The Panama American

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

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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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University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:02908

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' '44 'This-service will also be offered
kAtientie, side. tesidents Saturday
;and Sunday, May le 5and 17 on the
'" samei schedule In the sante b3C1k b3C1k'1,1011;
'1,1011; b3C1k'1,1011; i" d "A 4,
r, The processirig of' Canal: 'Zone
' lesidents desiring Panama Citizen Citizenshin
shin Citizenshin cedulas ,took plate 'during A A'pril,
'pril, A'pril, 00 the' Pacific side in the, Pa Pa,
, Pa, rail school gymnasium and tA the
,Santa Crux 5 school gymnasium!'
,,This is the.' first 'time that. this
. servite has teen offered, Atlantic
'11(te' residents 'and this COtt COtt'
' COtt' .cl"tle the zrocessing being,conduct!
e b3 the analZone.,,,

Canal Zone postal authorities
who often render public service in
various forms besides the mundane
sale of stamps and Money orders,
were recently instrumental in-arranging
passage for a bride-to-be
from New York to. Pitcairn Island.
'rhe. request did not surprise
cal postal people. Pitcairn Island,
that remote spot of land in Ahe
South Pacifid, has had a close af affiliation
filiation affiliation during the years with. the
Cristobal post office,: At various

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Any'sub-foreman -or- other employe foutld to be taking or soliciting kickbacks as 'the 'the,
, 'the,
, priCe of 'getting- a' job. en the Contractors Hill project wilt be fired forthwith, it was stated
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toelay.',,, ",' 'A, --, ,, -' s,' ' ,-; '
',- When told that there have b,een accusations that cart in sub-fiiremen were asking
16Nt $20 per, appliantlis the priceof 'employment, s. spokesman for Merritt--1 Chapman' &
,
,, Scott,sgththe'rntracting -firm, had na' knowledge ,of any such malpractice, and cer certainty,
tainty, certainty, weuld!tiot-loterate..it'-'71, --,,, ,:.---,", ,,r -,--,, , ,, '' , ,
4 ; .MOreOver tile eCntractor s man said,-seeking or taking kickbacks is .(itgainst the
law.' And iany tran,caught doing so might bi subject to prosecution ikthe courts. .
. -' -,, 4 - -, ,, -4-, ,. --- ,i', Both the Spokesman and the
---'''"-"'-'''""''''''''''''"11"'''' Canal Zone police confirmed re re'
' re'
- ports that hundreds of jobseek jobseek',,,
',,, jobseek',,, ere who insist on hanging a a.
. a. round the ,"; site after,- hiring
e hours are greeting a -traffic
problem. ''. -,.
, The earthinoving firm is tak tak-
- tak-
, ,,,, 4, ing on a few skilled men as
4 new machinery arrives, the
. executive salei. He mentired
a heavy-duty tick drivers and
' ,
, , ', drill men. v.,.',v f
" '''e,; ',' Also he added, a few men'
'are otheays quitting their jobs;
, : '. and a. few, ;eund tinsatisfac-
41,4 ,.,,,,,,x" ,4,,,. .,- ,' '' tory, are fired.
- '1, '-.. "-4-- 4 '''.. .";" : -",,' k f: The Merritt, Chapman &
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0 ',5, ' : .;','''' ,, .,, '''' Scott hiring affice is only open
. .' '1, -, --", ', ,, 4 : from, 4 am until 8 am. Mter
,
that to hiring of any kind is
done until the4next day.
,h, , ,! Yet crowd; 1 of job seekers
, , ,
. OM ,remain,,aeord, creating
. ,',-,a, safety', haeard on the lite
t ',.itself .andnal the roads and,
, ; highway approaching it.
' Pe On : Monday ,it ,was learned,
' ', e some 200 men- mostly un un.
. un. .. : ' ' skilled labbrere were still
, millinr around long after the
0 hiring office clesed.
.. From the beginning, the con con,.
,. con,. tracting firm his stressed there
would be few lobe for unskilled
. laborers,. -e,,,IrA I, -.-,- ,,,,-,.,, 1 ,,
' , The main :ferci;;Ot, Unskilled
,, -,',;, '..",...'. - '''', 2 help has already been takea-on
. v , -, : 1! it is understood, Prom now'Mi',
'. ,,i,e- :'''' ,. '', s the few-openings will be ,inothe,
', , .. nature of replacements-, '4
, 4 rs s appear esennti again,
,-,,, !',''2- 4 o , eati,,,t,boeVelte.,','Vlbee,,neetzvv.get
.. '7' eff 7.buses near Mtrall r e a
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,, , , ,,, Bridge and walethe sit miles
;. 4 ., .:";s:.X, li.4:.".'A.,,,,Obe4r$0.g..40.4,h414AspilkWAHT0.c.4.64,fikaitittegili ot oo, along Rortnquipn sigh,
way ti the project.
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, ,,,. GIRL'S laEsT,FRIEND-:.111beedore,'Quithltd'' her -furry 'friend' "Energy i a fine 'thinewhen
r Patty-will he altiontr,participents,'In the firstfpet Show to be you're hunting a jeteevone ob obsponsored,
sponsored, obsponsored, bs'' the 'Canal Zohe ,Soeletr tort,the; Prevention of ; server said todgaoy,m"Banuyt Imettt
a shame for
Iv Cpelty,,te4nimals :tomorrow evening ilk the Balboa Staditun
,,, ., ,,,,, i, ,-.,.,, ''- -,, s,,,- f - ' be going all the way to "ceo mut e..1
, tractors Hill every day when
maybe there, are only one or
Eiglity -.Entries': For' 'S,PCA, Pet And two irskilled jobs." ,
,
lone Officials Snip
Horse Show:,lt Balboa Tomorrow
, ,
- Re. cl,Ta.pe To tviarr
le.
More than )30 entries bave been Ie the event that heavy rain dur durreceived
received durreceived by the Canal Zone Socie- int Friday afternoon makes the v -....'- 4
enezuelan Visit
'' ty for the Prevention of Cruelty to stadium grounds unusable or un unOrS
OrS unOrS Animals for the pet and horse sultabl,e for the horse show, the
I show which is. seheduled to begin program will be postponed. All i d ta 4
at 7 p.m. tomorrow et the Balboa persons who have purchased tick- e pe ver the Issuance 'of a
marriage liceese he Maracaibo,
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Stadium.'Entries have been receiv- ets pr who purchase tickets at the yenezuelaA' was cut effectively. to too.
o. too. categories but the best gate are urged to retain their tick ticked
ed ticked le
redigreedidtten ClaSS. ,..,, ets for later use if necessary Gay when an American employe of
Freple Petroleum and his Venezue Venezue,
, Venezue, m enoffieial, eount gives the en Entrants should be at fe-e. sta.
ain sweetheart -shewed up in the
tries'', as followsel Mixed breed -cat, dium not later than 6:30 P.m. They
8; mixed breed kitten, 2; pedigreed ice o e a agistratev
will be.given tickets for admission ff. f th )3 ibet M
at no cost and will be eligible to After three years of courtship,
e cat, 5; tedigreed kitten, noneeped noneepedHarold
Harold noneepedHarold L.,Green of Tulsa, Okla.,
d ogs 40-, most 0. Intelligent participate lit the door prize draw drawigr,ee
igr,ee drawigr,ee , .. iLle. cided it woul. d be simpler for
, dog- 10; mite& breed, pliPPY,, e mg'. Ticket sales at the -stadium
show rumself, and lus fiance to catch a
'' 'pedigreed puppy, ll; irtixed', breed will begin at 8:30 and the
will start tromp& at 7 plane to Panama. .. v
01 dog,,12; aed fashion parede -for
: 4 ) Armed' with a licene e Issued in
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PeThin'elp9r4iz'''es Win be awarded to the The program, which promises' to the tl.S. District Court, he Ind
class, A 'ever be one of the ,most entertaining of Miss Yolanda Montero came : on
I first five in, each
'character ever to be offered foot to tile office of Judge John E.
cep Neill rile thi,first place win- its
, a itgutine to second, and fib- here., will start with the introduc- Deming. Only the carnations they
'llrorns to third, 'fourth and fifth place.tion of Joey Bremer and "Bendi- wore, and. their happy smiles, in indicated
dicated indicated their mission.
wisiners. ,,,, ,
Cats and kittens in -all claeses They'll spene a brief honeymoon
, ''''''.- i ' ''' ill be judged. first, followee hy here, returning to Venezuela on
11 2 egs ,and ,puppies, the most intelli- Saturday. In the summer, they
P Iiamaniantedula 11
u ,. ,.. ,, .,..,.. gent' dog and the fashion parade plan a longer trip to the States to
11,11,,,161,4A for cots., 4 ,' visit his parents. ',
'' PiO'C'eSSII
mg 1,1gLithiu Between' the events will" be a
iean act 'from Lee's in
A ,,'' '. 4, -, s 1 ',, ,, ...-, ,t byJ David :Watts of Maximee' and
sing g Two Scoiter Riders
holts in o, on .,,,
. u,:..,.. Sharon Stewart with "Mackie." A II 11 1 A
. r horse show direeted by 11., K. Ru- rI 11 rir I n Ar. -,
cirlent,
,,.44nanias,,Electeral' Board equiP" disheim will precede the awarding ,:'
inent' fotr processing Panamanian of prizeie, ,.- 4, .,. -, At Fouity Lights
ciiisenshic cedillas will be moved :Joel Diecy will 'Oct as maker of
thirweekeed "at Rainbow City ler ceremonies and judges will include Two Young men were hurt slight slight,
, slight, tbeeconventence 'of Canal Zone res- Dr., Robert wallatei, Dr., A. Ray.
ly yesterday when their motor
"''' !debts of Atlantic lide he des..ire mondo,,,,l)r.,' Dennis Davis, Maj. se9oter rammed into a pasenger
. to ;obtain, Ptinalllaniall 'Citilen, SIIIP Murmane and B. S. 'Chisholm. ',
, ,- vehicle at the corner of Gaillard
o .k, cedulas. -' : ', .-.'"'",;;., -, Members of the committee wnien Highway and Frangipani Street,'
.Photegeaphe-and fingerprints win has, bee'n working on, ,the pet show In investigating the occident,' ea ea"
" ea" leoetekene at the Rainbow., City' arrangements vare Mrs.' Ellen, Bee 'nal zone police found the intersec intersecobliool
obliool intersecobliool gymnasium ,, Saturdae and ley, mrs.,Berta Lewis, mrs. G. 1.. tion traffic lights were not working
, , Sunday front I clel.',.to 6 P.m ;each Lee, Pete Monaco, Mrs...T. W. Mul Mulday.
day. Mulday. ; :;!, ,,,,,,- .: ": ''''' '. .9' ler, Mrs.-Louise taChapelle, P. L. pro:merle., , ,. .,
The CZ Electrical Division foree
- ReprisentatiVis 'of the Panama Dade,-Miss- Judy 'Hotz, F. K. Du- is making repairs and adlustments.
, mentors; ,,Board will be ereeent desheim, Dr."1,..'Raemondo. Mre., Scooter-driver Denis Mehiel and
1 duelng these-hours to assist hi file Kathy Wilburi, Mrs. Catsy Taylor, me Psesenger Stanley Wilson,- It,
- : ing out applications for eedulas alio' Mrs. ,Jaokie Linker., Miss Vilma were treated at Gorges for .abra .abraI
I .abraI to photograph and fingernrint those medina, Mrs. 011ie Pajak, Miss sions aryl contusions. -,,,',,,t,
t "' wbo already have Completed their Grace Rider, Mrs.. E, W. Zoffey, Miguel,Grutta was the' drive- of
'applicetions: The cedulas will be D. Coffey and Bobby Widen.; the vehicle. ' '
no issued at alater,date from the Ce- ,.. ,

times pottal wrkers there UV
helped th islanders sell pictures
and handicrafts, have obtained for
them such things as.' razor, blades'
and tooth paste. On one occasion,
a Cristobal postmaster even, auper aupervised
vised aupervised the- forwarding of a bean
iron coal-burning cook stove. 4 --
The latest request fot atsistince
fr,QM Pitcairn Islamic came Judi.
rectly teem Miss Alice Coddington,
a ,New York City resident.
Writing to the Cristobal post

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Kea 'ape io marry The National, Guard, report said
the six men fled after a brief ex exVenezuelan
Venezuelan exVenezuelan Visitors
change of gunfire with the patrol,
but there were, no casualties.
Although Pattern!' city remain remainRed
Red remainRed tapetver the issuance -of a ed Cairn today, there, wait still some
e 'on of bail 'granted to
vmeanrriezaugeria)wica7sceuthrettemetiarvaelyai.boto: cane nab
day when an American employe of some peroons a I eg n
II edly involved in
I t and the
Creole Petroleum and his Venezue the abiartive inZaIrd tP others.
Ian' sweetheart showed up le the refuse to gran a o.
Bali illiqUilitt ler American
James N. Flynn, a Panama ini-.
office of the Balboa Magistrate. porter charged with. having btu
After three years of courtshiPt ported uniforms for the rove roveHarold
Harold roveHarold L., Green of Tulsa, Okla.. luticwiaries;.was denied rioter rioterdecided
decided rioterdecided it would be simpler for
day by the Judge Absiardo Ho Hohimself,
himself, Hohimself, and his fiance to catch a rrers of the Fifth Circuit Court.
plane to Panama. '
Armed with a license issued in Herrera, who also denied bad for
Panamanian Federico Lam, said
the tl.S. District Court, he Ind he based his denial on the cance canceIViiss
IViiss canceIViiss Yolanda Montero came on lation of boil granted to Jose A. Al Alfoot
foot Alfoot to the office of Judge John E. varado and Oscar Navarro by, the
Deming. Only the carnations they Superior Tribunal, earlier this
wore, and. their happy smiles, in- k ;',
dicated their mission. Shortly after handingdOwn his
They'll spend a brief honeymoon judgement, Herrera was also re.
here, returning to Venezuela on quested by Sandoval to also cancel
Saturday. In the summer, they the bail granted to Jorge Ruben
plan a longer trip to the States to Roses and Armando Aguilar, who
visit his Parents. are allegedly linked with the find find,,.
,,. find,,. ing of an armas cache recentijr in
Two hcooter Riders RI Abik
The Superb:U4 Tribunal based Its
Htirt in Accident' judgement on a MI5 executive de decree
cree decree Which denies the benefit of
-
At Faulty Lights bail to persons accused,of attempt attempting
ing attempting the overthrow the government.
' There was some,- apprehensioq
- 'rwo young men were hurt slight- also over the allegation that a num
ly yesterday when their motor ber of persons ere being held by
scooter rammed into a pasenger police without being questioned
vehicle at the corner of Gaillard and without any specific charges
Highway and Frangipani Street' being filed against Own, ,,
In investigating the accident, Ca- ,The invaders, owho number
nal Zone pollee found the intersec- some $9 Including those who
tion traffic lights were not working gave up to tho National Guard
pro'oeriv. ,, 4 -Wore chary d'affairs Ricardo
The CZ Electrical Division fore Itisfic hums, 1, who I described
is making repairs and adJustments. them as a being estioss as a reScooter-driver
Denis Mehiel and suit of their sonfinemrmt. ,
his paosenger Stanley Wilson,- 7, Riad, said he is seeking ar arwere
were arwere treated at Gorges for ,abra- rangement whereby the .Cuban
sions arui contusions. '',,, ,,t prisoners could be supplied with
Miguel Grata was the driver of food to, supplement, their prison

maiter9 1, Miss Coddington); 'stated 'age
that she'wanted to go to Pitcairn biol
to marry Clement Christian, mem- eel,
ber of theell-known family which din
accounts for big segment of the to
Inhabitants of the island. ma
. She had been unable to arraslge Zos
anything in New York,so far, she on
said,, as all "ships were booked full sto
for at least two years. Could the 1
postmaster belts her? she
He could atirl did. Ife passed the ms
request.on to Payne and Ward law,, the

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Sources close to District Attorney Dario Sandoval today said
he lipped t coniplete the questioning 'of all persons connected
with short-Hied invasion of Panam by this afternoon.
Sandoval, who does his interrogating at the Circa Modelo,
has been working steadily since last Monday, following the sur surrender
render surrender Of 115 Cubans at:Nombre Ole Dios last Friday.
Meanwhile; Nationil Guard sources,last night reported a
brief encounter ,yesterday near Portobelo between a three-man
National Guard patrol ant six of the Cubans who preferred to
take their chances in tlie jungle ratber than surrender with the
rest of the Invader&

The Cuban envoy also :reported
that the Cuban prisoners had re requested
quested requested that they be allowed to re remain
main remain together in a large room, in instead
stead instead of being placed four each in
separate cells.
Riafio also disclosed that he
has submitted appeals for "c:e "c:emency
mency "c:emency and benevolence" for the
Cubans to Panama authorities.
In another development yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, Foreign Minister Mituel J.
Moreno Jr., attempted to explain
the reasons behind Panama's ap appeal
peal appeal to the Organization of Ame American
rican American States for help in repelling
the invaders.
Commenting on published re reports
ports reports that Cuban Premier Fidel
Castro had described Panama's
plea to the OAS to repel the 90.
man invasion as' "shameful,"
Moreno said OAS help was
sougM because Panama had
knowledge that more than 400
4invaders Wro bound for Pan.
ama from Cuba.'
Moreno 'expressed "de'ep sur surprise"
prise" surprise" over Castro's remarks and
said if Panama's action could be
considered shameful, the same
could be said of the nations that
supported Panama's request for
kid, including. Cuba.

Pacific Region'
Of Local 900
Meet Tomorraim'
The officers of the Pacific Region
of Local 900, American Federation
of State, County and Municipal
Employes, AFL-CIO have tailed a
general meeting for tomorpw it
7:30 o'clock. ,
The meeting is scheduled to be
'eld at union headquallers in An,
con, Canal Zone.
Uppermost on the agends,will be
a numbet of Issues to ,be discussed
with Canal Zone,,Governor W. E.
Potter at,a forthcoming labor con conference.
ference. conference.

trriasters :Assist

agentirfof the Shaw, Savi 11 and Al Albion
bion Albion Line'hete and word was re
eeived -this week that Miss Cod.
dington and her parenti, who are
to accompany her, probably could
make connections' in the Canal
Zone inMay or June of" next year
on oni of the Shaw Savill ships
stopping,at Pitcairn.
The bride-to-be did, not say how
she filet or became engaged to a
matt in such p remote corner of
the globe.

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SEIZtD ARMSA.portion of theequantity of arms which the Panamanian authorities have
found or captured in various par,ts of the republic since the wave of revolutionary activity broke
out about,e, month ago. Included, in the total o f revolutionary arms which the authorities claim
to, have taken, are 84. machineiguris, 85 rifles, more than 10,000 rounds of ammunition, plus a
Urge quantitY4Chand grenades,. and pistols. Countries of manufacture include the US, Brit BritION
ION BritION Argentinateakt Os DOMiniCane Republic.
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jObird,1,5eatOnt,
-,,006b.ilt,t.A0M.At414
1166msin Panama
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Abandons Zone

While the Casa Pinilla In Pana
ma city is bursting at the seams
with Cubans and townsfalk, the
Casa Trail (also known as the
Casa Wa 111 on this Canal Zone is
all but empty of nonpayirig
Questa.
Canal Zone polio could give
no explanation today for the suct
den falling off in business. But
at noon they had only two mon
serving sentances. One of thosa
is sick, but may be well enough
to be freed am time tonight.
Nobody at all Is awaiting trial
at Casa Trail, Three men are
technically "held" but all are
out at Corozal hospital for man mantel
tel mantel examination.
If anything happens to the one
well prisoner, police speculated
today, there'll be nobody around
to sweep out 'ha calls and bring
in tha prisoners! lunch.
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Figueres' Idea
Unites RP, Flood
In Opposition

WASHINGTON, May 7 (UPDPanamanian Arnim. :
sador Ricardo Arias said yesterday Panam will never give
up "her inalienable right of sovereignty over the territery
on which the Panams5 Canal is built.'
The-Ambassador made the comment in rejecting a
suggestion made by former Costa Rican President Jos
Figueres that the United States transfer tile Panam Ca- s,
nal to the Organization of American States.
,
The envoy indicated that the linifed States could not
take such an action without agreement with Panam6;';
Rep. Daniel J. Flood,(D-Pa.) also rejected the propos-,
al and instead called for the United States Congress to
approve a resolution which he is sponsoring to re-assert
US sovereignty over the Canal.
Defense Department officials would not comment ort
the Figueres suggestion in detail but a spokesman said:,
"We take a very dim 'flew of the proposal." -,

Sen. Wayne' Morse 'alto- de declined
clined declined to make -a direct com comment
ment comment on the sukgestion by Pi Pigueres
gueres Pigueres but said he believes the
United States should consider
discntsibg 'the ,Canal,
ktdminittratiow ith the 1Sationa1
I
itiVeffee 'Medi vie4 eeftgetibit
lest night ip additss 'before
the Ovetseas Press Club' ,,irt New
York. The former Costa,Rican
preedent's address dealt 'prin 'principally
cipally 'principally with 'hemisphere sectuity.

