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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:02909

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bait expeditionaries to Cuba. , ss-saiti' -s,S.,S0- siss i I
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take it from this observer, it does, sursersonic age.
t at Tthheerecovinitiiin .,
ill'as said it will not resume thisierv- :'1
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- bassador ItnurRoa and Ricardo
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B-58 supersonic bomber. all of the gation from the PeruvianAir Min Mintee
tee Mintee dll its ursepDeenfsi ti oi Onn 00f ft thee aeolnota.
ssuratice as "y'reta,.k: gean'It,eer-
4 artaires in' Panama. .. leaped from the La Boca Ferry
currently operational U.S. jet air- istry, in Caribbean Air Cammand Cammandearly
early Cammandearly this morning as it ,was a dele dele,
, dele, Yesterday,' National Guard crossing to Balboa on the oast s craft did their bit, from rapid-fire er Maj. Gen. Truman 11.3Landon's
sryhwaSeliroVwiewe aindliC0;03 :0 SUCh 0 h be
v patrols' ,Iii the ,;Portooelo area
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bank of the Panama Canal...14e
' achieved the' surrender, Of live was rescued by Balboa pollee t tiluirdeth
tgorsostihndomstrianigiog Thto ehliagthtealt tilt;
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! of a group of six' CUban in-- and later voluntarily surrendered ', an ingenious system by whic,h a jet port has ever been builts
nenmgistnehdooCko,nnyoaitrr.i mNost ejre ttrtithni ash,.
vaders who tooK the jungle plane Merolla tosses an atomic tbwinut i
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" bomb into. a high arching curve, Maj. Carl O. Reughgaiden, pilot, ceived.
The National Guard launch h' h '
rather thast sttrronder last MO on.
himself to Panamanian author'.
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i day at Nombre de Dioa, , o allowingthe pilotto filo the plane and Capt. Edward L. Pierson, et
the sanctuar f the Ca 11 Th
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vets former p'enemanien consul ,'' -"' --so ';''s s'. 1-,. . ss,,," :, ssai. s ' asS'a, over on its back and. be inanv pilot. verY Patiently it "P w1 s 00 Ing or ,rugitive revolutionaries who were,. ,
' that in an effort tor avoid blood- at Aruba, was arrested recently GRAY vs TORP---it'X's whopper' men and' what. s,'", tight.:Bgt., sits ecte
p d tole trying to y
make their way from Tabo o't '''''
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' she'd the patrol maneuvered the
five men towards a mangrove at David for
aro aictivities.
alleged revolution- James S. Gray, U.S. Army Jungle Warfare Training Oenter, Fort reaches, detonation po t.
in cockpit particularly over the mys
mtles away by the time the bomb my hours of, questioning in the
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elbiAls to no nuclear teri s (to me) of Instrumen an , to na one. ere we 2
Sherman, froudly lloses ,withs this seven-foot, 92-pound tarpon sil II Y et s h d e th -S 11 '1 b '
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re 0 posseng ..,
, many, cutting off their retreat Contreras was being brought which he anded 'atter an hour-long tussle while fishing' front war .
heads woe, used during the ing Approach anu sy rs an e, wo awi ut ri'o fugitives. -,,L,
- end forcing ,,stheirsseurrerider to oishameicisy to the David So a mechanized landing ,ergft,gt the- mouth of the Chagrea" river demonstrations. As tile il t r tion
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inder of the crew con- ama Tourist Commission as ori ' -'
- without,tirint a shot.',
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t Pali Chiers car, While below pert San Lorenzo, Gray lartia Wing a Star drat'reer,with eintod eut;to the audience of The rema B
i emergenc t '
y s o o in -,
1 ) -,.,,,,,: Seyeial persons, arreeted in crossing-the ferry he left the car 30-pound test, line and indlecV-the-tarn in single 'handed, more thanr6,000,- the demon'
WI' slated of S-Sgt. Edward m. ozz
hie assietant, S- T b 'Pg P'"perat g, the good ship Ageood :,
-.-.:connection,Swiths theSS recent ' and leered 'trim the lids' rail ' "- s '''''',- -' s, r ...' ';:f . 'i al.IS Arm! rhoto) tionareaswas slightly confined flight engineer,
d TSgt. to a oga on a twice-daily basis from m ff h '''''''. ''.:
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Salimier 'wake rescued him and for nuclear explosions. Easily the Sgt. Louie T. Mendes, an , ct oaring o t iv,.
acting as stew- orina i i
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, ngt 5,!se by the Presidencia. ,, ;,i ,,'N: ,:sir
: .1 releasee".-"bothtS. keen:414W 411-- --stbsichhaiao abe station, where he 0 ,-,,,, i I- ,-, 1,,,i, e understatement of the day. '--,, Howard D. Carr,
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' -' 's Santlaglit'Veraguaasas -!;'.-' sajd too lied. "falleettsoverboard e ense ficiaj Idler Gets Along with the other duffs, I wai ardsand general factotuna
i limetw ao ,, ,- , ill d sit 'Ti i The Agewood'is carryi I d d f ,,,....,:
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, ..,.,:,-2.-eought triNesaateetiatteia, the .sasLotersasonareett agreed rt-Ye14,1) -ald ,-,A,,-4 , 1 4 -,i4 4- 0. ithsto '' ,OVt9 coioil,Norkibrthets;is-a-totil ktlef thil'h 4 'd '''';'''-'44
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-'',' ..shad been releatsedSearliers Three 4,1 I t,u arty' whoa lie' tes.'s swres, l" .- '- -' .. .. s! .: s's" "aerial setuet, gun, --Th 0 et r ,, o within, threw .or Or, t e. s an o Flowerl'on h i 16... A 1... 1 A ' ''''''''.
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' include &Tema Maria Isope,aS.Ani- Int,AW bang het& S., gull, ff you' Want to ea i
II t that nave grown p , t..011 arys a,. an,.. ..o.' .'
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oun ea o ay un Lar uana an fires at the trate of 6,000 rounds a
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trait, t 1 ,ropriate enough There is no information available At I ti '' '''''''''' -;;-,
ow de, even the rowboats '',
' ,S Mre. EVertilda, 'Gonzalez, the , e, t s a sma
11 world from the postal authorities as t
wife of one'of .the Panamanians District A rney
tto also ordered
' ' ' ing to count, since the gun fires so to the le se h a cannot come right up t tif
twithstand- whether the letter service to the t 0 e W,ater
A US Army Caribbean sot- figures es spec no ga e. Passe
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' wridianded with the Cubans at the release of three other WASHINGTON, May 8 -(UPI) rs only
rapidly the human ear hes .,,, island has been, reduced to me th ngers have to trample
Playa Colorado- op Aprli 25. Santiago id t t of
res en s, wo naid A. Quarlei was found dead at dier was sentenced to five a single sound. The airborne gat- l a
f Car sages thrown into the sea in a
s- rough the interposed anutis,ot o
w Among those who have been whom appatren Y
ti had sym- his home today. The 62-year-old ears' confinement at hard la laor
or laor and dishonorable dis- ling gun is standard equipment on Capt. Thomas J. Marine, o if
bo' 'le N 1
rib Air Headquarters, escort o 1- ,,, orma commerc al con coni
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released are Norberto Zurita, pathized wl h b I b t
the re e s u
II administration official was belley- most present jet aircraft. as kind a 'siderations forbid mentioning the Panama Tourist Commi ion ''.
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t been ab e o jot ed to have died in his sleep... charge from the service- thie Equally impressive, and much cer for h
the trip, was
, here in Panama Cite,. and in b
ad ne f b in captured ., yeek for wrongfully having host as I bad in many a year. brand on the bottle. director Stanley Sh 1'
aw do le-Os-
' Santiago, the brothers Mario them be ore ic g more deadly,' Was the series of air- ave the English would Meantime, laboga bound tra- sa is the official in
and, Alvaro Piaszon, whose bro- Guard.
by th,e Nationa Quarles, a native of Van Buten, ''
Ark., was smentioned prominent- marijuana in his possession.
Found guilts, after trial by to-air and airSoground demonstra- All in all, as
say, "good show, amps.
, s yellers have to go to some trouble koopi charge AO'
ne water out of the, Ago.
ther, rolidoro, was one of the ti f ci 1 th A Force
ons o a ey ce e it --------- to avoid ettin
g g too much water wood, and its pass
dispatches from ly in recent weeks as a possible 11, general court-martial, he engirt
four rebels killed in clashes Other'
Pressd b n Forel I D f S t 'also will forfeit' all pay d' II th Sid der rocket nab-
ca s e emit with the Agewood. The commission has arranged '.
' .. with the National Guard dut- Havane quote Cu a gn successor o e ense ecreery
- IL- ing but a simile innocent looking Teenage Or to absorb the usual fares of row- s':
ing -the Cerro Tute rebellion. Office 'sources ci ivii
as saying that Neil H. -MeEiray 'who is expected 11
a owanees and be reduced to
Itti tube at first glance. But The excess dilution can come boat t
is tiros, so the fare to Taboga '
Panamanian Ruben ro, to resign in the near future. , the lowest enlisted grade- The
1 e h d 1 k it own
kidnaps Baby in trying to get from the Marina
landing to the Agewood's moor- i g I SI with no deductions ,s,
fb' In addition, the Santiago
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His death di sentence is 'subjectt to review.'
was scovered when ;The 23-year-old soldier w when latmc e i see 5 s
a. tareet with unerring accuracy, ac acing.
ing. acing. or a bit of adventure thrown in
. ''' ' -: ' organizers of the Panama in ina
a ina member of the household tried' picked u t tually followtng with dogged de- Of Benefactor .
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p a the main gate of Shaw said today It is hoped
1 a termination the heat scoarce of ,t
he
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, to wake, him. He was to have ap- Fort Kobbe on April 14 w t the regular Balboa launch ,sor
' Rowboats come to the ma ma
' Dallas:Group ants
, v ,vasion, had been "detained" in
the office of Cuban army com commander
mander commander Raul Castro and that
pear d hn I 1 t I i 1 ta eet plane ahead.
e an ear y morn ng e ey s x marijuana cigarettes hi r
biOn snow his posseselon t Since I am a man whose close DALL
AS Tex. (UPI) Bell' rine watergatt 'When the Ode i
, vic -.
can be resumed by loos
d h' n 'If it s next weak-in tima f th k
he would be deported possibly iation stopped gmithey, a 16-yearol o r p .a ig ,passengers can, step straight or e woo
connection with ay end sttor tho ono that startS.,to; .'
t-, Separate Schools tO the United States.
Before coming to Washington, ,,
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when 250 mph was a respectable dressed in dirty blue jeans, faced from the rowboat to the t
wa er, day.
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Sandoval said today he was as a government official, Quarles Cheeky Jailbird speed, I was not Quite prenared for federal ch f kidna
arges today ot P gate, or vice versa
f woman who
. For Married Pupils, going to spend the weekeind
' studying the, results of his n- had been a successful industrialist the experience when Maj. Claire ing the child o a
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learned ther
with, Western Elsctric and the-Bell Demands' 'Rights'l Chennault (son of the famed Flying wanted to reform her.
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'''s s' terrogations and would take Telepbone laboratories. Tiger Chennault) made a nasa be-
tt t k MI's:hell Johnson', 18- Psychmtrists-- Probe chance that the invasion craft Ma-
nite stops next Mons
fore the grandstand in an F-105 jet Be Y 00 yari will become a romanil '.
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,... srhe some defi He had been deputy secretary ENNIS, 'Tex. ,(1.1PI) Mayor --- monthsold son of Mrs. Paul John-
, Dallas Parent s Teachers Assn. days or Tuesdayz. since March, 1057. Lynn Gehrig, who owns a bag and fighter.
b WI son of Albuquerque, N.M., Mon- 1I
Minfl Of Boy
. r 13, pirate craft used to transport tour il :
Council, alarmed over tut increase Th He came to the defense depart- fibre company, wonders how f Less than 100 feet a eye o ists. That was Shaw's idea...''s ,.
him in a Dal- s
day. She abandoned h
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report of an armed a roun
a d and scarcely 209 Yards But planes flying over Playa Co- ''
t ifi teen-age 'marriages and preg- ment as assistant xecretary of he must go, with employe belie. h I las drug store Wednesday w en V,
' 1 e t B bia,Honda
landing a defense for research and develcip- fits. , from the spectators, t e o ono a lorada where the Mayari was
' nancies. &thong sc cool children,
01AS fa Wind- she ran out of funds and was ar Whr Slabbed Gilds
passed us at al soiled, ostimatod b e a c h e d saw beachcombers' 5
le voted yesterday tosask that sep- which led the c ment hi September, 1953. He was - rested about an houraater.
arate -schools be' set up' for mar- ing team to order an air-sea s '
appointeti secretary of the Air Some time', ago h'e found he was to be nearly 1100 mph. And the d h
.The baby was returne ome ., swarming Yet the craft, Report-
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' search of Panama s coas a decimal is not misplaced. Offi edly it was being dismantled so '';
tied students.' Force on Aug. 15,1955. losing merchandise regularly. Po- was demonstrato WednesdaY night. NEW ORLEANS (VPI) s-- Psy- fast there 'would be little. left ."
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The PTA acted after a survey wa
ters was attributed today lice arrested an employe who was chilly, the pass, , ,, ,
diselosed,a sharp increa,se in the to a' story made by a ,farmer oh mons known as, so s, s ehiatrists probed, the, mind of a worth salvaging for pleasure hoe. '
number of 'school mirriages and . t dr nk
who was s ono u Stolen Clothing convicted tend sentenced to a prig- ing nd 1 4.1 have no anger in my heart, 13-yes-veld honor student,' and Boy I
ok term. ,, nk boom," a the concuss on
id mrs Johnson a psychologist Scout toda t 1 t s understood that a mW '.
y ;. a earn ... why he contract for the, launch service :
turned -up one 12-year-0141,am:I tivo -: s' s s , es t
s a' g as a did almost blast us off our seats.- la
can eves at the State a e are
Grirl '' W If Home
13-year-old married students., s, neal
Capt. Hipolito Villa chief
IS -'vnliKellf Aro While hi ail', the man wrote But I'm still pot sure I
in Albuquerque. "She (Betty) i plunged a knife 48, times into a that has boon orovidsd for -'01 Ai
. .,-s little girl whO.rejected, his sexual ny years b 1
y the Panama eanal
The report als said -144 girls Of the National Guard detach- F 4.
'''''R bbe' Gehrig demanding
. wages (or
grasp the reality of that kind of
ti I ery she soetallY d
travel. At that speed, to a gen e tar v s a vances. .. comPanY is In proceis 'of boini '
s have beeit dropped ;from :school Ment at Santiago, ssaid the
or LOn, S 0 r time owed him'S Gehrig paid. 'lumen who needs a lot of help and love.
because of pregnancy.' , drunk
' en farmer, Jean'
anchez NOW Gehrig, tras received an- ou the idea you eau
give y , Id take
Betty declined to retttrn volun- drafted in Panama. The previous
Edward A. Betty, considered a contract was six years id and ''
Ilin vil vilOffielels
Offielels vilOffielels reported 480 marriages staggered around te g RICHMOND, Va. (UPI) W. B. other letter. The man said he has tarily 'to New Mexico to stand "nice guy" by classmates, admit- had been preceded b similar '.'''''
everal
,s-thiss,year, compared ,with 286 in lagers at Bahia Honda, s Dorsey 'doubts the thief who stole finished his' sentence'and has "re- Ih. trial. U.S. Comniissioner W. Mad- ted he stabbed to death sixth contr t d ti b k Y ''
' ''r 1957-som 41 per cents' The figure Iniles south of Santiago, that six shirts and a pair of trqusers paired the damage" by serving Tv ite Men Plead den Hill set her bond at $2,000 grader Cathy Fehler, 12,, and ser- yoantsc s a ne ac almost 30 .,!.
sr is about 2 per cent of the total he shad, seen' a large group of from his tar will be hold ehough his time,s 'A. r IL iaA at a preliminary hearing ..,,
en a iously wounded Cathy's compan- After the halting 'of th S I ': '.
e wa 4,--...s
high school emilment.' s armed men. landing on the to wear, them. "Now," he ,wrote, "wkat about No taulity Of Ral.m' federal kidnaping charge. ion, Judy Guillot, 11, low, representatives of Panama, s. .,,,.'
1 Suitt of Schools W. T. White beach. - Dorsey 'is' a policeman ano the my vacation' pay?" the United States Embassy and ''';'''-t--,
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made', it '; recommendations, but s Anotheivillager, identified as, Missing items liere from this tufo ' Of Negro Coed Mrs. Johnson got Betty out of Judy, stabbed in the neck and the Canal organization cohferred, ;
' said he ',teas. "rather surprised" Alfino Malice, not stopPing to form -s. ..
Salvador Dali the girls' home because she back Tuesday, probably escaped and a study of recommendati ns --. '.
nIsi at the inere,ase. ,' ', s ,f think whether it was just the
l'., TAL
LAHASSEE, Fla. May 8 thought the girl was worth re re,
, re, death because part Of the three- has, been under way.
White ,disclosd that Married effect of the cane liquor that e A
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-(11PI)---Foar young -ss'rhite men forming. inch blade of Herty's dagger-type It is understood that the US au-
students stilt, in, school have, 72 Sanchez had consumed, qukkly, margot Returns Plans'To Make ..
, , p ea e
1 d d not gailty today to rap- Docket-knife, broke off in Cathy's thorities have said t Panamanian .';',1'.'
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children. Is Ss :' relayed the, report to the Na Nae
e Nae mg a Negro coed who accused 'the Mam's Dav Cheer bd)' officials that there would have ;,.--:1-:
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,,' White, said the 12-year-old and thine Guard at Sone, causing To London Stage
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Icr: mpression of abducting her at knife and gun been no objection to the Nathan' ...
two 1,3-year4,1d :among nine mar- the Panama government to re- 'L s --, -' a a S' '"'". s ,,,S ' ,, point and aseaulting her at least ea" "It's a very hard case to under- Guard haying men check thetwal ;
, ried,students found in the elemen- quest a search of the' Pacific pi d
ext.mon ay LOND:ON 'OW'S- s- Surrealist four times. ' sing Sing Style,
stand. It didn't seem to bother low dockside on arrival at Balboa
tary schools ',. have 'been' dropped coast by 'the OAS.
' Salvador Dalt 'arrived in town Court-appointed attorneys en- r !,. '; him at all," police said. but that strong exception is taken s.,
is from school betause they are Sanchez is being held in
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jail .:Lo 0N,7)4 7 atm Brit- last night with a square box con. Ores! the professisin of innocence, E,
ay mbraces Wives A coroner'sS report said Cathy to thelaunch's dentention by force ''.i..,,
under the, ,tate 'legal marriage at Santiago under orders of ,the, os
aos's Prima ballerina, Dame Mar- taining scrapirons buts, bolts, cop- making it mandatory that jery :,' was sexually molested. within Canal Zone waters. .--..
ge eget ', ' -1 governor of V,eraguas. got Fonteyi returns to the London per ertgrsving plate' and an explo trials be held, The MaXIMUO pe- OSSDI1NG, N.Y JIM') Sing
Far :mote '' White students are , , ,
stage nestMonday for the firt time sive charge., -, ,,'' It nets! on conviction would be death Sing -Prison inmates have a new Herty, desetibed as a sensitive
married thantslegro students, the Pet 'Horse Show ''''
and brilliant" boy by teachers, 9
survey boozed. Only .58 Negro ar u os Bare
B 'VA' since her return from Panama. !, Dali, taid he'planned- to explode in the electric chair, privilege, for Mother's Day.
-'She will dance "Giselle", at the, works' and 'produce "such 'ell- '- A large courtroom crowd, includ- Warden Wilfred L. Denno an- was to be taken today from the - s s'
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high school students 'and six Ne cti ' s Covent Garden,, replacing Aline graving ati man hag toyer seen, 'Eng a Negro audience packed Into nounced today that prisoners maY Milne Boys Home. where he had
gro elementary students are re- ns By.' Orde
ni i ,-, Heaton Who hie ti strained ankle. before." .s. is -' 1 -$' a segregated third-floor gallery, send Mother's Day cards to their been held since his arrest shortly ss,
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On Tap Tonight -:'-'
ported turtles's' ', :::'"" 0 '. 'Ch' She was riot due to dance again a Deli, Is '14810 'Publicize a
.ew listened to the Preceedings wives if they' have children. In atter the crime. was discovered,
or 1 -', f-Police ief until JUne 2 after her return from book written about. him'by pour The trial'is set for 9 am. May prevlous yeare inmates could send to Charity Hospital. Tonight's the night,' 7 ,p.M '". o .:.
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s, Dr..,Enc-Williams
, .. a sobort, visit to, Wartime, Cowles. ., 's' ,-- ., 27, ,,,
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, o cards only to their mothers.
the hour.
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There,psychiatrists and psycho'. it's the night for the -...,
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-: , '' HAVANA (HPI)-Chin whiskers !'' k ,, ,
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T' 1 '''d l'' .. .' ' ";. '''' ' ,,,,.,,, .1 Th '. r',''',' ., ,'
, sideburns' and snoustaches were gists planned a series of exhaus- Pet and horee show tisto ,S, s..
t n RP Trim ad s
,. ,, . '.. only-Memories today for mem- ' ''''' ''. Chid '''
Panama:, i ren Scouts Ckoose NewIlame Soon For' Madden Lake Camp t.
nre examinations ordered by Ju- sponsored by the Canal' Zone ., ss.
, bers of the National Police' force, V1STZ. SI:" '' ''' '''' ". :' ' ' '''''' yenile Judge Leo B. Blessing. Society for the Prevention of .,,s. T'',
i (0 P 'et'
First rem ., .
i ,., With '' Police Chief Efigenio, Al, I 1 ,, I One 1 es ,,,',,:yi,,,..,',.;,,, f ''''', ; A i' ". ', '- ,' 1 ''-' A charge of delinquency by Cruelty to Animate. The scent k,...
' 1, .f....,, .,,. ., ...,, L.,', , meijeires himself wielding One :of 7, s s'. Sssr,,,,,S S': -, : s sissi- ',,,s, Whit Ssourbe I, th'e official pante et the spanking new, 010y Scent Amine on the shores a reason of murder Waa filed
will be the Balboa eitsdium.is ,':, S:.'"
PORT or SPAIN; may sarro the razors, barbers worked in s! Prom ''NCovembet thongh March' :altaddektitket ,,s,' l i,4 ,;-. ''''i. against the boy Wednesday. Nearly 100 pets and thelit ".,''.,,':- ''
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-doverngr SirsEdward Beetham shifts, yesterday, to give-police- Of tide Years'' 1569 children from 12 ,, s. The -canal Tone soy scout Council', which le deyeloping the 000-nare camp to replace its The quiet and, studious Cathy owner will be coMpeting laws' is ss
yesterday prolpngecl ,the ., Trint- men clean-shayen chins. s ,,, Schools in Panama,: together with camp at :El ',voicAla, hes lent out It call to the public for :help-in selectine a name. went berry picking in a wooded Prises in a variety of catea''s -Ss:. i,,S
dad' legielativesScotMcir ta, tient.' BeardsS, were ,, popularized. be 75 teacherestransitted tbe Culebra' ,.,.,Now 'known ito.'Maddio,. tho camp will be eficially dedicated hi early July by Lady Baden- area with her friend after classes fortes show ettielele laid. Bee ; .; '!'' i
tato' hatroduetion of the Cabinet Fidel Castro as, a symbol of Cut Of the canal. , ,,,Powell,Swidow itt- the, founder of,' ficouthlas ''''s -- s , -', ,' asi ' at St. Francis,. Cabrini Catholic sides tho eoMpetition, a horse s's.Ss
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system expected in about,. tour Cuba'S revolution 'but tht ',Police There were ,531 Children and 3e ,s !, I SThe official, 'name' must. be elected within ', two weeks' sO that equipment, sport shirts and school Tuesday. shoty will be presented' under s', ss'
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weeks.is s s ' -' chief apparently decided, the'reva eeachera who Visited the water pu- other materials bearing the name of the camo be 'ordered. ,, , ., the directorship of A. ilL Rud- ,Ss
Under ',the. nevi .constitution lution was oven,- s ' ss fication plant in the Zone. 'A tommitttee selected by Gen., George Schlatter, coun,011 president will screen the names 'Edward lured them deeper Info illheim. ''''' -'''' ,1' V '''-:. ''''
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following: talks in London last Oc- He ordered the mass ,sheating ,Arrangements for these visits submitted and 'recommend o Immo to the' council', director'. ,1 the briar -patch. It was there that ,, Entrants have 'been, advised ;,::.,' S
, a' tober, Dr,' Eric Williams Well be- early this week, rescinded it aft- were, made t. though the Unied ,s2The latest' bunch of submissions, in additien sto "Madden," ineludes such names as Camp ither children gambled mum 'to be at the stadium no lateir s.', ,'
come -Trinidad's first premier- s er some of the revolutionary stet- Stift' Information Service in co- Ale-gre, Reiampago .(thunder). Arco his (rainbow), and Latigo (whip). their bloody, mutilated bodlea than 6:30 this evenine. lick.' "',.; ::
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a ,, In 1956 Willia-ms became the ter- erans protested, and ',then rein- ooe-sijan with the Calug ,Zona au- 'Names that, ore not suawtitted through scout unit leaders ithould be Mailed direct to the The children ran home to their et will be laddlat th.ta',' gate ,it.'. y
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ritory'e,first chic: minister. mated th order -yesterdae. s thorities. ' . Bei Scout Counoll,'Drawer 11, Balboa. -.., parents, who summoned police. Starting at 1:30, ss .. ..s.s;s.a. s ,s, ,'-;.
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Cubans ',Tell District, ttorney

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Heade' d For Nicaragua',

:tinderquestioning by District Attorney Dario Sand.
Viet i:Jargi 'inirtiber of the 85' Cubqris ,who siorendere&at
Nombre de Dioa, last4riday indicated that they thought
they weiheided for Nicaragua when they left Cuba aboard
the liuhoh'Mayari.
This was 4lisclosed today by Sandoval, who completed
,the questioning of the invaderi yesterd4 afternoon. How How.,
., How., 'r th
4tve e district attorney refused to to into detiii on what
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haebeen ,rivealed during the -questioning.
,,
The number of persons being held in connection with
the 4bortive invasion is estimated at well over 100, includ4
' ing the 85 CUbans.' Nine are Panamanians who were along
with' the invaders and the others are politicians charged
with 'Implidation in the invasion plot.

Press dispatches from Ha Vana
report that efforts are being
made by the Cuban Ministry of
Foreign Relations 'through the
Organization Of American states
to have-Panama return the Cu Cuhan
han Cuhan expeditionaries to Cuba.
Negotidtions are said to be in
, the bands Of Cuban ,OAS Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador Raul' Roa and Ricardo
Diana Jauma, Cuban charge d:-
aftaires in Panallla,
.
- Yesterday,. National Guard
patrols the ,POrt0Dela area
achieved the' surrender of live
of a group of sbc CUban
vaders who tooK the jungle
rather than stirrender last Frl Frlday
day Frlday at Nombre de Dios,
' A goVerranent spokesman said
that in an effort td avoid blood blood'
' blood' shed, the patrol maneuvered the
flee men towards a mangrove
swamp, cutting off their retreat
and forcing -311eir.i. Surrender
irthout,firing shot',
Several persons arrested in
conneetiewithi the.i recent
" abertive-febeilicni,hsikhgen;
released,'Amthl. heri. 411,,,
Santiagt' Veraguat-I.
At the Same, time,,,estnclOval
thNeasittalation, of,, the
-tran-tgitanW, seteral otbossirwild
' :.hattbeen relthsedoearlier. These
, include Ostia Maria Lopez, Ani Anibal
bal Anibal Illtleca,, Orlando Mnna and
Nirs. Evertilda Gonzalez, the
wife et one' of the Panamanians
wild' landed ,with the Cubans at
Playa Colorado, op April 25.
Amnng those who have been
released are Norberto Zurita,
here in Panama City, and in
Santiago. the brothers Mario'
and, Alvaro PinZalls whose bro-1
, ther, Folidoro, was one of the
four rebels killed in clashes
with the National Guard dur during
ing during the Cerro Tute rebellion.
In addition, the Santiago

Dallas &skip Wants
Separate Schools
For Married Pupils
DALLAk- 'rex, (UPI) 'rhe
Dallas Parent Teachers Assn.
Council, alarmed over an increase
in teen-Age marriages and preg pregnancies
nancies pregnancies among school children,
voted yesterday to-ask that sep separate
arate separate ,schools be set up for mar married
ried married students.
The PTA acted after a sitrvey
disclosed, a sharp increase in the
number of school mirriages and
turned up one 12-year-old and: two
13-year-old married students.
The report also said -144 girls
have been dropped .from school
because of pregnancy.
officials reported 480 marriages
this -.year, compared with 286 in
1957up 41 per cent.' The figure
is about 2 per cent of the total
high school enrollment.
Supt of Schools W. T. White
made no ,recommendations, but
said be ,vias "rather surprised"
:r'jl At the increase. .0
'White disclosed that Married
students,' still in school have 72
children..
White said the 12-year-old and
two 13-year4ild among nine mar married,students
ried,students married,students found in the elemen elementary
tary elementary schools ',have 'been dropped
from school betkuse they are
under the State legal marriage
Age.
Far more White students are
manied than;tslegro students, the
survey showed. Only 58 Negro
high school students 'and six Ne Negro
gro Negro elementary students are re reported
ported reported married; :
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Dr.
To' le-Trinidad'S
First Premier.,
?Oil' Or 'SPAIN', 8(UP1)
Oevernor Sir-Edward Beetham
yesterda prolonged the
dad legislative.:,-council to tient.
tate' introduction of the Cabinet
system expected in about tour
weeks-
Under the nevi constitution
following, talks in London last Oc October,
tober, October, Dr. Erie Williams well be betome
tome betome Trinidad's first premier.
In 1958 Williams became the ter territory's
ritory's territory's first chic: minister.

