The Panama American

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
Rights Management:
This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:02912

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person was also injured.
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lr -possible internal injuries.
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r.ident,,,, No 'charges have oeen
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WASHINGTON, May II WI)
-Unemployment fell by 31,100
1 'April -to 3,627,000 The low
st level since' December, 1117
governmont roported
ay.-- The number of poop!'
erkirso climbed to mord
prir- high of 65,012,000.
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rscl monufecturing and a no no-
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the,,, April ompleymerit
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Irina who like:: the .place.
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Urged BY 6overnor

Residents 'of "the Clod Zone
have been urged by ,,Govt W.- IC.1
Potter to give their support to
the Buddy Poppy Days which
will be observed in the Canal
Zone from May 15 to June 2.
- In an information bulletin is,d
sued at BalboaHeights, Totter
announced That this year. 4ts in
the past, the Veterans of Foreign
Wars of the United Stqtes would
sell Buddy Poppies tn
nor their 'many worthwhile ilea ileavides.
vides. ileavides. "The major portion' of funds to
raised." the gnvernor -continued.
"are used in 'the local communi communitYl
tYl communitYl the remainder are used to
help maintain the Veterans of
roreign Wars National Home at
Faton Rtnids. Mich., for, the, on,
ottans WiflOWS of. Veterttle
and tti insure the confirmed func function
tion function of the oatriette organiza organizations
tions organizations national-rehabilitation and
welfare serivice,
Britiging aid to those who
have suffered 'from war, that this
nItion might live lit most no noble
ble noble cause and worthy tof the sup supvort
vort supvort of AU our' citizens.",
"In recognition 'of this :lofty'
dea, I urge social, civic and tell.
iious organizations, as as
Individuals,Hto give 4heir supPort
to Buddy Poppy Days in ,the Ca
nal Zone; May 15 to Jrme 2.'

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police recorda ' A
That's where he was Vstio''months
ago '1' when, Police -Chief Henry
Wleklinski Was indicted on chart,
es.; of malfeasance,,In office. LW
kiewict was ordered tO fill itt,
Two days ago, however, twits.'
dictments against Wleklinsid were
quashed r, by a Criminal : Court
judge who t held tbe ", charges
against Wleklinski were "too
vague," Wleklinald'dow is dile to
return tti the force on Saturday,
when the new' ,payroll period be.
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Vessed rtningroves with-, heavy
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litirinii,Graham Talk

"S'YDMBY Australia (UPI)
man Aistentng to ',evangelist 'Billy
Graham' preach sermon, on love
of God ;titan, went iberserkt
last night,,tr "'stabbed a WOM
to ,death, end critically ,wounded
, two -othersi?
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, Graham ,Ctvas 4 unaware of- -thii
,tiagedr being 'enacted a8 he spoke'
before'i the largest, erowd he hat
ever). addresoe4.4',, :
kei 4 ;, ri'
More tha. 150-,uvu persons ha,:
jammed 3Into Sydney's two biggest
arenas to hear, the windup sermon
of bis Sydney ',Crusade.
-The Mirth tarolina Baptist min,.
ister's serMott,wasctiried by ra,
sho to churclr'ballo,tin dozens of
country,:' towns., The ',stabbing took
Wage at 'trchurch hall In Katoorn
ba,' 60 'Millen' west of Sydrierilwhile
Grabbist speke.,..,
tcbfficials 'hid left
the twilit, :church and went
int a :roont,-adJoining ',to find her
wither's; body lying- in a pool, of
blood.4,4
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Did tne.,,preigit had. been', aware
until Ow ,thist 'lit 'Graham's
listeners ihach,"gpne a. 'bloody
rampa,gel
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The deadt,,Woniatt had been
stabbed in, the
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, Two 'otner,Worneir svere stabbek
several !Imes, by the man,, Awhose 1
identity wiles notdisclosed'
diately. Doctors',4,, performed in
emergency ,;operation,, One of
the worneni
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'' Graham conipleted the services
in Sydney 'w,ithout knowing of th,.
grisly little ;' tragedy that struck
the faithful' In.'tiny, Katoombi.

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'just 'one week:1'; ',,Linkiewies, I
colletted 0;5,000 in overdue liquor
license feel. 4 Calumet,C City, An
herder -town of
22,000 and mine mare Mlles. hie
51 taverns featuring ("live enter.
tahnnent" Sidle others. Togeth Together,
er, Together, therre 'supposed to pay $120,t I
000 itn lead)? fees. .; I
Linkiewiet doeatet expect 1
easy, Ilme. Already, he's been Ilmt I
bushed twice i

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first Limo," be isid. 01 bad just
throws then' out of one of the

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amonloomS, how! 011,041...g6kombliMMIIINPOeci,Cita ,f,4t
PENING'SPBAICBR'illierto Bsyd; O(t ,Trade;', ,Inicrophne' iti
tha maboiarty-pannallad:,,hanaber Of tht Legia lative Valact,-Bealde tiro tivt speaker's stand".
are, Afrom left tOril(ht)tDr. Raul Prebisch,prinel direetut..of Cepalv Dr. Philipps de Seynes;
UN 'under.seeratarr,tor:. Edononlic and Social ',Affairs t and Dr, Es4balz ,iseeretary-gen?
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AbrOititt ;Ptcpin

Some sort of precedent may have
Veen set today in in Balbok Magis Magistrate's
trate's Magistrate's Court when three Panama
Man fishing boat captains were
charged with Shrimp- poaching in
danal Zone waters.
In addition the trio was charged
with, and pleaded guilty to operat operating
ing operating their respective 50-foot shrimp
boats unlawfully in the Canal Zone
waters.
,
, Tho throo captains Leonardo
' Canizalos, 41,- of tgO Victoria,
Carlos Albarto Horrara, 22, of tho
Santa Maria and Salomon Mulios,
, 34, of tho Unite woruispottod by
tho Harbor Patrol yesterday as
they wore netting tor shrimp in
; shallow watore,bohvoon tho Ft.
Amador Causeway ind tho Tres
, Hormones rocks nearby.,
After bemg boarded by the pa- ;
'41.01 the' three captains agreed to
return to Panamanian waters and
to appear in court today to answer
charges. ,
There was no indication Of' how
u b stantial yesterday's shrimp
catch might have been.
On tho chow of, Uporating
thoir craft without !icons or au au;
; au; thority Judo John El Doming
assassod POO fin against each
captain, but stispondod tho ponal ponalh
h ponalh in favor of ono year's probe-.
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places. walked .out ,and :they
told me to get An their 'car or
hey'd kill me on the spot-Instead
I backed off and 'reached for my
jun. I shot one. He lived."...
."'We'll get the, strip cleaned up,
Smehow," Linkiewics said.
- But behind lbw. strip Alt the lush
syndiCste, be mimed.
"They won't give 'up without a
fight, but they'lLt7 the courts'
first," Linkiewics aitt. "They've'
hid a lot ,of years itere and it's
been time to get laws on their
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'",'What we've got to do is tofind
some other town to tilts this scum
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, 'A' United Nations ciinference to discuss Latin American trade problems and, the ''
organization sOf a common market for the area opened in an atmosphere of orderly ',,,
'conflision at lanaimi's Legislative Palace today.

The conference, which is the largest Panamii has seen since the I9S,Meeting ef
'Latin Atnerican heads of state, attended by President Eisenhower, has comPletelicoat comPletelicoat:mandeered;the
:mandeered;the comPletelicoat:mandeered;the Legislative. building and hotel accommodation in town ii beconting
Scarce; ' ,
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',4-',:The:,,fulLiatiference of the 1.1t4liatictiniCammission for Latin Atierica (Cegiall,
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SOVIET OBSERVERS 'to the Cepal conference pay close at attention
tention attention at today's opening session. On the left is Vladimar L
)3azikin Soviet arnOatsader in Mexico. Behind him is L. T. Mi Mikhailov
khailov Mikhailov second secretary of The Soviet Foreign Ministry.
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Thre' Pan' ma' Shrimp Boat Captams
Charged:With .Poachmg In CLWaters

serving notice on the three of prop-1
er rbles and authority under which
motor craft may be operated in
Canal Zone waters.
He added that in event of a sub subsequent
sequent subsequent offense, the penalty might
be a stiff 'one.
As for the' question of poach',
ing, this presented a knotty prob,
tem, and Deming continued the
itaso to 1110V the court time to
study appropriate inarine charts
and regulations.
Technicall the captains were
charged with netting shrtmp in
Canal Zone navigational Waters,
but Deming remarked that to the
best of his knowledge the poach poaching
ing poaching charge had never before been
brought ,in Magistrate's Court.

--, '''''-,,, AskecL, whether-the ,, lack of
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,,,',';'1 ,'' i, diplomatietrelationa between the
,,,,. ,,,,,.; Soviet Union and Many Latin
, 14.0,2 ;.;, j J.z, ,,, American countries, including
4' .,,,,.4 r -,,, '''7.1k, ,, ;;''',,,t ,,, Panama, was a bar to trade. I
4,..lx,,,,t,,,,,,,,. .,,,,,, ,,, ,,,, Basildn said that Russia's diplo- t
. made relations with Argentina, c
pal conference pay close at- Mexico arid Uruguay had help- t
n. On the left is Illadimar I. ed tremendously an Interchange c
Icieo. Behind him is L. T. Mi- of commerce. -. ,, c
. , , vc II no dts e ra :rneolitnahnt el or n
ioviet Foreign Ministry. He indicated that' the So- c
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tawutilidn7AwmPeaelineralcicnimanae 1,
nanations in order to boost 1
mp Boat Captains
-.- trade.
f He addedi,,,"The
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img In, (Mater
2 sia hive Teat I,ri dune f
en &I or
DeoPle of Rus- I
,,,, ''. vv, - the people of Latin'"America."
The floor of National Msem Msembout
bout Msembout 40 minutes behind sched schedIn
In schedIn effect, said Deming, he Was hill chamber was crowded as
prying notice on the three of prop-t4 session got under way R Rule
ule Rule this morning. No mere than
r rides and authority under which
public gallery. ,'
lotor craft may be operated in
!anal Zone waters. a handful of people were in the
Alberto A. Bdyd,..Fanama's
He added that in event of a sub subequent
equent subequent offense, the penalty might
and Industry gave the inaugu inaugue
e inaugue a stiff 'one. Minister of Agriculture. Trade
ral address.
As for the question of poach',
ing, this presented a knotty peels,
tem, and Deming continued the He predicted that the acti acti"singularly
"singularly acti"singularly fruittur and
eau to allow the ceurt time to vities of the conference would wouldstudy
study wouldstudy appropriate Marine charts be
wards securing a better way
and nagoiations. Would be a decisive' step to toof
of toof life for all the peoples of
Technicall thil! captains were
Latin America.
barged with netting shrtmp in
!anal Zone navigational Waters,
lid Deming remarked that to the
resents the cuntination of e
He said that this session rep repeat
eat repeat of his knowledge the poach poachperiod
period poachperiod of intensive preparatory
rig charge had never before been
rought ,in Magistrate's Court. work prior to the implementa implementation
tion implementation in the immediate future
1;' of ,inter connected programs
Fisher To!,,6e1 which would "radically trans transform
form transform the living cOnditions ol
' 1, .1;'' . our peoples."
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Dliorte'tiatrv He said the Trade Committee
, I has set up in 1055 to study ways
r and means of expanding Lade
LIZ TOMOrr011 American trade and freeing it
from all the impediments M MIAS
IAS MIAS VEGAS, Nev., May 21 herent in the practices of each
1JPI) -,-,- Eddie Fisher will di- country to protect their econ econrorce
rorce econrorce Debbie, Reynolds tomorrow omies against external trends.
did, immediately marry Elizaueth He said they did not yet hav
raylor. 1 , all the means to establish the
The 10-year, old singer's' s'a hew trade relationship in Latir
weeks' residential requirement America, grid called attention te
mils today; but his attorney; Da the difficulties w h i e h haw
vid Goldwater, said the rlivoree characterized similar efforts l'-
teflon wouldn't be filed until to- Europe for the past ten years
morrew.,' ,,, These efforts have so Air man manFisber,,and
Fisber,,and manFisber,,and bliss Taylov will be aged to bring together only sly
sied, in a private ceremony at Western European countries
ler rented 0500-weekly ranch on into I common market.
leolitskirts of the gambling v.. An acute comment on the
iort and 0 Will leave immediately masses of wordage which were
tort' Eurbpean 'honeymoon. pouring from the microphones
It will 'be 'Abe ,second ,, marriage and, Over the aimultaneous tran tranrot.'
rot.' tranrot.' Fishier and the fourth fqr slating systems tame from the
Kiss Taylor.. Her previous aut, principal delegate or Argentina
bands 'were botel beir Nicky Hol Dr. Arnaldo TOMaa Musich.
ton, ,Englitih'' actorl Michael Wild- He said very often Latin A AMg
Mg AMg and tbe late Mike Todd who merican countries were accused
was killed inr March last year, ii, of rhetorical explanations and
a, Wane 'mei. lacking a positive view.
Mimi ,Reynolds 'holds an inter- "1 want to draw attention
incutory divorce decree recivd to people that these accuse-
in Los Angelee last February. Un- tions are wrongly levelled at
det California law ,' the divorce us in the New World, because
does not become Anal until next the Old Werld bag very often
Nihau", i had to moot to world yawl
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'1,AS VEGAS, Nev., May 21
(DPI) .- Eddie Fisher will di divorce
vorce divorce Debbie, Reynolds tomorrow
and, immediately marry Elizaueth
Taylor, .,.
The '30-year old singer's s'ot
weeks' residential requirement
ends today; but his attorney', Da David
vid David Goldwater, said the ilivoree
acfion wouldn't be filed until to tomorrow..'
morrow..' tomorrow..'
Fisher,,, and bliss Taylov will be
wed, in a private ceremony at
her rented $500-weekly ranch on
themitskirts of the gambling ro,
sort and ,will letve,, immediately
for 'ilf Eurbpean 'honeymoon.
It will be 1the oecond l marriage
for' Fisher and the lourth fqr
Miss Taylor.. Her previous hus husbands
bands husbands 'were hotel beir Nicky Rol.
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'ton, -English'. actorl Michael Wild Wildg
g Wildg and the late Mike Todd who
was killed in March last year, 1,1,
a, Wants 'crash.
Mimi ,Reynolds bolds an inter interlecutory
lecutory interlecutory divorce decree recivd
in Los Angelea last February. Un Undert
dert Undert California law : the divorce

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,Delegates,pnd observers from thet30 nations which are scheduled to participate:
,in the, hvo-week conference are still arriving. Officials said today over ';50, woad be
here by ,Thursday when UN secretary-general Dag Hammarskjold willIresidirover
the full conference.

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The Legislative Palace positively humniiii ..1,49ith, activr activrity
ity activrity before the first session this morning as maky perspir-
ing delegates and staff forsook the oniOrnall.i,trowdeci 'ele 'elevator
vator 'elevator and pounded up and 'down the Istato. ,,
i Many wero,Ourclened with giant ihel&si orthe 4nIttal:
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thretivtOns 'of, printed ''mattOr which ve. 'been' flown' in '.
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' prOduces m' achinery and equipment:which. an 1 usid)ii
;LOin 'America fOr.' the- deyelopment 'of industr'and agri ,,,
culture., We sincerely hope we can sell our goods hero ancf:,
also buy what Latin America produces."
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to prove to MI people the
tufty of eo-operation, hp
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Most of today's business. apart
from the initial addresses vat
the election of officrs. the
chairman is .loe Garrido tovo.,
res of Brazil. The first
chairman is Juan Pardo Ifeeren',,,'
of Peru and 'the second vice vicechairman.
chairman. vicechairman. Dr. Pedro ChantOrrto
of Paraguay.

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MOSCOW (UPI) 1959
sus shows that the Soviet Union
has a population of nearly 209
million, an increase of la Millioa.
since 1939, the official SoVie t,
news agency Tess reported at the
weekend.
The population of the United
States is estimated et around 175
million.
The Test dispatch reported!
There are 11 'women for 'every
nine men.
Moscow has a population --et
more than 5 million.
The biggest increase during the
last 20 years-70 percentwas-hi
the Soviet Far East.
There are nearly 40 million
more city dwellers in the Soviet
un,ir than in 1939.
Tass said the census taken 011,
Jan. 15 showed a total population
the Soviet union's 15 repubbct
of 208, 826,000.
The census showed the natural
pilation growthbirths outnutio
bering deaths was more than
3,500,000 a year.
Leningrad is the second biggest
city in the Soviet Union, with )1
population of 3,300,009) Ten!

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'When Jose L. Perez, In-years:0,
old Nina Mattill1), drove 'his
off the La Boca Perry yester,daY
after docking aV,' Balboa Ili, ',,fc
could not have, known that,' L.,'
police officer was' waiting. 1..tel
trail him: ,' "!,'
Before,. crossing-on- tho terrn
Peres had been reported 'ldriet',,'
ing in an extremely erratic con.
dition. He repeated this, per'
formance along La Boca -Road,
the jounley "iending at,' :
the Balboa Pollee Btatkm,.where r
he turned-in of his own accord
and' was briskly booked on a.,
charge of drunkim' driving.
In' Magistrate's : Court toda
Perez -- pleaded, ,guilty. to the
charge. He was fined $1,00 and,
his Canal tone license euePolll.
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I. MO'EHER'S DAY POEM
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V41.,Since I have been asked by Many friends to have this poeM
published, I wonder if you would be kind enough to do so for me.
a I wrote it in honor of my mother, who lives in Victorp, Brit,,,
P COlumbia, Ca'nada, t, e
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Who manages to stay that way "'
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She lives alone now, by the sea
' -- But seldom does she visit me ---
,.,,,, Although she's travelled for endWkle.. .. .. .., ..
And even through the Great Divide.
She's getting older now, and grey,
But does not look ber age today.-, -,, ',.
And fortunately, now and then,.
I go to see her once again,
And see the friends I used to know
And went to echool with long ago.
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But I must wait awhile befort------- -- - ---'
. Vacation tizne comes itTOUrld--011011-MOre---- .,
When Victoria's climate is a treat
Just for awhile from tmpic beat.- -
. And,Ill thank God. once mre141 see ,,,
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, A- little house down by the 'sea ,..11. ..-1:-;:,,,.,
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,'. White Mother stands inside,t1W oor4,,,:$114
1 ToVeet me as she's done 1W-004 ,4t.' '
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PANAMA'S PROGRESS
Sir:
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4 "Herrerano Not il Don" (Mail Box, May ,4) has taken to him himself
self himself supernatural poWers which change my,;nationality to Bar Barbadian.
badian. Barbadian. As it happens l'am a mixture Of fivt or more races and
Vas born, raised and educated right here in PlinaMit. My educa education
tion education was under US, English And Panamanian system. I have
Stever beet,employed' in the Canal Zoneand' fortunately have
no childre as yet to-raise in this forsaken country.
Some Mlle point; '"Herrerano 'Not a Don" makes are valitL
Mnong them are his, references to In and INT11 activities, free
elementary and trade schools, free boxpitals and clinics, the
drat ge systegereet improvements, bger ostnitation and the
4bris 'tetion o Itter-American High Y. Ildhleicartairs Ildhleicartairsth
th Ildhleicartairsth lir, w g to sou line has made no adv nee el firt
ile years of independence.
However, I rennot to along with some of "Herrerano Not R
Don's" figures. He exaggerates the number of schools Panamil
has built in 'the Past five Years. Panama foots only R minor Part,
Of the Inter-American Highway constenction bill. The hosnitals
and clinics he refere to may be free, but arethev efficient? There
bave been untilessent retorts of careless handling-, of Patients.
41 "Herrerane -Allot a Don:1 has topstrrptirallowed that ma malorkeY
lorkeY malorkeY whieh sinins.',out in the newspaelft Ultrilheistfe claim',
that food tricee in Parttime; hRve rematifsd Moretbe past 10
ears. Thousands of housewives can tell him, and the govern.
ment stetisticiano. different.
As for improved sanitetion, I'll concede that the Quantity of
cockroaches and' other wild life to be found in the "competitive"
food Products marketed by his emintrymen is such that these
germ-corryinst creatures may well become extinct in st short time.
"Herrerano Not a Don" refers to housine conditions. Haw he
taken a census ,of the number of lame Wale, tly,int ini to-bY.,
Tour one-room shacks in the heart of the caolth' citlY'r I
! I do not atree with him that the direct end indirectqaxes
paid in by 90,000 taxpayers amount. to chickenfeed.
. And his statement that "there are alweys jobs (in Panama)
for those who are willing to give an honest day's work for their
pay" should be directed to Panamit's 10,000 or more unemploYed,
not to me. By "pay" does he mean the ten cents hourly that some
Pens pay their peons? ,,,
,I; I do not intend to compare PatilltieriCe8 toCZ commissary
prices. The Zone is a military establishment Panama. is not. But
I do compare Panamit'S prices of food, in particular With
Panami's wages.
" "Herrerano Not a Don" refers disparagingly to "West In Inthan"
than" Inthan" Local Raters aspiring to a living standard on a par with
the US Raters. For a start, the Zone's local-rate rolls include
West Indians, East Indians, Chinese, Sponish-despended PallaMa PallaMaplans
plans PallaMaplans and' many other races and natioritlitietr In :the' second
place, what's wrong with aspiring to Weller- liting,etandlOs?
i, In accordance with his suggestion, I have aitended'some Na National
tional National Aosembly session. Never in the history!of .01110eritY have
sio many done so little for so much (per month) as our Assem Assemblymen.
blymen. Assemblymen. Concerning "Herrerano Not a Don's" declaration that "not a
single case of graft or misappropriation Of-publle !Undo on
Inhor scale has been proved" during the 'present! administration,
I would ask who can expose graft in government without risking
having his breins scrambled? We remember the recent attack'
On a radio announcer, and the upshot ot this attack. 1
I point to the vast ,amount of land lying unused :in this
fertile country as evidende that the government is inadequate.
Itere I would say to "Appreciative, Panamanian" (Mail Box, MaY,
1) that government employes such as clerks and secretaries and
to forth eannot be said to run the government, so his statement
that we have a government comprised of tnembers from all classes'
Is virtually meaninglese. I know who are the'Dons who have long.
?node the government decisions in Panama; and -eo does "Ap.1
preciative Panamanian." I
7i When a substantial section of the people of sueb a fertile
land a MIMI remains undernourished, poorly-housed and un.1
derpaid through administration after administration, true sociaY
democracy doe not exist.
4,i I have no way of knowing whether "Appreciative Panama.
dian" is a Don or a peon, but the speed 'with which he smear
Ole as a Communist suggests he is a member of. Smathers' elan.
I am more inclined to believe, though, that he is one of the
philosophers who swallow the politicians' beer at campaign time
and shout: "Eres buen Panameflo porQue me has --dodo cervezal"
!,, If all the opportunities "Appreciative PanamaniRn" sneaks
Of do indeed exist in Panama, I can only conclude that the 10,0K
Onemployed have been seeking them in the wrong direction or.
is "Appreciative Panamanian" asserts, "waiting for the govern.
Ment to hand everything to them." The government, in turn,
It waiting for the US to hand it everything.
', If Panama is such a paradise for rich- end poor as they seem,
to believe, how do "Herrerano Not a Don" and "Appreciative Pan.'
Suntnian" account for:
1. The high vete of emigration in the past ei ht y
Panamanians' both of Negro and of SPonish origin. II ears c't
,i 2. The TiSint late if robberies and suicides;
1 ,,, S. The number of once-decent girls who have bee e vir virtually
tually virtually prostitutes Li their efforts, to latch on to foreign Ilinsbands
trtid thug get to leave this paradise;
) 'A. The neutrality of 45 percent of the populice when their
otherland was reeently invaded?
1 Reconsideration-.

ead, Our
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Labor News
And
1 Commentsr

