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liVANk: May 11.119-713,ramier Fidel Castro, bacI5 from a 23-day ,totit-of,;.the
iyiliserit-,-)forilispilere,li!satisfied:that' he sold his Cylian revolutiOn to a majo-riti 'of the,
SCO:inittiorupeople'r?be ,addressedalong the way.
&mass meeting in Civic Square, Castro ;siiikTest night be
'ill "-----ti;' 6 1; I- t , ,
evis, u an rsvo u on has -more friends than enemies among the peep!. :el 'the
Arnericei' -; - ,, ,-.
: 7, ,w:;4,ile reiterated preliious dentels of reportts that the uprising which everthrew strong strongOliii'Presidinit
Oliii'Presidinit strongOliii'Presidinit fulgeticio BaUsta had the effect, of establishing "a Coiroilun'is beachhead
ri);ihs" -Ceiri6bIkan'e! : ,,,
,,itlig;reyo)ikt4oR.Icos reither capitalist nor Communist," he Said.. ihas 'Cuba 'Cubafobteds
fobteds 'Cubafobteds ideology! its 'Owt - i
i)roviousty:had denied, however, that, hit Cuban revolutionariels' are
ieutrar In the world struggle betWeett Comrunism and the ',,West !,
Castro, whom ,ravolutionery fir,4
Mg squads, havn oxecutod 621
Zone','Schoat- Stu ents win
rwar criminalsr, In four months,,
said 'Cuba's, 'revolution,. is
' , --. model" In tontrastr to, othors othors,
, othors, which have hid' to'inforce thair--
Prizes os On es policies through' torrontk-r"t,;4
- He indicated that the Work of the
- 4 firing squads is nearly finished.
Revolutionarv -.Justice has al
; Eleven '', Caal ZoneYoungsters"
ot 1 ,rectived'"eash,prites 'totalling stle
add $17 othtrs. ieoelved k certific-
iS 1. lies ,of -merit, in .the Latiri Found..
'Sion internationia Pester .contest,
k has been afiziounced, by the:Di.'
' Vision of,'Schools.-P, )4 ''-' -.
' Pie ,2ercentage of winners in the
, Caizal. Zone' was:high this year, it
I Wag, poiptek'out,,since ,,this year's
,.: eonatest4,1110passed 1, all previous
: ''. Imes ,in"! nuinber of; entries ivith
.. ,, More that; 11400 posters being
1",;. Made'.',!', ,,, "'s ', : ) ',:. ;, .V,
4 : Cash winners Iliii l'' year were
- tranklid,'Allpong 4' of the .' Alle011
I ' Elementaiw,Schocil, first prize;
'., Mexandra ,deMonteverde; 'of An,.
.. ton Elm:nem:err lebool; :Nancy
.."; ', Gerziclt, of Coco 'Solo Tlenientary
1 tchoolt., Steven, Small of Diablo
,.1,. ', lementary -,,, Schooli, Lorraine
-'?".,,'.-,.t Shuey,,,,of Gamboa ...EleMentary
. '; E School' ,stria-CarrHoward ef Santa
, ,; Cruz, Junior High4 School,. fiecnd
--- prizes. .. ,' .: ,e.! ....
':. Oeorge Daniel of l'aralso "iiinir
, i tfigh School.. won third prize and
I Wilbert McKinnon pf Paraiso High
, .. lchool; Mariolilorene of Rainbow
''s''' Pity' .-Elamentary' School; Daniel
', McFarlane; of,lainhow City High
g .,$chool,-- and Pamela Robertson of
lough Margarita E 1 e Ine M ery
, tchool. received, fourth' prizes.
Canal, Zone school children have
participated for a number of years
George r: teed, teacher nrin nrintipal
tipal nrintipal at Coco Solo Elementarv
ichool; has teen appointed princi principal
pal principal of the Margatita-Coco Solo Ele Elefnentary
fnentary Elefnentary Schools effective' May 18,
k hits been announced by the Su Superintendent
perintendent Superintendent of Schools. 4,1
Gercich witsuceeed Miss Fran Frantell
tell Frantell MoothMte:who is retiring after
17 yars of service With the pivt
Ilekof Schools, es :teacher,'' tuner
ilsor otepenttansbin,' and .orinci .orinciPal.
Pal. .orinciPal. ,She hakbe,, en Prineipal of Mar Margarita
garita Margarita -,!,,schorl for,the past 12 years
Ind ,recently Was also made prin principal
cipal principal of the re Coe Solo Elsmen Elsmenfarr
farr Elsmenfarr School::: ., -' ; r, ,-,,,
Gercich we! born in tos 'Arigelae;
falit.; and zis Ir, graduate of Geo.
erperdine tollege in the cliss of
9471and .ftOm the 1,TMversity ;.' of
California in 4953. Ile has a mas master's
ter's master's degree 41 education.;
He served time, years with :,,the
tI.S.4 Wavy: and taught : school in
Lennox and ,.Eurbank, CaliL,:, be,
tore coming to the Oanal Zone six
1 ears ago. Dming the past five
ears, be has been teaeher-princiat
at GatuNmillewXristobal a,n4,
oco Solo. t k ,i, titz, .11 4' ..,- ,..
He 'lives is Aeo ,toro ICUs'
kiln an& three small children.
,; 2,21-: :
DI Polaris Ppri(el
Givesilavy Boost -'
CAPZ CANAVER.I.L, trIC,-1483r
first, perfect flight
ef "'Polaris' test-rocket yesterday
gavp the Navv it -big boost in its
CattPit FPI, to develop a submerine submerine1
1 submerine1 bloodied batlistioAntissile.,..'w.t::';;,
The lolid-fuel 1,)olaris,foretunner
exilerleoced none-, of the difficulties
tbat'plagned Miler rocketa,i, The
Navy said the two-stage rocket'an rocket'anpatently
patently rocket'anpatently Achieved ail of its test 013,,
DeVeloprnent of The Pelati:,,bat
tagged because of problets with
the ."Jetevatots,!! We movable, ex exbaust
baust exbaust nozzles used. th -4 guide the
reoket, ,,'', 'On some' rockets' in 'the
current test eerie ,the extreme
beat generated in, the, area of tbe
,nonle8 melted the tubee.
, But the'Navy and Lockheed Air Aircraft
craft Aircraft Corp., which makes the rock rocket,
et, rocket, were ronfident after yesterday:8
, stleeexspit test that they,bave solv solved
ed solved thia
HOMEWARD and 2
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humble go NO lide Oka
ranang 34974 Co iln 772
tli'e.loatham Foundation poster
contest which is intended rto in inculcate
culcate inculcate the higher. principles -of
ipumaneness upon which the unity
' and .happiness of the world de depend;
pend; depend; to empnasize the spiritual
fundamentals that lead to world
filendshipt, to promote -the cha cha'
' cha' Teeter t building (tf the child
by an Micierstandtag d'universal
kinship; to foster a deeper under under,standing
,standing under,standing of any- iymPathy with
man's relations,the aninkals
who cannot speak' for :',, them themsell)eiv"
sell)eiv" themsell)eiv" -
Wo4 on the posters was ,4 done
diiring the school year, All entries
from the Canal ZOne were submit submitted
ted submitted by the iirst'week in February.
The announcement of the winners
Was xeceived-t.from the ,,tathaM
Foundation th ,it,week.1"
IqEINf YORK (IIPri -- Sir Win WinSion
Sion WinSion Churchill flew here- from
Washington yesterddy to visit an
old friend, Bernard Baruch, be-.
fore returning to London tomor tomor11:01,4
11:01,4 tomor11:01,4 The 84-year-old former Prime
Minister, who spent four days in
the. capital, arrived here 'aboard
President Eisenbower's plane, the
Columbine He was accompa accompanied
nied accompanied on the flight by Baruch.
'They were met at Idlewild
Port by James J. O'Brien; New
York city deputy commissioner,
and Sir Pierson Dixon, British am ambassador
bassador ambassador to the United Nations.
Churchill and America's "elder
statesman", first met in 1917 dur during
ing during World War They have re remained'
mained' remained' close-friends since.
Baruch, who is 88, has a large
painting by Churchill on a living
room wall of his home.
Churchill Will remain at the Ba Baruch
ruch Baruch borne until tomorrow nigilt
when he will go to Idlewild to
board a plane for home.,
lb Panama City
Fun s' Reporte
New irregularities in the han handling
dling handling of municipal funds. are
said to, have been uncovered by
the final report ,ef the General
Comptroller's auditors, on, their
investigation' of 1.the books.of
the Palaallia-VAMICipttl, Capla
' iwe 4 'A' ,., ,,
led to the surmnoning by Muni Municipal
cipal Municipal Akttorney Gerard di Leon
of several of the Panama City
'councilmen Who had, tot been
involved 'irk the preliminary in investigation;
vestigation; investigation; '
:''' toe Leon ,,said he it now In Investigating.the
vestigating.the Investigating.the money appro approApriated
Apriated approApriated for the purchate of
'flags for le,st year's Independ Independence
ence Independence Day festivitie.
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Ommittee -ou ,,
.: li FRANK ALIAZIER, sty do any
WASHINGTON s (UPI) The
House ,Agiriculture, Committe,
which goodness linOW6 hasn't got
the answere, either, keeps pepper.
leg Ezra Taft 3enson for com comment
ment comment on onty or anothtr, proposal
fot alleged "rellef of the former.
finall Alas trtmed up om he's
not against,: ,
- Well, he'i not for lt, exactly. Rut
he's not dead set against it War.
So 'a subcommittee hopefully has
started hearing on the tell, sponsor
ed by-Rep. Clark VV. Thompson
(1:1Tex.) and others. il
Some critics took the view right
away that .the bill wouldn't actu
"Revolutionary justice has al already
ready already completed its essentral role
because the worst criminals
have been punished." hese& ',"rhe
revolution is satisfied Abet it has
completed its duty with, the shoot shooting
ing shooting of, more than ZOO war crimin criminals."
als." criminals." ), 2
Several hundred thousand per persons
sons persons crowded into Civic, Squaresto
hear Castro's sneechAn unidenti unidentified
fied unidentified woman in the crowd carried a
sign savitg American Is
With- Fidel," N-
Castro returned here late yester yesterday
day yesterday bv plane from' Trinidad with
an official party of 37:: most of
whom had tiecompanied hint sU the
WRY on his 1,tour 43f the United
States; Canada, and Latin AMeri AMeri,
, AMeri, ;'
' 'The' PananuclifUniciPal Board'
of- Education 4esterder started
distribution, of '256,000 96-page
copyl,books' to 'students of 'Pub 'Public
lic 'Public grades 'schools in Panama
the distribution,, the board -ad
vised parents and teachers that
furniture, school: supplies' and,
textbooks ,distributed in
the' near future::
; DECORATIVE ..-Ziatre Kenn
young tilm actress, adds
decoration to .Shirley Mac4g.-
I Laine's new Alin, "Asko'Any
,4)j.. $,L 10 .6 4:..,
r- -::;':,.; '
do anything for thefarmer; if. question uccess. Mathews said
thoughit might create lobs for thert's nothing ailing his farmers
a few soclologists..What It ,.would that 1110111 wouldn't cliar"..,Op
do is set up a commissioion ,
tountry life, to etudy what ought Rep. George IC Grant (D-la )
to b edone. wanted essurance this wasn't a
' ' civil rithts measure disguised.,
Theodore Roosevelt Drat did Grant, wondered'', also thiw
this,- without asking Congniss, much credt la farmer could': get
back, in 1908, and, some.' enthuid- at thi bank with a commissior re reasts
asts reasts have tended to' credit.d tha port on the ,'Inttrrelatedness
Roosevelt commission on 54)---5' 0 and functions of the various dud dudbasis
basis dudbasis with the' model T Ford, with tutions,1 agencies, and organize organizemost
most organizemost of the .advances, made by Dons serving country
farmers since the tuni of the cen- Thatiis not ell the COMMISsion
Wry. ' would stuily, of course. Aceording
Rep. D. R. Matthews (D- to Roio'C. Buck, president of
Fla.) was olio of those displaying gevertmental group, c e d
only qualified enthusiasm lot' the AMerican Country Life Assn.'
trying to &plicate Teddy's tin. which) ,has bten backing, the
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S rANA514 R: P.; SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1959
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'.1" -g IDIStIngUIS ''''' s
"i-',The animals 3veren't
but more ,thaii,400 ''',eamet not
- A brindle baby kid' "(billygoat)
'and black.: temalehow 1 e r
(monkey), introduced- 'the '0011-
teStaritli On, behalf, Utile Canal
Zone Society:0z the Prevention
Of Crileity, to-Artimaliektts:,,
A thin yellow stray; dOrerash-.
id -the'r, gate-',,and walked-light
up:to the ludge'Slabie-atif he he'
' he' knew the ,whOlt- Show, had been
organized Aust ,tor
Packed ands, at ,.'Italboa
,,, Stadium aild. big. applauSe for,
,,'Imanrcontestants, madt sure,
' that though thialwas-tbilirst
annual -show of Ahe SPCA it ',:
will not, be the last.
Nobody', stolik :the night But
IP. S. Budesheim's, pivot 'of, skil skilfully,,trained,
fully,,trained, skilfully,,trained, child' andrTeenage'
riders., Carried J.,kie 'big drama in
jumps': and inther demonstra demonstrations
tions demonstrations of horsemanshipatia Pan-,
amw,Oity',and Vanal Zona'kids
ridebarebacie:With the, ease,
1 and grace of.young Indiana born
pon iv-tattle' range,
People,f,witb, -cats" and 1 kittens
were ,,eitistered 'On 4:the leld a a1
1 a1 round what's, ,third, bast at Ihe
ball games. :'),
Dog owners ;and ,their 'charges'
were' strung', Out from,' first,: to
:home ,plate with, the
tab between'. -:',4
' Nobody's get; ehewed
ihdithough, some .,:...dogs f!, and !,
PrIlie'2,o at :Iniasses'ilP glanitie
,it'Aulle 141.4q ,, 1,1:141 lo,4,430.61111 1,17ALLAlVt fro It , f 1,,,. , lit
00Ct Olit II Aas IaVorito talon. I.
Oughbreds, bUt.the mixed breedk 1 1,1 , it 1
got the' applause. One tat had B ,,,, ,-.,, 4 .,,,- z4. ,,,',
.broUght her entire ,Ismilyi 0 y foreign Soidlors
five 2-week-old squirmers. , --- -,
; lThe first dog to be jUdged ' ':'' '., ,,' : os''''-'s, ,,.
into Panamanian strugglet was fie fieWas
Was fieWas Balidy,, a yellow mixed- The bringing of foreign soldiers
breed puppy entered And shOwn
by Timothy Peter Leyes. ,, scribed as ,"riot edifying today in
As. the boy and his ,puip a manifesto of ', the unregistered
by a ident Dr.t Arnulfo Ariu.,,
'mounted the judging platform Panemenista nifty led by ex.Pres.
they were accompanied
-thin yellut dog which the au,. ,, "But it liP Midi more shatt;e' ful
dience thought was &miles taw to request foreign hitervention for
trier, come along to root fOr his the solution. of out problems," the
son. Plalfesto acided.;1 .1 ,,,
But as the grown dog' con.. The manifesto was issued in ob.
Untied to- escort other contest,. servance of Abe eighth anniversary
ants, SPCA- Officials became- a.. of the death of several Panamellig Panamelligware
ware Panamelligware he'd 'seen a lot of other Us during' the fall of Arias in lost.
dogs entering the stadium and Arias was overthrown by the Na Nahad
had Nahad alIPPed through, witbout as tional Guard following a popular
registration blank, A uPrising' against tite government.
In -a harried conference, it In the raid on the Prosidenclit sev.
wu deilded he'd better net' "Ill persons were killed, including
two members of -411 National
be snowed to roam free a- Goer&
mons. the leashed animal& 'The party will sponsor a requiem
, But a kindly man locked him mass in Santa Ana Church town..
into a sedan outside. His late; row in -memory of the Panameliia,s
lies ahead of him. k ,,,1
- tas who were killed'during the up upParking
Parking upParking was at such a pre-
mium that two pet-show i'The Inanifesto else was critical
trona parked unconsciously, On o the "insatiable oligarchy and
a railroad aiding. A loud-speak..
pa. rising. ,:,, ,,
the bloodv police clique" and ex.
er warned theM to, Move their pressed fears for the future of the
cars go en. approaching swath swathengine
engine swathengine cOuld maneuver. s republig,If the 4fmallanant cancer
The fashion show that wound and the pestilence Wits crimes"
are not, eliminated.
up the dog Ind 'cat numberS Arias himself was 'described in
found a bride and groom dog the manifesto air themgenuine con conteam
team conteam taking honors. There wag ductor of the people and leader of
a white Professorial 'et wearing the, popular masses" whose "brave
eyegiasses and a black lap end figure looms more majestic and
gown. A black cat looked corn. more grandiose when it is unjustly
fortable in 'a full clown suit.' ostracized."
More Names Come In for Scout,,Camil
The Canal Zone Boy,bcout Council, which IS -leeldng an
official name for its new tamp at' Madden 'Ake, reported re-,
teiving another batch of suggestions today,.
' The Council has apPealed to,the nubile for help- in find finding
ing finding a name. A special conuriittee naMed,by Brit, Gen, George
F. ,Schlatter, president of the Council, will screeitl the tug tug'
' tug' gestions .within the next two weeks. 4
' The name 'Must be determined within the neatluture so
that sport shirts and Other equipment that will be used during
the camr summer sessions can be ordered in advance.
, The latest group,,of, name receivod includetl:,' Corsair,
',Vagabond, Indio, Matador, Tigrillo, ond Agulia 4
Names mit submitted through a Scout unit 1eader should
bO niallel directly to the Canal Zone Day Spout Office, Drawer
- ,C6i.O'in .:... ,Pi.el'16';
But the ,hit Utile evening
;was Jeff Sears',handsome
Dachshund Otto who eame
' dressed as a hot-doge He vvore
long leaves of .Preneh bread
on his sides, plus a'Ndash of
mustard on histack.
s, Teamwork on the dog-andtat
end of the performance was
so good it wits hard to tell who'
was in charge. But 'founding
cOmmittee members Mrs. Bertha'
L; Lewis, Miss Velma Medina'
and P. L. Dade seemed in the
center ot,it all.
A -,, A-
of the judges were tak taking
ing taking a postman's' walk 'for re recreation,
creation, recreation, Headed by Dr. Robert
Wallace, they were Dr. Antoine
Raymond, Maj.; Thomas G.
Murnane of the Army, Dr. Vic Victor
tor Victor Denis and Ben Chisholm.
Sixteen door prizes had been
donated by local merchants.
Two entertaimnent acts filled
mit the,program and gave an announcer
nouncer announcer Sp-5 ,oel Daly a few
minutes to res,t his voice.
,kiThe Charros Hermanos Za Zamorra
morra Zamorra from Lee's Steak House
snd David Watts from Maxim's
got a good hand.
k The showy got 'off Promtply
01,7 pm but' 'it was' well on to
ll'before the lad cat was bund
,dled off, Ane final dog led a
..' ,::C h i 40:4''' : .P I u;1,00.',. : CO.n f u sion
Thompson proponl, it would' take
a "tong took" at lhe problems,
needs goals and prospects of the
Buck said lack of money isn't
the.only problem harassing the
family farmer.' Among others he
mentioned changing COMIUMOT de.
4 ustd to be. thakthet ride we'd;
the bigger' the better7 'he said.
"Now people want little turlays,
small potatoes, and carrots Also
inches long. 'the big thing is (Nati (NatiBuck
Buck (NatiBuck said he hopes tha
sion also will come up at last,
with a finding on what the family
farm is, .4 ,
Abralw6 Littco' In
, Stray Dog
t s a
OW V ISItOrS
Way, and the jumping gear re repacked
packed repacked in the itudesheim, van.
The dog and cat eventa and 1
thier winners viere;
e Mixed Breed Kitten
t; Bette Stringer's Samson;
, 24 Bette Stringer's Dent.
Mixed Breed Cat
Elizabeth Muller's .Pluffy;
2.,Gene and Pamela Hol
3.. Jeanne Walker's Jewel.
1. J. B. McGee's Siamese Gin
kLilyan Panzer's Siam e s e
4t3.34ilyan Panzer 1 s Persian
: ',, Mixed Breed Puppy
L',K, .McKay's Cricket;
2., Laura Pajak's Pixie;
, 3, Betty Ann Womble's Tippy.
' Mixed. Breed Dog
1.4 William L. Lewis' Belinda;
2. A,udrey L. Conn's Light Light.:
.: Light.: ning;
3, Valerie Smith's Skipper.
L Marcia Leonard's Dober Dober'
' Dober' y Man, Penny;
MaL F. Brent's German
, shepherd, Baron;
3. Charlene Bishop's wired wiredx
x wiredx haired fox, terrier, DUchess
1.:Ursula L Dewey's cocker
sPaniel Prince Pedro
i,gUer; A. A.) 4
ivirenn COopers Paringese
tMost Intelligelit 'Dog
L Mavis Clayconib's Stormy
-2. MaVis Claycomb's Tiny
3. Betsy Foster's Tina.
Well-knov:in Artist To Exhibit Works
At 150-MB Today Through May 30
A long-time favorite in art
circles on the Isthmus, Betty
Blew Bentz will have a retro retrospective
spective retrospective showing -of some of her
portraits, landscapes and still stilllifes
lifes stilllifes at the USO-JWB Building
in Balboa from today through
' Mrs. Bentz, qt resident the
Canal Zone for many years, has
studied with numerous wsil wsilknown
known wsilknown contemporary American
painters and teachers, including
Robert Brackman. Raphael So Soyer,
yer, Soyer, Jerry Farnsworth, Gordon
Samstag and Emil' Bisstram. P'or
the past nine years, in addi addition
tion addition to conducting private class classes,
es, classes, she has been art instructor
of the painting classes at the
YMCA in Balboa and holds
memberships tit the Canal Zone
Art League, the National League
of American Pen Women and
the American Artists Profesion Profesional
al Profesional League.
Mrs. Bentz' work has been ex exhibited
hibited exhibited in New York City-and
Miami, as well as with local
group shows which resulted In
a gratifying number of awards
and prizes. In addition, she has
sponsored six exhibitions of her,
students' work at the JVVB and
YMCA and she herself has had
numerbus one-man showings at
the "Little Gallery" at the Ti Tivoli
voli Tivoli Guest House, the USO-JWB
and USO-YMCA Buildings, and
at the former "Bellas Artes"
Gallery in Panama City.
In 1950 Mrs. Bentz exhibited
in the third national exhibition
of art of Panama, under the di direction
rection direction of Panama's minister of
education and last month she
"All this talking," lamtnted
Rep. Henry A. Dixon (II-Utah),
"and we don't know what we're
Chairman Thompson said h
, Chairman Thompson said be
knew. He said. the Agriculture
Committee defined tilt family
farmer years ago as, generally
spealdng, one who farms with his
family. Thompson seemed to
think the problem wain't so much
identifying the family, farmer as
saving him from tarly extinction.
Unfortunately Thompson hen to
Ibreak up-the meeting before a tie
cision was reached. He was due
at 'another subcomMittee session.
on tbe problems of email poultry
Throughont the wor
more peop e u
than any os ther
. t ,, ,,
GENEVA, May (UM Te Big Four foreign
isters began assembling in Geneva today forMondaki
Berlin crisis talks and Russia's Andrei Gromyko started.
stepping up'presiure for an early Summit meeting
GromykOvas tile first to arrive. The Soviet foreign
minister exprsied hope "that the foreign ministers Ceti:,
ference will arrange an early convocation of the headsiof.;
The statemen't 'supported claims by Communist,
sources that the Russians ,vill forego wranglinit over,,pro7
cedural matters at the beginning of the foreign,minist,,
ers meetingin order to speed the way to the Summit con.
feretice that both East and West now regard is ineSit.r',7::'
US Secretary of State Christian Herter stopped over
in Bonn, West Germany, on his way to Geneva,:for talks
with Chancellor Konrad Adenatier; He arrives, here' latc
As Herter landed in Bonn,-, the
West German government ditclos ditclosed
ed ditclosed it had,replied to IttissitqApril
West Germen 'fortes etomic
The replyovas bellevirto have
rejected the Soviet complaint in
much the same forthright terms as
the United States? rejeclion yester yesterday
day yesterday of a similar,. warning against
supplying nuclear weapons to its
exhibited a large portrait and
still-life in an extensrve grand
national juried show in New
York City. With the submission
of two portraits in blis, she also
participated in the recent bi binational
national binational Art Show( held in con conjunction
junction conjunction with the opening of
the new Panamanian North
American Association's Cultural
Center in Panama City.
All servicemen, their families,
and the general public of both
the Canal Zone and Panama are
cordially invited to 'view Mrs.
Bentz' latest display at the
To Begin PC Swim
Sic. George Harrison,' Jr. will
be able to begin his Canal swim
at 3 o'clock Tuesday morning, it
was announced today.
During the past week Harrison
has continue his conditionins at
Rodman pool, since the Ft. Kobbe
pool has been closed for repairs.
"At one time I thought the tough
est part of this thing was tgIghet
in shape for such a swim, t I
found out there was a lot of o er
effort required to arrange for ad administrative
ministrative administrative details," Harrison
"If it hadn't been for the effort
put forth by the .Army I never'
would have got my big toe wet.
I was ready to go fast week and
I am still ready. I can't wait to
give it a try, he declared.
There has been it slight change
in the crew theat Will accompany
him on the swim since his coach,
SP-4 Dave zseigler, of s A Com Company,
pany, Company, ist Battle Group, has come
down with the measles. Going a along
long along in Seigier's place will be M MSgt.
Sgt. MSgt. Harry Sanders, 4he first ser sergeant
geant sergeant of. C Company.
The other members of the crew
will be two A. medics, Pfc. Den Dennis
nis Dennis Pilgrim and Pfc. Ellis Bow Bowman,
man, Bowman, of Hq. and Hq. Company,
and a photographer.
The swim will begin at the Ga Gatun
tun Gatun locks, and end at Miraflores
14'. 4. .4'
predicted today 4 that Gromyko
Ileum ,tryte,4'tottio outside thor
'flitiffirtncil0e At ,g,:osintstors .auch
tquostionah4olk", tins' sootinglot the
' 'last Gorman-, Cern munistC Poo;:'1'4
land and Csochoslovakla so les to L':--
aiold days of ariumant. ;
The lines already wet: draW;t.
for tbe conference opemng Mon Monday
day Monday ,when Secretary of State
Herter pits himself for the first,
time against Gromyko. A
Herter, British Foreign Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Selwyn Lloyd and French, '4,
Foreign. Minister Maurice Couve
de Murville will reject Russia's A's
demand that the Mlles quit West
Berlin and instead will present It
"peace package" to Gromyko. 4
This package, ironed out at a
Paris meeting earlier this month,
offers a new four-power arrange,
ment on Berlin, German reunifica-
tion on easier terms and a Euro European
pean European security proposal. Russia
has served notice it will reject dill
SEEKS TO CHASE WEST ,
Rosie wiji come to the cnnfer cnnference
ence cnnference d,etermined to drive.the AL.
lies out of Berlin but also ap-
narently determined not to upset
the applecart so as to guarantee
the Summit meotinv which Nikita
S. Khrushchev badly wants.
Herter set the tone for the West
in a televised address Thursday -01
night calling for a "fair but firm'
bargaining position. His address
won warm approval in all West Western
ern Western capitals.
LLOYD, DE MURVILLE
Lloyd, arriving Sunday a n d
Couve de Murville, flying in later
today, were to hold preliminary
meetings with Herter to prepare
tor their meeting with Gromyke,
Other delegation members ar- A
rived last night along with
the more,than 1.200 newsmen who "!
will cover the conference. U.
Secretary General Dag Ham.
marskjold arrived yesterday as an
The foreign minister, of E s
and West Germany were due t00.1$'
morrow, to sit as interested parties.
to the meetings. : -100,
The Russian? failed to say whin
they would arrive but announced
that Gromyko would be assisted
at the conference by Deputylror
eign Minister Valerian Zornit,
the ambassador to Britain, JarrO.
The Soviets and the East Ger.
mans were stepping up theirAriv
on the Berlin issue.
Communist diplomats. in Jo des.
cow yesterday were reversing thehP
arguments to say that West Ger--
many. rather than the 111.S.,
ain or Paris was' the big Outset!
to East-West 4greement. 0',
"It's a case of the tail. Wag.
ging the dog." one ComMuniat
ambassador in Moscow sal& 1
PLENTY OF PRACTKI '',..'' ., ,---,-.
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MOSCOW (UPI) ; Mita 'laitt --.,
bulov, 141, has won' first place la It--,,
a rifle shooting contest in Ada ,',, ,,.
home village of Tsinagart, In 'the: A i,
Caucasus, the Tame news agenelt,',4....,
reported Thursday. ,, ,,',;,,l't.k46,,,,..,,!.
Tass said that Ithutulov, one 'el ''",
, .. ,.. ,,..
the oldest men in the world, 4164.,
tered ,the contest sponsored bp, A ,,,,,,,'
young people in the village inet,,,,,,,,,,..
beat all the competition.' He was
,described as a "hats and lissrte,;'''''
Iworker en a conective farm, J, 1
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SEND CUBANS HOME
Having lived here on the Isthmus for the last 38 years I have
- acquired an attachment for the country, for indeed it is my home
now. Therefore I shall express myself as a native since all mem mem,
, mem, bers of my family 'ire Panamanian.
The recent abortive invasion by Cubans was a source of great
concern to me. I am, however, happy it ended as it did, although
I would have preferred going to Nombre de Dios and doing some
shooting. (I had volunteered). But since we elected to do other otherwise,
wise, otherwise, I say ail's well that ends well.
Now we are faced with what the next move should be, and this
- Is my view. We have captured 85 Cubans and their arms and arn,
' mtmition, amounting to several thousand dollars wctrth, at no cost
; of lives lost. This, then, represents assets and we must be careful
7 not to convert these assets into liabilities.
, By.keeping these men here the government will have to spend
at least WO-a day for their maintenance. Therefore, to eliminate
this expense I feel the best move would be to send them back to
"7 their country as soon as possible and let their government deal with
As for the Panamanians who joined them, let's be sure they are
put where they will never again be in a position to repeat such
treachery. The two women should be put where they won't see a
Panamanian or a Cuban for a long, long time
LOVE, HONOR AND SCRUB
Just bad a good old-fashioned belly laugh after reading "Sailor's
Scrubwoman's" letter (Mail Box, May 5).
When she married into the Navy, she promised to "love, honor
and obey" which, in my humble opinion, includes helping her hus husband
band husband present a neat and clean appearance at all times. If, in order
to do this, she must wash a set of whites every day, that's all part
of the institution of marriage.
ICI have the facts straight, the Personnel Inspection is at 0900
on Saturday and thP Change of Command Ceremony at 0900 on Mon Monday.
day. Monday. If I couldn't wash and press one little ()le set of whites in 48
hours, I'd turn myself in at Gorgas because I'd know something was
wrnog with menot our commanding officer, Capt. K. W. Hines.
I'm sure also that Mrs. Hines could and would wash and press
a set of whites if she found it necessary.
Contented Navy Wife
i PHOTO FINISH?
I've had a lot of gripes that I've often had tliftirge to the Mail
' Box about, but just never got around to; However I'm not going to
. be able to sleep until I get this one off my chest:
I've often wondered how many other people feel the same as I
do about the way you clutter,up your paper with all those pictures
: of some Army or Navy charactei being presented with an award
0 of same kind or other. rage after page is sneared with some ridicul ridiculA
A ridiculA ous looking, hunk Of brass .n shorts shaktng hoods and handing out
k certificates forsofne rem tablefete strew as brelling or getting
l to chow three tIniee a da :ign filme.' ,'.?"'STA ..t.t ",--"!
Iluppose tit this makiir Otod reading Or the military, ospecial ospecialTy
Ty ospecialTy for'those overgroWn Cub ScOuti that ,p9Se for suclVpictures. As
, for me, I get downright sick at My stomach every time' I pick up
; your paper and see how much space you've wasted on such tripe.
I assume that it is ithenurpose or aim of anv newspaper editor
, to tnake some attempt to Print artieles of interest and news ss snaee
. allows, but it appears to me that the Army thinks their Pictures in
I the Paper ate more imPortant than what's onino on in the world.
Why not chenne the' TIPMP of votii panor from,1110,.-, Panama
' American to the Puccaneer. and thPr ne4rile it ortRis,,the Artni,
, and Navy posIsl SInce most of von- local news an4 althOst all of
your Strulay suonlernents pre et' military interest, I'm sure they're
the only ores who'd anpreeipto 0
T 1)02 cf you. niease, in the futtir?. Fnare tis from th. tOrtilro of
. lisoving to frost our PVP1 onsome skinnv-leggod or bsrrel Oinne(i in in,
, in, dividosi who has nothing better to do than stick his nose in front of
'. a eaMera.
Fla-h Bulb Brass.
PICKING A TEAM
Get a load nf what we arP tn swallo, now on the ZnPeafser
two lesstues not two teams. play baseball here for, Miny months.
from Decrmber throurh Anril. AR rlavers ninv Another' 12 games to
deternine which 15 players will go to the States to represent the
CP't you imaeine the Stateside tevms which the Canal Zone en entry
try entry will meet nullina tricks like this? Th A small towns nlaveri
not inlay neArly As many rames in a short seasnn. thew ann't fiplii
two teams. let alone two leavites. anri they can't vet 48 players to
play a 12-game schedule for "Plimin-tion" nornoses.
