The Panama American

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

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
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Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:02563

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ONE OF -TI1S bpjt-known postal
clerks on the Zone, James E.
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flews from a small boy who ran
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heard it on the Stales '-.radio, and
"She nys to tell you it'll ,be.ra-
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Dcg Shbt In Zohr
Didn't Have Rabies
It has keen stated, officially
that a do? shot dead, by a Canal
,2cne 'Policeman near Margarita
J'on'day was not suffering from
.Rabin?,' .The animal Was.foaming
, a' tie mcuth'whcn shot. An exam
ination of the carcasse revealed
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Application Forms
For Group Health
Application forms and Informs-1
tion. concerning the conversion ot
group health and hospitalization
insurance,- for : employees ? of tin
Canas organization to- converting
policies After .reiirement are 'now
available;,;,.;;( i.:;v-f: (
- The provision for "coverage after
retirement for Canal employes
and their familiee was one of the
important changes made in the
contract with Mutal of -Omaha,
which was renegotiated earlier
this year by-the Employes Group
Insurance Board:., The -new provi
sion is retroactive to Jan. 1 ol this
year and employes who have re
tired at any time this and belonged
to tne Group roucy may lor conu
niied coverage. 1 i
The conversion oolicv contains
ho limitations as to age or aura aura-tion
tion aura-tion and is a part of the groupplan
in that the president of the Employ
es Group Board will review actioas
which may be detrimental to tht
retired employes. The Personnel
Bureau will communicate witn eli eligible
gible eligible employes and. those have1 re retired
tired retired earlier this year,'- furnishing
information : on the .'conversion
plan, and application blanks. Em Employes
ployes Employes may also receive the heces
sary forms from the Group Health
Insurance Board or from the Mu Mutual
tual Mutual of Omaha representative ,' in
.he Canal Zone. ', ;; ;:,
The annual rates for. employes
after retirement are $30 for the
employe alone: $125 for an ; m-
nloye and one dependent;-; -a n d
$175,,for an employe ar.d fvo. or
more dependents. Age limns ,ave
64 years for men and women, and
17 years for-dependent cildren.

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Postal Workers
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januar 1958, win be rereivea
In (s l Zone fv V em
rl"v vS.ial Zone aokU-
at pivlsion a rfult of th
-law signed in Washington yes yes-.',
.', yes-.', terday by President Eisenhow
er 'boosiinf the payi of all
United SUtes postal workers.
All but 15 are recular -em
, ployes. .
Reports received her from
Washington Indicated that the
pay legislation will proridft
for Vx per eent increase for
. all employes, with XVt per
cent cost of living increase for
those in the first six grade
and 1M per cent for others for.
, a three-year period. ' ;
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' 1 The ma.1oritr of the postal
emploves in the Zone will re receive
ceive receive the extra 2Vi per cent. cent.-wi
wi cent.-wi Checks Coverinr the retro
active pav will be issued some sometime
time sometime in June by the Office of
the Comptroller, H was an announced
nounced announced today. The Increase
. 1- retroactive here ton the first
paw neriod In January.
It has been estimated that :
1 the boost in the salaries of
the Cnat Zone noxtal wbrk wbrk-ers
ers wbrk-ers will increase the local vest vestal
al vestal budget by approximately
$62,000,
The new law also provides
for an increase in Canal oZne
postal rates which will become
effective August 1,' 19S8.
Now Available
Insurance Plan
.' When conversion policy anplL
cations are uied within uia allow
able time limits, continued conve-
rage wai be provided without evi-
aence o insurability for the em employe
ploye employe and his dependents.
' Conversion nolicy benefits nrovl-
de coverage up to $12. a day for the
employee ana iu a aay lor a ae
pendent fir a long as 90 days hos.
pitalization in one period; and pays
up to $240 for .extra hospital ex
pense's or .services and the same
amount for outpatient hospital
care in certain instances. t
New Snack Bar '
Opened At Balboa
Industrial Area
A snack bar, at which em
ployes in. the Balboa Industrial a
rea can obtain sandwiches,' coffee
and other light refreshments,: was
opened mis weeK. i
Operated 'by the Supply.' Divi Division,
sion, Division, the new snack bar has been
set up in building No, 28 which
is adjacent to the main Supply
Division Office. It will be open
Mondays through Fridays.- from
P:00 a.m; to 3:00 p.m.
The snack bar was set ap tn
relieve congested conditions at
the Pacific luncheonette which was
opened earlier this year on Dia Diablo
blo Diablo Road near the office-of 4he
Balboa Port Captain. The facili facilities
ties facilities were made available at. the
request of the Civie Council and
labor orasnizations. .-"

, PANAMA, R. WEDNESDAYMAY 28, 19S8

Land Sea, Air

Planned For Memorial Day ;.

Plans for' participation by aD
four military services in the -ob
servances lor Memorial Day,
sponsored by veterans organiia-l
tions on Jboih sides of the lstnmus
have been" completed, the Carib
bean Command announced today,
Army. Navy. Marine Corps and
Air Force nersonnel and eauiD-i
ment will take part in the Atlantic
and Pacific side ceremonies at
Mount Hope1 Cemetery, Corozal
Cemetery and a special service
at sea. U. S. Army Caribbean
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will also participate in the separ
ate annual Memorial Day observ
ance at Paraiso.
On the Pacific side : the main
observance! will be at the Coroia'
Cemetery -at 9:45 a.m. and the
Sea Service aborad the USS Jasp
er at 1 p.m. ,
At Corozal ? emeterv the mem.
orial service will beffin with a
march Jed bv Lt. Col. Lloyd A.
Brown, assitant deputy' command
er ot the 1st uatue uroup. zuin in
fantry. In the procession will be
a joint color guard from the four
military services, which vill par par-icipate
icipate par-icipate In the 'observance at the
speaker platform set up in the
center of the cemetery. 1
In flights one minute apart,
a tt T-33 aircraft and a C47
transpert from Caribbean Air
Command will fly ovar the ce.
. mtrv in an Y? atrial .salute.
.with the C-47 jdropplng a floral
tribute dsi"nd te scatter In the.
wind and ...t evtr gravis r
The flyover, will be followed by
an invocation, by Chaplain (Com
mander) J. E, Hollinesworth
USN, Protestant Chaplain of the
15th Naval District and a recita
tion of Lincoln s Gettysburg ad
dress by Miss Patricia Voortmey-
er oi BaiDoa Hign icnooi.
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Main,: speaker for 'the ocassion
at Corozal Cementery will be, f'e.
deral District Judge Guthrie F. F. F.Crowe,'
Crowe,' F.Crowe,' followed by recitation of
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TWO IfOUNG AFRICANS June Brlnkley and Alc Don
Pierce paused In Balboa Plaza today to take note of the flag
flying at half mast in honor of two unknown Americans who.
pave their lives during World War II and the Korean conflict.
The flags will remain half-masted through Friday Memorial
Day. Directions for the flying of the flags at half-mast were
contained. In a Presidential proclamation,. Residents of the
f!nna; Zone bave heen reoiiested bv Gov. W. E. Potter and to

. ily fl'ta at their homes-at

period.- The Domes of tne two unxnown servicemen were
riovej to the rotunda of the -United States-Capitol in -Washington
today and will He In state until interment in Arlington
National Cemetery on Memorial Day..

Services

memorial prayers "by Rabbi Na Na-than
than Na-than Witkin for the Jewish faith.
Chadain Hollingsworth for the
Protestant faith and Chaplain
(Captain) Charles Jtichard, U!ak
CARIBl for the Catholic faith.
A highlight of the service will be
the placing of wreaths by the
various Canal Zone veterans' or
camzations during the playing ot
hymnal music by the Air Force
band, i This will ce touowea sy
memorial vollevs fired by tne
Balboa -Histo school KOlt tiring
squad and tpe sounding oi laps
to conclude tne service.
A similar memerlal service is-
planned for Mount Hope Camtm
erv on the Atlantic side begin
ning at 11 a.m. with Gov. W. E.
Potter as the principal speakav
jThis service will Include parti,
kipafion by- all military strvlcos
'en cooperation with the Atlantic
side veterans groups sponsoring
the Memorial Day program.,
j The special sea a -vice -aboard
the USS Jasper of the 15lh Naval
Dinrict will bein at.l p.m. and
will be similar too the land serv
ices.
T.inpnln' Gettysburg 1 address
will be recited by George H. Wal
es. Jr.i son; of Rear Adm. G. H:
Wales, commandant of 15th Naval
District ana the principal an an-rfress
rfress an-rfress will be given by Com dr. C
F. Cpnconhon, commandina of-
ftrpr M f'f Naval CommiMica-
tioias Lujn," iBalboaj J I
After memorial prayer t)v cha
plains of the three faiths, a floral
tribute will be scattered on k ine
sea: an eight-man sauad from.U
SARCARIB 'will fire a memorial
volley and Taps will be sounded
to conclude the service.
U. S'. 'Army Caribbean's1 parti
cipation, in the annual rara'so Me
mofial Day service will include
ao army color guard ,and a bug
leu i
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half staff during the three-day

ay They're MA Refugees,

Plan Return

Six more young trespassers on the Cu'rundu Military'

ary near Panama, University
Two teenage Panamanian

Balboa Magistrate today they preferred jail terms to the suspended' sentences he
was about to impose. A 24-year old student asked that his five-day term be extended.
All three indicated they feared they would be seized by the" National Guard if
they returned to their homes. Relatives who stood With the boys in court concurred in

tneir cnoice. 1

Students interviewed today charged that National Guard detectives had inf iltmf.

ed the University where 825 youths and girls are making
food is any longer beinq permitted to enter.

However. Father felix Alvarado secretary of the Panama Archbishopric, said to-
day that after visitino the university yesterday with the Bishon of Colon. Mon Ju-

Serrnrio they nrrnnned for supplies of food and medicine
tight ccdon which the National Guard Jias drawn around

i-v, Anares ,nnriio, qenerai secrerary or :,me executive committee ot the Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian students Federation, said that food supplies were limited. :

.The ."students also thrsatsnea' to shoot down a helicopter ahd a Wzh plans which

thsy suspected offlyir.g over the campus with ths Intention of spotting arid photograph photographing
ing photographing their defense 1 dispositions.' , f
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1 iney aid noi laenxny ine

Ing; a this part of the Isthmus are U.S.' military machines. Some civilian-' h" .1
are e","', rn s -: ay"n-"t wrlc c'C''ri" I L"d Cfmp-ny'pi- 1 c'vil
- "Most ot tlie students t..!vd In Dauoa today and ) rday saii,tL -' hai t -1 1

of the University on one errand or another far the students

to.be refugees;., artd late' this
the University. ;

;r Some students are refugee with, "friends;, on the Canal Zone. It Is not known whether
these students broke through the National Guard siege lines at the University' ard' enter

ed the Canal Zone undetected,
University -siege-began one
Cantlllo also said todsy thati
t.h; two churchmen had been
able to see for themselves yes yesterday
terday yesterday that the student move movement
ment movement in the unlvers'tv was not
under Communist Influence. ; : I
President Ernesto de la Guar-
dla Jr. ; torn loreign correspon correspondents'
dents' correspondents' at the weekend that the
father- of student lea dftr Carlos
Arellano Lennox had. told Jhlm
voung Arellaino realized the stu students'
dents' students' actions had been a mis mistake,
take, mistake, but was stavlnjt on in the
university "himself for tear that
unort hi departle Cbmmnnists
would tak ovef the movement.
Amone those iresnt'v m ne
nniverslty ere P'-' Bolivar Da Da-vlos
vlos Da-vlos and flleto ManueT Rowsa;
both of whom hae raveled
extenvely behind the Iron
Curtain, -i-''.V":-!'-..' ??-'s!'v'-"': tw
Cantlllo reiterated Ubat the
tnifenta are standlnar firm in
their demard that the ouster of
National- Guro mommanoa'i
ml Bolivar Vallarlno: second
in-command Lt. ( Col.: Saturnino
Flores. third-ln-command ; Lt.
ro Timoteo Me enaez ana cau
cation Minister Victor N. Julia'o
must precede any negotiations
with the government. ;
President de la Gtiardla told
the foreign correspondents earli earlier
er earlier that he had ;every faith in
Vallarino and the other omcerg
tVia nrnnnriint.t (rnt the im-
presslon that he. had no Inten Intention
tion Intention whatsoever, of even consi-
dermg their ouster, r '
-' A presldencia Spokesman to today
day today denied rumors of ; wide widespread
spread widespread cabinet changes which
mav have Included Jnllao.
UThe last student anprehended
by Military Police in Curundu
yesterday, and the first to testify
todav.: was an 18-year oiq, 'co 'co-lnmhlan,
lnmhlan, 'co-lnmhlan, Lula olmedo Russell, t
nolite voune man who works
part-time for Radio Balboa. He
also attends a commercial school
in .Panama, v-,..- -',.-f M
Russell pleaded fiHtr to
trespaMng on the military
post. He said, he was on, his
way back to the universlt
after having come ut earlier
to procure an oscilJat, tube
f nr the students hrt-wave
station there. He ad rottn
out of the university, be said,
accompanvlnr a woman posed
The needed oscillator, "he saM.
had reached the university by
other means.
Asked by the Judge about the
station's -wavelengths. he men
tioned the 40-meter band, then
7460 k'locvcles, but on ferjeat"i
seemed to change this to 7660
kilonrcles. ,,
V Cnal Zone Police Lt. Harvev
G. Rhyne who has Questioned
many of the trespassers, told
- She .court Russell -has .20-year-old
brother In the uni university;
versity; university; that the father of

to University

were picked up shortly before

students arrested in the same area vesterdav told the-

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neiicopter, dux tne oniy nencopters believed to be ODer.''-

morning three indignantly denied thfy were fleeing f i
."i,:-. , ,;

or whether they sought refuge In the Zorie Mfore the

week ago torn arrow. m,-'.(
both wa in court, and that it
the youth Is tel-ase d he has
stated bis : plan i to try to get
r the. brother out, and not re-
-turn.'i '4 .v-M-.
. Demtng asked Lu!s to Identify
his father, Mark Russell, a long longtime
time longtime worker on the Zone, ao ao-nnrehtlv
nnrehtlv ao-nnrehtlv retired,-' Deminsr said:
"Hnw do I know he's your, fath
er." The Judge went on to jav.
this might be another plant, as
the "mother" was.
The elder Russell.', however
produced a cedua ard other
papers, and his signature
mt,ched that on the documents.
The. younger Russell said "a
lot more:, 'no trespassing' signs"
were put un about .a: half hour
after he was cought The Judge
said this did not affect the vio
lation, ; since ; the ; s rea was al
ready fully posted. The case was
continued until tomorrow mom-
mar; with $500-ball fixed. t. ,l
Six bovs and one vournr man
tried previously came un todav
for sentencing. All were accom accompanied
panied accompanied by a parent or an older
relative.... .-.v; '"W-'vr i
V? Sentences for the first three
were all teenarers '' sus
pended or the condition that
wey go nome. ooey their pa parents
rents parents and be guilty ot breaking
no canal Zone law for1 a year.

Missile Expert Nickcrson Reveals

No Secrets In "Talk

lot

' Col.? John Cij Nickerson.S Uj S.
Army missile expert who w a s
"exiled" to the Canal Zone after
being : court-martialed last year
for releasing secret; information
gave 'the insifle dope on rockets
and space travel to a large audi,
ence at the Balboa Y.M.C.A last
nighCv' 7Y-
But this time1 he didn't give a-
way any secrets. To many ques.
tions during his lecture he re.
plied with a' smile "I can't;: an answer
swer answer that." v'i. ,; ; -Nickerson
was fined $1 ,500 at
his court martial and his rank
was suspended for a ,year, He
said last night that the trouble
arose when he wrote a paper for
some Congressmen and it found
its way into the press. He is now
inspecting facilities for engineers
at Fort Clayton.- v
, After showing a color film ., of
the. preparation and lauching of
the Jupiter rocket in Janua January
ry January this year, Nickerson said that
present-day rockets could attain
speeds of around 26,000 feet per
second jst enough to get but into
space. When, speeds of 35,000 feet
per second .were reached.; howev.
er.. space ships woultL.be able 'o
travel anywhere in the solar ays.
tem.

five ctnt:

Reservation afona its bound
noon today. Some were car-
, v
a 'stand. Some denied that
to be; allowed through the
the university Y. 1
inside. Only a few t'' J
1
All said, they bad no wish t
co back to the Vvlver'v.
They were Gilberto Palan'o
G.; Pablo Marcial Armu"es -and
his brother Orlindo, The
latter two are National In 4-
tltute indents. The ether was
about 11. ;
Next up for sentence were three
picked ur early yesterday in i a
wooaea area ot Lurundut Thry
pleaded guilty yesterday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, i
"They were Saturnino Gonzairs
Soils, 10", a National Institu'e: stu student
dent student Jorge A. Diaz, IB, a.mros-
sionsi school punij :' and Lpis Alb-

lij :' and 7-pis Alb- I
talker, 24hd IS
Arts and 'Crafts j
and Diaz wer

ert xownsiev waiKer.
Rtudying st the
School.
Both Townslcy-
carrying mimeographed '. Mora-
ganda material produced In1 the
University by the students, ffone
of the ,three carried arms. "
Gonzalez. Solis told Ae- Judge
be worked in the student dis dispensary,
pensary, dispensary, at. the University, and
that they were badly in need of
medical supplies to treat those
wlo were hurt. .. Y,it- i.';':
vr'fc decided somehow l- hal to
get Touti tov bring supplies in t
themt" he explained. He said that
since he did not know the road
and did not see any posting it was
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At Balboa X
He said It would be Bossihle tn
land on the moon Within 20 veara
at the very outside. The fir a t
stage would be to build a man.
ned space station orbitine the
earth which he predicted wonld
De acmevea in, 10 years at the
most,-' 4 r
Nickersonsard that scientists hop.
ed in the fairly near future to be
able to circle the moon with a
rocket which, would be able to
televise ; the other side of the
moon's surface which has never
been seen' by xman. t'
"Of course, it will probabfy
look just like the side we see now,
but you never, know" he added.
Of the other plants which man
may be able to visit in the pres.
ent decade, Nickerson said Venus
was the most promising of sup.
porting life although little was
known about the planet owin ?
to cloud layers, which conceal
the. surface,, VYY':-.-:.V.
( Nickerson' explained the theory
and construction of the Jupiter
"C rocket. There were 1 many
missile-mad teenagers' in, the i i-dience
dience i-dience and their seemingly c
less barrage of technical qu )
, had to be cut short alter t j t J

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This time. I would like to give'a good example someone

' Urcanat not only mopey-wise put possible at a cost of some
fs'toaSiT ordered the JaUorofa
JlirhSiB svstem in W Canal. The system does not furnish the
Sfeataafeti i?isupjHed to. 1 have talked to many seaiarers
foout tt It seems that oSe of the hazards of the system la the
Ser of" lare from light shining directly in m eyes Any Any-Sna
Sna Any-Sna who drives a car knows what a bad effect bright lights
Sve taSS vision. This situation will be greatly worsened
P6I have SaSeftffi Panama Canal P' f
iituatlon. and that was it It must be harden the pilots of tue
SsSlolSig through this narrow waterway And who Is go goto!
to! goto! to take the blame for any'accldent caused by Jhese lights?

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INFERIOR

V:4i4TM been eonstantly repetted and reiterated by the pow pow-irs
irs pow-irs to cSal Zone schoofsystem ttiat theCZ schools- are
?prtor U PWic schools in the US. To fmphaske thisJtct
iaeypoiht to the high percentage of local high school graduates
who attend college in contrast to US schools. ?
if I have had toe opportunity to observe a number of public
hoil in various sectU of .the $JmtSJto
local schooU notnly are not superior but are definitely inferior
E the good public school systems in the US. :
! ittuition with the'junlor College here is Ua.
ite f California, where-, the two-year coUeps, are simplya
Continuation of mx-rimj
taii two years of college lust as they do here without leavmg
home The fact that the Job opportunities are so limited I ex ex-Pe
Pe ex-Pe aJcuSrl&hrcentage of Junior college en-
ffllTheack of adequate facilities, the fact that many br the
ii,n?r main heTuntU retirement without furthering their

education by participating Mr
Ssr?dtheW

sj . .hnnn ni, tmi
UUUCMW w.

