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Slo !kin To Conduct
-clrhe Balboa and Cristobal arin arined,
ed, arined, services YMCAs will be .with
JAM 1, 1960, it Was announced ,to
- Eight other-brabches
-, be affected', Tile3F.8re ,Charlestown
Mass. Anchoragei-- Alas Ica; Nor Nor,
, Nor, folk, Va.: SO Antonio and,EI Ba Bate,
te, Bate, ,Texas; San' Diegoand Long
Beeelly, pig Bremerton,
mat atctlin-witilakk ,114onalli
by mutual agreement between
, end the- armed -1011408 department-
of the Y.M.C.A.i, enabling
the 1J.S.O. tO eitpand programs
and services which. the armed
forces 'requeste particularly in
overseas locationr not now serVtA
ed. Intensive study has gone. int6
the proposed realignment' of
services. The present tie tieployment
ployment tieployment of Americlinf troops in
scattered units has pointed up the
The Y.M.C.A. branches involv involvecL
ecL involvecL are mostly those which operat operated
ed operated before World War ,11, and
were largely supported financial financiall
l financiall by local Community, Chestd
and Ilniter ,Funds. It will' now be
necessary to turn to local, supoort
to the extent which the local COM COMmunity
munity COMmunity can give it. In som ases,
in the States, local chest an
nited 'funds have already indicat indicated
ed indicated complete support'of the Armed
Services YMCA's in their com communities,
munities, communities, It is pointed out that the YMCA
continues to be an active, cooper cooperating
ating cooperating and nerticinating member
agency of ,the U.S.. and shall
continue ite Administration and
supervision of the 23 IJSO-YMCA:
units now assigned tO them.
Ofil Mkiviiii,e, .P1i0
,' Pa' ntanal Co. To S'ek Bids 'For Some 21
Electric Towing Mules, Three New Cranes
,,., Advance nalce that the Panama Canil te, this month will ask for bids'for, the mannfac mannfac-
- mannfac- ture of 21 to 39 electric towing locomotives ;and three electric cranes as replacement for the
present Locks towing equipment has been mallet to the Procurement Division In New York
' for distribution to manufacturers. A
The plans and specifications are expected 'to be ready for distribution' about Mai 15. Bids
' are to be opened about next Aug. 14, acording 1 o the notice issued by A. BL, Cooks, designing
engineet. L- -,
' The' new' locomotive will be more' powerful and speedier than the existing4towhig machines.
They will weiltb about 45 tons each and will,bs re. two towing cables controlled by level-wind
winches to give towing and brakinecapabilities from any position. Each cable 'will have a, maxi maximum
mum maximum available tension of 35,000 pounds.'
L)' The new' clectiii crimes -are ing equipment (stated that bids towing locetiletives has been
to have 'traction ',units which will be accepted ttOM foreign under consideration for several
will : be interchangeable with manufacturers. ,' Tears.' .. ', 1 ,,
' the tovdng units. 'Jhe cranes ',' The proposed Purchase of new ' --',
are to have maximum lift cap- , Several of the locomotive new
,. amities of ten tong and be e- ;:,n: -. ., ' rt, ,, in service were built and in ,use
- 'quippod with 35-foot bOoms. n
James Doran flamed when the Panama liner Aaron
m a d 0 the first commercial
, :,:,--' The. advance ,notice on the ., ',', ,,1:-,-,,, ,,,''' transit of the Canal' Aug. 15.
-proposed purchase of new tow- 1914, 'int '45 years before the
. To naval 'Acad m
, . y scheduled upeping 'of bids.
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Balboa,. Crislobal .;
, r d V p '.'1 it
isfbasasistat vs 'wawapsis
-,1114tAs Alithdravi Entries Ftlet
- Horse Shoyi Close
-from USO Supliort.
A bi Viednesday -flight
Vho Balboa and Cristobal 'arin
MCAs will be witb-I I I "2
' o Y :!,
James, 'Laurie Doran; 'above. BOA
of Mr: and' NITC-,Jamos 114 Doran
of Diable;Heightt, been. ap-,
pointed tothe U.S. Naval, Acade Academy
my Academy Annacrolist according, to
word receive here this ,week, He
wilt enter. the Naval Academy-on
The future. miashipman was
graduated from Balboa High
School- with the cla,ss of 1957. He
joined t,he Navy the following
March. Following boot...camp, he
was assigned to the United States
Naval Academy .Prenaratory
School at Bainbridge; Md.
He was recently noMinated as
fourth alternate for the Canal
Zone appointment to the Naval
Academy, a nomination, now su superseded
perseded superseded by the present appoint appointment
ment appointment by the Nyvy. ,
James recently spent three
weeks here with his parents, fol following
lowing following completion of his course
at the Naval Preparatory School.
Reach Pan Canal Co.
Fig Apprenlici Jobs.
A pre h, bidding conference on Bureau. Of the applic
plans and specifications for the U.S. citizens and 48 a
rnierowave radio communication nian citizens.
system to be bought by the Pane- Thi interest shown b,
ma Cknal Company is to be held for apprebilce trainin
in -kle0,1tork Thursday morning; far greater this year
The conference will be conducted, before and the IOC a
by Meyer Slotkin. chief of the stse- is a record number
cifications and 'Estimating Branch years. About 20 appreni
of the Engineering Division. He to he offered'. in variou
left list week for this and other Examination's are to
official business. , Saturday and Sunday
' Prospective bidder among The written and perfoi
Stites manufacturers were invit- mination are primarl
ed 'to send representatives to the testi and were preps
pre-bidding conference and bring U.S. Employment Sen
any items fet ,discussions.' There were 59 appl
' The 'microwave system is to' re- the Pacific sid,
Place the 50-pair telephone cable men from the Atlantic
between Balboa Heights and Cris- ed., Both groups were
tribal, Bids are to be opened at divided between Aimee,
Balboa Heigh4 early next month. namanian citizens.'
' Mrs. !so lina Allen of, Carol! whit
received second-degree burns front
pressing iron during a domestic
..fight in her home on the afternoon
of April 25 faced Balboa Magis Magistrate's
trate's Magistrate's Court today.
Arraigned also was her husband
.Leonard, Gilman 'Ailed who 'was
: slightly ,burned on the 'right' hand
and had a cut forehead and 'Vera'
Allen is' an Ainerican. aged 31;
, Ns wife a Binamanian, aged 36.i
,,:" Ttle, Aliens have been married
,.,,:413m,t 12, yeara and have several
,Trrougn tneir attorney David
" de Castro, both husband and wife
An even 180 applicantions were
reteived for -the apprentice posi positions
tions positions being offerred in the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal service thialear, it was
atmounced today at the Personnel
Bureau. Of the applicants, 32 are
U.S. citizens and 48 are Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian citizens.
Thi interest shown by applicants
for apprentice training has been
far greater this year than even
before and the 10C applicantions
is a record number for many
years. About 20 apprenticesifins are
to he offered' in various trades.
Examination's are to be held next
Saturday and Sunday in Balboa.
The written and performance exa examination
mination examination are primarily antitude
testi and were prepared by the
U.S. Employment Service.
There were 59 applicants from
the Pacific sid, while 41 ydung
men from the Atlantic side apoll apolled.,
ed., apolled., Both groups were fairly evenly
divided between American and Pa.
pleaded guilty to dinrbing the
, This was Allen's third appear appearlime
lime appearlime in Balboa Magistrate's Court
on similar charges. In 190 )3 was
fined 310 for battery on his wife;
in 1951 he was fined $25 for the
same offense and was also given
a 30 day jail term, suspendedIn
1955 he was fined 85 for disturbing
the 'peace. The name of the com complaining
plaining complaining 'witness was not brought
out in court. I '
, After the pleail had been taken,
Judge John E. eming asked Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone, police officer! to, give
him it briefing on the case. t'
The first officer said he hid been
e '14 :t
Entriee'for the pet and horse
show which will:be held at the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Stadium next Pride'', evening,
will be 'accepted, :until ltrednesdaY
night,' the Society. for lheilriven lheilrivention
tion lheilrivention of Cruelty to AO,:
'Martel.; 'In nidst catego:
ries have been -received to date to
,assure a successful Program,' This,
'together witb-th e ...hors& ohow enter,
attd Musie, will ,frovide'
sides', the,-prhes1SvIfich Wit
&Warded to the winner; an& rnners-un
bi the varioui 'events,
long list of ,door prizes Itivei been
given by local groups, and :pier;
The gifts and theired, onors ant
a radio, Cyrnos; camOra, Interna International
tional International Camerar perfume set, Ma Maduro's;
duro's; Maduro's; wine set, Thangimal's:
comb and brush set. Tahiti's; fruit
basket, Lum's; drink Mixer, Tro Tronelco;
nelco; Tronelco; silver eenterpieee, Past Pastlich's;
lich's; Pastlich's; lamp, Pelex Gift Shop:
electric' iron, Perim; omamental
stirrup, Army and Navy Store; an
order of mint, Glidden's Paint Co.;
gift certificates for two trophies,
Abernathy's; silver cup, Mercu Mercurio's;
rio's; Mercurio's; a hair cut, by Bruno; six
bags, Pan American Airways; and
510 in cash, by both the MIES and
the Balboa Lions Club.
Tickets may be purchased from
any member of the Society or at
the gate at the time of admission.
The tickets are 25 tents' for stu students
dents students and 75 cents for adults.
Those accompanying pets which
have been entered in the show will
be admitted free, The entry fee for
each pet is one dollar: Entry forms
are available at all service een eenters.
ters. eenters. Ike Exocfs Summit
WASHINGTON, MO' 5 (11P1)--
President' Eisenhower In his news
confurence todaY said a summit
meeting,,undoubtedly will be held
if the East-West foreign ministers
conference startIng next week de develop
velop develop any enlarged hopes of set settling
tling settling tensions.'
Ile said that while all the west western
ern western allies hope for some progress
at the Geneva conference,' there
is no way of anticipating the out-,
He refusid to state the II.S.
promsals or position, saying Se Secretar3t
cretar3t Secretar3t of State Christian A. Her Herter
ter Herter would do so in a radio-television
report to thy nation 'rhurs 'rhursday
day 'rhursday night.
called to the Wien honte by Navy
authorities on treport of a fight in
which a woman had been burned.
Neighbors hid heard 'Mama,
shouting, running 'and the sound of
breaking chinas, in the Allen apart..
Allen admitted lho officer and
said he had been drinking but that
he had not bUrned his wife with
4 The policeman found an ironing
'board set up in the kitchen, crack
ed and broken 'dishes all over the
floor and the furniture disarrang disarranged
ed disarranged but not overturote. The Iron
was located in the bathroonti
There were also what appeared
The contract :With the Diaz
and Guardia, Arm was signed
this morning at10 o'clock.
The new gymnasium building,
which will be cOnnecte by a
covered passageway with the
main high school building at
Coco Solo, will. be located at
the corner 01 Conley,and Maple
It will, provide 'two separate
gymnasium areas separated by
folding wall partition which
dan bE opened for danceS and
major athletic events,
The athletic field will include
a quarter Mlle track, a football
field, 'two ',football prac tice
Domingo Telesia, tl, American,
was fined $15 in -.Balboa Magis Magistrate's
trate's Magistrate's Court today for driving a
car when he had nos license.
Four taxidrivers, ell Panama Panamanian,
nian, Panamanian, were convicted of various
traffic intrantions. Another was
Alejandro Nestor Bersal, paid
$5 because his cab had improper
lights. Alexander Godpaille parked
his cab illegally on Dock Street,
Balboa, as did Rafael Torres, 35.
Both were fined $5, but payment
was suspended, --
An illegally parked taxi in Dia Diablo
blo Diablo cost Enrique Esquivel, 31, Pa Panamanian,
namanian, Panamanian, $5.
Backing without caufion came
to t10 for Juan. Dario Rdriguez,
36, Panamanian, who was driving
to be burn-marlts on one of the
A few small bloodstains on ,the
bedroom sheets were described by
Allen. the policeman said, as tout touting
ing touting from the scratches on big fore forehead.
head. forehead. The huaband had gone to lie
down after the affrau
A seCond policeman told of, in interviewing
terviewing interviewing Mrs Allen in the Met'
gency room at Gorges Hospital.
She had been broug,ht,in by a Navy
She said' sbe bad ,been,lroning,
and had called to her husband sev severil
eril severil times to come and eat his
lunch. Ile shouted insulting things
at bet and slapped bet and as he
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Ojiyals To Check
tun& May Be Hoax
PINILLA HILTON-41'We of the band of 85 Cuban expeditionaries who surrendered to Pana PanaManian
Manian PanaManian authorities last Friday'at Nombre de Dios are shown here as they eat their food at
meal-time in the Circe' Modelo, which haw, been described by erstwhile political inmates as
tha 41lotel Pining Hilton under the management of Maj. Jos Pinilla," chiett warden of the
; areal, The group, which includes one woman, is being questioned at the Circel by District
Attorney Dario Sandoval- 2
',0'....'0' '1400-fit.'61,'!i't. dluildllew ., y ip.
t.t . 4 ...
. ,Vitit, lorinams ,,,construc.t 10 n fields,.,a biseball diarnond, and
firm,';s6fItogelio- Diast, grattplilr: two,sottbalijidiamohdt-; The Te Tebertor
bertor Tebertor ttardit,,,,,B:k'ina,de4lo tehtlItettOn, i)f (Ave 1,1.glitdd xi",
offerki of:1346,050 -,', on :,;thrt taw. nie ,;!;,count,t",tocaterf 'near' the
st;uction,, Ot; the, modern gym- main 4kthletlo..; ket,,WIntinded
nashun and', ethletic lield'to be In tht$1sanot c, raet7,: 3,':,..:
hillit, r ihist. year hear, the new ',According, to'1 anei,the Work
Cristobal, ,:.111rtior,. And,t',Bentor Li to 'be completed by the time
Bigh4chOol itCoco...Soli Bids the school term begin's next
werC.' Pined yesterday,- ,after- September.
noon: at, Balboa'41OighW.t ,
, Co'. lily., two Oth'er contractors OfficialsTo Check
entereetlds on' the worki,They , -,,
were Wright Brothers, S.A, with
an nffer et $347,32g,. and Isth- muagazine Claim
mian Constructors, Inc.. -who
made-a bid of $4011,931, ) I linilt Malt Ita Illtinv
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
House Space Committee decided
yesterday to investigate claims
that Russia's man-made planet Lu Lunik
nik Lunik was a hoax.
Chairman Overton Brooks
(D-La.) said the committee would
spend two days next week delving
into this knd other matters.
Brooks said he would invite
( True ) m gazine correspondent
Lloyd Malian to appear along
with officials of the National
Aeronautics and Space Adminis Administration
tration Administration (NASA).
Malian claimed in a recent
article based on a series of talks
with Russian scientists that Rus Russia's
sia's Russia's claim of having sent Lunik
soaring past the moon and into
orbit around the sun last January
as nothing but a "big Red lie.
He said Lunik "does not exist
and never did.'
Rep. Victor L. Anfuso (D-N. Y.)
demanded the committee look in into
to into the claim to "set the Ameri American
can American people straight on the issue.'
A number of space scientists
have said they did not doubt Rus Russia's
sia's Russia's claim. Among them were
Dr. Hugh L. Dryden, deputy di director
rector director of NASA, Dr. Homer E.
Newell Jr. of NASA, Dr. G. P.
Clemence of the Naval Observa Observatory
tory Observatory and Dr. S. Fred Singer of
the University of Maryland.
Some, scientists have reported
picking up very high frequency
radio signals from Lunik.
Rep. George P. Miller (D-Calif.)
a member of the Space Committee
objected to the forthcoming hear hearings,
ings, hearings, saying they would "only re result
sult result in a lot of publicity for True
"We should not lower ourselves
to even take cognizance of their
story," he nid.
came at her she, defended herself
with the iron, according to the ac account.
Gorgis doctors told' the police policeman
man policeman Mrs. Allen had suffered burns
on her face, both arms, ear and
foreheed. Some of them were second-degrea
De Castro asked clemency in the
matter. The husband, his attdrney
said "had 'come to realization of
this situation as affecting his do domestic
mestic domestic tranquility.?
The attorney said the couple had
been having marital difficulties
and be WO trYing to help them to
straighten out their relations,
A The husband, De Castro said,
. .,. ..
As Tourist Boat
, The assault craft Mayari aboard
:Cubijas4 -Invaded vlialtaltlicavlitay.
wind' up jai s n11111010 piratsothip
ferryier4omistz fait .1) 1 r e
bound. ''' -'
That',s whit will happen if Stan Stanley
ley Stanley Shaw de la Ossa, chief of the
Panama Tourist Commison, has
The 55-ft. Mayari also called
the Hawaii is legitimate spoils
of war as de la Ossa sees her.
She's just about the right size
and beam for taking tourists
to offshore islands or fishing spots.
Visitors might get a bang out
of treading the decks where Cesar
Verga, Julia Herrera and their
not-so-merry men lived a real life
story to match fiction and fact
along the old Spanish Main.
Canal Swim Attempt
Sfe. George Harrison's attempt
to swim the Panama Canal origin originally
ally originally planned for early tomorroW,
has been temporarily delayed
for administrative reasons, it was
announced this morning. He hopes
to make the swim early next
The delay was another "hitch'
in Harrison's swim plans. Last
week his training hit a snag when
the Fort Kobbe pool was closed
for repairs. He is now working out
at the pool at Rodman Naval Station.
Babies Get Soothed
Spines In Cradles
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (UP1)---
Babies would be healthier today
if the old-fashioned rocking cradle
was revived, a, grouA of chiro chiropractors
practors chiropractors was told today.
Every baby gets bumps and
falls which ciuse misalignments
in the spine, said Dr. Vinton F.
Logan, president of a school of
chiropractry in St. Louis. Such
misafignments can cause illness.
"But the back and forth motion
of a rocking cradle has a tenden tendency
cy tendency to settle everything, back into
place and thereby keep the little
one healthier," be said.
,0.01.1.HC6'...(1.0:.!..6.,..f'os,' j110-.4.0,..?T'it..h,..r Afte(...P0.,:tilsti.c: Fight. Fea.,turing Hpt IrQn
has a good record in his work as
an employe of the Navy fuel depot
"Well." said the Judge. "this
court doesn't want to break up any
He then sentenced Allen to pay
a fine of $50, and to a 30-claY,
tern, suspended for one year on
the condition that he does kiot
break any law' or regulation of the
Canal Zone. Mrs. Allen was fined
Deming said the only reason
Allen had not been given a stiffer
sentence was because of the dol
mestie relations aspects of the atA
Than At Any Titric
Since Early April
There was less revolutionary activity reported in
POBOM6 today than at dny time during the past month'
A group of six well-armed Cubans is reportedly try,
ing to evade National Guard pursuit in the Portobflo
area, while the authorities say they have discovered threi
more machineguns at Santa Clara.
But in general the atmosphere was quieter thanAt ; ..
any time since a thonth-long spluttering of revolutionary.-
activity was set offly a raid on a store at San Francisco'
de Veraguas on the night of,April 3. l' :
As the Organization, of American States team Iir,'
military advisers called off a four-nation' air and sea 45a;
trol of the Caribbean tipproaches to Pam, President '1'.
Eisenhower said in ashington. that he is not ready to ,,,
agree to the idea o on inter-American police foiCe. '-7,'''
The OSS invetigattheteam had pleaded guilty and was fined MO, '.''
reCeived active supOrt'in its 151- on Ott. 29 and moulded to IS r'
trolling- and 'pes making work days in jail.
from the US, lombia, Guate- Sea and ayaurveillance op-. ,,
dusk yes 'day by agreement Of
mala and tens or, and an offer erations alon the seaward ap-
of assistance from Cuba. proacheste,Pansma ended at I'
the Orgatilaation, of American
The ,,itanamitnian government
has received direct offers' of air
Striae Investigating committee 4
front Costa keit. ,Nicaragua and
Tru. tt ,a,7?-,t.tv,14"-,. ,',,,e- ,. Ain --, ;-cTeltrAtRidgieercimer'''z',
,,,stiarlsolthoovi",4414fIllottly- -.0-der4n,Cniet Caribbiati:t'';
.conforenco:todsythem,1019 !,0,,' -1 :'' t, -'',t ,, ,' ,, '
tact ,Pr9111112..$,,vAlo. ,I-4,,' all'1?1,,.1..,119' ,The agreement to end tha ,',,
DY anV lt""'12' I" "' lit) ''"" surveillance at 8 pm by ships.
Bed military force under the- and planes of the four nae, '',
OAS. Ho ,gaid such a proposal
tions enrared in the OAS sup;
would have to be stuided very -
port !operations wits based
A reporter asked his views on upon determination that, the ',
what he described as suggestion threat of invasion of ?anemia
that US military aid to individu- had ended. ,
al, Latin American countries be .-
abolished and the money be used In a summary report, the tints
instead to create and support a fled U.S. Caribbean Command
Organization of American States. ties by 27 aircraft for a total
hemispheric police force under the hsted the air search as 69 stirs.
The President replied that he of 197 hours, covering an, aggres'
had not seen the proposal express gat eof 33,400 miles flown on
ed exactly in that form. surveillance.
But he commented that the The sea search by four ships
United States already is support- performed a combined total ,csi
ing measures In the economic 198 hours on station along the
field to give integrated assist- Panamanian coast.
anal to the Latin American na- United States Air Force,air Force,airlions.
lions. Force,airlions. He mentioned the new In- craft used in the OAS support!,
ter-American Banivas an exam- operation were six C-54 and two
ple. C-47 transports, two T-33 jet,
trainers and two H-19 hen--
Then he expressed his reserva reservacopters.
copters. reservacopters. The U.S. Army light
tions about the difficuties of creat creataircraft
aircraft creataircraft were eignt L-19's ,and
ing actual military units under
control of the Organization of -h
u, e H-13 helicopter.
American States. Ecuador provided two C-47
transports and Colombia two
At a rally in Santa Ana Plaza
last night called to protett the re- F-80 jet aircraft. ,.
cent invasion. Num Garay Jr, Guatemala provided two ',
vice rector of the University said pilots who flow search sorties
there had been indifference on le in USAF T-3315 with U.S..' pis
part of the Panamanian eaeop e
' loll from Mbrook Air Force
to the invasion crisis. Forithis Of
t '8 e.
blamed government and opposition ,,,,,
politicians alike. i 1
ia i.'" i. Three of the four shipa ems .:
The rally which was 11 d I e
p oy d in the sea .setrch were t
formed bv civic leaders,:atttacted
the National Defense Commission
United States vesseir, he mines
,, k ,,, Weeper USS Falcon with 9t1,:'
abont 3,000 people,
ill ti th
hOurs of surve a
Garay declared that ;Panama-
destroyer USS Robinson patrOls
simit ,..1.,,n1; ling on station for 49 hours and
nians are undermined iby doubt
the opposition doing Ohs ( same which did 29 hours of search.
pidglid mug .thoo the US. Army Q-boat Carib
thing when they caMe to) power. intl.
learters who had rtknnortad lombian frigate Almirante Brion
He fiercely attacked thes stir' The fourth ship was the' Cos
Invasion had claimed that li which joined the search Sundar6
ship among studen a b ad I and completed 24 hours on Burs
taken over by "un upulouil veillance patrol.
tical elements". ', t 7 Gaither, who commanded el'
Joseph Henry Pi snit, Jr., a the United States military forCeS
nama student leader, who as contributed to OAS and coon"-
with the invasion ince that I d- dinated the efforts of the forcel
ed a week ago Malty "night, as from Colombia, Ecuador and ,.
been picked up ,by the Natal Guatemala, met -With the mins;
Gusrd. He was Mond In ill vi- tary members of the OAS teen
e'etty of Portobekt. i',, at 2:30 pm yesterday to discuss
Picans. at first t'enorted drown- termination of the surveillance.,
ad dining the JO a ion attemot In addition to the surveil.. ..
had later boto walerstood ,,to he lance operation; Caribbean
alive and valtn t tie invaded. He Command provi d e d airlift
was amon the I grotto ho took support of the OAS investigas
off into t htp;h. when the main tions and negotiations. Carib.. ;
invasion turrende ed. bean Air COmmand II-19 hells
Yount t s.. the ll watt copters from Albrook flew' fivi
chirp bur91 y In Hui missions tor the OAS team. 4
which aided them in success.
ntatatie'ritwm.: ii :b.: ,:t7Octof thearf lan ache.nt-.
pion from ':;tila Rigby. The fully concluding the surrender
of the invading force in Noms.
quo s,.. 0 nee wavered et tne bre de Dios. 1!, .,,',
National fg ,itute. Gaither told the OAS ntilitarl
Titans 11, II, ad having entered conunittee that the military
qui tied, v Immo and taken the aides he appointed frOm scMs
Oil wit litt perinission. but said ponentS Of, Caribbean Command
80 had o5,-med,to pay for it later. to serve On UJ3. Ambassador'
a Preylott,!Y he had bought a rifle.,
John Drier's 'staff 'would return
to their local commandS Mil
Lir? nmd ,,,:zhi i,,,,,,1"t:vt Want tihnaed 1 tchaanndseRdi tthbly
ibett yen h back hia money
I week after completion of DeCess
U.S.' Army Caribbean, Cent, lo
in I S r let Colo on the b"r.
ri, ens w. boond over for tri41 saTrYheryePaorrettso". A., ,
glarv clip But because of his ,
fic 'did r' Prosecute the felony. NaVIL1
nitead ho charge w
youth. thp istrict attorney's 00. V. Castro from, the Fifteenth
District and Mal. E. M.'
as eilduc. Montoya from 1 Caribbean ,Alt
eill te rtit !arcing. Plum COMManit .' .. .. ,,,...
Sea and ailsurveillance op- A
erationa pion the seaward ap-
proachea toPanama ended at
dusk yestetday by agreement Of
the' Organitation, og American ,-,
Stran Investigating Aommittea 41,
met A,thiet Caribbean.,
United States Air Forceeirs
craft used in the OAS support !.,;.;
operation were six C-54 and twO
C-47 transports, twto T-33 jet,
trainers and two H-19 hcli-
copters. The US. Army light' '.:"'
altcraft were eignt L-19's .and
Ole H-13 helicopter.
Ecuador provided two C-47
transports and Colombia two
F-80 jet aircraft. 4:.
Guatemala provided two
pilots who flow much sortios !:,-;
in USAF T-3315 with U.S.' plA
siot1 from Mbrook Air Force ,;.
''Three of the four ships ems
ployed in the sea search were
United States vessels; he mines
sweeper USS Falcon with
heurs of surveillance time, the 4.
destroyer USS Robinson petrels ,
ling on station for 49 hours and k
the U.S. Army Q-boat Carib
which did 29 hours of search.
The fourth ship was the' Cos
lombian frigate Almirante Brion
which joined the search Sunda,
and completed 24 hours on Burl.
Gaither, who commanded
the United States military forces
contributed to OAS and coon,,,, .7,
dinated the efforts of the forcel ':
from Colombia, Ecuador anC,72.
Guatemala, met -With the
tary members of the OAS tem
at 2:30 pm yesterday to discuss
termination of the surveillance.
In addition to the surveil
lance operation; Caribbean
Command provi d e d airlift
support of the OAS investigas
tions and negotiations. Carib.
bean Alr COmmand II-19 hells
copters from Albrook Devi five
missions tor the OAS 'teams 4
which aided them in success.
fully concluding the surrender :
of the Invading force in Noms
bre de Dios.
Gaither told the OAS militart ,,
conunittee that the military
aides he appointed from efts
ponents of, Caribbean Command 1";
to serve on IL& Ambassadot
John Drier's 'staff 'would return : ,t
to their local commands
week after completion of neeess
sary reports. !, , ''.
They are Col. A A. Greene 'ot
U.S.', Army Caribbean. CaPt;L
V. Castro from', the 'Fifteenth ,1
Naval District and Mal., E. M.,
Montoya from Caribbean ,tAll
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PEN PALS WANTED
We would like to get in touch with pen pals on the Isthmus. Our
hobbies are stamp collecting, hit songs and movies.