'rhe usual has hannened here The make-believe hAs become
hard reality and the coaches take the boys un there with the avowed
purnose of winninit only. The dire Are lorded And now they ask
na to nick un tickets Whit for? To declare a ZOTIP holiday and
maire fools of nurselves when the expected hfippens and the over overloaded
loaded overloaded team wins?
It's Phny and Smells
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MOEN ,'1:.; nme..ituknom
, Self-important "Colonel Blimp" (Mail Box, MRV 7) gives advice
en anvtihng from GIs' fatigues to seamen's underwear. It suggest
President Ernesto (le la Guardia Jr.. would have clone well to have
nliteed this ecotist on I white charperpreferablv Roy Itorsertkilorge
Triggerat the head of those troops he visualizes himself leading,
soul to have turned him loose with 20 band-picked men to slash 10,-
000 Cubans from Panama's virciin beaches.
,---- -or why not hire Colonel Blimp to write a eolumn tor the love lovelorn
lorn lovelorn for The Panama American' Bow does the old saying go?--
"Ile that knows not. and knows that he knows not Pte."
t IP' 7 ':
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, MISER'S MACHINE?-A device that laughs at inflation is
,,, this paper money counter making its &Wit In &lank at Stock Stock,
, Stock, ,, itwoo4am, tkntotint disks can count 800 bills a minute.
By VICTOR RIESEL
Brigitte Bardot may not know
it yei, but in a strange way she
is the symbol of things to come
on the American industriat tront.
She became that symbol at about
7 a.m. on Monday, Apr. 27. Tile
features of la vie Parisenne in incarnate
carnate incarnate were about to be flashed
in the early yawning hours into
millions of homesbut not "live."
The lady was on tape. She his
been canned in Paris. The special
film had been jet-flown to U. S
studios almost before she go.. ho
for lunch. Then at the very mo
Inent ia Bardot's imagery was to
hit the TV screens, tee camera cameramen
men cameramen and techniciansleft their e equipment
quipment equipment and, right there in the
studios, sat down to write their
grievances to the broadcasting net
work. That was their privilege.
Their union contract states that
can take time out to write gne
vances. They took the moment of
broadcast deadline to sit and write
instead of hitting the airwaves.
Thus began what the Nauonal
Association of Broadoast Emplo Employes
yes Employes and Technicians (AFL CiO)
calls a lockout, because the com company
pany company told them to go and write
their grievances outside the oper operational
ational operational studios. The Nationsi Bload
casting Co. calls it a strike. At
the height, soome -1,500 tehnici tehnicians
ans tehnicians were out. Brigitte Bardot did
not make the Tv screens that mor morning.
ning. morning. Tne union said that its griev grievances
ances grievances were against the taping of
the Bardot film strip bynon-union
technicians in Paris. But there is
much more behind this unrest. It
is the fear of the tape itsett The
broadcast technicians' unin. is
known to be disturbed by-,what
the magic tape, supersonic tran transportation
sportation transportation and futuristic' mechan mechanisms
isms mechanisms can do to human labor by
creating an almost automatic te television
levision television industry.
This is a fear that stalks through
virtually all American labor and
haunts its leaders. It is spreading
a civil war for jobs. Not a war
of union against industry, but a
war of union against union.
Of- course, it is easier tosrenort
this nightmare of the indusnal
future in the glamorous terms of
TV and Brigitte. But the unrest 1
la just as turbulent apd the fears
just as poignant among the etc etctricians,
tricians, etctricians, the pipefitters, the plumb,
ers, the carpenters, the auto work workers
ers workers and the steel makers.
Ai jobs disappear into the new
of magic machines, unions will be
reshaped and influence shiited.
New men will replace old 4iants
in the leadership of -Ameritan
bor. Some of the fighting will break
out a new at the next AFL-WO
high command sessioiliii Wathhig Wathhigton
ton Wathhigton on ,May 18.
The President of the Plumbers
and Pipefitters Union, Peter Schoe
mann, explained it the other day
in a deliberative talk.
Schoemann told of the new Tide
water Oil Co. refinery just built
across the river from the old one
in Delaware City. When tne new
one went into operation, it repiac repiaced
ed repiaced the old one, which was disman dismantled
tled dismantled pipe by pipe. The 4,000 mem
bers of a former CIO union were
out of work. The new plant need needed
ed needed just 400 skilled craftsmen, ma.
ny of them pipefitters.
It that plain you have the basic'
story of the civil war now riming1
through the AFL-C10. 'itie old C1U
union of unskilled workers had no
place i na plant which required the
highly technical skills of the matt
Multiply this by hundreds of
instances, as new machin:'ry whicn1
runs other machinery tautoidaV
tiorli is installed dal.y. Tile CIO
unions are trying to convince in
dustrialists merely to renovate pld
plantsand let the former CIO u uriions
riions uriions construct the facilities.
The old AFL construction unions
'are trying a new technique. fney
have joined with the big contrac-'
tors in the sixty billion dotter mid miding
ing miding industry in a Construction In Industry
dustry Industry Joint Conference about
winch you'll hear a great deal
soon. It is headed by Harvard's
1Prof. John Dunlop.
Together the unions and emplo emplo,yers
,yers emplo,yers in the oonstruction field will
try to convince big industry that
it is cheaper to build new auto
matie plants than to automate old
ones. This would mean that the
construction unions would not on only
ly only build new plants which ned
only a handful of workers, but
would service them, too.
As jobs grow scarcer, the clash
between the unions of the old AFL
and old CIO will grow angrier and
louder and perhaps cleave the
in 1747 the British author
Dr. Samuel Johnson undertook
the writing of a dietionary of
the English. language. It was
a tremendous undertaking that
required year! for completion.
Early in the work he sought
the patronage of Lord Chester Chesterfield,
field, Chesterfield, hoping for financial aid.
Chesterfield ignored the work
until the eve of its publication
in 1755. Then, hoping to have
the work dedicated to him, he (
began praising the book,
M. PANAMA Dam --'Alt-Dmirgrancyrt Dim IfEWSPAPZI1
Well' Weie ed
It was not curious to me that
Kenya's Tom Mboya should in invade
vade invade America at almost the same
time that the bearded old spell spellblinder,
blinder, spellblinder, JOITIO Kenyattat was set
loose from Jail, and all of a sud sudden
den sudden three African groups err
clamoring for him to be released
(Prosontod by tho Dopartmrt
of Christian Education-4f tho' E Episcopal
piscopal Episcopal Church in tho Mission Missionary
ary Missionary Diocoao of the Pan Snill Can Canal
al Canal Zons).
St. Matthew 11:28
REST FOR TRAVAIL
"Como unto mit, all ye that
labour and aro heavy Whin, and
I will givo you rose.
Tranquility, they tell us, ean be
ours if we take tranquilizers. But
tranquility of spirit is not found
in pills, as many know, but in
God. They only real peace is the
kind He gives.
We can't avoid all t,he stresses
of this life, for life will always
have its problems, soMe big, some
lieLle. We are not meant to escano
them, and we don't need to. Ac Actually,
tually, Actually, it is not the warfare that
exhausts us, but the way we wage
it. It is not stress, but the Way
we take it, that raises blookd pres
sure and causes ulcers.
Let's face it: life is made of
problems. But the God who made
us knows this, too, and gives us
the power to live, and peace of
mind even when living is a pro problem.
blem. problem. A peace that passes tihe un understanding
derstanding understanding of those who don't
"Come unto me," He said. In
Him is to be found rerreshment
for the exhausted, peace for the
beleaguered, welcome for the perseeuted.
4t4.X,410!11111k NEA loc.
Mboya And Kenyatta
By BOB BURK
. .... 0 mo,,
from banishment in Lodwar, in
the remote Northern Frontier of
Kenyatta, the archietct of the
murder of 8000 of his own country countrymen,
men, countrymen, will find very few spells to
I just came out of the area, and
there ain't much up thataway but
lava rocks and an occasional
This apart from a competent
camel corps of elite Kenya police,
and some native askaris who will
shoot Your eye out if they find you
armed on the wrong side of the
This apart from a competent
camel corps of elite Kenya police,
and some native askaris who will
shoot 'your eye out if they find you
armed on the wrong side of the
For them, the British are belg
reagonahljt intelligent, about Abe
containing of ,Ktnyatta. I suptodse
they could send him back to En England
gland England and hope for a recompila recompilation
tion recompilation with the white wife and child
he deserted, or they 'could parcel
him off to Moscow, where I,e
learned most of the preachments
which made Moscow synonymous
with Mau Mau. But I doubt 0
either London of Moscow wants
the old boy very much, and cer certainly
tainly certainly they d not need him back
in Nairobi to go around playing
Hamlet. With his successo r,
Mboya, to fan him into anothei
The Kenya cowboys made a
grievous mistake with Keynatta,
The simple thing to fi0 was snoot
him, just as the simple thing to
,do was to hang the late Field
Marshal Sir Dedan Kemathi, who
swung by his self-titled neck for
carrying an illegal weapon.
It was ironic that this accounted
for the last Mau Mau chief, be because
cause because the revolver was undoubt undoubtedly
edly undoubtedly planted on him. The 'fact
that he killed a thousand of his
oen people with his own hands, for
pleasure, was not readily avail available
able available as evidence at the time.
The ,reason Kenyatta was not
shot early on, putting a stop to
a nuisance that developed into a
war, was that when they went to
arrest him there was a flock of
oriva'e bodyguards guarding his
hom, and it would have meant
This put a doubt in the boss po
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liceman's mind, and he went
back to consult with stsperiors on
the advisability of loosing off a
few rounds of ammuniton.
The verdict was right, old chap,
fire away, so when the patrol
came back prepared to shoot
slomo (accidentally) in the skir skirmish,
mish, skirmish, they were checkmated.
Somehow the wily old Moscow
hand had sense enough to dismiss
his armed guards, and he met' the
cops smiling on the lawn.
Unlike the Russians who taught
him his trade, the British still had
some qualms about shooting an
unarmed man, so Jomo ca,me to
the courts of law.
At the time there was no ,.capi ,.capital
tal ,.capital penalty for oath-administration,
such az ,was -later invoked
when th4 brush fire' became a' war
designated as "the emergency,"
so they shovefl him Into jail for
seven years for "running an il illegal
legal illegal social organization." This
has been reduced to five years,
and he is is now in kind of open openhouse
house openhouse arrest in the NM.
1 The chances are they will get
him yet for the mass murderer
he is, in principle, because Jomo
is s great drinker, and like many
Africans, suffers from cirrhosis of
the liver due to a protein shortage.
Brandy is cheap in the Indian
dukahs, and boredom is great, and
I should imagine old John Barley Barleycorn,
corn, Barleycorn, plus boredom, will remove
Jomo from active consideration of
anybody but the other hyenak
which infest the area.
I am stirprised that the Am American
erican American Comnlittee on Africk,
whatever that may be, did pot try
to fetch,Kenyatta to speak on the
same bill with bright young Tom
'Mboyi, a devou,t pupil of Kenyat Kenyatta
ta Kenyatta who employs the same politi political
cal political tactics which preceded Mau
If Mau Mau is under-ground
anywhere, it can be found in
Mboya's Kenya Federation of La Labor,
bor, Labor, at least in principle.
How the American people can
lionize the likes of Mboya can cannot
not cannot imagine, unless it is because
of the pathetic ignorance they
have of what actually exists in
AO that, in a .sentence, is a
balfdozen tinpot politicos like
Mboya, Nkrumah,' Toure (whom
the Russians have already clptur clptured
ed clptured in Guinea) selfishly striving to
bnslave millions of their own peo peopie,
pie, peopie, without giving a colonial'
hoot in, hell about the welfare of
the simple savage.
I quote the late Woodrow Wil WilISon!
ISon! WilISon! 11Liberty in. itself is notGev$
lerninent.- 1,inless it is in practised
hands it Is blednipatible with- tov-'
: ) And these people who presently
.promise the world to 180 million
Ignorant savages, really couldn't
govern a ,cattle kraal with any
degree of success, being basically
too, busy stealing the cattle in the
natne Of what they call "democra "democracy"
cy" "democracy" or "independence."
..AS- facts I mention here that it
took the Russians Jess than three
mrintbs, to move in On Guinea gust
after Sekou Toure made the cover
,TImo magazine, although PS
nerrent of his sublecta couldn't
read' what it sald about Tom,
'and' never beard et Russia.
' LDNDOlt (UM Home Seo
Mary A Butler yesterday
rejected. petition .from 150 Per Perliamentary
liamentary Perliamentary members for commit
taflon of the deal.) sentence on
the knife-murderer of an r
armed London policeman. Ronal,'
Marwood, 24. is scheduled
hang Friday. He was convictei
of ihe stabbing of polleonvin Ha:
Summers, 23, last December
WASHINGTON branta brantam
m brantam peciwur pAaceb ,ty,
sigat-seeing tourist doezin't
uucii: Ai Avid v cEa
r esittelV,, OW, .1F,reboAitm.,-
untied. 'It percouts 4oki.limirfaututb,,,
riga, to ovei,
cene reei 1 of -the ;
Laiung, place jllot'-..itrolis-,434.;kaLomat;
auu wuutio minks 'dark
The kokomi4 his' been
-Lica 147 ulivuncetuou'
to iivc tat.
nuu. his ilumelcos,io.,
nut, on 1LS webv;Oalltlija,,e;:tike,
oL concrete catteq' toe, rent,eigon;
Air' rorce rorcevery
very rorcevery mace tonctened Vita:AIWA:
win to 'dye, anu- nave linan demi,
eu unit man must be told the
,ruth about the uanger
uental atomic explosions.
Hitherto me American military
have discounted the danger oi ac accidental
cidental accidental explosions. nen the
Danes reiused to permit our
a,omic sub to enter the harbor ofl
Copennagen, the danger was dis- I
Now a complete reversal has
been made. An atomic sub, It's
admitted, calk blow up ant4sprait
radioactive Voisod.. So tin Ain
atomic bomb, rocket, or missile.
EASY TO MISFIRE
Greatest danger, cames from
smaller warheaus, such as those
earried on short-range missiles,
the Corporal and the, tionestJotip.
Unforkundtely, these are., not
only easiest to misfire, but are
handled by the least, skilled:.
Air Force stra.egists now admit
this danger, furthermore believe
ihe time has come to warn the
Reason for the reversal Is fear
that an accidental explosion
might panic the nation into war.
Should a bomb explode acciden accidentally,
tally, accidentally, the public could be panicle panicleed
ed panicleed into believing it came from
from Russia, and nuclear war
could engulf the world in a mav
ter ol minutes.
Or some berseark soldier or
scientist. could detonate a bomb
which could bring on war-,
Or some Soviet scientist with
grudge against the Kremlin
which might ba blamed on the
These are the .drimatid, paive paivesome
some paivesome prohlems fiteed by Pentagon
strategists in considering man's
will to survive. t
, Scene 2 the drabs' lakes
place in the high-ceilinged; oak oakpaneled
paneled oakpaneled hearing room of the Se.
nate Interstate Commerce Com Comm
m Comm I' tee.
'Twro scientists, also concerned
about man's right to survive, are
testifying against the confirma confirmation
tion confirmation of Adm. Lewis Strauss to be
Secretary of Commerce.
They helped to make these
terrible weapons of mass death,
and are fearful that their handi handiwork
work handiwork will-eventually destroy man mankind.
kind. mankind. Sen. John Pastore, Rude
Island Democrat, sits. in the
chairman's seat and badgers
them. He will hardly let them
finish a sentence before he fires
a questionor usually a rebuttal
sts,ement in Strauss's defense;
The man. he's defending, form former
er former head of one of the great in investment
vestment investment houses of Wall Street,
smiles. He is cocky and confident,
as the son of an Italian immi
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comes to his defense...
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Inglis of the government's 'Argon. -,,
ne Laboratory. fumbles fOr. word&
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sure Russia was 'realirgoint4.to
Wild Use H-bomb before- going a ahead
head ahead ;tvith this terrible. WeePon WeePonObv,busly
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at htime 'with scientific. lorritulas,
bUtLeompletely it sett ivith4fords
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;Ile Senators -7-pitr hbn-, dotvg.
go whether he would'Int''ittitsia
1 get ahead of the United States.
He writhes an& 2 fumbles! leiri 4 ;an
Of course not,: he says' bd. Mt
the other handand he iries
explain the awful results of the
war that could come from, the
weapon he's helped, prnduce. :
ELDER STATESMAN RIGHT
HA doesn3 r4em to renitmher,
and thn SonaterA filhg"7 Wind to
rememberif tney ever knewthat
such a flistinguished elder states statesMan
Man statesMan as Henry L. Stimson, a Repu Republican
blican Republican serving in four cabinets,
oroposed thy we give the atomie
bomb to Russiagive it. not trade.
And this was ,one month after
Stimson had ,been SecretarY of
War in the. Taft Cabinet, Seere Seeretary
tary Seeretary of State in th.. Hoover Ca Cabinet,
binet, Cabinet, and then. came back' to
serve tinder Roosevelt -and !Tru !Truman
man !Truman as Secretary of War. He bow bowed
ed bowed out in October, 1945.
Before he bowed out.. hn
posed- in cabinet meetind ..that
since Russia was sure to develop
her own stomic bomb SVP should
give it to her as an ally and ,aa a
gesture which would, hell) toliesd
off cutthroat arms race.
otberwiae. nun who had
served tinder tom Presidents warn warned.
ed. warned. rivolrv with Atm-lista might
well lead to a third4drig, war.
stirns,, wag overruled 7, to 3
by the Truman Cabine, And the
drama nf coningwith man's rieht
to sorvive in the race which
has followed, now eountinues. in
the Pentagon.' In Senate hearing
rooms and elsewhere b wasa
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1 their grievances outside the over-1 F.,t10,11-Sliltr,P:;S:41,7f4; AiW4IliAt7iiiii7.g-eC24Y02P9jintif,d-; ;;OrAV,v171
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, 7 riot to convert these assets into liabilities.
; By keeping these mien here the government will have to spen' casting Co. calls it a strike. At 'W yr lio,,yr et';,""t's CO
at least $100-a day for their maintenance. Therefore, to eliminate the height, soome -1,500 tehnici- fi31,AA(.4,V, -,;',4,,1144:v4 -Nap..12
. : k, s....,1,1 ha 11 cent them back to "Aa.q1,cr!s-t
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their country as soon as possible and let their government deal with not make the Tv screens that mon. 1-
rthemv lung. ? ey.. ,ti4sS
t As for the Panamanians who joined them,. let's be sure they are
, Tne union said that its gnev-
, put where they will never again be in a position to repeat such 104,
ances were against the taping of 'Pi 41
trrhrv The two women should be put where they won't see a the Bardot film strin by no141mm .teiftwfbo; "4'4.4;;s.1,:a!-AK
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, 34TURDAMIIAT 9,'1959
1 ;',i1VIPLAIS" otthe.Iniineering khd.Constrtiction aureaii with SO or more years of serviccare shown receiving service awards from Gov. W. E. Potter in a
ceremony held hi the Upatairsolub-room of the-Diablo1iervice center.. ,The groPpy totalirig 145 person, Was one of the largest single groups to receive the
,t,,'when Potter: presented 30-year,,pinsariCcertificates 44.8a employes ,ot- the 30-year 'service certificates and pins last,week., The last of the service awards
!",4 ceremonies was held on the 'ffott'etepS of the;AdrainiatrationBuildingleridayWhen Potter presented 30-year pins and certificates to U employes of the
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'Elements of ILS'.'Arm Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean will conduct firing'on both
sides of 'the. lethrrius, during the
coming week.AThe,,,schedulesin week.AThe,,,schedulesineludes:,
eludes:, week.AThe,,,schedulesineludes:, A
14 tne Rio 'Hato area D Com-,
', pany;t4th ATITIDr;" tonal be tiring
171I' 24tilieur r day: schedule
Merit-Yaw:VIZ,' The maximum
altitude ls.-5718 -feet ,,and the
maximum' horizontal range Is
7400 yards'. 4, '-'
Also on-Mar-11, -at the Fort
sherman Known DiStanee
Range, there VIII be firm from
a,tri:,.to C30' pan: by 'stu 'student
dent 'student ,at 'the Junglev:Warfare
Training Center. Maximum ,a1-
-tirade is 200 feet'and horizontal
$ 'range, 150 yards.
, , 4 P T
Activit la scheduled. at the
rort -,Sherulan Ithown' 'Diatance
Range' for IWT1';'. troops on 'May
41 12,arid' '1111413. at,3 Tues TuesdaY,
daY, TuesdaY, MaY 12, 'the rang.) will be
(0 in usf irpin a'an. to 5 p
while, the Wining day firing
is to be conducted from Cie
, a.m. to midnight. ,1,113 mam mama:A44,
a:A44, mama:A44, altitude' e ;00 teet
and the ,inaXimurri peri,tomal
Imige Will be,150 'yard's 04
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f, MENNE MEHIELi the first enlistee'under:Jhe Reserve Forces Actk is shown laiting the ()AUL':
From left to right'are Capt. 11.A.. Fielder, senior advisor RFA, Col. C;, A. Beall Jr.,, adjutant gen-
eral VSARCARIB, and Mrs. Christopher Mehiel. Mehiel, enlisted -for eight years in the-Reserve,
and six months active - ql.S Army Photol'
JS Army Carib To Conduct
Fi rirfg mr;
' 12 the 4th Gun,SAttailon,: 517,th
Artillety,As to fire howitzers itt
Emnire ,.Artillery Range, in ;the
Fort; .1slobbearea. MaAirnuni2a'-
titude,",,,is .11,100 fee. taud 'nikxF:
Tha',-,43cheoule 1120,,,413:, ticludes,:14-VOm
6:30- to Mid Midnight
night Midnight at the Pill a', Ligats
lery and Pilia
Ranges:Atlantic area, firing by
,lungle Warfare., Trainirtg
Centg,4' with A rilaxiintlinr altir
MUM hortzt:intal,::..ranigo, of, 150
yarcls;, from 0 0ml at
the 'Fort, ..2pavis SmO., Arms
Ranger.. tiring by the:- VSARr
CAR113.:,SchoOt with a imatiVourn,
altitude:It:1;1000 fet net ,hori-'
zontal,,ringe, Of, 1650 'yards..
At the: P iting and
Liglit4rtillerr Ranges on May
14, troops, froM altsil-e are to
fire betWeen,the hours of 6-ant
and 4:30 Ori. The maidintim al altitude
titude altitude will be--12,60(h teeter and
the maximum horizontal range
Will be '.8000- yards.,,,-
CARES ( SchOol,. w1111-utillie I the,
Tiring Range be be11401k,
11401k, be11401k, on
Ma1715,:When.the4nalfirribrit al al141
141 al141 .,13-en''16,t,02,.t feet and
the l'sirtge',7460, yards'.1, .;'
The., Plato. TrairtneArea
will ',be ,6the r scent;' 'or activity
by MOrtarBattery, '1st Battle
Group, 20th Infantry, on a 24-
hour a d,ay basis from May 15
to May 18. Maximum altitUde
IS'0500 feet 'aria the horiZontal
range4 '6oclo yards.' "'
ThroUghbut the kitfre 'Month
Units trout 'the' lst Battie Group
are edndubting rifle and carbine
firing from a.111. to 5 p.m.
'daily at the Empire KnoWn DIS DIStance
tance DIStance Range in the Fort Kobbe
area. Maximum' altitude is...12,-
5'20 ieet'and tile range is 3500
Daily firing, from qt,in. to
4:30 p.m.,also 18 going on at
the Veriado Beach' Range in the
Fort Kobbe area this month.
Mazinium 'altitude is 300 feet
and the horizontal range is 150
Pistol firing is scheduled daily
frotn, it.m. to 6 p.m. at the
Fort Clayton Pistol Range. Al Altitude
titude Altitude is 2000 feet, horizontal
range IS 50 yards.
Pipt At.gainst Portuguese Premier
Smashed Witit-Sene Of A t
LISBON RIPI)--Interior Minis Minister,
ter, Minister, Arnaldo Schulz disclosed
today that it plot to overthrow
the government of Premier An An1onio
1onio An1onio ,de Oliveira Salazar w a s
smashed ,with the arrest of 31
ringleaders, including nine army
1 He said, Communists as well as
persons of other "political' ideolo ideologies'
gies' ideologies' were involved.
". Schulz made the disclosure in
imerview with ,the Lisbon news newspaper
paper newspaper '0 Seculo. He. charged th
the conspiracy uncovered in eariy
March had its roots 'in' last,year's
presidential electionsin which un unsuccessful
successful unsuccessful candidate Mat Gen.
Humberto Delgado whipped up
Sebulz said lists of imrsons
marked for vengeance bp the con conspirators
spirators conspirators had been found. But he
gave no details.'
Informed political sources, how however,
ever, however, said the rebels' planned to
seize Salazar and most of his cab cabinet
inet cabinet members and put them on
"trial." They said, leading finan financiers
ciers financiers and the directors hnd chief
editors of Porguguese newspapers
also were to be taken 'prisoner.
The sources said the rebels had
drawn up a list ot 5o names. The
clinspirators were to be divided
T St 'A'T I
o an A rin
In TWO COUrtii- ';'
HAMILTON. O. (ilin; Irl
ing bank bandit Frank SPren will
be tried in both- federal and state
courts for robbing the Plaza
branch of the First National Bank
of Hamilton last March 2.
Prosecutor Robert Marrs said
Spren, 29 will be arraigned fhere
on or about May 21. He said the
decision was made after confer conferring
ring conferring with federal authorities in
Cincinnati, where the accused rob robber
ber robber is scheduled for trial in U.S.
District Court May 20.
Marrs said under a IT,S Su Supremo,
premo, Supremo, Court ruling,. the suspect
may be Aried in both federal and
state courts on the seine charge,
since hte -PflenRe reoresents a
violation of both federal and state
Soren who was captured in
Mexico last month. will be ar arraigned
raigned arraigned here for robbery or a fi financial
nancial financial institution and grand lar larceny.
ceny. larceny. The laltm charge involves,
an airplane allegedly stolen bv
Soren in miking his escape with
into groups of five, with the lead leader
er leader wearing an army officer's uni uniforth
forth uniforth whether he was one or not.
a At a signal, the rebel bands
were to zwwori down on the
homes of the 50 marked men and
take them prisoner, informants
said. The prisoners then were ,to
be taken to a central depot to be
held for trial and possible execu execution.
tion. execution. by "people's courts."
- Police were tipped off the
nlanned assault on the Portuguese
Legion Center at nearby Alcantra
and moved in. The rebels were
capttired without a shot being
fired, the sdurces added.
gumors -that a reyolutionary
movement' had been smashed
'have circulated in Lisbon for the
past months. The Schulz interview
was the first official confirmation.
WHERE'S THE MANUAL?
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UPI)
The government spent $1,900,000
tu air condition the Federal Build Building
ing Building here.
But when the mercury hit 90
degrees yesterday, federal em employes
ployes employes continued to swelter away
It seems nobody knew how to turn
WYOHIC (UP1)--Initial con- nies Friday, but it was -reported
tract taikt Itetween,L,the United that the meeting with -rest
Steelworkers Union and the in- Lakes Steel, a division of Nation Nationdustry
dustry Nationdustry ended. yesterday with both al Steel, ended on a 'sour note.
sides so far apart that a settle McDonald admitted the Fleet Fleetment
ment Fleetment before the July 1 deadline ing did not end on a "harmnnious
appeated remote.. note," but he denied,that it had
The industry awl thi' union said been broken off. He said the two
they would begin active "bread- sides would get together again at
and buttee' contracV, talks A on the proper- time.
Monday with each side repre-
Coqper again reiterated the
sented by a -four-man bargammg
tpam. companies' belief that ithe ycan ycanA
A ycanA , not absorb any more employment
BIM Utley "yaw v.:1U ...v ,1".'- co6
yer again reiterated the
sented by a -four-man bargaimag
tpam. '' , Companies' belief that tthe ycan
, not absorb any more employ,nent
qllavid J. MCDonald, president cost increases because the result
-of the union,. and R.. Conrad w o u 1 d be "a further profit
Coopser, chief industry negotiator, squeeze that would be ruinous."
both expressed hopes tor a peace- McDonald said 'the union was
ful settlement but their diamet- adamant in its determination to
rically opposed stands did n 0 t win a fair, non-inflationary con consupport
support consupport Ms., ':1 yact embodying improvements
-Of- iii-e- Union and it.. Conrad would be "a further profit
CooperT, chief Industry negotiatar, squeeze that would be ruinous."
both expressed hopes for a peace- McDonald said "the union was
NI, settlement but their diamet- adamant in its determination to
Tieally opposed stands did n 0 t. a fair, non-inflationareymeconns,
: '-, tract embodying improv t
support this thiscooper,
cooper, thiscooper, 'an 'executive vice, prCsi, "earned, and justified by-, 01e:ern 01e:ern's:lint
's:lint 01e:ern's:lint 4 of 1LS. Steel Corp., again , . :,:, ,
nailed for'a one-Year wage freeze.i ,...,,,.",,, ,,, .2 , .,,,; ,,,:
He 'admitted proposals submitted .e..,,.., :,...zi: . , .,
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by,' the union show "substantial, 't-,',;&;,i.:-, ',;...1.,:,'. ,,,,,.. ,, .... -,,,.
differences between us." '-'1', ,, ,z.,,.,...,.,,: ,, ,,,,,,,.,, ,, ,,:,,,,,,,, ,,,,,...,,,,
,They both additted that thd ..-. ':,'.,,. ;.''-, ,,,,,,40, ''' )2:-. ;
short recess between the initial i'..i- .,, ''., ., .,,. -1,-, ,, .,,,, :
: talks sod the joint collective JbaP:' ,:i.,,,......,,, ,,: .. :f,,,,,, ,,..,.
gaining 'sessions,, reflected the ..,..,,., .''.' ',,,,,.:-,,ivs!,t ''',',, .7.'.....,, ,'1,;,.,
need to get 011 with the job as 11.0'..'f: , -, ''.. -,, I.-....i
, soon as possible. ' :.'..;., .,.,,, s,, ,., '', , -'... ... I
In 'the Abackground of union de. ,,, t ,.....H.-- ''',.', , 'ity,k,,-
mands for a substantial Avage in- ,, !,,,,, ,,, , :,,,,. ,, ,,,
, crease and "industry demands for ,i-:-:: ,, .-.,. !;,;,.; ,.,, ,:1,,,,:.,5,,, ;
a wage freeze is President Ei- iir.. ,,i.-:,-,' ,.., ....., ,r ,,,,
senhower's warning this viceit ,'. 4., i,.. '', :45;:,t-;;.y.,:-.74.74., ,
that he may seek government in- .,,. ..... ,,., .:,.. ,,
tervention -if a new contract leads 7, -,2 ', !;;,,...i': , ,, ,.. ,
, ale new inflationary w ge-price -:',,:,:,-,..':'-, '' -- ': l, ...-.,,,. 'k
MAMA AMERICAN ,' AN ANDtPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPEZ
0.iti..y.'''''::.,:::g'.d..i.1"'.;M',.1.1 es ,.-A-06. it
The preijminary meetings thiS
Week :were Amid bet we en the
union and the individual compa.
Wes. The and the compa companies
nies companies exchanged proposals, wnieh
will' be studied during the recess.
106 Monday the two sides will get
together for bargaining, with the
entire industry represented by
one bargaining team.
The current three-year agree.
ment covering 500;000 worhers
expires at midnight on June 30
and a sixth postwar steel strike
is almost a certainty if no new
agreement exists by that time.
In another development, the
National Labor 'Relations Boar&
turned down a union request far
an investigation of charges the
tndustry plans to engage in 4
"lockout" in the event the anion
strikes only part of the industry.
Arthur J. Goldberg, general
counsel of the union, when told of
this ruling 'said: "We will have
to give more eonsideration to
what we will do than the general
conusel (of the NLRB) gave to
our request before we can make
,a comment on his action."
The union concluded its "sound
tiff" sessions, which started Tuel Tuelday,
day, Tuelday, with 12 major steel compa
At Chicago Fair
The inaugural address at the
first annual expositiin of the Ne-,
gro in Business and Culture, sched scheduled
uled scheduled fir Chicago on May 14, will
be given by Geo. W. Westerman,
meMber of Panama's United Na Nation
tion Nation delegation.
The exposition, scheduled until
May 17, wilL be held at the, Cole Coleseum
seum Coleseum and is being sponsored un under
der under the auspices of the New Cru Crusader,
sader, Crusader, a popular Chicago,publicatiin.
An estimated 300 or more out outstanding
standing outstanding American firms will dis display
play display their products against the
background of progress made by
the Negro in America.
RED FACE MUSICIANS
LONDON (UPI) -- The band
played the wrong Italian an,hem
at Weabley Stadiuni yesterday
rrior to a soccer game between
England and Italy. The one
played was the old "Royal An Anthem"
them" Anthem" that went out In 1946 when
ex-King Humberto II went Imo
exile and Italy became a re
ploy& productivity- and the in industry's.prolits,"
Cooper said the company has
an obligation to pay dividends to
its 300,000 stockholders whose
needs are no less than the steel steelworkers.
workers. steelworkers. He said the average
-stockholder's' total inconle was
lower thkn the average stael staelworker's.
worker's. staelworker's. McDonald countered by saying:
"No member of the United Steel Steelworkers
workers Steelworkers of America has an in income
come income even remotely approachrug
any top official of I.J.S Steel."
McDonald makes $50,000 a year
as head of the giant union. Roger
M Slough, rn4es more than
$200,000 as chairman of "Big
Steel." The average steelworker
earns $3.03 an hour.
LT. COL. ROBERT H. EVANS, director of the tactics department
of the U.S. Army Caribbean School; pins the Expert badge on Capt.
