The Panama American

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

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:02915

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- Dr. A. Vay Shelton of tile Liv Livermore,
ermore, Livermore, Calif., Radiation, Labora Laboratory,,rePorting
tory,,rePorting Laboratory,,rePorting on radioattive ra radiation,
diation, radiation, said such. blasts would
li be, Placed, deep enough ,for safe,
ty while sq.. prodecing, a. tba.ln
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at high Ode tering the 'worst seglo
sons of the ,year,- he said. .,,, 11,'
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if a now aanal '' has Amon Oat
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-said, the excavation ..would
1Y cost 541
, While there '4ire' n0,' engineering
tea son,s why a -neer-Canal' could
riot he, .inade,; 'learned 'that po political'
litical' political' problenls might diffi difficult
cult difficult to solve,. :
The Alaskan project-, farther
along and scientific studies are
now in 'progress, ',the, group !eras
told ,.b3t4,' Clifford hiellacigallipi -01
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Iliclgalunt said 'Ai' would
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tou,, devices r and .; two. 200-kilot
dev,ices;' .,1

s 6 SAN,FRANCiSCO, Mai 14 (UP1),-Aforsild scientists
,, described today ilow nuclear explosions could be used to
blast chit a newharbor and channel in Alaska and a sea.
levet canal in Panama.
-These were some of the spectacular projects discussed
, at the Atomics Eheriy Commission's Plowshare sympos-lum,
kmeeting ot 50,0 experts.
'Not only 'th i e
are Rroje ts pots We, but an AEC spo,k 2.,
man sald the Alaskan explosions could be started as early early,
, early, as 1961. ",
'"' Dr. Luke J. Vortman, of Sandia Corp.. Albuquerque,
N.M.;,,,sald' the- sea-level canal dream of sailors 'for
deoades--could be created by 651 explosions'with a total
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;ADMIRAL' DAN'S TIN CANS.-The' art of transforming In bld oil drum trite one of the drumS
'Awed by the Nary steel band front San Juan demonstrated ,by natives of 'rrinidad,,,shown
removing the top of ,a drum With a ,hammeriand chisel and Jurning the,' other end 0.witti a
';bammer arid rubbevended etick, Theqesult et upper right.is a bass' drum And at lOwer tight
,'a -"ping pone; the melody drunt that produces, four octavesThe Navy's -worldtourinr steel
;drummers, known es-Admiral Dan's Pandemoniacs for their originator,. Rear Adm, Daniel P.
.'9allery, Coruntandant "Of fithe lOtnNaval,,District, are scheduled to fly into the Canal ZOne
1 morrow to play at the Navy Relief Charity dancet At Irt- Amador tomorrow, night and st the
',Sityroom in. Cristbal Saturday night. ,The general public invite& Admissine 'SI with all
iproceeds soint, to IsTavY charity..,,' , -J., --

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AMERI Alf:MEAN ANI 17rmien, employes ,off.. 0,,-Pfinam, ana .foun in s of vant
' '6114' AN; tli' 3' et I- d
age at the l'Adtmln".tOday:t0,taakei;litire .of seeing ,itTN,--seeretary .0neral, Dag Hainmarskj old as.
he left after, a.-b'rtet wisit,,DoRninr: dark glasses against, -Isthmian glare, the MATI who guides
the world's ,peaeelnarkers set vut -with Gov, W, Fotte.tioe'a Idok at the Cafial.

