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

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

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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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:02905

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v, ,t ,.,,, Ter, the liighitime ihnirglidl of ,tiie ileitis, Pf:1; Bi;,, Sartain,
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' '- Vampire Was given a five year tern.Xe was sentenced to another,
, -: twe years for4,,,petit'theft from It !mild's' room at a' neighborin
,. 'Aortic- This crime was a felonybecause it,was ,committed. after, he
':' ad imiedi alenitentiary term; ';'t ,,:. l.: ,,z, ', ',:', r ''..,1,,., ,,,,' ;.., .... '.: ,.,,,,,,, ,-;,,,,li,,
1 ; .2::. 'Nasiiiies.':pleadedl not. guilty o No charge :was,'made,P; -agamst
; ,P ..,2i. '. these ,eharget,',1aut 'Pleaded guilty VasqUes Itt,tlit Rennie:incident:- 1-
i' ''' 7 to tiliird.charge rettirning-to" the i-4,.itt hoth ,,the Sartitir bouie '4 end
1 ',-; CanaliZoini 'After Aleportation,'for the: scene '-of 'the maid'a roont 'bur,'
'' that, it', Wei) givpnilin additional' two', glary,,pilett, fritindyesquee .finger
, , Yearsi suspended for ,five:yearc,,,, prints. ,:,' N, ,''', ,,:
' -- ',. '.1,1bit'other burgrare Edward- Me- i ,At the. Sartain house, tAtiisques
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and ransacked Mrs. Sartain's purse
. tobal, Division ,,..', of '..,t1,S, :'' Pistrict and taken JelVilry from ber, dress-
', -Cowl ',j ..' ''..,7. ::!:::' 4' .- :it ' .' '''' int, table.4 --.,,,He bad, also entered
' 71ascin'es, case, attrated eonsider. theli'uttle daughter's bedroom and
CanalfZone dumped the contents of the. child',
' able ;attention on 'the 'the.
. 'the. after,,resident .';2 st 'Balboa' Heights purse. into, a...tablecloth, for 4r. geta.
'' :' bad, Imen.Imbfected to a teri. es;ef Nay. ...: ... i : .:... .. ,.., ,,,,
, ' ,burglatieli and thefts. '.' ', '''11 ',.: ,,'' EarlierAn- the, erening' the.Ser,
' He was Caught late 'at, night ,f bY 'taint, bad given ,., a large party,
. : 'Canal, Zone,. 00litr ,.;'',!0111';7' Roosevelt ',Both, are teetotalers:, .,,,, .,,,,1?-, :
A Aveitusoj pnt.-far -from ,tiur gasoline
, I: Abmit 4, a, in, on the night of the
' : stationifterT.,ther,reclyed-, a tan .burglary-Sartain,went to the kitch.
, ', front; 'Capt4, lobert',Renitia: that 'ilt en 'for a drink of water and caught
' r maraudeetin eritialmuse an n,
"'hie VaSqUet in 4be, act :Of scooning !up
' hili'rtr;:bad' -1"t e'sealle&'' -'''" ; silver, ,,and' ',other ,articles.;,- He told
'' II'S) ki".,-0.1. '11,,,fter't:1, ..!1!'t 'Mc burglar4o, leave'. and Arasgues
, taitt ,burglar'i;i ;,'' ', ' ,''..''. '1 :'' 'enitibedt,but,Ithe,4wMdow,, be-,, bad
' ,',,. Reiirlie,,i r.gOiedloy his ,clog,',..had broken) get lri.71'hat4tight, he -es.'
' '1,1 pursiied ;An ;',intrudtr, but,',.not- seen, e.
ty aped before ponce' arrived...L.' ;:,.,
' ollit 'tlekt,17'''''While et. It Wissbao,''''' :4110ne',AVMrs,''Sartain's 'Jewelry,
',,-- ed'Itiivitead;iitgainst -:.: Part '''';' "-',e iekes from:bet Indium has, been
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' ,- --!-, ,.Indrigues -' was arrested- at 6:25 .-s., i .- ,,,, : ,,--, '- tne: naupsoutz'.owumuu, F.Yq -'''.
: cm,,t,April it. He posted310, bail -'-'4,1'ne Weeli,,heglintrig- I'vfait '''','I3 ronia '.'' wbich?. na.3,, been,' cruising'
' ;on ,,4tte, speeding, --charge-. and ,an- naS. nem' designated as :World the high,. scas,,,on., it, AtipeNdoet
, othOr $11):, 0a,the-,eharge of driving Trade Wiek; abordirig to a 'pro-: trip 'at a'. fareacaled to' the:ttest
, Winout,,,,ilicense. ,,,'. ,, ,, .,', ,,:, ,, clsnation.. issued by p.restdent and 'aboie --,inevtry: port,: -,."--'2,;
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, '. When' ItOrtrignet- failed to' appear Eisenhuwer,. ., ,. , ,!, Today tthe ,Carorda is, 'notipg.
.lri ':,jfaltiott,4Nagistrate's '; Court ',Ats r.--Pavetnor :--',W.' E. ,-'Potter,,' has. not thward thrdugh,t the--':Canal,
. late -that day ,be3 had loomised;',a -nailed ,- attention:- tit,-, the procla ttitli A ''s-ehedtlie -,f, -that .vii,1,1;',,Ae.-
,.-1 1' beneh4arrant Was issued,' On, be.' mation whieh urges' AlPvitrizens ,posit,,', its 0-,charges- -at i -an ,,' east
fi'''' ', inl; rk-ked,,up,. Ns bail was -raised to,,;,cbservc tile ,,tveek with ,"ap-- eoast, port:--oft,the Ilnited-Iltatis
r,- '- to 4.35.:, 4,,,:, 4 ,, .,'-:-. ,:. .,.'t .., ,,-',-, --, PrOPriate Activities detkgned 'to Jst,in, 'tirneto enjoy tilt upprizigi
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liv:e7day,1,,terpt. Int ,- ,- speedIng, trade,,,tu,:tbe ,economy ,"of, lite for sunlit latitudes While winter.,
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' ., charge' Was -.dropped. anti the..bail quited,,Z,States '' and IltS., relations weather was harrying -istay-att,
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",: COO ,Zoini 'after 41eportation,' tor .the: 'scene -of the mai3'S roont 'bur; ,, Both: canal; zone .',' ,p'hee -. and
' thatt,h, Si given an additional two. glary,,plieii fonit&yesquee lill;er,' 'members of the tIatienal uarti :.
, Yearsi suspended lot five' yearlW, prints. kc,' ''',' '' ''''' ars 'investigating. "...z ,''' ',-....;: ';',:r ('',' ,.,'' ..,
' ', .1,1'he'tther burglar'e Edward: Ma- -At the 'Sartain house, liiisquez ; After the telititik; Atilan- ii...drerii
' hanevZ4af.sentenCed to two years had-entered, the master, hedronm
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. tobal,, IgViSimi :,'",(4 "."..,t1S :";pistrici. and taken Jeffairy from her, dress- th" ka wan taken t&Gcning II"' ."
ital where he was treat W foribis ,',.
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. 7 liascin'es, case, attraCted Consider, theirlittle daughter's bedroom and ,Eijuriea ,and released.,P ::A. .; ,,,,, :,
able ;attention on 'the" Canal'Zone dumped the contents of the. child', Ile 'wks suffering' ,frota lira"; 6r
sir lacerationsAa'thc avail); ,.' tiv0 i
. ', after,:resident, st 'Balboa' Heights purse. into a:tablecloth, for 4( geta geta,
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'GS. military mission lir thOse
countries, the Oeneraly-explained,
and, this, Makes. workink .together
in a pitied tommand weration
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Military support of the OAS 1
has: boon ,limitad to stirvoillance
iroporations by aircraft and ships
, along tho'staward approach, to
.ths ,Caribboan roast of the
public, of !gnomes on providing
airlift for the OAS team for their
hivostigations and on-tho-spot
togotiations with the invaders.
The, 'aurveillance4lights
Air, force',,, Arm 'and ,sNavy air aircraft
craft aircraft and:the Ecuadorian tranoport
planes,,' have beep to spot sea
mliementi of invasion forces, re reporting,their
porting,their reporting,their findings to the OAS.
Since 'the ,operation began Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, The surveillance, aircraft un under
der under the Control of Caribbean COM COMIhnd's
Ihnd's COMIhnd's tir comoonent commander,
Majr General Truman H Landon,
have flown 60 sorties with over 135'
hours of observation. f
,'Airlift support of the OAS' inves investigations
tigations investigations and negotiations were
provided ,brAir Force H-19 helV
copterig from Albrook Air Force
BaseeThere were five such flights
through Fridav when the OAS team
cOntluded their successful surren surrender
der surrender of the invading force in Nom Nombre
bre Nombre de DiOs in northeast Panama.
Certain positions in the -Canal

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"Cf-ov.',W. E. Potter left diking. r!,...
'th'e :weekend for- Washingtot,
tO attend 'budget hearings
this. iteek scheduled by botb
Iouse and Senate Approptia. '4,
tions.'Corrunittees:" 4i, :
' He' is accbmpanted by Philip r
Lk Steers, Jr4 Panama canal
coMptroller and 'LeRoy Et; Meg tr.':
nuspn,, chief of ,the budget 'and
rate8 "i" '''
-The Governof 'plans' to retain
about the, end of.. this week.
Magnuson also ; '' to :retuni
later ythia'''week but Steers wiil
be, away from itho Istkunue tor r,
About, two weeks:!; ,
During Potter's abserice; !COL
John; D. McElbeny will act at
Governor and perform the
ties of the president, of tbe ran ranamw
amw ranamw Canal Co. ; .;," t SEA
, Arthur O'Leity, deputy (two
Cmptroller.. will act .1d!,,Steer4 ot t

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tattle Gt Outp, th-e', 20th 'Intantr'y
and 4th jCrun tattalien of the
Slitlr,Artillery. these: vere under
ithe,e0ntrOl llailop,Z.eneral Chas.
ILDailietilAorrunanilipt ieneral of
T,1,$.',A,kfil,,Caribbeak the 'unified
eoronatu:ra,Artny:eompotient.
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aPeR0 :Aioldiersr, on-, outpost duty
in remote? sections of the Canal
Zone, ,hay,e the InlifisiOn,of protect-,
ing United,'Statea, property. Some
of fthese Vositiont- are in densely,
overgrowtsreat of jungte, 'where
the men Wearing;fatigue uniforms
Ond jungle 4boots have trihave their
supplies fotwAded fti them by-water
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,eraft detentes& are on the alert
'around the OW( And (reap units
ate,rimufarjy on call is part of
the horniiii 4eftonsi moiv:Oret fa fa.
. fa. ken Caribbenn tommand.
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nm.eleil.. armed tro,oes kora The OAS at no time during its
nperationS here Alit. tried 'tie stoP
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operations here Ass, tried to stop,
and, search& any -,vesselp,thnugh at
the ,Aveekeict.,01k$' badquarters in
Washiniton Accorded theAbmmis
sion here that 'right subject to an
OK, from the Panamanian autho authorities.
rities. authorities. Stich action would have had
to talce place within Panamanian
t:rritorial waters.

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tiftOs 'urned out, the OAS
group never 'had to make a deci decision
sion decision on whether to regard Pana Panama's
ma's Panama's territorial wateri as 12 miles
offshore. as Panma' Claims, or
thret which is All -that the
US,and cnrtain other nations are
pre-ared to concede.
Meanwhro in Washington Pa;
namanian ambassador Ricsrdo
pd. Arias said tbday that his
govornment las 'launched'
thuropott investigation to dooi dooimini
mini dooimini the fucomplatfp history" boo
hind the trustratid attempts of
somo at'v000lurars to ovarthrow
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SEARCHING' THE SE SThe IIS'Iraleon, light ehastal mine minestweeper,besed
stweeper,besed minestweeper,besed at RodmantNaval Station; was on the last lap
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' and Robert Lessiack will act as with the OAtil investigating ,team. 'Shown- in the inset lis the
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morning.:was it,tTesel Which'prov- mediate danger of it, new. ,conspin
' ed,On! rloser istir,;ineieCtion;10 acy, had disappeared Mit !incident
, carrying 'a tload, goconuiE will' not be gloat& until, the Java,.
Mt vessels sighted in the search tigation is completed, 4.t7
area- were checked on Periodicall Arias was highly pleased
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ed they hod wiped out the threat
of an invasion of Panama frim
Cuba.

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the way in which the OAS respond ;
ed to help frustrate. the attempt.
ed insurrections f
"The speed and .efficency. witit
which the OAS toml- to,oui-h10:
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tional cooperation for peace'. And
of the solid friendship that pre.
vails among the American Repub.
lcs,' the envoy said, ,
"Now my government las un undertaken
dertaken undertaken a thordugh investigation
to obtain a complete history of
the origins of this, attempt by a-t
group or international bandidts
ening the will 'Of the People If
Panama. I hope the investigation o
will' be concluded 80011 so that, the,
case inay be closed".
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I With 81 Cuan invaders,
Ione Puerto Ricam a Panamanian,
'and two Panamanian women lock.
ed behind bars and destined for.,
tijiad, the inter-American group
considered its job accomplished- -.J.
The National Guard is scoutingt
the interior for seven Cubans Ana,
a Panamanian who fled to the
jungles ,when the main invasion.
force capitulated Friday. There', t
were unofficial ereports that al'
many as five more Panamanlob$
had joined them.
National Guard authorities mai'd,,t
they hoped to round them up by
tonight. l
Fernando Lobo of Eraiil, chah., 1
man of the team, said the in..'
vestigators were taking Atli their
information back to Washit3Zois
for further study. Ate-.
But he sided that they junt,k,.!
fiund "no evidence of
participation by Any foreign gev,,,kk
eminent."
He said there appearid, to toi;.':
nothing to reports last Week that ,'
two more ships carrying invader
were headed either for Panama
or Guatemala.
District attorney Datia. Saw.
doval- today le continuing' Abe
long '; job fk of Interrogatiarlihsth
Cubane in the Cartel,
Lobo emphasized that the oAtr7.,
had given no assurances or
mises to the invaders to Persuade -,'
them to surrender: He saiettier,
gave up "unconditonally."
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tovernment might ask' for tie
ni6ncy, he replied "I don't- &Jigs
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' The -,Panamanian ,trovernment
Would take int consideration itto
'geed behavior" or -the Cuban;
after they landed at Nombre dat ,,,,
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who insisted on totninualons 'to,
1 jail with 2 Cubitils they 'met, aft.
1 er the invasion of Nombre de Dio1.7
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, Sir:
' "Reconsideration" (Mail Box, April 30) is evidently one of those
eudo-Panamanians belonging to the unassimilated minority of
est Indian Negroes who are totally ignorant of political conditions
i6 Panama.
41. Panama is one of the most democratic countries in Latin Amer Amer'
' Amer' 'lea I have seen this democracy dev'elop in my own time through
' the constant struggle of the people and their leaders during t,he pa,st
40 years. To this struggle I have contributed my little grain of sand,
but Vain sure "Reconsideration," never contributed anything, ex except
cept except an occasional letter in 'English to the Panama American.
Tbe applicstion of the democratic principles adpoted by Pana Panama
ma Panama is limited by the shortcomings of the people who apply Mote
. principles.. But I have seen those shortcomings reduced day by day
' and today our democracy is functioning, not, perfectly, but satisfac satisfacs,
s, satisfacs, torily. So to "Reconsideration's" questions- I would answer:
a. Yes, PalltiMa is governed by, the elected representatives of
the,people through the democratically-established institutions for the
1'. benefit of be majority of the people (not be West Indians emoloyed
h7 the Pancanal who aspire to a living standard on a par with the
Americans). If "Reconsideration" were to attend a ,meeting of the
' National Assembly and understood what went on, he would be well
aware of this fact and he would see there representatives of the
Negroes and the Dons, ut mostly of the real people of Panamathe
provincials.
b. Panama is most definitely being governed for the benefit of
Its majority. A minimum wage law has been enacted and a cont cont.
. cont. mission is now at work establishing the minimum wage for each
' bdustry and 'each ta'ade. 'rhey consider an overall wage minimum
unadvisable. Food prices are most effectively controlled and con consideration
sideration consideration is. given not only the consumer ut eso the producer. Be Besides
sides Besides that, competition on fopd items is so keen that the supermar supermarkets
kets supermarkets who can afford to operate on a 5 to 10e,'44 mark-up are selling
most items under the controlled price. But of course they cannot
, match commissary prices.
" 'This control hts been so effettive that the cost of living .index
' has remained steadr in Penama Auring the last 10 years, while most
other countries are struggling with runaway inflation.
' Howie rental for low income groups has been BO tightly controlled
that no inew capital hat been spent in low cost housing for the last
;0 Years and the shortage of housing has resolted in the shanty
towns that crowd the outskirts of the cities of Panama and Colon.,
The 'FE and the WIT are trying to fill the gap, but "Reconsidera "Reconsideration"
tion" "Reconsideration" knows 'as well as'I do that even if all thelovernniental, budget
ere allocated to this end only a small. breath' woultibittadervirt
tbat front. Only by Permitting canital to earn,' fair return on its
inveatment can this oroblem be licked.
The average worker in Panama contribites next to nothing' in
direct taxet and very little in indirect taxes to import the govern government.
ment. government. vet I doubt there is at, country that gives them as much for
tbe little they contribute.
Elementarv school is' comoulsory anti free.' There are enough
of them for everybody Secondary schools are Mt cOmoultory, and
there Is 'a shortage of them and thi government is trying hard to
supply them. L I
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Over 25 ,of the budget le entmt on it line radel ettiottlilleigkt
elso available and free. Tile university la free t8' all comfier. 4rhe
4 agrieultorat 'schools are also free thotigh limited.' '''
' : Hospitals and'elinics are availale and free to the poor. Rural
and agricultural serviees are also available and free.
It fa not possible for the government to provide-jobs for "Recon-
gideration" and his children. It does however try to create a favor favor,.
,. favor,. able climate so that industry and comm. ere will flourish and Tooke
'obit available. And there ate alwaya jobs for those who are willing
to give an honeat day's work for their nati

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to give an nmrst coy s wors Inr Igen- nitig
' The neonle's money is handled with ,4oruoulous honesty, talti,e'vt
nenny is accounted for. In snit. of 0.,poltettinEotttanitt ttliiitW
et of government by the irresponsiblg yellow ViresCitTltrintrlhOmtgt'
three years ntlt a single ease of Pratt er misapproPriation'of pdblidl
funds on a major settle hes been nroved.
The government hes devolonq a vast program Of nublie works.
Anueducts h:ive been built ell over t h e reptiblie, including a very
exnensive one in the suhurbe of this city. A drrinage system is be being
ing being installed in outskirts of Panama City.
Street. have been imnroved and paved to the tune of seveAl
' Million balboas

' MUMMA
4: Over 1?5 schools have boen built in three Years.
, The Inter American highway is being energetically finished.
iliealth and sanitation rre constantly beine imnroved.
mv farm thero has not been a ainole emeo of malaria in the
test two roars since thoy are poravino with dieldrin.
could go on for hours enumeratino the tranv excellent ways
in which the government is Imnrovine daily conditions in tho coun coun,.
,. coun,. try. Imnrovoments we are ant to take for granted without the least
, thQuobt for the many devoted public sorvants who pre laboring tut tut.
. tut. det slifficult conditions to make this a bettor country.
I would wooed- that "Reconsideration" tonight, after he has a a.
. a. gain "roconsidored" his opinion, dron down on 'his knoes Rnd
terely thank The Almiohty Lord that ho has hoen privilegod to live
r. in country that in pnite of its tronren,lous limitations is giving him
standard of life and freedom pnjoved h, v fow neoplo on this earth.
- If he does not believe me. lot him go back to Barbados, or wherev wherever
er wherever he came from, and look hinsself.

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The Box is an open forum tor readers of The Panama American.
Litters ere received gratefully and are handled' in a wholly tenfidential
,usinstone.
- you centributo a letter don't be Impatient if doesn't appear the
7osiyay slay. Letters ate pubiished in the erder received.
,Z: Please try to keep the letters limited to One paee length.
Identity of letter writers Is field in strictest coefidenes
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PANAMA'S PROGRESS

WORKING FOR A LIVING

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Memnon not a bon

r. It would do Panama good once In a while to take a good look at
the achievements of some of Its sister republics In Central America,
eaneciallv when the Panamanians cry for bigger, shares in the Ca Ca-
- Ca- tat which already is a big mainstay of the country's economy.
, El Salvador, for instance. nrovides a good example of what a
Man country ecn achieve. Without anv particular advantacles to
,e Start with, El Salvador ba,51 the best system of roads in Central
Merle, and was the first to complete its section of the Pan Ameri AmeriR
R AmeriR for sericulture.
4 Tba tiny volcano-atudded renublic Is be fourth largest producer
, ,OUcoffee in the whole of the Americasa raoher staggering fact
hen It la considered that the eountry is only la0 miles long and 60
3 Miles wide. On top of that only a quarter of the land is any good
" 'for ariculture
Compare ibis with i'anama which has millions of acres of high high:4
:4 high:4 Itt fetrile land And yet Panama only orows enouch ,for her own
home eonaumotion like a lazy improvident farmer who only stirs
rmself when he Is hungry.
, It Is true that Panama is the Youngest republic of the Americas,
but she Is old enough to know better.
t Of course El Salvador has a population of 2.400,000. I thought
'Tinamstnians had a eonsiderable amount of ini'lative at least in the
9"'"Eeld of Increasing, the population but it appears they are, found
.4 ranting even in this sphere.
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'11 There hal been a noticeable reduction lately of voices raise4
reteraing sovereignty, territorial rights, etc.
,o, There have Mao been few signs of loyal Panamanian nationalists
'''Ottltiteering to lov'm a battalion to combat the outs.
4.,44,,,,,'President de la Guardia has done a fine lob during his adMin adMin.
. adMin. ,strition. An oxample of his intelligence is ,getting the prernt
4urbance classified aa an invasion and revolution in order to get
;OAS aasistanci.
S ',, Ali those now fighting against the present rgime are hired by
, see out, and regardless of nationatity must, be considered mercenaty
-Mien; of fortune owing allegiance to an emoloyer only. No mat matter
ter matter who wins, the nikitwitv n" the citizens are watching the show
' with jaundiced eye as it resolves to a question of who gets to give
' him the business.
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K.G.

Labor News
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Late in the' !vetting of Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, April 22, and early the tot tot,
, tot, lowing morning' a se0ea,of- phone
1 caus were pieced to Capitol 4-3121
in Wastungion which could 'cost
1 tne Democrats millions of northern
city votes in the 60 Presidential
election.
Capitol 4-3121 is the Senlite:'pf Senlite:'pffice
fice Senlite:'pffice suilding switchboaro. Soine Soineone
one Soineone wanted Jo reach i bloc ol
southern- smatora in a "hlirry. Se Several
veral Several "someones'' in fact.
'sae callers told either the sena.
tors or their- administrative aides
that the new, labor:bill amind.,
ments needed re-reading. As, they
st000, the callers waived, they
would provoke violence, even
Worse, in hundreds of southern
commtutitei.
Why? Because the amend amendments,
ments, amendments, in effect, gave member.
of the President's cabinet the right
to go into a WashingtOn Federal
District Court and force southern
unions to eliminate the color line
in all their functions socially
as well as industrially in labor labormanagement
management labormanagement relations.
The telephoners- were rightaln rightalnder
der rightalnder Sen. McClellan's (Dem. of Ar Arkansas)
kansas) Arkansas) vrsion of his bill of,
rights, the color line vanishet in inside
side inside labor. The' early McClellan
proposals immediately eliminated
the many all-Negro, or Class B,
local unions which exist today in
the north as welt as the south.
Furthermore and very. rivich
furthermore -the amendthemt, as
passed Wednesday, opened all u union
nion union functions, buildings, facilitils
and meetings to ,Negro member membership
ship membership r everywhere. tinder the
proposed bill, as it 'stood th at
night, Negroes cottld not be kept
out of a union dance, a union ban-
twat, a union theater party, a u union
nion union boat ride, or' a union, delega delegation
tion delegation to local, regional, state-- or
international convention any any,
, any, Where in the U.S.
'The amendment itaid -so very
plainly. The old language, which
few had noticed earlier, said:
"Every member-of -a-labor.' or;
ganization Abell have': equal
rights and privileges' within' such
organization including idend4al
voting rights and equal procdon,
of its rules and regulatiom"
Under the famed -S e m e
Court decision thework "equal"
means egit'ai on, Vie nrettlises, not
equal in seParatEbuildingt;Aodals
or- sessions.
And If any southern or northern ;
lockl union defied 'this section, the
Wednesday amendment- gave the
U.S. Secretary of Labor the, rieht
to rush. into court in. the,. city
where the violation occurred, or
in Waibington.D. CO force eqUel
rights. What's Mre, the tabor se seorettrv
orettrv seorettrv did not have ,tCwalt, un-
,der.thisiproriptolafOtilitything to
kappen..,11e-eottld gn into foil& in
Washington if be believed' a viola-
tion was about to occur.
These sections were part ,of the
,McCiellan hill of rights which the
national labor leaders said would
open the way for seizure of unions
by Communists and crooks. The
labor lead4rs wanted the whole
thing struck from the proposed rt rtform
form rtform legislation. nig' put them In
awkwOid position. ',Nw they
found themselves fighting exactr
the kind of civil rights law they've
demanded in education., :
Strateg3r for the 'fight' n the
McClellan amendments was de developed
veloped developed in a series of conferences
between the extreme liberal Sena Senators
tors Senators and the labor !TM led by
Andy Bientillere thief AFL CIO
lobbyist..
Thuraday'ilght'filelinet had
re-formed' on the Hill..The treaches
were .being held 'by' -southern sel
nators and strange reinforcements
the labor. blot. ,, ,'

The changes were made. Not on only
ly only could the Secretary of 'Abby
not go 4nto court,but in-the. ner
bill of rights he was among the
missing. His name had been re removed.
moved. removed. Only a ranit-andIfils 'nem 'nember
ber 'nember can now sue Ind tonlY af after
ter after he las been-denied hill rights.
Tho words "equal eghta and
Privileges" were. snecilically mo modified
dified modified to refer to elections as des!
' cribed in the union'sby-laws.
In the north, there was anger
in the Negro:and liberal commu communities
nities communities and the vowhlff of Po Political
litical Political vengeance, come 'SO.
ASK AID
HONG KONG (UPDTha Ind.
nesian rebel radio in tha nerthoro
,Celebes said last night 120
nerving had died of rahlea and an annealed
nealed annealed for international aasistance
in stamping out the disease.