By VICTOR MEHL
It's beginning to filter through
to all Mine House aides, experts,'
cabinet members and speciai au auvisers
visers auvisers that they now have a Pre President
sident President who thinks for himself. I
Ever since Sherman Adamm s'
brief memos went up in the
smoke of acrid history, President
Eisenhower has been maidng de-
cisions in public which come as
much of a sums. to his advisers I
as to the newsmen who cover
him..
That's the behind-the -scenes
story of the President's strategy.
in the current steel wage crisis
which could balance the country's
national and international polic policies.
ies. policies. It is "Ike's" personal tactics
not to permit the big steel ne negotiations
gotiations negotiations in New York's Hotil
Roosevelt to go subliminal. He
plans to keep the spotlight on
them until new contractors are
sgined for all 1,200,000 Steel
Workers. Furthermore, he has
privately --dispatched word that he
wants a peaceful settlement. No
strike. No price increase. And a
"reasonable' wage hike.
Thom are croditable Inside"
reports that the President fools
so strongly about the thinning
dollar that he will keep need needling
ling needling both Big Steel and the
sprawling Steel tiniest each
chance he gots. He will toll
tbe people that thei groceries,
their homes, their clothes, their
mode of living are on the long
bargaining tables in the Hetet
Roosevelt catacombs.
The President will keep the ne negotiatinns
gotiatinns negotiatinns under glass.
That's why he told his Tuesday
morning press conference that
the steel bargaining, beginning
that very hour, was a "basie
matter affecting 175,000,000., AM AMericans.1
ericans.1 AMericans.1 When he said that-tbol',, mted
States would have 'to do some something
thing something shout the steel crisis if it
raised prices and. wages so that
the cost of living moved towaras
mita space, the President took
his cabinet and his staff unawares.
Those with him heard him threat
of intervention log the
Cabinet members and-other riffle),
ials learned of it by telephone
&roll newsmen or read the item
off their Washington intercity
news tickers.
They were surPrised. The Pre President
sident President has been saying since his
days at SHAPE Paris that the
U.S., government4mIst,ratweygAd:
neutral in labos disputes --'
Shortly atter Gen. Eisenhower
returned to. the U.S. to campaign
for the presidency, I talked to
him at New York's Hotel Com,
modore. It was not too long after
President Truman had seized the
steel mills. Mr. Truman had used
the extraordinary. powers of ins I
officemade more-4 extraordinary i
by the fact that we were at
in Korea. The military had been 1
pressuring Mr. Truman, warning
him that the Chinese and Russians
might make it a world war and a
strike was intolerable. Mr. Tru
man moved.
, Dwight Eisenhower told
;Small group 'Ofi,uej,t4f4. batring
the most nativists' Wee' ¬ion ¬ioncy
cy ¬ioncy he would always insist .that
beth sides work this crisis out
for themselves. Per ever, six
years that has boson his 'sliest.
What made him change his
mind. Ho may not ham
He may -not bring the govern government
ment government in af,411, nos, are
to fight inflection publie Evet
since the departure northSrd 'of
Sherman Adams, the President
ha intrigued his visitors from
Congress svith hio increasing
knowledge of the intricacies of the
economy, labor reletions and even
the Taft-Hartley- law.-At eession
rafter sessionwitis 'Republican .1-
gislative leaders, be ,bas',- brought
up the subject of hammering
prices down and keeping wages on
a level.
In the steel crisis, the President
eventually will go to the country
over radio and television to pre prevent
vent prevent a strike. If this tactical pro propaganda
paganda propaganda bombing fails, he'll then
agree to name a prestige fact factfinding
finding factfinding board If this isn't accent accentable
able accentable to both aides, he'll use the
Taft-Hartley law to nostpone a
strike until late falltakint it past
the Berlin crisis and the recession.
At least om this front. it Is a 9.ew
General Eisenhower. He's think thinkef
ef thinkef it all out for, Winn!' Instead
lettims news of the domestic
front be filtred through to him. re re,Isrdiess
,Isrdiess re,Isrdiess of the filming in edme, of
his WWII headquarters.
, name licorice is derived
front theGreek word
shin, moaning "sweet mot"
Oct licorica Want, a small basis
twitir light sun So Saga and
small Sowers which, Ire
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ally pale 'violet in color, beg
:Ionia to the aims family- as
the pea and beam It is native
to southent Surcisi and Walt"
am Asia and cuMvated in
Italy, Spain, ,tha VASIL and
, to some extent in Louisiana
and California.
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, r' -'-," .,1,,,:-. -; ,! t. 4 1,,,: 8 lex end clerks end-up, each payday !It was the. meanest pght sinee ,'
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'' ,,,,,:r. '',,,,, ,, ,"":4..!!".-7,,,;:;,, !s, -'. '0,,As!:Pmr, I, I College in rtockHill, S. C. ,.. already Speaker Rayburn and Sen., ,,
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NtA Sectiot. ler- ,- the ablest chatimen4of the Senate
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. laudable desire to get fewer poll poll,
, poll,
- - ttelans appointed as ambasoadors, EXCHANGE OF MOTHERS
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more' career diplomats,
; -- ,.. au ,LieniUses , Meeting. Israeli Ambassador On the eve of the Norton war,
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I always knew that dr. ,Ifernie ntan's brain over that of animals.
Baruch and I, had something 'in L.wish' here to insert persohal
common besides our 'mutual love messages to Mr. Baruch, !inane !inanefor
for !inanefor his quail, in South XarOlina. ler, to Mr. Frank Conniff, news newsNow
Now newsNow it Cornett) paperman; to Mr. Williani Holden
Genius., apperas, often comes, Wort ?and Mr. Ray, Ryan, oilman
from gout, an ailment which gen- and real estate .operator.
trally afflicts the great toe in an Mr. Baruch has proven himseg a
excruciating- fashion. It took 'Mr, genius, but Mr,. Coratiff was gross grossBernie
Bernie grossBernie more than 60 years and ly insulted by his superiors ,,one
that many, millions of dollars Ito time when he repor.ed -gout and
achieve gout I hid it st the age of as toldz,.."Sop,'on your doiigh
3a on practically no dough 'tali. You' 'ain't got,- gout. y911 just.got
I still got the gout, on no cloughat, 1301 4, VII.
- ";', -Age;;;,' Holden'
Some' is'Av studies reporilhat )1 be pleaded .to learn that when-vo
chemical circulated in the blood all three were' struck' dpwn by this
of us in,ellectual giants as a re- anobbisE', ailment some months
suit of gout not only is indigenous back, in Africarthat k was ,gout
.0 our talent, but when the horf is and not the' itart "that 'accounted
really hurtint from an excess or for Mr. Holden's formidable suc sucuric
uric sucuric acid we ore stimulated An cess as 'the 4highest'paid actor in
Sven higher ,and higher inteleg- the world,,candkMr.
alal acluevesilents.,),. tie' forme, as ;lett .operstor,iti
More than a quarter of con; ny industrieaii .-
tury agct. Dr. Havelock Ellis sug- Me, I just had, a sore toe, but I
gested that a ,testy, inquisitive am sure it wai, gout that caused
brain was very often accompan- Mr: ilolded and Mr. Ryan to bity
ied by a shrieking pain in the foot. my, favorite hotel,' the Mewing, in
Dr. Ellis, who was the world au- Nanyuki, after, a long, intellec intellecthori'y
thori'y intellecthori'y on sex and psychology at tual session with' me and Mr.
' the time, was heavily iMpressed Ricardo Sicrikof Madrid, over tea
with the number,' 0.t, geniuses It apand,,pruropeta4 stA chilly Afric ati
file ed with this 4' hereditary- Alit, 'night:, Uyiemand 'Iree Anse 'Tooth
ease. Nt sex. Gout. for Ricardo, -and me, 'cot- 'the
It 6.91111 that this uric acid en. grounds that it was on Alcardele
ly occurs in the human race, safari that I 'had the gout which
and dem net stem from eases,- made Bill and Ray buy the hn'eL
' sive drinking or super-rich Selah. ' ,,
kte, es is so eommonly thought. There Is another aspect of this
it acts as e mental stimulus, on esceotions; do 'suffer front
the order of caffelm, and has cherish, ite Jong Ala tho'codeintg
certainly stimulated me Into holds eut,. end that is the fact!
some of the fanklest profanity that women, with very rare
ever hewn by the hand of exception, do not suffer.' from fromThe
The fromThe correlation -,between uric enough Uri( to beast of eau,
acid and intelligence has recently Bunions they have and' strange
been proven by a series of testa ,celleuseit "from these picktood
run off on the blood of 81.7 'Army Italian ghost, but gout Meg de
volunteers at Fort Dix. The con- not have. :
test was checked against the Ar- When Yow-considerl that there
my Classification Batterywhich have Dot geto many lirst-clasa
tracks a man's intelligence and male painters, wri'ers. cooks,' lir lireventually
eventually lireventually hands you ,his IA. chitects -or ;fashron designers, I
seems that the higher 'the acid am heeinning to vionder about
quotient, the better the brain. the girls.
According to reports, it even Are they, as always suspected,
has been suggested OW the pre- closer to the animal kingsom than
sence of uric acid in human blood most soeople imagine? Are they
accoun's for the development of incapable of any talent bet one
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nien's brain over that of animals. 1
- wish' here to insert personal
messages to Mr. Baruch, financ financier',
ier', financier', to Mr. Frank Conniff, news newspaperman;
paperman; newspaperman; to Mr. Williant Holden
actort ?and Mr. Ray, Ryan, oilmen
'and real estate .operator.
Mr:Baruch has proven himseg a I
genius. but Mr,. Coratiff wail gross grossinsulted
insulted grossinsulted by his superiors ,,one
time when he repor.ed -gout and
Was tolcii,-"Sop,'..on. your doiigh
YOU' 'ain't got- goOt. Itpu just..got
nitiOre 4 VII,
-Age;;;,' Holden' kaldr.
be pleaded 10' learn that when ,v0
all three were' struck' down bY this
anobbisE', ailment some months'
back, hi Afeice.rthat k was lout.
and not the' itare "that 'accounted
for Mr. Holden's forinidable suc success
cess success as the 4highest' paid actor in,
the, world,,oand k Mr.
tie' forme, is lin -operator tie tieny
ny tieny industrie44 ,,
Me, JUL bait 'sore toe,' but I
am Imre it 'wai, gout that caused
Mr: Holden and Mr. Ryan to bUy
my, favorite hotel,' the Mewing,
'Nanyuki, after, a long, intellec intellechtual
htual intellechtual session with' tie and Mt.
Ricardo Sicre,,of Madrid, over tea
, and, oruropetti set chilly Africtto
night:, I 411emand 'Iree house 'roote,
for Ricardo, -,,and 't me, 'ort 'ortgrounds
grounds 'ortgrounds that it was on Alcardol
safari that I 'had the gout which
made Bill and Ray buy the ho'eL
Selah. :
, There is another, aspect ef this
excections; de not Suffer trent,
cherish, ee lent ,as the cedeirwO
beide euf,,. end that is the fact
that women, with very rare
exceetiess. de net suffer' from fromenough
enough fromenough uric eihi te beast of eels,
Bunions they hovel anti strange
'censuses 'frets these eick-teed
Dania, sheet, but gout theY
net have. : 3
When Yew -Consider,ii that there
have Dot getn many rot-cles$
male painters, wri'ers. cooko,'
chite,cts -Or ;lashron designers, I
am beginning to Wonder about
the girls.
Are they, as always suspected,
cioser to the animal kingsom than
most 'people imagine? Are they
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my foot on hassock, reflecting
that it's wonderful to be a gen genDills,
Dills, genDills, even if It hurts like hell.
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'-' JOY FOR GRIEF
"The redeemed el the shall
come with lingine ante Zion;
,',andt everlasting ley shellbe up.
'en 'theta: bead: '1 they 'shin ebtall
gladness.and ley; and sorrow
and :mourning shall flee away."
The pursuit of happiness is sup supPosen
Posen supPosen to be UM right, but the
Linding of it is another matter.
Ana when it' is found,' what do we
leve?-The Worth of lappiness de depends
pends depends Ort"out"aetiortion or it. To
some it means only pleasure; to
some an impossible freedom trom
care. Dy the wise, it- means deep
and. worthwhile things.
,Our Lord has not promised us
happiness, but something grea.-
er; joys. AM the joy that Elves
cannot be.takett Away from us. It
abides,'beCause ft is not rooted in
this life but in the e'ernal one.
Yet in can be hullo this life.
As citizens of heaven we have
here a foretaste of the undimmed
joy that is to be ours. In fact, if
our life is dull and grim, we ought
to examine ourselves for spiritual
failure.' ,Tbe.: classic test of saint sainthood
hood sainthood is not a profundi'Y but holy
joy.. It Is ours to be had, and it
is a test of our loyalty to the
Xing.
PIK KILLS POUR
'11,1ANUA"(UP1): An 111-hotte
killed tour Filipinos And
left 600 families homeless in !lox !lox.
. !lox. City, 150 miles south of here,
it vas rePorted,,Thursday;
THEES OKAY. bOYS?--Br6
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ewer a tow quetitions at Low
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WASHINGTON diNoirit
some- Senators- are 4,pening then
linewig records- to.; public scruti scrutiny;
ny; scrutiny; this column tan report at least
one who has cut off- all outside in income
come income and-is livint. exclusively off
his Senate 'salarr. lie .1; the lone
wolf from 'South Carolina,. serious
Sem-, Strom Ihurtriond.
When elected to .the:,Senate to
1954. as -the-first:write-in, candid,
te b history, Titurmoutt:dissolved
his Aiken, S.C. law -.-pertnership
which had Iteetr hrtging
aiyear to .breerptirtnerv-' He
gave up a $1200-troonth Income.
from an, interest ittrheAiken, Fe Federal
deral Federal Saving 'Ind Loan ,ASSOCia ,ASSOCialion.
lion. ,ASSOCialion. He also 904 what-few stoTAI
he owned.

ThurshoLd still 'owns two homes,1,..-""c".,,i'w."?
both mortgaged. He. finds it, al. $ These advisers knew' that

otruggle to keep hit bank account
balanced from 4montit to month on,
a senator's. Warp But he tatioini
Jestingly:)le offered toide in incomes
comes incomes with any Inipleyit in his of-J
fice 'rho ,wtould assume tiv
gations. A'rough calculation' in-'
dicatea that Thurmond's secretar secretaries
ies secretaries end clerks end-up. each pay,
with-more netjnqnk thiA he.
Note-:-Thurmorld me fees'
forispeaking engagements, but en endorses
dorses endorses them over to. loan funtt to
heti) needy otudents 'at Winthrop'
College jr1 Rock,Hill. S. C. 1
AMBASSADOR TO ISRAEL -''
,
Sent William Fulbright, ens of
the ablest' chalimen4of the Beige
Foreign Relations Committee. 'in
years, has been explatang his
laudable desire to get fewer poli politicians
ticians politicians appointed as ambasaadors,
more' career diplomats,'
Meeting. Israeli Ambassador
Abba Eban the other day Ful Fulbright
bright Fulbright remarked thaethe n'ew
Ainbassador toAsrael,Odgen
Reid, former oub,isber Of the Nea
Yorl Herald Tribune, would be
confirmed depending upon his
"qualifications."
'It might interest you to know,",
observed Eban, "that the last 'two
ambassadors you sen4 ut were
career diplomats and ther could
not speak a word of- HebreW.:ltdr.
Reid, a political sappciin'ee,- is- how
learning Hebrew.'
1 WHITE HOUSE LOBBY
During the red hot battle to
override the President's veto of
the bill divorcing- ruraLelectrtfle,
lion frontjerkitatiN Pah lig
k in di y Congressman William
Brayo Indiana Republican, receiv received
ed received a delegation., from his :Jlintne
state. They were led by Wade
Duckworth of Mcgrgan County.,and,
they asked BraY to stick by his-I
guns, continue to vote against
Secretayy Benson.,,
, "pqn't AlftY4eAPaIv,t4.14111g0
them, "rill NI von,,,,ke Prove
it here' are lourlSeset td the' gal gallery
lery gallery today. I would like you fel fellows
lows fellows 'to sit up there as my guests
and watch me while we are voting
on this overrider bill."
The-Hoosierl dutifullv wvit ,o
the House gallnry, watchet their
friend from ,Indiana with On Onfidenee.
fidenee. Onfidenee. ItestiVrdAess, of ,,w4t,(bap ,,w4t,(bappened
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woman's handbao. 4 ,!!
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frantlet buttonholing .by White
House...spokesmen. ihey- were sure
their man lvould vote right, t
The roll was called. The name
of "Mr. :Bray, el, Indiana" rant b
out. -,,, -,
, 4Isfo," was 'lie "insWer. ;
.Brayr.had reversed tarttsell; vos
ted for, Eisenhower and Benson ht.
rontradiction to the' pledge
he-rave. thev-Intliant delegation.
- Reston': .The -greatest:, lobbying
battle In almost...six years .of Er.
senhower warstaged by ,the White
House.' Ike- new little' about it.
Those ,who said mire-pulling were
Fostmatter-General". Suminerfteld
SetreIarr" thc;,Interlor -, Fred
Seaton. and etCongressman Jack
Anderson' of 'California"' now 'ett
the .White, House staff. t

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These advisers knew' that if Ike ,1
,lost -on this vo4 hewould probe-
bly lose out on most others.
''The-Pemoerats also knew that, ,,
if they did ,not override Ikets veto
on this relatively simple REA
questian:lbey -Would have to trim
their-sans 'on the entire ,economie
program they proposed to the
untor la v. A.4,0..A.

illation passed at tbis session of
C on grail I. despite Democratic
pledges last October.
EXCHANGE OF MOTHER3
On the eve of the Korean war,
an exchange of mothers was pro-,
posed to promote better Under Understanding
standing Understanding between America and
Russia. Wish the outbreak of war,
however, the plan exploded. Now
Utah's alert young Congressmsn
David King is quietly tzying to
revive the idea.
He is preparing a resolution
which would invite Russia to,open
its homes to 100 American mo mothers
thers mothers and, in return, send 100 So-.
vie' mo'hers into American
hom es.
"Nearly everyone except the
mothers has had a try at Tinning
the peace," King exolsins pri privately.
vately. privately. "I think we should now
give the mothers chance."
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BOMBARD DALI
PARIS (IIPI) Artist Salvador
Da II showed -up at a smart Paris
chsiity ball before ndawn yester yesterday
day yesterday with a two-ton rhinoceros. I-Te
was booed and bombarded with
'olive pits for: hit trouble;:t,,,,,,-,
g lnot law Attfr,') mitt 1,04
Members; ,,k, of ),t the Athionable
ttrowd beOme Irritated, when ,tho
surrealist painter gave. a wordy
Irciore nbout the. merits of WO WOneeros
neeros WOneeros horn and Aeft the rhino
half-bidden hiside a circus wagon.
Dali's appearance with Joseph,
,the rhinoceros. ha d !been' billed as
the,i big,o,attitaction,at ,the annual
hospital, charity
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THIRTI4oult STUDENTS from- the Netional: War tollege, who
are 'spending several days 'on the Isthmus,' visited the Model Room
at Diablo heights and:Miraflores Locks, this week. Above, a group
of the students are seeti in the Model Room where,Aeting Gov. John

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EDITORS NOTE Fourteen' 1
years age Friday, feseph W.
Grigg, now UPI chief European
correspondent, 'covered Nazi Ger Germany's
many's Germany's capitulation In, Begin, end
has .rePerted en,most of the fruit fruitless
less fruitless East West 'conferences ep
any strice- lit' -the' following
disPetCh' be describes the histdric
scene of Nazi,( Germany's' total
surrender. end., reviews the new
explosive problems it treated.
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Ey,JOSEPH R. GRIGG
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toNDox (UPI) -- Fourteen
years ago Yesterday a -ramrod,
stiff Nazi 'German marshal screw
ed a monocle in his rlght
!lammed his, silver-tipped baton
on the table and, with a final ar arrogant
rogant arrogant flourish, scrawled the .sin .single
gle .single word "Keitel" On a document.
World War II in Europe was
over.
This corresfondent was -one ,of
two American newsmen who saw
Nazi Field Marshil Wilhelm Keit
el sign the unconditional surrender
of Hider's Third ',Reich at Red
Armyiheadquarters in war-shattered
Berlin. Keitel was to die on
the gallows later 'os a, war 'crini 'criniThe
The 'criniThe signing of --the capitulation
document by Keitel on May 8
1945, dnded the shooting in war
weary Europe. Fourteen s, years
have elapsed since but- Germany,
Europe and die' world, have found'
no true' peace yet.
DIVIDED GERMANY
Germany,- remainsAlivided, 4 h e
prize of the cold -,vnir that suc-,,
-,teeded,Ine sh6Otilif 'elt''1"I''14
It still is without a peace tfeaty
a nation of 70,000,000 in the
heart of Europe, -split beLween
East and 'West. with its former
capital of Berlin th9 ,', fuse thst
could touch off a nuclear world
war.'
This correspondent hat covered
the, ,14-ear story of East .WePt
failtires to sped 'oriAlfe-,,,futlirt
Germany, Nekt week, he will be i
Geneva when,4h64 foreign ntinisl,
ters of the SViet., Union,, the
United Stated,:Britain and Francd
sit -dewn again with better
hope Ahan, beforo of settling tho
samo'preblems.
But t the eAdeni.".''
headquarters N'lln E a t
that Msy I, 14 yeari Ago, was ond
or hone., There ,was no shadow' of
the Eat-yest rift that followed so
sWiftly':-k.,,
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St)R ENDER' SIGNED.
Jost 48 hours earlier; 'the first
capitulation ...had'-'been,
Gen., Dwight D.- 'Eisenhower's,
pretno headquarters
little reschOolhouse at Rheims;
Frantep
-Notv the final 'seal was.
sef An the Wehrmachrs
ditional surrender-, before 'Sovi
commander-in-chief Marshal Gri;
gori.Zhukoir in' the $15reserid'
Eisenhower's 'representatives Gen.
Carl' Spaatt ,of the 'United States,
Air Chief .1larshat Arthur Tedder
of Britain and Gen., -lean de Lat;
tre,tie, TessienI 'of France. I

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Zhafrer 108e in, the kleig
whitewashed hall of what had
been a Wehrmacht 'tedinica.1
school and read the eiipitulation
document in Russian. He ,hen
orclered the Germans brought in.
lteitel, a-field marshal uni uniform
form uniform heavy with gold braid, en entered
tered entered first, haughty and self-nossessed,
Behind him came Col.-

sessed, Behind ium came col.,,
Gen. Paul Sluing', commanderin-chief
of the remnants of the Two Men indulged
Luftwaffe, and Adm. Georg von 1 is ii
Friedeberg,' who committed sui- 1 ''' a,
n de Swapping
cide a, month Jater.,
n
I ,keitel -lOoli-,, a- seat,
01 straight ahead; Once or tw I
1icc)ke inhge 1 Divorce Judoe Told
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straight ahead; Once or twice he
fingered his- high collar and wet wethis
his wethis lips, but showed nco other
emotion.
Tedder rose and speaking in
English asked: 'llave you read
this document of unconditional
surrender? Art :you prepared! to,.
sign it7:,:l.r1
Keitel; lucked ,up the surrender
document from the table, looked
a. it, and rasped back in Garton:
"Ja, ich bin bereft" '0(es, I arn
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Need Mortixerase,
- BOSTON (,11136:4 Preident ti ti'senhoweel'
'senhoweel' ti'senhoweel' lioart ESPetialistL Dr.,
rim D'udleV Whfid".121ed klive
.k , t
mile' bicycle safarl froni Cact
bridge to historic Boston Common
Saturday in a demonstratinon of
cycling as a means of getting A Amercans
mercans Amercans Ilack on, their !.:feet a again,
gain, again, ,, ,,. .;,,,,r
Dr. Whitewiti jnined b 'Shine
MacCarthy, directer? ef i'the Pres Pres,Ident'S
,Ident'S Pres,Ident'S :'ebtilicirbfrilreiltil, Fitness,
Arho lield',"NAitieriC.Iltik milst get
of 0 4- their,,, pedestals,,,tof pride and
,onto their saddles' Of lumility."
i:-; Despite. his,12 ',eats, -Dr:' White
Is'et -the pope as president ': of the
.Colimittee for Safe Bicycling ,and
refused even to tmen his- brow for
hesiteraitien'taltee what hi describ described,4.,ntlUnliaialit4ide,
ed,4.,ntlUnliaialit4ide, described,4.,ntlUnliaialit4ide, though' a
little;t0A,:kiy41.?;:w;1.1".;, --
Illi ,heait spetiallit: tet out for
home over a much 4onger route
which- be said might reach the
1 "25 or 30 mile iny.,, wife and
I niftily ride on pleasant week
ti.htal:gliie :ief',, isiftned0 f .t,d'sp,!oenceit siof
the',Inein objectiVtibl, Ahe cy cyClink
Clink cyClink trip was.to,"kblA Americans
get beck: on :-Atieirr, 'et again."
This .can:be ,dene In inant Ways,'
he sai,':!'by persuading. more and
'more to- engage In Yariolle ,aports
snd pethapS, the ,simplest- are the
bestivalkintAtidk.yeling.,'
Dr. White and McCarthy were
joined'tbyt a !number of Harvard
University officials headed- by Dr.
Frea, Whipple director.' of Smith Smith,c,
,c, Smith,c, smilan Astropbysiell ObserVatory.

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ama Canal. Capt. Virarner Maririe :Diroctor second
row, first from right, accompahiod 414 grotp! t,

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Zhuk6v motionid him to ap,'
proach the table where he ut
with Spasitz? Tedder and De Late'
tre de Tassigny. Keitel picked u15
his cap, adjusted his mOnocle,
slammed his baton on'the table,
picked up the nen and signed
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BIRMINGHAM, ,England (UPI)
.Judge Cfonstantine Gallop re rejected
jected rejected a divorce petition filed by
John Hurst in a "disgusting" case
involving wife-swapping between
Hurst and another wealthy,ABriipe.
The judge said fibre, 3-orearold
fruit wholesaler, had' exchang exchanged
ed exchanged wives with Gordok Loyd, a 37-
year-old jewelry manufacturer,
on three occasions.
He ruled,' Prida$ Aunt could
not ressonablyistitihts wife on
grotinds of'adtilkty'lirlfen he'wa4
himselt,guilty .adulterY,i,
"These four people indulged,ljn indulged,ljn1
1 indulged,ljn1 terchanged, so that each husband
committed adultery with the oth other's
er's other's wife," the judge said.
He placed most of the .blame
on Mrs. Lloycl,.whom he describ described:as
ed:as described:as a.ns. "oetri,eiteueds,iipitis-1
era bleK, woman s idol (17 v 1 rd
was af "lecher,' the judge.Astild
while Hurst was a "criminal' fool.'
The judge said the only person
'who emerges with the right to
hold her head erect" is Mrs.
Burst, ,26. He said Mrs. Hurst
was7 "regarded by physiatrists as
eing in an apnteciable. state of
'1')derangment.1" vat $he Urns ofv-the'
wife-swapping.....She- has sinte
doVered, he, added.
,
.The judge siid Mrs. Lloyd was
a' "woman with an alluring fig figure,
ure, figure, a pretty face and an extreme
ly vulgar manner," He said she
had "betwitched'
Gallon said the wife .swapping
took plate- in 1074 when,1.;The
Hunts and Lloyds were neighbors.
He said they trade& wives twice
'n the Hurst home and once in
London's Savoy Hotel.
The Lloyds and Hursts each
have three children.
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l3OURNEMOUTII, England
(UPI)---Jim Sutcliffe, 81, said he
was cOhcerned about his future
marriage in supporting demands
for an inerease in pensions, "If
we don't get any more money
don't know how I'm going to get
On at the end of this month when
I get married," Ife told the con conference
ference conference of the National Federa Federation
tion Federation of Old Age Pensioner's Assn.

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ger,, Barger,, commanding officer, 534th Military Police totopaily, and Sfe. Manuel Rios, platoon sergeant, on
the.safety repord established by their unit, The Milildry Police have completed ?' mono than' 240,000
miles of military motor vehicle operation 'during the past three 'months without an accident This
distance is the equivalent of that from,the earth :to, the Moon. William Stephan, fmm, the-USAR,
CARIB Safety DireetOrta Office shoWn 'at fat right I,,, MIS Army Photo)

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SCOUTS MEET GOVERNOR Girls sledted to represent the Canal Zone Girl Scouts at nation-wide
gatherings in the United States this summer are congratulated by Gov. W. E. Pot Potter.,
ter., Potter., At left is' Macel Washabaugh of Troop 68, 'Margarita, who will attend the Girl Scout All
States Waterfiont Encampment at Kingsley, Pennsylvania. Next, from lift, are Sydney Town TownAend,
Aend, TownAend, of, Troop,,2$.03albc aikft Mary 4nne, ,tRow eno Aiwa DavisoRand:Ja,goAllafilitgto Troop,,,
.80, Belboa,othowill gat, Me-Senior Scout-.Roun4lup near ;Colorado, Springs. The en encampment
campment encampment of 10,000 GI Scouts from every, state,;territory,and 20, other countries is the largest
single event for teen-age girls to be sponsored by the Girl Scouts of the U.S.A.