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.. 'Frotii.,-the 'baletiriy at tie tepal, fCUlitilld -a peaetfut ittihd. ,.'1' frente ss it Is of all other 'United
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sessions' Opening ',-todar..any ',adult --. ',, Not 4nerely a common market Nations meetings. ,,
Zan 'Of wernan 'and an,y student, lot Latin America, lilt peace for Much of the talk is abstract
tan Iet st-i,first-hand ', look at all Of ni ..;?.k arid -nothing short of it boring., It's hard for -most people
one .- 'section' -, of .'-'- the globar eV, ,.-4'.11, ,the end purpoie,ef this 'ton- to Conceritrate on financial pro
- ,0 ,-, 4- ', -' blems above the town-bank lev
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- Vartle el. ..,
i';':'''' Air:: the talk abOut tariffs
'. Will bat down in tit 'and to
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, .. pay'r But tho argumont about
it .stratchos tho houso4vifo's,
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'..::: , : .: : ,. PriceS :are something the shoe-,
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,,v; shine' bri understands 'when he
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,s,o.,k: buys a' new can of polishBut
engineers,' ''doctors and poliee
.!;i
men Ore, apt 'to get befueddied a a:,1
:,1 a:,1 bout national blocks, and compe compe.4,
.4, compe.4, k,',. tition, and monopolies and escape
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tlauses.
..-i,
,,,,i ,,', But a look-in, listening in your
, ,, own bestlanguage, is well ,worta
. gi. the time.'
.
:-,, Informally, visitors have been
;;;;,.:; advised to leave guns and knives
at honiC..A-nd it's best to get a
:.-,.--, baby si,tter for your twelear-old;
though.Wthere's no rule against
3.!:..,, bringingliim.
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''';'::. ,-; A new .: tYPit of slikhannol
,,,'Irensiaterived listoning sat -.is'
..:f 1 Aoing.Wsiod for tito only the soi
: :i,: .ond tiMi In tho visitor's dal dal,lory
,lory dal,lory at ,this,,conforonce.
i ,i'.': ,,, An Atuttrier product, it's sitta'11-
. -::,:- eim lighter, clearer thin previous;
: si--,, f imits.It.als0 has a built-in 4Inti 4Inti:,
:, 4Inti:, Souvenier.factor." There's no,, use
, - trying tdo smuggle one out past'
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--- The anialf,:cream-colored trim trim1
1 trim1 ::-- 't elstor that 'you hang around your
:::::: ::: :-, -,- neck hike, as,,,white button, for, the
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i '! ,one ;for traglish, grreen for French
-and red; for ,, Spanish. There ', are
also' Yellow' and blue buttonst, Iii
,-, ,.: : :::,., -,.. other foreign conferences thew2
might ba' osed for.. Russian -', Or
::: :if
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- Each sat: costs about '$60..
' i'..2!,4.:.: :Part Coach bolonos to ,: the.
, :::i:,.::,r, ..porson iiho is using It. ,tt:, hit
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' cowling it mombor-of thip,UN.
) From the gallerythe three in in,
, in, .,. .,:. terpretert"bootb may be seenis seenis)
) seenis) ,:;
i '!':'. loneside the speaker'e rostrum.
' These were made locally ag were
I '4. the ''shelving.'for the, huge behind.
the4gcenes docuinent, file,;in: En En!
! En! ,: glish, French and Spanish.,
;;1 t -,-1.1natans a batter"-, of trans
,, lators is 'at. strork,',Thelf,' take 'the
I' .: ; '', written:: transcript of the pro pro,
, pro, ceedingS, tranelate It into at least
1,, ,. i. two, language.,',.,The.,three- trans trans'
' trans' ' criptet hen, go to 4-,,,mimeogranh
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i ., : room, where Ittencile,are cut. -On
; the very, night e session ends,, or
; ,' st all. cost nett .morning, a full
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documonts la hues lob. Moro
than throe tons of 11.11noograoh
ed documents wore flown to Pa.
name aftor recont, common..
market talks in Santler,
What the local'" tonnage will
build up to, the librarian and
chief of document' 'can't 'even
estimate yet, She's too busij keep keeping
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4, The Republic' of -China destroy.
'er Nan Yang. believed the, be the
' first Nationalist Chinese Anan-of-
war to visit the Canal Zone since
World War II,' is, scheduled to ar-- !.
rive in Cristobal tomorrow mdru,--, --
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ing for a two-day stopover. '' ',.
The : Nan Yang -will berth at ''
4 Rodman Naval Station after trans transsiting
siting transsiting the canal, upon arrival ..L
from Guantanamo ,Bay, Cuba.: It
IP will leatre,;,, Sunday ,,, morning en- ',
route to San Diego,- Calif. :" i
, Conimanded by : Capt. ,, Yang ,'. I
Sung Chun,'-the 1700 -Atilt Plan ',-,
, Yang', cames 20- efficere and 190
enlisted men.' -4-- ,., .' 4,- .., --,
' It- is the former.. American: ivor, z,
&lip DRS Plunkett,. World War ,1 )
destroyer, given to -the Republic
of China. under the 1,1,.S., Military
assistance ,Progra,m. .,4 -. ' .;.
I A eeries, of social events -.Vail
tied In conjunction, with the ship's
0 visit will start with s,- stag dinner'
Friday evening at the Chinese ',
!), Community House in hnor of the
ship's officers. 4 ',. '-, Al
On Saturday, a liinchemi will
-I , be given hy Rear Adm. Lewis S.
, Parks, Cemmandant of the A. Rif
teenth Naval District, at the -Fort
Amador Officers, Club. Cocktails
at 12:15 will, be followed .Lby
luncheon at 12:45. A' '1,',..-.
l'he public has been invited' to
' visit the Nan Yang at Rodman i
, beginning at 1 p.m. -. Saturday,
" That evening, Chun and ids offi-
eers -will be feted at a stag din dinilt
ilt dinilt 't ner at 1 p.m. at, the Chinese tin.
bassy in', Panama, ,A reception --is
4 planned for later in the evening
siC the Port ,,,,, Amador Officers
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More Arrests Due
In-vasion Attempt
,,, lrict lAttemet: Dario 'Sando;
val was expected to order 'one or
two more ,arrests soon in conneor'
, lion with the frustrated 7 inviv.
sion of, Panama by a banct4tf 03
Cubans and a few Panamanians.
Informed sources 'said, the,
, rests would be ordered ,-ton,,,the
' basis- of the investigation. being
conducted by Sandoval. '4,'
'1 :Meenwhile,,,11 of the Cuban In.
, vaders were trensferred, yester,
)41 day from the Carcel.Modelo to th0
, ,Secret
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1.,",':. transfer, but it is believed Abet
'',2 It is only its. move to ease the over,
crowded,, condition of the, Camel
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LOCKS 'VISITILN. secretarleneral big Ilaromarskjold points with a cigar at a passing sill,
during a visit this morning miratiores Locks. With him are Canal Zona Gov. 'W. E. Potter and'
Roberto Iteurtematte former panamanian Ambassador to Washington and Comptroller General' ;
a positioh which he resigned to accept a po6t Rammarsklold's stalt
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'ironight's opening Cepal session
in the 'main hall of the Legisla Legislative'
tive' Legislative' Palace will open With an i inaugural
naugural inaugural address by President
Ernesto de la Guardia, Jr.
,Harmmarskjold's major address
will follow.
Nenezuelan delegate Jose Anto Antonio
nio Antonio tMayobre, who is s, his coun country's
try's country's Minister of rinance, will
reply on behalf of the delega delegations.
tions. delegations. Thereafter President do la
Guardia-will receive delegates,
observers, visiting United Na.
tions officials and members of
the, diplomatic corps at tilt
Prestrencia.
To orrew morpin,Cepal gets
&Nem -tP"Aoditheasvatithv,:in-4--,elee;'
tion
Jn't presenting' Me joint Mexlcan-Cuban
resolution. Mdocico's
delegate Placid Garcia Reynoso
outlined hone that the common
market Will stimulate exchange
of goods. diversify ,exports.,"' make
more effective the use of land
and result in rising industrial
productivity.
The resolution called for the
appointment of a subcommittee
composed of government repro.
.sentatives who with ,the coo.
peration of executive secretariat
-will prepare a draft agreement
between the governments for
the establishment of the Latin
American Common Market.
The subcommittee will be
made up of a representative of
every Latin American country
which wishes to participate.
Utilizing all previous reports,
the group wit' meet as soon as
possible so tipt executive senti-'
ment 'might be sounded and the
draft agreement result before the
end of this year at the latest.
Cuban delegate Andres Vargas
Gomez said in behalf of the joint
1 resolution that it is his country's
belief that the basic principles
worked out at the 'recent Mexico
conference should be crystalized
in a most specific way and a do document
cument document signed by the in'erested
governments.
Chairman Jose Garrido Torres
of Brazil tOok time out from dis dis,cussions
,cussions dis,cussions to, recognize the arrival
'of Cuban principal delegate Recd..
no ,Boti who is; his country's Min Minister
ister Minister of Economy.
In yestecday's late sessions, U United
nited United S'ats delegate Harold M.
Randall ,nd two. associate dele delegater,9utlined
gater,9utlined delegater,9utlined their country's po

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., UN secretary-general Dag Hammarskjold paid his first visit to the Panama Ca--
,nal today. With Gov. W. E. Potter, he boarded the vessel Diana at Miraflores for a
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t short inspection trip through part of Gca. illard Cut.-i
' The tall Norwegian world citizen 'who will give tonight's chief, address at the
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opening session of the UN Economic COM MiSSiOn for. Latin America (Cepa!) arrived
in Panama around midnight by plane from Caracas.
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'- Today Hommarskjold was honor- gueit at a midday luncheon given at the UniciO
Club by Panamci's Academy of International Law. Dr, Octavio Fbrega presented hiM
', with a document naming him an honorary member of the Academy. 0,,,
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, Today the Trade Committee sessions preceding the Cepal. meeting concluded
, discussions of the possible structure for a proposed Latin American common market
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and took up plans for an international clearing house for bilateral trade balances :-
.
Delegations from Mexico and Cuba presented a specific resolution designed to
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get the governments of Latin America for many committed to action toward a com
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sition. They observed that up to
now they have refrained from
participating in discussion of the
Mexico report except on a minor
scale.
Randall said the United States
favors any measures toward In Integration
tegration Integration ,,of te011Oillit good
provided they ,bring more .econci .econcimie
mie .econcimie freedom.-
All three stressed that a com common
mon common market should not build up
barriers.
Randall said a Latin Amor!.
can Common Markot basod on
preferential treatment would lair
wool( unless provision is made
for its-Oransformation into
tnatorkt tiniotx fir", ItadtatAff.'
roe.
AnY:"..progrartf, sitout&I, featurk
these aims, itvatikOstre$Sed.
Before the closeW last night's
sessions tbe conaW,tee' seemed
to resolve or' go around mem.
bers' differencles over the South
American Free Trade Zone be being
ing being formed by (:hile, Ar Argentina
gentina Argentina and -Uttguay.
The' body vent on record that
the. cemmon-market plani is an
, overall objective of all lAtin A America
merica America and the the South Amer American
ican American regional project is a "tem:

