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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Newspaper
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English
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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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]
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Panama -- Panama

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

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signations in ,President Erhesto
de lit Ouardia's government
and a serious cabinet crisis was
being aired today in several cir cirTbe'''epeculation
Tbe'''epeculation cirTbe'''epeculation was, brought
about by yesterday's resignation
of Inocenclo Galindoeithe ?rest ?restdent's'
dent's' ?restdent's' brother-in-lawy, Irorty his
post ,,as Comptroller General.
Galindo quit over the 'handling
of his report on ari investiga investigation
tion investigation otthe handling of X'anama
City lunda, -,
.:11akint'."; what Galindo',de.
Seribed odevi o s short
euts.",Distilet- Attorney FGe FGe'rerde
'rerde FGe'rerde de Leon' yesterday 'used
'the reportIbto 'order the outser
lot CitY, ounellman' 'Samuel;
' the toteptreller's neph nephaluithe
aluithe nephaluithe rresideot'S nePt14'
meatriaggi,,itotl swo 1
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Lewis, wha,' eraployed as
pUblic relations:director of the
Housing and -.Urban Institute
illT11)' also rfeigned his post
yesterday.

,
Both Galind0 atd nepheW
are, members' of ithe PNR
'Win, 0f -the' National Patriotic
Coalition led by permahent U.N.
delegate Alejandro (Tote) Re Return.
turn. Return.
, This hai ted to the speculation-
that both Remon end
Health Minbter Heraclie Bar Barletta,
letta, Barletta, another PNR leader, will
Om resign Auld possibly de decide
cide decide to bolt' the party. Bar Barletta
letta Barletta b also second vice-president.
First- vice-president Te TeInistocies
Inistocies TeInistocies Diaz has taken no
part hi. administration since
inauguration' day.
The oppOsition newspa p e'r
Critics: also, speculated this
raorrang that the new Minister
of Government arid Justice Jose
, Hazen leo would reSign his
.
In aadltion,' to Orderitg the
ouster ,Of the three councilmen,
04 De Leon also suspended the ,1,2
Other Petunia, ,City councilmen
from 4,heit!., posts and, -ordered
the ,arrest of the forraer mayor,
city treasuret and the auditor.

Tuna Boat Delayed
After eaman ues
s
- TA ,' '),'' ; ''' '- ,s,
Ship For Back 1 ages
A II11;flag iuna clipper Wall kt kttached
tached kttached here brie. by tbe, Dis District
trict District Marshal after a disgrtmtl disgrtmtled
ed disgrtmtled crewman fired when the boat
reached the 'Canal Zone, sued the
' ships owner for unpaid wages.
Joss Aranyt believed to be a
Hungarian :with Panamanian 'pa 'papers,
pers, 'papers, ,was ,,,,, discharged Stmday
bight after a reported disagree disagreement
ment disagreement with Capt. taul Lynn owner
master of the .tunii boat Beverly
LPL ,"- ,, I': '" '
. -, : le' ,1' t,,'' 1 ;11 ', ,t
-
. After' Arany signed a ', formal
C9mplaint; U.S. District Marshal
Iloseph Kincaid 'ordered the, fish fishlot
lot fishlot mat seized.. 't' 1, ,,,,:', z:
, The crewman's complaint therm
Sid that be, had worked zon ,,,the
boat as a solderer and machinist
front Feb."2J1 to Mar.' 25, 1 'and
, that after that date be had been
assigned regular fishing duties. He
1(4
esked agreed 'wa es for the'
earlier period and per ton es
bis, wage share of t a .tune catch.,
, The Beverly Lynn was en routtto
Puerto Rico with 230 Aons of
ftesh tuna. '4'
" : 'After, nogotiations with Arany's
, attorney, David Robles, Lynn a-.
1 greed 'yesterday, t,to ' settle I the
- claim for a figure slightly under
the $4 per ,ton asked in the tom,'
,', plaint. ,, 2 ". '' ,"
,,,,, The tuna boat was released last
1 bight to, XOSUM. i its homeward
7 journey with the I perishable cart
, go. '', ,,,": ,,, ,,,

1

The first test was designed
to qualify grades.), '2,' and 3
clerks under ,the newly insti instituted
tuted instituted Canal Zone Merit System.
A second 'test was given -on
May 9 for typist grades 1: 2
and 3 and for stenographes
grades 2, 3 and 4.
Of the total tested in the
latter group 185 were aiming
for tYpist qualification and 81
for stenographer. About six or
seven hi ten viers non-U.S.
citizens.
Final result of the second
group of tests will not be known
for several more days,
Frick pointed out ,thit
next step is to completa appli application
cation application Tonne for all persons
qualifying on the tlerical tests.
Firie,PS, processed applicants win
be certified and their names re recorded
corded recorded in the first white collar
registry orthe employment of of'
' of' rice.
As clerical workers are' re required
quired required throughout the Canal'
Zone establishment they will
be drawn from thli tertified
retistry. 4 , '
The -Jirpist arid stenographic
group, will make up the Second
Of these -certified registries of
Qualified collar ,,, yorkers.
Previously the only existina
registry since theiCentral Labor

,
TEGUCIGALPA,' MaY 13 (11PD.
The rivernment; rushed. troops
and ,planes to western HOTICitintS
taar to track 'ilown the rebel
raiders who .seizeds the town of
Oraciat Monday ,and held it o.-
vernight.;,.
An official announcement
said the raiders,' led by Maxi Maximino
mino Maximino Belarano, are "in flight
closely pursued. by local troops."
Six persons, three on each
size, were killed in the rebel at attack
tack attack on Gracias, which is the
only fighting reported so far
Gracias is about 50 piles froro,
the Guatemalan borde, but it
was not certain immediately
whether the rebels ,were head heading
ing heading for Guatemala.
' Official sources denied radh
reports that rebels commanded'
by Col. Armando Velasquez
Honduran refugee leader of the
"invasion" from Nicaragua that
failed earlier this year, a r e
, "holding of western Hon Honduras,"
duras," Honduras,"
, They said a check with anthor anthorKies
Kies anthorKies in Costa Hica, where Waa Waal:glee.
l:glee. Waal:glee. has been' living since' the
failure of the invasion attempt
confirtned that he is still there

Invesliiators Probe

5caltered Wreckage

If AEI '' I ii I t.

Of Viscount Airliner

.
BALTIMORE, Md. Mav 13
(1.1PI) -:-Investigatcq; sifted the
scattered wreckage of a Canttal
Airlines Viscount tods,y seeking
the. csuse, of the explosive crash
which killed 31 persons.'
Reports that the plane ettioded
In the air raised the possibilitY of
sabotage or structural failure in a
thunderstorm-, But civil aero aeronautics
nautics aeronautics board safety director Os OscaeBakke
caeBakke OscaeBakke said "it's too early to
speculate." ,,
'rhe CAB tailed a conference of
investigate teams to amine the
findings ', of, experts who, were
rushed to t,he scene 17 miles North
east of Baltimore shortly after the
crash ,at 3:15 p.m.. Yesterday Yesterday'
' Yesterday' The ,',' jet-proo plane, capitall
flight 75 'from 'New York' to Atlanta
.disintegrated in the air. The man
,gled buries -of its 27 Yoassengers
and four Ietew members were
scatterecti- OVar a

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em

'

With ihe fitial scorilig of the clerks! qualification test given more than 230 aPplicants
,
on the ktientio,'ii-n' Pacific sides', tbe tanat.toneCentral Employment Office today Mov
,
ad one step Closer tO establishing his first registry of. rated, white collar workers'for,fu workers'for,futura
tura workers'for,futura emPloyment,,,, , i -,-. ,,,,,, ,, , .,,,,','
' Compilation of scoring for the first test, given' May 2 at the; Taralso mid Rainbow
, ,
,
City-schools, was,cirtpleted yesterday, accor5ling 'to Cordon Friclt of the Clvillan far
senner Cpordinating Board ' ,- t
' Of the total tasted 106, slightly less tharf bail ,passed' With qualifying ecoresrFrick
,
said., ". '' l';'''t
.
, Nearly 80 percent of those taking the test )11"re non-U.S. citizens.
,

Cuban Envoy
Still Hopes
To Free Rebels

t;Vtio:Ifjs
To' AddiOss:-
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Office was established hu been
for laborers and helpers, ma manual
nual manual grades 1 through 5.
Out of nearly 7000 aPPlicants
initially processed for these
work categories a total 'of 245
have so far been certified and'
placed on the active registries.
First formal hiring from the
new registries is expected in the
near future.

Balboa Girl Injured
In Auto Mishap
On West Bank Road

,
An 1.11.year.old American
girl .driving on .the West Bank
yesterday Jost couyol of her car
and turned ,ovet after skidding
several htmdred feet. The girl,
Jeanette Gau, ot Balboa, was 'ad.
mitted, to': Gorges Hospltal last
night el, with body 'contusions and
a severe. laceration ever. tbe left
eye. -,, 14, ,T
,
Itembertek;Enxigne Saldape, 19,
Panamanian, a passenger itt the
car was unmjured in the mishaPt
,
MiS;tratt Aitightet al Panama
Canal etholoye r,,Gittk IllaS travel traveling,
ing, traveling, on ''.jhe AA Ina& towsid 016
CocOltZAtintinitien.,,dtunp;-, While
tWlowing urvn t halt-Mile' be beyond
yond beyond tits '''''"' junction's? of K-9
with Bruja Itoail she lost control
of the car, skiddirtg a considerable
distance on the gravel before turn turning
ing turning over. The car came) to reit 'oat
ita' right hand side the'high.
way.

,
,.
-The injured girl was admitte4
16 Gorgas by Dr. R. 14, Nichols.
' Balboa police are investigating
the, accident. .,

lone Restricts.Bus
Service In 4 Toms

Ninning Saturday

Provisions for the regularly
franchised buses and for school
buses to be the only such vehi vehicles
cles vehicles entering the Jtreets of
these coznmunities are contain contained
ed contained in an amendment to the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Traffic Regulations
pertaining to highways, upon
which buses may be operated.
The amendment, which be becomes
comes becomes effective Saturday, was

,oie,',4,,k,404,004414140., 44.,Mi4fi.ii&$,..iwA' '.AMeozz'Atzli
OICTORY OVEIC THE CAY4Allo;When SU. George Harriser,-
merged trOM the,Tallaina' Canal this morning after his bWIM
from the Atlantic to thelatitt0 oceans, he Joined a small, select

Bus service in the communi- iroup wrtt have ever bee iehle to make the-long swim. On hana
ties of Pedro Miguel, Paraiso, to meet Le Fort Kobbe, soldler was Natty Captain It. E. Legge,
Santa Cruz And Gamboa will (left), who, himself,' swam 'the Canal a few weeks back. MN MNbe
be MNbe provided exclusively by the LIt's cameras were, alsoori hand and the results will be seen
Canal Zone Bus Service begin on !Panorama" tonight,',frAn 5:30 to 7 p.rn. Harrison is a mem memning
ning memning next Saturday. ber of Eq. ,& Co let Battle GroUp, 20th Infantry.
(ILS. Army Photo)

: ),
Ft. Completes
,
GattiiiAiiifigii.s Coital Swim

1

announced by Gov. ,Williatn E. .; We. George -11arrison,Ithis morning added his name to the
Potter at the April cornmunitY small roster of Men whit' have conquered the Panama Canal.
Conference at the Santa Cruz The yQUIllt soldier front the lst Battle Group, 20th Infantry.
Service Center. Fort Bobb.e,,haided hhnsell out Of the water at the east wing 01
' Miralles Locks a few ,minutes'after' 10. Ho Made ,the trip in two
Me -change in the Caanl stages, the second ,of,, which began at 8:40 today at Pedro Miguel
Zone Bus Service franchise Will On hand 'to .greet the courageous swimmer as he -stepced
enable both the bus line peg shore were Col.' Italph...K.,,30ties comManding officer of the
ator and the Canal Zone, trank- battle group, and Navy Captat. F. Legge, Who recently cOmpleted
portatiOn Committee to see that swim. through the 1131g Ditch. -4- ,

the transportation needa of resi-1 '
41.-4.. .4, 41.-- Harrison.' was. foieed::.101. real(

dents of these communities are! '"""u1' "1"' -""s
, this swim- at r,30 today .at

;-- - ----- -- ---- ------ MS SWIM- It CM cm. tuuartAL
fturilled. - redce Miguel- Locks,-,, 23A hotrs
. t.,..... and IS minutes after takeoff, ',;,,,
, Other uuees may continue to
travel along Gaillard Highway "Although he had been,,itty ime
water for ,all 'but, one hour :",,.-aud
to the Madden Y and along 15 minutes of that time'', his '401i"
Madden Road witnont entering diti fine, and he cotdd hive

the streets of the communities
along the route. continued, but it' was not Pos'S'i, sagod, and rogrosod Ac Ac'
' Ac' hie to put the accompanying the third time
The restriction of 'bus service boat through the' iocks ,', at that the Kolks swimmer had e ein
in ein these towns le similar to that hour. morgod.'Ihk, first' was for' rit-'
in effect for public ,transporta- 'Shwa the small, assau3'' graft', grossing and' the' second for a
tion in other, large canal Zone which acted pacoi4bosi' brief rubdown and sbnur tub tubcommurilties.
commurilties. tubcommurilties. Public transporta- bad no lights, thr,effort hod to fennel food.
ton in most modern cities 4 is bo abandoned 'until daylight. "Substantial," in this ease,
furnished, under 4, franchise de- ,Dirimese, had marked ,tha she', meant chocolat: and crackers. I
signed to.rerve the, public needs ginning' of the soldier's ;trip, ,Up until that time Harrisou's
and avoid traffic ProbleMa taus- well or:,q 3.4i 7:- principal -nourishment had been
ed by unrestricted bur, travel , broth, tea and honey, taken in
through' 'residential areas., Iat'risoir, who'' trsed2both ,,,crawls the water.
- and backstroke ',, te gut ,Ahrougri, For a good 'portion of the trait trait.'
.' trait.' .2i 1."..11.- the deep water; SIMI that ,bump,, al,t; Harrioseit had company in the

I thtt deep water; 'aye that ,bumtHett;
inftt twiaa '14ohrittiniti

3pac e 4, , int into tw gs 'and small' 'tiehrft water. Hit coach,,T M-Sgt. Harry
' ; in the, dark, gave', an eerie feet Sanders, first orgeant of C Com Com,
, Com, LONDOS (011 ,,,,, Prima:Ma- int but the only, wildlifeencoun., lst Battle -Group, '20th M Minter
inter Minter Harold '4' Maemillan an. tered on the transit was onh' cap, entry, .Fort, Gulick, and Pfc.
nounced in 'the' House of tom- man who fortunately -wag ,nht in Dennis Pilgrim of the battle
mono yesterday that ,Britain has a mood to make trouble:4 group's Headquarters and Head.
decided to enter the space age When he', left -the water 'early queers' Compann assistant
,with the. construction of "Instru- this 0. morning, Harrkon', -, wee- coach, alternated in ,swimming a aments
ments aments to be carried in earth sat-' within a scant 1000 yards of his longside to keep Harrison on
r , veal, and he obviously was course and give --him a moral
He said :work ,on 'a Space pro- appointed that, tho balance of boost,
gram would begin at once.' the irip had ha be postponed,' Harrlsod's wife, Janie, was brie
, The prime minister said Britain 'Although swimming- ger- of .the rooters in the J-boat, and
might Unk ber program with the geant never became-, winded or the 32-year-old swimmer said her
United States,, the Commonwealth weatw, his back began to ,gwe presence and encouragement help.,
or with other tOuntriu bim soma troublt about 1. p.m. ed to provide a Itig lift.
,

It wat the second disekter to "Tf 7'7'7 .7,-1', '1; feel"
strike the airline in less Alum an LONDOS (1.1Plf frite,111s- hig'' but the only, wildlifeeneoun.
hour. , 4 e ister Harold Ma6millan ,' an- tered on the transit was 9110'
A capital-opera'ted' Constella'ilon, flounced ht 'the House of Com- man who fortunately -wag nbt in
also bound for AtlaMg. skidded mons yesterday that ,Britain has a mood to make trouble:,
and crashed on landing at Char- decided to enter the space age When he left the water 'early
lestoni kMing two of thewith the. construction of ,"instru- this 0. morning, Marrko, was
43 persone 'aboard. The Plam fell'ments to be tarried in earth sat: within a scant 1000 yards et hio
off a ?..50-foot embankment and ellites." r ' 9401, end he obvious!), lents '414
burned. 'Twentyieight occupants He said Work 'on 'a apace pro- appointed that, the balerice, of
were injured, gram would begin at once.' the irip had hi be postponed.'
was, believed to have been The prime minister said Britain Although swimming, ser serthe
the serthe first. time that a commercial might link her program with the geant never became-, winded or
air carrier7 suffered two fatal ,United States,, the Commonwealth wean!, his back began to ,alwe
trashes in the same day. or with other tOuntries bini SOMS trouble about 1. p.m.

, 11".
, :,' ,',,t '; )7

yesterday. ,The medics on board
the J-boat:believed the difficulty
came from keeping his back in
the same position for such a
long finite
)3y 8 pand tbey urged Harrison
to get ouVof the water.
During ,this timo ho was mas massaged,
saged, massaged, fed and rogrosod. Ac Actually,
tually, Actually, it ,,wiso tho third time
the Kobba swimmer had a amerged.'
merged.' amerged.' Tho,, first was for' to-.
grossing and' the' second for a
brief rubdown and sbmo a gun gunstantial
stantial gunstantial food. ',,,
, "Substantial," in this ease
meant chocolat,: and crackers.
Up until that time Harrisou's
principal -.nourishment bad been
oth, tea and honey, taken in

Cuban undersecretary of state
Dr. Rafael E. Aguero still held
out hope today that Panama
would agree to the return of 93
Cubans who staged an armed
invasion of Panainanian shores
on April 25.
Aguere's fiist official at attempt
tempt attempt to get Panama to turn
over the men to, Fidel Castro's
government lot trial by Cu Cuban
ban Cuban 'courts ended in failure
yesterday when Foreign Min Minister'
ister' Minister' Miguel J. Moreno turned
down his request.
However, Aguero said today
he intended to seek another in interview
terview interview with Mcneno to discuss
the repatriation of the Cuban
in,vaders now being held in the
Carcel Modeld,while aieir case
is being investigated by District
Attorney Dark) Sandoval.
Aguero added that he was of
the opinion that the case of the
Cubans could be solved in a
manner satisfactolty to the in interests
terests interests of both:, Panama and
Cuba. -'
Meanwhile, Panama nian
Ambassador Riearde Arias is
flying to Panania from. Wash Washington
ington Washington tedaffes 'consultations
with, President-de' la Guardia.
Wathington 'dispatches said
Arias is expetted to confer
thaPresident in matters con confleeted
fleeted confleeted with the jailing of the
Cnbans invaders.
Arias' said l'President de la
Cinartlial,itaked
,rOwn talftrpAISWILIMIK:4.
donsultationle. added that he
planned tO be gOnyinly ,a Levi
days,
The five -.nation committee
which was instrumental in get getting
ting getting the Cubans to surrender is
scheduled to meet, in Washing Washington
ton Washington Friday to discuss their final
report to the council of the Or Organization
ganization Organization of American States.
Some 'members of the group
are privately concerned over the
fate of the Cubans and would
like to see them released by the
Panamanian authorities, the
dispatches said.
During yesterday's interview,
Moreno told Aguero that Cas Castro's
tro's Castro's barbed coinmenbs in Ha Havana
vana Havana ridiculing Panama's ap appeal
peal appeal to the 0A0 were not 11.,.k.,-
ing the ,possibility of repatria repatriation
tion repatriation in any way.
In a statement issued later,
Moreno pointed out that pan panama's
ama's panama's appeal to the OAS was
inspired "by its determination'
to prevent a seriqus interna international
tional international confliet throughout the
'Caribbean, a possibility that 1
should have been foreseen by
Castro in order not to now
bemoan the fate of his coun countrymen
trymen countrymen who eMbarked upon
this mad adventure and to
save himself the offensive ex
pressions which he is utter uttering
ing uttering at ettery moment against
a country which over the
passage of time has shown its
fraternal and well-proved af affection
fection affection for Cuba."
,Meanwhile, Dr. Generoso de
Puig, corOner for the province
of Colon,- today advanced the
, possibility that the last of the
invaders., found dead yesterday
near Nomb,re de Dioa by a hunt hunter
er hunter may have committed suicide.
, Puig said the tAw of Eduardo
' (Barbudo) Toledo's head wa
, bloWn 0ff with a bullet and he
also, had a bullet wound ori his
back. When found, there was
an automatic carbine tying be beside
side beside 'the body.

Unite
Chief
Cepal

The world's chief peace-keeper, UN secretary-gen601
Dag Hammarskiold, is flYing in tonidht on his first
vish to ,the Isthmus.,,,
Tomoriow 'in the National Assembly bulking
the UN's top man is to additss the opening meeting 'of
the UN Economic Commission for Latin America (Cepa.
,' With the full Cepa! meeting drawing close, the trade
committee which has. been considering th forming of d
Latin American Common Markit has been airing and
examining its differences.
One big issue is whether all or the great majority of
the Latin American republics should belong to a Common
Market from the outset, or whethir the Common Market
goal can best be reached through a preliminary seriesaf
smaller, regional grompirgs. Argentina, krazil, Chile and
Uruguay are altaadyfflOving towards setting up a fOut
netfirtri4rods'

0 r
nationjree'ttade,aren:
Panam6 delegatii Galileo Solis told the committee
today that Pinarnei has special geographic, and economic
problems whil4h did not permit her tojoin any small re regionaligrouongs.
gionaligrouongs. regionaligrouongs. T ta',
US flelegatp' HA)4!t F. PropptAtaitt last night-hat
the 4.15,1110fr itlei,ferenge$ titii!Amir4iCatt
Mar4et thonld Abe,actiieved, to lonCat ance
being"it is a,goad quality market which' does, nothing.,6:
hamper world trade,in general.
A

limmorma
Solis told the committee today '
J
that up to now Panama has re refrained
frained refrained from making statements You Can Attend ''' -'
about the common market plan.,
Ho said hi wanted to mak
suro tbritic:1 no ono thinks Pons- CEPAL Sesions
ma is in favor of tho pries-
Oslo, of making common oco- Follow Debates
nomic ground with hot- neigh neighhors.
hors. neighhors. (Panama world yosars

ago rfrainaci from joining an The public of Panama Ina
economic group formed by Can, tho Canal Zona, will Ns "mi.
tral Amarican countries.) coma in tho balcony of the Log.
Nevertheless, Panama's pecu- islative Palace whttro CoPai
liar characteristics do not allow pont a 10 day maoting at if
her to join with special groups of p.m. tomorrow, a UN cacti.
countries. But these are no ob- tiva confirmati today.
stacle to the general principles. Most sessions will opals a
Nowhere in the basic docu-1 round 10 a.m., take tima out
ments, Solis said, has he found for luncheon, than roomy's. A.
anything that clearly says that bout 3:30 p.m. But after Ma
"we are trying to achieve an ab- mining session, th 'hours sr,
solute liberalization of all cus- not fixed until filo cies of this
toms duties." prtvious gatharing.
Solis observed that a customs Spot translations aro bIng
union can establish barriers; it made from and to Spanishe
can also eliminate them. English and French. A nOmber
Tho Panama delegate said it of toadies aro' available for
Is inconceivable that tho tradi- public us, but not enough, for
tional differancas ',etymon tho a full gallery.
highly industrialized nations and

nowleey muuorrlefizeu naTiOnS ana
the under developed countries the tour planAink. s free trade a
should continue. L pori A

161011".
They exist now, he said, per- rea need to be affiliated with
some such body as .the commis commishaps
haps commishaps for the very reason that sion that is presently meeting.
there has neve! been an organi organization,
zation, organization, such as the UN is trying any
A Uruguayan said he thought
agreemer,t shotdd be fiexi
to form. to deal with them. ble enough tc, allow for adjust.
So ilk re-voicx, the general fear men's. He said he considered
of under-developed countries that ,, e
III "escape clauses" important
they will have to pay high pile-
es for finished products while
getting low prices for raw mate- Report Pan' ama
rials or agricultural products.
Committee chairman JOSe Ga- 8 I
rrido Torres. delegate of Brazil. officials Plan
also recognized Cuba, Chile and
Uruguay, today. atnong others. .4
Garrido Tcrrres, from the chalr, Embryo Air Force
alsoe"stressed the economic prin-
cioles he feels to he impor'ant.
Economic principles need to The Ministry of Government
become eQtablished in the ssme and JUStiee Is reportedly prepar
way that Latin Anyrican n3tions ing a dccree-law creating the
have established nrinciples of po- first Panamanian Air ,t, Fore 1,
'Meal and 'juridical reality, he (Fuerza Aerea Panamefiat
sai-l. ,,
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All countires must have an Recently-appointed Maj.:. hue
etiuAl opoortuni'y to develop, Mas is said to be in chearge of .:
be belfeves Important also is organizing the new air fore ?,I'
freei4ens of, ichoice. Nto country which will have Six modern Rigs t
should be compelled to accede craft recentiy obtsined by-Panes ',
se emohlins. ma from the U.S. government. P::,1
, Garrido Torrett also said a ,,
word for "non-exclusiveness." Other pilots who will man the ,- s
said, (hid'. should result in the National Guard with mints,. -,!,
"Nothinct." should be done he air force and will be assigned to ',,
cres'ing 'blocks of rivalries." ry rank are: chief of clykaeres
The chairman saw also the
t'P'l for ths',rm,slnit-n-e of emu- and Manuel Nifio, Rodrigo' roo :
netition to Void creation of MO- ce, Guillermo Leblanc, Gilbert ',,..
nauties Hernandn Martiz Imajor) ,.
noonlieft. ,,,', ,, Gonzalez, Jorge )(erica, AUTOS .:,.
' He seem the 'goal as
)(toe of cllvision e internstion31 rardo A. Valderrams (captains). i
usomp Pimentel, Manuel Soigel and Gt .,

earmeaanipaannamA4r4 Fore, 'i
1"aiaatitvelea 1 eseTtldb I l'Illuerslid incratil cri elle' eligtyl),f Ph();
Madden Road Section f'Frsuterz,aAn
,,
., ,, Ali countires must have an Recently-appointed Maj.: Joel
Closes For 3 Weeks ,...bisii.0:::::t,,mni,;
I vortatne't do -svoolo
7 7; moragsa,linlid tti,e beneinw cahrtredo ',,,,,,
,
, , froo"ns of, ichoice. No country which will have Sis modern alp:
For Culvert Repalr
should be compelled to secede craft recently obtained by-Penske
to anythino, ma from the U.S. government r:'
', -.. Garrido Torre, also said a
Other pilots who will man tho
The section Of, Maliden Road 1 word for "gen-exclusiveness
1 "Notbinct h ld .h 0 0. h air force and will be assigned to
between th4 ,, Trans Isthmian
maid, litvhi.eli'l 1 a all 'a the National Guard with mints,. -,
Highway and Madden Dam willi c-ro,,,i -11,-0-i sbou d. result, in ry
rank are: chief of civk sere.
be closed to through traffic for enge. etre sanof staiwvairlso.' the
nantics Hernando Martis Imairtr) 1
a period' of about three weeks c",,,, n
felt ohsnemsinn,n-e of coni- and Manuel Nifio. Rodrigo' romp
beginning at 7 am Thursday. netitien to veld creation of MO- ce, Guillermo Leblanc, Gilbert ','
, The road is,being Closed at nenniieg. ,: Gonzalez, Jorge Karim AgaPitill :,
Mile, a for the replacement of He seem the i'mal its usomp Pimentel. Manuel Seigel and Gt
a large culvert by the Mainten- kind of division e internationAt rardo A. Valderrama (captains).
once ,Xlvision. The site of the work withilt the framework of
work is about thres miles north Latin Ameriee : 0 d, 0
of ,the Madden Road Boyd- "Th
e worst enemy of the good I IS Pon)1Infinn Now
.is
Roosevelt Highway intersection. Is tbe best," the chmirroan stress-
Actess to the Madden Dam ed, addine thst,', be believes there Alt 176 446 000 q ..
area, during the three-week pe- is no ii,setitit I contradiction tl'i- ) ;
riod will be by the north end tween the two. encroaches to "IA
of Madden Road where it jOITIS nroHr,s whioh have stood ent WASHINGT014 (UM 441The
the Boyd-Roosevelt Higlokay, or meat elearly. 'He said thse he population of the United States ,'',:
the graded access road 'Which felt "Wo Ire no' yet ready'' to was 176,446,000 ow A ril li this
connect with the Boyd-Hoose- take definitive 'steps. Cantos Bureau :astlms arlpda ,'
velt highway a short, distance A Chilean delegate said it is dm, This was 11,071000 11(
north; 01 tha Roque bverpalis. eueolial ,that a group socill all eeat Waiter than 411 A
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creAairtiTtrorihe:
cin es he feels to he impor'ant.
also had a bullet wound on his -.1. ''''
lhal after a disgrtmtl, Airlines Viscount tods,y seeking -,;;',Viii'l;', ---- '' -,' '...7."..-.. '',7-- his swim. at gm, a.m., zooari,at tne J-noevoeuevea me ouncuity
in back. When found, there was os,pta um rLtnignilit pi III- ....nn 1 .nr n nnn n 'n n n'nn
,
an fired 'when the boat the cause, of the explosive crash ""7-- - Pedro Miguel- Locks, ..23A,, hotrt came from, keeping his back
le 'Canal Zone, sued the which killed 31 persons. and 15 mmutes after takeoff' .. the same position fer such a n Economic nrincioles need to
Other buses may' continue to a. ... a automatic carbine tying be- be
wh aavye the as tta 1,1; al athi no Anmo-Irci icpaine noii opnos.
come eQtabl'sh d th
The Ministry of Government
rave a ong Gail ard
ner for unpaid wages. Reports that the plane' ettloded t 1 1 I 'Although he had been,,,lnr, -v-i
- e long time., side 'the body. I e In e ssme and Justice is reportedly prepar. ,,
-
anyt believed to be a in the air raised the possibilitY of to the Madden-. y, anligairoinagY wa' ter for all 'but, one hour r,--and )3y 8 paid they .urged, Harrison ,
i with Panamanian 'pa-. sabotage or structural failure in a 15 ,minutes of that time,, his 'eot. to get out!'of the water.
1 ,,, discharged Sunday thunderstorm,' But civil zero, Madden Road withOut entering dition was fine, and he could hive Duane ,this time he was map M
?Aden Road Section if ni rgs t a Pdavnear me ea- 'nal wa n
laiatipl and 'juridical reality, he (Fuerza ,Aerea Panamehayt t
ei a reported disagree. nautice board safety director Os, the streets of the communities continued, but it' was not 'pots? eased, fed and regresed. Ac- . v
- i
i Capt. paul Lynn owner ear Bakke said "it's too early to along the route. , We to put the eccompanying-J, Wally, Irwas,, the third time ':,' ,,' Ail countires must have an Recently-appointed Maj.:, Juan
the,,tuna boat Beverly speculate." ,,,,,, ,-. The restriction of bus service boat through the' locks ,', at i that the Kobbs swimmer had e. Closes For 3 Weeks eoual .opoortually to develop, Mas is said to be in chearge of ..'
i
' I.: .1 - ' The CAB tailed a conference of in these towns la similar to that hour. ..''.,- 't- , ', ,,,, 4,' 0, merged.'llik, first' was for et- be belleves important els is organizing tile new air force A., ,-
'','1' l',7'-'" ' ,t Investigate teams to analyze the in effect for public ,transporta- ,, 'Since the small. assau;1' graft', greasing and' the' second for a 1,,, '' free"ns of, leholce. No country which will have Six modern illt: o; 'I,
Leahy signed. a formal findings ', of, experts who, were tion in other large Canal Zone 'which acted 4 as' ',la pecailsosi brief rubdown and sbme a tub. should be compelled to accede craft recentiy obtained by-Pease ..,' 1
; VS.. District Marshal rushed to the scene 17 miles North -,,,
commurtities. Public transPOrta- bad no lights, the.effort hid to, fennel food. ', For Culvert Repair to m011111(1, ma from the U.S. government. '2',.,,' :
maid 'ordered the, fish, east of Baltimore shortly after the ton in most modern cfties is be abandoned 'until daylight. -, "Substantial," ia, this ease A
, Garrido Torref also said a
leized.,,, 't .'t ,4',, ,,,' t,. crash at 3:15 p.m.. Yesterday furnished, under ', franchise de- ,Darittlese, had marked ,the s ba- meant chocolat: and crackers. ..,t,
Ao,e section Of, Maliden Roact word for "goa-exclusiveness" Other pilots who will men Owe 1
wman's complaint Chant', The t jet-prop plane, eaoitars signed to-serve the, public needs ginning' of the soldier's ;trip, -a ,Up well that time Harrisou's between thd ,, Trans Isthmian "Nothine shoeld he (lone he air force and will be assigned to ,t'!, ',. ,.
e, had worked '. on -the flight 75 from 'New 'Dirk' to Atlanta and avoid traffic problems taus- well,. ,,l',, 0,,-:,q -..4 i,'. ',,i principal -nourishment bad been Highway and Madden Dam willi said, "which'. should result in the National Guard with ,militas, -, r, ,,
solderer and Machinist disintegrated in the air. The Mail ed bYt' unrestricted buw, travel ,,, , '' ,, -,",t-,N ,y broth, tee and honey, taken in be closed to through traffic for crwing hinds of riv allies." ry rank are: chief of civk sera,
,' PA to Mar.' 25, 'and gled betties 'of its 27, Yoassengers through' 'residential areas., ,, Hatelson, who" tised2both ...crawls the water. ', N; 1
a eriod' of about three weeks file chairman saw also the nantics Hernandei Idartiz ImaiO111 1,
that date he hed been and four etew members were t - i , and backstroke ',. to gut ,Ahrougn, For a good 'portion of the tran- bePt i t 7 Th d
g ntl ng a am, urs ay. "ce4 felt etsa'remslret,,INs of rem,. and Manuel Nifio. Rodrigo' romp r,
Tgular fishing duties. Ile scatterecti- tater a ', quarter-mile .: SO' .."" '' -Acid ''
the deep water; 'aye that bumr sit; HillTia011 had company in the 1 netitioa to avoid creation of PIO- ce, Guillermo Leblanc, Gilberto ':' ,4'
. The road is .heing tlosed at: ,
peed 'wa es "" for -- the area. ,.' T1' ' ''' '' ' '''' ace, ,:,,, int into twigs and small- 'debr t water. Hie coach,'"M-Sgt. Harry mr. 1 nenoltett. ,,, Gonzalez, Jorge Wades. Allapitil ',1
Lie o for the replacement of
riod and Per ton es It wag' the second 'disekter to '' I 0,,,,,,'''1'...,, ',,, ,.,-y ,N, ,'" ; in the dark, gave,',en eeriti, feel Sanders, ling sergeant of C Com- He seem the
f
goal As "some Pimentel Manuel Seigel and GI? 0 A
a large culvert by the Mainten Maintenshare
share Maintenshare of t e ,tuna catch. grikethe airline in lent -then El T-J3NM3 (UPI, di Prillutlfis, ing'- but the only, wildlifveneetnv. pany, lst Battle ,Group,'20th In, kind of division e loterovtionAi rardo A. Valderrama (captains). i ,It
rly Lynn was en routoto hone, , I, , 4 ,,, i ', e ister Harold '4' MeemMan an. tered on the transit was 'onp' city.- fantry, Fort ,, Gulick, and lc. ance ,Division. The site of the work withilt the framework of
leo with 230 Aons ,, of A eapital,opera'tea, congena'tion, nounced hi 'the' House ', of ,Conv, man who fortunately .-waS net in Dennis Pilgrim of the battle work is about three miles north Lstie Amerlea." :. i'J d,',.,
, , ,,
t. ' ,tl also bound for AtlaMit, skidded mono yesterday that 1)ritain has a mood to make trouble:4 group's Headquarters and Head, of Alie Madden Road Boyd- "The worst enemy of the good II S P ' ''''
annIntinn .,ovt
rtgotiations with" Arany's end crashed on landing at Char- decided tell enter the apace age When he left ,the water "'early emeriti Compann assistant Roosevelt Highway intersection. Is tbe best," the thAlrrnan Etress- , ,; i
David ,Robles, -Lynn a- leston. ,W,,,V0,.; kMing two. of the.,with the. constructioe of i "'nitre. this 0- mornine ,-.-'.ttarrkee-',., was, oath, alternated in ,swimming a, Actess to the Madden Dam ed, adding thst,', he believes thsre Alt 176 446 000 ''''I' '''
iterday, i,to ' settle I the 43 pert:ono 'aboard. The Plane fell' ments to 'be carried in earth sat" within a scant 1000 yargis et hie longside 'to keep '' Harrison on area. during the three-week pe- is no visentitt contradiction b's-
$ .: '," .1, )',';''
,
'a gore slightly' under off a 250.foot embankment and ellites." r '''''',t't' .4, ',' , gaol, and he obviously lees dia. course and give 'him a moral rlod will be by the north end tween the two. encroaches to thA
f len, asked in the tont,' Mimed- Twentyitight occupants He said Work '011 'si Space pro- appointed that, the balance of boost, of Madden Road where it JOITIS nroHer,s whim, have stood olt WAS4INGTON' (UM .41111111
, 4--,r.,N,,
,, ; 1 : , ,, were injured, :. ,,,,;,, gram would begin at' once.' the irip had hi be postponed.' Harrisoe'S wife,,, Janie, was brie the Boyd,Roosevelt Highiatay, or nr .t elearly. Ile said that he population of the.. United States ,',.,, k
a boat was released last .Thie wa believed to have been ', The prime minister said Britain 'Although the',' swimming, ter, of ,the rooters in the J-boat, and the graded access road 'Which felt "Wa ere no' yet ready'' to was 176,446,000 ow A ril IS thg ,,
resume its homeward the first, time that a eommercial might link her program with the geant never becamel'winded or the 32-year-old swimmer said her connect with the Boyd-Roost- take definitive steps. Census Bureau 'estima dr.Inde t ,"
Wit the 'perishable Cart air 4- carrier,: suffered -two fatal United States,' the Commonwealth wean!, his back ,,began to ,gtve presence and encouragement help. Yelt highway a short distance A Chilesn delegate said it is day. This was 11,071,000 et
, ,,. ,., ,,, .,,, ,,, crakes in the lama day. .,' or with other teuntries him soma trouble' about 5: pm. ed to provide al)ig lift. north Of the Roque bverpalia essenlial that a group such as coat hither than on A
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de la, Out
and a &Brim
being aired I
The' l'Peell
about by Yel
of Inocenclo
dent's' broth
post ,,,,a, CA
4 Genii gull
of his repor
4 tion otthe I
city ,funds
s. ,,' 1 --- i t ,
, .:Taking ''',
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of, City
'Lewis, the 1
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...army.. by -"'"sr
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0. public relat:
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illftlY also
Pr yesterday.
Both Gall
are, membel
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A .tnistocies 1
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morning th
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1 AI other Pans,
from -their
the Arrest 1
city 'team!
li '4 Tuni Ili
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pli Atiii 1
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' ships owne
Jost Aran
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pers, was ,,
bight 'after
vent with f
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, (noeel KfIll
se
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l' r', 4r The crewr
' ad that he,
49" boat as a ,a
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: that after t
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' earlier perb
.. bit wage sh
' The Bever13
. puerto Rim
4 $resh tuna.
- : 'After, nog
4 0 attorney D
' 1 greed leste
4 claim tor i
' ',. thei $41 per ,,1
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, The tuna
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f ,.,, 0 bight to, t't
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se,,, and he. b
it ;1t,- was :not,- 'pow!
he ,,gecompanybsg
the' locks nt, that
sniall trey',
is; thei,offort 'hod to':
sd .'until 'daylight 1,, r
la dr' marked. -Abe
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Ao",tised:both .nraWls
gut,.
ter,;...sayi that bump.oi s
is "'and snialVI,debrit
lave:Ain
'only,Lwildlifvencouno,-, 1
transit. was (mg' casto;
itunately -wad,, ght in 1
nake trouble4,..
loft the water 'early
Ins tierrkon7V-,-was
int :1000 yards hie 1
obviously wits 'dim, 1
hat,, the halarice, of .1
I te be postponost'
1WiMMing ter.
;.becamel:winded or
sack began to ,... eve
rouble about 1. p.m.