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today held an American-officer's
daughter- who; got;bored baby sit sitting
ting sitting with,the af another
Army Hirers:faDili:and took her
charge -out oo an.-all-night party
,with three -sailors:who picked ber
UP.
ShirleykAean'Sbair,',16 daughter
of Capt,':and,,lirs!-Sobst,S. Shaw,'
IurnetiAterself,' Ante'. police ending
a,,12-hour,,Carchewhich ,was- joined
the'SI.
, also 1-breugh ;be, child,
Sainuel,,'.Graltatocaatya 2, son
of 1-4t,tols aadv;.,,Mrs,1-li. Emmet
kteCrat)."..' Ahe7Talice station
with 't,,Oftlalals' 'Said' the child
had' beeu fed ,and;. weil-eared for.
';;74e.,,r,tr11.1' .was:Airraigned on
rchgrges -of thild'Attaling on a gov gov'errupeirtteserratitta,,7V,lesser
'errupeirtteserratitta,,7V,lesser gov'errupeirtteserratitta,,7V,lesser of of'fermi
'fermi of'fermi that kidliaping;
wiiirs:'13aby sit sittinig
tinig sittinig ,tuitti.,:011K.,eltild;..at;,1)Schofield
arratlit,. When she
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A speeding passenger train.
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the Laredo highway last night,
killing 17' persons, and injuring
scores of others.
The accident occurred eight -mi.'
les out side Mexico City.
The passenger grain had lust
left the capita-bound for Vera
Cruz when it struck the bus at a
grade crossing.- 4
The bus was returning from a
sightseeing tour-of the Teotihuace
an pyramid tear here.
Officials at- the Ruben. Lenero
hospital said it has received 30
injured, several-in critical con condition.
dition. condition. lulu. SgPe boarded a bus and met
three sailors ivalking along -the
street.
She said sbe spent the night
with the sailors and the baby.
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covered discovered from newspapers that the
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The First Secretary of the British Embassy and Mrs.
'faruharson entertained yesterday at a luncheon for mem mem"beti
"beti mem"beti of the British delegatilon to the United Nations Ems-
Immic Commission for Latin 'America (MULL
4" Leading the delegation is the British Ambamador to
ranama Sir Ian Henderson, and the alternate Is H. N. Brain,
tniler-secretary of state in ths Foreign Office. Other mem
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Announce Birth of Twins
and Mrs. David Constable
oli Panama City announce the
birth of twins, a daughter and a
pm, Sunday morning at the San
Ferilando Clinic.
The 'babies have been nimed
Litettt and Leo.
'Mt. Constable is associated
svith the Paliama American and
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Tv Aid Childrett's Hospital
.Pitris are being completed for
I, fashion show to be presen'ed Sa Saturday
turday Saturday evening at the Chinese
Club, near the U.S. Embassy in
Patiartia City, for the benefi' of
Patronato del Hospital del Nillo
(Children's Hospital).
Roberto Stanziola, president of
the ?0-30 Club which is sponsoring
tire fashion show, said all profits
will bt used for the hospital, which
"Ig in' urgent need of everything
Arnne the participants in the
shinit will be Miss Irma Graciela
Gonzalez. 1958 Union Club Carni Carnival
val Carnival Queen; Miss Vicky Novo
Ntls Arleen Thayer and Miss Ana
.Elni. Boyd, Panama's 1958 Cot Cotlet''Queen.
let''Queen. Cotlet''Queen. Twe round-trip- tickets Avill be
awarciPti as door prizes, and mu muWC
WC muWC will be furnished by Marcelino
Alvarez and his orchestra.
Quarry Heights Women
To Lunch Wednesday
4 'The luncheon meeting of the
uarry Heights Women's Club
'II be held at 12:30 Wednesday
1 the ballroom of the Tivoli Guest
House.
Hostesses will be Mrs. George
T. Schlatter. Mrs. P, M. Ronne Ronnestrand
strand Ronnestrand and Mrs. H. C. Jones.
Mrs. Elsie Garcia. sunerviscx
the Balboa Commissary, will
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Begins may also register "'Cala lithr.
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PREEMIEMMilm
ing at the Tivoli Guest House.
Winner of the hili set was Mrs.
Margaret Dalton.
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Spring Jamboree Planned
Far Saturday Night
A spring dance Jamboree wsli
be presented by Harnett and Dunn
Saturday evening at the Anteric
an Legion Club at 'Fort Amador
More than 75 youngster Aare el
peeled to participate in theAttrice
which will Start' at 6:30"pan 6:30"panThe
The 6:30"panThe Latinlentestt will 'be' 'based
on the NW" all-Bround''' in the
rhumba," bbogie mambo;'''
gue and cha the, -the,' witb ?two
groups of tontestans working' for
the gold trophy.' ne, intermediate
group will b'e ludged on
bination -of jitterbug and free
style, arid the Winning couple- Will
receive silver trophiet.
Jusges will be Mr. and Mrs. Lon
Seldon, and Jimmy Dunn will att
as master of ceremonies.
A neVrnevelty number. "Salty
DWog Rat,"'"wIll be Introddced by
the advanced group: A new
game called the 'Whirley Whir
ler" gibe will be played.
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Gamboa Weinen's"Club
Plans Ceuntly
The IleMboti WbMetil gub
aponsor I Wintry-tali Thutsda
at the Civic Center, The event will
start at 5:30- p.m.
A hand-made quilt will be rad radfled,
fled, radfled, and entertainment boots
will be provided for adults and
children. Refreshmen s will lie
available.
The publitle invited to attend
Kobbo Chain! Guild
To Moot Wodnosclay
The Fort Kobbo Protestant
Chapel Guild will hhld ils regular
monthly meeting on Wednesday
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at 9 cm. in the cbg I ann,tx
A business meetitt and ele,lion
of Meets for the all term will
be followed through the Centur
ies."
Hostesses will be Mrs. Robert
Olees and Mrs. William Pruitt. At
tendants will be on duty in the
nursery and all ladies of he post
cordially invited to attend.
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Meetings
A P RA Luncheon
rhe monthly luncheon meeting
of the America Public, Re Relations
lations Relations Association will be held
ruesday it 12:30 at the Panama
Hilton Hotel.
President F. F. Purdy, who
will return to the Isthmus tomor
row morning, wili teport.to the
group on the APRA convention hot
attended at Hollywood Beach,
Fla.
Cecell Civic Council
A town meeting will be held in
the bingo room of the Cocoll Club.
house this evening at 7 p.m. tO
elect 12 members of a Civic.Coun Civic.Council.
cil. Civic.Council. All residents' of Cocoli over 18
years of age, both civilian end mi military,
litary, military, are eligible tot vote. No.
minalions win bo,,aeceptol from
the floor. 51'
All Cocli ,residents are urged to
attend. Free refreshments will be
served.
TVA Finance Bill
Brander, At Subsidy
N
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For Tho toollh
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WASHINGTON (1,11'1). A ew
England congressman doctored
Saturday that a House passel
Tennessee Valley Authority self.
finaneing measure "is a sieclal
erivilege and subsidy" bill for the
South.
' By a vote of 245 to 1700 the
House passed and sent to the Sem
ate Thuroday the bill authoriatig authoriatigTVA
TVA authoriatigTVA to issue 750 million dollars
in revenue bonds. to finance ad.
ditional steam generating facilitio
Rep Robert N. Gialmo (Dtonn)
liald passage of the bill "allows
A non-tazed, federally subsidized
g)ower authority" tp produce more
I "cheap" electric power in the
Tennessee Valley ores. Ho COM
tendod it "is another incentive
for Connecticut Industry to move
to the South."
This.bill is a special privilege
end subsidy to the Tennessee Val.
ty area," Cilaitgo oticiecl, ,sanci,if
peeled by the -MOM mild be
o the detriment of every WOO WOOearner
earner WOOearner in Connecticut. s"
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North probably bid a trifle too
strongly bu. lots of North play.
ors do. So do some Eliot', Welts
,and South'.
, It will be noted that the slam
'would be a lsydown if declarer
happened to hold three spades
and two diamonds since a spade
ruff would be the twelfth trick. It
will also be noted that a trump
lead, would have beaten the hand
but West opened the four of dia.
mond.
George Cardenas of New York
'played low from dummy. Maybe
'West was leading frOm a tom tombination
bination tombination that Included the ten spot
in which case the lead would have
given him the hand but no such
pleasant thing happened.
Neverthless, George did bring
home the bacon. Hs won the trick,
led a elub to dummy's see, ruffed
a club, led a low heart told
promptly finessed dummy's eight
spot.
ft this filmes had lost George
would be down two but it work worked.
ed. worked. Now George ruffed another
club, got back to dummy with the
king of hearts and ruffed a fourth
club.
Thio eitablished dummy's las,
club as trick. George drew the
last trump and still had the kins
of spades as an entry to dummy
, for that good elub.
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SIMI 'AMISS ilhASS
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and throe oases Aa attmat to
got to paw lo OMIT ladiaalot.
TODAY'S COMMON
Again your partner hal rabid
your one-heart bid to two. This
time you hold:
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What do you do now?
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TVA to issue
in revenue
ditionat steam
Rep Robort
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non-tazeo,
Oower authorit
"cheap" elect
Tennessee Vs
tended it "is
for Connectict
to the South,'
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ritnSit sad ratreshitig as the mouth haat, rhubarb stratiterray I
lair will be weleoutott both bribe taleUr sott by Pert Mud&
Pink and fragile, as gay as thE Heat over to hot, (425 degre
Brat young days of May, this pie F.). For pie crust, sift togeth
will be a delight at any special flour and salt. Cut in shortemi
psrtY until mixture resembles coar
crumbs: add oats: mbc light

The filling is a blending of fresh,
rosy rhubarb and sweet 'trawler.
ries made fluffly with a gelatin
and ice cream mixture. The ten tender
der tender crust is, enhanced with roled
oats to make it even mot flaky,
and for finishing, touch, whip
ped cream rosettes march around
the edge and a whole fresh straw strawberry
berry strawberry markt the tip of each piece.
Rhubarb Strawberry Fluff Fie
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Crust: Three.quar,tera cup "ift.
ed enriched flour, 1.2- teaspoon
salt, 1-3 cup shortening, 1-2' cup
rolled ogle (Quick or old.feshion old.feshionad,
ad, old.feshionad, uncooked), 3 to 4 tablespoons
cold water.
Filling: Four cups rhubarb, cut
in 1-inch pieces, 1-2 cup sugar,
1 1-2 cup" water, 1 (who straw strawberry
berry strawberry flavored gelatin, 1 pint vs.
nilla ics cream, whipped cream,
few whole strawberries.

84Year-Old Andrevis 'Methodist
Church Jam; led For pothers Day

GRAFTON, W. Va. MP
Twenty-two members of the origi original
nal original congregation that took part in
the first observance of Mother's
Day at Andrews MeLhodiat Churth
here in 1908 were on hand for the
Alat anniversary program Sunday.
'More than 300 'persona jammed
the 84yearold 'church for the An Annual'
nual' Annual' services, starting at 11 a.m.
with a sermon by the Rev. Dr
Dr. Frank L. Shaffer, Fairmott,
W. Va., district superintendent of
the Methodist Church.
It was in Grafton that Ann
films Jarvis sought to initiate
an annual Mother's Day observ6
ince to honor her own late moth mother.
er. mother. However, she died in 1905 before
the idea was fulfilled.
Her daughter, also named Anna
Jarvis, pirked up where hor moth mother
er mother left off. Miss Jarvis, living in
Philadelphia at the time, wrote
a letter in 1907 to the Sunday
SPhoot Teachers of Andrews
Church asking them to help her
organize a Mother's Day observ
Imre.
On May 10, 1908, the first
Mother's Dav program was held
at Andrews Church. It didn't take
long for the idea to spread and,
in 1910. Gov. William E. Glass Glasscock
cock Glasscock placed the observance On a
statewide basis. It wom nroclirood
a national event in 1913 by Pres!.
dent Woodrow Wilson.
The next year. Congress Passerl
a resolution makintt the second

statewide basis. It woe orocleimed Rut the neweeener. 111 the "rmh
national event in 1913 by Pres!. reire vier 4roistie" enelefy
dee' Wooftrow Wilmot teltt the tlitoAn tritpri,V pqm.
The next year Congress passed p trtrn,.1 gtof, 4.ith en
a resolution makino the second ;eformel 1,r0;dev" durino e
Sund Pv of Moo Mothol"s Day andle,11,etriel, Atymp les early in Sen.
a national holiday. The 51st anni lot30.

JONVALIIE
VILIDAtER

Siivestre Broste Ila
Cuba Ave. 27-02, Panam
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"SPORTS PARADE"

by CAmrado Sargeant
Daily at 7s00 pins

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Heat over to hot, (425 degrees
F.). For pie crust, sift together
flour and salt. Cut in shortettu4
until mixture resembles cosrse
crumbs; add oats; mix lightly.
Add water a little at a time, stir
ring until poetry can .be formed
into ball. Turn out on lightly
floured board or ,canvaal knead
gently a few seconds. Boll dough
to form 12,inch cricle; fit loosciy
into 9-inch pie plate. Fold edge
under; flute, Prick bottom and
sides well. Bake in preheated o oven
ven oven (425 degrees F.) about 15 min minutes.
utes. minutes. Cool. For filling, 4tombine rh
barb and sup; cook over very
low heat until it, is of saucelike
consistencY ( is Win make 2
cups of sauce.) Cool thoroughly.
Heat water to boiling; add gOta
tin and stir until dissolved. Spoon
lot cream into hot gelatin (with
diticepan still over ,direct beet);
Air until melted. Refrigerate un until
til until mixture mounds slightly. Fold
in cooled rhubarb. Pour into cool
ballet! pie shell. Refrigerate until
ad. To serve, decorate with whip,
ped -cream and whole ember emberries.
ries. emberries. versary of the day for mothers
wa 8 highlighted by an "open
house" at Andrews Church and,
by custom, the oldest mother pres present
ent present was presented a corsage.
Honored was Mrs. Cora Welsh,
et, Grafton; t-one of the original
Congregation.
Miss Jarvis, who died in' 1948,
also originated the idea of wegring
a white carnation on Mother's
Day.. She chow's, the flower be because
cause because "it typi'les the beauty,
the ruth and fidelity of mother
love."
Later Wage introduced tha (mite
common nriictice of wearine
whiff. erlrotinn in memory of
decesaed Mother and a ro4 one
in tribute to a living mother.
MA YVISIT POPE
T.0NDON r1;7,01
heth II olans fro vialt Rom- next
vear pod IR "v1ropili, eerfoiro,
meet Pone John vITI, the Sun..
"lay Express reported.
No imrnediAeo eonf;rmotion of
he nennrt ovallable from
rinekinEham Pah ce.
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BROADCASTINO SYSTEM

Hi folk! Again tit's for
more news' from the press-room
here- at Cristobal' High. Thee
hasn't been very much news for
the past week. But we shall iouk
into as many things as possable.
rabllplay, "A Roomful
ThubsofnCeHSIPiTrleseanntedd sDrvaerymatiec:
oses, last Saturday night. The
play was about a teenagto grl,
Bridget 411aeGowan, piayed by
Leslie Berger,'who II a proolcill
child. She thinks she is superior
to other people, and likes to make
people think that she has a voryl
tootds gear soonallatres bultollissels r:eav114yr
loves anyone lest the lose her
loved dones, be e aus e her
father left her mother. But th,
?allot Family gives her love and
in the end, she gains a feeling of
being accepted. The play was an.
other big hit for the Dramatics
Club. Congratulations to all who 1
pa dicipated.
On Thursday.and Friday nignts,
April 30,1 and May 1,- the Tigers'
Basketball team played' against
BHS and JC, in that order, in 1
Balboa. Results of the game werel
unknown as this was written but
yours trulY will give you 11, brief
account of the games next week.
So far, the Titters have lost the,r
last two tomb, while the Juillor
Varsity has lost one, and won an.
other. But the Tiger varsity team
has showed a big improv,ement in
each game played, ,and should
have been able to put up good
battle. Next Thursday the Tigers
meet BHS at Balboa.
On Thursday, April 30, the CilS
student body went to the polls to
vote for next year's tudent S.
sedation officers. Earlier' in the
day, an assembly was held for tin,
purpose of campaigning. Results
of the election will be given latcr.
On Friday the Junior-Senior
prom was held at the Hotel Wash
ington. Walter Wood and his or.
chestra played for the formal par.
ty. Students sure had a godd time
Next Wednesday at a!15 On. at
the COC12 Solo swimming pool, the
high school team will have ite
first inter.scholastie meet against
BHS and JC. Ever since the team
started praiticing early last
month, it has really looked good.
Coach Dedeaux thinks the team is
very well balanced, that is, a gocd
swimmer for each Stroke, and
should do well Wednesday.
With only about three weeks
leftIn the school year, everyone
is getting, very impatient; 'ao is
yours truly, and he must saY
bye for now, with this little bit of
information tie has provided.,

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'414 .-Qayeneyes teemey pal and alst, St? Her name',
' The Thespians and Dramatics
Club of CHS presented a very ea- managert DaVei-liamis,,, as writ elesieshe's, 5'0" of
' joyable play, "A,- Roomful of Int an :"Inside't., stone for an Aus well's CeilChapman
' Roses, last Saturday night- The trelias-Piper;es,11, 'pout. bee oge ehe serves the,,maett
r play was- about a teenagex VI, blems .11,11, the press Dein. Under observers teporit4,tE
to tom the bockshops
:, Bridget 4 MacGowan,' played by Get ;your coprelerlyeIt remits Beasellirt is broks'or,
' Leslie Berger, who is a proolcib to 'be a 'eollecter'a atm, ,Tab
, child. She thinks she Is. superior Hunter WhOTAtia ,considering an a ', background for h
to other people, and Wtes to make offer tai take,ovet.the Paul New viret......Vivian slate
i people think that she has a very man role hi 'Sweet-Bird-of loutle Yered completely Me
- rod personality, but she is reallY when Paut'l te v es the'. cast in attack .orbronchial pn
, ust the oppoalte. Bridget never MO, decided- against' hills cams her doctors would Ilk
ves anyone lest the lose her to the eonalusioti, that'll,' would,pe Put'On between' 10 si
loved dones, be e lus e her bad strategy '150 him- to mike ills . .Maynard lergusi
father left her mother. But ths Broadway debut In alert, created -, for a girl vOcalii
?allot Family gives her love and by another-starili., -, uey Parker beautiful as well et
in the end, she gains a feeling ef
being accepted. The play was an. Pierre de le Salle -(Whom she once hand.
denies that. she an'a her husband, warble with hie bea
other big hit for the Dramatics denied mainline, are migrating' '
i
Club. Congratulations to all who But her intimates belleve..ibe's 0. e 3n ff
- On Thursday. and Friday nignts k--' Naih IIUM
participated.
April 30,1 and ?day 1,-,the Tigers' making plans to live:abroad-4A
I out him. Orchestra ieate'to tiee. Of , --, ,,,
Basketball team' played se hi t
els- being hawked hi, the street diest-to e'
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BHS and JC, in that order, in the theatre the other' night et $2 ,Now that dresses Its
Broadway's eewer -offerings'4 were' :. ,'. --,'
1 Balboa. Results et the game were perwith 'no takers.. Theater pan es aggin and women
. unknown as this was written but
yours trule vill give you II brief down.front (Wats they ORO un, with'the fashion desig
account of the games next 'we k ties are stuck with hundreds ,of men -1, have just One
e- load. Won t yottplease tal
'' So far, the Titters have lost the'r '. ,-, . feminine foot andi gi
: Varsity has lost one, and won an
last two gameb, while the Juutor, The news services have Eddie these pointed shoes
1 other. But the Tiger varsity team
AZThry look awful a
an aroundthe.clock "alert," ex ex:
: ex: has showed a big improvement in
! each game played, and should Fisher and Lis Taylor covered on Pick heels?
take plAce within Abe next fort worse. There are ,ver
I have been able to put up i good nicht !The
pectins the wedding ceremony to
' battle. Next Thursday the Tigers i, e b b ery woman's feet' lo
Book, So. Be t. as mug
5 meet BHS at Balboa. the pooreeotnen With
student body went to the polls to
1 shock value to. out I' It, eel. the best
On Thursday, April 30, the CIIS lateat Andre Gide en with small feet a
11 t n' at it hits tbe downright ridiculous,'
local bookstall.. ,. So much for the
vote for next year's tudent Ab. seller s s ss Igoe
Now for those heels
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l siciation officers. Earlier' in the -1 women look as thoui
rorfirio Itubirosa'a ditties as
'. day, an assembly was held for the walking on les picks.
Ambassador from the Deminican
: purpooe of campalgning, Results rA,,tit "it ,,A ihit.i,feem ru. EVen On a smooth i
' of the election svill be given later ,, ''''" e tr b'ed possible for a wom
prom was held at the Hotel Wesh
On Friday the Junior-Senior .i. where his house Was lite along gracefully' on
et heels. She either mi
I chestra played for. the formai liar
I ington. Walter Wood and his or- recently t( a more' chlimmy A
Hon-probably one lailouth 'Ame wobbles.
; ty. Students sure had a godd t me rice. -Trutillo has .-. approv,ed the
i
switch. .Warranis ere out for the And if she gets on i
apprehension of a Ne'w York boolt
! the COCo Solo swimming pool, the ing
; Next Wednesday at,2!15 tem. at walk she has to "train
! high school team will have agent, who's Potsd at leas' rope walker to keep
I first interscholastic meet Against
i tg 31 bouncing checks. Particularly If she happens to wa
BHS and JC. Ever since the team aggrieved is a midtown game grating she's likely tt
started praiticing early Attendant whose -115 rhristmag or a shoe.' If she trio
month, it has really looked good.
1" cheek' turned out to 'be rubher, . cross a lawn, the h
' Coach Dedeaux thinks the team li Patti Page tnay s.be beck' on the and she's lucky if she i
swimmer for nth Woke, and TV channels ', in a musical quiz her neck.
very well balanced, that is, a goat (-owned bv- her and manager, Jack
Reel) before the ,Summer is over, So how about givin
,
should do well Wednesday. .,
left in the school year, every shoe with a slightly
With only about three weeks
is getting.. very impatient; tao is -17 o
The Metropo .,,an pera s per- something A little' lik
ono fermance. of "Theca" in Waing Of the human foot, at
yours truly, and he must .14Y bu'
ton the. other night Was (iinyt lee gives' us a 14tie MOre
bye for now, with Allis little bit of rotitine..Not only did Mary ation
Curtis Verna rgo po;fer the ailing
I information lie has provided., Milanov in 'tbd-Oo ON lest You've given us ba
i
: Screaming Johnny
, minute, butleonaral Warren ink, flattery in hats and i
- ed out eller- the first 9ict,and wit' thout alittle flattery
repleced, by, Mande Zadead. ,, for our aching, dogs?
' W, Rhode Fleming is quite serious You've alrelidr -go
on6r1 Rejurp II III about her hAnkering to do a mie kicking off 'their higt
I 01 Iii; ,, spl, ', .. ,,.., ,i,,,,,, ger:i eemedy inlBsenithea Be et formal dances., wo
she lefel o Ettl 21(latnifill theirrieet l'out ',of the
He has Made'G od Festival, her Agents gave er 'Oix inoeies, and older wb
scripts to consider. .The btau. their old shoes rather
., ty Johnny Mathis is squiring a. to walk on ice picks,
.
z "Screaming Johnny" a young round .town is his sister, Margue. So don't you think i
s
Panamanian rock 'n' roll singer, rite, -here to, launch- a modelling a .changee
,' left for David, Chiriqui, at noon career.' 'Alei, nervous,: felloWst 1", -----
today with the avowed intentiop the District ',Attorney', office has HE'S FOR -;WOMEN
r ol not .returning to Panama city ohetostatie ,showirit, the' iritimes '''' ''' '''' t- ''
well he has "made good." and telephownumbers 111,,Virgiels WNDON (1lPII Le
Johnny says he has contracts to McManus' gentlinien Wire ' paluterialvador7Diall
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perform in several night clubl '-' day. all the governm
iia backst ge &lime I
4 in David and after fullfilling these There a wor d -"sh'ould be run
4 he will go to Costa Rica On what at e"Singte Malt 'at s','Plirtr?-41i ,...
he intends to be the first leg oe missing company mensogere Chile Interviewed by the
a Latin American tour. wasn't seen -or 'heard trent in a day Graphic, Dali sa
"I don't Intend to return until week...London eritice who praised an, makes a brilliant i
I am a success," Screaming John. Elaine Malbinot performance in the- -perfect ruler 0.
ny said before he left today. "Il Tabarro' eitt BBC-TV'''prob. They understand tht
Johnny has performed here with ably didn't Wee that the 'day of the needs of the hot
some success on several programs the telecast Elaine was an emo, ernments should alw
t and at some night spots in Pa. florist wreck after almost hsVing ernments from the t
1 nama and the Canal Zone and been criished leetween a bus and
- up to last week was the main at on Automobile oal ber WilY to the "But women are i
traction of the weekend shows ef studio. Doctors gave her sedatives of biolegical creation,
the Panama Bartender's Club, before she went on to vire that creation. A woman ha
f where he Also doubled as enter- high praise, frrit the' Blitisk re able toproduce one g
1 tainment director. viewers. a '' ' ' ''''' ' art.", ', '',

Screaming Johnny
Vill,M11,rP UPI)), t
He has Made Good
"Screaming Johnny" a young
Panamanian rock 'n' roll singer,
left for David, Chiriqui, at noon
today with the avowed intention
ol not returning to Panama Cit
wail be has "made good."
Johnny says he has contracts to
perform in several night clubs
in David and after fullfilling these
he will go to Costa Rica On what,
he intends to be the first leg of'
a Latin American tour.
"I don't intend to return until
I am a success," Screaming John Johnny
ny Johnny said before he left today.
Johnny hasperformed here with
some success on several programs
and at some night spots in Pa Paname
name Paname and the Canal Z011o and
up to last week was the main at attraction
traction attraction of the weekend shows Of
the Panama Bartender's Club,
where he Also doubled as enter entertainment
tainment entertainment director.

Bride-Elect's Favorit&.(o1oks

Festive Prties, Mctkli,,..0.ift.:'',114orp ',..0,6.r4)h'ai.

The happy and exciting weeks
ahead for the June bride will in include
clude include gay bridal Showers which
she'll remember always as an im important
portant important part of the delightful time
she's having. If you're a close
friend of a bride4o4m, porhaps
you are planning shower.
It's up to the hostess to decide
what type of shower is to be given.
Miscellaneous showers are the
safest.
A fresh twist on this theme is to
give a "color shower."
Bass your decorations, food and
gifts on her tomtits color. With
out actually telling her friends
what to buy to gifts, you can tell
them the color to purchase.
With color such a large factor in
today's market, you can find vas.
tels and bolder hues in everything
from kitchen bowls to linens.
Atop favorite in fashion anti
with many girls are the rose and
Pot tones.
This might suggest Ind "every "everythines
thines "everythines rosv" shower. Invitations
could be rose shame eut from
tsink peon anti ettached to tile
front' of OM note Inner with
loubiedats taps Print details
,
MN mold No wrionotel in nta.
tit papers and tied with ribbon In
thades of pink. Packages could be
etecorated with ribbon roses or Iv
',finial flowers.
The shower moilf coltld well be
,ovouneed hv g parasol
leeked out like a fullblown rose.
A trintid of mitre who is gulls IN
WIC figured out bow tto perfom
esmouflage without too much
trouble.
Strips of vink tissue ismer are
;trushed end toped to the unbrella
'on In circular strips to resemble
netals.
A deepergvink ribbon rose' is
led amund the tenter tip. Rose Rose,colored
,colored Rose,colored bows deeorsta the points

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MISS,' MIONIGHTT- NOTEBOOK
'Aire gardniessfuemer pal end
1 manager DaVe.,11ancs as writ writing
ing writing an "inside", atone for an Aus
irelialtJAPer;.t all. 'pout. her pro problems
blems problems :h the press Dein Under:
Get your copy, 'early,- It ;Tangier'
to 'he a 'collecter'a Atm Tab
Hunter wno ,tw as considering an
offer t take,ovettha Paul New
man role in 'Sweet-Bird-of Youth'
when Paul.. I a, v es the cast in
1930, decided against It, He cams
to the eonaluslot. that' It would,ne
I bad strategy for him sto mske ills
'Broadway debut In a part created
by another stet"; -.' Suzy Parker
denies that she and her husband,'
Pierre de la Salle (Whom she once
denied marrying)r are, atparatinf.
But her intiniates -believe she's
making plans to liv,, abroad-4th;
out him. Orchestra Seats-to one.of
Broadway's newer -offerings'4 were
being hawked hi,the streeo iSittaitio
the theatre st,he other' night tat PI
perwith no takers. Theater par parties
ties parties are stuck with hundreds ,of
downfront dings they ORO tin.
,
load. .1
, The news services have Eddie
Fisher and Lis Taylor covered on
an around-the-clock "alert," ex expecting
pecting expecting the wedding ceremony to
take place within Abe next fort
night. Th lateat Andre Gide
Book, "So Be It" has .enough
shock value to nut" it, off, th,t beat beatseller
seller beatseller lists as soon' as If hits the
local bookstalla,
..0.
Porfirio Subirosais ditties as
Ambaisador from the Dnminican
republic will be Aired' frnm Cu Cu'.
'. Cu'. i. where his house Was bombed
recently t( a more chummy ita itaHonprobably
Honprobably itaHonprobably one in 'South 'Ame 'Americe.
rice. 'Americe. Truillio has, approv,ed the
switch. :Warrants ire out for the
apprehension of a New York book booking
ing booking agent, who's patsd at least
31 bouncing checks. Particularly
aggrieved is a midtown garege
stiendant whose $15 Christmag
check' turned out to be rubber. .
Patti Page may s be back' on the
TV channels., in a niusical quiz
(-owned by her and manager, Jack
Rael) before the Summer is over,
---
The Metropolitan Operats per performance'
formance' performance' of "Twice" in Virlint
ton the other night was fanyt Ing
bu' routine.. Not only did Mary
Curtis Verna go ,on,' for the ailing
Milanov in 'the -lead sit'', the last
minute, but loonsrd Warren conk-.
ed out after the first e'et,and wits
replaced, by Mamie Wag.
.,.
Rhoda Fleming is quite serious
about her hankering to do a mu.
sicai ,edmedy ina Staieadwstoge
J
fore, Mil lilfei 0 Th17414
.
Festival, her Agents gave er Six
scripts to consider. The haiku-.
ty Jolmny Mathis is squiring st-
round .town is his sister, Mamie Mamieritewhere
ritewhere Mamieritewhere to. launch a modelling
career. Get nervous,: fellosis:
the District ',Attorney's office has
ohnteetats. showing, the"" intmes
and telephone ,numbers, a:Virginia
McManus' geniemen totem '
,
, Thera is backstage &lime
at "Singte Mart at a Party",al
missing company minsager-, Chet)
wasn't seen ,or 'heard trent in 'a
week...London critice who praised
Plaine MOWN' performance in
"Il Tabarro on.' BRC-TV'''probably
didn't keel -that the 'day of
the telecast Elaine was an emo emoflout
flout emoflout wreck after! almost having
been crtished between a bus and
on automobile oti her way to the
I s'udio. Doctors gave her aedativeg
before she went on to earl that
high praise, from the' British' re reviewers.
viewers. reviewers. I