. rPXTrMce, 'lllfkhs Pevalent in the Canal
rone do not equip a student coming out of school to live in the
dern-day wrid .where pepples of aU races and nationalities

V vaA work xogewex .or ae

Jit "1- H il'lll rtv.
1 SCALES OF
If
J? HAgree 100 percent with the

Vzo
LnaT Zom courts than do US citizens; s '.. -'
fl 'This feeling was not diminished when a maid got fined io
Itor taking off with a stick after an American youth wno was
reeking at her taking a shower.' There is no question as to the
Ideality of the fine, bu what woman would not have done the
Eimeft' i '.v ''
Another-lnstance whlch'has Impressed itself deeply on the
Mublltf-mln is that Of the local rater who drew a 10-day sen sentence
tence sentence lor stealing eight cents worth of Ice, I believe It was His
MppeaCsucceeded In a higher court, but he was involved in con con-Siiderabie
Siiderabie con-Siiderabie expense In exonerating himself; Most people do not
have the money to appeal, and have to take their chance In the
'hwef' court.--' : ..T. !.4.-;,-.f ....
'fr v..-...n .iv viat lnritvtriiila uhn' camaout look

ng worst in the maid's case were the boy's parents, who turn turn-to,
to, turn-to, maid over to the police. :- j

ia-dfc?iB'IPt a-
JINGLES
,lr:
a well-known fiaure :tmonr
';f
twill leave Panama shortly for his

Jsjnany years of service in the employ of we unjwa ewes g qv

i The '-man In question Is Albert (Jingles) BeH,who has tm-

jetlnongly served his community

1 As in the case of many other public figures opinion Is
.ClrtdedL about Jbls conduct in .his dealings with the public and
with his subordinates during his long period; of employment
iwth the U.S. Army In anexecutive position.. All are agreed,
however, that Bell has done much to increase and to maintain
!the respect, of Panamanians and Americans alike 'towards the
people from the West Indies." "'--? '.''-
ir My v reason tot' writing this letter Is to. express the regret
twhleh will be felt by many at the loss his going away will mean
'to the ta'any people who ahye looked up to him as one of the
"outstanding pillars of the community. . (
" Tint lot na nut aside our retrreta and extend our best wishes

'that he will have a safe voyage

Jamaica will quicmy realize ma enormous potentialities, as a wirt
;er and a community worker and-put them to work for the good

- lof the whole without hesitation. ;
' Campana
iHt003ra PEN-PAL1

5 V I would like tobecome anen par of bdvs and sirls aeed IT

ft to 19 years from your country.

lege, i wouia lute to correspond in eitner uninese or Engusn.
(i My hobbies art-collecting stamps and postcards, and reading

iane llteralure1,
PANAMA

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B
nn nemrai Avenue,
Non.J.olatSbtHst-
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views of "Ashamed" (Mail Box,
BELL
the West Indian Community
home in Jamaica, B.W.I., after
as a newsman ana as a ira
and to express the hope that
I am a Chinese boy, 18 years of
Ho Shunr ,Yuk.
6A Fuk Kwan' Road,
2nd floor,
,,- Hong-Kong.
AMERICAN

-yy By VICTOR' RIESEL
: HERSHEY, Pa. Hart; ence,
I wrelt to itery ef a bioaay
momim wnn iniry mtn at It.
bor ano pro-mantgtmtnt ptepta
fought it out with gum and pitch
farks.-lt'Was a brutat tiro and
climt mort than two dtctdts t-
go. Sa it is hearttning that in

tou stmtitowri i ominow upon
hppir i;ry. of fnn of good i
win who toon will gathtr ta
. mtka it n:r for mtny to I
otrn their daily, brttd and ;
, v,v ';
I have found that at the Hotel
Hershey here comerence rooms
have Deen reserved for three days,
starting June 9, by labor and nu
nagement leaders of a billion dol dollar
lar dollar industry. In it the field of
glass containers there is no re recession
cession recession just signs of a slow
down turn in plants- which turn
out twenty billion bottles and jars
annually.
' Rather than wait for the lay
offs of men and orders, the laburt
management group will meet here
to plan to prevent any dip. Thejj
meet at the invitation of one Lee
Minion. He Is president, of the
AFL-CIO Glass Bottle '. Blowers
Assn. and one of the new and
younger vice-presidents of Hie
Arutio itsen. i t -..-:
This is the first such conference
called anywhere in the land.
Sitting across from Minton ana
five other union leaders will be
a six-man management delegation
representing all tne 40 companies
in the field. They will speak for
tne uiasa container wanuiactur
ers Institute the fellows who
get up all those bottles, plain and
fancy, for everything from Smir-
non voajca i vnamin puis. v -ii
Minton telegraphed the manu.
facturers recently asking them to
meet periodically in 1958 to de develop
velop develop programs for keeping: em.
ployment and production at their
present men Jeveis. "This is not
the time for our industry, or, oth
ers, to become pessimistic and
overlook our potentialities; (By
working together for a healthy and
prosperous industry we will be a
source of encouragement to otner
industries and to our nation as a
whole, Minton s wire said. ':
' Th union chief points out that
Still it a three-year contract co-
; varlng the glass,. Industry,, giv
ing its 52,500 tmployts a gua
rantaad annual incraata i each
year. But, h tayi although Mi
union pooplo tr ert,ain to .got
thoir pay pooiti, the will-boing
of the Industry mutt bo protect
od, too.:. -. -;,.'(".:.' .', V:
The wire also went to A. J. Mar-
tirt. Director of Labor Relation!
(f the Mtmiftcturert Institute.' He
will head the employer delegation
at tne inxs.
Both Minton and Martin are keep
mg jneir agenca on-tne.recorct
but Mr. Minton points to the rec
ord. Twenty billion .bottles is lot
of glass and the folks feel that
they tell that many because of
intensive oublicitT camnainss bv
the union' as well as the industry
to increase -ptlbue demands for
foods and beverages packed in
elass,
These union glass pottle blowers
are great believers in blowing their
owii' industry's' horn .to draw'the
puouc irom omer types or mate
rials. Recently Mr, Minton learn
ed that a fibreglass boat company
m a midwest state was being
scorched down the., neck by Ihe
not oreatn of its creditors, jobs
of Minton's members were at itak
The union voted $25,000 for a pun-
lie "relations drive by the firm.
Today the company is prospering.
It has tripled its employment rolls..
More people are buying fibreglass
i i .
uoais .mis luramer. r-
The fibreglass business ts arow-
!ng and the union people hope it
win be oart of the antidote to any
recession In their field. Not only
is the fibreglass used in furniture,
but a Mason City, Iowa, firm now
u selling a lint of fibreglass truck
fenders. ,-- .'
Most of the union i promotion
is aimed at convincing labor's 18.-
000.000 members to- go out and
insist on glass, they're not ex
pected to buy glass truck fenders,
but there's food, beer, cosmetics,
, Watch Lee Minton. He's not ex
actly a newcomer. He took office
12 years ago. But the public gets
itself all wrapped up in the giants
who tear across the front pgs
because, they re turbulents news.
WeU. this is ouiet. but it is bread
and butter stuff.- And that makes
Brother Minton big news in this
corner. i
Cork is the outer layer of
bark of art evergreen oak tree
growing mainly aaar the Med Mediterranean
iterranean Mediterranean Sea. The bark it
usually, first stripped; whan th
tree is about IS to 20 years old.
Nine years later another strip stripping
ping stripping is taken, Later itrippings,
made at intervals of to 10

years for 130 years, are of a
liner quality than the first two
which are coarse- and tough.
e Britsaaiee it. laeytlopla

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Walteiinchlll ilii'Mewlolrlc

DESERT PLAYGROUND
Las Vegas thrusts itself out of
the desert like a burst o f day.
dreams. Full of. lights and color,
sun and sand, excitement and
luxury. A patch of pleasure..From
come the products which have
created the spacious hotels, lavish
nightclubs and paish casinos.
Stroll along atfer dark, and the
Diazins neon reiiimui ou u.
Broadway's. 'inferno. A frenetic,
flamboyant panorama. And al
ways, there is a teeming activity
Night snu uay tnere is- action, ac.
tion, action. The modernplate-
glasr- nn. chromium and
massive tropical plants are all a
part of the g istening landscape.
Here is Funtown shiny and
bright, shrill and enervating., art-
fuLanjl crass, noisy and, musicil.
Evry visitor must conclude that
is W of the world's1 most fab.
uoius bazaars, r,-. .-.-:, ) ,;v
The rhythm of th 'town plays
a unique music. Lights and sba-l
dows are its instruments. So are
people and buildings. A nervous
tempo, frequently bweildermg. Ne Nevertheless,
vertheless, Nevertheless, it is strangely fascinat-'
ing and beautiful.,.' Dominating the
symphony of sounds are the very
special vibrations,: of gambling
muffled by thick carpets. The click
whhi-andluhk of slot jnachines.
The rattle-rattle-rattle of dice. The
clickety-clackety-click of roulette.
And the clunk of. the chuckalick.1
in addition, there are the constant
caim murmurs of Mh 1stickmen.
And the groans and .exclamations
by tossing and winning players.:.
All this is part of the Jigging tern,
po. The exciting atmosphere that
plucks nerve strings and sings the
gammers' luuaoy.
- Th procottlon' of facet around
the casinos. Angular, globular, old
ana young, smmng ana grim. A
parade ef countless biographies
a mirror of excitement and disap.
poiment. The confusion of flesh.
ly outlines in the constant move.
ment...From every face emerges
an extraordinary dramatic story
for those who can. translate it. All
the emotions are encompassed
an endless tale crested with every
gesture thd every glance. Facet
frozen with concentration, reflect-
mg fears and hopes, all eyesr fo.
eused on cards, spinning wheels
or rolling dice. Faces, faces, face.
A
pt maywtact a certain
charm
and ovtn btlltt-grace
in tha array -of mlrrari, sub
w iiennns, iDrr Turnitn-
Ingi f th aiini. And the m m-rnmlt
rnmlt m-rnmlt mvmnts th lck
men and doalort. Thy run f t
9an-,-i witn a- cum, cttutl of
ficency in contrttt with the rbtt.'
U movements, tha facial
Planning
,
-
r1
1

L" -' ...

w t n !aaaaw

. o
twitching of
the
hopaful play,
art.., Hour after hour, the stick-
mtn sing out thair tongs: "Same
thoottr coming out".,. Hare
eight"... "Any more for' crapt
olavtn?",.. ."Sevan : and away -"Now
th tlm for a field bat".,
'It's tha otty tlx"... Hour after
- hour, thr it th clatttr of chips
and tilvar dollars. On player
movt away from a gaming ttbl
and another taket hit plte. And
constantly, thero are th klMx
art involved in the great and
tatisfying game of Mcond-guesi.
;tln.:;r -..1
Stars are burning bright in the
spacious joyhts. The world's great
est talent is" on, .display.;."' Listen
closely and you. can hear." the soft
rutle of swaying taffeta and swish
ing silk... Bracelets; .tinkle ard
dishes clatter, fhe rush, and cifush,
High heels rata-tattjng on the po polished
lished polished floors. Whirlpools of neme neme-roua
roua neme-roua conversations...- And here ti'e
the most beautiful dolls' in the
world. Rippling torsos. The age.
less siren-song and :-1 w tying
hips. A jamboree of loveliness,,.
The laughter and the music and
the dancing. An emangled rhythm
of mmgieo vibrations, me glori
ous melodic beat of entertalnmeat
in action. Joy goes into its jig.
The tmall realm of: pleasure
seems isolated from the rest of the
world. Its great oeean Of gli,ter
washes across the streets, reflect.
mg red and yellow smudges. The
enormous, srjray of lights is si-
ways impressive, tne uraptuous
hotel lobbies and luxurious sa.ons
are imposing. The string of gambl
ing halls, pinball parlors, dance-
naiis, couee oars are alive with
shiny creatures per.orming elec,
trooaiics. Tne commonniace snlen.
dor of the honky-tonk Parades;
Voices, the incesant roar, the rest.
less excitement of the shallow
gleam. This is a town dedicated
to having a good time. Over te
ven million tourists nasi throuch
every year to participate in the
unique activity and engage in mo
netary adventures.
There It more te Vtgtt, how
ever, then th gambling frtnzy
mora than th axplosiant otf rntr rntr-ry
ry rntr-ry energy, mar than th rtm.
pant iollity, more than th hustl
buttl of th carnival, th grand
srehitactur ef shiny hetU. Ba Basically,
sically, Basically, It it tmall town. Not
far from tha tmlng "Strip"',
are residential artat, whr fa:
mill liv quiatly, xprincing
alt the oyt and disappolnmtntt
thtt g with railing chlldrtn,
bing mtrrid and timing a liv-.
ing. Th frontier atmotphcM it
rathtr common. x Wtstrn.s y I e
dudt are popular and you ftatrt
pot grinlod dtrt characters.
But all are dpndnt n th
t Ion mtjer I n d v 1 1 r yt

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gambling. And there It this dl.
ference: You can tee a houta.
wife clutching for groctrits witn
on hand while yanking tha
arm. ef a tlot-machino with tha
other.
Th fantastic hamlt is at its
bes, during the twilight hours
Wmm mgnt ana day are balanced
on the "desert's horizon. Dusk, with
intense dallght. extends its glow
ing fellowship. The yellow: light
of the sun mingles With tne uiiu
blue hues of night., The sky re
flects the sun's dis.ant cohflagra-
tion-Ht brilliant fire in the haze,
Look tip- -. and ; the higii-spirlud
tempo of the sunny Klondike seem
to vanish temporarily
There" is
a certain aeremiy, an overpower
ing tranquility which it in duvet;

cnm.rait n;lth thai iinrulv niennititf. u.-i-.'L.: il-.h, i. .,..

ec tne gambling mecc. me tky
is tinted with a million colors
and the wends; is r rainboe. Na
ture's show i seems for more en
cnanung man tne
made: tparklers,
skill of msnT
v'-i', :tt''i' ;
thunder of .'the
V:'Kv.;,-i.rf.'f:,-, -,.
Tha swirl and
burg's gambling
entertainment
soree are accompanied by a tree.
easy-going spirit. Possibly the com
bination is the consequence ot ve-
in evening frocks minfile with guys
... . M,MU.V "VM, V, ... "..
wearing sports ; shirts, Except for
the grim ,aces of some players
at tne gaming tablet ana me e
qualiy grim appearances Nof the
floor msnagers constantly on the
prowl for skulduggery, there is a
spiri, of relaxation. There are
swimming pools, golf courses and
tehnis'.courrs.'Tne take-it-easy at at-titude
titude at-titude communicates. Itself, to al
most everything it touches. It .is
fun-time, every hour, on the hour.
The hsve-s-bsll philosophy is pa pa-ra
ra pa-ra mount.. '. .;,,
.iS-:''';'V,i--'7,'-?l' '"; ?t:-U V'-yXC:'-
' And so,' the gambling and'gaye and'gaye-ty
ty and'gaye-ty continue. Some are lured hcr
to fill vacant hours with expensive
holhihgs Snd find consolation in
shartag their emptiness. The hoop
la crams joynts and casinos with
more people .than .celebrities. Mr.
ano Mrs. Average tourists par.
ticiDatins in the wingding. Gen.
erally the experience Is an sdven sdven-ture
ture sdven-ture and the excitement has an
electric duality. A wonderful spi
rit ofr sociality is created. Of
course,, the carnival has its cla clamorous
morous clamorous aspects and there are some
bores and drunks. These, however,
are minor pitfalls in the general
merriment. There is nothing more
infectious than joy or more im
pressive than happy folks. This is
Las Vegas the gloripus realm
of Riskabuckr tiled by- a Queen
called Lady Luck.

ROME- When the late' Prem.
ier Alcioe de, Gaspci'i,.- Am,jiore
l anlam and okers oreamd tne
turisaiin iemocraiic rany in the
uim post-war ny -wneu naiy
was emersmg ironi Mussolini rule
and Nazi occupation, ihey enueav.
ored to put Cnriaiian pruiciples to
wont in oracacab politics. -,Un the
whole, the Christian Democrats
have done a remarkable- job.
But, though they have puolicly
proclaimea separation of. churcn
and state, their qriucs maintain
the Cnrisiian democrats are air air-Acted
Acted air-Acted .rom the Vatican anu inis
lias become :the biggest issue Jn
the forthcoming vitauy important
nalian e ection. r

To some- extent, the future of
the American alliance with. Italy
depends on this delicate, passioo passioo-ately
ately passioo-ately debated Issue, v
Most Italians want to be chris.
teneu by tie church, i married in
church, and buried by the ihurch.
but on1 election day uiey want the
cnurch to stay out of politics,
This chui'cu-state lsut. has be.
come so fiercely debated by some
tnat the newspaper' fcspresu',
loundea by Truces Caroccillo,
waose mower came irom iNew Or Or-leans
leans Or-leans and grandmother irom Cin.
cinnati, has built up a projtabe
circulation by following an anti-
clerical editorial policy. Last year
kspresio made a profit of 150,000,,
00a lire. .-- .-
The church-state' issu came xo
a head when Maiiro Bellandi of
Pratd, a lormer Communist, pub.
lisbed a civil notice of intent to
marry. This meant that be would
marry outside; the church.
Bellandi's priest. Rev. Danilo Ai.
azzi, then denounced him from the
DulDit. which is a routine Droce.
aure. J.,:-:,; i-.;;,;.;
. ANTI.CLI RICALX,R EACTION ;
(' -'V
The Bishop of Prato,- the Most
Rev. Pietto Fiordelli, went furth.
er and wrote a letter to the priest
accusing Bellandi of "concubin.
age.'. -.
' Ordinarily this would be read
from the pulpit and posted on the
church door but in this case it
was sent in the church : paper
through the mails. t u,
Simijltaneously the, local banks
ca led in Bellandi's loans: and he
was forced to close his small busi.
ness employing about 40 people.
This caused such 'anticlerical
reaction that a public fund was
started In Bellandi's defense and
two anti-clerics underwrote .his
business for 500,000 lire.
Bellandi brought a charge ? of
crimina'' libel against the bishdn.
Shortly before the trial the presid presid-ing
ing presid-ing judge, a liberal, was promoted
ip-what the Christian 'Democrsts'
iiHIi r.nnn.f.i -rit.- ...
in attemDt bv them-to influene
the outcome o' the'c'Sse.? m.
In his place 'was. '"appointed a
strong member' of the Christian
Dertiocratic Party.' At' the final
trial, -however, he1 held with ; his
two colleagues that the bishop was
gui ty of criminal defamation of
charscter.'--'.--".---1:. V'1?-. '-( ?5-..
'i The court's decision would have
been an important Sid to the Chris,"
tian Democratas In refuting the
charge of links between them and
the Vatican had it not' been for
four additional developments. -.
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1, 'The Vatican p-rnmmiini.t.t

the-three' juages,- tu ...public pro
secutor ana everyone connected
witu -lue-trial. This is Ihe. severest
punishment the church- can give
and such drastic action had not
occurred since the eon hot hp.
Iween the churchand Aiusaolihi .n
1931.0 :It gave newi ammunition to
the? anti.clencs. .-,., t.
.27 Espresso Dublishert riotniU nf
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cuse tUey are papal ambassadors;
aiso uiai financv Minister Andru
oii Withheld then names irom the
1st of those getting tax exemption,
publication of which is required by
law-. Andriotii admitted Mithhold.
mg weir .names, une nephew,'
Mark. Antonio Pacelli.'is extreme,
ly wealthy, owning one of Rome's
water companies and having a
reputed income of $730,uOO -.
3. ) Roger Peyrefitte,', : French French-writer
writer French-writer and iormer diplomat, wrote
a series o articles in Paese Sera,
pro.C'ommunist newspaper, attack,
ing the Vatican. The Vatican then
initiated charges against Pt refit,
te through the Itahan courts. He
was indicted and tow awaits trial.
4. ) At this point Guidot Carli,
Minister of Foreign Trade, wrote
a strong letter supporting his
friend Peyreiftte and simultaneous."
jy offering to resign from the Cabi.
net. His resignation was not ac.
cepted. f - -t
AUTHORITATIVE V1EVV
To get the view .o the most au,
thoritative political leader in Ita.
ly on this fluestionI visited Fan:
f ani, Secretary of the Christian
juur-goal is a catholic party
completely divorced from the Ca.
tholic Church, he said. "We are
patterning our policies after Aden.'
auer's in West Germadv" S. ereat
Catholic who has. kept his gwer-
ment completely divorced irom
the church."-
Fanfani could haw gone furth-
r mrl nninfA1 Anf fkf im lit.
'a Kvinibu vuv viiatt uuur;i wid
Christian Democrats' Ita'y' ih a s
changed a long 'custom of requir
ing children of divorced parents
to write "father uflknown". a ter
their names;
From other sources'. ; I learned
that the late 'Samuel:. -Cardinal
Stritch gave Fanfani vigorous sup support
port support in his stand for division'- qf
church and state. --..,
"Don't let the Vatican push, you
tround." the American Cardinal
fold the Italian leader;; PeoTlf in
ttiicajo used. to tome arid'isk ime
'or political fdvce. I ha.d bfit'rep.
p: 'Do yout'.wish.tcr mskeacon.
ifession?', "n,i," j
' Regard'ess of the church-sate
argument, "my own "Observstfons
here are that the Christian Pern
ecrats havevdon amtcamszing,. job
of "; rebuilding ataly from war.
weary nation "to. one oX-the nost
progressivs-in all furppf. t
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' io tooth th ind.Aof mttviegoirs
lift" t butnp op of tclemiiic

flicfii-and you mignv a wu

and enjoy them, Monsters, hM hM-Lnstertf
Lnstertf hM-Lnstertf nd; U son of space
creeps, are .invading big
screens. ,lv '
screens.