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' - -at' '. : --a ten a hez have so far been certified and , A ',. I
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, rtroun of tests will not be known

, cuml:riaat.rosn: sai:v jaivitdo,a,id!a:rerxrhis;sint:euinal Hab' 'F. t'''''';-PPliI'gai'411;111'' n..1;11t4h411;.'t
moan namues, ss a, a, ghter of Venial)
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Canal elholoye F,,Goa,was travel- 2;
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esident'S nePIP". jrEL ,,,,, ing, on Ihe KA los& toWsid the 1-,
II rid" 2? 706;11'J
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, , onsultationa." a added- that he nt"11 a r4e net1:11C .1111:1
ige, hwa s CoceitZcionunition (itimp.-- While
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'e41!,5"tt, f R ers wiowing a tur t halt' Inila be. ,
-o planned tO be gonenly ,a Leal being it is a good quality raarket which does, nothing ,ta,
hamper world trade in general.
'I.'. eeJd ebel,Raid fYond the It Juactony' of
' ernployed as with Bruja Itoa she ost tontrol
:director of the tqh
of e car, s id mg a considerable The five nation committee
Solis told the coin
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mitteheastdrae You C tend",
7rban Institute distance on the gravel before turn- ," , which was instrumental in get geto
o geto 3elzo iracias y yigned
igned yigned his post 11111 ing over. The car came) to reit 'on ' z ting the cubans to surrender is that tn nt3W Panama
statements
TV ite right hand side in the,'Itigh- .";,;.,,7 , t g,' , scheduled to meet in Washing- frained frfnn mtking
aboHuot thsseid eho.mmwonantemd atroketmpalka:. tirDA
- TEGUCIOALPa; MaY 13 turti
way.
and his tepheW The government, rushed trooPa , , , ton Friday to discuss their final
' the 12NR fac- and planes to western Hondurtt! mmtl nAvat,t'il rertort to the council of the Or-
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' :. '' ' ' P ton Friday to discuss their final 6UULli "Ie cvntmon marget Plan.,
- ''''' .,:,1 ,,,,- report to the council of the Qr.- Ho s.anifdi hi wanted to mako
s th t no ono thinks Pans- CEPAL Sessions
njured girl was admItte4 , ,,,- ,',,,, ganization of American States. ur a f
as by Dr. R. 14, Nichols. ,,,' ', , -k ,1:' Some 'members of the grouP i 1 f
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ma is in favor of tho prin.
c p it! making common oco ocog
g ocog police are javestigating ,fi.'- ,, z' , s 4 ,', ,,,,,,, ,,, ', are privately concerned over the
. 4, , - ,, ', nomic around with hr neigh Follow Debates
dent. ." ,,- ,. - , A,, , fate of the Cubans ana woula L ,..

' I ' Pike to see them released by the ra.naml ',yore'
ago rofrainod from joining an Tho public of Paris
r I F ' w,x 1 Panamanian authorities the

Igu t-gt ulugu rrum wrung an Ina None ot 'anima Ind
ponicscriat:ivaeln pthslabc:Icwonhyttroof cthilopatio.....
.,,., Panamanian authorities, the
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dispatches said. t r a el v eAr tmh se I; eks as ii, cpoaunnat rm a s 1
economic group formed by Cmk tho Canal Zone, T will b vmlw
10 day moting at 6
.rite eristies do not Pealicous;
Cu- liar ebs t '
i'j ,,:k,', ; ,. , '---- , During yesterday's interview, N 10c,
tz.,u,,,4,.,..'....4 ,10;',.:,,,,44',,,,,,,,,414,0..,.,,.4, 0,,,,,4.,x,wt ,,..,',,;,- 4,;,,,,,,,,,,,,,ZA Moreno told Aguero that
tro's barbed commenbs in Ha- I.
ner to join with special groups of p.m. tomorrow, a UN Inman., t,
VICTORY OVER'.11111E 1646111.1Wheri SU. George Harristir.- P., vana ridiculing Panama's ap- ..
,,,;).11,nii.ries. But these tare no ob- tivo confirmod today.
AIM Arettlet treats tha, Pnnornk (lanai this morning after his bWIM peal to the 0A0 were not ilLip- ... h..



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kAJOISIV v
Never have I seem the leaders of any nation engage in such ar ars'
s' ars' rant double talk as the Cubans toward Panama on the matter of
the invasion
, First they either encourage the mounting of the invasion or wink
st it. One New York daily newspaper carried word of it on April 12,
three or four days before President de la Guardia Jr., warned his
toimtry to be on the lookout. The Cubans certainly knew.
When the invasion actually occurs, the Cuban leaders condemn
It, send mediators and intermediaties, give lip-service to the OAS
team.
No more have the invaders surrendered under OAS auspices than
we have Fidel Castro from South America saying why didn't the
: Panamanians run the invaders out themselves without calling in
i the OAS?
(The idea that this particular Panama government will go to
: great lengths to avoid bloodshed naturally does not impress the Cu Cu,
, Cu, ban leaders who have just executed 500 or so enemies.)
And now to cap it all, Cuba would-like the invaders returned to
i their own country unpunished.
Whatever Panama may decide to do in this matter, the Cuban
leaders nave exhibited the cloven hoof.
t Hemisphere Citizen.

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.The UN Econoinic Commission now meeting here might do well
trappoun a committee to consider intormally at least the pos.
of internatinnal GA control ior the t'anams Canal. As a
Wirt the comminee could take up the problem iniormally, reporting
itqindinRs to the General Assembly.
r;Slaturally this prOcedure would have little chance of achieving
resnits, but at least it would furnish a starting point for transferring
clisCussions over the Panama Canal future to a disinterested inter intertidal
tidal intertidal WO well equipped to deal with them.
a second step the UN could appoint a commission of experts
ti:temprehensively review Canid problem, particularly in connection
with Latin AineriCan affairs.
Much as the U.S. may' wish to cling to sole control of the famed
Wtsternbemisphere waterway, the time is long past when a facility
imayital as the Canal can remain the concern of any single nation.
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SERVICE CUSTOMS

Sir:
t Much has appeared in this column of a deragatory nature. One
4 group pitted against the other, such as Panamanian vs. North
4 Americalis, Zonians vs. Military, Army,vs. Navy:ys. Air Force vs.
1
Marine Corps,,,Little has been notectrigarding'or cernenting our
unity. I feel it 'necessary to point out to Viese (On &Art-understand
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some of the witys of the Setvices, a smau but vitally:iniejoetant show show.,
., show., 4 ing of unly and understanding. I
Surely, Panamanians ana Zonians, as do all others unfamiliar
'' with us, judge personnel of the Services, their dependents, and Northl
: Amaricans in general by their actions and appearances. The great greati
i greati est false nupressions are made by those few who, are loudly out outi
i outi spoken and the unsightly. The greater majority who are quiet and
t drees properly generally go unnoticed., : (,z
.The,latest,,h(cident to come. to publiC:attimtion through the me medium
dium medium of the Mail Boa and comments of Percy the Potman, js thei
laundering of the whites of Naval Personnel. This incident fa 'dif-1
ferent because a few of the quiet ones have npoken out. The men
t of the Serivces are the ones who sign contracts for sluties in the
Services, hut their dependents know. justly feel and are eternally
f
t proud that they are a part of that Service equally as well because
: they made the famous "I do" of the marriage vows.
, May all note, and may I compliment, the unity, understanding
t and devotion of the vast majority of Service wives who remain si sit,
t, sit, lent, and those few who spoke out. for their sacrifices, ontinual up up1
1 up1 holding of family duties and their understanding of the, stoms and
1 necessities of th2 Services.
-r-More power to them, and may God bless them.
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4 An Airman Without Whites.
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t BEER AND DIGNITY
:Bir:t
o' Major Alfredo Alemin, the energetic if aging general man mant,apir
t,apir mant,apir of the National Brewery, must be conunended for his initia initiaitive
itive initiaitive and the general hustle he puts out in promoting the sale
!of pis product.
i The major is an energetic, jolly old fellow who gets around
:teeter than his years indicate and he is usually the life of the
atty in whatever group he's in.
) t The major also is an executive who obviously will go real far

: 'rile major also is an executive woo ooviously win. go real zar I month. At that time tiry drew
'to et the world know about his Balboa Beer.
i
Rip the Goerlitz, agenda This is
what it included:
i That fact never came home to me more than last week when'
I saw a picture you ran showing the major being slung down on --
0 Niw York dock from a Panamit Railroad vessel, seated atop a "During the Goerlitz ennrehee,
pargo of his beer. a special delegationwill be kis.
pointed to pressnt to to, G2. .-
t Dignity should go hand in hand with every big post and in
sty way of thinking Alemin showed no dignity whatsoever when va conference of foreign minis
)se put over what I consider a cheap, publicity stunt. ter, a memorandum on the clues clues(
( clues( I don't think he should have gone to such an extreme to sell tion of' peaeclully solving the
his beVerage to the US public. I am convinced he did a effective German question, disarmament.
job in putting his brew on the Statesside market and had no .The delegation will also take
, peed to sacrifice the dignity that a man of his position should resolutions pawed by the work.
always uphold. ers of industrial enterprises to
, As the general manager of on'e of Panami's biggest com- Geneva."
linercial enterprises, Alemin should act more seriously. It is planned htat about Ma)
For Dignity. 22 rallies will be run across Eu-

v- PRESIDENT'S CLASSIC
no President'a Classic is over and we saw one of the great great;oat
;oat great;oat races on the Isthmus and alE0 the following incidents:
I-Buen Mozo II running over the field and Caliche Vitsquez
'tired. as a duck.
4 2-Ulloa shoiting his strong arms in the stretch.
3-Baeza blovting up like a, balloon.
, 4-Some international horses looking like donkeys.
5-The greatest achievement of them all Heliodoro Moot.
Guttines making a dog look like a race horse while riding
Bantillan and also makiny poor Baeza cry, "Why is P,apito so
cruel to the leading Jockey?"
Another thing, why didn't they give Bias Aguirre a moMmt?
;He would have let Baeza look like London avainst Patterson.
Bitrbaro del Ritmo.

JEKYLL AND WINES

; Well, it's about time someone came to the defense of tha'
or Navv captain at Rodman. I've heard so much tripe abou'
that Captain Hines that I wondered if he wasn't some kind o
ekyll and Hyde the way neonle talked.
r It's refreshing to see the Navy boys at Rodman back him u
km that inspection. And their wives too. who after all have to e
the washing.
It's too bad the pectole who write those letters don't ke ke4their
4their ke4their thOuthts to themselves. Or ,if they have to tell someor
:Why they could at leaat tell Hinee or one of his officers.
The man is only huMan like anyone else.
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and counter-intelligence agency,
has been ordered .to smear
Christian Herter and the reat of
the U.S.. delegation to the- Gene Geneva
va Geneva foreign ministers' COniereflee
next week.
This section also is under or orders
ders orders from a special Soviet ,Pro ,Propaganda
paganda ,Propaganda ministry to stir work workers'
ers' workers' action against U.S. officials
and embassies -around the world
as the Big Four meet to dia diacuss
cuss diacuss which war-torn road to take
to world brotherhood and pecce.
This could well mean rock
throwing and tomato and rotten
egg fusillades against our peopin
and buildings just as Vice Presi President
dent President Nixon was stoned and spat
at in South America.
The KGB's special section as assigned
signed assigned to the demonstrations a against
gainst against our Secretary of state in
Geneva is known as the World
Federation of Trade Unions.
Its operational chief is a
Frenchman, Louis &Mont, the
WFTtra general secretary, He's a
dedicated mandedicated to us using
ing using the Soviet global labor appa
rens to capture unions outside
the Iron and Bamboo Curtains
and turn. them against our mill milltary
tary milltary and economic operations ev everywhere.
erywhere. everywhere. So vital a world "apparatnik"
is M. Saillant that ,the Soviet se,
creat police's special inner secur,
ity guard always keeps him un under
der under surveillance. They watch him
lest he defect or get drunk and
talk too much, inadvertently be
traying his permanent mission of
sabotaging the West. F-ur t h e r.
more, all sessions of the ATTU
high council are carefully guard guarded
ed guarded by the KGB.
Until recently, at least, the
Russian secret police had an a agent
gent agent with Saillant observing him
so closely that he couldn't tele telephone
phone telephone or write a letter without
their knowing it a moment later.
This watt accompliihed by plant.
ing one of their agents on him as
his confidential secretary.
She was Lisar Kotomkina. Our
Central Intelligence Agency, leap leaped
ed leaped that she rePorted directly to
one Peter Deriabin, a highly
placed KGB official. He has
since defected to the West.
Thus the' KGB to
check mintite by minute whether
Saillant was obeying orders ot
which, in turn, relayed them
from the trade union specialist
who sits on the 'Central Commit Committee
tee Committee of the Communist Party
USSR, itself.
Silllantss :latest maneuver nnis
uncoyeretilbri Or 'people, when
-)111' &WV", rifted Walter R bah.'
er enlie-rover from West Ber Berlin.
lin. Berlin. to a special WFTU meeting
in Goerlitz, East Germany, on
May 'MO. In the usual standard
operating practice, the Goertlitz
meeting was called under 'a
swiftly created' front known as
"The European Conference ol'
Trade Unions and Wrokers."
Saillant invitied Reuther know.
ing, of course, that the -U.S. Au Auto
to Auto Union chief already bad !town
back to the U.S. But the point
would be made that Reuther had
ignored conferring with European
workers on "the road to peace"
and the silencing of thermonu thermonuclear
clear thermonuclear explosions.
A little probing by some of our
intelligence peopie revelled that
the Goeriitz conference had o'2en
planned by Saillant at a WFTU
council session in Warsaw last

"During the Goerlitz ron--rehre,
a special delegationwill be kp
pointed to present to ta, G: .-
va conference of foreign minis
ter, a memorandum on the ques question
tion question of' peaecfully solving the
German question, disarmament.
.The delegation will also take
resolutions passed by the work.
ers of industrial enterprises to
Geneva."
It is planned htat about Ma)
22 rallies will be run across Eu Europetheir
ropetheir Europetheir target being the West.
ern delegations at the Geneva
conference, which by that timc
will be 11 days bogged down.
They'll smear the West as war.
mongers.
Always be aware the Russian
bear when he smiles and puts
his paws on your shoulders.

The colony of Maryland was
originally planned by George
Calvert, tho first Lord Balti Baltimore.
more. Baltimore. In 1032, King Charles I
commanded that a charter be
drawn up for the Pro Posed
colony. Charles himself named
it Terra Maria, or Maryland,
in honor af Henrietta Maria,
his queen. The charter gave
almost kingly power to tho
colony's proprietor. At the
same time it provided that the
coloniate shoul have the
rights of English aubjects.
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The lynch-mob responsible for
the murder of Mack Charles Park Parker
er Parker must. be brought to justice.
When a group ot citizens try to
wreck the Bill of Rights then 1
every American's conscience'
leaves him no choice. He must de defend
fend defend the ConsAtution with every
power at his command, as others'
defended it with thier lives. If you
believe in democracy you must,
believe in law and order. There is
either full law or no law. .Hates,
never solve old problems they'
only create,new ones. When a
mob rules 'the only law that pre prevails
vails prevails is the law of the jungle.
History, however, offers this reas
surance: The granite-hearts of
bigots eventually betome tomb:
stones for their ihdecency--;- just
as burning crosses becanie the
ashes of the Ku Klux Klan, In a
large sense ,the horrfying' tlignit tligniticance
icance tligniticance of the incident is this: A
few Mississippi illiterates gained
a -victory for Moscow.

Excitment, gayety, and luxury
light up the stars. What is seem seemingly
ingly seemingly a radiant whirl is full of
contrats and ironies. G in g e r
Rogers, for example, confessed
last week that she still loves her
former husband Jacques Berg Bergerac
erac Bergerac and added a plaintive note:
"I'm adolescent, immature with
to learn. That Is why I've been so
qo mach unlucky in my emotional
lif"." Publicly the, -.re brioht and
shinning images. Full of stardust
and rainbows. Privately, the
gikadows comeand ,bew become
frightened. confused children. The
st,r who has the world at hAr feet
wolild rather have a man in her
arms.

Mao Wost wait never more rnae rnaewestian
westian rnaewestian than she' wax nn ha Doan
Mart 'PI TIT romn. Altbonel ftin
flitter and nomn associated with
tt"rc r'.1Ply h basia in rant.
Dv. aliat West la tho exception
et,,s 4wella in Fr"n4incn mqnnor
Fsonire mast recently Tons.'
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All clues indicate that she spends
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self herself before those countless mir mirrors."
rors." mirrors." Topsy waS never more turvy.
Day is night and the moon has be become
come become the-, nun.- Incredibly, the
N.Y. ,Yankeet are lisiing games
and ire deep in the second divi division.
sion. division. Ins result is a barrage of
cridcism directed against the
players and manager. The inci incident
dent incident bears out Babe Ruth's obser observationT
vationT observationT "One fninute you're a
hem Iheliezt a bum." Of eourse,
the ,,sleCottd-guessers are out in
lorce.,Jhe' situatioiv, NIS, been
deftly Capsuled by Case? Stengel:
"Everybody's a manager when
you're losing." ,,,
People have such ,shont memor memories.
ies. memories. Only a few months ago in the
World Series, the Yankees came
from very far behind to win..
Eva Gabor is starring in an another
other another Adam ane Eva story. Her
latest romantricks are pr9viding
fodder for colyums. As a public
service, this is to Warn Miss
Gabor's latest slave that he will
have competition. She has a pas passion
sion passion for gainuting. In common
with many actresses, she is in
love with acting. As Miss Gabor
hass confessed: "I believe you're
put on this earth for a reason. If
I sin not a big success today, I
sincerely believe it's the stupidity
of the producers. I have no doubt
that one day I will be a very actrees.

Judy Garland, who will brighten
the Metopera this week, has been
the most analyzed star in tpags
and dailies. Ho Weyer, the most
astute size-up of Miss Garland is
her own self-analysis: "People
who have wri'ten about me have
tried to anglyze my ehilhood, to
explain in the most involved psy-hological
jargon the things that
have made me the way I am. But
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me. The point that they all seem
to miss ha. that I was pretty much
an average adolescent girt. But
1 it took me six years to convince
people that I wasn't --permanently
twelve years old, a little girl
lin pigtails."
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Archibald MacLeish, whose
"Jii" drama was crowned by the
Pullitzerpickers, has a wonder wonderful,
ful, wonderful, serene philosphy about his,
creative efforts. Before his play
opened, he made it clear he hoped
it would be a commercial suc success.
cess. success. Then he added: "But, any anyhow,
how, anyhow, a man warms himseff most
of all with what lie has done, and
I know sthat it is a good job of
work." In other words, an ar artist's
tist's artist's greatest reward is self selfsatisfaction.
satisfaction. selfsatisfaction.
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The trouble with having a big
heart is that it makes an easier
ti rget. As a case hi point, there);
Lucille Ball's (Jaloppy experie
itt Oklahoma C;ty. The star was
criticized for neglecting to apn tac
at a benefit, although the invti invti'aide
'aide invti'aide of those itaging the b icf; --
made it impossiblg for her tu do
so. Miss Ball was insulted for try trying
ing trying to give time and talent tehelp
others. Ironically, she particp particpates
ates particpates in dozens of benefits during
the year without any publicity.
Anyone who knows Lucille Ball
is aware PI her generous spirit.
In an interview the other Julie
Andrews listed some of her em embarrassing
barrassing embarrassing experiences on the
stage. The following wasn't in included:
cluded: included: When Miss Andrews was
a 2-year-old trouper she took part
in a children's pageant. She sang
a song in a eleeping garment that
was buttoned at the back, loosely
buttoned. In the Middle of the
song, the buttons came undone
and the flap fell. Little Julie's
poise remained intact She contin continued
ued continued singing. Then she turned
around and took the bottoms-up
bow while the audience cheered.
You see pugilists in the ring
firming punches and absorbing
punishment. And, sometimes you
wonder what motivates them. Mo Monetary
netary Monetary ,rewards ore an important
lure? of course. There are other
motivationsand one of the most
vital is pride. Floyd Patterson,
the heavyweight champ, put it
this way: "After I won the Cham Championship,
pionship, Championship, it made me feel good.
Before then, people would say,
"There goes Floyd Patterson."
Now when 'they see me, they SaY,
.IThere goes Floyd Patterson, the
heavyweight, cahmplon of t h e
world.'

Danny Kaye, whose "Five Pen Pennies"
nies" Pennies" movie is due soon, launched 1
his Career on a romantic note.
Sylvia Fine was playing songs
zhe had composed (for a semi.
tiro theatrical group) when a
listener named Danny Kaye
spontaneously began chanting the
tune. The group decided to do a
reviti starring Danny, After the
show folded, they decided to wed.
kayo described their financial po position
sition position at the time: "Sylvia had
forty dollars and I was fifty dol dollars
lars dollars in debt."
,
;The' emergence of a star it an
exhilarating experience. Thi ex excitemenl,rof
citemenl,rof excitemenl,rof seeing a twinide trans transformed'
formed' transformed' into a constant sparkle,
his a unique fascination., Stardom
opens new words and makes a
ecalltr of old, dreams. ,Ketly
Smith land Louis Prima are now
clicking big at the Copa Mies
5mith struggled' for a decaoe
without much luck. Then.o.in one
5-minuta appearance on
show,she became a star. I a few
momenta, ,a Igetima of hopes
came true.,
,
Juliette ,Greco: "I could not-live
factory, which Hollywood is,
must be able to feel I can go cut
t night after work and enjoy my,
Th'ey don't do this in Holly.
vood. Everyone goes to bed."
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who listened to the earnest 'plea
of Sen,-Clinton Anderson of New
Mexico to scrutinize carefully the
part played by Adm'lawis Strauss
the Dixon-Yates conflitt-of
terest nee, realised one reason
why Anderson was 14 earnest-,-
They did not know be had once
playeo a vital part 'in exposing
another great conflict-of-interest
In Sikh 'Dakota where be' was
born, Anderson contracted TB and
went to New Mexico for his health
- Working for -the Albuquerque
Journal, he unearthed the first duel
to the. famous- 'reapot Dome oil
stands.
Ile learned 'that a pilze race
horse had been shipped from the
East in it- special' railroad 'car Jo.
the New Mexican ranch of Albert
B. Fall, Secretary of the Weiler
under- Harding.
Fall was a relatiirely poor man
and his sudden affluence aroused
Anderson's suspicion.
He investigated, and in cooper cooperation
ation cooperation with -the Chicago Tribune And
the Denver Post, pnally ran down
the fact that the race horse bad
come from the Nesv Jeneey farm
of Harry 'B. Sinclair of the Sin Sinclair
clair Sinclair OU 'Company, beneficiary of
the Teapot Dome lease.
Anderson and his paper, the
Journal, were subjected to all sorts
of pressure, including an adver advertising
tising advertising boycott which forced,..Cari
Magee, the publisher, to sell the
Journal' to a friend' of Presiaent
Hardin's.
On one occasion, according to
Werner and Starr in their book,
"Teapot Dome" Secretary of he
terior Fall came into the Journal
office and asked in a loud voice,
"Who is the s.o.b. who is writing
those lies about me?"
Anderson- stood up. He is six
foot two.
"I'm the co.)). and I don't
write lies," he said.
Fall evaporated. Anderson went
on to become Congressman, Sen Senator,
ator, Senator, and a member of the Ca Cabinet.
binet. Cabinet.
The Teapot Dome scandal caus caused
ed caused President Coolidge to appoint
two special prosecutors, Owen
Roberts and Atlee 'Pomerene, to
prosecute Fall and Attorney Gen General
eral General Harry Daugherty, together
with Sinclair and Edward IA Do Doheny.
heny. Doheny. '
The Yateir;:,. Conflict,
which is by 'all 'odds the- 'biggest
conflict of interest ,aince- the Tee;
pot Domk, scandali'lvar canceled
by the Eisenhower administration
because banker representative,
Adolphe Wenzel', bad been Secret:-
ly placed inside the Budget EU EUreau
reau EUreau to help pull off the contract.
Although the- Justice Depart Department
ment Department .officially cited this as the
realm 'for canceling the; contract,
President Eisenhower, unlike Coo Coolidge,
lidge, Coolidge, has appointed no special
counsel to prosecute the guilty.
NoteOne of those who helped
unaerth the Teapot Dome scandal
was the late Sen. John B. Kend Kendrick
rick Kendrick of Wyoming. His secretary
was then a young man named Joe
O'Mahoney who later, at Smite
from Wyoming, helped unearth tbe
Dixon-Yates scandal.
Another Wyoming Senator,'Gale
McGee, is the most faithful De
mocrst on the, committee now
examining the Dixon-Yates 'con 'conflict
flict 'conflict of interest as it pertains to
Adm. Lewis L. Strauss.
CORRECTIVE SPEECHES

The Congress of the United
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in the world where a man can say

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entirely differently.:
When GOP Sen. Everett Dirsses
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old bat el bones,'" ft was
1Y end accurately reported' m 'all 1 :
the newspapers. t
But 'it oppeared differtni :
form in the Congressional Record
nextrday. Dirksen -had changed
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ord, Dirksen said,. "Don't', nest
political bag of bones."'
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Morse's respondintt remark!' wro
partly Omitted(
Mori& had repliid
"Doesn't.' 'the : Banator
change that phrase? I inly'refer,
red to her, as charriing' lady '18
The Congressional record for tne
next day,, bbwever,- emits Morsess
phrase, "Ionly referred to, her as et
a charming lady."
Senate stenographers claim they
did not hear Morse make this
statement, but newspipermen.
and duly reported it.
Senators sometimes protest OW 1
their debate should not be ',left 4
to the human frailty of steno.
graphers, but sould be taped' in instead.
stead. instead. Other Senators, however, object
The written transcript 'of a court
reporter can...be altered. A tape .1
recording can't be.