Dante J. Iturriaga Marchese of!Satitiago, Chile. Ituntiaga fired the
pistol, caliber .45 punning up a score of 297 out of a possible 350,
which qualified him to win thehonors of the outstanding pistol
shooter of the Infantry weapons and tactics class. Iturriaga also
won a sharpshooter medal for the,carbine (US Army Photo)
Din'ainite Blasts Rock Tenn. Tob!n;
"1651ilite Ort Waij'Dispite
JELLICO, Tenn. (UPDDyna- has resulted in at least two sla:
mite blasts destroyed two coal ings and several gun battles.
tipples and shattered windows 'Damn, I hate it," said Jellic
and store fronts along the main Police Chief Roy Leach. "We'v
street' of this little mining town got a bad enough name withot
yesterday in apparent extension of that blast, It hurts our town.' Je
recent coal-field violence. lico WAS the hub of similar co:
Damage was estimated at 6120,- industry violence in 1954,
000most of it to the two big both tipples, owned by the G
tipples, loading and grading Coal Co., were ruined by ft
ramps for coal which is hauled blasts. Forty-two Windows in bu
from nearby mines, sold at the iness places on South and Noll
tipples and loaded 'on railroad gon- Main Street and commerci,
dola cars for shipment. At least street were shattered by the e:
one was running coal for a non- plosions.
The new coal field troubles be- Naar Town Hall
gan with a strike by United Mine The tipples were less than 1,01
Workers locals in Harlan, KY,, feet from City Hall and poln
March 9. The strife has spread headquarters. "The explosion wi
oVer other southeastern KentuckY a hell of a roar,' said Haro
and opner-East Tennessee coun- Downey, a druggist. He said ti
blasts occurred between 12:30 at
12:45 a.m. "I'd say the explosp
eWxpicreodn!racts with mine
The union is demanding new miture was at least 60 per ce
dynamite,' Downey said.
for Campbell County Sheriff Ro
cpoanytriancesets awaeithtoas225a adadyaybase
Kitts arrested four Jellico me
later released them. Office
non-union mines. said they denied any part in tl
Small truck mine operators havp blasts.
claimed they cannot meet the. de- Damage to the tipples was es
mends. mated at $100,000. Businessm
estimated the explosions caus
$211,0e0 damage to their shops.
coal fields. The violence so far
, cejneteltri"oi athtryTnenle2s's6eNe'aisenitnuctkhye
The blasts followed by hours
has resulted in at least two slay slayings
ings slayings and several gun battles.
'Damn, I hate it," said Je Rico
Police Chief Roy Leach. "We've
got a bad enough name without
that blast, It hurts our town.' Jel Jellico
lico Jellico was the hub of similar coal
industry violence in 1954,
both tipples, owned by the Ga.
Coal Co., were ruined by the
blasts. Forty-two Windows in bus business
iness business places on South and North
Main Street and commercial
street were shattered by the explosions.
Noir Town Hall
The tipples were less than 1,000
feet from City Hall and police
headquarters. "The explosion was
a hell of a roar,' said Harold
Downey, a druggist. He said the
blasts occurred between 12:30 and
12:45 a.m. "I'd say the explosive
miture was at least 60 per cent
dynamite,' Downey said.
Campbell County Sheriff Rose
Kit's arrested four Je Rico men,
but later released them. Officers
said they denied any part in the
Damage to the tipples was esti estimated
mated estimated at $100,000. Businessmen
estimated the explosions caused
$20,0e0 damage to their shops.
The blasts followed by hours a
shooting involving coal men at
Habersham, ,about 13 miles south
of here. John Deal, operator of ot
strip mine, said he and four
other met working at the mine
were fired onfrom ambush. No
one was, hit.
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f,',,. .eeremonles was held on the frott'steps of the., Adra?lyitpl4on I ,,,, ,,, 11,, ., ,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,, ,
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, MENNIS-nMEHIELi "the first local' erilistee:nnder Jbe R,eserve Forces ACTsr. is snowa.,raxmg me oativs.. soon as possible. ' ''..,,,,.-.', ". ':2,:t -' ;-'t TI--- .,, ; L,.,,,,, --- i v nommen 19-, ,' .4
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4 From left to right' are-Capt. IL,A; Fielder senior advisor RFA, Col. C; A.. Bead- Jr',.i adjutatit gen ., In 'the Abackgroimd of union de- !::' -;,:',,w:--..',..'" ,' 7 ,1-: , ''': ,' ;,,,e, v C1CLM flights to the Caribbean, .;. .'
. eralITSARCARIB,-:"Athiel and Mra- "Christephee,,Vehiel. Mehiel enlisted -for eight lear,t'in ,tbe."1,e:',.,.' mands for a substantial 'wage. in- ,',,:: ','',,,','-.,--, ,.,.. ',- ,,,;.,,--- -.. ' ,... ,, -- ',Ay-,,''w
trLr,1 Central and South America '' .-..
,. serve' and nsixw months active 'duty. -, ,' '' :: -t' ,1,.S .arinT, Pun I)' crease and 'industry demands for.", ,,-"-,,. ,,,.. ,-.. .-..,;:.--;,.- ..,,,,,,- :, 1 , ,, , ,
KLM, Tivoli TAevenue, Panama, R.P. -,.' ,--- -i.
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--- ' '' a wage freeze is President EY ''' i' a , ....,,;),
El -, B. ii.. ,. ., senhower's -warning t h i s w'eek ,.,:,1, ;.:,. "..,k--,-,,,.. :,,w, :, ., -, ve, ,w. . .. '' ,,, I. 2-1d22
... It USLArm. 'CarA -To.; -on uct .... that he may seek government in.' ,... .'-i,,,,: '''' i''...., 1.'n-,.:i., .4-' '.- ,--,. :....:,:' ,-:.:-.:,. -...,,c , -',1
' ,--.,,,,' '. '' :-; "' tervention -if a new contract leads '''.:.. .:--,''.-.- ..f.,' ,,,,,,':4 ,', , ,',..,.. --- ,.',,,,, -,.,i::;.,,
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new inflationary wage-price ':,-,-,, w .J. ...---, ' :, : -, '-:;'.r- ' 7
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. Finng nk-Bpttl' Si es- - tar
,-.:- ,- .',',, -...,. : , .....,,-.... ,.,.,,,,.,..,,..., e....,,,,,...-.,,, week "were bald b e t w e e n the ., .1,,. ,ww ,,,, .. , ; ,, .., ,t., ,, , ,..
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' ' i'''' ''' ' ' ' ,' ' I : ... , , HAMILTON. C.' (u.111,--- '11Y' union and the individual compa, '4--- -,-,-.-- - I''
, ' 4
, ing bank bandit -Frank' Seren will ides. The itniett and the. compa- , '-. ,...,, ,: v,',. , .- -- --- -;' - .
A ; be- tried win, both-federal aryl state nies -exchanged proposals, wnich :.. .... !4--:-.,.,' -- ...-- .w 4 ,.,- --, , s.,-A. T A r ..... ",
' -Elements"Of U.S'.-Arm Carib- by MOrtar'' Battery,' '1st Battle courts for robbing ,the Plaza , .. .. .. ,.., ,,
will'. be studied during the recess. - -. -.- .-,,,.-.4-,... '...,0'n -. ,-- - ;-- 4,,,,,,'
- bean will conduct firing'on both Group, 20th Infantry, on a 94
- -- branch of the First National Bank oil Monday the two sides will oet : 1 .. ,,, -,-,,,.,'. .-,-. ,- ,i44. ', t -.--' w, ---- - uouble Treat s ''' n
sides -of the- lathrtius-during -the hour a d,ay beets' from May 15 of Hamilton last March 2. together for bargaining, with the '.' -..' .- ...-. :,.. y s---N. : .-. A
, coming week.The,,sehedulesin. to May ie.:Maximum altitUde Prosecutor Robert Marri gain entire industry represented by, ,:::: .-;,". 4'..', -' '"n' i -- 1 4 U A
eludes:, id 0500 fe t arid the horiZontal , -. -,.,
w -,--..- ,---,- Spren, 29 will be arraigned ',here one bargaining team. 0" ;:. 4 ,' '-',....' -- i s ,-, ,,,,' :., ' , i
in tne Rio 'Hato area D Com-, :range" id"6000 yarns. ' on or about May 21. He said the The current three-year agree, 'n ,--.".: .-'.,.,;,-,t41- i ,,,-,,... .--!, ,, ,...,...:,...., ,.. T, ,A '''
..1,' pany; tatir AnT1Dr;"4111"be-firing 7 Throkighbitt the' l'itltre 'Month decision was made after confer- E , .,
VW'S,' 241.1lieur 'ix r day: schedule unite froul 'the' lst Bettie' Group ring
with federal authorities in ment covering 500;000 worsers ,J, -,- ."'''''S' '... .w ..,.:;:.-,,,.). z-' -,, ,, , ,....-2,. ,,, ,. lesr.:,,,:::
expires at midnight on- June 30 .,-.., .'' 4:- '.:-:.. '''-.' ''''' "'"'-'1'-'f f. ,' ' ' t k'''),4.'''''''
Al May.-,11eana'12..," The 'maximum- are ednduCting rifle and carbine Cincinnati, where the accused rob,
altitude is-5718 lept ,and -the 'firing front 7 Lin. tO '6 pm. and a sixth postwar steel strike '.:. 2-. ,.;. .."- "I ,, ,'-, :. 't,s,, ,. ,
her is scheduled for trial in U.S. is almost a certainty if no new :.:.... ..-l- .-z.' ''' ..--,.- '-- ' I '-'. : S
Se maximum' 'horizontal range is 'daily at the Empire KnoWn Did- District Court May 20. agreement exists by that time. ,, ..1:,. --..,.:-,.:1., :".. , '::: ,-, '' , ,, --.4; N . ,--,
' 7400.yardr. "'' .- .-' ' .tance Range in the Fort Kobbe In another development, the :,'' ,'; ,.:':,-,- -,:' n '.,',". ',- ,,, 1 Y-- , '. ,," ; ',;,--" ','- BY k'
Also on-Marla, -at the Fort area. Maximum altitude is12,-
(S Marrs said. under a U.S. Su- National Labor 'Relations Board '.:: '. --,..: 4.'s ;4,,, ,, .4, f 4 ,d 1., u
Sherman KnOW; Dia t a n e e 5'2'0 -feet-arld the range is 3500 preme, Court ruling,-.,the suspect turned down a union request far .:- ...,., '..:. '. v' ' ,' !'1,,,'' -, 1.):5;,:::' r--:" ,
Range, there VIII be firm trom yards: '- -' maNw be Aried in- both, federal and an investigation of charges the i,.'i."4.. ..? ,.:., : 0.,- .' -",,,,1 ,- ..'- .F.,--- D
D.:, !. '''.
',6-:30 aart:,!to 4-30: pan:. by 'stu- -pally' firing, frOm .1 'ain. to state Courts On the smile charge, badustry plans to engage in 4 ''.'.:-:., , , ,,,,,,,,,,--rpl,'- 's, : ,, ",'
dentt ,at 'the Junglev-livarfare 4:30 Ptri.,2'aldo 'IS, geirig On at since hte -woffenae renresents a A A',
'lockout" in the event the union 2 i'-',4,4,it ''s- '...i :' ' :i ,--- ',.' ;." ,. :-'.,, -:''..
-Training Center. Maximum 'al- the ITenado Beach'Renge in the violation of toith federal and state strikes only part of the industrY: ii.'' .., e,.. :8,,,i,,,,,k -,,www,:,in-., ,,ww4,4,444.4, N. ,. ,,. ,..
.titude is 306 feetand horizontal :Fort Kobbe area this month. law. ,' Arthur J. Goldberg, general
A -, sange, 150 eards, - : ,- l':' maximum 'altitude is 300 feet Snren who was cantured in
, , ,
yards. counsel of the union, when told ef LT. COL. ROBERT H. EVANS, director of the tactics department
and the horizontal, rartge is 150 mode last month. will be ar- this ruling 'said: "We will have of The U.S. Army Caribbean Schpol, pins the Expert badge on Capt. Y Y
.Activityl'' la sehiduled. at the
Ow reigned here for robbery of a fi- to give more eonsideration to Dante J. Iturriaga Marchese of '4Satitiago, Chile. Itunriaga fired the ,,,
Fort -,SherM anri Known 'Diatanee
Pistol firing is scheduled daily nancial institution and grand 'ler- what we will do than the general pistol, caliber ,.45 panning up a" score of 297 out of a possible 350, ,...,;
. Range for ;WT.,,troops On Y
-1 ,,0 Tus.. froirr .7 am. tb
6 p.m. at the ceny. The lattor charge involves conusel (of the NLRB) gave to. which qualified him to win the, honors of the outstanding pistol
4 1'2, arid' Ilwlay"1.3, tit3 wel n
Fort Clayton Pistol Range. Al- an airplane allegedly stolen bv 9:15 Double Co a
day, May 12,,n'the, rangwi Will be our request before we can make shooter of the Infantry weapohs and tactics class. Iturriaga also
I) .n1 tittldq is 2000 fee,t, horizontal Soren in making his escape with a comment on his action." wo,n a sharpshooter medal for the,carbine. (US Army Photo)
0 in i3,6f 11'41;A:- 7' Iflil' t9 0 e '.." range i' 50 yards. ' P.M. , L. NOON
while, .the Ipilowlilg day. hring about226,000. The union concluded its "sound : '' , w. i
,Is to be conducted ftoni Cie ,. ,. . .. Off" sessions, which started Tuely .., i ,,
. ,l'AiA1 ., ,,,,, ,
: a.rn. to ipidnight. The maxi- pl t ; ; day, with 12 major steel compa- Dynamite Blasts' Rock Tenn T wn
ill-r-01, altitude' ,011,',be 300 ,te,et ,
1 o lgainst ',Portuguese Premier - .'
,. gi,,,.. tile ,,zoptillwai,.,PurIP,.,41a,,,- ,,,,,,,,w- ,' 1., ,,,, --- t wiwww !w-..,t.-4.,,i---w ... .- ,.
't '' nn'n ''sn WeSteettiCittr TIICIVe ''' ' '' ''''I"' ' '''' ,,
s , El( Coll II... of lif C4.01 441. ', : it W 1 , .. D. ''
BIG I 1 0 : ' '''' -';'
lnitee -Will be; 150 :yarns old, weett'' .' bi, w- tiwt i4r, .-!'"' ""n ''n""" '1:9' 1'. '''' '
, P ( t 0, fa 1 . r '1
day-i: to. I - I -'"I a e
' r I bi;71 an'31' ''' ' 'Ill' n '' 'n' '''''' s' ''''' 4 'IL '' n' ; '' ' ''' ' ''n 'n '' Violence ontinues uri age ispute '.
Inaugural ,Speech .
, : ,,,,,trom e,,Lm.to 6,1).01.''el'i Mal' .bnia'sned- vig' ith:-.'Sris 'Of Airesti'. At Chicago Fair,
7 ' 12, the 4th Gun,SattaAkon,, 1.7th ,... , ,.
. -- a -- i rig t Ir',--7,-3,74: ,
1.'4'1-1.'1'1' ''. F ,,
'Artillery, qs to fire howitzersiit ..',' ., ,''. 1- ,. ... L 0 ,,-.,',-', ,' s --; .
JELLICO, Tenn. (UPI)-Dyna- has resulted in at least two slay slay,.i
,.i slay,.i EmPire ,,Artillery Range, in 'the ,, ,, , ,
- Fort. Kobbe 'area., Maximum fa,'- LISBON (UPI)-Interior ',Minis- into groups of five, with the lead- mite blasts destroyed twe dcoal ings and several eun battles.
, The inaugural address at the tipples and shattered win ows Damn, I hate it," said Jellico
tittide.,,is .14100 fe4, tand""Irlit44;. ter, Arnaldo Schutz d i s c1 0 s e d er wearing an army officer's uni- first annual expositiin of the Ne-
1 i muirv,xatige, soos.yards',,..,,., today tha,t i plot to overthrow forth whether he was one or not. gro in Business and Culture, sched
, and store fronts along the main Police Chief Roy Leach. "We've -1 C ,
1,' ....The',-,lieheoule tor:, Ma0.-1,;:,,t1- the government of -Premier' An- -.At a ,signal the rebel beads
, led fir Chicago on May 14; will street...of this little mining tow.P got a bad enough name without
at $120., lined swt rays L I
vt 1101 e nh et i eb ionf is9i5m4i.lar coal
, cludee':From. 6:30n 0,Innr. LI- Mild-- Ionic) ,de Oliveira Salazar w a a were to swwop down on tne u yesterday in apparent extension of that blast, It hqrts our tuwn.' Jel. I' "."' 6 attli '''' 0 ;
, be given by Geo. W. Westerman
night at the paha Ligat- Artfl- -smashed ,with the arrest of 31 homes of the 50 marked men and -
meMoer or rename's United Na,' 4o.,
lery .-. and Pilia 'Field.''',,Firing ringleaders, including nine armY take, the,m prisoner,, Informants tion delegation. r eoc eanmt acgoea lw- f ai est de svt I oml eant ec de
- Ringes'Atlantie area, firitng bY offieers. .- said:, The prisoners then were ,to 000-most of it to the two big both tipples, owned by the Ga. -I,A.,,,,,,
, tipples, loading and grading Coal Co., were ruined by the U
the' lupgle Warfare, Training. be' taken to a central depot to be
The exposition scheduled until
1 ramps for coal. which is hauled hlasts. Forty-two Windows in bus bussaid.
said. bussaid. Commutiists as well as
beld for trial and possible execu- ..
CO-ir,Pw.,"Wit11.,'0. Maltinititrir altir H
tud,e-,,,,of',I001feet, 'arid ..a. iinaxl-', peresens of other "politimil' ideolo ideolo-
- ideolo- tion,.by "people's courts." May 17, will. be :held at the Co e from nearby mines, sold at the mess places on South and North .,
les were involved. seum and is being sponsored un-
ti les and loaded 'on railroad-gon- Main Street lied commercial
TiltiM hortzentah"rapge,,,w,b1 150 w re ppe off.
.). Schulz made the disclosure in Pollee e ti d the
der the auspices of the New Cru- w
arcls., from 6 Am' tora Pitt, at . ,. nlanned assault on the Portuguese
Y w - 4';- Inwerview with ,the Ltsbon news ., , sader a popular Chicago, publica- one was running coal for a non- plosions.
street were shattered by the ex- ,-, ,,
the 'Fort.,...Davis SmkA., Arms
a er 0 S 1 H charged th 4 1,e
.. ecu o. e gion Center at nearby Alcantra ...
tun. doPIPa cars for shipment. At least
Ranger,. firing by the- TSAR.- moved in. The rebels were union mine.
e CARIB' ,SchoOt with, a lialk ita m th:-eonspiracy uneoVered in eariy and
1.-,, u March had its roots-in:- la st .ye ar's e,flPtared Without a shot being The new coal field troubles be- Neer Town Hall ,- Car'.
altitude. 'Orr,1000, feet' ., net hory, presidential eleetionain which un- fired, the sdurces added. n estimated 300 or more out- gan w t a strike b United Mine
A 1 h Y t I th 1 000
The ipples were ess an w 0
p, zontal,ringe. bt 1650 :yards, ,- successful candidate Maj. ,Gen. ,' Rumors -that a reyolut standing American firms will dis- rkers locals in Harlan,- KY,, feet from City Hall and police
ionary . Wo :
play their products agamst the march 9. The strife has spread headquarters. "The explosion was g 00 i a 4 4 S
At Itbe,Rifia Field P iting and hmnovyee more netni a iheadd in bLe Les ons mf oars hihe de
background of progress made by (Ater other southeastern KentuckY a hell of a roar,' said Harold
. Humberto Delgado whipped up'
Ligliti,,Artallery, Ranges.. on. May' anti-government feelings. -.., -, :
past rnonths. The Schulz interview the Negro in America.
14, troops from JWW are 1;o, and upeer-East Tennessee coun- Downey, a druggist. He said the
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Schulz -said lists: of', Persons
was thelirst official confirmation. , ties as UMW contracts with mine blasts occurred between 12:30 and
fire between the hours of ,6-a,m. -marked for vengeance. bp the con-
sind 4:30 rilri: The intikimum al alw.
w. alw. spirators had been found. : But he , . operators. expired. 12:45 a.m. "I'd say the explosive -':-
RED FACE MUSICIANS t The union is demanding new miture was at least 60 per cent
titude -. will bee-12,60(h teeter ono gave no details.' ON
the Maximum horizontal range Informed politital sources, how- WHERE'S THE MANUAL? contracts with a $2 a day base dynamite,' Downey said. V
Will be -8000-lards,. '' f),'''''''' ever, said Abe rebels,planned to LONDON (UPI) -- The band pay incsease to $24.25 a day for Campbell County Sheriff Rose
., la ed the wron Italian antem miners and a clause barring un- Kitis arrested four Jellico men
Students ),:.',Irent',' tht--1,1SAR- seize Salazar and most of his cab- INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UPI) P Y g . i fr "You Asked For It"
CARES, Sqh001,- wm1,utillie,',the, inet members and put them on Tne government spent $1,900,00o a
t Wembiey Stadiuni yesterday ion ramps trom ouying coa om but later released them. Officers w
, Pifii,:',:ziold'' Fliingnn'. Range be- "trial." They said, leading finan- tek air condition the Federal Build- rrior to a soccer game between non-union mines. said they denied any part in the PANAMA'S MOST POPULAR REQUEST SH9W "'
, England and Italy. The one Small truck mine operators hav,e blasts.
tween..1,, 0,01.,,,,,and 1'121 TIOOrk, on eiers and the directors and chief ing here. l'
A Mal-15 :Whentheinaithrititt al- editors of Porguguese 'newspapers But when the mereu y t p
, ., r hi 90 layed was the old "Royal-, An- claimed they cannot meet the. de- Damage te the tipples was esti- AND
titilde. will lien:, '16,60(1e feet and else were to be taken prisoner. degrees yesterday, wfederal weamv-, texem
h that went out in 1946 when mends. mated at $100,000. Businessmen 9 9 ;
the 1Eirige 5460 yards.?.,z, Th sources. said the -rebels had oloyes -eontinue .King Humberto II went inlo Jellico, a town of 2,600, is in the
d to s elter .8
estimated the explosions caused "Record Sesston
1, 'rhe,R.ilx:liatec-Tritirduk-Area drawn up a list ot 50 names. The It seems nobody knew I d It 1 be e re center of the Tennessee-Kentucky
how to turn exi e an a y cam a $2e 0e0 d m ge t th i hops
. , a a o e r s w
will ',be,4the rscent-' of :activity canspirators were to be divided it on.-, -. public. coal fields. The violence so far The blasts followed by hours a 1-
' -- , shooting inVolving coal men at THE HIT TUNES OF THE DAY 4,-
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''' ,.. '..' "'".50,..'"V""r1g,,Mgrqpr,"'s 1:;',.., 0,V,:.f., 'n'',"''...-,4.,!. , , '..',:,- ,,, .',' ,, ; 4 ,. -. .,,.,1, A N'.N... , ::i1.",..,.;4 A, -4.,. , ,ji;,..,:,- ,,,. , .. ,:,V;. w ; , of here. John Deal, operator of a 2
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, ,, other met working at the mine ' .f. d
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(Formerly of the Florida "Town House" Restaurants)
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As GENERAL MANAGER ., ..
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0 Starting tomorroW Friday, May .8, the Bar and Restaurant
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' 0 Frida and Saturdays 4:30 to 5:30 PM all CO TAILS -,-10. ,,,..;!., .,
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week 'were ,held b e t w e e n the ., ;,.. .4- ,,,, e ,, ,.$ : .,,,,,,,,,A s ,..
union and the individual compa,, e ':-, ,';,,-,,..,., ',, ,,,t ,' ' ,,,,---'''',, 1";
Wes. The AillisSil and the compa- ., ,..; e, , , , ,' .. ',tv, s , i,- --, ,',,,- ,,,'
flies 'exchanged proposals, wnich ( ';'-' "k,'" ''. ,,,1 ,4- , -', , sk. T A s.- :.
DbuIle Treat .,
will' be studied during the recess. , .. ; ,"' ,,4. ,!.''.. 18w ; ,s,,' ' 't,k
OA Monday the two sides will get f,, ,,,,t-s, ','.",''' ". ,, ''",,' ,t '' ,,,,,, ,,- ,, t
together for bargaining, with the e. , ,, ), '" ,i ---"'N' ' U ',t
entire industry represented by ,, ; ,,t.-, ... if t A 2,
lone bargaining team.
The current three-year agree- ,, ,11;00A ,i,' ,,,,,.,,, '' , ,e, .'.,
ment covering 500;000 worhers ,.., ',7,, , ', k,,.. ,,,.') , ;4.: ',. t, e, ,r,- E ,
expires at midnight on. June 30 ,,. !. '' ' -''''t ',, .,, '- ,,, e t 'ItItik'
and a sixth postwar steel strike , '; "I '',, ,
is almost a certainty if no new ii- t e e dt't :
agreement exists by that time. 1. , .- -, e t N
In another development, the :., , s- ; i ', , e, BY a
National Labor 'Relations Board -, "t, ,. Y's ,;,",'' ,:, :''',1, i S ,e ,' 7,',,,' .., ,', -,,'',' ', 1,,,' : :
turned down a union request far '' ' ', ''.. i. ; , "4,,' I 5., , D
an investigation of charges the .: ",,, ,, 8,e tt ' t
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industry plans to engage in 4 ,.. , , -------T.71 -, , .:
'lockout" in the event the union 2 w's-lAit :st. d : .t. t ,'",,,,z ' ' A A',
strikes only part of the in usery. t',I, t, A ,',, , ,' '
Arthur J. Goldberg, general
-counsel of the union, when told of LT. COL. ROBERT H. EVANS, director of the tactics department
this ruling 'said: "We will have of the U.S. Army Caribbean School; pins the Expert badge on Capt. Y
to give more consideration to Dante J. Iturriaga Marchese of!Santiago, Chile. Itunriaga fired the
what we will do than the general pistol, caliber ,45.,punning up a score of 297 out of a possible 350,
conusel (of the NLRB) gave to which qualified him to win the toriors of the outstanding pistol
9:15 Double. Cola 12'15:::,. '
our request before we can make shooter of the Infantry weapons and tactics class. Iturriaga also
a comment on his action." won a sharpshooter medal for the,carbine. (US Army Photo) ,' NOON
The union concluded its "sound , ,
tiff" sessions, which started Tuea-, :,,,,, I s i' :
day, with 12 major steel cotripa-
Dynamite Biasts Rock Tenn. Town; Ge "' ,,
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if ciy .-..,,,, .,. f 401 WA '''. '''''1.-4 ' i ,,
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' '' ' ' Violence"Continues OrtWa'ij.e-Dispute ',. ; BIG 1 0, N:
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At Chicago Fair' ,,, ,,
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JELLICO, Tenn. (UPI)Dyna- has resulted in at least two slay-
mite blasts destroyed two coal ings and several gun battles.
The inaugural address at the
tipples and shattered windows "Damn, I hate it," said Jellico
first annual expositiin of the Ne- C' '-
and store fronts along the main Police Chief Roy Leach. "We've ' :','-
gro in Business and Culture, sched
street' of this little mining towe got a bad enough name without I
uled fir Chicago on May 14, will I' ..''' I) LA
yesterday in apparent extension of that blast, It hurts our town.' Jel Jelbe
be Jelbe given by Geo. W. Westerman, ,
recent coal-field violence. lico WAS the hub of similar coal 4
meMber of Panama's United Na- Damage was estimated at $120,- industry violence in 1954. 0 ,,..,,,
tion delegation. 000--most of it to the two big both tipples, owned by the Ga. .it,4-,,,,
: tipples, loading and grading Coal Co., were ruined by the '-
The exposition, scheduled until ramps for coal which is hauled blasts. Forty-two Windows in bus- ,
May 17, will. be held at the. Cole- from nearby mines, sold at the Mess places on South and North
, seum and is being sponsored un- tipples and loaded 'on railroad gon- Main Street and commercial
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der the auspices of the New Cru- dola cars for shipment. At least street were shattered by the ex-
sader, a popular Chica.go,publica- 00 I b
tiin. . union mine.
one was running coal for a non- plosions.
, The new coal field troubles be- Neer Town Hail , :
Att estimated 300 or more out- gan with a strike by United Mine The tipples were less than 1,000 E
standing American firms will dis- workers locals in Harlan, KY,-, feet from City Hall and police 4 ,
! play their products agaipat the march 9. The strife has spread headquarters. "The explosion was
, background of progress made by 0Ver other southeastern KentuckY a hell of a roar,' said Harold ,
, the Negro in America. and upper-East Tennessee coun- Downey, a druggist. He said the
, ties as UMW contracts with mine blasts occurred between 12:30 and :
. operators. expired. 12:45 a.m. "I'd say the explosive
RED FACE MUSICIANS t The union is demanding new miture was at least 60 per cent :,',-
contracts with a $2 a day base dynamite,' Downey said. ON
LONDON (UPI) -- The band pay incsease to $24.25 a day for Campbell County Sheriff Rose V
played the wrong Italian antem miners and a clause barring un- Kitts arrested four Jellico men, "You Asked For It',
j at Weabley Stadiuni YesterdaY kon ramps from buying coal from but later released them. Officers
. rrior to a soccer game between non-union mines. said they denied any part in the PANAMA'S MOST POPULAR REQUEST SHQW '7.
, England and Italy. The one Small truck mine operators have blasts. 1,"
j played was the old "Royal- An- claimed they cannot meet the. de- Damage tit the tipples was esti- AND
them" that went out in 1946 when mands. mated at $100,000. Businessmen
estimated the explosions caused 9 9
, ex-King Humberto II went Imo Jellico, a town of 2,600, is in the
$20,0e0 damage to their shops. 'Record Sesston
, exile and Italy became a re' center of the TennesseeKentucky
public. coal fields. The violence so far The blasts followed by hours a t t4
4 t4 shooting involving coal men at THE HIT TUNES OF THE DAY k,,
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'''','-'''4',:ittel 77,: -":1.,iv, .",' , '4-,',:w y6 ; :, .',; of here. John Deal, operator of a
,', ; ,, , -, , ,,,, '1, ,,, --, ,., strip mine, said he and four
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R d 'Our Classifieds
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Mr. RUBEN NAVARRO
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FRANK:McGAHHEY ) -z
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(Formerly of the Florida "Town House" Restaurants)
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As GENERAL MANAGER ,
0 Starting tomorrow Friday, May .8; the Bar and Restaurant
will be open all night ,
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' 0 Fiida nd Saturdays 4.30 to 5.30 PM all COCKTAILS -'10,,. ,.,11,'
0 Special lunches daily el1.00 (3 courses)
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Are shown receivhig service awards from Gov. W. E. Potter hi a 11;) Draught beer always available ,,
r 145 persons, was one of the largest single groups to receive the
ce certificates and pins last. week., The last of the service awards : 0 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED .,
Presented 30-year pirts and Certificates' to 118 employes' of t,he
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NE vrYoRic (UPI)--Initial con- riies Friday, but it was -reported ployeat pr Y ;, - a- -a, i.-
. ',,g- '1 -, 0'.'' .40 .-' -t 4.'4' ,
' x ,,,i tract talks ''sbetween,L,the United- that the meeting with -re2t dustry's profits, Air ,2 A g ..;
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4 ;,, t 7 i '', ) : 't ,' !'t Y .' ; '''. i'l Steelworkers' Union and the in- Lakes Steel, a division of Nation- Cooper said the company has t 7 '2 ,e ; t, slt v -
- ,i, ii, dustry ended yesterday with both al Steel, ended on a 'sour -note. an obligation to pay dividends to
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.' nete;" but he denied-that it had workers. He said the average e v,ow.......,- J 17:: .,..:.,k
"i "'. - -' - -- -- -,- , The Mdustry and the'union said beenkbroken off. He said the two Stockholder's' total income was
, i '',,,,,,,;,,,,.' :',,'-',, i,N;.: ' "'" ( '.. i ,,. ..'''..,. ''. -'',;':i ' -, ''''..24:1'.41 they-Would begm acfive "bread- sides would get together again at lower ,thkii,, the average stael, : ' 7 ,,.. 7', :.-''''''';':, -,,."4,i,, .. ,,''.7i
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c,o6,pere .abegatio reiterated the McDonald countered by saying:
, Fs''' s N. :, ', ,,':,,,0,1, sented by a -four-man bargammg
, g,--J tpam. , ., compant s ief that ithe ycan- "No member of the United Steel Steel,
, Steel, not absorb any more employment workers of America has an in
F-,',,'' Dairid.i. MCDonald, president cost increases il?ecause the result c
s',.,! -of the union, and R.. Conrad W 0 u 1 d be a further prof anyme
, e ,',4 v,, Coopser, chief industry negoti
', "I- b expressed hopes for a ace- c ono aal e e
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oepvcon, cremotely approachrug v
t ffi ial of US Steel."
eta squeeze that would be ruinous.' McDonald makes $50,000 a year 4, ,...w. i
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1 M D Id 'cl sth union was as head of the giant union. Rog,er 7, 4,0 1 4 A A t ,,.. ;,..,,,,
:: '' ',0 NI. settlement but their d amet- adamant in its determination to M .Blough, inaes more ,than
, i..,,,,,,,,4H-A ri7illy opposed stands didren tit win a fair, non-inflationary con- $200,000 as chairman of Big 2, 7; 4" ,f',:. I 11 I n: ,,,. .,;
. ,. ,,, tract embodying improvements Steel." The average steelworker ,,
,,,, 1, .3 support ,this.