Ambassdor Arias
!Ile 'United States cannot
transfer theSitnaLto anyone
either an'individual coun country
try country or an international organ organization.
ization. organization. For that to be feasible
it would haVe An be done by
agreement between the Unit United
ed United States and Panama.
"I don't It coUld be put
under any other jurisdiction
without the consent of both
partits, and, In my personal
opinion, panama would first
have to know the terms of any
such operaltion.
"In my opinion, also, Panama
never giie.up her inalien'

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ALICARMIt ENTERTAINER Cp5 30o Dalt,',Well-ktiowit an announcer
nouncer announcer on CFR -radio and television,' Was narned first-place
winner -With ,"The Beatniks," an instrumental group. In the
MI-Army entertainthent rontest last night at Jadwin Hall, Fort
,Chtyton. Daly, and "The Beatniks," including Sp4 Richard B.
Lane, Pfc. Martin IP. Rudy, Sp4 Cement V. Corbo Jr., Pf. Frederick,13-,
Herter and Plc- John Chalupa, wIll represent 1.7.8
Army Caribbeaw In the contest finals. The command trophy
Aras won by Fort Clayton. (Arm Photo

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able rights of sovereignty over
, the territory where the Panama
Canal Is built."
, Flood sald Congress "should
I adopt 111T:resolution that the
' US 1,, reassert-fits 'position,,-of -, ','
:'aovereigntrrover the',6- Canal, .....
' and deelart0:further ,thet the Kg'
- tt-Ftinajtagreii.lwcivioilige
zDeetrliie4",,,,s's, ' ''-4,'''',0,4 :1 "';,2
, Flood laid the. United' States
, has sovereign rights over the
I Canal by virttie of 'a treaty with
Panama and that the Republie
of Panama exists by virtue of
a treaty with the Republic of
Colombia.
The congressman, said that
If the Zone is turned over to
the OAS it would starts-sucb
a chain reaction that it Would
. raise a question of the legal legality
ity legality of .the treaty between
, Panama and Colombia "and
would produce the 'right 'of
Colombia to claim Jurisdiction
over Panama." ,'!
"Such a suggestion instead:of ,'
doing good could only do harra,'k ;
he said.
Asked Jor his reaction, Moro
said:
"I think the United Statei
should always be interested It
conferring wi th our Latit
American neighbors regardini
any specific suggestions-whict
they think would improVe,' oui
relationships. 1, f ,,6
, ,
"Ever since the Suez ',Caria'.
crisis I have been giving 'Con 'Consideration
sideration 'Consideration to whether we might
not give some thought to dis-;
.cussing with our Latin Mufti Muftican
can Muftican neighbors their views On
the administration of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal."
Morse is chairman of tail
Senate Foreign Relations sub.
committee on Latin America.
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Enrolmenis Al Latin
CZ Schools Exceeds
Official Estimate

The number of boys and girls
who registered in the Latin Ameri-
can schools in the Canal Zone by
the second day of the new school
term. came to 3,838, or 101 more ,,
than was estimated, it was an-
nounced Wednesday by the Divi-
sion of Schools.
The registration figure, although
higher than the Canal Zone sdhool
Officials expected, was slight,
lower than that of last year when
8,850 students enrolled in the Latin
Amreican schools in the Canal
Zone.
The largest number of pup s
it In'
one elementary school were the MS
enrolled in the Rainbow City Elq...0".4
mentary School. The largest4uiddr
high school enrollment was, at--;
Rainbow City where there .rwert
559 students; and the largeSt -stn.
kir high school registration waft
Psraisti with 474 students enrolled.
In all communities- there,,, were
1.842 boys and girls enrolled in the
elementary schools: 1407 register.
ed in tbe pnior htgk schoolt:-ind .-
833 in senior high schools. iThers
were 56 chihken enrolled, in
dergarten, 41,'
AthOol registration' for, the
Acrhool year of the Latin American
Schooln in the Canal Zone tOok :
place Mondair mornine in ail corn.
munities. Regular classes were
started Tuesday morninp r

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Sir:
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l:'i Anyone who has followed the Communist ."termite" tactics of'
t'boring from withir" or "making a general nuisance" can spot
these tactics whenever agitation on some particular issue arises.
Communists spend their time joining movements-he exert infhience.
:line big lie" is part of their technique. Look for these termites in
itny revolutionary movement or any public demonstration they
soon take over The original, sincere leaders may think tit they
,
pre going to use the communists and keep them tinder contro,; but
they soon learn their mistake. v
,
.4! And so, Senator Smathers' good friend of Latin Amtriclt, and:a
brilliant man, comes in for some insults from "Reconsideration"
(Mail Box, April 30) because he says Communits are involved in the
recent attempted revolution in Panama, and because he states brat
Panama is a democracy.
' If Panama were not a democracy such a letter as "Reconsider "Reconsiderption's"
ption's" "Reconsiderption's" would not see print. .. .. 4. is., ...

anon's" would not see print. ,
! Since "Herrerano not a Don" (Mail Boi, Mayl 4l'answered most
of "Reconsideration's" questions, I'll touch on 01113, a few.
, Of course there are plans under way to find work 'for Panama's
Unemployed, although if so-called "students" keep ruining business
bereabouts there are going to be more unempleyed.
Are there sufficient opportunities for Panamanians? Yes, un unless
less unless they are waiting for the government to hard everything to them.
Business, industry and agriculture are in great need, of well-prepared,
loyal employes.
,, Is Panama governed by a handful of a certain class who Occupy
government posts? Rot the thousands of government empleyes in
Pan,ma belong to every class. -
Getting back to Senator Smothers: he is the'one who proposed
the Smothers Amendment through which millions of dollars are lent
On a long term basis, at low interest rates, to Latin American coun countries,
tries, countries, for improvement projects. The long-needed sewage system
tow under construction in Panama was arranged through Smothers'
efforts. Cheers to him for this!
Permit me to remind "Reconsideration" that instead of sending
Is letter to an English language paper, a good Panamanian would
'lave sent it in Spanish to a Spanish newspaper I answer his letter
here to let Americans who read the Mail IRA ilc;now Abet, all.Pana all.Panalnanions
lnanions all.Panalnanions do not think like comrade Reconsideration.
Appreciative Panamanian

PANAMA ILIMMICAN

HONOR IN ERROR
SirT
I often wonder why people take themselves so seriously but I
bave never wondered so much on this subject as.sinoe:I (came intik
'contact with the Canal Zone and especially the U.S Armed Forces. In
the Mail Box column which I might say is ardelightful, fret-for-all,
peortie ret kicked in the pants, dug,in the ribs and so often they
can't take it. It is just the same with the edttorial content of the
Panama American which frequently takes a sly dig and somebody
immediately decides his dignity has been trod upon and his honor
is at stake.
Take the case,. for instance, of M-Sgt. Ralph F. Browning (Mail
lox, May 2). I thought it only right that a man who writes such a
jiaughty letter OVelo merror in the caption benepth his photograPh.1
phould be laken dorrorrirby, haying the kttortorV top pf,theMail,
45ox column. 1 I
; I am sure the self-important Browning felt p Smaller and
humbler man wben he saw his letter there along with the rather
acid comments of "Albrook" underneath.
Then we had about the lowest pitch You can reacb in the humor humorless
less humorless with the letter from "Albrook ,Ex-Navy Man" (Mail Box, May
5) who in seriousness actually' anologized to Browning for the
ribbing he rad received from the writer sitmed "Albrook."
- Oh dear, suonost these service people have little' else to- do
Jexcent thirk abottt their own importance in a dull-witted sort of way
Ake spoiled children.
' Let's have a little more laughter around the barracits.
Outsider

SUDS AND. SHROUDS

Sir:
Things military seem to occupy a good portion of space in the
Panama American these days, and I thought it mightbe interesting
to 'peruse mime comment, pro and con, on the varidus subjects be bebig
big bebig bruited about before Percy lets loose Sunday',
"II.A." (Mail Box, April 30), the knight m shining denim who
defends the practice of wearing overalls in civic &enters has a rather
odd justification for such a fad. According to him, hundreds of
thousands died In Korea wearing the same garb, which makes it all
very a propos. I shudder to .think what it would be like in these
parts if we all started to wear our shroud in public. His query as
to my location during the Korean conflict merits but a few words
In reply. Viz: "I was there before he was."
; According to our irate Navy wife, who is being driven out of her
inind by clanking washing machines, hissing steam irons and bos bosuns'
uns' bosuns' whistles piping all hands for captain's insnection, the entire Na Navy
vy Navy should start wearing next to nothing. I might suggest a sort of
paper outfit which could be discarded without washing, a sort of
'no deposit, no return" uniform.
Evidently this lady dislikes living on "suds row" and aspires to
a more genteel life. If it could be arranged, I'm sure she would
not be missed by the fleet Here's to more inspections.
His Excellency, the President of Pansma, should have some very
definite ideas about a self-defense force by now. What seems to be
needed most is a small, highly-trained force of soldiersnot traffie
eoPswho know, how to employ the military maxim of "Find 'em,
Fix 'em,'Fight tem and Finish 'em."
The renegades who dared set foot on Panamanian shores bear bearIng
Ing bearIng arms against the Republic should have been ruthlessly' Pursued
from the start and most emnhatically wiped out. The Integrity of
the Republic demanded nothing legs. It is all very well for certain
people to the North to denounce the insurgents now that the coup
has failed. One wonders where their symomtples,would Ate ware
the situation reversed.
The Canal Zone and the Republic contatauffic-iint retfred pftl pftlfessional
fessional pftlfessional soldiers who would be most happy fp hod, tbeir tt7ents,,itt
a training and advisory capacity should 'they be 'asked. lust a
thought.
Colonel Blimp

SHOPPING IN PANAMA.

Sir: s
I think "Shop Worn" (Mail Box, April 29), who iS so
haggling with the merchants of Panama. has taken entirely,. the
Wrong approach to the problem. After all, so few non-tourist Amer.
team buy anything in Panama that the merchants can hardly be
blamed for not recognizing a bona fide oldtimer. .,
q i For the sake of convenience. all Americans on the Isthmus can
divided in three groupsmilitary. Pan Canal and private -1;tisiMessMen
Evervone knows that the first two prouns never. nexer
punter off the Zone except perhaps for a bit of death-defying tic:Wen tic:Wentre.:
tre.: tic:Wentre.: So we can eliminate them as potential. city shoppers and
P entree on the third grout,.
1 -' 'rhe resident American In Panama has probably learned to like
the local situation, or he wouldn't have stayed.,.While the military
knd Canal peonle ire more or less obligated ta live here, the bust.
Neuman has only his financial situation to answer to. So let's pot
. feel sorry for them if they have to argue for a suitable tifice4;'rtir,
Diermore, they know where to shop, and they sren't usuallY lobking
for the standard tourist items.
'1, II As far as food is concerned, their herd-working maids can do.,
. It, or they ca'n go to the new m00ern stinerregiliets intpay!ke
,'. price as marked What's so tough stout tthattu 7,74,
, "Shop Word" sounds like one of hiseIiisititerVice,'Wiiiiit frdb.
Some big city in ithe States. She will limn Warn
,; to even venture into Panama City. She can buy almost anything
t plat la sold (legally) in Panama on the Zone, and probably tbettec
.:,end cheaper at the pmt exchange. Comnlainers like her don't belt)
::; twilling. Let her hibernate on the Zone like her neighbors. She and
,..'!.L71.tanima City merchants both will be happier 'that way.
, American in Paniims.

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1.4abor:News
And
C-Amments.
By VICTOR RUSSEL
' NEW YORK Eair ly last Thurs Thurs.
. Thurs. day morning Mrs'.' Trtiman packed
spout a week's clothing tor ex ex:
: ex: President Harty.. With their daugn daugnter
ter daugnter Margaret aoout teltiYe 'see,"
ond child, 'Mrs. Truman decided
to stay on in 'heir Hotel Carlyle
suite. The doughty ex-Chief had a
lew chores beibre' he bounced out
the door, Washington-bound'. He
hid to place an important tele telephone
phone telephone call.
He asked the operatr fir the
Hampshire 116us and S,eel Vision
leader David McDonald's. suite. It
was "Dave". and "Harry" and
"give themhell."and "-good-luck"
in the coming clash with those
steel tycoons,
- I
'Harry TKumdn was being' con.:
sistent. Some seven years ago he.'
had put in a similar call to the
president of the United S
Workers of America. There was'l
beAer crisis in the air. "Harry,"
president ot, the U.S., told his'
goid friencV "Phil" ,Murray, not
to worry. The- government,, the'
Whi'e Housi and the Presidet4
were solidly behind the union.
They sure were. Mr. Truman
seized the steel mills. But last
Thursday all Mr. Truman could of offer
fer offer was his friendship as the Steel
WW1 wage policy committee was
prepering i's demands Today with
the White House officially neu neutral,
tral, neutral, the big Steel Union and the
sprawline s'eel industry face an
unrefereed finish fight.
But in the highest government
industry and labor quarters there
is a erowin-r feeling that there will
not be a strike.
Deep in the sancums where
decisions i e Made, there is a feel feeling
ing feeling that the FieAR are not too far a ainert
inert ainert and that the uttion does not
want a stoppage really, sincere sincerely.
ly. sincerely. All s'rike crisis settlements are
actually a mat'er of Pennies, Ret
each penny here means an addi additional
tional additional $30.000 nnO s Year in costs.
Isays, the steel industry and the
indus'rv peoble 'Are snrt of putting
Ithemselves on record as 'eying
'that they ire teittN' to offer a
nackage of aboet 25 cents an
lhour more over three stelArs.
Of this ouerter, it is bellowed, 11,-
bout six rents Rn hoer woit1,4 be in
cash each year or ohout PAO a
week s'raight time. Thst wouirt
bring the everage s'eel-worker's
:wage to 028.40 Wielt in three
years. This would be the highest
mass prorleo,ijon oversee wage in
world history Gond pay and a
gond victor.- for the union.
The industry people are saying,
smong themsnives thst '1,P union,
is ready to se'tle for About 30 centS
And hour morn P,I4h a ouarter ol
it in cash over a three-yesr con. 1
tract, This woeloi bring steel steeltworkers'
tworkers' steeltworkers' aversge wage to $3,2e
ibotut' or $131.20 a week straight straighttitne.'
titne.' straighttitne.' With the entire indits'ry anrl the,
union apparently just some A150,- l
00,000 awort, give a few million
here and there,.the Money does not
Seem tn he the obstscle.
The industry snokesmem will be
adaniant ts-, to Ate rrartnigh ft-saline,
June 301 when the contracts
exnire. But on the two pennies, th.7
are expecled to yield,.
However. they Are ready to
fight for changes in the contract.
Tehy wPnt the union IA rrive
some of I's cost-of-living In Incresse
cresse Incresse rights. This clause means
that when the cost-of-living in index
dex index goies up s pole'. wooes oso
up a penny. The union will fight
this, you can bet.
But on this issue the Industry
will not stand so pat that a strike
would snurt from the deadlock.
There also is something called
"Section 2-B" in the steel agree agreemolt
molt agreemolt of 1956. It says that "nrse "nrseflees
flees "nrseflees that have been In effect will
rem sin le effect for thelife of the
contract." 1
In past argumen's over this sec- 1
tion the companies have lost te
nnion under srbi'rators' doei
sions that the clause prevents the 1
rutting of departmen'si or onera onerational
tional onerational crews the slip of the wo
"teehnological ehsngs-" OWI rt.
said that the clails&-reallv shoulol
refer only to waroes, hours and :
working, conditions.
The Irlustry PnlitInn is ths' this
seetion keens I' from tusking
"Techrioslogleal ehsr-es't -.I
ly as the steel milts emir'. Thia,
industry cbtorees. costs it S180.000- :
Orin Avear. If they ran save some
of this money, they say, they're i
willing to nay more.
If a strike ,does come, many be-
lieve it wilt ',result from the Petit 1
over the sneed.of autometion. But (
thn Insiders tiev It con be solved 1
without A Ilnivar. The bumati
brain will solve humanity's pro,
blems. In steel, toO.,-

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Eva Gabor and Betty Benson
(wife of the "River Kwai" pro producer)
ducer) producer) clashed verbally in Lin Lin,
, Lin, fly's. Over the recent suicide of
Betty's firiend, Venita Radcliffe.
Eva inherited the man involved
shortly before the tragedy. .Song
Ittre$3 Hildegarde struck her 3rd
oil well last week. Joan Collins,
British actress at MGM, is sporting
fabutous gem6. Won't reveal the
dear donor's :name. 'Anita Ek Ekberg
berg Ekberg is. being sued ,by '11'wood
press 'agent Milton Weiss, who
is being sued by N. Y. publicist
Larry Gore over coin allegedly
owned for planting pieces in the
'papers about Anita back here.
There is so much bickering behind
the 'scenes over the Emmys that
two of its trustees may quit af after
ter after making headlines... Society's,
Cary Latimer's Monsignore chums;
hear she: MAY !become Mrs. Wm.
Wright, Ir. before 1960. He's a
handsome' Princeton socialite.
Christian Herter, 22, cousin anci
namesake of our new Secy of,
State, weds beautiful blonde
French girt Maria Ange la Paris
soon.

The International Set: Sessue
Hayakawa is adapting his Jap Japanese
anese Japanese autobiog for a U. S. publish publisher.
er. publisher. The eye opening paragraphs
are his comparisons of Japanese
and Ameircan love-making, ro romance
mance romance and plain old-fashtoned
neckin'. .The La Cabala night
spot in Rome (made famous by
the visit of Princess Margaret re recently)
cently) recently) is for sale. The ailing own owner
er owner wants $300,000 for it. .Shy
Prince Henry of Hesse barely
comes up to Princess Meg's shoulders.

Ann Sheridan's current shadow
is Scot McKay. Midtowners
thought he was going to wed ac actresses
tresses actresses Joan Morgan or Helen Sea
man. Singer Eugenie Baird is
the favorite fwend of Ed Rooney,
the ad brain. Sen. Lyndon John Johnson's
son's Johnson's campaign (for Pre) gets
off In high gear in Look mag via.
a 3-part series in Sept. .There's
gold in !'Redhead," the Gwen 'Ver 'Verdon
don 'Verdon smash. The show has a month
ly profit of $47,000. .industrialle
Dr. J. Myers' interests run,from
extra sensory perception (and
science of the mind) to being
judge (of the most sinful cos costumes)
tumes) costumes) af the Artis's' Equity Ball
.Ringling Bros.-Barnum and
Bailey Circus' Dr. Henderson ex expects
pects expects a rare birth any hour. Twins
to one of the Shetland ponies.
One of the most respected off-B'-
way directors and his young dell
aren't foiling his wife. Telig
chums she'll commit Ruicide if
thev don't end the affair.
Rhonda Flmeing didn't showIlP

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as guest of honor at a party in
tticnelau. She Dew to
'mime leaving tour ot ner oeau oeauirienus
irienus oeauirienus crucoulle tears. .Socie .Society
ty .Society maestro Pat Dorn's new aioum
nas a quaint name: "The oax Lux
ot Pat Dorn". .Doris Lilly, tne
motorail of links, souseity, now
shuns a spot Ware tne
greeted her mai "it, Beautiful!"
."-. Alcoholics Anonymous mem members
bers members are longing coke-and-cotlee
bash for a rich wno
celeorating her ist Year away
from the Bubbly which made her
so Trubb ly at El morocco anu
other gay places. Xrancherie
Brigitte Paynau of "La Plume"
and Michel Modo (of that hit) get
glued on June 'An.. Alice Pearee,
lemmedian, plans to keep Wm. La
Massena laugning all the way to
the church. .0ne Of the famed
au o makers and hie.wile are Wk.-
ing to Renotaries
Jack Barry, quizmaster of the
late "21" program, and pretty
blonde Patty Prebble, an NBC
dritaffer, look serious. Insepar Inseparable....Maa
able....Maa Inseparable....Maa Lynn, of the musicals,
and her ex-husband (Hal Conrad)
are snapping their fingers at the
divorce they got sometime ago.
Thi Little Club was burgled for
the 4th time irt 3 mon.hs. But
they trapped him. A discerning
thief. Took only 8 and 12 .year
old Scotch. Jimmy Ryan, the
52nd Street host, is out of French,
Hospital after a big scare. He must
choose between living to a ripeold-youth
or stay thirsty. .Ma-1
rilyn Hanold of 'Operation Mad-,
ball" and Dan Berlin, plane parts
maker, are Cloud 'ring. Never
Put It In Writing Dept: Gant
Gaither, once the closest chum of
Grace Kelly, hasn't heard from
her since penning the book, "Prin.
cess of Monaco."

The Julie Andrews Tony Wal Walden
den Walden wedding invites in London
May lOth include the "My Fair
Lady" star's New York cook, Ma Madie
die Madie Bragg. .The Anthony Fa les
(Josephine Premice) baby will be
born in Rome, Italy. It's a girl
for the one-time Y. Dorsey band
vocalist Dolly Houston (and her
husband) in Bridgeport. Lloyd
and Susan Willis were also blessed
with a dghtr. Cozy two some
at Sardrs: Ruth White of "Rasho,
mon" and Wolfington Oe "Mu "Music
sic "Music Man". .Georgette Minnellt,
former wife of movie director V.
Minnelli, may go to the altar with
Warren Avis. a Detroit mint.. It's
a boy for the Marvin Per lowing
at Woman's Hosp. .For several
years colyums on both coasts as assumer!
sumer! assumer! aetreqs Elaine Stewart
and Dr. H. Platt were secretly
sealed. Apparently no'. The magic
appears to be hypnotized by Israe Israeli
li Israeli beauty Ziva Rodann.. The high

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cost of living now has bookies at
the Yankees' games handling no
action for less than $25.

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Quentin Reynolds' daughter
Joan is on the mend in a hospital.
Pneu. .Rose Morgan, the form former
er former Mrs. Joe Louis, reurned the
5-karat sparkler to her Canadian
beau. .Conway Baldwin of the
piano clap and lark Jennifer Mar Marshall
shall Marshall tryst at the Golden Fiddle.
Orlando Cepeda, the Giants'
home-run slugger, won't wed his
Puerto Rican fiancee for a few
years. She's 14. Sire Island
has 8 houses for rent. All claim
it's the one Tent). Williams wrote
"Cat" le. .Don Bridges' Nicke Nickelodecrn
lodecrn Nickelodecrn Tavern on Wilshire Blvd
(LA) is the west coast "Bill
Hardy's (the 54th Street joynt)
which has delighted loud singing
patrons for decades. .Boston
shoe tycoon', Aldo If., Aronson has
eone daffy ever actreet
Hams. Those loeg-kisstance phone
bills!

' Wonder what Dr. Castro plans
to do with the S20,000 he go from
a rich and renowned Manhattan
matron? A Castro aide cashed
her check in a Wall St. bank.
Romance in the N.Y. Racing
Ass'n family: Shirlev Day tSecv
to Bob-Kelly of Public Relations)
weds Frank( Smith of the Mutuel,
deptt May leth. ?rile Senate
Rackets Committee (chairman'd
by Senator McClellan) really be believeY
lieveY believeY in practicing austerity. The
committee still uses stationerY
listing Sen. Ives as vice-chairman.
Ives is no longer in the Sen Senate
ate Senate Mark Greenberg moves
from Esquire to Hearst Magaz Magazines
ines Magazines May llth. All that yelling'
you hear from the Detroit
Tigers' front-office. They want
big player trades by June 15th un unleas
leas unleas the club moves up to 4th or
5th place by then.

DAILY
MEDITATION

1(Presentod by tho Department
of Christian Education of the
Episcopal Church in the Mit:.
sionary Diocese of the Panama
Canal Zone).
Ephosians 4:10
THE ENTHRONEMENT OF
THE KING
He that descended is the
same also that ascended up far
above 'all heavens, that he
might fill all things."
The fact of the Ascension means
that Jesus still lives, and more,
He rules! He has gone into eterni eternity,
ty, eternity, but that means today, as welt
as 30 AD, and 2,000 years from
now. Eternity exists now, it is not
simply the tail-end of time, drag dragging
ging dragging on and on. It is timelessness,
a quality, of life, not a measure measurement
ment measurement of it,
During his earthly ministry, our
Lord was bound, as we are, to one
time and place. But when as ascended
cended ascended into eternity, He then till tilled
ed tilled ail times and all places. On
earth, He could reach only a Jew
persons, to heal and teach and
save. But having ascended to the
Father, He can reach -us all.
When He cameto earth, He iame
into our humanness, and when He
ascended, He did n9t leave our
humaness behind; ,He took it with
Him to here it could not reach
of, itself. It is Enimanuel, Godwith-us,
Who has ascended into
Heaven.
"Grant',' wo( beseech three, Al
mighty God, that like is we do
believe Thy only bogotten Son
our Lord Jesus Christ to have as ascended
cended ascended into the heavens; so
may'also irtleart and mind thither
ascend, and with him continually
dwell, 'who liveth and reigneth
with thee and the Holy Ghost,
one God, world wittout end".
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, WASHINGTON;-,:-- Those ..,-who son tor
watched the-masterful wa3r in caucuso
which Sen. lack'Kennedy piloted &oat
his labor bill through the Senate, sota
and also watched the skillful ort- set's, t
position of the Senate's chief labor were -c
critic, Sen. John McClellan of Ar- thei,r di
kansas, wondered how they and Lyndctn
their families could still remain comide
friends.
Though they disagree vigorous- "I b
ly at times over labor, 7ack's bro- dream,
ther Bob, is the able right-hand nedy.
man of Senator McClellan, while came- t
McClellan bat been entertained by said -I
Joe Kennedy lather of Jack and have, el
Bob, at his sOmptuous home in Ike Unt
Palm Beach. - 4
Secret of their public opposi, "I,
tion but private friendship was an dream
advance agreement to disagree. ator Ht
Last year, McClellan had ptg corresp
hit friendship lor the Kennedys dream
ahead of politici and supported said,
Senator ,Kennedy's moderate la- Gird lir
bor reform This caused poll- become
tical repercusions among illeCtel- States.'
Ian's conservative folidwers in Ar- "That
kansas who threatened to back ator Jo
nsGov. Orval Faubus against Mc- talking
clellan in the 1960 Democratic pri- bight."
mary.
STO
The ArktinSAS senator ,there- 1
upon served notice on Kennedy One
that this year he would be obliged life of
to take a more cursading stand intrigue
apainst laborl is the
Each senator expressed his full through
inderstanding of the other's posi- Strauss
tion and agreed to fight on the Sen- This
ate floor yet remain firm friends foundati
off the Senate floor. is presi
In his eagerness, however, Me- trols.
Clellan almost smashed up his
own political bandwagon. He Strata
pushed through a "bill of rights" argumei
amedment which wOuldhave' per- 'carding
mitted the Federal government to fall-out
bring criminal iniuctions againgt Oppenhf
WilOnS that violated any indivi- from gc
dual member's "rights." Vice The t'
President Nixon helped McClel- stuck b
Ian nass the amendment by thin du
breaking a tie vote. manta I
Californ
NIXON'S NECK lard Lil
AEC.
Next morning, Georgia's astute
Gen. Dick Russell, the Southern What
elder statesman, took a close the fact
look at the amendment and no- Foundat
tified his fellow Southerners that gold mt
they had helped put through a who Imo
sneak civil rights bill. The Me- Strauss.
Clellan amendment, he explained
'privately, could be used to de- This 3
searegate SoutheTn labor unions. gold m(
Frantically, McClellan a n d other si
Sou'hem supporters worked out stood bt
a ,compromise that satisfied Ken- 'What
nedy. 'rhe result was a- 90-to-1 to know
vote in favor-it Kennedy:ILx.10f- ists wer
fled bill to curb labor racketeer- by Strat
ing. Strauss
' US Tref
This boosted Kennedy's presi- collect.
dential stock. Jle had, demonstrat-
ed courage ',and skill dining the Ai
Benate debate, Butit left -hihmn's
neek stretched 'out a gi- 1
raffe's length. He was on reeord gainst .0
with a tie-breaking vote for a bassadol
measure that the unions banter jusi
fought bitteriv. Ye', e'er the and Life
final compromise, his -vote hid ture. Thi
bett watted. Bartlett
NoteDespite the 90-1 Senate Byrd an
astnrnval, KentP.dv bin will ginia,
run into stiff opposition in the roll of
House. sylvanla,
rolina,
SENATOR'S DREAMS Young o
Here is the qtory Sen. Williqm Senate
Proxmire of Wiseounsin, the 1)e- that sool
mocrat who hal hAen needling blication
Democratic leader Lyndon John- the cleat

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AstlINGTo
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PEARSON

This year another $5000 and a
gold medal went to Libby, an.
other scientist who unflinchingly
stood behind Strauss.
'What investigating Senators want
t know is whether the two ;dent ;dentists
ists ;dentists were not actually'- rewarded
by Strauss for 'their support of
Strauss by money on which the
US Treasury will not ,be,;able,
collect.