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of ,Pristian Education of thr
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- "He, hath .made us accepted. In
the beloved. In whom we- -.have
redemption through lig blood,. the
forgiveness of sins, accordinuto ,t4
the riches of Ms grace,'
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Of all the .bitrdens man haktto
bear, the greatest -and most pita pitatut
tut pitatut Is guilt,s..the fact of respoitici respoiticibilitY
bilitY respoiticibilitY for is sin.-
There-, is a 'misconception in
some schools of psychology, that
the destruelive thing is a feeling
of guilt, and that all we need to
be rid of it is to lose the eoncep eonception
tion eonception of right and wrong.
4,,ft, .4;' -011 ,hf.-Irr
A morbid ghat-feeling based On
imaginary sin is indeed One
phase ot some mental 111116$11.
But that is relatively, rare. Mot 4J
of us feel guilty simply because
we are guilty. What we must .4(
lose is not the feeling, but the
guilt itself.
For all the miracles psychia psychiatry
try psychiatry works, this is one thing it
cannot do for tis. Only God can
do it. And He hiis done it, in the
life and death of His Son. That
is why Christ came to earth, to totake
take totake from us the guilt we, cotdd
not shed, to bring us the forgive- 1
ness we could not find.
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that Christ has borne our sins
for us, that we may have the
priceless gift .of forgineness.

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.ENGINEER EMPLOYE 'RETIRESDaniel Hanson; ,em ,emTloye
Tloye ,emTloye of the U.S. Arfny Caribbean Engineer Section,,was honor,
ed by officials and fellow workers as he retired, after more than
14 years of service.'Hanson, who makes his home at House No.
23-117, OuachaPall, has been-employed by,the ArAy),Alince,194SLA
Re worked for-a 'short time with allaborv forceijand qthen5per41
,lormett. janitorial, duties:, At native of ,Jataikieft,- he tame -to the -J
'Isthmus in 1914 to-work for, the PanamiaCanal Company. The)
retiring employe was presented with a' letter- ,appreciation
from Ma1. Ciett) Charles-, L. Dasher, USARCARIB commanding
general, and a similarmessage frail Lt. Col., Donald' F. Rogers,
USARCARIB engineer, pictured with Hanson: Hanson plans to
make his home with his son, Uriah; at New Roads, )Swenerton
Post Office, Jamaica, 13.W.4 (U.S,,Army Photo)

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. ,FORT PILLOW,- Tenn. (UPI)--
Rebellious convicts suddenly end ended
ed ended a tense, 14-hour prison riot
without bloodsher yesterday in
meek surrender to a show of
force ringing their barricaded
strongheld.
Two guards seized in the up uprising
rising uprising Monday, night were -re,,,
leased unharmed.
The ringleadert: of the riot
, were hustled off to MOXIMUITI Se4
' curity cells at f, the Tennessee
State Penitentiary at eNaShvilie.
Officials who persuaded the con convicts
victs convicts to surrender promised no
, reprisals, 't
The convicts took several hours
to decide to give up. Then it hap happened
pened happened swiftly in the space of 10
minutes,
The ringleaders, identified as
reonard Thompson, 20, of Min-;
neapolis, Minn., end Johnny Rod-,
,dy, 20,' of Jacksbord, Tenn., shout shouted
ed shouted that they,'would "come out
with the, guards' if safe conduct
was guaranteed.
State highway patrolmen wear wear,
, wear, ing sidearms moved into position
behind a barbed wire fence. sur surrounding
rounding surrounding the dormitory in which
the conviets had set up barri barricades
cades barricades on the third floor.
About 130 convicts, all white,
, were in the barricaded dormitory
located in the west wing of grim
Fort Pillow Prison. But officials
said probably only' about 20 took
an octiv,e part-in lhe screaming,
, yelling, window-smashing demon demon'Stratton.
'Stratton. demon'Stratton.
t A few. hours before the late
morning surrender, ,,tthe, rioters
threatened to kill the guards,
Defiantly. theydangled it hang hangman's
man's hangman's noose from a window of
the barricaded, third. floor, A-
, 4:This is what the ,z guards are
'y going to get if 'you don't do somb sombthing
thing sombthing fast,11, they shouted., ,d ,,
t), Cord Hubert Neyman, ST,. was
, forced to stand at the,windowc ble
arm, hanging. outside while his
, raptors held tt knife poised at his
back in another act of defiance.
The other guard seized was IS.
, Voss, 49.
, The' convicts- ttiughed ICeff: the
rioting Monday night, demanding
' "justice" and action on 't long
of grievances including food
and treatmentrN,
, "'Eleven conticts- singled
'out as rhigleadeirsttand 'came outi
handcuffed subdued, and weary,
-.single 'file, 'st the surrender,'
,They, went to the ',prison office
, downstairs and officials said pine
0 would be 'sent, to Nashville:,
State ',Corrections,, Commission:
er, Keith Hampton said the sur-,
' render terms Included; No pros,.

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ecution; no t:good conded" time
to be lost.
"I do not plan to prosecute on 1
a charge of inciting to riot," 1
Hampton aid. "I do not consider
this to be pne. I do not propose
to take any honor time away
from' them.'
The riotidg cinvicts had a few
knifes, bits of broken glass and
clubs, but no firearms.
The ringleaders had protested
that Negro, prisoners at Fort Ril Rillow
low Rillow were being given preferen preferential
tial preferential treatment.
"White prisoners are treated
like dogs," Roddy said. "Negroes
are treated like kings. They wait
on the warden, (get) beefsteak
allthe time, while we don't get
anything. We want the public to
know about it.'
In forcing Neyman te 'stand at
the Window fctr several hours,''the
convictr defied patrolmen with
submachine guns, shotguns, tear
gas and sidettmS.
"Deq't shoot,"' Neyman cried.
"He's got a 'knife right in ,my
sidearms.
"Don't shoot," Neyman cried.
"He's got a knife right 2in my
back.'

Paittlfeis Home
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'' DALLAS, ol'ex (UPI)--A Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. couple's offer te give a hoine
to an orphaned girl kidnaper will
have to be passed On JO New
$6iico ..authorities,, U.S. Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner W., 'Madden ,' eal4
today. ,
Hill said he ,bad received a let letter
ter letter 'from Mr., and lee leeHelmer!,
Helmer!, leeHelmer!, of Panama, trity, la.,
asking permission to take care
of 17-year-old Betty Smithey, ar arrested
rested arrested here last week for kid kidleaping
leaping kidleaping en 9.11-month 4441, raCittki
14.14. boy:
"My husband and I would love
to give Betty,' a good home, just
like she,,woul have had with her herown
own herown parent, 0 chence for a good
education ,and .a Christian, envir envirOnment,
Onment, envirOnment, love and under0tandinge!
Mrs. Helmer! wrote. g
The' Smithey girl, charged with
kidnaping e child wtth whom, she
was, 'baby, sitting while . ?Ion
leave", from a estate 'girls'
bg returned to New ,Mmdco
to taco charges. '.'

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WASHINGTON (UPDA giant,
nuclear-powered blimp with al al'
' al' most limitless cruising range, was
proposed yesterday by Goodyear
Aircraft Corp,
It would be the nation's first
atom-powered flying machine and,
according to Goodyear, could be
aloft by 1963,
The proposed craft would Ozie
, three times tht size,of the blimps
now operated by the.Navy,-,,540
'feet long and displating .4,250,000
million ,cubic feet.
R. W. Richardson, Goodyear
vice president, announced at the
annual meeting of the Aviation
'Writers Assn. here that his firm
recently told the Navy about the
possibilities of such an aircraft
snd its practical applications.
He said it could be used as a
sentinel to warn against subma submarine
rine submarine and air attacks, as do Navy
blimps now.
The blimp would travel about
90 miles an hour at altitudes of
about 10,000 feet.
wjetila be made of a'new' rub rubberized
berized rubberized ...fabric dacron coated
with synthetic rubberand would'
be able to withstand radiation of
up to 100 million roentgens. A
fatal dose for a person is 500
roentgens.
The proposer atomic would
boast. an sa tomle, reactor ato
drive ,,its burbo prop engines,
A control car, 96 feet long,
would be near the bow and in
front Of the engines. It would have
two decks and accommodate a 24-
man crew.
Goodyear spOkesmen said the
ship would q''' need only one-'
twentieth the, power that it nu nuclear
clear nuclear :airplane would need.
Defense department officials
have said it would be premature
at the Moment to attempt'build attempt'building
ing attempt'building nuclear:powered airplane.
, The Goodyear officials said the
big blimp would be able to take
off and land on ordinary fuel and
without using itS ,nuclear reactor.
Atomic power would only be used
for cruisingInaking for the limit limitless
less limitless range.

GRANADA, Spain (UPI) A
film company spokesman A, said
toray cthat veteran movie ac actor
tor actor Peter Lorre, who collapsed in
his hotel room here, was suffer suffering
ing suffering Irom sun stroke.
Doctors first summoned to the
Nevada Palace Hotel after Lorre
became ill had said he has suf suffered
fered suffered a heart attack.
But,a,through medical examina examination
tion examination showed that Lorre, known for
his sinister film roles, had a SIM SIMstroke,
stroke, SIMstroke, according to a spokesman
for Mike Todd Jr., producer of a
filni' starring the actor.
The spokesman said Lorret was
in no clanger and was recovering.

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HENDERSON, N- (UPI)--- o6er the weekend, but at the endl
1Gov. Luther H. Hodges ordered of the night shift '..31onday, the,
National Guard troops to Hendee, cars of -non-imion workers were
son' yesterday 'with power ot civil stoned and peppered with gunfire.
arrest in putting down violefice in And later a wooden,building used
a long, bitter textile strike. as a nursery tor the ehildren of
, The governor angrily called out women, workers vas- demolished
the National Guard to help main- by a dynamite blast.,
tabs... law and irder following After the incidents,.Mayor Car-1
fresh- violence. explosions -and rol V. Singleton appealed to
gunfireat the gates of Harriet- Hodges to send in the guard.
,Henderson cotton mills Monday It was the third serious out
4:1, break of violence since some 1,000
- Workers leaving the mill; were Union members went on strike
atoned.- i last Nov. 17 after ,a stalemate
Units of the 30th (Old Hickory) over an arbitration clause de deDivision
Division deDivision -were ordered to the mended by thL unittlor a new
tense eity to begin patrolling-4m-, contract. The compa y reopened
mediately. A force of battle- for limited operations last Feb.
equipped Guardsmen was ordered le and violence flared up when
to be on hand at the end of the non-union workers and some un-1
es.t. shift which' has been ion members Crossed pieke
the focal peint.of most. of the vio- lines. ,
knee.
,With Hodges intervention, an
Hodges earlier sent more thin apparent settlement was reached
100 state highway patrolmen ; to last'April 17, but violence was
,Henderson, but withdrew them touched off again when only a
last weekend because of the need handful of jobs were opened to
for troopers to resume duties on returning strikers.
the highways. Hodges said that 7--
should more violence occur he
would act on official reqttests
that the National Guard be sent Janitor, Woman Pi
here. 1

Hodges said that members of
the Textile Workers Union ot
America (AFL-CIO) "and others"
had shown a "complete disre disregard"
gard" disregard" to his appeal for law and
order 1,vith the withdrawal of
state troopers.
1
Adj. Gen. Capus Waynick im immediately
mediately immediately moved to send "suffi "sufficient"
cient" "sufficient" National Guard units to
Henderson to support local au authorities
thorities authorities maintain order.
"I have called a task force
from the 2nd Battle Group.
and a 50-man platoon of military
policemen from Greensboro" to
active duty," he said.
He refused to reveal the num number
ber number of men involved, but observ observers
ers observers placed the number at about
440.
Hodges, who had tHed repeated repeatedly
ly repeatedly to mediate the 27-week old
strike, said he had "no alterna alternative"
tive" alternative" but to send in the Guard
after "the resumption of vio violence."
lence." violence." The situation remained peaceful

Col. NACHMAN KARN1
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Col. Nachman Karni, first se secretary
cretary secretary of the permanent mission
of Israel to the United Nations,
will be guest speaker on Friday
8 p.m. at Kol Shearith Israel.
Karni, a famed commanro fight fighter
er fighter in the Israeli underground and
twice-wounded veteran of Oda
country's War of Liberation, was
formerly operations officer at
general staff of Israel's defense
forces.
He was born in 1Falestine in
1020. He received his education
in Tel-Aviv, where he attended
Technical College and Law School.
Followinli the se,rvices, there
will be a ception in his honor at
the COmmunity Hail of LSI All
are invited.

SHE LOVED ANIMALS
LIVERPOOL, tngland luri)
Spinster Alice Olive Forrestoes
will, published Wednesday, show showed
ed showed Miss For Tester left $2.80 a
weelr for life to her cat Willie:
$6,200 tor a :cat's home; $6,200
for a 'dog's home4 and nearly $28,-
000 in other bequests for the wel welfare
fare welfare of birds, ponies, and horses

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POPLARVILLE, Miss, May 13
tUPI) Two incidents described
by authrities as suicide attempts
occurred last week at the Pearl
River County Jail, scene of lynch
victitn Mack Parker's abduction.
Both persons involved a jan
itor and a woman prisoner had
been questioned at length by FBI
agents. But it wu not known
wbether their actions had any con connection
nection connection with the Negro's lynching.
Both are white.
Houston Amacket, 54, janitor at
the jail for eight years, was-found
collapsed in a corridor of the com combination
bination combination courthouse-jail building.
Officers said he had swallowed
disinfectant containing hydrochlo hydrochloric
ric hydrochloric acid. He was under treatment
at Pearl River County Hospital
yesterday' and no visitors were
allowed.
Helen Vann Ness, of Houston,
Tex., who had been jailed for re removing
moving removing mortgaged property from
the state, slashed her throat with
a razor blade in her cell.
The wourtd was not serious and
she was treated at the same hos hospital
pital hospital and released. She also was
released from jail during the
week-end after paying a fine.
Amacker "was worried about a
lot of things," his brother, Goob
Amacker said. "He has a been sick
for long time. He and his wife
separated a couple of. years ago."

Surgeons Remove
Lobe Of Twining's
Lung For Lab Exam

WASHINGTON (UPDSurgeons
removed the upper lobe of the left
lung of Gen. Nathan F. Twilling
yesterday-during an exploratory
chest operation at Walter. Reed
Army Medical Center.
The Defense Department said
specimens of the lung tissue were
sent to the hospital's laboratory
for examination.
It said Twining, the 61-year-old
chairman of the Jiint Chiefs of
Staff, underwent the operation
Tuesday morning. It described his
post-operative condition as "very
satisfactory." i
The surgery was undertaken to
determine the cause of suspicious
findings that showedup in a re recent
cent recent chest X- ray examination.
The department said yesterday
the X-rays were taked nine days
ago when Twining entered the
hospital for his annual physical
check-up.
The department said Twining
had undergone "special diagnost diagnostic
ic diagnostic procedures" for the past week
but that all the tests proved neg negative.
ative. negative. Twining, an air force general,
was nominated by President Eis Eisenhower.
enhower. Eisenhower. only recently ,for .a sec second
ond second two-year term as chairman
if the -Joint Chiefs.

' A. SLAVE FOR MODERN MAN d. MN robot Iband, man", h deft dough to beat the
A children et their own game. Developed by' 43E' hi Schenectad, ItY.0 it will be placed be.
,, hind seven-foot-thick concrete walls to handle radioactive material. tosineer Ralph Moser
operates She controls at left., Though. far stronger thau a man, its mechanical hands can deli.
, 'cately pluck the petals from a daisy,. 0'

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Jaiiitor, Woman Prisoner Try Suicide
In Jail Where Lynch Victim Was Held

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ANN ARBOR,-Mich. May 13
(CM A windstorm tore acrost
the University of Michigan athle
tics fields yesterday and ripped
into a' Desidential section where a
fallen wir,e electrocuted a won,
an. ';oi
There was heavy property dam damage
age damage to athletre structures and
homes.
It was the, worst of a number
of violent Storms which raked
Southern Michigan yesterday mor morning
ning morning from the Ohio-Michigan br,e
north to Saginaw, Bay City and
Lake Huron.
The weather bureau Insisted the
storms were heavy gusts of wind
accompanying. a line of severe
thunderstorms. But the winds were
nearly as forceful as.tornadoes as
they damaged buildings, lifted cars
and trailers and made shambles
of trees.
The woman killed here was Mrs.
Otillie De Fries;-, 70, who was
walking through the littered street
by her' home when power lines
fell and hit her on the legs.

Parker, charged with raping a
white woman, was dr a gged
screming from his cell by nine
or 10 hooded white men April 25'.
He was found later shot to
death.
Amacker was not at the jail at
the time of the abduction but he
was one of those questioned as to
how the lyncher& knew where the
keys to the cellblock were kept
The keys were stolen from a cab cabinet
inet cabinet in the sheriff's officec.
Miss Van Ness was in a cell be below
low below Parker's and witnessed the
kidnaping

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One house was blown nearly a apart
part apart by a gas'explusion-efter; a
tree toppled, upreoung aad break breakinS
inS breakinS a gas Ali riant41deSTOYed
the houss, beaux ot11. ot M., Assty
Prof. and Mrs. Itarl Frederick
Gathe,s,as Mrs, Guth. watChed watChedTheir
Their watChedTheir three cluldren were in
school.

The flames .damaged two other
homes and at least four more
houses were badly damaged by
fires and fallen, trees in the Burns
Park residential area, where ma many
ny many teaehertat the university irve.
The storm first hit the press box
atop the huge, sunken Univeroitv
of Michigan fOotball stadium,
breaking large windows in the
communications center.
Then the winds tore off one onefourth
fourth onefourth of the university's Yost Field
house roof, took the roof off the
Ferry Field baseball press box an
then slammed into the residential
section.
Trees were toppled and limbs
downed over a six block area,
carrying power and telephone lin
with them.
At Fi lion, 110 miles northeast of
here, a house trailer occupied by
Mrs. Eileen Tondor, 28, and her
children, 6 months and 2 years,
was carried 70 feet by the wind
and flipped on its top. Mrs.,Ton
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the' barricaded, third floor., ', '''.;',;,,'" hi' an orphaned girl kidnaper will ; ,.:,,, .i i',':;:,...:i::4'.;:.,::::','10it : y4,;QE:::,,7-;.., ::'';',.:'.:s-,, i.: II Kimonos ,, i
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: It' ., cotton mills Monday .. It was the third serious out- of violent 'dorms- which raked homes and at least four more
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: so-yEAlt idEN.-igs -years of-service' to"the U.S.',Goveenment are rePrese'nted by these. fOtue. Merl. ;,-Hodges earlier sent more thin apparent settlement waii reached The womanldlled here was Mrs, Ferry Field baseball press box an ..
fit wboowere commanded by Mii.j.Gen. Cluirles I...Dashert- When he Presented 4,'Jem with 40-Year Pins 100.state highway patrolmen ; to last'April 17, but violence WaS spine De Fries, 70, who was then slammed into the residential
Stonday From left to, right' are jl:phriamA.' ElliCitt; Clifford E.!:Cummings, Wilfred'A.,Seaeh Stmt,Henderson, but withdrew ; them. touched off again -when only a walking through the littered street section. ., ,
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, -:, .. forlroopers to resume duties on returning etrikers., fell and hit her on the legs. ,,,,,
. downed over a six block area,
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the Textile Workers thliOn Ot
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. by authrities as. suicide attempts screming from his cell by nine
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.: :,,'"::1 : ::::. ::',,, : ,4,-:,!: : :,.. :,',,i ::: .: '....:. Aircraft Corp. ., media tely moved to send "suffi- River County Jail scene of lynch He was found later shot to
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Both persons involved a jan Amacker was not at the jail at , ,,,.,
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::!! cab::!! '''''''' :''' 4'1 :"":!..,:::" "!":' '''" '''::::''.,,,,,,,,'x'-'-'-' '''''''',4' feet long -and displacing '4,250,000 active duty," he said.
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:, $'!' : 1,4, :', !. ," i''''"''''8.a,-4, Ti;',.i.f.,:,:,:k million ,cubic feet. He refused to reveal the num num,
, num, '''''.'''',,' .,,' ''',4;',: itc'',,," -.--,--- :'," : ,-,:'-- -...'..,,. ,',.: i R. W. ,Rich-ardson, Goodyear ber of men involved, but observ- inet in the sheriff's officec.
HOUSt011 Amacket, 54, janitor at Miss Van Ness was in a cell be beBoth
Both beBoth are white.
the jail for eight years, was-found low Parker's and witnessed the .
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Ill r14.No CONCERT NEXT WEEK AT USO-IWB
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, 4 Susana Deutch de Weibel, piarast, 'will make her inlati,
' debut on the Isthmus in a concert next week commemorating..
; she eleventh anniversary of the founding of the state -of Ike:
., reel. The program is planned for 8:15 p.m. Thursdav-MaY
t' if; at the US0-11VB Armed Perces ServiceCenter in Balboa..
'' ik, She will oresent selections from Back Haydn, Chopin and :,
, Debuuy, and also one of her own compositions.
', Servicemen will be admitted without charge. Proceeds
, ofrom ticket sales to the public will be forwarded to the Al-bert
instein Institute in Panama City, at the request of the
'' Asittst; Residents of the Canal Zone and Panama are Invited
, ,ttr attend.
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Peri, To Honor The public is invited to attend.
Col. Mrs. Herndon
The San Duan Hunt Club will patiramant party ,
hold a farewell party for Col. and To Fete Miguel Core
Mrs. James Herndon and Maj. and Miguel Corco will b eguest of
Mrs. Walter Moeller at the Gam- honor at a retirement party to tohos
hos tohos Golf and Country Club on Sa, morrow eyeing in the ballrgom 01
turday at 7 p.m. the Tivoli Guest House. The event
There will be a steak dinner, will be hosted by his c-workers
cocktails and dancing. 'rickets are in the Office of the Comptroller,
available from any member of Cocktails will be served at 8:30
the San Juan Hunt Club. and a buffet at 7:30.
, Entertaimeent will feature, MU MUGamboa
Gamboa MUGamboa Women's Club sic by Lueho Azcarraga and a
Has Country Fair floor show With the office workers
A Country Fair will be held to- in the east under the direction' of
inorrow at 5:30 p.m. at the Gam- Mrs. Malcolm Wheeler.
boa Civic Ceuer under the spon, Friends wishing to attend the
lorship ofb the Gamboa Women's party may ,telephone Mrs. Frick
Club. at Balboa 2544.
A handsome quilt will be raffled,
and entertanment booths will be San Lerenze Films
of interest to both adults and chil- Shovm To Albrook Wives
W. M. Kosan and Miss Dolores
.11111.11.1111111111.1111W11.1 Kosan of Margarita presented
I slides on Fort San Lorenzo at a
recent cafe siesta of the Albrook
I 61A1 NCO Wives Club.

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Lotion Deodorant
PI THE BOTTLE WITH
THE BALL ON TOP

Stops
perspiration
stains
' odor
sit no
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deodorant
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Rich
In
skin-soothing
I lanolin!

Never sticky'
Never drips'
:41ever touches
fingertips'

Special Dance Friday
At Gamboa Golf Club
Festivities Friday evening at the
Gamboa Golf and Country Club
wiU feature a special Mother's
Day dance from 8:30 p.m. to
12:30 a.m. Music will be furnished
by Lucho Azacarraga.
A limited number of tickets are
being sold at the club bar.

lie,,olth Bureau
Clikb To Hold
Anaversory ?Dont&

The Club Health Bureau today
announced plans to celebrate etc.
third anniversary with a semi semiformal
formal semiformal dance on' Saturday, July
21, at Vitia del Mar.
The- chairman of the business
committee said preparations will
follow similar, pattern of culture
and attractiettl. thet have given
the club the ,social prothinence it
new possesses.
Since its organization, the group
has enjoyed continous popularity
and social, acceptance as a result
of the :talent that they have dis displeyedkiri
pleyedkiri displeyedkiri planning many yonder yonderful
ful yonderful andiuccessful ventures.
Musid foithhi 'occasion will be
rendered by.: the "Willie Moro orchestre.

AVOID
DIAPER RASH

Dori:t let your
baby suffer
frorn damp
diapers. After
every diaper
change, use

MEXANA

FOTO INTERNACIONAL

Central Ave. and "K" Street near the Central Theater

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Voteratis,Of Foreign Wars- 'IX
dePartment of gthe Panama
Canal ,mpao veterans of keratin
Wars, has. caUto department
council of ,adnutustration ,meeung
tor Stinday morning at 10 cat at
Fost 483.), COCOU.
The important discussions will
concern ma uepartment conven convention,
tion, convention, nomination and election of
aepartmep. ulcers, various com committees
mittees committees and membership. All de department
partment department officers, a: well as other
mterested V.F.W. members, are
urged to, attend.

Prot!!! ire, Douglas
bike Strange
Bargain In Senate

WASHINGTON (UPI) --- Sen.
Paul H. Douglas (D-I11.)
William Proxmire (D-Wis.) have
struck a bargain that must rate
as one of the strangest in Senate
history.
They agreed to share the cost
lot enough non-slip floor polish
to determine whether the new Sen Senate
ate Senate office building really needC
$150,000 for new office carpets.
Douglas asked the Senate Mon Monday
day Monday to delay spending the money
on the carpets unfil he can trY
out the non-skid polish. Proxmire
promptly volunteered the use of
hit office for the experiment.
The Senate recently voted WO,-
000,to carpet 207 offices in the
new building on grounds the ex expensive
pensive expensive rubber, tile floors already
installed were too slippery.
Douglas tried to pull the rug
from Ainder the carpet plan by of offering
fering offering to buy rubber heels fitir sen senatorial
atorial senatorial secretaries and other of office
fice office workers to keep them from
slinping. His offer was not accepted.

He came back with his new pro proposal.
posal. proposal. Mondey aftere reading that
all the office doors will have to be
sawed off at the bottom before
they wiU ben arid close over the
carpeting. He pointed out that this
will mean large additiodal ex expense.
pense. expense. Douglas said he had been ad advised
vised advised there was. a non-slip floor
molish on the market andIsuggestt
ed that the capital.sarchitect
vestigate it-

"I further offer to furnish at
my own expense enough of this
product for a one-month trial in
one or two offices which the archi architect
tect architect himself selects as both the
busiest and slipperiest room In
the new Senate talcs building,"
he said. ,

'
Proxmire, who already has an announced
nounced announced he would forego the car carpeting,
peting, carpeting, told Douglas he would be
delighted to try the polish in his
office. The senators agreed to
split the cost.

GETTIrt6 ijp
If you suffer rom Getting I
Nights, Backache. Leg Paint, TAU et
Vigour, Nervousness or weakness, you
should help your Prostate Gland
mediately with ROOlnit. This medicine
makes you feel younger, stronger, and.
able to sleep without intevruution.
seet Regina from your obernist todal

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TASTY Hawaiian beef sate in the nuking. Mei Tani Hee lights
, 'charcoal In quilted foil hi place of tiaditional ti leaven,
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Hawaiians are hospitable. We
learned that in the Islands and
again recenly at a New York pent
house luau (feast) given by a
handsome yotmg Hawaiian tenor,
Charles IC, L. Davis. The "K"
stands for Keonaonalaulani, Ha Hawaiian
waiian Hawaiian for "fragrant leaves from
heaven." His mother was Hawad Hawadan,
an, Hawadan, his father an English doctor
on'a sugar plantation in Oahu.
On his high terrace overlooking
the East River, he grilled cubes
of steak that had been marinated
in soy sauce, grated ginger root
and crushed garlic., There were
tall frosty glasses of ,Mal Tai,
the newest popular cocktail hour
beverage in Honolulu. Also, ateam
ed rice, and Many snacks such
as octopus coconut:milk, water
chestnuts, and preserved kum kumquats,
quats, kumquats,
Keonaonalaulatil L.. Davis was
educated at the University of Ha Hawaii
waii Hawaii and the Juilliard School of
Music. He won a ."Meth000litan
AuditiOns of the Air for 1958" and
is a student of Hawaiian music
as well as at French, and Italian
opera,,;Dur',italented yopng host
frtort-ont 0;fiewesastatctOlighted
his load gttestt with an alit from
ta &hems, '
tater he said that when he en entertains
tertains entertains Indy a few close Mends,
he serves a simplified version of

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' Bernhard Everson, director
of the Transportation and Ter Terminals
minals Terminals Bureau, and J.M. Cooke,
designing engineer in the En Engineering
gineering Engineering Division, are among the
182 passengers booked to sail
Saturday from Cristobal for New
York aboard the Panama Liner
Ancon, according to the advance
passenger list. Both will be ac accompanied
companied accompanied by their wives arid
three children.

;
The complete list Af passengers
bookde for New York follows:
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Alonis
and son; Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bernesl
1 and two children; Miss Eloise
Bernett; Mr. and Mrs. Vernon
N. Bircher and three children;
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Brennan
and son; Mr. and Mrs. Robert E.
L. Brown; Mrs. Mary R. Brown
and three children; Mr, and Mrs.
William E. 'Buckley;

, Mrs. Hilda Cahn; Mrs. Ellen
P. Castles and daughter; Be lisa lisario
rio lisario Castro; Mr. and Mrs. Walter
E. Colclasure and three children;
Mr. and Mrs. Millard N. Coleman
and three children; Mr. and Mrs.
Albert B. Collins and two children;
Mr. and Mrs. Miguel Corco and
grandson; Miss Cell Corcoran;
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Cooke 1
and three children;
Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Date
alit two children; Miss Eileen
Donnelly; Miss Mary Doimelly;
Albert C. Dowell; Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Merl: Miss Marina Esk.
pinoso; Mr. and Mrs. Oney Erans
and daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Bern Bernhard
hard Bernhard Everson and three cnildren;
Mrs. and Mrs. John J. Fallon and
two children; Miss Mildred Flu Fluler;
ler; Fluler; Miss Veronica Finnegan; Mr.
Ernest C. Flowersi Mr. and Mrs.
Terrence Ford; Mrs. Ann From-,
hole and Miss Ann Frombolz.
Mr. and Mrs. John G. Haky and
three children; Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Hamilton and daughter;
Mr. and. Mrs. Henry Hanley Mr.
and Mrs. Regipld M. Hayden and
daughter; Mr. and Mrs. William
C. Hearon; Miu Viola Haman;
Peter Notsko; Mr. Hilton F.
Hughes and" two children; Mr..
anr Mrs. Henry K. Johnstone and
two children; Miss Agnes Kelly;
Mrs. William P. Kenney; Miss
Helen Kenny; Mr. and Mrs. Frank
V. Kerley and two children; Mr.
and Mrs. C. kohl,. Ernesto
Kohn; Mr. and Mrs. Paul R.
Kuyoth and three children;
Dr. end Mrs. George Legge; Mr.
end Mrs. Jack G. Lenneville and
son; Mr. and Mrs. Mac Levine;
Mr. and Mrs. William D, McGewin
and son; Miss Polly McKee; Miss.
June Mayper; Mr. end Mrs. Ted Teddy
dy Teddy A. Marti and three children;

chicken Hawaiian, using coated
paper plates with iropical design.
"Informal and relaxed," he ex explained,
plained, explained, -"the way parties in the
Islands always are.'
- Mai Tat, should anyone ask you,
is a mixture of orange curacoa,
orgett, fresh lime juice, and Ja Jamaica,
maica, Jamaica, rum served in glasses with
lots of crushed ide.

Chicken Hewailan--
(Yield-4 servings)

One broiler-fryer chicken, cut in
serving pieces; 1 teaspoon mono monosodium
sodium monosodium glutamate, 2 tablespoons
salad oil, 1 can (20 ounces) pine pineapple
apple pineapple chunks, 2 tablespoons soy
sauce, 14 cup water, 2 tablespoons
oolmstarth,' 1 cuP diagonally' sliced
telery 2mediunt tomatoer,' tut
In 18 wedges; green pepper,' tut
in strips. -'
Wash and dry chicken. Sprinkle
with monosodium glutamate; let
stand' 15 minutes. Brown quickly
in hot oil in skillet. Drain pine pineapple
apple pineapple add syrup and soy sauce
to chicken. Cover and 'simmer 20
'Minutes. COMblue wkter and 'corn
rtiards; fatid thrlitickete,' Miring
Tonstantly, until thickened.- Attid
celery, tomatoes. 'green pepper and
drained pineapple. Cover and 'dm
mer 10 minutes longer. Serve
with' hot cooked rice.

