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
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Panama -- Panama

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

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PANAMA. R. P., SATURDAY, MAY 31, 195

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82 Stickleback

Submariners H ad
30 Seconds To Act

.Lt. Cxridr; Quinley R-n.Sh"h -V
Racine. Wis skipper ol the
Stickleback, had the.lghest
, upraise for the crew yesterday at

A news- wuuw5uvi j j n.
..:j-u.. ctioHAhark-flooded,

tajnly have cauMeu ui -Ink
with all hands."
: ; Shulz and Cmdr. le B.
- Swift; San Leandro CaUf .. J
per.of the Silverstein told news
men thev were at a loss 10
Sain how the two vessels eol-
' fined A Navy board of Inquiry

, SVm!:a.d torpedo rurv on go

Fdlvcrswm scort.

( -' HONOLULU, May 31 (UPlj The 82 men cf the sub-
' marine Stickleback were alive .and 'uninjured today be because
cause because they knew exactly what to do, in an emergency emergency-even
even emergency-even with only 30 seconds warning.' (
- That's all the time they' had Thursday before the-de-itroyer
escort Silverstein ripped into the submarine as it
'cruised at periscope level during anti-submarine maneuvers.
V Responding to the general quarters call with machine machine-like
like machine-like precision, the 74 men and eight officers prevented a a-eainst'
eainst' a-eainst' instant flooding and managed to surface the vessel
' and kept her afloat for five and a half hours before she
" r . il.- d!; r ho Hawaiian is-

plunged to the Douom oi rav...- v

"swift said his ship was trayel trayel-Intr
Intr trayel-Intr at 17 knots when he spotted

the submarine aDouu zuu
ahead and ordered his engines

into full reverse.
' He said "the Silverstein struck
,the sub at about 15 knots,' cut-

tine a third oi pne way wiruug"
the hull before" she could, back

off. y
US Kissia Cliief

Oii;:l:ri;oyJ:'";

Col. Willis t. Lord, chief of the

U.S.-" Military-Mission in ranama,
..nct'ofHv cvnrpsspd his sincere

appreciation" to former Panama.
FnrAiffn Minister Aauihno Boyd

for the cooperation offered to the

mission by uoya aunn. ms ic
nure o office. .. ,,- 1

Boyd, who now retup? to his
seat in' the National Assembly,
waa nnn nf four; ministers who

were replaced ; this y week- after

they had resigned, trom xne cam
net of Presidnt de la Guardia.

- Rnvd received Lord's,' message

vesterdav in a telegram which

l ; "Tn PYnress sincere anbreciation

101,. me coruiaiuy auu iv'fcl a wu"
shown to the Mission in the fulfill.

ment of its duties.'V-
Meanwhile Local 907,"GCEOC,
CIO-AFL president Jose de la Ro.
sa Castillo issued a resolution to.

day expressing regrets over uoya s
separation from the Foreign Mm.
istry.
; lilt resolution emphasized that
any change in the foreign, policy
of the Panama government at this
time "would be disastrous for.
Panamanian employes of the Ca.
nal Zone." .
Castillo's resolution also, went
nn rppnrrt a "nnhlirlv acknowl.

edeine" Bovd's efforts- in favor

of Panamanian .employes of the

canal Zone during the time he
served as Foreign Minister.

II ll

nnth Of the

Shuli- saM. ;

PACIHC MEMORIAL DAY SERVICE,
jalXKWwi organlzltons! Scout groups .and other rellgus.?

organizations pamcipaiea m me Pviv,ci.vv).3. j t v $

f.:cr,crkl Service
lienors Heroes
pn7nrOfl812;

'v rviALMETTE,' La.(UJi--

Mem.. uwcLih

xows of mottled

jtones

marble grava-

the
the

last enemy w defeat.

Koil. ,i :
-Th. tiprnes'of that, campaign,
The-heroes ui .. g now
CM w 8JhePre hel fell

on the, Daiueu -" eo

hr ,ntTo army oi

vpars ago

Tennesseans,

Kentuckians, ;: rnl. and

, . squirrel rmes iron Rivgr

" ffunder Andrew Jack

iv::: 5:v; :;.:::::i:i;iS:':;i"x (t?:
I '.ill 1
lit 'in J

10-Day

ndsi Censorship.

Lifted

Curfew

Students beaan emeraina from Panama Universifv

. - a a a ; -t
early this afternoon after a 10-day siege..

r uurtew and censorship -were lifted about noon today
but a Presfdencia spokesman said the suspension of civil
liberties remains in force. , ; ; '
Student leader Andres Cantillo, secretary general of
the Panama Students Federation, said that a "disarma "disarmament
ment "disarmament committee" of professors this morning collected all
arms from the students. v
rnnrillr niA the "f Unrmnment fnmmittpp fnnotken

with llnivertitv rector' Dr. Jaime Ae In GuarA'in nlnrtnpd

to ese President Ernesto de la Gaurdia Jr., regarding the
restoration of civif liberties. 'v

Mt Hope Rites

Held With Potter

As Main Speaker,
Memorial Services arranged by
Canal Zone veterans associations

ct 1 t i ' were neid yesteraay at mi. tiope
flnv W TT. Pnrtpr

hpfor whose tomb the Free World'i leaders have stood to do honor for three decades. as the principal speaker.

2 Zonans Vlffend Washington Kites Kites-For
For Kites-For Two More Unknown US War Dead

- The ranal Zone had two .representatives at Washington ceremonies yesterday when two
unknown wu "dead were given honors on their last journey to Arlington Cemetery.
unknowSn hniHpJ, A the coneressional Medal of Honor who served as escorts lor .the

cortege was William-Badders of Gatan.

Badders was among tne pcBiu, "' "'".Vi;;,!.; inrca
ington to assist in the observances for the unknown heroes of .World War II and the Korea

conflict.

'TThHai Hip nrnmlse of the Pres-

irlrnt- fhnr students would be able

to resume their normal activities

without anv kind of repression,
the students who were in the
tmlvcrsity of Panama have1 "be-
sun rpfiirninw ,: tft their homes.

tmsting iri the word of the Chief

of State,'1 a student leader said.

WhenVRector- de Ja F-rtarilia
reported to Minuter M Govera

ment and Justice max jteune jteune-m.idp
m.idp jteune-m.idp that his professors had

On. his ettird from the Interior,
flip Pracirionf itfl lid 'iirAnM :

glad to receive student leaders at
a suitable time to be agreed on,
but would not encourage a "Visita "Visitation
tion "Visitation at an hour; that interrupted

' Jhe" student tame anvway

imuisanns iron!?. What han han-opened
opened han-opened the--ir not (ullv cUar,
but its been alWot roik were
ihrown at viVational Guardsmen

even before tbr mas at stii.

nil h atnilantt arms Wpnt rparhprf r'afhadf.al

.""J" wiry "Fvrriurueu nilia

car jnany o- r cars were over, y

They lougnt """"."""f he red.

son to drive mo, -m th-
- 'oated British Army from the
scamplandvbattlefield back to
. Vmif-ott.. B,.tt of New Or-

cauuB o --r lito-fi-id i.i was

KS:tHat:iargc
1U w. .. .,i,sr should suf-

".PrQmina- defeat

'.at the hanas m. a "f:"
vh raeed army came trom

VhoSaJewn that battle
2" wade good Napoleon f pre-

be

The other! Zonian present was
Fred de V. Sill a retired Canal
admeasurer who came-home from
World War I with a distinguished
record. Sill was sent to Washing-
. o .oni.aaantat.ivpr nf .the ; A-

merican Legion Department of the
Canal Zone; of which he i a past

commander, i .

Bidders, who is believad to

be one of the very few people
ever to have received a Con- (
gressional Medal of Honor for
peacetime service, was 9ven the
ward after his participation in
the rescue of crewmen end sub subsequent
sequent subsequent salvage of the .subma .submarine
rine .submarine Squalus in Boston harbor 20
years ego.
The Unknown Soldiers of World
nr.. it tha Vnrpan War were

TY dl a aim wv w ..
laid to final rest in home ground

beside their World war r comraqe

who had slept alone tor fi years.
Tha mash nt cannon and the

.nnir' i-ifiaa -fell cilpnt'-at 4:05

p.m. and a last taps, sounded for
the men who gave their lives -and

Inst. 'the r names lor ineir.. couu-

iir: 1 ' , r.,

Prpsidprtt Eisenhower ahd oth.

ers came to do them honor. They
stood beneath ; a .white. marble

Threat On Life

Of Finn Leader ;

Believed. A Hoax

HELSINKI, May.Sl (UPI) iPoL oufwa

on two black caissons, each,
drawn by six gray horses, i ;
A Navv band sounCed olf with

rufiles and' flourishes and then

moved into a hymn as the trans.
for was pnmnlpteH'. Thpn hppan

the historic procession down Con.

summon Avenue past ine wasn.
ington Monument and around the
Lincoln Memorial to Arlington
Cemetery.

Field (nine hnftmeA anA pnhnincr

salute from the Virginia side cf

the Potomac1 and an estimated

115,000 persons gathered along the
way to watch the caissons pass '.
Most -Of the men doffed their

hats in salute. Occasionally chil

dren' Droke tne respectful silence
with applause and were; quickly

As tfiA miUfarv hnnrlQ tnarrlipH

ed betweenthe patriotic marches

field maae ro"u T.t fciri

- .the Mississippi vw(f
" fome a worUppwer. .

t American nation- w .,
unified under -one ji :tn(iav
V finral wreath was laid toaay
' .t the base of the Chalmette mon
- this nation. it, it,-The
The it,-The inscription engraved on the
"marble statute reads: Dum tacen
clamant-although th are : Silent
they cry. out. .. : j : .,.
" DIET TO MEET -''

, cd Diet (Parliament) will meet

In special session June w wj
ignate the new -Premier,, it, was

Premier Nobusuke Kishi is as as-"
" as-" sured of re-election In view of the
victory of his Liberal Democra Democra-'tic
'tic Democra-'tic Partv at the noils. The Par-

li"nopt also will elect a speaker
End vice speaker of the House.

lice rushed rein'orcements to .Hel .Helsinki's
sinki's .Helsinki's Seutula Airport today after

a tnreat on tne lite ot t-resiaeni
Urho Kekkonen on his return

from Moscow.
A telephone call' to the airport
said bomb Would be thrown at
Kekkonen when he arrived there.
"I'll blow up the-whole, piace,'.'
t.lio linirlontlfiod nnllor fiairi

Kekkonen and his party arrived
from Moscow without incident; Po.
lice said they believed the-, warn.

mg" came, form a drunk or pranK
ster.

"We are here- highly -.resolved

. "That these dead
"Shall not have
' "ninfl in vafn

, The bodies of the two unknowns
mora hrnil irVit frnm the Caoitol

where; they had laid in state for

three days under the ,vasi ro ro-tunda
tunda ro-tunda -as-' symbols of the 327,000
Americans who gave their lives

in WnrlH War IT and Korea

Shnrtlv after 1 D.m. the two

rtaclrate wor&.ParriaH hv? 1ft SCrV

icemen down the historic East
steps of the Capitol l-and placed

and the rolling drums of mourn. I A mi)itary gviccs and theA.
lnS- tlantic sidp ve'erans crouDS Dar-

When the procession .crosseQit).in)lt.rf in th. mtAnm f(,r(,monv

The special se.a service aboard
the USS Jasper was also conduct

ed though rain ten during tne od od-servances
servances od-servances in Panama Bay.
T.inrnln'a lotf ennrcrh aHHrocc waft

rprit.pd hv Opnrse H. Wales. -Jr..

son of Rear Adm, G. H.- Wales,

commandant of the 15th Yanal Dis

trict.

Memorial Bridge,.- jet .. planes

flashed overhead in salute.
t Tha bpavv hrnnzp. coffins drD.

ed with the nation's colors were

placed on black shrouded carts

and wheeled into the wnne co

umned Arlington Cemetery Am Am-nhitheater.
nhitheater. Am-nhitheater. six body bearers to

each casket.

Mpmhprs of Congress. the Su.

preme Court, the military leaders

of the land, diplomats, meaai oi
Honor 'winners were present.

The vice president, wno naa
followed the procession in his car,
took up his place in the apse of
the Amphitheater. The President
stood behind the caskets.
A trumpeter sounded attention
and the mourners stood in silent
tribute for two minutes. The wail
of a child- could be heard and the
- (Continued on Page 10)

TliMiiAAmmnnrlmrf JlffiiA nf iho

Nfaval communications station, Bal

boa gave tne--aqaress at sea. we
ie r'mHr P F Pnnpannniir

Following memorial prayers by
1.1 : . it., : 1 1 H'

cnapiains. oi uiej uirt-e laiuis, u
floral tribute was scattered on the

sea, and an elght-mn squan trom
the U.S. Army-Caribbean fired a

vnllev Thpn Tans -were soundpd.

At Paraiso,' an Army color guard

and ougier wok pan in me Alter
noon ceremonies.

r- V ....

orders, were -given ? p'"'

the. National Guard from the
siege, lines. u

';ibwas Jioped that.v today's exit
from the .University would brin?
a peaceful end to an episode in
national history- which has taken
eight- lives by official count, and
several" more by unofficial esti

mates. '

The movement of students
and o'bors beffn preliminary
nimW'ns's more tnan two weeks
aroNvhMi it ws renorfed In. lo-,
cr! da'Iies that some 000 high
school stndenls were nlannlng a
protest at lafk of school facili facilities
ties facilities and that: some new huild huild-jngs
jngs huild-jngs had not been ;. completed,
and old ones not repaired, in
time for'.; the opening of the
school year early In May. 1

fW'tviHaw 'ivfav' IB."' the' nrfsS

nnptil students would Call for

th rpsirnation of Minister ot

Education Victor N. Jnliao. Alter

a mass-meet-nff at ania Ana

wio. hot nihf thpv demonstrat-

.a iA w i J thp Presidenp'a.

cir in i v ...... ....

thnnsfh tboy knew presiaent Er

nesto de la Guardia, J r.j was m
the Interior to keep a previous
engagement Without consu'tin?
about an appointment, students
said they -would be back Mon'Jay
morning.

Safety Council Alarmed As Holiday

Dcaih Tell Scars Toward A Record

CHICAGO. Mav 31 (UPIT- The

KTotinnnl Safntw Pnnnril said to

day it feared the nation's highway

death toll mignt nit an aiiume

high for a three day Memorial Day
weekend.."' vi ''.'.;.',
" The. 'council aaid it was "alarm

ed" over the soaring rate of high

way slaughter. -; : .-"The
"The .-"The toll has been alarming over
ninht nnrl iinlpsK this is changed.

we are headed for an all-time high
for Memorial- Day,'.'-a-.council

spokesman said. ;
A TTnit.pii Prpss International

count at 10:00 a.m. showed at least

121 persons had been killed on tne

highway since the holiday week weekend
end weekend began at 6:00 p.m. Thursday.
Tho nvornll rasnaltV toll WaS

185, of which 34 drowned, fivewere

killed in plane Crashes ana uieu

. mioaa! onnniia anpinOtlri. .

Npw York led the nation wun ai

1inef 11 Aaa A Aft tha -rnadwavs.

Pennsylvania closely followed witn

a toll ot 10, ana men came uu uu-nois
nois uu-nois with nine. Ohio with eight and

Til nn a rtaH tho larCPfit OVerai

casualty total with 18 dead, mine
An tiinKiiFita fitro Kr HrnumiTlSf and

four through miscellaneous accid

ents.' :i ; :.

fV .A i y ' 'J' ' rib (S; 1 n
, 5 rt trnain t- m...wiwom
Miiiihilfliiilfnttifiai :i M f-j.Minawiii
... .i '..-;,.,, v:'. w .;'.."'ij'i ;''." C;i! I. v ,t. .f'v.'., 'r'-i V;. V;' :.:.( ,i ( 4: ,;'''''': f'V, 'ri'?0

ATi avtt nfrMOPTu n&Y FRVirf Gov. William Potter was principal speaker ftt Memorial Day services held at Mt
"HSteTSn
participated 1 in the services. The 79th Army Band played appropriate music and taps, was sounded by a. Marine squad from
Rodlman. (U.S. Army Photo) ; V 1 k ;

turned, some burned.

v .Usipg n)ht.ticks, tearpas and t,
sabres, Guard tried to disdere
students, in the melee, a student 1

at the Arts and Craft School re

ceived a blow in the chest from
which, he died. His heart and both

lunns were crusnea. v

Angry students-retreated to
the National Institute. Next
they .demanded th nusW efv
th three ton officials of the
National Guard.
-A orm,n nf wnntan ilAmnnn..

1 r- : vi.L.t, ubuiuilfl.
trators culled ort" the President
usinj highly disrectful -and
threatening language, one sav savins;:
ins;: savins;: "If the Guard chiefs are not
out, you will go too." r
Bv rsdio the President sa!d be
would receive nv 'srroun wh'h

came bt, siiT9,nie time m a ge ;
nuine spirit of discussion. t
pi'!', i.i-V .;(.;;':.' '-' ';
H also nofed Panama snend
27.S. porcent of her national
hurljet for education, the ar-l
test, fn thl aresj. (ColomWa's
. has 'u1- hepn ried J(l -cnt).
fe rUff-ft that bis isdmf

rtri"fln n(i ieen tne "rts n
rive fie xchooibnoks, that 20 1
new school had been created!
, this year, and 39 new bulldincsj
nut up Including two bir one
in Panama and one in Colon.'
Tti" students were unmoved

but Wednesday was quiet. J

Thiirsrtav'''Tnorriin9r f fturi'd

roadblocks of psrbage cans put

up bv youne ann omer nooniums
on all streets entering the down downtown
town downtown area.

rrVia ctata nf sipffP was ripri&r-

u.w.U w O "
ed and the National Guard went
out and restored order.
That night, in a "truce" stu students
dents students were moved by bus to the

National university. At too wore,
thev planned to march out foi
another demonstration toward

the Presidencla. Guardsmen sur

rounded- It. fSiS :: yy '1 7,

rrti vhav hppri there evei

since, while the rest of the cltj
and country; returned to normal

Soviet Fpreiah

Minister

To West Envoys ;

mncrnw Mi it f TIPIV Soviet

iuvuvu j, -
foreing minister Andrei GromyM

held talks witb American amoas.
sadof LleweUyn B Thomspon to,
day.'-'i-v;':- -'.,

Thet American EmDassy aeenn,
ed comment, but it was announc.

ed here the talk&; were connecies
with preparation ; for projected
mit talks. hP-':-:'' :

British ambassador. Sir Patnc,
Reiily saw Gromyko on the sam
matte? last; Wednesday. Frend
ambassador Maurice. Dejan prob
ably will see him next week..
All three western embassies an
' maintaining silence on.. tbe inv
. aatlons. :.



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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPEE
SATURDAY, MAY 51. 13.-8

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148 Maoisom Ave New Vo. ? .
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Still Trying to Get a Nose Cone
Through the thick Political Atmosphere
Labor News
And ; :
Comment
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BIX MONTH in

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THIS- IS YOUR PORUM THI READERS OWN COLUMN
- Tke MiS to ia eeea ear at T Anara
Ultin.m Mivia gratahitty aae art 81414 to a whatly ceaMeatwl

If aa aeaMbate a letter deal

azt aay. Letteia an puBlished ia tka ar4ar receive.
Im rra I ka the lattara limit a" re ana aifa lenfth.
Meat at letta writart ia haM ia rtrkteat ceafieeace,
Tbii aewtpaeer enemas aa respeaiibilirv tat tfsteaieatt ai aptalow
exartu' to letteio (rem readera.
THE MAIL BOX

BUREAUCRACY

Sir:

Thi more I see of Latin American bureaucracy, the more I
am staggered by its complete ineptitude. The slowly tuwtog
. Xeis ol oWclafdom are infuriating in any county 6ut to this
oart of the world bumbling government olficlals get so bogged
SoVa V theKn gutior!s that the average Or ngo unlor unlor-tJat.enough
tJat.enough unlor-tJat.enough to have anything to do with-them is liable to be
a nervous wreck before he sees any prospect of getting satia-
JaCtAnfriend of mine applied for a work permit in Panama City.
she wm assured she cortd work In the p"
toe necessary forms. Every time sheeturned to to epart-
:ment concerned expecting- to collect the WJpA
Sore documents which they had apparently lorgoUenJ before.
On at least eight occasions she had to retunrwith diplomas,
references photostat copies and translations of documents.
Then finally nearly three months latershe was Informed
peremptorily that It was no good her applying In the first place
because a law had been passed two years ago forbidding, em employment
ployment employment of foreigners in her capacity and the only way she
could eet a permit was to marry a Panamanian.
Furthermore they refused to let her have the documents
back, saying it was a rule that once document entered their
office, they stayed there. Fortunately her embassy was able to
retriAVfri?n"ofamrine who recently motored to Peru wanted to
sell his jeep when he arrived in Lima. There was a law against
this and he did -not want to ship the vehicle back .to the States.
T go he drove up to the police headquarters, presented his
felicitations to the commandant and aimbunced. they could have
his Jeep as a gift. But he had reckoned without Latin Amer American
ican American bureaucracy. Through "official channels'; it took him three
months to give his Jeep away and was not allowed to leave the
country until the. transaction was "fjgj cheaper

LOSING
Sir:

' I contemplated deeply before deciding to write this letter.
United States Justice and freedom that one hears about daily
seems to be something preached but not practised I am wing
to dte a few instances which have cost the United States
friends, especially In the Americas. w ;
-Radio Free Europe kept encouraging the- people of Buda Buda-'nest
'nest Buda-'nest to revolt and throw off the yoke of communism. There
was an Implicit promise that when the Hungarians rose US
;heln would be forthcoming.. We all know what happened when
they tried to revolt. The help was not forthcoming, and the
; Freedom Fighters of Budapest paid with their lives for the lack
,0ltA Canal Zone wail (was fined' for taking it upon herself
to punish a peeping torn, while in Formosa, an American court court-martial
martial court-martial treed a US of fleer, who shot a peeping torn to death.
Now let's taket the case of the students who are presently
ervjng time In Canal Zone, Jails, Over-and over attain we have
heard Canal Zonlans asking us ( why Idon't we do something
about the situation; In panama For vpetter WjTor worse, the
students believed thev wer trying1 to d Just that. Then cir circumstances
cumstances circumstances obliRed ,them to .enteir the 'Canal Zone, and they
were Jailed for trespassing, V s t
Does the United States belong to the Organization of Amer American
ican American States? Do the Canal Zone courts know that when there
Is an internal conflict in any of the American countries persons
are allowed to seek political asylum without being charged with
If those same students had gone to the United States Em Embassy
bassy Embassy the ambassador could not have refused them asylum. But
going into the Canal Zone is something different Maybe the
Canal Zone is independent from the United States.
I know that some kind of international understanding has
been transgressed by the Jailing of the students, and I know
they will never forget it. There may come a day when Canal
Zonlans have to. take refuge in Panama. If I Were; a Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian Judge at -that time I would give them tit: for tat. Among
these Jailed studerits are some future leaders of Panama, 'The
US will have to ask them then: for radar 'sltesv ttnd other con concessions.
cessions. concessions. The treatment-thev are currnt4yi receiving; will, .not
b mnch help to the US at that time. rr T'-'it' i

... Anoiner wiing, wny. is iv ua uie inuwu.owvca u
matlc relations, with Russia,, yet does not want other; countries
. to do the same? 2.
. t when President Elsenhower's brother reaches; Panama we
ar not going to spit on him, but If he moves around to meet
the people of the country, rather ahan4.tnerly 'the rulers, we
wlU certainly let him know What the United ; States is losing
friends in Latin America, -''yyi.--':
See how qulcklv Colombia got a loan the other day? It was
becausa the US claims there are Reds there.
, i Remember Curundo

COMPARE SCHOOLS WITH
Br;

What does "Non-Isolationist" mean by stating Junior Col -.
lege students have no opportunity to participate in any form of
cultural life?.
It seems to me this man makes the mistake of many Canal
Zonlans when he attacks the' Junior College and the general
level of opportunity for student culture. .He says he has ob observed
served observed many states schools. Well doesn't he, without realizing
it, expect to find all the good points he observed all over the
United States available In this one small locality?
-. Is he comparing Zone schools with those of the bigger east eastern
ern eastern cities, or In the smaller and highly Intellectual New Eng England
land England New York State, or Pennsylvania 'communities? If so the
local curricula might suffer on some counts; be outstanding In
others.
Let him get the population of the Atlantic and Pacific
ides (together the civyies are about 40,000, both US citizen and
non-US). Then let him go to the library and look up some
towns of those sizes in six representative States East, West,
Middle. Suppose he compares the schools with those towns, just
to be fair.. ,.'..'-
Ill be surprised Indeed If Zone schools don't come off top
best by a large margin. Regardless oft degrees held and they
have plenty teachers here are in the main more cultured in individuals
dividuals individuals than those. I've seen teaching In several big-city
chools.' ..

