The Panama American

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:02913

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f'.-Th, ;Comma-eta CiimmittirOf 'the', 'United Nations EConomic COM MiSiSOn 1 for'! Latin
America after '.-"tiking note with :,satlifaction',7, of the '12 .1mairt principles necessary 'to
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set up- a ;onipon market, proPieded today to 'discuss, the 'structure for such stepio,' '' 4
- Today's cohimittee disCuisin 'of ways and ,means put considerable stress pn what
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''''' ', ' Vneztielan .,' dleiate'; Carl'olif: D'AiiColl' ifnplified -today his suggestions -late yesterp
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0), day thatAhe time, may now, be ripelor ,the c-ommon-Market idea to move from the area
, of discussion tct- an, official organization ,'with member gOverriments. ,, '-
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- .Alreng other' delegates also there seetyls tO beoi feetingthe point has been rstehad
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Where kan officiat, intevate.- group:: should ,ba-'formed -,, ,-, L.,
' eaterday- alio ',Dr :' Raul Prbish of'Al.gt,ntitia,' dirCtor of Cepa!, outlined,. some Pt
the PompietproblemS to be' dealt iliith before even a limited common markit can,start;
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in emanding action now, toward itself on the suggestions ) of Alm Prebisch explained 'that any I
the formation of an, intergovern- work as a whole at this time. comtry, once the plan- is guider
" ment 'agencY; thaLwould, he -.10Pell I'he Committee then took note' way, which tends to have large
ii, for',signatures by me,mber. coin- "with' satisfaction' of the4 report exports snust, open its market- to
tries. veneznelan,,D'Ascoli said he and discussion Commenced. the rest of the participating na na'
' na' was opposed,'30 r', the'Voilnation ".;,,'-,---, -,',-, ,'.z, -,- tions. -
first ofl more restricted common Randall is assisted at the ses ses,
, ses, markets,to, Which Mix threc .er skins by nitte otherIUS delegates. ,"Modests progresstl has already'
tour xountriet. helong.4 4, ,. They are Walter M. Xotsching, Al, been made toward, settincup a
l kle, said that while 4, Viiiesuela bert Ji Powers, Herbert F,.;Propos multilateral system of payments.
4,0. ,would go along on workable, plans Alexander M, Rosehson, RalPh For the, first time, 'South Amer Amerfori,
fori, Amerfori, trade : exchange'', with t, ter v. Xerp,. William ,; V, Turnage, ica economisib have, proposed a
'neighbors, licielt ',thr, proposed Robert I.. Sammons, joseph B. draft agreement to pool psi the
m "Ittleinarkets'', might imeoma too Tisinger, n and Marie E. Richard- transfer of hi-lateral accounts.
, cryscalized..lint lir the- end en- son. Miss Richardson is attached
danger, :the Whole, overall idea. to the US Embassy in Panama. There Is ne simple formula 'for
'TheyAnight have a splinterin,ref- ,..' a common market, he stressed.
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0, fed 'be sCresaw. 7 At today's session, Cuban 'LW.. At best,Ithare ,will emerge a se se-
- se- D'Ascult was" is member of the legate Eigino Esti wh is his ries' te mstrsments that must be
'worldng group. which 'Met 'ret'ent- countrY's Minister -of Economy, subordinate to s hard. overill Po,,-
- ly ini, Metito. It: drafted-Aim-1- '12 ,,said that is tha sommon market cy,; .., .. ,..., ,;...,, v., .: .,,,.,
,,pointa' known us palace eorriders is established there should ', be 1 y?, e..:o.4.4ormr.....a,rit'o ,,,
aS "The 12 Colornafidments,n and differential', triatment for earl- 0, ,,
thenv, ',cuitural, countries.' There should',
,,, ', a length, 'report supporting an anal Ern-1)104es' .,
. D'Ascoltkalso outlined ,Ilerietut bp- a clear; open exceution : for ,,, ,., ,,,,r .,,,, ,i. ,, ,,, ..1 ,.
' la's special problems as those of agricultural goods, he liald; .
le a -eountry where tlinthos been Boti also foresaw sacrifices for To'ReiiiVi'lliVird
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- l'' Small countries in the some of : 4 :r J A
.,' onlY i l fslr'induri,s, .,',P11.r proposed 'exchange relationships,
i haps negligence in Asthers. us. Two More nations Japan and For tong',Sdrvict-,?''
,- vious contrasts ar active pe-
i It nd, u t. An Canade have joinded the-group ,,, -'
; troleum a mining ell" ', of observer countries. ,
' the' one' hand but poor, agricul- ', ., ,, ,,, ,, Service pini and certificate's ifor

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"rib' '4A-1' gtii ''''';'''''. ''.1.":;:' '';':::-:..7.: .ZA.: I k:Ye8terdaY PrevisCh of Argentir
' ,.'.'illtio,lidia ;said!, har.1,,,created -,! a, nit, alined some of, the complex
N. ..1,, :e4tmtry with, ,high,eosts of pte, Prbbletns involved im efforts ,,t,,,to
,,t'''.1 1-;,,,duttion,17,---end7, ,,' As so -high, livong4 establish, s .eommon market, ;a,
--'7,7 colas: His toontrir will 'ask -SpecoatmOdastiO.n70241:trofrorsAifft,of,.
" considerationon this, account; he ing ,sts widely .in size0., wage, busf busf'
' busf' said.,,Bitt,-also it has something to dess prattiso and types of pro.
,' 2 offer,,h7, namely a large consureer Auction, as, do 4bose of Latin A A4',
4', A4', -, niarket And a, proven ability ,A0,,, merica,,',-,,,. ', ,.p
'. .1' .. -.,.::- p ay for' what it buys. A .1! 7 1.-, .; : -, v.'.
(4 ,:,,, Chilean 'delegate Luis Marty F4ir -4;lepth and scope, he ob.
' told how his country,' with Argen,' served,-.the support -of-all Latin
,,,-. tint, Brazil and Druguay,',,ie just American nations is needed.
en- the:verge of taking. part in a r, He expect ,the meeting under
i'.' regienal COMMOn market. '',. 4 t wat.iiere to 'have "the greatest
' During ,tile discussinons cif the influence' on the area's 'countries
, 12-point repo-rt, A United States not to. expect: too much too ra ra-
- ra- delegate' Harold ilf., Randall 'said pidlY:, .-.'- 7 '''
that -.while he thought well of ',..., 'ii.' ''',-,1'
the work of the ,experts itt Mexi, ,-,41I should loin arid cooperate,
co, he felt the -- present meeting' ',but 'the' steps must bs taken in
ss should be careful, not, t comriut states., Nevertheless ,the ond
. ,. , , pprpost ic a oradosi tearing a a,
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' .', ', i ., .. port, of the, existing system an:f
( IllegalOperahons :futttifings::::inhcral.
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., z l'ialitert.tee. the destruction ot
.--;- , 4-, ,:.. v. '-' '-,.; .. .' tile ,,'!old inittern"' of trade 'to
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, To" Boartantains .,
, ,. bring about 4,',Attitistrial inte,r inte,r,
, inte,r, Change, among the countries in.
'-',,, : ,'''''.-, r: volved.- -.-., !t
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Three
Panamanian shrimp boat t- ,,,,, ,
sh ceptains were fined 11 ',' each to- ., A report hv a group of experts
day in Balboa 'Magistrate's Court ,who met recently in Mexico serves
k on a nominal charge-of, poaching at the framework for the Panama
l', in Canal...Zone waters. conference, 4,, .,,,v:
. Yesterday ',the. captaini appear- '''',' a, ,, ,, ,.,, .,
, ed in court on a' charge -of oper- -:11 ealls'.for i'tubstantial redue.
ating unlicensed craft within the tion tof,'-etariffs,,.- Prehisch said.
as Canal Zone, for. which each drew One oblect 'is, that the average of
- a suspended $100 fine and' one each coustrytt. ,tariffs in .relation
year's probation, .-'! ,-, ... to its- imports, shall not exceed -a
, !, An pleaded guilt to both stated.figUre...";14. '4,
, ', charges, but told Judge-John, E. ''';'.,,:i .."'''' ,f, ,,,-.,,;, ;,,.. -,,
, Deming they 'were,unawarcl,' of 4 Probiaciti',,seict this, would pro-
, being out: of Panamanian'waters mityeach.t.' cOuntry to maintain
'''''' at they trawled forlshrimt Sun- twotection:,of geode which a r
day betweletv-ft- Amador eattse- readyt:Airt in major production
in, way, .ind, Tree Hernianas rocks Within ,iteliorders.
in less titan 12,feet Of water. .!. ,i, t.,,,:;',, ,A,,,,',,,d, r
p, The captains,:' Leonard6 Caniza- It iii'so- altoWs for differentia differentiales,
les, differentiales, al, 'of Abe Viet ria, Carlos Al! tioni,'-betweed the more Industrie Industrieberto,.,Herreri,w22,
berto,.,Herreri,w22, Industrieberto,.,Herreri,w22, of : the .. Santa lixecrand, AO '..-mechanically, back backl''
l'' backl'' Maria and Salomo WM074'184, ward countIca...n1 between the
of tht:,-Liniti were-,teehnically small and the large.
Charged With nunlawftilly netting I -', :',,-- y-r,
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and ',Asking shrimp'' under ., the 'Reciprocitv is ,the keynote of
taws and ,Regulatione Governing the whole plan; ":-
Fishing in t'he.,Canal- Zone; k '' 4 , ,,. ,I,t
hifr)( ':,, However,. Deming said the tiic 'f, .. ,,,, , ..,
should have been ,eharged under Reds Up o' Old
the ,Code of Federal Begulatione
:governing tett br 5ther obstruc- '',- ,, ''', ,
,, will placed' in Canal Zone -,' wa-
44,' terti, creating coy possible ha- Tricic Al :. Geneva
, sard 'to navigation.- , ',-, '', r : --,, P. 4 -.
Ibll There, is no record of a Coal no
lar case 'of commercial', fishing $) :
iti 4 -Conference
'
' craft operating within tpe, 'Cdnal ,,,,! ,t,- .,', ,',,,,'.:7,,,,,:. k.' ,
'? ZOne and there appears i to 'be 'no '., GENEVA, Maifig--(UPI)--Rus'tr,'
' clear ,) cut code seedon ,.,..dealing Ida, threw smother, Molotov cock cock'
' cock' '' with fish' notchers;'. il, ,,
?,,,', :' tail Into thw Big Four, conference
,,,44,1 ,,,,The4 trio were ; warned' 'by' the today b'dentatiding admission of
t. court. not to rePeat th0: Offense.' Poloand, and 'Czechoslavaida as
, ,, ,, ,,,,. , ,o, ,, , !lull and.equid members." ,
N,' ''..L4k tnited,States spokesman -im-,
': '',,,-"i, No' If'Su''reit,'Shili dth ,,
,. ,, ,,,. ,,. , i me te y;rejecied themove. He
w'' .; 'T 'Viiit' Ithmus ' said the Western Aire& were in,
-; .., 4,2 ., 9 steadfast, agreement. against pro pro!,
!, pro!, 'f,",--. ,.. ,, r ,H '-' ,...' vl ' ' ' moting any Red satellite to equal'
, ,! ....,:; The Navy atirvey Alp. USS 'Re. 'etatu with the big pewers. ',t ',.
'.,' ', ,,a, quisite, 'with'. a crew of.' 90 ;off!. -, U.S.' Secretary' of States Chrie
'.' ,'.ters and enlisted' men, :is ached- Han, Herter 1 pliinged into 'inme 'inme-
- 'inme- ',:uled for' a hrief visit to,the lath- diets talks with ,the Western mi mi'1
'1 mi'1 ,, ; ;inns this week., L., ,.14,..,,,,,.; t misters, on Soviet Foregn Minis
41 ,-.,' .:, The ship is dui to arrive at ter Andrei Gromyko's new stout,
',), Balboa from .Sanfrierancisco to-, witilinv atteMpt..,,, I. ,:v, .0 ,
. ,,t morrow morning ", and f will, ',he i Gromyko,, quickly. domnning the
1,,. ., ', berthed at Rodman'', Naval Sta. 'Pb,,truptive' tactics -of his 'mentor
',0,,, tion before transiting ',the 'Cabal V. 'M. : Molotov, upset conferenoe
i '',. ,;..44., 'Friday., "'.1'', ,, a' ; ', ',',' '; routine by having his new demand
-,,.. .!: ComManding officer of the He. announced by ii spokesman'', at "It
; quisite is Lt. tmdr. 1. O.- Bach- presa conference' four hour '1' be.'
,
t,,', it, ert, ,The survey sh p i eit route fort!, the actual' Big Four sea,.
' to Norfolk, Va., .,... ''' a. sion begins' at 3:30 pan... '

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,"Modests progresstl has alreadyd';
ken mide toward. setting,up
multilateral system of payments.
For the, first time, South Atter--
'lea economisis have, proposed a -,,
draft agreement to pool on the
transfer of bi-lateral accounts.

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Service pini and certificate, lot
20 year; serviee tbe Canal
.organizadon will be,, presented 'to
1752 employea ,of' the Panama Ca-1
nal ,-Companyl ,and Canal- ,..Zone
governnient N-tior,tveek., et4use 11.
-t.,4-he.-.pteeentations4ivillbl-'m side,
tlivision level t group cerhme cerhmenle
nle cerhmenle by Gov;$1,John
heny iat times which will be an announced
nounced announced later. 7
One lit Arery' 074, : the evi evi1
1 evi1 ployea',' of toe Cantu- organiiation
make up the s 20-year t:--service
group,' which:. is' the largest yetl
to receive the length of service
awards. The total also includes
eight persons who are entployed
in the New Nork operations,
,'
L..- Of ;the -employes who have
worked ntorh4,thatt 20 Iters about
lesil than 20 year; with the Yana Yanama
ma Yanama f-lanaf,' 170 have 29 years' of
serfice and will Aualify some
time this year for the 30-pearl
service pins and certificates. 1
The largest single. group Ito re receive
ceive receive the awards is in the Engi Engineering
neering Engineering and Construttion, Bureau
where ther.e,,re 475 perm:mit 'eli 'eligible
gible 'eligible for till& 2,0-year Ana and
certificates. I
In the Office 'Of the General
Counsel only paul A. Bentzl 'Gen 'General
eral 'General Counsel, is eligible for the
service 'warn. Bentz, who has
29 years of .service. will be eligi eligibid
bid eligibid in Octebe2 for 'the 30-year
service awards.
During April pins and certifi certifieates
eates certifieates were -presented by Gov.' W.
E Potter to 687 ,Canal empleyes
with 30 ,or more ,,years ief- serv service.

Co.mpleoll:,Gell.7
Gallifi,dojtOign.,
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't PANAMA. TUESDAY,' MAY,12 1959

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nd ,liegulations Governing the whole plan. -:- - Comptroller General Ino Inoin
in Inoin t-he.,Canal- ,Zoni,,k -, 4 ., v 414 cencio Galindo today present presentreri.
reri. presentreri. Deming said the tito :it, ', .".... 411, ,., ed his resignation to President
have been tcharged under Reds Up. o Old Ernesto de ,la Guardia' Ir.
e of Federal Regulaii, .one.
tuteta br Othert obstrue- -,-: ,, ,:;'', :4', Galindo, a brother-in-law
aced' in Canal ;one -,' wa- :( of President de la Guisdis, is
eating rally possible hs- Trick Al : Geneva said to have resigned In a
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navigation.- , :, -: : ,,,,, , ,, ,,,,,p, ; huff over, the implitation of
is no record of a shut:, n; his nephew, Councilman Sa Sati
ti Sati 'of commercial-, lishmg PAlq 4 fonlerence'
mrating within the, Cdnal ,,,:':-, ,,.T : :,',,,;'.:-;..,,:. 4,.' : --
muel Lewis Galindo, in the
-! l',' current municipal: scandal on
id there appears i to 'be 'no ',, GENEVA, 'Mai- 12--,(UPI)--Rus- the basis of a an, auditor's re reut
ut reut code section:,..dealing ale; threw another, Molotov cock cockh'
h' cockh' poithers;,. i'f,' ',,', ?:,:Itt:' port aubmitted by,. Galindo's
, tail 'Into the Big Four, conference oftice,',, .s$:, :
rio were ; warned': by :, the today b' dentanding admission Of ' ,,,:,, ..., :,',', ',".: .,;!'' -,: :,.
ct to repeat, :the:, offense.'
. Poloand, and 'Czethoalavaids AS, , ,veteglhe-tep''Oit,'Municipal'
't P'"', of
' ', ;,- ,,t ,''''' o full and:.equal: members." ;
rStire','Shiti'''Y' Attorney Gerardo ;de Leon
IA United-States spokesmen ,In'F' : yesterday suspended ,all 10 pi
-4 mediatelyt' rejected' the,,move. He,
(iiif lith I n- 4
. i 1 said the Western Ahree, were in,
71.13 , steadfast, agreement: against pro- the Panama City ,Counclimen
d tat d : in resolution
Anat. nap toe noW-,it els clear that
, f' , ,,... moting any Red satellite to equal' Le Is Galindo ind an; the
ravy thirvey ship, UbS Ie. 'Aetna with the big po'wers. ',t :',
' with'. a crew of,' 90 ;offl- ", U.S.' Secretary' of States Chria- othwers are implicated in the
misuse et eity funds.", .,
d enlisted' men, :is ached- Han, Herter 1 plitnged into 'lame 'lame,'
,' 'lame,' a :brief ylsit to, the lath- diets talks with ;Abe Western mi- '- -1'4' '
I week., ,,,,,, : ,4,...,,04,,,.. ; t, misters, on Soviet Foregn Minis- The Coinptroller A said the
hip is due to arrive at ter Andrei Gromyko's new stone- report 'had not beet properly
from ; Simi- ler a ncisco to. weans,' atteMpt.o'N.I ':V''..1 i interpreted: by; the, municipal
, ,
morning f' and f will- ',be i Gromyko,, quickly, domnning the 'attorney.: ,:: 4 ,, ,:,,,p :,,,, , ,, .,
at Rodman': Naval '' 'Sta. 'obt,tructive' tactics -of his 'mentor De 1.eon ; alsO ,:,ordered t the
rote transiting 'the 'Canal V. 'M. : Molotov, opeet conferenee arrest et,, twitter.: mayor Jose'
'":1'", ,,, 4' ,,t, '; routine by having hir new demand E. Calor Escala, iormie'elty
Landing officir of the le: announced by li spokesmam et 'a Sressurr,Victsr" D'Assils0"414
s Lt. trndr. 3'.', O.- Bach- presa conference,: four hour ,e be-, Municipal auditor : Leonardo
survey ship ii tit route foro! : the actual ilig Four lies- Conte and municipa engineer
lk, Va.,: ... r .: :,,, sion begins, at 3:30 p.m; : George Hilbert, e ,

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, -Over st, thousand. -Isthmian
star gazers I studied 'Abe. local
skieff- 4turfng the dryt ',,, season
Htitrotgh4 tho'14144reork1410L'illle
anal' Zgrie ChserVitorV,Ptontols'
Division -cif figtals '. said, toda,t,zib'
art ,annouricement that the; ob observatory
servatory observatory -has-been' closetiviitill
mezt dry. seaon.,r, 1 ''' )1 1
'The last night for- the star-,
Altura. was ,A Sunday, when -..11
good-Sized' group,,visited the ob observatory
servatory observatory for ,the ,firtal night of,
this weason. ,., -, ,,, ,, .,,
The ,Canal,' ZenetbservatrY
oneneti Jan. 13,, on W two-night
a week basis.. 3. W. Seaquist
of thw Balbow., High, chtsok!, ,fa ,faeldtY,'
eldtY,' ,faeldtY,' and 11.-' Z.,. ltarpwn.'4,of the
Engineering Division, gave talks
to the -visitors, onA the serious
star and constellations, visible
throUgh-the't,telescone ''' ''.t ''
'PI& observatory is operated
under -the ausPices' of the Cana'
Zone' Diyielon of ,Schools. ,
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ed bY Ahn Nltr. Stewarci 'on -the :::,
cnStruction of Civil 1 Defense 'y''e
Facilities in Cristobal. tilds -were ec,j
openeetyesterdar afternoon,: in ce
Ithe Jidinmistrationi, puilding at .t.
Balboa, Heights. ; .;
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, ,-: ()thee offers 4ere Made !. by byHernkertoS
HernkertoS byHernkertoS Wright of Colorlovb0
.made,4- bid of; $9913 and tlle ,i
Dilldit,7-,Contructioni pompany
witlit,- a bid 'Of $10,443. .,,,,,1 .,
The new idyll defense leiti- :IA
quarters .o.n i the ,Atiantic side ,,,",,.
will .be located on the ground 4,,
floor-of 'the ttidministra t i 0, n 1'
I:Wilding, a Cristobal' Where the ,e ,eTreasurer's
Treasurer's ,eTreasurer's Office was formerly t
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located., -',, ,-,' ,-',,
,The woi It will, trisis:i, or, the r
cilmstruction ,of ,, new, 'walls and ',,
dbors. and the ;instillation of ,...,
air -conditoning and lighting si,
lac(lities j The xell, -.canter will
have' acoustical ,-, tile' chalk-, :i
board& mapboards andsabinets. $
-- The projet," is scheduled tJ
be completed:,,in about three
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7p0v. Pottet returned to
thb, Canal, Zone Sunday., ;from
Washington, 110w:where he atT
tended budget' ,hearings scheth,
uled 'by both. House and, Senatd
Appropriations 4,Committees.;'!,
14 Steers Panailla
Canal ,Comptr011erOnd 'LeRoy
B. Magnuson, ', Chief t ,of the
Midget and Rates Division, who
accompanied! the ,governor to
Washington, will tetutn to: the
Canal Zone-At The ,, end litthis
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3ohn D. McElheny actsd as gov-1
Arpor".ind performed the. duties
of the president of the Panama
Canal Company which relate"t0
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RETURN'OF CURINS SOUGHT ouban undersecretary of state'Dr. Rafael R. Aguero (sec (second
ond (second from right) chats informall With' Foreign Minitter 'Miguel J. Moreno' after officially pre-.
seriting his country'sr-plea fon thelettirt of 93 Cubans who landed ori the Panamanian coast,
,last April'25.2 At ietvir deputi"faceigh ministee'Mariano Otelp. of Panama looking on with
Cuban'eharge d'affaires Raul Riato jauma (riihg ,
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'making. between one land .,40,no
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Sic,4GeortreAlarrison,,of Head HeadQuarters
Quarters HeadQuarters t and 1' Keado uarters Co.
1st '13attle Group,'.' 20th Infantry
Plinarted intn,,the water front
gatun Landing In the pre-dawn
'1 darkness at 3:18 a.m.
9:15 he was off Rohl
Point,,6vert and'one half Miles'
'stgting area. Illtree
quarters' qt, an 'hour later he
waCirt,,Zuena Vista Reach, eight
and-f,,one4;ahalf-,Intles away..
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Alirit Retail Sales'
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WASHINGTON, May 12 (UPD
atores rapg up a record
17,588,000,000,in sales in April.
toninverce Department re reported
ported reported '.the;- April' sales were 9
perant higher than a year ago
'and a half of' ona percent above
March do-this Oar.
' The ,total was a record for A April,
pril, April, 0c:weeding 916,400,00,000 set
in 1997t ,,Compared with March,
sales at,.!dutable goods stores this
year durnped 2.2 percent wiii.e
soft gOods trade dipped ,0.4 percent...