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eventually bc incorporated int
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larger body.
Study On Ci !yrs
Check Books' Calls
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Testimony will be taken from at
least 200 persons concerning the
turrent investigation of the mis
, handling lerf tantros34,City
It, -was rivealed
toistrict 'Attorney Gerardtr71147,7
Leon said al113 PanaMit City eoun-,
ould be, summoned :to
give nfw 'testimony in the CaSe
in addition, several 'city officials,
ex-officials and other will also be
questioned,
Among those to be questioned
are several "botellas," individuals
who drew salaries but did no work
for the city. Twenty-three of
'these, including men and women,
were summoned to appear today
for questioning.

CZ Cop Caught By Rock Fusillade
In Mango Trei Inddent Near Court

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A mango expedition on the lawn of the Amon District
Court building turned Into r0ck brawl today before the
fracas was broken up by a couple of Balboa police cars and
another patrol car of the Panama National Guard.
Radio patrolman Rogers L. Chisolm was dispatched te
the District Court area after a report that a group of boys
were stoning the mango tree op the 4th of July Avenue side
of the building.
Chisolm made' his presence known after two of the
Panamanian youngsters climbed the tree tor better access
to the fruit. By this time the crowd had grOwit to nearly
a hundred. While the policeman ordered the boys to come
down, the crowd's ringleaders threatened to stone the now nowfrightened
frightened nowfrightened Pair unless they stayed up.
Iht the end the law prevailed and both came down itit
of the tree, only to be met with a hall of stones. Chisoh
was also caught in the fusillade, as was Isabetiloyd, an in-,
nocent passing mOtorist of Panama aty, whose Buick sedan
had its rear window bashed in by one of the flyinr rocks.
A National Guard patrol appeared a few moments later
and the excitement abated.
Police said many of the crowd were ,newshoys waiting
for the noon edition of La Bora, published a block down 'Ir.
Street.