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1 Bridal allow's. fottlhe $one 'bride is keyed to iter favorite botor
slid Sower. All ,ffavaritshttle reer7-inatif is carded est In
parasol, sifts, and lite htresissests for the occasion, too,
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of the Umbrella and tied to each
aro written fortunes.
At tho end of the psrlY,' sack
guest selects a bow and reads her
firtune.
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'YOU CAt4 CARRY, OUY the
theme in many other ways.' Food
could Includ o' tomato' roses
stuffed with 'pink seafood, pink
ices or sherbets, pink petit fours
or cakes and pink roses as place
Other haloes ad tlewers can
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alst St? Her name's Dolores Na-
ples,-.she's 5'011- of .glarnor 'and
'wears Ceti Chapman finery while
she serves the. martinik,4
observers toast ',Tither Rob'erto
Roosellir4 is broke or,he's planning
to ,use the hockshops of ,Itome as '',)
a background for his next .mo .movie11.!.
vie11.!. .movie11.!. -.41Ivian Blaine has rico-. -41
Vered completely ttomher recent
attack orbronchial pneumonia, but 1- ,1
ter doctors would like to eee her I
put on between 10 and 2,0 pounds
.Maynard lergusor, is looldng
for a girl, vocalis4pseferably
beautiful as well as talentedJo
warble with his beautiful big
band. ,

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lettlh Saydm
,Now that dresses look like dress dresses
es dresses again and women look like
men1 have just line bone to pick
with'the fashion designers:
Won't yotrplease take Pity on the,
feminine foot and get us out of
these pointed shoes with the ice
pick heels?
AZThry look awful and they fel
worse. There are 'very few wom women
en women with small feet anybore. Ev Every
ery Every woman's feet look big. And
the poor votnen With big faet took
downright ridiculous.
So much for the pointed toe.
Now for those heels that made a
woman look as though she, were
walking on lee picks. z
Even dn a smooth floor it's im impossible
possible impossible for a woman to glide
along gracefully on those skinny
heels. She either minces or she
wobbles.
And if she gets on a rough side-
walk she has to "train like, tight tightrope
rope tightrope walker to keep her balance.
If she happens to walk across
grating she's likely to lose heel
or a shoe. If she tries to walk a across
cross across a lawn, the heels sink in
and she's lucky if she doesn't break
her neck.
So how about giving us baek a
shoe with a slightly rounded toe,
something little like the shape
of the human foot, and heels that
gives us a little more solid found foundation?
ation? foundation?
You've given us back feminine
flattery in hats and dresses. How
about &little flattery and comfort
for our aching dogs?
You've already -got teen-agers
kieldng off their high' heels even,
at formal dances, women slipping-1
thairrieet Rout ',of their -shoes in'
mattes, and older Omen wearing
their old shoes rather than try into
to walk on ice picks.
So don't you think it's time for
a' change?
HE'S FOR ,WOMEN
LONDON (UPI) Suriealist
Painter Salvador.7 laid yttatn..
day all' tlye- governments of the
world sh'ould be run by womea.','
Interviewed by thi London Sun Sunday
day Sunday Graphic, Dan said "a wom woman,
an, woman, makes a brilliant politican and
the perfect ruler of4'a nation.
They understand the, home and
the needs of the home and gov governments
ernments governments should always be gov governments
ernments governments from the home.
"But women are capable only
of biolpgical creation, not artisitc
creation. A woman has never been
able tO,produce one great work of
',
Can Enhance
be u e d, of course. A Illy
white" shower, s or "bachlor-button
blues"' or the yellow sun sunflower
flower sunflower could be tamed for the
shower table
The main trick is to find out
the color most-favored by the
lucky bride-to-be.

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sure to have your curlers loaded .'
with calor film so that You VW
take turas of the party,.
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CALCUTTA (UPI) Russian
troops have, joined the Chinese
Communists in, their efforts to
P 0- ,t wipe out the rebellion, of Khampa
) tribesmen in Tibet, a reliable In Inid
id Inid an source said yesterday.
la An Indian whose name cannot
)' be revealed said he himself saw
r) a convoY of about 250 smartly smartlyf
f smartlyf uniformed RUSsiaAs pass through
10 the southeast Wibetan city of Gy Gyantse
antse Gyantse two week ago.
. The Russians were said-to.'have
arrived In the Gyantse region
about April 22, in response to a
call for help from the Chinese
) Communists, The returned Indian
1 traveler said the' IttisSian eonvo,,
traveled south tbward Phari and
' Ifatung, near the Indian border.
' It Wa the first reriOrtt0 rettcb
A the ou'side t World 'that Russian',
1 troops had in'ervened in the Ti
) beiAn revolt.
If the Indian travelk's story
as true, the Rogan troops would
bave had to travel at leak 2,00Q
miles, largely across desert and
I the world's highest mountain
,,, range, to have Come diretilY,tronl
1.
Ruesia,,,, awrid34 ,'T.Titliab I g4t lot Ai
M1 (It was -possible the Itho005- blight,
'!'' 1( have been ,StatiOnel previously in
Red Chine. 'and if this was the
' 0,; case, they could, have reached
't t the Gyaritse area by traveling
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f AboillIviemiliah
OnitCPYI;siles
WASHINGTON,---May' 11 (UPI)
R1p. Charles S. Gubser (R-Calia
said today thst overemohario on'
' intercontinental t ballist'e missiles
, coul4 force the United Sta'es into
0' ',,, tha same 'classic "military mis,'
: take made by a dozen getter getterep.,
ep., getterep., aeons." s,
t
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In a prepared address to the
nous-, 'Gubser Protested Nyhat he
called "the placing l all our eetut,
expense of the Program ,to equip
nuclear submarines with the Po.
'tibi kris missile. -, A
tie contended that fixed cok
elk crete and teel ICBM bases on'
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Be contended that fixed cok
crete and teel ICBM bases on
land were more vulnerable to Inas.
sive surprise 'attack by an aggro,
sor, while submarine.based mil.
siles had the proper mobility.
Gubser warned against building
"an ICBM Maginot line,' he said
the great walls of China, the Sci,-
tish castles and the walled city
of Quebec, "stand, as monuments
to a military mistake which his
been repeatedly men through the
centuries."

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THE twig 'ANNUAL SAFETY FIELD DAY, widell this' eir wag sponsored by,.the Pedro Miguel Civic Council, wag beld' recently at Pedr0 lingual. On display were exhibits arranged by the
various divisions of the Canal organization and -brats Of the Air Force, ArmY,Old Navy, Isi,rat, Aid demonstilations,'Ilne-throWing contests and games designed to test individital ,skille were
a part of tile prograni; Cleveland Stevens, chain:tan' of the first annual. Field pay, is lseen above cutting the ribbon opening thiS year's Safety Field Day. Left to right are Capt.. Werner
S. Rodiman, Marine Director:, W. E. smith, chief -of the Safety Branch: 'Edward A. Doolan, Personnel Director; Daniel, I.I.Paollicci, labor liaison offieer;, T. 0. Relihan, lpp,trintenderxt.'eales
and serittee Branch: J. J. Barton, general manager, Supply Division; Stevens; Cecil Callander: 'and C. C. Roberts, president of the Pedro Miguel ,Civic council. I; i, l'$
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est nearest point inj Chins.
Two weeks before the Itussi4ns
calPet in Olati Source said,
'Champs rebels cornered large
grput of Chinese 'Communists in a
deep gorge near the vilialge
Gopshe and "cut them to pieces"
with swords.
The Khampas were said fo bave
blocked the natTow mountainous
road, and the Chinese Commu.
nia's trucks ;quid not turn around.
The sotirce said that the Kham Khampa
pa Khampa tribesmen were dispersed later
by 1,000 troops of the Panchen
Lama of Tibet, installed by the
Communists' as successor to the
revered Wei 'Lama after 'he
yoling god-king:fled into Indian
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Panchlifi linte's troops
were said to have been led by
Chinese Communist officer:.

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All proceeds of T h u d y
night's piano recital by Mrs. Su.
Sans Dentseb Weil st the IISO IISOJWB
JWB IISOJWB will be allocated to the local
A'berto Einstein Inteitute in cont.
pliance with Mrs. Weibel's re re.quest,
.quest, re.quest, it wits annotinced today.
This will he the Isthmian debut
of Mrs. Weibel. a graduate of the
Manuel de Fal's Conversatory of
Buenos Aires who was -awarded
coid Medpi Repos Aires In
1954 in recognition of her talents
as
Her recital is being presented
by the JVB in observance of the
llfh anniverserv ,os the founding
of the stRte of !steel
The nrogram tvill include selec'in-ls
from Melt. Haydn. Cho.
nin and DeblisFy,.' in 'additiOn,;tn'
op6, of hPr own Pbmpoetiors.
G.,nerP1 Pdmission nriees will
be Sl. Servicemen free. ',
,oeopm 11 idwohno

Ike Urges House Leaders To Toughen

Bill ReOals'6131dVialde

WASHIN.GTON (UPI) Sen.
Barry Goldwater (II-Ariz.) said
toods that President Eisenna,v Eisenna,ver,
er, Eisenna,ver, has "laid 1 on 'the line" for
House,GOPeadere in serving no no.lid
.lid no.lid wants" the Senate Senatetithe'
tithe' Senatetithe' labbt Wort streng
,hened: :s
Goldwater said the House lead.
ers indiceed to the President
"'hat that's just what they are
doing to do." The Arizona penitor
also gilled on the ptoole to UrRe
tho House to bed on the bill. Hal.
said ,41te House, "far, more SUP
eeriqhle' tb- presstire"' than the
Sent.

, Another Reoublican, So n 0
GOP ,Whip Thomas H. Kuchel
(Calir.) said both political !mein
wonid have to "hang their heads
in, sharnet' 111 Housoev'retroilts of
el'her the right -or left block ap approval
proval approval of the hitt.
"If they do," he said, In a
broadcas, to cons.ittients, "4 will
be shocking indictment of the
legislatiVe process in Washington."
Sen. jacob4 K. Javits (R-N.Yr)
said (WA proadcash to Ms home
state' that chances 'of t House ap approval
proval approval increased when the "'Senate
substituted for Sen. John L. Mc McClellan's
Clellan's McClellan's tough "Bill of Rights"
amendment a milder compromise
ProOosal.
Goldwater salC in a radio-TV
interview with Sen. Karl K. Mundt
(R D.) that he thought a
"atrongei" bill would come out of

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the House if people back home
delugred, at& congressmen with
letters demanding such' legislation.
Goldwater was the only senator
to vote against the final version
of the so called Kennedy-Ervin La Labor
bor Labor Reform Bi ill 'He dim Plttined
at that itne that the Senate had
labored to bring forth a "mouse."
But he said today the "mouse"
proved to hive "some lima fief'
atter all.
I Gpldwater called for action to
'Improve th, bilrs provisions deal dealIing
Iing dealIing with so-called "blacktnoil"
1 picke Ina': with secondary boy boycotts
cotts boycotts ,and with "no man's land"
labor dispu es outside the jurisdic jurisdiction
tion jurisdiction of both federal and state
agencies.
1 Goldwa'ir said he conferred
4ith Eisenhovver on the bill last
week and the ,President was
ts'keenly disapPelit"ed" 'that theae
provisionS were not stronger. 't"'
"I can't say from our con con1
1 con1 versation that he's inclined to
veto it if it's not slronger," Gold,.
water said, "but I do know that
he -laid I' on the line pretty
rnuch to the liouse, leaders that
he thought it -1,4tas thete; respon,
sibility to tet a stronger bill."

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1FIRE KILLS FOUR
MANILA (UPI) An Whuur
Ifire killed four Filipinos and
left 600 families homeless in Rox Roxas
as Roxas City. 250 milts south of here,
it was reported yesterday.

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cigarette consumption last year,
! ; morel.thes 430 biWon., .CAA the
average, ail Americana over '11,
puffed tiway on 9,029 smokes
year about 14.000 light-ups
every second. Total '58 produc production
tion production was more than 470 billion,
the balance going for export,
and armed forces overseas. 11;
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3 Films To Be
Shown Tonight
At Balboa 'Y'

Three films will be shown at
the next "Armchair Tour" at the
USOJWS tonight at 7:30.
Through the courtesy of Pan
American Airways, the films to
be shown are "Winter Olympics"
"Wings to Austrit"and, by Do.
pular, dem,and, another repeat of
"Fabulous Fishing to South Amt.
rim"
Servicemen, 'their families, and
the general ,public of Panama and
the Canal Zone are invited.

Frogmen Recover,
Drowning' Victims
From.Nile River
KALIOUB, EgyPt (UPI)--Army
frogmen yesterday stepped up the
pace of the r icovery of bodies
from the Nile' excusion steamer,
Dandarah, ivhich, capsized and
sank Friday with heavy loss of
life. 4
A total of 53 bodies have been
recovered. Abote 100 'persons still
were misting and presumed dead.
Floating cranes succeeded in
partially Ming ,the Dandarah,;
making recovery of the, hodies
easier.
, The Dandarah, belonging to the
United Arab Republic's Ministry
of Works. was carrying a party of
ministry officials and their fami families
lies families on an excursion when it
SPrilift leak.

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As Traint Colhde
On' MOuntoin Grade
l'SAN LUIS olusro, vont WPI)
Two siov' moving Southern
Pacific passenger trains -collided
on a steep mountain grade nine
miles north of herb yesterday.
Four persons wpre injured.
1 Authorities said one of the
trains Was on a siding waiting for
the other to pasti,but pulled out
too soon and struck the last three
ears. :
Three patisengers, Edmund Ed Edelman,
elman, Edelman, 28, of Los Angeles, Mrs.
Florence Kelley, of Bay City,
Mich., and Leonora Sherman, of
La Canada, Calif.. received minor
injuries. BOnnie 'Daniel, a porter
on one of ,fr,he trains,, also was
Lnktro.
Thd accident' 'occurred about 200
Miles north of Los Angela,

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Attend Scout Roundup
Sponsored by the Canal. Zone
Girl Scout Council and chosen byl
a special selection committee,
five girls will represent the Canal
Zone at Girl Scout encampments
in the Unifed States. this summer,
Among Ithe 10,000 Girl Scott
who will pitch their tents on the 1
plains below Pike's Col. at the Giril
Scout Senior Roundup July 3
through 12 -will be Mary Anne
Bowen, Marvel Davidson, Jane
Shanard and Sydney Townsend.
Mary Anne, Marvel and Jane
are members of Senior Troop 80,
latkoa,,,and Sydnerl beiongew,tso
Senior Balboa. .2
For Macel Nagbabaugh, Inter Intermediate
mediate Intermediate Scout of Margarita Troop
68, an important part of summer
vacation will be a two-week stion
at the Girl Scout All States Water Waterfront
front Waterfront Encapment in a wooded area
at Kingsley, Pa, The Washabaugh.
Ifamily will leave 'for, a ,,stateside
'vacation early in Augustand Ma,
cel will attend the encampment
' August 15-29.
The four Senior Scouts will go
first to Alabama, where they will
meet other Scouts foe tbe cross crosscountry
country crosscountry trip to Colorado. At Mo Mobile,
bile, Mobile, Mary Anne and Marvel wW
Join a patrol scheduled to travel
by chartered bus. Jane and Sid Sidney
ney Sidney will go to Birmingham to Join
a group going by train.
A senior Service Scout and a
junior at Balboa High School, Ma Mary
ry Mary Anne is tbe daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert S. Bowen of Bal.
boa. 'Mary Anne ha; had nine
Years oL eaperienee in OW Scout,
ing,.,bas been active in school
sports and the Pep Club, and holds
Red Cross First Aid and Swim;
mer's Certificates..
Marvel, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Norman B. Davidson of Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, is also a junior at Balboa
High School, and is a Mariner
Scout. She has been in Girl Scouts,
nine years, is a member of the
school orchestra, and attends Or Order
der Order of Rainbow for Girls.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jobn
M. Shanard of ,Panama, Jane is
a junior at Balboa High School and
a Senior Service Scout. She has
bad nine' years- of Girl Scouting
and does reporting for, the high
school paper.
A ninth-grader at Balboa Junior
High' School and a Senior Service
for six years. Sydney plays in the
school band, belongs to the Dra Drama
ma Drama Club, and attende Order of
Rainbow for Girls. She bolds Red
Cross Home Nursing and Junior
Lifesaving Certidleates.
Macel, who is in the seventh
grade at Cristobal Ainior High
School, is the daughter of Canal
Zone Police Lt. and Mrs. F. Per Perry
ry Perry Washbaugh of Margarita. She
plays the violin in the school or orChestra,
Chestra, orChestra, takes part in; school
spor's, end began her Scouting ac activities
tivities activities as a Brownie.

Outdoor Training Course
Starts Tomorrow
All interested adults re urged'
to take the Girl, Scout- Outdoor
Training course which will begin
Tuesd4y morning at ths Balboa
Little House, with Mils Lola in!
Eructing.
Sessions will last from 11:30 to
11:30 a.m. on May 12 and 19, anti
dates for two other sessions will
be decided upon at the first meet.
Application blanis and further
information may be obtained from
Mrs. Rosemary Galiber, Train Training
ing Training Chariman, Panama 3-3010,
from Mrs. C. V. Torstenson, Mar Marlarita
larita Marlarita 605y or from the Girl Scout
Office, Balboa 1350. 1
Mother's Day Program
Tonight in Rainbow City
A special program dedicated to
all mothers will be presented by
the International Girl Scout, Aki

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laritic nittliK at 7 p..M. tonight
in ths Rainhow city gymnasium.
Guest speaker will be Mra. Ceci Cecilia
lia Cecilia Deleon. P
All 'persons in the. community
are invited to attend.
Scout Council': Mestinp
Today,,in,,Mettite
bay: tampin and', eampsite
plans, the 1980 dget, and the de delegate
legate delegate council system were among
important subjects considered at
the .Canal Zone Scout Council
meeting today at Margarita Club.'
house.,
A highlight of the meeting,. was
thtAelentOok,,, ioNi,strAduation
caflttarier training Wane Waneates
ates Waneates tweAtlantit-side Seniors
Scouts, Karen .Coate and IWO
Seaman. The.two. girls, both mem
hers of the Senior Patrol in Ma Mariner
riner Mariner Ship 99, have completed ba basic
sic basic Girl Scout training courses
and, now that they have .reached
age 18,, are prepared to go on in
adpit Girl &Wing...,
Further busbies' Included the
award of pins to several Girl
Scout adults in recognitiOn of five
or ten years of service in Scout Scouting.
ing. Scouting. Other Matters under conside consideration
ration consideration were discussion and vote
on policiet and standards, coming
national anCintcrnalional oppor opportunities
tunities opportunities for 1980.- constitutional reviSion,-
incorporation, announce announcement
ment announcement of delegates to Girl Scout
encampments for this summer,
and of 'Picture Your Home Fron Frontier"
tier" Frontier" pictures.

Tot TRAIN PILOTS
LONDON (UPI) Britain Is
setting up a "university of the
ale, to combat a tbreatentd,
shortage of airline pilots, the
government, has announced. John
nay, joint parliamentary seem
tary to the Ministry of Transport,
told the House of 'CornMons that
unless special steps. are taktn
sott' tbereYwill be a ihortage of
young pilots after 1961.

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MULTI-COLOR D MOON
MOSCOW (UPI) A Soviet
scientist claims that the moon is
not just one color, but ho'S
the colors of the rainbow. Mos Moscow
cow Moscow Radio said that a'Soviet as.
tronomer named Teifel had ob obtained
tained obtained abOut a thonsands spectro
graphic analyses of various areas
of the mootes surface is polychromatic."

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,NEW, YORIE CUP1)-7140re than
1,000 vOlunteers helped make
Mo;ber's Day a happy one for
sick mothers at six New York
hospitals Sunday despite A strike
by non-professional workers.
Many of the volunteers who
made the rounds distributing flow flowers,
ers, flowers, carnations and cookies. were
mothers themselves, who gave up
their. Sunday to help out at the
hospitals. rt.
-nit Mother's Day events were
Miff only bright note in Nthet hree hreeday
day hreeday strike called by Local 1199 of
the Retail Drug Employes Union
tig elle the voluntary,. non-profit
hospitals.

More than 12 hours of tale
broke up earl), Sunday with Ma MavorRobert
vorRobert MavorRobert Ir. Wagner reporting
'that "no significant progress" had
been made in settling the walkout
by such service workers as kitch kitchen
en kitchen help, elevator operators and
pwlers. It war called by the un union
ion union to enforce a demand for rec recognition
ognition recognition as s hargaining agent for
the workers.
Chhzies Ho Silver. president of
Beth Isreel. spokemman for the
six hospitals, isid hospital attor attorIvey'
Ivey' attorIvey' wonid, iseek. contemn' cita citatiOns
tiOns citatiOns against- the union and its of offirer
firer offirer Mondae Inornioga,
thiliittles,,Prdered the strike de
spits rrestreining, erforn issued bY
the state SUOrnMe. Court.
Silver Bald het only That) non nonpmfessionel
pmfessionel nonpmfessionel workers out of about
3,300 employed at the hospitals
were on strike. ,
A tlnion spokesman cbellengsd
the figures. He ,,seiti that the
strike wse, "close to, ton Dor tont
effecive.'!. TN. onion has claimed
tbet ebout 3,700 ,workere were on
strike.
Re said oatiente were rheckins
oritot some,rif the, hospital' anti
others Wart ,"pleadiagY fon food,
to said he had roporti ,that the
line" had, no been -,citented On
bedr,et,$eth, larealpfor two days
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land there was "garbage and ilitet
rlying arotutd."
The tmion said that possible
extension of the strike-to lune
hospitals was "vm, immines0
saW they wouW be struck,
"without further notice in event
the six hospitals continue
their union busting policies."'
The Mother's Do event et Beth
Israel snowballed into distribp
tion 0 flowers and cOrsatec,to
about every mother in the hoot hoottaltincluding
taltincluding hoottaltincluding volunteer workers aa
well pauents. ;...
"To show our appreciatioi for
the volunteers and the regglar
employes who have stayed ea the
job we decided finally to give
flowers to all mothers," e spoksik
man said. 4pm-1.
At Beth David. where the ownJ
er of a Major food firm wag
helping with the cooking in the
kitchen, trays were adorned. with,
"something extra" for mothers..
'rhe trays were taken to the hos.
pital rooms in some cases thT
bowagers Who brought along their
butlers and maids to help eut.
A Beth David spokesman sald
that the wives of 450 doctors' had'
volunteered to help with web
chores as washing dishes. end.'
mopping floors. Many had le bh
turned WAY. he said. hecauSe- thh
hospital was "overflowing" with,
volunteers.
Silver said thst aervices at, elf
the hospitals were normel.

RED PAPERS PINED
HONG KONG (UPI) The
Hong Kong Supreme Court yesters
day levied fines totalling SLUE
on the owners, publishers, Print'
ers and editors et two Communist,
newspapers for contempt of court,.
The charges grew out of pubilca
tim in the Ta Kung Paoz and
Wen WM Pao of informstiok,
about an alleged murder, whielt
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Rothe of the steam out of the front frontrunning
running frontrunning Indians yesterday when
they, scored 5-4 and 5-0 victories
antlycompleted a sweep of a three threegame
game threegame series. It was the first se severe
vere severe jolt the Indiins have suffered
thisgar and the two wins boosted
the ite Sox to Within 112 games
of the AMeriCan Leagtle lead.
Billy Pierce and Early Wynn,
each going all out this year to win
back salary cuts, were the big he heroes
roes heroes as the White Sox beat Veeck's
ex-club for the sixth time in eight
tries: Pierce went the distance in
the 11-inning opener while Wynn
fired a four hitter to gain the 253rd
victory of his major league career
in the nightcap.
Ths Now York Yankees moved
to within two games of the .500-
mark by beating the Washington
Senators, 6-3 and 3-2, the Boston
Red Sox swept the Baltimore
Orioles. 3-2 and 5-1, and ths De Detroit
troit Detroit Tigers downed the Kansas
City Athletics, 7-6, in the other
American League games gamesIn
In gamesIn the National League. the Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee Braves regained first place
with 124 and 2-1 wins over the
Cincinnati Reds, the Los Ange leS
Dodgers shaded the San Francisco
Giants, 3-2, the St. Louis Cardinals
canse-back from a 10-9 loss to de defeat
feat defeat the Chicago Cubs, 8-7. and the
Phil adelphia Phillies beat the
Pittsburgh Pirates, 6-3. The Pi Pirates
rates Pirates led, 6-4, when the nightcap
was halted by curfew in the eighth
inning.
Bubbs Phillips sent the Chicago ChicagoCleveland
Cleveland ChicagoCleveland opener into extra in inningstwith
ningstwith inningstwith an eighth-inning homer
and then singled in the winning
run in the llth inning. Pierce yield yielded
ed yielded 13 hits hut left 12 Indians
stranded. Wynn struck out five in
the nightcap as he raised his rec

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: -NEW YORK, May 11 (UPI) You 11 have to excuse
funtloving Bill Veeck if he's enjoying 'a huge horse laugh
at lite expense of Frank Lane and the Cleveland Indians.

ord to 4-2. Nelson Fox hit safely
in both games to stretch his hitting
streak to 16 games and Del tnnis
hit his first American League hpm hpmer
er hpmer for the White Sox.
Ryne Duren's brilliant relief
pitching saved the Yankee opener
for Whitey Ford and Norm Siebern
delivered the game-winning hit in
the second game when he doubled
home Mickey Mantle in the 10th
inning. Yogi Berra caught in both
games and set a major', league
record by appearing in1148 'straight
games without making an Terror.
The Yankees have won. four of
their last five games.
Don Buddin homered in the 10th
inning to win the first game for
the Red Sox apd Frank Baumann
hurled a six-Iptter in the nightcap.
Relief pitcher Leo Kiely picked up
his second win in the first game
and Baumann delivered 'a bases basesfilled
filled basesfilled jriple on his own behalf in
the second game.
The Tigers won their seventh de decision
cision decision in eight games under Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy Dykes as Rocky Bridges,
Charlie Maxwell and Lou Berberet
hit homers, Roger Maris drove in
five runs with two homers for
Kansas City.
The Braves knocked the Reds
out of VITA places scoring seven,
runs in the ,of
opener and winning the second
game when Hank Aaron singled 1
with the bases filled and two out in
the ninth. Don McMahon's stout
relief irk saved Bob Rush's sec-11
ond victoiy in the first game and
Carleton Mrilley outpitched Joe,
Nuxhall in. the second. Aaron wentl
5-for-10 And knocked in three runs'
Iduring the doubleheader.
Rip Repulski and Charlie Neal
homered for the Dodgers as
Johnny Podres, helped by late lateinning
inning lateinning relief from Clem Labine,
won his tourth game. Felipe Alou
accounted for both Giants runs.
when he hemered'after double
by Willie Mays in the eighth in inning.
ning. inning. Mike McCormick suffered
the loss.

