activity yester yesterday
day yesterday included the storming of the
Nombre de Dios beach by a Na National
tional National Guard detachvent as the
surrendered rebels floated offshore
on the landial barge which WaS to
take them to the roadhead, en
pule to jail.
N, OAS offjcials and the consider considerOble
Oble considerOble body of newsmen who had
been wandering peacefully about
,the sleepy hamlet for hours pre pre'
' pre' rviously were startled by the vig vigor
or vigor with which the Notional Guard
MO Vett 'in ti,cipture the unoccu
pied town..
, The request for authority to halt
and inspect ,Panama-bound ship shipping'
ping' shipping' was 'made to the OAOS coun countit
tit countit yashinCton yesterday by the
five-nation, OAS commission which
came bere'to stop 'Cuba-based in inNtisions
Ntisions inNtisions directed at overthrowing
de Guardia.
I .1 Commission chairman Fe nan nando
do nando Lobo said, tho Ponamenien
government 'silted foe' the mow:-
Pre because It feared' That addr:
Venal invaciine ;forces would try
4 land in Panama during the
'twookencl.
- The councittodl; no action on the
- request Ayesterday' because it did i
L not ppm clear,-
: Since then, diplomats said, the
' request has been clarified to pro pro,
, pro, vide for the search only in Pana Pana5
5 Pana5 manian territorial waters and not
0 on the high sees.
Urtiguaan ambassador Julio 'A.
Lacarte, tiding chairtnan of the
" council, declined ). to predict the
! eOuncil decision on the matter.'
' Noweler, other sources said they
felt the council woul'd go ,along
e with any requeit made by the Pan Pan,
, Pan, truian government.
The throat here Wed consid,,
' orably yesterday after 85 men
It and a woman lathe had sailed
from Cuba, surrendered after
alegotiating with the OAS team
headed by Lobo.
,.11owever. diplomats in Washing Washington
ton Washington noted thst previous Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian information on the invasion
threat frona Cuba had been am am-
- am- rate and the' the PanItillfininn rOV
ertment still fears that two boat boatloada
loada boatloada Of invaders will be nearing
the coast this weekend.
e Per that rgason thev are likely
g to go along with the Panamanian
recutest for inspection of ships
'Inspection of suspicious ships
d Woultt probably be done by the
twa US .naval wessels made a
t vallable to the OAS.
.In its request, Lobo's OAS comi-
tpittee also asked the council to
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til Monday in order to deal with
any emergency that might arise
should the searching of vessels re result
sult result in an armed clash.
The council agreed to this re request
quest request yesterday.
Cuban ambassador to the OAS,
Raul Roa, maintains that no oth.
er invasion ships have sailed
from Cuba, despite the Panama.
Man charges that hvo mord' left
early this week.
However, diplomats in Washing Washington
ton Washington speculated that even if the two
shipa, did set sail, they may have
turned back, in view of the failure
of the,. initial invasion force.
The capitulation of the Nom Nombre
bre Nombre de Dios invaders was an announced
nounced announced officialIV by Lobo,
announcement came three
hours, atter the eitpiration' of a
Panamanian Rovernment ulti ultimatum'
matum' ultimatum' to the rebels to sur-I
render at 1 p.m.'or face Iiquida Iiquidae,
e, Iiquidae, tion.
For the previous 24 hours the
invaders' beachhead in Nombre
de Dios had been' virtually cut
off from possible reinforce reinforcements.
ments. reinforcements. It was hemmed in on
the grOund by National-Guard.
units, and under constant vigil vigilance
ance vigilance from US alt and Navy
forces working for the OAS.
The surrender terms were ar
ranged between the five-man
OAS fact-finding team and four
rePresentatives from the invad invaders,
ers, invaders, headed by commandant Ce
Brookivn Writer,
Scientist Gets
Red Piiice Prize
LONDON't1I131) Premier Ni Nikita
kita Nikita Khrushchev and ti. S. scien4
tist-writer William Edward' Dit Ditbola.
bola. Ditbola. 91. are among fivP nersons
awsrded Lenin Peace Prizes for
1959, Moscow Radio announced
yesterday, ',,
Other winners were Otto Ruch Ruchwitz,
witz, Ruchwitz, an E,ast German labor lead leader;
er; leader; Ivor Montagu, a British news newspaperman,
paperman, newspaperman, and a Greek writer
illentifild only as Kostas.
The winners were selected by
the Committee of Internationql
Lenin Prizeg for Pesc., (tnrmorlv
Ille Stalin Peace Prizes) which
met in Moqeow this week, Radio
Moscow said.
Dubois lives st 31 Grace Court,
Brooklyn, N. Y.

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BEARDLESS BUT BEAUTIFUL, Julia Herrera, 24, was the only,
t land with the Cuban rebels and to surrender with then
yesterday Julia's measurements are not immediately available
but her hips are conspicuously 45caliber that is, complete with
holsters and gunbelt.
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sar Vega. who were flown to
Albrook 'Thursday night from
their beachhead at Nombre de
Dios for negotiations.
This Morning a group of women
marched on the Presidential
Palace demanding that no safe
copduct guarantee be issued to Ro Robert
bert Robert Arias, who is at present in
political asylum in the Brazilian
embassy.
Brazilian ambassador Jorge La Latour
tour Latour has aPplied for a safe conduct
guarantee for Arias to fly to exile
in- Brazil. The government has not
yet acted on the application.
President le la Gnardia told the
marchers this morning that he a agreed
greed agreed with them that "the foreign
mercenaries wh4 invaded our soil
qhoold be punished."
He apPeared to indicate that he
also agreed with them that there
sboyid be no safe conduct guaran guarantee
tee guarantee for Arias.
Last night a big crowd of wom women.
en. women. many of whom arrived in
high-priced Fars. demonstrated for
some hours outsid,e the Brazilian
embasaY residenceln Cangrejo,
Ivhere Arias is refused.
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.0,1hp,!1.10!..!0-04..y .,.,.
wo,..!t: 4,,Oiilthes
The heaviest rain since laqt
Nevember drrechod the Pacific
side lresterday. The meteordio meteordio'skid
'skid meteordio'skid and Hydrographic branch
at Balboa He lehts reciorted tho
rainfall amounted to 4.31 Inches.
The heavy -rain yesterday was
not minaret and other weather
stations across tho Isthmus re reported
ported reported lighter downpours or none
at all
The rainstorm was tho first
of the year of any importance
at Balboa and other Pacifi:
terminal aomeunitios, a14hough
world light rains have been
recorded during the past two
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Vega stated at this time that Dr,' T'
Roberto Aris2, whose name bait
been linked in government eirCiel
with Vega's expedition, had nOth,:b
jng whatever to do with the proj,..
ect. Others of the Cuban reine10-1,4r
tionaries saki that at no time durt 4-
ing their training in Cuba beforl
sailing had they seen Arias.
They. said they received theit
doctrination in the politics of Pen.
ama from Ruben Miro, student ',
leader Andres Cantillo, and expedl
tion leader Enrique Morales, who'
was drowned in the, first lauding
attempt near Playa Colorada. This
trio persuaded them Panamawas
a military dictatorship. Miro was
acquitted of the assassination of
President Jose Remota. Morales is
a son of Panama's present tsitiet
jugtice, Ricardo4Morales.
Vega and his lieutenants agreed
to surromlor unconditionally and
roturnod to Nombre do Dios,yesi,
torday morning to submit 'the ;
terms to tho rost of the invader
It was artranged for vega to IsY
colt a white sheet in Nombre 'de
Dios as a signal that the men !lad
accented the terms and would'ab
low Panamanian forces to' enter :'
the beachhead and accept the Sur Surrender.
render. Surrender. ,
A renort that PaniiMantan', 4.Na44-
tienat Cuatd Units' had foiloht
invadeis bent on iolltratinfr
the surrptIllding biti fOr ,k while bad
dampened the hone ,of PAntInlit
nian government officials for en
unoonditional buirl'entler, '
Powever. Col, Adolf green. thalf44'1
ed States membee of tbo 0Aq
itary teem who flew to Vornbre d 4
Dint with Vega and hit lientenonts :
said .on bitt!!teturn bete tbat Vibes
eltnressed denbt of the report when
asked about it.
Green said Vega told. him he
was confident hi still had full cen cent:el
t:el cent:el over his Men.
Wary Pedals' Guard ,officiata
busily took nrecantions to forestall
a pooqible 1.14 plinytto trick at the
belehhead, They indicated that ear.
erything had been in readiness ta
move in and liquidate the invaders
If necessary.

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In your Monday edition of The Panama Amerrcan your pa pa'
' pa' per made a big blunder.
M a subscriber to your paper for the last three years, I have
Ilotiaed numerous misnrints and erroneous captions under photo photographs
graphs photographs and have often wondered about the efficiency of your
, type setters and production personnel. It would seem that a
riewspaper with a circulation as large as yours would put forth
a greater effort to present the news as received in your office.
The reason for this gripe is due to the fact that I, the un undersigned.
dersigned. undersigned. have been chosen to represent the Army at the A American
merican American Legion 40th Birthday Ball to be held May 9. The cap caption
tion caption beneath the picture that was published in your nape: April
27, indicated that I was the "Outstandinq Airman" chosen to
represent the Air Force at the American Legion Ball. However.
this cannot be true as I have been a member of the US Army for
quite a number of years and never have in my career been as assigned
signed assigned or attached to the Air Force, which I feel is a great ser ser"ice
"ice ser"ice alao.
request that the picture run in i,he Mo 'Hay Oition of The
Panama American be:reprinted with the correct caption Ps -fueStished
tn your paner bAr the TISARCARIll Information Officer,
along with an apology for said mistake.
Ralph F. Browning
MSgt., US Army.

Sir:
If Army MSet Ralrh Browninc mints to get hiMself out
of the walkina elith and into Pri effective nuclear-90'e fictting
force like the Air Force be will hRve to do more than ;et himself
ebosen Airman of thn month Th- Air FOr(!t. authorities do not
yet accent R picture Irt thA PFITIPMIL American as ,envivalent to
ta, enlistment apnlicetion. rrowninc will bave to make his an-,
plicatim, in the umal wav Men. if Rnd when our recrUitine
authorities decide that his years omong the cannonballs have
not te03,11" rit'SPA his mind trt military and Scieritific progresS,
we'll think about accepting him.
lAlbrook.

GUNS AND VOTES

The USA like Groece of ancient (Jaya la an 00tstanding eNarnrile
of modern dem-rifle government With the excention of brief
nerind in the roitldite of the nineteenth centiiry when the slavery
P"""gro swent the eountrv Into eiyii wnr the nrenriv deyelonment
es eonstitntion has never been imnaired. Like England the Unit United
ed United States of America bag rrinverl continitplly In a constitutional path pathway
way pathway ridiustiest her institntinns constantly ,and cautiously to the
changing needraind conditions.
" the TTnited'Atintes of America gives !fa nentzln'nnt
est social and Political rights, but an enviable econortile security,
that itt almost full aemnloyment. thP finest medicII services given
anywhere. decent housing. and the greatest cailtural and edlicational
onnortunitiet ever given to "Man." When T was attending Colitmbia
University, I lived it and took it nermanentiv to my mind. heart.,
'and body. Later on. noon ernduPting and attending the University
of London and Manchester in England T knew wrinid stiffer-In Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. hitt I came hack full of idepls nnd nrblect4. fitinking that Twa's'
going to hein solve mir nroblems. The mivertkent anon nlaCcol me
also in the same nositinn ps my other romnptrints, confusion,
in fear of not pnly want, but fear of expressing myself.
It is inconceivable that the American natinn namelv the United
Statea of America. whore citizens so timidly and rightfully say "I
aro American who PninV a legacy sn rich. that he today is, forget forgetting
ting forgetting what other neonle asnire what they have so enjoyed fnr
144 years. iefliev or the United States unvernmenh so oreptly
conceived and ereated and prntected by men slich as Thomas' Jef Jefferson.
ferson. Jefferson. John Ariarna, James Madison, John Hancock, Reniamin
Franklin. Abraham Lincoln and so manv nther great Americans.
and which wag based on sueh famous slogana as- "Give Me Liberty
Or Give MP Death" and vim hPs adonted Voltal
INM011,q (MPR (MPRtion
tion (MPRtion "I might not Peree with what yen say Nit eive Inv life for
your right to sav it," today denies the newsnaner boy, the shoe shoeshine
shine shoeshine boy, the laundress' daiighter, the Inbornes son. the noliee,
mon's son. that is the raasea of noverty-stricken Panainanians the
right tn liberty and the right to say it.
, The Panamanian shoeshine bov is the buffer hetween the United
States of Ameries and rommunist Russia. In the CATIA1 the children
of fyir American neighbors, pre bursting with hanpiness, their
, cheeks are the rioter of sn onolo, they nre tired of ice cream cones
sine Pf their trievcies: they eninv their innocence as God menet it
tobe. One seea American high schonl students sinning sodas in
tho clubhouses, full of life, health and happiness as God meant it
tole.
few yards across the border nne sees disease-stricken, and
potbellied babies Pill of hookworm playing in filth. One sees the
-wirried and anguished face of the mother, and the father as he
loaves to hustle a bare sobsistence morsel. In short the masses of
Ptinama know nothing but privation, poverty and abuse.
6. Yes. the teenagers who grow into manhood when you Atriericans
are Rucking ice cream cones are raying with their lives because Un Uncli
cli Uncli Sam hat' made them the buffer between Communist Russia and
the Tinited States of America.
On that falefiti day of May 22, 1958, Uncle Sam helped tn de deprive
prive deprive of life adnlencents, teenagers, even babies and the aged be because
cause because they asked for liberty and their right to may it.
:: To the government of the United States of America, I beg not
mnnev or the trims that thev are so generously giving, but merely
help in getting some of that rich legacy given tn you by Thomas Jef Jefferson,
ferson, Jefferson, one nreserved by Abraham Lincoln that yoti are today de denying
nying denying us. When and if such a legacy is even begun to be given us,
yoti need not arm the Panamanian National Guard to subjugate us
ant further. Yes, it would even be cheaper in terms as money not
connting lives.
; It is a worn out theme to talk of-the oligarehy of Panama, but'
before ending I wish to state that the government of Panama, that
the USA is upholding with guns, denied us up to seven days ago the
right to be elected. They had an absurd law that to form a political
party 20.000 registered voters were needed. After innumerable
deliths of teenagers by the National Guard, the government a few
days ago lowered it to 5000 voters.
1, would like to remind the famous politielans of Panama, wheth whether:they
er:they whether:they be of the government or the corritrited opposition of the foie
baring: jin England a nomination to Parliament requires no pritna pritnary14,or
ry14,or pritnary14,or convention, all that is needed on the nrescribed day Is to file
with the returning officer a paner setting forth his name, residence,
and business or profession. together with the names and addressest
Of,,two registered voters ef the eonstituency who pronose him and
second bim And of eight others who assent' and '1 dePosit of 150
pounds sterling to be forfeited unless he receives more than one
eighth of the total vote cast in his constituency on polling day. That
la,the only safeguard against frivolous candidates.
',' The solution to our nroblems can be made Fitrble'; but guns ney neyerhave
erhave neyerhave solved any problem, the history of manitind has proven that."

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BY. ROB E for RVARK . :
felt kind t ',satia'lhe Other
day, when Oklahoma !.:-avent:., wet
, anu my triend Jim Lticas wrote wrote&
& wrote& piece about Pete the' bootlegger
teeling betrayed, Petehad been -a
bootlegger tor SO years' and 'all
-of smitten spurious mOrality Yank.
ed the rug out teem unsleirhire,
Somehow,- I ,always cottned
bootleggers, possibl because for
a short 1, Thistle& 'a little'',
bathtub gin myself, when-I was
yearning for an education': Alt
I' like the idea of the drtinkest
State I know Oklahoma-hav-
ing been legally sober for 52 years
going straight. I always fancied
Mississippi, too, because when its
Gold Coast was legally dry, you
could buy mixed drinks in any
saloon during the war, and the
booze was always good.' I know,
because when I was learning how
to be a Naval oeficer, just outside
, of Gulfport, I lived in what a amounted
mounted amounted to a house of ill fame
which was parked just in front
of the main storehouse for the
' gulf's sunply of banded hooch
and just behind a gambling joint.
Somehow I seem to have writ written
ten written that one before, but in case
You don't remember, Mama and
and a flock ,of other Naval fa:.
milies couldn't find any place ,to
live exceet this here motel-type
fancy house, in frontof the booze
hin, and just behind the cran
tables. I never met a nicer bunch
or prostitutes and bootleggers and
stickmen in my life.
The "ladieg" actitally baby-sat
the Naval officers' -kids while the
mamas went to town to shop,' and
occasionally lent a hard-nressed
hero's family a little dough when
the Navy foreot to pav us. The
gambling eentlemen wouldn't let
iis in the gaming rooms., because
they figured we were underpaid
and they didn't want us squander,
ing our sometime moneyor bor-
rowine tno heavily from the plea pleasure
sure pleasure ladies.
We got cut prices on booze from
the wholesale barn out back, and
a common sieht was a Navy wife
trundling Junior along to collect
bottle or so for Satrday night.
He's a big boy now, possible itt
colleee, but the first words Wiling
christopher Triop of Alexandria.
Va., ever snpke. were "ny Crow,"
which hiq nanny. Ciff Ilion,
aq Conic, at the time. Solt Soltkit.
kit. Soltkit. which was voune Christonh Christonher's
er's Christonher's Naval. decienation, literally,
spend most .ot tits e-q,Jy youth in
bureau drawee, like Kavde In
Moon Mullies, but 'that Is' another
story.

Where was I? Oh, bootleggers.
One time I went to Africa to
make a movie and took a photo photographer
grapher photographer with me. I mentioned that
I had done a touch of legging In
Citapel, PTItt thitt some' Of my
itmplv came from a gent who wits
attending Duke University in Dur Durham.
ham. Durham. It turned opt that my phri phritog
tog phritog of 20 yesrs later' was supnly supnlying
ing supnlying the lad in Dur Ifam who was
supolying me. which seemed to
shrink the work' consIderablv, as
T learned this' fact In between
Matt Mau .thrfasetres-ahrl dead' -elenhants
In northern Tenka.
I started out -to eake- a' moral
of illegality.'snd it hes so far evad evaded
ed evaded me. but the obvious moral is
that it's more fun if it's illegal.
When I was go'ng- to sea- as an
ordinary seaman I was th the el elearette
earette elearette Stnurrellno trade in and
aroend Bamberg. Germany, end
made a power. monev
sea stores at' high prices to the
Germans. I ma4- tnuch money
that I nut it all on Joe Louis to
whin Max Schrnellog in the first
fight, and when Max dotted Joe
on the whiskers after the bell of
the 12th round, figured that
crime did not nay, as 1 stiddenly
was completely Mit of moey.
But it did' not bother me that
I was completely out of money
because I had been stealing the
money from Pitler anyhow, and
(Wel that far back I figered A Adolf
dolf Adolf was Ott tO no good. If I had
honestly earned the money mieht
l'ave shot Schmeling, who, after
Louis destroyed 'him In the sec second
ond second fight. 'certainly turned out to
have a Jewish trrandrnother inso-
far Rs the Nazis ware conoerned.
When I am in Snaln I lrnow
'het the cigarets 1 smoke.:and the
1 whiskeY I drink ar, smuegled.
Hnd that olves mp pleasure, for
he smuggling giVag emnlovment
to ne(mie who would rs'I'mtwi'qp
'Preed-to work at P tradn.
ThPre is moral hgrt.. Rg Well.
-.41,1:lt all qoes to Prove that
Oklahoma shnuld have staved drY drYand
and drYand not put honest criminals mit
of work. After all. there are only
rto many Stork Clubs for ex-Okie
bootleggers to run. t

The largest Brit Ish posses-,
sion in the West Indies is the
mountainous. island of ;mai ;maiea.
ea. ;maiea. It lies in the Caribbean Sea
about 180 miles south of Cuba.
A long, narrow island, it meas measures
ures measures about 148 miles from east
to west and about 52 miles
from north to south. With ar
area of 4,411 square miles,
is almost equal in Size to th(
state of Connecticut.
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MAN ABOUT TOWN

Ty Power's widow: and Frank
Sinatra are Hollywood's new To Topic
pic Topic A. His weekend guest at Palm
Springs and Vegas. They are cha chaperoned,
peroned, chaperoned, by Dean Martin and Joe
E. Lewis. .Londoners.on ,Broad ,Broadway
way ,Broadway hear that Sarah Ohruchill. is
smitten with writer Oscar O'Hig O'Higgins...Barbara
gins...Barbara O'Higgins...Barbara Hutton's hutband,
Baron Von Crztrim, is now aggree aggreeable
able aggreeable to. i divorce. His new amour
(as it is amusingly 'called) is
Swedish millionairess Lisa Wen.
nergren...Farouk is trying to,stpla
his daughter's merger plans with
a poor Italian artist. .Rubirosa's
nephew Juan is the la,est captive
of Linda Christian. He has to take
his turn in line. .Starlet Tues--
day Weld is,. sharing, Alan. Ladd,'
Art..'s! -motorcycle,
gan and ,Bardot4, ,latest. discard,,
Sacha Distle, are making herpub herpubfisher
fisher herpubfisher hush.and madder by the'
minute. a girl doll over at
the S. Waynes. Daddy wrote Pres Presley's
ley's Presley's 'latest No. 1 song. :rite
prosperous -Desert, Inn, -(Vegas)
ma3t- he. purchased -by en past
coast .syndicate -for 'over 10- rat,
lion .dollars. The present Manage Management
ment Management will remain.

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Fred Astaire wishes it known
that the many romance items link linking
ing linking him to Barrie Chase, his danc dancing
ing dancing partner, go spurious, "I must
deny them," he writes, Pto keep
the rumors from getting out of
hand again. No romance in mY
life. Too busyi. never lonely".
Molly Bee and Dwayne Hickman
are Tinseltown's newest teen-age
twosome. .Elliot Ness, author of
"The Untouchables,' put Capone
out of business and- into-. jail. be because
cause because he was untouchable
couldn't be bribed. Mr. Ness died
broke. Marion Schafer of the
El Morocco crowd returned F to
modeling after her very briefl
marriage to R. P. Brand. .Those
five 'kisses on the lips of Ave Gad-1
ner and Tony Franciosa in i1,41'he
Naked Maja" film took ten days
to shoot. .Sardi's,'popular bar bartender
tender bartender Ray Tomato weds Rita
Rondone In Aug. .Sometimes.
ver 30 people help formulate Ake
President's speeches. ", 4
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Hollywood, the city ,With '1;000
starlets, is where Joe DiMagglo
dined atone three nights in- 1 tow
at Patsy D'Amore's Villa Capri

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thy Malone must be married
UM tne way they quarreled out
toua at Cate Swiss, beverly
.INancy Sinatra is Eddie ato atoran's
ran's atoran's big date.. .israel has named
a town atter George Jessel. it is
the location for a camp of teen teenage
age teenage girls, tsk-tsk. .Seleae Walters
landed a role in "Pahcho
being filmed in Mexico. Ex-Mayor
Wm. O'Dwyer keeps her trom get getteng
teng getteng too blue. .Martin Sweedey
m--"Destry Rides Again" by
courtesy of a leave ot absence
from the Brooldyn Post Office
Don't. invite director Minch). ,De ,DeCosta
Costa ,DeCosta and producer Larence
Carr to the same party. The feud's
over "Saratoga Trunk."

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Phylips McGuire (McGuire Sis Sisters)
ters) Sisters) picketiTellp. a large diatnond
rintttrie day before sne flew to
&urope with -her fiance. Alas, the
suspected "honeymoon" includes
friends. ,Her sisters assume she
eloped, but nobody will bet on it.
.20th'S "Blue Denim" will be
the first film to deal bluntly with
abortion. ;Marlon- Brand and
Life -ended their feud. The star
said hecouldn't recall what it was
about, anyway. -.Pat Boone and
Ricky Nelson returned the throne
to Elvis Presley, whose "I Need
Your Love Tonight" is No. 1. .Lilo,
featured dancer at the Int'l on B't
.wity, was a press-agent's Girl
Friday 8 months ago. .While her
betrothed is in California, Chris Chrisint)
int) Chrisint) Jorgesen is being cheered
up by Richard Hall, the fabrics
exec. -T)q,ey say Anita Ekberg's
next trip to Vegas may iye for her
freedom.
,.--
Princess Margaret supposedly
told the Queen Moth4r that she'll
be wed by her 30th birthday. She's
28. .Billy Daniels now wears a
white-gray toupee lames Hoffa
is lending one million dollars (of
Teamsters' Union.coin) to-a Veit3s,
Hospital. .S'ewart Granger and
Michael Wilding are no longer
.pals. 'Granger claims Wilding ne never
ver never forgave him for trying to
Itheltt" .the divorce from I
'Taylor?: Granger- says she doesn't
,talk to him,.-ither. Furrier Ha Harold
rold Harold Itussek,,who,can afford it, is
,shoOping lot a Broadway play to
father.-,,Estatabor in her Isst
clivorcet:',9 'should have taken Ce Ce,c11
,c11 Ce,c11 Beafiin's, pdyletwile sairt when
one le. inr.e flop- play in the U. S
:Atte miIst'elthetjtish insantly to

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Jacques Bergerac and Dors-1 Eurppe 9r stert4 new love affair

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But on no account must one get
married."