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Prisoner Leaps
Into Channel
Off La Boca Ferry
A Panamanian flatting arrest
leaped from the La Boca Ferry
arty this morning as it was
crossing to Balboa on the east
bank of the Panama Canal. He
was rescued by Balboa polka
and later voluntarily surrendered
himself to Panamanian author!.
ties.
, The fugitive, Salvador Contre Contreras,
ras, Contreras, former Panamanian consul
at Aruba, was arrested recently
at David for alleged revolution revolutionary
ary revolutionary .activities.
Contreras was biting brought
to Panamot City in the David Se Secret
cret Secret ,Pnlice thief's car, While
, crossing-the ferry he left the tar
and leagilid from the side, rail.
-Italboar 'Wire Yoscued him and
lopk him4o ths station, where he
said tui bad lallant"ovarboard
Offer suffering a dizzy spelL'''-
,,.:04,story4ttertotertit
, untarr anhindertim4elf lit.
' Nationat Guard, toy whod it
,now taring hold. ,'
District Attorney also ordered
the release el three other
Santiago residents, two of
whom apparently had sym sympathized
pathized sympathized with the rebels but
had not been able to join
, them before being captured
by the National' Guard.
Other press dispatches from
Havana quoted Cuban Foreign
Office-' sources as saying that
Panamanian Ruben a Miro,
who claimed to be one of the
organizers of the Panama in invasion,
vasion, invasion, had been "detained" in
4the office of Cuban army com commander
mander commander Raul Castro and that
he would be deported possibly
tO the United States.
Sandoval said today he was
going to spend the weekend
studying the results of his in inpterrogations
pterrogations inpterrogations and would take
some definite stops next Mon-i
days or Tuesdayz
The report of an armed
landing at Bahia ,Honda
which led the OAS fact-finding
team to order an air-sea
search of Panama's coastal
waters was attributed today
to a story made by a larmer
who was stone drunk.
' Capt. Hipolito Villarreal, Chief
of the National Guard detach detachment
ment detachment at Santiago, said the
drunken farmer, Alan Sanchez,
staggered arotmd telling vil villagers
lagers villagers at Bahia Honda, several
miles south of Santiago, that
he had, seen a large group, of
armed men landing on the
beach.
Anotheivillager, identified as
Alfino Mo,lica, not stopping to
think whether it was just the
1 effect of the cane liquor that
Sanchez had constunecit qukkly
relayed the report to the Na National
tional National Guard at Soria, causing
the Panama government to re request
quest request a search of the Pacific
coast by the OAS.
Sanchez is being held in jail
at Santiago under Orders of the.
1 governor of Veraguas.
1
Borbndos Bare
,
Chins By Order
Of Police Chief
HAVANA (UPI)Chin whiskers
sideburns and moustaches were
only memories today for mem members
bers members of the National Police force.
With 'Police Chief Efigenio, Al,
meijeires himself wielding Me of
the razors, barbers worked in
1 shifts yesterday to give police police'men
'men police'men cleta-shaven chins. ,
Beard were popularized by
Fidel Castro ac, a sYmbol of
Cuba'S revolution but tht police
chief apparently decided the'revo
lution was over.'
He ordered the mass shealing
early this week, rescinad it aft after
er after some of the revolutionary vet veterans
erans veterans protested, and then rein reinstated
stated reinstated th order yesterday.

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GRAY vs TARP--it'S 'a whopper men,' and what. ie tight. 'Sgt.,
James S, Gray, U.S. Army Jungle Warfare Training Center, Fort
Sherman, iproudlyposes with this seven-foot, 92-pound tarpon
which he landed afterk an hour-long tussle while fishing from
a mechanized landing craft,at the mouth of the Chagres river
below Fort San Lorenzo, Gray was using a star drat rieer,with
30-pound test lin!, 11,r04, sin(gulse Ahrmandyedihoiol

Pelense
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Donald 40111 1
r os
round D
ead Today
WASHINGTON, Miy --(UPI)
nald A. Quarlei was found dead at
his home today. The 62-year-old
administration official was believ believed
ed believed to have died in his sleep..
Quarles, a native of Van Buren,
Ark., was -mentioned prominent prominently
ly prominently in recent weeks as a possible
successor to Defense Secretary
Neil H. Ale Elroy who is expected
to resign in the near future.
His death was discovered when
a member of the household tried
to wake him. Re was to have ap appeared
peared appeared imo an early morning televi television
sion television show.
Before coming to Washington,
as a government official, Quarles
had been a successful industrialist
with Western Metric and the Bell
Telephone laboratories.
He had been deputy secretary
since March, 1057.
He came to the defense depart department
ment department as assistant secretary of
defense for research and develop development
ment development in September, 1953. He was
appointed secretary of the Air
Force on Aug. 15, 1955.
Stolen Clothing
Is Unlikely Garb
,
For Con s Robber
RICHMOND, Va. (UPI--W. B.
Dorsey doubts the thief who stole
six shirts and a pair of trqusers
from his ear will be bold ehough
to wear them.
Dorsey is a policeman ano the
inissing items ere from this uni
form.
Margot Returns
To London Stage
Seit Manday
A A
, LONDON,' May 7 (UPI) Brit Britain's
ain's Britain's Prima ballerina, Dame Mar Margot
got Margot Fonteyi returns to the London
stage next Monday for the firt time
since her return from Panama.
She will dance "GiseBe" at
Covent Garden, replacing Anne
Heaton who his at strained ankle.
She was tot due to dance agalli
until June 2 after her return from
a short visit to Wane
Ponomcr Children
Visit,Zone ,Sites
, From ovember thoug March
bf this year;' 1562 children from 12
schools in Panama,: together widi
75 leachers,transitted the Culebra'
put of the canal.
There' were ,531 children and MI
teachera who visited the water pu
fication plant In the Zone.
Arrangements for these visits
were, made t though the Unied
Stift.' Information Service in co coo'le'11
o'le'11 coo'le'11 with the Clulal,Zon.e authorities.

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PA;ZAPILit,' R.' P.,.FRID.ATT,WAY 6, 1959

5
CZ Soldier, Geis
' hAttoo
,
On' Mariluani Rap
A US Army Caribbean sol soldier
dier soldier was sentenced to five
years' confinement at hard la labor
bor labor and dishonorable ills illscharge
charge illscharge from the service this
yeek for wrongfully having
marijuana in his possession.
Found guilty after trial by
AL general court-martial, he
also will forfeit all pay and
allowances and be reduced to
the lowest enlisted grade. The
sentence te subjectt to review.
The 23-year-old soldiet was
picked up at the main trate of
Fort Kobbe on April 14 with
six marijuana cigarettes
his possession. (
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Cheeky Jailbird
Demands 'Rights'l
ENNIS, Tex. (UPI) Mayor
Lynn ,Gehrig, who owns a bag and
fibre company, wonders how far
he must go with employe hene
fits.
Some time,ago h'e found he was
losing merchandise regularly. Po Police
lice Police arrested an employe who was
convicted and sentenced to a pris prison
on prison term.
While ht jailo, the man wrote
Gehrig demanding wages for
"time owed him': Gehrig paid.
NOW G,ehrig hi received an another
other another letter. The Than said he has
finished his' sentence and has "re "repaired
paired "repaired the damage', by serving
his time. ''-
"l'Iow," 'he wrote, "wkat about
my vacation:pay?"
So 'Nader Deli
PlartS'To Make
A tics', Impression
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LONDOM (UPI), Surrealist
Salvador Dali 'arrived in town
last night with a square box con containing
taining containing scrap tron,, buts, bolts, cop copper
per copper engraving plate' and an explo explosive
sive explosive charge.- ,
,, Dalt said he'planned to explode
the works, and 'produce "such 'en 'engravings
gravings 'engravings as man has never seen,
before." l' 1$
Dili, is 'bite 'to publicize a new
book written about' bim' Fleur
Cowles.

Scouts Mose New Mame Soon For' Madden Lake Camp

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, a tv e o ca nano of the spanking new Boy Scout Alamo on the shores of
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!the ,Canal Zone Boy Scout Ceuncil. which le developing the Sed-ticre camp to replace its
camp, at ,Volcan, bas sent out it cell tethe public for help in selecting a name.
,oNow known as 'Madden. tho camp will be eficially dedicated ht early July by LadY Baden Baden,Pewell,A
,Pewell,A Baden,Pewell,A widow; it the founder of Scouting. ,
1The official name must be .aelected within two vieeks' so that equipment, sport shirts and
other materials bearing the name of the camp be ordered. ,
A committtee selected by Gen. George Schlatter. council president will ecreen the names
submitted and 'recommend a name to the' councire directors.
latest bunch of submissions. in additien ,Ao "Madden, includes such names as Camp
Alegre. Relampago (thunder). Arco Iris (rainbo iv), and Latigo (whip).
Names that ore not suawkitted through, leant Ina leaden they'd be mailtkd direct to the
Boy Scout Council, DraWer D, Balboa,.

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Deadly Prowess Of Firepower
Convinces AF Guest Reporter

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? By JAY LERNER
.',,..The Aerial Firepower Demon Demonstration
stration Demonstration held at Eglin AFB, Fla.,
a few days ago and at which I was
an Air Force guest was, in the
language of the hipsters, gone,
man, gone. If you're thinking of
going over to the enemy in the next
war. take it from medon't.
-For the uninitiated, the semi-annual
show, staged for military, ci civilian
vilian civilian and foreign observere by the
Air Research and Development
Command at the Eglig proving
ground, is intended to demonstrate
the Air Force's' arsenal of tactical
and defense weapon systems. And
take it from this observer, it does,
in spades.
Excepting only the stEl-secret
B-50 supersonic bomber. all of the
currently operational U.S. jet air-1
craft did their bit, from rapid-fire
air to ground strafing to high alti altitude
tude altitude -"toss bombing." The latter is
an ingenious system by which jet
Plane literallY tosses an atomic
bomb into a high arching curve,
allowincthe pilot' to filo the plane
over on its back and, be Many
miles away by the time the bomb
reaches, detonation point.
Needless to say, no nuclear
warheads woke used durino the
demonstrations. As the' nerrator
pointed outlo the audience of
more than; 6,000, the demonstra,
tion woe slightly confined
for nuclear explosions. Easily the
understatement of the day. '---,,
Along with the other duffs, I was
fascinated4with a ground firing
derisbastratIon'orithAt Balt deltic
thi 'Air loote 'Modestly calISS tke,
arlal 'galling, gun.11-Thlo, deadly
glut, ff yOu want to call it that,
fires at the rate of 6,000 rounds a
minute. But nobody bothered try trying
ing trying to count, since the gun fires so
rapidly the human ear hears only
a single sound. The airborne gat gatling
ling gatling gun is standard equipment on
most present jet aircraft.
Equally impressive, and much
more deadly, Was the series of airto-air
and airto-ground demonstra demonstrations
tions demonstrations of a device the Air Force
calls the Sidewinder rocket. Noth Nothing
ing Nothing but a simnle. innocent looking 1
little tube, at first glance. But
when launched it seeks its own,1
target with unerring accuracy, ac actually
tually actually following with dogged de determination
termination determination the heat source of ,the
target plane ahead.
Since I am a man whose close
connection with aviation stonped
when 250 mph was a respectable
speed, I was not Quite prenared for
the experience when Maj. Claire
ChCnnault (son of the famed Flying
Tiger Chennault) made a nags be-'
fore the grandstand in an F-105 jet
fighter.
Less than 100 feet above the
pround and scarcely 200 yards
from the spectators, the plane
passed us at 'a speed estimated
to be nearly 1100 mph. And the
decimal is not misplaced, Offi
cially, the pass, was domonstralfr
ino a phortomene known as use usenk
nk usenk boom," and the concussion
did almost blast us off our sees.,
But I'm still not sure I can even
grasp the reality of that kind of
human travel. At that speed, to
give you the idea, you could take
White Men Plead
Not Guilty Of Rape
Of Negro Coed

Ot Negro Loesi Mrs. Johnson got Betty out of
the girls' home because she
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. May 8 thought the girl was worth re-(1.1PI)FoUr
young vi'rhite men forming.
pleaded not guilty today to rap raping
ing raping a Negro coed who accused the k Dcw Cheer
of abducting her at knife and gun iVi 1
int and assaulting her at least a
rur times. Sitig Style,
Court-appointed attorneys en entered
tered entered the profession of innocence, Em' braces Wives
making it mandatory that jury
trials be held, The maxima Pe- OSSINING, N.Y Sing
natty on conviction would be death Sing Prison inmates have a new
in the electric chilli privilege for Mother's Day.
- A large courtroom crowd, includ- Warden Wilfred L. Denno en ening
ing ening a Negro audience packed into nounced today that prisoners may
a segregated third-floor gallery, send Mother's Day cards to their
listened to the proceedings. wives if they have children. In
The trial is set for am. May previous years inmates could send
27. cards only to their mothers.

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Abraham' Lincoln

:ER ann
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off at Albrook Field and be in Mi Miami
ami Miami in considerably less than one
hour. Scheduled airline time be between
tween between Panama and Miami is a about
bout about four hours.
Shortly before this spectacular
supersonic pass I overheard a con conversation
versation conversation between two civilian
duffs a few rows behind our group.
"We'll nivel. ba able to sae him
pass the stands," said tho first
dejectedly.
"I've got Hi," said the second
duff, "you watch him coming, I'll
watch him going!"
And that just about sums up the
sunersonic age.
I made the trip along withn' a
group of staff officers andla dele delegation
gation delegation from the Peruvian.Air Min Ministry,
istry, Ministry, in Caribbean Air Ommand Ommander
er Ommander Maj. Gen. Truman It'Landon's
twin-engined Convair. NG jet this,
but in my book, no trimMer trans transport
port transport has ever been built
Maj. Carl O. Reughgarden, pilot,
and Capt. Edward L. Pierson, co copilot.
pilot. copilot. very patiently put up with
my hours of questioning in the
cockpit, particularly over the mys mysteriqs
teriqs mysteriqs (to me) of Instrument Land Landing
ing Landing Approach and synchronized
gyro-pilot operation.
The remainder of the crew con consisted
sisted consisted of S-Sgt. Edward M. Bozzi,
flight engineer, his assistant, S SSgt.
Sgt. SSgt. Louis T. Mendes, and T-Sgt.
Howard D. Carr, acting as stew steward.and
ard.and steward.and general factotum of the
aniettles.
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"i6". neVii MOV, fOitiirdbrkt
have grown Op within three or
four blocks of,each other in De Detroit,
troit, Detroit, Mich. Appropriate enough
to the let age, it's a small world,
figures of speech notwithstand
ing.
Capt. Thomas J. Marine, of Ca Carib
rib Carib Air Headquarters, escort offi officer
cer officer for the trip, was as kind a
host as I have had in many a year.
All in all, as the English would
say, "good show, chaps."
Teenage Girl
Kidnaps Baby
Of Benefactor
DALLAS, Tex. (UPI) Betty
gmithey, a 16-year-old orphan
dressed in dirty blue jeans, faced
federal charges today for kidnap kidnaping
ing kidnaping the child of a woman who
wanted to reform her.
'Betty took MVP.hell Johnson, 18-
months-old son of Mrs. Paul John Johnson
son Johnson of Albuquerque, N.M., Mon Monday.
day. Monday. She abandoned him in a Dal Dallas
las Dallas drug store Wednesday when
she ran out of funds, and was ar arreged
reged arreged about an hour-later.
The baby was returned home
Wednesday night.
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-"I have no anger in my heart,"
said Mrs. Johnson, a psychologist
at the State Girls' Welfare Home
in Albuquerque. "She (Betty) is
a gentle girl, very shy sociallY,
who needs a lot of help and love.
Betty declined to retttrn volun voluntarily
tarily voluntarily 'to New Mexico to stand
trial. U.S. Comthissioner W. Mad Madden
den Madden Hill set her bond at $2,000
at a preliminary hearing on a
federal kidnaping charge.
OSSINING, N.Y Sing
Sing -Prison inmates have a new
privilege for Mother's Day.
Warden Wilfred L. Denno an announced
nounced announced today that prisoners may
send Mother's Day cards to their
wives if they' have children. In
previous years inmates could send
cards only to their mothers.

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Taboga is a, tourist isle without tourists, unless they it,
like Agewood
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Agewcicf''bas replaced Swallow. Launches both;z4;',
The Panama Canal Co. jerked the Swallow ofrthei,
Balboa-Taboga rum-after a National Guard launch hilt;
ed it at gunpoint within Canal Zone waters just overtyi
weeks ago. The Coital has said it will not resume theierv
ice till it gets asstirance from Panammtian authorities
that there will,be no repetition of the event. ,1
The continued 'suspension of the Balboa-Tabogaler
,
ry service indicates no such assurance has yetbeen, r,e r,eceived.
ceived. r,eceived. The National Guard launch whichintersepte the
Swallow was looking for fugitive revolutionariet who were.,,
stispected to be trying to make their way from Tabogajo';
the sanctuary of the Canal Zone. There were 20 passeng-
ers on the-Swall but n fugitives. -41 .", ":-
Meanwhile' the Panama Tourist Commission, as ati
emergency stoPgap, operating the go-od ship Agewood
to Taboga on a twice-daily basis from a mooring off 019'1:-
Marina Building, clse by the PrisideRcia. ',. 7.1 ,
The Agewood'is carrying islanderi,ta an'd from, theirr,,.
hag, and rrfeibufthere;is-a,total latkiit thielitindred t i:':
of'WkkbfbriiiaiVtlikivh, irisetti hiartio'nilla lino
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far' the 'Island of Flowers 'on their days off and holidat '
There is no information available At low tide,' Vat the toesbOaie
from the postal authorities as to cannot come right up to this water
whether the letter service to the gate. paaRen, ,,.,., ,...
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There is no information available
from the postal authorities as to
whether the letter sirvice
island has been, reduced to mes messages
sages messages thrown into the sea in a
bot.le. Normal commercial con considerations
siderations considerations forbid mentioning the
brand on the bottle.
Meantime, Taboga bound tra travellers
vellers travellers have to go to some trouble
to avoid getting too much water
with the Agewood.
The excess dilution can come
hi trying to get from the Marina
landing to the Agewood's moor moorihg.
ihg. moorihg. Rowboats come to the old Ma Marina
rina Marina watergate. 'When the tide is
,passengers can' step straight
from the rowboat to the water
gate, or vice versa.
Psych Wrists Probe
Of Boy, 13,
itabhed Girls
NEW ORLEANS (UPI) Psy Psychiatrists
chiatrists Psychiatrists probed the, mind of a
13-yeLr-eid honor student, and Boy
Scout today to learn why he
plunged a knife 48 times into a
little girl who rejected his sexual
advances.
Edward A Herty, considered a
"nice guy" by classmates, admit admitted
ted admitted he stabbed to death sixth
grader Cathy Fehler, 12, and ser seriously
iously seriously wounded Cathy's compan companion,
ion, companion, Judy Guillot,
Judy, stabbed in the neck and
back Tuesday, probably escaped
death because payt Of the three threeinch
inch threeinch blade of Herty's dagger-type
pocket-knife, broke off in Cathy's
body.
"It's a very hard case to under understand.
stand. understand. It didn't seem to bother
him at all," police said.
A coroner's.' report said Cathy
was sexually molested.
Herty, desribed as a "sensitive
and brilliant" boy by teachers,
was to be taken today from the
Milne Boys Home, where he had
been held since his arrest shortly
atter the crime was discovered,
to Charity Hospital.
There psychiatrists and psychol psychologists
ogists psychologists planned a series of exhaus exhaustive
tive exhaustive examinations ordered by Ju Juvenile
venile Juvenile Judge Leo B. Blessing.
A charge of delinquency by
reason of murdet was filed
against the boy Wednesday.
The quiet and, stbdious Cathy
went berry picking lin a wooded
area with her friend after classes
at St. Francis?. Cabrini Catholic
school Tuesday.
Edward lured them deeper into
the briar patch. It was there that
ither children stombled noon
their bloody, mutilated bodieg
The children ran home to their
parents, who summoned police.

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Agewoc)
cannot come right up to tee Water
gate. Passengers have to tramp,
through the interposed znud,,,ot o over
ver over some convenient rocks.
Panama Tourist Commission'
director Stanley Shaw do la OSe
ga la the official in charge sf"
kooping water out of the- Ago.'
wood, and its passongars.
The commisaion has arranged
to absorb the usual fares of row.
boat taxis, so the fare to Taboga
is still $1 with no deductions
for a bit of adventure thrown in.-
Shaw said today it is hopod
tho regular Balboa launch saw.
vico can resumed by late
next wtokin timo for the week..
end after tho ono that starts.fo starts.foday.
day. starts.foday. From other sources, is wag
learned there may be small
chance that the invasion craft Ma.
yari will become a romantic ex.
pirate craft used to transport tour
ists. That was Shaw's idea.
But planes flying over Playa Co-
lorada where the Mayari was
beached saw beachcoMbers'
swarming oVer the craft, Report Reportedly
edly Reportedly it was. being dismantled so
fast there would be littAle left
worth salvaging for pleasure ,use.
, It is undorstood that th,mW
contract for tho,launch servicS
that has boon providal for-ma.
ny years by,tho Plnanie Canal
Company is in procais being
drafted in Panama. The previous
contract was six roars old and
had boon preceded by similar
contracts dating back almost 30
yoars.
terrepthreesenhtaalttiinv egs oof thpeanSawmaill-,
the United States Embassy and
the Canal organization cohferred.
and a study of recommendaligns
has been under way.
It is understood that tbe US au authoritles
thoritles authoritles have said to Panamanian
officials that there would have ,,
been no objection to the NatiOnal
Guard having men check the ,Swal
low dockside on arrival at Balboa.
but that strong exception is taken
to thelaunch's dentention by fore,
within Canal Zone waters.
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Pet,'Horse Show
On Tap Tonight, :
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Tonight's the night. 7 thm,
the hour.
trs
it's the night for the rs
pet and horse show teibe
sponsored by the Canal Zone
Society for the Prevention of r:
Cruelty to Animals. The scent,
will be the nalboa Stadium.", ,-
Nearly 100 pets and Visit '7.
owners will be competing law
prices in a variety of cate4
fortes. show officials laid. Be.,
sides the competition, a bone
shotv will be presented under ,z1
the directorship of A. )1C.Rud )1C.Rudisheim.
isheim. )1C.Rudisheim. -;
Entrants have been advised
'to be at the stadium no late,'
than S:30 this evening. ,Tick''
ets will be sold gg tg,tgArgts
Marling at 1:30.
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9 STEVEDORES
. gr:
.,: -- The stevedores of the Receiving and Forviirding Agency of the
l old Panama Railroad Co. were the worst-trelted employes in the out-.:
ftt from the invention of the company. By paying them inconceivably
e! Inw wages, company was able to compete with the steamship lines.
,, ,,,,,Sbe railroad wert in for stevedoring on a large scale, getting busi busi41,
41, busi41, teas from Far East shipping lines in particular These lines paid lit lit;
; lit; tle for the nandling, checking and documenting of their freight at Bal Bal02.
02. Bal02. 'lint and Cristobal.
" In 1950 came the "Fair Employment Practice Act"-75 cents
a
si,...,tit hourand a dispute as to whether the act applied to American
1, ileamship' lines with offices on the Zone. The United Fruit Compa Compa;
; Compa; sy and the Grace Line handed their stevedoring work over to the
0, 'now-paying Panama Raikoad Co., rather than pay their own steve steve;
; steve; Pres 75 cents an hour.
t ''''' Then came Public Law 841, bringing that device for the reduction
; Ills'f manpower knowr as the Panama Canal Co. Now we find the Pan Pani,
i, Pani, ...Vol Canal the sole survivor in the stevedoring field. This brings
i, kitbout a situation which I believe to be contrary to the laws covering
li,,apilis relationship between a consignee, a consigner, and the carriers.
li k ir The bills of lading issued by the various carriers state that the
isrriers are responsible (with the usual small-type exceptions) for
gt soothe delivery and condition of tbe cargo they handle, together with
t 'bill information on it. However, when a consignee seeks information
st
ti ,bere from the shipping line, he is referred to the Terminals DiViSion.
Tilt is lamentable from the consignee cannot get information on his
l Inerchandise from the carrier-who has been paid to handle it. Some
it 'slimes he has to wait almost 30 to 40 days, only to be told that a car car:
: car: 'to was shortlanded.
a gis,41 AU this because the shipping companies were not prepared to
it tpay their stevedores an increase averaging abort $4 each monthly.
S Today we find emoloyes of the Terminals Division who through
i attwo wirs loyally handled, ships and carioes bound to and from all
g 'parts of the world are being treated most ungratefully. They have
!t ,seolaced the shipping lines' stevedores and carried out their duties
il Fleithout damage to shins or eargo, without fires or explosions at sea
1 fir in port: without neglieently or maliciously tsmnering with cargo,
4' 17trithout roisonine any of the food or damaging the clothes or anY
other consumer item for the peoule in this Inv where almost every
1 eitittOnstimer item comes in across the docks.
'7. Now these,,worl(ers are deprived of the benefits of US Acts of
a Goneress and of Civil Service Retirement befause "they did not
''''itro
N, ,, 1.1, enough hour! in the Years 1n56 and 1957."
: 4 Some 778 stevedores, alone with their families. Rre bordering on
.l.''. -enharitylodsy beconse a set of diehard officials fabricated Executive
t'', Orders 9154 and 1094.
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,ik 'a...4 The stevedores. long a mainstay of the Canal enterprise. must
i Itork in this adverse tropical climate without the "pilot lipsticks,
41, ,,,)txpose to skin cancer," sometimes up to 20 hours in a 24 hour pe peiISM,
iISM, peiISM, itl'confined areas or "round open .hatches.-with no anecial nro nroteition
teition nroteition against beat or cold, rain or shine. They bring In the fond
,144eat;the Alothes we wear, the steel and other material for eur
tenses. and Oversi other item imaginable.'
t' It., vet the Panama Canal Co. deprives thes?. men of retirement
, benefits, tick leave. recreetion leave. overtime pay, and many other
1 benefits they are normally entitled to.
1 4- Even though it is understood the. Canal will charge the steam
shin lines more for stevedorin services sfler June 1. there is no
,: ,-Siason to believe any of this extra payment will be passed on to the
'stevedores in wages or benefite
A.,,,m And what about the renerilliv.iiederstrod nrovision that US Gov Govti
ti Govti foment emolovel who nay Mil Servieo VeiieenVent gholihl receive
t ....0ase av e not less than 90 oercent of the prevailing rate for the
:', -lime job in Stateside private industry?
NonChameleon

UNIFORM VIEWPOINT
Sir:
Begarding "Sailor's Scrubwoman's" letter (Mail Box. May 5)
T feel so sorry for her that my heart beleds. Her husband enuift be
one of the fortunate ones and he on duty with the 6th or 7th Fleet
and get home once a year. I'm sure that quite a number of real
t,"-',thlavy men wouot anoreelate a tour of duty la :hill areasand be able
to go home ot the family ever, day. including lunch.
If this roor woman can onlv find one insnection uniform for her
husband then I suevest gho nuit smoking allrl hittin. the bottle un unto
to unto til his seabag is ito to full renuirements. If not. let him inin the
., ranks of the happy civilians and change clothes as he or his wife
desires.
"If Scrubwoman's" husband had half the tuts of Cant, Hines.
that letter would never have been publisbeds I'm sure that until
!I that Door gob tgrk wife to replace ship's laundry, he had all kinds
of inspection uniforms.
It has been, and will continue to be. the policy of the Navy to
have insnections and to render change of command honors. The
steara of serviee rendered and devotion to duty bv Naval officers al al'
' al' ires, them that much and it is necessary In keen the trnons from
tt falling into a rut. Shinhoard sailors stand insnection tkefnct going
ikabore and do look sharp without the benefit of "Saijor's Scrub Scrubs'
s' Scrubs' imam"
,,.,41 am surcthat Capt. N. W. Hines is well, wart of What-makes
1115 1 sailor's seabat and that there Is nn scrubwoman- in it. If a sea sea:
: sea: hat inspection was held,..1 am sure that a "Sailor'a Scrubwoman"

would holler the loudest because she would have to' vive un cigar cigarettes,
ettes, cigarettes, whiskey and maybe even her maid to bring her busband's
uniforms up to the rewired amount. A suit of whites does not cost
too much. and if her husband has only one set I suggest she check
her slimming listshe is eatine away too much money.
, A word to the wise is sufficient.
Navy Man