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Sgt. Harrison's position,liff BOUN
521i or just under 12 irdles from
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name 'is in. Augusta, 'Ga.. 'mall
described as, ''in excellent Con Condition
dition Condition and good ,spiritsA, The
heavily-greased swimmer took
two. cups of broth ,'during
first few hours in the water.
Sgtv Harrison was accompa accompanied
nied accompanied by a -I-boat provided in,
the USAWARM Transportation
Section, Among those eboard
were his wife, Janie: his swim swimMing
Ming swimMing coach, MSgt. Harry Sind Sindlers,
lers, Sindlers, first sergeant of C Ccmpa Ccmpany,
ny, Ccmpany, ist Battle Group, Ft. Gulick:
assistant coach Pfc. Dennis pil pilgrim,
grim, pilgrim, Headmiarters and Head Headquarters
quarters Headquarters Company, of the, battle
group and MSgt. John H. Glasrl
also of Headquarters Company
senior aid man.
The J-boat was to remain ir
communication with shore sta staLtions
Ltions staLtions throughout the dav to re reIport
Iport reIport Sgt. Harrison's ,prociress.
Radio contact wa,s established,
with :the Transportation Mot'
at Pier 20, Balboa, as well pr,
with the Caribbean Forces Net NetWork
Work NetWork at Fort Clayton. 1
Sgt. Harrison's plans do not,1
Include swimining through anv
of ,the Canal locks. He expect"
to swim from Gatun Landincr te
Pedro Miguel. walk around thosn
locks on the east bank and' re reIY
IY reIY side.
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Stand Trial Here

, Foreign Minister Miguel J. Moreno. today tenta tentatively
tively tentatively rejectid a Cuban plea for the return of 93 Cuban in invaders
vaders invaders for trial the courts of that country.
"the plealins madelhis murning by
fael,E;Aguero; Fidel Castro's ,undirsecretary of state, Who
as an alternote7dilegate for Cuba is attending thn ciir ciirrent
rent ciirrent Cepal cnfirence being held hire.
Aguero called on the Foreign Minister this morning,
accompanied by Cliban charge d'affaires, Raul Riatio Ma Mama,
ma, Mama, to discuss the4ossibility of getting the Cubans now
bein held in Pat lan0 jails returned to Cuba for trial.';
Following Ag'unro's visit, Moreno said he had inform informed
ed informed the two Cuban officials that the men should be tried
by-Paname! courts because they'had "caused serious prob problems"
lems" problems" and the "haim they had done was considerable."

rent Cepal cnferince being held hire.

Meanwhile,' the : oldtrlisicaptured
member, 'Of the originat lavas "on
band which landed od the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic coast of Panama. on ,April 25
was found dead this morning
near Portobelo by burster.
Reports 'from Colon said tus
trict- Attorney Clemente', ,Barrera
and his secretary left for thi'bPot
Nbere 41194,000-, ht4 IxeS&,;xte.P9rtr:
'1!1.1-00nd,-11A,tilr Atteravutit
Ibutlport--ttsat- th r; liunf etc-7','h a d
IfOund the body ofjEduardd (Bar (BarbudorToledo
budorToledo (BarbudorToledo m alciump of bush bushes,
es, bushes, apParently dead from bull,pt
wounds. "".
Toted was a rnorisbor of tho
band of. six diehard invaders
who rofustd to surrandor along
with, 85 'others at, Nombro, do
Dios May,'1,
National Guardsmen later cor cornered
nered cornered the other five into surren surrendering
dering surrendering witkout bloodshed, but not
before they had "' engaged the
group in a brief skirmish a few
days earlier.
Last night th e,uban Premier,
spzaking a -teleVislon- program
in Havana, which Tlas,ed five hours
and 48 minutes, said he wanted
the invaders returned, to' cube
"so that we can find out what
was behind" the, invasion.
He said he, felt 'something
shout& be donerfor theirs," rein.-
ring Jo the Cubans being held by
l'anans4.
- "They 'demaridecf- deft, tincondi tinconditional
tional tinconditional surrender, instead of 'what
I had nsked, that is, thelt return
to thth' country,". Castro 'deciar 'deciar.
. 'deciar. "Since they did not fight, not
offered 'any rosistanco, tho
right thing would be that thoy
be returned 'to Cuba., I say this
with fuil knowledge that they
halve boon very wrong."
Castro added that Panama be became
came became "too alarmed over Pe
landing of 80 men." '" '
"If 40,000 'men were to coine
here (to Cuba) we would not
seek the aid of anyone, nor would
we seek the mobdization of so
many countries. I said this, be before
fore before and it displeased the Pana Panama
ma Panama government," .Castro said.
Commenting on 'Castross re remarks,
marks, remarks, Moreno sild'',ho could
not understand eintroas insist insistonce
once insistonce 111 Minimitittg .the 4'gravii 1
throat. posed by' the invasion
which was organizod. .in Cu Cuban
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Moreno declared that the ald
of the Organikation of American
States was. sought not only be because
cause because of the 90 or 50 men who '1
, ,,
had landed, but of reports that 1...
some 400 reinforcements were al'. -,t,
so bound for Panama.'
'tie also pointed 'out by sridb, -,.A.-ri
cated columniat Dgew Pearson,
till ---;:41m.thlt;b0,14-Attka,L.riottoettlon.,:',.. Ot,..Ivwranitbaltrat 400,,,.-
q1-$ 'gnovieget- 44-4ell'n.41.4, N. k N:
--Aciording ', lo ;Poorson.,',,r41Cat's ,-,
sacwhalo'l aotf Mt haenpisaocsg:usi
tile's foment -that 146,..,)inow I'4,-:-4.1
nothing about the Cuban' inia- .-':,,,,,-,.,,,,,, 1),
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sion force that landed in 'Pena., -, 1
ma is- Fidelisfa double-talk.r:, '7- '',
'Here are the real facts:' The t
port from which the- 96 Cubans, s'i-'
plus 200 subsequent invadersode-
parted was Batabano, a shun -
anrhorage in southern Cuba' op- ,...,
:aba'l ensi
posite the Isle of Pines," Pear- -
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son went on.
"At Batabano is a Cuban nit-
val post, plus an army post, Lug
a police barracks, also a gim- ,fr'
1 boat in the Wool'. Twenty ma's
w- 0"uBi da t abbea niom attitaotrit ,,,
at least 300' soldiers and officers.
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of 96 well-equipped men, im ,--
later 200 others, to depart witla- A: ;
out the knowledge of the Cuban, :,'.7
authorities and without direct au-A -,
thorization of Fidel Castro.t-Ar- '''
my commEnders have to 'answer ,,
to Castro for their every move l
and .they make no moves without 0
direct orders ma:oat:him; y' C 4 dt tett&
"Yet the oratorical Premier of
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Cuba claims that he was in cow, A 7,
plete ignorme of the Panama- ,,;
nian invasion.
4 ?ote-Real fact is that Fidel ; .,
Castro attackb the United States ,, ,A
in Cuba and praises Amerfians A
when in the United States, "Pear.
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son wrote."
Meanwhile in Miami immigra- a
lion authorities were expected, to ;I
hold ii, hearing today for three :
Cuban sailors .who hijacked a .1
Cuban navy torpedo patroti. boat ,I
and fled to the U.S. mainland.
The three. were taken to" 'MI.
mi yesterday from Key WeW- b ,
border patrol agents. They,,, are
seeking political ashylwo, in, the I
United States.
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The sailors said they ba ,L .,
for fear of fatting arrested. It wall ,.',
the first known case of defectioll :,,11
from the armed forces of Cap I.,!t
tro's revolutionary government. -,.'

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LONDON, May 12 (UPI) Prima ballerina Margot Pon.
teytk made a triumphant return to the Royal Opera House at
Covent Garden last night, at the old, lower prices,
Filling in for injured dancer Anne Iletiton,,,,Vama Mare, ,,
lot danced the title role in "Giselle" for her first appearance
since her detention In Panama. Thunderous applause greeted,,!.
her first entrance, and the' tint act was held up whits shit
took four bows alter one solo.
Since Miss Fouteyn had not been tAeduled to nes, r.,
prices for.the performance remsihed ift their old range, Pot
her future. performances, prices have been boosted SS
as 44 percent.4
The ballerina received a bouquet after the performanee
which she said was gift from her husband Roberto Arias,
now In asylum ba the Brazilian embassy residence in
"I think, forttnately, he ordered them before the tevolu.
tion," she told b,press conference. "There Wes leet message
with the flowers as he cannot communicate'at all, she said.' ,
"I will bear from him when he Is released, which I hope ,,
will be soon,because the revolution seems to be,nearly over. ,'
If they do net release him, it will a great compliment be4
cause it will mean they thing he still has a strong following..., ,
"I always look at things In most cheerful light,.the said.,
She skid ,her reception last night perhaps shows. that
tha Britkb peoPlo lama spirk of atiVeuture.,'"
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,0 Balboa School has not been air-cnditioned and the cafeteria-nas
not been built. Admittedly, botli projects would invoive
a 10t-of money, but there is sometning that abould be done and
that will not cost much.
'4-refer to the probiem faced by many children attending
lialiva Elementary School. Junior High School-, High School and
Junior, College, who have to get their lunches at the Balboa
Clubhouse. How are they supposed to get from school to ,the
restaurant when it rains? The answer, at the present time, is
eery simple: they walk in the rain; and they get- wet, and they
stay, wet all afternoon until they get home.
t" The School iViSiOn conducts tests to see if any of the chil children.have
dren.have children.have TB. but surely they are contributing to this and oth other
er other respiratory diseases by allowing so many children to get wet
ten it rainsand in this country it rains almost every day
croand noon.
t: (Criticism is welcomed when it is constructive, and in this
,case I have a very simple and cheap solution: The Pana,ma Ca Cashould
should Cashould send three or four buses to shuttle the children from
achool to the restaurant, from porte cochere to porte cochere.
The distance is not great so it would not arose the ire of the
Once Department if some of the childrens had to stand up in
Vie buses for the short distance.
l'he lunch period is about one hour, and children eat fast,
go only a few buses could easPe handle the entire number -of
Children. Besides Elementary School children get out 20 minutes
ahead of the High School atudents, so the buses could transport
f,he former while the latter are getting ready.
t- This will involve action on the part of the School author authorgies,
gies, authorgies, but those that I haTe spoken to seem well disposed' to en enorse
orse enorse such a suggestion. The snag is, hoWever. how to get the
Tranaportation Division to allocate the-huses and the drivers,
how that pie economy factor is so vital on the Zone. B. Ever Eversion.
sion. Eversion. however, was a student at Balboa himself,. and I am sure
that he will take the initiative and do what he can, and I hope
his colleagues in the Government wili agree with him.
Let's face it. TB tests, health instruction, physical check
pa and so forth are all well and good, but let us prevent numer numerCue
Cue numerCue colds and chest conditions by the simple method of provid providMg
Mg providMg a bus or two for the school children: tier that they can at
least. eat on time,,eat in dry clothes and spend the rest of the
afternoon in dry clothes
Of course, an even cheaper solution would be for the Idds
not to have any lunch at all, but at that age they have a healthy
appetite by noon, so faced with the choice of going hungry or
getting wet, they get wet.
Poppa nad Mommit.

Sir: FUMIGATION, AN')

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--Young Fry.
CLUBHOUSE

PHONY PARENTS
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My parents and a bunch of their cronies are howling their
teads off in the living room, right next to the bedroom where
:'ni- trying to write a term paper, about this "younger genera genera;ion."
;ion." genera;ion." "What do they see in Elvis Presley?" they say. ''Why can't
they be persuaded to settle down and think and act seriously?"
ren are they going to wake up?" "Before it's too late, we hope
nd pray." And on god op.
My stoniach does a flip-flop. These same parents bave other
nversations that go like this:
"De we have to go to that goddam cocktail party?"
"Yes, dear."
,c "And smile and smirk, and talk nonsense with people we
don't like. and eat junk that makes us sick. and ,stand around
tintil our feet kill us?" .,
"You know we have to go. All the right people will bte there,
and you want to get ahead, don't you? W 4I'm selAhr,illed that
1Fe're invited."
r "Well, maybe ss,e're invited for the a rea onlfou asked
the Joe Doakes to our last blowout. You said they were such
bores that it would be a good time to pay off our qbligation to
themthere'd be so many they'd get lost in the crwd and we
Wouldn't really have to be bothered with theb."
At this poirrt: heated 'arguments, tears, apologies; ,makeups.
My parents have forgotten their real 4'1401(18.'4o it, seems
to me, because they spend all their time Alowbutterinli up to
roame" people who don't give a damn abbut4themt 1' ,
1 If they really worry about me, it might interest them to
know I worry equally as much about them. I wonder where their
honestly, their sincerity, their wholesomenem, their goodness--
that they used to have in our poorer dayahave all gone,
I despise their "act" of being oh so friendly to sorneone whom
Vey've just accused out (behind his or her) back). tail routine
It)cedure for the "upper cruet" to get together.- and:teaWapart
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tiny abntee? ,I
i, A lot of us like Elvis Presley because, it's tini7iYayrrrebel tini7iYayrrrebelling
ling tini7iYayrrrebelling against our parents. They don't want ni. to like bini: so we
like him. We do lots of other things for the-very same reason.
They hope and pray that we wake up before it's to late?'Well,
'we've already woken up enough to catch on to the hypocrisY.
the shallowness, and the melfishness of,many 'pairtnts,and we
just hope tliey wake up, too. 't,:' ,'.
! As the younger generation, we can still choose Or friends
lor what they are, hot who they are; and we can be ettirselvee
Instead of trying to have to appear to be what we ,imagine some
big wheel thinks we ought to be. Parents, ugh. &Mr parents,
that is.

In implementing that section of the 1955 US-Panatrii treaty
:tYhtch e .,..Ivednon-resiclent Zone employes of their Commissary
privileg( he Canal organizr on lopped 850 employes. month'
till-time. from the rolls of the Supnly and Service Division.
Since that time the Canal has hired any number of new
lull-time employe, while taking back some of the 856 only on
A part-time or When Actually Employed basis.
,1 These "P" or "WAE" employes work four five-hour days
.weeldy, or five six-hour days. They receive no recreation leave.
xio sick leave. none of the benefits usually associated with Ca CaIntl
Intl CaIntl employment. They have to pay" for meal tickets, for extra
1aundry UN. They have to reimburse shortages. They have to
;work more than their regular hours, but get no overtime pay.
- Recently one unit which was being fumigated put 12 out of
20 employes on furlough status on fumigttion day, additional tp
-their regular days off during the week.
, The retail stores work an Average of eight hours a day, fiye
days a week. The service centers work 18 hours a day. 385 davs
a year. M theae Places are on a regular schedule. why should
.not the employes enjoy the same privileges as in other full fulltime
time fulltime PC offices? These privileges include a daily "break time."
Remember the coffee sampling scheme Supply Division gen general
eral general manager John J. Barton instituted at one of the Service
Centers? And the "pattern of petty pilferage fairly well defin defined"
ed" defined" discvoered by Sunply and Community Service Bureau direc director
tor director L A. Ferguson? This amounted to less than half of one per percent
cent percent in six stores.
;; 'n the light of all this, it'll no wonder that the retail stores
.111 talpled their sales despite having 10.000 fewer ourchamers
nee the treaty went into effect. The unpublished SupplYSer SupplYSerMee
Mee SupplYSerMee nrofits are alarming. 312,400,000 is Quite some competition
'for Panama retailers.
--Nen-Chameleon.

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By VICTOR MEHL,
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ua6 tut i:OU1111UU 41A1i1 .iuuuli a
iormula niett we ati,Leut..a 6,
joint unioa councils.
Une LI3e ednitst eaor.a was
Mut oy Lae eittArthut: 'uou titc titctrice'
trice' titctrice' appliance tannins'. sws ritts
uthiteit 1,1161Ltera W14,4 nut L..-
rey's internat.onin Untnn to.
trice! Workell MAUL ittataug ittataughouse
house ittataughouse in laob. The Utmc.r Lowy.-
!ales mu not pounce tat Wa.a,4-
nouse's cusiomers. ine
1 tors told income ot tne L.iatimacia
wno neeueu neavy tquipalea.,
'winch woula tate 1101114 Lattts 10
Ottott, tO wait lor AlIC a e14u.
dillot AMR taw, LAW., AtoAACA oi
the tissociaiwn ot AMA, At,A4 AvAll
roans "'clan uiscuastni tue nett.
tor neiping eagn owei Weed wit
compeaun, or even aoine WIG L
anower part of We tactual, Vic,.
aatteiv. comumaee W4it, 141aGo.
It worked out sys.ela sof,-
insurance or the luaus. ravel.'
were urawn..4ust as we ine4d-vitt.
gatneren tne signing, a yruan yruan!Bent
!Bent yruan!Bent New Yorklaw4isw warneu
, that this may be a leneriu. ann.
trust violation and that We rail railroad
road railroad directors themseives-could be
'held personally liable or fines ano
even criminal aCti011: lite project
-
Crumbled.
.
, Men about six monls ago, tbe
' program was revived at a board
meeting of the Railroad'Asen. But
, this time the plan called for the
creation of a sepaiate insurance.
firm to insure losses during strikes
which many believe may hit
SOMe railroads when the labor con contracts
tracts contracts expire Nov. 1. ,;- '.
,F can report that such a strike
insurance project will be ready
,in a few months, so far beyond
the inner sanctum discussion siagt
' has it 'gone. -Naturally, industrial.,
ists in other fields where unioli
contracts have been expiring atl
about the same time have go ten.
wind of these formtdas. On Noy.
3, 1958, the commercial airlines,
for example, officially revealed
what they had been developing for
months. No one airline executives
was responsible for the idea.
though it was a lawyer for Amer.
ican Airlines who wro e the final
draft. This formula had the lines
returning extra profits to those air
carriers who lost the money be because
cause because of a strike.

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I am surprised that Mrs. Luce's
crack about Mr. Wayne Morse,
the hybrid Senator from Oregon,
being kicked on the head oy a
horse, aroused surprise. From cer
tain of his antics in recent years,
I would have thought him to nave
been hit on the head by a cow,
like the fellow in Joseph Mitchell's
book.
Perhaps Mrs. Luce was confus confused
ed confused in her analysis of what is
tkrong with Mr. Aorse.
But this is not a political piece,
but a literary critique. Ex-Arnbas
sador Luce, as you may remem remember
ber remember once wrote a play, called
,
"The Women," Which had more
lady-doggery,in it per square inch
than anything I ever reaa or neara.
Our gal Clare is the undisputed
mistress of our times of the deli.
cate art of cutting folks into
shreds. Mr. Morse's hide is hut
the first shs has tacked to the
barn, and possibly wilt not be the.
last. This time she nailed it by
severe lady-like refusal of the
post to Brazil, playing the part of
dutiful wile beautifully.
Personally I have always ad admired
mired admired Madame L. as a -Lady col
charm, wit, intelligence and pro professional
fessional professional skill. She did an med.
lent job es Ambassador to Rome,
as sne has- done expellent jobs
as a playwright.
I also admire puns in two lan
guages, and the Roman gag when
,Olare wasAttpOinted woo, ,that the
Russians were dead see because
now the Luce (light, in Italian)
was coming from the West instead
of the East. Mr. Morse comes
from the West, so he can reserve
the pun.
Grandpa taught me very earls
in the game never to overmatch

Le3311V1151 saw. one um an exL,:el exL,:elThe
The exL,:elThe unions protested, as the U- lent job es Ambassador to Rome,
nited Steel Workers has jus, done.
as sne has. done expellent jobs
But in January the Civil Aeronau as a playwright. t
tics Board ruled that this formula I also admire puns in two lan
was legal.
guages, and the Roman sag when
All this activity in air and ground et4
...dire wasAttpOinted wax pat the
transport has been closely oosentL Russians were dead see because
ed by the leaders of, Big Steel. now the Luce (light, in Italian)
Just as' the Railroad Assn. was was coming from the West instead
worried by the rail unions ability of the East. Mr. Morse comes
to hit one line ana cripple it, so from the West, so he can reserve
the steel industry is concerned by the pun.
the possibility that Dave Mc Don- Grandpa taught me very early
ald's big union might strike just in the game never to overmatch
a few companies. myself, which is a translation intrt
. a .,
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There was precedent for thil.1
John Lewis and Phil Murray di
it. Walter Neuther pulled this itIC
tic last year when the Auto
nion hit General Motors for weeks.1
If this strategy of divide and con.
titter is used by McDonild and his
counsel, Arthur Goldberg, this
summer. the steel industry can do
one of two hings: It can shut
down all plants, or it cnn continpe
to operate those the union did not
strike.
If the industrialists shut down
the nation's steel ming a lock lockout
out lockout --Ahe workers wilt be eligible
for as much as 39 weeks of un unemployment
employment unemployment compenstition and
could stay out for a year.
So the indwitry asked its lawyers
to work out a simple formula:
Put together a plan which would
identify who has been which steel
company customer. Take his or order.
der. order. Calculate the profit. Return
it to the struck company if the
customer had been doing businen
with that firm in the past.
Then the union could not hurt
one or two companies, force them
to settle and then force the settle settlement
ment settlement on the ',thole industry.
And sit steel goes, so goes Amer
ican industry.