Monty Lao age IS), Paul Peon (age 16),
S4 Village Road, 2nd. Fl., 320 King's Road, 2nd. Irl.,
Happy Valley, North Point,
Hong Kong Hong Kong
r I was out at Chepo recently just at the height of the burning sea seasOtt
sOtt seasOtt when the mcntunos were burning off the Imsh they had cleared
during the dry season It is quite a sight to see the pyres of smoke
rising high into the sky all along the Cerro Azul range, but what in interested
terested interested me was the fact that the fires were not only on the lower
slopes of the mountains but way up in the heart of the hills.
I took a walk along a trail which led from Chepo up the moun mountainside
tainside mountainside and I found that all along the way,, for a number of miles
tiny thatched houses were standing in the middle of a piece of land
which obviously war dense jungle Very recehtly:
, It seems as if the people are just beginning to realize the fer fertility
tility fertility of the land and pushing out to pioneer farin for themselves.
Most of the people on the new holdings were young people and
it was a very encouraging sight.
, It reminded me of what, for instance England must have looked
like in bygone deys when much of the land was, covered in dense for forest
est forest and the same pioneering was needed as the Panamanians need
todav to reclaim their land from the bush.
41 just hope, however, that the Panamanian government and
Point Four are making sure that all these settlers are buying their
land. Many of them are simple People and they think quite rightly
that the jungle covered land should belong to the man who sweats to
clear it. It would be just about the cruelest thing that could happen
to a man to slave all his life clearing a farm and then find the man
who owned the title Oeed could throw him out.
APOLOGY TO ARMY SIRGRANT
ir Force does have some fine recruiting authorities, ut
Lk" as living evidence, there are still a few idiots (
I am proud to be a member of the Air Forcebut
;proud of some of its members.
DRESS WHITE BLUES
Maybe some of your readers who have pro and con ideas about
Army and Air Force men running around in fatigures will be inter'-ested
to know how the Navy's bright rommendinl officer feels a about
bout about men and uniforms. I mean Capt. Kenneth Fines, who has not
MO his name mentioned with so many vivid adjectives since the
ban of females in shorta Wa5 announced.
!, In case somebody hasn't read the naPer lately, the Navy is get getting
ting getting new admiral next week. And when there's a change of com command
mand command With thpt much brass involved man, shine those buttons and
break out, the best dressuniform for the ceremony. .They've already
announced the date for the spit and polish- Ohoop-te-do. It's 'next
So what does Eines do? So as not to upset his personal sched schedule.
ule. schedule. or maybe so he can have his own little sootlight ahead of time,
he has decided to call a personnel inspection for this Saturday morn morning.
ing. morning. Anv sailor who has been inspected by Hines knows his eagle
eye for a hair out of yolace and the sarcastic remarks which automa automatically
tically automatically follow each insnection.
So what are the white hats to do? This doublespection
itt three days Means titat as a Sailor's washerwoMan wifeavill
have to wash and iron my husband's only 'Ibest" uniform ofer-the
"ines mav think every sailor has a dozen inspection uniforms
hanPinm in the closet. but they don't. With all the washine it takes
here, plus bleach and normal wear and tear, it's hard enough to 'keep
whites respectable enough for workdays.
Maybe if Mrs. Hines had to wash and iron the cantain's whites,
inzpections on Saturday mornings would be fpr and few between.
, Sailor's Strubwoman
Let's look at the story in a nutshell: The renublic of Panama
in the 1903 treaty gave permission and full authority as if they were
sovereign. to build a eanal using the most valuable waters and lands
fOr the purpose. Why?
The main purpose was to beln Pro Ade' Panam'a With employ employment
ment employment possibilities and to render economic aid.for the development
of the country and its neonle. This is the same kind of agreement
used by other nations when granting foreign governments the right
to uneartake anv vital nroleet.
, In Panama the Chirinui Land Co and.thii:,Colon Free Zone have
the same nbligations. and these have been4ImnstIo the letter. Rut
hag the ttS onvernment and its Panama ''e,lifflCO. ever tried to ful ful,
, ful, fill its nbligations?
In desneration. Panama in 1936 asked:"aud received a revision of
the 1903 treaty. vet in 1940. the Panama Canal ernenlY violated both
treaties by brinoine in contract workers., Then degpite our govern government's
ment's government's Protests they forced Americans topay,ome tax in another
violating nf the treaties.
Efforts by 'Panama's neooMors Yorth.Amerleans resid residing
ing residing in the republic exemnt fro, taxation. filled. ;In additinn, Pan Panama
ama Panama sacrificed lands at Rio liito and granted duty-free liquor to
Yow. what has Uncle Sam done to live up to his nart of the bar bargain?
gain? bargain? Almost Oven vtutra ago. the U.S. State Department organized
a private eoncern called the Panama 'Canal Co again over the pro protests
tests protests a Panama. '
This comnany has turneentit. tfg bi.the biggest trouble-maker
between the United States And Plikna The United States had bet better
ter better wake un tn the situation atia,,tio mething real quick about giv givino
ino givino lust and fair treatment to Panania, by living up to its treaty
Ginger Know Ali
RETIREMENT, IN LORIDA
I am findinv retired lifn in rlorida loasant. I have read an ar article
ticle article shout Cant Harold Longmore and Cant. Harrington out of a
Pons Knnl naner forwarded to Mg bY in dauchter Joyre, who was
the fly femaln to be secrntarir to' a IV ernor of the Panama Ca Canal.
nal. Canal. Joyrn and her husband are still In I tilt Kong, snd arn getting
alone, well. They have a fine son about I,, o yesrs old, and are ex exkl
kl exkl pectinc another rbild In August. ti
Through the MO Box I woulcl like fin gay hello to mv many
friends in Panama and the Canal Zone. trtsitins with us during the
past year have beer Mr. and Mrs. Floyd InIcOormott of Caton, Mr.
and Mrs. Latin of Diablo. Mr. and Mrs. Rens Carey of Diablo, Mr.
Lewis Phi Mos and his son of Diablo. and mipv others.
,I Mrs. Curtin and I extsnd a warm weleone to nur many friends
In Pansma and the Canal Zone to stop in for ,ii visit while vacation vacationing
ing vacationing in the States.
Erns t B. Cur lino.
. 130 verocker Circle,
, Frost roof, Fla.
t Since I've been reading your patter and the "Bfa II Box" column
ior some months I've noted some letters that I conhider high on the
Imbecile list, but, the one by "Albrook" Mail DM 1day 2) is by far
head of any une of them. ''k
t' I, as an Air Force man, would like to apologize tol M-Sgt. Ralph
. Browning tor the comments he received from "Mbrook,"- The
ir FOTCO does have some fine recruiting authorities, ut with "Al "Alrook"
rook" "Alrook" as living evidence, there are still a few idiots osneak by
I am proud to be a member of the Air Force,',but lent' it'ot so
:0 I wish to express my deepest thanks and appreciation or Vie
tinaelfish hospital care which I received at Coco Solo afill, oras
hospitals. To list all the names would take too long, thretore lake
s this opportunity publicly to let all the people involved know th ir A Abort
bort Abort Were not in vain. .,
i :o,, John Hall
, I ....'
By VICTOR RIESEL
You won't find the news in the
"situations wanted" listings. Int
story wu be lather up iront
your paperi Soon there will be
one crusader "at liberty." he wul
not hive dariculty unding "work,"
tor he is Robert Cennedy, special specialist
ist specialist in corruption Hustling ana coin'
inis young man with the hand
ol veivet in a glove ot iron wilt
be "at Liberty" virtually as soon
as his brother Jack's laoor rack rackets
ets rackets controi mu becomes law. That
sdouia oe in 90 odys or so.-Once
tnereis a taw, there will be no
neeo tor Sen. Jonn
racKet busting commute. Oil-
malty, tecnnically ana legisistne legisistnely
ly legisistnely that is.
Already chief counsel Kennedy
and tne start he has woven aim
aim since early '5i are prepdring
their ties tor um mterment
MIME come to all uongreisional
investigduons. benste's Wui
nas peen serveu. uoss.ters
pugging wtth tne records ot the
oeseicuoie oetiant wilt iloon
heau ior the warehouse.,
tit Los cast te. caardtberswhat
of tne most oramatic tnem ail,
James AlatAU le Limier nerd wid
be two or wee other proved in
toinparduveiy iew (lays re remaining
maining remaining ,A) tite tommittet,, out it
oe on ,a sjinOWIC wait,gue
tweeu Abu& itennetly unit the
imai curtain wiu Limp.
And into what will Hoffa saide
as ne leaves wiclaellan, imenneoy
and tne winless cam or tne
eiot Duo peace, but into the
sword oy wawa ne nes peen liv living.
ing. living. ne must ready reinuld
nib own organization.- Irtie, the
Teamsters regionally,. always bre
powertui. Rut Mile's' national
office is not as saint as its :mime
tacade maKes it Seem.
lo paraporase elate, lie is in
the eariy days of his power, he
is full of smiles and ne salutes
everyone the meets. But hist&
the counting house Hotta Anowd
that money is real tignt.
He has spent millions on orga organizing,
nizing, organizing, legai oftenis and pubdc
relations but the net count is
an iecrease ot only some 3,00o
new members. So tight is actuai
income that Hoffa recently had te
turn down his own friends in New
York when they asked. Or money
long premised' Dy hi,t national of office.
The New York Teamsters for
well over a year had a special
organizing committee., Their na national
tional national headquarters promised to
match dollar for dollar any a amount'
mount' amount' the NeW York' Joint COun COuncit
cit COuncit traised. ,Thel:11g, town,, truck
dieirlengo404106,000;' toe( along
year 'they 'AvaltscFleselfolfa-- to,
reach into that ,much publicized
$40,000,000 treasury. Finally he
said definitely,' no. So on Apr. 14,
the New York organizing commit committee
tee committee dissolved itself, gave up its
drive and returned the ,moner at
had collected to the locals.
Point is that the Teamster na national
tional national treasury, is not tied up in
cash. It is in securities, iong
term ones, and it would be un unwise
wise unwise to sell and dig into capital.
Nor will the drain on the ex expenditures
penditures expenditures be slowed by the rack rackets
ets rackets committee end. Hoffa still must
face the monitors and long court
action. Monitor chairman Martin
O'Donoghue, who can match nit18-
cle toughness with moral tough toughness,
ness, toughness, wants Hoffa tried eventually
by the Teamsters high-counsel it itself.
self. itself. O'Donoghue has more than
100 exhibits of what he refers to
as Hoffa's violations. The monitors
hope to develop enough during this
"trial" to go into Federal court
to ask for Jimmie's removal
from the provisional presidency.
There are those who say that
on as president. Coudl well be.
Hoffa will survive all this and stay
But there is one thing he con ne never
ver never escape Bob Kennedy has
,put Jim Hoffa under glass. Today
there is a Washington Grand Ju Jury
ry Jury peering into every corner of
his life. There will always be
Word le that in Texas soon the
Justice Dept. is Anti-Trust Divi Division
sion Division will brinfg in indictments of
some of his aides. Wherever Jim Jimmie
mie Jimmie Hoffa turns, there will al always
ways always be an agent of some sort.
Hoffa will learn to live with it.
But it won't be easy. Mat much
Beneath the tall modern
buildings and highw a y I of
Mexico built ,by 20th centttry
civilization lie the ruins of an
ancient culture showing high
degree of development. In
southern Mexico, the Mayas
, built palaces and pyramids
; now being unearthed from the
thick Jungle gmwths. They
prove that Mexico was the
home of the first civilization
in North America, a civiliza civilization
tion civilization older, perhaps. than the
0 Incyclopodis ibittnales
TRY PANAMA AmriticAm AN timErmorrg DAILY NYIPSPAPES
NEA Urvice, Inc.
MAN PLAYING THS
The place with the longest name
iq the U.S. is Lake Chargoggu Chargoggugoggmon
goggmon Chargoggugoggmon chauggagogg chaunbuna
gungamaug, in Massachusetts.
(Algonquin Indian lingo for:
"You fish on your side, we fish
on our side; nobody fish in mid middle").
dle"). middle"). A jockey receives at least $35
evek if he comes in last.'
The word cop doesn't come
from coppper (which their uni uniform
form uniform buttons were made of in the
old days), but from Scotland's
"Constable on Patrol."
"The Star Spangled Banner",
wasn't officially adopted as The
National Anthem tintil 1931.
'1On. neWspaper,reacier Wrote, an
'editor' Every twenty year; since
1840o the President elected in that
year has 'died in office. Harrison
(1840). .Lincoln (1860). Garfield
(1880). McKinley (1900). Hard Harding
ing Harding (1920) FDR (1910)
If you want to stop your shoes
from squeaking, punch three holes
in the soles with an ice pick -03e
sure and remove feet first).
Sukiyaki is not pronounced
sook-kee-yock-ee. It's skee yoki.
The Gov't maintains three oats
to keep Congress free of mice.
Under today's U.S. Army re requirements,
quirements, requirements, G. Washington would
have been 4F.
More Americans attend classic classical
al classical concerts each year than attend
the No. 1 sportbaseball. 35 million.
The oldest town in Louisiana Is
Natchitoches, where they refer to
New Orleans as "that new place
down the river."
A kangaroo's baby is about one
inch at birth.
There are only about 300 book
stores in the United States. There
are more bookmakers in Brook.
Russian newspapers carry no
news of murders. No pictures of
film stars and no air crashes. Le Lenin
nin Lenin said the press should not be
It's tough to get a porter's job
in a N. Y. apartment house.
Being a war reporter is not on only
ly only risky, but.the pay is riduculoug.
NBC has two covering Latin Ame
inchell In New YorI(
rican revolutions. They will be
pay $100 for each filmif 'used.
Their regular wage: $15 a day.
If anyone calls you a microce microcephalic
phalic microcephalic he means pinhead-7'
G. B. Shaw was a nobod until
he was 45.
One of Shakespeare's most ,mis ,misquoted
quoted ,misquoted quotes: "Gilding the illy."
What he wrote was: "To gild re refined
fined refined gold, to paint the lily."
Henry VIII, always had a roast
chicken handy so he could tear
it apart when he was about to lose
Hong Kong means Fragrant Harbor.
They say that hi abOut two yisrS
yoiaMill be able to buy,aiportabll
tadfolthe size bf 'your,p1hityi fi;,,14)
- .1 1
TlitY are itiedocumentiVeSies
of persons who proclaimed them themselves
selves themselves God. One is a' women An,;-
rile Lee of The Holy Agollers.
'rhe toughest word to rhyine
isn't Orange. It's Silver.
All guns used on teevee by vi video
deo video cops in New York are rented
for $4.50 per week. The Police
ballistics bureau msust okay them
Memphis, Tenn., was once one
of the roughest, toughest, gambl gamblidgest
idgest gamblidgest and boozin'est towns in the
whole world. Today it has no bars
Snoring is grounds for divorce
New York State has mora, tele telephones
phones telephones than there are in. all Rus Russia.
sia. Russia. New York has ovre 8 million.
Russia has Ws million. About 64
million in the U.S.
Denmark has the hthest ,sui ,suicide
cide ,suicide rate. Ireland the lowest. The
U.S. is Sth.
on West, 52nd Street
Your style of laughter is fixed
by the time you're 18. It doesn't
change until old age. alehehelle alehehelleheheheh).
heheheh). alehehelleheheheh). On-third of the people in the
world do not kiss. The average
American girl kisses 79 different
fella before she marries;
New York has more Irishthen
than Dublin. Over 600,000.
Ava Gardner's remarkable 're 'remark:
mark: 'remark: "One love ought to be e enough
nough enough for any man. I don't know
Py Appointment to Her Maiesty The Queen
Messrs. Virgilio Capri les,
Apartado do Carries 202,
Calls la., No. 32 Panama, R. de Panama.
it swig wits is Peoutm for:
SILICONE RONUK WAX. Contains Ancrol anti-slip for
a Moisture resistant. brilliant lasting polish.
SM. Silicone-plus polish for a ton-socond shine on all
high gloss &wham. enamelware. War or chromium.
RONUK LIQUID WAX. Easily appliod and antiseptic.
k CLEANS n It polish's. Suitable for wood. linoleum
and concrete floors.
CAROL A 'once-over' high speed cleaner and polish
for car bodies and chromium fittings.
Portstado, Sussex. Inflow!
why men must be so Immature
that they can't settle for one love,
as they expect their women to
A German has invested a hear hearing
ing hearing aid that fits into your ialse
teeth. (The teeth are the hearing
The grain for the world famous
Scotch whiskey is not grown in
'Wise counsel from "Tbe Bed Bedside
side Bedside Bachelor" (Lion Books): "re "remember,
member, "remember, when you are telling pco pcopie
pie pcopie your troubles, half of them
aren't interested 'and the other
half are glad to see you're finally
getting wnatis doming to you."
'Iceland has' a law against a
man Idssing anotber'swife.
Queen IElizabetiv V as bald
when she reachpd middle age, Mt,
er losing her, hitir 'she never look looked
ed looked in a mirror again and banned
mirrors from her Court. She con consoled
soled consoled keself with over JO wtgs.
One was of bright green silk.
Ancient Romans' confined their
kissing tu 'the cheek or forehead foreheadThey
They foreheadThey regarded kissing on the
mouth as ,vulgar.
Mencketes wise comment: "A
man loses his sense of direction
after four drinks. A wiman loses
hers after four kisses."
The lowest calorie food is a new
Although 'nail biting is a bad
habit,- it stimulates the growth of
fingernails. (Personally,' prefer
those cute mainicurists).
According to a French crimino
logist, 75 percent of the world's
bigamists had brown eyes. fle
footnoted: "Brown eyed men are
generally more passionate and
have stronger and deeper cm.
Experts on the subject -cautton
you to swat fly from. the rear.
Because when a fly takes off it
unIps backwards. (Stupid?)
The first man whose portrait ap appeared
peared appeared on money was Alexander,
Julius Caesar wore a laurel
wreath nearly all the time in pub public
lic public because he was sensitive a.
bout bis bald pate.
There ackohelly ts a school for
witch doctors. Located at the
Transeici Reserve in South Africa.
Has a student body of 4,000. (ooh,
'4, iii 4
2000 op to the minute rooms
gory Sonsibto Antis Meted,
11 end Air Conditioning
7tiPsDs6 H 0 L
'at Setk NEW YORK
ON IOUS SQUARE AT RADIO CM :
, Alfred Lew Id. Gen. Mgr, ',,
A ZECKENDONP Hord,.
, WASHINGTONNorthern COrs
gressmen for a long time hen
griped at idle war.soutnern com committee
mittee committee chairmen kirve used .41,1111
handed methods in blocking am
portant- legislation.; .eongressmat.
Howard Smith of Virginia tor lu lustance,
stance, lustance, went off- td tend 'his ,tve
dairy nerds fortive days laskattm-,
mer while vital;billa; cymied in
his Rules Cominittaw.--, '
Now the shoe is on:the other
toot. 4 4.4
Last week I-northern Congress CongressMan,
Man, CongressMan, William Daimon of Illinois,
the 'senior Negro ,,i itC, Congress,
went off to. Chicago., after wtther
sending or autborizmg. 'mysterfl
lous telegram aimed atInfluenc;
ing a grand jury in
, This grand Aurrwas$ entritsted
with digging Into Important
highway scandalit' did not seek
advice from ,Weshingto4-thoughl
it had sought'lhe ,testimony of, a
Congressional Investigator sent to
Alabama. on behalf of 'the' Govern.'
ment Operations, Committee. ilk
had brought back t,rePort which
bore out Serious 'a,,charges made
against, Gof;:Johlt!,Petterson's ad administration
ministration administration by' State, Rep.rsenta,
ative Charittia TriMmler,, 411,44111,1.
But without waiting to rea tbd
report, though after, consulting
Congressman Frank Boykin, Ala Alahama'a
hama'a Alahama'a leading 'race-baiter, chair chairman
man chairman Daivson either sens or au authorized
thorized authorized Boykin- to send a tele teleersm
ersm teleersm to the grand :Ivry stating
"There is not a scintilla of evid eviderce
erce eviderce in .the land ease. We wash-,
ed our hands of this case on the
floor of the House yesserdaY."
The telegram not only was un untrue.
true. untrue. but was couched in terms
deliberately calculated to in inthience
thience inthience the jury,
It is against the law to influenct
a grand jurv ,in Mabama, as it is
in most states.
WASHINGTONNorthern t, Cots lin overrule ".seebsentee
gressmenfor a long time .havs. Atm;
griped at late -Ivar.soutnern 'cont. ., n :
mittee chairmen have used Art- ;:,1170-NOTHING CONGRESS
handed methods in bloc,king m- 7
,portant- Congressmat. 'the Government : Operationi
Howard Smith of Virginia tor in- i.,onemittee -under ...Dawson -, are
stance, went off- td tend 'hid;Ove seinerimporiant-,--Congeessites.
dairy nerds for live days.laskstun inctude -Chet -Holified-01
while vital,:,billa;s,ymied in California 'House Majority teed.' :
his Rules Committee:,-,',,,, '-- era Joimb.lifeCormlek --of 9.,Mas.-
Now the shpo, is,. on -;,.the other sachusett,' Porter Hardy 'of'. Vir-
foot. ginia,' Jack Brooks of
Last week .1;nortbern 'Congress- In fairness it "should? be -stated
Man, William, Dainioit f Illinois, that manio of them,did not know',
the 'senior 'Negro Congress, what bad- happened. But the:'
went off to. Chicago., after ,wtther sel and staff of the Committee dict-,
sending or ata0riZillt,1:' mYster: However,'.- the ',,chairman-la-omniious
telegram:, aimed Atqnfluen6 potent' sys'em' is !Inch -that,.' the
nig a grand jury: in Alabittia::!..,.", staff did absolutely-nothing about
This grand,...jurrwas5entrtisted preventing a miscarriage. of s.:Jus'
with digging into Important tice even. thdugh Urged to' do so. :
highway scandal.tIt' fit: hot seek Made 110' 4ifference thatthe
advice from ,Washingto4-, though grand-jury hed -d false telegram
it- had, souglit'llte.,testimotty.ol, a and was likely to act on it-What '7'
Congressional investigator sent to madered so-called deino deinoAlabama.
Alabama. deinoAlabama. on behall"ofithe'Govern- cratic,, House: of. Representative,
ment Operations, Committee. Ilk was-that the-one-min ruler of, the
had brought baek a rePort': which committee, chairman DawsoN
bore out Serious. 'xsitarges made WasAn-Chicago,
against, Gov.":10h1V,Pattersn'a id- the Government Operititins
ministratiott by'' Represent Corn fnittee, 'are', several southern
ative Charlai4 VriMm-ler; 411,,,'"the. Congregallteit Tho bave fought
Alabama LegislatureT:A p;, terlr'olgainst,! prd-Negro legisla- :
But without waiting to read'tlit tion: But when'it cattle to Moving
report, though after, consulting against a Negro chairman in or orCongressman
Congressman orCongressman Frank Boykin, Ala- der to prevent a miscarriage',
bama'a leading 'race-baiter, chair- justice. the deep-dyed-in-the-wool
man aiVS011 either sens or au- seniority system prevailed. z:
thorized Boykin-' to 'end tele- As Of this writing, the tugust
eram to the grand :Ivry stating House of Represeotatives has
"There is not a scintilla of evid- done absolu'ely nothing to inform
erce in .the land case. We wash- the, Alabama grand jury that the
ed our bands of this cake on the 'telegram ft received was false.
floor of the House yesserdaY." ,All that.has haPpened is that,
The telegram not only WEIS un- chairman Dawson is fumint
true. but was couched in term! furiously over the fact that he
deliberately calculated to in- was cauchti connpiring with a
firence the jury, leading Negro-balter,t Boykin of
It is against the law to influenct Alabama.
a grand jury Mabama, as it is What Congress needs most-is' an
in most states. investigation of itself. But it won't
ONE-MAN RULE NoteBoth Dawson end Blat Blat,
, Blat, nik are now, trying to wriggle off
The fact that this' deceptive and the hook by claiming Federal
misleading telegram was sent in funds were not involved in ,the
the name of a reanonsible chair- iscandal.' nig is a technicalit3'
man of a- Fouse- committee Mus- which in no way justifies Dew-,
trates one of the great weaknesses son's wire that no, evidence t :
of the "demotratic" systein le wrongdoing had been uncovered.-'
The unfortunate 'fact is that
there is no more democracy in
Congress under the present coin coinmittee
mittee coinmittee system than thereia in the
Presidium of Soviet Russia.
To illustrate, here la what hap happened
pened happened when the telegram Was
sent from Congress to Mobile at!
3:5R Pm. Thursday', April-16. :" ,-'
Word of the 'telegrami 'reached
Congressman johit.)31atnik of Miti;"! 1 );?;
nesota, chairman, of the; aubcomQ
mittee Pliblie4toitilk; el0FridaYrt
April 17, from Alabama State, ,
ReP Trinitde : hofi;
the invedigi o 't now a
'thing about, the telegram,e' Ile I
knew all abotit investigation :
and should have been consulted. ,
But Dawson didn't bother to con- : :'" :
sult him. The senior Negro m 1
Congress consulted instead with
Coneressman Boykin of Alabama,
R vigorons ammo:den the
Klux Klatt, end, the White Citizens 0, or,
Councils. who 'has been wanting brgn
to kill the grand jury probe.
When Blatnik learned of the te telegram.
legram. telegram. he tried to reach ebair-
man Dawson but Dawson had
'tone to Chicodo.. Dawson'a staff
said they could not reach hint. : :
Meanwhile the grand jury,
meeting in Mobile, was nearing,
the, end of.i's session. It was sup-1 : :
posed to find for or against' one of v
Patterson's henchmen in a ser-'
louR highway ,scanda1.7'
The jury hid received a tele tele'
' tele' gram from the chairman of a res responsible
ponsible responsible committee of C011ert'S
saying there "was not a scintilla:
Yet the jurors knew th,st the,
Congressional investigator sent'
from Washington had found just
Who were thev to believeDaly.
son ,or the evide,nce?
le this si'uition, not one:mem.
ber of Congress 'was willing to go
over the head of-absent chairman'
Dawson and inform-the jury the
the telegram did not renresent thr
committee's res) findings. Th Thsys'em
sys'em Thsys'em of committee senioritV
itch that the august Coortress
the United States was willing t tsee
see tsee a miscarriske of juslice rather,'
.,',M: -, ,,,,, .,..., .' 4,1,-.A ', ,w,1,6. 1,x.,
ENTERPRISE? -... Boy sales.
man relaxes amid his collec.1
tion of junk at the annual ,,
Paris ham and scrap iron fair
For the Dining
yahle, the Co nee
break, the' Home
Bar, the MANTLE.
At low, low Prices.'
And Buying at
Means you can
win a Damond on
--.--- - AIOUV up TO Till MOOT MOMS Nilliw-IL,;;,,,,A)
i i Browning tor the comments he received from "Mbrook,"- The buildings and highways of
ir Force does have tome fine recruiting authorities, ut with "Al- Mexico built ,by 20th centttry SPIX. 301cent-elms polish for a ten-second shine en all Very Sentlie Notes include '
, rook" as Living evidence, there are still a few idiots o,sneak by civilization lie the ruins of an high glees surfaces. enamelware. Paint or chromium. TY and Air Conditioning
, , .;
ancient culture showing a high t
RONUK LIQUID WAX. Easily spelled sod antiseptic
I am proud to be a member of the Air Force,', but m tiot so degree of development. In 7tirs.ADS6 HOTEL
le CLEANS n It senates. Suitable fet weed. linoleum
'"' nroud of some of its members. southern Mexico, the Mayas
1 CaCil ri3 C Al
, F Albreek Ex-Nai Man built palaces and pyramids and concrete Neon. gni in ,
,, i now being unearthed from the CARGLO A 'once-over' high speed cleaner and solidi U DILI P it?
THANKS thick Jungle gmwths. They for car bedies and chromium fittings.
A prove that Mexico was the alt ittAk St
, dtr. 0 CENTRAL AMIRICAts
. 0, 1 vim to express my deepest thanks and appreciation or the home of the first civilization
, tinselfish hospital care which I received at Coco Solo std- oras in North America. a civilize- RONUK LIMITED ON, TAtiollosESdtitcliE IT! ANT C1:11: 4 'Poi
, itoapitals. To list all the names would take too long, threlore lake tion older, perhaps. than the A ZECKENDONP Hord, -, LIADING JIWIII,L1R5
this opportunity publicly to let all the people involved know th te ja- Christian era. '1 The Chase Manhattan B
, ACtOSS link )
bore were not in vain.