' ''' Cooper, 'an 'executive vice, prca-, "earned, and justified by,: the' em- earns $3.03 an hour. '' ' ' A
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, g,- -s.- oalled for'a one-year wage freeze. .. ''"..,,,,,, ,' --",'',',.0,, .,..-,,"',--,,-?-'iss',':- ,s ,,, , ,,, .,.--"-' ",,-.Rik:(4 ,i.
e, ''''' ' He 'admitted proposals submitted ,i,!. s, .;,,,,-, , .,'.' ,',','..,', NoloaNscsrroepanaNiniew
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"--1 Monthly installments $25.10
1- h 4 '..4,, short recess between the initial .- .' ,,,, ,-l$ ,, ,' l, .,-- ',A.' ... 1 -- t
missil- talks and the joint collective Jbar:- .,' 4, ,", ;4-,'' 4 , s. -... :-.. ., 1 5ti' ' gy Alse4sw, 4,' Tours through Europe, to the -,,t, i
, - '-' '. K--z:Y z,-, gaining sessions,. reflected the .'''.-''.'" ',.., ,, ,4,,,,,g -s--gr!", .-4,..., ' ', g .1 & rdy, Hol Lend nd Around the Wrld ,,, ., ''''' '6,
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Mr RUBEN .NAVARRO
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, Owner of the beautiful
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, Proudly announces the appoint.ment of
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, FRANK McGAHHEY ,,
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(Formerly of the Florida "Town House" Restaurants)
As GENERAL MANAGER
w' 4 0 wStialirtbinegotpoemnoa716n-tvigFhrtid, ay, May 8, the Bar and R. estaurant
, 0 Friday' and Saturday,' 42:3500to 5:30 PM all COCIt'TAILS ,,,,,;v..
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ill O, ,Special lunches daily $1.00 (3 courses)
, '4' t-,d,.'
,,1 cp bate parking only 12 bl,o,ck from Zone
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' ''l N 9 . ''''' .-4 ''''S..1' 4 4 ' ' shown receivina service awards from Gov. W. E. Potter in a 0 Draught beer always avatlable
, ,25,,,:: LIVIrIAJ I t 0 VI 'TFL,IC PAIAiplicuit Aux num wuglo us. lAto lolUia J.osAx ,s4b, .ttsa eft, w assm .o a. a ..,- --
I y . ,',1, ceremony held in the Upstairsclub-room of .the-Diablo'flervice,Center. iThe grotp, totaling 145 persons, was ine of the largest single groups to receive the
'''';:,''..,t,i'when Potter:presented 30-year ,,pins and .certificates 'to. 8a employes 'of- the 30-year 'service certificates and pins lastkweek.. The last of the service awards
a I 0 ,I,''' PetrAilletrititi la, a al st tut VI Aorreht. 'tont nf tho:AdtrilniatrationJluildillst, litidaViViien Patter presented 30-year pins and certificates to 81 employes of the
' ' 0 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ,,
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1112 PANAMA ASIERICAN 114-INDEPIDCDINI DAILY NIWS111131-:-' -
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-.BEAR ADMIRAL AND MR. WALES FETED
' AT, DINNER BY SIR, LADY HENDERSON
ritish Ambassador and Lady Henderson entertained this
week at dinner party at the British Embassy hi honor of Rear
Admiral and Mrs. George Wales.
!' Guests included Maj. Gen. and Mrs. Truman H. London, Mrs.
L Dasher, Mrs. Robert A. Hyatt, Brig. Gen and Mrs. James W.
, Coutts, Mr. and Mrs. R. Austin Ac ly, Cdr. and Mrs. A. F. Hollings Hollingsworth,
worth, Hollingsworth, Dr.' Paul Hertig, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Farquharson and S.
Mothers' Day Dance
Tomorrow At JWB
A special Mother's Day dance
Will .be held tomorrow evening
from to 11 it the USO-JWB Arm Armed
ed Armed Forces SArvice Center on La
Boca Road, Balboa.
Sponsors for the dance will be
kr. and Mrs. Mike Baitel of Pa Pabathe
bathe Pabathe City, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour
MEXANA FOR 0
11 Ur, There is 'loth 'loth!
! 'loth! n g finer than
rif214 MEXANA Med Med,
, Med, 'rated Powder to
grAfil reetiticaytoeurd 7;4-
will be free
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There is noth noth.
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'rated Powder to
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Medicated Pow Powd
d Powd e r your baby
will be free
fro diaper rash.
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Will move to
The Knights of Columbus Hall on Balboa Rosa
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 P.M.
All Registrations should be made In person and those
,Planning to take In October when the Regular 'erm
Begins may also register at this time.
The transfer of its Fine
Furniture Show Room
to Just Arosemena Ave. & 32ml St.
Sales Dept Tel. 3-0179
Management Tel. 3-4907
Post Office Box 7265
"INDIANAPOLIS 500 MILES AUTO RACES"
Lv. Panama May 22th Ar. Miami Sams Hay.
Otomight at the Coral Reef Hotel, allaini Hitch.
Lv. Miami May 29th Indianapelis Same Day.
May 29th and 30th, accommodations at the Hotel in Indianapolis.
, May 30th attendance to the "INDIANAPOLIS 200 MILES Atrro ACE"
with reserved seats.
Lv. Indianapolis May 31st L- Ar. Miami Same Day.
Overnight at the Coral Reef Hotel, Miami Beach.
Le. Miami June 1st Ar. Panama Same DitY
;, FARE FOR PANAMA AND CANAL ZON ,RESIDENTS
IHOtel room accommodations and reserved ticket to
FOR INFORMATION CALL PANAMA 3-3171 or 3-0097.
, NOTE: Reservations for this osoursion will be limited to 35 passengers.
oho AMMO i0140 op 4.1 741 Liam
Berkowitz of Balboa, Mr. and dm
David Kaplan of Curundu and Mr.
and Mrs. Murray Klipper of Bal.
Junior hostesses will attend the
dance, and refreshments win be
served. Servicemen and their de dependents
pendents dependents are invi'ed to attend.
Miss Motto Elected
To Collage Club Post
Miss Sandra Motta, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Motta of
Colon, has been elected vicepre vicepresident
sident vicepresident of the Women's Studen Gov Government
ernment Government Association of Ursinus
College in Collegeville, Pa.
Miss Motta aophomore
dent majoring in -mathematics, was
this year's chairman of the Mph.
more Rulers Committee. She is a
cbeerleadei, a member of S.K.
AP., Curtain Club, Math Club
and Omega Chi sorority.
To Rodman Couple
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Grosso
of Rodman Naval ,Station are re.
ceiving double congratulations
this week. They are celebrating
their fourth wedding anniversary,
and have also announced the bir h
of their son, Richard William.
Mrs. Grusso is the former Ro
berta Allen, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. William E. Allen of Cocili.
Rainbow airla To Honor
Mothers In Ceremony
The Mother's Degree will be
exemplified by the Pedro Miguel
Assembly df the Order of Rainbow
for OHS tomorrow afternoon at
two in the Ancon Masonic Temple.
PANAMENA DE WAGON
ANNOUNCES SPECIAL FL1CHT TO THE
pives4 to 4wouadef Las:
8;00 aiwit 10 a.m.
Alter the ceremony, tea win
be held in the banquet hall in no
nor of mothers.
.All Rainbow Girls, their parents
and friends are invited to attend.
To Moot Monday
The Isthmian Chapter of the it.
merican Guild of Organis s has
scheduled a meeting for Monday
evening at 7:30 in the 'Garden
Room of the Tivoli Guest House.
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PUZZLED? No, she isn't a
tired housewife taking a mo moment's
ment's moment's diversion with a jigsaw
puzzle. This inspector is check checking
ing checking master negatives to be used
by RCA in printing sealed cir circuits
cuits circuits replacing maze of wires In
TV sets. Circuits are etched on
stainless steel cloth, then print printed
ed printed on one-piece boards.
At, Balboa YMCA.
"The American Cowbop" and
"Canyon Country" are the titles
of the cilor films picked to begin
a new weekly series called "Ad.
venture in Vacation land" at the
Balboa YMCA-USO this Tuesday
evening at 7:30.
The series include' brand
new Ford and Esso color films
about interesting places to visit in
the United States. These weekly
one-hour programs are open to the
public free of Charge.
I LOVE YOUThree-year-okt
Candy Ward looks like stut
could just kiss her reflection in
her Kansas City, Mo., home.
Maybe the's practicing a pout
$170.00 which Includes
the Indianapolis auto race.
Wittitn for NIA Stritke
IPIC972 ,ip," 115
South West North Bait
N.T. Pau 3 4 Pass
3 PasS 4 MT. Pass
5 IP Pass Pass
The Jacoby transfer,bid serves
ieveral purposes with today's
To start with, North cannot be
sure than there is game in the
hand or wheter it shoUld play
in no-trump or in diamonds.
However, since he I, wide open
in both majors and his diamonds
aren't headed by the ape he de decides
cides decides to get past three no-trUmp
and into five or six diamonds.
, Furthermore, he decides theat
the determining factor wilt be
the number of aces held by his
partner. Put one ace in the South
hand and five Almonds it the
most that can make but give him
two and there ought to be a good
play for the slam.
Hie three clubs is the diamond
transfer and puts the diamonds
play in the strong hend. The four
no-trump bid is Blackwood be because
cause because in the JTB any four no
trump after a transfer is Black Blackwood.
wood. Blackwood. Finally, when South shows twa
aces North gambles on the slam
and is right on all counts.
With South as declarer nOth
ing can beat six diaMonds. South
has time to draw trumps and
pitch dutiimy's losing heart On
his own fourth club. Make North
declarer at six diamonds end a
heart lead will set ttle hand and
if South plays three no-trump
the normal spade opening will
beet the contract.
CIThe bidding has been:
South West North Eat
lg Pass 2, Pas3
Past 24 3If Pass
You, South, hold:
AKII2 VAQ264 KII2493
What do you dot ,
APage. Tour partner Is
showing a good raise but the
spade hid in back of you has re reduced
duced reduced the value of your spade
Again your partner has robed
t yciur opening heart bid to two,.
i' This time you hold:
4A71 itA04132 13 4ASS
Wilat do you do?
Panama L no
Charles P. Shay, supervisor of
Canal Retail Stores WAS living the
85 passengers scheduled to sail yes.
terday from N. Y. for Cristobal
aboard the Panama Liner Ancon,
according to the advance passel'.
ger list. He is accomparqd by his
Other Canal employes booked
for Cristobal are Mr. and Mrs.
John L. Dougan; Mr. and, Mrs.
John A. Henson and daughter; Mr.
and Mrs. Freeland R. Hollowell
and son; Mrs Mabel Kimmel; and
Frank J. Russell.
inquiry To Decide
elections subcommittee investigat investigating
ing investigating the writein victory of Rork
Dale Alford will conduct public
hearings at tittle Rock, Ark.,
Chairman Robert T. Ashmore dis disclosed
closed disclosed yesterday.
Ash m or e, a South Carolina
Democrat, said the hearing a
might be scheduled for June 22.
The, sim is to find out if thore
werkballot box irregularities in
Alford's victory over veteran Rep.
Brooks Hays, a moderati tut the
Alford was seated in the bait
soon after the new Congress tow.
vened last January and the torthI
coming inquiry will determine his
"final right" to the seat. 1
Ashmore said some witiesses
would be subpenaed to testify at
the Little Rock beatnik "no
doubt including Hays and Alford,
and maybe others." He said the
proceedings would be held at, the
Little Rock federal court house.
Atford, a lastminute candidate.
upeat nays in last November's
balloting. 'Some of bis ,, backers
provIded Littlek Rock votero with
gummed .7 slips bearing Alford's;
name Ira an "X" behind it to be.
pasted 411 the ballot.
The inquiry could result in a
House determination ,that
1 Nei legally seated. On the' other
land, it could rule that Hays won
le seat. Or it could declare the
vat vacant and call for another
leetion. However, election results
,eldom arcreversed or voldm
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FAREWELL PARTYShown at a farewell party Troop 29, Fort Clayton Girl Seoutijave fOt their departing leader, Mrs. Mil Milrolm
rolm Milrolm A. Notoh, are, back row, Gail, Wines, Jackie Robbins, Dia na Whaler, Karen Thornton, Elizabeth', Fernandez,'. Geraldine
Weber. Donna Mason, Bonnie Mattice, Joyce Laming' and, Marie re Lilly; front row, Kar,en Hicks. Patrieht,Carter,' Judy Koneirs
Carole Egan, Mrs. Norton, Vickie Bteekleri 'Indy Able, Mae Prui It and Barbara Weber; A r (Army Photo)
t MARINE CORPS ...REPRESENTATINMS 4-:Staff 'Sgti Ralph A;
'Grant, .1re, assigned to the Marine Sarracks Rodinali Naval
Station,- will represent the Marine Corps at the American Legion
Bail tomorrow eVening at Fort Amailor. Grant, a rN Iva of Racine,
Wis., has been in the Corps for nine years, He and his wife, Mary,
have three sona. (Navy Photo)
Chicagoan Ends 'Commie' Masqueriade
After Aiding FBI In Probe Of Union
CHICAGO (UPI)--Joseph A.
Poskonka has ,ended a le-year
masquerade that cost him his Joh
and the respect of his friends and
Since 1943, the 57-year-old meat
packer has posed as a Commu Communist,
nist, Communist, reporting regularly to the
FBI. He kept up the role until the
moment when h,N testified yes'er yes'erday
day yes'erday before a sub-ctimmittee of the
House tin American Activities
Poskonka said he lost one job
after another because of his un undercover
dercover undercover work. Passersby pointed
him out as s 'Commie" and his
children were shunned.
He has been slapped and spat
upon, Poskonka said. His home
was stoned, and once a soldier
knocked him down, because he
was a Communist.
Poskonka was working in a
meat packing firm and was a
member of the United Packing Packinghouse
house Packinghouse Workers of America
(UPWA) when a Communiat
teacher was sent to address a un.
Ion meeting in 1943. The teacher
belittled the fighting then under
way on Guadalcanal, Poskonka,
The PANAMA INSURANCE CQMPANY
advises its ,ollente and the public In general that
SEBASTIAN (CHAN) MENDEZ, former 'meisenger is
not employed with Liii; of 'Mil' 8; '1059,44
therefore not authorized'to accept money or docu.'
ments in the name of this 'company, 'the Panama
Insurance Company, filo.' :(Compallia Panameiia
Ssgurce, A.) ,
OPENING YMCA BA11130A"
JUNE' 1 1959 -:' 't
BALLET, MODERN, TAP, ACROBAT14 ETC, ,:
REGISTRATION: THURSDAY FRID.AY
7th & 8th May at the IIICA,,Balboa-3-6 p.p.
Classes In Colon very Wedrifsday .an5I Friday 3 6
p.m. at the Interamerloan Women's ,Clubpolon.
Tell.: ;Oen 114A s.
, 1 ,1IV
This did not set well with Pos.
konka, whose son Wits fighting
with the Navy in the Pac He
contacted ths FBI. At the FBI's
request Poskonka joined the Com Communist
munist Communist Party. From then until
February, 1958, he made rbgular
reports to the government agency.
In rapid fire testimony., speak speaking
ing speaking so tensely 'the committee had
trouble in understanding him,
Poskonlo said he carried out his
assignment btcause.of the "very.
very serious" threat of Commu
nism tO OattOltiti security.
"They're nothing but a bunch of
rattlesnakes,' he said.
Poskonka was among the last
of the witnesses called to testify
before the subcommittee, which is
investigating the strength of Com Communists
munists Communists in the meat packing in industry.
dustry. industry. Three witnessesPoskon witnessesPoskonka,
ka, witnessesPoskonka, Carl Nelson and John Hackney--Adentified
a long list of
UPINA officers, and members as
members of the Communist Party
in the past.
Most of those so identified de.
tied 'being Communists now, but
refused on grounds of possible
selinerimination to say whether
they ever had been.
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By DOROTHY KILGALLIN.
OH, DAT' GOLDIN GATE!
I have never heard anyone rap
11 San Fran,cisca, now,1 grioW
It used t9 puzzle me. adole
1, Paris, and personally never
i see enough of it before I, die', but
I've met people- who thought,it
was a gyp town and hated the
i rich food and, wrote off Atte
fi, French Its irrelevant.and
greedy. Rome it a place of beauty
and wondet to mel, but I've en,
countered travelers who conider;
ed it a bore. There are i plenty
el visitors to Venice who nover
notice the breathtaking lovelintss
I of the late afternoon light on
San Georgio because they, Can't
see past the oranga rinds in-the
Grand Canal, And most dedicat,
ed Manhattan dwellers find them.
' selves, from Alme.to time, deilnd deilnding
ing deilnding their town from the critical
barbs of interlanders who
wou'An't live in New 'York if you
'gave Iem the place.....
This clern prettycitykon, the Pa.-
cific. has nothing but friends. Eu Europeans
ropeans Europeans appreciate it, Orientals
obviously enjoy it and contribute
to its culture, and the -mod loyal
citizens 'of other places ort
the map of the United Sttates are
able to summon words of priise
for its chirms without offending
their local Chamber of' Commerce.
I would As to toin the club.
Three dayi and three nights have
made me a member of the ,Son
Francisco Admiration Society, and
I hats to leave.' I'm in love with a
Trying to analize, the charm of o
San Francisec 'is like attempt- I!
in to' break down the secrets ot a fi
recipe the chef won't' give you.
Some of the ingredients areob ti
vious, the others may remain- a e
mystery. But the'pcople are n
basic- factorfrien,d1),..' couttetitia, t
attractive), Intelligent, -,.Whethgt
they come from the Japatieee'or
Italian or Mexican or Claineat 'or
Anglo-Soxon sieitents 'that make )
up the city,- or happen to be in'. 1
migrants from some other sec
tion of the USA. ,
No one is rude or indifferentl
the taxidrivers sty "Good 'morn 'morning"
ing" 'morning" or Good evening" and' ask a
how you feel and' get out 'to,open r
the' door when yon arrive.it,yout, t
destination Orley probably are). I
the most expensive cabbies In the
world-50 cents on the first thick a
of the meter and 10 cents every' c
time it drops thereafterbut
they are unconfmoaly plerlint
and fill you in on local lore( WI
you're an ipcluiring Strangba
Waiters are effidenti, Old t
friendly without being obsequiou;
telephone operators CC 'j
vator boys are the, mi. You
get an over all feeling that they're
nice' and they think you're' nice; 1
Variet h another, importabt
ingredient in the recipe that, 1
1 FRECKLED' ANCEL
ish actress !Way Britt' smiles
happily Mitt ohe wao given tit
starring rola In a new movies
She'll bit ,in, a timid(' of kThs
, Blue Angel,". made .tauletto ,
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THE VOICE OF
makes San,Irancisco io delecta delectable.
ble. delectable. The faces in the street are
fascinatidg; there are tall peo people
ple people and small peop',er golden lain
and white. filtin end brown skin,
kbaris dress :spa': 'black ',leather
jackets and.- coat of 'Oriente
For: flavoring, add the geogra geography
phy geography of the cltythe steep tuns,
with the' gleaming automobiles
parked 'tipsily at right angles to
the curbs, the sudden fligitts
of steps up astreet,., as Paris,;
the fishing boats, nudging giirtt,
other in the 'bay, the clean deli delicate
cate delicate bridges seen from shore, the
skyscrapers, the bills, the blue
sky flashing with.lill'ver
" -"fti 1
Everyone San Franc sco
seems, to be going plates, and 4
there "are plenty of Maces to go.. ;
Erico's, a sidewailtiOoffee-',house
heated Magicalir, Irmo abeve
so you can sirputdoors' in, chilly
temperature, is like- Doney'a, on
the Via, Veneto in Rome, with
all the characters of the town
strolling past, ogling you as you
ogle then. Nearby,, at Reauels
Wary, girmitby .-att0(1 people a
night climb the stairs to look, at
paintings, the way people do on onMontmartre,
Montmartre, onMontmartre, and stone's throw
away in cafe called Finocchlo's,
'female impersonators ranging
in intype from Diane Versi to
Sophie Tucker put ori tloor
show for an audience that ap appears
pears appears to be composed chiefly of
amartly-dressed young inarried
, The famous-, Top --of the Mark d
in the Mark Hopkins Hotel is
the perfect place to have ylur
first cocktail in San Francisco
because 'the view from the giant
picture windows'gives yoil a ollick
orientation tours' and the friend friendly
ly friendly waiters ite eager to hilp you
figure out the hndmarks be- ds,
lowk--as if they hadn't done it a
lho'usand times before. They'll
even shownlyou the corner chair
that is John' Daly's favorite van vantale
tale vantale point when he visits the
liPacific. (Tip: if you order a
-Bloody Mary, specify that you
want it made with lemon or
you'll wind-tun With wecie of
lime in your drinknovel, but
, The big-surprise at ,the'Top of
the Mark itthe ttrabnesi of the
interior. The panorama beyond
and below the plate -glass- is'
'rious, but thetoom
chvold Of glamor. It should
be splendid as the interiorof Tour
d'Argentin Paris. ',but It Woks
as if it had been designed by the
chap.. who upholstered Pullman
cars in the thirties.
, Nevertheless, not to be into-
id. Neither is Sin:Francisco, if
you ean Fat a ti,cket to take you-,
0.1f' tkS 4 .,i,t17
To Lay tongett
TOKYO MiniAn "agreement
in principle" to lay the longest
submarine telephone cable in the
world, between fieWail, and apan,
has been reached, .it Wits an. lo
The"MibbtrrOf Posts,And o'
edmmunications said Japanis In International
ternational International Telegraph and Tele Telephone
phone Telephone ,Cor.,, (KDD), end ,7the
'American Telephone end Tele Telegraph
graph Telegraph Co. planned to Join in the
pr.oleet With ',tbrigenent y
mePhOne en nto ,,bettseen
and the-American' weet-copt..
, The tieup eventuailY; I
make it, possible,' for? persons he
the United States to telephone an? 't
eity in lapan Without the inter-
ferenee ,which. otten4ams present of
rsdioetelepbone circuits between
the tent! countries.
' The ,, announcement Said the
lerviae.conift, ba, tellable "dur-
ino the, middle 10004,"
The lanqent,'Itlenhona eible itt
the world At present is the one
he'ween North AMPriCol and Grant
Britain.' A second trannatlintle
m11)4,2.800 miles lont. is beht
laitt lint the Itawall.;apatt 'cable
would bi more than 3,400 miles
It was 'estimated it would enel
00 to 15 million dollits to LI the
0 plait,. tablet
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l'' ' ''' ' "., '.4.' '; '' Miniellee, 'burgh tetwetaties sad okapi ate asked to feta the t "vim I1 "0 art ,binglinctm .' BCPX 39. Diablo Height! C.Z.
l 1 ' . 1. ,:'' 11:,.f
SALOOM- OSSL Lebo, ages 0 .. AATD DAyg , i -, ,,,,,,, . ?hones. Home, Gamboa Ill ..
0,,,, airvio. &until), ;AA) sjo Limp gm) .:' rattan oast Colette Itep?b1.14 et Pa.nelaa! pd. e trek! at !in "., 9:20 e.ns Junisi' gentlrinstide Clue th,uteb Balboa 6211 1
SATIMDAY, MAY 1151'
- : .;
' I Am IL
v' t Sort
4 it 4 Tt
SALOOM OSIL Laos goat
Saytoto Sunday 1040
011111TOBAL.- Americas Loam MAIL
&ridges 'Sunday Wag 1,1o
APAMO: home No,. Sall Lath al
a mast 448 Lis
Tpo': Unitarian Aloo
Sunds' Services 10:30 sun.
Anton NYC And slimily rtatt4
:Your inyitation to
cocou oAritsT clime
t nrujo Rota
- Prover 1144v nalboo
11slowsti IL Ma ihvorik total
'mu lay SWoor .. r st4s met
aourauts Worship : Liao mks
'Swung Union 4:84) piu
losemits Worship .. 1 40
PritYW Matins Is SibliW!
Study Soca Wininoillaye' 8:00 pil
loW &twin 1:00 POS
Snob Month .. 8i14
glalboa 114602& &
627 Anew MIT1 ,,
Drawer "8",821bas 61227e,
, Phone 16111no 1 7
IL Sten. now
Anday School 1130
Morning Worship i0 Ad CM
Baptist Trait lin. Union ... 1130 P.M
tvangelistie Service 110 11.ni
Prayer Meeting. Wednesday e Mai
W S SIM Stu "Sur",
Men. Oirotbarbood atall
Monclav in mantis) 4
1 tie 6a
' SIRS? '11APTISI C111:11C11
Margarita Avenue at lith Street
Margarita, Canai Zone
Rev, Venda 11 Parkes. twat
Sunda ScrU.opi r
goritina Wormip 1 :00
aaptist training Onion :SO pas
Venin WorshiP 1 Om
SrotherWod, Tuesdays ..... 1:00 om
-Prayer Services Wednesdays 1;00 pm
W11.13, tot di Fridays
OA. B.A., b Sunbeams,
friday:1 StS0 um
Major & Mrs. W. Bishop a
15 February Street, Phonei 33-110054
11:110 Hohnites Maeda,
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Malting
Envoy a; yds C., L. Moseley
11:00 Molina,. Meeting
Sr. Captain & Mrs. 11. Grant
14th Street. Phone 30443
11:00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
COLON' TtlikD STREST
Br. Captain S. Taylor
11:00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
, 7:30 Salvation Meeting
RAINBOW CITY, CI.
Envoy J. Gill
3:u0 Sunday School
7 ;30 Beivaton Meeting
The Bev. Oscar W. Oben, Pastot
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Pastor'S phone 2-1486
Church office 2-3236
I:30 sm.Church School Fret bus
service. Classes for all ages.
10:30 a.m.Worship Service Church
Time Story flour tor Kindergarten
luld Primary Children. I- Church-Time
Cradle loll and Nursery
COO patPost High fellowship,
6;80 011104:00 gam 0. Junior Nigh
I:00 p.m.Nenlor Nigh fellOwship.
e" t 4(
11 t 1 eliVo eliVoPsrible.."
Psrible.." eliVoPsrible.." volloolo.
,, Margarita Ave. and Bolivar Hwy
Nev. Theodore L Franklin Pastor
Phones: Office. 11-2843 Res S-1498
40' glandep Dervitest ,,, '4, 4
a.M. Church Schooi.,,Bus sertlet
Classes: Nursery through adult.
11:00 a.m. Morning Worship.
Isla, en to; infante rti, ma ckil
dren. t ft
8:00 past. Junim rallowship
11:15 p.m Vouth .k 071 w
A corepleti tehadule auttiOdepikt'
'deities and official meatittip Sa on.
nounced tr0111 week to weeit
Walker M. &Merton. Pastor ,,,
Ott 6-410 Rot 0-130
11:30 An 'Sunday aehoot.
10:40 a.m Morning Worship.
Meta meetings and, wmot-day, 4ett
vitles as announced
Christian Solent" Church 1
) trust hurch a chask, Scientist. Anima'
,,..,-, '4.580 Anton Boulevard '
Sunday Pumices t1:00 odu to &may
O School I:30 am. ,, , ,,,1
Wadneaday 9:00 p.in,
Reading Room 8M Balboni Road Onati
, daily. except Sundays and holidaye stem
11:30 to 11:30 1.11U and 1:30 tO lida Olgi
Saturday: 9:30 to 11:30 Lin ,
I ,Evening Sours 9:00 to COO p.m& aseept
Wochleadallt, alt9 latUrdaYth
' ?MST rittilttil OS CHRIST
,,-, SCIENTIST, Cristbal ,4"..
An ehtirch amulet will be held M
e Croun Floor Room of St Mattortie
amnia in Cristbal (next tplOr to tha
4 argarita irloriMi Entrance is on Bal.
Avenus through the Arcade.
unday Service 11:00 a.M.
t ednesday Everting Testimonial Mast.
' itit 8:00 o'clock.
Sdnday School is held at 9:30 ara.t
,, Reading Room Sours Monday g:00
r to 4:00 oat. Wednesday 0:00 to II,
a YOU aro cordially Invited to attend
ths services and to use the leading
Chotebee of the any faiths la tita Coo Zeno. tad no torniiisal Otto
s awe do in writing by Wednesday moo tate of any ohms.
lot tho log $stioday's shoal' pats: :
'boreal asentatios sad shaatabot aro asked te' fens tba
',, Panama old Colon. itspablis of ?ammo.- sad oakum at an
: limos to so sod wanton of a wood sookos,- aed aeialet,
boos M011411 sot attsoaars, .:; !,
As a 'Alia serve, thi Pans Aim Ibis bi'deaombi.
'; nation, ken of boots of wink sad hot mutat. tinkles, e
List an Wood from thowi to Owe.' tionooniatiess bawls.
owl to two seagnigidions am listed void Ilftbst Church b layeices,"
A special bolos is issiodod fet sortie at Amoy MOS. Alt Fano bassi
z. and Nay stations, I, 4- I r.",
, ; lissom to logo ono wanes sir m armee torticot, oaf 10,16villoo mill, 2 , Trail, selloof ....L.... IMOD am , ': !-:
cal 14oloo MAIL bets. maws sat forsosits :. .,' , !, ;., , 1., , 1 ,. "1., ft., L.': i....1,..-'i ;, y moron tioroice .,...0 044. TOO kat v1. .., , ,e' ' ' 7-
ifwilirsPults."1146, ': At a awhile iterviee, the rename itiMiteen lide Seleve Sidosamie. '' -t- tiltiliti L-,411,1144ft,411e...1 ,,, I tv(luenthimiTrvrialcsgvim .4:';'.' 7.84" Dit'tntr, r
---.--zb" 4, :-.:'r
: edicts, aka" a ittbele a waskiit la aka i'llall lialvitilts, -' ,"- .' enukcil Op 11111' '6AZAkatiallt aWnititinPesdravaYer. sArvies .:I.. t -so o o, .r,...,-", 1
- '- Liatioal two Naomi item One to time.' tienoinioatteas herein. only ike gaiiiimaam ga. -.anew, coy, 14, 4... .'
ama '. Ole IP awe sealtootaiene am listed mho "Chhet Churches b lemices11 Set. chum 0 titieen, rosier , T
Bee silt Balboa. C.S..0v Tel 3-21103 ,,.
jitiAti ,, A Opfliaiii1111611 le isminited ha aervicao at Alma Deets. Alt limo bates sund seb--- 6. ...; 4 co, Lin lutherati-
,, Ann Navel etehtse, I, 4 I r ,' 4 - Vimsole Service' ;:." 4 20:41$ asit
ItH ,Society,, '" ,ii, : .. , ap,-,-;. '-. ,p,., '' Touth scram .4:;4.....$;',, sea Om itteDITEMEA LUTHERAN CHURCIII lir 1, .,
, , Evengelimitt Serv;cs .44.444, 1:30 Om Salim Road at Wight Strom
1 1:3 Lin' ''' --- CitheiC '' Episcepal - rillY
' sir Service. Wed. ..., ISS am Sev. Robert I Ouniel. Pastor
P.0 Box 666. Balboa. ,, 4 f .,
. , t ,- , ;"-' '' 'METHODIST ,. Sunday School. Slime Class a cry
,, Divine itervi -, ',,
blarney rtaeL ..' art attars CUUSCH-0111sibee t twee 1114.0 stmdayi 9 a m. panama wean. ca 10.1s cm
i sums 0 .10:30 am slummy g6001. Holy Communion. first Sunday ol the ( -'. f
. 4 .-' Sunda, Mammal 1100. SniSi MO anti tile ger oe0. Moor. .14 Memo. 0 7:14 pm. gymnsaticm gamic month. t ' 1
ilia ' 11:00 a.m. .S.T.L. Demo '4,1, arid Atlantic Bide i t
ation tO KAI DIP 11011011 ellth 81 111 la &Omsk t...A liennn' ' Coto Bolo Chapel 'i ,,
ond sel o-m StMday I it.m. Persist.
TVS CATHEDRAL OP ST tun 0 10 cm. parade Sunday Sihool Mr, Frotioriall 1. MIMI. Pleat ,, ...
sligiOn .centimmieest samteat' sne se Anta SUNDAYS Divine Servi II
- and I:00 to SAO lam 'roundel. before gutanAg 11 'MS pro. Petraile qteltillelleill al em.
noly Communion. lest Sunday of ths
esommeessoseeesesomes giro multi to sio ,:oo oda 8
month. ; iP,
till Gm -Hwy communion.
litiraculotte lisitat ilittleet ISO Pm ,Iiiit am Church Scheel (Soil Com 0 ---'----
.. in,011,Grithila. ... ,.-.,.. a'.64, ,4,44.,' mimics 3rd Sundayi- writ DIST NOTICES ;2', '.
tiSt 1111'""1"10 woolo "Mgr ....' """. .'""'r LSO 41,1a, giants otatutial. 114 Sue Sunday. Ott. 19t0-1 a.m. Rev. Victor ;
in Sunday. John Wetted 11.11 0. 3 p.ps. Mr. A. A. Jewish , 1 4
. High same &toe, Colville ma is 417 '1 . 1.0,,11.
. ,, ...dooday , , , ,ratilue a Itommitio ....... ,, tab sic,
- ,, 11;00 smi Morning Prayer arta am Monday.' Oct.' ilOth-41Cp.m. PrePa. Jewisti dentate occult ilia, gli-a La - , - , ,
illirritooaCIWICII w ,,,, mom rimy coramiajoa Le &Ado. ,ration Clam dr. Geo...blitcheli. r 1.40 duce aosu Balboa, C.31, Rabbi Nether a $
POINT IV DIRECTOR RALPH A. WILL presents a letter of conunendation and a $100 intend ','
Matto& C.S. unlash egmlyg...gamma .1;00 o.m, leonine Sirvica. p.m. Pre meeting Mr.....Peari rore. Witltio. Waector.