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The Truman Capote Bonnie
Go lightly lawsuit (oiter his "Break
fastas Tiffany's") may have a
sequel, this time starring Tennes Tennessee
see Tennessee Williams.-The role of a Prin Princess
cess Princess (played by Geraldine Page
in "Sweet Bird") offends a wom woman
an woman with the same name in St.
Louis, ,vhose lawyers are study studying
ing studying her "wonds". In "Sudden "Suddenly
ly "Suddenly Last Summer" Liz Taylor will
appear in a bikini which becomes
transparent after 'a dip in the
water. .SaCtie Preston, Latin
Quarter looker, joins Lou Walters'
girl factory at the Vegas Tropica Tropicana.
na. Tropicana. .Beauty Luise Fletcher (TV
Gulde's cover for March). and
coast ,agent Jerry Rick are 'riot
WO ,Wer know We've. Printed
it nine times already,- but Helen
O'Connell and her husband have
patched it up again. .Steward .Stewardesses
esses .Stewardesses on the Jets are working
harder. Must serve more people
in less time at the same wages.
BaIladeer Al Hibbler's latest
Dedca hit, "rte.'s Always There,"
was written by a Bronx builder
named Dick Sivona. Jane Mc McArthur
Arthur McArthur in the play, "Our Town,"
and actor James Tuttle middle middleaisle
aisle middleaisle in June. Novelist Erskine
Caldwell's word-juggling must
stop for a month, at least. Hand
surgery. It's a girl for the mu music
sic music publisher Stuart Ostrows (song
s'ress Ann Gilbert). Aerie Mc McDonald
Donald McDonald ad Harry Karl aren't
starting that thing all over a again?.
gain?. again?. .0ne of the top fabric
mills will stage a 14-day fashion
show using girls from the B'way
shows. .Song star Jimmie -Rodgers
and his 2-year bride (Colleen
MrClatchey) appreciate their luck.
1When they wed he had to borrow
12 for the license. .Geo. Griz Grizzard
zard Grizzard of "The Disenchanted". show
adores Penelope Coker, a soCialite
on Cleveland Amory's staff.
Cady Barr, headlined "Eve" a along
long along the night club circuit, face
15 years in a Texas prison for
"possession" of narcotics. News Newspaper
paper Newspaper people in Los Angeles told
us they talked with her "and' she
tells a very straighforwart .sto .story".
ry". .story". .Many of the news crowd
feel she got a severe sentence, s
does one of the judges who dis dissented.
sented. dissented. He wrote a 14-pag report
Calling her plight "entrapment."
"frameup" etc. Iler attorney
will appeal to the highest court.
He points out tHat entrapment.
frame or not, the bigfact is that
no one ever got 15 years in prison
for possession only. in fact "pos "possession"
session" "possession" cases usually get 10 days
to sex months. .They very young
strinper was not charged with "us "using"
ing" "using" or "pushing."
' Hedy Lamarr's interesting
ottote: "I'll have men firends a'
gain, but 'on my standards and
wi'h my rules. A woman can spoil
a friendship if she's too good tr
s man". .T.Arnn Ross of ,"First
Impressions" leaves the cast to
hsve an image. Her husbsnd is
Mseitt.Charhin ,of "WeAt Side Sto Sto.Pepe'Romero,
.Pepe'Romero, Sto.Pepe'Romero, Mexien City
columnist, new' has a painting lp
the Museum at Israel ;Ras any
one dtinde note of the fee' As'
the 'rollegts..lade-latest publiAlty
ete'lpr (Crowding hto pimp pimpbooth).
booth). pimpbooth). is -a steal from the t
Omens etmint PA' 'of an PII
IA ths PingliAt Circus?. Thoup'
Zitt-Tss's :,' film t
the- Kmbassy,lovert thot theate.
ts forbidden to advertise ber na""
Por Wigan lin' knOWn.. On'
Of Monbettan's hotels le geare.',
to blots it loses ,money even wi"
capaci'y ;Az.'

CAMPAIGN ON MOVE

LONDON D'ne21.-year.old
railer skating
pion and a Conservative Ps,
rantlidate for parliament fr-
London's Islington digtriet,
conduct:as door-todoor earl
paign on roller skates

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nia's effervescent Congressman
Dan Flood collected a new hat the
other day irom Secretary of De De:ense
:ense De:ense Neil McElroy.
Flood had wagered a hat last
summer that McElroy wouldn't
make good his claim that our
SI,500-mile Thor missiles would be
operational in Britain by Christ Christmas.
mas. Christmas. After the Christmas holidays,
Flood telephoned the Secretary of
Defense and demanded his hat,
"Thom have been deployed in
Britain," protested McElrou.
"That wasn't the bet," Flood
retorted. 'The missiles were sup supposed
posed supposed to be operational."
'I can't give. you a hat,"
the Sicretary hedged. 'The Rus Russians
sians Russians might learn about it, then
they would know the missiles
aren't operational yet.'
After the Thors became opera operational,
tional, operational, McElroy happened to be
strolling by a hat store in Tucson,
Ariz. He spotted a hat that,seem that,seemed
ed that,seemed to go with Flood's waxed
mustache.
In mock concern over security,
McElroy finally presented the hat
to Flocpd behind closed doors.
"I want all liresent to witness
that I am not admitting I owe him
the hat,' the Secretary announc announced
ed announced solemnly. "I am giving it to
him because I walked by a store
in Tucson, saw the hat, and
thought it would look good on
Flood."
ANOTHER MISSILE LAO

1

WASHINGTON Pennsylva- 'send to his 'Congressian 'and

two Senators.
As a result readers around Chl-r
cago have been clipping
flation messages from the
buns and sending them' to their
Senators and Congressmen at t:te,
rate of 10,000 a dayb-71,
The. campaign has now spread :'',
to the New York Daily News and, !I
the Chicago American. PolitigH
tans who are worrying about the
Berlin crisis, the labor
dredging the Delaware giver
channel for the benefit of '' U.& 1
Steel, might well give little
pause to this the most important
issue facing the nationintlation
The. Senate Anti-MonopolY Com, ;
mittee and the louse Small Bus.
iness Committee are heeping 'an
eYe on secret meetings in New
York this week between steel
moguls and representatives of the
biggest scrap-iron companrLu companrLuria
ria companrLuria Brothers. They are hatching
chain-store scrap setup by ,whicb
many of the independent scrap scrapiron
iron scrapiron dealers could bo soueezed out.,
Amazing fact is that the steel
moguls are meeting, despite pro proepedings
epedings proepedings by the Federal Trade
Commission to break up the crop cropiron
iron cropiron monopoly. Though the molasses-moving
commission had pro promised
mised promised a report on the scrap-iron
monopoly in March, it has how
postponed, publication until June
30. The survey has been 'under
wav for four veers.
Meanwhile Texaq Congressman
Wright Patman's Small Business
Committee has limed a scorching
report against Luria Brother,.
Despite this, plans are under IA
New York to set up a chain of 18
big scrapyards to be operated 111,
Luria in Conjunction with
Bethlehem and other steel componies.

It now looks as If the Navy's
Polaris missiles won't be ready
on schedule to install In the
atomic submarines that are sup supposed
posed supposed to carry them.
The Polaris nrogram has slip slipped
ped slipped farther behind schedule than
any other missile, Although over a
dozen experimental models should
have been fired by now, only five
have actually been tested.
Of these, only the fifth was an announced
nounced announced as "successful." This
w)as stretching the truth, since it
was supposed to go 750 miles but
oloped into the Atlantic after
travelling only 350 miles.
Eventually. the Polaris should
have a range o' 1.100 miles. It
will also be fired underwater
from submerged subs.
-
"LAST STRAWS
COMMITTE E's
Robert Huntoon, Deputy Di Director
rector Director of the Bureau of Stand Standards,
ards, Standards, flatly denies that his boss,
Adm. Lewis Strauss, the Secreta Secretarv
rv Secretarv of Commerce, was respon responsible
sible responsible for getting himselg Inveted
to be honor guest at the dinner of
the American, Physical Society
this weelco tt
1 "We fele-that lhe views oft. ni
'Secretary of Commerce would ,be
helpful to members of the group,"
1Huntoon president Vigorously
Niviien asked whether his chief,
Strauss, had Inquired the invite.,
Hon. "Aide froc that I cannot
comment."
IMeanwhile William Midrib:A Midrib:Aham,
ham, Midrib:Aham, head of the "Last Straws
Committee," a group of scientists
who resent the dinner Invitation to
Strauss, said that had not been
tabulated. However, the great
preponderance seemed to be
opened to the AEC chairman who
nurged Dr. Robert Oppenheimer
from government.
CHICAGO TRIBUNE'S WAR
It took the Chicago Tribune to
dramatically publicize the most
imoortant Issue worrying the Am American
erican American peonleinflation.
Congressmen are now feeling the
effects.
Ches Cotten.. president of the
Tribune, got to thinking about
zooming prices, Increasing wages,
together with the lessened valtie
of insnrance, government bonrt bonrtand
and bonrtand old-ags tensions. He deci,4-It
to do something about it. RP RPeult:
eult: RPeult: The Tribune has been tub tublishing
lishing tublishing each day three boxes
which the reader can cut out and

Believe it or not, diamonds area girl's hest friend.,
One of our diamond ringe makes thelerfet from's:
husband-to wife gift. Largeetseletion on the,.
isthmus. ,

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MIAMI BEACH J. Simpson
Dean, on his son-in-law, New
York socialite F. Haring Chandor,
wh fled to Caracas, Venezuela,
with his five-yearold son, peter:
"Chandor is using $10'1,000 he
has taken from my daughter to
defray the expenses of getting
hold of Peter He hasn't a penny
of his own money. He's never
worked."

WARSAW Russian Eoreign
Minister Andrei Gromyko, warn warnIng
Ing warnIng the West against making any
unilateral moves prior to the, Ge Geneva
neva Geneva foreign ministers' confer conference:
ence: conference: "It Is important for the success
of the conference that nobody
should take any one sidea steps
Itefore It starts."
WASHINGTON Republican
National Chairman Thurston B
Morton, cautioning members of
the U.S. Chamber of Commerce
not to pin a "business" label on
the GOP:
"It would be disastrous for the
nation and for the party itself if
any single economic, racial, re-
gional, or religious group were to
win unchallenged control of the
Republican Party."
WASHINGTON President Ei Eisenhower,
senhower, Eisenhower, expressing to Gov. J.P.
Coleman of Mississippi his hones
for the quick capture of the men
who khinape4 a Negro from a
Poolarville, Miss., Jail cell:
"It is mv earnest heinq that
there will be swift apprehension
of the guilty persons."

REDS LAY Tv eABLE
WARSAW, Poland (UPI)-.-Preliminarv
survey work hRs started
on a new modal cable between
Moscow and Poland which will be
ahle to transmit conversations or
relav televis;on programs, it was
announced last night. Actual
laying of the cable Probably will
beain Ivo althimn, the. aonour"-
ment said. Plans call for. the
00111 evensuoilv to extend to East
Berlin and 'Prague.

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t I would like to remind the famous politicians of Panama, wheth- --?-t,....,..., )e-p,,,, ,,,---,,,,-& ,-,,--,1-- 0 to 1,k I hAve an imakte. tier husblind ir 10,, kt of DINNER
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er;thiy be of the government or the corropted opposition of the fol- -ir:.----4-1, ??.-ii",-11..ik:';-.4;7,-.- 0 0 0 -, ry',P; .Pepellomero, Mexico Cite kw,
lowing: jin England a nomination to Parliament requires no prima- :tt.,,,, V --,q,,-;.
L-;-,- 2., T,-.,.;), fr,rill.---,. i ., N ,,,, columnist, new' has a painting in RINGS ,.,,
ry14"or convention, all that is needed on the nrescribed day is tn file Ar,..:', ',4,..--,ve..:-:-,,e-- --,,,. the Museum at Unto!. i ;Ras any
with the returning officer a paner settin,,, forth his name, residence, ----4-t-----iel---,7---'-eir--..:, Prove this to yourself when you join ,,,
one iiinde a no'o of the be' AV
' and business or profession. together with the names and addresses '1 1;1'18 3 I 00-71 ,:f 4-"''' 46, ,, -f''' '-
.s ; the 'eolle,to lade-latest publinity
- cf, two registered voters of the eonstituency oho pronose him and
-.-'''f;--74-,, 1 - w.:---r-t-44 ee'lfr feroWeing htn a oboe-
second him And of eight others who assent' and '1 dePosit of 150 -F :- :- 'F-4, n, .;.;11..,, A 4.,,
I I ili bort )8 1,10mAtin;teptl.'.offroamn otittio er
pounds sterling to be forfeited unless he receives more than one -44-::-',--:I'r--;:---7----P-',;.' "4,i-Y.''''.--- OUR', RECORD CEL , Believe' it or not, diamonds are a girl's hest -friend: :',
,, eighth of the total vote cast in his constituency on polling day. That , I, the PingliNt Circus?. Thou'?
C;.-,, Eets,;,,,I.,;,, ,..' , One of our diamond ringe makes thelerfe6t from- -' '''
husband-to wife gift. Largest seletttion on the 2
b tho only safeguard against frivolous candidates. 4 L ,r4h.h...m...-,,,,1 AND k Piti-"sit's ,.film is disniaYod
, oho- Embasay,loveri that theate'
'''', The solution to our nroblems can be made pimple', but guns nev- '''''-' '1811 Ses kl..'-: ,
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,ar,have solved any problem, the history of mankind has proven that." ,,isthrnus. i, , ,,, , ..
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work. After all, there are only The for possession only. In fact "pos "posroam,
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TER 'AMERICAN DEDIIPSILDZST DAMS

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GOV. W. E. POTTER presents a certificate and pin to one of the 103 employee of the Transportation and Terminal 'bureau
Who have 30 or more year" of service with the Canal organization. The cerelnony, which took place 1VIonclay afternoon in the
fincon Garage, was one in a series of stintlar ceremonteg being held evAry day this week on -both sides of the Isthmus.

Trtunan Describes Un-American
Conunittee As Most 'Un-American

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NEW' YORK (UPI) Former
President Harry S. Truman told
kis final lecture session at Co Conlabia
nlabia Conlabia University yesterday
!hat the House Un-American Ac Activities
tivities Activities Committee was. the most
Un-American thing in the nation
today,
Truman, in a discussion of "hy "hysteria
steria "hysteria and witch hunting," said
Me era of the late Sen. Joseph
McCarthy was one of the worst
periods of hysteria in U.S. his history.
tory. history. He attacked demagogues who,
le said, inflate the public mind
krith false assertions. He warned
kis 1,200 "students" to be on
guard against them.'
"We ar,e goingthrough a period
Ow," he said, 'where some of
the witch hunters in the Hduse
find Senate are charging things
that do not. exist. We will under underttand
ttand underttand this when all this hooey is
Over. A demagogue is a danger dangerlus
lus dangerlus man.
"The Un-American Activities
rmmittee is the most Un-Amerian
thing in, the country today.
, "Ridicule is the 'best way to
tandle those demagogues who
misrepresent. When yoc stick a
pin in a stuffed shirt and let the
tir out, he's, through."
Truman's lecture in McMillin
rheater on the Columbia Univer Univertity
tity Univertity campus waS the last of his
three appearasees on the plat plat!orm
!orm plat!orm this week.' In inaugurating
the William Radner Lectures, es established
tablished established by the Radner Family.
roundation as a memorial to the
tate Columbia graduate and law lawTruman
Truman lawTruman spoke on "The Pres Prestdencv
tdencv Prestdencv on Monday and on "The
ronstitution" on Tuesday.
In his final talk', he reviewed
Perilds of hysteria he said had
twept the country since 1692s and

Speaker Rayburn
Never Did Go
To Buff Comp
WASHINGTON (UPI)Speakeil
tam Rayburn was asked yester yesteriay
iay yesteriay about reports that a nudist
(31ony had set up camp near his
iome at Bonham, Tex.
"I don't know anything about
it," the Texas Democrat said with
grin." "I've never been there."

when 20 persons were put to death
in Salem, Mass., in "a witch
hunt."
One htmdred years later, Tru Truman
man Truman said, there was a furor over
the alien and sedition laws. Thirty
years after that, in the 1820's, he
said, there was anti-Masonic agi agitation.
tation. agitation. The next furor was aimed
at the Roman Catholic Church,
Truman said, because a dema demagogue
gogue demagogue claimed "the Pope was go going
ing going to run the country.
In the 1920's, the Ku Klux Klan
wirked behind a sheet with a
mask on," he said.
"I fought the Klan," he said.
"They murdered a lot of people,
but they stopped."
Truman urged his audience not
to be fooled .by demagogues of
any kind.
'Old stiffs like me are
through," he said. "It is up to
you youngsters, to take over and
assume responsibility."

Sjgns Of Life
In Plane Wreckage
On Turkish Mounlain

NICOSIA, Cyprus The
wreckage of a British plane car carrying
rying carrying secret rocket ,par s to Aus Australia
tralia Australia was sighted on a Turkish
mountain yesterday about 100
miles from the Soviet border.
It was believed all 12 persons
aboard were dead.
The plane, a civil transport,
vanished Thursday on the Ankara AnkaraBahrein
Bahrein AnkaraBahrein leg of a trip from London
to the Woomera rocket test range
in Central Australia.
At first it was feared it might
have wandered off course and
had been downed in Soviet terri territory
tory territory like a U.S. Air Force trans transport
port transport flying in the area last fall.
But the Russians denied any
knowIedge of it and Royal Air
Force search planes sighted the
wreckage yesterday on Subhan
Dagh Mountain, an extinct vol volcano
cano volcano in Turkey.
A 16-man rescue team, includ including
ing including doctors, immediately left Cy Cyprus
prus Cyprus for Diyarbakir from where
it must travel 120 Miles oyer
rough roads to the crash site.
Searchers said there was no sign
of life.

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WASHINGTON, April SO (UPI)I
House Republicans temporarily
shelved President Eisenhowers'
budget balancing campaign today.
They decided not to make a par party
ty party fight against increased spend spending
ing spending for health, education and wel welfare.
fare. welfare. An appropriations bill carrying
$181,391,700 more than the Presi President
dent President requested for health, educa education
tion education and welfare programs was
slated for House debate amid
signs it would meet no Organized
GOP opposition.
Rep. Charles A. Ha neck at.-
Ind.), leader of the outmanned
Republican forces, said some
items in the bill were "too high"
but he added "we have to face
the fact that there isn't much we
can do about it."
1 The of the matter also was that
a good many Republicans had no
stomach for voting against items
like increased funds for research
into cancer, heart ailments, and
other diseases. The bill carried
$50,000,000 more than the budget
for these items.
Another key Republican expres expresed
ed expresed the view that pot only did
the GOP latk 'house votes to
trim the bill, but that an 'attempt
to reduce it fight open the waY
for a flood of amendments.boost amendments.boosting
ing amendments.boosting the amounts.
It WaS understood that ranking
Republican and Democratic mem-1
bers of the Alopropriations Sub-1
committee which drafted the bill
were trying to discourage all st7
mendments in an effort to send
it to the Senate unchanged..
As sent to the House floor, the
bill would orovide $3.915,084.181 for
the Health. Education and Wel Welfare
fare Welfare department and the Labor
Department and related agencies
in the next fiscal year.
The Appropriations Committee
cut labor funds $23.112.500 but
more than offset this with in inWrong
Wrong inWrong Cor
INDEPENDENCE, Mo. (UPI)
Police Lt. Fred King telephoned
Desk Sgt Louis Love with direc directions
tions directions for Awnding a tow truck to
pick up a parked car answering
the description of one reported
stolen.
"Oh, no," Love told him.
"Leave that there. That's my
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creases totalling $181,391,700 for
Health, Education and Welfare.
One of the biggest single in increases
creases increases was a hike of 50 million
dollars for research on diseases
by the National Institute of Health.
Wisconsin's Rep. Melvin R.
Laird, ranking Republican on the
subcommittee, strongly defended
this stepped-up spending.
Laird said the 5344,279,000 pro provided
vided provided for the National Institutes
of Health "is email cempared to
the potential economic benefits
which will come as medical re research
search research achieves new knowledge to
bring the killing and crippling di diseases
seases diseases of today progressively un under
der under control."

NEW YORK (UPI)---The United
Steelworkers of Am er lc a, de demanding
manding demanding a larger 'hare of the in industry's
dustry's industry's 'fabulous' profits t hi it
4,ear, put the finishing touches
Friday to the most ambitious con.-
tract ever sought by the union.
Hopes for avoiding a 1959 steel
strike appeared to be fading.,
David J. McDonald, ?resident
of the USW, said flatly- 'common
equity demands that steelworkers
share equitably in these immense
profits made possible in part by
their efforts."
"This can be done,' McDoiald
told a news conference, 'with a
substantial improvement in wages
and fringe benefits and no steel
price increase." ,;
The USW chief said a substan substantial
tial substantial wage increase for steelwork steelworkera
era steelworkera would be "a real shot in the
arm for the economy of America
and of the world."
However, top spokesmen of the
nation's steel producers stood by
their guns that no wage increase
was justified this year and left
little doubt that they felt 1959 was
the year for action to hait the
wage-price spiral.
The International Wage Policy
Committee of the union, in wind
ing up a two-day meeting on 1959
contract demands, ignored the in industry's
dustry's industry's plea for a one-year wage
freeze and ordered the union'a ne negotiators
gotiators negotiators to seek ,substantial in

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' May 3 That sounds nice. Espe Especially
cially Especially since there'll only one more
month of schooL Not even one
more month.Wowl
On 'with the march. of events:
Last Friday night the junoirs ho honored
nored honored the seniors with the tradi traditional
tional traditional JIMIOT Senior prom. Greet
ing the guests as they arrived
was the sign "Mello young lovers.
and seniors too." With the theme
as "April Love" and the 'date be-.
ing May 1, the coocittee placed
one sign which encouraged, 'Just
pretend it's April." The prom was
very 'imply, yet very nicely dec decorated,
orated, decorated, and Pudgie Watson de deserves
serves deserves an A in originality. The
signs were perhaps the moot en enertaining
ertaining enertaining thing. there. For instance
one on the piano, "Please don't
teed the band." And an other an
the walk read, "Please don't eat
the flowers."

So much for the Prom, and now
on to more eminent doinija. For
instance the Junior Senior ban banvet,
vet, banvet, which is this Friday, May
S. Be sure to be therel (flat on only
ly only applies to upperclassmen, of
course.)

Now, for he undorclasomien,
well I haven't heard too much
from their eorners, but I Imagine
they're (especially the (sopho (sophomores)
mores) (sophomores) just as excited bout the
coming SA elections as anyone
else. In the running for the pre presidency
sidency presidency arc. Grady Heaters, Fred
Roe, 13111 Archibeld, and Bud
Batcheldor. For the vice-presidency:
Didi Bremer, Doug Sikorski,
Worden, French, Charlie Nicker NickerSetn,
Setn, NickerSetn, and Ruth Bennett. The elec.
tions are May 6, so be thinking
about whom you would like to rim
your SA next mien

,
More news of the upperclasses:
the Junior Senior Frolic is May
19. From the Schedule I can see
that some senior girls better buy
themselves some pretty good shin
guards is they plan to participate
in filed hockey against the vicious
Junior class girls.

That's all for now. Tune In next
week for news in the moss-covered
halls of BHS.

Hopes Fade For Avoiding 1959 Steel
Strike As Union Readies Demands

creases in wages and fringe ben benefits
efits benefits despite the consequences.
The committee's wage policy
platfoengembodied some of the
moot substantial demands e v er
made by the USW and dimmed
th eoutlook for a peaceful settle settlemelt.
melt. settlemelt. The eurrent three-year contract
expires at midnight June 30. Ne..
gotiations on a new agreement
tovering the 500,000 steelworkers
in the basic steel industry start
next Tuesday, with both sides
about as far apart on baste con contract
tract contract issues as they have ever
been.
There have been five strikes in
the post-war period.
Both management and union ot
ficials continued to express hopes
for a peaceful settlement this
year, but behind the scenes
spokesmen for both sides ap appeared
peared appeared increasingly pessimistie at
this stage.
Members of the Wage Policy
Committee, in informal talks with
newsmen, expressed the view thit
they were entitled to a wage in increase
crease increase and said they were willing
to use every weapon in their com command
mand command to get one.
Management spokesmen cau cautioned
tioned cautioned that talk of, resisting wage
increases should not be underes underestimated.
timated. underestimated. A spokesman for one of
the "big three" producers said:
"Our people have made up their
minds to fight a wage increase
this year at all costs. We feel the
steady increase in employment
costs must be stopped,'
McDonald scoffed at the indus industry's
try's industry's stand. He said U.S. Ssteel,
Bethlehem Steel and the other
major producers have enjoyed
"one of the most fabulous profit
periods" in history. which is "a
conclusive demonstration of their
ability to raise wages while hold holding
ing holding the iine on nrices.
McDonald said he hoped that In
1959 the steel industry would en enjoy
joy enjoy Its greatest earnings veer in
history. However be told news newsmen
men newsmen bluntly that his union intend intended
ed intended to get a larger share of those
profits.
McDonald reiterated the basic
theme of the union's pre-negotiation
campaign; that the American
worker must make more money
in order to be able to buy more
goods and services. He said pur purchasing
chasing purchasing power wag the key to
continued economic growth a n d
the unemployment problem.
The Wage Policy Committee
Thursday approved higher wages,
cost-of-living adjustmemts, shorter
hours of work, premium Day for
week ends, and additional unem unemployment
ployment unemployment provisions as contract
issues.
Friday, they called for chatv,-,4
In such basic nrovisions as ine
nee and pensions. union h o p.
holidays and vacations. grievance
Procedures, and readjusted con contract
tract contract terms with respect to such
things as shift premiums. over overtime.
time. overtime. severance pay, incentives:
seniority. safety and health. Jury
pay and other working conditions.

WASHINGTON (UPI)The Sen.
ate approved a trade and friend.
shin treaty Tuesd a y with the
Caen of Muscat and Onus. The
vote was 89-0.

ATTRACTIVE SALESMAN '-- eel Eggleston chats with members of the 20th Infantry at the
Fort Clayton Service Club- during a visit of the American Legion motorcade to military posts
Saturday.. Simla. a member of the court of Miss American Legion (Judy Meyers, who will
reign et the Legion's 'grand ball May it 'at the Legion Club at Fort Amador. The Legion rep representatives
resentatives representatives -will travel to the Atlantic side ,next Saturday. First stop will be at Post Three,
Gatun, at IL cm., where they will, meet with Legionnaires, and then at the Fort Gulick Service
Club, at 10 a.m. te meet ntilitary personnel.

Floor Tile Bid
011:rod Dy Homo

A bid of 61,700' wag -offered by
the W. Home Compiny on the
installation of Boor die in the
records secteon located in the east
wing of the basement of the
administration ,Building, at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights.
The Home Company was the
only contractor to MAIM bid en
the project.
Work consists et the installa installation
tion installation of floor tn a rectangular
area 46 by, 53 feet in the hut hutment
ment hutment of the building. This area
is occupied by the records see seetion
tion seetion which was recently moved
from the second floor.
The projeet ,scheduled for
completion. within approximate approximately
ly approximately six weeks.