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' BROADWAT
Ce leba About Town: Marilyn
Monroe,, her ,anow,,,- white hair m
curlers, shpping at First Ave Avenue
nue Avenue sunerrnarket. Tommy' Man Manville
ville Manville and ekwife Pat Gastin a Co CoTharadaY
TharadaY CoTharadaY vs dinner date
, three :Weeks in a row. Ililde Ilildegarae,
garae, Ilildegarae, who has recorded more al albums
bums albums than any pop singer in
the world. .Dana WYnter and
groom Gregson Bautzerd inning
and dancing cheek-to-cheek 'at Le
.Stott; Brady, the VDes VDes,tre'
,tre' VDes,tre' lehavihg bits'a kitten
'at MannY with Oriko' Ma Mataski,
taski, Mataski, stunning fashion model of
Tokyo. list Suzuki, the "Flower
Drum Song" show stopper, show showing
ing showing Broadway to her mudda and
fadd. .France Nuyen of "SuZie
Wong," who immerses ,herself
Zen Buddihism. That's mr. Bran Bran'do's
'do's Bran'do's pet subjecL .Bill Holden,
moVie aV ior wholly they'll never
haws' to fling a benefit. Invests in
real estate. Just bought a hotel
in Kenya, Africa. Susan Hay Hayward,
ward, Hayward, Academy Hayward winner
for Best Actress, unhappy about
"Thunder In the Sun," which isn't
as good as her acting.
IA Our Alley: An overnighi-
click strolled into Lindy's
surrounded,bybeels, ingrates and
also-rans. "That's Broadwiy for
you," groaned a cynic, "soon as
you're on top they're onstage"...
Harry Hershfield's hilarious open opening
ing opening crack at Joey Adams dinner:
counted 22 mpeakers before me.
Anyone who needs that number
of character witnesses doesn't de deserve
serve deserve anaffair like Allis."
Lat yegas Vignete: Talk about
money going to money, here ts
added evidence. .it happned at
the Desert Inn gaming casino the
other midnight. Aerie McDon McDonald's
ald's McDonald's ex-husbane, Harry Karl, who
it a multi millionaire, was play playing
ing playing "217 to ease his boredom.
The croupier at the adjacent rou roulest,
lest, roulest, table leaned over and said:
"Harty we miss you over bete".
Mr. Millionaire tossed a ten-spot
onto the "wheel" and paid: "Ten
bucks on wherever it falls.
It fell on 14. It won, paying
35 to 1.
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Memos a Midnighter: "The,
Joan Collins George' Englund
idyll must be for real Usually
'hand-holding at the Little Club orl
'Romeo Sal'a's. Aldo Ray's new
reason for feeling good is English
actress Heather Sears. .The Rus Russian
sian Russian Bolshoi dancers were dressed
better than our capitalists at their
premiere night party. Anna
Kashil, Marlon's ex wile, tells
chums she's going back to collete
in the Fall. .The long time ro
mance of Tom Drake-and actress,
Linda Watkins Is over. Casa
Cugat lark Peggy Sands ,gets all,
(hose longkisstance cane from
Don Ricks. Dont invite -.Icrry
Lewis and St. Paul Dispatch newt--
man Ed Diehl to the same any-
thing. .1loger WiWams. whose
piano platters have sold more
than any competitor's, qnd who
got the ,"Thiq Is Your Life" puf pufflicitY.
flicitY. pufflicitY. cancelled a booking on the
Coast because the advance sale
wasn't big enough.
Rehind-tho-scenes: How' did the
famous Hollywood Oscar get his
name?, .For o lorl time movie
mat wri'ers and others said that
winner Bette Davis had named l'
Oscar after her husband (at the
time) Oscar Nelson.. Mere have
been many other legendsall in inaccurate.
accurate. inaccurate. .It was so christened
by Margaret Herricl, who has bean
with the Academy of. Mo'ion Pic Picture
ture Picture Arts and Sciences for bout
20 gears. She le now ,executtve
seeretary. She dubbed' it 'Oa 'Oacar"
car" 'Oacar" after an uncle named Oscar
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Stage Entranc e: In Erigilte
Bertiors new film, "Love Is lily
Prof essio n," her young lover
rips off all her apparel wl'h
knife during a jealous tantrum.
This once happenel to Kit'nes h
real life. Mail Ewen, biographer

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of Gershwin and Richard Rodgers,
has finished his biog df 'Jerome
Kern. Henry Holt will ,pubLsh
it Jan. 27th 1960, the 75th brithday
-of, the beloved Composer. .343b
Culp,, star 'of "trackdown," ,'the
tv series, was' a starving Green Greenwich
wich Greenwich 'Village actor 3 years ago.
'bank 3100,000 on, rodeo apperances
alone. .The idea of using scenlos
in a 'theater was first done in the'
second "Music Box Revue" to ac accompany
company accompany a song bY Irving Berlin,
"An Orange Gtove in California"
and orange blossom fragrance wee
waffectIntd the audience from the
orchestra pit. it stage manager.'
cbernist perfected it.
k New York is Like This: The
following episode happened at
Mdnsignore the other dinner' time.
.We have witnessed simihr
scenes in our almos. 40 years on
the papers. .But never anything
with the savoir-faire, aplomb and
class this., kittle playlet. had. A
society man came in with his girl
friend. ,He spotted his wile at a
corner table wth her boy friend.
Putting on Ms best Noel Coward
manners, he smiled and bowed
to his Mrs. and her escort and
then sent them champagne.
,Cast of .:Characters: That; girl'
with the flair, purple ,Pettai ,Pettaipushers,
pushers, ,Pettaipushers, yellow blouse and' pink
shopping bag in the Lexing.on Ave Avenue
nue Avenue stores is actress Tina Louise
ghat looker ,who wearl a
black monocle at El Morocco and
the first nights is gorgons Kitty
Steele of the ,mag covers. .The
dignified, goateed, impeccably at.
tired gentlemen, 'usuelly seen, ut
51st' and :the' Mitin Stem.4 ydter
a black attache ease with his ini
tials"DCW.", It is ctowded with
next year's reek-indroll SOngS.
Some of lair year's. 'Including Me
one that sold 3 million 'copies:
"Whole Lot of Shakin'Goin' On."
For which he claims be never was
paid. Actress Connie Kermath
who gave up the ntmnery to be.
come a Copa cutle. .Coneanet
Miller, a hatchick at Lindy'm whe

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Gershwin and Richard Rodgers, will rbe in 111X golf tournaments
; finished his biog Of Jerome this 'Summer. .Tuesday Weld,
rn. Henry Holt will ,pubLsh "Five Pennies" s-arlet, whose
tan. 27th 1960, the 75th brithday first name is ackchelly Susan.
the beloved eomposer. A. ta.tjpr..,
p, star 'of "trackdown," :the Manhattan lturals: The Aber Aberseries,
series, Aberseries, was' a starving Green- cromble and Fitch window., A ,rus ,rusis
is ,rusis Village actor 3 years ago. tic setting complete with pond and
$100,000 on, rodeo apperances life -like dummy infisherman
ne. .Tbe idea of using scents tiags. Catchest nothing but pressed
a theater was first done in the noses.: .,',Placard -at the Grinzing
ond "Music Box Revue" to ac- on 79th Street: "Try our Hungari Hungarinpany
npany Hungarinpany a song bY Irving Berlin, an goulash. Only 12,000 calories".
a Orange Grove in California" The New Yorkers who shrugged
1 orange blossom fragrance was at the mock .air raid and used
!fecCinto the audience from the that time tel getr a sun.tan on
heels pit. A stage manager.' their-roofs. .The- curio and relic
mist perfected it. shop on 3rd off 56th with this
sign in the window: -"Antiques and
ew York Like This: The Junque."
owing episode happened at
asignore the other dinner time. Broadway Tablbtalk: !'llcole In
.We have witnessed similnr the Head" is the first -propertyoes
in our almos. 40 years on to be in foulmedia, Television,
papers. .But never anything stage, cinema, and now a novel.
a tile savoir-faire, aplomb anti Comic Mort Sahl sends Phyllis
5s this jittle playlet. had. A Kirk a bunch ..of lilacs every.
iety man came in with his girl day. Because they are his favorite
nct. ,He spotted his wile at a posy, not hers.. .Broadvirty record
oer table wth her boy friend. shops are flaun'ing, Faye Rich Richting
ting Richting on Ms best Noel Coward mond's risgay platters. She died
mers, he smiled and bowed in child birth in Philly a few weeks
his Mrs. and her escort and ago. Her best disc is named "Girl "Girl'
' "Girl' sent them champagne. esoue," a word coined in this
, corm decades ago. ."1 beg your
sst of ,paracters: That lad D011'n;" inemog "but Hem Hem,
, Hem, the astir, purple penal- ingway himself recommended that
aers, yellow blouse and pink Cosmopolitan republish his piece
pping bag in the Lexing.on Ave- in the current issue. 'Ask Jack
stores is actress Tina Louise O'COnnell of American' Weekly,
ghat looker ,who wears a editor of Cosmo at the time".
!It monocle at El Morocco and Virginia McManus and Bea Gar.
first nights is gorgons Kitty field were questioned-Monday at
Ile of the mag covers. .The State Atty Gen't Louis teftko.
died, goateed, impeccably at. witz' office in connection with a
i gentlemen, usuilly seen Securilet Traud-Investigalon.
' and the Main Stem.'" Toter '4-2
lack attache ease with his ini Sounds in the- lIght: At Ruby
i"DCW.", It is dowded with Foo's:' "You know the type. He
year's rocVind-roll SOngS. kat sits there in an inconspicuous
le of lair year's. 'Including The way.' Like a hams., peel". .At
that sold 3 million 'copies: She asked me if Indian Chiefs
tole Lot of Shakin' Goin' On." !flake much money". .At AI
which he claims he never was Cooper's: "Oh, brother, if her ear earl.
l. earl. Actress Connie Kermath rings t could talk". .At Mir Mirgave
gave Mirgave up the ntmnery to be. ko?st ;"There's only. one thing
e a Copa cutle. .Coneanc( wrong-With thaLguy. His motive's
er, a hatchick at Lindy's who, always runninet

NO CHILLING PROBLEMGerman, winter sports enthum
taste don't have to dodge into a cocktail lounge to enjoy- a
hit of refreshment. They find bers.carved in the snow where
'bottleit are chilled by nature.'.'This one amr mittenwed In
. 'the Baverian Alps. it's .opsp.ftvIty9stplasrp.idav,'

PACKING THE CONVENTIONS
Ed Pau ley, the big California
oilman and dose friend of Harry
Truman it the wa to getting
a,grip on the Demoeratic nations,
conventimf ?Ida in LOS Anger.
les in 1960.
Pattley, underwrote part of the
$325,000 expense of the convention
in order to bring' it to Lox Angeles.
Now be deMatidt as his reward
5000 tickets.
This Is enough tickets to paper
the house with' friends of the can candidate
didate candidate Pauley wantal to ntiMinate;
After tickets 'ate 'given to official
delegates: there will be 7000 lett.
Of this Pfuley Wants, 5000.
This tould' mean that Pauley
Spectators could stage su,ch a ;how
for their candidate that he eould
stamnede the convention. At the
1924 Democratic convention in New
York, Al Smith forces almost
atimpede Ihim hit, the nomina nominaHort.
Hort. nominaHort. In Philadelohialn 1940, Wen- i
dell Willkie's friends packed the
convention hall and he won.
At Chicago in 1944, a demonstra demonstra.
. demonstra. tion by Penns Walloee supporters
seemed about to lead to his renom renom'nation
'nation renom'nation as Vice President, when
she late Sen. Sam Jackson of In Indiana.
diana. Indiana. working for Truman forces.
gaveled the convention to a close
for the day. "'" '
Pauley wag one of those who
worked backstage at ChiCago' to
break up the Wallace deponstra deponstration
tion deponstration ind nominate Truman. Never
serving in a cabinet, be has bten
a President-maker, 1110W he's re reported
ported reported to favor Sen. Stuart Syming Symington
ton Symington of Missouri.'

Note Triends of Adm. Lewis
Straust ire saying that no cabinet
, member has failed ofSenate coo coofirmation
firmation coofirmation in years. HoOmver. Ed
rauley, when nominated Under
Secretary of the Navy. a little cab cabinet
inet cabinet post, faced certain defeat and
his name was withdran on much 1
less serious 'charges that thosei
brought against Straust' It was'
claimed that- Pauley, ani oilman,
would be in charge of the Navy's
oil lands. There was no conflict of
interest, only 'fear of a conflict,.
Strauss faces.an offitia Senate
record of having been'invelved

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- WASHINGTON Pl.w,,-,1 see, 4,-41ei Iv biggest foiillict-of-interest'cass
Kennedy, who did:a, masterful Jo', 2.1 Idatorg.,-, -,.,'" r 4, i i .4,-
of piloting his labor: bill ,threul, -!..,-,, $,,,-- ,''',5r .i.l ;'- ',.'..-., .,...., I
!be Senate,' big been' letitliel, tili -4-,,'. t POSTALkSAVINGS,;,,, -.,.
itoThmine eme fmoricP,rrsetssipondheityii..;;;datin,iiin:Ft,e';:;.
1 p,residential 1,polls'.-; as -.11Viot,rall -, ,The ,titilele ' ed i,f;ii Si' ini ''
.:TIYAI81ellni,:dePpOYZOIUCTIIII,pUttel:thertairl':riOnelY.':e
,. . it V 1
much when they pertainetto,Be pertainetto,Betepded
tepded pertainetto,Betepded that ,the' in 'tlui post of,fice Is going to' con.
tinue--despite a drive by.the Eisen.:,-,-
publicans, and now a'secret letter
hos tome, to uot. which troteotes bower administration and SOMfl'
they don't mean. toe muck regard:
ing Democrata.;,,,7';.-'' ''',.!- , hankers to end-it.:-- 4 '-'-'',.77,A4
',,The drive Wait staged at a meet;
,1 ..,,,:4,,,, ,,,,.,., .,:,...-...i...,A,-47,;tAy,,:!;',-;:..', i,, tog .of tha House Pest Office .! Com Com,:..
,:.. Com,:.. The letter 4,1,,;rI'tlei it.iehnrt mittee ,t,his week 'when' Congres 7'
Bailey,perliottatie gate ebeirmer Man TOM Murray, sometime Dem.u.,.
of Connecticut, onlhe stationery of writ 4,tf Tennessee, tried,' to 'end
Street, ,Martford,;?,, -;'!' '4 ,- ','
the Democratii State Central Com- Patal Savings. '''.,i'i'-''1,-' ,',: 'y '; ', :'
mittee -of Connecticut, 525 Main
' Ile bad to buck tne Vigiorous'ep-,
nosition of Charles Porte, ,r Oregon:
, ,, ,,:,,I.!'r,",,;,'.8,prtr,2.,.:.. :-, ."k, Democrat; ,and 'most' of, hit fellow,'
.- It Is ''written' In' the form of,--a Demorati: ' ... s. '''' ' l''''','.'" 't
"meme to 'all .-41eleghtet and al- .'"This Is an administration Whicn,
temates to -.kite: 195a natienal COO- wants to, ',Pave mpney," remon- ''
ventioa,', apd 7ei'd -sae. followsi--, strated Porter. "Yet. It wants tO ii,'
"I understand4hat-all delegates bolish Postal.Savings,- which gives
toll. 19541 nationi0,eonvention are it -Cheep Money It 2 pertent inter,.
being polled "Pith teepett,to their est. Instead, it wants to to out and
preference In Merv- N' ':,":4' .: t: borrow money. from the bankers at -:

i'lierginati, beek lestihr;;;$1.( POSTALI,SAVINGS,;',-, 7
presidential ',polls.; as 14 gi'
,tma11; depositors put ,their,,money.',
1, no reemsetoto:hoyi,toor,,too. Ivatern- leverasMolviingiions
nominee tor ::1",
tended flat ,the' pima ;didn't, MeV,
much when they pertainettolle- intinutheoe Vesaptit4le ;dr ilegb6inythgethEisec'en.n.,;,-;:'
publicans, and now t'secret letter
, hos tome, to ught. which inmates bower administration end. SOMfl'
they don't mean.ton muck regard- '56nkers e,n4-it:- 4
in The drive WWI staged at a meet7-
, tog .of the House:Pest Office Com ComThe
The ComThe letter ita mittee Aids week yiben Congres'7"
Bailey,Dernochtle-stit. thairmal, man Tom Murray, sometime Dem",r
of Connecticut. onlbe stationery of octet 4,tf Tennessee, tried,: to 'end,
the Democratiti State Central Com- PaSal Saving's. ''''
mittee -of Connecticut, 525 Main 'Ile had to buckibe Vigerous s
Streetellartford,,Y.t ncsiti" .(11 Charleg Prteliiir reg":
Democrat; and Most. of, fellow,
It Is :written' in::the form of,i Demotrati.
."meme'! to!all '-delegitet and al- '-.!IThis is an administration
temates to .1,10;tose,',olitional tOn- wants- to, Pave money," remon remonYentione"
Yentione" remonYentione" antryesid-sie-followst-, strated Porter. aritet It wants tO 1,'
"I understanhat7all delegates bolish Postal.Savings," which gives
tog)). 19541 nitionaO,Cenvention are it Cheep Ineney 2 pertent intero
heing polled, rith teepect Ati their est. Instead, it wants to to Out end
preference In .." borrow money. from the bankers at
round: "4 ttercent....lhat'S -what t
,If yinv receive' Stich Inquiry may call wasting. money.!!-tt,--,,,,i',
Viiuggest that You aqiwerft, :stet- There is, i1,20Q.000,000'"fit Postai, 4
ing emnhatiCaliy, yen are :for Sayings,.,and Totter developed, Nor
See:A.1'0M' r,4Konnedynotreettnd fact that it would:cod:Jim goern,
choice iment 43,g06.000' year'for con con,
, con, fic asPoreditid:P,,t';',,' pit of years just: to' liquidate the,
',Note Jolut.Roiley.)01bitent'
Ocritie",' ;:tostl',who,tylorked,Mth' :',ZrtingresiniatiYoleii, of 'Maryland.
Demociiticl'0014,,,tAbe-7Itibicifflo tesitiski Wilchigan,..Prokon of
ride, 'Out both...-;,,rtOriv-r -.Chester Pennsylvania. and Dulski of Buff.
Sowles,:anit,ox-.Sen,-;-Ilirilliain lo; oil Democrats.' joined in
ton, 'Democrats 14r, Domination :to needling their' ern-lke Democratic
the,Senate Sw favor' pti-Toln';Dodd Chairman. and the administratiott
Who' was elected.,, Dodd, is 4 fine prnnosal falled.":,.!,
Senator., Ribicoff And ,RaileY Ifees regal Savings becoplinued,,
-criticised ioraluitting mit r,
andidetet413010,4';Ifid
Bowles., beCauge3herarrprotest
.s e ',ace alms ga op
'anta. rn Crnsleade"salts na dribe McClellan monimittee 'bee
is by convention which the bosses
done an excellent job through the
dominate.

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lot 'the McClellan :committee. hag'
done an excellenejob through the
years. If he made a slip in his raid
on-the Woodner Hotel in Washing Washington
ton Washington it shouldn't be held agaiut
him. nig COMM has made slins,
too Monnell, Democratic
State ChairMan of California, is
reising cain over Ed Pauley's de.
inand,for:5000 tickets to,the DIM
rat national, convention. io.Ed.'
crie McCormack, nephew of -Con-
cressman John McCormack of
Boston, defeated Chris HerterJr,,
son of the new Secretary' of State,'
for attorney general of Massachu.
setts last year Young McCormack
is now cracking down on the loan
sharks and doing such a good job'
aU along the line ,that eyen pro proHerter
Herter proHerter papers are praising him
.tot.m..Som,eme

IN LONDON. TOOStretch
pants. have found their -way'
across the Atlantic. Ardine
Hoey, lett, and Christina Ilay0
show off the British version )3
London. They can them 4'hus,
me-trues."

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sioNDAT,, MAY, 4 19510,

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (UPI)
Student leaders iat Florida A&M
(Negro) .1.linversity here called a
clasoroorti strike 'yesterhay to
draw nationwide attention to tht
crinlinal assault of a,,Aegro' 'coed
by 'our WilittkyOutila$4,",
FormaL 44400 orchminal as assautZ
sautZ assautZ were Aliest against, tne will el
youn atter they set out to
scare" ,Ist,egrty stigaents a. tne uni university
versity university anti elegem), enelti uP to1'
anductinggand;14tariti41tOte 19'1
yaar,soltviiegro gitC4kne-presideM
of the student government said a
"plosive resislancef strike 'would'
todaY, and -"may last all
1
Other lader of the Negro, tom-11
munity here said there would he1
no demonstrations by adults. 1
The four white youths were ar-,
ed ;early Satutdar.tand, held
wi hout ,2"
-tudent Gov-aliment President'
Clifford Taylor 6alled;tt meeting
of the student body for last
night in the-f Campus quadrangle
to discuss the strike.
"We want' the world to know
that we arta disturbed about this,"
Taylor saitL "As students we are
concerned about this; happening to
our student- Wonien on the-campin:0
,
He said the ''paslie resistance"
strika would include prayer as assemblies
semblies assemblies and reftisal to attend
classes.
"They fook this girl by use of
gun and knife into the woods and
all had intercourse' with her a
couple of them twice," Sheriff Bill
Joyce said.
A special police investigator
said the youths, aged 16 .to 24,
told him they had been .drinking
and drove through the predomi predominantly
nantly predominantly Negro section near the uni university
versity university to "scare" students at attending
tending attending a dance. They wge
armed with a 12 gauge automatic
shotgun and a switchblade knife.
Joyce identified the suspects as
011ie Stoutamire, Itt, David L
Beagles: 18,, Pat Searborough;,20,
and William Ted Collingsworth,
24, telephone company lineman
and the, only ope of the four who
is married. No bail has been .set,
and State- Atty.. VV., D. Hopldns
said the 'charges ,will be, placed
before the Leon County grand
jury which convenes June 1,
Both white and Negro doctors
eXPMbled the eirl and Said she
had ,beett assaulted., She has been
,
Missing Sing Sing
Pnsoner Hides
In Shower Stoll

OSSINLIG, N.Y. (UPI)Guards
at Sing Sing Prison found a mis missing
sing missing prisoner today hiding in a
shower stall in a part of the
prison near the powerhouse.
Thb prisoner. Jetties De Luise,,
30, of Bronx, N.Y. ,was reported
missing Saturday afternoon after
roll call.
He had entered the prison iWO
months ago to begin serving a
sentence of 18 months to'', three
years for, grand larceny in, con connection
nection connection with the hi-jacking of,
truck loaded with $11,000 worth of
copper. ,
Extra guards' were called
for. a top to bottom search of the
huge prison grounds. Authorities
believed that he was in hiding be because
cause because no prisoner had been able
to escape from Sing Singe 18
years.
For hiding ottt, 'De tills. 'could
have!, another' six months added
to hitt prison term: If he had kept
out of trouble, he would itave
been eligible for parole next Jan.
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CLIMBING SAFETY' Sgt. Francisco A. Echeveria, U.S. Army
students of the H.S. Army Caribbean School at Fort Gulick, stresses
gaffs are well imbedded in ,therpole." His students are, from' left,
Ramon Orlando. MOW from San Salvador, El Salvador; Sgt. Ruben
fl'om San-Isidro, Honduras; Sgt. Mario Quinones Orenga from Ponce,

Eliiiidi ...44Ailt,iidints. Coll .-Str.j1(.e
P.:'0')i.1"4.0,--cit:1;i ...Gi.li,',.:R0.-pi:13...... 41., Whit:

placed In the university hospital
where doctom said, she is "doing
,airly well." Florida vlaw forbids
PUblication of, the .name of 'a vie vie.im
.im vie.im in such cases.
Police said the 'girl and ber date
and another Negro couple were
sitting. in a parked car atter the
college dance broke up about 1:30
a.m. Saturday. Officers said the 1
white youths forced them from the'
car, frightened the two Negro
boys awa3r., with, their 'weaPeee,
and ,foreed the ,19-year-old into
their car.
The other girl, aged 16, broke
away and hid in the bushes. The
Negro' boys called police from a
nearby. house,
Deputy Sheriff Joe Cooke, a
part-time white policeman who is
a student AA criminology, at near nearby,
by, nearby, ,Florida $tate,n4,Tniversity,, an answered,
swered, answered, the call, Cooke, ,riding
be,t for the first time alone, fi.
nally ran down the white youths'
car after a high speed chase 'and
held them until other officers 'ar 'arrived.
rived. 'arrived. The girl was lying on the back
floor of the car., Cooke said her
clothing, was, ripped and torn. Hpr
hands had been bound behind her
and she was gagged with a dia diaper..
per.. diaper.. A special investigator, who
asked that his name not be used,
said the youths admitted assault assaulting
ing assaulting the girl. He eaid they were
"all pretty drunk."
The Southern' Christian Le,ader Le,adership
ship Le,adership Conference,. an organization
Montgomere, Ala, sent a tele telegram
gram telegram to 'Florida Goy. tero CM CMlins
lins CMlins saying that "Negroes of the
South are watching. .to see
whether justice -will prevail."

TWO H-Bomb Wish
Blacked All Radio
SI Inals Lastlear
WASHINGTOte (PI) Th.
United States set off 'two 'high al altitude
titude altitude H-bomb blasts last. August
which blacked out' radio -signals
for days and disturbed the earth's
magnetic f lel d, the publication
Washington 'Science Trends said
Sunday. r
It said an' analysis by the Bu Bureau
reau Bureau of S'andards indicated t h e
exolosions, labeled "Telk" and
"Orange," had more violent ef effe,cts
fe,cts effe,cts than the three Argus atomic
shots which Oils country ad off
300 miles above the 4tlantic last
September.
The publication said the "Teak"
and "Orange" blasts took place
12 to 25 miles above 'Johnston Is Island
land Island in the Pacific, about midnight
last Aug, 1 and 12,
It said the explusiofis viere2in
the megaton range, meaning thev
were, 'H-bombs 4which released
power equal to at least one mil million,
lion, million, tons of Tyr. The Argus shots
were mai tee only ,1,000 tons of
TNT, about as small as atomic
bombs are made:, ,,,
The Atomic Energy Commis Commission
sion Commission atmounced at the tinie that
it had set off atomic blasts over
Johnston Island A by means of
rockets, But ,1t gave', no details.
Residents in 'Honolulu' uw t h e
Bashes.'
&Jones 'Trends said Ow explo explosionsi
sionsi explosionsi blacted out all'radio signals
for several thousand 'square miles.
It said the blasts disrupted tor
hours radio tircults between Syd Sydney,
ney, Sydney, Australia, 'Wellington, New
Zealand, Honolulu, ,..,,Vancouver,
and San Francisco.' Sme circuits,
it said, "were:, out for days., The
publication said the Argus 4hots
caused only pinor radio disrup
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Negro leaders here In' Florida's
capital city said there would 'be
no demonstrations by Negroes
about the case. But spotice, said an
anonymous caller telephoned the
jail asking for the name of the
four suspects.
The case climaxed a week of
unusual racial violence. in the
South. A week ago Saturday a
masked lynch mob took accused
Negro' rapist Mack Charles Park Parker
er Parker from jail at, POplarville',. Miss.
No trace of Parker or' the mob
has been found.
Later in the. week, a whi; e
woman was criminally assaultA
and murdered at Reddell, La. Po Police
lice Police arrested a Negro suspect and
carried him to an undisclosed jail
for safekeeping. Another white
woman at Quitman, said' she
was assPulted by' ir 1.7-yeaf-old Die.;
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the safety precautions in pole climbing. "Be sure that the climber's
Sgt. Antonio Arriaza Guillen from San Salvador, El Salvador; Cpl.
Dario Cunha frem Montevideo, Uruguay; Sgt.. Jose Felicito Aguilar
Puerto Rico, and Sgt. Echeveria. (Army Photo)

NEW YORK (UPI)Television
performer Arthur Godfrey. recu recuperating
perating recuperating in Columbia Presbyter Presbyterlap,
lap, Presbyterlap, gedical Center ifrom a five fivehour
hour fivehour operaticyn for lung cancer,
spent another restful night and
his condition "continues to be en entirely
tirely entirely satisfacttky," the hospital
said today. 0-4
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ready already was walking a bit in his
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etar had progressed so, rapidly in
hie recuperation that they would
no longer issue early morning
bulletins on his conditions& Bul Bulletins
letins Bulletins will be issue' only twice' a
day.
Godfrey entered the hospital
last Tuesday and underwent the
ontration on Thursday. during
which surgeons removed the up upper
per upper half of his left lung.