50 Ft. Woman Meets the Colossfus

of New Yorltl Objest I don't Know
what. i'i-v-'f-i'-'V'
Yes, ma'am, money ian't ; the
only thing you'll need to see movies
this summer in Holy wood's great greatest
est greatest shock wave. You'll have to have
nerve, too.
Nightmares can be movie ; plots
in this mad electronic age; and I
guess Producers William Castle
and Robb White have the right
Idea. They are providing all movie moviegoers
goers moviegoers with: $1,000 "death by fright'
insurance policies for their fingers,
nail bierrMacabre'::'i:icv

'. ."FftlGHt',' INSURANCE may

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TiU fcher (?)rf,a Bew2oiwrerni4is mosvpmrflw
tW-wJwT Xcienific"-hatr Us a mad scientist,; who;: creates

raiser titled "Th Fly

whn RIlC-

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- Lee Downer of Tucson- writes,
"Here is a' hand that enes out for
play by. South at either three or
six no-trump,, yet in ourduplicate
game most, people wound up at
some heart contract The queen

of clubs was opened and the del.

ense would gather in the first two

tricKsi wnereupon declarer wouia
m a Ir art lltA K q I q nttt ' "':'. 1

'"I was playine with a beeinner

and leaped to three no-trump af.
ter his heart response. He passed
and West opened the five of spacT.
es. I won with the jack and play,
ed the king of hearts. Both oppon opponents
ents opponents followed, so I cashed the ace
and king of spades and ran dum,
my's hearts. .'.
"My first two,discards on the

hearts were the nine ,and. jack of
diamonds and my next three
were the five f clubs, nine' of
spades and king o fclubsi West let
three diamonds go somewhere a.
long the line and East discarded
two of them. I led 'the deuce '.of
diamonds from d u m m y and
when East played the seven I de.

elded that West could not be hold,
ing the blank king. I took the diam.
ond finesse and made a grand

slam. Since no one had bid the no.
trump slam or made all 13 tricks,
I had a nice top.",;, 1 t
The play was excellent, The
bidding when partnered by a be.
ginner was normal.
The correct bidding schould
have been one diamond, one
hearty two spades, three hearts,

LT. GEN. RIDGLEY GAITHER, right, commander In chle! of
the Caribbean I Command, receiyfs the;c"rest which, makes him
an honorary graduate 'of the United States Army Caribbean
School, from Col. Olnes Perez, commandant of the Fort Gullck:
.School. 'Oalther received, this, award when iie recently visited :
'the schwl's'lnstructlonal departments v

SOMETHING SENSATIONAL

Never seen before

, ; Great Closing
Sale at
ivioms
COLON STORE

' v. ai widon. who uc

molecular 'compohents, ';
tag them through the air and tton
restoring hem to-1 their; original
Worrible' fate ensn(res
jeieAwic "hero". When he- trie'
to send Mmse through space,

linnseflT gets mixeu uj-i -r
SbationwUh'theheadrf

1 BUT A 'MAN with tbe head .of
' j..- .-ma ? Hollywood

science-fictioir mv

r it',' 4 T shudder-time for "At-
,nd rndeVremanty- Sffit-.
' .ne. hap2: ? Ji voung woman

nurVed-b. F&2Ll

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from

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, ,iri aitiM. r- ,,. ne

inonster from amiu. v --v t
' rf an. advance guard of .ldec".
;i characters plotting to con con-'
' con-' nuer earth. j

? with the brain of a c.ent

. filled in n utf accident, ne
I berU in New Jork and L the a
. things are gomg.rl m row jw

, : : j h.im a iruucu

, wood snpuiu w'"--'

Lhlfhnman .monsters, i

"The Thing That Couldn't, pie
a iiarH VipiH. diisf from a be-

twitched crave. : makes a ; w in

tfsirrh fnr th rest of his body.

No, Myrtle the .film's iheme song
will not be. "I Ain't Got Nobody".

, 'Queen of. the 1 universe ; ?
ir.Tthmon land on Venus, a nlanet

ruled by masked woman wno

turns out ;to he a norriDiy scaireu
uict.im nf i atbm-ravs.. Ijturie Mit-

rhn ni v i th 'title roll, but Zsa

r- .... l-

ZSa Gabor- wouion t you suu

there would be a Gabor.on enus enus-iwit.
iwit. enus-iwit. thm tit! after helping the

aerthmen nip a plot to destroy the

sarth. Whether Conrad Hilon men

opens an hotel on enus, i aon v

.Sf;.. M Tr.eia' and "Re'

tr f Dracula' Blood-letting all

over the piace wm we u""y

film In LIVINtt color tor mai reu

"Monster In the Night"r--A scien

tist does the Jekyll-nyae o- man
to prehistoric -monster toyman a a-gain
gain a-gain after being exposed to the

blood of a prehistoric lisn..
4-29-58. J .-4v;-
VISIT SOVIET PLANTS

LONDON (UPIJ A delegation

of American iron ana rswei
rt. visited the metallurgical

steel works In Moscow yesterday
and saw a plant at Chelyabinsk,
Radio Moscow said. Delegation
iori Tdward Rverson was quot.

ed as saying the Soviet steel in
dustry's progress f "is -tremendou
if one take into account the short
space: of time in which it has been

built up."

HEAT KILLS M
, CALCUTTA,' India (UPI) At
least 26 persons have died in the
heat wave which has gripped east
Indian states of West Bengal, Be Be-har
har Be-har and Orissa,: It. was reported
yesterday. Temperature, of ,up- to
115 degrees were reported in
some areas.

three, no-trump, pass,

worth does hold a seven-card

suit but he should not insist on it.
If a slam is bid -South should put
it in no-trump in any -event, since

ne is looking at that klng-small of
clubs and should realize the dang.

er oi a c4uo ieaa at hearts.

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Q-The bidding has beeni
South : West ; North East

14 Double Redbl. 2 V 1

3 A Pats ,.!;; 44a Pas
4'4f".?lt pass
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You, South, hold: t
;AKttli Kt4 4JI4i
What do .you do?
; A Past, Seveu it eart of (he
flVMATn QUESTION
' The bidding hai been: '.
- Nerth vfc East ; ., Soaitli 4 West"
14 -Pass 1 Pass
aN.T.:';;'!Past:r;:t?,,;
.' You, South, hold:
4AKSSS VS4I S7I 4,11
What do you do? i
i -Answer Temorrow

GET RESEARCH GRANT

NEW HAVEN," Conn. (UPI)

Yale University announced yester
day its Cowles Foundation for re.

search in economics has receiv.

ed a S3104W0 grant from the Roc.
kefeller Foundation. The five-year
grant will go for: ther support of
studies in household economic be.

havior, economic forecasting and

production emciency.

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REDS' SHELL QUEMOY
TAIPEI. Formosa (UPD-Com-munist'
Chinese artillery fired 194
shells on the Nationa'ist Chinese
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day night, the'Nationalist defense
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ualties. casualties. , '

; BIRTHQA f OR, RADAR, ,
S MOSCOW (UPIWrhe Soviet
1 Communist i Party Tuesday sent
j' congratulations ,to 1 ; Hungarian
; Communist Party yesterday sent
; dar on his 46tH birthday,
? PLUNGE KILLS TWO
MURORAN, Japan (UPI) A
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COfe AND MRS.. NORMAN H. WILEY FETED AT DESPED1DA
GlYJN BY GORGAS HOSPITAL STAFF AT QtiARRY HEIGHTS

Norjnan" H. Wiley, Supt. of Gorgas Hospital, and

wile were honored euests at a cocniau nuuei.

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Mrs.

bj. the

Hey were honored guests at a cocniau nunc
Staff of the hospital Monday evening at the Quarry.

Eurhts Officers Club; A m'
ol Wiley Is retiring after more than 30 years of serv serv-ici.
ici. serv-ici. They will make, their home In Pennsylvania.

Rt1 Samml W.ld.n
n.jiul Ac Priest

The Rev. Samuel Waldea was

raised"! the priesthood ii r a serv service
ice service pf ordination held aUhtCath aUhtCath-'
' aUhtCath-' nf sr.-Luke--Ancon.! on tat-

j-, u.tf ? at which the Rt.

V; E &W Gooden, Bishop of -the
Panama Canal .Zone officiated.
A.ciltintr t the service were the

. KevJ John H. 4Townsend,eecuH

ive- secrerary. wno pre'"c

Baldwin, who preached the serrrU

n: ;Kv. reier runn. ---
b-' wi?r Webster and Rev.

John Spalding who;read the Epist-j

le and BiaKe, jjisnopi yiHW",
Haves, master of

ceremonies; Servers were Rev.
;-nt snH Rev. John Spear; Ah

Craswell: Cru-

' F : Millard and Carl

a..rfinV,ApilvtM. Richard Sexton

. and Roarfc Suromerford; Ushers
wnntor and George Full-

- wt-in Mr Handel 1 L aw S 0 n Of

, (
the. Organist. -

Following the Bervice Rev. and

. Un Walilsn entertiained mem-

w. ni th clerev and their, wives

t hinrhenn at the Tivoli Guest

TinnM nrpnaratorv to leaving for

. (Bogota, where; they will reside

VMttan In States 1 t.

Vn Oltra Lsrienadier and her

mdtherv Mr. Modesta Arcia left
hy plane Sunday morning for New
rrian. La., where they will

anend their vacation. Mrs. Leign

eraduation Of William F. PalmtT

III, at Harvard. ; m j

Rtturns rlomt

The Ven. Archdeacon Edward
J. Cooper returned by plane on
Friday afternoon to his home )n
Guatemala. During his visit here.
Father .Cooper was the house
guest of Dr. and Mrs. Vern Pricf
of Marearita and assisted at the

m

will be Miss Helen Nita, retufng
w oriny Aavisor. The g u e s I
speaker will be The Very Bistwp
herDert "Gooden.
A reception will be held in the
banquet nail following the installs-,
tion ceremony. Parents and
friends of Rainbow are invited.
V (CONTINUED ON PAGE FIVE)

She" was a goodjooking woman,
the Dartv was in her honor, and

all sne had to do to make a good
imoression was relax and let those

who ha'd come to meet her fee'

hv won. mwtmg a new friend

weddine of their daughter, Inga, .- Instead.' she started talking in

to Capt. James H. Wallace.

ShtiU Snydr To B Installed
Worthy Advisor,. Rainbow Asstm Asstm-bly.
bly. Asstm-bly. v.
Miss Sheila Snyder wiUxbe in
stalled as Worthy Advisor of Pe

dro Miguel Assembly No. S, Order

of Rainbow for uiris at installa

tion services at the Ancon Masonic

Temnle in Ancon Saturday even

ing at 7:30. The installing officer

Program To Honor
Albert E. Bell
At Paraiso School
Arrangements have been com
Dieted tor the holding ot the ids

timimial program in honor of Al

bert b. Beit, a weu-Known journ journalist,
alist, journalist, yeligious and Iraternal work worker,
er, worker, who expects to leave shoruy
for his home in Jamaica.
The program will be held in the

music hall of the raraiso Hign

aHir dauehter. Irma.. accomachooi on jriaay mgnt, Degmning

panied them and will go On to ; precisely at 6:30. The public is in.
Cambridge, Mass. to attend thevited to attend. :,

SUMMER REGISTRATION
;TEENAGERS & PRETEENS

FOR DANCE CLASS JUNE 7 -' .'

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SATURDAY 91 2, BALBOA YMCA

; 'AUDITORIUM

24 Half Hour Lessons-12.00
, f rnchidino; Jamboree Party -'

IIARNETT & DUNN

BALBOA 2-4239

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a' positive not "I think" but 4 1

know" voice and "never stopped

talking' long enough for anyone

else: to get in more'than a sen

tence. v.. y 'r r "!"

. First she gave herself a perso

nal ; buildup by a not-to-sumie

dragging' in of the names of im

portant people, a background of

money and so on.

And then she started in to give

an "expert s opinion on one topic

after another The fact that her
"exper" opinion was sometimes
given to an honest-to-goodness ex
pert n the subject under dicus dicus-sion
sion dicus-sion t'dn't bother her at all. s i
. She was too busy sounding off
to learn anything, too busy talking
to listen, j too busy trying to im
press others to give anyone a
chance to impress her. p" ;
"One by one shelost her "audi

ence" but she still held forth, as
long as there was anyone around
to make a. pretense of listening.
, You doh't meet many women
like her fortunately .JBut" any

woman can learn a lesson 'from

such overpowering know-it-all wo women;
men; women; -. i: '-'v.
. And' that is, that it Is a stupid

woman indeed who insists, on do
ing all the talking. No woman im.
pressed others favorably unless she
gives them a little chance to im impress
press impress her in turn.

PREPARING EXHIBIT Indian relics from the pre-Colombian era will be displayed at 7:30.
pjn. 'tonight In the Fort Clayton service club by Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Turner of Balboa. The
Turners, both chatter members of. the Archeo'ogical Society of Panama, will exhibit some of
the authentic Indian fin3 from the Chiriqul u-ea. (US Army Photo) ; :

Pioneers -OB
- v ;. ... x .. ...v v. X,-.--.-. .,, .

"10NDON,: May 28 OBIS) AuS
31, 1785, an English balloonist
named Arnold prepared to take
oil front London ,Nto .drop his as.
sistant, Appleby,: by" parachute.
This would have made a good bo bo-ginning
ginning bo-ginning for the. history of British
parachuting, but unfortunalely the
bold experiment came. to a un unhappy
happy unhappy end. t

There was somesort of accld-

this design and so reduce the viol-jchute that could be folded into i
ence ot uie osciilatipni: Iwas Unpack was designed first bv Fan

Until Ihe summer of 837, that vtht-i ni of Italy or Baldwin of the Unit-
80 years old inventor was carried! ed, States, but there is no doubt

aioii; beneath the huge Royal Vaux that a folded parachu.e. the fain

haH Nassau. Balloon, seated .ous "Guardian Angel" designed

me smau oasicet ot ine paracnuitf ana manuiacturea by verard R.
that had been; his dream for so Calthrop, was a very important U U-long.iThe
long.iThe U-long.iThe parachute' was in tue hlted Kingdom contribution to the

form of a large mverted cone, science at the time of the first

NOTICE TO MY PUPILS

,BOTH OLD AND NEW

7

i MAKE THr MOST OF YOtR SUMMER TACATION

JOIN ONE OF THE MANY CLASSES TAUGHT.'

AT THE BALBOA YMCA BY

DOROTHY CtiASB

. Eight weeks of fun and opportunity for all ages
. during- June and July include:
Ballet, Tap, Toe, Baby Classes, Tumbling for Boys and
' Rhythmic Exercises for Women.
Registrations open May 28 and 29 frbm lit p.m.
at Residence 7-44 Las Cruces St: Balboa. t v:':'
"t-For further info Ination call Balboa 1751.

' MAK FDtrwne

et during take-off, in which Ap--

pleby and another member of the
crew fell from the balloon basket.

The balloon, relieved .of the great

er part of. its load, shot into,the

air, later depositing Arnoia iinnun

in the Rivir Thames., uyi'-'r-t'--

This emsode appears to nave

damped the enthusiasm of the few

people then interested in parachut

ing, and so it wasnat a frencn-

man, Andre tiarnenn, maae inu
first parachute descent in Britain

in the year 1802. swinging violent violently
ly violently in his small basket beneat 2, 2,-690
690 2,-690 square feet of fabric, he land

ed safely and was immediately

SICK. .j:'.- -.,,.'.;.:.-.-.) "i:,..

Present at uusv demonstration

was a young man caiiea itoDeri

Cocking, He noted the shape ; of

Garnerin s equipment rathor

like an inverted tea cup and de

cided that he could. Improve, on' a.s to .whether the non-rigid, para-J

"When we. invite them to our
house, they always seem delighted

to come. But they never invite us

to their house", one woman said
about a couple she and her husb husband
and husband both like. Anyone who accepts

invitations and hospitality it ex
Mcteri to reoav it. v,

No one will' continue for, long to

invite a couple, however charming,
to their home if the hospitality is

never returned. y h

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night'.' ""goodnight'.' t his companions in the
basket of the balloon -'aboe him
and released his apparatus. A iw
seconds latet he lay dying in a
Ken.ish field amid tha splintered
wood' afid, blood-stained fabric of
his strange, invention. ;,,:!
nr the winter, oM833; in spite of
oppoiiliort voiced' in the i P r e s s,

John Hampton climbed into tlio

basket of an lumbre'la-like para

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whalebone. ;This .parachute is re

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during the descent, and the para

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World War.

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It wag not until 1933 that .an

Englishman. now Sir : Raymond

Quitter, opened a nrachute facto

ry, the C.Q, P vachute Co.v; Ltdi,

tnat coma realty compete wit h
Irvinj. At .that time, as nowv his'

works manager was J. Gregory.

who had started experimental

wor on parachutes as far back,

as 191' with, the BeyarjAu" Force.
The 1939-45- war broheht with it

the rapid development of British
parachuting equipment, and the

birth of ,the Parachute Regiment

It was during this period that G.

Q. Parachute Co. Ltd. designed the

tampus A-lype 'parachute system

tor, dropping troops. This para

chute was produced in immense

numbers and had the best accid

ent-free record of any parachute
in the world. The war years great

ly accelerated the development of

high speed aircraft to a point

where escape in an emergency by

conventional parachuting methods

was becoming impossible.: ?

James,, Martin, ,i chief designer
and managing director of the Mar-

un.oaKer Aircraii l.o. uia.; wck
led this problem with such deter.

mination that in 1946 .he was able

to announce that one of his engi
neers, Bernard Lych, had es

cape"d successfully from' a jet' air

craft using the first Martin-iBaker
explosive operated. 1 pilot ejector

seat. t

He ended, unhurt, by parac.ute

Martin threw the design and pro

duction facilities of his company

so throughly imo the battle for

pilot-safety, that now. in 1958, his

ejector seats with their special

parachute equipment are used by

28 nations. I 1

There remained, the problem of

survival after escape from air

craft flying at very high altitude

where opening a prachute imme

diately, would probably result in

destruction of the equipment clue

to high shock loads or, it the e

quipment worked, death from inr

oxia and frostbite. v ?
' Irving and G.Q. started imme.
diately after the war to develop

barometric parachute releases that

would open a man s parachute au

tomaticaliy after a long free fall,

This would enable the user U des

cend quickly to a pre-set anitude

where the air was warm and where

he would be able to breathe. ;

. For several years, Irving and
G.Q.. in collaboration with the U U-fiited
fiited U-fiited Kingdom Ministry of Supply
and the Royal Air Force Institute
of Aviation Medicine, made steady
progress in improving the efficien.
cy of iheir emiipment. I
Civil parachuting activity ; in

Britain was limited to no more

than a dozen or so parachutists im im-til
til im-til two years ago, when the Brit British
ish British Parachute Club was formed.
Expanding cautiously, wi.h v the
main effort directed Mo training

instructors, this club now has 8i

jumping members and is equipped
with the latest steerable parachut parachutes
es parachutes designed by G.Q. There is a

very long waiting lis. of people

who wish to take up what is,1 for
Britain, a new sport.
" 1 x 1 1,1 ',
Commy Workers
Postpone .Outing ;
To Penonome; I

A large roup o. canal em employes
ployes employes en route to the United
a.aies-on iummer vacation were

iisl.eu amu.ijj ;:ie l'j pMsseUier
scneau ed to sail today at 1 pm.
lor .New York irom Cristobal a a-board
board a-board the Panama liner Ancon

mere are no passengers booxea

tor ort-au-fnuce liaui.

Among the passengers listed for

New Y. oik are xr. l r v 1 n g i.

Sirumpt, chiet of tne Obsteuical

anu.liYueioiogy Clinic ai Uorgas
hospital wito Airs, btrumpt and

aieir. daugaier.
Tne compleie advance, sailing
liii lor iew Yoric totiowt':
; Air. anu Mrs. Kodoi Balcer
anu son Mr. and Mrs. William
In. Bass and tour chiaren; He.
lene Bernhardt: John i'. iiertone:

Mr. anu Mrs. William Biliennan

and daughter; '. Mrs Cora Bilier.
man: Mr. and 1 Mrs. Kooert J.