Panama L no
Oca Ulnas

Three employes who retired
from Canal service at the end of
April are among the 141 passeng passengers
ers passengers scheduled to sail next Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday aboard the Panama liner Cris Cristobal.
tobal. Cristobal. Two of the passengers, Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin Bigio, are to
disembark in Port-au-Prince.
The tbres retired employed leav leaving
ing leaving their Isthmus to Inake thier
home in the United States aU
were employed in the Induotrial
Division.' They arc Andrew A.
Whitlock, general engineer; Ro Robert
bert Robert M. Blakely, lead foreman ma mai
i mai chinist; and Joseph A. Rancourt,
flistrine machinist

The tomplete advance passeng passenger
er passenger list for New York for the S. S.
Cristobal follows:
Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Allen;
Miss Hazel J. Barnet; Robert M.
Blakely; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E.
Blevins and four children; Mr.
and Mrs. Frederick D. Bonner,
Mr. and Mra. Michael, J. Burza
and'three.children; Mr. aid Mrs.
Adrian Butcher; Mr. and Mrs. Har Harry
ry Harry V. Cain: Mr. and Mrs. H. Aus Austin
tin Austin Clemmer; Mr. and Mr. George
Coleman; Mr. and Mrs. Miguel
Corm Jr; end Mrs. Mathilda
Couri.
Miss' Sara de la Pena; Mrs. A Amalie
malie Amalie Di Donato; Mrs. Edconia
Dignain; Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Dreitlein; Mr. and Mrs. Stephen
A. Dreyer end two children; ,Mrs.
Alice DU1111; Mr. and Mrs. Wil William
liam William R. Dunnings, Jr and child;
Mrs Grace L Edmonson; Mrs.
Alan L. Eggers; Mr. and Mrs.
Paul L Elia and four ehildrett;
Mr. and Mrs. David W Ellis;
Mrs Geneviewe J. Fergimson and
child; Mr. and Mrs. George T
Fitzgerald and three children; and
Mr and Mrs. Franklin Fudenske.
Dr. Alfonse Gerson; Mr. and
Mrs. John F Gilbert; Mr and
Mrs. Raymond Gordon, child and
Kristine Vogt; Dr. Mary V. Gra Graham
ham Graham and two children; Mr. and
Mrs. Howard B Harrison; Mr.
and Mrs Chester S., Harrold, Jr.;
Mr. and Mrs Lew C Hilzinger
and two children; Mr and Mrs.
George F Hudson and child; Vin Vincent
cent Vincent J Huber; Mr. and Mrs.
George, Ingham; Mr. and Mrs.
John Jordan; Mrs'. Beverly Katz;
Mrs Edna Keefe; and Mr. and
Mrs Daniel P Kiley and child
Mr and Mrs Orion J Liebert;
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Logan;
W6odrow H. McCoy; Mrs Jane
E O'Brien; Mrs Carl T Ohrn,
Jr and child; Mr. and Mrs.
Charles A. Parks and five child children;
ren; children; Mr. and Mrs Henry Perry;
Mrs Eleanor Pierre; Mr. and
Mes. Joseph A. Rancourt; Mrs
Rosemary D Reardon; Gleen W.
Redmond; Mr and Mrs. Royal J
Redmond and three children,
John E Ridge, Sr.; and Mr. and
Mrs. Trederkk Rossi.
-Mr and Mrs John J Sellers;
Mr and Mrs. James V. Shirley
and two.' children; Mrs Susan S.
Smith ond two children; Mrs. Me Mebelle
belle Mebelle Therialt; Donald B.
Tribe; Mr.'. and Mrs. Milton Va Valentiner
lentiner Valentiner Mr.', and Mrs Andrew A.
Whitlock and child; Frank T Wil Willoci.
loci. Willoci. and Mr Marion York

NEW PRESIDENT NAMED
.PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Dr.
Robert H. Felix, director of the
Institute of Mental
HealW at Bethesda, Md., was
named president elect of the
American Psychiatric Assn.
' yestorday.
His election was announced at
a husiness session of the associa association's,
tion's, association's, 15th annual meeting here.
Felix will assume the presidency
in May', DSO, succeeding the cur.
rent 'president, Dr. William Ma Malamud
lamud Malamud of the National Assn. of
Mental Health, New york.

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Producer Finds Huge Hdover Dam Ha3,:,,),.;

No Electric Outlet For TV Camerx-n

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NEW YORK (UPI) Despite
a varied career that embraced
such erosive plume as playing in
a dance orchestra, being a big bigtime
time bigtime popular vocalist and engag engaging
ing engaging in the rough and tumble of
television directing and produc producing,
ing, producing, Barry Wood managed to re retain
tain retain a certain trusting outlook on
life until recently. Now he is a
disillusioned man.
Hoover (Boulder) Dam is res responsible.
ponsible. responsible. "I thought I had al wonderful
idea for the use of Hoover Dam
as the setting for a dance num number,"
ber," number," explained the producer of
the forthcoming "America
Pauses for the Merry Month- of
May" on the CBS network.
"I had Carol Haney all set to
create the dance and perform in
it. Everyone remembers Carol for
her 'Steam Heat' number in the
Broadway musical, 'The Pajama
Game.' The idea was to have her
perform against the backdrop of
all those huge generators and
other machinery at the dam.
"Carol and I went to the dam
to look it over. The power plant
can supply a million and a quar quarter
ter quarter kilowatt', enough for seven
and a half million people. But
here's ibe rub. There len't an
electrical outlet in the whole dam
setup theft can ripply enough
power to operate a TV camera
and our other equipment!"
As a resell, Miss Haney will
Ilene up and down tale streets
And along the docks of the sleepy
little town of Mystic, Conn.,
which is still basking in the what whating
ing whating glories of the mid-19th Cen Century.
tury. Century. "But they don't burn whale oil
in mystic, Wood commented.
"The electrical outlets earry the
proper power."
The new show, sciheduled for
p.m. e.d.t. on CBS May 19, is
the second in the one-hour 'Amer 'America
ica 'America Pauses" series that special specializes
izes specializes in having performers work
against real baek de all over
the country. The fnunwas "Amer "America
ica "America Pauses for Springtime" on
March 30.
The tecond show rill havep, be besides
sides besides Miss Haney and Mystic,
linger Connie Boswell vocalizing
while liX jazz bands parade in
the French Quarter of New Or Orleans,
leans, Orleans, singer Molly Bee doing
"The Unchained Melody" from

ME It ITOR IOUS TM Ell
'rolap (MDPolice yeeter yeeterday
day yeeterday identified the man arrested
Friday after a shopkeeper charg charged
ed charged he tried to steal five pairs of
women's galoshes. Police said he
was off duty traffic officer No Nobuttsu
buttsu Nobuttsu Kikuchi, 17-time winner of
the Metropolitan Police Board
award for meritorious services.

.3 P14
Ir
Bellingrath Gardens at a planta-,,oi,
tion near Mobile, Ala..; the Four ott
Aces singing at the annual Apple
Blossom Festival at Winchester,- It
Va.; Connie Towers singing at thor-r.,;,
oceanside on California's Montecll.
rey Peninsula; Russel Arms vo-A'oiF
calizing on the slopes of Mt.
Rainier; Teddy Rooney, mall son
of Mickey Rooney, on a solo
to the wonders of Pacific Ocean
Pack at Santa Monica, Calif,1"n
comedian Art Carney in an un unusual
usual unusual golf routine on an eastern
links, and concert star Marian
Anderson singing against a back-
drop of the Yosemite Falls.

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May 11, 12 and 13 from 2 to 5 PM.
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SOOK AND DANDLE. which stare lame" Stewart and Kitt ruinthdliv" rainrk"
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Novak Opening release nett Wedneaday at the "CENTRAL
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SALK tafaCsINI eure to attend and to recommend, !Sappily coltarred ars Courses for the Mal coat des, fiLlYind the Foundations" nett cer ilwetlish tightrope walker, eaya he
, such other expert prectitionets of the comic art le Jack Qert, which Was htthht by tto tifieeteg 01 merit Will be'present clans le. walk a lieht rote All the
, Kea Iterinione oinaold Elsa Lanehester
LONDON (UPI) The Min tenlinen, Ernie Itev- ---, -- - Indite of the church, ed to Capt. Warntr St Rodieoh Way to Sweden and backaboard
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Itiry of liaallh said Monday it and Janice Rule. FolloWing the kipper, the soIti end Ninth itiche-A,,s,deettin a shili, ,
. "BELL, BoOlt AND CANDLE" is the felicitous story of lers entertained the group with who Served teithfu y on thecheu Londharc Asi he would moo
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vaccine to Meet II rising demand, ma latindttylepuelibionde. The girl in the case lige "stratigelopow
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?Art Kennedy Named
Misters Wives President
Mrs. Marjorie Kennedy was
elected president of the Doctors
Wives Club in in UMW eliketinfi
01 officers At the club's itinehtOn
meeting this week at the Albrook
Officers Club.
Serving with her III be Mrs.
Helen Hull, vice president; Mr.
Nana limier, secretion Mrs. Do.
101011 Tlyinr, trelltirer,
The next meeting of the club le
planned for May 26, with Gorges
Staff wises as hostesset. The
Meeting day has been changed to
the last Tuesday ,61 each month.
anale
Slattern Star Group
Plano Charity Party
Orchid Chapter na, Order of
the Eastern Star, will opener its
.111111111 rharity eard party and
dance Mit Saturday from
aight to midnight at tht Tivoli
(heat nous..
A hi-fi set will he given to a
door prixe, and other prisea will
be awardad to card olayera and
daneers, Mule will ha turnishad
by Hann Janowitt
Tieltet may ha purehand it
the door.
OWili6..66
Ohl of Month Dame
Tao lent Al Criefebel
The Girl of the Month Noce will
be held (hi evening at 1 at the
Cristobel YMCA-1180.
The member of the Girl' ilerv.
Ice Orgenization who has served
the most volunteer hours during
April will be honored at it special
ceremony at 11:30,
Mule will be furnished by tha
Ivan Thorpe combo.
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Meetings
Chong Web Cone See
Tomorrow evening at 1:$0, a
special Medlin M the Chang
Walk KOS SOO AB
members ot the Chinese Colony
are lavitod to attend
Iteclred Swim
The regular monthly meeting
6f the Canal Zone Retired Mirk Mirkro
ro Mirkro Win be held Tues.
day at the usual meeting place at
CH p.m.
All members are urged to at.
land, es important business will
be discussed.
Tiger, Tiger,
Burning Bright
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Sy 101 SLAM
Good evening people. Iters's
youre truly with some more inter.
110Wil about CMS. There 1141
now about Mut weeks left, and
all the students al growing OW
impatient, al are the teachers.
MT. Lylo high school
math teacher recently won a eche.
lushly to Tufts
Medford, Missachusetts. The echo.
larship is spotisored by the NA.
ti011ill Science leoundation, and Mr.
Roush will take up a six week
study of math and chemietry Dem
tore tO the Isthmus two
years ago, he was teaching in Re.
no, Nev. He received his BA e:7
gree at the University of -Novena,
end his MS degree at the Unlver 1
sity of Ore,gon. Me id moiled end'
has two children, AM Midas in
Coco solo.
SOniOt Skip Day Will be May MI
end all the seniors will IMO
Ith001 for WWII day. The alai.
hes not decided where they will
go. The invitation' for graduatien
should lot here any dey 110W,
Cempt gning for the Student As.
eocietion elections to be held on
April 30 has hpillt There tire
!meter. ell over the school of the
different eindiditel. Some of
them lira WOrkli Of art.
On tinder April It, et the hter
Arita gym the Tiger baketbell
team wee defeated by the Bull.
doge by a score Of U88, altS on
'Monday. April 81, the Junior
College "Five, who Ili very
highly favored. heat the Tigers bY
score of 4131,
In the first half of the tame.
the Tieers really looked like a
new teem. hittine the bidet of
tan. 'nip score el the end of the
firot half was 80-11 in favor of
C.. but in the fine helf, the
'risers jut couldn't hit the bas
itet. Junior Colleee, however, wee
Jim' the molt.. linking MAIM
otter heeket, Although the Treere
inot. thee tiloplayed very
eportemanithini and wouirg
v.v. hove known that they were
heing beeten, a they fought the
C, "rive" until the vett end.
wAi tho Timm' mend
straloht toss of tho interacholas
to sewn. but In tho gem. with
Collogo tho Tigers resit, looked
son& Tho 'rigors visited yialboa
lAllt 'Mirada, to nlev ARS, end
Trioco. they returned to lgal.
heol to tsko tho GPM Devlin.
The 'Veer helot, VAPID" wave
very stood secount 'Itself a
osinst this Jun yew, of col.
lege. anei flooitm the teem bv a
score of 'Ms laaa oar"
tglat rottollv played, Thie Waa
tha ?fret victory for the Junior
Vg,f4ity in two loom',
ahout weans it ue hw thin
week, and your. trulv hopes gott
hey o reel oice week.
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ColIPM APO maans
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NEW YORK RIPI) The in.
Menet of MIMI and epee.
trevel is bringing I new approach
to the teaching of science In Am American
erican American adonis, Including new
kind of textbooks.
One new aeries of textbooks,
called "Adventures in Science
le aimed at junior high sciaoi
atudent. Is published by The
American Hook Company and
writion by Dr. Willard Jacobson
of Columbia University Teacher
College god Robert N. King and
Louise E. Kline,
"The scientific lophlatication of
American youngstera makes eft
overhaul in our teaching tip
omit impretive," says Dr. Ja.,
colleen, "where they already have
had science instruction, there is
I ierrifie IWAIVIM Of flail" ?WI
velottrAtilti. tvell they
haven't had cient in ghe661.
they have been lapsed te it ed
teliviih gad mgtiho
and 116WIPMWIti. la Mir Orel,
it i Matti thntihme With.
111 Mill' high lethal swamis so
it thi wore thit first introdue
finite Wow."
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LONDON WM) The Min.
Intry of liaalih said Monday it
had asked the UAW Steel tor
welt Nitiomont of Salk in lioollo
vArtino to Mat risint demand,
The miniatry repor'll thit tht
flood of milli for the vaecini had
drained reserve suppliet.

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Local Finals Of Army Entertainment
Contest To Be Held Here Wednesday
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With preliminaries Over, It S.
Army Caribbean intertainers who
won top honors in font. sub-area
COntsitt Of the All,Atiny Enter.
tainment contest ars preparing
for the area finala, to be hold
Wodnesday at Jadwin Hallo tort
Clayton, at 7:30 pan.
Arriving from terto Rico to
day on tho VSNIS Goethais are
eight contestants, compria ng four
acts, who represint t Antille
COmmand. Identity of the parti participants
cipants participants and what classes they
are entering an not yet known.
The final sub-area contest at
Fort Gulick was held on nuncio
night with Ivan Thorpe of Colon,
Copt, Charles C, lar ly of Fort
Gulick and Q. Z. Joritade Music
supervisor of the Cristobal Idols
as judges. Those who placed first
in each election Were: ligt, Felipe
Otero, vocal solo; Pvt. Hector Va.
111, instrumental solo; Pfc. Larry
Bethel; individual specialty; and
S,P4 Junior Sharp and Spa Jimmy
cate, specialty musical group.
Winona of the Fort Robb sub.
'area contest held Wednioday
evening at the service club, and
judged by Jim Pattison of CMS
Miss Dolores lichapot and Miss
Jane Wooden, both of Fort Scoot
music staff, ars as follows: local
solo Pfc. Thomas S, Avereal
strumental solo, Pvt. Richard
Dreisbach (accordionist); indivi
dual specialty, Pvt. William T.
Johnson; vocal group, "The tel.
Yarding", No, Herbert C. Chen,
lip4 Richard Dining, Pfc. Leon.
an A. Noisa, Mpg Stanley N s
trot and Mc, Donald Moose!
specialty group, "Cornbread
Mp4 Richard L, Masai
and Pie. Class Wilbur Z. Hand!
instrumental group, Mpg Edward
R. Davis, Nt. Bobbie S. Lennox,
Pfc. John 11, Da Hoff, gp4 Junior
D. Walden and kg Edgar N, Hairs
ton.
At tort Clayton last Murata?
Acta in six classes competed, and
top plane Moors went to Pvt.
Fred D, Thompion, vocal sololett
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Novak Opening release neat Wednesday at ths "CENTRO"
Theatre, is Okay att enchanting romantle comedy, a lila.
sure to attend and to recommend. !Sappily toltarred aro
each other expert practitioners of the comic art le Jack
!Ammon, Ernie Kovacs, Ilermione Gingold. Elsa Lanehestee
end Janice Rule.
"ROL, ROOK AND CANDLE" le the felicitous story of
a etkiitieult conventional bachelor and a beautiful, bob..
miantype blonde. The girl in the eitme has "strange', pow.
ecsl the gentleman, her neighbor, finds himself goldenly
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"The Beatniks," from the tilth
Army Band, instrumental group;
Pfc. M Hann whose original pia.
no and vocal act won the indivi.
dual opecialty class; "The NI.
turals,1 vocal group with Pim
Gregory Mavrenko, Paul Mania.
ko and Charles Aldrich;and
comedy team, Ovt. James It. Sim.
mons and Pio. Paul J., Bailie,
topped the cubical group 'claim
Second place winners SO
Charles W. Aldrkh, vocal soloist
And BO Joe Daly, comedy Act in
the individual specialty class
Were so close to the winners that
the judges recommended they
also be allowed to enter the
finals.
Judges of the rort Clayton Con Contest
test Contest were Miss Emily Butcher,
Musie itipereiter in the MIMI
Canal achool system, 14 eYMO ti
Berkowitz, also trom the school
syitem and Sgt4 Robert Ryed
of the 1176th Air Force Sand.
necked by the 79th Atty., Bond,
the- firat. place winners will' go on
Awls It Jadwin next Wed.
nesday to compete for Mit and
letOnd place honors in' each of
oeven classea, and in addition will
vie for the top honor of All! trip
tO rOrt BelvOir, Va., where the
act selocted by the judges at the
lyeat in all classes will repretent
USARCAR113 at the. AllArmy
linals in Jtille.
TO FIGHT FROMM
ROM etJPI)---ihe Continents le
Ntws Agency said lag night
that the Soviet Union has decided
to send Mo Mem "volunteers' to'
holp tits Algerian rebels against
the Trench,
The agency, which specialises
in Communist affairs, Claimed
that the "volunteers' would be
drown from 140110111 populations of
the Comma and Asia Minor. It
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spades he can bid three iMitte
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responses are all, MI& with
strong hand only and ire gum.
forcing -bids.
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hand. Your partner opens me
no-trump. and you see thit the
hood will do better in hearts than
in no.trutp. U you are playing
normal biddinl with two hearts
al Sign 6 Oil yOlit tan bid two
hearts bUt loMetirnils your part.
nor won't respect your sign.off.1
Playins tho transfer bid yOU AIM.
ply bid two diamonds. Your part partner
ner partner bids two hearts dutifully and
II annoyed when IN pass but
pleased when he Sets the dummy.
South will mike two or maybe
even three hearts. West hos to
opn something And his lead will
cost him a trink. If North is do.
,elarer East 'wall open tho ettelit
lot diamonds and set the WO a.
saint Any bonnet method of.,
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Boys 9, Girls 4
Twins, were smongtho 13 ba babies
bies babies born et atirge HOspitil dur during
ing during the week which ended MOW
day. Tha twins, a boy and a girl,
were born to Mr. and Mrs. It. 0,
Berkeley of Panama.
During the same period, 172
patients were admitWd and lat
were discharged, according to lie
hospital report.
Boys outnuMbered the girls
eight to three among the other
babies born during the week.
The boys were bortt to p3 and
Mrs. It. T. Dixon of FL Clayton;
Mc. and Mr., J. W. Bevis of Ft,
fob Lt. and Mrs. It L. Brood'
of Ft, Xobbe; Mr, and Mrs, G. O.
Miller, of Panama City; Ena, and
Mrs, R. C. Legere. the fifteenth
Naval District! of Mr. and Mrs.
It, 0, Berkeley, Panema City'
Mr, and Mri, W. landiford,
Panama Or Mr, and Mrs, R. A.
Grosso, of (Amen; and Me. end
Mrs, A. A. Peters, of Panama Ci CitY.
tY. CitY. Parents of the girls are Mr. and
Mro. E, Thyme, of Panama! lat.
end Mrs. A. Magian!. of Al Albrook
brook Albrook AP131 end Mr.' anti Mrs. C.
C. Peters; of Panama City.
Fellowship Supper
Fort Kobbe
The hitt Stobbie Pro,eAtent
Chapel congregation held their
monthly fellowship supper last
Sunday evening at the Kohl).
chepel activitiee matter,
, The suppertiai organise4 by
enlisted man the 1st Battle
Or Po Idth entry) who soma
ot er ioldiers and their families,
The men hed deeorated the tables
witk miMaturs wooden aroma
and shell designs, Part of the de,
tor was I large cotton rain could
with silver raindrips falling
jungle foliage to tarry out the
AprIl theme.
The men bad provided all
Course' for the meal except des,
Qert, which was broght by the
Wive of the church,
FollOilhil the eupper, tho sold.
entertalned the group Attlh
see And inning,
Cheplein Ict Lt. William tt,
Ftsttichher Protestent ehiplitt
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BROADWAY GRAPIVINI
apparont affectioft
tor his young nano ilia lak&at,
Joan Cop, suggests the similar
attsehmont of Fred Attain for
pretty larrio Chum Gone seems
is dating Joan almost ellueively..
An Irish risk is tutoring rope
John WWI in limas& Ms Kol
ineu intends to become fluent in
our language. .Blisaboth Tay.
lor's "decision" .to quit the movie
isduatry in the ?ether near future
didn't being taken seriously by
anyone in the trade.
When Kirk Donlan arrives in
Now York tor the promiore
"Last Troia !Prom 00 Hi
start negotiations with the Bus.
Out Embassy to get permission
to shoot "Michael Strotoff" in
BamiamItormor QUeett olovanna
of Bulgaria, sister or Umberto of
Ital4iiis on route to the United
Ito to visit be eon, Simeon,
who studying at a military
academy. This will be her first
viit to Amorica, but no parties in
her bettor atit scheduled al obi
bee boon doep mourning ova
since her coun was taken over
by the Omni& Mits.
&nett Homingway tensed quite
a flurry at tho Colony when he
turned up beautifully sutabtirned
with White beard contrilting dra dramatigaily
matigaily dramatigaily with his ruddy Um.
The De foul Dopartment is et
petted to aanounee a new weap weapon
on weapon that tin blow 'up enemy milt.
alai from a dittance of 200 aniiel
or botterperhaps front 500 miles
.They're going to hive to do
dial Juno Chr lay bear commer
cid over. It wao airod several
timo beton) allying noticed an
embarrnssing slip of tho tongue.
Paz ling MIMI frOM OLCU'eall
:NM Collin! "I mn quiti Wen.
gent. In het, you ten sa that I
om on intelloctualthoug not a
practising one." ..Three top De.
mocrstie lendori mot in botrolt
taw lays ag0 to plan a "Stop ;Can.
nedy 1 movement which they plan
to latmch in May. At least two
Senators and Nit Represontat,
ives will hit to 'toed on this
Proioak
Booth Roney, to pretty e
st to Chards.,
h ti m ,stwei been tociving dot
ens of telaphone eels from -Hugh
O'Brian since he's boon
Ths Sidnoy Chaplin role in "Bolls
Are Ringing" bo highly pad.
did when Den Martin takes OM
for to telluloid veraioni Ditto's
so hot tu'rei, he tall get Almost any
thing he demands, arid naturally
he'll dethand I Mil important
item About "the lite Non
Morgan's eon, Woody," whieh sip
glared la a Long island my'.
piper, is big news to Lulu Margin
tho einger' mother. The NW"
said Viondy wilt inherit 21,000,000
in a fele months. but Mama Mat,
taa staunchly donlos that !felon
1 over hnd child. .Merienne
Reynoltio1 first Gotham dato sfter
lett montbe in tho South wai
Welter Troutman. Thoy donied at
the Cato Ikon. :With hie divorce
110e, finals Dodgor infloidor ,Junior
Gilliemuhdaunted --seyo he'll
hi it Into, thiA timo with a
oomely lihrsrlan, Edwin& Fields.

