The Panama American

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

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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
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AA00010883:02907

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, NEW ARMS, FIND:Thes4 Weipons,'-ainiachinegun,- two rifles 'an Clit quilititrof arargunition,
well) dug up recently by the National Guaz'd at Chumico Grande, near San',Carlo,S0- where
Presiderttde la Guardia usually spends Weekepd vacations.

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Vhe National Guard continued its search today for a group of seven r eight'Oubans-who
,failettkeurrender in the Nombre de Dios area last Friday.
: At the same time,' District Attorney Dario Sandoval wu scheduled to finish questioning the
85 men.who surrendered unconditionally through the good offices of a faciffindincteam of-the
OrganizatiOn of America, States. ' 1
These developments were announced' following the approval of a resoUition by the trniVer,
ally Studenta Union. accusing the government of,President Ernesto de la Guardia4r, of having
,I'betrayed'she'republic by calling In the-OAS t osolve a purely internal matter.
The resol tion ac(PrOved b"tird ShortiY before th incident be-lCuban rev uttonaries who landed

A,' 'rhe''''reSolikonYilleprOved 'bi"lhe ',.' Sher di, betore, thi, incident be- Cuban 'revoluttonarien who landed
Pa :unioil's exeNtive,2,': tOUTICIU'.1iSt tween Virgin Ordofina 'alba-Dom- on -the' Panamanian ...coast near
s might alio branded ,'OAS''., interim inican Irepublic; ',en& Itaul Rea of Nembre de,'Dies onApril, 256,', ,2,
N tiCod 'in the, Nonihre-de-Mios lava- Cuba, ArgellOne amkkaaaador Cesar Barros4tirtedo-,:nree 4,',,t 'Ayterli
1101i fiaaCa Si! ,s!'.1akitiolatiOn: etthe Barros z.!,,,Ilurtade liedv.,submitted-a ber4,0t the.,.:DAS lactlinding learn
P principle OtAnn-interyention....7 ....i: report' la which: hi asked Panaina which, came? to 'Panama te iniresti iniresti,
, iniresti, The-stUdents,'Y41S0tteeluied.:',the to.helenient witlkthe ,Invasion-bent gate the alleged Apeasion -,- ,,
' 'f;-rf a ''' ''''''z' ' ),
' II- Pananial, gOlte;inMenk,9 -. aging,- ------i- ', ,,,, ,,,,,,.. ,..-: ..-1 Brazilian ',,,'.!'' ambatisador ., to. g. the
't1., ,t7campaign retparsecullow. Andre- t ''' 0 ';.....',4-1V r g : ' ' ' 1", OAS, Fernando Lobo, who headed
prisals, against,: the.. ntudentsstAand unans:311orting unans:311ortingSt,
St, unans:311ortingSt, ether ,,, Jndielduals,, and illemaladgd , ., .,, itlialte'ire,amar)a's4sadlidor"-,,,,!tnn, l'iyilatite'd3ngtratelln:
,
...0, &the ,' mmed ata,,kelease ,A,o;', Bla .
- .'s 1 1 4 Mi ,k also atiked !ardency; on lite part -01
. ,,, Itkolse Calderon,-4,-,4FeeeseelraatriY0-n$PlenX- t
19,"r11.61,i),, riAle(eSt 4 PaiiiMintliiV,01;thOlitieS ,,tbrAtf
''f:.;-.5!;;".:4;11.ti"the' Student' 4,A,4 4,'-' the .-, -t'-e.,i,,,,,. ,-;..,,,',, .,,s'.,,,,u......!:',I...-"' ToevAtVolitlullitlkOLCIIPIVro
, ., ether, Students' belrig;:,,r.A:,1,.cr, .--- in.,-,, ILA, ....... 1 .L. 1 g ;I, ; ,...y....:',4v :t s,: di-1)108110,4 trut,, 11 J:i. ,,tt,,,.;:t...,oAt,Ilo
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':, Meanwhile, dispotcilet. from'
1 Washington, reported,. that the
'OAS meeting on Panama' rioter
slay -ended abruptly ',,yosterdaY
when ths delegates' of -the Demi.
nicon Republic' Cuba ex.
tut and Ponoralisime Rafael Tru.
changed )nsults 'bout FW olCas.,
.
The OAS meeting bad been call called,
ed, called, to hear4 rport by-the special
fact-finding vommittee which 're 'returned
turned 'returned to Wathington, from Pena.
me MondaY,., ,k ,

WASIITNGTON: May. 6 (GPI) --
tverybody -.hied to be:cheerful In
the, quiet sick room! so,Sir Wins Winston
ton Winston 'Churchill 1. tapped .'his esne
along the hospital Corrd lora. with
President.tisenhower at his side
cotild not Ali Ali),
), Ali), minish, the tragic' scenes theY
fotmd When:the President, 68, and
, his distinguished .visitori 84, petit
7 to tall at Walter Reed'ArmY
tenter -..-rsterday after
OOn, f- -;
They.' sawGen, George Catlett
Marshall, 78, Amerita's War
II Army chief of staff,' Ono.
tionless And virtualli, speechless,
the victim of a -stroke.
, Then they saW John- Poster nut.
9 les, 71; :the, secretary of state
s, who onl a few months ago soar.
ed' across oceans'. in 'jet -tanker

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1 11.11' 11.1 t
L"ril le(esi
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1 lielt tolltry

-HAVAlklA,..Mit UPI -,- Cu Cubans,
bans, Cubans, ttre :showine an increasing
Iv; of interest rin the revolu revolutionary
tionary revolutionary govermnent's reform reformed";
ed"; reformed"; lottery, Wyss rePorted to todayil
dayil todayil
The govermnent hat found it
can' sell, only a little more than
half of the tickets it prints for.
the lottery. For, the past three
weeks, the number winning the
first prize has been that of an
unsold ticket,
Each time an, unclaimed prize
reverts to ,'" the government's
Savings arid' HOUSing institute,
it, getS harder to sell ,tickets for
the !following, 'week's 'lottery.
,- The flagging interest appears
to be:' a result of the govern government's
ment's government's 'scaling down of ,the
prize money.
411;4' fira prize is $1'00,000 just
as it used ,IO be, but' the 1,000
other' prites ate wOrth only $100
each;:'
Therei used t be 'several
prizes 'in' the inulti-thousanddollar
range, and inethose days'
the winifmg ticket was Sold, eve ever,y
r,y ever,y Week.'
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1,,'.00:0.iiPi.o!ll!!;10:;..,...is:
djo'i!.!0'.:fp..04,...,',,,,-::.,,
11$6.00ii:Aiic1100'..:

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les, 71; ,:thir; secretary of : state i,
,
',1,014.u0N,' May 6 ..- (UPI). -,,,
who onl a few months agO, soar. A painting, by Pablo' P t e it i a 0
4 ., edk atross oceans', in 'jet -, tanker brought $154,000 today at' the start,
planecf,Yesterday;.: Dulles; '',, 'who. of' the', auction ask AL about '','t a
0 is fighting the' ravage f 'e ntee
-1 ')- -a-- ---,,,t million dollars Worth otssmodern
was .in''t, wheel chair,:,,,,, ;,,,,',-,;., and impressionist art' whicitsLon!
Sir Winston, who : moit 4 With doners hoped would make 'their
some diftkulty himself becauie, of city 4,',the world'g' art centet',,' ',,,,, ,
what the President tailed ,the ,, Tha pieringn nieett ,Avent in

o'''. chatted- with the five-star 'gen- i)3's -f;m-etra"u'gro-n-ii-r-m -s-alirv7a-s
end'. wife fotrabout two minutes. a,,world, record fprice) ..for a
4 4, Mrs. ttershall- 'assured the forM- Picasso.7 The previous record nue nue,
, nue, er, prime minfster ,t1;at her?' hue. uol price for' a Picasso was $11,52,4
band mas delighted;to see, him. 000 paid In New :York last 'No 'NoMarshall
Marshall 'NoMarshall ,,,, recognized .4, Churchill, yawn?. ,.. , 4 , .,4 ,,,;.,,..,:
i ,o. but was 'unable to converse "Alb -,-Overall;..1.60 impressionist 's',and
''' hint '..';"'"-t.t,''''' ,,'" ";-, ..,',', ''' -(14 modern paintings were put on the
, i ', The meeting with Dulles faiteol block, In the first half hour, sales
' '" 4 minutes.,,;,, -,, , ,:' totaled $280 000. Meny'hundreds of
.
, rrsons, were, turned away before
. 1,, i, ,; ..,,, ,.. .. ,,
he bele began ,in the Vacked Mow-,
';' F d'New People'
,.., iv ., rooma -K.... ,,i,' '. ." ,." ., .61
''-' Jolile ePonConot" ''--. -
''''' RI '"- t '41.' ''t '''.''
,,,,.., -, ,,- ,,,,' ,, ,,. -,,,,,.1:,- o orfoos ;Iv' e--,
i : ormqAoril'e,";"''' tit' ,y,,,,,A,,'' ivio,.:j it',,,,,, ,..m, ,,'.
'y 4 NI,' t ,l't 's ;:4 ,':' l'''''',4 IV Ulu' rum J;;;WW1 i
'; 1 Five newlemploires, all of them pi .,
i tired, locally, joined the Canal or- E
),.-!, r xprIToi Lunch' :,'
, .. ganizittion during April.,,' One .. of t',. 3., '4! , ,, v, 4:,- ,, i i
' them: bad 'prior Canal 'service. ',' ..,:Roberto rteyni;Executive Direc Direck
k Direck ':.' She is Addle 11. Hood, or Bisetie; tor of Panitnali Water and Sewer
' "., N.C.,clerk typist in the, Engineer-- Commission, swill ; be', the ) guest
-, IntDkvision, ; ,,,,f4. ,,'.. ,q' ), : t,. 0; speaker at this week's meeting of
, tt,. I. The .',other,, new'''. employes are the Panama Rotary Cluk at 42;80
"!, ,;, Vohnt J. Anderson, of Winfield, Thursdayr ,,' ; '' .' . .1
' ?Akan., mad' Nancy 741:1 Huntery of ', Rotarian', Prendsco Young is in
b Hazard,'Ky.;. staff nurses it Gov charge of the program Which will
'..' ,, .. gas Hospital;' Lula' Palma Of Bo- offer annpportunity for discussion
,,,y, quete, ity; biological aid in the of the current project Of extending
Health Bureau; and Melvin V. 'Niter, and ',sewer, services. '',
, Smith,- Of ',Deering,' N.D., machin- The luncheon session will be held
I' (
., st in the Motor Transportation Di- in the Bella VI.04 '1,rom of the lio lio'
' lio' ' ':'"villion t,'""4 ' el El ,Panamajfiltom ,' .'

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on -the Panamanian coast near
Nombre de:Dios on .April
Barros.,11Ortitc10' 61115 mera
ber4 of the .0AS tact-finding teem
which, came to Panama to investi7
gate the alleged ,invasion,
Brazilian ambassador...to the
OAS, Fernando Lobo, who beaded
the'tead,.and Juan Plate, Bratil-,1
la ambassatior-,-to, Washingtoo0
Ise adted leniency on Pe,Yart 'Of
litithOdtieS ,forAte
4nelli(61011110144.00115brt
derviose4zr.-.. ft,
v st
ropoh;lltarras Rixrticlio
roloctsd, ths Pane menials Aherne
that Shit ;group of Invaders WO
"mercenaries. '-
Ho described them 'as "cod's'.
ad politicians" who allowed
'themselves to ba "seduced" by
Panamanian intor. bo-.
!hiving that Panama nestled to
its freed front dictatorship- ' 1
Barros Hurtado left the meeting
shortly after reading bis report and
stating that be was scheduled to
leave for Buenos' Aires today and
had ft, make a telephone call to his
government.
As the' search 'continued for the
group of men wbo failed to surren.
der last Friday; Atlantic sector
National Guard commander
Pastot Ramos said it is generallt I
believed that the group, including
residents of Nombrer de Dios act acting
ing acting as -guides,ris well-armed.
- Although the. search has been
underway sincerSaturday, ,there
has, been no, encounter 2 between
them and the ,Nlitional Guard pa paIrol
Irol paIrol searching' for them in the. vi-'
cinity Of Y'ortobelo;,'.'

W-E
Snark' 11 fissile Heads
To Allaitlic Target
from tenaveral
, 7,
beAPE CANAVEitAt, rta
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tAre, 11,..eulavroiyitu, X1"0
6 (11PI)-- The second combat-type
Shark' bitercontinetal missile,
with an 'electronic eye trained 'on
the ,,stars, aped', southeast 'today
toward its target 5,000 Milee..40"ntl
the, Atlantic 'tracking range, '')
'rhe' target in fillip test tiring
Was a' patch ofr water near ',;!' Am.
censlon Island, midway ', between
Brazil and, the east'' toast' of
frica';',The', weepier makers !eel
that a Snark fired over the ,North
Pole on wartime illight ,,coUld
devastate targets' deep in Russie
with a hydrogen, warhead. 7
1,, With a flash- of flame, the. 'alt,1
breathing 'Saari, blasted,, at
11:36 p.m fronb its mobile la ch.
ing Platform..; About five seconds
lathr, its two solid fuel boosters
drepped off 'and started a brush
lire at the tip of, the cape, 1
The troops who fired the North-1
rop-made missile were members i
of,ISAC's 556th Strategic, Missile
Squadron, ), Later this yeet the
556th will 'move ',to' presque
Maine, to, set tip the, first, Pere'
tional Snatt based,

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PANAI,VIA; S.: 14. titPNSDN't MAI 1959

FotHiliholt Blat Vittims

Ten employes,0 the Panama Canal organizition who
!tiers among tho:inlitired in the Lisholt explosion five yeare
,sgo. and the-survivprs of five whi) were killed, split':
a total of $120;000 which the Canal has i011icted at law

in their behalf. 4
, In an action imique In the history of ''the waterway
'the Canal sued the Norwegiarl ship and its' owners Skibs
AS Liss for its' etnployes and, collected damages for the
"pain and suf ermg they experienced.,
Amountje in addition i,to the benefits which the
InjUred and theiri haveybeerrieceiving
under the' United StatSs Compensation Act which applies
in the Canal Vibe.

The Lisbon disaster on Feb. 6,
1954 was the worst marine ac
cident in Canal, history. ,A serious
fire occurred on-the ship during
the early morning hours. b the
afternoon she was shifted from
Balboa Piers. Pier 14.
-
In the afternoon a crew, of Ca Canal
nal Canal itevedores,,:, technicians and
supervisors wercr put aboard to
unload. refrigerated stores,,
.The blast oce, tirred shortly, after
6 14m. ,,11"!
v A
Amirican Jihn Chive.
dere remelt was killed Instant.
ly, American ehemist Welter Cs 1
Fodder, died eV Gorges Hospitalk
, ,
Others, whe,died -some 'days
rattite"of.nitUrni-, we're t-Malcolm
Alphonsn,.1.talle-nder.,3amalcin
-dock 'foreman' ,:Gulliertlin,.0411100
Panamanian larpenter 'Ioreman,,
and, Hugo V' acres$ EtuadOrean,
dock worker.
Two of the American injured,
will not participate in the distri distribution
bution distribution of the S120,000 because
they filed separate, suits in US
District Courti in the United
States.
,
The suit on which the Canallcol Canallcollected
lected Canallcollected was Bled in the Canal Ione
District Court by Abe Canal -Company.
n was one of three suits
filed in the( keel coati.
making ,stes settlement, the
ship owners.. In effect, accepted
blame fer 41411011 ,
t r'
, Attorney Charles E., flasirez
represented the Norwegian own owners.
ers. owners. 1
The settlement was negotiated
with the Vessel owners' by at attorneys
torneys attorneys of the Panama Canal Com
pany.' Under the outof-court
agreement, edl pending litigation,
in the District Court in the Canal
tone resulting from the Lisbon
disasiter,, ,be dismissed.

Ten men tniur- ed in the explosion
as well' IS some, of the survivors
of the five men kMed in the ac accident
cident accident wM Share in the settlement.
, t

Getli4Velcome
On' Aussion Tour- -y,
moscow;,,(VP1').-40ven Ran'irt-1
,
can,. veterait :of ',the' Elbe ,,Itiver
linkiip With the, Ilussians in Wrld
War- II pitied ViSit tti,Leningrad
tod8-
"Their neiti 'atop was Stalingrad'
where' they:WM.9,J' receive It kq
to the .;
spokeimin;'' lacpb PolowskY:',
of ,Chicago, said L50,000 people: at
the ',Leningrad Stadium -stood lind
applauded 'when they were Intro Introduced
duced Introduced et, 'gatne,yesterr,
day, 2 :
. k" tot 2' !,
the tour
Ingrid included 'visit to a 'Attar
sian teterabe ',hospital hire the
Americanir paased- out' 'American
cigarettes ,and otandk. end,. a ,visit
to', a, sqhool, ;,'whre, they :daneed
ring-arOund-e-roor the: thil thil,
, thil, ,
-
Gcoso' plcs

trar.2rature,

tb'
, ',Isthmian residents enjoyed he toolest ,day o e yea
' yesterda with maximum temperatures down to 79,degrees
Crist6baf Ind 115 ll,egrees at Balboa Heights,
The rains knitsloudy weather prevalent on both, sides of 4:
thi Isthmus brought temperatures down, to-a welcome low ',',
, after several months "st Shove' 90 degree weather recorded;
-mainly at Balboa Height. and Madden Dam stations. 1.,
' The level of Gatun Lake began to riot following the
trail rains which, tartest last weeks By Wednesday the level
had tone frytm fts 93,41 feet on April 211 to 13411 feet
registered at I Cm, .todat r ,,,,

The Individuals concerned will
be notified al seen as separate
checks can be issued by the Co,
nel Company in their fever. 4: 4,
litigacion' in the Lisholt
case has been pending since,Feb since,February
ruary since,February 1955 when' the vessel own owners
ers owners sued the Canal Company -for
$14,000 plus prospective indemnity
for injuries or death.
A- counter Ott' was thin filed
by the Canal in lx13alf of the in inJared
Jared inJared ,employes Ahe gave assign assignments'
ments' assignments' ortheir.,causes of-actin to
the Canal Company. ,
About threet onenthe'lleter the
Company, ought another, suit.
against th, ship Lisheit aftetcohe I
was repaired end oevisited Canal
waters..,At tin& tints the,' vesoel
owners were required te.,pest, e
,1500,000 bond far hwrottost,..,:
snit againtealtelOP,
'set And ..7.1esset-qcnvnera s4.1)e
halt 4'14, einPloYong-ithe banal
inked -not ottly,for the 'recovery el
medial costa and benefits paid
under the ,Compensation Act but
also for ctmpensation fer "pain
and suffering" of injured employes
,for which payment cannot be
made b tho government uncle
the Compensation Act. w
- The Mounts to be paid to the
Individuals wilt, therefore. cover
only the amounts over and above
those already paid by the Com Company
pany Company under the Compensation
Act. -,
,Thi individual checks will
rang. from approximately $3-
000 to ever $11,000, with the
largest settlement going to Paul
Morrie, who was permanently in injukd
jukd injukd in the explosion and was
unable, to return to work.
RecOverv under the death
claims is limited by the Canal
ZOne Code to $10,000 in each case.
It is expected that the indivi individual
dual individual claims will be caleulated and
checks issued early next 'week.
These who will receive checks
for bijuries are: Luis Armitellag.
Jose H. Bedova V., Astecio Gi,
R.,. Dionosio N. Lucas M., Paul
?Morris. Rigoberto Piet) Ch.. Anto Antoblo,
blo, Antoblo, Toala, Harry E. Townsend,
Zabala, and Asiatic) Zambra Zambra130t.
130t. Zambra130t. A Canal 'Zone fireman, James
E. McDaniel, who was permanent permanently
ly permanently injured in the exalosio n.
brought suit against the ship in
the Federal District Court in New
York City. His case, which was
recently remanded by the U. S.
Supreme-Court for a new trial, is
still pending,
.',".(:)ne other injured emtnleye, Henty-R,
Freeman, a Company steve stevedore
dore stevedore foreman, also brought separ separate
ate separate suit in New York and recently
made' a compromise settlement
from the ride owners.

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!'',,l't!:e ROOsii, Retkiiiis
t's..'-.1.16:.sili.'. SO!i.i0

'
Lyle Roush, matherna tics
teacher at Cristo b I High
School, has resigned his posi position
tion position with the Canal Zone
School to return to his preVi preVious
ous preVious school' at Reno, Nevada, it
hu been announced, by the 'tly
talon of Schools.
', After the school term 'ends
June he will go to Tufts
verpity in Medford. Mass., where
het has been awarded a scholar scholarship
ship scholarship sponsored by thejlational
Science' leoundation.iA
'1.11e will spend six weeks 'tak 'taking
ing 'taking a course in Mathematics and
Chemistry
,.'Mt. Roush wu bona In Wash,.
ington end was ,graduated with
a' HA degree from the Waiver Waiversittof
sittof Waiversittof Neyada. He received his
M degree 'from,,,the ;University
Of Oregon., He taught for a
number of years In Nevada be before
fore before coming to the Canal Zone
in 1957. -,
He has been 'living in Coco
Solo with hie wile imd twe chil children
dren children

Prg,",

CAPT. 'W. ROMMON

molife DI Fedor
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tkst;Rildsmiin

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ithis 'Juin

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Capt. Warner., Scott Rodimon,
the Panania Canal's Mafine Di Director
rector Director for the past three years,
will retire from, the Navy next
month after 30 years service.
assIgomenk here occurred
during the' Catil's busiest pe period
riod period in, history.'"
Rodimon, his Is.rife, Mrs. Doro Doro'then
'then Doro'then Rodimon," and their 10-
year-old On, Scott, Hatrison,
htudent, at, Ba lbozTA Elementary
School Van to gail ion'the Vript
sisit.tleientIS .4-ancl,,talativelf,trt
t,he ..3etiet toast before traveling
eross-country to look titer real
estate interests at La 'Jolla,
Calif.
Both Capt. and Mrs. Rodimon
have been active in community
and social affairs during their
residence here. He has been es especially
pecially especially interested in Boy Scout
work.

He will be relieved as Marine
Director by Capt. William C.
Hughes, Jr., who is due to ar arrive
rive arrive on the Ancon June
Hughes comes from duty as
chief cif staff, Service Forces,
Atlantic Fleet, at Norfolk, Va.

former Pan Canal
Official To Address
Wash, PC Sod

WASINGTON, May 6 (UPI)
The Panama Canal Society of
Washington announced tot-ilaY
that Gen. Robert E. Wood- of
Chicago will address its annual
meeting May 16.
Wood participated in con construction
struction construction of the Panama Canal
from 1904 until 19.4, at one,time
he was chief quartermaster.
Later he became executive head
of Sears, Roebuck and Company,
and nationally 'prominence as
businessman.
' Hie talk will include reminis reminiscences
cences reminiscences of Canal construction
days and Communism as it af affects
fects affects the Panama Canal.
The annual meeting will be
presided OVEN' by Stephen Latch Latchford,
ford, Latchford, President of the Society.
Maurice H. Thatcher, only stir.
viving member of the' original
Isthmian Canal Commission
and,a former Governot of Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone, will, be toatsmaster.
RAF Will Bomb
Secret Equipment
On Mountain Top
LONDON (UPI) The Royll
Air Force announced it would
bomb a Turkish- mountain top
near the' Seviet border today to
demelish secret rocket equipment
loat In a plane crash.,
,
,
' The eqWpment 'was scattered
hear the top of 14,000-foot Mount
Subhan Dag, about 100 miles from
'he Soviet -border, When a British
troop transpon crashed 13 days
ago..,.
Vie, secret missile 'equipment
abotad was en route ,to the Woo..
merek cocket range. It 'Australis
when 'the plane smashed into the
Peslitilltilling 1; men..
,British paratroopers- and silo
squads reached the wreckage and
buried ,the bodies of the. victims
but It was considered too -hazard.
Us th try to bring down the
equipment and too dangerous 'to
leave it where It :night he found.
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The United Nations Economic Commission for! tit tit-
- tit- in America ,(CEPAL) will hold sessions in Panama 'next.
week and theIveek following. The chief purpose of ,the
,
meeting of the' 21 Western Hemisphere Republics is to,
,
take stOS toward establishing common market for' tat.
.,
in America. ,,
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Observers from Russia and one other Iron' Cuitaii
..
country-- Ciechoslovakia will be amongthose of a.
bout eight to,10 Etiropean countries who,ivill send eipetts
.
here to watch the sessions. Other countries whose observ observ,
, observ, .
ers will be present include Great Britain, the Netherlands,.
Italy, France West Germany and Spain. ;,-2.
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Some 250 or -more persons will attend the MOill ses ses,
, ses, sions due to convene May 14 and continue ,through May
, s
23. A smaller group comprising the commerce committit
.
of CEPA!. will begm preparatory sessions, Monday., ; ',.tt'
,
Panama is registerin4, delegation of, more thari SO,
,
persyns headed by Treasury Minister Fernando flet::,:',::'
ceparak orkirtg 'group -whiCh Clare, Julio Quilino,. Ritheti', '31
met recently in Mexico Cit$ is caries, 4e., Gaspar Estrihi, Da,
presenting the 'resuIV, Ot I vid Turner Mt Ruben D. aerre-k,
etticly..t. ofii trie "'titan,' 4linertettn ra;;Bermen B.Odriguea,',OlensifO'
MeNIIPOItt.vbrr 12131rALt CalbreCia 'sous Jose (11Alzpon-,,Tofte R.ou
maricetrAlghtl-attect the te7 Guillerm0 Juradtr 41, ,Inan :-.1te.
giOn's econornit develOpMent. Ruiz, Gilberto Ferrarli CarlOt A;
Tbi study takes the, post- Velarde, Gustavo GonzaleS, Berm
tion that the ionimon market nardo cans, Manuel Varela;
should be the result of a poi- Jr., Jose Ma, Sanchez 13 .. Fero,
icy rather than a formula. nando Amado and Virginist4S Virginist4SIt
It Virginist4SIt notes that the final ob- calf',
jeCtive may be reached onlY Also Jose I. Navas, Aleardo
by a number of stages. Arosemena, Victor Cruz Urrutla,
In, the first stage, partial Jorge, I. QtarQ8, Pedro Comas
goals whith are believed pos- Calvet, Bernardo Lom b a r d 6,
sible of accomplishment will be Marco- de Obaldia, Renato Ozo-,
, attempted. The success of this reso Guillermo de Roux, Eucaris
step can only come through "a Espino, Antonio Moscoso B., M.
patient policy conceived in real- Everardo Duque, Eduardo Lauu
ism and practiced with persist- za, Erasmo Etcobar, Alejandro,
ence of purpose," the study Ferrer S., Pedro E. Alvarado Ai
stated. Amelia Goursac C., Joel Medina
and Galileo Solis. 47
The experimental stage of Alfredo Aleman, Sr., who wag wagsuch
such wagsuch a move as a common mar- also a delegate, has resigned.-
1 ket is a netessary interim in
attempting a move which may
Amen'cai, H Bombs':
have larreachin geffects. , is.
In the first stage, which
would take 10 years the mid- Loaned To Brilish k''
. ,,
die level of tarlits among
Latin, American Conn t r I e e R a I. ,.. .. .1t,
would be reduced. An attempt oyai Air tome -'
,
will be made to assure equal equal,
, equal, ity of opportunity ler the
participating countries. LONDON, May 6 (UPD--The
y elle ress usvi tosu I dd u
ward later steps. that American hydrogen bomb
draid13.3 Min
poriningt tthen wliarsyt toll) BoornitritsrhmeDdelenusse liplinreissatryretpoodartal
The study terms the common
market idea "essentially a dy- RAF. bomber units.
have been loaned to 'British
nantic concept." The bombs are under Amer-,
1 AmIterionaotetsodathyatnaws hill9e3,00Loa,00tIno isrcaintaignu,arad 'iaptoksou3pmpalyn
million people, it may reach the event of war, a proportion
300,000,000 by 1975 at the pre- of the hydrogen bombs needed
sent rapid growth of popula- by the RAF. bomber fleet wbuld
tions. have to come from thts source.

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nAme 'can' H Bombs,,:,
attempung a move wrucn may ..('
have farreachin geffects.
,
In the first stage, which
would take 10 years the mid- .,--,N4 I
Loaned To Bnhsh ''''''
die level of tarills among .1
. .,
Latin American 'Conn t r I e s .,
0 r
Roya1 Air force ''' -:
would be reduced. An attempt
will be made to assure equal- ., 1!, ..
ity of opportunity for the ..
participating countries. LONDON, May 6 (UPI)---The
Results during the first 10 British Defense Ministry total
years would point th6 way to- confirmed U.S. prese reports ..
ward later steps. that American hydrogen bomb :
The study terms the common have been loaned to 'British ',
market idea "essentially a dy RAY. bomber units. ...,, 4,
naniic concept".
It notes that while Latin The bombs are under Amer.., ;,
ican guard at supply datum in
America today has 193,000,000 Britain, a spokesman said. In .!'
million people, it may reach the event of war, a proportion ;.
300,000,000 by 1975 at the pre- of the hydrogen bombs needed ',..
sent rapid growth of popula- bY the RAF. bomber fleet wOuld :.,
tions. have to come from this mince, ;..
he added.
Cepa' takes note there is The spokes m a n said ille ;
some worry in Latin America American bombs will pe re,:',,,
over the consequences of sud- Placed by those of British man.
den elimination of tariffs and ufacture as soon as British ,-
other "economic defenses."
Panama's Cepal delegation production catches up vilth 'the ',
needs of its forces.
,
serving under Eleta includes The RAI'. has a stockpile Of ':,
Minister of Agriculture, Com- atomic bombs but does nbt notee,:
meree and Industry Alberto sess sufficient H-bomlys -,t1 to
Boyd, Minis t e r of Public MOUrit a retaliatorv attack:With..
. ',''''
ga and Comptroller Genral Britain and the U.S. have a :
Works Roberto Lopez Fahre- out American help.
Inocenelo Galindo. similar arrangement With ths .;
nuclear warheads for thor mis .'
Others named are: sile bases being estatgishect in
Diogenes de la Rosa, Henri- this country. British creWs man .'
que de Obarrio, Mario de Die- the missiles, but the U.3:. has
go, Louis Martinz, Jaime de la custody of the warheads. .,. i. .:
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Guardia, Eduardo McCullough, .
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Ismael Olivarea, Marla I. Men Mendoza,
doza, Mendoza, Alfonso Tejeira, Luisa E. Observe Nationa ;-
Maritime Day .:T ,r-
Quezada, Juvenal A. Castrellon '.. i' ',
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Walks In floipital

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Clare Julio Quijano, RUbe0".'31
Caries, Jr., Gaspar Estribi. ,Das
vid II)oner Ruben DI Tierra
r a ;:),Iff meta EAdriguest,' Wtensiro
S0118,r awe fat'AlePtC'lleee: R41,1
Guillerm0 Juradtr Juan
Ruiz, Gilberto Ferrarli Carlos Aa
Velarde, Gustavo Gonzale, Bev.
nardo ()cans, Manuel Varela;
Jr., Jose Ma, Sanchez Fara
nando Amado and Virginia,413-
cala: ,
Also Jose Navas, Iticard0
Arosemena, Victor Cruz Urrutia, :-
Jorge, Quito, Pedro Comas
Calvet, Bernirdo Lom b a r 4 0,
Marco: de Obaldia, Renato Ozo Ozores,
res, Ozores, Guillermo de Roux, Eucaris
Espino, Antonio Moscoso B.,
Everardo Duque, Eduardo Lant10
za, Erasmo Etcobar, Alejandro)
Ferrer S., Pedro E. Alvarado A4
Amelia Goursac C., Joel Medina
and Galileo Solis.
Alfredo Aleman, Sr., who val.
also a delegate, has resighed.-,

