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THE :;EARTII LEVEL, GOES-, DOOM', BA, Para LSO- Reach aloirthe' west Bank 'of Gaillard' OA as bulldozer. tows- sUblo; yard
earth moirer, through the Soft niuddy. day:. mils entire' sectlin will disappear. as .nut gradualky, widened. 116 feet' back ken
water,' Mart in right foregrounICxataguidefit Ititchhilter, ., .t ,
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'7WiiStliNditC;N; Ntii 9 CUM)
'Ailing ,' former, Secretaky -,43f
State John Foster 'Dulles con contracted
tracted contracted a mild -caza of pneumot pneumotnia
nia pneumotnia today,. Hit -,:lcondition ,was
desCribed as weak
a -:'flulles Is in Walter'Iteed Ar Art
t Art ;',Iny 'Meniesi Center loV treat treat-
- treat- Inent of cancer,.
The State 'DePactment.
f tack,,:' said that Dulles.. re re-
- re- ,- -sponded satistattoriltU, his
' laitialinjection of antibiotics.;
, Dulles has been. receiving an-.
", Ulgesies foe:serener. tit almost
constant, pain ,from the ,cancer
, attacks. :
,, diseloaed tarliee-this
-week, that Dulles- now; has -to
r get arOund int wheelchair; The
, -State Pepartment-,,,said;. tis
' able to -walk' but linds it ;more
' 'convettleqt the:, wheel wheel,
, wheel, chair; ,-.!.
Today' Announcement said
,", -l'ormer,.. Secretary,: Dulles
has contracted a mild case of
pens to7alitibbities his beeM,.,
' satisfactory-, and his7,ternperoil,
;aura is normal. Ile
- ever, somewhat weaker,;"
, The pneumonia attack, fellow,-
ed.7nne month after, a,, medical,
report Which said 34..rays incitH
A',, cated had.: 01,Illalignantl
- :tumor ,in--the lower part of- his
, Radiation treatments that
, were.' started' t on,,,,April;,14-wera
,,,,,, eont,inued,- only nur ,daYs ,when
doctor! ,said they. were not:help not:helping
ing not:helping the: ',former: secretary, ,-
rninet St ,iiriderWent,
a hernia' operation.,,Which
closed that was .suffering
from ,a reeurrence of abdoMinal
$, cancer!, for, which -he' 'originally
, underwent ',surgery: Iti;v.-Novent.
IOW COST ALiMONY
, COALVILLE, England I'LTPI),-
A court yesterilay granted
Sppeal to a man for a' reduction
in payments to ,his former wife
nd ordered him to :,i,pay ',Ona
penny a ear.' ,He had been pay paying
ing paying $2 weekly. 'He, appealed !or
reduction, becionnOns ext .6twife
6:02 40'14.4 ft.-r,
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12;08 P.m. .sw.' te its
TEE CITY OF TIL2
LiowtomodO' 1.00dwO ,mmegobramomalP issmawommole awmiP twit
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co'NfRARY,,To INDICATIONS, thts .earth-sco ping monster is not housed at company, bead bead'OuP,rterS,1260'
'OuP,rterS,1260' bead'OuP,rterS,1260' Madisor0 Ave., New York .City. Capable of shoveling more thah ':.10 tons of
,,material p,t a time the glant' will be wilked 'to jobsite tomorrow. At 'railing, left 'to right:
(Mike) ,Esielones, proJect chief; Eugene Skelton, veteran operator of the monster and
, Thcnnas. Archer,, Veteran operator of the monster and Thomas Archer, assistantoffice manag manag"'Mugging
"'Mugging manag"'Mugging 'below is Robert, Ellintmen. of the suoervisorv staff
'1,'Mugging telow is Robert,
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' SAN, IrliANCISC ,(15P1)
mother of Shirley :O'Neill, 18,
closed ,Friday that the' courageous
girl tried to uve the sod as we'l
as the life of her boy -companion
after he. was slashed, fatally ,,by a
man-eating shark$ )
4. YOU WIN--this mad bat won'
",, first s. place, in ', WashingtOn,
contest,' Ingredients? An
'basket trimmed with a duck.'
doll's :wig, tplume eye
:- glasses, alfalfa, eggs and Christ.:
mas tree baubles. Attre, Fletcher
designer, holds ',fpooch
Wearing another entry., ,-',
- Tir , .- Nor ,711219':
',Let the- people-know-theinitivaild'Ote
. , ,,
Ellingse; of the supervisory staff.
a sked F
- or Heroic Old
;ildrlay, heedless of tie -victimi .14 -repeated, after he'r the
'warnings, to stay away, swam Act of Contrition
through bloody water Thdrsday to "Oh, my God, I am heartily
the side of Aert Kogler, 18, and sorry foe having offended thee..."
hauled, ;him, .50, yards through His last ', words before 'be bet.
rough surf toward shore.- ,came unconscious 'were, "I lave
Hogler, his left arm hanging by God, and I love my mother, and I
a thread of flesh and his -upper love my father. God, help me,
body ripped open, died two' hours God 'help me."
later.. But not before Shirley, a Shirley's mother, Ifrs Gertrude
CatinSlic, baptized him ,in her O'Neill said her family were de
faith. vout Catholics.
Mayor George Christopher ,said City officials. laid plans for pub-.
he would ,seek a' arnegie Medal lic recognition 'of her heroism.
of.Heroism for her. The killer, she "It was the greatest exhibition
Ignored ,ta aid her companion was of courage I've everseen or hope
believed ,to be a "great white to seet" said Army M.Sgt,
shark", whkh reaches a length of Day, who" witnessed ,the tragedy
40 feet. at Baker's Beach, Just outside the
'After they reached shore Shir.Golden Gatt
ley ..itnelt 'over Albert, spknicled
hishead,with sea water and made 'Christopher and dills legislative
thli sign of the cross. committee annoimeed they wouid
-r baptize thee in' the name of nominate Shkley for the Carnegie
The, Father,. the, Son and, the lioly Medal, ", civilian equivalent ,of
Ghost." Congressional Medal of Hone r.
She whispered to him, "I..hap-, The 'mayor called it te, "once m a
tized you, is that all ,right?," He lifetiment act that should be per permurmured,
murmured, permurmured, "OIL" manetitly recognized.., :
Canal Zone BoyiScout Camp flame
t Have you submitted' a name spatial -committee, named by
yet for "the ;anal Zone Boy Council president George P.
Scout .CounciPs';new 6004cre 0chlatter.
',waterfront camp at I,Madden. The camp will 'be dedkated
" Lake? ,, A In, early July during the visit to
The Council; frisk!), has appeal 'the hthmus ,' of Lady Baden Badenthe
the Badenthe public for help, widovi bf the founder of
" Ing a name for :the camp, all- the scouting movement. ;
ready has recelved, 'Mae Kowiovdr, tho 1111M. of the
, 20 suggestions and wants vnerel ;t tamp' must be chosen within the
Namet not submitted, through next hve weeks, so that shirts
,t0cout unit leaders should be and ether equipment thit will
mailed' directly to the Council be' used during the summer
office, Drawer, Balboa. The samp sessiog ism be erdered
mimes be' Screened bt a advaneab
PANAMAlv,R.; StrNDAY, MAI 10,195t
if courage I've-ever seen or hope
o seet" said Army M.Sgt,,LeoP.
)ay, who, witnessed the tragedy
it Baker's Beach, just, outside the
'Christopher and tis legislative
!ommittee 4 announced they WOUld
tominate Shirley for the Carnegie
dedal,:,civilian equivalent ,of the
:Iongressional Medal of Hono r.
'he 4mayor called it "once m a
ifetime",, act that should be per-
7 mo, N Noir okoo 4 --Noo slo ,
tosmtry h safe .:-lbraharn Lincoln
For Missiles From. Congress
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. WAHINGTON, May 9 (UPI)
The Arrny, Navy and Air Force
have asked Congress to give
them much MOre money for mis missiles
siles missiles than President Eisenhower
requested, it was 4lisclosded to-,
the appeals, revealed in the
heavillr censored transcript of tes testimony
timony testimony given behind closed doors
to a House Appropriations sub subcommittee,
committee, subcommittee, were to provide fresh
ammuMtion to critics who want
Congress to put up billions of dol dollars
lars dollars more to speed development
of long-range rockets.
The subcommittee, which has
been holding hearings since Jan.
is exPected to annotmce its actions
' on Eisenhower's 640,850,000,000
defense budget within a few days.
The 864-pago transcript showed
Torte officials favor
More spending on the Atla,s and
One plan given to the subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee would boost outlays for
these programs 651 million dol dollars
lars dollars in the 1960 fiscal yeir be beginning
ginning beginning July 1 and atotal of 94,-
788,000,000 over an unspecified
number of Jeers.
top tavy viltnes1 testified
that the budget should include 'a
lot more" submarines whioh could
fire the Polaris 1,500-mile missile.
These subs cost, about 100 mil million
lion million dollars each. ;
'.-4.-The Amy still would like in.
DR. ROBERT 11. FANIEL, Bel Belgian
gian Belgian specialist in raw Materials,
who will address this week's Cepal
conference here on behalf of the
Et IrOPeall Common Market, The
Cepal meting is schedtded to
consider prospects for a Latin
American Common Market,. Mem Member
ber Member countries of the European
Common Market are France, Bel Belgium,
gium, Belgium, Holland, Luxembourg, Italy
and West Germany.
The death of youth Victor litv
nuel Rodriguez raises to five the
total number of victims of recent
accidents in the Rio Hato maneu maneuver
ver maneuver area. All five may have been
victims of live ammunition left ly lying
ing lying in the area as well as a lack
signs indicating danger areas or
the presence of live ammunition,,
According to a dispatch' from
the area, local authorities, blame
the situation on 'irrespdnsible'
behavior of US military:forces
,using the area periedicalLy for
troop exercises. ,'
Local inhabitants complain there
is no way to tell:danger areas
from safe areas, and have asked
Panamanian authorities to post
such signs for the' protection of
adults es well as of minors who
A rounit up of namaa 'that
luso ,bseri submitted ,Includes
, tamp: Maddon, sasagrasi'
'',,, Imola Azoto Caballo, Baden. ;
Powell, Dan Board, El 'Tiara,
Conquistador;' Alegre, Itelampa.
',po, ArceIris, Latigo,
tador, ,Tiorillo, '' Cordillera; AS'.
, bond, Boit Hill, Sarea Marlai
, Po:memo's, Cross.'
Bahamas legislator saitt here Frit
bertad,' Bi. To,S, sod Whist-)
Poo Cuip 17,
,' '," t ;,','
ney to begin production of the
Nike-Zeus anti-missile missile.
The Army wants $1,0032000,000 for
Nike-Zeus. The budget would pro provide
vide provide ,only 300 million dollars for
research, development and test testing.
ing. testing. Rare Stamps len
From Auction House
Before Dublin Sale
DUBLIN, May 9 (UPI) Bur Burglars
glars Burglars stole $1,200,000 worth of
rare stamps last night from an
auction house where two guards
sat chatting in a nearby room,
But the thieves Passed up the
ten million dollars Maurice Bar Barrue
rue Barrue collection Stored near the
stole,n stamps in Sbanahan's auc auction
tion auction house.
Paul Sing, &manager of Shan Shan'than's,
'than's, Shan'than's, said the robbery repre represented
sented represented "probably the greatest
theft of its kind in history)
A suitcase containing about five
per cent of the stolen stamps was
found this morning on a Dublin
"That proves my point that the
idiots who stole these stamps
were amateurs," Singer said.
"They didn't know what they go
'will take SO !years for an3r
the 3,900 lots of stamps thatyer
taken lo, ha sold.',4'' 1 r,v..:
, , ,. ,. .,4 --- ,'' -,. ', .:,: '-"? N
Si"nger said that the two gear&
who' were ,in on nearby rooM"
, to protect the stamps, due tor sale
at auction today; told him they
didn't hear a sound. The thieves
broke through a ground floor ovin
dow and broke into cabinets on-the
ground and second floors.
Oakes Murder Case
May Be Reopened
MIAMI, May 9 (UPI) A
Cyril Stevenson said he will base
day he may ask the Bahamanian
Assembly Monday to reopen the
celebrated but unsolved Harry
Oakes murder case.
Cyril Stevenson said he w 1'1 I
the 'request on "much new in information"
formation" information" dug up in the slaying
by Raymond Schindler, a natiOn natiOnally
ally natiOnally known priirate investigator
Hiwever; Stevenson would not
disclose specifically what new
evidency he possesses.
Sir Harry Oakes, wealthy- Ca Canadian
nadian Canadian gold mine owner, was
bludgeoned to death In his Nassau
mansion the night .of July 7, 1943.
son-in-lau, Alfred De MarignY
W8S tried for the murder but was
.;,";,,, '' ", 14'.
HEAVY' Diltt,t1:11ViP TRICKS wait 'their 'turn" as One of the,
capacity ,,for the long 'haul tio ,spscifie4 siumg4 ng zees., Scene
lard Cut below. ,Contractorll ;1114 4, 4
;Vitit..It(0 W .0,e;i7:',
Running 20 Hours,
10,000 Tons Daily
Over on the west' bank of the Panama Canal, near
Contractor's Hill, the Big Ditch is getting bigger and
More than -160 men are operating the- heavy equip.
ment 20 hours a day as the Gaillard Cut wideninglob
goes into full swing. Within another 30 days work will
be going at peak rate except for delays caused by
Witil the exception of e small administrative and
supervisory group brought from' the United,States, all
workers, including heavy equipment operators, have been
According to F. M. Esielones, project clief of the
contractor, Merrit-Chapman & Scott Inc., of New York,
about-10,000 cubic yards of earth and rock are already
being removed daily at the project site. -
This removal rate will be upped
considerably when the first of
two giant earth !moving shovels
goes into operations early this
The large shovel, woth more
than $250,0000 has been assembled
at the Pedro Miguel locks and will
1,4wallied: to the job tomor tomor711.,,It'a
lath bite of these monstert
' scoops up sug cubit ,yards pfms.
'tarts!, which may be as much as,
10 fens., When in full operation
the two giants will increase the
removal rate br mere than, 3000
yards, or 4000 tons, every day.
But large as they are, the big
travels have their work ,cut out
for many months ti come, since
before the widening is completed
more than 5,5000,000. cubic yards
of materials must be removed.
The Gaillard Cut is being widen widened
ed widened on the west bank Of the Perot Perotso
so Perotso and Cu-earache reaches,' where
some 66 feeUn with is being ad added
ded added along eN,660Wfoot stretch.
The widening is being accom-.
plisbed at:e: cost In excess of
$7,000,000, and Is tentatively
scheduled for completion during
West of Contractor's Hill blast blasting
ing blasting has already begun to loosen
rocky and timbered soil to ease
work for earth-moving Machinery.
Famed Contractor's Hill itself
Will be the last obstruction to be
dynamited. It is, being spared to
the last only to forestall ,earlier
moving for the nearby signal
statlin and Merrit-Chapman of offices
fices offices and,shops now located in the
More thin 2,500,000 pounds of
explosives will be usded by the
time the job is completed. A good
part of this will go for underwater
blasting to bring the widened cut
to full channel depth.
Some temporary work step steppages
pages steppages are anticipated during
, the rainy season he company
sofNals emphasize'td that work
steps, only whets heavy Ole-
"mont 'cannot move. The prolect
,:le Scheduled at 20 hours fle)la
rsielines ,sald that the, 4,totat
,work force will vary from time tO
time, but dry season peaks are ez
pestected to ,reaeh as
. ,. .. ..,., , ,. ...
Minister of Goventment lose D.
Bazan ,announced yesterday that
a certificate 'will be awarded to
all those. persons who volunteered
for servwe in the Civil Defense
Battalion during the secant Amer.,.
The activities tlie defense bat battalions
talions battalions were, officially sended Fri Friday
day Friday at the Olyiepie Stadium,
where 114tmits of troops. and of officers
ficers officers were dissolved..
Bazanoin dissolving 'the defense
troops, thanked them!, for' their pa patriotie
triotie patriotie &forts, rioting particularly ,Z
that all troops had been reeruited
As a public recognition of these
efforts, Bazan annotmeed, each
volunteer would be presented with
a certificate of thanks for his vo voluntary
luntary voluntary offer to serve Panama ill
its time. of need.
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14,1141tres that the revolution scarce is over and it is safe to come
4.soitof hiding, Ginger Know All (Mail Box, May 5) is back criticizing
old,,J.Inele Sam again.
rev, .What I would like to knovi is where was this patriot hiding when
:hig,heloved country was invaded by foreigners? Did he volunteer to
tight to eject the invaders from his soil? Where wai Aquilino Boyd;
-the super-patriot who obviously wants to be President? Where were
,.Aleman, Moreno and the brave students of the University?
',The real patriots who plant flags, throw stmes, incite riots, de de'
' de' lirot Private and public property, and cause injury to innocent peo people,
ple, people, were very auiet. This is their country, their fatherland. Did
, rise in defense and form battalions to eject the invaders? Hell
' no! 'That Is dangerous. They might get hurt. ToArho did contribute
, men, ammunition and supplies? Uncle Sam, th usual sucker, the
taxpayers who toil and eontribute with their sweat, taxes to help
other persons and countries.
My husband spent three days and nights aboard a small ship,
, cruising the rough Sea. He is not a sailor but a soldier, with a heavy
' machinegun. His job? To protect the sovereignty of the Republic
of Panama: He was risking his life to protect "Ginger Know All"
and tbe rest of his tribe that haven't even the guts to move in and
wipe out a measly force of foreign invaders from their sacred soil.
, Yes, my friends in Panama, when you are in trouble, it is the
Arnerican, the despised Gringo who comes to your aid. When syour
, homes burn, the Gringo feeds, clothes and helps the helpless vie vie'
' vie' tints. When your country is invaded by international bandits, it is
,'.Anterican servicemen who rush to repel the invaders and protect
z raour lives and property:
1 Doesn't "Ginger Know All" have a short memory. Now he is
, again. The unfairness of poor old Uncle Sitm!
i- Perhaps the next time something like this happens,.and no doubt
''!'"it will, Uncle Sam should sit back, defend only the Canal and allow
the generous, merciful Cuban rebels to do here what they did in Cu Cur,
r, Cur, ,,ba Los Camiceros of Castro will show Ginger the demoeracy he
etipposedly Yearns for.
4,,, Ginger cries for justice, but what is his concept of justice? Cas Cas'
' Cas' tro's firing squads claim to represent justice too, and so did Adolf
mOinger's idea of justice' seems to be to steal from someone else
what they created from nothing, and to profit from other people's
tar and investment.
'losing, one last question of our brave patriot Ginger: "How
It.rou hope to maintain sovereignty over the Panama Canal. if it.
given' to you, when you can't even maintain ooveireignty over
' Nombre de Dios?"
The loud-moutli. summertime patriot, ugh!
J,:,11.National Guardsthen risked their lives for their country. Where
, were those heroes the students during the hour of their country's
- danger. Some of them were marehing to join the invaders. This
:;',ean be called' treason.
t i ,ou
11 Tiler. is going to be a party a farewell party. 'this party Is
aupposed to thew the brass what high regardthe employes have for
the departing official. How would you like being told that you will
ciintribute to and attpnd a partv for.someone who has done every every.
. every. a 'p thing in his power to decrease the number of Panamanians working
IA tinder him?,
Only recently this upcoming guest of honor.succeeded in achiev achiev.,;
.,; achiev.,; intswhat he atarted out to de four years ago. BY creating a new 100-
" Sitr for a US Rater imported from the States he eomnletpiv elim
p, utated Panamanians from what mrght be called staff positions in
411. This last action involved an employe with an enviabl.i. record of
:: long and excellent service at Amador and New York. ni like t-t knove
sk bow the offieial concerned oxoltiined to Amman,. and New 7orit of of::
:: of:: fiCialg who know the quality of the work of the emolove involved
just why someone must he interposed between this official and the
:, top man of the organization.
As I said at the start. Imagine s'omettilng like 300 Pan8MarlianS
10. who have been enduring this sort of treatment ftr four ger: now
:: being told they will contribute to and attend the farewell
ty, or else.
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Well, the gall of those cantured Cuban aoldiers of fortune.
They are hired by a group of treacherous PsoPmaniars tn save
, Panama from "dictatorship which thev would have done sun sunpose,
pose, sunpose, by r 11ting havoc and leaving blood and suffering in their
So they arp locked in the Panama's Carcel Modelo for their
pains and what do they come un with?
They 4o not like the orison diet. They want to get their own spe special
cial special fare through the Cuban Embassy.
Neither do they go for being housed in the jail at four mercenar mercenaries
ies mercenaries to a tell They gefr'Ionely under such accommodations and de de.
. de. mand that all 80-odd et them be placed In one hie room.
- These criminals 4,rtainiv have a nerve. Instead of thanking
their lucky stars that they are alive and being treated decently bv
their :raptors, they are now comnlainine that the people they intend intended
ed intended to mtirder don't feed them on roast turkey and sleep them on
.What would their heinous hero, Fidel Castro, have done to a
band of Panamanians who were grabbed in Cuba, hired say by Ba Batista.
tista. Batista. to help overthrow the Castro regime?
;. Thev, you, and I know that the invaders would have been shot
before firing squads at dawn just the wav over MO Cubans have al al.
. al. ready been disposed of by the Castro cutthroats.
JAet them eat the Cared Model prison slush and like it. for
otie Would advocate that they be fed on bread and we--
SY noegirt c. iturAltic
Mr, A. A.. &utter wits still in
the jailhouse when -1-:wrote this,
and I hope be stays- 'until his
lawyers eceumulate..enough' evi evidence
dence evidence to make.. brace .-Case
stand up strong and .proud -,
(Ed. note: liti,--Vautkr-li nos
out on bail, pending settlement el'
Mrs. Vautier, if you do not
know, is a gentleman, who lives in
Pelham, New Hampshire, and
commutes to work in Boston.
Massachusetts bas several Cabots
Lodges, Kennedys, and a state in-
come tax. Vautier has a wife and
three children in N.H. He was a,
job and an income-tax liability in
Let us inspect Mr. Nautter, who
ain't no weak boy. He's a 'civil
engineer who bought his know knowledge
ledge knowledge the hard way, including the
CCC camps, and fined down his
learning in plates like Ireland and
He has the gaze of a man who
looks at you instead of around you,
and, he'e big enough to fight his
way out -of the average barroom
bra wl. I
Briefly, Massachusetts, in 1955,
deckled that they could pick up
some fresh loot for the politicians
to graft on by taxing people who
lived outside the state but worked
in it. Vautier went commuting to
work in Boston in 1953. Two years
before the tax.
The .back-tax sum wasn't much,
only $140.80 for 1956, but Mr. Vau Vautier
tier Vautier said damn your iyes, I'll go
to jail before I pay.
He might have posted simple
bond, but the principle was high higher
er higher than the money involved. Some Somebody
body Somebody ha's got to straighten out
these state tax things, which can
amount to an unlimited license to
Up to now I've been in. no jails,
but I would like to provide Mr.
Vautier's lawyers with two in instances
stances instances of real professional at attempts
tempts attempts at hijacking.
It is a matter Of record that the
Senate of California tried to
shake me down for state income
tax, although I have never actual actually
ly actually lived in California, or ivorked
more than briefly in the lovely
state when merely passing
I mean, I might have written
a couple of columns with a Frisco
dateline, or been in a hospital in
Oakland as a Naval officer, but
I never owned a car, a house, or
even a rent-lease in the sunny isnd
of fog and smog.
But even so they billed me, and
didn't shut up until I wrote this
kind of piece about where is the
license for your gtm?
The other one was a gorgeous
thing, lawyers titke note. I havenT
iived in New York for six years,
but I getting really expensive tax
demands from the state,
mean money, man.. And nasty
Now mind you I' am not living
in New Jersey, because Ithere is
a little room for argument there,
I am living in Spain and Mil Milea
ea Milea and Australia and England and
all like that there. ''
And these New York creeps
still try to shake, years after I've
left. I unshake 'em pretty good,
because I refer them to the Bu Burau
rau Burau of Internal Revenue, which
knows where I live and how much
I am expected to pay, and never
sort of goes on the shake.
I just asked the Bureau to tell
these m in or league gangsters
where I lived, and what I owed,
and the fact that it bloody well
certainly was not -New York. I
have not heard 'Aim the state statetype
type statetype shake-artists since, any more
than I have heard from the' op
portunists in California.
A bulb-nosed man named IV.
C. Fields once made a wry movie
called, I think, "You Can't Chiat
an Honest Man," and he was ba basically
sically basically right.
Since my taxes, if you care,
are paid in Washington, D. C., in
the 'Province of Gerona, in Spain,
in England, France, Germant,
and a Vock of other places whcre
they strip you of royalties, I know
a certain thing. 'I don't pay in
California, and I damn' well
don't pay, in New York, because
I simply 'don't live there.
This is a matter of record, but
you would never know it If you
talked to the state tax people, who
evidentiy thumb through any old
directory and ehoose tip anybody
who look; likely as an aesy
I don't suppose Mr. Vautier
needs any heavy help in his bat battle
tle battle with Massachusetts.
But if he wants a precedent, I
think can dig ut) some printed
el14)ePwY Yi no rwl iSetha tie
redely lost, and I ain't heard a
word from the gentlemen "ince,
let alone lawyers.
Half a ColumnMore or LessNow and Then
by CREDE CALHOUN
Recently when I wrote a coulmn
about Jose Quintero, who has
made a great name for himself in
the theatre and about Manuel
tease, who is giving the best
jockeys in the, United States a
run for the' money, I omitted an another
other another local boy Who has made
Miguel Acocoa, graduate of Yale
University, horse player, some
times Set, who likes to read more
than he likes to write, once con
tributed book reviews to the Pa Panama
nama Panama American and covered gen general
eral general assignments. He was also lo local
cal local stringer for Newsweek. Mike,
as ,he was known to his friends
here, returned to the United States
with his charming wife Ann, to
write a novel.
It is a long time since I've heard
about Mike's novel and Ihave
never known the subject of his
opus. Maybe he had an advance
payment on the novel. I don't
know. At any rate he went to
work for the Nel. York Evening
Post, and for several years li28
been night foreign editor.
Now Mike has moved to the
editorial staff of Life en Espahol.
And if you doubt that you will
find his name on the masthead.
I consider We en Espanol as
being lucky .to get Mike. He has
the background in both Latin
America and the United States
for the job. He is completely bi bilingual
lingual bilingual and can write equally well
in either language.
ANOTH E R HOM I
Victor Dunaway, son of Dan
Dunaway of the Canal Zone po4-
tal service, is a Canal Zone boy
who has made good as a newspa newspaper
per newspaper man. Well, geod enough to be
Fishing Editor and daily column columnist
ist columnist onthe Miami Herald. Victr
likes to fish and got his back background
ground background for the deep sea fishing in
which he specializes here in Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. Although not a deep sea
fisherman myself read Vicotr's
column occasionaly and enjoy it.
Still on the subject of home town
boys, Jose Quintero, is at present
in San Juan, Puerto Rico, where
he has gone to lecture on his
specialty, the theatre, as the guest
of the Puerto Rican government.
And Manuel Ycaza, who, got
his start as a jockey at the old
Juan Franco track, was the first
Panamanian to have a mount in
Kentucky Derby. He had a 20-1
shot and finished about the mid middle
dle middle of the field which was good
for the horse he rode.
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't, r ASCOT FIDEL.' CASTRO
The Overstait.iPressi Club ; of
,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,, New York, of ,whichldim a mem mem'''i
'''i mem'''i ' ber, has loprastice '' entertain..
ing VIP's (very ''.11nportant per per4
4 per4 Ikk, ,r- 1 40. villis) who visit New York City.
, a ,I7stmosItegrr e:fts tio
It. k foreign. ettsdodme
.. ,e ritiel Castro, Premier of Cuba
. LI on his triumphal tour of the trotted
,467, .4.,.el States, was .guest of hnor st a
u 41 trip ola I:theon April 23 at which All re re,
, re, 9,, Itt cords' for attiindance,were broken.
Thtre were 1600 at tho luncheon
Inch was held in the vand ball
m of the Hotel Astor. The al al'
' al' , ,'., 7 'P.N., .... fair wis held at the Astor because
',, wits,' rip the clubhouse at 33 East 39th
, t'.' l'ul streat,',.Was too small. .,
1102 Herbert Matthews ..kt the New
, York 'Ilmes, and prominent lyi the
, affairs od tha Press Club, ilttend ilttend,
, ilttend, .", ,,-4,,-4. :',.. ',--,',',1,y2!.-.' :, ..!---...-0,',... a,-- lo.' .'-'1, 0 -'-' "t'" '','' ...'q ,''''',"
ed the luncheon. Matthews won
the George Polk memorial award
for reporting "requiring excep exceptional
tional exceptional abroad" for his interview
with Castro in the Sima Maestra,
when the Batista government
claimed that he had been killed
Castro told of his interview
with Matthews lind said tgat
when Matthews first saw him
"we had 18 menhe thought
we were a patrolbut that was
our entire army.
"He didn't aik us how many men
we had, because he thotight it
wasn't right. And I didn't tell
It was news that Castro was
alive, but it would have been bet better
ter better news for Batista if he had
knOwn that the man who wis to
force him to flee to Santo Do Domingo,
mingo, Domingo, had only 18 men. President
of the Overseas Press Club,
Thomas P. Whitney, in introduc introducing
ing introducing Castro called him a candid,
date for "man of the year." Dtit
Castro's performance since has
let some doubt about that.
Fidel Castro Is an enigthatic,
contradictory inconsistent and
dramatically courageous man. In
his talk at the Overaeas Press
Club, Castro remarked with his
engaging sniile: "As Lincoln said,
you can fool some of the people
some uf the time, but you ,can't
fool all of the people all the
Fidel Castro seems to be oper operating
ating operating on the theory that he can
fool all the people all the time.
Contrast what he said in Cuba
about the United States with what
he said in his triumphal tour of
that country. Don't forget that his
attacks on the United States in
Cuba where he was talking for
home consuptiob were not only
rabid demagoguery, but also mis misrepresentation
representation misrepresentation of the facts.
People who heard his barbudos
speak here and talked to them
found that they tlaked as much
against the United States as they
did against Batista. That was the
pattern of their tour of South
America That in at least. some
instances; has been the lite fol followed
lowed followed by his dipldmatic repre representatives
sentatives representatives In the Caribbean area.
I have no Information on South
There are plenty of people and
periodicals who doubt the in innocence
nocence innocence of Castro with respect
to ,the recent invasion Pananta
by former members of his own
army and other Vuban volunteers.
When he saw the reaction of the
other American- states he called
his brother Raul to Houston, Tex.;
and evidently ordered a complete
He sent two officers here to' in intercede
tercede intercede with the invaders and his
diplomatic. representative here
offered to intercede and probably
did the best he will& Certainly he
is interceding now in behalf of
the prisoners in the Careel Mode Modelo,
lo, Modelo, most likely at the behest of Fi Fidel
del Fidel Castro. I doubt that. any di diplomatic
plomatic diplomatic representative of Castro
ever does very much on Ms own.
The next request may be that they
be given the Order of Balboa.
This plea for clemency is sur surprising
prising surprising to come' from' government
that has executed Cubans almost
wholesee.. Castro' himself.' an announced
nounced announced that the penalty would be
death for 'anY stealing from the
government by a :government em employe.
ploye. employe. It is reported that a man
was shot for selling marijuana
and that a woman school teacher
has been sentenced to death.
Now I do not advocate th death
sentence for the Cubans, who in invaded
vaded invaded Panama. There is no law
for such action in this country.
But I do wonder whether a group
of panamanians who invaded Cu Cuba
ba Cuba to overthrow the government
of Fidel Castro would be. truted
any better than the Cubans who
inaded Panama have been and
' Fidel Castro chided the govern governmen
men governmen tof Pentane, because it pre preferred
ferred preferred a peaceful settlement
through the Organization of Am American
erican American States. He belittled
threat of less than 100 invaders a against
gainst against the National Guard. Would
he have preferred to have the
guardia hunt down and kill .411 of
the Cnban invaders?