Clinton Likeness
Soon To Disonpeor
From Ciggie Pock
WASHINGTON WPI) After
June 24, an old familiar face will
be missMg from cigarette packs.
The Treaoury Department an.
nouneed today that after that date
it will discontinue 11113 of the blue
federal excise stamp bearing the
likeness of DeWitt Clinton, once
governor of New York.
Under a new collection proced procedure,
ure, procedure, manufecturers of tobacco and
liquor products, instead of buy buying
ing buying stamps, will pay the taxes
directly to the treasury on a
lwice-a-month basis.
Until now, manufacturers of all
tobacco products except cigars
have had to buy the stamps in
advance. Distillers purchased aim aimliar
liar aimliar stamps which were placed on
Larrels from which retail liquor
bottles were filled.

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never heckling a night-club comic
never jousting a woman in single
combat, and rarely matching tira tiratory
tory tiratory with orators.
I would say that Mr. MoNe's
lamentable lack of caution in tak taking
ing taking on a pretty, blonde lady with
a brain like a steeLtrap and a
tongue with a razor edge remoes
him from serious epnsideration as

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a legislator with a future If the
female vote is considered.. '
There is an old joke soma a
father counseling son, and all Fit'
ther could think ot to tell Sot,
was to stay away from red-head:1
ed women who wore black tind2r..
wear.
As enter the mid-fortiaa, tak
tered and bruised, I ,have, learned
never to engage' in warfare with
slight, blonde women. An asp is
not as big 'as a cobra, but my
money is on the Asp.
This is not' a literary crffiiine,
after all. It is an easy on a sim
p,e theme: nobody ever won any anything
thing anything fighting a woman. nave
been battling my, old warrior for
possession of thy pants fot 21
years come August, and .1- only
have scars. No pants..
09014,11h WOMSII IS tiat
they have a 'built-in advantage.
They can turn 'tears; on and Off
like a spigot, and nothing is sti
frighteneing as a' weeping woman.
You can't hit them, but the ciao
sic motif of Maggie belting-4gs
over the skull with a rolling pin
compresses the hearaldic arms of
womanhood. I
-.They got you in the courts I
remember' that Linda Christian
dotted the late Tyrone Power for
v.million clams when he decides
to lose the pleasure of her com company,
pany, company, and just the other day Mrs.
Marlon Brenda exacted half a n4..
lion for her4hort spate of bills('
with the rather bachelor prone
Brandoi
Cutting it down to basickl each
of Ty'S kids cost a half million
apiece, and Brando's one
iveighs in at the same figure.
Grandma always says 1 was "ak
good as gold and money official
buy a little boy like me,' but no nobody
body nobody ever ;suggested I jwas. worth
balf a million on the hoof: Gives
a fellow an pferiority complex.
They got you in the law courts,
and they got you in the press, and
they, have a legendary strangle
hold on you with that myth a about
bout about the weaker sex. x
It is painfully true, if you
count the widows, that man is

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feeble clay alongside women,' who
are stronger than horses, and as
inflexible as an-iron ingot in their
Motherhood is always in
there pitching tor the female side.
the4act,Shat men find them
necesarr to remind the men of
their basic frailty gives them
lock:on the de,al.
'Nd sir, the mere I thini it over,
Mrm Luce was wrong when she
said, Mr!Morse had been kicked in
the head by a hor4e. He 'wean t
4y24 orObe. he by a tow
Wheh, Mr.r,.Mqrse ticook 'on the
Dean of The Womia e had oci-n
hit on the bead by an elephant.
Mrs.ILuce' ladylike rejection of
the ambassadorship may be- pas
sibly compared to Mr. Morat's
unladjelike. exit from the Senate
next polling, time, ,,
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(Presented by tho Department
of Christian Iducation of the
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Canal ,Zono.)
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Citinthrials 15:S7 a'
VICTORY FOR DEFEAT DEFEAT"Thanks
"Thanks DEFEAT"Thanks bo to God, which
givoth us the victory through
our Lord Jusus Christ."
It bas been said that most oleo
lead lives of quiet desperation.
They'-dcrolt lalk"lbout it,'-ieut the
despair is deep within them. The
matt one knows people, and the
things that they live thruoiM
and with, the more this seems to
be proved. But it is not quite true.
No. matter what has to be
born, the Chrisfian's life need
not be one of uiet desperation
It can be one of silent triumph.
The world is never so awalle of
the Christian victories as it
ought to be, because most of them

'Actually l'affilre;,I;tice'" o e.s
much deeper.' than 'Ow r batie
a brilliant, beautiful ,w o m a n,
backed by 'the most powerftu
magazine emplorzin ',the world,
to become' ildt.blatadlilt43041'4
gcs dMvff tr the gorier:lit
bow well women. servk ag diplop
matt or ht ,.;Congresit.'.or.1111.tht
servo tomei-ay 1,5 the; tti,
Hons..-
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It is no secret that tidy pond--
clans, both Republican, and Dem Democrat
ocrat Democrat have tried to nomipate on.
of' tbleir sez for vice 4presideot
during the-last two-, COOYentilingt
and that some ,,politicians. emu&
dered Mro. Litcleti .W0 Brizt;
him oervicei, tor.,,,L, barely
more than a year,,,as a, atepping ateppingstone
stone ateppingstone for her proildential
M a Catholic,,it .was
believed she could counteract the
vote-pulling powers of Sen...Jack
Kenmdy, Democrat
The fact is that Mrs. -.1A1c0
served competently abd courage.
ously In the Mous...of ,Rep,restur
tatives. Furthermore; her voting
record, ironically, was pretty
much the same as that 6f Sen.
Wayne Morse, She viat a fight fighting,
ing, fighting, intelligent liberal.'
PROSSTRIAN.
CONt!IthlSWDM ''''''
..
Most other' WoMen serving In
Congress have been Ainglamorous
and pedestrian.
They try to' be too masetiline
too much a part of tho Congrea Congreasional
sional Congreasional machine which frwns on
anyone -who .ItIca AO' tiChwIlV17
dual. ,

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WASHING'rON ere is nit,
thing like a beautiful lady to up upset
set upset the equanimity of. senators,
the pose of diplomata,,And somer,
times the peace otiltegworld.
Ms has bees txur-from the.
days of He ler.O1 Troy to the at
et Clare-Boothe 4.ace.1 ,-.
As '- a resuli ;Washington ha
ban getting a 'greater kick out
of Vadat!' Lime vs.: Itorse than
the rev.olt in Panami;-.1he .criais
over Berlin, or iVta the-fact-that
De was barred from-lhe Gettys"-
burg golf course unleit he walk

By -and large, the ladiet
Congress. seem to be 'trying- Us
live down that famous,. first, Con,
gresswomen, Helen Rankin of
Montana, who wept publicly. when
called upon le vote the United
States into,,World Mar Iv
Mrs. Markil'ett Chige Sibitit'Ot Sibitit'OtMe.)1,
Me.)1, Sibitit'OtMe.)1, the only lady senator, is,
quiet, compe'ent v-respected. She'
seldom speaks, does her home homework
work homework well, hes phown great cour-'
age on Etch vital questions as
McCar hyism. When she opposes
annfie egnfirinstion, look out
Imas limTuy...Steltalt, the Holly HollyWood
Wood HollyWood ter, discovered when te
sought promotion from ''.resert0e
Air Force, colonel to brigadier
general. !Arai Smi'h stopped him.
Mrs. Marguerite Church (11411.),
is a great credit to the United
States at foreign conferences;
and with Sen. Ralph Yarbo Yarborough,
rough, Yarborough, (D-Tex.), was the,- only
Congressional rive sentative on
hand to. ,,coun'et Soviet parts partsmentary
mentary partsmentary forensics at 'be' Mexi Mexican
can Mexican presidential inauguration last
December.;.,9
Mrs. FrIncee:.4 P. golit,. of
Cleveland. 40hilt,?; operitteeottr
Congressiodal off4e witist' the. if i iciency
ciency iciency o' one who is rinning for
re-election every day of the year:
has beoome en expert on Afri African
can African affairs and has helped hol.

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are silent. 'Yir)sen aqqaps.cooquers
fear or frustration or anguish' or
sin no one'knovs but that man
and God.
'There 'are no bells ior the low
dividual victory days p? Chr.s Chr.sdans.
dans. Chr.sdans. There are no headlines
te 'spread the news. But the vic victories
tories victories are real, nonetheless, anri
the wars they win are the worid's
most glorious.
God gives to eath of us the
means of victory in His conquer conquering
ing conquering Son. God is for us, what can
prevail against us?

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Mrs. sftra cie, Pleat ,,of-IdalleiL Oott
Democratamand, totitarkt,ore
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MRS. LUCE'S EMOTION

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,,Whether Senator Capehut at A
Indiana likes it er tot, the tem- ''
pernment, emotioos and mental
tondition of,4 prospective titpto-'
mat, male dt tomatc",;thust he a
right of Unidellise scrutiny.
Diplomacy is 'too-delicate a j
'Isms these tod be, Otherwise. The ,lei ,leireports
reports ,leireports of 4 diplomat can change
the course of our relations, can ii
'sometimes influence questions of
peace or war.
-Both Capehart and Stores could
have discovered that Mrs. 'Ltice
haa been 'tinder psychiatric care
bY reading' her' own authorized i
biography; written by Alden
Hatch and published serially bs
the ,WoMen's Home 'Companion'
November through : January 1953-
NI, at the height of her eareer as it,,,
ambausdor to tome.
At -the time of her divorce am,
from George Brokaw and during
the Wall Street crash Of the Hoo Hoover
ver Hoover administration, four of
Clare's friends' eommitted stdcide,
and' "she' becinie se,,despondent 4
that the sought the help of a vs,. 0
'ehoanalyst," writes her biograbW I
Other emotional periods are
frankly reported.' "She who had ,
never lost her nerve in PhYlical .
danger' was 'terrified that she, c'
was 'kiting her''Inind,". recounts
Mitch' fegarding' "I binck shaft 4
of deeper" to which Clare drop dropped
ped dropped in late 1945. It was at thit
Point that she returned to her 0-,
riginal faithCatholicism.
lo Italy, Mrs. Lite did a Mil-
liont jobatter serious 'mistakes
at the. start. But she WAS SO SMO
tional,' So ,Intens,' eked se 'engross- t
ed 'in het wort' thit, again she ,,,
muttered embarrassing incidents :
-which,,.had she been a man.' et
might have led'to het Seidl.
' Most notable was her opposi- 4
lion to' the election of President
Gronchl and herpUblic tears in
the ditilemoti talleel 6f 'pada 'pada.
. 'pada. Ment Wheri-hrwai eleited.
Brilliance is frequently wrapped "4
IM inAlmOtion:,-And 'when,' aftet
three years in Italy, the eMbat eMbatSY
SY eMbatSY staff presented Clare with a ,'
gold medallion, she broke int" '-
i
tears. 'rrr. as she could, she w
no 'eble to stop weeping. Se h ',-,
husband suggested that the lim
hik come' to ., go back to Nee, '-'
York for a physical checkup. This
wag-what led to Mrs. Luce's re retirement
tirement retirement from diplomacy. ,' 4

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been of "Thomas Quality" (unidentified or mixed
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fourth week, Thisvwoulti ay &Ake
44 out to a 38-hour weak,phere,wm
indications the. Onion 4uld not
press its earliei suggestion of a
three,-month paid vacation every
five years as a means of increas increasing
ing increasing employment. The current
work week in the industry is 40
hours. 7 7, 4,7',
The eigbt Ttegog.atctr.5 ,,Patfer,,5.0
days in lwhic11-,- to, write., a new
agreement covering 500,000 steel steel,
, steel, workers. to iyoid, s 4 nationwide
steel strike .at midnight lune .30
when the .prtsent three year C,on C,ontract
tract C,ontract expires.
On the industrx team were U.
.S. Stieltx 11,.,,gortrad,;00pero, chief
negotiator., kfor .iiidustity;-

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Mdts, 'general eniinsel tor Beth,
lehem Steel, 'and C. Lumn,
general' ctuosel of 'Republic Steel.
' McDonald's 'allies included 1.
' seiretary-treasurer of
thd' ?tinfixf. R. Hagtie,
unkill Vice: president'u and Arthur
J. 'Giddberg, the utdon's general
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The negotiators -were tight:lip tight:lipped
ped tight:lipped as they came oi;t,of a two
and one-half hour Session.
-Cnoper said only' 'that the negn negntritph,
tritph, negntritph, would Meet Tuesday morn morning,
ing, morning, voila nbt 'itiFet' 'Wednesday,
but would' resume; on Thursday,
and ", Friday. He laid 'meetings
next week would be, held every
day but Monday.
The nig elklitt meeting
with thg sr contract
demands in its 23-year history. In Industry
dustry Industry negotiators went in with a
solid front proposal Itat t h
nresent agreemen' be extended
for a one-year period.
At the Crux or the dispute this
yeatin the hidstirs profit over
the giv The onion
says profits are substantial
enoueh to permit ,,the companies
to grant contract .demstuk with without
out without nising- mices an& atillleave
an adequs e return for -the com companies
panies companies and their. stockholders:
...The industry, ,contends that its
nrofits ar,e iniveadYpotoo low and
that Ahlorbiag further, increases

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Billy Glenn Newhouse, 22, ae
cused of murder. rape and kid
taping,' broke out of -century-old
St. Francois County jail Sunday
1Ito see mom for Mother's Day,"
and returned the gaol 4$3,1t, 't' "t,
His mother. Mrs. 31 pais N,e
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Mrs. Newhouse, her husband.
Bill, and an aunt accompanied
Billy Glenn b.,ck to the jail where
he told Sheriff Clay H. Mullins "it
was all a mistake. I shouldn't
have tried it." -
Three other orlsoners who es escaped
caped escaped with Newhohse were still ap
large.
Newhouse said he had gone to
St. Louis after the escape, but
decided to surrender and return
aftav visiting his mother.
Mullins said the escape was
discovered- about 6 a.m. Sunday
Seventeen. other prisoners in the
lail's one men's cell refuyed to
follow the. escapees who ,teat a
hole. in the floor of ,the cell 'with
a concrete bbackkandqdnneled the
rest tof the way with a spooir..--

in employment 'cots coUld lead o
a ruitioui-profit squeeze.
Both sides hive indidated the
desire to reach a peaceful settle settlement,
ment, settlement, bid tiiett diametirially, op opposed
posed opposed positdrii'' ,hdPfAii.', of
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WASHINGTON (tIPI) Vice
President Richard Nixon aP aPeealed
eealed aPeealed to church and synagogue
leiders today to impress upon
he nation's conscience thit racial
discrimination in employment is
morally wrong.
;Ile spoke before a, conference of
more. than 400 religious leaders,
representing .22 of the nation's
largest denomlnations with an
aggregate membership of about
100 million persons.
The all-day meeting was ar arranged
ranged arranged by NIXOn as chairman of
the President's Committee o n
Government Contracts.
Nixon said his committee was
responsible for seeing that there
its no racial discrimination in em employment
ployment employment by firms handling gov government
ernment government contracts. But its larger

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program of "education and con conciliation"
ciliation" conciliation" to eliminate prejudice
from all areas of employment.
"We need your help," he told
the religious leaderi."You repre represent
sent represent a tremendous amount of
power for good. I urge you to go
back' to your communities and
mobilize the moral support of the
American people for non-discriminatory
policies in employment,
and for the whole program of
civil 'rights for all Americans re regardless
gardless regardless of race, color or national
origin."
Passing laws. against discrimi discrimination
nation discrimination is not enough, Nixon sato,
because ''a law is only as good
as the will of the people to obey
it."
"There is a vital need for rec

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NEW VOEK:--tt-TPn Arthur
Godfrey, who-underwent an oper operation
ation operation for lung cancer 11 days ago,
will leave the hospital in about
two weeks and go to his farm in
Virginia, it was disclosed today.
A spokesman at Columbia-Presbvterian
Medical Center said the
55-year-old radio and television
entertainer watt cointinuing to re recover
cover recover satisfacterily.
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There .was no indication when
Godfrey might be Able to resume
TV-radio work. Doctors said after
the operation that he might be
able to resume some of his shows
in two months monthsSurgeons
Surgeons monthsSurgeons removed a cancerous
tumor from h:s left lung.

ognition in Amelia that this
whole field of disc mination and
prejudice is basically a moral
problem," he said. "We need to
educate Deople to obey the law in
this field, not only because it is
the law, but because the law is
tight."
Other speakers at the confer conference
ence conference included John Roosevelt,
New York investment banker and
son of the late. Ptesident Roose Roosevelt;
velt; Roosevelt; Dr. Martin Luther King of
Montgomery, Ala.. Negro minister
who led the 1957'Montgomery bus
boycott; A. Phillip Randolph, Ne Necro
cro Necro union leader; former Gov.
Alfred E, Driscoll of New Jet.-
sey; the ,Very Rev. Msgr. Paul
F'. Tanner, general secretary of
Ithe National Catholit Welfare
Conference; Francis Harmon,
vice nresident of the National
Council of Churches, and Rabbi
fullus Mark. vice president of the
Synagogue Council of America.
The spokesmen for. religious or organizations
ganizations organizations endorsed Nixon's
statement that racial prejudice is
basically a moral problem. All of
them emphasized in their -talks
that racial discrimination in any
area of life la contrary to Judeo JudeoChristian
Christian JudeoChristian religious teachings.

AGENCIAS HAGUS, S.A.

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t ot -century-old he nation's conscience that racial "We need your help," he told gro union leader; former Gov. exactness for precision's sake.
four-man teams representing the generar mail orRepublic Steel. !ring,' 'woke ou t s ndav r
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industry yesterday., .' -, .,. V.' Abbil'; seiretaty-treasurer of
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and Friday. He said 'meetings
caned with Newhotise were still at is; no raeial discrimination in em- as the will of the people to obey that racial discrimination in any
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W&g, ready 'to ,,ropose a program day but Morada. large. ployment by firms handling gov- it." area of life is contrary to Judeo- -s
Newhouse said he had gone to ernment contracts. But its larger "There is a vital need for rec- Christian religious teachings.
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press its earliei suggestion Of a dustry negotiators went in with a Mullins said the escape was swiaA, egewfdltij csbAs
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when the .present three ,year Pon- an adequa e return for ,-the com- Both sides hive indidated the
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President Richard fd. Nixon 111- program of "education and con- Montgomery, Ala.. Negro minister designing. He knows that plans must be practical as welf,.1 '.
pealed to church and synagogue ciliation" to eliminate prejudice' who led the 1957 'Montgomery bus as beautifuL That is why he will appreciate,-seTissoti if 1 ;
eiders today to impress upon from all areas of employment. boycott; A. Phillip Randolph, Ne- is a handsome watch and yet machined ta.micrometrion ', ;
exactness for precision's sake. r ,-
he nation's conscience that racial "We need your help," he told
These are the reasons a Tissot is the best watch for,: .,
gro union leader; former Gov.
discrimination in employment is the religious leaderi.---"You repre- Alfred E, Driscoll of New Jer- ,,ii.
' the young 'architectural student or any young man you f-'1".
morally wrong. sent a tremendous amount of sey; the ,Very Rev. Msgr. Paul
;',Ile spoke before a, conference of powei for good. I urge yoll to go F'. Tanner, general secretary of
want tO .see get.ahead. -'
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representing .22 of the nation's mobilize the moral support of the conference; Francis Harmon,
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steel strike .at midnight lune 30 out nixing- mices and, atillleave a ruitioui.profit" squeeze. offices to new quarters
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when the .prtsent three year eon- an adequi e return for -the emu- Both sides hive indieated the
tract expires. .' . .., ponies and their. stockholders: desire to reach a peaceful settle- Read Our Classifieds
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41RS. GEORGE WALES, One Of the Zone'e Milt charming liost,
lsses for the past 20 th011tht, Illd her htiebilift, Rear Adinirel
teorge Wales. let the ISthmuS thelly t MAIM til the States.
They boarded tht Grace liner Cecitla at Pedro Migutl locks
iarly this morning. Adrnirlil and Mrs. Wali 10011.1ne Well Welllinown
linown Welllinown in 10011 Niel clitiell during his ISAIllithedt here aS
;Commandant of the Fifteenth Naval Ditrict.

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Wilts CPO Itile Zititt 111,11, A freth;
Thin student at St. Olaf's College,
, Northfield, Minn., his been neM
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achievemelli And lied ht been &
leeted,for Phi Kappa Nita forn fornsic'
sic' fornsic' Bexley.
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A grduate of Balboa High
: Se11001, AO IA the titighter Of Mr,
Mid Mrs. W. R. Zirkman of Bal
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Par Naval niers Wives
The bOard of directors of the
NIVA1 offieera Wivek meeting Olt
month at the home of presideni
elect Mrs. it. Shimp, nAmed
flew eliflittlittet chillrfliAll to Serve
ditring tho flitting year.
Mrs. P; L. Jena ar. was named
chairman of the luncheon commit committee;
tee; committee; Mrs. E, Wade, decorations
Mrs. P. L. aibbons, totovenida;
Ntra, H. Noltaitnder, welfare!
Mrs. J. A. Eastwood, program:
Mrs. Edward Kasnicki. hospital hospitality;
ity; hospitality; Mrs. George Zeberlein, name

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PANAMA1 MOST POPULAR, REQUEST SHOW

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tsgs; Mrs. limpid Still, ways ind
means; Mrs. F. X. Canady, tiles
phone; Mrs. D. B. Crudup, ,pubs
licit y.
Officers who will serve with
Mrs, Shimp include Mrs. Jamas
Mercer, vice president; Mrs, C,
Read, recording secretaryt Mrs.
F. P. Draper, corresponding tees
Mary; and Mrs, L, V, Csstro.
treasurer.
The next regular monthly meets
log of the club will be I toffee
May ill st 9:30 st the homt of
Mrs, )V. S. Rodimon. Balboa
Rosd, lithos, Reservations or
monitions should be mad. ivi,h
Mrs, J, A, Yienttikan, Balboa MO,

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Mita lauii JO iht
Mow Bev Paativitio,
Mita Tom Leo Lula, dauahtet
of Mr, Mt Mfl, Chariest M. Louis
o' Criatobal, wag Alt Will Oftid114
of Ames, onijoaotenitintown. Pb
who participated In the Nahool't
annual MAY DAYPArtfiti Day pro.
smith thic month,
.ithe lc A MAttibAr of the tAA
Of MArtWbffiAtt Of thA11101,"
Min Louie la eophomore at
HAIM Aliti i MAJOtilit Spiv
Sesutt Metier
Mothers At Leninism
firOWiliti Of troop 63, Councils,
entorteined Melt mothers; at a
Mother's' Day luncheon ,flunday In
the Clittdefi 'loom of the Tivoli
Ducat. Houle.
The young tiON'Attlifi were Miry
Andrewq, Alice Smut', noitie
tenant. 'Merry linitesur -veer,
part, Andra Laird. Cathy ,Mur
tiRtietif Mantic 1111Ari fiCe A
Piaia. Alicia Itodrikuet. Sue Ann
nlvtittl 111111114011 Statlat,
Itobort A Botzenmayer i
Inotter of Trams 43, Mrs. Duncan
Laird, assistant leader.