,
11 "Sailor's Scrubwoman" (Mail Box, May 5) doesn't like the
duties that go with beim, a housewife then why didn't OP stay sin sing10.
g10. sing10. Sho must be a bride, or else her huabRnd is strictly R shore
dptir sailor. I wonder how loud she would yell if her noor sAilor wan
in'the &B.F. (Be Back Friday) Fleet. Her tub would overflow with
teornmore IsundrY every weekend than anYthinft else.
Having been R Navy wife for over 10 yenrs admit we like to
gripe, but beneath all the griping we love the Navy, and all that
goes with it even to scrubbing long and hard. Makes me feel good
to Igoe my sailor looking so neat and clean.
"Scrubwoman" ahould thank her lucky stars her husband is a aabbie,
abbie, aabbie, because on a ship inspections roll around every Saturday in instead
stead instead of once a month. Then nhe would have to give up her Koffee
Klatches.just to get her laundrv done. Heaven forbid.
R4' A Scrubbins Sailor's Scrubwoman

s, t: t ARMY DOCTORS
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, t Does the Army medical profession consider itself so simnlified
i that doctors can have their medical cornsmen diagnose and ere
scribe medications such as pills anti antibiotitn to those reporting
; for treatment on weekends? Or is this an illegal practice that has
t been hapnening once more in one of our Army Dispensaries? This,
- ;, incidentally, is a repeat o nthe occurrences of a couple of years ago.
,, 4 On nne occasion a mother took her boy for treatment. The med med'
' med' 0 Ice tornsman checked the patient with a stethoscope, prescribed
, 1: pffis and antibiotics which this Intelligent medic called "antiboo "antibook
k "antibook ri tilg, and attempted to send them on their way.
4' .116"
,, .4, 1The mother. being a R. Isl,, objected strongly and only the hastY
1 eoerriyal of the Medical Officer of the Day from home kept the Mei Mei:
: Mei: odent from gaining unfavorable publicity,
,. t vig2i7 It is not as if the doctors were working night and day. In filet,
:', p, If those "overworked" doctors did as little work in civilian practice
1.! f as they do in the Army they would starve to &alit on the outside.
I
' NoW, with repetitions of this same thtng, I think it high time
, someone should,put an end once and for all to these malpractices.
i To.the Army readers of She Mail Box I'd like to ask a question: Has
7 this happened to you yet and are we going to continue to let this
': t happen until a fatal mistake is made?
le 1 ,
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By VICTOR RIRSEL
NEW YORK Bata les often
stalt long belore tne "aghtingt!
replaces the wiling. las big
moustry touay are at such a point.
Steel Union and the great steel
They are heading towaros possible
industrial warfare a national
godations began this week -at the
strike. The first steel wage ne negotiations
gotiations negotiations began this week at the
Hotel Boosevel. here.
For the industry's point of view,
1 put these questions to Avery C.
Aaams, chairman of Jones and
Laughlin Steel Corp., who is au authorized
thorized authorized to speak tor the 12 ma major
jor major steel corporations as well as
his own company. Here are 'his
answers. A set of queslons on
labor's attitude are now before
David McDonald, president of the
United Steelworkers of America.
Q: Will there be a steel- strike?
If so, are the steel companies pre prepared
pared prepared to hold out for a pro'racted
period? '--
A: The one to answer the first
part of that question is David Mc McDonald,
Donald, McDonald, because unions, not com companies,
panies, companies, call strikes. Steel compa companies
nies companies certainly do not want to see
a strike, because their job la
to produce steel, not have their
plants idle.
The answer to the secondpart
of the question is "yes."
Q: In view of the con'entioe by
steel leaders that steel priees are
not an important factor in the cost
of manufactured products. why do
you think a steel wage boost would
be inflationary
A: It's quite the that the vitae
of the steel in most articles is a
family small part of the delivered
price of the article. Consequently
an increase In steel prices wo.I.1
add comparatively little to the
price of most things.
But employment costs direct
or indirect account for 75 per percent
cent percent or mire of the cos' of plY
manufactured product. Also,
seems quite clear that steel wage
increases precede, as ,well 13 f01-
low, wage increases in other in
dustries could be expected to go
up too. this wauld bring higher
prices all along the line, and more
inlfation for everybody.
Q: If there is a wage increase
In steel, will there be a price in increase?
crease? increase? A: It is the position of my com company
pany company that there should be no in increase
crease increase in either wages ct; steel
prices.
Q: What is your answer to the
union claims that the companies
can absorli wage increases without
a price increase, in view of cur current
rent current operating levels?
A: Ever since 1946 the unions
have been saying that. Actually,
if the steel companies had conti continued
nued continued to charge 1946 prices and
had absorbed the increased 6sts
since then, and if their expendi expenditures
tures expenditures for goods sod services hsd
been as they actually were. the
companies would have rolled up a
loss of $35 billion. This would have
brought us to bankruptcy years
ago, and we would have had to
go out of business.
One cent doesn't seem like a
lot of money. but a wage increase
of only one cent per hour retire retiresen's
sen's retiresen's an increase in cos's of 830,-
000,000 a year. As I jitst said,
you can't take cost increases out
of profits without ultimately going
bankrupt.
Q: in negotiations between the
big s'eel companies and the union
how are the problems of the small
er companies taken into- consider.
ation? Do the major negotiators
like a convoypace themselves
to the economic speed of 'the
"slowest" steel company?
A: The annual reports of all the
steel companies for 1958 reflected
the fact that profits varied from a
nominal return on sales to a sub subslantial
slantial subslantial loss which confirms the
fact that our industry is a highly
competitive one. It is true that
the large and small companies
have many problems of a common
nature, specifically having to do
with increases.
The major negotiators have ta taken
ken taken into consideration, the effect
of any employment cost increasts
on the industry and the economy
of the country as a whole and
have concluded tha' employment
cost Increases cannot be rbsorbed
by Any of the -companies, large or
small, and have so stated to Mr.
McDonald.

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tack attack is a tough way to win po populartity
pulartity populartity contest, but at least I
am pleased that John Foster Dul Dulles
les Dulles has finally been recognized as
the fine gentleman he is, the
brave person he is, and belated belatedly
ly belatedly the extremely competent Se Secretary
cretary Secretary 'of State he was.
The worst thing &gains Dulles,
I reckon, was his pun worJay
name, as,Dick Nixon has been
handicapped by his tip-tilted
nose, as Eisenhower has been
rapped tOr playing golf.
Du:les is a name like Oscar or
Percy or Elmer. It doesn't help.
Nixon's nose forbids recogni recognition
tion recognition of the basic seriousness of the
man.
And, of course, Ike's golf, es especially
pecially especially in England, has been a
target for derision, although no nobody
body nobody ever knocked Churchill for
part-time painting or writing tax
free histories on the side.
It is quite possible that Dullei
has been one of the more intelli intelligent
gent intelligent State secretaries we have
ever owned, and certainly he has
worked harder than Any public
servant in my memory.
It is a dreadful pity that It ac actually
tually actually needed cancer to convey
the idea that he likes a slap of
rye before dinner, and reviews an
army of detective stories for re relaxation.
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away, and Foster and Janet ate
now known as nice people, ,oven
abroad.
The thiA, about J. Foster Dul Dulles
les Dulles is that the bravery which is
now being recognized under ad adversity
versity adversity was a built-in quality, all
along. Except he was being di diplomatically
plomatically diplomatically brave, which is so
seldom realized in the simpering
circles.
Heaven 'knows we have nlade
some mistakes in the last six
years, internationally, but most
of them were originally, fathered
by the postwar Truman gang. At
least we managed to weasel- out
of some of the possibilities foi im imminent
minent imminent dissolution. And up to
now we have managed ot stave
off, partially, the professional
footpads.
So much for John Foster Dul Dulles,
les, Dulles, a brave and cheerful gentle gentleman
man gentleman of great patriotic intelle intellegenci,
genci, intellegenci, despite his unfortunate
surname, and his more unfortu unfortunate
nate unfortunate malady.
Touching on Nixon, a brave and
intelligent gentleman who Was
been more maligned for less csese
than: any politician I ever en encountered,
countered, encountered, unless you cobider
the Commie slant against him as
the who.e reason for being ma maligned,
ligned, maligned, let us forget the fact that
he and Bob Hope have ski-jump
noses.
Let us consider that Nixon
knows mote about being the Pre President
sident President of the United States ,than
any living man, including the Pre President
sident President of the United States.
Let us consider that he is a
young man in age, with no known
heart or cancer condition, but
that he is a tough4 lithe, intelli intelligent
gent intelligent student of the times, who
has carried the White House en
his back. No former Vice-Prelident
can lay claim to this distinc distinction.
tion. distinction. As I recall, Truman didn't'
even know we had an atom
bomb.
Personally, I do not mind hav having
ing having a President with a funny nose,
any more than I mind having a
President with a bald head, Ike
loud sports shirts outside his
loud sports shirst outside his
pante, like Harry, or a President
with hiultiple chins and a ciga cigarette
rette cigarette holder, like EDE.
I would certainly trade Nucon's
nose for Lyndon Johnson's last
heart attack or even young Ken Kennedy's
nedy's Kennedy's boyish bangs. One thing is
prime: Nixon knows the Presiden Presidential
tial Presidential trade. For the others it is
yet to be learnt.
It's amazing, looking back over,
the GOP's record, just how few
serious mistak a have been made,
considering that the inoomblnt
based his poplarity on being a
guy named Ike with a dame,nam
Mame.

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Ike has at least had sense
enough to play golf and let Ha Hagerty
gerty Hagerty and Dulles and Nixon run
the ciindy store. He made a mis mistake
take mistake on Sherman Adams,4 but he
canned him instanter, and the
Over-all play has not been too bad
tit all.
The stench of the Adams-cumGoldfine
mess wasn't a patch on
the stinks that arose from Tru Truman's
man's Truman's backroom in the White
House, and at least Ike got us out
of Korea instead of into it. Pros Prosperity
perity Prosperity has hit an unprecedented
high under the sign of the ele elephant,
phant, elephant, and once in a while we
even get a rocket off on sked.
I don't really know. I still like
Ike, I admire Dulles, I think Dick
Nixon is a hell of a strong boy,
anti when -everything else goes
wrong, I think of something else.
'We might well have had Ad lal
Stevenson in power, and what
would have come out of that,
knows only God.

My House Is Not
For Honeymoons
Says The Earl

LONDON, May 8 (UPDThe
Earl of Drogheda emphatically de dehied
hied dehied today that his suburban home
at Englefield Green, Surrey, would
be the IMneymoon house of Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Taylor and Eddie Fisher.
Reports from Hollywood said the
house, when, Marilyn Monroe lived
when she made a picture here two
years agof would be occupied by
Miss Taylor and Fisher after their
marriage next week.
"They are not moving into my
house," saitl the Earl. "I'm living
there mvsolf and I don't plan to
move out."

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WASHINGTON,;'--There have
beet some interesfing but forgot forgot.
. forgot. ten contrasts in the ,voting
ups be.ween Repubiliane, and De Democrats
mocrats Democrats in the Senate recently.
Some of those who once lined up
with the late ,en. Joe McCarthy
are now th,rging tifilcCarthy!m. I
Carthysp.'1
- LIISG week it- was Sen. Everett
Dirksen of ,Illinois who defended
- Mrs. Luc,e with that. never-to.be
forgotten( slip-..,of -- the tongue:
"Don't beat an old -bag of bones."
The vote on mxt Lute was 11
stainst,
But six year- s ago, Dir di en
voted with 11 Senator; against s
, top career ,diplomati Charles
Bohlen, Dirksn .'; not only was
, among the 11Senators who voted
against Bohlen,,,-Ibut went ,out tif
his way to claim that career sm smbissador.
bissador. smbissador. Hugh Gibson bad .denied
a letter be had, signed lu.support
of-Bohlen.' -,A

-Another ironic' twist of fate saw
Adm. Lewit. Strauss, the bun who
had rushed in ahead,. of McCarthy,
to purge Dr. Robert,Oppenheitneg,
defended by 'Republicans who tad
suffered from McCarthyism.- GOP
Sen. Clifford Case wat alMostde alMostdefeated
feated alMostdefeated by the McCarthy wing of
tbe GOP In New Jersey. Yet he
was vigorous in rallying to the de defense
fense defense of, Strauss to be Secretary
of Commerce.
And when Dr. David Inglis, pre president
sident president of the Federation of Am American
erican American Scientists, dared criticize
S rauss for big crackdown on Op Oppenheimer,
penheimer, Oppenheimer, Republican senators
practically jumped down his
throat.
Few high officials of the Eisenb Eisenbhower
hower Eisenbhower administration Indulged in
McCarthy's' tactics. Thvoutstand Thvoutstanding
ing Thvoutstanding exception was Strauss.. then
abead of the Atomic Energy Com Commission.
mission. Commission. !tut when a scientist col colleague
league colleague of Oppenheimer dared
criticize Strauss, now up for con confirmation
firmation confirmation to a cabinet Post. GOP
Senators t'ernly aecused him of
McCarthyism.

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WASHINGTON SALMON
Senate colleagueq have been
kidding bachelor Sen. Warren
Magnuson of Washington that if
he were only a married man, he
would not be hopping around with
his foot in a cast.
Washington is the onlv state In
the union with two bachelor Ben.
atorsboth handsome.-both able,
both aloof from the ladies.
Sen. Henry Jackson has been
living in an apartment In George Georgetown.
town. Georgetown. Magnuson keeps bachelor
quarters at the Shoreham Hotel.
The other evening he was pre preparing
paring preparing a snack for himself when
a large n of salmon fell from a
high shelf and hit his 'instep. He,
didn'l max much,tteation at ,firstyl
but biter 'found the salmbn had
broken three bones In his foot.
"If you were a married man,"
chided a friend. "you wouldn't
have been cooking your own sup supner
ner supner and woPidn't have got your
fon broken."
"I' I were married." replied the
hand.ome Senator from Washing Washington.
ton. Washington. "I proablv would have been
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helping'', OA the- meal, --and "'
,garbage can would have fallen oat-
my foot. 1-
"Besides,"Lidded Maggie', .41it AA
was A Washington Eat salmon."
-,Note-L.Jobn 'Floberg, Atomie
ton, I probably woUla, have been
boasting that Magnuson has been
getting so, much pressure Arom
Washingtorr state businessmen he
will have ,to confirm. Strauss.
tilFLATIOW111130ST,i I IP
Ws bein overshadowed 1,3'v-other
news, but Widl Street, bankers are
maneuvering to push anoler me. 4
ney bill described-, byAl Rep.
Wright Patman-of leas hi one 4,'
'of the 'biggest -&,,Tr,easury k raids" (
in history-- 'through Congress.
legislation. authored by Sen.
Robertson (Va.)- and: Rep. ''
, Paid Brown (Ga.),t, would,''aroend
the' Federal Reserve- Act o as to
enable 'private 'lialiks as -lower r
their, i reserve requirements for
loans andinvestments by another
$9 billion, 'in addition to 44
lion already inathorized rby C011- 4)
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' 'At ; Presenti ghe aridera;
serve System nevefpermits bank
credit expansion beyond 3 per. I
cent a year, which, in effect,
means-that reserve requirements
can be lowered no more than $500
million. Therefore a lowering of 4
$14.5 billion would cause ,haywire
inflation.
However, the Federal Reserve
System, with private bank sup sup(Dort,
(Dort, sup(Dort, his come up with an ingen
ious plan to Mho' inflation perils
in the Robertson-Brown bill. The
plan proposem that the new hank
reserves,,created by the ,lowered
requirements, be absorbed,bv the
purchase of governmen0 bonds
fronl the Reserve System.
in an unpublicized report to
Congress, the Reserve System
'points out that it could eventually
transfer up to $20 billion in bonds
to the commercial banks.
4
This would mean a loss of at
least $651 million a year to the
taxpayers, since that amount in
interest on the bonds, now realiz
ed by the Federal Reserve Sys.
tem, would go instead to privre
'banks. However, Texat Pittman
and other opponents will have a'
I tough job heading off passage of
the Robertson-Brown measure.
1 It has' already been approved
I for Senate action by Senator
Ityrd's Banldng and Currency 4,1
1Committee, and the Millie Bank..
ing Committee is expected An fol.
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in blood-red letters. 1Farishioners
called Scotland Yard's emergency
number. Police dashed to the
home of the Rev., Harold, Haines
in suburban Peckham yesterniy.
The Baptist clergynian explained
the, siren was a poster asking for .01
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m a saj poe ere e dnt he eg moo f is ea It Ivo her ess sident of the United States ,than at Englefield Green, Surrey would .
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any living man, including the Pre- be the honeymoon house of' Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Taylor and Eddie Fisher.
0 t-0.',,Nsaay men wouoi anoreelate a toor of duty in :his area sand be able
. to go home ot the family ever, day. including lonch. AM CONDITIONED Let us consider that he is a
young man in age, with no known Reports from Hollywood said the weather protection with I
, heart or cancer condition, but house, where Marilyn Monroe lived
, If thit roma woman eon nit, find one insneetinn uniform for her i ,,
s oweet steel company? when she made a picture here two
:t hoshand then I sued,ett gho nuit tmoking and hittine the bottle un unret5s8
ret5s8 unret5s8 reflected that he is a tough, lithe, intent-
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"0 to til his what is ito tn loll remtirements. If not. let him -loin the steel com "nee Pe et ell the SATURDAY & SUNDAY the new 4
vears agoi. would be occupied by
1, paniesi 2:30 4:30 1:30,, gent student of the times, who
Miss Taylor and Fisher after their ,
''' ranks of the happy civilians and change clothes as he or his wife the f h
act t at profits varied from a
' desire,. has carried the White House on marriage next week.
nominal return on sales to al sub-
1 v "If Scrubwoman's" husband had half the tuts of Cant Hinet. MONDAY his back. No former Vice-Presi- ...rh i
v are not mov ng into my
,.-' that letter would never have been pohlishod. I'm sure ti;at until aantial loss which confirms the CU 3:je dent can lay claim to this distinc- I, et; hi h E i 0, 0 1 i
ouse, sa t e ar I m iv ng kizlorwzilt
fact that our industr
y is a highly Um. As I recall, Truman didn't
'.1 that Door zob tnok wife to replace ship's laundry, he had all kinds there myself and I don't plan to
even know we had an atom
competitive one. It is true that The
t of intpection uniforms. move out."
. the large and small companies bomb.
It has been, and will continue to be. the policy of the Navy 10
e ha n robl
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Personally, I do not mind hav-
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, have Intnections and to render change of command honors. The litilimag
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nature s ecifically having to do 0 ,, ing a President with a funny nose,
veart of serviee rendered and devotion to duty by Naval officert al- .i P
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' 4.01" em a mue an i 8 neeessnry wi h increases. aaga Of r,: any more than I mind having a A I U IMIIIUM.
The major n t I h President with a bald head, hke
ratline intn a rot Shinboarri tailort stand insmiction hefort going ego i ors ave ta- Sh d e -N N-4";- - ,: AvININ s
.. tt I ken into considerabon the effect loud sports shirts outside his - V
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orest f loud sports shirst outside his 1.- t,! 't(tt A
io ',,,.,,E1 I am sure,that Capt. IC W. Hines is well, awsre,of What -makis ell
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of the country as a whole and Blazes
c Mb s uncle pitiable and that there is on scrubwomed in it. If a sea- wr eitt lie tililoul :cif
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nose fr Lyndon Johnson's itist .4111r.
,) : ettes, whiskey and maybe even her maid to brine her busband's u
I uniformt up to the rewired amount. A suit of white does not cott small, and have so stated to Mr. THE tack or even oun Ken Kenhear
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0. too much. and if her husband hat only one set I suggest she check GLORIOUS .1 .
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,i- HOLD CONFERENCE. tial trade. For the others it is 1
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:-', m benefits they ore normally entitled to. surname, and his more unfortu- have been cooking your own sup- number. Police dashed to the ''
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fon broken." in suburban Peckham yesterniy. ..
xerviceo offer June 1. there is no
intelligent gentleman who tilts y House Is Not
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, go out of business. worked harder than toy, public "I'' 1 were merriel," replied the The Baptist Clergynta.n-'etoolained
'..... 'stevedore in warem or benefits. One cent doesn't seem like a servant In my memory. been more maligned for less qese r band.ome Senotor from Washing- the, siren was a poster, asking for '0
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t Govt tthotilig receive of or Honeymoons ton. "I' proablv would have been help for the world's .18 million
'' '' fi foment proolovel who nay Civil Servieo nr-tioirteh, only One cent per hour reore- tually needed a cancer to convey Countered, unless you cobsdier
sen's an increase in cos's of pp,- the idea. that he likes a slap washing the dishes as well as refugees, k
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, Non-Chanisloon you can't take cost increases out army of detective stories for re- ligned, let us forget the fact that
of profits without ultimately going laxation. The "Dull, Duller,'Dillies I
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Sir: L.Q: In negotiations between filet I Let us consider that Nixon I Earl of Drogheda emphatically de- II

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that doctors can have their medical cornsmen diagnose and ore- Saturday May erh at the Cos. p V tivindows mete rove
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scribe medications such as pills anti antibiotics to those reporting --
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,,, will be conducted in Eng Eng,
, Eng, i 4' 1,:l.r.The mother. being a R.N,, objected strongly and only the hasty It-was not unti1132 years later r4N' 47 rw''' lish, Spanish and French ', ,' ''" ''''' '?'''''' 'r'''..h.'"' f -DISTRIBUTOR '
stoarriyal of the Medical Officer of the Day from home kept the Ind- that Louis Jolliet and Father '., jig"' 'Ir I
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- NoW, with repetitions of this same thtng, I think it high time ing territory was claimed for
I Prolood al Polled by ftOOK MEOW
, someone should .put an end once and for all to these malpractices. France by LaSalle. In 1763, the
ummestu stow worn MEOW! RAM i
. I Twill Army readers of She Mail Box I'd like to ask a question: Has Frencit land east of the river fa bob Aft holititiss WNW 11 SO mows MAIN STORE
7 this happened to you 3et and are we going to continue to let this was even Great Britain. '' 22-06 Central AT& 4 et tho Nit. Brewery's '
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LAW Dat2lastFriday. ,LaW Day was set aside by,
Vnited States of Amerita may observe the principles
are: Lt. 11.'4, Helmerichs, senior detective for Cris
tic Police District; Maj. Delos E. Keelean, US. Ar
ther Edwin C. Webster of St. Margaret's Church,

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- Isthmian music lovers will have
the opportunity of hearin& one
of the great' symphonic ensem ensembles
bles ensembles In the world when the Na National
tional National Symphony Orchestra of
Washington, D. C., arrives in .the
Republic for. two concerts on
May 21 and May 22.
The first will be at the. Rio
Theater, while for the second, the
'orchestra will move over to the
Atlantic side for a toncert at the
Colon Theatd. Both concerts
viill be sponsored by the Panamanian-North
American Association
from'. where-information concern concernIng.
Ing. concernIng. the reServation of tickets can
be' obtained. ' '
'The National' SympribilY ()relies-,
tra, under the direction of Howard
Mitchell, will make ti toilr ,of
Latin 'Ainerida Whfch ft
will play some 40 concerts in 37
' The tour is being ,sponsored by
President thierlhoWer's Special
Internatimial Program-for -CuittP
rat. Presentations,. directed .by the
American National ,Theater and
Academy (ANTAL 'Alternating
with Mitchell as conductor will
be Colombia's Dr. Ouillerm Es
..pinosa., who is bead of the music
division of .,the Part-American U Union.
nion. Union.
, The National Sy,,mphony i
"national" only in that it is front
the nation's capital. Ir receiies on
subsidies from either the federal
or the district governments and
is sustained wholly .by private
subscription. In spite of this, the
orchestra enjoys special role in
the life of the capital city. US
list) of boxholders in, always head.'i
ed by the 'President otthe 'Unit

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States and BoX 13 is known as tne
President's Box,
The ,orchestra has played two
presidential inaugural concerts
and two "command performan performances".
ces". performances". at the ,White.. House. On
other occasions semi-Official con concerts
certs concerts have been given as a ges gesture
ture gesture of welcome to a foreign head
of state while other concerts Lave
been specially commissioned ty
various embassies.

Mitchell has directed and ac actively
tively actively worked with Central A American
merican American and Cuban orchestras,
and the National Symphony has
performed in the United States
works of such L'atin 'American
composers as Roberto Caamaho,
Mozart Camargn Guarnierl, Het Hettor
tor Hettor Villa-Lobos, and ROO Cor Corderd
derd Corderd of Panama. During the pre present
sent present 'tour, the National Sympho Symphowill
will Symphowill be the first North Ameri American
can American orchesta tu participate, 4n
h festival
when'it participates in the ninth
Music Festival of Music of Car Cartagena,
tagena, Cartagena, Colombia, to be held from
May 21 to May 30.

SMASH ALLEGED SLAVE RING
MANILA (IJPI) Philippine
constabulary official& said yester yesterday
day yesterday it had taken into custody a
group of 14 Indonesians alleged
to have been smuggled into this
country to be sold as bonded
slaves. A constabulary announce announcement
ment announcement said the Indonesians, from
the North, Celebes, were arrested
after" landing at Cotabato in the

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bat Magistrkte's Court? reads the ,,prociamation -of
Fresident Eisenhower in order that citizens of the
for which their nation stands.- From -left to right
tobal; Capt. E.-S. Shipley, commander of the Atlan Atlanmy
my Atlanmy provost marshal for the Atlantic side; and Fa FaCristobal.
Cristobal. FaCristobal. (U.S. Army Photo)

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HOLLYWOOD Eddie Fisher,
describing his forthcoming mar marriage
riage marriage to Elizabeth Taylor:
"WI; going to be a quiet, sim simple
ple simple wedding."

LONDON David Muir,
agent for an Australian art gal gallery,
lery, gallery, who paid the record sum of
$154,000 for a painting' by Pi:
casso at a London auction:
"When the bidding reached 30,-
000 pounds ($84,000) on the Picas Picasso,
so, Picasso, I began to quiver. And when
it mounted to 50,000 pounds 0140,-
000), I was really sweating. But I
was determined to get it.'

Miami Teachers
Violently Pro lest
Fingerpdni Rule

CHICAGO Ex-Communist Ne Negro
gro Negro union leader John R. Hack Hackeny,
eny, Hackeny, saying it is untrue that the
Communists fight fot Negro
rights:
They used the grievances of
the Negro people for the purpose
of building the party. In many
cases they destroyed Negro lead leaders,,who
ers,,who leaders,,who didn't' serve'the party."
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,
HOLLYWOOD Fred Astaire,
on accepting e TV Emmy for
"most outstanding single program
of the year":
"This is a great night fot old
dad."

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NEW 01IDZIANA EctUrfl 4k
Herty ST., his 13-year-old
grandson who stabbed one little
girl to death and slashed an
then'
"1 don't understand this thing.
ftis father took him everywhere
with him to ball games and
everything. Ile's so polite, so
good.

SHENECTADY, N. (UPI)
Carl J. Megel, president of the
AFL-CIO American Federation of
Teacher s, said. today the
fingerprinting of school teachers
in Miami, Fla., was "another
symptom of our, slbw drift into'
a police state."
gpeaking at the' inT111111
'of the, Schenectady Irederation of
Ireathers, MegelAsaid the action
orghe Dade' County (Miami)
school system, amounted to Ges Gestapo
tapo Gestapo tacties,'"as unwholesome as
the loyalty oath."
"How un-democratic and vie vieioosiv
ioosiv vieioosiv unprofessional can school
administrations get Megel said.
"The dignity of the feacher and
hiss position is- downgraded when
he or she- foreed to suemit to
fingerprinting like a commou
criminal,' 'he said.
"The way for a school admin administration,
istration, administration, to obtain highlV
'fled teschers is to fix high pro,
fessional: requirements ,and pay
otofessionol Dade
Countv, dees nelilier 'of
these."
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'?;.the bead of the teachers' union
said the Man to fingerprint Mi Miami's
ami's Miami's 7,000' teachers was adopted
by the 'School board-last summer
,and acComPlished !' without
previous 'notice to- the teachers
at meetings ,which be 'saki were
called : for orientation purposes.

Mlle ',Executive reouncil of the
American Federation of Tech.
, ess, haft unanimousbr agreed that
this organization will rigorously rigorously'
' rigorously' oppose.,the extention' of this un.
democratic practice in any school
mystem. of Amtrice,',,-Mgel said,
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, MONTEPELIEE, 'Vt. (VP')
Yankee bogie:tax killed a lees..
, lathe, move to boost the Vermont
fishing license fees for outlyi of.;
state anglers..
' olFishing in Vermont .isn't 400
enough' to "raise the fees," saTa
State ,Reri, Philip Chase (R7Put
ney), and the legislature Votefl
e,, dowEthe hike.