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-The 11 ,Senators 0 yotect
gainst.Clare Boothe Luce as Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador to Brazil will be readipt
?her jusband's, magazines, Time
and Life, very carefully in tbe fu future.
ture. future. The 11 are: Morse,of Oregon,
Bartlett and Gruening of Alaska,
Byrd and Randolph of West Vir Virginia,
ginia, Virginia, Cannon of Nevada, Car Carroll
roll Carroll of Colorado, Clark of Penn Pennsylvania,
sylvania, Pennsylvania, Johnston of South Ca Carolina,
rolina, Carolina, Murray of Montana, and
Young of Ohio.
Senate colleagues are predicting
that sooner or later, the Luce pu5
blications will take these 11 to
the cleaners.

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son for failing to told teniocratia
caucuses., tells friends:,
- Senators Humphrey of Mime.
sota end .Kennedy of tblassachus,
set's,, two presidendat hopeltds,"
were comparing notes regarding k t
the', dreams. With them was Sen.
,Lyndon Johnson of, Texas,- also
comidered a presidential, poosibl
litY : ,
"1 bad ; the most itigniffcint
dream Oast night," Senator Ken-
nedy. confided.'s "The- good Lord
came to me in my dreams : and t,'
said -lack, you are the man I
have, chosen to ims President of
ths United States.' 4
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1' "I, tOii, bad a very interesting
dream last night," ,reported Sen- 1
ator Humphrey, 'but' it does not' e4;''
correspond ;with' yours.-: MY
dream the Lord. came' to, me. and
said, ''Huberti-thou art the Min.
Gird up thy loins and go out- and
become Pre,sident of the' trnited
States.
"That's strange." mused'',.(s ,'
ator Johnson. "I don'tremember
talking to either of you .;,f: last
bight." '

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One interesting chaplet' in the
life of Adm. Lewis Strauss which
intrigues investigating Senators
is the awards given by him
through the "Lewis and Rosa
Strauss Foundation."
This is a tax-exempt family
foundation of which the Admiral
is president and which he con controls.
trols. controls. Strauss his had some sharp
arzumente, with scientistsi, Xe Xe'Carding
'Carding Xe'Carding .-the danger tot gentle
fall-out and regarding Dr;lobert
Oppenheimer. whom he purged
from government.
The two scienfists who have
stuck by hrm through thick and I
thin during thege heated argu arguments
ments arguments are Dr Edward Teller of
California and CommiRsioner Wil Willard
lard Willard Libby, who has Just left the
AEC. t
What intrigues the Senaters is
the fact that last year the Strauss it)
Foundation awarded $5000 and
gold medal to Teller, the man
who has so stanchly supported
Strauss.

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. SHOPPING IN PANAMA
' ..a., as 30 AD, and 2 000 years from 1, -! lf;
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now. Eternity exi'sts now, it is not ,1 l''''''r fit ',,' ,s ',,;'1
Sir: simply the tail-end of time, drag- 7' :,,, p fx: ,.,!:i, ;
ging on and on. It is timelessness,
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y a quality, of life, not a measure measure'
' measure' 1 think "Shop Worn" (Mail Box, April 29), wbo Is so tire.. fm 4
;I n"':n -1 1 la141"MO;Sr410CC'tt ' ,, ,, i, pc,
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. haggling with the merchants of Panama. has taken entirely,. the r, e e FELIX cordially invites feu te 1L,) ment of it ., ; ,,,
, wrong approach to the problem. After all, so few non-tourist Ariagr. considt w i t h Mademoiselle .,.A t During his earthly ministry, our
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leans Ileans buy anything in Panama that the merchants can hardly be Emilie R. de Leon, expert tr..,"::? t Lord was bound, as we Are, to one
I ,' I $.
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' time and place. But when He! gs- 11
blamed for not recognizing a bona fide oldtimnr. lp --;.,,, A,:,,,,..
beautician from the world- y s, -, y: 4
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,,, For the sake of convenience. all Americans on the Isthmus san i'
famous' LANCOMI leauty Se-
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0 divided in threo groupsmilitary. PanCanal and private -blisi- 1 4o
, o ed all times and all places. On
4; .,,!-- 1..,..----.-$,... tended into eternity, He then fill fill,
, fill,
imaginer'. Evervone knows that the first two prouns never. neve 0 .., ,,,e; len in Faris from Nodal until earth, He could reach only a Jew 1
p, 'ff., ,
, gaudter off the Zone except perhaps for a hit of death-defying adven- -....;.. ittelt,, Satutday Mav 9th at On Cos- persons to heal and teach and
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motic Denotement of ow Main
save. But having ascended to the 4 ,,.. k,,''
,!, ..,.. tre., So we can eliminate them as potential city shoppers and con- 4114111114 b' Nis 4,
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,-' eentrate on the third grotto. 41,111141,06.. 1 if Store. All sneer whea -., 4 ., ,1 ,t) , ,L, ; .k r ;r
, Father, He can reach us all. .lett to tightt,, ,.,,, ,,,,,,,..- ., ., t,,, I ',, 1
,!;, 4to The recident American In Panama Inas- p.rob.abl; learned to like -- '' , iii
I When He cameto earth, He iame
- the local situation, or he wouldn't haye stayed...While the military HOCES
1, into our humanness, and when He
: knd Canal peonie ire more or less obligated ta live here, the bust. 2000 op to the minute rooms 9:30 a.m. to 12 noon ascended, He did n9t leave our classic Rose ,, !!!..,, .0,, ,14.,',..,. HAI ::,,Pri,. tell ars per it pc. a!ssins ,. L ,.,..
'' hessman has only his financial situation to answer to. So let's not Nerg sensible gates Include
, 3:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., humanessbehind; ,He took it with Silver Sculpture ,,..;,,Le 23.7; , , ,--.;, ', ' ", .' ,,,
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; . feel sorry for them if they have to argue for a suitabhi lificei',. Fur, Him to here it could not reach
' 1 st
TV and Air Conditioning Her F R E E conaUltatiens ' of, itself. It is Enimanuel, God
Diermore. they know where to shop, and they sren't usuallY lobkini
', for the standard tourist items. wiji be conducted in EngI with-us, Who has ascended into ,,
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' i N .7ten SW H'46 T. E L fish, Spanish and French Heaven.
, LI As far as food is concerned, their hard-working maids can do, gni
,, 11, or they cen go to the new m00ern superregrkels,entypa4e -I
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, believe Thy only bogotten Son
M. e Lt- '' t
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f trice as marked Whst's so tough aliodurtthatl,,,, Pi. 1.1 4' i ')tf' U RiPiltil kit
allib vilify m'I'gGhrtyanto;ort
our Lord Jesus Christ to have es,
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(thbaerleikeeh ithrs tewe' AL rf1114"--41-1"Thy "'sank' ''''' rul '''5 '
. 1 7' "Shop Word" sounds like one of tbitse',.tilsitierVice.'Wiisill frdb. ,,..;
4th "E- HEW YORK
, Some big city in ithe States. She will soon leirn howloolikhllie wits' 1 at 50th St
!, ,, to even venture into Panama City. She can buy almost anything
ON TINES SONAlik 41 16010 Off cended into the heavens; so we
.. , plat is sold (legally) in Panama on the Zone, and probably tbetter
Alfred Lewle,pen. Mort ''' may'also in,lieart and mind thither
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ascend, and with him continually ' ' evve e s ,l,
,.. : ond cheaper at the poft exchange Comolainers like her don't heir MAIN STORE dwell, 'who liveth and reigneth ,,, 4"
,, 'Anything. Let her hibernate on the Zone like her neighbors. She and A ZEcKENDORP HOTEL 22-06 Central Ave. ,,,, , ,-, ,- ,' 1, '
with thee and the Holy Ghost, ,' Central Avenus,
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watched the- masterful War in caucuses., telia friends:,
which Sen. lack' Kennedy piloted Senators Humphrey of Mimi.
his labor bill through the Senate, sota end .Kennedy of thlassachu
and also watched the skillful op- set's,, two preaidendat bopeftds
position of the Senate's chief labor were :comparing notes Tegardini
i critic, Sen. John McClellan of Ar- thei,r dreams. With them was Sen. :'
kansas, wondered how they and Lyndon -Johnson of ..-Texas,-- also
their families could teill remain comidered presiden4, poesibl poesiblfriends.
friends. poesiblfriends. -
Though they disagree vigorous- "I had ; the most significant
ly at times over labor, 0ack's bro- dream,last night," Senator Ken
ther Bob, la the able right-hand nedy. confided.' "The good Lord
man of Senator McClellan, while came-to me in my dreams : and t..
McClellan has been entertained by said -lack, you are the man I
Joe Kennedy, lather of Jack and have, chosen to be President of
Bob, at his stimptuous home in the United States.' 4
Palm Beach. -
Secret of their public opposi, "I, toh, had e vet"? mteresttni
tion but private fdendship was an dream last night," ,reported Sen. I
advance agreement to disagree. ator Humphrey,,mbutv it does not' t41'
Last year, McClellan had put correspond ;with, .yours.:: 'MY
hit friendship for the Kennedys dream the Lord. came' to, me and
ahead of politic!) and supported said, ''Hubert,-thou art, the min.
Senator ,Kennedy's moderete la- Gird up thy loins and go out- and
bor reform bill. This caused poll- become President of the trnite
Heat repercusions MCMit Mead- States.
Ian's conservative follewers in Ar- "That's strange." mused', Sin.
kansas who threatened to back ator Johnson. "I don'tremember
nsGov. Orval Faubus against Mc- talking to either of you 4: last
ciellan in the 1960 Democratic pri- bight." '-
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PERSONS' WHO DAVE RECEIVED (RFT& OF
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Jun M.,' o r sues ar os, s
Jernima C.. do Robinson tilia de Fernifides,
41. Maria, Reid Isidro ,Alvares e
Irma Maturin ," Consuelo lie, Carrera
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COI., JOHN D.. CONLrt,conimanding officer of! Fort ClaytOn. pre&
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The Plus Ultra Club of the
Ebenezer Methodist Church will
break a prededent Stmday by
, honoring one of its members,
Mrsd Eloise Small, as Mother of
.
the Year:
Mrs. Small, a Rainbow City
School teacher activi in commu commuc''
c'' commuc'' nity work, is, an. ardent r,eligious
worker 'and is present considOred
One of the leading Local preach.
ers in the Colon circuit of Me Methodist
thodist Methodist churches. She is associat associated
ed associated :with the choir, Sunday School,
Women's League, and also ser serves
ves serves as assistant organist of- the
goed speaker, she is frenuent frenuently
ly frenuently ,,invited, to speak by. numerous
religious and secular groups on
both sides'of the Isthmus. She 1
6 was recently honbred by the Rain-
bow 'Citx community 'for her work
cOnpection With -juvenile de delinquents
linquents delinquents and women Prisoners
at the GAtun Sal
daughter, Jabinta,
!mutt In& on a echolarshili grant grantett.,
ett., grantett., through' the Division of
The rincipal iddreiti ';111 be
' delivered .13y, Mrs. ,Clarisse Arthur,
,''', another poptiter 4- community
figure.'3, and director of be
Beavers;DramatiC
'Ells' seryied which commences
, at 1 atm. ',Will be 'conducted by
, 1Yrr Medore Evering, president
' the' Club.
'he olub held a 'benefit fashion
1 e before.a packed house at
, Camp Nerd Theater on. A Apra,
pra, Apra, 30.,,
inoders disPlayeti good taste
in- choieeL,of material and
styles. Particatiarly mentioned...
was:Mrs. Norma'Peat Redman,
who .modelled tea and casual
wear". Mrs. Patsy Clarke, model modelling
ling modelling it dress made by herself also
won plaudits in travel wear re receiving
ceiving receiving a nignt 'table sionated by
Muebleria Meriden& Many of
the other models displaying o orighils
righils orighils designed by dressmakers
in Colon realm& special mention.

Jitia Club To Honor
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The Straglows and Orchids,
two of Colon's leading quartets;
caputured the audience witr their
close harmony, singing, returning
'for several encores. Mrs. Elsa
'Skeete, soprano, also came In for
encores.
Miss Mole Alphonse and her
International aevue of .Panama
City featured several ,beautifully-wobed
young ladies model modeling
ing modeling and dancing to the music
of the various countries they re represented':
presented': represented': The most outstanding
of Allis troupe were the Misses
Englant China, Egypt and Gha Ghana.
na. Ghana. Judgei for' the show were Miss
Vincel ,Seele,, Miss Elene Williams
and Theephilus Meyers.

Dentist s Drilling
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AVOWS Dr,,Monheim
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the.-. dentist 'chair is agony,
tisomeone is, goofing," a Univer University
sity University of Pittsbutgh dentistr4 profes professor
sor professor said today.
Dr. Leonard M. Monheim told
the Massachusetts Dental So Society
ciety Society "it should be pleasure to
come to the dentist."
"There's, nothing that riles me
like hearing about pain in dentistry,r-
Monheim said. "There is
absolutely nothing I couldn't do in
dentistry without causing pain to
the patient. ,And there's nothing
magic about it. 'Any dentist can
work without pain."
Heslaid new drugs, and correct
use-sof nresent drttgs, should elimi eliminate
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ENDS VACATION
GRIANTE DE CADENARBIA,
Italy (UPI) West Crerman
Chancellor Konrad. Adenauer left
for home yesterday after a three threeweek
week threeweek vacation in thia north Italian-
resort.

esents a Certificate of Achieve Achieve'and
'and Achieve'and scr stand hSt
(US AMY Photo).

Emmy Aytaids To,Be
'bided Out tonight
To..190

HOLLYWOOD (UN)Top hon honors
ors honors in the television world will' be
handed out tonight at the 1th
annual "Emmy" award ceremo ceremonies
nies ceremonies and the proceedings are
threatenLd with 'picketing by
NBC's striking technicians.
A mob of TV personalities was
to be on hand for the aff;ir in
Hollywood, New York and Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D.C.'
The gold sratuettes were sought
by more than 190 nominees in 42
categories.
Striking technicians, in a. dis dispute
pute dispute with NBC over the recent
videotaning of Dave Garroway's
"Today" show in Paris, threat threatened
ened threatened to picket the affair which is
being beamedo via the network.
The 112 hour show, scheduled
for 10 r m. On NBC,TV, paw- exe executives
cutives executives manning artieraS.
Among the shows nominated
were some. the striking tech technicians
nicians technicians handlettliefore the labor
dispute started so a few pickets
will be in formal,evening clothe;
in case, they
Among the 4avorites for',Ohe' too
awards were '"An' Evening With
Fred Astaire," "Playhouse 90"
and a passle of Westerns.
The nationwide television audi audience
ence audience get a chance to see a num number
ber number oLpoliticians, enlisted to make
presentations during the Washing
ton seginents of the show.
Lined up to make presentations
for the news and public :service
awards were Vice President
Richard M. Nixon,,U.S. Sen. Mike
Mansfield (P-Mont.), Secretarpof
Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson,
John C. Doerfer, chairman of the
Federal Communications Commis Commission,
sion, Commission, and House Speaker Sam
Rayburn.
One award was not secret. Bob
Hope, the ailing comedian who
originally was to have been one
of the show's masters of ceremo ceremonies,
nies, ceremonies, was namedin advance,to
receive one' of the gold "baubles"
for "brifiging the great gift of
laughter'to all peoples of all na nations."
tions." nations." It was a special award.

THREE of lithe slit employes who 'weri retlied rank serVice with the Canal in April are shown
with Oov W.,E. Potter who presented them 'With their retirement certiricates in a ceremony,
held last week fri the 'Governor's OffWe at Balboa Heights': Rrom left to rightfare Capt. Wil William
liam William Calcutt, panama Canal pilot; Hobert M. Blakely, lead 'foreman Inachtnist ht the Inv
,dustrial Division; Capt. Clinton,BaverstOck, pilot; and Potter. Other employes who retired last
Mnnth but who' were nnable tn, attend ,the ceremony were Emerson W. Cottrell, control house
,operator at Gatun LOcks; 'Joseph Itanco'urt, marine machinist in the Indnoritai nivinion;
and Andrew A. Whitlock,,,gdnerlengineer: the,,,Industrial biviston.
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NEW ORLEANS (UPI).A "sen "sensitive
sitive "sensitive and, brilliant" 13-year-old
boy hacked one little girl to death
and slashed another with adagger
when they fought his sexual ad advances
vances advances in a berry patch' after
school, police said yeaterdx1;-
1 Authorities said 'the 'boy, ninth ninthgrade
grade ninthgrade pupil Edward.A. Herty, ad admitted
mitted admitted the stabbings hi a' wooded
area Tuesday. He was arrested
shortly after the girls were found
and was held by juvenile authori authorities
ties authorities "for delinquency for murder
and attempted murder."'
The coroner's office said Coithy
Feh ler, 12, was stabbed 43times
and-. spa sexually molexted. The
Other girt, Judy Guillot WaS
stabbed- in the back and neck but
escapea fatal wotmds because the
tbree-inch blade of the dagger
broke when it hit g bone in the
slain girl's body.
'Police said Herty, tall for his
age, was 4 "sensitive, brilliant
boywell-mannered and polite.",
He is a Boy Scout and an honor
student in school.
He was taken to Judy's bedside'
at Charity Hospital by police.
"That'll him," she criect
"That's him."
Police said Cathy and Judy had1
gone into the woods after classes
at the St. Francis Cabrini School
to hunt for ,clewberries.
Two women found them later
lying in a poolof blood and ran
te the home ef haepit J. rendes'',
an aequatntanee of the girls' fam families.
ilies. families. Fendusa -said Judy was eon eonacious
acious eonacious when be reached the scene.
"She begged me to stay with
her," he said. "Then she said
something 1111 remember as long
as I live-131r. Joe, do you think
I'll be out of the hospital In time
for Mother's Day?"
Judy's mother, Wm Juanita
Guillot Struber, stayed ,at her
daughter's bedside all night in the
hospital. But she said Judy would
tell her nothing about the stab stabbing
bing stabbing because it was "too horri horrible."
ble." horrible." Cathy was the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Fehler. Her fa father,
ther, father, a clerk at a Belleville, M.,
racetrack, rushed to New Orleans.

Manhattan Ladies
To Sponsor te0
Party, Concert

The Manhattan Ladies will be
sponsor a "pink tea party and
concert" in aid of the "Rio Abajo
Methodist Church on May 17.
Besides tea and cokes and
cookies, there will be a mock wed.
ding. The .bride and groom, the
minister, tlin mother and father,
the bride's maids, tbe Page b03'
and the guests will be rspresented
by small tots between the ages of
5 and 6, dressed in the color.. pt
the rainbow.
Items by favorite local artists
will also be rendered. Entrees fee
will be 50 cents.

TO ATTEND CONFERENCE

BEIRUT, Lebanon (UPI) An
Iraqi delegation willattend the
Communist supported May 8
peace conference in Stockholm,
Baghdad radio said today. The
move was regarded as another in indication
dication indication of growing Communist
influence in Iraq.