Earl Averill's lith inning homer
won the first game for the Cubs
and a ninth-inning single bit curt
FIDod prodyeet aist tlefitt blor,
for thep Car itisiis.ip Vit ightcao4
Gino Cimoli hact four hi s in the
first game and three in the sec second.
ond. second. Manager Solly Hemus an announced
nounced announced the Cardinals were play playing
ing playing the first game under Drotest
on the basis of what he thought
was an obstruction of a Cardinal
baserunner in the lOth inning. llob llobby
by llobby Thomson drove in six rin4 lor7
the Cubs in4he first game. 4
Harry Anderson's two-run triole
was the big blow for Philadelohta
as Robin Roberts won his third
game and Bob Friend, a 22-game
winner last ,season. lost his sixth
straight decision of this season.
Smoky Burgess drove in four runs
with a homes and a double to give
the Pirates their lead in the nightcap.

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PROUDLY ANNOUNCES SPECIAL.. FLIGHT TO THE

"INDIANAPOLIS 500 MILES AUTO RACES"

TRAVEL SCHEDU17E

LEADING,
HITTERS

(Band on SO official at bats)
National' League
o AB H Pct.
Aaron, Mil. 24 101 20 49 .485
Burgess, Pitts. 22 68 9 26 .382
Temple, Cinci. 23 103 21 37 .359
Pinson, Chid. 25 104 23 37 .356
Boirchee, Phila. 23 82 12.-29, .354
Cirnoti, St..Louis 27 106 26. 37 .349
Bruton, Mil. 19 75 16 26' .347
Ma3rs, S.F. 25 1101 18 34 .337
Moon, L.A. 23 85 1( 28 .329
Robinson, Cinci. 25 98 19 32 .327A
Le
American ague
Kuenn, Detroit 19 74 12 30 .405
Fox, Chicago 25 104 12 40 .385
Kaline, Detroit 25 103, 11 37 .359
Maris,t K. City 25 98 19 33 .337
Powd, Cleve. 24 100 21 33 .330
Runnels, Bos 24 91 15 30 .330
Strickland,,Cle. 24 82 17 27 .329
Malzone, Boston 24 95 19 31 .326
Bridges, Detroit 25 89 7 29 .326
White, Boston 20 66 8 21 .318
RUTIS !lotted In
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
Robinson,' Reds 31
Banks, Cubs 27
Demeter, Dodgers 27
Mathews, Braves 26
Aaron, Braves 25

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Cerv, Athletics 23
Killebrew, Senators ; 23
Triandos. Orioles 21
Lemon, Senators
Maris, Athletics 20

Home Runs
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Mathews, Braves ,'
Aaron, Braves
Robinson, Reds
Demeter, Dodgers
Banks, Cubs

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Killebrew,.Senators
Lemon, Senttors
Colavito, Indians
Jensen, Red Sox
Maris, 4k,thletics

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Overnight at the Coral Reef Hotel, Miami Beach.
Lv. Miatni May 29th As. Indianapolis Same Day.
May 29th and 30th, accommodations at the Hotel in Indianapolis.
May 30th attendance to the "INDIANAPOLIS 500 MILES AUTO RACE"
with reserved seats.
Lv. Indianapolis May 3Ist L- Ar. Miami 8ame Day.
Overnight at tho Coral tier Hotel, Miami Beach.
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Klippsteinti Dodgers L 1.000
Ilurdette,1Britytt 1 1154 el 3114
Roberts, Phil lies 3 1 .750
Mizell, Cards 3 1 .750
Henry, Cubs 3 1 .750
Kline, Pirates 3 1 .750
AMERICAN LEAGUE
,Maish, Indians 4 0 1.000
Wilhelm, 'Orioles 4 0 -1.000
Pappas, Orioles 3 0 '1.000
Larsen, Yankees 2 0 1.000
Fischer, Senators 2 0 1.000
Walker, Orioles 2 0 1.000
Griggs, Senators 2 0 1.000
Ba UMann, Red Sox 2 0 1.000

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forces in South Korea were aquip aquipped
ped aquipped with American made rockets
and missiles t counter the mas massive
sive massive military buildup by the Ko Korean
rean Korean Communists in violation of
the truce agreement, Lt. Gen.
Robert Lee, chief of staff of the
said yesterday. Lee saki
the Korean Reds had been provid provided
ed provided with modern Russiawbuilt
aircraft, including jets i and other
new weapons.

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Stitch Credits

Win Over Ortega

To ,.Pthpirs ,Pacing
By ANDY PURCELL

SYRACUSE, N.Y., May 11
(UPI) Rudell Stitch, upset win winner
ner winner over fifth-ranking welter welterweight
weight welterweight Gaspar Ortega, and a hero
as well, said today his easy vie vie,ory
,ory vie,ory theft retutian3atek'.vikst,
a matter bf pl'opet racing.
"The first time I foUght Or Ortega
tega Ortega I didn't pace myself. But
Friday night I kept things nice
and even and didn't have any
trouble at all," the Louisville Ky.,
church elder Said.
Stitch, in addition to scoring his
impressive win, was honored by
the Carnegie Hero Fund Comis Comission
sion Comission Friday night tor 'rescuing a
&owning man in the Ohio River.
"I sure didn't want to go back
to Louisville a loser Mei. hearing
about that," he said.
Ortega, a full-blooded Mexican
Indian from Mexicalli, and a, 8-5
favorite, said, "I just never got
going."
Stitch started off avenge
the narrow loss he suffered at
Ortega's hands when he opened a
cut over the Indian's left eye
in the first round. Using a solid
right jab, the stylish Stich pound pounded
ed pounded away at the eye.
It was the third round in which
Stitch, who is an elder for the gone
Presbyterian Church in Louisville
indicated he was bent on an up upset:
set: upset: In that round sent Ortega
reeling into the ropes with a ,so--
lid right to the head. Then '-he
worked savagely ,on Ortega's bo body
dy body and head.
The fight, which the 1,400 fans
cheering the last ,minute for
Stitch's able performance, neatlY
came to an earlier end when
Stitch re-opened Ortega's cut. 'It
was bleeding badlY enough .jo
have referee Joe Palmer isk a
State Athletic Commission doctor
look it over after the eighth round.
Palmer rated the fight 6-2-2;
judge Harold McGrath 5-4-1 and
judge Dick Albino 6-3-1, all for
Stitch. United Press International
had the nationally televised bout
8-2 for Stitch.
MI OM MI I 11111111 111
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11 Anthony QUINN in
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In TECHNICOLOR!
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TECHNICOLOR!
Gregory Peck In
1 "THE BRAVADOS;'
1 Stewart Grander
"HARRY BLACK ,AND
THE TIGER",- :
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RING WISE -,- Ingemat Johanosoi got the feel,of: thC,ropes
and ring before opening training'in this country;Tat 'the Cath-,
one Youth Organization gyranasiura' in Nevr ,SIVede
bids for Flod-Patterson's..world:titie on June-25.

Ed4ort,;ONRADO,., SARGEANT

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Balboa High School
Basketball Quintet
In JC Cage joupey
,

, The' eVer 'impriiiiing basket9fill" !' The dividends; '"
quintet of the Balboa High School
will again take part in, junior. First Race
College's basketball extravaganza., 1. Colmado $8.60, $3
Although they are still struggluAg 2. Jato $2.60
to hold on to second place in Second Race
the scholastic league they have look 1.-6- Rosenda $13.80, $3.40
ed better in every outing and will 2. Singaluz $3
be honed to a fine edge by tour- First Double: 410
try-time., A ..,. '1 t - It .1,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,
. ,..11, 7,,,, 1 1"1, f1101,1 ,'1, r Mir& Rees
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'The Bu Idogs finished their 1. Takeaway $2.80
t
school competition with a thrilling No place betting. $
47-41 victory over Cristobal High.
The Bulldogs were behind several Fourth Race
1. pon Mantel $59.80, $1
2.Zia $3410
times during the night and dis display,ed
play,ed display,ed fine spirit in forging ahead
to take the game. Quiniela: $417.50

Me Balboa feam is capable4 of
giving any of the tearns entered
in the tournament trouble aplenty
if their two set aces, Lem Kirkland
and Tom Cunningham are hitting.
The fiw,ball handling and ball
stealing tactics of Johnnie Morris
has helped his club tremendously
during the year and will no doubt
agatn be an asset to the Red and
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The Balboa High School rostee
is listed, below:
Tom Cunningham, Bill Engelke,-
Charles ,French, Lem Kirkland,
John Morris, Gary Ness Doug Pa
jak, Lloyd Spradlin, Russ Stromt
berg; Larne, Womble.

Ike Chestnut Due
To Arrivi Tonight

For Santamaria Go

US featkenyeight Ike Chest Chestnut,
nut, Chestnut, who- fights Panama's un unbeaten
beaten unbeaten 126-poluld champion Jesus
Santamaria Sunday in ten tenroundor
roundor tenroundor at thg Colon Arena, is
expected to arrive at Tocuman
airport from Mexico at 10 o'clock
tonight.-
Chestnut had b e n scheduled
to roach the Isthmus 'Saturday
but has been Allayed.
Chestnut is ranked sixth among tint
best .120-pouders if th universe in
The Ring magazine. The NBA rated
Santemarie' tenth im to a law'Montits
age.
The scrappy US Negro lost a
vordict to Panama's than feather.
.weight champ Isidro Martinez
soma 10 months ago. Santantarta
4101110mi Mattinex by scoring a' TKO
MA Wit fight at A Arena law Jane.

IRISH IMPORT?
irorroN IlEATILI England
iUPI) -.6,' Farmer, Alf Clark said
esterdaylie has a non-conformist
ennamed, Bessie that had laid
g, gram egg daily for the past 41
days.' People' won't buy thetgreen
tggs, he said, so he eats; theft'
himaell.:. Clark said they taste
fine., gi

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, rt 1
Hard-riding Buil yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon shook off one of
Ma rare slumps by- riding 'S win winners
ners winners it the President Remon race racetrack,
track, racetrack, includineMpina in the Ata Atatured
tured Atatured $1,000 six furlongs dash for
first series imprted ,Ithormigh ,Ithormighbreds.
breds. ,Ithormighbreds. 1.2. 4
SaturdayiBaeti waa blanke'd
while Ms arch-rival Hellodora Gus Gustines
tines Gustines cleaned up with 3 winners
Yesterday was differeit story
and Braun was &Chic best. He
bad 7 mowits and lost only .with
Alan& de Arco, .which Jimmied
third and Nebrisca, which disap disappointed
pointed disappointed and wolitid up 'Nth in the
secondary attraction.--
Besides Alpina,- ;Itatzi scOred
winners Takeaway; Sober Sober'ringat
'ringat Sober'ringat and Grinadero. His ride on
Sober View and-Alpina Were masterpieces-
in which jockeyship was
probably the deciding favto4 Gut.'
tines and Romero klidalgo ;overe
the runnersup with4two'svins each.
Only five .horses started in the
feature. Aiming was the 'mutuels
favorite, Alpina the,second ehoice,
Critic third choise;andtHoman a
Horacio outsiders.
Baeza gor Alpine off 'to lin ex excellent
cellent excellent start then eased off the
pace while Homan and Critico hat hattied
tied hattied head and head for the lead.
Alcarat was also held off the
pace. Turning into. the' home;
stretch, Critic had taken a ma
lent over Homan with Alpinii now
third half length back and Al Alcaraz
caraz Alcaraz gaining faXt on the outside(
another half-length brhind -Alpine.
, Alpine took command awythe
field straightened out with Alcarat
about a ifack behind. Then both
Gustines, whO had the leg up on
Mcaraz, and Baeza -went to work
to the best of their ability and Al Alcaraz,
caraz, Alcaraz, a proven stronger finisher
than Alpina, could not gain an
ingh. Instead Alpina was seen to
gradually move-away and hit the
finish line three-quarters of a
length in frodt.
Alpine paid $5.80 to win This
was insignificant when compared
to Don Manuel's $59.80 win payoff
in the fourth race. The Don Manuel-Zia
Quiniela paid $417.20p---
kips for the weekend. Maglia's
$28.20 in the seventh rape waa the
wily other juicy win dividend.

No place betfini.
Fourth Race
1. Don Mantel $59.80, $9.40
2.Zia $34.20
Quint le: $417.50

Frfth Race
1.-- Titita 'PAO
No place betting.
Sixth Rico
1. Sober View $7.40, $3.40
2.Crews Hill $2.80
Seventh Race
1.Maglia $28.20, $9.80
2.,-Neefu1.$5.20
Second Doublo: $173.10
Eighth Race
1. Tingat $4.40. $2.80
2. Blanquita $3.80
Quin la: $9.60
Ninth Rano
L Lucho $8, $3.20
2. Gavilan $3.20
Ono4wo: $23.80
Tenth Rocc,
2. Alpina $5.80, $2.80
2. Alcaraz $2.130
Elovonth Roc
1. Granadero $360
2. Germanio
Ono-Two: $25.60

Three Shutouts
In IL Games
Over Weekend

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NEW YORK, May it (UPI)--Ed
Rokow, 'Christ' Short Short and Al
Jackson, a trio. of new pitchers in
the intematimial ,League this sea season,
son, season, all pitched shoutouts yester yesterday
day yesterday to' feature play in the triple-a
cireuit. b
Rokow, a 23-year-old righthand
er tip from Green Bay, tossed a
two-bitter in the nightcap to give
the Montreal Royals a doublehead doubleheader
er doubleheader sweep over the Rochester Red
Wings, 7-3 and 4,0.
Short, a 20-year-old footballer Just
sent down by the Philadelphia Phil
lies, spaced' out three hits as the
Buffalo Bisons gained if 1-0 victory
veto dm Toronto Nap le Leafs aft
outlasting -the! Leatil,' 12-10, in ,the
opener Of their Parini:411. , ,
,,Jacksonv a ,23-year-old southpaw
whn worked at Lincoln, Neb.:loot
seasni 4oled out four hits to give,
the' Columbus Jets o'-1-0 nightcap
victory "after the Rkhmond Virgi Virginians
nians Virginians had swirled a 3-2. victory, m
opener.
Havant made an' early lead. six
up for 'a 4-1 victory over Miami,
but the Marlina.bounced back, to
win the second 'game, 5-1, of their
doubleheader in other action,
Buffsloia sweep cut Maimi's first
place lead over the Bisons to three
games, while Montreal moved Alp
into s fourth-place tie with Toron
to be sweeping its games; Rich Richmond
mond Richmond remained in third place,' a
gams behind 1Suffolo and a h'itif
gams la boot al Toronto ad Mon

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Tooms IN Pct,,;.611 Teams Pc7,
Milwaukee k. -14 t 9 -009 Cleveland, 15 0 .023'
Los Angeles' 1- 18 ,12 571 Chicago ,.560 '114,
Cincinnati, 14, 11', .560 Baltimore : 14 12, '.538.,2
San Franeisel - 13 12 ,,.520 Washington 14.: 13 .519 2 e
Chicago 11, 14 14 'ZOO .2I Boston 4 4: 12 '12 -500 3
1Philadelphia ', 1I 13 AM 312 New -York '" '', 11 t 23 ''.".458 4
xPittliburgh-,, '1. 11.-12' 458. 3;4 KansacCity 11, -14 ".440 414-0
St. Louts,,s- 11' 18 .333 -7 Detroit---. 'VC...3W' 04-11
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'Muwatome a 'Chicago Only Game, Scheduled.
Philadelphia at Los Angeles (N) I
Pittsburgh at SansFranciscoAN) Yesterday's Results
Only Games Scheduled ' (First Gams)
, : Washingrion t' 000 000 102-4 11 If,
Yestortlari Rosults- New York 104'100 00x-6-1 0
(First Game) -Stobbs (1-3), Valentinetti,
Cincinnati -200 000 020.. 4 14 3 and Fitz Gerald. r
Milwaukee 202 001 07x-T12, 11 :I Ford (3-1), Duren and 'Berra.
Newcombe (1-4VM0o, ieffeotat ,'
and BalleY- 4-x (Second 'oamo) tt
Rush (2-0), MeMahotr.anfl Lope- Washington:, 000 100 100 0-2 5 1
ta. , New'York loo 000 1-311 0
- Pascual (2-3) and Porter.
(Second Gamer Larsen. Maas (2-2) and Berra. ,,
Cincinnati 010 000 000-1 8 1
Milwaukee '- 001 000 002-2 10 0' Kansas City 210 900 030-4 1 1
Nuxhall (1,-2) and Dotterel'. Detroit 003 121 00x-7 10 0
Willey (1-I) and Crandall. Terry (2-3), Daley, Mer Dick Dickson,ancl
son,ancl Dickson,ancl
(First Game) Foytack (1-4), Narlesld and Ber BerChicago
Chicago BerChicago 301 001 130 0140 12 1 beret.,
St. Louis 201 000 303 00-0,18 2
Hillman, Henry, Bobbie, Phil- (First, Game)
lips, Singleton (1-0) and Averill. Clev. I, 001.200 000 01-4 13
Mizell, Brosnan, Kellner, IV. Chicago 110 010 010 02-5 9 1
Smith, McDaniel and H. Smith. Grant, Brodofski (2-2) and-Nixon.-s;
, Pierce (4-2) and Lollar.
(SOcond Game )
Chicago 000 020.311-7 2 (Second Game) ,
St. Louis 202 000 202,-8 11 0 Cleveland) 00 000 000-4 4 0
Buzhardt, Singleton (1-1), Ander- Chicago 109 100 12z-5 13 0

son and Averill.
Broglie, Brosnan, Kellner, McDa McDaniel
niel McDaniel (2-4) and Green.
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(First' Game)
Philadelphia 000 006 000-6 10 2
Pittsburgh 100 000 200-3 10 0
Roberts (2-1), Farrell and Ho Hogan.
gan. Hogan. Friend (0-6), Blackburn, Smith
and Burgess.
theond Game)
Philadelphia 000 400 00-4 6 0
Pittsburgh 010 003 2x-6 10 0
Sempreck, Hearn Meyer and Tho Thom
m Thom as.
Haddix, Face -and 'FM les, Bur
gess.
(Suspended in 8th inning by Sun Sunday
day Sunday law).
Los Angeles 000'101 010-3 6 0
San Francisco 000 000 020-2 6'0

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By ALEX: KAHN,

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By ROBERT AMER
MONTE CARLO; Monaco,' t,UPI)
Jack Brabham,of.Australia held
off a late, challenge by Briter'S
Tony Brooks yesterday to win the
Monaco Grand Prix, the first ma major
jor major event of the 1959 automobile
racing season.
Brabham's Cooper was timed in
2 hours 55 minutes 32.3 seconds
for the 195.3 -mile race. Brooks,
in a Ferrari, iwas timed in 2:56:.
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The race Nei a personal tra tragedy
gedy tragedy for Britain's Stirling Moss,
whoke Cooper-Climax led until the
81st lap and seemed certain to
win.

With the crowd cheering, him
home, Moss luddeilly pulled into
the pits with mechanical trouble.
As Brabham and ,Brooks,ollashed
past him he made a' desperate ef effort
fort effort to re-Start the race, 'but his
car failed again, and heretired.
,
Trintignant Plicad Third
Third place' went tfA Maurice
Trintignant 'of France in-a- Coop-'
er Climax. His time was 2:55:52.1,
three laps behind.
The great effort,by Brooki to
catch Brabham oVer the iast 15
laps had the crowd sof more than
30,000, including', POnce 'Reflux
and Princess Grace,, on, its feet.
The other two flame-red Ferra Ferraris
ris Ferraris early dropped bad, hampered

Tomy'L' Tps Of 39,
Nminees -For

, INGLEWOOD, teat. (tPI) ;---
Kentuky Derby thampion Tom
Lee today ,headed 39 nominees
armounced for. the $100,000, CalliOt CalliOtnian,
nian, CalliOtnian, first of five illhundred grand"
races,iit Hollywood.)"ark,May 23.
' an& a'''sixteentit, Cali Californian
fornian Californian is ," a weight-for-age ;, race
and Alm precedent :of baying the
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set im.1955 .when SW&Pit achieved
the deat ; and set a., worldie rec record
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Californian,. Seaneeo and' Social
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ama. llama. money a winning champion
Round Table In taking. the race,
were arnong 'the -noinineec
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eluding Terrang, who won. the
Sant Anita Handicap; Hillsdale,
winner of the Santa Mgt Miituri Miiturity;
ty; Miiturity; Royal Living, winner: of the
San Juan Capistranor Silky Surd Surdvan,
van, Surdvan, ,winner of last Yo!ar'l Sal"
Anita Derby; oarid Oligarchy,
Winer '.01. the ',Widener Handicap
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Baltimore at Waahington (N)
Only Game Schedided 1
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(First Gams)
Washingrton 000 000 102-4 11 If,
New York 104'100 00x-6- .9 0
-Stobbs (1-3), Valentinetti,
and Fitz Gerald. r
Ford (3-1), Duren end Berra.
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Washiugton,.. 000 100' 100 0-2 5 1'.
New York elo loo 000 "7 0
7 Pascual (2-3) and Porter.
Larsen. Maas (2-2) and Berra.
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Kansas City 210 DO0 030-6 7 1
Detroit 003 121 00x-7 10 0
Terry (2-3), Daley, Mer Dick Dickson,and
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Foytack (1-4), Narlesld and Ber Berberet.,
beret., Berberet., (First, Gams)
Clev. 001400 000 01-4 13 2,k,,
Chicago 110 010 010 02-5 9 1
Grant, Brodoski (2-2) and-Nixons;
Pierce (4-2) and Lollar.

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Cleveland) 00 000 000-4 4 0
Chicago lo9 .100, 12z-5 13 0
GarCia 4042); Cicotte and Islixon.,.
Wynn' (4-2) and Battey,
(First Game)
Boston 000 100.010 1-3 7
Baltimore 100 010 000 0-2 6 0 :
, Brewer, Kiely )and Daly,, ,.
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Portoeirrero, Hershman (0-5),::
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Boston
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Baumann (2-0) and White. 4
Brown (4), E. Johnson and Trion
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Podres (4-2), Labine and Pigna Pignatano.
tano. Pignatano. McCormick (0-2), Miller and
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by the sharp turns of the twisting
circuit through ,the streets of
Monte Carlpt-
But Brooks, driving superbly;
inched clser to Brabhanr through throughout
out throughout the last 20 laps and was only7,
narrowly beaten at the 4inish
Brabham, who brke the lap
record with a thne of 1 mita
40.4 during the race, had never
before won a major automobile
race.
Only five of the 16 starters fin finished.
ished. finished. Fourth place went' to Phil
Hill 'of Los Angelis,' Calif., in a
Ferrari, three laps behind and :
fifth was Bruce McLaren of New
Zealand in a Cooper, four laps'
behind.

- A Thrilling Rae.
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The nce was thrilling from 'be 'beginning'
ginning' 'beginning' to end.
France!s Jean Behra in a Fetl--
rari made the early running with.
Moss, 'and led for the first 21
laps. He had to give up,' however.,
after breaking an oil pipe.
'' Moss took over the lead then,
and looked like a sure winner as
he opened up a one-minute lead
over Brabham. But 'mechanical
trouble put him out, and left the
way .copen for Brabham to score'
the first major victory e v e r
notched by an Australian in Grant'
Pkix racing.
Brabham's aiVerage speed for
the rade ,was $6.771 miles per
hour.