Cultural opportunities? How many students fought to hear
Lennie Bernstein and the New York Philharmonic? I saw few.
Students don't avail themselves of various cultural events that

come to Panama at less than states prices. Afraid to come in
town? No, Just not interested. ;
And for home-grown culture, students are welcomed in the

Theater Guild, archaeological
League, jNaiurai History society
interest.

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By VICTOR RIESEL
CHICAGO In the New York
national tieadquaners of tne Com Communist
munist Communist Party, U.S.A., there re recently
cently recently arrived directives froai
Moscow for "penetration" of Am America's
erica's America's nerve system the rail

lines. Chicago, with 34 rail lines
converging on i.. is the solar
plexus of this system which some
day may have to hurtle men and
machines to some boundary or
port of embarkation.
It is no surprise, therefore, that
the Communist time-table calls
for the shifting of their national
headquarters here.
There are cynics abroad in the
land who will laugh and say
there's too much Alfred Hitchcock
type intrigue in all this. But the
nine top Communist Party lead.
ers who make up their new Na-
tTional Executive Committee the
American pPraesidium will not
laugh. .-
They will wonder who betrayed
them or talked out of turn about
their orders to null "sleeoers" out
for other industries, and switch
tlhem to the rails.
It Is fact that the American
.section of the Kremlin's Inter-;
national action aacretarlut has
.ordered its agents, to "concenU.
rata" an the U.S. railroads.
ItT is fact that the rails have
bean singled out as the primary
target o fCommunist activity for
the next year or more.
It is fact that the American Com
munist Party has responsed with
plans for the reorganization of Us
members inside the railways in
to a national network instead of
having each member operate
merely as part of a general neigh neighborhood
borhood neighborhood cell. r
ItT is fact that loyal Party mem mem-bers
bers mem-bers are being dispatched now to
various key cities throughout the
country including this one.
They are under orders .to set up
special "railroad clubs : in these
districts. These clubs are the un units
its units whichi are being woven into a
national netTwork under a' single
director now in New York, but
soon to operate out of Chicago.
Impact on the security of our
country if the cynic will p"ardon
and old-fashioned phrase which
the Communists may have in the
new concentration are too obvious
for detailing here.
There are those who say that
tThe Communist Party organiza organization
tion organization is about as effective as a
Prohibitionist rally in a Skid Row
SalOOn.-- :'. Ti:":-.- .-:..,
Could be But it took Communist
Parties of less than 3,000 members
in Peru --and Venezuela' to shake
our .world., The American:.. Com-
mumsi rany can muster n more
than that number ; at OubDc ral.
lies where ; all Sthe participants
t Irnntir Ik.aW .K.mh.J FPU:
;ivuuvr mJ -iUCUig.. vuaci YVU. 11118
past May;Day;V'the official" Com-.
munist-'Party packed New York's
Carnegie Hll with 2,500 disciplin disciplined
ed disciplined Communists who roared' when
the chairman William L. Patter Patterson,
son, Patterson, shouted, The future 4s our.'
At -the lot Angeles May Day
rally, 1,200 turned out. Thou
; ends erf others, in agjiregiH,
came' out to lesser meetings
across the land. Lustily they
sang vthe1 i Internationale'';
shouting again and again that
the "International Soviet shall
be tThe human race,"
Certainly the Communists have
the manpower. They have enough
to operate insida the rail system
and a score of other industries as
well as in another directed drive
to exploit the heartbreak of the
unemployed. Already Party liter
aiure is oeing ounaiea off to their
workers in industrial sections. Ad
ditional macerial is beine written
m ew xorx. rt-....
The hne is that Communist op
eratives must now say that there
is a common ground between un
ions and the Communistst o fisht.
as in the old days, to provoke all
sorts o: militant action by the
jobless.
'..
BUILDING PLANS TOLD
NEW YORK. (UPD Plans for
a sio million residential and shoo
pmg development in Tulsa. Okla..
nave oeen announced by the Lone
Tk-li -4 T A if l
oeu oivtsum uz luiernauonai raper
CO.
About 1S00 A.D., Leonardo
da Vinci recorded the first seri
ous plans for heavier-than-air
flight Da Vinci, as did many
another man later, modeled his
machine after a bird. He da da-signed
signed da-signed some very clever wings
which were to be strapped, ta-i
a man's back, but as far as is
known, never built a set.
Britannic Jr. Zneyelopadlt
AVENGES FATHER
SEOUL, Korea (UPI) Lea Ok
Yi wanted seven years to avenge
his father, executed by North Ko Ko-reah
reah Ko-reah troops after betrayal by an
informer, police quoted him yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Police' said Lee, 18, sur surrendered
rendered surrendered and confessed he shot
and killed Na -Duk-Whan, t h e
man who turned Us father over
to the Reds.

Walter Winchell

MAN DOING A COLYUM
The Francioso Sagan drama drama-ballot
ballot drama-ballot at the Adelphi V typical,
ly Sagan. Includes two seduc seduction
tion seduction episodes. Gee.whii... The re.
port that Elia Kazan may direct
Mike Gazzo's "Night Circus" dra
ma is good news. Gazzo knows
how to put words on fire and
Kazan keeps 'am bluing. ..Four
currant novels deal with college
life. Rahrahrah.The lowly Lin.
non sisters are a great assist to
Lawrence Wilk's mallow swlT
lodias... Van Cluburn, the pian.
ist-wondar, Is' .the new. pet : .of
teen-age dolls. Hollywood will
probably shower him with offers
...A pair of Off-Broadway dra.
mas deal with morticians. They.;
're comedies, Eaekl... Never.
giv.up note: G. B. Shiw wrote
fivi flop novil..-,NwswteH a
musingly dascribas-John O'Hara,
as "The Proust af Pannsylvai
nil"... Edna Farbar's "Jee fa.'
lace" bat-$illrf has a wow open,
ing linei f HWry third Woman Woman-you
you Woman-you passed ;on Gold Street in
Baranof was young,; pretty and
pregnant." f ., Av!.;jjf -.
: t jrt?-f ',.;'.':;' :;1
s: $ 'S- '':'- rf.i
' Another merry sound' ln thd lilt
ing "Gigi" score is ."She Is Not
Thinking of Me,K.. Qary Cooper
pointed out:;, "I keep working ana
still I never earn any keeping mb.
ney. When you're n, the 90 perl
cent' tax-bracket;' vou take it oft
the chin," Welcome to-, the : club
up. The "Ten North Frederick"
duu... iviuvies navts iKuuy -uuwu
IHCKer stresses nie tuuuery uieiue
...Nothing more eyetractive than
the East Side spot decorated with
Al Hirschfe'd's stage caricatures.
Pen-and-mkspirations... C B Si s
"Camera Three" remains one of
the better Tall Forehead prog,
rams. Culcha that won't borya....
in a word, an ingratewho gets
lucky, is a flopcess.
The news.photo of Mickey Boo.
ney and his 8-year.old heir re.
veals that the youngster is. an a
mazing replica of Pop. right down
to the last freckle... incidentally
Van Cliburn's full name is Har

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OFFICE IN PANAMA
109 Central Ave. at
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HOURS:
' From 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m..
liATURDAYSrrom.00"a.mrto"ri:Off-noon-

Mi

vey Lavan Cliburn..No-Hum. Kim
A!mra.tr' latAc-r VAmann. eVimilrl'
"V'Oft m AVIUBIIVC 0UVM1U
enuure for several neaunncs... u.
migosh! A major French newspap newspaper
er newspaper seriously reported mat the 0.
S. has concentration camps.The
smartoon on the Saturday ; Re Re-view'.s
view'.s Re-view'.s page 33 is funneee...Ron funneee...Ron-aid
aid funneee...Ron-aid Colman, tne gifted star wno
passeu, once observed:, "uon't try
io Decome a star. Work haru auu
stardom will come to you." (Troo).
What makes a 'i songwrite) af
great songwrmr? Irving or.
tin, an authority on the subjacf,'
axplaind it: "Songwriting is
not alone a business or a hobby
with ma..' it's levatytning.'t in
other words, you must be a da.
dicated Indiviiduil... The was
must be over: The hero of a
tiftui Rritith maui ic a Miri m
P lot.,; There's yall-dasarved tri
dui. iin mg io Kiipn)
limy for his; work as President
ot Actor's Equity. Bellamy,- who
js a fine ictor, has given a great
performance as a human being.,
Don't worry about : actors who
do tv commershills. Soma, arn
as much as $150,000 per an.
num.,;. Time mag sums () the
decline of a Scandal magr "It
wan from bad to wori"fc S ?
v Film Bulletin t has J the upbeit
story : of movie biz.: .Extremely
encouraging., Should make movie
moguls stop weeping into their
swimming pools,,; Zsa ; Zsa has
all the' luck. She, attracted page page-one"
one" page-one" pubflcity via -a' Congressional
scolding,' the, same; day she- ilew
into -Washington a'or a nightclub
appearance..One o : the most de delightful
lightful delightful tv commershil's is the
peanut butter jingle. Imaginative.
J. Edgar Hoover's significant ob ob-servation:
servation: ob-servation: "In not' one of the coun countries
tries countries (where the Reds attacked
Nixon) is the Communist Party in
the majorityk", As we have ire
quently pointed ou( Commun Communists
ists Communists have enslaved majorities by
operating as well.organized mino.
rities. Remember it takes .only
one man to be a dictator.
. The new trend in movie houses:
COLON BRANCH:
Front St. at corner
of 7th St.
CARLOS MOUYNES V.
Sub-Manager

'Small, intimate theatres... The

Paramount Tneati'e now oilers cot.
tee service for tiairons... A Lex.
ington Avenue snoo is Deddline a
hand-pahned tie for a mere $125
...film titles are getting warmer.
a mo of new fuckers are tagged
"The Long. Hot Summer." "Hot
Sspet' ana "Summer Love"..Tic,
ket prices for, movies are still ris.
ing, according tQ the U.S. Bureau
Oi Labor Statics... Gander, Dana
Wynter in the "Fraulein". film and
see what a beautiful girl looks like
.. Janjes C; Petrilloi who is retir.
ing as cnief ;o ., the musicans' u.
iuuu, wif ue missea. ne was tougn
but always fair -r- and colorful..:
Esquire's page 106; photo oA Jean
Seberg he ps explain why girjs are
so popular.
The United Slates Nawi.Warld1
Report .wports: ,"Amidfall talk
of peace, the world is actually
at war. Fought for propaganda,
intrigue subversion. Aimed at
objectives greater than those of
many a major shooting war."
Hmf. For reporting that fact
years ago, the Rip Van Winkles
called a warmonger.. Pre.
viewers insist that the movie var
sion of 'No Time for Sergeants'
will pay a hefty divided for Ha
and Ha and Co... Moredith Will,
son,; Th Music Man's" music
man, once played a picolo with
the New York Philharmonic.
A half-doien current flickers are
based on bast llar... The high
light, of J'Tha Visit" drama is the
expertly-directed scene at the
railway station whan Alfred
Lunt tries to escape. Mr. Lunt
really conveys th sickening tar tar-ror
ror tar-ror of a faar.haunted man..
-A. J. Cronin's latest novel "The
Northern Light," is .an : engross,
ing tale about a newspaperman.
He sketches the world of journa1.
ism in an authentic manner. Er.
nie Kovacs valentine for his bride
Edie Adams, in an interview:
"She's honest, she's good, she's
beautiful. Only, thank God, she
doesn't know she's beautiiul"..Ex.
pose: Stave Allen writes poetry..
Marlene ; Dietrich speaks French,
English and German. Her beauty
speaks an international lingo, how
ever... Tony Perkins memorized
his lengthy difficult role in "Look
Homeward, Angel" in one day..
Teevee offers about 323 shows ev.
ery week. Broadway has approxi approximate
mate approximate y ,70 shows a season and
Hollywood turns out about 200 flic,
kers a year.
Chaster. Marris' performance in
the "Blue Denim", drama rates
a Stardust trophy... F. Sinatra's
common-sense: "Luck is only im.
portant in so far as getting the
chance to sell yourself at the right
moment. After that, you've got to
have talent and learn how to use
it." Ini brief, you must be lucky
enough to have ta ent... Maurice
Chevalier's home (in France) is
decorated with many metal ash.
trays shaped and colored ike his
famous straw skimmer.. Headline
"Rep. Burdick, 79, Sues Bride, 30,
for Spurning His Love." "Rep.
Burdick is a CongressMAN.
: Why it's tough to secure for hit
shows: Most legit playhouses have
about 1,000 quat-spots, or less...
When the visiting Moscow dancers
witnessed "The West Side Story"
they described it as "too sexy."
The show now proudly uses that
quote in its adverts... It's always
a good show when Eva Gabor
breezes into a joynt. So many gen.
tlemen blow kisses and several"
gallants even kiss her paw .Dahl.
ing, it's vunderul!... Suzy Park Park-er's
er's Park-er's strange quote: "I haven't gi.
ven myself a chance yet to be
a woman; When I do, IM prob.
ably be one with a vengeance".
The Desilu empire also includes
Vast real estate holdings...- Why
eolyummsts gray young: We boost,
ed a report about tranquilizers in
the New Yorker mag. now a read read-er
er read-er writes and asks where she can
read it... France doesn't need an.
other Napoleon as much as ""if.
needs anomer laiayeiie.

WASHINGTON Big. broodinj
.... ... ... sn V tilal

ne sorred up headliucs around
-J. ."- v'1"1 tUu4ic appeal
to his golden-haired wiie, Coya, lof
hu v-.igreM du come home io
mm in Minnesota.
iik; uuui is ,uai he allowed him.
self to be used by her political e
v-ae uvtaase ne was s.,r at hpr
for refusine m n3U i wn.
me story behina the incident
ow rwcueu mis coiumn iroiii
the famous- Red River: Valley
..-oaearui- ioik sent conirdss
.Uj uow itdcaeu iiiis coiumn iroiii
woman Jinulson to Washingion.
is paiuenc siory 01 au alco alcoholic
holic alcoholic husband who lived on hand hand-ju.s
ju.s hand-ju.s from nis wiie ana threa.pni-.rf
tn .mharrot. ho. ;T; '.u' .Z"
. v, Fuuuvduy wncn
uie money cu. m . p. ,nrm.
oil k cu- 01 ie'-
aU, he swore his undying ,o,e
it. all hA cunra hie lln.

lor ner -,uve;'''ause .anucipated i would

A nHv hao on unfop i 11 t 1

j u .uwiuiuie wean- 1 am indeed deeply eratpfnl fr
ness lor dnnK that has senr him the manv favnr L g. , lc
to vhe hospital repeatedly ,or treat 'me upoTthe occasion 5 ?.?
men to overcome alcoholism. For visit..1! have reauS inh"Jr "l

years, ne piew nis wiles

on cosily urinking sprees and
sponged off her between binZ
ShA nalrf nf hi. li:, .'
penses, bought him a 1955 Plym Plym-outh
outh Plym-outh and kept him in cigar money
uie snioKes 01 a aayv
1Tn tV.A .!, f-k: !J- -i
L.S.5V-Mlu."?. V .lue, ,siie
two-story hotel she owns in Oklee,
Minn,.
. r: r;; ; s:
LETTERS OF NO CREDIT
Several ia.. usaio, jjwever,
her patience or her money appar
ency ran out. uttiee mercnama re
ceived a letter from her, warning
that ch. nn)H
good her .husband's debts.
It is no secret around Oklee that

Andy threatened .o sell out to hV" i-?.", .mm. l0T ?:ielinf

insf jss?-s?-
seen huddling with L. J, Lee, hus hus-ky
ky hus-ky organizer for the International
union,,, oi uperatmg Engineers,

uuu oi uperaung engineers, "Is thin Bpmarrf v Pniino t
io has been struggling with the!asked. ernard Goldfine? I

Congresswoman for control of the
Democrat-Farmer-Labor Party in
the Red River Valley,.
Anoy made some statements
which Lee circulated around the
district to emharrass rnnW0ci:,
man Knuison. iBut she survived
he political attack and defea ed
he Lee faction decisively. Again
ee challenged her leadership at
e nr?v'? district conven'ion ear earlier
lier earlier this month at Crooks on, Minn.
Before the convention. Lee heln.
ed Andy draft three appeals to his

wife to" give up her Congressional!. r hMliprlpA1., ',mc
seat for the sake of their family SL'f?"

life. Two were circulated at the
political powwow but failed to ov.
erfhrow the Co 'wesswoman and
her supporters. It was the third
appeal that was released ,to ,.tbe
newspapers.
Anuy is now sorry he did it. To
neld him, Coya; refuses to say
,,'hy he,jdid ,itn ,.r eviO
' NEWS NUGGETS ':' '
Murmurs against Milt Warn-
" s. have reached ihe State De Department
partment Department that Communist agi' ators
are planning the "Nixon treat treatment"
ment" treatment" for v Ike's brother Milton
Elsenhower; who is scheduled to
tour Lalin America next month.
It will be up to the State Depart Department,,
ment,, Department,, not the Secret Service, to
arrange protection jfor Milt from
hos'ile mobs.'
Meanwhile the State Depart Department
ment Department is investigating whether Ve.
nezuelans tamoered with its-talc.
pnones after trie J at ack on Vice
President Nixon in Caracas. While
the American Embassy was re
porting crucial details of the at attack
tack attack to Watfiin"ton, the phones
were mysteriously cut off.
Air-to-qrounrf gosio Mrs. Cur.
tis Le Maj, wife of the Air Force's
No. 2 eenera', made several radio-telephone
calls from her hu--bn'''!i
lne.o friends in the
nited States during their recent
fl'M o N"w Zealand. She gossip gossiped
ed gossiped gaily about the alf'' nde and
jfieH n the nw vr;-i35 jet tran transport
sport transport they were flying.
Religious Leader
; ACROSS KB Century
1,5 Religious V
leader,- fi0Di
. Piui 81 Exist
8 He is ot 2 Writing
the Roman
Catholic
implements
DOWN
1 Quick
exnlosiva
church
1 12 Poems
13 Age
sound
.14 Shield bearing 2 Harem room
15 Ago SFootlikepart
16 Wife ot 4 Compound :
Aeglr (myth.) ether
17 Medicinal 8 Dry (comb.
pellet- form)
18 Self-esteem Masculine
20 Jumbled type
21 Hideous
monster
23 Spring, for
instance
27 Winglike part
28 Rows
30 Cardinals
appellation
7 John (Gaelic)
8 Pueblo
Indians
9 Assam
silkworm
10 Entire
11 Delaware (ab.;
! wears -
! hat
32 Through
33 Narrow inlet
34 Scottish river
33 Organ of
hearing
36 Abstract being
37 Feminine
) appellation
; 38 Female
I saint (ab.)
39 Scornful
i grimace
41 Sick
42 Russian
storehouses
44 Sea eagle
46 Musical note
47 Golf mound
48 Papal
51 Since
S3 He lives in
Vatican
87 Mountain
(comb, form)
'B8Maler-"

The Air Force says the plane's
penoruiance is not secrei and tue
.JOiU-ieiCDUOiltt tailinmn nuH.,1

tcs,ing anyhow
M..lt..owx l0' Truiillo Domini
can dictator Rafael Trujillo, wh
is cohering American aid while
his snn tn,..j "7
lywoou m0Vie s"rs T!s an act
in.tha.hn1. ; tir. -V c.e
. ",'ngion. i i
letter written o Trniiiin hu m.JT
ie. Eiseniiower's influence-DedtiTi
brother-in-law, Col L don Moire?
L Th nnriat., S??n ioor'
Senate investigators, declares- I
have not written to you previous previous-LtVxpress
LtVxpress previous-LtVxpress my deep gratitude
"' .
wx uic many courtesies which
you extended to me when r i.t
' ,B wnen 1 ,ast
visited your lovelv countrv Z
icause : iVd anticipated t Pwoufd
won reiurn ana do so
! 0 Z 1 hv Cnrf Vnrf tn aeUver h,
.bL?!?A ?,nd to exP Per.
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GOLDFINE FOUND :
While this column was'invesii-
ratine textile t v e o o n
ine's troubles with the Fed-
' ed calls to hi. lT'tt TX
'f?,- '? m.s oostoa office, took
joff secrefly fo- "'ashingon! imd
"gistered at the Sheraton Carlton
Sawyer Dder the name ol Bernar1
.uespite his phony Vame, this
.?,.. i ,r, .""? ""
i d tried Sriv.i? ,D u'e 20?
.irea to give him rhan to
, The .FTC h'.d sof..o.dled
oc errriinnf u:. f i ..
sat?
man Adams.
A quiet voice answered (he phone
111 II1S 3UILR.
"Yes," came the renlv
"I identified myself-, with the
Drew Pearson cn'-i m'.
blurted tha vni "i Vh-
- Dlurte(1 tfc.e voice, and (he receiv-
there is no GoMi'lne here!
er was slammed down-
WASHINGTON WHIRL
The Senate Foreign: Relations
Commi.tee, taking its cue from
the State Department has ordered
staff members not to talk to re
porters... resident Eisenhower's
recent helli
y, o-Tv pv. uitoa twip

Hager:yi" idea.. He' ursed' lkar to-

answer embarr Ink questions by
firing sharp questions .-aaek a? the
reporters, an old Hager'ty technique...-?
... r
ried for fear the .Democrats may
win the November Vied frn bv too
big a landslide.-He has told friends
privately a majorit 1 of 30 is
all he wa ll to control the House.
If the1 Democratic e-1fc is too bi.
Rayburn says the Democrats will
share the Mame for the countrV
ills and will have, a rougher lime
winnin the White House in I0...
Pennsylvania's Congressamn John
Dent, lonp-time Deiiocrtic lead leader
er leader in the State Legislature before
he won tb seat of the late Con
gressman Augustine Kelly, is ore
of the mos; nromisinjr freshmen
on Caoitol Hill.. .Speaker Rayburn
is, trying to slip through a bill,
boosting the price of natural gas,
as an- anti-recession measure. He
may be tripped no, however, by
A proiin of mavors;1erf H Phils,
delohia's fighting Mayor Richard
son Dilworth. s
VOTE FOR ACQUISITION
MILWAUKEE UPD Stock Stockholders
holders Stockholders of Cutler-.; Hammer Inc.
have-voted in favor of acquiring
Airborne Instruments Laboratory
Inc.. Mi"eola. N.Y.. i' ws an announced
nounced announced Tuesday. Stockholders of
Airborne Instruments have also
approved the transaction.
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Cap anew
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scarf
40 Footed vase
50 Southern
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51 Eucharistle
wine vessel
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21 Ester of
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25 Appoint
26 Sewing tool
27 Mimics
29 Goddess of
peace
31 Transaction
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JUST ARRIVED in the Canal Zone; are these officers'from various military installations of the United States about to begin a three week jungle orien orien--
- orien-- tation course at the Jungle Warfare Training Center, Fort Sherman. On hand to greet these officers at Albrook were Brig. Gen. Milton L. Ogden, com- 1
mandme general, USARCARIB ; Col. Robert W. Garrett, CO, 1st Battle Group, 20th Inf.- and Maj. Michael C. Chester, commanding officer,. JWTC.- Senior
officer of this group, which arrived at Albrook yesterday is Col. Alston Grimes from Fort Dix, New Jersey, who Is pictured in the back of the group be-'
tween Ogden and Garrett.-(U.S. Army Photo by Sp3 Joe Tomko) ; ,-. ; .- ,- ;- ,: ; .- s.