, Portland. losses. Inflow! ,
John Hall 0 Ineratepedia itritanales 1
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nothing to inform
and jury that the
eived was false.
happened is that,
son is fuming
the fact that he
fieroiring with a
,siter,t Boykin of
; needs most-43 an
itself. But it won't
awson end Etat.
ing to wriggle off
involved in the
is a technicality 4
ay justifies Daw'
no, evidence Of
? Co flee
no2nod on, 1
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By VICTOR RIESEL
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' ' ,---4 ,,' -- .;.' .':,-, WASHINGTONNorthern r- COrs lin overrule 'se absentee -Chair-
-R, , . gressmen for a long lime havt anti ;'' -', ,, 2 ., ,,,' -, ..., ,- '
, 4- ..f.- TillS IS TOUR FORLII4 THI READERS OWN COIAMN You won't find the news in the - .--..-.,,..--, i-,.,
V-4 I ''' ;griped at Idle -Ivar,houtnern 'corn- ,...,-- ,,,, ,..-!.. --sr-, e -- J,,q,1--- - ---.1- .--,, s
- "situations wanted" listings. Int mittee chairmen bave used litirt ,r-130NOTHING CONGRESS '.:.'; -.-
- , o, no mad lea la a. open forum fat readers of The Panama American StOry wu be turt. her up ATOM, ne -,,,,,e--,,,,,k,i-:,--- 1,, ;-..--,...-.1--,,,,,., .4,4;,i,,.. '....,,,..,,, -......, 4,..,..,, ... ., ,,. ..: .. , .,,,,, ,...., eking 1 in. ',: '7 -.. -,. iz..,.,:,.!. .--,j1,.-,..,.. ,', .. '.,
, '''.;'' ''''''''''''''''''''',,,....1;'-:'::.:-'' r''-' ---- -,,,,,--, -;-, ft- ;, (' '''-''' ' I :, ''. hpoarntdaencit-111.1eegtibslajonin' biongres;mat. '', On the Government '' Operations
, Leiters are elyed gratefully and are handled in a wholly confidential yOtir paper,. Soon there, will b
;under Dawson -, are ; .' I
'- --- ------ one crusader "at liberty. he mil A, -t- -I 7 .' '' '-'''','',', li ',..' ' '', A', ,.' ': ', V,. ,4,1 Howard Smith of Virginia, tor Ju v.-''onimittee ,
e II vow contribute a letter don't be Impatient if It doesn't appear the I not have datieuity tuiding "work," I e stance, went off to' tend his ve.1
.111111.1 &L. reettivili tor he la Robert Kennedy apecutiI 111 1 dairy nerds for live days !askant)?
r Please try te keep tke letters te ono oseti'lenetk. I ist in corruption liusning ana cour I 1
I In 1r while vital-bille; cymied in
-a 166 .,it k Lehi in ettictett tontilloitee. age. ,
I 1 a Ar.r. a I lus Rules Comtnittee;,-
This nowspapor assurnos no responsib;lity for statements or ooiniont Anis young man with the handl
IAaA Somme eadifibVII ot veivet in a glove ot iron wilt hyslit,Arally11,1?1,, Now the shoe. is on :the other I
I I toot. 1
arapMaraaaldi mm wyti vmmr
1;11111 Inv a m adsos la I I -a ,, W imaMWas, 1 I
I Ue 1.11.Pti SO ZWAM I
Na11,1 I 1 1 LAM Wee norwer,u -1600gre33-1
11E1 lk 1111L X A AA IP AP' 1 las his bromer Jack's laoor rack- naJN
2111111 rt 1 tun. Dawson of Illinois.1
; isi I I tJ A ets conirot mu becomes law. That
somata oe in it0 adys or SO. UDC AYE) ( rp
the nior Negro, iity-rn,....ngress,. what lutehip-pe-WeiT.
N.4 oF went off to. Chicago after wither sel and staff of the committee
toereis a taw, there wili be no
14111 .1' sending or autborizing- .mysterf Howevert the thairman-is-omni-
ions telegram. aimed V influent; potent sys em' is such the
0 neeu 'or Sen. Jonn .41111
ractiet ousting commute. otii-
- ing a grand Jui'y in 'Alabsitia:', staff did absolutelr nothing about
, PEN PALS WANTED
cially, tecnnicauy anu iegisiati e- I This grand Aurr way entrilsted preventing a miscarriage. 41
v i ,.. ,- .... k 0,,..............,..www.m.....wimmwm mi, ThiscrgraodAurr,was$entrttsted preventing tha miscarriage. ckf -Jug. ...,
with igging intipt el' important bee even ou4h titled to do se.
highway scandalie di'd not seek .I Made no: ifference thaLthe '..
advice from ,Washingtoi, though grand jury had a false telegram
it had sought the ,testimony,ol, a and was likely to act on it-What
, Congressional investigator sent to madered In the t so-called demo..
, Alabama. on behalf of the' Govern- cratic, House,. of. Representative,
ment Operations Committee. ilk was..that the one-men ruler of, the
, ,.. . bhoardeboro-ughtrioback srePort which committee, chairman Dawson;
-- 0 ,,
dito, .;)-, q A ' ,-1,1tt .1, ut Se us ',-(charges Made was hi Chicago, s ,
against Gov John' Pgtterson s ad- On the-Government Operations ,
ministration by' State, Represent, Cominittee are- several southern
s' .- 4" 4tak ,-;07 ,-1.k AV ative Charlei,Vrimmiet Litt4:the -CongressMen who have fought bit
Nz7 4,411 -1 t f-V 1,1q A Itilula44 ..VES 0144 in.., LI.Fk? A.A.:kW SA 'WV ILL winner
tive CharlekVITrimmier 3inot'the .00ogreuMen :who have fought bit- (
1 '1'44034 ) It I Alabama Legislature', 0.,! pro-Negro legisla legislaBut
But legislaBut without waiting' te reid 'the Hort But when' it cathe to Moving
report, though after, consulting against a Negro chairman in or orA,
A, orA, Inc.
';',17.,,e Congressman Frank Boykin Ala. der to prevent a miscarriage', Of
N EA S1
liValter 11 V
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t .Y :"47' -.11,,,,,,4',4 ,,,,NG- ,--, ..... ,.,..,,.. ,,,t;,:,g':::4 bama's leading 'race-baiter,
,!-,,,i,,,:in4riFfiN,4:, li-A,-' ,, --" -! ...:.,N::',,,;'-'7;', ,,,. : ,.,,c, ; ,, man aiVS011 either sens or
- -- swsicgoof-xi,-;,-, -,,4, -.,fA--,,.,: thorized Boykin- to send a tele- As 4
of this writing, the tugust ,
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erAM to the grand :Ivry stating House of Representatives has
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e our bands of this ease on the m r s
floor of The House yesserday. AR that-has happened is that-
The telegram not only Wa g un- Fhairman ? Dawson is fuming
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ttone tton naner iorwaroeu to mg dy m clammier Joyee, wno was deli discover. In a a. apartment nom- ILIUM iniijOn. Wier IMMO. "'" """s r..
1 the firrt female to be Peeretar, to a V' ernor of the Panama ra- - ...mammon
oacCtkogrh:EtotcSatea crhsOott tf ho er
nal. Joyce and tier husband are still in I tilt Kong, end are getting Being a war reporter is not on- Ave Gardner's remarkable 're-
wintchered '''t it AN S
alone, well. They hfive a fine on about I o yesrs old, and are ex ex,
, ex, peeing another ebild in August. tl
1 Through the Milil Box I woitirt like tin gay hello to mv manv
, frill; ndvse el rn I'l'eavnea ;tie: omfl rt h ee n re a ?yin arl..7.71e0y. (104ei tDi no; mwoitttb el fi s rdeutrvinn g mthre
and Alm Latin of Diablo. Mr. and Mrs. Reps Carey of Diablo, Mr.
ArIFIAC 1 1
ly risky, but.the pay is riduculoug. mark: "One love ought to be e
vs. INBC has two covering Latin Ame- nough for any man. I don't know
. Transelci Reserve in South Africa. .1201glir,u,
Has a student body of 4,000. (ooh,
eee, oo-ahlth1)- 111011111114,
Illtmot 0 w, if, -7- Fo
Lewift Phillins and his son of Diablo, and ma)pv others. .0.1 41"1101. Royed Werront '
i ,I Mrs. Curtin and I extend a warm welronle to our many friends 111111111v. 11 it it Py Appointment to Her Maiesty The Queen,
I IL, ,
.- x bro
in Paniima and the Canal Zone to stop in for ,e visit while vacation- 111100,"' 92rikillb tures
4 ,-, '''r''' 'olith Mono , rifolid s mow'
milliirU LW, I
Big in the States.
Erne t B. Curling. ...- --s" '"I
. 1:10 verocker Circle, ..,,, elle( ae01 RONUK L 1 M 1 T E D morn loctio
fa71 t,( 7,r...b., ,,I,
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Frost roof, Fla. -4- It'4..4'N,,, Bal
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Have opotosted --.... lin
. APOLOGY TO ARMY SIRGRA T al 6;1' --1111
, Mr! awl. r,, el..,- Messrs. Virgilio Capriles, ,
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, Since 1 ve been reading your paner and the "Bfail Box" column -.---, 1,,,,, ,N.77-
--r4; !moo a Apartado do Condos 202,
Calla la., No. 32 Panama, R. de Panama.
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, tOr some months I've noted some letters that I connider high on the i' ,. : .i.--.71
imbecile list, but, the one by "Albrook" Mail Box. Vey 2) la by far i
, pm, t
Pt - 'Irl ar stOl tOtIfIti is Peoutm4 for:
. 411111104- Mil
heed of any one of them. -- a Paz- 621,t;,:' SILICONE RONUK WAX. Contains Ancrol anti-tlin tot ' Wit
,, L I, as an Air Force man, would like to apologize tl M-Sgt. Ralph Beneath the tall modern I a Meister. rosistant, brilliant, lasting polish. "e, .....
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Some ,128 enlistd men from
the Arthy and Marines landed at
Albrook Air-Force Base Friday
morning at 8 o'clock to begin a
three-week course of instruction
at the Vungle Warfare Training
Center at Fort Sherman next
A naval underwater demolition
team from Norfolk. Va, arrived
earlier this week to attend the
course. ,The team is made up of
both offiCers I'M enlisted men and
although the class beginning Mon
Says. Brihsh Devotee
LONDON- CIIPI'l,Miss DorotilY
Ma Aidetletet2, ewho -hal; Ikea
'''The-Mikado"98 times, said, to today
day today she WOUICI never eve tip her
fight to prevent the Americans
from Jlebasing Gilbert and Sulli Sullivan
van Sullivan works',
Mis Alderley voiced her defi defiance
ance defiance after Sir David Eccles, pres
!dent of the Board of Trade,. re rejectett4'
jectett4' rejectett4' her 50,000 name petition'
asking, to preserve -the copyrights
of the lyrics of W. S. Gilbert past
their 1961 expiration date.
"What I have ,been fighting for
h te preserve a heritage which
British children may, never know
abottt if we ,fail,' she said. "The
fightl is not over yet."
Eeclei made his rejection a
letter to 'Lawrence Turner, mem member
ber member of Farliament for Oxford,
who presented Miss Alderleylit pe petition
tition petition in the House' of Common
last month. He .said legislation to
protect the lyrics, "in an extep-.
tional way' wotild "not be accep acceptable
table acceptable -or desirable.'
"I: know that Alit Americans
are planning to debase these oP-,
eras,' 'Miss Alderley said. "A
film of "trial by Jury' with Frank
Sinatra as the defendant is in the
a number of 'records ready for
release when the copyrights ex expire."
pire." expire." ,
Mrs. Helena Moore
r'as At Home;
Mrs. Helena Estelle Moore, at
88-year-old Barbadian resident of
Guachapali, died at her home
The mother of Lionel O. Moore,
she had been ailing for some time.
Funeral services will be held ot
the Bretherin Church on B Avenue
at 33:30 p.m. tomorrow. Burial is
scheduled for 4 p.m. in the Herre Herrera
ra Herrera Cemetery. r
In addition to her son, Mrs.
Moore is survived by several
day is slated for enlisted men, the
team is never separated during
any phase of its training. It's all
One Army officer and three
Marine officers are also slated to
attend the course.
The Army students come from
every Army area in the Continen Continential
tial Continential United States, officer ,of the
Quartermaster General and office
of the Provost Marshal Gener General
al General Department of the Army, and
the military district of Washing Washington.
ton. Washington. The Marine students come
from the lst and 2nd Fleet For Forces,
ces, Forces, Fleet Marine Force, Atlantic
' After the students arrived in
ROME, May 3.---(UPI)---Film di director
rector director Roberto' Rostellini has
sued the Milan nevi-simper s Cor Corriere
riere Corriere D'Informazione for aggra aggravated
vated aggravated defamation.
The suit stemmed from a Pa Paris
ris Paris story the, paper published A April
pril April 29. The story said Rossellini
reached a financial settlement
with his former svife Ingrei Bergd
man 'and "in return" left,her 'cus 'custody
tody 'custody of tbeir three children.
Rossellini said through his law lawyer
yer lawyer Adolfo Gatti that the impli implication
cation implication that he left the children
for money was "gravely offensive."
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HMG PANAMA! Some 128 enlisted men from evert Army area in the Continental United States,
upon their arrival at Albrook Mr Force Base. They went Immediately to Fort Sherman for a session
group, which Included members of the Marine Corps, was met on its arrival by Brig. Gen. Milton L.
tae' Group; 20th. Int, and Michael Chester, commander, JVCrC. The lst Battle Group operates JIITTC.
two waves about 20-minutes a apart,
part, apart, they were immediately
transported to Fort Sherman to
begin a week-end-long period of
processing before starting their
training. They were met upon
their arrival by Brig. Gen. Mil Milton
ton Milton L. Ogden, deputy command commander,
er, commander, J.I.S; Army Caribbean; Col.
Ralph 'A. Jones, Jr., commanding
officer, 1st Battle Group 20th In Infantry,
fantry, Infantry, and Maj.. Michael Chester,
commanding officer of 3WTC.
Before they begin their train training
ing training Monday, the students. will
hear a few words of welcome from
Ogden at Fort Sherman.
The student4 wbo arrived Fri-1
day are due n graduate May 23.
They will then spend two or
three days at Fort Kobbe as guests
oi the ist Battle Group wnich
opera,es JWTC awaiting air
transportation back to their U.S.
stations. A group of officers from
all components of the armed for for'cos'
'cos' for'cos' in' tne U.& is 'die to arrive in
the 'Canal Zone about May 27 for
three -weeks of training at JWTC.
The enlisted graduates will fly
back to the U.S. in the aircraft
bringing this group here.
This is the second cycle of en enlisted
listed enlisted and commissiosed students
from' U.S. posts and base to train
at JWTC. The first cycle occur occurred
red occurred last autumn when two classes
of enlisted and commissioned
students from all over the U.S.
and representing the Army, Navy,
Air Force and Marines were at
JWTC for the first training at
the Fort Sherman post in this
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and long sleeves
styles, colors and sizes
Department of ,the Arra y and the Military District of Washington, wave a big hello
of processing before beginning classes at the Jimgle Warfare Training Center. The
Ogden, deputy comman der,' USARCARD3;, Col. Ralph H. Jones, Jr., conunander; lst Bat BatThe
The BatThe group will depart Panama for return to the U.S. late thiNnonth.--(US Army Photo)
SAFE DELIVERY Mal Michael Chester, commander of JWTC at Fort Sherman, received official
papers which brought 128 enlisted men from every Army area in Continental UM& to the Canal Zone
to take three weeks of training at JWTC. The group, including Marines and Navy, arrived at Albrook
Air Force Base aboard an Air Force plane. (US Army Photo)
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upon their arrival at Albrook Mr Force Base.' Iley went' immediately toport Ihertinan for a isession:ofgpro essing before beginning classes at the Jtmgle Warfare Training Center. nit
group, which Included members of the 'Marine Corps, ,was met on its arr val hy Br g. Gen. M Iton L 0 dene deputy co an der,',USARCARIB;, Col:Ralph II, Jones, Jr. conunander; lst',Bat lst',Battle'
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day' aht would: never give. tip her, ROME,' May' 3.-(uri)--rum u" three ,weeks of training at JWTC.
fight' th Prevent -, the tmericans rector Roberto' Rostellini has The enlisted graduates will fly 0,f,r :, ,,..
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from Jlebasing 'Gilbert and Sulli- sued the Milan newspaper s Cor-, back to the U.S. in the aircraft ..::
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MiscAlderley voiced her defi, va,ted defamation. This is the second cycle of en- ,55-,- i, ,,-, -: ,t,:5,,, :: ., :::,?',,,.0
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from' U.S. posts and base to train SAFE DELIVERY Mal 'Michael Chester, commander of JWTC at Fort Sherman, received ,official i-i,,;:'i'!.54;'''4.,,,11..., ous LANCOME Iteauty Salon in Paris. .;:..:
jectedtiher 50,000 name petition' pril 29. The story said Rossellini ,r-5
.finaficial s'ettle,ment ,at Jw'rc. The first cycle occur- papers which brought 128 enlisted men from everY Army area inContinental ILO& to the Canal Zone --, ,,
asking'to preserve ,the copyrights reached : a red last autumn when two classes to take three weeks of training at JWTC. The group, including Marines and Navy, arrived at Albrook from Tuesday May 1th until Saturday May Ith at i,-,;
of the lyrics of W. S. Gilbert past ivith his former-vide Ingrei Eergd ,-
of enlisted and commissioned Air Force Base aboard an Air Force plane. (US Army Photo) ,!
their' 1961 expiration 5clate-.., r man and "in return" left,her cus cus1
1 cus1 "What I have been ,fighting for
h to lreserve a heritage which tdY of their three children.
Rossellini said through- his : students from all over the U.S.-
law and representing the Army, Navy, , tits Coentetie Department of our Main SUM
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British children may, never know HOURS; 11:SS am. to IS noes-440 pa. Se 140 p.m. .,
abotil ff We,,fail,' she said. Th yet- Adolfo ,Gatti that the impli. Air Force and Marines were at
fightt is not ever yet." ,, "-7e cation that he left the children JWTC for the first training at
for money was "gravely offen the Fort Sherman post in this ',i..,::: Ber free 'eenimitatiens win be eenducted in ., ,,
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,MRS..GEORGE EDMAN LEAVE POE STATES
.10 VISIT TWO MONTHS IN PITTSFIELD, MASS.
AtArS. Georg' W. 'Stinson of El Caner'', left this morning for
stiliHtifield, Mass. She will los loinol later by Mr. ildman, first sec.
refry ond public affairs officer of the United States Embassy in
They will visit In the States abeut two months.
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committee members, Mrs. Law.
react Alder, Panama 34100; Mrs.
W. C. Merchant, Balboa 331.7,' or
Mrs, Thomas 5. MeXibbon Bal
The Isthmian Nurses Association
will have a meeting tomorrow
evening at I:30 in the 'conference
room at Gorgas Hospital.
Guest speaker will be Dr. Ito.
bort Taylor. head en the micilogy
section of the Middle MIMICS Re.
search Unit. HI., will discuss his.
Members of the Panama Nurse:
Association are especially invited
to attend the meeting.
The Special Education Associa Association
tion Association will have a business meeting
Wsdnetday evening at 7:30 at the
All members, teachers and pa parents
rents parents of handicapped ehildren are
urged to attend.
'Lillie Old Ladles'
WI lh Secret Papers
SAN BERNARD INO, CUL
(UPDArmy intelligence officers
today sought for "two little old
ladies" who apparently unv441,-
tingly walked off with a brief briefcase
case briefcase that may (or may not) have
contained some specifications con concerning
cerning concerning a south Pacific missile
Agents definitely were con concerned
cerned concerned about the loss of the brief briefcase,
case, briefcase, but just what was in it is
something else agaiii.
Lt. Col. Walter T. Blum of Phil Philadelphia,
adelphia, Philadelphia, visiting relatives here,
missed the briefcase when he ar arrived
rived arrived Saturday on a bus from
The police officer taking the re report
port report from Blum said the colonel
told him that the case contained
plans for a missile base at Kwaj Kwajalein
alein Kwajalein atoll. The plans are "not
top secret," Blum said, but they
shouldn't tall in the wrong hands.
However, he later denied there
were any ouch plans in the brief briefcaseonly
caseonly briefcaseonly expensive personal
items like a camera.
Joe Mahan, the driver of the
bus on which Blum came here,
recalled handing a similar brief briefcase
case briefcase to "two little old ladies' who
got off at nearby Fontana.
Slogans Under Drug
RANGOON, Burma (UPI) A
Soviet diplomat, who screamed
anti-Russian invectives while under
the effect of sleeping pills, WAS
rushed to the airport under a
heavy Soviet guard Sunday and
flown to etnimunist China en
Mt" to Moscow.
The diplomkt was dol. Mikhail
I. Stryguine, military attache in
Rangoon. His Russiap guards hid
him from the crowd with a canolPY
of blankets and manhandled news newsMen
Men newsMen and photographers who tried'
to get close.
There were conflicting reports
OP Stryguine's activities but he
was reported to have tried to kill
himself with an overdose of sleep sleeping
ing sleeping pills because he was being
returned to Russia.
The overdose gave him "hyp "hypnotic
notic "hypnotic poisoning" which hospital
authorities said was caused by the
nercotics. While in this state he
shouted ant-Russian slogans in
the hospital despite a Soviet guard
assigned to him.
The Colonel also leaped from
lower floor window in another ef effort
fort effort to escape the Russians but
was returned to the Soviet em embassy
bassy embassy tor treatment.
Early Sunday the Soviet staff
bundled up Stryguine and took
him to Mingaladon airport and
placed him aboard a Russian
plane for a flight to Kunming and
connections with Soviet bound
To Merge Soon
BOSTON (UPI) Members of
the American Unitarian Assn. and
the Universalist Church of Amer America
ica America have voted II-1 to merge the
two sienomidations "at the ear earliest
liest earliest feasible date."
Dr. iVillitim B. Rice, chairman
of a joint commission of the two
charge, reported Sunday night
that a "preliminary plebiscite'
indicated individual churches and
fellowships favored the merger as
quickly as possible.
He said his commission would
draw up a detailed mer er plan
to be presented to the oint bi biennial
ennial biennial conference of t e two
groups at Syracuse, N.Y., next
The commission's findings
came after a year of study which
included polling of KS of a total
of 930 churches.
ACROSS 3 Standard tit
1 Capital ot perfection i
1 Lithuania a Router )
1 Cilia 4 Burmese
Ramo wood sprite
11 Torm a notion I Consumed
11 Harvester I OrouP ot
14 Paused matched
18 "Scourge pieces
of God" 7 Make lace
10 Aerifonn fuel 0dIlli11
17 Devotee 1 Inch
tip !Amur. of I Bank worker
cloth 10 Expunge
10 Chemical 13 Redact
suffix 13 Allowances Ot
II Oriental porgy Wang
31 Letter II Perched
33 Skink 34 Hawaiian
31 Waver Precipice
31 Roman bronze
II Correlative jultilui
81 Race course AMER
IS Health resort WM"
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41 Unit of allillirl
43 Obtain aim
45 Camel's hair
40 Golf motmd 2
41 Spanish lady ,..0101!,,,,,,
51 Nautical tam laINIMIVA
54 Surgical 4aw "mum
55 Mick soUps mummy
51 City In
51 Mother (14,) mum
1 Zodiacal gnu
Last Friday, May 1 was
National Child Health Day.
Just about now, a goodly
share of last year's 4,250,000 in infant
fant infant arrivals are making their
first untidy efforts at self-feeding.
They are great imitators.
Therefore a helpful initiation into
this do-it-yourself feeding art is
to put a small, straight-handred
spoon into baby's hand when he io
being fed. After the spoon has
been picked up and handed back
for the 100the time, the small
hurler will begin poking, stir stirring,
ring, stirring, trying to transfer food
his mouthgenerally with the
spoon upside down.
Nutritionally important news for
enthusiatic young eaters is the
first cottage cheese in baby food
form, with a shelf life compara comparable
ble comparable to other baby foods. Requires
no refrigeration until after the
little container is opened. Strain Strained
ed Strained and junior cottage cheese with
pine-apple (plus concentrated o orange
range orange and lemon juices and whole
milk powder) is the newest item
for the little spoon twirlers.
National Child Health Day was
an appropriate time to remind
some mothers that a fat baby is
necesaarily a strong, healhty
Dr. W, H. Sebrell Jr., director of
the Institute of Nutritional Sci
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edging 25 Gunlock catch 40 Sticking
Zech 27 Spinning toys eubstance
Bank worker 21 Snare 42 Jump
0 Expunge 30 Laconic 44 Taut
2 Redact 24 Swords 41111nclose
.11 Allowances ot 25 Jet (Peet4 3
provisions' 31 Southern 50 Wife of Aegir.
.0 Perched general (ntrlh)
14 Hawaiian 28 Conceded 52 Total t
precipice SO Closer 53 Pewter coin
Child Health Day Warning:
Don't Overstuff Baby
HICALTRY NIPPY Tom, Ittrinotto enjoys ht$ cottage choose
and oloospplo troot. Little Tommy la healthy, but not overfed.
ences at Columbia University,
warns mothers that the founda foundation
tion foundation for obesety is often laid in
"In spite of the doctor's advice,
many mothers still believe a
plump, overfed baby is a healthy
baby. They cling to the supersti superstition
tion superstition that to be big is the same
thing as to be strong and heaL
thy," this leading researcher in
nutrition states. "Therefore, be because
cause because of ignorance, or overpro overprotectiveness,
tectiveness, overprotectiveness, or tmotionallsm, they
put excess food before small chil children
dren children Nucl insist on its being eat eaten."
en." eaten." --
Dr. Sebrell believes parents in
this way encourage the habit of
overeating in the child. He watts
that overweight in an adult who
was fat as a child is the hardu
kind to overcome.
LONG DISTANCE MARMON
TAIPEI (UPI) Mr. and Mrs.
William (Scourt) Harrison, who
were married a lit le more than
a year ago by transpacific 'tele 'telePhone
Phone 'telePhone between Kansas City and
Taipei, left Formosa yesterday
for their new post in Johnannes Johnannesburg,
burg, Johnannesburg, South Africa.
Harrison, a U.S. information
service officer, stood at tele telephone
phone telephone in T.inel to marry,. his
fiancee in Kansas City.
(Promoted by the Department
of Christian Iducetien el the,
gploceeal Church In the PAW
sienary Diocese et ,the PanaMil
Cenat Zene).. ;
Psalm Int 71
KING OP NATURB
'Praise the Lord. frem the
earth, ye dragem, and elf
deeps' Fire, and hall; snow, end
vapours; stormy wind fulfilling
Eartligake, tornado, 'and other
natural, disasters are parts of the
steady working out of the physical
JAWS Of the world. ThO)v Ort Of the
earth, and Ice ail their violence,
their effects reach no further. (It
is only man's evil that can do
eternal damage). But the Christ.
an has no reasoning terror, be.
cause he sees earthly violence in
its true relation to the eternal
order and to his etenral safety.
No matter how graat the disaeter,
he knows how .much greater la
This, after all, io not a physical;
ly safe world Our earthly bodies
are not conateutted to last for forever.
ever. forever. If this world were all there
is for us, them such unavoidable
dangers woull be unjust. But if
this world is a place of training
and testing, they are almost in.
Take reasonable precautions for
your safety, but save your real
fear for the evil in the lOul
"0 Most loving Fattier, who
wiliest us to give thanks for all
things. to dread nothing but the
loss of three, and to cast all our
care on thre, who carest for us;
Preserve us from faithless feara
and wordly anxieties, and grant
that no clouds of this mortal life
may hide from us the light of that
love which is immortal, and which
thou haat manifested unto us in
thy Son, Jesus Christ our Lord."