High Perient'Of Lung Cancer ictuns
Long lime Sthokers,' Survey Shows

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NEW :-ORK (UPI) About
80 per cent of lung Meer Vie Vietims
tims Vietims have been, medium-volume
cigarette smokers who, average
at least two liacks a day for 12-19
years, a ,seVen-year study of the
disease shows, the American Can Cancer
cer Cancer Society Said today,
The society, which 'pointed out
that 'lung cancer kills its victims
in 95 per cent of the cases, said
the study also shows that ciga cigarette
rette cigarette smoking is slightly more
hazardous to those who start ilie
habit when tbey are youngsters.
The report inditated that heavy
drinking. outdoor work and thren threnlc
lc threnlc and frequent respiratory prob problems
lems problems may, play a role. in hing
cancer, but compared to cigarette
smoking, a minor one. It also
indicated that women hae not
been smoking long enough to 'de 'develop
velop 'develop much limg cancer.,
The study was contiveted ,by
Drs. Herbert L. Lombard and
Leonid S.. Snegireff of the Mass Massachusetts
achusetts Massachusetts Department of Public
Health, Tufts College Dental
School and the Harvard School of
Public Health. A report on the
survey was published in the cur current
rent current issue of the society's journal,
"Cancer."
The cancer society said the
study was designed 'to. test the
validity. of criticisms by ,a few.
scientists and the tobacco indus industry
try industry of almost a score of earlier
statistical investigationse all of
which showed a strong associa association
tion association between cigarette smoking
and lung cane.
The study, which was sponsored
in part by the Massachusetts
Chapter of the ACS and by the
U.S. Public Health Service, 'con 'confirmd
firmd 'confirmd the striking cnrrelation of
cigarette sthoking and lung can cancer,'
cer,' cancer,' the society said.
The report said that while' the
correlation "does tot prove
causationit is highly suggestive
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hypothesis.'
4llowever, Timothy V.' Hartnett,
chairman of the Tobacco Industry
Research chmmittee which prhi
musty criticized the findings of
similar statistical studies, said
that "many scientists" have held
that the correlation does not
prcive causation.
Hartnett also contended thnt
"no convincing laboratory or clin clinical
ical clinical evidence exists' to prove
the. theory,.thit, cancer is caused
by cigarette.smoking "in spite of
persistent experiments."
'In ill, the Massachusetts study
covered 5,31 persons including
500 'cancer patients.
CREAM PUFF PUNCHERS
SWANSEA, Wales (UPI)--Two
husky young men mho staged a
fight 4n a public, garden here
were under arrest -today for de destroying
stroying destroying public property.
They were litting each other
with daffodils,.

moTHER
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WILL LOVE

r. RUBEN NAVARRO NAVARROOwner
Owner NAVARROOwner of the beautiful

"EL RANCHO GARDEN"

Proudly announces the appointment of

FRANK McGAIIHEY
(Formerly ()1 the Florida !'Town House" Restaurants)
As GENERAI4 MAN,AG,ER ,
0 .Startinitomorrow Friday, May 8, the tar and Restaurant
will be open all night
0 Fridays and Saturdays 4:30 to 5:30 PM all COCKTAILS
25tfr
0 Special !undies daily $1...00 '(3 courses)
0 Safe parking only block from Zone
0 Draught beer alWays available
0 SATISFACTION -GUARANTEED

NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY MOM HER MOTHER'S' DAY GIFT

, Befere 'Then NOW
Plastic Pitchers 1.31' '1.25 1.10
3 pc. Plastic Bowl Sets 3.75 2.95 .1.95
Floor Lam Ps o 24.50 12.50 9.25
Bathroom Steel 4.50 2.50 2.00
Batiiroom Medfclue Chest 8.50 6.25 4.25
Luxor Portable Radio
,AElectric (.:43e Battery
operated) 59.50 49.95 35.00
Plastic Place Mats 0.45 0.39 0.30
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Bir41 pages ........ 9.95 4.95 4.50
Fiberglass Material for
Draperies
2.95 1.95 1.50

&only W. L Upholstered
Dining Chairs

8 only W. L Upholstered
'Dining Chairs 2.50 7.50 05
Mahoganir Chest, Built-in s
Wardrobe, Drawers 150.00 125.00 19.50

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POPLARVILLE, Miss. (IND
few women 'have purchased
pistols-, "for protection' since the
lynching of accused Negro rapist
Mack Charles Parker, a Poplar Poplarville
ville Poplarville hardware dealer reported
,
today. ,
A Methodist minister reported
that some. husbands in his con congregation
gregation congregation have been teaching
their, wives to shoot pistols, and
that 'he has noticed some "ten "tension')
sion') "tension') in his flock.
These events followed a coron coroner's
er's coroner's jury verdict yesterday that
Parker, 23, was shot to death.
The accused rapist was kidnaped
from his jail cell here April 25
by a white mob.
Hardware dealer Charles
SChrock, who said a few women
had bought pistols from bim "for
protection,' said there had been
no unusually large demand for
firearms. Local authorities said
the lynching had not brought on
any noticeable tension,

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Monday, April 6, 1959

PONTIAC SALES
UP 83T0

PHI big garner for General Motorrls Pon Pon,
, Pon,
.tiac, whose sales In March totaled 36,641
'Units, up nearly 8300 from the like month
last year, This total nudged Pontiac a ahead
head ahead of Oldsmobile In the VICO for the
lead ht the medium-priced field. ki the
first quarter this year, Pontiac sales were
94,460, up 5200 from last year, putting
it in third,place,behin Chevy apd Ford."

Di liveries made of
Pontiac, Micli.1 Hackensack, N.J.;
Norfolk, Va.; Charleston, S.C.;
Miami Fla.; New Orleans, ta.;
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Desk wistool 130.00 100.00 25.00'
1 Bleached Mahogany
Double Bed 2-Nite Tables 135.00 100.00 115.00Q'
Italian Beer Mugs 1.50 1.00 0.14:
Italairi Flower Pots 1.95 1.25 0.23.
Italtazi Bottles All Colors 6.95 6.25 11.S
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Electric Stove 2 Burner 6.25 4.95 4.50
Hair Dryer Electric 13.75 9.95 11.7,5,
Refreshmerit Set 2.95 2.50 2;po;
Latin lry Basket, Plastic 2.95 2.75 2.25
To Chest 9.25 8.25 6.95.
Ironing Board 6.25 4.95 4.2t
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311,1 e?,; feathers, Megelo-said die action , i.,4
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tapo tactics -oas unwholesome as
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0 t!'!..'15;:::-:4.:,i,.,:h:1,:i1:;;::; administrations get Megel said. ..,
.s. :.:sn:!,:,P''s 1,-,-.'4.,;ige:;04!Vi: Plastic' Pitchers ' $ 1:35' $ '1.25 I 1.10 ,...,
rifle- -4.7- 1 '''' 1 Mahogany Vanity & '"
4 r-Irli -----1 .:,. "The dignity of the ieacher and
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, Desk wistool 130.00 100.00 85.0C .,
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- paso,51:,.E:; he or she- ii foreed to suemit to 'Iii.;;;.$44; 1 Bleached Mahogany -',L, ..
. Floor Lamps o... 24.50 12.50 9.25 4- 0. Double Bed 2-Nite Tables 135.00 100.00 75.00Q ---',
. "-:;- fingerprinting like a common
criminal,' 'he said. ,,
! Bathroom Steel ' 4.50 2.50 2.00 PRICES SLASHED! Italian Beer Mugs 1.50 1.00 0.95
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istration administration to obtain highlso qball: Bathroom Medrelne Chest.. 8.50 6.25 4.25 Italairi Flower Pots 1.95 1.25 0.95 ;
. - -- '. ..t be a4 tifill';'ditrible, washable :
, fied teschers is to fix high pro, .,
''''''' FLOW- KOTE CQLORS fessional: requirements and pay Luxor Portable Radio 1
'' professional, salaries.' i Dade ;q..lectric cs& Battery c
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. s or 1, 'mko 0, . Italtan Bottles All Colors 6.95
, :'.4 i ,,fil 6.25 5.S
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, -.0. 1 IsittlEitst-84SE, wALL PAINT Countv, ..,,Fla.,--- does neither of operated) ...... 59.50 49.95 35.00 ..,,,, 07,r.,,tvgi ,,,,, ,,,,.. 1:
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or .. Plastic Place Mats ....,... 0.45 0.39 0.30 :' .44.7111c: '4,1041r Hair Dryer Electric 13.75 9.95 9.7,5, -,
; I OP ;:i .'FloW Kote" brings fresh new .;....
' ?-.Tne' head of the teachers' union 'I' ' '. flti Refreshmerit Set 2.95 2.50 2.001
, ''' '' .'' -beauty that 'tufts-longer tnan you ',, Bird Cages .... ........ ... 9.95 4.95 4.50 '' OP ." 1:'
said the Man to fingerprint Mi- ;, ;
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, ',,-, ever dreaittetpoaible.. It, spreads ami's 7,000' teachers waft adopted 2.75 2.25 .I:
Fiberglass Material for isit.41 ; tat f.., Laundry Basket, Plastic 2.95
- '' puivi KOTE k Innoothly.'i,witliotiVatrpAs ,pr lap, ,, by the 'School board last summer Draperies ..... 2.95 1.95 1.50
, ST4,1,,,,:6,.-", &kit marks.: Ir,,firies Jo' a ,,matter of and WWI accomplished !' without ' ''": :1)-444:1sft""e---61' :, : .P. ..':r."':;.....: i'.1
To Chest 9.25 8.25 6.95 ' '.
."1"411 01155 rdIn 'I minutes. Mailable in a wide va- 'previous 'notice to- the teachers 6 only W.. 1.. Upholstered di
- at meetings ,Iv.htch be said were 'Dining Chairs ......... 9.50 Ironing Board 6.25 4.95 4.2f 'S.'.
i 'siren tl"' '''',.4,,-;,11e. tY of, charming Colors' that stay : 7.50 4.25
SPECIAL
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) ,-t4sitight4'ind.',..new after .,; countless ' ,,
1 Mahogany Chest, Built4n ,
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' washings. Ask your Dit Pont dealer tei show you '' ,,..!'The',E;tecittive, Council of the 'Wardrobe, Drawers 150.00 123.00 ' ;79.50 .. ,
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- the new "Elw Kate" Color Guide. You'll find it American Federation of Tech-
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p ., hag unanimoustv' agreed that
. so easy to 'select the Colore, just right for you. el's,
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f' ;: Bey The PeliN There Worth the Work la inWrOlintit Lodi ,,i .t
democratic practice .in any school ', , ,, r; ,-,...- ,, .
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P DISTRIBUTORS; '. "., J-, ',' fishing license fees for out'ii. of.; Double Your Money In,,Our
pANAmAff ,, ,: ,, ', 't f,,,t,"4,,,,,,,, ,..,,,, ,, -?.. state anglers.. !! 1 -, : ,, i, 411,.. ) 4,i),
C9he gumituie & TWome gumislang c5tortr;
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enough' to4'raise the fees Bald 4th of July.Aves "H" Ste I'll. 2-0724'',4";
DAIts '-',.'''. ": COCLE : State Reri., Philip Chase 1(R-Put .. FREE, WEEKLY RAFFLE ,, 0 I
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, ,- been smoking long enough to'de- husky young men0who staged a had bought pistols from him "for
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were under arrest 'today for de- no unusually large dimand for
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validity. of criticisms by a few
scientists and the tobacco indus industaw
taw industaw Darlast FridaY. baW Day was set aside by, ,President ,Eisenhower order that citizens of the
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Sereptimist Club
Luncheon Tomorrow
The- Soroptimist Club of Colon
will have a luncheon meeting to toZf
Zf toZf morrow at noon at the S'rangers
Club.',
Guest speaker .will -be Mrs.
, Gwendolyn Watson, who will
speak on her experiences as a so so,
, so, dal service worker in England
and also on the work she and her
- husband are doing in Colon.
Visiting Soroptimists are invit
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FORMAL RECEPTION AT FORT AMADOR CLUB
HONaRS REAR ADMIRAL AND MRS. PARKS,
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At- Rear Admirai Lewis S. Parks, who will bocome Command Command0
0 Command0 or the Fiftem Naval District In toromenies Monday, and
Mrs.' Pades went guests of honor at a formal remotion Vint Vint'
' Vint' steadily evening at the Fort Amador Officers. Club.
Hosts for the occasion wore Roar Admiral Goorgo Wales,
Present Commandant, and Mrs. Willis, woh will leave tho lath lathMug
Mug lathMug next 'took for the Admiral's now assignmont as Command--
or of-Amphibious Group Two at Little Crook, Va.
4 x'Attonding the reception vitro Panama government officials,
members of the diplomatic corps, military and civilian On Oneida
eida Oneida of the Canal Zone and officors of the Flittenth Naval Dis

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cation vacation in the Stites.

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mittee of the Inter-American Wo Womens
mens Womens 'Club will have a cofee
meeting Tuesday morning at 9:30
at the home of Mrs, Robert Dan,
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Teachers of Anierica entertained
aleir parents and guesa Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday axternoon in tne high school
library. The reception is an- an annual
nual annual event of tbs school group.
Under the direction of Miss Ma Mary
ry Mary Stindt; the students presented
a skit, "Go Forth and Teach, bas based
ed based OD ,an incident in the, Ade .0
Horace Maim. ,
Among the guests were Miss
Ada Mary Hendersoa and -fiVe of officers
ficers officers of the Cristobal High School
chapter of FIA. T. .1r, Hotr,Prin Hotr,Prinripe'
ripe' Hotr,Prinripe' ,of Balboa High, presented
membership pins.
After a review of an pxhibition
of club activities during ...the
school years, members of the sigh
served refreshmehts to mbre than
50 guests.
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NY Widow, Age 61
Says Parker Kin
Tried To Rape Her

NEW YORK (UPDThe widow
of a soutbern physician told police
yesterday a Negro. prowler
claiming to be a cousin of Mack
Charles Parker tried to rape her.,
Mrs. Flossie Donald, who came
here 10 years ago from Tennes Tennessee,
see, Tennessee, said the prowler entered her
home early in the morning and
demanded money.
She said she screamed when h'e
grabbed her purse and he
clamped a hand over her mouth,
and threw her on a bed.
"You know what happened to toParker,"
Parker," toParker," she reported he said.
"I'm hie cousin."
Mrs, Donald, 61, pleaded with
him and he abandoned a rape at attempt,
tempt, attempt, she said. He took $20 from
her purse.

British Apologize
For Wrong Anthem
At Soccer Game

LONDON (UPI) The British
War Office apologized to the
Italian Embassy here yesterdat
because an army band played the
wrong Italian National Anthem all
the Italy-England soccer game.
Thonsands of Italians were
watching the game on television
Wednesday when the "Green
Jackets" band played the old,
royalist anthem by Mistake.
The' war office said the only
excuse it could 'offer was that the
band was in Cyprus when the or order
der order was issued to substitute the
correct Italian anthem, "Inno di
Mamell," in the army book of na national
tional national anthems. The monarchist
anthem went out when Italy be became
came became a republic after World War
An Italian Embassy spokesman,
commenting on the apology, said:
"This spontaneous action by the
war office was greatly appre appreciated.
ciated. appreciated. No sten by the embassy
is contemplated."

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BOYD VISITS JAPANMr. William Y. Boyd, executive Vice Pres President
ident President and General Manager of- Boyd Brothers, Inc., left for Japan
this past week in connection with steamship activities on his
firm. He is shown at Tocumen International Airport about to
board the PAA flight to Mexico, from there he will fly to the
States or' then on to Japan by ship. His one port of call will
be Hono o ". While In the Far East Mr. Boyd will also finalizo
armngem ats in connection with Far East tours and cruises
which will be conducted thru Panama Tours next year.

DANCING CLASSES
VERA BOMFORD SCHOOL OF DANCE

OPENING YMCA BALBOA
JUNE 1, 195,9
BALLET, MODERN, TAP, ACROBATIC ETC.
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other another diamond. This will draw
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OLDEST CITIZEN DIES
BRUSSELS (UPI) Mrs. Mieke
Duray, Belgium's oldest citizen,
died yesterday on her 104th birth birthday
day birthday just a few hours before she
was to receive an honor visit
from Mayor Lucien Cooremans
and the City Council.

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few minuted after the takeoff of
mkt flight Number 43 out of
Idlewild boimd for San Francisco,
when as I unfastened my seat belt
I noticed a number of people
standing tit the aisle peering out
of the-windows ,on the port 'side
of the plane. , ,
"What are they looldng at?" I
asked my husband. lie., got oP.
Manhattan Island," be reported,
"Marvelous view of it"
I catapulted out of my seat iind
joined him in the aisle.
Where?' asked.
Too be sai-"We're
over Morristownr,'New Jersey,

We didn't seem to be 'moving
a bit fast. butes I looked down at
what scenery you- can see front
31,000 feet, 'we passed 4-DC-I the
way a Rolls Royce passes push pushcart.
cart. pushcart. One of the three beautiful
stewardesses advised we were
only making 550 iniles an bur.
rrerrible bead-winds,. you know.)
Over the Alleghemes, I decid decided
ed decided to take 40 winks.' It seemed to
me that I had hardly begun,-lo
doze off when 'I WAS awakened bY
the voice of the pilot announcing
and
over the intercom, 'ladies
Gentlemen, if you will look out nt
tbe windows to your left, you will
tee Pike's Peak.
Sure enough, there below were
bright in the sunlight ot a dats
ling Spdng daF.
The 116 passengers sharing this
impossible adventure in time and
space remainded, calm. Babies.
slept. In the forward lounge, a
businessman talked about the
weather in Paris. (He'd left,there
the night before; it was nice.) An
elderly lady worked''over, boolt
of double-acrostics. There' woe no
vibration, no motor noise, just the,I
light steady rushing sound of- $60.71
000,000 cutting through the sides.
Lunch was served. Lunch was
cleared. 'The hostesses had bare barely
ly barely put away 'the coffee -cup; when whenit
it whenit was time to distribute the coats.
The beautiful Boeing 707, silver 1
with Chinese red on its- swept sweptback
back sweptback wings, was dsecending, point
ing ,toward the Pacific. It came
dramatically to earth at San
Francisco International Airport
exactly five and a half hours
after the New York takeoff.
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trophobic chiaroscuro of the Black s
liwk on Hyde St. and the, snap- 4
pleat of foreign sports- cars cowl
under the Portes-Cocheres V old
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derful exhibition of moder;
Ian painting and sculpturtriat, a
dept. store,.a delightlid new Joon-
elastic comedian at the Purple
Onion; a show starring ;George
Liberec. at Bimbo's,- At' proud
'cuisine at a restaurant called the
Slue Fox.,
San' Francisco it a -rswinille.
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Scheduled rev Monday
, Girl Scout leaders and all
other adults registered for Girl
Scout work Ire urged to attend the
semi-ennual meeting of the Canal
Zone Girl Scout Council, which
will 'be held at SiSO a.m. oti Mon MondeY
deY MondeY et the Margarita Clubhouse.
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Those combat from the Pacifii
side MSY take the 7:15 cm, train
from Balboa ,Heights and get off
lift. Mope, where Atlantic side
:scout worker" will .meet them
with transportation to' Margarita
Clubhouse.. Transportation to, the
traixf after the meeting will also
be- available.
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-The-White-1. House xaid today
that President Eisenhower will
be unable to attend 'the June 4
commencement at the Air Force
Academy in Colorado Springs,
Colo.; buk may visit there some sometime
time sometime betas then.
Press secretary James C.
Hagerty said Eisenhower hopes
to get out to Colorado Springs
before graduation of the aca academy's
demy's academy's first senior class.
Hagerty would not say what
business pressure will keep the
President from attending the
exercises. But this date may co coincide
incide coincide with the conclusion of
the foreign ministers meeting
with Russia starting in Geneva
next Monday. Secretary of
State Christian A. Herter is ex expected
pected expected to rush home after the
conference and report to the
President.

FREIGHTER RUNS AGROUND

TOKYO (UPI). A 10,000-ton
Greek freighter reported yester yesterday
day yesterday it bad run agrotmd on a sand
bar off one of the Amami Alma
Islands, south of Japan. A radio
message from the freighter Na Nacalaos
calaos Nacalaos Kailis said water was seep seeping
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REENLISTMENT .-,, Maj. Robert Danforth, adju tant of the lst Battle Group, 20th Int, signs the oath hg er a deunatteirnegd frDoimehinhisgohn scohoololel ghee, raet,
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Heur" Club. Membership in these clubs is limited to United States citizens who have acco-
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muiuted 1000 hours of unused sick leave and non-U.S. citizens who have accumulated 500
approacla echee4,KeeslerAirferco.,Base, Mist, On right is Sfc. James. Alger Hq afid Hq Co. lst Bat- Carlisle, Pa., as a freshman am
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Point competitive examinatiens Council will meet unIder the leader hours of sick leave. Piggott has been an employe of the US Army for 19 years, and is in -the Oor.
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REENLISTMENT Maj. Robert Danforth, adju tant of the lst Battle Group, 20th Inf., signs the oath
(4 of enlistment for Ste. Oeorge M. Warren, C Co., who just reenlistqd for the Mr FOree ground route
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CHESTER 'HEIGHT Pa.
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HI, whose father's heroic death
led President Franklin D. Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt to petition a future president
to appoint him to 'the U.S. Mili Military
tary Military Academy, gained admission
to the academy on his own merit,
a congratulatory letter from Pres President
ident President Eisenhower revealed yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Kelly was only an infant when
his father, Capt. Colin P. Kelly
Jr. became one of World War II's
hill American heroes. Capt.
Kelly, a Flying ,Fortress pilo',
died three days after Pearl Har Harbor
bor Harbor when his B1't crsshed while
making a bombing run on Japa Japanese
nese Japanese warships off Luzon in the
Philippines.
At that time, President Rose Rosevlt
vlt Rosevlt addressed a letter to the
"President of the U.S. in 1956"
in which he asked that the hero's
son be considered for appoint appointment
ment appointment to West Point. President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower indicated he woold
carry out Roosevelt's wish.
Although the appointment was
his for the asking, Corky never
would say whether he wanted to
follow his father's footsteps and
enter the military academy. Mter
graduating from high school Imre,
he entered Dickinson College at
Carlisle, Pa., as a freshman last
September.
Then he quietly took the West
Point competitive examinations
like any other young Man bidding
for a military career.
He was celebrating his 19th
birthday at Dickson yesterday
when he was informed by the
Army that his scores in the ex examinations
aminations examinations won him a West Point
appointment. Corky broke the
news only to his mother, Mrs. J.
Watson Pedlow.
"Mother, I've just received the
greatest birthday present a fellow
could wish," he told ber In a tel.
ephone call. "The Army just noti notified
fied notified me of my appointment to
West Point."'
Mrs. Pedlow kept her son's
news to herself until the letter
arrived later from President
Eisenhower.
The President said he had
"been long familiar" with the let letter
ter letter in which President Roosevelt
asked him to "consider the merits
of a young American of goodly
heritage for appointment at
a cadet in the U.S. Military Amt.
emy at West Point."
"However, you insisted on ob obtaining
taining obtaining your appointment on your
own," Eisenhower wrote. "As a
former West Point cadet, I am
proud of the fact that you won it
through the medium of- competi competitive
tive competitive examination. My leirtiest
congratulations on this achieve achieveMent!
Ment! achieveMent! "I am sure that this represents
the beginning of a splendid ca career
reer career of service to your country.
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I, join-with all the American peo people
ple people in- wishing you the, best of
luck as you enter wilh the plebe
on'July 7, 1959."
' UNION CHURCH
Margarito-Coco Solo
The MOther's Day theme will
carry through the various st-rvices
and organizational meetings
next Sunddy at the Margarita
Union Church. The pastor of the
church, .the Rev. Theodore E.
Franklin, will preach at the 9:30
a.m.. Coco Solo services and the
11 a.m. Margarita service on the
sutject "God's Personal Con Concern".
cern". Concern". Assisting the pastor in the
ministry of hospitality will be Mr.
and Mrs. W. R. Dixon.
The Sunday School which meets
at 9:45 a.m. will honor mo
with a variety o programs in ine
different departments.
At the Youth Fellowship meet meeting,
ing, meeting, 6:15 p.m., the main speaker
will be Mrs. Raul H. Leach well
known speaker and artist. Miss
Becky McLeod will be in charge
of the opening devotional
On Monday night, the Church
Council will meet under the leader
ship of its chairman, E. F. McClel McClelland.
land. McClelland. On Tuesday morning at 9:15
the Women's Auxiliary Missionary
Sewing Group will meet at the
church.
CALVARY BAPTIST
Panama City
A Mother's Day program has
been planned by the Sunday
School Department of the Ca lva
ry Baptist Church to be present presented
ed presented Sunday, At 3100 p.m.
' Mrs, Beatrice Robinson, Sunday
School superintendend, the teach teaching
ing teaching faculty and the children are
looking forward to the program.
The Cherub and Youth will ren render
der render the appropriate musical selec selections
tions selections at that time.
-At the Morning Service, which
will begin at 11 a.m. the Rev.
Louis A. Seeley, pastor will speak
on,f"The Mother of Mosses:" and
at Me Night Service at '7:30 p.m.,
he will speak on "The Champions
of A Great Cause."
A baptismal service Is schedul,
ed 'for Stmday morning of May 17
at 11 a.m. and a memorial serv service
ice service at nigh.t.
Sunday School activities and
Training Union. will meet as Usual
at 9:30 a.m, 'and at 6 p.m., res respectively,
pectively, respectively, 'Club Altamira
Recital Tickets
re On Safe
"71111tIttit 'go. a' "aa'o-totand 'reAtat
to be presented at the Central
neater went on sale this week, it
was announced today by a spoke spokeman
man spokeman for Club Altamira.
The sponsoring group, which Is
dedicating the concert to the
"Youth of Panama," was busv
this week working out other de details
tails details Incident to the presentation
scheduled for Tuesday. Mav 26.
Tickets are priced at $1.50 for
reserved seats, $1 general Admis Admission
sion Admission and 75 cents balcony. The re
cital Is aimed at telpine to stm
Port the Club's scholarshio
tions in Panama, Colon and the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone.
REAMY FXDIANATION
ALTRINGPAM, England flIPI)
Stanley Friday had a ready ex explanation
planation explanation yesterday when he was
arraignPd on charges of stabbini
Mrs. Doreen Robinson at her.
home 1Qst week. "It was a miq miqtake,"
take," miqtake," Friday said. "I thought It
was my wife."
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COL. P. H. LAMING, Finance and Accounting officer USARCARIH congratulates Mrs. Delores!
M. Coffey and Gladstone Piggott on having be3ome members of the "1000-Hour" and. "500w' w
Hour" Club. Membership in these clubs is limited to United States citizens who have acciw.',:t
muluted 1000 hours of unused sick leave and non-U.S. citizens who have accumulated 500
hours of sick leave. Piggott has been an employe of the US Army for 19 years, and is in the -?.,
examination branch, Finance and Accounting Office, Corozal.(US Army Photo)

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WM move to
The Knights of Columbus Hall on Balboa Road
on June
BALLET TAP TOE ACROBATIC CHARACTER
REGISTRATIONS for the Three Months Summer
Course will be held at The K. of C.
, May 11, 12 and 13 from 2 to 5 13.31.
At Rogistratie;ns should be made in pers4ntand'those
planning-to take in October when 'the Ropfer 'erm
Begins may also register at this tinie.

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RECEPTIONBrig.-James W. Coutts, Caribbean Conuriand Chief Of Staff, and Mrs, Coutts With
Maj. Gen. Edward Suarez. USAF, Deputy Commandant of the U.S.'National War College, are
shown in the receiving line at the Caribbean Command reception tor the National War College
greeting U.S. Arabassadorto Panama and Mrs. Julian F. Hezrington and,11,.. AMbassador to
Venezuela, Edward J. Sparks. The receptionat the Albroot dificere aub-was given in honor of
the 34 members of the senior service school who were guests of the 'unified tbillMarld. during
a .three-week visit, to nine Latin American countries. More than 200 military and civilian dig dignitaries,
nitaries, dignitaries, Including members of the Panamanian government amt tke diplomatic Oros...attended.
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Former Isthmian'
Announce Sen's Sirth
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Wig
goner of Kansas City, Mo., hiv
announced to friends here th
birth of their second child, a son
He has been named Steven Craig
The parent' are welanown
the Pacific Side, where he welt
a member of the police force be
fore leaving the Isthmus severs,
years ago. Mrs. Waggoner is the
former Miss Iris Schmidt, &High.
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schmidt.
The Waggoners now make their
home at 4905 East ThirtyPirst
Street, Kansas City, Mo.

Wimp, Atomzihittg doing

THIS W EEKEND,.--
MEVA beautiful Tahitan singer and Flamenco
dancers ISABELA & MIGUEL, twice ,nightly

LUCHO MUI102 popular Panamanlain organist, back after
a long successful tour of EurCpe and South America, will
PLAY for the Sunday 110011 Barbecue by the pool, (open to the public)

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A retirement party honoring Mi-uel
Corea is being planned by
is co-workers in the Comptrol Comptroleel
eel Comptroleel Office for Thursday evening
n the ballroom of the Tivoli
Itiest House.
Cocktails will be served at 6:30,
Ind ,s buffet st 7;30. The even even!nes
!nes even!nes entertainment will feature a
floor show directed by Mrs. Mal Malcolm
colm Malcolm Wheeler with the office
workers as members of the cast.
tucho A:cartage provide the
music.
Friends are invited to contact
Mrs. G. Frick, Balboa 2544, for
ticket and reservations.

DAILY
MEDITATION

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(Prosentod by tho Department
of Christian Education of ills
Episcopal Church in the Mis.,
sionary Diocaso of the Panama
Canal Zeno).
Philippians 4:13
STRENGTH FOR WEAKNESS
"I can do all things through
Christ which strengtheneth mc."
The miracl of life in a trail
green shoot is able to split a
boulder. The greater miracle of
spiritual grace can break apart
the crushing weights that fall on
uss. This is the experience of li
terally millions of Christians.
But that is not the only kind of
strength we need. We know not
only assaults of circumstances.
but more dangerous assaults with within,
in, within, the botterings of temptation.
Here, again, we have God's grace
to empower us, so that we need
not fall. Of this, too, we -have the
proof of myriad Christian lives.
His strength is ours, but we
have to take it. We have to know
our weakness before we call on
God for strength. The first require
meat of Alcoholica Anonymous is
that one admit his Inability to help
himself. Until this step is taken,
Alcoholics Anonymous canlot
help. Until this step is taken, even
God cannot help us, because we
will not accept His aid. Once we
ask, His grace Is ours.
Strength to endure to overcome
these are gifts of tho strong Sor
of God.