MANILA. Mav 31 rtlPIV- The

Indonesian government has deri-

ed reports that Red Chinese troops

were arriving in Indonesia to heln

ujasaru crusn tne re Demon on
Sumatra and Celebes, the Indone Indonesian
sian Indonesian embassy here said today.

The embassy said a foreign mi

nistry spokesman In Djakarta den

ouncea as. entirely uniounaeci" u

news agency report that the Indo

nesian goverment had announc announced
ed announced acceptance of Red China's of.

fer to send "volunteers to Indone

sia. ; . ..."

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nesia's avowed policy that no fore foreign
ign foreign air! wmiM Ha flrtmntort in cot

tie Indonesia's internal problems.

ine emoassy said the spokesman
added the eoverment does not want

Indonesia to become a batUe-

gound of foreign interests.

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7

Red Cross Safety Director

Gives Water batety lips

WASHINGTON, May 31 For the (a) Drop your head forward and chapter's water safety classes! If

wiUinm nf Americans who will

take to the water this summer the
American Red Cross today issued
10 safety tips on how to stay a a-float
float a-float and .stay alive
v Summer signals the start of the
aquatic sports season in most sec sections
tions sections of the country and A.JV.
Cantwell, national director of Red
r. safotv Services, said tne

Red Cross tips were being releas

ed with the hope inai wey w.-u
help keep the drowning raie down
AHh m time, the Red Cross

issued a checklist to help you test

your wsier saieijr ..

.' "Swimming is the most popular

single sport in America ioaay,
Cantwell said. "But it t I ) is a
sport that takes a dreacuul toll
in lives every summer. . : ; ;t
, "Being' laftkiri? on or .near the
water is your personal responsi responsibility.
bility. responsibility. Saving lives vs.arts with sav savins
ins savins vour .own. Common r sense

is the most important thing of all.

"No one needs to 'drown;!' ?

Cantwell said that the .following
10 safety precautions will prevent
most drownings:
1. Learn to swim. To save your

life, you can't think of a better'

sport. -i ( ;
2.' Always swim with another
person. Make sure someone is
nearby ; to help if "you get into
trouble.
:, S. Swim In a safe place. The

presence ot meguaros usuaiiy m m-'
' m-' dicates the area is safe for swinv-

4. Know the area, IT!ore div diving,
ing, diving, make sure the water is deep
enough and that thtre are no hid hidden
den hidden objects such as submerged
.rocks.
5. Respect the water and know
. your limitations. Water can be a
good friend or a deadly enemy.

Don't eo beyond safe limits or

your ability.. 1
6. Use discretion. Don't swim
right after .eating or wheta iover iover-heated
heated iover-heated or overtired.
7. Try to remain calm, in case
of trouble. Assume a face up float floating
ing floating position, keep your hands und under
er under water and slowly move your
hands fend feet. .'
8. Keep safety equipment in
your boat or canoe. Unless you're

: really an expen swimmer, it is

i wise, when riding in a small cratt,
to wear.a life vest.
: 9. Stay with your boat or canoe.

Most small craft will floajt, even
when filled with water or overturn-

? 10. Don't -overpower your boat

i A motor too powerful for, your

boat makes it difficult to control

bu may .. cause upseis or omer
accidents, N 1

WHAT IS YOUR WATER
SAFETY p.Q.?
From its 40 years' I loerience
In thii flelH the RH Trnss nffnr.

the following check-list to allow
you to grade yourself on how wai-
: erproof you are: 1
: 1. You are swimming In open

water and get a severe cramp in
your leg. You should:
(a) Roll over to a face-down
i position 'and massage the aching
-part'
.M
X (b) Swim : t shore as quickly
as possible
(c) Tread1 water and call for
helji
2. You are out in a boat in
rough water and the boat capzizes.
1 You whould:
- (a) Get away from the boat.
tread water and eall for help
lb) Try to swim to shore -"
ic) Hang on to- the boat
3. You ane swimming in heavy
surf and find yourself being car.
ried out to sea. You should:
(a) Swim towardi shore at an
ngli
: b) Swim to one tide and not
against the current
C) Stop swimming- and float
wi h the current
A.-. You are walking out Into the
' ... I .... ..A.. J t

move your arms under water dog-

paddle style , (

; (b) Throw up your hand and

yell for help

c) Sink to the bottom and push
oft with your feet to brine your

self up

5. Yon want to test your endur-

ance with some distance swim

ming. You should: ; -j
(a) Ask the lifeguard to keep an
eye on you
(b) Swim parallel to shore

' (c) Arrange for a boat to ac-

cnmnanv vnn

6. You are climbing a pooll

ladder when you notice someone

m trouble behind you, about 4
feet from the side of the pool. Yod
should:
(a) Hold onto the latter and ex expend
pend expend you leg back for him to
reach '
' fb) Call the lifeguard
(c) Swim out to him and bring
him back-to the side
1 SCORING

Give yourself two" points"1, for

each correctly checked blank. The
matimum score posssible is 18
If you scored less than that, bet

ter investigate ; your Red Cross

you reached the top mark, you

might quality tor water saieiy
aide or instructor courses. :

ANSWER

1. (a) The face-down, position
enables you to float while you are
relieving the cramped muscle.
2. (c) BoaiTs usually float.
3. (b) This maneuver takes you
away from the current and con conserves
serves conserves your energy so you can
swim back to shore in a stright
line.
4. (a) and (c) Either way will

you out of ahole. If you use

l y you will conunue to push up

..id down, in a 'bobbing manner,
until you're clear.
5. b) and (c) Even if' a life lifeguard
guard lifeguard could concentrate on a sin sin-g(e
g(e sin-g(e individual, if you swim out.
you must get back. This might
overtax your ability; 1
8. (a) The. easiest and safest

rescue technique is to extend your

reach, whether by an arm, a :eg,
or a reaching pole. Time is the
important factor, therefore b)
would i a secondary answer,
Swimming rescues should be a
last resort unless a person islrain islrain-ed.

Frcni fov York
Visils Pc::ma

Dr. Lawrence B. Hobson. in

ternational medical director of E.

R. Squibb and Sons, New York,

is arriving at rocumen .'. airport
today for a short visit. ;

Hobson's current visit to Ma

nama is part of a South American
trip, -.in which he is consulting

with prominent clinical research
investigators now working with

new Squibb drugs.

Squibb recently introduced in

:I 1

7

14 BvibYetl Dead
As 'PIsn: Crashes
Hear Abbrs
ALGIERS. Mav 31 (UPI)

chartered Air France DC-3 trans transport
port transport plane reportedly carrying 14
military and civilians passengers
crashed in mountains 100 miles
southwest of here early this morn morning.
ing. morning. First reports said ; all aboard
were kiled.- s
Cause of the accident was not
immediately known.
The plane, had been chartered
by the Algiers region- military
command to fly passengers from
Algiers -to Colomb-Bechar : and

Panama Kenacort. which is theltindoud in T'l-saliaw; .
newest oral corticosteroid abail- The -plane left Algiers at 1:09

able.

1

In Panama Hobson will visit

a.m: and went down at 7:45 a.m

Aboard were 10 military pai

sengers, 'bree crew memb"rs and

with several medical investigators an Air France Company tepreS.

and leading institutions. I entative. ')

BACKWARD CIRL-Turnabout
evidently is lair play as
far as Joy Lynn is concerned
as she suns by the sea in Miami,
Fla. While she takes in the
seascape, her backward-flipped
hat keeps an eye on the cam camera's
era's camera's birdie. ,

29 Oil Companies In States

, Indicted For Price-Fixing
ALEXANDRIA, Va. May 31 waWr. and Monsanto Chemical Co

iuvih- A federal grand jury yes-

teraay indicted Ti oil companies on
charges of con'spiring to violate

tne anti-trust laws by fixing prices
of gasoline and crude oil.
Companies reached for com comment
ment comment categorically,' denied the
charges and said they were confi confident
dent confident their position would be sus sustained
tained sustained when they brought to trial.
, The indictment climaxed an in investigation
vestigation investigation whitch the grand jury
started on March 4, 1957. at the

Suez Canal crisis. The inquiry
was ordered after the oil compan

ies put into effect an almost un

iform price rise throughout . the
country.
The jury was convened bv the

Justice Department to hear evid

ence 01 possible collusive price fix fixing
ing fixing in the production, refining,
transportation and marketing of
gasoline and other petroleum pro products.
ducts. products. 1
Companies named in the indict,
ment included Standard Oil of In Indiana,
diana, Indiana, New Jersey and Ohio; the
Texas Co., Saconv Mobil. Phil

lips, Sincalir Skeliy, Sun, Tide-

The Justice Department had n6

inmediate Comment on the indict indictment.
ment. indictment. BuHt indicated K had been

caught by surprise on some of the

charges, and that the Indictment
did not take the form originally
anticipated.
A civil anti-trust suit already is
pending in New York federal court
charging the five of the oil indus industry
try industry th conspiring to engage

in an international cartel to mono

polize trade and keep petroleum
prices high:
A
Defendats in that suit, filed cn

April 21, 1953, are Socony Vacu

um Oil Co.r Gulf OV Corp., .stan .standard
dard .standard Oil Co. of New Jersey, Stan Standard
dard Standard Oil Co., of California and the
Texas' Co.
: The government charged in the

civil suit that the companies since

laa had, "engaged in an unlawful

combination and conspiracy : to

restrain interstate and foreign

commerce of the United States in
Petroleum and jpetroleum s pro

ducts." 1 he companies denied the
charges. ,

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rni An MRS C. A. BEALL, JR, WILL ENTERTAIN AT
llttmwwmtS:ti:ai and mrs.i;.A.uowan
f CoL and Mrs. C. A. BeaU, Jr of Fort Clayton, win enter enter-taDi
taDi enter-taDi at a luncheon en Sunday at the Albrooa Otflcers Club
' in nonor of U. CoL and Mrs. C. A. Rowan. . v
5 CoL Rowan, deputy adjutant general, US Army Carib Caribbean,
bean, Caribbean, stationed at ort Clayton has been transierred to the
iSan"Generar. Oflk. in Washington D.C, Ut ano Mrs.
Rowan will leaf the Isthmus on June 4 for his new assign assign-ment.
ment. assign-ment. v, .-. ..-v. .'- ;'" ;

Ooctors' Wives Havo
. i .J Ctrd Part v
TneWtors' Wives Uub held
their final luncheon lor ineea ineea-,oo
,oo ineea-,oo Wednesday. The business
nieeting was conducted by tne
new president, Mrs. Louise .1.4
Wards, who announced ithat there
'would be no further meetings of
the Club until August. Mrs. iNor iNor-man
man iNor-man Wiley, a former president of
jthe -Club and wife of the Director
flf Gorgas Hospital was bid good goodbye.
bye. goodbye. Members played cards -iOl-lowing
tho luncheon and meeting.
Dtsptdida For .J
Mrs. A. G. Kilgren
, Mrs.. A. G. Kilgren, wife of Lt.
Col.- A. G. Kilgren of Fort Clayton
Was tThe guest of honor at a coffee
'given by Mrs. L. M. Gross at her
quarters in Fort Clayton on Thurs
day morning. Col. and Mrs. Kil Kilgren
gren Kilgren are leaving this command
nxt month. y . j :
Miss Alfare Ftted
At Shawer
Miss Annette Alfaro, whose wed
,ding to Mr. Pedro A. Diaz Jr. is
'to take place today, was the guest
of honor at a silver dollar shower
'given this week by the Misses Et Etta
ta Etta Maria Endara, Rita Duran,
'Marfa Arosemena and Elsa Na-
varrete at me norae miss vu
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T Hold Installation :
'i Pedro Miguel AssemblsTNo.,
.will hold its installation this even
ing at 7:30 in the Ancon Masonic
Temple, Miss Sheila Snyder will
,ba installed as Worthy Advisor
" with Miss Helen Nrta.? retiring
.Worthy Advisor as the installing
vmcer. me guesi eueanei wiu
be the Rt. Rev. R. He her Gooden.
A, reception will be held in the
Banquet hall following the installs-

; NOTICE TO MY PUPILS
' v; .'BOTII OLp AND NEW
.MAKE THE MOST OP YOUR SUMMER VACATION
JOIN ONE OF THE MANY CLASSES TAUGHT
AT THE BALBOA YMCA BY
DOROTHY- CHASE
v Eight weeks of fun and opportunity for all ages
s during Juno and July include:
Ballet, Tap. Toe, Baby Classes, Tumhilnir for Boys and
1 Rhythmic Exercises for Women.
s ,Tor further information call Balboa 1751.

By Staffers

tlnn roremnnv. iPirthtl ailti
mends oi itainbow are coroiaay
invuett
Entertain" At Gorge Hospital
xne Cario Louute vti vice Club
at Aiorooic Atu jpunsoieu a
waius oi uoi'gas MOspuai icccm.
ly. Arrangement, lor ine suow
were maue oy iriio.' iitn. uuuui,
UireCiV of variD -uiuage; wan
toe iteu Cross iiieCior i Goifcas
Hospital. Airmen wno pai'ucipi-
ea in tne snow were a-o xooen
M. Foster and Azt John K.i Anils
ri'nmnniprf hv Carlton Allison.
Alcibiades Cliftord, Toas Etrick
and Wilfred Anglin from f anama.
IAWC Installs Officers
At Luncheon Saturday :
The Colon Unii of the Inter-American
Woman's Club held its
installation lunrhpon Saturday at
the Hotel Washingtpn. Sixty mem
bers attended.
The outgoing president, Mrs.
Dorothy Gorin was presen.ed with
a silver cake platter from t b e
members of the Board. Corsages
were presented to the outgoing .and
inrnminff nresiripntft ttd to th
honorary president of the Colon
unit, Mrs, Meioa .rernnnaez.; i
The-newly elected officers for
193A.1)5& are: Mrs. Lulsa Ventura,
pPresident : Mrs." Yvonne Lera
vice-' resident; iars, Virginia ua ua-vi
vi ua-vi 9nit vlpt.nrMldenr: Miss Car
men Grimaldo,v snanish recording
secretary; Mrs. weuie smun, ens ens-lish
lish ens-lish recordingsecretary: Mrs. Ber Ber-tilda
tilda Ber-tilda Benjamin, treasurer; M r
Lolita Vigils assistant Ireasitre",
board members:. Mesdames Delfi Delfi-na
na Delfi-na Munoji." Catita Osorio, Ctmcn
Rntlor Mrv.Vflflneer. Maruia
FnrH T.nrratpp Rio? Gersilrtine
Raigosa, Enid Scott, Edity Perez,
Edith Evans. Eva Badger and Beth
Daugherty. 1 ,j

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tied aotke toi iacluswa in this
column ihtuld tafeviNid m
t-wr(tto laim and mail
the boi flumbai luttd 4ni in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Othorwoo," Or 4llvrd
. ky kiti to the otHca. NotMct ut
MOtingt cannot bo Mcootoa M
; HifphenO. - '- :i
Albert Einstein Institute
to Have Bake Sal
the tummntee of mothers of
UlC fUUCtfc laaajottaaa auowmw
nold a baxe sale luursoay mora-
. t 1.1 f ,UH
iug Deginniiig ai ;ou "c
noine oi in. Aaron urouman, o.
8 on 5u.h Mtreei.
The subject tobe discussed by
.....n.,i.' '.!' PnrruihA nf Cfe-
UlUlllll'A 10 I
ation." inese imormai uiscusious
L-tl .h. MAmmimitv htlild.
are iiuiu v vmju.ii.j
., i. run, ii trnm 1(1 until 11
. m arh sundav. No collection
is taken. An invitation nas peer.
exienaea 10 me; puu". w
IAWC Hospitality Committee
The hospitality committee of the
Inter-American Women's Club will
i.. i j miiatinit Ttipsdav at 10
1IU1U "vu"8 1
a.m. in the Tlvoh Guest House.
All members ,are urgea w aueuu.
Memohis lleijroes
Fined For Silling
In Wronp jealS ;; v
' 'MEMPHIS (UPI)-Two Negroes
who refused to move back on a
ciiy bus ive seats to whnes
were fined $51 each today and
held to the state on f -charge of
attempt to stari an aflray.
Bus driver William Reeves testified-
there ; were only four pav
senBers on the b" when, the negroes,-
Calvin i Bond, vlB, and'
t -I'. tno. ia -int- on Tnurs-
day night and sat down midway
of the mis. ...
When the bus began filling with
white passengW. Reeves went
back and asVed C3onds and Jon
to move back. : ; ti
"What's wrong' Wiim tne sea is
weV(i M" Reeves quoted them
as replying. ' -l j
ReevM sflid he Neero; gavp
him a lot of "back talk" and!
' cause a disturbance wl n wuo
I talk. Reeves drove en until he
I came1 to a sou ad car and had tne
iNeeroes arrested.
I in adding a state charge of f-
I....'. PU Pnnrt .TtlHw BAVMlV
Boushe sair. "It look to me a
you were agitators, that you sot
on the "bus looking for trouble "d
that you tried to cause a riot. This
will not be tolerated."

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AIRMAN 2ND CLASS Betty L. Hummer, now In the US Air Force with the 33rd Air Defense ;
division of Oklahoma City -Air Force Station, Okla.r as an administrative clerk .has:, con continued
tinued continued her favorite sport as a horsewoman. She owns a spirited dark roan saddle horse-,
named Lady and recently acquired a collie dog, Laddie. The horse and dog .are quartered,
on a near-by ranch; Betty has participated in numerouv rodeos In the -area and-would
like to "bulldoze" a steer or two. However,' the Air Force put a bit on such activities. They
would rather have a sound and whole Airman Hummer in the ranks than' a "champion
buckaroo Bettv will ride in the coming; hone show along with- other prominent, horse horsemen
men horsemen and' women in the area. She will also show a local quarter-horse' in the women's
event. ' ' '

;.t"-a, tfr
CARD OF

,H1RS. WALTER J. ALLEN JND FAMILY
Wish to extend their sincere appreciation for tha
, many expressions of sympathy, cards, and floral
offerings after the death of
WALTER JOSEPH ALLEN ; ' ;

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ELKS laies antl gUCStS.
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Written far NEA 3rvlcs
s NORTH (D) ; 6
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K94 f
WEST EAST
AKJ : A 109853
A.654 . KSJ
AQJ10 4 7 532
SOUTH
" VA J1032
J8 3 3-'A86
'A86 3-'A86 1 East artd West vulnerable
North East South West
Pass Pass 2 Pass
Pass Pass
Opening read Q y
As mentioned 'yesterday he
weak two bid lg normally uscJ
with a six.card suit and a hand
just below an m p e n i n g bid 111
strenght."
In third seat most weak two bid bidders
ders bidders allow considerable variation
and occasionally will poen a weak
two' bid with only a five-card suit
and ft hand that might also be
openend as a one bid. ; ?
ivan Erdos' weak two bid was
in .this category,-' rie-liad v enough
strenght' to justify '' opening one
but chose to preempt instead.
North, who' had passed 12 points
might well have taken some ac action
tion action but chose to, pass. 7. Since
nci.her East or.' West nad any
thing to bid Ivan baeame Jcelar-
er at two hearts AM had no
rouble making higr. oontract. He
lost two diamonds and one trick
in eacr otner suit,
The plus 110 for two hearts bidrl
and made turned out to be an ex.
ceptionally good, match point
score, lt seems that South open opened
ed opened one heart at all other tables.
At all other tables North and
two no-trump and was allowed to
play that contract. One made If
for a top score, and the other went
down one trick.
AtTv all other tables North and
South reached game at either no no-trump
trump no-trump or hearts and went down
at least one trick, so that in spite
of having most of' the sards, only
two JNonn-houth pairs managed to
get a plus score.
hMMW wP""H
Q The bidding has been:
North East South Wart
1 Pass 14 FasS
2 N.T. Pass v, I
You, South, hold:.
4.AKJIS VK4 OQ76 10 5J

What do you do?
A Bid three spade. Tou art
thterwM in a tlam but in m
hurry to ret there, s
- TODAY'S QUESTION
"Your partner continues with a.p
bid ot three no-trump. What do
you do now?
i Answer T""n",ny j'

' If you are serving drinks .or cof cof-fee
fee cof-fee to several guests, use a tray instead-
of carrying gasses or cups
and saucer in each hand. It is
easier and more convenient and
looks like a more gracious form
of service.
It will save you steps and will
keep you away irom your guests
for shorter period of time. .
kit nwsa..
We've gained a lot of new words
in the last 30 years, cut weve
"old des.'
criptlve terms, too." And ofven, w:e
,( l .. ii
uiscarded a lot oi gooa
haven't come- up wun a peuer
dated one.. .:
. Remember "tacky"? A -.dress
could be "tacky" A person could
h "urkv" anrf an act could be
v, v -" ...
describeu as "a tacKy thins .0 do
Cheap doesn't take the place of
tacky, but it's the nearest tnins
we've got as a substitute.' 1
Remember the "grass widow"?
When one woman referred to ao-,
other as a "grass widow" there
was a hint of disapproval and dis distrust
trust distrust that the term "divorcee"
doesn't carry. With the number ot
divorcees there are in the country
today, perhaps that is jvsi as well.
And then there was the ."black
sheep" t- the family no-good who
was a "throwback" to .some dist distant,
ant, distant, disreputable ancestor. Now
we have juvenile delinquents who
grow up to be social misfits be because
cause because of an unfortunate home environment.

mere was tnat most descnpiiveisnouid take -"4 lona vacation
word.. "prissy, too. If you said a abroad" as the best wav nf nlv

girl or .woman was "prissy" you
rfidn't!need to po into any details.
Now we have the term "perfect "perfectionist,"
ionist," "perfectionist," but It doesn't- mean quite
the same thing. The "prissy", girl
didn't strive for perfection she
thought she was perfect. "' : :
A steady, ambitions young man
was considered a "good catch,"
which certainly is a more descrip
tive term than the one we use now,
"eligible bachelor".".'' Arid when a
girl went after a "good catch'.',
folks said she had "et her, cap"
lor him.
It wasn't a very elegant exores
sion,vput when it was said,, that a
woman ','wore' the pants in. ;th!
family,' no further descripfion,was
nerieSSarTANow h'1s so tomrrion
for a wife to make the important
decisions that we don't even' have
rderisrve term for one who does.
Children who talked' back to a a-dults
dults a-dults were "sassy,", once upon.-a
time. Now. unfortupately, when
children talk back they are only
expressing a "perfectly natural rc rc-sment
sment rc-sment against' adults authori authority."
ty." authority."
So the change jn language more
often than not reflects a very real
change in "attitudes.
Federal Budget
Delict fiH
Govt Bond Sal
WASHINGTON f U P 1 ) A
mounting federal budget deficit
wps cit?d today as the reason
behind the government's decision
to sell one r billion dollars worth
of 'one-term' bonds Tuesday
The money is needed to help
mfke lun the difference between
ruing federal expenses and reve
nues whicn are shrinking be because
cause because of the recession. '
Administration economists be
He ve the budget deficit for this
fiscal year will be about" three
billion dollars: The recession has
reduced revenue, from Income
tsxes snd auto excise levies t
the same time that defpnse soend soend-'h
'h soend-'h and antirecession hl,,""
housing rrnrani hove hiked the
enwdrnmnt's outlay. ; ,!
The ..T'asury Peoartment. n n-otmced
otmced n-otmced the. bond plan late Thurs-
dfv; V vv : "';:
The 3V4 per fent honrla will be
offered at a orice of $300.50.
treasury rnerted Wem to
boiitht Stilly hv life v' insnrae
comnonie muhmr sans hanko.j
vi.ri iint.)A-t' jwofi: and
n"lon sHdowmMit funds. ;.
N TbJ"J.r.ew J"hTJlnLZ 1
n srtdit'on to a SPt5Sfi.ono non issne
11 r,e oiievp- nexi weea ior ma-
Presideit E'enhower sid ..... at
'he- ne, ." c mfe'ence Wednesday
he would ke to see on-termi
intProot ratei HronneH. b" on
'oi'rth -o noint; to one hdf )f
" ooln B"t Poe, economists be believe
lieve believe he long-term issue would
"Went. SUCH drop hv ""inn
th povertim! in comt)pt:tion
yffth htii"e fpr loan monv.
Irrea"'ir nWi'u kh'h vw.
oyer, b't hV rrxH tit,
Jmn.ct 5" pthe flnimpjal world
"tlPUlClv in. tnA morft'Of irii,
'"t, P .rt" rte Hup
t
-n. p i non aouars in
'inncing..- i
long term