But I' May be wrong abodt all
of the foregoing, is a letter from
a freind in Havana seems to in indicate.
dicate. indicate. The' friend writes; "I do
nothing but read the paperi--- in.
eluding Illevolution", the official
organ of 'the government, edited
by, Carlos' Francini; who formerly
was on "Hoy", the Red rag, which
the othar day had the nerve
to say tut the.. Panamanian in invasion
vasion invasion was fostered by the United
States tp discredit Cuba, in' the
eyes of Latin America."
The foregoingjooks like a waste
of time -and money on the part
of the United States as it appears
that Fidel eastro and his brother
Raul are, doing a pretty good job
of .discrediting Cuba in the, eyes.
of Latin America.
CALLING 'SHORN PATROL
police department, given new
assignment to patrol the water waterfront
front waterfront three miles out in Lake
Michigan now that the St Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence Seaway is open, listed to today
day today .some new equipment it toys
it needs: ,
6 ni E1:1'..,010;
n transfer,of its
Furniture Show Room
- to Just Arosemeilla Ave"fiz 3;n' d St.
(Edifielo Vallaiino) )
, e' t t d'
Sales 1Upti . . ,. i is ift 'Tel. 34179
Managemeat .t.....;:.t.t.erliel. 37,4907
- Yost Office BOI 7265
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INFIDELS AND DI INHERITED BEAqHCOMBER ,t et
us set aside tar: the otime being' the telsetmly effort to triti
olze,the,ties.ire of a fellow,name OVer in ,theitod
man Boating Mu Vto compet-overyoncte show up in-their
"Tenn's, anyone?" regalia for some keelhauling-cereniong,
they', reputedly -have scheduled Irv:the-near 'futursi
-If Hines wants his fellow 'watermin to show up n ant
of the 57 varieties of uniform he may expeotthem:to have
at their dispossi that's hit business and-n-of mine
With the Fa Icoh and a 0-boat patrolling the Cetibbean
against ghost-armadas, of Cubans, and ''thay' catide race
through the -Panama Canal, there's. been-such'e'epat$ of
Naval activity' round here lately thatAt Hines ordered all
hands ,ta turn out, In Robin Hood ,cesturni of11'101k
green,, bow 'and' prow and all, I would notbe the Irian to
doubt the )tilsdont hit- Orders.' 1'2.; 9
1, hold. ft to bs my'oviti fault eotirely that I baste-Dever
been able to understantehow a gan makes a bigger' bangsor
fires- more 'accuratelyihen. the, button -is preised,:er the
lanyard' is pulled by an individUal.arityed itto,vhite,liaats
when the foregoingfunctions are perfertned by;tt A-trader
Seeing that the only justification of the Navy's, enjoy-
trent of the taxpayers' bounty is such entitude as Navy men
may have to shoot far and straight, 1 tiaturally assume
that any hue of raiment decreed by couturier Hines 41a, di directed
rected directed to this end, and accept his judgayient In a ballistic
matter too technical for my comprehension. -,,,,
.1 haye not'beeo able to confirm ,whetherA4,feJlOwit
who dropped the' Al'bomb on Hireehtme.affectedAyhifte,en Hireehtme.affectedAyhifte,ensembles
sembles Hireehtme.affectedAyhifte,ensembles to ensure greater accuracerin the;task they were
Paid for. nor whether a Strategic Ale Comjytand.fiew'on a
long-range pinpoint bombing mission present as snowy and
immaculate, an aspect as a Man upon a palace' latea
1 hasten to refute any suggestion that Hines' interest
in this occasion centers more on Chocelate Soldier 'fancy
dress parades than on marksmanship vital to the defense of
the free world. The evidenee to the centrary is abundant.
Hines is a man of honer, and forthermore Stateside uniont
are strong. ,
if .this were to be a 'Chocolate Soldier parade. Hine
would hays to pay his performers at the Actors Equity ,rate,
instead of the armed services lower' pay spades'. Till such'
time as Actors Equity stept in, I'll just go alongassodiating
the color white with straight shooting.
Let us now 'proceed to the, question of what itemt
publithed in any newspaper are of interest to what section
of that paper's readership. For some time around this office
lt had been believed that the local-rate towns'of Paralso
and Rainbow City' did not get thmeselves or their citizens
mention In this paper cornmensuiate with their proportion
of the Canal, Zone's population.
Word had bien relayed here that a feeling amenceN
'newspaper readers in local-rate towns wait 'that the, t'
-rate'communities got way more than their ehare-of pukticry
for their pleasures and problems, to the consequeni
'exclusion of coverage of the pleasures 'and problems .of
1, In ;RA., eftort to cure any imbalance which may have
existed, a letter,went out from this ptper dated Jan. 30
'his year and addressed to the Civic Council presidents in the
Local-rate towns of Pariah, Pedro Miguel, Santa Cruz and
Said the letter from the city desk te t hepresident of tbil
local-rate civic council, In (MO case: "I woUld like toindi toindilish
lish toindilish a,weekle column of comtraunity news from your town--
local happenings. and people Which do not ordinarily get
news coverage'. You probably know someone tvith the
Willingness. writing ability and local knowledge to ,handie
this chore. Or it could be shared round."
The ieter in each case. went on to make it clear that
no payment could be expected but that an expression of
opinion of the Merits of the plan would be appreciated 'at
Ifast at, the Canal Zone Festal Service could cope with it.
April 11, two and a half month later another letter
on the subject went out from this office id the local-rate
Civic Council presidents. The final paragraph of this letter
, "I have not yet heard of what you think of' this (Jan.
30), toxive increased 'publieity to yOur community, and it
activities. I would 'greatly appreciate, therefore, your writ writ'
' writ' ing or calling me to give me the benefits of your thOught
Ion, this project." 1
In each case the !eters were dispatched to:
1. E.' L. Fawcett,. Partite Civic Council president
Box 183, Paraiso:
2. Cleveland Roberts. Pedro Miguel Civic Councirpres Councirpresident.
ident. Councirpresident. Box 1170. Balboa;
3. glis Violet Henry, Santa Cruz Civic Council pies..
ident. Box 3130 Gamboa;
4. 'Dave E: White, Rainbow City 'Civic pres president,
ident, president, Bpx 6. Cristobal.
Sum total of the answers so far received and a half' One
!eters written: zero.
, Maybe at more accurate total Is seven and a half. One,
,call did come from Cleveland' Robert, but to what extent
the call bore directly on the proposal set out in the letter
was far from clear.
Possible Isasons for the ajzsence of replies fall into
the following -categories: ,
(b) office boy' never ppsted the letter., elected
addresses as provided by the Public Information Office, at
Balboa Heights was out of date; --
(sr The- office boy 'never 'posted ,the letteri,lelected
instead to Docket the stamp money and 'went,,Seuth:
' (0) The' contents ef the letters at dispatched were
wholly ,11114trate, and altogether incomprehensible;
The,' officere of the local-rate civie count:Its:are
asleep at the switch when-offered a chance of getting seers
of their home folks, in the news.; ,
, For my part, any'.Local Rater who hats anything to
say' abOut discrimination In newat'coverage.henceforth.,will
be respectfully urged to 'go take a runningnjump in to the
Pedro Miguel duokpond.! ,
Pedro Miguerduckpondo : ,
- This Will, remain tho ,statiding adVice, till such no'
any such LoCia Rater harasses.his dUlvelicted
'Topresentatives Into having the cOurtesy, tit least to Atok
nowledlie 'the vccortunitt, tublicity ;mad
,vallibis to them in tlio correi0ondence suetedhoro.,
. 1 :
PF.RCY'$ pgERLEss PCTENT, Oils-tieek Is surety
7. -kids so far enrolled tha;,'6inal ,-tone'e lOcai-ra
Choate' for the forthcoming' year,' in the hope that they ,',
learn to be prompter it apsyiering ietters thin ltre:k
L hstity Were, 1
Anommelionsomme, directory and choose upgh atenyybodol
rviornoy Intim throu ------- ---- --TInaticr-ePre of discrediting Cuba in the. eyes
Haul are, doing a pretty good Job
!eters written: zero.
yd inhe ShanalJugaenne, PtuoeleoetRuriceo,-ownhebries lowed by his dip o ,
who look; likely as an aesy specialty, the theatre, as the guest sentatives in the Caribbean area.
I have no information on South
of Latin America. Maybe at more accurate total is seven and a half. Otte,
'Il 4 chump. .call did come from Cleveland' Roberta, but to what extent
0. of the Puerto Rican government. America.
.1, And Manuel Ycata, who, got the call bor.. directly on the proPosal set out in the letter
, 0 I don't suppose Mr. Vautier his start 85 a jockey at the old There are plenty of people and CALLING'SHORI PATROL was far from clear.
.. :...1 needs IA! heavy help in his bat- Juan Franco track, was the first periodicals who doubt the in- Thechicago Possible 'teations for the alpence of tepee lall Into
, -"' 1 tle with Massachusetts. Panamanian to have a mount in
nocence of Castro with respect CHICAGO (UPI)--
But if he wants a precedent, I Kentucky Derby. He had a 20-1 to the recent invasion of Panama Police department, given A new the following categories. ,, ,
think I can dig uo some printed shot and finished about the mid- by' former members of his own assignment to ,patrol 'the Avater- -, (b) The office boy' never posted the letteri,' elected
, 4 co in whi
PY ch I told Califortila and th field ic wa ood
cite of e wh h s g army and other Vuban volunteers. front three miles out in Lake addresses as provided by the Public information taloa', at
,f.:: New York State to go and get very for the horse he rode.
' Michigan now that the St. Law-
,? Jai.. nidely lost, and I ain't heard a ' When he saw the reaction of the rence Seaway iii open, listed to Balboa. Heights was out of date; 1 .,
0 I., .' word from the gentlemen "ince, , ,,,jk other American- states he called day some new equipment it Says
(sr The- office boy 'never posted ,the letteri, sleeted
, let alone lawyers. i ink, ,,thilzk his brother Raul to Houston, Tex.; it needs: ' ,1 instead to Pocket the stamp money and 'went,,South: ',"
.n..."."1111.11!!"1"1"Wki"1".11"'."10M.. 604;;;L .... ' , 0
.. ' ' (o) The contents of the letters ai dispatched wore
t: ,-----!--- - .. .a.
' '' -----t whOIN Jillerate- and altogether incomprehensible; ',
i, '.. kr ,,,,---'"'"-",,i,"...... It, ,,..,
- ,1' a ,,,' od) lb.,' officert of the local-rate eivis councils: are
ABOUT NOEL.' C STA T k
.1 I .. .. s , The OverseastRressi Club ; of Lp) 6 EIK
al antatutei2A hen ff red h
h w -o e a c anc
,, asleep at the switc ta of getting some
, I .. 0 New York, of.whichletm a mem . P of their home folks in the news.; ,
, - , , ,
,,, ,..tt., .,, .. 1 ' her, has 10.Prae.tice entertain.. ,, -.0
, For my part, any'local Rater who hats anything to
, - ing VIP's (very Important sr.
Il Ikk, r 1 ss sons) who visit New York ty. The transfer,of its Fine ,' .:, say' obi:Jut discrimination In ne.watOoverage henceforth ,will
, rre P601 - ..
, u -- ) be respectfully urged to 'go talcs e. runninclump In tti the
The roster of ti:sts of honor is
'-- 1. .. IgZUZ;;) wig, . .1-
- ikr.o.. , a list of greats th domestic and
Furniture Show Room
Pedro Miguel duckpondo ''
, ,.. , .,
,,' Z , ,
- i at 4'1
- -- ''',','''' -,14 ' ; ;-Thls Will remain the standing adVicat till such t vita a
,, f.) Z I II V It.., ritiel Castro, premier of Cube es 82n' d St. le
seshis duly. cted civiccpuncil
, 1 1 1 ...
on his triumphal tour of the United to Just Aroseme4 Av & soy such Loci! Rater haras
4 A .
. States, was "guest of honor at a (Edifielo Vallarino) ) s 'representatives Into having the courtesy, at least to .ack
,, ,: q al
luatheon April 23 at which all re-
. , .. e',,,.''''trl t', nowledite the opoortunitV, for lioniatown Sublicity made
,',:o, 4 ; cords' for attendance,were broken. cales Dopt4 6,-.." ,,, ,
' Tel; 34179
,,. available to them in tlie correspondence queteChere. ,
'N.C:,:zEDIE) Thtre were 1600 at the luncheon ,,'' .
'.. '' k il e Tel '34907 1 ., ,,, ......... in ,.., !, ,g, ,-, i ..,
. luth was held In the grand ball manageMedt .t'...,,,,,, ,,., ., ,
'',', '),,, t:::) ':qt..71
.nt of the Hotel Astor. The al- '
PFACY'B pgERLEss TENT this week Is surety the
' Yost Office 13P; 7265 .,' .ji 2833
.,,,s,,,,,g.. ,, !,710,4,,a fa wits held at the Aitor because
l', i ) - '.. ' ',' ' '.''''.. v ' ' '- kids so far enrolled '1111 the 'Canal Zone's local-r4J
, 2 ,i;' ,.; , ,,' , ,,ii"
' ".,,! il , tit Iwo Pot 1001. ''1'revalf rileir the clubhouse at 3.5 East 39th
- street:4as too small. ', ,, ,,,, l'.1, 1
" ; : 0 ; ,L,
tart p c ,,,,,t, ,, ,,,,, ,,
t se.hools' for the forthcoming year, In the hope that they.
., sa, '..: 4 1103 Herbert Matthews ....f the New m
111 1 ,
, ,, ,:, ,i; , ,,,,, : will learn to be prompter at ans,Wering letters than On,
0, 0'1 '' Allna "Any life guards In the crowd?" ,, ,.. t., .. ,.......... ht,....,,......,...,-...,,,,,,, A
I ., ' York Times, and prominent In the ,.,. '-''' -,'' ,,. ,- -,,,,, -1- I-
, ...1 their' eiders, ,
,'. :t. ' affairs of the Press -, ,
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he Navy's, enjoy-
Rie. as N'avy men
trier Hines kg, di diant
ant diant In a ballistic
Mend prow' 'on a
'lace late it 1
it kines' interest
to Soldier 'fancy
to tho defense of
try is abundtant.
or parade, Hine
tors Equity ,rato,
soalee. Till such'
of what "Unit
to what section
trouncl this office
or thiii citizens
as that the, t',
:onsequent tiew tiewind
ind tiewind problems .of
which may have
r dated Jan. 30
presidents in tho
Santa Cruz and
epresident of tftg
oUld like to, puii puii'om
'om puii'om your town town5t
5t town5t ordiparily get
means With the
viedge to handle
lake it clear illat
an expression of
e appreciated 'at
d cope with It.
ir another letter
id tho local-rats
tph of this letter
nk of this (Jan.
rnmunity, and it
efore, your writ writDf
Df writDf your thOught
led to: 1
vie Council 'pros 'prosvic
vic 'prosvic Council pros prosvie
vie prosvie CoRocil pros prosand
and prosand a half One
and a half. Ono,
: to what extent
out in the letter
replies 'fall Into
Illation Office. at
vie councihr are
of getting some
t henceforth ,will
rnjump in t the,
till such tittle aa
at least to ,ack
tek is surety the
'410 .otte lecti-ra
nape that they
letters than arn 1
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11'11E ECNDAY AMERICAN
'MITE MONEY ',---- ,The tt;Oil from"' Mortar.B attery, lst Battle Group, 20th Infantry,,Fort Koithe,
are out tooprovo the olCsaying, "You Can save moncy while In. the Mlny." Over 93 -percent of
the-inen on duty with the unit joined the'economy trendthis month to put a total' of $1045 in sob
diers! deposits.,Capt, Philip 11-Rertz, battery commander,. turns the money over to lst Sgt. Charles
M. Brown to 'be deposited as the four top men to ok on and visualize their money growing, Left to
kight are Pvt: Charles Williams, Pfc. Amos Wight man, -Pfc. Benjamin Albert and Pfc. Raymond'
Johnson, ,',, (US Army Photo)
LONDON, May 9 Mr. and Mrs.
Downham of Nottingham in the 1
English Midlands, spread' smiles
of gladness round Britain'a break breakfast
fast breakfast tables the other day. Their
happy Iaces bealned tout froin a
newspaper portrait taken on the
raormng of their 75th wedding an anniversary.,
niversary., anniversary., They were married on
April 16, 1884.
Now, both 98, they are, I -take it,
supreme examples of that abili ability
ty ability ti "get along with life!' which,
according ito our holiday statistic statisticians,
ians, statisticians, is a trait in the national
character appealing strongly to
visitors from abroad.
Sexenty-five years ago the
Downhams leftthe church by
horsViirawir'erairrage'. Today, ,I
have no doubt, they would take
()for granted the new -British hel-.
icopter taXi .services..0r,WhY, not
, Ta,hOvercraft?, The, next page to
their lipittiire e featured new
British revolutionary saucer-shaped
hovercraft -due for operational
trials in ...lune.
What a honeymoin trip it would
have given them if invented in
1884,- ',, , ,
NG MERE STUNT
Driven by- a, 450-horsepower
tbe Saunders 4- Roe hover hovercraft
craft hovercraft sldms along the sea's sur surface
face surface about, sit feet up on an air
-custion created by fans.
Nor is it a mere test pilot's stunt.
Britain's National Research DeJ
velopment Corporation foresses
hovercraft travel' on airliner
From the days 'of the tine-horse
cab, Mr. and Mrs. Downham had
been getting along together for
quarter of a century, and had seen
the advent of the motocar, be before
fore before the first, Engineering and
Marine Exhibition was held in
London 'in 1909.
And thougth marvellims itt the
time, what a different affair that)
must have been compared F with'
the spectacular display of WO WOmation,
mation, WOmation, welding and nuclear
techniques I saw at- the 1959
edition at Olympia in London;last
Ilalf-a-centurY ago Britain's ,,en ,,engineering
gineering ,,engineering exports represented on only
ly only 12 percent of the country's
overseas earnings from manufact manufactToday
Today manufactToday the cOntributions Is 46
percent-4 fact stressed by Sir
Edward Thompson, president Of
the exhibition, in his opening
' One old of every seven employ employed
ed employed persons works in engineermg,
while tbe gross output of
the industry has reached an an annual
nual annual value of. S16,800,000,000.
Anyone who imagines that con convinitotal
vinitotal convinitotal engineering jogs along
Independently In this nuclear age
had an eye-opener at Olympia.
More than a third of the exhibit exhibitors
ors exhibitors showed products and compo-,
mints adapted -for atomic,- energyo
and they included firms whose
-life until recently yas devoted to
the tn,aking of pumps, valves, oil
'engines and lubricants.
Nor is this surprising. BY 1086
'the Dnited Kingdom expects to
have an output of 6000 mega megawatts
watts megawatts froth,' a,' tountrY-Wide Chain
of nutleat power sattions,:4' 4,1
One firth,. for example,- which
makes hydraulic pumps,and pres-,
sure gauges, was showing an
canny "slave 'manipulator',1i4, al almost
most almost like a human hand, "which
enables the operator to stay, safe-,
ly screened frork radio-active Iso Isotppetl.
so sesattivi Is its touch that' it
could Wined ,for, anything from
relt PI tri I P
14. 2 ,,
hreading, a needle to combing
a girl's hair.
Another company, whose special speciality
ity speciality was roller bearings for ship's
machinery, was showing the
largest ball'hearings in the world.
On them rotated a steel ring
which is to carry a load of 90
tons at the new Berkeley nuclear
I was able t set it revolvidg by
gently pulling on a length of sew sewing
ing sewing cotton. t,
KNOTS IN STEEL TUBES
Tying steel tubes into knots.
at the rate of eight btads a min minute,
ute, minute, was made ,to look easy by a
firm now busy on nuclear power
, , ,
' Almost as spectacular was the
weaving of a steel wire carpet by
a teenage girl working an 11-ton
- Drama is not in be expected.in
an engineering exhibition, WV I
found it in--of alllplacesthe dis display
play display by a firm of- marine bilge
pump manufacturers. Their new
steel and plastic pamp act as an
artificial heart to keep a patient
alive during surgical operation.
On the shipping side there was
much interest in models of the 40,-
00Q-ton liner Caubern, now build building
ing building at Belfant, and her turbo-electric
Canberra and her sister shir
Oriana are the biggest passenger
liners to be built in Britain since
World' War II-With all-aluminium
welded decks, they are intended
for the Australian and Pacific rii.
Talking of voyages "down un under,"
der," under," a ned, survey by the
British Travel and Holidays As Association
sociation Association shows that visitors from'
Australia and New Zealand stay
longer in Britain than any other
guests-- Australians' visits -average
146 days and Nevi 'Zealand 'Zealanders'
ers' 'Zealanders' 162 days. Last year, 20,000
came by sea and 1,2,000 by air.
'Thirty-six percent, visited Brit Britain
ain Britain to see friends or relatives. 47
percent came purely on a- pleas pleasure
ure pleasure trip, and the remainder for
business or other personal rea reasons.
Australia, incidentally, sends to
Bz:itain more tourists per head 0!
population than almost any .other
The visitor's main tagets, apart
from London, were Windsor, with
its Royal Castle; Oxford Univer University;
sity; University; Stratford.Avon, birthplace
of Shakespeare: the famous West
of England beauty spots of Devon
and Cornwall, and the scenic
glories of the English Lake Dis District.
Britahes richly Varied Scenery,
by the way, came top in order
of preference with historic' build buildlogs,
logs, buildlogs, tradition and pageantry, next.
GRANDCHILD FOR BING
HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Bine
Crosby'S second grandchild will!
be limed after the singer's first'
wife, Dixie Lee. Me 5-pound, 13-
ounce girl was born Wednesday
to Sandra Druitmond Crtisby and
her husband. Phillip, one of the
crooner's twin sons,
lf a lazy liver causes youlto ;suffer
' fromlndiseatiert, sae. cow"
stipattos.' headaches, bad breath, dia..
aides, biliousness and akin blemishes;
est Maslen from your chemist today.
, Niue ion Is a real tonic) to the liver ant
tatostlasa,ilet Masks at drugstofeb
'Ike Unhppy With' Senate Delays
Handlitig Federal Nominations
WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi President
dent President Eisenhower sotmds frustrated
and tmhappy about Senate delays
in handling his nominees' for fed federal
eral federal jobs. Ile should brace him himself
self himself for even rougher treatment
in the election year of 1960.
He could learn what to expect
by asking former Presidents Hoov Hoover
er Hoover and Truman whal, happened
to batches of nominations they
sent to a hostile Senate during
the last year of presidential
Eisenhower has grumbled about
the Senate at his two most recent
news conferences. He was miffed
not only by attacks on Clare
Boothe Luce, who later resigned
as ambassador to Brazil, and Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of Commerce Lewis L.
Strauss. He complained also about
inaction on nominees for post postmasterships,
masterships, postmasterships, federal judgeships
and-U.S. attorney jobv,
The' record -shows only 18 of
990 postmaster ncrminees have
been cenfirmed this session, but
'pore will get -Senate approval.
Nominations for judgeships and
U.S. attorneys are moving slowly
but not as slowly as can- be ex expected
pected expected next year.
Democrats in the Senate ,wM
not be eager to let lifetime feder federal
al federal judgeships go to Repablieans
when they scent a chance to in install
stall install a Democrat in the White
House after the 1960 election. If
they stall, they will merely follow
a bipartisan custom.
A couple of pages in, the Con Congressional
gressional Congressional Record or Dec. 14,.
1932, tell the story. Although un under
der under nominal Republican control,
the Senate then voted 44 to 37
against taking up nominations.
Sen. Joseph T. Robinson of Ar Arkansas,)
kansas,) Arkansas,) then Democratic leader,
said his side felt 'no appointees
should be confirmed for jobs run running
ning running beyond March 4, 1933, when
the Roosevelt administration
would be taking over. A Republi Republican
can Republican Senate did the same to Pres Pres!dent
!dent Pres!dent Wilson in 1920, he said.
Speaking for Adhe Republicans,'
Sen. Charles L. McNary of Ore-1
gon confessed that he' -may have
been -an unwitting participant In
the 1920 action but said it was a
"When his ox h gored, he re regards
gards regards it as e, bad Precedent," said
To that lame duck session of
Congress, ,President Hoover sub sub,
, sub, milled 1,662 postmaster nomina nominatiOnt.
tiOnt. nominatiOnt. None-was confirmed. Of 128
nominees for other tivillan jobs,
57 were not confirmed.
The GOP-controlled Senate in
1948 failed to se. on 830 postmast postmaster
er postmaster tominatlins and 277 other ap appointments
pointments appointments of President Truman.
However,- Truman won the 1948
Presidential election end kept the
jobs for' Democrats anyway.
senhower vpset Democratic hopes
'in the same way by winning in
1956 atter the eMOtratie Senate
'had fele& to act on 628 of his
CRASH KILS AIRMAN
TAMPA,. Fla. (UPI) A B-47
jet bomber Vdth four men aboard
crashed On takeoff Wednesday at
Mac Dili 'Air. Force Ba803, killing
one of the airmen. Capt. Gene J.
O'Malley, 34, Huntington, W. Va.,
aircraft c o m,m ande r,, Capt
Charles Gould, '39, 'Fort -Worth,
Tex., navigator instructor, and
Capt., George Beckingham, 3,
Btadley, W. NA., navigator, au&
fered minor Jiwiuries. The name of
the airman kUled was Avithheld.
In West Sprinfield, Mass., peo peopie
pie peopie over 65 are getting a break
us ,an area where they most ap appreciate
preciate appreciate it the pocketbook.
A total of 27 merchants offer
them discounts of 10 to 30 per
cent on purchases. In addition,
two golf courses invite them to
It's all. part of the program of
West Sprmgfield's Council for the
Aging, whose aim is to "promote,
educate and provide services to
senior citizens, 65 and over, in the
fields of welfare, health, recrea recreation,
tion, recreation, education and housing." Carl
B. Smith is council chairman.
'rhe only requiretient is that a
senior citizen apply to the com committee
mittee committee for a nontrinsferable die diecoimt
coimt diecoimt card, which entitles him to
"in the first hvo weeks of our
program we registered 400 peo people'',
ple'', people'', re;sorted Baldwin B. Loo,
'West Springfield's part and re recreation
creation recreation director.
Here are some of the hargabis
older people get by showing their,
discount cards: as high as 30per
cent off list price on sinks and
cabinets; 20 per cent off on small
applicances, bedding, and rug
and upholstery cleaning; 1.5 cents
a gallon off on fuel oil; as high as
25 per cent off list price on re refrigerators,
frigerators, refrigerators, electric. god gas
ranges, automatic washing ma machines,
chines, machines, electric and -gas clothes
There are discounts of 15 Per
The Strauss nomination' is some something
thing something -different inasmuch as Cabi Cabinet
net Cabinet znembers do not have fixed
terms and serve at the pleasure
of the President. There have been
Senate battles over.Cabinet nomi nominees,
nees, nominees, but only seven have been
rejected when brOught to a vote.
emit on. furniture 'Mid
big mut of 10 per icent On s'wide
variety of items, inclddinc baked
goods,' eyeglasses.: bousewaresi no notions,
tions, notions, paints and .enamelstolUminum-storm
up awnings,: drugs,- prescriptions
and toiletries,' windw shed e,s,'
men's and women's clothing.,
According. Leek. tha West
Springfield Chambori of Com Commerce
merce Commerce co-eperated In- the pro proloct.
loct. proloct. And Lee says Ws' lust got gotting
ting gotting under way. '
'We plan to add s more-firms
to our list," he says. -"We also
will send out letters to our senior
citizens? telling them about free
recreation, education and health
services our town. offers.
"We plan to have the Red Cross
take bllod ty'pes, for identification
case of accident.' And( we are'
thinking obout a new housing de development..
velopment.. development.. for our older people.'
Q--As a baby sitter, should I
.consider myself self ethployed,
so -far as Social Secuirty is con concerned?,
cerned?, concerned?, Miss L. F. J.
Your employer, must
forward be your and his share
of tax to tits internal Revenue
Q--I've been a railroad worker
eight 'years and I've also worked
on other jobs. How are my retire retirement'
ment' retirement' benefits figured?--T. R.
- AIf you, have had fewer
, than 10 years Of railroad service
your 'benefits are based on
yout- combined earnings under
the two pions and are paid by
the Social Security Administra Administration.
tion. Administration. am an older woman who
has been living alone. Novr my
children want me to live with one
of them. I find we tend to. get
too emotional talking about this,
and I'm all for discussing the mat matter
ter matter with some outsider. My child children
ren children think this is silly. What is
your. opinion?Mrs. L. B.
.,AI think you'ra right. May Maybe
be Maybe your town has an agency
which can offer you some im impartial
partial impartial advice. Your patter and
your doctor are other possibilities.
OUT OF TOWNER
TUNBRIDGE WELLS, England
(UPI) Town councilmen were
unable tti explain to the irate
female population -yesterday why
they chose Trisha Ball as "Tun "Tunbridge
bridge "Tunbridge Wells Beauty Queen,'
when Miss Ball actually lived in
London,- 40 miles away.
MOSCOW (UPI) Soviet First
Deputy Premier Anastas I. Mikoy Mikoyan,
an, Mikoyan, who visited the United States
last year, also conferred with- a
group of American educators, in including
cluding including Dr. Harlan Hatcher, pres president
ident president of the University of Mich Michigan.
igan. Michigan. ---
ACTRiSS IN OSPITAL
LAS VEGAS, Nev. (UMAc (UMActress
tress (UMActress Debra Paget was reported
in satisfactory condition today at
Southern Nevada Memorial Hos Hospital
pital Hospital where she was undergoing
treatment tor pneumonia.
GREAT ANNUAL SALE
COLON 10th, & FRONT St. COLON
30 to 50 REDUCTION on die, most beautiful, fabrics
on theisthmus., French, Italbu4 English ,timi American
fabrics sti4 DRASTICALLY REDUCED.
This is a storewide sale that only comes once a year.
COlUE EARLY FOR BETTER SELECTION$
11031:1 pon.n, Da, ODDLY. 1'.
COLON'S MOST FAMOUS STORE FOR BEAUTIFUL FABRICS
TRY IT 'AND SEE'llOW GOOD ,IT IS
In AMerkil, as well as in Its pizza sells like the pro pro,
werbial kotoakes. In well-frequented places in 'any city you
tan see' mi Italian cook preparing mouth-watecing 'pizzas.
ft is aiii to Make i pizza. Pim, youlrepire the dough.
ehen place k in a pie thi, add die tasty tomato aauce, sprinkle
With irated cheese and po. it in.the oven. The Chef BOy-'
Ar-Dee 'package contains tAl tho.neccisary ingreelients and
gives directions that are simple to follow.. Rizzi Pie U a
N, dish you should try... nowt
,,s .1 pr I. z'' , l ; 7 ":,,,e'. A 1 :
I'L:110,:i,',4:,;:ilAK;;;. AMIlwataNanimentli'4 (11.10.010.0.01""O. ,, 2"6;,. ".......11.."..."'""1""d"."""diA' i,.'; :
'ARLIE WO' HONORED Panama businissmen Clitios Rennert; knoWn-a 4sabitelito VI Itunatenter.