1-1106 mituNagruAys .,' Itteed Oct. Ilst04;11 oat., Carle Bailie,. prirmg. visa pm oat tive award to Emilio Vales, ICA technician, for preparation, of a 90-page extension workers' 1,,
Stutday Mamma SAL VIM A lie IA guide which 13 DOW being used in most Central and South American countries. Watching the-, )-,
hvotie restos Ray stes laweestreol s.os IN 5:01 ;oil :Talb. loolo"IP oCItilime pral;nothma. : Lestriulkday Idtsg SO' 1.MICI-ao. li'ittacti' ce. s Eatitialealalpa,ataa talking al 4awith Irv,
'presentation are Harris P. Dawson, ICA usistant director and chairman of the awards comn,,., a
..... p Liam.841 simmA ufsOntellaito a 0:1nlyi .01,DTbiwedavIrdalP a lab boor. b IMItaltirmil tedill. al: 1100011' commCOMmumuni.wan. ''' almUllouCnnt rrill:aparcrig at zoneARICNI '' ten' 'taxation Rol Slitmita luau Ave by the PaDSDIS Ministry of
I mittee, and Robert A. Manire, ICA food and agriculture officer. The guide, published Jointly -,11
Agriculture an( Point IV, it the first, Spanish language manual of 4 t3
Ile tridgells6 "bviterni .-
...... 2040 ., ... 1 DALT Ismail trent lit ItoPti lia Station) Mae Cuba end nth Street. Belle Visite itd kind, The author served as agriculture 'agent, extension specialist and district extension 0,,,,
AIWA f N a-rildt,... illiul I 1 lv. 1"11' w tat sm. Mornina Prairie. leo. lintels Knoll& fetter villain City Servile' lea .....
art MASIrit Milken-4111Mo
Sunday Mamas 111011. Sal IOSIO ono
Moo DS', US01.1 ittath eft ISSI
ond a:00 p.m
-Cantandonst Saustda to Ilds,
and TOO to SAO pm Start
Irina friday; ?PS to j1:00 tans
Miraculmoo medal' Norromat Ida 1111
Catechism oda, attic Its lidlo may
align School Studs CIVII11100 toM
UMW "MgollIN-Aasso )
Stuiday momost SOL AO 111, sse
Kolit Mas ammo ;Al am aN 11:01
"tioniCZniZsVilitiiittai '110 ta SOO anis
pis t. mot PAL Tberodso Wars first
ridgotils6 WakboSolites WakboSolites,
, WakboSolites, So Mort t 1111
Cotochisot Calm 11111 dm NM So
, GUS LAST OP FAI'IMA041nettade
Sunday Plaid at 1;00 am. :
, Holy Day DSto M Ill 1141 s
CooloadoMS f:00 to SIO. Old do sit.
l'astemoni amok Ott UMW SSC ito id
I' ,. 4 ,i ',.1 t t, 4.010 ,,,
ST" JOSS1110.4Potitaa 2
Sunday MINN It t:00 and l!la am
' Soli Da I idam at SIM ikta,
?ids kday SUNNI tea ant
Ountial mane et u,00 and CU Cm
' 1101 DO tit tee ikta,
WMMday summi "1 :ue itta
Contossionr sturdily St30 to 440 am
4,30 to 1:30
Coisehtstra Claw 10061 10 cle
Itimeuieup MEW Novenas 10 p.m
C411voe howlettetionot ?bursa, fiat
Stinday Mama! 8:00 and 840 am
Holy Day IStoottat SAO and PO pat
tit it tills on Saturday tba Masao 4rt
t 00 and Stitt Pot t
, Contstatoms Saturday I:00 t 4:04 and
4;00 to l:00 p.m Thursdays Wort rtrot
!rids, ItS0 pm
atiramilotta Mediu L Novena and Sta
tiona,of dto Craig! friday 1:10 pm
Cater-Siam Claw Arta 1:30 mam
Convert Clam. Set p.m. Utoday one
Sunday Mau: SAO cos.
tiot" Day Wins 41:00 nig ilt it tall$
on Saturday...840 CM.'
Cates:him Claw 3:i0 to SIM ot
Contain twist 11:00 11:S0 cis. Sunday
St 4001114 SitritISI DS LA SALLIV
Sunday Mamas 6:30 anti MO Cm,
Week Days AMC (1:30 Mon, Thur.
Vet and at)' first Auto, Maw lit00
' Moly Dail 'dingo, 1;061160, to 11:00
Conteaatorm; S20 tti die led 1100 tt
4:00 p.m. on Saturday,
IdiotWow, Madol Novansi t:00
stockmen Clam. 11:110 LA an Sunday
112 ENSMEStilLa Soca
Convert Clam' Monday 110 p.m
Sunday Masa; 1:00 Cm,
Holy Day Slaw ISO p.m
Confeasions: Saturday $10 to 140
fburaday before rind rridav 1110 m,
Catechism Clam 11:111 is,m on Sunday
Saa lit Heart Novels' 100 em or
Convert Claret Cab DAS on Thursday
Sunday Masse. 11;45. 8100 and 1:15 a.m
Holy Day Wakes: 5:41 and 11100 a.m
Ind 5:41i p.m
' Contesaiona: Saturday 4:00 to 5:00 Ind
:00 to MOO 0.m.
MiindUidtill Midas Novena; Wedneadat
6:15 and 1:00 p.m
Sacred Heart Novena. friday 1:111 p.m
Sunday Evening Services 1:00 p.m
Convert- Claw 1:111 Dm on MOndar,
Catechism Claes; Suituay 10115 ass to
11:45 m. 1:00 P.m to COO Om,
first fridayWootton ot Mod Slow
ad Sacrament an day Repositkot PIO
cm Saturday morning
rim Saturday Devotions to our Lid)
it Fatima The Holy Rosary-5:00 a.m
Mitt Communion Instructions kit chil.
dren Mondays and ThuredaYs COO to
Sunday Masseat 7:00, 0:00 and 10:30 a.m
Holy Day Morcott MOO R:00 s.m and
Contact lonti Saturday COO 10 0:00 and
:00 te I:00 o Siter Rosary each eve.,
Miraoulous Medal NOVeill 111111 md
i:00 0.m. MonSIY.
Catechism Class. After S:00 Mass on
First hide, tirpottitiort ali daY during
the School Year.
nod Saturday: Maas at 1:00 am
BOLA PAMIL1 CilUIRC71 is Marotta
Sunday Mateo: 720. 11:30. 11:30 a au
first Saturday Maas: 1:00 am
Weekday Memo t 11:00 sas
Saturday 7:00 pan. to 1:00 p.m
'Miraculous 'Medal Novena 7:00 p.m
Holy Day Mantles' 7:30 s.m 1:11 p.m
Contetalon 3:41 P ni to 4:41 gm
iloarlah Family Smutty and
L. Benediction 7:00 Oat
Discumiort Inquiry Group LSO p.m
1st. (May -devottent p m
' Saturday, Devotions 7'00 pm.
11 VINCl2ITSItalnites 1301
Sunda! Manmatt 120 a m and 11:00
Holy ,Dey Masons 11:00 and 0:01
Contesiions. 420 to 1:00 snd te
1:00 p.m Saturday A
Catechism Clam: 10:41 p on Sunday
' Convert Claste.evorY MmulaY at 1:01
Mirliculouit Medal 711Mattai' 1110 0.21
Santee Kari Sotintat 1101 1.M.
sundae Moo- 1:311 oon '
e tioly Day Root II:00
ConteMime; ittgli so SO gob ag
, CilYitthintio Clamir te timidity
LADS or 0000 COUNSEL s
ounday 7:00 on ISO lot
Holy, Dot Nowtoes St011 quo on" SOL
Contosidoso ilatutilal' It00 gas
atter ail evenina devotion1.w,,
HoOtinno by appidnimiint,
lairaeulous Nodal, Novonat:ttull, Slito
on Titonovo. 4 -,,, "!'
Stierod Hain Novottot, 1:00, 0.1011
triday , e, I
Sunday licbooti 0:30 0.111, an Sunday
: Religious Instruction Clot lot Cull
drent 4:00 111111 0,1 ThUIPSKIII31,
Religious Instruction tot teen
ducted in SpoolMit 1:010 shot, so "too
n. a Heber Hordes, 1114
Ilse Very See. mauler. itt
THII CATHEDRAL OP kr Will
tale sea 'Holy Communion.
,,1111.1 dam Chuseb aeltedi (Hely Orms
manias 3rd Ilustdayt Ilustdayt140
140 Ilustdayt140 S&L Santa Cmsauslas. Sea
louteta Dammam ',PIO ad,
11;00 a.ta Morning Prayer and lost
Sant Holy Communion tat Sunda.
4 del p.m Itvented Sirviee,
die 16. liebt t;OMintinitile
ens leonine PraYer,
6311 Itaa hoty Communise.
VISO au 1100 CommurdsoN
dab SAL Moraine Prays.
040 Illedas bilaisidnarr rtaYell,
caste& es ea drew
The Hee William IV Saldsrlds
, Priest le awed
Holy CemmussIon 1110 Sib
Tunny Prayer and
Churah School amt'
LAM. Moly CorniaVoneW,
'morning Prayer Samoa 1110 am)
Sunday sash month.
Moly Communion MOO km
Chapet of the Mood Shapislad
tho Rev Clitorises W Mayea
Priest la Charge
COO Cat Morning Pray.
(MX. lint friday each Moiltht.
St Simen's (Attack
l'he Jobe Sonar Prie Ito Chats
Chotiu Stutharlal tad sell,
mon IWO am
Church khool .. SAO ore
, Spiimpal tonna Ch.tor'41iss I:00 pm
evensong and Sermon 7;00 pm
htorning Prayor and Holy
Communion 11:00 m
everting Praylr IMO p.m
Woman's Smithey, ....
oVEUNTSDATS Ss THURSDAYS
Holy Communicht itt
Morning Prayer ,,,,, :01 am
evening Prosody T10 omo
evening Pro Or t 100
Cucharist 11:39 i.m
Office of Comp line I:00 p.m
Peter's Church k
Tim Sir. John Spam Prim( la Charge
Morning Prayer and Cis Ureit
School ... MOO Lin
.a1004 go 4 113U 61,
gMlfirtntitleth tlaRtr, 040 ars
t Choral Eucharist( add'414:
Holy Baptism N, 12:00 noon
Evensbno anti Address' o m
Woman Butdllary 1:SO pm
tHURSDAS or fILAST DAYS
Holy, Communion COO
-Chapei ot-tho 104 Cendortet
Von L. Shirley, pint to Cherie
8:30 a m Holy Communion.
Chutch of St. Morpret,
Yeptive and Brews Blvd.
, The Rev. Ldwin C. Webster
1:90 a.m. Holy Communion.
9:30 amt. Church School Service., :
11:00 a.m.Mornine Prayer. (Holy
Communion first Sunday of
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
9:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
The Rev Allan R. Wenn.
Priest la Chirp
The Rev. David A Osborne.
etOli 4.414 Choral Urbana di SAUDI,
9:30 cm. Intent Septum.
, Z.Zhureb Sehoti
a:00 uni Youth fellowship
am Svensson' and Addrest
Und and gth WEDNESDAYS
130 Dui Women Auxiliary and M,
as: Guild Meeting.
St Paul Church
VW, yew Lemuel delttee, Rector
,The Rev.. Carlton O. Morales. Asst.
(1:00 am, Holy CommdMon
0.00 natol Sung Eucharist A Sermon
i0:4h a. Morning, Peeves and Usurer
ag:00 wet Holy Baptism
POO ...m Solemn Vaimen
ahem la Buildino 191.
8:30 elb holy tAtmlittinted0
1:30 Am. Svenisto Prayer and Samson
snap 4 an Any Cointatamon
1:00 un.. 'Everitt). Prayer
ChLlitSiAY6 AND flUDAIII
11:30 m Hole Cominuntab
HOLY ',DAYS ' 1
a .00 m uoiv Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH 11Y-THE-Sla
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
The Rev, A Peter fanner. Rector
The Rev. Henry A. Blake, Assistant
g:Od Holy ,Communion
1:39, p.m. Solemn Evensong, A Sermon
1.111 Mornino Prayer
9:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist' anti SrtriOn
10:30 cm. Church School
MONDAY, TURSDAY 11 THURSDAY
1:40 cm. Morning Prayer
0:00 a.m. Holy CommuntoS
5:00 p.m Sven" Prayst
1:40 cm. Morning Prayer
COO a.m. Maly Co mullion'
1:30 p.m. Henning prayer, 11' Address
1:40 Morning, Prayer'
1:00 p.m. tvening prayer
COO a.m. Children, Rut:harlot,
5:40 ILIV6 intoning Prayed
COO IJV1 Rely Co:MUMMA
COO pxo. reeling Ptayer '
1:30 p.m. Office of Comp lino.
lOth Stmet, ParqUI Lade VI
Ile Soo amuse IS Warm
' The See. Clareeteearitrattenk
0:00 ant Ro COMMIRMIcdti
, ?I 11.111, Otani Itiehariet and &MUM
40:30 sem Morning ,Prayor and Church
iSno noon Holy Rapueue.
41;30 p.m lemon. toad Somas.
y:SO P.m and lint Weentrilk Aura.
" nary.- ,
1:50 at It? 1 P Daughter Of Om
fin pat You Intionehill
S:00 a.in, HOIY CoMmualee
II 6.16. Evening Amy, and Se ligeuet
2 II:00 en Obit irrietidl Society.
ddiklim lid and Sid. Singloom,
9S0 e.nt. Junior' Contkritattioit Close
' CHURCH OP 411.114AZgbAlt
441 Primitivism SL CI.:
Sel4 thou 0 Noise, Pastor
, Mos 'bet lia10 3-2102.
Sunda., Sebft z 4 V;4b
'Inaba, Salta 1 10:46
Rennin Service 7t,tstte 11:Os
Youth Service .t.; .. tttt 1:41 o m 1
Evangelistic Serv;ce 1:10
Prayer Service. Wati. ISO p.m
Sunday: 9 a m Panama Weida.' 0-
" 10:30 am Sunday Saool.
1:11 Ittm. Evangslical Service
Stmday am, Paraiba 1
" 10 SAL Paraiso Sunday' Sihool
1:11 p.m. Para's ,Lvangslical
Sunday. Oct. 19th-9 a.m. Rev. Victor
John Wataol 11.11. -- pm. Mr. A. A.
Monday Oct. 20th-41:10 Prepat
ration Cls'iss. tAr. Goo. :10
PraYer mooting Mr. Pearl ford.
Ittesday, Oct. list--.141 pat Oiris
League. Mrs. K. King.
tridity 7:30 p.M.--Obolt Practice. s
CHURCH r SSIARENI
Mount Hope. ,Canal Zona
lacrom trent Mt. Hope RS Station)
Soo. Raink Hyaena, Pastor
Sox 1010 Margaritas O.S.
- Pining 1-3470
Sundai' School 1:11
Moaning Wonhip t: WO a ,rn.
Lymphatic SanfiC41. 1130 p.m.
Trayer Ilerviee, Wed. 1:30 pm.
luitidNAL Artist CHURCS
, tanagid AP. Ord Strom East
, Rev h Brew& Minister
fluVoine Worship st.t.tttit, O:10
undo School 1:00 pm
day Mama 10, 1441 11'41
Ile Abajta 11.1$'"
Sunday, Scb1101 ti tt a :on p.m.
Meetings Tituraelays 1:10 pm. and
lundan at COO Hire Memorial
ins Selma Road Salts
CHURCH OP 'JESUS' CIISIST4OP
LATTER DAS SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel on Balboa Rmkti
Priesthood Meeting Sunday 0:10 am
Sunday School, Sunday 14:00
Sacrament Mooting. Sunday COO Dan.
Rehat Society, Tuesdav 9:00 am,
Primer,: Thunda1 4:00 Dat.
Telaphone Balboa 422V
Building 100, Schoolhouse Road, Oatutt
Sunday School. Sunday 9:30 am,
Sacrament hileathig: Suriday II:00 a.m.
CUMINDU 011(11MISTANT CHURCH
"A wsrm abated Church!
mites at Laidig. Mittlate
Phone hel 13-1111 OL- 1341101
Sunday School ...t ttt 9:30 am
IA clam tor over; age;
Miming Worship II :00 gm
LlIth Fellowship t. ... 4:00 p.m
Mini Word, 1:00 pm
aye' and Praise tWati.) TICS SIM
A church minty in provided.
OLlo ILA2H01.11, 1:111)11011
It itepassi The Archangel
lam St. Teat No 1
Italy 'euchariat Sundae al 401 sia
Puesdava. Wedneadeva and 1-burostiev
Sacrament ot uncut tittelitig
vicet Viral Sundae eV each monis a,
Ai ?Mg wite
Neuss Satinet COMM Chan
St T wintre D. D Sisk
Morning devotion 0:01 tra
Peilowship Worship 11:00 At
Sunday school MOO m
1104 lith and S. Aromemens, C016n
Memorial Service 10.00 am.
Sunday School 1:00 pm.
Bible Lectura 1:10 p.m.
Adult Bible Clam 1:30 p.m,
64 dint Strom
JrbaninciOn Si Carmen. Panama OW
inlormai Tailor and Diarumiono
Colon, Sth Pont Street.
(npriain illiniate Bazaar)
&lid Climes Thursdays. 1:30
scram SUASION MISCH
lapalaba Stij Patel, C.Z
Rev Wedeln H Stewart, Pastes
Sunday: 11:00 a.m WOrthiP
COO p.m. Sunday Scheel.
Tab p.m. Goapel Sarvite.
Mondays 7:30 Young People's Soddy
Wednesdays 110 Ilidwask Out:ties
Thursdai SOO Chet' IteheinaL
Prioay: 7:110 Women Is Missitmuy
CHURCH OP CHRIST
13th A Bolivar Ave. Cristbal, CI,
Ray 0. Wright 'Evangelist
SCHEDULE o staviats
Bibis Classes 4 WOO a.m.
Morning Worship and
Communion it :00 Cm.
Evening Worship 7;30 p.m.
Herald of 'I'ruth
HOK 11;45 t:IS i.m.
Mid-Week Bible Study 1:30 p.m.
Questions and Ariswara 1113
You will receive it Warm welcome at
each of our services.
CHURCH OP GOD
Foreign Mission Dept. Hdatrs.:
CHURCH OF GOD...Balboa,
Wirt Mernoria 4
3011 Balboa' Rd.
Information: Phone Gamboa 4211
Sunday Serviee 11:00 o.m.
Youth Service II:30 p.m.
Evangelistic 7:30 p.m.
CHURCH Or boD torsi" tz.
No. 4 Fiorito Road
Information: Fhonc,,,,Faralso 33
Sunda,' Service ;4....v 4 alto a.in.
Youth Service 4, 0:30 p.m.
Evangristic 1:30 p.m.
CHURCH 410110- 306 Abele, Poi.
10t0 Street,,,Pateue lAtevre
&Ada, Servits i. 11:00
&MO, School ", 44. t.. 3;00 p.mi
Evangelistic 1:30 p.m.
entratca 011 000 thottidoo
No 4.144. rth Streit ,
Stmdty 'khan) and ,,,,, ,".
Morning Sertite le :30
OPIUM'S OP 000 alum
'rtanalatin'nlan High Way, Gattiwino
Sunday School and
Morning Servicg,010. 11:00
'Zvetigausmo, .,4te' l:00 PM
01112CH or Goo Santa Rita' PaA.
Trona Isthmian Highway, Santa Rita
Sunday School and
, Morning Sallie 11 noon
Ivantaistic 000000000 v. 1:00 p.m.
CHURCH OF (10D Cativl Panama
Sunday School and
'Morning Sandpit "U.
tA 1:00 Pin
CHOURCH Of GOD 0000. 16n, ,penam
Strata mar iteldndas Ave$
Sunday chant aad o.co,
Storni, iterates ovo k,,,,,,,O''10:08
01)1712MTNT DAILY NTWSPLIIII
Diablo Heigh C.E.
toast Chadic school)
Carl V. Thootpeeo. Violeta
Boa Diablo Height! C.Z.
- ?hones. HOMO. Gamiest ss.
Church Balboa 6211
Sunday School ;10
tonal!) Ssrvics 11:00
, Youth Service .t., 260 0111
tvaniteludie Borates .. SO o
Wednesday. Bible Shit;
and Prayer Service .2t.. SO
Balboa Road at Maid Street
Bev. Robert P. Ounick. Psalm
P.O. Box 666, Balboa.
Sunday School. Bible Clam cra
Divine Service 10:11 a.to
Holy Conununion. firat Sunday ol the
Coco Solo Chapel
Mr. Frederick S. Mick. Vicar
Divine Service 11 a.m.
H0131 Communion. last OUnday 01 the
oftwito sitars atom bid, 10141
dots &Au Balboa, CA. R. bbi Natitar
dwillo frioay. ida saturna)
(811. 4140 innings at Jewish sanded
under Posts. Rasta and Stations ).
' ongteeetiett Kai Sher:tab Menet Ave
elea Cuba and nth Street. Bello Vilna
Penult City Services 1:00 al.
Posts and Bases
FORT AMADOR 1
Junior ChurchStmdsy School COO
Morning Worship 10 tO0
Church-time Nurserp School 10:00
Fellowship Hour 11:00
Sunday School COO
Mornint. Worship 10:30
OA NAVAL STA ION. RODMAN
Mom Mg Worship 11:00
(Holy Communion First ihm
day of Month)
Sunday School (Bldg. 126) 9:00
Morning Worship 10:15
Youth FellowshipSunday 7:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCII BASK
Sunday School ..... 9 :80
Morning Worship i:84 is 10:45
Youth Fellowship 6:30
Adult Bible ClassMonday 7:30
Young Poop la's Instruction
, Tuesday (I:30
15th ND BEADQUiiRTEki CHitFEL
Morning Worship 9:00
(Holy Communion' Firs't
day of Month)
Daily Mass 4:15
Sunday Masses 6:30 k 11:80
'Confessions Saturday 6:30
Daily Masa, 6:1$
Sunday Masao; 8:00. 9:15 di 11:45
Confossiom Katurday 6:00'as 4:30
Catechism ClassWedneaday 4:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION RODMAN
' Sunday Mass 9:30
Daily Mau 6:00
' Saturday Mau 7:00
' Confessions 4 Saturday 7:000. 3:00
4 SIM e e, t."-1:010
ALBROOK AIR FORCE SASE
Daily Mass ..... :00
Saturday w 7:00
Sunday Mauna '7:45 ids 18:00
Stinday Mau ,(Spanish) 7:00
Novena Services Tuesday 7:00
Confessions Saturday 7:00
Fort Kobbl Saturday 2:00
Albrook Air Force Saturday 4:00
USO-JWB, BalboaSaturday 5:30
, ATLANTIC SIDE
Sunday School 9 :30
Morning Worship 10:45
Coffee -Call 10:30
Church Nursery 10:30
Daily Mess 4:30
Saturday Mass 11:30
Sunday Messes 11:30 & man
Contentions Sattirday 12:00 12:30,
Weakly Servicas churches
; Sabbath School I:30 a.m.
Divine Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth's Meeting 4430 p.m.
Bible StUd and Prayer Service
?stifle Side Panama
Pastor F.R.,Archbold -- Tel. 28-3-3890
Cabo Verde, Ave. J.1', de la Ossa No.
Chonillo 25th. No. 37.
Pueblo Nuevo LA St. between lird
and 4th Sta.
aio Abajo Ilth St. No. 27
Gamboa and Prijelet
Pastor W. H. Waller' Tel. 6-580
Pastor A. A. Grizzle Tel. 6-103
Spanish Churches Patifie Side Panama
Pastor Daniel Moncada Tel. 28-3-
Panama, Calle Darien No. 3.
Pedrepl & Nuevo Gtorare.
, 4 Atlantic Side
Pastor G. A. Jeffries Tel. 3-2103
Cristobal English lath Bolivar
Colon 3rd St.
Pastor Manuel Calderon Tel. 3-2103
Cristobal Spanish & Bollvar
0844 Gavilan Road, Balboa Tel.
2.1859 & 2-3531.
Hutto Zaechini, 29, follows
In the family tradition as man mansized
sized mansized cannon fodder in forth-,
e0Ming film, "TM Cireus."1
4 kw, oar 4 :;
POINT IV DIRECTOR RALPH A. WILL presen ts a letter of conunendation and a MO intend;
tive award to Emilio Vales, ICA technician, tor preparation of a 90-page extension workers'
guide which is DOW being used in most Central and South American countries. Watching the
'presentation are Harris P. Dawson, ICA usistant director and chairman of the awards compv
mittee, and Robert A. Manire, ICA food and ngriculture officer. The guide, published Jointly
by the Panama Ministry of Agriculture ands Point IV, it the first Spanish language manual of 4
its kind, Me author served as agriculture 'agent, extension specialist and district extension
supervisor in Puerto Rico before Jonng the tec hncal cooperation program.
To Be Restaged At Tivoli Ballroom
A steamshovel bitesize chunk
of Construction Days history will
be scooped out and served in the
Tivoli Guest House ballroom
Wednesday evening, May 20, when
in an hour of swift scenes and
stirring songs the musical page pageant,
ant, pageant, "The Ordeal of Mr. Stevens,
is restaged to meet popular re request.
quest. request. In seven scenes and four songs
the orightal cast that scored it re resounding
sounding resounding success duri,ng the Theo Theodore
dore Theodore Roosevelt Centennial observa observations
tions observations here last fall will again fol follow
low follow Teddy over the strenuous,
sometimes hilarious, often thrill thrilling,
ing, thrilling, always entertaining Ours of
his whirlwind three-day visto to
the Isthmus in 1906.
The pageant's first 'scene shows
John F. (Big Smoke) Stevens, chief
engineer, receiving word that the
President of the United States is
coming. Stevens' mounting imita imitations
tions imitations are ticked off as time runs
nut faster and fasterand as local
difficulties retard his preparations
while Teddy advances the sched schedule.
'Next, it-Shoit Scene Omits bott bottlers
lers bottlers who relate details of the Pre President's
sident's President's arrival. A song, "Show Me
a Land," recalls T. B.'s wild west
In the third scene, "The Jungle
Express," Teddy's Panama Rail Railroad
road Railroad trip across the istlunus
described by narrators and by the
chorus in the song, Jungle Ex Express.
press. Express. A conductor's voice calls
out the historic stops where the'
President paused to greet the
workers and see the great Canal
diggings: Colon, Mount Hope, Ga Gatun,
tun, Gatun, Frijoles, Barbacoes, Gorgon
Matachin, Bas Obispo, Las Casca Cascadee,
dee, Cascadee, Empire, Culebre, Cucaracha,
Pedro Miguel, Miraflores, Corozal
Scene four shows his historic
meeting between, Roosevelt taut
Panama's first president, Manuel
Amador Guerrero, on the steps of
the Cathedral i,n downtown Pane Panema.
ma. Panema. As a preliminary, two lads
dressed In !lough Rider coutmes
as part of an honor guard conduct,
a side-of-the-mouth dialogue, in including
cluding including a somewhat, skewed his history
tory history of the Spanish American war
and Teddy at San Juan Hill.
A tongue-in-cheek scene follows,
featurinu a four-part patter by
chaperones at the recep ion end
hall held for RooseVelt at the Com Commercial
mercial Commercial Club it Panama. The wo women's
men's women's remarks emphasize the ci civilizing
vilizing civilizing effect which was wrought
Celebration of Meother's Day
at Garnboa Won Church will take
the form of a milted service at
the hottr of Morning worship be begin,ning
gin,ning begin,ning at 10:40.
Mrs. Paul M. Bell and Mrs. W.
C. Garber havi arranged a pro program.
gram. program. in which members of the
various classes from the Sunday
School will take! part. Classes will
convese,ar 10 o'clock. A special
invitation his been extended to the
parents of children in the Sunday
The Vesper Circle will meet at
2:80 4t the residence of Mrs. H.
F. Jenniat. The meeting of the
Mary Bartlet Circle ill oecur on
Wednesday, beginning at 9:30 a.
m.'at the residence of Mrs. J. D.
Mr. J. D. Tate, chairman of
the, Couicil of the Gamboa Union
Cliurch, has reported progress in
the correspondence concerning mi ministerial
nisterial ministerial replacement. He will en enmince
mince enmince a meeting of the council
observance of the Sunday aft after
er after Ascension Day, services at St.
Paurs Episetmal Church, will be
at the usual tours.
At the 9 o'clot Eucharist. mem
bers of the Girl's Friendly Society
and Youth Fellowship, will make
their corporate Communion. Stin
day is also Mothers' Day and all
mothers ars invited to attend
. ,, ,,:,..,:::,,,........,.
' ;t4t4;' -:': ( luraam
Mr. Stevens' Pageaot
upon the Canal-diggidg force by
the arrival of the diggers' women.
folk froth the States. A song,
"Thank God the Ladies Came,"
emphasizes that "Men- rout the
roach, mosquito and chigger. ,But
still fall flat for a Inhale figure."
In scene six a iteemsbovei ol,
actor comes home and tells his int.
Ugly skiptical wife al Teddy's vi
sit to the Cut. The worktuan des
cribes the arrival of the special
train, and of the other Officials'
futile efforts to 'Iteepup 'With T.
R.'s pace. He tells with 'awe of
Teddy's climbing 'into the cab of
his shovel and Operating its levers
likc a veteran. Toward the end
of the scene the dialog Catches
the spirit of 4hatanal-Diggers, the
Lhroat tightening thrill they felt
from time to time despite the
dangers and nardships, for bebig
part of the tremendous enter
GOP Asks Democrats To Suggest
olutimq,,(1Flichigan Cash Crisis
' . . 0
LANSING, Mich., (UPI) 'rhe
first sign pf a break in the stale stalemate
mate stalemate which has caused a cash
crisis in Michigan appeared yes yesterday
terday yesterday after Gov.. G. Mennen Wil Williams
liams Williams met with lomat Republi Republicans.
cans. Republicans. thrgeovmeronvoerdiseauidileilfitt, rdAtntatenctien,;
with the lawmakers for about an
Although Republican's stal clung
tightly to their insistence on pas passage
sage passage of a U30 Oales) tax as the
only means oi Isorving the crisis
during the early part of the meet meeting,
ing, meeting, they later', asketrWilliams
and the Democrats, to gime uo
with "some prog'ranis 'In' black
Williams insisted on cashing in
the 50 million dollar vet ra ns
trust fund and then, ',live-andtake"
discussions on the tax prob problem.
lem. problem. The GOP-controlled., .8 e nat e
awaited approval of the use tax
nlaa before it at On Whing in
the truat fund, The floakelester
A basket et retie ream
telly 11141 is the iteet
sperottetten the best
way te make het ipleel le
le animal worship.'
END' YOUR SEARCH
8 :20-10 :40MORNING WORSHIP
"CHRIST'S REFLECTIONS ,ON MOTHER" :
The Old and New Testaments mirror ()Aid's. estimate
on the faith 'Of Christian mothers. It's refreshing, in k
a world of lowered standards, to know that heavensm.,
"ideals,have not changed, and through Christ hornes
can still have the guiding touch of Christian mothers.
CHILDREN'S CHAPEL 10:40R. L. Snyder.
9:30SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for all agesY
Bible' centered, Christ honoring, closely graded. pupil
e,oncerned dames have throulh the years developed
BS. that hu a definSe spiritual contribution to each-
- age group. Enroll your family today, and try our
school for 8 Sundays'. experience the growth, chal challenge
lenge challenge and elljOniebt of such Bible studies.
6:30BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
The theoretical study of the Bible must be .matched
by practical experience oo be useful in life. BTU is
17:80-4"THe ANGELS OF WRATH"
The torn bombi over Japan have Proven to okePtlesi
man that Revelation 16 is very possible. If man can
rain, terror ori the earth, why not Ood In Hie judg,
men!,a of an evil vtdrld? ,-
, Youth Choir Male quartet tiLadies Trio
MISSION' iIINDED EVANGELICAL
VERYBODY 'WELCOME MTBSERIS PROtilt
4. rA lb .1' ,.,IrktitilltiVeiiCU
i' 7., Zt t 4 1111116
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prise. Tilt scene closes with tits'
ballad, "Big Nellie from Culebra,"
a highlight of the pageant.
The last scene features a tribute,
to the workers who dug the tit :
excerpts of his own salute to tie
men to whom he later awardei
the Roosevelt Medal. The pageatr
closes with a sthving final tablets
including the entire cast, ehortiC
and orchestra in the "Battle Mean
of the Republic.", :
The pageant scheduled to Ate
at 8 p.m., is being presented tel; :
the sponsorship of the IsthiDOC
Historical Society. Admission will
be free. Members of the 'octet", 17
have been asked to come MIN
o'clotk for a brief-meeting,
ing election of officers for the coat coating
ing coating year, September, 1959 0 Ana,
1960. Annual dues of No. 2 Will he
payable, it was stated.
. . .
day voted to revive a salesuselet"
proposal it nefeated Th ursdir,
night. Another vote was scheduled
on the plan WednestillY.
After the hOur sessitip bettiten
the governor and state law lawmakers,
makers, lawmakers, the legislators agreed to 4
continue ,talks among themselves 4,
Monday in hopes of reaching a
Governor Williams earlier yester4
day told lawmakers the at a te
could meet its payrolls FridaY,
day late for most state employes.