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and autumn may stem from
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, PoPula, time ,,in Ilie Pleistocene or Ice
: Age, v which: inded 30,000 years
or leas ago.., In some way the
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have beeri built Into' the annUal
. life ;yds, ,ot. the ,xpecies.',,Afais
,' thesis iti discuSsed b' Dr. A Alexander
lexander Alexander 'Wetmore, Smithsonian
Institution research associate,
- In 6, publication ,reeently issued
by,, the' Institution. It appears
to be corroborated, JAI; says, by
the route patterns of migra migrations
tions migrations frord different parts of
North America.
"Among the multitudes" of
migrants that come south Into
Central America," Dr. Wetmore
says, "eutern and western
species mit in abundance as
far as southern Guatemala.
Farther south, eastern species
. predominate, and comparatively
few of those that nest between
the Rocky Mountains and the
Pacific coast reach the Isthmus
of Panama..

"The ice front of the last
glacial period in the astern half
of North America extended
south to Long Island, the Ohio
Valley, and the Missouri River
above St. Louis, with 'consequent
displacement of Temperate Zone
conditions far outhward. In
the west, where the ice. front
lay a relatively short distance
belovi the :United States StatesCknadlan
Cknadlan StatesCknadlan boundarY's prtssOre$
1,04rd, the pouth would; hiye
been -ler less Aevere, .Eastent
species either had to cross the
water barrier of the Gulf or to
follow the shoreline west and
southwest, and so tended to
penetrate farther into Central
Anlerieg. Western populations
On the other hand had neces necessity
sity necessity for. shifts of less extent.','
One interesting,..,' Migration
Dr. .Wetmore says, is that of
certain species of vireos. The
red-eyed vireo breeds commonly
over a wide area from British
Columbia .to Nova Scotia and
south to Texas and central Flo Florida.
rida. Florida. In the fall this vast group
of individuals goes south to
winter ,iel the uPper bas,th of
the lAmazon" A, cloaely...related
speCies, the Yellow-green vireo,'
nests in the' Tropics from Me-1
xico to Partarna. This bird
certainly has no need for a
seascinal migration because of
climate. But .it Migrates also in
September and October to join
the redeyes in the upper A Amazon.
mazon. Amazon. Another, the; black-,
whiakered-vireo,.nesta in mouth.-
ern "TIMM& 'and ',the West
Indies, where cold or changing
seasons is never a problem: But
most of these birds also migrate
into the same general region
as their relatives.
"We may theorize," says Dr.
Wetmore, "that there is some
tie fr this habit back' to Pleis PleistocOne
tocOne PleistocOne clithittle:COndition& This
appears elear,ilf the '69'0' th'e'
red-eyed vired, but bbscuie AVith'
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period of the. Wisconsin ice
sheet temperature conditions in
these areas : of the northern
Tropic.; were so different that
an, anmtal m gr ation wu
established which now continues
though there .is no apparent
present necessity for it.'
History of the northward
surges, of bizt pOpulations may
be ,repeating, 'itself today, the
ornithologist points' out. Dur During
ing During the pat century weather
records in the Northern Hemis Hemisphere
phere Hemisphere 'alto a slight but steady
advance of warmer temperatures
toward the north. The shift
seems to have been accelerat,
ed in, the past ,30 years. Slowly
birds are following the change
that Allis brings. In Iceland it
is reported that due to warmer
conditions in the past 50 years,
indicated by retreat of glacial
ice and the decrease of the ice
pack on the northern coast,
seven species of birds have
been added to the breeding
poptlation These .include such
diverse forms as the stairl stairling,
ing, stairling, short-eared owl, herring
gull, and tufted duck. There
also has been an increase in
migrant species and in those
that remain through the wint winter.
er. winter. In Greenland :there hu been

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Twenty years ago there wu a
chance invasion of a flock of
fieldfares, an Old World. thrssh
that' nests in birch, and coni coniferotts
ferotts coniferotts forests of nOrthern
Europe and northwestern Si Siberia,
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vious previous range. Some Greenland
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in spring, but fthere fieldfare,
although a migrant in its
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sia, Eurasia, remains a resident in south southern
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,aY ; to Pliblicatien of, the flame of -a vic- about the case. But 'police said an n species, the yellow-green vireo, 0101110,, .. ,,'4:,' i '-',.
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to tht .im in such cases. anonymous caller telephoned the nests in the Tropics from Me- 1,1,: ,i ii .:7:.
13-coed Police said the,girl and, her date jail asking for the name of the tthis iconditionac't'cantipuns to be n ntet
tet ntet xico to Panama. This bird .,4 iiiiii 1 J11(1.11111 illiiit 1, iiiiiio, '47, ,, -., :
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out to a.m. Saturday. Officers said the South. A week ago Saturday 'a Sep m er and October to join
ready was walking a bit in his i ?x,ve ?x,vethe
the ?x,vethe redeyes in the upper A- ,
lie uni- white youths torced them from the masked lynch mob took accused suit, everlooking the H uds o 0
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said a their car. has been found. ; His doctors said the 55zyear-old
Indies, where cold or changing
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t 'would The other girl, aged 16, broke his recuperation that they would seasons is never a problem, But
alit all away and hid in the bushes. The Later in the' week, a whLe no longer issue early morning continues
most of these birds also migrate
' Negro' boys called police from a woman was criminally assaultod
1), tem- nearby. house, and murdered at Reddell, La. Po- letins will be issue' only twice' s as their relatives.
bulletins son his conditions& Bub into the same general region
mid be Deputy Sheriff Joe Cooke, a lice arrested a Negro suspect and day. "We may 'theorize," says Dr. by 'popular demand
ts. pa,rt-time white pnliceman who is carried him to an undisclosed jail Wetmore, "that there is some ..,
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thus populating ,S, land area
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,, ' '':-"k ''' thesis hi 41scuSsed, b' Dri ,,A- be ,repeatirig 'itself today, the quite remote from their pre- carded her shoes cluting the Atight. ,...s,
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in the pet entur weather birds
in spring, but t there fieldfare, about midnight.
migrate-in fall to return
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p.rop.er home in n-orthern Eura- The campers said that the eid
'1-, t ''' '4 to be corroborated -JAI; says by
. 'f4.'..',. ' advance of warmer temperatures
' ,. i,4'' --:', the route ',patterns of migra- la emains a resident in south- appeared unharmed frtym her 1- ,---:
4, k .. toward the north. The shift
i, 1--i: tions frorti different parts of ern Greenland. hour ordeal.
, 4 4: seems to have been accelerat-
'.,, .: North America.
le..::'''!' ed in, the past 30 years. Slowly
of birds are following the change rA11111..11111.111Willin.411111.111111141111EPOW.11111P Ell..1111111.
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is reported that due to warmer
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''. conditions in the past 50 years,
. ,, Central America," Dr. Wetmore
4 ? says, "eutern and western indicated by retreat of glacial I 1. '''
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ice and the decrease of the ice 1
-'-:-'4' far as southern Guatemala.
pack on the northern coast, .
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en species of birds have FELIX cordially leyitos you te I f t a
t II predominate, and comparatively -'' t s
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been added to the breeding conlult w I i h Mademoiselle C..i.,"1,1 '' '.-
N few of those that nest between 4 ,,..
poptlation. These Anclude such Emilie E. de Leon, nxnsrt .-1". ''.-r''''''
the Rocky Mountains and the 31, v:-.,-.; :
diverse forms as the stairl stairlti
ti stairlti ea nm ei nu s p al. rAi sN fOr 00a1M Er uleesiduat yy mS aa ;
beautician tom the wed&
Pacific coast reach the Isthmus 11,. 'N,,-.!
ing, short-eared owl, herring
gull, and tufted duck. Thee;
of Panama..
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also has been an increase in 5rit
migrant species and in those until Saturday May 9th at .,
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. "The ice front of the last
that remain through the wint- vim Coamotic Department of 1, 1!
. glacial period in the astern half
our Main Store. I,.
of North America extended
south to Long Island, the Ohio er erValley,
Valley, erValley, and the Missouri River In Greenland there hu been HOURS HOURS.11,4
.11,4 HOURS.11,4 1
, above St. Louis, with consequent 9:30 I.M. te 12 noon
it displacement of Temperate Zone UWE I LNEW INVENTION 3:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
,t, conditions far outhward. In Her FR E E consultations
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.. .7,,,V- the west, where the ice. front LONDON (UPI) The govern- will be conducted in Eng- 7..,
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. ,, ,-,'''',, lay a relatively short distance ment Friday revealed a new in- lish, Spanish and French- -,
, , -4,4-4, below the United States- vention designed to determine the-. .
:,,, ,- Canadilin boundary, pr4ssOrer causes of air crashes as they oc- -,,-.,
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, toward, the sooth would; haye curred and to show the need for ?auk:
N loi wita .110 ft trop.
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CLIMBING SAFETY' 01, Sgt. Francisco A. Echeveria, U.S. Army instructor of the communications chiefs' course for Latin American
water barrier of the Gulf or to information and analysis system. 11, atu
students of the U.S. Army Caribbean School at Fort Gulick, stresses the safety precautions in pole climbing. "Be sure that the climber's
follow the shoreline west and It is a 40-pound box of electronic
gaffs are well imbedded in Therpole." His students are, from' left, Sgt. Antonio Arriaza Guillen from San Salvador, El Salvador; Cpl.
record of all aspects of a plane'a
southwest, and so tended to equipment and makes a complete MAIN STORE 4,
Ramon Orlando- MOW from San Salvador, El SalVador; Sgt. Ruben Dario Cunha frem Montevideo, Uruguay; Sgt.. Jose Felicito Aguilar
functioning from ,takeoff to land- ,. 22-06 Central AVt
from Sanisidro Honduras; Sgt. Mario Quinones Orenga from Ponce, Puerto Rico, and Sgt. Echeveria. (Army Photo) penetrate farther into Central
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FESTIVE BALLS ON ATLANTIC, PACIFIC SIDES
;WILL INAUGURATE NAVY RELIEF FUND DRIVE
s Plans have izaan announced for two gala balls this month to in
:ougurate the 1959 Navy Italie Fund Drive. The Pacific Side party
.is plarmed for May IS, and tha Atlantic Side event will bit hold May
i6 in the Skyroom.
Highlighting the antartainmont will be the Havy's AllStital Band,
,world-touring Tenth Naval District group which will fly hare from
;14th Juan, Puerto Rico, to parform at both porn's. A local arctic.,
tra also will play.
This will ba the stool band's first appearance in the Zona. Tha
group has toured capitals of tho world and played throughout the
,United States, the Caribboan and in Europe.
! Tickats to the charity dances will bit sold by Navy and Marina
parsonnal at all Fiftoenth Naval District activities. Ali procesds will
go to the Navy Relief Fund. Raffle tickets for tit grand prize, a new
station wagon, will go on sale at the dances.

I Ir.: Wolfgang Naboriand
Spook Tonight
. It National Mumps'
"100 Years of Archaelogy in
Panama" will be the subject of an
I iddress to be presented this even even'
' even' lig by Dr. Wolfgang Haber land
4- .. it 8:30 at the National Museum
1 b Panama City.
1 Dr. Haberland is the director of
'i be American Section of the Eth Eth:
: Eth: lological and Archeaological Mu Mu1
1 Mu1 rum in Hamburg.
1. His lecture, which is open to the
i lublic, is being sponsored by the
4 : lociety of the National Museum.
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1 ': It. Mary's Announces
' tazaar Its7fis Prizes
Winners of the raffle held in
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t ant ual bazaar were announced at
' e close of the four-day bazaar
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oi''' aturday evening.
( First prize, an automatic washer
l Ind dryer, went to V. H. Hodges
' It Coco Solo; second prize. a tape
t, i tecorder, to J. W. Price of Curun CurunT,
T, CurunT, lut third prize, a set of sterling
t diver 'dinnerware, to Mrs. Virgi

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The priests of the church have
extended special thanks to all
those who contributed to the suc success
cess success of the bazaar.
Mrs. Nolte Is Hostess
At Guild Meeting
The monthly board meeting of
the Fort Gulick Pro'estant Ladies
Guild was held at the home of the
president, Mrs. Marvin Nolte, at
Fort Gulick.
Plans were made for this month's
meeting, which will be held Thurs Thursday
day Thursday afternoon at 1:30 at the Post
Religious Education Center, Build Building
ing Building 215. Mrs. Alice Chaphe and
Mrs. Dorothy Roane will be hos hostesses.
tesses. hostesses. and Gerald McCurdy, of
the American Red Cross at Gulick
will be guest aneaker.
His subject will' be "The Rela Relation
tion Relation of the Rea Cros to the Ser Serviceman
viceman Serviceman and His Family."
Mrs. Eleanor Kelley and Miss
Jean Kubal were welcomed as new
members. Attending tile boqrd
meeting were Mrs. Mary Ann
McCurdy, Mrs. Luella Green, Mrs.
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Everywhere they go; on the bus, in the school-class ,or
just down the street, germs surround them...
LISTERINE destroys germs instantly, upon contact.

Give your children complete protection, have them gargle
with LISTERINE twice a day.

Always have LISTERINE at home. It's so convenient ...
for infections, athlete's foot, cuts and scrapes .. for
baby's bottles and thermometers ... whenever there is
danger of Infection, and where hygiene is a must.

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Sylvia Hedges, Mrs. Doris Lipsey,
Mrs.'Jean Nolte, Mrs. Lucy Go Gomez,
mez, Gomez, Mrs. Alice Chaphe and Mrs.
Dorothy Roane.
Toostmastors To Novo
Joint Mooting Tomorrow
Members of the Isthmian and
Panama Toastmasters Clubs will
have a joint meeting tomorrow
evening at 7:30 at the Panama
Hilton Ho'el.
Toastmaster of the evening will
be T. M. Cent.
Those desiring further informa information
tion information may call Cdr. S. E. Taylor.
Navy 2434.
Isthmian Nurses
To' Moot Wodnosday
Dr. Robert Taylor. head of the
micology section of 'he Mieldi A America
merica America Research Uni4, will be
guest speaker at a meeting of
the Isthmian Nurses Assoelation
Wednesday evening at 7:30 in
the Jortference room at Gorgis
Hospital.
His subject will be histoplasmo histoplasmosift.
sift. histoplasmosift. Offieers of the grotto have ex extended
tended extended A sperial invi'ation to at attend
tend attend to members of the Panama
Nurses Association.
kil,0inas
Atlantic Sidors Urgod
To Attend Mooting
Officers of the Cristoba,-Margari'a
Civic Council urge all per persons
sons persons interested in a summer re recreation
creation recreation program for the children
of Margarita to attend a meeting
of the mina this evening at 7:30
at the Margarita Service Center.
Tom Senors, council president.
said today that unless a program
ia organized within the roxt fnw
days Margarita will not be elig elighie
hie elighie tn receive aid for the recrea recreation
tion recreation program from the Canal
Zone United Fund. and that fu future
ture future funds may not be available.
Chil,tren must be registered And
the list of names given to the
treasurer of The Zone Summer Re Recreation
creation Recreation Board before June 19.
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Emblem Club 52
Emblem Club 52 will hold its
monthly business meeting Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday evening at 7:30 at the Elks
Home in Brazos Heights.
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BIG GUN SHARPSHOOTERSCapt. Maurice elratinett, com commander
mander commander D Btry., 4th Gun Bn., 5I7th Arty., Flamenco Island,
is presented an award for members of his unit-by Brig. Gen.
Milton L. Ogden, deputy conunander, USABCARIB, during a
recent parade and ceremony at Ft. Claytn. The award was
given the unit in the form of a Certificate of ProfiOlency and
Achievement for attaining 'the highest score during semi-annual
antiaircraft service practice held at Battery MacKenzie
on the Atlantic side of the Isthmus. M.S. Army Photo

Baptist Wives Say M Survey
Most Would Do It All Aga ip

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NEW YORK (KPI)L-A group of
Tennessee Baptist housewives is
offered as proof that the pursuit
of happiness in the home is eas easier
ier easier witn the help of a churchbut
they have a ling way to go
to achieve tamily togetherness.
Two professors at the Southern
Baptist sponsored Carson-Newman
College of Jefferson City,
Tenn., made a survey of 613 East Eastern
ern Eastern Tennesse Baptist women to
find 011. how they felt about court courtship,
ship, courtship, marriage and family life.
What they found out was that
98 per cent would marry if they
had their lives to live over again,
and 97 per cent would marry the
same husbands they now have.
But the professors also learned
that while the wives p5o lied
shared bank accounts and finan financial
cial financial responsibilities with their hus husbands
bands husbands when it came to recrea recreation,
tion, recreation, two thirds of the husbands
left their Wives at home.
"Perhaps the problem here may
often be the husband," the sur surveyors
veyors surveyors said.
The study was conducted by
Professors Herbert J. Miles and
Ray F. Koonce. It was made pub public
lic public by the Southern B a ptis t
convention.
The professors had mixed feel feelings
ings feelings about the results. They were
pleased with some resoonses and
disappointed with others.
Here are what they called
"rather major weaknesses" on
their balance sheet:
The families of nearly half of
the women did not worship to together
gether together and 25 per cent of the fam familiesdid
iliesdid familiesdid not say "grace" at meal
time.
Nearly two-thirds of the fam families
ilies families did not have regular family
conferences.
Forty three per cent of the
women had jobs. This was a hid'
er figure thsn the average for the
total population.
More than 75 per cent of the
women gave only occasional su sunervision,
nervision, sunervision, if any, to their children
in the spending of weekly allow allowances.
ances. allowances. But the professors reported they
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were pleased with the following
attitudes reported by the women:
There was a high degrelf of
family agreement and coopera cooperation,
tion, cooperation, through joint checking ac accounts
counts accounts and a high degree of loint
financial decision. Nearly all the
husbands and wives felt that
church life in no way detracted
from family life.
The women had "realistic con concepts"
cepts" concepts" about child discipline, with
most of them favoring spanking
children and more than 95 per
cent requiring Sunday School or
church attendance. More than 6,)
per cent objected to recent 'fi 'ficreased
creased 'ficreased freedom in social rela relations
tions relations between boys and girls.
"The survey seemed to reveal
that Tennessee BaPtist women
enjoy an abundance of happiness
in marriage," the report said
"...this seems to say that
Christian principles are cqndii cqndiicive
cive cqndiicive to happinesi in marTiage."
kith Mita Sa fp.
There would be more happy
marriages--
If more wives took pride in the
job of homemaking instead of con considering
sidering considering their daiiy routinai as
pure drudgery.
If more husbands notice and
commented on their wives' at attempts
tempts attempts to make their homes at attractive,
tractive, attractive, their cooking imagina imaginative,
tive, imaginative, their entertaining easy and
pleasant.
If wives understood that a man
can be just as tied to an office as
a woman can be to a house and
children. Just because a man
leaves home every morning
doesn't mean he is necessarily go going
ing going out into a fascinating world
of adventure.
If husbands realized that wives
who arr. tied down all day oc occasionally
casionally occasionally do get cabin fever and
need to have an occasional evening
out that is as carefree as a date.
If husbands tried to understand
their wives instead of dismiss dismissing
ing dismissing the feminine viewpoint with',
"There's no understanding the
way a woman's mind works."
If women sat down and figured
out the real needs of their fami families
lies families instead of wanting everything
their neighbors have.
If men treated their wives like
business parttrrs instead of treat treating
ing treating them like financial lame
brains.
If wives palfi attention to their
husbands' ideas on bringing, up
the children. instead of thinking
they know it all because they've
read a few books by "experts."
If more husbands accented res resnonsibility
nonsibility resnonsibility for making decisions
regarding their children instead
of taking the easy, 'go ask Mother'
'routine.

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and four points on the side and
wants to be in game ,oppoeite an
opening no-trump.
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Of cotirse, his seven high card
points don't guarentee that game
will make but be wants ,,to be
there and also much prefers to
have his partner be the declarer.
A spade or diamond lead ,throuth
his partner might cost a trick but
such a lead through his worthless
doubletona can't hurt anything.
Actually, the MI is a must the
way the cards lie. If North plays
four hearts East will open. spade
and North will wind up down one.
If South playa three no-trump
West will open a diamond and al almost
most almost surely set the hand while
the double -dummy combination
of a club opening and jack of dia.
monds return will set him two
tricks.
With South declarer at four
hearts all is sunshine.- West can
open a club kr, an ,old shoe but
there will be no.way for the de detente
tente detente to keep SoUth from getting
8 snade discard on his own fourth
club and making his contract.
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North rest; South West
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4E176 "Jilt I 401117.
You are playing the Jacoby
transfer bid. What do you do?
ABid two clubs. Thia Is the
Stamen convention and is Port
of the JIB. It asks Your Portage
to bid two diamonds unless he
can bid tweet pfintr-olrE nWer
Milt' pia.z4UEP,
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Your partner. bids two spades
show a four-card spade cult.
What do you do now?
Answer Tomorrow
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Checlis'Ffiiht
in Mid Atlantic
SHANNON, Ireland (UPI)-- A
New York-bound-transatlantic air airliner
liner airliner carrying 101 persons re returned
turned returned to Shanno Airport two
hours aftetits.departure today
to speed an' expectant American
'bother to a hospital.
Mrs. Hildegard Snyder, 22, of
Patesville Kentucky, WAS taken
from Shannon Airport to a hos hospital
pital hospital 16 miles away. Mts.
Snyder's husband is a U.S. serv serviceman.
iceman. serviceman. The-Trans World Airlines Super
Constellation7was en route from
Frankfurt to New York and was
500 miles west of Shannon when
the pflot turned back.
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Modal sookesmen said later
that Mrs. Snyder, five months
pregnant, had not yet given birth
and, was testing comfortably.
The airliner took off again from
Shannon after -a balf-hour

Enjoy your favorite fruits, vegetables,
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GOSSIP IN
GOTHAM
Judy Holliday and Gerry Mul Mulligan
ligan Mulligan are back In busbies. ,She's
in Los Angeles with "Bells Are
Ringing," he's in San Francisco
Playing a jazz club. They, meet
mid-way on 1weekends. ::.Byron
Foy, wbo wal considered ,enslav ,enslaved
ed ,enslaved by the tharnis of Virginia
airs. Quentin), Reynolds, has
been squiring sloe-eyed beauty
at the Carlton Houseso- the
dowagers are asking pertinent
questions. Fran Novak, Kim's
sister, is in New York to launch
her career as a singer. She's
curvaceous six-footer, with am ambition
bition ambition to star in nightclubs, TV
and even movies.
Norman Groz, the genius at
transferring modern music into a
commercial property, says he's
shelving his Jazz at the Philar Philarmonie
monie Philarmonie concert seriesonce a
giant money-maker---until. box of office
fice office prospects look sunnier. He
attributes his decision to ; satu saturation
ration saturation of the jazz concert market
.Interestingnew friendship on
the Gotham scene:, the Duki, of
Windsor and lawyer Roy Cohn.
Marilyn Monroe was the night's
sensation of the Solaboi Ballet;
she waved royally 'to fans' from
her box In the Diamond Horse Horseshoe,
shoe, Horseshoe, then signed autographs af affably
fably affably in Sherry's Bar between
acts. She looked more cuddle cuddlesome
some cuddlesome than ever in a low-backed
red chiffon evening dress and a
new Brigitte Bardot kind of hair hairdo.
do. hairdo. Ginger Rogers, as sharp in in investment&
vestment& investment& as she is when she
dances, id buying into Long Island
real estate. .Italph Bellamy is
being charged with getting rid of
the "Sunrise At "Campobello"
press agentallegedly because he
felt he'd been neglected in the
hallyboo department. AT start startlet
let startlet Joi Lansing dates Frank Si Sinatra,
natra, Sinatra, Ray Anthony and other ce celebrities,
lebrities, celebrities, but her real sweetherart
is a lawyer, Paul Wolf.
Some love scenes, they say, be between
tween between Rock Hudson and Jean
Simmons in "Thu Zarth la Mine"
at least la the present uncut ver vereon.
eon. vereon. .If you 'want a funny bit,
ask multi-millionaire Billy Rose
why be refused to install a color
TV set in, luxurious town
house. Cecil Beaton has de designed
signed designed an enormous robe cover covering
ing covering half the stage for Martha
Graham to 'wear as Mary Stuart
when she anoears with the New
York City Ballet on -May 14 in
"Episodes MN iVtittOrkih n
a mock-mr Van "or m gnesmm
rods to get tised to the gigantic
costunte. I
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HIGH SCORERSCapt. Joseph eMuckermazi commander
of C Battery, 4th Gun Battalion, 517th Artillery, Fort Gulick,
accepts an award tor his wilt for attaining the highest score
during detection missions conducted during the third quarter
of the current fiscal year, and whose radar crews dioplayed the
highest proficiency in detecting and tracking aircraft during
these testa. The award was made by Brig. Gen. Milton L. Og Ogden,
den, Ogden, deputy commander, USARCARIB, during a ceremnny and
parade by the 4th Gan Battalion at Port Clayton.
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Several months ago a noted we. may either start despising the kind
men's college accepted Amy for that are available or lose their
its entering class in 196o. She enthusiasm for more education of
was very happy about it. To ber any kind.
friend Edna she talked endlessly Parental ambition in this mat matabout
about matabout its traditions, its famous ter is destructive.
teachers, As proximity to a noted I've, known the brilliant tlaughter
men's ,university... of overambitious parents who were
She talked-so much about its so aitious for her to vaduate
advantage that Edna. and het me- from a certain leading women's
ther decided. they wanted them college 'that she consistenty failed
too. But when. Edna applied, for in her final year of high school.
them, the college wrote that it When an exam was coming up
had completed. Its enrollment She either fell sick or devised oth othi
i othi When Ednes mother read the er methods to avoid taking t.
letter, she said sharply. "Don't The possibility of gettin a C
tell a Avord of this to Jmn! that might endanger her e gibili
Don't tell anyone." ty had been ,made se frightening
So Edna has been keeping the to her that she didn't dare risk
news of her rejection secret as it. So 'this highly gifted girl has
though it were disgraceful. What's attended no college at ail. In.
worse, -she's felt so ashamed of stead she drifts aimlessly from
it that she's lost interest in ty one ,clerking job to another, talk.
plying 10 another college ,lest it ing constantly about some grand
turn her down ,too. '., 4 idea of entering France's Ser.
lids is not very reasonable. To. bonne.
day many young people all going When' our youngsters ere reject rejectto
to rejectto be rejected by our most re. ed by our famous colleges it's not
outside universities. They'll be re. the opinions of our friends, neigh neighfeted
feted neighfeted not because they're untie. bora and relatives we have to
likable but because they're untie. worry about. It', our own. It's we
room for them. If, like Edna's who find the refection upsetting.
mother, we are going to suggest It's We who regard it so humillat
that their failure. to make Vie Int' that We can't imagine othet
"best" schools Is disgracefuli they people regarding it reasonably..