Panamanian bays who attended the Lions Club summer camp recently, expresses.his thanksVari- I
ing a rally 'in his honor last Stmday at Santa,Ans. 'Plaza. Rennert was honored broo Santa4Ane'0.
eic Jtinta The Federatinn of Parents Clubs for bisi contribittion to the weltare'of the:boys:at the.titt
At Rennert's right are: Pablo Paz, president of the Panama Lions Club, and'Camilo Lopes'etthel'ar --,
ents Federation. , . ..; It, t, P.,'770
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Watch Factories i
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Solid Gold top
Celebrate thelli reent-;-,trI4
urnph In PRECISION Aai Ing?
been awardid ,the
places In that eategOr. bi
the Official ObservatrYL;AC
Movado Factorlea tiavst',1t44,(,;'
thorited CASA7 FASTLICI3Attip,r,
rediace -the price' 'en ; eolith:
Models to a low- eest,:.dOrliiir:
MAY Only. All .theas
have the ustial One' ysae,Y
guarantee trantad b
, Before 'stIt4',,
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In Colon: Ask for It In Cotton Jewolr Oo :
" lOth and Front St.
TAKE ADVANTAGE OP 'ruts OPPORTIJIIrrY,':
DON'T FORGET: CASA FASTLICIlf,fii ;
giving away three diamondit
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r. BY sMARIE DARRI1 4--:1,1, '', emit on:furniture 'Mut floor CoVer- f
:. ., ; ' ' ' ' '' big sect of 10 per itent on s'svide N,
variety of items ineldding,baked
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goods,' eyeglasses.: housewares,- no- ,- ,
'.,' ple over 65 are getting 4 break
--, in san area where theY molt, 8P- bons, paints and enamelsvaltimi-
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play free. Springfield Chamber's. of Com- -, ,, 0.
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It's ail. part of the program of mom, co.opprated m tep pro. 14.4, -,:,,,,,,,e-s, ',
sn West Sprmgfield's Council for the loct. And Lee says Irs: lust get- '" -:ds.ss.., -,
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' -, educate and provide services to "We plan to add s more-firms t,',r! ,, ,, ---.;, s- ,C "21 ta .-,,-, -,, i 1
. senior citizens, 65 and over, in the to our list," he says. -"We also tt : -. '.. '1;', ,',.. :, e, ,,,:. ,,-:--.--, .,,t, I ) -:",.
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f thinking about a new housing de- '''''''"'"'""4"Pme-'''''''"'"'":"''''''-'"'"44,.-i''"t , --24J: , ,.
- "In the first two weeks of our velopment for our older people."ABUELITO' HONORED Panama businessmen Carlos Reinert,',ineim-O 1"abnelito" VI inniTterfat
,,. program, we registered 400 pee- - Panamanianboys who attended the Lions Club summer. camp recently, exlireMents tbstitkedhrI 1
,: t pie reported Baldwin B Leo, Q-As a baby sitter, should ing a rally in his honor last Sunday at Santa,Ana Plaza. Retmert was honored brthe -Santie-Ana'0, ,-
.4 -.. 'West Springfield's part and Iv- consider myself self ethployed, vie Jenta The Pederatien of Parents Clubs for his contribtition to the welfare'of thoboys:at th&cittill :
- ...' creation director. so -far as Soeial Secuirty is con- At Rennert's right are: Pablo Paz president of the Panama Lions Club, and'Camilo Lopes vertikilltr ---
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' Here are some of the bargains ents ,Federittion -- : - :: it it
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older people get by showing teeir,--c , Pet-As
; e',:- : discount eards: as high as 30per forward both your and his share .. : :,,,oe, ; ,
. , cent off list price on sinks and of tax to the Internal Revenue CHUCKLE HEAD r . ,,'4,,e- eslo'
,,'',: cabinets; 20 per cent off on small eirvice.
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'MITE THA,' T MONEY ',--Tfiti Men from' Mortar Battery. lst Battle Groin). 20th InfentrY,-Fort Kolbe, a gallon off on fuel oil; as high as eight :years and I've also worked OUT OF-TOWNER
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- Ire out toopreve the -oltrAitying,'"You Cart save money 'while in. the Mmy." Over 93 -percent of 25 per cent off list price on re- on other jobs, How are my retire- BRIDGE WELLS, England ,,,.
, ythes4nen on duty with the ,unit joined the economy trendthis month to put a total' of 81045 in sok frigerators, eleetric and gell ment benefits figurec17-T. R. II. 't 1.
, (UPI) Town counc men were 0 D I
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dierst deposittesCapt, Philip R-Ilertz, battery commander,. turns Alm money over to lst Sgt., Charles ,-' ranges, automatic washing ma-
unable tel explain to the irate
as clothes A-If you have had fewer
,, -M. Brown to 'be deposited as the four top men lo ok on and visualize their money growing, Left to, chines, electric and -g ,,
right are Pvt: 'Charles Williams,: Pfc. Ames Wight man, -Pfc. Benjamin Albert and Pfc. Raymendt. dryers. ', than 10 years of railroad service female 'pepulation -yesterday, -why
Johnson, "-, -', ,1:t--:;:-- '. , , 4 - . (US Army Photo) There are discounts of 15 per your beneflts are based on they chose- Trisha Ball as 'Tun 'Tun,
yew,- combined earnings under bridge Wells Beauty Queen,
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London 40 miles away.
tho Social Security Administra- : , e,
--11111111111111011111111111111111 Ike Unhappy With Senate Delays tion, , .- ... FaCtOrlegi ''' ''
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, ' , ' Q-I im an older woman who MOSCOW (UPI) Soviet First 1 , :, ,,
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has been living alone. Navr my .
. . si..,.-t 4, , In Handlina Federal Nomination's children want me to live with one !tans,. who,,visaited theUnitedw?tates
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Milli 1 . e 6 i 1 r"."....""11 .. of them. I find we tend to. get I I Year, la cent--
too emotional talking about this, group of',American edu-cators, in- n ',I
Celebrate thehi recent:lg.-.
o and I'm all for discussing the mat- eluding Dr. Harlae Hatcher, pres- urnph In PRECISION liavInt,v
, WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi- postmaster nominations.
ter with some outsider. My child. ident of the University of Mich-
ren think this is silly. What is ---- been awardid ,the Wet,
.. n dent Eisenhower sotmds frustrated The Strauss nomination' is some- t Itoloste
' your opinion-Mrs. L. B. places In that eategerffh
LONPON, May 9 -Mr. and Mrs :hreading, a needle to combing A,nd unhappy about Senate delays thing -different inasmueh as Cabi- ACTRESS IN OSPITAL. , ,,
Downhain of Nottingham in the a girl's hair. ,.
. in handling his nominees' for fed- net members do not have fixed ,A-I think you're right. May. LAS VEGAS, Nev. (UPI)-Ac. i , P. ..
the Official Observatory-61s',
English 'Midlands, spread' smiles Another company, whose special- eta jobs. Ile should brace him- terms and serve at ,the pleasure be your town has an agancy tress Debra .. Paget was reported I Neuchatel, Switzerland. "Them
of gladness round Britain'e break- ity was roller bearings for ship's self for even rougher treatment of the President. There have been which can offer you some im. in satisfactory condition today at I ., ',- tr,,
fast tables the other day. Teen: machinery, i was showing the in the election year of 1960. Senate battles over Cabinet nomi- partiel advice. Your Pattor and Southern Nevada Memorial Hos- ::'''a m.J Movado Factorlee hav40.,Au4-. ''
happy :faces bealned out from 'a largest ball !Bearings in the world. He could learn What to expect nees, but only seven have been your doctor are other possibill. pital where she was undergoing .0,7-.1-2' .:11' thorited CASA; rAsTuactial, A
newspaper portrait taken on- the On :them rotated a -steel ring by asking former Presidents Hoov- rejected when brOught to a vote. ties. treatment for pneumonia.
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reduce -the price 'en erten.'
raormng of their' 75th wedding an- which is, to carry' a load of 90 er 'and Truman what happened
tiversary., They were married on tons et the new Berkeley nuclear to batches of nominations they
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116,---.2.1,-,, Models to a low- east,: dOtilir
Now, both 98, they are, I -take it, I was able te'set it revolving by the last year of a presidential .k i MAY 'only. ,All Mess )raodplif'
supreme examples of that abili- gently pulling on a length of sew- term. have the Unita Onei yearkY
ty ti "get,, along with -Mg'. which, ing cotton. ,, -- Eisenhower has grumbled about , t
according ito our holiday statistic- KNOTS IN-STEEL. TUBES the Senate at his two most recent guarantee grantad by ..x.-,..
lens, is a trait in the nattenal Tying steel tubes into knots. news conferences. He was miffed , AT
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character Appealing strongly to at the rate of eight btads a min- not only by attacks on Clare
.visitors from abroad. ute, was made ,to look easy by a Boothe Luce, who later resigned lill Illeth DE:5En E)E. Eliza,' , .....
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SeKent-five years ago the firm..now busy on nuclear power, as ambassador to Brazil, and Sec-
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Downhams ,left 'the church hY Anpelines,.. ,, ,r, ,., ., retary of Commerce I.ewis L. ,
horaVdriwirelirlage'. Today, ',I 'Almost a's spectacular was 'the Strauss. He complained also about COLON 10th, & FRONT St. COLON e.. 3.etattich,,
have ti doubt, they would take weaving of a steel wire carpet by inaction on nominees for post-
cyor grantt'd the new -British het-. a. teenage girl working an 11-ton masterhips, federal judgeships 30 to 50To REDUCTION on the, most beautiful fabrics
icopter, taxi :. services. OrsWhY, not leoin , ,,,., 1 ,.,,,. ), , and- U.S. attorney jobs.
, s-ta",,hevereraft?, The, next pege -1,0 s Drama is not, te. be expected. in The' recent, -shows only: 13 .of ,z, On the sthmus.,,,;French,, Italbln,,,, English ,iMI American' ,i, ,, .. f, , ,,
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' 'their -4-piettire t featured a new an engineering exhibition, WU, I 990 postmaster nominees have
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Britiali,revolutionary saucer-shap- found it- in--of alPple,ces-4he dis- been centirmed this session, but
ed hovercraft -due for operational. play by s firm et marine bilge more will get Senate approval. . This is a storewide sale that only comes once a year.. ' ea:: .:1:T,
trials in June. : pump manufacturers. Their, new Nominations for judgeships and ,movA
What a honeymoin trip it would steel and 'plastic pamp act as an U.S. attorneys are moving slowly COME' EARLY' FOR BETTER SELECTIONS ., Before 11' CY
have given them if invented in artificial heart to keep a patient but not as slowly as can- be ex- - ,
1884,-- -,, - -,' --- alive during le surgical operation. pected next year. ,
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. NO, MERE STUNT , On the shipping side there ,was 'Democrats in the Senate NM
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Drivenly-a--450-horaepower en much interest' in models of the 40,- not be eager to let lifetime feder- :,.:
: gine,' the Saunders-,- Roe hover- 000.-ton liner Canberra, now build- al judgeships go to Reptiblieans COLON'S MOST FAMOUS STORE FOR BEAUTIFUL:FABRIC
S '. vy a ter ,proo ..
craft skims along the sea's sur ing at Belfant, and her turbo-e- when they scent a chance to in. e ,.:-enx.
face 'about- sit feet up' on an air lectrie: engines. f stall a Democrat in the White , , t I'lr"'
. -cushion ,created by fans. ' Canberra and her ,sister ahip House after the 1960 election. ff 1 :'e'et-'!:
Nor is lt a mere test pilot's stunt. Oriana are the biggest passenger they stall, they will merely follow - - -
Shock proof ..
Britain's National Research DO liners to be built in Britain since a bipartisan, custom. .41.
velopmefit Corporation- foresses World''War IL,,With all-aluminium , '
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hovercraft :, traver on airliner. welded decks, they are. intended A couple of pages in, the Con- :,. :''4,z1te, Zk'si 11-4;,(-e ,
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From the daysof the ene-horse ,Talking of voyages "down un- 1932, tell the story. Although un- k,i' t' INI' :, it It h .....
cab, Mr. and ,Mrs.- Downham had der," a nei, surve' by the der nominal Republican control, '.,...11)A,,,,-W's.,z, ',:;: '1 AntiMagnetle ,o
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been getting along together tor British Travel and Holidays As- the Senate then voted 44 to 37
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::.' . r ,1 tnlL, In &du, AA. ad .7.il oloN11 to ...ill posoity to latma4so, libetol, is moving- slowly toward a moles nities have inadequate 4chools. bto-' I T .: f '''....-.. 5,, 4 .,' :-:, '. . 4
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-SHIDE4:LECT MISS JANICE BROWNLEE HONORED Clayton Officers Wive! off undl late in the session. It selves, heavily to provide good i y i';',;',k.:;:,',,:j;,...,- -,-.-.,, ,.':' i-,.
''' AT JEISCELLANEOUS 110011 ON ATLANTIC SIDE Hoar Col. John Coney ,,, could liemany observers think it schools. '1
.i. Col. John D. Coney, post cow will bea decision by delimit. 1 They also contend that 'federal ;, .-:-.i.-ill ..t.':0:.:,."":',::,,:,f::!,-,:::, t e.:,,, ,.''' ,!'..:4 ?i 6 :; :,':i ' :.':,:,,ie: t$' ,,' '!''. : 1
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.. -- Mu Janice Brownlee of Margarita, who will become the' mender at Fort Clayton, was guest As background for future news aid would inevitably be followed, i,,,:' 4,- :....::: -.',,S;,,i;: ,,:,:,,i',4:,.,:- ;10;4:,,,.01, ., i.:::,,,'..,: ,i,;:,i' A,"'7,,:,i'Cr-,t,,;,,ot.,,.,:. i
.: )dtle el Robert DallY On Inn 6, was guest of honor at a mis- speaker at a coffee end buoinell dispatches reporting congressional ,sooner or. later, by federal, con- ,ti:5',:"'A-,,::!'.i:'.::;;i,':7'::',.'',,,"."7,,- i..4..7:',:.ya ;,,?,,4 ',:,' ;';:.::,,,!:i,;:t.,-A:,,,'., :t i :,
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,,, ceuaneoua shower and coffee last week at the home of Mre meeting of the Clayton Utters developments on this issue, here trol. And they say it viould be an f.- :,:t,,,,,:l ..,' ,,:,::,,, 4,;,',:,:.,,,,, ,,,, ,r,,i.,.iii...!gla ,:. .:,, ,r,,,,,,:0,,,,, .4.,t,,,..).:,,,.,w t ,...4
: It 'Plyne in Coco Solo, Wives Club last week After bemg is a thumbnail summary of the historic mistake to intrude federal ;,,i,'-':,,' -: .. :;,':,,,',i '',:-;'. -;',: ,;.' ,,,:;,;;',, ,., 01,-, i3 .-2-?.i.:: .. ,' ::1'' :-;,'; '.4 :".i, : .,: '.. I :'!:,
;. ---AINdating hostesses eon. mrs. 0. Fogle. Mrs. R. Belcher. introduced by tbe club President. three al,ernatives which cordront power into oue of the few,. govern- (,..:., .,,:,:.:Ki':,i.,,:::,':::'c':,,,.'6.'A: ,..1,7:',.t;!.:,::.1 41,,,ti':::::1;;Ii;:li,;:.,:isi3Y,;.'.:'K;::,:tit!,!L,,,::!::,,,I,
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- Meg. N. Strickland and Mrs. B. Micek. Mrs. Richard' Dowell, Col. Coney the lawmakers: mental functions which' is still de- ,,i'J, :.,: ':,:-:::.,:. :,-;t-.,,,: ;:, s, .,::,,, ',1, trl. :; t g,;:.:::,:' -', ,-,- .; t,-i,-,1.. '.::' 7?:
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..',Guests included Mrs. N. Brownlee, Mrs. B. Dailey, Mrs. A. discussed the youth Activiues r'ro 1. Accept a permanent federal centrallied, N :::::?::7:,.:''..- '.: 3 -:;':'.),,;,'':.',. ':i- ,5.:7:.:'; :,-. i 'Istq.:1.t- : ; 7. ',."-;',.::-j:,,':,.,'
. Shannon, Mn M. McPherson, Mn J. McKenny, Mrs. J. Biel- gram on the post. responsibility to help underwrite Directly opposing -arguments 'are ::::,!,,,:':.:::!,,..;:z:'.-,:.,:",::,:-::::: t:::,,,,itoo '.-(,........', ,,:it, -et -,7,.,,,,,,,. '',..r.,'K;I:',,,,:;,.: 1),: i
' kowski, Mts. Il Smith, hers. H. mil, Mrs. G. Colo, Mrs. B. Also seeaking to the front were the budgets of public schools all put ferward by those who think .:::',-.;,.,,!.,:::.,t,'!,7".. ,,;,, i - '-''''
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Blakely; Mrs G. Farrell, Mrs. D. Sekoff, Mrs. P. Harvey, Mrs. Mrs. Percy Laming, wno -outhned
the Summer Recreation Progrem over the nation. This view is em- the time has come for the feder- :1::;'.,:,::. :'.fj:;('-;;k0":i,:,,,...t:',::,', 1 iik''. .0 i''.' 1.,.:' ;.,' ti', t,,'., i.::,;.::
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' In Huffman. bodied in the so-called Murray- al government to assume a ma- :,N, ,-,,,:': :,..'f, e ,,-, ',:, I.to- 0, .,. '. ,,Iii. :::::i4::,, ,.., -:::;,,,,?,'5
: 1. :Mr& E Ditham, Mrs- S. Fricke:Mrs. J. Cunningham, Mrs. for this year. Mrs. Edwin Steckler Metcalf Bill, which provides for jor, continuing responsibilitylor .:.::;:ttt,'g..i..-:0,.-::::,!!,:si, n- log:,1 r:,,,.:,' ; 0
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; EL-Belcher. Mrs. E. Brown, Mrs. A. Mainard, Miss Esther Miller, was named as the new briagc. annual federal granis to the states providing decent schools, for all ';.:',,,.0::,,:,',,i::,::'.,;'.:,::it, ft,'?,as ,-.. -, ,.ti';:t., ,:
' Miss ,Hasel Kirkland, Miss Doris Payne, Miss Betty Payne, Miss chairman, and an announcement on the basis of $25 per school-age American children. -, ::::::;;,:':::N;,,..!,,:-.,,,:x:42 i :Tv ,:.. ::::,.,,e;:,,:44:
' Beverly Brownlee, Miss Diane Hickey, Miss Jean Owen, miss was made that volunteers were child. They contend that education ,Z:"i::1.'''',:,,,::,',;::',1, ':,.''4:4'4,,t, a ,.s, '.:-;.:',' a ',,s,.' ,, ,.: .:::..i'
needed for the maid agency and
Mike Coffey, Miss Martha Johnson ond Miss Beth Bialkowski. 2. Accgt- a temporary federal serves national Interests--,increas- .:-..;..:;;:3::: .,. r- --..0 ::: i 6.... ,t1-..,.,-..1,,. 40....!...04;eotee.r
, thrift shop. ,4,:N:,,,...1 ::4. ,t,..,:y. lc ,::::. : ,,, : 1, Zi.:1::.'.,;',,,;414:.''.
. Mrs. Jean Watson, Mrs Edith responsi ity to help overcome lilt economic (productivity and ,-,,,.:::::,:4 ,:;,,:,, ,.., :,,,-,:,,,::., : ::.:::: L:,,,,::,: :
Cressy and Mrs. Marge CMelialo the class r o o m shortsge in keeping the United States abreast i:,:i:',..::, ::.:i.,!,:-q.,.' -7 :: :,:,:ri:.:,i,,, 006:.,..,:!,;,,,y,e1 tf ''i',7,.,..:.,1
, College Teachers Hold Einble mClob Activities "needy" school districts. .Th14 of Russ in the technelogical ::,,;:i,',,,':' ::, ,,.1 I ,,,, : sae.. eb.:::., if ,
: Spring Dinner Meeting include Coffee, Social were mtroduced as new memb,3rs, view is embodied in -the adminis- race for survival. Therefore, they ,'A:A4 'A.',;I:: i:,.-,, ..,'::,:::0g-",..,;,,,,'-YPSE:::::4,:' .7 ,,,,::,:,.::,:,4,,A4,00,:t
Canal Zone college teachers who Members of Emblem Club 52 and Mrs. Tony Dorsey and lars tration bill, which porvided' iv say, It is right and,necesstry for
have been certified and elected as are envited to a coffee Thursday Kay Aninos as guests. federal grants to cover op to 50 the national government to bear ....::::: .:,. :':::-:, ,:,. t: .2., .0 ::.,.:....,..:,
' members of the American Asso morning at the home of Mrs. El- Those who received' souvcoir per cent of the cost of amortie- part of the costs nf edneatien ,
dation of univeitsity Professors ma Scheibe in Gatun Mrs. Han- sliver seoons as farewell remem mg tong term bonds issued by Alternative number 2the ad- i :,'!:,,;: :::::,:-!,'f:'; ,:7?'.;,:,::,.,,,I.:,'..::',.:i' 6,.:':':, ;,.,o,,;!
held their tenth annual spring nah Schwartz will be co-hostess. brantes were Mrs. Robert Alt- school ,districts to finance new ministration propoell to under- ; : t:' .: '1 .' : 1-
' dinner meeting last week In the Those planning to attend are ask- man, Mrs. George Chaddert in, buildings which they could not write bonds ,for clessroom eon- ::',!,.'':' Vvi::,7,:i qit .;.,:.' -:,f '? -:::::::IS::::', ?.- .;-:::0::: .,:::
grill terrace of the Fort Amsdor ed to notify the hostessee in ad- Mrs. John Coffins, Mrs. James otherwise afford. .. .., ,.
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strurtion-isessentiallv an attempt
'Hughes, Mrs. Russell Heckinger, 3.' Deno any federal responsibM- to etrike a comnromise between '::::''''::''''' ...'":-.1:'''''1::'i''''',. ....: .... l'''''"-.::'''''".: 4 ''''.:''''l:.- '''''';' 'a' ..::' ' '
Officers Club. vance. : r
Arrancements for the no host Mrs. Ramon Joseph, Mrs. LeroY tier Priv ii 14 ki vs et oulisli A dimilikAl 41, 'ALA,. C...., ttlek.to
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-BRIDE-ELECT MISS JANICE BROWNLEE HONORED
AT MISCELLANEOUS SHOWhillt ON ATLANTIC SIDE
Viso Janice Brownlee of Margarita, who will become the'
)ride of Robert Daily on June 6, was guest of honor at a mis miscellaneous
cellaneous miscellaneous shower and coffee last week at the home of Mrs.
Bi:Pkyne in Coco Solo,
Alitalting hostesses ORS Mrs. H. Fogle, Mrs. R. Belcher.
Mrs. N. Strickland and Mrs. B. Miceli.
Guests included Mrs. N. Brownlee, Mrs. R. Dailey, Mrs. A.
Shannon, Mrs M. McPherson, Mrs. J. McKenny, Mrs. J. Biel Bielkowski,
kowski, Bielkowski, Mrs. H. Smith, Mrs. H. Will, Mrs. G. Coil), Mrs. B.
Blakely, Mrs G Ferrell, Mrs. D. !ckoff, Mrs. P. Harvey, Mrs.
' Mrs. E. Dignam, Mrs. S. Fricke,' Mrs. J. Cunningham, Mrs.
Bellelcher. Mrs. E. Brown, Mrs. A. Mainard, Miss Esther Miller,
?ass Basel Kirkland, Miss Doris Payne, Miss Betty Payne, Miss
Beverly Brownlee, Miss Diane Hickey, Miss Jean Owen, Miss
Mike Coffey, Miss Martha Johnson ond Miss Beth Bialkowski.
College Teachers Hold
Spring Dinner Meeting
easel Zone college teachers v.ho
!lave been certified and elected as
members of the American Asso Association
ciation Association of Univettity Professors
held their tenth annual spring
dinner meeting last week in the
grill terrace of the Fort Amador
Arrangements for the no host
steak dinner were made by Su Subelt
belt Subelt Turbyfill.
Guests included the wives of sev several
eral several members of the national, pro professional
fessional professional group which corresponds
for teachers to the American Me Medical
dical Medical Association for doctors und
the American Bar Association for
lawyers. Dr. Doroghy Moody of
the local college faculty was a
Professional members of the A American
merican American Association of Universi University
ty University Professors from the facultY of
the Canal Zone Junior College are
C. Bowen, E. W. Hatched, J.
A. Lyons, Subert Turbyfill and K.
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-STUDIO OF DANCE
Will move to
The Knights of Columbus Hall on Balboa Road
BALLET TAP TOE ACROBATIC CHARACTER
REOISTRATIONS for the Three Months Summer
Course will be held at The K. of C.
May 11, 12 and 13 from 2 to 5 P.M.
All Registrations should be made in person and those
planning to take in Obtober when the Regular 'erm
Begins may also register at this time.
- .s,-,..as-uuzi rrogram, cuscussed
."1- All Registrations should. be made in person and those plans for the post's youngsters.
Hostesses who served refresh.. As::;:. .:3,.,:-::: v.... ..... ...........
t planning to take in Obtober when the Regular 'erm ments were Mrs. George R. Whal ''.!,0,;' glyGassito remember :,,F.:,,:::::"
,-, Begins may also register at this time. er, Mrs. George W Lynt, Mrs. LeW 4:::45e0,
i. : Samuel J. Tisdale, Mrs. Hugo 12. r .........------!. p,,..A..1
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0. - Monaco and Mrs. Thurman C. Wil )1L.,,,
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, Mother's Day Dance
;i -, t Aa Ile" liana .... h WM& gt,
fli .; At USO,IWB 'Tonight : tatt.1.tx4L0-.4 Tlaieer- tobs'N 1
), Get the one and only aicepiA SI Mother's Day dance Okaai 4.:
will be held from 8 to 11 p.m. ::-...i os
4 tonight at the LISO-JWB Armed i:.?:
E tp ,,
:'''' GE1113'FIGIIITING TOOTIIBRUSII ,..
Forces Service Center on La Boca ,i:,1 ..
Road in Balboa. Music will be tur- 41
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. nished by Pete's combo, and the ii,V::::.:i:i:::::::::::: 0 CLEAR SPARKLING II k : il
-,TWB's junior hostesses will attend. tnii:imig:::
ti Reaches you Surgically Sterile, 4, BEAVELVILIL
1 It : L 1
Made to stay Active). Anti- Sponsors for the dance will be il.;,::1::;,:,:;,::;:;;,?:i;:,;y!:-$::ii,::-i
1 septic fee up to 4 months In Ise! Mr. and Mrs. Mike Baitel of Pa. AspN:::,:s46., Cara tar eUr Yoll Iaklt
:::::b,4:1::k?::::::::1:::::::. care of them well! Dia hi
nuts City, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour .ii::pi::,Nii:;i:i:::.ii.m mod din .7 dray. that i:',,..'
P' ,.,,,odtilliiii4 Inhibits or destmys ALL types
Barkowitz of Balboa, Mr. and Mrs. piiKiK ,x aoothes gleans, roDashes and
l ,or- 4140 of germs that fall on or hold to it I
David Kaplan of Curundu and Mr. ,l,iiii::..-ii-il:.?'''.iir,iiy.-:k':':::1....-..:::,,:' baludifiL a, i ....N
')!I' and Mrs. Murray Klipper of Bal- riw :!......... i,
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boa. ;.:;::;:,::;:;::.,i::4::-::,.,:x.Ai. ,.
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It 9S the 0 All servicemen and their de cu ,i:;.::i:i:::ii:3.ii:!ix::i::-,:mi::,i:,..
dents are invited to attend. ,..........- II
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tt,q1,4,1,..., 1 NEw t? Birth of Daughter
Is Announood Today 4:-" :,' s',:,..,,:,.::::,k,cb,.. ...,
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1:. : 1 t Mr. and Mrs. Gerard J. Welch AWAbsc:s:WiNt;:4:8,.........v.4.,
'Y da : ''!I
01 00 Ubk; gritDitt4E DAILY TO LOOK YOU HST
formerly of Balboa, announce the
l''''' '' l'Imullinll 1
Ift III 1.1 g birth of their first child, a daugh-
Get the one and only
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Ur. I eS1 S MAI 711.1e' Itna::1161 teltin enXsamnderclaicaV4?1, :
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el $114iH4441''' leen.
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i4ii.i ritrifilltit MiraciesTuft 691 Mrs. Welch In the former Miss
Grace Lombana, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred tombans of Bal- aglo 0 1 : Wirati-r; CO Rat I
boa. The paternal grandaprents
are Mrs. Edward Ir. Welch. who 6(1110 HA D
4. 4, st, AND
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.4 PROUDLY ANNOUNCES SPECIAL FLIGHT TO THE paaro qui ty hind
T ''''' tools you will and,14 SOCKITI AN00 artA000ys :
, "INDIANAPOLJS 500 MILES AUTO RACES" types for all uitos4rom
,,,' tiny screwdrivers to giant 0 0 6 A
ti -,,,$,: TRAVEL SCHEDULE wrenches. And every one 000
t :',. .0-4- is designed to give better, .-41
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' '- ,,.-, LIT. ?aflame May 28th Ar. Miami Same Day. safer, longer service. WINCH'S,
Overnight at the Coral Reef Hotel, Miami Beach.
' i ,q Lv. Miami May 29th Ar. Indianapolis Same Day. Come in and let us helpyou 41,zoo0.4)
May 29th and 30th, accommodations at the Hotel in Indianapolis. select the ones you need..
May 30th attendance to the "INDIANAPOLIS 500 MILES AUTO RACE"
, '1,,, --with reserved seats. PROTO moms at)2113C:2547
Lv. Indianapolis May 3Ist Ar. Miami Same Day.
Overnight at the Coral Reel HOU!, Miami Beath. PROlessionel ' statwOitiva8
, N,.... Lv. Miami June lst At Panama Same Day.
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' ..,:reiRE FOR.PANAMA AND CANAL ZONE RESIDENTS $170.00 which Includes
...,.'-flotel ,room accomModations and, reserved ticket to the Indianapolis auto race. U Eat'' 0 5 ... 01P4 many Ikon
li FOR 'INFORMATION CALL PANAMA 3-3171 or 3-0097. '.
, 44,,,e0. NftTE: Ressrvatins for this excursion will be limited to A5 passengers. NIA rl A AUTO
, PA 1,.: , ;, ,,, III .h
' ' ', .! r 7 ... .. ,. L ', , ,1 ., ..,, ,'t 4.01; i .., , ' ,ii.,,,, ,. 4 ' .,' ; .'' PHONE 3-4550 ,: ,,' F L 'm ,!, ','
LIT. ?Miami May 28th Ar. Miami Same Day.
Overnight st the Coral Reef Hotel, Miami Beach.
Lv. Miami May 29th Ar. Indianapolis Same Day.
May 29th and 30th, accommodations at the Hotel In Indianapolis.
May 30th attendance to the "INDIANAPOLIS 500 MILES AUTO RACE"
-with reserved seats.
Lv. Indianapolis May 3Ist Ar. Miami Same Day.
Oveimight the Coral Reel Heel, Miami Beath.
LT. Miami June lst At Panama Same Day.
FOR PANAMA AND CANAL ZONE RESIDENTS $17000 which Includes
nom accommodatIons and ,tneerved ticket to the Indianapolis auto race.
FOR 'INFORMATION CALL PANAMA 3-3171 or 3-0097.
Emb le mClub Activities
include Coffee, Social
Members of Emblem Ciub 52
are invited to a coffee Thursday
morning at the home of Mrs. El Elms
ms Elms Scheibe in Gatun. Mrs. Han Hannah
nah Hannah Schwartz will be co-hostess.
Those planning to attend are ask asked
ed asked to notify the hostessee in ad advance.
The monthly social meeting of
the club will be held Tuesday, 'May
19, at the. Fort Gulick home of
Mrs. G. Cellucci. The event is
planned for 7:30 p.m. Mrs. M.
Harrison will be co-hostess.
This week has been set aside
as National Press Week for all
Emblem Clubs, an organization
originating in 1928 in Providence,
R. for wives, mothersillind sis sisters
ters sisters cif Elks. Worthwhile commu community
nity community projects, support of scholar scholarships,
ships, scholarships, fellowship and teamwork
are the goals of Emblem Club
A convention is held annually in
the States to determine fraternal
principles and formulate planz.