Walks In Hoipital
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NEW YORK (UM' -- Arthur Friday, May fl., has been desig designated
nated designated as National, Maritime ,, Day :
GodtreY, up and about and watch- in a proclamation issued by Presi President
dent President Eisenhower,' i ,.. , ,
Governor W,' E. Potter luis(call-
moving toward 1 quick
ing television, was reported today ed attention to the proclamktion
recovery which states that special isigoifi.,
from illa operation for lung can- Caned is being given to the observ.
ante of National Maritime Day this
,
'fie has a television set in his Year since this is the year la which
room and sps,nds part of his time the N. S. Savannah, the world's
watching' 0,', as, well as doing first nuelear power0d ', merchant
quite a bit of reading," a Colum. shin. wilt be launchee,- ,,,, 1, ,
bia,Presbyterian, I Medical Center National Maritime Day was first
announcement said. 1' , designate' in 1933 to commemn commemnGodfrey,'
Godfrey,' commemnGodfrey,' 55, ,"walked abiut his rate the depsrture from Savannah,
room entirely' without assistance" Georgia, on May 22, 1819 of the S.
yesterday for the strand day" ta a S., Savannah on the first tram,
row, the 115041 said ceanie VP1110 SSIESStlne,';
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cue level or uvula among - w we s 'w 'wit gametes .1' :-....- a. ',
'''' SIIINGTOWM 6 (DPI) :1" Ill" iI'v '''' stl,ntuvu a unaerway ameer,oaturiugy, 'LIM& 0 WW1 UM V tIBMCIL MIMS 13' It,7 ir
NVA ,' Y as it 'used tri,, be; but the 1,000 dual claims will be calculated and telaraw
u Pt )ovety Latin American roue t r I e s R
EVerybody ',tried to. be :cheerful Id h been no leocottoter betweee. torneys of, the Panama Canal Com
tuner prites are wOrtil' orily $100 as' d th 'Nati al Gu'ard pa- Unlit th out-of-court chicks issued early next 'week. re WIJ I
will be made to assure equal equalthem
them equalthem an e on pitnY r ,,,.., e ,These who will ,roceive cheeks would be reduced. An' attempt oyal Air orce -;:t.:
paotphrgorteuonuinttyrielsor the
'the quiet sick room! so Sir Wins- ,,..,., ,. , ,, ,.
,. , ,,, :',- ,,.. ,.. leo! searching' for,,them in the..19- agreemepti :all .penchng litigatiol foe- inJuries are: Luis Armeelles. WASINGTON, May 6 (DPI)
ipraY r t 1efi r i
0 4 ton' ''ChurehillI, tapPed' ''' hie ,Cane eaala
k, rere, ;heed to :Pe several einity,,,of ,,pertobelo. ,s', . in the District Court in the Pane Jose H. Bedova V., Astmelo Gi, The Panama Canal Society of , ..,
' along. the hospital, clarrdictre with pr zes 111, the multi-thousand- ' 1 Zone resulting' from. th. e Lisbon lt,.. Dionosio N. Lucas M Paul Washington announced today ,
. President Eisenhower- at his side. dollar 'range, and in:those days r. ' ,' ''.. disa ter will ,be duinussea. . LONDON, May 6 (UPI)--The 'i., ,
' But.,well-wishing coilid 'not di dithe
the dithe v9111113:4 ticket was aold, eve- 3 kilitsile Hea ',Morris. Rigoberto Pie Ch.. Aldo- that oen. Robert E. wood- of Results during the first 10 British Defense Ministry today -.,-;,.
,, minisit- the' tragic", -scenes they nar d .--- fir, Toala, Harry E. Townsend, Chicago will addresa itn annual Years would point th way to- confirmed U.S. press reports '4 ...;
injured in the explosion
The study' terms the common
fotmd Menthe President, 68, and r, Nee , , ,-, .. -.,. : -i'. ', .,. t 4,. 100 me,n 'J se Zabala, and Asiseto Zambra- meeting May 16. ward later steps.
have been loaned to 'British -,' -
that American hydrogen bombe
AL his -distinguished 'visitori 84,'Iweut 'i r1,,,,,,, ,.' ; f the survivors
as well; ini .;a0me,, 0 no
S. ''' 81 't '''
'
'''' '''''''' 'It '' ' 0 an C.'
7 to tall at Walter -Reed 'AMY Me' pg. ,p u d .. ..,
4 '''' I 111 II ''' Target- of :the fiv'e Men killed in the se-; ';
, A Canal 'Zone fireman; James Wood participated in con- market idea "essentially a dy- RAY. bomber units. -::',,,, ' :,
' i dieel''-;tenter '''-yesterday ''.' after- icasso an mg ,, : :-, -.7-,- cident will !therein the settlement. ''
EAdeDaniel, who was peemanent- struction of the Panama Canal melte concept". The bombs are under Amer., ;,
,
noon. ,..!,,!: ,? ...f,, '''' litriti-;-if,iii::,0--iiii- ,, ,,'' rtOM ,: ly injured in the e x a 1 o s i o n. from 1904 until 19.4, at one,time It notes that while Latin ican guard' at supply durum in -
They,' layiGen..1,tiorge Catlett '' '. brought suit against the ship in he was chief quartermaster America today has 193 000,000 Britain a s okesman said D1 '' ':
' '4' ". '' ' : Veterans
w '''' American
Ct.'inaveral' ..0 ,, --,
, the' Federal District Court in New Later he became executive head' million people, it may' reach the eve'nt afi) war, a propo;tion '',' 4,,','
Marshall,,..18; Amerlea'S ",:. War ,..., ,'-q r'll : ''' '
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, ,lt ,Itimy chief 'of staf,f,..Ying Lino' ''''' : .. '''', -.:., ',:. -- '','.. ,", ''CAPE' CANAVERAL, Els., MaY York City,. His case, which was of Sears, Roebuck and Company, 300,000,000 by 1975 at the pre- of the hydrogen bombs needed .! .',
s, tionless -end' virtualli..epeechless, Getlig,,Welcome
61UPI)- The second combat-type recently remanded by the U. S. and nationally ',prominence as sent rapid growth of poptea- by the RAF. bomber fleet wOuld ',',.'..
, the victim of ii,.stroke....':.!,--,,:,,.'.
At London Auction , Supreme-Court for a new trial, is businessman. - tions.
inilisile' 0 It'"-. have to come from thts source, :',:.
1, Then they'saw John- FosteF tint- ,, ,,,,,,.,,,,,, .. .. ,, Shark' bitercontinetal tr in d,,on
',,,,, still pending, he added.
''' I ' h ' t ''' '', ' ', -, with an 'electronic eye a e ,n, .ussian Tour Tour.
. Tour. .,, ',,',.One other injured emtoleye, Hen- : Hie talk will include reminis- Cepal takes note there is The spokes m a n said the ."
s me worry in Latin America Ani
es, 71, .t e,se.cretary- of sta is ..,'
LONuON ''', May 6 (UPI ,- th stars; eped southeast '.,todaY ', --144 4 ,
erican bombs '- will pe ree.::: ,,.
who onl it ',few Months' agO, soar.,
A paintine py PaPio"' Ptiteh a staid() toweard its' terget 5,000 piles' dowel., ',,
MOSCOW '(11150.-eSeven kinie 1-: ry-11, Freeman a Company steve- cences of Canal construction o
den elimination of tariffs and
44 edk 'kerma oceans', in 'jet "-tanker brought $154.,000 toci
ufacture as soon as British ',4':,
t,heCA,tlantic traelrieg range. ,,,Lii, c.11,. vete!tabittell'th '' Elbe' Iti rer dere foreman, s' Iso brought. separ- days and communisni Re it af- over the consequences pi sud- Placed bY those of British matte',,,... ''s
eta ta wervtda mat:as:its 1neNomeeprYomerikspensdetrteleemenetnlyt fecTtshethaennPuaaniammeett tCinagnalw.
ill be other "economic defenses."
planee.'''Yesterday;':,Dulles;,4 who..
production catches up With 'the ''.,,' :
of the !Inchon ,aiderai:titaboellst-4 it''',,s no, ,target in. this ,,,test tFt e. htut-up Wi e uss ps
0 is fighting-the, raijiges of veneer
, t million dollars Wo of,stnodern Was a patch ofr water,near ',5 Pin War II ended visit to Leningra
ford, President o,f the Society. mseirnittger uontdAergriEclueittaurein, ecluodme! needs of its forces.
was in 'a' wheel- chair,..,,,,, 'i.,,,. -,".,
:',, , ,... and impressionist art' whiolisLon! cension ,:Island;., midwaY "4 between tod ' '' presided OVer by Stephen Latch- eanamats Cepal delegation d
Sir' 'Winston,' ,who : ,moves '4, Vila ),
' .,;,,' fro,,, m the ride owners.
donerir, hoped would make 't,betV Brazil and, the' easVeoast, VA-, , : : :A ,, .. The RAI'. has a stockpile-Of '''''''t ''''
' .. --' 1 6:". ' ? 1 t II ' '
merce and Industry Alberto sesa sufficient H-bomberf to .'. ,,
some diffkulty himself beeaule, of 8. h
city t e world's' art center.', ,., , frita.."'The' weapon r makers ..ec The- nett stop Maurice H. Thatcher, only sur atomic bombs but does nbt pose,:. : f
what the President ; called vi" S s n"stf Cristobal Teacher ..,,..,
viving member of the' original
, 'the The ,, Picasso I pieee .:, -went -.' to that a Sue fired ever the ,North where ther,,,Were,to receive a key,
, Wear end tear of.tinie. walked to liueeniland,-,Au'stralia, art gallant Pole' On ,11 4 wartime itlight r, coldd to the, city,, ,,,,,,,,,. ,,'! ',,,,,i ;,,,,,4' '-,,, ,. ,,,. .,: .-,r Isthmian ) Canal Commission Boyd, minis t e r of Public mount a retaliatory attackNith., : '
'the foot 'of ,. Mirshall's ,",,bed a d
a. l ,, ,; .' n for' what spokesmat," st Sothe devastate targets' deep, in Rustis ,- ,. v.-N, : ...,1 ,,, ,,' and ,a former Governat of Ca- ,,,....
Works Roberto Lopez Fabre- out American help.
I chatted with the five-star gen- by's famed auction 'firm said, was with a hydrogen, warhead. '.. I ,-,, '''. A-' spokeirman;' Jeep)) PolowskY, ,..
' ige 106 sit Returns
, nal Zone, will, be toatsmaster. ga and Comptroller General Britain and the 11.8. hitve Is :-
, erid'e wife for-Sbout twe minutes'. wit,world record findeel .:for :' i,,With- a. flash 01 flatlet the- 'ith;- of ,Chicago sald 150,000 people' at '7,,, ,...' , --- Inocenele Galindo.
similar arrangement With the '- '.
he 't', Mra. Marshall, 'assured the, knit- Picasso,7 The previous record euc- breathineSeark, blasted,. ofl at the Leningrad, Stadium .stood -slid irin' 11
Alf2d2- i.11 61 RAF W.II B b Others named are: sile bases being estargishect in
, er, prime, minfstee that her'! ewe lion price, for' a Picasso was $152,- 11:36 p.m fro its mobile la ch- applauded .when they Were Intro- lu rg,..1. rm ur ,,,,,, ,0 I OM nuclear warheads for thor inise '
quDelodgeenoesbadreriol,a mRaorisoa, dHe eDnirel- tthhies meoitmssitiryes., Bbruittisthheereuw43'. Tans ,,: .1 ..'1:. :,.'
band ,was delighted;to nee '',. him.' 000' paid in New York last No' ing '''. Platform,,; About five iseconds dueed et, ir,',football igaine, yeetert, ,,,,,,,,,, k ' , Secret Eciuipment
Marshall ,,,, recognized ..,,, Churchill, yember.. ...,.. , 4 ',,' ,' '41 '.;',. 4..-,, later, its twe : solid fuel boosters day, 01i ,V,',4,..- '''''''' l!' ., ',6-''
, but was 'unable 'to '''' '' ' '..x,y Roush matherna t 1 c s
,,.,,, , ,Converse With, -,,Overall,:160 impressionist 0,end drred off led,' stacted s brush ,L, ...-', ,,4' "-re ',,,,' 4 4 14': le 1
,
' UM ''. '''''-':".4.3.7:..1' '''I'''''''' '''' '',', ''' -114 modern paintings were put on the far at the tip ef, the cape, 'Polowskralt the t T go, Louis Martinz, Jaime de la custody of the warheads. ,' i. .''-''
Guardia, Eduardo McCullough, i 1. ', ,. :4;
' The- meeting with Dulles faited
, ,,, block, In the first half hour, sales r, The',troops, who,lized the 'North- Ingrid included 'a 'visit to a ,Rus nen i has', resigned his posi posiLONDON
LONDON posiLONDON (UPI) ,-' The Royll
Ismael Olivaree, ivied I. Men- rit,...,
doze, Alfonso Tejeira, Luisa E. wl.3erVC 11 a
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-0 ,, 1 '''Lk' ,' ' ' totaled 8280,000. Many' hundred& of rop-made missile were irnembers sian teterane hospital hire ith th Canal Zone --" '.
: the tion w 0 ., ,.
te,,nn000rie.1; At Cristo b a I
night 0 Air n Fo r4 r A ce ou an ri nou a ne lend it owpould Quezada, Juvenal A; Castrellon h g tional k .-$
, ,i,,,,,, ,,, .,, ,,, ,., ,, persons, were, turned away before of,ISACts- 556th ',Strategic- Missile Americanir paised0 outtwt-Amete'riteeann;
'''' F ''''Ne ' t.
L., we.' w.,Freople ., h le be ill P k )
e se ganin e, lie ed Snow., Squ,adron, ,, Later this ,yeat the, cigarettes and otandk end. visit ona school' at Reno, Nevada,' i
School to, return:to his prer
b announced by ,the 'tie bomb a Turkish- mountain top A., Jorge R.. Paredes, Emilio mantime Day ...:': i;-..
it 4,. .,; ,,,, ,..,., ;, , ,,, ,,. .....;,, roome, ''',:, ,ei111, '. ,.:,.-.,;,,,,,,,'',, ... ,,...1 55eth will -move ',to' presque' Isle, to. S. school. i.where. they doo63d has, ,een ,. .,, near' 'the,' Stiviet border today to ' , ...t. ,. ,
to . h a. ;, ,I,
, - Maine set p the, at opera- ring-ar und-s-vosy w t be chit, IFIBIOn Of SC 001 t
. ,1,' 'Joined' PanConal.,,,.. ,' tfr,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,.. ,, ,, fir. ,, ,n, 1, th,t .., ,,, 4nd 1 demOlish secret, rocket equipment
Says Eisenhoitterz-'-','' ,-
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notarians-,tin tional 5n:0k-based, ,l, '.e,-,,.,,,,, ,, dren.,; ''.4 0:4; ',; '," ,'-''''-.:. '',' '..d ,, , After the :school efin a A 1,,,., a
I ''''''. '' ".--'' ' June be will go' to Itufte,Uni- '-tS!',,, s
' te';'c' in plane creak.,
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, verelty in Medford, Massii holiat ,, The emdpment was ''' scattered W 7 Friday,' May 21.,' has been. desig .; ::' i
'' 0 ''', .Akr.L':-1,.:,,,...4,',.',..; ..'' ,-.,,:,';',,i''' 2',,o'i,e: ., a e r;, n ewer s n P'OSO r-mirt CS .";.:,:: bolos been awarded a ,,,c ,. 1 1
,. hear the top of 14,000-foot Mount lk I H
a s a,. ospital pitted as NatiepatMaritime ,' Day... .
' ',1 .; ,-,'.,,, Five betel OmPloires, all ol' them p, ;,,..,. 0 ', ,..... ,,,, ,L,,,,, ,, ,,,,, ii, a, ,,, ,, .. ...,,
ns, e cone' ,.,,,,y lbw sponsored bY the' 41111'-' S bh D bout 1 fro ' '''' ''''
- 4 ,,, u ail ag, a 100 ml es m , in proclamation issued by Presi- ." ",,
,'),,,,,t' Allred. locally, joined the Canal or txprt4o linch A 'I i'' 1' '. if 'fr. ''''' 6.''' ''. ''''''''''.. '
i Science Foundation.',A ;, ,,,,4,,,,,.,,, 'he Soviet 'borders When i 'British NEW YORK (UPI) Arthur dent Eisenhower' 1 , ',:. ', ,.. N
4 ,; ganizition dueing' ApriLt4 One ., of .,,:s i,,,, ',,,I.,, .4 ",,,, ,'' -,, ..,.- ,,,,. ,, 's a n' C ou s Lower Ter -ftrature,':
'1,11e, will spend six weeks 'tak- troon' transport crashed 13, d ys
, GodireY, uP SMI beta and watch- Governor ',W,' E. Potter his(eall : .,'
' .'.,, ,, them: bad 'prior Canal leryiee. ', ,,' :
: Reberto tteyna''.Ezee ti Dire ' '' litel :4'''' Mg a course in leatheMaticit and g ' ,,
r- IT ing television., was reported today ed attention ", to the Proclemetion
0,,,..,,,,, She, Is Addle' B. Hood, or Bleetie; tor of Panitinali Water and EeWer ,, .."'"V'..' ., ,,'.'',' :.; .,',''''' ,;"- ',. Vie,' secret missile equipment moving toward quick 'recovery
which states that special stein., ..
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1,7, '' ailetet. KY& biological aid bt' the of the current project nf extending ',mainly at Balboa ,Deighhi And madden Dam etmlons. ,,,, ',, fore coming ,to the Canal Zane buried'.the bodies of the victime announcement said..r L N., desigested in ,1933 to commetese ,,
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ot' 0MItnt.''Of Xilleringo MD., mathin- ,, The luncheon session will be held trail rains which, starteit last week, ey .wednesdar the Iced ;' ,M has been' 'living in Coco oes to try to brine down .the room entirely' without assistance" Georgia, On MAY 22,4818 of the S. i ':
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, There is no letup to the tornadoes, and one came near get get,
, get, Al.,. gg -us last week. Hit the little village of Summettet some 10
Mulles south, and twisted every house off the foundation and no
' one even hurt
My friends, the Hinkles keep me well posted with Clippings
from the papers that I nt and letters that some have sent for
me.
With cloudy weather, it is best for my eyes. They don't seem
to improve.
The governor signed a bill for a medical college to be built
here. The old town is sure picking up new buildings. They are
going up everywhere.
It depends on how I keep up if we do any running arotmd
this summer. I still feel good, though short of wind at times. The
Hinkles triform me they intend to visit Texas. Will surely be
glad to see them around.
Pop Wright.

SMATHE RS' COMMENTS

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., Congratulations to "Reconsideration" for his letter (Mail Box,
April 30).
What authority has Senator Smathers (D-Fla.) to say that the
i government of Panama is one of the most democratic? Does he fail
to -realize that ,those responsible for Remon's bumping off still oc oceupy
eupy oceupy high positions? Why hasn't the present administration done
, 'anything to bring these killers to justice after Ruben Mire made a
. ,-' laughing stock of government's handling of this case?
,
, Does 3mathers know that the Secreta Nacional raids and ran ran4
4 ran4 s' sacks citizens' private homes without even a search warrant, with
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t the, flimsy excuse that they are complying with superior orders?
' Does he know that citizens are held for many days without a speci specir,
r, specir, fic charge being pressed against them?
- .4,- Does he remember when Sen. parnell Thomas visited the Canal
604 Zone, how he WPS taken off his ship and rushed on a stretcher to
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ft,A Gorges Hospital from where he wrote some garbage stating that
0'6' there was much communistic activity in Panama? After a while
top
so back in the US Thomas was investigated by his government and
v4;00 was found padding Uncle Sam's payroll with some of his kin and
ti had to serve a stretch in prison. How about that?
In my humble concept, I would rate as a communist anyone that
5 tries to keep the working class living in a sub-standard manner.
''' Right here in the Canal Zone many of them will be found on 'Uncle
esirv'Saminy's payroll
tl.te.4 I refer to those who are thoroughly against the single-wage set--
tits. many of these bigots have gone as far as to ask the local raters:
, "N'trhat do you WSW tr. make more money for anyhow? What are
, you going to with so much money?"
4 c.,;,I think the only teason a local rater would want more money
,I4- ler is to better bis standard of living. I am sure everyone will agree
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7 ; '' SettliF3',. ill Attain' morning newspapet0 prtegted pe manner lit
, li wittelrOarof Ita tenorters. and a photogranher were treated byt the
I Milian,' Guard. ,11The reporter was not allowed to interview Dame
i Mateo Fonteyn. the photOgranher's camera was confiscated and
thelifin taken away from, him although he did not take a picture, and
1' then 'the photoorpoher was chased off the terrace of the airport
4
where the public is allowed, saltine simply that they were comolv comolvs
s comolvs insfovith "superior orders." This incident was reported to the SIP
4 Linteramerican Society of Press).
: f Vs this airport incident a fair demonstration of a democratic gov gov1
1 gov1 ,iiisesent9 Then I really would not like to see a communistic regime..
; ''-0,-,-President de la Guardia may have good intentions for the cowl cowls
s cowls tril,,but Pt this moment he is only a puppet. The man on the street
' knows this well.
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ARMS FOR THE LOVE OF ALLAH

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It seems to me the National Guard did oretty well out of the
Cuban invasion In addition to all those interegting armaments they
mfound and commandeered. this time they got a ship too.1
Since I have been in Panama I have noticed that pictures in the
0 local Spanish press depict discovered arms caches with almost as
4 much persistence As corpses. which is really saying something.
Presumably all these weapons go straight onto a Guardsman's
hip or into the National Guard armory so by now, after years and
I years of revolutionsall with their inevitable discoveries of arms
: cachesthe National Guard should be positively bristling with weap weapons
ons weapons and ammunition. So it rather puzzled me to see that they had
to buy weapons from the United States to stave off the threat of the
4 Cuban invasion
I am not attacking nr criticizing the National Guard or the goy goyernment
ernment goyernment in any way but one cannot help wondering about these
'; things.
Men there was that business of 500 women volunteering for Red
4! Cross duty. Well. I was talking to a lady who attended the meeting
called by the President's wife to start recruiting. This lady was pqz pqzzled
zled pqzzled when she was called upon to put her signature on three differ different
ent different lists.
I simpose all governments take propaganda measures to stimu stimulate
late stimulate national unity at a time of threat And distorting the truth a lit little
tle little with this object is not I think morally wrong.
However, in a small country like this, things get around and
things get talked about and rumors about dishonesty can be whis whispered
pered whispered oh so swiftly from lip to lip.
Just Curious

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By VICTOR RIESEL
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(With tho first swooping anti antiracketeering
racketeering antiracketeering labor reiorm
in our history at tho half way
mark, this columnist fantod with
scores of members of the asiousa.
of Representatives who can
make or brook the proposed
law. Hors is tho rosult thoso
convorsations and oxs.usivo
torviows.)
Fireworks in July wifl not all
explodd on the Fourth. About two
weeks later, labor leaders will bel
sending up flares from Capitol'
Hill, summoning their friends
back from the lakes and Euron Euronean
ean Euronean inspection trips, because it
now appears tnat the union re reform
form reform bill which will be placed on'
President Eisenhower's desk will
be a lot tougher then, even he
wants.
This will be the result of what
'the angered Senator ..from Ar-i
kansas told the resolved Repro.
sentative .,from North Carolina
during a month of conferences on
how to smash the racktes inside
labor and industry.
For more than four weeks early
this session, Sen. McClellan work.
ed, closely and privately with
Rep. Graham Barden, chairman
of the House Labor Committee.
Each then wrote a bill. As Mr.
Barden put it to me the other day,
those "bills are kissin' cousins.
John McClellan stormed the Sen Sen'ate
'ate Sen'ate and pushed through part of his
proposals against the crime syn syndicate's
dicate's syndicate's invasions.
Now the fight for a tougher
law is a sort of subdupd rags
1 sloop in tho Nous. The battling
is ovor this Bardon bill. Among
other things, this bill would hay.
the unions moister with tho Se Secretary
cretary Secretary of Labor, who can with withhold
hold withhold a cortifica.ion if tho re records
cords records filed aro crooked. No car cartificatono
tificatono cartificatono tax oxiimption for
the union and no rights bofsro
the National Labor Rolations
Board. k
Furthermore, this bill gives the
Secretary of Labor the right to
cancel a certificate of union ope operation
ration operation if crooks take Over. The Ca Cabinet
binet Cabinet member can also oust
wrongdoing union officials.
The Barden bill would prevent
any union from using dues, union
expense accounts, autos or other
property or salaried officials for
politicking or lobbying in Wash Washington
ington Washington or state capitals. There are
sections which could end indus-
try-wide, coast-to-coast strikes
and charge unions with monopo monopoly
ly monopoly power.
And there Is a bill ofrights si similar
milar similar to what Sen. Meetellan past.
.ed onto the, ,Kennedy-Erwin- bill
passed by the Senate last week..
Other Representatives will at attempt
tempt attempt to outlaw all picketing ex except
cept except during an actual strike. A
push will be made to prevent a
union from striking against a com company
pany company handling goods of another

There will' even be drive for,
a national right-to-work law
which means a Federal ban on
collective bargaining contracts
Which call for workers to join un unions
ions unions and have their dues' checked
off.
Certainly all this won't be in the
final draft when it's laid before
the President. But those who know
how the House of Representatives
operates say that some of the
toughness will be. forced on the
Senate version. Here's why:
A majority df the House, which
includes many Democrats of
course, is far more conservative
and neutral on labor than the &m &mate.
ate. &mate. New. York, for example, has
two Republican Senators, Jick
Javits and Kenneth Keating. Af After
ter After conferencing with labor Vic
ials, they voted for an easier Sen Senate
ate Senate bill.
3ut there are 43 Representativ Representatives
es Representatives in the House from 'he Empire
State. Of these, some 16 to 18 are
for though anti racket laws. Mul Multiply
tiply Multiply this by many states. Alaba Alabama
ma Alabama and Texas, for example, have
Senators friendly to labor. But
there are many times that many
Representatives trim those st4tes
who are neutral and more deter determined
mined determined than the upper house men.
All this will become annarent
sometime between May 15 and
June 1. Rep. Barden tells me that
during those weeks his committee
will begin discussing the' bill it
hopes to send out on the House
floor. By July, the House should
have a go at it. BY mid-July the
House document will be put along alongside
side alongside the Senate bill. The COTI,SenSUS
iS that the Senate will have to
bend in conference.
"We'll have a bill for th'e Pre President's
sident's President's signature," Rep. Barden
says.. "Everybody knows the pu public
blic public wants one that will keep law
and order. If we don't get one now,
it will be another fve or 10 years
before' we do. So one will pass
but a good one

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Joan Crawford probably is the
:op stocKnoider in fepsi. .A. N.
Steele, her late husband was
clue'. He made her beneficiary ai
a 4rge block of his stock. She
also owns, $.150,000 which he in invested
vested invested as a wedding gift. Joan
win not have to change the mono monograms
grams monograms on the family imotor
cars. Mr. Steele had them in inscribed
scribed inscribed witk her initials. Julie
Andrews, the "My Fair Lady."
creator of that rble, reconciled
her paients, parted 5 years.
Time niag reported that leatb leatbarine
arine leatbarine Cornell-, "never made a
movie". .Wasn't she in "Stagg
Door Cant e e n".? ,"Kis Me
Kate," the Cole Porter musical
smash (of seasons AO), sent
original backers dividend check
45.1 Royalties, from s t oic k
ttroupes; Ate. .t ritteki, Nelgonliays
he how Etuys all the fan ma,gs to
see which gal he's gonna marry.

Walter Winchell In New York

Tennessee Williams, who will
get around $1,500,000 from the
Broadway and H'wood deals for
his smash "Sweet Bird of Youth,"

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firm which is on strike. This isa got 'only $1,500 Mom Esquire for
the secondary boycott.
the text. Mid:own real estaters
There will even be I drive for, ipromiie that you won't recognize
a national right-to-work law Bmadway in about two years.
which means a Federal ban on They are ge ting rid, they hope,
collective bargaining contracts
Which call for workers to join un- za places have already disappear disappearof
of disappearof the cheapness. Many of the Piz Pizions
ions Pizions and have their dues checked d Nat (King) Cole will tour the
off.
British Isles after his prosperous
Certainly all this won't be in the South American tour. He was
final draft when it's laid before abroad six years ag. ,..The
the President. But those who know Week's Golden Boy: Hairy 'Cole 'Colehow
how 'Colehow the House of Representatives man. 23, just quit his cashier job
operates say that some of the
toughness will be forced on the flew to Movieburg With a Para Paraat
at Paraat 'rhe Metropole nightspot and
Senate version. Here's why:
moun' contract. They've already
A majority df the House, which prettified his name to Cole Har Harincludes
includes Harincludes many Democrats of
riga His only show biz exper expercourse,
course, expercourse, is far more conservative
ience was a bit role in. "Body
and neutral on labor than the Scn ScnBeautiful,"
Beautiful," ScnBeautiful," a flop in '57. . Oh
ate. New York, for example, has
Fergoodnessakes! Now they have
two Republican Senators, Jick
a rot-and-roller record of "Some
Javits and Kenneth Keating. Af AfEnchanted
Enchanted AfEnchanted Evening," that darling
ter conferencing with labor offic
ials, they voted for an easier Sen- ""11'
ate bill.
Kim 'Novak's cpmmunique on
3ut there are 43 Representativ RepresentativHollywool:
Hollywool: RepresentativHollywool: "From now on I cin
es in the House frqm 'he Empire only go up. I have it rock bottom
State. Of these, some 16 to 18 are
hv being wrongly handled. wronq wronqfor
for wronqfor though anti racket laws. MI:1-
ly advised, and made to look like
tiply this by many states. Alaba Alabaan
an Alabaan idio'. I want to beeome a bet.
ma and Texas, for example, have
ter actress. which I think I am
Senators friendly to labor. But ,, ..
ng becatite I can't-get any
there are many times that many ""'
worse". .Ticket broker George
Representatives frm those st4tes
Solotaire Vailled the poor Monday
who are neutral and more deter- night business in the theatres on
mined than the upper house men. neou,,. te'vea tchow. "The Un UnAll
All UnAll this will become annarent
touchahles". ."This hasn't hap hapsometime
sometime hapsometime between May 15 and een-d," he adds. "sinee the Milton
June 1. Rep. Barden tells me that
during those weeks his committee on a lot of weloht. A wag ninnett
will begin discussing the bill it Berle days". .13rando ix putting
this note on his door. "Please
hopes to send out on the House Don't -Feed the Star" .Pro,locer
floor. By July, the House should
have a go at it Bv mid-July the
House document will be put along- Norman KTRIMI says he will not
aide the Seam.. hill Th.. nienwt book!' 0 d ueectitil ohen het;
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'read it. "Because I suspect my in intro
tro intro will be nothing but a tefuta tefutation
tion tefutation of the book": l'allen Angel
Dep't: "The Naked Goddess"
movies will le released as "De "DeDoll."
Doll." "DeDoll."
Gene Austin's nett album is a
corker. Coming out shonly unless
we'v been skewpt again. He
has a torchant for Roberta Sher Sherwood
wood Sherwood called: "How Does It Fell
TO Be Forgotten?" Austin plans
writing a Broadway musical for
het. .Johriny Mack's soft-shoe
magic in Jimm) Durrante's act is
delightful. He has a debonair way
on stage and his tclp hat, white tie
and tails wardrobe reminds you
of Britain's Jack Buchanan, Mr.
Class. .Darryl Zanuck's plans
include 5 films. He held out a against
gainst against percentage deals but the
conpe'ititign is, tOQ seve,re and be
100, meta -,,importaA,t o stars
books. and PlaYs. So he will now
give in. .Wonder What He
Means? Director Philip Dunne
says the reapn Carol Lvnley und
Nina Shipman wear tight blue
leans in 20th's film, 'Blue Denim,'
is that "they have dramatic
movement."