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' priewei' 4.: ,;'''''''..- ''.:' -,:.',,',' 'r ..'i',.' .'" amnfai el. ,, i., t the cemmon-market plani is an for the city. Twenty-three ,tof
t All'"1- the talk abiest tariffs The resolution called for the
t saepnteoapitonistvome es no'whtf
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go o vaewrps ut limb:, overall. objective', of all ',,Latin A- these, including men and woniee,
.,:".:."-!'-',,,,,,V,1,,44''';',-',' ..' ''' '',Y '' '' 7, i':.' ', YAIll boll' 'down in dye 'end to eoin merica and that' the South A.mer- were summoned to appear teay
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thiangtestroyer ..:':,'...... .,,,,,I
iI4; "Hoi'milch duty will I have to
'. payr,But the argument 'boil ,,, lean tegional project is .a "tem: for questioning. ,, ..
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,..... peretion of executive secretariat
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the house-wife's
it ,stretehes ,- -will
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4 Isithe Wing, ':,.-:-:. 2, .,.. ..
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Prieei-, are something ,t' e s
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h hoe-
prepare a draft agreement
g vernments for CZ C o
op Caught By, Rock Fusillade,
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4 V, American Common Market. I
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' l'i;Dyllopoyer ere; .. ,:.,
.,.,., .,.. buys a' new can of polish...But
engineers;,,doctors and police- The subcom.mittee will be In filango Tree Incident Near Court ..,
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meg tre,apt -to get befueddied a- made up of a representative of -,.
- ,;'The Republic' of 'Chine .destroy- ., .:... ..., :,1 k and compe compebout
bout compebout tational bloc s, ever L tin
y a American country 0 ,.
' 'et, Nat Yang. believed the ;be the -. . .,.. ..
..,,..4.' tition and ,moeopolies and escape which wishes to participate.
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1,-', firstf-Nationalist ChineseArian-of- ;:., j : -,.:. ,, , 41,,,,, Mil' II I I
, , .. izmg a prey ous repor I, A mango expeditlen on the lawn of the Aneon District ,i,
war to.visit the:Canal Zone since. ", :..e: .. .. ..,.... .,.:i'': . the group -,vil meet as soon as Court building turned into a rock brawl today before the
World War II,' is, scheduled to ar, .!,: :.. 1,',
, , own bestlangeage, is well ,werta Possibie so tbat executive sentit. fracas was broken up by a couple of Balboa police cars and ..
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t ht be sounded and the another patrol car of the Panama hlational Guard. ,..,.;
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kg' for a twe-da stonover. ,,,,, ,, :.,.. draft agreement result before the .-'
Radio patrolman' Rogers L. Chisolm was dispatched to ,-,.
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The :Nan Yang'Will berth,"at .,., end of this year at the latest. the District Court area after a report that a group or boys
advised ,to leave guns. and knives 'Fil)tbtmemreliteore....
i BodMan NavatStation after trans-.
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. at !lathe' Aed best to eet a Cuban delegate Andres Vargas were stoning the mango tree on the 4th of July Avenue side
- siting; the etnal,:". upon arrival ,,,..- ---'------ it s - - Gomez said in behalf of -the joint 'of the building.
,..:,,I.:.. baby si,tter for your tweeyear-ld;
role against resolution that It is his country's ,,,,
from Guantanamo,'Itay,',. Cuba,,It :., i ..., Chisolm made' his, presence known after two or the ..,,,
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1 k will' PleaVirAtinday morning nit: .:3:.:!;,, though,WJhe. re's no
bringinginm. belief that the basic principles Panamanian youngsters climbed tile tree tor better access
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route: 'to "San Diego,', Calif.' .'.'-... .,.t 1:..4., worked out. et the tetent Mexico to the fruit. By this time the crowd had grown to nearly
'. ) Conimanded by :.::Capt., ',,,,, Yang ,.,.. t i,' .....,.,' A now .: IYPit of six4hennel conference should be crystalized a hundred. While the policeman ordered the ,boys to come
Arensieterized listening set -is'
Sung."Chen;Ahe, 1700'' -.,,tn, ,Nari ,.', i i,
in a most specific way and a do- down, the crowd's ringleaders threatened to stone the now now4
4 now4 ...Yangjeames 20.'nfficeril,".alici 190 I 'il
i'..''':... '':being,assed for the only the see- c, ument igned by the in'erested frightened Pair unless they stayed up.
'end HMO' in the visitor's gal galenlisted,
enlisted, galenlisted, Men... ..,4''", ';-i- '- ':,''l '' ,;:' '-'4 il governments.
.-,lory at ,this,,conforancs.
Ivo sm a'n. Chairman Jose ,Garrido Torres
It is the: fonter-American; Wor,,, -, i ,i,' , -,
. ,, An Austriar 'product, itt.the end the law prevailed and both came down colt
. Alp' IISS,riunkett,,World ,War ,11 '; -,,-:- of Brazil took time nut from dis- of the tree, only to be met with a hail of stones.' Chisoh ,
destroyer,,,given.lo. -the Republic :.',, : ''..'' f ero lighter, ,elearer thin previous;
- imits. It.aists has a built-le : an cussions to, recognize 'the arrival was also caught in the fusillade, as was Isaber-Lloyd, an in-,
of ,alints. .under the- 1,1S,,,.militery 4' ti. Of Cuban principal delegate Beet- nocent passing metorist of Panama aty, whose Bukk sedan ' t
Souvenier fector." There's no,. use
' asaistanca;Program,..,,;.. ',,, "..1,..4 , .... .,... ... .. :,...
.', no Boll who is, his tountry's Min- had its rear window bashed in by one of the flyinr rocks.
A ,..,, et trying tce emuggle ene out. past
I A. 4eriecut 'social events .'plani ..,..,...; ,:....,,,.......,,..,,. ........ ,....,. ......, ,.....,,..... ,. .. ...; ...,.. ister of Economy A, National Guard patrol appeared a few moments later ...
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'ned,'In eenjunetien, with 'the ship I ,,,,..,,&).,:.,,,,i.:,,,,,........,:....,,.:,..,,,).,,,,.,..,:......:,.......,:::...,,,.....,.,,..,.,:, ,;.,..,.3.., ,,,:,,,.,:'",i'.0'..':,,':.: ., .,.- -:' :,,, ,.: z''' '', ," .. :, .,, ,.. the doorinen, when you leave be- In yesteeday's; l'ale sessions, ll- and the excitement abated.. ,
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, ',.. . nRiatendaaSn'ats delegate Harold M.
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,nd two' associate dele- for the noon edition of La Bora, published a block down "B"!., '...',
. N. CoMmunity House-in hOnnr of -, the ., -:,......... Tile smatrr.,,cream-colored trim. . ,..,
gatea,9,utlined their country's po- Street. .t ,,
!'." ship's officers. 4 .,'', ;.;.',,, .'.'0, ,.,.......,.,..,.. 1 ....". 1 stster th,at 'you hang around your .:,
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,, On 'Saturday, a' lencheon will, ,', ......,.. .,..,1 neek hal.,,,as,,white button, fer,, the .., ........., ,,:, : .,.. . .. . ,....,...,,,,, . . , ; ..-t.
,,....,,,,... .. f. language-el the speakere:a brewn' k:.'::K,',...',1A..:,,,,:';.:,....'.,;;",giiit,,:,fo'.:;;::"":::,?,:i:,..:;:.::!,:,;:':,.::::,:.,,4.''''':'''',";'r:.,',;,,;-N),:ouoI,:1;:;",..:!0;-,..'!.4!-inz$::,':. ...-As;,..i.i:;;'1,:,:;A'f:,, ....
I ,, be 'given by Rear Adm. -Lewis S. ., ....:.,,.:.., ,,.
, Parks, Cemmandarit of the.."4. Fif .,.,:"...i,...''.., i .....- one 4or 'English, green for, French ;:.4.,:...,.,..04,.,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.:7, ,,,:.,,:...i.,:..;,:t4iN.,.:,..,..;,i':,.,,,.:...1.,..::::i:!,,'....:,....., -,.,,:,,,..-,--,.,,,,,,.,'..i.,,,,4;::::,.e..",....,. -..',,,:'..:..n....t'.:.ifi,:',,V....,4i,'.,.:M,s...-.....,;-,.,..;....!.,..?..,..,..r,i..:.,,,.'..,., ,.,:..,
teenth Naval District, at 'the 'Tort ..L.. .....,..-- '.....z, ....,...1 -and red,' for Spanish. There '. ore. :V, ,:'-.:p:::.,;;;."::-',.,,,,:".,:::::,,;,,..,;:,,.I:,,,,,,,,,;':::.,,i',,',";,:-;.,;:.,'4.,:"..::.;;:fi,...;t',' .',.'...:::;,-.:.-:,:".. ":.!,' ::..,."...::'J,,',:.',,,!'',':,-.::'.,,!'";:...',',',.,,".;.',:toj4..::i:;',....,',:),,;',..;;...d.',;.1y.t.0i.z,;,P: ,.".
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Amador Officers, Club. Cocktails ,, ...... ..,....., .,. -...i....,,,, elS01' yellOW' ana rime butionsi in ::,f.,,,:,,,,.-,,,,,,..,,,,At..,,,,,,-,-,..i.;.',:.,,.',.,.,,-,,,,,,.....,:.,..-,,--,...,...-,...,..,:m;.;,:4.,-,.,,.:,,,,,,....,,,,,,,-, i'.1,,':....i4.:......:.,',:- ...,,,,,-,,,,,,,,. ,,,..,,,.. ,t,t...50-.,...,,I.,,....,,,,,::...,,r.:.,,....., 7:1. -:,,:.,,:.:. :!,;:... :',
, at 12:15 will,. be followede;',..by ,' .''''..' '..," : ....'''' '..-.'..',. 'other foreign' conferences thew?, ''.'''.',.,.,.',.--,.,,,,,,,,;:.",,,,,,y..T,.":,:,..",",.,,,,",,,',:.,,,,:,',-.:..,:,.,.',.:.,.,,,,),..:-...;')...,.;yi..A":.,'.,..,..',-.,,...'....'H,.,,..,,,,,,.A,i,;:::.,:- -..,',-,,,,,,.,,.,.,,,-",.,,,,',",,,..,'-',...kii.i.:..-,tm..,,?,'.. .f..,,..!:;tio,,,,,.. '......, '..i''
,ebe,:',,used for, Russian ''-, or .4'.7.,,''''',"7,.,,'''.,-;,:.,",:::',,,,,.'..,,,,,,,,..",,.:,,,"",,,,:,,,,.,,,:,.,.:-.A. nise:,,,,,,,,,,..,,,.;.,......,".,",:',......:.,".,..-,..,'..:;,-.,,,,,,.i41:0ars.",:,..e,',t',,,,-,',"...,',,,-,.,.fr,..,.,,7'!,...,.,,..,,1..-.,..!!,:.:.,4..:::.,,..g r.:,.. -', '.',,I,
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, lencheon at 12:45. '"-'.1,,,,t.,' '.,....::..,
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' visit the Nan Yanu, at Rodman ''':"- ',....:,..,... Each sel: costs about $60, ,!i.,4;',,,-,;:,,,,','..:,,,..:,.,.,...,:.,,,'..,;..,.,-.,,..,,...,,..',..,-,..,,,,...,4,.,,,....,,:,..,,,,,.........,..:,,,,,',.::,:ke,,,v....,:i.1., ,.4.40,....,i, ,,,i..,,:..,e......,-;,..i.:.;.f,.-,ri,,,,. ,k -:4)-'3,t .. ':
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1 beginning at 1' p.m., Saturday, ,..,.;:,k:: Part of s each belongs to ',, the: ,i.,:,:-',.,-"'",,,,,,,,,,.-..'",',,. -.,-...,'",',':,"''''-',,,,:::, .:';:t.''',,,,-."-;,',',',',""'.,..,,!,,e,'",''..,'...,,.'''..:, ,V,1,,,":46 il.,...ro",,ttet",. .-;-",..,- ,,..
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' That' evening, Chun 'and.,,hie offi- ,
.cers -will be feted at a stag,' din" ''...''::::. country 'is a member'of thilbel. '''-',::".'ii'''''''','',',,,,'''',"'',".5..'''''O'''''''''' '' ';'..'....,.''''.1':1?"...::;' ..41'1oe,,:,-,.,ioe'l-N, ''''''''..,,.....'
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t ... .::, conducted ., by, eandevaL...''4,4,..e.... -.', diDminal DAN'S TIN' CANS-,--The: art Of tranatorMing lin !Old 011 drurn Into One Of the' firtinte than thrae tons abf ,,,minoogrook .? Ai',4!!-,,..5;1.0,1!..:,;::.,:,K,...:i.,,,..j,4:.,..:,,,..!,q,..:(,,i,:k4.4...7.7.7;!- , ......,f....... ,::... .... ........ ;to., .., :,
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'',1 '1,', : Meanwhile al nt the tubahlnl Awed 137 the Navy steel band front Bah Juan Jig teolonstrated;bY,nativ,es of "Trinidad, Ahown od documents wore flown to Po- fi...-v,,..ri:,;.!::,., -,..s:::',.:1-':."!-:- ,,,',- :';";:,....::;;s::'':::'i,-.:.''.. l'.:, :::. .'':" t ..,....
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' ... i'.'Vaders ::were," transferrek, ester- ,removing the. bl, MA drum With a haniMer,,,,' &rut chisel and ',,turning the'', other end 0.Witti a name after rocont, common., ..
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4 ,', ,- dal frOM the CarcelModelOYtoth,fi ,.;:;.htt,m, mer grid ',Iv ber..ended" stick., The qesult ..itt uPper right:. is : a bass' drum' And, at lewer "right market talks Irs.. Santiago, ;h1- ...- .,:,;,,,,;;a4.,:,s,..,,,:j4.a,,,,s4:'a.is,41,4,,..,AL,,,,i.,Q,,,,,4$4, -,,,,,,,,,,w ..,.,,,..,.....0106,,,,,..,,.0.1i.,,,,,,,i,;,,,......,.,, ...mob ,....,,, ..,
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, .0,, yo was .,,, igvetv tot lee ,drummers,, known lia Admiral Dan's",' Pandemoniees tor' their originator. Rear...Adm; Daniel F. W.hat the'. local '1:trein'age will ,
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' .. i It le Only lit move ease the over Imorrow to Play at,, the Navy. Relief Charity, daneea at Ict.,Amador tomerrowrdeht. end at the chief,. of document-"ean't even during a Visit this morning Miraflores Locks. With him are Canal Zen' 00V 'W' E. Potter And ..,...;.... : '.:.,,,
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r ... irowried, condition -of ,th, Carcel !sityroom in. Cristbal, saturday night Thee generlt1 pubile is. in!lted.. Admissio.n117'.$71',w, ith, all tstimate yet, She's toe buy keep- Hobert Heurtematte termer Panamanian Ambassador to WashingtOri and Comptroller Generale., .,.., ., ,4
A i' iproceeds' soing, to pall 13,ellet chartty...,.... J:,,, ,,,, ..,,,.,...., ,: .i., ..",.............,,,,,, ,'. ,' ,,r p'.'y -,..,..f.4 log,track of them alk.,..,,,,s4.,;,;:- a position which he resigned
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its., quire aelonaticin.,of ,'.three '20-1W man ,or ,woman, 'and any student, 'for Latin America, hut peace for Much of the talk is abstraCt --
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ELECTIONS AND HONESTY
: Sir :