Blair ana tnree cmlaren Mr. and

Mrs. John S.' Blasko Julia -t.
Bruikrejr ( June a. iirinkiey Mr,

and Mrs. James E. tJryant and

two cnildreu .Mr. and Mrs.. Al.
tred Bueschel :
Mr. anu Mrs. Charles. W. Car.
den and son Mrs. Helen J. Clan

cy ana two children Mrs. Anne
u. Cope and two cniiaren Mrs.
ituth v. Demon and two 'dniluren

Mr. and Mrs,- iNeil A. Doneriy
and three children Mr. and Mrc.
J.- C. Oyer ano two ciulurea Mr,
and ? Mrs. Leo J. ; Kberens : a n.d

iour- cniiaren, Luis Jicneverna;

wir. anu Mrs. Rodney si. Ely and
uaugiUer miss -Miriam' t arrell

iir. anu Mrs. John u FUhburne-

and uaugnter Mr. anu Mrs. Jonn
vv. (iaiei and two cniiaren Mrs.
Margarua Grimm and daughter,
anu mx. and Mrs.- timer p, ilar.
nson and tnee cniluren.
I Maj. Gen. ana jsus. t'homas L.
Harrold and daughter Mrs. &
J, Harrold; Mr. and Mrs. iialvm
S. Heilman and two -children;
Mr", and Mrs. Albert Hendricks
and three children;- Mr. and Mrs,
William I. Hollowell and two chil chil-dren;
dren; chil-dren; Mr., and Mrs. Philip R.
Houghton and two children; Mr.
and Mrs.' Joseph E. Irving -; and
S0n;:i'Hi'''h:f -"f -v.V-l
C audio Jimenez; Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert G. Kelly and live daugh.
ters; Sam' Liebowitz; Miss Mar.

gery Lynch; Norman H. McCau.
ley and son; Mr. and Mrs. James

u. MacLean and. son; Mr. ana
Mrs. James G. E. Maguire and

two children; Mr. and Mrs. R. G.

Matthews; Mrs. A Wayne Mer.
riart Mr and Mrs. Henri; '.E.
Moehrke and son Ernest J. Mur.

zio; Milton. L. Nash and Mr. and

Mrs,- Jack Pearson and daughter,

Mr. ano Mrs. ira itewiszer

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas .C. Robert.

son a"nd two children; Mr, and
Mrs; :Frarik i? Russell ni t wo

crandtlauehterf. Mrs. Susanna

Scheidegg and son; Mrs. Patricfa

Sheridan and four 1 1 ;lfiren;. How-

ard, H. Sprague auU Jwo tluldren;

Mr. and Mrs. i John Mepnen

son ;and two children; Dr. and

Mrs.- Irving j..." btrumpt and

daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Paul

Swilt and three children;,

Mrs.? Catherine W. aylor and

daughter! Mr. and -Mrs. Roswell

J, Tobin, and three children;. Mr.

ana Mrs. Joseph tuner and
two children and Mr. rand Mrs

Harlan Ct- Wagner, Jr.

the

John J. Barion, chirf of

Procurement Division in the New

V ark Operations, is isied aniorj
the 47 passengers scheuultu la
sal ironi New i'orK toaiotro
for Cris.obal aboard ihe jnaiiu
liner Cristooal. Tnere are aiso 11
passengers booked 10 sail on the
cklrt (a. ... ,. :i.

uiy iuj i wv-u.r mite, iiaui.

the compleie advance apssen..

ger ast lor Cristobal lollows:

Mrs. Leslie Aescnliman: i .

Josetita Arias; John J. Barirtn:

Sergio E. Betancourt; Mi.--and.
Mr. Paul Cave: air. .Josenh i.

Clemmons, 111; Mrs. Shirley E.'
Clymer; miss Qeralaine Corse
Mr. and Mrs. Leonidai Ctilides;
Miss Judith' M. Crosby
. Mr.and Mrs. William R. Dunnin
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn T. Dve; Miss.
Judith E. Engelke; Mrs. Vers li

tsKUdsen; Mjss. Jennie Flieeel..'

man; Mr. and Mrs. G. R. finm

aer; Brack G. Hattler, Jr.jlMrs.-
Edith Jamieson; Miss Juanita'N.
Jjnes Mr. jind Mrs. Jack Kap. -"an;
and Mr. and Mrs. 'Alfred
Kitchen. .
vMrs. Marina Labiaux; Mrs.
Kathenne E. Melanson and two
children; Miss Irene T. M r k, -Mrs.
Amy Nation; Miss Margaret
M. O'Connell; Miss Carol Peran.
tie; Mrs. Katherine F, Quinzada;
Frank J, Raymond; Mr. and
Mrs. Charles P. Shay: Robert' J.
Sieler; ; Mrs. Jessie Trock; Juart
Miguel Valdes; Mr. and Mrs. Rob.
ert Van Wagner; Miss Margaret
E. .Wiggin and George Jt. Wills.

IIon-Agircjskn Peel

Asked As Rtjsb''"

Troopj Pi:!! 0:t ; v

MOSCOW' (UPD-The Soviet-

Union "today ounled another !e-: r

man lor art Esst-west rion-ag-gression
pact with 1 an "annoji,e-

met that it is withdrawing It

troops from Romania. '

The doublerbarreled move came --

m a communique issued bv the

eight Communis nations-of 'l-e-

Warsaw Pact after their meeting

in Moscow last, week. -The War.
sawr Pact is the Communist' bloc's

coi'iter-part of NATO. .- .

The communique and an ae-.4

eomoahvin? soeech bv 'Premi'f

Nikita S.' Khrushchey jt'fere made

ayu vi ij vnmjk t- l

ihe communique said the part
powers RusSia. Albania: Bulffa-'

ria, Czechoslovakia 0 Polahd, Ro-
Manie t7ael fliwk t mnA tin it. ;

ixiMiiasji, -xvfls.a't' uei iuruj hhu -iiuii-
gary'-will cut their armed forces
by 419,000 men in 1958.
This included a slash of 300,001
men the Soviets already have -announced.
' -' ;
- It did not say how .many Red
army troops were stationed in
Romania, -i
At ,the same timrthe ;eommii ;eommii-nique
nique ;eommii-nique said,. "The" conference pro proposes
poses proposes the conclusion of a tM tM-aggression
aggression tM-aggression pact between the War Warsaw'
saw' Warsaw' Treaty and the NATO coun countries.",
tries.", countries.", It said a start oh this,
could be made before a summit
conference;. "j;:-:.

Qubte Unquote

TUNIS;' President Habib Bour' Bour'-guiba
guiba Bour'-guiba commenting on taking his
country's trouble with France to
the United Nations:', v
!'In the face of this' situation we
have decided on recourse to the
Security Council. The ; United
States and Britain will' be forced
to take a stand."

SAN 5 FRANCISCO: Army See

retary Wilber M. Brucker on te

space race with Russia; : r

"There is nothing the Soviets

can do that our people can not do
just as well and better,"
, DETROIT: United Auto Work Workers
ers Workers President Walter Reuther

commenting on contract1 talks

with the major auto companies:

. 41 me companies- reiuse io ex extend
tend extend the contracts, we'll go to
work without a contract."

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DILIVBR TRANSPORT PLANE
SANTA MONICA, Calif. (UPIV-
Quglas Aircraft Co; Inc. has de-'
livered, the first DC6A transport
purchase) by the Belgian air
force. It was the first such trans

port sold to a foreign military

service. - -

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, of Cutex Itjriflg hpmck to (
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An outing to Penonome which
had been planned by the Pacific

Commissary Employes Social and

Sporting Llub for Memorial Day

has been postponed, it was an
nounced today.

Tickets already purchased will
be honored for a new outing -whlrh
will be set for a later date, the an announcement
nouncement announcement said. ."' I

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MEETINGS -V -.
K. ed C. Council No. 1M9
Wilt Nominate Officort
- There will be a nomination hi

officers at the regular meeting of

Cristobal Council No. 1689 Knights

ANNOUNCE EXPORT PLAN
COLOGNE, Germany (UPI)
The German Ford automobile
works has announced plans to ex.
port the first 500 of its small
cars to the United States "this
year. ,,v.;., v-

CONSISTENT GOLFERS 1
HONOLULU (UPI)Ted Maka.
lena finished first in oualifvinsr

rounds for the U.S. Open Golf

tournament yesterday with a score
of 147 for 36 holes; Jimmy Ukah Ukah-ka
ka Ukah-ka was second with 148. The men
had finished in that! order, with
identical scores, in last year's tour tour-lament
lament tour-lament qualifier.

of Columbus this evening at 7:30

at the Knight's Jlome in Margari Margarita.',
ta.', Margarita.', .-, ,v
E. S. WaM Auxiliary'
Maatt Tonioht '

The Elbert S. Waid Unit No. 2,

American Legion Auxiliary will

meet this evening at 7:30 p.m. in

the Legion Hall. The new presid

ent, Mrs. Ida Mcuaae wiu pres

ide.

CHURCHILL HONORED

JERUSALEM, Israeli Sector
(UPlJ An auditorium named in
honor of Sir Winston Churchill
wi'l be dedicated .today at

Haifa Technological Institute.
Sarah Churchill, the British
statesman's actress .daughter, will
represent her father at the cere.

monies. The auditorium was

erected with funds donated by

Britons.'

'DwrTTMiXAltY TEST Col. Robert W. Garrett, commanding officer of the 1st Battle Group, 20th. Infantry, Fort Kpbbe,
TpsN ut a oair of scissors before a ribbon cutting ceremony at the new Rank and File club.. The sergeant whose tie is
lhot to i be .-shortened Is MSgt. Barney Toms, club steward. Looking on during the tie-snipping ceremony are Mrs. Toms,
f,left nd Sgt. Carson I. Cassidy, center,-(U.S. Army Photo by Pfc. Desiderio) ' :

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Do:J Plot's Slory
01 S. America Trip

Will Be

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' NEW YORK (UPD-" A New
ir nnWichitis firm said : today

v It is going ahead-with plans to
- nut .together and publish a book
proposed to it by pilot Constan.
. tine rlokenes afew days before
he- died ia a-Plane crash last

wee. ; k, , , i
I yj6hri Star, an Mitoi oTthe trade
book department of McGraw-Hill,
said' arrangements already -have
been made for? Booston 8Herndon,
of. Charlottesville Va.f to "write
-the story rf-tte.jS,000 mJ
plane trip around South' America
just .completed by Kokenes, his
. wife and, thW 5-year-old .m. -a,
The boy drowned with his fattier
wheA .their plarfe plunged mto a
river in South Carolina. Mrs. Ko-

Starr" fajd 7 contracts ; for the

1 WriUilK nave J-,
cause,,of,Mrs.Kokenes' condition
the nroposed; publishing tatfaiige.
Sm blfcompleter shortly.
' 7 The, Kokenes, iamily, of St. -Pet-
idea, with "thousands of Pictures
. to the publishing hoUse about two
1 weeks ago, Starr said; and we
' fell in Tove'wiftTntTan incred.
- f ff ';
-Ht'Wd Koikes had" sWied off
at Charlpttesvillfc;, 0 .his Vay
home toTFlorida anf discussed
, th wHhe$ndM K ...
, ., Mrs. Kokenes ijp presently with
a sister in Charleston, S.C., Starr
Said, but Siexpeoted to come to
New York within a few weeks.
" He-said the bodlc' U tentatively
" 'titled: "Goodbye1 My Eagles.'-'
Accord Reached
On l!;e's Embattled

Foreign Trcds Bill

WASHINGTON (UPJX: Friends

fdes- of President Eisenhower's
embattled foreign tride bill a a-greed
greed a-greed jesterday on the conditions
under which the issue will be
fought,-out .-m. the House floor
next week.
The action" came as Pemocrattc
leaders .and administration offi-
cials were reported, to have made
new -concessions .to congressmen
seeking additional protection 1 for
, domestic industries against for for-4
4 for-4 Kign imports. 1
v Although the concession: was de-

tigned to woo the votes 01 law lawmakers
makers lawmakers 'ffofft Western mining
- states and the oil producing
Southwest, it would not meet
tome demands, for import quotas
. ,on foreign oil, leaH, sine, copper,
( acid-grade fluorspar and tungsten.
The concession would However,
require the President to consider
'the well-being" vi domestic indus industries
tries industries vital to national security in

' deciding whether to Impose

quotas on. iorergn import s. Jt
would specify that exploration and
development of such industries
( Under the "agreement, the House
! ill thoose between!, v

The President's proposal to

v extend the jReciprocal- Trad ct

, lor live ycara anu arm uie wuici
Exectitiv -with authority to re reduce
duce reduce tariffs' p to 25 per cent.

-A substitute two-year measure
drafted by. jprotectionists and de de-signoel
signoel de-signoel to produce more"; tariff,
boosting than tariff-cutting.
It would permanently strip from
thf President ;Und hand.f-to,' the
' U.S. Tti ;t, Commission the pow power1
er1 power1 w c'ide when tariffs should
. -be raided to orotect "American in

dustries against competing Mm-
jorts.j4 v J
After eicht hours of ceneral de-

' bate, the substitute measure, will
)Je put to a showdown voters
- that proposal is rejected, Repub-

..jican-.ioes win get nnai craes

. .. at the administratron bill by mov mov--
- mov-- rng to send' it back to committee
- for overhauling.

IfpHpr the-prooerture approved

. bv. .lie" r'us coinmit1cj,"'1.po
S mendments may' be offered to

le -subttitutbiH.--Onlyteraiaed

. ments approved by the House
. Ways and Means Committee may
be offered to the .administration .administration-(V
(V .administration-(V hurkod bill. ""
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farewell Joint guard of honor at Quarry Heights, -in -honor of Mai. Gen. Thomas L. Harrold.
Harrold, commanding general, U.S. Army Caribbean, is scheduled to leave the Canal .Zone to today
day today for a new post as commandant-of the National War College, Washington, DXJ.

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graces of labor leaders.
T?nt sn f ar at teast. AFL-CIO
President George Meany has giv
en no evidence of souening nis
demand that Hoffa resign before
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tne iederation ana tne ieamsiei.
Hoffa, president of the nation's
lircest ii n inn.. haD nDDroached
leaders of at least three other
AFL CIO unions. His actions
niaf. hpina uatrhpri rlnsplv bv
AFL-CIO officials who doubted he
merely is interestedvjn perform,
ing good, deeds.
Hn.ia fctonnpd Into th Ward
strike May f after the best efforts
of the AFL-CIO had tailed to set settle
tle settle hn riicmitn: The teamsters had
authorized a strike ; against ward
in separate negotiations.
Thp rWlrs and teamsters be.
gan joint negotiations and Mon
nav nnnnitnppfl a&reemem on I
five-year contract. It provided as
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crease, a cost-of-living clause and
moduied union snop. it was a oig
victory tor tne cierKS.
The AFL-CIO ousted the team teamsters
sters teamsters after branding Hoffa a
friend of racketeers and accused
him of misusing union power for
personal gain.-
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federation was concerned I e s t
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AFL-CIO unions in lus debt. men.
the source said, he might try to
cash in all at once in a move to
"buy", his way back into the
bouse of labor.
The clerks president. James A
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president and member of the
powerful AFL-CIO executive coun.
cil. Another AFL.CIO vice presi.
dent. Karl Feller of the brewery
workers,. has been the object of
Hoffa i attention in the campaign
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San Fco. at Philadelphia IN),'
Log Angeles at Pittsburgh (N).
Chicago at Cincinnati (N). :
St Lmiia at .Milwaukee N).
I YISTMDAyV klSULTS f
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San Fco. 000 010 0001 10 2
Philadelphia f 310 010. 00x-5 10v
S. Miller. (1-1),' "worthington,
Crone, Burnsiae, ana bcnmiat. ;
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Pittsbur gh ; .v00 230 00x5 10 0
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Sinatra Kim Novak in
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Richard Conte in
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Washington at Chicago i ;
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NEW YORK (UPI)-Top.ranked
U.S. woman tennis player Althea
Gibson left for England Monday to
defend her singles title in tha
Wimbledon -'Championships begin beginning
ning beginning June 23. Before competing at
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titles in the Surbiton International
Tournament and the. Manchester
Tournament and play on the U.S.
Wigbman Cup team, June 13-14.'

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NEW YORK," Max 2- (UPl) -Panamanian
jockey Manuel Clca,
ta who escaped punishment on
three occasions when his mounu
were disqualified here,' has rbeen

tagged with a 10-day- suspension
for an infraction ia Monday s sec
ond race at Belmont Park.,
Th 21-year-old rider was spa
cifically ehara-d with carlass
riding by New York sttwardars
in his victory aboard Dancing
Feat aftar thty vitw.d rnovits
to tn race yesterday.
Yca?a, who will start his: sus suspension
pension suspension tomorrow, was accused of
inter.erin i with" JVorsaga and
Check Artist in Ihe back-stretch.
This is Ycaza's third suspension
this year and.lt means Belmont
Park's leading jockey will not be
permitted to ride in the $100,000
Belmont Stakes June 7. California
officials suspend him ofr five
days, ; while Florida authorities
banned him for 15 days as a re result
sult result of a rough race in the Flamingo-at
Hialeab.-,,.
fcaxa also draw 23 suspend
.sions in Mtxico City vr a par
iod of about a yoar whila eacing
at Hipodromo da Las Americas.
Giallombardo Needs
Only Cohsisfency
To Be Biq Winner
NEW YORK. Mav v 29 (UPI)
Bob Giallombardo, a young left lefthander
hander lefthander from Brooklyn, need only
develop consistency to become-a
big winner in ;vthe,i International
Hague. ,.v ",:t?". :
The 21-vear-old Montreal pitch.
er. who is trvins to make the big
jump frpm Reno of, the Class C
California League, has pitched
four complete games so far this
season, but also has been knocked
out. three i times in tne,eany in
Giallombardo came up with one
of his better nerfonmances yes
terday, yielding just three hits as
the Royals beat Richmond v? 3-0.
Montreal, which retained its 4 1-2
eame 'first-Dlace lead, was t only
able to get four hits off the, Vees'
Bob Wiesler'--"-?- ?T '
iln other games, Rochester's Cal
Browning sent Miami down to its
fourth straight loss, 10-4 Havana
whipped .Buffalo 9-7 In. 10 innings;
and Columbus scored three times
in the ninth inning and, twice In the
11th to edge Toronto, 7-6V ;
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Dirty Fighting'
To Win Boxing
By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK (UPI) John
Sholto Douglas, the eighth Mar Marquis
quis Marquis of Queensberry, must be
reeling in his spectral ringside
sear today as result of a one-two
punch tossed by Fritzie Zivic and
Willie (the Beard) Gilzenberg.
The Marquis was the fight buff
who helped rewrite the rules of
the ring back in 1867. Before that
time, prize fighters employed tac
tics which made alley fighting
seem like a Newport tea.
The marquis helped make it a
'gentlemanly sport." v
i The marquis sustained his first
rabbit punch last week when
Zivuvdeploring the fact that he
was recognized as osly the
second dirtiest fighter of all time.
used another ghost to pen a dec.
laration that the gloved, gladiator
of today, has to fight far outside
the rules to be a winner.
Willi Agrtal '' ;
' The coup de grace now is ad
ministered by Willie the Beard, so
known because of. a perpetual six
o clock shadow, nooody Demg a Die
to get so unshaven by five. Wil Willie
lie Willie supports Zivic's: contention in
a letter of advice to Vince Marti-
ner, whoengages Virgil Akins at
oi. louis next weeK tor ine va
cant welterweight championship.
"What Zivic said Kis absolutely
the truth," the Beard alleges in a
letter which he thoughtfully made
public. 'So don't -, forget h ere
hasn't been a disqualification in a
championship fight, since Jack
Sharkey lost to Max Schemling on
a foul in 1930." ;y : t ,-v
Willie the Beard, almost as much
as Zivic, should qualify as an ex,
pert in the matter of boxing out outside
side outside the boundary lines. Gilzen-
Pro