It was good to read how the New
York pohce went to all that bo bother
ther bother guarding Dr. Castro in Cen Central
tral Central Park, where muggers have
murdered pedestrians. Now if the
gendarmes would only make it
sate for the rest of us. .Recom .Recommended:
mended: .Recommended: Victor Borge's album,
"The Adventures of Oicco lo, Saxie
and Company". d.Paramount is
excited about gorgeous Diana
Spencer to be seen soon in tier
first flicker, "Don't Give Up The
Ship," starring Jerry Lewis. Dia Diana
na Diana is a Scarsdale looker. 0 .David
Wayne 'must be very certain that
his nex, stirrer, "The Egg,"
won't lay one. He's investing 510.-
000 of his own loo in the play.
The star of a B'way musical Is
on non-spealing terms with ever
member of the cast. Quite a re--
cord and quite a cast.,
--
Everyone is hoping Arthui God Godfrey
frey Godfrey wins his grim figh. A champ
may be knocked down, but he al always
ways always wins by a knockout. .Russ
Carlyle, the Roseland singeir
maes'ro, has this problem. Sings
too much like Sinatra. He wrote
Sinatra's 1950 song hit, "If I
Ever Love )Again". Crooner
Jimmy Dean will move in 'July.
Prim Connecticut to New JerSeY.
Says le wants to be closer to
Texas. .Candy Jones has a piece
in the next TV' Guide revealing
this disillttsioning fac': Much of
the pulchrituted men admire in
TV commercials is counterfeit.
The reason, she idds, is that the
lsdies in the Tv Rds of'en wear
fake fingertutils, phony eyelashes,

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spurious teeth (caps), store
bought hair and their ,bras are
loaded 7,vith footsies.... Sean
Casey said ,it:. "The theatre's no
illace for people who bleed
-
Helen Hayes's next starring
vehicle will be "Every Girl Needs
a. Parlor," set for early 1960. Her
hair will be dyed green for it.
Van Johnsoil hopes to retire hi
1961 What does he, hope to do
about all that boredom?. Soig Soigstress
stress Soigstress Arlene ,Fotanas a big hit at
, the London Palladium, virtually
starved 4 years until she got The
Big Break. .Arlene's new beau is
the propietor of Danny's Hide Hideaway,
away, Hideaway, a cozy midtown eatery for
' celebs and otbers, But she-can't
enjoy his cuisine. Has to watch her
weight. Suicide Must be more fun
,; .Grable saw the. ideal
English movie the other night; It
had American subtitles. The
"La Pluine" east was taken back
stage of the Music Hal Robert
Dhery, star Of the hit, looked at
the tremendous place and sighed:
"I've olaved in towns smaller
than this!"
'
Howcum the N.Y. ,Times Sab Sabbath
bath Sabbath Mail omitted "Flower Drum
Song" director Gene Kelly from
its essay on director-choreogra
ers of Broadway clicks? It in.j
rludri Robbins, Fosse and KW...,
Me first pages of Rosie sizzling'
memoirs Pre reportedly so good
three publishers are iniereste4
Sho4v biz Iz Like Diz: Eddie
Hodges, the child charmer in "Mu
sic Man," gets featured billing ln
Sinatra's next film, "Hole in the
Head." George DeWitt, who dis discovered
covered discovered the little boy on TV's
"Name That Tune," plays a bit...
India will' enter the sexpot
sweepeakei with Malayan beauty
Maria Menado. 'rhey say she
makes Brigitte look like a Boy
Headline: "NBC Strike Causes
13slackout of Bard Film".
We imagine Ahe programs sched scheduled
uled scheduled against it broke into tears.-
Harry ,Truman's chums report
that he- has' scadk of amusing in inside
side inside stiO and Codes on habits of
Presidenti, especially Coolidge's.
triiman 'collected them while in
the White- House. Probably a book
one da.' .Eliot Ness, author of
;The Untouchables" (Deallu't re recent
cent recent two-part offering), die d
broker-as Ave-noted th ether day
It war his determination that 'put
Capone l'out, of 'ousiness and into
Alcatriti.,.firlbes which couldn't
touch ,Nisa made others rich.
Mr. Ness; ,svho died in 1957, ran
for Mayor of Cleveland and was
defeated,,,k rine ,reward. He then
tried idling a. mew form of ham hamburger
burger hamburger lto tafidwich shops) but
touldn'Cralsel',,the money W. ex exploit
ploit exploit it. to,;
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The state of Idaho did not
,r1, have' permanent settlers until
' the gold rush which started In
1860, when Capt.t. D. Pierce
discovered ,gold in ()rot Tine
Creek; in northern Idaho. Then
' gold seekers red In from
all directions. Prom California
. came the men who had failed
to- get rich itt the California
gold fields. Citizens from Ore Oregon
gon Oregon and from the Pttget sound
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WASHINGTON.-- Lou Nichols.
executive vice ',- president
Schenley Distillers, is uot the on only
ly only big liquor executive playing a
backstage': part influencing
'Washington. Nichola was the chiel
author of the recent criticism of
the Stipreme Court adopted by the
American- Bar Association wnich
has kicked up such a firor in legal
Circlek,
'
But ha has company.' Tempe
rance groups have been casLing.
an eye on soma other influential
liquor excutives and lobbyists.
' One is Clinton Hester, ,lobbyld
for the US; Brewen Foundation,
who makes it a 'practice ...,,,,every
year to entertain the office staffs
of Democratic-,tongressmen and
their wives at his-palatial Virginia
estate near- Lexington. v.. ',
Significaptly, Harry WingSt,014
disbursing clerk. of the House
of Representatives, helps 'arrange
for, this very plush weekend punt
with meals, rooms, plenty of liquor
and' a Saturday-mght dance;- all
for the giveaway price of Idve
bucks. This nomibal ,tab permits
guests to claim. they are not tree-,
Loaders.
After spending the. weekend wrth
lobbyist Hester, the assistants of
Democratic Congressmen, natu naturallY
rallY naturallY are inclined to throw l open
the doors whenever Hester wants
to do a little buttonholing for the
US Brewers Foundation.
Previously, temperance grOups
concentrated on Vice Presideut'
Richard M. Nixon's administra administrative
tive administrative assistant, Robert L king,
who was on leave as general ma manager
nager manager of Southern Comfort Distil Distillery.
lery. Distillery. The National Temperance League
pointed out that important le legislation
gislation legislation was, before Congress, in-
volving rulei and regulations tor
liquor advertising, and Wet South Southern
ern Southern Comfort whiskey, which is
100-proof, was ,advertising itself
as 'Deliciously- Different."
"The Prestige Gift From the Old
South," though actually it was no
better nor worse than 18 other
liquors advertised in the same Is-1
sue of Life magazine.
Nixon finally bowed, dropped
King as hisassistant.
Temperance groups an also
taking a. look at the manner in
which members of Congress serve
liquor in the old Supreme Court
chamber, and elsewhere in the
Capitol.
In the old days, liquor flowed so
freely under the Capitol dome that
it became a nationai scandal. Some
of our well-known statesmen, a among
mong among them Daniel Webster, were
as potted as palms when they
spoke on the Senate floor.
' Finally Congress passed' it hw
forbidding the serving of liquor
within a certain distance of the
Capiotl buildings. In the last few
years, however, liquor has even
been served officially in the old
Supreme Court chamber in the
very center of the Capitol build building.
ing. building. So temperance leaaers are ask asking
ing asking Congressional leaders whether
they intend to live up to the lima
they write.
, AMERICAN JUSTICE
When George Lincoln Rockwell,
worshipper of Adolf Hitler and
distributor of anti-Jewish litera literatcre,
tcre, literatcre, came up before Judge Alex Alexander,Holtzof
ander,Holtzof Alexander,Holtzof fin the U.S. District
Court in the District of Columbia,
he had no lawyer. Though Rock Rockwell
well Rockwell had brought a libel suit he
could get no lawyer to handle his
case.
"You hav enot been able to get
a lawyer?" asked ,Jude Holtzoff.
"No," replied Rockwell.
You had better get yoursel a
!Muer," advised tlie judge. "Go
out and try the lawyers assign assignment
ment assignment panel, and if you can't get
one, come hack to me and I will
suspend the proceedings witil next
week."
Jedge Holtzoff is 'Jewish. Rock Rockwell
well Rockwell has urged international
Jewish control authority to execute

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Busiest 4. lackstage'; buttonholer :
.POR,THE Senate conlitmation for,
Adm.. LOW AS Strauss to, be 'Secre 'Secretary
tary 'Secretary of Commerce Is Senator Byrd
of Virginia. Byrd ,has, beee' way-
layinchis friends from the' 'Deep
South urging them, to :--vote
Strauss. '
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neativinchester, Va., in the beau-
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apple trees are in blossom. -,
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ly exclusively from the-South, At this Patti
party who should turn up, as the
sole nen-Senator guest, however,
but Strauss. ---,,
son,;liairy, Jr:, is
a director-4 of the ':,Internabenal
Rayon Company, .1:4ontrolled by.
forwer Secretary of the ITreasu-,
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used to serve as technlial- advi adviser
ser adviser of, International Rayon, and '''
like the Byrd family, is also close-
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of commerce "' after, the Waite
House tad '' conclude Strauss
could liot be reconfirmed as
chairman of the Atomic Energy
Commission.
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-Both the State and Defense De Departments
partments Departments bave politely asked
Sterling Cole, head of the Interna International
tional International Atomic Energy Agency, to
stop badgering the Air Force for
free transportation,
Cole had a record in Congress
of getting his furniture repaired
at tCpngressional workshops. Af After
ter After his appointment to the inter international
national international agency, he demanaed
free flights around Europe far Ms
Wile and himself; also requested
free passage home te the 'United
States at least a( half dozen times,
including ,a Christmas trip last
December..
Cole kept demanding air taxi
service around Europe, until the
Air Force attache in Vienna sent
the Pentagon a plaintive cable,
asking what he should do. The Air
Force sent back word that. it
could no longer approve free trav travel
el travel for Mr. and Mrs. Cole.
Despite this, the demands kept
coining in. So in a desperate at attempt
tempt attempt to keep Cole ,out of its air9
planes, the Air Force appealed to
the State Department and,, the
House Armed Services Committee
to please have Cole use, commer commercial
cial commercial airlines in the luturiy,:,
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Baum, 25, Joins the Washing-
ton, D.C., z:ookie police ,class.:
Her lather, FBI agerit
Carter Baum, was shot to death
by Baby Face Nelson at Spider
Lake Wis. Edith ems 11 months
at the time. ,

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IN REVIEW :-- The 4th Gun Bit., 517th Arty., passes in review during a recent parade at Ft. Clayton. During a recent parade at Ft. Clayton. During ceremonies that
preceded the parade: units of the organization were given awards for proficiency-in fjring during the third quarter of FY59. Lt; Col. Wendell P. Knowles, commander of the
unit, reviewed the troops and the awards were made by Brig. Gen. Milton L. Ogdeni deputy commander, USARCABIB. (US Army Photo)

Diffielt Battle
lk,e's'llast Aid-Program'

'WASHINGTON (11P1)--Undersecretary
of State C. Douglas
, Dillon yesterday opened the ad adminiStration's
miniStration's adminiStration's uphill fight for ap approval
proval approval of President 'Eisenhower's
$.3,9002000,000 foreign aid program
calling 'it "truly vital" to peace
and the nation's survival.
Testifying before the Senate
Foreign Relations Committee, Dil Dillon
lon Dillon declared that "a stronger
case can be made for increasing
than decreasing" the aid pro program.
gram. program.
, 'He saM that without the aid
program, "worldwide despair and
defeat are inevitablewith it, the
hope for the future can be
- bright."
4 It was Dillon's first appearance
before a congressional group
since---the" President norriinatedl,
him to be second-in-command of
,? the State Department under:Chris under:Christian
tian under:Christian A. Herter,

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any instances of mismanagement
in the aid program are dealt witn
firmly and quickly.
"It's going to be tough to get
anywhere like the funds you want
authorized by Congress, 1 Huth Huth.1phrey
.1phrey Huth.1phrey told Dillon. "I want to be
able to answer the arguments 'of
some of my colleagues."
A House. committee recently
aired charges of allege& corrup corruption
tion corruption in the operation of the .aid
program in Laos.
Dillon also was, questioned crith
cally by Committee Chairman J.
William Fulbright (D-Ark.) as to
why the administration had adt
asked that the loan fund for un underdeveloped
derdeveloped underdeveloped nations be put on a
long-range basis.

A nttmber of Democrats, includ including
ing including Democratic Whip Mike Mans Mansfield
field Mansfield (Mont.), and other roreign
4elateions ",gemmjittee pern-bers;
have 'elia'rgett 'the overathaid, pro program
gram program is too heavily weighted to toward
ward toward military assistance. They

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want more emphasis put on eco eco,
, eco, A foretaste of the buripy road nom4 assitance, particularly for
, ahead was given when son. Ho. the poorer nations of Asia Africa
,bert -,,,II. Humphre 0)-Minn- and Latin America.
'' urged Dillon to make sure that Fulbright has proposed authoriz authoriz,
, authoriz, ,,r---- Ing,$L590,000.000 a year for a five five,
, five, .,, year period for the development
. IlY Judge, 310thers lop fund. iserihower has asked
100 million dollars to keep the
' ', ; , fund going for another year.
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lack Market 10,, the program fits in .with other
111;3 parallel loan underta.kmgs in the

the pro ram f ts in with other
lack' harket iames I parallel gloan unidertakings in the

'7-1r7 Itoreign field., He said a longer
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NEw yoEK (EN) rour per.' range program would be sought
Sons, inclikling' an ousted New next year.
York City magistrate, were ar- Fulbright retorted that if the
rested yesterday on charges of administration keeps delaying on
selling black market babies. Two a lone-range proposal, "the en enof
of enof the infants had mental or pity- tire Middle East may have gone
sical defects. down the drain."
Named in tWo criMilialoWorma- Fu 'bright ,recalled that Dillon,
tions waS '.former 'Magistrate as well as' EisenhoWer and for forStephen
Stephen forStephen S. Scopes, 48, the 'first mer President Harry S. Truman,
Greek-American to sit on, the city ell have said they favored a
bench. Ile .was accused of seMng longer-range loan, program with
up to 85 black market babies for more money. '
as much as $2,800 apiece for a
total of 870,500. rtnntl Chttlf RtirnPri

Stops resigned last week at the
demand of Mayor Robert F. Wag Wagner.
ner. Wagner. He wai charged in one infor information
mation information 'with, illegally placing nine
Greek orphans in homes, in the
metropolitan area,
In the iesiond information he
was named with Brooklyn lawyer
Jacob C9hent t 55: ,as selling 21
children, At least fivet other baby
sales could not be prosecuted due
to the statute 'of gimitations, Of Of.
. Of. ficials said,
,
The grand pry minted aa co coconspirators
conspirators coconspirators ut not defendants
Leo Lamberson, a South Bend,,
Ind., attorney, and Michael Tspar Tsparis,
is, Tsparis, Athens, Greece, also a lawyer.
The two other persons arrested
in the baby sales apparently had
no connection with either ,Scopas
and' Cohen or one another, They
were 'Christopher Peters; 39, 'Fair,
lawn, N.J., operator of a Man Man,
, Man, batten travel agency, and Rebecca
Issachar, 42, secretary.,
Dist,' Atty. Frank S. Rogan said
Miss Issachar. Illegally placed 46
orphans in this country for'
profit of S120,006. Peters was
charged with selling two 'babies
ior about $3,000.

Band Chief Burned
In Ciaaret Blaze
LA Apartment
LOS ANGELES (UPI) Eal
MeIntyres one of the nation'S top
swing band leaders in the 1940s,
remained in critical condition to,
day with first, second and third
degree burhs suffered in an
apartment fire. r
Between 200 and 300 persons re-,
sponded to an urgent appeal for
blood donations for lbe 44-year-old
tousician, whose swing band has
not been working steadily in re recent
cent recent years, a General Hospital
spokesman said.
McIntyre, a saxophone and clar clarinet
inet clarinet artist, emerged briefly from
his coma yesterday and asked for
an' attorney to make out his will,
but he lapsed into unconsciousness
list the time an attorney arrived.
A peen Visited 'him later.
A hospital anokesman said'lle said'lleIntyre
Intyre said'lleIntyre suffered from deep shock
brought on by burns on. the lOwer
half ref his body. He apparently
fell asleep early' Sunday while
smoking a cigarette at the Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood apartment of his band's
vocalist Jeanne McManus.' She
was not at home at the time.,,

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TH E FAMILY

A
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MEDITTyloti

(Presented by the Department
of Christian Education of the
Episcopal Church in the Mission Missionary
ary Missionary Diocese of the Panama Can Canal
al Canal Zone).
Genesis 2:24

"Therefore shall a man leave
his father and motheri and shall
cleave unto his wife: and they
shell he en flesh."
Thoughtful people become in increasingly
creasingly increasingly distributed over the
breakdown of the family, and its
waning influence for good. This is
not just looking backward to hap happier
pier happier days. The family is the sa satilral
tilral satilral unit of huMan society. As the
fission oof the ,atotn provides the
,potentielily IfOr -.physical ,delltrue ,delltruetion,
tion, ,delltruetion, so the' fission 'of the family
provides the potentiality for moral
and socal destruction.
Even more important than the
social and moral fuoctions of the
family, is its spiritual function. The
family is God's unit of human na nature
ture nature and sustenance. It is the ba basic
sic basic religious institution- as, well as
the basic social one.
The first recorded miracle of
our Lord was worked at the found
ing of a new family. He still works
miracles in fa,milies, turning the
water of everyday living into the
wine of refreshment and glad gladness.
ness. gladness. When He lives in our
homes, then are they homes in indeed,
deed, indeed,
"Almiglty God, our heavenly
Father, who settest the solidary in
families; We commend to they
continued care the homes in which
thy people dwell. Put far from
them, we beseech thee, every root
of bitterness. the desire of vain vainglory,
glory, vainglory, and the pride of life.
Fill them, with faith, virtue, know knowledge,
ledge, knowledge, temperance, patience, god godliness.
liness. godliness. Knit together in constant
affection those who, in holy wed wedlock,
lock, wedlock, have been made on flesh;
turn the heart of the fathers to
It le children, and the heart of the
children 'to the faters; and so
enkindle fervent charity among us
all, that we be evermore kindly
affectioned with brotherly love;
through Jesus, Christ our :Lord."
Amen,.

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Sea'-,,,Falit:' LIMO' .S5;000
And turoix Tour For. Teenager

CINCINNATI, Ohio (UPI) A
shy 15-year-old girl from Knox Knoxville,
ville, Knoxville, Tenn., who "never won any anything
thing anything in my lite," today' walked
off with the nation's No. 1 Teen TeenAge
Age TeenAge Cook title.
Miss Judy Fay Byrd teok the
top honor and $5,000 in cash in
the first national cookoff strictly
for. the under 20 set with her
"southern sea foam lime pie."
The recipe, which she said she
adapted from a cook book, also
was worth a 10-day trip to Eur Europe
ope Europe for the 19th grader, her
mother and her home economics
teacher, Mrs. Evelyn Simpson of
Gibbs High. School. Mrs. Simpson
was here with the champion.
Judy Fay, who said she aver averages
ages averages cookingv two meals a day
for her family, said this was the
first time she had won any con contest
test contest of any sort. She competed
against 49 other finalists includ including
ing including two boys from 18 states. The
cookoff, worth 'a total of $100,000
and other assorted "loot," was co
sponsored by Kroger and West Westinghouse.
inghouse. Westinghouse. The prize winning pie la a co coconut
conut coconut meringue desert flavored
with lime juice. The high school
sophomore' said most of the $5,000
prize would go for her college
education. Her father is a rural
mail carrier and- her mother a
Tetail clerk hi a store in Knox Knoxville.
ville. Knoxville. She has two, brothers, 12
and, four months.
Bete is the recipe:
One Ind three-fourths cups of
sugar, six tablespoons of flour, a
dash of salt, three fourths cup
water, three fourths cup of tun
juice, tveen vegetable coloring,
three egg yolks, three tablespoons
butter or, margesihe, two' tea teaspoons'
spoons' teaspoons' grated lime rind, nine-inch
baked pistry shell, three egg
whitet,' one-fourth cup 'sugar a,nd
one-fourth cup grated coconut
,
''' In top of double:,broiler mix
sugar, flour endi salt: bdd 'water
and- lime juicC CoolCrnst.er hot
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the over-all length to 505-feet
with a deadweight tonnage of
8,108, and will have a capacity
for 478 containers equal to 442,-
680 bale cubic feet. The con containers
tainers containers proposed by the Une
will measure 8':(85(17' with an
inside capacity of 930 cubic feet
each. For loading and discharg discharging
ing discharging the containers, the conven conventional
tional conventional cargo gar of a C-2
freighter will be replaced bY
two gantry cranes on the for forward
ward forward section, and one gantrY
crane on the after section.
When returning to service,
both. ships will be placed in
Oraco Line's New Yort-Caribbean,
North Coast of Venezuela
and Colombia service. They will
b the first U.S. container containerships
ships containerships to be introduced into com commerce
merce commerce between t h United
States and foreign ports.

thick and smooth. Tint, with col coloring.
oring. coloring. Beat egg yolks and add to lime
mixture. Cover and cook' over hot
water 10 minutes. Stir in butter
or margerine and rind. Cool and
pour into pastry shell.
Beat egg whites .until foamy,
add one-fourth cup sugar and
beat until stiff. Fold in the coco coconut
nut coconut and swirl on top of filling.
Bake in slow moderate oven (325
degrees) for 20 minutes.

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For Presidential Third Term

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WASIalig'rON (UPI) For Former
mer Former President Harry S. Truman
today .described the ban on
presidintialtfar 'terms as a
"bill of goods" sold to the coun country
try country by "Roosevelt haters."
, He tailed for Its repeal on
grotmds- the man in, the White
House p"needs all. the prestige
and- all file position of leadership
that.to possible."
A tan against a third term,' he
said, means "you've sent him out
to fight with one hand tied behind
him because everyone knows he
can't rim for reelection."
Truman made the comments in
a half-hour appearance before the
Senate subcommittee on constitu constitutional
tional constitutional amendments.
After Truman finished his 312
page statement, Senate Republi Republican
can Republican Leader Everett M. Dirksen
(Ill-) predicted early committee
action on the repeal proposal, ad advanced
vanced advanced 'by Sen. Thomas C. Hen Hennings
nings Hennings (D-Mo.).
Dirksen said he would bring the
nutter up at the weekly GOP'
leaders meeting at the White
House and at the Senate ,GOP
policy meeting this week.
President Eisenhower has taken
no stand on the bill, although he
has said generally that he opposes
the two-term limit. It Nia enact enacted
ed enacted in 1847 after being initiated by
the Republican controlled 80th
Congress and ratified by the
states.

Quote Unquote

WASHINGTON Sir Winston
Churchill on being welcomed to
the United States by President Ei Eisenhower:
senhower: Eisenhower: "I am most happy once again to
visit in the United States which
is my mother's country and I al always
ways always figure and feel it is."

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41IAMI, Fla. Mal. Gen. John
B.' Medaris, commander of the
Army Ordnance Missile Com Command,
mand, Command, on plans to fire a live ani animal
mal animal into space within 60 days:
"We can progress only so far
on the basis of theory and labora laboratory
tory laboratory work. Then the issue has to
be put to the proof."

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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. Stu Students
dents Students at Florida A and M (Negro)
University in calling off their
elassroom strike called to focus
world attention on the alleged
rape of a Negro coed by four
white men:
"We think we have achieved
yictory. Tho officials now are say saying
ing saying the guilty will be punished."

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Howitwoon Comedienne
Lucille 'Ball expleining, why she
refused tir 'perfornt I at a yetzth
rally in Oklahoma City because
the crowd was too small:
'I could have performed. Per Perhaps
haps Perhaps should have. I have for
less people. But I felt that if they
continually ask Hollywood people
to do benefits then they should
care enough to publicize the
event."
HEYWORTH. Ill.--Ronnie Brad Bradley
ley Bradley after standing on a river bank
and watching his mother and fa father,
ther, father, three sisters and abrother
drown when their flat-bottomed
boat capsized:
"How would you feel if you
were standing there and you
couldn't do anything."

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Dirksen said Zisenhower may
feel he can't endorse repeal too
strongly because ..some people
might think "he's trying to put
himself hi an' available position"
for a, third termTruman,-
four days 'Mort of 'his
75th birthday told the committee
that "out of the 175 million peo people.in
ple.in people.in this stluntry, I, m the only
ne to whom the amendment does
not apply...the only one who could
be elected a many times as he
could -get enbugh votes."
Although Truman specifically
was exempted from the 22nd
Amendment since he was in the
White House w,hen it was enacted,
he chose -not', to seek reelection
in 1948..
Truma'n beaming end in good
spirits, got. a standing ovation by
spectators in the big Senate cauc caucus
us caucus room when he arrived for the
hearing.' He was accompanied by
two former White House aides,
Charles Murphy and Gen. Harry
Kaughan.
Truman- was introdueed by Hen Henning!
ning! Henning! as "anything but an ama amateur"
teur" amateur" on constitutional history.
Subcommittee Chairman Estes
Xefauver (D-Tenn.) described him
as a "strong president."
Truman said a ltwo-term at attern
tern attern was set by political tradition
and not by the Constitution be because
cause because there never was an "over "overriding
riding "overriding need to go beyond that."
But, be said, "there came a
time in the midst of great nation national
al national peril when the people in their
sovereign wisdom decided to elect
a president (Roosevelt) for a third
time. Surely, none but the nar narrow
row narrow partisan would contend that
it was a mistake to re-elect Roos Roosevelt
evelt Roosevelt in 1940."
He said after the war aw a s
safely won" and Roosevelt had
died, "the Roosevelt haters got
busy and sold the country a bill
of goods."
"Never able to defeat him while
he was alive," he said, "they
Iried td take their spite out on
him after be was dead. Men of
Jittle visionthey should have
known better: But apparently
they did not."

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and, penand, all the position of leadership plein this.ctluntry, !AIM theonly
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tounuerk waiter vv. ,.froso,
troutice We toles. ppedker,
:Jean oFtest, woo spoke ou
7- lutivry uance.
. 2 : Atni. Iterest atudied at the San
Francisco upers DatieL ochoot auci
has nad several outstanding ins instractors.
tractors. instractors. bac Aids ueen caoreo caoreograpner'
grapner' caoreograpner' tor otatestue television
aaows, And has acted on tne
akage, radio, m television ano sum
mer btactt. one was an Me teach teaching
ing teaching staff at the l'asadena Viay Viayhouse
house Viayhouse tor three years beiore mov moving
ing moving In the Isthmus.
uffiner were Jean
Itrandl, Ehse Blysi.one, Anna May
Ba.cher, Jean Coffey, Mary Da Da,
, Da, nielson; Ardis GreziLfi, Kathleen
Huffman, Ruth Hoke, Dolly Hous Housley,
ley, Housley, Alice McGann, Ruth Morris,
, Fern Morse, Gemmie Moser, Bar Bar'.
'. Bar'. bara O'Conno, Barbara Ramey
and Eileen 11Bson.

lAWC Cultural Group
Plans Zono Tour
Mmbers of the Cultural Com ComWee
Wee ComWee of the Inter-American
Women:s Club are planning a
tour of points of interest on the
Cal Zone Friday morning. They
.meet at the Tivoli Guest
Mouse at 9:30 a.m.
Members interested in taking
The trip should call the club of.
'ice, Balboa 2-0518.

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''' BETA SIGMA PHI MEMBERS OBSERVE FOUNDERS' DAY'
'-- IN SOLORFUL CEREMONY AT TIVOLI GUEST HOUSE
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't '',' Arrangements of gilt fruit and black foliage were used to carry
e'est the colors of Bete Sigma Phi sorority for the 'navel Founders'i
, Dap dingier at the Tivoli Guest House.
Attar tha Bete Sigma Phi grace, led by Ruth Hoke, Alice Mc..
Gann gave the welcoming address 'and Anne May Butcher, the
chaplet's Girl of the Year, lighted throe yellow tapers in honor of
the titbitty-eighth anniversary of the sorority's founding.,
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Slary:Dahieloson, (limier chair- Robert Strump' Named
au, atiou ,,,,,n toe To Vaarbook Board
tuunuerk waiter vv. 4froso, dud to- Robert E. ,'S,timpf, a sopho sophoI
I sophoI arowiee we toles. Dpedker, alia more at -Dartmouth, College, has
Jelin oFtest 410 sPoKe ou we been named'to the' photography
lus-ury uance. board of the-,1961) Aegis, the
Airs. Iterest bwaied at the San iege's official yearbook.
traucato upers DaneL ochuoi alio lie is thejOtt Of Dir. and Mrs.
has had several outstanding ins- Irving J. Strumpf of Balboa
tructors. bue tidS ueen caoreo- Heights, and. wits. graduated from
, grapner' tor oLatealue itievision Balboa High School. He is liken likenallows,
allows, likenallows, lima has acied on tne gineering major and a membet -of
skage, m kelevision ana sum- the Army ROTC program. He Ow
met tatica.. one was an tne teach- has served on,,tha staff of WDCR,
log stall at the l'asadena ilay- radio station.' , ,.,1

Sterling is for now ... for you

May Events Announced
At Aim, Seed Temple
Activities to be held during May
for Nobles of Abou Saad Temple
and their ladies have been an announced
nounced announced by the illustrious Poten Potentate.
tate. Potentate. A business session will be held
May 18 at 7 p.m. at the Ancon
Masonic Temple, Bermes will ba
given and voting held on ma madP'es
dP'es madP'es for the Spring Ceremonial
The Spring Ceremonial is plan planned
ned planned for 7 n.m. May 73 at the
Units Building on Gaillard High,-
way. Ceirlidates will be 'received
into the Temple at the time. A
deuce will be held May 29. de details
tails details to be announced later.
A Memorial Dav service honor honoring
ing honoring departed Nobles will be held
at 7 r.m MP.' 31 at the Ancon
Masonic Temple.

DANCING CLASSES
VERA BOMFORD SCHOOL OF DANCE

OPENING YMCA BALBOA

JUNE 1, 19591
BALLET, MODERN, TAP, ACROBATIC ETC.
REGIST,RATION: THURSDAY It FRIDAY
: 7th 8th May at the YMCA, Ha lboa-3-6 p.m.
:Classes in Colon every Wednesday and Friday 3 6
m ,atl:thulnteramerican Women's ,,,91u13--Ciolon
Tel. : Colon, 1,145A' 4

INTRODUCING
THE NEW AMERICAN LOOK
, IN STERLING

STERLING
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SEA ROSE is the newest design
in glamorous Gorham Sterling fiat
silver. Once you hold Sea Rose in
your hand feel its luxurious
weight you'll begin to know
that here is sterling for you. Beau Beautifully
tifully Beautifully proportioned salad fork to
use with new spreader at meals.
Single size place knife and fork
for every meal. New size place
spoon for soup, cereal or dessert
Come see the exciting new look
in solid silver 1

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Newcomers Volt
installs New Officers
The installatiin luncheon 'of
the Atlantic Side Newcomers Club
was held a( the Brazos Bromas
Country Club. Luncheon tables
were decbrated with handferchiel
umbrellas, made by Mrs. LI' BOlinti
and hu committee.1 e',
The retiring president, 'Ws, W.
A. Reinbeimer, conducted a short
business meeting and. thank'. 1
committee, chairmen fon, their
work. The gavel wait banded to
the new president; hire, Roy Lind.
quid, who introduce& 'the o'new
slate of officers, including IdrC
W. R. Whitsell, first' vice-proddent;
bin. D. .1 .13oniface; second
vice-president; Mrs., P. M. JucV
son. secretary; Mrs. T.' E. Brown,
treasurer; Mrs. Flo Henning, Hos Hospitality;.
pitality;. Hospitality;. Mrs. Cecelia Gove,
Mrs. R. Kini. vrogrant:'
Mrs, R. Q. Wilcox, telephone; and
Mrs. Van DlisidrK,- rhemberPhip.

: Otter! attrdip7,'theItip-&li;;;n1 A ,

wero Mrs. M.. Nolte, Mrs'.
Diez Mrs. Cecil 'limes, Mrs. J. W
Hedges, Mrs. L. A. Clark, Mrs. E.
.7. Berger, Mrs. R. Van Zuylen,
Mrs. W. Vantine. Mrs. E. !Tethers !Tetherston,
ton, !Tetherston, Mrs. F. Ginthner, Mrs. G.
Gillespie, Mrs. Ben Duree. Mrs.
Anthony Barsi, Mrs. Virginia
Craio. Mrs. Betty Borgstrom, Mrs.
D. Youngblood.
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Mrs. D. Kee lean. Mrs. W. Pol Pollard,
lard, Pollard, Mrs. F. D. Lesovsky, Mrs.
Ross W.,. Winne Jr.;-- Wk. -Vm
Freeman. Mrs. Roger Dougherty,
Mrs. K. Newby., Mrs. D. Mil ler,
Mrs. Lyle A. Rush.
Farewell gifts were oresented to
'Mrs. Borgstrom and Mrs. Dough..
tY.
Mr. and Mrs. Libort
Sail Aboard Cristobal
Mr. and Mrs. Orton .T. Libert of
El Cangrejo sailed from the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus aboard the SS Cristobs1 for
home leave in the United States.
Mr. tibert is a first secretary at
the United States Embassv, and
head of the econimics section,
AO efq !Malicia
Committeo Plans Coifs
Me Asilo de la Wanda Com Committee
mittee Committee of the Inter.American Wo Women's
men's Women's Club will hsve a coffee
meeting next Tuesday morning at
fi:30 at the home of Mrs. Ildbert
Dean, 2357. Owen Road, Balboa,

Meetings

Spoc lol Education
The Special Education Associa,
tion will have a business meet meeting
ing meeting at 7:30 this evening at the
Balboa USO-JIVII.
.AU memers, teAchers and pg pgAnt;
Ant; pgAnt; of handiciPPed: child1 ate
urged to attend.

First Aid Class
Moots Tomorrow
The Girl Scout First Aid course
will be held tomorrow morning
from 9 to 11 a.m. at the Balboa
Red Corss Offie. Adults ,who are
interested in taking the course
may'contact Mrs. Rosemary Ga Gaither.
ither. Gaither. Panama 3-3010, or call the
Girl Scout Office, Balboa 1350, for
furlher information.
Oter elasses in the course will
be held Moy 12 and 19 frcim 1 to
3 b.m. and May 21 from 9 to

Little League
Boys 7, Girls 7

Seven boys and seven girls
were born at Gorgas Hospital
during the week which ended
Monday ,according to the hos hospital
pital hospital report. During this same
period, 147 patients were Ad Admitted
mitted Admitted and 156 were discharged.
ParentAof the girls are SSgt.
and Mrs. E. T. Benjamin, Al,-
brook; A-lc and Mrs. A. A. Lau Laureano,
reano, Laureano, Panazna City; MSgt. and
Mrs. R. L. Doney, Ft. Kobbe;
Sgt. and Mrs. J. W. Askine, Ft.
Kobbe; Capt. and Mrs. J. L.
Lewis, Ft. Kobbe; Mr. and Mrs.
A. B. McDonald, Panama; and
Sgt. and Mrs. Pedro Marti, Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. The boys were born to Mr.
and Mrs. A. V. Apollo, Mr. and
Mrs. G. A. Grant, Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar 1.1cros, Mr. and Mrs.. P.
H. Stanford, Mr. and Mrs. J.
M. Ulloa, and Mr. and Mrs.
B. Knight, all of Panama; and
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Wickersham,
of Cocoll.

DAM TUTORS RHINO
ROME (UP1)--Rollo the rhino,
under the tutelage of Salvadore
Dalt, painted his first picture Fri Friday
day Friday but It was lost to posterity.
The big rhinoceros like the pic picture
ture picture so much he ate It. Dail
staged the stunt at the Rome zoo.