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Other stakes stars named in included
cluded included Amerigo, star of the recent',
Florida season; Bug Brush, speedy
mare which set a world's record:.
for a mile and an eighth at Santa,.
Anitat How Now; Japanese cham-;
pion Hakuchikara and such oilier
formidable contenders at AnisadO.:
Alhambra, Fleet Nasrullah Ant,-
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Battle Dance,
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running ,In 1954 when the track.'
conceived the race in the hope of
attracting Native Dancer west.:
The ,,lianderbilt star,. howevcru
broke down and the :face was.
won, ty Imbros with, Kentucky,
Derby winner Detertnine second.,
The following year Swaps scored
his "brilliant win but in 1950. he,
was k eated in the stretch tby, 01
Jockey Willie Shoemaker only to
have 'Porterhouse capture the'
race In the final jump,
In 195, Porterhouse was favordd
buk,,his Stiblemate. Social Climb.
ery ran down Round Table, 0,
the final eighth to win. Last year
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but Seaneen with a feathery 101
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Fox, Chicago 25 104 12 40 .385
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Phono Panama 24146 for'
information about Clas-:
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yea, bavt ,a -commercial
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IpPHILLIPS Mamma Coblies
luta Clara IL' de P. Mono Ptro Ptroue
ue Ptroue 14377 Cristeial 14471. t,
fostor cottages. Weevil Santa'
Clara and Rio Hato. New: IOW
rates. Phone Balboa
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- FOR RENTtNice four-bedroom
chalet, three baths, mairs MOM.
doble garage,' Go Ift Heights:
3160. PATTERSON, 1-1114,
FOR RENT--fompletely fur
nisheil ranch style 3 bedroom,
2 air-conditioned, lams yard,
94th St, Francisco; available for
three months as of Juno 1, Phone
3-3885.
FOR RENTp-Auno 20 to August
31, I bedroom furnished chile,
walking distance Golf course. use
of car to reliable Parte. Rent less
than cost. Tel. 3-5983.
MEMO
FOR RENT:---Large, comPlotelY
furnished house Post to 114 Can Cangreio,'
greio,' Cangreio,' three bedrooms, large
yard, covered patio lbohio) lune,
July and August. Calle 61 No. 2
Tel. 3-6055.
' 'Commercial Sites
FOR RENT 0t4' Prolesajonal or
commercial Him en ground floor
Edilicie Lima. comer Ave. Sal SalA
A SalA boa and Federico Boyd, 82 square
meters, 8125.00, Call Panama
3-7038.
FOR RENTOffico space in
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'modem business area. For com complete.
plete. complete. information call Panama l
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FOR RENT,:---Offics space in
"Glorie la Building" on street ad adloining
loining adloining Panama ,Hi 1ton Hotel.:
Please refer to Foto Milken (next
r, dor) or call Tel. 3-119 and e3:
t FOR RENT:---Store opposite Sta Stadium.
dium. Stadium. Enquire at "El Econemi.
- co", Q street. No.'21. Phone
0191.
FOR RENT:--tommorcial site
At ground floon-next, to'All Amor Amor'4
'4 Amor'4 icon Cables on L Stiost, two
a blocks Poirs lioteL Wool
rt location, Cusaloit and Real Real,i'
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HI-Fl. or RadioP Call U.S. TSUI TSUIVISION
VISION TSUIVISION Customer's satisfaction
Workmanship guarrantead. Fest
Home Soryice. Phone 3-7607
Panama. 10 s.mo. te 10 p.m.
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Prompt sCientific: treatment en
emergency or,Pmenthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Sortie,
Panama 34977 or Colon 1777.
WANTED. 1
J61,wiNTED, 'Maid, good
housekeeper. washer and
Excellent with, children. very
dependable. Tel. ,113-2244.
HERE'S THE FACTS
LONDON (1.1P1)'rhe Sunday
Pictorial reported an unnamed
time and motion gaudy which aid
the average typist spends 10 per
cent of her working day catting
or attending to her makeuP, 40
per cent "frittering away' the
time, and .50 per cent actually
typing.
Advertise in-,
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LIFE INSUFANCE
JIM RIDGE
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, Tel. Panama 14552
blonday thru rridny
II:00 cot. te 11:00
2:00 pale. to 1:00
Saturday: 0:00 ea. to 10:00 4
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11111e, 3111e11- 1113 111111er UieU nun -,- ,,,.., :, ., Tetrookevenowwwwww----------- agreement appears inflationar
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", -eel-3397 er 1-7259 es Dal- weck,,,, ,, : .......: opit public Steel.
. , ., heated arguments. the talks arill .'..,..,,
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, .. t, 1014719. '''' 4idd,, .: The ..unton ,cOmpleted the 'luta'
.10C.,WANTED: -,Maid. 11.0t1 ', , , Since be left his, Scottish bonie "d -Zt, ::.'w-,
.,,,. be held at the Hotel Roosevelt, ?,'
, phase of. ,the'''negotiations I a s t The wage talks will get under- site of joint bargaining talks in ..' ''
hiusekeeper. washer and ironer. -' -"., FOR SALEt-Runsbout,'i fiber- 17 yea,rs ago after' an argument ''' ' week. ill separate meetins with way against a background of ris- 1956. i,,,
Excellent- with, children, very .glausd,12 fti trailer,.',11 h.p. with; his father, Campbell has 12 major steel; companies.
lyindthursotruyghwiall fboaurt.. a general economic upswing.
ing production, near-record earn- ,:
dependable. Tel. 8S-2244. Evistrude, complete $450, 1951 been a laborer, barman, stunt
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HERE'S THE FACTS
: 2281 after 4 p.m., ,,., ince. .. - tai A. Reynolds of Pueblo and his ".'::'',
.4... man team, the companies nave The industry has 'proposed a
LONDON (UPI):--The Sunday --,",,-FOR'SALE;-11rand iew J. 'C. , v ... ,:.,
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two teen-aged sons saw a cow 7.,
Pictorial reported an unnamed 4, H2 2
etems heavy duty beat 'trials,. "I am looking ferward' to a new e ''. : NJ- -,,,. red i mud while they were i'..r.'
dividual contracts with the u. of halting inflation and nas ml--- n --
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time end motion stady which aid v life," he, said. "But I will never ,-i. out fishing,
After enlisting the aid 11
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. the. average typist spends, 10.Per: ',.
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cent of her working day eatting Jest Regular $379.95t .Ssis among the poor peopliOn 'London. ,, ; .,'..,.!44,',,Aril,didio: ,''?. II
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. ..: .. The union, terming the porpos- The. cow immediately lay down, ILA:,
' pey- cent Pfrittering, away'. the SUCK, S.A. Transisthmisst High'. like a,,goldfish which has been d -4,Y.:,- 1.,...: .44 I write a new agreement and iritrt al economic nonsense, has court and gkve butt to a calf. 'AJ-i,
time. and ;50 per cent actually , watt -,,, taken out' of its bowl and put in ..1..3,40, 1.3111,,151, -1: ;., r 1,1,,,:K,..Tgi..1... t e sixth post-war steel strike. ii, i
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for rates and intormtion '', ,,,'.: ',.;.,,''' '''' '' 1 rates 'Charged by, the 'govern- of. ,,i5. i4.4..'...,:., ..; .;i 44.,-:".: ,,.., "'N,;,,..,,,,,,.. ,,---.7,, .. e ..,,::,,,,:::!,::,::z'?:,,.i!':,Ati :::,,,c,:k.,4,o,,,41,:,,. . ..4..
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Ala cat. te ,11:00 ..' , EmpLoyES' FINANCE ca. ,,, rhons4 anytime !enema., ,,-,,-,....i, 0,,-. ,..,, itr.,.. 4,01-A.-- i based on a wage increase. . .,,,:it., ....:$:,:5,:.:'
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A Saturday: CIS &AL ta! MOO ..,' -,,Io'ot, RATEs VP TO MI Mo. , , ,,i, ..," ,,, ,,,,,. in.A.,,v,;.-.7,4 where the, public Is called upon lxvo,;,..,.;:.0.,,,,v,;t.::: .,,e, ,!....-4.::-':.:,::;4';e:-:;.:: fci,,i,,iti..,...k,..,..., :,.
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3-49114 3-4935 i .felt her last'. night-Lille tremors --, A ,: .rt., ..
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-"The: Worst-notices. sinee ,Judas into the: home of Frantesca Gua- front a -50-taliber machine gun.' Aisembled bny,,th 518th, it is vid J McD n Id. Others will be completeg reinforcement training this week with Special sers4, ....,,.,,,
' ', HOG-YON IscatioL"' said Osborne.,"There is dagnio .10",, blind ,,,, Innen, ,0.of 89, the first of its kind In the Caribbean Co d e e effective- 1 W. 'Abel, eseeeretary-treasurer of loes, Fort Clayton. Lt. Col. Blaine W. Butters is Shawn instruct-- 'ir, ,i,.,-,,
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d hmennlathe Engineers were the unison; Howard R. Hague, ing Ward on activities of IISARCARIB Special Services.,k,When., :...
' '" '' ' telleCtuallY eluipoed to review a stole her life savings et 1,320 and, is suppOrt 04 li? ;culvert, r.ftire4k.181, 3 mOr t Rio Hato. vioe
4th r li Prtailent, and unAorter J. not on active duty, Wittd is employed with:the Comptroller See, c L.,,
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- r02 RINT2iModoto 2 amoir000t
apartment lo El Cameral Do Dovolopotont.
volopotont. Dovolopotont. All scream! mod loot
wator Fortain itarti,
colon 4111 telopitono Panama 1-
,1946, after hoots. 3-6737.
' FOR- RENT:Moilern aml at.-
tractive tits-bedroom oportmoots
la new Rending,
G-I Strait,' El Congruity, with
hot- atoll coonections, loon:try
convonioncos, parogo. etc. For in information
formation information call Tel. 3-6634.
: FOR RENT: ---- Completely foe
nishod aoettmoilt, tomom
dor Avenue No. 30, opposite
BtitioR 'Embassy.
FOlt 0E141'3Vert cool and
comfortably famished 2 bedroom
apartment Campo Alegre,' near
Hotel Hilton. Het water, inde independent
pendent independent mald's room, garage.
Phone 3-5024. ,
FOR REhrrt-I-Apartostant at
Calsgraio,'t 3 -bedrooms, 2 bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, maid's room, stash tubs,
garage, hot wator,'315000. 014
ga Building, Eusebio A. Morales
Ammo: Enquire apartment 2
FOR RENT:--Apartments and
rooms. ,modern. independent.
"Davi lip' Sui !ding"' at Rio Ma Maio.
io. Maio. Phone 4-0553.
FOR RENT1 Campo fkkgre
furnished one bedroom apart.,
mem. now furniturei hot worm,
balcony, morale, Tel. 3-1'139.
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FOR RENT:-.-tursolshad' apart-,
mom, 2 bedroom, living-dining',
room, balcony, hot wator, oar.
ago. etc., 49th Street, Isabelita
House, 3140.00. Tel. 3-4994,,
(Mr. Sastre).
FOR RENT omplotely 4or 4ornished
nished 4ornished apartment with telephone.
Ono bedroom, living-dining room,
hitchons bath,' garage, laundry
lacilitiei.ISee it from 2 to 6 cm.
46 Strut No. 27, apartment 12.
FORRENTwr-Modern Duplex 2
bodroont, furnished, beautiful,
residential, conveniently located.
Call 3-4994, ',
,POR RENTC -g- Two bedroom
apartment with living-dining
room, large porch, large kitchen,
maid's room and garage. Also
, furnished or unfurnished one
bedroom apartment with hot
ivator, El Cawereio. Call 34453
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FOR,RENT;-o-Coot and comfort
Imparovs, apsystotot
N,,1, located IN 44 street, Rolla Vista,
suitablo for small family. For
formation please call 4-1455
during, hoUrs or 3-1933
, after.
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Room for rent from $12.00 to
$11.00. Apartment $25.00. 4th
Street,Rie Altaic Tolephone 4-
'1310.
FOR RENT:Vacation quarters.
4 to $opt. 1. Call 2-4319.
FOR RENT:--Clean furnished
root. Cooking facilities. Bachelor
or childless couple, 43rd Streit
No. I 3.
1,,,Bopts ,6. Motors
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4f011 SAM ,wL- Landing barge
, LCM6 with 2 gray m'aring diesel
- -motors 225 HP hull and imoters
in perfed condition.'' ,' APPI9
link Agencies. Telephone Pan Panama
ama Panama 3-3397 es 1-7259 as Bal Balt.
t. Balt. lea 3719.
FOR SALE:-.-Runabout, fiber fiber.glassed,
.glassed, fiber.glassed, 12 ft.,' trailer, t5 h.o.
Evintude, complete $450, 1951
Chrysler sedan, radio, good ton ton$400.00,
$400.00, ton$400.00, Call,- C14114011'
2281 after 4 p.m.
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, FOR SALE7,Brand new J. C.
4 Niggling heavy duty boat tralier.
',Independent torsion, bar wheel
lusponsion handles boat up to 17
Jest Regular $379.95t
price $248.00 SEARS ROE ROEBUCK,
BUCK, ROEBUCK, S.A. Transigthmiart
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FOR INFORMATION CALL 2
AUTOMOBILE 'FINANCE
,'qovernment tmoloves
t Service Personnel
k,Arhiance Your New
, t Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
-tow runs VP TO 36 Mo.
' on new eats
, AGENCY, DEHLINGER
No. 43 'Automobile how 1
Phone 8-4984 3-4985 t
All Types of Auto Insurance
BLASTS CRITICS
LONDON (UPI) "Angry
yount nun" John Osborne was
angry... With., newspaper, 4 crittts
yesterday, who panned his first
musical pity, "The World of Paul
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4"rbe: Worst -notices since Judas
Iscariot," said Osbornc,"Tbere is
'not one. daily 4rItleAn London In.
tellectually equipped to review, a
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, FOI SA1.13-04957 station wason,.,
fordomatic.- esliodir,' Pat'
sensor, radio $1$00.00. Tole.
phone 1-327t.'
FOR SALE: $1300.00 19S5
V-8 Ford Station Wagon. 9 pan.
in top conditioo. Can soo at
.1' 8020-C Margarita or oall 3.
2745.
FOR SALE:---1951 4 Jew barda
tell, 6 cyl. Chevrolet, power power.
. power. glide, radio, 5'04 Amon, 2.11271.
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FOR SALE).-1956 Chamistt
5.000 miles, 2 dooro,excellent
condition. duty paid,' Ca 11
7435. '"
FOR SALE: -.- 1958 Silver Woe
Chevrolet Impala, sport coupe,
V,8, power steering Istakes,,Om.
luxe radio, heater, whitir' side
walls, undercoated' 12000 'miles,
excellent condition, must' sell,
new $3,415.00 iny prig. $2,..
550.00. Call 08-460 Ft. Gulick,
FOR SALE:Aveilable ',tenant
4 1956 Fordomatic Country Sedan.
' Financed for Zone residents.
5300 down payment. Balboa 2-,
3050. oI
o,e.o.mwma,mowroa.
FOR SALE :-195 S graMedet
Bel-Air. cony. S. ewe Masi-tires
bat. practically stows .transitor,
radio, extra speaker, very Cleant
mecb, good. can finance. Qtrs.
89 gurundu Hts. Tel. 83-5139.
FOk SALC-4957 Hilimal 4,k
dooi,1 ins lowner,.,1400
Exteltaitt- 4,"ditivo $975. 824
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FOR SALE:--1957 Ford wagon,
6 cyl., standard; 16,000 miles;
quick sale, leaving for states,
Perfect contrition,,Balboa 1253.
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FOR 'SAI,G-1957 Chevrolet
Bel Air, 4 door, sedan. R H 6
cylinders', standard transmission,
61500. Rodman 3252, Sgt.. Bea Beason.
son. Beason. 4 '''
FOR SALE:-1951 Nash sedan,
clean $25.00e, Phone 24341,
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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1211. CR ISTOBAL.CZ.
PHONE OALBOA 3709
Mr: Albidi WilliantrPOwell
Calle 8 end' Central '.Avsnue
8103 Colon, toppecedly working
as shop freeman Terminal, Div).
ion; please get In touch Aviih
credit departmont of Com Admi4
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led controlled car. Tol. 3-0338, Panama.
British, Laborer
Returns' To- Lukur-y
'After Dad s Death
LONDON (UPI)--John Camp Campbell,
bell, Campbell, 40, a $28 a week government
messenger in London's East End,
prepared today to move into his
100-rootn house two castles and
365,000 acres o't land.
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Campbell became Lord Glen Glenorchy,
orchy, Glenorchy, the 10th Earl of Breadal Breadalbane,
bane, Breadalbane, when his father died last
week.
Since he Ieft his Scottish borne
17 years ago after' an argument
with, his father, Campbell has
been a laborer, barman, stunt
man, doorman and played the
bagpipes in a variety perform performance.
ance. performance.
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"I am looking forward to a new
life," he said. "But I will never
forget the friends I have t Made
among the poor people in 'London.
"I am afraid I shall feet' rather
like a goldfish which has ,been
taken out' of its bowl and 'kit In
the ocean."
$0.85 per col. inch
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Insurance Company
:MILITARY' PERSONNEL o,'
, Por, similar '' basic low NSLI
1, rates 'charged by tb 'govern 'govern,
, 'govern, men during W. W. NIL
1 4. rho:T4 anytime panam
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OUAKES1IOCk, TRIESTE ..
TRIESTE, Usti' (UPI) Two
strong earthquake ,' shocks '' were
felt ,her last' night-Line tremors
caused some alarni, but there
were no reports of casualties sr
damage., ' ,',, -, ;
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"MEAN ;, CRIMINALS" SOLIEHI.
' PALERMO, Sicily (UPI)Piiitre
southt yesterday two candidates
for the tetle of' "meanest trunk
nal of the, year." Two men broke
into the home of Frantesca Gua
dagn1,1 l'', blind ,,, woman, ,,'of 89,
knocked,. her.,. unconscious , and
stole her life savings et 320 and,
g gold ..WittCh. ,', ,: ,: ., ,- ,' ,,.

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POR SALE:v-41w safe manufacir
Mired by Herriog-Hall-Mgrolo
Safe Co. One (1) size. 16 locket)
, demi, 16 hmhes wide. 22 Indies
- high. Price 6100.00. Ono (IK
size 24 inches dose. 30 inches
' wide, 42 inches -lash. Prk(I
' 6185.00. excellent ;., conf
Contact Mr. Manning, Sears too, ;
buck. S.A. on tho Treasisthinipo
Highway. Phone 2-0931-
s.,1016 SALE:'S1 Buick Specials
'like Rill, all Mitres, ean Ito
.1k sanest 36' sect fisherman. ro,4
built 145 Chris Croft motor, less
than 200 hydraulie controk
; Ship to shomo auto. pile t deep;
, freeze. CaU Balboa 296. ;
FOR SALE:,4atemakor 434.
Speca' Graphic ;with accosserios
One 240mm Tele Alton lena on
Graphic lanabearrie Cali .Aliorook
06-72911 seenings, 116-5126
dutv hours. tig
FOR SALEs.--ukirplano HP,126
Cessna 1140, 2 plact,,119 HP, Co. 4
Ion aimort, Ph. Cristobal 34942
or Gamboa 6-222.
FOR SALE:-....0-e Collins trans-.
"Mittur Model 31V-1 and one
Collins Receiver Model 75A1 in
; perfect operating conslition; Call
Rasif G. de ParestelOanama 2-
0600, during office ow or 3.
3074 after 6:00 pAst.'
, : $,0
FOR SALE:-.-N;sstinglionse re.
frigeratoN 9 cu. ft, oinfPlotor,
S35.00. 'Droner whb -mirror
$6.00. 11 t I 81
St0.00, Call Balboa 4370.
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FOR SA1.13:-.-' White picket' fence
for Duplex. See at I542-A, Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, cheap, phone 25-3797.
FOR SALCAutomatic washing
machine? nowt 60, 'emit Von.
Good emsdition. 685.00. Tel. l
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Wanted to Kly
WANTED TO SUIttCor
good inockailcal condition4300.
S400 caolo,Colt Panama' 141 E
Help W6nted
American family requires services
of good cook; who will also clean
and froet:,,BrintkArefarancase te I
searfelsef 'lase lending,
cardo Arias -Street, Campo Also
vo.
"Americanheftily requires hob?
maid with geed referencia, Mot
sleep in. Aparhnint Air Plaza
Building, Ricardo Arlas,Iptreet,
Campo Alegre,
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TITO ,GIViS l'AANKS o
LONDON WM) Prestaht
Tito of Yugoslavia has Nritten his
thanks to a Paris hospital lot its
"extraordinary" cures of jive
Yugoslaw Scientists whO were in injured
jured injured by inassiVcdorises of radia radiation.
tion. radiation. Belgradt0 Radio said 'that
Tito expressed profound gratitude
to the Curie Foundation Hospital
for treating the scientists who re received
ceived received deadly doses of radiotion
in an explosion at a Yugoslav ex experimental
perimental experimental atomic reactor sta station.
tion. station. The men returned home
some Weeks ago. A sixth scientist
Injured in the accultnt died in
Paris.
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hat),: Pert' Robbe,,, tighten final bolts on one of the largest
and most dangerous, snakes' in the world. The. snake is s 420-
)toot deMolition snake and weighs 9000 ;pounds, of which 4500.
pounds are .explosives.,. Towed.or shoved by a, tank, it is used
to detonator mine' fields. Tha snake itself is set off by fire
trent a 50:ealiber machine gun.' aisembled by the 518th, it is
the first of Its kind fn the Caribbean Command, The effective effective.
. effective. nes& of ,the shake was. demonstrated when- the Engineers were
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:t., POIeSAI.COsp- uilmori get.
I pc. S175.00; Doable bed with
- lubber Foam ,istattreses $115.00;
:. ow- dinin teem SO. $115.00
Call Tel. 3-7990..
FOR SALEs-.-Antombtic Mot gat
It washer, like ROW. twat offar Call
Albrook 7213..
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-'11011' SAILIEt---Two dining MOM
welsoght hoe kat, 815.00-
rrt steal 815.00. Both
827.00, Girl's 27 "Weatarn fly flyK''
K'' flyK'' or" bike $15.00. Balboa 2409.
"OR SALIE:-9 au.'itt.,,,Viesting au.'itt.,,,Viesting,:
,: au.'itt.,,,Viesting,: house refrigerator, all porcelain,
:assailant: aondition; Bldg. 42-D,
''i Diablo Re., phone 2-3180.
SALL-111muliii automatie
.-44veastier $60.00,' call Navy 3536.
t FOR SALE ,-- d, mattress,
itidio-record player,
Toaster, upholstered
Mar, statfts made, $50.00. Mar.
ble-topped table and chairs,
,,e4S.00. Co6mice, benches. kit.
chen tonsils, miscellaneous.
,Phone Balboa 1109, House
'1'143144 Frangipani-.
A 4 it
4ALIE: hutentatis
yWashlog machine, Fdeldaire all
::portelaig, first 125. takes lt,
hareeitt,' Am. Per 35-lt
ander;
FOR SALIE:.Wassinghouse
frigerator $50,00, Booths auto autoMaticwash
Maticwash autoMaticwash machine $115.00,11
---' Venetian blinds. $21.00, fan
$10.00..To lapbeno Balboa 4257.
FOR SALE: Imprint Batts
living room, d strand $250.00t
like new, bedroom set $17500
Magic Chef stove $65.00, studio.
coach, Simmons bed $50,00.
Cubs Aye, and 25th Strut No.
5-16 apalment 201.
FOR SALEr-'-tivingroom set. Call
Panama 3-5319 er 3-1012.
BritailisAgroes
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LONDON, May 11 B
tab" amiounced today it has a agreed
greed agreed to send military aircraft
to the Iraki government ot Pre-.
mier,Abdekitarim,ICassem.
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tor Foreign
Affairs John Profumo told par parliame,n
liame,n parliame,n Britain hal agreed to the
shipment of a "limited number"
of twin-jet Canberra bombers "ef
financial accapgements could be
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automatie
all Navy 3536.
mattress,
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greed to send
to the Iraki gc
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Affairs John P
liame,n Britain
shipment of a
of twin-jet ChM
financial arrani
made."
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, ready to aut
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lig quantity" of ot
its ing tanks, Profu
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in- arms shipments
ia- made hi Baghc
nit officials and tit
de sadot
till
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:on was apparently
...x- r- of secret e:
ta- Britain and Mid
ne The prospect
ist der Communist
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the Iraqi government that it was
,ready to authorize negotitions
tor the delivery Of "a reasonable
quantity" of other arms, includ including
ing including tanks, Profumo said.
Ile said negotiations for the
arms shipments are now being
made in Baghdad between ;Iraqi
officials and the Britiab Althea.'
sadot A A,
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'The decision to supply the arms
was apparently made after a flurr-
of secret exchanges between
Britain and Middle East countries.
1 The prospect of Irak falling-un- r,
der Communist demonation,,was
believed to have been a prime ''
consideration in the decision.

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utmost oppoftonity to onergetie
caterer or (tailor. C. S. Bell,
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CONTRIBUTOR Singei Pat
Boone will receive the annual
"Inter-Faith Award" in Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore June 9. The award, given
ito a person "who has contrib contribMed
Med contribMed MU& t the betterment of
inankitid," is sponsored jointlY
,by, the Knights of Columbus,
Bound Shrine and B'nal B'rith.

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'NEW YORK (UPI) Bargain Bargaining
ing Bargaining teams, representing the steel
industry and the United Steep
workers Union get down to brass
tacks wage talks later today a against
gainst against a background of possible
government intervention if a new
agreement appears inflationary.
The union qompleted the initial
phase of the'negotiations last
week. in, separate meetins loath
12 major Ana companies.
Althnugh the industry will bar bargain
gain bargain collectively through a four fourman
man fourman team, the companies nave
emphasized that they will sign in individual
dividual individual contracts with the u union.
nion. union. The two four-man teams will
have until midnight June 30 to
write a new agreement and avtrt
the sixth post-war steel strike.
The current three-year agreement
covring 500,000 steelworkers was
signed in 1956 after a five-week
strike.
Sen. Jacob IC. Java! (R 11.1)
urged President Eisenhower today
to call management and labor
leaders to the White House And
"talk turkey to them" in the z
vent of any danger of a steel
price boost resulting from a
wage Increase.
Javits said on a New York
state television program that the
steel industry was "entitled to
operate at ,a profit," but the clues cluestion
tion cluestion was "whether it its a ressol,
able profit."
"If you face the danger of a
price increase in steel which is
based on a wage increase.
where tho, public is called upon
to pay the tariff, I certainly
would hope that the President
would tall the parties into the
White .11outte. .and really talk
turkey to them," said Javits.
Eisenhower said recently that
the government could not stand
idly by and let the steel industry
4and' the' union agree on a wage
contract that would touch off a
tnew round of inflation.
The union bargaining team will
b headed by USW President Da
vid J.N McDonald. Others will be
W. Abel, secretary-treasurer of
the unison; Howard R. Hague,
sloe preahtent, and ArNw J.
Goldberg, banal musk

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Q. I AM 1111 Air Force master
sergeant, with a youngster in
school. Upon our return to the
states we will 'have $4,000- to in invewt
vewt invewt either in a home and-or Sd Sdcuritiesi
curitiesi Sdcuritiesi vrith $25 $30 available
each month for the same program.
larould you recommend placing the
entire $4,000 la a home or cpht cphtting
ting cphtting it? ,,,
A. As- of- the moment, would
strongly. recommend putting that
$4,000into an insured saving ac account.
count. account. ,
There's no point to committing
your funds in any investment pro program
gram program if you have home buying
in mind. As of the moment yoit
can't tell what your investment
will be worth when you start look looking
ing looking for a home. Nor can you tell
how much you will have to pay.
Nor can you tell how much of
a down payment you will require.
With all these unkowns facing
you, I should think you'd want to
keep your money, in insured sav-
logs. -At least you will know to
a penny how much you have to
work with.
, Time enough for investing any
surplus funds after you've steeled
the home issue.
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Q. Will you please sena ine
list of, low priced utilities' paying
dividends I ball $1,000 to in invest.
vest. invest. I have some Standard Oil
of N. J., which ,is down, and some
Public Service of N.J., which is
higher.
A. If you have $1,000 to invest
and want. say 412 to fiveper cent
on your money, what difference
does it make whether you get the
$45 or $50 a year from 10 shares
of stock or from 10?
Your own experience with Pub Public
lic Public Service should prove to you
that its quality that counts, not
quantity.
I wouldn't take any loss in Jer Jersey
sey Jersey Standard. That c o,m pany
wasn't built in a year; rand one
poor year 'Won't' undo bithet,
Q. If I own HO shares of a
stock split three for one, does 1,:ly
equity remain the same? Would
dividends be paid on 100 or 300
shres?
A. Your equity in the corpora corporation
tion corporation remains the same.
YOul WOuld -receive dividends ea
300 sharevlout ,most likely less
per share than on the 100 shares.
However, your total dividend in income
come income very often would be larger
than before the split.
(In a recent column, It ills
pointed out that all savings and
loans with the word "federal" in
their title are insured by the Fe-,
deral SavAlgs apd toairjnsur,ancli
Corp., a governmnt' agency. Thiar
is, true, It ls also true,That statei
chartered associations, without the
word "federal' in their title, may
also come under
Re Conrad 'Cooper, executive
vice president' of U.S. Steel, wilt
head the'industry team:'He will
be assisted by R. Heath Larry,
vice president of the U.S. Steci;
John Morse, general counsel of
Bethlehem Steel, and H: C. Lef Lefty
ty Lefty Luznb, general counsel of Re Republic
public Republic Steel.
The wage talks will get under underway
way underway against a background of ris rising
ing rising production, near-record earn earnings
ings earnings of the steel companies, and
a general economic upswing.
The industry has proposed a
one-year wage freeze as a means
of halting inflation and nas
shown signs of being prepared to
back this stand at any cost.
The union, terming the porpos porposal
al porposal economic nonsense, has court

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not on active duty, Iliad is employed with the Comptroller Sotb
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Amer Cyanamid
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Arkansas Fuel
.AVCO Mfg
Beth Steel
Bellinger Corp
Bicroft Uranium
British Pet
Burroughs
Canadian Bag.
Cerro de Pasco
Chicago Great Wed
Chrysler
Cities Service
Coastal Carib.
Colgate Palmolive
Creole Pet
Crown Cork and Seal
Cuban Venewelan 011
Du Pont, 's
El PassNaltural Gas
Fairchild' Engine
Fargo,011
Felmont- Pet
General Dynamics
General Electric
General Motors
General Plywood
Gull Oil
Harsco Steel
' Hayden 6 Newport
Imperial Oil
Intl Pet
Lorillard
Martin Co.
New Eng Tel and Tel
Northrop Mr
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Pancoastal
rasylsrael'
Pantepec Oil
Phillips Pet
Pure Oil
RCA
Reynolds Metal
Royal Dutch Shell
San Jacinto
Shell Transp
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Sinclair Oil
Socony MoNie
Sperry Rand
Standard Oh NJ
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Studebaker-Packard
Superior Oil,
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news agency Tess today re.
ported.Mogaw's theatrical eels.
Ilea 'held '11,,osairee' in honor es
Willie mShakespeare last night.
It said scenes from Hamlet, Mae.
beth and Coriolanus were, per.
formed for an audience including e
American tourists.

tered with demands for substan
tial wigp,,'Increases and changes
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nion and industry clashed on a
number of points and some of the r,Tr
indivisidual meetings brokde up in 4:
heated arguments. the talks will ,,,,
be held at the Hotel Roosevelt, 71
site of joint bargaining talks in
1958.