Headed For Another Big Year

' By EARL WRIGHT
'V NEW YORK (UPI)-The Na.
tional Football League, represent,
ing the country's fastest-growing
professional sport,, appears head,
ance total in 1958 despite the re.
cession.
The 39th NFL season is more i
than four months away, but a
United Press International survey
showed today that seven of the
12 clubs already have set or ex,
pect record season ticket sales
for the 1958 campaign. All report.
ed ticket sales, running anead or
last year, when the league drew
record attendance oi z,&wD,.io.
In recession.hit .Detroit. the
Lions almost certainly will have
record season ticket sale Deiore
they raise the NFL championship
flag. The Lions have sold about
39,000 "season tickets. Sales ) are
running lar aneaa ot iasi year
when the Lions sold' a record 39,.
844 before the season opened..
Hav St Record
Th San Francisco Forty-Niriers,
who lost the playoff to the Lions
for the 1957 Western Division
Crown, have sold record 31,000
season tickets lor wm.
The Baltimore tons, in tnc isdi
Western Division f race until me
last day of; tho regular season,
have sold 24.367 season tickets.
Sales are running about 1,100
ahead of last year's pace, c
In Green Bay, the Packers al already
ready already have set a elub record ,by
Snowing At Your Service
tenter Theatres Tonight
BALBOA 6:15 lc 8:05
Jean Simmons
Joan Fontaine
. "UNTIL, THEY SAIL"
Cinemascope!
DIABLO HTS. -7:00
, Sal Mlneo
"THE YOUNG DON'T CRY"
GAMBOA ". 7:00
Victor Mature,' Anita Ekberg
"INTERNATIONAL POLTCE"
MARGARITA 6:15 &
Randolph Scott
"THE TALL X"
8:00
CRISTOBAL .7:00
Tony Curtis, Marlsa Pavan
"THE MIDNIGHT STORY"
PARAISO :15 & 7:58
; Randolph Scott
THE BOUNTY HUNTFR
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 & 8:35
"THE PURSUADERS" and
'THE' SQUARE- nffCI.Tr-
CAMP BIERD 6:15 & 7:45
"WOMEN OP PITCAIRN
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Best Way

Championship

berg once directed the fistic des
tiny of Two-ton Tony Galento and
it may be said without fear of
libel, the man who was built like
a barrel cared little for the nice niceties
ties niceties of life -in or out of the ring.
Willi Managed Cochran'
Another inhabitant of the Gil.
zenberg stable was a red-haired
broth of a boy named Freddie
(Red) Cochrane.
Thus it comes as no .surprise
when Gilzenberg informs Marti
nez that Cochrane won this same
welterweight championship from,
of all people, Zivic, in i strictly
planned and calculated dirty
fight." ., ,-
"One of Zivic's" favorite foul
tricks was to circle an opponent's
neck with his left arm,, pull him
in close'' and hit him -low with a
right uppercut,". Gilzenberg re re-lates.
lates. re-lates. "Our strategy was to bump
heads with Fritzie V'Whepver he
trid that trick. ' i 1
, t In round two,' that- night in
1941 at a Newark ball park, their
heads came together like a coup e
of billiard balls,". .Willie adds.
"You could hear it out In left
field. Fritzie, proud of his hard
head, began to lose the fight right
then. But in the fourth round we
wrapped it up. I sent Cochrane
out with instructions Jo ,hit. Zivic
aeuoerateiy below the belt.-
"I'll never forget Zivic-r-admit,.
edly the dirtiest fighter o his era
complaining to the fereree,"
Willie ,the Beard chuckles over
his electric typewriter. , l '', :,v
It was :i "strategy," jr e 1 a t e s
Gilzenberg,- which won the title
for Cochrane.. And he suggests
that Martinez take the lesson .to
heart..-'vi I-k C:t
The marquis must be banging
on those astral ropes. iJ ',

League Appears

selling 23,223 season tickets for the
fourv games .. they will '-play at
their new 32,250s-eat stadium ihis
year. w
The Ramj Jn Los Angeles ,sold
24,500 season' tickets last year and
sajes o far are running' equal, to
or anead ql the. 1957 pace.,
Radkins Bom9 'W'tll .'
In Washington, the Redskins re
ported 1958 season ticket Sales
running more than four, months
ahead of the 1957 pace. '.
The New York Giants set a club
record for season ticket sales last
year with slightly more than 12,000
ana expect. io lop mas m Ioo..
The Cleveland Browns, defend
ing Eastern 4 Division champions,
said tney nad 1 no exact figures
but that renewals by fans who
held season tickets last year are
running ahead of 1957 "sales.
The Philadelphia Eagles report.
ed their regular customers : are
renewing season tickets about 15
per cent, ahead, of last year's
pace. ThX.:',;:-
At Pittsburgh the Steelers rew
norted their 'spasnn ticket. olo
running s about 800 ahead of last
year at this time.
Both Chicago clubs also renort.
ed brisk sales with the Bears
looking forward, to recdrd.
Bro7 Cuis Cause
Suspensions For
Vbodard, Andrews
NEW YORK (UPIV-Middle.
weights Otis Woodard and Eddie
Andrews were under automatic
30-day suspensions today because
oi Drow cuts sutiereo Monaav
night when Woodard again beat
Andrews in a TV fight at St.
Nicholas Arena.
Woodard of New YoYrk .stopped
Andrews of Lowell, Mass., at
2:41 of the fifth round because
of gashes on both .brows. But
Woodard, meanwhile had his own
left brow so ripped in the second
round it will require plastic sur surgery.
gery. surgery.
Last April 14, Woodard won a
split 10 round decision ver
Eddie.
Andrews,, weighing 159V4 pounds
to .Woodard'a 160, suffered a 10 10-stitch
stitch 10-stitch gash on his left brow Mon.
day night in the-fourth round, and
a four.stitch cut above the right
eye in the iff th. .Referee. Arthur

Mercante said the flow of blood
prevented Andrews'- seing ".' prop properly.
erly. properly. ;
- i-
Slugger Andrews was a slight
favorite at 6.5. A crowd of 133
paid 83,293.
. ., ','-i.

The Balboa YMCA will resume

its- annual summer vacation
swimming program next Monday
Instructors for the program" will
be am Hatcbett and Fat
Rogers. Both have completed Red
Cross life saving and instructor
training and have teaching exper experience.;
ience.; experience.; -.
The swimming classes to be of offered
fered offered are part of the national
YMCA progressive aquatic ;- pro program
gram program which consists of four cat.
egories. The first, Minnow, will
consist of non-swimmers. As soon
as they have mastered the 21
skills of ubis' group, they will
move to ttie Fish group, or sec second
ond second category. ,' 1
Young swimmers may then ad advance,
vance, advance, to. the Flying Fish group
and finally the Shark group which
is the highest classification in the
program. : At the completion of
each series of tests, the swimmer
receives a card, a pin, and em emblem
blem emblem for his achevement..
i The- program is for "Children of
miUtary .and civilian personnel be
tween the ages of 8 and 14." Par
ents. may register then- children
at the Balboa YMCA information
desk prtor to the opening day of
classes Monday will' be devoted
to the testing of swimmers' abilii
ty m the water. Those who can
swim will be tested from 9:30-to
10:30 and .non-swimmers from 10:
30 to. .11:30. ;V ;w, i.. r :
Classes: are limited to. 20 mem members;?
bers;? members;? Further information, is avail
able atthe Balboa YMCA, tele
phone 2-2759 or 2.2839. : .,
Sports Briefs
ORIOLES OBTAIN CATCHER
BALTIMORE, Md.'-(UPI) Bob
Kennel,.- 22-year-old catcher at
North Carolina State Co'lege,
signed a $5,000 bonus contract
with the Baltimore Orioles Mon:
day and will report to their Knox-
ville Farm Club in the South At.
lantifi: League.' He batted '.304 for
his eollege team this season. :
6EL MAR WORTH $75,000
DEL MAR, Calif. (UPI) Track
President, and General Manager
uon &mitn announced MOndav
that the 198 renewal of the Del
Mar Futurity, to be riri! on Sept. Sept.-6.
6. Sept.-6. wilKhave.a gross Value of
s75.000:PThe,sn& furfonlAe Is
for two-ye'ar:6,dS. Smith said that
139 juveniles have been kept eli
gible tor the event;"' ;
'.'ii SLUT t

B o Id S RiilerSGallant? Mali

To t Rciiiiiief Rivalry IFridav

JIEW TORK tUPI) Trainer
Sunny Jite ptzsinimon$ said "Ok,
.That, Simple declaration by the
8Lyear-i61d trainer means Bold
Ruler, the 1957 "Horse ; of the
Year',definitely wi'l start in the
$50,000-aflded .Carter handicap at
Belmont Park Friday despite a
staggering 135 pound assignment.
. 'The colt is; Qt ano reaay .o
run," Mr; Fitz said; "He's a New
York horse and, we'd like to seo
him win here. And if he gets
beat, it' might, as ,well be here."
Gallant Man,".who spent most of
1957 chasing Bold Ruler will also
start in the seven furlong dash,
but he'll J carry only 128 pounds,
somewhat of a concession,
since the Ralph Lowe colt ran
against: Bold Ruler at 'level
weights six straight times last
years. '. . s
"He's been working well,"
trainer Johnny Nerud said of .Gal .Gallant
lant .Gallant Man. "We'll go after' Mm
(Bold Ruler) on Friday and see
what happens." v'
Eddie Arcaro .will ride Bold
Ruler, while ; Willie: Shoemaker
will fly in from California to han.
die Gal'ant Man.
Bold Ruler beat Gallant Man in
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r By JIIITON RICII3IAN
,y NEW YORK, May 28 (UPI) Some scoundrel
walked right up and stole Milwaukee's 1957 Hvorld
championship flag last night but the embarrassed
Braves are making it quite clear no one is going to
steal the 1958 pennant from them. ,:::A:

The theft of the (Braves' flag was;
noticed shortly after Joe Adcock'si
pinch two-run homer m the ninth
inning gave the world champs a
i. victory over tne cardinals and
boosted them within a game of
first place.
Whoever took the pennant un
loosened the rope attaching it to
the pole in left field, calmly low lowered
ered lowered baseball's cherished banner
of supremacy and fled into the
nignt.
But if the Braves thought theyi
were robbed, how do you think ihe1
Cardinals felt? i
Sam Jones of the Cards was
coasting along with a two-nit, 2 0
lead until the ninth when Eddie
Mathews opened with a single and
Wes Covington was hit with a
pitch. Jones got the next two men.
on forceouts and although a rui
scored, he was only one out a a-way
way a-way from, victory, j,
. t, : ', t- -.- jr '' .i,
Adcock then cam off "t h
bench to hit for Bill Bruton and
- h slammtd Jonts' jtcond pitch,
into th left-ctnter bleach
' rs. Folic '"' theorized th flag
was pilfered during th ensuing
xcitemenfv v's
At any rate,: Adcoclfs homer
ha seventh of the season enabled
southpaw Warren Spahn to record
his seventh -yictory against a single
loss, bpahtt yielded eight hits; in
eluding a homer by-Curt Flood;
Rip Repulskj's three-run homer
in the first "inning 'powered th
riiuues 10 a ou irmmpn over me
first-place'; -GifrntRepulskl sock
ed his circuit off loser SUi Miller,
who failed to survive the first in
ning. Jack Sanford was touched
for 10 hits but he went the distance
to earn his fourth victory. It. was
only the fiftl? defeat for the Giants!
m their last 30 gimes st
i f rank Thomas rapped out three
hits and Ronnie Kline posted his
sixth 'victory-as the Pirates trip
led me last-place uoagers. 5-3,
'Successive doubles, by B la k
Groat,- Ted Kluszewskr. and Thoiii
as produced the Pirates' first two
runs in the fourta and they added
X:
;he' seven furlons Bahamas: the
nine furlong Wood Memorial and
the mile and one-quarter Trenton
Handicap last' year, and led his
rival in the Kentucky Derby; and
the Woodward and Belmont
stakes. : In the Trenton!- Gal'ant
Man had a two-pound weight con.
cession whiles finishing between
coio ituier and Kound Table.
Bold. Ruler won 11 of. 16 starts
in ail last year and posted earn
lhgs of $415,160 while Gallant
Man1 won eight of 14 with four
second place finishes good for
$298,280 in earnings.
BAl'BOA
I H E AT R E
SATURDAY
2:15, 4:20, 6:25, 8:30 p.m7
iiegaveupa ;
Great career
fo.ui:eg::ii;e
couid;itto.i;i
Oo;;ii!
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BOB HOPE -VERA MILES'
'SIMM '..
PAUL DOUGLAS
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'.'Don't, Go Near The Water";
Saturday Sunday -.Monday,
. June 7- 8 -9

three more in the fifth on Bill Vir.
don's triple, a wild pitch, .Bob Skin
ner's homer. Groat's triple and a
single, bi Thomas.' Kline needed
help from Ron- Blackburn when
Los Anseles threatened in t h e t
ninth.; Don: Dry dale, who '; was
charged with Pittsburgh's first
four runs, suffered his eighth', da da-feat.
feat. da-feat. -.
Don Hoak's 10th inning singly

wuu me Dases loaaett off reliever
Pn ?lston Paced Cincinnati to a7
- wm ?.ver tmcago. The Cuoa
tcor all: their runs off starter
uroojes Lawrence in the fourth
inning. Wali Moryn's two-run hom homer
er homer featured the rally. Jerry Lynch
and Frank Robinson homered tor
the Redlegs. Reliever Hal Jeff
coat was the winner. :r
Ovr in th American Lgu,
th Kansas City Athltie hop.
pd all ovtr Bob TutI-v to beat
th fjrsf-plac Nw York Yr.
k, 7-3. Bob Ccrv put th A'
in front with a thr-run homr
in th first inning and th Yan. ;
ks nvr wr abl to e,cn up
as x.trammat Jack j Urbaii
'ehekd them on six hits. Th
dct?t for Torly was his first
aftr s vn victoritt in a row
and th ctx irnd runs h al
: lowed totaled as. many at h had
allowed all yr. Elston s How.
,ard homrd, forth Yanktej.
: Early Wynn needed a Help ig
hand .from Gerry Staley- in i ii e
ninth inning But" he-was credited
with his fourth ;- straight' victory
and fifth of the year as the Whiie
Sox" topped the Senators J-3i'
, Loser Hal Griggs hurt his owA'
cause with a two-run error in
fourrun fourth inning by A t h"e
White Sox. Three of Chicago's run
were unearned and they were a'la.
ed further by ninf Walks. Shernfl
Lollar collected ..three of t h t';
White- Sox : six hits while AIM
Pearson valso Jiad .three -nita.ii,art
ihe Senators. ; . 'i
"Despite Ted" WiUiams' sixih
bomer of theseaso,r the .p44,i it it-Tigers
Tigers it-Tigers held1 on fee af 3-2 wiiisoyep
the Boston Red Sox. i Fast.bauer
Paul Foytack scored" hisjiourik
victory although Vito Valentinet 4
Bailed down the final out o;1lie
game when he struck out Gene
Stephens j with'' runrters on second
and' .third. i;;''J;:''- t'-'v-'
'.Detroit seord a "tvri In th 1st
Inning and added a pair ih th 5,
first inning and added piir i:1
tb sixth of loser; Tom s Brow C
when nwly-ecquird Bob Hail
: beat but hit with the beset full
and Ray Boon was hit by
pitch, forcing in what proved to
b th deciding run. :
. The Cleveland, Indians'" handed!
the Baltimore Orioles theirl sixth
straight defeat, 7-6,: in lo. im)ipfsv
Reliever rYrK'
Winning run when he walked Mic Mickey
key Mickey Vernon wi.u the uj-vViC :.i
the 10th. Baltimore starter Biily
Loes had a 6-4 lead in the- flirt;h
but was lifted, in favor of O'Dell,
who yielded a two-run pinch hom homer
er homer by :J. W. Porter. That iied the.
score and reliever Hoyt i Wilhle'm
went on to gain the victory. Bilfy
Harrqll and Gus Triandos also hit
homers. i
CHARGE MWOGMM-
SUNDAY.
1:15, 3:40, 6:05, 8:30 p.m.
X THE .
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NEW .YORK (NEAJ la Mu!li-:
n' mic nieht thfv wttchfd Ssi

Willie Mays singled t lf.t in the

Po o Grounds nrt t ccmp;e ri runv

came srross and it no an; the DoU-

eers lost the game. Inen somebo

dy threw i be-r bottle and broke

tne television sei..
It was always this way around

places where Brooklyn -fans ton
gregated but when you go there

now it is a gooa lesson tor muse

running baseball because tne in..

terest has stopped so completely

vtu have lo wonder it tnew i
.... 1 i. n

such a ining as oaseoau s dsic
hold on the people." :' v
The other night, the 00-3pouad
horrenrfpr in Jimmv'S '.'Which' is 4'

net in the Kiasewooa pari 01,

rnnklvn hrnu?ht thll UD.

"Fist fiuhts alnjost. you usea 10

see mem every mgn.. jwo jjuys
would start arguing about a bat bat-tine
tine bat-tine averase or something and it

would ft hot. Now. would yot

Delieve 1 aia I nenru nwu yi
("baseball in the las1: three weeks,"

Go to any of the ptacety wnere
vou heard baseball In the grea:
drawing area which mad the

nirlnan fimnil inn 11 IS in

Chavez Ravine Stadium
Opponents Claim 'Foul'

At NL Threat T6 Quit LA

LOS ANGELES (UPD-A" atatJ tiiiued.

ment by National League Presi President
dent President Warren Giles that the league
would take '1 edia.e steps" to
move the Podgers to another city
if the Chavex Ravine referendum
ii defeated drew claims of 'foul'
oday from opponents of ithe con contract.
tract. contract.
They Interpreted it as an 11th 11th-hew
hew 11th-hew meve te swing stntiment In
fvr f the Dodqer issu.
" Los Angeles voters decide June

S on whether to approve the con.

trict which would orovide th

Dodgers with some 300 acres of!

DOUBLE PLAY SALVOS

ie new

interest

Al 1' UA& TO

on UTeXACTi-Y

WHAT THE ZIYAK'OLO
THIRD &A6G SLICKEA
HA6 OON TU& PftlN&l

i

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: f

WILLIAMS

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f;

Jlmmv Jnnxi has walked in the

expansive, shadow f,nbis,. famous
pop so long there' tendency to
ignore the fact' that the gentleman
is. .and has been for some time

now. .one of the nation'r top

kanda' with, a horse,; k$

mil. fonrfanov' i ''ita&iefr in lind.

erstand than it is to justify and is
due in large, measure to old Ben s
loot tenure t Calumet, hi&. equal-

ly long TW,M success, inus wneu
the stable wins a big one. .which
it does with incredible regularity, ;
it is simply taken for granted that,
iBen did it., , f
Adding" to the Illusion Is the fact
that) rBen it always 19 be aeen in
the winner's circle, sharing public
plaudits and picture profiles with
It iliio nui meant as trit-

icism oneof the first to 1 protest

would be the son. It is mentiono.a

only to help; explain the anomalj
of the son's position. .

Actuauy Jimmy, has been .tram
Ing Calumets since '47i when ins
pop' moved up as the farm's gener general
al general manager. If there have been
times when pop called the signals

frAm Tn xineiinci. vtiu liin.Y

sure Jimmy listened, 'respectfully,

And if there have been times

whpn Jl'mm'ir! Vwnn(ir(i...u7hit. lum

nad to aotOtgeureoongiuuoiiAnAi,.

own, tne soui searcning was cona.
ucted in the' nrivacv bf his own

thoughts. A thoughtful, uncomplic.

ated man of 53, Jimmy would be
more likely to count his blessings;
an apprenticeship almost impos.
sible to match; a lucrative conneo,
tion with thn, world's most famous

stable that; was certainly mad

easier, because nis pop, is utn a.
Jones. ;Vj"'j' '":.i-',y,

Thf relstionship betweea ; the
twn lwv. Kppmpd rinse and solid

if not unmistakably ebullient. Pop
is a strong-willed man, force-ui

and direct in opinion and applica application,
tion, application, and it must be.doubted the
time will ever come when he'll ad admit
mit admit to himself Jimmy knows half

as much about training as ne aoes.
Rut. nlH m he is. DOD would DUnch

the first outsider who dared ques question
tion question Jimmy's supreme skills.,
A fact not generally known is

that Jlmmv has been training

horses for more than 30 years. Hi

pop sent mm w a 'Missouri awe
teachers college to become a horse
rinrtnr In two vears he fled the

classroom, joined pop, and in 'M

was saddling ms iirsi winner.

' His Own Baby ;

same. "In places so old people still

brine in -erowiers or in w

er parts of Long Island-

has. fallen apan,
The transltlen s' been made
1m An, mi inb- itn Vnu had ha?-

III U1V11 WK'V' "-TV,
ball so important there seeined to
be nothing else. Then last season
when Walter O'Mslley; destroyed
ill illusion about the tame; peo

ple started walking away. 'They

The Yankees .found this out

ouicklr and tKey are a touch

frantic because the situation is
not only the same in old -Giant pre precincts,
cincts, precincts, but it has spread .to Yait
kee, fans., pisinteresUsaU ver
town.'- "'" '' j !,;
"I sit in this wee place all day,
says Babe Hamburger of the Dod
gers, who is on duty renting lb lb-bets
bets lb-bets Field out' of Walter. Alston's
old office. Then en the i way
home I go across the street te
'.lcitAur. the nil tllftl

has bats and balls and pictures
hanging aU over the? place..' They
don't even talk about U anymore.
Nobody's' bittew They just, don t
care;": J'-- :-

A walk areund thes plae slves
you an idea of how smart Del
Webb of the Yankees, is. In spring

training he saitt ne.was wornea r r-hnnt
hnnt r-hnnt Honni-ol Trm of interest. He

U hiff raneiinf fellow i t o yt

who wouldn't be

figured on as knowing much about

people woo sisno on .aiucw.
HynV1vn ..... V- ,..'( 1 j.