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Italian, addition 10 Holtrwincrs,
glamour gall al T.Is Luciana
Paluszi. A veteran of Zuropean
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17 Blackbird of ''-' 6 T"hil secret society -4111n the matter
el. me regular monthly meeting of similarities to that of Jesus de
,,,, cuckoo latrill, Imi 30 Interpret of (law)
the Panama-C.Z VV Club will be IS Health resort 33-Winter Galindes, the Columbia UniTersi- Be,' whap be lived from, 1939 'to - .. . ,..,.- ---
32 Grafted (her.) 49 Pair of singers ty profeasor. who valaished without 1647 ''''' ':''' ----. '- '' -- '' G ,, ,,,,,,-,,-, -,,, s s7 "''''' '.
.i '- held Saturday at 7 P arti. at the ;,- 'Vehicles 36 Thralls 51 Cucumber,
' rigid:Ant Tru,,direiinctrian,doi
S. loth Men' Mice held deschbig
, 20 Charger a fries 81 a Manhattan subway
Pairterenstea ermantimpossibie.,-,,,--
, .,4 so Panama Hilton Hotel. Election and- 21 Deep hole -,.,' 3 Back of neck 37 Indian tents for instance entrance in 1935. -
a molten drug Coliunbus,,Collegh.,there; among
- installation of officers for the 22 shad on Mlles I 38 Foolish fellow 54 Editors (ob.) Plthaelti .,,,.-T---1---,------;,,- ',-''''----0,:,' -'",',',,t,-,--, :-,-,,, ,,,
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the students st that time was Ilia vitt newspaper warned the. West '' '''.
: :4. ':. i. , -1' Alfredo) Paella' Pamiel,- export
', MOSCOW (UPI.i.'-A' reading So. -, .-4.
-- , .i. ',,,y,,,,.'5'7,t this meeting. Members are urged
t 24 Trobanposes, ''..--' In, 6,,un manager for.
, r,,,,,44,,....4,.., to attend. The business meeting 25 Go by aircraft 0.311fin 311111mon Dominicaa :dictatorte eldest' son,' today it should,- not -count on ; ,,,' ',
!airs tmr, elbelf t2oPsob or t -eruct
r : wW be followed by a dinner-dance Paribnolsito. pRBatatuel
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.: --- i 28 Customer, Imm,,...., American Airways flight for. Chi. Rafael Jr. better known as "Rant. unifying East and West Germany ., ,4i
at the Bella Vista Room ler which 31 Fish ,, illinimmi inianuni dad Trujillo, the Domini
can ispt. fis"-who, got headlines in the US through '4n-called ftee elections. r. .,
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, ,4.vak,:.4&,-- utmellr. ..11 reservations must be made. 33 Female rabbit lie. yen nee ine no last year for his gifte of expensive It said Western 'politicians should '''...
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, ''.-1-7:,, :',---,,-';. ,1 : r- 34 Unit of weight igligignims 211111111111111.11 .. cars tad furs, te film ; stars., ZIA koow t that "It Cannot, happen.k- '14
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Red-ted Railmen 35 Conclusloo alutiumir rilloswil it i 21, on El NE no His name appears on both ,
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36 Bilins 1111111.1 Z11111111.11111 A81111111111111111.11 Haiti's irimigration records and 4. De bi- bite' '7':" 4 ''" 1.''''''''' '':' 'The nilispriper Sovietskaya Rog. i .-
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, ', "-:,..',--, 1.''''''' .'.1' ' command ' 1.11111111117,1A111141r42111111111 dislaimed aU knowledge of
, N -'.'s. .V.,:l.',, , Strike In Defiance , (P11 511.2,,,..miimm
42 Chemical ma Aug n that lane. Airline officials
take p man tb ,
also-insist there can be no doubt s id
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oug co sidr able
v once that Galindo M IV have of the. Communist"Party. andthe
Council of Ministers of the Russian
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43 Eternity marallanill that he got off.at Ciudad Trujillo. be kid ped a -- --- republic, largest of the15 rePublice
Yet Dominican authorities Latly en naP and t hen te that which make up the Soviet 'Union
country, and it .8tOpiers certain , -,- -. .- ' 5.'
, .. 46 Fiber knot. .' UMW AIME deny that Alfredo Perena Panne' D.,..ena i '-,- - -"'' '' ',-.V-t --,i'' ' --l
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47 Swift arrived there. His family and em. ''
Unlike Galindo however the The article by G.."Dadiyants, de. o
PARIS (UPI)-About two-thirds 50 Livelinese gijimmur mom ployers never ,heard from him ii.. a., ,,,, ,,, 0 tiered the ; -Western ;,', "package ,,,
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.e, er-o d Peron b94,1;9 knoWa Flan' drawn up for presentation -sk
, of France's 24,000 railway engi- (slangI gain, nor has anyone reported seC "'
enemies.- -
neers and firemen today walked 52-- Juana rimEmv oonargoata,, ing him since 'that day.
4 4 A o the Russians- at Geneva next '.
Married and the father of iour
i ,,, ,..,', ,431,...-,.,.. ,.., ----. off the )ob for 24 hours in 53 Thoroushfare ,J11112'.111regiligir dill. The drug firm hired a private. children, he la described by' friends e
we k merely reaffirms old pro- ,LA 1
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pose s or e cation of Ger Ger,
, Ger, ?. ,.,...' ;:.,,,,..--4-.4. .,..-, ,,,-.1.,,,,,' the first major open test of finches iiii investigator to retrace Perenata and associates as a gentle,' mi. many on "Western terms." ,.
57 Shifted Ellitill 1111111h111111111111 steps from the time he left Mexic6 able man, devoted to his Willy.
strength between the Communists
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58 Seasonings unmillum inmona City on tne morning of Feb. i, le package 'plan, hammered ,,
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items Ilgiommill PRince. There, at the passenger Y
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10 Corpulent 1111.1111111111111111 1.1111.111111111.11.1.1" gate of the larPort, the trail end- He had mgde four rtrevious, un- ters, wraps together proposals for
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,, ca 1 Perena from photographs,' but p esentatives received a tele. - II
, The nationwide strike w a s Strolling Harry Condemns Velde,- Dies T gram from Perena the morning of
'4""""&,............ called by the Communist-dominat- crhe' East Germati;CoMmunist
Feb. 20, laying he
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ed General Weaker' Confedera- would be there youth newspaper- "Young World' 0.
0 described the PresideneY al -Ine later that day. 4
, tion in what amounted to a pro-
highest honor in the world i....but Wednesday rejeeted the ,. -Allied
Mexico's foreign mi I 4'
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.. test 'against de Gaulle's austerity For Mishandling House Committee the hardest job." . r n strY has package!,'. plan sipproach41t -said ,.
. now stepped into the cast. ins- the. plan revived :, old ;proposals
program. Ostensibly the 'walkout He said he would not advise any t t-
, Miss Carole Simone Hutchison was to enforce demands for high- ,... 0 boy today to, seek the, traditional ruc mg the Mexican ambassador from "political. m th
in Ciud d Tr 0 b Us and
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a uplio to demand a Would only "btirden the confer.
.., er wages, bonuses and pensions. WASHINGTON (UPI) For- "used to browbeat the hell out of high goal.
', JOHN NORMAN ALBRIGNT, FORMER ISTHMIAN, It was the first major work mer Preildent Harry S. Truman witnesses." Not, even his grandson? full investigation by authoritlit ence table" at Geneva.) '- -
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WILL CLAIM BRIDE IN OKLAHOMA THIS MONTH stoppage in France since de said toda:y Ale was aiming at Truman said a congressional "Not even my worst enemy,' , ,
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..'. Gaulle returned to power last two past chairmen of the House committee chairmitn "should be he said.
Announcement has been made of the ongegement of Miss Car- June. -However, there have beep Committee on Un-American Acti- like a judge in court, remember- "Nevertheless, he made it clear : ,,
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oltrSimone Hutchison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Hutchison of rumblings of dicontent in t h e vales when he called the grouP ing the Bill of Rights and respect- that:the most satisfying experience o t
Barnsdal, Okla. to Mr. John Norman Albright, son of Mrs. Jessie ranks of French labor over de ..th most un-Americag thing in ing a witness' rights,' Committee in on-
his so to-be 75 years was the 'i s., 't i 'THE VOICE OF i
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. Albright of Mt. 'Ranier, Md., and Arthur A. Albright of Gatun. Gaulle's belt-tightening economic the ecountry toditY." members, he said, should not sit presideney. I ift31,- ''' t 1 1
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The bride-elect is majoring in humanities in the g midnight. sity lecture last week did not re- At one point during the morn- shouted, "keep giving it to 'em,, r,
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oral Arts, Oklahoma State Univtersiy, and will receive her baths- The 6,000 members of the So- the presents committee ing walk, villich led the one-time Harry!" N y... ..,T
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i lees degree in January. cialist and Catholle railroad -on- headed by Chairman Francis E. occeeatt past the "big white pris- "Haven't I got a terrible repo- , .;
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k Mr. Albright, a graduate of Cristobal High School, is majoring ions ignored the Red-led strike Walter (D-Pa.). on" (the White House), Truman tation,' Truman. said. .
In history at the university, and will receive hie bachelor's dpgroo call and remained on the job. Instead,' he told reporters on a , ..
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holds the rank of melee in the ROTC. .
Oxygen Masks ly meant two other chairmen- . - '., t .
. Velde and Dies." He said Walter
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"has done a good job."
Air. and Mrs. Carpenter of their daughter, Miss Pamela For Passengers Former Rep. Harold H. Velde t
GOS1IP ,IN, GOT,14445 p Spiegel's yaeht finishing-the film 4 ',
, To Visit In Statel Carpenter, who is completing her (R-111.) was chairman during the p Itsoviv , , ,.,k,,13,.. script of "Siiddenly Lae Sum.
' Bruce Carpenter, manager of studies at Connecticut College in On New Jetliner Republican controlled 33rd Con- Ethel Merman's baekstage bat-, men" ;., DonaldsO'Conner WaS io
, the First National City Bank of New London, Conn. gress in 1953-54. tie with Jerome -Robbilis, dire,c-,Impreand' OriT 'T -,,- it
fres& Brrer's
, New York in &lima, and Mrs. SAN DIEGO, Calif. (UPI) -A Truman made it plain he tor of "Gypsy," threaten to be-. act at- the Sa ire in- Us egas,
' Carpenter plan to leave the Isth- Balboa Woman's Club traveller on the new jet-propelled resented Velde's having sub-
come more colorbil than the Do- he Wants to do a TV spectacular
nius Monday for New York to Plans Installation stratospheric airliners mignt ask, penaed him in November. 1953, te lores Gray-Michael Kidd feud with her,,usieg.her clanging as
. spend two months vacation in the Anniversary Luncheon "What happens if the cabin pres- testify about Ms handling of es, :' when "Destry" was on the road, Yell as her vocal talent. ''. .Twe :
United States. The Balboa Woman's Club will sure drops too low?" pionage charges against the late ,' ', Although Ethel drw,:',magnificrt invasion forces, ere preparing,. to
hold its thirteenth anniversary Builders, of the Jitsek new 110- Harry Dexter White.,-, , WA
4, 4 ,: 4, 000 8 .. , :
peraonal notice.- roM,Ilie oat a, leave- Cuba. for,Thilt1 end Part. :
, x--- ,'', ., -- luncheon ande installation Of ofile- -assenger Convair model 880-jet- Truman ignored the SUbpena t,- t frf ', 4'' ; and wild 'appleuie from, atidiences guay, leaking fourJ'triPs :loaded ',
EASY WAY TO KILL ers for 1959-1960 next Wednesday ?Men currently being t e s t e d, and Velde later withdrew IL
she's still of the opinion thatthere witlk arms'and men,,The ono going
at noon in the Fern Room of the thought of that problem when Rep. Martin Dies (D-Tex.), who should be sante changes made in te, Paraguay will land in 'Argenti. .,4
, ROACHES AND ANTS Tivoli Guest House. they designed the craft. lost his seat last year in a. Texas -, ,,,,tt 4,,
the show to improve the -overill na, make the rest ''. of thel-- trip
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Reservations or cancellations
Scientists recommend that you eon- Built-in oxygen masks will be reapportionment, became chair- production, and Robbins doesn't overland. Leslie Sheldon, ;,the 't -'
should be made before noon Mon.
,: had man of the committee in 1939 and see eye-to-eye with het. The pretty blond who Will appeair.at
trot ;Inches daft ants the modern, day with Mrs. S. H. Rowley, Bel- ready to pop out of an over t .11
STRAINS BUTS ,t11.11W-- JUNIOR' 1430he
, compartment for each passenger eave the committee s i s name i ,iij0 smart money, as usual, is betting the Waldorff with George Gobel
way.. with, Johnston's NO-ROACH. boa 3674, or Mrs. Grover Luce, :
lobygelsheohlw Allet diced
if the need arises. those early days "The Dies Ceto- ..., on Merman. Despite what Fidel when 'he opens 'May 4, used to
Brushed jumt where you want it, the Balboa 1488.
, Normal cruising altitude of the mittee." building proteins "1.,, fruits, vogotablas Castro says, leftists have taken stooge for Ddlilliii Day in his,cafe, 48
calories' coating kills these pests. 615,,mile-an-hour craft will be Truman said Dies was a "dem- Thr
. end vitamins from Vil,'1 end saw evdt control of information and com act. She es ed Dennis onstage in,
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Itisiiirtrective tor months, unitary, between 30,000 and 40,000 feet. agogue like McCarthy" and LS
'sum, these pure, tempts 14111 ate best ter Munication systems in Cuba- a spoof on Mickey Ilargitay and o
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including 'newspapers, rsclie and Jayne Mansfield. .
and easy to Mt. 01. Ide.; pint BEGIN TOUR
Mg moots. 3,401, older beiges.
- S1.69 Get NO-ROACH at Bella Vista BERLIN (UPI)
- An economic
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of Ions plans to take in- Californian's report that Amia
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, delegation of 31 persons from 22
Comintssary, & your favorite food atructions in the Citholit faith, Maria Alberghetti seems to be in
' Mrican states today began a Get the one and only
AMMM000"' - t then, marry Italian Prince Rai. love with Claudio Guzman, a MU
stage. Dist. by La Riskayna. i three-day tour of West and Cern- monde Orsini whether or t her Aden who apparently doesn't pre. '
,, munist East Berlin. (.1)
, former husband, the Shi who sent all, the problems inherent in
GERM-FIGIITING TOOTIIBRUSII ., AA
s. Ella JUNIOR MIMS id his life hes found a her idyll with' Budd Bre men
put her. o y g
new bride . men Blc Lois D
Shaer Car eFee, who was so thrilled
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of germs that fattener bold to it? the men- for the balance of her doing a Broadway Musical titled
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REGISTRATION: THURSDAY & FRIDAY I S 01111 Ktylk th4Ist and-dancer 11vose torrid ro Regard if yen Will the name of
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, : NA NINIttroloded mance with Edith- Pier mode him a new jazz legman: Storm, Brew-
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- 7th & 8th May at the 14A, Balboa-3-6 p.m. West's l''
Dre s 441144 ordinary nursing foe geed bleed. an item on this side of the Atian-' in. . Finch couturire Pierre 4- :
, nipple. tic earlier in the year; Plats in. Balmain has notions of setting up,
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, Classes in Colon every Wedne,sday and Friday 3 6 It 5 1 .
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R.m. at the Interamerican Women's Ciuh--Colon. T n 'eV (hilt', r, ,,, about when he tut out on the love fashion. Elaine Lorillard plans
, Tel.: Colon'1145A ,,, scene. Steve Allen's new auto to set up her own jazz festival to
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JOHN NORMAN ALBRIGFIT, FORMER ISTHMIAN,
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Announcement has been made of the engdgement of Miss Car Carole
ole Carole Simone Hutchison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Hutchison of
Barnsdal, Okla. to Mr. John Norman Albright, son of Mrs. Jessie
Albright of Mt. 'Ranier, Md., and Arthur A. Albright of Gatun.
The wedding vows will be exchanged May 25 in St. Andrew's
Illy-The-Campus,Episcopal Church, Stillwater, Okla.
The bride-elect is majoring in humanities in the College of Lib Liberal
eral Liberal Arts, Oklahoma State Linivtersiy, and will receive her bacilli bacillilees
lees bacillilees degree in January.
Mr. Albright, a graduate of Cristobal High School, is majoring
In history at the university, and will receive his bachelor's degree
this month. Hs is a student assistant in the History Department, and
holds the rank of malor in the ROTC.

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Balboa Woman's Club
Plans Installation
Anniversary Luncheon
The Balboa Woman's Club will
hold its thirteenth anniversary
luncheon and,- installation of -Uric:
ers for 1959-1960 next Wednesday
at noon in the Fern Room of the
Tivoli Guest House.
Reservations ,or cancellations
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delegation of 31 persons from 22
African states today began a
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the Pan-anis-CZ VW Club will be
held Saturday at 7 p.m. at the
Panama Hilton Hotel. Election and andinstallation
installation andinstallation -of officers for the
coming year will take place at
this meeting. Members are urged
to attend. The busintst meeting
wW be followed by a dinner-danc
at the Bella Vista Room for which
reservations must be made.
PARIS (UPI)About two-thirds
of France's 24,000 railway engi engineers
neers engineers and firemen today walked
off the job for 24 hours in
walked off the job for 24 hours in
the first major open test of
strength between the Communists
and President Charles de Gaulle.
Commuter and suburban serv services
ices services in and out of Paris and
other major cities were hard hit.
But international and long-distance
operations were reported
near normal.
The nationwide strike w a s
called by the Communist-dominated
, General Waken! Confedera Confederation
tion Confederation In what amounted to a pro protest
test protest -against de Gaulle's austerity
program. Ostensibly the 'walkout
was to enforce demands for high higher
er higher wages, bonuses and pensions.
It was the first major work
stoppage in France since de
Gaulle returned to power last
June. --However, there have beep
rumblings of dicontent in t h e
ranks of French labor over de
Gaulle's belt-tightening economic
policies.
The 24-bour strike started at
midnight.
The 6,000 members of the So Socialist
cialist Socialist and Catholic railroad un unions
ions unions ignored the Red-led strike
call and remained ,on the lob.
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traveller on the new jet-propelled
stratospheric airliners migrit ask,
"What happens if the cabin pres pressure
sure pressure drops too low?"
,Bailders, of the ,,sleek new 110-
passenger Convair model 880-jetliner,
currently being t es te d,
thought of that problem when
they designed the craft.
Built-in oxygen masks will be
ready to pop out of an overhead
compartment for each passenger
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615-mile-an-hour craft will be
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mer Preildent Harry S. Truman witnesses."
said today he was aiming at Truman said a
two past chairmen of the House committee chairmtr
Committee on Un-American Acti- like a judge in cour
vales when he called the group ins the Bill of Right!
ing a witness' right!
"the most un-Americah thing in
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daily morning walk, "I specifical specifically
ly specifically meant two other chairmen
Velde and Dies." He said Walter
"has done a good job."
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(R-111.) was chairman during the
Republican controlled g3rd Con Congress
gress Congress in 1953-54.
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resented Velde's having sub-
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iltirry Dexter White.,,
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and Velde later withdrew it.
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lost his seat last year in a. Texas
reapportionment, became chair chairman
man chairman of the committee in 1939 and p
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those early days "The Dies Com- .1ii-.- e
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witnesses."
Truman said a congressional
committee chairmitn "should be
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two Months ago, of a Spaniah.
born naturalised citizen.
Tha case has some remarkable
similarities to that of Jesus de
Galindez, the Columbia Univers!.
ty profeasorwho vanished without
a tics at a Manhattan tubway
entrance in 935. 4
Alfredo) Perenr Pamies, export
manager for a Mexican drug
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last Feb'. 20 aboard a nonstop Pau
American Airways flight for Clu.
dad Trujillo, the Dominican ispi.
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deny that Alfredo Perena Paroles
arrived there. His family and gm.
ployers never heard from him a-,
gain, nor has anyone reported tee teeing
ing teeing him since that day.
The drug firm hired a private
investigator to retrace Perenate
steps from the time he left Mexico
City on the morning of Feb. 16:
to Havana, Miami, and Portau
PRince. There, at the passenger
gate of the airport, the trail end ended.
ed. ended. Crew members of Pan Anes
flight 433 Feb. 20. cannot now re.,
call Perena from photographs, but
described the presidency as "the
highest honor in the world .but
the hardest job."
He said he would not advise any
boy today to, seek the traditional
high goal.
Not, even his grandson?
"Not even my worst enemy.'
he said.
"Nevertheless, he Made it clear
that,the most satisfying experience
in his soonto-be,75 years was the
presidency.
A man in s passing car poked
his head out the window and
shouted, "keep giving it to 'em,
Harry!"
"Haven't I got a terrible IP
tation,' Truman. said.
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IMO maidled shows him aboard
and debarking at Ciudad Trujillo.
, There are interesting parellels
with Galinders disapperance;
1.Soth were Spaniards who left
their native country, when ?rano
toolroyer, , 1. A 2,
1,Aa' Galindez Penns first
migrated to the Dol'ninican Repub.,
whep be livel from 193a
1947. r
'8 loth Menbnce held deschhlt
posts in Trujilloland. Paella was
assistant director of Christopher
Columbus College k,there; among
the students at that time was ,tho
Dominican dictator. eldest son,,
Rafael Jr. better known as "Ram.
fis"who, got headlines in the' US
last year for his gifte of expeasive
cars aad furs, tb film stars.,Zsa
Zs Gabor And Novak,,
4. Dominican:authorities have
dislaimed aU knowledge of Siam'
man, though there is considreable
evidence that Galindes may have
been kidnapped and teken te that
country, and it appliers certain
Perena arrived there.
Unlike Galindu, however, the
$3.year.old Perna bed, no known
enemies.-
Married and the father of four
children, he is described by friends
and associates as a gentle, W.
able man, devoted to his family.
The head of the drug firm calls
Poen I'my most trusted emido emido310
310 emido310 He had made four turevious, un uneventful
eventful uneventful business trips to the Do Dominican
minican Dominican Republic,' the last in
March, DM The drug company's
representatives received a tele.
gram from Perena the morning of
Feb. 20, saying he would be there
later that day.
Mexico's foreign ministry has
now stepped into the case. ins instructing
tructing instructing the Mexican ambassador
in Ciudad Trujillo to demand a
fun investigation by authoritiel
GOSVP IN GOTWAS5t
,
Ethel Merman's backstage bat battle
tle battle with Jerome Robbitts, dtreV
tor of "dypsy," threaten to be-'
come more colorbil than the Do Dolores
lores Dolores Gray-Michael Kidd feud
when "Destry" was on the road,
Although Ethel drew,',magnificent
pergonat notices front tAte eritirs,
and 'wild Appian:is from glidlences
she's still of the opinion that'there
should be OM. changes made in
the show to improve the -over-ill
production, and Robbins doesn't
see eye-to-eye with her. The
smart money, as usual, is betting
on Merman. .Despite what Fidel
Castro says, leftists have taken
control of information and com communication
munication communication systems in Cuba
including 'newspapers, radio and
TV. .Princesa SoraYa, ex-Empress
of Irsn, plans to take in inatructions
atructions inatructions in the Catholic faith,
then, marry Italian Prince Rai.
mondo Orsini whether or nOt her
former husband, the Shilt who
put her out hie life, hes fotind a
new bride Singer Carmen Mc
Rae sacked the local rhythm sec section
tion section hired for her tour of England
after the first three dates, because
of clashing temperaments. Then
she cheered up and agreed to pay
the men- for the balance of ber
tour.
Geraldine Gleason, the comely
teenager, is being screen tsted-L,
an event blound to be exciting to
her daddy, Mr. Jackie Gleason.
Marten as her leadind man. Fe Ifx
, Marten as her leading man. Flex
is the handsonte young sonvandand-dancer
whose torrid iv.
- mance with Edith, Pier made him
an item on this side of the Alan.'
tic earlier in the year; Plats In Intimates
timates Intimates believed her mrvous
breakdown was largely brought
about when he cut out on the love
scene. Steve Allen's new auto
sponsor wants him to pack his
wife and luggage into a station
Ig011 and drive to the Coast in
June. ."The,Nun's Story" pro promises
mises promises to be one of the moving if
controversial, pictures of tr com coming
ing coming seaion. A very ,cool priest at
a recent screening took issue with
some of the severe discipline op!.
Bodessaki he ',was sure they
were exaggerated.
Comedian Jack E. Leonard, an
aristocrat of the fast one-liners. is
looking for an list Side site for
night club seating Broiled 1-00
customers. Ile plans, with back backing
ing backing by Danny StrLdella (of DIM DIMny's
ny's DIMny's Iiideawa) to open a cafe
called Fat Jack's, with a show
featuring hmself, a girl singer and
Jack Xelly's trio. .Tennesses Wil WilHams
Hams WilHams has left 'for Trance. He'll
spend a coupleof week& On Sam

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vitt tewspaper warned the. West
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MOSCOW (UPI)-LA leading'
vitt newspaper warned the. West
t o d y -it shotdd not 'count on ,,, 1
unifying East and West Germany
through Hoo-called ftee elections.
It said Western politicians should
ktkow tthat ,44It cannot happee
The nilispaper Sovietskaya Boa Boalay;
lay; Boalay; is the official daily publication
of the Communist"Party and, the
Council of Ministers of the Russian
republic, largest of the.15 republics '41
which ,make up the Soviet 'Union.,
'
The article by G. Dadiyants, de.
tiered, the Western "package t
plan' drawn up for presentation 8)
to the Russians at Geneva next
week merely reaffirms old pro proponds
ponds proponds for the unification of Ger- ''''
many on "Western terms."
Ths package plan, hammered
out by the U.S., British, French
and West German foreign minis ministars,
tars, ministars, wraps together proposals for
dealing with the German problem,
Berlin and general Turopean, se.
curity.
(The' East German ,Communist
youth newspaper "Young JWorldt
Wtednesday rejebted the Allied
loackage',4 plan approach.lt said
the plan revived old "proposals
from 4:political mothballs' and
would only "burden the confer conference
ence conference table at Geneva.)

Splegel's yacht finishing Ills film
script of "Stiddenly Last Sum.
mer." .DonaldpO'Conner was so
impressed' with 'Teresa' Brewer's
act at- the Sahara lir Tolg Vegas,
he wants to do a TV spectacular
with her, using her danding as
ai her vocil 411ent. Two
inyasion forces ere preparing! to
leave- quba, for,fialti mu! Pita.
guay, -Making four JUIN loaded
with. arms' and men, The one going
to, Paraguay will lend in 'Argenti
na, make the rest of the' trip
overland. .Leslie Sheldon, ; the
pretty blond who will appeatv at
the Waldorlf with George Gobei
when he opens 'May 4, used to
stooge for Day in his cafe
act. She canied Dennis onstage in.
a spoof on Mickey liargitay and
Jayne Mansfield.