Reaches you Surgically Sterile,
Made to stay Actively Anti Antiseptic
septic Antiseptic fee up to 4 months in Ise!
Inhibits or destmys ALL types
of germs that fall on or hold to it 1
It's the a
NEW 1 sn
Dr. West's Ts
PANAMENA DE AVIACION
ANNOUNCES SPECIAL FLIGHT TO THE
for this excursion will be limited to .05 passengers.
Clayton Offitors Wive!
Hear Col. John Coney
Col. John D. Coney, post cam.
mender at Fort Clayton, was guest
speaker at a coffee and business
meeting of the Clayton Utters
Wives Club last week After bemg
introduced by the club president,
Mrs. Richard' Dowell, Col. Coney
discussed the Youth Activities r'ro
gram on the post.
Also speaking to the group were
Mrs. Percy Laming, whcroutlined
the Summer Recreation Program
for this year. Mrs. Edwin Steckler
was named as the new briage.
chairman, and an announcement
was made that volunteers were
needed for the maid agency and
Mrs. Jean Watson, Mrs. Edith
Cressy and Mrs. Marge Chie Liao
were mtroduced as new memons,
and Mrs. Tony Dorsey and Mrs.
Kay Aninos as guests.
Those who received' souvceir
silver spoons as farewell remem
brantes were Mrs. Robert Alt Altman,
man, Altman, Mrs. George Chaddert
Mrs. John Coffins, Mrs. James
Hughes, Mrs. Russell Heckinger,
Mrs. Ramon Joseph, Mrs. Leroy
Liljegreen, Mrs. L. C. McCloud,
Mrs. Walter Moeller, Mrs. Jack
Morgan, Mrs. Russell Norris, Mrs.
Malcolm Norton, Mrs: David t'roe
tor, Mrs. William Radtke, Mrs.
Herbert Rice, Mrs. Ferdinand
Tate, Mrs. John Whiti, Mrs. Wen
dell Knowles and Mrs. Claire
Hostesses for the meeting were
Quartermaster Wives, with Mrs,
John Dixon, chairman, Mrs. hus hussell
sell hussell Heckinger, Mrs. James Hughes
Mrs. Frank Chieffalo, Mrs. Joint
Artinos and Mrs. Thomsa Dorsey
Clayton NCO Wive
Plan Pashien Show
Plans for the fashion and hair
style show to be held Tuesday
evening, May 19, were furthered
by members of the Fort Clayton
NCO Wives Club at a regular
monthly business meeting last
week. Mrs. Luther Wyrick is pro program
gram program chairman fmr the event.
Hairstylist Mr. Arturo has se selected
lected selected club members as models,
and gowns will be shown by Rho.
da's of Panama CitY.
The nominating committee nam
ed to nominaate new officers at
the next business meeting includes
Mrs. Clrence Swanson, chair chairman,
man, chairman, Mrs. Johnie Bullock, Mrs.
Luther Wyrick and Mrs. Raymond
Two new members, Mrs, C. F.
Carattini and Mrs. F. C. Renner,
were welcomed by the club presi president,
dent, president, Mrs. Martin Forkas. Guekts
who were introduced were Mrs.
Frank Cart,Mrs. Edwin Reinert,
Mrs. M. Fairey and Mrs. p. M.
Koneir, Mrs. Paul Hollingsworth
was prisented a gift as winner of
the membership contest.
Guest speaker at the meeting
was the post commander, Col.
John D. Coney, who discussed the
various activities of the Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton Youth Council and the ex
Denses involved. Mrs. PercY H HLaming,
Laming, HLaming, director of the Summer
Recreaction Program, discussed
plans for the post's youngsters.
Hostesses who served refresh refreshments
ments refreshments were Mrs. George R. Whal Whaler,
er, Whaler, Mrs. George W 'Lynt, Mrs.
Samuel J. Tisdale, Mrs. Hugo L.
Monaco and Mrs. Thurman C. Wil
Mother's Day Dance
At USO..IWB 'Tonight
A ipecial Mother's Day dance
will be held from 8 to 11 p.m.
tonight at the LISO-JWB Armed
Forces Service Center on La Boca
Road in Balboa. Music will be tur turnished
nished turnished by Pete's combo, and the
J'Wlrs illniOr hostesses will attend.
Sponsors for the dance will be
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Baltel of Pa.
name City, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour
Berkowitz of Balboa, Mr. and Mrs.
David Kaplan of Curundu and Mr.
and Mrs. Murray Klipper of Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. All servicemen and their depcu
dents are invited to attend.
Birth of Daughter
Is Announced Today
Mr. and Mrs. Gerard J. Welch,
formerly of Balboa, announce the
birth of their first child, a (laugh (laughter,
ter, (laughter, on May 6 at Mexandria, Va.
The baby has been named Kell Kellleen.
leen. Kellleen. Mrs. Welch in the former Miss
Grace Lombana, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred tombana of Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. The paternal grandaprents
are Mrs. Edward Ir. Welch, who
ngress Moves lowaids Decisiol
On Mans of Financing Education'
is moving-slowly toward a mice
among tares tundamentally
lerent views of the tederal gov government's
ernment's government's role in financing the
mounting costs of education.
A decision probably will be Put,
off undl late in the MAO. It,
could bemany observers think it
will bea decision by delimit.
As background for future news
dispatches reporting congressional
developments on this issue, here
is a thumbnail summary of the
three al.ernatives which cordront
1. Accept a permanent federal
responsibility to help underwrite
the budgets of public schools all
over the nation. This view is em embodied
bodied embodied in the so-called Murray MurrayMetcalf
Metcalf MurrayMetcalf Bill, which provides for
annual federal gran's to the states
on the basis of $25 per school-age
2. Accept a temporary federal
responsibility to help overcome
the class room shortsge in
"needy" school districts. .T h
view is embodied in the adminis administration
tration administration bill, which porvided
federal grants to cover up to 50
per cent of the cost of smortiz smortizmg
mg smortizmg long term bonds issued by
school districts to finance new
buildings which they could not
3,. Deny any federal responsibM responsibMty
ty responsibMty for financing public schools,
and leaye it up to state afid
local governments to work out the
problem ,with their own tax pivs pivsercThis
ercThis pivsercThis view calls for sidetrack sidetracking
ing sidetracking or defeating both of the pend pending
ing pending f odor el aid proposals. It
could triumph if Congress failed
to vote on any education bill,
which would be the decision by
default mentioned above.
Each of the three viewpoints
has articulate supporters, in and
out of Congress.
Advocates of inaction argue that
the faders! budget is- big enough
already without adding another
billion or' two for education. They
is now in Alexandria, and the late
Gamboa Golf C:ub
Plans Special Dance
The Gamboa Golf and Country
Club wil, have a Mothers' Day
dance Friday evening. Lucho Az
enrage and his ensemble will
play for dancing from 8:30 to 12:30
A limited number of ticket; are
being sold at the club bar. None
will be sold at the door, it was
lAWC Comm lt.toe
To Meet Tuosded
A coffee meeting of the Asilo
de la Wanda', Committee of the
Inter-American Women's Club
will be held at 11:3q .Tuesday
at the home of Mrs. Robert Dean,
2357 Owen Road, in Balboa.
Fern Leaf Chapter
Te Host Orchid Chapter
Officers of Orchid Chapter. O.
ES., will be the guests of Fern FernLeaf
Leaf FernLeaf Chapter at a visitation Mon.
day evening at 6:15 at the Ancon
Officers and mimbers of Fern
Leaf Chapter are asked to bring
covered dish items for the dinner.
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UM, 0 5
say that many states and eintiltm-:
nities have. inadequate 4chools, be--
cause they have been unwillInt to
raise their own taxes, and that It
would be unfair to bail thent out
with federal money raised in Part
from areas that are taxing. them.
' selves Ateavily to provide good
s They also contend that 'federal
aid would inevitably be followed,
.sooner or later, by federal con control.
trol. control. And they say ft viotdd be an
historic mistake to intrude federal
power into oue of the few, govern govern,
, govern, mental functions which is still de de,
, de, centrallied,
Directly opposing arguments 'are
put forward by those who think
the time has come for the feder federal
al federal government to assumsy a ma major,
jor, major, continuing responsibility:for
providing decent schools. for all
They contend that, education
serves national Interestsincreas Interestsincreasing
ing Interestsincreasing economic oroductivity and
keeping the United States abreast
of Russ in the technological
race for survival. Therefore, they
saY, It is right and,necesstry for
the national government to bear
part of the costs of ednestion.
Alternative number 2the ad administration
ministration administration propoall to under underwrite
write underwrite bonds ,for clessroom eon-
strurtinn-4cessentiallv an attempt
to strike a comnromise between
the other two views.
Its supporters hold that the con.
troversial issues of permanent
federal responsibility and possible possiblecontrol
control possiblecontrol can be sidestepped by
sticking to a temporary, short shortterm
term shortterm program of classroom con construction.
struction. construction. Those are the alternatives. The
cboice is up to Congress.
Coati Civic Council
The Bingo Room of the Coc
Clubhouse will'be the scene of a
town meeting tomorrow everting
at 7 for the purpose of electing a
Civic Council. The new courril,
consisting of 12 mmbers, will be become
come become effective upon election.
All residents of Coco li over 18
years of age, both civilian and
military, are qualified to vote.
Nominations will be accepted
from the floor.
All Coco residents are urged
to attend. Free refreshments will
The Armed Forces Writers'
League will be held, Thursday
evening at '7:30 in the library of
the Balboa, USO-JWB.
Efforts are being made to have
a complete attendance, since im important
portant important discussions concerning
the organization are on the agen agenda.
da. agenda. Charter members especially
are asked to attend.
The president of the ,chapter,
Harold R. Shaw, has emphasized
that writers, photographers, car cartoonists
toonists cartoonists and other artists are in invited
vited invited to join the organization.
-Members of the armed forcea,
their families and other 1.1.S. ci citizens
tizens citizens residing in tbe Canal Zone
and Panama are eligible for
FocDM AND ATTAOIMISYS
ADMIRALS AND THEIR LADIES Pictured at a formal reception give& itat i.;eek, at the
Fort Amador Officers are, from left, Rear Admiral and Mrs. George Wales and Rear Admiral
and Mrs. Lewis S. Parks. Thp reception was given by Admiral and Mrx. Wales to Introduce
the newly-arrived Admiral abd Mrs. Parks to high-ranking military, diplozhatic and govern..
merit officials of the Isthmus. Admiral:Parks will assume command of the Fifteenth Naval
District Monday in an Impressive military care mony, rel)lacing Admiral Wales, who hes been
assigned to a sea command at Little Creek, Va. (Navy Photo)
Balboa High Girls
To Be Featured
In Mom's Day Show
Vella Bennett and Joanne ela're
will be the featured soloists
in the annual Mother's Day sei seivice
vice seivice to be held this afternoon at
the Elks Home on La Boca Road
Both girls are seniors in Balboa
High School and will be pursuing
music eareers in college in Sep
tember. According to present
plans, they will attend the same
college in Misiouri.
Vena is the daughter of Lt. Col.
and Mrs. A. L. Bennett, formerly
of Fort Clayton, and now,residing
in Balboa';,Vensi hag' been a so.
Joist in high school since her
freshman year. Her outstanding
success' was achieved in s"Lute
Song" in which she had the sing singing
ing singing lead. Recently, she sang "The
Letter Song" Irom Offenbach's
"La Perichole" a number which
she will repeat at the graduation
Joanne is the -daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Emilio Clare of Panama
City. She made her musical debut
on stage in "Before the Corricia"
when she was a sophomore. Since
that time, she has appeared nu numerous
merous numerous times as a soloist accom accompanying
panying accompanying herself on the guitar and
in duets with Vena.
The MotherS Day Service will
be held at four in the afternoon.
Light refreshments will be serv served
ed served following the service.
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Diane Varsi has been besieged
with film offers and 'Tv bids
since she ehose to escape from
the world of show,business by ex exiling
iling exiling herself in Attermont. She's re reconsidering
considering reconsidering the,w1folo thing.
hot rumor in beseball circles has
Jot DiMaggic receiving a highly
lucrative SUMMON to manage the,
Chicago White Sox starting in
1960. But his 'chums predict he'll
he's too happy as well as affluent,
to return to the national pastime.
The publicity.conseious Duke of
Bedford is letting it be known that
he's flipped oerAriene Dahl.
Several leading public relations
firms are Wildly pursuing the Air
Force account which. is up for
grabs. .Lisa Kirk's Hollywood
home was robbed. The thieves
took two fur stoles; vim diamond
jewerly and a lot of expensive
camera equinment. Air Anthony
Kden's social schediule during his
visi tto Pariq included lunch With
President de Gaulle at the Elyse
Palace, but he cut many other
engagements because he wasn't
feeling well. Diana Barry Barrymore's
more's Barrymore's new heartbeat hi Chicago
is restaurateur Ric Riccardo,1
fornier husband of Virginia De
The chill. noticeeble in the cur current
rent current Benny Goodmn tour was
generated by BO's impatience
with singer Dakota Staton. Dakota
reported for rehearsals without
arrangementsiust had her husband-rnanager
dert around among
the sidemen giving them a blowas-you-go
backing for the little
woman. Benny. a perfectionist
VOS, S. AN
"Ai!, Street) No. 7-27
THE VOICE OF ,:
by Dorothy Killgllen
if ever there was one, walked off
the stand several times during
the hit-or-miss shake-down sea sea,
, sea, !dons.
Fidel Castro left Vew York in
quite a pet over the local gazet gazettes'
tes' gazettes' treatment' of his ?visit' 'here.
He was particularly burned ))4t ))4tcause
cause ))4tcause one august neWspaper give 0"),
his regime six months., tEstintat tEstintated
ed tEstintated cost to the taxpayers dor, (his
prtection and other frillvduring
his J.J.S. stay. $1,000,000.)4'.1.
Josephine Baker landed in hot
water in Caracas when she was
forced t return a year-and-a-half
old Indian boy when the child's
mother filed kidnap charges.
Mme. Baker was planning to take
him to Paris to join ler flock of
Scott P3rady's offstage romance
is redhaired Carole Stevens, a
member, of the "Destry Rides
Again" cast. .Film industry in insiders
siders insiders Ate more than a bit cur curbus
bus curbus about the recent conferences
between Jack Warner ant Bob
Taplinger, who not so long ago
resigned as Warners' publicity
and advirtising chief.
Chicago ringsiders were treated
to quite a display of temperament
during Corinne Calvet's engage engagement
ment engagement at the Black orchid.. She
stalked, off the floor after doing
only a couple of songs. The most
popular the other performers on
the bill. Jimmy Waltely found
Amt something rather fascinating
about record sales tht new-rieh
oir territories: wives buy record record'
' record' ings in two batches classics to
impress their friends, and country-westem
stuff to play when Oa
voast is clear.
The most intriguing of all mo movie
vie movie colony rumors has teeonard
Bernstein the chief candidate to
Portray George Grshwin in a
major flicker about show biz.
Credit Paulette Goddard with the
impressive entrance of the week.
She strolled into Manny Wel a
famed but decidedly informal
steakhouse. wearing the latest
surprise from husband trich Ma Maria
ria Maria Remarque an EgYPtillt
necklace of emeralds said to be
,more. than 2,000 years old and in insured
sured insured for $150,000. Remarquo
bought it from the Farouk collec collection
tion collection sold in Rome a few weeks
ago. loan BlondelLwill tour the
Summer theatres in a new phi
titled "Beyond My Shore," If it's
well-received Broadwayatill be
its, ultimate destination.
A fobi company is interested in
reviving the recently departed
video program. "Your Hit Pa Parade".
rade". Parade". .The owners of the Me Metronome
tronome Metronome have bought the Bat TA TAbarin
barin TAbarin and Continental. :
Remember L. C. Smith. the 1111
saxophonist? She's preparing a
solo act. ..test they collide with
Lig and Eddie, Mr. and Mt
Michael Wildina moved out of the
Dorchester a few days ago.'
Por those who wondered why
singer Yma Sumac never mitten
liaised for an engaeament In Puer
to Rico a counle if weeks ago.
here's the explanetion: Her bus- -4
hand walked off with all her In.
Meal arrangements Jost hours be before
fore before the time ochieduled for her
owing, '.1rhe regulars at Lindy's.
are mourning the death of Loon
Gruber a likeable kittle man who
waited on the ton Celebrities at
the ,,,Broadway restaurant for
more than 25 years. He was 1 0
favorite with-the eomedians
1ton Berle.,ack E. Leonard;Hena
ry Ynungman sleek Carter-- eta
'Manion. Moult' contliota to
'Move in mysterious ways, and the
myatery ''.derpened eonsiderabir
in tilostori where Monk disappear.
ed eompletelv after Playine
olAt of so coraroment that Wal
m 0 m to
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Bryna Ball, Associate director of on their hands, they decide to go ',0 : , (000,,,,,e,!4,
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think marriage is going' to keep
gal at home. Chance are that with within
in within a few years -after your hooey.
;noon, -the littler woman, will he
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Bryna Ballassociate director of
the National Manpower Council.
NMC it nonprofit organization
of businessmen,. latior leaders,
educators and public genic' offi officials.
cials. officials. It tries to find ways to boost
the efficiency of thenationts la labor
bor labor force. ,
Miss Ba11' explains' that more
married women are working tO
day than'ever before.' Total num number
ber number offemale employee is estintat estintated
ed estintated at ,2;l' million. And three out
of every- fiye ,of these lale are
Hayng, children wdn't be much
influencelin, keeping; your, ,wife
bome,' Mrs. Ball expitins
that manY young, mothers g0 lob
huriting at,,,,soow as their young youngsters'
sters' youngsters' start ethool. In fact,- one onefifth
fifth onefifth ttf OW female labor force is
made lip of moms- With thildreti
between tke, ages of 6 and 17.
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are aeveral teatons for' the in increasing
creasing increasing namber of employed
married women. First, there are,
more good Jobe evailable for gals
today than there were several
years ago. ; Also manr couples
have found that they can afford
more commodities or insure an
educttion for their children' if
both go to work.
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latively relatively early age 'at which most
women marry these days. Studiej
made of single-working girls re
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MitS. MURIEL LAY111010E
Lag term Helen wrote a short
story on a typewriter slie had to
borrow from a friend. When her
high school magazine published it,
her parents, were so pleased tbst
they gave her a portable of ber
It's made problems. Dody,1
Helen's younger slater, is always
trYing to borrow it to type up her
seventh grade book reports and
other homework. When Helen reel
fuses to lend it, Dody complaIns
bitterly, "Why can't I have a type.
writer of my own, toot"
I Last night, dsicussing Dody's sp.
preaching birthday with, her me.
ther,' her father said,' "Maybe
we'd better give her s typewriter.
I'll see if I can dig, up e secolti.
had one somewhere that won't
be too expenalle."
His ,o4fe didn't ,say,
fine ideal' Instead, she. said,'
"Jim, Dody has been knitting on
the bed Picket I'm making., She'.
done quite well.
"Though she doesn't get A's in
English like Helen, she's-picked
up knittng just from watching
me. Why dmIt we give her a knit.
ting,box or her own,, needles,
book of Instructions and 'enough
wool to make two sweaters to go
with' her school skirts?"' ""'
Will DriKty he pleased with this
birthday present? Of course she
Whatte more, by developing
her own Interest in knitting she
wkll break her envy of Helen's in.
terest fa writing.
' group' psychotherapy, a
psychiatrist plays the role of' pa,
, rent- to his 1.'"family" of patients.
, Like Dody, they pilaw complain,
don't rtio treat me the wsy
,,11,)You treat him?1,' ,, 4
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,,. tisotsAnon tr, 11,4, "Ilete4;nn
marry do so' before they are 21.
Thus, these gals are -still young
when their children are ready' to
go away to 'college or- marrys,and
start raising a familY;.of their
OWL o ,
Since many of these mothers
tire of having so much spare time
on their hands, they decide to go
to work, Miss Ball says..
Biggest problem involved in the
womanpower boom lir that gals
often find they do. not qualify or
the type of work. they' Woutd like
to do When ther were in school.
Miss Ball explains, they planned
only for marriage' End didn't take
the nnessary courses to JEW 1
That's why,' she recommends
that today's teen-age girls study
subjects that will boost their ern erntplmeniz
tplmeniz erntplmeniz oPportunetiel biter
Miss Ball says: "Half of today'
teen-age girls are likely to work
for 25 years.' If they realize this
now and plan for the type of job
that will suit them in their 40's
and 50's, they will find their prob.-
lems minimized." -
So far the Manpower COuncil
has not made a study of hoW
young husbands feel abeut the
likehood of their wives going' to
But Miss 'Ball declares: "I think
it's nazessary for young' men to
understand what has been happen
ing to ,women's employment and
what the future looks like. They.
too, will have to live in a world
where more women are going to
work than ever before.
"It's social trend and young
men should be just as aware of
it as wornen.
Alexander Wolf writes, "The
-therapist makes group meMbers
aware of their uniqueness -se that
they are not Impelled Ito demand
that he treat, them in the same
"He must DI le thfoughlf aware
himself of their, differences :that
he is not threatened when ,they',
eDmPlain; ItI ou don't treat ma as
you treat him!. Before long,
group members cease demanding
the same response from tim;
and in their. own interest' re,
cognired the value of his
epee on their individuality,"
Because we parent; dOn't take
the trouble to become "throuahly
aware" of- children's-, difference&
get awfully perplexed by Weir
demands for,the same treatment
Dody'a mother, aware of Dody's
difference from Helen, gave nett
younger' child a new, more conk
dent Mos of individuality.
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'he group which :won-,,Airst more quiet recreation was de.
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ma's weather has been a was never sure what the left Iva! f ::::,:sApt.,k,:o.:.:
change from the. London doing, but "somehowl managed.",
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and bike, riding for exercise. an unfortunate accident onstage, ::::': '':,.,
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old when ,she ,latutched her and "Jill Darling". ., $,- :',,1':, ',:: -,:::, flake cake mix, 1 1-4 cups water, balls with a melon ball cutter ertr,
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Lys, "I have loved to dance. honoring the Queen Mother. .., 1
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be a dancer." easy lesson. She was perform. on bottom, sides and tube.. Bake fresh lemon juice and 1-2 tea ,
in, with a show which was re. in moderate oven (350 degrees F.) poon paprika; Pour over. MOO !:
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8 when she made her aro- Vera made this unhappy disco discoel
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A pert blonde .ballerina came tp,,Salboa last week td
tee a record player...and decided io open a school of
She is Miss Vera Bomford, 'Who tame to the ,Isthmus
two years ago to visit her brother .in Coion. It has been
an extended visit.
Atlantic eiders already have had
a glimpse of Miss Boinford's ar artistry.
tistry. artistry. During Carnival season,'
she directed the dance techniques
of an Egyptian-style, "coMpar.
se". The group which won-4,iirst
prize. the recently started a 'dance
class for youngstere in the Ctilen
Panama's weather has been a
happy change from the London
fog, she says. She is enjoying the
sun, swimming, dabbling in gard
ening and bike, riding for exercise.
Fier natural love ter music
and dancing hit it eft with .the
native rhythms. hem She 'spa 'spadaily
daily 'spadaily has enjoyed learning the
Panamanian dances, she says,
because every partner has luty
a little different twist.
Vera's first ballet slippers were
small ones. She was only three
years old when ,she launched her
"As long as I can rememoer,"
she says,."1 have loved to dance.
Whenever anyone asked me what
I wanted to be, I always said I
would be a dancer."
Widely-traveled, she was a
Londoner most of her life before
coming here. She studied Royal
Academy ballet, tap and charact character
er character dancing- in Englapd, and was
only 16 when she made her Pro Professional
fessional Professional stage debut.
A hairdo that flatters a friend
May be unbecoming to you. I-lowever,
it is always fun to experi experiment
ment experiment in the privacy of your ,owit
home. If you are, tall and slim,
avoid, hairdos that add to your
height. Small girls look top-heavy
with hair piled up' in waves and
A daily brushing is essential to
healty and glossy hair. But using
a dirty brush may lead to scalp
problems as well es dulling the
hair's luster. Wash a brush in
warm soapy ,water or detenent
suds often ams desk the &rens
between the bristles thoroughly.
Teen-agers with. skin iroblems
ire wise to seek a doeoril'hOitt
Most teen-agers will find that the theTough
Tough theTough solo, and water cleansing'
followed by a medicated cream
Will control most of their isre,,,
bleMs.lt is imoortat to avoid Jr.
ritating the skin and creating se.
rioug infections. 1
Women with large noses must
watch what they do. with their
coiffures. Hair 'ladled severlyibeek
from ,the face tends ,to emphailte
the nose. 'this la tepecially-ArtiO
wjth ppny tail. which, 'yOung
women seem to like.
A teen ger ho learns the
tragic of subtle malte410 is 'vier
OW of the same. APPlYinif
stick properly is important end
the best way is with a liPstick
brush. Tilts takes practice but is
Worth learning. Just be, certain to
belittle end steady your hand and
Arm for. accurate etrokee. Work
foe e eltancut Outline.
When you're shopping and you
find yourself drawn to a stiecifit
color be 'certain that itMitten
Your sidn tone. AO easy test IS
to drips tho Materiel over your
ehoulder so It is Mose to the 'skin.
CP' IN much light on it as pos.
sible before You buy i dress,
sweater or skirt.
your legs need a special pre
sentation Lto minimise large
kles or calves or enhance skbutiP
ness, you've probably found the
perfect skirt length tor you. Stick
with it, change your length just
enough to avoid being conspicuous.
Resist fads when they come Ttur
' Bracelet, necklace and earnings
that match are too much,look
posed, not poisetts, Co-ordination
has its litnite.
A' lovely tweed suit, Ml
found on sale; But the softer the
tweed, the more essiltit stretches
Line the skirt with a stout, light
fabric. JOin it at the waistband
and side seems.
Foresighted women know that
no,11 the time to stock up ion
cottOns for the nuttiest Tull
stkko end sizes erg on the racks.
- Wash a synthetic 'wetter In
warm waterin the Machine t if
you like. Se it or tie it up in
pillowcase before putting it in the
machine and do check She water
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The war years found her tour touring
ing touring England and Scotland with
musical productions. Six days
week, she recalls, she ,was a
dancer, but Oft Sundays, dinee
more quiet recreation was de decreed,
creed, decreed, ehe and two friends formed
a trio for which Vera Wait the
,Iganist, Her right hand, she says-,
was never sure what the left was
doing, but "somehow 1 managed."
Her dzeams of becoming a clas clas'
' clas' sical ballerina were cut shot's, in
an unfortunate accident onstage,
when she suffered a back injury.
So she turned to the musical 'co 'comedy
medy 'comedy field as choreographer and
letrees. She was. connected with
such well-known impretarios as
Tom Arnold and Bernard Delfont,
and for five years had a hand in
the productions of several hit
shows including "No, Nanette"k
and "Jill Darling".
She was one of six dancers se selected
lected selected -for a scial performance
honoring the Queen Mother.
Miss lomford learned to be a
stage -manager in one not-se'
easy lessen. She was perform performing
ing performing with a show which was re returning
turning returning te London after being
en the road. During the train
trip, the stage manager and
props went one way, end the
cast the" ether.
Vera made this unhappy disco discovery,
very, discovery, she recalls, when she jtist
happened to walk into the London
theater at 11:30 in the morning
and found the stage hands' twid twiddling
dling twiddling their thumbs. A, peculiar si situation,
tuation, situation, she ,realized, since the
matinee curtain was scheduled at
2:30 that afternoon.
Quickly she directed an impro improvised,
vised, improvised, set from the theater's ettuip ettuipment,
ment, ettuipment, and tomeithw got the dhow
started.' The reaL-frustration, she
says, came- durirl the perform performance,
ance, performance, when she found herself on onstage
stage onstage 0 a dancer casting side sidewise
wise sidewise directieris to the men off offstage.,
stage., offstage., She later spen't two years in
Paris as 4,alletmistress for the
productions of Monster Ren Bar Bard'.
d'. Bard'. Returning to England, she con
Ru &Mitt Sa
-If she holds ,onto her feminity
it's never, too late for a woman
to find a husband. However, there
are few: Mietakes she must. a aVoid
Void aVoid if she doesn't want to frighten
She must.. bever refer to herself
Se In old maid.
14 should never criticize men
ln 'general or make such state statements
ments statements -as "Man are all alike,"
She Must never argue with Men
itrirt to, prove that she is men mental,'
tal,' mental,' euporior.
,.t She Must 'never refuse a man's
smalt cotirtesies with: "I'm not
used to, heving my-cigarette light:,
e4 tor erne," or "pon't get Am
Intim-isn't 'heavy," or "There's no
need.,for you to take me, I have
My own car;"
She must never sell herself short.
',TA so, clumsy," or "I don't know
how I Mild. have been so stupid,"
are ',remarks she should never
'make to a man.
Clunigh site shuldn't obviously
be husband hunting. she should
play tient the idea that she likes
.bor freedom or having her OWn
, idhe shobldn't worry too much
about 'a man's pocketbook. Why
save a date's money so he can
epend it on another girl 'who, by
letting.him be a 'bit extravagant,
mikes hip feel like a bigi shot?
She shouldn't bore a Man by
talking about her best friend. Why
talk shout another girl when ihe'
could be Anceouraging her date lo
'talk ',About himeelf?, The -latnel
rule. 'holds ,for ,'Iter job and her'
She shotddn't, always bi free
when s man cans her for a date.
'Kell be far more interested in
'her it be gets the idea that some some,Colif
,Colif some,Colif else tp too..
',' She stouldn't be too easy to
please, That one mistake alone his
eaused''manv womed's friends
wonder.' "She's such r nice Per-,
son I can't undoritend why some
Mon. hasn't grabbed her.",
FIRS NAZIS DISTRICT ..4,
isid tools, ',four Filipinos wow.
killed Slid 'ix other. were tniug,
tee in .4 fro which rutted she
commercial diotriet of Poxes nit,
WodneeAlov. About 400 families
wet left homeless, 1
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South re. School New, reported to todot
dot todot 02 school districts In south.
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Erste ineluding 22 whirAt deseg
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BLONDE AND BRITISH Miss Vera Bomford, he 'hag, prac practiced
ticed practiced pirouettes Since she wag, three, will put little Pacific siders
through their paces next month when she opens a School of dance
at the Balboa YMCA.
eentrated on' choreographic and
prothiction Work, and trained
dancers for the professional stage
Discussing ballet costume s,
Miss Bomford remarked- that, tor
the big productions the entire cast
was outfitted by such top de dethe
the dethe big prductions, the entire
sighers as the late Christian Dior.
Sometitnes, even a small hat was
fitted to the individual six or eight
times, she said4
Ballet slippers. often must be
discarded after only one perform performance,
ance, performance, she commented, although
the dancers learn various tricks
of extending their usabillly. It )8
a common sight, she said, to see
the girls deftly darning the toes
of their slippers. The extra
strength should be added before,
not after the hole appears, she ad advises.
vises. advises. Sho sometimes appeared un under
der under tho professional mama of
Vora Blain. Tho "second na name"
me" name" had Its advantagos. Ofton
Velvet can be refreshed by
brushing and steaming. Steam on
the wrong gide; then hang up to
If fingermarks have marred
your felt hat, rub them very
gently with the sandpaper.
For quick and easy sandwich
making in the future, bake neat neatloaf
loaf neatloaf mixture in small loaves.
Cool and freezt them, then slice
the -loaves and wrap slices sep separately,
arately, separately, keeping them frozen for
Screws will go into ,wood easier
if the threads are first rubbed
wrth soap. A
If you have trouble getting the
bottom pie cruet to brown., try
a dull finish;gless or aluminium
y',Before turning the oven on,
keep th oven door open for a
few minutes to make sure any
possible leaking gas in cleared
If Maras lquareo of, waxed
piper-fin, sitting and Mealliting
when -Yeu're baking, you'll have
fewer utensils to wash when
To get rid of coffee stains on
Cups, add a teaspoon of bleach to
the detergent you use in washing
dishes. It will 'dust tbe stain to
disappear but won't- affect your
To mash cloves of peeled gar garlic,try
lic,try garlic,try putting them ,between two
pieces of waxed raper and
mashing them with the handle of
a knife. This will keep your hands
free from garlic, odor.