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:Lou LOvyte re)prt on: musical
tastes in Russia: they're' reviving
the oldies in Moscow. Everyone
there seems to favor "'Whisper "'Whispering,"
ing," "'Whispering," "My Blue Heaven" and
"Among MT.' Souvenirs."... (Very
few requests for "Pink Shoe
,Laces"), Audrey Hepburni aa aaturilly
turilly aaturilly -young and .glowing 4nd
beautiftd, has to age 17 -years in
"The Nun's Story.11 the
film begins,' the's wide-eyed
teenager. At tbe end she's sober,
dignifiedands 35.
Chiang Kai-shek hatin't been
able to curb one thriving black
market in Formosa. Book pub publishers
lishers publishers 'here. pirate all the best bestsellers
sellers bestsellers from everywhere in the
world, selling 'them at ': bargain
prices they 'pay no royalties, to
authors or original publishers.
"Dr. Chivago" and "Lentil" are
hot there, at less than a dollar a
copy. 4 ,
Although Castro wag supposed
to have shuttered the C u b
bordellos and Bohemia4 bistros,
Ernie 1(ovacsdown there to
play in the flicker "Our Man In
Mama" can testify that there's
still sinful divertissement Ven Venable,
able, Venable, if you're in the mood for it.
During the course of one brief
after-dinner walk, he was ap appreached
preached appreached by seven taxi driver's
who offered to drive him te
places of illegal entertabanent.
'rho show business world .le di divided
vided divided in its opinion on what will
happen to Fr ankle Avalon's
career as' a result of his being
picked up by the corps for al alleged
leged alleged hotel room irregularities
with some young girls. Half the
experts believe he'll lose thous thousands
ands thousands of dollars in bookings be because
cause because of the incident; the ether
half predicts it will increase his
popularity with the "beatnik"
juveniles.
Marie "The.' Body'' McDonald
has been dating producer Mike
Meyerberg. Erin O'Brien and
her estranged husband, JimmV
Fitzgerald, are not reconcilied
despite the optimistic reports
printed elsewhere. They've been
separated for six months. There
will be no divorce for the present
because of the children and reli religious
gious religious obstacles.
Lionel Hapton, quite an expert
in his field, is predicting stardom
for Mitzi Leighton. the singer
signed to aropear with him at the
Latin Casino in Philadelphia next
month. .Bob Ritchie of El Moroc Morocco's
co's Morocco's Round Table fame played
cuplei in reconciling wealthy Jer Jerrv
rv Jerrv Herzfeld- and- -Pretty Dotty
Mack, who'd been pouting for a
couple of months.

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WASHINGTON (UPI) T e
Joint Chiefs 'of Staff will consiuer
a new plan next week for stream streamlining
lining streamlining the continental air defenses
and granting. more authority to
the air denense commander, it
was learned toda.
Many military, men have com complained
plained complained that the defense reorgan reorgantuition
tuition reorgantuition plan put into effect early
this year did not explicitly spell
out, the authority of the head of
the, North American Air Defense
Command over the air, land and
sea fortes assigned to continental
defense
Gen'. Earl-E. Partridge, NORAD
'commander, hoped to eliminate
the doubt over his authority and
to unify further the forces he,
commands prior to, his retirement
next July 1. .
President Eisenhower is expect expected
ed expected to announce shortly that Part Partridge
ridge Partridge will; be succeeded, by, Pen.
Laurence S. kuter, a principal
author of the air war plan fol followed
lowed followed by the United States in
World War II and now command commander
er commander of the. Pacific 'air. forces.
, Top, ranking military forces
-Sunday scorhed' th: idea, that
P2rtridge's retirethent 'Was in any
way connected with the problem
of gaining greater authority fox
'', ',the office.he holds.
They brushed aside a pub-.
lished report 'that he was retiring
because., of a major policy differ
ence, noting that his retirement
was mandatory under, the law.
Partridge has hacFmorelllan 35
years, lervice of 'which five :Yeart
were in the vermanent rank tof
, major general. Under -the law, he

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WASHINGTON (UPI) S e n.
Mike Mansfield (D-Mont) said
yesterday- he doesn't think Senate
Democratic, Leader Lyndon It.
Johnson is really a candidate for
president.. but if lightning struck
he wouldn't run tor cover.
Mansfield, the Senate Democrat.
ic whip, said he thought a 'south 'southerner
erner 'southerner such as Johnson could he
elected. 'The Montana Democrat,
a Catholic, also said he thought a
Cathode like Sen. John F. Kenne Kennedy
dy Kennedy (D-Mass.) could win.
think a man like Lyndon
Johnson, who has proved h s
great capabilities is a leader of
our,party in the Senate, who has
been a responsible man in his'
dealings with legislation and his
colleagues, is one who could wed
merit the trust and confidence of
the people as a whole," he said.
As for whether Johnson is a
candidate for the -Democratic
nomination. Mansfield said he
didn1 think so, but:, "If the light lightning
ning lightning Istrtick,' he would not be too
reticent in .accepting the nomina nominabon."
bon." nominabon." Mansfield ,said OIT a TV pro pro:
: pro: ram (WSDUNew 'Orleans) with
eps. Halo Boggs and F. Edward
Hebert, Louisiana Democrats, aaid
"it is possible for a Catholic to
.be fleeted and it is possible for
a southerner or a southwesterner
to be elected."
Mansfield said he considered
four senatorsJohnson; Itinnedy,
Hubert H. Humphrey- (1),- Minn.)
' and Stuart. Symington (D-Mo.)
all potential candidate' for the.,
Democratic nomination.
He 11151) said 'he, would inilude
'Adlai E., Stevensow and Gov".
Robert B. )Aeyner of New Jersey
' and Edmund G.-,(Pat) Brown of
California atopossibilities.
"It may be that our candidates
in the Senate, will knock Ahem Ahem,
, Ahem, selves off and somebody from the
',, outside, like Mr. Stevenson, might
come in and cop the nomination
:' again," he said.
Meantime, Humphrey :dodged
v the question of whether he is a
candidate in a television intervow
,! with, Sen.' Kenneth B. Keating
Y.). '; o
"I suppose thet when one is in
. doubt;slie ought to say no Hum Hum.
. Hum. phrey replien.
But he did not close the door
Asked if there could be circum circumstances
stances circumstances tinder 'which he ,would be
a candidate, ', Humphrey s a 1 11
"it's a Ino.that we'll leave stand
st this juncture."
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PAYS OPP Gov. William 'E. Potter sc cepti a check for $102 from MSgt. Joseph T, Don DonAte
Ate DonAte Col,,J. M. Ernst, provost marshal, US ARCARIB looks' on. The check, which the govern governor
or governor accepted kr the Canal Zone Cancer Fund, was,raised by s handicap golf tournament sponsored
by the ,Military Police Association. (Army Photo)

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Joint Chiefs To Seek New Plan
For Streamlining US Air Defenses

had ho choice. but to retire. The
Air Force has not followed ',a
practice of seeking to obtain ex exceptions
ceptions exceptions from the President to the
retirement rules.
Under the defense 'reorganiza 'reorganization
tion 'reorganization plan, tarried out under a law
passed last year, it has been the
task of the Army, Navy and Air
Forte to raiSe,: train and equip
fOrces to be "thrned 'ever to uni unified'
fied' unified' field tothniiiida. The deld
commands .operate directly under
the Secretary of Defense through
the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Through long practice, Gen
Laurie Norstad, supreme Allied
commander and U.S. commander
in Europe,' has exercised rather
full authority over the land, see
and air fortes allocated to him.
His "operatiOnal" control seems
not-to have raised any controverSier-that
reached 'the public.
Norstad's is a newer concept,
embodying U.S.. and Canadian
forces. In effect, is makes up an
"Ameritan Theater,". of operations.,

Solottfiokises-i
Changes In
foreloti Aid PI 4n

WASHINGTON., MK) Rep.
WaYneVto, RaStl'Ititioi. key
memberof thellous 'Foreign At AtDire
Dire AtDire CoMMittet .yesterd.v propos
ed changes ,in President Eisennow
er's foreigts aid progrim calling
for an overall cut Of 300 million
dollars, L

Hays said he, would offer a' pro proposal
posal proposal for a half-billion dollar slash
in "'resident's request -for
militarttaki 4nd defense support
funds, espeCially for underdevel underdeveloped
oped underdeveloped 'countries. But he also will
urge 200-million-dollar increase
for .the'Development Loan Fundk.
Hays said 'he would offer the
proposals when the House com committee
mittee committee considers amendments to
the President's' $3,900,000,000 for foreign
eign foreign aid ,bill,possibly late this
week.
During hearings thus far on the
administration's proposals, Hays
has repeatedly questioned the
need for military assistance 'o
"dictatorships," especially in' Lat Latin
in Latin America.
He also has criticized giving
modern military eqiijpment to un underdeveloped
derdeveloped underdeveloped countries which
,"don't know how to use it and
don!t need it.' -
Hays' amendine'nts fall some somewhat
what somewhat in Ube with proposals by
Chairman J. William -leulbright
fp-Ark.) of he Senate Foreign
Relations- Committee. Fulbright
has introduced legislation that
would put much greater emphasis
on economic rather than military
aid. ,t,
Fulblight was in. touch with
Rep. Chester Bowlea;(1)-Conn.) in
drafting his -legislation. Bowles, a
former-US.-tmhassador to India,
is a member of the House Foreign
Afflirs CommiItee.
Bowles probably will propose an
amendment of his own to boost
Eisenhower's 700-million-dollar re repuest
puest repuest for the Drvelopmrnt Joan
Fond to one billion dollars,
The President has told Congress
he asked only for the "bare mini minimum"
mum" minimum" needed and that any sub.
stantist tut might- threaten the
security' fit the.P'ree Wart&
Former President Truman is
exii)ected voice strong suonort
'for the otorrein hen he wears
before the' noose' committer Tun Tundsy.
dsy. Tundsy. He was invited to testify by
Cherran Thoinss r. Morgan

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AVISKINGTON (UPI)Benators
in both parties praised the Senate Senateapproved
approved Senateapproved labor reform bill yeger
dar and a Republican, Sea; Ken Kenneth,
neth, Kenneth, B. Keating (N.Y.), warsed
"extremists" against forcing a
stalemate in the House.
The 'Kennedy Ervin BM ap approved
proved approved by the Senate a week ago
was a favorite topic on week-end
reports ,by senators to their con constituents.
stituents. constituents. Most of them- found it
less than perfect but a numbtr.
called it a big step towards ehec
ing racketeermg in labor-manage4
mpnt relations.
-Keating was a House member
last year when a labor reform
billapproved by the Senate died
in the House. Noting that the mat-'
ter was once again before the
House, Keating said:
"If there ever was a time to
rise above partisanship', to avoid 1
extremism and 'rule or ruin' at.
titude, that time is now."
Terming the Senate bill a
"sharp blow" against racketeer.
big. he urged all concerned. "and
I refer especially to the lobbyists
of bit labor and tbe lobbyists of
big business'," to keep in mind
that the important thing was to
get a law enacted. )
He said the question before the
nation was whether "gangsters
are going to take over the Amer American
ican American economy." 0
Sen. Mike Mansfield eMont.)
the assistant Senate Democratic
leader. also called the Senate
measure an "effective" reform
bill, and said be honed the House
would not delay action on it.
son. Alton J. Ellender (D-La.)
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NEW YORK, May 4 (UPI)They battled with
fists and beanballs in the Indians-Senators and Pirats-Cards
game yesterday, but the most damaging
blows of the day were struck by the bat of Charley
Maxwell in the Tigers' doubleheader sweep over the
floindering Yankees.

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' MRINVell, who owned an anemic
.136 btating average going into the
twin bill, tied a major league rec record
ord record by hitting home runs in four
consecutive times at bat to help
the beleaguered Tigers sink the
proud world champions, 4-2 and 8-
'2.
That made it nine setbacks in
their last 10 games for the Yan Yankees,
kees, Yankees, who are wallowing in their
lwoest estate in 19 years at this
stage of the American League
race,. The Yanks now are in sev sevonth
onth sevonth place with a 7-12 record.
Frank Lary, long a Yankee nem nemesis,
esis, nemesis, and Don Mossi each pitched
an eight-hitter to make it a happy
. managerial debut for Jimmy
Dykes. who replaced Bill NOrMan
after' Saturday's games. A delight delighted
ed delighted crowd of 43,438largest of the
, American League season thus far
turned out for the proceedings.
even.though the Tigers had lost 15
cif their first 17 games.
Maxwell drove in two runs with
a single and a homer in the open.
ing game. He hit 1,oma runs in
his first three times at bat in the
nightcap, knocking in six more
runs: The consecutive homer
, oat tied a record shared by such
' famed sluggers as Lou Gehrig,
'Jimmy Fort, Hank Greenberg,
'Ralph Rimer (twice) and Tad
Williams.
Manager Joe Gordon and Jim
Piersall of the Cleveland Indians
were banished from the opening
game of a twin bill after a near nearriot
riot nearriot was touched off by a brush brushback
back brushback pitch thrown by Pedro Ra Ramos
mos Ramos of the Washington Senators.
Ramos also was ejected for throw throwing
ing throwing a baseball at Gordon. The In Indians
dians Indians won the opener, 5-0, but lost
the second game, 3-1.
The Kansas City Athletics. beat
the Boston Red Sox, 7-3, and the
Baltimore Orioles defeated the
Chicago White Sox, 4-2, in 10 in innings
nings innings in American Leagrue single singlegames.
games. singlegames. In ithe National League, players
streamed on to the diamond twice
to "settle beanball disputes in involvtng
volvtng involvtng manager Solly Hemus of
the At. Louis Cardinals and pitch pitch.,
., pitch., er Bennie Daniels of the Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh Pirates Pittsburgh won the
first game, 4-3, in 10 innings; the
second gami was suspended be becaus
caus becaus of the Pennsylvania curfew
law ith the Cards ahead, 2-1, aft afti
i afti ,er 6 innings.
Lew Burdette ran his record to
t F-0 in pitching the Milwaukee
'Braves to a 9-4 victory over the
'San Francisco Giants; the Cincin Cincin,nati
,nati Cincin,nati Reds beat the Los Angeles
,Dodgers, 6-3, then lost the nightcap,;7-1;
and the Philadelphia Phil Phil,lies
,lies Phil,lies rallied to edge the Chicago
Cubt 5-4, after losing a 4-3 deci deci.1
.1 deci.1 Sion:. i
Pitrsall, "dusted off" by a Ra Ramos
mos Ramos s,pictit after Billy Martin bad
just itit a two-run homer, angrily
charged out to the mound, bat in
hand. Gordon joined the argument
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and said something that caused
Ramos to thraw a ball at him.
Both dugouts emptied and the
most serious casualty of the fist fistflying
flying fistflying that f Mowed was Washing Washington's
ton's Washington's J. W. Porter, who suffered
a 13-stitch spike wound. Washing Washington
ton Washington pitcher John Romonosky later
was fined $50 hy umpire Ed Hurley
for intentionally throwing at a hit hitter.
ter. hitter. The rhubard overshadowed Jim
(Mudcat) Grant's two-hit pitching
in the opener'. Washington scored
three unearned runs to beat comeback-bent
Mike Garcia in the
nightcap. Reliever Dick Hyde
saved the victory for Hal Griggs
after Rocky Colavito hit his sixth
homer in the ninth.
Daniels and Hemus had to be
restrained from throwing punch punches
es punches after the Cards' player-manager
was hit on the thigh by a
first-inning pitch. Another Dan Daniels
iels Daniels pitch "shaved" Sally in the
sixth and on the next serve the
bat flew out of his hands and in
the direction of the mound.
Both teams and Forbes Field po police
lice police rushed out on the field to re reverve
verve reverve order. but could not prevent
Larry Jackson of the Cards midi
coach Len Levy of the Pirates
from shoving each other around.
Bill Mazeroski's bages-loaded I
single in the 10th inning won the
opener for Pittsburgh, extending
reliever Elroy Face's record to
3-0.
Other Sunday highlights:
Hank Aaron hit two homers, a
slogle and a sacrifice fly for the
Brives to bring his major league leagueleading
leading leagueleading average to an even .500.
Frank Torre's three-run double off
Johnny Antonelli was the big blow
in a five-run fifth-inning Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee uprising.
Jerry Lynch's three-run ninth ninthinning
inning ninthinning homer won ,the openerfor
Cincinnati. Danny McDevitt scat scattered
tered scattered 10 hits to win the nightcap
for the Dodgers. Vada Pinson
reached base safely 12 straight
times in the three-game series be before
fore before McDevitt finally got him out.
Tenth-inning homers by Billy
Gardner and Chico Carrasquel
earned Baltimore its victory over
the White Sox.
Roger Maris and Bob Cerv bit
homers to help Ralph Terry of the
A's beat the Red Sox. Frank
Ma !zone hit a pair of Boston homers.

Giants Have Pitching
And An Old Problem

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By HARRY GRAYSON
PITTSBURGH (NEA) Last sea
son, when the San Francisco
Giants were the most spectacular
club in baseball hopping from
sixth place to third and remain remaining
ing remaining in contention until early Aug August,
ust, August, Bill Rigney had a strong
bench and little pitching.
"Right now," said the 24-houra-day
manager, barging into Pitts Pittsburgh's
burgh's Pittsburgh's Forbes Field on his club's
first eastern swing, "I'm not sure
which is best."
At the moment, Rigney misses
ballplayers everybody considered
expendable, notably Ray Jablon Jablonski
ski Jablonski and Whitey Lockman.
As pitchers in 1958, the Giants
started with Johnny Antonelli, Al
Worthington, young Mike McCor McCormick
mick McCormick and Ruben Gomez, had little
more beyond Ramon Monzant and
softballing Stu Miller. Antonelli
reported after an attack of virus
pneumonia which left him weak.
The Giants collapsed with the
pitching staff.
During the off-season Horace
Stoneham completed two of the
kind of deals which have kept
this solely dependable upon uponbaseball
baseball uponbaseball owner in business through
the yeaem. They brought Jack
Sanford from the Phi Nies and
Sam Jones from the tardina13,
giving the Giants pitching second
to none.
But the Giants remain stuk
with the ailment whidh has sty stymied
mied stymied them since their last pennant-winning
year, when Davey

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LEADING
HITTERS
(Basal on SO official at bats)
National League
G AB R H Pct.
Aaron, Mil. 17 72 18 36 .500
Burgess, Pitts. 16 50 6 21 .420
Pinson, Cinci. 19 78 20 31 .397
Bruton, Mil. 14 53 12 21 .396
Moon, L.A. 19 64 15 24 .375
Post, Phila. 16 M 10 22 .344
Banks, Chicago 20 76 12 26 .312
Temple, Cinci. 19 80 17 27 .338
Demeter, L.A. 19 75 17 25 .333
Alou, S.F. 17 69 9 23 .333
American League LeagueFox,
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Kuenn, Detroit 15 62 9 24 .387
Power. Cleve. 18 73 18 28 .384
Kaline, Detroit 19 80 6 29 .363
Runnels, Bos. 16 59 10 21, .356
Strickland, de. 18 62 12 22 .355
Bridges, Detroit 19 69 4 24 .348
House, K. City 17 M 11 22 .344
Tasby, Bath. 19 73 13 25 .342
Maris, K. City 19 74 15 25 .338
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs 24
Pinson, Reds 23
Robinson, Reds 23
Demeter Dodgers 22
Aaron, Braves 20
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19
Triandos, Orioles
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Killebrew. Senators
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Skowron, Yankees
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Lemon, Senators
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Cerv, Athletics
Home Runs
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Mathews, Braves 8
Aaron, Braves 8
Demeter. Dodgers 6
Banks, Cubs 6
Lynch. Reds 6
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators 7
Co lavito, Indians 6
Lemon. Senators 6
Yost, Tigers 6
Held, Indians 5
Maris, Athletics 5
Skowron, Yankees 5
Maxwell, Tigers 5
Triandos, Orioles 5
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(Based on 2 or more decisions)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W Pct.
Burdette, Braves 5 0 1.000
Klippstein, Dodgers 3 0 1.000
Face, Pirates 3 0 1.000
Haddix, Pirates 2 0 1.000
Anderson, Cubs 2 0 .1.000
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Delock, Red Sox 3 0 1.000
McLish, Indians 3 0 1.000
Wilhelm, Orioles 3 0 1.000
Fischer, Senators 2 0 1.000
Pappas, Orioles 2 0 1.000
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Williams' back started kicking up
beyond repair. Williams, you see,
was like Red Schoendienst. He
made a run-o'-mine shortstop who
coold hit, a fellow like Alvin Dark,
look good in the field.
The Giants' big mistake came
when Daryl Spencer came out of
Triple A labeled the minor leaguer
most likely to succeed. Instead of
ordering Dark to play third base,
where he belonged, Leo Durocher,
then manager, gave in to his best
all-round player and played Spenc Spencer
er Spencer all over the lot. Spencer woubd
up a puzzled young man.
Stoneham, unlike all other own
ers, runs the Giants. This year
the command was to deploy Andre
Rodgers, a six-foot-three, 189-
pound former cricket player, at
shortstop and switch Spencer, the
stylist there, to second base. Once
more the move resulted in utter
confusion.
Rigney was relieved when Rodg Rodgers
ers Rodgers bruised a thigh in a collision
with Don Drysdale of the Dodgers
at second base. That put the slick
fielding Ed Bressoud at shortstop
and helped the staggeing Spencer
at second base. Out of the three,
Rig hopes to wind op with a dou double
ble double play eombination.
110mnbem
Swinging East, the Giants had
gotten one hit out of 17 trips to
the plate by pinch-hitters. It is
here that Rig misses Jablonski,
who backed up Jim Davenport and
his questionable hitting at third
base, and Lockman, who filled in
all over the place.
Meanwhile Willie Kirkland and
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Horsemen Credit Shoemaker
For Tomy Lee's Derby liktory

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By RAY AYRES
LOUISVILLE, Dy. (UPI) The
riding skill which made Willie
Shoemaker the jockey champion
was credited by the horsemen at
Churchill Downs today for Tomy
Lee's victory in a rough and tum tumble
ble tumble Kentucky Derby.
"A very game horse won the
race and a hell of a jockey." said
trainer Elliott Burch of Brook Brookmeade
meade Brookmeade Stable, whose Sword
Dancer was nosed out of victory
in a furious and savage drive
through the length of the stretch.
"I don't mean to take anything
from Bill Boland. He rode a iood
race, too. He will be back up when
we take another shot at Tony
Lee in the Preakness," the 35-
year-old trainer added. Frank
Childs, more than double Burch's
age at 71 but also iif his iirst
Kentucky Derby, admitted frank frankly
ly frankly that Shoemaker made the dif difference.
ference. difference. The She Fits
"II 'Shoe' had switched the
Texas Lads
'Barna Aces
TUSCALOOSA, Ala (NEA)Af (NEA)After
ter (NEA)After the final spring intra squad
football game at Alabama, Bear
Bryant presented trophies to six
players, two juniors and tour so sophomores.
phomores. sophomores. Among those honored were a
pair of Tecans, Guard Don Par Parso,ns
so,ns Parso,ns of pring Branch and Half Halfback
back Halfback Leon Fuller of Nederland,
the latter a transfer from Tyler
Junior College.
Bryant, who made his bow as
the Crimson Tide's had man last
fall, formerly coached at Texas
A. and M.
WINNER RETURNS
SUMMIT, N. J. (NEA) Golfer
Jackie Pung, first winner of the
women's Triangle Round Robbin in
1953, will compete in the 1959 event
at Summit, June 3 to 7.
Leon Wagner, terrific young ktt
hand hitters, are confined to the
dugout by the outfited play of
Jackie Brandt, Willie Mays and
Felipe Alou. And even by this time
it is becoming plain that Kirkland
and Wagner can't hit a lick unless
used at least intermittently.
The bright idea would be to
swap Kirkland and maybe Wag Wagner,
ner, Wagner, too, for a second baseman,
but that also occurred to Stone Stoneham
ham Stoneham during the winter when he
fished for Johnny Temple of the
Reds and the Cardinals' Don Bla Blasingame.
singame. Blasingame. That would,, have given
the Giants a lead-off man, too.
Such a swap also would have
put Daryl Spencer back at short shortstop.
stop. shortstop. Had he anyone else for second
base, it is exceedingly doubtful
that even Horace Stoneham wotild
have objected to that, Andre Rod Rodgers
gers Rodgers or no Andre Rodgers
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other way he might have beaten
me, it was that close,'' Childs said
as he prepared to ship Tony Lee
to Baltimore for the Preakness on
May '16. "That tight inches sure.
made him a champion," he added.
First Landing and Royal Orbit,
third and fourth, also will run in
the second of the Triple Crown Crownclassics.
classics. Crownclassics. Moody Jolley, whose
Dunce finished seventh, summed
it up for all the other trainers
by saying, "if you don't get 'Shoe'
there's po sense of running."
Shoemaker had a Chance to ride
either Tomy Lee or Sword Danc Dancer
er Dancer and decided upon Tomy Lee
after the English-bred colt won
the Blue Grass Stakes.
And when Sword Dancer went
by Tomy Lee on the turn into the
stretch, Shoemaker was thinking
"I made a mistake," he said aft after
er after the race.
It was at the point that Boland
claimed Tomy Lee interfered with
Sword Dancer.
Films Not Conclusivo.
Unfortunately, the film patrol
'does not take a head-on shot of
that portion of the race track'.
But the films showed how Open
View' cut across the field at t'o
start, racked up three horses end
sent John Bruce almost to his
knees; they showed how Troilus
cut the first turn sharply anti
pinchen back Tomy Lee weaving
a bit on the brackstretch but
straightening out quickly; mid
they showea that furious stretch
battle in detail.
Sword Dancer hal passed Tomy
Lee as the field rounded the Mal
turn, but Tomy Lee, saving
ground on the inside, caught up
with him.
,
Tomy Lee drifted wide but did
not touch Sword Dince;.,,fle came
out again and hi thitt rival who
turnea a little side ways. The
stewards called it a "brusti s4
Neither horse slowed down
brdke ,stride but they lay up
gainst one another from there ollf:
Boland continued to whip right
handed.,:' I a split second Shoe-,
maker beat a steady tattoo on
'Tomy Lee's sweating hide, but his
blows iiere more difficult to count
since he also was striking Tomy
Lee on the shoulder.
"Pushed Him Home
,
"The Shoe always Saved sorne sornething
thing sornething in his horse for. the Light
finishes," every horseman will
tell you.
How clearly the pictures in
slow motion showed that. Six
strides from the vire, Sword Dan Dancer
cer Dancer was in front by the length of
his neck. Shoemaker slipped his
whip away and started to "push."
His powerful Arius, shoulders and
back worked in perfect rhythm
with his ,mount. With each lunge
Tomy Lee' gained slightly. Then
suddenly he was in front and un under
der under the wire safely.
Boland put up his vhip a little
later than Shoemaker and started
116 "pump" too. Sword Dancer
didn't-come on the way Tomy Lee
did.
"I don't think sny horse bother bothered
ed bothered the other too badly," Childs
said after he saw the lams.
, Burchkildn't agree. "Just above
the eighth pole he hit my bbrse
good," be mid. "Then they came
down together and I thought they
rah straight. You could see by
their strides that they were being
bothered.".
"Do you think the foul should
have .been allowed?" this report reporter
er reporter asked.
"I cant answer that, I ant not
astaward," ha repliatt.