Panama LTnciriiiiiillngo

Mrs. Winnie S. Meade; Mr. and,
Mrs. Russell C. Meissner. :
John E. Net lieton; Mr. and Mrs.
T. Day le Norton; Mrs. Joan C. Ob Obbelode;
belode; Obbelode; Mr. and Mrs. Walter' O Oliver;
liver; Oliver; Miss Dora Osofsky; Miss
Marjorie Patterson; Mr. and Mrt.
John: PurviS and sons; Miss
Ant(lenet Read; Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph M. Sack, Jr.; Mr. and Mrs.
Howard S. Scliblle; Miss Barbara
Seidl; Mr. and Mrs. James R.
Shirley and two children; Mr. and
Mrs. Anastasio ogandares;
and Mri. Jerome E. Steiner, Sr.
and children; ''
Miss Dorothy Towers; Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Ullrich; Mr. and Mrs.
Worden R. Waites, Miss Ce Cecelia
celia Cecelia E. Wensing; Mr. and Mrs.
Harry F. Willembrock and daugh daughter;
ter; daughter; and Mr. and Mrs. Richard
A. Williams and Iwo children. -;

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-.Written,: for ,MIA Sorvico

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firTrisatil Winter Carnival
tournament will be held On Feb.
13, Ft and 15. this year. It Is
ways One orate best tournaments
and produces lots of line bridge.
S. J. Widman, who is this year's
tournament chairman, held the
North hand in last year's tourna tournament
ment tournament and opened one club.
When his partner responded one
diamond Sev decided to start the
slam ball rolling, with a -bid of
tyo spades. His partner's three threeclub
club threeclub response to the two... -spades
bid confirmed Ms intention to Wd
a' slam so he checked for aces
with a fotir no-trump bid. When
South could not show an ace, Sty
bir six diamonds, not six clubs
as many players did.
It yas well that he put the slam
in his partner's. suit. East opens
the ace of hearbLagainat a club
slam and continues the. suit.,De suit.,Declarer
clarer suit.,Declarer ruffa and then plays ,ths ,thsmonds
monds ,thsmonds and clubs for a while but
eventually has to try the spade
finesse. It loses and the band is
set.
Playing at six, diamonds, South
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Autothatic Highway,-

WASHINGTON (1.IPI)A scalt
model of an "automatic highway
of the future" was unveited yester
day by General Motors research
laboratories,
The "auto' control system"
Would make possible to drive
from New york to Chicago wi h
only octasional use of the steering
wheel, accelerator 'or brake, GM
spokesmen said.
The firm also displayed its
Firebird III,, a gas turbine car
equipped with "unicon'rol" in
which a single lever clontrols
steering, aCceleration and trek treking.
ing. treking. The auto ton,rol system pro provides,
vides, provides, through elerAtonics, auto automatic
matic automatic steering and a device to
speed ,up or slow down cars de depending
pending depending on, traffic conditions and
obstacles.
In addition, warning lights sig.,
nal conventional cars when auto autoControl
Control autoControl vehicles are in an "anto "antomatic
matic "antomatic lane."
The system, demonstrated for
highway', experts and newsmen
here, -was a one-fortieth sole
model simulaiting four-lans di divided
vided divided highway. Few iniature
buses rolled around the oval
track.
Auto-control vehicles folio a
"magnetic path" created by low
frequency electrical current from
a -cable embedded in the road.
An electronie combuter takes sin,
nals from tha cable and "steers"
th car.
'Me cable 'also provides a way
to measure car speed. Other cir circuits
cuits circuits regulate the speed of all au au'omatic
'omatic au'omatic cars to assure safe spec

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,F.4AtASH dTON (UPI) A tgll
64:allow OW President, to",freete
.11f priced, said wages for 90 dtys
wkp introduced yesterday' by- Rep.
Lester,- Hoteman.4,' ;
The New .; York !, Democrat ; said
the stand-by contrOls could be
used in,; att emergency; to
CongressAithe to consider:impos consider:imposing'
ing' consider:imposing' controls.' for a..longer:,period.
President 'should have au authority,
thority, authority, at least for a limited pe period,
riod, period, to ,Pin'ect eonsumers, work workers,
ers, workers, farmers. persons living on
',teed or limited incomes and busi business
ness business against the menace and dim dimler
ler dimler of runaway' inflations",
man said , II

: Bgip GOTHAM A former 'suitor bflotmg actress
Susan Struberg Is now Involved
Peter Townsend,- the 1. thwarted in the mo-, far-out romance' of the
hero of Princess Margaret's great theatrical semester. -,,"10,,,Sugar
romance,- hat been spending the Ray Rohipamea chums ,,,, believe
past several weeks visiting movie Frankle Carbo hoe' checkmated
seta in Franca ttaly and'. Ger- him in all hill efforts to fight the
many., The. former RAF Group challenger of his choice, ,, but
Captain became intrigued with a- theY're still hopeful that Ray
nema-making during his ''.;,recent lucceed with,the plan to glop him
experience filming a -A Izavelogue, final victory,
and tow he wante to learn be ImPortant quiz 'question among
canosbout flicker ,technique in the me chic members of the imerea
hope of becoming, a full-time tpro- tional Set: for.whom did,the Shalt
ducer, some day.-.- When West- of Iran go jewel-shopping in Gs-
brook Pegler becomes a bride- neva? They've praCtically ruled
groom; he'll acquire a decorative, out Princess Maria Gabrielle et
lines via a new deal with 'Russia...
talented: and ,; bit; sister-in-law Italy, but can't figure out ,-,' the
, now who rates next royal target. .The 'United
rirg with the Arib Republic is slated for head headtrue
true headtrue believers
Carol -Chann.ini has been con- Rotael-Trulillo Jr., and Itia:wite 41''
fening with-Dr., Corbett ,Thigple, (mother of his six kiddies);1 have
the psychiatrist' who co-authored reconciled, result of a strong ,sug, '1
"The Three Faces,Of Eva" He'd gestion by Dad, the president of
MES her to star in the Broadway the Domihican Republic, d
stage 'version of the book. Topic
A in Tin Pan ,Alley is the number -Anion in the auditimi ,eld
er starlet named Toni Seveny
of jazz, performers being signed enough.. to remembir ,when' Sena
bit EMI, to 4 composer tontraots. warran. Magnusen was 'swooning
Among the recent additions to the
ley of Washington, Selene i's)
tWoreilla iiThtmeise wnedtvdingjuntoe 'E:ciliStrdtane-'
fold were Dinahl Washington,
Miles Davis, Billie Holiday, Jonah Ind she's assembling a trousteau
former Mayor of Now york
lones,-- Sonny Rollins LI one'
Hampton Ind AhmadrJamal.'
, Walters, currently in Mexico, has
Thor' big buzz internationally 'Is
sgerotoolv Insoluble 'personal O'Dvaer as her cruise director:
,

"The Three Faces-Of Eve." He'd
MES her to star in the Broadway
stage 'version of the book. Topic
A in Tin Pan,Alley is the number
of jazz, performers being signed
bit BMI, to composer tontracts.
Among the gecent additions to the
fold were Dinahl, Washington,
Miles Davis, Billie Holiday, Jonah
Jones,- Sonny Rollins LI onel
Hampton and" Ahrnati.rJamal.'

, the icier allegedly iheved 'him
Save,p,Rtice Freeze airilinst
essiv 1V21 Iricstotr ,11 titti.

lormer mayor or NOW TOM Sill
O'Dwyer as her cruise direstor
,. Thor' big buzz internationally-is
the seemingly Insoluble personal
difference be.ween General and
Madame Chiang Eel .; sbek.
,,.
Noel Coward could have had the
Male lead in "Lo lita" screen T
versionbut, turned it down with , ,,
'ger Ti(jer
a beautifully-enunciated "no" . ,, '-, '; i .'
Audience' all over -town regi.ster- ; ''
ed unanimous tmqualified delight .' Dig.sP' ht
when. Fred Astaire won all those Burnin(j ig
Emmy Awards for Ms enchantinil
contribulon to television enter- , ,,
taimnent.- And the same ;end- "--- , -.'
ment went out toward Jack Ben-
nY another performer who has By BOB BLAIR
merited high praise for his wit, -
intelligence, trming and good Howdy Friends! This is,, yours
lute throughout Ms career in-truly bringing yet some more in-
show, business., teresting developments from Cris
tobal High. Here were are wilh a

11 bout two week' of echool left, ,-
tobal Iteri were are wt.
haru
autui.oWilmoum, jita.e Ageogbiuminsoneo
and everything is in a state of
botte, agatAlwius, oa:wus vials to high expectation.
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Lituard ,t1 Amy lor ,1,e 644)044 The seniors finally received their
way dulti. , Invitations for graduation, and.
, their caps and gowns. They are
Ted Streeter wig be dashing all excited' 'about everything,- ex,
school work;' of course. Horne
snerry,s :wort, appears to be' piling up in
bacx. anu be,.weela, tut eia, eetot
Ait eeraian ana
liar at ; ute met.rpouLan upcfc; cleat,' ,ind the students, the
ale a oeen engageu ti play at Pnnt. 'things, seem to 'be getting
Sherry's 3' (a Pitueuent'auaugruig tla,..:Ioverworked" disease.,
a 41..

t. Olt Friday night, Marl, the
,auothoug), .tue part,,,z,tomowmg
Junior-Senior Prom woke heldrat
Aftidy, Aferinteso Fremore,Art "R"4 Wiehingtobr rgobtlettine
&ilia& yak tureci, a recoru tieS61011 w.chad by:' all,' no decoration!
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IIVCA V VALI waaut,
Leisn's 'rrirewinetog On Thursday,' April SO, the TI TIplay,
play, TIplay, "J.B." tor RCA victor. pre Besketbtll team overpow-
ered the Bulldogs by a score of
One of the nation's biggest distil distillers
lers distillers wants to use Sean Martin's 4,3-35. This' was the Tigees 'first
win. of the season. ,High- scorer for
name as a brand ot Valsky, 0 it
can get his permission. the; Tigers was Keith Kulig, with,
It WIS AMMO to anyone wh, 11- points. In the Junior Varsity,
knew .the scene that 'the hal s-017 BHS -edged out the Tiger Cubs
of brandlesder Hat Macintyre's by score of 20-17. High scorer
tragic death- on 'the Coast never kr the Tigers vas John Wainio
reached the wire service reports with seven 'points..
Ali isn't quite quiet on the tlow 'Dale next night at Balboa Gm,
York watertron-4, two rival lac- Ma 1, the College "Five"- took
tions are auslitionhig for. a rhu- the-- interscholastic basketball
hero. .Lenny Druce waif. wildly championship by beating ,the
funny in his act at the -Den in 'the ger', by a score of 59-47. The Ti TiDuane
Duane TiDuane out. even -MOTIF amusing gers 'had a half time lead of 12
were the diad-pan etpressions points,, but Junir College outscor outscorpre.
pre. outscorpre. ed thent 4349. ifighicorers far the
the William Morris piggies
gers were Don Humphrey, and
with 14 each. The
sent. They night hive been dig- 11
ging, but they sure weren't laugn- Jose Crooke,
Tigers have' showed greater im im-
- im- provement every game they',
,
Teentsy 'weentty memo to have played.
This Friday, May 15, the- CHS
Comrade Khrushchev: There ere
ROTC unit- will hold its 'annual;
signi of creepiiit2.Amoritanism Awar
ds Ball. The formal event
among the BolshOi dancers, off- gi -- be ns at- eight in the evening. It
stage. The chaps ,are affecting
those Texas400king-lariat ties -
should be a WNW dance.
, Last Wednesoay at 2:15 p.m.-ot
the, girls have bought backless the Coco Solo swimming pool, the
wedgies, and they all purchase Tiger' swim team had their first
great supplies ot cocktail, crack- interscholastic meet.
ers at a nearby delicatessen. The Tigers took first place in
Bernie Lang, who manage.s the 20-yard medley relay for boYe
Johnnie Ray and Jidius. Laos,
spending most of Ms tiMe at Mt
HI composed of James Manning, Ge Gerardo
rardo Gerardo DeTore, Tom Dugan, and
Sinai Hospital 'where bride. George Cotton: first -Place in the
the former Gloria Baron, la 151
- A-7 200-yard freestyle ,relay for -boys
tient. Doctors, are making ex- composed of irl Sanders, Tom BI BItensive
tensive BItensive tests in an 'effort to dist- Olson, Ray Scheidegg. awl. George
nose her mystellous ailment. Cotton: and 'finally the Tigressee
The stories abet Darter, KeYe's used their atrength by taking the
television offer; grow,' wee and 200-yard freestyle relay for girl.
more preposterous, but just The- girls wenn- Sarah Spector,
might be true. The latest has him Diane Hickey. Chirtene Graves.
turning down -2150,000 to star in arid Brenda' CoMns.
a Fall spectscuhr; r The Tigert also showed that they- :
etuld not be beaten-in the- other
events. 'In the 50-yard freestyle for',-
,
CharleTwq drove' finished
Raymond-Massey first with a Ome of 29 seconds
Takeal-o fist
In the 100-yard butterfly, Jcwa
' Seaman swam beautifully totake 'T
By Close Friend
it second 'Mace for the Tigers, and

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WILTON, Conn. Actor
Raymonr Musey was brought to
state pollee barracks al ,Ilidge
field Monday night by' a close
friend, state policeman, pn
charges el, breach,' of peace.
Massey., 1W was accused of
manhandling Us -gardner of three
weeks, Michael Hoshko, when
Hoshko went to Ibis home to give
notice. Hoshko was not hurt when
the actor 214tedif' ihoved

; Masser 'wai 'erre! di dicer
cer dicer William Quaintence who said
he wts very friendly withlhe ac acI
I acI tor, !lie didn't put up, an argu
ment,',,a; taintence said ttnor did
he dent e had pushedstdm."
, The' -:arzumen started when
Hoshkit,ho with his wife report.
I edlyreceived $4.50 a -,Mooth plus
t the use -of a fiveroorn apartmert.
t Said be ,,opd his, wile- were quit.
reportedly-treomplained
t hat bit wife. who Was. workine
- as chambermaid, Iheuld spend
on'tv, two hours a" da'e on ber ieb.
The actor-posted SZli bond ant
s left immedia'ely 'for New York
where be arrived just in time to
take ,bis co.starrinv role in, the
Pulitzer Polls, winning broadway
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in- the 200-v, ard freestyle, Diane
Hickey, finished on top with a time
of 2:47.7, and in the 100-yard back.
stroke, Jean Seaman took, tirst
with e time of 115.4. '
In Dm boys' 100-yard 'backstroke: ''.N
James Manning took first 'with a
Gme of 1:142
,
In the 100-yard freestyle for girls. '-
Charlene Graves finished first a .1
rain with a time of 1:02, 'and in
the 100-Yard breaststroke for rifle,
Ginny Favorite splashed her way ".
coo to front ot ell other compe
tufo-. 7,,,nd tool first .ivith. a time N'1'
of 1:S.S.
lYwA 100-yard breaststroke
Gererde DeTore polled his wale
to firs' place with a tilne of tat.? 4).
soti 150-yard individual medley for
eirlit. Jelin Seaman powered her
way totttictor'y again with Ohne
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Im the ,contest. Mickey
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Corigratolations to Cosch De
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Well. that's it for root 10 this
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fr, MO Kilocycles 1090 Kilocycles Mr. and Mrs. William D. McGewin m,.4 42ted-or limited incomes and busi- where be arrived just in time to Acid roael will 14, hem st glsiboa '.
PANAMA COLON and son; Miss Polly McKee; Miss. ness agaimt the6menace and dan- take his co-starrino role in, the Pool on Weelnesdsy.' May 13. , 'I
June Mayper; Mr. and Mrs. Ted- 'ter of runaway' inflatice4", ,Ilolta- Pulitzer Pills winning brostiway WeP. thittN It ear PM', PO this
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tote in Panama City, at the request of the lion, nomination and election of
tiotonal Set: .for,ohom did,the Shah ',
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can u e
the Canal Zone and Panama are htvited nepartmep. ulcers, various corn- ,,-i -, ,s ,, , y 41,KJ 7 4 ,,, experienteh fits, mill ta letzranyesulogusi, finthealchvilectomrye.mber- --11-01-----,--th'', ,41,14,;:er,D, a. ... .--,
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mittees a,nd membership.- All de- Iran go jewel-shopping in -Gs-
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drem mterested V.F.W. members, are ',. ii,, IN1 Ndltha.T.: ,EssipapaValessis 53151 ita, ,:...., pWpassPassassNi heurer,dsobem ecndinayg.:'-1.-- .ful1Wh.tienniell:Perst-.
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Arab Republic is slated fOr head- ."'
, ',. 1, 1 Pa" ,,,Pass Pall talented : and ,,,;' bin ', sister-in-law-
, ', .I, Cipening-leaddi 2 for fa Lee Wiley, who rates
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' Mg VI th lin' C't tail with the lines via a new deal withRussia...
t Club will itttiesmer4 party o' .0-,..,,, 1
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for Col. and To Foto Miguel eorco Proximire Douglas 7,,,
WrgrPatil Winter Carnival true believers' ''-;;;'..;
ad Maj. and Miguel Corco will b egued of 1 tournament will be held On Feb. Carol --Channieiliss been eon. Rafael...Trujillo Jr.', and ids:.:wite a''
it the Gam-
reconciled, result of a 'strong lug lugClub
Club lugClub on Sa- honor at a retirement party to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow eyeing in the ballroom ol
the Tivoli Guest House. The event Slrike Strange ,.,.
, 13, 14 and 15, this year. It is al- ferring with-Dr, Corbett,Thigpen, (mother of his six kiddies),) hays
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The Three yams, of Eve, Rev gestion by Dad, the Iresident of
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Warren. tournaWarren. Magnusen was 'swooning '.. s
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:lub. and a buffet at 7:30. -',,'" 1., z;-,;,., :', ,,,,,.. : ,s-4 T , ',.?,"";,,,,.....-f,- .. ment and opened one club. of jazz, performers being signed
Entertainitent will feature, mu'. WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen. -, ',..,.:;;;..4,1.-.,,a;;;;;.,',...."T'yi't:4,---, ,,,
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for a. Jime wedding to Erie Stan-
in the east under the direction' of wi a -bid at fold were -,-Dinah1- Washington, Went -glrillasnsedwmbuttmg ait', trouldilisalrdelei ,,,,t
it the Gam- tyo spades. His partner's three- Miles Davis, 1311lie Holiday, Jonah and, she s
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Mrs. Malcolm Wheeler. as one of the 'strangest in Senate
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NEW 'YRIC(UPI) Singer
Judy Garland inoved the Palace
Theater Onto the stage of the
Metropelitas,' Opera qlouse', last
niglit, to' le ctutain tans and ge generally
nerally generally rive'revies.
The fvaudevillestyle ihovi was
'the' first of its ltind'.4i the 'Ong 'Onghair
hair 'Onghair sinee 'the late 1920s,
whelp its rnfters rang, with- laugh laughter,
ter, laughter, at the,,ScottIsh vnt Of, thelate
Sir Harry Lnuder. ;,
The ,seven-daY stan4; 31iis
Garlancltancl .001nPatiY.14i UM
Ptadtteetti:',hf,,ber .111,45bant

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MAI; Garland," ,14wrote '1,evit
Ffipki dp ;the islext,'",lrorlt Times;
"ppd tixeent torla dearlf:depper dearlf:depper'
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Justice Department today ,teld the
Supreme :Court that, a lredral
judgf grossly erred .in- ,deClaring
the ,1957 ,Oivil Rights Act Itticop Itticopatitutional...
atitutional... Itticopatitutional... , -.,
in ian'apPeal, 'lit'ty.' Gen. WU WUliattli,,r.;,iRo$ers,
liattli,,r.;,iRo$ers, WUliattli,,r.;,iRo$ers, asked:, the' High
Cottre,.tol iverturit tho;'''''opinion; at
Fedetal,,Atalte,,T. Hoyt- Davis:. Of
yaeon, i '4 a; ':.,' '1, '''' st.., '"
Ott,',A,pnil !At': Judge .:, Daiii,:dta.
guised a;,-Ir,ederil sultatekint. in injunCtions'!
junCtions'! injunCtions'! a tad xi ix t': Jive 'Terrell
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greis Congreis bid' One ,too far ",,idttutbaris-,
fnt, fhe otittruey bring
A- suitts'igainst,' ,",any person!,":. who
tdeprives anather person of his vot votinOighi4i,
inOighi4i, votinOighi4i, Be the act:Should
spelVoat Congress rneant' any
perithit : ;I'acting under color, -of
stole ,
Itoweier,, bt : cnceded that he
sitik:Aiad b e, e n properl filed
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tall' ,efjertall'
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question that,' uropelrli, cnstcabd,:
the., act' siipites .dhly, state-offi
akling'' Under' color of'; law
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thorities today pondered -.what to
do- witha lormer World War 11
officer the Gentian army- who
gave himself ,up .14 years after
his Nflight from a North Carolina'
prisoner of war pamp because he
was ,"tired of ming."
, Lt. kurit Frank- Rossmeisl,' 52,'
Who fled a POW 4wood gathering
detail At Camp Butner; N.C.,, Aug.
4i, 1943e by pushing a, wheelbar wheelbarrow
row wheelbarrow contahung his.: belonging;
past gate -guard, surrendered2w
the FBI, here yesterdayi-.
' One of three bard-cori Nazis
Unaccounted for' after -World 11arl
111, POW escapes, Rossmeisi. had
been a Inembert" it Rommel's
crack' lOth Panzer Corps.
, "Lien I wanted to get; on the
riet side' nt thing," -s,Rossmeisl
to Ed Mason, FBI agent' it.
charge here. "As long' as, was
a fugitive, I was under pressure."
Mason turne4thim over to int intmigration
migration intmigration en& nattwalitation au authorities,
thorities, authorities, and' he was released in
his OW11 custody while -case
was studied. :
: liostmeist immediately 'retreat 'retreated
ed 'retreated to the Koch House, a residence
for elderly retired persons 'here
and refused to see reportert.',".--.
Mason said the former soldier
from Bruz, Czechoslovakia, ',had
"a bad case, Of eirthritis," and
was "broke and pressed by cred creditors
itors creditors and worried about being ar,-
Rostmeisl told auitoritige he
did not try to contact his wife,
Anne Lee, or daughter,. 'after be
fled the North Carolina 'caMp he hecause
cause hecause he not know where they
were living. He said he. made' no
effort te marry. in this country.
After escaping, he. boarded a
train for Chicago, where he at atBurned
Burned atBurned the name Of Frank' Ems.
He worked ras a punch press op operator,
erator, operator, bartender and elevator on'
erator. He' said' be obtained a oo oocial
cial oocial security 'card, life insurance
and hozpitalizatiod, and joined the
Moose lodge in Chicago.

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LONDON-John Profurno,:;min Profurno,:;min.ister
.ister Profurno,:;min.ister of- state for foreign -aftairs;
in, nnotinoing: BritaiWs deMsion
to -sell arum to3he Iraqi govern government
ment government of Premier Abdel Kirim
Kassem:- ( :
dO tid;11E tile fording of
Gen. Kassem to rely' solely the
Scrviet bloc for arms would con--
triDute to stability., in the Middle
East-which -it ofir ,sole alr!41.'
WASKINGTON,
President' '1Geor'ge )Learty4yln-, de describing,
scribing, describing, 'the' latest drop in --unemployment
as- a', healthy sign: -?''
"We cannot 4elaic 'our-efforts to
4ichieve full ,.','emploYthent And 'lull
oreduction; 3and 'that', :will tot ake
-plAcb -until!' there,- some lions
,everdtie government e,t,tion.'1
WASIlINGTON 's--1,-15t. 'Martin
tither Xing; Negro Mihister0 who,
-led -Atte c19570iMontgernall,
bue.3YOtt,'T Spo111.!-: conference
ttliki0U8 leaden l' en racisL
crimination iintersignYmet11;41!-t
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"The' 'tragic4trittir, leLtliat? dis discrimination
crimination discrimination employMent
only dominant-: througheut4 the
:South; but ). is 7, shamefllY,', wide wideOreed
Oreed wideOreed thei North, .-,partietirarly
Int,dfie- Ireatt.-00114. commultities
'whick7'-often pridk-thernselvei; -as
liberal and, ircigressive centecs.!',
JONQT1010,CITIti 'Kan. Mr4;
E m in a Gatewood 11, Jk- Crallipo
Its; Ohlo,ion-,whyOhe iejwSking
to ,Oregon.. 407
yais' looking, 'fon'intestAing
act. Otis. stinpier,; i,w4it, to
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HosPitar,,recentlt ttameCup, with
a "con,ture woman 1 ".rinove 'a
"voodoo hoe' from a woman !and
her bhild.,
Dr. David alVilsm, .119stitili di director,
rector, director, said the hospita
service staff, arranged-tsthe ,tInongeientific-,
, -cure" afteriithe
an,,,broughtl.her chihl 14.7 'hos 'hospital
pital 'hospital for, treatnient..ktbemOther
became all. herselfo.refnied' to, eat
and' told. members- -.of ,-tithe,1-.Staff
treatment of the, do
no good stbecilkuse. we,Ve,.been
hexed."
Social: workirs the
,"Conjdreuovoman told -the,,,libspital..stsff;,:,
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O'n Atom Fallout

WASHINGTON 41.11'11-4.1.5,, lei leientixts
entixts leientixts are' eximining ,with mixed
reactions 'the latest mass, of old olddfliertolkerning
dfliertolkerning olddfliertolkerning Tedi Plinth fall fallouts,from
outs,from fallouts,from 1,, 7
;Testimony takenik, by)-the con congressional
gressional congressional ....sitbcommittee It ra radiitinn
diitinn radiitinn Iast-week Contahis amtnu amtnu&ton
&ton amtnu&ton both for those, who-, think
fallout is a :Metter for, graie teon teoncern'
cern' teoncern' and -for those who minitnize
the. danger.
rNeither,,, side',4alitut eto', have
eht.lheanicked
'congressional hearing, room.
thinks, the other.. is misleading the
public. about '04 danger of 411out
to World health-
Visot7 ComMittee.
gn ignering stronfinen
90, Abe' principgi 4.. menace; the
AEC OAC found., :that .filloutle
contribution. toi,tbe general tSdio tSdioactivity
activity tSdioactivity is' lsf.:than jive per' cent
as pinch las T. that ,,,' of medical
1C7,ray. Salt& E. Lapp, an, in independent'
dependent' independent' physicist, ,the 're 'report
port 'report "lest. than eanditll;
Other 'scientists' 'talked of bun.
dreds of -vises 'of-cancer and tens
or htindredsf Of thtisandr of here hereditark
ditark hereditark .defects, ,!Ancluding!lphysical
malformationg ;int' leibliminded leiblimindedness
ness leiblimindedness that 'would result from fall fallput
put fallput 'already-lit:le:Fled into' the.r.
anti 'atinosohere. '
These scientists still:: said, hovi hovithat;.pe
that;.pe hovithat;.pe peri.efitage ,of the
fillout:Aragedies will be so small
With ;relation JO the total of .hu .human
man .human .1niseries that the. difference'
pmbibly 'never ill, be detected..
There was solid- agreement on
one ..'pointif ;nuclear testing is
nuclear testing tis 'resumed .at the
1958 or!, at an'' accelerated 'rate,
worldwide radioactiVe fallouP.ean
become',4 serious hazard to
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Many,. scientists fear- failure of
the, Clenev'a talks 'Seeking i test
ban, would 'presage bigger nuclear
experimentt.. '
NOW SHE KNOWS.
, 131,YTHE. -9:neland WM'
Mrs: James: Tate tied. her oPP0-
nent in last 'week's lost eleetiong
but lost ,' the. other .candi.
'date's' name was pullet nitt nt a
hat 'to: break,' the tie..
On. -Sunday., h'er Main&
formed her that' he, -hadn't 'voted
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State SuPreme Court Justice
Miles Ir. McDonald today order ordered
ed ordered the Retail Drug Employes 11-'
nion te halt a strike against one
of six New York hospitals that
have been picketed by non-prolesSiena'
workers- since last week.
The order was issued as May Mayor
or Mayor Robert Wagner met'. with
both sides .ot City Rail in an ef effort
fort effort trend the walkout. A night.
long' session ever the weekend
broke tin yithout progress. t,
McDonald. granted the blittlie-
don -on behalf of Brooklyn Jew Jewish
ish Jewish :Hospital. lierbert Cainitta,
attorney' for the bospital, warned
the union that a eontempt cite citetied
tied citetied would be sought if tbe strike
continued.
The liospital was the only one
not covered by state Supreme
Cmot restraining' orders issued
last week. Union, officials have
ignored the court' orders.
,-The uMon called the strike .in
an effort to gain bargaining rec recognition.
ognition. recognition. More than 1,000 volun volunteers
teers volunteers have been helping out at
the, hospitals On such tasks as
wishing dishes, mopping floors,
Serving -meals and running the
elevators.

Rotherham Cops
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TO Fingerprint
All Males In Town
11,0THERHAM, England (UPI)
--Police said yesterday they will
fingerprint every male over 14
years of age in this city -in the
hunt-for the killer of 81-year-old
Ernest Crapper. Rotherham has
a population of 70,000.
Crapper was found dead in Ma
home last month.
Police said fingerprint teams
would visit every home In the
city if necessary. Chief Constable
J. E. Cotton emphasized that only
Crapper's killer was sought.
"1 give my personal assurance
that the fingerprmts collected in
this manner will be used only in
connection with the search for the
murderer," he Paid. Pledgod
that all the prints would be de destroYed
stroYed destroYed later.

,Exploter Rescued
'From Icy Cavern
BLIATAUX14t7R-LESSE, Bel Belgium
gium Belgium 12-year-old cave,
explorer was, rescued yesterday'
from lig cavern in which she spent
42 hours knee-deep. in icy waters
and rand.
, Spehmker Jacciuelnie Delmont
iimeared little the -worse for her
irdeal. Doctois; said she was in
satisfactory ',condition.'
The Atouvain University student
:Wet lrapped:Stmday when theleti
fellow-spelunkers. to.,',erawl into, 0
.130-foot long t,narrow timnel in
search. 'oft -''tbe underground eur eurrent
rent eurrent ,or- the River 'Lent,
A ,sudden rainstorm filled the
barrtl-wkle humeli which narrows
to about;12' inches, in some, places,
'and Miss Desmont slid into a
watery' cave..

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In other developments,'Local
237 of the Teamsters o n
threatened to call a strike at a
seventh hospital if recogniion is
not granted to the union,. a rival
of the Drug Employes UMon in
organizing hospital., workers.
The threat by ,:'Local 237 was
made against New York Hospital
in Manhattan. Union officials dis distributed
tributed distributed leaflets to wo'rkers at the
hospital which -told them to be
prepared for 'action "at any
hour, day or night.",'
Meanwhile, the Amalagamated
Laundry and Clothing Workers
Union steppety intcOhe dispute at
the six voltmtary, non-profft hos hospital'
pital' hospital' being picketed by the Drug
Employes Union.
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Louis Sunon, vice President of
the imion, ordered the nnionts 700
drivers to stop crossing picket
lines at the hospitals, effective
this morning. The drivers pre previously
viously previously had been ,deliverbag such
items as sheets, pillows and iter iterilized
ilized iterilized linen to the hospitals.
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are Lt. and Mrs. Lesley, 'Jones, and Lt. and Mrs. Newton. Lawley Is executive officer of D
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:.,:':;77:7-""...--,.. s to d Ed Mason,' FBII;, agent,Ar. hot :levered by state Supreme drivers te stop crossing picket Regular Army are 1st Lt. Fred W. Lawley, left, and 1st ,Lt., William P. Newton,, right. They '' 7
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' ,-, Mason turnedhim over to ins- ignored the Court orders. : viouslY had been delivering such are Lt. and Mrs. Lesley, -Jones, and Lt. and Mrs. Newton. Lawley Is executive officer of D
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Age irossiy ,, erred .in tieclari it '-
'2, J'AtICSuN, fU,PI)---'6---,,,ftiiveritY one. point-'-if : nuclear.. testing is ::.,- ..:,,,,
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- a "con,ture woman" to 'remove 'a 1958 or!. at an eceelerated Tate, ,i. ; -ts
In. itiri''apPeal, ',Atty.' Gen. Wil- "voodoo -hoe' from a AvOinitp;and worldwide 'radioactiVe, fallout:,ean 4 Immediate' Instilation
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sin 1.',.P.II.Rogrs.'Osked,',, tlie. High .her Child... 7, ., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,;:,,-, become ...a "aerions hazard to -CALL :2-'23'74 41 9- .,41,14 i
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DODtry:444,,rPgiStiall aCgAg.9.4 Of, became .M. imrselt. : ,
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fr m,voting: The and- told :memhers -At ,-.4the,,-,,n'taff 131,vTHL -Kneland CITPIY ',---
srrlog Negroes --.714:', .,T'r 7, '' ' ,ctb,,i.410larar,.
t 0 0 One and two piece dresses with full and. heath
skirts. Many Colors. Silts: 7 to 15, 12 to 20, I
iitir:;,fileR,,..last., SePtembr,,.:.wa treatment. ot.,the,ehlid, .,!''Woni, d' -do Mrs: Imes -Tate tied, het optio- -11,!100 VALUES
Le.;:firat. t,11;: :he' brotightnndee P,Ie oco.. tood.: stbeause. vie,Ve-,''been nent in last Weekta total elections :
iiiit. Rights: Ait. -, 1. -..- ", hexed." : -. ..:,- i,',,,.. ;',,:., '. but loat wh,en :,' the. other candi,- . ;1.1. 161 to 244.
...,.: -,,,,.....,.,:-. ,,,,..-,,,,,,,: ,,: ,,' ',. '-,',. :'',!,. ', Social, 'workers tailed:: 'in the date:t: name Ives pulled, fait. 'of a," : .. , ,, .,,,, ,:, : -,:: ;, Sleeveless and ca:p sleeve styles. Schiffli trim. 1
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Sizes: 9 to 15, 12 to 20, 161 to 241 ,
rasa, ii'd'44O0C.:to -far ',.id authbrig- tal.,Staff;,;.. ;..,,,-,. ,, ..,4:1,-1"' ....,-.4 ', (in. -SundaY,, b'er heibitut Inl, Acres. ,frean;T.Coca-Cola a :
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litlheHAitterne generat'Uthring "Peeple Iikk,:that ',arep!thciAett. formed her that' be, -hadn't 'Tpted -. st Irrimiripald
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5,111,.'4prit 1,0, 41.1tijfe -uavite, Asa- acreautx, luoic ,tu,'F',7,,,,,Apv yys,..- uau wouni kucangr taggvi. uu$,,Aa's 1 ,.. ,-
kissed, it 'Federal suit seeking in ,an.,broughtl,her., child ,i,to,1 thf los- experimentt. ,,
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CouiitYr.da-4, registrara oCCAsca, Of became all hersello.refitied ,to, eat NOW SHE KNOWS.
barrloy Negroes frotri,yoling. The and told members of,-,ithel a'taff 131,Y'rHE. rmeland CITPD -- ,, ,,
, One and two piece dresses with full and sheath
o f' suit,', ii01 last Septenther was treatment of ,the,,ehild,,:,would ,do Mrs: James Tate tied. her OPPO- I'll.... VALUES 0
,the,,first to'be brought 'under the no good : ltbeehuse 3Ne',Ve .been nent in last 'week's Wear electiong 41141111.' skirts. Many colors. Sizes: 7 to 1 5, 12 to 20,
d CiVil-ItightkAd 1 heXed.'.4- 1' a ,0 '',-- but lost when :the. other .candi,. ;,i'' ,,,,,m,
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JZdte '',-, Davis. ruled that '''. Con- ,l'conitfre'.1., woman to-,111 -41,-4,,h6spi- hat to. break, the tle.
,f great id gone too lar,,Idatithhris- tal,,staff; ,,,,, it .,4,,','", -4 On 'Sunday- her husbind 'Inl Across ,from,'-Coca-Cola Sizes: 9 to 1 5, 1 2 to 20, 161 to 241
fnetheAtttorney generia.,t0' bring "People likethat ",arepliheted. formed her that' he hadn't 'voted a
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it, a suit 'against,' "anY personT, who They. just ,think 'they' are,"' fr.. ,. in the election. :-
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CANDIDATE FOR STATEHOODStraddling the Trple
of Cancer, the 1,500-mile chain that composes the Hawaiian
Islands soon may be the 50th state.. Extending from the
Sugar-producing island of Hawaii to uninhabited ;Cure,
many points of this oceanic complex are little more than
stopping places for migrating birds. Sixty per cent of the

Clinton Likeness
Faces Oblivion
In New Tax taw

WASHINGTON (UPI) DeWitt
Clinton's portrait, seen by mil millions
lions millions daily, has been doomed to
loin the cigar store Indian and
She penny postcard in oblivion.
In case you wonder where
iou've seen Clinton, take a look
at the nearest pack of cigarettes.
Ile's the r a ther grim-visaged
'character who stares at you from
the federal tax stamp.
The Internal Revenue Service
las announced that after Jung
24, cigarette manufacturers would
be permitted to eliminate the
stamps and pay their government
excise taxes twice a month direct directly
ly directly to the treasury.
11,Clinton, a New York governor
Whose name is linked with the
Erii Canal, has been adorning
tigarette stamps since 1879. The
treasury says his Ttortrait has
rolled off government presses an
astronomical 498.089,610,000near 498.089,610,000nearly
ly 498.089,610,000nearly a hall-trillion timessince he
1Nas first honored.
i Last year, for instance, Ameri Ameritan
tan Ameritan 'smokers ripped,' open nearly
11,V-billion packs, tearing DeWitt's
picture in the process.
4 Experts are willing to concede
lhat Clinton's nortrait holds the
lovernment printing record for
gy one portrait. although Wash Washngton
ngton Washngton and Lincoln probably have
been presented in various poses
tnore than any othgr American
In postage and money issues.
It It was a dubious honor for Clin Clintun
tun Clintun to be selected. It is techni technitally
tally technitally against the law for anyone
to open a pack without ripping

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Drop In Unemployment Stiffens GOP
Resistance To Demo Spending Plans

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WASHINGTON (UPI) Last
montte,s sharp drop in unemploy unemployment
ment unemployment stiffened Republican resist resistance
ance resistance today to Deocratic spend spending
ing spending proposals and Senate Majority
Leader Lyndon B. Johnson's job jobless
less jobless study plan.
Senate GOP Leader Everett M.
Dirksen cited the governent re report
port report issued Monday showing that
unemployment fell by 735,000 in
April to 3,627,000, the lowest point
since December, 1957.
Dirksen said the decline "ob "obviously
viously "obviously means diminished interest
in setting up an unemployment
study commission" for long or
short term use. He said it "shows
confidence in the country's busi business
ness business structure."
But Assistant Senate Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield said
"the need is still there" for the
Johnson study idea, except -that it
should now be on a continuing,
long-term basis."
Johnson's proposal, now bogged
down. in the House, calls,lot,Na
report,olt tmemployment
days.a7 ,, To.cfr"
Both Democrats and Bcpnb Bcpnblicans
licans Bcpnblicans applaured the falloff ifi un unemployment.
employment. unemployment. Labor Secretary
James P. Mitchell, in a Miami
speech, hailed the report as "vcry
good news" but said there gull
remain "valleys", of unemploy unemployment.
ment. unemployment.
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islands' 570,000 population live on Oahu, with its capital city
of Honolulu and the naval base of Pearl Harbor. Although
removed from the Hawaiian group by Congress in 1953,
Palmyra Island, almost 1,000 miles southward, may be in included
cluded included in statehood plans. Largest industries, in order, aro
sugar, pineapples, tourism, livestock and fishing.