110.SOW .(DPI) Ind Onttlan
Prelident Sukarno arrived' at the
Black Sea' resort of Sochi YEST
DAY FOR THREE DAYS OF RE
-v.,' roomy .001100 remm4
when she performed' various
tasks, the playbill listed "Vera
Bomford, ballidmistrels" and
"Vera Blaine, choreographer."
And it's not nearly so easy for
a printer to misspell Blaine as
it is Bomford, which sometimes
appeared as "Be mford" and
Miss Bomford is being introduc introduced
ed introduced in Balboa by Mrs. Dorese Wait Waites,
es, Waites, who until this month operat
ed a successful school of dance
here. She and her husband, W. R.
Waites, plan to leave the Isthmus
this Week to make their home in
Vera not only looked at that re record
cord record player. She made plans to
use it. She has announced that she
will start dance instructions about
June 1 at the Balboa YMCA.
It will be, for her, like' old days
so far as train travel is concern concerned.
ed. concerned. She will be a commuting bal ballerina.
lerina. ballerina. By J. RETTINGER
Last Friday night was the night
of the long-awaited Junior-Senier
banquet. Menu reading was a bit
difficult, but after deciphering the
first few letters I decided to leave
it for the Chinese and go on eating
my turkey, which was pretty good
at that. I'm sure that both classes
who were there will remember
the banquet for many yeap to
SA elections are almost over.
Grady Hesters was elected presi president,
dent, president, but in the race for the vice vicepresident
president vicepresident place Didi Bremer and
Wordon French are battling it out
until tomorrow when the fun-off
will be held. Grady will officially
take office during the Awards Day
assembly, which is sometime In
the week of May 17.
Another event In the cowing
weeks is the maim party un und'er
d'er und'er thel direetioirof Kathy Cox. To
be held very informally at Ama Amador
dor Amador Beach the 23, this should be
quite a break from the tradition
of having a formai banquet at the
Let's take a peek into the future
and see what the rest of tho busy
Month of May has in store for
those who are not leaving early.
For thg seniors, there is Senior
Week, which includes Skip Day,
Dressup Day, and the Junior-Senior
Frolic. And how could I for.
get? EXAM WEEK is in May, too.
How careless of me to almost
overlook that all-important wtekt
Well, I guess that's about all
the blurb from the halls of BHS
for this week, ,Every week I'm
here?. .are you
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"rye of the President Remon 1
r tetrad's. best sprinters will'
tch strides this afternoon in
i t featured $1,000 six furlongs
, sh for first series impor:.ed thg thg;
; thg; ghbreds.
i karat, on the strength t.
ttee wins in his last four starts,1
- shapes up as the prospective mu-
Ite Ps favorite. Hustling Heliodoro
(tapitoi Gustines should also help
- paiklpina, beaten a long nose by
ltDcaraz could be the second
ettoice. Leading jockey Brualio
Bleza has the leg up on the hard hardtanning
tanning hardtanning Chilean mare.
'Critic, which was third last
week. figures to be a series fac factor
tor factor throughout. This speedy Chi Chilean
lean Chilean horse has been turning in ex exefllent
efllent exefllent workouts for some time
- Ow and seems overdue, Manuel
Yllenzuela will do the booting.
,5-loman, always at his best vver
six furlongs, will have capable
ternando Alvarez in the saddle.
Homan has the distinction of hay hayit
it hayit beaten Alpina in all three of
t eir meetings over the three-guar
, tg.r mile distance.
. dloracio, ? tisuglly consistent
Orformer, appatars to be off his
b st form and would pay a juicy
p !ce if he should score an upset.
' 1 71roving Homer.) Hidalgo will be
abtiard the stout hearted vet vet'
' vet' eron.
"411',;Added attraction 'on the pro pro'
' pro' gram...will be the continuation of
the-Gu,stines-Baeza feud. These 2
, sattagoices clash in the four last
ilt,z),4.0,xiith good mounts for both
- ,,Ithr'secoittlary attraction phs
,: DOtLacho against Nebrisca with
, fillstists on the former and Bacza
s aled"to ride the latter. Oilier
, bursa with a good chance of win winrptitis
rptitis winrptitis $750 seven furlong sprint
i i,setond series racers IT Ga Ga'
' Ga' tillitti,,..Xistullari and Rosita Ma Ma144,4
144,4 Ma144,4 "esterday, Santillan lived up to
eetations and raced to a two two,
, two, 1 Otty victory in the featured $650
rfurlong sprint for third series
': t orted herses. TatV was sec sec:
: sec: and Vergnlaux third.'
, ',Itantillan, under a confident ride
tODAY ENCANTO 35 -20
01 rngrid Bergman in
;THE INN OF THE SIXTH
John Howard in
ilst Race 7th Series imp. esp. i
, le, uo , A
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-vsh, of the President Remon by Gustines, took command when Purse $450.00 root Loses 1:.41 NEW YORK, May 9 IINI) rier forlay to- lead the', St. ,touls
1 :. ,,- merican League
, Nationa ague- I
ratetrack's. best sprinters will sent two furlongs out, opened a 1st kACE OF THE DOUBLE Red-hot Harmon Killebrew el9t- Cardinais to an 11-1 victory. over, -1. -4
, .. ,
tch strides this afternoon in three-length lead then held on 1-Jaco B. Aguirre ii0
nize a light t,
!, Teams , W .:Pct. GB Teams .- W L' Pct. GB ,kt
I t featured $1,000 six furlongs when Tatin challenged in the fi- 2-Blue Zulu D. Madrid 10s. ed a
in four runs today while Hal Smith, ,,iiitiat loaly t.7.35, 'smash-
. i;AGO f1,1.11I.) :The Illinois aeveland 4', 15 .7 .682 -Cincinnati . 14 0 --,.' .609 -.
, sh for first series impor:ed tho- nal furlong. The latter was almost 3-Voltage M. Valenztteia 106 Griggs limited the New York ed a three-run homer,.half-way up "valtic Commission. would recog- Baltimore . 14 10 .582 2 Milwaukee . 12 9 .541 1 1
three lengths ahead of third place 4,-Cleron S. Hernandez 112 pair of home runs and drpve the Chicago Cuba.- '' --- - ,,,, ".,;,.. t s
between ,middleweignt Washington . 14 11 .560 214 Los Angeles . ,,' 15, 12 '.556 1-
I learn, on the strength 4.- finisher Vergniaux. 5-Baranoa Yankees to two hits in leading the into the left, field bleachers in the
chairman., Frank Glliner
champion Ray "Sugar" Robinson Chicago . .' 12 11 .522 312 San Francisco . 13 11 .542 Ili
tlfree wins in his last four starts, Hurlingbam and High Day set 6-Teloreo R. Vasquez 114 Cy.
V. Tepia 102x '"ashington Senators to a 7-0 vic- fourth inning to pu 'the Cardinals
and Carmen Basilic) as a title bout, Kansas CitY . 11 13 .458 5 Chicago ,- -, 13 13 .500 2V2 i.,.t
ahead, 4-0. He sent home two
if they. -sign for it Pimmediately1!.Boston.. . 10 12 .455 5 ,' Pittsburgh . 11.12-.;1,;478 3 tt-
shapes up as the prospective mu- the pace for the ifrst hall mile 7-Colmado H. Gustines lits '4"
Ps favorite. Hustling Heliodoro then faded. Deauville, well placed, 7-7 Killebrew credits his current more rtms with a second homer
Robinson 'yesterday.. Detroit -,
notified New York' . 9 13 .409 -8 2' Philadelphia ,10 13 .435 4 'I:
(Rana()) Gustines should also bell) failed to respond for the drive. 2nd Race Special Imp., 4 Fgs.
home run binge to the fact he's into- the same spot -durWg a St;
8 17 '.320 8,, St. Louis .,,,1,.... 8 17 .320 I l'
46 chances. Santillan turned the six fur- Purse $650.00 Pool Closes 1:30 ,,
"most choosy about the pitches Louis seven-run eighth-innitirralI
m hitting now, out he wasn't ly. , Gilmer. said that the ecitrimis- .........-. ,
Alpina, beaten a long nose by longs in a fair 1:13 45 over a 2nd RACE OFT HE DOUBKE
partial where he belted them-or sion -action, did -not indicate an
lOcaraz. could be the second slow frack that was listed as good. 1-Guiliotina F. Alvarez 106
off h tod
le om- ay. break with the, National Boxing 9 a
Today s Games -Today s Games -1 ,I.
eboice Leading jockey Brualio He returned $3.80 win and $3 2-Fille J. Jimenez 112 - B. s R ''''''''' ''
imstein ptes;3: ,.,,,,,,iociat!,,t, which Monday
Bleza has the leg up on the hard- place. He was the third winner 3-Rosenda A. Alfaro 106 i
.MILWAUKEE, May 9 (UPI) . ,. q1PPed RObinson of his title for Cleveland at Chicago (2) - Philadelphia at-Pittsburgh' (2-1)
, - fai I
tanning Chilean mare. for Gustines to make the latter 4-Juana de Arco B. Baeza 115
Bob Purkey and the Cincinnati lure,to sin for a defense. Grant (1-0) and Ferrarese (3-1) -- Roberts (2,-1) and -"demProch i'a,
'Critic, which was third last the day's winningest rider. San- 5-Alta Gracia G. Sanchez 112
Reds thwarted Warren "Spahnt in Ingemar Johansson "Everybody else would recog vs. Pierce (3-2) and Yynn (1-21. (2-1) vs. Friend (0-5) and Iladdix tr,t
week. figures to be a series fac dino Hernandez. Homero Hidal- 6-Singaluz B. Aguirre 115 . th i t d
-bis quest for his 250 v c ory an nize thefight as- a championship Boston at Baltimore (2) Bre- (24)- :,-,., ,' ',- ff V,
tor throughout. This speedy Chi- go and Amado Credidio won two elves into first lace r
pushed thems P i - 1, fight-:too," ,he said. "That's my wer (1-2) and Casale (1-5) or Dan- Cincinnati-Alt Milwaukee (2)
lean horse has been turning in ex each to be runnersup. 3rd Race "C" Natives 7 Fes.
in the National 'League y .,
b defeat- Terrific Puncher g '
, uess because- Robinsoies a real man (14) vs.' Brown- (0-0). Ind Newcombe (1-31 & Niptliall (1-1)
Went workouts for some time Bugaba paid the day's best win
Purse $425.00 Pool Closes 2:00 s 'tiday
ing the Milwaukee Brave , champion,:and if he fights, 'what Portocarrero (0-3). or Pefia (14) vs. Willer0-1), and t.
tfpv and seems overdue, Manuel dividend with an $18.60 payoff in 1-Don Vito S. Crecticlio 105 thby all want. will have been Rush (1-0). --- '"
Yllenzuela will do the booting. the fourth race. 2-131ack Bee J. Talavera 106 m: NEW YORK (UPI) s ..
- 'WhiteY compli hed ae- Washington at New York (2) '
- Chicago at St. Louis' (2), '40-- Un- ,,-,
,5-loman, always at his best over 3-Yosikito S. Hernanaez 117 It was the first time since the
ne of the world's top i,
1957 season that the Reds have Bimstehl, 0 AS far as the public is POn-
Stobb 1-2 n s nal
s ( ) a d Pa e (2 2) vs. '4
man (2-trand Bushesidt-,(1-2) vs.
six furlongs, will have capable The dividends: 4-Sahri A. Jordan 111r boxin trainers joined the Inge- e r Ford (2-1) and Larsen 12-0)
e ned -they would recognixe it as - - Mizell. (34) and Kellner (04).' 6.'
- d first place, as Cincin- g t
Fernando Alvarez in the saddle. 5-Takeaway B. Baeza 108 0 nar Johansson camp today anti -s
nati, suddenly turned tou h definitely for. the world ha Los Angeles a San; Francisco Franciscoc
c Franciscoc ninon- K i 1 t
Homan has the distinction of hall- FIRST RACE against Milwaukee, defeated the PF
' onounced the European cham cham.
. cham. .. shIP," he said. k, ansas C ty at Detrm TerrY Podres (3-2)- vs.,McCorMick (04).
it beaten Alpina in all three of 1-Matrici,ledo $10.40. $4.40 this pion rom we en a terrine
f S d Gilmer said (2-2) vs. Foytack (04). i-:
t eir meetings over the three-quar 2skcil $3.4,) 4th Race "F" Natives 6 Fea. Braves for the fourth time that he had con conpuncner.
puncner. conpuncner. ,
ferred with 'the other members of , ,
. tgy mile distance. Purse $175.00 Pool Closes 2:30 season against two losses. Jhhansson who meets Floyd
, the Ihnois commission Lo R
, u ad- Yesterday's gesults
41ioracio, ? usuglly consistent SECOND RACE QUINIELA Patterson at Yankee Stadium ir
zienda d B. Yeste da Resnits
an ill Feigenbutz, be- r. y s ..-
ue Paint 8 80 04 40
Orformer, appal ars to be off his 1-111 $ i
1-Buscapleitos V. Tejada 97x BLATIMORE, May 9 (UPI) June 25 boxed his usual six f ,
2Tovseo ff5,9n V. Castillo 118 Billy Loes thwarted a ninth inning ?re notifying .Robinson of the de- Cincinnati - 000 001 200-3 9 1 el
b st form and would pay a juicy 2-Folielito runds to'day two each against ansas Ci 120 000 001-4 10 3
Milwaukee 000 000 000--4) 7 1
p !ce if he should score an upset.
E FIRST DOUBLE $59.80 3-Naranjazo H. Gustines 113 threat by the Red Sox today to three sparMates, and coneentrat- urn, a,nd both concurred. Detroit tY
034 000 00x 7 9 3
4-Ttitt Pereque A.Crectiaio Ha save Hoyt Wilhelm's fourt straight th e said that as. a member of Purkey (4-2) end Dotterer;
I -.-Icoving Homer-I Hidalgo will be THIRD RACE ed on his IPft jab and on infight- ;(' J
ehtiard the stout hearted vet- ( 1-Tuti Fruti $4.20, $2.60 5-Suver Girl F. Hidalgo 120 victory and give the Baltimore ,,,. e ,NBA exeeutive committee Spahn :-McMahon (9) and Cran CranGrim,
Grim, CranGrim, Coleman (3), Morgan (0)
et on. 2-Cbito $3.80 6-Zia E. Dario 100 Osioles a 43 victory over Boston. "'5
, -i- Bimstein said Johansson is "a
' when they were lied h th
require Robinson to Si d- 11 -8 ahn -
P0 w e er to . a L p (3 41.. HR McMillan
and Chili, Bunning (2-3),and BP
gn for a de- -1. (4). 1,
',4"if;Added attraction .on the pro- 7-Oon Manuel H. Hidalgo 102x ood bod under but he still ,, beret. L-Grim (3-31., HRS-Terwil- ',i
grain,will be the continuation of FouRni RACE 8-Dinamita R. Prestan 101x g Y P iense oy April 25 I
The needs work on that an
d on his in- or ose his title,
DE'rROIT, May 9 (UPI) he had changed the' date required tiger (1), Kaline (6). -,-: , .
tbe-Onstines-Baeza feud. These 2 1-Bugabl $18.60, $3.S0 ., fighting. He's very strong,and he '4;
saddle:aces clash in the four last 2-Marylln $2.20 5th Race "A" Natives 8 Fp.
Detroit Tigers today took ad- to May '25. '-' ' ------- 1 Chleage ,'. 000 010 000-1 7 0 )
is a terrilik: puncher."
nlete collpase by H ad
e ded that on the NBA pro- B t ' '' SI Louis -. 100 300-07x 11 15 0
ilts.,,,with good mounts for both FIFTH RACE Purse $500.00 Pool Closes 1:00- ve'nlage nf a ".ni--
the Kansas City Athletics de de,
, de, Patterson, still resting at his os on 100 001 100-3 10 2 i
pose to niatch Batillo and Cre Ho e ng eton 4 Phillips
bbi Si I ( )
,I,thrtsecoittlary attraction phs 1-picectipo g2.60, s9.20 1-Ciria A. Gonzaies 100 home in Rockville Centre, N. Y., ne Baltimore 400 000 Otho--4 6 0 y''''4,
fense in the third Inning to score Fullmer for th ti 1
e t e,. Should Rob- 9 and (5), achaffemorth (7); Elston
Don ..acho against Nebrisca with 2-San Salvador $2.80 2-Titita J. Rodriguez 118 four runs and defeat the A's 7-4. after his winning fight against inson lo th
se e. crown, he had sug- (8), Henry (8) and .S. Taylor ,-,
lilstints on the former and Baeza 3-FriJolito A. Creandio 110 Brian London, will not resume Hoeft, Monbpuquette (7) and
s ateeto ride the latter. Other SIXTH RACE 4-Jahalina M. Valenzuela 110 The Tigers broke away from a gested that Spider Webb b d ,, Jackson (4-2) and-11. Smith. MRS'. 1
training until next week. : s out white; Wilheini., Lees', (9)
horset with a good chance of win- 1-Algigence $5.20, 53.80 3-3 tie on two hits, three ehrors bei- included th fir
, in e st bout. an" 0 S ith 2 (4 & 5) B ( )
m , oyer 4
and a walk and a hit batsman. "Fin nott c rian os. e m 4-0
T d W Wilh I -( ) L ?
ttp,this $750 seven furlong sprint 2-Zapaton $3.20 6th Race 4th Series Imp. 6 Nis. SIGN TWO TACKLES ., ,,, hangthg my posi- Hoeft (1.2).
,-- 7 tion, 'Gilmer said. "If they sign t
i t-setond series racers IT Ga SEVENTH RACE Purse $600.00 Pool Coses 3:.10 Philadelphia 000 000 010-1 8 0
' silian,,17Cistullari and Rosita Ma- I-Pardine $9.60. $4.60 1st RACE OF '111E DOUBLE CHICAGO, May 9 (UPI) -The PHILADELPHIA (UPI) The before May 25, we would recog- -- ..
- :, Pittsburgh 110 001 42x-9 12 0
4-t 2-La Brice S.1.40 1-Sober View B. Baeza 110 Chica go White Sox capitalized Philadelphia Eagles have signed nize the bout, and I'm hopeful Washington 100 012 030--7 9 4 G M Th
omez, eyer (8) and o
'esterday, Santillan lived up to SECOND DOUBLE $50.80
ectations and raced to a two two1
1 two1 OW victory in the featured $650
EIGHTH RACE 2-Chacotero F Alvarez-105 on the wildness of left-hander
Herb Score and two relief pitchers defensive tackles Down Owans
3-Mi Locura H. Hidalgo 95x and Jess Richardson to 1959 pro
4-Charicleia V .Tejada 405x
- today to pile up nine runs on six football contracts.
s Robinson'll do it. ,I hope to get a N Y k
cham ion h. ew or 000 000 000-0 2 0 mas, Regan (9); Kline (3-1) and
p s ip fight in which the Griggs (2-0) and Porter; Tur- Burgess. L-Gomez (0-1). HRS-Skittchampion
takes part. ley, Kucks (7), Ditmar (9) and ner 2, (1 & 2).
I-Rey Beiot S3.40, 52.40 hits. seven walks, a hit batter and "What 4,
rfuriong sprint for third series 5-Crews Hill S. Hernandez 113 everybody wants Is to Berra. L-Turley (3-4). HRS.-Kill& -I,
- 2-Atrayente $2.60 a balk for a 9-r, victory over the
t orted horses. TalS.: was sec-- get the by to fight.' If my action brew 2 (9 & 10) ,Alli.son (5) (11 Innings)
. d and Vergniaux third.' OUINIELA 54 7th Race 5th Series Imp. 6 Nis. would get him to fight, I'd be '' Los Angeles, 802 000 000' 01-6 12 2
' :ntillan, under a confident ride NINTH RACE Purse $500.00 Pool Closes 4:10 it ,
1-Santillan $3.80, $3 2nd RACE OF TH EDOUBLE .PITTSBURGH, May 9 (UPI) piles H
.. d gt , di. more sat.istied than stripping him aeveland '002 201 000-5 11 1 S. Francisco 102 001 001 00-5 8 2
of the title and having two other Chicago 035 100 00x-9 9- 0 Drysdale, Labine (10). and Rose-
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I ONE-TWO $15
TENTH RACE 3-Lancaster V. Castillo 110 yvith four hits, including his rst actialqoarcouler.blunon a thout trying ,..,,
pplioation Chinerold ""ght to fight. and Iti like him to Moore (4) and Lollar. W-MoOre Arith. W-Labine (1-3). 1,6.- Jones
, 2-Maglia H. Hidaigo 103x season-long batting slump tofilay piles another hour wi I es arlY champ
ion. I agree he binson (6) and. Nixon- rLatitian Miller (7), G. Jones (10) and Lan. :',
and second homers of the year, to Eau,. i g e miseries 3 ways: 1. fight," be said.
4-Caroalman H. Gustines 115 (1-2). L-Score (2-2). (1-1). RR-Snider (2), Larker (3).
"I,.: 'Ingrid Bergman in 1-Aidar 56.80, 54.80 drive in four runs and 'lead the pa n and itching. 2.,11elps shrink ''
5-Highland P J Phillips 115 ore
, swollen tissues. 3. Helps- na urs
;THE INN OF THE SIXTH 2-Alamito $6.20, gsp,.in,. p 11,.,,, "I Pittsburgh, Pirates to a 9-1 Nieto- ti.".114 irritated Merribranes and allay tPila
ELEVENTK RACE 7Rhea Calls R.- Hernandez 110
..'' ."'''''' ''''' ry over the Philadelphia Phi Ries. sNervousne11. Ask your DruirirlaVilit DruirirlaVilitdikInarold
dikInarold DruirirlaVilitdikInarold today "'
--OE r John Howard in 1Flko $6 60 83.60 8Empire C
IPTHE UNKNOWN TERROR" I ' ST. LOUIS, Mo., May 9 (UPI)
-.... 2Doq Orlin VI 9Jaymah F. Alvarez 115
Catcher Hal Smith Hit two
, -., 40 ONE-TWO $16 10Neetui
homers good for five runs a,nd
ph Roc "D" Natives 6 Psis Ken Boyer slashed a grand slam-
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GAMBOA Rock Hudson Cyd Charisse
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5-Mauricio H. Hidalgo 102t '' f'a,,tititif2::::1,-, k'- '4431,:,,:;:
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In Cinema Scope and Color
MARGARITA Tony Curtis Janet Leigh
2:30 7:00 "THE PERFECT FURLOUGH"
In Cinema Scope and Color
PARAISO John Wayne Elko Ando
7:00 "THE BARBARIAN and THE GEISHA"
In Cinema Scope & Color
SANTA CRUZ Ralph Meeker Janice Rule
7:00 "A WOMAN'S DEVOTION',
CAMP BIERD Robert Wagner Joan Collins
7:00 "STOPOVER TOKYO"
, In Cinema Scope and Color
COCO SOLO 2:30 7:00
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by Gustines, took command when
sent two furlongs out, opened a
three-length lead then held on
when Tatin challenged in the fi final
nal final furlong. The latter was almost
three lengths ahead of third place
Hurlingbam and High Day set
the pace for the ifrst half mile
then faded. Deauville, well placed,
failed to respond for the drive.
Santillan turned the six fur furlongs
longs furlongs in a fair 1:13 45 over a
slow track that was listed as good.
He returned $3.80 win and $3
place. He was the third winner
for Gustines to make the latter
the day's winningest rider. San Sandino
dino Sandino Hernandez. Homero Hidal Hidalgo
go Hidalgo and Amado Credidio won two
each to be runnersup.
Bugaba paid the day's best win
dividend with an $18.60 payoff in
the fourth race.
I Matriro lpdo $10.40, 94.40
IBlue Paint $9.90, 04.40
FIRST DOUBLE $59.90
( 1Tuti Fent $4.20, $2.60
1Bugabl S18.60, $3.90
1Pleeelieo 92.60 99 20
2San Salvador $2.80
1Algigenee 95.20, $3.90
I Pardine $9.60. $4.60
2La Brica S3.40
SECOND DOUBLE $50.80
IRey BeoI S3.40, $2.40
ISantillan $3.90, $3
2 Tatin $5
1Aldar $6.80, $4.80
1Elko $6.60, $3.60
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Russ Tambtyn Alan Young
Terri-Thomas Peter Sellers
Jessie Matthews June Thorburn
Bernard Miles 01 Puppeloons
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4Cleron S. Hernandez 112
5Baranoa V. Tepda 102x
6Teloreo R. Vasquez 114
7Co 'mad H. Gustmes lid
2nd Baca Special imp., 4 Fgs.
Purse $650.00 Pool Closes 1:30
2nd RACE OFT HE DOUBKE
1Guiliotina F. Alvarez 106
2Fine J. Jimenez 112
3Rosenda A. Allan) 106
4Juana de Arco B. Baeza 115
5Alta Gracia G. Sanchez 112
6Singaluz B. Aguirre 115
3rd Race "C" Natives 7 Nis.
Purse $425.00 Pool Closes 2:00
1Don Vito S. Credictio 103
2Black Bee J. Talavera 106
3Yosikito S. Hernanaez 117
4Satin A. Jordan 111x
5Takeaway B. Baeza 108
A. Jordan 11 lx s
B. Baeza 1U8 1
4th !tacit "F" Natives 6 Nis.
Purse $475.00 Pool Closes 2:30
1Buseapleitos V. Tejada 97x
2Foileato V. Castillo 118
3Naranjazo H. Gustines 113
4Ttitt Pereque A.Crethuio 103
5-811ver Girl F. Hidalgo 120
6Zia E. Dario 100
7Don Manuel H. Hidalgo 102x
8Dinamita R. Prestan 101x
5th Race "A" Natives 8 F9s.
Purse $500.00 Pool Closes 1:00-
1Ciria A. Gonzaies 100
2Titita J. Rodriguez 118
3Fri Jolito A. Creanito 110
4Jaba 'ins M. Valenzuela 110
6th Race 4th Series Imp. 6 Nis.
Purse $600.00 Pool Coses 3:J0
lst RACE OF TtHE DOUBLE
1Sober View B. Saeza 110
2Chacotero F Alvarez-105
3Mi Locura H. Hidalgo S'ix
4Charicleia V .Tejada 405x
5Crews Hill S. Hernandez 113
7th Race 5th Series Imp. 6 Fp.
Purse $500.00 Pool Closes 4:10
2nd RACE OF TH EDOUbLE
1Trirreme F. Justiniani 102x
2Maglia H. Hidalgo 103x
3Lancaster V. Castillo 110
4Carealman H. Gustines 115
5Highland P J, Phillips 115
6Alhajar R.t Vasquez 113
7Rhea Calls Hernandez 110
9Jaymah F. Alvarez 115
gth Race "D" Natives 6 Nis
Purse $400.00 Pool Closes 4:40
1-4an Vkente H. Hidalgo 101i
2Tingat B. Baeza 113
3Blanquita P. Credidio 113
4Daniel H. Gustines
5Noticion V. Tejada 96x
6Don Grau S. Carvajal 108
9th Race 2nd Series Imp. 7 Fgs.
Purse 5750.00 Pool Com 5:15.
1Kadir D. Madrid105x
2Gavilan S. Hernandez 108
3Xistullari H. Hidalgi5,103x
I 4Rosita M F. Alvarez 106
5Nebrisca B. Baeza 108
6Mc ndesir h. play 1081x
7Don Lucho H. Gustines 114
8Guadalcanal J. Talavera 108 1
10th Race lst Series Imp. 6 Fgs.
Purse 51,000 Pool Closes 5:40
1Homan F. Alvarez 106
2Ainina B. Baeza 110
3Horacio H. Hidalgo 96x
4Alcaraz H. Gustines 115
5Critico M. Valenzuela 105
11th Race 4th Series Imp. 6 Fro.
Purse $600.00 Pool Closes 6:05
ON E Two
1La Desiree R. Prestan 100x
2Tarasca J. P. Diaz 96x
3Gouvernent H. Gustines 116
5Mauricio Hidalgo 102t
4Granadero B .Baeza 110
6Emily Mary V. Tejada 97x
7Germanio .F. Justiniant 105x
8Luciente A Gonzales 100
9Recife T.alavera 105
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NEW YORK, May 9 IUD
Red-hot Harmon Killebrew cl9t cl9ted
ed cl9ted a pair of home runs and drove
in four runs today while Hal
Griggs limited the New York
Yankees to two hits in leading the
iashington Senators to a 7-0 vic vicwry.
wry. vicwry. Killebrew credits his current
'home run binge to the fact he's
"most choosy about the pitches
I'm hitting now," but, he wasn't
partial where he belted them,or
.MILWAUKEE, May 9 (UPI)
Bob Purkey and the Cincinnati
Reds thwarted Warren ''Spahnt in
-his quest for his 250th victory and
pushed themselves into first place
in the National-League by defeat defeating
ing defeating the Milwaukee Braves'Aiday,
It was the first time since the
4957 season that the Reds have
occupied first place, as Cincin Cincin,nati,
,nati, Cincin,nati, suddenly turned tough
against Milwaukee, defeated the
Braves for the fourth time this
season against two losses.
BLATIMORE, May 9 (UPI)
Billy Loes thwarted a ninth inning
threat by the Red Sox today to
save Hoyt Wilhelm's fourt straight
victory and give the Baltimore
Osioles a 4-3 victory over Boston.
DETROIT, May 9 (UPI) The
Detroit Tigers today took ad advantage
vantage advantage of a complete collpase by
the Kansas City Athletics' de defense
fense defense in the third inning to score
four runs and defeat the A's 7-4.
The Tigers broke away from a
3-3 tie on two hits, three ehrors
and a walk and a hit batsman.
CHICAGO, May 9 (UPI) The
Chicago White Sox capitalized
on the wildness of left-hander
Herb Score and two'relief pitchers
today to pile up nine runs oft six
hits. seven walks, a hit bitter and
a balk for a 9-r, victory over the
PITTSBURGH, Malt 9 (UPI)
Big Bob Skinner broke out of bis
season-long batting slump today
yvith four hits, including his first
and second homers of the year, 'to
drive in four runs and 'lead the
Pittsburgh, Pirates to a 9-1 victo victory
ry victory over the Philadelphia Phillies.
ST. LOUIS, Mo., May 9 (UPI)--
Catcher Hal Smith Hit two
homers good for five runs and
Ken Boyer slashed a grand slam
2Juana de Arco
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ner today. to lead the St. Louis
tArdinais to an Iki victory over,
the Chicago Cubs.
Smith, valy t.t35, smash smashed
ed smashed a three-run homer, half-way up
into the left field bleachers in the
fourth inning to pu the Cardinals
ahead, 4-0. He sent home two
more runs with a second homer
into the same spot durWg a St.
Louis seven-run eighth-inning'ralI.Y.
NEW YORK (UPI) 'Whitey
Bimstein, one of the world's top
boxing trainers, joined the Inge Ingenar
nar Ingenar johansson camp today and
pronounced the European cham champion
pion champion from Sweden a "terrific
Jbhansson, who meets Floyd
Patterson at Yankee Stadium
June 25, boxed his usual six
runds today, two each against
three sparmates, and concentrat concentrated
ed concentrated on his left jab and on infight infighting.
ing. infighting. Bimstein said Johansson is "a
good body-puncher, but he still
needs work on that and,on his in infighting.
fighting. infighting. He's very strong, and he
is a terrifik: puncher."
Patterson, still resting at his
home in Rockville Centre, N. Y.,
after his winning fight against
Brian London, will not resume
training until next week.