Clirtmdu Imo WA Club
Hitua els4okollda
The Corinth, Women'o will
waeqin tommlnw wornintf At 9
With A flenoellflA hotV1111.111
All irieno,,,, who or nlanninet to
iAvp the Isthmu forthe Aummet
tylnths.
'rho n,rtv ho hold in tho
etimmitnity
14flk T optiftle
?Ant MrA. GriAplAti El lit

Op"rtle
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firgt Off"i stale visit tn Pone
John XXTIT in the Vatican
voqfprettv th 1(:)th enniverery
of the T ati;r144 PY;s4 twhiropi Ttaly
and the Holy Seer. The -PrAti'
,warde4 Cronehl the Order of the
TToly Croos.

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Huard Against
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sommay
witoie family will enjoy
011 feeling of freshness which
MikANA po'wder gives. For
pritkly heat. -rash. eczema,
diltlier rash J,j4i.Mat4i,4!
akin ir irMations
Mations irMations INA can On 14
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for

MI n10110 for all of your home,
farm or shop tool neet1A-the
611111 preferreti by projesAionals.

PANAMA AUTO, S.A.

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MOLOW Airing the bretty fatal models vibo ill &Inmost
in a fashion snow for the benefit of Patronata ilospitil
del Nitio Baturtily eVenitig Will be from lett miss It WI Chant)
Mim Denise Lte And Mi e Doris Louis. The event W 11 be held
it the Chinese club PIM MA City.

Meetings
Moil Class
The weekly drama elaii induct
ed by Len Worcester will Meet
Mit evening St 8 at the U80-.IWB
in
,
Numismatic society
Members of the Canal Zone Nu NuMISMAtte
MISMAtte NuMISMAtte ociety ate reibitided
f a meeting this evening jit 7:30
it the tIMOIWII. All nienibtri And
persons interested in joining are
urged to Attend,

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Diablo liellbt PTA
The laSt DisblO Height, Els,
mentary School PTA meeting for
the current school year will be
hold this SVening at 7130 IP the
biabla gyttmasium. The
event will be a farewell partv for
Sixth plide stutientS, end will feit,
titre stleetioltS by
dent chorus directed by Mrs. Su Subeet
beet Subeet Turbyfill,
Guest sPeaker will be R. b. Mi Michel,
chel, Michel, orhicitto of the Di Olio school
And PTA officers tot flit etotting
sehool year will be elected.

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Churchill treated'

On Return Home
By Airport Crowd
LONDoN tU01).it WhisiOn
Churchill, wearthil red t0111 ih
his Ottotthole. returned home
yeaterday froth filo Cipted
fie received a cheering ovation
from an airport erowd and kiss
from his wife.
Churchill'a plane was one hour
ah 10 late arrivifig hert
from NOW Ork, whre had
Spent the Week end f0116Witig
White House vimit with Priaident
Eisenhower The airliner h a
been slowed' by strong headminde
Over the Atilintly,
Lady Churchill walked up -the
landing steps to the airliner tO
greet the smiling Sir Winston and
kissed him as he emenect
The SS-year-old former prime
thitilitter Waved o the crowd wi'h
his cane and spectators applauct
td. Ho tipped his gray Homburg
in greeting to photogrophet
crowding about the plane.

SUMMER REGISTRATION
BAUROOM DANCE CLASSES
Climes for ages from 6 yeort; to 10 year, old,
(MEDAL, SILVER, 6011) AND fIRDNZE DROuPS)
May, 28th Thursday from 8:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m,.
may 29th, f4ill 5:00 0.111't to 7:00 p.m:3'-!,

Studio in WIrt Milmorial Bldg. next to K. of c.
Spreial WWI Hour Lessons IMMO
including Jamb Ora Pithy
Chlitken anti Teenage "SPECIALIS1"

HARNETT 81 DUNN

Also group ellie plinte IOW far adults,
Members of Dance Master, Danca Educators gad
Terns. of, Calif.

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Made t stay Actively Anti.
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Inhibits of destmyi ALL types
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anti ho problems -id the play,
South limply rata thr opening.
heart leed, tirswe trithip MIS
Sots titer tht diamtMds. He hie
to tftillip Mil to ;Wisp tho Mitt
he led afford it,
it died ihouitt not represent
nitwit of i problem in the biddhig
ot the very export' paitAiii
hold the hand itoppe0' k
iam my and leen feele that Ott
other ono at ilia
Mouth OHMS Olt hie -heart etie
bid it the itt IOW toid hie pert&
nor to bid the grind MAW Mille
North totitetide DM his jump 10
five wide ehotted hie lull,
etretigth and oleo mule it yrry
NM for South to go to gsvon him himself.
self. himself. I hove to twee With NOrth
Ind BM South fuil blame, stiir4
with South had a perfectly pod
opening tWo bid but Om to bid
of dietnotid Only.
Then afttt South jumped tt
three sludge North, itiOdo retilly
brilliant live epode bid.
South with lObitiott right at hie
own hand and it 'Witt hOte rit
quilled Ito feet of ifittlinitiod on
pert JO mirk North vilth
,I1VO epodes th tho are ge the Met
Aerial for his bid, Of course; ilia
'heart bid Old itivito root but
why pose the buck Ind Ask your
parther to do, somethitig you
dO Mined?

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South West North East
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theft I bid IL
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Foreign Aid Needed
To Alrica,,Far iast
Tio Block Comri

WASHINGTON (UPI) State
Departintot experts 1111111.today
thAt fAreigil Ala ttl
Afrita And' the Far East it nec.
eviler to block Communist aspi aspi111001
111001 aspi111001 Ind to meet the "intros
orrogonee" of Ned chins.
Two assistant secretaries of
state, Walter S. Robertson and
J. C. Satterthwaite, told the Sen Senate
ate Senate Foreign Relations Committee
'hat the Communists' chief aim
In the two critical areas is to oust
Western and U. S. influence.
Robertson, resigning from his
nt)St as Far Eastern chief on July
I, said the -freedom of Abe non.
CAmmunist countries of the Far
Elist is "well Worth all that it hos
dist".
He said that if it weren't for
e .S. foreign policy and its "in.
dilioensable supportt a number Al
Vitt Eastern countries would now
11 behind the Iron or Bamboo
CUrtain.
He warned that Red China was
becoming incteasingly arrogant
tOWard the rest of the world.
"It appears to care less and
lAkt about the opinions of outside
cOuntries,' he said. "It is deep'.
Ding a dangerops over-confidence."
'Robertson said the United
States Must continue to aid For Formosa
mosa Formosa as well as other free na nations
tions nations in the area. The Chinese
Communists, he said, are "out to
got" Formosa.
Satterthwaite said the 'MINI 'MINIate
ate 'MINIate Communist objective in Africa
was the liouidation of ell Western
and particulerly U. S, tfilluenen.
He warned that the Reds 'wduld
"exploit to the ltd1 the. 60eningil
created by the revelutiontry
and stselal, ferment now
sweeping the continent.'
He sold 'U. S. aid rrottrims
helps leaders and the people of,
Africa to "tiokle their preeng
!Menai problems" by 11011-totlaiWien
methods.

GLENDALE, Calif. (UPI) --;
Mil.' Eileen Cross. 22, gave birth
to her !second daughter Sunda lf,
On 'Mother's Day
Mrs. Cross' first child was burn
last Mother's Day.
"Next Mother's Day, I'm going
to be home takins care of MY
two doughtoto. Mra. Woo sold
firmly.

Pihni; : tiPloita6;
&ROADWAY: Sti LtdifiN, 11000 abli disenchanted with thir Caw. f,
, .; ,- ,-, .: A ,, tro regime,-despite his telly ,let1.-!, :1,
-Una' Horne,' vicetioning id ,Ett thulium tor the movement, ,,,, 7
rope, hea received y tempting of. ,, ,-,-,,i- 0,-,gg -A ,
tor from producer meter DOWAlli Either Villiame ;Wee wait ,',
who Anti her to recreatiq her her former Ausbend, Bee,lige,,, 1,,
iiihmileel rote when he puts are nuking Jeff Chandler frier-
the groedway, musical, on the .vous;- i ',Mao trim, once ,Xim 4,
screen with ,mott of ',,the ',Ago. Novak's chief adorer, it in 1, tho -,'
riort shot on'the island of slams!. MoOd to trtarty Pipet Latina it .1'
CA. lint .heen't 'laic", yell, hut She'll bay Yes, r
intimates feel she -won't le able ,.' ,,---rn.-.
to toalets --.loy, doee 0111.,tet- 'Itill HAIWOttil mots All Itheu ,,.'
work Melia ever NO't gt the to' got to Offitill wsivor Of digit., ''
idea of Lenny inlet' liw-cifered Mille ithiniiiiity,lt0111 Piklatim '", 'A
le sign the comedian .if lie,d Ate before she'll allow theit daugh- ',
Willing 10 teopii lip with will Rog. ter, Yastrlin,...to vial!, His ,iloyal '.,
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etA 1111,1i ,1 ever-undereetimeit ilightie in zurope tius Summer. ,,-
the power 'Alt seat, ft ii1 ce Rita feet! -he tight be tempted '',..
the Modell Award's Were pre. tO Veep the little girl with hint ,,'
gents& 'David NiVen'l price tor momently -if Se ettuld thtintb ,4
TVAtiest Mitring hiti CMS, up ei Mlle St tV,S, Mitt deeteed
100 percefit.i,,,--1-1-.Nt ,-, 4 1 - -;' -
'lie' Baira1 ije Routs 0
A famed i jai tlialireitiqa
tWo yeAre behind in paymetite of
royelties for hig recorttotopeny , -
1 .gdM6 6114 dillr6htltt ""a' iiip Mission Sent
titete, Atill weing for t it a i r
loot, believe he hu It hidden In -,,, -
Mitten, NI --battotie 'gassed lo --
his opening night audience in tes
10 tobind Wand
Vegas by dedleeting ,a number ., ,
flqiignei.s Tmheothteurtielitwewat, ,1,.wiliii:1M,,, :bet t i' 141
Memel for bree trig til3 hut Mir U A I OPIlitit ( )-4 ,,I
litititatn ei eell yostetoty ittackto
I Jeciamoo m ss oft dispatehed to ,,
IllY(Itiu ,VII.Thde: IVittutSkeinti"wMhttlfoeckati3011 this Atingle Wend to Area dell
ow york lotifty (At ,, ,,,,,,d. two world ,Wet li Japanese tiolo,
;geistGmleonritl clop mph tryliiiri,;;Tilitelornh 1, :tiortse,),vmeoutisgtternetkti itteont tilt!
tett forced -austlinsioir of' ihe op-
of hiih; he hits jour liablestliy a erltion
ft:Viler tide
...-4.a..6. . ,Yrtif',Tapate gdyerftignt. ilia
,,, t...,,,,,,,,,, ,t.i.....1.4,,i force was pushing toward it first
itt We ;10"FueitilfiliteitiIgl.;.,Ti bobtjeenctilvettatintr twiaiel'toi hi a; Ile
ting more Mid ;Inwhonetht
io observers if not to those in.: wil")11111.1"ti-trt.11" na
.,1 forced 41
volved Non-pros, might find it th" rto tePtrOlit, '' ',,,
herd to believe AO i 34 ,crisit ":1:Fh"1', ,,,TLt"l''"'"', ,',' 1 44:,11 a
-could Dave oectirrSd over witoth , el wit,u, 111 weOltos'an) hill'
tr or not Jorttue flobbine bed a 4., 1)1 "v"6" pffiglit Vt1111 litiurit
hex printed loam hill titmo. In WAN taken to A Village abide IA
the proltate (es he -hid, delay, eerioue condition hem ihe.-airio,
I, t TWO Japahemo neWemen also were
edly, in "Wed Side tglOrY" ) Dilt k i
k hitt simple bit of typogrery 'utillnitall"d find 1 PhlhO011y 11
;ell, kiiiitimthio, r,- attit, leglichtheitioht The Ottplitttbeek-liati--'ettiv'ed on
la jt,tt nto rrAlr ,treated fot stings.
included it scene gi -the lobbTit ot-, Lhill 11164 3( Wl11 'tiff Man"
tho thestre voiving imine t 0, Bay, Mundev On a inioiOn tn non.
Miele, Mt, tyttekt Thi 0.h., .,,, Kinehiehi Menke And try to toe(
tome idd 007, tett' tt, Hirod (Mode and eigt 4)
poser lute
gage rAmd, tquAlly itintiiiiii70 the holdnut SOldiete Mit of hiding. .1
hottlattlimitte hes been the eti etitehughthent
tehughthent etitehughthent ;the) inter-co ilitini
deetAno tO eletliiitio who's et 411,-tih11"18
lot litst Alf ,t111,0tiginiti forte of 40
Onods,....and Kotsukii WPre tilt 11
pitthleia 140111 lit
illesktily nictitation t th Me Closinirdaytot World Wm it.
press. Thirty-six of the Japanese, sob
, ob.. atii,gratitil4tri tit TT 111 MiPrilliab

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patrol. t; -t ,. 1
; (awn! murrenuereu iv Lida, wrues
mamma
in 1946. Another? gave up itl?1934
,
Drummer Buddy Rich flew tO
and, one, was .killed,by a Filipieb
Miami to effect a reconciliatio,
with his wite.?In al series of tele arm)!
phonet,,talks ?Alley ?,agreed, their .'":til, ''.-tt.tg' .;.- ,..' A ec,,,,t;e1;,1
one ehild means ,the 'Mid' to t..,..t?
Julle.Andrews
thetm and decided to- give mat-
riege snother-try-qheY holle a Lo
II, aves London
seeoed hbneyriltion m the Car--
belitt,w111 do the trick;, then BA- Wth New Hubby
dy PIM tO retUrn to (itithaill te I
rehearse t big new band for a
national tour. ',At thert's any LONDON (UPI) -- J u 1 1 b
,4Andrews of "My Fair Lady" fame
way to bealn twcipplaget 0,004
, ook off from London Airport to-
Paul Newifi an' wilir; 001 grim
method.Despite is 'night! edm- day with her brand new husband,
mitthent et the Martin eck, Tally Welton, for it Califondi
Where ItSWeet Bird of I'M is helleyniettn.
Playing, We pretnised tit attend The 13-Year-old actress, whb
the Phiteelphis prettliere of Willi-hi American and trial& ?
"The YOUR PhIladelphilins 1 On atititfieel as Eliza Doolittle, wee
My 19. Captured herself by het childhood
The Melly entertsinera denied sweetheert. They were married et
the right tb wait in New oris fit Marv's Church, near t h e
because of a rather inexplicable Thame River at Oatlands.
police regulation are taking heart Three thousand cheeriqg fatis
from it Los Angeles ruling which created such a traffic jam aremed
deemed it WicOnS'i utional to re the church that Stanley Holloway
quire cafe entertainers to admire who brought down the house ...V ...Vlipticisi
lipticisi ...Vlipticisi permit', Rom ,, vie, Jo ery, time he sanc"G,st Me to the
gefidarmes.",.; '. ,Z1, "f ,,,..)y g Pe ,0 ChttrCh,VOAAMe,' 1,1. nelitd)t didll't
.,Y ',. i '',,. ? ,' ;Make' it- ?' -? w -
.
Cashing Id o',- the topical ell- Miss Andrews herself ',was nine
Ability Willie Of their star. Su?' minutes late for the ceremony be began
gan began Hayward, producers of "Worn. cause of the crush of farts.
an Obsessed" plan to pen their Walton. a stage designer, his
picture in ii number of theatreF been courting Mis Andrews sines
,
simultaneously, using the gim sChool drs.
mick known to the trade as "sat- Actor Rex Harrison, the Henry
uration booking". .11onev-blonde Higgins of "MTFair Lady" Mr
Jo Morrow, the 19-year-old star nearly three years, did not get tb
let working in "Our Man lit Hon?, the thoroh. lint his son, Noel, wait
na" in Cuba, believes in living belt man-
dangerously. She's dating R 1 ti i 4
mallateilomwebitmememo
Seriches a Castro aide. The ,
Shah of Iran has ? employee lila -"',1 ''''..-
vestigating the financial state of plat 'Intri,tri,4' pi C,,,
Prinee Raimondo Orsini,' schedui '
ed to beeoma the Net kustund
ot former. Emprese oraye. I StO pElp
, d M
Harry Belafonte had hi peel- bi. ,,.. al
pone his Las Vegas opetithe for r'll'Idma I 7m eilw 1
a week because bil I i i 0 it V t; b di am 364.01 ,T $44111t
"Odds Againat Tortlerretes1,!, Will rkir,r,t,ror ...-et,
retIPPed up Woe then a.strpolte 4,'A,,,),.,,,,Aud ,,, z ,t;1
exoectod, ;-, ,4,,:',- ', '--r,tualuni .,,-".,- 4
, ,i,,L.., r -, L4iritell WI' the e 41
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Some ladies get to, tho.i hair, ,,P-0,0L'I ,,,,,7, It
dresser With II toed Ibeek"br k tistdn''" """'"''' ,,,
movie magazine 16 tead under "- "N" '
i t'
the dryer, but Mitzi 'Cityntor's e
trips to the beauty Sa1011, aren't -.
anywhere that thilr, tier sham. -) il
pooing and pin-durling are,attend- 'l ti 6.ii
f I .,
ed by an impressive 'lentourage of ti,
her husband, her director, end '' ,x;. 7 IT
stylist Marjorie? Fieldswho keeps s : '
things humming while IVLitlii i8 '4.
I O''
being coiffed. .Errol lelytin's '
chums report Mit, M.'s. conal!terl iblisompt

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Atti uriginal Aurce qv
ttlittillPii:010itthe!ta tAbitiA
the '64114'Motot or la WAr
Thirty-six of the Japanese, sob
diers SUrrendired to TIN, foreas
in 1946 Another?,gave up' 1934
and, one, was Jcil led,by, a Filiphlb
army patrol.
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Loaves London
With New Hubby

LONDON (UPI) -- Jul! ft el
,Andrews of "My Fair Lady" fan i''
:look off from London Airport to-
day with her brand new husband,
Tony Welton, for it California
h011eynittOn.
The 13-Year-old actress, whb
Willi-id American and trial&
atitilefitel as Eliza Doolittle, wile
Captured herself by het childhoOd
sweetheitiV. They were married at
St. Mit'V's Church, near t h e
Thame liver at Oatlands.
Three thousand cheering fele k
created such a traffic jam arOuild
the church that Stanley Hollowiy
who brought down the house ...V ...Very,
ery, ...Very, time he saul. "Get Me to if
Chtirch-2,610.1Imei.:;,1. neatly didilq
;make'
Miss Andreivs herself ,was
minutes late for the ceremony be because
cause because of the crush of fans.
Walton. a stage designer, his
been courting Mis Andrews sines
school days.
Actor Rex Harrison, tbe Heftily
Hievins of "MT.Fair Lady" itir
nearly three vests, did not get to
theroth Mit his son, Noel, will
beo man.
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mick known to the trade as "sat- Actor Rex Harrison, tbe Hefillp
Chtttains MEiCADO ifille 41514t141- 'hat the Communists' chief aim
in the two critical areas is to oust
Western and U. S. influence. three years, did not get tb
uration booking". Money-blonde Hievins of "MrFair Lady" Mr
Jo Morrow, the 19-year-pld star neerIF
Mitch 7.; ., !," ..., ..., --....,allikv.
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wisississikw.,,--, ----......, ,a A 1, said the freedom of ,the non. na" in Cuba, believes in living best man,
dangerously. She's dating R a ill
Seriches a Castro aide. the tettliteteffeveleseeliiimatille
Wilitaillesessmsotesseme l'i,,.,, o. COmmunist countries of the Far
Shah of Iran has employell ilia '',1 -i' 4'
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farm (trollop tool neet6file
hpand preferreti by professionals. Ding a dallgerops ovir-conft- the dryer, but Mitzi Gaynor's e 'N. s, 4"
deuce."
trips to the beauty salon, aren't
Robertson said the United anywhara that duir, iler shun.
tates must continue to aid For- pooing and pin-durling are,attend-
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mosa as well as other free na- ed by an impressive '1 entourage
lions in the area. The Chinese her husband, her director and ,
Communists, he said, are "out to stylist Marjorie, Fieldswho 'keeps :
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69 ate Communist objective in Africa
1)5e:tsavputtUag thin:8 humm,Ing while is e
Get thvone and only
being coiffed. .Errol lelynn't .1
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was the liouidatiOtt of ell Westerh ,
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Five:SessionJrainiiio program

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. 6a (rrincipien pi nop
nipWLod; Maiu.emea will
be aponsoreo, by loughs 699 4n&
8li of the international Associa Association
tion Association 0i;Mlninll,- "tt
Harold Birritt; Jr,;, wlU wadu
Wffinof tfuhinliu (AttlO)
under thi sponsorship el aUehin-
las' Lodge. BVK,r
throughthe suspicts of l
ma1 Canal Zone Central Ubw V
rioVind Metal Trades Council,
AFuCtO. will conduct i fcye-ses,
eipierot hop stew.rdershlo sad
Lod9 MBajeny' HsfOld Bar
Set 44 (Qovernnient EmpWyi
Will andUCt ttie series.
TM prdirafn is deillncd W dl dl-velop
velop dl-velop Ifl understandihi of thl i Ifi.
ditional shop sttwird's jod i
applies to mmn&tito
derat government. It. it
Th proaraffl illsb'liscUssfes thl
Ideals of 'fill tibef Movement, 8.
pecially as it wlltll to Mltll
savMBiBint entploymwt. K ,iki
to develop
ter" items, arid of. long-fS.nil
Ideili far which union memberi
afe illinc td ippty thfrfflselvei
Intelligently.
. "twi oragfim hii ilresdy been
taken to more than 40 Local

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i06d up h thi mlnutiroemi

Vary tenslbli Hotel Induct
TV and Ak Conditioning

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'U1iNEWY0RK
ON TlMtt lQUAfft At RADIO CITY
Arfrd'tri,'tJW. lttT.