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An 'Vent of ereet importance
to both the community and the
conereettion of the Cathedral of
St. Luke in Arleen Mahe plaee
tomorrow.
Dround will be broken at e opt.
eta! ceremony following th, ,ii O.
clock servite of Holy Communion
tor the new WM hall anti rho.
men outer. liehop R. Heber
Goodin, will officiate et the ea
moony, awaited by the Very Rev.
tiainert .1. Peterson, Dem of the
Cathedral, the Van. Lemuel R.
Shirley, Archdeacon of NUM&
and the Rev. John H. Townsend,
executive secretary of the diocese
This project has been planned
by the people of the Cathedral
perish toe severel years, and at
the present moment, the plena
have been submitted to severe!
ontrattors for their bids, Tho
building will be unique on the lath,
Mut, in thet it is circular in de
'sign with a Imp dome,top root.
There will be a large central room
surrounded by nine clais rooms
with moveable partition'', and a
large patio for various parochial
and Comm setivities.
The plans were drawn by David
Yerkes and Derry Doyle of the
Panama Cent Co.
The former will wont tit., fl.
Waned pleas to the Slahon durct
the etremony, and the litho!' Will
then present them to the cheircen
ot the buildinp eniniittie. linja.
mhi lertein, Others perticinating
ip the cerement, will be Donald
Telbe, sealer Warden et the Ca.
thettrat Perilho I, Palmer Smith
tulip wain and Col. Williairt
I. Eakin, chairmen et the perish
hall twee hi
During the Service et Hely Com
munion preeeding the ground.
breakine ceremony, Dem Peter.
son will preach on the subject
"Laying the Foundations" sett ter.
tificates of merit will be' present
ed to Capt. Warner St Andiron
and Camdr. Itiehrdks,Sextun
who served teithfu y on the chip.
tor of the Cethedr i and will Neon
be leaving the lath tie, All litlt
In
ot the Cettiodril and me es
of the tommunitk are hivite to
dare ia these( events.
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BROADAAY
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by Dorolhy Ki ligallen

Sophia Loren's fellatio HI t00,
tinged she's eager tOr AO.
dOwn tn. tOtirtili USA
experts hays told her she can't be
fauedilor nijitillv hi Ur native
Mad 10111 bar marriags tO Ca&
lo Pond isn't recognised there
but union ?oh is granted an
anntilmest of hit Milt marriage,
there's possibility that the pair
could bs prosecuted for living to.
loth'? without 's wadding cora
mato, Sophia's homesick tOr
Iy and ii 011111 to bays She mai
ter oettledwin, loss or draw,
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Its Littlellorence 'Des.
moM feud continues to be 'quite
a celebrated Clue in London,
with both ladies denying, they're
angry, but each refusing 20 be the
one to make peace oyertutes,
It looks as if Anna Maria Al:
bergbetti will land the,plum role
in MO Broadway musical version
of "Saratoga Trunk,"
, awmommone
Stan Osts, the jets greet, Wu
turned down by the British Mints.
try of Labor when he attemptod
to got a permit to tour !Wend.
The frantic promotera Ste net&
tilting with Coleman Hawkins to
roplaco him. Writer It Alien
Smith it at odds with hie pub pub!labors
!labors pub!labors over the title of hie NM
NW, Wit Hawaiian set.
ting. He wants to cell it "I Had
Polynesian Para lyele tnd Ittl"
but the tittle, Stown Malta
profer a inert straightaway title.
The Bambi Lynn-Rod breakup
looks permanent. Re's 'talon),
signod ballerina Oemso DolAppe
to replace his edranged olte On
a tour of Euro. and tho 0 mt..
One et Abe major totworks hao
optionod Athos Mutton's memoir
of Ituteee O'Neill, "Pert N
Long Story." HI apt to wind up
ite I 90-minute spectacular.
460111Ancestor his Rpm
bed keen Won In sinning Sand
Church Obi ingonue lead in "Gyp "Gypoy")
oy") "Gypoy") to o movie contrite even
thoust the Broadway reviews on
ber talent eron't in.
Army Headqu3rlor!
Announces Steuto
For Week's Rho
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Headquarters United Metal Ar Army
my Army Caribbean has announted the
following schedule of weapons se.
tivity tor the week:
Daily, beginning Mendel throtigh
Seturdity from ? I Bm.,
elements,Of the lst Battle Gro9,1).
10th Infantry, will practice rine
firing on the Empire known dis.
!tern:. muting uimn :thiteitulroortil Knosbabooe
feet; maximum horizontal range,
3,500 yards, During the week D
tChemillionYHaSt4othtrAarimninrgi awriella
around the clock for weepono sc.
tivity with machine gunk rip'.
cabin's, 3,5' rocket launc era
and 71mm tenk gunk Safety fee.
tors will be! altitude, 8711 feet;
horizontal range, 7,400 yards.
Me Fort Xobbe Beach Area Will
also be used daily Monday
through SaturdAy from 7 1,m.
tit 4:30 n.M. bY the lst Battle
Group, Zoth Infantry, for firing
With machine guns caliber .30 and
rifles caliber .30. Mext.ium alti.
hide is 300 feet and the 41imuM
herizontal range is 150 yarda,
Headquarters CO., ist tattle
Group, will practice firing l';'h
pistols, caliber ,43, et Phifer range
in the Fort 1Cobbe Area from 7
1,M, Until noon on Monday, An
altitude of 2,000 feet and A hori.
sontel range of 80 yards area
safety factors.
Also on Mondey from 9 1,m.
until 4 p,m, A Battery, 4th Gun
Battelion, 81?th Artillery will be
firing 90mm guns in the Mintil
Diary arta. MaxiMum altitude is
20,400 feet and maximum horizont.
al tinge, 19,500 yard'.
Fine Field firing range will be
used by the 849th Mlitiary Police
Company We) for terget practice
with ohotguns and sub machine
guns from ? a,m, until 8 p,m,
Tuestley and Wedneaday,
mum altitude le 2,000 feet; maxi.
mun horizontal range is 1,700
yards,
Wednesday through Friday ele.
menta of the USARCARIB school
will detonite exploaives on taw
hland in Gatun take from ?
cm, to 8 p.m, Maximum altitude
le 180 feet, end maximum hori.
sontal range, 30 yardk
Members of the USARCARIB
school will practice rifle firing
Thuroday at the Fort Sherman
Known Diatance Singe un.
4 p,m, MAXIMUM altitude
rt 12,500 feet and a maximum ho.
risontel rem of 3,800 Flail Ire
safety factor.
The Jungle Warfare Training
eliter Will utilize the Pina Field
firing and Pine light artillort
range. from 1:30 A.M. UAW etau
p,rn, Friday tor firing with tint
Mathis and IN reektt Infinite
Molnium altitudo tol Mt:
rannitnum borisonte Mit
SO nth,
THI HAM) WAY
COPENRACIENL Denmark
(UPI) Allan Lundberg, ,I7, a
Swedish tightrope walker, eava he
plena to walk a tirht rote ell the
win, to Sweden and backaboard
ahlp,
Loaner, asid he would mike
the Semile round trip to prOva he
could stay on .10 rope ORPItt the
'lilting end pitching ot the Ain.
tle expected to be on MS Mt
tour hours.



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IAiLMOAt 01551. Balboa' Solt
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ONITArtIAN
,Tris unitarian 60ciety
' lunday Services 10:30 a.m.1
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- 131cig.'362
Int011 Blvd, An Mat ney
A11001
Our invitation to
Moral Religron
Baptit
cocou Dunn GHtica
311 Sirup' Seed
Drawer Ma lialbst. CZ.
Phone 11-1u4
Sdinund bialiworth tomb
Stmday ach001 0 cm,
Inormng Worship La WO 11.1w
Traning Onion ltio
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Prayer Meeting A
Study Lash W idnaiday 1:00 p.m
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Ba 1606 Heights, ,S,
627 Anson airotard
Drawer "a" asibea lialabta
YhaalaMba0 1717
Wiliam IL Peel, Pastor
turiday School .., a:30 a.m
itOrning Worship 10:46 a.m
laptist Tra InitIa Union ,, ir on
tvangelistie Service t 0 pan
'Prayer Meeting. Wednerday !Ott p.m
IAA tibia Sttidl Thum
days 1 1.p , a de OM,
Iten'a IkromerhoA Mast
Monday M mrmthi tile pa
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WIRSI atArrurt aitilaCill
margarita Averote at Ith Street
Marearita Cana! Saha
leo. Wefidall C. Parker Pallet
hula, Wool 140 gilt
lamina mania aal
!AIM Vining LIM0606 1 1 p.m
Amine lushly ,,, :41 Oai
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APIAMA ern
kaloo no Mrs, W, Blain
lb February &root, Phonal 011110004
WOO tiolineas Mooting
3t00 Sunday School
NO Salvation Mooting
?ARMS. C.Z.
goviol biti. C. L., Moseley
Wan, Strut
1109 Meetilii
",CLON CZNTRAL
tr. Captain St Mrs, H. Otani
utn Street, Phone 30.146
11100 room Mooting
3:00 unday School
740 Illation Meeting
;OLON Tittati STYISST
tr, Captain Taylor
11100fo linori Meeting
3:00 undo School
7110 siyduoh malting
tAiNIOW C1TV, CZ.
"110 linty emol
0 alvalionli
Union Churchei
SALSOPL
The Rev, Garet W. OWN Pastor
Balboa Rood at Son Pottle Street
Pastor's phone 1-1451
Church elite 1,3231
1:30 amo-Church School .s free WS
Service, Classes for all ages,
10:30 a.m.-Worship Service ...Church
rinu Story flour for Kindergarten
snd Primary Children. Church-Time
Cradle Roll and Nursery
S:00 p,m.suPost High Fellowship.
1:30 pin.-8:01 p.m, Junior High
fellowship.
7:00 prn.s411110t High fellowship,
011106011001
MARGARITA
Mergarite Ave, end floliver
Rev, Theodore 15, frenitlin Pastor
Ph Ofitlai Office, 111841 Res 3-1401
Solidity Services:
ittall Cm, Church Ittchool, hum service.
Cleat:est Nttreery t roUgh adult.
11100 cett, Morning Worship..
eti fot intents and small thil
drett,
attle pm, Junior fellowship,
1:15 m Youth Fellowship,
A templet schedule of et:ninety sc.
tvitiee end officiel Meetings es an.
flounced from week to week,
11,..mombiliffia
G444MBOA
litev. Witty M. Marton, Pager
Off : 6-410 0430
9:30 a.m. Sunday School,
10:40 g.m. Morning Wornhia,
Official Meetinatt ind vsfekttity
vitiona 60 6111
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Sunday entire II tOti tat a Sunday
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Wattlloaday 11V0 00.
Tilooditio Ranm 0011 800Isa Ithild OldlItit
daily atilt iliondayi ad 101lOaya front
II:sil 0 Ilr 40, find UN to COO 0,ot
Satutdav :SO 0 WIG il,M
,twohind non COO 0 II:00 0.10 steep
Viodnaadayt on0 tattirtilly&
. FIRST CHURCH or CHRIST
SCIENTIST. Cristbal
AIL thuralt torvivoa will bo bold in
tho Pound Floor Room of till itioaonle
TeM881 in Oriatbel (ntlit door to iho
blargoritil Floriall, Citkrar0 is,bn Bolo
bo0 Aventle throtistit ins btoonc
fltinoay &trifle lit00 ILI
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' ini 8:00 o'ci0011
E9 ',', kinday Atrhoo jA'ittiti At A:50 cm.
, 4 fading, ROorti H4tirs ss Motiday 2:00
trr 4:00 Orb oak Wodneadoy COO to StIS
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the evicts, MO 0 Utit thil RillidiAl
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sews desk le wtitine by Wednesday twos et the latest ot eey shemme :
tee the tenting Satetday's hutch sago. 1 4
Ministers, shoests sometimes end elisplehle ere sated le Miens th
.01, PIOUS sod Coble, Sopobes Femme, extend I welseme et
times to mon and wimp's et alio emsod ionises, mid Is holebs
both deeds end manna
As a poles softies. The 'enema Amadeu lists helms. by demo's,
'Woes, omises et beets et wetship sod mho Neale estivithm
Listless me mated tom time to hies. Domminsallem Melee mil!
Ole 10 htte tilligrilettiONS oft lined 61140 "Othet Clietthes Simko,"
A spatial b leshnied tee semkos nt Atmy pods, Alt lone beset
led Nivel Mations.

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ST. mars Ottisell-41stbes
Minds" Mosel; 1:00. 8:00. 10:00 and
111;00 11.10,
snliVationtamlls 11410 ea
Oltreuttillit Bantu's, 140 tioAtOu
tlitleidrytleoe:Blgurntell guer.
iratuietal NOVNISI 1110 pm
tift Mondays
estothilet Casio Mar the I:00 moo
oil undo',
High ;Moat Clul 0:to p.m.
Wednima,v
SUMS 110.41V.Asesit
Sundar hiasialt edit 730 1130
Hal EP10 Mamou -1116 int and MOO
Oa
Contessiodli Satigdap 1130 Sib:00 JOS
'Mat; 78410 Ant4Mi'w11"11111, "lc" I"
&wad !Ilene wavaunnaa 0 ;00 Oat. oh
friday',
Catachiam SO IS Ma ta.
Thunda.
OVS WWI Of rATIMACuralilli
rday Mmo 040
aly Diy M 0130
ontOolomi 0100 aila PAL 06 BM
'Attaching Claim Ilattan My 1140 to 10
a0em11
1 or ST. JOlifftztottal?,.
' utriliiiirliZ,Vt grogirmalls cob
add' Mastaa! ,,,,:00 C111,
antes mat Saturday CU to 410 and
110 to 7 dib,
cataoutara clams Sunday 6:00 as 4:00
0.m.
Miraculous Modal So Yettir MI pon
on Friday.
Convert instruatitinin Thursday 1:00
0 lb,
St VINCENTIIPaimma City
today Mandril MOD end I:30 mat
oly DAV Masitts: 8:30 and ISM pait,
Ittfail on Saturdiy illAA80
4: an 110 cm.)
gotttosstonst Saturday atOtt to 5:00 ond
LI to .5:00 0,m Tattradaya befora Firm
Friday 1:30 Odn
tottrattalOtiA rAt Novena end ate,
bona of the moll friday 140 p.nt
Catechiam litmi Alter CIO mem on
8uhdAy ,
ilturAdAy
Convert Clam IN turi. Tuesday and
tamm.osa
ST. THERESA'Scotton
titi !Way 1130 12
H011 Doy Maw COO tit It talip
saturdaY4:114..nt.)
Cataehlatti OW1 1;10 11 1t00 Dm. on
.110tiday.,
, Contegaional MOO to it3111.11. Sunday.
,,111.4011A SAPTIST Dg LA SALLE
Parquet Letavra
Vida, Masses. 6:30 and 8:30 a.m.
eek Pay' Masai 11130 Mon, Thum
CH. and gat; rind Friday moat 0;00 8,10.
Holy Day Masses 6:00 a.m. to 6:00
0.11hl! '''' -, ro , A
Conitisaionli 8:30 to CIO MA 1:00
4,00 pan. on taturday
Mirilleh louts edal Novanat Melts, 110(1
64,
wittlehisrO Class. 3:30 pits on Ituhdiq
Al. tHEHESEkLa Acta
COnVort Class Monday 7:30 AA
,
Sunday' Mafia, vuo ant
Holy my Maw 140 pm
Contamlohal Saturday 640 to 110 p.m
rhuraday before Firet ittidaY 610 n.M,,
Cate Chem Class: 3:111 pal on lundaY.
Sacred Heart Novena 7;00 m. 611
friday
conitart Claw 6:30 p.m. on Thursday
ATLANTIC SIDS
ST JOSEPIIIII-Colto
Sunday Masses. 535. V :00 and V:18 a.m
Moly Day Wow( CM and MOO cm
04 5.45 p.m
contemnma: Saturday COO to IMO alto
1(00 10 11:00
Mineutouo Nonni Nevem Wednoaday
01111 and 1100 Dan.
Pliketad Ittart NOttna. fill p.m
roily levenint Bervitea t011. p.m,
anted. CIaaat lila p.m oh Mondays
and Tnuradaya
Cateentam Clam: Sunday 1011S an,
Watt an, 1;00 p,m, to 4:00 0,1tk
First rriday typomien of Moat Stet&
ed laaramant an day ittoostition 11110
a.m. Saturday, manna.
San ltda Devatitma to 001 Lady
ot tatimaThe Doty Roaaryat00 ctn.
riratCoMmultion Inatrilationa for chit.
Iran Mondavi and Thutadaya t(00 to
'000 11,111,
MIRACULOUS MILDAlleo.Crlattbal
Sunday Masao 100, I:00 and 10:ad an,
Dolt DaY, MAM0111 0100. 140 cm, and
alp p.m.
ottottat Saturday COS to 1100 Ind
I:00 10 1100 0.111( Altar Rotary Nigh eve.,
rtinm
8firaddlooli Medal Notonal 11:111 and
1:00 45M. MOnditY,
Contrition, Clam( Alto St00 Mao etti
Sunday.
Mot tridoy Solvalttim all day during
the School Year.
tint Saturday, Atom at iltOto lith
MkgaiM
HOLV PAWL, CHtlkett in Martatita
Sunday Mariam 11101 01$0, 1140 1.1u.
Irjrat SatUrday Maim 0.00 Ctn.
Weekday Maates: MOO 1,m,
Sai.urday 7:00 p.m. til :00 p,m.
Miroautoua 'ROOM Novena MO Om
Holy ;,say Momes tal0 a.M. :1$ pont
Confeaalun 1:45 Wm. to :45 0.hi,
I
every Manday
Pariah Yam II amity and
Benedietto , ,, 1100 0,n1
every W nesday.
Diatuattint nquiry lIttui5 It$0 San,
Et
,,t Yet ay.
1st rid, Devotions 7:00 pain,
Dn. aturday Devotions 7,00 0.1n.
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Sti VINCIARTIOadtithblato Clay
Sunday Momet,s1 110 Om Ind
cm,
H011 Dit, Moo itAs IMO Dili IOW SIDD
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Conttitaidni COO to lilD0 autil ND to
I:00 p.m Daturdoy
COlothlant Claims 1014D I Mi
Contmat CloSot-i4vort mends, TIO0
Mtroquinuo Ntritimit '1100
On TtiOadoy
1114creki tifort Moronai italD DAL On
ttidaY
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sumo mool 1:18 km
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unntomemi dill to T:00 telit, MI Bali
attity,
Catoehtmr Claw COO win MI Memitry
tilt &Ain OP 0001) COUNittek,
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tittitiday Motion' T:op ofid StIO 8.18,
Moil Diy tionos84 ,11:80 a.itt and 101
C0416.81814 lohittill it 1)00 0,1lie and
attor 88 evening devotion&
Ilit0 tottio by Itinotntment, '
4411ItidoloLti!a81,,, Nnvonal 1100 CM
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to ...y., go'bOtti't '41!Sti ill.in'bri jitindaY,
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The 'to ptikligert t Pitons)
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TIII CAMORAL or lit LIM
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1:30 La Holy CoMmuron.
1:15 am Chtuth SehoW IWO Onii
hiunion lird Sunday).
, 11:30 Las. Unto Conamutiloo. td Sun
daiL
&Imola Dominica) 11:10
11:00 am Morning Prayer and Set
mom. Holy Communion tut Sunday.
1:00 p.m Evenins Service.
vi SUN 1111.1 VS
11.00 a 111, noir Conuminiom
AO I M Svetit lie Pre Yet'.
HULA OATS
4100 A" hely Cotittnunite
tie am Holy Communion.
DAILT
6110 adorning Pray.
1100 Itiodag lithary Prayeat
COCOU
Chgreh oi eit. ASSN
The Rev William W Baldwin,
Priest hi Chang
UNDAVI
Ely Conuninuon 0E La
ontilittralyq and
ure LAW .....
item oly ant
omins Prayer le 166111611 MOO
nudity sea 'month.
OPIDNISDAS
koly Communios IA Cm CmCORMitilt
CORMitilt CmCORMitilt Chops, lot Tao Gook Shepherd
The Soy Closnro W, Kayo,
Pried la Charge
ISIDAS
0;00 cm Morning Prayer,
Mei tint friday each Month),
MINIM
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th itec goett, Priem tri Chorea
Choral iturharim and Soto
suNDAs
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oil) Ikhool 100 Dm
fan 110.111k 666666666666 I:00 am
hutch !kneel Lt.., i 100 p.m
pladonal 'Young Charidnan p00 p.m
aenmong and Sermo ti00 tAM
M MDAYS. TUIFSDAYS
and riliDAI
itmind Pray and H011
anuttunion I1100 a.th
mini, Prayer I 7'00 CM
Woman a Auxiliary, Ind Ind
WICONFSDAI A IlitiPlarlAY
Loly CommuMen i CM
mins prayer 6 I Cm.
ning Prayer i Oa
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SATUMDAY
tinnily tuchatiti 6 0'00 a m
Office at Complint 66 .bs, MOO pm
n LA SOCA
Pelee Chufti
The Rev. o Is Spear, Priest is charge
"doming Prayer and Choren
School 66 1100 ii,m
Mon 44.. tala ca's
Vonfirmatiop Clans 2 11:30 a,m
.glrat, &dupla and deto
fuchsPkt, tn. t ,.
lo15 41aptIsth f 12:00 noon
vensong and Addro4::: I Dm
3111 MONDAYS
Woman's (WA, '1130 p.m
MCIIDAYS or MIT DAS
Holy Communion 1:00 CM
PALO INC
Chapel 01 the Itoly trntorter
Yen L B PAM in Charge
THURSDA YS
g:30 m, Holy Communion.
MARGARITA
Church et St. MargarM
tspavil tipd Promo Blvd.
The Rat. Idwill C littler
SCNDAYS
t:30 a.m. Holy ComnIllhlOn.
11:30 a.m. ChUtCh Schaal ISI'Vice.
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer. (Holy
Communion Gra Sunday of
the mOnthl
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
S:00 a.m. Holy CommuniOn
rAttAiNg
The Rev Allan IL Wean.
Prison its Charge
The Rev. David it Worm,
vicar Morita
SUNDA e
COO Suehatill Sermon
8:30 a.m. infant 'Annan
8 h Laturch Schaal
,N:00 pEkt VOuth riltIOWOhip
V fo0 1111, kvatiosing and AddrotA
$eid and 4th WEDNESDAYS
1.30 p in Woman's Auxiliary and Ai.
tat. Guild Meeting,
PANAMA PITT
St Paul's Chad
ma vex Lemuel it Shine,. Rector
The Rev. Carlicia D. Morales, Asst.
11:00 LIS, HWY COltatitatileit
110a King Euthatist leention
10:4a a al Morning PtiVeali and ()burgh
Schooi
ik:00 floc, Moly Baptism
V00 e,.m Solemn 'diapers
(heio le Building
TUESDAYS
8:30 wm Hwy Lomthuntott
'1:30 p.m. Evening prayer and Sermon
WEDNicst3Alre
am, tu Hwy Cantrnunion
7:00 u.ra. Evening Prayer
ChultsliAlls ANL) fielDAYS
8:30 e BOO Oatnniunion
HOoLy DAYS
4'00 cm. Hely temmunion.
ruttin CHWICH let4112-NEA
Celan, R.P.
(Opposite Hotel Washington;
tht Rev. J. Peter rarmer Rector
The Itch Henry lik Blake Abaistatit
,
SUNDAY
1140 a.nu Holt Communion
V30 pan. 'solemn Evineong h dermon
IL130 Lin. Miming PrlYer
tO9 Cm. Choral 7Euenariet and lierinnit
I a.m. Church School
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MONDAVI tutSDAV & THURSDAY
ataa si,m. Morning Prayer
8:00 tni, Holy Communion
8:00 p.m. Evoning Prayer
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WEDNESDAY
BA iim. Morning Prayer
8:0Q ii.m. Holy Communion
7:30 OA. Evening Prayer Is Addling'
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' ritIPAY
140 Int, Matting prayer
MO .M. Evening Proyir
ttill A. Children.' I Vernal"'
liatiltbAt
140 ILK Matting ptayot
AO cm. MO, Communion
:Q0 p.m. Evening ,Pioyer
:30 emu OUiro V timeline.
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140 CM, Molting Ptayk
AO a.m. Mt ly Communtoil
:Q0 p.m. Leaning ,Pkayer
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Tbe Ate Dartnee I nap"
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, Stye cm, NW) futtnieliM1011.
.1:30 amt Sung eharlat and itittnan,
10:30 am, Familia Prayst and church
elink, .,
1S:00 naafi elf laption
11;19 bit Stanton, and illenneh
tADNDAYB
ttio eat hi mid iltit Roman's Auld,
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1140 SAS o i o boustittril Di OA
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WEDNESDAYS
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ttil pan. ivessollosi
11111 Bormon
Suiltaf 1 o,m, Pontos
10 IJIL Parma Sunday khool
" 7:10 p.mi Pao-also toongetioil
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SISTH0121,011 1101114A
SUMS', Ott, illthwe am, Rev, Vidor
John Watson 11,D. .. 1 gm, Mr. A. da.
Lovell.
Monday, Oct, tOthg:30 pes. Prepa Preparation
ration Preparation Clam Mt. Geo. 1:30
p.m. Prayer meeting Mr. Pearl Ford.
Tuesday. Oct. 31st.41,110 p.m. Ottla
League, Mrs, K. King,
Friday 140 gm...Choir Practieg.
CHURCH OP MS RASARIENS
Mosmt Hope. Canal Zone
(across from Mt. Hope RR Station)
Revs Ralph HylOnge Pistor
Beg Km Margarita, CAs
Phone 3-2410
Stmday School am.
Morning Worthip 11:00 am,
Svangaiimie Service
Prayer Service. Wed. Om.
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Sacrament Pleatthil Sunday MOO pm,
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Telephone Balboa 4117
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luildlnp 100 Schoolhouta Smut Gahm
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ylemorlat. Sery,ice 10:00 a.m.
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bible Latturd
MONDAY
Adult 11 Me Class
3:00 p.m.
1:30 p.m.
7:30 p.m.
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THE CHtlikeh Olt GOD
15 4t. rque Iselevre. Rio Abet
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MOnlint Worship 1116
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traveling in reetricted border
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yesterday,
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French NOUNS in Budapest ape.
rificallYJeferred to in incident
last Tuesday when military at,
tide Col. trine Lemon, of
kiarristvrit, Pa,, and Irreneh Maj.
Mut Ileyanud Imre held for
nearly in hours 'on the Soviet,
Muntenia batter tin ehittee of
entering a restricted Z06.
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trips of diplomata into reatrioted
brOder rata without special Per,
misithit, the Mural laid.
They ended that the netts
served warning that any dip o omits
mits omits vloisting the restrialan or
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ed egeted (root the eduntry.
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Pideme City
Bishop R. Heber Gooden will
administer the, sacrament of
Holy ConfiroiatiOn and preach the
sermon at the Service of solemn
Vespers, at 7 p,m., Bt. Paul's
Church.
Other services for the day will
be held at the visual hours.
6:00 cm., hoiy Communion.
1:30 a.m.. Santa Communion. 8:30
amp Morning Prayer 0:00 am.
Holy Eucharist and Sermon The
comolunity in getterak is cordial cordially
ly cordially invited.
US Rubber Company
Strike Ends; ,,
2 Others Continue
NEW ?ORR MPI) The United
Rubber Workers Union yesterday
ended RS 22-day Strike slipknot Or
VS, Rtibber Co.' "The ittito
itAinst 11. toodHch and
stone Tire and Rubber continued,
however.
A joint Announcement by US.
Rubber and the union said agree agreement
ment agreement had been reached on bosic
provi,Sions of the chtract, supp10-
mental' unemplOymbit benefits,
and pensions and lnaurancl.
Wages were not, an issue.
In Akron, Onio, L. S. Buckmas Buckmaster,
ter, Buckmaster, international preoident of the
union, said penaiima were the ma major
jor major miumbling block in the way of
contract settlements with Good Goodrich
rich Goodrich and Firestone,
The, other medibers Of the "big
four,' Goodyear Tire And Rubber
Co., reached an Ilth-hour settle settlement
ment settlement with the union before the
midnight April la deadline, Anoth Another
er Another producer, Seiberling Rubber
Co., teached an agreement Thum
day night shortly before a mid midnight
night midnight strike deadline.
Michigan Employes
in Tizzy-110 Pay
So Pillion To Dale
LANS1NC, Mich. (UMMorale
of Michigan MOW employes, some
of whom have, already missed
paydays and there threatened
with missing them, sank to a new
low yesterday ea the, Legislature
went home for the week end
withOld solving the state's cash
crisis.
Before leaving the capitol, the
state Senate passed a bill to boost
the state's use tax by one cent
but withheld action on a plan to
use cash in the veterans trust
fluid to meet state debts,
The Senate action gave little
hope to the state employes be.
cause the house Was expecid to
balk at the tax bill and the Sew
ate was expected to Withhold ac,
tion on the veterang trtist fund
bill as a lever to force action by
the House on the tat bill, which
would not take effect ioon enough
to provide immediete relief, No
tOmpromise MS in sight,
Michigan, basically wealthy
etet is in it prtsent. Made
emberralisment bectue in the
Mitt three mill 'it heti -omit Mort
than it has otileCted taxel
tHIMAND JUNK sALlis
LONDON WM) About 150
garbage colltetors Walked off the
job yesterday because city tad.
als refused to let them stll items
found In trash tans. London's gar
bage collectors went on strike in
1957 to demand the Vght to sell
the salvageable tras They re..
Itirned when they received per.
mission to keep SO per tent of
their junk intome. But the col.
lectors grew unhappy And that
other 10 per eent and eventually
the city council ihaaned all sales.