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VISITOS F. C. W. Paton. vice president of Gu lf Petroleum Cor Oration, together with ?dm Pi.,
ton arrived at Tocumen airport from Brazil yes terday afternoon. Therwere met by'A, It Gooch
Jr., vice president and general manager of Gulf Petroleum. S. A.' and Mrs. Gooch. Mr. and Mrs.'
Paton, will visit Panama for approximately one week during which time they will attend the
guration of a new nd modern gasoline station at Chorrera. Another Gulf Petroleum:visitor is also
expected this week, when S. J. Meares will arrive from Chile '

New Plug Far Beauty Given

By French Bache 1,6r Peyton

, NEW YOlilt
have now their biggest boost sinee
Qleopatre took, up eye shadowan
electric make-up applicator.
The applicator, c a 11 e d
"Makeur," resembles an electric
shaver and is the creation of
Francois Peyrob, a French aero aeronautical
nautical aeronautical engineer, exeeutiv,e,
sportsman; and bachelor ("; have
no time to get. married.")
Peyron decided to tackle the
project after. his company, whilh
does atomic research, made an
industrial machine that crushes
face powder. He became interest interested
ed interested in 'cosmetics and found that
hand' applied make up destroys
the skin's natural tone so that
heavier Coatings are ne6d tb
eover' ithperfections. He 'set about
devising a machine that wobld
supply a thin coat evenly.
Peyron spent -two years working
the idea out on paper (he showed
a 30-page set bf Mathematical
formulas) another ,two years
perfecting 'the Machine.. Now on
the maiket in the Vnite0' States
end Fran8e, the applicator 'has
heed- approved by doctors. Dem Demonstrators
onstrators Demonstrators use it -30 times a day
without irritating the skip, and the
comedie franchise in Paris has
switched to it for applying theatri theatrical
cal theatrical make-up.
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When Peyron It toliolly toliollywold,
wold, toliollywold, Rock,i:Au soa,, rot Abe
,guinea pigmitt ed
The applicator comes with buf buffers
fers buffers for both dry and er ea m
rouge, cleansing cream, cleansing
lotion, night cream, foundation,
powder, and a general toueh-up.
The buffers tnove quietly, .ai
impereptible speed, sand have, a
relaxing effetr, It to4Jeyron's
demenstratof, N 1 n e, a
blonde French girl, less than four
minutes to remove her old make makeup
up makeup and apply new, from base to
powder.
The engineer, in New York on
business, brought pictures to show
hovi the applicator smooths make makeup
up makeup on the skin. it eliminateS
lumps, stralid 'an51 ,caldng, and
shiny or over-powder.
It also will' help oily or dy skin
return to normal, he sal& Peyron
belives that no matter how gen gently
tly gently you apply make-up by hand,
your fingers still knead the skin,
accentuating wrinldes and lines,

transferring dirt to 'the sldn
clogging pores.
The applicator also uses less
maksup than the hand method,
requiring only a drop or hvo of
fodndation. And makeup applied
swardy: will last 24 hours, PIT
.wirou can swim or walk in the
rain with. makeup on and it will
not come off. When you smile,
your skin smiles with you," he
said.

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ilouJeholl ,WinL

'A Miniature auto trouble light
Is a'italuable aid hi ehanging tires
at night and Making other onthe-spot
repairs, for locatingright
change at Loll stations, for read.
ing maps and for loading and. un
loading the car trunk at night. It
comes equippeo with a 12 foot
...cord and plugs right into the cats
eIgarette lighter.-

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You can put your kitchen scis scissors
sors scissors to good use cutting dates,
raisins, marshmallows or even
parsley. Rinse the. blades in hot
water ,when tackling sticky jobs.
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Metallic chips and stripes that
popear ,inA many, fabrics and floorl
log materials now have niove
4enim. Washable denim this
spring will fealure metallic stripes.

OmMemm

Economical molds for individ individual
ual individual desserts and salads are jelly
glasses. And the small ones with
metal lids are ideal for steaming
custards.

It's the- little tricks that saye.
wear and ,tea- around the house.'
If you are sewing plastic, avoid
making unnecssary holes in it.
Tape the area to be stitched ra ratter
tter ratter than using pins or basting
stitches.
Along with spring cleaning, you
may be thinking, of doing some
painting around the house. Per Perhaps
haps Perhaps the buthroom needs bright brightening.
ening. brightening. If so, you needn't stick to
the traditionsi blue, yellow, or
white. A variety of deep, drama dramatic
tic dramatic shades are being used. in to today's
day's today's baths with color coordinut coordinuted
ed coordinuted accessories.

Protection From Me IRRITATION OF

DIAPER RASH
Hexane is the absorbent
and refreshing powder
whose effectiveness lasts
longer because it tenderly
clings to baby's delicate
soft skin. Does not
contain Talcum.

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How do you handle a two-suit.
hand opposite ,,an4 opeimig no notrump?
trump? notrump? r 1
Easy. Use the Jacoby trips tripsfer
fer tripsfer bid. If you 'have a two sutter
and a bad hand you simply trans transfer
fer transfer to one suit or the other and
quit. If you have enongh for
game you transfer to ',' one suit
and then bid the other suit. This
new suit bid after the transfer,
is a lame force., , ,
tioW 410tigiti'i to a
depends on hand t
JBT any four no-trump bid that
follows a transfer is Blackwood.
North's two-diamond response
was the heart transfer,' and his
three-diamond bid showed his'
two sinter. His four no-trump
was Blackwood and his five no notrump
trump notrump bid both asked, for kings
and showed-Interest, in a grand
slam.
South realized that tha com comsumation
sumation comsumation of this four trumps to tne
king-jack and the doubleton ace
of diamonds. was just what the
doctor ordered and bid the grand
sla m.
Needless to say there was no
trouble making the hand. Two.
leadttndrew rtrumps and two dia.
mond ruffs. set, up, North's filth
dia mond.
Of course, the grand stem
might have been teached by any
bidding system. The JTB just
'happened to ntake it easy.

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North East South West
N.T. Pass 2 Pass
2 Pau 7
You, South, boll;
Kill itAill.2,4b9711,
Your tv,to-elubbiItal asked ,'!
.3rour : partner to:show, a lout (
earl tnajoristS,Inctsvodiantond .'t
bid denied' ,,04 orta,t do
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twa ',,:a4L,W Yet
stilt bate Inn points:as If hi 1
lias is he will bid gamou
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To'le"Speaker

Olt Mother's Day
Tbe 'Very Rev. Maidert J. Peter.
loo,;'Dean, Of the C,athedral of St.
Luke, will' be' the speaker Sunday
at the traditigttal 1.,Mother's D3y
program in the ,Balboa Eike
Home, The porgraM, which starts
at 4 p.m., is an atmual affair where
tribute., is paid, ,toYmothers both
living and deceased.,
, addition to an., address bY,
Dean petersonN,entsical, elections
will be Oen bY Nena,,Bennett entl,
oline Clare, batt000pented 41, Po Polore
lore Polore Wheeler. NThe program
open td 'the Public,. end will last'
for 'about an tour.' tight refresh.
Merits will be lerve4following the
program.
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, MONTREAL' 4f1JPI)7-Cl'I offi official
cial official today ,,launched an Investiga Investigation'Into
tion'Into Investigation'Into 'garbage collection after
learning that employes of some
private firms that get $8.80 a too
were loading ug. with rods.

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-wer-lahsilyoura1910mrairena,:vhile-wthainsem. uniial.n'dcan-thaditilibriesadithenes
has notified Great Britain, Mot Motland
land Motland and Italy that at present
she's "too busy for romance"-
At least. a dozen New York' Juke
box operators :suddenly have de decided
cided decided to take vacations. The cur current
rent current jukebox, racket probe has
nothing to do with the- timing, of
course. Ali Khan's mannequin
sweetheart, Bettina : has -spent
some time br Marrakech, and tb
North African gossip has, it that
she was there to prepare for her
conversion to the Moslem faith.
Next question: Is Ali going to msr msr,
, msr, r her at long last?
Easy Street, one of San Fran Francisco's
cisco's Francisco's oldest and best blown jazz
places, folded, It seems the heir heiress
ess heiress 'who was its Principal angel
decided to cut 'out.,-Members of
Cecil B.,DeMille's family. are still
steaming bicause the, famed pro producerr
ducerr producerr 'wasn't given a, special
posthumous awardor, even .0
mentionat the Oscar celebra celebration.
tion. celebration. Laurence Harvey has been
mentioned prominently for- the
lead opposite Julie' Andrews
the, new Lerner-Loewe musleat
"Jenny Kissed Me," but I source
close to the deciding factor pre predicta
dicta predicta he won't wind up in tbe part
r 4
Muddy Rich has breit'att
grou'o again, and Some chums say
it's indirectly a result of his
wife's divorce suit, which bas
given- "him a ,'"What's-the.use?"
feeling about life. Montgomery
curs guided tour for Myrna Loy
the other night eMbhasited jazz
--he took her-to Birdland. thee te
he Metronole. 'Sbe set-Med to en enjoy
joy enjoy the switch from cool music
to Dixieland. .There was con considerable
siderable considerable reaction to Anita Ek Ekberg's
berg's Ekberg's "new look" when she re rehturned
hturned rehturned to Hollywood from Europe.
Dressed in Meek from top to toe,
she affected 'take 'take1
1 'take1 up coal black britts; and pale,
pale lipstick.

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Fidel Castro probably will be
dellYhted to learn that, Norman
Mailer, a qualified expert., has des
evibed the Cuban leader as the
ideal of the Heat Generationper.
feet in looks, 1)akeround anti
goals. Ws. Wintim,
Woodward A' fl,ew to:Switzer.
land for six days just to see her
two grandchildren. who are ,' in
sichool there. Dorothy Lamour's
mother, Mrs. Carmen CantleberrY
has become a career girl, turn.
ing in artistic bobby into a, litI
erative business. She makes ar.1
WWII Hawaiian flower,leis which
look end feet liketbe,reel Int.
but keep Indefitlitily',I2retrgerat
ed between imarings.
Danny Kaye's new agents are
expected to talk him Into making
a television appearanceso far
he's said no, emphatically...with.
in eight 1110141111. And now the nroducers-
of his new flicker, "rive
Pennies, wiabobel suceuttil4
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Erv, Harmon- of,, the ,43Vairn
east was s UM banana In burles burlesque
que burlesque years before he accepted a
role in tbe Ethel Merman musical.
He was a great favorite of poet
Dylan Thomas, who always went
to catch big aet when they- were
in the 'same town. Milano'
ovidlers in thetIleoildWar ares
selling on cr,edit halt. bbrrowed
the slogan: Flyni NOY. Pay
Later."
A nevi gredrelltaidnit
showing In the 'Midwest Is called
Frankie Presley, and the Marl
Lads. Those who've caught the
set breathlessly retort that Fran.
kie looks and performs just like
Elvis. Jules Passim has 'com 'completed
pleted 'completed the script an original
whodunit titled l'Itorama In the
Mirror," and hopes to land

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ut. ay,'
wiman conit. "toe ititilide'
to, be fun to 'live .--tvitti ,1v; t4s
You're', being' 'tot' Att;nlible
when
You tum down yOur busbindi
offer to take you out tit. dinner
because youve already "got till'
ner started.
You, turn down your hisbandse
gave you because ,, you'd 'rather
have somethiug, more practical Or
you feel you Could,' spend ithe ithe1
1 ithe1 tier to better advantage."(,'
You veto your ,Itusband'a-',;-'sug,-.
gestion that tkt crowd drop ht be-,
cause the Muse isn't in apple.
pie order.-
You turn dovm the invitation to
a patty that sounds' like fun be,
cause you,dont have Just Iht right
dresa to wear f-,;..4,;Jhougli you do
have something ',you could J1) arke'
do, m: o' :A
Yob get Yourlhushand to", turn
over his pay check tO you because
yob think -you a better managero-,10
-although be :tams the
pay check he. never, really feels
like the' head -of the (hoofs.'
YOu shoo the rest Of the lamit"
out of the 'titchen-, hectuye Yott
can work 'faster alone.4', -1"-,A,Nft
You think money 4 spet on I
trip -is a waste.becauSe' yott.itaye
It'll Ohio It tO ,Ahovr,lor
,''',,You'-'ithrott,Itl, your It anda..win'
your bulband Mend! ?inoneti 1106r
'slily on sentoing Int wan
Yolk Pridtglourtelt ontbelog
frank event ough your frankness
simeilmes ieedletsly ,burtg dO-J,
aides others. t..k; ,11
You try ito'n coninined
morrow to, fully' enjoy today,
YOu'd rather get a, bargain 4,4,
get what you- realli want.' ,
You worry over your little'ntit.
takes, initead of 'laughing them
off or turning ',theta Into a good
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I Hot-Weather Nott,,, Susan Hay.;
ward finished shootbg blizzard ,;
scenes for "Woman 'Cibsessed"
during an 80.degree heat wave in
Hollywood. Bill"' David-
1 KM (the trumpet player at the',-1-
Embers) was incarcerated for' 2 7
hours, In East' Berlin last ,', De- ".
cember,',becauto the Commtuftst
cops caught hint ohotographing
the Soviet Embassy, a ,verbotten
tourist patstime.,, But the story
never hit the papers; "Wild Bill",
didn't think ft WaS news.. .Jane -'
Morganli flattering reviews at the
Plaza have resulted in solid book.
bgs for one par. She's engaged
through May; ,1960.
d, Rocky Marcian,- now In 'the ;
personal management' busineaseo,.
could use some advice about comfr'::
menial monikers. His- first two
cUents,are 'groups, named
Balker. 'and The Blendairmi,and
you -know they've got to' go. -;
HArry Kati. lamed as thelrei
clued luaband,of Marie MacDta,'
mild, boa a giant cntsh on Audrey
Meadows.
- Zoe E., Lewis Is -greatly con concerned
cerned concerned over his girl chum:Karen
Hansen. hospitalized at,Cedare of
Lebanon Hospitalafter a serious
auto crack-up. .Ingtid Berg Bergman's
man's Bergman's friends say she's still Day,
ing bills run .11p,, byl Robert Ros Ros-
- Ros- during theiri marriage.'
They report oho investigates, then
coughs up the necessary m0017.

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;lobby Sbort's toncert in Atlikh-t
ts was the greatest kick of hii
career. An audienee of chic so sodalities
dalities sodalities listened to the 'songs be
sang with his trio, then Tose and
cheered at the X., S.
Treasury agents cracked down en
tom charps operating.. a numbrs
lottety in the Pentagon without
U141 00 Federal stamp.

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,Woman Jurist 4,
ton American Mom
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After imoke:' Clear's
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ican American MOther's Committee which
in March erroneously notified Se
women that they were state
ists, today, named ,,one Lilo01111U
as winner of the American moth-, ',
er of ISO contest,
Without qualificatioi, the cont,-,-
mittee identified tbe 1950 mother
as Mrs. Jennie LOW111; Barron,
who., recently became thersfirsti,
womanAurist APPoillted -403t thte4,
Mghest Ariai. court -in, MA3511011-
The committee blaMed cleri clerical
cal clerical error for the mixop, in March
that 'resulted in' 39, women being r
notified that they were state final4
istr. in the annual competitton
They also were invited to New',
York -for the final selection, which
was announted tod13
- The error came to light whet
two women in Katiiis discovered
that each had been nanied a final finalist
ist finalist tor that state. A check of com committee
mittee committee records in New, York
showed that neither was a finalist,
The- selection of Mrs. Barron,
Mother of three daughters, was ( 4
announced at the opening. of the
silver jubilee anhivenary moth;
era Conference at the Vialdorf- i
Astoria Rotel.

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Radloachve Rain 7
Discovery Causes
Concern In rilain
LONDON' (VPI) Discovery of 4
radioactive rainwateron a' Danish
island, caused, new 'CO1100111 :today.: 4;
Pritain stern, Minister
'Harold Matmllati ,Par. e$
'ilament', About ,tho dangers 'Of
' Atbmin
rensuilds,-twaltft!i4oritlei Mon.
'dgy' ordered ,'Salthotni;,- in
habitants' not to drbik their rain
water because it was polluted
with radioactivity '',4'beyond the 1(
danger limit." They, started
porting drinking water today.-
'The 'polluton was attributed, to I
lallout, from Russian huclaar' ex.
ploalont in Siberia,
'A -new- rePOrt by an official-Brit..: 4,
IttlY2, medical- commisslow., said",
meanwhile,' that the benefita from,
'X-rays far outweighed the risks of
radiation from them. 'The report
was based on eumination of 5,000:,,
Casei in. 140 hospitals.
Macmillan ,told Parliament last
weekithatanan.mude radioactivity!
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rf'Zight labor' titanibers of Par., 41
!lament and two cConservatives
immediately Med' queitions ask. ,'
Intl clarification. ,,,, ,
Danish authorities 'indicated the
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"taw, drinkinst water for Salt.
holm Island inhabitants( was only
temnorry., :Resttlent, '',, of the is.
land t sifuste(' in' -the. Ofrestind
strtit ,,,etwo,tr,,Denntark and Swe- d
den, ,rtlepetut,. On rain ,water for
drinkine ouriottes. yve,Us Elting in
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ovinister ''ot tednotnies of t,h
ITnited Arshitermhtle. iliaff eeiter, :,
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'- l'hii agen6.30.' sal& Jabber died;
it Heliopolis. the 'Ancient titrof '''
mine six miles northeast of Cairo. .,
Cause of death ,was not immt4
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liked that tha tom tomhis
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rid the doubleton ace
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cotivilV,tbeset'peopte?on the. spot.:
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sent ,system,'t Viittams, iaitt.
we feel thatin dOnei
we right- then, and': ern, on
the ',spot -be prepared To ,inflict
punishment on these, Pelvic. led'.
that :.,thials0,otir,,,;'onir way pfaur,-;
tife federal government
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tlak talifornla. Hit) Visit .a,sisteri..
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',WASHINGTON fIlP1)-1---,Preil-
dent Eisenhower and Ids some sometimes
times sometimes argumentative -predecessor,
Harry -S. Truman, closed ranks
yesterday in a joint defense of tor,-,
gig& aid against partisan political
- attacks. r
SPeekin$ at different places
the White House and the Capitol--
both defended the aid programs
as vital to the security of the free
'1- world.
b2 a strong new plea to; bis
$3,900,000,000 aid request for fiscal
1960, Eisenhower opened his news
, conference with a statement biick biicking
ing biicking foreign aid as a necessity for
U.S. security and as a "tool's to
lessen world tensions.
- He also said foreign aid should
, be discussed on the basis of "need
, and of logic and of good sense"
5 and not "in any partisan atti
tude."
, As Eisenhower spoke, former
President Truman was telling the

Manna Bible
,
Ins!' Info Adds,
Tw' o More SubJeci
The Manna Bible Institnte of
Panama has announoed that two
more oubjects have been added to
the school's pavan:. Tbese sub subloots
loots subloots are English gram:tat suld
composition and homiletics.
Five new students have also
been added to the student body:
Alvin Goode, Ashton Wyntter, Cris
tins Jordan, Una Bell, and Gir Girtrude
trude Girtrude Brown,
'The addition of two new teach teachers,
ers, teachers, ,Ellis L Fawcett, principal of
the Paraiso High Schiol, and Miss
Clara Watley,' a teacher of the
same school, augment the teaching
staff to six. Fa ?nett and Miss
Wattley are teaching English
grammar and Composition.
'rhe other teachere are Ethelbert
Taylor, father of George Taylor
who is presently connected with
the Latin American Bible Institute
in Costa Rica; Mrs. Olive Victor,
the Rev. Samuel N. Brown, pas pastor
tor pastor of the Panama National Bap Baptist
tist Baptist Church, and the Rev. Weida Weidaba
ba Weidaba H. Stewart, dean of the intl.
tue.
This is the fourth year of the
Institute's operation. It is expected
that approximately moven students
will be graduated in DeceMber.

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u.s. government,' he said,
,
' n er lege s s
U didn't mind the reputation 1
as we got results."
'.'.
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,
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i eller For Help

she broke into the house with a
hammerwill not let her back.
Furthermore, she said, her law lawyer
yer lawyer is in a hospital- vrith a bad
heart and cannot appear.
The lithe, sun-tanned 'Mrs. Whe Whelan
lan Whelan charged her husband has tried
to. starve her out of the house on
Shelter Rock Road, complete with,
5.1-. foot swimming pool, cabana
and doll house almost as big as
the split-level ranch homes sprout sproutint
int sproutint up nearby.
Except for the goodness of
newsmen. who brought her food,
Mrs. Whelan said, she and her
soh, Brian, would have had to
surrender.
One reporter did Mrs. Whelans
grocery shopping Tuesday morn morning,
ing, morning, taking down the list and
bringing in the supplies.
-"But I ean't go on like this,"
she said. "s1 feel like someone
who finds himself behind bars yel yelling
ling yelling 'they can't do this to met
but they are."
Rockefeller was at a dedica dedication
tion dedication in Pittsburgh Tuesday and
due to leave Wednesday cs a
South American vacation. Mrs.
Whelan said if she got no help
from him, she would appeal to
President Eisenhower.
"You've got to go to the top to
get things done,' she said.

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HOLLYWOOD,- May 6 (UPI).
E'ddie Fisher announced today he
and Elizabeth Taylor will be' mar married
ried married at the actress' Lis Vas, Nev.
ranch home text 'rues( 1st '
' The wedding, Fisher's second
and MIMI Taylor's fourth, Will be
private, Fished told United Press
International in e telephone call
from Las Vegas.. Only relatives
and close friends will be Invited.
A,,The boyish-faced singefs neces necessary
sary necessary six weeks' residence will be
completed Monday, thus allowing
him to file for a Nevada divorce
from actress Debbie Reynolds. p
"We don't know- yet Mt vnll
perform the wedding14 Fisher
The couple bad sougla to nave
Hollywood Rabbi Max Nussbaum
conduct the ceremony.
Rabbi ,Nussbaum conducted the
conversion rites last- April whelp
Miss Taylor gave up' her Prolet Proletent
ent Proletent faith and became a Jew the
religion of her late husband, Mike
Todd, and Fisher.
Rabbi Nussbaum said later it
was decided that the couple would
Ivied in a civil ceremony and he
would perform a religious ceremo ceremoDY'
DY' ceremoDY' Afterward AfterwardSTUDIES
STUDIES AfterwardSTUDIES IINGISH
VATICAN CITY (UPI) The
rtilian news agency Italia d
yetterday Pope John XXIII 4e 4ecently
cently 4ecently told an American, couple
hei was studying the, English lan language.
guage. language. The Pontiff was reported
to have fold the Americans,
identified, only as "newly-married,"
that "if you come back in
three month4, you will hear me
speak English.

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Rom Foreign Affairs Conimittes
it would be --"playing with, diraam.
mite" to start "skimping" on for foreign
eign foreign aid.
Saying, ha had -heard."cilittirn.
ing. reports' -of Partisan.
ship,k Tniman said that as. far as
wai concerned .there was no.
conflict 'ever foreign- aid between.
the Eisenhower! administrationl
and. ',the -"prior ,De.mocratic ad-!
ministration.";
1-,,,K Congress feels it Must cut the'
budget, he said,,"there are many manyother'
other' manyother' places yon 'ought to cut
first," including congressional sal;
ries.
; Eisenhower ditt-not name any anySpecific
Specific anySpecific pardian critics.
,
1
t' Mentions. Left Over,
But Truman mentioned the "left
overs front isolationism who arse
trying to 'come alive again." He
said be .believed-thinking people
in' both parties. recognize the
"basic necessity" of 'foreign aid.
.',',Eisenhower end Truman bodt
jelected charges that too much
emphasis has been put on military
aid.
isenhower noted the United
States has direct eommitments,
for example to modernize and
support the armies of Nationalist
China and South Korea and other
countries and must keep such
pledgee.
Truman advised against cutting
either military or economic aid,
Be said conditions outside the
Iron Curtain since the program
was launched in its, present forth
in 1948 were "very much better."
"Inside," he said, "they a r e
Worse. And- that' just what we
Went.
Eisenhower was Liked to, com comment
ment comment on charges that he was "too
timid" in his foreign aid requests.
, His' reply tossed ,the blame to
Congress, which, he said, has cut
every aid recommendafion he has
ever made. That's why, he said, e
"I think that it his not been car carried
ried carried forward as .vigorously as it
should be."
Rep. Walter R. Judd (R-Minn.)
asked. Truman how public criti critidem
dem critidem againat waste in 'aid pro programa
grama programa could be answered. Be re replied;that
plied;that replied;that it was-up' to Congress
to make Jure such waste didn't
happen.
He recalled his days as chair chairman
man chairman of the Senate War Investigat Investigating
ing Investigating Committee and said he saved
the taxpayers 15-billion dollars by
expoiing 'nate and duplication.
"I was tEe No. 1 co.b. of the
U.S. government,' be- said, "but J
didn't mind the reputation as long
as we got results."

VOA Broadcast
TO' Feature
On Poe's Essays
Ilse English language service
of the Voice of America win fea feature
ture feature a diacussion of tne short sto stories
ries stories and essays of Edgar Allan
Poe next Saturday.
' The talks, onducted by Dr.
Theodore Ehrsani, of Nett, York
University, are part of a Aeries
on "America's Literary Herit Heritage,"
age," Heritage," currently being broadcast
each Saturday,
Edgar Allan Poe,' who lived
from 1809 to 1849, has been des described
cribed described by Killis CaMpbell as "the
Aaddest and the strangest figure
lia American literary.history." Or Orphaned
phaned Orphaned at thru, he was ,ralted
oy foster parents. All through his
life he was plagued by personal
tragedies and nusfortunes. He died
poverty striken and alone at the
age of 40.
His first book, "Tainerlane And
tiler foeunt," was puolisned a anonymously
nonymously anonymously in liszt. critical opi opinion
nion opinion ot ins work nave tended iv ivward
ward ivward the extremes of enthusiasms
and distaste. Nevertheless, he
stands as one of the few great
innovators in American literature.
The program can be heard
from 7:30 to 8 p.m. (local tithe)
oti the following frequencies:
15210, 15290 Ad 15330 kes. on the
19 meter band.
CARE Appolnis
Bronx flan As Hew
Assistant Here

CARE today announted the ap appointment
pointment appointment of Peter A. Scalcione,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Seal Sealcione,
cione, Sealcione, of the Bronx, as assistant
to, the CARE mission chief in
Panama.

Scalcione, 25, born in New York
City, attended Christopher Colum Columbus
bus Columbus High School, and took his ba bachelor's
chelor's bachelor's degree at the Bernard Ba Banish
nish Banish School of Business and Civic
Administration, City College, in
June, 1956. He also attended the
School for Foreign Students at the
University of Perugia,. Italy.
,5After graduation, he Joined the
staff of the Bank or America, and
later served as correspondent in
the International Division of Faw Fawcett
cett Fawcett Publications. He joined CARE
,the nonprofit overseao aid 'agency,
on April 1. 4
In Panama, Scakione-will as assist
sist assist in the administration a
country-wide distrbution ,of pow powdered
dered powdered milk and other foods !from
,U.S. farm surplus stocks &biting
needy children and to hospitals,
orphanages, welfare centers and
other institutions.
Ile will also help direct the
CARE Self-Help program, under
which plows, agritultural imnle imnleMints,
Mints, imnleMints, tool kits for carpenters. ma
sons and other mechanics are dia diatrilmited
trilmited diatrilmited as gifts film the Amer American
ican American people among' needy Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian farmers and traftsmeS.

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Alliinliars Second Margaret Meets The Wo' rids Most
Igi e
Fund-Raliing Ei. 11 Man But Ro'mance Is Absent :v
Set For May 26 ,o, 4,f,!

The forthcoming presentation of
a duo-piano recital and ballet per performance
formance performance on May '26 at the Cen Central,Theater
tral,Theater Central,Theater by the AltaMira Club
will mark the second fund-raising
activity of the group.
'With voice teach& Prof. Mar Martha,
tha, Martha, Spoel acting as adviser, the
club has dedicated the program
to the youth of Panama,
The duo-pianist recital by a
pair of young performers will fea
ture modern music' as well as the
works of contemporary composers.
Following the recital, Club Al Altamira
tamira Altamira will round out its fund fundraising
raising fundraising activities for the first half
of the year with the stponsorship
of special train to Colon on June
21 and the annual Father's Day
program in Colon on the same
day.

Bridge Class
Meets Tonight
At USO-JWB
- e
regulai 'wtekly'
the Bridge class"' meets tonight
at 8 in the USNTWB.
Under the direction of Pfc. Rich Richard
ard Richard Spero, this class offers an
opportunity for beginnersi or those
who want tot brush up on their
bridge gaitte.
There will 'also be a meeting
of the Spe'cial' Education Associa Association
tion Association tonight at J:30. All members
and those' interested in this work
are -invited.

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GETS AWARD Roy Taut, chief of the policiel and procedures division, Comptroller Section, ,, a
USARCARIB, recently received an award for outstanding performance of duty from the comptroller, :,,:,
Col. W. E. Ecides. At the short ceremony at Fort'Amador were, left to right, Samuel H. Grand,
J.L.
chief of the internal review branch, and Roscoe Cleveland, chief of the non appromiated funds ;
,..vt,
branch, both with the Comptroller Section, USARCARIB. (US Army Photo)
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LONDON, May 8 (UPI) The The king of 'kings, the Queint',1,1t
Shah of Iran. the workPa, most of England, Princess Margitret,'!;"Z
eligible bachelot, and Britain's Prince Philip sat down to pop",17,,,
Princess Margaret, the world's form a quieter rituallunch." '1,.'"'"
most eligible princess shook -,4,V,
hands under the big clock at Vic Victoria
toria Victoria station today. London's tra- ',''
ditional trysting place. "A,
The 39-year-old king and the 28- For
year-old princess met in the midst
of the pomp and circumstance fur- PROMPT
,
rounding lits mai welcotne on a u
visit of state. Roniante was ab- CO U RTECI
I
sent, however. .,
'
The handsome shah arrfred a- RADIO .-
board his royal jet airplane at
Gatwick Airport and boarded a TV-HI-FI '' 0
special train which took him to
I
Victoria Station to met,. Queen SERVICE
1
Elizabeth, Prince Philip and a among
mong among the bejeweled royalty in the i
welcoming cerpmonr, ateodoPrime CALL 2-2374 o
Minister Harold Macmillan, leo- 4
reign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd and MON SAT. till 8 p.m. 1
other commoners.
The ,,Shah was also Introduced ALL WORK
to another of Britain's most eligt eligtble
ble eligtble spinsters. the beautiful Prin- GUARANTEED. - 1
cess Alexandra who was with her s ,.
Mother,. the Duchess, of Kent. TELERAD .. 1
'Cheeringl crowds standing under
'British Union Jacks and Iranian ".
1
flees lined the carliage route to
Buckinghani Palace. The Shah, --, It '''' '"""1
seated text to the Queen, smiled t
and the Queen acknowledgged the
tribute with gentle waves. ralloodas Allskawilo
Princess Margaret followed In ,
, .,-,
,,,
the next carriage with the Duke
midia.11
of Gloncesteti, l' rkt.l. i '''''' ,Oir t
. The teams of att grayAorses -,
finally rumbled into the :palace Across from, Coca-Cola 1
grounds past the Ted-coated guard at Frangipani
men.
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The above is a reproduction of a mes message
sage message of K-Listo Kilovatio which' is at at,
, at, tiched to service bills of customers ,who
have unpaid accounts 60 days old.
'This is a reminder that the account is
over-due and that service mdy be sus suspended
pended suspended without further notice.
If you should receive a notice of this
nature from K-Listo Kilovatio, please pay
'your hill promptly to avoid inconveniences
:
to yourself.