ANNIVERSARY SALE
, EXCELLENT QUALITY
1 PANTIES
"" $0.50'
FRENGIF BAZAAR
COLON

Bedford F. Weatherford. g?ner. ;
al manager of the' Panama Cem.
ent Co.-. is retiring aficr 12 years;;
in Panama, it was announced to.,"
day by the board o- directors.
- A technician with the A 11 is
Chalmera Jlfg. Company, of Mil.;
waukee, Wise, Weatherlord arriv.,",
ed in Panama in 194G to install;
the machinery for the cement
plant. Upon finishing his job, the-,
board o' directors o ered him Hit"
directorship of the company 'po..

siuon ne nas nem until now. ........
A native of Oklahoma. Weather.'
fnrH i rAtiirninrt in ht nitina
" vhhiiiiij IU 1I1J IKtbLVV
! state where he will retire to pii,.
! vate business.
Ii2W Fiffhti C;::!:i
Ool!n LcL-:;irs v
Port lyr Tri::!i :
' BEIRUT, Lebanon (UPI)
Heavy fighting broke out today in-
thai hAr nitv ni Tri l rtU
the port city of TriDoli. fldsh-
oint of Lebanon's three-week-old
t-i l ii. . i ii
!a, " !ncl?nf, c.liy. WT1
" 11' wuln?
ea" this month.
- ?ashid Karami, leader of the
ro nni fnos
l0"ehn t "po"'howa,lJ2
falr"L,at, J1 time the army;
launched its attack. His lieute
nants sent him an urgent message'
to return. .. J
. The new fighting occurred as a
Lebanese delegation headed tor J
Benhan, "Libya, to protest to th J
A"? J League -Council against
United Arab RepuMic interfer- J
ence ?n this strifertorn nation's in- J
ternal affairs. 1
,
' A government statement to thJ
heads of all diplomatic missions
Thursday night said the U. A. R;
intervention 'endangered not only
Lebanon and the 'Arab countries!
but the entiie world:" 1
In Beirut, Maronite- Catholic
tnurch patriarch Paul Meouchi
said president
CnmillA rhimnnn
in" the crisis.
JThe opposition demands that
pro; western President Chamoun
resign are at the base of the cur current
rent current troubles. 1
Meouchi told newsmen today
he thought Lebanon's complaint to
the Arab League and the United
Nations about U.A.R. interference
was "unnecessary."
xie saia au, me. irouoie could
havs been (-settled last week if
Commander-in-Chief of the Armed
Forces Gen,', Faud Chohab had
been -named nremier. But now
'he only solution Is for Chamoun
to get out of the country for a
while, he saids ,
PlitarlsGif ;
On Disclay Frii-y
In Mexico Cily
MEXICO CITY, May 31 (UPI)
More ihan 500 painting, a a id
nearly 200 engravings will mak
up the lirst Panamencan Biennial
Exposition of the plastic arts to b
inaugurated here June 6 by Preai.
dent Ruii Cortincs. the National
Institute of Fine. Arts announced
today. --
AH the exhibits have arrived ex except
cept except t those from Agentina, th
institute said, and' those 'are ex.
pected any day now. On. hand as t
works worth nearly three million
aoi ars,1 representing artists irom
Latin. America, Canada and th
United States. Tlrcy will be exlii.
bitcd in 18 rooms of the National
Museum of Plastic .Arts, which
received a special reconditioninj!
ior me eveni.
Separate salons have been se
aside for the great Mexican ar
tUte! TllAltn Ptvar. Tab. num..

te Orozco and David Alfaro Si -X
queiros, and the Brazilian Candi-j
do Portinari, whose iff" world (

were just received. r.-i.-:,:.
Portinari has notified the Na- V
tional Institute of Fine Arts and
he has accepted their ofler to be
one of the judges of the exposi
Hon, His own works as well as
those, o" the above artists will not
igure in the competition, i :.:,jt;;
Orieina'lv. a 'separate' salon wis

also panned for the great. MexU'
can ab-tractionist Rufino Tamavo,,
but he. Wi'hf'rew hi oarttcinitintt

The'"becauser the exposition is domi

bftlnated by. Communis' a." (Tortinarl
land Siauei'rns are memhrrs nf iha
Communist PArty. is was River!
until hi' deaths
one of the Latin-American coun-
tries best represented In the Men.
nial will be Cuba with exhibits by
30 ri f(n art Uta -f
;nn.HiAn a th piMt.Art.will
remoin open to the public unta
Ug. 20.
STEEL FURNACE, REOPENS
BUFFALO, N. Y. (UPI)-Steel
production will be given another
shot in the a rm in this area
soon when Bethlehem Stee1; Co.
re-lights another open hearth fur.
nace i at us LiatKawiui mm,
bringing to seven ine
furnaces
Pt back into orrnmun
In: thres
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5ATTEDAY, MAY Si, 131
TITS PANAMA AJIHtlCAV AS IXBOTMJENT DAILY XTWSPAPES V
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Church cl Christ

fcALBOA U851. Balboa Xoad
Srrvxim Sunday 10. Ou a-m 11:00 am.
I.IW pjn.
CJuSiUBaL American Lemon Hall. :
Service bunciay lll.uO am U.Oo am
KiO AfiAJl': fcousa ha. iilh 01
bunaay 4 JO pa
Unliarian
b.jtUAN
aouaix
HI .it, eJB.
.junday School
... :la e.m.
. auuav 10
.jwicob riiva &
. ataiuay f ae
jancQO
iw'ti uiVitaUoB
. te liberal
retiaw-
Baptist
( COCOU BAPliSi CHINCH ,.
. all 1UJ "MU
1 Drawer 3t oaiooa. C.
:" ; ; pnuiie -liU . ;.
Edmund a. btauwoiUl Fallot
gunday School '. ;
i 'irarunfc Union u ""'
' Evening Worsnlp m
i-iaver Meeting Bible B
Smuy lacn Wednesoay.... J:00 pun
oroiueinuod-lsl .jaonuay
tacai Monlh ,7.00 pin
WMJ--.in Monday
. Each. Month .........
'iT I'
, flKST BAPT1S1 VHUKCB 1;
..'.;., Balboa Height, C Z-
027 Ancon Boulevard
' Drawer "B" Balboa Height
Pbone Balboa 1727
;.- William a Bacby. Paitor ;
Sunday School ............. 8;30 t.m
.lorning Worahip .......... 10:45 a.m
. 'holm Training Onion .... 8:30 p.m
.vangellstic Service ........ 7:30 p.m
.'rayer Meeting. Wednesday. 7:00 pro
A MS Bible Study Ibun .. 1
davi ; 8:0" lav
ln Brotherhood (Laft
: Monday In month V 11 pja
.1' -. i. : I'
" HK8T BAPTIST CHURCH .,
' Margarita Avenue at 5th Street
Margarita, (Canal Zone -'
Rev. WendaU C Packer. Puslor ;
. VU1IUH SCIMM ...,.,;". ..,. fl.
Morning Worstilp II :00 a.m.
Baptist trsining Union... W," 6:30 Dm
Bvenina. WoMhip .viut.iv.M 7:4S pirn
Srutherhoodi Tueadaya ...... 7:00 .m
Prayer Services. Wednaadaya 7;00 pn
WM.U. lt 3rd rftdaya' -.
G.A.. R.A. Sunbeama, Mi i
Prldaya
.S:30 n.m.
Salvsticn Army
JNoin.i)iiuminatlonal ,vnjllslli
Meetings)
-PANAMA CITY '
Major Ji Mrs. W. Bishop
15 February Street. Phone; 28 20051
. 11:00 Holiness Meeting
i 3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
PARAISO, C Z.
Envoy it Mrs. C. U Moitley
Guiana Street '
11-00 Hollnest Meeting
3:00 Sunday School .
J" T:30 Salvation Meetlni
COLON CENTRAL
Sr. Captain Mrs. H. Grant
14th Street, Phon 38 743
11:00 Holiness Meeting
1:00 Sunday School
T:30 Salvalipn Aleetinl ..:; v ;
COLON THIRD STREET r
Sr. Captain 8. Taylor
; 11 :00 Holiness Meetm
r 3:00 Sunday School .
7 :.10 Salvation Meeting
RAINBOW CITY. C Z.
Envoy J. Gill I
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting"
Union Churchis
BALBOA' 1
, The Rev. "Oscar W. Olsen, Paslo
Balboa Road at 'San Pablo Street
Phone M4Sft-Chureh Offic 2-32M
9:30 a.m. Church School Fraa bus
service. Classes for all age.
" 10:30 .m.' Worship Service The
Expanded Session for Nursery. Kinder Kindergarten
garten Kindergarten and Primary Depta. Church
time Nursery for children under 3 yr.
- :00 p.m. Junior High Fellowship
post High reilowsnip
7:00 p.m. Senior High fellowship.
GATUN ''
The Rev. Ray M. Blakely Mlnlslar
Church School, with Adult Bible
C1"M. 9 45.
Service of Worship, 11:00. ; :.
Youth. Fallowshlp, :4S. ,.v : :
MARGARITA f
i Margarita. Av. and Bnllvsr. ttwy,
" Rev. Thfdr E. franklin Pastor
Phones: Office. 3-242. Rea. 3-1491
Sunday Servteaar . -9:45
a.m. Church Schooli Bin aerviee
. Clashes: "Nursery through adult...
Ml :00 a.m. Mornin Worship.-
Nirrer for Infant and small chll
K-tifi m. Iimlnt FelloWKhln.
- 8:15 p.m Youth Fellowship.
tlvitles and official meetlnga as an
nounced trom ween to, wcc. ),
G MBO -
Rev. WaTker M. Alderftm. Pastor
' Of : 8-470 Ra : .
9- 30 a.m Simdav Schopl :
10- 40 am. Morning Worship.
Official meetings and week-day ett
vltlM as announced.

a. .- t r r-

!

i jrchei el tht anaay lath saa tS Canal Zeae, end ike tersniaal citiet
tws k in writing ey Wtdnei4ay aa af the latest ef any chjagti
for t'-e coming Saturday' church f.
K,,nutt(. church aecretahes ad chiglaini are aikeel te Inlorm the
f Panama and Celen. Republt at Panama, extend a welceme at all
rimes to men and wemen at the armed aervices, aad te civiliait neigh
tors, friendi and straiigera.
- Aa a public service, The Panama American list belew, denernf
aliens, notices ef haurt mi worship tad ethar regular activitiea.
. Listings are tottted trans time te'tim. Deneminatiens having enfy
en er twe ceng regatiens are lilted wader "Oihet Church b Servtcel."
A special listing i iacludte lot tervke at Army pests, Ait frce eases
and Naval stations. ;

CatfeHc
T. MARyV CHUKLH katboa
Sunday Itasoas! 7:00. 9:ua 10:60 and
U:UO a.m
Holy Day Maaaaai IAS. on. ttn
and 5:00 p.m
Confessions. Saturday, 1:W I :
and I :(K) to g:00 p.m Thurartay kefere
rmi rrtday. 7 00 to 1:00 p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novenai liM p.m
on Mondays. : .
Catechism eiase after the, I. -00 mav
on Sunday
High School Study Club 8 JO p.nx. or
wodneaday
ACRED Ht.AlT Ancon
Sunday Maxes: 1:56. 740 A t:10 e m
Holy Day m' tzi ant and 1:0(1
p.m.
Conteaaions. Saturday 1:30 to s:O0 and
:15 t 8:00 p.m. Tbunday before First
Friday t;00 P.m.
Sacred Heart Devotional t.-oo oJm. a
Fridays
catecmna tusat 1:110 : A on
rnuraday. ... v
OtR LADY 0 FATIMA-Cnnsnda
Sunday Masa at 1:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mas at 1:30 p.m.
Confessions: 8:00 to 8:41 B.ra 60 Sat
urrlav .j
Catechism Claaai Situraay :W 10 iu
ST, JOSEPH Paralaa
Sunday Masse at 7.-00 and 8:18 a.m.
Holy Day Masa at 8:00 p.m. v
Weekday Masse: ..Mia.
Confessions; Saturday 140 to 440 and
30 to T SO.
Catechism CTsi Sunday 8:00 to 4:00
p.m'.
Miraculous Medal Novenai TttO P.m
on Friday
Convert Instruction! Tnuraday 7:00
pm.
ST. VlNCKNriwpanam City
Sunday Mass: 8:00 and 8:30 a.m.
Hnlv nv UiM! -ln mnA K-nA A.m
(It It falls on Saturday the Ma art
coo and :30 a m i
Confessions': Saturday 3:00 te 8:00 and
:00 to 8:00 p.m Thursday before First
rriday i:30 p.m
Miraculous Madal Novena and St
tlnna of the Crosa: Fridav 7:t0 D.m.
Catechism Class! After 8:30 Dim on
Sunday
Convert Clas. 840 p.m. Tueadayi and
ST. THERESA'S CocoH (
Sunday Mass': 8:30 a.m.
-Hniv nit M. c-rto a.m 1 ill It falls
on Saturday 840 a.m.)
catecnism viw s: 10 :uu P"1 on
Monday. - '' .,
Contession i:vo to a:sv a.m. ounaay.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST tit,' U 8ALLS
Paron Lefevre
Sunday Masses: (40 and 8:30 a.m.
Week Days Mass: 8:30 Mon.. Thur.
Frl. and Sat. First Friday mass: 8:00 a.m.
Hair Day Masse m aJis.;;t...:oii
p.m.;.;n:!.n.; j,.:.. ,;.
r-nAfxtlnns- S M tn 4:S9 and f Mg) te
(1:00 p.m. on Saturday. v-
Miraculous Medal Movengi ,rnoay r:ui
Catechism Class: 3:m p.m. on aunaay
81 THtRKSrS La Boee
Convert Clasai Monday 140 B.m.
Sunday Mass: J :00 a m. , .
Holy Day .Maaat 6:30 p.m.
rnnfuinns: Saturday 8:30 tA 7:30 p.m
Thursday before. First Friday 8:30 p.m..
Catechism Class: 8:1 pjn on .aunaay
Sacred Heart Novena: 7:00 p m. or
Friday
Convert Ciani :au p.ra. on luurmi
w ATLANTIC SIDB ,,., ,,.,-ST
ST ,,.,-ST JOSEPH'S Celeei
Sunday Masses: 3:45, 8:00 and 9:15 am.
Holy Day Masses; 8:45 and 8:00 a.m.
nd 5:45 p.m.
Confessions'. Saturoes :ou to :uv ana
7:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Miraculous Meaai fievenai weaneiaay
6:15 and 7:00 pjn.
atnered Heart Novena: iriaay r:i p.m
Sunday Evening Service 7:00 p.m.
Convert Clsss: 7:15 p.m. on Mondays
and Thursdays
Catechism Class! Sunday iu:i a.m. in
11:45 a.m. -3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
First Friday Exposition or Most Bless.
ed Sacrament all day Reposition at 8:30
a.m. Saturday1 morning:
First Saturday Devotion to our Lady
of Fatima The ..Holy Rosary 8:00 a.m.
First Communion Instruction tor chil
dren Monday and Thursday 8:00. to
7:00 p.m.
. MIRACULOUS MEDAI-Crlstohal
Sunday Masses: 7:00. 8:00 and 10 :30a
Holy bay Masse! 8:00, :00 ajn, and
1:15 p.m. y
Confessions: Saturday 4:08 t 8:00 and
7:00 to :oe p.m. Alter itnaary eacn eve'
rung. ..r
Miraculou Medal Novenai g:l and
7:00 D.m. on Monday.
Catechism Class: After 840 Mas en
Sunday.
First Friday Exposition all day during
tne scnooi near.
First Saturday! Mas at 840 am.
HOl-T FAMILY CHURCH In Margarita
sunaay Masses: ao, a:3u, ii:m a.iu
First Saturday Mas:
8:00 a.m
8:00 a.m
1:00 pjn
7:00 p.m
5:15 p.m
4:4J p.m
Weekday Masse: r.
Sauirday 7:00 p.m. to
Miraculou Medal Novena
Holy Day Masses: 7:30 a.m.
Confession .. 3:45 pm. to
every Monday
Varish Family Rosary and
. Benediction i,
every Wednesday.
Discussion. Inquiry Group
every Friday..
1st. Friday Devotion ...
1st Saturday Devotion
18 p m
740 p m
70 p.m
70 p.m.
St. VINCENThVRalnbow City
Sunday Mafaes! 8:38 a.m. and 8.-00
a.m.
Holy Day Masse: 6:08 a.m. and 6:8V
pm. :
Confessions: :0O to Iran anil Id! ki
s:ou p.m. fcanrrday,
.aiecnism cias: 10:45 a.m. on Sunday
Convert Claaaoverv Mondav at 1:4(1
Miraculous Medal Novena t T:00 p.r
on Tuesday.
ocreo -nearr Dovena; 1:00 pj. on
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Garde
Sunday Mas: g:is ajn -Holy
Day Ms: 8:00 pm. '
Confessions: 30 ta l:i,o tm mm a..
urday.
c.lBl."T CTt"i' o n on Monday
OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEt
-1 ... Ganiboa
Sunday Mawea: 7:00 and 840 am.
Holy Day Masses: 1:00 a.m. and l:fl
p.iir ... .r. '..,
Conftxlon Saturday at Von m mA
anei- n vaiurig.aevouuns.
oaptisms oy appointment
Miraculous Medal- Novaaiai f-no
on Tuesday. .
onti .u naari novena I i:uu p,ca aa
Sunday School; 1:30 p m. on Sunrt-v
Reiliious Instruction riau In. ...i
dren: 4 (M pm on Thursday.
firlluious Iiisi.uH?.itn ftr A.i.ilia rrnn
ducted In Spanish)! 7:00 D.m an knn.
day,
Convert Instruction by appointment

The It Re V Ht rt Goda. ST D
- BuiiMt) t
the Very Mainart J Pelertoa,
- 8.T.B. Dcon
t.Siuh L.
THI CATHEPUL Of ST. LLKI
; SUNDAYS ':. ,.
SUNDAYS '
7:30 ajn Holy Communion.
9:13 am Church School (Holy Com
tnunion 3rd Sunday)
9:30 a.m Santa Communion. 3rd Sun Sunday
day Sunday ...
Escuela' Dominiial ........ I:l lit
11:00 am Morning Prayer and Ser
mon, Holy Communion 1st Sunday,
7:00 p.m. Evening Service,
..-'vVtUNtSUAYS
tMi km. Holy Communion
7H9 pra Fvenln Prayer
' MOLV OAYS -4:00
a gr. Hoiy Communion
3 am Holy Communion
OAILT -.. .'
I .. :
a l art.. IdArlttria PrAvaa

17:00 Mi.--da Missionary Frayera,
COCOU
Church ot St Andrew
The Rev William W Baldwin,
Priest In Cham
SUNDAYS '.
Hoiy Communion ......... 740 a .m
"Family Prayer and
Church School 940 gjn
(Also Holy Communion 2nd
Morning Prayer dr Sermon 11.00 a.m
, Sundny each montb.
WEDNESDAYS
Holy Communion ......... 1:00 a a
COROZAL
Chapel ot The Good Shepherd i
The Rev Clarenr W. Hay,
Print ta Charge
FRIDAYS
g:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
HjC. first Friday each Month).
ejAMHOA
St. Simon' Chutcfe
Th Rev. John Soear Priest in Charge
Choral Euchariit and Ser-
SUNDAYS .
mon 7:00 a.m.
Church School ......... : 8 :00 p.m
Episcopal Young Churchmen 5:00 p.m.
Evenson and Sermon ..... 7:00 cm
MONDAYS. TUESDAYS.
and FRIDAYS t
Morning grayer and noiy
communion ............... 9:00 a.m
Evening Prayer 7:00 p.m
Woman' Auxiliary. nd and
WEDNESDAYS THURSDAYS
Holy Communion1 ......... 7:ooam
Morning Prayer 9:00 a.pp
Evening Prayer .......... t:00 p.nS
SATURDAYS '
Family Eucharist ........ i n l.lll
j Office ei .Compline 9:01 p.m.
' LA BOCA ;
- v at PtlH'i r.hiirrh
Tht Rev. John Spear. Priest la Charge
Morning prayer ana cnurcn
School ..,.,....,...100 Jn
mon ,v ,.. ...... .wmMo-30 e,m.
Confirmation Clas ....I... 9:J0 .ro
Choral Eucharist and Ser-
Holy Baptism ., 12:00 noon
Evensnne and Addrasa .... 740 pm
3rd MONDAYS
Woman' Auxiliary ....... 7 ao p a
fMURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion ......... 9:00 a.m
PALO BECO
Chapel Of tht Holy Comforter
Vet). L. B. Shirley, Priest In Charge
THURSDAYS 1 i
8:30 am. Holy Communion.
MARGARITA
.;? i Church of St. Margaret ;
Eapave and Brsios Blvd.
The Rev. Jets K. Renew, Rc tot
SUNDAYS
7:30 a.m. Holy Communion:
9:48 a.m Morning Prayer and
- Church School. j -11:00
a.m, Choral Euchariit
THURSDAYS am HOLY DAYS
8:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
I : PARAISO ..
He v ill R. Wtntt, ;
Pr)est In Charge
Th Rev. David A Osborne,
Vieat Etneritnj
SUNDAYS
6:00 a.m, Choral' EucharKt
di Senhon
6:30 ajn, Infant Baptiim.
3 .00 m Church School
(herd It -BulldUik 131)
5:00 p.m, Youth Fellowship
7 11 m. Rvnnn and AddrOBB. -1
thd and 4tli WEDNESDAYS
740 0 in woman Auxiliary ana j j--
- j-- tr UuUd Meeting.
PANAMA CITt
. St Paal'a CharcS ;
.The Vtn. Lemuel B. Shirley, Rector
I Th Rev Fit tt AtwelL Deaeoa
SUNDAY, ; ,,i -,
6:00 m. Holy Coram'.aile)
9-00 a.m Sun Eucharist A Sermon
t0:4 a ni Morning Prayer and Church
". bcnooi :
12:00 nun Holy Baptism
7-00 n.m Solemn Vepr9
. ... r ...... . ...
WESDAYS
8:30 a.m Hoi Communlna
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
WEDNESDAYS
6:00 oa Holy Communion
7:00 p.m. Evening prayer
mURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
8:30 i m. Holy Communion
HOLY DAYS
6 00 a.m. Holy Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH BT-THE-SEA
-"!. Kpiscopal
Colon, R. P.
(Opooslt Hotel Washington)
The Rev, James Peter Farmer, Rertot
Th Rev. Henry A. Blake, Aitaal
SUNDAY
6:00 a.m. Holy 1 Communion.
8:30 a.m. Morning Praver.
9:00 a.m. Choral Eiirhi-i ..J
.A 1 u Wl III VI ,,
w.o't a.m. vnurcn fcrnooi.
740 p.m. Solemn Evensong
and Sar.
mon.
6:00 a.m. Holy Cornmimlon. ,"
7:00 ajn. Morning Pravc. ,v
8:00 p.m. Evening Prayer..'
WEDNESDAY
6:00 a.m. Holy Communloru
7:00 a.m. Morning Prayer. :
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
FRIDAY
7 00 a.m. Morning Prayer. t
9:00 a.m. Children 'a Eucluurlit
8:00 p.m. Evening Praver.
SATURDAY 'V
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion.,
7:bw a.m. Morning Prayer.
3:00 p.m. Evening Praver.
7 50 n.m. Comnlino and Meditation.
MONDAY, TUESDAY 4k THURSDAY
""g.. AZjJ'
. St Chrialopher Chnrrh)
10th Street, Paroue L-vr
The Rev. Clarence W. I ayea,

Priest In Charge
- The Rev. Clarence A. CrafvvelL :
Aaststant
SUNDAYS
4 00 a m Holy Communion.
7 30 am Sung Eucharist and Sv rmon.
10 30 .m Morning Prayer and Church
School.
12 00 noon Holy Baptiim.
( 30 p.m. Evensong and Cannon.
MONDAYS
140 p.m 1st and 3rd. Woman Auxl
tiary.
TUESDAYS
8:30 p.m Junior Daughter ot the
King,
ISOom Vouih Fellowship.
WEDNtsOAYS
IN am Holy Communion.
1 10 p.m Evening Prayer and Religious
Insu-uctlona
THURSDAYS
8 00 pm Girl Friendly Society..
8 00 p.m 1st and 3rd. Singleton.
SATURDAYS
3:30 .m Junior Confirmation Clas.