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Continuing in chapter 13 of RevelatiOn which re reveals
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Iritie Comes From 'ttehind
fWhip Bombers 1,0th

NEW YORK, May 2 (UPI) Jubilant Joe Gor Gor,
, Gor, don claims Ms Cleveland Indians "aren't that good.
But they think they are," and now the Yankees even
are beiinning to think so, too.
The Yankees got their first look low trying for a double play with
at the Tribe last night and one look the bases loaded.
was enough. Ex-National Leaguer Russ Meyer
The Indians showed 1em some posted his first AI,. triumph in re reslick
slick reslick pitching by Cal McLish and lief of Bob Grim while Ernie John Johnsome
some Johnsome mighty potent bench strength son, another N.L. reject, suffered
in Tito Franeona, who delivered a the loss. Joe Demaeatri homered
pinch three-run homer in the 10th for the A's.
Inning to beat the slumping Bronx
-Bombers, 4-2. Two home rune by Harmon XII XII,
, XII, Francona, one Of Frank Lane's lebrew gave,the Senators their vic vic'Inexpensive
'Inexpensive vic'Inexpensive pick-ups, has driven in tory over the Tigers, who now
seven rtms in five pinch hitting ap- have dropped 14 out of 16. Kille Kille,
, Kille, pearances so far this season. He brew's secon4 homer came in the
smashed his homer with RockY 10th and brought Camilo Pascual
'Colavito on third and Bply Martin his first victory of the year. Ed
1 on first after the Yanks had tied Yost homered for Detroit but it
the score at 1-1 with two out in the wasn't enough to keep Jim BUTIning
ninth and then gone ahead, 2-1, in from absorbing his third straight
the top of the lt0h on Tony Kubek's setback.
run-producing single.
Bob Schmidt's' three-run homer
Prantena's blow came off Zack plus another homer by Jim Da DaMonroe
Monroe DaMonroe although Bobby Shantz venport with the bases empty
, was charged with the loss. Yon- helped the Giants beat the first firststarter
starter firststarter Art Ditmar yielded place Braves. The two homers
only ono hita fifth inning hem- were struck off loser Carlton Wil Wile!.
e!. Wile!. b,Colavitoduring the seven ley in the fifth and the Giants
innings he worked. wrapped up the game with two
more runs in the sixth. Sam Jones
McLish hurled seven-hit ball for recorded his second victory al albis
bis albis third straight win. He nursed though routed when the Braves
a one-run lead until two out in the rallied for three runs in the eighth.
ninth when the Yankees, who drop dropped
ped dropped their sixth game in seven Jerry Lynch hammered two
etart, tied the score on Bill Skow- home runs and drove in three runs
ron's double and Yogi Berra's sin- to lead Cincinnati., to, its victory
gle. over second-place Los Angelese
The Indians' victory, achieved Rookie Orlando Pefia posted his
before 36,682their largest crowd first triumph of the season with re reof
of reof the seasonkept them a game lief help from MI Jeffcoat in the
ahead of the second-place White Feventh Don Drysdale gave up
Sox, who nipped the Red Sox, 1-0, Cincinnati's first four runs and was
The Athletics moved into third the loser.
place with a 6-3 triumph over the
Orioles, and the Senators scored a A fine four-hit pitching effort
10-inning 4-3 victory over the tooth- by Jim Owens of the Phils took
less Tigers. care of the Cubs. Carl Sawatski
put Philadelphia ahead for good
In the National League, the Gi- with a basesloaded double off
ants climbed to within a half game loser Glen Hobbie in the fourth.
of first place with a 6-4 decision Willie Jones and Wally Post con conover
over conover the Braves; the Reds licked tributed homers.
the Dodgers, 5-3; the Phillies beat
the Cubs, 4-2, and the Cardinals Bob Friend Was. charged with his
tonned the Pirates, 7-6. fuorth straight loss in St. Louis'
Early Wynn turned in the kind victory over Pittsburgh. Trailing
of game every pitcher dreams a by six runs in the seventh, the
bout in turning back the Red Sox. Pirates clipped winning pitcher
Pe gave up only one hita first in- Wilmer Mizell for three runs in the
ring single to Pete Runnels seventh and got two more off re res'ruck
s'ruck res'ruck out 14 batters and drove in liever 'Jim Brosnan on Dick
only run of the contest with an Stuart's two-run homer in the
e'llith-inning homer off Tom Brew- ninth, but Bob Skinner grounded
cr. It WRS the 262nd victory of out to end the game.
Wynn's career.
A seventh-inning error by Dick
Kansas City rallied for four runs Groat paved the way for three
in the eighth inning to beat Balti- runs that won the game for the
ircre, Frank House doubling home Cards. Hal,,Smith's two-run triple
two of the runs in the decisive highlighted What decisive rally.
, frame. Two more runs came a- Smokey Iturgerllomered for the
Cross when Billy Gardner threw Pirates.'
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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.. May 2 ;-6-
(UP1)Worici heavyweight cham champion
pion champion Floyd Patterson last night
knocked out challenger Brian Lon London
don London of England in 'the eleventh
tound before a crowd of approxi approximately
mately approximately 8,000 fans at the Fair
Grounds Coliseum of this citY.
Patterson Knocked down Lon London
don London twice to have him counted
out in the Ilth round of his fifth
title defense but his performance
was generally considered medio mediocre
cre mediocre against a vastly Inferior als-4
ponent.
Floyd entered the ring a prohibi-7
tive 1-10 favorite although he was
outweighed 25 3-4 pounds by the
former British limpire champ.
London tipped the scales at 208
pounds as compared to 182 1-4 for
Patterson.
' Youthful Patterson, making his
first appearance in eight months,
at times halted his attack and gave
the impression of being unable to
break through the Englishman's
defense.
Referee Frank Sikora counted
London out at 51 seconds of tho
eleventh round with the Britisher
on the canvas and serni-conscious.
He wont down after re recolving
colving recolving a two-fisted combination
of punches to the body plus a
loft-right one-two to tho law.
This was London's second and
final trip to the canvas., He had
been down previously on one knee
in the tenth round when the bell
sounded at the count of five.

LEADING
HITTERS

(Basal on 40 official at bats)
National League

G AB Pt
Aaron, Mil. 15 64 16
Burgess, Pitts. 14 42 6
Bruton, Mil. 12 48 11
Moon, L.A. 16 58 14
Temple, Cinel 16 67 12
Cimoli, St. Louis 18 71 13
Alou, S.F. 15 60 9
Pinson, Cinct. 16 67 14
Neal, L.A. 18 73 13
Jones, Phila. 15 47 9

American League

Fox, Chicago 17
Power, Cleve. 15
Tasby, BAHL 17
Wood ling, Ba Hi. 15
Kuenn, Detroit 15
Ka line, Detroit 16
Runnels, Bog. 14
Strickland, Cle. 15
Skowron, N.Y 15
Bridges, Bald. 16

75 8
62 16
64 13
41 8
62 9
88 4
50 9
57 11
82 10
59 4

Runs Batted In

Rome Runs

H
32
19
19
21
24
25
21
23

25
16

31
25
25
16
24
26
18
20

21
20

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Demeter, Dodgers 21
Banks, Cubs 19
Pinson, Reds 18
Robinson, Reds 17
Aaron, Braves 17

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Triandos, Orioles 17
Skowron, Yankees 17
Cerv, Athletics 15
Killebrew, Senators 13
Strickland, Indians 12
Mifioso, Indians 12
Lemon, Senators 12
Aparicio, White Sox 12

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Mathews, Braves 7
Demeter, Dodgers 6
Cepeda, Giants 5
Banks, Cubs 5
Lynch, Reds 5

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Held. Indians 3
Killebrew, Senators 5
Lemon, Senators 5
Skowron, Yankees 5
Yost, Tigers 5

LEADING
PITCHER1

(Booed on 2 or more decisions)

Pct.
.452
.396
.362
.358
.352
.350
.343
.342
.340

.413
.403
.391
.390
.387
.382
.360
.351
.339
.339

NATIONAL LEAGUE
W Pct.
Burdette, Braves 4 0 1.000
Klippstein, Dodgers 2 0 1.000
Face. Pirates 2 0 1.000
lienry, Cubs 2 0 1.000
Anderson, Cubs 2 0 1.000

AMERICAN LEAGUE
McLish, Indians 3 0 1000
Fischer, Senators 0 2 0 1.000
Wilhelm, Orioles 2 0 1.000
Pappas, Orioles 2 0 1.000
De lock, Red Sox 2 0 1.000
Larsen, Yankees 2 0 1.000

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BAEZ 'WINS ANOTHER Pan Tostado streaks home in front 9f Nebrisca and Don tucho
in the $2000 added Labor Day Classic at the President Remon racetrack. Leading jockey Brau Braun
n Braun Baeza pushed his mount through an opening entering the homestretch then kept him
moving under a powerful hand ride to score go tig away.

Pan Tostado, Baeza Up, Cops
$2,000 Labor Day Classic

ARGENTINE 'INVADERS' Grey-coated Buen Mozo II, an
Uruguayan bred horse, and Ariettioe-bred Mi Deseo are ex expected
pected expected to be the mutuels favorites tomorrow aftehoon in the an annual
nual annual 15,000 added President of the Republic Classic. Buen Mo Mozo
zo Mozo II has a good record against the best horses of Uruguay and
Argentina, finishing fifth in last year's Carlos Pelligrini Classic
which is Argentine's biggest horse race. Buen Mozo H has beat beaten
en beaten Mi Deseo in their only two meetings. However, Mi Deseo has
been out of the money only ence' hi 17 starts in three seasone.

Pacific Softball League

By GEORGE SINCLBIR
,
Simone! Half Standing
m W L Pet. Ob
Cervecerta 10 3 .769
Abernathy 3 3 .727 1
Jantren 1 6 .571 212
Glud 4 10 .286 6
Mauritio 3 11 141 7

Cerveceris Noses Out
Abernathy Unleports
Behind the brilliant Stching of
M,cNair Lane, Cerveceria Pan Li Liquid
quid Liquid took over, ferst place in the
second half by defeating the first
half champs 6 to 5. M Ausmus
started for Abernathy and had the
same dose that wan handed to
Hilzinger the day before.
The Beermen took advantage of
his tired arm after working for a
full week in the Panama playoff
series. Ausmus had things rough
for the hilt three innings beiore
he could settle down while the
Beermen scored twice in the ferst
added one more in the second on
Lobaugh's triple to left feeld and
one in the third on successive sin singles
gles singles by Gi,avelli and Lobaugh and
McArthur's double.
Lane retired the first six Aber Abernathy
nathy Abernathy batters in order to open
the game. He gave up a double
to Chance and a single to Taht
to allow Abernathy their first two
runs of the game.
Abernathy battled hard for two
runs in the sixth to tie the game
when as Tahat singled, Jones dou doubled
bled doubled sending Taht to third. 1.9-
baugh relayed the ball to short shortstop
stop shortstop Carlin and the latter threw
the ball over the catcher's head,
allowing both runners to cross the
plate with tying runs for Ahern,-
thy. The Beerman battled back
in the top of the 7th as they put
the game on the ice with two outs.
Lane singled to center, Padron sin singled
gled singled to right. Lane raced to third
and scored when the rightfielder's
throw was wild st third, Padron
going to second on the play later
scoring on Giavelli's two outs sin single
gle single to center.
As usual, the Abernathy came
back fighting in the bottom of the
seventh as Husted opened the
frace with a ringing double over
third base. Trout singled to left leftfield
field leftfield to score Husted with the '50
Abernathy run. Taht sacrifmed
Trout to second and Lane got
Jones to roll out unassisted and
loop leading hitter Hilzinger to
fly out to center field to end the
lame.
Lane got credit for the win. His
record now stands at It wins It

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gainst 1 losses. Ausmus was the
loser Icemake his record 8 went
and 2 defeats.
McArthur', Lane, Galvelli and
Lobugh collected two hits apiece
to pate the attack for the win.
ners while Taht had 2 for 3 for
the losers.

Me box score:

Pan Liquid

AbRHOA
McArtburs, V 4 1 2 2 0
B. Carlin, so 40131
Osrtea, cf 41130
Kosik, 3b 2 0 0 Z 3
thlerta s, lb 4 0 0 5 0
Lane, p 3 1 2 0 J2
Padron, 2b 31131
Maven, c 4 1 2 3 0
Lobaugh, 11 41201
Totals 32 V11 21 8

Abirnattly

Taht, ss 8 1 2 1 2
Jones, cf 41120
Oilzinger, 2b 40030
Ausmus, p 30101
Hooper, c 30070
Malene, rt 20000
Chance, lf 31100
Husted, 3b 3 1 1 3 3
Trout, lb 3 1 1 5 A.
Teals 28 5 7 21 7
Score by Innings
Pan Liquido 211 000 2-8 11 2
Abernathy 002 002 1-5 7 4

Cyril Lilly Wins
fort Clayton Posi
Golf Tournament

Master Sergeant Cyril Lilly kept
his earlier round lead 'in the Fort
Clayton Post Golf Tournament
this week and fired a neat 76 oVer
the final 18 holes to capture the
1959 tourney by an eight stroke
margin over Specialist Four Jim
Ward at the Four Clayotn golf
course.
Lilly's total of 295 gave him the
top position in the championbhip
flight in addition to tournament.
medalist honors which he, won af after
ter after the first 36 holes of phY.
Ward finishing with a total of 303
took the runner-up spot In the
championship flight and the me medalist
dalist medalist runner-,up laurels.
In the first flight play, Master
Sergeant Lloyd Byers finished
with a 310 total to edge his near

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Mrs. Delia Acevedo's stretch stretchburning
burning stretchburning Argentine colt Pan Tosta Tostado
do Tostado turned sprinter yesterday and
raced to convincing three-length
victory in the $2,000 added six
furlong Labor Day Classic for im imported
ported imported 'three-year-olds at the Pre President
sident President Remon racetrack.
Nebrisca, racing in spurts,
came on strongly to nip soundly
beaten Don Lucho for the place
by a head in the last stride. Ta Tatin
tin Tatin was fourth while Sicabu, Bro Brote,
te, Brote, Aldar, and Manuela Pedraza
trailed in that order.
Pan Tostado, off to a good start,
was rked within striking distance
of the bunched leaders to the final
bend where Baeza shot him
through a 9arrow opening and
sent him winging to his impres impressive
sive impressive victory.
The hefty brown son of Pain
Grille;-Mocosa turned the six fur furlongs
longs furlongs in 1:13 1-5 over a slow
track and returned $5.20 to win.
The Pan Tostado-Nebrisca one onetwo
two onetwo returned $29.80. The day's
best win odds were Diocese's $11.-
80 in the sewenth race end the
Mauricio-Diocese doubles was
tops for the day$104.80.
'Leading jockey Baeza ,Fernan ,Fernando
do ,Fernando Alvarez, Jose 1.11log and Sandi Sandino
no Sandino Hernindez shared saddle hon honors
ors honors with two victories each.
The dividends:
, F I RST RAC I
1Jullo Verne $9.60, $580
2Remo -480 r
SECOND RACE
1Crews Hill $3.80, $3
2Henco (excluded from betting)
3-14cenciado $3.80
First Double: $31
, --
THIRD Rua
1Francisquito $2.40, $2.20
2Julie $3

FOURTH RACE
1La Pelirroja $5.40, $4.60
2Singiluz 4.20
Ouinisla: $17.60

FIFTH RACE
1Ntivana $4.60, $2.th)
2Titina $2.60

SIXTH RACE
1Maurielo $9.40, $4.80
2Silver Heels $7.80
SEVENTH RACE
1Dioeese MAO, $5
2Granadero
Second Double: $104.80
EIGHTH RACE
1.7abalina 59. $4.20
2Tuti Frutl $5.80
Qu Inlelal $34.80
NINTH RACE
1Pan Tostado 5.20, $3.20
2Nebrise $4.80
One-Two: 29.80

TENTH RACE
1His Majesty 12.80, $2.20
2Bongaros $2.60

ELEVENTH RACE
1-4avilan $3.60. 13.20
2Vergniaux $9.60
Orte-Two: $32.80

est competitor, Sergeant F t
Class Andrew Cies lik by nine
strokes. Colonel John D. Coney,
Fort Clayton Post Commander.
took top honors in the second
flight competition with a 17 stroke
margin over Sergeant First C:ass
We Hie Lewis. Play in the third
flight found Sergeant First Class
Ronald Grahac winning with a
commanding 24 stroke lead over
his closest rival, Master Sergeant
Arthur Grahem.
The five low scorers of the totir totirnament;
nament; totirnament; Master Sergeant Lil!y,
Specialist Ward, Master Sergeant
Joseph Doublewecz, Specialist Four
Dick McConkey, and Master Scr
geant Byers will represent Fort
Clayton in ,the Panama Arnied
Forces Golf Championship sched scheduled
uled scheduled at the Fort Amador and
Fort Davis golf courses from
May 7-10.

sEEKs REPEAT VICTORY
, NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. (UPI)
Pung of Hawaii, first
Winner of the Triangle round rob robin
in robin golf tournament in 1953, will
eompete in the 1959 event at the
Canoe Brook Country Club, Swill
mit, N4., June 3-7.

PLEASANT SURPRISE
KENT,. 0. (NEA) Kent Stat
Coach Trevor Rees expressed sur surprise
prise surprise at the fine tournout of back backfield
field backfield candidates this spring, an a area
rea area he had previously character characterized
ized characterized as lacking depth,

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Milwaukee'. 9 5
Los Angelis 11 7
San Francisco 10 7
Cincinnati 9 7
Philadelphia 7 8
Chicago 8
Pittsburgh 6 9
St. Louis 5 13

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Pct. Gil
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.611
.588
.563 1
.467 211
.471 112
.400 312
478 6

Today's Games
San Francisco at Milwaukee
Los Angeles at Cincinnati
Chicago at Philadelphia
St. Louis at Pittsburgh
,
Yesterday's Results
Might Game)
Chicago 000 200 000-7-2 4 0
Philadelphia' 010 300 00x-4 8 0
Hobbie (2-2), Henry, Elston and
S. Taylor.
Owens (1-1) and Sawatski.
, (Night Gama)
St. Louis 000 310 300-7 14 3
Pittsburgh 100 000 302.-6 10 3
Mizell (3-1), Brosnan and H.
Smith.
Friend (0-4), Blackburn, Porter Porterfield,
field, Porterfield, Face and Burgess.
(Night Gams)
Los Angeles 100 000 200-3 11 0
Cincinnati 004 000 Ola-5 8 1
Drysdale (3-2), Labine, Fowler
and Roseboro.
Pefia (1-1), Jeffcoat and Bailey.
(Night Gams)
San Francisco 000 042 000-6 6 0
Milwaukee 000 002 020-4 8 1
S. Jones (2-3), Worthington, Mil Miller
ler Miller and Schmidt, Landrith.
Willey (0-ij, Bull, Trowbridge
and Crandall, Lopata.

BALBOA MIXED LEAGUE

Teams Won Lost
Dillon-Hickman 27 9
Boyd Brothers 23 13
Ideal Bread 22 14
Grecha Music 21 15
Bass Shoes 21 15
Ebonite 20 16
Pascual Cookies 17 19
Canada Dry 1512 2012
Camel Winston Salem 1412 21
Pabst Blue Ribbon 14 22
Paper Mate Pens 12 24
Turco Products 9 27
Leading averages: (Men): Ru Rudy
dy Rudy 173, Neckisher 171, Alvarado
170. (Ladies) Rudy 153, Metzger
148, Scith 138.
Dillon Hickman 2
Camel Winston Seem 2
The Camel Winston Salem near nearly
ly nearly stopped the Dillon Hickman, but
the Dillon Dillies staggered
through to an even split. Maxwell
Linderberg for the Cigarettes wal walloped
loped walloped a 247 game in the opener,
and this carried hes team to a
60 pin victory.
Lindy came back with a 174 and
Jess Pate teamed up with him
with an 184, but the Dillons off offset
set offset this duets efforts by Bob Car Carlin
lin Carlin hitteng 174 and ,the Dillon star
Lee Clonts hit 192. This left the
issue up to the recaining members
of each team, and here is where
the Dillons pulled away by 30. A Again
gain Again Lindy came up with a strong
204, bu tan overall team effort
on part of the Dillons, gave them
the game by 15 sticks, to gain a
split.
Linderberg fenished with a 625
scratch and 676 handicap Jasse
Pate had a 544, and Ann Hill 513
both handicap. For the Dillons,
Lee Clontz hit 529-556. Bob Carlin
557 and Glenn McNeil 566, Doth
handicap.
Next week the Digons are sched
uled to meet the Canada Dry,
and this may be a preview of
the coming playoffs, because -Ca
nada Dry won the first half and
the Dillon Dillies are leading by
four points with only eight points
to go.
Boyd Brothers Insurance 1
Ideal Bread
Although Boyd Brothers held on
to second place, they loSt a won wonderful
derful wonderful opportunity to close the
gap on the Dillons because the I,
deal Bread Loaves took them for
three points. The Boyd Brotners.
took their solo point in the opening
round, but after that Jim Reccia
and Mighty Mite Charlie Eliren Elirenberg
berg Elirenberg took over and the Ideals
coasted to the next three points.
Both teams still have a mathe mathematical
matical mathematical chance for the second
half, the Boyds are four in arrears
and Ideal five. For the losers,' Cu
ly Bates talleed 526 scratch whil
Mel Leidner had 520, Ginny' De
Veau 502 and Paul Karst 557 all
three handicap. ,For the winning
Ideal Breal ail eembers :were in
the 500 handicap bracket; Jimitee Jimiteecia
cia Jimiteecia 5701 Nancy Johnson 521, Bea
Jensen 507, Earl Freund 530 and
Carlos Ehrenberg 538.
Paper Mete Pens 2
Greche Music 2
For the Grecha Music i vas
too much of Carmen Flom and
Raul Alvarado, when she 170
and he piled up 234 for the per

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Teams W L Pct. GB
Cleveland 11 4 .733
Chicago t., 11 6 .647 1 elk.
Kansas City .10 7 .588 2 41"
Baltimore 9 8 .529 3 Amiwe
Washington 9 .500 31,4?"..7..
New Yell( 7 9 .438 41s
Boston 6 .429 41s
Detroit 2 14 .125
Today's Games
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New York at Cleveland
Boston at Chicago
Baltimore at Kansas CitY
Washington at Detroit
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Yesterday's Results
Washington 010 100 010 1-4
Detroit 200 001 000 0-8 8 2: ;

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Pascual (1-2) and Porter.
Bunning (0-4) aud R. Wilson.
(Night Game)
New York 000 000 001 1-2 7
Cleveland 000 010 000 3-4 5 1
Ditmar, Rucks, Shantz (04),
Monroe and Berra.
Mc 'Ash (3-0) and Nixon.
(Night Game)
Boston 000 000 000-0 1
Chicago 000 000 01x-1 5 0

Brewer (1-2) and White.
Wynn (3-1) and Lollar.
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(Night Game)
Baltimore 110 010 000-3 10 1 ",",
Kansas City 000 011 04x-8 10 O.,
Walker, Pappas, Stock, Johnson
and Trinados.
Grim, Meyer (1-0) and Rouse.

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by 33. Both kept theer good per- ':-.0
1 Lest formances and the Paper Mates ''
9 Pens frinned down Grecha by eight,l'"
13 pins in the second round. At this
14 stage of the match, the Grechr''',' ,!,
15 Music struck the right chord and
15 struck the right pins and won by1"
16 enough to gain an even split by
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19 20 pins.
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Alvarado concluded with 585,, ,,
A 21 scratch and 609 handicap. Carmen, ::
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Alvarado concluded with 585,,,
scratch and 609 handicap. Carmen,
collected 582 handicap, and Ernie,,,
Wolitarsky whacked 527 all han-,4
decal,. For Grecha, the Isthmian
all event scratch champ nealy;,,
gained another honor, when he
had 181, and 180. In the tenth,
frame with his second ball be--
missed the No. 6 pin which would
have given him three of a kind
ABC Patch. All of the other Gre-,
chas went over the 500 handicap
Vi Rudy 501, Bev Halliday 515,
Helen Glud 550 and Lou Glud 528.
Bass Shoos 4 Pascual Cookioe 0 i
The Pascual Cookies were not
up to par and the Bass Choes
were just slightly better. Net -re.
suit: Bass 4 Pascual Cookles,1
gooseegg. The winner's Elsa
Kleeshmann, copped the scoring'i, '"
honors with 530, Don McGuire's
521 was next, and Volkswagen
Kleischmann just got it under the:-!
wire with an even 500, all handl-
cap. For the Pascuals Mim Smeth
upheld her end with a 506 and'
Joe bieber tucked in with 51.7,"-
both handicap.
Ebonit. 2 Canada Dry 2 -I"
In another even split contest, '!
the Ebonites walloped the ferst'''''
half winners in the initial stanza,--.
and this insured them the TP. The
other games were deceded by thr
and five pins' in favor of Canada; ,!.
Dry Hi Spots. The Hi Spot 'ofol
the match was George Metzger'?
203-520 and 556. The other soft
drink fizzes were Jinny Hassier's.,
with 553 Bruce Hassler 524' 'atidu-r
Manny Fernandez 526. For the
Ebonites all bowlers went over the ",,,
5C handicap; Freddie Martinez"
516, Bess Shepard 564, Mary Mor Morrow,
row, Morrow, 549; Burt DeVeau 533 and" '-
Bruce Morrow 537.