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"'regiment Ito Min was ieuing toe Ill uv uvuw v vu uumuuk yvulnu
! in' both parties recognize the
,
: t "basic necessity" of 'foreign aid. fbi ' I
Eisenhower and Truman bodi .-..-1
1- Manna Bible jejected charges that too much
emphasis has been put on military ,,, , 't
, 4, ,e, larn
, NIN
1
aid.
Insfilule Adds:. r e
, isenhower noted, the United :.,,,,--
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, -all Irravotry-- r- i t4, i'l
GETS AWARD Roy Taut, chief of the pi:Odell and procedures division Com131;11er Section': 4":, :
, e i States has direct eommitments,
for example to modernize and eflaenfoteet totholeridountyto,nstraoammuethi eliHc.omdGprtratmoad jail; i
USARCARIB, recently received an award for outstandin erf P ' 3'
,
support the armies of Nationalist Col. W. E. Ecides. At the short ceremony at Fort'Amadgo P ecrlem,
, .., China and South "ores and other
: Tw' o More Subjed
chief of the internal review branch, and Roscoe Clevelarndw, t 11,
branch, both with the Comptroller Section, USARCARIB. (US Army Photo)
of countries and must keep such pprop ate 1,!Ilill --
cedlnitithtuatet two P
ledge,. ', ,t4'
., rap aThonnialimouaMbajhennactsa$ shBnnaiyhounolliinen
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Truman advised against cutting Al 4 1,,,
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' ';
lama's Second Margaret Meets The World s Most
s ;,.. t
the school's porv'am. These auk either military. or economic aid,
added to
I, lects are English grannitar Ana He said conditions outside the ,
cormiziaatiown astadnd taktohomilbetaalc:., also Iron Curtain since the program
Find-Raking' :File : ,
was launched in its present loth
Eligible Man But Romance Is Absent:-
been added to the student bodY: in 1948 were "very much better."
' Mviii Goode, Ashton Wyetter, Carib! ;Inside," he said, "they a r e s ..
el tor May' 26
.
'k ,Pit ,'
,
tins Jordan, Una Bell, WO orse. And- thats just what we
: .tre,;,A1 ..
trude Brown- Want."
'The addition of twonew teach- Eisenhower was asked to com- LONDON, Mey 8 (UPI) The The king of 'kings, the Quaie-,'14
, ers, ,Ellis L Fawcett, principal of
the His' reply tossed the blame to can. Princess Margaret, the world's form a quieter rituallunch.' 'I'"n I ,- 7
silent on charges that he was "too The forthcoming presentation of Shah of Iran. the world'a most of Ecidaq, prineesa martay4t,rz r. '
duo-piano recital and ballet per- eligible bachelot, and Britain's Prince Philip sat down to pek"..'7, t
; the Paraiso Illgh Schiol, and Miss timid" In his foreign aid requests. a
Clara Watley; a teacher of formance on May '26 at the
, same school, augment the teaching Congress, which, he said, has cut tral,Theater by the Altamira Club most eligible princess shook -4?" .,t
staff to six. Fa nett and Min every aid recommendation he has will mark the second fund-raising hands under the big clock at vic vicWattley
Wattley vicWattley are teething E n gl I s b ever made. That's why, he said, (activity el the group. toria station today. London's tra- ,t t
grammar and Composition. "I think that it has not been car- iVith yoke teach& Prof. Mar- dllional trysting place. sx
The 39-year-old king and it
e 28- For
'rhe other teachere are Ethelbert ried forward as vigorously as it tha Spoel acting as adviser, the 1
Taylor, father of George Taylor should be." N club has dedicated the program year-old princess met in th
e midst t,
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who is presently connected witb to the youth of Panama- of the pomp and circumstance fur- PROMPT ,
a rounding M,s eozal welcome on a t
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the Latin American Bible Institute Rep. Walter H. Judd (R-Minn.) The duo-pianist recital by
COURTEOUS .. .,
in Costa Rica; Mrs. Olive Victor, asked Truman how public criti- pair of young performers will lea visit of state. noniante was ab ab1
1 ab1 ..t
the Rev. Samuel N. Brown, pas- dem against waste in 'aid pro- ture modern music' as well as the sent, however. t
t ,
tor of the Panama National Bap- gram' could be answered. He re- works of contemporary composers. . a. red a.
tist Cherch, and the Rev. Weida- pliecLthat it was up to Congress Following the recital, Club Al- b L;:de ,nanasome Ifilt h !trn RADIO .'
oa his royal je airplane at t
ba H. Stewart, dean of the ineti- to make Jure such waste didn't tamira will round out its fund- 4: I ,,.
P
Gatwick Ai rt and boarded a TV-HI-FI
tue. happen. raising activities for the first half
- This is filo fourth year of the He recalled his days as chair- of the year with the stponsorship aPie,9 a
i 1 trainrPwhicht took him to i
ctoria Station o niet, Queen
Institute's operation. It is expectetd M he Senate Win' Investigat- of A special train to Colon on June
, E4izabeth, Prince Philip and a- SERVICE i
e a e 21 and the annual Father s Day w,,, .
e nejeweled royalty in the
th t 13 billi
, will be graduated in December. e axpayers .- on dollars by program in Colon on the same wmures "'.' r
that approximatele 'even studen s inganCdomtmittee and said h av d
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exposing vests and duplication. day. e Ming ce pmenr, ateodoPrime a
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Minister Harold Macmillan, leo- 4
"I was tEe No. 1 Loh, of the
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U.S. government,' be said, "but J reign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd and MON SAT. tin 8 p.m.
Bridge Class other commoners.
Ider Siege Asks didn't mind the reputation as long
as we got results." The Shab was also Introduced ALL WORK
yo, A Br.old,,Fast, Meets Tonight'
to another of Britain's most elle.
ble spinsters the beautiful Prin- GUARANTEED. -
At- LISO-JWB cess Alexandra who was with her
Mother,. the Duebesa of Kent. s,,.
, (
TELERAD I -,
eller For Help
. To Feature 'Talk
.. mammon e 'Cheeringt crowds standing under
The', regular 'weekle' Semi& 0 Biltish Union Jacks and Iranian ''''
the Bridge ells:O.-meets tonight flags lined the carriage route to t ''
0 at 8 in the USO,IWB. Buckinghani Palace. The Shah, .,. ''' -"',4
she broke into the house with a
Under the direction of Pfc. Rich- seated text to the Queen, smiled a 1
hammer--will not let her back. On Poe's Essays ard Spero, this class offers an and the Queen acknowledgged the ;
Furthermore, she said, her law- opportunity for beginnersor those nibutte with gentle waves. rielegola slegetlin
't
Tise English language service who want tof brush up on their Princess Margaret followed In : ',-
heart Ind cannot appear.
yer is in a hospital- vith a bad
of the Voice of AMermat Will lea- bridge game., the next carriage with the Duke
The lithe, sun-tanned 'Mrs. Wile- ture a discussion ot tile short sto- There will 'also be a meeting of Gloncesteri, ,,...4,,e,i,!;t
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Ian charged her husband has tried ries and essays of Edgar Allan of the Special Education Associa- The teami of tilit giiiilioraes ,,,itt
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to. starve her out of the house On Poe next Saturday. lien tonight at 7130. All members finally rumbled into the ; palace Across from, Coca-Cola 1
Shelter Rock Road, complete with, The talks, onaucted by Dr. and those' interested in this work grounds past the Ted-coated guard at Frangipani t. t
35- foot swimming pool, cabana Theodore Ehrsam, of Nee, Yerk are -invited.
men.
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. . umveesity. are Dart of a series t , 1 t
and doll house almost as big as

ss timid" in his foreign aid requests. a cell. Princess. Margaret, the world's form a quieter ritual-lunch." :?'1i6T0, :
POLARMILLE4ligist4-MaY,6,-.4 Mertzand,ene,f,Negre1 acqUitteit: lii 14yerelestified,:thet.thereAree, eie era, ,suis La e evave'''', e",""I'v'-- suwel. Fu "argra mai Oa Wig -100 nwr '!'"""1""6 1"'""'''''" -i.7-76141,- ITNEins "7-frit-a-Fn.,- ,... r..141610111:1t E.1111Ce43 starcirrer,,,;,-: ',r,
the His' reply toned ,the blame to
t e Pa ,gh
(UP,I)..-Ayloung-negro .rape,,loa., wititt,bion4tnmed.of..ettetniitini.;daniage te,,the' skull ca,uswlIg,f,rae. h rano III, Schiol and sit
formance 'on May '26 -at the
duo-piano recital. and ballet per- e igi ac e or, an s Prince Phibli sat down to, pop"1-..... ;
pect' IddnapPett ,,femit Ade unguent' t9 repew NegrO.womtin" .,, .;'!, ;e. turit-or Niles, 'Niorv)iiii.'there-eik Clara Wallas)", a tegehar al
ed 10 kellieniat Ve'aetateir:-,h3t yl'iWeeetniotlelY kokthe; laW,OVe, detice!of,sexualAnatilittleti..4,the same school,. augment the t hi C
eac ng ongress, which, he said, has cut tral,Theater by the Altamira Club most eigible princess shook -,41,'", :'
d' Miss
two,gunetiotsiircerinier1s jury, tita7 Can get nai.ingtiCilindar the pre' Negro. alotits' haiids. of Alielynch:, staff to six. Tenet an everY aid recommendation he has wilt Mark the second fund-r g
titian hands under the big cloek at vic -' ,,,-----,-. ,..,',I !!
ad today.,;, f!;.',,,,,,.., .'' .,,,, t, '..,. sent system. 't tA(' Items, alci,-;:,11( ere ,,, ,- : i ,,, -- -; .,: Wattley are teething- E a till s h ever made. That'; whY, he said, factiVity 'of the group. t od Lo d 1 t
ona station t ay. n on s ra- -4
"I think that it has With.' yoke teacher Prof Mar MarThe
The MarThe ; Negro;,,,:A3-year-ol& Mack ,we ;feel that, on injostree.is: dene,-, The-:slim,',:bushr liair 'Negro grammar and tompoiltion. not been car- : ditional trysting place. .
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Charles Parker,,,,was ,. abducted; we. ,,,inost.,, right': the& antV ref, en: wea) abdueted ,whae ;awaiting trial 'rhe other teach
ere are Ethelbert ned forward as vi orousl the, S el actin as adviser the
g y as it r , Th 39- M ki d it 211- FOr
e year-o ng an e '61; i.:
T I h ul
ay or a o d he. . N club at dedicated the program year-old princees met in the midst It Itfrom
from Itfrom t,he ?earl-River emnity ceurt..., the:spot --be ,,pr:enued te'',: ,inflict: en,'',ohargee ,of, japing a :peegnitit Taylor, father of Georoo get.d with PROMPT ,' ,, ,,,
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house-- jail s.,,' weel0 agreoloalusatuo, -punishment okttiese, people. 1:feet. yotmg. white mother -On a lonely, who is presently co ec to the :youth of Pana,mt. of the pomp and circumstance fur- 7,
.:- 'I li that -thi is 'Ani 1- r-; i h ru the Latin American Bible Inetitute Rep, Walter H. Judd (R-Minn.) The' duo-pianist recital by
day.. His .1)0,,ty weli. o oating ,,, ,a-, 0,,Otle,,,,,,--r way of,sn, h g wer, last ,Feb aeir- ,, '' Icoin on a
a rounding his evil, we, ,
in the,-.:,PearVItiver10 mile ;West' Nisil.., -, ., ., ,,, ., : ,,: .-. ;,.;The ,,,rapa yidtior,:lormerty: livid in .Costa Rica; Mrs. Olive Victor, &eked. Truman hoW public criti pair:. el young performers wat fea visit of state. Roniante was ab- COURTEOUS ..
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of :here lionday'ltiorzdng.4',,:,,.",,. '. sent however
It; Since the,. federal,. government at, Bogehlea'andllothorities4-''-haVe the Rev. Samuel N. Brown, pas- dons against waste In 'aid pro- turemodern music' as well as the
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uld be anmre e eDothic,titeteitetueat;,lhe,',40:4nart
Dothic,titeteitetueat;,lhe,',40:4nart eDothic,titeteitetueat;,lhe,',40:4nart WitiOiot,,hring,ii .htiltAo. lynchleg- investigatedl -theries.;, that the tor of the Panama National BaP greme co d. He r works of contemporary composers. ,,,,, .. red o
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ITBI -investigtitioe,,,,teitin 4--iend.-it 'inlhesetith and,Sineellsitie,callidAtiehers:teniemite,,,POliteville4rot tist Chorch, and the Rev. Wal to
da, plied 'Ahat it was- up to Congress Following the recital, Club Al- Ine nanasome stun. am
RADIO
..waiiii74,14sestript.,st.gollg F4;12111,,-..4y40,,01,,,,ropi,,4gaoy trielsianS, She nieeed reeentry',With ba H. Stewart, dean of the Intl- b make Jure such waste didn't tamire will round 'out its fund- o t air 1 n a
board his r yal je p a e t 1,,
war-,k. Petrol.',:' offitialt ,e,!intensffied 11.',,, lin inecesserrtoi:iitoir..1.1Yuching; 7 et,. fannlysyttz'',YorrestCounty, toe. itepen. raising activities for. the first half rPc1
Gatwick Ai rt and boarded a TV-HI-FI ,i; ,
thwllitiefor;uoynkft,,,,,,,,,o,hat:Avithip01411,,.i,then,,,.,11,011118t,,,,ktylvliss,ye.,....,--. ..'i ''-'',;,, ir''''' ',;.: ....1;:t ,.',,Hi' s. This Is the fourth year a the Hu reealled his days as chair- of the year with the sponsorship special train which' took him to
Victoria Station to met. Queen ti !-
entered;ParkerItAititialirlMtiliird: '.'4,711
Llingiti,"reSert,tojhat'metlied.;,'.,.,Ww':arres,te.hayelieen,isade's'lit Institutes operation. It is expectetd 1;11 of
ganc thettenatedWerdinvestigat- of a,,special train to,Colon on June
Elizabeth 'Prince Philip and a SERVICE I ''',,
edliii;cell.'i,:' 1,,..,y.tai,,;,,s ,-,. ..,,,.,; r -J, Parlere.hopY:-.wae.tpund,.1,:the the---till--,- litit!'.,,littrestilgatiost,"of ,the that approximately moven studen s ommi ee an sal he saved 21 and the '111141111k1 Father's Day
, Parker ',VIS01. beitelellOhle:'eelr Pearl.VAtlee -on :1 Ale: Mississ Opel'. lynehing, i..,,!.,:: A.e.;.;.,,','. 1,'.; ,,',..:1,:.,,,.x....:..el will be graduated in DeceM th t 1 billi
bet axpayers 5- on dollars by program. in. Colon on 'the same mong the 'bejeweled royalty .in the i
woo, :Jae -ArilqamAhtmded ',..:. and' AbOt-;,OlieIliat''...iilite-,,';1101raiirealn: ':. :.',, .. ' , '. ' ..' 1 expoiing waste and duplication. day. welcoming ceremony', eteodoPrime CALL 2-2374
glover4eltiteinert.4;terriediliini ,fr.onf','a,r-,Iligh,Vialbritige',BPaltnint..'-2; .' -,,. '' ,,,' ''' '. ;-';:',-'f..':i:;:';- :'' "I was tEe No. 1 co.b. of the Minister Harold Macmillan, Ivo- t
feet ', -firigt,,,dcrai011ireeNtlightkos, -. a ,,Ti er,,Whieli, is the, littialsaippi. :8 i, .., .. :,,. ,,, e t ., U.S. government,' he- said, "but 71 b LI reige ,Seeretary,Selwyn Lloyd and MON.'". SAT. till 8 p.m.
stairs-I& '. waiting Ycsr,:ltlerrieets Aktinilerlit:'Otate...:line i.'f,. ;',-, ..'.7',,i':-,, didn't mind the reputation as long oriuge Class other commoners.
later-4 46tivesSiriii,, feur 'oyr ,..liers, ',';1',Ie ,W.aa ihuried at- hi's,. hotitet,001,, :, :,
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on e'' 1 e'' nder Siege Asks as we got results. The ,,,Shati was also introdund r
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cars,-.ciirried'itYkarlawity.;fralt, at ...Ian herton, 411 3,, Yesterdsy ,'"., '-:!' :,--,,-. ,,,,,,.. ,..,, .-i ,,,.. -..:. ,, ,, , Meets Tonight' to another of Britain's most elle. ALL WORKi ,
thi.(stitti,ighoodoot,,,ovin,",,,,,!:,, His ,j,nother, Wai-,,,Stilknot,loeatc,d,.:-'.', ',1, ,-,,,, l'7 -,-,',:,5'1', ': .., owl' .:, ,'"' ble spinsters. the beautiful Prin- GUARANTEED.s::
mia'nwitile4111,'Monroe, lc -..e4,4 Sho-i"afeti ,', believed:en, leuto:'',Noii,-. Kt VOA r040051 At. LISO-JWB cess Alexandra who was tvith her
Negro leader,L,Cherging ',that lnenvi..
clartto taliforide. .,:,t4 visit itlister.:. SOn"' 0
n- '1.. ' 'It ''t ''fe 'e er For --- Help Mother,. 1,1 Duebess, of Kent.,
, e Cheeringl crowds standing under TE -: l'. 1
LERAD
bert' et trinket Cannots, ebtaht juitl; She leitildondWprideltdAea 7 g ,.. ,. ,-. : ,, ...,,, .,. : l ,,,,,E 4 .----- .--, ,,,' .T1 To eature 'Talk me' rigillai"t611I'."34611 (' Bath Union Jacks and. Iranliiii s i 4..
tice jit,,theicourts,4haelltreateried. of the diseovervoirher Aon1s , 7 y4 ,,.:.,:ri',27: 1:,'''. -,.,r.. 7 ...:. '',-p 4-6...,...,;, ......... the Bridge clase-riteets tonight flags lined the caniage route to
to '",ineet",violetieWrwithAdolencee,", i '''',The--',corener'le Jurti!:,,beld'--that, .-'' -'..':,1',,, ',,j, '- L;':,--; ',;t, ?;.',-,-,-,71.' .- .,,: -' ''' II.' ' at 8 in the USOIWB.'' , Buckingliani Palace. The Shah, ' - -''''' 'me" ..
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Rbert,AutiOniti,l)teiOtic,,00f r arter,),,,a1-4121;,:bvtwo 'Plvigh. fmomisszt,,', )141,, OPI101414, she broke Into the house with a '-,-., .1
Under the.direction of Pfc. Rich- seated text to 'the Queen, limited t .. .,
the.Unioit Cmintr Chapter of1Alits sPeecOProSe.ctilee-.'whieh'Penetret4.' Isebellsi.:',Wbelan,-'.'ailfe':'hi'''.t.lie hammer-;-will not let her back. On Poe's Essays ard Spero, this class offers an and the Queen acknowledgged the
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Natinnat 'Assn4Mthe,rAdVenee '-efl',.N,Ibtait,116;tionga...rour-inviet nenhew.--elf4litt,drug'kluithleundel,, Furthermore, she said, her law
opportunity for beginnersior those bibute with gentle waves. regegases Ilim-e
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ment.Colored,Peeplei:Fiald,,last were; teonti; in :the :hod.. ', 4' nppeeled ilci -Gee. ilielson, 'Rorke; yer is in, a hospital-, vrith, a bad .111se English language service who want loThrush up on their Princes,' Margaret followed' In !I
Ne rosaitiusCavenlye'7-',1,10,119,ets, were'iound, ,,TtlieNe27.' I ', .1" d t 'AI' 1 !-ttlft. the heart Ind -cannot appear.
night,"that..... g ,, , .. ,,,,. , , in,, -fel er 4... ues eY.. 0- e P 1,-',' of the Voice of America wilt lea- bridge gaitie.,.. the next carriage with the Dtike .,
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wiliingje-..,,kilk,,,,V,,itecessary:-., ,to gr hodY.,..,4.. .-, .,,,,, ,,.. .. -,--7;,- k, siege.,,,nlie:- has -einderg ne Al ie The lithe, sun-tanned
'Mrs lithe- tors a discussion of tile short ate- There -4111 4Iso be a meeting of Gloucester,. ,,,,,t.,.4.,,,i,,,:7,',' : ,, I
protect ',t1terriselVeiti;,..egains-t....WhittV ''..;,,,-,NO'iVitnitiee ,- said 1....ellnitely 'that- Eister,.'714. k:SISOAV L04(131414 Ian charged her husband has tried ries ana essays of, Edgar Allan of, the ,Speelar Education Associa- :The .tearia.;.id efi., grayliorses tr.
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peopto,k,,t,,,,,,, i,-;, .... .;,-;.,;-, ,.2the.:Aeetids,wittehullet.holesolied Mitate -' -: 1, 4-- ', '.-'., :;.,-, ,.-:,' to-starveler 'out of the house on Poe next Sa,turday. -, ,::
- tion tonight' at ,1t.:30. All members finally runibleil into ,,,the ',:r palace ,o,'
Across from: Coca-Cols 1,-
4-11V94annot,--,Stilte.T.thes4r,peenle. the. ery, id hot.rule speeilically,:;, -The '39.-year-ohi hiconde, Is.;under Shelter Rock Road, complete with- ; The talks, onnucted by Dr. and' those' interested "in this work' geounds past the vidcoafiel- guard t''''
at Feangipani ', i
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who,40,,tra,totatke,,,toithe ,s,00rt. thatithe,A-Yearnictislegro';,,was rrderetoappear,,,in,.,court with het 55- foot swimming ,pool, eabina ...
,, ., : ,-... :, ,. ,, Theodore Ehrsarti, of Nese York are Ineited. ' men.
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and 40, beionimineeesary A pun.; slfot, It ;Ippeared,lealy howeYer,1 awyer,,Wedeesday, hi' ,argue,eeen and doll house almost as big as
University, are part of a series ),- II,
islithenr OttrselVes'.,,IU the, futtirei' thet4the ',,vietiiii War, :slain -Soon- IterAittOreechargeehy lierielf.end the split-level ranch homes sProut on "America's Literary Ilerit, : .., . .
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we'aretoing, to. 'IlliveAeAry,4nd, efter:-being taken frent,the.'4"up. rjeroine,eirbalan, ,,5e-',,neripnifillen- int up nearby; ' ,,
- age, currentiy being b,roadeast piiiiiieers,eareeiisma,0,-1040,44'1""'---- '-'''"---,,,--',,,a.,- ,...---,- -,.
conViit:"-thesepeeple,,lon. the,:seot. lerville ,jail.,-, ,-- ,: -,, ',,,,'.' ,,?i'a.-,,'' ttirili3OWeirOtameie!busineie.-', Exceet for the goodness ot each Saturday, . ,;-, ",,,-
Thie': (Mena ,,:, the; ...waY, jo,,'4itall ,- to-, '',-;liturder,, "-:',,clietti..:T.,-4erer, ,'.', filed n;.'
.,,,'';')71riV'''WhelaWrieftises te' jeaVe newsmen.. who brought her food, 1'
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lence2.1,,,,,,;,-- ',:.,','',,,, .,.....;:i, 314itz.,i','le44',,,,:ii,4.,;,, iitiltaC,,etinjiiieWit:tiaaellatits..7,Kid-' the;.20.4-09. in..litanainti,--On,,,,grOMills Mrs. Whelan said, she Ind her
Edgar Allan Poe,' who lived ', '' ,,.
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w4giaittielhatt,o, coateme44,.;,, .hiirg,i,,,,,,fik,v,iter,,,,,, the:,p.te,det.40,44,,,brred bt,t,t toti, 'Brian,..9, would have had to ..,, to 180, boo boo ,,
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few hotirSAlter: elin-1,0,711,-,,white.: ", Bit' SpeelaPI,Agent,.Jeseph-,,,Itt husbatadvitont;ilie,"evaded' 'lien surrender., . -iffietwes211 '''. ''' 41 ,-.
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r did Mrs. WheionI cribed by Killis Campbell as "the .. 1 '-', ;., '.
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.:,,,'';',.,,:,',.,,,...-i'',,,',.,;'''.,',.,r1;.:4','N.,A.4r,1';.'-'.''4,'-,,-E,..,.'',:-,,::':-.,i.',.''-',1,:,,.':E,,,-',.i..4,-,,,,:-4,',.,;,,,,,.--1,,,,,,,k:.:,',i.,,p,s,....,.....i'....,,;i;,44,4.,:,;-.',-,'r'''',.",'A-.-?,'"g:,if, -"But I ean't go on like this," bY
foster parenta. Ali through his mi emit& Peeldni .r4 4
41.'r...-:',i.,,':-;-.?,:f:4;t.;::.''''.'4,46.i. ,11,,,. .,',",,,T,-,-.-:-,,,,." ,,,,..,-',,-,,-1,,... ;,-,,i ,1.,:'?I'':--.,-,', ':'H':-..,,,4,1'.,:..414,-.-01,.,A,40;:ov'',,,,,,,,:.--:...'.:,1,,-'Y''...4k Jibe said "s1 feel like someone. life he was plagued by, personal ', eb de to tom tasted me ). ;, 2 .' :?
;; :,,,K,!:., ', :,,.:,::,:,0.:,: il, r .-:.:i-:,1,:, -,,y,f ,.,:i.,..:,..k. k ,i4 ,.- -,:: -,, -:' .,,. :,.' : :.:,.: -,,5,,,-: e,,... ,,,,,-,,, ,:,:,i:,1., ,:t, ;,,,;:,q,,,,,44:',,',', -ii:,:'::, :' 4 .,,...:, :1,::. ::,,,,4 tra, edies and misfortunes. Hs di d : '-., 'VP-. '' &probe NOW fity.. la deteradadsonere 7t ,-.: i
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pover 1 , 40,0, e ho rocibido mods boos b p
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Residents Invited
To Visit Panama,
American Center

The Panamanian North Amer American
ican American Association is now receiving
students both for its classes in
English and in Spanish, which be begin
gin begin on May 18.
The location on Peru Avenue
No. 66 was chosen because ot the
accessibility of the place to all
buses which pass within a block
on Via Espafia and the ampll
parking space for cars near the
Center. This solves the program
of transportation for students. and
visitors. However, the Center is
far enough removed from the
street noises to insure a tranquil
enviroment for its activities.

There are eight classrooms a available
vailable available for the 12 levels of Eng English
lish English instruction and the six levels
of Spanish instruction which will
be offered five days a week in
the morning, afternoon and evoi evoiing
ing evoiing hours.

In addition to the classrooms
there will be a library with books
bah in English and in Spanish
for the use of the members of
the association as well as the st stdents
dents stdents of language classes. A snack
bar will also be installed for the
benefit of those who come to the
center.

An ample exhibit room has been
set aside for lectures, movies, Lid.
shows. At present there are in dis
play 40 paintings by PanamantLn
and North American artists. rhis
exhibit will be up until Saturday.
Anyone who is interested in sme
ing and visiting the Center is in invited
vited invited to drop in rnd browse around.

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NEW YORK, May 6(UPI)--Top
U.S. Steel Company and United
Steelworkers Union officials enter entered
ed entered the second day of preliminary
contract talks today far apart on
issues and under a presidential
warning against an inflationary
settlement.

President Eisenhower warned
yesterday the government "cannot
stand still and do nothing" if both
sides do not take statesman-like
action. Administration officials
said they believed Eisenhower was
trying to build up public opinion
against a wage increase that
would lead to higher steel prices.
Negotiators for both sides pledg pledged
ed pledged to seek a non-inflationary a agreement,
greement, agreement, but their positions dim dimmed
med dimmed hopes of avoiding a strike aft after
er after the three year contract cover

CHICAGO (UPI) A self-styled
former Communist told a House
un-American,activities subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee yesterday that the, poweeful
Packinghouse Workers Union is
"saturated" with Communists in
Chicsgo
Carl Nelson said "the party
would be in an excellent position
to cu. off food supolies" In ease
of war because of its Infiltration
into the heart t the nation's
mestpacking industry.
Nelson testified at the opening
of committee hearings to deter determit,
mit, determit, if Communists have gained
no,-itions of Dower in Chicago un unions
ions unions The subcommittee chairman.
Ren. Morgan M. Moulder fl:)Mo ).
said there wert signs that the
Communists had made the meat
packing industry one of their
main concentration points in the
middle west.
Committee investigators. Mould Moulder
er Moulder said. have found evidence Indi
rating that Communists are trying
to move into the narking industrv
Which "Is vitol not only to the
onomirof this area but essen essentisi
tisi essentisi to tha mmin'onance of a strong
!IP' 411191 defenee.
The hearing1i (mew! tietipile
eomnlaint from the United Peek
Ingham-. weekort ttnion
And nickete patrolling h
street outside Chicago's Federal
Building.

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Commies 'Saturate' Union In Chicago,
Former Red Advises House Committee

Ralph Helstein, president of the
UPW, wrote a letter to the com
mit ee saying it was "unfortun "unfortunate"
ate" "unfortunate" that the hearings coincided
with the opening of union negotia negotiatons
tons negotiatons with the packing industry.
He said the UPW is on record as
opposed to Communists and does
not allow Reds to hold union office.

The 10 pickets, mostly Negroes,
carried signs, One calling for an
investigation of "white citizen
MACH.; against the Supreme
Ceurt and the Cfnistitutin."
Nelson said the pickets were
sponsored by the Chicago Cenimit,
tee tO Demberatic Rights. T h
committe's ehtirmin. Leon Kit Kitten.
ten. Kitten. and its executive secretary,
Pichird Criley, are both active
Communist Party members, Nei.
son said.

Nelson ticked off a list of men
he said were Communists active
in union affairs. He said he based
his knowledge on 15 yeors of partv
membershiss, from 1939 to 1940
and activity in party affairs on'il
1954 or 1033.

He left the Communists. Nelson
said. because "I seen the way
two tied to methen I went
into business for myself And T
didn't have time to fool around
with ,thern."

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US Steel, Union Enter Second Day
Of Talks Still Far Apart On issue

int 500,000 workers In basic steel of the present contract as a means
industry expires June 30. of guaranteeing no further inflation
The weekly magazine, The Iron this year.
Age, said nothing short of a mire- David J. MoDnald, president of
cle seems likely to prevent along the union, told negotiators for U.S.
and bitter strike. It said the USW Steel the union would "press for formight
might formight strike tome companies end ward" for a "substantial imporve imporvelet
let imporvelet others work. In that case, On molt in our wage Structure' and
Age said, the cbmpanies have pre- for some prvgram that would in invided
vided invided for mutual assistance plan crease employment itt the indus indusunder
under indusunder which operating firms would try.
turn over part of their revenue to He argued the industry's In Inthose
those Inthose hit by walkouts. creased productivity and earnidgs
enabled it to grant increases with withThe
The withThe Steelworkers opened the out raising prices.;
contract negotiations by demand- R. Conrad Coop'er, chief nego negoing
ing negoing substantial wage increases and tiator for the company and the in inother
other inother contract changes despite the dustry, said flatly the "only sure
hint by President Eitenhower of way" to avoid inflationary pres prespossible
possible prespossible government intervention. sures was to extend the present
U.S. Steel Corp., leader in the contract for one year period.
basic steel industry countered by McDonald told a news eonfer
gain offering a oen-year extension 0, ft" morninty ne,totiatinft

of guaranteeing no further inflation
this year.
David J. MoDnald, president of
the union, told negotiators for U.S.
Steel the union would "press for forward"
ward" forward" for a "substantial imporve imporvemolt
molt imporvemolt in our wage structure' and
for some program that would in increase
crease increase employment j.n the indus industry.
try. industry. He argued the industry's In Increased
creased Increased productivity and earnidgs
enabled it to grant increases with without
out without raising prices.;
R. Conrad Coop'er, chief nego negotiator
tiator negotiator for the company and the In Industry,
dustry, Industry, said flatly the "only sure
way" to avoid inflationary pres pressures
sures pressures was to extend the present
contract for one year period.
McDonald told a news confer conference
ence conference after a morning negotiating
session yesterday the union reject rejected
ed rejected the extension propbsal a month
ago and had not changed its view
since.
Both Cooper and McDonald sald
they hope,' to come un with a mu mutually
tually mutually satistaotory agreement with without
out without any government intervention.
such as was hinted by President
Eittenhowert
The union yesterday began nego negotiating
tiating negotiating senaratelv with US. Steel.
Kaiser Steel Bethlehem Steel and
Renublic Steel It will onen talks
with eight other companies tods37
and tomorrow.
After these individual talks aro
out of the waytossibly next week
four men bargainine teama ren renreaenting
reaenting renreaenting management awl lahor
will get detwn to winos eollortive
bargaining on new enntract for
50010 basic steel worker.
At these sessinns with the indi individual
vidual individual eomnanieS attential
masa bartaininr team for MO
pitlas, tho prescAtati it" for formal
mal formal contract tiantantlx and Wire
the companies' eounter argument.

SINK FIRE RUG
BRUSSELS (UPI) Police 0-
day sought p firebug or militia
who last night gave the Deus.
sels Brim brigade its biggest riebt
pinee the World Wst I bombing
raids. 'Ms 'womanise set tire to
six buildings.

PONE moos Atm leNcis
VATICAN CITY (UPI) PODP
John XXIII yesterday held levet
ate private audiences tor Mott
Jaws Edward Kearney, bishop
nir Rocheiter, N.Y., tool Mir
Walter Andrew Foe's, 'bishop of
Syracuse, N.Y.

DESPED1DA Mr and Mrs. Walter 011V-Or''WerigUeits of honor at a deipedida glvenitaturday ivenineat thellol!
GUeSt House by group'of SlurrinJ 'and profeeors Pan;A:to" tir!Can' institute.',where 'the Cilyers
have been directors for the past 18 years. They plant leave the isthmus thlimonth to live' with their son,
his family in California.

REFRESHMENTS
Pictured at the buffet table
are, from left, Rear Admiral
John Quinn, Chief of the U.S.
Naval Mission In Brazil, Brig.
Oen. Milton L. Odom, Mrs.
Dorothea Rodimon and Mrs.
George Wales. The event
was a farewell compliment
to Rear Admiral and Mrs.
Wales, offered last week at
the Fort Amador Offi Core
Club. They will leave next
week for the States, where
the Admiral has been assign assigned
ed assigned to a sea command at Litt If
Creek, Va.

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the' ever-present stokle. Fel Fel,
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There are eight classrooms a
lig- Negotiators for both sides pledg- hint by President Eisenhower of way" to avoid inflationary pres-
vailable for the 12 levels of E
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lish instruction and the six levels ed to seek a non-inflationary.. a- possible government intervention. sures was to extend the present
. greement, but their positions dim- U.S. Steel Corp., leader in the ..
of Spanish instruction which will 'contract for s one year period.
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LEADING
HITTERS
(Based on 50 official at bats)
. National League
Siiuffs Out Two Wisfiingtoh
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- j By FRED DOWN
j NEW YORK, May 6 (tJP It was Bob Tur Turley
ley Turley to the New York Yankees' rescue in their hour
of jiecd just as it was last October in the World
Series.