Californians report that An lit,
Maria Alberghetti seems to be in
love with Claudio Guzman, a mu-
sician who apparently doesn't pre present
sent present all, the problems inherent in tI4
her idyll with' Buddy Bregman.,.
Lois De Fee, who was so thrilled
over her daughter's Impending
motherhood, sadly reports that ot
the baby died just 27 hours kafter
it was born. .Rosemary Clooney
and Jose Ferrer are thinking of
doing a Broadwiy Musical titled
"The Lady Who Owns Central
Park," with Jose In the director's
seat. The title makes it seund as
if it might be related to the oid,
old, old, AI, Jolson movie, "Hal "Hallelujah
lelujah "Hallelujah I'm a SUM". NatICY
Oakes, the Baroness Honyngen
Huene, la slowly recuperating in ;
London after a major operation...
Regard if you will the name of
a new jazz flagman: Storm, Brew Brewing.
ing. Brewing. Fraich couturire Pierre
Balmain has notions of setting up,
An atelier In Australia. He thinks
It's a potential gold mine for high
fashion. .Elaine Lorillard plans
to set up her own jazz festival to
provide heavy competition for her
estranged husband'. Newport mu musical
sical musical bash, in which she used to
participate. And that's only part
of the trouble she hopes to give k A,
himthe Split being bitter, to put
it mildly.
Doctors have told Dina Shore's 41
husband, George Montgomery, to
take it a little glower, please,
WNTA will devote an hour end
half to "The World of Lenny
Bruce" on May 11; with the co-,
median doing an offbeat trave travelogue
logue travelogue featuring soine of his favor favorite
ite favorite terformers. One segment
spotlight host of Riverside Ian 4
stars- beaded by Connonball
derly and Philly Joe Jones. An- 10'
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ONTARIO, Calif. (UPI) Two
gunmen robbed a bank of $58,982
today after holding the bank man manager
ager manager and his family prisoners for
12 hours.
1 The pair escaped in the man manager's
ager's manager's car, which they later abet abet'
' abet' cloned, to touch off an all-points
'manhunt.
The gunmen, one in his mid mid40's
40's mid40's and the other in his 30's, ap appeared
peared appeared at the home of Frank
Colella, 43, manager of a Bank of
America branch here, shortly be before
fore before 9 o'clock Tuesday night.
The:older rnan identified him himself
self himself as "Sgt. Murphy' of the On Ontario
tario Ontario police, saying he wished to
speak to Colella, Orxe inside, both
drew guns, and ,began 'to brag
how they planned to hold up the
bank.
d'" nd
Colella, his wif n e a
his father were held at gun point
luntil 4:30 cm., Then thev were
herded into the manager's car
and driven aboht thia San Ber
nardino .County city, ',35 oniles
east tota,oagi Angelesq unt114 short shortly
ly shortly before 9 a.m. when they drove
to the bank.
Donning stockier masks, the
eunmen ordered the Colella's into
the bank.
Some 17 employes were already
there, With one gunman keeping
them covered, Colella and assist.
ant batik cashier Urbin Schultz
war forced to open the, main
vault.
A total of $70,000 in cash was
in the vgult, but the gunmen took
only bills.

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Rapi61d:- Negro Girl Teiis
Her Stiy To Grarid Jry

'publication of the name of a rape
victim. The maximum penalty for
rape in Florida is death in the
electrc chair, but no white man
ever has pad that penalty for as
attack a Negro woman.
Judge Walitera"charge to' the
jury was brief.
"You shall'hinction without re regard
gard regard for race, color or creed,"
he said.

TALLAIIASSEZ, Fla. (UPI)---A publication of the name (
slender Negro girl who said she victim. The maximum pe
was bound and raped by four rape in Florida is deat
white youths told her story to an electrc chair, but no All
all-white grand jury called intol ever has, pad that penall
special sepsion yesterday. jattack on a Negro won
About 200 Negroes, most of Judge Walicers!Pchargi
them classmates of the girl at jury was brief.
Florida A and If (Negro) Umver- "You shall'flinition wl
sity, oat quietly in 'a segregated gard for race, color or
area of the courtroom waiting for he said.
the grand jury to come out of its
priv Ate cha mber.
Police charged' that the f"r Ousled Teamsti
youths, one of them a 'high school 3
student and' another only 10 Years Bakers Unlon's
old, forced the girl into their car

student and- another only 15 years 0
akers Unions
old, forced the girl into their ear
at the point of a shotgun early
last Saturday. They said her Cotiderinnlyieroer
bands wet tiou.nd and she was
...,..1 im &bolt a tha defendants.-

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at the point of- a shotgun early
last Saturday, They said her
a bands were .bottnd and she was
raped by each 9f the defendants.
' The ,tlefendants,. arrested by s
deputy .sheriff after a highz,speed
chaser are Aolie- Stoutemire. 36
Patrick C,,Scarborough. ?1.L David
'E. Beagles II, and, Wilion Col Collinsworth,
linsworth, Collinsworth, 4 ,.- .
.s.,41 the ilrflind, z jury sission
qapened,ln,The leon Cog Court.
, house diagonally, arose the epee'
' from the stite Capitol, pollee Lir.
rested newsreel photograp WII
p Dam Cavenaugh for viol g -a
"no Pictures ban laid own by
Circuit ludo W). May Walker.
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Sheriff William P. Joyce, who
, bad four deputies Patrolling the
,
courthouse to ,entorce the ban,
old Cavanaugh wa 8011 the court court,ha
,ha court,ha house 111Wit taking pictures of
$1 those entering the front door. He
was ,released after e brief her
ing at which Judge Walker slid
Cavanaugh apparently was, un unaware
aware unaware of the ban on pictures.
i 'rho girl wee brought to the
, courthouse in secret by a police
,, squad car. She was accompanied
by her motther, brother and a
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i UMi versity hospital where Ole had
Pl. been held for observation since the
atteclt. The hospital administrator
alto was with her.
She was led up the back stairs
of the courthouse directly to the
judge's chambers and spent only
halt an ,hour before the grand
, jury. None of the reporters and
cameramen in the street outside
saw her enter or leave.
, Her name was withhold be),
& taus. of .ii Florida law prohibiting

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WASITINOTO$ (UPI) The
Teamsters Union and the Bakery
land Confectionery Workers Union
jBCW). ,hoth ousted from the
AirtCIO 'nn corruntion ehPrg';
,are considering joining ranks, it
Was diselOsed todpv.
te 01 St r e I'd int', 3iingslit;
Rona. said the two unions were
necot4atint on g merry. But. a
BC1V spokeqman sqld thfio were
mprov disepsainq "possibilities of
affliationfi and the fa ndint
Imo merger contemnigte4
The T.Rmsterg, larqegt 'Irina In
the nation. hag about 1,600000
rtlembers. The BCW claim about
90.000.
A 01,01 hA'ker nninn mot tirt hv
the AFTAnotha Amoringic
Nery and Confeeinnerv Union
has 'nada deep inroad in BCW
mombanobip 4bak Imo near end
a ball', The Art,M0 affiliate now
abplit 7g n011 ,MOIT,T1nrg ITO
;lays the ousted union has less
than that.
,T",. 'VW anolcecman tale Nil.
of he nnion's vice nresidenta met
with Teamstes rtoresen'ativei
1"0 11"tqC dia.n,av nrosteeta
affiliation. He Snid thera 'ornbablv,
wig be more tolkt in the future.

LMaAll Rog
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STUDIO OF, DANCE
wig move to
The Knights of Columbils Hall on Balboa Road
on June 1.
BALLET TAP TOE c ACROBATIC CHARACTER
REOISTRATIONS for the Three Months Summer
Corsi will be held at The K. of C.

May 11, 12 and'13 froni 2 to 5 P.M.
All Registrations should be made In person and those
planning to take In October when the Regular "'arm
, Begins ma also register at,this time.

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Gunmen Hold Bank
Manager Prisoner
And Rob $58,981

KHRUSW A KILL JOVINI6
OSLO (UPI) Soviet Premier
Niki's S. Khrushehey, by coming
here in August, is making bim
self killinv in Me eyes nt civil
forvants. The newspaper Morgen MorgenMatt
Matt MorgenMatt said yesterday all Ohio Po Policemen
licemen Policemen had been ordered to take
heir vacelons before Aug. 15,
five days, prior to the premier's
arrival.

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Orchid Chapter 0.E.S.
Orchid Chapt7er One, O. E. S.,
will Wive a stated meeting Fnday
evening at 'T:30 at the Scottallt
Rite Temple in Balboa. --
Refreshments be served -aft.
sr the meeting.
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Marriage Anneunced
, Sgt. and Mrs. Fred E. Petra of
niahlo Heights have announced
the marriage of their "laughtert
BeVerly Catherine, to John Rich.
ard Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs.
John C. Smith of Curundu.
There ceremony occurred la Pa.
nama City early, this leer.
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W itten for NIA Service
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Opening lead-6 8

When your partner Shows a
two-suited hand and you hold'
four card of one suit and two
of the other,the hand shoold look
good to you. When you also hold
all four aces a slam should be
most likely.
South's two-diamond bid was
the Jacoby transfer and wren wrenteed
teed wrenteed at least five hearts. His
three-diamond bid howed a dia diamond
mond diamond suit and was a force f to
game.
With feta- diamonds, and two
hearts and all four aces North
became definitely interested in a
slam in spite of only having lehigh-card
pointo. He started' pro proceedings
ceedings proceedings by bidding three "fades.
This had to be a slam try be because
cause because obviously thc hand was not
going to play in 'spades.
, South's lour-d lam ond bid
showed, at least five diamonds
and since he had already shOwn
five hearts North marked him
with at least 10 red cards. Fur Furthermore,
thermore, Furthermore, sinee South had forced
the game North itnew that he
Iliad to bavmome ,c,aria in
his suits. "'
North decided to bid at least
a small islam and ,now showed
his dub' ace by, bidding five
clubs. South made his cheapest
bidfive diamonds and North
went to six only.
If everything had broken per perlactly,
lactly, perlactly, seven would have made,
Ind the hearts divided 4-2, and
the best North could do was
make his little slam.

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North last Smith West
N.T. Pass
You, South, hold:
46AQIII4 4,54 atilt 4232
What do you do?
Amm rata,- Yen den want to be
In mai and netrump abould
probably be at least as seed a
contract as Spade&
TODAt'S garmom
The' bidding has been:
South Writ North East
1 IP Pass 2 IP Pass
You, South; hold:
4Kat IPAQS114 4E22 4141
What do you do?
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Two victories over the Athletics
don't constittue a pennant-clinch
ing; of course, bfit the Yankees did
have that old robust look when
they bowled over the KC. cousins,
74. Their two three-run innings
were their biggest rallies since A April'
pril' April' 11. Their run-total and 12-hit
total were their largest In 13
games. And they connected for
more than one homer in a game
for the first time since April 29.
In all, it was enough to demon demonstrate
strate demonstrate that the worst is over even
if tile climb toward first-place con con,
, con, tention may be, slow and difficult.
The Yankees are in seventh place
but the fourth-place Chicago White
Sox are only two games away 'and
even the first-place Cleveland In Indiana
diana Indiana are only 512 away,
The Indians slipped back toward
Om field one full game when they
bowed 'to the BaltiMOre Orioles, 6-
5, the Washington Senators whip whipped
ped whipped the White Sox, 6-4, and the
.BOSt011 Red Sox crushed the Detroit
Tigers, 17-6, in other AL. games.
The Milwaukee Biaves retained
first place with a 5-4 victory over
the Los Angeles Dtdgers, the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago Cubs beat the Pittsburgh Pi Pirates,
rates, Pirates, 3-0. and the St. Lomb Cardi Cardinals
nals Cardinals shaded the Philadelphia Phil Phillie
lie Phillie 8-7, in National League activ activity.,
ity., activity., The Yankees Wasted no time
Molting their muscles. Tony Ku
bekled off with homer and dou doubleeby
bleeby doubleeby John Blanchard and Gil
McDeugald plus single by Bill
Skowran routed Bob Grim before
a man was eut. Norm SW:Ism
greeted Ralph Terry with a claw
bla that made it thre-run im
ning and cam back in the next
frame to blast a thre-run hom homer'
er' homer' after a single by Blanchard
and McDougald's double.
Att Ditmar took it from there
until the eighth inning when Bobby
Shantz entered to lock it up. Bob
Cerv homered for Kansas City.
Milt Pappas picked up his third
win for the Orioles despite a ninth ninthinning
inning ninthinning Cleveland rally in which
rookie Roy Webster hit a three-run
homer off reliever Billy Low Joe
Gidaberg homered to give Balti Baltimcre
mcre Baltimcre a 2-0 lead in the second in inning
ning inning and the Orioles bunched five
hitS for their othet runs in the sev seventh.
enth. seventh. Webster's homer was his first
major league lat.
Bob Allison's grand-slam homer
in the seventh inning enabled the
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:New Yorl's 12- Hit, Total

ieir Larget In 13 Game.s

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NEW YORIC, May 7 (UPD Patient off cri critIcal....ate
tIcal....ate critIcal....ate heartily last night.... may soon be up
and around first division.
That's the latest clinical report on the New York
Yankees who dined on Kansas City under moon last
night and look ready for tougher meat.

Senators to score thir ninth win
in 11 games and complete their
best western trip in 10 years (7-2).
Camilo Pascual was the winner
although Dick Hyde and Tex Clev Clevenger
enger Clevenger finished. Early Wynn yield yielded
ed yielded all Washington's runs and suf suffered
fered suffered his second setback.
The Red Sox best the Tigers in
a battle of nine homers and thus
handed Jimmy Dykes his first de defeat
feat defeat in his new managerial post.
Gary Geiger hit two homers and
drove in four runs, Dick Gernert
also drove in four runs and Ger Gernert,
nert, Gernert, Frank Malzon e, Marty
Keough and Jackie Jensen hit hom homCrs
Crs homCrs for Boston. Al Reline hit two
homers and Lou Berberet one for
Detroit.
The Breves completed the first
phase of their 1959 schedule ex exactly
actly exactly even with their 1958 pace pace12
12 pace12 wins end 7 losseswhen pinch pinchhitter
hitter pinchhitter Wes Covington singled
him the winning run in the
eighth inning. Eddie Mathews'
third single of the game hid tal,
lied Felix Montilla with the tying
run a few moments earlier..
Rookie Bob Giggie won his first
game for Milwaukee and Art
Fowler dropped his second for
Los Angeles.
Dave Hillman, 31-year-old "hard "hardluck"
luck" "hardluck" pitcher tossed a two-hitter
ns the Cubs )eat the Pirates for
the second straight game. The
Culr scored two runs in the second
inning on a walk, Bobby Thom Thomson's
son's Thomson's double and George ARman's
single and their other run'in the
third. on doubles by 'Lee Walls and
Ernie Banks. Hillman faced only
30 batters and allowed only one
Pittsburgh runner to reach second,
base.
Stan Musial's first homer of the
season and 399th of his career and
a two-run pinch double by Joe Cun Cunningham
ningham Cunningham were the big blows as the
Cardinals rallied with four runs in
the eighth inning. The rally re rewarded
warded rewarded rookie Howie Nunn with
his first major league win.

Sports Briefs

OLSON RESUMES COMEBACK
SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) k'or
mer middlewieght boxing cham champion
pion champion Carl (Bobo) Olson resumes
his comeback trail June 8 when
he takes on fifth-ranked light lightheavyweight
heavyweight lightheavyweight Sonny Ray of Chi Chicago
cago Chicago in a 10-round bout at the
Cow Parace.
RIDES TAREE WINNERS
CAMDEN, N.J. (UPI)Jockey
Jackie Leonard scored. a triple at.
Grden State Park Tuesday.
,
CHANGE TRAINING SITE
BALTIMORE, Md. (UPI)The
Baltimore Orioles announce d
Tuesday they will switch their
pre-season training camp to Day Daytona
tona Daytona Beach, Fla., next spring. The
club will open winter quarters at
MiamPlor conditioning drills, then
make the move to be nearer to
the training cities of other clubs.
LIGHTWEIGHTS MATCHED
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (UFO
Matchmaker Jackie King has
signed former world 'lightweight
champion Lauro Salas to meet
Joey Lopes at Sacramento's Me.
morial Auditorium May 19.
HIGHEST IN yEARS
NEW YORK (UPI)The Amer
ican Hockey League announctIC
today the recently completed
Calder C0p playoffs :was the most
lueratiVe .mcaley., pool in years. A
total bf $08,473 will be divided
among the champion Hershey
Bears, Buffalo Bisons, Cleveland
Barons and Rochester Americans.
WASHINGTON (UPI)Outfield (UPI)Outfielder
er (UPI)Outfielder Albie "Pearson, v410 haw been
out with fa,ltirus, doitu, the
Washingtn.- Senators In .tZiliCago
today tor,A14- opening of I 'No 'Nogame
game 'Nogame seH0 Avith the' White' Sox.

SENTENCE WIFE RENTER
TAIPFL Formosa (UPI)
Chaign Yung-tung, 35, hasbeen
sentenced to 15 years in prison
by the Supreme Court here for
murdering the, mad to whom tt
had rented his wife.
Chiang, who is unemployed tes testified
tified testified that he rented his wife to
Lin Chlh-kuei in 1955 at the rate
of $14 a month.
Last August, Chiang asked Lin
to return the woman. Lin)tefused
and Chiang stabbed him to death.

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LEADING
IIITTERS

(Based on 50 official at bats)
National League
G AB R H Pct.
Aaron, Mil. 20 83 19 41 .494
Burgess, Pitts. 18 56 7 22 .393
Bruton, Mil. 16 22 13 23 .371
Pinson, Cinci. 21 87'21 32 .368
Post, Phila. 18 71 13 25 .352
Moon, L.A. 21 75 16 26 ,347
Banks, Chicago 23 88 12 30 .341
Temple, Cinci. 21 85 18 29 .341
Jones, Phila. 20 67 12 22 .328
Bouchee, Phila. 18 64 9 21 .328
American League

Fox, Chicago 217'
White, Bog. 15
Kuenn, Detroit 16
Ka line, Detroit 21
Power, Cleve. 20
Bridges, Detroit 21
Wood ling, Bala. 18
Maris, K. City 22
Tasby, Balti. 21
Strickland, Cle. 20

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52 &
63 9
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133 20
76 5
50 9
86 16
81 14
69 14

Hom Runs
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Mathews, Braves
Aaron, Braves
Demeter, Dodgers
Robinson. Reda
Post, Phi flies
lynch. Reds
Banks, Cubs
Cepeda, Giants

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33
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26
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
Robinson, Reds
Demeter, Dodgers
Banks, Cubs
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Pinson, Redt
Aaron, Braves
Mathews, Braves

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gent 26
25
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Lemon, Senators
Cerv, Athletics
Triandos, Orioles
Killebrew. Senators
Skowron, Yankees

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tors 19
?es 19

ves 9
s 8
gers 7
is 7
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Lemon, Senators
Colavito, Indians
Jensen. Red Sox
Yost, Tigers

AN LEAGUE
lators 8
ors 7
ans 7
;ox 6
6

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PITCHEM

(Eased 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
Sanford, Giants 4 1 .800
Mizell, Cards 3 I .750

AMERICAN LEAGUE

McLish, Indians 3
Pappas, Orioles 3
De lock, Red Sox 3
Wilhelm, Orioles 3
Fischer, Senators 2
Larsen, Yankees 2

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Garden Boxinq Club
Offers Sonar Rail
S500 G Guaranfee

NEW YORK, May 6--WPDThe
Madison Square Garden Boxing
Club disclosed today it has offered
Sugar Ray Robinson a $500,000
minimum guarantee, plus certain
percentages, to defend his middle middleweight
weight middleweight crown against Carmen Ba Basilio
silio Basilio in September at Los Angeles.
Explainhui the puaranteesec puaranteesecond
ond puaranteesecond largest to a fighter in ring
historygeneral manager Harrv
Markson said, "We are hopeful
that Robinson will accept the
metch. If he,does, we believe we
can come to terms with Bats' Ho."
Only the $525,000 guaranteed
Gene Tunnev by nromoter Tex,
Rickard for his defense against
Tom Feeney in 1928 tonped the
half-million that the Garden Club
ouietly offered Sugar Ray last
week.
Markson seressed that, in addi addition
tion addition to the guarantee. Sugar Rav
also would be given 50 ner cent of
the net gate over MOO 000 and 50
ner cent of the theatre-TV net over
A400,000. Thii Robinson's total
nurse mieht be greater, even than
she S750,000 guarantee Rolainson
had been asking Markson said.
Although the offer was made
before the National Boxing Asso
cixtion stripped Sugar Ray,of the
NBA portion of his crown on
Monday. it still standsif Rob Robinson
inson Robinson signs for the fight before
the May IS deadline of the New
York State Athletic Commlision.

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SINGING IN THE -RAIN,-,-OF SULLETSMbrgan,Woodward leads a double lifc in Holl.'1.1t
, wood. With money earned ln the role of shotgun Gibbs, sight, On the "Wyatt Earpto showt,i'L
he take operatic voice lessons. At left, Metropolitan Opera voice coach Mario Chamlett7-
helps bass-singer Woodward round out those low-down notes.

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NEW YOR IC(UPI) A record
of 2,402 golfers, including defend defending
ing defending champion Tommy Bolt and
former winners Ben Hogan, CaT7
Middlecoff and 57-year-old Gena
Sarazen, have entered the 59th
National Open champlobship to
be played at Mamaroneck, N. Y.,
June 11-13.
Hogan, who won the Colonial ColonialOpen
Open ColonialOpen at Fort Worth,' Tex., last
week end in a playoff with Fred
Hawkins, wifl be seeking an un unprecedented
precedented unprecedented fifth Open title. He
previously won 1p48, 1950, 1951
and 1953, As a recent Open
champion, he is one of 20 players
exempted from qualifying for the
championship tournament to be
played at the Winged Foot Golf
Club.
The total field represents tY
increase of 270 over the old- IT ITcord
cord ITcord of 2,132 set last year when
the championship tournament was
held at Tulsa, Okla. This year'r
entry list is made Alp of 1,441
professionals and 961 amateurs.
Try Now System,
The big boost in the number of
entries may be attributed in' a
large measure to a new,system
of double qualifying, which is be
tried this year for the first
time.
Under the new syutem, 2,333
players will compete in the most
convenient of 57 local qualifying
rounds, at 36 holes of medal play.
These rounds will be played on
May 18, except at Chicago, where
qualifying is scheduled for May
19.

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tail like this on a turn. Me is the Austrian champion and came to CypresS -Qardens,
the Dixie Tournament Anybody can ski on water and the sport has spread arotmd the world,
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! one 'et every 5.5 Inca qualifying
aspirants;,will make the. grade for
'36 holes of, sectional qualifying
at 13 sites ,on June. L The local
'qualifiers will be joined by 49
exempted players- to -make a sec
tional qualifying field of 477.
Twenty Players Exempt
Of this group, 130 will,make the
grade for the championship pro proper.
per. proper. The 20 players who 'are ex exempt
empt exempt from any kind of qualifying
will make it -an even 150-man,field
for the open 'tournament.. This
represents a reduction- of '12 from
the size of recent fields,' so that
pay might be speeded up,
In the past,-years, qualifying
'for the Open was conducted on
'the basis of a single 39-hole quali qualifying
fying qualifying round. Last year, the ratio
of successful qualifiers was 1 to
15; this year, it is approximately
1 to 16.
Th4 players exempt from local
or sectional qualifying are:
Bolt, Julius' Boros, Walt Burke Burkemo,
mo, Burkemo, Charley', Cote,. DOW Finster Finsterwald,
wald, Finsterwald, Jack Fleck, Ed Furgol,
Claude Harinon,' Jay Hebert, Ho Hogan,
gan, Hogan, Tommy Jacobs, Don Janu January,
ary, January, Gene Littler, Dick Mayer,
Dick Metz, Middlecoff, Gary
Player, Bob Rosburg,'Frank Stra Stranahan
nahan Stranahan and Peter Thomoson.',
played at the Winged Foot Golf
played at the Winged Foot Golf
Club.-
The' total field represents 'int
increase of 270 over the old re record
cord record of'2,132 ; set laSt year 'when
the champinship tournament was

Panama Golf Club
Stockholders Hold
Meeting May 18

The date of the generarmetetbi
of the stockholders of the ;rena ;rename
me ;rename Golf Club, orignally set for
May 21, was changed todaret,the
request of numerous members to
May 28 at 7:30 p.m. at thcclub.
Me Mbera are requeSted to atote
that the letter they re-cently' re received
ceived received on the meeting' refers -to
the May 21 date. The hange. was
made to IViay 28 tit avoid cOnflict cOnflicting
ing cOnflicting with the one night performance
of the Washington orchestra itched
uled for May 21.
Among the important proposed
changeg which has prompted ,the
call orthe special meeting of the
stockholders are clubhouse Im Improvements
provements Improvements and changes tht
'
Tops on the list of clubhous.,
Improvements are an air conditiort conditiorted
ed conditiorted dining room to seat 100,,,an air
conditioned lounge, a new bar, a
large open-air patio overlooking
the' course and a change- in the
club entrance to make room for
the proposed patio'.
A buffet dinner will be seved
along with free beer and all stock stockholders
holders stockholders are urged to be present
to consider the proposed club improvdnents.