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Lodgei ft! tho'LA.!!, w'lUUilted
with the uurlet 44 organization,
i& thl tfnud Utitess (i';V:1

All ; r office? s, 6fflffimeeffl6fl,

ahop r Itewards, and interested
member! .of unleai affiliated with
.ill AVCiO VUUm'O are In In-yltid
yltid In-yltid to lltind. Then la no cost,
flflt leislSh on the Atlantic side
will b held at thl American
Leelon Hilt, Criitabal On May ll
It! fl'Clock. .- a ; ; )
The remaining" Atlantic side
meltings will be conducted on
May SO, X 26, and 28.

First leision on tne Ficmc siat
will t.Slt1 nil Hi nn Mav l! at lh

induitfia Tfalninx Bldg., Biiboi

Meiahi, it f o'ciock.Tht

tne piciftc-ime

rfir nf

sirni will ba

held on 21, 2. 2 ind M.

two Rieetlngi 'with memberi of
the Idminlstfition of thi Pinimi
danal it a time to be announced
later.

Commissary Club

Ready

Making

for Dance Saturday

F.vprviiiiji ii beina read eo for

the Heme 'Cemmissary leciai
and. Sporting Club's ninth anniver-
urti 4nA 6aiAAfl rnrnllatinn lAmi-

formal dance at thliCliiflfl Vina
del Man Saturday flight.

Word has beeo received from" Wil'

lie "Morrisofl that the orchestra
is in tip-top shape fflf the oee'

sion. .- .,
The orchestra Jlflfl to provide
an interlude 6f .the music of yes-
terday dedicated ta Queen Hagel

and her court.
The QUien -Will b crowed at
midrtliht. aklM ever from her

Cleft f. Who was erdwned two

ice elnter, AlbeH Phillitig fjd

jeti wi'l play during tne list part
of the evening,

A few reservations Ire still

available.

-m il II' mi II ill

JWP Bridge Croup
Hoi Instructive
&inned
thl CUrrent Bridgl gMup, Kitt Kitting
ing Kitting ete Werfnpday It lltfl p.rti.
t thi USOiJWB, Continues with
another ini'rUcllv' period start-
lnt tomorrow,
GAririnimAh tVini f fa mlHoc a nrl

the feneral pubtic are invited to

participate.
Ttt- who hive hot ilreadv
lifted, uf- it will .ifltere'ited
tttiv haatM t anv WadflMrti

; 'fir fit !'. ,t)nsib :r. i .4-j .)

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Austriaris Oust
Commie Members
Of Parliament
VIENNA UPI; Auitrian vot

ers, who witched Russia crush
tne anti-Communist revolt id

neiehborifll HliBBifV two tnA a

hali yean IgO, nlve pushed thl

communists out ot tneir parlia parliament,
ment, parliament, final sleetion raiurni
showed today.
The general Illation, held Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, again made Chancellor Jul-
lua Itaah'l Cbniorvativa Punli'l

Party the top party, but only oy

nair.
The Pflrlhla'i ftirtv man th

In Uia iBJUmaBiha iirllmnt

loss of thru from thi IBM Hie

uons. toi atiuneniy inti-commu'

mmsi eooiaiiit rarty won 71 aiata,
I ealfl Of four, iflri fha fiahtwina

rreedom Party won eight aeati,

a gam ot twoi

IhP Commiitliatt inat all

seats they had held, They re received
ceived received a totil of 142,S& votes out
of more than four million ballots
cast i drop 6t more than is
per cent from H56.

PROMOTIONS AT iMORTAB BATTER buok sergeantl makl a cotoebielt "At MortAf Stt Stt-tery,
tery, Stt-tery, 1st Battle Group, 20th Infantry, Fort Kobbe, as two men are converted from Sp-5 to
trjlt tank and another is promoted from cdrporalt The other three men in the group Wtre
promoted from Pfc. to The nappy mertarmeh are, left to right, np-4 Dagfinh Attn-.p,
promoted from H8, fegt. Lnburn LOciart. promoted front corpOrftl; 8P-4 Henry A. Kflightpn,
promoted from Pfc; Sp4 Robert W, Widdows, pjrohioted from Pfc.; ggt. Malcolm Harrison
and Sgt. Ronald G. Combs, both converted from Sp-5. (UiS. Army Photo)

Stiffer Punishment For Juveniles
Recommended By FBI Director Hoover

WASHINGTON (UPlKFHI 01
ranLi 3. ttflouf Hnnvpr hn

asked the eourta and local com

munities to Use "Sterner meM.

Uftk" rtH XaaVHpa . hruta

tlitBHIlfc rinllRhilhHle BhhtrlhullflS

u the rapidiy.flsing crime rate,

He also requested from a House
Appropriation! S u b c o ifi m ittee
muney to hire 50 hew agents for
Ihh Mit-AHua f ilyandtHtlntHff hnf

investigative effort! ifl the' secur

ity and criminal fieidi." He noted

one of the irfmea under fb! jut--

isdiction.

He said thrifts were i0 bank rub
beries, burglariei and larcenies in
the year ended June 30, -1BB8. Hi
said that "not Since the gang era
of the. 1930s" had there been
tnere: ihw qo; vidla4ltjhil. the'
bat robberr la'w 'in v l2ionth
period;
Hoover's elOiCd dodf testimony

waa made public today, the 35th
anniversary of hii appointment a
head of .too f Bl.
The testimony also showed that
Atty, oen. William J itogea
fears' that -Hsa-wewflitig hp

reached the "danger point.' He
asked funds for a new Alcatraz Alcatraz-lype
lype Alcatraz-lype prisbn for hardened crimlh
aia. A Justice Department conr.
mittee recommended that the
prison be built nfikr Marion ILL
Membeis of the subcommittee
demand some convictions from
a special squad of lawyers a
sighed by the Justice Ocpartment
to crack down 6n crime syndi syndicates,
cates, syndicates, otherwise, the congress
tneh Said, the squad Should gd Out
of business,

'Monvef told the suBcommittee

that preliminary estimates indi.

catea tne numoer ot jinoui
crimes in 1968 wa,s it per ecu
h!gher than the previous recort
of fc,NMoO set In 19ST. He said
youths under 11 aCCOUhted for ll-

most naif tne arrests.

.'As traeie as th apifaiing

crime wave is," Hoover said,

"more serious is the terrify ng
pace of youthful lawkssnesi ac
conipanying it."
He ealied for an end of the
practice of -peeping names secret
ana. otherwise giving Special
trealthefit for juvertiieg icaused of

serious crimes.

Dean Peterson
To Wind Up Series
At Balboa YMCA

fhe Very fcev, Mainert J. Peter Peterson
son Peterson Dean, the cathedral of st,
Luke will give the final in the ser series
ies series "The God We Worship" on

Thursday at the fcalbol YMCA YMCA-utjo
utjo YMCA-utjo at 7 1 ao p.m.

The subject will be "Fulfilment

of God in Christ" and is the c'ul c'ul-minalion
minalion c'ul-minalion of the story of the growth
of the Idea of t)od In the history

of the Jewish people, as outlihed

in five previous lectures,
t All are ihvited, td attend this free

lecture.

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P4ppas, Triandos, -Loes
All Contribute To'f 7-3

Victory Over Senators

o
By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, May 12 (IJPI) Paul Richards
knows a little Greek..like Phi Beta Kappa, but he also
knows that Baltimore's Greek fraternity may supply
the key for the cluls highes finish in history.

--
The,three Greek players mho
,
lire kefping the Orioles up around
tht to,P.O.i the American League
are 14111 Pappas, Gus Triannos
L and Billy Loes.
' All OUthem had hand in last
,
sight s 7-3 victory over Washing Washing'
' Washing' ton which moved Baltimore back
--. I btu a virtual second-place be
with Chicago only a game-and
half behind first ,place Cleve Clevehnd.
hnd. Clevehnd. ,,,
q Papp celebrated his 20th birth
day by posting his fourth straight
victory without a defeat. Triandos
contributed his seventh home
run of the season and Loes came
to Pappas's aid in the seventh in inning
ning inning and succeeded. in "saving"
his fourth game for the Orioles in
the space of eight days.
Between them, Pappas and
toes held the Senators to five hits.
Pappas yselded four of them, iti
eluding Bob Allison's sixth homer
in the first inning. Gene Woodling
and Bob Nieman also homered
for the Orioles, who dealt Pedro
Ramos his fourth defeat.
It Was the only game scheduled
' In the American League.
in 'The National league, Los
Ang0les outlasted Philadelphia
' 11-10t'San Francisco smothered
PittsbOrgh, 14-4, and first-place
Milwaukee beat Chicago, 8.1.
Cincinnati and St. Louis were
,
not scheduled.
Norm Larker's squeeze bunt
with the bases loaded in the ninth
Innin scored Don Demeter with
the nning run for the Dodgers
other the Phillies had led 9-3 lit
i
One Sint.
Ed.. Bouchee's two-run homer
highlighted a sixirun rally in the
' fifth ',frilling that gave Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia its six-run bulge. The Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers tied the score in the sixth and
went ahead in the seventh but
' -Gene .Freese tied the score again
' ikt, up 10 with his tbird putph
--',... homo-, of the 'season tn the eighth.
',, Art rowler was the Winitar and
Jim Rearn the lose?'
Backed by a 20-hit attack, Jack
, Sandford coasted to his fifth vic victory
tory victory oaf the season in the giants's
- one-Sided triumph over the Pira Pirates.
tes. Pirates. ,.
,
' 1'
B Schmidt, Willie Kirklond,
it
't Jac Brandt ', and Sandford
', oac c o 1 lief it'd three hits,
; Schiaidt driving in four run.
, with, two doubles and a single.
,; Saropford gave up 10 hits, two
of which were homers by Bob
.
Skinner and Dick Stuart. Bennie
Da Nis started for Pittsburgh
and rotas routtd in the fourth
' wh 11 the Giants rallied for four
.
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Johnny Login's second homer
of the campagin and Eddie Mai.
thews' 12th helped the Braves to
their victory. over the cubs,-,
Leading 3-1, the Braves broke,
the game open in the eighth Ilit1C11
they sent 10 men to the plate and
scored five runs. Del Crandall
doubled two of the runs home and
Mickey Vernon's pinch single
drove in two more.
Bob Buhl' pitched seven innings
for Milwaukee to gain- his first
triumph. He gave up Chicago's
lone run in the seventh oh Bobby
Thomson's double and Dale
Long's pinch single. Moe Drabows
ky suffered his third defeat.'

CHS Tigers Enter
JC'CageTourpey

,
The Tigers of Cristobal' High
School will talce part in this
Tournament. In last year's cool coolTournament,.
Tournament,. coolTournament,. In Last years conn connnetitinn
netitinn connnetitinn the Tigers were edged
out tin tbeir opener by their big
brothers fr6in the Atlantic Side
when they were dropped by the
Uni-Sports outfit by a score of
47 45.

The sports scribe for the Tig Tigers
ers Tigers announced early this year
that this would be a building
vear for ,Cristobal,--Anyone who
has follokved the play of the
Cristobal team will agree that
much building has indeed taken
place. Many unheard of names
have come to the fore in recent
games and the club has shown
constant improvement.
During 0,4 scholaitic torn
Jose Cie() Don Hu ey,
Keith Kulig and John E se an
have carried the burden for the
Jungle Cats while youngsters Jim
McLoin and Bill Weigle have pil piled
ed piled lip lots of valuable experience.
If the Tigers can down the un undefeated
defeated undefeated Junfor College five to
night they will, tie the Bulldgos
of Balbog,, High 1$00101 !for the
second Plalle Spot in Itthe schans-'
tic league.
-
Although the boys of Cristobal
will not, enter the tournament
as favorites to win they will- enter
as favorites of all who love an
underdog and with this inspira inspiration
tion inspiration and g,"bot'ritght 'thei may
surprise 0,6e ',pf the higher rank ranked
ed ranked teams.

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LEADING
HITTERS

(Based on 60 official at bats)
National League
G AB R H Pct.
'Aaron, Mil. 25 105 21 51 .486
Burgess, Pt. 23 72 10 28 .389
Temple, Cin. 25 103 21 37 .359
Pinson, Cin. 25 1N 23 37 .356
Bouehee, P. 24 87 13 31 .356
Cimoli, SI. 27 106 20, 37 .349
Bruton, Mil. 20 80 A 27 .338
Mays, S.F. 26 106 19 35 .330
Moon, L.S. 24 88 18 28 .318

American League

Kuenn, Det. 19
Fox, Chi. 25
Keine, Det. 25
Maris, KC. 25
Power, Clev. 24
Runnels; B. 24
Ste land, Cle. 24
Malzone, B. 24
Bridges, D. 25
White, B. 29

74
104
103
98
100
91
82
95

89
66

12
12
11
19
21
15
17
19
7
8

Runs Batted In
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Robinson, Reds
Demeter, Dodgers
Banks, Cubs
Mathews, Braves
Aaron, Braves
-
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cerv, Athletics
Killebrew, Senators
Triandos, Orioles
Lemon, Senators
Maris, Athletics

Home Runs
NATIONAL LgAGUE
Mathews, BraveS
Aaron, Braves
Robinson, Reds
Demeter Dodgers
Banks, Cubs

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Triandos, Orioles
Lemon, Senators
Colavito, Indians
Jensen, Red Sox
Maris, Athletics

- LEADING,
PITCHERS

30 .405
40 .385
37 .359
33 ,.337
33 .330
30 .330
27 .329
31 .326
29 .326
21 .318

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23

22
21
20

12

21
8

7
7

10
7
7
7
7
7

(Based on 2 or more decisions)
NATIONAL EAGUE
W P Pct.
Sace, Pirates -0- 1,000
itlippstein, Dodgeri cr 1.000
Rush, Braves 2 0 1.000
Burdette, Braves 5 1 .833
Roberts, phillies 3 1 .750
Mizell, Cai'ds 3 1 .750
Henry, Cubs 3 1 .751)
Kline, Pirates 3 1 .750

.mgnaw.

AMERICAPj.tgAG,V4
Mc 'Ash, India 14 Si TAO.
Wilhelm, Orioles' 0 )1.000
Pappas, Orioles 4 0 1.000
Larsen, Yanks 2 0 1.000
Fischer, $enator 2 0 1.000
Walker, Orioles 2 0 1.000
Griggs, Senators 2 0 1.000
Baumann, Red Sox 2 0 1.000

No Recreatio'nal
Swimming,At Balboa
Pool Tomorrow .o.m.
The Balboa SwimmIng Pool
will bo claim' to recreational
swimming tomorrow, May 13,
from 1 p.m. on for tho second
inter-scholastic swimming meet
behvikon Cristobal, Baboa and
the Junior Co Hope.
Tho public is cordially invit invited
ed invited to come out and chow. for
sir favorite school and swim swimmers.
mers. swimmers. The' pool will mum Its nor normal
mal normal hours of potation Oft
Thursday, May 14.

6 r czi
ITODAY ENCANTO -25 -15
WAROO! 811500
Victor Mature in
Demetrius vs. The Gladiator'
Rick Jaoon in
.'RX., MURDER"

Y!.,'ZA

WOT HOPPEN'? Last season d through tho florid Series, bespectacled t,yne Duren -threw
, an
the ball so fast nobody, including the Milwauk?e Brave's, had a chance, .But American, teigue
batters have shortened4 Up on the fireballer this spring. causing Yankees to worry. ,' 4,

Or Ca....0S Unti,,.01 ...:D.0,0..40

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27.
2275 Yankee 'Doubieheader Swe.

Gordon Thiel, Mrs. Dick Eddy
Win Sports Car Club Gymkhana

"Man! Who plotted this 'course?"
This and similar commehts
Were heard at Madden airstrip
last Sunday as the Isthmian
Sports Car Club held a gymkhana
which was designed by Hunter
Dare, assisted by Dick Eddy.
It was a tough one, all right.
The drivers began with the con conventional
ventional conventional slalom around pylons,
then, given the end of a 40 toot
rope which was attached to an
iron stake, he had to prexcribe a
taut are around forward and
then reversing the peocedures
without allowing the rope 'to touch
the -ground.
After popping balloons with
first the left front tire, the right
front tire and, lastly, piercing one
with a spear, the entrant was
given, not a silver spoon, but a
large kitchen variety holding a
Wip.his left arm extend extended
ed extended from the window clutching the
spoon, he now attempted to park
his car in a minute space, lining
up the right'' wheels in an' allay
12 inches wide.
Rounding off the eveht, he then
proceeded at highest possible

,
unclogs Defeat
(HS Tigers 41-41
In Baskelball Game

The Bulldogs f Balboa High
School fought their way to a 47-
41 win over the Cristobal High
School Tigers Thursday ni gh t.
This was the final basketball
game of the interscholastic season
between the two schools, and was
exciting to the very end.
The lady from Cristobal le,d
most of the way until Balboa
mapaged to tie it up at the end of
the third period. It was nip and
tuck -during most of the final
stanza, with BliS moving aheati
during the final minute. The en entire
tire entire game' Was liberaly sprinkled
with fouls which accounted for
many points.
Kirkland and Pajak of Balboa
shared honor!! for ponts, Kirk Kirkland
land Kirkland with 17' and Pajak with 15.
Cristobal bad a very high average
on shots from the foul line.
The last game of the inter intercholastic
cholastic intercholastic season will find Junior
College and ,Cristobal squaring off
in MargaritC If Cristobal can pull
a win out of the bat they will
share second pl?ce with Balboa.

IDRIVE-INI
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PRANIEBNSTEIH
fr 1970
With Boris Kailott
' Also.;
BULLWHIP
with ,Cluy Madison
.

speedstill balancing the egg I
over a winding course and through t
a barrier only slightly wider than
his car to the finish line.
It was "Porsche Day" two of
the sleek little German cars i
ing first and third. Gordon Thiel,
in his new mint-green hardtoP
took first atid Bob McIlvaine, a
newcimer to the club, wheeled
his '58 gray coupe to third place
honors. Dick Eddy drove his MGA
hardtop to win second.
n the women's division, Mr.
Dik Eddy took first in the same
M A. Other entrants were Mrs.
G. Thiel, VW; Mrs. R. Mcilvaine;
Porsche, and Mrs. A. Weishaar,
Alfa-Bomeo.
The complete time scoring was
as,follows:
Driver, car and time.
JVIclivaine, Porsche, 6.52.3
Malik, Porsche, :144.29.7 t":.
'Mta: Porsche,'1 14.-
27i.5
'Negron, Triumph, 7.03
Dare, MGA Twin Cam 11.55
Eddy, MGA, 6.37.2
Henderson, Corvette, 8.17
Thiel, Porsche, 7.36
Mrs. Thiel, ,VW, 13.26.4
MGA, 7.03'
'Weishaar, Alfa-Rbmeo, 10.53.3'
Mrs: Eddy, MGA, 12.09.4
Thiel, VW, 5.49.5.

GUN CLUB
1101-ES
CRISTOBAL
Joe Xueter's individualistic va variations
riations variations on the sport of Skeet high highlighted
lighted highlighted the floodlighted shooting
at the Cristobal Gun Club's after afterdark
dark afterdark session on May 6, but all'
scores, were declared "pft the re record,"
cord," record," sinCe even Joe, who invest invested
ed invested many handicapping oddities in
the way of novel shots. Succeeded
in doing damage to only a mild
number of the targets thrown.
The club offers 'three more
chances in its regular progrim of
Wednesday afternoon. 'shotgunning
for the cream of Tsthmian wing wingshtts
shtts wingshtts to "get on 'em' over the
traps to be used in the annual
proving of relative abilities;i the'
frinding C. Z. State Shoot On May'
30 and 31,-when each aspirant for
respected ranking will be offered'
200 targets from 16 yards,,100
handicap, and 50 pairs of doubles.
Practice starts at 4:30 p.m, every
Wednesday.
The State shoot' is an official,
registered competitibn sponsored
by the Isthmian Trapshooting As Association
sociation Association and the Amateur Trim Trimshooting
shooting Trimshooting Association. More thaD
$750 worth of trophies and prizes
are up Or the winners,
Interested eligible persons not
already members of the two orga-,
nixations will find it easy to kik
merely by showing up, ready ,to
shoot at any shotgun exercises of
the Cristobal Gun Club, where full
facilities are provided, even to the
care and feeding of wives and
chiMren by Leo's specialists in the
art of inner contentment.

HAS ENOUGH RAIN
PIERRE. S D. (UPI)--A caller
who wanted to discuss "solicita "solicitations
tions "solicitations t o r weather erperimerfts
about the rain" declined yester yesterday
day yesterday to enter the office of State
Agriculture Secretary Ray Fitz Fitzgerald,
gerald, Fitzgerald, "My feet are muddy." he ex7
piained.

DArmaanivElGa,

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By MILTON RICHMAN,
NEW YORK (UPI) Casey
Stengel happy? Don't be silly.
So what if his Yankees swept a
doubleheader frOm. the, Senators,
6-3, and 3-2 in 10 innings
So what if the rest of the Amer American
ican American 1,4que b.a51, eome back to
hinl" land. his Brit Boniners
now are only .leur games behind,
the first-place Cleveland Indidni
"The big thing is that our Jilt Jiltting
ting Jiltting still is- lousy," grumbled the
Yankee manager, even after his.
team won its first doubtehader
o the' season Sunday.
"Oh, sure, the pitching was
okay, but what's so great about
us getting nine runs in two
games

VICTOR'IA
1543
ATOMIC 4
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THZ BRIGHTON ,,,
IITRANGEB

"Everybody's leaving min on
base, and', 'mean ',everybody!
You'd thiiik''inyl ball 'Wafers nev never
er never heard oi a base on ballS. The
whole pack of, 'em.
"Now you take Elston Howard
and I like the fella--you know
how many walks he got before
yesterday? Jtist one, that s all.
ThAt guy cin hit, Jernme1 tell
you, ,but, pPq, ilk 'Wall he ,ut.
"And It anal' only him, either.'
Tony Kubek had one too, before
yesterday; Norm Siebern had
live, and GII,McDougald also had
five.