The Democrats contended the
seasonal improvement did not end
the jobless problem in areas of
chronic distress. Sen. Hubert H.
Humphrey fD-Minn.) called this
"temporary improvement" which
should not hinder proposals like
his for creation of a youth con conservation
servation conservation corps.
Mansfielr told a reporter Con Congress
gress Congress "should not operate on a
spur-of-the-monent basis but make
long-term plans to meet unem unemployment
ployment unemployment that comes with an in increasing
creasing increasing population and automa automation."
tion." automation." R,9 stressed that more than a
million new workers will ent2r
the picture next month when high
schools and collegis dump grad graduates
uates graduates into the labor market.
"This is a problem which now
should be met with a continuing
commission rather than with a 60-
day me, because the problem is
not temporary," Mansfield said.

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BONN, deimany (UPI) West
German Economics Minister Lud Ludwig
wig Ludwig Erhard, who may succeed
Konrad Adenauer as chancellor
this year, will visit the United
States next month.

"'"61" ""r" Economic Ministry sources said
ment. that Erhard would go to the Unit United
ed United States to receive honorary de de:he
:he de:he stamp. But the government crees from two universities. It
prosecutes only when there is was Assumed, however, that Ear Earwillful
willful Earwillful intent to defraud by using hard would take advantage of the
the stamp again. visit to meet with U.S. leaders.

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Fred Astaire Asks
Television Academy
To Take Back Awari

HoLLYwoon (UPI) Dancing
star Fred Astaire yesterday ask asked
ed asked the Television Academy te
take back the contruversial 'besi
actor' Emmy voted him by mem members.
bers. members. Astaire, in his plea to the acad.
enty, said he feels the academy
members misunderstood the title
of his performance category. The
award was one of nine he
received last Wednesday night for
luz 1958 show, "An Evening With
Fred Astaire."

THE LAST LAP.Dick Linder vainly tried to maintain control in midair on the 58th lap of a 100-mlie Face at the Trenton,
N.J., Speedway, but was killed when his Vargo Special ripped through the railing and went down an embankment The Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh driver's machine vaulted the front of Don Branson's spinning atitomobile,center. Bob Christie's car spins other way.

'He feels' that due to mis misuneerstanding
uneerstanding misuneerstanding of the title of this
particular category, titled best
performance by an actor a
confusion and controversy has
arisen and he can see the point in
question," Astaire's agent Bernie
Kamins said.
"With all respectful apprecia appreciation
tion appreciation to those who so kindly voted
for him in this-category, he feels
that this is the' right thing to do,
.14.'hoi does wish-to seet the
valueeof Hui l'elevisioh Academy
Awards impaired in any way
whatsoever.'
The controversy followed As Astaire's
taire's Astaire's selection, and followed a
blast by television star Ed Sulli Sullian
an Sullian that the award was unfair
and even "ridiculous' because
the dancer's popularity had be beclouded
clouded beclouded members in ,choosliKt be between
tween between a dancing emcee perform performance
ance performance and acting part in a play or
story.

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Rear Admiral Le VirS S. Parks. new Commandant o.f the Fifteenth Nays.' ,Dist,rict,
ADMIRALS' RECEPTION and Mrs. Parks were introduced to high-ranking officials of the militsry, diploma diplomatic
tic diplomatic corps, Panama and Canal ZOne governments at a fOrmal repeption hpsted by Rsar Admiral and Mrs., George-,
Wales, who left for the States Tuesday morning. Pictu'rad lei the receiving line, from left,' are Admital,ind Mrs.
Wales, Admiral and Mr. Parks, Capt.1S. B. Purdie, Chief of Staff. Being introduced is the Dciminican Republic's
,
ambassador to Panama Hector B. de Clistro and Mrs. de Castro.

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the foreground'from left are Col. Richard Schlosser, Miss'Loia'Fraunheim.and A2o 'Richard Thurmilis

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,-,,t. NEW YORK, May 13 (UPI) All's fair in love
l'' and war, so the Indians are now using a "rock" to
' ticnock off the Yankees.

This particular rock happens to
rbeitocky Colavito and what
t hurts the Yankees is that he was
',born and bred in the Bronx and
' always dreamed of playing for
I them.
Every time he opposes the Yaw
kees now however, he turns the
s game into a nightmare for poor
: old Casey Stengel.
4 Like last night, for example,
' when he blasted his eighth homer,
two doubles and a single in a 7-6
,vietory that repre,sented Cleve Cleve-
- Cleve- land's third straight triumph of
-the season over the slumping
world champions.

To make matters worse for
Casey, he had to sit and watch
ex-rankee Woody -Held slam
tyorun homer during i
third-inning outburst for the
Tribe.
Cal McLish gave up homers to
- Mickey Mantle, ; Elston Howard
and Yogi Berra but still wound up
with his fifth straight victory
though he needed relief help from
Jim Perry. Young Perry struck
out four of the seven men he faced
to protect Cleveland's 112 game
' lend in the American League race.
' Three Yankee errors helped the 1
Indians score &tit unearned runs
and one of the errors was commit commit'
' commit' ted by Berra, who had set a re record
cord record by catching 148 straight
games without a miscue.
The White Sox went 12 innings
to beat the Red-Sox, 4-3, and the
Senators topped' the Tigers, 7-4.
Rain postponed the Kansas City CityBaltimore
Baltimore CityBaltimore game.;
Los Angeles climbed into tie
for the National Leagtie lead with
a 3-1 win over Philadelphia; Pitt
shilrgh nipped San Francisco, 6-5,
in 12 innings; St. Louis beat Cin Cincinnati,
cinnati, Cincinnati, 74, and Chicago licked
Milwaukee, 7-3.
Even Ted Williams' first ap appearance
pearance appearance of the season couldn't
help the Red Sok in their extra-inning
struggle with the White Sim
Williams was hitless in five trips,
Al Smith's two-run- tomer 1W-the
12th 'tiff loser Murray Wall detir-.
ed the outcome although Jackie
Jensen hit his eighth homer off
winner Rudy Arias in tlie bttom
of the 12tb.
Harmon K i I le b r e -Wash
Ingtotts-new wonder -boy,,
llth and -12th homers and
dromin five rune against Detroit.
The 12-year-old Killebew hit a
two-rIn homer off Frank Lary in
the sixth to tie the score at 3-3 and
then belted a three-run smash off
Ray Narleski in the seventh. Bill
Fischer was the: winner and Dave
Sisler the loser;
Southpay Danny McDevitt li limited
mited limited the Phillies to five hits in
pitching the Dodgers into a first firstplace
place firstplace tie with the Braves. One
of the hits he allowed was a
homer by Willie Jones. McDe McDevitt
vitt McDevitt singled home the Dodge's'
first run off loser Gene Conley
and the lead run scored on an
error by shortstop Joe Kopp.
Pittsburgh came up with three
lrunrin the 12th to edge the Giants.
who rallied for two runs in their
initt-of the 12th. Dick Stuart's dou dou'
' dou' blo 'and Bill Mazeroski's single
broke a 3-3 tie in the decisiie
frime anr two more runs crossed
' on, a walk with the bases full and
!, single by Roberto Clemente. TWii
,.ertors by Clemente and one by
Boit Hoak helped the Giants to
i; theirfinar two runs in the bottom

3.

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Lloyd Nolan
Lee Phillips Terry Moore
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Jeff Chandler
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Clark Gable Ava' Gardner
Grace Kelly "MOGAMBO"
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GAMBOA 7 :09
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Maria Schell
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MARGARITA 7:00
Teffrey Lynn 1,
Leila Barry
"LOST LAGOON"
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Mickey Roney Tom Ewell
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B. Carlin, ss
Kosik, 3b
Me Lane, p
Padron, 2b
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Catlett, xi
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of the frame. Bennie Daniels was
credited with his first victory.
Home runs by Gary Blaylock.
Joe Cunningham and Ken Boyer
carried the Cardinals to their vic victory
tory victory over the Reds. Blaylock gain gained
ed gained the decision,although he weak weakened
ened weakened in the seventh anr gave way
to Bill Smith. Brooks Lawrence
was roughed up for eight of the
Cards' 12 hits in 2-2-3 innings atid
suffered his second loss.
P inch hittor E a rl Avorill's
grand-slam honk,. with two di
in the ninth off Low Burdetto
gave the Cubs their como-from
behind vktory over tho Bravos.
Burdette, charged with his sec second
ond second loss against five wins, had a
four-hit 3-2 lead until the ninth.
Eddie Mathews Mt Ma 13th homer
for the Braves and Johnny Logan
and Del Crandall also connected.
Reliever Don, Ellston received cre credit
dit credit for his first victory, after reliev relieving
ing relieving starter Bob Anderson in the
ninth.

By GEORGE SINCLAIR
Socond Half Standing
Tams W L Pct. Gb
Abernathy 13 3 .812
Cerveceria 12 4 .750 1
Jantzen Maduro 9 8 .529 Oi
Glud Mariners 4- 12 .250 9
Maurielo 3 14 .176 1012
Pan Liquid Rallies in
7th to Boat Janhon

Cerveceria Pan Liquid rallied
in the 7th inning for three runs to
edge Jantsen Maruro 5 to 3 and
close in on first half champs Aber Abernathy
nathy Abernathy by one full game.
Lane went the route for the
beermen to register his third
straight win over Jantsen in the
second half and 'his 13th yin
against 8 defeats in the season.
While Carrantini took the loss for
Jantien to even up. bliP record at
11 WintigaInst-11 44(eats.
JantSe got ts tibia in the first
inning -When Area dropped Ray
Niekisher's fly ball in eenterfield.
The Beermen scored one in the
second and came back in the Lth
with run to tie the score at 2 runs.
Jantson tookithe lead,sigain in the
bottom of Ntbe7 Stb,:tinu,ing when
Carrantini triple4 trough first
base and scorerowkWill Nickish Nickisher's
er's Nickisher's single to center:44
The Beermen came tO life in the
7th inning as Huertas opened the
frame with a single to. right lied
and was forced at pond on Ale
Arthur's ground ball. Carlin and
Ostrea singled in succession to
score Mc ArtbUr with the tying
run. Kosikt, with thre0 intentiobal
balls in his favor;' reached out on
the, fourth pitch and rrove it to
deep center.- Carlin sairtr-ifter
the catch and Ostrea went tothird
on the relay. Lane singled to sco score
re score Ostrea with the third up in
the inning and the Beermen Sth of
the game. Jdntsen in their hall of
the 7th with Hardin and Black
going out in order. tarratini
singled but Lane 'got WiThqsliekis
her to toll out to ne the game
Ostrea, with two hits in 4 trips,
led the hitting .!ittaelt,,for Sam
Catlett Beennen' ir rantini
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Carr, rf 30000
Jenken, 2b 30121
Girdkston, lt 10000
Gayer, tis 2 0 0 2 3
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Aaron, Braves
Robinson, Reds
,, Demeter, Dodgers
Banks, Cubs
Jones, Phillies
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Colavito, Indians
Jensen, Red Sox
Triandos, Orioles
Maris, Athletics
Lemon, Senators

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(Based on 60 ,official at bats)
National League
G Ab R H Pet.
Aaron, Mil 28 111 21 53 .477
Burgess, Pit. 24 76 10 30 .395
Temple, Cin. 26, 105 21 38 4362
Pinson, Cin. .26, 108 23 38 .352
Bouchee, P 91 13 32 ,352
Cimoll, S. L. 28 111 21 39 -351
Mays, S. F. 27 111 21 37 .333
Bruton, Mil. 21 85 16 28 ,329
4Robinson, C 26 102 21 33 .324
D'meter,L.A. 28 108 20 34 .315

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LEADING
HITTERS

'American League

Kuenn, 'Det. 20 78 121 if '4.397
Fox, Chi. 26 108 12 40 .370
Ka line, Det. 26 107 11 38. .155
Maris, K. C. 25 98 19 33 .337
Runnels, Bos 25 95 16 32 .337
Colavito, C. 25 100 19 33 .330
Malzone, Bos 25 100 19 33 .330
Power, Cle. 25 105 22 34 .324
Berberet, D .20 62 9 20 .323
Str'land, .e 25 85 11 27 ,318
Runs Batted In

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Robinson, Reds 32
Demeter, Dodgers 2,)
Banks, Cubs 28
Mathews, Braves 28
Aaron, Braves 25
Pinson, Reds 25
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators 28
Cerv, Athletics ' 23
Triandos, Orioles 22
Lemon, Senators 2,1
Maris, Athletics 20
Allison, Senators 20
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Home Runs
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
ews, Braves 13
1, Braves 8
mon, Reds 8
ter Dod gers 7

Face, Pirates 4
Klippstein, Dodgers 3
BrtVes 2
Roberts, Phi Hies 3
Mizell, Car4 3
Henry, Cubs 3
Kline, Pirates 3

AMERICAN I
MeLish, Indians
Wilhelm,' Orioles
Pappas, Orioles
Fischer, Senators
Larsen, Yanks
Walker, Orioles
Arias, White Sox
Griggs, Senators
Baumann, Sxo

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Teams W L
Fast lich 0 1.
Atlantic 2 3
turundu 2 4
Armed Forces 0 3
Marcum Toms 2Hitter
as Teammates Collect 12.

Du lias.ltisks
Charley,:Scott

,
CHICAGO (1.710,--Ralph, Dupes
risks his No: 2 ranking among
the world welterwpights tonight
against another top battler
who boats a four-fight winning
streak, Charley SCott ',of Philadel Philadelphia.
phia. Philadelphia. It's the weekly TV fight.
Dupes, a fornier.', lightweight
who' nOW hitiy his,pei)g at' 143 or
144 'pounds, yes 'in 8-5 'favorite to
derfy the 23-year-old challenger
his fifth straight win.
The scrap could .be a standout
for boxing perfection. Dupes,
classed as a light hitter, has hid.,
92 fights, even though he is'inly
24 years old, and has jabbed find
sped to .1 victory,.-in
Scott, a profeseional for six
years, has had only, 31, fights..
with 22 wins'. Scott, regarded' aa
a puncher more thaea boxer, al although
though although he gets fancy with left
hook-right cross combillations, tal tallied
lied tallied 12 knockouts while Dupas;. in
nearly three-times as many fights
has only 13 knockout Win9
Dupes has been 'Most effective
since. he moved up' from the 135-
pound class after he lost a title
bout to Joe Brown May 7, 1958
.He's kept his -.speed despite the
adred weight ,and his punching
has added power. 7
SeOtt, t00,- ill a 'changed fighter
since hi became active under
new management after staying
out of the ring during 1957. He
came back into action under the
leadership of Norman: Henry. and
Joe Gramby- and the latter gave
him the advice which lifted him
into the top ten.
"I told him to forget about
worrying," Gramby said. "And he
'did. Two starts later be was awe awe'
' awe' some, against Torm.Brown. Then
'he upset Isaac Logan and in a
'rematch. finished Logart in three
Irounds
Despitethe' improveme'nt 'in his
opponent, Dupes' camp was un unworried
worried unworried about the match.
"Ralph has bandied fellows like
him beforeo" Trainer Angelo Dun Dundee
dee Dundee said; ."He took tare ,of Gil
Turner, a big strong guy, ar.d
Sugar Hart too, even if he lost. a
split decision to Hart."

N

hitting ,of team enabled Fast,
lich to remain undefeated in the
past six games. For three innings
Marcum' held Cttrundu hitless and
scoreless ,u no one was able to
get past first base.
Treadway opened the top of the
4th. with a walr but was thrown
out by Ness to L. French. Fran Frangioni
gioni Frangioni then hit a single to 'eft and
wu advanced to second when
Underwood walked. Metcalf hit
sharply to4third and Frangioni
scored closely font:need myAAatt myAAattcalf
calf myAAattcalf for the final ruo of the
game. The only Curundu, players
to get hits were. Frangioni with
one for four and Metcalf with one
for three,
Zent toed the mound lor Curun
du and gave up 10 runs on10 hits.
Piaia relieved him in the sixtb and
was 'nicked for 1 run on tyo tuts.
Fastlich crossed thy plate 5 times
in the first inning when Huddles
ton tripled, Bettis doubled and
Ness singled.
Four Tuns were scored in the
third and fourthon a triple by. L.
French, a single by Ness, a doll.
ble br Bettis, a single by' Smith
'and a:double by Ness. Fastlia
ded two more in the fifth andsixth
on a 'single by Reichert, a single
by Snlith and Ness and a triple
by Yortune.
Ness had a perfect day at the
prate ,with 4 for 4 followed by
Huddleston, Reichert 'and 'fortune
yith pne for one and Smith and
Bettie' with two for throe: Smith,

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JUNIOR COLLEGE, this year's interscholastic basketball champions will be' the host team in the annual .7. C. Basketball Invite:lime!,
Tournament. The Devils must defeat the Tigers of Cristobal High School in their filial school game to keep tbeir record cletit,Thus
far they have won five school games and seven exhibition games without a loss. Two of the biggest reasons for this-year's tine reeord
are the Mexander Bros., Don and Gary. Gary and Don are almost complete opposite in build and basketball technique.DoMtle
them in from the vicinity of the midcourt area while'Gary ptishes them in from hnmediately below or from the right corner;,One
thing these two have in common though is their ability to amass-points. At last counting,Donnie has accumulated a total' tin while'
his slender running mate was collecting 84 forfive games. During the school seem. the Mexandera have been assisted very eficiently'
by Ron Mead, Bruce Spurlock, Bill Gibson and George Trimble. Also available to the Devils for, tournament play be Jtick Peron Perontie
tie Perontie and Bob Best both' of whom are full time students at the Junior College but are ineligible -for scholastic competition. In last,year'l
tourney the J.C. kids were eliminated in their opening encounter by Glud Agency 57-43. Man3r,, of the local sporti ixpeits are pre-',
dieting a Tournament Championship for the Green and White this year to go- along 'with their School League trophy.,Shown from left
to right in the pictilre above are-Kneeling Ries, Oakley, Jim Ben son; George 'nimble, Jack Whitman, 'Carlos Meggers,'Etigene Burch,',
Jim Whitman. Standing Fred Harley (Mgr), Bill ,Gibson, Bruce Spurlock, Ronald Alexander, Ron Meakl' Gary AleXander, S.. J.
Brown, Coach.
,

,
For Sevent tratght iltctory
, ,
V.P.W. TEENER SERIES John Marcum behind the solid Fastlich center field made a
hitting ,of hie, team enabled Fast. nice running catch in the. 5th in
reams W L Fat. lich to remain undefeated in the ning off the, bat of Grangioni.
rastlich 7 0 1.000 past six games. For three innings ..
Ulantic 2 3 .400 Marcum' held Curundu hitless and The box score: 1-
'Artmdu 2 4 .333 scoreless ,u no One wee able to ,, 6 ''' 'rl, ' r,
timed Forces 0 3 .000 get past first base. Corusido I ; ., Ab It 14, Pe A
Marcum Tones 2-Nitter Zent p-2b 2 0 0 0 2
as Teammates Collect 12. Treadway opened the top of the Treadway 3h 2 0 0,, 3' 1
. 4th. with a walk' but Wag thrown Fragioni e 4 1 2 3 I.
' out by Ness to .L. French. Fran-
and Metcalf ss ', 2 1- 1 1' 0
Underwood, lb. 2 '041 0 4,. 0
Dupas Risks gioni then hit a single to 'eft
wu advanced to second when Girardi 2b-cf .' 1- 0 0 -2; 2
Underwood walked. Metcalf hit piaia et.p ., 0 6 0 1
.., sharply to Ithird and P'rangioni Manning rt,,,!1,,,ir.' 2.1,0 4. 0,,,,,t 10
tinter 14 I 4' :Ma' 4 1" tit itf 0
sok ,,. :..A.s, ,,k,11.$43,A4,..1 21,,t,- cored closely folloWed me,121tt- H
Rating' Against salt for the final run of the ' ' ',....,,'' ', .",,
geame. The only Curundu- IllaYers Fastlich ;.: , Als- i 14 :PO' A
.to get hits were. Frangioni with .rench, 14' 2b 4 4 .1. I 2 l'' 1
one for four and Metcalf with one HuddieSton, 3b -I 1 1, CI 1
Charley, Scott
, for ,three, '', . lartaenncloann offs -lb 33 1 00 ,..12f 01
Zent 'toed the mound ior Curtin- smith et 2 2 2 2 0
; du and gave up 10 runs on,10 hits. Pricster lb it 2 ',2 0 4. 0
.
, Piaie relievid him in the sixth and Igen e ,4 3 4 g 3
,,
Bettis. li, 3 0 2- I 0
By ED SA1NSBURY was nicked for I run on tyo hits.
CHICAGO (UPI ' Fastlich crossed the. plate 5 times Marcum p s, 3 0 .0 -A- 2
i'r-11.alph, Dupas in the first inning when Huddles frencho. W., 3b 1 0, 0,...11, 0
Beichart ss 1 0 I .0 1
risks his No: 2 ranking among ton tripled, Bettis doubled and
the world welterwcights tonight Ness singled. Fortune If 1 0 I '0'''' 0
against another top battler
i
who boats a four-fight winning Four ,runs were scored in the .,
SUMMARY -.
streak, Charley SCott ,,of Philadel- third and fourthon a triple by. L. B. B.: Marcum,.10, Zent 4; Fiala
phia. It's the weekly TV fight. French, a single by Ness, a dou- a.
Dupas, a fortner. lightweight ble by' Bettis, a single by, Smith v S. 0,: Marcum 7, Zent 2,, Piai's 6.
who now bits, hiyopettik at' 143 or 'and a'double by Ness. FastliCh ir- Off: Marcum 2 runs, 2 hits in
144 pounds, yes 'in 8- 'favorite to ded two more in the fifth and'sixth innings; Zent 10 runs; 10 hits in
by Stith and Ness and a triple
len), the 23-year-old challenger on a single by Beichert a single 5 inningq Fiala, I riln,' 2 hits, in
his fifth straight win. I-
The scrap could ..be a standout by Fortune. 1 innin '-'
213. 'Hits: Bettis 2i Nola. 3B.
for boxing perfection. Dupes, Hits 1,.. French, Huddleoton, For Fortune.
tune. Fortune. Umpires: Seigliane,,Nesit Sr.
:lassed as a light hitter, has had., Ness had a perfect day at the
n fights, even though he is' Only Prate ,,with 4 for 4 followed by Scorer: Dobson.
14 years old. and has labbed and Huddlestono BeicharCand 'Fortune ,

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One I o beat Despite 1:817r'''triCliC.)' )11" 11' (711P:-1
The Misrpt Marlins; who .makts a
habit of 'winning, the eiete vties,
Orbit's Prep Win:: 10 innings st -Thig,ht;.; to
, , subdue the Columbus Jets, 3,2.,
,
!"' John AnterS011,441)01nentarity :up.
BALTIMORE (UPI). Royal 'set bY Alitth
Orbiee victory in the Preskness homer that sent 41ke qpime.inttr,,ex qpime.inttr,,exPrep.
Prep. qpime.inttr,,exPrep. was impressive but Sword Are sessions, ..pitched, a ....neat:Jour-.
Dancer remained the.- hotsel, to, hitter to rick'. up' hi's third victfiry
beat 'teday in the secOnd,sce the,, in .lour decisiens'Iori.,the. :Interne :Internetriple
triple :Internetriple crown races at Pimlico-Sat- titinal League, leadett.L..
urday: tTwiri 'Clumbuic Saixic fronVbel
; -1 hind, ok tie', tht eitire,o.but Attlee AttleeBel'
Bel' AttleeBel' Sloan,- the track'svnintisels eon,' Ye's-equal, to the-occasion', and
manager, has installed Swnrd he posted:Miami's' Igh 'Victeq,
Dancet as the early favorite the, Marline'. last.
for the' ilard running of thePrettk- ,'&Seconitplatee:
nest.' First Landing is the Seccinit with .,,Mianit' ',Whgevvitsbinif
Choice' at 3-1 tnd Royal, Orbit,:ls vbester, on Dallat''Greeleir.five
being Auoted at 1-2. :4, hitter: tive-run.','Iteont:ilandig,
Moving up from third place 'at ,Sperlied by Dick ,roWit'ai first
the stretch turn, 'Royal Orbt-, won homer shire, being sentAloWn, bY
the Prep by a half-lengtV over. Clev'eland Satuirdayi.1,"rgsve
Manasse. Mauler Monday,' Black,,Oreen his fourth yhti:ot the:leer.
,Iiills finished third, VS lengths. Pat' Scantlebury,'Withliely,from
ahead' of Marauder, whle Master, Ital',,Woodeschicit, in the.,oltuth,
Palynch and Call the.' 'Witness helped...4h'. ,TOronto 'Maple; Leafs
brought up the rear 'of' email in a 4 'verdtet .ov the:Montrial
feld. Two-ruit- usterk he tthe
lioYal Orbit traveled 'milt and first -end-",sixth., I ings 'tainted
ope exteenth A 1:44 4-5,, the list Stentlebury to' pick Alp hiti,,aeOnd
lest clocking of the meeting', for win. Without' a lots:, -'
that distance. The Preakness :la', Riehteendr end jLivang pest pestmile
mile pestmile and three-sixteenths event.',4 potteti,py
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! NATIONAL LEAGUS
Turns ,,, Vi 1., Pct. 1511:'
Los -Angeles 18 22 .800
Milwaukee ras 10 .800 '1At
Cincinnati 12 338, 112
San Francisco! 14 '13 .519 2
Chicago 'Ll" 1 15' 25 .500 29s
Pittsburgh 7' 12 '14?,402 4312,
Philadelphia r; 11 15 f'.423 4;11
St. Louis 4, 10 14 457 11W
Today's 0Maa'
, tinclitnati,,et Chicago
Milwaukee at, St. Louis; (N)
Pittaburith lit Los Angeles (Nt
Philadalphia at San Francisco
Yastarday's Itasultst
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Law,' Face, Daniel (1-1) and
Burgas, Polies.
'Antonelli, Worthington, Miller,
G. Zones (1-2),,Zsitni, ShipleY ancl
Schmidt, landzilh.l.'
Mit 4 ' 010 110 9' 2
- 600-4-
Chic. 000 101 005-7, 3 0
Burdens, (5-2) and Crandall.
- Anderson, -Eston (1-1) and S.
Taylor. 1.
(Night Sams)1
Cin. ' 000 002 200-4 7 3
St. Louis 211 120 00x-7 12 2
'Lawrence (3-2),, Pena, O'Toolei
Rudolph'. and Bailey. 4,
BlayloCk (1-1) and-R. Smith.
(Night Gamalt'
Philadelphia '1, Los 'Angeles 3

Itsillthig,VS fiithetwei' liht-11te,
Chestnut:. right Ointimieri416-
beaten 126,-potmd' champion, Jesus
Saniamar4 at the ',Colon Arena
May.?, 2f4 inatesd ot,,thia.,-Sunday
was. originally plaunedi it as.
aitioutteed tedt3
Chestnitt, ivho now in 'mext 'mextto;
to; 'mextto; ls', scliedqed'io,ailiVe on the
Iithmue,thialgurkday, i 1
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The 'sipipit..?','Neirs!ivitto
m o 11,t, f this
woricrs fnatherstnitots by, ilhs t;
Ring tnitossins, 'itts;:intst 'itts;:intstpre
pre 'itts;:intstpre bis4sngssoment herb,' 10-
Or ;he swiss dithisted nib
co's' Ernisto loigintrns ells.
puts(' &desks,' Nilki
thins! Boxing 'Aisigiation
tniric lattis AFlytioros 'ths
Sten Inist festitsrwsight trosho
wortd.
:ilt errotneously 'published
last- 'week that Chestrfut :had
beaten the. Mexican., ,
An a telephene COniiisatien
from- Mexico viith'a representa representative
tive representative ;of ',the promoters whO are
bringing Chestnot here, fonti.ei
Panamanian tract star 'Lloyd Le

BY OLIVER MORRISON
BALTIMORE, Id. (UP1).Clai (UP1).Claiborne
borne (UP1).Claiborne Farm's Dunce Joined ',the
fieldjor the Igird, running-of' the
$159,009-Added Preaknen Stakes
yesterday?. seising t b p.robable,,
,starters Saturday's .tecond
jewel of the- Triple Crown' ;to '12.
DOnee,'.seventh.plate linieberin
the Kentucky Derby, will bc
den hy HoWard .Grant wbo
never' before had had, a mount ,in
either' thc Kentocity Derby, the
Pl4eaknese or the 'Belmont, Stakes.
On' the 'strength of the rothping
three-length 'victory ,Jet Belmont
Perk Mondey, Dunce -wai'abipped
to pintlieo to-, take on Sword
Dancer, First tanding;A,ROyal Or OrblVMsnassa
blVMsnassa OrblVMsnassa Mauler, Open, View,
BlaCk Hills,'Our
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tival Festival King.-
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Vitk,' 12 !starter' the rate, will
be Werth. total a ,s191,100 with
2139,300 ',to' the wilmer,,,,
All 'the probable' starter sie on
the greunds Arid : riding assign assignments
ments assignments also are. set. Willie ,Shoe ,Shoemaker),
maker), ,Shoemaker), who,;' krode ',:sroirty Low: to
victor,y, in the Kentucky., Derby,
rides Sword ,Daneer; the horse
he noged out at, Churchill, Downs.
TOM y', Lea, ,shippei. hack to
California after his Derby victory,
knocking' out the possibility of a
Triple .Crown.leinnei )11 1959.
,Addie Attar who has More
Completely.' dominated ..the' Freak Freaknest
nest Freaknest Alm 'Its 'has the' KntuchY
Derby', rides Irtret,tanding, which
was third lit.' thc Rose 'Run', at
Churchill Nome on May
Arcaro hall 'won ;the Kentucky
Derby five,' thnes,''' but, has taken
the Preakneke..stakes .six, times.
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Orbit Wen Prep
' Willie iiiirmats 'rides Royal Or Orbits,
bits, Orbits, .w inner of,' the Preakness
Prep Monday, while Ray Brour Broureird
eird Broureird handles Maness ,Mauler, the
upset yinner el Vie World Memos.