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-National Leainia
Taints t, W 1- Pct.- GS
Milwaukoa 12 7 .632 4
Cincinnati 12 9 .571. 1 I
San Francisco s 12 9 .571'.1 1
Los Angalas : 13 11 :.542.. 112
Chic900 12 11 ';.522 2 I
PhiladalPhia 11 .450 31A I
Pittsburgh ,, '9 11 7..450 r, 31,1
St. Louis lir '.2734,712 1
Today4 Games
Los Angeles at San FrancEsco,
Chicago at St:Louis (b1)
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh (N)-
Only games scheduled.

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Yesterday's Results
Loa Angeles 000, 040 000-4' 3 2
Milwaukee 010 000 rbt--3 12 1
Snyder, JElippstein, Fowler (2-2)
and Rose6oro.
Jay, Buhl, Pizarro, Giggle (1-0),
Trowbridge and Crandall.

Chicago 021 000 000-8 0
Pittsburgh 000 000 000-4 2 0
Hillman (2-1) and Neeman,
Haddix (2-1), Blackburn, Smith
and Folks.

(Night Gams)
St. Louis 000 202 040.8 10 1
Philadelphia 000 141 001-4 77 1
Kellner, NIMII (1-1), Brosnan and
H. Smith, ,Green.
4 Semproch, Meyer (3-2), Farrell
and Thomas.
Only games scheduled)

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Marino Barracks
To Represnt pally
In JC Tournament

NtIN Y(YRIC-ttIrtga a
Robinsow said lad night tfour
states of the National Boxing Assn
apparently are ready to,recognize
a Robinson-Carmen Basillo'match
as a work. crampionship fight de despite
spite despite the V3A's revocation of his
middleweight title.,
He listed the four itatet as Illi Illinois,
nois, Illinois, California, New Jersey and
Florida (Miami Commission).
"If I'll defend in any one of
those states, promoters' have as assured
sured assured m, the bout will be recog recognized
nized recognized as a championship fight by
the commission in the state where
the fight is held," he explained.

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The U.S. Navy las -chosen the
Marine Barracks team of the t5th
Nayal' District and of the Rod Rodman
man Rodman Naval Station to represent
them in this year's Junior College
Invitational Basketball Towns TownsTient.
Tient. TownsTient. This rugged Marine team
is now leading the Navy intrA intrAsetJvice
setJvice intrAsetJvice league and are ,heavy fa.'
vorites to win the Commandant's
Trophy significant of Navy basket basketball
ball basketball supremacy.
Last year's Navy entry in the
Tournament was Navy Communi Communications.
cations. Communications. 'rhe semaphore boys were
defeated in their,first outings,by
Fort Clayton. This year may veili.
be Navy's year to take the win winners
ners winners trophy as theio are blessed
with rough and ready rebounders
and a couple of guards Who are'
sharp from the outside. i
The Marine team is coached by
COrporal 'Mel Wilt who also dou douWes
Wes douWes as a player. Followlog is the
Marine Barracks roster:-
William Carter, Gene Tompkins,
Glenn Booze, Harry Reid, Richard
Muldrow, Albert ;Lewis, Melvin
Wilt, Howard Mut3'ay, John Ken Kennedy,
nedy, Kennedy, John Gratus.
Many of the Marine outfit have
bad several years experience of
high school ballThe only college
Athlete on the roster is Richard
Muldrow who was an outstanding
basketeer at, Philadelphia Junior
College.
The tournament wM get under underway
way underway 01 Thursday. 'May 14 at six sixthirty.
thirty. sixthirty. Games will be played on
Thursday and 'FridaY:at 6:30 and
8:00 and on Saturday at 2100 and
4:00 win) the championship game
slated for Saturday eVening 8.

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Cleveland 14 -700
Baltimero 4 T2 IP .571
Washington 13 15 365 2111,
Chkage 10 s, J24 3
Kansas City.. 11 IT 500 4
Boston 104 .474. 4
New York 12 ,4,429' 5
Detroit 5 ''-'
- Tday's Games'
Boston at. Detroit
,Haltiznore at Washington (N),
Only gamei scheduled
Yesterday's Results :
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Washington. 100 001 4004 10-1
Chicago' 012 000.010.4,11:
Pascual (2-2), Hyde, ,ClevenSer
and Fitzgerald. .,
Wynn ,(3-2), Staley, Sh-alirf and
Lan:. '
Boston 000 015 560-1118 8
Detroit 202 000 020 6 131, 0
Brewer, Baumann' (1-0) and I
White.
Foytack (0-4), Morgan, &mei,
Burnside, Sider ,anct Berberet,'
(Night Game
New York 331 000 000-7 12 i'
Kansas City 010 020 010-4 11 2
Dftmar (1-1), Shantz and How Howard.
ard. Howard. Grim (3-2), Terry, Daley' and
House.
(Night. G a me)
Baltimore 020 000 400-6 0 1
Cleveland 000 001 013-5 8 41
Pappas (3-0), Loes and Ginsberg.
Bell (2-2), Robinson, Cicotte,
Briggs, Perry and Nixon.

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had reeeieved-neW offeriryestere
day of guarantees exceeding S500v.:
000 to defend New Jere
sey and,',Floridi,:, in addition -Ai
the minimtm guarantee' of, 8500,-
000 plus- "certain. percentages, Tsai Tsaiready
ready Tsaiready offered for a, Los Angeles
fight by the MadiSon' Square' Gar-.
den Boxing Club.
Although Robinson been
crusading ,bitterl3r against Jim,
Norris and Truman. Gibson of the
Chicago National Holing Enterl.;,
prises, he disclosed:- 1, ' ,
"Today Truman Gibson'phoned"
me from, Chicago end made an
offer much -larger than the Gar ...I
den Club's 8500,000 if I would
fight Basilic) in ,Chicago. Gibson'
said the Illinois Commission woald
recognize it as a title fight.'.';
Also Robinson received an offer
from the veteran New Jersey pro-:
moting .team, Willie Gilzenberc
and Babe Culnan, "to top the
guarantee offered by agy othe
promoter," if he would fight' Ba-,
silio for them at Jertey Cityls
Newark (N.J.) or MiamifFia,.).
General Manager-Harry, Markt
son of the Garden Club made
publk yesterday the -500,000 ofP'
fer to Robinson for a 'Septembei
fight with Basin at the Los Ali-Ara
geles Coliseum or a ball park. '404
It was the second largest guar,
antee to a 'fighter in ring history.'
Only the 1525,000 guaranteed and,
given to Gene TunneY by promos
ter- ,Tex Rickard for 'his heav1:1:
weight title defense against Toll
Heeney in 1928; exceeded it.

JOCKEY SCORES TRIPLE
' BOSTON (1.1151)--Phil 'Grimm;
leading jockey at Suffolk Downso.
scored a triple Tuesday-sto misc.:,
his totalrof winners to 21. 1"4,
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fight with Basin at the Los An-A;
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sauna 141177 Cristobal 1-1673.
rower cottaaos. trete. Santa
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rate& 'Phone Balboa 1466.
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FR RENT: Furnish:4 Pont.
housa 3 bedroom. 3 bath roora,
employer room, air conditioned.
Aro, ludo Arosimena 31-44.
FOR RENT: Large, sompletely
furnished house omit to El Can.
, treks, throw bedrooms iano
yard, covered patio Mello) lune,
July and August. Calls 61 No.
' 2 Tel. 3-6055.
FOR RENTiNice her-bedroom
chalet, throe baths, mald's room,
doble garage, Go Ift Heights.
S160. PATTERSON, 3-1114.
FOR RENT;---New chalet FUR FURNISHED,
NISHED, FURNISHED, three bedrooms, ono
air-conditioned, 2 bathrooms,
maid's room, hot water, auto automatic
matic automatic washing machine, porches,
garden, rosiential area, El Car Carmen
men Carmen No. 88. Phone 1-6070.
FOR RENT:Vacation quarters
in Gamboa, June 14 Septem September
ber September 14. Will consider 2 couples.
Plione 6-221.
FOR RENT:Complately fur fureddied
eddied fureddied ranch style 3 bedroom,
2 air-conditioned, large Yard,
94th St. Francisco; available for
three months as of June 1. Phone
3-3885.
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isi-4.3011 RENTiftiVacation quarters.
0.0-5 room furnish's! house for 3
"months. Untie, May 27. 196-1.
,,A Galva 1-366.
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tommercial Sites
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--' FOR RENT: -. Professional or
commorcial Ono on ground floor
Idifielo UMW. telltilt Ave. Sol6-
boa and Fodor:co Boyd, 112 squart
, mot4s, $125.00. Call Panama
34038.
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FOR RENTri.-Largo space. mat..
able ler shop or storage. $45.00.
.4.110 smaller .orlo for $40.00.
Amply -inviter at TI.4321- 4th or -4
July Avenue or 41tentr flopkinir
Balboa 1966,yr.
4
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Room for mist from $12.00 to
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LEGA:. NOTICE
VNI'PED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
States District Court For The
. District of The Canal Zone
Division of Balboa
Hobert Iohnson, Jr., Plaintiff vs. Mary
EPJohnion. Defendant, Summons Case
No. 4826 Civil Docket 22 Action for
Divorce.
To ,the almve-named delendtmt,
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed in the
above-entitled,action within ninety days
after the first date of publication.
In case of your failure to so appear
and answer, judgment will be taken a against
gainst against you by default for the relief de demanded
manded demanded in the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie P,
crowe, Judge. United States ,Dissrict 1
Court for the District of .the Canal'
Zone, this April 22, 1959.
Sara de la Pe iia
Clerk
(Seal)
Bystois E. Harrison
Chief Deputy Clerk
: To Mary E. Johnson:
' The foregoing sumrhons Is served up upon
on upon you by publication pursuant to the
order of the Honorable Guthrie Ir.
Crowe. Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zn.. dated April 22, 1959, and enter entered
ed entered and filed in this action in the of,
fire of the Clerk of said United States
District Court tot the Division of Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. on April 22, 1959. :
.1 Sara de la Pelle --
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BysLois L Morrison
Chief Deputy Clerk ,
Advertise In
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LIFE' INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Arent
Gibraltar Lite Intih CALt
tor rates and Information
Tel. Panama 24552
Monday thru rriday'r
0:00 am. to 12:00
2:00 p.nt. to 1:00
Saturday: I:00 sati to 1240
Lisien To
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roomer eottagos.
Clara and Rio
. rates. Phone Rai
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FOR RENT:
house .3 badree:
employer room,
Avey ludo Aro:
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FOR RENT: L
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July and Augus
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FOR RENT:Ni
chalet, three bai
doble garage,
, 3160. PATTER1
' FOR RENT;N
NISHED, three
air-conditioned,
maid's room, h
matic washing or
', garden, resident
it men No. 88. P
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in Gamboa, Juni
ber 14. Will ao
Mona 6-221.
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FOR RENT:I
I nished ranch si
2 air-conditioni
94th St. Punch
three months as
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010.-5 room furnish,
"'months. Starting
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LEGA' 1
VNI'EED STATES
Canal
States Distri
- District ot Tho
Division o
Hobert Johnson, Jr
Johnion, Defends
No. 4826 Civil Doc,
0 Divorce.
To ,the above-namo
You are hereby a
IY ; and answer the COM
above-entitled, action
after the first date
In ease of your fi
and answer, judgmeo
gairtst you by deltas'
mended in the comp
L.,WITNESS the Hot
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most at El .0egrels..Tws hsd hsdresont4
resont4 hsdresont4 living teem. dining nom,
' surreending nosid's
mom with bathrsont, garage, hot
)watsr. Albin. Navarro street
No. 48. Phone 2-2883 sr 3..
1318.
FOR RENT1-44Aritism, 2 badmen
spaitrotont in Camara lo Deo
volopitiont All screamed and hot
water Installation. brisker ,tafti.
culars call toloPholic Panama t
4946,,- after hours, 3-6737.
FOR RiNT:Modom furnished
ono bedroom apattmonit sow fur furniture,
niture, furniture, houwator, fhattoniont coil
3-1789, Campo Atop,.
FOR RENT:---Moderni and at-,
tractive one-bedroom apaitmente
in new "HISPERIA" Building.
G-1 Street. El Cangreio, with
hot water connections. laundry
conveniences, lawns; etc Fee in information
formation information ull Tel. 3-6634.
FOR RENTi--Comfortable strait straitmoot
moot straitmoot one bedmm, liying-dining
room, kitchen. bathroom, 2 hulls.
pendent ontrances. Good price
355.00, unfurnished., Furnished
375.00, 31st Street-No. 3-41.
FOR RENt---To person buying,
2 installed air conditioners, wat wator
or wator heater and other items. Will
loam modern hvo bedroom
apartment, on Tivoli Ave. and
Roiet No. 12 Apt. 24. Upstairs
of "Ayianci."
FOR RENT:Furnished pint
moot. von, comfortable. Phone
14601 after 2:00 p.m.
FOR RENT:--Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, Army approved, clean,
moder building, convenient loca location.
tion. location. Automobile Row No. 36.
FOR Rpm Campo Alegre,
furnished one bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment new furniture, hot water,
- bakony, garage. Ca 11 3-1189.
FOR RENT: In "Canals:le"
modern 2, bedroom apartment,
maid's room, garage. Recently
Painted. Tel. 3-7596.
FOR RENTp--targe three bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms apartment, ground floor,
two bathrooms, maid's room with
bathroom, garage, patio, unfur unfurnished
nished unfurnished in If Cony. Phono
fie' Moon 2-0321, after office
hours 3-7701.
FOR RENTI-d-leautlful two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment with lovely hal halcomtle,Campo
comtle,Campo halcomtle,Campo Alegre $150.00,
fit"'' Raymond Clink).
Phone1-5149, 2- 460.
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0.4901t RENT)-. Fumishad mitt mittmoot,
moot, mittmoot, $65.00 ADP janitor at
T1-132, 4th of July Avenue or
phone Hopkins, Balboa 2966.
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WANTED
WANTED:Clarinat in good
shape. Call Balboa 2-2804.
WANTED: English speaking
housekeoper with raferences, to
Ilya in, age 25 40. Laundry,
soma ironing,- cleaning, little
cooking. Good salary. Panama 3-
0099.
WANTED TO BMCoins of all
countries, gold or Oyer especial especially
ly especially old coins of the United States.
No lot too small or too large.
Pleas write or call Kerley. lox
1237. Cristobal, Canal Zone or
telephone 3-1681.
WANTED:Amerlcan business
man wants to rent a house with
three or four bedrooms starting
about August first' in Golf
Haight's, Campo Alegre, El Can Cangreio
greio Cangreio or Las Cumbres. Tel. Good Goodyear
year Goodyear 2-0754 and give details.
LOST: Latitsil Mid watch.
,: White gold. lorti,Clayton park parkhog
hog parkhog lot, omit Main Gate or on
' way to Exchange. Mrs. V. R. Carr
Curondor Heights. 83-6249.
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FOR INFORMATION CALL 2
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Government sEmployes
Service Persofirel
Finance Tour New Or
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EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
Low RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
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Phone 34934 34935
All Type of Auto Insurance
GOT IT RIGHT
, DALLAS. ?rex. (UPI) Mrs.
Quincy Adams-drepeated several
times to her son, Wade, 6, that
he WAS to be home by 11 CM.
As she helped him on with his
coat, she asked: "Now, what time
did I tell you to be home?"
"Eleven o'clock," Wade replied.
"Gosh, have, you forgotten Already?"

utpmoblits

FOR SALE: 195S rilietalls
Coupe, red $1,9950 CaN Navy
3682.
0'
)1011 SALLFord Fairies lif-11
1955 sedan OD transmition,
tinted glass, undercoated, new
tires. one owner. !immutable
for cash. 53041, Cursed'', 83
FOR SALE-1953 4 door Buick' 1
good Dyne flaw,
tutone ;400.00.'1tone Balboa
2479.
FOR SALE: I "52" derrolet
excellent conditions 4 doors Pow Powor
or Powor elides nor paint, phono 24
5474. ,
SALE:---1959 Fiat 1100
perfect condition 51450. Phone
08-354 Ft. Gulick. -2
FOR SALL-1956 Buck Cow,
tory. bardtosk ,xxxim DTnaf
power steering. radio and beater.
excellent condition. financial
can be arranged, Tel. Navy 3410.
FOR SALE: 1955 MersurY
Monterey, 4 goer sedan. Call
Balboa 2-1377.
FOR SALL-1953 Super Buick,
radio, heater. Dynaflow, excel excellent
lent excellent tires S350.00. Ca (Quarry
Reights 3162, during duty hours.
FOR SALE:---1957 station wagon, 1
Fordomatic. 6 cylinder, 6 pas passenger,
senger, passenger, radio S180000a Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 2-3271.
FOR SALE:--Hillman four door
10,000 miles, excellent condition
by owner, call 2-0154, business
hours or 3-6605.
FOR SALE: 51300.00 1955
V-8 Ford Station Wagon, 9 pass.
In top condition. Can sae at
8020-C Margarita or call 3.-
2745.
FOR SALE:--1957 Mercury Mon Monterey
terey Monterey 2-dr Sedan, tan & cream.
Plastic covers, radio, white walls,
duty paid. Will take late model
Opel, Rambler or Vauxhall as
trade-in. Phone Ruben 'at Gulick
08-760.
FOR SALE:Plymouth Belve Belvedere,
dere, Belvedere, 2 door, hard top, 12,000
miles, new condition, sacrifice
price. can be financed, see at
Ave. Cuba 28-54 Esq. Calle 29.
FOR SALE:.1952 4 door Nash
sedan, motor in exollent
Con. Tel. 24467 or 5512-D,
Diablo.. ,,!.4;',
FOR SALE:--190 Hillman
door, 14,000 miles. ono owner,
$1000. Call 82-5135,
FOR SALL-1957 4 door hard4
top, 6 cyl. Chayrolet, power powerglide,
glide, powerglide, radio, 504 Ancon, 2-1373.
FOR SALE:--1952 Studebaker 2
door, Champion, over drive, will
pay duty, $275. 5512-C Diablo.
SERVICES
- TELEVISION SERVICE
TV, Radios, Hi-El Transitors
specialist. We service all makes
ang models. We don't pretend to
guarantee our work. We guar guarantee
antee guarantee it.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, Tivoli
Ave. 18-20. Tel. 2-1905.
Hav trouble with your TV,
HI-FI, or Radio? Call U.S. TELE TELEVISION
VISION TELEVISION Customer's satisfaction
Workmanship guarranteed. Fast
Homo Service. Phone 3-7607
Panama. 9 cm. to 10 p.m.
Protect your home and proper property
ty property against insect damag
Prompt scientific treatment on
emergency or monthly budget
basis- Telephone Pronto Service.
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
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Personals
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CZ.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
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MILITARY PERSONNEL
For similar "basic low NSLI
rates charged by the govern government
ment government during W. W. IL
4 rhone Anytime Panama
4-0430 4
TO REPORT ON TALES
BONN, Germany (UPI) Tr
foreign ministry said today
West ,-German Ambassador to
Moscow Hans Kroll mid return
to Bonn tomorrow to report on
talks with Soviet officials
,
INVADE foleinEss
NDON (UPI),IThe Tower if
Londonv, the oldest continuously
occupied fortress in Europe, has
been invaded for the first time in
881 years The Ministry of Works
announced today it was tryil: to
eliminate, the Invaders, death
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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:-.-11.7 cubic foot G.
R. upright freezer $250.00. 2
ream old RCA T.V., radio, rec record
ord record player, combination $100.
Call Albroolc 7297.
FOR SALE:-.-Complete apart apartment
ment apartment furnishings, double beir
innerspang mattress $40.00, 9 ft.
refrigerator and stove $100.00;
wardrobe, 330.00; chairs, $5.00;
typewriter, $25.00; Italian Csta Cstamica
mica Cstamica cheap; English China
place, $50.00; 1959 Morris
MillOr 5000 miles. Call 3-3699,
Apt. I No. 76: Via Argentina.
FOR SALE:Dark mahogany bar
with I stools. $45.Thrag semi
Columbia automatic phonograph
Table modal $401 Call 2-2311
during hours. 3-5310 after 4:30.
FOR SALE: --Bargain 2-Round
Trip Hckets to Lima Peru.
Worth $360.00. Sell for $2S0.00
Phone 36-707.
FOR SALE: Electric mange!
(ironer); steam iron; wooden
table 340; round tables, metal
base with wooden top; wooden
round table; nest of tables;
magazine -rack; heavy work
tables; couch back (for mag magazines
azines magazines and ornaments); type typewriter
writer typewriter desk; student's desk; file
cabinets; ladder 6 foot; child's
table and two chairs; card tables;
laundry baskets; hoses; sprink sprinkler;
ler; sprinkler; rakes; shovels; imitation
fireplace; ORCHIDS (as a group)
including 100 foot of fencing,
posts, etc. Hudson 'Commander
6. new tires, mechanically peir
fact. Stevenson, 161-B William Williamson
son Williamson Avenue, Gamboa. Phone 6-
31 7.
FOR SALE:--Electric kilns 6z6
inches and 15x11 inches; Elec Electric
tric Electric Potter's wheel; desirable
glazes and underglazaz in lots
only; cabinet; bins. STEVENSON.
161-B. Williamson Ave., Gam Gamboa
boa Gamboa 6-317.
FOR SALE: Piano Upright
$125.00 excellent condition no
termites. Phone 5-366.
,MOSQUITO BARS Army style,
nylon, 'durable. STEEL ilmsers,
chiffoniers, desks, chairs, swivel
chairs, filing cabinets. safes, mi mimeograph,
meograph, mimeograph, typewriter, adding
, machines. DOUBLE BEDS with
new mattress $29.95. Cribs ca canapi's
napi's canapi's chaise lounge. El Vends.
lo Todo. Tel. 2-0049, Aye. An.
con T140.
FOR SAMWestinghouso art-.
41,er. 60 cycle: It Odor 220'volt,
000.00. Cali Aibtook 310S.
FOR SALlt--Completo machine
shop: largo lathe with accessories.
press-circib saw, band-uw,
lot of all types of tools both ma4
chines wood working, gas welding
equipment tanks. To be sold only
as a unit. Call 2-3147.
FOR SALE:--Lambrette motor
scooter, full size pin ball ma machine,
chine, machine, make an offer, electric
IBM typewriter SO, Hi-Fi tape
record $125, boy's bicycle B.
S.A. 5512-C, Diablo.
1
FOR SALEt SilYerfigo TN.
21", price $160.00. Bargain.
Apply "G". Street, Paulus Wo Wows
ws Wows No. 8, Sub la family.
FOR SALE:Piano and bench
6,50.00, desk 6 drawers 635.00,
girls' bike $20.00, 4 garden
rocking chairs 620.00 each oda,
bar and' 3 stools .6100.00. For
information call Tel. 4-0284
after 6 p.m.
Lessons
Spanish lassee -- Spanish Clas Classes.
ses. Classes. Every day except Satur Saturdays
days Saturdays and Sundays, morning,
afternoon and evening classes.
Panamanian-North American As Association.
sociation. Association. Peru Avenue No. 66.
Tel. 3-7963 Omar Bella Vista
Theatre).
1
Loam to days in a dual control controlled
led controlled ear. Tel. 3-0338, Panama.
TOO MUCH iUNCH?
MULPI FLIPMPIT
READING, England (UPI)
The Rev. Charles. M. O'Doherty,
61, paid a 62.80 fine yesterday after
pleading guilty to a change of rid-,
ing a bicycle while drunk.
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tirement retirement certificate to Cyril Richards at a ceremony held at the
Post Engineer's Office, Fort Clayton. Richards has completed 16
years of service with the United States Army and Air Fercs.1111
home is ill Boca's del Toro. (US Army PhotCP)