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Preakness
For Girls
BALTIMORE (NEA) The Pow
der Puff Preakness will be run
tor the seventh time at Pimlico
on May 16.
It is Ale only regulation horse
race in the country for women
,jockeys.
The unique event is part of
an all day program of enLertain enLertainmem
mem enLertainmem preceding the.83rd running
of the $150,000 Preakness, middle
jewer in the Triple Crown.
Conditions call for a run of
five furlongs with a start from
the automatic gate. The film pa patrol,
trol, patrol, photo finish camera and tele teletimer
timer teletimer are in: utle, but the jockey
seales are not. A woman's weight
is her secret' on or off the track.
The race is open to three- year
olds and up (horses, that is) with
a purse of 5250 to the winning
owner, $259 and a trophy to the
winning jockey and special me mementos
mentos mementos to all of the other girls.
Dotii Balti Baltidmeoferei:tenid
dmeoferei:tenid Baltidmeoferei:tenid debutantantes and a 'secretary in
dthelgrh'i kof ertwbodua suegwh itve er ss :
the 1958 Powder Puff Preakness.
Golf insiders sitting on one of
the big' stories of, the year.
remarkable comebatk by a pro prominent
minent prominent pro after once being ruled
off the course for fibbing on his
scores. .and straightening him him,self
,self him,self out with the aid of psychia psychiatric
tric psychiatric treatmentand an imprond
game
You're going to heai 'more and
more blasts ,about the "major
league monopoly" from pitch re respected
spected respected baseball operators as
Atlanta's Earl Mann. .and Tom
Baird, whose Kassas City Mon Mon,archs
,archs Mon,archs were driven out of existence
,when the A's raised rental rates
on them.
The Dddgers can't understand
how the Cards gave up on Wally
Moon. .who's their most solid
outfilder now, incidentally, the
bush-browed gardener's full tag
is Wallace Wade Moon, after the
old Duke football coach.
!When the Yanks play the Red
Sox, Bobby Richardson and Don
Buddin have lots to chat about
.they're from the same neck
of the South Carolina woods and
have been playing aginst each oth other
er other since they were la.
.mulmr
, Who's afraid of Spahn and Bur Bur(tette,
(tette, Bur(tette, Not Gene Freese of the
Phi Is, who shrugs, ',41 must be hit hitting
ting hitting .500 against 1em".
,Liked the way Ingo Johansson
thought on feet when he said
he'd be polite and, go to Bean
London's comer to greet him in
Indianapolis despite past snubs.
and it writer asked, "Will you
pick him, off tho floor after the
fight,. too,". Answered Ingo,
"No, bis father will.".
Pitcher, WtIlard Schnildt of the
Reds explaining how things get
exaggerated- sines, bo, settled at
Norman, Oklb., hem of the Soon.
era: "They' bave ma living on an
Oklahoma ranch and a big buddy
of Bud Wilkinson and I'm suppos supposad
ad supposad not,to miss a football practice
in the fall. the ranch lo
90 by 50-4ectt, thatAs-- and I've
seen Oklahoma play only once in
five years and havo never been
to practice.".
What really led to Army's re
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Teams W L Pct. Gil
Milwaukee 10 6 .625
San Francisci 11 8 .579' Vs
Cincinnati 11 ,; ,-579
Los Angeles 12 9 .571 Vs
Chicago 10 10 .500 2
Pittsburgh it -t471
Philadelphia 8 10 .444 3
St. LOUIS 5 15 .250 1
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A'otlay's Games
Los Angeles at Milwaukee (N)
San Francisco at Cincinnati (N)
Chtcago It Pittsburgh (N)
Only games scheduled.
Yesterday's Results
San Frnacisco 200 100 100-4 6 2
Milwaukee 100 150 02x-9 13 0
Antonelli 0-2), Zanni, Worthing Worthington.
ton. Worthington. Shipley and Schmidt.
' Burdette (5-0) and Crandall.
(First Game)
Los Angeles 000 001 200-3 6 0
Cincinnati. 101 000 103-6 8 1
Williams, Drysdale, Labine (0-2)
and Roseboro.
Lawrence, Mahe (2-1) and Bai Bailey.
ley. Bailey. (Sacend Gams)
Los Angeles 100 103 002-7 9 1
Cincinnati 000 000 100-1 10 2
McDevitt (1-0) and Pignatano.
Nuxhall (1-1), Acker, Rudolph
and Dotterel
(First Game)
Chicago 002 010 001-4 10 1
Philadelphia 000 120 000-3 4 0
Drat, Buzhardt (1-2), Elston and
Neeman.
Short, Farrell (0-2) and Began.
(Second Game)
Chicago 100 012 000,---4 8 2
Philadelphia, 100 010 120-5 7 2
Drabowsky, Henry (2-1), Elston
and S. Taylor.
Gomez, Mayer (3-1) and Thom Thomas.
as. Thomas. (First Gams)
St. Louis 000 020 100 0-3 9 1
Pittsburgh 000 020 100 1-4 12 3
Jackson, Brosnan (0-2), Kellner,
Nunn and 'H. Smith.
Law, Face (3-0) and Burgess.
(Second Game)
St. Louis 020 000 0-2 3 0
Pittsburgh 000 010 ic-1 3 0
Blaylock and Green.
Daniel and Folks.
(Game suspended on account of
Sunday law in 7th. Will be cam.
plated Juno 2).
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Wally Moon
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site was Red Blaik's retiremest.
since it was Blaik mainly who
was disenchanted vrith playing in
the Big Town.
The penalty for achievement:
after Glen Robbie of the Cubs
pitched -a one-hitter in' the early
weeks of the season, reporters
swirled around him. ,TV came cameras
ras cameras closed in. 'vend after the
hub-bub was' concluded, the dress dressing
ing dressing roont was bare and SO was
Robbie, preparing to take a show shower.
er. shower. .but all die hot water was
used up: ;lie looked at the 'frigid
spray, muttered, "Guesi I'S
have to shower at, home.".
The Los Angeles Rims have
made a unique deal for their five
pre-season football exhibitions in
the Coliseum played on Sat.
urday night,' they'll be video videotaped
taped videotaped over s Tv station the lima
day: .the Rams won't collect a
cent of cash for it. but will get
00,000 worth of spot plugs spread
through the season.
When Texas sprinter Eddie South
em mounted the ',victory stand
,at the Drake. Relays, Mary Ann
Hirria,v the Relays queen, asked
him, "Were You the boy who call called
ed called me at one o'clock this mom momingt
ingt momingt Ile salt kis same was

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Teams. W L yet. GI
Cleveland 13' 5 .722
' 11 8 .579 24
Baltimore 11 379 21A
Kansas City 11 8 .579 212
Washington 11 10 .524 312
Boston 7 .438 5
Naw York 7 12 .368 612
Datrolt 4 15 .211 912
Today's Games
'Boston at Kansas City
Only game scheduled.
Yesterday's Results
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Washington 000 000 000-0 2 3
Cleveland 003 000 02x-5 8 0
Ramos (3-2), Romonosky, Kra.
lick and Porter, Fitzgerald.
Grant (1-0) and Nixon.
(Secind Game)
Washington 000 000 093-3 4
Cleveland 000 000 001-A-1 8 2
Griggs (1-0), Hyde and Fitzger
aid.
Garcia (0-1) and Nixon.

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( First Game)
New York 020 000 000-2 .8 0 ,--,
Detroit 111 000 10x-4 8 1
Turley (2-3). Larsen and Berra. t.4
Lary (2-2) and Berberet.
(Second Game)
New York 000 100 100-2 8 (I'
Detroit 400 300 10x-8 10 0
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Maas (1-2), ticks, Coates, Monroe
Rnd Howard
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Mossi (1-1) and Wilson.

Boston 010 101 000-3 3 2 :
Kansas City 103 021 00x-7 10 0
F. Sullivan (04), Fornieles, Kie Kiely
ly Kiely and White
Terry (2-2) and House.
Baltimore 000 001 010 2-4 10 0
Chicago 010 000 010 0-2 5 0
O'Dell, Loes (2-1) and Triandos
Ginsberg.
Donovan, Lown (14), Arias and
Lollar.

Richmdnd, Montreal
Doubleheader Wins

Tiohten 11 Standing
NEW YORK, May 4.(111-3T),,,,,.
Doubleheader victories by Web.,
im,eoenddaaanidn MtiolzhnttreenainIrnshteerdianytersnuac:
tional Leaeue stendingq to P nohlt nohltwhere
where nohltwhere seventh place is only 212-:
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gareel from the top.
Richmond downed Rochester, 3- ,,-
1 Pnd 1-2. to move into R !meow'
r,IRee lie with Toronto 1-14 c"'"e "":
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roeordo lar41-31,-
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non mparoy pnd 'Rabe 1,11,,rer
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coPOn4 homer of thP vpqr nrntriA,A
Porlq' moroin viotow, itt
'he oneoor. Rroctrav rAiRect hi.; T."-
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9,to'ingt two qottlookg,,
Toronto heet Miqi 7-4. in the
nnoner of their win F411 And wore
1,Nlint 4-0. in the niehtenn
epino ivrnq glIgnPntInd tit the enct a,"
of fhP sixth inning because of a
curfew.

Homers by Frank tterretal nni
T,Roel,rn Poh More, nA,,Art
bp pATPIn M A 7-S VPrell"t 4
rivpr the Columbus Jets in a sinelel.::;
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Southern." Eddie yrinned
entivalv. "I've got a wife owl cix
kids back luime, nro-- ce T
have been me." The six kids
were en ex,qaeration
Can't think of a more colorfully
named runner than Nebrylka's
miler. Jne American Horse. .whoge m
etrAndfnth,.t was R thief of the :
c;o-- And, rinnor btot it. Set 'bee I
tn gittine Pull. at the battle of :
Lille Rio Horn.
Between you'n'me, the feud an- :
narentiv has been healed betwoen
one of the distance running im- :
portees to this country and his t
college coach. who's trying to ;
forget the coke bottle the tempe temperamental
ramental temperamental miler threw at him last :
year.

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for the Allstars, Thee were sup,
plied by' a 'single from" Gulernieri
and a two bagger ipy Hendrickoft,
One a single by Richardson in' the
third three runs scored bringing
the Mister total to six-,,
The fourth was the' biggest. in inning
ning inning yet for, the Misters who got
splendid support ,ijorae, tt,,tintS
of Holleft, and Hendrickson' with
doubles and a single by. Stabler
for a grand total of nice runs.
st4The Panama Insorance teem did'
ffot show'until the fifth when they
exploded with. three singles off
the bats' ,of De La Garza, Fuller Fullerton
ton Fullerton aft Epperson for, two rims. The
Insurance, team held. the Misters
to only one rutt which was scored
by Bradley on a steal. In .the sixth
Richardson slammed a triple or
the Allstars scoring two more
rims., Panama Insurance gathered
two runs, too, on singles by Spenc Spencer,
er, Spencer, Fullerton and Epoerson, bring bringing
ing bringing their game total to four.
Leading.. hitters for the Allstrs
were Hendrickson, Jdyner, Lloyd
and Richardson, 2 for 2, and Hollen
3 for 3. Star batters for Panama
Insurance were Fullerton and Ap,
person 4 for ,L
The All. Star Team included
boys from the following teams"
'Fidanque Travels, Pan Am Jets.
Grace Line. Tastee Frees, and
Blue Star Milk.

Al !stars Again Beat
Panama Insurance 14
In the second game ef the Minor
League Series, Panaina Insurance
got the jump on the Allstars when
Dehlinger's single pushed two
rum-across the plate in tht. first
trilfaeg and then hold the Allstars
scoreless their time at bat. But
the Allstars showed their 'power
by driving lour runs in on three
singles by Randall, Hendrickson
, and Ostenso in the second inning
and not allowing the Insurance
team to score again until the
sixth.
In the third, the Misters scored
two more runs n four singles.

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M1TEY SWINCaStivie Gorman, 5t fotils this pitch pi!
while seemingly losing Ms pants in taking b. man-sized swmg
at Mill Valley, Calif. Midget and Little League teams began
spring practice with tho opening of organized. baseball season,

Mini)r) LeagLie All-Stars Win'

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The first game et a three game- with a double put tOgether two
series to be played between the, runs for the. Allstars in the next
eliainPionship -Panama Insurance, inning, bringing up,the fifth, which
team' and an Allstar team' ceirt, was the last' 'Scoring ,inning for
prised of members of all the other these hard hitting'boys. Hendrick HendrickMinor
Minor HendrickMinor League teams, got under son, Richardson, and Randall, all
way last Monday at. the Pacific with singles and a nice triple by
Little: League ball park. Joyner supplied the two final runs
,,, and brought the game total to 1
The Allstare began the scoring for the Allstars.
with one run in the brit on a In the top of, the sixtb, Panama
double by HendriCkson end a sin- Insurance, uheble to score since
gle by Douglas. The second inning the first, came fighting back with
saw two more runs ,en the board similes ,bst Deja Gam and Ep Epfoe
foe Epfoe the Allstars, 'These were sup, 0
person, and a double by Fuller Fullerplied
plied Fullerplied by'a iingle' from" Guiernied ton adding to runs to their ,tellY,
and a two bagger lpy Hendrickon. for a total of loue,for .the game.
One a single by Richardson in' the .,The leadinehitei for' Insurance
third three runs scored bringing was Spencer ?with ,4 for 4. For
the Mister Wel to six.-
,, the Allstarc Randall was 4 for 4,
,- Lloyd 3 for 3,. Richardson '3 for 3,
The fotirth was the' biggest. in- and Pruitt 2 for 2.
tang yet for, the Misters who got . .
splendid sapport ,f;Onte,timollats '0,1' Panamo inatirance EWA
of "Igen, and Hendrickson' with Ailtars 104

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The third and final gameeet the
1959 Minor League Series saw
Panama Insurance winby a sub substantital
stantital substantital margin after being den
feated the first two games by the
Minor League Allstars.
, The Insurance niW,I,W4asted no
time in nutting oruns,p,n,the sore soreboard.
board. soreboard. Fullerton, Zpperson, and
Rodriguez got the team moving
with doubles to drive in four runs
in the first inning. The Allstars,
not to be outdone ,by the ,Insur ,Insuranee
anee ,Insuranee team, sent eight men to the
plate in the same:inning to Roil
four runs, too, and t'e un the
game. Thl,vwas done with the
bein of singles Joyner, and
Hollen. 4-,

In the-second, Dehlinger, Fitt Iler Ilerton
ton Ilerton and De La Garza colllected
doubles' push four, more runs
in for Panama Insurance. This
inning saw the Allstars add three
to their total as Guiernieri singled
and Hendrickson.., came., through
with a triole.AhlitAtak all, the
Insurance tea the
Allstars as they,,Ai hot -score a again
gain again in the gattat.nti-4 '; .s
Panama Insurance bad ItOltie,
claw get to first' on an' error' to
open the third. Fe was Moved- a around
round around the bases by, a 88cAfice fly
snd scored on'a single by De La
Garza. In the fourth fullerton re received
ceived received a,,walk and single bv,
Epperson'Ibrought, iticteam total
runs totten.
Although,. leer, Kaltle grit five
and 8 halt Inningli- runr were
scored after, the fourth,, Fullerton
was the leading bsttr for Pa Panama
nama Panama Insursztee with A lor 3, RH
Douglas and ,Joyner. led the ,All

Lloyd with a single and Pruitt 'stars with 2 for 2,
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Standings. :
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Toansi )1' to Pit.th
Fastlich 1 N 4 1) 4000 .0
Atlantic '2 2 .500 '2;
Curundu 1 '1 '4.333'.2,. 212
Armed Forces., 0 Ili 000-112
Curodu telin veined-their
first win of the present 12 game
V.F.W. Teener series at ;airman
Field when they beat the .Armed
Forces, to 4.
,Mac Lane, the Malneht oar;
received credit tor, the win al although
though although he was lifted, in: the', fifth
for Bacot' who "itched seoreless
ban for the last innfngs::4,i,
,:t
Hall the Arnted Foveae stater,
gave up 5 runt, on' 5 bite' ,in.
innings and was ,tagged 1or 'the
loss. ,,, 4
The Armed' Forces'. Jed; 2 ,10 1
in the first inning ,on' elegies by
Cage and Peterson, bu1' lost Ihe
lead in the third when, Curundu,
tallied 4 times on siligles by Tretd,
way. Metcalf, Underwood eft ,G4,,
rardi.
The Armed Forces added In
the fourth onoingles Culberson
and Arreguin. runowlu came u0
with 2 more in the fifth oirUndeet
woods. seco'nd hit batters
and 2 walks. ,,1
Ball and Hill, .,-ArtiietV' Ferigg
hurlers, Ditched geed enough, bell
to win but, could not', overtome
their team mates 0 errors"' in the
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ARMED ,PORCES 1

Smith. 313
Franklin. rf
Culberaon, 2b
lf
Self, cf
Peterson, lb
Arreguin,
Swanson, 3b-rf
Alle6rs, ss
Hibbb, ss
Hall, p
p
Total

Zent, 2b
Treadway, 3b
Frangioni,
Metcalf, ss
Underwood, lb
Manning;' rf
Hunter. rf
Gerardi, cf
Pia la, cf
Mac Lane p
Reyes, lf
Bacot, lf-p
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BB: Mote Lane.2, Hall. 3, Bit.
cot 0, Hill 8. S.0:: h4o
Bacot L Hall 1, HilL ,Oft: Msc
Lane, 4 runs, 4 hits 4 innings.
Off: Bacot. 0 runs. 2 hits, ,3 in.
nnings. Off: Hall. 5 runs, Chits,
3 innings. Off: Hill, 2 runs. 1 hit,
3' innings. Umoires: Seigliane,
Nes.s Sr. Scorer. Dobson.

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The Ladies' Handiap Tourna
ment at Tort Amador goetinto
the final round this week With'
Connie ,Bishop and Helen -Owens 1
playing each other for the cham,1
Monshin and B. J. ,Nelson and
Eve Monteath clashing for the
runnerup ,honorsi ,-
The consolidation flight goes
tn the semifinals this ,week With
tho following Pairings:
Ethel Parent's. vs Pearl Tilm
Babble Hughes 'vs moy Pelson.'
Ladle Day this" week Will he
chsoged from Thursday,' May 7;
to Tuesda, May (this week on onI.7)
I.7) onI.7)
In last Thursday's. tournament,
Ethel Perantie shot it 76 foriow
gross' b the first -flight, low'
net, Pearl 'rem came in first with
a 67. Helen Stempel was second
with a 66 and Bev Dilfer third
with at,74.,'
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in the second Nell
Humphreyt had a, lw net of 61
for first place. 11;,I. Nelson, Eva
Badger and Kay 'Ilene all tied
for second with -a 69.
Helen Owens Won the,loW Putts
for the. day.

Sports Briefs

TRACK, MIST ON rt
NEW 'YORK 0171)''...' Several
events of the track
Onals will be' televioed nadonally
Sunday, july, Outstanding
American athletes 'will compete
against the Soviets 'in a' two day
meet at Philadelphet's Franklin
Field, July 111-1143', 2
loltebW slain! Cards
ST. LOUIS, WPIIThe St'' tow'
Is Cardinals announced, Thuradv
that pitcher Moroni Cheney. will
rejoin tho team MityOron fermi.
nal leave froe,.Fort: McPherson,
Ga. Chen, who had at 4,1 mark
with the ftedbirds ,19157,- Will
receive his permane1C diachage

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Cline-ad colt Quiilico yesterday. af afternoon'
ternoon' afternoon' added", the' $15,000 adde4
President of the' Republid Classic
to 4 bisstrint of ,,,.s lOcel thISSiC
tritimphit whet he beld- on gamely'
in, a hard drive rlostri- the home-1
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41 etch, to Score hi.,threekluerters
kit-Jength over, newcomer Bueni
can II; h "',, ...i'' I
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Santillan -rnished third, Siete Y
Medio,..lourtb, El Tunchi fifth, Mi
Deseo sixth, 'dem seventh and Fa Farallon'
rallon' Farallon' last.P'The winner paid $5
'straight and $3A0 place. The Quidico-Buen
Mozo II one-two return returned
ed returned $15,, ' 7
co, kept In closest pursuit
of pacesetting Santillan to the
mil bend where he'forged 'to the
front, opened. a two-length lead
then held on iamely in the final
sitteenth when Buen Mozo II came
thundering down Abe homestretch
to miss by three parts of a
length. Santillan Was five lengths
back hi third place and five
lengths behind was Siete I Medio.
Quidico. justified the pin'. nigirs'
faithin him. He went off the mu.
tuels choice with a total of $2,475
bet Oft hinf to Win. Siete, Medi
watt the second choice with, $1,480
and Euen Moze II the third choice
with $1,407. Next came Mi Deseo
$782; Santillan $738, El Tuincht
260, 026 and. Farallon ,S25A.
A total of 7,985 was bet on the
streight pool.
Jose MO gave Quidico a splen
did ride. Fre bided his time while
keeping his mount closc to the
leader without Using him up. When
Buen Mozo II challenged, Uncle
was much more effective on his
mount than Ruben Sasquea and it
wek,evident that the grey coated
Uruguayan horse was the strong.
est racer at the finish of the gruel gruelling'
ling' gruelling' test.

Ruben Vasquez, who rode Buen
Mozo II, was well placed most of
the distance but seemed uncertain
of when to make his move. When
finallY did it was too, late.
,I.The time for the 13 furbmga was
IC ereDiable 2:43 over sloW
traek.;This was only one and one onefifth
fifth onefifth seconds ott Perdulatio's track
record,, set last year.
Sandino Hernandez al the
day's saddle star with five victo victories
ries victories in six tries. He; was third
with Granadero, his only loser. He
won with Latino, Rhea Calls and
King Size in,the first three rtces

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HOW C011Etnwhat td
slier do to serve won asks
Sam Snead At he misses a
putt Thir Slimmer is 'point,.
ing tor anothes, track at the
United States Open Champion.
ship at Winged Toot, June
11-14, when be can't afford
rto do too much of this.

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. Carin Cone, Sylvia Ruuska,- M!ss Cone repeated in the
:loco and 209-yerd 'backstroke in the lqational Indoor Chanfpionships at West Palm Beach.
,,:Miss Ruuska did likewist'in 'the 400-yard medle' y kstablishing a neviAmerican record, 4:58.2
;:,ttiss Stohs am. real in ,the ?0Okyackfrt,e Azle, lAlis's Ordogh topped the 250-yard breaststroke:

fourth then came back to take the
fifth aboard So lito and the sixth
with Crews Hill then rested up till
the ,niglitcap on Gtanadero.
, .4 1,,
The Idluidends:
FIRST
1.1.; tathici $13.20, Sq20
2o,- Pepin 1.40
' SECOND RACE
low, Rhea Calls $5.40, $3.40
Licenciadd $5.60
First Double: 35.60

, THIRD RACE
Xing Size $4,20, $2.00;
2. Charlie Grant's M2.0
FOURTH RAC E
1. Black Bee $21.80, MAO
2. Daniel'M
Quinie $27.60
FIFTH RACE
,Solito $10. M.40
12, $2.80

r0700
3700
3701

0100 I 156.00
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41117 104.00
418A 104.00

SILOS 17011
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ISSAS 8702
130.00 S703
S 1

$
260.00 3700
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13040 3704
130.00 3705

SIXTH RAC E
1. Crewa Hill $5.80, $3
2, Zapaton $2.60
,
SEVENTH RACE
1. Xistu llari $10.80, $5.60
Tatin $4.40
Setond Double: $60.80
,
EIGHTH RACE
1. Thunderstreak $7.60, $3
2. Victoria Regina 12.60
Quin!' le: $9.80

NINTH RACE

1. Outs:lien $5, 53.40
2. Buen Mom II A540
Ono-Two: $15.80-
TENTH RACE
Evening Star $4.20, $2.80
2. Bongaros $3.20
ELEVENTH RACE
Deauville $4.40, $3.40
Gouvarnani S5
OnoTwo: ,$3080

'First Prize
Second Prize
Third Prize

I

260.00

130.011

130.00

8
1196 136.00 .2196 156.48 3196
4100 104.04 4101 144.00 4193
4194 104.40 4192 184.44 4194

4109 200.00

3706 136.00
3707 130.00

NOTE. nu, winning ticketa with the last cipher and with the two last
,ciphers apply only to the First
The first Prize and the 2nd and trot Prizes are drawn separately. The op
proximations are calculated on the first. Second and Thtrd prizes in case
a Select should carry the numbers ot each prize. the holder ht entitled to
Payrtwint tor each,

DOAVIING OF THE 3 STRIKES

Sunday, May 3, 1959
, Drawing Number 798
Fraction Ticket
,Firit Prize. 12 $1100 S220.00
'Second Prize 09 3.00 60.00
N
Third Prize 96 ;' 2.00 40.00
I

To' Defeat Mims
Viednesdaitilijght

NEW YORK (UM-- Soo Gin
dello of Brooklyn is favored at 7-5
to beat Mims,of Washmg Washmgton,
ton, Washmgton, D.C.e ill 4' their; middleweight
contenders' figIt at Washington's
Capitol Arena Wednesday night.
Their 10-rounder- will be tele televised
vised televised nationally by ABC.
Friday night's TV-radio (NBC)
10-rounder brings together welter welterweight
weight welterweight contenders -Gaspar Ortega
of Mexico and ,Rudell Stitch of
Louisville, Ky., at the Syracuse
(N.Y.) Auditorium.
Ortega is favored at 6-5 for this
return bout. He won a split dc
cisibn over Stitch by a single-point
margin at Madison Square Gar Garden,
den, Garden, Feb. 5.
Forthe Wednesday bout, Giar Giardello
dello Giardello is favored because of h i s
harder punch. Each was beaten
in his last start, .Glardello by
Ralph (Tiger) Jones, and Mims
by Bobby Boyd.