Even though your regular Mail Box contributor "Reconsider "Reconsider'
' "Reconsider' ation" has already answered "Herrerano Not a Don" (Mail Box,
May 4), would like to refute a few of the statements made by
non-Don racist.
, One evidence of Herrerano's bigotry is his reference te "Re "Reconsiderition"
considerition" "Reconsiderition" as evidently "belonging to the unassimilated minor.
ity of West Wien Negroes." Herrerano, does not seem to-realize
that the West Indian Negroes Who came here to dig theCanaland
' teach a little culture and cleanliness to the-native Pananlanian -Pow
have grendchildren who ere the PanaManiin children of Penaman.
ians, far removed from British or West Indian ties. The only West
Indian trait they still bave is thet of dreSsing proficrly. That's why
d'Herrerano" will find that the best-dressed people Panamaare
the grandchildren of the West Indians and the Rabiblancos who
have travelled to the United Slates and Europe where they learned
to dress tc suit et ery occasion.
"Herrerano" doesn't know what he is talking about when he
says Panama is "governed by elected representatives of the peo peorile."
rile." peorile." He is probably one of the few who don't know that Ernestito
was not elected in a fair election and that all the Deputies of the
National Assembly kand the city councilmen were eppointed to of office
fice office by Dickie Arles. Toto Remon, the Comandante and Ernestito
himself during the 1956 election farce.
As for the mnnev of the people "being handled with scrupulous
honesty." that's a laugh. Everyone knows that a municipal scandal
:is now recupying the front pages of the newsnapers. People with a
modicum of understanding also know that the Panama municipal af
fairs is only an attempt by Ernestiio to saerificesomebody In the
: hope of having himself considered as a paragon of honestt honesttGraft
Graft honesttGraft And embezzlement hes been and still is an integral part
of every Pananianian administration and will continue to be until
we get rile of the few families whn have had their hand in the gov government
ernment government 'Ile ever since tho birth of the renublie.
Let "Herrerano" enntinne tn delude himself. He can't fool anY anYbody.
body. anYbody. not evon tho Zonlans to whom the whle set-un In Panama is
' mietY
As Pr. "Psnreciotive Panamanian" (Mail Pot, May 7), he's
olta,or of tbo Unolo Tom variety or so blind that he can't see any
farther than his nose. I think it best that he just ho
Wide Awake.