Home Artidei

TOR SALLWestinghouse r
frigerator $65.00. 7116-A Pads
Tel. 2-2433.
FOR SALLMaple dining room
set, 4 wicker chairs, 1 simple
bed. Phone Balboa 3497. House
, 0425-A Vaned Street, Ancon,
C.Z.
FOR SALE:.0ne bedroom ut,
pc. S175.00; Double bed with
Rubber Foam maftress, $85.00;
ono dining room Set, $85.00.
Call Tel. 3-7990.
FOR SALL--Automatic Maytag
washer. like new. Best offor. Call
Albrook 7213.
FOR SALE:-60 cycle Keivinator
refrigerator freezer combination.
two door and shelf areas 60 su.
ft.. freezer. capacity 44 pounds.
Excellent conditions. 6115.00.
Tel. 82-4264.
FOR SALE:Leaving the coun counIrv,
Irv, counIrv, complete household, throe
bedrooms, livingroom, dinint
room. bar, kiteken, Frigidaire,
fr best Fisher Hi-Fi set,
Sterling silverware, three cars
Mercury Turnpike Crusier, Ford,
Buick, all perfect condition and
bargain prices. Tel. 3-3489 44th
Street No. 37 Apt. E.,
FOR SALE:Hamilton Beach
mixer. almost new, $25.00. Cur Curtain
tain Curtain canopies $5.00, mahogany
center table $5.0.0, metal coat coatrack
rack coatrack $5.00, Colliers Encyclopidea
with Harvard Classics and Dic Dictionaries
tionaries Dictionaries $195.00, bookcaus
$20.00, 2-2217, 3-0207.
Boots CI Motors
FOR SALE: Coronet hardtop
"Iguana" with Mark 75 motor.
Fully equipped on heavy duty
trailer, $2.50000. May be seen
at pier No. 1, Coco Solo. Phone
Mc !vain. 36-356.
FOR ,SALE: Landing barge
LCM6 with 2 gray marine diesel
motors 225 HP hull and motors
in perfect condition. Apply
Blok Agencies. Telephone Pan Panana
ana Panana 3-3397 or 3-7259 or Bal.
boa 3719.
FOR SALE:--Brand mow j. C.
Higgins heavy duty boat trailer.
Independent torsion, bar wheel
suspension handles boot up to 17
feet. Regular $379.95. Sale
price $248.00, SEARS ROE ROEBUCK.
BUCK. ROEBUCK. S.A. Transisthmian High.
way. 1
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JOB WANTED: Maid, good
housekeeper, washer and ironer.
Excellent with children, verY
dependable. Tel. 83-2244.
Pumps, Paint, Pans
Among Items Offered
By Corozal Office
The U.S. Army Caribbean Pro Property
perty Property Disposal Office has issued
invitations to bid on 145 itemS of
foreign excess personal property.
Bids, which must be sealed and
submitted in quadruplicate, will
be upened at 9 a.m. on May 18 in
the bid room of Building 173, Co Corozal.
rozal. Corozal. Among the electrical equipment
are centrifugal pumps,-generator
sets, engines and a power lawn
mower. Miscellaneous items in inelude
elude inelude surveying materiels, auto automobile
mobile automobile parts, roasting and baking
ovens, rope and various paints. A
variety of hardware also is avail available.
able. available. Arrangements to inspect the
property can be made contacting
the Property Disposal Office at
Corozal 4149.
QUICK TO AGREE
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (UPI)
Afghanistan, a totally landlocked
nation, has become the first state
to ratify the International Conven
tion on The High Seas.
The Convention provides that
"states having no seacoast should
have free access to the sea."
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FOR SALL-4.ets 500 and 1.000
meters. in the Nuevo Hinds frame
Urban Mathis. across the lemon
Racetrack. All lots with street
fronts. sewage, water main and
alectricity. CaN W. Mc Barnett.
Tel. 4-0976.
FOR SALEtLot 1.066 square
meters in the beat location of
La Cresta. situatod between "V"
Streit and new street. For infor information
mation information please call Tel. 2-2170
' from 8 ams. to 12 noon and from
2 sm. to 5 o.m.
' FOR SALE:Houso in Pueblo
Nuevo, cool, near bus. Only $900
down, $30 monthly. PATTER PATTERSON,
SON, PATTERSON, 3-1 M.
FOR SALE :Nico level lot,
10th St. Rio Maj. for only
$936. PATTERSON, A-1114.
1 FOR SALE:.3 bedroom chalet,
furnished or unfurnished, 2
bathrooms. 2 kitchens. 2 large
living rooms and t 500
square meters, Via- Porras No.
135. Phone 2-2113 or 2-1427,
"La Innovacion", Mr. A. Balid.
FOR SALE:--3 bedroom bouts
in Las Cumbrea, easy payments.
Call 3-3355.
A complete biography of Edg r
Allan Poe, the man and the arti t
which deals specifically with hts
works and the circ.unistances
their creation was placed in cir circulation
culation circulation this week by the Candi
Zone Library.
In the new book, "The Haunt Haunted
ed Haunted Palace," Frances Zinwar
shows the torrent of creativity
pouring forth in the midst of po-.
verty, drunkenness, and melan melancholia.
cholia. melancholia. In addition, she gives a
unique picture, of the times, from
the late eighteenth century, when
Poe's mother came to America to
the year of,his death.
The result of her research ft' an
extraordinarily perceptive study
01.,a strange and misunderstood
genius, documented in every de detail.
tail. detail. The complete list of new books
and their authors follows:
Non-fiction-Borstal Boy, Behan;
Quiet, Yelled Mrs. Rabbit, Espy;
Field Hockey for Players, Coach Coaches,.
es,. Coaches,. and Umpires, Lees; Japanese
Decorative Design, Maeda; Com Complete
plete Complete Book of Chess Openings,
Reinfield; Captions Courageous,
Reisner; The New Way of the
Wilderness, Rutstrum; The Crown
and the Cross, Slaughter; Confes Confessions
sions Confessions of .Mrs. Smith, Smith; St.
Louis Woman, Traubel; Men and
,Events, Historical Essays, Trevor-Roper;
Haunted Palace, A
Life of Edgar Allan Poe, Winwar.
Fiction Tenderloin, Adams
Beacon in the Night, Ballinger;
The Savage, Clad; Su mmer
Thunder, Ethridge; Forsaken
Army, Gerlach; The Yeung As Assassins,
sassins, Assassins, Goytisolo; The Sleep of
Baby Filbertson, Herlihy; Cricket
Smith, Linkletter; The Scientists,
Lipsky; The Watch That Ends the
Night, MacLennan; Unarmed in
Paradise, Marsh; Pioneer., Go
Home!, Powell; and Solomon and
Sheba, Williams.
Panama Periodical Articles
Orchid Hosts in the Tropics (Am (American
erican (American Orchid Society Bulletin),
Allen; Lost World of the Gala Galapagos
pagos Galapagos (The National Geographic
Magazine), Johnson; Control of
the Panama Canal: An Obsolete
Shibboleth (Foreign At f air s),
Travis; and Colon Port Project
6f Panama Workl Ports and the
Mariner.
H6NOR ARTILLERY OFFICER
MOSCOW (UPI)Nikolay Voro Voronov,
nov, Voronov, chief marshal of the artil artillery:
lery: artillery: wu awarded the Order of
Lenm yesterday for services to the
Soviet army, the official Soviet
news agency Tass reported.
LEGAL NOTICE:
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
United States District Court For The
District of The Canal Zone
DIVISiOn of Cristbal
Wanda L. Francis. Plaintiff vs. Don Donald
ald Donald J. Francis, Defendant. Summons
Case No. 2294 Cicil Docket 10 Action
for Divorc..
To the aboVe-named defendant;
-You are hereby relquired to appear
and answer the complaint filed in the
above entitled action within ninety
days after the last publication.
In case of your failure to so appear
and MI Ver. Judgment will be taken
against you by default for the relief
demanded in the ,00mplaint.
wrrNEss the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe, Judge. United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone. this -30th day of April, 1959.
Sari de la Pella
Clerk
(Sad)
BysDavid M. Jenkins
Deputy Clerk
.To Donald J. Francis
The foregoing summon is served
Upon you by publication pursuant to
the order of the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe, Judge. United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, dated April 30. 1959. and enter entered
ed entered and filed in this action in the of office
fice office of the Clerk of said United States
District Court for the Division of Cris Cristbal.
tbal. Cristbal. on April 30. 1959.
Sara de la Pefia
Clerk
ByitDavid M. Jenkins
Deputy Clerk

INVESTOR'S
GUIDE

Sy SAM SHULSKY
Q. We are in our early 508 with
a total take home pay of $600 a
week. We have $5,000 in govern government
ment government bonds and $5,000 in a bank.
My husband wants to convert it
all into stock; I want to put it
all into insured avings.
A. If that bank is a member of
the Federal Deposit and Insu Insurance
rance Insurance Corp., a 11 your funds are
government-insured now. So why
move them around?
It does seem to me, however,
that your husband has an argu argument.
ment. argument. With a salary of $30,000 a
year you ought to own some
stock. But rather than switch the
$10,000 fund you now have, why
not let that stay as is and start
buying securities at the rate of a
few hundred dollars each month.
Certainly with a income like that
you should be able to Man Mantain
tain Mantain a regular investment pro program
gram program in good securities. If you
send me a self-addressed enve envelope
lope envelope I will mail out some suggse suggsetions
tions suggsetions for growth and for income.
You could stand a little of both.
Q. About three years ago I
bought 900 Stanwood Oil for $300.
Can you tell me Wheterr it went
up or not? A broker told me it's a
gamble, but to put it in,a cedar
chest and wait 20 years. It might
be worth something or nothing.
A. I get letters from the rich richest
est richest people. You evidently can af afford
ford afford to spend $300 and never give
it a thought.
You'd better keep that ceder
chest shined up. The stock IS a around
round around four cents, bid. Which
means you could get about 1.36
for your original $300 right now.
-
Q. am a widow with a young
daughter. At present I am not
working. I hold some MI jell
Stores, LT, and T., Celanese, C.
Long Island Lighting, Ma Marine
rine Marine Midland, May Department
Stnres, MonsantO0 ladelphia E EStandard
Standard EStandard Oil of 14;1... and
some mutual,'''ftinds. Should I
sell the AN. and T. and take a ca capital
pital capital gain? Row could 1 hicrease
my income. Would it bErVOulibls
to speculate small amounts ''' for
capital gains.
A. You are evidenet receiving
excellent advieeti woUldn't ig ignore
nore ignore it .4 ,.
I don't think 'You ought 14 try
speculating for capital gain? The
only person who should speculate
is the person who has money to
lose. You haven't.
I suppose you could get higher
income from some rail bonds sell selling
ing selling &VA discount. But it would
mean giving up good quality
stocks. I,would move slowly. And
don't move et all without consult consulting
ing consulting with your broker.
Bethel Mission
To Observe
0
Mother's Day will be observed
at the Bethel Mission Chttrch in
Paraiso on Sunday with a pro program,
gram, program, it was announced today.
Scheduled to appear on the pro program
gram program as guest speaker is Mrs.
Ruth Pretiz, the wife of the Rev.
Paul Pretiz.
The program, sponsored by the
Bethel Stars, will feature the
group in coral and solo numbers
in addition to recitations and a
pantomine Among others, two
budding soloists, Misses Lois
Bushel and Leslie Campbell, will
appear on the program.
One of the special features, will
be the honoring of all mothers at attending
tending attending the program.
Mrs. Lolita McFarguhar, a mo mother
ther mother and teacher in th4 Paraiso
High School, will preside over the
program which is scheduled to
begin at 3 p.m.
The Bethel is a juvenile' ensem ensemble
ble ensemble directed by Miss Judith
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Mother's- Day
Stewart, music director and
ganist of the church.
A Sunday School queen contest.
sponsored by the Church, got un-
der way last Sunday with the first
count of votes.
Seven girls are competing for
the honor of benig queen of the
Sunday School. The jtmloc
partment is being represented by
four girls, while three girls re-
present the senior department.
The following is the standings
of the contestants after the first
count:
Seniors: Miriam Watson IN
votes, Sylvia Cumberbatch,
votes, Ruth Roberts, 375 votes.
Juniors: Celia Smith 275 voteso
Christian Husband, 175 votes, Ye Yelands
lands Yelands Ogarro, 100, Marina Fisher
(Parque Lefevre) 100 votes.
Other contestants are hoping le
take the lead from Miriam Wet.
son in the next count on May 17,
The contest is in aid of the Sun Sunday
day Sunday School.
Boeing 107 Jetliner
On Initial Flight
Through Si America

Pan American World AirwaYs
sending a Boeing 707 jet &Winer
through the heart of South Ameri
ea today on s proving flight which
will mark the beginning of a neve
era in air transportation in the
Western Hemisphere.
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The four-engine jet Is capable
carrying up to 165 passengers at
575 mph over the 5,444-mile route
between New York and Buenos Ali
res, with stops at Caracas, Pars.
maribo and Asuncion.' Returning'
Sautrday, the 707 flies from Bolos
Aires to Asuncion, Caracis,, And
New York.
The proving flight is preparatei
ry to the beginning of regular,
scheduled service, the date, for'
which has not beee announced.
Never before has the Boeing
flown so far south. OM Of theft
sped 1386 miles from Misfit to Cs.
racas in a record 2 hours 40 mit
utes last July 28 before going mg
Pan American's North, Atlantis,
route.
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arms introducing his entourage in New York. The girl
in front is Johansson's fiancee, Birgit Lundberg. Front to
'rear behind Ingemar are his mother Ebba; sister Eva; trainer
Nils Blomberg; brother Rolf; father Jens; Ito Its fiancee,
Anefte Johansson, no relation; and brother Henry. The
Swede bids for Floyd Patterson's championship on June 25.

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BALBOA MEN'S
SUMMER LEAGUE
Wook of April 30
Team Standings
:Jon Lost
Cigarettes 15 I
Travels 14 2
TV 12 4
ni Vermouth 912 612
Yea;Mres, 9
Duran T 9
an Cars 612 912
In Life 6 10
Products 4 0 '; 19
ia Beer '5 11
Cola 5 11
Star 4 12
oam IIMOS,
man Cars 3143
rtini Ver,mouth 3130
lith TV 3102
Kent Cigarettes
Tivoli Travels
Zenith TV
Martini Vermouth
Good Yea; Ores,
C2fe Duran
Hillman Cars
Lincoln Life
Astra Products
Balboa Beer
Pepsi Cola
'glue Star
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, High Team 3
Hillman Cars
Martini Ver,mouth
Zenith TV
High Team
Cale Duran
Kent Cigarettes
Astra Products
Game
1077
1056
1051
High int 3 games (Scr: tch)
Mc Lane and R. Soyster 621
T. Keeler 617
R. Novey 606
High Ind. Game (Scratch)
Mc Lane 237
R. Novey 232
C. Ehremberg and
R. Soyster 227
High Ind. Ave. (Scratch)
C. Ehremberg 181
Mc Lane 180
R. Soyster 119
Ski. Prusinowski 177
IT Triut 176
R. Novey
High Ind. Game
Mc Lane
R. Novey
C. Ehremberg and
R. Soyster
High Ind. Ave.
C. Ehremberg
Mc Lane
R. Soyster
Ski. Prusinowski
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Kent Cigarettes 4 Lincoln Life 0
Kent nosed out Lincoln in a low
Scoring match. All three games
were close, even pin fall. Deluca
was high Kent, 522 and H. Zost
high for Lincoln 480.
Tivoli Travels 3 Good Year Tires
TiVOli took 3 points in another
Close one, 22 points the cliff. in
total pin faal Ski was high for Ti Tivoli
voli Tivoli 505 and Curly high for Good
Year 502.
Zanith TV 4 CO Duran 0
The TV boys realy oft on
the coffee boys, taking all 4 points.
Soyster was the big gun for Zenith
with a 227 game and a 621 series
De,Veau also had 537. R. Novey
wits high for Duran with 542.
giAartini 212 Hillman Cars 112
Who got the breaks in this one?
Martini took the first game by on on13,01
13,01 on13,01 pin, won the second by 25
an2 lost the-third by 27. Alter a
chlek and re check total pin Jail
wZa all tied up (2961) How a'ueut
that C. Ehremberg was high for
Martiniwith a fine 566, Salyers al.
so;had 510. H. To lan was high
for Hillman with 522. Stone, 507
SIO Makofsky 504.
Balboa Boor 3 Astra 1
lstra won the first game but
Tun ou tof gas, losing the next
oints. Mae Lane however tied
Boyster's 621 and took over nigh
Pipe for season with, 237, 217, and
167 for 621. Perez was high for
Balboa with 542 and Tony Lut Luttenherger
tenherger Luttenherger had 522.
Blue Star 3 Pepsi Cola 1
The dairy boys got mad after
10osing the first game and took
the next 3 points. No one had a
600 for Blue Star but all were up
in the high 400's. L. Hack nad
494. Bruce Hassler W83 high for
Cola with 505.
This week all teams will be using
The new handicap, and this will
tighten up team standings. The
league so far this summer season

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is bowling the best it over has as
the high scores show.
5700 MATERIEL
MIXED LEAGUE
Teams W L
Tigers 17 3
Hits and Mrs 14 6
Loafers 12 8
Jumpers 11 9
Kool .)Chits 9 11
Katz N JaminerS 8 12
Rolling Five 6 14
Unlucky. Five 3 17
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' Tigers 3 Katz N Jammers 1
The Tigers roared aplenty in the
first, 09, rounds and picked up.
the two vies without any, pres pressure.
sure. pressure. However, in the finale, the
Katz N Jammers came up with
, a good game, ond prevented a
shoutout. With the three point pick pickup
up pickup the Tigers increased their lead
over the runnerups who split.
Bert Moss was the big Bengal
with a 531 nandicap series. For
the Katz, no one was initiated in into
to into the 500 fraternity. Andy Sera Serafin
fin Serafin was the 'best the Kati N. Jam Jammers
mers Jammers presented, with a 481 handi handicap.
cap. handicap. W L
17 3
14 6
12 8
11 9
9 11
8 12
6 14
3 17
Hits and Mrs 2 Loam.' 2
With the two teams e ve ni y
matched, the keglers put on a good
show. The Loafers' corraled the
-first point by 23 sticks, and they
came right back to pick up the
winning chit in the Jecond round
with a 12-pin conquest. At this
stage of the match, the Hits and
Mrs. took ov,er with plenty of his
and few misses and trounched the
Loafers by 86 pin. to gain an even
split.
Leadoff -man and captain Larry
Oines of the Loafers nut together
a 518 scratch and 590 handicap
Dan Cardin also a Loafer. lifted
a 521 handicap for the Hits and
Mrs Ike Worthen and Bob Hansen
teamed up to rack up 537 and 529
handicap sets.
Jumpers 4 Unlucky Five 0
The Jumpers leaped ahead in
gathering four valuable winning
markers at the expense of the Un Unlucky
lucky Unlucky Five. In the opening ses session
sion session there was no question of the
Jumper's superiority, but the next
two with a little luck could have
gone to the Unlucky Five becquse
the middle game wa6 dectided
by 11 pins and the third game by
13.
In five weeks of bowling, the
Unlucky Five have picked im mere
three points and are buried in the
cellar. The Jumpers' star of the
evening was J R.. Williams, with
a 532 handicap string. For the
cellar dwellers Lui Di Osdalo was
tops with 493.
Keel Kats 3 Rolling Five I
Led by two fair ladiesthe Kool
Rats took three from the Rolling
Five. Helen Mingin from the Gar Garden
den Garden State contributed to the Kool
Kats cause a 592 handicap series.
and Carole Rouse made her debut
in the honor society with an even
500. Both ladies showed up their
lesser halves. Helen beating Jim
by five and Carole besting Harry
by 20.
'rhe Rolling Five also had their
stars. in the form of Jewel Fayet Fayette's
te's Fayette's 533 and Bill Fish's 535, both
handicap. De,olte the fact that the
Kool Kats were spotting- the Roll Rollino
ino Rollino Five 05 pins per game, did not
hold them back excent in middle
izame when the handicap proved
the difference.
SIGNS FOR 1TH SEASON
PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Chuck
Bednarik, rugged Philadelphia
Eagle center, has signed his Ilth
contratt with the National Foot Football
ball Football League club, Bednarik, for former
mer former Penn Ali-American, has I
mi sdseo nly three games since
joining the Eagles.

1 Cristobal High School comes to
'Balboa for the last time this year
to meet Balboa High School in
interscholastic basketball. They
will be bringing with them their
'best of everything, skill, deter-mitiation,
and teamwork for this
game of traditional rivalry be between
tween between the two schools.
The two team have spilt one
each for their time scheduled
contests this season, ao tonight's
game will serve to break the tie.
In their first meeting, BHS rol rolled
led rolled to a comfortable lead early
in the game and managed to hold
it to the end without a serious
challenge.
In the second contest, however,
the Cristobal Tigers came to Bal Balboa
boa Balboa gritting their teeth and ex except
cept except for a late game tie that
the Bulldogs managed to main maintain
tain maintain for a few seconds CHS was
never in serious trouble.
The two teams are fairly even evenly
ly evenly matched, and tonight's game
will be determined largely by
which team has the better eye.
Ball control and rebounding is
expected to break about half and
half. Both teams are capable of
playing a fast game with MIS
having the advantage of. a great greater
er greater number of capable substitutes.
A preliminary game will pre.
cede the Varsity contest in which
the J. V. &aims kohl both schools
square,off. BHS has taken the
honors in two previous encount encounters.
ers. encounters. The first game will start
at 7:15 and the main event at
8;00 p.m.
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Basketball Tournament May 14,
15, 16.

Pitching Keeps
MiaMi Marlins
On Top Of 11.
NEW YORK; May 7---(UPI)--
Righthander Harry Byrd's mara marathon
thon marathon performance last night proved
pitching is keeping the Miami
Marlins on top of the International
League. ,
Byrd weht th.e entire 16 innings
as Miami edged Richmond, 5-4, to
retain its game lead over second secondplace
place secondplace Toronto The Maple Leafs
won their game, 8-4, from Mon Montreal.
treal. Montreal. In other games, Rochester down downed
ed downed Buffalo, 12-4, and 1-favana
squeezed past Columbus, 4-3.
Byrd, jn winning his fourth
game against a single loks, gave
up two runs in first inning. but
homers by John Bucha and Foster
Castleman had Miami ahead, 3-2,
in the sixth. Fritz Brickell then
homered for Richmond to tie the
score. Both teams scored aa run in
the 12th inning. Byrd's routo-going
-serformanee was the eighth for
Mimi in the last 12 games.
Toronto scOred six runs in the
third inning to win its fifth straight.
Don Johnson won his second game
against three losses.
Rochester, scoring clusters of
four runs in the first. fifth and sev seventh
enth seventh innings, halted Buffalo's five fivegame
game fivegame winning streak. Joe McLain.,
relieving Jim Donohue in the sec second
ond second frame, Welted up his first win.
Dan Morejon belted a two-run
homer in the ninth to give the Sug Sugar
ar Sugar Kings a come-from-behInd tri tri,Imph.
,Imph. tri,Imph. Raul Sanchez also won his
'Int game of the campaign.
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castro opposes e transfer of
the Sugar Kings to Jersey
City. Cuba's prime minister
threw the first ball opening the.
,International League season
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CERVECERIA NACIONAL PISTOL TROPHY WNNERS (Left to right) Sgt. 1. Garcia, Paul
Stewart, Lt. Col. A. G. May, Cerveceria public kelations chief Arturo Illueca, F. H. Smith ano
Capt. J. Bednarz display the beautiful tropny that was presented to the wipnner by Illtteca at
the conclusion of the National Brewery Isthmian Pistol Team Championship.