The way my players operate
up there, at borne plate youl
think theie 1,was some- kind of
law against--getting a base on

'I know the word is, out to
throw my men low. Everyone's
'em right here."'
DemOnstrating, Stengel. put his
shoe against' the writer's ,trouser,
betwhen the knee and the ank&e.
(He should worry if the slacks'
don't. collie from the five-anddime
store.)
Washington pitcher Hal Grigis
revealed he kept his fast ball low
in his two-hit victory over the
Yankees Saturday,Atnd when the
inforthation Was relayed to' Sten Stengel,
gel, Stengel, he 'took on a knowing glow.
"See, what did' I tell you'' he
laid.' "Those ,guys. are np dum dummies.'
mies.' dummies.' They 'know' the. tore.'!
Even if -Stengel didn't turn
' (Aver 4iis Yankees'
Siveep of the Senators Sunday,
some of the Yankee players
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;hid turned:
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lime we won a Sunday doubts doubtsheader:
header: doubtsheader: .,saitt. second baseman'
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"NO, question,. these two ,tiicto ,tiictories
ries ,tiictories mide all of us feel a whoie
lot better,:bUt!, theri's stil1 a: long
way to go."

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Pancho Gonzale, four-times kmg
of pro tepnis, 'displayed champion championship
ship championship form here Sunday in turning
back' Australian, Lew Hoed 6-4,
6-3.
Thawin ear,ned, Gonzales an ex.
Ira $600. and gave the big Caft
forniair hie eighth 'win in 21
matches with Hoed. However,
,Gonzales leads An the',,everall tour
rstandinge wfth: it 434413 record.
is 21-1S, 4,
Australian Mal Anderson won
third place in the Salt Lake
pearance, of the' tour by -'beating
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Milwaukee 15 9 ..625
Los Angeles 17, 12 ;.586 -3,12
Cincinnati Itv 11 .569 112
San Francisco, ,...114 12 ,t .538,
Chicago le, 15- 483 (312
Philadelphia 41 tit dt,10 412
Pittsburgh 11 114 ..440 412
St Louis 18- ,,,333
Today's Games
Milwaulcee at Chicago
, Cintinnati at St Louis, (N)
Philadelphia at Lot Angeles OD
Pittsburgh at San Francisco

Yestirclay's Rosults
Milwaukee 200 110 050 12 0
Chicago 000 000 100-1 ii 2
Bubl-(1-1),, McMahon, Giggle and
Crandall. ,
Drabowsky (1-3), Phillips, B112
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(Night dame).
Philadelphia 10
Los Angeles 11 s
(Night Game)
Pittsburgh 4
San Francisco 14'
Only games scheduled.

Interschool Cage
Windup Topight
At Margarita

,STANDINGS
Interscholastic Basketball
Tea ms W L Pcit.
Junior College 5 0 LOW
Balboa High 2 4 .333
Cristobal High 1 4 .20
Tonight's Game ,
Cristobal High vs Junior-Co liege
By TREVOR SIMONS
The,,1959 Interscholastic Basket Basketball
ball Basketball champions, Canal, Zone Jun Junior
ior Junior College, travel tOE-Cristobal to
ni ghtfot-titigitlt
up game against Cristobal and
have been Aobbeeprohibitive fao
vorites to retain their, thus far
undefeated status.,
The Green Devils have coasted
to five easy victories mainly be because
cause because &their zne-two punch
the persons, ett the,,lowo Alexandec
brotherk Don, whose amazing
outside shots-have'played one of
the biggest roles, in :the College
success story; paces the loop with
10; points with brother 'Gary his
only contender with 85.- The two
brothers are- also engagui in a
tight ra ce for the!' toul'shooting
percentage. '--
TheTigers have'' few reasons
for putting an all,eut effort into
this finale at Margarita gym. The
Tigers zsvoul4 enjoy, nothing better
than to hand Stu-Brown's chargeg
their only ',defeat 1)1. the-season.
The JC collet) has taken every
opportunity to Q,"throw literary
'Jibes at ',the 'Tigers which, could
arouse them to what WOuld
amount to major upset win.
'A tristobal -win would give
them a two-way tie for second
placei With the Bulldogs from
Balboa High who have scored two
victories in their six outings.
This CHS-JC contest servs as
a final tune-up for the anual Jun Junior
ior Junior College basketball tournament

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Cleveland 15 9 .625
Chicago 14 11 '360 141
Baltimore ,,, 15 ',12 .558 Pi
Washington 14 .,14 .500 3'
Boston ''12 22 .600' 3
New York 11 13 .458 4
Kansas City 11 14 .440 41,4
,Detroit 9 16 .361, St
Toclay's Games
Detroit at Washington (N) ,1
: KansaCCity at Baltimore (NI' 4
, Cleveland at New York (N) 2
Chicago ,at Boston (N)

Yesterday's Results '-
Might Gams)
Baltimore 000 330 010-110
Washington ,100 100 100-3.
Pappas (4-0), Log and Trtan Trtandos.
dos. Trtandos. -,,
Ramos (3-4), Hyde, Valentinet,
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BkIS Golf Tourney
First Round Results

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The' dope sheets provedt,to .hos :
quite Sccorite 'is Jeff Kline, Leo,-
' Dehlinger, and Jake Vallarino
came in leading their respective
leagnes in the no handicap tour..
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In the "A" League division Jeff::,
Kline ,of Panama blistered the
back nine of the St!Amador course
With 3 strokes to com6 in with
a strong 71 Or the first eighteen
holes. 1. 41

Charlle French, all-around ath-411 4,
lete from .13alboa Iligh followed 74.,
closely With. 'a, fine, round of 77. 4'
Curt Srhwarzrock the third .1,,
position -although his ;4game was :
not in Its usual form. John Zelnick
whn won recent fame at, Summit, :
Lb cmenty riding', fourth.
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ln the "B" League bivision, the
group is really, Closely' bunthed.--'
LeccsDehlinger's 10 'puts gbinmitt- -"'"201'
number one spot fon now but he
pllowed so closely by so mthy,
good' golfers he has his yvork cut
rut to stay there. It is 11V opinion
that who ever breaks 80 during 4
the second round will win' this di division.
vision. division. Gene Fraunheim came in
second with an 82 folloived by
Bert 'Hogers with 83, Doug Ber Bereerg
eerg Bereerg with 84, Willi. Engelke 0- 41
Ernest Jaen-Guardia with 16's,'
and Bert Mallory with an 8.
As predicted, Jake Vallarino Is
ir the lead after shooting ,ari even
80. He currently had 4comfortable
leads over his younger; tomt)et,i.
tors, Perantie and,R.,Duran, for
the "C" League crown. Nr
The final round will be playect
at Ft. Amador Golf Course tf:
May 23. Starting' times will be,
posted on the school athletic bul-:
letin board.
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which opens at Balboa 1itursday.
night and runs through Friday;
4night. Cristobal's hopes for a,
tourney win are slim indeed, b4
the Green' Devils are being rated.
among the contenders and, out
one cart be expected ta. display,
some real earnest', baskithall
their final atarm-up before Pitt
opening of the big tournament.

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their favorite school and swim- shared honor!! for ponts, Kirk- 30 and 31,-when each aspirant for
met's. land with 17 and Paiak with 15. respected ranking will be offered "I can't remember the last
Cristobal bad a very high average 200 targets from IA yards, 100 at time we won a Stinday doutio- SERVICE'CENTER THEATRES TONIGHT I!
The pool will resume Its nor. handicap, and 50 pairs of double. header.' said second baseman i
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mai hours of operation on The last game of the inter.. Practice starts at 4:30 p.m, every Gil McDougal&
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YORK fUPI) Blond

e( the anki. today lujgeited -.
gat ?or caddies and a thre-prac
tice-routa )Jmt 1o put all 'compe 'competitor
titor 'competitor tm an even footing In such
Important tournaments ai the ap ap-.
. ap-. proachini U. S. Open golf eham eham-pioniblp.
pioniblp. eham-pioniblp. fc' Tboie preparing for'jhe (Open,
to be. held aV Winged JooUMlf-

rv ciub. Mamarooecir,. b. i vww

11-13, have made a.itart In we
e right direction. They will close
the course the aecond week be before
fore before the toronwment and open it
lor practice rounds only the week
before tlie tournament begins..
This preciu'dei ik practice and
itudy "edge" lor those who can
afford to srrive mu-cU earlier
k that tbt general ran oi eompeti eompeti-tor
tor eompeti-tor but, Meyfleid insists, officials
i atiU haven't gone far enough.

. et Big Edge

"Thye stiU havftlo Mowme?
thing aboljt? addiBB-; "clubbing

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Fortune HRs;

Hurls fid-Hitter

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their nlayefi." he insists, "and

they alio should limit the nuni
ber 61 practice bounds any com

petlto aaay.lpiay.-i t j
There: is aoiid- reasoning behind
Mayfield'a premise.
"Look at it thii way," he aaid
in proposing a rule that caddies
not be permitted to suggest which
club their player should ae..
"There are 150 players In the
field when, thf. Oper. starts. That
means 150 caddies but -no more

than 10 of those caames reaiiy
know their ; business when it
comes to "clubbing" a profession

al player.

This means that the 10 players

with the knowledsable caddies

have a terrific edge over the 140
players who hav to and should

make--theirs own aecisioos as id

what club they should play. Af

ter all, making your own deci

sions should be a part ot being tne

champion."

ftp' in.wwri

plfia, Mayfield argues, like tne

president of an automotive con

cern asking a janitor whether he

should bring out a new line of

cars. ; n-jf, i 4f5,

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'"I would sueeest that a caddie

have to temain silent under pen

alty of disquaaiflcauon of tne

player," aaid. the quiet man who
has given much thought to his

proposal. "Ail, ne anouia oo is

tote the bag ana nana tne prayer
the club-for which he is asked."v

.There have been times, in the
past when certain players applied
pressure to get the best caddy on
the Bfdunds.This has been avert-

ed this time Whith a blind draw

for baa toters. but the "lucky 10"

who eet the few expert caddies

on hand still will wind ud with

,thfl, big edge. Mlyiffldf!f?'ugges
tioh would strip' them of such an
advantage.
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' tiijt if they "gagged" the cad caddies,
dies, caddies, what would sortie of the
loseri do for aalUbi?

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Teams
FastUch
Atlantic
Curunou

Armed tmtyfr4'W

.The rattlich maJrteWMailP:

no-hit pitching nf fortune, miae
it seven in a row Sunday Ittcr-

noon at Jarman Tield, iort iay
Inn ThA nni wmt rallrl Mt -th

end' ol five innings to allow he

second gtm to get under,, way
Fortune was unable to find the
plate in the first two innings and
his seven walks plus, .two wiui
pltche accounted for all the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic runs. In the first inning

Field and Bath walked, Davis was
hit. Green walked scoring ; Ftelu
Houser walked and Bath scored

on a wild pitch. In the aecond in

nine Field and Lum scored on

three walks, an error,, and two

passed balls. :

Betus relieved Fortune In tne

fifth and retired -Rodriguet, Hous Hous-er.
er. Hous-er. and Dockerr on three consu-

cutive strike-outs.' Walnlo.J Atlan

tic starter, worked four complete

Iflnlngs during which he was

charged with eighteen runs on
turlv hlf

Rodiriguez relieved Wafhio in the

fifth and allowed three runs dn
two hits. . H.

The Fastlich team scored three

in the first ona double by L.

French, a single by Brandon and
three pilfered sacks- eight in the

secona on a triple oy f neater,
a single by' Reichart. and as they

batted around another double by

Priester and a single by Reichan:

three in the third nn a single by

L. French, a double by W. French

and three errors; four iit.the fourth

on singles by L. French, Reichart.

and a home run over center (teld
by Fortune, and three in the fifth

on a single by Ness and a double

by Friester,

' Yfo sat in on t private showing
of it light film L. Indianapolis ias.
week that very few people in this
-nunJ-v have.seen. .Insemar Jo

hansson, of Sweeden, winning the i
European heavyweight champion champion-ship
ship champion-ship from Joe Erikine.'of England.

Having seen it, we awe w un-i
derstand why it hasn't been widely

displayed. For one thing, it will
never, make the late, late show.
Since the Swede has yet to lift I

fiat in professional iury In an

American ring, tne omy une. you
can get on him under fire i$ via
the fUms.

Thr ar two that we know a-

b'out, the esoteric number,, and the
one which depicts his one round

tnivVmit of Eddie Machen. This,

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of course, U the reel mat is geiunx

the big promotional piay, ror mit

we see the nanasome t-year;oiu,
updated Viking in drematlcaUy
destructive performance.

Seconds after the bell Johansotv

Shoots a rlgb over Macnen s ten

and the San Francisco oatuer lop-

bles over on his side. Ail toia, ne s

down four times, r helpless hulk

itt tWo minutes and u seconaa. Be Beyond
yond Beyond attesting to the Swede.' pow power,
er, power, the film for critical purposes,

is unsatisfactory.-It'a altogether

tdo brief.

Th nthr film and one for which

no mass press reviewa. are ; being
held, containil four times as much

Mmbat foouie ana u mereiore

rit rial more revealing. What

you see is a ngnier wnopaw wiw

hi lab. hooka unuauy. ana missei

oitener with his right than the

lands. In sum, not very impressive

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threa for four. ;
The box score:
VFW TilNIR SERIBS

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French, I" 2h ,.
French, W., 3b
Bateman, lb
Brandon, ss
Huddleston, lf-e
Neas,. c-cf
Priester, rf-lb
Reichart, If
Fortune,, p

Margun, 2b"
Smith. If

Bettls, p
Atiantics

Field, c
Bath, lb
Davis, ss
Green, rf
Walnio, p-3b
Hauser, If
Dockery, cf
Lum, 2b
Bailkowski, c
Wilder, 2b
Scheidegg. rf

Base on Balls: By Fortune I

Walnio 4, Rodrlguer 2, Battles

Strike outs: By Fortune 7, Wainio
3, Rodriguez 0, Battles 3. Home

runs: Fortune, three base bits:

Priester. W.P.: Fortune. LP: Wal

nio. Umpires Selgallne and Nesi

sr. scorer; Doqson,

Which Johanson are we to see

against Floyd Patters o n bxt
month in Yankee Stadium? The
flash kUler Or the fumble bum bum-bier
bier bum-bier who had to labor 13 dull
rounds, to get a technical KU o o-ver
ver o-ver a bloke, so strikingly Inoffen Inoffensive,
sive, Inoffensive, that he was flattered in one

round ,by old Nino Valdes only

njontha before7 .;,

6ur 'conclusion, based on testi

mony of .the films, is that the

Swede, is strictly a right hand
nuncher. maybe aven just a

tnrower, ana mat in most otner
respects, by quality standards, is
actually ordinary, There la nei

ther flame no? finesse to hla lajfe,
Hand attack and liU das 1 n a

would scarcely have battled uou-dini.

And now how about the punch. '.

the right hand which demolished

Machen, highly rated at.z3 time?

The one round, demolition job was
by all odda Joanson's most spec spectacular
tacular spectacular achievement. And on the

strength of it he legitimately be became
came became the No. 1 challenge);.

tiod -along these lines is fruitless.

Also, a disparagement of an exploit
which speaks tor itself with gra graphic
phic graphic finaUty. ; The important con consideration
sideration consideration ia this: When Machen

was tagged he crashed.

Just the aame, off the visitor s
record, this was not characteritic.
Where was the killer punch against
Eriklne? (Brian London, if "you'll
pardon the expression,' stopped Er Eriklne
iklne Eriklne in 'eight.) And where was it
against Archie McBride, a vintage.
American (loser in 15 bouts here,
three ly knockout), who lost to the
8wede on points? : .',s v
There is -osly one possible pre premise
mise premise on which Johnason can be

aceepted as genuinely ..formidable
challenger, and that is to con

cede (hot a reasonable thing to do)

that between February; '58. when
he faced Ersklne and September

of the aame year, when he met

Machen, he somehow had develop
ed into a tremendous fighter.
Why the Bawling Out?

You may be mildly interested in

now we sot to see-tn mm in

which the Swede does so little to
revive the blood lust memories of

Dempsey and Louis. It's the pro
perty of AH Weill, who. is Broom

ing I young fighter, -Dave Rent by
name, for a prospective shot at
Erskine.
As we huddled in 'he studio dark
nesi,. our eyes fixed op the screen,,
the. man who made Rocky Marcia-i
no, grunted from time;' to tine,
wqrdjess sounds, which neverthe nevertheless
less nevertheless besboke clear and .confident
satisfaction. The screening ove?
the lights un. the veern manager
nodded, "yes, I think my boy
is about readv for him'
The foUowin" afternoon there

was an angry little scene, Patter Patterson's
son's Patterson's manager bawled out Weill

for permitting us to see the film.
Wonder why?

Pacific -Softball
League
By OIORCI 'SINCLAIR
econa Hand ianamg
Team! W L ret CB
Auernathy U t ill
Ceivecena ,ii 1V-j
Jamien v ? xz 4

Uiua iu o y

Mauricio. 3 14 17b 10

Satwrday's Jesuits
Abernauiy Glua Mariners 0

(lorieet).

cervecena 8 Maruricio 3.
ADernauiy held lirmly io first

place in lue aecond naif as tney

gained a 7 to u lorieit gnie

irora the Glud Mariners. With
this victoiy, the Unisporia una

themselves IV games ahead if
the second place Cerveceria Pan
Liquiao woo won the. nightcap
from the Ambassadors.
McNair Lane went the route
for the BeermeL to pick up his
season.
Mauricio scored one run in the

lira inning on succesiv ingles
by RusseU and Pucci. The beer-

men rallied lor two in their half

on singles by McArthur and Os

trea and Koslk's sacrifice fly to

left field. They added two more

in the second and three in the

third to "ice" the game.

Tbe Ambassadors tallied for

two in the fourth on Robblns'

and iarrell's singles and Rus Rus-seU's
seU's Rus-seU's triple which scored both

of them.

The Beermen added their in

surance runs in the bottom of

the 4th on Kosik's single and

Huertas' homer to deep left field

Chambers took the loss for the
Ambassadors, his second in two

smarts.
Russell, wth thi-ee hits, in four
trips, alone with Pucci and Roh-

bins, with two hi's aplce, led the
hitting attack' for Mauricio while
McArthurs, with two hits in
three trips, and Huertas, with

two out of four, led the hitting

with two hits in three trips, and
Huertas, with two out .i. of four.

led the hitting for Pan Llquldo

Throueh the week ending Sat

urday, May 17, the schedule

JHOOF BEATS
f By Conrado Sargeant

A

President Remon racetrack ste stewards
wards stewards had a nuiy, Weekend and as
a result, five .taor; Jockey are on
the aidellnes.
Amado Credidlo.i Virgilio Casti Castillo
llo Castillo and Jose Talavera topped the
list with six meeta each. Gilberto
Ramos and Sam Callender got four
apiece.
Credidio was, ruled responsible
for crossing Titit and Ciria on

the first turn with Frtjoato in Sun Sunday's
day's Sunday's fifth race.r.r

Castillo was set down for crowd

ing Carcaman with Lancaster at

tbe start of Sunday's seventn race.

Talaver. was penalized for cross

lng and crowding Nebrisca, Gavi-

lan and Don Lucbo on various oc occasions
casions occasions with Guadalcanal in Sun Sunday's
day's Sunday's ninth race. ..

Kadir. Rhea Calls, Sahi, Cleron,

Cordial and Aerial Trumpet each

got two weeks suspension Irom the

veterinarian for being lame.

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Eight ef the beat thorough thorough-brodt
brodt thorough-brodt now In training at the local
oval wore nominated yesterday
morning for the -$7,500 added ene
milo and ene-quarter Gen. Jose
A. Remon Classic which will be
run on May 31.
Buen Mozo II. Quidico. Santillan,

Constantino, Ml Deseo, His Majes Majesty,
ty, Majesty, Yucatan and Bob are the en entries.
tries. entries. All will tote 122 pounds,

except the three-year-old Bob
which will carry 114.
Yesterday was alto the deadline

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"Tuesday it&&i Ambassa Ambassadors
dors Ambassadors vs Glua Mariners.
Wednesday Jantzen vs Aber
nathv.

Thursday Jantzen vs Glud

Mariners.
Friday Abernathy vs Cerve

ceria P.L ,
Saturday T-rMauricid ys ber ber-nahy.
nahy. ber-nahy. -.-,!,
Saturday Cerveceria vs Glud

is Mariners.

for entries in the $2,000 added one4! f

mile Raul Espinoaa Classic fofnal Yf

tives. Only Janina, Nirvana. Lady 9

r-uoa, nnia, Henco and Jabalina.
were entered for this annual blue
ribbon feature.

The Raul Espinosa Classic ia
scheduled for May 24.
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Aragon, an Argentine horse
brought here by the owner of ,Mi;.,j
Deseo, was found dead in his stall Tl
Saturoay morning, apprently f-r K
natural causes. .
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Jockey J. P. Diai waa awarded

a wmning jockey's percentage aU
though he didn't ride a winner
AVr ihm nsaf at.AMJ

owners, Chusac and Poyser, were-

torcea to shell out to both Amado V
Credidio and Diaz because they s ,A
replaced the latter with Credidio

ne nan neen conireciea oy
them to ride the hprse. ":

J he stewards merelv stuck in :

the rules in making a quick deci- J

sion. i reoiuio roae Aidar to a photo-finish
victory in Saturday';. ?
tenth race.

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Loading Jockey Braufio Bae
ta's five winners last Sunday
uppod his total for this omtitr
to V 44 more than runner. ;
up Crtdirf'o. Jose Ullea 1 and
Sandine Hornamtoi ore tied in - J
third place with 28. winners each.
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Argentine thoroughbred Libera. -'
tor, a top notcher at the San Fe Fe-lipe
lipe Fe-lipe racarack in Lima. Peru, ws -sold
last week to Ricardo A. Mi Mi-ro.
ro. Mi-ro. This distance loving browa
son of Claro holds a few decisions
over the equally highly rated His
Majesty at one mile and one-half
and over.
Mlro's offer of $5,500 for ,tha

horse was the best of five mad .'
to track manager Pablo A. TlWf f
ver. Mito made down payment.' i
of $2,500 and will pay the other
$3,000 in purses. Agustin Soane will
do the training. (

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The main topic wilf.be about

the international Marlin and
SallfUh Tournament which is
scheduled to get under wey

May it in Panama Bay.