57011 26006

3703 130.00
3710 lao.00

CHS Tops BHS
in Basketball

The Cristobal Tigers came to
Balboa Gym Thursday night and
fought their way to 43-35 win over
the BHS cagers. The game ivaa
rather close until the final min minutes
utes minutes of play when the fast passing
boys from the Atlantic side broke
a late game tie and spurted ahead
to a comfortable lettd and the
game.
For the Tigers, Kulig racked
up tilt most points for his own
team with a total of Lem Kirk Kirkland
land Kirkland of Balboa had 13 for the
cause, but it was not enough to
ston the efforts of the Blue and
Gold.
This represents the first win of
the season for Cristobal, end if
they contitue inurovetas they
have beett- they could still be a
threat in th short season, and al algo
go algo in the J.C. Tournament which
betting on Mav 14.
In a preliminary J.V. game
Thursday. Balboa eaked out a
low scoring 20-17 victory over the
CHS Junior Division. Eagan of
Balboa accounted for 10 of his
teamg points, while Wain was
high for his- SIAM With
, k

PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
Complete Prize-winning, 1:iluilibep in the Ordinary prawAng ,No.sp195 May 3, 1950.
The whole ticket has 52 pieces which comprises the tire series "A" and

9912
3709
4196

Approximitions Derived From First Prize

Approximations Derived From Second Prize

0
6700 268.00

3111 13o.no
3713 13000

Approximations Derived From Third Prize

0
7700 200.00

3713 134.00
3714 130.04

0 0
156.00 5196 .10 I 6106 156.00 1 111M 151.06

104.00 1 4195 104.40 I 4109 104.110 I 4200 704.00
104.00 I 4197 104.00 4199 104.00 4201 104.00

PRIZES ARS PAID WITHOUT DISCOUNTS OR TAXES

College, BHS --
44 ""
111
Meet For
Time Tonight

Jtutior College and Balboa High
School will meet tor the third and
final time this. year in interscho- "-
lastio basketball competidoo.
The College boys took over the
High School five in their first lieer-1,:
contests, so the latter outfits.t'
should be desperate to save some something
thing something for the season.
On the other hand, tfie
green will be giving away no-
thing for they are well on their
way to an undefeated season. 4',,11
They have taken four in a row la 47-
as Many tries asd have aiready
wrapped up the champlonshie.
Tom Cunningham and tem
Kirkland of BHS are good enough 1
shooters to accumulate a win winning
ning winning score but only if the
school ean control the ball to a :;..t
greater extent than they have ia'4,4;Q,
the past. John Morris will do, his,111'
share of ball stealing, but queoana
tion is wheter .or not the Bullogiv)A1
can get anything on the rebound. '617.'

Junior 'College will continue to
use the winning combination of
Alexander and Alexander, Doi;
outside and Gary under the bay
ket. Gary recently earned ft olt
honor of being chosen most out-. rps
standing player in A Pine against .t..t
Cristobal High. He will be out,AO,
live vp to his already excellent re- v.
putation, and will be hard tO,
stop.
'rhe first game will begin, at,
1:15 tonight in Balboa Gym when.
the two Junior Varsity teams bat-,:.
tle to brijk a tie of one win each,,,,,
The Varilty game will starr
bout 8:00 p.m. 701414
Starting Lineups .n
College D. Alexander, G. Al-t,,
exander. B. Gibson, B. Spurlockiiii
and R. Mead.
BHS L. Kirkland, Morris, G..
Ness, T. Cunningham, and 1);
Pajak. .31two
, --
itarnambor the Junior Collage -e,eAi
Invitational laskatball Tournos
. rnant May 14, IS, IC soot
mot(
.

OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE

529000.00
$ 15,600.00
$i 7,800.00

8 S
8709 260.08 I 97011 268.88

3715 138.08
3718 130.80

Signed by: The Governor of the Province of Panama ALBERTO ALEMAN
The Representative of the Treasury. JAIME DE LA GUARDIA JR.
WITNESSES: Francisco Herrera 11.--Ced. 47-3656S JULIO VALDES D.
Leandro Hernandez F.Ced. 47-22301 Notary Public. Panama

PACO SEVIN

R196 156.00 9196
-
4202 104.00 4204
4203 104.00 4205

tv

en

3717 1311.08
3718 136.08

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IMAM
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MAO
11141.N

Prize-winning Numbers of yesterdalos Lottery Drawing were sold at: The lst. Colon, 2nd. Panama and 3rd. in Colon.
, ...
The Nine Hundred whole tickets ending in 2 and not incl uded In the above list win Pitts Two Dollars 352.00) each
The whole ticket has fifty-two pieces whith comprises the two series "A" & "B"

JULIO VALDES D. PABLO A. PINEL BE ,,,,1
4
otary Public, Panama Secretary I,
4
............i., ,40
The prises will be paid in accordance with tho Offidal List of rename 121 A 3
the offices of the National Beoeficient Lottery situated on Central A I
PLAN OF ORDINARY DRAWING No. Vol WHICH WILL ili
TAKE PLACE SUNDAY MAY 10. 1959 Ro

The prizes will be paid in accordance with tho Official List of Panami
the offices of the National Beseficient Lottery situated on Central A .0

TAKE PLACE SUNDAY, MAY 10, 1959
Divided In two gerlea of 28 fractiona each denominated "A" and "B"

rutsT PRIZ6
I First Prize. Series A and R. of $26.000.00 each series
Second Prize, Series A and B. of 7.800.00 each series
I Third Prize. Sertm3 end 13, of 33100 00 each terisa
111 Approximations, Series A end B. of 260.00 each aeries
9 Prizes, Series A and 11. of 1.300.00 each gerlea
00 Prizes. Series A and R, of 713 00 each flea
900 Prizes. Series A and B. of 26.00 each series
" SECOND PRIZE
IS Approximations. Series A and B. S 65.00 each wisp
3 Prize. Seriee4A and, a, of 130.00 each aerial'
, THIRD PRIZE
Approximatidhs, Siiiee A and R. of 52.00 each serieA
Prizes. Serie A and R. of 71400 each serlos
1074 Prises Total

Price of a whale ticket $26.00
Price of a' 52nd part 0.50

4
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)00.00 each series $52,000 001' t
Ro0.00 each eerie 115,600.00q:
ROO 00 esch aeries 7.8000
260.00 each series 0.360.00
300.00 each eerie, 28,400.00.1.-
7a 00 each gerlea 14.04o.on
26.00 each MOTION 46400.00
65.00 eath Rehm $ 2,840.00 0,,
I30.00 each aerie, 2.340.00

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711.00 each aorlot,, ,M04.00, ,,,
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' $ t 1 $ 1 1 1 1 11 1
No. Prizes No. prizes No. Prises No. Prises No, Prizes No. Prizes No. Prizes No. Prizes 1 No. Prises No. Prizes
0012 156.00 1011 itscoo 2011 156.00 3012 156.00 4012 156.00 3012 156.00 6012 156.00 7012 156.00 6012 136.00 9012 156.00
0112 100-00 1112 156.00 2112 156.00 3111 156.00 4112 15610 5111 15C.00 6111 156.00 7112 156.00 6112 136.01 1112 156,11
1212 156.01 1212 156.00 2212 156.00 1 3112 156.00 4212 156.00 5212 156.01 6212 158.01 7211 156.01 8112 158.01 1112 1511.11
312 15811 1312 150.00 2312 156.00 3312 15con 4312 156.00 5312 156.11 6312 156.00 7312 151.11 8312 131.01 9312 13190
1411 151.00 11412 156.10 2412 156.00 3412 156.01 4412 156.00 5412 I, 156.10 6411 ., 115999' 7412 156.00 1412 156.00 1412 15640
0512, 15000 1'1512 156,nn 2512 tisti.06 3512 150 4512 156.00 5512, 156.10 6512'. 0640. 7512 156.00 8512 156.00 1312 151.11
1612 156.00 1 1612 158.11 2012 158.00 2612 151.01 4612 156.00 5612' 156.11 6612 156.00 7611 156.00 1611 136.00 1612 156.01
0711 156.10 17j2 158.11 2712 156.11 3712 156.11 1 4712 136.01 5712 156.00 6711 156.10 7712 156.10 8712 156.00 9712 151.01
112 156.10 1 1112 111.00 4812 IMO 1 312 156.10 4112 156.01 51112 156.00 612 158.01 7812 156.01 112 IMMO 1112 151.11
0912 2,601.10 1112 2,600.00 2912 2,600.00 3912 2,610.00 4912 2,600M 5912 2,600.00 1912 3,600.10 7912 2,601.00 8912 2,600.00 9912 52,109.10

I i S S 9 9 S 11 i
9903 520.00 I 9905 520.00 I 9907 520.60 1 9909 520.00 I 9911 520.00 I 9914 520.00 9911 520.00 1 9911 520.00 1 9920 521.00
9904 520.0a 9900 520.00 0909 520.00 9910 520.00 0913 520.00 9915 520.00 9917 520.00 9910 520.00 9921 5211.10
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',, Washmg',, cause -.-0 Aossi ,
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settudoolorwinColimeegeet atonrd thBoalbothiradHisgbod ?;.:,,,,.,;i-,
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. Their 10-rounder- will be tele tele.
. tele. , ,,, -,:,,,-....,;,,,,i,-, --',,,,,,,; f.,..."1 ;'. 1 ,. ,
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timbaeskthietahaYllearcoinmpeintiterdosuch.. -1;,'.''.
, - Standings. ,,,.i-,',,1 ,
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should be desperate to save some- 1
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Curundu ; i ., 1 1 s-333,- 12 ,
at 6-5 for this
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,: : : ::43-;-: 3:,: :i;:::.:; ."4 return bout. He won a split dc thing for the season, .,..
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-,4twani den, Feb. 5. green will be giving away no., 4 ,
V,F.W. Teener series at Jarman ,. ii:.,...,:..i.,.......aa..'aJ.,..,',4 ? ., , .. ,,,,,,,,,,,,..
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' - Forces, 7 to 4. '" ' - t- WONDERFUL WATERBABIESThe'OUtdoor,liationals at Redding, Calif.,' July 15-'17,
,. ,,'; "',.' -1.' 'la the nett -big stop for this, country's foremost Women swimmers. ,- They are, left to right For' the Wednesday bout, Glatt. way to an undefeated season; ''':1,",,,
, -..., .,i ,Mac Lane, the an'Ina it. ar, -',' carin Cone, Sylvia Ituuska,-: Shirley, Stobs, and Susie Ordogh. Miss Cone repeated in the dello is favored because of h i s They have taken four in a row' in '54. ,,
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received credit for me .win al- .f. ,',.-100 and 200-yord 'backstroke in the National ,Indoor Championships at West Palm Beach. harder punch. Each was beaten as Many tries asd have aiready ,-;,.''.
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Ralph (Tiger) Jones, and Mims '- ',let!)
. for Bacot 'who "itched srertsii ; ,i''''?' Miss' StoPt scored, in ,"the 100,,Yard,frto Ilk, .Misx Ordogh topped the 250-yard breaststroke.
.,, ball for the jast Inhfolpi:'1i'; -1:,:.' ''''' ( i b ,, , , s ,, : by Bobby Boyd. Tom 1 Cunningham and tini I'll'
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, -; 4.- shooters to accumulate a win- "1
sneinhgools7arne bcounttroollythief
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person 4 for ,L
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iuidico yesterday. af- lourth then came b:
en $15,000 added filth ;aboard Solito
the' RepubliC Classic with Crews Hill the
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El Tunchi fifth, Mi low, Rhea Calls $5.4
em seventh and Fa- Licenciade $5.8
rhe winner paid $5 First Doubl
PAO place. The Qui- 1,
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2. Charlie Grant't
It in closest pursuit
Santillan to the FOURTH
re he'forged 'to the
a two-length lead Black Bee $211
iamely in the final 2. Daniel 13
Buen Mozo II came Dulniele
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three parts of a F I FTH
tee was five lengths ,Solito $10. $3..
I place and five 2,-- Xosiltito, 92.80
d was Siete I
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s win. Siete. y Medic, OFFICIA
nd choice with, $1,480
z II the third choice
qext came Mi Deseo
n $738, El Ttunchl 1 C
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gave Quidico a splea,
bided his time while
M01111t, close, to the
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oit Perdulatio's track 0912 2,800.00
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$26.00
' EARTHA valor SAMMY DAVIS, Jr., nal leave :roe.. Port McPherson, United States Open Chsunplon
ANNA LUCASTA' Ga. Chen', who had an 0,1 mark ahip at Winged Toot, June
with the itedbirds ity1957, will 11-11,' when he can't afford
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rates. Phone Balboa IS66. most throw bedrooms, two bath bath,
, bath, rooms, maid's room, wash tab 4-door Haan, vor good condi condition
tion condition Can arrange terms: 0599-A right 'mesa 2 years old $321. : Villida-a.bod" -sofa la -Atacama., -:.?. motion. lo the Sacra tlipddrtiass ,,,-, : , . ,' ,, -,';:, ..' .,-- ,,,,,,,,: : ,. -7,-, -.,..i,
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PHILLIPS woods Cottaois
Santa Clara IL do P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1 877 Cristobal 3-1 67 3.
Vacation in historic Pennsylva Pennsylvania
nia Pennsylvania large dairy farm, modern
it nce, one half hour
from Gettysburg. Four hours
from New York $37.50 a
week. Adults family rates on
request. Kayelee Farm, Wells Wellsville,
ville, Wellsville, Pa.
Houses
VACATION NOUSE in La Cres Crests
ts Crests all rooms air conditionsd.
From Miff 5th to luly 5th.
Wonderful view grounds, etc.
Cali 3-1813 before 8:00 a.m.
or after 5:00 p.m. For right
couple only.
FOR RENT: Furnished Pent Penthouse
house Penthouse 3 bedroom, 3 bath room,
...employer room, air conditioned.
Ave. lusto Arosemena 31-44.
FOR REENT: Completely
modem furnished three bed bed.
. bed. teem house, two bath rooms,
;,64 garage. Tel. 3-2147, San Frano-
disco, 97th Street East No. 18
$175.00.
FOR RENT:--Furnished
bedrooms chalet, livingroom, din dinIngram,
Ingram, dinIngram, kitchen, garage, two
bathrooms, maid's room, porch,
garden. Residential sone El Car Carmen.
men. Carmen. lst. Ave. No. SS Tel. 3-
6070.
FOR RENT:Vacation quarters
0420-1 Amon, 3 bedreqm fur fursighed.
sighed. fursighed. 4th May thru 20 Dec December.
ember. December. Phone 2-3651.

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PHILLIPS Otooaskto Consigns I garage, hot water, S150.00. pavane btritet, AnCOR.
"Olga Building," Eutobio A. Balboa 2-2744 or 2-6362. I 8:00 a.m. or aft., 5.00
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I FOR SALLRefrigerator' $90, Nog, gewags, wow gnaw and Ill -110116,111 11 t,
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Vacation roVacation in historic Peonsylva- Morales A El Cangreio
Enquire apartment No. 2,
Commander, nOW .tires, MIOW VIfreezer top, $130.00, boys Nacuum cleaner, 548; 9n112 P111 --
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saloa 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1873. FOR SA:LE: 1948 Studebaker FOR SALE: Serial flectsie doublo bed $80; 'Steam Irmo S9; Tel. 4-0976,,,,,7, ,- -,, ,
. ily SAM tH1.1..SKY1-,-;,-f,',' ',11,01CrirPciad'ale A'4 libee'' tog. '' .511411,301;
t. FOR RENT: Lovely him bad- brakes, good mechanical con.; and girls bikes, 510 each, lam., and pad $30; Mahogany desk FOR SALEt-1.0-'10641, square '. - , 4,i- .'''.. ,,',- -' ', Alle :-
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nia large dairy farm, modern ditIon. Call 86-3297 or 86- boo couch. Call Ilalboa 1432 23; photo equipment, planti, as- mll1"11,ill -4 but leeetiem et.' Q. am 23, single, villa SOOD De Aluminium Ltd 4 Insb
: it nce, one half hour room apartment in Campo Ale Aleafter
after Aleafter her er weaken& 4 ''-' 'coot highest', bid-by tomorrow, .14 Cresta. situated botwoop -r. disc, ar
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t from Gettysburg. four hours 1-S749 leaving., Tel.- 3-6526. -- -. ;-' Stu's and now streot. For infor;K
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Going on leave? Beach home on
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able available from July 29th to end of
soason..Three acres, sand beach,
all utilities. For information call
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317, Margarita, C.Z.
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FOR RENT: Largt, completely
furnished house next to El Can Cangreio,
greio, Cangreio, three bedrooms large
yard, covered patio (Belie) lune,
July and August. Calle 61 No.
2 Tel. 3-6055.
FOR RENT:.--Nice four-bedroom
chalet, threo-batits, mald's room,
doble garage, Go Ift Heights.
$160.PATTERSON, 3-1114.
Commercial Sites I
FOR RENT: Professional or
commercial office on ground floor
Edificio Urraci, r Aye. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa ind Federico Boyd, 82 squire
meters, 8125.00. Call Panama
3-7018.
FOR HIRE: Space for office
or. warehouse. Call Pinturas 1st
wefts. Tills. 2-344 and 2-0857.
WANTED
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Carpenters. Deco Marine. End
of 4th St. San Francisco. Tel.
3-2639.
WANTEED: One wheel chair.
. Call Corozal 2138, and Panama
3-4018 after 1600 Hrs.
FOR SALE
CORKBOARD
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FOR INSULATION
Hoialateria Panami, S. A.
Calle 85 y Transistmica
Tels. 3-6122 y 3-6123
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General Agent
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1 f, Tel. Panama 24552
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SARDOSo. LOMSARDOSo. "8" Street MORRISON-4lb of July Ave. A J St. LEWIS HERVICE,Ave. Tivoil teit. 4 FARMACIA LSTADOS 'N1008-1411 Central Ave.
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FOR RENT: Modern apart apartmost
most apartmost throw bedrooms, two bath bathrooms.
rooms. bathrooms. maid's room, wash bibs.
garage, hot water, $150.00.
"Olga Building," Eusebio A.
Morales A El Cangreio.
Enquire apartment No. 2,
FOR RENT: --.. Lovely him bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment in Campo Ale Alegre.
gre. Alegre. Phone office 2-1460, home
3-5749.
FOR RENT:Completely fur furnished
nished furnished modern apartment in Be Bella
lla Bella Vista. Excellent location. Two
bedrooms. large living room,
balcony, dining room, two baths
with cold & hot water, garage,
phone. For inforMation 2-0024
or 3-7955.
FOR RENT:---Furnished s apart apartment,
ment, apartment, Army approved, clean,
modorn building, ient lo location.
cation. location. Automobile Row No. 36.
FOR RENT: New unfurnish unfurnished
ed unfurnished apartment living-dining room
and bedroom, bath room, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, $60.00 per month (dis (discount
count (discount with advanced payments).
Via Porras, beside Roosevelt
Theatre.
FOR RENT:--Fumished apart apartment
ment apartment at El Cangreio. Two bed bed-
- bed- rooms, living room, dining room,
balcony, surrounding, maid's
room with bathroom, garage, hot
Albtrto Navarro street
No. 48. Phone 2-2883 or 3-
'318.
FOR RENT:---$80.00 modern
furnished apartment. 51 Street
number' SO. Call 4-1449 or 3-
6480.
FOR RENT:Llying room. bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, dinette, lichen, apply Apt.
2 Calle Miriam No. 14-21 next
atreot from 4th July Are.
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Roomi
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FOR RENT: dean furnish furnished
ed furnished room, cooking facilities
Bachelor or childless couple.
43rd Street No. 13.
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SERVICES
TELEVISION SERVICE
TV, Radios, Ni-111 Transiters
specialist. We service all makes
and models. We don't pretend to
guarantee our work. We guar guarantee
antee guarantee it.
, CRAWFORD AGENCIES, Tivoli
Ave. 18-20. Tel. 2-1905.
Having trouble with your TV,
H141, or Radio? Call U.S. TEL,E TEL,EVISION
VISION TEL,EVISION Customer's satisfaction
Workmanship guarranteed. Fast
Home Service. Phone 3-7607
Panama. 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Profect your home and grollsr grollsrty
ty grollsrty against ins..cit, d a at g
Pronipt scientific treatment on
emergency or monthly budget
basis, Telephone Pronto Service.
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
Court of Honor
Sot For May 21
The next court and bridge of
honor conducted by the Canal
Zone Boy Scout Council will be
held 0,1 the Paci lc side on May
21. The court will s!art at 7:30
p.m., in the Balboa gymansium.
Rowland K. Hazard, chhirman
of the council's advacement com committee,
mittee, committee, reminded that advanc'e advanc'ement
ment advanc'ement report forms No. 4417,
showing thc names of those
eligible to receive awards at the
court, must be submitted by
Thursday May 14.

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Avenue. Nisi Wing First National
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announces its new telephone
numbers:
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Autombiles

FOR SALE: 19511 Vauxhall
4-door Haan, ver good condi condition
tion condition Can arrange pima.. 0599-A
Bayane Ancon. Phone
Balboa 2-2744 or 2-6362.
FOR SALE: 1948 Studebaker
Commander, new- .tires, new
brakes, good mechanical con.;
ditIon. Call 86-3297 or 8E 8E4289.
4289. 8E4289. FOR SALE: 1953 Fessi
Station Wagon, automatic shift,
excellent sham $7011.00. Tow Towphone
phone Towphone Balboa 3551.
FOR SA11:--Black 1951 Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet Impala convertible. Sligthy
over 400 miles, excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. Power steering & breaks,
wenderbar radio, dual exhau,st
system, white side walls, tell
Balboa 1336.
FOR SALE:--1955 2 door Choy
rolet, hydromatic, radio, two
time, excellent condition. Tel.
Balboa 1835 or house 800-D.
Tavern; Ila St., Ili 'boa.
FOR SALE: Wartime Willys
Jeep. Everything works. Duty
paid, $399 cash quick. Burnham
Los Rios 2-1654.
FOR SALE :--1958 Chevrolet,
5.000 miles, duty paid, call 3-
7435 eveninge,
FOR SAM ,1955 Porche
Coupe, ied $1,995., Call Nav
FOR SAMFord Fairlawn V-8
1958 sedan OD transmition,
tinted glass, undercoated, new
tires, one owner. Rreasonable
for cash. 530-B, Curundu, 83-
4114.
FOR SALE:-1950 Oldsmobila
sedan, radio, new tires, 2049
Curundu, C.Z.
FOR SALE:-1953 4 door Buick
Special, good tires, Dynaflow,
tutone $400.00. Phone Balboa
2479.
FOR SALE:I957 2-door Fort'
Del Rio, 21 months old, station
wagon, blue and white styletone
paint, radio, V-8 Thunder Wrd
engine, 4 new, tires, excellent
condition. 5-7 p.m. week days,
house 2352-A Owen St, Balboa.
Phone Balboa 1472.
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Lessons I
Spanish Classes Spanish Clas Classes.
ses. Classes. Every day except Satur Saturdays
days Saturdays and Sundays, morning,
afternoon and evening cl
Panamanian-North American As Association.
sociation. Association. Peru Avenue No. gg.
Tel 3-7963 (near Bella Vista
Theatre).
Cardona Concert
Set For Wednesday
High! Al Margarita
Noted piano virtuoso Prof. Leo
Cardona will be heard in a con concert
cert concert of classica music Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night at 7:30 p.m. at the
Margarita Union Church under the
sponsorship of the Youth Fellow Fellowship.
ship. Fellowship. A high point in the program for
Cardona's concert will be one of
his own compositions entitled
"Twilight In The Tropics."
Cardona has been widely ac acclaimed
claimed acclaimed throufhout Latin Ameri America,
ca, America, not only as a concert pianist,
but also as a composer and has
been compared with Paderewsky
in the interprepation of Chopin's
works.
The major portion of Wednes Wednesday's
day's Wednesday's program will be devoted to
the works of Bach, Schubert and
Chopin.
Tickets will be sold at the door.
Cardona is widely appreciated
on the Isthmus, having won the
50th anniversary Ricardo Miro
music contest in 1953 with the
Spanish symphonic suite "Acua "Acuarelas
relas "Acuarelas Andaluzas."
Guide
American Life Ins.
Co. Military
For the same basic low NMI
rates charged by the govern government
ment government during W. W.
Phone anytime Panama
4-0430
YA1,E
Industrial Lift Trucks
and Hoists
Tractor Shovels.
Local representative:
M. A. POWELL, S.A.
COLON Tel. 106

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isceilanebui
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FOR SALE: --')2 cable foe et-
rilpht Imam 2 team old $325.
00 like' newr New tomoreseor
and' motor. Can 3-1213 Info.
8:00 a.m. or aft? 5:00
FOR SALE: Serve! Electle
VIfreezer tap,' $130.00,- boys
and girls bikes, $10 each, lam.,
boo couch. Call Balboa 1432
after four or weekends.
FOR .SALE:Treasure Detector,
large electric clock, small 60 cyz
cis generator, 30 Winchester
rifle, Doublebarrel shot pun 6
volt 'auto generator, radios, "1:Y.
sits, small phone amplifier',
used tubes, parts and speakers.
Phone Woo Isms, Balboa 2692.
FOR SALE:Lowere for Dup let
House 1578A. Tel. 2-1282.
FOR SALE:--1 typeleiter,'Royal
14" pica type, rust resistant ex
cellent condition. 1 clarinet;
ebony, excellent condition wmu wmusic
sic wmusic stand., 1 RCA phonograph,
cabinet style, wiredio, almost
new Bogen 20 amplifier, new
diamond needle and new VM
tunable. Excellent buy. 1 almost
new wardrobe suitcase. 1 ladies
suitcase, like new. 1 over night
bag, very good condition. Call 2-
2440.
FOR SALLOne 21" RCA TA
Call Balboa 1503.
,F011 SALEEt---24 inch boy's hi hiCycle
Cycle hiCycle mith now tiros and tubos.
'Ft. Clayton 5-140.
New shipments, Rattan basket
saucer chairs and rocitocs dinint
chairs, Chinese porcelainware and
thousands of other intriguing
keret LUM'i 40 Autorow.
FOR SALL-F-Skin diving equip equipment,
ment, equipment, -cempletel.,475.00.: 86th
street Ns, 6. San Francismi
FOR SALI14-6-1 l.7 cubic foot G.
E. upright freezer $250.00. 2
yiars old-RCA TY., radio, rec record
ord record player, combination $100.
' Call Albrook 7297.
FOR SALE:---Completo apart apartment
ment apartment furnishingssy double bed
innerspring mattress. $40.00, 9 ft.
refrigerator ind stove 5100.00;
wardrobe,' $3000; chairs, 95.00f
typewriter, $25.00; Italian cera ceramics
mics ceramics cheap; English Thin. 8
place, 650.00i 195t, Morris
Minor 5000 miles. Call I-3699s
Apt. 1 No. 76, Via Argentina..
Cardinal Spellman
Goes Back Home
For 70Ih Birthday
NEW YORK, ,May 4 UPIO--
Francis Cardinal Spellman, iittP iittPbishop
bishop iittPbishop of New- York and military
vicar of the S. armed forces,
today celebrates his 70th birth birthdaY
daY birthdaY The spiritual leader of more
than 1,550,000 Roman Catholics
in ten New York counties, the car cardinal
dinal cardinal will observe his birOday by
celebrating mass in 'his hometown
WhitmauMasa in tlurChureli, of
the Holy- Ghost where' he served
as an altar boy.
The cardinal said he hoped bis
two sisters and two brothers would
be present.
The month of May is a triple
anniversary for the archbishop. In
addition to his birthday May 1et
,marks the day he was ordained
a priest in 'Rome in 1916. On May
23, it will be 20 years since he
was installed as archbishop of
New York.
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iNDEPENDENT DAILY NIEWSPAPti