He proposed immediate passage
of a trust fund bill, discussions t,
aimed at an "acceptable"' tax
program Auld a halt to skuffling
tax measures batik and forth be.
tween the twfi houses of the Lege
Williams told a joint convention
of the Senate and House yester,
day "there is no excuse or reason
for a continuation of this disastrous
situatien. There is no advantage ,,,
for anyone in continuing the hu
millation of Michigan and the dis,
tress of state employes."
PM ACROSS PION iALii0A STATIONI
K hay, Pester
Elton IP Vickers, heel Pastas
RADIO otrnmnoto. IN KC
fie Preach Christ
Crucified Risen Cooing Assisi
Listen te "Menne hi The Mereine
Deity MOO Las. 1110X0
FOR A FR1ENDiY CHURCH
SATURDAY, MAY' I, 1144
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THZ PANAMA AMZEI6A3 A4N INDEPENDENT DAiLE intwgrirrs
VIE ATLANTIC TEENERS, Gold Coast represe ntatives of the best in teen-age baseball, are
currently competing in the NUM. Teener Bas eballLeague, from which will be selected the
15 best ball players to represent the Isthmus at the National Teen-er Baseball Tournament
at 'Hershey, Pa., August 18 through 21. Front row, left to right: Cyrus Field, Louid Davis,
Reggie Lum, Robert Hauser, Eddie Wilder, and Manager Luke Palumbo. Second row: Pat
Dockery, Jay Bislowski, Charles Bath, Tom ,Dr ahan, Jose Rodriguez, Roy Schtidegg, John
Wainto and Eddie Green. Chaties Bath Sr. (not shown) shares the managerial duties with
K Invitational Tourna rant May 14;
No Queens, Spotlights, Big Wheels
The seventh annual Junior Col.
lege Basketball Tournament will
get under way at 6:30 In the Bal
For Chance To Win
Racing Triple Crown
LOS ANGELES (UPI) Jockey
Willie Shoemaker says he is glad
for the chance to win horse rac
ing's "Thole Crown" by singing
to ride Brookmeade stabl e' s
Sword.,Dancer in the May 16
Shoemaker returned home here
for his engagements at Hollywood
Park followings his victory aboard
Tomy Lee last Saturday in the
The jockey said he would ride
at Hollywood Park until May 15,
then fly to Maryland for the
Preakness. He will return here
after that race and go east again
in June to ride Sword Dancer in
the Belmont Stakesthird! leg of
Tomy Lee will not compete in
the Preakness or Belmont but if
Shoemaker wins on Sword Dancer
it would be a jockey's "Triple
Service Center Theatres TODAY!
111013 moon 1 AN ARGO
C11.1let.AA,ScOl COLOR by OE LUXE 200 CENTUAY-FOX
OROBI 1 AN,zumm:m
Cli.lest.AA,ScOl COLOR by OE LUXE 2a111"1""4"
Also Showing SUNDAY and MONDAY
DIABLO HTS. Tony Curtis Janet Leigh
7:00 "THE PERFECT FURLOUGH"
In Cinema Scope and Color
GAMBOA Sterling Hayden Sebastian Cabot
11:15 "TERROR IN A TEXAS TOWN"
GATUN .CHALLENGE TO RIN TIN TIN"
Van Heflin Tab Hunter
In Cinema Scope and Color
IMP BIERD Bruce Bennett Lon Chaney
7:00 "DANIEL BOONE, TRAIL BLAZER"
COCO SQLO 7:00
4usSutlitOtt Off NY 'MIA 1
Tomorrow & Monday
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' 't ,T tY 011 CAPITOL-10 VICTORIA RIO
, s5c,; i.'....,"------ 20o. 25c. 20c. 15c. 35c., 20o.
, g, XRANKENSTEIN HIGH SCHOOL TIIE BLACK HAWK
'4 i 1970 CONFIDENTIAL 'Chapters 13 15 HONG KONG
JWIth Boris Karloff with Russ Tamblyn AFFAIR
TIIE FLAME OF
A" i :,, ISO: 6 MSO: CAIRO Also:
l' f BULLWHIP The Docks Ran Red and The Last Holiday I
i ?with Ouy Madison with James mason THE SNIPER with Alec Guinness
boa Community Gymnasium on
Thursday, May 14.
Catering to the expressed wish wishes
es wishes of Many local sports enthus enthusiasts,
iasts, enthusiasts, tournament director Stew Stewart
art Stewart J. Brown has promised that
the affair will be made up of bas basketball,
ketball, basketball, basketball and more bas basketball.
ketball. basketball. There will be no queens, no
minsky-like spotlights and no
special invitations issued to cons.
pany, government or military
big-wigs. Those desiring to see
basketball ptre, and it is hoped
not too simple, can d oso with without
out without fear of being exposed to su superfluous
perfluous superfluous pageantry that has
come to be associated with ath
Top officials of the various or organizaitons
ganizaitons organizaitons in the Zone will be
welcome at the tournament but
no one need feel obligated to at.
The only dignitaries to be rec recognized
ognized recognized during the bia basketball
show will be Junior, College Stu Student
dent Student Assoclition president Wil William
liam William Black whowill officially
welcome spectators and partici participants
pants participants and Roger C. Hackett,
dean of the Junior College, who
will award the trophies to the
winning team, the runner-up
team and to the members of the
2:30 4:30 6:30 6:30
Glenn Ford Ernest Borgnine
"IITRAL" In Cinema Scope & Color
Ralph Meeker Janice Rule
s'A WOMAN'S DEVOTION
The trophies may beViewed in
the display window of the Balboa
A varied sports schedule on both
radio and television has been pro
grammed for the Caribben Forces
Network during the coming week.
The events include:
Sunday, May 10 Kansas City
Monday, May 11 Milwaukec
vs Chicago 2 p.m.
Tuesday, May 12 Milwaukee
vs Chicago 2 p.m.
Wednesday, May 13 Cleveland
vs New York 1 p.m.
Thursday, May 14 Chicago vs
Friday, May 8Wrestling 10 p.
Saturday, May 9Roller Derby
3 p.m. Bowling Derby 4 p.m. All
Star match between Bud Hogd Hogdson
son Hogdson and Lee Skow. Sports Time
5 p.m.: Michigan State North Northwestern
western Northwestern in NCAA Tourney, inter international
national international speed skating, golf- tour
nament between major leaguers,
World Dog,Sled Derby, hore race
on an ice pond, and the San Fe Felipe
lipe Felipe Handicap. Golf encore 11:15
p.m.: Al Blanding vs Jimmy De Dem
m Dem aret.
Wednesday, May 13 Wedneb Wednebday
day Wednebday Night Fight; Kenny Lane vs
Carlos Ortiz, 10 p.m.
Thursday, May 14 Golf Shows
7 p.itt. Fight of the Week 10 p.m.
Rochester Places 4
On American Hockey
Loon All-Star Tam
NEW YORK (UPI)--The Ro Rochester
chester Rochester Americans, who finished
third uring the regular season
and failed to survive the playoff
semifinals, yesterday placed four
men on the 1958-59 American
Hockey League all-star team,
The Americans' No. 1 line of
center Rudy Migay, left wing
Gary Aldcorn and right wing Dill
Hicke earned berths on the ftrst
squad along with player coach
Steve Kraftcheck, who gained one
of the defense posts.
Rounding out the team wcte
goalie Marcel Paine and defense defenseMan
Man defenseMan Ivan Irwin, both of the pennant-winning
Migay was the only unanimous
choice, totaling 30 points in the
balloting of sports writers and
broadcasters in the sit league
cities. Kraftcheck and Aldcorn
each received 28 points, Irwin arid'
Hicks bad 26, and Paille totaled
The Hershey Bears, uppt win winners
ners winners of the Calder Cup playoffs,
placed goalie Bobby Perreault
'and defenseman Larry Zeidel on
the second team. Other members
of the second team are defense-,
man Frank Martin of Buffalo,
center Harry Pidhirny and right
wing Ken Schinkel of the Spring-,
field Indians, and left wing Eddie
.Mazur of the Cleveland Barons.
-By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, May 9 (UPI) Don'tsall yell at
once, but come clean now, ia there anyone' in the
house who had the right "pitch" 'on Cinchmati and'
i. You're excused ifyou calledthe
Iwrong one. All the "experts" did,
too. None ,of them ever seriously
figured the Reds and Indians had
,1 a crack at the pennant. Certainly
Inot on the strength of their pitch?,
Yet, Cincinnati is in ;virtual tie
for the National League lead right
i pow with a pitching staff far
I stronger than adVertised and
Cleveland's superior, hurling is
largely responsible for the Vibe's
comfortable three-game lead in the
American League race.
Brooks Lawrence of the Reds
knocked off the Milwaukee Braves
and handed Lew Burdette his first
defeat of the season, 3-2. last night,
while-Cal McLish of the Indians
- reeled off his fourth straight vic victory
tory victory in beating the White Sox, 3-1,
with a fine five-hit effort.
Lawrence survived eighth-inp
ning homers by Eddie Mathews
and Frank Torre to notch his
third triumeh. Burdett', shooting
for his sixth straight, ylekled all
: the runs the Rads nestled in the
first inning when Frank Robinson
doubled two runs across and
scored himself on Frank Thom Thom1
1 Thom1 as' triple.
' McLish, a one-time National
Leaguer who has won rt. games
and lost only three since Joe Gor Gordon
don Gordon took over the Indians, handed
the White Sox their fifth straight
loss. The only run he allowed was
a homer by Jim Landis.
Rocky Colavito singled home
Cleveland's first run in the fourth
inning and broke a 1-1 tie with a
two-run homer in the sixth off los loser
er loser Dick Donovan. Colavito collect collected
ed collected two of the Indians' three hits.
The Red Sox blanked the Orioles,
5-0. and the Tigers edged the Ath Athletics,
letics, Athletics, 5-4, in the only other Ame6
can League games scheduled. ,,
In the National Leag66, San
Francisco deleated Les Angeles,
9-5; Philadelphia, best, Pitt Shun,
8-1, and Chicagojopped St: Lottist
3-Z, in 10 innings. 0
Frank Sulliyan, a long-time' Bat,
timore nemesis, limtted the Orioles
Patterson Much Slower,
Insists Inge Johansson
NEW YORK (11PIISpo,Fts el 1
all sorts: ,,.4' i
Ingemar Johansson, the Swat Swatish
ish Swatish challenger, insists heaVyweight
champ Floyd Patterson has
slowed up since the 1952 Olympic
Games at Helsinki. "He Was.like
lightning then," says Johangson, 1
, 1 1
"but now he's not."
But, as Brian London, It. o y 1
Harris, Archie Moore and' others
will attest, the young champ- hits 1
a heckuva lot harder now than he
did as an amateur in '52 when he
was a light heavyweight. ,
One New York observer, with
"good reports" on Johansson, nes :
piunked down $3,000 on the Swede
in this fashion: $1,000 at even
money Johansson lasts'nhie full
rounds and answers the belt tor
the 10th; $1,000 against $2,600 that
Johansson wins the fight; $1,000 1
against $5,000 that Ingy wins the
decision if the fight goes, 15
rounds. By making shorter -odds
on the second bet the Swwiw by
any other means then the third'
bet on a decision, the bookie ,o1)-1
viously figures Johansson's best
hope to win is by a knockout.
Drops Charity Event
Frank Shields, the old tennis
star, had to drop his annual char,
ity golf tournament promotion in
the New York area this summer,
becausehe couldn't dig up a I
sponsor to fork over $60,000 for'
the jackpot. "The much eompetil
tion from the U.S., Open here in'
June," Shields said all prpspec
tive sponsors pleaded. 'I 'could'
have staged a cheaper ,tictourna ,tictournament,
ment, ,tictournament, but what's flip point? We'll!
be back next year.' 0
The Shields event, for the ben.
efit of the Boys Club of New York,
has, beenl a tremendous factor in
battling juvenile delinquency, in
New York City. Several,iinposing
club rooms have, been ,, btlt, to
keep kinds oft the streets in some
Of the toughest areas of the Big
Town. .. ,,,,,,, ,7i,..
Signs of the times; 11tott C,tin
cash your winning mutual tickets
two minutes faster than, usual tais
lyear at 'Delaware Park, opening
May '29. A new telteype system
ihooking up the inuttiel department
elements speeds the mOney hack
N',,, ." ',,,- ''
t7:: P ,4, IN
. Ingrid Bergman in t'
"THE INN OF THE SIXTH
John Howard in
HTHE UNKNOWN TERROR"
to five hits in gaining his first
tory,of the season. It was, how howeverdils
everdils howeverdils 18th victory in 23 lifetime
aecisions'against them. Loser Billy
O'Dell was tagged for hbmers by
Pete- Hurmelp and Jackie Jensen
before he departed.
Detroltonade it five out of six
under new manager Jimmie Dykes
with a three-run rally in the ninth
against Kansas City. Frank Boll-,
ing tripled fume two of the runs
off Ray Herbert and then scored
the winning one himself when Hec Hector
tor Hector Lopez messed up the relay
frotT tbet outfield.
It wasBolling's first hit in 20 at
bats' and reliever Bay Narleski was
credited with his first victory fol following
lowing following four straight defeats.
Daryl Spencer smashed out four
hits and drove in three runs to
oact San Francisco to its win over
Los Angeles,Willie Mays contrib contributed,three
uted,three contributed,three hits, including a homer,
and toted four times as southpaw
Johnny Antonelli posted his fourth
triumph. Danny McDtvitt was the
Gene Conley, making his first
start of the swim for the Phi Is,
checked teh Pirates on six hits
bore having to,,Jeave the game
in the ninth when he was hit bv
Smoky B4rgess' line single. Dick
Farrell nailed down the last three
- George Witt of the Pirates suf suffered
fered suffered his fourth straight defeat
when the Phil4ies knocked him out
with a three-run rally in the fourth
and then stretched their lead to 5-
0 with tWo morC runs off Paul Giel
in the fifth. Richle Ashburn col collected
lected collected three of Philadelphia's 13
Randy Jacloon;Celebrated his re return
turn return to the Cubsa club that trad traded
ed traded him away in 1955with a two twoout
out twoout triple in the 10th inning that
beak the Circling& Jackson also
tled the, scgre at,2-2 in the,gightli.
when he'drOW a walk with theThiii
es full. Reliever Bill Henry regis registered
tered registered this third victory while Jim
Brsonan suffered his third setback.
to the winners. So they can get
it down on the next race, natch.
Watch Sword Dancer
Preakness figures:k Six of the
last 10 horses that finished sec second
ond second is the Eentticky Derby came
back to win the Preakness. Among
them were Nashua and Native
Dancer. And Sword Dancer fig figures
ures figures to make it 7' off 11.
Pedro Rodriguez, Mexico City
industrial giant, has an expensive
hobby. It costs him $80,000 a
year to keep his sons teen-aged
Ricardo and Pedro Jr., on the
sports car racing circuit. T h e
youngsters, who have been racing
since they were 13, make their
debut in U:S. stock cars in a 150,
miler, at Trenton; NY., May 11.
Field is set for Rowling's "Tour "Tournament
nament "Tournament of Chimpions", at Mad,
son Square Garden May 27 Den
Carter, Ed Lubanski, Billy Wein,'
Ray Bluth, Tom Hennessey and
Lou Camp. ';
Jimmy Dykes, ,new manager of
the Tigers, hag only one': regret
about his long playing eauer
which extended until he'd reathed
the ripe old age of 43. "I spent
120 years in the big, leagues learn,.
to hit a curve tall,'" mOatied
Jimmy on his final playing- ,day.
"Now that I've learned, I ,--tan,:t
even run as far as first base.','
Red Wings' Frey
Homer In 2 Days
: NEW YORtIC, May 9--(UP) --
Jim- Frey of the Rochester last sea seaSOn,
SOn, seaSOn, has, developed into a real
fence-buster in the International
League this year.
The left-handed-hitting outfielder
clubbed three home runs last night
as the Red Wings buried the Mon Montreal
treal Montreal Royals, 111-4, at Rochester.
The slugging 'outburst gave 4'P'rey
four homers in, two days and-1
season total of six. The Wings
combed three Montreal pitchers
with a 13-hit attack, highlighted by
a five-run eighth inning.
' in other action, the Miami Mar.
lins bested Havana, 4-0, on Johnny
Anderson's two-hitter;,,the Rich Richmond
mond Richmond Virginians shaded the Co Columbus
lumbus Columbus Jets, 2-1,' and tbe Buffalo 1
Bisons pushed across two runs in
the ninth inning to,,overhaul, To-,
Itightbander Jim Bronstad pitch pitched
ed pitched Otree-hit ball to eop his second
victory of the season at Richmond. i
THE PACIF1C'ARMED FORCES TEEN,ERS,.one of the four teams competingin, thE
Teener Baseball League, are battling' it out as a team and for individual,places 911',Vot,41t,;;;;
star team th9t.will represent the Isthmus at, Hershey, Pa., in the National Teen-er,Baseball
Tournament, August 16 through 21 Front row, left to right: Joe kArreguin,' Sol Sn lith, Vic
Alers, Matt Swansori. Back row: Jerry Hall, Younk Cage, Gray Hill, Bill Franklin, tarry,Self,
Willie Peterson and Chuck BeeslerMapager.,, Jose Bibb9 and Phil, pultvsort uot shown)-are
alsolnembers of the team. 4
Based on 50 official at 'bats)
G R H
21 87 19 42
19 60 7 4,
22 91 2 34
23 94 16. 3a
20 72 11 25
17 67 13 23
20 79 16 27
22- 79 16 27
22 89 19 30
25 96 13 32
Kuenn, Detroit 17 66 10 26
Fox, Chicago 22 94 11 36
ICaline, Detroit, ',23 94,' 9 34
Power, Cleve. 21 87 20 31
White, Boston 17 58 6 20
Maris, K. City 23 90 17 30
Malzone, Boston 21 85 17 28
Bridges, Detroit 23 82 27
Woodling, Balti. 20 55 9 18
Colavito, Cle. 21 83 15 27
Runnels, B?stoil 21 80 13 26
Rurts Batter! In
Robinson, fleas 29
Demeter, Dodgers 26
Banks, Cubs 26-
Pinson, Reds 23
Mathews, Braves 23
Cerv, Athletics 23
Lemon, Senators 21
Killebrew Senators 19
Skowron, Yankees 19
Aaron, Braves 8
Banks, Cubs 7
Banks, LAMS i I
Killebrew, Senators 8
Le m ort t Senators 7
Colavito, Indians 7
Jensen, Red Sox 7
'Yost, Tigers ..,. ...... 6
(Basal on moro docislons)
NATIONAL LEAG E
Faee, Mates 0-1.000
Klippatein, Dootiei 3 0 1.000
Burdette. )3raons 5 1 833
Mizell, Cards 3 1 .750
Henry, Cubs 3 1 .750
Mc lash, Indians 4
Panpasi Orioles,. 3
Wilhelm, Orioles 3
1,arseno Yankees 2
'Fischer, Senators .1. 2
Walker, Orioles 2
Isthmian Sports Car
For Tomorrow -k
' The Isthmian, Sports' Car' Club
''' 'a gymitahna at the
Madden gir str,ip tomorrow at .11
To' roach the -air strip follow
the Madden Dam road to Chill.,
brit turn righf at the cantina anti
folloW the road for approximatel
ly throw miles to tho strip.
' The public is invited to partici.
pate or tooth tho ovo
' Editor C
St. LOOls, L.; Tr,
W L Pet. GB
12 8 .800
13 9 l.591
13 1 .565
14 12 .538 1
13 12 .520 112
10 12 .45S 3
AO 12 '-.45s
4 7 17'; tt29tY
Cincinnati at Milwautee
Los Angeles at 'San Francisco
Chicago at St. Louis
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh
Philadelphia 000 320 012-8 13 1
Pittsburgh 000 000 010-1 6 0
Conley (1-0), Farrell and Sawat Sawatski.
ski. Sawatski. Witt (0-41, Giel, Smith, Black Blackburn
burn Blackburn and Burgess.
(Night Game, 10 Innings)
Chicago 010 000 010 1-3 12 0
St. Louis 101 000 000 0-2 8 1
Ariderson, Henry (31), and S
Blaylock, Nunn, Brosnan and H.
Cincinnati 300 000 000-3 1 1
Milwaukee 000 000 020-2 11 1
Lawrence (3,1) and BaileY.
Burdette (5-1), Pizarro and Cran Crandall.
dall. Crandall. (Night Game)
San Francisco 9
Los Angeles- 3
Wins James Norris
Montreal Canadipns' defense defenseman
man defenseman Tom Johnson surged past
the opposition, including team I
mate Doug Harvey, to win tbe
National Hockey League's Jetties
Norris Memorial Trophy award
for defense,- NHL headquartars
The trophy, awraded to "the
regular defense player who' deit-1
onstrates the greatest an-around
ability. in that position,' has been
won by Harvey for the last four
years of the five it has been pre presented.
sented. presented. However, this ear Hat Hatvey
vey Hatvey lagged in fourth place with 48
points to Johnson's, total of 92,
of a possible 180.
Second in the balloting was Bill
,Gadsby of the New York Rangers,
vvith 67 votes. Marcel Pronovot
of Detroit's 'Red Wings slipped
into third spot. with 58, 10 ahead
As ni the. Lady Byng Trophy
for playing tonduet, Polling for
the Norris Memorial 'VaS ,tOn'
ducted among hockey writers' and
broadcasters in the six NHL
OtbeC players to receive ballets
for the Norris Trophy .were Fcrn
Pittman, Boston, 34: Pierre tilotte
Chicago, 19; 'Lou Tontinat0,, New
York ,5; apd ,A1 Arbour, Chicago,
WILL ADDRESS STUDENTS,z
pt; it'' ft,
COLUMBIAt S. C. -- (UPI)
Branch Rickey, board chairman
of the PittsburgVinretes, wM be
principal speaker' at 'the May, 28
cOmmencement exercises of Allen
University, a'slnall, Neve ;School.
Team-. 13'W L Pit. 0111
Cleveland 'IS 6 .714
Baltimore 13 10 .565 3
Washington 13 11 .542 3fir
Chicago 11 11 .500 "' 411'
Kansas City 11 12 .478 S.
Boston , 10 11 .476 S'
New ortc.:1. 't 12' ,''.4129 4144'
Detroit' 1 16 .304: V"
Today's Games :
Cleveland at Chicago
Washington at New York
Kansas City at Detroit
Yesterday's Results ---
Boston 100 100 030-5 9 0'
Baltimore, 000 000 000-0 5 A:
- Sti Iliyan 04) told White.
O'Dell (1-1), Stock and Ginsberd;,'
Kansas CilyNigh0t03G00amle000-41) 7 3'''''
Detroit 400 010 003-5 7 r
Herbert (1-3) and Smith,.
Mossi, Narleski (1-4) and Berbe Berbe,
, Berbe, ret.
Cleveland 000 102 000-3- 3 ,11:,
Chicago 000 100 000-1 8 2
McLish (44) and Nixon,
Donovan (14), Shaw and Lollar,
Only gaffies scheduled.
4 44 op oa.
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; SATTIRDAY;1111Alt 9:1959
tANAILCAMUICAN TNIMPIENDDIT DAILY --wzwsrAnu
In one rzspect petMant races Pitching is 75 percent of baseball
are like Kentitclerperbye.,, only,,whea,the bittersillit. A com comsignilicanca:nE
signilicanca:nE comsignilicanca:nE PoslUes.L.isA, the parable,:equation tbe superior
stretch ruhr.'srAtli r,iiest; Derby, jockey,- Witt:Intim irr from
scrambledlltaity4the clubbodse, the horse he's.,not goif4i.' to get
turn. :7";!, :;1,n,,.77, '4. .:,the )0b done.
Away slaggIstliY. ask stkir; 'Yankee -,, worst ,, previous
ing for racing room,. the lank- start was ln '40 whenjher. won
ees have excited a variety of emo- only six of their first 19. They
tionso derisive glee, critical hys- eventually lost in a photo after
teria, and studious reaPpralsal. a trememdous uphill battle, in
What's happening., to,tt i,them which they ,had been ao better
could hapPen to tiny league then .500 as late as 'August. Joe
team, and, indeed, has happened, McCarthy was shooting for an un uncountless
countless uncountless times in past seasons, prededeated fifthin a row; this
On such oceasions, convelitional year Casey Stengel's aiming at a
theories ,are customarily accept, listory-making double fifth.
ed as sound and sufficient eapli- Now, YOU don't suppose.
nation., Now, you don,,t suppose.
ing for racing room, the a
ees have excited a variety of emo
tions, derisive glee, critical hys
terta, and studious reappraisal.
What's happening. ,, toLtt ithem
could happen to tiny 'big league
tetam, and, indeed, has happened
countless times in past seasons.
On such oceasions, conventional.
theories are customarily accept accepted
ed accepted es sound and sufficient expla explanation.,
nation., explanation., 0o
But what applies to run-ot!eine
teems sloes not apply 49 the,
Yankees, On, the whble, there,is
greater desire to see them
lose, than win. Invincibility has
its rewards 'but not in ptiblic
12 Indianapolis last' week, the
, lobby chitchat was not about the
fight (what fight?) but about
the Yankees' chocking failure to
' wrap up the pennant,,before May
1. b liulsvMe, during DerbY
Week, it was the same. The theme
i even extended to shed row on the
far side of the track. A groom
was toweling C. V.- Whitney's
filly, Silver Spoon.
"They shouldn't have let Billy
Martin go," he said',' oddly liche lichee
e lichee meta. "Billy kept them rich fat
beads on their toes."
v We were 'to Warn later the
, groom and Martin served at the
1 same military base.
- yLike all generalities, however,
, the one which' pictures' the na nation's
tion's nation's baseball' fan's on 'bended
knees praying that' the Yankees
be struck with ncithing less tri trivia
via trivia then the bubonic plague, is
4 .A For Piece to Go got 2 more in the 5th on two
21-.:..the- Yankees "aren't -tintvcr- errors and a ringing double by
sally loved, they are respected. R. Nickisher.
I,i. This respect is based on per- Nickisher ran his total' to 38 ;pus
fermance, enterprising manage- batted in to lead the loop in tbat
4 tint and absolute refusal to cam- department ass Tocliterman tail tailptsmise
ptsmise tailptsmise with quality. Their busi- ed in 4 trips. His total remained
u4ss is baseball, their determine- at 35... , ,. i
tipp, inspired b pride and profit, Mauriele'idded ope-lelthe in,
td 'ton the' best store in,t0wiew ,. ;' on a walk to Gonzalez who iater
ffhe,',.dayl the t'lliteill f'dropnen scored ,on Garcia:3 pep,,gy to cell-,
bilhet RM NornitIV, lut InaAlager ter. , ', ,, ;
Tom-,,atier.,;,-briniegt4,11t.noxyille .. Jantzen added their insurance
sitorts historian, remarded in the runs in the Ith. Mead's double a-,
.) urchill Downs press coon: long witif fat' ;errors:, and Cerra Cerra"
" Cerra" at's what's wrong with the
10 erten League. Let a team ed runs. Chambers took the toss
tini's singled gained time unearle
s t losing, and the front office for Mainitio in his first Start of
t fitCs the manager; the Yanke- the season tw,hile Carratini added
es do it the other waytheY liirs this iltii win against 10 setbacks.
ra, b Iplayers.
H. Mead and R. blichisher were
the Yankees are a bad team, the' batting heros of the game
filen there isn't, e trustwortbY witb 'two hit in four trips. For
jildlIS of Jnathri Mt', ttivi game. Mauricio, Pucci had the, only hit
Rery befebill an 41 o paw in' three trips. ,,,,,; .
theni in lorld 41hdlud g three I. , ,,, ,,
tiltY i Tii b ' 'fig'
riyal AL nittnagertY Add' ., ,,,n,... r, ,,,,,,,,t,i, ,,,., ,,
,1.1w coeldn't miss. Sports writers were ,', Y'', 7'''''":,'! ,,,,, ,
sintilarly imPressed. ', 1, ,' Jantion'mlaador1-os
,, ,416, 'The Yankeei are not the kind ',' ',Ab R H 0 A
1 oilteim to collapse en masses nor Illaci sob k, I 3 0 0 1 1
01, i ;it the practice, of the front of mead: c ', 4 2 2 6 6
fiCe to passively wait "until ncxt fte, Nickildier,, d 4, 1 2 0 0
yelir." Therefore any disposition trachtermaa if ,.., 4 ., 1 1 ,2 a
tqlwrite them off after only -19 W.' Nickishrer, 3b ,z 3, 0 0 0 0
games of 15aWo ttileem more, el,
mayerv SS 1 0.: 0 0 1
atihful thinkint ntexperumc- carratini, p
4 1 1 1 3
el. background. l tit,,, Ir. Frazer, 2b 1, 0 0 1 0
lertainly titeritnIteet can lose. carr rt 30010
Mcl 'while they ve come closer to Rirkland, lb 3 1 0 9 0
0,, :,1 nitking a sure thing of the sport4ratata 30' 6 6 21 9
'. then any other team in history, ,,,,,, ,, , ,
,10 VII i unpredictable factors as .:, liaaricti A4i'asacjers
ur es slumps and bad bounces Atkins, cf-lb 3 0 0 4 1
re still 'present So let's visit un- Gayria,, 31? 'p,, u o
t tg, they st least make the club, PuocL 2b 3 1 1 4 2
Iliuse Jura before draping ,the Hardin, If 3 0, 0 1' 0
0 rote' around somebodtt else'S,:Robbin, lb-ss 3 0 0 5 1
erg.. ir,, ,: ', ', 111. A 6 i t ,I, Spradlin,,, ss-cf ,,',',.-,-' ,3'.0',0. 0 1
.,....,...,,,, NI : Chambers, p ,, .,3,,0' 0 0 .0
4 ,- The Hitters Atoll '!: ',Herrera, rf , 1 0 0 0 0
, align the Yankees aren't In-., IGonzaleZ, ',,C 1, 1 0 4 o
. st,t1g because they aren't hit. Totals' ,, ,. ''' 22 2 1 21 12
,, 4 tillit. Thel' are down to .250,17 Score by Innings
, -114ints under the '58 norm. Their jentsea r 000 120 36 6 1
big guy, Mickey Mantle,lias been, Mandeb) ''' '. '''' .000 101 0-2 1 9
,op Ilsbimething len than letbel, and,! i,
for the present, can't swing left- ,, . , , I
a, hinded, due to a Chipped bone in I PARK SPIEDWAT
,, his right index finger. ,, I' .,.., ,- ',1;
4 Good, pitching,' unabeited 13.v Nevi Vork hr,..1,, (11EA.), ,,,,,.,, stork
'," itiveatui hitting, butters few pars.' clitl racing, has taken, Over base base.
. base. nips and Vans still r fewer : games. ball's ttsmous Fold' Grounds;
By GEORGE SINCLAIR
Second Fltif Standing
Teams W Pct. Ob
Abernathy 11, 3 .846 --
Cerveceria 10 3 .763 12
Jantzen 9 7 .562 3
Gluds 4 11 .267 712
Mauricio 3 13 .189 9
Jantzen beats Mauricio
Jantzen ,Maduro defeated the
Mauricio Ambassadors 6 to 2 oe oehind
hind oehind poor fielding by the lat.',.cr
as they committed nine errors.
Chambers hurled brilliant ball Lot
the Ambassadors allowing the
Jantzen sluggers only 6 hits an&
Unearned runs, On the other hand,
Carratini had the Ambassadors at
his mercy, holding the helpless
Mauricio to one hit.
A homer to Pucci in the, fourth
tied the game at one run. Jantzen
got 2 more in the 5l,h on two
errors and a ringing double by
, Nickisher ran his total to 38 rpm
batted in to lead the loop in that
department &Its Tochterman tail tailed
ed tailed in 4 trips. His total remained
at 35. ,
Mauriel0 kdded one' in ,the eth
on a walk to Gonzalez who iater
scored ,on Garciik's ppp:Ibt to cett'
ter. , ;
Jantzen added their insurance
tuns in the Ith. Mead's double a-.
tong witk fat' i,erfor', and Caere Caeretini's
tini's Caeretini's singled gained three uneara unearaed
ed unearaed runs. Chambers took the less
for Mauritio in his first tart of
the seasOn ;while Carratini added
Allis UM win against 10 setbacks.
' Mead and R. Michisher were
the batting heros of the game
with 'two hit in four trips. For
Mauticip, ,Pugei had thk only hit
NEW YORIt (UPDThere is an
old story concerning what hap happened
pened happened to the man.- who Owned a
stable of thoroughbreds and a
stable of harness horses which'
were cleaning ,up, until suddenly
he lost everything.
"It's simple," he expliained.
' The-runners started trotting and
the trotters Started running. bo 1
, It's that siMple, .too, with the
New York Yankees.
pitchers Isuddeter ain't
pitching and the hitters ain't hit-.
ting," opinei manager Cosey
Btit no matter what you hear,
the wrinkled warrior isn't press pressing
ing pressing the panic button and he isn't
in danger of being fired a la Bill
Norman at Detroit. It was Nor Norman's
man's Norman's sage and sad rebuttal that
"managers are hired to be fired'
but not so with the man who has
led the Yankees to nine pennants
and seven world championships
in 10 years.
Sweetness And Light
Only since the Norinan dismis dismissal
sal dismissal has the current sad plight of
the Ya,nkees come into focus. Be Before
fore Before that, the Detroit downfall
took precedence but, with that
matter cleated up, an eyes are
now trained on the Yankees. Ac Actually,
tually, Actually, the Yankee plight was
even worse all along. They sere
expected to be inners. Detroit
only was given an overall vote of
confidence to niake the beet run
at the world champoions.