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Turco 0
Due to festivities en the
the Turco Sultans were not able
to offer full playing strength and
the Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer WIIS
served four foamy winning mark-io:..
ers in a silver tray. With no,,:
pressure, two Pabst Blue Ribbons
waved 500 scratch series, Blackie,1,
Miller 521. and Dee Carter 514,,,,
Another Pabst that came in for
recognition was Harry Rouse,
checkmateng 510 handicap. For 441,
the Turcos, it Wal Mister Sultan
himself, Bill Nickisher with 532' t
scratch which helped him In'
tussle fori the first place average t
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BAEZAJWINS ANO'EHER Pan -Tostado. streaks home In f.ront 9f N' e'briscn aii.d..Do--'n.. 'Luch'01' 1-h4Spleghinliwiatadnrueegkipiticrelliac'o'. I."'" 11:01 1.787 ,I
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Pittsburgh . 6 9 .400 31a
ponent. lio Baeza pushed his mount through an opening entering the honiestretCh then kept h,im
Floyd entered the ring a prohibi- moving under a powerful hand ride to score gting away. Chicago . . 8 it .471 th Now Yoric I 9 -438 VA
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Boston 6 8 .429 Vs.,
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Yesterda3r's Results
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-wows Mrs. Delia Acevedo's stretch stretchm.
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eleventh round with the Britisher 11':-::',--::;:--:::'-ii-i:ii;'' rIdT sp:'''.: : ':''gl"-v.0"? 1:.:. R-,,,, .1,01,,114, -.
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wo Wilwo homers on the canvas and semi-con- -,
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Bunning (0-4) and R. Wilson. ,,:.,
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with twO : .,::::;:::-,::: .-- 7' 'z'''''W-':':'':' ':, ''',',.,,,';';'. ,,':.:kik 0,,,,,, furlong Labor Day Classic for im-
of punches to the body plus a i:::-..--...,:::,-,:::-.:,:...:.--: ......Tt ,::, -::,:,-a:::K:,, -.,:::---.'1' ,11;AL ','.. St. Louis 000 310 300-7 14 3 New York 000 000 001 1-2 T II
Sam Jones .::::,,...,:.,i,.:: ,. ,,-:: ::!--::.,,,,Oky,p.:::::.: -iii.:i:,,A:3 ,,...:e,,-,,,,...t, :1',ti.::- ported 'three-year-olds at the Pre-
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been down previously on one knee ::- ,....,,...-- 'iik-::::::::,::::::::,;,:;;::.. ,:::-: ,-, ,-..:A.: '""V; beaten Don Lucho for the place Friend (0-4), Blackburn, Porter- Monroe and Berra.
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sounded at the count of five. .,,,....4- .....::::,.,::,,,:::::::::. .4::::::::.::,, ,:i., - ,.,
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coat in the HITTERS ,::: f th b 'hed leaders to the final and Roseboro.
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gave up ..,,:i,:',!:::::::!;a:,,:miiik:,;i:',;:-:':::,...':.-::::::,' :1;::iiiiiiii:ii:ii:::::::0::i::::?:,::::::iiiii,:w:, :.... bend where Baeza shot him Pefia (1-1), Jeffcoat and Bailey. Wynn (3-1) and Lollar.
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: ,:.,,,,:::,,.,,...,:,,:.:..;::::::;:ii:::::::k:::- ::,,:::W;M?:;:i! :,I,:-:,A!M;N,H;;:4::iN,K:i:'::::,:;: ,s- .. . ... .. -,::-..,:,: sive victory. San Francisco 000 042 000-6 6 0 Baltimore 110 010 000-3 10 1'
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Phils took ARGENTINE 'INVADERS' Grey-coated Buen Mozo Ii, an Grille7Mocosa turned the six fur- S. Jones (2-3), Worthington, Mil MilSawatski
Sawatski MilSawatski G AB it H Pct. Uruguayan ,iored horse, and Argentine-bred Mi Deseo are ex- longs in 1:13 1-5 :over a slow ler and Schmidt, Landrith. Walker, Pappas, Stock, Johnson-,,
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alibis off Burgess, Pitts. 14 42 6 18 .452 nual 15,000,, added President of the Republic Classic. Buen Mo- The Pan Tostadu-Nebrisca one- and Crandall, Lopata. Grim, Meyer (1-0) and House. . ,, '',
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Post con- Moon, L.A. 16 58 14 21 .362 Argentina, finishing fifth in last year's Carlos Pelligrini Classic best win odds were Diocese's $11.- ' ''
Temple, Cinci 16 67 12 24 .358 which is Argentine's biggest horse race. Buen Moto H has beat- 80 in the seenth race and the 5 A ,,
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SOFTBALL; TROPIMLCOlonel Rims,' Army Atlantic aria
commander and commandant of the U. S. Army Caribbean
School, Fort Gulick, presente.the Championship Softball Trophy
for 1959 to Capt. George IL Black, commanding officer of the
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They Pack .-Weighi In Golf

By AL CARTWRIGHT

NEW YORK (NEA)-- What Yu,
Brynner has aone tor the sionheat.
and Enos Slaughter for the con
valescent home, Eddie Oliver hat
accomplished for the fat man.
The one-time barefoot, caddy at
the Wilmington, Del. Country
Club Is proof on the hoof that
fatties can excel at golf,
He's only 5-9 and displaces 220
potmds and even after all these
year; and all those groceries; still
handles a lot of tournament mo money.
ney. money. He made a pretty good run
for ihe title in the recent Masters.
He is one of only two who ever
busted 280 in the Auguata Nation National
al National show. Ben Hogan is the other
and. he had to go- do it the
aame year, which is 'pretty much
s the story of Oliver.

So, it you're m gent with pound poundage
age poundage problems and like, golf, or
would Ake ,to tackle. it don't sur surrender.
render. surrender.
This 1,Ctlit dike !COM' 011 er,
who tOrni ,,atitber,'InAirofessional,
Golfer, to tylitikliborOttitlintis
and .wedges,k
The jolly gis(9';' who .bow
playing out of Denverit Could
be Hesperia, Calif.,"or then again
waybe Lemont, IILadvises his
lellow,Calorie spies to fors't
cracks from the lateny.
Oliver hail, been called some
choice, name ,through tle 'years
that he has been' playing before
thousands, of -spectators ,on cosIrs7
es around 'the country,i,
"Most of them have referred
to my Physical properties,t' he
blushei. "Like Blubber; Fat Bo3r
Regal Man, Tubby Amd the two
;TIM lopular, Porky and Pork
Oliver points Out how tonnage
tan be an asset.
As he puts et, "People like us
possess certain advantages over
Golf Grows
With Nation
k 1
Oasamo I

4101.0me

he short and thin or the tall and
.ean golfer."
These advantages, he notes, are
Itysicel and chemical: "My waist
line does not hurt my swing or
golf in the slightest.
, "Balance should be maintained
at all times throughout the awing.
Here is where we slightly -stout
men might outshine golfers in oth other
er other weight classifications, because
it is a common fact that we pos.
sess an abundance of what it com
monly called rhythm.
"I am able to put my weight
to work for me to hit a long ball:
Perhaps there are some heavy heavymusCled
musCled heavymusCled persons who cannot do
so, but they can counteract this
by working on accuracy."

41milW

- Fat guys usually have a short
backswing, for obvious reasons,
and do not get as mach turn as
a thinner man. But the Porkchop
looks upon these as no handicaps
and doesn't feel that they, should
gause lack of power to a great
degree4 -.sod z,,t
.1-Itls not how far youilging the
clubt.baek, but what hanpens at
,
the boint Aof 'contact.
'After all," soothes the friend
of the Criscp Kids, "the clubhead
attains maximum speed just prior
to Meeting hhe hall, 'and if the
wrist4A4tion Achieves good club
speed, At this point and the ball
is hit properly, good distances Will
11)8111t.'

--
.101ots heavyweights have a re reputation
putation reputation for being jolly, affable
and nod sports.
, "This is, distinct advantage'
concludes Porky Oliver. "IF we
hit a bad shot, we dismiss
thoughts of.' it immediately and
approach the next one with the
utmost concentration and belief
that now we are going to hit At
godd one. This is a must for ev every
ery every golfer who,wants, to shoot, a
good game -- concentration on
every shot at all times.
"I do not niean to haply, how however,
ever, however, that this should keep you
from conversing with your part partners
ners partners and otherwise enjoying your yourself
self yourself on the course.' You can and
should engage ht gay repartee.
Golfing should be fun."'
So is eating, and Edward does
well in both leagues.

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4 Sy' RAY; Vali .:
'
1,01.11SV Ky. UP1)--Op
timism-ran mg.A. out, J'isciy Mu."'
was the. gat ,liorsentes t.u.a.d
toda y. IA the final hours before
to riming t tits 42.0,thAt- oatAes
Itentucay Peroy t
, Eigateelf horbes still 'are 'ached 'achedulett
ulett 'achedulett to' match strides in the tirst
at the Triple Crown classics al altaougn
taougn altaougn trainer Jimmy Jones of
Calumet fare has not yet de deglued,
glued, deglued, whetaer to 'run Un-And-4.M.
But Jones, wmner the last two
years with Iron Liege and 'Tau
Tam, hits just about, deemed to
employ jocsey Johnny Hecknisit
if ne does try to win tares
straight with a horse he once
witourew and Wen reinstated.
"'the situation has not changed
and pease do not read ant AY
signhicance into' heckinson being
nutted as jockey,lt Jones said.
"All-that means that Aiau
name a rider so they could get
the programs prutteo. rve
you ooys enough wrong dope al.
ready."

Trainers On Edge
Oti-And-On was on the track
yesteraay mormng for a gallop
with kieekcami In? tne saddle.
Even fi-un-Ana-On is scratched
from the 85th runmng of Ameri AmeriCa'S
Ca'S AmeriCa'S greatest horse race, the bin
of the tiela had tne framers cat
edge. s,
'it IS pretty easy for the best
horse to get beat in a field of
tins size. Just a littis bad iuck
will do it," said Sill F111114014
WhO in charge of the colt
named
Tin !loping but it's so wide
open and the horses are so close.
ly matched that any tittle oad
tack can get you beat," be
adoed My colt coattail have
aone any Atter the other day.
a'innegan 'finished second to
Open View in the Derby Trial).
He was tired. The race should
help him and 01 expect him to
run back better atter a rage
over the track. But all we, can do
is hope." t ,

Aside limn ivrinkling theh'' tot totlectiVe
lectiVe totlectiVe snouts io Patrician
tenet,' the golfing-, fathers ifiave
done nothing' to discourage professional-
paracipation in the Slot
Machine Open, currently in pro pro'
' pro' qua al Las Vegas,' with a fleord
tAlcutta poor 'of
!But now measures' are being
considered, Joe Diy, executive Se Secretary
cretary Secretary of the USGA; the games
ruling body,, admitted yesterday.
Ali proposal has been submitted
which would bar from the Natio National
nal National Open any golfer playing in a
tournament sponsored by, "known
gamblers or gambling interests."
If the executive committee, te
which the proposal must be pre presented
sented presented for official disposilon,
shotdd approve, it would con constitute
stitute constitute a matter of no little con concern
cern concern to many top ranking players.
They would have to choose be be'tweed
'tweed be'tweed the lush' reward" of the
'gamblers' promotion and the in incomparable
comparable incomparable prest'ge of the big
one.
Thil week's field, for example,
Includes: Cary Middlecoff, Julius
Boroc And Totamy Bolt, all form former
er former Open winners; Art Wall Jr.,
recent Masters victor; Ken Ven Venturi,
turi, Venturi, Gene Littlere Dow Finster?
wald, sparklers Among the young younger
er younger set; long driving Mike Souctiak
aod Gary Player brilliant inter internationalists.
nationalists. internationalists. ,U proposed res restriction
triction restriction were in effect, none of
these would be -permitted to play
in the Open st Winged. Foot here
in June. ;
To other engibles, Sam Snead
and Jackie Burke, declined an in invitation
vitation invitation to play. at Argall. Snead
pleaded a conflict m eommit eommitmenti.
menti. eommitmenti. luxke,, who qualifies by
WillAing the Reusion. Open a week
age wis outspoken. "I'm surely
no prude, but I just don't believe
gambling town provides the
proper atmosphere for golf. I
don't need the, momy that bad."
Dey wouldn't hazard a guess as
to how the executive committee
might let on the high-octane pro proposal,
posal, proposal, "Our prime responsibility
is to, the welfare of the game.
We've eliminated this sort of thing
front all tournaments over which
we ,have supervision and'Its our
desire to see be ting pools ellinin ellininated
ated ellininated everywhere. I'm ,sure this re reflects
flects reflects the committee's thinking,

the Pim ef Pea;
, -
The Professional Golfers Assn.,
which' is to the 'Cashand-carry
legions what the USGA 'is to the
simon pure, takes eurious at,
--Wward the Machine
Open. These gentlemen. neither
embrate nor disavow it Ostrich.
like, they just pretend it' -isn't
there. No other pre event IS eon.
ducted under such, ambigous, con.1
ditions. 1
' An attempt by. Norton Smith,'
then president, to declare Vegas,

off limits, wag beaten down y-,the
PC1A'- executive 'committee, If the
pros ,repudiateC their own leader leadership,
ship, leadership, could they be expected to be
any less submissive loAhe USCIA1
The pros' doctrine, as enunciat enunciated
ed enunciated by- Bolt, this r "Golf is' our
business. We play where the' mo money
ney money isvt ,
iThe Vgli tOgit 61i, thanks 10
the Calcutta, barred in oiler
Competitions,. is lusciously appeal appealing.
ing. appealing. In addition to first-place prize
Money, the. winner, by tacit un understanding,
derstanding, understanding, ge s le percent of the
first place pool money, an item
that won't miss 820,000 by mush
this time.

Tho Charity Gimmick.
As an epology for using golf ss
bait for dice tables and roulette
wheels, the gamblers piously
donate percentage of the pool
to a charity headed by Walter
Winchell who, in gratitude, sheds
his, customary reticence for the
occasion to engage in a putting
contest with Hollywood celebri
les, after which the championship
proper may proceed.
Ito pros also lean, on the charity
gimmick to justify their presence
in an event which their current pre
sident, Harold' 'Sargent, is known
to look upon with distaste and dia.
may.

In this connection, it is re.
vealing to note that no major
league ball club on spring tour
is allowed to remain overnight in
the gamblers' paradise. All, such
appearances ire but ti onedaY
stands. This b explicit order of
Commissioner Irprd rdck, viho re'
Members all to6' well how the sure'
thing creeps loused up baseball
once before.

Local High Schools
Invited To Play In
JC Cage Tournameni

Tournament director Stewart 7.
Brown has extended invitations to
Balboa and Cristobal Hegh Schools
to enter teams in the annual J.
C. Basketball Tournament.
'This year's tournament will take
place during May 14, 15 and 18
and will be played on the spacious
n0Of of the Balboa Community
Gymnasium.
School teams will be limited to
Liew-tembera. No eligibility rules
will be enforced as non-school ag aggregateons
gregateons aggregateons will also be taking
part. All members of the schoo
teams must be full-time students.
Tem rosters are due May 1.
Further details may be obtained
by 'contacting the tdurnament di director
rector director at 2-1704.

CHICAGO (NEA) New post postwar
war postwar records for golf course de development
velopment development were set in 1958 for
the tifth consedutive year, accord according
ing according tol the 4nnual report of the
National Golf Fotmdation.
A total of .182 new regulation
layouts and additions were, open opened
ed opened during the last year. No fewer
than 293 were under construction
and 959 were in various stages of
'flaming.
The 182 new courses and ad
(titans represent an estimated 827
million investment in land, con
struction and maintenance equip.
med.

s.

Sports Briefs

RESCHEDULE GAME
NE w-forix (UPDThe New
York Yankees have announced
that the postponed game of April
11 with the Boston Red Sox has
been rescheduled for Yankee Sta Stadium
dium Stadium Wednesday night, July 8,
provided the Jul 7 major leigue
Ali-Star Game is not postponed.
JOINS OLYMPICS STAFF
BRUNSWICK, Maine (UPI) --
Dr. Daniel F.' Hanley' of Bruns Brunswick,
wick, Brunswick, Bowtioin College school phy phyOctal,
Octal, phyOctal, has been, named to- the
U.S. Olympic Team's medical
staff. Hanley will accompany the
team to Roma for the 1960 games.
gAIDS BUY SOUTHPAW
,
St.1OUIS (UPI)The St-Louis
Cardinals purchased left-hander
Bill Smith from Omaha' of the
Americas, Association Tuesday
and placed pitcher Mary Grissom
on. tha diaabled ,list With' a bad
back4 4 '
MIAS THREE, WINNERS
, UREL, Md. (UPI)Jo'cliey
Howard Grant raised his riding
rership to SS winners at Lacrei
1 Way with a triple.

IBC, Gem la Stale
Feel Sting Of HCAA
Imposed Pena Ilies

NEW- ORLEANS (UPI) The
University of Southern California
and Georgia State Teachers, Col College
lege College have felt the sting of NCAA
disciplines, and other schools
charged with athletic infractions
inns, be dealt with todaY.'
The 18-ntember nolicy-directing
NCAA council, which 'ends its
three-day ming wieeting-in New
Orleans today, Tuesday rejected
"USC's appeal to have NCAA NCAAimposed
imposed NCAAimposed penalties ,reduced. The
California school NV8S charged last
Jan. 7 with illegai recruiting
nractices while it already was on
two-year probation for illegal aid
to athletes.

to mums.
Georgia State Teachers. which
resigned last March while the
NCAA infractions committee was
investigating the schen is
charged with, permitting two ath athletes
letes athletes to play inter-collegiate bas basketball
ketball basketball ,after they had signed pro professional
fessional professional baseball contracts.
Walter Byers, NCAA executive
director, said member institutions
wolud be advised of Georgia
Sta;e's failure to abide by NCAA
rules and urged not to compete
'against teams from that college.
Dr. Norman Topping, USC president,-
received the NCAA ruling
with ma deep sense of disappoint disappointment."
ment." disappointment."
ATSC has been placed on two twoyear
year twoyear probation and barred from
participation in all NCAA cham championship
pionship championship 'events for the first year
of the ,probation. It 'also is out outlimed
limed outlimed from appearing in any tele television
vision television events which are NCAA
controlled.
Byers Said tint council today h
studying other 1, case, received
from the infractions committee.'
The,. schools involved have not
been named, :but. he reported
cases ',A are pending against 36
other college or universities.

is hope." t
, Likes First Lam! ine
Just about every trainer, giy;en
a break in the running, thinks
his horse can win it.
J, (Casey) 11 Y e s, who
trains favorea First Landing tor
Christopher T. Chenery,'Idtasted;
"Waked his last, three races and
the colt as going ,fine., Tbe two
horses inside me don't break
fast and till, the speed is on out outside.
side. outside. We should get the rail," be
claimed.
But Bob Wheeler, in Jest, didn't
think First Landing ,was so well
off, Wheeler trains-Silver Spoon.
the first filly since, 1945 to 346
in 'a race only one' of her' sex
ever has won.,
"We are in No. S. I have Casey
where can eliminate him real
quick," he said with a grin. Then
in a more 'serious vela he said
hi thought Silver Spoon had
good chance to join Regret as a
Derby winner, tointing out, "she
'has trained real good."
Sword Dancer Fit
Frank Childs, 'going strong de
spite his 71,years, feels Tomy
lee, the- second -choice, Is ready
for his best while' Elliott Burch,
who, handles third cheice Sword
Dancer, pronounced his colt fit.
"1 am not too keen about our
post, position (No. 15) but there
are a lot worse than the' one I
got. But give us the breaks and
we have a good thence," Burch
said,
Hirsch Jacobs and his son,
John, whtr train ilur Dad for
theh daughter and sister, weie
not worried about being in the
No. 1 slot, They could get caught
in a jam as the others charge
out of the starting gate in a des desperate
perate desperate lunge for positions.
"It's who gets lucky. Your
horse has to get a chance to
run," said young John.

Colon S011ball
tpaglie

The series for the Colon Softball
championship started Wednesday
afternocur betWeen Cerveza Bal.
boa and Aka ide Vives.
The series is a 3-best of
Wednesday's results:
Aicalde Vives on the first
garde by the score of 5 rtms to
one for Cerveza Balboa.
Herman Agard (4-0) had Balboa
blanked till the fourth inning. In
the fifth two sUlight doubles Car,
los Lopez 'and Gilberto DOSMIld
Produced the only two hits and
run of the ball game.
Agard had nobody walked and
one strikeout.
Morell had 3 Web and 3 struck
The inning battery was Her Herman
man Herman Agard and Coelho McMorris.
The losing battery was Eduardo
Morel and Jerry ,Evans.
The best batters were Herman
Drown (32) Enrique Bordtto and
Agard with 2-1 each for Alcalde
Wye,. ";
'The 'cinly home run was batted
by pitcher Agard with no one on
base. ''',
For the Cervets Balboa, Lopez
and Dosman with 3-1' each. The
only twolits 'of the Balboa team.
The pitchers for the next game
will probably be teslie4 Drayton
and Anastasio Molinari,

By7(iSCA.KTRALir,

NEW YORK (UPI)At least 98
per cent of those who play golf
are cheatsknowingly or unknow unknowingly.
ingly. unknowingly. It would be impossible' to fix
the percentage in each of those
two categories. Rut, whether de deliberately
liberately deliberately or due to ignorance, the
rules of the fairway- take the
worst smashing in sports. ,''
"No more than two per cent of
the players know and abide by
the rules," flatly says' Joe Dey,
executive secretary' of the; U.S.
Golf Association. "And, while two
per cent may 'be high,. ler" be
generous." ,
Ignoring- the deliberale cheat,
Dey contends that most people
simply don't know the rules at
golf--even the basic ones. Much
of this is because of the bropd
"cope necessary to govern an in international
ternational international sport in which no two
courses are exactly alike.
"If you watch 98 out Of 100
players," he contends, "you ,cap
catch them in a penalty, be1ore
they reach, the sixtb tee.'
Should ,0bey Rules
And, all quibbling aside, they'll
fracture basic rulea which every everyone
one everyone should obey both in lelrfies
to themselves as well as thise
with .whom they are playing;
How many people 'do. you know
who break the most ltindaineritat
rule of golf, simply ,that the ball
Shall not be touched from tee to
cup and throughout should be
played as it lies? '
, And you, sir, are egolfing cheat
1. Play an old ball across, a wit-,
ter, hazard and substitute a: new
one then or when you get on the'
green.
2. Use winter rules. ,t
' S. Remove growing obstructions.
4. Ground your club in a toad
trap.,
a. Play a new ball even with
the point where you went into a
water hazard.

' Can't Change UM
, "One of the most fractured
lutes," says Dey,,"ia cleaning the

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ball or substituting a new one.
Look at the duffers who refuse to
risk a new ball on a water hole
but replace the ball after clearing
the hazard., The rule, says you
must hole out the: ball you have
driven unless it lost, out of
bounds or so cut as ti be udit for
play."
Then there are those bandy
"winter rules" which most back backera
era backera employ even on July 4.
"Winter rules do not mean pre prefrered
frered prefrered lies," says Dey. "There
are times when some section Of a
course is damaged and you can
get a ,free drop. But in consider considerMg
Mg considerMg 'winter rules' then, there's the
question of whether the ball is to
be teed up by hand or with the
clubbead. The' answer is, neither
way."
As lor "obstructioni," artificial
!things may be cleared from ihe
area of the ball and, In the case
of a. soft drink stand, you may
,move two club lengths in any di direction.
rection. direction. But not to improve your
'line. Only to get a whack at the
'ball. You cannot move, bend or
break anything growing-In clear clear,
, clear, g loose impediments you are
penalized a shot, it the ball moves.
In clearing unnatural debris there
is no penalty if the, ball moves.
Ws Moro Pun
'"On taking,. your stance, you
can only Aground the clubhead
lightly," Dey explains. "The eluI)
must not be pressed OWL You'd
be surprised how, by, pressing
down with a- club, some golfers
make brasale shots out of nib
lick shots."
In sand traps, the clubhead
must not, contact the. sand until
the. ball struciL If it doesand
how' many Use the wedge while
taking their stance to dig a cellar
in back el the bal14-it's a two twostroke
stroke twostroke penalty And on water
har,ards, the rule is that you- drop
a new ball with the' point where
it went in between you and tht
hole.
- Scores might to go up it even
these, few basic tules were ap applied,'
plied,' applied,' Dey admits, but his conten contention
tion contention la that the real fun of ptay ptaying
ing ptaying would be increased, too.

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JupiOr ..C611-egt... W. ins .Shoor..-:1
'59 1Basketb:911..:Championship...-:,.

The Green Devils of Junior Col College
lege College acme from behind in dramatic
fashion to win last night's game
4nd this. year's basketball cham cham1pionship.
1pionship. cham1pionship. Coach Paul Moser's unique de deMose
Mose deMose featuring. a four-man tone
with a chaser completely blanket blanket,ed
,ed blanket,ed the J.C. offense for the first
half. The half time score found the
Tigers with a substantial 12-point
lead.
Between halves the J.C. club was
forced to make a hasty review of
their secondsry offensive system.
This chanse paid off handsomely
iht the Devils outseored the Tiers
19 noints to 11 in the third charter.
In the final stanza the J.C. -boys
racked up 24 points to Cristobal's
8.
The outstanding performance of
the evening was turned in bv Gary
Alexander who tallied 23 points for
the winners while little brother
Donnie accumulated 17. Leading
the scorers for the Tigers was Don
Humphrey and Jose Crooke with
14 each.
A more thrilling game could not
have been wisbed for on this Na National
tional National Elks:Youth Day. ElkS pres present
ent present at the game overwheiminelY
chose, Gary klexander as the out outstanding
standing outstanding athlete of the evening.
For this nerformanee nary wss a awarded
warded awarded the Nstinnal Elks Youth
Day Basketball Trophy.
The box score:
Junior College fa ft pt to1,
Gibson, W. 1 1 2 3
Alexander, 1"). 7 3 4.17
Alextinelsr, G. 9 7 1 2'3
Mead, R. 2 1 5 5
ourlock, 5 -1 3 11
Trimble, G. 0 0 1 0
HumphreY
Totals 23 13 16 59
Cristobal
5 4 2 14
Kull e 2 1 1 5
McGloin .1 5 5
'Roseman 2 1 5 5
8 2 1 14
Tompkins 2 0 1 4
Totals IS 11 15 47

Clutch Halting
Keeps Madins
On Top- In IL

YOVNG IEAS0Michael Whitehouse, 5, inspects aquatic stars on hand .ssit a New York
poor for practice leading to ,a Decoration Day meet, end allows that they shape up very
well.. Ths lovelies are, left to right, Bormie Bokler, Pat Trimmer, Anne Jones, Terry Ancona, .1
Jane Murphy and Kathy Carlson. ranging in age from 14 to 17.. They are swimming champs.
$.
, 3.