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Chicago; '' :477
Baltimore' '45'. 22 .356 2
'Washington 13 -S,14.1.317 3
Boston' 43,1,480 t
New, York- ':''? 11', le
Kansas ,City t.440 I
Detroit'', ,t7;,,346 VP4

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Del. ,t -:200 010-,100-4 1
Wash. 000 40x-7 8 1 s
Lary,' Miler" (0-111,,,Narleski and
Berberet ,
- Fischer,,,(34), Clevenger- mg
Porter. -, 4
(Night Iamay
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New York 013 000 200-4 11 3
MeLlsh (54), Perry and Nixon.
Ditinar (1-2),- Maas, t, Shantz,
1Coatet, -Duren aid Berra.
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Chic. 020 000409 002-4 12 1
Boston' 010 000 100 001-3 9
Donovan, Stanley, LOWn, Arias
(2-0) and 14o1
De lock, Monbouquette; Wall
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Beach reattl ,tha :thc,Statesida
fighter insisted pn:10 tIrct, week
respite"' after his 'bruising battle,
with the Mexican. ,
,1141 made Stateside arrangements
for Cliestnut'S' trip ton'Abetillt of

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tut Ciiesttut .,planatto Paul .lorgen .lorgennest,',Ilith:ranketVliy7
nest,',Ilith:ranketVliy7 .lorgennest,',Ilith:ranketVliy7 the!: n4t,
POEM., Ifjte- wing; )te :hopes for a
,;,,,with,..:,elorld,;,-126-pound
14ring: P avey hitoort$;,
-, La Be.ch Said ',4tkiit-; tAionot
...knows. mat : Serifii,,steriti',is
jtough AuiNgnek, Id r figures
:that ho ICholingtt-Aneecitite be
'in perfect ,Shapt 'fell. ;beer, a against'
gainst' against' the ,Penatnaniati.
Chestent droppetk, decision :to
the:then l'attiantit,cliampion ,Isi ,Isidre,
dre, ,Isidre, Martinez 18 plofitha go-; -in
ITICO'eLl Mar Martinet
tinet Martinet to!,'clethrone hittOn nhatn nhatnpionship,metch
pionship,metch nhatnpionship,metch oat :'the ,COln;:'A ,COln;:'A'renk
'renk ,COln;:'A'renk lat June.1,
'' The loC, al' monarch ha's' wen 18
consecutive fights- epAl ,:ituffered
no' loisesi as pro:

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lel and. a supplementary nomina nomination
tion nomination to the Freshness it a cost
of $10,000.
.Opol. View, the ,,,horse which
racked up the bstart','In the Ken-.
tacky Derby, Again ridden
by Karl Korte. Sam Boulmetis
rides ;Black Hills, Pete Anderson
will be on Our Dad, Chris Rogers Rogerson
on Rogerson Rico ;,Tesio, Larry Adams on
Sundown '2nd, Joe Culmone on
Marauder and Willie' Carstens on
Festival King.
Pimlico offi'cials expected one
of the largest crowds in the his.
tor3r 'of the Preakness Stakes to
jam the tritck on Saturday. The
recbrd ivas set 141'1946 when 42,-
370 Watched Aisault win' t h
Preakness en' route tn a sweep of
the Triple 'Crown.'
The long-range weather foreeast
wax for temperatures in the, 80's
with the possibilitr 'of scattered
showers tombrrow and Friday,

Fjght Results

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NEW YORKVictor ,Zalseay,
ISA,. Argentina, outpointed Widie
Oreaves, 163, Windsor, Ont. -(10).
PARISAlphonse Halliti, 11a,
France, stopped M AllUnCiOn, 119,
Philippines' (5). .
, PROVIDENCE, RI' Wilts
Oreen,1 '157, Providence, ILL,
Greene, 157; ,:' Providence; ILI.,
khocksd out Charlie Davie,' 164,
New irorg i3).' ,'''',,', ..,, , ,
' MONTREAL.-Willism ,. Pickett,
168, New York,. stopped .! Mara
PiAltl, 3.58; Windsor, Mills,1 Que. (4)
' PHILADEL HIAEddie Woods,
1145, Philadelphia, stopped 'Nino
Malve, 1382, New York, (3).
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Add thing, about : big league
catchers. The 'very good- ones.
They seem to come in pairs. 4411ce
the Yanks' Yogi Berra and. the
Dodgers' ,Ray CaMpanella,,contem
poraries, who matehed high-quality
skill with high octane-power.
In their prime, these two towtr towtred
ed towtred above all rivals in their res respective
pective respective leagues. Campanella, of
course, is tragically 'through,' end
Berra, playing his lath season, has
known his brightest hours. From
here on in, it is just a matter of
how much longer his,, energy ,,and
bat can carry him.
These two' 'followed another
gifted pair, Bill Dickey of the
Yanks and Mickey Cochrane,
whosepeak days were spent with
Connie' Mack's Athletics. Both
went on to make the Hall of
Ir-me. 4
.still earlier period we had
S'eve O'Neill" of the Indians and
Ray Schalk of the White Sox.
Until O'Neill began to take on
a weight, he was as fine a catcher
as anyone would want te see.
Schalk was better over a longer
stretch, and as a Hall of ranter
today needs no apologies.
For'.the graybeards. there was
t Roger Bresnahen, of the old
Giants, and Bill Carrigan, of the
vintage Red Sox. And, in between,
there 'were a number of single-o's.
lb Clark Griffith, one of
't the 'founding fathers, Gabby
Hartnett, of the Cubs had po
supeHor in any era. To Art Fletch FletchI
I FletchI er, Hank Gowdy, 'first with the
Braves, then the Giants, was an
) au'hentie great.
One tiling for sure:" the' -long
' tirriz 'Yankee coath told us, "Brett "Brett'
' "Brett' nahan ivasn't in the same 'Hats
with Hank," and the gentleman,
spoke with' the authority of a
' (nullified on-the-scene critic.
ThiS is no attempt to list all
It" the top drawer catchers the game
has produced. Only those who
readil,'conte' to lnind,' And re remetnbered
metnbered remetnbered bits' teComments th
subject revives. Actually though,
the number In ratio to the all alltime'
time' alltime' yigld of other positions. is
-A not large and today, with Cam Campanella
panella Campanella paralyzed and Berra in
the twilight you search in vain'
for even one ,eatcher of heroic, dir
mensiona.,4,
Diecussing the bone-dry search
ty with baseball Writers the other
-,day, PeeWee Reese, of the Dodg,
, ers, challenged: "After Del Crand;
P all of the. primes who ha
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, you got?" ti,,
And by Hall of Fame, standards,,
Cr,ndalt, an excellent receiver.,
but unly s .250 hitteri is certainly,
, re ball. of fire.,The Yanks Elsten
Howard has a high ptential,, but
in the Stengel elatoon system, he,
shifts from outfield to catch hence
Moot unity to prove ,b1m ,b1mself
self ,b1mself behind, the bit bag, been 'res 'restricted.
tricted. 'restricted. 0 Jib Pure Drudgery
. s s, ,Dus, l'riandos, a late starter,'
1 moved up big when be hit 30 home
runs for the Orioles. last ,season",
, But the ex-Yankee has the eaten eatendar
dar eatendar running against him;,,he's on only
ly only a,low whistle away from 30, and

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,The,jobis pur firiqlger. The pay
is not dazzling: No cateher ever
"curie within screamings ditance
of the 9100,000 men DiMaggw,
Musial. We put the ques question
tion question to Paul Richards, ',inwager
of the Orioles, himself an old
Workman with "the tools of lino-.
ranee., ,
, "The catehers theMselvea, are
to blarne," was bis astonishing re rejoinder,
joinder, rejoinder, "When a good one comes
aim, he's set for 10, maybe 15
years. This discourages competi competitihn
tihn competitihn on the part of newtomers and
Makes further 'search by manage management
ment management unnecessary."
. You' Gotta Re tray
And yet, in spite Of, laborioua
duties, absence of six-figure sale.
ries and rare contacts with the
spectacular, saver for hitting,
catchers by and large are the
most cheerful men in the game.
In fact, the great their abilities,
the more buoyant -their disposi disposiHons.
Hons. disposiHons. Are lee to take-Gabby Hart Hartnett
nett Hartnett seriously when he confides:
"Don't be- misled., What you tnink
is joy, is really insanity. Only cra crazy
zy crazy guys go in for catching."
' Be that, as it may, Berra and
Campy are two of the,most jovial
men we've met in baseball. They
always seemed to be getang fun
out of the game. And it was Campy
who made the unforgettable re remark:
mark: remark: "There's got to be a lot of
'the little -boy voter if you want
twiggy baseball."'
It's been a long time since Cam Campy
py Campy was a little,boy. It may be an
even longer time before. he's a
whohrman again. But. the other
night when the Yanks and Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers played in Los Angeles, 93,103
fans, the 'largest crowd in baseball
history, honored him with their af affection
fection affection and respect t and that's
a moment-that is sure tostay with
tbe old hero of rlatbush as long as
he liver'

er Bazan
,TaHead Sports
.
Delegation may-30
, mintscre Govemthent and
'Jtistleoe Jose El. Baaan will' htad
&Irmo, of ,Atlanti4 side fang who
will journey over to the Pacific
side on htlay SO attend 3111t
oresidentlat bashetbill' classic irt
honor ,of.,,,the birthday' ; of Prest:
dent Ernesto de ;a' Guardia Jr.
The President will present' tro
ohy to the' winner of the ,,, game
featuring the Veteratos de Pena.
ma versus Loa Guaracheros.. at
the NelOnai Gilmnasitim.

, ALL ROUND
University, Park, 3 Pa.,-.(NEA
Cosa, Rip t Engle praises Rich Richle
le Richle Lucas, Penn State quarter.
back, as the finest all.rounct col,
lege football player. ,

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-BALTJMORE (NES) N,,,-,s'enis
handicappe would like -.to give
First' Landing another chance : in
the Matoric Preakness at 'ancient
Pimlico, May 16, but you can't go
on-making' excuses for .1 colt all
4 -,,-' 2 '-
,If Sword,, Dancer svasn't
peed Ut his hest-thobbing
stretch' bumping with' TOMY J,20,
the Brookmeade abestoPt
didn't'get IMy the best of it in 'the,
Kentucky', Derby. -The Bnglishbrell,
had 'to 4cOme egain4'.!1,0-' yards
from home to take khe $121,254
cepital, prize by-a nose, :
Tottty Let' ',coming -oror of 'uto
alUrChilt POwnt rodeo nodding
and slightly 'lame 'and bflni 1111P
pod -tot.- Hollywood -:Palr eaves
Sword Dancer the favorite,in
81rd Preaktiess; ptobably 'at odds,
ow-It will take. convitint vie
tory bere and a urther line ,""bn
Tomy Lee to make Sword .; Dancer
heir...apparent to t ,the,threeear ,the,threeearold
old ,the,threeearold throne,' but youJitick 't0
kind until itt ''t"beateni.' es especially
pecially especially -with WillicShoomaker On
his back.
'SOME 'FitIRSENIIN ,GAVII 'UP,
on Fist Landing when he flop flopped
ped flopped so dismally1 'Floida,, but
this bureau' helped makeAtim
beaten favorite in ,thetWOod, Me Memorial
morial Memorial and Derby.'

There was some, doubt about
Fist Landing's ability to : go a
mlle-and-a-quate. The Chisto Chistopher
pher Chistopher T. Chenery bay's sire, Turn Turnto,
to, Turnto, boke down befoe being ask-,,,
ed to carry his speed more than
a mile-and-an-eighth.; The mileand-three-sitteenths
of -the-Preakness
could be moreto First Lien Liending's
ding's Liending's lildng than thc, Lobisville
route, but the cold, fect is the the
record juvenile larner has lacked
finishing tiger instinct An top topflight
flight topflight competition thie'year.
The way ye see it,-,11trow otit
Tomy Lee, which iin't en the pre premises,
mises, premises, and you have the ,Derh,
all over again-4word Dancer acid
First Landing, with Royal Orbit
moving inte,,,the show spot. Mak?
big the race ellen more interest interesting
ing interesting than the Derby, in a sense, is
the presenee of the dark-horses,
Manama Mauler' and the lightly lightlyaced
aced lightlyaced BlackHille,ra son of Pin Pincequillo
cequillo Pincequillo and the- best bestbed
bed bestbed nag in the beet, with, which
King Ranch is taking 'dead ium
at the Belmont States. at a mileand-a-half,
June 12.
, EMIL' DOLCE PUT UP $1,350
get Manassa Mauler in, the Wood
and collee,ted $55,915. For the
000 it is eokting the Long Island
restabrateur to make the colt he
claimed from Jack Amid a sup supplementin
plementin supplementin nomination .4-the
Preaknessi he will be nothinemore
than fourth or-fifth-choice.
Sword Dancer, which looki mere
like an architect's scale ,,Meoel
that a full-grovtn thoroughbred,
hat been frisking with enthusiesm
at the antiquated plant n -More
than 25 mites from downtown
Baltimore. This chestnut weighs
no more than 950 peunds,i at'
15 1-2 hands, or 62 inches,' could
be the smallest, Preakness winner
since Assault in 1946. The mini
running star weighi More than i
half ton.
A field- of 12 is going, the
others being Open View, Rico
Tesio, Festival King, Master
Palnych, Pen Bolero, Mosby ,and
Sundown 2nd.
IP N'tliti DON'T ''LIKE THE
Maryland -state, holiday- which is
the Preaknens, you're 0114, and
they never Claim to have more
that 42,000 in,,the old joint.
By tradition, Baltimoreans fill
the, infield with picnic spreads,
crab cakes and rye. There is
little of the fresh:country-butter
hoopla which 'marks the t Derby.
These peciple are shrewder jutges
of hems, 'Threugh the years 1,ner
have slnade. 44 per 'cent of the
winners the favorite. General ad admission
mission admission is only $1.60, which give
the :trade an: all-clay 'show start starting
ing starting at 9:30 in 'the morning. Thtre
are three bands, a horse shoW and
the Poyder Puff Preatness gor
gal jockeyk, ,
"My Old Kentucky Home" be,
comes "Maryland, My Maryland,"
and nobody suffers the eligntest

Spoits Briefs

RHODES CALLED, ijii
SAN A' sco (um
Riot 1
James ,Lamar (Dusty) Rhodes,
the. hitting hero in two champion championship
ship championship National League actions for,
the New York' Wills, Pint his
former 'mates today, more than
likely- to take over. as the club's
No. 1 pinch-hitter. RhodesNen out outfielder,
fielder, outfielder, wat recalled front the
Phoenix farM iclub ,,Sunday, and
Bob Speake Wit sent down in his
place. 1,

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ISAIAS, AT, CUT ,, ,
,
DEntOIT, lItInliThe Detroit
'rigers wets hopeful Wu that
pitcher, George Suite wouidl
change hit MIAS 'emir teport
their- Charleston, tarns club, in the
American AssocistionA Suns -.was
cut 'roof, the totter gattirday
the ,Tigets got 'dors; to ..tite 2S,'
PleYer limit,..-ang'tderineVrtetti
was hiading home to ellissity,
Mass., instead of Charleston.
PAi4610,-.61INISS STURM
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Juan 'Mapuek Fangio' of ArlenOno,-
,here tor,' Sunday!' running
of, the Monte Carlo Grand MX.
denied today,. he conliderinti it)
return to the tract...11' nect,oid
he svouldn't -drive royal ,,even
vias offered my weight in goich
Those days are over 'oriole. I'm
too oldand toe fait,!! k

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,TOK''.1PAtTopi; : Vaitentiet,1 11th-inning' Mike
dim! AAA PaFille:ailts1i-aape,1Krenieh tieettleu- ihe:, contest.

Class AAA Pact tic-- C6ast laague,I
hal been opdoned to Amarillo,
Class 'Acleats; y
0 "4
umr umiliaN, Minneapo-1
Class AAA- Anierica4
,,ciationv blasted :t : homer.!: April
20 to defeat Houston for Apt sic-1
ondItiros 'this- season. The' see-'
ond sacker't blow, which travel traveled
ed traveled 355 feet over the right .fild
fence of Metropolitan' Stadturt In
the ':eightb, inoMg, enabled lefty
Ted yills decisiort .Dave',Joily
In sizzling' duel of 'lour-hitters
an4provided the southpaw with
the only ,Iun bt, the, game, good
for a 1-0 Win:. '-'
, 1
Greento other four.bagger a
Illinst 'Houston earlier -in the-tea;
sin, accounted ,for p 5-5 Apnea Apneapolls
polls Apneapolls , ,
DAV ROBS R TS, Linfisville,
Class AAA American Aslociation,
sprained Ifis ankle April 15 and
was unable to return to tht line lineup
up lineup until May 3, when he hit a
homer in a -loting, cause as his
team bowed to Indianapolis, 5-3.

,NAT POULOS, Louislville,1
Class AAA American Association.
was out of action for five days
early this month with a virus at attack.
tack. attack. MITI Dinverl.' Class
AAA American Association, team teamed'up
ed'up teamed'up with Bob Walt April 20, to
record the first 1-0 game le more
than four seasons of play at
Bears Stadium., Dallas was the
victim.
Mesa blanked the :visitors on
six hits before he was rescued
by Walt'in the ninth after, yielding-
a leadoff single and a' walk.

ometna.ohemolo

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BILL' GABLER, For W o.t h,
Class AAA American Asocill'ion,
snapped a batting slump in
which he collected tmly three
bateties in 33 ,times at bat.
"I, juat discovered what ',my
tyouble was," he said in St. Paul,
April 2ft.. ftfter ,pontributing, a
double and twel,.eingles 'tp.. to tohit
hit tohit Fort Worth ittack in s 1?-1
massacre of the Saints, Gabler
revealed "1 was turning my
head' and taking my eye off the
balb".
'Gabler rapped a pair of hom homers
ers homers against Denver May 2 in
Fort0Worth'S 10-1.1conquest ot the
Bum., ,.!11, No31
N t go4aL "0 VsN
BOBBY ,, PR 'SCOTT, Phoenix,
Class AAA,Pacifie Coast League,
was tenth among the loop's bat batters
ters batters with k .333 average as of
May t. Bobby's bits included
three homeruns.

-WINSTON BROWN, -Sacramento;
Class AAA, Pacific C 01 t
teakue. 'Was' a' hard-luck loser
in his firstthree'starts but he fi finally
nally finally broksi into the win column
when he' six-hitted Vanconver for
a 3-2 victory, May 2.

NEW YORK (IJPI)--It's a mat.
ter corners., Anday as Phyd
Patterson and Ingemar JohanrOn
of Sweden prepare :to engsge in
fisticuffs 'at Yankee.. Stadium .ot
June 23 for ,the heavyweight bait.
In One corner, Pattershn is do.
ing a Helen Morgan, as he ,sings
the blues aboht the,quality of ins',
most recent, semi4nnual boxing
lessons.' in the other, his ScandiA
navian' rival sounds off blithel
like Thor ,preparibg to toss a
,

hammer. ;
And on every ttrett comer this
is what your inquiring repotter
gleaned from those waiting to sec
Otis new "fight of the oentury":
Jack Dempsey, former champion:-"Dotet
count Johansson out
,He's big, strong and willing."
Cus D'Amato, Patterson's man manager:
ager: manager: "So was Prime Cameras
Gene Tunney, 'former champion:
"Johanna's. has 'a good chance.
Anything can happen tit the ring
and usually does. ij,
Ams Svenuon, Sondergiard's
Sauna: "Don't expect an aquatic
event. In Scandinavia we take
steam baths."' t
Nathan Neutroht,' electronic ex expert:.
pert:. expert:. "Nobody can say Neutrons
is neutral. Count up,' not down, to
five and thevi be Swedish'
fallout.lr ,
'Brier Bankston, Swedish tik
star: eIlitgemar is divine and
would make a fine leading man.
,We.,1111-htve he' doesn't feed with
his chin.',
Oswald of', the Watford Cate
thet: "Snitirgastoord is
uch tooe plebian for my tas'A:
Patterson should fetch him a
brisket Avhich4,10.4114 dump him
right into the.. middle of mat
week't striwberry souffle."
''',Montmorency Ling,f" laundry
'man: ',"Contuclus, say man who
tiet 4,,walloped 'onli whiskers tall
instimrithan, 'bride's rice cows..
'Contucitis Ito sty alWilys ride
1 with top liragon until fire goes I
out. tattersag breathing hot- I

MARCOS COBOS;; Salt Lake
City, Clad AAA Pacific, Coast
League,. was ont of the Culpria
as his team etimraitted eight
errors skin losing 3-2- to Seattle,
May 3, in 11 innings in the first
game- of a doubleheader:
Seattle tabbed the winning run
when Cobos, trying to prevent
Harry Malmbergsstheft of sec second,
ond, second, threw wildly and 'then the
center fielderia 'return peg sailed
into the stands,'" -- 't
'
JIM UMBRICHT;Salt Lake Ci City,
ty, City, Class AAA Pacific Coast
League,' tossed a five-hitter as
his club romped to A 6-2 verdict
over.Seattle, May 3,,itt the after.
piece of g twinbilL
Big Jim contributed to his own
cause with a two-run single in
the sixth frame.
BARRY SHITRONIII, Nancon.
ver, Class AAA Pacific Co a a t
League, saw his hitting streak
ended at 13 games May 2, when
Winston Brown of Sacramento
collared him in four trips.
A shoulder injury, suffered
while chasing a fly hall. ins t,he
ninth inning, Jorced''Shetrbne to
retire and deprived him of a
fifth time it bat. Sacramento
won 3-2 in 11 innings. ,
Fortunately the injury 'Wasn't
serions and Shetrnne returned to
the lineup the next day.

CHARLIE '1111AMON, Vancou Vancouver,
ver, Vancouver, Class AAA Pacific 'Coast
League, counte'd on to be pm of
his team's big winners, absorbed
his fourth defeat in five deci decisions,
sions, decisions, May 2t when Saeramento
beat him in a 'relief role, 3-2 in
ten innings
BILLY SHANTZ, Richmond,
Class AAA International League,
was fifth among the IL's hitters
up to May 6. with a .341 BA.

JOHN, ANIOIRSON, M 1 a in 1,
CIas, 4AA International League.
had an even 1-1 feeord and 2.10
earned-run-ave,rage, up to, May 6.

.onoI,No,komoo

PAT SCANTLESURY, Toronto,
Class AAA Internation League,
hadwon one game and lost none,
as of May Scantlebury's ERA
was 1.59.
PABLO BERNARD, Nuevo etta ettaAdel
Adel ettaAdel 'Cate AA' Mexican .,teaktle.,
spotted a' '.320 batting average,
three homerune and 12 RBI's up
to May 1.
-
ELIAS OSORIO, 'Pza e a,
Class AA Mexican League. wa3
hitting .320. with two rountrip rountrippars
pars rountrippars end eight as of May
1.
STANLEY ARTHUR, Poza Ri Rica,
ca, Rica, Class AA Mexican League,
owned a 3-1 tecord, Including
tamp of May 1.

ter than fresh oolong so honora honorable
ble honorable Swede take bath in brim brimstone."
stone." brimstone." Whitey Biinstein, Johinsson's
trainer; "Ingemar's so sharp he
could get his fist through a
three-hkch opening."
Mel Malarkey, micrometer
manufacturer: "If that's so, this
must be the first Swedish rubber
man, Patterson will give him a
chance, to prove how mOch
bounce be has to the ounce."
The price, intidentally, is n to
5. Patterson.
DRYSDALE PINED
SAN FRANCISCO
Angeles Dodgers mahager Walttr
Alston confirmed today that pitch.
er Don Drysdale has been iinc,d
$50 for hitting Willie Mays of the
Giants with a pitch, but wondered
why Sam Jones hadn't been tined
also for hitting Norm tarker. The
incidents, took ,place durinr
urday's game here.

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LAtIN MAIM AN.'
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'MARGO& Al itrOBCII BASE
,
It -difin't- last long', -American
Supply mved Bret 'place
once again; titer, laVing vacated
the; Spot s last ,weeks Cerveza Bal Balboa
boa Balboa couldn't bold the ppsition
anzi this yeek thei find 'them 'themselves
selves 'themselves in second place.
The Suppliers took' on La Mas Mascota,
cota, Mascota, and Talmost succeeded in
taking the 4. points from the Ha Haberdashers.
berdashers. Haberdashers. The third game prov proved
ed proved a little tough .ttne Suppli Suppliers.
ers. Suppliers. This was clue to La Masco Mascota's
ta's Mascota's alY out ,effort to save one
point. For American ,Supply,
ratio rolled' a 436' series and Ne Negros
gros Negros helped with'. a 414. .For Ls
Mascota Hervey had a- 4134 series
ancL Treyint managed to bowl a
391.
ed against Marlborowere cru crucial
cial crucial ones. As it turnect out, the
Beermeti dropped 3 and just man managed.
aged. managed. to salvage, one from the
Sniokers. Ilia team is making
a bid for 'the top position. Let's
see how long it holds out. k or
Los Cerveceros, Hernandez dec,-
mated the pins by 440 and Spires
lzy 384. For The Smokers, Dil'au Dil'aulo
lo Dil'aulo produced a 433 asd Vargas a
401.
-Volkswagen is fast becoming P
most unpopular team. It seems
that for the past 4 or weeks
they have been cleaning up and
test week was no different. rney
took Crawford Agencies to the
Cleaners for 3 points. Like they
say, it is mostly luck, and that
is what the Zenith men are miss missing,
ing, missing, but they did manage to save
one. For the Catznen, Brukbalt Brukbaltir
ir Brukbaltir rolled a 580 and Larrazabal
463. For Crawford 'Agencies, L'-
herreux led with a 478 and Barn Barnhart
hart Barnhart hssisted with 420.
Mercurio Jewelervistopped Gulf Gulfpride
pride Gulfpride by taking 3 points from the
Often. This was one of those
nights when each game is decid decided
ed decided in the' last frame, and so it
was. Gulfpride just did save the
third 'game by 15 pins but lost
the rest by fewerlpins. The Jew Jewelers
elers Jewelers who sparkled, were Teal with
a 432 series, and Martinez and
Beesler with 3W:each. For the
Wildcatters, Miranda had a 466
series and Hodge a 407.

Tie m Standings
American Supply
Gerveza Balboa
Volkswagen.
Guilpride
La Mascots,'
Mercurio,
Crawford Agencies
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The regular monthly PVGi
fournamont will be hald at tho
Panama Golf Club Saturday
May 23 instead of May ld as
originally schoslulad.

CANADIENS STAR
Montreal --(NEA)---Four of the
six members of the 1958-59
National Hockey League All-Star
team play for the Montreal Canadiens.

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The Pattorsott.,1 London heavy.
weight thaMpionship bout, and
and on Thursdarrat:5:45 p.m.
films of tho 1959 Kontucky
Derby will move into the Motlight.