But he had the -Tightline ; on

, W Hnn't the SOO-nOUna DSf.

tender-.?" ..'lvrj,,!T?i?'Ih

guys arouna, nere 10 xci uu
decent, baseball pool anymore.

land in Chavez Ravine for pe

Binent 50,000-wt prk.
rAiineilmin John C. Holland, a

leadine foe of the Chavez Ravine

proposal, said the statement b"
Giles was the "last desecrate
threat of frichteneH ffrntin' ff

ereey men. If he neoole of tes
Antrsl( hnw tn thU threat. It aril

he tn the everlasting sliame of the
city,": '!; '"-ii !2-i...j
Giles. in Cincinnati issued a
600-word statement to Souther"
California reporters covering ths
team in which he said he woulJ
"recommend to the league that
we take immediate steps to studv

wavs ana means ol moving ine

Dodger franchise to another city"

U t" contract proposal is otawn,
"If by some ehanceM he con-

Rambler,

Marlboro .

Mercurio Jewerly
Rodelag
Cervezs Balboa.

La Mascots

Smoot and Paredet

Volkswagen

CsTySccr,!:a: Seeks
2Cih CcascculiYC ; ;
Rl:3 Vin Icnil

CmCAGO (tTI) Lightweight
ttrith nnhhv Reinlon. a San Fran-

I Cisco collegian with a peppery ieft

jtfb will; seen Bis Z8tn siraigoi
ring victory tonight when he faces
Chicago's Bobby Rogers in a tele televised
vised televised 10-rounder at the Chicago

..The undefeated Scanton figured

to win over, the Chicago 135 135-pounder
pounder 135-pounder a? both '."rookies" as assumed
sumed assumed roles as part of the Inter International
national International n o x 1 n g Club's ','new
faces" policy. ."""-.
Scanlon's" most impressive vic victory
tory victory was, a 10-r 0 u n d technical

kayo over lormer iigniweigiu ms
Wallace- "Bud" Smith last Octo.
ber. That fight brought out Scan Scan-Ion's
Ion's Scan-Ion's only flaw as Manager. Art
Beniamin sees it; v'c
"He got to reading all the pub publicity
licity publicity 'about fighting Smith, a Jor-
mv ohimn inrl all that Stuff.

nri. .. rnh he tightened UP

In. the early rounds," ; Benjatnih

'"'He should be able So b e j t
n aort htusjiii T rfnn't see any

thing about this fight to tense him
y -.Benjamin said.;,';.s;;vt;3.
' canlon a' native 'of Buffalo,''
N. Y, moved to San Francisco

Htue more man a year ago wnere
he has built up a. large following.
'. The. 22-vear.old Sranlon' added

another: victory over j .former
rhamn to his record when ne beat

Lauro Salas in San Francisco in
Tleeemhpr. His. most recent vic-

. tory- was an eight round knockout

of Luke Easter on April a.
Rogers, also 22, is a product of
Chicago fight gyms. He has com-
tiled a Tecord of 15 wins gainst
four1 setbacks. .' v 1
i

tfxrent. for a hitch in the Coast

Guard and a spot of politics wich
aatlr him 'AlonteH 9l..miVAr tit hil

home town.s farneu, mo., jimmy,

round faced, cneenui. witiuv aril-

eulate. hai soent the rest of his

time -with horses. io. even u ne

hadn't been the son of Ben A. he

nrnrrelv con d have missed.

. Tim tarn is bv no means the on

ly big winner Jimmy has brought

to the racesiuut wnere tne poten

tial 'i-rin o 1 rnwn cnamoiftn mi-

thre (mm. tome nf the the others.

is that he s been jimmy s tuu anc

total; responsioiUvy. ; t"
- Pmm the start, this was one de

velopment pop 'had nothing what
ever to do with.Not even as a

rtrnnrlutanrt flliartprback. .. '. '-!''

Jimmy raced him only once, at
2; Built him up physically by d; d;-orees
orees d;-orees in. Florida last winter. Had

him raAna sharn for the Derby

sharnr still for the Preakness

For the Belmont he'll be odds-on.
Tim Tarn i a nerfect examole Of

Jimmy's 1 9 m u 1 a.- Perception,

proliciencyf patience, -i 5

GUN CLUB,
NOTES

1 taw phinirei hava taken place

in the last two weeks of competi competition
tion competition in the tas Bowling League,

with Ramblers of 1 Hulls Motors
i.irin'tf tha hetter nart and Rode-

lag moving up from seventh; to

- Of eight points im mrauwn
took two from Marlboro and three

Volkswagen; Rodelag took; four

rraMi Hani ana lur

from La Mascots. Marlboro was

first but of the last eight pqmti

f.i i ail up iiiiS i I 111 a i m i ii i

Gun

up

rstlCTABIAI

Hhitii nt. the Tri atonal

rinh trant Vtnre Hnwn to lift

their arnres at last Wednesday'

practice in anticipation 'of t h

C 7 State Shoot tn he held on

May 31 June 1. at Balboa, b jN

Hnvolnn.d iff the, WSV

threata tn the Zone's present ton

bands. "Windy" &euers, numoer

twn at last -vear'S' contest, shot

ennsiderahlv off : form from 18

vards. and R. C. Casanova, broke

23 from 20 yaras,. neuerini on

averase nv two noims oniy, ni

'57 score of w.

Rill Rrandl went for 14 eacn on

cinsla rniinHs from 20 and IS

vrrf and Is retarded as a stea

Av nA erpellent nerformer. not

to be dicounted; nui nas ion;

way to go from last year s v pot

Crlstobal'so nly other. mseit com

petitor, Paul Disharoon, Jr.; re

mains a dark horse, no reeoroea
fi tfiir An hl'enrrent ahilitv be

ing available -..'He finished in -th

p lace in '57, but was oniv is ditqs
... F Mil a

down m the "over i an- 1 1 o m

rh.mtt" Cant T O: HST.

In the Skeet denarunw. snooi

era were severely liamneced en

nosts Sa nd T by bright weater

inp sun obscuring the targets:

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21
20
20

(Mt)

Geo.' Lopp

. Sellers i -Art
Sutton
' r. Chollar

- Joe Kueter (.410); v
W. J. Scliexnayder..

"'V-:ThAlihir.Derbi

Tim Tam riiri more than win tile

Preakness. He -also nut the Dei'bv

track conditions in proper perspec
five So miM-h twaddle was written

ahniL the .Wart, in.snired hv an-

J -tl-J 4. i

ers, the true quality of Tim Tarn's
victory was compromised.

, Tn the Preakness on a drv track

Tim Tam ran square'y back to his
Louisville race, fio did Lincoln
Road runnerup in both. And where

were the others? Just about

where they were in the Derby. Ob Obviously
viously Obviously track had nothing to do
with their dull efforts.
The Derby track is more taxing
than most when it comes up mud,
but still it's the same track horses

eood ones ana great ones. 1 nave

"the voters of Los Ange

les should disapprove !he con

tract, the National League will

take it as an exnression that cof

ditions exist in Los Angeles' which

indicate a lack or enmusiasm tor
major league baseball,"; xstd
Giles.
The National League. president
said "overwhelming approval of
there ferendum will be the strong strongest
est strongest indication we can have" that
ma tor league baseball would suc succeed
ceed succeed here after ,'Mie novelty of
hi ir leon hall hit ffnne."

The contract between the Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers and the city, of Los Angeies

for Chavez Ravine was signed
before the National, League au
'horized the move to California.
But .opponents,, including mem
bers of the council and some su su-nervisora
nervisora su-nervisora Bathered sufficient S12-

natiires on petitions 'to force the

Dodtrers owner Walter O'Malrev.

who finally managed to k:ate the

c ub on a tempo'Ty oasis in me

Coliseum, had li !e to say when

advised of Giles stalement. "The

Dodgers want to stay out of pol

;tir- and we wish nolitipf were

not involved with baseball at this
lima W hive nur hand full no.v

with manv nroblems. on and off

the field. This presents still an
other."
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heen-winnine over for years. In M A Li..fll IX.

racing, as in other sports, the altl"1' 1 w f
bi is the convenient refuge of the central Ave. 161 h St. Tel. 74
losers the embittered,., the buck I ; COLON
passer. ' i n i

'Beanball' Pitching-

Gets Pittsburgh 6M
'Formal'; Protest

PITTSBURGH (UPIWoe L.

Drntvn noneral manarer of the

Pittsburgh Pirates, PPeled,t to

National League rresiaent TYr TYr-ren
ren TYr-ren Giles Monday in t "formar
protest against "beanball" prtcli-

art in eerai. and inose wno

play for the San Francisco Giants
in particular. ; , 1
The protest was a direct result
th flr.nn between the Pi.

rate and tne. uianis ai, jtbibcs

Field :SUpday.'t:-;r. 'v''';',Iltl
Brown said he feK it was "ob

vious" that Giant pitcher Ruben

r.nm.r "threw at Bill Mazerosu.

tl.' aarnnri baseman ill

the first game or me ooum3iw ooum3iw-,nA
,nA ooum3iw-,nA iild hit told Giles of nis

feelings in a 15-minut telephone

conversation. ' -:

The general manager cuarjea

the beanball Biten was used by

the Giants earlier w the season

when the elubs played a series a
San Francisco. That was. when

Ptrite nlaver Ron Kune and

Haftkv Foiles were struck oy

im Tit a laiesc i inciaeni. ounuaj.

Mazeroskl blocked a pitci flying

toward his head by throwing up

'his Um.'"f:.i''-A ir''":'
The Pirate general -manager
ltd h suf tested to Giles that

..mnfi-ei he liven the power to

ik tutt fil ime anv oitchrr

he he eves has triea to raus ou

batter.

Old Archie Moore

Easily Decisions
Charlie Norkus

SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)

irnhie Mnnre. fishtitie mainly as

if ha hart one hand tied behind

him, used punishing jeft j a b s
Anrlar niffht tn hack out a dull

10-round decision over bloody

Charlie Nokus before a flissatis

fied crowd of about 3.500.

mm-. who used Norkus as a

sparring partner for about half
the time and ; punching bag Vor
the other, weighed 1956 to the New
Yorker's 193. Archie's weight was
21 pounds over the limit of thu
light heavyweight class which he
rules. f-L -'-"oh
Norkus showed plenty of cour courage,
age, courage, but Moore had too many
guns for the ex-Marine who took
a solid beating about the- face
while 1 constantly ; boring in and
trying to get over ,' one good
punch. - Norkus bled from the
nose and tired badly from the
seventh round on.
Judse Frankie Carter saw it
for Moore 100-86, judge Eddie
.lames 100-85 and referee Jack
Downey 100-89.99. On the UPI
card it was 100-92 -J

lhev nnlv tftnV'turrt frnm the Ram

biers and only one from Mercurio

jeweriy.
- In other games, Smoot and Pa
redes took four points 'om L
Mascota and they dropped four t
Cerveza Balboa. '
.''- t
' Rodelag 4 La Mascota 0 ;.
The Rodelag team,-; improved
100 per cent and took all four
points from La Mascota. E. Mon Mon-toya
toya Mon-toya and E. Arriola were the two
best 'with 482 and : 427. that wa
for the winners. M. Nunez and

J. Segura for La Mascota -were

high with 411 and 409.9

I k . '
' Mercurio 3, Marlboro 1 j
... .. t f.
Thi cam drnnneri : Marl horn

from first to second. The Jewers

used only four men, but were
Rood for three points. Garza and
De Arza were high with 475 and
409 while Spiros and Hervey for
Marlboro were the, best pair with

. ana i.

: Hull Motors 3, Volkswagen 1
(Bv taklnf three nnlnfs. the Ram-

hlera moved un tn the leadinc

nnt Soma and Tavlnr tnnlr thrir

team to the higest position wttn

series or sus ana ssz., lor .votK
wagen it was Vasquez and Paoll

with 410 and 354. ... r

.kI,:' Cerveza Balboa 4

-.'" Smoot and Paredes 0
After four weeW with no vlrt

oriet to their credit, the Cerveza

Balboa came back with a clean

iwAn frnm .Cmnnt inn Paredet

It was Torres and Sals with series
of 434 and 368 in charee of 'the.

vlotnrv DiPiuln and Girra were

the two best for "S and M" with

3909 and 355. .

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Tf HEAVY

carried my
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Whatever

Happened to...

: R. S. CARRSTT
The Olvmnte Gamea were re.

yived at Athens, Greece, in 1896

anri the I s nut mpetner a volun

teer team including Bob Garrett,
a Princeton student who paid his

own way to compete. Garrett be-

came one ot. me tirst moaern
Olvmnic champs bv winning both

the 16 pound shot nut and the

discus throw. His marks 'were
puny by today's standards but
then the best In the world: 36
rieet. 2 inches in the shot 95

feet, Vh inches in the discus.

Whatever happened to Bob Gar Gar-rette
rette Gar-rette He has been living in re

tirement at Baltimore for many
years but occasionally makes a
trip to Princeton to see a foot.

ball game. :

Sports Briefs

BRAVES SIGN ROOKIE
MILWAUKEE (UPI) James
MacPherson, 19-year-old right,
handed pitcher from Lancaster,
Pa. a sophomore at Westchester
(Pa.) State Teachers College, has
airnt a -nntrrt. with the Mil.

waukee Braves organization and L
...ill .nnrf to tlioir MrPonlf 'arm!

club In the .Nebraska State
League.
AlOUETTES SIGN MUIRHEAD
MONTREAL (UPD-Halfback
Allen (Red) Muirhead, who
played collegiate ba'l at the Unl.
versity of Mississippi and profes.
sionally with the Green Bay
Packers or the 'National -Football
League, has been signed by the
Montreal Alouettes of the Cana.
dian Football League's eastern
division. Muirhead has been in the

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U.5. Rock rn Roll
Cub British
' to N D O (UPI) American
rock 'n' roll singer Jerry Lee
Lewis .abandoned, his tour .of Brit Britain
ain Britain tonight after two theater
chains cancelled x his engagement
and' the government disclosed it
WAS lUUlUllg IMbV ma V iuuilft&
to 13-year-old girl.. ;,.';;;'
Lewis win into trouble when he
arrived last week for a'sixwkk
' tour -; and introduced his "wife,1

Myra,; to newsmen. It turned out
later that Lewis' divorce-from bis
. second wife had not come through
when he and. Myra went through
a wedding ceremony. :
"IdoM- think I've lost anythlne

in reputation or auuiuig emc,
Lewis told1 newsmen at the Lon-
do airDort. j"l'm auite happy,''

i But two big theater chains had
, dropped him, and the British
v. Home Office announced the gov gov-'
' gov-' eminent was considering whetnm
to deport Lewis.
, the- singer said he was not
"losinr, any money',! because' of
. his departure, He said 4'I was
under contract and my manager
has got all the details.."
"I would have' made $100,000 on
this trip and I am not rosing any any-thing
thing any-thing by it," he said.
4 A spokesman said Home Secre Secretary
tary Secretary R'Aa Butler 'Was '"studying

Lewis'" papers to see if there are
BI1V KrUUllUB 4U avuvii. u.h
has the power-to expel any. for
iffnef.
The J4 'Arthur Rank organiza organization,
tion, organization, one of Britain's biggest thea-
Hit'a 'anMAllA1 T .auiie fl tl-
pearances t .. 26 Rank theaters
across the eou n t r y. Anothet'
chain Graflada.' said it was can-
cpling "his eneagementi at three
other theaters.
Husband Will Stand
By Wife Charged
With Chjld Murder
. NEW BOSTON. "Texas (UPD-
A husband vowed today to stand
i by his wife, charged with the
murder 'of an illegitimate child
' who?e tody she allegedly kept in
a footlocker for 11 years.
Murder- charges were v placed
against Mrs. Rose P. Powers, 46,
Monday after her husband. El-
burn 33, found the body while
rummaging through the f o o t
locker. ...
Mrs, f Power j told police she did
not know whether the infant was
alive when- she placed it in the
footlocker shortly after its birth
marrieel Powers.' She said another
man fathered the child.
: "I just couldn't hear to get rid
of .the corpse, "... ponce quoted tier
as saying.
it, ShA wai a i rnlain of Armv
s'hursestt. the time, she said, but

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30-year safety certificate to Fitardo A. Henry, employe of; the

-j Balboa Customs'ffice "Henry

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. right, customs inspector in Balboa.

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nished furnished apartment, 2 bathrooms,
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FOR RENT: Furnished one'
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Row, $70.00 monthly. Phone
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FOR RENT: Modern, cool, re recently
cently recently painted apartment v with
three bedrooms, two main bath-
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two large, porches, big kitchen,
1 garage, washroom, maid's room
; and bath completely wire screen-
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Bella Vista. Rent $130 monthly.'
:! Phone Panama 2-0027 or 3-
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two spacious bedroom apartment,
garage, hot water. Beautiful
garden. Call Tel. 3-0955.'
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Ex-Slripper Chosen 1
Valedlclorian; Will
Study Philosophy
PHOENIX. 1 Ariz. ("UPD r-Bar.
bara J. S h a n k a, 32-year-old
"strinner" i who wants tn be a
philosopher has been chosen val-!
edictorian for her Phoenix College
graduation class, r-
Brown-haired, b1ue eyed Miss
Shanks, whose 36-25-35. figure was
good enough to earn her as much
as $350 a week as a dancer in
Chicago and' other eastern points,
plans to "really tell 'em some.
thing" in her June 4 speech.
"'I'm fioine to talk on 'the new
religious attitude,' she said.. "I
will talk about student dissatis.
faction toward society. I will point
out that they created society."
The beauty tame "to Phoenix
two years ago to fulfilL her am am-bition
bition am-bition oft. studying philosophy. And
then teach it,, ,Sv
"I've wanted to be a philosoph-i
er since I was 15,"' she said. "I
used to work as a cafe waitress.
And I got tired of looking at hun.
gry people. x
- ''So I .' decided to earn some
money and get my degrees"
To prepare, herself for her stud stud-ies,
ies, stud-ies, Miss Shanks, who classifies
herself a a mytic of transcen.
dentalist bent went into the de.
ert 12 miles north of Santa Fe,
N.M. in 1953, living in an aban.
doned Indian cabin to be alone to
meditate.
After getting' her 7 associate of
arts" degree from: Phoenix Col.
lege, she clans to go on to nearby
Arizona State College at Tempe,
or perhaps some other schoo'. i
had resigned long enough to have
thr baby in a motel,
After posting $2,500 bond at
Texarkana, Texas, Monday, she
returned to her husband and 30-month-old
son. in nearby' New
Boston.
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Miscellaneous
"Sealed bids will be accepted by :'
, the Navy Exchange Officer, ;
f Naval Station, Rodman, Canal
Zone for the aalo of equipment.
. The equipment' may be inspect inspected
ed inspected at the Supply & Fiscal Depart
, ment Storehouse, Bld. Ne. 2,
N.S. Navaf. Station, Rodman, C.
' Z. between the hours of 9:00
AM. thru 3:00 P.M. daily, Mon-
. day thru fridays. Bid's will be
. topened 10:00 A.M. en 10 June
1958. Bid forms may be obtain obtain-ed
ed obtain-ed at the Navy Exchange Office,
building No. 24, Rodman Canal
Zone. For further : information
please Call Navy 3389, or
3490",
FOR SALE: Upright piano.
Price $100.00. Phone 86-3130
Albrook A7B.
FORSALE: Small grand piano
$200. Call 3-0739 afer S p.m.
or weekends.
FOR SALE: Portable sewinf
machine' Singer $40, portable
record player Telefunken $15,
portable typewriter Royal $75.
Call" S-1017 0900-HOO hrs
(net Sunday),
tOK SALE: Hot water heater,'
llider, double bed. Call Pena-
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(Based on 75 official a tbats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE V 1
P and C G Ao R H Pet,
Musial, St. L.' .35 131 20 599 .450
Mays, an Fraco. 40 161 36 64 .398
ipencer,isan Fco. 40 158 27 55. .348
tMwe, incin. 28 89 9 30 .341
Skinner, Pitts. v 37 147 27 50 .349
Ashburn, Phlla. 36 133 23 44 ..331
Cepeda, San Fco. 40 15& 34 52 ..320
Thomas, Pitts. 38 158 29 50 .327
Dark,. Chicago f 27 103 13,33 .320
Walls, Chicago 42 163 28 52319
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.V !i hi 11 w las
Nieman, Baltl,
Fox, Chicago' ; .;
Mcljougald, N.Y
Kuenn, Detroit
Cerv, Kansas C.
Vernon, Cleva..
Lollar, Chicago-
- VX D-V 4.A VII .UtfU
28 MU 34 .382
' 35 140 .16 50. .357
30 113 20. 40 .354
38 145 23 50 .345
.31 110 31 3T .336
.35 93 15 31 .333
31 102 12 33 .324
Robinson, Baltl. 33 118 12 37 .314
Jensen, Boston 37 128 20 40 .313
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Thomas," Phr$tei,' c
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Thomas, Pirates
Ceneda, Giants,
Walls, Cubs s . r
Mathews, Braves
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cerv, Athletics
Jensen', Red Sox
Maris, Indians s, J ...
Triandos, Orioles m,-
Minoso, Indians
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12
12
11
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Banks, Cubs y v
Mays,' Giants
Poencer, Giants
Cepeda, Giants
AMERICAN LEAGUE
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Jensen, Fed Sox i
C-ernert, Re Sox
F. Boiling. Tigers
Williams, Bed Sox
Maxwell,- Timers -Vernon,
Indians
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Purkev, Bedlegs
Friend, Pirates
Elston, Cubs
Kline, Pirates
Buhl, Braves
Rush, vBraves
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Turley, Yankcs A-
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Wynn, White Sox -Harshman.
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COUGHING HITS HORSES
TORONTO (UPKAi epidemic
of couehine 'bus laid, up some 40
ner cent of the horse population
t the new Woodbine face track.
The complaint is a seasonal one
hat f. is (V prevalent at northern
tracks at this time of year, j ft
nsoally-Tesnlts'Hn-Testinif-thtr'af.
fected horses for 10 or 12 :days.
The cough is accompanied by a
high temperature.