Ot!.:i Churches
CHURCH OF THK MAZAKENB
448 traiiKipaitl St. Ancuri C.Z.
Rev. Elmer O Nelson, Pastor
' Box 297 Balboa. C.Z. Tel 2-2S01
Sunday School ............ 9:45 a.m
.Worship Service ...... ... 10:45 am
Youth Service ............ 6:45 pm
Evangelistic Service .,... 7:30 p.m
Prayer Service Wed. ... 740 pm
METHODIST
Sunday: 9 a.m. Panama Wesley,
" 10:30 a.m. Sunday School,
, 7:13 p.m. Evangelical- Service
and Sermon.
Sunday 7 a.m. Paraiso
10 a.m. raraiso sunaay scnooi
7:15 p.m. Paraiso Evangelical
... Service. '.-
CHURCH OF THE MAZARENR
Margarita School Gymnasium
Pastor Ralph L. Hysong
Write: Box 5019 MargariU. C.2.
Phone 3-1583
Sunday School ...... ..... 8:43 am.
Morning Worship ....... 11:00 a.m
Evening Service .......... 740 p.m
, RATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama H P. 23rd Street East
, Kev k. H Brown. Minister
Divine Worship :30 am
Sunday School 3:00 pin
Sunday Masse 7. 7:45 11:45
Rio Abajo. RJ.
Sunday School ..... . ... 3 :00 p.m.
JICHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Meeting Thursday at 7:30 p.m. and
Sundays at 4:00 pm. Wirt Memorial
S08 Bxir.ua Road Balboa.
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST Of t
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
; Chapel on Balboa Road.
Priesthood Meeting: Sunday 8:30 a.m.
. Sunday School: Sunday 10:00 a.m.
' Sacrament Meeting: Sunday 6:00 pm
Relief Society; Tuesday 9:00 a.m.
MIA: Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
Primary; Thursday 4:00 pjn.
Telephone Balboa 4227
Atlantte Branch
Building 200, Schoolhous Road, Gatun
Sunday scnooi; sunaay :jo a.m.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 11:00 -am.
CURUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted Church"
Milton K. Leidlg, Mlnlater
Phone Re 83-7116 Of. 83-5109
Sunday School 940 a JR.
, (A clas for every age) -. ,(.-.
Morning Worship ......... 11:00 a.m.
Youth Fellowship ......... 8:00 p.m.
, Eevenlni Worship ., 7:00 pjn.
Prayer and Praise (Wed.) 7:00 p.m
,A church nursey In provided.'-., v
OLU CATHOLIC CHURCH
i St Uhel The Archangel
13th St West No 1 r,
Holy Eucharist: Sunday av- 4 40' a.m.
Tuesday. Wdndv and Thursday
Sacrament ot Unction (Healing Set Set-vice)
vice) Set-vice) Ftrat Sunday of acb montBr at
7:30 bjb.
Meant Ha libel. CbrKtlaa Choreal ..
Panamd R.P.
Mt Rev T Jme. D. D. Hlehot)
Morning devotion .......... 6.00 g.m.
ff.lW.hln Wnrshin 11:00 .m.
Sunday School 3 00 p.m.
Divine service ......
: THE CHRISTADELPHIANS ;
' Panama District
M Scout Hall, Rainbow City
Sunday School ;....-.. 9 a.m.
Morning Service 10 a.m.
Adult Bible Class each ;
Monday at 7:30 p.m.
Visitor are welcome at all rvlces
and class.
BAHAI'S CENTER
f irm airvei
Urbnlzcl4o El Carmen, Panamd City
incormai iaiK iuio uiwuwiwb
Thursdays.. .............. 8:00 PA
. Colon, 8th Ji Front Street
......... I ..
Study Clsss. , .Thursday. 740 p.m
ETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Eapalaba St., paraiso, C l.
Rev Waldaba H Stewart, Pastor
Sunday: 11:00 a.m Worship Service.
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:15 p.m. Gospel Service.
WSna.a''l 790 UM-WMk rVlt-latlan
rnownip.
'I'W.. n w .nn -I. ....
Irlil.vi .V-tA Wnmtnll MiaalnnarV ft ft.
THE CHURCH OF GOD
' Nw Providence '
' htra. Mauda Rlnaa. Putitr
Sunday School .......,.... 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship ............ 11:00 a.m.
FIRST CHURCH F GOD '
. Cor. Jamaica and Trinidad St.
, Rainbow City, Canal Zona
. Rev. Wa, Llvingstoa, Ptstor
' THE CHURCH OF GOD
7038 Eighth Street Coln
. Rev, G. W. Graadlfon. Pastor
Suhflsy School ........ .... 9:30 a.m
Morning Worship.. 10:30 am
Night Service .............. 7:30 p.m
Morning Worship 88i i:oo Aim.
Sundtiy School t)a4 10:30 a m
Night servica ............... iau pjn.
I THE CHURCH OF COD RIO AbJ
monie uscuro no. loin m.
'Rev. Wm. J. Johnson. Pastor
Sunday Schoo 9:30 a.m.
Morning' Worship ........... 10:30 a.m.
Night Service 740 p.m.
CHURCH OF GOD (PentecosUl)
Rev. B. E. Watson, Overseer
- Phone 6-428. Box 253, Camboa
Churchea t Paraiso, C.Z. (Rev. and
Mra Herman G. Whvtel. Colon. R.p
(Rev, Fernando Lorence),- Rio Abate
i Rev. and Mrs. Charles Haynesl. anc
Catlvi (Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Greaves)
Sunday and weekday services at all
cburche. .. ; .
COMMUNITY CHAPEL
, Diablo Height. C.Z. ; -.
(near Diablo school!
: Ray. Carl V. Thompson, Minister -Box
39. Diablo Heights. C.Z.
Phones: Home, Gambo 217
Church Balboa 4271
Sunday Schoo) ............. 10:00 a.m.
Worship Service 11:00 a.m
Youth Service ............. 7:00 p.m.
Evangelistic Service ....... 740 p.m
Wednesdav: Bible Study :,
and Prayer Service ..t... 740 p.m.
I .1
Lutr.:ra.n
REEDEMEK LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Road at Wight Street
Rev Robert F. Russick, Pastor
P O Box 8K6. Balboa.
Sunday School, Bibl clasa 9:00 ajn.
Divine Service 10:15 a m.
Hnlv Ponimimlnti first Ci.nrt.w .1 .u.
. ... ........ v. Ml.
oiunm. l i
Atlantic Sid
Former chapel of Our Saviour' Enls.
copai cnapei jro au ana Meienaea Ave.
New Cristobal. ' . .
... Mr. Eugene H. Denner, Vicar,, -..
Sunday School, Bible Clas 9:00 a.m.
Divine Service 10:15 a.m.
Holy Communion, last Sunday of the
Birnth.

iz.mh

rfewm viel'are board Bid 7S2-A ta
riuca Aotu Baiboa. C 8- RjbU Nalhar
vVHktr. UjK-tor
Service Friday .7. JO PJB, Saturnay
i Dm' ...
(See ao listines at Jewish uha
upper -ui Bases and Siat.ons).
Congieitai.on Kol Shearitb Israel Ave
u C'-bs and 3iih Street Bella Vista
...am City Service 8:00 p.m
Christ! n Scientist
UHKISllAJS aCILNt wUCKCHka
'jal Church ol Chxisu 5ciemia Ancor
- 5o0 Ancon Boulevard.
Sunday ii oo. Wednesaat :ol oja
Sunday School 8:3t a m
lrl cliurrn Christ, Bcieatiai, Cnttuba
Utii y.ireei 8oiiv. Highwav
iirm-v -Scnooi :j). am
Sunday 11:00 a.m. Wednesday KO p.m.
Posts and Bases
PAUHC SlUk
Proleanint
"i
FORT AMADOH
, V
Sunday School ................. 9KK.
Morning Morsmp luuv
Church-time Nursery School... 10:00
FORT CLAYTON :
Sunday School tBullding No.
128) 9:(Hi
-Morning Worship 10:30
Thursday Evenuig Mid-Week
Service 1:30
Youth Fellowship Sunday. ... 6:00
FORT KOBBB ' i
Sunday School 9:00
Morning Worship ............. 10 ao
Evening Worship ; 7 :00
Worship Service. Madden Wye 7 :00
Worship Service. Rio Halo .... 8:15
Christian Youth Fellowship .... 4,00
Soldier' Fellowship Thur. '7:00
Officer' Chriatian Union Thur. 8:0(1
aIbrook air f'okci BASS
Sunday School 9:30
Adult Bible Clas (NCO Club).. 9:30
Morning Worship ...... 9:30 10:45
Youth Fellowship 640
U.S. NAVAL STATION? Rodman
Sunday School ................ 940
Morning Worship 11:00
Holy Communion .First Sunday
of Month)
......
ISth ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worship 9:00
(Holy Communion First Sunday
of -Month),-
Naval Radio Station. Summit... 6:00
. Catholic
FORT AMADOR r
Dally Mas .....T... ....... .... 6:30
Sunday Masse 7:00 A 8:30
Confession. Saturday .. 6:30 di' 7:30
Sunday 8:00 tt 8:25
FORI CLAYTON
Daily Masa ., 8:45
Sunday Masses ...7:45 ar 9:00
Confession Saturday 640 4k 8:00
FORT &OBBE
Daily Mas ........... Mw. 8:15
Saturday Masse 9:00
'Sunday Masse: 8:00 Ja 11:45
Monday Novena Devotions .,. 7:30
Confessions Saturday., 6:00 J 740
COROZAL :
Sunday Mask .................. 10:30
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Daily Mass 6:00
Saturday Masa ................. t:00
.Sunday Masses .,..., 7:45 It 12:00
. Spanish .....,;.-. 7:00
Novena Services-Tuesday ...... 7:06
Confeealoru-Saturday ,. 7:0V
U.S. NAVAL STATIONS Rodman
Sunday Masa ..... 840
Jawtsb
FART-kORRR
Saturday ....................... IKK)
USO-JWB. Balboa
Friday: .,......,..,....,,....,.. 1:30
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday 4:00
USO-JWB (Balboa)
Saturday 8:30
N ATLANTIC SIDB
ProtMtanl , j
FORT DAVIS
Sunday School Bldg. 253, .... 9:00
Morning Worship ,' 1040
Prayer Fellowship Bldg. 253
Tuasday ...;...;,........,. 7:'W
KYBB Wednesday Post Chapel 6:30
' Choir practice Wednesday
Pott hapel ............... ... 740
FORT GULICK
Sunday School ................ 9:30
Morning worship. ............. loiea
Youth Fellowshio. Sunday-.... 6
Bible Study, Wednesday 7:30
Ladle Chapel Guild. 1st Thurgr- 140
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Sunday School' ................ 9:30
Morning Worship 11:0V
Holy Communion First Sunday
C( Month) i
i '':::'
Cathollg
FORT DAVIS
.Daily Mas ,.,,...,.,,.,,,.. 7:00
Sunday Mas 9:30
Confessions; Saturday ......... 6:00
" Sunday v.,.; j 8:4i
FORT GULICK
Daily Mas 7:00
Saturday Mas 7:00
Sunday Masses 7:45 at 10:15
Confessions, Saturday ,. 6:00 1:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
Dally Mast 4:00
Saturday Max ................. 8:30
Sunday Mas f;oo
COCO SOLITO ' 1
Sunday Mas ....i 140
' Jewtah
FORT GUUCK ,
Tuesday V 1:11
't 1 Greek Orthodox
Greek Orthodox service are conduct conducted
ed conducted at tht Church of the Anunciation.
Via Beliaario Porrae, Sao Framiaco de
la Caleta, Panama City, R.P., and at
th Church oC at. Anthony, Avenida
Melendet. Colon. R.P.. on alternate Sun
day at 9:30. For further-Information.
call the Office of the Army Chaplain.
Seventh Day
Adventist
Weekly Service ltv all church
; a followai
SATUhDAY:
Sabbath School 8:30 a.m.
Divine Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth' Meeting 4:80 pjoa.
WEDNESDAY:
Bible -Study and, Prayer Service
7i30 p.m. :
i Pacific Side Pnama
Pastor W. ti. Waller Tel. 28-3-3S08
Cabo Verde. Ave. J. F de la O
No. 17 Chort-illo 25lh No. 27 Pue Pueblo
blo Pueblo Muevo 2-A St.' between 3rd and 8th
St. Rio Abalo 11th No. 27 Gamboa
and Frijoles. i ;
...... . t .-.....
Paator Q. D. Wllllam-Tel. 8 5S0
Paslur A. A. Grizzle Tel. 6-102
SpauUU Clmrchea Pacllle Side PananU
v raaior norDerto vjuiroi
. Panaml. Call DarWn No. 1
j Pedregiil St Nuevo Guarara,
Atlantic Side
Pastor C. A. Jelfrles-Tel. 3S826t
Colon ..... ......
Criaiobal English 16th tt Bolivar Ave.
Cristobal Spanish Jfith St Bolivar Ave.
Central Office:

0E44 Gavllan Road Tel. 2-1859 it 1 3531

$T. LUKE'S
Ancon V"
The Rt. Rev. Daniel Ivor Evgns,
Anglican Bishop of Argentine and

southeastern South American- with
the Falkland Islands, will cole
brate at the Cathedral of St. Luxe
a: the service of Holy Communion
Sunday morning -7:30 a.m.,
Bishop R. Heber Gooden announc announced
ed announced today. -Bishop
Evans .will also address
the SpPanish speaking eongregaii
at 9:15 and will be tne special
preacher at the 11 o'clock service.
The Rev. Dr. Townsend will of
ficiate at Evening Prayer at T
o.m. in the Chapel, and the Rev.
Samuel Walden, recently ordain?d
to the Priesthood, will preach his
farewell sermon at that time.
Father Walden will be sent to Bo Bogota,
gota, Bogota, Colombia,, in the next few
days. : ;
, ; ST. PETER'S
' La Boca ;
The Feast of thj Most Holy Trini Trinity
ty Trinity wl'l be observed at St. Peter's
Church In La Boca tomorrow with
choral Eucharist starting 10; 30
a.m. J"'-'
. BAPTIST CHURCH CRIS fOBAL.
.'; ... .Church News: '. ;
The Rev. R.'G Van Royen, Su Superintendent
perintendent Superintendent of the Southern Bap Bap-tist
tist Bap-tist Home Mission Board on the
Isthmus, will be the guest Piea Piea-erier
erier Piea-erier a the morning service of the
First Isthmian Baptist Church
tomorrow. ,ti -V..n
At night the preacher will be
the pastor of the church, the Rev
Sylvanus A. Scarlett.,
" At the Sunday School hour M5
tn 104? a. m.. emphasis will be
'Know your Bible". At the Train Training
ing Training Union hour,-6 to 7 p.' tu the
emphasis will he 'Be a good Christ Christian
ian Christian and church member and find
For PoveH After
Democrat Rejection
NEW YORK (UPI)-Republican
district leaders yesterday voted to
endorse Rep. Adam Clayton Pow
ell as their tmoice lor congress.
The, leaders gave their support
to the Harlem Baptist minister,
who was recentlv- dumped by the
Democratic: Party, over the ob ob-lections
lections ob-lections of county Republican
Chairman Thomas Curran.
- Cumn said in a statement that
majority of ; the. Republican
leaders in (he 16th district" voted
to endorse Powell. Curran said he
would call a meeting n of the
county committee in the- district
te consider Powell's candidacy.
Powell now serving hi seventh
term in Congress, la expected to
be unopposed for the GOP nomi nomination.
nation. nomination. , w , ,.
In his own opinion, Currpn said,
owell shoiildi not revive Ttep"h
lican endorsement. He said the
countr vice chairman; Mrs. Pres Preston
ton Preston Tinvis, also opnosed Powell.
"This issue is a local one. how however,
ever, however, and must he decided by the
district leaders." Curran ; said.
The -lenders nrMicted-te county
committee w'ilcf overwhelmingly
endorse Powell.
Powell was denied Democratic
endorsement for Re election1, be because
cause because he supported President
Eisenhower in 19SB. He is .cur .currently
rently .currently under Indictment on In
come tax evasion charges. De
mocratic leaders sain the Indict
ment did not figure in his oiister
from the party. ;
Powell aireadv has announcM
he nrlll nodose CouncMman Earl
L. Brown for i the Democratic
nomination in a nr-m-rv el"t.inn.
Brown has received the. endorse endorsement
ment endorsement of the regular Democratic
organization. y. ;

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your place en the church and In
the community".
The ordinance of the Lord s
SuPDer will' ha nhrvsH h

close of the preaching services.
Diablo
'Venture Into Faith'Ta 9o-min-ute
sound color film produced by
Oral Roberts will be shown '. to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow .evening,' at 7 p,m. a
Community Chapel in Diablo
Uairtltf b . f
TellinS tha ctnru nt n
family s reaction when faced with
me posstoie death of their young
son, it has an 'inspirational and
faith-building 'message.- This film
has been shown throughout the
United States, Canada and several
foreien criimt.ripc anH h. ran:.,
cd enthusiastic reception- wherever
u nax oeen anown. v
The public is invited to -ttend
this service, which will ne the
only showing of this film in the
Community Chapel.
Classes of daily Vacation Bible
School w,U begin June 9 an con continue
tinue continue through the following two
weeks icaturing a course- to: boys
and girls from the ages of 4
years through Junior High School.
' Exploring God's Wonders" is the
theme nf tha Anttn 1
wdu ..caoiuua anj
lessons will -. feature such studies
as tjoa s wora and God's World".
"God's Familv" 'Th rhMctin'c.
Time and, Talents': and "Answer-
uij vyny a 01 Young People."
In addition to ha la.cn ...o:
, -w i.w ivowu 9V?31U,I0,
the will be story, time recreation,
wicaiuiieni, apQ crait., jime. var various
ious various different crafts; including
plaster .Work, glamour glas apint-
ine. metal ernhnsaino-
ing felt, cork and, paper crafts
will be taught. The is hp charge
for enrollment in the two week
course. ., :- .; n .-,..:,;. t
-Sessions will begin at t a.m. and
close al -II .. a.m.' daily1, Monday
through Friday,' Those- db'i'ing
transportation are reqiiesttJ
telephone 2-4271 or 6-217; belore
Sunday, June 8; 1 ?...
Each. Sunday morning at if)
oclock the -Sunday 1 School 'session
begins and classses for every ag"
are available. Morning; 'worship
hour begins at 11 a.m. anJ tomorrow-the
pastor. Revi Carl V.
ThompsonKwill deliver tha com communion
munion communion message: 'Spiritual Sus Sus-tenence".
tenence". Sus-tenence". r ,v
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SATIT.DAY, MAY 31, l.' l
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Senators Sweep Twinbill
To Hand Yankees Fourth
Consecutive Setback

. Jf.V'T TTthat Bie Arnie Portocarrero i

pern p,-:Tr 7k. ii, OrioW losing streak in

flag by Memorial Day." But in instead
stead instead that holiday produced- a
doubleheader loss by the Yankees
to, o aU people, the Washington
' Senators, and 7-2, to run their
losing streak to four games.
The San Francisco Giants, lead lead-ins
ins lead-ins the National League, were
aimilarly jolted in 7-6 and 8-1 loss losses
es losses to the St. Louis Cardinals, w
Tjt M thnuph that cut the

Giants' lead over the Milwaukee
Braves to a single game, it wasn t

a snocker line ue m"""-"-lliation
by the Senators. While the
V.T.VMI r rolling un wins,

ct-n.i v.nh t.alkinp bout the 1953

Yankee team that won 18 straight
tames and then lost nine straight
now maybe aomebody will listen

to him.

J'

By JOHN GRIFFIN

t NEW YORK, May 31 (UPI) Casey Stengel $
moaning but tht other managers are laughing today be be-cause
cause be-cause maybe just maybe r there will be a, pennant
race in the American League this year after all.

: ....it., nuiiui with two-run homer.

Just a week agq 8in K

in the

nightcap with a four-hit job, Bis
.. P TinM4-nM U i d vast

tniro. win' over suswu jv..

Ray Narleski't fix-hit hurling
gave the Indians their opening
win as Rocky Colavite and tar tarry
ry tarry Doby homered in support.
Bob Cerv drove in four runs in
the nightcap for the A's, three
with his 13th homer, but Mickey
Vernon's three-run homer in the
ninth forced Duke Mass to ap appear
pear appear in relief to Save the win
for the A's. .

Th Giants lost their see-saw o-

mmok in St. Louis in the 10th in

ning when Kay Crone's wild pitch
onohioH nick Schofield to romp

home from third Dase. Jim oros-

mn shackled the. wants on nine

hits in the second game, missing

a snutoui oniy on- vmmy iuviu
homer. Kerr Boyer hit two for the
Cards in the second, v'

. LEADING
, HITTERS
(Based on 75 official at bats)'.
. NATIONAL. LEAGUE
G AB R H Pet.

MusiaL St. Louis 37 138 22 61 .42
Mavs. San Fco.- 43 174 38 70 .402

Spencer, San Fco.43 171 29 59 ..34i
Cepeda. S. Fco. 32 168 36 56 .331

aft:?, t.:: si:cc:: has- vxnn or?

i

Skinner, Pitts.

Ashburn, foil. -Convington,'
Mil.;
Crowe, Cin.
Torre, Mil.
Walls, Chicago ;

40 157 29 52 .331
38 142 24 47 .331

24 79 11 26 .329

29 93 6 30 323
37 88 11 28 .318
45 177 29 56 .316

AMERICAN LEAGUE

: The panic Isn't en yet ol course
i because the Yankeet still load
; by Vi games but it was stun stunning
ning stunning 1e see the Senators jutslug
1 the Yankees, as Roy Sievers
smashed three homers In the
...! bin iui Jim Lemon two.

The Senators blew a six-run lead
In the opening game and then
h.rir tn win when Sievers

and Ken Aspromonte each clouted
a three-run homer in the eighth to toning.
ning. toning. But they led all .the way in
h. niohtmn after Sievers and

Lemon homered in the first in
rvinrk stobbs won the open

er in relief while Pedro Ramos
went the route in the second with

a seven-hitter. -.
t nftip a t., holiday tames

th. rhioafn white Sox ran their

winning streak to five games by
beating Detroit, 6-5 and 4-2: the
Boston Red Sox handed Baltimore
its eighth straight defeat, 2-0, be before
fore before the Orioles took the nightcap
Ihv the same acore: and the Kan-

'aas City A's rallied win the
; nightcap, 7-, after losing tha

.v pener, i-i.

riih ralliftd twice in the ninth

Inning to beat los Angeies, o-
and 10-8; Milwaukee beat' Pitts Pittsburgh,
burgh, Pittsburgh, 7-4, in the opener and then
lost, 12-6: and Cincinnati grubbed
Philadelphia in : a single game,
- The White Sox broke a 5-5 tie hi

the ninth inning of their opener
when Shernv Lollar singled home
- a run, and in the last of the ninth
Al Smith saved the game by mak-
, ing a circus catch of Frank Boi Boiling's
ling's Boiling's long drive to start a game-
-Aina Hmihla Tllsv T.ftV BillV

Pierce had only one bad Inning

as he won the nightcap on a six
hitter.