Sir:
Recently your paper has printed mady arguments and much
'discussion pru and con in regard to the Aocal litue 0f revenues
estuting from the operation of the CA,14411 7?.
Asiae from partisan politics and local economic problems, it
appears to me that the basic issue at stake is one of differing
istailcards of living. .

stamards of living.
also occurs L0 me while contemplating on the subject, that
litantiards of living differ between countries largely because of
original differences in raw materials, population density, educa education
tion education and capital.
In the United States productivity, and consequently the stand standlrd
lrd standlrd of livingifis Ifigh Oetcause the lador4omell,equ4pped with tools,
In the United Stites troduetivityoond consequently the
etandard of living, is high because the laborer is well-equipptd
With tools and machinery, has rich, abundant and diversified
resources upon which to work land, timber, minerals and other
resources are plentiful and because he is in a country where
training may be acquired, where production Is efficiently or organized
ganized organized and where a stable government and free institutions
prevail.
The high productivity of the American laborer makes it pos poslrelatively
lrelatively poslrelatively high in terms of food, shelter and other domestic nee-.
modities to consume and a high standard .of living, commodity commoditywise.
wise. commoditywise. However, in other countries the standard of living may be
relatively high in terms of f000d, shelter and other domestic nec necessities,
essities, necessities, but may not be high in terms of manufactured conveni conveniences
ences conveniences and other imported luxury goods.
The question is raised, however, of whether it is morally right
or practically possible for standards of living to differ indefinite indefinitely
ly indefinitely between nations.
If one nation, for example, cannot compete commercially and
economically with another, it is wrong for that-nation 'to com compete
pete compete in military strength with the other nation?
If we answer that it is wrong, then doesn't the nation with
the higher standard of thing have some moral obligation to the
other nations without that standard of living?
' It appears that the nation with the higher standard of liv living
ing living has two extreme alternatives or any number of coMpromises
to make.
The nation could share its real wealth with the other nations.
This would be Communism pure and simple.
The nation could build its own strength militarily in .order
to completely dominate the other nations (at least for a while).
This would be capitalistic imperialism in the extreme.
Perhaps the answer lies in compromise between the two ex extremez,
tremez, extremez, with enough sharing to partially satisfy but not satiate
the- other nations, and enough strength to "bluff" and back up
the bluff ) the other nations.
In either case, the population must realize that its standard
cif living must be reduced from the maximum possible within the
nation in order to finance any alternative decided upon for surl
Vival.
' This I believe is the basic problem of the day underlying all
, current considerations, national and international.
La Tela.

' The most meaningful ad I have ever seen simply quoted Ed Edlnund
lnund Edlnund Burke to the effect that all that was necessary for the
'forces of evil to triumph in this world was for enough then of
goodwill to do nothing. To this I would add "or to waste their
time in unimportant or inconsequential things."
It seems difficult for most individualists to realize that they
can only be effective through group action. It does no good
whatever to desert a demooratic group which does not, at a given
inOment, agree with you. Stay with the group or rejoin it it you
ever hope to do your little bit toward its advancement.
The power and influence of one individual can sometimes,be
significant. Let no one person underestimate his effect in the
overall action af the group however large it may be. If the' group
be truly democratic his voice and vote can be telling and liecisive.
There must always be a minority and sometimes it may be of one,
:bqt as the minority opinions of yesterday become themajority
opinions of today, so today's unpopular exponent, if his Ideas
have any true merit, will also prevail.
; And let all pouting, sulking non-conformists for pusillanim pusillanimwaverers)
waverers) pusillanimwaverers) realize the deadly effect on the group of their
ignominious withdrawal.
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By VICTOR MEM,
That old imdisciplined "auto "autonomy"
nomy" "autonomy" of imions ha been, the
"autonomy to-'steal, the autonomy
to rob, the autonomy ,to mantel,
one of the' nation's policy-making
labor chiefs told a' small'
group in his' tan-motif,' ultra ultramodern
modern ultramodern inne,r office the other
day.
These were the words of the
Workers, Union leader, peppery
David Dubinsky, who organiza organization
tion organization has more than a quarter of
a billion dollars in ash, bonds
and 29 buildings.
Dubinsky was briefing the small
group before flying to Miami
Beach for the ILOWIre 30th na national
tional national convention. He and his u union
nion union have long backed lovirn lovirn'ment
'ment lovirn'ment action to crack the mobs
which have moved inside labor.
"The labor Movement, the AFL AFLCIO,
CIO, AFLCIO, cannot clean up by itself,"
Dubinsky literally shouted as
though the sounds .might in some
' way waft down midway and
into the streets of the garment
jungle where the mob still runs.
"We have no subpena power.
That's a very important weapon.
Without it the record shows that
the unions cannot take care
of themselves in the fight on .ne
cnderworld., Under the 'Senate
bill, the Secretary of Labor nas
suhpena power. He can dig into
records. That can do it."
But even the explosive Dubinsky,
Inder of the 442,901 UnionistS
(80 percent of the women) who
make the nation's fashions for
ladies, did not shout any enthu enthusiasm
siasm enthusiasm for the Senate's Abor
reform bill. Neither he nor his
colleagues on the. AFL-CIO Ethi Ethical
cal Ethical Practices Committee nor
those in. the central labor com command
mand command known as the Excutive
Council want the Kennedy-Ervin
bill passed if Sen. McClellan's
bill of labor rights stays in it.
This is apparent not only from
the report of DUbinsky and Pis
officers tc the Garment Workers
convention now, in ,aession. It is
obvious to the scores of labor of officials
ficials officials who have been calling the
national AFL-CIO, .headquartert.
They want the word on whether
to fight the bill or support it pu publicly.
blicly. publicly. They are being told to
wait.