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Small Family Cruiser Can
Brave The Open Sea--If
EAMILY CRUISER COPES TO SEABoating 'editor Win.
Taylor McKeown (right) peers trent cockpit of 111-foot cruiser
in Nassan ( atter Ittluilit powerbont ,trace Iron Miamtot
By WM. TAYLOR McKROWN
water for much more placid week week,
, week, ends On calmer seas.
NASSAU, B. W. (NEA)The
Miami-Nassau powerboat contest, For the race We were testing
called "the most rugged ocean a Thunderbird fiberglass model
race in the world," lived up to its with a special W-shaped seatied
reputation. I type of hull. It was powered by
It also proved that lvtii a small' new Volyo Aquamatic unit de defamily
family defamily cruiser prorly equip. signed by our skipper, marine
pedcan, take t,he beatthg of ocean engineer Jim .Wynne,. Which com comconditions.
conditions. comconditions. blues an Inboard engine with, an
Starting with a run through the outboard drive. There was room
turbulent Gulf Stream,. on across to sleep two. in the cabin.
the shoal Bahamian Banks, over This is no race for small boats,
the deep and exposed Tongue of and an 18-footer is normally much
the Ocean to Coral ...Harbor ncar too small for extended runs off offNassau,,
Nassau,, offNassau,, the race Is' 184t, miles of shore.' But the race inspection
rough going. committee found ohrs sturdy and
It can give a boat a beating witit suittbly equipped. Wynne, the only
every form of wave, from long, American ever to cross the Atlanhigh-cresting
combers the oper tie by outboard, 'bad extensive
sea to the tevere ,steep chop of small-boot exPerieqce.
wind-propelled waves nver stud. For 47 miles across that track tracklow,
low, tracklow, banks. , less r011er coaster called the Gulf
That'S just what ft did to our Stream', we shot ever and off the
entry, an 18-foot cruiser of the wavesw often Ai-jumping t feet
type families are trailering to the through bta air before we smashed
The standing of the club in the
strange atmosphere of the lower
strata of the second division is
evident in old Casey's Attitude. lle 1
is ell sweetness and light.
This, the Yankees will confide.
is ever the way 'when things are
gOing bad. At such times, Stengel
is most solicitous of his heroes, in
a ldndly manner attempting to re rebuild
build rebuild their trembling egos. It is
only when they are "hot" that he
illlaelies,put with the whip, Then he
Mies, the old backrotitit phildse-"
phy, of ,4'you've got 'ern down, kick
Club Is Solid
Stengel nattirally is worried
,and, as he does while winning or
losing, spends Ms nights plotting
and sChenting for victory. ,)
There is a 'great deal nt
lip licking and chortling around
the league as result of the poor
Yankee start. There have been all
kinds of analysk all jubilant, as
to what hi lapPened..The vetei4
ans have been labeled "long over
the hill" and the younger mem members
bers members "overrated." The league
overall undoubtedly is stronger
but impartial observers still con contend
tend contend in the face of current adver adversity
sity adversity that, the Yanks are all alone
in the first division on potential.
Hank Bauer summed it up best
when he said:
"See me in September."
The hunch here is that the rest
of the league at that time will
have to look upwards to make
such a vision possible.
40, 4 --
t Sy HARRY GRAYSON
A 141 4
- NEW YORE INEA), A lot of
things grate the guy who hat been
sincerely interested in American
One it the total neglect, 011tilithe
of California and Texas, of track
and field and the resultant effect
in the Olympics.
Another is the lack of public in
terest In Amateur golf,o,
Long before this veteran observ observer
er observer started writing of sports, the
United States Amateur golf Cham Champion
pion Champion was' a household namefrom
Walter 'Travis at the turn Of the
century through the immortal Bub Bubby
by Bubby Jonesnames like Francis Dui Duimet,
met, Duimet, the caddie who walked across
the street to beat th eBritish mas masters,
ters, masters, Harry Vardon and Big 'Ted
Ray, at BrOokline to win the t.S.
Open and put the Royal and An Ancient
cient Ancient on page one of this coun country's
try's country's newspapers.
After Jones, there wasn't anoth
er prominent Amateur champion
tmtil Lawson Little completed his
remarkable Little Grand Slam of
1934-35, when he won the Amer American
ican American and British Amateurs at audden-death
match play in successive
Ask the next sports minded
fellow you meet to name the cur current
rent current U.S. Amateur champion and
he won't be able to tell you. Well,
his name is Charles R. Coe an
his captaining the Walker cup
team, jet-planning to Muirtield,
Scotland, for the biennial matches
with Great Britain, May 15-16,
prompts this piece.
Charles Coe, 35, an oil broker
out of Oklahoma City, has been one
of the world's great golfers for 10
years. A frail man, he wxls in posi position
tion position to Win the Open in Tulsa last
year and again frighten the profes professionals
sionals professionals in this spring's Masters.
The strildng thing about the
flight Muirtield, the'famous sea seaside
side seaside links hard by Edinburgh, is
that four of the nice members of
the American 1lide are fresh out
of the jimior ranks. They and Jack
Nicidaus, 19; Deane Beman, 21;
Tommy Aaron, 22; and Ward Wet Wettlauffer,
tlauffer, Wettlauffer, 23. All are in college and
how would you like to have four
kids like them who could play bsse bssehail,
hail, bssehail, football or fight like they
Nicklaus, 'healthy-looking crew
cut Ohio State sophomore, succted succteded
ed succteded Beman as the nation's top Ju Junior.
nior. Junior. Recent winner of the North
and South, he was the Ohio CI,wn
champion at 16. Beman, smiling
University of aryland junior, gua
lified fr the U.S. Open at 16
Aaron Stresses the added strain
being put on football, baseball and
basketball talent-wise by golf. A
,r4Ost-soughta quarterback- -a as a
1Gainesville, Ga. schoolboy, this
290-pound blockl;uster concentrated
On golf ,after matriculating at Flo Florida,
rida, Florida, where he is a senior. He
twice won die Georgia Open. No Nothing
thing Nothing disturbs Wettlaufer, who
tonic the international' known
Hartle Ward. out of lost year's
Amatetritk He it a' senior at
Ward is a member of the Amer American
ican American side, of course. The others
are Bill Hyndrnan, Billy Joe Pat Patton
ton Patton anct Dr. Frank M. Taylor
Hyndman, 43, confitiod his acti activities
vities activities to the Philadelphia area too
long to become nationally promin
ent at an earlier age. Patton, 37,
is the Morgantown, 11.C lumber
broker, who scared the pros in the
1954 Masters and U.S. Open and
was the first simonpure in the '57
Open and '58 Masters. Formful Dr.
Taylor., 41, hustles back to his den dental
tal dental practice in southern California.
A lot of superior amateurs quick
ly join the money ranks these days
because Otherwise they can't af afford
ford afford to play golf and abide by the
Golf Association's strict enforce enforcement
ment enforcement of the amateur rule.
But the production line remains
more fertile than ever. OVer
this country never has had so ma many
ny many splendid amateur golfers.
ABILENE, Tex. (NEA)
Russ Seittinger is one of the na nation's
tion's nation's finest discus throwers this
Seitzinger, who stands stx-feetfive,
weighs 235 nounds and is ote
the national collegiate freshman
record oe 171 feet 7 inches.
A former Marine, the bulky Is
also a memhor of the Hardin HardinSimmons
Simmons HardinSimmons football squad.
AUBURN. N. Y. fNEA) Out
fielder Bobby Bauer has been
named by the New York Yank.
ees to manage their Auburn farm
dub of the Class I) New York
into the trough. Every bit of equip equipment
ment equipment we had lashed Non board took
the severe test of the open sea.
The 79 miles of choppy water
seross the Bahama Banks was too
reugh and dangerous, running at
nearly full throttle, to let us enter
the small cabin for food.
After 17 hours of this, we pulled
into Coral Harbor, the fifth boat
to finish and first in single-engine
class. Only nine of 17 starters
made it. The others had' to give
up bectuse of rough conditions,
damage, injuries to cTew or na nagivational
givational nagivational errors,
Do races prove anything? Some
do aot,,but this one showeli the
importance of sound, construction,
excellent equipment ,,and careful
You may never venture into the
Kean in your family, cruiser, but
nen need those same vital es essets
sets essets against the day you have, to
pit your boat's speed and endur endur&nee...and'
&nee...and' endur&nee...and' your''planningagainst
BEST RIFLEMENMaror General Charles L. Dasher presen'ts the third-place award for aggre aggregate
gate aggregate firing at Empire Range to Capt. Arthur Underwood of Fort Amador at last week's rifle
award presentations. Having already received their awards for ,first and second place respec respectively
tively respectively are left to right, GMC Ivan N. McKee of the U S. Naval Station at Rodman and MSgt.
John Vasilake, lrt Battle Group, 20th Infantry. The three pictured placed 1, 2 and 3 in Match
5, ,an aggregate match covering all other& (US. Army Phot0)
o, aggregait matcn covering
The USARCARIB rifle and pis pistol
tol pistol squads have been chosen for
the trip to Fort Bennitu, Ga., tor
the S. Army Rifle and Pistol
ChampionshiDs May 27 througit
The 11-man pistol and eight eightman
man eightman rifle squads depart for Ben Benning
ning Benning from Albrook via Military
Air Transport Service, May 26 and
are expected to return to the com command
mand command about June 7. Personnel fir firing
ing firing for the Benping matches may
be selected to remain for the ba balance
lance balance of the national matches,
which are to be held at Camp Per Perry,
ry, Perry, Ohio, from July 21 through Aug
Those representing USARCA USARCARIB
RIB USARCARIB in the stateside matches were
chosen on the basis of results of
the USARACARIB rifle and pisoi
matches held over the past two
months. Chief Warrant Of&ar
James F. Heidenreich has been
designated as team manager and
coach for the pistol squad and
First Lieutenant William P. New Newton'
ton' Newton' of the 1st Battle Group, 20th
Infantry will be the non firing
coach and team manager for the
Awards were presented te the
winning rifle teams and individual
aggregate match winners at Em Empire
pire Empire Range by Major General
Charles Dast,er commanding gen general,
eral, general, USARCARIB. The indiviuual
match winners were: first, GMC
Ivan N. McKee of the U.S. Naval
Station Rodman, second, Master
Sergeant John Vasilake, ist Battie
Group, 20th Infantry, Fort Kobbe,
and third,'Captain Arthur' Under Underwood,
wood, Underwood, Fort Amador.
Gla !dello Defeats
Mimi; :Clailiop for
Rematch With Webb
WASHINGTON '(UPI) Joey 1
Giardelloo, disregarding brow cuts
he suffered in his nationally tele televised
vised televised victory over Holly Mims,
bid today sfor a re-match against
Spider Webb to "prove" his right
to a 'shot at the vacant NBA laid laiddleiveight
dleiveight laiddleiveight championship.
glardello; ranked No. 8 in the
160-pound class, kept his title
hopes alive by scoring a split de decision
cision decision over fith-ranked Mims of
Washington in their 10-round bout
,here Wednesday night.
The next stop, Philadelphia
Joey figures, should be a bout
with Webb the man the NBA says
should be the first to get a crack
at the winner of a proposed car carmen
men carmen Basilio-Gene Fullmer middle
weight title bout.
Giardello, who has been battling
for 11 years in an up-and-down
career, gained his victory over
Mims by the narrowest of mar margins.
gins. margins. Referee Eddie Led fond voted
fdr Wm, 91-88, and judge Benny
Alperstein agreed by a 95-92 count.
But Judge Julian Whitestone saw
Mims the winner 'by a razor-thin
Giardello was store marked
than Mims .at the finish. He wa3
cut ever the 'left eye in. the first
round' and 'over the,',right eye in
the eighth, And in 'his dresAng
room, both k browms resembled
WAIrKER CLIPPERS DEPART
NEW NOKK WM) The U United
nited United Ktatea Walker Cup goil
squad leavek by plane tonight for
Its matches against Britain's best
amateurs at Muirlield, Scottand,
May 1546. The team will stay for
PlaY in the ,Brttish Amateur
championship a Kent, Engiand,
111 Ay 2S-Se
all other& MS. Army Ph OtO)
Trip To Ft. Bennhig
Teams cbosen to journey to Fort
Benning for the U.S. Army Cham Championships
pionships Championships follow:
Rifle tlarn members are Private
First Class John F. Grant, Spe Specialist
cialist Specialist Four Russell Balimer,
Specialist Four Da Vid Writesman,
Sergeant Harvey E. Woods, Sir Sircialist
cialist Sircialist Four Alfred A. Mlle mas
ter Sergeant 'John G. Vasili.lte,
Sergeant First Class Malcolm
Crowder and Specialist Five Con Conrad
rad Conrad Soliz.
The pistol team includes Serge Sergeant
ant Sergeant Juan Perez-Perez, Sergeant
Bunnie E. Gregory, Master,'S'm Master,'S'mgeant
geant Master,'S'mgeant Charles A. NickelsoWPri.
vate First Class Robert 21k.'nElami
Sergeant First Class Emil Meth,
Specialist Four John A. Trudell,
First Lieutenant Edward E. Sur.
man, Sergeant Jose Ocasio Garcia,
Atlantic AC Accepts
JC Tournament 'Bid
The civilian population of the
Atlantic Side will be represented
by the Atlantic Athletic Club in
the 1959 Juntor College Invitation Invitational
al Invitational Basketbal Tournament.
For many years the Hal-Sport
team has been the Co Icl Coast
entry. Last year they won their
opening game over the Cristobal
High School team by the score of
47-45 but were eliminated in thcir
second contest by the Albrook
team that featured Em Bryant and
that went on to win the tourna tournament.
ment. tournament. ":-
Although thi name hak,, been
changed rnany of theA km e
athlOtes will be on this year's ros roster.
ter. roster. These include GeorgC Down Downing,
ing, Downing, Cookie Tagaropolis, ,Lou De DeDeaux
Deaux DeDeaux and Paul Moser. IkInw nat.let
on the roster are Dave Ingrain,
Luke Palumbo, Jack Ruoff, Lou
Hooper, John Hatgi and Arnold
aiming. Dave Ingram will replan-
ethe aging Luke Palumbo as
the. director of floor opeaations.
"Guest Di I,"
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Master Sergeant George K. Bowels
Private First Class James B. Guen
ther and Specialist Four Clevelansil,;
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brand p!eferred by profossionals.
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FOR RENT: Large, completely
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yard, covered patio (Belie) lune,
July and August. Calle 61 No.
FOR RENT:Nico four-bedroom
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debts garage, Go Ift Heights.
$160. PATTERSON, 3-1114.
FOR RENT:CompletslY fur furnished
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FOR RENT:--To a GI couple.
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FOR RENT:lune 20 to August
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walking distance Golf course, use
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FOR RENT:Large, completely
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FOR RENT: Professional or
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Edificio Urraci. corner Ave. Bal Balboa
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FOR RENTt.0,-Office space in
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FOR SALE: 1955 Porch
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FOR RENT:---Modern 2 bedroom
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velopment. Development. All screened and hot
water installation. Further parti particulan
culan particulan call telephone Panama 3-
4946, after hours, 3-6737.
FOR RENT:--Modern and at attractive
tractive attractive ono-bedroom'apartmenta
in new "H1SPERIA"
G-1 Street, El Cangreio, with
hot water cccccc flans, launclry
iences, garage, etc. For in,
formation call Tel. 3-6634.
FOR RENT:Furnishod apart apartment,
ment, apartment, Army approved, clean,
moder building, ient loca location.
tion. location. Automobile RowNo. 16.
FOR RENT: Campo Alegre,
furnished one bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment new furniture, hot water,
balcony, garage. Call 3-11119.
FOR RENT:--Large three bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms apartment, ground floor,
two bathrooms, maid's room with
bathroom, garage, patio, unfur unfurnished
nished unfurnished in El Cangreio. Phone of office
fice office hours 2-0321, after office
FOR RENT:Beautiful two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartmont with lovely bal balcony
cony balcony in Campo Alegre 5150.00,
(back of Raymond Clinic).
Phone 3-5749, 2-1460.
FOR RENT:--Furnished apart apartments.
ments. apartments. ground or upper floors.
30 Ecuador A facing Bri British
tish British Embassy.
FOR RENT:--tinusually antic antictiye
tiye antictiye apartment, folly furnished
and equipped. from early June
for 5-6 months. Campo Alegre.
Two bedrooms lone air-conditioned)
each with bathroom.
5175.00. Tel. 1-6941 for fur further
ther further details.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, $65.00. Apply janitor at
TI-132, 4th of July A eeeee or
phone Hopkins, Balboa 2966.
FOR RENT: In "Cangrelo"
modern 2 bedroom apartment,
maid's room. garage. R t ly
painted. Tel. 3-7596. v
FOR RENT: -- Campo Alegre,
furnished one bedroom ouarf ouarfment.
ment. ouarfment. new furniture, hot water,
balcony, garage. Tel. 3-1789.
FOR RENT:Apartmonts and
rooms, motions, independent.
"Dave ily Building" at Rio Alta Altajo.
jo. Altajo. Pitons 4-0553.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, garage. Ecua Ecuador
dor Ecuador Avenue tic BO, opposite
FOR RENT:---Vsn' (al and
comfortably furnished 2 bedroom
apartment, Catupo Alegre, near
Hotel Hilton. Hot water, inde independent
pendent independent maid's' room, garage,.
FOR RENT:Apartment at El
Cangreio, 3 bedrooms, 2 bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, maid's room, wash tubs,
garage, hot water, $150.00. Ol Olga
ga Olga Building, Eusebio A. Morales
Avenue. Enquire apartment 42.
WANTED TO BUY:Coins of all
countries. gold or silvOr especial especiallY
lY especiallY old coins of the United States.
No lot too small or too large.
Please write or call Kerley, Box
1237 Cristobal. Canal Zone or
man wants to rent a house with
three or four bedrooms starting
about August first in Golf
Heights, Campo Alegi, El Can Cangreio
greio Cangreio or Las Cumbres. Tel. Good GoodYear
Year GoodYear 2-0754 and oive details.
JOB WANTED: Maid, good
- housekeeper. washer and ironer.
Excellent with children, very
dependable. Tel. 83-2244.
FOR SALE:-19511 Chevrolet Del
Ray 4 door sedan. Excellent con condition.
dition. condition. $1800. Call Gamboa 165.
Advertise In this section Ads only cost $0.85 per coL Inch
FOR INFORMATION CALL 2-0740
Finance Tour New Or
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP'TO 36 Mo.
on new ears
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4934 3-49115
All Types of Auto Insurance
HONG KONG ti.JPI)--A beggar
was sentenced to three months in
jail yesterday for tossing a brick
through a limousine window, nar narrowly
rowly narrowly missing the acting com commender
mender commender of British forces in Hong
Kong, Air Com. P. D. Holder.
'Wong Kam Wing watt arrested
just a few minutes after he threw
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FOR SALE: 1955 Porch'
Coupe, rad $1,995.- Call Navy
FOR SALLFord Fair lane V-S
1955 sedan OD transmition,
tinted glass, undercoated, new
tires. ono owner. Rreasonable
for cash. 530-B, Cutundu,
FOR SALE:---1953 Super Buick,
radio, heater, DYnallow, excel excellent
lent excellent tires S350-00. ;all Qualm
Reights 3162, during duty hours.
FOR SALE:-1957 station wagon,
Foreomatic, 6 cylinder, 6 pas passenger,
senger, passenger, radio 61800.00. Tole ToleNhone
Nhone ToleNhone 2-3271.
FOr SALE:Hillman four door
10,000 miles, excellent condition
by owner, call 2-0754, business
hours or 3-6605.
FOR SALE: E1300.00 19g5
V-8 Ford Station Wagon, 9 Pass.
In top condition. Can sae at
8020-C Margarita or call 3-
FOR SALL-1957 Mercury Mon Monterey
terey Monterey 2-delsclan, tan & cream.
Plastic covers, radio, white walls.
duty paid. Will take late model
Opel, Rambler or Vauxhall as
trade-in. Phone Ruben at Gulick
'1011 SALE:Plymouth Belve Belvedere,
dere, Belvedere, 2 door, hard top, 12.000
miles, new condition, sacrifice
price, ten be financed see at
Ave. Cuba 28-54 Esq. Celle 29.
FOR SALE:-1952 4 door Nash
sedan, motor -in excellentcondi excellentcondition.
tion. excellentcondition. tel. 2-446 Of 5512-D,
FOR SALE:-1957 Hillman 4-
door, 14,000 miles, one owner,
51000. Call 82-5135.
FOR SALE:--1957 4 door hard hardtop,
top, hardtop, 6 cyl. Chevrolet, power powerglide,
glide, powerglide, radio, 504 Aiken, 2-1373.
FOR SALE:-1952 Studebaker 2
door, Champion. over drive, will
pay dutv. 5275. 5512-C DIablo.
FOR 'SUB:41.k' 1957 2-door Ford
Bel Rio,121'months old, station
wagon, blue and white styletone
paint, radio, V-11 Thunderbird
engine, 4 new tiros, excellent
condition. 5-7 p.m, week dogs,
house 2352-A Owen St. Balboa.
Phone Balboa 1472.
FOR SAM...A 958 Choyrolot,
5.000 mast, 2 door, occollont
condition, duty paid. Call 3-
FOR SALE:Green M.G.
tible '57, like new, wisiw tires,
wire wheels, 13,500 miles, $1,-
700.00. Duty paid. Tel. 8-3385
from 5 te 7. See it at ()trace
building, 46th. Street and Fedi Fedirico
rico Fedirico Boyd Ave.
FOR SALE:---1955 Chevrolet 4
door wash, 6 cylinder, Deluxe
radio, standard transmission, seat
covers, new' tires, excellent con condition
dition condition $1100.00 cash. Tel. 2-
1515 Ba !Woe.
FOR SALE::1959 Silver lolue
Chevrolet Impala, sport coupe,
V-8, power steering brakes, De Deluxe
luxe Deluxe radio, heater, white side
walls, undercoated 12000 miles,
excellent condition, must sell,
new $3,415.00 my price. $2,-
550.00. Call 08-460 Ft. Gulick.
FOR SALE:--Available Monday.
1956 Fordomatic Country Sedan.
d for Zen residents.
$100 -down payment. Balboa 2-
FOR SALE:-1955 Chevrolet
Bel-Air, cony. 6, No tone, tiros
bat. practically new, transitor,
radio, extra speakor, very,clean,
mech. good, can finenc. Qtrc
89 Curundu Hts. Tel. 83-5139.
FOR SALE:--1957 Hil !mats 4-
door, one owner, 1400 miles.
Excellent condition $975 82,-
FOR SALE:-1957 Ford wagon,
6 cyl., standard; 16,000 milers;
quick sale, leaving for states.
Perfect condition, Balboa 1253.
FOR SAL1:-1957 Chevrolet
Bel Air, 4 door, sedan, R H 6
evlindenrt, standard transmission,
$1500. Rodman 3252, Sgt., Bea BeaSen.
Sen. BeaSen. Gui
For similar basic lOw NSLI
rates charged by the govern government
ment government during W. lit IL
Phone anytime railiting
AN INSIDII JOS
KNOXVILLZ, tent). (UPD--
Police quickly Solved the "theft"
of1130 last night from John Ma MaThe
The MaThe 'money had fallen through
a hole in Maples' pocketinto the
hollow center of Mk artifical leg.
KARASJOKK, Norway (UPI)
Flood waters from the Karasjokk
River forced 800 persons to flee
from their homes last night in
this town in northern Norway, The
mayor said the flood was the
'worst since 1917.
MOSQUITO OARS Army style,
nylon, durable. STEEL dressers,
chiffoniers. desks. chairs, swivel
chairs, filing cabinets. soles, mi mimeograph,
meograph, mimeograph, typewriter, adding
machines. DQUBLE BEDS with
new mattress $29.95. Cribs. ca canapi's
napi's canapi's chaise lounge. El Vends-,
le Tod. Tel. 2-0049, Ave, An Ancon
con Ancon TI-10.
FOR SALE:-.-Wootinghouss dry.
or. 60 cyclo, 110 or 220 volt,
5100.00. Call Albrook 3105.
FOR SALLComplete machine
shop: largo laths with accessories.
Drill press-circie saw, band-saw,
lot of all types of tools both ma machines
chines machines wood working, gas welding
equipment tanks. To be sold only
at a unit. Call 2-3 M.
FOR SAL11:Lambretta motor
scooter. full size pin ball ma machine,
chine, machine, make an offer, electric
IBM typewriter $45, tans
record $125, boy's bicycle B.
S.A. 5512-C, Diablo.
FOR SALE:.--Piano and bench
550.00, desk 6 drawors 835.00,
girls' bik $20.00, 4 garden
rocking chain 320.00 each one,
bar and 3 stools $100.00. For
information can Tel. 4-0284
after 6 p.m.
FOR SALIE:---Twe ceramic bak baking
ing baking ovens with table. Standard
size pin ball machine. 7I2-D El
Prado. Tel. Balboa 1294.
FOR SALE:--Floor safe manufac.
tured by Herring-Hall-Marvin
Safe Co. One (II size, 16 inches
deep, 16 inches wide, 22 inches
high. Price 3100.00. One (1)
size 24 inches deep, 30 inches
wide, 42 inches high. Price
$1115.00 excellent condition.
Contact Mr. Manning, Sears Roe.
buck, 3,A. en the Transisthmian
Highway. Phone 2-0931.
FOR SALE:'57 Buick Special,
like new, all extras, can be fi
d 36' sport fisherman, re rebuiit
buiit rebuiit 145 Chris Cra(t motor, less
than 200 hrs, hydraulic controls.
Ship to shore, auto pilot, deeP
freeze. Call Balboa 2967.
FOR SALE:-.-01. wringer wash washer,
er, washer, Venetian blind's for Duplex
porch. Call Balboa 2956.,
ftieerator 350.00. Bondi's auto automatic
matic automatic wash machine $115.00. 13
Venetian blinds, $28.00. fan
310.00. Telephone Balboa 4257.
FOR SALEs---Pacensaker 4x5
Speed Graphic with accessories.
Ons 240mns Tele Arton lens en
Graphic lensbeard. Call Albrook
86-7298 evenings, 86-5126
WU INVEST 2' Mossy- Duty
Electric Commercial Rams s.
Value $1,000.00 In Restaurant.
WILL INVEST:Neayy duty
Metal 'rolling Machine. Va Imo
Value $2,000.00. In Motal
Working Shop. May be soon at
INTRA. Call 3-6121.
WILL INVEST:.-Stainless Steel
Tanks, valued at $1,000.00. In
Chemical, Pharmaceutical or Ford
Processing Company. Call 3-
FOR SA1-1:--Airplano HP-126
Cessna 140, 2 place, 15 HP, Co Colon
lon Colon airpod, Ph. Crtstobal 1-1942
or Gamboa 6-222.
FOR SALE:e;ore Pool Sta Stadium.
dium. Stadium. Enquire at "El Economi Economise".
se". Economise". 12 street No. 21. Phene 2-
Edit RENT;--Itsion to respect respect,
, respect, able lady. Estudiante street.
To Attend Church
Members of the Pacifi eCom eCommissary
missary eCommissary and Sporting Club, their
queen-elect and her court will at attend
tend attend church services tomorrow
morning at St. Peter's Church, La
This is a part of the club's an anniversary
niversary anniversary activities Which will
include a dance and coronation
next Saturday night at the Ca Casino
sino Casino NI Mt del Mar.
The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
(INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1840)
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGFR SERVICES
TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR'PERU AND CIIILE
MN. "FLAMENCO" May 15
MM. "SABMIENTO" BUY 20
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA GUAIRA,
KINGSTON. HAVANA. NASSAU. BERMUDA. SPAIN
, f AND FRANCE
.S.S. "REINA DEL MAR" ,,
' (Alrtanditioned) 20,225 Tana June 14
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIAECT
MN. oCUZCO" ttipo I May', 21' t'
my. 191zARR:0-.................. may 29;
ROYAL, MAIL LINES LTD.HOLLAND ' :
,, AMERICA LINE L ..,,
, TO NORTH "Acme PORTS
LS. "DUIVENDYIL" p t. May 10
S.S. "DIEMERDY,K 1. 1 4 May 24
, TO UKCONTINENT
ILK "LOCH GOWAN" May 10
Lt. "LOCH LOYAL" !lay 19
'kLL SAILINGS SUBJECT TO CHANGE wrrHoul NOTICE
Crislobal 349505 Eanama 3-125711 JIalhos 1-1905
SALd...0116- badroom a,
:L.pa., S175.00; Double had with
Rubber Foam .mattrass, $15.00;
tkna dining. mom sots $115.01
Call Tot. 1-7990.
.FOR SALIkw-Amtematie Maytag
washer, like NOW. Best after. Call
FOli SALItm-60 cycle-Kelyinator
refrigerator freezer combination,
Atwo door an4 shelf area, 60 cut
ft., freezer, capacity 44 poomis.
Ext.eitent conditions. 8125.00.
FOR SAL11---Leaving the' coups-.
try, complete household, three
room, bar, kitchen, Frigidaire,
fr best Fisher Hi-El tut.
Sterling silverware, three cars
Mercury Turnpike Crusier, Ford,
Stack, all perfect condition and
bargain prices. Tel. 3-3489 44th
Street No. 17 Apt. L
FOR SM,.1:Two dining room
tables, wrought4on 4egs, $15.00.
By f f et st. sup. Both
$27.00, Girl's 7 "Western fly flyer"'
er"' flyer"' bike $15.00. Balboa 2409.
FOR SALC-9 cu. ft. Westing Westingbona,
bona, Westingbona, -rofrigerator, an porcelain,
excellent condition. Bldg. 420,
Diablo Ito., phone 2-3180.
,IFOR SAIE:--Cheapl 2 stuffed
chairs. red and fret, $30.00
both; 2 tan armchairs with 'alas,.
-tite-tiillows. $20.00 both. Set
shelves with big mirror, S5.00.
Baby', mattress, a I m a t new
510.00. Stroller excellent con condition,
dition, condition, $10.00. Girls' bedroom
set, pink-- and white. Stove,
S25.00. Call Panama 3-6608.
FOR SALE;Bendix automatic
washol, $60.00, call Navy :3516.
FOR SALI: B d, maftress,
$25.00. Radio-record player,
$45.00. Toaster, upholstered
chair, states made, $50.00. Marble-topped
table and chairs,
$45.00. Ceramics, benches. kit kitchen
chen kitchen utensils, miscellaneous.
Phone Balboa 1309. Hous
Boots Motors I
FOR SALE: Landing large
LCM6 with 2 gray marine diesel
motors 225 HP hull and moitore
,in perfect condition,,,- AaglY
Blok Agencies, To Imatone Pan.'
ana 3-3397 or 3-7259 or 84.
FOR SALE:--Itunabout, fiberi
glassed. 12 ft., trailer, 15 11.p.
Ilyinrodo. complote $450, 1'51
Chrysler sedan, radio, good eon eondition
dition eondition 8400.00. Call Clayton
2281 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE:.Brand new J. C.
Higgins heavy dluty boat trailer.
Independent torsion, bar wheel
suspension handles boat up to 1
het. Regular $379.95. Sale
price $248.00 SEARS ROE ROEBUCK.
BUCK. ROEBUCK. S.A. Transistbraian High Highway.
way. Highway. I
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',led Tol..3-03311, Panama.
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FOR SALIP-4.ols 500 and 1.000
motors, fa MN Norm ftiOlsonto,
Urbantostioe across tiro Romeo.
' Ratittisk., AR lots with Weer
fronts. sewage, wan min and
otostrkity. Coe W. brisBaroots.
FOR SA1.14Lot 1.066 square
meters in the best location of
La Cresta situated between "V"
Street and new street. For Infor Information
mation Information please call Tel. 2-2170
from Les. te 12 neon and from
2 p.m. to 5 Las. '
FOR SALE:-,-Ho4so In Pueblo
Num, cool, nom Inc Only $900
down, $30 monthly. FATTER.
FOR SA1.11:!-Nice level ,lot,
10th St. RiO Abell) for only
$936. PATTERSON, 3-1114.
FOR SAtRil bedroom chalet.
furnished or unfurnished. 1
bathrooms, 2 bitchens.-1 2 large
living rooms and,terrace. '500
square meters. Via Perris No.
135. Phone 2-2113 et 2-142T,
"La Innovation". Mr. At Ba lid.
FOR SALL--CH11.111RE. bedew;
acxerpor ocrienrytinres coMe I caution against buying ve-neestatalas;
biluulsti7 'ry high dividends because only
.too fregently a high return jndi
nem fronting Cinil Zone Mad; eates trouble brewing in the corn cornden
den cornden Dam highway,- MilePosti It PanY's affairs'
34 hectare lend- partially land-.
Some of your list' Is far tho
scaped, terraced. Superb living'
room or &mina area. Homo of apeculative for a man in yot,IL po position.
sition. position. Fifth 'Avenue SoackY.for
solid allePed ledge rock construc- example; Dynamics, :' wbite5A'in wbite5A'inNon.
Non. wbite5A'inNon. with front and two sides of
i;ff'trottemencsitrnotrruocntitozrsahntta nitstaol wteor;ileadting, pays no dividend': And
be mOre suitable ,for -;A
roof. Rrietful view with brilliant
young man,thanjor,yourself. ,:
businness potential. Electricity, I am sending you kJ, ofeon ofeonsurface
surface ofeonsurface water, septic tank with servative issues. ''
well-constructed drainage. Offers Q. I'm 27 and single, end la lawmen
wmen lawmen opportunity to energetic terested 'primarily in speculation.
caterer or retailer. C. S. Bell I hold Gold Seal Products, Hast
well-constructed drainage. Offers
utmost opportunity to energetic
caterer or retailer. C. S. Belle
Gamboa. Telephone 748 or 758.