Franlr Sullivan of the Red Sox

turned in the holiday's top pitch pitch-in
in pitch-in c job, holding the Orioles to two
hits both infield singles by Al

Pilarcik in their first game as
' 'Frank Malzone supplied; the runs

Ward. Clev.

Nieman, Bait.

Fox, Chicago

McDoueaid. N.

Kuenn, Detroit
Vernon, Clev.
Cerv, Kansas C.
Lollar, Chicago

Robinson, ism,.

Jensen, Boston

34 95 14 35 .3NS

'31 99 16 36 .364

38 155 21 56 .361

Y.33 123 21 43 .350

41 157 24 53 .338

36, 97 17 32 .339
34 119 33 39 .328

33 110 15 36 .3:

36 129 12 41 .318

40 138 20 43 .312

Ex-Dodger Walt (Moose) Moryn

was the cud nero in meir uwiu
win over Los Angeles. His double
was the only extra-base Wow in
the three-run rally the Cubs stag staged
ed staged in the .ninth inning to win their

opener. And he blasted tnree nom nom-ers.
ers. nom-ers. in the nightcap, including; a
two-run clout in the ninth inning
to win the game. 1

' V

Milwaukee came from behind

with four runs in the ninth to win
their ooener at Pittsburgh, with

the hefo "of loose play by .third

baseman Frank Thomas. But their

four homers in the nightcap were

buried under an 18-hit Pirate at

tack. . ,,.

' HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE

Walls. Cubs - 13

Mays, Giants 13
Thomas. Pirates 13

Cepeda, Giants 12

Banks, Cubs ; u
AMERICAN, LEAGUE
Cerv, Athletics 13
Jensen. Red Sox v, 9

Sievers, Senators y 7
Maris, Indians 7
Minoso. Indians v (7

Triandos, Orioles i 7

RUNS BATTED IN
NATIONAL LEAGUE

Banks. Cubs 38

Thomas. Pirates i j 37

Mavs. Giants 5

Soencer. Giants S

Cepeda, Giants :., .:; ,; 3S

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Cerv, Athletics 40 1

Jensen. Red Sox z7
Oernert." ReH Sox -' 26
F. Bollin, Tieeri t V-

Minoso. Tnn'nn

'prnon, Indians i- 23
Sievers, Senators i 23

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NATIONAL LEAGUE

San Francisco
Milwaukee
Pittsburgh
Chicago
St. Louis -...
Cincinnati
Philadelphia
Los Angeles

W

27
24
22,
22
18
H
17
15

Pet. GB
.ill

.615
.537
.489
.462
.457
.436

.366 11

TODAY'S GAMES
Cincinnati at Philadelphia.
Milwaukee at Pittsburgh.
Los Angeles at Chicago.
San Francisco at St. Louis.

YESTERDAY'S R-sSULTS
(First Game)
Milwaukee- 100 010 0147 13
Pittsburgh 000 110 200-4 1 8

Vv

TTuMPB H

1

LEADING
PITCHERS

Whatever
Happened to ...
HARRY HARTZ

IHarrv Harti-was one of the

most consistent drivers ever, to

race In he Memorial Day 500.

miler at Indianapolis but never
managed to win it. Beginning in

1922. he finished second three

times and fourth twice over one

span of five years. Ham was
good enough to win the national
. 1. i 1. 1 ,A(0

driving cnampionsnip in v.. x,
however,' and later, as an owner,
saw his cars win at "Indy" with
Billy f Arnold and ? later Fred
Frame,; at the wheel. u y ;
Whatever happened to Harry
Hartz? Now approximately 60
years old, he has made his home

at Indianapolis and is on me
sales staff of 4 an ..automobile
agency. t. t, ' ; .'. ;

(Based on 5 decisions)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet.

Spahn, Braves v 7 1 .875

Purkey, Redlecs 5 1

Grissom, Giants, 4 1 .800
McCormick. Giants 4 1- .00

Elston. Cubs 6 2 .750

.. -1 r r

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Ragdzzq Out sprints Parasol
In Memorial Day Handicap

Talbert Says American Tennis
Needs Special Training Camps

Turley. Yankees

Garver, Athletics 1

Shantz. Yankees

wynn, White Sox
Ford, Yankees.

.875
.8751
.800

.800!

.714
.714

BOUTS HOME THREE

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Jerry Truman booted home three
winners Thursday at Garden
State Park. Truman scored on
Gambrosia ($20.20) in the third
race.' aboard Intentionally ($25.40)
in the fourth, and Time Called
($7.20) in the eighth.

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NEW YORK (UPI) What
American tennis needs to regain
international supremacy jirom
Australia, former Davis Cup cap.
tain Bill Talbert insisted today,
is special training -camps for

young comers in the spring and

fall and even during the Christ.

mas holidays.
!$ i. '..vis. i-. .:j vij'..;." r'ji,J '. vr 'V'':' :

; "Our youngsters are just as,,

good players as the Australian
kids," Talbert insisted. "It's sim.
ply that the Australian t system
beats ours." '
Not. crew-cut Billy savs empha-

tically, that we should go "all
out" with the youngsters as the

Aussies do.'

While he wouldn't enlarge on
why we shouldn't, the answer is
obvious. The Australian youngster

of nromise virtually becomes

tennis pro. He plays tennis the
vear round and his scholastic ed

ucation sutlers saaiy. rroo; 01
this is that, since the war; there

hasn't been a college man among
the horde of fine Anzae players.

No Longer A Sport

This, it is obvious, removes the
cranio from the realm of sport.

It becomes a business withlike
hasphall's i"bonus babies" the

lure being a fat professional con contract
tract contract if the young tennis star de.
velops into "the" : player of the

year. ,

"T have never seen a better

nlaver at 17 than Butch Buch.

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bridge and Rice

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AMERICAN LEAGUE

W L Pet

2$

New York
Kansas City
Cleveland
Chicago
Boston
Detroit
Washington
Baltimore m

It
21
19
20
18
17
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10
17
21
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.714 .714-.528
.528 .714-.528 .500
.500 m
.408 8
.439 10
.436 10 1
.417 lOVt

TODAY'S GAMES

Cleveland at Kansas City (N).
Chicago at Detroit (N).
Washington at Baltimore (N).
New York at Boston.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS

(4-0). Trow-

(First Game)
Washington -. 420 000 061.13 14 1
New York i 000 430 0108 16 J
Kemmerer. Bvrlv: Stohh 72.4 1.

J). Blackbufn and vvenger and Fitzgera d, Court.

Ford. Ditmar. Kucks. Grim fO.n

(Second Gam.) Maglie and Berra.
Milwaukee 011 100 3006 11 0 ,itrnnA r.
Pittsburgh 10-4 U2 42X-12 18 2 MS lton L mi ?nn7 a n
R :rriett .Tnhhn UnhinsAn (n "asmnglOn J00 101 2007 8 0

rw s::iv;i.Ti tv;a.:i" ;:r i ew York 200 000 0002 1 0

2), Littlefield, HcMahon r and

Crandal

Raydon, Gross (2-0), Blackburn ard
and Kravitz.

Ramos (3-4

Shantz

and Courtney.

(3-4)

(4-1 j, Ditmar and How.

(First Game) t
Boston 000 200 000-2 8 0
Baltimore 000 000 000-0 2 0
Sullivan (2-1) and White.

Podres (4-4), Roebuck and Rose Derg vv" "uu

(First Game)
Los Angeles
Chicago

100 100 000-Z
000 000 0033

boro

Drabowsky. Elston (6-2) ,ind'it. ,'j

holz of St. Louis.' Talbert elab.

orated. "But he has to v do his

development on his own. He goes
to school until 'June, can compete
only during "the 'summer, and
then returns to school in the fall.

"That's why I suggest spring

and tall training camps under an

expert, such as Jack Kramer
Talbert added. -"They 'could even

get together during the ; Christ.

mas holidays when, ordinarily,
they would be. playing in one of

the holiday tournaments where,

actually, they aren t learning any
thing." t v

Long a member of the top 10

and a Davis Cup star in his own,
right,. Talbert reached the heights
the hard way.

- Tnnis Recommended
"I was a diabetic at 10," he

recalls. "For tnree years I sat

around doing nothing. Then the

doctor said I should try tennis.

I was delighted. I was' hungry

to set out and do something and

this gave me an outlet as .well

as companionship."

But the current crop of young

sters, he frets, are by -passing
tennis in favor of such sports as

basketball, baseball and football

"They actually don't know what
they are doing,'' he says, ''tennis
is an 'after school sport. Not

many boys can expect to con

tinue playing basketball, football

or baseball after their school
days are ended, But j they, can
Elay tennis the .rest of their
ves."

Ragazza, under a perfect ride
by heliodoro Gustines. scored a

f lve-lenght victory in the $500

Memorial uay Handicap" yeser
day at the President Remon race racetrack.,
track., racetrack., Odds-on mutuels favorite
Parasol wound up second some 15
lenghts ahead of third place fin finisher
isher finisher Pibe Lindo.
Gustines was the big noise at

the track during the holiday aft.
ernoon and thrilled his followers
with five victories two ojf
them in Garrison finishes. He
also had a pair place finishes,
one of them a photo-finish loser.

The handicap did not develop

into the thrilling virtual "match

race that was predicted. Ragaz

za outbroke Parasol, outsprinted

mm ana was .never threatened.
Her time for; the seven furlongs

over a sioppy track was a tasc

1:25. ,

utner tiustines winners were

Carmelita, iBargyle, Mikel and
Silver Heels., The youthful saddle

star outgeneralled Cristian Rebol-

ledo aboard Mikel after the veter

an Cristiah muddled T i z i a n o's

chances; by getting himself' into

several pockets. His triumph with

Silver Heels was even "more sens

ational when he brought the bie

filly from "nowhere" to a neck

victory in the ninth race. .
Gustinesf five victories cut lead

ing jockey Braulio Baeza's marg

in in the first semester contest to

id winners, ne aisp esiaDiisnea a

new record of 26 victories in ohe
month,' eclipsing ; hhe mark he
himself set only last month.
Baeza, on the other hand, had
one of his rare bad days. Be.
sides being blanked, he, suffered
a nasty fall when Gay Legond
lost footing ,in the handicap. Re.
port indicate that the hard.rid.
ing Baeza suffered a fractured
collarbone and will be on the
sidelines for at least month.

Emily Mary and King John

paid $10.40 'each to win for the

day's best straight odds. Favorites

dominated the card.

(Second Game) '
Los Angeles 411 100 100-8 14 0
Chicago 001 203 202.10 15 1
Newcombe, Drysdale, 1 Bessent,
Roebuck, Koufax (2.1) and Pigna.
tano, Walker.
Phillips, Hillman, Nichols, Fodge
Mayer (2-2) and S. Taylor.

(First Game) A'!

San Fco. 110 100 210 0-6 14 2
St. Louis 101 002 200 17 13 2

Gomez, Constable, Worthmgton,

Mil er. Crone (1-2) and. Schmidt.

' St. Louis: Mizell, Mu'fett (2-1)
and Green, Smith. .. , r.j :
(Second Game)

San' Francisco 000 000 100-1 0
St. -Louis 240 000 20x 8 13 0

McComick ; (4-1), Worlhington,
Burnside, Crone and Thomas.
Brosnan (5-4) and Smith.

Cincinnati : 153 000 010-10 16 0

Philadelphia 000 000 1001 5 ;: 2

Haddix (3-3) and Burgess.'
Qimmnna Heam.'. Miller.

vu J 1

Boston 000 000 000-0 4 0
Baltimore 001 000 Olx- 2 10 0

Smith (3.1), Fornieles, Wall and
Berberet.
Portocarrero (3-2) and Triandos.
(Morning Game) 1
Ceveland 010 102 030-7 10 0
Kansas' City 010 000 000-6 6 0
Narleski (6-4) and Nixon.
Terry (2.4), Gorman. Trucks

and Chiti.

(S'cond Game) r

Cleveland 021 000 003-6 9 0

Kansas City 213 Oqt O0x-7 8 1
. Tomanek,, Kelly (0-2)r, Lemoa.i
and, Brown. j
Garver (T-l), Dickson. Maas and

C'.''W Moid
(First Game)

Chicago i 202 100 0016 15 0
Detroit 103 000 100-5 11 0
Donovan, Fischer, Staley (1-3),
Keegan, Moore and Lollar. i
Bunning, Morgan, Hoelt (3-5),
.Valentinetti and Wilson.

(Second Game)

pata.

International

Loop Results

Tams

Montreal

Rochester

Toronto

Columbus

Richmond

Havana

Miami
Buffalo

Talbert bears no malice, 1 1-though
though 1-though you can detect a hidden
hurt, at being replaced as cap.
tain of the Davis Cup Team. In In-Stead,
Stead, In-Stead, he has thrown ; himself
whole-heartedly into '.'selling" the
sport to' the kids.

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The dividends:' '. a
'. FIRST RACE
1 Emily Mary $10.40, $3.40
2-Neeful $2.80
.SECOND RACE
1 Segador $2.80,. 2.20 1
2 Achieved $2.80
.. First Double; $20.40 --.
THIRD RACE
1 Carmelita $3.60, $2.20
2 Damadura $3.40' t
One-Two:
FOURTH RACE
1 iBargyle $3.40, $2.20
2 Daniel $2.40
' Quiniela: $4.40'
FIFTH RACE
1 Ramo $9.40, $3.60
2 Campagnard $4.60
SIXTH RACE
1 King ,Jhon $10.40, $3.20
2 Golde.n Rocket $2.60
v SEVENTH RACE
1 Mikel $9, 3.60
2 Tiziano 280
; Second Double:'- $63.
. EIGHT RACE
1 Yosikito $10, $4
2 Soberano $4.20
Quiniela: 34.20
NINTH RACE
1- Silver Heels $9, $4.40
2 Maria Stuardo $7.40 .'
i One-Two: $60.80
TENTH RACE
1 Ragazza $4.60, $2.20 '., 1
2 Parasol $2.20
ELEVENTH RACE
1 Sabiondo $3, $2.60
2 Alhajar 2.60

; IN THE HUNT

Paris (NEA) Franca boasts

the-hiHhest ratio-of hunters in a

Europe. More than 1,800,000 hunt

ine permits are issued each year

one for every 20 mnenmen

W
28

Pet.

.683

.610 3 i
.548 5Vi
' .500 7'A
.463 9'A
.455 9V
.426 11
.341 14'i

010 Q21 .0004 10 1
020 000 0002 6 1

Pierce (3.4 and Battev.

Agulrre (1-1), Susce, Shaw and
Hegan. ,

"YESTERDAY'S RESULTS

First Game) -.

Toronto 000 100 ooo-i i

Bufialo 010 113 uzx-fl u
D. Johnson, Crimian
Hannah; Daley and Noble. LP-D,
Johnson. HRS-Nelson, Easter, No-

ble.

re...4 Asm. 7 Inninos) s

Buffalo 1U4 ,rra A a

Pearce, Tletenauer ;
Hannah- Coleman. Tsitouns (A),

Nagy (3, Newrik (6) and Noblev

WP-Tielenaueri i,r-vJiemi",
Nelson, Ortiz, Jethroe.

First Game, 7 innings) 4

Montreal . 000 010 o-f

U..hnQtor 100 Oil) X & J

Lasorda and Teeoj ureason aim
Grandcolas. HRS-Christian, Amaro

(Second Game)
Montreal 021 000 020-5 10

n1.host.Pi- v UUO IW o P

Collum (6) and Teed;

Blaylock, McGlajn (3) and Grande

Y-n as. Wr-MCUiain. ur i kuuuui.

HRS-Stevens, Amros, Christian.:

(First Game 7 innings)

Columbus 100 000 01 4
niohmnnri 010 230 X 6 10

Douglas, O'Donnell Arroyo

(5V and Kana: james ana uiuib.

LPJDouglas. HR-Johnson.

(First Game, 7 innings) v

Havana ' 101 011 04 u

Miami ' ' 000 000 O-M) 5

Pena and Izquierdo;, Lonicy, wa

son (6) and t Bucha. Uf -wniey

HR-Chacon. :

(Second Game) '

Columbus 1 000 200 ooo z i
Rirhmnnit 001 200 00X 3

Swnnann Dnnplns f71 and Pe

torson. Rand (71: Bronstad and

Oldis. '

Finish Of 42nd
5C0-r.li!c Race ; ;
INDIANAPOLIS,' Ind. (UPI)
Tho. finish nf th l"nA SMV.mila

GBiautd race, iwith speeds and guar.

anteed prizes:
Jimmy Bryan, Phoenix, Ariz.
m 791 40.850 rat

George Amick, Venice, Calif.,

133.517. 13.900 (b)

Johnny Boyd, Fresno, Calif., 133..

900, 8,250 (c)

Tony Bettenhausen, Tinley Park

111., 132.855, 7,200 (d)

Jim Katnmann, 'Miami, r la.

132.847 3,500

Jimmy Reece, maianapo'is wz..

448, 3,000

Don Freeland, lnoianapoiis in.-

403, 2,250 ,

Jud Larson, Hickman m i 1 1 s,

Mo.. 130.550, 1,950

Eddie Johnson, Cuyahoga Falls,

Ohio, 130.156, 1,850 ;

Bill Cheesbourg, Tucson, Ariz.,

129.149, 1,750

(a) Includes $au,iu lap pnez
awards; (b) includes $3,900 lap
prize awards; (c) includes $.2,550

an prize, awards; (a; inciuaes

$2,700 raprize awards.

Totals do not include any acces.
sory awards, and all prizes will
be increased an unknown amount.,
by the Speedway. ,

a 1 .' 1 J"

(Second Game)
Havana 1 001 010 0002 5
Miami nna ooo OOx 3 9

CueUar7'Sanchez (6)', Amor;17)

and Acosta; Cardweu ana uwer

Sports Briefs

wins pair

BOSTON (UPI) Jockey iave

Deroin took care of Thursday s

daily double of $115.40 at auiioin
Downs when his mounts won the
first two races. Deroin's opening
race triumph came aboard Little
Ferd ($14.00) and Matinee Doll.

($18.00) in the second.
HAWAIIAN SIGNS J

VANCOUVER, o. tUJfl)

Curt Iaukea II, Hawaiian ,. born
University of California tackle.

has signed a laoo iootDau con con-tract
tract con-tract with the British Columbia

Lions, aukea joins lom Hugo ot
the Montreal Alouettes as th
only Hawaiians to play for a ca.
nadian club. ..

LIKES DORMITORY
COLUMBIA, S. C, (UPl)-Wal.
ter (Skip) Mtingon Jr, a 230.
pound Rye, N.Y. teen-ager has
turned down an oiler from the
U. S. Military Academy for a
University of South Carolina foot.

ball scholarship. Mongon said he
made hi choice because of the
school's ultra-modern seven story
dormitory.

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Milo Valenzuela.

JOE

WILLIAMS

To get the full flavor of the nic
st sports, story of years, whole wholesome
some wholesome nd refreshing as a sun-dap-pled
mountain stream, let's ;' go
' back to a late season, bush league
' fimi in '40. - "

The year "before Sta Musial, 19,

had reported as a pitcner ana unu.
er the patient, experienced tutela tutela-tt
tt tutela-tt of his manager, Dickie Kerr,
he had a brillant 18-5 achievement
But the young lefthander could
"do more than pitch, so the follow.
: ing year, to capitalize on his solid
hitting, Kerr played him. ; int the
outfield as weT, and presently he
was established as a can't miss big
leaguer.- ,
Then it happened. A low sinking
liner on which he made a tumbling
game-saving catch, and In the
process crashed his left shoulder
violently against the harsh, con.
crete-like clay. There was no frac
ture but the arm hung limp' 'and

lifeless.

4

Back In' the stifling,'- "grubby

bed that served as a locker room,
. Kerr, who had developed a father.
' ly affection for the quiet, unassum
ing youngster, sought' to console
him

."I'll never be able'ili pitch again

he sobbed.
"So, what", soothered Kerr.
; "You'll always be able tp hit, and
tiit with thn best":

"And I'm about to become a
father, too".
, "Why that's great. Now you just
can't quit on yourself. And I don't
care if you can't throw three feet,
I'm keeping you in the lineup.
What's more, I want you and your
bride to move In with, us. A hotel is
M place to have babies, anyhow".
The youngster stood up. Tears in
bis eyes, he shook hands with the
wizened little veteran. "I'll never
forget you", he promtsed.-r r i ?; :
It was typical of Musial that
there was to be no publicity. But
- as Clark Nealon wrote: "The story
. glowed too much of the good, the
right and the grateful to keep it
out of ,print." Dickie Kerr's 65th
birchday present was a comedy
v new home in one of Houston's bet.
. ter residential olricts..j Musial
had not forgotten.

About Dickie Ktrr.
Starting 'out with the right peo peo-pie
pie peo-pie never hurts, and having a
man like Kerr as sympathetic
manager and understanding friend

in a. moment ot crisis was a wn-

erful break for a soul-sick
youngster.
Kerr belongs to another genera,
tion, the principles he' stands or
to eternity, and we suspect he was
attracted by young Musial's cha cha-racter
racter cha-racter as much as his abundant po
tential. : : A- .-
Kerr won 'two games for the
Black Sox in the corrupt '19 World
.KpripB ft fhroa. hit cVmtnnt' anA

HMnnmg touch and-go thriller, une

night there was a dinner party at
which the junior-size leity (5-6Vfc,
146)) was an honored guest. The

toastmaster lengthily extolled the

pitcher's .honesty. ., v :

as "unmistakable ,as his embarras-

mem, said i;;iionesty isn't like, a

curve oaii or control, xou don i de

fvelop' it. You are"; born with.it, and

no man ougnt to brag about hav having
ing having it, or be honored because he
does'." ' h

. We've never heard' Mtfslafc make

a speech, yet we are certain that
if he spoke on this 'subject, he'd say
the Same thing, very likely in the
same words. .certainly with the
same conviction.

By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA1 A lit little
tle little man has a tremendous oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to. make himself a big one
with the racing crowd and people
who only, read about horses.

Public relations wise, Willie

Hartack should take himsel oif
Tim Tam in the Belmont Stakes,
June 1. r
That would give Ismael Valen Valen-zue
zue Valen-zue a the chance to complete win

ning the Triple Crown aboard the

great son of lom tool, perform
a feat turned in 'by only seven rid.

ers in the 75 years that the three
top three-year -old numbers, have
been run consecutively. ;
Having been out of the Kentuc.
ky t Derby and Preakness, Bill

Hartack, as he prefers to be call

ed, cannot achieve this. It would
be a grand gesture for Calumet

Farm s contract rider to step 4 4-side
side 4-side and. let Milo Valenzuela, as

he is known in the jockeys' room

go on to e ory. Classy veterans

like Eddie Arcaro and Ted Atkin Atkinson
son Atkinson .would. ;. ;
It would b the cheapest pubfj.
city Hartack could buy. As a mat-:
ter of fact, the leading jock of the
last three years is in such a high
income tax bracket that he mignt
make money grounding himself
one more time. -
"It wasn't Valenzuela's fault that'
Hartack broke his leg a-v week
before the Derby. And it was
Milo's good fortune to be riding
better than: any other boy in
New York when .Jimmy Jones
telephoned from Louisville to
find out. Anyway, Valenzuela is
in position to join famous names

who will live forever as winners
of the Triple Crown and HartacK
isn't.
With the remarkable Tim Tam
at his. command in a mile and
a half race, Valenzuela would be
within easy striking distance of
every jockey's goal. ,
The seven others to make it
were Johnny Loftus aboard Sir
Barton in 1919, Earle Sande
astride Gallant Fox in 1930,
Smoky Saunders up on Omaha
in '35 Charley Kurtsingef on top
of War Admiral in '31, Eddie Ar.
caro with Whirlaway in 7 '41 "and
Citation in '48, Johnny Longden
on Count Fleet In '43 and Warren
Mehrtes on Assault in '46.