NO STOPPING HIM
PORT COLBORNE, Ont. (UPI)
When Capt. O. Kruger of the
Danish tanker Asia was told that
the bridge of his ship was six feet
too wide to get through the Wei Weiland
land Weiland Canal, Kruger promptly or.
dered three feet cut off each side
and sailed through.

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day to bypass the conservative conservativecontrolled
controlled conservativecontrolled House Rules Commidee
unless it clears s 112,100,000,000
Democratic housing bill for floor
consideration "pretty soon."
Rayburn, obviously Irked by the
delay in setting the MUM. to
the floor, told newsmen he and
other house leaders "want very
much to follow the usual course
of not bypassing the committee
on rules.
But unless the committee clears
'the bill within a reasonable time,
he said, the Democratic leader leader,ship
,ship leader,ship will resort to rarely-usel
parliamentary devices to force the
measure to the floor without com committee
mittee committee approval.
The measure has been pending
for more than two months in the
committee, which acts as a traffic
cop in sending legislation to the
floor for action.
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ing Banking Committee, the bill contains
many features opposed by Presi President
dent President Eisenhower and conserva conservatives
tives conservatives in Congress, including an ex expansion
pansion expansion of federally subsidized
public housing.-
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ministration administration -supported "must"
provisions, including the replenish replenishment
ment replenishment of the dwindling mortgage mortgageinsuring
insuring mortgageinsuring authority of the Federal
Housing Authority (FHA).
Unless Congress takes action
within the next month or two, the
entire FHA mortgate program is
threatened with collapse.
The rules committee refused by
a tie vote of 6-6 to send the mea measure
sure measure to the floor for action. Block
ing the bill was a conservative
coalition of the committee's tol:r
Republican members and two of
the eight Democrats.
Since then, Democratic and Re Republican
publican Republican leaders have made it
clear that neither party wants to
take the responsibility for mat mating
ing mating the deadlock.
The Senate early this, year ap approved
proved approved a $2,650,000,000 housing
bill. The President proposed a
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as Sir Samuel Hoare, died today.
He served as Foreign Secrete Secretery
ry Secretery for six months in 1935 Until
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cretary, Secretary, Lord Privy Seal and Min Minister
ister Minister for Air.
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ain's Britain's World War II Ambassador
to Spain.
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1944. He recently became a pro prominent
minent prominent advocate of abolishing
capital punishment in peace time.
He served in the House of Com Commons
mons Commons from 1910 to 1944. His po political
litical political career nearly went into
eclipse following the outbreak of
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, player, a man on marimba and
vibes and a bass player "to lay
down a good beet. Among them, 1
they play 50 instrumentsfrom a
Japanese samisen to au African
thumb piano, The only thing he
doesn't have is a Hawaiian steel 1
guitar; Denny says he's resisted I
all temptation to do typical
Hawaiian music.
His only probleamnow he's so I
successful he doesn't have inuch
time to spend in Hawaii, where he 11
has a home and family.
"But this is my chance to make
it big," Denny says, "and have
something to provide security for
my family. For a few years. I'll
give it a whril. Then it's back to
Hawaii for me."

They're growing them younger
all the time. A new hit is Kenny
Rossi, Who is all of 15. His first
record, a hit on Adelphii, is ".Pro ".Problem
blem ".Problem Child" and !'llock Away the
Teardrops," which got off to a
fast start on The Dick Clark Shoe.
Rossi is another Philadelphian,
following in the frantic footsteps
of two fellow Philadelphians, Fa Fabian
bian Fabian and Frankie Au ion. He's
just a kid, of coude, and chances
are his voice still has a few
changes left in,it; But he leen'''.
to have a big potential.
One thing he definitely has is Et
following of rabid lam Proof of
his 'appeal is one set of statistics.
Last fall, when Dick Clark men mentioned
tioned mentioned on his Tv show that ft was
Kenny's birthday, the next 'malt
brought in more thaa.,3,006,)irth;
day cards-Land 151 paits Mtn
links.

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but don't know where to start,
here's a tip. With so many albums
out on every piece, it's difficult
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Dick's Picks Harry Belafon Belafonte
te Belafonte works Ms usual magic on his
RCA release, "Dar lin' Cora."
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Pianist Susana I Deutsch Wei Weibel
bel Weibel -will make her sthmian debut
next Thursday, at 8:15 p.m. at
the DSO JWB Armed Forces
Service Center, Balboa.
The US0-3WB is presenting
Mrs. Weibel's program in comme commemoration
moration commemoration of the Ilth anniversa anniversary
ry anniversary of the founding of the state of
Israel, and the program will in include
clude include selections from Bach, Haydn,
Chopin and Debussy, in ad addition
dition addition to one of the artist's owk
compositions.
Mrs. Weibel, a graduate of the'
Conservatory "Manuel de Fella"
of Buenos Aires, has also Studied
under the wel-known Italian pia pianist.
nist. pianist. Lydia Negri and later took
advanced instruction in both pa pano
no pano and composition. with Caye Cayetano
tano Cayetano Marcelb
She has received much recogni recognition
tion recognition for her talents, including the
Gold Medal of Buenos Aires,
which was awarded her in 19'1,.
Prior to her arrival in Panama in
1957, she gave a series of reci recitals
tals recitals in Buenos Aires and throi.gh throi.ghout
out throi.ghout Argentina.
Servicemen will be admitted
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NEW YORK, May 8 (UPI) Hey Ma, that
mr's here again!
You know which one, Stan (The Man) Musial,
the fellow they said was gone for good.

All that talk about Musial being
through resulted from his pitiful
still this season, but the 38-yearold
Cardinal slugger kept insisting
that's all it was all talk.
By way of proving his point, he
smashed the 400th homer of his
career in the ninth inning last
night to beat the Cubs, 4-3, and
elemate the tpirits of the last-place
Cards somewhat even if he could
rot lift them in the National
League standings.
The homer, struck off reliever
Don Elston, was Musial's second
in as many games and mad him
the sixth man in major league
history to reach the 400 bracket.
'The only fi-e who hit more were
Babe Ruth (714). Jimmy Eoxx
(534), Mel Ott (511). Lon Gehrig
(493) and Ted Williams (482).
Musial's wallon travelled more
than 400 feet and capped a game
In IttMch home runs accounted for
all the scoring. Two. homers by
JiM- Marshall and Ernie Banks'
sekrtnth a the siepson gave the
Cubs a 3-0 lead but St. Louis tied
thh-:score in the sixth inning on
George Crowe's pinch three-run
, Muter. 'Reliever Howie Nunn
'blanked the Cubs over the last
three innings for his second victo victory.?
ry.? victory.?
Pittsburgh defeated Philadelohia
5-4, in 10 innings, and Los Angeles
niAtied San Francisco, 2-1, in the
on4sr other N L. games scheduled.
thltimore '.-0ok over undisputed
pogs&sion of second place in the
Atherican League with a 10-1 tri triumOh
umOh triumOh over Washington, and De Detrlt
trlt Detrlt licked Boston, 3-1. in the on ontrwo
trwo ontrwo games plaYed in that cir circut'
cut' circut' The Pirates won their game
, from the Phils much in the man manner
ner manner the Cards did from the Cubs.
OnY instead of Musial, Ted Kills Killszrwki
zrwki Killszrwki did the honors when he
stenped up and hit Jim Owens'
first Ditch in the 10th inning for
his first homer of the year.
OWens held Pittsbnrgh to seven
',its and Kluszewski collected
th'rte of thent. Barry Anderson and
Ed 'Bouchee each hamered off Pir-'epostarter
Vern Law. Elroy Face
pif4hed the 10th for Pittsburgh and
g-'-led his fourth straight victory.
lvorm Larker, subbing for Gil
7'-:-es at first base after the
Dodger veteran pulled a muscle in
the third inning, belted a ,two-run
hoi4ter nff Jack Sanford in the 41h
ard that was all the Dodgers need needed
ed needed ,as Stan Williams turned the
Gi---', hark on six hits.
Mitt Mays had a single, dot'.
ble and a triple for the Giants
and also contributed two stolen
bases, but he killed a San Franr.-0
relly when he swung at a
wide pitch and popped up as Wit.
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purposely with two on and one
out in the eighth.
Rookie Jerry Walker of the
Orioles snapped a three-game win winning
ning winning streak for the Senators when
he stopped them on five hits. Bal Baltimore,
timore, Baltimore, on the other hand, rapped
out 17 hits off loser Pedro Ramos
and three relievers. Three of those
blows were homers by Gus Trian Triandos,
dos, Triandos, Bob Nieman and Al Pilarcik.
Washington's lone run came as a
result of Reno Bertoia's homer in
the eighth.
Frank Lary, akled by four dou double
ble double plays, WW1 his third straight
game in pitching the Tigers to vic victory
tory victory over the Red Sox. Lary gave
up eight hits. Larry Doby singled
Charlie Maxwell across with De Detroit's
troit's Detroit's first run in the fourth inning
and then singled home Larry Os Osborne
borne Osborne when the Tigers broke a 1-1
tie with two runs in the sixth.
Ike De lock was the loser. It
marked the first time in 15 gamei gameiat
at gameiat Briggs Stadium this season not
one home run was hit by either
team.
Chord lio Boxing
Club Opens Season
Sunday At RP Gym
The Chorrillo Amatetir Boxing
Club will open its 1959 season Sun Sunday
day Sunday night at the National GYm
with a six-bout card scheduled to
get underway at 8:30.
The program, which was releas released
ed released by vicf-president Alfonso Casti Castillo
llo Castillo today, is as follows:
Leopoldo Campbell vs. Carlos
Real-105 puonds.
Roberto Nelson vs. Encarna Encarnacion
cion Encarnacion Guerrero-105 pounds.
Rolando Ruiz-vs. Mamuel Va VaWoo
Woo VaWoo 115 pounds.
Bredio Correa vs. Julio Ruiz Ruiz125
125 Ruiz125 pounds.
Rodo Ifo Cortez vs. Osvaldo Zorrilla-119
pounds.
Ernesto Valdelamar vs. Salva Salvador
dor Salvador Melendez 127 pounds.
All of the bouts are set for three
rounds.
General admisidn' will be 25
cents and ringside, 50 cents.
RETURNS TO MOSCOW
LONDON (UPDRussia's am ambassador
bassador ambassador to Britain Jacob Malik
returned to Moscow yesterday to
consult with Soviet government
officials on the East-West foreign
ministers' conference beginning in
Geneva next weeL
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Martinz Drops
Hokin-One
At Panama

Louis Martinz, one of the best
known mashie swingers at the
Panama Cro if Club, notched his
name into the local golfing Hall
of Fame yesterday afternoon with
a hole-in-one on the fourth hole.
Martinz, a six-handicap player
and current chairman of the
greens committee of the Panama
Club, used a six-iron on the 142
yard, par three hole. The ball was
stright for the pin all the way
from tee to green, hit about 8 fel.
short of the pin, bounced once and
roiled into the cup for his first
ace.
A former president of the Pa Panama
nama Panama Golf Club, Martinz was
playing in a six-some with Maury
Muller and Frank Morrice as his
partners against Dr. Aurelio
Arias, Jim Ridge and Pro Anibal
Macaron. The match was a two twohall
hall twohall affair, and regardless of
Martinz hole-in-one, his team fail failed
ed failed to win a point on the hoic as
his partners bogeyed while the
opponents had a pair of pars.
For the day, Martinz had a 40-
37-77. His group played the pack
nine first and he toured the layout
in one over par figures. On the
front nine, he ended up with a 40
having only a single par in the
remaining five holes after scoring
his hole-in-one.
Martinz was using the well
know Dunlop 65 ball.
In addition to Martinz' outstand outstanding
ing outstanding shot, Panama's Foreign Min Minister,
ister, Minister, Miguel Moreno, holed out
his third shot on the par 5 17th
hole for an eagle.
Moreno's partner in a five-some
was Gordon Dalton against C. Paz
Rodriguez, Charley Howell and
Mike Maduro.
And, like Martinz, Morcnos
eagle failed to win a pint as his
partner had a bogey while their
opponents had a pair of pars.
Needless to say, those in atten attendance
dance attendance at the club yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon "had a hall' as guests of
Martinz.
LEADING
HITTERS
(Based on 50 official at bats)
National League
G AB R
20 83 19
18 56 7
16 22 13
21 87 21
24 92 13
19 69 10
22 79 16
19 76 14
21 85 18
22 90 12
H Pct.
41 .494
22 393
23 .371
Aaron, Mil.
Burgess, Pitts.
Bruton, Mil.
Pinson, Cinci.
Banks, Chicago
Bouchee, Phila.
Moon, L.A.
Post, Phila.
Temple, Cincl.
Mays, S.F.
32
32
24
27
26
29
30
.368
.348
.348
.342
.342
.341
.333
American League
Fox, Chicago 21 90 11
Kuenn, Detroit 16 63 9
Power, Cleve. 20 83 20
White, Bos. 16 M 6
Ka line, Detroit 22 90 9
Wood ling, Balti. 19 52 9
Maris, K. City 22 86 16
Tasby, Balti. 22 87 16
Strickland, Cle. 20 69 14
Malzone, Boston 20 82 16
Bridges, Detroit 22 79 5
35
24
31
20
33
18
.289
.381
.373
.370
.367
.346
.337
.333
.333
.329
.329
29
29
23
27
26
Runs Batted In
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Robinson, Reds 27
Demeter, Dodgers 26
Banks, Cubs , 2
263
Pinson, Reds
Aaron, Braves 22
Mathews, Braves 22
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Triandos, Orioles 21
Lemon, Senators 21
Cerv, Athletics 20
Killebrew, Senators 19
Skowron, 'Van Vets 19
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Home Runs
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Mathews, Braves 9
Aaron, Braves 8
Demeter, Dodgers 7
Robinson, Reds 7
Banks, Cubs 7
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
PlIebrow, Senators 8
Lemon, Senators 7
Co lavito, Indians 8
Jensen, Red Sox 6
. Yost, Tigers 6
ElEApING ElEApING,
, ElEApING, PITCHEgs
(Based on 2 or more clectstons)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
L Pet.
Burdette, Brave 1 00
Face, Pirates 4 1.000
Klippstein, Dodgers It 0 1.000
I'M MI. Cards 1 .750
Sanford, Giants 4 2 .66T.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Mc "Ash, Indians 3
Pappas, Orioles 3
Wilhelm, Orioles 3
Fischer, Senators 2
Walker, Orioles 2
Larsen, Yankees 2
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Baseball's greatest crowd, in spirit
and size, added today to the living
legend of Roy Campanella.
A record crowd of 93,103 jam jammed
med jammed Memorial Coliseum last night
to see the hometown Dodgers play
the world champion Yankees in an
exhibition gameand tp honor a
player most of his fans never saw
in action.
The outcome of the gamewon

VFW Teener League Attempts
To Keep up Scheduie Tmorrow

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Plagued by the rainiest weath weather
er weather encountered since the incep inception
tion inception of the V.F.W. Teener Baseo
ball League in 1955, the league's
attempts to maintain its schedule
has been difficult. Two single
games have been scheduled for
tomorrow. Fastlich will play host
to Curundu at Ft. Clayton and
the Armed Forces will tackle At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic at Mt. Hope Stadium.
Sunday will feature a double doubleheader
header doubleheader at Ft. Clayton with Fasvi
lich playing Atlantic in the first
game. In the wind-up, Armed
Forces tests Curundu. The games
both days begin at 1 p.m. In the
event of postponement or swkch
in diamonds, an announcement
will be 'made over OEN.
The remainder of the league
schedule is as follows:
Saturday, May 16Balboa Fast Fastlich
lich Fastlich vs Armed Forces.
Saturday, May 17Clayton At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic vs Fastlich
Ike Chestnut
Due Tomorrow
For Santa Go
US Negro featherweight boxer
Ike Chestnut is scheduled to ar arrive
rive arrive on the Isthmus from Mexico
tomorrow to begin training for a
ten-round bout with Panama 126-
pound champion Jesus Santama Santamaria
ria Santamaria Sunday, May 17 at the Colon
Arena.
Chestnut, who up to recently
was ranked among the world's
ten best featherweights by the
National Boxing Association of
America, defeated Mexico's Er Ernesto
nesto Ernesto Figueroa last Saturday.
The Mexican Is tenth in thp
NBA's May ratings.
Chestnut will be fighting a Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian for the second time. He
dropped a decision to former lo local
cal local featherweight king Isidro
Martinez less than two years ago
in the US.
It is generally accepted that.
Chestnut will be the classiest op opponent
ponent opponent that the unbaaten Santa-.
maria has faced thus far.

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by the Yankees, 6-2, was of sec secondary
ondary secondary importance for the Los
Angeles fans, who waited more
than a year to pay their respects
to the partially-paralyzed Cam Campanella
panella Campanella on his big benefit night.
The crowd web almost 7;000
greater than the previous baseball
record-86,288 set at the fifth game
of the 1948 Indian-Braves World
Series in tleveland.
Campanella will receive around
0 .,..
Sunday, May 17Clayton Curun
du vs Armed Forces.
Saturday, May Balboa
Armed Forces vs Atlantic.
Saturday, May 23Balboa'Fast 23Balboa'Fastlich
lich 23Balboa'Fastlich vs Curundu.
Sunday, May 24Clayton Curun
du vs Atlantic.
Sunday, May 24Clayton' Arm Armed
ed Armed Forces vs Fast heti.
Sunday, May 31Clayton Cu.
rundu vs Atlantic.
Sunday, May 31Clayton Fast,
lich vs Armed Forces..
The committee toselect the 15
beat players to form the all star
team that competes in the Natio
nal Teen-er Baseball Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament at Hershey, Pa. this Aug AuguSt,
uSt, AuguSt, is headed by Gilbert Morland,
well known baseball authority, on
the Atlantic side. The managers
and coaches make up' the rest of
the committee.
The V.F.W. Teener League wt.'.
hold its next meeting to discuss
fund. raising and other important
business, Friday evening, May 15,
at the Margarita Clubhouse. The
meeting will start promptly at
7:30 p.m. and the public is invit
ed to attend.
Boone Joins KC
After Talk With
White Sox' Veeck
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI) Pay
Boone, a 10-year major league
veea joined the A's Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night after saying he aoula
quit baseball before playing tor
Kansas City.
Boone went to the A's a.
trade Sunday for first 'baseman 'basemanoutfielder
outfielder 'basemanoutfielder Harry Simpson.
The White Sox said they were
prepared to pay Kansas City,eash
to keep Simpson, but Boone
changed his quitting plans after
talking with Sox co-owner Bill
Veeck.
TWO DIE IN FLOODS
STOCKHOLM (UPI)--Floodwiters
from four rivers covered
large areas of central and nort!
ern Sweden yesterday, damaging
homes and farms and forcing nu numerous
merous numerous factories to close tempo temporarily.
rarily. temporarily. At least two persons died
in the floods.

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$0,000tho Dodgers' share of Hut
profitsfront tits boriefit. Tho
Yankses' sham will WI turned
oval. to the New York sandlot
baseball 'fund.
'This is something I will never
forget for the rest of my life," said
Roy, after he was wheeled to sec second
ond second base for the pre-game ceremo ceremony.
ny. ceremony. The crowd stood as one for a
' spontaneous cheer that lasted near nearly
ly nearly three minutes as Campy, tra tragically
gically tragically injured in a 4958 auto ac accident,
cident, accident, was wheeled on to the field
'by former teammate Pee Wee
'Reese, now a Dodger coach.
The formor Dodger catcher,
throe times honorock as tho Na National
tional National Laaguo's most valuable
player, sat silently aa Wuhan of officialsamong
ficialsamong officialsamong them loop prosi prosidont
dont prosidont Warren Giles and civic
loaders,pralsod his courage and
faith.
Then, as the crowd became (M (Met,
et, (Met, Campanella spoke briefly, slow slowly,
ly, slowly, carefully.
"I want to thank each and every
one of you good people for this
ceremony," he said. "This is some something
thing something I will never forget for the
rest of my life and I want to thank
the Yankees and Mr. Del Webb for
their Part in 'it, and the Dodgers
and Mr. O'Malley for making it
possible.
"I thank God I'm here, living to
be able to see it."
The linescore:
New York 001 014 000-6'13 2
Los Angelei 000 010 100-2 7 1
Maas, Rucks (4), Duren (6),
Shantz (8) and Iloward; Koufax,
Erskine (6), Snyder' (8) and Rose Roseboro.
boro. Roseboro. WPDuren. LPKoufax.
HRsSiebern.
lovenguth Gains
Fifth WinHalf
Of Team's Total
NEW YORIt,' May 8 (UPI)
Don't blame Lynn Lovenguth of
the Columbus Jets for crowing a
bitIoday, for all 'he's done so far
in the Internatlonal League this
SOBSOn is win five gamesexactly
half the number his club has
won.
The righthandet chalked up
No. 5 last 'night, 'scattering eight
hits for a 9-2 victory that boost boosted
ed boosted the jets into a virtual three threeway
way threeway tie for third place. Home
'runs m Virgst ancr
Balch highlighted the Columbus
attack against three Havana
pitchers.
The Montreal Royals defeated
the Toronto Maple Leafs twice,
10-5 and 18-1 to tighten the
spread .between first and seventh
place to oily four and one onehalf
half onehalf games. Rene Valdes picked
up the vittory in the first game
and Ron Negray got his fourth
victory in five decisions in the
serond.
In other games, the league leagueleading
leading leagueleading Miami Marlins shaded
tbe Richmond Virginians, 6-5
and the Rochester Red Wings
clipped the Buffalo 'Bisons, 6-4.

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Teams W L' Pct. dB
Milwaukee 12 7 .632
Cincinnati 12 '9 .571 1
Los Angeles 14 11 .560 1
San Francisco 12 10 .545 112
Chicago 12 12 .500 212
Pittsburgh 10 11 .476 3
Philadelphia 9 12 .450 4
St. Louis 7 16 .304 7
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Today's Games
Chicago at St. Louis (N)
Los Angeles at S. Francisco (N)
Cincinnati at Milwaukee (N)'
Only games scheduled.
Yesterday's Results
Los Angeles 000 200 000-2 12 0
San Francisco 000 100 000-1 6 1
Williams (1-0) and Roseboro.
Sanford (4-2), G. Jones and
Schmidt.
(Night Game)
000 102 000-3 10 0
000 003 001-4,11 0
Chicago
St. Louis
Drabowsld, Elston (0-1) and S.
Taylor:
McDaniel, W. Smith, Nunn (2-1)
and H. Smith, Green.
(Night Gams)
Philadelphia 020 020 000 0-4 10 1
Pittsburgh 000 400 000 1-5 7 0
Owen (1-2) and Sawatski.
Law, Face (4-0) and Kravitz,
Foi les.
(Only games scheduled)
GUNCLUB
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PEDRG MIGUEL
Next Sunday, May 10 at 10 a.m..
the Pedro Miguel Gun Club will
hold a 100 target trap shoot at the
range-top of Paraiso Hill on Gail Gaillard
lard Gaillard Highway.
This is to,be a pre:state shoot shootopportunity
opportunity shootopportunity to -get in practice on
legal targets. Registered with the
ATA, if so requested.
1.
The prOgram .1)e sliot in
four 25 target events. 50 targets
from 16 yard irse and 50 fam
ATA handicap yardage.
Five prizes of useful sports
merthandise will be given away
to the five high scores on the
overall. High overall gets first
choice, then down the line, No
shooter can win more than one
prize.
Both skeet and trap ranges will
be open for practice before and
after the program is hot. As us usual
ual usual cold drinks will be selfserv selfservire.
ire. selfservire. Plenty of parking space and
guaranteeed legal targets.

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Timms W L Pct. at
Clove land 14 6 .700 0
Baltimore 13 9 .591 2T.:
Washington 13 11 542 34,'
Chicago 11 10 .524 2.A
Kansas City 11. lt
Boston 9 11 450 5
Now York 9 12 ,429
Detroit 6 16 473 9..
Today's Games
Cleveland at Chicago (N)
Kansas City at Detroit (N)
Boston at Baltimore (N) "''
Only games scheduled.
Yesterday's Results ".'.
Boston 000 010 000-71 21:3,
Detrpit 000 102 00x-4 6- 1
Delock (3-1), Kiely and White:,
Lary (3-2) and Berberet
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(Night Game) ---
Baltimore 050 200 030-10 17-1
Washington 000 000 010 1 5
Nta Liter (2-0) and Triandos, Gins.
berg.
Ramos (3-3), Valentinetti, Krai:
lick, Hyde and Fitzgern4.
Only games scheduled,
Balboa-AC Owlet OwletPacific
Pacific OwletPacific Civilians
Enfry In JC Totirnef ::
The Balboa Athletic Club has
accepted a bid to the civilian enr1
trv for the Pacific side. ,,
In the 1958 competition the, GM.
Agency was the entry for the Pk,
cific side. They defeated the JIM
ior College 57-43 in the touriW,
ment opener feel victiim tO a po powerful
werful powerful Clayton team in their sec second
ond second try. The Clayton team to(,)1c
runner-up. honors last year.
Three members of last ygar's
starting five are ready to go.,a,g
gain for a team that has changed
names but little else. DicX Qa,ter;
Larry Horine, and Ray Nbibitt
are the three returning startciA.
Coach Charlie McArthur Iva
have plenty of able .replacemen4,
this year in the perms otkRay;
Nickisher. Bill Joyce, Wally Trut
Carl Tocherman, Roy Culbreth,
Bob Gibson and Bill Hoyke.
1 McArthur will sorely miss
services of big Culbreth',Barkowst
;who was the keystone of Int
year's akgregation. Roy Ctilbre!.li
may prove a capable understuU
for big Cy a,nd the club will no
doubt center. around him. a
Due to the large supply of cu cuable
able cuable ,athletes in the metropolis
Balboa and its environs the Bgh
boa Athletic Club is the perenntaL
favorites in the big basket:418R
event of the year) This could be.
the year in which they will fla
fill the annual prophecy of tius tiushandicapper.
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2' -; Tony linkus recovered -..from
- out-Cd-botulds Iwo stroke, petal
, ty on-No. 3 bole last Sunday after after'
' after' noon at -the Summit Rills COLS
. und Country Club right eight bird
- les to finish even, with par and
cop medalist honors in the 1959
' njuvenia ,Watch Tournament., '
, Anibal Galindo led the
' bop with his 71 earlier in tht woe
end George Rileyt playing in the
;4i foirsome directly ahead of 'lank 'lank'
' 'lank' es; ted.. Galindo's 11. ,With
,clubliouse thinkine of p
' plity-off with Galindo for,medalist
honors Jankus.' finished with a
on No., le, a par, on No.'17,
an missed a ,short hirdie putt
en"No. 18 to finish up With his 70
,' Sot the par TO Summit layout.
- One of the surprises., of, the
qualifying rotmds was the six over
par 16 turned in by Doctor Berl)
',I Mitten, winner et the receMly com
pleted PAA tournament.m Mitten
'" landed at the cut-off mark for the
championship .with
- Tommie, Jacks, and Leo
Dehlinger.
'Three names ,were 'drawn from
' the hat, but they weren't Mitten's
' so the long hitting 'finalist with

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dreW Tatter than diop'back, Into
the first flight, tyre a men bl his
golfing' Witt- does ,,, not belong.
There-were at least three :' othbr
top golfers who ,may have quali qualified
fied qualified for the ,first flight, but they
too wiihdrew,, Among these top
golfers and sportsmen were Jim
Riley, BM LeStrun ond Don Hause
, Pairings' for the first round. of
mateh. pity slintination ars shown
below. Ilatehes may be arranged
Ito suit, each golterr but if ,a time
and date tan not be agreed upon
the, official starting time will be
9 a.m., Sunday,: May 10. All first
round matches must be- played by
sundown Sunday. Telephone num numbers
bers numbers of each golfer are listed at
Ithe Summit Golf Club, and may
be obtained by calling 4-388.
!Championship PRght
- Upper Bracket
Tony Jankus vs, Webb
Hearn (74)
John Crichton (73) vs Vince
Umbras (15) 4
George' Riley (711 vs D. h16-
Conkey. (75)
J. L. DesLondes Jr. (73) Vs Jim
Hinklk (76)

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Tour newcomers art schedtded
to make their tebut, this weekend.'
Two-year-old Chilean-bred colt
' Brandt' is entered TO tomorrow's
, tenth race. Sunday lwo-year-old
Argentine Fine ,and Alta
;1 Gracia Akre slated 4o start in the
sceond ,race; ;
a Brandal, a bay son 'of SAWA
Meridian-Borla-Negra, is owned by
the Stud Magni and trained by Ed Eduardo
uardo Eduardo E. YOUng.
-Onassis, a giant-sized chestnut
otspring of Marial-Nitjera, is the
pteperty of Dr. Juan Manuel Nel Nelo
o Nelo son and Is under the care of Luis
IttFarrugia.
Pille, owned and traine4 by Isaac
(Maestro) Gustines, is 'a brown
4 daughter of Snob out of Fabiola.
" Altigrada; chestnut filly by
Alfayete-Intuicin,' is the property
cit'the StKrta Pomarada. Felix
, Rpdriguet does' the training.:
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La Dealr4 Vall bought' by
he'd Griffith, Miming 'Demare
her 'nevrt trainerl..eta Pelirroja
hjs:heen, turned oyer to Mauricid,
Goes toe traitang. 't k
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.1 a mak tibial" bought Solduclus
ii'Pd turned him over tb Gabriel
Crux' along with his, other racer,
tho ,nativ Don Vito '....Brandal
ihnd Tanarik will 'race without 1
blinkers beginning this wookend.
Acgordine to a reliable some,
Chilean trainer Manuel' Rivera Rivera,-
who' recently completed
sit-month suspension for being re respousible
spousible respousible In the loping of Don IA IAchb,
chb, IAchb, is. making preparations to
vitii Puerto Rico with a string of
thoroughbreds no competing at
, the President Remon racetrack.