Cristobal Gun Club Captures
Cerveceria Pistol Team Shoot

Major-Minor TV Committee
Picked To Solve Problems
Killing Off Minor Le'agues

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NEW YORK (UPI) Commi3-
stoner Ford Frick, trying to solve
the two key problems 'that are
killing the minors," announced the
appointment yesterday of a major
minor league television committee
and a "hand-picked" committee
on player control legislation.
In setting up ,the two commit committees,
tees, committees, Frick explained that both
the majors and MinOTS recognize
that no regulation of television is
possible under present rulings of
the bepartment of Justice.
Consequently, he said, prelim preliminary
inary preliminary efforts will be directed to toward
ward toward "discovering a formula" for
filtering a percentage of the ma major
jor major league television income into
the minor leagues.
"There are a lot of legal coin coinplications
plications coinplications and a lot of tax prob.
lems involved," Frick said, 'but
I honestly feel this is a sincere
effort to get some of that tele television
vision television money to the minors."
Named to the television conk conktnittee
tnittee conktnittee were George Medinger,
Indians Trade
Randy Jackson
To Chicago Cubs

CLEVELAND, Ohio, may 8 ruz GRID IL iduuuquvp iuwa,
minors.
(UPI)The Cleveland Indians yes yesterday
terday yesterday sent third baseman Randy
Jackson to the Chicago Cubs in re-
turn for southpaw hurler R. W.1 ncket News
"Riverboat" Smith who will report
to the Tribe's San Diego farm
club.

The trade cut the Cleveland ros roster
ter roster to two above the regular season
ivhich must be reached by
Saturday. Manager Joe Gordon
said h'e expected no final decision
oo the other two players until later
thix week.
The departure of Jackson, ac acquired
quired acquired from the Dodgers for the
810,000 waiver price. strengthened
the chances of staving for rookie
bonus player Gene Leek.
Jackson will be returning to the
team with which he had his best
major league success. He hit a to total
tal total of 87 homers with the Cubs
front MO through 1955.
Smith was with the Red Sox dur during
ing during part of the 1958 season and
beat the Indians twice.
Sports Briefs
WASHINGTON The
Washington Redskings' expect to
know -Wednesday wheter Ernie
Heifer ley, present line ciUtch et
the University of Pittsburgh' will
join the pro club's coaching staff.
RENIEW TV CONTRACT
NEW YORK (UPI) Madison
&Mara Garden announced Mon Mondov
dov Mondov the renewal of a edntraet
with' the Gillette Safety 'Razor
Company for the televising of
Friday night fights.
RIDES THREE WINNERS
PIMLICO. Md. CCM --Jockey
Larry Adams turned in a trinie
in the opening of a 12-day spring
meeting at Pimlico,.

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vke president of tle Cleveland'
Indians; Dan Topping, co-owner
of the New York Yankees; John
Galbreath, president of the Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh Pirates; Bob Carpenter,
president of the Philadelphia Phil Phillies;
lies; Phillies; Frank Shaughnessy, presi president
dent president of the International League;
Frank Horton, president of the
Rochester Red Wings Bob How Howsam,
sam, Howsam, president of the Denver
Bears, and Don Walker, general
manager-secretary of the Port Portland
land Portland Beavers.
The committee will hold its
first meeting at Galbreath's Dar Darby
by Darby Dan Farm in Columbus, Ohio,
May I9 and 20. The major and
minor league committees will
meet separately on May 19 and
jointly on May 20.
If thevroup can come up with
a formula, it will be put before
all major league owners during
their next meeting at the All-St:a
game in Pittsburgh July 7.
Eight men were named on the
player control committee, which
will study the problem and Fee,
ommend legislation. Those nazned
to the committee were John Quinn
of the Phillies and Fresco Thomp Thompson
son Thompson of the Dodgers in the Nation National
al National League, Parke Carroll of the
Athletics and Lee MacPhail of the
Orioles in the American, and Earl
Mann of Atlanta,, Harold Cooper
of Columbus, Warren Keyes of
Daytona Beach, Fla., and John
Petrakis of Dubuque, Iowa, in the
minors.
Sunday's Games: Wanderers
VS Midland Rainbow City.
Surrey vs Cragwell Mt. Hope.
Cragwell O. C., hard playing
former representatives of Gatun,
are matched this Sunday with
the league leading Surrey C. C. in
the last scheduled league game
of the season.
Undefeated throughout !he
season, the Surrey group fell that
their record will remain unble unblemished
mished unblemished after this game and
are already making prepacations
for the big celebration.
On the other hand, the Crap
well club express confidence that
if the weather does not intervene,
the season will end in a tie, at
they are prepared to hand the
Surrey C. C. its first defeat.
This match is being dedicated
to Alphonso "Papa-Lou" Critch Critch'owl
'owl Critch'owl former Surrey player DOW
serionsly The hat will be pass
ed around for a voluntary ton tontribution
tribution tontribution from the fans for this
one time outstanding represen7
tativj of Atlantic side cricket.
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FOOT ITCH
DO Your fest itch le badly that they
Pearly drive you crazy? Does the skin
et your feet crack and Posit The real
cause of these foot troubles Is a germ.
end the ellment Is known by mani
names such as 'Athlete's Poot,
"Singapore Itch," etc. To rid yourself
el these troubles you halve to kill the
germs that cense them. The new
treatment called NIxederm overcomes
ths itching, killing the germs and
soothing your feet. Nixoderm time
soothes Itching in stubborn cases of
sesame, acne and ertiptions of ths
skin. Get Nixoderm from your druSe
store today.

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The winners, and representing
Cristobal Gun Club, of the Cer Cervecria
vecria Cervecria Nacional Isthmian Pistol
Team Championship Trophy
Team Captain, Paul Stewart, Can
al Zone Police; Lt. Col. A. G.
May, U.S. Army, Ft. Gulick; F.
Smith, President of Cristobal
narz, U.S. Army, Ft. Gulick; and
Sgt. J. Garcia, U.S. Army, Ft.
Gulick.
Team scores and Team stand.
ing through the three stages:
Cristobal Gtm Club
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Stewart 278 261 253
Smith 272 255
May 275 250 243
Garcia Z55 256 259
Bednarz 255
Totals 1080 1022 1010 312
Balboa Gun Club
Mc Ilvaine
Bass
Priest
Fabrega
Beyers
Wells
Totals
271 259 244
279 269 269
270 251 227
267
238
254
1087 1017 994 3098
Ft. Clayton
Heidenreich
Barger
Gregory
Menk
Totals
269 267
269 253
265 258
257 250
1060 1028
264
254
227
250
99 3083
Navy Bluo
McKee
Drell
Drell
Parks
Mohr
Totals
- 279 27 282
257 253 242
257 253 242
260 239 245
265 237 234
1061 1006 1003 3070
20th Infantry
Trude 11
Perez-Perez
Thompson
Bowen
Surman
Lester
Totals
Cospet
Roberts
McKitrick
Wil liard
Williams
Elam
Totals
Nuanes
Buxton
Alter
Ogle
Graham
Totals
279 269 226
263 252 272
259 267
267 245
238
203
1012 1016 1010 3038
Ft. Kobbe
271 252 226
24 214 258
26
247 197
245 234
230
1029 941 915 2885
U.S. Airforce
274 262 255
264 238 255
255 232 202
247 221
160
1040 953 87.2 286
Navy Gold
Bright '227 233 Did
Johnson 237 170 not
Me loy 284 82 fire
Jackson 238
Morton 21
Totals 964 696
At the conclusion of Me compe
titions refreshments were served
by courtesy, Of Ceirveceria 'Na 'Nacional,
cional, 'Nacional, Later the' trophies svere
oresented tn the 'tvinnine team
by Arturo Bluer of Cerveceria'
Naciona.
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The Cerveza Trophy will In
the future be an annual event fired
in the first half of the year. It
svill remain a three gun team
match to determine the overall
best team on the Isthmus, thul
differing from the various police
and hi ilitar Championship
matches held in the arra,

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NEW YORK (Urib-4,1 'practice
really does make perfect,t Wiffi
Smith may be about ready, aiwr
a three-year watit -to' Aake -over
from the late Babe Didriksen Za
harias as the boss. of ,,wtfunen's
The' sturdy, stocky,, freckled
Wiffi hates to practice. Even so
she averaged $9,000 a year In' win winnings
nings winnings on the ladies pro golf cir circuit
cuit circuit the past two years.
"But you have to practice and
you have to think," she, admus in
recognizing, that she has failed to
live up to her pontential, "and
I've started to do both."
-
'OWL Wil$ hailed aa the,"new
Babe" when &he turned pro at the
end of 1956. She had been the
youngest player ever to win the
British Amateur, added L b e
French title and at 19 was the
youngest ever to play on the U.S.
Curtis Cup team. She could wal wallop
lop wallop it a mile, but, although With
won $10,251 in 1957 and $7,670
last year, the consistency wasn't
there.
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Wiffi simply was having too
much fun enjoying life. The California-born
miss was a natural
traveler, having been raised in
such varied spots as Mexico, En England,
gland, England, Hawaii, North Carolina,
Texas, New Mexico and Michigan.
Falling naturally into the life
of the lady tee tourists, With
soon showed she was a "collec "collector"
tor" "collector" of "happiness items" if not of
as many dollar bills as expected.
The list iSt her possessions is
dazzling, at least to other 22-
year-olds.
She travels in a foreign make
midget bus which she labels the
"Realeast" along with a Sheltland
sheep dog named "George," even
though it happens to be a fe female.
male. female. Wiffi has a show horse
stabled on some 'acreage she
bought in Southern Pines, N. C.

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as welt as one vintage touring gag,;;
named "Susie" garaged in St.
Clair, Mich., for midweitern tratair
el and another named Bernard", I4
berthed in, Westport; Conn4
eastern travel. .1, 4
Looking forward to the Trian,-,.
gle Round Robin at the ,Canoe,
Brook Country Club' in Summit, ,,
N. J., June 3-1, Wiffi finally
decided it's about time she start,.
ed collecting more cash.
, Improves Groatly

"This year I started to Prael,.
dee and it has helped my game
tremendously," she admits. "My. :
three wood and my irons all have,,4.
improved and so have my eltip7'
shots."
There is more than playing golf'
to merely hitting, the bail
too, she has learned.
"You have to thitik."- she ix--
plains. "So I'm picking my clubs
better and taldng into considett-
tion such important things ask
where I am going to hit the ball,' p,)
wind conditions and other fattor:,'
Before this, I wasn't paying 106'
much Attention to them."
The payoff has been up, to th
standards which the experts Iset'''
for her when she first broke Mtn'
the women's pro ranks and was
being hailed as the Babe's succes-
sor. Already this year With has
won the Peach Blossom Open A
and the Miami. Invitation whlit
finishing second at Dallas apfts!
third in the Mleholders. Her lake"
even at this advanced stage 14,4
better than $5,000 and she is pointy'
ing for her biggest year.

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to
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Former -Baltimore, Oriole bonus,o,
baby Jim Pyburn will help cost,
football, basketball and track 4
Wood lawn High School here. PYr;,
burn quit professional baseball....
because he thought his major i
league chances were slim after
he was sent down-to Miami ,o1,
the International League this
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yearj Soviet aipiomauc sorvs aiu ij.
ri Moscow which earlier this year in a mood of. defiance virtually ruled out a summit
Sulference in the United States has reversed its position.
' Soviet diplomats let it be known with unconcealed enthusiasm that.Russia would
Etww n annrove a San Francisco meeting with the leaders of the U. S., Britain

and France.
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and to Washington, ind eonfid eonfid-r
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,!ROME, May 7.- (tTPD-If
rtthorities today reiewu .u
m!ia airliner forced down by jet
inters in Baghdad yfterday
A spokesman for the airline
ttid the DC6-B, with 21 passen passengers
gers passengers aboard, was allowed to take
iff early today for Beirut. It will
cfitinue from there to Alliens
AU0passengers left with tiie
plane," the spokesman said. He
added that the nationalities of
the passengers were not known,
but it was reliably reported four
of them were americans
The plane was in Baghdad for
37 jjpurs. The spokesman suid
theairline did not know the re a a-sif
sif a-sif "the jets forced the plane to
Vand in Baghdad.
Weather Or Not
1 1 This weather report for tes 24
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Low
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79
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93
68
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Madden Dam 219.44
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Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev, itching to visit the

In another Stateside-bound stjry
today, Tass reported that a top
Soviet government leader will
"apparently" open the Russian
exhibition in New York next
month.
The N.Y. show will open June 30.
U.S. Vice President Richard M.
Nixon will open a exchange Am American
erican American exhibition in Moscow the
following month.
The official Soviet news agency
said Alexei Manshulo, director
general of the Russian show in
Grounds Maintenanc
Branch Move House
The offices, repair shop, and
nursery of the Grounds Main Maintenance
tenance Maintenance Branch of the Com-
munitv Services Division in
Cristobal is being moved this
week from building No. 5134 at
Mount Hope to Building No.
7025 Mount Hope, it has been
announced by the Community
Services Division.
The new site is located with within
in within the fenced area of the Re
tail Stores Wholesale Plant and
entrance can be gained through
the gate adjacent to the Elec Electrical
trical Electrical Field Office on Whitlock
Street.
The guard on duty at the
gate has the authority to re request
quest request vehicular or pedestrian
traffic for necessary Identifica Identification,
tion, Identification, the announcement stated.
The cooperation of the general
public using these facilities is
requested.
The move should be complet completed
ed completed by Thursday. There will be
no change in telephone num numbers
bers numbers as listed In the telephone
directory.
Emigrants Now
Allowed To Quit
Red Romania
VIENNA (UPI) Communist
Romania suddenly has lifted the
emigration bars on non-Jewish
citizens with close relatives in the
United States and other countries
outside Europe, informed sources
disclosed today.
Western diplomatic sources
here considered propaganda rath rather
er rather than a humanitarian motive to
be behind the surprise action by
the Bucharest regime. It was re recalled
called recalled that few Romanians had
been granted exit visas since the
Reds seized power in 1947.
The Western sources noted the
sudden lifting of the Iron Curtain
came less than a week before the
opening of the Big Four foreign
ministers conference in Geneva,
May l. The Communists prob probably
ably probably intend to exploit their action
as "goodwill" propaganda, they
said.
The sources who disclosed the
action said about 150 families had
receive p- ra the min-
:slry of the Interior. SFSSfia
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site for a summit meeting this
New York, told newsmen today
"apparently one of the Soviet gov government
ernment government leaders will open the New
York exhibition."
Manzhulo said the New York
exhibition will stress Saviatt
space and nuclaar progress. On
display will be natural sized
models of th threa Soviet
Sputniks.
Jef Bomber Flies
Over 9,000 Miles
Without Refuelling
WASHINGTON, Mary 7. (UPI)
A B-52G jet bomber, newest
H-bomb and missile carrier of
the Strategic Air Command, has
made a record non-stop flight of
more than 9,000 milqs without
refueling.
The spectacular performance
took place last Dec. 15, but was
disclosed only today. It is the
longest flight known to have
been made by a jet bomber with without
out without refueling.
Criss-crossing the United States
at 500 miles an hour for 18
hours, the new giant of the skies
gave a striking demonstration of
its potential as an "airborne a a-lert"
lert" a-lert" aircraft.
The Strategic Air Command
(SAC) will put a portion of its
bomber fleet on constant air airborne
borne airborne alert in the furure to
guarantee its relatiatory power a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst destruction on the ground
by Russian missiles in event of
war.
Armed with both H-bombs and
Hound-Dog guided missiles, the
B-52G'S will patrol in continuous
readiness to counter-attack should
war break out.
A true intercontinental jet, -Me
to reach any Russian target
from North Ameirca, the B-S2G
proved its range withour aerial
refueling to be about 3,000 miles
greater than that of its predeces
sor B-52.
Its top speed is more than 615
miles an hour just below the
speed of sound at the 10-mile
altitude where it operates.
It isn't life's problems that get
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CONQUERING HERO 'Mayor Alfredo Aleman, the persistent pusher of Panamanian beer alwavs

nas a gimmicK. me gimmics in wns picture, s suggests ever-topical Aleman, is the "invasion"
of New York by Panama's National Brewery. And in the picture? Why, Aleman himself being
victoriously lowered down from the Panama Liner Ancon onto a New York dock with a cache of
the foamy fluid. He claims his "invasion" will be as popular with the men of New Vnrk .h

Cuban insurgents were with the
Negro Leaders
MONROE. N.C. (UPI)-Negro
leaders reacted almost unani unanimously
mously unanimously today against meeting
interracial "injustice" in the
South with violence and the
NAACP cracked down on an offi official
cial official who advocated it.
NAACP Executive Secretary
Roy Wilkins ordered Robert Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, president of the Union
County,. N.C, NAACP chapter,
suspended pending "consideration
of your status.' Williams touched
off a wave of reaction with a
statement that Negroes "must
even be willing to kill if neces necessary"
sary" necessary" to protect themselves.
Wilkins said the NAACP repudi repudiates
ates repudiates any "pro-lynching statement
by one of our officers regardless
of provocation.' Williams had
called Tuesday night for "meeting
violence with violence."
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Before Wilkins acted in New
York, NAACP leaders in the
South rejected Williams state statement.
ment. statement. Many called the statement "ir "irresponsible"
responsible" "irresponsible" and one said Wil Williams
liams Williams would be 'repudiated as an
NAACP leader for making it.
Williams, active and outspoken
in recent racial incidents here,
said "we cannot take these people
who do us injustice to the court,
and it becomes necessary to pun punish
ish punish them ourselves." He issued
the statement after a jury acquit acquitted
ted acquitted a white man charged with
attempting to rape a negro wom woman
an woman here. N
"In the future, we are going to
have to try and convict these peo people
ple people on the spot. This opens the
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way to real violence," Williams
said.
Williams recently appealed to
President Eisenhower personally
in a case in wmcn two Neero
youths were sent to reform school
for kissing a white girl here. He
asked the President to see that
justice was done "in this social
jungle called Dixie.'
Shortly after the jury of 11
whites and one Negro acted in the
rape case Tuesday, Williams is issued
sued issued his angry statement declar declaring
ing declaring "we cannot rely on the law.
We can get no justice under the
present system.
"If we feel that an injustice is
done, we must right then and
there on the spot be prepared to
millet punisnment on these peo
pie..."
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"Of course
men beat me
I was made
to be beaten"
There ain't no
innocent men
out there...
like there
ain't no
angels in
helir
"A tramp's
money got you
started.
Are you too
g ? big for
, f i m her now?"
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Statehood For Puerto1 Ricol 4
Legislation Now IntroducecL

WASHINGTON,' May 1 (UPI)
N.Y.) today- introduced legislation

51st state of the Union. 'j,,-,
Anfuso said In a prepared statement that Puerto- RIc la of?
vital strategic importance to te United. States and-the entiroi

rat ci ii ucuiuiucic. ai miu
is "justified by its economic

financial stabiliby and Increasing trade with the United States?
He said that granting statehood to Puerto Rico-would reJI'
move any doubt as to their status and would accord "them equal'
status and enjoyment of all rights of American cltisenship.' !!'

The Anf use bill calls ; lor art,
island-wide refere ndum in
which Puerto Ricans would vote
on whether to accept statehood.!
Anfuso cited a poll taken by
a New York Spanish language
newspaper which he says shows
that more than 85 per cent of
those participating preferred
statehood to Independence or
the present federal tsfx free
form of commonwealth self--rule.
-' ...
He said he has also receiv received
ed received "a flood of letters, tele telegrams
grams telegrams and petitions" carrying
the names of a quarter mil million
lion million Puerto Ricans on the is island
land island and in New York sup supporting
porting supporting his proposal.
Anfuso said that "because of
Puerto Rico's territorial status,
its people somehow are treated
as second class citizens," grant granting
ing granting the island' a place in the
union "would enhance our po position
sition position in the eyes of all Latin
America and it would strength strengthen
en strengthen the defenses of the Western
Hemisphere," he said.
Dial S For Satellite
When Making Calls
Around The World
WASHINGTON (UPI)-A scien scien-tist
tist scien-tist said today radio-relay satel satellites
lites satellites will soon revolutionize the
world communications business.
He advised industry to start
preparing for the revolution now
because "this is coming, and it
is coming, fast.'
The advice came from Dr.
Lloyd V. Berkner. president of the
International Scientific Rsdio Un Union.
ion. Union. He addressed a joiril meet
ing of the union's U.S. committee
and the Institute of Radio Engl
neers. ,:. v.
Berkner said one satellite nov
ering In a fixed orbit about 22.700
miles above the earth could relay
two Diuion teiepnone messages a
year.
He said the number of mes
sages that could be handled per
year coum De multiplied by mul multiplying
tiplying multiplying the number of satellites.
He gave an economic rundown on
the cost of-just one satellite relay
system and the revenue it might
produce.
Berkner said the telephone com company
pany company charges 10 cents "per local
message unit.' He added another
10 cents for the satellite's relay
services and arrived at .a cost of
20 cents for the privilege "of
talking to any point you wish.'
He estimated that in five years
it will cost about 10 million dol dollars
lars dollars to put a 500-pound commu communications
nications communications satellite into a hovering
orbit.
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Rep. 'Victor t. JUfuao
to admit Puerto Rico ai
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commonwealth
rover ri ar
Luis Munot Marin immediate 1
ly threw cold waterVon th4
idea.
Mufios
ways of strengthening the is"

land's present formUx! hom
rule. He termed statehood
completely unreal ; issue in I I-Puerto
Puerto I-Puerto Rico" and added that!
the vast majority of Puerto
Ricans o not jljare Anuso'ii
-.views. v v. . 4. l
Mufioz. architppf. A .!:'

Rico s commonwealth form ol
government and lieadthe ia3 ia3-lands
lands ia3-lands majority; popp,Dem2;;
cratic Party said? ;

"I am certain tlie blJJ?has nln'
chance whatever ; of, approvali :
"The mere insistence on th";
Issue does haJnujWhicfr may be
come serious harm to tho hop2"
SnT.'J?0 RV5Wpeople Wl
continued improvement In their
standard of Uving, T;i
tKS0Z argued that tbfe
ioanw Sould not Moulder thS thS-tax
tax thS-tax burdens of statehood withiT
out serious economhjiS;
Puerto Rico does not-pay X8:
eral taxes but shares ii federal :

Gen. Twining EnfewL

After
Chesf X-Ray Report
.WASHINGTON. May 7-(WI)
Gen. Nathan Twining, chairman ol"

ie jomi unieis of .staff, was ad- it
nutted to Walter Seen Hospital".
v5e?P...-

Ycusc icrti uneni yinnouncea to--day.
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The department said that durinjh
a regular physical examination",
"chest X-jrays indicated-a require
ment for furthen diagnosis aqd;
study."t t 1.
Twining has been, appointed fof tf
second term as chairman tartin
August 15. The air generalill b$l
62 next October 11.
Twining has been on Pentagon
assignment since July, 1950; when
he became acting deputy cnief of
staff for personnel- in 'the Air
Force. He became Air Force Vico
chief in October J950. and wat;
made chief of staff fn June 1953.
He served two terms in that office
prior to his elevation to the joint
chiefs chairmanship, succeeding::
Adm. Arthur W. Radford.
The only member of the joint
chiefs of staff on duty at the Pen
taeon today was Gen. Thomas ,D.
White,' chief of staff, of the Air
Force. Both Gen. Maxwell D. Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, Army chief,- and Adm. Arlei?h
h'. Burke, Navy Chief, were in EU-.
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