RHEUMATISM

rnnvr ta mum nf shunM.un.

ArtbrlU. Nurltli, Lumbafo, Sol Sol-tlca,
tlca, Sol-tlca, ttlff maieioi (wolUi
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Where Wat Killer Punch?
Was it a luckyrpunch?. Did he

catch Machen by surprise? Was
the weather a factor? (Even the
deeo freeze Swedes turned out In

fura and heavy coats.) Specula-

Bill Summers Denies

He Was Overruled ki

High School Game

MILFORD. Mais. (UPI)-Th

American League's senior um

pire, Bill Summers, Monday de

nied a puDUsnea report mat ni
had been overruled while officiat
In gin a .high school game here
last week.

Summers said a report that he

had been overruled by a regular

high school umpire In the game

waa falae, and both scnool otii

dais and the second umpire
agreed. The report, was not car carried
ried carried by United Press International.

.The report stemmed from an
incident in the Milford NorUi NorUi-bridge
bridge NorUi-bridge game plaved here In which

one oi tne tcneauiea umpires
failed to arrive on time.

v Summers, on leave for two
weeks from hit American League
duties because of virus, was seat

ed in the stands in civilian
clothes. Milford Coach Charles
Espanet and Plate Umpire Har

old Seavey of Framlngham 'pre

vailed on tne Upton, Mast., resi resident
dent resident to fill in until-the second
'umpire arrived.'!' 4 ;'

A question arose; minutes after
the game started on whether
player had trapped or caught a
line drive. Plate Umpire Seavey
called the play with Summera

concurring on the decision. Sea

vey, espanet and Summers

agreed that at-no time had any

one overruled the American

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" CUr and Rio Hato. Naw low
ratal. Phen falbot 1866.
PHILLIPS Occaotido Cattatat
Santa Clara R. da P. '-ami
ami '-ami J-II77 Crirfobal I-1671.
Houses
FOR RENT: Largo, eomploroly
furnished house next to El Can Can-areio.
areio. Can-areio. three bedroomi, Uro
'- yard, cohered patio (bohio) Juno,
July and Auguft. Calle 61 No. 2
Tel. 3-6055.
FOR RENT: Vacation quarters,
June 1 to Sept. I. Call 2-4319.
FOR RENT: Vacation quarters,
June through August. 6427 Los
Rios, C.Z. Telephone 2-4436.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Professional or
commercial office on ground floor
Idificio Urraci, corner Ave. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa and Federieo Boyd, 2 square
meters, $125.00. Call Panama
3-7038.
FOR RENT: Off ica space in
commercial building located in
modern business area. For com complete
plete complete information call Panama 3-
1650.
FOR RENT: Office space In
"Gloriela Building" on street ad ad-loining
loining ad-loining Panama Hilton Hotel.
Please refer to Foto Halcon (next
dor) or call Tel. 3-1179 and 3 3-6082.
6082. 3-6082. FOR RENT: Store opposite Sta Stadium.
dium. Stadium. Enquire at "El Eeonomi Eeonomi-co",
co", Eeonomi-co", Q street No. 21. Phono 2-
0192.
FOR RENT: Commercial space
corner 37th Street and Justo
Arosemena Avenue, call tele telephone
phone telephone 2-234 1
SERVICES
TELEVISION SERVICE
TV. Radios, Hi-FI Transfers
specialist. We'tervUa all makea
and modelifcWi ,eWf proton! to
r guarantee oufworlWe "oar-
f antee ft. ' P
, CRAWFORD AGENCIES, Tivoll
, Ave. 18-20. Tel. 2-1905.
Having trouble with your TV,
HI-FI, or Radio? Call U.S. TELE TELEVISION
VISION TELEVISION Customer's satisfaction
Workmanship guaranteed. Fast
Home Service. Phone 3-7607
Panama. 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Protect your home and proper property
ty property against insct damage.
Prompt acientific treatment ta
emergency v or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
LEGAL NOTICE
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
District of Canal Zone
in Admiralty No. 4837 Jose Arany
I,iollani vs. MV Beverlv Lynn.
Whereas, on the eleventh day of May.
19S9 Jose Arany filed a rem libel in
the District Court of the United States
for the Balboa Cistrlct of Canal Zone
against the Motor Vessel Beverly Lynn
her boats, tackle, apparel and furni furniture,
ture, furniture, in a cause of wages Civil and
Maritime.
And whereas, by virtue of process in
due form of law, to me directed, re returnable
turnable returnable on the 3rd day of June, 1959,
I have 'seized and taken the said Motor
Vessel Beverly Lynn and have her In
my custody'.
Notice is hereby given, that a District
Cojirt will be heid in the United States
Court Room, in the City of Balboa, Ca
nal ; Zone.
On the 3rd day of June. 195 for the
trad of said premises, and the owner
orl, owners, and all person --h'i may
have or claim any Interest, f r hereby
cttbd fo be and appear at thf time and
pl&ce aforesaid, to show cause. If any
they have, why a final decree should
not; pass as prayed
r. Joseph 1. Ktncald
J U.S. Marshal.
D Castro & Robles.
Prpctors for Libellant.
LIFE INSURANCE
en 1 1
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins, Co..
for rales and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
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9:90 a.m. to 12:A0
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Saturday: 9:0a a.m. to 12:00
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Apartments

FOR RINT: Modern and at attractive
tractive attractive one-bedroom apartment!
in now "HISPERIA" Building,
G-l Street. El Canareie, with
het water connections, laundry
conveniences, garage, etc. For in information
formation information call Tel. 3-6634.
FOR RENT: Apartment at El
Cangrejo, 3 bedrooms, 2 bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, maid's room, wash tubs,
garaie, hot water, $150.00. 01 01-g
g 01-g Building, Eusebio A. Morales
Avenue. Enquire apartment 2.
FOR RiNT : Apartments and
rooms, modern, independent,
"Davelly Building" at Rio Aba Aba-io.
io. Aba-io. Pbona 4-0553.
FOR RENT: Campo Alegre,
furnished one bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, new furniture, hot water,
balcony, garaqe. Tel. 3-1789.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedroom, living-dining
room, 3 balcony, hot water, gar garaqe.
aqe. garaqe. ate, 49th Street, Isabelita
House, $140.00. Tel. 3-4994,
(Mr. Sastre).
FOR RENT: Modern Duplex 2
bedroom, furnished, beautiful,
residential, conveniently, located.
Call 3-4994.
FOR RENT: Cool and comfort comfortable
able comfortable two bedroom apartment
located in 44 street, Bella Vista,
suitable for small family. For in information
formation information please call 2-145$
during office hours or 3-1988
after. v
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment, living-dining room,
balcony. El Cangrejo, Eusebio
Morales Avenue, 'Victoria Apart Apartments,'
ments,' Apartments,' $115.00. Phone 3-7138.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Landing barge
LCM6 with 2 gray marine dieset
motors 225 HP hull and motors
in perfect condition. Apply
Blok Agendas; Telephone Pan Pan-ana
ana Pan-ana 8-3397 or 3-7259 or Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3719.
FOR SALE: Brand new J. C.
Higgins heavy duty boat trailer.
Independent torsion, bar wheel
suspension handles boat up to 17
feet. Regular $379.95. Sale
price $241.00 SEARS ROE ROEBUCK.
BUCK. ROEBUCK. I.;A. TransUthnetefl High4
war f.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY: Car in
good mechanical condition with
autemaii transmission! $300,
$400:sh. Call Paname 3-4 181.
Quote Unquote
GENEVANS. Assistant Sec
retary of State Andrew Berding,
saying Bast Germany is welcome
at the East-West conference only
as an adviser:
"We cannot accede to this So
viet maneuver to Bet a kind of
full partnership for the East Ger
mans in this conference through
some procedural device sucli as
seating them at a table, whether
it is round or square.
NEW YORK Sir Winston
Churchill, returning to Britain aft
er a six-day visit to this coun
try:
"As long as the United States
and Great Britain are united and
bound together the future is one
of high' hopes bo'h for ourselves
and for the whole world."
CINCINNATI. Ohio Lt. Kurt
Franz Rossmcissl, surrendering to
the FBI after 14 years of freedom
as an escapee from a World War
IT German orioner of war camp
in North Carolina:
'I felt I wanted to set on the
right side of things. As long as
I was a fugitive, I was under
pressure."

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Government Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Yonr New Or
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
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AGENCY DEHLINUER
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Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
BLOK AGENCIES
35th 8treet A Juste Arosemena
Avenue. Building First National
City Bank of New York (branch)
La Rxpoilclon
announces Its new telephone
, numbers:
S-330T and 3-715

Automobiles

fOR SALE: 1957 ttatioo wagon,
Fordomatic, 6 cylinder, 6 pas passenger,
senger, passenger, radio $1800.00. Tola Tola-phone
phone Tola-phone 2-3271.
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet,
5,000 miles, 2 door, excellent
condition, duty paid. Call 3 3-7435.
7435. 3-7435. FOR SALE: 1958 Silver blue
Chevrolet Impala, sport coupe,
V-8, power steering brakes, De De-lux
lux De-lux radio, heater, white tide
walls, underrated 12000 miles,
excellent condition, must sell,
new $3,415.00 my price. $2, $2,-550.00.
550.00. $2,-550.00. Call 08-460 Ft. Gulick.
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
Bel-Air, conv. 6, two tone, tire
bat. practically new, transitor,
radio, extra speaker, vary clean,
mech. good, can finance. Qtrs.
89 Curundu Hts. Tel. 83-5139.
FOR SALE: 1951 Nash sedan,
clean $250.00. Phone 2-4341.
FOR SALE : Chevrolet 4 -door
aedan, 1956 standard shift,
10,000 miles. $1200 cash.
Phone Panama 3-0945.
Leaving for States. Will sacri sacrifice
fice sacrifice 1953 convertible Buick Sup
ar, Dynaflow, radio, heater, good
tires, price $250.00. Call 82 82-3162
3162 82-3162 8-4 p.m. or 83-2218 after
5 p.m.
FOR SALE: Leaving the Coun Country.
try. Country. Ford 1953, Mercury turnpike
c r u a i o r, Irvihgroom, bedroom,
Beauty Rest mattressV bar; Sim Simmons
mons Simmons couch, stave, refrigerator,
freexer. Tal 3-3489, 44th St.
No. 37 Apt. E.
FOR SALE: 1957 Chevrolet
Bel-Air, 4 door, sedan, prime
condition. $140.00. Call 3-6286
3-6426.
FOR SALE: 1552 Chevrolet. 4
door, automatic, excellent con condition,
dition, condition, new paint, duty paid,
leaving far States. $395.00
Phone Balboa 2-2450.
Help Wanted
American family requires services
of good cook, who will also clean
and iron. Bring references to
apartment 4, Plaxa Building, Ri Ri-cardo
cardo Ri-cardo Arias Street, Campa Ale Alegre.
gre. Alegre. American family requires
maid with good references. Must
sleep in. Apartment 4, Plaxa
Building, Ricardo Ariaa Street,
Campo Alegre.
WANTED: Ptrr MMm
work, for fully experienced maid.
Telephone 2-4436 for, recom recommendations.
mendations. recommendations. LEGAL NOTICE
United States District Court For The
Dlsllrlct of The Canal Zone
Cristobal Division
In wttr of th adoption of El-
ucunira i.iarKe. minor, vs. Athe Athe-lino
lino Athe-lino Jose Clarke, fathom nf tK.'
Defendant. N6. 2282, Civil. Citation.
To Athelino Jos Clarke
You are hereby required to appear
before the United States District Court
for the- District of the Canal Zone,
Crist6bal Division, at the Courtroom
thereof, in Cristobal, Canal Zone, on
the 21st day of July, 1959 at 9 o'clock
in the forenoon of that day, then and
there to show cause, if any you have,
why Gabriel C. Thorn, the petitioner
should not! proceed with the hearing of
his petition for the adoption of the
above-named minor.
, WITNESS, the HONORABLE Guthrie
r. Crowe. Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, this 30th day of April, 1959.
Sara de la Pena
Clerk of Court-
(Seal)
BysDavld M. Jenkins
Deputy Clerk
To Athelino Jose Clarke
The foregoing citation is served upon
you by publication pursuant to the or
der of the HONORABLE Guthrie F.
Crowe, Judge. United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, dated the 30th day of April. 1959,
and entered nrl filed in this act!
tipn
in
the office of the Clerk of the United
States District Court, Cristobal Divl
slon on the 30th day of April. 19S9.
Sara de la Pena
Clerk of Court
BysDavld ,M. Jenkins
Deputy Clerk
yiele
American Life
Insurance Company
MILITARY PERSONNEL
For .similar basic low N$L
rates charged by the govern government
ment government during; W. W. II.
Phone anytime Panama
4-0430
FUTILE SEARCH
BONE, Algeria (UPI) French
warships intercepted two Italian
freighters in the Mediterranean in
a futile search for contraband
weapons for the Algerian rebels,
officials reported yesterday. The
freighters Dulzar and Aron were
stopped and escorted here by
French navy ships, ,
LONG WALK HOME
LOGANSPORT, Ind. (UPI) -Logansport
high school track
coach Fed Kinder, 37, walked the
23 miles home from Kokomo, Ind.
as he'd promised his squad he
would do if they won their sec sectional
tional sectional 'track title.
Kinder confessed: "I didn't
think they would wia."

Miscellaneous

FdR SALE-7 Bui'ck Special,
like new, all extras, n be fi financed.
nanced. financed. 36' apart fisherman, re rebuilt
built rebuilt 145 Chris Craft motor, rata
than 200 hrs. hydraulic centrals.
Ship to shore, aute pilot, deep
frees. Call Belbea 2967.
FOR SALE. Airplane HP-126
Cessna 140. 2 place, IS HP, Co Colon
lon Colon airport, PJi. Cristobal 3-1942
or Gambol 6-222.
FOR SALE: One Collin trans transmitter
mitter transmitter Model 32V-1 and one
Collins Receiver Model 75A1 In
perfect operating condition. CiH
Raul G. do Parades, Panama 2 2-0600,
0600, 2-0600, during office ours; or 3 3-3074
3074 3-3074 after 6:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: Westinghouse re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, 9 cu. ft., new motor,
$35.00. Dresser with mirror
$6.00. Interspring mattress,
$10.00. Call Balboa 437.
FOR SALE : Automatic washing
machine, new 60 cycle unit.
Good condition. $85-00. Tel. 2 2-3118.
3118. 2-3118. FOR SALE: Otter Furcoat, aiia
14-16, like new, 75 less than
its coast. 43rd. Street Na. 27.
FOR SALE. Spinet piano $300
cash, 5748 Walker Ave. Diablo
Heights, 2-1615.
FOR SALE: Westinghouse 9
cu. ft. frteier, Jnside top, new
unit motor and control switch and
defroster, -vacantly repainted. By By-Med:,
Med:, By-Med:, $t$0W Call after 5 p.m.
6-363,
FOR SALE: Complete machine
shop, large lathe wattaehmnri.
drill press; circle saw, band saw,
welding, cutting equipment
wtanks, arbor pros. Let of ma machine
chine machine and weed working tools.
Phone Balboa 3147.
e r s o n a Is
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
P RAWER "A", DIABLO
OX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3.709
Burrow To Serve
In Hollen's Post

bPfDuring Vacation

Thomas K. Burrow, assistant.
to the chief of the Executive
Planning Staff, will act at chief
during the absence of John E.
Hollen, lt has been announced
at Balboa Helghtt, t
' -y'k ?r
Hollen left Saturday for the
States on annual leave accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Mrs. Hollen and their
son Michael. Before he returns
to the Canal Zone Aug. 20, he
will take a course in man no.
ment trainlnsr to be heiri hw
American Management Associa
won ai uoigate University In
namnion, jj.y.
LEGAL NOTICE
United States Diatrict Court For The
"""" wi in canal Zone
Crist6bal TlluKin,,
In the matter of th .Hnn,i- t
J1UIUO WllSOn. a m nnr ... T
, ... . piUH VI LJW
v.. wu,, ..iner oi me minor. Defendant
No. 2285. Civil. Citation. u"maam
io Leonard
Carrol, father of the
minor
VMI, a 1 1
before the United States District Court
ior me uisinct or the Canal Zone,
Cristobal Division, at the Courtroom
thereof, In Cristobal, Canal Zone, on
the 21st. day of July, 1959 at 9 o'clock
In the forenoon of that day, then and
uii io snow cause, u any you have,
wiijr nn uwira wriant, the petl
tioner should not proceed with the
hearing of his petition for the adoption
of the above-named minor.
WITNESS, the HONOHABEE Guthrie
r. Crowe, Judge, United States District
Court for' fhe District of the Canal
Zone, this. SOth day of April, 1959
Sara de la Pena
Clerk of Court
(Seal)
BysDavld M. Jenkins
i .Deputy Clerk
To Leonard Carrol
The foregoing citation Is served upon
vou by publication pursuant to the or order
der order of the HONORABLE Guthrie F.
Crowe, Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, dated the SOth day of April, 1930,
and entered and tiled In this action in
h nfflr of the Clerk of the United
State District Court Cristobal Division
on the SOth day of April, 1959.
' Sara a la Pena
Clerk of Court
BysDavld M. Jenkins
Deputy Clerk
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Home-Articled
FOR SALEs Automatic
Maytag
washer, like new,
Albreok 7J13.
Call
FOR SALE: 9 ff. Westing Westing-heuse
heuse Westing-heuse refrigerator,ell porcelain,
excellent condition. Bldg. 42-D,
Diablo Re., phone 2-3180.
FOR SALE: PjiII automatic
Washing machine, Frifidaire all
porcelain,1 first 125.-. takes ft,
bargain. Ave. Fern 35-25 Alex Alexander...
ander... Alexander... FOR SALE: Westinghouse re refrigerator
frigerator refrigerator $50.00, Bendix auto automatic
matic automatic wash machine $1 1 5.00, 1 3
Venetian blinds, $2800, fan
$10.00. Telephone Balboa 4257.
POR SALE; Leaving Rattan
living room, strand $250.00,
like new, bedroom tat $17.5.00,
Magic Chef stove $65.00. studio studio-coach,.
coach,. studio-coach,. Simmon bed $50.00.
Cuba Ave. and 25th Street Ne.
5-16 apartment 201.
FOR SALIl Westinghouse re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, freexer top. .Phone
Balboa .3791. ?
FOR SALE: Hi-Fi, console type.
Also two canary, cages with
stands. Call Belbea 2194.
Suspended Negro
Leader Still Urges,
Violence On Whiles
NEW YORK (UPI)A Negro
official of the National AsSn. for
the Advancement ofXolored- Peo
ple, who was suspended for advis
irtg southern Negroes to meet vi
olenoe with violence, said today
he would continue fighting for the
national organization to adopt that
policy.
Robert F. Williams was sus suspended
pended suspended as president of the Union
County, N.C., chapter of the
NAACP as the result of charges
filed, by Roy Wilkins, executive
'seretay, V
He was scheduled to appear be-f
fore the National Board of the
NAACP today to answer the
charges. But he postponed the ap appearance
pearance appearance on the advice, of his at attorney,
torney, attorney, Conrad J. Lynn, who said
that he had 15 days to. Prepare'
Lynn said Williams1 woulo W
ready to present his 1 cftst m m
before May 24. ,
Wilkins suspended 'Williams last
week for saying that "if it's ne necessary
cessary necessary to stop lynching with
lynehlnt; Ujeii 5we must be willing
to resort to that method."
Williams made : the statement
in connection with the acquittal of
a white man accused of the al alternated
ternated alternated rarte of a Npprn woman
Wilkins said in susriendinsr Wil-
Ilams that the NAACP' did hot
cottrttenance violence in any fotnuj
l,ynn said that wimams also be
lieved that Negroes should make
citizen's arrests"? of any white
persons committing an offense
against them,
LEGAL NOTICE
VNITEtl ItATES OT AMERICA
. vanai i.ont i.
United States District Court For The
District of The Canal Zone
. Division of Cristobnl
Charles McLean Bla'ckman, Plaintiff
vs. Silventon Beatrice Blackman, De.
fendant. Summons Case No. 2281, Civil
Docket 10. Action for Divorce.
To the above-named defendant!
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed, in the
above-entitled action withlh ninety days
aner tne last publication.
In case of your failure to s appear
and answer, judgment will be taken
against you by default for the relief
demanded In the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable Outhri T.
Crowe, Judge, United State District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, this 30th day of April, 1959. 1
Sara de la Feiia
Clerk
(Seal)'
BysDavld M, Jenkins
Deputy Clerk
To Silventon Beatrice Blackman
The -foregoing summons la served up
on' you by publication pursuant to
o the
order of the Honorable Guthrie T.
tne
Crowe Judge, United States., District
rnurt for the District of tha Canal Zone
dated April 30, 1S59, and entered and
filed In thi action in the office of the
Clerk of aaid United States District
Court for the Division of CrWtObal,
April SO, 195.
Sara de la Pena
Clerk
BysDavld M. Jenkins
Deputy Clerk
, v. .... ... .May 20
bey-
VIA CARTAGENA, LA GtlAlRAl
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Red! Estate -y
FOR SAL!: Lett J00 end 1,000
meter, m the Neeve Hipedreme
Urbaatxatiop- acroas the Jtemen
Racetraek. AU let with street
fronts, towage, water male and
electricity. Cal W. McBamett.
Tel. 4-0976.
FOR SALE) let 1,066 sguare
meters fa he beat location of
La Cresta. situated between "V
Street and new atreet. F!1 infor information
mation information please call TeL 2-21 70
from S a-m. to 11 aooe and from
2 p.m. to .5
FOR SALE 24 acres dean tirie
7 miles from Balboa: All kinds,
of citrus, coffee, rets f water,
road throught C.Z. Suitable -for
chickens,' n mosquites. See Mrs.
Lillian Taykr, 11-11 Central
Avenue, third floor. After 6.00
p.m,'
PenCanal Co. Plans
Improvement Work
At Corozal Hospital
Bids toe; now- feeing olicIted
by the Panama Canal Company
on Improvements and modern modernization
ization modernization work at the Corozal
Hospital, the bids are to be
opened May 29 in' 'the Adminis Administration
tration Administration Building at Balboa
Heights.
J':.
'The work will include the re
novation of the serving-dining
room, in the women's ward; the
construction of outdoor covered
recreation areas' in both the
men's and women's wards; the
construction of a solarium for
bed-ridden patients; Installa
tion of new plumbing fixtures
and pipes and the replacing of
doors on the first and second
floor, sof the men's, ward.
- Changes Jn the Women's ward
sewing-dining room will ln ln-eluaetih
eluaetih ln-eluaetih installation of tile
rescent lighting.
Little League
;4V
ViirlsUoys I
Four girls and two boys were
born at Coco Solo Hospital dur during
ing during the week which ended at
midnight Wednesday, according
to the hospital ropert. During'
this period, 68 patients were
admitted and 51 were dis-
charged. -Parents
and Mrs.
of the girls are Mr
Terry Pearse of Co-
ion;
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
King of Rainbow City; Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Austin of Gatun;
and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mellls, of
Margarita.
Boys: were born to Mr. and
Mrs.' Oswaldo Heilbron of Co Colon;
lon; Colon; and Mr. and Mrs, Joseph
Copper it Colon.
-W!: '".''
fchers Claim
Caffeine Is Linked
To Cancer Damage
ST. LOUIS Mo. (UPD-A nfta.
sible connection between caffeine
ana cancer was seen in paper
preseniea toaay to the 59th meet meeting
ing meeting of the Society of American
Bacteriologists.
Mrs. Pat Lingle, a graduate
student working in the Southern
ininois university research labor laboratory,
atory, laboratory, said experiments snowed
caffeine can "stunt the growth"
Of living cells. The extwimpnt.
were made with yeast cultures.
&ne reported that some cultures
are more resistant than others
out me, cells of all the cultures
underwent some mutation at a
ffetne dosage of two-tenths of
one per cent.
in same oi. nie tsts, 98 per
cent of the cells exposed to caf-
ieine sunerea. irreparable dam
age..
LEGAL NOTICE
United States District Court For The
Dlstre of The Canal Zone
Balboa Division
In the matter nf fh ih.4V ai
ma Ttlorfl Chamblee. Jr.. and Tl.hr.
Ann Chamblee, Minors vs. Alfred Thom Thom-a
a Thom-a Chsmblee, Defendant. No. 4B2S, Civil
To Alffed Thomas Chamblee
inn re tutrehv p.nulul ir,
to're: the United States District Court
iv. vow iib .vsnai z,one.
Balboa DivfHn,i jt the Courtroom
thereof, in Ancoihnsl Zone. on4he
forenoon 6t June N 15 at t o'clock
-4hefi5dv'0,ttit day. then ahd
thera teiihjwf,iiue, If any you have,
whV JfnajunK ,Tk vlttitfnm.., .nJl ffJn. -1;
Hummer should not proceed with the
hearln of their petition for the adop adoption
tion adoption of the above-hsmeH minors.
.WriNISS. the HONORABLE Guthrie
F Crowe, Jtidje, United Statu DlstrW
Court for the J District of the Canal
Zone, this 17 dv of April, 1SSI.
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(Seal) .. '.
. Br: Marian D. ewe
Deeutv Clark .i
To Alfred Thomas Chamblee
The forevln citation Is- served
Vou by publication
der of the HON(
tmnmant to tttu
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the HONORABLE Guthrie T
Crowes JudKe, United States Dltrlc
Court for the District of the: Canal
Zona: dated the ff Uv of Anrl. IMS.
and entered and filed In this action In
the office of the Clerk of the Vnlted
State District Court, Balboa Division
on the 17 day of April, ltM. ,
1 Bart de la Feflt
, Clerk of Court
, Bv Marian D, Bowea
Deputy Clerk