Ready to make the trip lone
with Rivera, according to the re report,
port, report, is Chilean jockey Oscar Bra Bravo.
vo. Bravo. Rivera plans to take the follow following
ing following horses: Homan, Deauville, Sie Siete
te Siete y Medio, Pan Tostado and Pla Platen.
ten. Platen.
Albin Jos M. Bravo
(Paco Bravo's son), King Flores
and Felipe Godoy have been told
by Mexican racetrack authorities
to "pack their' bags and leave,"
according to ao unconfirmed re report.
port. report. These boys have been riding at
the Hipodromo de las Americas
with fair success. Bravo' son was
by far tho most successful of the
grotlp.
Leading !rickey Braun Bane
increased his margin ever run runnerup
nerup runnerup Amide Credidle to 63 win winnew,
new, winnew, g2 29 ---,despite being
blanked in his two trios last Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. ', ,,,,
' Jos Moe is in thhl place with
28, winners while Sandino Hernan Hernan'cleei,
'cleei, Hernan'cleei, bank( to iiVe Winnerst in
tries on Sunda, noiv a close
fourth with 28 wins.
,
Jos Reyes Olguin tops the train trainers
ers trainers with 19 winners saddled this
year. Eulogio Benedito is the run runnerun
nerun runnerun with 18 and Ernesto E. Fen Fenton
ton Fenton is third with 18.
Reyes filmed animals have
eerned $12,850 as compared to S20,-
325 gleaned by Bcnedito trained
horses.
Meanwhile, the Stud Maqui tops
the list of inonev winners with
$22,802.50. Mrs, Delia Aceved is
second with $18,945 and Gabriel
Ossa Vicufia third with $7,842,50.
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Third Flight
Upper 'locket
K. Baldwin ,ts W. Kennedy
A.-Tapia vs John Zelnich
Charles Serrell vs Leo Eberenz
G., Nelson vs Bill Bailey
, Lower Brackot
Juan Correa vs R. Chap Pelle
A. Monteath vs C., E. Bowden
Bud Myers vs H. P. Osborne
Bob Davis vs W. V. Butler.
Fourth f light
Upper Blacket
A. T. VanGolder vs W.1Swenson
A. Fraunhiem vs Joe Eddleman
'Malcolm Wheeler Sr. vs Jim
Riley Jr.
R. D. dangle vs 1, E. Lawson
Lower Bracket
, R. Rankin, vs E. R. Biagt
T. T. donovanf-tiVi'
M. L. Odgen vs Mickey'taplan'
Fred Hayes vs T. Melanson
Fifth IrAght
Uppor Bracket
J. Sipe vs D. Rudy
Les Hummel vs Dick Danielson
H. L. Anderson vs C. L. Stem Stempel
pel Stempel
H. J. Rosen NS F. R. McClain
Lower Bracket
R. D. Michel vs D. P. Hutchi Hutchison
son Hutchison D. B. Studebaker vs H. W. Finn
H. Kascher vs S A.. Bissell
Bart Mallory Jr. vs M. Wheeler
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Anibal Galindo 171). vs ,1,44,;',S.
Stubbs (73) o
Jett Kline (73), vs T,,jacks, 06)
Mary Chadwick (12),,,'yk''',Dr.
Hassel. (13)
A.J. R. Olsen (la) Lan Deblint'
er (70) 4.
Litirst
Upper Bracket '-,
BM Beeson vs Harvey- Beall
Howard Engelke vs Jack Laity
Frank Day vs Babe-Jdarquad
Belt Winger vs Ai laariwan
' Lower Breaket ""
, I. Perantie-vs Sam' Garriel
E. E. Compton Vs Bob Collins'
Jack Smith vs 141.-'r.' Smith'
J. l.' Kilcald vs Paul -Moran
' ". Bogen& NOW'
Upper" Bracket
Pete Bale its Bob Differ
' Bill Jamison vs J., F. Cain
Charlie French' vs''11. Dorfman
:Walter-Grow vs E.." W. Best
Lewer Bracket.'
R. R. Terry vs JAL,. iirittup
Randy Wickenstad' vs Bob Bowen
Carl Serger YIS 1?, P.. Ellis
J. 11, Smith vs Dale Bishop

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'5 Some weeks' ego Fred Turner
Jr: owner of aomy Lee, newest
Derby' wirmer, sat down and rid
himself of a mild beef b the 10TM
of a- letter to Jimmy who
handicaps horses for New, ',York
and CalliOnlia tracks. ,- -
On the' basis of' their perfor performune.
mune. performune. as 2-year-olds, Kilroe as assigned
signed assigned 128 pounds to First Land--
1211 to Single M Tomy, a sta statistical
tistical statistical prediction ,- that as. 2-
year-olds the former would eitcell
theilatter by Abe margin ,inclicat ,inclicated,'
ed,' ,inclicated,' or, as weight is commowy
gured, by a length in a mile and
a quarter race, which. is the Der Derby
by Derby .distancel ,
Turner pointed out -that:bla Colt
had run First Lending to a head
in the Champagne- Stakes last
fall after shipping here from the
West Coast, that- he' had been
forced to start cold,- or, without a
tune-up, and, finally,, that it had
not been truly run race; any anyhow.
how. anyhow.
Continuing, the Midland, Tex.,
oilman wrote: "And two Weeks
later in the Garden State Stakes,
TOmy Lee, on the outside all the
way, ran at least 25,0 feet further,
than First Landing, and then go
beat, by one foot What's more,
he was going to win if, he hiiidn't
stepped m a soft stop 50 ards
from the finish line.
"Now let me ask you this: If
we had stayed in California, do.
you think First. -Landing --would
have come looking for- id I have
to doubt it. Be that as it may, he
certainly won'rhave to look for us,
tbis year. We'll be folldWing iiirn
so closely he'll think Tomy Lee
is his shadow." If this limpid'
like a Texan, it also sowids re-'
freshingly like a sportaman.
They -came, together .for the
first time this, year in tbe DEby,
and while Turner proved his int,
ironically, it wasn't First nd nding
ing nding his colt had to beat, it was
Sword Dancer, who hadn't figur figured
ed figured in the controversy at all. Sin Sin14
14 Sin14 just did get up to Win at the
end of a 'long, thrilling, rough roughhouse
house roughhouse duel through the stretch,
'with First Landing third, beaten
by nearly three, lengths.

Wring on Univac ,,,,
Did the best horse Win?' FrOM
us you get an argument ;lad the
post positions been reversed,
Sword Dancer, we feel, had to
win it. He started from far out
side in post 14; Turner's colt was
ideally placed in post nine, al almost
most almost dead center. The Dancer
had to lose scads of ground to
get racing room,aandi oven Ahem,'
was beatsn only by inches.
In this department's book,'"' the
best horse had to settle for place
and in Kilroe's book the Dan Dancer
cer Dancer was Weighted six poundi in inferior
ferior inferior to First Landing, tour
pounds worse than Single Id and
one 'pound back of a thing called
Dunce, who is still running, ,
First Landing was either oVer oVerrated
rated oVerrated as a 2-year-old, or has yet
to reach peak form, and nosV,' Li Liter
ter Liter seven starts there has to bel
doubt as the Ms intrinsic class., If
he were a real smasher, he would
have pulled away in the final
quarter, which was run in grand grandfather
father grandfather clock time, What ground

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he gabled was delusive, since he
was MOVing up on' the spent lead.
ers. And the same was. probably
true of the long shot Royal Orbit,
eighth at the mile, fourth at the
finish. Bucked his shins.. The
mile 'and half Belmient could be
his cup of tel. Without lemon,
please.

Morse Was the Here
The official position of fouls in
the Derby' seems to be 'that if the
rider bringa 'the !terse back alive
nothing else metters. Willie Shoe Shoemaker
maker Shoemaker on Tomy Lee and Bill Bo Boland
land Boland om Sword Dancer,' facing as
teamin the stretch, bumped re repeatedly.
peatedly. repeatedly. ,04 Boland'a protest, the
stewirdi viewed the film, and af after
ter after long wait, decided that one
good bump deserves another. The
race thus stood as run, and stub stubborn
born stubborn dissidents were gently re reminded
minded reminded that, after all, boys will
be boys.
,
It is readily' aveed here that
Shoemaker handled his mount
well, but we refect as pure horse
feathers that assertion that Sinsie
M couldn't have won without him.
We think the reverse is true, what
else was Shoemaker to do but dig
into hie horse and try to bestir
him to blare effort, when the
Dancer briefly coffered him?
.
And what happens if the horse
lacks the courage and the desire
to come on again? The Shoe set settles
tles settles for second -money. Tomy Lee
was dead tired, but he was also
dead game, and he was the real
hero of the Derby, even if he
doesn't know how to spell his own
name.

Doro Head Knode
In net Exhibition
Al Diablo Sunday

Isthmian tennis enthusiasts
and budding Canal Zone tennis
stars will bo givon an opportu opportunity
nity opportunity Sunday afternoon to wit witnal)
nal) witnal) an exhibition tennis match
botwoon Mrs. Dorothy Head
Knobs, the fourth-ranking wo
man tennis p!ayor in the Unitad
Statos, and Mrs. Connie Ball,
forma,' ranking player and pro prosantly
santly prosantly an athletic instructor ;3
ths Division of Schools.,
''Tha atch t k t,
a a p
3 p.m. Sunday at the Diablo
Heights Tennis Courts under
Ms) auspicas of ths Canal Zona
Division of Schools.

Following the match between
the two Women tennis chem.
pions, an exhibition d ub I a s
match will. be held with Mrs.
,and Mrs. Ball together
with William Htle and Webb
Hearne, two of the Canal Zone's,
bestknown tennis players.
The general 'public,. as we:I
os filo members of Canal Zona
tennis classes, are invited to
attended the matches.

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The 1959 Kodak "Brookline" Golf
tournament will start at the Pan Panama
ama Panama Golf Club this Stmday, ac according
cording according to an announcement by
the tournament committee today.
One of the most recent,. but also
most popular tournaments, the
Kodak 'Brooldine" tourney in involves
volves involves teamt of two players ver versus
sus versus each other.
Each of the four players drive
from each tee, then select which
ball (of each,leam) shall be played
to each hole. The ball is then play played
ed played alternately by each player of
each side, until holed out. The
same procedures is applied on
each of the 18 holes of the match.
Each team is' composed of two
players whose combined handicaps
must exceed a total of 20.
The prizes for the winners of the
tournament will be smart, new 16
tom Kodak movie cameras. while
Kodaks of other types will be a awarded
warded awarded the second, third and
fourth place teams.
Pairings for the tourney matches
are listed below, 1th team handi handicaps.
caps. handicaps. Three-fourths of the stated
handicap will be allowed for each
match:

Kaseher-Mitten (23) vs J. Ridge Ridge&
& Ridge& De Mena U1).
C. P. Rodriguez-W. Hearne (20)
vs Beeson-G.IL Lee (23).
R. Watson-Woodruff (24) vs V. E.
Williams-Mahone (23).
El leh-M. Byrne (21) vs R. Torrel-D.
Hakim (23)-
G. Cruz-E. Carter (33rvs Bab-7.
L. Correa (20).
D. Guernier-LeBrun (21) vs J.
Pow, Rodrignez-Hooberry (22).
Davis-S. Kent (30) vs F. Baldwin-J.
Bovd (23).
F. Humbert-J. Valdes (21) vs R.
Dehlinaer-Robbins (21).
J. DesLondes-Swenson (21) vs
Nene Arias-E Aleman (23).
M. Madura-Saartnen (20) vs
Baumgardner-Laly1 22).
A. Arias-Cain (21) vs C. Arosemena-T.
Brown (30).
Dr. J. Massot-A. Tanis (21) vs
Moran-J. Hernandez (25).
Dalton-Fidanoue (22) vs J. Vallarinn-Cbandeck
(20).
L. K. Baldwin-Hinkle (23) vs
Pierpoint-Mercer (23)-
Muller-Duran 20) vs Z. Westman-L.
Arango (21).

Top US Golf Pros
Tee Off In S25 G'
Oklahoma City Open

OKLAHOM CITY (UPDThe
nation's top professional golfers
got a chance to gain more grodnd
on Art Wall Jr., the top money
winner, as they teed off today ip
the $25,000 Ok Idhoma City Open.
Wall-was' fordd to withdraw on
his physician's orders because of
herma trouble. s
The Masters champion, who
also skipped the Colonial Nation National
al National Invitation last week, has Wen
five ittles and $31,330 this season.
Most of the 150 entries alio
played at least one practice
round over the tree-lined, par72
Twin Hills Country Cinb layout
termed the course 'exacting."
Pushing to gain on Wall's lead
among the entries here were
Gene Littler, who is second in
winnings; Arnold Pilmer, who
ranks third; Billy Maxwell, who
rates fifth; Mike Souchak, 'who
ranks No. 6; Jay Hebert, No. 7,
and Doug Ford, No. 9.

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1st Race 7th 'Series imp. I iggs;Porso 6456100 Pa&
First Race of the Double
1-Second Branch Ir. Justi.109z Good early speed
2-Ramo J. Samaniego 110 Bates fair chance 4-14
3-Mi Cautiva H. Hidalgo 103z Good recent races ,-, .21,
4-Skoll A. Perez 115 Mutuels favorite 3-2
5-Matriculaao J. Talavera 113 Reportedly ready 0-2
6-Ben My Chree H. Gustines 115 Good early speed 2-1 ,"
7-Pepin C. Savo 110 Will fight it out 1-1

Ind

4th Race

Race "Spciars Imp. Iggs.Purso $65000

1-Joyero H. Guatines 112
2-Eroo T. Alvarez 112
3-Second Cup J.' Ta laver 105
4-Serres Road B. Baez 108
5-Aerial Trumpet A. Credi. 106
6-Blue Paint S. Hernandez 108
7-Smart Catch H. Hidalgo 9Ex

3rd Rae "B"
1-So lit
2-Marcelita
3-Chito
4-Sapa
5-Tuti Fruti

SO Rif

1-Radical
2-Marylin
4-Bugaba
5-Pil ludo
6-Silver Sun
7-Tanganica

Sth Race "Spode!" Imp. 4 Pp. Purse $650.00

1-Belduque H. de Gracia 10Rx
2-Tanarik S. Hernandez 105
3-Brandal A. Vergara 115
4-Montesco J. Talavera 113
5-San Salvador H. Hidalgo 1,07x
&Pizzo lino H. Gustinea 118

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itth, Race' Stb Sorjooi.bilpi Fes. Purse 000.00
' Cr Roc tho Double

1-Riotus
.2-Teddy
3-EI Agheila
4-Indian Call
5.Miss Patience
6-Distingo
7-Silver Heels
8-Zapaton
9-Albigence
10-Sunfair,

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7th Race 6th Series Imp. 6 Fos.
Second Komi
1-Ju lio Verne D. Madrid 112x
2-La Brisa BYBaeza 112
3-Pangal J. Talavera 110
4-Licenc lado 11.Hlthago 117
5-Renata , 112
6-The Gipsy F.,,Alvares 108
7-Latino S.; Callender 115
6-Greco M. Valenzuela 110
9-A. Rendered G. Sanchez 110
10-Fie lir H. Gustines 115
11-Pardine S. Hernandez 112

Sift Rocs "Spcial" Imp. S
Quh

1-La Pelirroja F. Alvarez 106
2-Last Moment B. Aguirre 105
3-Marsella F. Justiniani 101x
4-Atrayente B. Baeza 108
5-Rey Belot H. Gustines 118
6-Sala le S. Hernandez 108.

tth Ric 3rd Sir los imp. 3 Purse $650.00 Poet Closes 5.1115'

1-Burlingham T. Alvarez 115 Should be runnerup
2-High Day S. Hernandez 106 Good early speed
3-Sapristi V. Tejada 102x Completely outclassed
4-Santi Ilan H. Gustines 118 Seems best here
5-Tatin B. Baeza 112 Rates good chance
'6-Deauville G. Santhez 113 Seeks third straight
7-Vergnieux nidalgo 102x Last was revealing
8-Mouche xG'Ramos 97x Must go lower
9-Princesa Gitani J. Phil 106 Nothing to indicate
i0-King's Park ,A. Gonules 100 Toor recent rates

10th Race Sorls Imp. 6 Pg Purim 6500.00 Pool Cies,

1-Vespucio
2-Alamito
3-Aldar
4-Cervecero
'5-Onassis

lith Rocs 7Iti kilos Imp. 5 N. Pura $450.00 Pool Cl000s
Ono Two

1-Elko H, Hidalgo 105x
2-Dofia Flora M, len. 115
3-Corviglia G S.anchez 112
4-Roina A. Allaro 103
5-Don Milo A. Perez 113
3-Corvigha G. Sidchez 112
7-Madame Cueu J. P, Diaz 100x
8-Cordial R, Pres lin 112

Hativss 7 Fes.
S. Hernandez 108
J. Talavera 108
B. Baeza 110
R. Vasquez 115
A. Credidlo 115

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Justiniani 112x
H. Gustines 113
A. Gonzales 118
H. Hidalgo 103x
A. Credidio 1G0x
B. Aguirre110
R. Prestan 1011

C. Bovil 113
B. Baeza 113
19 Gustines 108
J. P. Diaz 97x
V. Tejada 101x
R. Prestan IO2x
J. Talav. 112
F. Alvarez 113
G Sanchez 110
A. Perez 112

Usually close up
Form indicates
--Distance handicaps
Jockey should help
Prefers shorter route
Could score again
--Long overdue

Notivim 5 Pgs. Purso $371.;;
Quiniela

Nothing recently
Jockey may help
Rates good chance
Waste of itme
Usually close up
Could surprise
Ran well in last
Form indicates
Will score soon
Could score at price

G. Sanchez 113 Can score here
F. Alvarez 105 Apparently improved
J. P. Diaz 102x Would pay nice odds
G. Ramos 105x Fastest at times
R Cristian 115 Reportedly best here

Distance tO liking
Enjoying top form
Nothing recently
Could improve here
Hard to beat now
Vastly improved
Must improve plenty
Would pay off again

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Purse 5450.00 Pool Closes 2:35
Could? score again
Strong effort last 2-1-1
Better this week 5-2 '1'
Was never better
Mutuels favorite n
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Purse $3714; Peel Ceses .!;,111
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Could surprise
Mutuels favotille EVE
Could get up now '''51:
Lacks early speed
Would Asurprise gAt
Distance to lildng 34-)
Could repeat here
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Purse $650.00 Peel Cons 5110
:;05,4
--Has shown nothing
Improving steadily '.
Unknown quantity A tiI
Improving slowly 4-
Could make it here
Could lose again ,t

Purse $450.00 Pool Closes 4:11
of the Double
Doesn't seem likely 104. t
Dangerous contender ,5-2
Must go lower 254
Strong race last time 54,4
-;-Returns from layoff ,lo,rt
--Early speed lonly 20-13
Not against these 50-1
Usually close up 15,1
Quit badly in last 2-1
Rates good chance 54
Could score again 3-1

Purse $650.00 Peel Closes 4;40;r,
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Vastly improved
Not good enough 15-1

Can score here
Vastly improved
Not good enough 15-1,
Rates fair chance 5-2
Seeks third straight EVEN
In fight to finish

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- "it' tdit 1:10Undl 'Iwo stroke, petal the first flight, ',Imre a men bl Itis ,, Anibal Galinde 171). vl 1. "4 ,o Jr: owner of Tomy Lee, newest was moving up on' the spent lead-, 4-Skoll A. Perez 115 Mutuela favorite
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ty on-No. 3 bole last Sunday atter- golfing' ebilitf does ,,,. not belong. Stubbs (73) -.-, ----, ,,-. Derby' witmer, sat down end rid era. And the same was. probably .. 3-Matriculaao J. Talavera 113 Reportedly ready 11-2 '
' ,. DOOD at -the Submit ,' Hills'. GOlt There-were at' least three :' othbr Jeff Kline (73) vs It-sjacks, (76) himself of a mild beef b the ittrin true of the long shot Royal Orbit, 6-Ben My Chree H. Gustines 115 Good early speed 2-1 ," i i-
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of a letter to Jimmy Kilroe, i who eighth at the mile, fourth at the The 1959 Kodak "Brookline" Golf 7-PoPin O. Savo 110 Will fight it out 1-1 1
'a 'Ames to' finiill even,- with Elar and tied for the trat night, but they Masset (73) Nork finish. Bucked his shins. The tournament will start at the Pan-
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IHouses 1
FOR RENT: Furnished Pent Penthouse
house Penthouse 3 bedroom, 3 bath room,
employer room. air conditioned.
Ave. lust Arosemena 31-44.
FOR .RENT: Large, completely
furnished house next to El Con Control.
trol. Control. three bedrooms large
yard, covered patio (Rollo) lune,
July and August. Calle 61 No.
2 Tel. 3-6055.
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FOR RENT:Nice foes-bedroom
ehalet, three baths, maid's room,
doble garage, Go ift Heights.
$160. PATTERSON, 3-1114.
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FOR RENT:Vacation quarters
in Gamboa, June 14 Septem September
ber September 14. Will consider 2 couples.
Phone 6-221.
FOR RENT:--.-Completely fur furnished
nished furnished ranch style 3 bedroom,
2 air-conditioned, large yard,
94th St. Francisco; available for
three months es of Juno Phone
3-3885.
10.-
FOR RENT:--Vacation quarters,
5 room furnishml haus for 3
; months. Starting, May 27. 196-8.
,,i Gatun 5-366.
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FOR RENT: Profossional or
commercial office on ground floor
Edificio ()mach corner Ave. Bol Bolles
les Bolles and Federico Boyd, 82 square
ionoters, 8125.00. Call Panama
bw4.7038.
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...11141111.00. Apartment $25.00. itth
; Street Rio Allah). Telephono 4-
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" Furnished vacation quarters in
Llialboa. On or around luly 6
nihrough Sept. 14. Phone 2-1412
lifter 3 P.m.
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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
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Panama. 9 a.m. to 10 p. 3.
Protect your bums Ind Plifded Plifdedty
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Prompt scientific treatment on
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basis. Telephone Pronto Service.
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
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LIFE INSURANCE
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life ins Co
tor rates and information
?el. Panama 2-0552
, Monday thru Friday
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Processing Csmpany. Call 1- Singapore and presented the .
6121. RAF with 15 Spitfires. June 6 June 13
June 13 June 20
,Advertise in this section Ads only cost $0.85 per col. inch ''
'' : the governor, missed a payclaY
26,1,A0boNSsINtaGte, Memicphioy(eUsP,
to- "Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo if
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tor rates and information TO UNITED KINGsoOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA GUAIRA,
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- hoped the Senate would act today
SPECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER PARES FROM '
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Apartments
FOR RENT:Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment at El Cangroje. Two bed bedrooms.
rooms. bedrooms. living room, dining room,
balcony, surrounding, maid'a
room with bathroom, garage, hot
water. Alberto Navarro street
No 41. Phone 2-2883 or 3-
1311.
FOR RENT:---Modern 2 bedroom
apartment in El Cangraio De Development.
velopment. Development. All ned and hot
water installation. Further parti particulars
culars particulars tall telephone Panama 3-
4946, after hours. 3-6737.
FOR RENT:Modern and at attractive
tractive attractive one-bedroom apartments
usw "H1SPERIA" Building,
G-1 Street, El Cangreio, with
hot water tions, laundry
conveniences, garage, etc. For in information
formation information call tel. 3-6634.
FOR RENT:Comfortable apart apartment
ment apartment one bedroom, living-dining
room. kitchen. bathroom, 2 inde independent
pendent independent entrances. Good price
S55.00, unfurnished. Furnished
$75.00, 31st Street No. 3-41.
FOR REN:--To person buying,
2 installed air conditioners, wat water
er water heater and other items. Will
leave. modern two bedroom
apartment on Tivoli Ave. and
Rocket No. 12 Apt. 24. Upstairs
DI "Avianca."
FOR RENT:Furnithed apart apartment,
ment, apartment, Army approved. clean,
mode, building, convenient loca location.
tion. location. Automobile Row No. 36.
FOR RENT: Campo Alegre.
furnished one bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment new furniture, hot water',
balcony, garage. Call 3-1789.
FOR RENT:---Large three bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms apartment, ground floor,
two bathrooms, mald's room with
bathroom, garage: patio, unfur unfurnishe4'in
nishe4'in unfurnishe4'in 11 Camel. Phone of office
fice office hours 2-0321, after office
hours 3-7708.
FOR REPIT:Beautiful ht. bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment with lovely bal balcony
cony balcony in Campo Alegre 5150.00,
tback of Raymond Clinic).
Phone 3-5749, 2-1460.
FOR RENT s--Furnished apart apartmentat
mentat apartmentat 'ground or Moor ,floora.
30 Ecuador Manua, facing 1414
fish Embassy.
FOR RINT:--Unusually attrac attractive
tive attractive apartment, fully furnighsiti
and eouipped. from early June
for 5-6 months. Campo Alepre.
Two bedrooms (one air-conditioned)
leach with bathroom.
3115.00. Tel. 3-6941 for fur.
ther' cleans.
FOR RENT: Ons bedroom
apartment, living room, dining
room, kitchen, hot water. 'Milt
F Street No. 20. Enquire apart apartment
ment apartment 4. Phone 3-3716.
NATO To Furnish
Four More Notions
Witk Nucieor Arms
PARIS (UPI) North Atlantic
Tecaty Organization headquar headquarters
ters headquarters disclosed today the United
States has signed agreements
with West Germany, the Nether Netherlands,
lands, Netherlands, Greece and Turkey to fur furnish
nish furnish them with nuclear weapons
information.
The agreements will be formal formally
ly formally announced shortly, a NATO
spokesman said, and similar
agreements are in the works with
other NATO countries'.
One of the seriesbetween the
US. and Britainwas signed to today
day today and announced simultaneous simultaneously
ly simultaneously in London and Washington.
NATO Ill e or, disclosure in
ri'mn b. forestIll any fur fur",er
",er fur",er Flvi" tha the West
is trying t "torpedo" the East EastWest
West EastWest foreign ministers' confer conference
ence conference May 11.
The spokesman said these
agreements "have been in the
process of implementation for
over two years."

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this section Ads only cost $0.85 per col. 'inch
FOR INFORMATION CALL. 2-0740

AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Tour New Or
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 38 MIL
On new ears
AGENCY DEMILINUER
No. 43 Automobile Itow
?hone 3-4934 3-4933
All Trees. of Auto Insurance
PERMINIMEIMMID
TO HONOR MISS MLIFF,ET
HERTFORD, England (UPI)
The British government today
announced it planned to preserve
as a monument the place where
little Miss Muffet sat on her tuf tuflet,
let, tuflet, eating her curds and whey.
The Ministry of Housing said that
ruffet farm, where the nursery
rhyme was wriften Avng "a build building
ing building of historical intereat.'