Turley who won two games and
uve! a third In the Yankees' great
Series comeback, played the All
American boy" again last night
when his brilliant relief pitching
enabled the world champions to
end their five-game losing streak
with 'a 3-2, 10-inning victory over
fee Kansas CHy Athletics.
The triumph a thriller n
which Turley struck out the side in
the last of the 10th after an open opening,
ing, opening, pop-fly double by Hector Lo Lo-letJgct
letJgct Lo-letJgct the Yankees back in the
win column but was too much of a
personal victory to indicate the
champions actually have shaken
their slump. Turley who has scor scored
ed scored the Yankees' only two victories
ince April 22, stopped a four four-game
game four-game skid April 29 but the New
Yorkers promptly lost five more in
a row.
Held at bay by Ned Carver for
evea innings, the Yankees ap appeared
peared appeared to have won the game
whed Tony Kubek hit their first
homer in six games to put them in
front! 2-1. But the Athletics filled
the bases on Hal Smith's single and
two walks and tied the score on
Preston Ward's sacrifice fly before
Turley, relieving Whitey Ford, re retired
tired retired the side.
A walk, Gil McDougald's sing e
nd Rill Skowron's sacrifice f y
put the Yankees arhead again m
the 10th but Turley immediate y
eot into trouble when McDougald
and right-fielder Hank Bauen let
Lopez' leadoff pop fly fall for a
double. Turley, taking matters
completely into his own hands,
then struck out Roger Mans and
Bob Cerv, walked Hal Smith, and
then struck out Wayne Terwilliger
to era! the suspense.
The American League' pitcher
of the year In 1958, Turley hat
only a 3-3 record this sea ion but
the Yankees have scored a total
of four runs b his three defers.
Hit previous wins were by 3-2
and 54 scores.
The Yankees' struggle -to end
their astonishing slump overshad overshadowed
owed overshadowed the longest game of the year
so far a W inning battle in which
the Milwaukee Braves beat the Los
Angeles -Dodgers, 3-2, and went
back into first place in the Nation National
al National League. Hank Aaron, who's
known a little World Series glory
himself, broke it up with a 400-foot
double that scored Eddie Mathews
from first base four minutes before
a tie-producing curfew was due.
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The league-leading Cleveland In Indians
dians Indians walloped the Baltimore Ori Orioles.
oles. Orioles. 9-1, the Detroit Tigers down downed
ed downed the Boston Red Sox, 8-3, and
the Washington Senators defeated
the Chicago White Sox, 8-3, in the
other American League games.
The Cincinnati Reds beat the San
Francisco Giants, 5-2, the Chicago
Cubs whipped the Pittsburgh Pi Pirates,
rates, Pirates, 6-3, and the Philadelphia
Phillies rallied for an 8-7 victory
over the St. Louis Cardinals in the
other National League activity.
Aaron doubled home the tying
run for the Braves in the seventh
inning of their four-hour and 47 47-minute
minute 47-minute game and Don McMahon
and Bob Rush limited the Dodgers
to only one hit for the next eight
innings before Hammerin' Hank
came through again. Clem Labine,
who worked the last 2 2-3 innings
for-Los Angeles, was the loser.
Leftv Don Ferrarese pitched no no-hit
hit no-hit ball until the seventh inning
and finished With a four-hitter for
the Indians who backed him with a
12-hit attack. The Indians went off
in front with five runs in the first
inning. Every Indian hit safelv at
least once except Woodie Held.
Ttd Lepcio, traded by Boston
last Saturday, hit a grand-slam
homer against his former mates
as the Tigers made it three
straight victories under new
manager Jimmy Dykes and Jim

Lemon, Bob Allison and Harmon
Killibrew paced Washington's 13 13-hit
hit 13-hit attack that tagged White Sox
ace Billy Pierce with his second
defeat.
Don Newcombe Ditched a five five-hitter
hitter five-hitter and Frank Robinson hit a
three-run homer as the Reds
knocked the Giants out of first
place. Willie Kirkland homered for
the Giants who saw Sam Jones
suffer his fourth setback against
two victories.
George Altman's upper-deck
homer at Forbes Field was the big
Wow for the Cubs as Pittsburgh's
Bob Friend suffered his fifth
straight setback and Ed Bouchee's
bases-filled single climaxed a five five-run
run five-run ninth-inning rally that enabled
Philadelphia's Dick Farrell to win
his first game since Aug. 8. Car Cardinal
dinal Cardinal manager Solly Hemus suffer suffered
ed suffered his first ejection during the
heated game.
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20 71 15

Pet.
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.368
.366
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Aaron, Mil.
Burgess, Pitts. 18
Bruton, Mil. 15
Pinson, Cinci. 21
Moon, L.A. 20
Bouchee, Phila. 17
Post, Phila. 17
Temple, Cinci. 21
61 9
67 11
85 18
80 14
77 10
Ciraoli, St. L. 21
Alou, S.F. 1H
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Fox, Chicago 20
86 10
62 9
78 20
84 7
66 13
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strirkland. Cle. 19
Bridges, Detroit 20 72 5
Colavito, Cleve. 19 75 14
Maris. K. City 21 ru 1?
Tasby, Balti. 20 76 13
Jensen, Bos. Da
Runs Batted In
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Robinson, Reds
Demeter, Dodgers
Banks, Cubs
Pinson, Reds
Aaron, Braves
27
24
24
23
22
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Triandos, Orioles
Killebrew. Senators i
Lemon, Senators 1
Skowron, Yankees i
Cerv, Athletics 18
Home Runs.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Mathews, Braves 9
Aaron, Braves
Demeter, Dodgers
, n
Robinson, Reds
Lynch. Reds
Banks, Cubs
Cepeda, Giants b
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
8
Lemon.
Senators
Colavito, Indians
1
6
Yost, Tigers
(6 tied with 5)
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PITCHERS
(Based on 2 or more decisions)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
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Burdette, Braves .
Klippstein, Dodgers
Face, Pirates .
Haddix, Pirates
Sanford, Giants .
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4
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Wilnelm, Orioles
Fischer, Senators
Pappas, Orioles
Larson, Yankees
Giardello-Mims
Eye Vacant Title
In Clash Tonight
WASHINGTON (UPI) -Uprated
middleweights Joey Giaru.. Giaru..-lo
lo Giaru..-lo and Holly Mims will be eyemg
the newly vacated middleweight
title Wednesday iight when tney
meet in a TV fight.
Their 10-rounder will be nation nationally
ally nationally televised on ABC at 10 p.m.
6 clardcllo and Mims, both 11 11-year
year 11-year veterans, got a new incentive
for a possible -future crack at inc
title when the National Boxing As Association
sociation Association stripped Ray Robinson of
the championship Monday.
Both scrappers are ranked m
the NBA's top 10 list. Giardello is
ranked seventh, Mims eight.i.
With Robinson dethroned by NBA
both fighters stand to move up
in the ratings.
The meeting of the two veter veterans
ans veterans has been plagued by post postponement.
ponement. postponement. Last September, they
were billed to meet in San Fran Francisco's
cisco's Francisco's Cow Palace. But Giardello
pulled out 12 days before the
fight date because of a virus in infection.
fection. infection. Another meeting was scheduled
for last month, but Giardello
claimed he hadn't time to train
and got the fight moved to
Wednesday night.
Giardello, 29-year-old Brooklyn
boy, went into a slump last sum sum-mer
mer sum-mer and lost three straight fights
one to Spider Webb, who has
been mentioned to meet the win winner
ner winner of the Gene Fullmer-Carmen
Basilio middleweight champion championship
ship championship fight.
Mims, hard-hitliig, 30-year old
Washingtonian who is a singer of
gospel songs, beat third-ranked
Webb last summer in an upset.
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HOOFB.EATS
By Conrado Sargeant

The President Remon racetrack
had one of its heaviest betting
weekends when $197,388 were pour
ed through the pari-mutuels ma
chines during the three days ot
racing from Friday through Sun
day.
On Friday, May I, the plungers
bet $61,881, Saturday the wagering
shunned to an averaee $50,436 but
Sunday, because of the running of
the year's biggest feature, the bet
ting soared to $85,071. The classic
alone attracted $17,285 in straight,
place and one-two.
0O0
Friday there Will be an impor important
tant important meeting of the Panama Thor
oughbred Breeders Association.
The breeders will vote on whether
they should continue to accept
January 1 as the official birthday
of native horses or make a change
to July 1.
New Year's Day is the official
birthday of thoroughbreds born in
the northern hemisphere while Ju
ly 1 generally recognized in the
southern hemisphere.
0O0
Jos6 Ulloa, who piloted Quidico
to his thrilling victory in the $15, $15,-000
000 $15,-000 President of the Republic Clas

Snead, Demaret Tell USGA
To Clean Own House' Before

Attacking Gambling on Circuit

PALM SPRINGS. Calif. (UPI)
Sam Snead and Jimmy Demar
et, two of professional golfs elder
statesmen, told the U. S. Golf
Assn. Yesterday to 'clean its own
house" before attacking gambling
on the pro golf circuit.
Snead, here to participate in the
opening match of TV's all-star
golf series for fall showing, said
Joe Dev! executive secretary of
the USGA, should look after hit
own business.
Dey and the USGA should
clean house at home before they
go attacking the professional golf
circuit and what gambling there
is on it," said Slammin' Sam.
SUGGESTS BAN
Dey recently criticized the huge
Calcutta pool in pro golf tourna
ments and made specific charges
against the $281,000 pool at the
Tournament of Champions in Las
"6"' i,cv- ausgcaicu u.ai
"maybe" the USGA should ban
professionals, who compete in
tournaments where Calcutta pools
are held, from competing in the
National Open which is sponsored
by his organization.
That's the silliest statement I
ever heard," said Demaret, who
is narrator for the TV series. If
tney Dan tne pros from the U; S.
Open, it (the Open) will become
just another amateur tournament.
And I can tell you something
else. If it came to a showdown
on where the professionals would
rather play, they would pick the
Tournament of Champions over
an open tournament that bans
professionals who compete in
events where Calcuttas are held."
VEHEMENT IN REPLY
Demaret and Snead. who be
tween them have won most of the
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11

sic, was the only jockey suspended
over the past weekend, r; .,
The stewards slapped a six-meet

suspension on Ulloa for crossing
Manuela Pedraza and Brote with
Don Lucho in Friday's Labor Day
Classic.' -4v-vj((',iT
' Amelia, got four -meets for her
repetition in refusing to start in
Friday's second race. Ranchipur
and Introduction ; were also set
down' four ineets for being scratch:
ed from Sunday's eighth after the
deadline.' ; J?
Paquiro, Michlripa, Escardillo
and Riscla each got 15 day for
being lame after their races.
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The Estancilla Stable of Chile is
sending four thoroughbreds that
will arrive on the Isthmus some
time next week to race at the lo local
cal local oval. Agustin Soane will train
the quartet. They are the two-
year-old colt San Judas, the three
yar-old colt El Ensayo and the
three-year-old fillies La Cueva and
Golden Rose. t
Along with the abovementicmed
racers, two colts recently bought
in Chile by local turfman Daniel
Cinigho Traipo and Sonico are
expected to make the same tripj
world's important golf crowns crowns-except
except crowns-except the Open were vehement
in their reply to Dey.
They confessed that "golf is a
gambling game," with nearly
every amateur who plays, from
clergymen to bankers, from shoe
salesmen to laborers, usually
playing for at least a few cents.
"I know of at least four top
executives of the USGA Who
gamble on the golf course-and
gamble good," said Demaret.
"Many of the well-to-do top top-ranking
ranking top-ranking amateurs play for high
stakes. I don't mean for a few
dollars. They play for hundreds
of dollars per round.
CONTROL GAMBLING
"So why should the executive
of the amateur golf body attack
me proiessionais because there is
gambling on their nlav'
uemaret nninteri nut that u,h;i
Las Vegas is a gambling town
.there is little or no tumbling noht
nM U o -O
on the golf course.
At the U. S. Open and many
other big tournaments, there is
gambling right on the coif
course," said Demaret. "At Las
Vegas, at least,, it is controlled.
Snead tangles with Gary Player
he young South African starf in
the opening round of the TV
series.
Sugar Ray May
Seek Sanctuary
In Europe Rings
By JACK CUDDY
NEW YORK. Mav tTDTx
jji aemronen as
m.uu.eweigni cnampion by the Na National
tional National Boxing Association and
..ri?ned by the New York State
Athletic Commission, may seek
sanctuary in Europe.
"I've been offered a Wr crn a ran.
tee by promoter Fritz GretscheU
of Berlin to defend my title against
Gustav Scholz if I'm forced out of
my own country," said Sugar Ray
today.
Scholz of Germany is the fourth'
ranKing contender, but he has been
rejected as challenger by both the
NBA and the New York Commis Commission.
sion. Commission. Each organization insisted
that 39-year-old Robinson defend a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst former champion Carmen
Basilio of Chittenango, N.Y.
The NBA vacated Robinson's
160-pound championship Monday
because of Jiis excessive delay in
signinr for a defense against Basi Basilio.
lio. Basilio. And the independent New
York Commission probably will
follow suit if he fails to sign by
May 15 for a Basilio match. '.
Although the European Boxlne
Union has a working agreement
with the National Boxing Associa Association,
tion, Association, it's uncertain whether the
EBU would concur with the NBA.
in dethroning Sugar Ray, were he
to sign for the Scholz fight In Ger Germany.
many. Germany. West Germany is a mem member
ber member of the EBU.
Dr. Ward Wylie, president of the
NBA. announced the withdrawal of
championship recognition from
Robinson at Mullens, W. Va., Mon Monday.
day. Monday. At the same time, Dr. Wylie
ordered a fight for the vacant
crown within 60 days between for former
mer former Champions Basilio and Gene
Fullmer of West Jordan, Utah.

J By JOHN GRIFFIN
The world champion New York
Yankees have collapsed -because
they aren't bitting, and the rest
of the American League Is enjoy

ing the fun while it lasts.
Those were me conclusions
drawn today from, a poll by Unit United
ed United Press Internaternational am
managers and general managers
of other AL team about the woes
of the Yankees, who nave' lost
nine of their last 10 games and
are seventh in the league, lower
than they have been at this stage
of the pennant race in the last
19 years.
Some folks think the Yankee
hitters are just "in a slump."
But General Manager Frank
Lane of the league-leading Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Indians, who admits gleeful gleefully,
ly, gleefully, "I'm enjoying their trouble,"
isn't so sure the Yankees' trou trouble
ble trouble is temporary. v ;
"Maybe some of those players
George Weiss and Casey Stengel
thought were so .'wonderful aren't
so good," said Lane, "Weiss
thinks everybody who puts on &
Yankee uniform immediately is
worth $100,000."
Hit Few' Homers
"I know it won't last,", com commented
mented commented new owner Bill Veeck of
the Chicago White Sox.' "But you
can't blame me for thinking how
wonderful it would be to see them
stay down there." 1
" Almost every mahaeef and club
official UPI talked to pointed at
once to the Yankees' puny batting
as the reason for their tumble.
The figures are damning: only 2.5
runs scored per game during thfe
current slump, only three home
runs from home run champion
Mickey Mantle, a team total of
four home runs less than the to
tat for the supposedly weak' Wash.
ington Senators.
Remember those "biff Innlnc"
the Yankees made famous They
haven't scored more than twn
runs hi any of their last 110 in
nings.
Mantle, now ridins the bench
with an injured finger,- is batting
only .276 and other regulars are
even worse Andv Carev .2R.V
Hank Bauer .254, Yogi Berra .250,
xvuj mmi .aw, ana Boboy
mcuarason .Z3. "JYL u r e r c r s
Row isn't scaring anybody any
mure.
"They lust aren't hittinr" taM
Manager Harry, Craft of Kansas
tney ifsed to beat you in
me eignth and ninth or extra in innings.
nings. innings. But they are losing those
ciose ones now.
Even Stengel Agrees
fit. .. tA t
xucy aren i scoring many
i mis, poiniea out owner ci (ir.
fith of the Senators.
Casey's hitters i'nt int hit.
ting," said new Manager Jimmie
Dykes of Detroit, and the same
comment came in the same words
from almost everv skinner in rh
league.
Including Stengel. In a state-
ment surprisingly clear for him,
uro lannee manager summed up
his troubles this way:
"Weve been very weak with
the batting jand .very weak with
the pitching. But it's only the first
time for the Pitchers hoauu fVmv
have been doing very good up to
now. I can't solve the battine."
Many baseball men think Waio.
the Yankees' eeneral mnmaffpr'
will tr- to "solve the batting" by
making a nlaver trade Wti i,u.
ited I Detroit Sunday, was due back
in New York Tuesday, but was
maintaining his usual silence in
mailers or mat SOrt.
II it s anv COnsnlaHnn tn nr..!..
the rest of the league is almost
unanimous in the holier it,. v.
kees will rally soon.
"Jney're in a hitting slump,"
said Manager Joe Gordon of tne
Indians. "But .they're still the club
to beat1 in the American Leaem.
They're also one nt th v-,.
in the league defensively."
iney will bounce back, no
?.Ui-iun ..out, that-" Predicted
Griffith. "They've got a solid ball
n 'he)r!rjust in slump," said
Dykes. "Theyll pull out. Theyve
got a good ball club."
t "Front what they showed us,
there s nothing wrong with them,"
Manager Al Lopes of the
White Sox."
Dykes, the cigar-chewing brash
guy who once pinned the nick
name "push-button manager'' Non
ex-Yankee pilot Joe McCarthy
put it right up to Stengel last Sun Sunday
day Sunday when they met at home plate
before the doublebeader which the
Tigers swept from the Yankees.
"Hey Case,-' said the efferves effervescent
cent effervescent Dykes "What's wrong with i
the maeice1
"We can't do it In nihe Innings
no more,' grunted Stengel. "Now
we gotta go 13 and 14 innings to
lose em."
Eddie: Jordan Wins
20fh In Row; Gels
Next
1 NEW YORK (UPI) Lankr Kd-
die Jordan, Brooklyn welterweight
who stretched his -unbeaten string
to 20 bouts Monday nieht. was
matched today for a 10 rounder
with Tony Diblase of Astoria, N.
Y., at St. Nicholas Arena June 8.
Jordan, uyi, Deat stocky Billy
Flamlo. 150. of New York at St.
Nick' with left jabs and leff
hooks at long range for a split
10-round decision and his second
victory in three meetings with ag
gressive Billy. They had fought
on draw.

National Leagriw""
Teams
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San Francisco
Cincinnati
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Chicago .
Pittsburgh
Philadelphia".
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11 11
9 10
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Today's Games
Los Angeles at Milwaukee
Chicago at Pittsburgh
St. Louis at Philadelphia (N
No other game scheduled
Yesterday's Results
(Nlaht Gamal
St. Louis 100 200 0137 13 0
Philadelphia 020 001 0059 12. 1
MizelL Broman. Jackson (d-i)
and H. Smithy s
Roberts, Fwrell (1-2) and Hegan.
(Night Game. U Innlnatl
L.S. 100 010 000 000 000 02 0 0
Mil. 000 100 100 000 000 1-3 15 3
Drysdale. Fowler. Labine fO-31
and Rosebbro. ;
Willey. McMahon. Rush fl-0 and
Crandall. v
(Night Game)
San Francisco 000 101 0002
5 1
T 1
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Cincinnati 020 030 OOx 5
S. Jones (2-4), -Miller
Schmidt.
Newcombe (1-3) and Bailey.
(Night Game)
Chicago 030 001 002- 10 1
Pittsburgh 000 120 0003 6 0
Hobbie (3-2) and S. Taylor.
Friend (0-5), Giel, Smith and
Burgess.

Balboa High White Team
Defeats Red Team 81-73
In Intrasquad Swim Meet

In preparation for the first" In-
terscholastic Triangular swim
mlng neet today at the Coco
Solo swimming pool, the Balboa
squad has just completed its an
nual Red-White meet.
The meet produced some very
exciting competition in several of
the events in both the High
befool and Junior High groups
Outstanding for the High. School
and offering the possibility of be
coming record breakers, were
Jon Sliodgrass, Tim Days,
Mike Rudee and Joe Suarez.-
In the girls groups, Carolyn
Holmes. Elaine Howe, Danielle
Harned and Pat Rogers were out
standing, taking firsts in several
of the- races.
The Red sauad led most of the
wav -with the White team hitting
its stride in the miai events, ine
outcome was the White team w
and the Red team 73.
The final event of the--annual
mete was the election of team
Cantains. Almost unanimously e-
lected were Tim Days, senior and
3 vear veteran for the boys squad
and Pat Rogers, veteran and let letter
ter letter winner for the girls squad.
These two young students will le
leading the swimming team in
their first meet of the year this
Wednesday at the Coco Solo
swimming pool.
A first in the history of inter inter-scholastic
scholastic inter-scholastic swimming- team cham
pionship; in the boys and in the
girls division, With the cham championship
pionship championship as a goal this year's
meets should nroduce some new
times and individual ? champions.
The results:
High School
Beys
60 Mt. F. S. (:35.4)
1. Snodgrass R
Days W 1
3. Rudge R
100 Mt. Butterfly (l:zi.i)
Rudge R
2. Btesh W
3. Bettsack W
200 Mt. F. S. (2:38.5)
Van Loon W
2. Rowley R
3. Rigby R
loo Back u:zz.z;
Days W
Scott W
3. Suarez R
Girls
60 Mt. F. S. (:40.1)
1. Holmes R
2. Harned W
3. Gunderson R
100 Mt. Butterfly (1:43.1)
1. Howe W
2. Holmes R
3. Schmelzer W
200 Mt. F. S. (3:02.3) )
1. Rogers W
2. Harned W
3. Gangle R ','.'
100 Back (1:33.0)
1. Holmes R
2. Halvosa W
3. Gunderson R ; ..
r t Hoys
100 F. S. (1:08.5)
1. Rowley R
2. Boswell W
3. Sikorski W
100 Mt. Breast (1:29.0)
1. Denton W
2. Maxwell W
3. Dolon R
120 Mt. Ind. Med. (1:34.5)

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American League
Teams
Cleveland
Chicago,, ...
Baltimore
Kansas City
Washington
Boston
New York
Detroit .

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Baltimore at Cleveland (N)

wasmngton at Chicago
New York at Kansas City (N) a
Boston at Detroit. '"

Yesterday's Results 1
Washington 102 010 121 IS

Chicago 000 012 0003 6
Stone (1-2), aevengervand TltUi
gerald. ; .,;
Pierce (3-2). Shaw. Ariai. Tmm

t..J ..JI.1T '' V
New Vork 100 000 010 18 f 1
K, City 010 000 001 0r-210 i
FordVTurley (3-3) and Howard.
Garver, Herbert jColeman (0-2)
and House, Smith. 4
(Night Came)
Boston 002 001 000 S 1
Detroit 100 500 20x-S t 1
Casale (1-3). Moford. Bowaflelrh

Klely and White. ...

Burning (1-8) and Berberet. i;
(Night Game)
Baltimore 000 000 1001 4

Cleveland 500 004 OOx 8 12 1- r...

Harshman (0-4), Brown. PortOr. ;

carrero and Triandos, Ginsberg.

rerarese (3-1) ana Nixon.

i
t Siiareit 2R'1
2. Van Loon W
I. Rowley
100 F. S. (1:18.4)
1. Holmes R
2. Rogers, W
3. Gangle R
100 Mt. Breast (1:51.8)
1. Howe W
2. Herring .tV
3. Gundersom t R
j jut. ind. Med. (1:49.7)
1. Holmes R
2. Harned W
3. Howe W
Junior High
60 Mt. F. S. f:37m
1. Holmes R
2. Dyres W
3. Witkin W
60 Mt. Bufterf vV.ab iy
1. Holmse R '"
2. Dykes W
reeney W
60 Back r:4fl
1. Holmes R
Van Loon W
J. eeney w
60 Mt. F. S.
1. Mahoney R
(:39.8)
i.. iBureroa w
3. Walker R
60 Mt. Butterfly (;55.8)
1. Figueroa W
Mahonev u
3. Hearne W
4 60 Back (:51.2)
1. Figueroa W
2. Walker R
3. Yost W
Boys
100 F. S .1B AV
. uyres w
2. Mann W
3. Feeney W
60 Mt. Breast (:53.3)
1. Kykes W
2. Witkin W
3. Van Loon W
izo Mt. Ind. Med.
1. Mann W
2. Feeney W
3. Arey R
(1:44.5)
Girls
100 F. S. (1:16.0)
1. Walker R
2. Yost R
3. Crowell W
60 Mt. Breast (1:002)
1. Hearne W
2. Yost R
3. Powellson W
120 Mt.. Ind wa
(1:47.3)
1. Figueroa W
2. Mahoney R
3. Yost R

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" AMADpR GOLFgRS Members of the Fort Amador Post Golf
Team, which Villr compete in the, PAF tournament May T-10 are
o shown here. From left to-right, frOnt row, John Crichton, Mal.
Gen. Charles L.-Dasher and MSgt. Allen R. Kline; second row,
, Sfc. Stafford L:,Stankwytch, Capt. Lawry H. Yeager and Sgt. Thur Thurman
man Thurman W. Napier.
(US Army Photo)

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NEW YORK CUPI) Tears of
,
4 joy and of despair ran as pro profusely
fusely profusely as Perspiration in one of
te most exciting -week ends in
AsroKts history.
No matter 'What lout dish; it
was'there. Andscarmbling for top
a ilntion were claargain buy Eng English
lish English colt, a lanky pitcher whose
1 career alniost wau ended ,two,
yeat ago, a 'heavyweight cham cham-
- cham- pion disappointed in. victory, a
muscular youngstet earmarked
11 for Olympic feats of strength,:and
a baseball manager for whom time
A simply ran out outv
v outv Top intditst was won kh Kthe
little colt called Tomy Leel, a $6,-
700 buy whose eartlingS mounted
to $371.617, "won the iKenl,
tuck)? Derby end proved' an old
tacl!, -room adage.
They say in the jockeys' guar.'
ters that you'd have tOrshoot,a
rivPl between the eyes to, have a'
foul claim upheld in the Derby.'
Therefore they don't .even bother,
ackino for an inquiry most times.
B'oland Loclood Complint
Wong Bill Boland, aboard
Fl Sword Daneer beaten a, nose by
T'r-ly tee in the big race Sahli.
(1-,. did lodge a comnlaint be because
cause because he was "bumped a haL
)(17-en times bY W4ille Shoemaker
r nird the.winnet. The $94,660 dif dif1ence
1ence dif1ence between tlie' wienerl $19,
c-n And the second place finisher's
no9 made it worth the effort.
Tomy Lee stayed up on the
bord as the winner.
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tibrooles 5100
IMpport Squadron
In JC Cage Tourney

In this, the seventh annual plaY plaYIng
Ing plaYIng of the Junior College Invite Invitetional
tional Invitetional Basketball TOUrnartlent, the
5700 Support Squadron of the Al Al...
... Al... brook Air Force Base will be the
Air Force entry.
In last year's tournament the
Air Force entry won the thamplon thamplon,shin.
,shin. thamplon,shin. Their hopes to, do so again
11 not be enhanced by the ab absence
sence absence of big Emmett Bryant who
was his team's leading scorer. and
the tournament's outstanding per-,
former.
This year's Albr greg.tion
4 will be coached by aster-Ser-'
geant Richard Nordquist. Coach
Nordquist will have five lads, tot
wering six foot. or better, includ
, ing Lonnie Stephenson who sur surAveys
Aveys surAveys the world frim the beigte,of
6 6".
The Air Force team is Aruly a
representative American team with
members from Maine. Mississippi
Oregon, North Carolina, Iowa, Con Connectieut,
nectieut, Connectieut, Missouri, A3hio and of
course big Lon Stephenson hails
from Texas. Jerry Pattie, 6'3"
forward and six-footer Jesse
Simmons were tWo important rea reason
son reason why the Ply-boys, won last
0 year's tournament And will be back
again this year.
, 1, The 5700 Support Squadron's Its
ter is listed below: 6,
Jerry Pittrie, Jessie 'Simmons,
James Kern, Tom Flowe, Richard
Lucas, Lonnie, Stephenson, Jack
Ewell, Tom Baker, Eugene Worth Worthley,
ley, Worthley, Elwood Fireyoid.
Thr 5700 'Support Squadron is
curantiy riding along with a sub substantlai
stantlai substantlai lead in intra-post temp
petition at the Albrook Air Force
Beset
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to Malt deep water anglers will
comrte off Cape Hatteras, June
0-9, fl thev first -.half ,of a 'duel
to 4T, termine which area is the
"wogd's blue marlin iishing cen cen1
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OSCAR' FRALEY7

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A Rasa Of Gains

Floyd Patieison flattened Brit Britain'sBrian
ain'sBrian Britain'sBrian London at Indianapolis
on Friday-nightand lost prestige
in the easy victory. UPI's lack
Cuddy had it scored shutout be.
fore tho knockout but London
didn't. hit hard enough to bruise
Shirley Temple.
"What's hcilding this man up?"
the preplexed Patterson asked .his
trainer at the end .of the second
round. The British shock absorb.'
er took so many, Pattfrsop,bombs
that Patterson's 4 to 1 favoritism
for his June 25 bout against Inge.
Johnasson dropped to 13 to 5.
Nobody 31nOwS whether Inge Mar
can take it as well as London but
he -unquestionably can dish it out
I-better.. t

New, eyidence was at band that
we are develOping 's race 'of gi giants
ants giants when Dallas Long, 18-yearold
250 pouncl Southern Cal fresh;
man, flioped the 16-nound shot to
a new world record 'of 63 feet,
seven inches. Hook him up with
our six foot, nice inch high sch001
basketball play,ers and it's some
parlay.
In baseball there was both joy
and distress. Even the.beaten Yan Yankees,
kees, Yankees, who orginally ruined him,
had to feel relieved that yotnig
Herb Score looked like his old
snlf for the first time since a Gil
McDouglad line drive almost
blinded him just two years ago.
Posting hisqourth win since that
injury, Score fanneth13 la a six sixhit,
hit, sixhit, 5 2 win over ,the Yanks.
But it was the fluid manner In
which he pitched which made it
Wear that he had found himself
again.
Bill Norman, manager of tl 1
Detroit Tigers, finally got the long
expected Ete on Saturday when
his tattered Tigers were belabor.
ed by the Washington Senators,
15 to V Even in spring training
he had two strikes against him for
it was no secret he had only until
June 15 to make a good showing.
Last place simply shortened theb
span as Jimmie Dykes took over.

Army Team lake
PSAttarib Pistol
Matches ''!oPYAllors,

The Aibrook Air Force Bast tots totstol
tol totstol team, representing the Car'b Car'b,bein
,bein Car'b,bein Air Command, narticinated
in the 1959 USArCarib Matches
'which were held at the Fort CieV-,
ton small arms range from 20 to.
24 April 1959..
The competitors representing
CAirC 'were: team captain Lt.
Elliot B. Alter; team coaches: T.
Sgt. Paul Nuanes, T. Sgt. Bruce
Huxton; and team members: Maj.
Jack Ogle, T. Sgt. Wayne Brown,
S.'.S.gt. Jimmy Higgns, A.' IC Ha Hariold
riold Hariold Devoid, A. 1C George Var.
nejy and A.. 2C George Graham.
The outstanding competitor for
CAK was T. Sgt. Paul .Nuanes,
who distinguished himself by plac placing
ing placing third in the .45 calibre siow
fire :match at fifty yards. Sgt. Num,
nes,was awarded a bronze Medal
and became the first Air Force
competitor to win an award in the
USArCarib Matches since 1952.
Qf eight teams competingk the
CAIrC teams placed fifth
inll seventt. The first three OlaCts
'were won by Army, teams.
On hand during the team tom tompetition
petition tompetition and present at the awards'
, ceremony was Col. Arthur P. Hum
who was the official representative
of .the Caribben Air Command.
It is anticipated that this yeitr's
team will represent the Caribbean
Air Command in the All Air Force
'World Wide Match iathcih will be
held at !Ackland Air Force Base,
San Antonio, Texas, during' the
,sitond. week in Jtme
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The box score:

ABERNATHY
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Second Half Standby
Tearns .- L Pct. Gb
Abernathy . U :
Cervecri9 10 3 -783 ;414
3111111en 8 -533 S
Gluds 4 11 .267' IA
Mauricio 3 ,12 .200 irti
Al Ausmus and Abernathi-Cnisports
whitewashed Glud's Marin Mariners
ers Mariners 6 to 0 to take over first pir-t
in the Pacific Softball' League.
The perfect no4iit polun game
of Ausmus is the first te' be re registered
gistered registered in the Pacific Loop this
season and one of thei best to be
recorded in the history of softball.
Ausmus allowed only two Marin Mariners
ers Mariners to pop out in the game,lanned
eleven and the other nine 'were
thrown out at first base. r
Bobbie went the distance', for
the Mariners. Ite bad one bid
inning, the third in which Aber Abernathy
nathy Abernathy scored all their- runiii,J1oh runiii,J1ohbie's
bie's runiii,J1ohbie's record now stands at 3 Vns
and 17 setbacks...
Ausmus racked up Ms third' shut shutout
out shutout in this second half. Ills,record
now is 9 wins and two, lessee
Abernathy scored their 6, runs in
the third when Roberto singled to
left and was forced at second.'by
De la Mater. Taht ivalked,Chance
reached first oil shortstop Skan Skandamis'
damis' Skandamis' error to load the Mises.
Flynn singled to center to score
De la Mater and Taht, Ausmus'
double scored Chance and ElYnn ElYnnOirdleston
Oirdleston ElYnnOirdleston singled scoring Ausmus
from second with the fifth Aber Aber,
, Aber, nathy run. Jones singled to push
home Girdleston with the sixth abd
final run.
Trout struck out Roberts reached
first on Kelly's etTor at third,
Jones going to third on the play.
De la Mater popped 'out to Hobble
to end the rally. Hobbie then set.
tied down the rest of 'the wa3r,
allowing only two' hits.
Flynn and Ausmus were the bat batting
ting batting stars of the game as they
-collected two hits apiece and dro
home two runs.