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written fir NEA Service
' SMITS (Di
East and West vulnerable
South West North last
1 N.T. Pass 2 ofh Pass
24 Pass 4 Pim
Opening lead-4 N
The Stayman two-club con convention
vention convention Is apart of the Jacoby
Transfer Bid system. We have
noted already that other suit re responses
sponses responses at the two level are
transfer bids and that the three threeclub
club threeclub response is the transfer to
This leaves two clubs as StaY StaYman
man StaYman and it is used whenever re reponder
ponder reponder had enough strenght to
want to bid or invite game and
wants to explore the possibilities
of a four-four fit in a major suit.
North has just suth a hand.
Nine high card point and four
cards in each major. He re responds
sponds responds two clubs and South is
required to show a four-card
major if he has one. He has and
does and North takes him right
There is no troulie making Eve
spades. South wins the diamond
'opening, ruffs ediamond, plays a
club to the ace, ruffs a diamond,
plays a heart to the- king, ruffs
his last diamond and will still
make another heart and four
Three no-trump goes down one
trick. All South can Make are
four spades, two hearts and the
minor suit aces.
Incidentally, if South had ,had
no four-card major be wouid
have rebid to two diamonds to
show this and North would hoe
gone to two notrump where-,
upon Sotth wotdd pass with mi
num or go on to game 'with a
goocl opening no-trump.
QThe bidding has beetr
North East South West
1N.T. Pass 11411 Pass
2 A Past' ?
, You, South, bold:
K.I76 1,A.1113 42, 44,85
Yopr two.club bid asked your
partner to show four.card ma.
joy. What do you do?
ABid four spade, Yee have
nine kith card paints and tortilla
Pada support and wast.to be in
instead of r bidding tw6
spades your partner has rebid. te
two diamonds to show that he
does not hold a four-card major
suit. What do you do nowt
GETS BUST OF LIAM
BERN, Switzerland '(UP1)-11.8
Ambassador Henry 3. Taylor pre
sented Swiss Foreign Ministet
Max Petitpierre with a bust o
Abraham Lincoln yesterday t
day" and Swiss Arne:agar
MISS MIDNIGHT'S NOTISOOK
'Princess Saroya, former Ern ErnPress
Press ErnPress of lung obviously intends
to settle in Some. He's signed
the lease on tbe Villa Bonel a
11101r10111 pad in the Capri style
and with swimming pooljust
outside of the Eternal City., Ann
Sothern. whose wise Investments
through the years have ,put her
in an enviable asocial, position,
is toying with the notion of retir retiring
ing retiring in MO. ,One of the world's
most famous novelists and his
wife are on the verge of rift head headlines...Ted
lines...Ted headlines...Ted Williams evinced such
enthusiasm for EIT0,11 Garner's
performances at Storyville in los loston
ton loston that the pianist returned ,the
complimea by composing ,fiThe
Ted Williams Swing" in honor of
the bueball star. -Cesare Slept
is vehemently denying the rumonrs
that be will do a Las Vegas night
club act next season. HO much
too busy with the Metropolitan 0-
pera and concert engagements, he
vows. -Profirio Bubirosa's beau beauWu)
Wu) beauWu) young wife Odile was so sha shaken
ken shaken by the bomb tossed in her
direction, in Cuba that her devot devoted
ed devoted husband hos persuaded ber to
redecorate the Embassy in Ha Havanaa
vanaa Havanaa gesture designed to take
tier mind off the hot political si situation.
French playwright Maicel Ach Achrad,
rad, Achrad, whose big Paris hit, "Patate"
was a quick Broadway flop last
season, doesn't intend to come to
New York for the premiere of
his new comedy, "Voules vous
Jouer Avec Moi?" Achard is con convinced
vinced convinced his plays never will itic
ceed here, no matter how warmly
they are received in Paris; he
thinks the whole trouble lies with
faulty adaptations and wants no nothing
thing nothing to do with the American
productions except collect the
"Destry Rides Again" is the big
disappointment of the current thea
Weal season. Visually splendid.
and peopled with attractive and
talented performers, it lacks this
basic ingredients of a good music
F 4 -4
al show? an interesting libreito.-.7
a tuneful scorei end that mysiert
ous ingredient tautly -Identitied
as 4'heart.", M no, void the ..,
opulent proieedIngs do you really
believe that anybody. loves ,anY ,anYbodye,
bodye, ,anYbodye, or anybody hatte anybodn --
or anything that happens on stage
matter, to snyone except pouibly
the Colector of Internal Revenue.
It's emazing,-,considering the plot
line ot "Destry", that anyone could
have gom -to all (the trouble Intl
expense- d Tfilitifing such a von,
old and. withered chestnut. ,
,--Credit. a local tabloid .with',the
funnied line about Fidel; Castro's
New York visit- It 'reported that
the Cuban :leader 'lett Columbia
University -litc visit ;The Times en
English language :morning newt-
nePer'''.', France' Bruno (wile of
the owner ot the Pen and Pencil)
is in New York -Hospital for ma-
News from WOW Truyeg
and entertainment magasink-bas
dubbed Teresa Brower the most
ulTrulleayr sliatin"ientotb le ht omrsid'it;
she's bitter over no'. winning the
Academy Award. Thinks she would
have carried' off the Oscar if she'd
bad. I bettor prey( jobs
A young seta well known' for
his histrionics in stage and tele television
vision television productions is in hot water
with several of his fellow workers
He was caught cheating and bring
ins in professional eard sharks
(passed off as reltives or school schoolday
day schoolday chums) att a high stage
poker game bold weekly in Man
Mitten by a group of theatrical
Progress note: The Everlasting
Mote Co. Just went out of bust.
ness on Tin Pan Alley. ltossano
Brass! is liable to have a remit,
cents as a matinee idol with the
release of "Count Your Blessings"
he looks younger, more band'
some and more vignette than it.
'Ordeal Of Mr. Stevens' To Be
Restaged At Tivoli Guest louse
"The Ordeal"of Mr. Stevens, '00
the musical pageant that was the
smash success of, the Theodore
here last fall, will .be presented
again by popular request.
The complete Mussolman-Rerr
show, with the original cast, wM
be staged in the ballroorti of the
Tivoli Guest House at 8 p.m. on
May 20, It will be sponsored by
the Isthmian Historical Society,
and admission will be free.
'Ifighlighted by sprightly mu music
sic music and witty lines, th swil t tmoving
moving tmoving hour-long show is built
around the 1908 viait of President
Theodore Roosevelt to the Isth Isthmus.
mus. Isthmus. It wa.. presented last Nov. 13
in the Balboa Theeter -together
with the feature centennial ad address
dress address by Maurice H. Thatcher.
The pageant suprised and delight delighted
ed delighted a large audience that included
Panama President Ernesto de la
Guardia Jr, and Gov. William E.
Potter.'There were many augges auggesdons
dons auggesdons for repeat performances, but
arrangements for a new show showing
ing showing could not be made tmtil his
Pilots Must How
WASHINGTON (UPI) T h I
Federal Aviation Agency has re.
vised its medical standards to
deny pilots' licenses to persons
with records of diabetes, heart
disease, alcoholism, epilepsy,
mental disturbances and drug ad.
Other changes are under study,
including a possible mandatory
retirement age of 60 for commer.
cial pilots. However, FAA Chief
Elwood R. Queued has said re.
tirement ages should be set by
the individual airlines.
The pilots' union it against any
mandatory retirement rule, but n
appeared there would be no 'bow 'bowdown
down 'bowdown on the issue., A number of
older i)1 lots, voluntarily have
backed out of jet, training when
they found it difficult to learn to
handle the new planes.
An FAA spokesman sold the
health revisions already ordered
were recommended by Flight
Safety Foundation, Inc., a private
,research organisation. The foun foundation
dation foundation said the rule changes cov covered
ered covered ailments which would suit.
denly and unexpec'edly,, incapaci
tate a pilot.
tlt For Tomorrow
Mrs. Francis,Grant, a resident
M Street Panama City, died
,Santo Tomas Hospital Sunday.
A native of Antigua; DAVI, she
vas a long time resident of the
Her funeral is scheduled to leave
he Santo Tomas Hospital morgue
t 3 'p.m. tomorrow for the, Pue
lo Nuevo Cemetery.
Mrs. Grant is survived by her
'aughters, Louise and Mrs. Cala.
na Jordan, 14 grandehildren and
Restaging will be necessary be because
cause because of the 'transfer from the
Balboa stage to the Tivoli dance
floor.t4Tbs -,new Iresentatioaf will
be made "in the three-quarter
round," according to Don Mus Musselman,
selman, Musselman, co-author who also di directs
rects directs the production.
The same music, with choral
background by 25 voices and a
specially tailored orchestra, will
be directed again by co-author Vic Victor
tor Victor A, Herr. The lead roles be
taken by the same actors, with
one exception. Charles Walsh,
who played the role of a edam.
shovel operator and sang the hit
song; "Big Nellie from Culebra,"
is in the Army. His replacement
has not been named.
The report pageant will mark
the close of the current year's ac activity
tivity activity by the Isthmian Historic.
al Sotiety, whose annual cyclee
conform to the scholastic year.
New officers for the coming year
will be elected at a membership
meeting t9 be convened in the
ballroorri at MO p.m., a half-hour
before showtime, Recording to
Brodie Burnham, outgoing vivid vividdent.
dent. vividdent. Next year's dues SISO will
be payable, he said.
On liner Panics
(UPI)---West German health au
thorities today put the U.S.
luxury liner America ,in smallpox
quarantine, but then lifted it when
they, discovered that the suspect,
eel victim aboard was suffering
only from chickenpox.
The yellow quarantine nig NW
for, 22 houre from the mast of the
U.S. 1.4nies vessel and tha 750
passengers and 350 orewmemberg
were unable to go ashore on their
arrival from New York.
West Germany was taking ne
chances. An outbreak of the dis
figuring and often fatal disease of
smallpox occurred in the country
But examination of the ailing
passenger, U S. Army Lt. Col;
Robert Reipan, uf the Field Artile
lery in Europe, showed lig
had only chickenpox.
He was lemoved from the liner
and taken to Bremerhaven
itary hospital for treatment. The
yellow quarantine flag came,
U the disease had been mans
pox, the passengers and ere
would lira been forced to remain
in Quarantine for 14 days and all
probably wouldhsve had to be,
, Whim tho illness of the colonel
was reported Sunday night on
docking by the America's skippen
F. Fender, West German and 14,
S. health authorities went into se.
A blood eample was ilOWtt by
helicopter to the Bernhard Nocht
tnatitute for tropical diseases at
Hamburg for analysis, and phyla
kians rushed to the -Americo
docked at Columbus ist Beam
erhaven kattelh :
Anniversary Lunehson Planned Hottesses will be Mrs. Clara
'By Balboa Woman's Club Raymond and Mrs. Grace Colbert.
, The thirteenth anniversary lun- All members are urged to et :
cheon of officers for 1939-1860 of tend.
the Balboa Womsn's Club will be
held Wednesday, May 13, at noon Balboa Emblem Club
in the Fern Room of the Tivoli Card Party Friday
Guest House. The card party planned by Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Emblem Club 49 will be hold
Reservations Or cancellations Friday evening at 7:30 at the Elks
lust be made by noon Monday Home on La Boca Road.
with Mrs. S. H. Rowley, Balboa An Army-Navy tablecloth and a
3674, or Mrs, Grover Luce, Bal- silver tray will be awarded si door
boa 1488. Prizea, as well as individual table
Prizes. Tickets are available from
Clayton Wives Club members, and will be sold at the
Plans Peskiest Show door.
Mrs. Luther C, Wyrick, program
chairman of tbe Fort Clayton NCO Annual Seeing Luncheon
Wives Club, announced at tbe Planned By College Club
Club's board meeting that plans The annual epring luncheon 3f
are being completed for a fashion the Canal Zone College Club will
and hairstyle show to be held be held Saturday at 1 p.m. at the
this month. Fort Amador Oficers Open Mess.
Highlights of the meeting will bp
' Gbwns will be provided by the presentation of the annual
'Ueda': of Panama and hairstyles scholarshi? award and the intro introwill
will introwill be shown by Mr. Arturo.
duction o new officers.
Mrs. David Stout is assisting Members and their guests should
Sirs. Wyrick in arrangemente for make reservations with Mrs. John
the show. R. Hammond, Balboa 11181, or Mrs.
Gerald Doyle, Balboa 2444, by
Curundu Women's Clubs Thursday evening.
The monthly business meeting --
of the Curundu Women's Club will
Miss Young Is Named
be held tomorrow morning at 9 YMCA Girl Of Month
in the Community Building. Miss Yolanda Young was a awarded
warded awarded the special USO Certifie Certifie,
, Certifie, AFTER EVERY ,ste of Commendation at the Girl
of the Month dance held at the
DIAPER CHANGE The honor was in recognition of
her volunteer service activities
, N. Use Mexana and during April.
Ai see how happily
your babY PlnYll Charity Card GrouP,
t A ...free from
Balboa Wemen's Club
' 404 1 riekly beat Members of the Charity Card
lielviii.,19' allnd irritable Group of the Balobe .WWOMAN'S
NIS diaper rash. Club are reminded of plans for
g 1 MEXII Na a nohost luncheon atnoon Thum
k tij .81. day at the Fort Amador Officers
.4L'''" Meditated Powder
Reservations should be made by
, noon Wednesday with one of the
VERA BOMFORD SCHOOL Of DANCE
OPENING YMCA BALBOA
JUNE 1, 1959
BALLET, MODERN, TAP, ACROBATIC ETC.
REGISTRATION: THURSDAY k FRIDAY
7th & 8th May at the YMCA, Balboa-3a6 p.m.
Classes in Colon every Wednesday and Friday 3 6
p.m. at the Interamerican Women's ClubColon.
Tel.: Colon 114A
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MI PANAMA AMINICAN um AN INDITINDENT DAMN NIWISPArtill
TtEFDAYi VAT 11,1959
I 32 BHS Student Appear
On Latest 'A' Honor' Roll
The names of 32 Balboa' High Ham
School studenta appeared on the Kent,
"A.' honor roli awl ,210 studOnts Kinci
were on the "B" honor roll it was Carl
announced this week at the end UM
of the fifth marking period. Lytle
Of the' 32 '"A" honor students, ry, )
one will a eefilor, 10 were juniors, Sand
six were sophomores, and 15 were Dale
freshman,, , Mich
The neMes of -the 'Itudantsap--
peering on the "A" and "4" hon honor
or honor rolls this month follow:
MISS LOREN. A A. BAUCKUS received and outstanding performance rating from Maj. H. A. Halliwell at a recent cefemony in
the Office of the adJiltant general USARCAR1B. rroM lett to right are Lt. Col. J. E. Compton, Halliwell. MSgt. Prank Ortiz, Miss
Sara Sokol, Mae Bauckus and Robert Almitage. Miss Bauckus was awarded the Meritorious Civilian Service Decoration in 1955.
WS Army Photo)
BarbarauMar, Gise lla Arosemeo
nit,' Harold Barnes, Barbara Bart,
lett, Ruth Bonnet, William' Brow.
del-Marion Clare, Helen Cooper
Sandra Doubin, .SYlvla Eakes,
Katherine Ego if, Jetzabel Feraud,
Kay Flowers, Vicki Hill, 'Pedro
Janowits, Judy Laming, Richard
Lawson, Carol Lund, James Mat
shall Cholas Nickeroon, George
!limbo, Sally Handel, Frank RY RYbicki,
bicki, RYbicki, Ruth Schmelzer, Carolyn
Southwell Grace Vale, Hary
Van Loon, Malcolm Wheeler, ROE;
bert Wide 11 Carol Zelnick, John
Ze Llewlyn Bent.
"RI HONOR ROLL
44 Siery Acker, Dave Adams,
Jorge Aleman, Margaret Alex Alexander,
ander, Alexander, Alfred Archibald, Robert
Arthur, Klink lin Aseron, Nancy
Askew Larry Bal ley, Dianna Bal.
tozer, Brenda Barnthouse, Dille
,,, Bathke, Kathryn Beasley, Bonnie
Bell, Peter Berger, Carole Bar Barhart,
hart, Barhart, Mike Bettsak, Jpdy Beebe,
Nina Benetts Charlene Bishop,
Joe Bond, Lynn Botzenmayer, Ro Robert
bert Robert Bowman, Marlton Bradley,
1 Ann Bra,swell. Dalys Bremmer,
Thome" Bright, Joana Brown,
i Robert Brown, Walter Brown,
, Ilyod Brown, Riith Brown, David
Browne,' Nancy Brownis Ray Cald
)) well, 'Patricia ,Calhoun, Yolanda
Canavaggip Jtmes Carron, E E.
. E. lias Chaltua, Robert Chandler, 'Pa 'Patricia
tricia 'Patricia Chisolm, Ana Chueng, Joyce
sCol i I f, Ito rod ,13 e aDtihxyl e cCooxr,
Charles Cross, William Daily,
Carolyn Davit, Susan Davis,'Mar Davis,'Mar,,,,
,,,, Davis,'Mar,,,, vel Davidson, Linda Diamond, Ro Robert
bert Robert Diller, Carol Dimpll, Dale
Michael Dubbs, John. Dworak,
Elizabeth DYkes Leslie- Eastwood
Dombrowsky, Bert Donaldson,
.04 Cecilia Eggieston,, David Egudin,
Roland Eisen, Eve Elaenmann,
, Peggy Elich, Don Ellwod,
Michael Emerson,- Mary Esslin.
ger, Lynne Fanton, Ramou Far Farnandez,
nandez, Farnandez, Fred Fidanque Gay Ft
dation, Joanne Fields, John Fin Fin.
. Fin. lawn, Curtis Fitzgerald, Mary
Fitzgerald, Judy 41 lenike n,
lt, 'Tafel Forbes, Sara Kay Ford,
Elitiabeth Foster, Ralph Grandio Grandiost
st Grandiost Anne Franklin Gene Faun Faun,
, Faun, beimi Betty Friesse, Becky Ffill Ffillsel,
sel, Ffillsel, Roy Gandy, Martha Gibbons,
ow Ralph Glazer, Donna Grady Be Beverly
verly Beverly Gramlich Bruce Hand
' Lottie Handy Ann Haskell, Bean Bean,
, Bean, nine nebert Nancy, Helgel, Flat.
ne Herring, Grady Heaters, Mary
Hicks, Frances limek, Lacy Hink.
le Tomas Ho, Teddie Bobbie, Dia Diana
na Diana Hoenke, Carolyn,,,,Holderson,
ig &Ott Holtslandert George Horan,
'7 Judy Az, Chglatine Huff, Margie
4 Hurtado, Jay' Jackson, James
,, ,Johnsou Larry Jordan, Yuko
Kawakuri, Mike Kelly, Glenda
'Kent, Carlos Kiamco, Mary Lee
Kincaid, Jaclyn King, Reba Kirk,
Carl Lam, Peter Leech, Niomi
Litvin, Louis Lombane, Karen
Lytle, Janice,Malone, Bart Mab Mabry,
ry, Mabry, April ,McGuire, ?at McGuire,
Sandra McKay. Haydee Meggers
Dale Melin,'Heydee Mendez, Dan
Michael, Etta Miller, Jane Mil.
ler laded 4131,teti Martha 'Mil
ler, Jerry Moore,Tharlene Mo.
rency, Sandra Morency, Paul Mor
gen, Pegy Morgan, Eileen Mot.
ris, Manuelita Moses,, Ford Mos Mosly
ly Mosly ,Shirley Murphy, Carolyn Mus Musselmin,
selmin, Musselmin, Nahmadi, Gary
Claire' 'Donnell ',Myraa Orr,.
Douglas Pajak, Joan Payne, Joe
Persinger, Perez, Sharon
Phelan, Edith Puree, Mime Pier.
ce, Linda Poole, Thelma Pruit,
John Reade, Frank Reichert,
Silly Reichert,,Judy Retinger,
Mary Ridge, Ruti Roper, Pat
Rose, Joseph Salterio Alan Scott,
Jana Senn Lille Stimulate, Douk,
las Sikorski, Linde Sikorski, He
len Sims, Jonnie Singer, Marilyn
Smith, Robert Smith, Solomon
Smith, Jon Snodgrass, Bety Stiles
Shery South, SherrY, NancySwen
da Tapia, Pat Tate, .Shirley
men,Layoe Thompson, Gloria To.
ledanO, Sydney Townsend Geroge
Trail, Dona Trasavage, cry
Turner, Peggy Vae, Flora Vales;
Juan Vecchione, Jamie Ward, Ma.
rilyn Ward, Marjorie Watson, Nai Naida
da Naida Watson, Sandra Watkins. Emi,
ly Weber, Sarah Whitener, James
Wilion, Olivia Winstead, John
Wile, Tony omble, Sheila Wooten
Outdeer Training Course
Planned For Scout Leaders
A couse in outdoor training for
Girl Scout leaders will begin the
mornine of May 12 at the Balboa
Little House. Instructor will be
Miss Iola Arnold, executive di director
rector director of the Canal Zone Girl
Sessions will last from 8:30 to
11:30 a.m. The first two meetings
are set for May 13 apd la, and
dates for two eller sesaions will
be decided upon st the first meet meeting.
ing. meeting. Any adults interested in Girl
Scouting are eligible to take the
course, and should file aoplica aoplications
tions aoplications at once. Application blankt
end further Inform:14qm ghould
be obtained from Mra. Rosemerv
Galiber, traireng chairman. Pa PanatIll
natIll PanatIll 8-3010: Mrs. C. V. Toraten Toratenmon,
mon, Toratenmon, Margarita 805: or with the
Olrl Sc Out Office. Balboa 1350.
SENTRMCS SIX MOMS
,LONDON (VPI)An Iraqi court
has sentOnced six officers to death
for taking part in the abortive re revol
vol revol tat Mind, Iraq, last March,
radii" laghdad ,Iaid, Tridey.
Body Of Negro Found In River
After Capture By Lynch Mob
11011.p. Mg Omill
BOGALUSE, La., May 5(11
PI)---The body of Mack Charles
Parker, 23-year-old Mississippi
negro kidnapped by a white mob
from hie jail cell, was found float floating
ing floating in the Pearl River near here
The results of an autopsy on
the body were ,to be made pu public
blic public today at 1 p.m. at Poplar Poplar4oille,
4oille, Poplar4oille, Miss., where Parker was ab abducted
ducted abducted by a hooded lynch mob of
nine or ten white men APril 25
from the Pearl River County
Pakerie bodlyydecomposed body
was scheduled to be transferred
from the ChstitY Hospital here
early today to Hall's mortuary at
The victim'a mother of Lumber Lumberton,
ton, Lumberton, Miss. left yesterday by bus
en route to Merced, Calif. to vi visit
sit visit tier sister, according to Wil WilHam
Ham WilHam Bailey, a negro friend of
Parker's family. She lett Boga lu luxe
xe luxe before learning that ber son's
yody had been found.
Parker was awaiting trial at
Poplarville on charges he rapedii
23-year-old white mother Feb. 24
wilds her four-year-old, daughter
looked on The alleged assault ocvurred'tnear-
the rape victirrea ear bad stalled.
The attack was made Adger the
111 Je Ileter Robbgd,.
Shot b Abduclion
On 4ind Street
NEW YORK (1.71)--Two gun gunmen
men gunmen kidnaped a jewelry salesman
on a 42nd Street curbstone todaY,
put a bullet, through his shoul shoulder
der shoulder and robbed him of an estimate
ed 5250,000 worth of gems before
shoving him out of their car.
The salesman, Julius Furst, 48,
wag not seriously hurt although
the small caliber bullet went clear
through his right shoulder.
The two holdup men escaped.
Furst, whose customers include
many illustrious names in the
theatrical world, said be left his
Park Avenue home at 11:10
today and caught a taxicab to
42nd Street and 10th Avenue.
He said he was standing on the
curb waiting a chance to cross the
street when a car pulled up. 'The
man opposite the driver Pointed
a gun at Furst and said, "Get in.'
With the pistol pointed at him,
Furst got into the rear seat of
the car. He said the radio of the
holdup car was playing loudly to
drown out any noise. no man
with the gun got into the back
seat with Furst.
When they reached 25th St, be between
tween between fith and 10th avenues, Furst
suddenly tried to jump from the
car, The gunman grabbed him and
in the struggle fired so close- to
Furst that the shot left powder
burns on the salesman's shoulder.
'rhe gunman then took the tan
attache case in which Furst had
the gems and shoved the sales salesman
man salesman to the pavement .The auto
roared of? and the stunned and
bleeding Furst stagered toa tele telephone
phone telephone to call police.
MAY TO CONFER
PARIS (UPI)--French Finance
Minister Antoin Pinay will fly to
Washington May 18 to confer with
U.S. officials and bankers on
France's economic recovery pro program,
gram, program, it was announced today.
woman's husband left the vehicle
at a garage.
Parker's body was discovered
yesterday when an ABI agent and
a Mississippi state trooper spotted
the victim's head protruding a ahive
hive ahive thick underbrush and wood
in the swamp country river.
The body was recovered six
hours later atter a Washington Washingtonet.
et. Washingtonet. Tammany Parish (County) La.
coroner's jury was convened at
The body reportedly was muti mutilated
lated mutilated in the face and bead. But
authorities said the damage to
the akin may have been coused bY
wood and flotsam striking the
body in the water. The bleached
body,caused by an amparent long
period of the time submerged in
the 40-yard wide river, was
clothed only In undershorts and
an under shirt.
When Parket Was !matched
from his vas 61Yearint a
pair of 'trousers in addition to his
to the American Legion
on its 40th Anniversary
No Via Es
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TALLHASSEE, Fla., May 5 --
CUPI)--- Hundreds of studenta at
Florida A and 51 Negro universi university
ty university planned to return to class to today
day today after attracting nationwide
attention. to the rape of a negro
coed by four white youths.'
Student president Clifford Tay Taylor
lor Taylor announced late yesterday that
the classroom strilce would end
today but said the demonstration
"is far from being over."
Meantime, circuit judge W. May
Walker has ordered the Leon
County grand jury back into ses session
sion session to consider ebarges against
the four young white men, aged
16 to 24, who admitted raping the
Walker called the jury to meet
at 10 a.m. Wednesday upon a re request
quest request by State atty. W. D. Hop Hopkins.
kins. Hopkins. Earlier, the judge had in in(bested
(bested in(bested he would hold the case un until
til until a new grand jury meets June
The negro students, classmais
of the rape victim, staged a day daylong
long daylong "passive resistance" class classroom
room classroom walkout yesterday to crama
tize the case. They sang hymns
and spirituals, prayed, and listen listened
ed listened to speeches outside on the qua quadrangle.
drangle. quadrangle. The Florida Legislature, now in
session, took no official stand on
the ease. But House Speaker Tom
Beasley, who already has intro introduced
duced introduced a bill this session to repeal
capital punishment in Florida, said
he felt they should get "the same
REMEMBER MOTHER ON HER DAY
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mmishment se anybody else foe
duing that kind of thing."
One leader of segregation forces
in the state Senate, who asked
that his name not he used, said:
"They ought to be tarred and fea feathered.
thered. feathered. I ime they get the
The four white youths were i identified
dentified identified as 011ie Stoutamire, le;
David Beagles, 18; Pat Scar Scarborough,
borough, Scarborough, 20, and William Ted Col Collingsworth,
lingsworth, Collingsworth, 24, a telephone eels eelspay
pay eelspay lineman and the only ono of
list four who is married. The she.
rff and a special investigator said
they all admitted abductine the
12-year yid Florida A and M
early Saturday, forcing her in.)
their car and raping her.
Members of tha A. and 11 staff
of the college, which has 2,700 stu.
dents, issued a joint statement
pledging "full reliance upon law
and the courts to f01101111 this mat matter."
ter." matter." But no one ordered the
striking Negro students back to
class even though college Presi President
dent President Dr. George Gore said that
"today is not a holiday."
Gore called the attack on the
girl "disgraceful and regrettable."
"Everything possible is being
done to protect the girl, secure
a fair trial and see that justice
is done," he said.
The classroom strike appeared
complete although no more than
about one-third of the Student bo body
dy body joined in the prayers, hymns
and speeches. Although Dr. Gols
W. Adjustable Bedframe 2springs
Plastic Rug Protector
Rattan Magazine Rack
Throw Cushions w 4,
3-Po. W. Living Set
Fan Chair (Rattan)
said the ccillege admildstratioit dit
not condone the strike, he pointed
out that sach student b allowed!,
three to five class cuts per ie.