NEW YORK, May 2----(UPI)--
Clutch bitting is keening the Mia Miami
mi Miami Marlins on top of the Interna International
tional International League.
The Marlins came from behind
vesterdav to edge the Montreal
Royal. 4-3. and nick up their sev seventh
enth seventh triumph in the last tine
pines.
Tom Humber and Bob Lennon
hit homers to give Montreal a 3-1
lead. but Miami snanDfd baek to
tie the score In the sixth and win
in the ninth Jim Archer nicked up
big fire win for the Marlins.
The Buffalo seored s run
in the 12th inning to ,beat 41tich 41tichmond,
mond, 41tichmond, 7-8. Jim 'Coker hit two
homers and Henry Mason ritched
scoreless hall from the 10th inning
on for Buffalo's victory.
Columbus scored sty runs in the
fifth inning! to wallon Roehester. 8-
2. as Dick Lines won. his second
straight.
Toronto. behind Bob Chskales
seven-biter. broke deadloek in
the eighth frame with st run to
trim the Haven Sugar Kings, 2-1.

Teams
Miami
Ca bombes
Olettmend
Toronto
Rochastor
Montreal
Ruffs!.
Havana

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Columbus S. Rochester 2 (N)
Buffalo 7. Richmond 6 (12 in inning&
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FOR RENT: Modern Duplex
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po Campo Alegre, Ricardo Arias Street.
Tills. 2-2341 and 3-3379.
FOR RENE: Campo Alegre,
furnished one bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. New, furniture, hot water,
balcony. Call 3-1789.
FOR RENT: Modern apart apartment
ment apartment three bedroom, two bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, maid's room, wash tubs,
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"Olga Building," Eusebie A.
Morales A El Cangrojo.
Enquire apartment No. 2.
FOR RENT: Lovely two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment in Campo Ale Alegre.
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3-5749..
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May 15th to September 15th.
Tel. 3-1892 S:00 a.m. to 7:00
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balcony, maid's room, El Can.
grojo. Eusebio Mora lee Ace. Vic Victoria
toria Victoria Apartmonts, Tel. 3-71311.
FOR RENTs--Coropletely fur.
nished modern apartment in Be Bella
lla Bella Vista. Excellent location. Two
bedrooms, largo liwing room,
balcony. dining room, two baths
with cold & hot water. garage.
phone. For infomsation 2-0024
or 3-7955.
FOR RENT:Funtished apart,.
ment, Army approved, clean,
modern building, ient lo location.
cation. location. Automobile Row No. 36.
FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartment, living room, dining
room, kitchen, garage, hot ro rotor.
tor. rotor. Phone 3-1T16. "F" Street
No. 20. Cans:vie. Enquire apart apartment
ment apartment 4.
Rooms
FOR RENT: eaitope Atari:
nicely furnished room. Private
bath, meals if desired. CaR
3-1789.
FOR RENT: Clean furnish furnished
ed furnished room, cooking facilities
Bach !or or childless couple.
43rd Street No. II.
SERVICES I
TELEVISION SERVICE
TV. Radios. Hi-Fi Transitors
specialist. We service all makes
and Models. We don't pretend te
guarantee our work. We guar guarantee
antee guarantee it.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, Tivoli
Ave. 1S-20; Tel. 2-1905.
Having trouble with your TV,
HI-FI, or Radio? Call U.S. TELE TELEVISION
VISION TELEVISION Customer's satisfaction
Workmanship guarranteed. Fast
Home Service. Phone 1-7607
Panama. 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Commercial Sites 1
FOR RENT: -- Professional or
commercial office on ground floor
Edificio Urraci, c 00000 Aye. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa and Federico Boyd, 82 square
meters, $125.00. Call Panama
3-7038..
FOR HIRE: Space for office
or warehouse. Call Pinturas 1st 1stmanias.
manias. 1stmanias. Tills. 2-344 and 2-0857.
vcial
AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Your New Or
Used Cat
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 86 Mo.
on new ears
AGENCY DEHLINGER
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
IlLOK AGENCIES
85th Street A Junto Arosemena
Avenue. Oullding First National
City Sank ot New York Winch)
La Exposition
announces its new telephone
numben:
2-3397 and 3-7259

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Automobiles 1

FOR SALE: Ford 195i Y-1
4-door custom 100 $2300. Dal Dalboa
boa Dalboa 1629.
FOR SALE: 1956 4-oor
Plymouth "6" vary good condi..
tion, good tires $1100.00. Cali
Ft. Gulick 561 Qtrs. 539-A.
FOR SALE: 1950 Pontiac
$30000, C.Z. Inspection 0420
B. Ancon. phone 2-3651.
FOR SALE: 1955 Plymouth
4-door sedan, excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, must sell immediately will
sacrifice. Call 84-4257 or 84-
3291.
FOB SALE: Buick 56 Special
2-door, hard top, mileage 14,-,
000. Very good conditieg,
61350.00 Phone 3-2375.
FOR SALE: 1958 Vauxhall
4-door sedan, very good condi condition
tion condition Can arrange terms. 0599-A
Bayano Street, Ancon. Phone
Balboa 2-2744 or 2-636E.
FOR SALE: 1948 Studebaker
Commander, new tires, new
brakes, good mechanical con condit:on.
dit:on. condit:on. Call 86-3297 or 86-
4289.
FlOR SALE: 1953 Ford
Station Wagon, automatic shift,
excellent shape, $700.00. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Balboa 3551.
FOR SALE:Black 1958 Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet Impala convertible. Sligthy
over 400 miles, excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. Power steering & brea8s,
wonderbar radio, dual exhaiist
system, white side walls, call
Balboa 2336.
FOR SALE:-1955 I doer Chev Chevrolet,
rolet, Chevrolet, hydromatic, radio, two
tone, excellent condition. Tel.
Balboa 1835 or house 800-D.
Tavern; Ila 5t., Balboa.
FOR SALE: Wartime Wil lye
Jeep. Everything works. Duty
paid, $399 cash quick. Burnham
Los Rios 2-1654.
FOR SALE t--1958 Chevrolet,
5,000 miles, duty paid, call a a7435
7435 a7435 evenings.
FOR SALE: 1955 Porch'
Coupe, rad 51,995. Call Navy
3682.
Price Hike Bill
fixed By FTC,
Justice Dept.
WASHINGTON, (UPI) The
Justice Department and Federal
Trade Comcission FTC yester yesterday
day yesterday opposed legislation that would
require many major corporations
to justify price increases at goyernment-Dperated
public hearings.
Robert A. Bicks, acting assist assistant
ant assistant attorney general in charge of
anti-trust matters, said the bill
wOuld tend to make price changes
subject to government inquiry
rather than "to free market
forces."
He also told the Senate anti antimonopoly
monopoly antimonopoly subcommittee the mea measure
sure measure could "slow the necessarily
fast pace of price adjustment
The proposed legislation, spon sponsored
sored sponsored by Sen. Joseph C. O'Ma O'Mahoney
honey O'Mahoney (D-Wyo.) would cover any
corporation worth 10 million dol dollars
lars dollars or more in an industru where
eigth or fewer firms control more
than 50 pet cent of the- annual
volume of 'business.
Such fires would be required,
to give the FTC, Justice Depart Department
ment Department and Congress 30 days ad advance
vance advance notice of any price increase.
The FTC would call a public hear hearing
ing hearing within 30 days, at which the
corporation 'would be questioned
by the commissioh and the at attorney
torney attorney general on the reasons' and
needs for the price rise.
The bill would not give the gov government
ernment government any power to forbid a
price increase. Its aim is to
ward off unwarranted and infla inflationary
tionary inflationary price hikes through the
pressure of public opinion.
Gui
American Life Ins.
Co. Military
For the same basic low NSLI
rates charged by the govern government
ment government during W. W.
Phone anytime Panama
4-0430
DIPHTHERIA KILLS TWO
NEW YORK WPI)--The dea4h
of a four-year-old girl this month
and of a Bowery derelict in
January were the first in the eity
in five years to be attributed to
diphtheria, the Health Depart Department
ment Department reported Tuesday.
NO LONGER NEEDED
WASHINGTON WPI)--The Post
Office Department rants Con Congres
gres Congres ti abolish the 48-year-old
postal savings system. !Ands ley
H. Noble, department controller,
said Tuesday the system no long longer
er longer was needed now that regular
banking services are generally
available.

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Miscellaneous
ECM 5.41.8:--6 12 cublifeet up upright
right upright ,fkezatil years old $325.-
00 like new. New compressor
and moist'. Call 3-1813 before
8:00 a.m. or aftar 5:00 p.m.
SPETON SPETON SPETON
A new efficient product. Ask
reliable drug stores.
FOR SALE: 21" R.C.A, TV
$90.00 0420 11. Ancon
phone 2-3651.
, FOR SALE: Ferias Ph ft.
high for Carport 3 gates
Tel. 25-3108 after 3:30.
FOR SALE: Two year old
G.E. automatic dryers, $150.00.
Phone 86-3143.
FOR SALE: Runabout, fiber fiberglassed,
glassed, fiberglassed, 13 feet trailer, 15 HP
Evinrude, complete, $450.
1951 Chrysler Sedan, radio,
good condition $400. Call
Clayton 2281 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: Serval Electrie
Wfreezer top, $130.00, boY1
and girls bikes, $10 each, Bam Bamboo
boo Bamboo couch. Call Balboa 1432
after four or weekends.
FOR SALE:Treasure Detector,
large electric clock, small 60 cy.
de generator, 30 Winchester
rifle, Double barrel thot gun, 6
volt auto generator, radios, TN.
sets, small phono amplifiers,
used tubes, parts and speakers.
Phone Woolems, Balboa 2692.
FOR SALE:Lowers for Due Ists
House 1578--A. Tel. 2-1282.
FOR SALE:-1 typewriter, Royal
14" pica type, rust resistant ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. 1 clarinet,
ebony, excellent condition wimu..,
sic stand. 1 RCA phonograph,
cabinet style, wiradio, almost
new Bogert 20 amplifier, new
diamond needle and new Vid
tunable. Excellent buy. 1 almost
new wardmbe suitcase. 1 ladies
suitcase, like new. 1 over night
bag, very good condition. Call 2-
2440,
FOR SALE:-5 small Mexican
chairs antiques 4 dollars each
need repair. 1 upholstery( arm
chair $30.00. 1 modern Mexican
painting $10.00. Mexican mate materials.
rials. materials. 4-1488.
FOR SALE:---Ono 21" RCA 'CV.
Call Balboa 1503.
FOR SALEEt--24 inch boy's bi bicycle
cycle bicycle with new tire and halms.
I
Lessons I
Spanish Classes Spanish ass.
set. Every day except Satur Saturdays
days Saturdays and Sundays, morning,
afternoon and evening classes.
Panamanian-North American As Association.
sociation. Association. Peru Avenue No. 66.
Tel. 3-7963 (near 'Bella Vista
Theatre).
Bronze Bust
Of Sen. McCarthy
To Be Unveiled
APPLETON, Wis. (UPI) A
bronze bust of Sen. Joseph Mc McCarthy
Carthy McCarthy (R-Wis.) will be unVelled
tn the Outagamie County court courthouse
house courthouse here tomorrow.
Tke occasion will being Sen.
Styles Bridges (Rp11.11.) from
Washington for a d edi c a t ion
speech. The former ,Wiscpnsin
lawmaker's widow will be on
hand, and a state Republican
women's convention will be sus suspended
pended suspended ,at Oshkosh so delegates
DI ay attend.
The bust will be dedicated on
the second anniversary of the
death of the controversial lawmaker.

UNITED FRUIT COMPANY

Great White fleet
New Orleans Service Arrives
Cristobal

"MORAZAN'' May 2
d'ULUA" May 9
"YAQUE" May 16
'MORAZAN" May 23
"ULUA" May 30
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo

New York Service
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VARISMINA" I
"LIMON"
,
"HEREDIA"
'JUNIOR" ;
''COMAYAGUA"

CRISTORALAF.C.CA. FEEDER SERVICE
"TEXITA" 1 Every 05) Days
Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
, and ,Seattle.

SPECIAL ROUND TRW PASSENGER FARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:

To New York and Return S240.00
To San Francisco andiot Seattle and Return $365.00

TELEPHONES:
CRISTOBAL 2121 ,PANAMA 2-2964

FOR Leaving Isthmus,
furniture aced soeliances
three bedronm apartment. Jar Jar'pain
'pain Jar'pain prices. Urgently: Telephone
3-7990.

FOR SALE: Chinese hand
carved dining room sot; almost
now, specially for Diplomatics
and entertaining, (also beginnots
Violin). Panama 46 Strait 11o.
34. ()lions 3-1815.
FOR SALE: SIMMONS
"Midis-a-bed" sofa In occollont
condition. 'Folk Clayton 6212.
FOR SALL.--Retrigerator $90;
Stove $90; Frier $11; Hollywood
double bed $60; Steam iron $9;
Vacuum cleaner $48; 9x12 rug
and pa $30; Mahogany desk
23; photo equipment, plants, ac accept
cept accept highest bid by tomorrow,
leaving. Tel. 3-6526.
FOR SALE:--Nie leave, double
bed, mattress; Ni-Fi raio-records
player; bar with wheels; basket
sofa; child's basket chair; high
chair; crib, maftress, child's
chest of drawers and bathinette.
Phone Panama 3-0595 34th SC
No. 3-44.
FOR SALE:--9 esi. ft. Westing Westinghoes
hoes Westinghoes refrigerator. new 60 cycle
motor $5000; 3 drawer solid
oak chest $10.00. 0777-D Wil Williamson
liamson Williamson Place. phone Balboa
1681.
FOR SALE:Almost new 12
pounds Maytag automatie wash washer,
er, washer, $195.00; gas stays, 850.00;
dining set $85.00, 8 pc., bed bedroom
room bedroom sat, 8175.00. Call Tel. 3.
7990.
Help Wanted
Expert typist wantel by Amer American
ican American firm. Good knowledge Eng English.
lish. English. Male, single, under 25.
Write to P.O. Box 133, Panama
City.
Housekeeper, age 25-35 with
refer ---- live fn135 month.
Laundry, imning, cleaning, cook cooking.
ing. cooking. Phone Navy .3711. English
1111Ctillary.
New Drug Found
For Parkinson's
CHICAGO (UPI)-reA new 'drug
is of "positiVe value" in the
treatment of Parkhison's Disease
or "shaking palsy," two New
York doctors yeported today.
They said 'the drug is- chlorl,
phenoxamine hydrochloride. Drs.
Doshay and Kate Con Constable
stable Constable of Columbia University
said in the current journal of the
American Medical Associ a tl on
that chlorphenoxamine is especi especially
ally especially use ul for the relief of
muscular yigidity, losi of motor
function, fatigue, depression and
weakness. These alIN are symp symptoms
toms symptoms of Parkinson's Disease; s
The physicians said the drug Is
less effective against tremor, the
most outstanding symptom of
the disease. ,
,
Claim Drives
Man To Suicide
,
HERTFORD, England (VPI)
Retired post office engineer
Francis Walters, 67, was despond despondent
ent despondent because a heart ailment pre prevented
vented prevented him from working.
He felt tven worse when he
received an income tax demand,
for 62.50. ,Walters sent his wife
to the income tax office where
she was told that it was a mis mistake
take mistake and he owed only 10 cents.,
But Mrs. Walters returned to
find her husband with his head
in the gas oven. Th coroner ye-,
turned a vbrdict of suicide.
Arrives
Cristobal
May 3
May 10
May 17
May 24
May 31
ftRINEMOWNE10

'FOR SALEt--LetC 500 god 1.000
ureters. la tit Notre illegdremg
Urbanizatiew OCPOSS the Memel
Racetrack. Ali late with street
treats. sewage. water main ea&
electricity. Call 1t1411Acitaroett.
Tel. 4-0976:

FOR SALLLot '1.046 square
meters in the iresV location of
La Crests. situated between "V"
Street and now stiset. For infor information
mation information please call Tel. 1-2170
from 8 a.m. to 11 noon and from
2 o.m. to 5 p.m
Personals
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
RCM 1211 CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE. BALBOA 370S
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Boots & Motors
FOR SALE: -,.! Landing barge
LCM6 with 2 gray marine diesel
motors 225 HP hull and motors
perfect condition. Apply
Blok Agencies. Telephono Pan Panama
ama Panama 3-3397 or 3-7529 or Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3719.
FOR SALE: 38 ft. Diesel 75
HP boat 460 gals., fuel capacity
radio, telephone. Four bunks 32
and 12 volt electric systems gal galley,
ley, galley, head, 52500.00 Balboa
2-3578.
FOR SALE: Coronet hardtop
"Iguana" with Mark 75 motor.
Fully equipped on heavy duty
trailer,I2.50000. May he men
at pier N'o. 1. Coco Solo. Phone
Mci vain' 36-356.
FOR SALE: -- 28 ft. sloop with
25 horsepower auxiliary', located
at Balboa Yacht Club, hull No.
283. Phone G. Fitzgerald, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1589.
FOR SALE:---5 h.p. outboard
motor A-1, WO; 10 h.p. out outboard
board outboard motor 2 propellors, $150;
Plywood boat 12 ft. cartop duck duckboat
boat duckboat or dinghy, $50; 12 ft.
t hydroplane with Mark 40 Mer
cury troll at 3' mgh or speed uP
to 50 mph, $500. Trailer 16 ft.
T-Noe 590. Tel. 87-3109 for
appointment.
FOR SALC-114 ft. deluxe nail:s nail:shout,
hout, nail:shout, CrissCraft boat, Laminated
fiberglass,',,remite controls, kip,
twin 35 h.g. Evinrude, 1951
?motor, 746-A.
,
LtljPeitoli.liek.,,,':.,...,;
ITiiC6,,riiii06.1n VS VSCilariripioilihi0i..'".
Cilariripioilihi0i..'". VSCilariripioilihi0i..'".
. , ., ,
Fifteen enlisted men and ono
officer have been selected frow
this command to take part in tbe
U.S: Army, rifle and pistol cham chamPionshipa
Pionshipa chamPionshipa to be held at Fort Ben Benfling,
fling, Benfling, Ga., May 2 through June
6. The party departs, May 26 by
Military ,Air Transportation Str-Y'.
vice from Albrook,Air Force Base.
Personnel 'selected for this team
may be additionallt selected to
stay for the,remainder of the na national
tional national matches' which ate to held
at Camp Petr3r, Ohio from July July21
21 July21 through Aug. 29, o.
First Lt. William P. Newton, lst'
Battle Group, ,20th Infantry,, has
been appointed non-firing OIC to
accompany. the group during their
visit to the states. ,,,
The rifles and pikol team mem members
bers members are exepected to return' to
this command on or about June 7.
Trainer, Clawed
By Lion, Finishes
Act. Collapses
WEST SPRINGFIELD, Mass.
(UPI)--An animal trainer, bruised
and bleeding after a savage at attack
tack attack by a 450-pound African lion
staggered through his 12 minute
act and then collapsed outside the
arena last night.-
Prince El Ki Gordo, '40, a na native
tive native of Johannesburg, South Af Africa,
rica, Africa, was treated for a severely
lacerated left arm and clasw
marks at Mercy Hospital and re released.
leased. released. Caesar. a five year old lion,
jumped the trainer just as he was,
starting to put 10 lions through
their paces before some 3,500
spectators. The act opened the
Melha 'Temple Shrine Circus at
Eastern States Coliseum.
The animal's leap caught Gorde
unaware and knocked him to the
floor. 'The beast seized the man's
left arm in jaws and clawed
him savagely as attendants fired
blank cartirdges to frighten the
animal away.
Gordo finally drive the Bon off
by clubbing him with the butt end
of his whip.
1500Strike In
Disioaie' Over'
,
Pc!;(1. Coffee Break
STAMFORD Conn. aTp1)--Twe
trade, unions went on ,s tr Ike
against the Associated liuilders
of Fairfield County, Inc., Friday
in what the employers said was
a dispute, over ',paid 15-minuto
coffee break.
The 1,500 .workers walked off
their jobs ,atter negotiations be between'
tween' between' their representatives and
the employers broke down. The
unions are the bricklayers, stone:
masons, gement finishers a n d
plasterers, and the hodcarriers
and common Morello

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dvetor' Gut

Q.-Would you suggest one soli
conservative five per cent stock?
I would like to invest $20,000, in
one Etch stela to bring in about
$100 a month. Some relatives have
stock like this whieh pays, them
five per cent plus a sizable check
for the -sale of voting privileges.
I think it IS Pacific Tel. and Tel,
There Ire a 'few odd Ideas
here.,Let's take them one by one:
Why must it be one, stock? No
room in the desk for say) three or
four or five certificates.
Of course, if it had to be one,
you couldn't do much better than
Pacific Tel and Tel., but it won't
yield five per cent and five per
cent on $20,000 wouldn't yield $100,
a 3nonth either. More mearly' $80
a month. Pacific Tel end Tel: in incidentally,
cidentally, incidentally, yields about 4.3 right
now, which is a good yield when
one considers its high quality.
Now as to this selling of votes.
Not in this country and certainly
not Pacific Tel. and Tel. I imagine
Yon meari sale of rights to sub subscribe
scribe subscribe to new issues of stock be below
low below the market. Very often these
rights are valuable and may
either be sold for cash or exercisbd.

not racmc Tel. ana Tel. I imagine vanicipanis 1
you mean sale of rights to sub- ...
IF.,.1
scribe to new issues of stock be- ...0.
low the market. Very often these Members of the cayuco racing
rights are valuable and may teams are invited to gather in
either be sold for cash or exercis- the chapel a Gamboa Union
W. Church for a religious service to
morrow morning at 7:15. The min minBy
By minBy all means buy some Pacific ister, the Rev. Walker M. Alder..
Tel., and some''',Other high grade ton, will conduct the service, con conissues,
issues, conissues, too. But I don't think YoU sistuig of hymns, readings, pray praycan
can praycan count on $100, a month from. ers and a brief' talk. His. theme
Will be "And the Motmtains will
$20,000 if you want this 1 quality.
Such a yield would mean a six move, i, i
per cent investment and that is
Ketty rare this, day in the top Il. IP, Jenne' Itall armounced en
quality brackets. behalf of ,the hospitality and ar arQ.
Q. arQ. I bought the following stocks rangeinents committee that the
from 1951 through- 1957: LeXa Oil, men -will, as is previous years.
U. S. Oil and Gas, Arkansas Oil spend the night at the Gamboa
Venture, Consolidated Uranitic. Civic Center. Breakfast will, be
Blackstone Uranium, King Oil, served at 6:30. .,i
Lake Otter Uranium. Can you
tell me if they have any value, Sunday School st Gamboa Un UnA.
A. UnA. I find a bid of seven cents ion will be condticted at the usual
a share for Lexa, 20 cents a share hour of, 9:30 cm. Mrc Paul M.
for King Oil and 1.-4 of a cent on Bell and Mrs. W. C. Garber 110'Pa
Consolidated Uranium; no bids that all .who are,to participate in
for Arkansas Oil Ventures and the Mothers' Day, service on May
Blackstone Uranium (although 10 will be, oh hand 'for a01201.10ql a01201.10qlthere
there a01201.10qlthere are some offers to sell the ments and rehearsal. i
stock at a ,half cent a share). 'And ' 0
I can find no market on' US. Oil Weinberg of Ili itoman eatholle
will attend mass.. at Out
,and Gas and 'Lake Otter Craig; Cleft'
urn. , lady of GoOd Counsel thirch is
What do you tit your i
tious moments,,Buy cornet lots ,,Tho Vesper Circle will meet ell
on the moon -- Ittiesday Ilay.13 a,t the residence
' ' Mrs It 7 Jenne...,
1107'
Q. Suppose I held See sharesof The Bartlett Circli se
a stock with par value of 35 cents. bold 'its monthly meeting at the,
Mori 'pau.. Gamboa...if ,

What do you lb your
UM. , , 1 4-may or Tfoou VOU111101 enurcn
tious moments,-,Buy corner lots ,The Vesper Circle will meet
on the moon ,-,. Tuesday, Iday 13 a,t the reside
,, ... ,. , of Mrs. 11..1121 Jenner..,
Q. Suppose I held 500 shares ef -' The MarT'Bertlett Circle' I
mot' a 'pill:, Gamboa..if ,, i
a stock with par value of 35 cents, bold its monthly meeting at
Ili the company calls it in, and home el 31rc 3: D. MacLean
gives only one share of al new 95Wednisday, May 13, M 9:30 a.
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Service Center Theatres TODAY!

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BALBOA .1:45 4:11100 6:117 8:30
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ALSO ,SHOWING SIT,NDAY AND MONDAY!

DIABLO
7:00
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GAMKOA Van Heflin Tab Hunter
8:15 "GUNMAN'S WALK"
In CinemaScope & Color!