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Taht, ss 3 1 4 ,O 3
Chance, If 41000
Flynn, 3b 4 1 2 h 1
Austnts, p 31200
girdleson, c 3- 1 1 10 1
Jones, et 30100
Trout, lb 4 0 0 10 0
Roberto, 2b ,3 1 0 0 0
De la Alger, rf, 3. 1, 0 0, 0,
Totali". 4t, 4 '; 311..,3' 1.21; 5,

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" CLAM MARINERS
Skandamis, ss 3001
Skala, e 3 0 .0 4
Wight, lt 3001
Dotter, lb 2 0 0 7
Borde Kircher, ef 2 0 0 1
Hobble, p 2 0 0 5
Kelly,. 3b 2 0 0 0
Mungm, 2b 2 0 0 2
Speekine, rf 2 0 0 0
Totals 21 0 0 21
Score by Innings
Abernathy 006 000 0-6 8
Mariners 000 000 0-0 0

Amador's Ba fiery D
To Represent Army
'n JC Cate tourtey
Fort Amadmorfattery D of life
517th Field Artillery has been
selected to represent the Army in
this year's Junior College Basket Basketball
ball Basketball Tournament.
The Big Gunners of Battery D
won their intra-nost league last
year aid currently leading it this
anion. Coach Bill Litch has con constructed
structed constructed a formidable quintet a
round the person of Bobby Christ Christonher,
onher, Christonher, sharoshooting ace and sav savvy
vy savvy playmaker.
The roster for the Battery D
5117th Field Artillery appears be below:
low: below: 1
Don Johnson, Ray Crawford,
Doug Anderson, Bob Christopher,
Dick Burbach, Carl Williams, John
Ellawater, Joe Jacobs. R ob er t
Brown, Ramon Valentin.
Practically the entire Field Ar Artillery
tillery Artillery team hay e had at least
three years of high school basket basketball
ball basketball experience while Lieutenant
Don Johnson played at Drexel Col College
lege College for three years.

Brooklyn Bullflohiqr
.
Gored: Repoilect
Out Of Danger Now

PJ,4114Z, 11 este (UPI)
Brook bullfighter Sidney Frar.k Frar.klin,
lin, Frar.klin, gor d,, the armpit' and ab abdomen
domen abdomen hers Sunday, Was out of
danger today,. but ,doctora said it
will be month before., be can
fight again.
Franklin's 'armpit injury t
superlichq, Ibuti surgery' wal net,'
easarr to repair the damage to
his abdomen., The bull's ?born
rammed ,10 hiihes into the light.
er's abdominal eavityo but the in intestines
testines intestines were not injured.
The 50-year.old ,,bullfighter;. who
bad planned to bang up his sword
after Sunday's fight, now feels
that be will have ,to light at least
once again.
"I had planned .1to retire for
good but I can't now," lrrank
lin ask "The fans'. would think I
am ehliken." ,

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NASHVItLE, Tenn.' (UPIlDr.
Spencer Thornton, a young sur surgeon
geon surgeon who makes a "hobby" out of
predicting the future, said today
the New York Yankees Will pull
out of their tailspin by July and
win the American League pen pennant
nant pennant in a "tremendously close"
race.

He said he had "no idea" how
the World Series would come out.
Thornton, 29, picked the Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky Derby 1-2-3 last Satutday
inOluding the photo finish
Thornton also says a major
plane crash Will occur in the New
York-New Jersey area Friday,
the present Trujillo government
will be kicked out of power in
the Dominican Republic, and Mao
Tse-tqug be replaced within,
"yekr, ,witil' the Communist CIA;
'Oese dictator's death a possibilikl
He also said within a few weeks
thinese Communists will invade
'the small country of Bhutan and
North 'Burma; and a revolt
against the Red Chinese will occur
within nine months in Tibet.
Last Thursday the derby pre prediction
diction prediction was written down, notar notarized,
ized, notarized, placed in an envelope, the
envelope in a bank vault. The en
velope was taken ,out of the vault
Monday.
The slip read: "I predict Ton,
Lee in a Photo finish oVer Sword
Dancer with First Landing third."
, Thornton also predicted severki
weeks ago that Mrs. Clare Boothe
Luc would be named Brazilian
ambassador, but would resign be because
cause because of a controversy over her
nomination.

The U.S. Army consults Thorn Thorn'ton
'ton Thorn'ton in studies of the possible
transmisson of thoughts from one
mind to another. He is also a con consultant
sultant consultant to head of ,the parapsy
chology laboratory, whch deals
wth extra sensory percepton at
Duke Unversity.

It didn't take Canal Zone Junior
College very long to assert tneir
basketball superiority ,and become
1959 Interscholastic champions; a
couple of guys named Alexander
saw to ,it that the decision was
arrived at in the minimum tline
required .to, do so. Wiamers in all
four of their '59 gamest while Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal and Balboa split pair. as assured
sured assured the Green Devils of the title
after two thirds of the season had
been completed.
Each of the three competing
teams must meet the other, onue
more, but the issue Is no longer
in doubt and the College five must
now be conceded at least an even
dunce of coming out champs in
the Invitational tournament sched scheduled
uled scheduled for Balboa Gun May 14, 15
'and 16.
I Outstanding In JCs sweep of the
cage title has been the two Alex Alexander
ander Alexander 'brothers,- Don and Gary.
They have ,a private race all of
their ovm Or scoring honors...Don
paces the loop with 78 points in
four games with Gary close be behind
hind behind with 74.
Their nearest "outside" competi competition
tion competition is Lem Eirldand who Bo eet eetted
ted eetted 66 points for the Bulldogs. The
big Junior College pair stand out
alone too in the foul shooting de
partinento with Don again hotaing
a slight edge over Gail. Don's
16 for, 27 averages out,..727 while
brother Gary hovers 'inenaiingly
nearby with 26 for 36, an, average
of .722.
Balboa's Tom Cdnningham ac actually
tually actually leads percentage-whit hay-

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A small boxing crowd suffered
the misfortune Sunday night of
watching Panama 118-pound eham
pion, Edwin Sykes gain a dreary,
yawn provoking, unanimous ten tenDOUnd
DOUnd tenDOUnd decision over US bantam bantamweight
weight bantamweight Walt Ingram at the Colon
Arena.'
Fight fans who kept away in
droves' from the Arena Sunday
night wore fortunate indeed.
The comments of the bored un
fortunate, who Viol( in tho bout
wore gerieraly, that the onetime
brilliant Sykes, who is bare:y
pushing 20 summers, is definite definitely
ly definitely on his way down tho fistic
hill.
Sunday night's was Sykes' third
straight poor perfomance. In a aprevious
previous aprevious bout he looked terrible
in beating a bum from the Statses
one Charley, (The Octupus) Dc DcBow.
Bow. DcBow. More recently former ban bantamweight
tamweight bantamweight king Melvin Bourne
made'Sykes seem ridiculous ablhe
veteran took a .ten-reunil decision
for the second consecutive time.
Sunday night Sykes who
weighed 12012, looked liko an
oversized grasshopper as ho
hopped, lumped and skipped
through most of the bout with
Ingram, who tipped tha scales
at 121 pounds.
The winner, who sometimes
fought in an unnatural semi semicrunch,
crunch, semicrunch, was evidently superior to
the visitor, a game, hard hitting.
but unpolished youth. But instead
of getting in there and mixing
it up with his rival, Sykev chose
to fight from long range, always
running away from his boring, ag aggressive
gressive aggressive foe.
Most of the effective blows of
the match were landed by Ingrain
who had Sykes defenseless against
a left hook to the bell, chest and
ribs.
the fifth the loser was dropped
for an obligatory eight count. He
rose to his feet immediately how however,
ever, however, and protested to referee Co
Ion Al Brown that he had been
pushed, and not hit as the arbl'er
ruled.
Ingram was stronger than the
winner in the last half of bhe light
and if he did lose, he did so by
the closest of margins.

By TREVOR SIMONS ing made 7 for 9, which generally
be Considered too few attempts to
Ldn't take Canal Zone Junior be recognized as being actively in
a very long to assert tneir the race.
,ball superiority ,and become The new basketball ',champions
nterscholastie champions; a of the Interscholastic loop have a
of guys named Alexander overall point production of 211 und
co,it that the decision was ,a 6.34 foul shooting average. The
d at in the minimum tline ,I3ulidogs,. unsuccessful defenders
ed.to, do so. Winners in all of the title, accumulated 171 in
t their '59 gamest while Cris- four, games and averaged only .481
and Balboa split A pair, us- from the free throw line.
the Green Devils of the title So far Cristobal has had their
Avo thirda of the season had poorest year with only 59 field
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points. The Tigers, for many
1 of the three cOmpeting 1'57
years known as one of the top
must meet the other, once teams in foul shooting which was
but the isaue Is no longer
the reason they won championship
bt and the College five must 'have sunk only 39 points in 87 at ate
e ate conceded at least an even
perdOnta ge.
tempts.for a low .448 free throw
i of coming out champs in
vitational tournament sched schedor
or schedor Balboa Gun May 14 15 Cristobal's top scorer, fourth
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landing in JCs sweep of the
' ,, ranking among the three teams,
is Keith Kulig with- 37, hardly a
itle has been the two Alex- challenge to the big, three.

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America, AllAmerica, will' enter medical
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AFB PISTOL tEAM (from left to right) front row: T. Sgt. Paul Nuanes, 'ream Coach;
A. 2C George Graham; A. IC George Varney; IC Harold Devoid. seZond row: S. Sgti Jimmey
Higgins; Lt. Elliott B Alter. Team Captain; T. Sgt. BTLICe Buxton, Team Coach; T. Sgt: Wayne
Brown: and Mat Jack (tgle. (US Army Photo)

Edwin Sykes Cops Decision
Over Ingram In Dull Fight

However, one judge, Ruben Mk Mkman,
man, Mkman, saw Sykes whming 100.89;
another, Lloyd Alberger, votea 100
96 and the referee scored 96-93.
Thp !rename American gave
Ingram .the fight 97-93.
Aikman's scoring appeared to
indicate that he gave Sykes the
maximum ten points in every
round. This judge voted "nine"
for Ingram in all the heats, save
thp fifth, when he scored "eight"
for the loser because of the
knockdown.
Aikman's curious scoring rival
led the main bout fiasco for au
verse comment.

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wain, a innumg Lula man up: race. Tho comments of the bored un i-n'oci-ovm-:--
career
"a" --ilni-os-t-;,--W-aa-- ended ,two,
. the preplexed Patterson asked his The box score:
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pion disappointed in victory,
marked 'round. The British shock absorb.' ABERNATHY
- the World Series would come out. brilliant Sykes, who is barcy verse comment. -4-,' .1,-1 ;
muscular youngster er took so Pliny; Pattersop bombs , Thornton, 29, picked the Ken- ptishine 20 summers, is definite. , ,,
for Olympic feats of streegrig-th7,;:and
that Pattersen's 4 to 1 fav'Critism AbitH0A
', - tucky Derby 1-2-3' last Saturday- ly on his way down the fistic ,i's rt,t41 'a.,
a baseball manager for whom time
for his June 25 bout against Inge- Taht, ss 3 1 4 Al- 3
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Nobody. hnOws whether IngeMar Flynn, 3b 4- 1 2 0 1 Thornton also says a major stritight poor perfomance. In a-i.,.-t-f
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a se,. can take it as well as London but Austnes, p 3 1 2 00
little colt called Tony, Leel,
he -unquestionably can dish- it out, girdleson, c 3. 1 1 10 1 plane crash Will occur in the New previous bout he looked terrible
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700 buy whese earnings m'ounted
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sen ell, es 'he-iwon the' NiKed-4; -b,etter. .', ., ,..., ,, Jones, ef
to Trout, lb 4 0 0 10 0 the present Trujillo government -one Charley, (The Octopus) Dc- ,,, 04 3.
will be kicked out of power in Bow. More recently former ban- ..,,,er.,-;,. a. ----;i-7---------,,-- 1,- ;
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A Race Of Gains Roberto, 2b -3 1 0 0 0 -e, i,e,
taelr. -room adage. De la Alger, rf, 3. 1. 0 0, 0, ithe Dominican Republic, and Mao tamweight king Melvin Bourne .'.'
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New, evidence. wait at hand that Tottili". 4, 4 ',;, 30...;.4' 11.21'; I, ii,e-tUng
a .- yeltrwith' the Communist Chi. veteran tooe a -ten-round decision --,. 'V'
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tees that you'd have Ineshoa ,a
we ere develeping-.'s race 'of gi- - , I
rivet between the eyes' to, have a
ants; when Dallas Long, -18-year- GLUD MARINERS nese dictator's death a possi, blind. for the second copsecutive time.
- Sunday night 8 y k e s who I-- .-,-!: -:,':-' 1 j 7 ) Pr
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foul claim upheld in the Derby Derby,,
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Therefore they don't .even bother. old 250 pound Southern Cal fresh;
flipped the 16-pound shot to Skandamis, .ss 3 a (1 1 o' He also said within a few weeks weighed 12012, looked like an ;.-7---, '1 t 1 ...,
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askine for an inquiry most times. man,
a new world record 'of 63 feet, Skala, e 3 0 .0 4 1
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Yoe g by our six foot, nice inch high school Dotter, lb
n Bill Boland, aboard 'Burma; and a N revolt through most of the bout with ,,
Sword Daneer beaten a, nose against the Red Chinese will occur Ingram, who tipped the scales --
. basketball play,ers and it's some Borde Kircher ef 2 0 0 1 0 , 4 - ''o ; q'tl I
Te-ly tee in the big race Saler Hobble, p 2 0 0 5 2 within nine months in TibeL at 121 pounds.
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causb he was "bumped o a hal In baseball there was both loY Montin, 2b 2 0 0 2 1 diction was written down, notar crunch, was evidently superior to
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r flird the.winner. The S94,650 19 kees, who orginally ruined him, Totals 21 u 5 21 5 envelope hi a bank vault. The en- but unpolished youth. But instead ...v.?,
1-"ence between the' winner's 81,, had to feel relieved that mete Score by Innings velope was taken ,out of the vault of getting in there and mixing i. .' ; '..P 't.- 1 1 ,,
r-o And the second place finisher s Herb Score looked like his old Abernathy 006 000 0-6 8 0 monday. 116 ,. TO ,
it up with his rival, Sykovehose .. ,'
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the self for the first time since a Gil Mariners 000 000 0-4 o 5 s.,,,...... ....:4t7..,
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Tomy Lee steyed up on McDouglad line drive a I m o s t to fight from long range, always ". -'W-
bord as the winner. blinded,- him just two years ago. A If The slip read: "I predict Ton, running away from his boring, ag-
Lee in a Photo finish otrer Sword gressive foe. ''iA , '-- t
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James Kern, Tom Flowe, Richard fire :match at fifty yards. egt. Nua- lin, gor d,, hi the armpit- and ab abcage
cage abcage title has been the two Alex- (challenge to the big, dote. ; t
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PHILLIPS Oceaoside Cottages
Siete Clare R. de P. Pitons Pa Pa'
' Pa' noose 3-1377 Crtatobal 3 1 673.
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.tv FOR RENT: Furnished Pent Pent,
, Pent, house 3 bedroom, 3 bark room,
' employer room, air conditioned.
- Ave. Just Arosemena 31-44.
FOR RENT: Large, completely
furnished house next to El Can Cangni,
gni, Cangni, three bedrooms large
0 yard, ell patio (Bono) lune,
July and August. Calle 61 No.
2 Tel. 3-6055.
FOR RENT:Nice four-bedroom
chalet, three baths, maid's room,
doble garage, Go Ift Heights.
S160. PATTERSON, 1-1114.
FOR RENT:--New chalet FUR FURNISHED,
NISHED, FURNISHED, three bedrooms, one
air-conditioned, 2 bathrooms,
plaid's room, hot water, auto automatic
matic automatic washing machine, porches,
garden, residential area, El Car Carmen
men Carmen No. 88. Phone 3-6070.
FOR RENT:Vacation quarters
in Gamboa, June 14 Septem Septem'
' Septem' tier 14. Will consider 2 couples.
Phone 6-221.
4 FOR RENT:Completel fur
Mulled ranch style 3 bedroom,
2 air-conditioned, large yard,
t 94th St. Francisco; available for
three months as of June Phone
3-188S.
FOR RENT:Vaeation quarters,
ro5 om furnished house for 3
months. Starting May 27. 196-8.
, Csatun 5-366.
Rooms
FOR RIENT:--Furnished room,
couple eV bachelor. Private bath bath'
' bath' room, garage, San Francisco 9th.
i',4:,Street East No. IL
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, FOR RENT: Professional or
commercial office on ground floor
Edificie (Jived. corner Aye. Bat Bat"n,
"n, Bat"n, boa and Federico Boyd, 82 square
." meters, $125.013. Call Panama
14038.
WANTED I
WANTED:--Clarinat In good
,abaps. Call Balboa 2-2804.
WANTED: English speaking
housekeeper with references, to
live in, age 25 40. Laundry,
Jente ironing. cleaning, little
mpoisking. Good salary. Panama 3-
'41099.
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Aghousaltsoper, washer and ironer.
4-Atncellont with children. yen'
slependable. 81-244.
GAILY COLORED COAL
10rFINGHAM, England (UPI)
-aMilfred Furness, chairman of
the Regional Coal Utilization
douncil, yesterday predicted men
white uniforms soon would be
delivering red, silver and gold golddolored
dolored golddolored coal to home users. He
said the sprayed-on colors would
Make the coal dustlproof.
likRIVE OUT ILLITERACY
i-IOKYO (UPI) Red China
claimed today that the nation
would wipe out illiteracy among
young people in two years.
The official New China News
Agency said 36 million "y oung
111Perates" learned to read and
write ih 1958, while 50 million
were enrolled in apare-time study
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Via Perris, beside Roosevelt FOR SALE:---Ford Fairless NoS 'FOR SALIE-11.7 cubic foot ,G.
1955 sedan 'OD transmitign, i plight freezer $250.00. 2 FOR SALEViestinghouss re.: electricity.' Cali W MellonHt. ' :t.' I .,;'? ''-
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FOR REPail;: New unfurnish unfurnished
ed unfurnished apartment living-dining room
and bedroom, bath room, kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, S60.00 per month (dis (discount
count (discount with ad d payments).
Via Perris, beside Roosevelt
Theatre.
FOR RENT:Fumished apart apartment
ment apartment at El Cangreio. Two bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living room, dining room,
balcony, surrounding, maid's
room with bat4troom, garage, hot
water. Alberto N street
No. 48. Phone 2-2883 or 3-
'318.
FOR RENT:Living room, bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, dinette, itchen, apply Apt.
2 Calle Darien No. 14-21 next
street from 4th July Ave.
FOR RENT: Furnished two
bedroom apartment, hot water.
all conveniences 43th Street No.
2. Tel. 3-7E78.
iMl
FOR RENT:Modem 2 bedroom
apartment in El Canoreio De Development.
velopment. Development. All screened and hot
water installation. FUrther parti particulars
culars particulars call telephone Panama 3-
4946, after hours, 3-6737.
FOR RENT:Modern furnished
one bedroom apartment, new fur furniture,
niture, furniture, hot water, balconies. call
1-1789, Campo Alegre.
FOR RENT:--Modern and at attractive
tractive attractive one-bedroom apartments
in new "HISPERIA" Building,
G-1 Street, El Cangreio, with
hot water connections, laundry
lences, garage, etc. For in information
formation information call Tel. 3-6634.
FOR RENT:Furnished apart apartments,
ments, apartments, ground or upper floors.
30 Ecuador Ayenuo, facipg Bri British
tish British Embassy.
FOR RENT:--Comfortable aoarf aoarfment
ment aoarfment one bedroom, living-dining
room, kitchen, bathroom, 2 inde independent
pendent independent entrances. Good -price
$55.00, unfurnished. Furnished
$75.00, 31st Street No. 3-41.
FOR RENT:---Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment two bedrooms, living-dining
room, balcony, hot water,
garage, etc. 49th Street, Isabe Isabelita
lita Isabelita House SHOW Tel. 3-
499.4.
FOR REN:To person buying.
2 installed air konditioners. wat water
er water heater and other items. Mill
leave. modern hvo bedroom
apartment on Tivoli Ave. and
Rocket No. 12 Apt. 24. Upstairs
of "Avianca."
Gingqr Claityls
A Child At Heart'
LONDON (UPI) Ginger Rogers,
47, said Tuesday she was "almost
a child at heart" who still loved
her last husband but could not
say whether she would take him
back.
The blonde star complained at
a news conference that too much
public emphasis has been placed
on the fact that her former hus husband,
band, husband, Jacques Bergerac, was 15
years her junior.
"A woman should marry the
man she loves regardless of age,"
she said. "Youth is in the mind,
not in the condition of your flesh."
She and Bergerac were married
in February, 1953, and she di divorced
vorced divorced him in July, 1957, on
grounds of cruelty.
"I'm young, almost a child at
heart, I'm adolescent, immature
with so much to learn. 'That is
why I've been so unlucky in my
eotional life.'
AUTHOR'S EARNINGS SOAR
London (UPI) Publisher Peter
Owen estimated yesterday Soviet
author Boris Pasternak's earnings
for works published in the West
t tailed approximately $700,000.
The author of the Westeen best bestseller
seller bestseller "Dr. Zhivago," which
brought heavy censure by t h e
Communists, has said he will re remain
main remain in Russia.
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FOR 1955 Oath,'
Coupe, rad $1,995. Call Navy
3682.
FOR SALE:FoW Fairless lifra
1955 sedan :PD transmitifin,
tinted glass, undercoated, new
tires, one owner. Rressonable
for cash. 530-B, Curundu, 83-
4114.
FOR SALE:--1953 4 door Buick
Special, good tires, Dynaflow,
tutone $400.00. Phone Balboa,
2479.
FOR SALE: "52" Chevrolet
excellent condition, 4 door, Pow Power
er Power glide, new paint, phone 2-
5474.
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FOR SALL-1959 Fiat 110
perfect condition $1450. Phone
08-354 Ft, Gulick.
FOR SALE:-:.. 1956 Buck ten.,
tury, hardtop couPe, Oswafigw,
power steering, radio and heater,
excellent condition. financing
can be arranged Tel. Navy 3410.
FOR SALE: 1955 Mercury
Monterey, 4 door sedan. Call
Balboa 2-1377.
FOR SALL-1957 2-door Ford
Del Rio, 21 months old, station
wagon, blue and white styletone
paint, radio, V-8 Thunderbird
engine, 4 new tires, excellent
condition. 5-7 p.m. week days,
house 2352-A Owen St. Balboa.
Phone Balboa 1472.
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FOR SALL-1958 Vauxhall 4
door sedan, like new. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-2744 or 2-6362.
FOR SALE:-1953 Super Buick,
rub, heater, Dynaftow, excel excellent
lent excellent tires S350,00. Cali Quarry
Reights 3162, during duty hours.
FOR SALE:--1957 station wagon,
Fordomatic, 6 cylinder, 6 pas-,
senger, radio $1800.00. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 2-3217.
FOR SALE:--Beautiful Starfire
Oldsmobile 98. Convertible, new
nylon top, new tires, power
throughout 1954, excellent con condition,
dition, condition, telephone Amador 3108
anytime. Curundu 3219 even evenings
ings evenings J'Ars. Warner.
FOR SALE:Hillman four door
10,000 miles, excellent condition
by owner, tall 2-0754, business
hours or 3-6605.
FOR SALE:--1958 Chevrolet Del
Rey 4 door sedan. Excellent con condition,
dition, condition, MOO. Call Gamboa 165.
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Brother's Anger
Turns To Sadness
NEW YORK (UPI) Anthony
Fog liana fumed when the subway
train he was riding was delayed
in a station yesterday. He finally
got off and took a taxi to work.
Fogliani tended his gas sta station,
tion, station, whict he owned with his
brother, Vincent, for several
hours before finding out why Vin Vincent
cent Vincent had not shown up for work.
Vincent was killed when he fell
beneath the train Anthony had
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ment. equipment. complete. 875.00. 86th
street, No. 6, San Francisco.
, FOR SALE 1.7 cubic foot .G.
I. ppright freezer $250.00, 2
years old RClit TN., radio, rec.
Ord player, combination $100.
Call Aibrook 7297.
FOR SALE:Complete apart apartment
ment apartment furnishings, double bed
innerspring maftress $40.00, 9 ft.
refrigerator and stove $100.00;
Wardrobe, $30.00; chairs, $5.00;
typewriter, $25.00; Italian cera ceramics
mics ceramics cheap; English China 8
Macs, $50.00; 1958' Morris
Minor 5000 miles. Call 3-3699,
Apt. 1 No. 76, Via Argentina.
FOR SALE:Dark mahogany bar
with 1 stools. $45. Three speed
Columbia automatic- phonograph
Table model $40. Call 2-2331
during hours. 3-5810 after 4:30.
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FOR SALE: Bargain 2-Round
Trip tickets to Lima Peru.
Worth $360.00. Sell for $250.00
Phone 36-707.
FOR, SALE: Electric mangel
(ironer); steam iron; wooden
table 391140; round tables, metal
base with wooden top; wooden
round table; nest of tables;
magazine rack; heavy work
tablec, couch back (for mag magazines
azines magazines and ornaments); type typewriter
writer typewriter desk; student's desk; file
cabinets; ladder 6 foot; child's
table and hvo 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, now tires, mechanically per perfect.
fect. perfect. Stevenson, 161-B William Williamson
son Williamson Avenue, Gamboa. Phone 6-
317.
FOR SALE:Electric kilns 6x6
inches and 15x11 inches; Elec Electric
tric Electric Potter's wheel; desirable
glazes and underglazes in lots
only; cabinet; bins. STEVENSON,
161-B. Williamson Aye., Gam Gamboa
boa Gamboa 6-317.
FOR SALE: Piano Upright
$125.00 excellent condition no
termites. Phone 5-366.
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K in 5th Straight
Basketball Vic Wry
The Green Devils of Canal Zone
Junior College won their fifth
straight bsIketball game of the
current season last night when
they downed Balboa High School
54-44. The college five took an ear early
ly early lead and held it all the way.
As usual, the Alexander broth brothers
ers brothers of J.C. set the pace, Gary re rebounding
bounding rebounding and shooting from under
the basket, and Don handling the
ball outside and driving in for
' many shots. Don was high point
man for his team with a total of
25.
The high school quintet played a
fast aggressive man to man de defense
fense defense and managed to control the
ball a large part of the first half.
Their offense, hqwever. was weak
throughout and the defense failed
in the last quarter.
Junior College meets Cristobal in
Margarita on May 12 for the last
interscholastic game of the season,
and if the Green Devils win this
one they will have tuined in an un undefeated
defeated undefeated record for the year.

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' FOR SALE: Frigidaint, ft:;::,
4 ootcolaios, inside and out 1.year
old. Phone Balboa 1309-03414mi
Franiipant Street,
FOR SALb.-Niestinghotass re4:
frigerator $65.00. 716-A Prods
Tel. 2-2433.
FOR SALLMaple dining "OM
set, 4 wicker chairs, 1 single
bed. Phone Balboa 3497. House
0425-A Venado Street, Ancon,
CZ.
FOR SALE:--One bedroom set,
8 pc. SI75.00; Double beil with
Rubber Foam mattress, $85.00;
one dining teens set, $85.00.
Call Tel. 3-7990.
FOR SALE:---Freezer, Hot Point,
11 cu. ft., $150; Maytag wringer
washer $40; Sunbeam mixer
S100 excellent condition, cell
82-5135. -k
FOR SALEAutomatic Maytag
washer, like new. Bast offer. Call
Albrook,
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Boats Cis Motors
FOR SALE: -- Coronet hardtop
"Iguana" with Mark 75 motor.
Fully quipped on heavy duty
trailer, $2.500.00. May be seen
at pier No. Coco Solo. Phone
Mc !Nein 36-356.
FOR SALE: Landing barge
LCM6 with 2 gray marine diesel
motors 225 HP hull and motors
in perfect condition. Apply
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boa Balboa 3719.
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Spanish Classes Spanish Clas Classes.
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days and Sundays, morning,
afternoon and evening classes.
Panamanian-North American As Association.
sociation. Association. Peru Avenue No. 66.
Tel 3-7963 (near Bella Vista
Theatre).
Learn to drive in a dual control control,
, control, led car. Tel. 3-0338, Panama.
Buffalo Moves Into
Third Pfau In IL
On 5th Win in Row
. l'sIEW YORK, MO'
Buffalo. pitchers received their
heaviest batting support in 14
games last night when the Bisons
staged an eight-run rally in the
eighth inning to down the Roches Rochester
ter Rochester Red Wings, 9-5.
The victory,'fifth in a row for the
Bisons, moved them into a third
place tie with Richmond in the In International
ternational International Pague standings.
Rochester had a 3-0 Jead in the
first inning on Gene Oliver's three threeru
ru threeru nhomer, his seventh of the sea season.
son. season. But the Bisons, down 5-1 in
the eighth stormed ahead to give
reliefer Bob Miller his first win of
the year.
The first place Miami Marlins
'maintained their game lead as
1Foster Castleman rapped a key
homer in a five-run second inning
to beat Richmond, 8-2. Jack Fisher
picked up his third straight win
without a setback.
Toronto stayed right behind Mia Miami
mi Miami with a 6-2 verdict over Mon Montreal,
treal, Montreal, Bob Chakales going the route
for his third victory in four deci decisions.
sions. decisions. Havana built an early 5-0 lead
and then staved off a Columbus
rally in the late innines to beat the
Jets. 5-3. It was Vicente Amor's
third consecutive triumph.
Sails Arrives
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Nlay 16 May 23
May, 23 May 30
Ma 30 June 6
June 6 June 13
June 13 June 20
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Real Estate'
FOR SALLLete 500 ao4 1.000
teeter lo the Nome Hipidreate
Urbanizatiee ammo the Rosen
Racetrack; All lets with street
front, towage'. water male and
electricity. CaN W. Mellarselt.
Tel. 44976.
FOR SALLLot 1.065 seism
motors in the boat location of
La Crosta, situated tretwoen "V"
Street and new street. For infor information
mation information please' call Tel. 2-2170
from Los. to 12 noon and from
2 Sun. to 5 Pm.
FOR SALEgNouto in Pook,lo
Nuevo, took none hut. Only $900
down., $30 monthly. PATTER PATTERSON,
SON, PATTERSON, 3-1114.
FOR SALE tNico Invol lot,
' 10th St, Rio Maio for only
S936 PATTERSON, 1-1114.
FOR' SALEt-1 bedroom chalet,
furnished or unfurnished, 2
bathrooms, 2 kitchaniV2 lama
living rooms and terrace. 500
square meters, Via Porras No.
135. Phone 2-2113 or 2-1427,
"La innovacion", Mr. A. Ba lid.
FOR SALIE:--3 bedroom house
in Las Cumbres, easy payments.
Call 3-3355.
Scouts Soak Public's
Aid In Naming New Can
The Canal Zone Boy Scout Coun Council
cil Council called on the public for help
today in its effort to find an offi official
cial official name for its picturesque new
lake front camp at Madden Lake.
The council's directors- decided
last night that the response to a
recent questionnaire asking for
suggestions had not been ade adequate.
quate. adequate. The council thereupon
agreed to call on the public for
help in naming the camp.
Entries which are not submitted
to the scout office through unit
leaders should, be mailed direatly
to the Boy Scout Council, Drawer
D, BAlboa.
Among the names that have be
suggested are: Madden, Chagres,
Alhajuela, Azote Cabal lo, Baden BadenPowell,
Powell, BadenPowell, Dan Beard, El Tigre, and
Conquistador.
Counell president,p K. Schlat
ter will name a committee to
screen submissions and select an
appropriate name ,at the end of
the month.
Tentative plans call for dedicat dedicating
ing dedicating the camp during the early part
of July when Lady Baden-Powell,
widow of the founder of Scouting,
is scheduled to visit the Isthmus.
In other matter, the council a agreed
greed agreed to cooperate with the Smith Smithsonian
sonian Smithsonian Institute in preserving ar archeohigical
cheohigical archeohigical finds uncovered at the
Madden Camp.
H. Morgan Smith, Smithsonian
collaborator, told the council that
once a site,. is disturbed it loses
its scientific value. Scouts will be
asked to help report and preserve
artifacts found ia the area which
will help tell its past history--
what animals inhabited the arca?
what was the extent of the Indian
civilization and so forth.
The council agreed with Smith's
idea that one of the caves on the
camp area' be 'used a museura.
It, also approved the naming of
Wesley Kennedy as commissioner
of round tables, a new position,
and heard a plea for more leaders
from the chairman of the leader leadership
ship leadership and training committee, Carl
Widen.
It adipted a fee schedule of $17
a week for those attending sum summer
mer summer camp, plus as additional uol uollar
lar uollar for insurance. Transportation
alone to last 'year's summer camp
at El Volcan cost more than PO
and didn't include the camping
fee.
John Hollen, chairman of the
camping committee, also reported
that the Camp at El Volcan has
been rented for agricutlrual pur purposes
poses purposes for $100 per month.
The Madden camp imsgovement
program has been continuing with
a great deal of volunteer help
from components of the Army, Na Na1
1 Na1 vy and Air Force and free servic
from various Isthmian contrictors,
he reported.
Farouk Becomes
Citi;en Of Monaco
MONTE CARLO, Monaco (UPI)
Former Xing Farouk of Egypt
was made a citizen of Monaco
yesterday by special decree of his
close friend, Prince Rainier.
Announcement of the move gave
the first public indication that the
portly 'Farouk might have aban abandoned
doned abandoned hope of repining the
throne of Egypt from which he
was ousted in 1952.
,The decree making the exiled
playboy monarch a naturalized
Monesciasque was signed by
Rainier, husbandl, of the former
Hollywood actresi Grace Kelly
and ruler of this postage stamp
principality.
Firouk has wandered' from
country to country in europe
since he fled from Cairo in July,
1952, when his regime was over overthrown
thrown overthrown by a military revolution
led by Gen. Mohammed Naguib
and Col. Game! Abdel Nasser,
who later became president.