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Q. K I buy 100 shares of a stock

at 0, paying fl In dividends, my
yield is' JO per pent. If the stock
rises to 20&nd continues to pay
the $1, one. person argues the
yield is stilts pejr cent, anotner
that it is five. I
. You can get quite an argument
on both sides of theis question.
I feel, however, that if you .are
receiving- $1 a year on a stock
telling at 20. you are Betting live
per tent on your money, and, not
10. '",
The Talue of as Investment
changes. Your grandfather may
have bought that stock in 1910
for $1,000. But its value today is
$2,000 and if you xeoeive only
tlOO a year total dividends t
seems to me your yieia is give
per cent. After all, if you solo, it
ana put the money who sometmng
else you would- eompute the new
return without any reference- te
the 1910 investment, rrU-.
O. I am it my late 30i with aome
Con. Edison and Santa Ft stocks
On the advice of a friend who oas
done; well in electronics, I boughtht
100 General Instrument at- p zl,
It has gone up since then .but
since I have never bought specul
ative stocks I wonder whether 3
ought to take my profit, ji
A, I d be inchned to TotejUff,
While General Inatrumenf m lar
more speculative than your -other
two issues, it is certainly- the
sort of security a young man
seeking capital growth might
have. It has shown considerable
proeress in sales and earnings
and in increasing its potential in
military and industrial electro
nics. Recent reports hav all hi'
dicated long-term progress which
would make' taking of short term
profits seem unnecessarily hasty,
Q. We have made no Invest Investment,
ment, Investment, with a generous yields. You
realized, coufse, that sonve .time
between -'flow and jUiatnritywttuey'
may sell even. lower? then current currently.
ly. currently. But if you are prepared r to
hold to maturity' you, have) abr
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Afler Phone Threes
. NORWOOD, N. J. (UPI) A N
gro engineer awaited word today
of his white wife and three chil children,
dren, children, who vanished after telephone
calls attacking their: interracial
marriage.
Jean A. Brown, 35, an engineer
with the Merchant Mariner, t has
offered ca' rflOOO ireward forin forin-formation
formation forin-formation About hVWssing fam family.
ily. family. : -W
Police saioT-Sunday niffht there
was no trace of his wife, Louise,
34, who disappeared last month
with her three children.
Brown saidoa arnvd home at
8 a.m. &prtt,,to;fjrtB"his family
gone, ineir' utmusuuie, ui-xwin
house ,ia this prosperous Bergen
County community showed no
signs of a disturbance, and very
little was taken, he said.
"I .believe they were forced
out hot physically, but by
threatening and slanderous tele telephone
phone telephone calls because of our mixed
marriage," Brown said.
He said his wife had apparently
driven away in their 1954. red and
white Rambler with children. Jinv
my, 14 Mary, 10, and Stella, 4.
She took il.500 to 41.800 in cash.
two suitcases' with less than half

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sohitely nothing to worry about
Q. I hold Columbia Oas, Great
Northern; Van Raalte, New En
gland Electric- When should I
sell them? What do you look for ;

wnen you wiy stock i iook tot
yield and a strong company. I
have two children, earn ab.out .t-

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feel the shares art no longer do
ing the Job" you bought them lor.
As faryji can see yours stM

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what you look for in a stock. As
sumisg you want income firit and
foremost. Some people put less
emphasis on dividend income, and
more on growth, thinfe eyeryom it
must maw ms own decision on K
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For Air Force Tesb
'WASHGTOV (UPI)-Th Air
rofMfc disclosed today that
factories in three states are pro producing
ducing producing a rocket fuel that packs
three times the energy of present
three times the energy of present
fuels, .;
Lt. Gen. Bernard A. Schrier,
the -Air Force's new chief of re re-n;79ni
n;79ni re-n;79ni ide9Hamient, taid
Dquid hydrogen, expected to be
the "ultimate fuel" for ehemlcal-
ly-powered rockets, Is. teing pro-.'
uuira uj pram is m vnm, vamor-
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jief aiaj irwouia auow sun sun-stantial
stantial sun-stantial payload increases in up-
pefc stages missiles and space

. liquid hydrogen has an energy M

content oi almost three times that
of present fuels, end in combina
tion witlr liquid oxygen delivera
than other rl-nTwllaTit hat teirL
iQiiAfjfJbsctori te the natiow
il dispute over what hat
keeni
called the missile gap" between
the United States and Russia has
Kui Hl lllit fn,,l.t lr.
-w h-v U A ... l y-V. H1UJ
American- missiles.
Russia launched atelHtei
weighing; nearly a ton when the
U.S. man-madooeftg wwre less
than 100 pounds. -Schriever
said use of the more
powerful fuel In esdstinf rockets,
along with its use in nuclear rock rockets,
ets, rockets, ''signify missile and space
capabilities : considerably beyond
the h,orUon.M pre-liquld hydri
(geB,.JtechnokigViT 1
nth tiA iv1tVln uul 4S .UHA...).
"I'm sure she left In a hurry.
She didn't take any of her Jewelry
or much) money. She had access access-toi
toi access-toi nearw 7i000 in our bank a

cmins, 'nBrOwft: said. v
Browa attributed their disap disappearance
pearance disappearance to many telephone calls,
"mostly from women," threaten threatening
ing threatening and abusing the family be because
cause because "I'm part colored, on ny,j
father's side, and my wife W a

white woman.'
FRANKFURT, Germany i- A
spokesman for. temperamental
diva Maria Callas, explaining her
postponement of a concert in
nearby Weisbaden:
"Miss Callas was told the Ger German
man German climate was not suitable for
her at the moment."
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SPCA Rewards Hot Dogs, Cooi Cats,
Pepple Prizes Still Go Wanting

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prizes awardci by the Canal
Zone Socie.,y for the PreVentiOn
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pttli. and horse sholv given at the
Whoa Stadium, have not yet
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.yesterda. Holdess of any of the
winning numbers should com comnninicate
nninicate comnninicate with the secretary secretarytreasurer,
treasurer, secretarytreasurer, Mrs. Ellen Batley at
Balboa '2-3712.
The numbers are: first prize
fittl; &econd, 0764; third 0317;
t iittb, 0603; fifth, 0757, Lath,
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1840; ninth, 1510; tenth, 1924;
eleventh, 0374; twelfth, 0019;
thirteenth, 0101; fourteenth,
1)134; fifteenth, 0284; and six sixteenth,
teenth, sixteenth, 0554.
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WM:, Best Mixed breed kitten:
.4111li and second, Bette Stringer,
Samson and Dania. Best mixed
bleed cat, first,. Elizabeth Mul Muller,
ler, Muller, Fluffy; second, Gene and
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Jeanne-, Walker, Jewel; fourth,
. nny Catron, Tom; fifth, Va Vale;Smith,
le;Smith, Vale;Smith, Dianne.
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third, Mrs. Lilyan Panzer,
Bunker, Per Sian; and Diabli Diablito,
to, Diablito, Siamese; fourth, Michael
Doran, Tito, Siamese; and
fifth Mrs. Lenore C. Kerr,
Genghis Khan, Siamese.
, Best mixed breed puppy;
first, K. McKay, Cricket; sec second,
ond, second, Preston M. Trim, Jr., Fris Frisky;
ky; Frisky; third, Betty Ann Womble,
'rippy; fourth, Edward De Wall,
Twinkle Toes; and fifth, Bruce
McElheny, Happy.
Best ,mixad breektlog; first,
William''Lt Lewis, tkilfida; ed edond,
ond, edond, Audrey L. Conn, Light Lightning;
ning; Lightning; third, Valerie Smith,
Skipper; fourth, Mrs. Lee Be Beville,
ville, Beville, Lady; and fifth, Albert
Abreu, Jeff.
Best pedigreed puppy: first
Maria Leonard, Penny, Dober Doberman;
man; Doberman; seCond, Maj. F, Brent,
Baron, German Shepherd: third
Charlene Bishop, Duchess of
Balboa, Wire-haired Fox Ter Terrier;
rier; Terrier; fourth, Roberta Berger
Scote', Dalmatian; and fifth
Garry Ness le r, Wilhelmina
Dachshhund.
Best pedigreed dog: first, Mrs
Ursula IDewey, Prince Pedro
Miguel, Copker Spaniel; 'second
William T. Jamison, Panch,Box Panch,Boxer;
er; Panch,Boxer; third, Velma Medina, Tuffy

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Cocker Spaniel; fourth, Theo Theodora
dora Theodora Quinn, Paddy, Miniature
Manchester fifth, Robert C.
Panzer, Queen of Diablo, St.
Bernard; sixth, William L
Lewis, Brunehilde, Dachshund.
seventh, Margaret Rennie, Do Domino.
mino. Domino. Dalmatian; 'eighth, SBgt
L. E. Killip, Bandito,. Pelting Peltingnese;
nese; Peltingnese; ninth, Vera Aitken, Verar
Raseale Jr., Boston Terrier; and
tenth, Mrs. Leonard Meyer
Wieer Schnitzel, Dachshund.
The mo st intelligent dog:
first, Mavis Clayeomb, Stormy
Midnite; attend; Mavis Clay Claycomb,
comb, Claycomb, Tiny Shrimp; third, Bet Betty
ty Betty Foster, Tina; fourth, Mrs.
W. E. Scofield, Penny; and,
fifth, Capt. J. A. Flenniken,
Bonnie.
Fashion parade: first, Jef'
Sears, Otto; second, Mrs. L. W.
Chambers, MI r a, Li a; third
Ralph Ives, bon tipton; fourth
Theodora Quinn, Paddy; and
fifth, Penny Catron, Toni.
Also shown were Joey Brem Bremer's
er's Bremer's Bendira (goat) and Shame
Stewart's Blackie, (monkey).
Winner in the high-pump e event
vent event was Bunny Rudesheim. Her
mark was four feet, six inches
Harry Ashley and Marion Browr
tied for second. All othar riders
received ribbons and charms.

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Labassamailiikiassuossa isaaassassis.14;,Nossial
Owen who ran sway Frank whet found s Edith ...who Was 00
from tha coal thine! backstreet romance! young and lonely!
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eominanding general A USAR USARCARIB,
CARIB, USARCARIB, today paid -;tribute to,
four men whose years tot service
A. the United States 'govern 'government
ment 'government total 185. The four,
Charles C. Armstrong,',Ephraim
A.. Elliott, Clifford E. Cummings
and Wilfred A Beach,,had all
'served during the construction
of the Panama Canal. They are:
now working for U.S.' Arthy Car Caribbean.
ibbean. Caribbean. Each was presentde with a
Solid gold -pin with -blue' enamel
and two-point ruby zstone to
cominemorate 40 years, of serv,
lee for the U.S. governmeut.
Last tight they werelltteriliew werelltteriliew,e4
,e4 werelltteriliew,e4 cFN-'rv.
: uharies C. Armstrong, ,bevan
his career in 1911 as a tele.
phone dispatcher' at Quarry
Heights, which was known at,
that time as Ancon Quarryl
Rocks for the construction of,
the locks And dry -docks were,
then ',being blastecr- frorn the
spot. Manning the telephones,'
Armstrong had the responsibil responsibilfty
fty responsibilfty of alecking the trains which
were running on -different levy..
els. Explosions. did not alwayS
go off according. to plan, he
says., On one ,necasion. he -,wit7.
nesSed Ahe 'cornplete4,hirriar Of
a steam shovel and- crow as the
result of an accidentaL blasL
Armstrong is ono 6U-the ei ei-
- ei- vilian employes of the Army
who has participatedJn De-
partment of Army' .iorre .iorrespondence
spondence .iorrespondence .courses to further
his education. In 1957 the
Quartermaster school at Fort
Lee gave him an "excellent"
rating 'in a Property Account Accountability
ability Accountability and Responsibi lit y
course, and he earned- a "su "superior"
perior" "superior" rating in double entry
booldteeping in 1958., Now, at
the age of 63, he -is enrolled
hi a college-level aCcountinf
course. He studies ,at
home in Caledonia.
Wilfred A. Beach, who is now,
employed as an optical instru instrument
ment instrument repairman for the, Ord Ordonce
once Ordonce Section, ilega4 ita a Water
boy and' sWitchteridet .for the
Panama Railroad Company in
1909. One of the projects he,
worked on was the building of
the Amador causeway with
rocks from Culebra Cut.
Clifford E. Cummings entered
government serVice in1911 as a
Aeitehboard Operator Sok tile
Panama Canal.' In those days,
there were no auto ma tic
phones, and hiejob was to co coordinate
ordinate coordinate the pouring of cement
into the lock walls.
Ephriam A. Elliott entered
the U.S. Goverment service on
Dec. 8, 1911 as JAW'S kelp kelper
er kelper at the Hotel TivolL He re remembers
members remembers the Tivoli as a "gay
place" with a plethora of tour tourist,
ist, tourist, distinguished visitors and
sparkling '-eocial functions.
From the hotel he went to
work on Pier 4 which was bY
the old French Canal. He re re1
1 re1 members General 'Goethals and
his "Yellov Peril" railroad car.
'When the Canal was opened,
Elliott says, 'It was a big day.
TODAY

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MARTHA Hirtil
ARTHUR tarIMEDY
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LEORA DANA'. JOHN PATRICK and ARTHURDIEEKMAN
Sow' am N'erosl by JAMES JONES I. etninms(;op 1.4 METR'OCOIOR
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The tie ith bis

white suit and Panama hat that
he alwa3rs woreand he was just
as excited ;az the rest of us?' A Among
mong Among the other famous people
of whom Elliott treasures per personal
sonal personal memories areCol. Gorges
Franklin D. Roosevelt and Pres President
ident President Eisenhower.
- In his private life7Elliott
active in church and benevo benevotent
tent benevotent societies. He is a mem mem4ber
4ber mem4ber of the 500-hour club with
714 hours of unused sick leave
aceumulated. to date, Jlisktome
is in. Rio Abe
These four men aro the only
employes who Qualify for the
40-year On. There are 57 who
will be presepted with 30-yeax
pins, 419 Who.,Will ',Pet 20-year
kpins and 2534 ;who will be a aWarded
Warded aWarded 10-year.1 Piro. The 10-
yeitr pins are bronsevwith whits
enamel..The 20-3rear pins are,
sterling silver -with red enamel
and the 30-vear ,pins are gOl gOlfilled
filled gOlfilled WI blue ep,amel.
,
comINP -SOON!
pros
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odventurm
011 a trek
jot
forbidden
treasure!
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WAZTER DIAMOND and his son Stevie support each pther in 1
Theatre Oui ld comedy which opened last night at tile Anton pi

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Before I actually beg- in this re-
ha.' I'hAstOtr. 111.41ii,o es.s1.
view of the' Theatre Cuild's cur-
rent 1 comedy production, I want
to address a -special Itford to 12-
year-old Stevie Diatnend. -
The thing is. Stevie, I am: go-
ir,g ,,to make a few very compli-
mentary reznarks about your per-
formance. I am even going to
say that you outdid nearly every-
one in the showincluding your
mom and dad.
Now they may not like this,
Stevie. Although your mom and
dad are pretty good sort of folks,
they may get jealous of You be-
iii,ri,ight at the top of the column
and,' utell, You knew how it is
with grown-ups, they can Idndi
take it out of a guy, "-- t,
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I am net saying you art, going
to hlivo trouhlp with thAhf Ate'.

to hlive trouble -with thein- ste7, biting-ner nails, ,--and 1 0 o.g 1 n g:
Charming Int on' the .iiiiint tYf bys,
viet but just in case your old
man starts getting grumpy and terics. She ,niedn't have worried.
cuffing you, or cutting your pock
'.. She did a fin job. It),,yas )11 well.
04'11611'09J r Itiur ma stops you knit production, :with, s.' rofession.
going to the movies or starts iil touch which did not even suf.
. fer the usual first night calatni calatniI
I calatniI tot ILL: --''', siL auz I ties. ,, ,

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Thig weather report for tha 24
hours ending 8 a. m. today Ls
prepared by the Meteorological
and Alydrographic Branch of the
Panittni Canal Company:
Balboa 'Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
91 85
Low 75 78
HUMIDITY:
High 92 92
'Low 61 go
WIND:
(max. mvh) -NVV-112 N20
RAIN Mathes) 06
0
VVATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 80 83
,
LAKE ELEVATIONS:
, Gatun ptke 83.65
- Madden .pant 219.84
' BALBOA TIDES
WEDNESDAY, MAY 13
HIGH
Time Ht.
7:13 a.m 13.9 ft.
7:22 p.m 13.8 IL
LOW
Time HL
1:05 a.m. ..; 1.9 IL
1:2T p.m 3.1 ft
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sswolt E APESTEou't
A, dooms FRANK MARCHAL
obb; 111:0 JtAll:011
PHILIPPE ELAY

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?making you eat-luo
I Inn et., .ttrlenft.;.t.e A.
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bage ei iornething; ltist yett.',cbme
around ta the Panama-American.
We know tow to: deal with that
sort, of thing, ., : - '; -.:."''
As, I was saying, Stevie ,-,131i;
mond reallribitAlleett laekpot ,tin
first appearance Am- 'the' Theatre
Guild stage,. He, hadAjong Tart,
rever muffed a line. well,, nor
did his Ma and Pa for Abet maV
tcr, but I've said enough about
that already. -.,.,. -'
The narne of the play is "A
Holt.. in the Head' by Arnold
Schulman, a, warm human' eto-,,,
ry of a ., wayward widower 2,and,
his son.: I': caught sight,'Ilr,Cathy,
Wilbur,;.,:tbal,directut;lest, night
sitting,1;,onZthe,,,:balcony -,-; mitelde:
the'. bit:A.7-46V -41,,Z,thi- ---;Threatf
' 1:"--
- bitinglier - lails -and 1 o al I n g"
Two t ;fore newcomers to the
Theatre gttild stage were Sol
Farbman and, rhis wlfe Evelyn.
They-13011pm to )1ove a nitue4
al gni abater' aughe.- They
Olayed a husband And wife part,
howeVer,i,so perhaps they didn't
have to act so hard.
Talking about newcomers. I
saw a fantastic figure in a bright
yellow bathFobe wander across
the stage at1 one point, Ttry tell
me it was Hector Dottie. ''-',
Not ,ao good as Hector, but ve,
LOVE'S riRE WENCHED
- TRENTON& Italy (t1111-Luigi
Dellagiocomal -29, was ordered to
trial today'ile,no' sett'pg
fires on his friend s form.
Dellagiacoms,7a fireman' by' trade
protested he was. right there to
put out the and anyway
they were.neceshry for the pur pursuit
suit pursuit of his love. "She didn't love
me enoughr he said-of his love,
Guiliano Morandini.
t,',
Nothing ma kes a mon feel
worse than to get:a low -grade' on tf:
hiskidis homework.' NEAT
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