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DECADE DEAL ... .
Gambier, 0. (NEA) Bill .Stiles
ended a 10. year run as Kenyon's
athletic director and football and
lacrosse coach. He goes to Hob.
art,

y Like Bobby Shantx
As a press-box witness; we can
testify Kerr' was a real good piU
cher, an early, edition of Bobby
Shantz. He pitched as much with
his head as his arm, confused the

hitters with mixed pitch was as po

puiar then as the knuckler is today
In three full seasons s with Chica Chicago
go Chicago he -was 13-8, 21.. 19.17. When

owner Charles Comiskey refused

him a trifling $1000 pay increase
he turned to semi-pro bail and was
an outlaw until reinstated in '25.
By then he had nothing left, never
won again.
, Perhaps it's just as well Comis.
key. ."The nobelest Roman of
them all", they called him. . isn't

around today. He'd never under.

tand a man like Musial.

; KEEP POWDER DRY
i. j .
Salisbury! Southern Rhodesia
(NEA) Seven months ago A.L.
Stcgg lost a .22 cartridge in the
bush.. In the time it was lost the a.
rea had a rainfall of between 30
and 40 inches. Recovered the
cartridge fired perfectly

DF YOU'RE TIRED..

.. of turning screws with
a kitchen knife

... of turning nuts with
111.'.... .l! . I

pour lining piiers

...of cutting wire with
scissors

.-

... or using tools of
1850 vintage

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Horsas and riders that!, chill the"
marrow of your bones just think,
ing about them.
Only one horse which bagged
the Derby and Preakness and
came to the Belmont Stakes sound
failed to try on the Triple Crown
for size. Conn McCreary was kept
out of the select circle with Pen.

sive in 1944, when that fjaiumet
co t was unable to cope with ;' the
bounding stretch run of the late
William Ziegler'i Bounding Home

and lost bv a half length.

Ismael Valenzuela has -skillfully

Ukpa,Tim Tam this .far., ft would,
be shame to deny the Texas.

born hustler the final run.

. Willie Hartack giving it to him

would be a. fine thing for thor
oughbred racing.

. It would win the cocky left-hand

whipper any, popularity contest

and sportsmanship award.

Duck Sentries
Quack Loudly
. WINNIPEG, Can. (NEA) -Pho.
tographer Howard Modavis re.

ports that ducks post sentries to

warn of approaching danger.

Modavis says that while watch.

ing large flocks of the birds asleep

he noticed that those who re.
mairted awake quacked loudly to
arouse the others o' peril. J
He noted also that the sentry
ducks would not take flight until

the others had left.

.w. PISCATORIAL PEACH

Miami,; Fla. (NEA) Howard

P. Clark made a dramatic finish

in the Metropolitan Miami Fishing

tournament to emerge as the win

ner in the plug casting division

with a 131V4-pound tarpon.

blended with Geniui
& Mellowed with Ag

to Her MktoMT

i KltMbelk II

L) Mr

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ACTING FLIGHTY The pilot's seat is about as high as
Sherra Waller wants to be in this contraption On McKellar
Lake in Memphis. The device is supposed to fly when towed
by a motorboat. An earlier model broke up. in mid-air;

by

- Since he's settled on a new Con.
necticut estate in the squire man.
ner of Gene Tunney, the Yanks'
George Weiss has, been looking
down his nose at old pals.,.com pals.,.com-plain
plain pals.,.com-plain some newspaper cronies who
buddied with him when he was
GM of the Bombers' talent ware,
house n. New Jersey...;
The movies supposed to show
Willie Mays what he was doing
wrong (mainly not hitting the ball
out of the park) were played more
for Willie's psyche than results
... since he's not loo crazy .about
the flicker system ;,,t anyhow, they
produced results...
"To give you an Idea how long

Mickey Vernon's been "wound

President Eisenhower, once imas
ed,' "Why, he" was praying 'first
base for the Senators when I was

still a lieutenant colonel." ... the

prolonged and rejuvenated career
of the Indians', amazing quadra
genarian, an e arly season r bat
challenger, traces to the removal
of a mouth tumor half a dozen
years 8go. .
The football Giants are suecum.
bing to the space shoe fad (at 75
bucks or more a kick) ... and have
ordered a half dozen pair for the
behemoths who suffer from sore
tootsies... -r
Golf trickster Jack Redmond
has just checked in from his ump.
teeth swing around the world (in.
eluding an ace in. far off Colombo)
and reports he can still hit a golf
ball "sober or drunk" from a
tee he'd in the mouth of intrepid
men or women ... he also spun a
round with the King of Samoa, but
courteously checked the latter's
handicap before teeing off ..."Six
wives," shot back His Royal High.
neSS...:':';',"-'-i'---.-vM.'i'.-.:i;,jS;:, .,;,.,
.''"".'' '"''.):" ',:',1:.:.iv"'-''.
Whatever happened to the sup.
posed ban on baseball players frat.
ernizing on the field? ...You nev.
er heard such pre-game yakking
around the batters' cage..;
Ralph Houk, Stengel's heir ap ap-parent,
parent, ap-parent, was twitting ex-teammate
Gene Woodling, now an Oriole, ov.
er Woodling's farm acreage in O.
bio; ''Bet you got callouses all 6v.
er your hands ... from milking the
cows."... shrugged Woodling, "I'm
a gentleman farmer."... Houk has
Ynei Berra'n ctrhino mippnacnr

firmly picked out: "Johnny Blan.

cnara (even thougn shipped to
Denver) is next in line." .w
Pirate pilot Danny Murtaugh ex.
plains it simply: "I studied two

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and chose the obvious." ...
Our private San Francisco line
relays he's eager to see what hap:
pens when August rolls around
and the Giants have to bustle- for
the sports buck against the Forty
Niners ..; "still No. 1 in swirts a.
round here."...guy also complains
the baseballers shun public ap.
pearances or place a hign price
tag on them "in sharp contrast
to the pro gridders." ..:
Baseball doesn't dominate all
the conversation in the Lou Peri,
ni family ... daughter Mary, do.
ing publicity for her dad's con.
struction enterprises, is an avid
sports car fan has tooled" her
own Jaguar down racing strips...
-l.-.-.-m,,.'-. ' '''
Sign of success: Now that
they've gotten used to winning
pennants, the Milwaukee critics
have turned perfectionist any.
thing performed on the field that
doesn't measure up to world cham
pionship status comes in for a
blast of vitriol... in the land where
they used to cheer.
It figured that Fred Haney was
going to pop off on the airplanes,
he being a former radio announa.
er ... because he sure plays it ca.
gey when he. talks to the writing
boys in the dugout..;
Between you'n'me, no sport has
worse liaison between teams than
pro football ... when a couple of
owners have to ring us to find but
if anything new's going on around
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FOR SALE: 1954 M.reory
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Cricket News
i A friendly game of cricket be-
tween the champion Clovelly C. C.-C
C C.-C and the Panama Hindustani C.
C. will be played at the Paraiso
ball park tomorrow.
. i ;
' J This game s creating interest
4mong cricket fans, due to the fine
splay on the field three weeks
ago of the Hindustani team
'against a Pacific League team, in
, a game which was rained out aft aft-,er
,er aft-,er teo hours play.
". The two teams will be selected
from the following players:
Clovelly C. C: E. To mas
!7l.it T .TammntTt J. Allpvne.
:o.'Rollox, R. Flemming, G Moore
I Moore, A. Peter, W-uraiuiwaue,
C. Lashley, ..
i Panama Hindustani C. C: Cap
D. D. Patel, B. D. Patel, H. N.
Patel Bham, R. G. Patel, C. T
uviont. m n Patil. Mnhan. D
(BhagaC Mohan S Patel. Heman
janngimai, Monan, dannaKuuai.
The match which will start, a
12:30 p.m.
PASSENGER TAKES OFF
!, NEW YORK (UPI)-Dr. John
Arnett Jr., 33, was in a United
Airlines plane last night
about to take off for Seattle wheii
he was seized with a desire to
set of.
, He opened the emergncy door,
crawled out on the wing, slid to
; the ground and disappeared into
the darkness of the airport.
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Price $180.00
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more for your Dollar,
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155 Central Ave.
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Miscellaneous
. "Sealed bids will be accepted by
the Navy Exchange Officer,
' Marat Station, Rodman, Canal
Zone for the sale of equipment.
" The equipment may be inspect inspect-:
: inspect-: ed at the Supply 6 Fiscal Depart- 1
ment Storehouse, Bids.' No. 2, -N.S.
Naval Station, Rodman, C.
2. between the hours of 9:00
A.M. thru 3:00 P.M. daily, Mon Mon--
- Mon-- day thru Fridays. Bid's will bo
I opened 10:00 A.M. on 10 June,
,1958. Bid forms may be obtain-
, ed at the Navy Exchange Office,
building No, 24. Rodman Canal
2one. For further information
pleaso Call Navy 3389 or
:3490V -': v,-.-''.,:.'.
Vi ton air-cond. unit like new
$135.00. New trombone $85.
Misc. used musical instruments.
4 speed record player, like, new,
portable. Balboa 2-2389.
FOR SALE: -2 cot mattresses
' $5.00 each, 1 'reel chair, $5.00,
.: 2 card tables. $1.50 each, 2
Rattan, 3 strand' chairs, spring
cushions $40.00 each, 1 antique
ibrass locomotive bell with hang hanger
er hanger $25.00. Dishes, pans, house-
hold articles. 356 Mamel Place
.:'Apt.vl8. ,-','; ,'.-
FOR SALE: Immediately, as
; must sell before June 1 0th.,
Admiral T.V. Excellent; condi condition,
tion, condition, also gas stove, 4 months
old. Call Phono 3-7829.
FOR SALE: One juko box,'
Wurlitxer, 48 records, 60 cycle,
good condition, newly converted.
Call manager Gamboa Golf Club
Tel. 6-910, and, make offer.
FOR SALE: Slides of Panama
Duplicates made TOP
QUALITY prints from all your
negatives (even MINOX), Over-
night service on the ONLY
ELECTRONIC PHOTOFINISH-
ING equipment in Panama. jBring
your photographic problems to
.the most modern, establishment establishment-that
that establishment-that has a CENTURY of EX EXPERIENCE,
PERIENCE, EXPERIENCE, Foto El Halcon,
across El Panama- Hilton. Tele Tele-phono
phono Tele-phono 3-1179. f
, FOR SALE: Desk 43x23 wood
wHh -chair, typewriter Uhderwoo.
carriage, excellent condition.'
Book case curved top, 6 corner i
' shelves apace, BLDG No. 30-
05, Apt, No. 2 Mariano Arose Arose-'
' Arose-' mena St. and 5th Street.
FOR SALE:.' Mic, furnitures,
' Washing machine,: 1949, Mer Mercury
cury Mercury $275, 1955 Ariel motor motorcycle,
cycle, motorcycle, Lionel train set with ac accessories'.
cessories'. accessories'. Call Navy 3929.
HOLLYWOOD NEA) On-stage 1
Offstage and Upstage: Pinky Lee's
one-time kiddie TV tans better not
be told what happened to their
little hero. Pinky headlining
the "Life Begins at Minsky's
show in Las Vegas and all those
beautiful showgirls are so bare
a sign at the door reads a ; v
"Adults only no cameras,
IF THE Ingrid Bergman-Rober-to
Rossellini divorce makes head,
lines, as expected, Warner Bros,
will have another publicity natur natural.
al. natural. Coming up is a hew Bergman
movie titled, "Indiscreet.". ..
Bing Crosby is-ready to come out
of "retirement" if he can buy
the film rights to Broadway's hit.
"The Music Man." And he's sure
trying. Mrs., Bing pulled off a
surprise birthday party .for him
at the end of the week dominaU
ed by the Dennis Crosby,. Pat
Sheehan Marilyn Scott head,
lines. It's just one surprise after
another for the Old Groner these
days. . .The summer's biggest
coiininM lauch "should be Andy
r.riffith movie. ; "No ITime
for Sergeants," the play that be-
icame a movie, ivi jsuuw-auu.
. belt-buster.
THE IDEA behind Paramount's
nntinn nn the forthcoming novel,
"Two Women,'! is co-staruom for
Sophia Lorean and Anna Mag Mag-nani.
nani. Mag-nani. But I wouldn't want to be
around when Paramounst asks
Anna- to olav Sophia's mother.
That's part of the idea, too. r
Titi nf the first TV "Maverick
film for next season yup, the
show was renewed is 'The Day
They Hanged Bret Maverick."
He's still around after" the show,
however. It's a comeoy.
cnofrnafori !! letters for any
TV station these hoss-opera-hap
py days: WHOA.
ED FERBER'S one third
Eartnership in "Giant," reports
aily i Variety; is "the greatest
single payoff for a literary pro.
perty in the history of the mo.
vies," The novelist's share of the
"Giants profits will be a giant
check in excess of $1,500,000.
init'tho bepinnin of the

HOippl
I OA movies-television .-W. i
by Enkine Johnson III K J
liL Hi A Hall Corespeoo'eiit Lji I J 4- 1 1

Brigitte Bardot celluloid wave,
Fourteen Bardot films films made
France are awaiting ; release in
the U. S. They made 'em fast, I

"H" STREET. rANAMA LLBKfcKlA r it

Home Articles
FOR SALE: Bendix automatic
washing machine, $75.00. Ph.
Albrook 6232. V
.American couple transferred to
the States has three months old
Magic Chef range and other
bedroom furniture. For sale
: reasonable, phone 3-7576, :
FORI SALE: Jet light colored
mahogany diningroom chairs, two
. with arms $50.00, one girl's bi bicycle
cycle bicycle 20 inch whell $15.00.
Phone 2-2671.
Paraiso Junior,
Win Track And
The Paraiso 1 junior and senior
high schools annexed the 1958 an annual
nual annual track and field tiJed at
Mount Hope yesterday.
The big. annual classic, consm consm-the
the consm-the most colorful event local-
rate in school athletics, w e r e
highlighted by exceptionally rare
performance by the Pacific slders
whose stuDDorn opposition in u
their events were- the vital factors
in their victories.
The victory was the fifth con consecutive
secutive consecutive At the Pacific side high
srhnnl and the third in live years
for the iunior boys and girls. But
the amazing teat was ine accop,n
pPlishments of tne junior ; nig n
girls, .who lost only one event the
50-yara dash, in which. thei finish finished
ed finished second. The Senior girls also
captured all first places in their
riivision. but their program .was
just half of what was assigned, to
the juniors, r -r ;
- j earn Holmes, now considered
the fastest girl in the country,
wnh her threee vents for the sen-
inr: while" Marcella Daniels.' tie
Pacific side sensation, wok tnree
' . , iji:.-
titles for the juniors. Other mem.
bers of the squad who contribute
in a big way to the victory in
cluded Dolores retemn., u u 1 s a
Samuels. Deanna Carew. Ruh
Russell, Yvonne 'Hunter, Loraine
rmnn. Diana Nurse. Barbara Burt
tmx Vireinia Smith.4 Wilhelmina
MirMipU. and Barbara Lavne.
Paraiso's newest edition pf
sprint greatness was produced py
15 year-om neroert jonnson a
new member of tThe junior high
male tram. Johnson ran away
with, the 100, 200 s and '440 yard
dashes with amazing ease, while
disDlavina unusually rare form in
his execution. Ernesto Smith and
ANITA E KB ERG and Jack
Palance are in Madrid filming
"The Man Inside." But the girl
outside caused a bigger! stir when
anita went to madrid's famed
Plaaz de Ventas to see a. bull-
fight. The town, I'mA told, is still
ouzzing aoout it. -,Y-r- x
It was the only occasion in the
historr of the legendary bull
ring, it seems, that anyone re
ceived an "ole" from the crowd
simply for leaning over to pick
up a giove, ... ;
LOCAL BLOODMOBILE donors
now roll up their sleeves saying
"I hope tyiis is for the Dodgers."
RICHARD BOONE'S ROMANTI
PASSES AT June Lockhart on
"Have Gun, :Will Travel" may
mean more of the same on the
showi If the fan reaction is good,
the producers would love to give
Paladin more lovin'. .The Port,
land, Ore., Rose Festival June Jl
will.be on the TV band-wagon.
Grand marshal of the big floral
parade will be Guy (Zorro) Wil.
liams. i .Cathy Nolan of "The
Real McCoys" and actor Nick Ad.
ams are In a romantic whirl. He
played the copy boy in "Tether's
Pet.;s-''fe'V;''-;. -;;':"-:.v:'v?;v5-,i
F R ED ASTAI RE, the fellow
who has been saving "No" to
fabulous TV. oifers, joined his pal
Oscar Levant on camera for 90
minutes of ''Friendship, Friend,
ship" chatting and singing on Os.
car's local show, astraire's sala.
ry was the AFTRA scale of $82..
( 50. .Fess Davy Crockett) Park
er saueu nis yavub io 'hbl umic
in the handicap class in the Ense.
nada, Mex:, race with coonkin
cap hanging from the masthead,
Next year ne will try a longer
one the Los Angeles to Honolulu
wave hopper.
BREAKDOWN ON the year's
crop of top TV shows:
Ten westerns, seven comedies,
I two auiz shows. WO' musicals

guess, because a. wardrobe for
Bardot is never a' problem. 1
,J. j

two mysteries one drama and ope
melodrama. 1
. And next season we will have
MORE westerns.

CI ADO 1 Street No. 13 AGENCIAS

Real Estate
OR SALE r Lots on the most
exclusive, safe and attractive
beach in the country on the
banks of tha Corona "river. A
private beach for property own-,
ers. Only 60 miles from the
city. Easy payment plan. For
information, enquire at Alfa
Store, No. 29-110 Central Ave Avenue.
nue. Avenue. Phone 3-6153.
y FOR SALE: Beach cottage at
: Gorgona. Fully furnished, over over-'
' over-' looks Pacific ocean. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 4474.
Senior High
Field Meet
Gilbert Harewood also shared tha
spotlight in the junior high ranks.
fanny Mctarlane. a freshman
in the Paraiso high school, wno
specialized in the 440, while in
junior nigh school, converted him
self.; imo a miler, and displayed
rare ability in defeaun last
year's champion from Rainbow
City. His feat Was duplicated by
Alston Livingstone, a newcofner
on the. squad, who captured th3
au ya run, yards ahead of nis
veteran, teammate John Bovell.
Ricardo Jordon, wUh a 6 ft. 2
in. leap, established himself .as
one of the country's bin prospects
lor mture compel tiuon, while Bai
ley, who won the 440-vd. dash for
the second r consecutive year.
came in for a big share of com.
menaation.
Other male contributors in Hip
Pacific. side high school were
Leon Headley. .Eucene WUlnn.
Carlos Mussa, and Edward Ford.
Rochester Jveeps
Doublehcader From
Leading Montreal
L, NEW YORK, May 31 (UPir-
A doubleheader sweep over 'tne
Montreal Royals- moved the Ro Rochester
chester Rochester Red Wings within three
games of the topP rung in the
International League today; chie chiefly
fly chiefly on the slugging of rookie out
fielder Joe Christian.
Christian, who had onlv eicht
homers all last year for Austin
in the Texas League,' hammered
two yesterday. He and Ruben A A-maro
maro A-maro each homered in the seventh-inning
opener to give pitcner
Bill Greason v a four-hit, '2-4 vie vie-toy
toy vie-toy over the' league-leading Ro Royals.
yals. Royals. !, V...-V';.
: Then Christian, homered again
with a mete aboard in the last
half of the ninth inning of tha
nightcap to turn defeat' into a 6-5
victory. Joe McClain got his sixth
win in relief while lefty Jackie
Collum, who started the season
with parent Los Angeles, was tha
vicum ot Christian's clout and
the loser.
In other holiday twin bills, the
Richmond Virginians swept Co Co-jumbusk
jumbusk Co-jumbusk 6-1. and 3-2: Buffalo
Beat Toronto, 8-1, and then lost
tne nightcap, n-5; and Havana
oianked Miami, 4-0, before losing,
A-i. t
FORMS NEW FUND.
NEW YORK (UPI) Lazardl
reres a Co., New York invest,
ment banking firm, announced
today formation, of a new mu mutual,
tual, mutual, fund the Lazard Fund Inc.
The company has filed a regis,
tration statement with the Securi.
ties and Exchange Commission uft
der the Investment Company Act
of. 1940. The new fund will be
incorporated In Maryland.