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FOR SALLLata 500 ao4 1.000 -Investors
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By $iiA' SHULSKY
q. I bought over the last year
Allied Stores, A. T. and T., Amer American
ican American Tobacco, Cons. Edison, Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia Gas, Ford,- Liggett and
Myers, Lerner Stores, New Eng-'
land Electric, Pepsi Cola, V. S.
Rubber, yestern Union, Wool Woolworth.
worth. Woolworth. I mvested-a total of $27,-
000 anti could make a 'profit of
$11,500, which my broker wants
me to take. But I don't want to
sell because I get a, gqod return
-4640 a year. I am retired.
A. First, I mhust congratulate
you' on your investents. ,They
are excellent.
Second, I must say that your
broker has a lot of argument On
, now have capital of $38,000 and
his side.
You invested $27,000, but you
on that basis (Incidentally, your
broker is corr t in arguing
sbould get more than $640 a year
dividends. That amounts to less
'than three per cent of the $27,000
and, or course, even less on the
$38,000 figure.)
Taking of the profits Is not the
main issue. But it seems to me
that if you are interested in income
you should sell some of the issues
which on the basis of today's price
yield less than five per cent. A.
T. and T. for example, which
Shows y?u an excellent profit, now
yields less than four per cent. ,So
does Ford. While these are both
fine securities they do not pay as
much as you can get from some
good grade retail and rail stocks,
for example.-
" would consider making some
changes, but would retain those
issues paying 4 to five per cent
on present, market prices.

Seas Safer Than Land From Radiatiot
According To Nationalicience Study

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WASHINGTON (UPI)A scien-,
tific group said today the rem remnants
nants remnants of populations left after an
all-out nuclear war might survive
the ravages of fallout and hunger
by fleeing to the relative safety
of lakes and oceans.
Deep-swimming fish ,would pro provide
vide provide -a fairly uncontaMinated
source of food, and dispersal of
radioantivity in the water would
make seas and lakes far less
dangerous than the land.
The suggestion was made by
the National Academy of Sci Sciences'
ences' Sciences' Committee, on Oceanog Oceanography.
raphy. Oceanography. The committee said civil
defense planners should consider
"the potentialities of the oceans
and lakes for protection against
,radiation."
,
The committee proposed a five fiveyear,
year, fiveyear, $30,220,000 research pro program
gram program to 'determine among other
things the tfeasibility of dumping
highly-radioactive atomic wastes
at sea and' ot. using the oceans as
refuges after a nuclear war. Only
low-intensity wastes are now dis-.
Tosed of at tea.
In a :section on nuclear war
the committee assumed that ati atitackers,
tackers, atitackers, and defenders would exl,
plode atomic weapons equal
power to 6,450,0,90,Q004.tOns of TNT
in land, coastat' and sea fighting.
It said fallout' on the ocean on
the downwind side of an attacked
continent would be nearly as
heavy as on the land. But the
water surface levels of radiation
would be greatly reduced in a
few hours by downward mixing
of the radioactive particles in the
water. Even a few feet of water
provides "verY effective shield shielding,'
ing,' shielding,' against radiation.
I'll Neyer Coach
Again-Brennan
MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UPI)
Former Notre Dame football coach
Terry Brennan said today he likes
bang in the investment business
and "as of this moment, I'll never
coach again."
"Of course, never is a long time
and maybe I shouldn't say that,"
said the 30-year-old Brennan who
was fired from Notre Dame short shortly
ly shortly before Christmas last year.
Brenn'ap, here to speak at a
sports luncheon, admitted he has
.had "half a dozen" coaching of offers
fers offers since leaving Notre Dame.
Braves Cut Loos
Cottier, Pisoni
MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UPI)
Rookie Chuck Cott ler, much-publicized
candidate to replace,,:lted
Schoendienst at second bases foy
the Milwaukee Braves, his failed
in his first' attempt because, of
"inexperience, but he'll be back."
That's: tbe opinions of Braves'
General Manager John McIale,
who xiptlimed the young infielder
to Louisville of the American As Association
sociation Association Monday night on 24-hour
recall. 'The Braves also cut loose
reserver,outfielder Jim Pisoni to
reduce their squad to 26-one over
the player limit whicb must be
reached by Saturday,

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Q. We are in our early 30s, with
five children under 12 and our
home almost pair for.- Recently
inherited some Allied Chemical.
General Ildotors, Kennecott, 'Min 'Minneapolis
neapolis 'Minneapolis Standar& Oil
of N. J. Do you consider these
growth stocks and do you think
we should make any changes?
A. Don't touch iem. That's an
enviable list of securities. By the
time your youngsters get ready.
for college these shares should be
able to contributi quite a bit'to
their tuition bills.

We are in our late 30s, holding 1
isome Standard Oil of N.J. and
Bethlehem Steel. We known little 461,
or nothing about the market. My
question concerns joint names on0
,the certificetes. Our broker ad
vised against it. I am concerned
about inheritance taxes.
, A..,I have tried several times to
get a definitive answer on joint
ownership of securities, but 'have
come away only with the feeling
that It is very much a matter of
opinion. To ,comiplicate matters,
different states have different
laws about this.
think it is fair to say thato
unless the estate runs up above
-60t000, there isn't much to be eon-
cerned about tax-wise.
The single name does maks
bookkeeping simpler.
would add this observation,
however: Your broker may be
right in advising one name, but I
do think some of the securities
shotdd be on the wife's name, too, 4)
so as to take advantage of the
double dividend exemption en theit
federal income tax form.
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activity on land."
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of ,the United States and of the
world are located close to oceans
or lakes." A land shelter would
be preferable during actual bomb bombing,
ing, bombing, but afterward, the committee
said, "living on a ship would be 41
preferable to living on the land."
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dicating' indicating' that the deep water of
the oceans is replaced In pe period
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Colonial Tourney
For Fifth Time
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By ED FITE
FORT.WORTH, Tex. (UPI)
Bantain Hogan? fresh from
an I8-holeplayoff victory over
Fred Hawkms for his fifth Colo Colonial
nial Colonial National Invitation golf tour
nament title, thinks he has found r
the cure for "five miserable
years' of putting.
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test of the golfing world that lit little
tle little Ben at last,may achieve his,A
one big goat, itt the age of 47.
that of becoming the only man V)
win five U.S. Open championships.
The Open will be played at Wing-
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N. Y., five' weeks from now.
Hogan, who fired a one-under- 4
par 33-36-69 in gale like winds
that hit 45 miles per hour in gusts
to beat Hawkins by four grokes
for the $5,000 top prize money,
thinks the "fifth' he 'picked up
here may be an omen.
Hawkins, who has won only One
tournament crown in a dozen
years on the tour despite being
well up among the money win winners,
ners, winners, picked um $3.000 for secnd
place: He starts defense of the ),!
only title he ever wonthe Okla Oklahome
home Oklahome City Open Thursday at '
Twin Hills Country Club. He shot a
a 37-36-73 Monday after be bad
Hogan bad tied at 285 for 72 '''
holes.
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and had trouble making the four.
day tt.rind after his near-fatal ante
accident in 1949.' said he felt fineo
physically durine the five-day
stretch here:except that be WIN
a bit weary after the second r.
roundo
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the Memphis, Tenn., Open three
weeks from now in his only tour' 4)1
ney apperanes before the U. 9.
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to get readr for the Open." he ','
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now than in recent years.''I've
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years 'On the greens. ,!,
"But, I think I've got it worked 40
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gain tow. was desperate and I
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SP.5 ROBERT MOODY Mt was presented the insignia of his pro promotion
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Communist reaction to western
conterence plans has been negative
OT outright hostile and the western
package plan worked out in the re reeentl
eentl reeentl western foreign ministers'
eonfirence in Paris met strong
Criticism from Moscow.
iron Curtain diplomats reveal.
;esd there was no chance whatever
thissia's agreeing to GOrMart
:unification on western terms or
to any advance commitment to
mu-Min issues to the unification
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goscow's plan was to avoid any
major advance commitment in
Geneva and leave all major talks
over.'for the meeting of Soviet
Premier Nikita Khrushchev. Pres President
ident President Eisenhower, Prime Minister
Harold Macmillan and President
Charles de Gaulle.

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Balboa Cristobal
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Low 66 RS
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HER6' H 0-4 TemmY (Amateur Radio Operator It.i,,Art
Matthews- of nouston, Tex, shows the equipment, which. he
used to speed help to accident victims in far-off Pennrylvania.
One day after school, 14-year-old Tommy picked up an artier.
gency call from a radio-telephone in a car on the Pennsylvarda )
Turnpike. Tommy immediately placed a long distance call to
Pennsylvania police and notified them of the accident. Thimks
to the hero ham, help was soon on the way.
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MAN AND THEARON MASKWarrlor.like Inabk IS part if
a giant steani turbine-generator unit. 'rhe unit illUltt feet high.
weighs 15 tons. Markings on the face are guides for.rnachilling
and drilling operations. "Mouth" admits high-pressure steam
from boiler intb turbine. Steam is then returned to boiler for
reheating and then readmitted to turbine through the "eyes."
It was made for use in Puerto Rico by GE in tynn. Mass.

Will be remeM bered for its. sevell Itne',qualstief,
but most of arperhaps, for the outstOnding per-
formance of yOung'Robert Blake. The film, which
gopens tomorrow at the LUX, stars Blake with an another
other another exceptionally talented actor, Qene Evans.

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' RICHMOND. Va.,,(1.1PI)--A Fed:,.court -told Hutcheson to keep the

eral appeals court 'yesterday or:
dered yrgice Edward County ,in
Virginia's rural "south side" 'to
integrate its public schools next
September, overturning a seven sevenyear
year sevenyear delay granted the county by
a district judge.
Prince Edward, A.:defendant in
the Supreme Court's original 1954
desegregation decision, prompay
terved notice it Would close its
public schools next fall a n d
switch to private education.
The U.S. 4th Circuit Court of.
Appeals overruled District Judge
Sterling Hutcheson's order grant granting
ing granting the county a delay in Integra--
tion until 1965.
It said, the fact that "violence
may be within the realm of prob.
ability," as cited by Hutcheson, a
native of Virginia's southside, was
no reason to postpone race mix mixing
ing mixing in the county.
'rhe court told the totuity, which
is approximately half Negro, it
must integrate its white high
school in .,September, and .take
"immediate steps" to integratel
its elementary schools as well.
The order specifically covered
ell Negroes In the-county includ including
ing including the- three who filed the
original nsult in 1951.- The appeals

lowell Thomas
Starts Aid Drive

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Fir Tibet Refugees
NEW YORK Lowell
Thomda today began nationwide
appeal for funds to help refugees
froth Tibet who have:fled into
northern India to tamp Chinese
Communist doniinationpi
The radio and TV cominetitator,s'
as chairman of the newly-formed
American Emergency Committee:.
for Tibetan Refugees, Inc., said
that 10,000 refugees have
streamed across mountain passes
into India in the past two weeks.
"The plight of the refugees is
critical," Thomas said at a news
conference, "They have yaded
Chinese attempts to seal, the bot botder,
der, botder, and many of them are earrY earrYtrig
trig earrYtrig their wounded.
"They need medical supplies
urgently. Although the Indian
government is doing everything in
ts power, local resources are in inadequate.,
adequate., inadequate., Sulfa drugs, vitamins,
and ontiblotics, blankets, tood,
and ail ,kinds ,of relief ,,supplis
re desperately needed.'
, Thomas explained that because
of the extreme change in alti altitude
tude altitude and climatic conditions, the
refugees are prone to disease.
"They left a high altitude and
cold weather for a low altitude
and warm weather and, of
course, many are suffering the
effects of prolonged combat," he
said.

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Case "open on his 'docket- and
clamp down if ,there is4 any. sign
el evasion. -"'
'Attorneys for the county school
board strongly indicated h e y
would -appeal the ruling-- to 4the
Supreme Court. ,
was the first litegration
order :directed against -'1the
staunchly pro-segregation ,arei of
south side Virginia where Prince
Edward and other localities have
prepared to stop all public educa education
tion education before bowing to. thetfederal
courts.
-The three-judge,court; ruling unanimously,-
said it realized.,inte realized.,integration
gration realized.,integration was much easier itiv. such
localitiesi, as Norfolk Jand'
ton, Va.,:than :iin iLconipletely
rural 'cognmunity -such .asPrince
Edward County where' the:races
are apprmdmately equal in number,-
- -
commtudlies in, t h e
state have taken liteps to tneet
the question and solve it," the
court' said, "whereas in Prince
Edward,County the school author authorities
ities authorities have taken 'no effective ac-,
tion whatsoever...".
, The court told -Hutcheson to
make sure the county-paid no at attention
tention attention td any remammg .5 tate
laws which might slow-down inte integration
gration integration in, the county. 'Tills cast
doubt on powers of the ,Virginia
Pupil Placement Board, a state
Edward County the school author authorities
ities authorities have taken no effective ac action
tion action whatsoever..." ,"
The court told Hutcheson to
make sure, the vdunty Paid,no at attention
tention attention to any remaining state
laws which ',might slow,down inte,
gration in the county.' This cast
doubt on powers of the Virginia
Pupil Placement Board, a state
agenc3t.which has made statewide
essignitients on a 'segregated batt-P.rince
tIvard officials said
they had expected yesterday's dc dcdsion
dsion dcdsion and would close t h e
schools and turn to private educa education.
tion. education. Students will be allowed $250
per year in state scholarships
under the state's new local-option
integration containment program.

Booldnas'Open
For 'A Hole
In The Head'

Seats are now on sale for "A
Hole in the Head," Arnold Schul Schulman's
man's Schulman's two-act comedy 'which opens
it the Theater Guild on May ft for
a six-night run. Iteservations May
be made by calling Mrs. Klipper
at Balboa 3096 between 8 a.m. and
8 p.m.
"A -Hole in the Head" is directed
by Kathy Wilber and features
Walt, Stevie and Hindi Diamond:
Sol and, Evelyd Farbman; Mel
Missall;' Virginia'. McDuff, Gordon
Dixon, Jack Schor and another in individual.
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' CANNES, May 11-.--(1.PI)-.-Group
Capt., Peter Townsend's roundthe-world'
movie documentary
was shown today' but only a about
bout about 100 turned out to see it.
Even Townsend himself failed
to attend the showing.
The movie, titled "Passport
For The World," was tho Pathe Patheproduced
produced Patheproduced record 'of the long trip
Townsend made "to forget" the
collapse of his romance with
Britain's Princess Margaret.
Its world premiere was staged in
a burry at Cannes' tiny "Olympia"
cinema in the hope of catching the
eye of international film exhibitors
from 'all over the- world attending
the current Catmea Film Festival.
Twnsend's film was not Includ Included
ed Included in the festival program.
Paths officials were plainly dis disappointed
appointed disappointed that Townsend failed
to turn, up for the premlei They
aid he had promised only "to
come if I find time."
Townsend, presently living In
Paris, was not available for com comment
ment comment at his hotel here.
Most members of the small au audience
dience audience which saw the film were
movie officials, exhibitors and
newsmen. The bulk of them were
in beach clothes, ready to spend
the rest' of the morning jn the sun
following the 90-minute 'showing.
The general verdict was that
the film,, in its way, was a suc success.
cess. success. The critics judged Town Townsend,
send, Townsend, the only performer in the
film apart from the people he de deolds&
olds& deolds& was "no acto0 but
showed a fine sense of humor
and an engaging turn of philose-,
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Townsend himself asiisted with
tke commentaryin his own fluent
French. He plugged his own theme,
which the film went to pains to
back up, that the world's peoples
are happier in their more primitive
state than in conditions of modern
civilization.

ACROSS THE RIVERAeross the Mosel River near Bern-Kastel, Germany, goes the VS.
Army's heavy equipment assault bolt It's poweredlzy the Inboard-enema motor boat in the
center. This U standard procedure for znoving vehicles across river. This was part of Zightb
Infantry Division operations.

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stage tte-foot rocket with 150,K0 potmds of thrust. Center shows the-covering, called
"shroud, whkh is over the second, third and fourth Stages. Right shows them es they were
clustered in compact grouping under the shroud. Scaled-down Sergeant rockets were used
for these stages es follows: second stage, 11 rockets; third stage, three, and idurth stilt; one.
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day approved a 251-mMion dollar more funds ,available for sulk. ',, 4
Democratic r. program of federal areati as Johnstown,, Pa.;' Middles.:
'help for areas suffering from boro-Harlan, Ky.; and Beckley ,, ,-,
chronic unemployment, It was al- W. Va., which l'really have ChrOti: ',,,
most five ,times as bit' aa Presi- ic ,unemPloYment-'.1' 1 4'4110 It
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than the $389,500,000 program Detroit ,as a 'depressed area eligimv
which the Senate approved by ,a ble for laiti.' Undet the' committet
three-votemargin in Mardi- The bill, they' said, 25,per vent el thew
President killed last year's 4289,- aid for industrial areas w,ould gC
500,000 Democratic, progrant with to' Detroit.;' t 'L, ,, ; -A.
a pocket vete. - .-: : "- -of,l'Detroit's. 220,900 pnemployment ,4
The House version' waS scaled problem, is- of the 'lame type au
down by a subcommittee several New York city's 475,000, Chicago'el
weeks ago In hopes.Pf ',evading 210,00a or', Philadelphia's 1 0,00 "'
another veto. But the new versZn unemploythent 'problema,' t h s 3:
failed to appease Renublican foeSe said. ----, ''''',
It was approved Ilk with, six ';.The 'Republicans stated uneult. .".
other members merely :voting ployment ht 'all four cities was o& 4-
present. - a general nature, rather than ditil
Before the final vote,'-the corn- to chronic depression.
mittee rejected, 16-6, a GOP ef- In addition to 7 -million dollgt
fort to substitute the,President's in federal loans for industrial!
plan for the Democratic program. areas, the bill would provide anC,
Three members voted present. other 7 -million for the same pups ,,,
Seven GOP members then pose In rural areas, 10 million Mt'
charged in a statement the Demo- lars in subsistence payments to.
cratic bill actually would do less retrain the unemployed, and 85r, ''
for chronically depressed indus- million on lOang and grants for
trial areas than the President's construction of public facilities. It:,
53-million dollar program. i A 1
They said the bill's provision for OPEN AIR ROUTE ,3 Jo t
a 75-million dollar loan fund for i -1,
building plants in Industrial areas VIENNA (UPI)---The first direct
would generate only 115-million air connection between Canadte
dollars in investment, compared and Austria Vat opened during
with 143-n2illion under the PreH- the week end when- a Trans-Cano ',
dent's program. The Eisenhower 'ada Airlines ,uper:4Conatellatic4'
plan would require local or Pil- arrived from Montreal. Officiate II
vate interests to put up a greater said the company 'will fiy thea
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'dered yrnice Edward County ,in claMp dwn if there is4 any. sign .. .,', WASHINGTON 11.IPI).;..;,,,T b. ., : 'rho Itepublicins. also' said fliT.A. ',
-Virginia's rural "south side" 'to of evasion. ,,:''' ,-. ,''''''! ,,,if. ., House Banking Committee yester! administration. plan would milts,-
integrate its public schools next Attoroeys for ,the county school 44 , ,, day approved a 251-mMion dollar more. funds 'available for such'. 4
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September, overturning a seven- board strongly indicated ,tt h e y wools.) bovo,o,woy of ;ow Democratic ,, program of federal areati as Johnstown,' Pii.;,' Middles.: ". d
year delay granted the county by would -appeal the ruling-- to ;the preting their reflections in the help for areas suffering from boro-Harlan, Ky. and Beckley,. ,,,,,,,
a district judge. Supreme- Court. .,,-, tmirror to suit thernselvei toests chronic unemployment- It was al- W. Va., which 11r;ally have chronoo ",
Prince Edward, a.-, defendant in IU, was the first integratimi - most five ,times as bit: au Presi- ic .unemployment.11' 1 ,.... 1,
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original 1954 order', ,thrected against -1' t h e , , ,,,,, .-: . dent Eisenhower proposed.,, ,' -They said under 'the administer.,
the Supreme Court's
desegregation decision, promptly staunchly pro,segregation area of F, ,,, But the committee plans ,eallgd Hon program the government'. ..-r,
terved notice it Would close its south side Virginia where Prince 4ttnd for considerably -.less spending wbuid not be required to designatC 1,,,-,'
than the 8369,500,000 program Detroit as a 'depressed area eliguar
public schools next fall a n d Edward and other localities have ew
switch to private education. prepared to stop all public educe-. '.. N ,, ;, -.,'.. b which the Senate approved by ,a ble for 'aiiiUndee the' committel
, , , f three-votemargin in Mardi The bill,' they' said, 25,per, vent of that,
The U.S. 4th Circuit Court of don, before bowing JAI, thetfederal ay'
Appeals overruled District Judge courts. ' ''':' '' i ownsen .s, President killed last years',$289,- aid for indestrial ,areas, w,ould gC
Sterling Hutcheson's order grant- -The-three-judge:court-ruling un- , ,,,, ,,.. 500,000 Democratic, program with to' Detrolt,;',' ,, t'",, '., : .,,..
ing the county a delay In Integra-, animously,- said it realizedinte- ,.. ,- .. ,1, , 4
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tion until 1965. '- gration was much easier in 'such emiere: The HouSe version' war scaled problem, isrof, the erne type Ole 01
It said, the fact that "violence localitiesias Norfolk Jand' Ailing- r
down by a subcommittee,,several New York city's 475,000, Chicago1e1
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may be within the realm of prob- ton, Va.,. than :'in iLconipletely ,: ,,1,,, I.,-, ,., -4
weeks ago In hopes;Pf ',evading' 210,00a or', Philidelphia's 1 0,00 ,'
fpaarnteolsetehdnetfo. vaeptop.e.aBsuet Rtheenunbeltweavnertoest ;ianeldm. pl7nient 'problema,1 t h e C'
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ability," as cited by Hutcheson,- a rural'. 'conimunity -such .as,Prinee .......,
native of Virginia's southside, was Edward County where' the :races
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no reason to postpone race mix- are approximately equal in num- CANNES, May $.41.)P1)Group
other members merely 'voting ployment hi 'all four cities was ofi 4-
ing in the county. ber.,t,, , - '. ', Capt, Peter.Townsend's round round'The
'The round'The court told the tounty, which ."...0tber commiinities '. lir, t h e the-world:, movie documentary
Before the final vote,.-ibe.'com- tao gtehrireornatlendaeturprese, srioantber than dui
Is approximately half Negro, it state have taken 'steps to Meet was shown today' but only a-
must integrate Its white high the question and solve it," the bout 100 turned out to see it. mittee rejected, 16-6, a GOP ef, In addition to 7 -million dollarC
school in ,september and take court' said, "whereas In Prince Even Townsend himself fallen fort to substitute the:President's in ,,,federal loans for industrial.
"immediate steps" to Integrate Edward,County the school author- to attend the showing. plan for the Democratic program. areaa, the bill would provide and
its elementary schools as welt ities have taken 'no effective ae-, Three members voted present., ,- other 7 -million for the same pun. ,,,
The order specifically covered tion whatsoever...". The movie, titled "Passport Seven GOP members '' then pose in rural areas, 10 million Mt' il
ell Negroes In the-county Inglud- The court told, -Hutcheson to For The World,"-was the Path. charged in a statement the Demo- tars in subsistence payments tat
produced record Of the long trip cratic bill actually would do less retrain the unemployed, and 85r, ''
ing th,e- three," who filed the make ,sure the county-paid no at atTownsend
Townsend atTownsend made "to forget" the for chronically depressed Indus- million on loans and grants for.
origie al sult in 1951.- The appeals tendon td any remammg a t a t e
' laws which might slow-dowtt inte, collapse of his romanco with trial areas than the President's construction of 'public facilities. ''""
gration in the county.,"13ils cast
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Britain's Princess Margaret. 53-million dollar program. I
Lowell Theme's doubt on powers of the Virginia
Pupil Placement Board,
a ., e .cre'maattitniagids, itioa. re- th, e eurr
a state ,Its world premiere was staged in They said the bill's provision for OPEN AIR ROUTE
a nurry at Cannes' tiny "Olympia" a 75,million dollar loan fund for i Ai t
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cinema in the hope of catching the building plants in industrial areas VIENNA (UPI)The first direct .,
ities have taken no, effectivaac- eye of international film exhibitors would generate only 115-million air connection -between Cantle
Stails Aid Driv' e. tion svhatsoever...' -," '',
from all over the,world attending dollars in, investment, compared and Austria Wat opened durint
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ent Cornea Film Festival. with 143-million under the Pred- the week end when. a Trans-Cano ',
dent's program. The Eisenhower 'ada Airlines ,uper:'Constellatictit
For Tibet Petugees !I 1
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Twnsend's filin'" was not Includ- plan would require local or Pil- 'arrived from Montreal. Dfficialt 4
NEw y. ORE (upT) towel laws which,might slow,,down inter vate interests to put up a greater said the company 'will fiy thea I
ation in -the county. This cast id in the festival program.
Thomas today began 'nationwide fir- Paths officials were plainly dis. share of funds,
oubt on powers of me Virgmia -route ,onca a Week. -,010
appeal for funds to help refugees appointed that Townsend failed ..
P pil Placeinent Board; a 'state
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front Tibet who Wive:fled into
northern India to escsiisi, Chinese agesingentwents on aa .smeagreetted bat- to turn, up for the premier. They
said he had promised only "to
Communist, doinination,i 0.'" -ik - ;- - , come If I find time."
The radio and TV comMettator, ,,, a,(1111, shtwomminTrormr. Toup, i': -')
t' ward, officiOs, rlid
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as chairman of the newly-formed ''. Prre.
American EmergeneY committet tney ao expectea yesteroay s c, Townsend, presently living In
Paris, was not available for coin
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for Tibetan Refugees, Inc., said ment at his hotel here.
schools and turn Ito private educe- .. --maeomeor t.'111"1"--- .. '''' I
that 10,000 r e f u g e e s have
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tion. Studentawil tbe alined $250 Most members of the small au au!st
!st au!st a tee w ;1 ;.' SUDDENLY 4: '
streamed across mountain passes
Into India in the past two weeks. afocuala-roaptoPna dienFe which saw the. film were sto
"The plight of the refugees is u nrdjetahre situate movie officials, exhibitors and 11
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newsmen. The bulk of them were ,.
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critical," Thomas said at a news
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conference, "They have Oysded A ooskinns'Open the rest' of the morning jn the sun tt -
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Chinese attempts to seal, the hot- D
der, and many of them are carrY- following the 90,minute 'showing.
ing their wounded. For 'A Hole ..,-;,;,,,
"They need medical supplies The general verdict was that I' it
urgently. Although the Indian In The Head'. the film,. in its way, was a suc- 4.,' -VI ''' fi- It'll, I t
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government is doing everything in cosi. The critics judged Town- ...1 , 'kw
ts power, local resources are In- Seats are now on sale for "A send, the only performer in the c,
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adequate. Sulfa drugs, vitamins, Hole in the Head," Arnold Schul, film apart from the people he de- '''.2 '''''t' '' v 1 '''
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and antibiotics,. blankets, food, man's two,act coniedy which opens pieta!, Vilis "no actor," but '',' '' f.
and all kinds ,of relief supplies it the Theater Guild on May ft for showed a fine sense of humor
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ere desperately needed.' a six-night run. Iteservations May and an engaging turn of philose-, ..',',' ,,
, Thomas explained that because be made by caning Mrs. Klipper phy. ,.
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of the extreme change in alti- at Balbot 3096 between 8 a.m. and
tude and climatic conditions, the 8 p.m.. Townsend himself assisted with ".. ''
refugeem are mono to disease "A -Hole in the Head" is diroetPli tho enmmpntnrvin hie nwn finnnt i',...N-: .," ..' ,P -1t.,,,,,
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Communist diplomatS hinted strongly today th t Rit
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s. derldIrmce Edward County ,in clamp own if ,there is4any. sign 1 f
Vir a's rural "south side" Ito of evasion. '" '' '--"I
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nday's Geneva conference in a "spirit of conoiliation,72-,' integrate its public schools next 'Attorneys for the county school
September overturning a seven- board strongly indicated ,,,t h e v
hold an con cession to the barest minimum with Moscow yeir delay' granted the- county by would -aortal -the ruling- to 4the- prWer"ing thehmir refaiWY c4
SoProme Court. , .,,, imirror to suit themselvwicens
rinciplep. The' spirit of conciliation would be 'Ilmitedilo a district judge.
- : ,..- Prince Edward, a.: defendant in IU,. was the first Jntegration -----.----,:.-
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as said Moscom was readying some "detrionstrative gee. desegregation decision, promptly staunchly pro-segregation,arei of F, ,, ."
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Served notice it 'would close its south side Virginia where Prm. ce
t-West lonlen ministirs' conference as a good will token public schools next fall a n d Edward and other localities have
t conference. switch to private education. prepared to stop all public educe-, ;-, ,:',-;,,',,-,- 1
The U.S. 4th Circuit Court of tion before bowin the e eral ' 1;' -
f state remain s the primary and immediate objective Of Appeals overruled istrict Ju ge courts.
said, and the foreign ministers' meeting Is regarded -as Sterling , ,r
D d g ti' 4 d ToWnsen ToWnsenHutcheson's
Hutcheson's ToWnsenHutcheson's order grant- -The three-judge.court; ruling un un.
. un. ing the county a delity In Integra-, animously,- said it realized.,inte- ''' ,- ' f' ''
tion tmtil 1965. gration was much easier itiv,sucti
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no reason to postpone race mix- are apprmdmately equal in num- CANNES, May (0.-(101)-
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Wil STIOWn molly DUT only o- Before the final vote,"-the tom- to chronic depression.
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It. all Negroes In the-county includ- ,, The court told -Hutcheson to Tho movia, titled "Passport Seven GOP members ''' then posi In rural areas, 10 million dOlt
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produced record of tho long trio erotic bill actually would do less retrain the unemployed, and 857,
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, Lowell Thomas dgroauttonon.pothweer;ouantyt.h'e'llixiisucinaisat
Pupil Placement Board, a state Britain's Princess Margaret. 53-million dollar program.
Its world premiere was staged in They said the bill's provision for OPEN AIR ROUTE,. I Ai
: ,i ','1!.,k'kr '. .s..4.:;'..t ;i: : s' i'sl::iij burry at Cannes' tiny "Olympia" a 75-million dollar loan fund for j
, t Edward County the school author- a acinema
cinema acinema in the hope of catching the building plants ip industrial areas VIENNA (UPI)--The first direct
Wes have taken no ,effective.:ac-
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11 laws which ',might slow down inte, dent's program. The Eisenhower oda" Airlines ,uper''Constellatiog'
Twnsond's film' was not Includ- plan would require local or PSI- 'arrived from Montreal. Officialt
od in tho festival program. vate interestrto put up a greater said the company, 'will fiy the
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aid he had promised only "to t -.
assignitients on a segregated bat- RELEAS
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Townsend presently living in Shows: 3:10 4:08 ToDA
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Into India in the past two weeks. under the state's hew local-option ,,
"The plight of th refugees la movie officials, exhibitors and 'itt.'; "' '
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HEI1641A41,4 TommY, (AMateur Radio Operator' It5AIrt 1' coaference, "TheY have aded in beach clothes, ready to spend
IVIatth ot 1Touton, Tex, shows the equipment- which:he gionese.. attempts, tp sea e or-
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tha film,, in its way, was a suc sucgency
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