Wait for what? wait for the
private analysis now being made
of the bill by the AIPL-CIQ's three
top attorneys. They are Arthur
Goldberg, Al 'Won and Tom
Harris. Each has been assign assigned
ed assigned a section. Each will report
first to prexy George Meany.
Meany will then submit it to
the Executive Council session
in Washington beginning May
18.
The reits will rip into sec sections
tions sections of e bill. The word, is
that labor pressure will then be
brought ion the House of Repre Representatives
sentatives Representatives to "soften" the pro proposed
posed proposed reform law. During open,
hearings the bill will be attaCked
by Meany and by that austere
pro-consul of the American woik woiking
ing woiking man, John L. Lewis.
But it will be hard, indied,
get a softer version oa'ut 'of the
House. Sen. McClellan, tow fight fighting
ing fighting mad, is consulting regu regularly
larly regularly with Rep. Graham Bar Barden,
den, Barden, head of the House Labcr
Committee. The Arkansan was
infuriated by testimony before
his own committee this past week
which revealed that a goon had
murdered-on ,Boilermakers U Union
nion Union business agent and cut
anotber wide open. McClellan is
determined to fight for his bill
of rithts' section.
Rep. Barden, who has been
keeping close tabs on the textile
civil war in his -home state tolA'n
fo Henderson, Is working with
McClellan in rounding up House
votes for a tougher NIL "Judge"
Barden has promised the gentle gentleman
man gentleman from Arkansas 'that the
bill of rights stays in.
This means that the labr,r
chiefs may well condemn the
law.
If so, they will pressure their
Senate friends' into voting 2-
gainst a final vension the One
that will come out of the Senate SenateHouse
House SenateHouse conference.
Thus, there could be no
reform law this year ,after ali
and after all the exposures.

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persons on a grade crossing near
the Polish-Soviet border yesterday.
The Polish radio said a number
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I don't suppose anybody pays
much more attention to old Mon MontyFiela
tyFiela MontyFiela Marshal Viscount Mont Montgory
gory Montgory of Alamein, that is than
they do to Harry Truman, who is
always snorting and kicking down
the slats abOut something or oth other,
er, other, usually Dick Nixon.
Old !nen with nothing vem
much to do tend, to garrulousness,
and both Monty and Truman have
made a career along what we us used
ed used to call Bobo Newsom lines in1
the baseball business. Pop of
and it's bound to get printed,
which was one basic difference
between Bobo and Nicholas, Mur Murray
ray Murray Butler.
But I believe that the waspish
old British general had a pint
when he talked about our govern government
ment government being run by sick men, al although
though although it was presented in the
worst of taste.
Monty said iije're slipping be
cause of our siet men. I donT
believe we're slipping.
Nor do, I think that Christian
Herter's use of crutches because
of an arthritic ailment makes
him any less functional as a chief
of the State Department. The late
FDR hung around for what was
it, four terms, on no real legs at
all, was ,,halled for- at least two
terrns as a superman.
, It is certain that Ike, with his
heart-and-stomach history, cannot
at his age give a much attenton
to his job as a young guy who
has had no stroke and didn't
have to undergo a delicate piece
of internal surgery.
It is certain that Mr. John Fot Fotter
ter Fotter Dulles, in his gallant fight
against canocr, cannot possily
have been an efficient Secretary
of State in recent months.
Anybody who has suffered from
anything as mild as the common
hangover, the common cold, or

Monty Has a Point
By BOB RUARK

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a chronic sinus will tell you that
the performance falls off while
the suffering takes over. As a
momentary sufferer from all
three of the above named, I
would say that the prose don't
sparkle like to says it should in
the contract.
But a somher thing that I think
we must face in the upcoming e-1
lections, with their entuing ap appointments
pointments appointments by the elected to po positions
sitions positions of high place, is just how
healtby is everybody concerned.
I ;would not, for instance, if I
were a Democrat, vote for, Lyn Lyndon
don Lyndon Johnson,. because I know his
history of heart trouble, am I
know about the demands of the
office on the man. Maybe Mr.
Johnson, feels fine in the Senate
right now. But how fine would he
feel with an accumulation of de de,cisions
,cisions de,cisions of make to President?-,,
:, Of ctinnilizetreitcannot tpredlct
a cancerecatip- coutle,-r-yor
cannot predict rtheart 'attack,'
1 but I notice, that the .checkups
they have made- on the fliers no nominated
minated nominated for the first orbit of the
earth has been possibly the most'
rigorous ever applied to a nu num
m num an body.
I happen to believe that the iol)-
of being -President or SecretarY1
of State is a little more imifrol imifroltant
tant imifroltant than snooping around outer
space, where most of us living,
earthbound mortals, are concern concerned.
ed. concerned. We had no more right electing
Roosevelt, a dying man, for the
last term, than we would have
held in electing that'fine legisia legisiative
tive legisiative gentleman, Robert Taft, -alto
knew he was dying and what he
was dying of.
The brain is the big issue, but
it operates badly without bodily
cooperation, and I do not think
that Mr. Roosevelt's body coOper-,

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or the other way rotmd, during
this last term, or even in his
third term; A hangnail or a sore
tooth ,can start a war if you are
in a, position to start one.
We place a great deal of em emphasis
phasis emphasis on the physical fitness of
the people we choose to die tor
their country hi the armed forc forces,
es, forces, and we are now beginning to
probe the skulls of common sol soldiers
diers soldiers to see if they 'can peel po potatoes
tatoes potatoes at MAXiMilm effiCienCY
It seems to me that we might
devote soMt, oi the same thought
to our candidates- for electiou,
and certainly to our people of ap appointive
pointive appointive rank.
'Any good racing'sheet will give
you the past performance on a
horse. I think that in the upcoin upcoining
ing upcoining elective sweepstakes a solid,
impartial physical examination,
plus e;,.past performaX on
lthoul(t' be as mttch t of tilie
'program as the classic 'and if
elected, I will" thing.
If this is a harsh way to look
at it, "Im sorry, but an interna international
tional international joke has been make of
Ike's preoccupation with the golf
course, and, in the less tender
journals,. with ,his frequent illness illnesses.
es. illnesses. And now old Monty, the Brit British
ish British answer to Harry Truman, has
knocked us because our leaders
are sick. In the case of at least
three, you couldn't call Monty a,
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wAsHiNGToNt The prolong-'
ed Senate. scrutiny ot Adm. Lewis
14.--Strauu.to be Secretary of -Commere,
is ,unusuaL Bat remits
from two even more smusual facts
Strausalit long governmental
career:
- Fact No; 1 ---He could riot have
been confirmed for reappointinent
as chairman of' the Atomic Ener Energy
gy Energy Commission. Thus, by promot-1
ing him to an even more impor importent
tent importent post, the President- automa-
tically knew Strauss risked Pro Prolonged
longed Prolonged Senate. hearings and even
defeat..
Fact No. 2 Straust has. dealt'
with some of the most vital. factsi
affecting man's right to -survive,
and is charge :with concealing
many of them: '',
In his new post In charge of the
Commerce Department, he will
also be in e, key position ,to in influence
fluence influence man's right to survive,
for be will be In charge of the,
Weather Bureau which is inter interested
ested interested 'in radioactive fallout; .,the
Bureau. of- Standard's with its strH
my of scientistaf anh 'the. Patent'
Office whkh controls a'omic and
hydrogen Went., noW sought by
private industrY:
He will also continue to be a
close atomic 'adviser- to the Pre President.
sident. President. This is why a Cabinet confirma confirmation,
tion, confirmation, which is usutlly. routine, is
being handled so Carefully;
The nails:Ms why 'Strauss tiould
not have been reconfirn)ed as,
Atomic Energy chairman are also
important. They are:
1) The fact that he was the first
man in years to be appointed to
the Cabinet after he was involved
in a c onf 11 c t-of-interest case.
Other Cabinet members, as, for
instance Harold Talbott, were
forced to resign.. Stratus was
prompted.
2) The fact that lie flatly re refused
fused refused to answer questions asked
him by other Senate commit committes,
tes, committes, even though his attorney ad advised
vised advised that he had no privilege.
The average citizen is jailed
when he refuses to answer' ques questions.
tions. questions. Strauss., was treated more
gingerly. But when any official
refuses to answer Congressional
1questions, he is not going to be
confirmed easily to higher' office.
1 FUTURE OF OUR CHILDREN
,What concerns every ,mother
, ancl father in the United States re re1garding
1garding re1garding the present Se,nate deba debatei
tei debatei is Strauss's ,record of mini mini,
, mini, mizing or concealing-the danger
' of atomic fallout with its cancer
forming strontium 90 -which gets
in the bones -of thiliiren. Here' is
a summary of the "facts: '
In 1954, When AEC CoMmission CoMmissioner
er CoMmissioner Tom Murray wattled the pu public
blic public a speeth at Fordham 11-
tilVersit rertarding the' danger ,of,
, strontiato Strauss,. Asou AsourniisiolieloVeffertfObetiLlisfei'
rniisiolieloVeffertfObetiLlisfei' AsourniisiolieloVeffertfObetiLlisfei' it
1Presi- relits1 renting Mtn.
SeptittibeP1954,,,Whell Adis!
S'evenson urged tlitt we. begin ne ne4otiations
4otiations ne4otiations with Russit for a sus susDenson
Denson susDenson of atomic bomb testing in
order to prevent further radoact radoactvty,
vty, radoactvty, Stratiss advised Eisenhower
against Ike had just taken a se se1cret
1cret se1cret stand ,similar to Stevenson's
1--on the urging 'of John 'neer
Dollesbut reversed himself. He
ctilled Stevenson'', proposal "de "design
sign "design for disaster."
On Nov. 3, three days before
the election, Strauss played poli politics
tics politics with science by issuing a
statement from the White 'House
minimizing the ,danger of radloact
ive fallout.. He called Stettenson's
position "untrue" 'nod "false,"
On Nov. 5, Dr.'Edward Teller,
close friend of S'rauss who went
to his rescue .before the Senate
Commerce Committee lost week,
issued a somewhat similar state