The crowd in tlas quadrangle
ebbed and flowed. At one point it
was estimated by reportare at 110k
All the songs- were letrieUt,
hymn; and spiritualsbut most
students stayed away from neat
rows of chairs set up in the sumty
quadrangle and sat in small groups
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Towels .. 1.10 0.85 0.70
Shower Curtains .' 2.95 1.95 1.25
Cushion Covsrs I 12.50 4.95 2.95
Drapery Fabrics 1.95 1.25 1.00
Terry Cloth 4. .,. 1.15 0.95 0.50
i Set Mahogany Table, 4 Chairs;;;Wiry ... 215.00 150.00 70.00
Scoop aup iiho Ocavgairasit
LAMPS, priced way below cost! from 15ft
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Bo y Of Negro Found In River. woman's husband left the vehicle
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illi names of '32 Balboa' High Kawikuri, Mike Kelly, Glenda , ...- e ---- s 1 ,. .' 11 0
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School 'student; appeared on the Kent, Carlos,,Kiamco, Mary Lee ".,
BOGALUSE, La., May 5.--(11 early today to Hall's mortuary 'et mmany Parish (County) La. 9 ea 0 O'
"A' honor roli awl ,210 students Kincaid, Jaclyn' King, Reba Kirkt S I e gp;
PI)--The body of Mack Charles Hattleabburg, Miss. hi Do to u. t 1 :rr a se
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were on the' "B"'' honor roll it was Carl Lam, Peter Leech, Niomi II a li
Parker, 23year-old MI
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announced this week at the end Litvin, Louis Lombana, Karen
al negro kidnapped by a white mob ton, Miss, left yesterday y u's
b ,b The body reportedly was mud.
thcoorleere'nse.jury was convened at
of the fifth marking period. Lytle, Janice,Malone, Bert M o o10"
Of the' 32 -"A". honor student', rY, April McQuires ?at McGuire, from hie jail cell, was found float- en route to Merced, Calif, to vi- lated in the face and head. But
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one tvia a lefilor, 10 were juillors, Sandra McKett Haydee MegDgers log in the l!earl Riyer near here sit her sister, according to WU- authorities said the da'mage to -wees
4 six were sophomores, and 15 were Dale Malin,'Ilaydee Mendez, all 14a. OU '' filla0 -170cocol
,, miehaal Etta Miller, Jane Mi liam Bailey, a negro friend of the skin may have besetnrickotougsedtbhYo
The results of an autopsy' on Parker's family. She left Bogalii- wood .and. flotsam
freehmen,!t .;-,-''''',,,it''414 s; ',,,',.,:' v.,2 '0,-.4 tI, ler, Mit'll04 littitarqArtha Mil the trndY
were, to be made pu- se before learning that 'her son's body in the water. The bleached
blie today et ,11, p.m. at Poplar- yody, had ,been fowl& body caused by an amparent long ..
. Th names ii the 'inwents ail' ler, Jerry Moore,T arlene Mo- ,,
. peering on the "A" and "lr boil.- rency, Sandra Moreney, turo, Ville, Miss., where Parker was ab- Parker was awaiting trial at period' of the drat sunmergedwatos
, or rolls this month follow: gen, PegY ducted by a hooded lynch mob of Poplarville 'on charges. he raped-4 the 4
nine or ten white men APril 23 23- 0-yard wide river,
, Morgan, EllePeanta m-07.
, -,' '- '' i 's , ris, Manuelita Moses, Ford Mos- in furniture-home 'furnishingswhouseviares
. . .,, Ao,f HONOR' ROLL, . .. from the Pearl River County hirt. ,t
year,old white mother Feb, 24 clothed 0111Y in 'undershorts and
winle ber, four-year-old daughter an wider s --A '''. t :', t .,,t, 1 '
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couribowie Mincouribowie jail.. ... it t Was snatched 4,-, '',
', looked on. The alleged isaault
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L '' ria; Harold Barnes, Barbara Bart. claire., 'Donnell. ',Myrna ,Oranr, was scheduled to be transferred the rape victinin ear bad'S'ialled. oats.' Of iroiners in addition to his
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Lawson. Carol Lund, James Mar. ,Mary Ridge, Ruti- Roper, Pat
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VanLoon, Malcolm Wheeler, Re' Smith, Robert Smith, Solomon ' Before Then ?
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lawn, Curtis,: Fitzgerald, mary biedecitled upon at the first meet.
Fitzgerald, Judy .5."' 1 e n i k e ii, ""
Any adults interested in Girl ... itie 'yowl ()Aga!
it, 'Tafel Forbea, Sara Key Ford,
Elitiabeth Foster, Ralph Grandio- Scouting are eligible to take the ,,
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SENTSNCI SIX OPICIIRS '. ,2 et thee. lets will ba given awaT On Satur-
ne Noenke, -Carolyn ,,,,Holderson, -LONDON, (tIP1)--An Iraqi court da ball. which'. is being heM in honor of the
No .1 Vie Enna'
' Scott.,'Holtalander, George Horan, ins sentonced six officers to deateh .., DRIVE UP.cw WE'LL PARK YOUR CAR!
Arml ed Tonne of the U.S. at ths American
'A, 4111dY AO; Chiistine, Huff. Margie for takintpart in the abortive r t Legion Club located in Tort Amadora ,, Tel. ,11-03113 Mr. Comfy I
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1 .. TALLIIASSEE, Fla., May 5 punishment es anybody else for said tho celleg administration did,' '
11,1, - ., , -. 4,. ,.. ) -t - men kidnaFea a Jewell"' salelm." (VPI)--- Hundreds et students at duing that kind of thing." not condone thee strike, he pointed T
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... Florida A and M Negro universi- One leader of segregation forces out that sach student is ellowee :''
;ai ttrethi..et ocuugrbhstonbille
a ty planned to return to class to- in the state Senate, who asked three to five class cuts per ee,
, '.1.!'',t'S i ''.H '.,,,,-,:- ,i: :i der and robbed him et as otatin111' day after attracting nationwide that Ms name not be used, said: mester.
, 'km.'"eerleeri '''':1 .: -' ''- ''s----',-111- ;flute a4211bdul?e
, ,'- 1 '., f: i', - :r.,i ed 2250,000 worth of gems before attention. to the rape of a negro "They ought to be tarred and fee- The crowd in the iluidrugle'-', II
--4' -" '' f -"' ;-s-' -,4: 4'4 i',-'", '1 shoving him out of their car.
''''' coed b four white youths.' thered. I hope they get the else- ebbed and flowed. At ono point it
'4- 1....z ". ,1, - . 4 !Ifiti .,4.. t.,-f: .. -- ,... 4.t 4 The salesman, Julius Furst, 01; Student president Clifford Tay- tric chair.'r was attracted by reportan at Pet,'
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t t ''.... ' i 1 ; ' :S. :""' 1' ' ; ' throu h his right shoulder. today but ai the demonott ti n David I Bea les, is' Pat Scar- students atiyed awe kora neat i
41 4'2: '..1.'lg'' ::::':. -'''' ';'43''' ..' 1 '',. :: :' 'i '" ''' 1 ,e1 4 ' nog two holdup men : escird "is fpr frosmd being over." a ci borough: 20, agnd Willi'am Ted Col- rows of chairs set upYin the sumty
, .,, ''','' .'"-,,'"'-''...'' ''''" ''',' 1 ;': .-,',. ,, .-,,- r Furst, whose cuotomers Pl 1101, Meantime, circuit judge W. May lingsworth, 24, a telephone eat- quadrangle and sat in small groups .' !'
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ell- 0-'n the lAltosa24r.00yho. tdmitted raping the elgegarsueltdurFdleoyridterAdhagn her in.)
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their car and raping her. See Hathaway',
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k ,' ',., :1. 3 1 man opposite the driver pointed
--; at 10 a.m. Wednesday upon a re. Members of the A. and 11 staff .
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, .,,,-,,, ,, ,., .,,, With the pistol pointed at mi kin'. Earlier, the judge had in- dents, issued a joint statement
'';.0t ', ,', '0, t'- '-i:' ,,,,,- ''' L. 1 Furst got into the rear seat o cheated he would hold the case ult. pledging "full reliance upon law
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, the car. He said the radio of the til a new grand jury meets June and the courts to TS1101111 thia mat.
, fr ',,., .,,,..,,-,: -A,.,- ----- I holdup car was playing loudly to 1. ter." But no one ordered the ,
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4 :4, i s. c :, --;',,ei:z' i 4:i ,c,,,,, 1 f seat with Furst. long "passive resistance" class- dent Dr. George Gore said that ,.--.' -. ;
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tween between iith and 10th avenues, Furst room walkout yesterday to creme "today is not a holiday."
. tize the case. They sang hymns Gore called the attack on the in the world's finest '',.'';'
:-::''', ,'': 'i .1 '.- i1;-, ,'',--2,',,,' !- suddenly tried to jump from the and spirituals, prayed, and listen- girl "disgraceful and regrettable." ,
fabrics from the four :
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':::',,,':;; '4.'"'"''-,..-i, in the struggle fired so close- to drangle. done to protect the girl, secure comers of die sitorld. -i
,T, ,, ,,;111,,,,',',.;,,,-- ,, i Furst that the shot left Powder The Florida Legislature, now in a fair trial and see that juotice
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'rhe ItinMan then took the tan the case. But Housb Speaker Tom The classroom strike apPeared i
attache case in which Furst had
. Beasley, who already has intro- complete although no more than
4 r.';', ,,,, , .4 ,., the gems and shoved the IMP duced a bill this session to repeal about onethird of the Student bo-
....,,,,,,..:;. i:" 4 :1 A ,'"' Man to the pavement .The auto capital punishment in Florida, said dy joined in the prayers, hymns
i ,',..., roared of? and the stunned and he felt they should get "the same and speeches. Although Dr. Goes ,
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NEW YORK, May 5 (UPI) The Pittsburgh Temple, Cinci. 20 83 17 29 .349
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NEW YORK, May 5 (UPI) The Pittsburgh
Pirates have done an about face with Elroy Face.
Of. to the worst start in the National League
when thcv lost their first five games, the Pirates
have bounced back at a .692 paceand have moved to
withio easy reach of the tighly-bunched league leaders.
And, the "big man" in the come comeback
back comeback has been the little, 155-pound
relief ace from Stephentown, N.Y.,
who has scored three of the Pi Pirates'
rates' Pirates' nine wins, saved another
game and has a 193 earned run
average for seven appearances to totaling
taling totaling 14 innings this season.
Face cleaned up in tidy fashion
again last night when the Pirates
'shaded the Chicago Cubs, 2-1, and
thus moved into fifth place only
two games behind the first-place
San Francisco Giants. The victory
was the Pirates' third straight,
their fourth in five games and
their ninth in 13 since April 15
when they dropped their fifth con consecutive
secutive consecutive game.
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7:00 "THE WHOLE TRUTH"
GAM Jonathan Kidd Doris Dowling
7:00 "WINK OF AN EYE"
MARGARITA, Frank Sinatra Rita Hayworth
7:00 "PAL JOEY" In Color (Repeat)
PARAISO Double Program
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During tho same three-weak
period since April 15, the Giants
show an 8-7 record, the Los An Angeles
geles Angeles Dodgers an 11-7 marli, the
Milwaukee Bravos a 7-7 slate and
the Cincinnati Rods an 8-8 pace.
The in-again-out-again Giants
went back into first place by nine
percentage points last night
with a 6-5 win over the Reds while
the Dodgers went into second
place with a 5-3 victory over the
Braves in the other National
League activity. The Boston Red
Sox beat the Kansas City Athle Athletics,
tics, Athletics, 8-4, in the only American
The Pirates, whose last four vic victories
tories victories have been by one-run mar margins,
gins, margins, scored both their runs in the
eighth inning after being limited to
three hits by Bob Anderson.
Dick Groat started the rally with
a double and scored the tying run
on pinch-hitter Rocky Nelson's sin single.
gle. single. A walk moved pinch-runner
Dick Schoefield into scoring posi position
tion position and then Roberto Clemente
came through with the, game-winning
Face shut out the Cubs in the
ninth inning to preserve big Ron
Kline's second triumph of the year.
Kline yielded only four hits in
eight innings and retired 14
straight batters during one stretch.
The Dodgers maintained their
mastery over all-time great south southpaw
paw southpaw Warren Spahn as Gil Hodges
connected for two homers. a dou double
ble double and a single and Don Demeter
hit his seventh homer. Johnny Po Podres,
dres, Podres, aided by Art Fowler in the
ninth, gained his third win despite
homers by Ed Mathews and Joe
Adcock. Spahn, who was trying for
the 250th victory of his career,
was making one of his rare an anpearances
pearances anpearances against a team that has
had a predominantly right-handed
hitting lineup for years. The Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers 3iave a 36-14 ldvantage over
Spahn during his brilliant career.
The Giants--up to their ninth ninthinning
inning ninthinning heroics againgained a 6-
3 lead with four runs in the final
frame and beat off a Cincinnati
counter-rally in the last of the in inning.
ning. inning. Jimmy Davenport put the Giants
ahead with a three-run, two-out
double and scored the decisive run
when Willie Kirkland followed with
a single. Frank Robinson, Pete
Whisenant and Frank
homered for the Reds, while Feli Felipe
pe Felipe Alou and Orlando Cepeda con connected
nected connected for San Francisco.
Jackie Jensen drove in two runs
with his fifth homer and Dick Ger Gernert
nert Gernert knocked in three runs o with
two doubles and two singles to help
Boston's Don Monbouquette win his
first game. Monbouquette shut out
the Athletics with one hit from the
second inning through the seventh
but needed help from Murray Wall
in the eighth.
(Basod on SO official at bats)
G AB R H Pct.
Aaron, Mil. 18 76 18,17 .487
Bruton, Mil. 14 53 12 21 .396
Burgess, Pitts. 17 53 6 21 ..396
Moon, L.A. 19 64 15 24 .375
Pinson, Cinci. 20 83 20 31 .373
Temple, Cinci. 20 83 17 29 .349
Post, Phila. 16 64 10 22 .344
Alou, S.F. 18 73 10 25 .342
Banks, Chicago 21 80 12 27 .338
Demeter, L.A. 20 79 18 26 .329
Fox, Chicago 19
Kuenn, Detroit 15
Power. Cleve. 18
Ka. line, Detroit 19
Strickland, Cle. 18
Bridges, Detroit 19
Tasby, Bald. 19
Runnels, Bos 17
Maris, K. City 20
Colavito, Cleve. 18
Runs Batted In
Demeter, Dodgers 24
Banks, Cubs 24
Robinson, Reds 24
Pinson, Reds 23
Aaron, Braves 20
Triandos, Orioles 19
Killebrew Senators 18
Cerv, Athletics 17
Skowron, Yankees 17
Lemon, Senators 17
Aaron, Braves 8
Demeter, Dodgers 7
Banks, Cubs 6
Robinson, Reds 6
Lynch, Reds 6
Cepeda, Giants 6
Colavito, Indians A
Yost, Tigers 6
(6 tied with 5)
l(Based on 2 or more decisions)
Burdette, Braves 5 0
Klippstein, Dodgers 3 0
Face, Pirates 3 0
Haddix, Pirates 2 0
Sanford, Giants 4 1
De lock, Red Sox 3 0
McLish, Indians 3 0
Wilhelm, Orioles 3 0
Fischer, Senators 2 0
Pappasi Orioles 2 0
Larsen, Yankees 2 0
Alberto Loney Cops
Tennis Singles Title
Albert Loney of the Atlantic
side Sunday captured the Pacific
Side singles tennis title by virtue
of a 6-4, 10-8 triumph over the
sturdy and stubborn Richard Pin Pincus.
cus. Pincus. The pair won a tremendous ova ovation
tion ovation from the large gathering that
turned out at the National Olym Olympic
pic Olympic Courts for the finale of a color colorful
ful colorful tourney which features an ar array
ray array of the country's topflight rac racquet
quet racquet wielders. Those present were
trated to a rare display of the
best tennis techniques.
Loney and Pincus took the court
at 9:20 in the morning. None of
the two wnet any distance from
the other in the initial set which
reached a 4-all stage before Lo Loney,
ney, Loney, after many deuces. was able
to squeeze two consecutive games
to take the set.
He smashed past Pincus with
some beauties at the outset in
the second set, taking a 2-0 ad advantage,
vantage, advantage, and appeared as if he
were on his way to an easy vic victory,
tory, victory, only to be stopped cold when
the crafty Pincus turned the
tables, registering four consecutive
games for a 4-2 lead. But other
things happened during the hectic
struggle that required every trick
in the boolc as they boys match matched
ed matched strokes that sent them to every
corner of the court for the point
that could be the decisive factor.
The real test of wits and stami stamina
na stamina played its part from 4-all in
the second outing rikht down the
stages Into 10-8.
Among the large turnout of spec.
tators was the director of Physical
Education and Recreation, Gil Ga Garrido.
rrido. Garrido. who congratulated the
players for their courage and
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BIG LIFT The Boston Red Sox felt much better when Ted
Williams started warming up. The greatest of present-day
hitters was sidelined at the start by a pinched neck nerve.
INDIANAPOLIS, May 2.--Tbis always be an England, but if he
ing a tune up it was to be ex- had to take any more of this, how
cted that the musically proper much of London would there be,
oyd Patterson would use 'Brain left?
nclon's spacious midriff as Once Patterson settled on his
bass drum. A left to the head mode of attack he never deviated,
is the immediate cause of the and one round was as mucn a akockout
kockout akockout but loud tpomeg like in character as another with
)ws to the body set it tip. the champion alternating between
From the start Patterson, light belly and head, and while he
and sharper than at any time started uncommonly fast, he
Lee the Archie Moor. fight didn't take charge until the
ien he took over the vacated eighth. A bull's eye right to the
championship, slashed away in- jaw staggered the Britisher, but
striously at the Britisher's mid- the rouna was almost over and
!, forcing him, by degrees to he managed to wiggle off the
ver his guard, two gloved hands hook, a prodigieus performance
which be futilely tried to con- in itself, considering the 208
a verylprominento tempting pounds he carried.
being a tune up it waa to be ex expected
pected expected that the musically proper
Floyd Patterson would use 'Brian
London's spacious midriff as
a bass drum. A left to the head
was the immediate cause of the
knockout but loud tpomeg
blows to the body set it up.
From the start Patterson, light
er and sharper than at any 'time
since the Archie Moore, fight
when he took over the vacated
championship, slashed away in industriously
dustriously industriously at the Britisher's mid middle,
dle, middle, forcing him, by degrees to
lower his guard, two gloved hands
in which be futilely tried to con conceal,
ceal, conceal, a very prominento tempting
And though he was spotting the
beefy bruiser nearly 26 pounds,
it was inevitable that sooner or
later he had to make his point. It
was inevitable. because there was
no thunder to the visitor's of offense,
fense, offense, an awkwardly labored right
and pawing left jab.
By the sixth round London's
chalk-white pelt had turned to
sun-set crimson, and where earli earlier
er earlier he had taken th young
champion's best shots without
visible distress now hi was turn turning
ing turning and twisting to soften the
force or escape altogether if pos possible.
sible. possible. The bounce had gone out of
his heavy legs and he was begin beginning
ning beginning to hold.
Tne old line heavyweitht ad addicts,
dicts, addicts, curiosity seekers and civic civicminded
minded civicminded locals who partially filled
the Coliseum at the Fairground,
not knowing the round was al.
most over beheved they were
witnessing the end in the 10th.
London, under steady, blistering
fire, dropped to Ong knee.
At this particular stage he had
not been hit, and the stirface evi evidence
dence evidence was that he had gone as
far as he wished. In short that
he intended to resign, a practice
not looked upon with utter loath loathing
ing loathing in Britisn rings. But at he
count of five the bell rang, and
London trudged wearily and un unhappily
happily unhappily to his corner.
The llth was less than a mi minute
nute minute old when Frank Sikora, an
imported referee from Chicago,
counted him out as he lay on one
side, puffing like a winded whale,
his battered head cushioned in
his arms. A traight left to the
chin following a two-handed vol volley
ley volley to the ribs, caught him in
backward flight and sent him
There had been cheers for
when he entered the ring. A
standing ovation less. And as
the 10-1 tmderdog shook off Pat Patterson's
terson's Patterson's swift keen-bladed thrusts,
retaliated on his own, advanced
more than he retreated and show showed
ed showed no symptons Avaring sta stamina
mina stamina or spirit, more cheers csnw
rising and breaking like rockets
in a friendly glow of hands-across-the-sea
Boos and Chimra.
But when London dropped on
his bottom and rolled Vonderous
I3,over on his side, the eMOL1011-
al temper of the fans suddenly
changed to harsh- ridicule and
stinging mockery. They had sus suspected
pected suspected he was ready to call it a
night in the preceding round, now
they were certain of it, so they
bood angrily in derisive cadence
as the referee's arm rose and
Actual), -the $00,000 sparribg
partner had lasted longer and
made a more respectable show showing
ing showing than most fans and experts
thought him capable of. If the
fellow didn't give it the com complate
plate complate blood-sweat-and lears treat treatmen,
men, treatmen, he at least stuck to his
guns. such as they were, until no
possible chance of victory re remained.
mained. remained. If he didn't take all tnat
he might have, he took as much
as he felt was sensibly necessary.
It was all right to say there would
Tho Hoosier State.
And so in due course one of the
most incredible promotions
boxing history was bequethed to
a denseless posterity. A promo promotion
tion promotion which saw the chatuplon's
manager almost as active m the
challenger's preparation as in
his own man's; a promotion. in
which battle sites, dates and dum dummy
my dummy fronts were bewlderingly
and endlessly changed; a promo.
tion in which national boxing au authorities
thorities authorities countenanced, if they
did not actually collaborate in
ppen transgressions of their own
by-laws, protective measures and
standards of ethics. It was almost
as ii the Hoosier state wanted to
prove to the world that there is
something in a name after all.
Incidentally, there cannot nave
been a more studiously interest interested
ed interested specctator in the high vaulet;
arena than Ingemar Jlohansgon
of Sweden, the European cham champoin,
poin, champoin, who meets Patterson next.
He followed the action intense intensely
ly intensely from the first blow in the press
section, concentrating his atten attention
tion attention on the champion. Once we
saw him wince shudderingly as
though he felt the blow himself;
when Patterson sank a veno venomous
mous venomous left deep into the Britisher's
The crowd was still in a gene generous
rous generous mood and cheered lustily'
when the handsome Ivy League
model was introduced from the
ring. The Swede had a camera
with him, and snapped the cham champion
pion champion as he sat, then stood stoical stoically
ly stoically awaiting the bell. For the
challenger, all he had was a
brief handshake. With charaete
ristic Swedish thrift, he seemed
to say: "Why waste film on a
guy like him."
SIMMOt4 TO TRAIN
paw Court Simmons of the Phila.
delphia Phil lies will train at CO
nie Mack Stadium here to work
out the kinks following an arli.
had planned to work out in Flo Florida.
rida. Florida. HARMAN OPTIONED
MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UPI)
The Milwaukee Braves have op optioned
tioned optioned pitcher Bob Harman to
JJouisville of the American Asso Association
ciation Association on a 24-hour recall basis.
Harman, 21, had a 20-10 record
last year with Atlanta of the
RED SETS RECORD
LONDON (UPI)A Tass agen agency
cy agency report from Moscow said Sun Sunday
day Sunday that Russia's Oleg Fedoseyev
has set a new world record for
the hop, step and jump. Fedose
yev is said to have bettered coun countryman
tryman countryman Oleg Ryakhovsdy's re record
cord record when he achieved 167
meters (54 feet, 94 inches).
IIULLENS, W. Va. (11P1)--
Sugar Ray Robinson, the ring's
stormy petrel for nearly 20 years,
was shorn of his world middle middleweight
weight middleweight crown yesterday by the Na National
tional National Boxing Assn. for excessive
delay In defending thk, title.
The NBA action inimediatel
evoked an angry 'retort from 39-
year-old Robinson in New York.
"I don't know what do about
if," he said. "I may retire and
let boxing go to hell. I can't tight
Jim Norris and politics."
Dr. Ward Wylie, a general sur surgeon
geon surgeon of Mullens and President of
the NI3A, announced .,the with withdrawal
drawal withdrawal of championship recogni recognition
tion recognition from Robinson and 'ordered
a fight to determine a new chaim chaimpion.
pion. chaimpion. Decide On Title Bout
Doctor Wylie said the NBA Ex Executive
ecutive Executive Committee had decided
that former champion Carmen
Basilio of Chittenango, N.Y,. and
Gene Fullmer of West Jordan,
Utah, should fight within 60 days
for the vacant crown.
He added, "and the Basitio-1
Fullmer winner will defend with.'
in 90 dap; thereafter against a
challenger selected ,by the NBA
Executive Committee. The chal challenger
lenger challenger might be Spider Webb of
Chicago, now ranked third."
New York State, which is not a
member of the NBA, still recog recognizes
nizes recognizes Robinson as champion be because
cause because of a court order giving him
until May 15 to'sign for a defense
against Basi lio.
Signs Basin and Fu limar
Robinson, one of the greatest
all-around fighters in ring history,
hasn't fought since he won the 160
pound crown for the fifth time
from Basin() in theit return bout
at the Chicago Stadicm, March
At Syracuse, N.Y., promoter
Norman Rothschild said he had
signed Basilio and Fullmer for a
middlewieght title fight at the
Syracuse War Memorial Auditor Auditorium
ium Auditorium "sometime this summer or
He said he would see approval
of the New York Boxing Conimrs Conimrssion
sion Conimrssion as eoon as possible. He will
announce terms at that time.
Dr. Wylie, a weltermieight boxer
at the University:of- West Virgin Virginia
ia Virginia in the 1920's, explained Mon Monday
day Monday that a poll of the NBA's Ex Executive
ecutive Executive Committee on April 24 had
favored withdrawal of recognition
if Robinson failed to sign within
a reasonable tirtie.
"In connection with that poll, it
was recalled that Robinson had
promised a January meeting of
the executive committee at New
York that he would make a de defense
fense defense no later than June,' Dr.
"But since Robinson has done
nothing," he continued, "t h e
executive committee feels he has
merely been giving the boys the
At New York, Sugar Ray was
particularly hot against the Calif California
ornia California commisston, which he
claimed refused te let him defend
against Basilio at Los Angeles un unless
less unless he used a California pro promoter.
moter. promoter. Buffalo Wins 1-5
Over Columbus Jets
NEW YORK, May 5---(UPI)--
The Buffalo Bisons added their bid
for higher ranking in the Interna International
tional International League with a 7-5 victory
over the Columbus Jets last night.
There were no other games
Buffalo moved into a three-way
tie for fourth place with Columbus
and Montreal as the Bisons built
an early lead and then halted the
Earl Hunsinger, with help from
Ken Lehman in the sixth, licked
up his first decision of the year.
Joe Gibbon lost his third for Co Columbus.
lumbus. Columbus. Buffalo scored ;our runs in the
first inning and had a 7-1 lead in
the fifth when Jim McDaniel hit a
three-run homer to narrow the
Pap. The Jets picked up another in
the eighth to close out the scoring.
PHILADELPHIA (NEA) "Un
hierstand you have quite a few
rroblem children," was the greet greet:Ing
:Ing greet:Ing to Eddie Sawyer.
"Yeah, 28 of them,' replied the
Phil lies' skipper, "just like every
Sawyer seemed more concerned
about newly installed field boxes
along the right and left field foul
lines at Crosley Field in Cinci Cincinatl.
natl. Cincinatl. "Some outfielder Is going to get
hurt," he warned. 'Outfielders e
ven have to come to a dead stop
to catch a ball in fair territo territory.'
ry.' territory.' 4 1114
'TODAY ENCANTO -25 -15
' 'Ann'. Kimbell in
"MONSTER FROM TqE
Touch Conners in
"SHAKE RATTLE & ROCK"
'roams W Lk Pct. 611
San Francisco 12 .600 --
Los Angsles 13 9 .591
Milawukee 10 7 .588 Vs
Cincinnati 11 9 .550 1
Pittsburgh, 9 9 .500 2
Chicago , 10 11 .476 212
Philadelphia 1 10 .444 3
St. Louis 5 15 .250 7
San Francisco at Cincinnati (N)
Chicago at Pittsburgh (N)
St. Louis at Philadelphia (N)
Los Angeles 0 Milwaukee (N)
Chicago 000 000 100-1 5 1
Pittsburgh 000 000 02x-2 6 0
Anderson (2-1), Elston and S.