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lite first round of the Jnvenia
Watch Invitational golf match
play chimpionships was completed
over the week end at Summit
There were no major upsets but
there was a little surprise over
outcome of two of the matches in
ale ehampionsnip flight Two of the
tree youngsters in tbe flight were
eliminated.
Jimmy DesLondes Jr. bowed to
veteran Jim Hinide, 4 and 3, and
Tommy Jacks squeaked past Jeff
Kline I up. Lco Dehlinger was the
ordy youngster left in the flight and
he just did get by J. R. Olsen.
Medalist Tony Jankus shot a
match play 69 to erase Webb
Hearne; Vince Lombroia nosed out
J. Crichton and George Riley won
by default from D. McConkey.
Then three Summit players will
iontinue in the' upper bracket along
witb Hinkle. Panama has two play
erg in the lower bracket, Jacks and
Deh linger. The other two are Ani Anibal
bal Anibal Galindo of Brazos Brook and
Marvin Chadwick of Gamboa.
In the first flight another young youngster,
ster, youngster, Babe Marquard of Brazos
Brook was eliminated by Frank
Day. Marquard blew up after hav having
ing having Day three'down and four to go.
In the second flight Summit wlill
not have a representative from her
on out. Bill Jamison was the only
player of the host club in the flight
and he bowed out in a tight match
whicb was decided on the 19th hole.
In the women's flight where han handicaps
dicaps handicaps are used, medalist Edith
Mathison bad to go 19 holes to beat
Pat Waring. Julia Hardin got by
B. J. Nelsen, 1 uo; Helen Stempel
defeated Helen Thompson, 2 un, a
Pearl Trim defeated Editta Man ManBig,
Big, ManBig, 3 and 2, in the upper bracket.
In the lower bracket of the cham championship
pionship championship flight. Alyce French,
Louise Jones. Connie Bishop and
Ethel Perantie survived, -
This results of the 'matches follow:

Woman
Championship F ight
(Upper Bracket)
Edith Mathieson over Pat War Waring,
ing, Waring, 1 up-19 holes
Julia Hardin over B. J. Nelson;
1 tip
, Helen Stempel over Helen ThomP
Ion, 2 up
Pearl Trim over Eddita Mannix;
3 and 2
f Lower Bracket)
Ay Ice French over Eve Wright,
S and 2
Louise Vonit oar ark2lutirAcrior ci,
4 Lao 3
Connie Bishop over Harriet Ser Serger
ger Serger by default
Ethel Perantie over Tiobbie'
Hughes, 5 and 4
First Flight
(Lippe Bracket)
Bev Differ over Wilma Riley, 4.
and 3
Mebs Ausnekmerivv,er tiellofqt
tic 2 up
Mebs Ausnehmer over Elenor
Borgis, 2 up
Pauline Zon over Faye Day, 4
and 3
Jay McDonald over Eve Mon Monteath,
teath, Monteath, 1 tin
(Lowor,Bracke)
Ruth Rigney,2 and 1 in .36'hole
Velte Sharp over.Jean Sullivan,,
1 and 1
Betty Coleman over Ruth Walla Wallace.
ce. Wallace. 3 and 1
' Doris Leeser over Maxine Hood,
by default.
Mon
moionship. ight
, (Upper Bracket).
Tony Jankus (Summit) 6ver We
Hearn (Panama) 5 arid 3
Vince Lombroia (Summit) over
J. Crichton (Panama) 1 up
George Riley (Summit) over D.
McConkey (Amador) by default
Jim Hinkle (Panama) otter J. L.
DesLondes Jr. (Panama) 4 And
(Lowe Bracket)
Anibal Galindo (Brazos) over A
S., Stubbs, (Amador) 2 and 1
'Tommy Jacks (Panama over
Jeff Lline (Panama 1 up

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For the 12th consecutive year,
t .,.,:
ti- Francisco Brown, one-time Paha Pahama
ma Pahama basketball great, conducted the
,.. Cristobal-Colon Rotary Club's soft softt
t softt ball to a successful finish. Brown
i '; in his endeavor to embrace as tha thak;
k; thak; ny youngsters as possible, divided
i, his over 350 applicants into four
vi, divisions, namely, Class A, Class
fi RClass C and Clair; D.
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, f,, t The Class A Division had tour
.,,. eams, Class B, 7; Class C 5 and
t Class D, 4. Most of the games in
;' this 20-league set-up were played
i on the Guardia Nacional Play
,; Y 'ground. Prior to this,.Brown hri
k t' to be transferring his boys to any
i4'. i... available playgroung but thatiks
f,'; tti his untiring efforts, perMission
, 2 ." was- granted fOr the final play play!,
!, play!, ) field.
' ,,'' The Rotary Club sponsors this
' league every under its Program tor
i Combating Juvenile Delingquency
,,' , Lb 'this city. Several business cs
' tablishmenta and steamship com coml.,:
l.,: coml.,: ,. genies are represented by the team
1 ,,,,,.. comprising the four divisions:
. ::. "'At the conclusion of this year's
; imhedule, the ismer' and cham cham,t,,
,t,, cham,t,, ,, ', IRON went'
' ii .' -." : fl) Class A Ferule and Com.
, i ploy with United Fruit second
e ..' k (2) Class B Panama Agencies
; ,' With Tropical Radio second
k ', (3) Class C Coca Cola King
' witkilotel Washington second
, (4 Class D re Cola with
' : 111. t Needles second.

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'Mary Chad Wick (Gamboa) over
Dr. Massa (Panama) 3 And 2
Lso Deblingcr (Panama). over
a. R. Olsen (Panama) 1 up
First Flight
(Upper Bracket)
Beeson.(Panama).over Han
vey Beall (Panama) 3 and 2
Howard Engelke (Gamboa) over
Jack Lally (p-anama) and 2
Frank Day (Summit)-over Babe
Marquard (Brazos) 1 up
Al Saarinen (Pall,anta) over Bob
Medinger (Panama) 2 and'
(Lower !thicket)
H. I. Perantie, (GaMboa) over
Sam Garriel (Amador) by'default
Bot, Collins (Summit) over E. E.
Compton (Brazos) up
,Idek Smith (Summit) over M.
V. Smith (Rodman) 4 and 3
J I. Kincaid (Panam'oer Paul
Meran (Pantinal 4 and 2
&viand Flight
(Upper Bracket)
Pcte Hale (Davis) oYer Bob Dill.
cr (Amador) 3 and 1 1
J. F. Cain (Amador) over Bill
Jamison (Summit) 1 up-19 holes
B, Dorfman (Amador) over
Charlie Frerich,(Amader) 3 and 2
Walter Grow 4Amador) over E.
W Best (Arriador) 3 and:2
Lower Bracke)
H. R. Terry (Amador) over J. H.
Wittrup (Amador) 3 and 1
R. Wickenstad (Davis) over Bob
Bowen (Panama) 1 up
E, P. Ellis (Rodman). over Carl
Serger (Amador) 1 up-49 holes
Dale Bishop(Amador)over J. R.
Smith (Rodman) 4,and"3
Third Flight
(Uppar Bracket)
K. Baldwin (Panama) over W.
Kennedy (Amador) 2 and 1
John Zelnick (Summit) over A.
Tapia (Panama) 1 up
. Charles Sorrell, (Amador) over
Leo Eberenz (Summit) 1,up
G. Nelson (Summit) over Bill Ba
ley (Summit) 2 up
Lower Bracket).
LaChapelle (Summit) Over
Juan Correa (Panama) 5 and 4
A. Monteath (Amador) over C.
E. Bowden 1 up-19 holes
, Bud-,Myertr (Summit). ot,er H. P.
'Osborne (Amador) 1 up-19 holes
BoboDavis (Panama)over W. V.
Butier (Amador) 2 up
Fourth Fligth
(Upper Bracket)
W. Swenson (Panama) over A.
T. Vangelder by default
Joe Eddleman (Rodman) over A.
Frauenbelm (Amadot) 1 up
112141111011 11 Met tkil Eider) over
Jim Riley Jr. (Summit) 4 and 3
J. E. Lawson,(Amador) over R.
D. Gangle (Amador) by default
'Mower Bracket)
.11. Biagi (Rodman) over R. Ran-,
kin (Rodman) by default
T. T. DnoVan (AmIdor) over D.
A. Myers (Rodman) 7 and 6
hol.'L. Ogden (Amador) over Mick
ey 10110011s (liteentem). 1 ftdp
kg, T. Melatisons(Amsedbre) over Fred
Hayes (Susvroit),4,se r
Fifth Flight)...
" .(thooer Bracket)
D. Rudy (Summit) over iJi Sipe
(Rodman) 7 and 5
D. Danielson (Davis) over Les
Hummel4Summit) 5 and 4
Anderson 4Summit) over
C. L. Stempel (Amador) 2 up
H, :J. Rosen (Panama) over J.
R. McClain (Pansma) 3 and 2
(Lower Bracket)
R. D. Michel (Summit) over D.
P. Hutchinson (Amador) 4 and 2
H. W. Finn (Amador) over D.
IS. Studebaker (Rociman) 2 up
So.& ;Bissell ,(SuMmit), over11.
Kascher (Panarna).11rup,
Bert Mallory Jr. -(Amador) over
M. Wheeler Jr. (Amador).7 and 6
The pairings for the second round
will appear in tomorrow's paper.
All second round matches must be
completed by,six4,'clock May 17.

tolitiHanier ntio
ranflurp naliA1
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DAIJMOS. Nei Title
Thoquiis oir Loney and
HarPer,'' representing' the Camp
Bierd Club of the Atlantic Side yes yesterday
terday yesterday captured the doubles tennis
title. when they ;defeated ,the Pineui-Hele
team 7-5, 5-7, 7-5 at the
Olympic tennis courts in Panama
City.
Thh 'vletory ,Ith4 t Atlantic
side a clean sweep of the tousle tousleinent,
inent, tousleinent, which proved a big success
from all standpointi. -The tourney
drew participation from several
Canal Zone towns and through throughout
out throughout the Republie, likewise a legion
of --tennis- enthusiasts from all
parts of the Cotintry.
The fertylodd- participating wend wendera
era wendera hid tehmselves well prepared
for the gruelling test as ,couid be
attested by the keen-rivalry offered
during the singles and doubles ea
paign. In many instances k would
have appeared possible that an uo
derdog would have conquered a top
favorite, taking him to the wire be before
fore before the decisive point.'
Albert Loney, while taking tht
singles crown, experienced stub stubborn
born stubborn rivalry from ',such stalwarts
as Rernen Jimenez, William Hele
and Richard-Pincus, whom he met
in the finals. The same was thew
cage in thedeubles air the- Atlantic
Side lads were well stretched by
'Carlos Eleta-and Juan Fernandez
in the semifinals of the doubles be before
fore before they were able to win 8-6, 07.
Players who performed credit creditably
ably creditably included Carlton Taft, Hink Hinkley
ley Hinkley Dunn, SAtelfir, 11, Nesbitt, Car Carlos
los Carlos Eleta, Melford Abraham, Hans
1 Nesentanill Ifele4re antRiched
Pincus.
Prizes for the tournament were
furnished by the Omphroy Auto
Supply and the Almaoen Batan of
PanamirCity.'

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GARY ALEXANDER (left): receives 'Elks National:Youth Day
Best Player Award from: Exalted Ruler Bernard:WOods (center)
as Stu Brown, YOuth Director: of B.PG.E. Lodge. 1414 looks, on
(right). Gary W9.1 hWardtd 41e ,,trOPhr In recognition of his per performance
formance performance in the 'Yonth Day baslotball,game between the C. Z.
Junior College and Cristobal High. held at the Balboa G,gm on
Mav ist. The winner was selected by votes cast by Lodge 1414
members present at the 'game'.

: : i', f, d ty 4

JOE WILLA:MS.

1
In any controversy inyolying the 1
National Boxing Aim., attd! asfighir 1
er, this department is Atutern atm, A
ally disposed to side with ,the i
fighter, even if it's Sugar Ray Ro- I
binson.
.
In this instance it is' not that I
we esteem Robinson more, but the
NBA (nothing but, air), less., Of (
course, Robinson should fish or
cut bait, defend his gnificiteycight
championship or retire, but not
necessarily at the command of a l
discredited group. 1
Everybody came out of the bat- 1
tle of bunk in ,Indianapolis with 1
diminished respect, the NBA wad-
ers with virtually none. When
they sanctioned Nithout, even to token
ken token investigation, a promotion in
which the chaintlibnlemanager
worked both sides bf the', 'secret,
they could not have done more to
lend credence to the welter or sus-
picion in which the battered old
sport wallows, or delivered a more I
crippling blow to public confid confid,
, confid, ence.
The Pattermir Aon(lon thing
must have looked' eviirewngser in
the TV flickers than inthe,Lesh.
.Most viewers, we were to learn,
not only found it dismally dull, but
questioned the legitimacy of cer certain
tain certain aspects. Had Patterson car carried
ried carried the British beef eate r?
Coudn't he have finished the
bloke much earl? ''' '''...
Considering the corialls'clorriim corialls'clorriimstances,
stances, corialls'clorriimstances, we think virreasdflable to
answer both questions in the af affirmative.
firmative. affirmative. A quick finish obvious
ly would not serve the purpose of
a competitive workout for a ring ringrusty
rusty ringrusty champion, and after all it
was the champioigs pager, Cus
D'Amato, who liaeddLopcion
staffed the Birtishee calm, .an
paid hi m$60,001? plusr $14,00d in
expenses.
,Patterson was 10-1 favorite, a
price which normally precludes
betting. Yet there was, compara comparatively
tively comparatively speaking, considerable bet
ling. We say comparatively be-
cause with Radenticher-and ,Cut
'N' Shoot.
We have personable 'knowiledga
of three bets, all identicaleven
money that the well-larded .visitbr
would go at least eight' rounds.
A tempting price, in view of the
fact that London, ,so lightly re-,
garded in his -641 li tbuntry," the'
British overlords of boxing refused
to certify him ae, ajtopert 4411'-
lenger, wa not' 4kototed to-list,
more than two or three rounds.
,
Won Their Bets
This was not smart money bet betting
ting betting in the sense that the fumes-.
ful invsetors had,' a sure thing
going for them, and knewoit in
advance. It was perspicacious bet betting
ting betting based on what almost cert certainly
ainly certainly had to happen, if the pur purpose
pose purpose of the thing was fulfilled and
the proposterous guarantee Justif Justified.
ied. Justified. London excited so little -inter-
est, a situation ready made for a
betting coup of magnitude could
not be exploited'''. ,. .--,
The day after the thing, a kaow kaowing
ing kaowing Chicagoan said), ."Don't you
find it interesting that London
lasted longer than Cockell?". ,.
not being WO bright, it took some
time for the message to penetrate.
Don Cockell, another Britisher, had
lasted only nine' rounds ,against
Rocky Mercian. London-, hadn't
gone out until the alth., ,.
The inference- was ,clear enougn.
London had been charitably per perMitted
Mitted perMitted to tarry 'lager than Cocitell.
Tbus he'd shame his backliome
denouncers and add a 'little to 1-4
stature. To suggest, however, that.
the highest-paid spardng ,partner
in history needed help ,, along. the
way. Melt, that just wouldn't.
be cricket, would it? For sure,' it
wasn't prize fighting, ,. 2
Bleh, Blah Blab. ,
To get Nook to Sugar lay. He
says, come' whaiZltx., he'll-never
fight again in Nei ca. "Some of
us who saw his myb..,ngng endow..
vors against Joey Man. 4.-Ind dene
Fullmer woold feel vasuy mon
relieved if hi put that io writing,
and -hid it notarized.

Carmen .Basiliot "I want rto
give kat guy a. chance to4ight
with II hands, instead of hts
mouth". .That shouldn't be
hard to do. We get the distinct
impression Basilio is chasing him,
and he's running away.,
Robinson's preference Is a soft softer
er softer touch, one Gus Scholz,. of Ger Germany,
many, Germany, who could also help bully bullyhoolAhe4ghter's
hoolAhe4ghter's bullyhoolAhe4ghter's pxopased lbCalx40-
al tour abroad. And, if the State
Department doesn't take steps,
this could set back international
goodwill by a century. As for
the NBA characters, the Sugar
Man should worry. ge can always
see their boss, D'Amato.

Dupas-Scolt Bout
At (Maio Only
TV Match Of Week

NEW YORK (UPI) Welter Welterweight,
weight, Welterweight, ;contenders, R alphf Muplis
Of New Orleans and Charley Scott
of Philadelphia will fight at the
Chicago Stadium Wednesday night
in the only Tv about on this
week's boxing schedule.
Although Dupas is ranked sec second
ond second by th: National Boxing Asso Association,
ciation, Association, and Suitt seventh, bet betting,
ting, betting, is at "even money." Scott,
coming along rapidly, was im impressive
pressive impressive in his last two bouts,
both, with Isaac Logart. He out outpointed
pointed outpointed the Cuban and on April 3
stopped him in the third round.
At London Tuesday night, mid middleweight
dleweight middleweight Randy Sandy of New
York'. will try to prove that ids.
widely disputed decision over Dick
Tiger, British Empire champion,
on March 19 was deserved..
They meet in a return 10-round
bout at London's Wembley Arena.
Their March fight was at Limn
pool, England.
, Ott the Sandy-Tigeeard, Dave
Charnley of England will trv to
take .-the Britiah Empire light lightweight
weight lightweight crown from Willie, ,Toweel
of South' Afriek.
This, too, is a return bout.
Toweel outpointed Charnley at
London in July 1957; but Charnley
,has improved so much since ,then
e will 'be favored 'Tuesday.
The week's boxing schedu'4
-
ncludes:
MondayNeiv York''(St; Nick s)
Wilfie GreaVes-vs. Victor Sala Salazar.
zar. Salazar. Providence, R. I.
Greene vs. Charlie Davis. Phila PhiladelphiaEddie
delphiaEddie PhiladelphiaEddie Woods vs. Charley
Castile. BaltimoreWarnell Les'er
vs. Young Beau' Zack. Montreal,
QacMarcel Plan fs., Billy Pick Pickett.
ett. Pickett. ParisAlphonse' 173..
Al Asuncion (non-title).
Tuesday London Randy
Sandy vol. Dick Tiger and Dave
Charnley vs. Willie Toweel. rort rortland;
land; rortland; Ote.Pat McMurtry vs: Gar Garvan
van Garvan Sawyer. Ricbinond, Calif..
Billy Murray vs.' Chico Cerro.
Saw :erne, Calif.Lonis Molina vs.
Kildo Nuenes. Caribou,' Maine
Yvon Durelle vs. Tinker Picot.
Wednesday Chicago (Stadium)
Charley Scott vs Ralph Dupas
01)
Thursday -- Spokane,'':Wash.
Terry Lewis vs. Wayne Womcitil WomcitilFridayNothing
FridayNothing WomcitilFridayNothing ltheduled, No
Tv' tight
SgturdiyHollyiVoon, -Cala..
Dodd Monroe vs.' Kid' IrlPuato

ASTHMA and
IZEILIEVED
Asthma and Bronchitis attacks ruin
pour sleep undarmine your strength
and weak'en your heart, Monsises
starts to work through yOUr blood to
Overcome asthma and bmnchitis at attacks.
tacks. attacks. It helps dissolve strangling mu mucus
cus mucus and promotes free, "my breath breathing.
ing. breathing. Mendsco's action is offsetive oven
in old and stubborn cases.. Gst Men.
Ccerfrom any drugstoro today and
oe how much better you 'imp and
oath tonight, and how much better
you will full tomorrow. Mendsce
fights discomforts of Asthma, Brom.
MUG. mut Bay Fever.

saalmoneamenimmuiai

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0:44' EW VOX 4- There lei Ursa
breedini establishment ', tn the
begirt of -the -gentucky,.. bluepase
lust off' the', .1ron ,- Works'
which ha's, -a- tontantie: :tale 'connected-.
with- .--.the fact.lbat it; ig
Itnown -as Stienthrift-,Farm.,,,4
,-4,13ackin", tbeiZtOrse and' May
Ort,Wheit' it was'; bt'Ing.,,,fowtded,
.the mistress:of ther'farmfauPpne ther'farmfauPpneedlY
edlY ther'farmfauPpneedlY Want It town -suites nie- home
witV-a :
Pronipted,- lier-'11pOnse:lo in
st's,!spendtlitifr tine tale' has
it,,tbis .thett:14.int,' adopted, as '.'tbif
' t
At,', first Ilan-4.- 4;04,, seen'
this legendary trait ,still; is in- the
family hetause the founders", great
grandion sails, for' England today
to bring bit VO(1,090 racehorse,
'But you can stop5..worryiitg:A stop5..worryiitg:Ahbut
hbut stop5..worryiitg:Ahbut the open-haned4qualities qf
'Spendthrift's owner,,,,Leslie Combs
cause when he hands them it
eherki, in England for the steed,
named Tudor Minstrel he is as assured
sured assured of receiving more than that
in stud fees during the next two
years and Tudor Minstrell's off offspring
spring offspring when sold will make the
original invettment look like the
stake in a penny ante poker game.
' Touching all bases, Combs aiso
will 414 ,a look ,atyrthe Aitliatv
!,wtoch will
rinport next year for a three,-year
stand ',at- stud in Rentucky.'All of
4hichl'Ariakes this journey stand
but as the most proinising voyage
since Sir Francis Drake sailed for
the West Indies and ,a shot at
Spanish plate, i
Combs, whOt lagineefed,-6060
thrift Farm frb a 126-acre farm
to a modern, gleaming white year
line nursery of 550 acres ,which
Is one of KOntucky's showplaces.
has a touch for this kind of ven venture.
ture. venture. It was he who originated the
syndicate idea, in which a dozen

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(t)(1; MUAltgleMflt greP

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Sire. train at teMporary quarters in a to complete neg a lone r
His first big colm was several Police Athletic league gymna- cial broadcast to Sweden, altt
years back when his syndicate slum. "no,agreement about the b
bought up the great 'Nashua for "We'll pick Ingemar's perma-cast has been reached yet."

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No. Priori i No.
0075 156.00 I 1075
0175 : 15600 1175
0275 156.00 1275
0375 156.00 1375
0475 156.00 1475
0575 156.00 1575
0675 156.00 len
0715 156.00 117!
0675 454.00 187!
01175 2,600.00 1571

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'520.00
520.00

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6411 260;06
5416 130.00
5411 130.04
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0311' 150.00
11.100 104.00
.1130141,4o., 10440

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The Nine

PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
Complete Prize-winning Numbers in,the Ordinal; Drawing No. 2096, May 10, 1959.
The whole ticket has 52 pieces which comprises the two series "A" and "11"

1375
1475
1575
1575
1775
1875
1975

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'Virst),Prtze -,,, ,,,,.,;,,,,!r. ttrett q 9 finliiiii"...-, :

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9 75"1 x'"L'imill' '4000400 ---' ,- --7
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7 Second Prize 5 4 1 s9s s, 15,600.00
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Third PAize ... 3 1 7 ,, ,,,s,,,, ,, 7 ,800.00 ,,,x,
s, f'.3:' sr,
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,p,wt ,;,, ,, --)101;.) kR-9141101

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Prises
156.00
156.00
156.00
156.00
156.00
156.00
156.00
156.00
158.00
2,600.00

52001, 297i,
noto 520.60 2671
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No.
2075
2175
2275
2375
2475
2575
2975
2775
2I75
2975

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1419 220.00 2419 260411
5412 130.00 5414 130.00
5412 130.00 11415 130.00

$1,251,200 in horse history's most
famous deal. The shareholders all
wound up with a great sire and
Combs was right there, will the
rest of them.
This partially explains why he
has been the leading seller for 10
straight years at the .Kenneland
summer Yearling (ales. His colts
and fillies'have,' brought him in
more than two million dollars and
one year ,they brought to 'average
of $40,000 each.' or
Combs made the Tudor Minstrel
deal last Decemberfiutois some
body once said,you've got to be
lucky, too. So iyhttlAiappened
Well, last Saturday Tom9 Lee won
the Kentucky Derbyand :Tudor
Minstrel is Tomy Lee's poppy. So,
naturally, Tudor Minstreal be becomes
comes becomes more in demand that' ever.
"There's no doubt,' smiled the
man with the Midas touch, "that
we have made a deal.'
His great, great grandpappy
would have been proud of him.

Ticket Orders Pour
In For Johanssoii
Pattertiori Titre to

NEW YORK (UPI)--Promoter
Bill Jtosensohn said today 'that
advance tieket orders for' the
Floyd Patterson-Ingemar Johans Johanson
on Johanson fight are' Coming in "from
ell over the world," Although the
flags do not 'go '''On sale until
h'ext Friday. ''''
Ticket headquarters for the
June 25 heavyweight chamoloo chamolooship
ship chamolooship fight will' be opened Friday
on Broadway at sidewalk levei in
a vacant store in the Astor Rotel
Building, the, promoter said.
'Sweden's 46fialltibh;t 'ttbeaten
ha mpion ofotAlropg; eartkmea to
train at teMporary quarters in a
Police Athletic league gymnasium.

Prins
156.00
156.00
156.00
156.00
156.00
156.00
156.00
156.00
156,00
52,000.00

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No. -Prizes
1075 156.00
3175 151.00
3375 156.00
3375 158.00
3475 156.00
3575 15644
3674 t56.60
3775 156.04
3875 MOO
3975 2600.00

No. Prize'
4075 156.00
4175 156.00
4275 156.00
4375 151110
4475 156.00
4575 161.00
4675 156.00
' 477 151.011
'41175 156.011
4975 2,600.00

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Approtimations Derived frokLkir!

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42(0611 297,11)520M nis 526.10 I MS 1120.60

3411 260.0e
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1317 150.00 2317 15110 3317 155.01 4317 156,10 t1311 15511 )8", ,; 151 00
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5310 104.01 I 5312 104.10 5314 104411 5311 104.10 ,,,531,1 164 535, 164. 41
5312, 214.111 1 5313 104.11 5315 10441 531 10441 48321 471f14144 43 4,1114.110

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Numbers or yestIday's Lot,tery Drawing were sold itt:-The TsCriiiiima, 2nd. Panama and 3rd: in' Colon.
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Hundred whole tickets endling in ,5 and not included in the ;i1Sove Hit wiskiritty Two Dollars (252.00) each
4 Am 4,0 Ad ;A 0a4' , 4
The whole ticket has titty-two pieces which comprises .3he trt series IA" its 111"

VVICTNESSES: Leandro DiasCed. 1843154
Pedro A. Saavedra C.Ced. 4743'37

Signed by: The Governor of the Province of-PaoantorALEPOTO ALEMAIC
The Representative of the Treasury, JAME DE LA GUARDIA JR.