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.. PETE MISA, Denveri' Clem won 3-2 in 11 innings.' last week was no different. Illy
, ,o,11entt took Crawford Agencies. ,to t t.i,e
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ed 'up with Bob Walt Anril 20, to serions and Shetrone returned to Cleaners. for 3 points. Like 11,14
,, ,,,,kiti,L. 11-11.4k.st., 24,-..,,,5,!;.- ,,,-;-, .' record juvenile la'rner b lacked lackedtop.
top. lackedtop. record the .first 1-0 game le more the -lineup the next day. say, it is mostly luck, and t at 1
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. t 00011.,11,,,-, :1",j,,' -,:1-g F oar finishing tiger instinpl in,
7-,,,,, -- ,- than four seasons of ,play at --- is what the Zenith men are miss missbut
but missbut they did manage to save i '' '' --IsKy."
' r'- ' as.firrno...;:s y ,. ',,,,,- -.,; I 7g$ flight competition this feat.
' 1 eM, 4' ' L- ..,Pe .' 4,..4,-; ..V, Bears Stadium Dallas was the CHARLIE BIAMON Vancoul Inill, KOMI! wn , m e i
141 ,' ,:4',,'.n,A., i,hou.6,404004015rvey.,:,-,1, ,1,,,,-.Fv.,:v;) ,,,.. 0 yEote, ir ,, '' one For the Carmen, Brukbalt
7 OP ,,eat laz,zik-,44?:.4 o:,,,, ver, Class AAA Pacific Co a s t
en et er rolled a 580 and, Larrazabal a o ,, 2 2 -
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t d .T 0,r. .iNs,50;, :,,i)::-4,,::, )1: 9,,,,,i e440,,vo, T The way we see it,'''llirow Otit Mu"
omy Lee, which Mill en the ore on League, counted on to be
463. For Crawford Agencies, L ,, ...note tys thp
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ma. 1 ,,,, ,, A.,.,',;,,.!: :,-;,',,,:ier ,-614 81122.4 mises, and you have tho herreux led with a 478 and Barn- ? ' :', 4
,De-rhi-,, -Mesa blinked the 'visitors his team's big winners, absorbed
end ix hits before he was rescued his fourth defeat in five deci- .,'
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- ) .4 .4,4 .,,'11 4 Manama Mauler' and the lightly lightly,
, lightly, ,h, whillsch he collected tmly three was fifth among ,the IL's hitters
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,, (-- .1 1 cequillo and per'llitp4I'aub,, thn eat-- be"sut. batet es n mes a a up to May 6, with a .341 BA.
4,., I i 33 ti t b t third 'game by 15 pins but lost
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double and tWo, Single te 20- had en even 1-1 record and 2.10 Wildcatters, Miranda had a 46'6 '.1 't ' ' '' 1 ...:
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"1 .4,;'' recta "Clair AA' Mexicali ',tea de Crawford Agencies 15 23 '' '' I.,!,,In '. 'f
BOBBY PRESCOTT, 'Phoenix, spotted a' '.320 batting average. marlboro '444,........
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Marl-. Bobby's bits included ELIAS OSORIO, 'Peza Ki e a, . h., ;,., .. ,. , ...a 04
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catchers. The 'very good ones. to join, the masked marvels ni at t
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,,WINSTON BROWN, Sacramen-, pers end eight,,RBI'a as of May tournament will be held at the ,,, ,, ,, ,o, c I
Dodgers',Rel, CaltRaneilli,,contem niausible reasons are suggested. nO more than 950 pounds, at to; Class AAA, Pacific C 0 a i t 1. Panama Golf Club Saturday ' 4111 )4,.
poraries, who inatehet high-que' The,jobIS pure firtidger. The pay 15 1-2 hands, or 62 inches; c' ould
si hard-luck loser May 23 instead of May IS as 1011rot
lity skill with high octane-Power. ,101 WA &Wring.' No cateher ever be the smallest, Preakness vvinner teekue. 'Was'
Dec The hiuet in Ms firsttbree'starts but be fi- STANLEY ARTHUR, Poza Ri- originally scheduled.
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ed above all rivals in their res- of the 2100,000 men DiMaggw, running star weighs More tnan a
when he siX-hitted Vancouver for owned a 3-1 record, including
pective leagues. Campanella, of Williams, Musial. We put the ques- half ton. t Abe a 3-2 victory, May 2., games of May 1. CANADIENS STAR , ,,, .,.
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Palnych, Pen Bolero, Mosby and
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- you got?" ,'. ':0,-. 0.,,, ,,....,,, ,a,.group, otAtlaptid. side fans' who American Assneistion.,-.Suace wet 'Brier Bardotsson, 'Swedish stim and vitality, it is a simplo home treat. ',',
' 1 And by Hall Of Fame, standards, Will. Journey over to the Pad
r- '- -' :Inc cut'froni thoorter lattirday-13 star! etirigemar -:' is divine. and -,,nnotri 4' ..-,,..- --', , ,'
Crtndalt, an' ,excellent receiver. eide MI Win' 8 -A '1!ttentl'' 3134 fho 71.....i,,,--,
g 'down ,,, to .,tlie 23- would' Make ,, a fine, leading 'man. to talto..17 actagoll; VIrlIrotair ''''', ,,,,!,,..o. - Ado ,,,,
o ,hutonly s, 250 hitteri is certainly, nresideittlat baikethilly clataic irt ."il,',.eib""
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, now bodily power and vigour In th ' ,,i
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OA CO glands add norvon your brain ,,,
, ,, shifts 'from outfield to catch hence 0113' tit the'. winner of the .',. gem, PAN010;:bil NI RS II ITU, RN ' uch '. too pleblan for my taeo f tr,:tel.one moinory oft, improvot p,,v ,,, '11, Clotott) 1
, his imnor,unity to ,, prove ,01m. featuring' the Veteranot de Pane- ,, ,,'i4.- '1..,, 1..' ,'.,. rr,' '''.''' Patterson should -i fetch him a ., This now gland and ',vigour motors; t-',''' '''' ATLAS 4 L, t,
L self behind, the bit has, been 'res. ma versus Lb" Guaracheros,' ,at ...
Mulq'tS' dARLO;' Monied 11,111) brisket Which will' du p him 2
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s ... ,i1',',.;,''.,',;,,, ,,,oool ',.,,, t A,) l':, , '4,104 i M ,, tins,- ,,hersi for,- Sunday!' running week'S strewberry souffle." Got VI-Tabs tablets groin Your drum., ,.. N, . ii ,
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; .,,,,.,- ,Gus, Triandos, ft late starter, ' ,, ,' ', , denied, today" ha ,is eon iderinc tO 'man: "Contuclue, say man who bottio, which lasts eight days. It will ', 1, '14 -,, ,;,
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go Molars also whioh IOW 36 '!,''.', ', .11 o ,,:c, 4 .', ', de ra na may, S A, !,, vr ,, 10,,:,,,. 8
f But the ex-Yankee has the eaten- le 'Lucas, Penn State, quartpr- I vias offered, my, weight in' gold. Confucitis -else -' soy alWeys tide ,'' lora Is very oconotaital. ,, ...
- dar running against him;;he's on- back,. es the linest all-round ;ol, 'Those days are pver brim. I'm with', top liragon, until, fire goes! '',.' .,. ,Calle .iallSnlmo de la Ossa No.'13-33 Tel., 2-0754 -, ,',, ,'
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.znalustear.i.. ' tory Imre and a further line Zhil Ina-sizzling duel of 'lour-hitters into the stands, ''x '-' t -'t- ta's alY out effort- to save one 1 ,,
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. roivo,o4,010',,,,,. '''''"ittr'' heir-apparent' tot ,the,-4-hreolteaL" this '0 Iun Ot, the, gemN good JIM UMBRICHT; Salt Lake Ci- ra o rolled a 438' series and Ne Neeron
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'::,'!. ', -P41111102 Oceanside Cottages FOR RENT:-Modern and at- FOR SALE: 1951 Silvet blue POR SALE).-4371ukk Special, FOR 1.141.14.-9,e.,,,iltiosting., ono 'AO ,--: .t ,-' s ,I ''t .' , -,, -!,.-18 -,
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bedroom apartments Chevrolet Impala. sport coupe, k,tike plat. all' ogres, cam be ft- bond tefrigirateri mil eery:lam 4 , rs, the, auldremg, ,,,, ;4. -, .; ,--,N '',,--.-- '' 4 r. '
-:. ',"1 lithlboll..1177 Cristobal 3-1673. in new "HISPERIA" Building, V-1, power steering brakes. Do. minced. 16' seed fisherman,441. excellent memilitieg.'111dg.:42-1X, thltaMellito aches' tile itemee .
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- G-I Street, El Cangreie, with luxe radio, heater. white sido built 145 Cfiris Craft meter, less Diable Ris;, plutne;-3180: ',Racetrack.; AL,Ilets Me street ' -, II
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,- Faster cottages. between Santa hot water connections. laundry walls. endercoated 12000 mike, titan 200 hrs. hydraulic controls. 1 'free doer e w i n
109 SALE. kga"wing-At 19 4 Ow esa a 6 , ,
',,j Clara awl Rio Hato. New low i garage, etc. For in- onesilent condition, most sell, Ship ts shore, auto pilot. sleep it-,--...t. Mee electricity., Call W. atclansett. 1.
- 'tette. Pheite Balboa 1866. formation call Tel. 3-6634. new er$ 3,415.00 my price. 12,.. freeze. Ceti Balboa .2967. 'ivies rireel.' 0 tottint4 58000 TOL 4-0976. ,
13.1 have been considering a NEW YORK, Mot 13 (UPI)-.. ;
':, 550.00. Cell 08-460 Ft. Gulick. like sew. bedhem et' SI 75.00, mutual fund program. I would StOcks oPened irregular in mOd.
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I FOR RENT:-Furnished awat. FOR SAM-Airplane 1411-126 Magic Chof toys 165.00,'studie- FOR SALE 1 066
a....-Lot severe lik som inf ti on such a erately active tradin tod
't I FOR SALE :--1955 Chevrolet Cessna 140, 2 place, 15 HP, CO.' mai liftmen- bed 350.00. meters in the best lecatiee ef e e orma on
Houses I mem, 2 bedroom, livine-dining b d by Firmer tone d g aY.
eveloped in the
, , MOM 3 balcony, hot water, gar- Bel-Air, cony. 6, two tone, tires Ion airnort. Ph. Cristobal 3-1942 Cuba Ave. and 25th Street No. .La Crests, situated bowie ., plan. Have been -approac. e
' one sale an would hke in. early ,trading,'!..-:,,,-.1,,.-.
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age. etc., 49th Street, Isabelita bat. practically new. transiter, or Gamboa 6-222. .5-16 ',Arhus:at 101.,','-,,,,
, e Stmt 114 miw ItYnit INI lake' for ti th funds., How ACP' Ind- -, ,-'''''('-14m; '' 3112b
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,' HOUMA 1140.00. Tel. 3-4994, radio, extra speaker, very clue. FOR SALE:-Osse Collins trans- ---...-.....- -. MAI. Oittle 4011,, TI 2-2170
- FOR RENT:-Vacation quarters, FOR' SALE: 'Westillehollso ''. he E. 12 do I get ,it?, -- Adwitate Asbestos ', ', 310b
te Am. te noes and free ''-' ,.
(Mr. Sastre). mech. good. can li Qtrs. isitter Model 32V.I luta, one frigeratee,r frees -fro Mien 2 5 ,, A. at seems to me you, should AllegbanysCorp. ,:. , 12ys
'' June 1 to Sept. 1. Call 2-4319.
BO Corsondu Hts. Tel. 13-5139 Collins Receiver,Medel 15A1. in have Mit mere trouble, getting in. Aluminium Ild ,' '',-, 27
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, FOR RENT:Modem Duelen 1 Bebe 3751.'ve-,.';!-..-...1 '- , ..
Perfect operating Adak. Call -----7---,-, ----$-,, ,---,--, ---"' ." --------- ,, -I: forniation '-. u el s tha Amer Cyanamid ' DIA
bedroom, furnished, beautiful, FOR SALE :-1951 Nish Limn, vo, wwwww,, 011,..2n tlit AUK 4
, Raill G. de Paredes PSOIMI 2- 1101t3Asar..!ltill.-4entria Ma. ,i. .,t, ,,,t !,..-,-, ,,. , t. On life ineueente. ,,,',-- ,Amer Motor T ''' 3914 IP
. close 1250.00. Phone Z-4341.
residential. iently Witted -- 0600, dude, oftko-oltrol.ISI 1 Atte twto: weeny viegoi: with '' ,--Vanted toluy Mtitual funct programs are toe- Aroer Telt and Tel 246
. Commercial Sites
Can 3-4994.
, Leaving for States. Will seed- 3074 after 6:00 e.m. itands. Call Balboa. 1194. -,..,., ,- ing aggressively sold by thou- Anaconda' CoPPer 6412 t
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, r, FOR RENT:-Cool and comfort- lice 1953 rtible Click Sup- -r7440:W,:....d sands of balesmek representing :, Arkansas Fuel , 83b
' FOR RENT: Professional or able two bedroom apartment er, Dynallow, radio. heater, toed ,,
FOR SA1-12--Westinekerhe' re- FOR SALL-tfekeloem&Staites ' ' ' ' e th fund '
WANTID !JO IttlYt.---2', or 3 125 1 't, st
mor an AVCO Mfg- ,:', ,-c-- 1612
'commercial office on eround floor located in 44 street, Bella Vista, tires, price 1250.00. Can 12- frigerater, 9 el. ft., stew motor, chair, 150.00.,,,Marble.topped.,
135.00. Dresser with miner table, chain, 141.00.,, ;towhee; '' '''' Both 'St I '''.-- ''''
kotal inbwocisolili,,,,,,,10., tq, Practically every brokerage 1.- ee ,,. 4914
' Edificie UrracC comer Ave. Bal- suitable for small family. For in- 3162 1-4 p.m. or 13-1211 after
56.00. Interspring m a t t r 0 a s, pillowi, ramie', bed, mattress. nm wog immit...00x log,Dietio, firm sells ene or -more mutual Bettioller Corp - 84th
. boa and Federico Boyd, 82 square formation please call 2-1455 5 p.m.
,..- 110.00. Call Balboa 4370. e al Zone. -... ,t funds. Many funds have t h e I r
125.00. Curtain hods, kitchen -all ' A 1 '''' ' Bicroft. Uranium 81b
meten, 3125.00. Call Panama during office hours or 3-1981 --
. FOR SALE:-1952 Chevrolet, 4 ., ... utensils, dress material. Phone WA TED own sales staffs. British Pet Y 1-18
3-7038. after. FORSALE:--Notemasse writ4 N TO 111Ye-Rieresee- All funds. ',advertise In daily ough "' -I,
Burr a ,- .. 39
, door. automatic. excellent eon- Balboa 1309, D6314. trangips.
,, ...--- machine, new 60 eye!' unit. tative Agency Inosimen., Box newspapers and in financial pub- Canadian Eagle 1114b
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FOR RENT:-Office space in FOR RENT: Two bedroom dition. new paint, duty pall,
Good tondition. 115.00. Tfil. l 4265 Panama.. All tentAupice-- lications. If you drop a line to a- Cerro de Paseo 3412
',, leaving for States. 1395.00
3111. tion will be treated confidential- nyone of them you can get 'all Chicago Great West 41b
commercial building located in
modern business area. For com- apartment with living-dining
room, large porch, large kitchen, Phone Balboa 2-2450. FOR SALE; ....'dlitehen tables '1y. the information you want. Chrysler 68'le 1s
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plete information call Panama 3- mait's room and garage. Abe ,FOR SALE:-Splimet piano 1300 133.00; Metal IN rea'tos There is no reason why you Cities Service 3712
'' FOR SALE:-1956 Plymouth 4-
1650. furnished or unfurnished ono
door sedan, 6 cyl. standarl shift cash, SUS Walkir Ave. Diablo 615.00; Bonk beds 144.00; -,., shouldn't have a vast amount. of
, Coastal Caribe,- 112 ,,
' bedroom apartment with hot Heiehts, 2-1615.-' estahosany werdrobao 125.00; me- information on which to make C1gate Pallmenre 11512
FOR RENT--Office sesta in w t r El Can its. Call 3-7453. wigood tires. Call Gatun 5-490 , dens r sou g Is iron chain 67101 our decision Inc al
y ,Ns e I funds is- Creole Pet 3214
' 4Gloriela Building" on street ad- vs or Qtrs. 236-1, Sibort St. Gatun FOR SAM-Westinghosiim 9
$1100.00. t
$19.00; &obis ode wiserint sue literature letting forth their Crown Cork and Seal 34
est. Ift.,freester, inside top, new ip-- V) Cuban Venezuelan Oil 12
leining Panama Hilton Hotel.
FOR RENT:-Completely fur- -- 1125.00:, k o v e s st stoves goalS, purchase program' and
Please refer to Foto Halcon (next unit mato. aid Ceatiol Mitch and $19,00i snail pima, s5.50i Hsi,. e,,,,., CuPont
nished apartment with telephone. NI portfolios. 25512
' dor) or call Tel. 3-1179 and 3- defreater, recently repainted. Ily. IA i t 0 '0
One bedroom, living-dining room, lywied t barle winew mattress N E ire '.4.,' El Paso Natural Gas
Get as much material together 32
6082. Sports Briefs Med. 1150.00. Call after 5 ilnr.
6.363. ''" w, '.
, kitchen, bath, garage, laundry 1 9-.00.-'slitor-T tables 12.50 ,,
$4 1 ; or ,, Fairchild Ein ine
as you can handle add then take- g 9
., facilities. See it from 2 to 6 p.m. 6.50. oldi beds
mattress f tyre e no your time digesting it. There is
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'' dium. Enquire at "El Ecenomi- 46 Street No. 27, apattment 22. 127-.00l' 'Pillow 11.25; else r"-q-c 11F-
FOR SALLT-Complete im'athisse -www..,,mia. no rush to buy a mutual fund. 0- Felmont Pet 8
1. 1 HA nd dinin room sets .- General Dynamies 6012
. co", Q street No. 21. Phone 2- sheis. lett lithe Yrattachments, -Y1 Y Ith I li ver a 10-year period. (which is
FOR RENT i----Beautiful apart- HOGAN ENTERS TOURNEY chrome dinette seh- In 'beautiful ',,, Xeneral Electric 8112
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'' 0192. drill press; circle saw, band saw, .., the nicht common plan) it won't 4
. ment. all comfort anti screened. MEMPHIS, Tenn: CUPI)--Ben if eldinew 'settles equipment colon, innerspring esettrenee.--. ,I -.-.... make limy difference if you start Gellert,raj Motttcts- 3014
- FOR RENT:-Commercial space Via Espafia. house before Mini Hogan will compete in the 325,000 witanks. atiter ems. Let of me- EASY PAYMENTS. -- WE' Mr; this month or next mOnth. Bid ..' '.'"'"" '''"'"" 2,5
corner 37th Street and Justo Max Memphis Open golf tournament, chine end wood working tools. C ON D IT 10 N MATTRESSES V
Arm linferteinees do start. '-- Gal! Oil 11.314b 4
Aresemena Avenue, call tele- May 21-24. Hogan plans to arrive Phone Balboa 3147"., ' Household ,hekange; National Te Help Boy Scouts Be- sure: Harsco Steel 3912b
nSone 2-2341. FOR RENT:-Funsished apart- here next Monday in time to get Ave. Tels, 3-4911 and 3-7348. 1. You buy the -program you Hayden Newport 177A
-- ment, 51 St. number 30. Call 4- in some practice rounds. FOR SALE:-Twe large earamie ,, ., a , The best, entertaintnient talent want--almed at wth
gro safety of Imperial-Oil 4312
FOR RENT:-Commercial sits aribbean will Intl Pet 8714b
1 449 et 3-6 48 O. baking evens with table. Standard FOR SAM...4Z as, ft.'41." E, of the 1LS, ArM C principal, or income.
ground floor, next to All Amer- WINS COLLEGE TITLE size pin ball machine. 712-D sleep freeze' '1150.00, lattice put on a benefit performance for Lorillard 4212
ican Cables on L Street, two FOR RENT:-Ov-se apartment, PRINQETON, N.J. (1.113I)-J-Don Santos, Tel. 1294. work fer 'invert. Large resting Canal 2one BoY Scouts at the 2. You sign up for the type of Martin Co- 1312
blocks from Tivoli Hotel. Ideal bedroom, dining room, kitchen, Norbury of -Penn WOO the East- fans. 50 281,mlwhim. Call 86- Balboa theater on the night of program, which best suits yotir New Eng Tel end Tel 172
location, Cucalon and Co. Real- room for servant, mare, hot wa- ern intercollegiate golf champion- FOR SALE:4-Ciste Kodak 120.00 '., 7122. i May 22. s investing' ability. If you Wend Northrop Air 42
tors. Phone 3-3330. ter. Via Argentina, cams "Mans- sip 25 Princeton's ,Springdale And Kohl( movie omen, Smon, ,,
In addition to the talent,' pro- to keep at it steadily for 10 years, OIM Mathieson., 4912
FOR RENT:-316.80 square 1a", $75.00, St. Sastre 3-4994. course Monday, beating Yale's Turret f I.9 with case; $50.00. FOR SALE:-Bendix autemaHe grani beginning' at 8 o'cloek a you might buy a contraclual plan Pahooastal 3 4
, Mike Phillips, 3 and 2., Norbury Neuss 500, Petite Place, Anson. washer.. 1952 Mercury, babies special nil-11,4ml be shown both imder which substantial commis. Pan Israel
meten, suitable for a warehouse FOR RENT:-Nicely furnished
, played better golf on.- theN back --i crib. Phone Cocate1elo 492. , befortand attet The taltilit parade sions are deducted fro11'101e first Pfutepee 011, -,- .. ..,
workshop, garage, S Street. bet. apartment, hot water, garage. OR mALE--1-Bodspread los Wee.
nine -to win the' title after ,they int, ,, .1.2 ,.. payments. If you'"iare not -so -1111143,2tet --, .,' 49 A
ween Automobile Road and Fran- R ble price. 30. Ecuador each shot 37's oh the front nine. '"II' c"'ne""itd'''r throu h--'--tile,,,eiltifies o theater a
Vie Allopens FOR SAL11:-..-An bousekeltref- g ... Y f, ,7 sure you tan carry ',through, Pure 'OB 441x
gipani Street, close to Auto A facing British Embassy. -......-- house before Int Max. ..,' ManagetVillkomlltailory
fees., 0160-C Gambes,' phew ., '.
, ,J. . h I t '' 1 '' RCA.,.- ,' I .-
Servicio. 1235. Phone 2-0411 ., 4, ,, c oose a vo un ary p an' under ., 68
FRANCE CLINCHES TENNIS i '--- 6-1 It t
office hours. 1 FOR SALE:--BeysI bicycle 26", Contestants and winners of the which you pay commissions, en- 411efholdttMetal 8414
' FOR RENT:-4 room apartment, I as ou use, thema
COPENHAGEN CUPI)---A dou- $10.00. 3 fish tanke'l stands, FOR SALL ---,Jill automatic Army's Caribbean -Entertainment Y Y ,,,
:- -n Royety,l)tifeh Shell 44
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Private service. Transisthmian bles victory Monday e a r n e d one air pump, 115.00. Call Bal. washing machine, Frigidaire,' all Coniest,:lall, week; have vOlUnteer-
If you- west insurance., -which Ian, A;',2anintO
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SERVICES Highway, first entrance left after France an unbeatable 3-0 lead boa 2-3475.
Dothan a, No. 32. Call 4-0406. over Denmark in their European
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porcelain, bargain 1125.00. Pts- ed their .sereices for-the apecual wilt assor
ru Ave. 35-25 Alexander sar sail performante, with' L. Budd ,., Ha- ram
prog ,, 0- Completion of the soottLTanellic:.- - 19
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' tlire,, about that 400. SiAnar Oir arid- ttas Mlle
t, 1 In Pans Toss The fund ', insuranc ..
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Zone Davis Cup match, reducing loyi Breti;oos e me re 14217. ., berstiek, chairman of the Scout e e Mel, 62741
IA today's two singles matchee to Offers working hut the liaison detailt. generally-Avery !ow. ',',' I, SoCOnY Mobile ., .. 4414
, TELEVISION SERVICE mere exhibitions.. Jeile Claude Mo-',4
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table '49"xlre't, with.' ro Ohilik 'ti ''!"'' te 4 1.4 41,t'y '''t Mr !instant 'an I 'rat -1 -- standard "011'41i'' Ill
I TV, Radios. HI-F1 Transitors
specialist. We service all makes .. linari and Jean Noel Grilidalot -- ,, ee ,-- n the. ton st t .tort ..,a ton 4., d I' I
th0 imnnrisint win ffir Wriinoe' MIAMI 5 DAYS 4 NIGHTS buffet is! wonderful rteeditiect last week. the winnere weroPThe -business 'CriuPle Our mid ,,;- 30s Sterling Precisidn 412

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Satita Oars ds P. Moo me Po Po'
' Po' 177 Cristobal 1-1673.
, roster cottages. between Soots
- Clara and Rio Hato. Now low
totes. Phone Balboa 1866.
Houses
FOR RENT:Vacation quartets,
June 1 te Sept. 1. Call 2-4319.
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Commercial Sites I
FOR RENT: Professional or
commercial office on eround Hoot
Edificio Urracd. comer Ave. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa and Federico Boyd, 82 square
meters, 3125.00. Call Panama
3-7038.
FOR RENT:--Office apses in
commercial building located in
modern business area. For com complete
plete complete information call Panama 3-
1650.
FOR RENT:--Office space in
'Gloria la Building" on street ad adloining
loining adloining Panama Hilton Hotel.
Please refer to Foto Ha Icon (next
dor) or call Tel. 3-1179 and 3-
6082.
F911 RENT:--Store opposite Sta Stadium.
dium. Stadium. Enquire et "El Economi Economito",
to", Economito", Q strut No. 21. Phone 2-
(1191.
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FOR RENT:Commercial spate
corner 37th Straot and Justo
Arosemena Manua, call tela telanSone
nSone telanSone 2-2341.
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FOR RENT:--Commercial sits
ground floor, next to All Amer American
ican American Cables on L Street, two
blocks from Tivoli Hotel. Moil
location, Cucalon and Co. Real Realtors.
tors. Realtors. Phone 3-3330.
FOR RENT:-316.80 square
meters, suitable for a warehouse
workshop, garage, S Street. bet.
ween Automobile Read and Fran Frangipani
gipani Frangipani Street, close to Auto
Servicio. $235. Phone 2-0481
office hours.
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SERVICES
TELEVISION SERVICE
TV, Radios. NI-Fi Transiters
specialist. We service all makes
ant models. We don't pretend to
g uarantee our work. We mom mome
e mome nta' it.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES. Tivoli
Ave. IS-20. Tel. 2-190S.
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Having trouble with your TV,
HI-111, or Radio? Call U.S. TELE TELEVISION
VISION TELEVISION Custoinor's satisfaction
Workmanship guarrantead. Fast
Homo Service. Phone 3-7607
Panama. 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Protect your home eng proper proper.
. proper. ty against insact damage.
Prompt scientific treatment MS
, emergency or monthly burled
basic Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
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WANTED:Good used kerosene
refrigeratior. Call 2-5474, be between
tween between COO to 5:30 p.m.
WANTED:Construction loc.-
trician. U.S. roe, Box 3673,
Balboa, C. Z.
FOR SALE
CORKBOARD
AND
FIBERGLASS
FOR INSULATION
Hojalateria Panami, S. A.
Calle 85 y Transistmlea
Te18. 3-8122 y 3-6.123
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for rates and information
Tei. rani. 2-0552
Monday then rriday
OAS con. to 12:00
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Saturday: 0:00 aan. to 12:00
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, FOR RENT: --
.commercial office
Edificie Urrac. cc
boa and Federico I
meters, $125.00.
3-7038.
,
FOR RENT:--Of
commercial build
modern business 1
pieta information
1650.
FOR RENT:--Of
'Gloria la Building
loining Panama
Please refer to For
dor) or call Tel.
, 6082.
FOR RENT:--Stoo
dium. Enquire at
co", Q street No.
,,,,' 0191.
FOR RENT:.Cor
corner 37th Stra
Atosemena Aven
&Ione 2-2341.
FOR RENT:--Co
ground floor, nesi
ican Cables on
blocks from Tivo
location, Cucalon
tors. Phone 3-333
FOR RENT:-31
meters, suitable fc
workshop, garage,
ween Automobile I
gipani Street, cl
Servicio. S235. I
office hours.
4t SERV!
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TV, Radios. Hi
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guarantee our wc
antes it
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Ave. 111-20. Tel.
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HI-111, or Radio? 1
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Workmanship gu
Home Service. I
Panama. 9 a.m. I
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basis. Telephone
Panama 3-7977
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FOR REPIT:Moders and at attractive
tractive attractive one-bedroom apartments
in new "HISPERIA" Building,
6-1 Ur, El Canon's, with
hot water connections. laundry
, garage, etc. For in information
formation information call Tel. 3-6634.
FOR RENT:--Furnishod
mem, 2 bedroom, living-dining
MOM 3 balcony, hot water, gar garage.
age. garage. etc 49th Street, Isabelita
House, S140.00. Tel. 3-4994,
(Mr. Sastre).
FOR RENT:Modem Du Flex I
bedroom. furnished, beautiful,
residential. iently Witted.
Can 3-4994.
FOR RENT:Cool and comfort comfortable
able comfortable two bodroom apartment
located in 44 woo, Bella Vista,
suitable for small family. For in information
formation information pleas call 2-1455
during office hours or 3-1988
after.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment with living-dining
room, large porch. largo kitchon
maist's room and garage. Also
furnished or unfurnished ono
bedroom apartment with hot
water, El Cangreio. Call 3-7453.
FOR RENT:Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment with telephone.
One bedroom, living-dining room,
kitchen, bath, garage, laundry
facilities. See it from 2 to 6 p.m.
46 Street No. 27, apartment 22.
FOR RENT :Beautiful apart apartmoot,
moot, apartmoot, ail comfort anti scrimped.
Via Espa ha. how beforo
Max
FOR RENT:--Furnisbed apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 51 St. number 30. Call 4-
1449 or 3-6480.
FOR RENT:One apartment, -'
hadroom, dining room, kitchen,
room for servant, 'agars, hot wa water.
ter. water. Via Argentina, casa "Mary "Maryia",
ia", "Maryia", $75.00, Sr. Sastro 3-4994.
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished
apartment, hot water, garage.
He price. 30. Ecuador
A facing British Embassy.
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FOR RENT:--4 mom apartmant,
private service. Transisthmian
Highway, first entrance left after
lethania, hie. 12. Call 4-0406.
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FOR RENT:Clean furnished
room. Cooking facilkies. Bachelor
or childless couple. itird Sams
No. II.
Boots & Motors
FOR SALE: Landing barge
ILCM6 with 2 gray marine diesel
motors 225 HP hull and motors
in perfect condition. Apply
lok Agencies. Telephone Pan Panama
ama Panama 3-3397 er 3-7259 or Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3719.
LEGAL NOTICE
THE UNITED STATES Or AMERICA
District of Canal Zone
In Admiralty No. 4837 ,'Joeti Arany,
Ltbellant vs. MV Beverly Lynn.
Whereas, on the eleventh day of MaY
1959 Jose Arany filed a rem libel in
the District Court of the United States
for the Balboa District 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 re'
' re' turnable 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
'Court will be held in the United Statea
Court Room. In the City of Balboa, Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone.
On the 3rd day of June, 1959 for the
trial of said premises, and the owner
or owners, and all persons who may
have or claim any Interest. are hereby
cited to be and appear at the time and
place aforesaid, to show cause. if any
they have. why a final decree should
not pass aS prayed.'
Joseph Kincaid
U.S. Marshal.
Castro & Robles,
Proctors for Libellant.
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BEATON'S GHOST EVICTED
LONDON (12i)Cecil Beaton,
noted stage designer and photog photographer,
rapher, photographer, reported today that lus
house has been exorcised of a
lady ghost. Beaton said a me medium
dium medium called to "de-ghost" his
house discovered that "our ghost
rats called Lavinia and had been
a children's nurse at the house in
the early 11130'1."

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a children's nurse at the hone in II to Hungary and Czechoslovakia,
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FOP SALI: 1951 Silver blue
Chevrolet Impala. sport coupe,
V-8, power steering brakes, De Deluxe
luxe Deluxe radio, heater, white stile
walls. undercoated 12000 miles,
litteellent condition, most sell,
new sS3,41500 mv price. $2,-
550.00. Call 08-460 Ft. Gulick.
FOR SALE:--1955 Chevrolet
Bel-Air, cony. 6, two tone, tires
bat. practically pew. transitet,
radio, extra speaker, very clean
mech. good, can Qtrs.
89 Commie Hts. Tel. 83-5139.
FOR SALE:--1951 Nish Liao,
clout S25000. Phis Z-4341.
Leaving for States. Will saeri saerifice
fice saerifice 1953 rtiblo Stack Sup Super,
er, Super, Dynaflow. radio. heater, good
tires. price 5250.00. CaU 112-
3162 8-4 p.m. or 113-2218 after
5 p.m.
FOR SALE:,---1952 Chevrolet, 4
door. automatic. excellent con condition.
dition. condition. new paint. duty pail,
leaving for States. $395.00
Phone Balboa 2-2450.
FOR SALE:--1956 Plymouth 4-
door aodan, 6 cyl. standarl shitt
wigood tiros. Call Gatun 5-490
or Qtrs. 236-B, Sibmt St. Gatun
SI 100.00.
Sports Briefs
HOGAN ENTERS TOURNEY
MEMPHIS, Tenn: WPI)--Ben
Hogan will compete in the S25,060
Memphis Open golf tournament,
May 21-24. Hogan plans to arrive
here next Monday in time to get
in some practice rounds.
WINS COLLEGE TITLE
PRINCETON, N.J. (1.1PI)--i-Don
Norbury of Tenn won the Kast Kastern
ern Kastern intercollegiate golf champion champions.ip
s.ip champions.ip $5 Princetpn's Springdale
course Monday, beating Yale's
Mike Phillips, 3 and 2. Norbury
played better golf on.' the', back
nine -to win thel title after .they
each shot 37's on the front nine.
FRANCE CLINCHES TENNIS
COPENHAGEN (UPI)A dou doubles
bles doubles victory Monday earned
France an unbeatable 3-0 lead
over Denmark in their European
Zone Davis Cup match, reducing
today's two singles matcheS to
mere exhibitions. Jede Claude lb,.
linari and Jean Noel rilida
the important win for France,'
beating Denmark's Kurt Nialsen
and Torben Ulrich, 9-7, 6-4, 6-2.
SIGNS FOR FIGHT
NEW YORK (UPI) Heavy Heavyweight
weight Heavyweight Wayne Bethea of New
York has signed to mee Billy
Hunter of Detroit in a 10-round
bout at the sBaltimore coliseum on
May 25, according to an announce announcement
ment announcement by Baltimore promoter 'Al
Flora.. Bethea will be seeking his
fourth straight victory on the
comeback trail.
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ARCARO WINS THREE
NEW YORK (UPIIEddie Ar Arear,
ear, Arear, the nation's top stakes rider,
didn't win the featured Tobogyan
Handicap at Belmont Park's open
Meeting
Rotary Club
This week's Panama Rotary
Club meeting has been set aside
as a business session for further
consideration of revisions in the
club's by-laws.
President John'Mayles well pre preside
side preside over the luncheon meeting
scheduled to start promptly at,
12:30 p.m. tomorrow in the Bella
Vista Room of the Panama Hil-'
ton Hotel.
Convorsation Club
Members, guests and prospective
members are inviled to attend a
meeting of the Canal Zorn
Spanish Conversation Club at
7:30 this evening at the Quarry
Heights Officers' Club.
A special feature of the meeting
will be guitar and tango presen presentations
tations presentations by Argentine artist Julio
godoy.
Gui
$0.85 per col. inch
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Insurance Company
MILITARY PERSONNEL
For similar basic low NSLI
rates charged by the goyim,
men4 during W. W.
Phone anytime rano
4-0430
TO BUILD PIP' LINE
LONOON (UPI) Russia and
four of ill East European satel satellites
lites satellites will build a 2,400-mile-long
oil pipeline west from the
Trans:Volga region, Rattle Mos Moscow
cow Moscow has reported.
The radib said the line would
Irtersect the western end of the
Soviet Union and split into two
branches in Belorussia. The
northern branch will carry Soviet
oil to Poland and East Germany
and the southern branch will take
11 to Hungary and Czechoslovakia,
the broadcast said.
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'eancod. ti'eancod. 16' apart fisherman."-rebuilt
145 Cfiris Craft meter. less
titan 2011 hrs. hydraulic controls.
Ship' ts share, Jute pilot. deep
freeze. tall Balboa .1967.
FOR SALTCAirolasso H 11-126
Comma 140, phis, 05 HP, C.4
los airiort. Ph. Cristobal 3-1942
or Gamboa 6-222.
FOR SALE:Ono Collies trans trans'
' trans' isittor Modal 321.1 luta, ono
Collins Resolver Modol 75AI in
Prefect serorating awake. Call
Ratil G. do Parrehial Paeans' 2.
0600, dodo, Hite -mull $
3074 altos 6:00 p.m.
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FOR SALE:Wastintleeistr' rs rsMammies,
Mammies, rsMammies, 9 el. ft., now motor,
B35.00. Dreams with mirror
$6.00. Intorsprino mattros s,
B10.00. Call Balboa )4370.
FOR'SALI:Nutemaeht vlohlot
machine, new 60 smile unit.
Good 000dition 68500. l
31IS.
F011 SALE:----Soloot Plan S300
cash, SUS Am Diablo
Hoifibts, 2-1615,
,011 SAL5).WUstinghossim
co. ft." treater, inside top, now
unit mato. moil mistral switch and
defrostar, moonily repaintml. By.
Mot 5150.00. Call aft, 5 a.m.
110111 SALItrComplato m'athino
lima, 'arta laths wiattachmonts,
drill pram circle saw, hand saw,
, WO idinew tting siquipmant
witanks, arbor arms. Lot of ma machino
chino machino and wood working tools.
Phone Balboa 314T.,
FOR SALE:---Twe large ceramic
baking! evens with table. Staniard
size pin ball machine. 712-D
la lima, Tel. 1294.
9011 SALL-4-4in kotdik $20.00!
and kolitik tonovier amen, limn
Turre f 1.9 with cat, $50.00.
Mous SOO, Pstita Piano, Ammo.