SIGN TWO TACKLES
PHILADELPHIA (UPI) The
Philadelphia Eagles have signed
defensive tackles Down Owns
and Jess Richardson to 1959 pro
Don't suffer from painful, itching
Piles another hour without trYisit
Chinarold. 'Upon applioation Chinarold
starts curbing Pile miseries 3 WaYIN: 1.
Eases pain and itching. 2. Helps shrink
sore, swollen tissues. 3. Helps- nature
beat irritated 'Membranes and allay Pile
Nervousness. Ask your Dfuggist tog
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cICAG0 (wei) :The Illinois
Athltic Commission would recog recognize
nize recognize a lighc between middleweignt
champion Ray "Sugar" Robinson
and Carmen Basilic) as a title bout,
if they sign for it Pimmediately",
chairman Frank Gilmer notified
Gilmer- said that the cdtrimis cdtrimission
sion cdtrimission action did not indicate any
break with the National Boxing
Assoc 'aft on, which Monday
stripped Rbinson of his title or
failuro-to sin for a defense.
"Everybody else would recog recognize
nize recognize thefight as a championship
fight- too,' ,he said. "That's my
guess' because Robinson's & real
champion, and if he fights, what
tlity all want will have been ac acComplished.
Complished. acComplished. "As 'far as the public is con concerned
cerned concerned they would recognize it as
definitely for the world champion championshit),"
shit)," championshit)," he said. k
Gilmer said that he had con conferred
ferred conferred witlythe other members of
the Illinois commission, Lou Rad Radzienda
zienda Radzienda and Bill Feigenbutz, be before
fore before notifying Robinson of the de decision,
cision, decision, knd both concurred.
He said that as a member of
the NBA executive committee
ivhen they were polled whether to
require Robinson to sign for a de defense
fense defense 'by April 25 or lose his title,
he had changed the' date required
to May '25.
He added that on the NBA pro proposal
posal proposal to Match Basilic) and Crene
Fullmer for the title, Should Rob Robinson
inson Robinson lose the crown, he had sug suggested
gested suggested that Spider Webb should
beg included in the first bout.
not changing my posi position,
tion, position, Gilmer said. "If they sign
before May 25, we would recog recognize
nize recognize the bout, and I'm hopeful
Robinson'll do it. ,I hope to get a
championship fight in which the
chRmolon takes part.
"What everybody wants Is to
get the tuy to fight. If my aetion
would get him to fight, I'd be
more satisfied than stripping him
of the title and having two other
guys fight each, other and not de defeat
feat defeat any champion. I agree he
ought to fight. and Ici like him to
fight," be said.
111E SOUN,and THE FURY'
New Cinema Scope Drama With Steller
Cast, Opens Ilednesday At The
BELLA VISTA 'Theatre
MEP 011LIEIMIEIN minc V
:Zerit,Wald's CinetieScope production for,' Jason Compson, ihe adopted eon of the 1011,
i 20th entury Fox 'William Faulkner's '" ,who tries to 'free at least .one of the; r,
,1111D FURY one of tha, klati, Quentin, his atepsister's illegitiniate
,r,Inbstcimportant literary properties of 'our. daughter from, the' blight that had Plagued
' time' Will open zext Wednesday at ,the Bella,. them .so long.
;Vista theathre ' Yul )Brynner partraya, this ,roli, Which, is
,,,Yul Brynner, Joarine'WoOdward ithd 'Ipart'from anything he has ever attempted
garet Leighton 'head a powerful cast which :',.before.,.It even requires him to wear a' hair.';
enacts this emotional tour de forci, that piece., As th, seventeen yearold Quetin P
probes Into the lives of In old and once tortured adolescent, ,Joanne Woodward. has
proud Southern family. is both a stry of. a role, commanding every bit the' artistry
weakness and strength.,' of abisorbing and forcefulness of her pscarlvirining ""rho
,terest and excitment. , 'rhree Faces of Eve.",
, :Set, in, the mythical :tOwn. of Jefferson, Don't miss this ,new CinemaScOpe dremail
Mississippi. aS are most of thei Nobel and 'with a atelier cast, which opens next Med
Pulitzer Prize winning author's stories,' the, ; nesday.,, at the airoonditionect Bella Vista,:
dram'a revolves around the personality' of theatre,'. ,t
'Noma W 1,
aeveland 15 7
Baltimore 14 10
Washington 14 11
Chicago 12 11
Kansas City 1113
Boston 10 12
New York' 9 13
Detroit 8 17
Cleveland at Chicago (2)
Grant (1-0) and Perrarese (3-1)
vs. Pierce (3-2) and Yynn (1-2).
Boston at Baltimore (2) Bre Brewer
wer Brewer (I-2) and Casale (1-5) or Bau Bauman
man Bauman (14) vs. Brown (04). Ind
Washington at New York (2)
Stobbs (1-2) and Pascual (2-2) vs.
Ford (2-1) and Larsen (2-0).
Kansas City at Detroit Terry
(2-2) vs. Foytack (04).
Kansas City 120 000 001-4 10 3
Detroit 034 000 00x-7 0 3
Grim, Coleman (3), Morgan CO
and Chili; Bunning (2-3),and Ber Berberet.
beret. Berberet. L-Glim (3-3). BBB-Terwilliger
(1), Ka line (6).
Bosto'n 100 001 100-3 10 2
Baltimore 400 000 00x-4 6 0
Hoeft, Monbpuquette 'CI) and
White; Loa (9) and
Triandos. W-Wilhelm 44-0). lb--
Washington 100 012 030--7 9 4
New York 000 000 000-0 2 0
Griggs (2-0) and Porter; Tur Turley,
ley, Turley, Bucks (7), Ditmar (9) and
Berra. L-Turley (3-4). HRS-Killibrew
2 (9 & 10), Allison (5).
aeveland '002 201 000-5 11 1
Chicago 035 100 00x-9 9 0
Score, Perry (2) ',Bell (3),,
binson (6) and Nixon; rLatman,
Moore (4) and Lollar. W-Moore
(1-2). L-Score (2-2).
SITUNDAY MAY 10, 1051-
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'National League 1
Teams W Pct. GB
Cincinnati 14 9-- .609
Milwaukee 12 9 441 1
1,os Angeles ;15 12 .556 1-
8an Francisco 13 11 .542 114
Chicago 13 13 .500 212
Pittsburgh 11 12--,478 3
Philadelphia 10 13 ''' .435 4
Si. Louis 8 17 .320 7
- Today's. Games
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh (2-1)'
, Roberts (2-1) and demproch
(24) vs. Friend (0-5) and Haddix
, Cincinnittat Milvdnikee (2)
Newcombe (1-3) & (14)
or Pefia (14) vs. Wille! (0-11 and
Chicago at St. Louis (2)1.0..
maa (2-1) and Buthordt (1-2) vs.
Mizell (34) and Kellner (04).
Los Angeles at San: Francisco--
Podres (3-2) vs. McCormick (04).
Cincinnati 000 001 200-3 1
Milwaukee 000 000 009-0 7 1
Purkey (4-2) and Dotterel.;
Spahn, McMahon (9) and Cram.
dall. L-Spahn (3-4). AIR-McMillan
Chicago 000 010 000-1 7 0
SI Louis 100 300 07x 11 15 0
Bobbie, Singleton (4), Phillips
and (5) Schaftemorth (7), Elston
(8), Henry (8) and S. Taylor;
Jackson (4-2) and 11. Smith. MRS MRSH.
H. MRSH. Smith 2, (4 & 5), Boyer (4).
Philadelphia 000.000 010-1 8 0
Pittsburgh 110 001 42z-9 12 0
Gomez, Meyer (8) and Tho Thomas,
mas, Thomas, Began (9); Kline (3-1) and
Burgess. 1,-Gomez (04). HRS-Skirtner
2, (1 & 2).
Los Angeles, 302 000 000 01-0 12 2
S. Francisco 102 001, 001 09-5 8 2
Drysdale, ',shine (10) zind Rose Roseboro;
boro; Roseboro; S. Jones, WorthiVon (3),
Miller (7), G. Jones (10) and tan tanAtith.
Atith. tanAtith. W-Labine (1-3). Jones
(1-1). BR-Snider (2), Larker (3).
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, Mixsd Loague an, Betty lilt 5.18Janclicap' and
risus 503 handicap. For the Camel
rooms won Lost Winston Salems, Maxwell' Uri Uri)illon
)illon Uri)illon 28 12 denocrg was smoking hot; opening
3oyd Brothers, Instil. 26 14 with a 223 and finishing with a
.deal Bread 24 16 551 scratch., Jess Pate also knock knock3ass
3ass knock3ass Shoes 24 16' ed down plenty of pins for a 563
;ream Music 25 17 handicap,. and Ann Hill assisted
L'honite Balls 21 1) with 504 handicap.
'roams Won Lost
Dillon 28 12
Boyd Brothers, Insun 26 14
Ideal Bread, 24 16
Bass Shoes 24 16'
Creche Music 17
Ebonite Balls 21 13
Pascual Cookies 20 20
Canada Dry Hi Spots 1812 2112
Pabst Blue Ribbon 18 22
Camel-Winston Sal. '15
Paper Mate Pens 12 ,23
Turco Products 10 30
Nicldsher 172, Alvarado 171. (La-1
dies): Rudy 153 Metzger t48,
Sniith 138. '
1 battle for a spotlit ;the play playoff
off playoff ts ,6ettidg to be ,a regular dog
fight:, The second ball-end next,
- foiti tearrit are still in
thcrunning, and it is possible to
have a. four wiqt triple dead deadlock,
lock, deadlock, ,or. a two. team tie, All, the
eye, will ,be- focused' Ork
Hicktnan. and Bass, Sheik meeting.
If Baas 81191141 Win, four,t'itwonld.
be' a mad ,seramble, 'oproviding
the !Boid Brothers aplit and ideal
Bread takes four.
Canada Dry 3 Dillon Hickman' I
TOe- fifst" half ',winners, Canada
Dr)k.dealt.a seyere setbasck,to the
Di1100-,HiCianene, who dropped,
three, out Of the four points.Truce
Hassler 'and george Metzger were
the 'Canadit Dry Hi SPot yittC523
and; 513 -scratch series. Otorgc.
so hid iz,200 game. Fr the- Rinon
Dillies it'Wee a cliental' eVehingh
and the'only ray of light was $hiO
ley :Cavanaugh's 536 handicao se seThe'
The' seThe' first half winners, Canada-Dry
dealt a severe' setback-to
the ;Dillon Hickmans, who dropped
three out of the lourpoints- Bruce
Hassler, and George Metzger were
the;Canada Dry 111, Spot .with 613
and 513 scratch-aeries.' Georgi al also
so also bad 200 game, For the 'toil-,
Ion Dillies it, was dismat,eveiling,
and the'enly ray of light wa
ley tantvaugh's 536 handicap le:
troihers 3 -Toni OrUduCh I
Thii stock.. of the, BOYd 13rotifai
tooli quite ''', a jumpts and their
chaqbes for Ale second half bunt'-)
ing "b'ecarne optimiatie. 'Altliougli'
the Insuranee Lad, and Lassies
dovMed ,, the Turcd
game were Close, ,,
Fifteen' 'pine sepatratedl ;TP.,
figuree and the' BB's Pelicans oh'
one,by 22.. and another by 3100110
Turco 'took their solitary marker
by'38, Orily one 500 scratch Ivis
recorded, when Bill plickisher
shooting 'form the' high ;average
erovm finished with' 523', forlur,
cos, Vic Ortiz, alsoa Turco gather-,
ed 559 handicap.'For the, whining
Boyds, Brothers Bates and;Pahst
had 544 and 511 Itandicap series;
bass Sheas '3 41
Belli Shoes '3
, Carrel Winston' Salem
Den McCuiro enjoying' best
evening of the season,. ii,531, scratch
the Bass Footwear was sparked to
e 8 to 1 margin .over thecigarettes
of CamelWinston Salem. It was a
sweet victory! for the 'Bees Shot
because It gave, -them a chance
for the second half honors. All WO
bevel do Is. beat. the Dillon DR.
lies for allfour points in their
"next, outing. They will be getting
, about. 27 pis handkap from the
current league leaders.
Besides McGittre his little worn
Ideal. Braid 2 Gredia Mush( 2
Both teats battled an uphill,
struggle; soas to remain in the
running for the second lalf.
bakers, ,of Ideal Bread broke into
tle win column early by a 45 pin
margin. And this, gave 'them an
eyen split because Gracha won the
sedond bY,21 and, the finale bY 13,.
fall. short by eleyeii sticks in
the TF. ''
For Ideal, little lefty Charlie
Entenbert grabbed thi honors with'
,528 scratch. gni FreUnd despite
iame up with
.553 :handicap, and West, 13141'',.,t
-Mson jolted' the' lumber
for 538 handicap. FCe the
cha Musid, Don Rudy hit 535 and
Lou Glud 514' hoth scratch, with
the two ladies of the s,ame atir-
names laving handleaVseries .of
,51.4 for VF Rudy and-533 foi Helen
Pascual Cookiet 3 eliilits-11
' The opening githe was- one of
those sport oddities. The Ebonites
spotted the Xascual 'Cookies one
pin per game, and the ',Margin
of the Ebonite defeat wisyou
Imaged it,4 one pin, The Ebonite
Ballg bounced back, winning by
22. The.Pascuals were verrntrong
in the exit chapter winning by M.
r For the Ebonites ,railreader
BrUce Morrow had the only fEl3o
nite 5C, 547 handicap. For, the
Parma Cookie& Joe "Atlas"r,bib "Atlas"r,bibers
ers "Atlas"r,bibers had 4 529 and had to tegle
for second .bonors to Mim Smith.
and Sob Blaney broke 524, all han handicap.
dicap. handicap. Pebst Blue Ribbon BoPr 4
: .. raper Mato PIM 0
Now that the season s pract
ally over. list year rhamps, Pali tit
Blue Ribbon Beer are starting
to clrek. 'nig week they chalked
up four whining points. Dee artet
kielted jn i"ith.1441. Lnit Bruchett
broko,851, arid Harry Rouse 5214
all candicap For the Paper Mate
PrP.s..on!y. theit anchor man ant
r-11 Alvarado smacked
, CAMlittN, N. J. (UPI) -- Soo
Culmone- rode three winners at
'Garden State Park Wednesday.
I Liten To
' Record 84Oso
The, Dodgers offer early evidence
that the seventh-place finish of
last season was a honible night nightmare,
mare, nightmare, largely traceable to their
beine,confined, to the abbreviated
acreage of Ebbets Field.
The erstwhile Bums of Brctoklyn
swaggered into Philadelphis,, the
National league's lone remaining
e,astern nutspot, -on the first
transcontinental SWing with eight
guys 'batting .300 or better Dick
Gray, Charley Neal, Don De Demeter,
meter, Demeter, Carl Furillo, Ron Fairly,
WallY Moon, Don Zimmer end
1The 'early foot on the heels of
the stumbling break of a year ago
is enough to excite even the strong
and silent Walter Alston, if that
There are several reason!! for
the upbeat, but the best story in
connection with the club at the
moment has to do with Don De Demeter
meter Demeter finally chasing Duke Snider
out of center field.
This breaks up the famous New
York triumvirate after an eight
year run. Snider arrived two
years before Mickey Mantle of the
Yankees and the Giant.' Willie
Mays. The Duke is six years old older
er older than Mays and five years old older
er older than Mantle, so figured to go'
first. Hough a recurrent injury to
Ms left knee hastened his seith
to right field iind the dugout at
THUS INDS THE MOST .fre .frequent
quent .frequent argument in New York
saloons which went on through
seasons and repeated World Ser Series.
ies. Series. Who was the best all-round
ballplayerSnider, Mantle or
Mays? Each led their respective
leagues' in every department of
the attack, stuck out defensively.
All agrePri that the only latter-day
center fielder who excelld them
wag the incomparable Joe Di DiMaggio.
Maggio. DiMaggio. Demeter, a frail-looktif indivi individual
dual individual standing six-four and weigh weighing
ing weighing 180 pounds is not yet 24, but
was several years coming' He was
taken out of an Oklahoma tryout
camp only becaute two other kids
who have since disappeared in insisted
sisted insisted on his comoany. The front
office fed him pills and whatnot
trying to build him uo. He's still
skinny enough to be blown away
by a fair-te-Middling prairie wind.-
Before Demeter came up to the
Dodgers in Flatbush in 1956
after swatting 41 home runs for
Fort Worth of the Texas League,'
Fresco Thompson, the old,infield old,infielder
er old,infielder who runs the farms,. predict.'
ed that he eventually wopld
make Snider, the NOnParret,
something other than the key mid.
die- man in tbe ontti-1A
When young Demeter, hit a
borne run fOr the BroAciti
fall of 958, Roy Campanei'l
promptly tagged him Jne D,
fine compliment to DiMaggio.
AS IN THE 'CASE Or anti'
with the Yankees, the rap against,
Demeter,. cright-hand batter, was
that he swung too bard. It didn't
make any difference whether be
was, in a lot as apatious. as the
Los Angela Coliseion or one with
the beckoning stands and fence
of Ebbets. Field, he waived the
bat around his neck and 'swung
from Port-Arthur. The result was
OeCaliOnal distance tut. a modest
batting verage like his .283 -in 80
games with pt. Paul of theAm theAmerican
erican theAmerican Association as 'recently as
last' season,, when he drooped to
.189 in.43 games with the Dodgers.
"Walt 6kiston) straightened him
opt at Vero .13e.ch this spring,
explains Greg Mulleavy,the form
er Triple A-shorstop who coachp.
Dodgers. -"He was upnercrd.
ting the- ball, so Walt ,bad; him
hit irdield practice, where he bad
to shorten his. swing and hit down
on the ball, Walt made him use
lighter- bat; so he wait
longer and check his swing,"
little,thing that g:'
the renowned DUke 'Snider Out of
center field and could be the dif.
ference:betvieen RevelWI plice
and the first World Series taking
clubs front' coast, to ceasti
i! 1(11)DINGTon You lens
; alio proudly inspects an eight- 1
anti's-halt pound brown trout 1
the Worcester fisherman look
from Quabbin Reservoir. hard
: by Belchertown, Mass. He
, used it Mooselock wobble i;
palboa Boys, Cristobal Girl
Ho'nois In interscholoic
Swimming Meet At Coco Solo
Snodgrass, Graves, Seamon,
Van Loon, Double Winners.
Ignoring the bad weather a num
bet of spectators were treated to
some fine performances in some
closely contested races. Since Co Coco
co Coco Solo Pool, being used for the
first Alma for interscholaotic
swim meets, times will be con conildered
ildered conildered new interscholastic and
Canal 7.one records for this long
course fifty yard tank.
Two, of the many fine- races,
were' the 50 and 100 yard free
style for girls. Charlene Graves
and Carolyn Holmes, both fine
swimmers, turped in "nose to
nose" races which were decided
in the final few yards. Charlene
winning both in fine times of ,29
for the 50 ani 1:07.0 for the 100.
Jon Snodgrass for the Balboa
Boys had two fine races, the 50
and 100 yard free style. The 50,
he had to go hard to touch out
teammate. Tim Days in the time
of .27. In the 100 Jon had to come
from behind to nose out George
Other double wins were tUrned
in by Balboa's Harry Van Loon
in the 200 Free Style and 150 in individual
dividual individual medley. Cristobal's Jean
Seamon had to fight hard for wins
in the 100 Back and 150 Individual
The schools this year are swim swimming
ming swimming for a girls and a boys team
championship. The Balboa Boys
won the opening contest with a
team score of 58 to CHB. 43
and J. C. 2. The girls scores were
almost the reverse with CHB. 54,
The second meet will be held at
Balboa, Wednesday April 13. The
starting time 2 p.m.
Results, all distances
50 KS., Girls--1. C h a e n e
Graves (C) 2. Homes () 3.
Spectator (C) 4. Halvosa (8)
50 F. S., Boys--1. Snodgrass (B)
2. Days (B) 3. Boswell (B) 4.
Scheidegg (C) Time: 27.0
100 ,Butterfly, Girls--1. Howe
(B) 2. J. Seamon (c) 3. Smelzer
(B) 4. bunn (B) Time: 1:38.1
' 100 Butterfly, Boys--1. Rudge
(B) 2. Dugan (c) 3. Cox (JC)
4. Billison (C) 'rime: 1:14.3
200 F. S., Girls-1. Hickey (C)
2. Rogers (B) 3. Gangle (B) 4.
WYone (C) Time: 2!47.7
200 KS., Boys-4. H. Van Loon
(B) 2. Rigby (B) 3.. Rowley (B)
4. Miller (C) Time: 2:31.4
100 Back, Girls-4. J. Seamon
(C)1. Harned (B) 3. Haivosa (B)
4. Washebaugh (C) Time: 1:25.4
100 Back, Boys-:-1, Manning
(C) 2; Daya'(B) 3, 'Suarez (B) 4.
(B) Time: 1:14.8
100 F.S.4 Charlene
Graves (C) 2. Holmes (b) 3.
Spertator (C) Time: 1:07
100 PS., Boi,s--1. Snodgrass
(B) 2. CoPoi (C) 3. Boswell (B)
4. Sikorski (B) Time: 1:05.5
100 Breast, Girls--1. Favorite
(C) 2. Howe (B) 3. Herring (B)
4. C. Seamon (c) Time: 1:33.3
100 Breast, Voys--1. De Tore
(C) 2. E. Dolan (B) Caldwell (B)
4. Dentin) (B) 'rime: 1:21.7
Divino 1. Cunningham (C)
Smith (C) 3. Bettsak (B) 1. Carol
150 Individual MedleO. Girls
.t.-Seamon (C) 2. flamed (B)
.3. Washabaugh (C) Time: 1:19.0
15o Individual Moftley. Boys
R. Van Loon (R) 2. Rowley
:(n) 3. tourfen (C) 4. Mac Lean (B)
200 Modiev Relay. Girls--1. 111-
:boa-i-Falvono. Herring. Howe, RO-arc
2. C.11.S.-Washabough. Fa Fayorite,
yorite, Fayorite, C. Seamon, Hickey. Time:
Medlov Relay Relay. Boye..
1. C.P.S.--Mapoinp., Do Torn. Du Duoan.Cotton.
oan.Cotton. Duoan.Cotton. 2. Bolboa-Suarez,
Denton, Rudge, Snodgrass, Time:
200 FS. Relay, nrig-t CMS.
Spector. Heareo. Or&ves.
o. 1:301h1p-warnevi. Rogers, Smith
Tim.: 2 .n4.6
200 FS. Belay, Boys -4. C.H.S.
TRE SUNDAY AMERICAN
Cotton. 2. Balboa-Boswell, Terry
Anderson, Sikorski. Time: 1:52.9
RESULTS OF JUNIOR
HIGH SCHOOL SWIM MEET
50 F.S., Girls-1. Figueroa (B)
2. Walker (B) 3. Conchita Graves
(C) Time: 31.2
50 F..,.Boys -1. Slaughter (C)
2. Dykes (B) 3. Smith (B) 4. Knox
(B) 'rime: 27.4
50 Butterfly, Girls-1. George
(C) 2. Mahoney (B) 3. Hearn (B)
50 Butterfly, Boys-1. Holmes
(B) 2. Mann (B) 3. Salughter (C)
,4. SZemer (B) Time: 34.7
50 Black, Girls-1. Figueroa
(BV( O. George (C) 3. Yost (B) 4.
Rhodes (B) 'rime: 38.6
50 Back, Boys-1. Dirk Van
Loon (B) 2. Feeney (B) Time:
100 FS., Girls-1. Walker (B)
2. Crowell (B) Time: 1:15.4
100 FS., Boys-1. Holmes (B)
2. Slaughter (C) 3. Smith (B)
50 Breast, Girls-1. Powellson
(B) 2. Hearn (B) 3. Conehita
Greaves (C) 'rime: 46.4
50 Breast, Boys -1. Dykes
(B) 2. Wilkin (b) 3. Denton (B)
4. Zemer (B) Time: 40.5
150 Individual Medley, Girls
George (C) 2. Yost (B) Time:
150 Individual Medley, Boys
1, Mann (B) Fenney (B) Arey
(B) 4. Zemer (B) 'rime: 2:18.3
200 Medley Relay: Girls-1. Bal
boa-1. Walker, Hearn, Figueroa,
Mahoney. Time: 2:42.5
200 Medley Relay. Boys-1.. Salboa-Van
Loon, Witkin, Hilmes,
Dykes Time: 2:27.0
200 FS. Relay, Girls-1. Balboa
-Walker. Crowell, Yost, Mahoney
200 F.S. Relay, Boys-1. Balboa
&Mann, Feeney, Smith, Witkin
Came To Stay
NEW YORK (NEA) The
first 1959 Spring Sports letter of
the Eastern College Athletic Con Conference
ference Conference briefly called attention to
the long tenure of three coaches
in the league, -I
Other names were nominated
and the second Sports letter add added
ed added four more names, the third
Now nine more are nominated
for the 25-Plus Club of the cir circuit.
cuit. circuit. They start with Sam Rug Ruggeri,
geri, Ruggeri, who has coached wrestling
at Tufts for 37 years, and Babe
Krause, who has been in charge
of lacrosse at Hobart for 33.
The others are Pic Picariello,
26; Dr. Pete Leaness, Temple soc soccer,
cer, soccer, 29; Dr. Francis J. Sweetly,
Manhattan team phvsician, 31;
Mox A. Weber, Hamilton tennis,
31: Henry R. Hodget Clarkson ba baseball,
seball, baseball, 30, and basketball, 25; Ed Eddie
die Eddie La Fond, Catholic boxing un until
til until the sport was dropped in 1955,
27; and Isadore Yavits, Ithaca
RIDES SECOND TRIPLE
PIMLICO, Md. (UPI) .Rickey
Larry Adams rode his second
triple In three days at Pimlico
Wednesday, raising his winntng
total to seven since Monday's
NE'19 OltK (UPI) Nino Val Valdes
des Valdes of Cuba and Alonzo Johnson
of Rankin, Pa., will meet in the
feature bout of an all heavy
weight program at Madison
Square Garden May 29.
Cat:ey: Remembpr Way Bcfck
When Players Stole Base's",
By LESTER J. BIEDERMAN
PTIISBURGH (NEA) Max
Carey points out two qualities in
baseball today that differed from
his time-1911 through 1930.
"The emphasis today is on
home runs aral we didn't have the
opportunity for power because of
the dead ball and the pitchers
could use the various trick de deliveries
liveries deliveries now outlawed," the old
Pittsburgh outfielder says.
"But the one thing I miss in
baseball today is the stolen
base. The players today don't
steal as frequently as we did.
guess vou could say the home
run ruined this art, because, a
maa might be thrown out steal stealing
ing stealing and the next batter hit the
ball out of the park."
Carel, was the best base steal stealer
er stealer in the National League and on only
ly only Tv Cobb (14 the American ri rivaled
valed rivaled him in his department.
"It's funny how you recall lit
tle thlngs that 'happened years thin
ago," Carey went on. "For in- sect
stance, I managed to steal be because
cause because I learned the mannerisms 01
of the pitchers. said
"I Temember a game we had
in Boston in the early 1920's. Dana rem
Ft IlAim, a right-hander who was evel
allowed to use the spitball, was the)
pitching for the Braves. He had
a habit of not keeping
011 first base if he intended to 01
the runner get
I throw the apitter. Ano
"Carson Bigbee got on first
base with none out in the 12th in innine
nine innine iind had tipped him off that
if Fillingim started to apply the
galiya, he'd never throw to tirst
"I bluffed a bunt as Bigbee
started for second base on the
sterd. I deliberatelv held the bat
a foot above the ball in front of
Hink Gowdviii eves so the catch catcher
er catcher lost a little time getting hic
"Then sacrificed Bigbee to
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third and the next batter hit
sacrifice fly and we won."
One of Carey's teammates once
said, although he was fast: thfi
reason he s:ole so many bastoi
was that he knew more about!
every pitcher in the league ItiA,
they knew about themselvest.,4hol
catcher seldom had a chaneouta
One year Carey stole 63 basecl
Another year he stole 51 and mini'
thrown out only twice. Todayils
Mayer who Offal as many,,as 20,
bases is considered an artisL(ity
Some 'of these voungs'ers shoUIC
heve seen MAX Carey. ,t44ii
The old master might Alasf's
given them an idea.
ONE BACK IS BACK AK
Bloomington, Ind. (IslEA)1.6we
Indiana will have onlv sOrterr
ernm its 1956 backfield retunringi
fullback Vic Jones. ,,tt
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evening of the season, a,531, scratch 'I I
the Bass Footwear was sparked to The-OAS
. 1 e
,11 8 to margin over theeigarettes y ,
of Came! Winston Salem. It was a namerican
sweet victory. for the :Bass Shoes, ' 1 444,06 tot moix,,s, ,
because it gave them chance zIket 0110
0 84 bi- KIDDINOTenY 'rimless
41? proudly inspects an eight- , , 2
for the second half honors. All Liey 41, ) Hpt 1
have to do Is beat the Dillon DR. n andyn-hall pound brown trout 1,, '
FR,EE SAFETY CHECK $,FOR WET
11.:.aut. the Worcester fisherman look
'01'11 fies for allfour points in their
next, outin The will be etting
g I g 110C-YCN by Beic
from Quabbin Reservoir, hard ,;
hertown, Mass. He ,' 1
' about 27 pis handitap from ,the W E'A T H E R, D,R I V N.G
71) 4 (11) tfia'
current league leaders. Every'', Sunday used a Mooselock wobble i;
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the !Boyd Brott
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Dry,.dealt a se,
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and 513 scrota
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,, ThcA. stock., of
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Turco took 0!
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evening of the I
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a 8 to 1 Inargh
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, because it gal
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Carey. Remember Way Bac r
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' ,,--:----- ,-: : luLLING HIS Wtguni, 4 PHILADELI3fklA -4 (NEA) !-- A
. -, 1 4- --''' 4 ?4- -'' ..- t.-4.-4 ',' 4 ' .. The. Dodgers offer early evidence t ,-
' that. the seventh-place finish of . -. st, k o
, ,-- last season was a bortible night- ,
ake Honors In 'Interscholastic IA rit Ay ....
1 ' 1 tt,....: ., NO ,., mare, larg traces e . u: Lith Aillik HAI n I AMID II AP Adak Ildit dila C 1 .an Lk
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By LESTER J. BIEDERMAN tle things that happened' years third and the next'Isattel hi ii-e,
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. -4! ."- ..,-- --- swaggered into Philadelphia,. the
:):.:! ). As''' : - la,''':::.44::::;'::.!00? National League's lone remabsing ago," Carey went on. "For in- sacrifice fly and we won." .';':;',
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':::',::: P11,4-45;-AND :;i:,3::::::i::::::: 141101,1,,, 4 ,::::'';E::-,,iL :., trangeontmental SWIng Carey:points .out two qualities in cause I learned the mannerisms One of Carey's teammates-once :','
.:),:::,::-:: guys tatting .300 or better Dick Snodgrass, Graves, SaaMOn, -Sanders, Scheidegg, Billison, baseball today that differed from of the pitchers. said, although he was fast,',-00,i.
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ass, '-,,..::','::-:;:;'',::'.-:,:: Gray, Charley Neal, Don De- Van Loon, Double Winners. Cotton. 2. Balboa-Boswell, Terry his time-1911 through 1930. "I -remember a game we had
-..'th 1 YOU TO ',:::1!,.;,:::g.-;.)::'
was that he knew more About!
reason he stole so many base,
4111,11114'''''''' meter, Carl Furillo, Ron Fairly, Ignoring the bad weather& num Anderson, Sikorski. Time: 1:52.9 in Boston in the early 1920's. Dana
, j.,'.,;!":,, 4344.4,. 41Pl,- :::',:::::::::!:,' -: -."').--; '- A
. -, ; WallY Moon., Don Zimmer and bet of spectators were treated to RESULTS OF JUNIOR "The emphasis today is on FillAtin, a right-hander who was
A.t1. ' .' 7 ' J h R eb ro some fine performances in some HIGH SCH001. SWIM MEET h:ome runs and we didn't have the allowed to use the spitball, was every pitcher in the league.: tAIM;
r,',, iel., '' -:' L '. ''''' --- .. ..