LOST: Lady.' Mido watch.
Whits gold. Fort Clayton park parking
ing parking lot, near 'Main Gm or on
way to Exchange. MM. V R. Carr
Curundu Heights. 83-6249.
Omni Family Head
Dies In Trailer
SALISBURY, England, May 9
year-old patriarchal bead of the
famous Chipperfiel circus farni farnily,
ly, farnily, died in his luxury house trail trailer
er trailer yesterday at nearby Wish Wishfond.
fond. Wishfond. The Chipperfields have been
connected with the circus sir,,e
the das of Charles but it was
not until 1939 that the Chipper Chipperfield
field Chipperfield circus became really success successful',
ful', successful', under Dick's guidance.
A few 'months later, at the out outbreak
break outbreak of war, he had to shoot
;1106t of hit anima's himseir,
knowing he'd never be able to
But by 1948 Chipperfield's.
circus was on the move again, bi
ger and better than ever.
Old 'Dick's Bye children all are
whit the, circus. to make sure they
family ,tradition continues.
OE LOW PARMrs. Tom Amis
of Da llga, Tex. Mad up with
thitowacky chapeau at a boob)"
vice. She via; low woman in a
local fund-raising drive.
S, THIN LOIIS
LONDON (UPI) Mrs. Lenora
Millington,. recent winner of $15,.
260 on a TV quiz. show, was told
oho Alma pay the costa of her
divorce from her teacher husband
John who arm $3,360 ,a year.
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cautioned against trying for high
dividends.-It seems 'yow ars in inclined
clined inclined toward growth..I am 71,
with reduced income. have some
money in Fifth Avenue Colch,
Baltimore, and, Ohio, Dynamics
Corp., 'Cruicible Steel, Ford, Sun,'
ray. What shouldi do with them?
A. I must correct 'you. I am
not "inclined toward' growth'i in
CobViously, I think a youtg fel fellow
low fellow who does not need current in,
come from his investments should
aim for growth rather than em emphasizing
phasizing emphasizing -dividends. Growth
stocks help build capital.' Divi Dividends,
dends, Dividends, in this-case, increase the
tax load. .1.4,
In your case, this would not hold
true. You do need dividend in income
come income I caution against buying ve
ASIAN HUNGARY-, COnUltn"
nist Chinese aggre,ssion kt Ti Tibet
bet Tibet is causing pressure to
mount in India for Prime Min Minister
ister Minister Nehru to take another
look at his policy of neutrality; i
'Political leaders have expressed
fears that the Reds may be'.
planning to invade the King- i
dom of ',Nepal and,the Indian
inotectorates of ';',Zikkim, and
Bhutan. NewSMalrSP0t3 this:
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mount in India for Prime Min- Fr
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look at his policy of peutralitZ: ag
'Political leaders have expressed it
fears that the Reds may be be
planning to invade the King-i
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ings, Studebaker ', Packard,,,'Sap,
phire Peteoleum. Worried about Al.
the last 2 In- which I .have los loses,
es, loses, What should I, do? '
A. gm a good...deal older than
27, married-with two ymmgstera,
to boot. If you want to speculate',
do you think it's fair to ask 'Ini 'Init.
t. 'Init. do, your worrying? Pot
Q. My experience in the market
(limited to the ilast three years)
has been rather'disappointing I fp
am 38 and own,' the following:,,,
Celanese, Burroughs and GeneraI 143
Dynamics. Would you keep them,
or replace thein7
A. If by disappointing you mean
you haven't doubled your monen
I suppose I'd have 'to agree.
But if you are building solid
forward looking:investment pore-4
foliodI can't See. ,any paaon for
regret. You have threcgoect-tom-4
panies, all with excellent growth
potential, It-nr,4 ,11)
thinlefotve either been hear hearing
ing hearing too many "race track" stories
from friends, or have depressed
by-wild moves in a handful of is issues.
sues. issues. I don't see any reason to worry,
if you're thinking long-tetra.
'00 you think it's
to do your worryin,
Q. My experience
(limited to the ilex
ha 3 been rather
am 38 and own' 1
Dynamics. Would y
or replace thein?
A. If by disappoill
You haven't doublet
I suppose I'd have 1
But if you are bt
folio,I can't See,,a
regret. You have th
ponies, all with em
ing too many "race
from friends, or hi
by-wild moves in a
I don't see any ri
if you're thinking
- C ATTER.'
yzaw.. YOE& May 8 (UPI)
UEVAr- YOB& May I (UPI)
Bache and Cergays the hesitation
of (no past two weeks in the stock
market stems from two sources,
one technical and the other govern government.
ment. government. hability of 'the market toe,
breach the 630 line of the Dow-Jc
nes industrials, tha firm sa44
has driven many to the, sidelines:
afid the pending action of the ie.,
deral Reserve, jon possible credit
tightening is. tbe other.
Despite thi historically high leo. f,''
els of thee 'Dow-Jones industrial
averagesisays Van Alstyne Neel
and Cothe markerg position bag.
ed on reetnt action remains sound
and Ave- feel that the constructive
o 04dvitalold Sway.
toiShearson,,Hammill alid Co. says.
earnings of -many chemical cont.
lunges will rise by about one-third
this,' 'year and. dividend news
should belood. It notes that bowie
Chemical, bas indicated it will re
surce payment of a yearend stock
dividend, "and we, would guess'
that- Monlianto will do the same,"
r. E. Hutton and Co., noting that
Fruehauf Trailer earned. 36
'cents a share inthe Marchiniarter
against a loss a year ago, says
it is indicated that profits will
be substantially higher in subs&
Eldon. 'Ay Grimm, analyst for
Walston and 'Co., feels the 'oll4
group may have a pretty good rill-.
ly potential at this time. 4
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1 JOSEPH FIELDS
GIG ItOUNGGli SCALA
sys the hesitation
eeks in the stock
am two sources.
the other govern governd
d governd 'the market toe'
ne of the Dow-.1ctha
to the, sidelines:
action of the fe4
torically high lev-Jones
hran Alstyne Noel
kers position bas-
on remains sound
alad Co. says.
y chemical 'tom.
ay about one-third
It notes that bowie s
dicated it will re
! a yearend stock
ves would guess'
do the same,"
ad Co., noting that
er earned, 33
the Marchquarter 41
a year ago, says
that profits will
higher in subs&
nm, analyst for
D., feels the 'oll4
a pretty good rill-.
is time. 4
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Inman showed embarrassment
as Democrats lavished their praise
for the historic decisions be made
hi the Presidencythe use of the
atom bomb against Japan, the Ber Berlio
lio Berlio airlift, the Marshall Plan and
bstervention in Korea.
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rassed embarrassed at what you said here," he
said in emotion-choked tones.
Ile was far happier at mild digs
la himself such as Dean Acheson's
comment, "When he made an er error
ror error he learned from it, although he
never, admitted it."
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high places end memories retold
as he was depicted as "the man
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pendence, Independence, Mo dined on filet mig migTIM
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huge seven-tier cake with 75 can candles.
dles. candles. Truman, who was scheduled to
speak at the dinner. also was the
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'Weather Or Not
This weather report tor thz
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Banana Canal Company:
'High 91 85
'Low 74 80
INIgh 91 91
t-tew 52 62
(max. mph) N-17 NE-20
RAIN (inches) .01 0
'Miner harbors) 79 81
Gatun Lake 83.70
Madden Dam 220.06
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SUNDAY, MAY 10
5:27 a.m 14.6 ft.
5:32 p.m 15.0 ft.
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Pqrry Truman's 75th Birthday
Items 50,000 Adriilrers From All
NEW YORK, May 9 (UNHarry Truman celebrated his ,75th birthday last night with 50,000 of his' admirers
ai parties in 17 cities connected by closed circuit television across the nation. of
, it was a sentimental affair at times and the former President was near tears at the end, but he provided his own
comic relief with the TruMan touch of trying to cut'the woOden interior of a huge tiered birthday cake.
si it was also a highly partisan affair, with not a Republican in sight, and Truman got his biggest laughs from
wisecracks about Clare Boothe Luce and Sen. Wayne Morse, Vice-President Richard Nixon and Oen. Douglas Mac MacArthur.
Arthur. MacArthur. There were 1800 democrats paying $100 a plate at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York where Truman and
his Wife dined. An enthusiastic storm of applause broke when former New York Gov. Averell Harriman said the 'party
wished he would be their candidate next year.
',is love for the Missouri Waltz.
But the former President had this
"One of the things I would like
get on the record once and for
all is that I never learned the Mis Missouri
souri Missouri Waltz."
The dinner, which cost $100 a
plat in Now York, was extend extendod
od extendod by closed circuit television
parties in Independence, San
Francisco, Now Orleans, Denver,
Washington, Chicago, Boston,
Detroit, Cleveland, Oklahoma
ty, Houston, Dallas, Chattanooga,.
Tann., Gary, Ind., and Dayton,
It was held in such wielve., Vary Varying
ing Varying gathering Places as the Waldorf-Astoria
Hotel in New York,
the Civie ()Piro House in Chicago,
a ballroom in 'Roston, and Consti Constitution
tution Constitution Hall in Washington,
In some cities the dinner cost as
little as $1 a plate.
One of the highlights of the eve evening
ning evening came with a short film of
Truman's famous imitation of ra radio
dio radio commentator H. V. Kaltenborn
predicting Truman's 1948 presiden presidential
tial presidential defeat hours before hewoll hewollKaltenhorn,
Kaltenhorn, hewollKaltenhorn, now in Ms 80's, fol,
lowed the film with a comment
that while Truman slept that night
"I waited for the Dewey votes that
didn't come in."
Memories and praise of Truman
came from heads of state, former
government'associates and Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic leaders.
Among those included in the
show were Israeli Prime Minister
David Ben Gurion, former British
Prime Minister Winston Churchill,
who is in the United States on a
visit, former British Prime Minis Minister
ter Minister Clement Attlee, Senate Majority
LEGAL LOOTJohn, Dalton of Chevy Chase, Md., won the
Sandhi 11 allgauge championship, the high over-all title, and
a half dozen other crowns in the Sandhi 11 Skeet Champion.;
ships at Pinehurst, N.C., CI Ub. Albert Tufts presents awards.
Against Six NY Hospitals
NEW YORK (1.11)1)--ome 3,800
non-professional workers went on
strike yesterday against six New
York hospitals in defiance of a
state Supreme Court order.
The union, which is seeking bar bargaining
gaining bargaining recognition, threatened
to call strikes at nine other hos hospitals,
pitals, hospitals, where an additional 3,800
workers were employed.
The six private, non-profit hos hospitals
pitals hospitals immediately affected placed
nurses on extra duty and called in
volunteers to help care for about
2,500 patients. The Greater N e
York Hospital Assn. said condi conditions
tions conditions were nearly normal.
Attorneys for the hospitals s.,;tid
they would institute civil contempt
proceedings against the union, its
officers and organizers for calling
the strike despite a epurt ban.
A spokesman for foe hospital
association said that,.hospitals
were Opining to hireQreplace hireQreplacements
ments hireQreplacements fr the workers 'who left
The strike began at 7 cm.
while.Mayor Robert F. Wagner
was presiding over a night-long
mediation session at City Hal
The meeting broke up at 8 a.m.
The strike was ordered by Local
119 of the Retail Drug Employes
Union. Picket ltles were formed
at these rospitals: Mount Sinai.
-.- 0 -.
Leader Lyndon Johnson (1)-Tex.),
House Lead Pr Sam Rayburn (1)-
Tex.), Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt,
Democratic national chai rman
Paul Butler, and Adlai E. Steven
River Nile Tragedy
Claims 11 Lives;
CAIRO (UPI) A river Steamer
jammed with 350 government
workers and their families on an
outing sank in the river Nile ve3-
terday and officials reported as
many as 200 mising.
At least 11 persons were known
dead and 26 of the survivors were
hospitalized. Cordusion in t h e
area of the tragedy 10 miles north
of Caim made an accurate se.
counting of lives fmpessible.
Government authorities reporled
that between 150 and 200 persons,
many of thent children, wer e
missing in nee, of the Niterst
tra gedies in years,.
Police estimated' that at teast
100 children under the age of 12
were aboard the steamer.
They said the ship sank shortlY
after a number of oassengers had
transferred to a river launch in
mid-stream at the request of the
The steamerr, owned. by t h
United Arab Republic Ministry of
Works, Was taking the emnloyes
and their families on a Frirlay
sabbatb holiday tour:
The ship sank near Aalyub, a
Nile delta town. 114
No cause of the sinking eould
be determined immediately.
Beth David, Beth Israel, Lenox
Hill, Bronx and Brooldyn Jewish.
Pic,kets scuffled with police at
Beth Israel on Manhattan's Lower
East Side when notified that the
number of pickets would have to
be limited to five. Ten strikers
were taken to a police stajon
and issued summonses for disor disorderly
derly disorderly conduct.
The strikers for the most part
were laundry workers, porters,
elevator operators, orderlies, elec electricians,
tricians, electricians, plumbers and other
maintenance persorinel. The union
said that 80 to 85 per cent were
Negro ot( Puerto Rican.
The hospital association said
that pharmacy and X-ray techni technicians
cians technicians did not participate in the
strike., There was no disruption of
An order banning any strike un-.
til Tuesday was signed Thursday
by state Suprelne Court Justice
Samuel, Gold. 'The Anion had'no
comment to make on its Offence
of the order. A strike agamst the
hospitals had been threatened by
the dnion for weeks.
The hospitalshave refused to
recognize the union as bargaining
agent. Employes of th, city-supported,
voluntary hospitals are
not covered by federal or state
Itabor legi!lation because lhey are
son, twotime Democratic presi presidential
dential presidential candidate.
The dinnar was sponsored by bythe
the bythe Democratic National Com Committee
mittee Committee which ill use the profits
to finance future campaigns.
Many stars of show business also
took part, including Melvyn Doug Douglas,
las, Douglas, Jack Benny, Leonard Be yn ynstein,
stein, ynstein, Jimmy Durante, Mort Uhl,
and Danny Kaye.
MACE IN SI1.1(--A perAcbute
recovery system, has beem,de beem,developed
veloped beem,developed for the Air korce's
Mace, a surface-to-surface
guided Missile. Top to bottom,
three parachutes pop out at end
of flight, rubber landing gear
inflates and Mace floats gently
to earth. Re-use Of the mis missile
sile missile allows more intensive
training of launch crew at de decreased
creased decreased cost.
TO RECEIVE SUKARNO
VATICAN CAT (CPI) Pope
John XXIII wilt receive 'world 'worldtouring
touring 'worldtouring President Sukarno of In Indonesia
donesia Indonesia iti an audience on May
14, it wa's announced, today.-
Lit S.' I eet
, Pony tail went out of style be because
cause because too many of them looked
like the wearer forgot to get per permission
mission permission from the pony. WAS
By Chinese Reds
MACAO (UPI) A farmer who
iscaped from Communist China
Monday said yesterday the Reds
mowed down 22 other Chinese try trying
ing trying to,flee to this Portuguese pos possession
session possession the same night..
The farmer, who insisted that
his,..name be withheld, escaped to
the Portuguese-held island of Colo Coloane,
ane, Coloane, a fevir miles southeast of
Macao. He said he witnessed the
machine-gunning from a sampan
that escaped Red notice in the
The shooting occurred at 7 p.m.
Monday, the farmer said, when
three sampans carrying 22 per persons,
sons, persons, including seven women and
three children, from Sunwui City
tried to slip past Chinese gun gunboats
boats gunboats at the approaches of Macao
- Two gunboats sighted the sam sampans
pans sampans when the small craft were
alinost to Macao and opened, fire,
killin, two men and two childrep
in 114 lead sampan. The ofitEr
otmpans tried to escape, but m
chine gun bursts stopped them, the
.By this time, there were only
three persons still alive in one
sampan and two in one of the
others. The Communists signalled
them to come alongside the gun gunboats.
boats. gunboats. As soon as the sampans ap approached,
proached, approached, the farmer said, the
Reds opened fire and the last of
the 22 refugees toppled into the
The reported massacre was one
of the bloodiest yet, involving Chi Chinese
nese Chinese trying to escape to the Por Portuguese
tuguese Portuguese enclave of Macao. Sev Several
eral Several thousand fishermen have fled
from Communist China because of
high taxes on their catches. Most,
have taken refuge in Macao.
Four White Youths Plead Innocent
To Negro Girl's Rape; Trial Set
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (UPI)
Four white youths accused ot a asauling
sauling asauling a Negro coed in a recial
sex crime that shocked t tut s
southern capital and universit3r.
city pleaded not guilty to rape
A jury trial was ordered and
trial date set for May 27. The
girl 'was seized at the point of a
shotgun from a parked car on the
Florida A and M University cam campus
pus campus early May 2 and was rapad
Rape is punishable by death in
the' electric chair in Florida, but
no white man has ever been ex executed
ecuted executed in this state for raping a
MAY ,SELL VILLA
ROME (UPI) The luxury
villa Benito Mussolini built for
his mistress, Claretia i'ztac:, may
be auctioned May 18 to pay deb,s
of the Petacci family, it was
The family is trying to Make
arrangements with creeitors that
'I-wild make it posPibie to keep
the villa, built on a hill in the
northwes, of Ro Me. It now houses
-TURKISH DELIGHTTurkey's EIVis' Pres lei b '27..yeat-old ".
Zeki Muren. who's enchanting admirer over the phone in
his plush Istanbul bedroom.' Zeki shook up the Turkish enter,. '7'i
tainment world. by.; wearing .gaudy costumes and dancing on
stage while singing his songs His earnIngiu 05010 a you"'
In Ike's Civil
WASHINGTON (UPI) T h e
House Appropriations Committee
Friday ordered a 41 per cen.
slash in President Eisenhower's
civil defense budget. It refused to
put up any funds for ereation of
4,000 neW civil defense jobs at
city halls throughout, the country.
The committee ,took the action
in apkoving a $6,845,542,940 mon money
ey money bill carrying, funds for the
Civil Defense Administration, the
Veterans Administration and
other independent federal offices
in the fiscal year starting July 1.
In denying $12,000,000 sought by
the President to ,help finance. the
city hall jobs, the committee said
it had been subjected to many
"pressure" letters, ,telegrams and
telephone calls urgmg creation of
the new "bureaucracy." It called
.he proposal wasteful.'
The big money measure, sched.
uled for House action Monday,
would provide $145,348,200 less
than the President requested.
The bulk of the funds would go
to the Veterans Administration. It
was alloted $5,029,485,000, only $9,-
259,000 lets than the President
sought. The measure carried $43,
735,000 for civil defense, a cut of
$31,235,000, and $51,400,00 for the
Federal Aviation 'Agency, a cut of
about la per cent.
The committee denied funds for
the new civil defense jobs despite
the fact they had been authorized
by the last Congress to help pro promote
mote promote civil defense. It brusised
aside a plea by Civil Defense
Chief Leo A. Hoegh that the
"vital' program ,had been en endorsed
dorsed endorsed by such groups as the gov governors
ernors governors conference and American
The -commiftte said the job jobholders,
holders, jobholders, who generally would be
appointed by city mayors, would
"continually exert pressure' on
Congress to vote more funds for
Besides denying funds for the
:lobs, the committee provided only
810,000.000 for federal contribu contributions
tions contributions to states and communities
for pdrchase Of civil de f ense
equipment, training and other
This was- the same amount nro nrovided
vided nrovided this year, but $15,000,000
less than tho President requested
for next year.
Trial by jury was mandatary
under the pleas of innocent en entered
tered entered by each defendant at ar arraignment
raignment arraignment before Judge W. May
Students at Florida A and M9 an
all-Negro school, have conductgd
"passive" protest demonstrations
and held "prayers for justice"
in the case 'during the past two
weeks. Nearly 300 Negro specta spectators
tors spectators filled a segregated trnrd trnrdfloor
floor trnrdfloor gallery ill the courtroom for
the arraignment and talked ex
citedly in low tones after each
defendant entered pleas.
The youths, represented by
court-appointed attorneys, spoke
in loud, clear voices and showed
no signs of nervousness. They
wore open-necked sports shirts.
Judge Walker appointed defense
attorneys at the beginning oi the
Proceedings in a filled courtroom.
He asked each 'defendant if they
had counsel and each replied he
The wife of defendant Willon T.
Collingswerth, 24, asked ,for more
time to find a lawyer for bar
husband, then accepted a litvyer
suggested by the court. Collings Collingsworth,
worth, Collingsworth, who quit school before kthe
seventh grade, cannot read or
Tallahassee Municipal Judge
John Rudd was appointed to pde pdefend
fend pdefend 011ie Btoutamire, 16, yoang yoangest
est yoangest of the defendants. Stoutamile's
mother died when he was born.
Another defendant, Patrick Scar Scarborough,
borough, Scarborough, 20, lost his mother in a
barroom brawl when hs was
seven and his father committed
suicide; '' William Beagles; ,18, the
fourth defendant, is the son of a
truck driver. His mother is a
Police investigators said -the
four youths admitted assaulting
the 19-year-old girl, who was
raped silk times. A deputy arrest arrested
ed arrested the youths after a high-speed
chase and found the half-nude,
hysterical bound and gagged
on the floer of the back seat of
She had attended a campus
dance with her date and they
were with another student couple
parked in a car behind the Florida-A
and M stadium following the
dance. The Negroes said the waite
youths drove, up,' brandished the
shotgun and a knife and forced
the Negroes to kneel in front of
'the headlights of the car. Thea,
' they said, the youths attempt attempted
ed attempted to force both girls into their
car but the ypunger one .broke
away an& hid' in some bushes.
'rho) Negro boyk, ordered to
leave:I:went to nearby house to
It was expected that the cases
would be called for a joint trial,
although attorneys may ask that
the youths be tried separately.
Ono court appointed attorney
objected to tho May 27 trial date
on grounds he needed more mine
tO prepare a defense, but Walker
Inerreled the objectioss
' ',WASHINGTON (UPI) Boilermaker ,Unio-ril,Vic.
,saph McCollum deniod a charge by a' fellow. union, official, yos torday,1,4
that he once 'planned to hire a killer to murder' a union. :
McCollum promptly took a ilo detector,- test that 'Aplcied -to ,suppert. 0
A similarAIO detector test on his icCuseill.idind 111;Hill4;
nois manager' of Houston, Tox., Boilormakot: Local 74,'was doscriboi:,
as 1 - 44
The tosts vitro administered by'the Offico'of 'Navol Intolliganciit'
immodiatoly After Hood airod his 'charge Aoriti McCollum his ,rioniat
at a hoctic hoarintrof the Senate Racket! CoMmittoo..-;.4,
Committee Counsel '11.oberi PtiteTbettveiti IfCColfutit sOin
Kennedy said the'-operator of 'Lite inenibets:,X;LOcal 74.,
polygraph maChing reported' that '1 iwiors th4e :11'.1K4gColitant:: 1
in his opinion McCollum was tell- .Wanted :fermis '',Ito4ohtribUto
ing the truth when he stated he each ,to rifund WC- a killer 44
never discussed hiring a killer. ij to ;murclitr-''. Wilkins, -'- who'i hed-.. At.
Kennedy ,'-said the operator re- boon, Iltyttiretin 'assaisits ottfal4t
ported that:the mathint did not vostn -main g
show any ',Conclusive reaction by '?the ,seneatitinalt,thergetagd tilt;
Head. Ottick denIA1-.CallteuiteXPeaeflt4
the cointnittee- amfoldett;.,4,4torA;
Kennedy the committee ot jntrg.tutitirr;
would send, the transcript of their politics and.- gun.totingl., by' Vittotrti,
sworn testitnony to the. justice de- officials !among -the ;;Bcdlefiriakeirjr
partment for poSsible. perjury,ac- up the 'east Texas litelk4t,',,e7..7 -401
bon. He notedis,however, thit-,Ile ',1'ho.t.emMittdolbrotight!put.tliar
detector tests are not adinited as Wilkins. had been Iried,,:,butacwat4:
evidence of federal courts. 'ted1;birsOlttlittlizat Alf-defens419rt
L the 11955 union liall,',-41fying- tot, 4,40
It was Head who first vain j.iTilthets but:i7S.;:ws 'aisgt;ellarthlatal:
teered to take the test after Mc- 1"4,,
eC ot hmal lpt ommy cmch eaondi u dmo fe n oai endke uHederi det 011' ss msce hud ra drt geh ere yt he aa tr wwi tt 01 11,3 ve a
Clarence Wilkins;,; former: member of .4Tay,1111,BillIngsleY.." 'another :Ars,
of the- union's Galveston, firtallst4hezlocat'L.The Anvestlgat
local; tori terVed 4-16-
Chairman ,John L. McClellan (D .1'
Ark.) took him uo on the offer tie"
and asked 'if MeCollurn manteci to this viehince wee 'the -teteetilt'''
take the test L:also. McCollum aid
"1 volunteer." od.; Ho-464 'ho' rofaso&'tii- coti,m
Head unexpeetedly injected his Itihe4-4,500',,ftel,';'hi'l ,!0
version of the alleged 1956 death -1.111.tY,funti,,
plot while testifying about a :
End Argentine Meet
BUENOS AIRES (UPI) EcO EcOnomic
nomic EcOnomic experts from the 21 Amer American
ican American republics yesterday ended tol
11-day conference after adopting
a series of measures designed to
speed up Latin America's eco economic
nomic economic development.
The closing plenary session was'
thrown int,i confusion when Cuba
refused to sign'The final declara declaration.
tion. declaration. Howevei, after the deelara-1
tion was revised and converted
!nto a non binding communique'
which requircd no signature by
the delegations. the draft was ap-'
Proved unanimously without debate.
The Cuban delegation to the
meeting of the Committee bf 21
the economic branch of the Or Organiation
ganiation Organiation of American States
held that the original declaration
conveyed a "spirit of excessive
optimism' and that such an ex expretsion
pretsion expretsion 'viag "not prudent" be because
cause because "people eon't live on opti optimismtbey
mismtbey optimismtbey live on bread and
A sub -committee then' was
named to water down the decla declaration.
ration. declaration. It wa, also agreed that
the derlaration would be made a
"non-binding communique" and
th-t it would not' be signed by
The United States delegation.
headed 'by Assistant Secretary of
State fey. Ennomie Afflirs Thom Thomas
as Thomas C. Mane moved for speetht
Pooroval of the text of the dec declaration
laration declaration sbottly after the morning
session convened, although ,noi,ng
some reservations to the text.
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dNOTit:A: All ladies 'attending
I' this presentation will bel
given a little bottle of the o
delicate prylume "SORT)
nUte :bettvaen Mc o um an 1143M
thentbets:,ot'Local 74., ,,"'" '''' -le
'': Ho ': iwoors ,,, that ;141,4Collunt.';', '4.-1
. itanted :locals le '.contribUto .$5017,:, 0
each ,to rifund te birAi kille 4,
to ,intirclitr. Wilkins, -' whei ha Al
',. hate Jpyolyetin issaisits ow Gal4r.
vosten 'unien iffiiiiii:--t,-$
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'the coininittee- amfoidect:,,e,,et,ory,;
ipolitics and.- gun.totine by' .unieet
',officials !among 'the ';Bcdletittakert:
ie, tha 'east Texas litia4-,;',.;',--..-"i,!,4-40.,,
,,' ;,Thektmmittdol bmtightollt. that; ,
Aililkine had been tried,,lett.actiult4;,'
'Mid VOifttlfitititmot Altdofense,,,Itt,t
thet1955 union halt '-'-lifYing' tot', ,,,.44'.
'Jetties Btift,lbusints'itOnt otti.:r
locil.'--7 :.',--',',',7',.,::&.'.- ;''',.; --.7", :, r-4,:,, 4,
The '21imtmittee--;:was -;anforint41
that Wilkins-vas Charged Abe neXt', ,,'. v
'Year with' the barloontstabhing, .7
of.Jay,111Z1BillingSleY,', 'another ',U11,,,
,fittal,44hOLIcicall'.The AnveSttgao' 1
:tori lad '.,,'-Wilitint-4,' settled 4-Pet
' ": Flail .;Siici lie' rtiiieUined ther4
this violence Wei ,the'ressoe- mc..4,
(44'. ite.asist 'he, refuss&'te son,.,,s lit
trilinte450(1' front:1,his 460. to '41,,,1:
eti,:,sfhired ,tillioe'f,tfu,n4t.',:-.Z. !,-;,?.0 -4, v
commttteei,t acl:-;:o tehiecr -any '. in.,
formatiotebotkit es:,,,,teatteV' Ktnr,
nedy rephed-that, e,, mvestigitstw.
were linable to -ettbstantitite 014;
Charge, froni4ther 4atireet,',' 'p.m,. .,
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Pss' ageetr,whtreitenclilkfni keel. ?'
nig at which Jilt; tillitt '14til Idisitier
sed Were ,c19,irt ,I,VIPPItuln '4,..4r,, 44
Union affairs.1 ,:t 84' r''' 7E ';'''. '' 401140
. MCC011UM t (alight :man .iicat,'4 se,,.,
'big dark tiilisses,: was pr.omptlyt. ,
belled,-td e:, witness '-.eltair.."-,;lilit'' :',4'
quickly;,,conceed that, a fad of
$1,150 leas-'raised front locals 14 ''
Houston, ;,,Ft. Worth, Tulsa, ,and :,
New prleans.' ,,- '-- ';',!, ''
,''', But Jte. said the purpeie was not
te-rhire :,, I, killer,but to employ ei
spec al prosecutor' to press' the
stabbing ;charge against ..;;WilkinS" -i;
who, hif said; "murdered 'tine bus.
iiiess agent: end' cut another tvid,e
open.", ,, ',' ' - ..,
.2He' laid union President William 'i
A.' Cahrin vetoed the 'idea of a sp.-
cial prosecutor:after $290 'of .tell et
fund had been spent: .. '
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HELMSTEDT!, Germany, May 1 4, fl
(LW American civilian pilot
Emory A: Vaughan- was released
from Communist East German
captivity at this border checkpoint
The 32-year-okt civilian U.S.' Ai.
my employe came ten:05'111e East 410
West Gamin border et.12!53,1)-ma
The East German Red, Cross
handed him 'ever in the American
ReC-Crosn, director of-operations
in ,,Eizropk: Robert S, ,,', at
Matlenbirn, East' Gerniatty;. short I
- VaiNghtn crossed lifer rdee in I
his- civilian light, piane'on: March 41 ?
27,, when be apparently lost-et,
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be auctioned May 18 to pay,deb4
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John XXIII will receive 'world-would make it posPibIe to keep suggested by the court.Cellings court.Cellingsworth,
worth, court.Cellingsworth, .who quit school before the y WEEKEND 75G: 1 0 D A r.: 40c' t
monumental best seller! LEGAL LOOTJolmDalton of Chevy Chase, Md., won the touring President Sukarno of In- the villa, built on: a hill in the seventh grade, cannot read or Di
Sandhill all--gauge.championship, the high over-all title, and dohesia ift an audience on May northwes, of Rothe. It now housei
, a half dozen other crowns in the Sandhill Skeet Champion.; 14, it wa's announced, today, a restaurant. . .' Tallah'assee .Municipal Judge A RELEASEt. .'
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strike yesterday against six New Pic,kets scuffled with police at .;::.,:,: ,-;4j4; ..,,,'::,":':;.:,:::.:::::4;.,,:,1 1.::,..,,,,,:-:,e ,,T,;:,:;. ,',.,,,!,i"':'":,:.;:.',..,',:.,,,,,..,,, v",,' s
f ty ,four youths admitted assaulting
't I York hospitals in defiance of a Beth Israel on Manhattan's Lower :,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,":4:r: 2 :.,-,0",,...;,'"7, ,',,,:.;.'",:',,,:,,,,,,.:-..:,,,,,,5,,,, 4:::: :::;,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,:k,,, ... ,
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- ''''i COLOR by oe Luxe to call strikes at nine other hos- were taken to a police staion ,,,v.e.?, sk g '.
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workers were employed. derly condect. ''''''''' ''''''''''"' ''''''' ": ''' k on the floor of the back seat of : 11
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.'.:,e 2,500 patients. The Greater N e W said that 80: to 85 per ceot were :.x.,,,,,,,:';.. :i:'!;: .-..,,,,,,,,,4',f :::::4.,:,:i.,,:,::::4,
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was presiding over a night,long The hospitalshave refused t ::- V although attorneys may ask that
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, z.i'' mediation session at City Hall. recognize the union as bargaining -TURKISH DELIGHT-Turkey's Elels' PresleY b '27eyear-old ".
:' '''' The meeting broke up at 8 cm. agent. Employes of th, city-sup- Zeki Muren, who's enchanting an admirer over the phone in the youths be tried separately. 1
,. One court appointed attorney siNOTtti,;i' Allsiadies ittendina II'
.' this -' presentation will bel
,, bjected t the May 27 trial date PRICES: 0.75 0.40L1 1.,r1,.ft, a little bottle-of the' 4',0
rted voluntary hosnitals are his plush Istanbul bedroom Zeki sh
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r: ; it IliMilit ill 119 of the Retail Drug Employes on grounds he needed more mine .' delicate! ptriume "SORT) ':
not covered by federal or cate 1 tainment world. by; wearing .gaudy costumes and dancing on J-,: to prepare a defense, NA walker .' ,' -.' ... ,' ', ''"',:'" ' ,', :', LEGE,":'nf IA. Grtlinit '''''
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