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FOR SALE: 1955 twit'
Cava, red $1,995. CaN Navy ;
36112-
FOR SALE :Ford V-8 4
1955 sedan OD transmitien,
tinted glass, undercoated, new
tires, one owner. Rroasondble
tor cash. 510-B, Curundu,
4114.
FOR SALE: 1955 Mercury
Monterey, 4 door sedan. Call
Balboa Z-1177.
FOR SALL-1953 Super Iturek,
radio, heater, Dynafiew, excel-
lent tires $350.00. Call Quarry
Reights 3162, during duty hours.
FOR SALE:--1957 station wagon,
Fordomatic, 6 tyltrider. 6 'HT
singer, radio $1800.00.
phone 2-3271.
FOR SALE:Hillman four door
10,000 miles, excellent condition
by owner, call 1-0754, business
hours or 3-6605.
FOR SALE: $1300.00 195$
V-S Ford Station Wagon, 9 pass.
in top condition. Can so at
11020-C Margarita or call 3-
2745.
FOR SALE:--1957 Mercury Mon Monterey
terey Monterey 2-dr Sedan, tan er cream.
Plastic covers, radio, white w,alls,
duty paid. Will take late model
Opel, Rambler or Vawtha al
trado-in. Phone Ruben at Gulick
08-760.
FOR SALE:Plymouth Belve Belvedere,
dere, Belvedere, 2 door, hard top, 12.000
miles, new condition, sacrifice
price, can be financed. see at
Ave. Cuba 21-54 Esti. Calle 29.
FOR SALE:.1952 4 door Nash
sedan, motor in excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. 'Tel, 2-4467 or 5512-D,
Diablo.
FOR SALC-1957 Hillman 4-
door, 14,000 miles, ono owner,
$1000. Call 81-5135.
FOR SALE:-1957 4 door hard hardtop.
top. hardtop. 6 cvl. Chsvrolet, power powerglide,
glide, powerglide, radio, 504 Ancon, 2-1373.
FOR SALE:-1952 Studebaker 2
door, Champion, over drive, will
pay duty, $275: 5512-C Diablo.
FOR SALE:--1957 2-door Ford
Del Rio, 21 months old, station
wagon, blue and white styletone
paint, radio, V-8 Thunderbird
engine, 4 new tiros, excellont
condition. 5-7 p.m. week days,
house 2352-A Owen St. Balboa.
Phone Balboa 1472.
FOR SALE:.--1951 Chevrolet Del
Rev 4 door sedan, Excellent con.
Ilition 51100. Call Gamboa 165.
FOR SALE:-1958 Chevrolet,
5,000 miles,. 2 door, racellent
condition, duty paid. Call 3-
'7435.
FOR SALE:Green M G.
tible '57, like, new. wisiw tiros,
wire wheels, 13,500 miles.o.8h miles.o.8h700.00.
700.00. miles.o.8h700.00. Duty paid. Tel. 3-3385
from 5 to 7. Soo it at Urraca
buildinn, 46th. Street and Fede Federico
rico Federico Boyd Ave.
FOR SALI:.1955 Chevrolet 4
door sedan. 6' cylinder, Deluxe
radio, standard transmission, seat
covers, new tires, excellent con condition
dition condition $1100.00 cask. Tel. 2-
1515 Balboa.
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WANTED
WANTED: -- English speaking
housekeeper with references, to
liye in, age 25 40. Laundry,
some ironing, cleaning, little
cooking. Good salary. Panama 3-
0099.
WANTED TO BUY:--Coins of all
countries. gold or silver especial especially
ly especially old coins of the United States.
No lot too small or too largo.
Pleare write or call Kerley. Box
1237 Cristobal. Canal ;one or
telephone 3-1681.
WANTED:--American business
man wants to rant a house with
three or four bedrooms starting
about August first in Golf
Heights. Campo Alegre, ft Can
grail, or Las Cumbres. TeL Good.
vear 2-0754 and give details.
American Life
Insurance Company
MILITARY PERSONNEL
For similar basic low NSLI
rates charged by the govern.
Pent during W. W. IL
Phone anytime Panama
4-0439
BLOK AGENCIES
Ith Street Just Aresemene
Avenue. Sanding First National
City lank of New York (breach)
La Itxposicion
ansounceiv its new telephone
aumberst
3-33e7 end 11-7259
LET'S 1111 UNRIASONABLI
CORPUS CHRISTI, Tex. (UPI)
The real estate business in this
city is getting tougher all the
time, judging from a sign here
that reads: 'Property for sale.
No reasonable offer accepted."
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;::,10R SALE: ,. gorilla 2-Round
, Trip -tickets,- to Limo PON.
: Worth $360.00, Sell for $25000
Plume 36-707;
FOR SALE: Ilectrie manila!
iironer) steam iron; wooden
table 393E40; round tables, metal
base with weoden top; wooden
round table; nut ef tables;
maiming rack; heavy work
tables; couch back (for mag magazines
azines magazines and ornaments); type typewriter
writer typewriter desk; student's desk: file
(alpines; ladder 6 foot; child's
table and two chairs; card tables;
laundry baskets; hoses; sprink sprinkler;
ler; sprinkler; rakes; thovals; imitation
fireplace; ORCHIDS las a grow,
including 100 foot of fencing,
posts; etc. Hudson Commander
6, sew tires, mechanically per perfect.
fect. perfect. Stev 161 -111 -William
sgs Avenue, Gamboa. Phone 6-
3 1 7.
FOR SALE:Elettric kilns 6x6
inches and 15x11 inches; Mac Mackie
kie Mackie Pofter's whist; dosirable
glazes and underglacos in lots
only: cabinet; loins. STEVENSON,
161-I. Williamson Ate., Gam Gamboa
boa Gamboa 6-317.
FOR SALE: -- Piano Upright
stas.00 excollont condition no
termites. Phone 5-366.
MOSQUITO BARS Army style,
nylon, durable. STEEL dmsers.
chiffoniiim4 desks, chairs, swivel
chairs, filing cabinets, safes, mi mimsolitsith,
msolitsith, mimsolitsith, typewriter, adding
machines. DOUBLE BEDS with
new mattress $2t.95. Cribs, (a (anapi's
napi's (anapi's chaise lounge. El Vends VendsloTodo.
loTodo. VendsloTodo. Tel. 24049, Ave. An Ancon
con Ancon TI-10.
FOR SAL11:Wostinghouts dry dryer,
er, dryer, 60 cycle. 110 or '220 volt
$100.00. Call Albrook 3105.
FOR SALLComplete machino
shopl large lathe :with ac 00000 ries.
Drill press-circle saw, band-saw,
lot of all types of tools both ma machines
chines machines wood working, gas weldina
equipment tanks. To bo sold only
as a unit. Call 2-3147.
' FOR SALE:--Lambretta motor
scooter, full shut pin ball ma machine,
chine, machine, make an offer, electric
IBM typewriter $45, Hi-111 tape
record $125, boy's bicycle
S.A. 5512-C, Diablo.
FOR SALII:Flane and bench
$50.00, riesk 6 drawers $35.00.
girls' bike $20.00. 4 garden
racking chairs $20.00 each one,
bar and 3 steels $100.00. For
information call Tel. 4-0284
after 6 pm.
POR,SALI:-..Twe (ram, bah-,
ine ovine with table. Standard
sloe pin ball machine. 712D 11
Prado. Tel. Balboa 1294.
FOR SAMFloor ago manufae...
tured by Herring-Hall-Marvin
Safe Co. One (1) site, 16 inches
deep, 16 inches wide, 22 inches
high. Price 1100.00. One II)
six 24 inches deep. 10 inches
wide, 42 inches high.. Price
1115.00. excellent condition.
Contact Mr. Manning, Sears Roe-
buck. S.A. on the Transisthmian
Highway., Phone 2-0931.
FOR SALE:'57 Buick Swirl,
like now, extras, can be fi.
36' sport fisherman, re rebuilt
built rebuilt 145 Chris Craft motor, loss
than 200 hrs. hydraulic conftels.
Ship to shore, auto pilot, tieeP
freeze. Call Balboa 2967.
FOR SALE:G.E. wringer wash washer,
er, washer, Venetian blinds for Duplex
porch. Call Balboa 2956.
FOR SALE:--Westinghouto re refrigerator
frigerator refrigerator $50.00. landie auto automatic
matic automatic wash machine $115.00, 13
Venetian blinds, $21.00, fan
$10.00. Telephone Balboa 4257.
FOR SA1.1:--Pscamaker 4x5
Speed Graphic with accessorias.
One 240mm Tele Arlon lent on
Graphic lensboard. Call Albrook
86-7298 evenings. 86-5126
duty hours.
WM INVEST 2 Heavy Duty.
Electric Commercial Ranee a.
Value SI.000.00 in Restaurant.
Call 3-6121.
WILL INViST:--ileayy duty
Metal rolling Machine. Value
Value $2,000.00. IN NOS!
Working' Skop. May le seen at
INTRA. Call 3-6121.
WILL INVEST:Stainless Stoat
Tanks. valued at $1,000.00 In
Chemical, Pharrnaervitical nr Ford
Processing Cempany. Call 'IC21.

The Pacific Steam liavigalion Company
ONCORPORATED BY RQYAL CHARTER 1840)
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
TO COLOMBIA., ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
MN. "FLAMENCO" May 14
MN. "SARMIENTO" May 20

TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA GUAIRA,
KINGSTON. HAVANA, NASSAU. BERMUDA. SPAIN
AND FRANCK
LS. "REINA DELMAR"
(Alr-eondItIoned) 20,225 Tons Inns 14

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TO -NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
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Li; IL MOS' SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE-i
TELEPHONES!
Cristobal 3-16545 Panama 3-12571 Ilalboa 2-1915

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FOR SALlt-.--Maplo tlinittt Doom.
Dot, 4 wickor skein,
bet Phone' Balboa 1497e Howse
0425-A Yotado StreetZ Amok
c.z. 4, I
FOR SA11.11--One' bedreeni set.'
S pc. S175.00; Double bed wkh
Rubber Foam mattress, 385.00;
om dialog mem set. $05.00.
Celt Tel. 3-7990.
FOR SAMAutomatic Maytag
washer, like new. Peet offer. Call
Albtook 7211.
FOR SALL-60 arch Ko
rafrinarator Imager combination,
two door and ;kW area, 60 ce.
It., freasar, capacity- 44 000ntla.
Excellent conditions.' $125.00.
Tel. 82-4264.
--
FOR SA1.1;-,41'we totton twin
mattresses. Pistil Ant of draw.
vs and dreaser,..Thrso Venetian
blinds ,wned. dininenom tablo
and thee ebairsi Coes Solo 36-
711.
Boats 6', Motors
FOR SALK: Coronet hardtop
"Iguana" with Mark 75 meter.
rally equipped en heavy duty
trifler, 32.500.00. May ko men
at pier Ikte. 1, Coca Sole. Phone
Mclivaine 36-356.
FOR SALE: Landing barge
1..CM6 with 2 gray marine diesel
meters 225 HP hull and meters
in perfect atndition. Apply
illek Agencies. Telephone Pan.
ana 1-3397 or 3-7259 or Sal-:
boa 3719.
FOR SALE:Runaloeut Moo.
glassed, 12 ft., trailer, 15 11.p.i
Evinrude. complete 5450. 1951
Chrysler sedan. radio, good yen,
dition 5490.00. Call Clayton.'
2281 after 4 p.m.
,..msosesp
I Help Won,ted
JOB WANTED: Maid, pood
housekeeper. washer and ironer.
Excellent with children, very
dependable. Tel. 113-,2244.
ILe'ssons
Spanish Classes -- Spanish Clas Classes.
ses. Classes. Every day except Satyr Satyr.
. Satyr. days and Sundays. morning;
Ammo( 'and evening class's.
As postraanian-Mostit American As AsOstia.
Ostia. AsOstia. Perot A No. 66.
- TelS-7963 (near Sella Vista
Theatre).
Learn to, days in a dual control controlled
led controlled car. Tel. 1-0338, Panama.
Fabulously Rich
Sultan Of Johore
Dies In London
LONDON, May 8 (IMPThe
Sultan of Johore, one of the
last of the ,fabulously rich:
oriental potentates, died early
today in his London Hotel toll
lowing a brief illness. He was
His official title was Sir I Ibrhaim
brhaim Ibrhaim nut Almarhum Abu Ba Bakar,
kar, Bakar, Sultan of Johore, and he
had ruled his small Malayan
state for 80 years with the aid
of the British, amassing a for fortune
tune fortune estimated at one of the
greatest in the world.
Su'ian, wed Mani times,
and castles in Malaya, town townhouses
houses townhouses in London and Singapore
and a va.st estate in England
near Thetford svith a :our mil million
lion million dollar hanging marble
stairway.
The Sultan, a major general
in the British army, married
and divorced the four wives
permitted under Moslem law,
'then married Mrs. Helen Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, a British socialite: he di divorced
vorced divorced her with rettlement
estimated at $250,000 In jewels.
The Sultan was famed for
his polo playing, his tiger hunt hunting
ing hunting and the swathe he cut in
society. He once contributed
$2,500,000 to the defense ,of
Singapore and presented the
RAF with 15 Spitfires.
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KINGDOM DIRECT
, May

.ileal Estate s

' a ;.-Lnis- '14
FON SOO a T.000
8100116 in tie Nee, Hipairomo
Urbanizeiso- acme Hee !amen's.-
, itacetrack.. AN kW witle Omar
heats. wage, woo male sad
siseeetel. Coq W, McNamee
Tel. 4-0976. '"
FOR SALErLot LOGS moan
motets in Om loot locatioit of
Crosta. sitvatod Women "V".
Strom And rum stmt. For infor information
mation information gloom tall Tel. 2-2170
from 11 a.m. to 12 norm and from
2 Pan. t 5 o.imso
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FOR SAL164Nomoo la Noble
Nuevo, fool, "oar hiss. Only $900
gown. $30 monthly. PATIAR
SON. 3-1114,
FOR SA1.1:-Nito level lot.
10th St. Rio Abajo,tor only
$9341, PATTERSON., 114.
FOR bed. mint' chalet
furnished or unfurnished, 2
bathrooms. 2 lulalsons. 2 large
living reemeiand terrace. 500
square meters. Via, Forms Ne;.,1
115, Phu 2-2113 or 2-1427;
"La innevacion",'Mr. A. Balid.
FOR 5.611:--3 bedroom beam
in Las Cambial, OBSY ionsments
Call 3-3355.
FOR Spacious,
contemporary ranch Ileum suit suitable
able suitable for Cantina, Restaurant lousi lousiness,
ness, lousiness, fronting Canal Zuni Mad.
den Dam, highway, Mileoost
Vs huhu land partially land landscaped,
scaped, landscaped, terraced. Superb living
room or dining area. Homo of
solid shaped ledge rock sonars's-,
tion, with front and two sidos of
of extensive front 'swam& also
of rock construction. Shostmotal
NMI. Restful vim,' With brilliant
businness potontial.. Eloctricity,
surface worm septic tank' with
well-constructed aim's. Offers
-utmost opportunity, to onereetio
',tateror or retailer; C. S. Bell.
Gaffoboe; Telephont7411 or 75S.
LOST: --, Lady's. Mido watch.
White gold. Fort CitlYten eatiP,
ing lot,..near Kahl Gate or on
way to hehange. Mrs. V. R. Carr
Corgrodu Heights. 83-6249.,
Reward.
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CHAVLAIN (LT. COL.) AMES
C. O'COlsINOR, Caribbean A i t
Command chaplain, Albrook Air
Force Basef bas:,been invited to
attend dedidcation 'ceremonies., of
the 'newly completed St. Francis
College'isear San Jose, Costa Ri Rica,
ca, Rica, May 20.
The tollege is run by the Order
of Franciscan Fathers from 'Tren 'Trenton,
ton, 'Trenton, NeW Jersey.,They began their
work in Costa Rica 15 years ,ago.
Since then, their eflosts have been
rewarded, until at present, 400
students and 80 seminarians are
enrolled. In addition to the dedi dedication
cation dedication ceremonies to be held May
20, three Costa Rican priests,
who have pursued their studies at
the cfilleage and in the United
States, will be ordanied. St.
Francis College is the first insti institution
tution institution of its kind in Costa Rica
manned entirely by North Am American
erican American priests. Three of its facul faculty
ty faculty members are former US. Arm Armed
ed Armed Forces chaplains.
Thousands Miss
Payday'As Finance
Bigwigs Wrangle
LANSING, Mich. (UPI)--Nearly
26,000 state employes, including
the governor, missed a payday to today
day today bechause of a deadlock be between
tween between Democratic Gov. G. Men Mennen
nen Mennen Wi Walvis and Senate Repub Republicans
licans Republicans over money probleins.
For' Williams it was his first
missed payday in more- than 10
years as Michigan's chief execu executive.
tive. executive. But -for his crisis-weary state it
was the third time In a week thtd
the 1 government fAiled to meet
payroll obligations.
The governor's $1162.07 bi-weekly
eheck was among 26,944 checks
totality( 94.080,198 which were im imfiounded
fiounded imfiounded because Williams and
GOP laWmakerswho agree pay paylesr
lesr paylesr paydays could. be, avoided
could not agree on the right tot totmulat
mulat totmulat for preventing them, .I
'The.S22,500 4 'a year govern0r
hoped the $enate would act today
to cash in the 50-million dollar
veterans 'trust fund so checks
could be distributed friday.'
Both ,,:kepublicans', and Dems o
crate ,,, agree on the ,necesaity for
4 ',wife tat to meet rifling ez ezDenses.4,'
Denses.4,' ezDenses.4,' Williams wants. to ,- use
the money from the trust fund to
tide, the state over untit,,,a 1111W
tax la levied

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Sy 'SAM IHULAKYs
Q. I am e widow, 45, with two I
young children. I have about $50 t
per month I could invest. I know r
nothing about stocks, or even
where to inquire!I live in small
commtmity end ,hesitats to ask
anyone here. '
A. Judging from the facts that
you are a widow rimoinit busk'
nen and raising two children in a
small town, I would assume you
have little time 4-to study the
market. s
It seems to me this is a natural
set-up for a mutual ftmd program.
The $50 a, month could well go
into a fluid aimed et griPith wit..11
income Over 'a 10-year period, 11.
you fee yote also want to insure
tho completion of your program
to protect your children you can
do PO st modest cost!'
While-Yotir town is omaE, you
are 'not far it large city. I would
suggest that you stop in aid con.
suit with a few brokers And see
what funds they would advise.
- You should have these facts at
your command when you shop for
a mutual fund:

. You are likelyto 4ncounter a
. fair to heavy amoubt of salesman-.
- ship That's o.k., just so long as
r you recognize it.
t There is n41 r --. never never-
- never- any rush to buy a mutual ftmd.
If Next week is as good as today.
You' have already shown your in inil
il inil terest so I suppose you will 'do
t something about it--when you
,, get ready, and are convinced that
11 a oertain fund meets your needa.
Talk it over 'with your banker,
and get his 'suggestions, too.
, Q. I am aN soldier, 29, station station.
. station. ed id Europe. khave eight years
service. I have 'purchased out outright
right outright some mutual fund shares
and am' currently buying two
more funds at the rate of $20 and
$10 a month. I want to invest $25
a month, more. I plan to marry
in 1901 and will need money bx bx.
. bx. pensea.
. A. Mutual funds are an ideal
I investment for a young man in
T your position since the Manage Management
ment Management and safekeeping of your
' funds are taken care of tor you
, I don't see too much point to
1 bying a lot of different funds,
though. In', the '''firdt :Thies you
are running lip your charges
since, in addition to, COMMiSSiOnS
on dollar yalue intrchasect you are
alsdOncdrring boOkkeeping- olan
custodial fees, Sp why not add the
extra money to ona of the funds
---Ir you already have.
II don't think you should count
,on these investments for "ex "expense
pense "expense money" in two years., You
can't buy mutual funds for a two twoyear
year twoyear investment. If you mean that
you will have to draw money out
..s in two years to get married, you
tit would be far ahead of the game if
.1 you just continue the present
funds and put the money you need
for your marriage into a savings
' account.

Q. I amt48, married, with about
-30,000 in' savings. Would like:to
invest about $10,000 bin a mutual
fund. Should buy it ell at once,'
or spread it out $500 a month. The
salesman painted such a rosy
picture of the amount we would
get after 10 years thit it. looks
sort of impossible.
A. Let's start by, being adult,
about it. Obviously no ,salesman
worth his saltit going to paint a
drab picture. As for the amount
you will get in 10 years, that's an another
other another matter. It's ..true the last
10 years were fine. That's history.
The next 10? That's' crystal ball
gazing.
Generally I prefer regular pe
riodic purchases of any security--
corporate issue or a mutual fund

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Saila Arrives
New York Service
Cristobal
REREDIA May 12 May 17
JUNIOR. .... May 19 May 24
COMATAGUA May 26 May 31
, PRA BERLANWo .. ... JIM. 2 June 7
ESPARTA June Ione 14
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'Wtek17 e, passenger ships' to New
Yprk,' tior'prkluts;441rAngilis, San Francisco
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Now Tork Rein. 275
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NEW Sti lItIC May 8 (UPI)
Stocks steadied at a moderately r
active., opening, today after soping
through their worst decline In five
months yesterday.
ACF, Ind 52
Advocate Asbestos Mb
Allegheny Corp
Aluminium' Ltd, 28b
Amer Cyanamid 593t
Amer Motors oedo )
Amer Tel and Tel
Anaconda Copper 2444
Arkansas Fuel

14 I
AVCO Mfg
, Beth Steel 49 o'
Bcttinger Corp 8b
Bieroft Uranium 78b t
British Pet 1.3-16
,Ltirroughs 38
-,, Canadian Eagle 10b
k,1

. ,Iltirroughs 38
,,,, Canadian Eagle 10b
k,1
; Cerro' de Pasco
Chicago Great Weg 4814b
Chrysler es
Cities Service ISM
Coastal Caribe 1b
Colgate Palmolive
Creole Pet
CroWn Cork and Seal 35
Cuban Venezuelan Oil Ihb
Du Pont& 246
El Paso Natural Gas 32
,Fairchild Engine 8
Fargo Oil 6
Felmont Pet 614 I)
General 'Dynamics 60
General Electric
General Motors 49
General Plywood 23
M Gulf Oil '', 113b
HATSCO Steel 39b
Hayden Newport 17
Imperial Oil 43b
Intl Pet 3634b
Lorillard 43
Martin Co. 15 :
Mew Eng Tel and Tel 171b
Worthop Air tip' 40 4
Olin Matbieson 49
Pantoattal 344

Fargo Oil
Felmont Pet
General 'Dynamics
General Electric
General Motors
General Plywood
M Gulf Oil N
Harsco Steel
Hayden Newport
Imperial Oil
Intl Pet
Lorillard
Martin Co
Mew Eng Tel and Tel
Northop Air 4
Olin Mathieso
Pantoattal
Pan Israel
Pantepec Oil
Phillips Pet
Pure Oil
RCA
Reynolds Meta
Royal Dutch Shell
San Jacinto
Shell Transp
Signal Oil and Gas
SOCOAY Mobil
Sperry Rand
Standard Oil NJ
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15 Nations Back
Maid -Rearmament
Meet In Japan
OTSU, Japan (UPI)Delegatet
from some 15 nations, including
the United States, assembled here
today for a 10 day Asia; fn.
ference on moral iearmament
opening Friday in this Central
Japan ' ol
Approximitely 100 delegates
were expected, to attend the con.
ference m the Ship Prefecture
Assembly Hall in, Otsu City. The
sessions ceiitinue until May
Scliedud 10 attend were dele.
gations from, the United Ste' ts,
Australia; New Zealand; flie
Philippines, Ceylon, Hong Kong,
Indonesia, Japan' India, Pakistan, o
the Republic of Korea, Thailand,
Nationalist China, Cambodia and 41
Canada.

If you put 00,000 into any stock
today you are saying, in effect,
"I feel' this is the best buying
price I, will see in, say, 'We
years." If you buy the stock re-
gular amounts over five years you
get the advantage of dollar aver averaging.
aging. averaging. Incidentally, what sort of sig signal
nal signal wrere you waiting for while
on kept piling up that cash? ts

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on his goldheadod Cellet puffed olt Ws
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,, t 1., :- .' r: WidltiNGTON (UPI) T h e Hebert said Lockheed and th. e
f government's General Accounting Air Force are now.discussing pot- ii:.'"-' r
, ,i PEW YORK, May 8 (101)---The Unite d Steelworkers Union asked the Justi4 Det
.: Office,aecused Lockheed Idrcrat, sible, reftmds. Involved are two
. p rtment today to investigate possible ant i- :-ust law v i Olations by the steel industili IT CorP.. todsY of submitting air' cntracti tilling- $198'893") in ''''' T'll'f-:::41:-'e ',ftf':::' 7kt.,,' ,, emdaYtHlkehotnehdehin8:ed,s4a-PYIPeaealsaukrinstvlesd.'misht:eterHsit4h.ee't'at'rn:he;71;waelsh:eitalleuedsHin.;01g;:lelPI:'0:4,'":11:rt:ia'k'f,-.4";pe:;a:h:Iiii;''''Ilriazi:1:':::::1,1'
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' plane cost fi ures to the Air' 1954 and 1956 with' Lockheed's A: .' V-, ','"T --'
h, it:carries out a plan to pool profits during a steel strike.
Force which tge company knesa Georsia Division, marietta, Ga. t lki 1)1 i.ii,,,, membering other Churehillian visits. in peace
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' An announcement that the union had sant separate letters to the Justice Depirt4 were, 54,10,600 too ..high. : They Called for' 132 CL30A' trans- , '.,, n o the north, portico behind, President, kn,d,mrs..Eleenholver46,
, de at a -The 'office, which serves as con- port and troop carrier planes. .,-;-, ,, .''''N4' '44
' ,0,.., .r'Nk.,k, bid him a special farewell, 4..- iiL. ,-,-- -, A ,L, ,,,, I, .....,. ,
rrient' and the National Labor RcoNtions Board asking for investigations was ma ,, grer,ona
. t watchdog over govern- In each case, company and Air 1 ," ,. s ,,, .0-.. '.& ' 0 , ,, z : st, i A' ,,.. ,e' i. 4 : '' 4 g lig
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',' ne' w'S conference by Arthur J. Goldberg,. general counsel for the Lillian meat 'Speeding, said the alleged Force officials negotiated it "trer "trer,
, "trer, i over-prieing Iv' ould have meant in get price.' It was :based on 140ea- -.- ,. ,4,1',...;:47,"4.0,0,,,44000P''''4 mTher.e7 -.1PP-1417,,ed, 4g'!er', -41:7-.Initl-n,--n.t.,.e, nr, dwahyearofilnyedorItildelyAlliarelt, r-in,2thli,.,4:1r.--ir'i.:;4:
' in letters to Atty. Gen. William P. Rogers and NIRB general counsel
, jeVernel.4:1'. additional prttfif nt $1,251,007 for heed's estimates .of costs, plus a .,t, Sir Winston walked slowly across 'He eala the -complex Vrogemrofo
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Fenton, Goldberg said the union was "surprised" at the incitietTY e announcemen"f wna Lockheed .if tiosertment auditors guarantee a per cent profit; the rubbercarpeted,,' marblei fio,or t'oday,,eitehaps byter.to.rot. 1
, .:, had, not wavered it. lb; contracts provided, that if , -- towards Abe waiting' limousine.-, il, solve tha0 ose'whieh toilfroetec ,'
Churchill bumped Ma tead sitshtlY -"rnin.'; 'ini'.114 ar p-rect,
6!'called "illegal strike strategy."
, - Itep,.1; Pdward Hebert (D-Ls',V the fnal costs turned out to be
. who, insds.... the, report public, less'than the target costs, Lock- GEN. WERAUCH
' Goldberg referred to state- told reporters, "I am sure there tion of the Taft-Hartley Law as
, ealled,,,the ease atartling.' He heed would receive part of the ----- MsolrimmorsederrMY rileEeniselnhheotengr,,eSea yeeoosisturhrl'Iulnitianinet;hi'thth:::::0:11,arru,,Yblwo.s.-ofnfuli,;de.,111:u,g,tigiel..thete,s,E,..;.,';
patted his shoulder:t '..t,.:., -., -;,, ,-- .-, .1; ''- 4 k ,--,4:.- ,, ,' ,1
r''' in nts made Wednesday by R. is no violation of anything!' interprettd by the NLP3 and
- ..k said ", that' 'according. to the 10 savings-20 par, cent, Under one
, C:nard Cooper, chief neo-otiator Larry made the statement be- the coin ta. 1 unting;toffice -the, over-charges contract and 25 'per cent under
same aseitto'w2wssor' kthetung'''thdeithefile7re.1:Inet tes.0--,r-,1 ..k"'
emphasi z e a '1)34 ,.g it.ft wit l't &L. t th th eyrauc
tor tie industry, who s;id the fore entering a bargaining ses- Goldberg Ayer., .,, a.-vo --.0.,,pcte contrite or e o, er. ,i, '. t sloThwley PrdeosiwndentthheelPed, broSairdrnstsfepesn.
steel 'firms 'were considering sion with a 92..men anion team these were notni.formel charges
. durinvnegotittlons en& the toe- i Comptroller General Joseph against the top Of the rat and then .","! IY. tal (Kira Whole ; efOrt: f
, piens to pool profits to aid in- representing US Steel eznployes. but that the u Oti was aiervc-1 tractor ,I.,did,' not-reveal ,.1,t, while Campbell said. the negotiated tar- F,
,,,,,,dua, companies hit by a Never before in the 23-year ing the Justice Depar ent an the Alt Yorce apparently 'did 'not get prices I, include( amounts 'for ormer Can
se,t,tpud shelemyseoliu itnontheightbaetckditmteaet-r4ti, finsotmnulds y ,
strike or to have all companies history of the steel wage talks the NLRB to possible4 Violati he
CL-- question:the ,figures.!- ',-,...-. items which Loahead turned over
thUt'down if one or a e w
f ere has Washington become 80 in- so that they would be prepared , -, to, subcontractors:Trices for these . Let us he unite& 't hst'ssill.'" (t)
pissed. volved so early in the nepotist- to act "expeditiouSly" if any, be-' ,'' ; ''' -. '. : '. 2 items, be said.-, 4were $4,110,s;30 ( t, Ill et sP, rbeeseind e, ntt ,0
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bead into the still-open e .. , , .. .,,, ,,,,,,
ne union is holding opening- tons. curred.
luck
rsesaidt.;hosntioe:ni:log habyies 1171".f11,14 th,-',ugh: I l'' ,,'",,:;1:':' pt.': ''.
.. 'round, contract talks with 12 Ptesident Eisenhower warn- He stressed that these letters h,,,F1--, in- excess of Airnounts' that Lock LockBrills
Brills LockBrills nance heed :knew the subcontractors
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iteet- companies. ed both sides this week that should not be conatrued ea 11), ',' '-- :' ,, ,:'',,. a urtulitt ?glary. 1 ''' rliThhoel:ei rttG:iddebnYte haonSdt gfoned'the fa.- 11111 ou a ;vac : 1;

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PEW YORK, May 8 (101)---The Unite d Steelworkers Union asked the Justice Dep
,pirtment today to investigate possible anti-:-ust law violations by the steel indusgy if
it:carries out a plan to pool profits during a steel strike.
- An announcement that the union had sant separate letters to the Justice Depirt4
nient and the National Labor Rcp,Ntions Board asking for investigations was made at, a
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niw's conference by Arthur J. Goldberg,- general counsel for the union.
! In letters to' Atty. Gen. William P. Rogers and NIRB general counsel Jeromel,D;
Fenton, Goldberg said the union was "surprised" at the industry's announcement'of whit
6!talled "illegal strike strategy."