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FOR. SALE: Westingheuse re re-'
' re-' frigerator 25-cycle. Phone Bal Bal-.
. Bal-. boa 1635 evenings. .' '. .'
Porcelain top kitchen table, ':
meta dresser, metal obleng ':
table, 2 rockers, 2-6x9 fiber ','
. rugs T-6x9 hooked rug, glass :
top pneT Coffee and occasional' ( ',
table, miscl. lalbea' 1404.
Boah&; Motors
FOR SALE: Fiberglass ,: boat,
completely equipped, bargain,
for- country living. Call Shop
Cardoie tt Lindo.
FOR SALE 15 footer 25 h p..
.'Johnson, trailer; Will eell sepa separately;
rately; separately; 5512-C. Diablo. 2-3 IS.'
Wyominqv Father
On Trial For Ranina
r
13-Yr-Old.Daughte
. WORLAND, Wyo (UPI);- A
pretty 13-yearpold girl testified
yesterday: in- district court here
that her father had sexual rela
tions with her several times when
she was unable to fight him off,
Her father. Norman W.; Cham
berlain of T ensleep, Wyo., lesji.,
fied later in the opening, day of
his rape, trial that, he nev.er had
rapea or xriea xo nave sucn rela relations
tions relations with his daughter-, Jo : Ann.
' Chamberlain was arrested April
11 on a complaint, signed ;iy his
wife. He is beine tried specific ally
on a charge of raping his daugh
ter on the night, or April i, Mrs.
Chamberlain had her husband ar arrested,
rested, arrested, on a similar chirg as
far back as Dec.'M, '19597, but she
refused to appear in court, and
the charge was drpppedr V v j
; Chamberlain Vaid) he ; and his
wife? had, an .argument,' ; in : both
cases, tfte .nights before he wis
arrested on her complaints in De
cember, and April, j v ,i
Garil Slipqld jGoBfi
With Him To Ghdir
':iliicbulNebl)TI
be glad to go to the chair if Caril
.will-, sit f on, imyf .la-o, ma is WUef
Charles Starkweather told his at attorneys
torneys attorneys late Monday when they
met with the condemned, killer for
two- hours, t--a fv i f:.
The yoiung : kii'er J told bw 1 de-,
fense attorney Jw Clement ,:Gaa.
ghan that nls j teen-agea "-jirt
friend,?Caril Fugate, is "jaSt' as
guiltyv ai4'-an,.!'v'.'Crf.i .v 'i'.:
The onetime trash 'Bauler. 'who
went on a killing spree last Jan,
uary that took 10 Jives. i two
states, was convicted last: week
of first degre ,miirder:.The,'Li?i."
13 1 coin, Neb., jury recommended the
12 death; penaltyji;;::!' -tf. ,;i l$i
' Starkweather also wag quoted
a telMni .hi- attorney .that he
gave his gua to bis father jiefor
ine muraer march .because' he
knew be was trigger happy ,'an'd
thought he might shoot somebody.
Caril,-! who accompanied Stark Starkweather
weather Starkweather durine the. shootines.' is
being held in a state mental ius'ti.
tution in Lincoln, y u,
Encyclopedia Fimi
Called Before ETC
For. False Claims
: WASHINGTON '(UPrThe fed
eral T T d e Commission today
charged Encyclopaedia Britannica
Inc. of Chicago with misrepresent,
ing that the encyclopedia-was of of-fered
fered of-fered a a bareain price for a
limited time only. 1 r
I - i m n f ,k i.
The FTC, said in a comprint
that false claims were made
through door-to-door salesmen and
in advertising material- the com company
pany company ; furnished them. A hearing
wgs scheduler July 8 in Chicago
before an FTC examiner
The complaint.' said i the com company
pany company renresented that the price
quoted for a combination o fer
was le ess than that'. re?ulprlv
charged and that the snecial plan
was for a limited time Only, v
;But the truth was, the. com.
plaint charge,'." that these : pur.
ported'y reduced prices' were the
regular ; Prices for the items, ei.
ther singly or in combination and
they; were Usually available at any
time. The comnlatnti said th al.
leeed misrepresentations diverted
857 trade: unfairly from, eomnetitors.

.801 The company was granted 30

days' in which to filer aft answer
to the complaint.
BUY EQUIPMENT FIRM
ELIZABETH, R J.' -(UPI)'-.
Grayson Equooment Co., has ac
quired Straus:Duparqu?tf.,inc.,-.a
92.year-old ;mnker o' food service
equipment,;: for an undisc'Osed
pricl, it was announced yesterday.
Grayson hasissued a-"'substan.
tial" block of sew common- stock
for the purchase of the company,
the anouncement said.

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FOR SALE. Lett on the most -cuiiv.
safe and attractivd
beach in the country the the-,
, the-, banks of, the Cerona' river. A
private beach for property own owners.
ers. owners. Only (0 miles from' the
city. Easy payment plan. For
information enquire at Alf
Store, No; 29-110 Cgptral Ate Ate-nui.
nui. Ate-nui. Phone 1-6153.
. ftmj's lixad lots 0xl2J, SS95. -;
Still available at FORT CHAR-
' LOTTE, buf yur personal repre-
sentitive has a NEW ADDRESS i
MARGARET K. HARDT now
r cennected- with GULFSTREAM !;
REALTY write me t 410' KI. .-
6 S(. Miml 37 Florida, for
i 'further. mformation'. 'ni f
Slevenson Utbrs
Kind Words About
"'" t' i -' A ','. ' .' 1
Harry S.Toan
WASHINGTON (UPI) Harry
Trumgfi should have added one
more item to his stock of reading
matter on that Mediterranean
cruise.- He should bave with him.
to "read, and to relish,, the text of
a speech delivered last i week in
Chicago by Adlai E. Stevenson
In it, SteVenson jeemed to be
trying to make amends, for the
slights and indignities which. Tru Truman
man Truman thinks he suffered, at Steven,
son's hand in the. 19952 presiden presidential
tial presidential campaign. That was the year
Truman hand-picked Stevenson to
ba the Democratic.'. presidential
nominee,- and what happened?
What happened 'is set ddwn In
plairt wors 'jn$e seseprid ypluine
of'' Truman's memoirs. .'Theraf are
paragraphs1 of : real3.- prkisi ior
Stevenson in- that beok, jtand for
some of ;;his campaign perfetm.
ance.;fh? jraise goes flat,- how however
ever however uhd'er pressure bt other Tru;
man paragraphs' ( ofr which : the??
two are-a: sample: y?' h'VA?
v.'VBut,, Stevenson's Uttitude.to,
ward ;.. $ie j president (Trjnhan)
whom, he, hoped to tueeed wak ;a?
mVstorv to- Hia- fbr gome time;
ad I believe Stevenson made
several.. miSMtses. ,w neiner; v wus
was due to the urging of his' ad.
visers 'or bad information or "per
haps .'to fhe' eorttagidn other iooi
citizens were suffering as a, result
of 'reading ...the anti-Democratic
Dress., I do not know... wv
"V'Th first mistake be '"made was
t fire th chairman, ofthfe Dem.
ocratic N a:t i o n a 1"; Committee
(Frank E 'McKinhey at" Indiana
whom, Truman ihad; PUt : in: that
Job) and to move his campaign
headquarters ,1,0 Springfield, ; ifl.,
giving te impression that he' was
seeking i: to disassociat himself
from .the administration in. Wash:
ington, ind,-; perhaps, ,from ihVi
Howt tSteveiisoh,, hoped bt eould
persuade the, American .voter to
rnaintajn the Democratic, Party, in
power wjiile seeming ito sdisown
powerful elements of it f do not
know.'V:, : 4- i"-J;:. J, :"
i; Theref wa s mote, addinif 'up to
evidence- that ,Truntanfelt that'
Stevenson -was", brushing i,off the
Truman' 'administration; ashfit
and (unclean. Truman -alsoAfiulted
Stevenson for, failing ito- cooperate
wjth fhe big' cityjDemocra tic rrna
The? then 'nresident ; tvit-'i f hf
uguunjf ',-agajnsi i IwenarjBfll; Nix Nix-on'si
on'si Nix-on'si 1952 cambai&n 'chare that
tbet-rTruntan' administration i was
.... .uiuuiunwui., mil, j mu3r
havew hurt f Stevenson's powerful
sponsor -attncH, ; the manner
in which the nominee r waived the
jxcwueni, ,c.ui?oi tne campaien
a, ii 1 i
AvereU. Harnman in 1952, was

cninean-tor-.-a s.'ipr of tjie tongue
in" 'which Stevenson 'had referred
to ''that mess in 'Washirirtnnif';; i

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Dulles' Daughter!
Gets Divinity v :
iPegrce At SeminaVy
NEW YORK (UPIWSecretary
of State -John Foster Dulles' will
watch the second- of y hiA three
children enter church work tov
night when bis daughters-Mrs,
Lilias Dulles Hinshaw gets her
divinity degree irom. Union Theo.
logical Seminary. 1
Mrs. : Hinshaw, mother of four
children, wants' a part-time job in
the Presbyterian church so she
caiTcare for .her family and be
use ul to the church: at the same
time, ;;.''.' ...ii ,':--: :;-:' :" :
Dulles ,f soh Averyfc was or.-
dained a Roman Catholic., priest
two' years ago at-the age of 38.
The secretary Is 'fife elder of
the Brick Presbyterian Church on.
Park Avenue.:.?- ., i::,,?;;.X '::'
Mrs Hinshaw has passed, ex examinations
aminations examinations for? ordination is a'
minister of the .Presbyterian
Church but will- ijot: be ordained
until she is assigned apposition
whicb requires minister status.,,
-c. Jim' 'n j i "o"1 1 "" .',;'
Alaska State
Bill Supported
By Eisenhower
i -.4'.Sw. ,i.r'i'S-:i'-W tUj,f- ? i
WASHINGTON;? (JJFiPresl.
dent Eisenhower : was reported Jo.
day to be throwing his active supi
oort behind; the A'aski. statehood
biUVnow facing showdown in the
Rep, ; teo W.-? Q'Brieit ( D-NY),
a strong .backer of statehood for
the far north : territory, said he
understood ''officia'fr in theWhitt
House'!, hav been, contacting con
gressmen: by telephone .to urge
them to vote' for, the' bill.
. With White- House support en.
forcing, a bipartisan!' drive for the
bill, Bern? John F.; sayier .ra;
"As 'of now -I thinki' we'v-' got
-the 'votes 'tteld to .defeat.any
nwiwa to kin the bill, I 'am eon--
fiderit' wefiit hav; enough to
pass.''itthigSweek.:-M f. u
The House ended .debate the
measure' late Monaay. snnwuowu
voting : off; efforts to' kill. It -ivere
exoectfid lato-, today with t final
vote putt off, untf eanesaayi
lafp6ufi-iwoivi$ioi4'-
f; GREAT J'ECK. N, Y. iUPH) r
Sperxy Gyrop vO. yesierqay an announced
nounced announced the formation ; Of a
rf,: field aervice- and, fepaif di
vision .tinder the diireetionr of Ar.
thur' R;" Weckel,' company V le
presiaeni, f ,.r,r. .;. ,.,..,..:: :
ttie lonly l00.per.cent I-loye.Tru
man' candidate among, the Demo.
crats." But Truman ; would, have
nine; of him in 1952,, Four, ytars
Uto'i TtHiman.: shell-shocked the
1958 Democratic nationgl convene
tion J with a. Harrdman-ior-Presi
dent ef rort designed ,basical1y a s
a stoo-Stevensoft movement.' He
mieht bave ; gotte' 'away.- wittftt,
ptoo.Lhut for the ppuucai-manauv
ering;; c4AFlUCI'g-Walter P,
Keutner: wno- nraciacaiiy smgie
handed broke the'' 1956 convention
deadiockin Steveiison favor, v
Perhapsf Stevenson was thinking
of all of that irt. Chicago last week
when bewent out of his way in a
speech, tor pay ,the; highest kind of
tribute' to. xruman s presiaency.
Perhaps, even; Stevenson is
thinkine about 'I960 .and. a third
nresidentiaV nomination, Stranger
thigs have happened. ; v;" j
; And if Stevenson hia sach, i
thiii'in mind, it wOulrl be food
for hint jww? and hereafter anp'
continuously to
ry S. Truman.
continuously to speak well ef Har
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Ave. I.!5
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ReSififratifm. An' hnrta ",'ln 'tK
Florida ;Statet University summe
term has been scheduled for Jun
12-aftd ,13, iJSARCARIB educatk
officials announced. Personnel ma
sign iup .for, the course -of the
Choice.' the Fort Clayton, or Fois
Gulick; education-, centers.' from
a.m. to 5 p.ttf. ori these dates. If
A tentative schedule of 10 court
wiU be, bfferedv in classes begi'i
ning June is ana irand contuu
; siunua 'oiaie resilience coursf
are Open; to, il niilitary personmi
whft "have- henn "'eraAnaUA fin!
high -schobi. or who have a. hig
scnool equivalency certificate.1, j!
- courses are also often to mil
tary aeoendents and. Panama i d
nal Ca employes who are citizei
ot tne umted-states jnd who mei
the yabove? educational requir
Cassev; meeting t: Fort Gulic
k Tuesdays ? and; Thursdays wi
be, principles 'of economics 201 ari
Englisiv. composition 101. ;. c,
Political science 215 Ind econj
rtics (marketing) 365 -win be -4
fered at vthe Albrook Air Fort
iBase 'edueation center on Mondi
and -Wednesday, and, Tuesday, ail
Thursday ejvenirigs;' respectively.
irweunjp- ai- ion ipayion wiu t
general sociology 106 on :Mondaf
and Wednesdays and basic- m:
hematics 105 and beginning Ru
sianr 101ft Tuesdays: and Thur
nays, -.: j?.v ;-:;:.( --.
: .The rert Kobbe. education cen
er will be the meeting place f
classes in Latin American histoi
345 on Monday and : Wednesdt
evenings and collective '-'..behavh.
310 on Tuesdays! and. Thursdays!
AH' classes, will, meet from 7
10 o'clock '? on., their c respectif
niahts. Afl 'courses carrv threat s'
.mesier nours oi crean.j a
V;,r :i -'..M'bf". I-'- f
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WEST ,:OR ANGE.'-' N.' Jv": Mar
(Up) 'A-ttree-year-oid Panamj
man; ooy, .uregorio lorioio,. doi
without arms from the elbow, f
rived; here yesterday with h i
motherlMrs. I Erancisca Toribio 4
Gambo to ; be fi:t ll with ,, artW
ctal arms at ; the ke.ssler ,; inst
tute. v.....,,.;;,,-' '-XJ. I
, Gregorifli and hllmother iW e r
senfhere 4 by the Canal vZor;
Committee fo the Physically haii
dicapped and-the American Re;
Cross. William 1 K2 Page," execu f
tive director of the Institute vsaia
v"W vilY have, artificial ; arm!
and fingers for Gregorio and w
will prepare hirtjto use t he Vj
The whole proeess .o? rehabiliti!
tion will take about t h r e !'
months." ,-,
for prompt attention
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8 00 CFN NEWS i
3:15 Dinah Short i
3 30 Ntwi
4 00 Outlook
4:30- Treasure Hunt
5 00 Lmiie
S:30 PANORAMA .'
7:00 Ethel and Albert

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: (4k Loietta-Voum .-V
1 S 30 Soldiers ol TortUn ,j
f 00 You Bet Your Lile i
; 8:30 People Art Funny :
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11:00 CFN NEWS ...
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WASHINGTON, May 28 (UPD--President Eisenhower said today he believes the, recesison

USyhratIo?edS.It any optimism th?i a healthy economic upturn

me near iuiuix. ,.. irai snm- r the economic indices noint to an upturn. But

' nr Ltlin m licwa vwmvivuv --. r' J

he said one swallow does not make a summer.
Rnmm mrU nf the national economy, sucb

fftff-ttJfhS'Jl ff-fuSt weatherini the recession well

Because of the President's re-Hr

as the auto and other durable: foods indus-

III UW1C1 ucno. w .."v..vv -----, U 1

marks, the President: iiusai w uiscusa ui.euv
-Said that as of now the eco-lsfc, his new conference was de de-nomic
nomic de-nomic situation does not warrant j voted almost entirely to domestic
anti-recession tax cuts" that would matters, ,.
greatly increase the Federal budg-' 7-

et deficit. r r

Said he .would deplore any
nosHptim attemnt to control wag.

anH nrirps Rut. ; he said he t

fool. trnnilv that hnlh TlUSt be

tiplH rtnwn in an e'fort to main

tain stable living costs and
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Declined to comment othe
crisis in France and Lebanon. But
he did say he hapnened; to. like
Gen. Char'es de Gaullei (The
French general appears headed
for control of the French gov-ernment).

Littfe League

i 1 Boys 5; Girls 3

New Gillette Manager
i Arrives
'Guillermo B. Crocker, formerly
with the sales department of .Gil .Gillette
lette .Gillette Company in Boston,' Mass..
will become manager June 1 of
the Cia. Interamericana Gillette
here, according to a statement
made today by B. F. Eibner, pre present
sent present manager.
Crocker, who was honored at a
cocktail partv in the flotel Wash Washington
ington Washington last Monday, lives in Pan-

Eight babies were born at Coco
Soio o ipual during the week end ending,
ing, ending, at midnigh; May 21, accord accord-ing
ing accord-ing to the regular hospital report.
Durina the same period 63 patients

were admitted and 76 were dis-

chrged. ;

Babies were born to the follow-

Mrs. Albert Wilder, of Margarita,

son; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Eggor,

of MargarUa,- son; EN.2 and Mrs.
Tirso Antonio, of Colon, daughter;

Set.", and Mrs. Jean Blanchette, of

Guuek Heignts, aaugmer; agt. anu
Mrs. Jack Gravley, of Guliok
Heights, son; and Sgt.: and Mrs.
Charles Clare,' of FortGulick, son.
Babies were born to the follow following,
ing, following, parents of Panamanian citi citizens:
zens: citizens: Mr. and Mrs. Gkds.one Ma-

rierca, of Colbn, son; Mr. and Mrs

Jose I'-ejoSij of Mindi, aaugnter.

a ma with his wife and two daugh'

s Cia. Interamericana Gillette.i 12-Yr,-0ld Boy Cut

wnicn was me iirsi company io
operate in the Colon Free Zone,
has been headed by Eibner since
its beginning in 1951. Eibner, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by his wife and daugh daughter
ter daughter will leave in early Juhe for
. Boston where he will be with the
company's headquarters in that
city, a

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This weather report for the 34
hours ending S a.m. today, is
prenared by. the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panami Canal Company: -i
. Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:

By Broken Bottle

Has 15 Stitches
1 Melendez Turnbull, age 12, a
Panamanian resident of Camp
Bierd, was painfully cut on the
rlRht wrist yesterday as he ran
toward the Rainbow City com

missary with a bottle- In which

he intended to bring nome a

purchase. i

He tripped on a railroad tie
or rail, and fell, the brokan
bottle cutting his wrist.
He was admitted to Coco Solo
Hospital where 12 to 15 stitches
were required.