FOR SALE:, 4-.;; SIMMONS.
ilide-thed" -sclfa in Amcollent
- condition., Tol.- Clayton'
'FOR SALERefrigerator' $90;'
' Stove $90; Fries SW Hollywood,
doublo bed SRO; 'Steam frog $9;
Nomura' Cleaner, $48; 942 Pit --'
and pad $30; 'Mahogany desk
23; photo equipment, planti, as-
'coo highest'. bid' by tomorrow,
leaving., Tel: 3:6526.
FOR SALE---;--We' idouble
bed, mattress, 141-Fi 00014n-records
' Osier; bar with wheelsr basket
sofa; child's basket chain' high
'''chair; crib, mattress, child's
cloest of drawers and batkinotto.
Piton Panama 3-0595 34th
No. 3-44.
FOR SALE,.9 cu. ft4Wesfing.,i,
house refrigerator, new 60 cycle
motor $50.00; 1 drawer solid
oak cheit $10.00. 0777-10
Ramon, Place. phone Balboa
160 'k":
FOR SALL .Lipholstereft States
,chair. Itadio-tecord player,, Ca Ca,
, Ca, fe-style marble-topped table
with 2 chairs benches, lamloa;
pillows, ceramics, bed, mattress,
kitchen utensils. Phone Balboa
1 t09-0431-L Frangipani Street.
,1
FOR SALL --- Frigidaire, 9 ft.,
porcelain, insideand out 4-year
old. Phone' Balboa 1309-0341-L.
Frangipani Street. 1
FOR SALEI -o Oas-siovo. with,
Broiler, 212 years old, oncollent
condition '$75.00; G.B.; rim ;
SLOB. Leaving tomorrow, 1:
6526.
FOR SALLWastAghouto ro rot
t rot rig 565.00. 6-A Prado
Tol. 2-2433 I i
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Help Wanted I
Expert typist wanted by Amer American
ican American firm. Good knowledge Eng English.
lish. English. Male, single, under 25.
Write to P.O. Box 133, Panama
City.
WANTED: --- Maid to tab'
charge of how', two boys. Must
ikvo in. Tolophono 3314 Ito 4f
mon.
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A GIRL'S CURLSThe 1
fashioned curling iron, heated. ''''
on the kitchen stove, is still an
exciting item to this little girl.
Mrs. Norman Paukert touches
up 9-year-old daughter Shartd's
bangs in their Cedar Rapids,'
;owa, home.
Arrives
Cristobal
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'FOR SALIt-ltatt 500 aad 1.000
status. la 14 Name Hipadtan
urbantzatio. tagroto tits Ionian
llacatrack. s All lots with attest :
: boats, sawags, water siala and
sitatriclty;, Ca2 W. McBantott.
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F011 SALEttor 1.066, square
motels An; the best location
,La Crests. situated between "r'
, Strait and usw strest. For infori'
mation please call Tel. 2-2170
from 8 a.m.' to 12 noon and from,
2.1takito 0.ite,4
SALEtL-Elouso in Pueblo
Nuevo. cool, hoar bus. Only $900
"w4, $30 monthly. PATTER PATTER'
' PATTER' SON. 3-1114.
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,,, FOR SptNico loss! lot,
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1 $936. AtATTERsoN, 3-1114.
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUV;
t. DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL,. C.Z.
".t):'!,. PHONE' BALBOA 3709
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LOST: Small white gold woman's
wrist watch near Commissary or
' at Gorgis Hospital. lisitart. Call,
1585,
B6' ats ti'Motors I
FOR SALE: 38 ft. pieta 75
HP boat 460, gals, fuel capacity
radiotelephone- Four bunks 32
and 12-volt electric systems gal galhead,
head, galhead, $2500.00 Balboa
'2-3578. -
FOR SALE: Coronet hardtop
"Iguana" with Mark 75 motor.
Fully equipped on heavy duty
trailer, $2.500-.00, May be seen
at pier No. 1, Coco Solo. Phone
Mc Maine 36-356.
IOR SALE: 28 ft. sloop with
-25 horsepower auxiliary, locatsd
at Balboa Yacht Club, hull No,
283. Phnne G. Fitzgerald,
boa 1589.
FOR ,SALE:,-5 h.p. outboard
motor:4.1,4100; 10 h.p. out4
board motort2 propellors, 6150;
Plywood boat 12 ft. cartop duck..
boat' or dinghy, $50; 12 ft.
Aoydroplane with Mark 40 Mei,
A'oArry, troit at 3 mph or speed up
1 ,to 50 mph, $500. Trailer 16 ft
T-Nee $90. Tel. 87-3109, for
appointment.
F011 SALE:---14 ft. deluxe runa runabout,
bout, runabout, Criss Craft boat, Laminated
fiberglass, remote eontrok, big bigtwin
twin bigtwin 35 Evinrude, 1958
motor. 746-A.
FOB SALE: Landing barge
LCM6 with 2 gray marine diesel
motors 225 HP hu11 and motors
in perfect Condition. Apply
,Blok' Agencies. Telephone Pan Panana
ana Panana 3-3397 or 3-7259 or Bak
boa 3719.
.000319o,ths Willi
(ii!i,i0s4tyPuys,
P:0401.011r,(00$,:,
MISS HAZEL BROOMS
Miss Hazel Brooks Saturday
night 'won the 'queen Contest spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the Pacific Commissary
Social and Sporting Club with a
total of 16,472 votes at the final
count which was attended by a
large gathering at the Jamaican
Society Hall.
Runner-up was Miss Arlene Bait
ter, with 14,134, followed by Olga
Perel, 10,102; Ilene Pilgrim, 9,-
9).5; Myrna.' Haywood, 5,84 gand
Loretta Wilson, :
Miss Brooms Will be crowned
on May 18, during the dun, sera-iformal
ninth anniversary
dance. at the Casino Villa del
Mar. The 'coronation has been set
for midnight. '
loll' the dance will s' be
played by Willie More and his ov.
chestra and ,Albert Phillips taid
the "Jets. Table restrvations are
being,'taken by .,members of' the
club. ;.
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"VISITOR" RETURNS
LONDONIVPI) The Daily
Mirror yesterday tarried a from.-
page bannerible saying: 41T r
Duke (of Edinburgh) Visits' Brit Britaim."'
aim."' Britaim."' The husband of Queen Eliz ElizAbeth
Abeth ElizAbeth II returned Thursday from
a 100-day ,tour.-arotmd the world.

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Q. I am 23, single, wM soon be
discharged .from the Army. Have
$4,000, plus $10,000 life insurance.
Should Idiversify by putting a
fourth in the bank, a fourth in a
mutual fund and half in real es estate?
tate? estate? Or should I 'also put some
in stocks? Want to becorne a
millionaire.
-A. Seems Idie a sensible goal.
You ought to put SOIne An the
bank, certainly. The girl
m ay come, along and you'W, need
the money. Also, of course,keap
the insurance intact ,4 ,
The balance .could go intcr a
growth type mutual fund or
growth type corporate 'securities.
If you Wa,Ot:, to -.become a
you will have to take out outsize
size outsize risks.:4 ItiOn't know what you
know .about estate, but I
doubt whethtr aro as wild gam gambles
bles gambles in real estate, especially in
these days of hig prices, as you
may' find in some infant elec electronics
tronics electronics or chimical.company. But
if you're going for a million, it also
follows you're "going for broke."
When I learn the formula ell let
You know.
A. My mother is employed,by
hospital and has $1,000 in' sav savings.
ings. savings. Sheila recently shownAn shownAnterest
terest shownAnterest injavesting all or part 'of
her savinga $11 stock. Boweverfshe
has little knowledge of tha mar market
ket market and aski yOur advice.
A. I would'yote against the idea.
In the circumstancei you out outline
line outline the ought to, hold the 1,000 as
an emergency'lund. Furthermore,
the inconie S1,000 in- igootr
grade stOcke Would be smly about about$10
$10 about$10 a, year morrthan she ,,easget
from a saiiiigCbailk. It seems.to
me the risks involved ler Watild
be far greater than the potential
gain.
Q You wrote that a dividend in
stock of a company is not taxa taxable.
ble. taxable. I received shares of a mutual
fund as eapital gaink. But my tax
Man tells the- it is 'tot exempt,.
Who is tight?
Yoe' tax man le right. 'rhit
shares itoWreceived were not stock
1 divideUdavatit4 eallatrA, shares of
the futid ydebought ivith the pro proceeds
ceeds proceeds of tapital gains. In other
wordi you reivested your capital
gains: you did not receive a &via &viaed
ed &viaed in stock.
A typipaL,diyidend Int stock
Would be the case ,eft:colitpany,
voting a dividend Isf, say, 10 per
tent in stoch.',,That means every
106 share holder would receive all
additional 10,shares. The value of
the 10 shares, wotdd not repri reprisent
sent reprisent taxable income.
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I DAILY
MEDITATION
(Presented by tho Dopartment
of Christian., Educalloto-of the E.
piscopar Chutili' in tho Mission Missionary
ary Missionary DiocesCOf Panama Can..
al ;ono). z
St. Matthew St1T.
THE KING OF NATURE
"Give -us, this day our daily
broad.'t
No matter lbw, we improya a agricultural
gricultural agricultural methods, no matter
how we process our foodstuffs,
ithey all originally come from
God's miraccle Of life and growth.
This is truth we must always
remember as we seek to provide
the necessities $or ,Our daily phy physical
sical physical well being.
Our Lord taught us to ask God
for the material things wek need.
Sometimes we won't' ask, not
because w eare too demainding,
but because we are too proud, or
too self-assured. to xemember the
source of our provision. Independ Independence
ence Independence is a part of growing up, but
where God is concerned, we are
always children, and He is our
Provider.
But it is our da0, breaV that
we ,ask, and, it is our bread that
He providee. 4f,',4ve Ikon abUDdo
once, votherv part,
of our thankfulness must be our
sharing, and their. need must be
remembered by. i"
He is King of all nature,' and
we live on ilifi bounty. Do you
ask for, your dolly bread? Re
member always in your prayers
the world'o hungry.
"Almighty God, Lord of heaven
and earth; We beseech three to
pour forth thy blessing:upon this
land, and to give us a fruitful sea season;
son; season; that we,- constantly recetvinb
thy bounty, may 'evermore giVe
thanks tmto three in thy noly
Church; through 4esug Christ dur
Lord. Amen",
Religious .,Lecture
Serietontip'ues"
Thuirsday At YMCA
,
.The Palboa irbleAst-11S0 will Pre Present
sent Present the fifth lecture in the series
entitled ,"The God We Worship"
by. Deon Mainert 'Peterson of
the. Cathedral of St,. 'Luke elm
Thursday eyeing at 7:30.
The subject will be ,"The -Prtiphetp
of the,Exile".' The, series is
desighed to show how God is re revealed
vealed revealed through the .bistory of a
people", The public is invited.

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Gulf Oil 114
liarsco Steel 42
Hayden Newport IS
Imperial CO 44
Inu Pet';'",A 37,4b
1, 44
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New Eng''ret ,and Tel 173
Northrop Air 31
Olin Matbieson 4S
Pancoastal 3,
Pan Israel b
Pantcpec 011
, Phillips Pet SO
Pure Oil 44b
RCA, 61
Reynolds Mital 83
Royal Dutch Shell 43
San Jacinto ,, 11014b
Shell Transp
Signal Oil and Gat 17
Sinclair Oil
Socony 45
Sperry Rand 23
Standard Oil NJ 62
' Sterling ?recision 41,41)
Studebaker-Packard 11
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Texas Guld 30 1
Underweddri "Fug.,
United Cane 481
tJD Rubbelt--. 184'
-tTS Steel 121
itrestinghouie MIS 15,41
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Unite,States ir on "si veritable
bingt of fertility" which may see
a do Ming hi the nation's popida popidation
tion popidation befose the turn of the
century, a research group said
today.
The iossibility was soloed by
the PePuliktimi,ileference Bureau,
a highly-regarded. non profit
greuP, le Ito, 'monthly bulletin.
It said, that if present trends
lcionthiud, ,the II.S. population will
reach 350 million before the turn
of the century. That would be
double the present population.
03y 1980, at the eurrent ratAk
the U.S. population will jurmp to
about 260 million. Th41 bineati
said this indicated increase would
be Toughly equivalent to mAtillit
the entire population of Japan
into the United States over the
next 21 years.
Editor Robert C. Cook said it
wax time that Americans took a
sober look at what "the recent
spate of 'more abundant beget,.
ting" ineana in terms of "th e
nation's long term welfare."
"Present educational problems
are only forewarnings of th
crisis coming in the next twe
decades," he said.
The Amber of children of ele elementary
mentary elementary school age will lump by
64 per eent by 1980from 31 mil million
lion million to nearly SO million -0. if fer fertility
tility fertility remains at present levels;
2;-"The high school age group ,will
Increase even. more rapidly," said,
Cook,,rising 80 per cent above the
present figure to 18,300,000 youths.
4,The warning is cleatlY de deflqel:
flqel: deflqel: High school administrators
should begin now to plan for the
rapid expansion, which will be
meeded."
Cook said simple projections of
the, existing, population show that
nuinber of people in the 22 to 14
age 'bracket "will, almost double
by ,1980.",
, "This group includes the youltii
adults who will 1140, entering, ..the
labor' force, getting Married, lour louring
ing louring houses and. having children
in ,the ,1980'1rThe Potent, el
tremendoult Ooludatlek Vow In
the future is obvious,"

BUCK ,TO INDIA I
LONDON World Bank
PreSident Etigene Black arrived
here yesterday from New York en
Ills way to India, end Pakistan. i
Re will fly there later this week
to, discuss Indian and Pakistani
claims on distribution of the
wIters of the Indus Itiverlor
elation Minims..
, Before flying to' India Black wat
to attend a meeting of 'intent I
tional bankers here to discusi
world economic affair. '!



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Cost Of its New Academy

IstrAItlitOTOlritn, pfiatee.
era! l'Acrcolititilig7,'Oftici' 'ticciised
the Air' Feke .yesterdai"br run running
ning running uP the cost of lie new aca academy
demy academy to alsmost dolible the ori original
ginal original 139 million dollar estiinate
all without telling Congress.
The head 'of the agencY, ComP ComPtroller
troller ComPtroller General Joseph Campbell,
said. the 'Alt Force air Or has
spent-or kbligated fIrk Ulm dol dolinit
init dolinit lars- for Ahe 'Color& o Springs
academy and that the final price
tag Will be almost 270 million dol dollars.
lars. dollars. ,. 4
"The Air Force ins not dis disclosed
closed disclosed these facts to Congress,"
Campbell said in a report.
Chairman Chet liolifield (I'
Calif.) of the House military (per (perations
ations (perations subcommittee promptly or ordered
dered ordered a staff analysis of the GAO
report to determine whether a
congressional investigation w a I
needed.
Campbell said his auditorS, who
act as congressional watchdogs
on federal spending, found the Air
Force ,had plans for 72 million
'dollars worth of academy facil facilities
ities facilities over, and above the 197 mil million
lion million dollars already open tor ob obligated.
ligated. obligated. These plans, h'e said, included a
$5,225,000 hotel and $2,300,000 foot football
ball football stadium.
Campbell focused particular
criticism on a projected 24,700,-
000 academy airfield. He said con congressional
gressional congressional approval Avas not ob obtained
tained obtained for the project ttnd it halt
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Kidnapping Of ilegro
Rape Suspect Termed
Blow To US Prest!ne
PHILADELPHIA (DTI) Atty.
Gen, William P. Rogers said Fri Friday
day Friday the kidnaping and possible
lynching of a rape suspect in
Poplarville; Miss.i had been a
tremendous blow to 1I,S. prestige
in other chuntries.
'Rogers cited mob' kidnaping
of mstck Cherie', Parker from his
cell in a Law Dav address before
the Philadelnhia Bar Assn.,'
He said the Parker incident
along with recent school and
chorch bombintts ."have -at'acked
and diamaved the ense of decen decency
cy decency slot fairness of all responsible
pennie.1
lie Said the ItatIonta Trestiee
had been hurt throualtout t h e
world by the erttsode' 'and it bad
received more headlines than the
fOrthcoming foreign.' misisters
meeting. ,,
He emoted an American corre correspounded
spounded correspounded as",sayini Mkt MAW
Ettroneans telt "America can't
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congressional hearings. : )st
He said &hod $3?500,000 already
had been spent for the 2,600-aere ;
airfield site even, though official
reports and records indicate it
"may have limited capabilities
and may create an air traffic,
problem. I
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an earlier report submitted in con- 1
nection with a March 19 hearing
at which Air Force officials were
questioned by a House appropria appropriations
tions appropriations subcommittee about some( of
the charges.
Rep. Daniel J. Flood (D-Fte)
said at that time the academy,
might turn into one of the Defens
Department's "classic scandals11
He predicted on P.,entnpi "tun4
dress' inquiry by CongresS.
Campbell said the GAO wg
"recommending to the secrete
of the Air Force that In the Ali
a. full disclosure be made
Congress as to the total foreseef
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TWENTY FOUR CAYUCOS pull hard in a fast getaway from the lock chamber at Miraflores yesterday as they dri've for the finiSh line at the Balboa Yacht
Clith 44 miles and three days after they started :ull of pep from the Cristbal Yacht Club. The thrill o f dropping with the water in each lock chamber just
like a regular ship is one of the highpoints of the annual coast-to-coast race sponsored by the Canal Zone Scout Council. (Official US Navy Photo)
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Ba 'boa's Explorer Post No.
Stet a new record for the an annual
nual annual toast to coast cayuco
race as they -crossed the fin finish
ish finish line at the Navy Pier yes yes:
: yes: terday afternoon. after, taking
, end holding the lead position
diving three days of the
taxing event. The crew man man'cited
'cited man'cited boat No. entered by the
liSalboa Post.
new race time for the 44
mile cdurse was seven hOurs, 29
IninuteS, 37 -seconds elapsed
time. This compares with the
time fOr the 1958 winnerCris winnerCris:tobal
:tobal winnerCris:tobal Explorer Ship No. 9of
seven hourS, 52 minutes and 7
sccondl.
tinting second place as a
ravsy rainfall drenched the
eenage scouts and explorers
their boats was the crew of
Post No. 20, boat No. 1, also
from Balboa, with an elapsed
time of eight hours, nine min miniites
iites miniites and 35 secOnds.
' Jzi third place were Explorer
Ship No. 9, boat No. 2, cif Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal with eight hours, 29 min minntes,
ntes, minntes, 15 aeconds.
For 'the last two years a crew
trona Balboa's Post No. 3 has
tv01.tnri up in second place, fi finally'
nally' finally' splashing through this
year' with a consistently long
lesd. over the nearest competi competitors.:,Post
tors.:,Post competitors.:,Post No. 20 is a new com comPttitor
Pttitor comPttitor in the trans-canal event.
'irn 26 boats which started
the race from Cristobal last
Friday, all but two won

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Rkkless iriv i.g along Bruja
Road brOugnt I $35 fine for
Cpl. Walter Ellgene Green of Ft.
Kobbe' when be faced tbe Bal Balboa
boa Balboa ,Magistrate The 28-year-old
AMeriCan was picked up last
ThurSday.
Jorga de la Cruz Lasso, 33,
Panamanian, found trespassing
at Dock 4, Balboa, was given
five days In jail.
Benjamin Concepcion, also
Panamanian, found trespassing
On CurtIndu dumP, got off with
$5 fine.
tecil Simpson Green, 45, Pan Panainanian,
ainanian, Panainanian, was fined $1 for va vagrancy.
grancy. vagrancy. jle wss picked up In
Pilfalso.

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through- to 'finial' '-the full
course. All crews whleh
plete the course officially re received
ceived received patthes from the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Scout Council.
,In the first place Post No. 3
crew were Robert Adams, Ed Edward
ward Edward Dolan, Mike Rudge and
John TurnOr. They are sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored by the American Legion post
at Fort, ,Amador which, gave its
annual victory dinner for all
cayuco crews following the race.
Sponsored by St. Mary's Cath Catholic,Church
olic,Church Catholic,Church of Balboa, the boys
in the tayuco from Post No. 20
were Michael Williams, Herbert
Prescott, Ted Bembenek and
John Searcy. In third place as
a crew from Ship No. 9 were'
Irl Sanders, Walter Woodruff.,
Paul Ebdon and John Manning;
sponsored by the Canal Zone
Pilots Association of Cristobal.
The cayucos splasned away
from the starling line at Gam Gamboa
boa Gamboa Sunday morning shortly
after 8:30 o'clock, following
early church services; and
breakfast at the Gamboa Civic
Center. They had been guests
of the Gamboa center for sup supper
per supper and the night. Similarly,
they had been hosted for sup

Truman, Declines
Ike Is Invitation
To Winniets Dinner

WASHINGTON, May 4 (UPD---
The White House said today that
former President Harry S. Tru Truman
man Truman declined an invitation from
President Eisenhower to have din dinner
ner dinner at the White House this week
with Sir Winston Churchill.
Press Secretary James C. Ha Hagerty
gerty Hagerty said Eisenhower invited Tru
man to join a White House stag
dinner for the former British pritoe
minister Wednesday night.
The former president who is in
Washington until, Wednesday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, s,ent his regrets because
of a previous engagement that
night in New York.
British sources said Truman al also
so also turned down invitations to have
lunch or dinner with Sir Winston
at the British embassy Thursday
because thtb- former president no
longer will be here.
Churchill is scheduled to 'arrive
here late today.
The President and Mrs. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower planoed a quiet family din dinner
ner dinner for the former prime minister
at the White -House tonight. The
President entertain'-', him 'at
stag dinners Titesday and'Wedoes and'Wedoesday
day and'Wedoesday nipts. Churchill Nil' rnove to
the British embassy',on Thursday
for an overnitght stay before going
to New York Friday for a brief
visit, then back to dreat Britain

There was a noticeable choP
in the channel Sunday in
comparison with almost glassy
smoothness in Gatun Lake
during the 22 mile run on
Saturday. But the eretvs were'
generally able to Lit o d
swamping.
At Pedro Miguel Locks "the
cayucos were teamed with the
Constitucion of Guatema Guatemala
la Guatemala for the lockage, and also

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traffic used to be blotked by the.
elephants. Now we gt the some
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Coast To -Coast Cayuco Race

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REAR ADM. GEORGE H. WALES awards a fil'st place cup and banner to a game crew of explorers' frm Balboa Post No.'3, yes yesterday
terday yesterday at the end of the annual three-day cayuco race through the Panam, Canal. The crew set a new record of seven'thours, 29
minutes, 37 seconds for the 44-mile course as they finished In a downpour. Taking part in the presentation at thelimerican
Legion Club, Fort Amador are: (left to right) ,explorers John Turner, Mike Rudge, gdward Dolan, Robert Adams;. their advisor,
Wesley H. Townsend; and Admiral Wales, commandant of the 15th Naval District. (Official-U.S.-Navy Photo)

Swimming Sergeant
To Take Big Dip
in Can0 Imednesda'y

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per breakfast and rriday,nlght's went through MIratiores Locks' 1
lodging by the Gatun' ay lc In cbmpatty with th ship:, I
Council. Rear Admi r al George 111
Wales, commandant of the 15thl

Wednesday will mark the begin beginning
ning beginning of the enGi of an eight-month
dream for Sfc. George Harrison.
At about 3 a.m., Harrison will
dive off the locks at Gatun to' be begin
gin begin his non-stop swim of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal. The 32-year-old soldier,
if he makes it, will be the first
man ever to swim the waterway
without storming. The "ditch" has
been conquered many times, but it
has alivays eluded a non-stop ef effort.
fort. effort. Harrison and his associates
feel confider' that he can com complete
plete complete the swim in less than 16
hours.

Harrison began training for the
canal swim sorae. eight months a ago
go ago and has been on a conditioning
schedule ever since. He has pound pounded
ed pounded out thousands of laps at the Fort
Kobbe pool, made a ten-mile nim nimstop
stop nimstop swim in Gatlin Lake. and then
doubled that effort in Madden Lake
only two weeks ago.
Harrison and hi's wife, Jane, live
st Fort Kebbe. Ail through his
training period Janie has been his
number one supporter. In order to
keep in top shape foil swimming he
has had to do a great .deal of re relaxing
laxing relaxing to keep. his 10,g muscles
loose, which frequently includes
Janie acting a masseuse.
But she admits that she'll be glad
when it's all over.

Russia Expected
lo Take Tough
Stand Al Geneva
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WASHINGTON, May 41---(1.1P1)2-1'
Diplomatic authorities said today
they expetted Soviet foreign
ter Andrei Gromyko to take !It
tough' position in the initial.stagO
of the Geneva Conference bUgin bUginning
ning bUginning May 11'.
They faid they hoped. however,
that the Russians subsequently
would moderate their stand enough.
to make possible an agreement on
fruitful areas for discussion at a
summit conference.
The Soviet newspaPer Izvestiats
attack on the Western Allies', re reported
ported reported package plan for German
unification came as no great sur surprise
prise surprise to authorities here.
They had not expected the Rus.
sians at this point to publicly an announce
nounce announce abandonment of their long,
standing opposition to handling
German reunification on Western
terms.
However, the feeling in official
quarters here is that the Russians
will recognize that their hopes for
a summit meeting rested on their'
willingness to discuss the propos proposals
als proposals qf the Western Allies.'