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' Ooldberg referred to state state':
': state': ilients made Wednesday by R.
Conard Cooper, chief negotiator
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tor the industry, who said the
, Steel 'firms 'were considering
plans to pool profits to aid in indlIdual
dlIdual indlIdual companies hit by a
strike or to have all companies
thUtrlown if one or a few were
;lased.
. TO union is holding opening opening,
, opening, ;timid, contract talks with 12
, WO- companies.
, 4 tett week, four-man bargain bargain'
' bargain' Ws 'teams will get down to de detailed
tailed detailed give-and-take sessions on
pis, new contracts, to replace
' he' current agreements which
-, expire at midnight June 30.
I t
1 ,1rhe Industry's strike plans
il apparently were ainvid at
. Wag any' union plan to at at1
1 at1 ttmpt a "divide and eon eon'
' eon' quer technique, something
I neUnsed by the union since
'the "little steel strike'' of the
.:. :1930's.
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e rt. Heath Larry, vice presigent
Of ITS Steel and one of the in induStry's
duStry's induStry's top four negotiators,
Ilktliather Or Not I

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told reporters, "I am sure there
is no violation of anything!'
Larry made the statement be before
fore before entering a bargaining ses session
sion session with a 92-man union team
representing US Steel eznployes.
Never before in the 10-year
history of the steel wage talks
has Washington become 80 in involved
volved involved so early in the negotia negotiations.
tions. negotiations. President Eisenhower warn warned
ed warned both sides this week that
the government would have to
step in if any new agreement
proved to be inflationary.
In 1956, former Treasury SeC SeCretary
retary SeCretary George Humphrey, MOW
chairmah of National Steel
Corp., was instrumental
bringing both sides together
and enchr.g a 34-day stelke.
A strike by 500,000 steel steelworkers
workers steelworkers is almost certain this
year if no nev agreement is
reached by July '1
Goldbe,g said any atterapt by
the steel industry to pool its
profits would 71olate the anti antitrust
trust antitrust laws, which forbid com companies
panies companies to act in collusion on
setting pr'ces or allocating mar markets.
kets. markets. ;
Goldberg said any attempt to
close down all the MUI3 in the
event of only a partial strike,
would be "a lockout" in vlola-'

Ordnance Corps To Receive
2 Safety Plaques On Biithday

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Highlighting the Ordnance Corps'
147th birthday on May 14 will be
" the presentation of two safety
80 plaques by Biig. Gen. Milton L.
Ogden, deputy commanding generN-20
al, U.S., Aril)? Caribbean, to the
..17 USARCARIB Ordnance Section'.
Service s -medals iind certificates
for employes with over 30 years

Shakedown Bared
To Assqe Del!yery,
01 American Weekly
WASHINGTON (UPI) Tw o
witnesses testified today that the
American Weekly paid $4,000 a
year to "keep labor peav" and
''assure delivery" of the SundaY
newspaper supplement to Man Manhattan
hattan Manhattan from Weehawken, N.J.,
across the Hudson River.
The witnesses were John J. Pa Padulo,
dulo, Padulo, former business manager of
the.American Weekly, and Joseph
Fontana present business Mana Manager.
ger. Manager. Padulo is now buSineSs man manager
ager manager of the Erie. Pa.. Tithes and
tiews; The American Weekly is
published by the Hearst Publish Publishing
ing Publishing Co.
Chairman John L. McClellan
(D-Ark.) of the Senate Rackets
Committee denounced the pay payments
ments payments as "nothing on God's earth
but a shakedown It's extortion
and couldn't be an3rthing else."
Padulo and Tontana testified
that the money was paid annually
to Cuneo Press, parent firm of
Neo-Gravure Printing Co., which
prints the American Weekly ,and
other Sunday magazine supple supplements.
ments. supplements. Both witnesses said they never
knew exactly who got the money
and never inquired too deeply into
why it had to be paid. Each.said
he was told that it "had to sbe
paid" to "keen labor peace,"
Under- hard questioning by Mc McClellan
Clellan McClellan and counsel Robert', F.
Kennedy, Fontana said he in inquired
quired inquired In 1956 as ta who was get getting
ting getting the money and was told only
that it was "4 payment to a per person
son person or persons employed on (Neo (NeoGravures)
Gravures) (NeoGravures) loading platform."
Padulo said he had been, given
to understand that "If this pay payment
ment payment were trot made every year,
the American Weekly would not
have been printed."
Neo-Gravure offiCials testified
yesterday that Harold Gross, an
ex-convict who now heads Team Teamster
ster Teamster Local 320 in Miami, Wag paid
$28,000 in cash over seven Oars
so that the American WeeklY
could he delivered to the New
York Journal American plant for
distribution.
AtiP Cijts Price
Of Its Coffees
4 Cents A Pound
NEW YORK WPI)---Great At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co. has cut
prices of its privatebrand catmed
and bagged coffets four cents a
pound, and private label instant
coffee Its much as a cent an
ounce.
Grand Vnion Co. aiso lowered
prices of its private label coffees
two cents a pound. reflecting sag sagging
ging sagging prices for imported green
coffee.

tion 0f the Taft-Hartley Law as
interprettd by the NLV.3 and
the cow is.
Goldberg emphasts e d
these were- ,not ,forniil charges
but that the, unich was- alert...!
ing the Justice Departtnent and
the NLRB to possible4 violatichs
so that they would be prepared
to act "expeditiously" if erg bc-
curred.
He stressed thst these letters
should not be conStrued s's in indication
dication indication that the union had de,
cided. 'upon any-kind of strike
policY.

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said no strilce Policy had
been met and that none could
be until the International Wage
Policy Committee met
The profit-pool n g plan,
similar to one used several
months ago by a, hall-dozen
airlines .to aid each other dur during
ing during a strike, stirred up a
hornet's nest among the steel steelworkers.
workers. steelworkers. John Murray, director of the
union's 16th District at Pitts Pittsburgh,
burgh, Pittsburgh, summed uT) the senti sentiment
ment sentiment when he said, "the steel steelworkers
workers steelworkers ate determined to win
a better contract and will re resort
sort resort to ail means, including a
strike, to push through their'
demands."
a mmo
service and those with over 500
hours of sick leave will be pre-1
sented by Col. John C. Nickerson
Jr., chief of the Ordnance Section.
The ordnance Section will re receive
ceive receive the National Safety Council
Award of Merit for the most signi significant
ficant significant improvement over past rec records
ords records and the competitive com command
mand command Award of Honor in recogni recognition
tion recognition for the best safety record a among
mong among the technical services.
Maintenance Is the theme of
the address by- ,Nickerson to be
given at to gathering fit,thcmain
tenance 'shop en ,the' Semi day.
A birthday party is scheduled at
the Fort Amader American Le Legion
gion Legion Club at 7 p.m., May 15.
Some 100 other Army Ordnance
Corps installations and activities
around the world will observe the
anniversary on this same day. An
Act of Congress established z thel
corps dpring the War of Mt The
corps watt known as the Ordnance
Department then, and It .was re responsible
sponsible responsible foe, "everything that
shoots, is shot or rolls."
Ordnance Corns still carries out
this mission and in addition, stip stipplies
plies stipplies a great quantity of weapons
and Ordnance equipment to the
Navy, Marines and Air Force; and
to allied and friendly forces.
Ordnance Corps has been tint
sole research actency for the guid guided
ed guided missiles Nike- Ajax and Hercu Hercules.
les. Hercules. It was an Ordnance Nike that
made the first intercept of an air-1
plane by a guided missile at White
Sands Proving Ground in 1951. In:
1958, a Nike Hercules scored'a kill
at an extremely high altitude. This
time the target was a Supersonic'
missile traveling faster- than 1500
miles per hour at an altitude of 80,-
000 feet at a distance of 35 miles.
Other "firsts" in which the Ord Ordnance
nance Ordnance Corps shared were: First
penetration of outer GDPet at Whitt
Sands Proving Ground Feb. 24,
1959; first free world satellite in,
orbitExplorer Ifrom Cane Cant
averal, by a Jupiter Ct, Jan.' 31,
1958 and the first free world stilarl
satellite that, went into orbit about
the sun on March 5, 1959.
Recognition Of the Corps' birth birthday
day birthday will take niece on CFN at 5:15
p.m., Wednesday. May 13.
Cop Braves Wroth
Of Blue:nv Couple
DUNCAN, Okla. (UPI) Po Policeman
liceman Policeman John Dudley braved the
wrath of angry parents yester yesterday
day yesterday and moved a household ao
couple of women can viait over
their backyard fence.
Dudley said the women, who
ivere too, embarrassed to give
their names, called him when a
pair of bluelays dive-bombed
them as they walked between
their houses. One of the women
was scartched on tho..forehead.
Dudley found nest ;between
the two homes and mOved itegg
and all to, a, backyard tree
while the jays protested loudly.
"They lought me all the wiy,"
Dudley said.
PRIOCCUPIRD,MOTHER
TITCHITIELD,' England (UM--
A bank refusedttobonor the check
written.by,Mrs,,Ann Rudd, an ob
vious preoccupied 'mother, to pay
the deposit on a 'vacation Mouse
trailer. Instead of "two pounds six
shillings." Mrs. Rudd had woitten
"two potmds six childrts.1
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30vernment B mes Loc el

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is in Cost Estimates On AF Planes,

W GTON (UPI) T h a
government's General Accounting
Office accused Lockheed Aircrat
Corp.. today of submitting air air'
' air' plane cost figures to the Air:
Force which the company knew
were:$4,10,600 too -high..
-The 'office, which serves as con!.
greasional watchdog over govern government
ment government 'spending;' said the alleged
over-pneing mild have meant in
additional 4rnfif of $1,251,007 for.
Lockheed.' if government auditors
had, not. uncovered,. it.
Itep.,Ir; pdword Hebert (D-1.414,-
who"- 'mode the, report' publie,
callid,,the- case "startling.' He,
said' that, 'according to the
counting ;Office, ', the over-chettes
were .:"Ittiovnt -to-.the contractor
durinvnegotiationa and the :Col.,-
traitor notl,,,reveal ,,lt, while
the Air l'orce apparently did not
question :the ,figurec!-.,
7
British' Finance
. e
Pi It igat
ChieUtauds-AIS
Economic ohcy
;LONDOlgt (UPI)Britain's chan chancellor
cellor chancellor of 'Abe, exchequer, Derick
Heathcost Amory, declared today
day that Abe U.S. government's
"calm and enlightened"' economic
policies had halted, a' trend to toward
ward toward serious 'recession,,throughout
the world.
The British ,government finan financial
cial financial chief also said that American
kid was the main reason for Eu Europe's
rope's Europe's post ,war economie recov recovAmory
Amory recovAmory praised tbe U.S. policies
in a' speech to a"meciting of the
American Bankers Assn.
im glad torhave this oppor.
tunity ,cos, paying ,tribute to the
calm and enlightened U.S. policies
which did so much to prevent the
spread. of serious recession
throughout the world" he said.
Amory noted that the Wett had
been engaged in a. test of its
ability. to withstand the forces of
recession.
"It bai ler .emerged. With
success,' he added, with' the Unit United
ed United States leading the recovery.
"U.& production has now fully
recovered and continues to expand
beyond previous peaks,' AMorY
told the bankers.
"In Western Europe atso the
trend is now upward,' he said;
"and indeed the recessiiin in pro production
duction production has never- amounted te
more than .what will appeat in
retrospect as a' ripple on the
trend."
Amory said that International
economic cooperadon, plus' t h e
"sane, informed and' responsible'
economic policies of Western nit.
tions had been basis factors in
mastering postwar economie prob problems.
lems. problems. The British cabinet minister
paid a "most sincere tribute' to
the United States for its aid in
enabline international economic
cooperption to function and to
succeed.
Mrs. Wilsop.
Of Ft. re.bbt
Piles At Coroas
Mrs. Leonara Wilson,'who 'had
bpen visiting on the Isthmus for
several-months, died early Friday
at Gorgas 116spital where-shchad
been tootined since Anti 1,28.
Mrs. Wilson-was living at Fort
Kobbe with her son,in-lawand
daughter, Chaplain (First iLleutg
nan') and Mrs. William D. Froea Froeachner.
chner. Froeachner. Rudd will take place In Cantor Cantor.
. Cantor. nia.

Chlet,Liuk US
-
Economic ohcy

)e :
mos
son, 'who 'had
Isthmus for
I early Friday
where-she ,had
Apri1,28.
lying at Fort
son,in-law and
(First iLleute..
lam D. Froes Froesiamb
iamb Froesiamb in ralitnr

" i 1 '4' ,:71 ,
ot' 1,, A..
TO REPRESENT THE NEVE' at the Arnericart Legion ball Satur Saturday
day Saturday evening be'. Chief ,,Aadioman Shelton E. Oarner and
Mrs. Garner of Radio Earful. Garner has served with the Navy
3Ince the.outbreak of World War H. He plans to retire from the
service in'two years and oPerato fishing camp near his home homeptown,
ptown, homeptown, Doradoi, Ark, (NAT, Ehoto)

Hebert said Lockheed and the
Air Force are now.discussing pos possible
sible possible reftmds. Involved ace two
contracts totaling-1198,893,000 in
1954 and 1956 with' Lockheed's
Georsia DhOSiOn, Marietta, Ga.
They Called for' 132 CI-30A' trans transport
port transport and troop carrier planes.
In each case, company and Air
Force officials negotiated "trer "trerget
get "trerget price.' It was :based Oti LOCK LOCKheed's
heed's LOCKheed's estimates ,of costs, plus a
guarantee $ per cent profit:
The contracts provided, that if
the fInal costs turned out to be
less'than the target costs, Lock Lockheed
heed Lockheed would receive part of the
Savings-20 per' cent, tinder one
contract and 25 ler cent under
Comptroller General loseph
Campbell said, the negotiated tar target
get target prices included( amounts 'for
items which Loahead turned over
to, subcontractom'Prices for these
Items,. be said,-, Awere $4,110,u30
lir excess of Airhounts' that Lock Lockheed
heed Lockheed :knew the subcontractors
would tharge.
Campbell said Lockheed's 'pro 'proposals
posals 'proposals contained estimated costs
$2,844,00. greater than "firm pri prices'
ces' prices' quoted by subcontractors
before the company Submitted its
proposals to the air force.
In addition, he said, Lockheed
became aware during the nego negotiations
tiations negotiations that a subcontractor woul!
charge $1,26,000 less than target
cbsts being proposed. But Camp Campbell
bell Campbell said Lockheed did 'not pass on
this information to Air Force ne negotiators.
gotiators. negotiators. Campbell said his office had in informed
formed informed Assistant Air Force Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Dudley C. Sharp of its find findings
ings findings in this and other similar
cases and Sharp said he "ia care carefully
fully carefully reviewing each case and will
take apprepriate action."

Ilegro Who Advisei
Violence Lashes
Back At Critics
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,..MONROtii N.. C. (LIPI)A Ne Nefernodereerre
fernodereerre Nefernodereerre .rwe
hptsl aliZ e abtys ;11 AvCi;
'official' has lashed back et his
, alit& .
.
' Hebert P.' Williams, 34, presi presiIdent
Ident presiIdent of the Dila County chapter
'oiLthe NAACP, satd that his ad adr
r adr vocaty.ef "meeting 'violence with
stiolenceill in' cases of racial injus
ilice are.-"none' of their businese
,L'Ill .all- angrY Statement Wednes-'41ay,
Williams accused his Negro
Critics of being "afriadafraid to
he associated .with his kind of
thinking,. afraid because they've.
got 'businesses and that white peo people,
ple, people, will retaliate on them."
His charges ,came a few hours
after Southern..Negro leaders re reacted
acted reacted 4Imost Unanimously against
use of violence. Williams touched
off the reaction with his .comment
Thesday night that Negroes "must
even be willing to kill if neces necessary"
sary" necessary" to protect themselves.
. Roy Wilkins. executive secretary
of the NAACP, ordered Williams
suspended pending "consideration
of your status," Nit Williams vow vowed
ed vowed he would remain at tile head
of the local chapter.
"They'll' have to come down
here and' hold ao election before
they calf throw me eut,''he said.
"I was speaking for Myself and
UOt the NAACP and the NAACP
0 'Itti organization can tell, me
whit te &poi Way." Williararrall
"I've hefer allowed Negro pot
'whi,i to :dictate what I can .sa,
or think. That's thought control."
-Wilkins said the NAACP rem remWatts
Watts remWatts any ,,"pro lynching state stateMent
Ment stateMent by one of our officer; re regradless
gradless regradless of' provOcation."

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GEM WEYRAUCH
).Y.eyray.b.,-,
Fttppi,',....rib
Chf-;.--,'0..i..-
Maj. Gen: Paul R. Weyraucb,
USA, (retired), former Caribbesn
Command chief of staff, di.ed Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday in the Army hospital at
Ft. Steward Ga., according to
word received at the unified com command
mand command headquarters at Quarry
Heights today.
The announcement of the gen general's
eral's general's death was received by Lt.
Gen. Ridge ly Gaither, Command Commander
er Commander in Chief Caribbena, and the
members of the joing staff with
"a feeling of deen personal loss."
Galt. Weyrauch had served as
chief of staff of theunified com command
mand command from. May until October
1958. He retired directly from that
post firer 32 years of service in
the United States Army,.
In a message to Gen. Wey Weyrauch's
rauch's Weyrauch's wife, Margaret, and son,
Paul, age 17, Gaither said, "All
personnel of Caribben Command
join me in extending heartfelt con condolence
dolence condolence to you hi ,your bereave bereavement.
ment. bereavement. Gen. Weyrauch was truly a
great soldjerand, valued friend,
a4inired ;Rd ffisapeOted, by all who
knew and asociated with him.
May it comfort You to know that
we all .share your sorrow."
Gen. Weyraucb, who received
his promotion to Major general
lest August, bad distinguished
Army career since entering the
U.S, Military Aeademy at West
POla la 1926-, At West Point, he
was, 'outstanding horseman win winning
ning winning inanr.trophies- and was On
tbe Adidemy polo team.
'After! retirement Gen. Weyrauch
and hit family made their home
in Ssvannali. Ge. near St. Stew Stewart
art Stewart where he died. Interment will
be at the Military Academy at'
West Point.
tl,1 Who Preditied
;Far rrAch Today
IF
11S VIR; OrPTI
NASHVILLE', Tenn. (UPI)
Dr. 6pencer Thornton, wo pre predici.ed
dici.ed predici.ed a "major" air crash .n
the New York-New Jersey area
for today, now says he's sure
there will not be a crash after
,
Thornton, after calling to a
nose Abe .finish of the Kentucky
.Derby Saturday, .was asked for
otherz predictions and among
them he said there would be a
cra sh.
"I cer'ainly hope there won't,"
he said Wednesday night.
Later, he said of his predic predictions,
tions, predictions, "I do these things for fun,
but I'll never, predict anything
disastrous again. 1
He said 'he has been besieged
with calls since his predictions
became publicized.
He said he Would be perfectly
willing to Make a flight to New
Yrrk, today to demonstrate his
confidence that his prediction will
turn out wrong. He said, "I'm
more often wrong, than not."
But the, airlines serving New
York and Nashville, he said, ore.,
fer that the whole thing blow
over and would rather that he
stay home.
An official of Eastern Air Lines
said the prediction had "caused
us some loss of business but
nothing major, I'm sure."
An American Air Lines official
said, "We haven't experienced
alv lore? number of cancela cancelations.
tions. cancelations. I'm pleased 'to k n o w' that
there weren't more than there
were."
An nfficial of Braniff Interna International"
tional" International" Airways Said there had
been no Nashville tancelations, on
New York flights.
IIS-Thor' Missile
I p ,C;reat Britain
w ,
Un 4To Antish
.':IvsNGioN euPDAir Sec Secrater?
rater? Secrater? Jamei Douglas said to today,
day, today, it edit he rup to the British
to decide when the U.S. Thor Mill Millet.
et. Millet. bases there, are diverted from
training te full operational status.
ltlesnwhile, he said, there ec ectwills,'
twills,' ectwills,' are Thor missiles on the
launching pads at some sites, and
the equipment is all operational.
Douglas made the statements
to ,11 Senate appropriations sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee ,wbich.ls holding hear hearingv
ingv hearingv on 'Air ,Itoice expenditures.
Sen.''Styles Bridges (ft-Na)
asked Douglas about the British
bases "in view of the controversy
over the!: status,"

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S araTesiae-Ntsit,,Is'trided. '-
, 7 : 4741 .7 L. ,; I
1VASHINGTONi May 't (UPIISir :Winiten leiniteL;
on his goldheaded cane, puffed on: his big bisek cigerand.11stetti:.
ed to the- applause.,1
, The 84-yeat Oldrstatesnian .endinK ,pliC latest', aUC whar:,
may- be his last:visit to, the White House.: 1
Hundreds of memberruf the' White Hottse
memberine tlite Churehilliah .pesee anCwer.-tatherett: 7
on the north, portico behind,. President,: end ,Mra.41senhowei:48..
bid him a sPecial farewell,
They' appla0ecetlyr"..i:'Mi hute :the'
more. ,,itt;;4 daY Of WOrkt War116.'r'
Sir Winston,walked slowik attss ;He Saki the -complex 00ge-mrot
the rubbercatpeted,-' marble .1' floor todaYP'!atecterhaPs ,h4ter to 4'
towards Abe waiting: limousine:,' solve -than ose which tonfronteir
,Tm lioriy it can't be longer, us in.. the' davit at Amp,

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more. aYS a World, War 116,i'
Sir Winston walked s ovity Kress ,' He Said the tomplennegernrefr
thenrurmhbesonrcrayrpeittcead,ntnabsrblelengi:7, todus:au:.ti.i4:inar4 e,,thilierte,:thalayPtwosoillatrddeurieruttigt0:::fiet4;16-::
towards Abe waiting' limousine.- solve thah se whith tonfrotit
murmured Mrs. E tsenbower,L She eorora4eskip.
Pa""Prhdelossiwndshauenttlhdetheethltipedis:eitteta'airdd:Wildints'gt'th4;fhe'pteel:ntiy.. ystisssota0;t:momu,pitteneldfuthdggialaybinith!imthattuot:gh:tiv$ordal,80.1.;:r,1111,kthur;i4-:;:'::::,41wiptod;ther4eclo,f-'Aleely::.1,1:u1::-:::14)""::etc's.c:::::::1,',
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lif ospi a mp oyes
the,h,iet,dsp,rtneesteiondetitersstelailidc, pesntittnrgdoobirs. 17. ,Lut, us is.
honor to have A
you here. GO-odbye and good luck;
40 op,
, The', President, host to' the
1,
moue Britisher since Monday, Av.
, A
was Churchill's dinner guert last
-
Tono.rk,before heading B,ack 4
night at the British Embassy. Strike In !ley
Churchill winds up his Amorkan ' vlo, Ay,
HaousBeristtaaing New York
visit today with a brief4togViw 410,
Deling Co t' Ed11
lir IC
title 141-oewnd
zun., ay a (LipiA,-,-40,
City hospitals wet
Wednesday night the aging-waf- NoistEwnproyfeoss,ion-ay wo:ker.E.8-a-t,tyidto,
tgiamvee pguriemstes atmainwhisteirte
dinner a glimpse of the Churchill on strike tride,, af,AL

Scientists Claim
Dangers from. Atom
Fa but Over-Raid
WASHINGTON (UPI)---A
lever group, of independent scien scientists
tists scientists agreed unanimously today
that the hazard from radioactive
fallout so far is slight.
They also said -the publie bas
been 'confused" abOut the poten potential
tial potential danger. '-
The experts reported that the
total radioactivity in falleut from
all nuclear tests to date .amounts
to less thean 5 per cent et .t.hat
released by medical X-ray 'ma 'machines.
chines. 'machines. Using a different measur;
ing device, they said it is less
than 5 per cent of the ,natural
radiation front cosnile rayS and
other sources.,
,The statement was presented at
11- congressional .'inquiry- into the
tallout problem by, Ale Attonia
Energy Commissionit' nine-mem.
ber advisory. committee.
The group, headed by Warren
C. Johnson of the University of
Chicago, saki the damage to
health from fallout's comparative comparatively,
ly, comparatively, small amount of radioactivitY
cannot be "fully evaluated" but
that the hazard should be placed
"in perspective."
"Human beings. "it said, have
lived for many generations in
parts of the world which have five
times or more the background
radiation normal to the United'
States, or more than 100 times the
average amount of radiation from
fallout in the United States.
"The amount of strontium 90
which has betm found in food and
,water is less of a hazard than the
amotint of radiunr pormally-present
in public drinkmg water sup supplies
plies supplies in certain parts of the United
States, and in .public 'for
many decades."
The AEC advisory committee
said the agency bas,"released al;
significant fallout data" and gave
special commendation to Dr. Wil Willprd
lprd Willprd F. T ibby. scientif'c member
of the AEC. who for years has
minimized the fallout danger,
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at .11
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assional Inquiry ,, into tiThe 11'1110'.1 .c"arietr,th," 4lesru.strig're haPleYthe:' :
face of court orders euspendint
Atomic
noblem .hy,,, th,
Commission n strike action tuktil next week
wry committee. Union officials Wu d l'
se to !enni,4
oup, headed by Warren 'tent on deflanCe of the ..C9,,urt
;on of the University of orders.
eine mem.
sciPdiaeS; .,
saki the damage to I,, .. ,,,,,
om fallout's comparative- ...... ..., '"" -, ,..,
amount of radioactivitY 13 aCk rea hcar n lu
De "fully evaluated" but
hazard should be placed ToillYT
pective."
in beings. "it said, have
r many generations in Afric N' f'''"..'
To a ex 1 t ,..,,
the world which have five , ,, ',',':
more the background SYDNEY, Australia. WM. ..,:l
normal to the United Evangelist Billy Graham said to.'
r more than 100 times the day be was planning to 3ake' hie
amount of radiation from "crusade" to Africa next., .-- -0,,
1 the United States. Be said hit itinerary wdult111-
amount of strontium 90 elude Liberia, Ghana, .Nipriat
a betm found in food and Kenya and the', BhOdeslas. ,I,T,:11.
less of a hazard than the Graham said he was einem. ,0
)f radiunr normally pres- 'dously pleased with the nicer"-
done drinkmg water sup- tion he has received in Austptlia0
ertain parts of the United "I have never been to. a sk,ery
Ind in public ue 'for where there is, More -undefstanti;
cedes '..'' Dig of what we,,:ar,e trying:404o
EC advisory committee than SytIney,1he said, 1'74,
agency has.."released alJ. Graham said he felt liflich iy;t.,
kt, fallout date" and gave ter and stronger than whetahe
ommendation to Dr. WU- arrived in Australia.' He saittht
r ibby, scierttiVe member Riling eye was back ttrAnormat
Ye. who for years has "but I must keep to a slOy4g
d the fallout danger. pace." ) 0....w.
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ism lttc; may t r),,,
Non-professional' Workers at., r,
-
New York City hospitals 'rent
an strike tde.Y.'. The: unloilK
threatened to strike nineithert
' ,;
Patients izli.ithe Six, hospiAatt
immediately affected were heint
cared for" by extra dutnntitseZ
and additional hospital 'velum,
teers. An estimated '2500 Zlir,
tienis were in the six hospitels-,
Mayor Robert Yiragner
uled a' meeting- later todaytat
city -hall. withth the uplow
and hospital managements"; ift
an effort to end' the waltou4
by 3800 kitchen, 'laundry 314,
laboratory workerS, housekee
era and orderliest,
Hospital- authorities 'repOrtit
tha tnone of the spattents't
suffering fromlack of care.,zig
spokesman for. the hospital Sale ,,,
the full effect -.Of the walkoulb
wouldn1 be -felt- until '.:dZnet
ok)i
, The six hospitalel affected t
Were Mount Shutt Beth. David;
Beth 'Brooklyn
Bront and Lenothill.'
The Retaill prug'Zniployea...
Bnion tailed thestrike in the
face of court orders suspending
'strike action with next weekw
Union officials refused to-tOr.a.;
ment on defiance of thefnqurt 1
orders.

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Billy, Grelho)0: elelps.
To Tolo''Ci:ti.O.4i7..:4',,.
To Atikti:1lit.':1::ii;
SYDNEY, Australia (IIPI4
Evangelist Billy Graham said to:
day he was planning to ,'take' hitt
"crusade" to Airica next. t
Be said hit itinerary wOuld;',111-
elude Liberia, Ghana, .Nigritto
4
Kenya and the ,BhOdesias.
, Graham said he was tremtn tremtnliously
liously tremtnliously pleased with the rticap6
lion he has received in Austr,,alla,
"I have never been to, a sk,ery
where there la More -underktOti;
Dig of what weare trying:lewd()
than Sydney,' he said,
Graham said he felt Much i;t.,
ter and stronger than whea,;he
arrived in Australia.' Ile saitttt
ailing eye was back to lnormal
"but I must keep to a E100
pace." )

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