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' Low 75 1 78
HUMIDITY:
High ........ .95 91
, Low , 74 70
WIND:
(max. mph) S-8 SE-12
RAIN (Inches) 0 .03
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 84 v 85 ;
THURSDAY, MAY 29
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A RARE EMOTIONAL
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Ithe stqry of
the atomic
scientist,;-.'
f the woman .":
i who loved v-i
him , and
the unwanted
child who
came into
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LORNE GREENE

Produced by DlrteUd'by ,' Scwnplay by
.CHARLES BRACKET! JEAN NEGULESCO LUTHER DAVIS
In th wonder ( STEREOPHONIC BOUND i.

lieclic Term Closes
At Lillic Rock Schcc!

As llegro Gradusles

LITTLE ROCK,' Ark, (UPl)-A
school year unmatched in public
education closed last night
when 18 year ; old Ernest Green
got bis diploma from Central High
School.' '
Not only has Green become the
first of the Negro race ever to
have : graduated from, the school,
but ".or his 602 white -classmates,
it has ended a hectic school term
that included boitjb threats, riot,
ing and constant surveillance by
federated National Guardsmen
and for a time, battle seasoned
paratroopers.;.'. f ':','.'.'; ,.;;' i
The tall,' lanky Green Is' one of
nine Negroes who integrated the
school last Sept. 25 under federal
court order : and with protection
of paratroopers i of the( 101st Air.
borne Division. ? -ir
One of the original nine. Minni.
jean Brown, was expelled and at
tends school in New York. The
others are either juniors' or soph sophomore.
omore. sophomore. Last n i g h t' commencement
was limited to ticketholders un under
der under strick rules laid : down by
the school board. Newsmen were
limited to a roped, ofi i section
near the top of the' stadium: and
only two photographers one from
each of the Little Rock, newspi.
pers were allowed ; to; take
closeups of the gradmtioa. ;
Approximately 120 federalized
Arkansas National Guardsmen
were available. The troops moved
into the school Sunday 4 yr :
The paratroopers and guards.

men were .originally assigned to'

the huge campus to protect Negro
students as they entered and left

the building and attended classes.
About 100 policemen,; including

nlainclothesmen And, deputy sher.
iffs'also were on duty,; at ? the

' jleanwhile. the Capital Citizens

Council declared .Thursday "Lib.

eration Day in Arkansas' and
called if or Arkansans "to giVe
"thanks to almighty Qod"' that
the remaining 432 federalized Ar Arkansas
kansas Arkansas National Guardsmen will
be released from federal control.
Sunday night's baccalaureate
was marred by one incident at
the ath'etic field and: another pos.
sibly related near, the campus.
s A16-year.old by, was i arrested
for spitting on a Negro ..woman
as she left the, arena after the
ceremonies. ;five other Negroes
were v arrested -'and one was

charged with carrying concealed
weapons. The colored men told
police they were en route to the
school to protect Green.'

Conlracl For tlewll
ROTC Headquarters
Goes To RP Firm
A contract for the construction
of the new headquarters of the
Balboa1 unit of the Reserve, Off i.

cers Training Corps was award.

ed this week to the Panama con.

trading lirra of Rogelio Diaz and

GUberto uuardia, b.A.
This company made low base

bid of $90,923.91 on the project.

pther: bids ranging, from $92,000
fn 1fi!5'0 mora nf AroA Kir Toth

mian -contractors, .0. H a u k e,
and: Calvino and Roauer.- The

bids were opened last Monday at

Balboa 'Heights.'- v---f zv-k:;:i,
- The bids- were solicited by the

Canal co. on revised plans : and
specifications which .are for an
under-one-roof construction of a

three one.story masonry buildings
in a U-shape. The buildings will

contain two classrooms, and air
conditioned' audio-visual room, an

office, armory, and supply room.

The new ROTC t headquarters
will be located on Lawrence John,
son Place adjacent to the Balboa
High School and Junjor College
building'. : The project will take
approximately eight months to
Complete.
Memorol;Doy

Observance On CZ

Memorial Day this year will: be
observed- as a ifational day f

prayer for permanent peace and

Gov. W. E. Potter has asked that
Canal 2one churches,;, organiza.

tions, and individuals join whole,
hpart.edlv In thii obscrvanr.- i

Memorial Day will be observed

as a holiday in the canal- zone.

Offices will be closed for the day
and all except essential activities

will ceaseduring the national ob.

servBm.e.
President Eisenhower has asked
that the nation join on Memorial
Day in prayers for permanent

peacf. -j

ems

Money Pro

If Your Name

Worry

Is : Rafael

You Ever

Trujillo Jr.

GOV. Vf. I.' POTTER shown with -Mrs, Erma C ForbeSs, rlghtv
and Mrs, Mary Alice Phelan two'Canal Zone nurses to whom:
lie presented' Superior Service Awards. The ceremony took

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Receive Superior Service Awards
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Suprior Service A

received last week: by Mrs' Mary

A. Phelan; Surgical Clinic '. Nurse
at Gorgas Hospital, ; and. Mrs.-Erma
i C tatfc'r Balboa 'Scliool
Nurse. :tr:-a y
, s i, ,i,.n i,;- f.'v j
The awards" were presented by
Gov.' VV. 'E Potter; i a special tcr
remony held in the Governor's Of;
fice at Balboa Heighis; f ,e 1
In makingthe preseiSation, ;Pot.
terr commended ; the two nurse oh

the'excellent manner in .whicln they

had performed their) duties nd
service they, had given in ....excess
of their normal Job requirements.
Mrs; Forbes, who "has 'been

School Nurse oil the PtclfiC; ide

for the past lew iyears,. was com.-

NEW YORK, May 28 (UP-Mo.
ney piouiemsV Worried about Uit
prices of roreign sports cars, chia chia-crtiiia
crtiiia chia-crtiiia coa., private. railroad vara
and the ever higher cost of liv;
matt' .. ,' ... ;

Not .if your name is Lt.. Geo.

Ktutt itiomiis) lrujilio,! Jr.' ant'

your father has been strongman

oi uie Donuncan Uepuouc lor 28

years.- '- .'v-,"

iot even u you are only 29 years

olu ana about io diverce your wile

ana start paying alimony to ner

anu xne six children.- ; -: -

bquinng movie stars such as

Zsa-Zsa Uabor, Joan Collins and

yarucuiarly Kim Novak ana pur

chasing lavisii gifts tor them pre

sent no monetary concern, eitner.

ifte youuilui iruiiilo. in uie

U.S. since- last summer to study

at the U.S. Army Command and
General Staff College at Leaven.

worm, Kans., is receiving art ai

lowance from his father of $50,0t0

a montn accorcung to the Domini

can government. ; v :

With it, he can spend pnuch
i $1,700 every day with no res restrictions.'
trictions.' restrictions.' If more is needed ne
can be assured that It is avail,
able because his, father the 64 64-year
year 64-year generatitsime, is estimated
te be the wealthiest person in hit

Caribbean island republic and one

of the richest, in the world.
Exiled Dominicans, who are his

enemies., state that the elder "l'ru.

jilio's fortune in properties, invest

ments and cash in banks and home
and abroad is at least $500 million
ihey estimate ..he,; and the mem
bers of bis family, have a yearly
net income; of $3o-$40 'million."-:'.;..
, The generalissimo himself has
never given any.-indicalion of nis
wealth, nor do spokesmen for his
government. :' r?":';, ':,:---v:--
Butt Dominican sources, includ including
ing including well-informed exile leaders list
a myriad of industries, business,
property, and enterprises covering

virtually ever commercial activi

y ot any importance in the,ao

aiinican republic which they sait.
.a owned entirely ior partly by: Tru
jrllo and his family; ; ..
Several years' ago list compiv
id -,by interested observers show

ed tflere were 157 relatives on-go-,
vernment jobs or in busiesses cm cm-nected
nected cm-nected with the government. The
generalissimo and his. immediate

tamily. are exempt from tax laws

also, according to exiles, v.

The ; Trujillo family V. Interests
range from sugar plantations 'wort

miuios, to the gland s monopoly
commercial aviation service, they

inciuae .me two newspapers n Cm

dad Trujillo, the lone television

and radio station, all kinds, of fac
tories from cement to peanut on
insurance, milk, construc.lorr. oppi

real estaje,' banking, and automo automobile
bile automobile a gpncips v

If any investors or -businessmen

'o not have the approval of th

leneraUssimo they can not stay
n. business, Dominican exile?

:iaim,' ; .-
Rafael Trujillo, Jr. is a favor-
, ite of his (father, according to ob.
servers of Dominican affair a.
They point to the feet that he
became a colonel at th .t

L. s now commander in
chief of the Dominican air force'
During his recent .two mom
stay in southern California onleavl
for medical reasons from Leaven
worth he would find nothing ecc
nomically difficult about purchai
'."8 f''$12.500'. Mercedes-Benz tt
himself, these sources state. Nn1
J5.5O0 Mercedes for Miss Gatk Gatk-in
in Gatk-in addition to a $17,000 chinchilla
n.$8i00 car for Miss Novak "wll,
whom e said he fell in lovean'

nones. to weti; and a rented priva
railroad car In which, to return i
his military studies In Kansas,

Students Face Balboa Magistrate

De Gaulle TroYels
to ParisrAViCallll

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PARIS, May 28 (UPI-Pres
ident Rene Coty summoned Gen.
Charles D Gaulle to Paris t6.
day and, the former Free French
, leader headed once for the
capital... ':;v;;1;'''1:;';,v';m

Sn-imeLifflit,;l
. The Theatre Guild' produc

tion, of "Tlme Limit", eon-:

'tinues tonight through Satur-j
t dav at. the Guild's Playhouse.1

U ReserTations, -mj' ;;'le made at

uaiDoa soa.

erstanding of -school children', the

reassuring manner in which you

comfort the cnudreq When m or

mjured ami by your; active partici partici-Mtinf..
Mtinf.. partici-Mtinf.. In1 extra-curticular activi

ties sponsored by the Division: of

Schools". ..';: ;.;!

) -I Mrs.iPhe.lan; '. kit ; aiireleaf ? clinic

hurse; -was. commended for her
ability to maintain professional

work performance far in excess oi
normal jobfrequirements 1 and:, iicr
interest and follow-up : of ;patients'
problems.:; ;- 1 J
: Mrs; Forbes 'will leave "the Istb Istb-mus
mus Istb-mus at the end of the month with

her husband Raymond! Forbes who

Is retiring from Canal service;j,She
is a native of Pennsylvania ? and

was employed in 1927. as nurse in

the former Ancon Hospital.'." She

left, the service in 1929 wasreeAv

ploy in, 1940, and has beeiiy a

health nurse since 1952.
s.. Phelan was "born in Isle of

Pinesi Cuba,) where her father was

connected, with the n ora, i Motor

Company.- She took her nurses

raining at tnev uooiey .uicKinson

Hospital in Northampton,1 Mass

and has Been empioyea as a nurse
In the Canal Zone hospitals since

PWYSICiSTf IN ISRAEL

4 Jerusalem,! raei ; (.ypAt-

oinic pnysjcisi j.i ziooeri, upennoi
mer. who has been denied V.s.

atomic secrets as a security risk,
plans to participate in .atomic re-

seaiciv.iii visraei, in inc spnn-g oiiypu .snou.ia.-:

Retired American
PenieChr
Disobeying Signal

f A; retired ; Americari, t Adrian

Horter, 64, -was triea,in BatDoa
Magistrate's Court today- on

coarge. j oi cusopeying j.wsiirc
signals at 'Balboa Road and
Roosevelt Avenue in Balboa.

. Judge Jbhn Demirtfr. took the
case tfnder advisement, but told
HOrte ihat regardless of the
decision: "U dont think Xyou

condubted yourseK (julteijke.

i9"60, it wa reportedvthere 1 ar s. t j Horlter ;said "Probably; T
nieht; Oppenhelmer,;touring 'Is-lnV', i', i v-V, i : ;

raei,. was expecieir to Bpeuu-.i i ne iiau reporteaiy reiueu t
short period of time doing re first to show his driver license,
search at the Weizmann lnstituie, Horter actively defiled ; his

the. reports sai'i ;;;', ';! ; 1 jruUt.

132 Promoted At Cristobal Junior

I

the' annua l: cfa ss day exercises

for Cristobal- Junior High Schoo.'
was held today in the 'auditorium
of the Juiiior-Senibr High .School.

A::,totau oi 134 stuaems ;was pro pro-mhtd
mhtd pro-mhtd .'. h-:-iW.i.-t:,. ..,(.; i'v -i

The complete list or memoers.

Of the' class is 'as follows::'H!. ...,
.i ,'-V';'' 9oys:'V-':.U.V
Elpldio 'Aponte, Charles' Arinjg.
ton.. Christopher Atkins, J a m e s

Barber, Charles 'Bath,- ?B r,u ee

Rear ev John Thomas Bowers,

Robert Chan. Richard Chin, La-

Ttiift fChristODh. Howard Clark,

Joseph Coffin,- Louis uavis,uer.

Ck Eggerj Boher, Evans, ; J, o n n
Everson.- Joe ; Flores. S,t e p h a h

Franklin. Ronnie Gannon: ?

" Julio Gomel, Edward- Gr re n,

tennart HakansOnEdear Hanson,

Edsall Hiltv. Richard Hirshveld,

John Humble: Roger Rutchinsoni

William Keepersf Anthony Kucu

kas, David Larnson, jeurey ion,
Stanley Leon, Brian LutzJamM
Manninir. Wiiliam Mathias. Jo

seph McGoff, John Nadreau, Earl
Orr. :v :,'':,W';''"
! Rbgelio Pretto, Eugene P u1 h,
Robert Rankin;Gordon' Reif.'Roh.
ert "Rice, Miguel Rivera,' Philip
Sanders, Raymond Schcidegg,
George Slaughter, Charles, Tobm,
John' Vasilake, John Wanio, Lyle

Day Exercises

In l!ov (lifhes
With Beirut Rebels
',',,. 4
. ISEIRUT;' Lebanon (UPI)-New
fighting broke out Tuesday -be-fiehtina:
broke out yesterday i be.

Western rebels in me port .city oi
Tripoli. The sarmy lObbed mortar
shells into the city-;, ..to -: smash

pockets of resistance. l ; :
Onnosition leader Rasnid Kara-

mi renorted: two rebels killed and

12 wounded w tne tour-nour ciasn

that started when the .army g""

r mmne uo barricades protecung

the rebel ; strongnom in ine oiu

Moslemr ouarter of the city.: ;

v Karami reTrted i'heavy "fighw

ing" in Halba,, 12 miles" northeast

OI,inpou anu saiu. me iinjr

lending, reintorcements ,io xne

areav ':;tw-:::r;. ":''!,:
' The flareuo occurred as the op

bositiott 'rejected as too lit. le aud

too late a compromise govern

ment offer to end the two-weeit-

ld rebellion. w.t:;---

k Premier Sami Es-Solh promised
that his pro-Westera : government
would not amend the constitution
to allow President Camille Cha.l
moun to run for a second term.'
But opposition leader i Saeb Sa Sa-lam
lam Sa-lam turned down the premier's
guarantee almost before he had
completed making It. He said the
opposition will settle for nothing
less .than .Chamoun's immediate
and unconditional resignation: :
: At the same time, the govern,
ment went' before the United Na
tions. General Assembly in New
York to charge the Egyptian -Syrian
United Arab Republic with
'.'massive interference" in'" Leba.
neSe ': aff airs:: "':::'4 'i '"'; ';'' ;"; f 'H

- Chamoun'i; desire to run for a
second term as president was one
of the causes of the upheaval
which the government ; eh'argod
wasi heing fomented in an effort
to drag Lebanon into the U.A.R.
Three U. S. C124 Globemastcr
transports and' a CU8 flying' box boxcar
car boxcar arrived in Beirut during the
last; 24 hoursi bringing spare tank
parts for the': army.-;.., hs,t.. V'rf-r

(Continued from race 1

restricted,' he decided it Was safe
to go through.' Thev were picked
up on the C-15 Road:
The Judge told defendants
and relatives he took the age
of defendants greatly- into
consideration in f these case.'
Court attaches also rioted the
apparent abilitr and wish of
parents to control minor sons.

. we pave uonzaiez soils a sus sus-nenried''
nenried'' sus-nenried'' sentence, and wps about

to. do the same for Dia, but
when questioning ; Diaz' ? female
relative (mother or sister) as to
whether she wanted to take him

horn", she demurred slightly. .
The Judc wat then about to

a-Ive Townsley five days, but
tb! )atr $aW h preferrerl 10.
i A" 'hree 'saM later they

wrtd fo ,'fnV;. 7on faliee ;
for the ;ood treatment they've
Receive i, ';"' ;5 r::"; i.'L'
i Outs'de the TDurt. later on. 8 11

three rir'od thev were fut;itlve.

and ald thev-were romms; In on

mlwlons and had planned td to

Oar"'. J. i l-,.4 7.. ,v.i.: .'..,.-' ;

Of the ienerlil ltuatlofi. th.te
students "and 'others .oround 'thft
coprt, nec.t,ators sftld: ': 't' .''
(1) vn mrft. ho04-
Inmi in tb nTveHtv:; slu slu-dent
dent slu-dent have Mit them out. t:
t (3) 'A .P an'ama (intelliffehce
officer is ;vejrtionin 'the; lle?erl
tresoassers brought- into Balboa
station. :'tu:U;:'M.fi"7iy-' j
t- ( 4)- Falser charei 'iare ';beliigv
pcirculated hat. rirls are i-betng,
nifleEted in the University grooi
Thow who Mt' yesterday mW.'J.
. .fre girli are IHne nrotecfd and
;there- ar Pd Vtoini'on;e f
'i Asked iWhPthw Jwhei hadwaany
en? hi, guilt at havin started
trouble that had token lives and

paused serious damage,' H"' n'.

thotf,?htflu student 'said he had no
sense Of t;uilt because "what we
were askirls f r in richtr and ; we

were -not armed.4 We went down

there ; with, our-$chOfibooks,"

He added that he felt noni poli

ticians sen ''maleantea''' ints- the
thing, but the students want no

violence::'-.?",&

The youngest of the roup of
12 which faced the Judge yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon, was released.

ne was 18-year-old Stanley O

McOlmont whosUather. works

and pr

there., 1-'v' tv'.'.iv" A ''A ;:i,,''i, :.-s

. Demihr said : "Th

not unaware of the fact thai
there lias been trouble in
Panama. A Canai Zone police-l
man was shot, and all of uJ
have been affected one way or
another. What would hanpei
If instead of the Zon. hrin J

PMceful ,pice, th trant of

"f? wouia ne riirtt hi

keen yonr a rtuntf nts, Jni
dent n! fights n Panini4.'
before releain' th .boys
the custody of his i father
asked: -... ',v-'

f v w you -sure you cart kerf

vim uuy at nome?
The father nodded
mlsed to do so. i

Thftv imposition of, senten
was then suspended and-fitai
lev was nlpce-l on .on ye-r nr-

rjanpn with T- r-ovlso that t

fnma nis iatner.T i- r,
.: Serelo Monterr-evor also r
ce.rert a suDendert sentence
-Two brothers minrtn li

Francisco Cho, '2a; were ea
sentenced tn: sninA m iaw.

jajl on the tresopssln rharee

.iuw..wb no 'on?r Dot

lucy, are .men,"' sale tho -.TnH

p sentencing, them' to jstl se

Four other defoind'nnU

over 2I()Lwer tlveri ll:ty
sentences, They, wtre ,Tiiift
Crimaiif 23, who had
ylovx misdemeanor convictio
in th .Crvki Ztmti; rtiper
Snch. !8.. .luan ttX S91I-1

Z. and Rov G: Sfenj-er. 2?

' jn corn era were c vm -fk

nay ip i penance ta sfrv(,'p

i;i R'lUMion. Tinen sis wm,,i v

susne ndftd-fat'tii tjerlOd- .of e

ye"- In t c H case. ,; i ?

.ne.Teiiaji were: dp

WWW. .each fi 9. ,vMwtrrt

ht,d iven. an -aa of 'to

-Mer;; admitted his td

icntlty.:"."-t: t,,'H'
","Tt"o . JR-yex r-ol ds. Marcos

"irri 4p.tr.n vr2 wi

tifo p-vep rwov 'an senten
9nd '.f'nfirT 1R each WVilcH T
suend.ed for a period of
y er.:-; v.: .-'f i ;

i'Jrrtine-.tcM tb llneun of 'I

fenriflnts tht, ch- on? r. th

TV mm""x ti ann"i tva rri

for the Ppibra o'nb. T

senior Mcciimont promised the n ti :.vm- bovs

iudge fat f) would tgke St."n-lvl.;vH t in. he would

-: l

ley straight home and keep him glac. to talk to 'them. ,:

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