. k p 'The 'early loot on the heels of closely contested races. Since Co- 50 F.S., Girls-1. Figueroa (B) opportunity for power because of pitching for the Braves. He had cthaetYchekrneawelda
4, -.!' f- ,, : '" --- ..., i t the stumbling break of a year ago co Solo Pool, being used for the 2. Walker (B) 3. Conchite Graves the dead ball and the pitchers a habit of not keeping 44,-,4-,t,
, ,i the runner get him.
i... '0 '. is enough to excite even the strong first Alma for Interscholastic (C) Time: 31.2 could use the various trick de- 011 first base if he intended to One year Carey stole 63 baseal.1:
, t ie. ...! '4.7,''"" .. -- a,-'.:- and silent Walter Alston, if that swim Meets, all times will be con- 50 K., Boys -1. Slaughter (C) liveries now outlawed," the old throw the apitter. Another year he stole 51 and was-V
' ), ,, .. --,,N. 1-4'- were possible. ' aidered new interscholastic and 2. Dykes (B) 3. Smith (B) 4. Knox pittaburgh outfielder says. thrown out only twice. Todayro, :
,,, ..-. f.:.
', ::',,N4( --- doit : There are several reason!! for Canal Zone records for this long (B) 'rime: 27.4 "But the one thing I miss in "Carson Bigbee got on first player who steal as manr,ee 04.
, ,"'.',-,. '...1;:i'li dr the tipbeat, but the best story. in course fifty yard tank. 50 Butterfly, Girls-1. George basenji today is the stolen base with none out in the 12th in- bases is considered an artisti,-(ltr,-',
: -4' ''''''!' V 'connection with the club at the' Two, of the many fine- races, (C) 2. Mahoney (B) 3. Hearn (B) base. The players today don't nine snd I had tipped him off the -,-R1,''i,j,'
t ' '' ''' ''' ''' moment has to do with Don De- were' the 50 and- 100 yard free Time: 40.a steal as frequently as we did. I if Fillingim started to apply the Some -of these voungs'ers shotilC,
,,, ,v 1:1.121:WSP ''.,A-'1,-.
-,' '9, !7,,,,. ,d,,,, i ,,,. ., II, meter finally chasing Duke Snider
style for girls. Charlene Graves 50 Butterfly, BOYS-1. Holmes guess you could say the home saliya, he'd never throw to tirst have seen Maa CareY
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l ., '2. '''',41tr''''''.:1?,T:1,,:,8:1;;4..,..":- York triumvirate after an eight nose" races which were decided 50 Black, Girls-1. Figueroa ing and the next batter hit the started for second base on the a.,,,,i.tY
) ', year run. Snider arrived two
ONE BACK IS BACK , '4,'
, : i l';',',,e'' ' l' :,,',;:57!',,,ti '.'. , i in the final few yards. Charlene (BV( ti. George (C) 3. Yost (B) 4. ball out of the park." : steal. I deliberately held the bat
years before Mickey Mantle of the winning both in fine times of ,29 Rhodes (B) 'rime: 38.6 CareV was the best base steal- a foot above the ball in front of i. 41,1
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- e for the 50 and I:07.0 for the 3.00. 50 Back, Boyt-1. Dirk Van er in the National League arid On- Ha'nk Gowliv's eves so the cateh- Bloomington, Ind. (NEA'yi.,44,4
,,,,. , ,;.,-.'..,- 4' 4, .,:-. k-,.,),,...0,,K .S1'-i .J1 ,,k,.. i Mays. The Duke is six years oldt.1,,,-,
s),,,,.., ,.....: s,,,,.,f4v, -,,,,o,,,, ,,,-,,,:. er than' MaYs and five years old- Jon Snodgrass for the Balboa Loon (B) 2. Feeney (B) Time: iv Tv Cobb o' the American ri. er lost a little time getting hi. Indiana will have onlY fine s'artee;
Boys bad two fine races, the 50 37.9 valed him in his department. throw away, ernm its 1958 backfield returirinV.'
I, '41,,tilea' d ,..4,414t .-:, y er than Mantle, so figured to go' and 100 yard free style. The 50, 100 FS., Girls-1. Walker (B) "It's funny how you recall Ill- "Then I sacrificed Bigbee to fullback Vic Jones. ',fit
, t,113: .:),;t1 ,..2-' uto!'s''' ..-.,,,,,;,.,: first. Hough a recurrent injury to h h d to go hard to touch out 2. Crowell (B) Time: 1:15.4 ,,,,,i.
Ma left knee hastened his seith
teeama ate. Tim Days in the time 100 FS., Boys-1. Holmes (B)
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't ,, to right field end the dugout at
of .27re. In the 100 Jon had to come 2. Slaughter (C) 3. Smith (B) "'
;41''',1f,,.!..,10,:1, 14 5,04,,q,144., ,,,,,,---4- .i;: ,,27:....i,' ;". 32.
from behind to nose out George Time: 1:07.0
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50 Brea st, Girls-1. Powellson ,
1 l' THUS INDS THE MOST Jae- Cotton.
Other double wins were turned (B) 2. Hearn (B) 3. Conchita
, , quent argument in New York
lii by Balboa's Harry Van LoOn Greaves (C) 'rime: 48.4 RII10 ,'
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. id y,4141, ;-.';?.14.''W.,,...,'1,,,.,?,-.,:A.,,i;sei..?,:tid;:,?.,: it. Ha ,f,t saloons which went on through
seasons and riteated World Ser- in the 200 Free Style and 150 in- 50 Breast, Boys -1. Dykes
chvidual medley. Cristobal's Jean (B) 2. Wilkin (b) 3. Denton (B) EDIFICIO VALLA ,,1
, 4Ceta I- : ,:sA,U4.1,'-f''.; ft les. Who was t e best all-rotmd
Seamon had to fight hard for wins 4. Zemer (B) Time: 40.5 ; ,,,
) .,-, .,41.. ,:'' 4.''''''''4-.:f''''::: !L. '',71-4- ''' ' ballplayer-Snider, M a n t I e or
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1,n the 100 Back and 150 individual 150 Individual Medley, Girls
, Hitel'it .., -.'. 7:1.0.-:'-' '''''',,f4VIY'444:'4,'''...,ii,' $KSNY ,v,
Mays? Each led their respective
1. George (C) 2. Yost (B) Time: .;!.,..,,
::, leagues:in every department of medley. ..)1
1,-. :).,,.'",:::... ,,;-,,,,:::A0,-,,,ti:&..)., ":;.:'' The schools. this year are swim- 2:21.1
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t:::: -1t,titi,i ,,a,: eol,,.., 1.-4?-,, the attack, stuck out defensively.
te m 1 0 I 'vi ,,,,,...
All agreed that the only latter-day Ming for it girls and a boys a 5 rub dual Medley, Boys 0.,0,50,,,,0:::::
center fielder who exeelld them championship. The Balboa Boys 1. Mann (B) I2. Fenney (B) Arey :'.,,IRONt:
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end J. C. 2. 'rhe girls scores were boa-1. Walker, Hearn, Figueroa iiM:Aiiiii;VM:RWii.:.:::.4.Ww.,..::0.':::-.. :.5' ,.,--!.. 1::,1,),. i.:
wee the incomparable Joe D
i won the opening contest with a (B) 4. Zemer (B) 'rime: 2:18.3 daiigimk::,5ii.i..!...!.:.:.. .-!,,,i,i,...,iA:.,...---,..::,,,- ..4
,:ik ,.. ::',,,,, -i: A '",,,,,,,-;,,,n., team score of 58 to CALS. 43 200 Medley Relay: Girls-1. Bal iMpia:Ea:,:;,;;:;vw,.,',n:::-. A --
l :; ,-..,.. , ;. );!'3',41,'. 'k,,. -.. -V-,,,T ..":Y.!.-, --,,,,,,,-.;4 J '
Demeter, a freil-lookin' indivi- almost the reverse with CRS. 54, Mahoney. Time: 2:42.5 iNiftft:XtiNOMW:1111:::i..,..:.'::..4:1A-',',:::' 4
200 Medley Relay, Boys-1., Bal-- nien,00420.'-:,.:40.'N;'
: (.-', ; .,,,),.,'Ii: 11,:',4t4iNHI,i4li'''ef74.?.. ., : : ' dual standing six-four atid weigh- Balboa 40.
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, i ,.,:,,,,:1,.....:,' ',V,44,' "5,4-4,,....t:,, '' .".,',. ,sa, ing 130 pounds IS not yet 24, but The second meet will be held at boa-Van Loon, Witkin, Mimes, iiiiiiiii:i..;I:ie:-..4:::::::imiwiiiimi!.:,:...!-' ,--
' ---6 was several years coming' He was Balboa, Wednesday April 13. The Dykes Time: 2:27.0 Iiii4i,bori,Ffaii:MOP:'''
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te,,,.-.' ,,,,7: taken out of an Oklahoma tryout starting time 2 p.m. 200 FS. Relay, Girls-1. Balboa ...:,likr).,...,i,:.....,';:.;-:-r0;::Ar .,.
.i. 4.10":":',k.,,. ... i 4CARIZIED ENogierth, ,;,:.
,:,:::,: ''ty, 1 WEI6H7 lb OUST ,4,. 4 1,01S ', camp only becaute two other kids -Walker. Crowell, Yost, Mahoney V".;.;!: : ;.:,-,-;:.--: ,0..s:,5,-,::':.,-'' -..:-::0.:wi.:::::::::1:.,.:.: :: :- : t
k '''.e: who have since disappeared in- Results, all 'distances .::. .
. '' A.Ne..0'0NPeta,siGiall i'f',',1..t-,,-- : A Time: 2:23.8 '.,4""'::,,;''''''''' a -: : .:44.:01.1i.Nii:iV:
ri , ,..-
. s ; ..1 I CA417Ea F1E:t. 0,..i,,: ,, :' Itz,4220 slated on his company. The front are yards. 200 FS. Relay, Boys-1. Balboa ..,,,,,,:. 010"4'r. .: :,,...
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?I'-;';','-,-:. .t office fed him pills and whatnot &Mann, Feeney, Smith, Witkin i .,,,,',.!iA . .i,,,
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'' ate--:-:,!': ., .''' :''''''.'::''''woe:-."..',k,'alli'9.44 4 trying to build him uo. He's still 50 KS., Girls-1. C h a rl e n e Time: 2:06.3 ,..1.,I":':"' K:Ak:: i:-:::-:-: -. , -:,:),-,..."-z, 0-Nkle.,
,, 4 skinny enough to be blown away Graves (C) 2. Homes (II) 3. '.:-,,,,-,-- ,..,,ili,A::.x.m';:::-- ---:::;''''': .:' -': 'll',-,:'.,';;:::0410,A.M4'..::::: ':
1 by a fair-te-Middling prairie wind.- Spectator (C) 4.. Halvosa (8) ,,, aches Who :,...itorm.voi,,-- ,.. !!:,;!;.!i.::.:: ',!ti:4;- ,,:::,;,:k,,;,,iIom:triow
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., Time: 29.0 U
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so' : .4'S- Before Demeter came up to the 50 F. S., Boys-1. Snodgrass (B) .. ,,,-4,-....:12.:4-0,,.)::.-.-.04 ,.,
':: .i.41.00:::i:0:teier;4' 'A' 4 uf,. .(
4,'-.., Dodgers in I' 1 a t b u s h in 1056 2. Days (B) 3. Boswell (B) 4. '..:..,-,' -.- .,:,';!'..::- ',-.::':;,,::::,,::,-::4:::f:':,..,,::,::::;..,.::. -:,;,r.4,...4.,i.,...
, Ls B 0, illffa ,
'ir 1 after swatting 41 home runs for Scheidegg (C) Time: 27.0 Came To Stay P,:ii,:,... ,,,:,,,,,;-0,-04'''''
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. 1 .. , -5 it Fort Worth of the Texas League, 100 ,Butterfly, Girls-1. Howe
.Itasi., .-- delk 4 i lams It Fresco Thompson, the old.infield- (B) 2. J. Seamon (c) 3. Smelzer NEw yORK (NEA) The ,' ,..,,,,.,.'''10,440,404K.X-ix 4" .,.,,,,"40.-"
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, ,s : ,' 4,,,, .. ,,,,711.. o ) 1' er who runs the farms,. predict- (B) 4. Dunn (B) Time: 1:38.1 first 1959 Spring Sportsletter of l' ,:"1,!:t::.....mi,.,,,-.
,),,k,,,Wiwk.:.:..4...-5., 3 1
. ed that he eventually '..: wonld 100 Butterfly, Boysl. Rudge the Eastern College Athletic Con- t;i:, ....,:,4!) :',,,..;:,,,,.' $;:-
,.'.: . .
--,-t-,--- 0 --- make Snider, the NOnpariel, (B) 2. Dugan (c) 3. Cox (JC) ference briefly called attention to "..:'..,:..,,i',":-.
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. :':.:!...1.:',.':''',:::''' .:7.''';',..:';',::.;::,:.::::::::::)--..:.::: ::?:. '.:,....:1.:.R....::::;:11:. ',
something other than the key mid- 4. Billison (C) 'rime: 1:14.3 the long tenure :of three coaches 4:
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. 0 ;,,,sailxia, MixadLassus-.an. BettY 114 .518---114PctieP and, -die Man in the 0"4fi'I'l .- 200 F. S., Girls-1.. Hickey (C) id the league, , ,,l!
Claus 503 handicap. For the Came- When yeung Demeter, bit a 4.,:::.i,,!.:.,.,0,,,:::.:,,,,,.,:i.m.,,.:.,,,.,!,!.,30,.,:,,,i4.,-,p, ,:.. .. :,.,.,::. ::::. ::::, .,:: ,,,: :.: .:,, :-: ., .!:,..z.m...ft4.::::?,itm.
2. Rogers (B) 3. Gangle (B) 4. other names were nominated ,,i4,,.. ,,...i.,,,,-A4:0:::.:::::::emo.;i:AW:.:k4,04,-40.--.;-- .).,:,;:. :..u.,.:.., ..:., ,.;.!: 1., :.: :i.;.I.a,,,,ox,i,iti...,..,..,
, Teams Wen Lost Winston Salems, Maxwell- Lini
aed the second Sportsletter add- ::i.:::.;:hw,::,, ,,,,,w4.44,isiigiesem.""
Ideal Bread, ;home run 'fbr 'the Broolts210 l Wynne (C) Time: 2:47.7 :::::,...., ..:'..N4,-.;.!.....::,.4.1.:::::;...v:;.....:. -.. ve------ :i4'.)::-,.!,.:..i... ::. :i::: i.: :., :::: ::::, .., ..!:),.:.......:::).......m.4:.40,4:.:(
28 12 denberg was smoking hot; opening fall of sa, Boy campanoPi 200 Ks., Boys4. H. Van LOOn ed four more names, the third ,r""''''''''''''''''' .,,,.....,,..,,,,,,,,.,..,,,,,,,,,w,,,,,,,,,.,.,..7. :,.--!,,:4A,,,,,;,,4,..4,-a -,..;w,..:,,,,,,:,..,4:4;44,,,,,.,,,&, 4.2",),,,,:.,:::::, ,,.
24 16 551 scratch., Jest( Patehiaalgso
, 4. Miller (C) Time: 2:31.4
as nbau (C) Time: 1:25.4 cwt. They start wich Sam Rug- ,!,.ii:;:;:..iiii,!.;giiiii:tai-',;:iiiiiiii;;;:i.i.:,.:::.:,,,li,,, L, Ar,044,...:::.
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(B) 2. Rigby (B) 3.. Rowley (B) eight.
is whintohc-ha; pfirnoemepotmlypitiamgeghedt theimD114,Tosegg ioD,
i Boyd Brothers Insur. 26 14 with a 223 and fin
Bass Shoes 24 14 ed down plenty ,Of pins for a 563 .---. 100 Back, Girls-1. J. Seamon Now nine more are nominated 0 -,,,.
and Ann Hill assisted AS IN THE 'CASE Or antis (C) "-2. Hamed (B) 3. Halvosa (B) for the 25-Plus Club of the cir-
ar 1 o : -SE it,,,,,,?r,,,,,,,,,,,i44,..: :Ni:,,,,:-.,
1 Grecha Music 25 17 handicap,.
;.:' Ebonite Balls 21 13 with .504 handicap. with the Yankees, the rap against, 4. W b' gh tga.,tftWOrr17.ii
' Thiamin Cookies 20 20 Demeter; cright-hand batter. was 1,,A ii....1. -,,... .. a., . ---
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1.,.. v.. 64Ax Iv, emu um Inergin ',' ''.,. ' ',. --. .,,,u wil a. .11vtuon--owarez, n min v I vw .11 ga,- n ,. ,,.-, SO.. 60
DentAn, nudge, Snod. grass, Time! '. .,
of the Ebonite defeat Wes-you ff,4,,,,w0T;ex;;trIzrlrJin'emr:7
guessed it,4 one pin, The Ebonifre f14:049,0,'94'irt;11:e,- ,-'.:WZ:;,:g 2;1" ' t.
NEW YORK (UPI) -Nino Val ValIqllg
Iqllg ValIqllg bounced back, winning by '::'',,,:iip',:' ---' ',',-i:''',"' ': 200 19 S. Relay, nrils--1, cps: des of Cuba and Alonzo Johnson concerning office space available contact Jack Mercer
at 3-6700 or 3-3555. ,
22. The Pascuals were -very,etering ,:: ::;:',".:,..- ,,,,'....1.-:,-,i.,:::: Speefise. Heikev. rolling.. Grptirog. of Rankin, Pa., will meet in the
in the exit chapter svinning by 100. .:,0:',.!:,.: :'''',;'4',:::,,,,,-;', 9 13.01b1p-warnea. Pngers, Smith feature bout of an all heavy
For The ,Ebordtes, :railreader ::'''::W :, .,,..: 0.,...,,,:;- :.,, yii,...... Tima: 2ntft
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BrUCe Morrow had the only .E13o- 1,:,;:,',,,.,i,:: ',::'::i,:1:4V.,,::;,, 200 FS; Relay, Boys -1. C.H.S. Square Garden May 29.
nite 5C,0 ,847 handicap; For., the ,:,':,!,,:''e ::is.;f.':!1:',4q;:,i1
Paseual Conklek Joe "Atlas"Iiib- ,"';,:1 ,:,9:-K.,-,:g.,ii ,
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for second lionors to Mim Smith, .:'44.441::A '!,':t .,,,: .:., 41
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housekeeper, washer and ironer.
Excellent with child', n, very
dependable. Tel. 83-2 P44.
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates end information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Monday thru Pr tday
9:00 a.m. to 12:00
2:00 p.m. to 5:00
Saturday: COO a.m. to 12:00
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Listen To No. 43 Automobile Row ROME (UPI) The Continew CARGO' SERVICE', FROM NEW YORK AND, 'U.S.
, Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to;New
mono 34984 34983 tale news agency reportcd ATLANTIC PORTS AND U.S. PACIFIC, TORTS TO 1
' York, New Orleans, Los Angelesi!San Francisio
The OAS All Tynes of Auto Insurance tsday night that the Soviet
tlr:idonn is reinforcing its army THE' REPUBLIC OF PANAMA AND CANAL' ZONE.
, t" 'll'rk'; '.;1:Vitid'Sitittit ':.; to' ''' ''" ,Y
garrisons in the republic of Ar Ar'
' Ar' "rp menia following "terrorist at-, 'N
rASSENGER SERVICE TO NEW YORK A D WEST ,
, anamertcan tempts" organized by American ... i
. SPECIAL ROtrND TRIP IPASKENCIFit FARES FROM
- exiles. The agency, which ape., : k '' COAST SOUTH AMERICA PORTS.' r i ' -, CRISTOBAL ANBiOR BALBOA: .. ,,
'Record' Show 13140K AGENCIES cializes in news of Communist al- .i.
fairs. said participants in a re- To New Torirand, Ittturn 1.ht4(1v ".a ...... $213.011 0
Mk Street & Juato Aroaemena cent Communist Party confer- To San Francisco andor Beattie taut Return;i,1400.06
' 12:30 p.m. Avenue. Building rind National r
City Bank of Now 'York (branch) ence in Armenia complained of fr
HOG-YCN 1 La Expooleion unrest among the population and
CRISTOBAL2131 2135 PANAMA 3-0784 3-7999 TELEPHONES: , i
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4,, Every Sunday I number":
3-3197 and 3-725 Kremlin decided to bolster its
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FOR RENT:--Modorn 1 bedroom
apartment in El Cangreio De Development
velopment Development All ee il and hot
water installation. Further ',adj.
culars call telephone Panama 3-
4946, after hours, 3-6737.
FOR RENT:Modern and
tractive one-bedroom apartments
in new "HISPERIA" Building,
G-I Street, El Cangreio, with
hot water tions. laundry
conveniences. garage, etc. For in information
formation information call Tel. 3-6634.
FOR RENT:---Furnithed apart.
mud, Army approved, clean,
moder building, ient loca location.
tion. location. Automobile RowNo. 36.
FOR RENT:Large three bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms apartment, ground floor,
two bathrooms, maid's room with
bathroom, garags, patio, unfur unfurnished
nished unfurnished in El Cangreie. Phone of office
fice office hours 2-0321, after office
FOR RENT:Beautifut two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment with lovely bal balcony
cony balcony in Campo Alegre $150.00,
(back of Raymond' Clinic).
Phone 3-5749, 2-1460.
FOR RENT:--Unusually attrac attractive
tive attractive apartment, fully furnished
and equipped, from early June
for 5-6 months. Campo Alegre.
Two bedrooms (one air-conditioned)
each with bathroom.
$175.00. Tel. 3-6941 for fur further
ther further details.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, $65.00. Apply janitor at
TI-132, 4th of July Avenue or
phone Hopkins, Balboa 2966.
FOR RENT: In "Cangrelo"
modern 2 bedroom apartment,
maid's room, garage. Recently
painted. Tel. 3-7596.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, garage. Ecua
dor Avenue No. 30, opposite
FOR RENT:Very cool and
comfortably furnished 2 bedroom
apartment, Campo Alegre, near
Hotel Hilton. Hot water, inde-
pendent maid's room, garage.
FOR RENT:--Apartmont at Et
Cangreio, 3 bedrooms, 2 bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, maid's room, wash tubs,
garage, hot woe., $15000. 01.
Oa Building. Lamb lo A. Morales
Avenue. Enquire apartntent 2.
, FOR RENT: Beautifouly ,Fur4
- mishod 3 hareem apartment
Madurito Sanding, Cangrelo.
May 15th to Soptembor 15th.
TA 3-1892 8:00 a.m. to 7:00
Room for. rent from $12.00 to
S18.00. Apartment $25.00. 4th
Street Rio Abele. Telephone 4-
1 Boots Cr Motors
FOR SALE: Landing barge
LCM6 with 2 gray marine diesel
motors 225 HP hull and motors
in perfect condition. Apply
Blok Agencios. Telephone Pan Panana
ana Panana 3-3397 or 3-7259 or Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3719.
FOR SALE:Runabout, fiber fiberglassed,
glassed, fiberglassed, 12 ft., trailer, 15 h.p.
Erinrude, compleis 1450, 1951
Chrysler sedan, radio, good con condition
dition condition $400.00. Call Clayton
2281 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE:Brand new J. C.
Higgins heavy duty boat trailer.
Independent torsion, bar wheel
suspension handles boat up to 17
feet Regulst $379.95. Sale
price $248.00 SEARS ROE-,
BUCK, S.A. Transisthmian High Highway.
way. Highway. ILessons 1
Learn to drive in a dual control controlled
led controlled car. Tel. 3-0338, Panama.
' ,. a ,11.1 ,I Ell ore a i
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUB AGENTS OR 0 OFTICES ATli-112-91l1 WHIM 'PANAMA LIBRERIA PRECIADO-1 Street No. II AGINCIAB
INTERNAL. DE EUBLICACIONESNo. I Lottery Plass ASA ZALDOCentral Ave...46 LOURDES PRARMACY-182 La Carrasquilla FARMACIA LOM LOMB
B LOMB ARDOM. 26 "B" Street MORRISON-4th et July A & J St. LEWIS SERVICE,-Ave. Tivoli No. 4 FARMACIA ESTADOLUNID08-149 Crates, Ave.
FARMACIA LUX-164 Central Avis mousgioul extRANGEL Fee. 40 la Own Ave. Ne. 41 FOTO DOMY-.Justo Aroometra Ave. ond IS St. FAR.
MACIA VAN DER 11S-50 Street No. U FARMACIA ELBATURROFarque Lefevre 2 Street FARMACIA "SAS".-Via Forms lik NOVEDOLDES ATMS-.
Beside Bella Vista Theatre and Brawl' al Minintax&uper ;dirket es Via Email vCOLON OFEICEr Ittit and Autader Guerrero No. ,422I TM. 4.32..
Advertise in this section Ads only cost $0.85 per col. Inch
FOR INFORMATION CALL 2-0740
Finance Your New Or
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
on new cars
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
Mil Street & halt Aroaemena
Avenue. Building flea National
City Sank of Now 'York (branch)
announce' it" new telephone
3-3197 ond 3-725t
FOR SAM-40rd Fabians V-11
1955 sedan OD transmition,
tinted glass, undercoated, new
tires. one owner. 'treasonable
for cash. 530-11, Curundu, SI&
FOR SALE:-1957 station wagon.
Fordomatic, 6 cylinder, 6 pas passenger,
senger, passenger, radio $1800.00. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 2-3271.
FOR SALE: $1300.00 1955
11-8 Ford Station Wagon, 9 gam
In top condition. Can see at
8020-C Margarita or tall 3-
FOR SALL-1952 4 door Nash
sedan, motor in excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. Tel. 2-4467 or 5512-D,
FOR SALE:-1957 Hillman 4-
door, 14,000 miles, one owner,
$1000. Call 82-5135.
FOR SALE:-1957 4 door hard hardtop.
top. hardtop. 6 cyl. Chevrolet, power powerglide,
glide, powerglide, radio, 504 Ancon, 2-1373.
FOR SALE :-1958 Chevrolet,
5,000 miles, 2 door, excellent
condition, duty paid. Call 3-
FOR SALE:--Green M.G. conver convertible
tible convertible '57, like new. wsw tires,
wire wheels, 13,500 miles. $1,-
700.00. Duty paid. Tel. 3-3385
from 5 to 7. See it at Urraca
. building, 46th. Street and Fede Federico
rico Federico Boyd Ave.
FOR SALE:--1955 Chevrolet 4
door sedan, 6 cylinder, Deluxe
radio, standard transmission, seat
covers, new tires, excellent con condition
dition condition $110000 cash. Tel. 2-
FOR SALE:--1959 Silver blue
Chevrolet Impala, sport coueo,
V-8, power steering brakes, De Deluxe
luxe Deluxe radio, heater, white side
walls, undercoated 12000 miles,
excellent condition, must sell,
new $3,415.00 mv price. $2,-
550.00. Call 08-460 Ft. Gulick:
FOR SALE!Available Monday.
1956 Fordomatic Country Sedan.
Financed for Zone residents.
6300 down payment. Balboa 2-
FOR SALE:--.1955 Chevrolet
Bel-Air, COW(' 6, two tone, tires
bat. practically new. transitor,
radio. extra speaker, very clean,
meile; good, can fi Qtrs.
89 Curundu Hts. Tel, 834139.
FOR SALE:---195T 4-,
door. one minter.' 2400. miles.
Excellent tonditiOir $975. 124'
FOR SAL11:.1957 Ford wagon,
6 cyl., standard; 16,000 milieu.
quick sale, leaving for states.
perfect condition, 'Balboa 1253.
FOR SALE:---1957 Chevrolet
Bel Air, 4 door. sedan, R & H 6
cylinders, standard tranamission,
S1500. Rodman 3252, Sgt., Bea Beason.
son. Beason. FOR SALE:-1958 Chevrolet Del
Rey 4 door sedan. Excellent con condition.
dition. condition. MOO. Call Gamboa 165
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. Ca.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
POSTMEN THREATEN STRIKE
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaya
fUPI)--Postmen ot Selangor state
threatened to day to go on
strike unless authorities forced
dog owners to place their mail
boxes outside their gates. A
spokesman complained that eight
of the mail carriers had been bit bitten
ten bitten recently by dogs.
WIFE MIFFED AT NUDGES
LONDON (UPI) Mrs. Sonia
James, 25, told Judges Joseph
, Newson she didn't complain wrien
Iher husband started photograph photographing
ing photographing nude models in her dining
room. What miffed her, thouth,
said Mrs. James, was the time
another woman posed in her fa favorite
vorite favorite hat-and nothing else.
For similar Usk' low NSLI
rates charged by the govtrws
meet during W. W. IV, e
Phone anytime panama
STRENGTHEN ARMY UNITS'
ROME (UPI) The Continew
tele news agency reported
Wedntsday night that the Soviet
Union is reinforcing its army
garrisons in the republic of Ar Armenia
menia Armenia following "terrorist at attempts"
tempts" attempts" organized by 'American
exiles. The agency,' which spe specializes
cializes specializes in news of Communist af affairs,
fairs, affairs, said participants in a re.
cent Communist Party confer conference
ence conference in Armenia complained of
unrest among the population and
attacks on party efficials. The,
Kremlin decided to bolster its
units to put down the resistance,
the agency claimed.
-:-Clisified Ads. ',t,
FOR. SALE -machine
shop: large lathe with accessories.
Drill press-circle saw, band-saw,
lot of all types of tools both ma machines
chines machines wood working, gas welding
equipment tanks. To be sold only
as a unit. Call 2-3147.
FOR SALE:--Two coranlic bak baking
ing baking ovens with table. Standard
size pin ball machine. 712-D El
Prado. Tel. Balboa 1294.
FOR SALE:Floor sak nianufac.
tured by Herring-Hall-Marvin
Safe Co. One (1) size, 16 inches
deep, 16 inches wide., 22 inches
high. Price 3100.00. Ono (1)
size 24 inches deep, 30 inches
wide, 42 inches high. Price
S185.00. excellent condition.
Contact Mr. Manning, Sears Roe..
buck, S.A. on the Transisthmian
Highway. Phone 2-0931.
FOR SALE:'57 Buick Special,
like new, all extras, can be fi financed.
nanced. financed. 36' sport fisherman, re rebuilt
built rebuilt 145 Chris Craft motor, less
than 200 hrs. hydraulic controls.
Ship to shore, auto pilot, &Mr
freeze. Call Balboa 2967.
FOR SALE:G.E. wringer wash washer,
er, washer, Venetian blinds for Duplex
porch. Call Balboa 2956.
FOR SALE:--Pacemaker 4x5
Speed Graphic with accessories.
One 240mm Tele Atton lens on
Graphic lonsboard. Call Albrook
86-7298 evenings, 86-5126
Will INVEST Hea;,y Duty
Electric Commercial Range 1.
Value $1,000.00 in Restaurant.
WILL INVEST:Heayy duty
Metal rolling Machine. Value
Value $2,000.00. In Metal
Working Shop. May be seen it
INTRA. Call 3-6121.
WILL INVEST:Stainless Steel
Tanks, valued at $1,000.00. In
Chemical, Pharmaceutical or Ford
Processing Company. Call 3-
FOR SALE:--Airplano HP-126
Cessna 140, 2 place, 85 HP, Co Colon
lon Colon airport, Ph. Cristobal 3-1942
or Gamboa 6-222.