GJITTLIN
7:00
MARGARITA
7:00

PARAISO Bruce Bennett Lon Chaney
7:00 "DANIEL BOONE, TRAIL BLAZERS"
SANTA CRUZ Joan Collin Richard Burton
7:00 "SEA WIFE" In Cinema Scope & Color
CAMP BIERD -k
"HI DI BO" and "SKYLINER"
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Par'', stork for every '12,' that
sharem What becomes of the
other '459 chares? Are the stock.
holders being taken in?
You now have 12 shares Instead
of 500, but the entire company, for
example, will now have a total of
only 12,000 shares,,outstanding to
stead of 500,000; In other words,
your percentage of the total
picture is still the same whether
you have 500 shares in the old set setup
up setup or 'only 12 in the new.
, Th6 459 shares would be cancel cancelled.
led. cancelled. In fact, the entire 500 which
were called in would he cancelled
and '12 issued. ', ,1
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for Cayuto Race
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TenyThomas Peter Sellers
Jessie Matthews. June Medium
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can see is the concern of these two physicians at the Bosten
University School of Medicine. Dr. Sydney S. Gel lis, left, Who
invented the vision-ineasuring device, and Dr. John Gorman
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EDUCATION SMILESTSgt. and Mrs. Henry Gomez display
smile, of sialsfaCtionas they have both used their extra UM
during theirtour inttheXanal Zone towards gaining a higher
education. Cion lez, is, scheduled to depart May 19. for Florida.
State University where 116 will enter under Operation Bootstrap.
Mrs. Gomez has complete,' three years of high school in twO
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June 1959 Class. (Official USAF Photo)

Out-Of-This-World Kissing
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space is pretty down to earth, says
Helen Jean Rogers, a TV pro producer
ducer producer and former Harvard in instructor.
structor. instructor.
She puckered up with an Air
Porce officerduring "a simulated
space test in a plane; ,t the
Wright Ain Development Center in
Daytone Ohio, recently;
Despite the fact that MissA-Rogers
and the officer were, 'weight 'weightless,
less, 'weightless, the kiss was "just the same
as on earth," she said.
The 29-year-old green-eyd bru brunette,
nette, brunette, who hails from Oak Park,
was the ifirst woman outsider
to take the test which wps part
of the battery given t, the :astro :astronauts."
nauts." :astronauts." She took Montt a ciew to
film the test fdr her program,
"Open Hearing" (AticTvy, on
May 3.
The group spent several hours
in the air, repeating the test
about 20 times. to, produce a
thrust equal to the pull of gravity,
the- plane, padded inside to cumh cumhion
ion cumhion bumps, had to reach- an alti.
tude of 12,500 feet, then dive 10
degrees at 480 miles an hour. As
it pulled up 'like a roller coast coaster",
er", coaster", the passengers experienced
about 15 seconds of mtightless mtightlessness,
ness, mtightlessness, the same reaction which
would be felt in outer spice.
What did it feellket
"Out of this world,' Miss Rog Rogerg
erg Rogerg said in a phone interview
front her ofrice in Washington,
D.C. "It was exhilarating. You
feel relaxed, hanny. light. There
are no burdens. You :hist feel de.
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feeling stays with you afterwardS.-
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the cameramen. I knew I must
look oolish loating 'around but'l
didn't care."
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suit and helmet and was bire birefoot.
foot. birefoot. For one diveo, 'she' put '00
magnetic shoes and walked on the
ceiling. .....
"The blood doesn't rush to Oa
head. In fact, you seem rightsia
up and everything else seems Up Upside
side Upside doWn. But yott have to be
careful when the end tomes or
you get bashed on the-head," she
said.
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into each other in air, like..."
bunch of balloons. Then titer
learned to navigate, as in water,'
moving their arms in a swinapt
ming motion similar to the breaely'
stroke.
"With practice. vou ean Ile hert,,
on the air,"' Miss Rogers ex explvined.
plvined. explvined. She tried to write ("I couldretko
revd it lathe and to d r i
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bubb1,2s--1 got soakedbut met;
man-ged to vet some in mr mrmouth,
mouth, mrmouth, it went down normally.
They told us that snaee food wt.'
he nut in tubes with straws,' she.,
sot&
Would she pionver a trip to the
moon i she -ould?
"Well, w- know women won't
go to the moon Mr a long dlr.
so I can say bravely that I wdivt
and know I won't."
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, .,: WASHINGTON, (UPI) Clare Boothe Luce regretfully re re'signed
'signed re'signed yesterday Friday as am"aassador to Brazil on grounds that
Ers,..Wayne Morse's "extraordinarily ugly" charges made it im im-
- im- mange for her to fulfill her delicate Latin American mission.
' I 4.Shertly after the- lady diplomat handed her resignation to
' 'President Eisenhower, Sen. Homer E. Capehart (R-Ind.) called
l WI Vie 'Senate to censure Morse for his attacks on Mrs. Luce.
Plipelligt -said be would confer with other senators to decide
whasction to take.
'llie,tuce told the President crats and Republicans, many of
, that Witte went to Brazil, Morse's whom thought she would hay
Valens, and foolish" charges done a good job under other cir
-,could Ix exploited by "any poli- cumstancas.
ticatileinent" seekingto discre- Nlice President Richard M. Nix Nixdit,
dit, Nixdit, the United States. She also on, a victim of anti-U.S. riots in
Said jibe. would be subjected to Solith America last year, called
litorses.,;"continuous harassment. her resignation "a great loss." Ile
;.44441qhe sad fact is not that I, said it would be difficult to find
korttrazillan American policy, another person with Mrs. Luce's
isioaiLbe 'the victim," she said. "imagination organization abi abi,'
,' abi,' More, chairman of the Senate lity and decisiveness."
foreign relations subcommittee on Morse had questioned Airs.
LatiniAmerica, said Mrs. Luce Luce's competence and einotional
and.4fie President "are to be com- stability and telephoned her doc docInehtte
Inehtte docInehtte for the decision they iiave tor in New York to find out if
reached." He added that he stood she had ever been under a psy psytimithe
timithe psytimithe record" he made in fight- chiatrist's care. The doctor said
Ing:- her nomination. she had not.
Capehart, in calling for censure
',) !Vit. fiery Oregon Darnocrat
''stials said he woulil "never flinch" of Morse, charged the Oregon De Deimnocrmat
imnocrmat Deimnocrmat actLed illegally in contact.
,:,from a similar fight in the fu fukture
kture fukture ,ovan though "it is naver uce's .doctor wiLhout
hegr conrssent. He said it was a vio vio,
, vio, ',pleasant to get involved in a lation of the Hippocratic oath and
Ometitroversy such as this." that Morse as a lawyer knew it
4
, Mrs. Luce's husband, publisher harnging'that IViorse a'cted with.
penty.R. Luce, who had urged "tCh ight of Irresponsibility,"
ter'lli resign as a result of her c e h e
ape art said the late Sen. Jo JotoW''''with
toW''''with JotoW''''with Morse, had no state- seph R. McCarthy R-Wis was
"censured for,a lot less "'He said
Itenti101 her resignation. But he
Morse shtibid either be. censured
previously had cited some of the
in or "condemned as McArthy
reasons given by Mrs. Luce
ker :letter of resignation to the was.

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''atise said be would "never flinch"
.:,from a similar fight in tho fu fukfure
kfure fukfure ,even though "it is never
4:pleasant to get involved in a
teentroversy such as this."
LMrs. Luce's husband, publisher
Peat' R. Luce, who had urged
ler'10 resign as a result of her
toeP-ivith Morse, had no state staterentripit
rentripit staterentripit her resignation. But he
Previously had cited some of the
teasons given by Mrs. Luce in
Per 'letter of resignation to the
rresident.
Mrs; Luce who has said her
'roubles started when Morse wils
ticked. in the head by a horse,
illsci,had no comcent on the res resignation
ignation resignation other than the reasons
eited in her letter.
Tike President accepted her re realgtration
algtration realgtration with regret at an hour hourlong
long hourlong White House meeting during
whin' she turned down his per perpond
pond perpond plea that she reconsider.
Mrs. Luce was confimed by the
Penate, 79-11, just four days ago
and' thus never took her post.
3The conconsus in Congress
seemed to be that Mrs. Luce,
whether right or wrong in her
feud' with Morse. was wise in
stopping aside. Thsi view was
shared by a number of Demo

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This weather report for Ina 24
boon ending 8 a. m. todaY Is
prepared bv the Meteorological
pat Hydrographie Branch of the
Panuni Canal Company:
4.,
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
filth 89 84
,' Low 75 77
.
HUMIDITY:
Ritii 94 89
' Imw 61 76
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WIND:
, (max. mph) NW-12 N-16
SAO (inches) 4.31 .03
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, WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 81 82

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,.,:tBALBOA TIDES

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,UkKE ELEVATIONS:
'"Galtan Lake 93.60
Madan Dam 219.73

r' SUNDAY, MAY 8
".Tht,6-, HIGH
- Time Ht.
4241) 12.9 ft.
Att p.m 13.7 f t.
LOW
Ht.
Alen cm 3.0 ft.
Pm 2.9 ft.

Ex-Zone Magistrate
R. L Chi flick Named
Har fiord Official

Ralph J. Chittick, former Bal Balboa
boa Balboa magistrate, was recently e elected
lected elected a member of the West
Hartford, Conn., City Couneil, ac according
cording according to a front page story in
a recent issue of the Hartiold
Times.
Chlttick was pictured with oter
new council members in a rous rousing
ing rousing GOP sweep in the city elec elections
tions elections held early this month.
The former Balboa magistrate
was also promoted recently by
the Connectic Mutual Life Insu Insurance
rance Insurance Company with which eh has
been associated since leaving the
Canal Zone. An announcement by
the board of directors earlier this
month stated that he has lat-en
appointed associate counsel for
the life insurance firm.
Chittick and his family have ma many
ny many friends on the Isthmus. He was
first employed on the staff of the
general counsel of the Panama
Canal. He was later appointed Bal Balboa
boa Balboa magistrate and served se several
veral several years- until his resignation
to accePt a position on the legal
staff of the Connecticut Mutual
Life Insurance Company.

Charles Henter, 91,
Retired Employe,
Dies At Gomm

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Charles Henter, ratired em.
ploye of the Marine Division, died
at Gorgas Hospital yesterday at
1 p.m. following a long illness.
lie was 91 years old.
Funeral services will be con conducted
ducted conducted at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at.
the Balboa Union Church. Burial
will take place at Corozal Ceme Cemetery.
tery. Cemetery. Pall-bearers will be Alvin De.
Leon, Roger Beakins, Fred Mead,
John 'Corrigan, Peter, Corrigan,
Owen Corrigan, Richard Erbe
and James Thompson Jr.
Henter was born in Hungary
znd was a,.naturalized citizen of
the United States. He came to the
hill-Innis during construction days
in 190ti as a machinist with the
trqhmian Canal Commission For
service during that periA, he
awarded the' Roosevelt Me Medal.
dal. Medal. lie was employed by the Canal
urgani7ation as a machinist in tne
Liehlhouse Division from 1914 tin tint!!
t!! tint!! his retirement in 1932. -Since
Ms retirement, he has been mak makjag
jag makjag his home in Panama.
is survived on the istnmus
by his wife and a son, Theadore
Ay. is assistant chief hydrograph hydrographor
or hydrographor of the Panama Canal Co., snd
in the United States by twb (laugh:
lers Mrs. E. E. Forsman, of Fort
, Worth Tex. and Mrs. H. Miller.
VI Baltimore. Md.: and a: son
1.t:his, of Philadelphia. Ile ills 12
eratidchildren And fotbr great.
rtramichildren.
Heider was a prominent mem memocr
ocr memocr of the Masonic Order. and a
i-dember of the Shrine.: fle had S,
1 life membership in the Sibert
Lodge AF and AM; the Scottish
Rite Bodies: and the Shriners'
1 Children's HoSpital.

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The only woy some girls could
get a mon at their feet. is to see
a chiropodist. OKA

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THE CREW of the "Tiger" a cayuco entered in the coast to COast race by Ship 17 of Fort
Clayton digs in deep and furiously yesterday atternoon during the first lap from Cristobal
to Gatun Crew members are Mike Dorsett, Randy Colciosure, Don Barger and John Reade.
(Army Photo)

Balboa Explorer Post No'. 3 Takes Lead

In

Annual Coast-To-Coast Cayuco Race

Balboa's Explorer Post No. 3'
took the lead yesterday afternoon
in the coast to coast cayuco race
through the Panama Canal, cros crossing
sing crossing the finish line at the North
end of Gatun locks 51 minutes
after the start from the Cristobal
Yacht Club.
The second day's run-22 gruel gruelling
ling gruelling miles from Gatun to Gam Gamboastarted
boastarted Gamboastarted at 9:30 this morning.
Some 26 boat crews of senior
scouts and explorersall 14 years
old or more are entered in the
annual event sponsored by the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Scout Council. A total of
106 local boys are taking part in
the race.
In the Balboa crew were Robert
Adams, Edward Dolan, Mike
Budge and John Turner. Sea Ex Explorer
plorer Explorer Ship No. 9 of Cristobal
were second across the finish line
at Gatun Friday afternoon just
four seconds behind Balboa. The
crew of the cayuco were Bre Sand Sanders,
ers, Sanders, Walter Woodruff, Paul Ebdon
and John Manning.
Third and fourth place winners,
were two boats from Balboa Post
No. 20. In third olace were crew"
men Michael Williams, Herbert
Prescott, Ted Bembenick, and
John Searcy. The fourth place
crew were Curtis Searcy, John
Wise, Gonzalo Parker and Karl
Prescott.
' Twenty twn boat crews are
striving to win the trophy which
will be given to the winning
crew at race's end tomorrow to
hold for 1 year, 4 other crews

Chiefs Of US Navy
Missions Complete
Three-Day Talks

A top-level conference of U.S.
Naval Mission chiefs moved into
the final day this morning at Fa-.
teenth Naval District headquart headquarters
ers headquarters at Fort Amador.
More than 20 high-ranking offic officers
ers officers from U.S. Naval Missions in
12 Latin American countries anti
the Navy's Missions Office in
Washington are holding the three threeday
day threeday talks.
They 'are discussing missions o operations
perations operations for the coming year and
ironing out mutual problems, the
Navy said:
Topics wider discussion include
U.S. Navy military aid to Latin
American countries, ship ioan
programs involving U.S. and La Latin
tin Latin Acerican navies, and training
cruises.
The conference is being direct directed
ed directed by Rear Adm. Harold M. Briggs
the Navy's director of Paname Panamerican
rican Panamerican affairs, who is attending
from Washington with 10 mem members
bers members of his staff.
Rear Adm. George Wales, rank ranking
ing ranking Naval Officer in the Canal
Zone, is Acting as host for the
conference.
Rear Adm. John Quinn, chief
of the U.S. Naval Mission to Bra Brazil,
zil, Brazil, Also is here as a conferee.

No Publicity
Or The Phone
Ooes Elsewhere

KNOXVILLE, Term (UPI)
Southern Bell Telephone Compa Company
ny Company planned to have special cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies today at the home of Mrs.
George W. Manning, who was to
receive its 900,000th tennessee
phone.
Mrs. Manning hung up on the
celebration, however.
"If there rs to be any publicity,
they can givi the 900,000th phone
to someone else," she said.

This Good Turn
Wound Up As
Broken Window

DENVER (UPI) Warren A.
kdams, a postman, tried to do a
good turn yesterday.
lie picked up a baseball that
'ot away from two high school
oys playing catch. He threw it
'he boys ducked. The Ball
mashed a plate glass window in
,;eorge W. Rucker's drug store,

are making the transit to secure
the coveted patch which the
boys may weer on their uni uniforms
forms uniforms for successfully complet completing
ing completing this course. Those boats do
not meet the requirement of a
four-boy crew for the competition.

As the cayuco crews splaithed
vigorously away from the Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal starting line yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon there were a few minor
mishapssome boats filled with
water, the boys went over the
side immediately and began ra rapidly
pidly rapidly jerking the boats back and
forth to slosh out the water; then

TODAY 8- LUX
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CAST FOR MISFORTUNE Don't try to tell Mrs. Lois Ht
Borden about people who "get the breaks." She learned tiler
hard way. Mrs. Borden, whose husband, Cdr. John Borden,
chlef of the U.S. Naval Mission in Uruguay, fractured the heel t
of her right foot When she well from a boat six weeks ago in
Uruguay. While hobbling around on crutches, she tumbled
down the stairs and hurt her left arm. Sifice Mrs. Borden,had
to come to the Fifteenth Naval District for some routine dental
work, she stopped by Gorges Hospital to have- the still-aching
arm checked. X-rays ,revealed another fracture. Her foot-to
hand-to mouth misery was complete when she settled in the
dental chair. The verdict of Capt. Carl J. Hoffer, the Navy's
District Dental Officer, was encouraging. however. No fractured
teeth, Just cavities.(Navy Photo)'

Potter 01xys Some 100
Student';' fssistant Jobs,

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Approximately 100' school
and college students assistant po positions
sitions positions have been authorized bY
Gov. W. E. Potter ,for emplop
ment in the Canal 'organization
during the 1959 student assistant
summer vacation program, it was
announced at Baboa Heights yes yeserday.
erday. yeserday. Applications are now being ac accepted
cepted accepted from interested stodents
and graduates.
The program is opento all stu
dents who are residents of 'the
Canal Zone or members of,fami of,families
lies of,families of U.S. government employes
or military personnel who are
enrolled in the Cristobal and Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High Schools, who will be
graduates of the class of 1959 or
11160, or in colleges or schools
of the United States or the Canal
Zone Junior College.
Also residents in or citizens of
'he Republic of Panama who are
mrolled in the Cristobal and Bal Balma
ma Balma High Schools. classes of 1959
3r 1960, or th. Canal Zeno Junior

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they clambered back aboard and
rejoined the race.
The crews are being escorted
through the canal by a team of Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal launches, Sea Ex Explorer
plorer Explorer boats and private craft.
The launches are in constant com communication
munication communication through radio network.

Whenever a cayuco swamps, a
launch goes at once to its vicini vicinity
ty vicinity and stands by to give neces necessary
sary necessary help. If the boys art-able to
get back in the race on their own,
they are allowed to do so. A doc doctor
tor doctor is present in one of the launches.

C011ege as well as colleges in the
United. States.
The summer vacation job period
will run from June 3 through
Aug. 31.
College students will be placed
in poditions which will reflect pro professional,
fessional, professional, tehnical or administra administrative
tive administrative training content and will be
in the professional field of study
which the student is pursuing in'
college. These employments shall
be both part-time, 20 to 30 hours
per week or on a full-time sched schedule.
ule. schedule. College students will not be
eligible for employment in high
school students positiods.
Students interested in thehe join
may apply at the Ancon office
the Personnel Bureau, Buildin0
36, San Bias Place, Ancon, Canl
Zone or the Central Emplpyme0',
office in Cristobal. Applicaticr
for employment may also be ob
tained at the office of the prin.
cipals of the Canal Zone high
schools and of the Dean of the
Junior College.

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' PARIS, May 2 .0.11:1).Christian ,A; 'Herter last night flew home frohi his haptiern:..-,
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of fire as secretary, of state !Ihighiy, please CI with? the filo-day meeting that thrashed..
, Out a united Western front,against,Spitiet.,,d erramils On Serlin anol,Germanyt:) ,Z;T:','-:::'
- Herter described the Westri-ro' agreern e'nt to': present a package' plan-, Oft BerlinZ1::
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Gerrnanv and -European security as a "happy Augury" foi effective presentation of the;,,
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Western stand to the foreign ministers' conference with Russia in Geneva, May117,- :::,
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ationaNiisicWeik BeingpbOrtred

ith Musicirogram In CZ Schools

Music programs during the
coming week, will feature the
observance of National Music
Week in the Csnal Zone schools
this week.
This year marks the 36th an annual
nual annual observabee of National Mu Music
sic Music Week which occurs in the first
week of May under the sponsor sponsorship
ship sponsorship of the National Federation of
Music Clubs, The Canal, Zone
schools taken an active part in the
celebration for many years.
The objectives for this year's
observance are- as follows:
1. To demonstrate the pleasures
and value of music,
2. To inspire amateur participa participation
tion participation in music,
3. To increase musical know knowledge
ledge knowledge through study, and
4. To develop more extensive un understanding.and
derstanding.and understanding.and 5. Appreciation of music.

PRII Cars And
Engines Are
Gelling Hew took

Residents ot the Isthmus, who
take pride in their century old
railroad. will ,notice these days
that a gradual change is taking
place in the appearance of the
Panama Railroad rolling. stock.
In addition to a new coat of
paint, an insigne or herald, de designed
signed designed by, the Railroad Divison,
is being stenciled on all locomo locomotives
tives locomotives and cars in the Railroad
Division.
The herald is in the shape of
e- shieldwith, the words "Panama
Railroad' on a ,bar in the center.
Above the bar, which symbolizes
the joining of Panania and the
Canal Zone, are two starts and
below are 13 Stripes.
The color scheme being used
on the cars follows that now in
general use with boxcars being
painted boxcar red, the gon gondolas
dolas gondolas and tank cars, black; and
the locomotives and passenger
cars, dark green with a yellow
trim band.
The new look will also include
the word Panama painted in large
letters on the left hand side of
each car. This replaces the P.RR,
by which the railroad cars have
always been identified,
The renovation of the rolling
stock is being done as ,the cars
and locomotives come in the car
shop for general overhaul.

Special Black
Mice Readied

SHOWS:
1:10 3:46 6:22 2:58 p.m
PRICES: 0.75 0.40
Voices pleaded
"DO WHAT HE
WANTS., OR ALL ,,,,
- OF US MAY DIEI"

CENTRAL
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For Swe Jet

BANDENBERG AFB, Calif
,(UPI)--A colony of black (cor (correct)
rect) (correct) mice, specially bred to with withStand
Stand withStand the rigirs of space travel,
will arrive here within two
weeks for the first IJ. S. effort
to place animals into orbit in an
earth satellite and recover them
alive.
Four of the sturdy mice will he
inside the Discoverer satellite
when It is blasted into orbit some.
time after the middle of Vie month
-from ,this Wes,t' Coast missile bsse
out 170 miles north' of ,Los An Angeles.
geles. Angeles. )
The Air Force will attempt to
, recover the, animals alive when
they are ejected from' the 'satel 'satellite
lite 'satellite In A ,space, tansule
to the nne ejected 'last 'month by
Discoverer That ,capsule' was
never found. ,
At'empts Mitlelo,snag
the mice-containing- capsule in
mid-air over the'Pacific 9cean
Somewhere near Hawaii ','hy
Lines equipped with large net net'like
'like net'like fixtures trailing behind them,
The mice wilt ride back to
earth' lr a 35-pound capsule about
two br three feet in 'dimension
dangling from ,a parachute, and
are' exnected to provide Impor Important
tant Important information on hazards man
will tact when be invades, spline.
,,The 4lozen or more,
will be flown here from liolloman
they were bred as a special
strain, 1
They bave been conditioned to
withstand the tremendous forces
exerted, IV' gravity 'during the
high-poeett lauviching of a rocket
'and, 'to colikly adjust to 'new
situations.
40 4e
Ushers Set
S tInct Record
tAilet Onera
'
ATLANTA. (UPI)---New York's
Metropolitan Opera set a new
people-packing record here Thurs.
day night. An audience of 5,000
was seated in 22 minutes for
Met performanosk

Eml. IE.... enewm

Music education is a regularly
scheduled field of study .in the
curriculum of all Canal Zone
schools.
U.S. elementary schools are
observing the week with programs
to which parents and the public
are invited, as follows;-'
Tuesday: Balboa Annex school,
grades 1-6, at 8:30 a.m. in the
auditorium.
Wednesday: Gamboa school,
grades 1-6, at the Community
Center at 1:30 p.m. in a prograin
entitled "America at Work and
Play.'
Thursday: Gatun school in the
patio at 10:30 a.m., grades 1-6.'
Friday: Ancon, grades 1-5 itt
the gymnasium at 8:30 a.m. Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, grads 1-6 in the patio at
8:15 a.m. South Margarita,
grades 1-3 in the patio at 9 a.m.
Other grades Will have room pro:
grams.
Ancon kindergarten childivii'
will sing on Wednesday, the thorn thorning
ing thorning session at 9:30 and the after afternoon
noon afternoon sessipn at 1:30 in the
gymnasium,
The junior and senior bigh
schools have recently presented
programs in observance of Mu Music
sic Music Week.
Opening week and Music Week
coincidence in the Latin Am American
erican American schools. Programs will be
announced later for these schools.

New Commandant
Of 15ND To MI6
Monday Afternoon

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dTWahAveS ioifSiNe na7'tperNe 1;8' thsA7oliPntr!lta i3ma'eP(drVIV tl
forcing the.; adminittration to re restore
store restore thd 4Maritio,' Corps of Ai
Otrength of '200,000,,men -',
The limitation was tied ,as, a
lrider" amendment to a pending
catch-all rnoney bill. It paralleled
a somewhat similar riders approv approved
ed approved yesterday, which would forte
President EisenhoWer to restore
Army strength to 900,000.
, Congress voted funds last dum dummei,
mei, dummei, to finance the Army and
Malne Corps, at the strength le,
vels spelled out in the riders. The
pentagon elected not to-spend ,the
money, and it bas gradually 'trim 'trimmed
med 'trimmed the army to abdut 885,099
tnen and the marines to something
under 190,000, ' '"" t

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"We shalt go to,:!, Ceneva,"04.
said,, "confident; that we- have a;',
chieved a position, the basis of
which is that with goodwill on both;1
sides, a just and ,durable ppce ran
be established in Europe.
He said he was "highly'pleaseil
with the. results" cif the Petit.
meeting.
,
He departed for Washrngton aft4
ei a -last conference with l'rench ".,
Prremier Michel Debre discuss t tquestions
questions tquestions about the ministerial".
conference and the summit meett'
ing expected to follow it. 1,,
'Hatless and without an outer r
coat in the balmy Paris spring;
weather, Herter went to meet De.,
bre at, the premier's Hotel Matig;
non office for a one-hour conferd
ence. It was the first time 'Mei
had met, although the secretary ot:
state met President Charles dim'
Gaulle on his arrival last Tuesdayl
French Foreign Minister Mau.
rice Couve de Murville was pres.'
ent at the meeting with Debree
British Foreign Secretary Selwyt:
Lloyd and West German Foielgo
Minister Heinrich von Brentano
left Paris for home .Thuraday
night.
Lloyd said on his arrival Itt tong,'
don there was "complete agree.
ment" on a plan to present to the
Soviets. It appeared that many of:.
the differences of opinion among
the Western, Allies on the Berlit,',-
and German issues had been iron-,
ed out. Lloyd said the Paris talkr,
were "very satisfactory."
The Western foreign ministers a;
greed the Allies would rule out any",
separate East-West agreement on :
Berlin. Instead, any Berlin decia
sion must be geared to an overan,
cold war settlement on
Germany.
Herter and the other, foreign ;
ministers agreed' on this' during
their two days of joint talks, it was ,
learned.
ti
They agreed that the "package"
Wan on Berlin, Germany and theC
issue of European security would
be handed in one piece to Soviet.
Foreign Minister Andrei A. Grotn Grotnvko
vko Grotnvko at Geneva. It will be decided
later whether sections of the pack package
age package may be Isolated for separate
necotiations.
Herter wig to fly to Geneva' MaY
8 and hold a preliminary meeting
Isith the other Vestern tninisters
on May 10, the eve, of the East,
West conference.

Like A Nice Home:
On A Quiet Rood?:

MONTREAL (UPI) A teat
estate firm advertised today a.
group of S35,000 to $60,000 homes
on a "quiet private road" right
across from a school playgrounV

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