Kline (2-1), Face and Burgess.
Los Angeles 000 101 210-5 8 1
Milwaukee 002 000 010-3 12 0
Podres (3-2), Fowler- and Pigna Pignatano.
tano. Pignatano. Spahn (3-3) and Crandall.
San FrancisFo 010 100 004-6 11 0
Cincinnati 000 210 002-5 10 1
McCormick, G. Jones (1-0),
Worthington, Sanford and Schmidt,
Purkey (3-2), Mabe and Bailey.
By GEORGE SINCLAIR
Sacond Half Standing
ns W Pct. Gb
eceria 10 3 ,.763
nathy 10 3 .763
zen 8 7 .533 3
4 10 .286 612
ririn 3 12 .200 8
T m s
Abernathy .7 Mauriclo 0 ',
Abernathy Uniesport weve hand
ed a 7-0 victory over Mauricio
when the latter team failed to Pre Present
sent Present 9 players for their contest at
This win moves Abernathy into
a tie with Pan Liquid for first
place in the second half race.
For the week ending May 12,
here is the schedule:
May 5Abernathy vs Glud's Ma Mariners
riners Mariners May 6Mauricio vs Cervece Cerveceria.
ria. Cerveceria. May 7Jantzen vs Mauricio.
May 8 Cerveceria vs Aberna Abernathy.
thy. Abernathy. May 10Glud Mariners vs A Abernathy.
bernathy. Abernathy. May 10Cerveceria vs Mauri Mauricio.
cio. Mauricio. Nay 12Cervecria vs Janztzen
(With 7 or more decisional
Player Club W L Er Ave.
L. Hilzinger (A) 13 1 31 .929
R. Lobaugh (P.L.) 8 1 24 .889
A. Aus'mus (A) 8 2 8 .800
C. Simons (J) 8 4 41 .667
Mc N. Lane (P.L.) 11 7 45 .611
E. Morrell (MM.) 4 3 27 .571
C. Carrathini (.1)' 10 10 53 .500
J. Hardin (Amb.) 2 8 70 .200
J. Hobble (KM.) 3 16 118 .158
Home Runs Leaders
G. Tochterman (J) 9
L. Jones (A) 7
L. Hilzinger 7
A. Ausmus (A) 6
R. Nickisher (7) 5
Runs Batted In Leaders
R. Nickisher (J) 35
G. Tochterman (J) 35
L. Hilzinger (A) 30
L. Jones (A) 30
D. (laver (.11 27
J. Skala (M.M.) 20
Albrook Air'llorce Base
At last it hapipened AmeHcan
Supply was removed from first
place and now the league has a
new target. Cerveza Balboa is
the team they are after.
Last week the beermen decided
It was time to dislodge the Sup Suppliers
pliers Suppliers and they proceded to tear
uip Crawford Agencies fir all four
points. As usull, some one hid
to show off. This,time it was Mc McComas
Comas McComas for Los Cerceros with 492
series. Together with' the 481 Ma.
pies cut down by Hernandez, it
was the main reason for ttte de defeat
feat defeat if the Zenith Radio sales,
men. Thist eam was way off and
the best series rolled were those
belonging to L'heureux with .400
and Barnhart with 390.
American Supply dropped 'to
second place when it failed to take
the 4 points from Gulfpride. The
Petroleros were tough all the way
Ind it, wits all they could do to
salvage the 3 points that they did
take. For the Suppliers, anchor anchorman
man anchorman Taylor led the team with a
434. Incidentally, this was tits last
, SC q,I1ES
Teams W ..-Pct.4
Cleveland ; :13 I 472V' -:
Chicago 11 II J79 :1141
Beitimoro 11 1- J70 .;2141:
Kansas City ,6 II J50
Washington 11 10 .524 .414;
Boston , 9 4471 ,414111,
New York 7 12 .360 Ws
Detroit ; 4 IS- .211
New York at Kansas city (N)
Washington at Chicago
Boston at Detroit (N)
Baltimore at Cleveland (N)
' Yesterday's Results
Boston 002 002 022-8 8 7,
Kansas City 300 000 010-4 t
Baumann, Monbouquette (1-0),
Wall 'Ind White.
Tsitouris, Coleman (3), Gormail
(7), Daley (8), Tomanek (9) and
Only tames scheduled.-
skim, Lee Out :
1 J .1
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (UPI)--Kentucky
Derby winner Tomy Lee
will not run in either the Freak Freakness
ness Freakness or the Belmont Stake ,s re re!mining
!mining re!mining jewels in racing's Triple I
Crown, his owner and ,trainer an-
Trainer Frank Childs maid that
after discussions ith owner Fred e
Turner Jr., of Midland, Texan, it
was decided tb ship tbe,colt to ,
the West Coast tonight,Instead of
to Baltimore, Md., tomorrow- for
the May 16 running of, the 815,- :
"Tomy Lee needs rest," said 1.
Childs. "The Derby,. was an ex.
tremely hard race end took a Ipt
out of him.'
The English-born colt won this
85th running of th e Derby 'last.,
Saturday only after a rough and
tough stretch duel with Sword
Dancer, which led to a claim of
foul by jockey Bill Boland. The .1.
claim was not disallowed until
nearly 20 minutes after the race- l
Childs had said previously that NI.
he did not think Tomy Lee would
go in the Belmont in New York--
June 13. He said he thought that'
the mile and a quarter or the rs,
Derby was about as far as Tomy
Lee could go, and the Belmont is
a mile and a half.,,The Preaknesa-
is a mile and 3-16,1-16 less theft!, ,,11
Childs also had said he 'and
Turner wanted to run Tomy Lee
in the Hollywood Derby in Cali California
fornia California late in June.
While racing fans were atill de. ,''
bating the rtmning, of the Derby,
Churchill Downs presidipg stew-..
ard Lincoln. Plaut stated flatly'
that the stewards had clear, head-,
on film shots of every foot Of
race, including the final' turn
where a bumping incident led to
the foul claim, one of the few in'"
Boland claimed that Tomy Lee.
bumned Sword Dancer there on
the turn and again several times timesin
in timesin the stretch drive. '140 1
time Taylor bowled with tte eehool eehoolas
as eehoolas he is returning to the We:,
all wish you a 900 series. Good
luck. The other Supplier with
high series was Michael with. 442.
For the Ot len Danny Taylor roll.;
ed a 423 and Hansel a 404 series. ;t,
Volkswagen was another greedy.
team. They took all 4 from Le.
Mascota. No escuses. La Mascil,n
ta was out to lutigh. Anvway$
Car men with more skill werenni
Burkhalter with 48Ft and Laroaza---
bal w'th 422. For the HaberdashA.,
ers, Hervey managed a 455 and
Creapin a 408.
Marlboro and Mercurio had a
good time. No pressure, no gredde..,,l
olavers on thege teams. They each,'''
tonk 2 points asd were satisfied.. ;
For the smokers. Di Paulo notflid
himsolf with a 440. De La Torre Torreeontrtbuted
eontrtbuted Torreeontrtbuted 331 to the hitt. For"
the Jewelers, Teal Ind the tokam.
with 392 nins and Waldron helped
with a 384 series.
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A ,..tieP'l -Supply
french soccer cup...
pails eanacity crowd
o 60,000 watched Sochaux and
T,e Itavre battle to a 2-2 tie in 4
the French Soccer Cup final. Each
team scored a goal in the 90 min.,
redulation time. then scored
again in 30 minutes extra time.
e game wW be replayed
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t., In the matter of the adoption of Al Alfred
fred Alfred Thomas Chamblee, Jr., and Debra
lam Chamblee, Minors vs. Alfred Thom ThomChamblee,
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,To Alfred Thomas -Chamblee
You are hereby required to appear be before
fore before the United States District Court
for the District of the Canal Zone.
, Balboa Division, at the Courtroom
thereof, in Ancon, Canal Z011e, on the
forenoon of June 26, 1959 at 9 o'clock
In the forenoon of that day. then and
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why Joaeph L. Hummer and Edna J.
Hummer should not proceed with the
hearing of their petition for the adop adoption
tion adoption of the above-namerl minors.
wrrNEss. the HONORABLE Guthrie
Ir Crowe, Judge, United States Disfrict
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, this 27 day of April, 1959.
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To Alfred Thomas Chamblee
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you by publication pursuant to the or order
der order of the HONORABLE Guthrie 1r
Crowe, Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone. dated the 27 day of April. 1959,
and entered and filed in this action in
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States District Court, Balboa Division
on the 27 day of April, 1959.
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en, kitchen, $60.00 per month (dis (discount
count (discount with advanced payments).
Via Porn's, beside Roosevelt
FOR RENT:Furnished apart-.
moot at El Cony. Two bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living room, dining room,
balcony, sarrounding, maid's
room with bathroom, garage, hot
water. Alberto Navarro street
No. 48. Phone 2-2883 or 37
FOR REM'sLiving room. bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, dinette, itchen, apply Apt.
2 Calle Dorian No. 14-21 next
street from 4th July Ave.
FOR RENT:, Furnished two
bedroom apartment, hot water,
all colweniences 43th Street No.
2. Tel. 3-76711,
FOR RENT:---Modern 2 bedroom
apartment rin El Cangreio De Development.
velopment. Development. All screened and hot
water Jnstallation. Further parti.
Wars call telephone Panama 3-
4946, after hours, 3-6737.
FOR RENT:Modern furnished
one bedroem apartment, new fur furniture,
niture, furniture, hot water, balconies, call
3-1789,' Campo Alegre.
FOR RENT:Modern and at attractive
tractive attractive one-bedroom apartments
in new "HISPERIA" Building,
G-I Streit, El Cangrelio,,, with
hot water connections, laiondry
conveniencos, garage, etc. For in information
formation information call Tal. 3-6634.
lagers typist wanted hy,Amer.
kan firm. Good knowledge Eng English.
lish. English. Male, single, under 25.
Write,te P.O. lox 133, Panama
,WANTED: Maid to talto
sharps of hoes, two boys. Must
Dye in. Telephone 3314 Rod Rodman.
man. Rodman. 0
! A NEW LiFEAetrese Diane
Varsi, 21, has ended her star starring
ring starring career by leaving Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood for Bennington, VL
Known as a rebellious "female
Jimmie Dean," she quit the
glamorous acting world beeauze
she thought it was destroy.
Finance Tour New Or
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
, ,on new cart
NO. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All 'Types of Auto Insurance
CHIMP to SHINE SHOES
NEW YORK (UPI) --- To, show
how easy it is to use' their spray sprayon
on sprayon shoe polish, its manufacturers
have 'employed a chimpanzee to
act as a shoe shine "boy". The
boot black is Kokomo Jr.,, a tele television
vision television performer, who has been
signed to appear at a gathering
of shoe store executives Tuesday
and give them free shoe shines.
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FOR INFORMATION CALL 2-0740
,F08 SALL .- 1948 Studebaker
Commandor,', now4,4tiree,... mew
brakes, good' mechanical ion ion&
& ion& skims. Can 116-32971 or 86.
FOB SALL-1955 2 door Ches.
Mot, hydrosnatk, radio, two
tone, excollent condition. Tel.
Balboa 1835 or house 1100-D.
Tavernilla St., Balboa.
FOR SALL-1958 Chevrolet,
-15,000 miles, duty paid. tall 3-
FOR SA1.8: 1955 Perch
Coupe, red 51,995. Cell Navy
FOR SALE:Ford Fair lane V-8
1955 sedan OD transmition;
tinted glass, undercoated, new
tires, one owner. Rreasonable
for cash. 530-11, Curundu, 83-
FOR SALE:-1953 4 door Buick
Special, good tires, Dynatlow,
tutone $400.00. Phone Balboa
FOR SALE: "52" Chevrolet
excellent condition, 4 door. pow power
er power glide, new paint. phone 2-
FOR SALE:-1954 Fiat 1100
perfect condition $1450. Phone
011-354 Ft. Gulick.
FOR SALE:-1956 Ruck Cen Century,
tury, Century, hardtop coupe. Dynaflow,
power steering, radio and heater,
excellent condition, financing
can be arranged. Tel. Navy 3410.
FOR SALE: 1955 Mercury
Monterey, 4 door eedan. Call
TV. Radios. Hi-Fi Transitors
specialist. We service all makes
and models. We don't pretend to
guarantee our work. We guar guarantee
antee guarantee it.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, Tivoli
Ave. 18-20. 9 05.
Having trouble with yeer,4TV,
or Radio? Call U.S. TELE TELEVISION
VISION TELEVISION Customer's satisfaction
Workmanship guarranteed. Fast
Home Service. Phone 3-7607
Panama. 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Protect your home and proper
ty against insect da mag
Prompt acientifit treatment en
emergency or monthly budget
basic, Telephone Pronto Service.
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
United States District Court For The
District of The Canal Zone
In the matter of the adoption of Leo Leonardo
nardo Leonardo Wilson, a minor, vs. Leonard
Carrot. father of the minor, Defendant.
No. 2285, Civil. Citation.
To Leonard Carrot, father of the
You are hereby required to appear
before the United States District Court
for the District of the Canal Zone,
Cristbal Division, at I h e Courtroom
thereof, in Cristbal, Canal Zone, on
the 21st day of July. 1959 at 9 o'clock
in the forenoon of that day, then and
there to show cause, if any you have.
why James Edward Wright, the peti petitioner
tioner petitioner should not proceed with the
hearing of his petition for the adoption
of the above-named minor.
WITNESS, the HONORABLE Guthrie
F. Crowe, 3utige, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, this 30th day of April. 1959.
Sara de la Pei
Clerk of Court
BysDavid M. Jenkins
To Leonard Carrot
The foregoing citation is served upon
you by publication pursuant to the or order
der order of the HONORABLE Guthrie F.
Crowe, Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, dated the 30th day of April, 1930,
and entered and filed in this action in
the office of the Clerk of the United
States District Court Cristbal Division
on the 30th day of April, 1959
Sara de la Petia
Clerk of Court
EYsDavid M. Jenkins
American Life Ins.
For the same basic low NMI
rates charged by the govern government
ment government during W. W.
Phone anytime Panama
KING OPENS FAIR
BRUSSELS, Belgium (UPI)
King Baudouin opened the 32nd
Brussels international Trade Fair
here yesterday Twenty eigth
nations are represented by 4,304
LONDON (UPI) A-- Dr. George
Day yesterday put on record in th
British Medical Journal the hos hosipital
ipital hosipital idea of the t'perfect" pa patient
tient patient t'helnlesc Aim witted
irresponsible.", With tongue in
cheek, Dr. Day said the patient
most welcome 'conforms utterly,
submits to absolute regimentation
and, of course, extides apprecia appreciation
tion appreciation from every Dore."
F011 SALit -,-- 12 cubic feet op.
right freezer 2 years old $325..
00 like. pew. Now 'compressor
autil motoi. Call 3-1813 before
8:00 a.m. or after 5:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: Serval Electric
Wfr r top, $130.00, boys
and girls bikes. $10 oat, lam-
boo couch. Call Balboa 1432
after four or weekends.
FOR SALE:Treasure Detector,
large electric clock, small 60 cr.
cle generator, 30 Winchester
rifle, Double barrel shot gun, 6
volt auto generator, radios. T.V.
sets, small phone amplifiers,
used tubes, parts and speakers.
Phone WoolemsBalbea 2692.
FOR SALE:Lowers for Duplex
House 1578--A. To le- 2-1281.
FOR SALE:--1 typewriter, Royal
14" pica type, rust resistant ex.
cellent condition. 1 clarinet,
ebony, excellent condition wimu
sic stand. 1 RCA phonograph,
cabinet style, wiradio, almost
new Bogen, 20 amplifier, new
diamond needle and new VM
tunable. Excellent buy. 1 almost
new wardrobe suitcase. 1 ladies
suitcase, like new. 1 ever night
bag, very good condition. Call 2-
FOR SALEsOna 21" RCA TN.
Call Balboa 1503.
FOR SALEE:-24 inch boy's IA.
cycle with new tires and tubes.
Ft. Clayton 5-140.
New shipments Rattan basket
aaaaa r chairs and rockers, dining
chairs,,Chinese porcelainware and
thousands of other intriguing
items LUM's 40 Autorow.
FOR SALE:SkM diving equip equipment,
ment, equipment, cornplete, $75.00. 86th
street No. 6, San Francisco.
FOR SALEt--11.7 cubic foot G.
E. upright fr $250.00. 2
years old RCA TN., radio, rec.
ord player, combination S100.
Call Albrook 7297.
FOR SALE:Complete apart apart'
' apart' ment furnishings, double bed
innerspring mattress $40.00, 9 ft.
refrigerator and stove $100.00;
wardrobe, $30.00; chairs, MOO;
typewriter, $;5.00; Italian cera ceramics
mics ceramics cheap; English China 8
Place, $5040; "1955 Morris
Miner 5000 miles. Call 1-3699,
Apt. 1 No. 76, Via Argentina.
FOR SAMDark mahogany bar
with 1 stools. $45. Three speed
Columbia automatie phonograph
Table model $40. Call 2-2131
during hours. 3-5810 after 4t30.
FOR Salt -- Bargain 2-Round
Trip tickets to Lime Peru.
Worth $360.00. Sell for $250.00
FOR SALE: Electric mange!
(ironer); steam iron; wooden
table 39x40; round tables,,metal
base with wo,nden, top: wooden
round table; nest of tables;
magazine rack; heavy work
tables; couch baik (for mag magazines
azines magazines and ornaments); type.
writer desk; student's desk; filo
cabinets; ladder 6 foot; child's
table and two chairs; card tables;
laundry baskets; hoses; sprink sprinkler;
ler; sprinkler; rakes; shovels; imitation
fireplace; ORCHIDS (as a group)
including 100 foot of fencing,
posts, etc. Hudson Commander
6. new tires, mechanically per perfect.
fect. perfect. Stevenson, 161-11 William Williamson
son Williamson Avenue, Gamboa. Phone 6-
FOR SALE:---Elactric kilns 6x6
inches and 15011 inches; Elec Electric
tric Electric Potter's wheel; desirrble
glazes and underglaxas in lots
only; cabinet; bins. STEVENSON,
161-B. Williamson Ave., Gam Gamboa
boa Gamboa 6-317.
FOR SALE: Portal, la battery
radio-phonograph that plays 45"
records, Call Navy 3519, $25.00
FOR SALE:Baby Iguanas. Nur-.
IT. The supply is limited. Mrs.
Hu !lefts. Albrook 7201.
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.L
PHONE BALBOA 3709
The Pacific Steam Haviga lion' Company
(INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1040)
EMT FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
MN. "FLAMENCO" May 14
"SARMIENTO" May 20
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA GUAIRA,
KINGSTON. HAVANA. NASSAU, BERMUDA. SPAIN
B.S. "REINA ,DEL MAR"
(Air-conditioned) 20,225 Tons June 14
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD.H(H.LAND
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
S.S. "AKKREMDYK" May 7
"DU1VENDYK" May 10
, TO UKCONTINENT
E4.8 "LOCH GARTH" May 9
PLOCII GOWAN" May 10
MAL SAILINGS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
Cristobal 8-16545 Panama 3-12578 Balboa 2-1905
FOR SALE: SIMMONS...1
"Hide-a-bad" sofa in olcollon(
condition. Tel. Clayton 6214,, 11
FOR .54641:,We leave, double
'bed, mattress; Hi-Fl raie-records
player; bar with wheels; basket
sofa; child's basket chair; high
chair; crib, mattress, child's
chest of drawers and bathinette.
-Phone Panama 3-0595 34th St
FOR SALE: Upholstered States
chair. Radio-record player. Ca Ca.
. Ca. e-sty le marble-topped table
with 2 chairs benches, lamps,
pillows. ceramics, bed, mattress,
' kitchen utensils. Phone Balboa
1309-043 1 -L Frangipani Street.
FOR SALE: Frigidairo, ft.,
porcelains, inside and out I-year
old. Phone Balboa 1309-03414.
FOR SALE: Gas stove with
Broiler, 212 years old, excellent
condition $75.00; G.E. iron
WOO. Leaving tomorrow. S
FOR SALE:Westinghoute re refrigerator
frigerator refrigerator $65.00. 716-A Freda
FOR SALE:Maelo room
set, 4 wicker chairs, 1 single
bed. Phone Balboa 3497. House
0425-A Vinod Street, Ancod,
FOR SALE:--One bedroom set,
8 pc. S175.00; Double bed with
Itssbber Foam mattress, $85.00;
one dining room set, 885.00.
Call Tel. 3-7990.
FOR SALLFreezer, Hot Point,
11 cu. ft., $150; Maytag wringer
washer $40; Sunbeam mixer
S100, excellent condition, call
Boots & Motors
FOR SALE: -- Coronet hardtop
"Iguana" with Mark 75 motor.
Fully equipped on heavy duty
trailer, $2.50000. May be seen
at pier Plo. 1, Coco Solo. Phone
FOR SALE:-14 ft. deluxe runa runabout,
bout, runabout, CrissCtift boat, Laminated
fiberglass, remote controls, big bigtwin
twin bigtwin 35 h.p. Evinrude, 1958
FOR SALE: Landing barge
LCM6 with 2 gray marine diesel
motors 225 HP hull and motors
in perfect condition. Apply
Blok Agencies. Telephone Pan Panens
ens Panens 3-3397 or 3-7259 or Sal.
Spanish Classes Spanish Clas Classes.
ses. Classes. Every clay except Satur Saturclays
clays Saturclays and Sundays, morning,
afternoon and averting classes.
PinitelliniallNOrth American As Association.
sociation. Association. Peru Avenue No. 66.
Tel. 3-7963 (near Bella Vista
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
United States District Court For The
District of The Canal Zone
Division of Cristtel
Charles McLean Blackman, Plaintiff
vs. Silventon Beatrice Blackman, De Defendant.
fendant. Defendant. Summons Case No. 2281, Civil
Docket 10. Action for Divorce.
To the above-named defendant;
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed in the
above-entitled action within ninety days
after the last publication.
In case of your failure to so appear
and answer, Judgment will be taken
agairuit you by default for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe, Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canai
Zone, this 30th day of April, 1959.
Sara de la Pefia
BysDavid M. Jenkins
To Silventon Beatrice Blackman
The foregoing summons la served up upon
on upon you by publication pursuant to the
order of the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe, Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
dated April 30, 1959, and entered and
filed in this action in the office of the
Clerk of solid United States District
Court for the Di ViSiOrt Of Cr Ldtbal,
April 30, 1953.
de la Pella
BysDavid M. Jenkim
Classified Page closes 11:36
a.m. Mon. to Fri., 11 a.m.
Sat.,' p.m. Sat. for Sun.
Office open S5 weekdays.
FOR SALlt--Lote 500 and 1.000
stater lo the Neese Hie harem
Urbantsatlea across the Romeo
Racetrack. All lets with street
fronts. semi's. water main and
electricity. Call' W. Mc Barnett.
FOR SALE:--Lot 1.066 sonar
meters in the host location of
La Cresta. situated between "V"
Street and now street. For infor information
mation information please call Tel. 2-2170
from 11 cm. to 12 noon and from
2 so.m. to 5 P.m.
FOR SALE:--House in Pueblo
Nuevo, cool, near bus. Only $900
down, $30 monthly. PATTER PATTERSON,
SON, PATTERSON, 3-1114.
FOR SALE:Nico kvol lot,
I Oth St. Rio Abajo for only
$936. PATTERSON, 3-1 I I4.
FOR SALE:--3 bedroom chrqot.
furnished or unfurnished, 2
bathrooms, 2 kitchens, 2 large
living rooms and t rrrrr a 500
sonars meters, Via P r No.
135. Phone 2-2113 or 2-1427,
"La Innovacion", Mr. A. Ba lid.
FOR SALE:Gas stove, Part Partmint
mint Partmint size 4-burnort. oven, good
condition. Balboa 2-3436.
Riff Widens Between
India And Red China
Over Tibet Trouble
NEW DELHI (UPI) Prime
Minister Jawaharlal Nehru today
defended his actilins in the Tibet Tibetan
an Tibetan uprising and said he was
"shocked" at the anti-Indian re remarks
marks remarks made by Communist
"People should not be thin thinskinned,"
skinned," thinskinned," he told Parliament.
"'There might be "far-reaching
But Nehru said the Tibetan sit situation
uation situation will not affect India's pol policy
icy policy of working for admission ofl
Red China to the United Nations.1
As Parliament debated Tibet,
Communist China-made one of its
sharpest attacks yet on Nehru
and Indian policy and accused the
New Delhi government of inter intervening
vening intervening in Chinese internal affairs.
Nehru said for the government
to have taken any stand other
than sympathy with Tibet end the
Dalai Lama would have angered
millions of Indians, and he re regretted
gretted regretted the facts have not been
clearly understood by the Chi Chi,
, Chi, nese.
Nehrti saki the-issue wax deep
and serious and ,"therefore we
must be careful what we saY."
But he said the Indian govern government
ment government was better informed than
the people outside whose informa information
tion information was "based on agepts" at
the Indian border village of Kal Kalimpong.
impong. Kalimpong. Today's Tibetan debate was
called despite vehement op opposition
position opposition by Indian Communists
who said a discussion of Tibet
would be interference in Chinese
Communist internal affairs.
H. N. Kunzru, an independent
and respected member of Parlia Parliament,
ment, Parliament, opened the debate by de declaring
claring declaring anti-Indian remarks made
by the Communist-sponsored Pan Panchen
chen Panchen Lama were surprising and
"do not behoove a person of his
Broadcasts by Peiping today ac accused
cused accused Nehru of distoring facts of
the Tibetan revolution, violating
the "five principles of peaceful
co-existence" reached once by
Nehru and Chou En-lai and of
interfering in Peiping's internal
Hong Kong (UPI) Chimme
fishermen working out of Hong
Kong have decided to ask t h e
British government for protection
from raids by Communist Chinese
The Hong Kong fishing industry
and Commercial General Assn., at
a meeting petitioned the govern government
ment government on behalf of the 100,000 fish fishermen
ermen fishermen who call Hong Kong their
Ng Lam Wal, chairman of the
association, said that armed Com Communist
munist Communist patrol boats have been
"robbing and kidnapping local
fishermen on the sea."
United States District Court For The
Disikict of The Canal Zone
, Cristobal Division
In the matter of the adoption of El Elfreda
freda Elfreda De Imre Clarke, minor, vs. Athe Athelino
lino Athelino Jose Clarke. father of the minor.
Defendant. No. 2282, Civil. Citation.
To Athelino Jos Clarke
'You are hereby required to appear
before the United States District Court
for the District of the Canal Zone,
Cristbal Di 'vision. at t b Courtroom
thereof, in 'Cristbal, Canal Zone. on
the 21st day of July, 1959 at 9 o'clock
in the forenoon of that day, then and
there to show cause, if any you have.
why Gabriel C. Thom, the petitioner
should not proceed with the hearing of
his petition for the adoption of the
WITNESS, the HONORABLE Guthrie
F. Crowe, Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, this 30th day of April, 1959.
Sara de la Pella
Clerk of Court
BysDavid M. Jenkins,
To Athelino Jos Clarke
Alm foregoing citation is served upon
yOu by publication pursuant to the or order
der order of the HONORABLE Guthrie F.
CroWe, Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, dated the 30th day of April, 1959.
and entered find flied in this action in
the office Of the Clerk of the United
States District Court. Cristbal Divi Division
sion Division On the 30th day of April, 1959.
Sara de la Pr'
Clerk of Court
ByaDavid M. Jenkins
By SAM SHULSKY
Q. If you were retiring In three
years as I am, what would you
buy right now to give yourself a
$100 per month income after re retirement
tirement retirement 9
A. You'd need $20,000 to $25,000
worth of good securities yieiding
around five per cent.