FOR SALE:Store twilit Sta.
dims,. Enquire at "El Economi
co", Q street Ple. 11. Phone 20
'PANAMTA CjiNAL comporr
OFFERS VARIOUV,ITIMS-IOR SALE
Sealed bids, for-opening in pub.
tic, will be received until 10:30
A.M., May 15, 1959, in the
office of Superintendent, Store Storehouse
house Storehouse Branch, for lee cans:
cable; cocks; valves; eovernor
parts; whistles; wire; and Parts
for: asphalt finisher: brakes;
compressors; floodlights: Woe.
tots; road maintainers motors
flingett refrigerators: trailers;
wrenches; adding machines; cal calculators;
culators; calculators; ditte 'duplicators; Airco
roeulators; typewriters and mi mimeograph
meograph mimeograph duplicators. Invitation
No. S-57-431 may be obtained
from office of Superintendent,
Storehouse Branch, telephone
LAMA'S BROTHER-- Thub Thubten
ten Thubten J. Norbu, above is the el elest
est elest brother of the halal Lama
of Tibet. He is assisting an ap appeal
peal appeal by the National Council of
Churches in New York for re relief
lief relief itinds for .18,000 Tibetan
refugees who have ed to India. 1
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. ATLANTIC P9RTS AND U.S. PACIFIC,PORTS TO
THE' REPUBLIC OF PANAMA AND CANAV.ZONE.
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FOR SAM-L-Orie bedroom set,
II pc. S175.00; Double bed with
Rubber Foam mattress, $85.00;
ono dining room set, WM.
Call Tel. 1-7910.
FOR SALE:Automatic Mavtas
washer, like new. Best offer. Call
FOR SALE:-.--60 cycle Kelyinator
refrigerator freezer combination,
two door and shelf area. 60 cu.
ft, freezer, capaciti, 44 pounds.
Excellent conditions. 8125.00.
FOB SALE:Leaving the 'coun 'country,
try, 'country, complete houseful, threp
room, bar, ititchen,, Frigidaire,
freezer, best Fisher Ifi-Fk set,
Sterling silverware, three Nears
Mercury Turnpike Crusio4 Nrol,
Buick, all perfect -condition 'and
bargain prices. Tel. 3-3489 44th
Street No. 37 Apt. E.
FOR SALE:--Two dining room
tables, wrought iron legs, MOO.
Buf f et steel $,1500. Both
$27.00. Girl's 27 Western fly flyer"
er" flyer" bike $15.00 Balboa 2409.
FOR SALE:---9 cu. ft. Westing Westinghouse
house Westinghouse refrigerator, all porcelain,
excellent condition. 81dg. 420,
Diablo Ro., phone 2-3180.
FOR SALE:Bandix automatie
washer $6000, call Navy 3536.
FOR SALE: B d, mattress,
$25.00. Radio-record player.
$45.00. Toaster, upholstered
chair, states made, $50.00. Marble-topped
table and chairs,
545.00. Ceramics, benches, kit kitchen
chen kitchen utensils, miscellaneous.
Phone Balboa 1309. House
FOR SALE: Westinghouse re refrigerator.
frigerator. refrigerator. freezer top. Phone
LOST: Lady's Mid watch.
FOR SALE: Full automatic White gold. Fort Clayton park parkWashing
Washing parkWashing machine, Frigidaire all ing lot, near Main Gate or on
Porcelain, first 125. takes it, way to Exchange. Mrs. V. R. Carr
bargain. Ave. Peru 35-25 Alex- Curundu Heights. 113-6249,.
; BY TOM
Things tinted to normal this
week in tho -country as the last of
the invaders; except one was in
custody. Nombre de Dios, has our
ged to thg, limelight and is becom becoming
ing becoming increasingly interesting. It
won't be a bad idea if it be con considered
sidered considered as a tourist site or pre preserved
served preserved in the manner in which
the ruins of old Panama are,.
Friends Red and Eu lie Mark Markham
ham Markham -report them as arriving in
Cleveland, Ohio, in one plece and
have sent back best regards for
friends here. The popular couple
had a round of send-off parties
last Nveek end prim' to their de departure
parture departure from Tocumen airport on
Talking about the U.S., Mrs. To Tonle
nle Tonle Thorpe, well-known socialite
and fraternal figure in the com community,
munity, community, took leave of friends here
to take up permanent residence.
The Pacific Commissary grouls
Is going all out for the ninth an anniversary
niversary anniversary celebration and the
second coronation of tho club,
slated for tilt Casino Villa del
Mar, in San Francisco on Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, May 16.
Hazel Brooms was declared
winner- to rule over the activity
in a heated contest which Med
la st week.
The Girls Friendly Society of
the St. Paul's Episcopal Church,
are presently planning for a pro program
gram program and cake sale to be held at
the Jamaica Society hall, on May
22 from 8 p.m.
Ambassador George Wester Westerman,
man, Westerman, was to leave this morning
for the U.S. as guest of the Mayor
of Chicagp, in connection with
the first annual exposition of Ne Negro
gro Negro Business and Culture. to open
with display of products by some
300 American firms on May 14.
Deleinia Alleyne came in for
birthday greetings from relatives
and friends this week on the occa
, Classified tate closes 11:32
Sat, 2 pini. Sit; Sant
Offieg oPen II:2 weekdayt.
FOR SALLLots ROO end 1.000
wietent. hi the Kew thandreete
littaieatiow across the Ranson
Racetrack. All lots with street
fronts. towage.' water main and
electricity. CaN W. Mclanwtt.
- FOR SALEs---Lot 1.061 'some
motors in Om best location of
La Crofts, situated betwoon "V"
' Street Ind pew street. For lam.
mation piano call Tel. 2-2170
from 1 a.m. to 12 noon and from
2 p.m. to 5 osm,
FOR SALINLMouse in Pueblo'
Nuevo, coot;near bus. Only $900
down, $30-' monthly. FATTER.-
FOR SALE:--Nico Wel lot.
10th St. Rio Ahab) tor only
$936. PATTERSON, .3-1114.
FOR SALLCHILIBILE. Spacious
contemporary ranch house, suit suitable
able suitable for Cantina-Restaurant busi business,
ness, business, fronting Canal Zone Mad Madden
den Madden Dam highway, Milepost 7,
34 'hectare land partially land landscaped,
scaped, landscaped, terraced. Superb living
room or dining area. House of
solid shaped ledge rock. construc construction,
tion, construction, with front and two sides of
- of extensivi: front vomit& also
of rock construction. Sheetmetat
roof. Restful view with brilliant
bushiness potential. Electricityi
surfacs water, septic tank with, :
well-constructed drainage. Offers
utmost opportunity to energetic
caterer or retailer. C. S. Be II,
Gamboa. Telephone 748 or 758.
sion of her birthday, anniversary!.
The event we understand was spent
Mrs. Gertrude Wright will be
observing her natal anniversary
on Tuesday, on the occasion of
which she will be receiving the
congratulations and best wishes
of her numerous friends and mem
bers of her' congregation, for
many more years of service to
Condolence is extended to the
relative of the late Benjamin Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, who was fatally injured .in
a traffic mishap last Sunday even
This marks the second such case
within the last two weeks.
What's really wrong with this
Plans ware roally going full
blast this weak for a big pm pmsaltation
saltation pmsaltation at tho Control Thaatar
which will featura a duo-Piano
recital under this auspices of
Demands for 'tickets ,on both
-sides of the isthmus is indicative
of the deo!) intorost if tt, mu music
sic music toeing community.
Vhe Boite Kent is now operat operating
ing operating under a new management, it
was said last week, the new man
at, the helm is Francisco Rivas,
while George English takes a back
Returning to their hotnex in the
U.S. after being summoned to the
Isthmus, was Mrs. Ivy Quintyne
and Miss Sadie Hogan. They spent
approximately two weeks here as
a result of the demise of their
On the other hand Max Inn was
this week coming out of its shell
with some real entertainment for
funsters,' as music nd special
prices was expected to prevail.
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- Investor's Guide-,.,. -, -,---.---
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Q. We recently Inherited $5,0190.
Should we apply this against our
$9,000 mortage or put it into se securities?
curities? securities? I feel there is not
enough capital to be worth mud'
invested while I like the secure
feeling of a paid up mortage. We
tave about $1,000' savings-and two
, A. A $5,000 investment is not an
jnconsequential one, but just the
same you should follow the 'lie 'lietates
tates 'lietates of your. own heart. I,, 4too,
would vote for cutting' the saort saortage
age saortage by about $4,009, adding $1,000
to your savings account; Rea ns:
- 1. The fact you have two mall
children means you will wa t to
keep the house for 1 long me.
1 2. You can't make a safer in investment
vestment investment than in your own mort mort1
1 mort1 age.
3. You can't get a larger current
return than the approximately
seven per cent you are now pay paying
ing paying for mortage interest aifcl am amortiation.
ortiation. amortiation. 4. You will have the comfort of
a small mortage.
5. You can use the money you
save on your mortgage payments
to make periodic purchases of
stockwhich is just about the
.best way to build up a solid in investment
vestment investment portfolio.
v Q. bave $18,200 in stocks In Including
cluding Including two mutual funds and
$15,000 in savings and E bonds.,
I was advised to sell out the
funds and add to reserves.
A. It would seem to me that
875,000 in cash as against 818,-
200 'in securities is reserve
Q. have 100 shares Scurry
Rainbow Which I purchased at 1
7-8, as a speculatiod. Now I see
this Stock has gone up 'to 12 and
Why-- not drop in and enjoy your yourself.
self. yourself. It will be recalled that for se several
veral several weeks we bave being giving
off And on a form of "Know more
.abnut Ihe benefiti of life insur insurance.
ance. insurance. through this column. It is
unquestionable, that life insurance
:p4ya-Aut portant part in .the
,socio4conomic welfare of the fa faindividnal
individnal faindividnal and the eom eom'Munity
'Munity eom'Munity on a whole,
its help in assisting to educate.
a family, preparing fer when
one's earning power k reduced
because of age or ether circum circumstances,
stances, circumstances, cannot be ever empha emphasized'accordingly,
sized'accordingly, emphasized'accordingly, a very serious
view should 4se taken about in.
aura rice. ;
But in order to better realize
just what insurance can do for a
people, It is' necessary. to under understand
stand understand the ba,sis form of operation
of such a company.
One of the main set backs it
would in mere persons not owning
insurance is their fear-of unscru unscrupulous
pulous unscrupulous companies spring up over
night and, ;presenting some seem seemingly
ingly seemingly plauSible plan, only ,to end
up left holding the bag.
Therefore one of the prima fac factors
tors factors in Oetermining just ,which
companyi toe should have insur insurance
ance insurance with, is the company's years
of being established and it sol solvency.
vency. solvency. .7hese we can say are
prerequisites in such a case.
Then of course follows the ex extent
tent extent of the sacrifiee one is willing
or able to make to acquire i cer certain
tain certain amount of insurance, and
one's fuutre needs.
Thought for today: From list listeling
eling listeling comes wisdom, and .from
seeking repentance. Malian Pro.
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
GREAT WHITE FLEET
New Or leani Service,
MORAZAN May 18 May 23
TAXA 43(110, 23' MaY,4. 22
AQUE May ',,, 36 'Juno 6
MORAZAN 6 Juno' 13
ULM 000000 oo -June 13 June to
Also Handling Retrigeiated and Chilled Cargo
New York, Service s
IIEREDIA May 12. May 17
JUNIOR May 19 ; May 24
) COMATAGUA May 1.26 ,, May 31
FRA BERLANGS ., June Juno 7
: ,ESPARTA ....,o JunO '9 4 Juni 14
Also Handling RetrigarateCand Chilled Cargo
TEXITA 11 a 99091;
, Weekly sailings of twelve
York, New Orleans, Los
SPECIAL ROtrND TRIP FASKENGFA FARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANIVOR BALBOA:
To New Torirant Return 1,.L.(A... ...... $218.08
To San Francisco andiot Seattle attut Reliurn;,$00.041
CRiSTOBAL 2i21 PNAMA,2-2904
'''':ilittrNDAY, MALT 111,11511,
-By SAM SHULSI(Y
, I -ft,'
T the Toronto OI 0 I
fe missed out en,
lace, your 100
try That means
and a fraction
es selling at II
stock is listed
i hi Toronto.
rket two yeara
it 10 to Z5 share
I.! get enough
la Gas, Publis
Eing income and
the proper me
ing too much in
me a very sen-
y, in 2300 to.4400
,,, effect whatever
ication 'ef the S Sin
in Sin the Mission.
ffie Panama Can.,
,Irtit of the Lord
lave known cap.
of freedom', of A,
is as precious as
of soul, for lk)
ty, all the others
d slavery. With.
he soul, freedom
ninor thing, ire.
Lis Is a mockery,
no freedom from
m is not freedom
but freedom to
sided us io be.
bY the limits of
is is to be itt
eedoms ein be
d insttred by goy.
God, in his
us from the cap cap'
' cap' If the Son shall
ye shall be free
ng of glory, who
only Son Jesus
triumph unto thY
en; We beseech
ne Holy Ghost to
malt us unto the
her our Saviour
!fore, who liveth
t three and the
, one God. world
, launched a
,csterday. It win
May tk. Se
IS 10;142W 1
has been-taken off the Toronto ex exchange.
change. exchange. Why?
A. I think you've missed out me
a couple things.
In the first place, your 100
shares were split one-for-seven
back last February. That means
you now have 14, and fraction
of the new 'hares selling at 12.
So, alh an investment you're
Secondly, the stock le listed
on the Americaft,Exchange here
but is still traded bi Toronto.
Q. I cm -49; became Interested
in the 'istock market two years
ago. I have bought 10 to 25 share
blocks 'whenever L-!et enough
money. Columbia Um, Pubito
Service,, tons. Gati,Utilities,
dison Fund. Seeking income and
stability. Is this the proper me
thod? Am I paying too much In
A. It seems to me a very sen senBible
Bible senBible method of.e, investing. And
your choices arknound enough,
I wouldn't fret ;-about commis.
Blom Try to bu in $300 to,4400
lots and your rommissions
have little or no-effect whatever
on your final, outiome.
(Presented by the Department
of Christian Education 'of the E Episcopal
piscopal Episcopal Church in the Mission Missionary
ary Missionary Diocese of the Panama Can.
, f Corinthians SOY
FREEDOM FOR CAPTIVITY
"Whom the spirtit of the Lord
is, there Is liberty.,"
On Ir those whollave knowntealN
tivity know how precious freedom
is. But no kind of freedom', of
speech or aetion, Is as precious as
the basic freedom of soul, for
without, that liberty, all the others
aro,,but increased slavery. With Without
out Without freedom of the soul, freedom
from imnt is a minor thing, iree ireedom
dom ireedom oraction becomes lieenm,
freedom of, worship Is a mocker'',
and there tan be no freedom from
fear. Truo freedom Is not freedom
to do as we hke, but freedom to
be whst God Intended ut io be.
To be eonfined bY the limits of
our own sinfulness Is to be in
chains. Other freedoms ein be
won by heroes and insttred by gov governments,
ernments, governments, but only God, in his
Son, can release us from the cap captivity
tivity captivity of our sins.' If the Son shall
make you free, ye shall be free
"0 Codo tht ling of glory, who
bast exalted thine only Son Jesus
Christ withgreat triumph unto thY
kingdom''In- heaven; We beseech
three, leave -'us not comfortless;
but lend o us, thine Holy Ghost to
Comfort s, and exalt us unto the
same ace whither our Saviour
Christ s gone before, who liveth
and reigneth with three and the
same Holy Ghost, one God. world
without end." Amen.
IN ORBIT A YEAR
MOSCOW (UPI), Sputnik M,
Russia's heaviest, launched
year ago Jesterday, completed
more than 5,000 revolutiont a around
round around the earth yesterdaY It will
continue to orbit untill sometimn
in the fall, the newspaper Soviet,
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This Is Hawaii 9:00
Chapel of The Air 9 :30
Town Hall Party 10:00
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CFN NEWS 11:00
'Treasure II :05
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allfrOWAS PANAMA AIRWAYS
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PHONES: PANAMA: 3-1067-8-1690-3-1699
OFFICE HOURS: from 8 km. to 6 p.m.
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By Robert Martin
Copyright 1957 by Kobe Mort'w
fluted b, NEA Ser,ice. Inc. Ftt liVsJ 1 lAi
THE STORY: Private investigator Jim Bennett explores the wooded area where
he and Hugo Howell, the man who hired him, were shot at the day before while
ther fished. A bullet narrowly misses Ji m's head and he hides in the bush. When
he emerges with .38 in hand many agoni zing minutes later,, a familiar vcfce
orders, Drop that, gun, Bennett.
HOGO HOWELL was 10 feet
awav staring down at me. He
held a revolver pointed at my
chest. His little red-rimmed eyes
Bever left my face, and 'the gun
didn't waver. His beefy body
swayed a little, but he held the
gun -steady, as if his arm and the
Sand which held it were con connected
nected connected to his body on a swivel
I dropped my gun.
' "Fooled you," Howell said.
"Sneaked around I know a
path. Used to come here a lot. I
could have shot you just uow,
killed you dead, but" He waved
the bottle "I dunno. Shooting
you in the back like thet it
didn't seem right. If I'd got vou
with the first shot, when you was
Standing by the tree, it wouldn't
have been so bad. You was just
Standing there, expecting noth nothing,
ing, nothing, and if you hadn't moved
when you did it would have been
-blooie. Quick and easy like
Ambrose and that woman."
,. I said. "Killing me won't do
you any good."
"You was on to me. I figured
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you was, and that's why I fol followed
lowed followed you out here. Ain't that
I nodded and stood slowly
prpct. beine careful not to make
any sudden moves or to get closer
to him. "I saw where you rigged
the gun on the tree," I said. "You
fooled me, all right. I was sure
somebody had taken a shot at
you maybe the killer of Am Ambrose
brose Ambrose 'Lott. But you staged it,
didn't you, to throw me off the
He nodded gloomily. Then he
fished in a pocket of his troupers
and extended his hand so mat I
could see what he held. "Thre
she is," he said, "the assembly. I
took it out of the tree last night."
I could see two curved metal
brackets, four small screws, tour
screw-tipped metal ring s me
kind commonly used to anchor a
screen door hook and a balled
length of fine green fish line.
Howell tossed the items over his
shoulder and said seriously, "The
hardest part was setting the gun
at the right angle. Had to fire a
few practice shots yesterday
morning when I was rigging it
when you thought I was in my
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room." He gave me his sly grin.
"Pretty cute, wasn't I? I sneaked
out of the hotel, got the stuff
from a hardware store a
broket for the barrel, one across
the butt, two screws for each
bracket to clamp the gun to the
tree, an eye screwed into the tree
back of the butt that's where
got the leaverage to pull the trig triggerand
gerand triggerand three eyes to thread ihe
line down the trunk to the
ground. Then I ran the line
through to weeds to the rock I
was going to sit on and I was
careful where I sat, I tell you
and put the end of the line in a
cracK Deside tne rock, wnen you
wasn't looking, all I had to do
was jerk the line and wham!
you thought somebody was tak
mg a shot at me." He laughed
"VERY clever," I said. "I sup-"
pose that little pine tree was in
the way and you pulled it over?"
."That's right. I figured it all
out. Made a clear track, sighted
the gun just right. I'm a machin
"Why didn't you just shoot me
yesterday and get it over with?"
"I thought of that," he said
seriously, "but you wasn't wise
yet, and if I'd wanted to set rid
ef you then I could have done it
another way, easy."
"With an ke pick?"
"Maybe," he said absently, as
if he were only half listening. "I
think I'll dig a hole back in the
woods a ways, back from the
road. Then I'M take Wayne bactf
to Detroit with me."
"Wayne may be charged with
He moved his head slowly
from side to side. "Oh, no, he
won't not with you out of the
picture. They can't prove any anything
thing anything now."
I was still alive, so I kept talk
ing Have you forgetten about
Chief of Police CamDhcll? W
Knows mat you were not in jail
an mgiu, ana ne mignt begin
adding two and two."
He might," Howell admitted
but he won't do anything about
it. He's in as deep as I am. I
paid him to let me out of jail that
first night, a hundred bucks.
uampDeii won t dare talk.'
IOU Wouldn't havo ho1
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mil ner, i said. "Her mamum.
to Wayne wasn't legal."
HE looked at me reproachfully.
I know it now. You should have
una me yesterday."
i wanted to talk to her first.
ailU you Wpra in foil !.. :. i
signed nesviiv Wot.
vvci me aam now. When I heard
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sue una vvavnn was aon
uiy, i aao to work fast T Ur.m
she was alone at Mia nfto.. I--
nii?httha hit j. luVr?" Yl
us, remember?" He paused and
shivered slightly. "I never
thought I could Hn 9 thine !!!,
that. But it's funnv aftpr Am.
urose, 11 wasn't an haH Ami
"JU I1UUUI1K lO IOSP ttlOV r-n
only burn you once." H. fpn,nn
and his eyes grew uelv "Hnt
vimurose asked for it. I tried to
do the right thing" by him, paid
J1! Ee8ular every month since I
sum me snop, out he kept want
ing more and more. All I had left
was wayne s trust money, and
una woman was after that. They
was all after me, like a pack of
I took a slow step toward him
uawncu up quicKiy. Tn gun
steadied and he muttered, "You
want it now?
i tried to grin at him. You're
upsei. iviayDe we can make
deal." But even as I spoke
knew that my words were like
baby's wail1 in the wilderness.
"NO deals. Bennett. Nn sir
made a deal with Ambrose, and
11 uiuni worK, saw Howell.
"Blackmailf I asked.
Ambrose knew I'd cut some
corners on a government Job and
faked inspection reports. And he
Anew aiwui some otner stuff in
come tax returns. I tried to be
reasonable with Ambrose, paid
him plenty to keep quiet, but, oh
no, he had to keep hounding, me,
and harping about going to the
h.u.l to I got htm drunk, pre
tended to be drunk myself, and
steered 1 him into my room and
my bed. The ice pick went, in
real easy. I always carry one in
my bag, along with a bottle o o-pener,
pener, o-pener, whisky and stuff."
"Do you carry two ke Tkks?"
"Naw. just one," he said im im-patiently.
patiently. im-patiently. "I got the one I used
on the woman from the kitchen
at the cottage. I had this gun gun-but
but gun-but when I sneaked in the back'
door I saw the ice pick on top of
the Ice box. So I used it." He
peered at me curiously squinting
his little eyes. "How'd you know
I wasn't in jail last night.'
I nodded at his shirt. "When
they Rocked you up last night you
were wearing a blue shirt. This
morning you're wearing a green
one. I began to wonder If you
were in lail all night, after all."
"Well, well." he sneered.
"Pretty smart, huh?"
1 shook my head. "No. I al almost
most almost missed it. This norning, I
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began to wonaer about the bullet
hutting the rock beside you yes
terday afternoon. If somebody
had been shooting to kill he had
all the time in the world to make
a good job of it. But there was
just that one shot. . ."
As I. talked I watched Him,
wondering how much chance 'd
have it I, made a dive for hinu
"You ain't a bad guy, Bennett,"'
He said. "You're just in the
wrong business. You're hrjght
about the shirt. I got some of the
woman's blood on the blue one,
so I sneakei up to my room at
the hotel and changed before I
went back to the jail and let let-Campbell
Campbell let-Campbell lock me up again. I
wish I had a drink."
"Need courage p"
"Naw it don't take courage to
kill somebody." He eyed me a
moment, swaying gently, and
then said, "I been leery of you
ever since you came in my room
and searched me the night I kill killed
ed killed Ambrose. You thought I was
dead drunk, passed out, didn't
you? Well, 1 wasn't, not as
drunk as I acted. I wanted to be
locked up, see? The first night
and last night."
"So that's why you picked on
answer. I wondered
how long it
got tired rif
would be before he
hundred bucks was
price." he sneered.
"It looked like, a grand to him, I
guess. So, I set it up that first
night. After he let ma out all I
did was go to a motel outside of
town, slept a couple of, hours and
then went I back to the jail like
I'd promised. I knew I d have to
kill that Woman sooner or later.
but I wasn't quite, ready yet I
was lust sdttine ud mv alibi, like
I said., Well, Campbell wanted to
e,lve meiback the money. f said
he'd been wrong to take It and
let me' oiit, that he must have
been crazy I took the money.
"Well, last night after. .! got
locked up like I wanted. I gave
Campbell the same story. The
husiness deal was still hanging
fire in Sandusky and I offreed
hint the hunflred again. But he'd
really got religion and said nix,
ne more of fliat. Then I put the
Iqueal about bin letting m out I
TV VtT aril HUH. LIS 111 HUH A U 1
Gen. Milton L. Ogden, left, U.S.
the happy winners of the USARCARIB Entertainment Contest, wb.6 will represent the command at the All-Army finals at' Fort Belvoir,
instrument roup, the five-man "Bejf niks," all members of the 79thArmy Band,, and comedian Sp.S Joel Daly of -CFN were selected in
COOL BETTN1K TEQUILA' GOES TO ARMY FINALS
AT FORTBELVOIR WITH DALY'S 'AGOF NOISE'
"The Beatniks" from Fort Clayton and Sp.-B Joel Daly of CFN tied for first-place honors In the.
U.S. Army Caribbean Entertainment Contest held Wednesday night at Jardin Hall, Fort Clayton.
This win enables them to compete in the All-Army finals at Fort Belvoir, Va., next month. X
Entenns'the competition as
and Clement V. Corbo Jr., and Pfcs.JWartm F. Rir dy, Frederick S,
the crowd with a lively rendition of "Tequila" and a second bop
dience with his comic dissertation on "The Age of Noise."
Winner of the commanders
trophy was Fort Clayton with 310
points. The trophy was presented
to Col. John D. Coney, post com commander,
mander, commander, by Brigadier General
Milton L. Ogden, deputy com commander
mander commander general, USARCARIB.
Special Services, U.S. Army
Caribbean, announced that "Jim "Jimmy
my "Jimmy Heywood and the Two Cut Cut-Ups",
Ups", Cut-Ups", jfihialists in the command
country and western group "re "re-cordoa"
cordoa" "re-cordoa" class, placed third in the
All-Army balloting in Washington
D.C This release came as a
climax to the selection of winners
in the "live" competition finals.
"For his vocal interpretation of
"Old Man River", Pvt. Fred
Thompson of Fort Amador took
first place in tht vocal soloist
class at Wednesday's judging.
first night and prove it by
the guy at the motel where I
stayed, the guy that ran it. I told
him I'd tell the town council and
he'd be out of a job. He told me
to shut up and left me in the
He paused and laughed softly.
remembering. "But I wasn't
licked yet, no sir. ,1 flopped on
the bunk and after a while I be
gan to groan and carry on, like
was sick. Campbell came back
looked at me, asked what
the matter. I kept groaning
moaning. He unlocked the
cell door, and that was what I
was waiting for. i jumped up
and slugged him on the jaw,
KnocKeo mm out cold. Then
locked him in the cell with his
key, got my car from behind the
hotel and scooted out here. I took
down my gun rig from the tree
and then went to Mariana Beach,
found the woman alone and did
what I had to do. Inside of two
hours I was back at the jail.
let Campbell out of the cell, told
mm i was sorry, out that I Just
nad to see that man in Sandus-
slug me. down on the Dier. the
ky, and I offered him the hun
dred again. He wouldn't take it.
ano ne aion t say a word."
i said suddenly, "Did you
slug me, down on the pier, the
first night I was In town? You
coum nave, because you were
probably out of jail by then."
He looked ruizted. "Slua vouP
I didn't even know who you was
until tne next day."
i Deiievea mm. mere was no
reason for him to lie about it
"Well. Bennett,H he said hea heavily,
vily, heavily, "I want to get to that meet meeting
ing meeting at the sheriff's office and see
what I can do for Wayne." You
just won't show up, and nobody
will ever see you again. Ill tell
'em you took me back to the ho-
tel and drove way. YouSdidn't say
where you was going, which As
the truth.' He laughed, a. little
wildly,' and held the gun at
arm's length. 'I hate this, but
can't help It. How do you want
i snoum ao np Like you are
now, or do you wanna turn a
I heard my voices ay. Tm
coming for you. Be sure and
. (To B ConAiwocl
Army Caribbean- deputy commanding gene ral, left, and Lt. Col. Blaine W, Butters soecial services)
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a novelty five, "The Beatniks,"
Sp4 Richard Lamoreau of An An-titles
titles An-titles Command placed second
for his casting the spell of
"That Old Black Magic".
Swaying the crowd with his alto
saxophone was Fort Gulick s re representative
presentative representative in the instrumental
soloist competition, ops Harry on
who won the first-place award. Jle
was followed by Sp4 Jan R. Ko-
ronkowski of Antilles Command
on the clarinet and saxophone.
Next to Daly in the individual
specialty category was guitarist,
Sp4 Junior D Shoupe, lodally
known as Jimmy Heywood. In the
vocal group class, "The Belved
eres" of Fort Kobbe, composed of
Sp4. Stanley N. Strong, and
Richard Dickens and Pics Herbert
C. Chess, Donald Boozer and
Leonard A. Noise were selected
as tops. Pfcs. Gregory and Paul
Marvenko and Sp4 Charles Al
drich of Fort Clayton placed sec
ond with "There Goes My Heart"
and "I m Beginning to See the
XJghR"as their selections
Once again the Fort Gulick
marvel, Heywood, scored; this
time It was in collaboration with
his partner, SP4 Jimmy C. Cate
of Fort Clayton, on the electric
guitar in the specialty group
J: Baglla and Rt. James R. Sim
class; A comedy team, Pfc. Pqul
J. uagiia and Kt. James K. Sim
mins came m second with their
act entitled, "The Barracks
A finale to the competitive
phrase of the contest was the tap
dancing duo from Antilles Com
mand, Pfc. Charles R. Son and
Sp4 Ronald R. Cowan, the only en
tries in the specialty group non-
several guest acts winners of
the "recorded" phase of the eon
test completed a few weeks ago-
added to the entertainment and
diversified the program consider
The first guest act was a dra
matic reading of "Don Juan in
Hell" (George Bernard Shaw) by
Sp4 John D. Finlay and Sp5 David
E. Platts. An aria from 'Faust'
bv Pfc. Joseoh M. Wilson of Ouar
ry Heights turned the tune to the
classical. Following the active
competition were Pfc J r r yi
Wialmsley of Fort Clayton, who;
strove to raise the audience's est
tlmate of the ukelele and Hey?
wood and Cut-Ups, featuring
SP4 Junior D. Walden on guitar
and Cate in the bass. t
Other participants response
wo for making this undertaking
success war "The Peanuts''
a ass quintet from Fort
Kobbo composed of $p4 Ed
ward R, Davis Junior D. Wal
den and Edgar N. Halrtton and
Pfc. John DeHoff and Private
Bobby S. Lennox. f
Individual entertainers Included
Sp4 Thomas Pough and tirry
Aldricn and Sgt. Felipe Otero in
the vocal soloist class: Pvti Ri
cordionr Pfc Al Hazen. and the
comedian Pvt. William T. John
son. The 'Cornbread Twins'?, en
terlng for the third consecutive
year, brought down the roof with
their tnixtur oi burlescju nd (lit
.cor.' r .-. - b
composed of Sp.4 Richard Lane
fleeter and John Chalupa, cooled '.
selection. Daly delighted the au-"
Comprising the panel of five
judges that had to make the finest'
distinctions before choosing a win winner
ner winner were: Mrs. Betty. J. Slaught Slaughter
er Slaughter of Gatun, veteran of radio and
television; Mrs. Anonia Kirkland
f Balboa; Donald Musselman,
drama director of the Balboa High
School; William Mallory of the Bal
boa Theater tjnd CWO Herman W.
Englert, director of the 776tn Al-
brook Air Force Band. ; (
Mastef off ceremonies Was
James Pattjson of CFN,
Concluding the ceremony was
the announcement and presenta
tion of awards by Gen. Ogden-and
ib juiiaic uJlipuffcu uv tut? ";CUll
testants and the music of the 79th
Army Band under, the- direction
of M-Sgt jjoyd A. Byers. ;
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and western category, placed
third in the "recorded" phase
of, the All-Army Entertainment
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