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The winnin tickets w th the last el her and with the two last
INOTE if P
ciphers app y only to the first Prite,
';,-,rths first Prize and the 2nd and lird 'Prizes are drawn separately. The op
' proximations are calculated on the first. Second and Third prizes. In case
a ticket should earn, tits numbers of each prize. the bolder la entitled to
Oahu nayment for each. ,
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DRAWING OF-THE3 STRIKB
, SundiY, 'MAY, 10, 1959
DrilIWITIE Number 797
' Piattion Ticket
First Prize :4. 75' $11.00 $220.00
Second Prize 19 3.00 60.00
',Third Prize 17 2.00 40.00

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HARRY GRAYSON
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' la l'OBK iNEAY :The
three brilliant jewel:rat the Triplt
Crown- definitelyl baVe., keen, -tarn.
ihed by' highly's tucessfut Cabior
nia raring...4
Only,,eigbt, 614 hive woif'!' the
Kentucky Derby,i The; rrtakness
and Belmont, Staliti: are Sir,
Barton, 1910; Gallant' rox,
,..0mabas Wag:: Admiral,
'37; ,,i'vhirlaway ,,41; Coubt
'43; Alefult..., '46; and Citati61);; "43
It was nOt until.' :SO ',that -the
ThroUghbred 'Rsicing''Astociations
COMMilibiOned ,Cartiet to de design,
sign, design, a huge,- ailier, triangular
vase,, ,embleinald0 ,'-,111e,t.,'Triole
Crow0,,' ',bleb Was ,to be' preeut preeuted
ed preeuted the' fir-flung.,Orgitilzation's
annual' Avhircie '1Dittner "ij ibis
dished otit letroactivaly Itiditbec
the TRA ran out titOroprietoro to
give' it b.' The- el:10y "'no is
gathrint Obit fn' CC' Watbeli B.
KnebelistyNeki !pee 00, Churthill
. f,, nil A A A
bleta,"; toniments Broivne Leach.
the guy' whi) really riins'the
ville rodeo. '"rbe aftenioon 1
don't chuck one In be the
day :we sec another Citation.",
The-, luCilitive,'Yier:toiihd
ule kn ttie 'Golden State' his;-,made
the Trip ,,Crowd impOrtont1 only
in the eat, certainlY, tain that"side
of the floklei. The ownir tom.
ing out of California winter racing
with' a KtnturitY Derby' winner
lith right Vackltethtiftillibtil
ourlfollyrtv000l'ilirk kite
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for thls-; Thi'''Coinpetition 'it' 'con
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fitable three-year-old races lead

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nent camp this week,11, Rosesohn
explained. "Thus far we tare con
sidering the, fallowincil possAble
sites: GrossingeroALYI; biJpsala
College at South- Orange,A,N
Randall's Island in New York's
East River; Atlantic City, N J:,
and a vacant- parking lot in nild nildManhattan."
Manhattan." nildManhattan." World champion Patterson, ex expect
pect expect to. pitch, camp 4104w-week at
Sumenitl 111141 Mod loi
AlebfithiS Itveektfillysensohn rkbpes
to complete negotiations for,st 'spa
cial broadcast to Sweden, although
"no, agreement about the broad,

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No. Prizes No. Prison No. Prins 1 No. Prime No. Prison
5075 116.00 6175 15111 7075 11111 1075 156.01 1075 151.11
5175 151.11 1175 116.11 7175 151.11 1171 1541.11 1171 151.111
5275 .-151.11 1271 ,4 151.0 7271 151.01 1271 156.0 9275 151.11
53711 10.00 635 15611 1375 151,0, 1375 151.11 9375 151.10
1471 15611 1471;fk TIE 7471 151.11 1475 151.11 9471 151.111
557 "156.01' 1671 7571 151.10 1575 151.11 9575 1111.0
56 15111 06111M1 ;TAU 13110 1171 151.10 165 151.11
577 17161,10' 1111i 4101. 1701 151.111 771 151.00 1771 10.11
61 151.10 161514 t151.11, 7171 151.01 1175 15011 .1,171 1511.11
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BENEFICENCE

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2418 264.06 0816 208.64
5825 130.06 6527 220.86
11824 130.00 5828 136.88

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11311 '151.60 131 151M
5323 104.00 5325 114.00
5324 104.00 5321 104.00

JOSS A. CAJAS
Ter the Secretary,

2.00 40.00 'Price of a whole ticket 526.00
mee of-if 5214' part I 0.50
PRIZES ARS PAID WITHOUT OISCOUNTS OR TAXES

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ing up-to th e$10,000 Hollywood
Derby, June 37. A hndler with 30
ot more horses in training eitl
leave 'all but- one in the, hands-JO141i
a, stable foreman while .,,he
votes his entire time and atfew, Is 1
tion to a Prakoess and eimon,,
Stakes candidate, which means4
tying himself up-tuitil June Ig.4,1044
Hollywood Park is his hoinfivr,
grounds. There he is), not
out of a suitcaseHe, owes a liSent
to Tar West rac.h1L,,
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So, Tomy Lee, ihic year's ',Ken-. 4
tucky Derby winner, jOint
termhis, ,154, and Swaps, '33
being denied the right to establish., '411
himself as, a 'rriple, Crown
ner4-, : ,, 4 :
N AV
, It was first announced that to,,,."1-1
my Lee would go on to The Preak-, "'"
ness, but overnight Frank
his veteran conditioner, decided 11,-".'
that he wanted to give the vit.,' --
lish-bred, colt' "a chanceto tatc41,''
his, breath." 1 "' 1""
Tht 'truth is that red lurnee,
Jr., 'the Texas oil ''''and what hot
tycoon, didn't give a hoot about7r I
tradition and shipping East. Be;,2-'
sides, the kindly Childs wanteo' ta,n 4
get Chucrhill DOW-01 off the hodki
for the track was as full of noleso
and the Derby am tough as tociti;
Four colts were knocked out A
the glamor gallop, Tomy Lee pubo
ling up tightly lame, Troilut.-
stopped as though Chris Ittwers
suddenly applied brakes and was
sent to the farm. John Bruce
cut down at the gate. Easy SpurtAl;!,
started with a -questionable anklolig-,,,I" I
and came out with e, bad one.fit
Winning the triple crown at
mile-and-a-quarter the first Sa-
turday in May, The Preakness at
a mile-and-a-sixteenth two weekS
later and the mile.and-a-half BellS.
mont Stakes is a tremendous ieit"ra
Remarkable colts 'failed to -to.soirt
t omplish itNative Dane er,f)r a
Nashua and 'rim Tam of more re recent
cent recent 'memory.
Now; even then thty are as for formidable
midable formidable is Determine, Swaps and
Tomy 'Lee three-year-ods are 41,
denied the right to4ry for tht
prize' when an owner knows---1'
there is surer goldoin them Alsz I
lifornia hills.
A lot of tablets will be ''f
tossed into. the triple Crown Tro:'
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The prises will' hi 'paid hi accordance with the Official List et Panama bp,
the attires et the National Sartelitiont Lottery situated on Central Avettosei )
PLAN OF ORDINARY DRAWING No. 2097 WHICH W11,14
, ?LACE ',SUNDAY,. MAY 17, 1950
DividedWm aeries et Indiana each dmominated -and "3"
71 t : t
IRS? PRIMP '
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2 itirat lieilea It and B, et 120300.01 oath settee $12,000.01
Setond Prize, Striae A and B. ot 1,900.00 each aerie, 11.600.01
, I Third Prise, Series A and IL et 3,900,00 oath wiriot 1,000.01
IS Approximations, Poles A and 11.tit 200.00 oath aeries 1.300.00
0 Pete& Se'ries A ond 111. ot 1300.00 each min 21,400.00
10 'Series A had 11, tit, 71.00 eh salsa 1434030
100 Prizes, Saries tind et 10,00 oath aeries 411.10030
, tEC611111 PRIZE
'11 ipproximatibric' illetZio A and IL t $ '00.10 with aeries 1 2,240.001
Prins arise A an 11., of 130.10 each aeries 1,240.00
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' ?mitt PRIZE
;18 Approximationa, Serial A and of 02.00 each eerie 1,172.00'
, Prices Series A and 'S. el 4 70.00 each aerie 1.04.00

1074 Prima Total $170,050.00

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' with Rotel Washington second furnished by the Omphroy Auto Fullmer would feel yasuy mon motto discomforts of asthma, Brow.
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t Hearne; Vince I
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Julia Hardin
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! there was a little sur rise over Z:-.e
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ee championsnip flight TWO of the ve), Beall (panama,) 3 and 2
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,Ila!rto.e.,salule.:910; ,!akilti, at' fln!,30',..' hale, grounds. There; he is), not living' ,-
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and Belmont,Staitte: Tilley' are Sir Hollywood ,' ,ParIC2 is his' kith, ':4,, .,,i,
- ,,,,,, ;me my ouy nDgtsstLerosild :,,,.:. .: :,:::,;,,k:g!. :, 'i''.g;'.,tiT 'ir.0.440;,1) :14 i '. r I St' off .,--the: ,Iron or s-,, ,i e, om s was soli Omaha, ,.35i, Wac,...,,kcirnir I, out of a to cas ,, ,,
. "I; eliminated. .1 al lis.c kr av vnLekar I IdDysEa '37- Whirlaway, 41; '', Count Flezt, to .Tar West radeS,,,,-,-", t."-it
'4" veteran Jim Hinide, 4 and 3,- and Marquard (Brazos) 1 up 'OM
:,-.,-,i,-,. 4:D'i,'4Ail,::, ';.;:;:g:4i;'::44;,:,v..i.., 3,.0', : knowa-lis Spenthriftl'arm.,,,. ',, has, been the leading seller for 10 It wa a net ,un'til. .:,SC,, 1.',that-',,-the So, Tomy 1,-uut: year s aten-;14,-,.
tuckyLDerby ',miles, joint pik.,,A.,
:I T Tommy Jacks squeaked past Jeff Al Saarinen (Panama) :over Bob w.R. $0.;fig:UP, :',::a.,-,m,,,--.':sing:Z7 :,,4, '41taek,itr- in 'herai 1,,Aind' hitSSY straight Vesrs St the 'Kenneland Thrdughbred Racing Astociatione terminar '54, and ,Swaps, '53 til, 'N.,! ,,
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. i: only youngster left in the flight and
(Lower Bracket) :::,:,,k,,if,:,,,,:- :-,,::,T.A,:t,,,,&:. ,,,,,.,,::.,,...,:,.:t,';,,,4,t:,,,,4:4,4,,Aski ert,When it was,: g. ow2 e summer yearling (ales. His colts commissioned Cartlera Inc.' to de de.A
.A de.A '''''4"'''';'''''''''',vis ''''';'''44"''"?,',''i::"'::Azf.,''at'V':-'11''''Nui,':' -- '---: ---s' 1-- 11,,:anoinris nd fillies 'have brought' him' in sign, a, hUile,-silver,, -, trisnitl!ltr himself al,;a Triple,-,Crown, wiliz,,
he just did get by J. R. Olsen. ti,::,,"tii,i,:: ,Viil:t,P4,,,,:::-4- ,':',.iVi'm45.,,,,,:':4',4.mt-,44'izi:i.iiii:4k we wie,Ltl!sli::w uiv..,'?'"'" ',"t..97. it th ill. doll d vase,. embleinatic ftf :vibE.,'TnPle ner4,! :' "' ' '-',' 4 '''''''
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M dalist Tony Jankus shot a II. I. Perantie, (GeMbo, a) over ;:,i:,,n:.::,
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.1 m teh lay 69 to erase Webb Sam Gerrie' (Amador) by default tii?".
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''' Heearene;PVince Lombroit nosed out Bol, Collins (Summit) over E. E. .14,:i:?..,10
''' J. Crichton and George Riley won Compton (Brazos) D -t:;,,,:., ',,:,,::,:,,,,,,;',X:4''2,:;:--':",-.4',""-k::':'''"': :,:v''''--::5:mmek:','; .44 ItW VP 4,tbd ; dett tai& has Combs made the Tudor Minstrel annual-finlira
,i:-.,,,,i,i.:44,nii,-,.:,,,'0'f,;:.: :,,,,zx;i.ii,::i :,::i:i,....4i,4,,'"::4::::,:,:,::,:k,:;;,.,?..,,-i -1.spen,.....r, ,, my Lee would go on to, The Preal
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by default from D. McConkey. Jack Smith (Sum' meit) over M. 114,:-.'.1.ii.i!i.
Thesc three Summit players will V. Smith (Rodman) 4 and 3 'N'i:,:
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bal Galindo Of Brazos Brook and Pcte Hale (Davis) over Bob Dill- I .,:,,:....' :iiNI:i-i3,;:i.; 'At:::t:,
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4-' The Navy here got a new commandant thii morning. ; ,Ita
, Rear Adm. Lewis $. Parks, winner of three Aavy Crosses and a veteran of 38 years nava: St(
oli:rvite, succeeded Rear Adm. George Wales as commander of all Navy and Marine forces in,thc' -
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The uew Commandant of the 15th Naval District assumed command at 9 a.m. in a, lull lullA
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drew; sceremony on the lawn in front of the district headquarters building.
1 Wales wu honored later this morning whir a Joint Honor Guard ceremony at ,Odarry
Heights in recognition of his service as the naval component commander of the unified Carib Caribbean
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i, Conti, ''';'1114.77, f mender in Chief Caribbean, ten tenI
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remony ceremony for Wales, who has been
Commandant of the.Nayal District
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'',1 .4' ' The Joint Honor Guard began
Si. .1.',',1,7, ,,," ''''''''' ;!, ,;.': with the firing of a 13,gun salute,
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(.14"''-,,,,a,',7::'; a'-T 1 '',ii. 1 On the reviewing stand, in ad
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fellow officers aboard the Coco
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1934-35.
In relinquishing command, Wales
departs after 20 months as Ake
Navy's commandant here. "The
,i, a. i -,, ; ,' , 2 ''-., 1929 Naval Academy graduate
. ,',-,1 $4'., ,,. ,4: ',,,i. came to the Canal Zone from corn.
,:i. mand of the Naval Proving Ground
.,.'l ', .:,'' ,,':'..."4 j ', ;-,,;',; '!4-,141:, at Dahlgren, Va.
Accompanied by his wife. Walet
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Grace Liner Cecilia enroute to his
new assignment as Commander
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with him an impressive record
of war and peacetime service. A
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marine submarine squadron commander and
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'- He also commanded a unit of Ad Ad.,
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Japan.
In command of the cruiser Man Man'
' Man' cheater during hostilities in Korea,
NAVY COMMANDANTSRear Adm. Lewis S. Parks, right, ad- Parks participated in the amphi amphidresses
dresses amphidresses the officers and men of his new command after succed- bious assatilts at Inchon and Won-,
ing Rear Adm. George Wales, center, as Commandant of the son. He also commanded the U UPUteenth
PUteenth UPUteenth Naval District. The full-dress change-of-command cere. nited Nations ships on the east
tom WEIS held on the lawn in front 4,4 the Navy administra, coast of Korea.
COO building at Fort Amador. Shown at left is Capt. S. B. Pur- Later returning to the Far East,
dlw, chief of staff. (Navy PhOtol he served oti the joint staff ,of the
United Nations command end Far
. East command.in 1955-57.
Since 1957 Parks has served as
Somoza Sees Reds Trying To Lure Force, Atlantic Fleet (later renam,
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manded commanded si, fast carrier strisiag
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tHANAGUA, May 11 (UPI)The not Panama or Nicaragua"the Parks first visited Panama tri
4 ommunists arer trying to lure real target is the United States 1922 as a midahloman serving
e -United States into interfer, itself." in the old battle.hip Delaware.
derectly in Latin America so "They want to force the United Ho last visited horse hve ors
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Style "Hungary," according to Caribbean with arm,s," he said. S. Navy shies with en additional
rresident Luis Somoza. "They want to create another complement of 1,000 midshin midshinisi.
isi. midshinisi. Hungarythis time with the tr. men embarked. His flagship on
AtSomoza, interviewed by ,IIn.m,,-1 nited States playing the Russian that occasion was the battle.
Press International Yes"aY, rolein order that they can hold ship Wisconsin.
atifil the ultimate' target of inva- it up to the world as a propagan- A natiVe of Long Island, N. Y.
,tions or threatened mvasions is ea weapon!, Parks is married to the formee
st.e,'
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the Unites States could put
a stop to such armed advimtures
by issuing a statement warning
that it would apply drastk sanc sanctions,
tions, sanctions, Mcluding an arms mbar.
go, on any country permitting
an expeditionary force te leave
its shores, he said.
"No invasion force can leave anY
country today without that coun country's
try's country's knowledge," he said.
Somoza expressed tbe belief that
his own 'country was next on
the invasion list, although he
hoped relations between his coun country
try country and Premier Fidel Castro's go government
vernment government would improve as the
Cuban regime matured.
But he said Castro "has an axe
to grind with us" because Nica Nicaragua
ragua Nicaragua sold Cuban dictator Ful Fulgencio
gencio Fulgencio Batista some arms' about
a year before he was mousted.
Somoza expressed maiden
that Nicaragua could defend. 1
self against an invasion but "th ;
war of nerves in the Caribbean
is had for business, making the
economic situation of these coun countries
tries countries worse than it already is."
EASY INSTRUCTIONS
LONDON (UMBritain's na nationalized
tionalized nationalized Coal Board solemnly
told Britons yesterday how to
showvel their own coal.
A 46-page manual 'said shovel shovelling
ling shovelling coal is a snap. This is how
it is done:
Examine the shovel. Approach
the coal. Grasp the shovel. Make
a forward stroke. Raise the load.
Then don't just stand there----do
something. ',',Swine the shovel In
the direction in which the load is
to be thrown," the board pamphi
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Soviet demand that Last Ger-,
many be, seated as &lull mem,
ber of 4.1,he, foreign rainisterS
conference delayed the confer conference
ence conference start 14!:-tWo ;and a half
hour)) today, Riissia withdreW
the demand ,;,in'Ahe. Jace 0
stonewall Western,uppsition.,-:
it was agreed that both,
East- and, West German dela....
gations.would -be admitted se
'tadvisers." 'rhasf wail sit at
two,,, small tables -Close to tht
big ens AC which the US,
British, French- and, Soviet
foreign ministers themselves'
will be,seated.
, The agreement I Was worked
out atIvmeeting Otis afternoon
between the 4 Western foreign
niinisters and. ,BoViet foreign
minister Andrei' drornyko. They
met at the villa of British for foreign
eign foreign secretary Selwyn Lloyd.
' Thus, the parley called to
deal with the problems of
Berlin and Germany starteac
off with an initial western
victory.
Oromyko started the ,wrangle
yesterday when he announced
the demand that East Germany
be admitted as a 'full and equal
membet, of the conference. ".
The West promptly rejected
the demand, Maintaining its
positions that it would be will willing
ing willing for East and West Germany
to have "advisers" present in
the conference' room of the
Palais des Nations.
The West does not recognice
East Germany as a legitimate
regime and has shown no in inm.natiOn
m.natiOn inm.natiOn orbeing pressured in into
to into recognition here,
As at the last ministerial
meeting between East and West
four years ago, the issues at
stake are Germany, Berlin and
European security.
This time, the danger was
shar pened by Nikita S.
lihrushchev's ultimatum that
the West get out of West Ber,
lin by May 27 and conclude
peace treaties with both East
and West Germany.
' There had been differences
among the Western Allies over
how to approach this Soviet bid.
But informed sources said
that the three pOlkers had
ed. them out and' were closer
than ever. in their approach to
a common threat.
At the ousset of the erticial
meeting this was the situation:
Russia admittedly wants to
use the conference as a step steppingstone
pingstone steppingstone to a Sununit meet meetly.
ly. meetly. 4 ,,
The West insists thera Mist
be progress at this parley be before
fore before there can be any Summit
conference.
The West will present a
still-secret "package" proposing
a settlement on Berlin, German
reunificatiOn and a European
.security plaw
Russia, which already has
attacked the plan sight unseen,
will reject it. But the Soviets
were expected to make some
concessions to prevent total fail failure
ure failure an druin chances of st Sum Summit
mit Summit meeting.
REPORTS ON BOMBS ''
London (UPI) Home Secre Secretary
tary Secretary R. A. Butler told the House
of Commons yesterday there are
about 500 unexploded Nazi bombs
still buried in Britain. He said 27
of the bombs are awaiting re removal'
moval' removal' br investigation, and the
rest have been abandoned after
examination showed they present presented
ed presented no risk.
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purge' three segregationist members of th,' Little' Rock school boara; ' -, 7-;
lt as:the first Oiliten's uprisfng auCh, 4:crsequence SinCe 1.,realitent'gisenhower,ordere6 in l'idaral troops' )1

4 957 to OCteci,'nine Negroes Who inTtagiited.'Celitral High sChools; 4' r ".:
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None of:Little Rock's four high echocife,)4s opened this year,because';of ,the integrttion iiproar. Ms govern:4'
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merit hoped that pubribs pressure. would'fbiCii their reopening, but it didn't.'
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The ,tusinessmen Who organized 'platform, said they 'intended to sel selthemselves
themselves selthemselves at the weekend call ect tecahers individually.
thetselves "Stop This -Outrageous The three moderate members
Purge," or "STOP," submitting the original motion, Ted
They want to recall throe set, Lamb, Everett Tucker, Jr., and
renationist members' et tho Little Russell Matson ,Jr., walked out
Rock School, Board and stop the of the meedng iq protest. 5
discharge of teacher". considered The three segregationist boird
"Intenrationiats,.",'' .;. : members then ordered the dis disAt'
At' disAt' a' school board -Meeting last charge of 44 teachprs including
Tuesday, three moderate members -Jess W. Matthews the principal of
proposed to renew allteacher con- Central High Schorit
tracts, including that of Terrell The principal of that city's on. (13
Powell as superintendent. ly Negro high school, also was lig
,The Motion wag defeated byRob- fired. at
ert Laster, ten Xow,tand Sr.,: and All ,three had' hen the larget of eh
Board President E.I.,McKinley. attacks by Gov. Orvall,Faubus who uh
l'hese three,-Wlok, rah 'for the denounced them as "Integration- th
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craft-National Chairman Paul M.
Butler predi;ted yesterday-that the
1960 Democratic convention will
write into the party's platform
"the strongest statement that's
ever been Written on human
rights."
He also said he boped that the
partrs presidential and viee,pres viee,presWendel
Wendel viee,presWendel nominees 14,"wetild stand
forthrightly and completely ;'upon
that platform!".
Simultaneously, Butler charged
that Vice President Richard M
Nixon, leading contender for the,
GDP presidential nomination, had
compiled a record of "all words
and. ncr actinn"-. in the field, of.
civil rights...
His statement was challenged
by $en. Hugh Scott (R-Pa.), for former
mer former GOP national chairman.
Scott said Nixon's stand was "far
more forthright' pan that taken
by Senate, Democratic Leader
Lyndon B. 3ohnsork or any' other
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cippt excippt 14-,!pasiblr Sen. Hubert H.
Humphrey (D,'Mitih.)
Meantime, Sen. Allen J. Ellen Ellendel
del Ellendel (D-La.) said Congress would
be biting off its nose to spite its
face if "radical northern liberals"
were permitted to push through
new civil rights legislation be because
cause because of recentracial violence' in
the Sbuth.
El lender said he was "just as
shocked as anY other citizen at
the' reprehensible actions of sup supposedly
posedly supposedly law-abiding citizens in
connection with these recent out'
breaks of- violence" at Poplar PoplarMiss.,
Miss., PoplarMiss., and- Tallahassee, Fla;
But he said in a radio broad broadcast
cast broadcast (WWL-New Orleans), that
such evils coOld not be cured by
enacting civil rights legislation
submitted by northern "radicals.'
Ellender said "the statute books
are already loaded with criminal
laws, both state and federal,
which would cover crimes such
at have happened.
An accused Negro rapist, wait wait!
! wait! 'rig trial, was kidnapped from
the county jail at Poplarville and
lynched. In another incident, four
white men have been indicted at
Tallahassee for criminally as assaulting
saulting assaulting a Negro college student.

:El lender's statement came as
Sen. Jacob Javits (It-N Y.)
said he would try to write a Fed Federal
eral Federal anti-lynching provision into
any civil rights bill that reached
the Senate floor. lie said the
whole country was shocked by the
Poplarville lynching.
,
JaVits praised Mississippi au authorities
thorities authorities and the FBI for their
work in trying to solve the case.
But he said lynching still is only
, a state crime "with all the prob problems
lems problems that that raises."

Dulles Unchanged
As Pneumonia
Weakens Condiijon
, WASHINGTON (UPI) Phy Physielane
sielane Physielane Ieporta loday "no sig significant
nificant significant change"' in the condition
of former Secretary of State John
Poster Dulles, who is battling
both cancer and a mild case of
pneumonia.
Dulles, wile las been in the
Army's Walter Reed Medical Cen Center
ter Center since April 12, contratted
Pneumonia, Saturday and was re reported
ported reported "somewhat weaker." The
initial response of the 71-year-old
diplomat to ariti-biotics was said
to have been ,"satisfactory."
In a follow-up bulletin issued
abdUt noon SundaY. the State De Department
partment Department said! "There has been
no significant change in Mr.
Dulles' condition since the medi meditcal
tcal meditcal bulletin Saturday." A further
bulletin was expected sometime
today.
,
Until the pneumonia attack, Dul Dulles'
les' Dulles' had been seeing some of his
personal aides for about an hour
each day. His son, the Rev.
Avery Dulles, 'Jesuit, also visited
him nearly afternoon. The lormer
secretarv had dinner each eve evening
ning evening with hit wife in the hospital
suite.
President Eisenhower has been
visiting him often, the last time
Saturday who the Chief Execu Executive,stopped
tive,stopped Executive,stopped ,in before going to
bts,Catpotintid. Md., retreat for
the week end.
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' SOUTH BEND, Ind., May 11 churches of his diocese hi 1953 ,,,,' '',1
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WKS "--- Mayor ,W),Iliam B. 'before the Bupreme Courtsl. Of
Hartsfield of Atlanta ",lam tnted school Integration', decision.' :,,4 t
at the weekend'tthat, the best ; He- described' bi-racial banIt
elements in the state Of Georgia nets, Sports events and other..- t
"have' been Iargelyt ,silent", on ,ictivities held under Catholi( '-",' ;,
the issue of 'integration "while auspices in the Tar Hel-state,t, !"
the demagogues hav4tteen ac- "Occasions must be created;s1,La ;
five tor 'many years." s, ." he said; "which Improve 'racial 'racial4
4 'racial4 relationships.t each a flintier: 'LI
' Hartsfield predicted that If step in, tbe,right, directon 'is ''
ashowdown comes,,stato of- 1: t' ,,,-,rit
flcials in his 1101116 state woald. V.Presidene Itufg,s, E. t;cmett
LIOSO poblie schools rather'. Of Atlante University told twit:
than Integrate them. symposium the American Negrit 4 t
is not seeking "social associao-
,
Speaking via 'a special tele- tions" with other people.- -lb, i
Phone circuit to a University of Poimeti nut that no one dotal' 1
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Notre Dame symposium on "the be forced into a purely soci 0,1
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problems -and responsibilities of relationship." .0. 1
school desegregation,"- Harts- 4,1- 4
pecting to Achieve "first-class ,,
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citizenship in a democrit 4t ''
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LER:, isrha described hirnself as
Clement said.
a moderate, said the 1954 Su SutY4
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preme Court desegregation deci- -d, k
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much more to be desired Ulan
sion "nuist be recognized as an, "Permanence of change '111 )1
accomplished fact and the law
of the land.
the speed with which sthe ,, .,,,
, change is attempted," he said..' 't
wrilg trinri imnnrtn tit thinly 4ct

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(UPIit :--- ;Mayor William It
Hartsfield of : Atianta,;larrt sited
,at the weekend't that,the best
elements in the 'state of Georgia
"have.: been 'large lyt .tsilent", on
the issue of 'integration: "while
the demagogues havCteen ac active
tive active tOr 'many years." ':,, f' '.
Hartsfield predicted that if
a-showdown comes,,,, state of-'
ficials in his home state ;voted;
CIOSO public v"' schools 0 rathete
than integrate them,
,
Speaking via 'a special tele telephone
phone telephone circuit to a University of
Notre Dame symposium on "the
problems ,and responsibilities of
school desegregation;"- Harts Hartslis1C,
lis1C, Hartslis1C, who- -described hithself as
a moderate, said the 1954 Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court desegregation deci decision
sion decision "must be recognized as an
accomplished fact and the law
of the land.
,
"The most important hing is
not how:: faatt4we'rik boo ,Ing Jn
I
school desegtegation,,, ut :In
what direction,'" the Atlanta
mayor said, :'
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Hartsfield reconunended the
creation of placement boards to
examine the citpabllities of Ne Negro
gro Negro children' as,schOol integra integration
tion integration gradually prOceeds.:
"Any unwise, ill consid considered
ered considered mixing up of children,
disregarding their capacities,
would cause harm," he said.
Bishop Vincent S. Waters of
Raleigh, N.C., told the law
school symposium racial 'sem?
gatioli is "Al morally wrOng and
sinful practice Which -Itay bot
be approved by any Catholic."
Bisbcp INalters, who ordained
the first Negro priest in North
Carolina last Thursday, said'
Catholics may not 'formally co cooperate
operate cooperate in the violation of a
Negro's rights" despite pressures
of his, locaL cornmunity.
The Southern prelate ban banned
ned banned segregation Irk the
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To Be Shown By CFR
"The Making of a West- Point Pointer,"
er," Pointer," a 30-minute 'picture film .t1
at the famed U. S. Military Aca Academy,
demy, Academy, will be presented over CFN
TV tomorrovi at '5:45 p.m.
It tells, the story of West Point
through 'the eyes, of' a young cadet
as he becomes 'familiar with the
West Point traditions, training
and its meaning to the people of
tbe United States.
The presenation should be of
special interest to Regular ArMY
and Air force personnel, who
have until,' June ,30 to appl -for
entry to. West Point Itext year, as
well as to all yotmg men interest interested
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