Tutiwt f with caw S50.00. FOR SALE:Bondix automatic
Hausa SOO, Parita Placa, Memo. washer. 1952 Mercury, babies
FOR 6,1111:...L.Bvis it in bow. crib. rhos) Cimino le 492.
Mut chinchilla fur. Via 41spans FOR SALEss.-All household'af household'afhouse
house household'afhouse bahom 'Mint Max. ,k hes., 0160-C, Gambna,- atone
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tiful chischillf fsor. Via 41PORS
house before 'Mint Max. .,k
POR SALE:--Boy0 bicycle 26",
0.00. 3 fish tanks 2 stands,
ens air sumo, $15.00. Call Sal.
boa 1-3475.
Boyd limbers Inc. Panama Teem
Offers
4 SHOFF R S ISXCURSIONt1
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MIAMI DAYS 4 NIGHTS
$133.70 all 'sponse!!! PAA
am! Miami Colonial Hots!.
ing Monday, put be matioged to
grab three other victories along
with one second add two thirds.
Dili victories mune on Resaca
($3.80), Dunce 04.30) and, 9111'
William (87.00).
PORTERFI1LD IMPRESSES
NEW YORK (LIPI)---Bob Por Porterfield,
terfield, Porterfield, Veteran major leapt
pitcher cut by the Pittsburgh. Pi Pirates
rates Pirates lest week, impressed Wash
ington Senators manager Cookie
Lavagetto duting batting practice
Sunday and there is a good
chance that he will be signed by
the club. However, before Porter Porterfield
field Porterfield can be xigned the Senator
must drop a man since they al already
ready already tare at the 25-player limit

Military Ham RadiokOperators
Invited T Sahirday Conteit

All amateur (ham) radio oper operators
ators operators of the Army, Navy, and Air
Force stationed in the Canal Zone
are advised to be listening for 'a
special message from Secretary
of Defense Nell H. McElroy on
May la, the date of the celebra celebration
tion celebration of Armed Forces Day in,the
United States. ,
Co-sponsors of the activities are
the director, Naval Communicalo
tions and Militant Affiliate Radio
System OURS) representing the
Army Signal Corps ante, the Air
Force director of communication
and electronics. .. f
A part of the Stateside celebra-
tion of Armed Forces ,Day, the
program consists of three 'parts.
The first la a CW receiving com competition
petition competition featuring a message irom
the Seeretary of Defense and is
open to any shortwave listener
who can copy, International Morse
,Code at 25 words per minute.
A Department of Defense cerM cerMIcato
Icato cerMIcato of merit will be awarded to
each participant whO copies and
submits a perfect copy.
The second part of the program
consists of a radioteletypewriter
MATT) transmission ,t featuring a
special message from the,, Secre Secret
t Secret tary to any Individuat,': anateur
!radio oPerator or otherwise, .who
holaosnithe equ,iprh, ent C170b, 11',.of re re,
, re, ettiving tetetypewillitir ,littilengs ,littilengs1
1 ,littilengs1 ..,, .,,,, ,
Thi message, will ArantOnitted
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SELECCION DE
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Is offooring comrstont persona the opportunity, thsy
have' bean waiting for. Wo stay open' during, the
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exclaim coediting. 11(16.:42-1.,
Diehl Is, phne1-1110:
POit S1.1:,:-:1- Leaving' Rattan
liring remit. 1 trawl 1250.00.
- like se)(1. badmen( et 1175.00,
Mask Chef eters 165.00.'studie-
noafhi hod 150.00.
Cuba Ars. mid 25th Street
5- I 6 sparhoont
FOR SALO: Westinehenne 'met
frieereter.'"fresto -fru, Plume
Ballo' 3791.
110113AL:1 way:lb-14- teasels tria
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Also bre taserfo.'eages', with
itands. Balboa 2194-
1"
FOR SAL11:--OphoWered,States
35000., Marbloteppet.
table, 'helm, lemhes;
pillows, iteramks, 1,04, mattress. 1
$2500, Certain kitchen I
utensils, dress material. Phone
talhea 1309. 04314 trembles tremblesmi.
mi. tremblesmi. FOR Mil: tables
$33.00; Metal Inseams
$15.00; Soak beds $44.00;
Inahensolf Ivedrolso $25.00; mo modern
dern modern vt stsght iron chairs
$19.00; double' bodi wisnrint
$125.00; k or es11 stoves
$19.00; small labia' $5.50; Hol Hollywood.
lywood. Hollywood. hada winow mattress
$49.00;ltst.' tablos $12.50;
ntattross 46.50; now golding beds
$27,00; $125; also
lovoly livistg and dining room sea
chrome dinotto sots In beautiful
colors, innerspring mottresset
EASY PAYMENTS. -- WE Rt.
CONDITION MATTRESSES
Household lashings: National
Ave. Toll, 3-4911 and 3-7348.
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FOR SAJJ1i.4i I.
damp from' '5150.00, lattice
work far carport. Largo resting
fans. SO gal,Hilisrhim Call 116-
7132.
FOR SALE: automatic
washing machine. Fr Waits, ail
pormlain, bargain $125.00' Fa Faros
ros Faros Asa. 35-25 Maxandat wr sail
34217.
FOR SAILIt.:4,orgo dinimiroom
tobli ;41"x1rtwitir' to chilli,
buff 11 woitioriol oondition
1200.00 or boot offer, 3 Aattan
stoodown tibia 121:00,. IBM
electric typowritor, 71.00 or
boot offer, motif siriosor 11.00.
Co Balboa 2-3712, 324-X, Cu Culobra
lobra Culobra Rood, Anew',
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A", DIABLO'
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.7.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
Mr. Joseph fertnely 'tie
live Aevnue between and
No,,,,S087 Dep. L'Colon, sup supwally
wally supwally working et the Harlem.
Hon Invision: please get in touch
with milt deperhnent Cass
Admirable.
by -the Headquarters MARS Na Navy
vy Navy radio stations at a speed id 60
words per minute. The Departinent
of Defense certificate will also-he
given for perfect copies of ', this
message.'
The third part and highlight, of
the Armed Forces Day Amateur
radio aclivities features a military-to-amateur
transmitting and
receiving test and will be conduct.
ed or 411 holders of valid FCC
amateur radio operator or4tatinn
licenses. e
eaclquarters stations of 'the Ar,1
'm and Air Foroe tkper'
ate,owspot frequencies (reside
the amateur band, establish-radio
contact with amateur stations, and
acknowledge these contracts with
a special one-time Armed Forces'
QSL card.
Each. department headquarters',
station will acknowledge sepOrii-,
tely,ao ham will qualify for three
different QSL carrs. ,,
, Anyone interested participat,
ling' id these stateside', m e d
Folvta Day, broadcasts 'may
tain ,necessary details 'by, dropping
a ard to the Mars Director; 1.1,SAR 1.1,SARCARIB,
CARIB, 1.1,SARCARIB, Signal Office,,,,-',BOX ..1"$"'
FL:Amador or call the MARS 'da 'dation
tion 'dation at Fort Kobbe 2157 or Albrook
APB 4160 r .7
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Competition entries should- L-bit
mailed to 4rmed Fortes'.',, DIY
Contest, Room RE-1000, The4e11-",
tagett, Washington 25,
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Utloaalsalito moo tha Ramos
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, 'foals. islialle, wets niala and
teettleity. Call W. Mclanbolt
Till 4-0976. ,
FOR 2dilt4-Let. 1066
meters in the keit 'itemise
,- Crests. situated between "V"
: Street' shd new street. For inter.
olesse 4s11-, TOL 2-2170 t
Freer ram. to,l2 ond drum
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Canal Zion.
WANTED TO 1114,6.-ItiPteele
Native Agency Waxen. lox,
4265 Panama, All tentliuxicir
lion will be tritatwil
Army nierte biers
To Help Bey Scouts
,
The best, entertainment talent
ot the U.S. Arm Caribbean will
put on a benefit performance for
Canal Zone BoYe Scouts at the
Balboa theater on the night of
May 22.
In addition to the talent,' pro prograni
grani prograni beginning' at 8 o'cloek a
special ninitikuj be shown ,both
before and attet The talent parade
through- the eouriesy of theater
manageeWilliati0MailorY.
ot
Contestants and winner; of the
Army's Caribbean -Entertainment
ComestlaSt week; have vOlUnteer vOlUnteered
ed vOlUnteered their ,aerviees for -the Special
performante; witir L. Budd Ha Haberstick,
berstick, Haberstick, chairman of the Scout
working, out the liaison detailt.
,
'In the:Contest ,Tort Clayton
last week, the wimiere were "'The
Beatniks" of Clayton and Sp5
Joel Daly of CFINI. In tying for
first-place honors, they earned the
right to compete in the All-Army
finals at Fort Belvoir, Va., next
month.
The Beatniks are a five-man
musical combo while Daley is a
comedian. jr,)tber winners 'were
JimmY lleyynod and the Two Cut
Ups -who placed third in the
"recoNed' phase of the All-Army
Entertainment contest judged m
Washington last week. The popiear
79th -Army' Band also sbe
featured. ''
1:Adtuiaalon, to the special pro program
gram program will he, 75 cents for adults
and,50, tents for, children. It is
planned ,to turn over proceeds to
Abe new Boy Scout camp at Mad Madden
den Madden Like.
frA taCalls
10ffilfig But
Pitsh-Builon Pilot
By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK (UPI) Frank
Lane added the crowning indigni indignity
ty indignity today -- he called 'Casey Sten.
gel "nothing but a push-button
manager."
, "Maybe the phrase isn't original
with me, but it certainly applies
to Stengel nevertheless," said the
outspoken Cleveland general man manager,
ager, manager,
'Me man la a ..tairlY caPable
manager," Lane went on. "I said
birly ,capable, nothing more. He
has it:niost, haute' general man manager
ager manager George'Veiss. Weiss sup supplies
plies supplies him with fhb players and all
Stengel has to do is simply push
the buttons."
tribe Ftes Yanks
tone made ittplain be wasn't
exactly bleeding, over the fact the
Yanks are in, sixth place at the
inom'ent.
411'm:sorry, they're not further
'd9wn," he, saki. "What are they
lonking for, ,sympathy? They eure
won't, get any front
Nor is k likely the firit-place
lIndikmi;' who began a two-game
series ,with them tonight, over
will ',get ally, players, from the
Yankees so long as 'Ilne is in
Cjeveland. i 1.'"'
linkies', can keep their
,Osid' the 'Tribe general,
inanoter, 'don't have 'to ,trade
with 'theiloi:'lierc, I AnoWs .rveIried
during 4lie past 10 years.
,
r i,Z0V M., ,Wirs Pennant,
'the don t7makt a ado, you
34,
esa bit it'll, bk with, a ItsCOn
etubs They never trade, with
a first'divisiOn tolotn.!, i;(s
tano honestly,' feels,' the Indians
have. good chance tol, wind UP
wiLA the entire, ,Ipacitagii ,,ot pret pretzels'
zels' pretzels' this year.' ,,
"Don't' get me Wronec gatd,
"the Yanks I- a ve a solid -club
even thoUgh they're in lixth piste
but they're not invincible and
they're not as awe inspring as
Oar were la other Mina

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41 have been considering a
mutual fund program. I would
like some information on such a
plan. Hays been approached by
one salesman but would like in information
formation information on other funds., Bow,
do I get It? ''-'7
A.' It seems, to me you, should
havk no more trouble, getting in infottdation
fottdation infottdation on--2nutitai funds than
,-
on life insurance. ','''
Mtitual funct programs are be::
ing aggressively sold by thou thousands
sands thousands of balesmen,, representiq
more than 125 funds. 4,-,,4...
Practically every brokerage
firm sells Tie- or more mutual
funds. Many funds have their
own sales staffs.
All ftmds 'advertise in daily
newspapers and in financial pub publications.
lications. publications. If you drop a line to a anyone
nyone anyone of them you can get 'all
the information you want.
There is no reason why you
shouldn't have a vast amount of
information on which to make
your decision,NsMce all funds is issue
sue issue literature letting forth their
goals, purchase programs and
portfolios.
Get as much material together
as you ckn handle add then take
your time digesting it. There is
no rush to buy a mutual fund. O Over
ver Over a 10-year period. (which is
the mOst common plan) it won't
make lan difference if you start
this month or next month. But
do start.
Be sure:
1. You buy the -program you
wantaimed at growth, safety of
principal, or income.
2. You sign up for the type of
program, which best suits yottr
investing' ability. If you intend
to keep at it steadily for 10 years,
you might buy a contraclual plan
tinder which substantial commis commissions
sions commissions are deducted froml the first
a payments. If yotr'are not so
sure you tan carry throUgh,
choose a voluntary 'plan' under
which you pay commissione on only
ly only as. yOU use, them.4 :,- ,-",
,If you- west insuranti, -which'
wilt assurit the, Completion of the
program,' inquire, about that. too.
The funds', insurance' rates-, are
, gonerallvery !ow. i. .,
T
,, ,,,e1,',.y,t tin'
lq. lifkbuirtaa 'and 1 'Aity.1 a
business eoupbi our mid ; 30s
with ingficient ',Insurance; ,'"'about
418,0001k savings. My htisband
' several yearse. ago began putting
$230 a month into a mutual fund.
Says we will be able to retire on
it in eight years.
A. A 10-year mutual, fund limo limogram
gram limogram will give you about $30,000
invested (less commissions, in
your case of-about $2.500). It so
happens yott have bought a con conservative,
servative, conservative, balanced fund, one
which invests in' both stocks and
bonds. OIL& yield of four of five
percent you can expect about
500 a year from this sum. Al Although
though Although I Nmust eniphasite that
trying to see eight years'into the
future on, ,any Investment 'is
sheer guesswork.
It would ,Seeto to 'me that a
young couple ought to have
something a hit More aggressive
than a balanced ftmd. During the,
balance of ',' your' ,Illetime you,
ought to, have-441Mo hedges a against
gainst against inflation and a balanced
fund is not the oustanding exam example
ple example of thlit. However, it is a good
fund end since you have a con contractual
tractual contractual set-up you should stay
with it. Some of your savings
from time to time conid be put in into
to into growth securities in the chemi chemical
cal chemical aircraft, aluminum, oil and
electronic fields. But stick to
quality.
'
Greaves
Main Eveit Chance
t ot
NEW YGRK (upp Victor
&lam, young Argentine middle.
weight, will get a main event at
Madison Square Garden because
of his impressive upset viotTy
over Canadian chamPinn WiVia
Graves at St: Nicholas Arena
Monday night. $plgi
Teddy Brenner, Garden match matchmaker,
maker, matchmaker, said todaeo."1 want him
for a Garden main event,possi event,possibly
bly event,possibly against Cerny Fullmer (ex (exworld
world (exworld champion), or ,Ralph Tiger
Jones." '
Lanky Zalatar, who weighed
16018 pounds to ,Gretives' 1934,
floored ,blond.!,Willies,onerin. the
10th round with'.1 'right and had,
him ao belpiesaly gro90' when )Yill
row that the final bell, probanty
saved him front. knockout,
'Refer .Martin skid he
tO atop the fight just
when ,the bellu rang.
Twenty-two-yatold ,,Zalazar, an
114 underdog, 'won thconanimous
decision on a roundo 74,
11,21,. 7-2-1. However, the Argentine
kayo 1 specialist will. be out of we
tion for about Nix week. because
of a six-atitch gash beiow his left
brow. euffered in the fourth
round., n
' .2 1-
t It Was the American's
leth victory in 19 bouts,' and it
was his first win on a decision.
His 15 previous triumphs were on
knockouts. 6 A
auitered lZh defeat in
31 tar ,

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ICES
NEW YORK, Ma3' 13 (UPI)...
Stocks opened irregular in mod moderately
erately moderately active trading today.
Firmer tone developed in the
early trading.,-:,
, ACP' Ind 7- '5144b
Advocate Asbestos 310b
, AlleghanysCorp ,- 12
Aluminium Ltd 27
Amer Cyanamid 59
Amer Motors 39
Araer Tell and Tel 246
, Anaconda t CoPPer 64,
Arkansas Fuel 330
AVCO Mfg ,7-,": 16
Beth Steel 4914
Bettinger Corp 84ib
Bicroft, Uranium
British Pet 1-18
Burroughs 4: 39
Canadian Eagle; 111,4b
Cerro tie Pasco 34
Chicago Groat West 41b
Chrysler 68
Cities Servki 57
Coastal Carib. 1
Colgate Palmollvs 115
Creole Pet 52
Crown Cork and Seal 34
Cuban Venezuelan Oil 44
CuPont 25544
El Paso Natural Gas 32
Fairchild Engine 9
' Fargo Oil 6 1-18
Felmont Pet 8
General Dynamics 60
.General Electric 81
General Motor,. 50
' General Plywood 25
' Galt Oil 113b
Harsco Steel 36b
Ilityden Newport 177A,
Imperial -Oil 43
Intl Pet 37b
Lorillard 42
Martin Co. 15
New Eng Tel and Tel 172
Nortluop Air 42
Olin Mathieson, 49
Pancoastal 3
Pan Israel
Pantepec Oil
,Pdllips ,tet 49
Pure 'Oil 44
68
b-Reynolda.,Metal 84
Royalw,l)tifch SheI 44
,; San:4061th 29b
ShetIransiiiit. 19
; Oli and 4Zas 38
, Sinclair 62
, Socony Mobile 44
SPerrY 26
Standard .011.-i1P-. 51
, Sterling Proc, isian 444
, Studebaker-Packard 11
Superior 011 1850b
Texas Gulf Prods 31
Underwood 23
'United Canso Oil 27
US Rubber 62
us steel 39741
Westinghouse Klee 34
Wheeling Steel 53
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Itoya)titth She
4 San;',Iskilitil
Sheltirartaliit.
4 t Oli- tal a
tft Sign a at
,, Sloe lair '011;-'
Arnie Pa Imei Proves
Class Golfer-Can
Win Ony Ail, Course
Sy JIM CAMPS1LL
OKLAHOMA CMt (UPI) Ar Arnold
nold Arnold ,Painier's stunning 15-imderpar
victory in-the $25,000 Oldaho Oldahomui
mui Oldahomui City Open Monday demon demonstrated
strated demonstrated that a, top-flight golfer can
style winning scores on any kind
of course'
The Ligonier, Pa., power slug slugger
ger slugger fashioned a final round 69 and
a total of 273 on the marshy lim limited
ited limited acreage of Twin Hills Coun Country
try Country -Club, to witv his 13th major
tournament, including the coveted
M a sters.
, Palmer, 29, in a frantic finish
wrested the $3,500 first prize mon money
ey money from Bob Goalby, Crystal Riv River,
er, River, Fla., by a scant two strokes
Early leader Tommy Jacobs,
Whitier, Calif., slipped to third
place with a total of 276, after
three-putting the -14th green.
k Goalgy picked up $2,300
check; Jacobs got one for 81,800.
M Goalby and ,?Palmer turned
late front Goalby was five
Fonder, par after nine holes. Both
had flopped in 15-foot putts on the
par-hve 8th hole4or eagles. But
Goalby gained another shot with
a birdie on the eighth hole, as
1Palmer took a par.
Palmer got back into the game
on the 10th hole. lie corrected an
errant putter for a birdie three.
Goalby used :five shots. It was
touch and go 'until the 17th, wliun
Palmer poked in a 40-footer tor
a birdie three, Goalby missed his
Isix-foot putt.
1 Mlite 'S ouch' Grossinger,
'NI., and Ted Kroll, Sarasota,
tiMsbed with 279 to claim
fourth hammy at 0,400. Kroll has
plaYrd ;Mee tournaments this
yeer.o ,And Jlas 'en average of
about '11,400 per tourney. Pal Palmer's
mer's Palmer's first prize ,theck advanced
hint into tits second spot on the
POA 'bop cosh list for the year,
with ,it lotal of ,$15,890.
MAYORS TO. MIT
SEOUL, Eorea (UPI) Mayor
Huh ,- Chung of Seoul left her
today en route:, to Philadelphia
lot A threeday goodwill visit at
invitation 6f Mayor j:Richardsoa
Dilworth.
The mayor was accompanied by
his. daughter, Huh, Chung. .v
Dilworth had explained, that ba
was inviting ''the Seoul 'mayor' in
expressing of regret for the Oes
tober, 1957k murder of a Koreart
student( by- a group of teen-agere
in 'Philadelphit."-!The student,' Ho
In -Ho,. Was attending the Univer
shy of 'Pennsylvania. !,'!.:-' ,41.
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COMING FRIDAYThe Navy's world-touring steel band from the lOth Naval DistriCt at San Juan, flies into the Canal Zone.
Friday to "blow the roof off the joint" at the Navy Relief charity balls. They will perform at Cummings Hall at Ft. Aniador,
Friday night and at the SkYroom in Cristobal Saturday. Tickets to the charity, affair are $1 artd the general public is invited.
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Admiral Dan's Pondemoniacs,
the Navy's steel band from the
19th Naval District at San Juan,
Is coming to the Canal Zone
Friday.
The world -touring Navy
ditiMmers, who make music out
pt painted, bdttomless oil drums
1410 an old brake drum, will be
tha, featured attraction at the
twe Navy Relief charity balls
bri both sides of the Isthmus
this weekend.
They will perform Friday

'Weather Or Not

This weather rernt tor ths 21
hours ending S a. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographie Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
Righ 94 35
Lot? 76 80
HUMIDITY:
High 91 92
57 80
WiND:
Imax. mph) NW-18 N-17
RAIN (inches) 0 .03
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 80 83

LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Gatun Lake 83.62
Madden Dam 219.64

BALBOA TIDES
: THURSDAY, MAY 14
HIGH
Time Ht.
7:52 p.m. 13.6 ft.
8:04 p.m 13.3 ft.

LOW
' Time Ht.
1.46 a.m. 2.5 ft.
- 2:15 p.m 3.6 ft.

night at Cummings Hall at
Ft. Amador, the Navy movie
theater just inside the Ama-
dor gate.
On Saturday night they will
appear at the Atlantic-side ball
in the Skyroom atop the Chase ChaseManhattan
Manhattan ChaseManhattan Bank Building in
Cristobal.
Time of both balls is 8 pM.
Tickets to the charity dances
are $1 per person with all pro proceeds
ceeds proceeds going to the Navy Relief
Fund Drive. The general public
is invited to the dances, the
Navy said.
Admiral Dan's PandeMOniaeSt
as they are known in honor of
their organizer, Rear Adm. Dan Daniel
iel Daniel F. Gallery, 10th Naval Dis District
trict District commandant, are schedul scheduled
ed scheduled to fly into Albrook Friday
af ternoon.
They are booked to appear
on UN-Television at 5:45 pm
for half an hour.
Making its first appearance
in this area, tne Navy steel
band will be adding another
stop to its tour of world cities
and fairs.
Since making their debut two
years ago, they have become
widely known through perforrn perforrnances
ances perforrnances on the Ed Sullivan Tv
Show, at the Chicago Festival
of Music, at hotels, clubs fairs
an dhospitals in major cities
throughout the United States
and the Caribbean, and abroad
at the Brussels WOrld's Fair and
in European cities.
Composed of trained Navy
musicians, the band plays
various sizes of ordinary, steel
oil drums, sawed-off Into dif different
ferent different sizes and with the bot bottoms
toms bottoms cut out, producing St
unique, mellifluous sound.
Gallery organized the group
after hearing steel band music
on a visit to Trinidad. Before
returning to his Zan Juan head headquarters
quarters headquarters he ordered 16 drums
from the natives at Trinidad
who make them.
The admiral got the drums
for a steal 6120. Today the
asking price for a 3et of the
same drums is $750.
The Navy musicians in Gal Gallery's
lery's Gallery's band forgot all about

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their trumpets and clarinets
after learning to play the oil
cans in a week's practice at Tri Trinidad.
nidad. Trinidad. "One of the band leaders
down there told us we couldn't
learn anything in a week," Gal Gallery
lery Gallery said. "He said our boys
would have to practice with his
outfit every day for three
months."
However, at the end of one
Week, the band leader came to
a practice of the Navy's steel

NEW YORK,, May 13 (UP1)---
Union and coMpany hegotiatOrs
seeking a new labor contract in
the steel industry last night re recessed
cessed recessed tlieir meetings until to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow without making any
apparent progress.
The eight negotiators, four
for Vile industry ,ancl four for
the union, refused to comment
on their meetings.
Inasmuch as they had made
a firm promise to keep the
public fully informed of any
progress their silence indicat indicated
ed indicated that they made no prog progress.
ress. progress. The recess was called so the
industry could study a proposal
presented .by the union Monday
calling for reduction of the
present 40 hour week to an
average of 38 hours in order to
reduce unemployment.
But the industry seemed to
want time only to prepare argu arguments
ments arguments against the proposal, for
a top industry spokesman said
that "the steel industry has one
proposal and onl one proposal
to make to the union: IA one oneyear
year oneyear contract extention.'"
"We are trying to get
through to the -union that we
are not joking," this official
said. "The industry Is firm-in
the belief that employment

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drummers. "His jaw dropped
open when he heard them,"
Gallery said..
"He madera verrilluminat-,
big toinment,",-Gallery, added.-
"He told our boys: 'Hell, you
, guys can, read musle"
Geller 3r, an unorthodox Amer American
ican American admiral who. is,. widely
known az an author as well Et8
a distinguished Navy officer,
predicts his steel band "is ..go ..going
ing ..going to knock Rock and:Roll and
Elvis Presley into the ashcan."

costs must be- held In line
this year at all Costs!'
The union has spent the past
two days of collective bargain bargaining
ing bargaining presenting its position on
some of the basic issues Involv Involved,
ed, Involved, particularly itS 'demand for
some spread the work program.
The negotiators met for three
hours yestcrda,' 'and., all they
would say to -newsmen. ifter
was that "we negbtiated care carefully.
fully. carefully. R. Conrad Cooper, thief ne negotiator
gotiator negotiator for the industry, said
the recess until tomorrow Ayes
agreed upon to "give us" the
industry some time to make
preparation on matters we want
to discuss at that time."
David J. McDonald, president
and chief negotiator of the
United steelworkers Union, told
a news conference "we cannot
negotiate in the press."
Both McDonald and Cooper
declined to ,say what matters
would be disCussed at tomor tomorrow's
row's tomorrow's meeting.
' -- -
It was learned. however,
that the -industry-was prepar4
Ing a rebuttal to. the union's
argument that a ,spread the
work plan wos needed because
of high unemployment in the
steel communities.
' Asked earlier -If the govern

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WASHINGTON, May 13 (UP1)--Preildent Eisenhowei:
,
at his news conference today, said ,RuSeit4eems to be
making a propaganda play In the opertirtrk'procpdukt
wrangle at the:Geneva foreign ministers conference.
However,' the President added that he hopid the four
foreign minisiers'soon would get down, to, fruitful negotia

Mons.
,
stopped,ibort of flatlY acusing the Soviet Union of
obstructing the conference by',Its insistence upon Commu Communist
nist Communist satellite;'participettion-. He said. it was impossible to
know 'what Me Kremlin really intended. ,

sOn other -topics the, Pre ident
also:
Sald'ile could llot tell .yet
whether the other Geneva confer conferenceon
enceon conferenceon suspeilidon of nuclear
weapons testsls close to agree agreement
ment agreement on a 'cOmpromise test-inspection
plan.

The conference was suspended
yesterday for about' a month, and
there was speculation that only
a high-level political recision
stood in the way of agreement.
However,- Eisenhower. indicated
in his comments about the diffi difficulties
culties difficulties of fixing the number of
on-the-spot inspections of treaty
violations that Some of the' tech techMeal
Meal techMeal problems have not yet been
ironed out
Sold no no has suggostod.
to him of inviting Soviet Pre.,
Khrushchtv to New
York to open a Russian exhibit

Steel Industry Labor Contract Pr ley
Recesses Without Apparent Progress

ment' slatest report showing a
sharp decline In unemployment
Would affect the union's insist insistence
ence insistence for "make-work" Scheme,
McDonald said:
"All I can say is- there are
many steelworkers still out of
work."

TRAWLERS RELEASED "'
TAIPEI, letirmost (UPI) Two
Chinese Nationalist trawlers were
released by the Chinese Reds
after more than one month's de detention
tention detention and returned to the North:
ern Formosa port of Keelung, it
was disclosed today.
Official sources said that all but
one of the 32 crew members re returned
turned returned with the two fishing vessels.

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thara this- summer and to lia
this Agisit in with a possible
summit oonforaneo in San
Francisco.
wrtasininsopeiredNebwy
did not ruleout the possibility of
ya onsrpkeiscTiulciamutie4evset.iinepohicli
a Khrushchev visit, in exchange
said officials
for Vice-President Richard M.
Nixon's summer trip to Moscow
where he will open an American
exhibit.
Called it too early to say
wenther or where a summit meet meeting
ing meeting would beheld or to comment
on hypothetical questions about
whether Khrushchev would be
wekomo as a visitor to the Unit United
ed United States. The' next step, the
President said, is for the 'Geneva
foreign ministers conference to
determine whether or when &
Summit meeting should be held.
Moanwhilo in Gomm& tin So Soviot
viot Soviot Union again rejected West.
ern plans for Gorman unifica unification
tion unification and pushor its own de demand
mand demand for admission of Poland
and Czechoslovakia as "full
and quid" mombers of the
fortign ministors1 conforanco.
The Big. Four parley met for
its third... session-. alyd ;WO
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still deadlocked' on the Soviet U Unioles
nioles Unioles attempt to pack the can canfertnce
fertnce canfertnce room with its Communist
satellites.,
,
Soviet foreign minister Andrei
Gromyko warned yesterday that
he planned ,to renew demands
today.. The Western foreign min ministers
isters ministers decided 'finally to lit ham
say his piece -again, rather than
try to steamroller the center centerenoe
enoe centerenoe into immediate discussion
of the Berlin crisis.
Secretary of State Christian A.
'Herter was chairman for the
day.
Before the meeting opened, it
was agreed among the Western
foreign ministers that Herter
would give Gromyko an opportu opportunity
nity opportunity to raise the issue of Poland
and Czechoslovakia again if he
wished.-

in'that case, the whole ses
sion was expected to be taken
op with -another fruitless wren wreng's
g's wreng's Over.this procedural dad.
t.
Only if Gromyko failed to do
,so "would Herter try to get the
parley down to grips with its
real problems, the Berlin crisis,
German unity and European .se
curity

The, Westeni foreign (ministers
each had readied general open opening
ing opening speeches appealing again to
Russia to ease tension by agree agreeing
ing agreeing to an acceptable settlethent
of the German and European se
curity problems.
But Gromyko already bad dash dashed
ed dashed any, 'lingering hopes that he
might permit an early cold war
peace settlement which the West
could accept.
-In a one-hour talk with YVest
erman foreign minister Heinrich
von Brentano this morning,
Gromyko declared bluntly that
the Kremlin will not permit a re reunitified
unitified reunitified Germany now' or at any
time -in theo near future except on
its ovm' terms..

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fr:WASHINGTO (UPI) ---,Sen.
Herman E.- Talmidge (D- Ga.)
said today .that attemptu to
force racial integratipn.,w to kt1
"destroy -publtr educatiolt.113
many areas of the South.",
Talmadge testified before '!v a
Senate Judiciary Subcommittee in
behalf of his, proposed "constitu "constitutional
tional "constitutional aniendment aimed; at ptilt ptiltmg
mg ptiltmg desegregation attempts c.
He said that public, schools,now
are left ."at,the mercy, of ad ir irresponsible
responsible irresponsible court ,which bas no
knowledge of education nee ds
or the public- interest in fulfilling
them." A
His proposed atiehdment woidd
provide that nothing in the 'Consti 'Constitution
tution 'Constitution should be "construed to
deny' the right of local govern governments
ments governments to determine for them themselves
selves themselves bow schools shoultU be
conducted.: :1 4 '41,
Talmadge 'Said -the states and
local governments already have
this right if the Constitution were

EiAERGENCY LANDING ity,51,,,Pc7anleno...m.tarY ,suPPorLior
LONDON LUPI)-2Ali Americati rat, Vin rth'ele,,tatlihsel

LONDON (UPI)In American "the evidence fa all ,!.the -ntherl ',1
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jet airliner carrying 101$ assen- way. ., 1 t
gers, including Hollywe star He said both 'Jefferson a n dk ''4
Robert Taylor, landed here safely Madison agreed that educatiodf ',
Monday using an emergency should be under 'state, and local ill
,
braking system. control, and thit the Articles' of:
The Pan-American World ,Air--Confederatiow end: Constitittion,- ,i;
ways Boeing 707 jet alerted the contain 'no references 'to educa'..- -1'
airport control tower for an emerition. : ,'-: ,,' ,,
gency landing after 1,red,.-warn1,- Sparkman also pointed out that i
ing light flashed, indicating the the Alaskan statehood act enacted, 1
main braking system wu not last year provides for "exchisive:: 1,
working. local control of schoole ittnOnr
Lawrence G. Derthick, laid in at 41
ti was asleep when the landing other :things;,, ba "aid. ,. the ,,,I.T.S-4:,, $1$
was made, Taylor said. This commistnoner of, education, bro.
handbook publishe this year thati,,,
is the first I knew of it"' '
the Constihition ,"leaves author-;
ity" over schools in local comev I
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THE BOUNERS-rsomobdat'
has madeoftl:withr,King,rz,
ward VII's sword, though no
one is lime how long it's been
missing. A, schoolboy checked
his guidebook description of
the London statue of Ake, king
and discovered that the sWord
was gone., POlipit are assigned.,

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4the unspeakabli hypocrisi of
Mg children- as pawns of 'Political
expediency" and said' this ."could
result in the rearing' el a genera.:
tion of American Olildren
norance."' '
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South l neither -accept 2-,nor
submit to the foreceful'implemen
tation" of, -the Supreme'.t-Colut's
decision. .4
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but hi the most ,learned mem
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