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bedroom apartment in atractivo
neighborhood with modern kit kitchen
chen kitchen and connections for auto automatic
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Tension Belween
Haiti, Dominican
Republic Eased
PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAiti.' May
31 (UPI) Tension between Haiti
and the neighboring Dominican
Republic eased today after Domi Domi-nican
nican Domi-nican officials apologized for a ra.
dio broadcast in1 which Haitian
PresidentFrfncallecaf
insulted. f isu.' 3 "'"- (
The broadcast was mads by a
Haitian exile in Ciudad Trujillo ov.
er La Voz Dominicana radio sta.
tion which features daily ..Creole
language programs ; beamed, at
Haitfc-''?' i-:lc..'-.fV.:i'-'.':l..-
A government spokesman said
Dominican Ambassador : Porfirio
Casora called on Foreign Minister
Vilfort Veauvoir last night and ex.
pressed regret about the broad.
cast.
Dominican officials in Ciudad
Trujillo have also apologized to
the Haitian Ambassador mere,
the spokesman added.
However, he said the govern.
ment has not yet decided definite,
ly to drop its projected protest
over the matter to the Organiza.
tion of American States in Wash
ineton." The .Senate last weeK .
greed that the broadcast in ques question,
tion, question, and" othersr constitute "for "for-eign
eign "for-eign intervention' in. Haiti's, in
ternal affairs, x .. u ?. ; '.
'i Besides the personal'' attack m
Duvalier the broadcast claimed D
minican strongman Generalissimo
Rafael Trujillo would support, a
drive to overthrow Duvalier -gov
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society is all atwitter over the
fiorthcomihg.vlsit of Prince Juan
Carlos of Spain to the nation's
capital, No less than six affair
are planned in his honor. A mm
Shipman in the Spanish navy, he
lithe-grandson ot the lato King
jMfonso, Juan Carlos, 20, is re reportedly
portedly reportedly being groomed to take)
over if and when Dictator Fran
Cisco Franco retires. s 1
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Socialist

Crumbling Fast; He's All But In
PARIS,! May 31 (UPI) General Charles Gaulle's die-hard Socialist opposition crumbled fast today and Pres President
ident President Rene Coty formally accepted the outgoing government's resignation in a signal that De Gaulle was practically
Premier. 1 i t
De Gaulle outlined his program to a parade of political leaders. Meanwhile a majority of the Socialists was
reported to have swung beh'nd De Gaulle. '
That Would leave only the Communists and De Gaulle neither heeds nor wants their support for the "Gov "Government
ernment "Government of National Safety" that he plans to form in an effort to bring peace to North Africa and stability to f ranee.
' Without the Communists De Gaulla ''was virtually cert' in of an overwhelming majority in an investidure vote
' tha National Assembly.1. It was expected very shortly probably Monday. ,
lt was a dramatic switch from the 408-165 vote for Premier Pflimlin and by implication against De Gaulle that
was registered in the National Assembly only Wednesday. f .,

1 liable sources Said if De
Gar le gets the blank .check ne
is demanding from tThe National
Assembly, one of his first moves
will be to go to Algeria to re restore
store restore to Paris tThe loyalty of the
insurgent military-civilian, junta
..fcirh sph.pA nower May 13 and
' Sent off the pPresent crisis that
.imnct Virmieht civil war, to
flllllVUV
y France.
stiff Snrlalist oooositiop was
'Iwklinir fast. Communist-led pro-
toct etrilfpq stU'tpred vptlV,IV
across the country during the
day.
The popular mood was falling
into line behind him.
12 years of leisurely political ex exile,,
ile,, exile,, was demanding six months of
a year of parliamentary non-m.
a year of 'Darlinmentary non-interference
while he tried to:
Bring oeace ; in the disputes
between France and her subejet
peoples, or former subject peo
' pies, in North Africa. u
Make constitutional changes
to give France a stable govern-
father Or Not
This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today, Is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company;
, Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE :
High 8? 85
Low ..,..,... 76 76
HUMIDITY:
High 95 92
Low 71 80
. WIND:
(max. mph) NW-7 SW-16
RAIN (inches) .11 .68
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 84 :, 85
SUNDAY, JUNE 1
High Low
2:55 a.m. t 9:11 a.m.
8:12 p.m. 9:40 p.m.
COLUMBIA rienjRES
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ment mainly by strengthening the
power of the executive. These
changes were so f drastic that
people already were spPeaking of
a "Fifth RepuC'c They would
be submitted directly to the pPeo,
pie in a n?tional referendum so
the "great and broad" confidence
of the nation.
De Gaulle was understood, toj
bp Dlannine to confer with the
ipHer nf everv oarty in the asr
The consultations reversed the
pvnpotation of Thursday, after
ProoiHpnt Renn Coty summoned
De Gaulle to save a France
which he- said was "on the brink
nf riv T war." lt nau Deeni as
sumed then that Coty would act
as intermediary with the; politi.
nian without De Gaulle' active
nnrtirination. since the wartime
ipaflpr . has openly
scored backstage political .dicker .dicker-.
. .dicker-. A naradei of party leaders
nailpd on t Coi V in Paris Friday.
Tint thpv were beginning to go
nut to Da uauiies cwmuy
roof tnrt .."a '!'!
tv, a ifw visitor of the day at
rninmhpv was Vincent Auriol,
n tii-. .first .' nresineni i me
!-.?.. s.,i.th Republic. He flew
t tt mh envernment plane
f Va .i. as did two following.
vif, rsex-Premier, Guy Mollet
and Maurice Deixonne.
AH three are Socialists, the
party which w r the last big ob obstacle
stacle obstacle in De Gaulle's path to cer-
ttin i,itnrv ... ...
De Gaulle assured Auriol
Thiireriav that, i he would never
trti in taitn nPnwer bv force and
that h had no eonnectionwith the
incnrrptionists in Algeria and
Corsica who seized pPower in his
name and demanded ne reiurn
to bead the government' in Pans.
Tho assurance went a long way
toward stilling persistent socialist
doubts. ,
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1MTAOARA FALLS. N. Y.V (UPI)
Stockholder- of Hooker Elec.
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The merged firm will be known
as Hooker Chemical Corp.
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Soviet Union Stands Stiffly Aloof
From interference fn French Crisis

LONDON (UPI) -The Soviet tf-
nion. in in unusual policy move
yesterday served formal notice of
ns mienuon io siana aiooi irom
criticism of Gen. Charles de
Gaulle in France at least for the
present v
An official Foreign Ministry an announcement
nouncement announcement in Moscow stated
Russia's resolve to refrain : from
interference in France's internal
affairs ana formally denied an al
leged Kremlin :, attack on De
GaulIe.i.-i'v:;.!S'r''w-':',::v
The surprise move set of dip'
lomatic specualtion that ; Russia's
wait-and-see strategy may have
been prompted by hopes that De
Gaulle's advent to power would
weaken tne Allied front. 4
Diplomatic sources recalled the
Soviet trategy of the past, which
made every effort to play France
against the United States ; and
Britain. They anticinatert an early
soviet anoroacn ra ve uauile; re
newlng the oft heard call for
new non-aggression and friev-'ship
RussiaV statement ram iffr
days of moderate Soviet reaction
to the explosive situaflnn In
trance, t
,: Significantly, the Foreign Min Ministry
istry Ministry statement sharply denied i
remark attributed to Soviet Prm.
ident Kliment Y. Voroshilpv at an
embassy reception in Noscow
Thursday night that De Gaulle's
return to-. power might ; bring
Prolonged Rise
In Farm Prices ;
Steadies Down
. , ..... ., i- v
WASHINGTON (UPD-The nro-
longed rise in farm prices and
production costs levelled off dur
ing the month ending May 15. tun
Agriculture Department reported,
Meantime,' average prices re
ceived by farmers for their prod
ucts held unchanged from mid-
April to mid- May. Farm prod
uction and living costs likewise
held steady,
It was the "first .month since
December that averaee farm
prices naa tailed to climb, it aho
was the first time smctv October
inai prices paid Dy iarmers nad
lanea to set a new-record hieh
The index of prices received bv
farmers "for their croD and live-
stock held steady at 264 in the
month ended Mav 15.' This meant
tarm prices averaged 9 per cent
higher than a year earlier and
were the highest since January
1953. The index of orices naid hv
farmers for commodities, serv.
ices, interest, taxes and : farm
306 established in mid-April. This
was 3 per cent higher than a year
ago.
In both indexes, the base neriod.
isuu-14, is equal to wo.
Producer prices for hoes.' cattle
and cotton and cantaloups rose
last month. But this was offset
by lower prices for- tomatoes.
potatoes.; strawberries.'' sweetcorn
and mils.
Farmers had to Dav somewhat
nigner prices lor lood and to.
bacco, feeder live stock, feed and
some other items. Thfe was offset
by lower prices for clothing, build
ing materials, seed ana Household
furnishings.
The report said farm prices In
mid-May averaged 86 per cent of
parity, this was the same as the
mid-April level and. about 5 ur
cent higher than the parity level
ot 2 per cent in mid-May 1957.
U.S: Air Force i
Recoils Lebanon r
Airlift Planes
WASHINGTON fUPlt-The Atr
force Has called home the in
uiooemaster transport Dlanei sent
to Germany May 17 for oossihi
use ui airmu to revoit-torn hea-
anon. 1
When the n 1 a n e were
patched to Eurooe from -DnfmiH
sou Air Force Base. : S.C.. offleinl
sources said.lhey .could Jbe,. used
to evacuate Americans from Leb
anon. ,
The' first of the triBle.deoVr.r'
C-124's took off or th Tinit.
States Thursday afternoon.

De Gaulle

Moscow broadcasts reported the
resignation of the Pflimlin gov government
ernment government in France without com comment
ment comment They referred in passing
only to the Pans demonstra
tion two days ago against the re
turn to power of the general. They
did not attack De Gaulle. :
! Paris dispatches from ; Soviet
correspondents were relegated tm
tne background in Soviet publica
Uons..v;:i
But above all, the radio moni
tors noted ; the total absence of
name-calling 1 against .. De Gaulle
in fcoviet broadcast. ; The Soviet
press was siad to have followed
the same tactics.
Since few things happen In
Moscow, without a soecific pur
oose, the latest Soviet strategy
has ; Jed seasoned diolomats to
believe that he Kremlin is biding
us lime.
The Kremlin was believed to be
anticipating (the possibility of ten
sion ., between a De GauIIe-gov-erned
France. and its major al allies,
lies, allies, notably, the United States.
Memorial Day
- (Continued from rate 1)
gent'e shuffling -of feet on the
marble floor.
T h e n President Eisenhower
stepped forward and placed Med Medals
als Medals of Honor' on black cushions
atoo the coffins.
In simple tribute the President
said:
- "On behalf of a grateful people
I now present Medals of Honor to
these unknowns who gave their
lives for the United States of
America.
' Now the scene changed, to, the
broad plaza at the tomb of: the
unknown of World War whp
Was laid to rest Nov. 11, 1921.
As the caskets were borne down
the stens and placed on s'ings
above the graves, the world war
II soldier to the south and ine
Korean soldier to -the north of
their World War I comrade, the
President and vice president,
flanked by the Cabinet and Joint
Chiefs of Staff, stood beiore tne
graves and ard the final sery.
Tee. f-yy,- : r: :-'',' -y
After chaplains of three lalths
had sooken. the President stepped
forward and took a wreath of red
and white carnations and blue iris
and placed: it between the two
graves.
As the President returned to his
place; cannon placed high on the
hill above; tne scene ooomea out
a 2Leun salute that echoed across
the Potomac and bounced a gainst
the green hi'ls.,. .'.-v, ?v:v
Then a rme squad crcitea put
three volleys. An Army trumpet
er stepped forward and sounded
taps, the, last military rite of the
dead, as soldiers stood in stiff sa
lute. 'y-.y't:l;
The body bearers folded the
flags which bad covered the cas.
kets, and ( presented one to the
President, the other to the vice
president.
The flags wiu be placed in Art
ington's trophy room.
Hu$b:nd-Killing r ; ;
Widov Escape
English Mom
Mrs. Mary Eliazbeth Wilson, 66,
sentenced to death for the mur.
der of two of her three husbands
by cockroach poison, was granted
a reprieve today by nome secre secretary
tary secretary R, A. Butler. v
Thei first woman to be sentenc.
ed to hang under Britain's new
homcide act. NTARS. Wilson had
already had one appeal turned
down by the Court of Criminal
Appeal.
. The Homicide Act, which re re-stricted
stricted re-stricted cases in which the death
sentence could ; be applied,- ; was
brought into play in the widow's
case because it provides that a
person convicted of two murders
committed at separate times is
liable to the death penalty.
. The Home Secretary's reprieve
meant that Mrs. WUson would
serve a' life sentence, it was un understood.;
derstood.; understood.; f.-A-- :-;; 'y;yy
She was found guilty of murder.
ing her second husband, Oliver
James Leonardr75, 13 "day" after
marrying him and of murdering
her third husband, 76-year.o'd Er.
nest Wilson, 15 days after their
marriage. Her first husband died
a natural death.

It's hard to tell if some women
ore really shopping or taking in in-ventorv.
ventorv. in-ventorv. ..
U.S. Businessman
Ibid In Tokyo Affr
Death Of RcEalive
TOKYO;- May 31 (UPI) Japa
nese prosecutors received todav
permission to hold American butf
nessman Joseph Crowley for 10
more days without charee whila
they investigate the death of his
brother w law, T.A.D. (Tad)
j ones.
An. initial lO.dav Hold nrrin- i
nired tnriav. Prnsppntnr (Cemivn
uruKawa asked the Tokyo dis
trict court tor permission to hold
Crowley another 10 days, r
Permission was granted automa automatically.
tically. automatically.
The 48-year-old prisoner, a for
mer Yale tootball star, was arrest.
ed May 21 on suspicion of causing
injuries leading to the death of
Jones', whose body was found Mav
8 in the Imperial Hotel suite he
snarea ; wun trowiey ana Mary
land accountant Frederick Kissing-
er,.;.62..:-i,v';i-'.'!:,J.;; lit'M
.Jones had a cut lip, body bruis bruises
es bruises arid a blackened eye, v;
The three men had arrived ia
Tokyo three days previously to in
vestigate the. possibility pf buying
an oil tanner. y.
Croweley was turned over to the
prosecu.ors Mav 22. Under Japa
nese law, the prosecution may
hold a .suspect 10 days witnout.
charge for investigation. This 10-
day period may be renewed for
another 10 days as was done' to today,
day, today,
Furukawa told United Press In-
Ternational tha; no decision has
been reached as to whether Vrow-
ley should be indicted. That was
one of the main reasons for. ask
ing for the extensions. .-
G. Ii Aulo IJ:n
Conlinuo To Vcrk
Without Contracts
ATLANTA .(UPI) Union offi
cials predicted cont Med barsain-
ing and no trouble Friday as
4,800 members. of the United Au Auto
to Auto Workers reported for their nor normal
mal normal work shifts, at three General
Motors plants in Atlanta.
The UAW-GM contract, signed
in 1955, was terminated at mid
night Thursday night and 126
GM plants aero? he nation be
gan operating without union con
"attS.;;;.
The first test in the nation caire
in Georgia Where Memorial Diy
is not observed. GM has Chevro
let and Fisher Body, plants in
suburban Doravule .fid a iSuick-
Oldsmobile-Pontiac plant in At.
lanta.-
W. A. Henslee. UAW Local 34
president, nid his m e m b e r s
would conti t to report for work
as usual'; a the Chevrolet and
Fisher plants.
Henslee said there would be
no trouble and that relations be
tween union and local GM man
agement "have- been friendly and
we expect them to continue.".
"They, (the company! can t
force .us' to strike,'" he said. i
BiU Porter. UAW Local 10 pres
ident, said "we will continue' to
bargain ; and our members will
continue to report to work- at : the
(Buick Oldsmobile Poatiac)
olant.'"" '
U.S. Foreign
Aid Alfacked
In The Senate
WASWTMr.TnN TTPIV L Son
Olin D. Johnston (D-SC) has- de
nounced President Eisenhower a
mutual security program as an
"astfanl nn th IrMtnrv in tht
name of foreign aid." ,, ;
ne said in a Senate speech
yesterday that the aid program
Was H ''main tnnnlrav ivranoh" in
the American economy, and that
thousands of American families
were on relief because of foreign
competition m a o e possmie
through the aid program.
" The Senatft hnnoa tn art vntlno
Tuesday on the $3,713,000,000 pro.
gram lor tne next fiscal year.
Ben. xi. 1 Alexander smith (R-
N.Il cautionari the Sonnfo asalnet
slashing the foreign aid program
in i spiietui vengeance lor ana ana-American,
American, ana-American, riots overseas. 1 !"
tacks on: Vice President Richard
m. iNixon,- pius anti-u.S. demon demonstrations!
strations! demonstrations! in Lebanon and Algeria,
maae it. "tempting" for the Unl Unl-ted
ted Unl-ted States to turn it has An th
rest of the world.'
" But lie said :thifcountry" tntist'
continue to try to strengthen free
wona iorcea since "tnere is now.
ine that the Knvint ITninn uintiM
like -better now than to see us
falter in our course."

Thousands Pay Tribute
:;;Fma

CHICAGO (UPI) Saddentd
crowds lined an J8-mile strip
from O'Hare International Air Airport
port Airport to Holy Name Cathedral Fri Friday
day Friday in quiet deference to the
memory of Samuel Cardinal
Slritch. - .
The beloved prelate's body ar arrived
rived arrived by 'plane from Rome Fri
day after orief stop-overs at Pa
ris and iNew York, and was met
by a host of church and city of of-ficiaL".
ficiaL". of-ficiaL". y-
The cortege was Preceded by
a 20 man Police motorcycle es escort.
cort. escort. As it made its one-and-a-half
hour journey across the city,
thousands of Chicagoans lowered
theu: heads. -.
Authorities estimated that more
than 1,000 priests of the Roman
Catholic- faith and almost everv
city official turned out to meet
the zinc-lined wooden coffin bear.
ing j the 70-year-old cardinal's
body. Also on hand, were count
less nuns, children, policemen
and friends of all faiths.
Stntch, whose dea.h Tuesday
occurred only several weeks aft
er he arrived in Rome to take
up the Post as member of the
Curia, the first American so hon.
ored, r was mourned with mil
church honors in Rome Thursday.
Cardinals Atttnd Mass
, Fifteen cardinals a ttended the
requiem mass at St. Ignatius
church which echoed with the
voices of the famed Sistine Chap
el choir, the personal choir of
i'ope rius XH. Other mourners
included high Vatican officials and
diplomats, archbishops and .bish .bishops,
ops, .bishops, American priests and semi,
narians.
The three branches of the mill,
tary, the elite police corps known
as canbinieri, all participated in
tne ; honors paid the deceased
prince of the church.
: Following the ceremony, the
casket containing the cardinal's
Heroes Of All Wars
Honored ai Memorial
Day Services Friday
, j... -.
ft WASHINUiUIN (Ull)-.Heroes
of Amtiica's wars from tThe Uox-
er Rebellion to Korea received
the nation's thanks from Presi President
dent President Eisenhower yesterday, v
' The President, apparently deep-
Itr mntrorl Hv ilia -' ovnorioniA
shook hands with 216 winners of
4he Medal of Honor, gathered
here to serve as. honorary pall
bearers in ceremonies --honoring
the unknown servicemen of World
War II anu Korea.
There were young men, some
gcill in military service, and vet
erans like retired Maj.-Gen. Ran
dolph C. Berkeley, 83, of Beau Beaufort,
fort, Beaufort, S.C.. who won his medal in
tne- battle of vera crus in iai4.
Former Pvt. William C. Hor
ton. 82, of Seattle. Wash., was
there: His medal dates back to
exploits in the siege of eking,
during the Boxer Rebellion of
1900 in China.
Speaking to the group in the
While House" rose garden-. the
President said they had been
"such great fighters' he was
certain that each of them feels "a
great compulsion to be a fightTer
for peace.
"Each of you. .occupies a very
special place in the affections
and respect of America, the
President said. "You have of
fered on the field of battle the
very most that can be offered in
defense of those ideals and those
principles on which Amenta
stands."
Then he 1 Said he and Vice
President Richard M. Nixon
wanted to 'shake hands with each
of them.
Nixon who had -faced stone stone-throwing
throwing stone-throwing mobs in Peru and Vene Venezuela
zuela Venezuela during his South American
tour several weeks ago, was too
surprised -to reply when one Med
al of Honor winner tdld him:
"I would be willing to give you
my medal for what you went
through." ,'
This offer came from Marine
Corps Chief Warrant Officer Don
ald Ui Truesdell of Lugoff,' S.C.
integration Judge
Finds Fiery Cross
Lying On Lawn
NEW ORLEANS, May 31 (UPI)
Integration came without inci
dent on city buses and streetcars
today, but last night a flaming
cross appeared on the lawn of tne
judge who ordered an end to seg
regation.-.,, f. !.M.v-;' .vii;
: Police reported that when they
arrived at the house of Judge J.
Skelly Wright there was no crowd
and the cross had burned out.
They said they, did not know who
nut it there, i v :
The transit i company; complied
with Wright's order to desegre
gate at one minute past mid mid-nieht
nieht mid-nieht .,
The order followed a copy of the
official transcript of the U.S. su supreme
preme supreme court which was handed to
transit company officials and city
officials yesterday afternoon. The
high, court's ruling upheld without
comment Wright's ruling of more
than a year-and-a-half ago. v
The "New- Orleans secreeation
ban was based upon a state law
pPassed in 1956. The city had no
ordinance requiring theseparation
of the races on its transit sys systems.
tems. systems.

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body was placed- aboard a plane.
An honor guard of 50 Lalian
servicemen saluted. Ten persons
were in the party accompanying
the body home, including his sec secretary,
retary, secretary, .and his two nephews,
Father Morris Stritcb of Memphis
and Robert Emmet Stritcb Jr. of
Chicago. ,.
The arrival of the cardinal's
boav Fridav marlraH lh.
mng of three-day solemn homage
iu uc jjoiu Him ueiore ne is en entombed
tombed entombed at Mt. armel Cemetery
here Tuesday,, following another
requiem mass which will be cek cek-brated
brated cek-brated ? by Archbishop Ameleto
Giovanni, Gicognam, papal dele-
gaie io me united Males.
Polica Meet Body
' i- ,''s y- ,;. ;"T'...
In addition, hi more than 4Q0
policemen who met. the body, an another
other another 1,200 po icemen and fire firemen
men firemen .Were to participa.e in acti activities
vities activities connected with "services
here. , ,
"'His will be: the largest and
most impressive uneral o 'r held
in Chicaen."" said tha pi
Msgr. William J.; Gorman, chap chaplain
lain chaplain of .the Chicago fire depart department.
ment. department. Following the trip through the
city, Stritch's body, was 4o he
taken to a funeral hnmo tiw fin-.i
preparations before it Is placed
in an ;open cofim at Holy Name.
The caskit will regain opeh at
an ; umes during ,f ie three-day
pPeriod, except for times when
masses are oitered.
Concluding servicee Tuesday
were to eb attpndpH hv finfr nm.
dinals and pearly 200 archbishops
anu uiMiups., raiinearers were to
be 12 members of the last ordi ordination
nation ordination class at Si u art -ni i kn
Lake seminary at Mundelein, 111.
Of escape's
Undcfvond Slain
CHICAGO riTPTl A an aif U
a cross on his forehead" gang,
ouu; Biang iur a marKea man-s.
was slain in typical underworld
lasliioii vestrrrrav
V Authorities probed possible tie-
.ma wwi me minion-dollar all all-gauer
gauer all-gauer Fireside Restaurant blaze
which took place several : weeks
ago. s
Police said Vincent -James
SDarri, arnunrl dn ,oi nnr,nr.A
. ...,0 UIIUGU
down by five- men who shot hi,n
twice in; tne .back and at least
three times in the head.
A black notebook in the victim's
pocket showed a floor.plan for a
building basemen and he word
:AUgauer, scrawled on it: .,n
Sparri, also known as Dominic
Albano, Vincent Costa, and by
several, other aliases, had' appar apparently
ently apparently r been "holing i up' in ihe
southwest apartment near which
he was alairu :
He was walking north on the
street. when a car pulled up aud
five men- got .out, -shot him, then
jumped back in -, the car and
drove Sway,
Soarri's recortl shnworf ha .we
wanted by the government on a
federal narcotics charge, for vio
lating the stolen automobile act,
ana naq served time for robbery
4B
WEEK END
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; KEITH i ; MAGGIE
ANDES HAYES
'-AND
Truly '. "THIS IS RUSSIA"
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In CT? feggo
The young priests' ordination had
been moved forward io the SaU
UrdaV .Drprpriino ; tho i.m.rf;;
- a ..... :y9JUXimt 9
departure for Rome. v
- ihe cardinal's red hat, present,
ed' him by Pope Pius XII, wiU
remain' at the foot of his bier ua
tU after the requiem, mass Then,
if will be suspended from tht
ceiling of the, cathedral, there t
decay over the years in'symboiia
testimony ot man's mortality.
Chicc-;? Kii.Vb
Didilsl Gr:6:!3
On MeiiicrU Day
CHICAGO (UPi Most kirt fit.
holidays, and Fred Alroerigi, 13,
was uu eAcepuuii.
, Rift KrnH hart ,rnnr.i.l .......
for looking forward to Memorial
Day. tils ,las ia In he npj.nn,oA
iroin Sw Vincent dc Paul Kphnnl
next ween, aiid in. inai cUsm
i red was an honor studem. I
rnuay,. a ted, a tiwa boy alsoj
served the mass at a speciaij
Lrnritmiintfin tt tn.. ... 1
ates-to-be. Tnen thd dovs too niif
mey jnmmeu io dUeiiu en massd
a i-aiar mouon picture,
At Dearborn ana Lak s.
. a youttk- ciassmatc ran to -i
nearuV me station inr .1 nr:im,i
ipr.av, was useu and the boy. waJ
lusneu -to ttan)iiii Hospital, pui
10 no avail.
: Frert Alnii'rili ir;-., vniini lmnn
studcn.sv-.'vrfJl ..not be graduatcJ
wun oitiers tf ins class wji
week. On ihe C.hicafio enrnpr. hi
oieo, apparently ot a ea attack!
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Memoriol, Service
For Mrs. Purdbm
Next Vednesday ;
A' memorail" service, jrfor" 'Mr?
Mony rurdom f wi t :be vhel
Wednesday aft,prnnnn.;at. nVlnr
at AH Soul's Chapel of the CathJ
arai 01 &t: utKe in Ancon. J
. Bishon R. Hehpr! Gonrfpn w II
conduct the -service,' She 14 sih
Viverf bv her flailPhtpr Mrcraral
- Mrs. Purtlom died in Chicau
wnere sne naa : lived with, he
daughter since Miss Purdom's r
uremenc irom tne Manama Can
Company a few vears apo.
f Bishop Gooden has announce
man me asnes 01 Mrs. furdo
will be p'aced in 4 the Columb
num at bi. LuKe s Cathedral.
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