That's a pretty high yield, to today,
day, today, but can be obtained from
good grade utilities, retail store
chains, railroads common share
convertible preferred and, in some
cases,' convertible debentures.
In you are going to retire in
three years you'll have to begin
investing now, regardless of the
level of the market. As you now
realize, you should have started
accumulating stocks a long time
ago. Now you'll have to crowd that
$25,000 worth of purchase Into
three years in order to begin
drawing $100 a month in three
years. I'm sending you a list ot
Q. In 1950 I bought TelevislA
and Radar. Have never heard any anything
thing anything on it.
A. Last I heard I s around 65 to
Do you really me n you bought
stock eight years ago and haven't
bothered to check up on it ever
1 8 i IM,P
Q. About a, year ago my brother
bought Honey Dew over, the tele telephone.
phone. telephone. I've never seenAt in the
paper. I hold cash, E bonds, Atche Atcheson,
son, Atcheson, Long Island Lighting, Day Dayton
ton Dayton Rubber and Sperry Rand
A. I can see you're not identical
Honey Dew Is a food then.
Stock is sold over the counter and
is around the $2.75 mark, last I
Q. I am single, with a endow endowment
ment endowment policy I took out three years
ago at 30. Upon maturity at age
65 I have the option of a lump
sum payment (about 220,000) ora
monthly payment for life of about
2100. I also plan to invest in a
mutual fund as go along. Do
you consider the endowment wise
in view of the inflation outlook?
A. What you are doing is con contracting
tracting contracting at age 33 for 2100 a
month of income to begin in 32
years and,' continuing for life.
That's quite a gamble since we
have no way of showing whether
you'll be elite to live like a king on
that 2100 or merely boy a pair of
shoes with it.
The mutual fund will, of course
help offeset the endowment po policy.
licy. policy. How much it will help will
depend, of course, on how much
you put into it.
Though unmarried, you ought
to have insurance protection. But
I would favor a program more di directly
rectly directly at insurance and securi securities
ties securities investment, with the empha emphasis
sis emphasis on the latter.
OUT OF WATERMermaids 1
in Chicago's Loop? But then 1
Pew Griffin, top, and Carol (
Rubin look good in or out of I
water. They were on their way 1
to take part in the city's home
and garden show.
LITTLE ORME, Wales (UPI)--
Steady Aerves saved 15-year-old
John Hughes last night when
he became trapped on a narrow
ledge 200 feet above the seas.
Hughes, who had gone cave ex exploring
ploring exploring with two friends, walked
out on the ledge and found he
could not get back. Ile waited
calmly for two hours while one
of the friends summoned firemen,
who dropped a rope and pulled
Hughes 75 feet up the face of the
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NEW YORK, May 5 (UPI)A-
merican Telephone lost more kuut
a point at the opening on the stock
Me market continued ks uliceilP
tain course with gains stituumbsio 1
ACF Ind 111141
Advocate Asbestos 3201) ,
Alleghany Corp 12
Alumnium Ltd 27 '
Amer Cyanamid 5874
Amer Motors 37
Amer Tel and Tel 547 '
Arkansas Fuel 33.
AVCO Mfg 14
Beth Steel 51
Bettinger Corp VAls
Bicroft Uranium 80b
British Pet 6
Burroughs 40 ,'
Canadian Eagle Ilb
Cerro de Pasco 4,144,
Chicago Great West 501,4k
Cities Service 511
Coastal Caribe 1
Colgate PalmolivS 111
Crown Cork and Seal 32
Cuban Venezuelan Oil
Du Pont 244
El Paso Natural Gas RV
Fairchild Engine 8
Fargo Oil I 1146
Felmont Pet 6W 6WGeneral
General 6WGeneral Dynamic' 58
General Electric 82
General Motors 50
General Plywood 22
Gulf Oil 1134ab
Harsco Steel 41b
Hayden Newport 17,-,,
Imperial Oil 44b
Intl Pet 8719
Martin Co. 16
New Eng Tel and ?el 173b
Northrop Air 39 ''
Olin Mathieson 41
Pan Israel 746,
Pantepee Oil .,
Phillips Pet 51 ,,
Pure Oil 44 -,
Royal Dutch lhell 44
San Jacinto 10141; i'''
Shell Transsi la '
Signal Oil and las Sago N',
, Sinchir Ott 11414
Sperrg Rand 35
Standard OlPfil 12141
Sterling Mreeision 41,4
Superior Oil 107017
Texas Gulf Prods 1014,
tnited Canso 011 1644
US Rubber IS
Westinghouse Elea 1134
Wheeling Steel SS
NEW YORK (UPI) The stoek
market remains in am evellent
teclmical position and this factor
together with the good business out
look shotild provide further Mean.
tive to buyers of securities, says
Van Alstyne, Noel es Co.
General American Transports
tion in 1959 should show an op.,
preciable pickup over 1958 wile
earnings fell to $3.03 a share from
$3.30 in 1957, sccordimg to Rem
olds & Co.
Francis DuPost 8s Co. esti.,
mates earnings of American,
chine & Foundry will rise to, a
record 95 a share in 1959 against ;
$3.19 in 1958.
Hirsch ss Co. looks for earnings
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in 1958 and believes the tiptrend
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Teams W Pct. GB
Fastlich 4 0 1.000 0
Atlantic 2 2 .500 2
Curundu 1 2 .333 212
Armed Forces 0 3 .000 312
Saturday at Jarman Field when
Ness hauled in a fly off the bat of
Drohan for the third out in the sev seventh
enth seventh inning Roy Bettis had pitched
to N. batters without allowing a
Bettis missed a no run-no hit
'game when he momentarily lost
control in the third inning as Dro Drobsn
bsn Drobsn the leld off hatter workPd
foe a wplk, went to second on a
wild nitch and stole third as Davis,
Atlintic third baseman went down
With Drohan on third Dockery
laid down. a perfect sacrifice with
the only play being at first while
Drohan crossed the plate for the
oriv Atlantic side run.
Wainio, Atlantic starter. was re re,
, re, placed by Bath' in the third after
giving up seven runs on six hits.
Bath finished the game on two hits
and two runs.
Fastlich 'scored one in the first
on a single by Huddleston. 8 in the
third o na single b 1,, French, a
double by 'Batman and singles by
Brandon, .Huddliston, sacrifice
fly by Priester, and two in the fifth
on a' single hy Smith, a walk, and
At the conclusion of this 12 game
series a selection committee will
pick 15 of the 48 boys to renresent
the Canal Zone in the all star
games at Hershey, Penna., during
August 16,to 21. Booster tickets are
available to help defray the cost of
the trip to the states and are also
goo4 for all games played prior to
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (11P11The
presiding steward at Churchill
Downs, Lincoln Plaut, said yester yesterdly
dly yesterdly the stewards had clear, head headon
on headon film shots ofevery foot of the
Kentucky Derby Saturday, includ
ing the final turn where a bump.
ing Incident led to one of the few
foul claims in derby history.
Jockey Bill Boland claimed the
winner, Tomy Lee, bumped his
mount, Sword Dancer, on that
turn and several times in the
As a result of the claim, the
Derby results were not declared
official until 17 minutes after the
race was over.
Plaut said, "there is a patrol
camera on top of the stadium
seats at the head of the stretch
which shoots straight into that
turn, and that part of the ,race
was clearly shown on the film
Plaut explained that there are
eight patrol cameras in all at
Churchill Downs, which among
them give head-on views of every
foot of the track with tho excep exception
tion exception of a few feet of the back
stretch where a tree limb blocks
the outside portion of the racing
"We are going to have that
limb removed," he said, "al.
though there are rarely any
horses running out in that part
of the track."
Phut said the head of the firm
which operates the patrol camera
system was here Saturday super
files' Poor St
THE SIGHTSSwedish heavyweight Ingemar Johan&
son and his fiancee, Birgit Lundgren, are shown as they strol strolled
led strolled through the streets of Manhattan. He's slated to meet Floyd
Platecson for the heavyweight title June 25.
Bettis Pitches No-Hitter
As Fastlich Tops Atlantic
SATINA CARRIES YOU SMOOTHLY
THRU THE IRONING HOUR(
tho NO fronlna
old in the little hoz
the team's departure to Hershey.
The Canal Zone is proud of the
record our boys have made. Show
your appreciation by picking up
several of these tickets.
The box score:
Lum, 2b 2
Bath, lb-p 1
Bailowski, e 3
Green. rf 2
Wainio, p-lb 3
Rodriguez, If 3
Drohan. ss-113 2
Davis, 3b-ss 1
Dockery. ef 0
Wilder. 2b 1
Houser, ef 0
French, L., 2b 3
French, W., 3h 3
Bateman, lb 4
Brandon, ss 1
Smith, cf 4
Priester, rf 1
Ness, Jf 3
Bettis, p 3
Marcum. 2b I
Reichart, ss 2
Swim Meet At
Coco Solo May 26
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MB.: Bettis 5, Bath 2, Wainio
S.O.: Bettis .9, Bath 3. Wainio 2.
Off: Bettis 1 run, 0 hits in 7 in innings:
nings: innings: Wainio, 7 runs, 8 hits in 3
innings; Bath. 2 runs, 3 hits in 3
innings. 2b hits: Bateman. Um Umoires:
oires: Umoires: Seigliane, Ness Sr. Scorer:
Steward Says Sword Dancer
Offender In Kentucky Derby
vising the filming of the Derby.
The chief steward said no in inquiry
quiry inquiry was posted until Boland
filed his claim because "t h e
stewards and myself felt that the
second horse was the chief offend offender.
er. offender. Had he (Sword Dancer) won,
we would have taken action im immediately."
mediately." immediately." He said this also was t h e
reason Tomy Lee was allowed to
enter the winner's circle before
the race was declared official
that no foul him was anticipated,
since the winner was adjudged
guiltless, and that the pictures af affirmed
firmed affirmed that opinion.
Coco Solo Swimming Pool will
be closed for recreational swim.
ming on Wednesday May 26, be between
tween between the hours of 1:30 p.m. to
During these hours, the first Inter-scholastic
swimming meet of
the year will take place between
Cristobal High School, Balboa High
School and Junior College.
The public is invited to attend
and cheer on their home teams.
The meet is scheduled to begin
at 2 p.m.
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By HARRY GRAYSON
CHICAGO (NEA) The Yan Yankees'
kees' Yankees' poor start inspired the rest
of the American League like mint
juleps light up visiting horse play playcrs
crs playcrs the week of the Kentueky Der Derby.
by. Derby. Through the. greater part of
a decade, the burly New York
crtiwn rarely gave the have nots
even false hope. Things looked
bleaker than ever at the outset
this spring, so the Bombers stum stumbling
bling stumbling on leaving the gate pried priedcally
cally priedcally gave five clubs delusions of
grandeur. And another, Detroit,
usnally is heard from later.
The sunoosed strength in the
West Chicago, Detroit and Cle Cleveland
veland Cleveland moaned about the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees opening with two cracks each
at the Droved Patsies. Washington
and Baltimore. plus twice playing
Boston while the pain in the neck
kent Ted Williams on the side sideline.
line. sideline. They recalled a veer ago
when the Yankees took first place
on the fourth nlaying deo and ne never
ver never yielded it. After 13 games.
their record was 9-4. after which
they reeled o'f 10 straight which
killed what little chance anybody
else had to make a run for the
So. you can imagine how honned
up the West was when the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees limped in for their first in invasion
vasion invasion below .500 and lieldno their
wounds in the second division. It
didn't figure to last of course. but
You can't blame the fans in Cleve Cleveland.
land. Cleveland. Chicago and Kansas City for
-ninyine themselves while they
'lad a chance.
The Yankees' early din ix The
latest hie, of evidence that su sucerior
cerior sucerior pitching will ston the best
h'tters. As formidehle as they Rre
known to be. the Yankees suffer suffered
ed suffered from basehall's common cold
failure to hit, eenecially with'
men on base. In their first 13
rotting& they left an average of
aleht men stranded.
Tn the last 52 innings befere
1,Ittino the rods Inr Chicago. the
first ston in the West. they scored
only in runs. never twn in an in-1
niny whitey Ford hari to oo all
ont for 14 rounde to nrevail. 1-0
Washincoon. Then the vaunted
Rronx outfit dronned four straioht
hy one run, three to the sornris sornrisOriolas.
Oriolas. sornrisOriolas. who wined them in the
lith end twice in the ninth at
What hurt the Yankees most In
thie lack of early foot was that
their onm nitching wea excellant.
And like any ordinary chill.
when the vankeee bats were till tilled.
ed. tilled. they slioned in the field. They
lost both games of the double doubleheader
header doubleheader with the Oricles in the
field. .0n Andy Carey's three threebase
base threebase error on a bunt and Norm
Sieber felling down in left field
to permit Lennie Green to Itg a
single into an inside-the-park home
The Yankees sorely missed the
steady bat and infield hands of
Gil McDougalfl. pgt out when
the knuckles of Ms right hand
were severelv'bruised by a pitch pitcher
er pitcher ball in Boston. With McDou McDouglad
glad McDouglad confined to the dugout. the
Yankees sent out Bobby Richard Richardson,
son, Richardson, who esn't hit. or JArrv Lumoe
who Plight or Tony Kubek, who
is only fair.
Mickey Mantle, who did not
look good for oulte a spell in 1958,
had only one big flurry prior to
the club's denarture for the West.
That came when he hit two home
runs and a triple at Griffith Sta Stadium,
dium, Stadium, where he always turned in
tane measure jobs.
Mantle struck out 13 times in
13 games and 55 times at bat,
but what is cause for concern is
that The Switcher hasn't looked
good doing it. He reached the
stage where he threw his bat a away
way away after ,fanning with men on
base. Yogi Berra hag yet to find
the range, although Elston Howard
has taken up the slack behind the
But Gil McDouglad has been
the key to the infield since Phil
Rizzuto hung up his tack and
Micky Mantle nrovided the thump
which set the Yankees apart from
Not even a club ax rich in tal talent
ent talent as the Yankees can spot the
others two players like them and
run away from the pack.
FORT WORTH, Tex. (NEA)
Everybody on the Professional
Golfers Association tour is still
talking about Art WalPs perform performance.
ance. performance. WalPs $15,000 wumer's check in
the Masters boosted his overall
take for 1959 to $38,814.02 a record
for this time of the year.
It took Wall more than seven
years to notch four tournament
victories. He won five in the last
nine months. His stroke average
through his first 44 competitive
rounds this year was 69.52. He
leads the money winners by bet better
ter better than a twd-to-one margin,
rates at the top in Ryder Cup,
Top Ten and Vardon Trophy stand standings.
ings. standings. )He owns five current titles
the Rubber City, Eastern Aza Azalea,
lea, Azalea, Bing Crosby and Masters.
Art Wall gives the so called
baseball grio a tremendous recommendantion.
BALTIMORE (NEA)-- There
has never beeen a disqualification
in The Preakness, scheduled for
its 83rd running on May 18.
ith?n!byor h. pains of Gum oni.
GOLF CHAMPS. Rodmants district champion golf team, which swept the 1959 C,ommandant's Cup in
the sport without 'losing a macch, included (from left) LCdr. George Bell, Cdr James Hiegel, QM1
Bill Barker, ''YNC Jack DTC Shelby Albrit ton, Capt. William Franklin and BM3 Frank nil.
BMC Ferri Miller, not. present when picture was ta ken- (Navy Photo by PH3 Bob McComb)
Ail Versatile Southern Has
To Do Is Make Up His Mind
By MURAY OLDIRMAN
AUSTIN, Tex. (NEA) Eddie
Southern, his jug ears taut, waited
impatiently for the pass of the
Running 'anchor led in the 880,
he sub consciously crept a few
steps down Ms station.
Texas teammate Ralph Als Alspaugh
paugh Alspaugh boomed around the curve,
reached out with the stick and
Eddie wasn't there. He lunged a.
gain. Southern managed to grab
the baton. Alspaugh stepped on his
foot in the confusion.
Eddie took three or four strides,
and bis right shoe flew off. He
continued down the lane, one shoe
on, one shoe off, and hit the tape,
sock flapping in the breeze.
Wilbur Evans, standing at the
finish, flipped the button on his
stop watch and whistled-20.8 sec-,
onds for 220 yards. And half bare barefoot
foot barefoot yet.
This was in the Texas Relays
in early April. In Texas, they
weren't surprised. Southern's been
doing incredible things in track
since he set a national scholas scholastic
tic scholastic record of :47.2 in the quarter
mile at Dallas Sunset High.
Outside of Texas, where track
and field is big, hardly anyone'a
ever heard of him. But then, ex excepting
cepting excepting California, track and field
isn't very big in this country out outside
side outside Texas.
) At' the more recent Drake Re Relays
lays Relays in Des Moines, Southern.was
just another guy in the advance
billing, although ,he's already
rated the all-time quarter-miler in
that famous meet.
The trouble with Eddie is that
he iloesn't quite know what he
wants to do. At 18, he was the
voungest man on the 1956 Amer Amerlean
lean Amerlean Olympic team. Running the
400-meter hurdles, he set an Olym
plc record of :50.1 seconds winning
the semi-finals in Melbourne. He
was nosed out in the final by
Glenn Davis of Ohio State.
C R ISTOBAL
Members of the Isthmian Trap Trapshooting
shooting Trapshooting Association, prepping for
the Canal Zone State Shoot to be
held at the Cristobal Gun Club on
May 30 and 31 applauded prize prizewinning
winning prizewinning performances on Sunday
morning, Mya 3, by Bill Cunning Cunningham,
ham, Cunningham, high over-all; H. H. Shack Shacklett,
lett, Shacklett, handicap winner; R. C. Casa Casanova.
nova. Casanova. second-high from 16 yards,
but yielded the silver by virtue of
Cunningham's victory over-all; and
"Doc" Russ NOrrig, best at dou doubles.
bles. doubles. Near perfect weather attended
the shooting, light being good at
all times and the breeze just high
enough to make the game hard.
George Loop tied with Casanova
in second spot over-all, but barely
missed out in the distribution of
Cunningham's 24 in the 16 yard
event also made him the '59 win winner
ner winner of the Cristobal Club's British BritishAmerican
American BritishAmerican Tobacco Co. trophy.
UT H D 0
Bill Cunningham 24 20 111 62
R. C. Casanova 23 20 le 59
Geo. Lopp 20 21 18 59
H. H. Shacklett 20 22 18 5R
Russ Norris 20 17 19 56
Lee Carr 19 21 12 52
"Calle" Jansen 22 12 1$1 52
Art Sutton 17 18 17 52
Walter Johnston 17 18 13 AR
Leslie Logs: 10 12 33
Pete Barr 22 20
Bill Brand! 21
C. A. Hayward 1R
F. Chollar (7) 7
Joe Kueter topped the Skeet
shooters with a Perfeet run. close closepressed
pressed closepressed by Walter Johnston's 24.
J. B. Shields 22
Skeet will be shot next by flood floodlights,
lights, floodlights, commencing at 7:30 p.m.,
Wednesday, May 6.
The Gamboa Gun Club will
hold e "Trap" and "Rod Bird
Shoot tomorrow staring at 4:00
p.m. All "novice" and "pro"
shooter eirdially invited to at.
fond. Refreshments will ID on
hand on a self service basis.
He holds or shares University
of Texas records in 10 events. As
a freshman and sophomore he
ran high and low hurdles and set
school marks. Last year he con concentrated
centrated concentrated on the sprints and was
the best the Longhorns ever had.
Yet ask him, and Milli tell you
he's a quarter-miler by profes profession.
sion. profession. Maybe Davis is why Southern
can't make up his mind. Gleen
has been running the 440 this
spring, and it'a in the record that
Eddie has never beaten the Buck Buckeye
eye Buckeye in a head-on race.
"Ears," which is what he's call called
ed called on the Texas campus, is accus accused
ed accused at home of being temperament temperamental
al temperamental because he runs what he wants
to run. He frequently won't decide
what event suits his whim until
the afternoon of the race.
But once he gets out there he
puts in a day's work. Take his
schedule in Des Moines. On open opening
ing opening day he got out -to the track
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa.
(NEA) Major league scouts who
have been complaining about the
dearth of new talent should take
note of Penn State's double-header
sweep over Ohio State.
Ed Kik la, who pitched Monon Monongahela
gahela Monongahela to a Pennsylvania State
Championship in Little League
comptition in 1952, fashioned an
impressive two-hitter in racking
up the Buckeyes, 8-2.
Tommy Durbin, another form former
er former Little Leaguer from Sharon,
Pa., set down Ohio State with
five hits. He contributed three
hits to his own cause in a 6-1
Kik la and Durbin are sopho sophomore
more sophomore left-hantders.
Stop by and pick up
one of Hathaway's
"the world's coolest
at 1:30 and jogged around to loos loosen
en loosen up, tensing his muscles in quick
bursts to get the feel of sprinting.
At 2:40 -he hit the Was for
the 100-yard, dash. He's donea
9.4 in that. 'At 3:55 he ran the
second leg of the 440 relay and
got in under 10 seconds. At 4:30
he was lined up in the anchor po position
sition position of the half mile relay. At
5 o'clock he was right back to run
the last quarter of the mile relay
in around 46 flat.
The closing ordeal the next day
was the same. Texas, incidental incidentally,,
ly,, incidentally,, won all three relay evnets.
But at 6-2 and a solid 180 pounds.
Eddie Southern is built for work.
So much so that the Chicago Bears
plucked him on the 29th round of
the National Football League
draft. This was immediately after
the Los Angeles Rams had tabbed
decathlon ace Rafer Johnson and
the Detroit Lions had selected
sprinter Dave Sime.
"We," winked Papa Bear
George Halas, "had to get some somebody
body somebody to keep up with them."
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giving up sevel
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and two runs.
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double by 13atp
' i Brandon, .tittdd
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, twn errors.
At the conclu
series a select
, pick 15 of the 4
' the Canal Zone
games at Hers
August 1134o 21
-. available to hel
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goo4 for all gal
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lug Incident iv
foul claims in
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' Derby results
official until 17
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camera on toy
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Keenan, chief foreman exterminator of the Malaria Control
a division of the Surgeon's Office. Keenan was born in the Ca k
nal Zone and has been an employe of the USARCARIS Sur'
geon's Office for more than 20 years. The citation covered till
period from August 1957 to July 31, 1958. Keenan lives at.Cla
runudu Heights with wile and two malt boys.
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GETS AWARDCapt.' James S. Angels, commander of B Batop.
tery, Gut Battallort; 517th Arty., receives an award on be behalf
half behalf of hiS unit rem Brig. Gen. Milton L. Ogden, deputy corn.
mander, USARCARIB, for attaining the higest score daring
the 4th Gun Battalion, annual training test. (US Army Photo)
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WASHINGTON, --(UPI) A
beaming Harry S. Truman was
honored by the National Execut Executive
ive Executive Committee of ,Artivets yester yesterday4it'''4,16an'wW1,
day4it'''4,16an'wW1, yesterday4it'''4,16an'wW1, "personifies
the greatness tlfit ift America."
The veterans organiption also
gave Truman their 'Affec.ionate
congratulationa" ott his approach approaching
ing approaching 75th birthday neltZ: Friday.
They wished him "many more
years of good health and happi happiness.",
ness.", happiness.", The 10-member c o m flee
warmly greeted Truinan at a
morning session, of its national bi biannual
annual biannual meeting., in a resoluion,
it said that allough ,the ea-President
has retired froni public of office
fice office he "has not retired from the
public service to which he has de devoted
voted devoted his lite'
Truman said he would treasure
'he .Amvets citation, addin g:
"YoU'Ve always been exceedingly
good to me."
He praised the World ,AVar II
veterans organization for its work
in encouraging physical' fitness
among the nation's youth.
Truman recalled that he was
"presen' in a certain white jail
a' 1600 Pennsylvania Ave." when
the Amvets received their nation national
al national charter. The address is the
White House and he was the Pre Presidcnt
sidcnt Presidcnt who signed the charter.
The Amvets approved several
resolutions, including one call,ng
tor nalonal "composttre and dig
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nity" in handling the Berlin cris crisis.
is. crisis. But is urged that American
forces "be poised for a test of
arms if any type or any degree."
The Amvets particularly warned
against "throwing verbal brick brickbats"
bats" brickbats" at the Soviets, "knowing
full well that this is precisely what
Russia is attempting to provoke."
The organization also recom recommended
mended recommended that the United States
"assert its unassailible legal po position
sition position by challenging Russia to a
test before the International Court
POPE GIVES AUDIENCE
VATICAN CITY (UPI) Pope
John XXIII yesterday received in
audience about 1,000 m a r rTid
couples of the "Equipes Notre
Dame," a French movement
founded in 1939 to promote the
Christian spirit in families.
The movement now has branch.
es in 14 other nations of Europe,
Africa and the Americas.
Af:er an address of homage by
Canon Caffarel of Paris, !winder
and dirn:or of the movement. the
Pope gave a French langJage
discourse praising the organ:za
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among the nation's youth.
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:,-Durtng 4-Day Visit With Ike
7 WASHINGTON, May 5 (UPI) Sir Winston Churchill east his spell over the White House
today, operating from an imposing four-poster bed in the second floor residential quarters of
Befitting his age of 84 and a long-standing distaste for the earlier hours of the day, the
storughty old warrior from Great Britain let it be known that one of his famous habits had not
'aborted he would not be stirring until,early afternoon.
Sir Winston, jabbing the floor with kis goldheaded cane and wagging his famous "V"
pignal, walked falteringly on the arm of the President int the White House late yesterday to
leen a sentimental visit with his old comrade in arms of World War
.,,,There was a quiet dinner last plauding crowd of about 200 statesman whose mother, Jenny
'Wight with the President and his 'watching him from an 'airport ob- perome, was an American. Eisen Eisen'
' Eisen' A ..... ;rn,itot kilrt,t tot t,; cif Inc
.1y1fo; their son, John, and his
.wifo, Barbara, and Anthony Mon.
:Oyu Browns, Sir Winston's par.
Then the former prime minister
Wbo regarded 3 a.m. as a reason reasonable
able reasonable bedtime during his World War
tlfVirhite House visits. lumbered
Own the hall to the Rose Room
and retired before midnight.
Eisenhower had a busy day
scheduled at the office, but plan planned
ned planned to devote his late afternoon
and evening to his fabulous visitor
whose very presence created an
atmosphere of nostalgia and even
excitement among members of the
Churchill flew in from London on
a( British Overseas Airline jet
Comet yesterday afternoon and
transferred at Idlewild Airport to
President Eisenhower's plane, Co CoIttnibine
Ittnibine CoIttnibine IH.
"ft The 114-year-old stat esman
spent only few minutes in Now
York. No was accompanied by a
Scotland Yard detective and a
'private security agent.
tAs he descended from the jet
tOfiner, Churchill doffed his black
Norftburg and waved it to an ap
Weather Or Not
This weather report for thz
hours ending 8 a. m. todaY
prepared Ire the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of Ulf
Panami Canal Company:
High 87 83
Low 74 75
High 92 95
Low 58 71
(max. mph) NW-16 N-18
AIN (inches) T .71
: (Inner harbors) 79 82
Gatun Lake 83.67
Madden Dam 219.58
r VALSOA TIDES
WEDNESDAY, MAY 6
3:00 am 14.0 ft.
3:11 p.m. 14.9 ft.
-9:05 cm 2.0 ft.
9:29 p.m 1.1 ft.
ard B. Finn, Department of State;
k WS. .1,11U a 41
I pay for week-end work and a long regotiations. 'a Detroit Negro congressman has and William D. Wray, NSA. Hits Hew Snag
LAKE ELEVAVONS: list of other charges in fringe pro- college.
announced he intends to organize dant fOr academic -affairs at the
Gatun Lake 83.67 visions. After these preliminary meet-
a national march on Mississippi
ings are overprobably in a week in a As the culmination of the ten I
Madden Dam 219.58 WASHINGTON, May 5 5sUtaPoIc)o,,
The current three-year agree- or soactual give and take.