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GOP Aroun Hears
lona; on Nlw ItAlf4A ItAlf4AHIGHT
HIGHT ItAlf4AHIGHT AND PARK ILL May

4 (UPI) A Republimin partv
committee. charged with the- task
of outliding tbe party's long. range
goals heard a proposal for replace-,
ment of ',some federal income
taxes witb- a -graduated sales talc.
on' installment buying.
The GOP committee on pro program
gram program and progress head the re report
port report Saturday before winding uo
its meeting here. The 43-man
group also hearci a suggestion that
a federal bureau of productivity
statistics be established that
could be tied' directly to increases
inprodtictivity.
The suggestions were made by,
Dr. Joseph Cropsey, pro:essor- ef
political science at the University
of ,Chicago.,, The group also hetrd
reports from economists and Alt
four subCommittees. ,
Altholigh committee aessions
were closed, an infOrmed-,. sotirce
said that consideration should be
given to 'Medal taxes on consum consumer
er consumer transactions, financed out of
borrowed fund

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Naval'District awarded the, first
Pre eup and banner to Post
N 3; the seond and' third
place pennants to Post No. 2
and Ship No. 9; then personal personally
ly personally gave each bor who complet completed
ed completed the course officially his dis distinctive
tinctive distinctive patch to be worn on the
scout or explorer unifotim.
The presentation ceremony
climaked-the dinner at the ,Le ,Legiort,
giort, ,Legiort, post.'1i ,,, 1
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The time for the raceare
getting fas 1, each year, offi officials
cials officials noted Since 1956, more
than ,an hour and 26 minutes
has been carved away froln the
1inning time.

Pog !Ouse Club
Officka! ly Vire Icor-7
Vlopty 600f

..LOTIDON Fierd 'Mar 'Marshal
shal 'Marshal Lord' Montgomery, wheFe te televised
levised televised remerks about "sick" 'cad
ers in the Uri ited States raised
protest on both Bidet of the Atl
'antic, was officially welcomed to today
day today 'into the "Dog House Club."
The International Dog House
Club sent him its symbol of mem membership
bership membership a silk tie with a dog
house on it. Membership in., the
organization is r es er v ed for
those who goof, or, as the British
say, "drop a brick."
Montgottery dropped an, over oversized.
sized. oversized. one week,, He declared
in a television interview broad broadcast
cast broadcast both in the U.S. and'Britaiii
that American ledership wow fall falling
ing falling down. He blamed the poor
health of President Eisenhower,
John Foster Dulles and new, Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of State Christian Herter.
Monty apologized Friday for the
remarks after his return from
Moscow. ,
Funds raised by the Dog klouse
Club help Britain's Canine Defense
League and other animal wel welfare
fare welfare organizations.

Canal ZOne Bus.,
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Driver Fined $35,'
On. Three Counts
Carrying, excess passengers In
his bus 'and other ,InfractionS
coet 'Bias Betancourt. 30,' Pan Panamanian,
amanian, Panamanian, a total of $35 in Ha Ir
boa Magistrate's tout Pt today.,
He, was fitted $15. for over overloading,
loading, overloading, another $15 for failure
to stppear in court as promised
and an additional $5 for failuee
to have' his vehicle equipped
with flares as required by law.
He ,has been convicted of ,a
number, of previous Waffle Offenses.

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A inodern.,functional housing. development to. be built at Cara Aviation 44
gency employes' will, cost tan estimated 82,750,000, it. has been tisclosed;',,, : 4,
.1Announcement -Of .the estimated cost of the 11(1 faraily units was madi from ilt."-Virertb,''rek.g
the FAA ,aupervisorr office under which: the regional, agency based jn $he Canal' Zone;la operati,
ed." ,- ,,,, -tt 1
announCement by C; administrator for this regiert;n4neil,01e,lioueIng-'01.1ilgt,
and the mission' of. the local group., ,
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:FAA' air- traffic communicat- States' vital delense raissiOn-ln' be ::ballt-Ait ;bnly.li7stml-deVeltr
ors 9.nd technicians here pro- the Panama area, the FAA sta- oped areapf 3heI,Canti aont14
vide -vital, flight assistance and tibn -' provides 'all air-greund the construCtion work for' whic4:
commimications to all civil and comniunications for the Carib- bids are being requested
military airCraft in, a 280,000- bean Air Defense Command. of elude the grading of)lha,tchenti
square-mile area t- around the the USAF. t, site, a complete, syittem roadt:
&die "' The new 11-ausing 'to. Jae built and sidewalks,-4-apprn pri at 1
This 'serviceis' provided not will provide-shomes not only for landscaping, a -'sanitary seivat:
only to US 'airlines and private the international ,communitat- system; adequate electriCal, teleti
aircraft but, by ; internationak ors stationed in the, Canal,Zone, 'Phone and water systems; etorni4
agreement; to- aircriaft I-13ring but for air' traffic controllers, drainage,sistern,and;other..40,1s
flags of all nations. who,' will '''''staff tale FAA' -cilitlea
Activity is especially high a- route- traffic ''''Control center Only" 15 morit'he 4will
along this ''''' FAAI Internadonal Scheduledlo begin operation in eiPlor ;tnet contract -tOT congt,'
Air Traffici'Y'Communications early.,1961; PlIte the work "..1.(

ors 9,nd technicians here pro-I
vide .vital, flight assistance and
commtinications to all civil and
military airCraft in a 280,000-
square-mile area around the
Zofte -,,
This servicels provided not
only to. US airlines and private
aircraft but, by inlernationak
agreement, to aircraft LIAM;
flags of all nations.
Activity is especially high a among
mong among this FAA' Internadonal
Air Traffic 4 Communications
Station and aircralk of Central
and South. Amezica.
In support of the United

Chinese Troops
SIM Pursuing
Tibetan Tribesmin
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TOKYO IIIPI)--Red china 'said
today groops still were etas.
ing and fighting anti-Commu ist
Tibetan tribesmen in border areas
near India. '
A broadcast by .the Communist
New China News Agency indicat indicated
ed indicated that the Chinese overlords were
dragooning Tibetan,. villagers and
their work animajs to' help cru,sh
the revolt which 'began in remit
Kham Province hi 1952 and flared
'11 a climax last March with fight.
ing in the capital of Lhasa.
The --Chinese dispatch from
Lhaa said units of the Tibet Mil Military
itary Military Area Comthand were chas chasing
ing chasing rebels iirthe Loka border re region.
gion. region. Mules and horses owne,d by
Tibetan villagers were used in Me
chase and the people were being
askd for information on rebel ac activities,
tivities, activities, the' broadcast said.
At one village, Tibetans were
brought out lo fill ditches dug'
aeross the- Main rbad by the
rebels..
, The agency insisted that all in information
formation information and labor by Tibetans
was given "spontaneously" and
voluntszily4
There was no' indication how
many rebels were being c'hased or
how much fighting was taking
place but in recent' weeks, the
Reds have admitted considerable
fighting and Piave claimed 2,000
Tibetans killed.
The Communists boasted that
Lhasa, scene of a bloody rifle and
artillery battle in March just aft after,
er, after, the Dalai Lama fled to India,
was a city of peace and quiet. A
"mighty celebration rally and pa parade"
rade" parade" was held Friday to com
memorate both May Day and "the
victory in wiping out the relizIs
in the Lhasa area," they said.
But dispatches seeping down
from the Tibetan frontier inclicat
ed ,the Communists' were engaged
'in a purge of an-0,ommunist ele elements.
ments. elements.

ATLANTA (UPI)The superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of the integrated public
school system of Wasi3ingtont D.C.

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fume ,"SORXILEGE" of IR
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the Panama area, the FAA sta-i
tibn provides all, air-ground
comthunications for the Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Air Defense Command of
the USAF. ,
The new 'housing to be built
will provide,sbornes not only for
the international Communicat Communicators
ors Communicators stationed in the Canal,Zone,
but for air' traffic controllers
who, will' staff the FAA air
route traffic control center
scheduledlo begin operatioll
early,1901.
The -Panama Canal CompanY.
in behalf of FAA, has issued in invitations
vitations invitations for,,,bids on the tro tropical
pical tropical housing project. Bids mill'
be received in the office of the
Company's Engineer 1 n g and
Ccmstruction 'Director, Balboa
Heights; until May 22. Bids will
be publicly opened on' tpat day,
The' tropical architedture ef
the proposed 67 homes waa de developed
veloped developed from collective experi experience
ence experience gained throughout ,'the
years since the Panama ,Canal
wall started in 1904 under Pres;.
ident Theodore Roosevelt. The
homes will be masonry with
wide roof -overhangs and large
windows which will catch the
tropical lireeze, I
The development will in in'
' in' elude 20 threerbedroom C. and
27 two bedroom, two story
duplexes; six three-bedrooni,
one-story single, homes; and
four four-unit bachelor apart-.
ments.
Since the 'FAA housirig is-to
The,earthquake was recorded. at
several seismosgraphic stations on
the mainland.
Dr. Don Tocher, at the Universi University
ty University of California at Berkely said'
the temblor' centered .Aout 3,700
miles northwest 'of Berkely.-- He
said it was 'recorded- itt, -213:07
a.m. and registered' abOtit 7.3 von
the Richter Scale of 10.,

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i4O1VOLIILII, May 4 (GPI), A
tidal Wall alert Was sounded, in
Hawaii early today after reports
of a major earthquake but the
alert was called off a 'short time G,
later. M
,
Officials of the Geodetic Survey
said the qiiake apparently Veeter,. ;
ed in Siberia, raising the Posibi Posibility
lity Posibility of a tidal wave ut the Pacific
Ocean.'
However, the tide rose only- he
foot at the island of Attu in the Ti
Aleutian 'group, and no rise vvas 2:
reported at Adak, Midway or Wake 2:
islands.
The alert was called off at 2:58 ,,r,

Told Racial Intediapon.
d For Washin-gt'on, Schools

said today racial integration has
been good for schools, In the na nation's
tion's nation's capital.
Carl F. Hansen, kppearing here
for a television discussion of tiVe
years of integration in Washing Washington
ton Washington schools, said flatly that edu educational
cational educational opportunities',,have been
improved, juvenile delinquency
among Negroes has dropped sig significantly,
nificantly, significantly, and,, teacher ,recruit-,
ment standardi are among the
highest in the nation.
"We are definitely assured in
our own minds that where there
is coinpetence children soon tor torget
get torget whether teachers are Negro
or white," Hansen said.
Hansen said that, when -Washington
schools first tesegregaten
the fact that therewas.,if differ difference
ence difference of raee',"tended to ..accentu,t,
ate the problein, of discipline,' bid
by and large these were JuSt, the
problems of 'children.", ..
"Most of the. schools have gone
ahead with Social activitlea," he
said.' ',As many, as 19,000 students
have participated in' spectatr
groups setting new, patterns in
group behavior. There is very im impressive
pressive impressive data showing a drop in
delinquency," A
Hansen took part 'in a round-,
table discussion sponsored by ,the
Georgia Council on Human He'll.
tions,, He was questioned by John'l
A,' Griffin' of .EmorY Vniversity in
Atlanta -Atlanta 'attorney' Deter.
eaux McCiatchey, and Harry
Boyte, chairnian of the exteutive
committee of HOPE, Inc., a group
formed for" improvement of the
Tone school system in Georgia.
He said Washington, with 74 per
cent of its total school populatton,
Negro,. still' has, a few .7
and all-Negro schools ,but that he.
considrs "sourid education
management". to rtm aft bitegrat bitegrated
ed bitegrated system.
R. "I think, it IS laird, to' lay that
much of the concern ofparentA
when we desegregated 'in 1954 was
what would happen to the Supeiror
thildren,". he said. "We assured
parents thatA evnry child would
ha ve. a m axim um topportunity.,, I
think we have. succeeded in 'es 'establishing
tablishing 'establishing tbis ,,by ability group.

!bless 1,
4' 7 ', 4. '4 '..) a, 4; 04
Mit7' DovIdson Die :
At Corps, Hospito :
After L.ong,, I
i 4
Nrs. Merline Davidson :whose.
hipthand,. Itiymond: A. Davidson:e
I
is- eniployed at the Pacific Locksif,
died Sunday afteinoon at Gorgaili
Hospital after long illness.' Slit
was 42 years old. , -i 1
,Mrs. Davidsom Was bort in Al
barna. She hatt, been a resides :
off. the. Isthmus for the Past 4
years. For several years, Mrs. Da t
vidson, was employed by the Art
I
my Caribben at Fort Amador.t
No local Itmeral services will hili
held. Funeral services and, burial;
111
will-Jake place 'lit PitillUnits Citht
Fla ' -1
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This wiather iep-ort for thait;
hours ending a a,. nts f todatta;
prepared by the Meteorological!
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Pananit Canal CompanY! e'41,
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,NODUCT1ON

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Kobbe when 111
boa Magistrate
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Thursday.
Jorge de la
t Panamanian, f
f, at Dock 4, Ba
I five days in Ja
Benjamin C
t Panamanian, I
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i a $5 fine.
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TOKYO U(PI),-Red China liald wail started in 1904 under Pres;. Name. She had,' been a residee
today iti groops still were c as- ident Theodore Roosevelt. The oft. the. Isthmus for the past :
ing and fighting anti-Commukist homes will be masonry with years. For several years, Mrs. Da i
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ibetat tribesmen in border areas wide roof -overhangs and large vidson was employed by the Ael:
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, , A broadcast by the Communist tropical lireeze., 1 No local ftineral services will bi:
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, .. New China News Agency indicat- The development will, lin- held,. Funeral services and, burial;
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.0, f, !"' ''r- , , Kham Province itt 1952 and flared,- four four-unit bachelor, apart-,
' , It a climax last March with fight ments. ', P t ,,,.' ',4, z.- '-,,
This. welather iei-ort' to; ''th' -'imit;
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several seismosgraphic stations on ahn11d1r8nyednrdlogartapthiell,B.rmalls'ethodatorittbitic;
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prepared Milprepared by the Meteorological!
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? y? ,r. t 11 I ,,,,, : -- itary Area Comthand were chas chas,
, chas, ''' '- ing rebels in the Loka border re- Dr Don Toeher at the Universi Universi1
1 Universi1 ''','0, , 4 1 ' ,J .,,,, 1 , .., gion. Mules 'and horses owne,d by Pananit Canal Com any: 1,,,-0-44
ttK of' Calilornia a't Berkely said' , P ,,
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1 4, Tibetan villagers were used in the e temblor centered about 3,70,0 H' um', ri l''.ii.zy,,,ii ,' .4 It, : 1 ,..:7,...-4-1 1
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said it was 'recorded' iit, -211:07 TEMPE,itATURE: !- ,o :,,,,..,,,,,
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1 ae1 , ,- ' Iti tivities, the broadcast said.
, ' At one village, Tibetans were, tahme Raicnhdterreficisaileeredof al0b.d-itt 7'3, ''S)Nil Lonlwall', ''' '''''',$41 ''.:1---;
' brought out lo fill ditches dug -1 , . )7 ,41 ,. t,Irt, ,
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(tt'''''''1- '' ''' ' Tidal Viaye Altrt l"""',""-''---:3 gs ''
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, in, formation and labor by Tibetans , 6 t. 4., ,' (,max;.in p,h) fww-,),..44 01 ,.. ilt.11,7..:
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many rebeis were being chased or Amid'
- how much fighting was taking
Rath P t N 'a
itEAR ADM. GEORGE H. WALES awards a first place cup and banner to a gatne CreW of exP.orers -rOm oa 0e 0, -, place, but in recent weeks, the (Inner barberit) It ia r
berday at the end of the annual three-day cayuco race through the Pane,M, Canal. The orew Bet a new record Of Seven'tbours, 29 Reds have admitted considerable HONOLULU, May 4 (tIPI), A )1 ,
minutes, 37 seconds for the 44-mile course as they finished In a downpour. Taltingyart Jr1 the PreaLent,atio2nat tAe:Amseri,can fighting avd pive claimed 2,0oo tidal wavt alettWit$ founded, in 41,1
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t, Panamanian, i Duna Irespassing .1.ii ,cty LaL.ua zpimoilk..-u away -
to make possible an agreement on IA g tor a television discussion of live '4, d,', tik.,. Hti ,,
1 on Curundu dump, got off with from the starting line at Gam- Me 600f , years of integration in Washing- ut lfmA
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i. a $5 fine. boa Sunday morning shortly Wednesday will mark the begin- fruitful areas for discussion at a 'reply
,
(, tecil Simpson Green, 45, Pan- after 8:30 o'clock, following !ling of the enGi of an eight-month summit conference. it ENTRA ton schools, said flatly that edu- '. wAtirsi,...0R ALL,-' 4, ,:'.1'.-
dream for Sfc. George Harrison. The Soviet newspaPer Izvestials cational opportunities,have been ,-,e gie, IA A 1
to
II UPI Field liar- .;" Y Dift
t itininian, was fined $1 for va- early church services; and
At ab t
ou 3 a m Harrison will attack on the Western Allies', re- ""'ONDO ( )-- 1 I Pi- improved, juvenile dehnquency '... wr Ya ;nu, ',!: ,
1 grpcy. He WAS picked up In breakfast at the Gamboa Civic A. ,.. .. ', shal Lord' Montgomery, whose te- among Negroes has dropped sig. ,,'' , ,, e il ,"4,
i Pattie. Center. They had been guests 'awe ott Ine locks at Gatun to be- ported package plan for German
ievised remerks about "sick" 'cad '1"."Il
WEDNSDAYr
. ,,,,,,,. nificantly, and. teacher ,recruit-, ', ,' -1, rtt ;, ,,,
; k of the Gamboa center for sup- gin his non-stop swim of the Pana- unification came as no great sur surers
ers surers in the Urited States raised -. I
1 ment standardi are among the le !t :
per and the night. Similarly, ma Canal. The 32-year-old soldier, prise to authorities here. protest on both Bidet of the Atl highest In the nation. . 1:,;.; " 4...1.'1 '''
At '1M111111 they had been hosted for su
i.',"4-1, P- if he makes it, will be the first They had not expected the Rus- 'antic, was officially welcomed to- WEEKEND RELEASE! , ,
, ,, man ever to swim the waterway sians at this point to publicly an- "We are definitely assured in '' ove 4 'Y p.
t
'f, TODAY -1-19'1w LUX'
without storming. The "ditch" hos nource abandonment of their long,
been conquered many times, but it standing opposition to handling d 'i t th "D H u e Club
ay n o e og o s
The International Dog House
pm 11 our own minds that where there , :Iti
is coinpetence children soon tor-
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' WEEKEND!
- ,-, Truman, Declines has alivays eluded a non-stop ef- German reunification on Western bership
fort. Harrison and his associates terms. Club sent him its symbol of tnem tnema
a tnema silk tie with a dog
house on it. Membership in., the I 'JAMES ' IN
get whether teacherS are Negro
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1 or white," Hansen said. , ,- i, '-
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organization is r e s e r v e d for
1 g:09 4:50 8:48 8:51 p.m. Ike s Invitahon plete the swim in less than 16 quarters here is that the Russians those who goof, or, as the British SIIWAILT NOVAK, ington schools first tesegregateil --...
, t- 11"'t hours. will recognize that their hopes for .. -
say, drop a brick." I ,:, 1,07 I the filet that there,,wall,,,,if differ, ,,z- ,..r :,,, ,,
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' t, ''''''' To Winnie s Dinner a summit meeting rested On their
Harrison began training for the willingness to discuss the propos-
, s' t 4 ate the problein, of dilicipline Init -1',
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WI t in d pped an over over,
, over, on go ery ro ,i
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canal swim sorae. eiglit months a- els qf the Western ,Allies. '' sized. one last,' week, He declared ,, ,, -. .?
A -- ,. ,-1, i problems of 'children.", ,) N''' .2 i 1, ii 2 b
' TIE,VION PLOT 1 1 WASHINGTON, May 4 (UPD go and has been on a conditioning
in a television interview broad broad,
, broad, 1r;pa, v 1,11,41; ; ."Most of the schools have gone -: .i.
I The White House said today that schedule ever since. He has pound- rAn Armin LIA5re cast both in the trS. and Britain ir ,
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' 1 v k.x,.. I ahead with Social activitlei he ; ,b-: --,

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':' ,,,,,r THIS ,,, ANNALS A fmoramn erdezneeleannt tinvairtraytiosn. ti?ee engnn, our 51x3 puts :will 3 :7 linngst (likomwenr.tcre Ititilt,museux IiIttem ;clout: I 4 aet
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'.. 1:011,INANFAREI President Eisenhower to have din- stop swim in Gstim Lake. and then lij 11,...,,A,r health of President Eisenhower, ,-- ,' ', groups sbtting new patterns in ,.
k 4.- ..'''..- doubled that effor in k HT (11 NO g OP r "l'i o Foster Dulles and new Sec- .
, ,,,, retarrof State Christian Herter. ', t ..
1 4.. ,, 4 ,,. .4i ..- 1 pressime data showing a drop in ',', 4,,4,,, ;-: ,. ,".! ,'
. ,,s,.,,, with Sir Winston Churchill. only two wees ago.
Monty apologized Friday for the ,, i 4 -4, delinquency," , --n -, '4
..., Press Secretary James C. Ha- Harrison and hi's wife, Jane, live HIC HT AND' PARK ILL May
-, remarks after his return from
s'It ,, gerty said Eisenhower invited Tru zt Fort Kebbe. All through his 4 (6r,
ii A Re tiblirlin partv I gni A '-"''' Hansen took part 'in.., a round., t-,,,, 1 k'' ',:L, .,,,
man to join a White House stag training period Janie hss been his
committee' charged') with the- task M""w' i 'cl b th D '
g House I ''l 1"4!" 1:91k ,:, table discussion sponsored bythe .' .4c '''
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n dinner for the former British pruae number one supporter. In order to of outlisting the party's long. range pgndesi ra e
Arsitain'Ys Cseninel3Defense t I Georgia Council on Human ,ftela,, ,., '' k'', ) ''''''' '' '''
C u h p 6 dittk pi, ', ,, tions He was questioned by John' I '' ' '' '
,4,,,,, 1,', minister Wednesday night. keep in top shape foe swimming he goals beard a proposal for replace- "Lea ue and other nimal wel- 4r1V tri 11111"A 0 ' '. '
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, A A. Griffin of .,morY Vniversity in ' a',' ''' , 0 ,
tlft
., ) i The former president who is in has had to do a great.deal of re-
t of some federal
Washington until, Wednesday aft- taxing to keep. his 101 muscles t I. .3
Men inenme fare o 1 ti
axes wiN- a -gragusted sales telt. rgan za ons.
- swat --, a Atlantav -Atlanta 'attorney' Deter, ",! -'t SOS hewn .- ,' 4 ?'
:1
,, ,.., i t ernoon, s,ent his regrets because loose, which frequently Inctudes il elm McClatchey, and Harry CEErl11( Ifil'-'' '..
, A t t it t b vi g
on ns a men ii. n . 1,,,
r' ''''' 4 4 of a previous engagement that Janie acting sio a masseuse. I The GOP committee on pro- anal ZOne Bus-
I dAeL t' ERNIE 1 Boyte, chairizian of the eitentive I sat till -; 1.' '' '
,l,,,t I, ". i,,
, k committee of HOPE, Die., a group
night in New York. But she admits that she'll be glad gram and progress head the re- 1
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British sources said Truman al- when it's all over formed for" improvement of the ''-, KEE"! E eli ER. ''
., Pert Saturday before winding uo Driver Fined $35,' i LEMMON KOVACS publie school system In Georgia. '' la 44, a ism' '.''' ,,
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- so turned down invitations to have its meeting here. The 43-man
,,, lunch or dinner with Sir Winston LITTLia- -L.1 grOup also hearci a suggestion that n h C t I '1;
n T ree ()sun s lie said Washington, with 74 per ' '''' ''' ' II t' ' .( --4, ''
,,,,,44, cent of its total school populatton,
.,, ,,,,-0.-- ,t:11.10 4 ,, at the British embassy Thursday a federal bureau of nroductivitY 'I" ,, ' f AY I LE LITY113 i'' .'.-,
, Netro still' h
, as, a few all,White
because the- former president no istics be e Wished that ''L '',". ,i, '.'')
wit, stat sta A PRODUCTION 11.. ,!......, ; ..' I
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, k longer will be here. -'-' could be tied directly to increases '
C i 6 en e 1
arry ng, exc ss pass g rs n ,,, 1.,,, I an all-Negro schools 'but that he, ''' '';',. ,' ;
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,' ,,,, '.N,' : $ ,,1 1 , A J.- Churchill is scheduled to 'arrive -11 his bus 'and other tnfractionS
in prodUctivity. , i e , considers ,,it ," ou
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s nd education ) Me
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sas it so s -.,4 here late today. The suggestions were made by, eoet 'Bias Betancourt, 3k Pan- 11 04 mina ement" ' I i',. .''' I. o ,
g to rim an bitegrat.
The President and Mrs. Eisen- ;:'"1 44 Dr. Joseph Cropsey, Pro:essor- of aMIUITTUT, a total of $35 in Bair 1 ,.:LI 7 I ed eYetent. ". ' '4,0,',,,, ,',,,.... crifiTyl, Il j', 1',
., 4' II all I I hower planned a quiet family din- ....
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4 It 1 P political science at the University boa Magistrate's CoutPt today., - ', "I think, it IS 'laird, to' 111 that J"1"I' I '' '...'
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. 4 tr.-0,1c;t-;-41,01J, ner for the former prime minister ai le .'' '..- of ,Chicago.,The group also hetrd much .t
He, was fined $15, for over- of he concern ofparenta 2, -' ,,.
4, li --1 4 at the White -House tonight. The
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e reports from economists and 41.1' loading, an.otber $15 for failure I ants malpfa Imam Jana 1 :hen wti desegregated 'in 1954 was as orm oti,tr, I I
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'1'017:114111.1VILIALAMilli'llilailli14.1111 what tio-uld happen to the tupeiror A ". '
i; ..:d 't ...-:11.--" ("b VI. '''' --;.....,- reports srom r COMM
1 9: 'r- 4r-Atiltrdeliti ' rein en wi enter ain, m at V yr.5------- i,, four subtommittees.
1151,11 efiu ,ILis .,,criroo .f., win. .. ,..,
the British embassy',on TbursdaY traffic used to be blotked by the, said that consideration should be with flares its required by law. a sample of the exquisite per.
,,, lot op,- stag dinners Tuesday andiNedues andiNeduesI
I andiNeduesI s
::; rr:111 MATHEWS ich YORK
L t ppear in emu as prorrtis-iti 11
' Although committee sessions and an additional $5 for failure ,,, -.. , ', ,,, children ". he said
All ladies tO assist the pre pre.
. pre. for an overnight stay before going et nts. NCAV We pt the some given to Special taxes on consturi- He ihas been cOnVleted Of ,ii fume .HBORXILEGE" of ll,e
to New York Fridav for a brief tiling without elephants, sue er transactions, financed out of number, of preyious traffic Of- Gallon, "We assured
parents thatA ever; -child would
think we havei succeeded 'in 4 ''.
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t WI bin till bill r "'" "n '. r ""
8 g it, y group. Atop neve WNW 19
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. k, day nights. Churchill ,will move to When the circus come to town were closed, an infOrmed; sotirce to have' his'. vehicle equipped stew., will, be presented with have. a maxi - 1 , ,
' t. mum tipportunity.', . i,i,,,,,,GESSGS TA80111 i.
' visit, then back to drest Britain borrowed funds lenses., lag." ''' ..' ,.- -.
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