"peaceful demonstration" months' course of study of, na- Prince Charles Gels
against racial discrimination tional security policy at the col- 1:
ment in the industry, signed in negotiations will get underway be- to racial integration crurmes1;led still
further 'today with Supreme
r VALBOA TIDES 1956 after a five-week strike, ex- tween four-man bargaining teams lege, the field trips serve to the R
Court reversal of a contempt con conu
u conu 's academic study to its
WEDNESDAY, MAY 6 pires at midnight June 30. A representing labor and manage- Charles C.. Diggs Sr., whose son gro p. oyal Frowns For viction initiated by a Virginia '0
' strike by 500.000 steelworkers is ment. is a Democratic representative, State legislative inquiry into ra,-
e within the Ilk a s a. ;
HIGH a possibility if a new agreement sent a telegrain to Gov. James tees have been form
practical applicatiomd Commit Commitd
d Commitd Deing mischevious cal matters.
Time Ht. has not been reached by that The negotiators will have less P. Coleman, of Mississippi, t t on
, 3:00 cm 14.0 ft. time. than two months to reach a new forming him the march would be specific problems o repor
in. group. and have been assigne
The high court unanimously set
1 1 agreement and avoid the sixth
3:11 p.m 14.9 ft. held on Nov. 11, this year and WINDSOR, England (UPI) aside contempt finding against
A bargaining team representing steel strike of the postwar period.
would concentrate on Vicksburg. after they return to Washington.
los addition to the briefings Prince Charles was in the royal David H. Scull, 43, Annandale,
VOW employes of U.S. Steel Corp. will Diggs explained he selected and official talks they will hear, doghouse today for mischief. Va, printer, who refused to an an1
1 an1 Time Ht. meet with officials of that corn- Prospects of heading off a Vicksburg because "it is the site while in the Canal Zone the The 1,0-year-old future king of swer 31 questions for the now de de.
. de. -9:05 a.m 2.0 ft. pany for the start of 1959 contract strike appeared far from rosy on of a major battle of the bloody groups will be given a reception Britain taxed the patience funet Thomson Committee of the to
". 9:29 p.m 1.1 ft. talks Later officials of Bethelehem the eve of' the contract talks. conflict which brought an end to Tuesday evening by Gaither. of his mother, Queen Elizabeth, Virginia legislature.
Management and labor have slavery, and produced the mighty They will also visit the Panama by almost deluging her with wa-
taken diametncally elapsed osi-
411311111111111111111111111 P union of states that we have to- Canal locks and other activities. ter, almost getting his head Speaking for the Ourt, Justice
bons on the subject of wages and day ,,
CENTRAL I Beginning neither side has shown any incli inclination
nation inclination to retreat.
He selected Armistice Day 'as On the Latin American visit, in caught in a car door, and mak- Hugo L. Black said the committee
addition to Suarez, are Col. John lng a, getaway with his sister chairman, James M. Thomson,
the date, he said, "because it Is L. a detective assigned to did not tell Soll what was wanted gal
' RELEASE! I Tomorrow!
the 'solemn holiday on which our Col!tiGiloirvdaonn 1
Roger Blough, chairman of U.S. UB ApFo g. otr, iup seAxge auct iovi et y; from
watch them. of him or why.
Steel Corp., told his firm's annual na ion salutes the yonng men, Col. Samuel W Horner,, USA, The Queen, like any mother, be- Iti-p-tel Nunn
came irritated, DEBORAH1UL
meeting the steel industry would both black and white, who died faculty: Col. Norman E. Peat- "Scull was therefore not given
1' THE YEAR'S BEST ROMANTIC COMEDY stand firm against any increase that we might move ahead toward field, USA, trip medical officer; Charles arrived with his mother a fair opportunity, at the peril of
our demcratic goal of freedom Lt. Col. Lloyd S. McLain, USA, at the Windsor Great Park to contempt, to determine whether
in wages or prices.
GETTING HERE IS and equal justice for all men." administration and finance. watch a Sunday polo ma'ch fea. he was within his rights in refus- KERR BRYPIERI
"it is my confident hope that National War College students: turing his father, the Duke of Ed- ing to answer... ." the opinion
HALF THE FUN... "We will exert every effort to a,
avoid both," Blough said in em- inburgh. said.
e March on Mississippi will Army: Col. Frank M. Arthur,
the need to stop the in- provide. you with a peaceful dem- Col. John W Dean., Col.
, He clambered over k seat in In another case the court denied
, flationary wage-price spiralHow- on.strati.on of national concern that A. Enemark, Cdol.wThomas W. Ot
ever, he said the industry would Howar William
will bring about the constructive to, Col. their station wagon and started a hearing to three Negro doctors
to wriggle out the front door just who have been trying to get per- 'I the
leave no stone unturned in its ef efforts
forts efforts to reach a mutually accept- amcatino.n demanded by these critical Douglas P. Quandt, Col. Wilbur E.
times Diggs telegraphed Cole- Showalter and Col. Landon A as his !nether closed it. He barely mission to practice at James
t able contract. escaped getting his head caught. Walker Memorial Hospital in
Diggs is s Detroit undertaker Navy: Capt. John L. -Arring.,,,,,t-A
Shortly after the polo match Wilmington, N.C:
and a former state senator. s ar a les spotted a pocket
Mc Donald has said he was t led eh r
"fervently hopeful' of reaching a ton, Capt. Emmett Compton,
ROBERT MORLEY. LONNA!"
of rainwater in a depression on Yesterday's brief order left
. peaceful settlement this year but
c the roof of the I rent while standing a ruling by the fourth KURTOSZWR OAVIDI.KOSSOFF NON WEN,
epdeil s tahnatit
TABORI : 4
added flatly-Steelworkers are en- the Queen wafs wsialfteinrg iouusftsimde.issHede, pUr:eCniroctuictitCouret
mped the roof.
the hosptal la a Private 'enter-
, titled to a's good share of the in- IIHURSDAY-LUNI
Idzapceadscouge aond thu
dustry's fabulous profits.'
, f o the queen. At this point, she therefore not subject te constitu- 'osmium
Blough and other industry lead- ,Rivoll IN THE BIG Ho st, showed signs of annoyance.. "N tional rulings on the integration
era have blamed risin wa es for U hen be took sister Anne. 8, out' question.
. J. Vt. inflation. McDonald tas gsrgued
Abomodel.Mill.1201.00MION;oe. to the field to mingle with the
1 CENTRAL I Beginning
,.. me autemn nouaay On WnICII OUr COL GOrd011 B. Page, USA, taellitY watch them. of him or why.
4glj 1116iirrtil-p4ii, nom I.,
'i's.-, -----...00.wasnaiskammillosousiamoomileffoomm- stRoger Blough, chaltran of U.S. nation salutes the young men, Col. Samuel W. Horner, USA, The Queen, like any mother, be best
st best eel Corp., told his firm's annual
3 meeting the steel industry would tbhoth black and white who died faculty: Col. Norman E. peat- "Scull was therefore not given
,. 7' DEBORAH YUL
' THE YEAR'S BEST ROMANTIC COMEDY stand firm against any increase at we mIght.move ahead toward field, USA, trip niedical officer; Charles arrived with his mother a fair opportunity, at the peril of
our demecratic goal of freedom Lt. Col. Lloyd S. McLain, USA, at the Windsor Great Park to contempt, to determine whether
, in wages or prices.
I GETTING HERE IS arid equal justice for all men." administration and finance. watch a Sunday polo ma'ch fea. he was within his rights in refus- KERR BRYLIElt:
, : HALF THE;IIN,..: ,,,. "We will exert every effort to "It is my confident hope that National War College students: turing his father, the Duke of Ed- ing to answer... ." the opinion
avoid both," Blough said in em. the March on Mississippi will Army: Col. Frank M. Arthur, inburgh. said.
the need to stop the in- William
TOLE LITVAKI :
phasizing provide you with a peaceful dem- Col. John W. DeanihCol.
flationary wage-price spiral. How- W. Ot Otonstration
onstration Otonstration of national concern that A. Enemark, Cdol.w pomnans He clambered over k seat in In another case the court denied PRODUCTION W -41
trite"7".'.. ,, ever, he said the industry would their station wagon and started a hearing to three Negro doctors
, will bring about the constru.c!ive to, Col. Howar a eey., Co J.
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able contract. escaped getting his head caught. Walker Memorial Hospital in Crarilta000
Mc Donald has said he was mDanfigs is a Detroit undertaker Navy: Capt. John L. -Arringand
a former state senator. ton, Capt. Emmett Compton, Shortly after the polo match Wilmington, N.C.
, : started, charles spotted a pocket
. -,,,,, '' ix' .1 "fervently hopeful' of reaching a of rainwater in a depression on Yesterday's brief order left
ROBERT MORLEY. LOAM
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, added flatly-Steelworkers are en- the Queen was sitting outside. He U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that ..i
1,, titled to a's good share of the in- IIIIIURSDAY-LUXII lea e
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le abi kips elont.1 hp ANATOLE LIMO ,'
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t o ul gs n the integration
, ers have blamed rising wages for
USE f', f question.
t -, inflation. McDonald has argued to the field to mingle -with the
1- his union's wage increases were r spectators. .
V .. i .,P.
,- ,, not inflationary and could have i,..'--,14.1 , r,
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rised detective went after 1 our ,, in ri
..i, been absorbed without price in- ""4'-i.r.F 2
s creases. He said the industry ,,,,, ,,,964.,41Ve ,I,, -,. ,,,,. them and ntanaged to retrieve Too y
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. ir,"- Ns, He showed up alone by himself
, 4k1 a little' later wearing a wide grin.
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A PHOENIX PRODUCTION
NOTE:.4111 ladiel attending this presentation will be given
a bottle of the delicate perfume "SORTILEGE,"
11:0t, of Le GallIon, as well as a ticket for the raffle of
I 3 (three) medium sized jars of the perfume and
- a ladies compact.
servation deck. Churchill stepped
down the ramp with the aid of a
cane and walked along a red car carpet
pet carpet 200 feet to the Columbine.
Many observers at the airport
said the British statesman seemed
Among those who greeted
Churchill were Sir Pierson Dixon,
British ambassador to the United
Nations, financier Bernard Baruch
and city roff;nials. Reporters were
not allowed to speak to Churchill.
Churchill's visit, at the invita invitation
tion invitation of President Eisenhower,
was billed as a social call but un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly will include some
background talks preparatory to
the foreign ministers' conference
at Geneva next week.
British political sources hoped
the keen-minded diplomatic veter veteran
an veteran would reassure the President
that Britain was planning no ma major
jor major changes in its cold war ap approach
proach approach to the Russians and would
seal the slight rift that occurred
after Prime Minister Harold Mac Macmillan's
millan's Macmillan's "peace misSion' to Mos Moscow
cow Moscow last February.
It was the first trip to the United
States in five years for the elder
Steelworkers Union Teams Map Final
Plans For Wage Talks With Industry
NEW YORK (UPI) United
Steelworkers Union bargaining
teams mapped final strategy be before
fore before starting crucial wage talks
with the steel industry today which
will determine whether there is a
nationwide steel strike next month.
Some 350 steelworkers met be behind
hind behind closed doors to hear details
of the union's contract demands
spelled out by USW President
David J. Mc Donald and other
Last week the union's interna international
tional international Wage Policy Committee ap approved
proved approved in gbneral terms demands
for a "substantial' wage increase,
shorter working hours, premium
pay for week-end work and a long
list of other charges in fringe pro provisions.
visions. provisions. The current three-year agree agreement
ment agreement in the industry, signed in
1956 after a five-week strike, ex expires
pires expires at midnight June 30. A
strike by 500.000 steelworkers is
a possibility if a new agreement
has not been reached by that
A bargainine team representine
employes of U.S. Steel Corp. will
meet with officials of that com company
pany company for the start of 1959 contract
talks Later officials of Bethelehem
statesman whose mother, Jenny
Jerome, was an American. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower had invited him to visit last
year, but illness forced cancella cancellation
tion cancellation of the triP.
He has scheduled no public ap appearances
pearances appearances while in the United
Churchill left London airport at
7 a.m. Lady Churchill and' U.S.
Ambassador John Hay Whitney
were among the small group who
saw him off.
Churchill arrived at the airport
in a limousine and chatted in the
lounge with his wife and traveling
companions until the flight was
called. Then he got into his car a again
gain again and was driven to the plane.
- The former Prime Minister had
an "honor guard" of three young youngsters
sters youngsters in sailor suits to see him a aboard
board aboard the plane The boys, children
of Lady Christian Hesketh, of
Northampton, had been driven to
the airport especially to see the
They were drawn up in a sailor sailorly
ly sailorly line as Churchill walked slowly
toward his plane. Sir Winston smil smiled
ed smiled when he 5aw them and elabor elaborately
ately elaborately raised his hat. The boys, Al Alexander,
exander, Alexander, 8, Pnbert, 7, and John 13,
Steel, Republic Steel and Kaiser,
Steel meet with union repre representatives
sentatives representatives of their employes.
On Wednesday,-,-union, bargain bargaining
ing bargaining teams will begin meeting with
Jones and Laughlin, Inland Steel,
Wheeling, Youngstown Sheet and
Tube, Armco, Allegheny Ludlum
and Great Lakes Steel. A meet meeting
ing meeting with Colorado Fuel end Iron is
scheduled for Thursday.
At these meetings, the union
will present its, folimal demands
to the individual companies and
will hear the position the com companies
panies companies plan to take in the coming
After these preliminary meet meetings
ings meetings are overprobably in a week
or soactual give and take.
negotiations will get underway be between
tween between four-man bargaining teams
representing labor and manage management.
ment. management. The negotiators will have less
than two months to reach a new
agreement and avoid the sixth
steel strike of the postwar period.
Prospects of heading off a
strike appeared far from rosy on
the eve of' the contract talks.
Management and labor have
taken diametrically onposed posi positions
tions positions on the subject of wages and
neither side has shown any incli inclination
nation inclination to retreat.
Roger Blough, chairman of U.S.
Steel Corp., told his firm's annual
meeting the steel industry would
stand firm against any increase
in wages oi prices.
"We will exert every effort to
avoid both," Blough said in em emphasizing
phasizing emphasizing the need to stop the in inflationary
flationary inflationary wage-price spiralHow spiralHowever,
ever, spiralHowever, he said the industry would
leave no stone unturned in its ef efforts
forts efforts to reach a mutually accept acceptable
able acceptable contract.
Mc Donald has said he was
"fervently hopeful' of reaching a
peaceful settlement this year but
added flatly-Steelworkers are en entitled
titled entitled to a's good share of the in industry's
dustry's industry's fabulous profits.'
Blough and other industry lead leaders
ers leaders have blamed rising wages for
inflation. McDonald has argued
his union's wage increases were
not inflationary and could have
been absorbed without price in increases.
creases. increases. He said the industry
could absorb a pay Ilike this year
without raising prices.
VATICAN CITY (UPI) The
scheduled Wednesday swearing in
of the Swiss guards, the official
guards of the Pope, has been
postponed indefinitely because of
the wounding co; their command commander.
er. commander. The commander, Col. Robert
Nun list, was shot and wounded
April 8 by a mentally unbal unbalanced
anced unbalanced former corph member who
has been dismissed.
The troubfe with letting well
encugh alone le it rumor gets
much better. 11111A
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Thirty-foitr members of the U.S.
National War College arrived. in
the Canal Zone ,yesterday as
guests of Lt. Gen. Ridgely Gaither
commander in chief Caribbean,
during a threeweek visit to nine
Latin American countries.
The trip, organized to give the
visitin4 officers first hand in information
formation information about various Latin
American countries and the op opportunity
portunity opportunity to obserye the conduct
of U.S. eiVil and military inter international
national international affairs, take the
groups through Mexico, the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Zone, Ecuador, Peru,
Chile, Argentina, Brazil, Vene Venezuela
zuela Venezuela and Cuba.
While in the Canal Zone, the
members of the National War
College will-receive an extensive
briefing on the multiple activities
of the Caribbean Command in its
of responsibility in Latin America
which includes all the land mass
of Central and South America
and the key role of the unified
command in Western Hemisphere
A part of the briefing at the
at Quarry Heights, the group
will hear talki by Panamanian
officials, Fernando Elea A.,
Miniiter of Finance; Dr. Aqui Aquilino
lino Aquilino E. Boyd, member of the Ha Hational
tional Hational Assembly; and Or. Car Carlos
los Carlos Arosemena, Panama's re resident
sident resident Orgahization of Americ American
an American States representative.
Gov. W. E. Potter and U.S.
Ambassador to Panama, Julian
F. Harrington, will also make
A question period will follow
each talk and there will be a gen general
eral general discussion period in summa summation
tion summation by a panel composed of
Gaither, the Ambassador and the
The members of the National
War College group will receive
similar briefings by key Americ American
an American political and military 'officials
who are charged with on-the-spot
conduct of U.S. affairs in each of
the countries they will visit. They
will also hear responsible foreign
officials of -each of those countries
comment on American foreign po policies
licies policies abroad.
Established in 1946 and operated
under the control of the Joint
Negro To Organize
Xs Rada' Protest
DETROIT (UPI)--The father of
'a Detroit Negrro congressman has
announced he intends to organize
a national march on Mississippi
in a "peaceful demonstration"
against racial discrimination
Charles C.. Diggs Sr., whose son
is a Democratic representative,
sent a telegrain to Gov. James
P. Coleman, of Mississippi, in informing
forming informing him the march would be
held on Nov. II, this year and
would concentrate on Vicksburg.
Diggs explained he selected
Vicksburg because "it is the site
of a major battle of the bloody
conflict which brought ail end to
slavery, and produced the mighty
union of states that we have to today."
day." today." selected Armistice Day as
the date, he said, "because it is
the 'solemn holiday on which our
nation salutes the young men,
both black and whiter who died
that we might move ahead toward
our demcratic goal of freedom
aud equal justice for all men."
"It is my confident hope that
the March on Mississippi will
provide you with a peaceful dem demonstration
onstration demonstration of national concern that
will bring about the constructive
action demanded by these critical
times," Diggs telegraphed Cole Colem
m Colem an.
Diggs is a Detroit undertaker
and a former state senator.
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Foreign Minister Roberto: Agra- poor: itlasmanpdintoulotuurt,por littiodciales..o704",st.
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media, and controllingal ;
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-,-.,,, '' A CBS television reporter said rwaeirs1;b0,Ingtmpisotryeaaeg.ledw -aaglotwoly2::: ::
sk ::77''''S ',,,,:4' ,'s".'..',' '' Cuba "was being rapidly convert- threats, government-inspired bon
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'''' : ' :t ' ',. ,,,'' .. nism in the Caribbean."
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said. He said that Revoluta
artiY sheet Hoy couldote."
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iwsinwewillan6ttrude ds:mbo..- which parrots the Red organ
Hoy use paper made in Cuba.
to import newsprimt, Novtill
. ti: nthdPertei es luunirn!-
, , ctsc Thrp earyau isaty.ne ddwcc. hsutBkari 1 to
Novins' said that during 04
' !:-' week preceding Castro's visit,410
,:.,: Novins said Sunday night that CaS- the United States, the print tgoi
tro ,supports open expression of ister also attacked United Press
anti-Americanism. International, the, A s s o c i a trti
He also said that what is emerg Press, 'rime magazine and other
ing on the Cuban scene is, in the U.S. ,news sources as "interna4on;'
opinion of Western diplomatic al oligarchies" paid to print .4iee
sources, "the best organized Com- about his government. 771
munist apparatus in the Carib- Immediately afterward, be solidi,
bean." the UPI bureau hi Havana .ii
- Novins, who recently returned ceived three telephone threat;
from a two-month study of the that it would 'be bombed and:Ae
' Cuban government, said it was families of some employes were
"most probable" that Castro him- threatened.
self was not a member of the He said Castro without doubi
'' Communist Party but that he had has cleaned up the Cuban govern
"provided and supported a climate ment and was 'believed to be lilt
A FLANESIDE DISCUSSION concerning the visit of the mem members
bers members of the U.S. National War College to the Canal Zone and
Latin American countries takes place between Maj. Oen. EdwEixti
Stiarez, USAF, deputy commander for academic affairs at the
National War College (left), and Brig. Gen. James W. Coutts,
Caribbean Command chief of staff. on their, arrival at Albrook
Air Force Base last night. While in the Canal Zone, the group
will receive extensive briefings from their host Lt. Gen. Ridge ly
Gaither, commander in chief, Carzbbean, and officials of the
Canal Zone and Panama. (Official USAF Photo)
Chiefs of Staff, the National War
College prepares selected mem members
bers members of the armed forces, the De Department
partment Department of State and other, gov government
ernment government agencies for the exercise
of high level policy, command and
staff functions and for the plan planning
ning planning of national strategy.
Of the thirty-four members
making the Latin American tour,
28 are students at the.college with
the rank of colonel or its equiva equivalent.
lent. equivalent. The other six are members
of the faculty and staff. The trip
director is Maj, Gen. Edward
Suarez, USAF, iltKity comman commandant
dant commandant for academic affairs at the
As the culmination of the ten
months' course of study of, na national
tional national security policy at the col college,
lege, college, the field trips serve to the
group's academic study to its
practical application. Commit Committees
tees Committees have been formed within the
group and have been assigned
specific problems to report on
after they return to Washington.
los addition to the briefings
and official talks they will hear,
while in the Canal Zone the
groups will be given a reception
Tuesday evening by Gaither.
They will also visit the Panama
Canal locks and other activities.
On the Latin American visit, in
addition to Suarez, are Col. John
L. Sullivan, USAF. trip executive;
Col. Gordon B. Page, USA, faculty
Col. Samuel W. Horner,e USA,
faculty: Col. Norman E. Peat Peatfield,
field, Peatfield, USA, trip niedical officer;
Lt. Col. Lloyd S. McLain, USA,
administration and finance.
National War College students:
Army: Col. Frank M. Arthur,
Col. John W. Dean. Col. William
A. Enemark, Col. Thomas W. Ot Otto,
to, Otto, Col. Howard W. Penney, Col.
Douglas P. Quandt, Col. Wilbur E.
Showalter and Col. Landon A.
Navy: Capt. John L. -Arrington,
Capt. Emmett Compton,
Capt. Richard J. Davis, Capt.
Eugene B. Flukery, Capt. Elmore
F. Higgins, Capt. Elbert C. Lin Lindon,
don, Lindon, Capt. John R. Mackroth and
Capt. Jim D. Miller.
Air Force: Col. Rol len H. An Anthis,
this, Anthis, Col. Charles B. Downer, Col.
Hubert S. Judy, Col. Edwin A.
Loberg, Col. John E. Nitsche, Col.
Oren J. Poage, Col, Edward W.
Szaniawski and Col. Adriel N. Wil Williams.
liams. Williams. Civilians: Robert M. Brandin,
Department of State; G. Edward
Clark, Department of State; Rich Richard
ard Richard B. Finn, Department of State;
and William D. Wray, NSA.
Prince Charles Gels
Royal FrOVII1S For
WINDSOR, England (UPI)
Prince Charles was in the royal
doghouse today for mischief.
The 10-year-old future king of
Br taIn taxed the patience
of his mother, Queen Elizabeth,
by almost deluging her with wa water,
ter, water, almost getting his head
caught in a car door, and mak mak,Ing
,Ing mak,Ing a. getaway with his sister
from a detective assigned to
The Queen, like any mother, be became
came became irritated,
Charles arrived with his mother
at the Windsor Great Park to
watch a Sunday polo ma'ch fea.
turing his father, the Duke of Ed Edinburgh.
inburgh. Edinburgh. He clarnbered over a seat in
their station wagon and started
to wriggle out the front door just
as his mother closed it. He barely
escaped getting his head caught.
Shortly after the polo match
started, charles spotted a pocket
of rainwater in a depression on
the roof of the royal rent while
the Queen was sitting outside. He
leaped up and thumped the roof.
A cascade of water just missed
the queen. At this point, she
showed signs of annoyance,. N
Then he took sister Anne. 8, out'
to the field to mingle with the
A surprised detective went after
them and inanaged to retrieve
Anne. But Charles lost himself in
He showed up alone by himself
a little'later wearing a wide grin.
Pope John. May
VATICAN crrY (UPI) The
death of a French cardinal re revived
vived revived speculation Monday that
Pope John XXIII might call a
new consistory to expand the Col College
lege College of Cardinals beyond its record-breaking
Thirteen days after his. corona:
tion last November, the Pone
called a consistory and named 23
new princes of the church, includ including
ing including two Americans. He brought
the Complement of the college to
75 prelates. But a cardinal from
Chile died before the investqure
of the new prelates in December.
Sunday night, George Cardinal
Grente of Le Mans, France, died
at the age of $16, reducing the
membership orthe college to 73.
Speculation rose that the Pone
might call I new consistory to in increase
crease increase the size of the college to
80, and possibly nom 1
Cuba moves To to
has, movekto lodge a formal pro protest
test protest with the United States against
a report 03, an Anierican network
that Cuba was going Communist.
Foreign Minister Roberto: Agra Agramonte
monte Agramonte said last might he had in instructed
structed instructed Ambassador' Ernesto Di Dihigo
higo Dihigo in Washington to lodge the
protest with- Secretary a4 State
A CBS television reporter said
Cuba "was being rapidly convert converted
ed converted into a beachhead for commu communism
nism communism in the Caribbean."
Cuban premier Fidel Castro, in informed
formed informed of the report in Montevi Montevideo,
deo, Montevideo, Uruguay, said at first that 'it
"does not merit a reply."
Then he added that it appeared
to be "an attempt to pressure
Cubans to eliminate and to im imprison
prison imprison Communists in the coun country
try country and that we will not do so be because
cause because Cube Is now a true demo democracy
cracy democracy where all ideologies aro re respected."
spected." respected." The CBS correspondent Stuart
Novins said Sunday night that Cas Castro.,supports
tro.,supports Castro.,supports open expression of
He also said that what is emerg
ing on the Cuban scene is, in the
opinion of Western diplomatic
sources, "the best organized Com Communist
munist Communist apparatus in the Carib Caribbean."
bean." Caribbean." Novins, who recently returned
from a two-month study of the
Cuban government, said it was
"most probable" that Castro him himself
self himself was not a member of the
Communist Party but that he had
"provided and supported a climate
for Communist expansion."
"It is no longer possible for Cu Cubans
bans Cubans to express publicly any op opposition
position opposition to the government with without
out without incurring swift and arbitrary
reprisals," Novin said on the
CBS-TV program "Studio 56."
"Any criticism of the Fidel Cas Castro
tro Castro government is now denounced
as 'counter-revolutionary' and gov government
ernment government oractices makes 'counter 'counterrevolution'
revolution' 'counterrevolution' punishable by property
confiscation, imprisonment and-or
Novins said a hard core of Reds
already had insinuated itself into
key government and econothic
posts and WAS folloWing classic
Communist methods of- gaining
Hits Hew Snag
WASHINGTON, May S
Virginia's "massive resistance"
to racial integration crumbled still
further 'today with Supreme
Court reversal of a contempt con conviction
viction conviction initiated by a Virginia
State legislative inquiry into ra,
The high court unanimously set
aside contempt finding against
David H. Scull, 43, Annandale,
Va., printer, who refused to an answer
swer answer 31 questions for the now de defunct
funct defunct Thomson Committee of the
Speaking for the Ourt, Justice
Hugo L. Black said the committee
chairman, James M. Thomson,
did not tell So 11 what was wanted
of him or why.
"Scull was therefore not given
a fair opportunity, at the peril of
contempt, to determine whether
he waN within his rights in refus refusing
ing refusing to answer... ." the opinion
In another case the court denied
a hearing to three Negro doctors
who have been trying to get per permission
mission permission to practice at James
Walker Memorial Hospital in
Yesterday's brief order left
standing a ruling by the fourth
U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that
the hosptal a, private enter enternrisenot
nrisenot enternrisenot cit controlled. and
therefore not subject te constitu constitutional
tional constitutional rulings on the integration
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closed by revoking their Denies
to import newsprint, Novtill
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the United States, the pith
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International, the, Associat
Press, 'rime magazine and other
U.S. ,news sources as "interna4ott;
al oligarchies" paid to print glee
about his government. ",
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the UPI bureau in Havana -rig
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that it would 'be bombed and Al
families of some employes nen
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has cleaned up, the Cuban govern t
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But he said Castro was naive
and "self-contradictory" and had se
"kindled hopes, for Cuba's poor
that can never be extinguished
and probably never realized."
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