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day before 4, the election., Telier
thus put himself in the Positictn
playing p ol it lc Later, the -1 A
Strauss oundation awarded hint,: (
One year later, Eisenhower Itinr, '-
self adopted tbe Stevenson propo;',
sal oind began negotiations- with ,,
the Russianuto end nuclear test.:
1-ast week, Dr. Charles Dun: .1,
ham, head of the Atomic Ener231; v
Division of Biology and Medicine;
testified: '"During the past year
there bps fallen- out across much
of the United States nearly 20 me
.strontium 90 per 'square mile,
about twice the amount that hal
fallen out in any prior 12 months.,
period. As a result we are seeing,
substantial increases in levels of
strontium 90 in milk 'and other
foods.
"It Is possible," he said, "that
the average bcidy 'burden of stront; 4,"
ium 90 in young children over
'much of the US., could riserto IO ,-
strontium units from testing' to
,
date.", $
Xigures from the Atomic Ener; ,z
gy Commission, over, w h I kb
scrams presiden wiriest year,
were released last week showing
also that on Feb. 19 white bread'
in a New York supermarket con-
tained strontium 90 equal to four
times the maximum "perm's.'
sible" limit as a result of radin-.
ative fallout on the wheat fields pt
Illinois.
These are some of the facts,
which officials who worked ,under t
Strauss revealed last week af after
ter after he had left the Atomic Energi
Commission.

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Episcopal Church in the Mie--
sionary Diocese of the Panama
Canal Zona).
St. Matthew 6:6
RESPONSE TO PRAYER-,
"Mon thou praysst, enter Intl s
thy closet, and pray to thy Pa.'
thar which, ii In secret; 'and thi';
Pother which seetk, socrstl
,shall reword that openly."
The'gifts of the Xing show Ili
over and over that, ye have'
God who cares,for us, Who knows
us,-and Who hears us. Sometimes
the question is raised, '1))6ed..God
heavprayrr But illittrqueltioq
is, already' antiWeked., ,!
We have our,LOrd's WOrd
our prams are heard, and wei
know that whenever we pray it. is,
God Who leads us to do so. In
prayer the initiative is God's: tha
prayer is our response to Him.- In' at
this sense, He bears our prayers
before we do.-
Prayer is more ,than asicing,
God for something. It is a foal
communication, in which ye speak.
to Him and He speaks to us. And
it is not only the communiCatind
of words and ideas, but pf person
with -Person: the putting eitt of
a hand in the, dark to touch a Hand
that steadies us. the senring forth a
of love and gratitude and adore-
tion in resoonse to the receiving
of love and grace,
No forces in the woird can hold
Christians Incommunicado: they '4,
are always in communication with
their God (and therefore with Ore
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a servant"
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on him while he. was doing gar garpentry
pentry garpentry work the day. before .the
lynching and he entered a hospi-
tal, for treatment of a- neck in.isto
the morning after Parker yes an anducted,
ducted, anducted, ,
Re said', he heard agents- behind
his house during a recent night
and fired a shotgun at them, put
apparently missedt
He maid the FBI' had "both-
ered" him with long questioning
sessions. Ife said they tended "te
make me say words I'm ashamed
of."

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POPLARVILLE, Miss. -May ,; 14
CUPI)--The- Rev. James 1.ee,-,
' missionary Baptist -' preacher
44 who helieves Negrou are meant
to be servants, said today the YBI
, bat toldhim he is saeprime
ri mut, in the lynching of NN;to
- C. Parker.,
4001 s FBI agentr! have, advised himl
and, his son,'-. garage mechmlic
-0,, Jeff Lee,- to retain attorneys, he
said. ,1 4 (
Howerer,- no -charges 'have been
brought against anyone in 'o,the
Parker lynching,' which oicurred
April 25. The FBI refused, corn
4 meal -
9 Parker, 23-year-old Lumbertn,
Miss., Negro, being, held 4, on
4 charges of raping a white women,'
yes 'taken from the Pearl River
; 'County jail.. here by 9 or 10
masked men wearing., white gloves.
1, Be was lewd last.. week in the
Pearl Rivet, .alain eby, gunshots.,
The 58-year-old backwoods min minister
ister minister told United Press Interne.'
tional that federal'. agents have
questioned him extensively. He
said they told him several per per0.t.
0.t. per0.t. sons identified him 'as "the No. 1
suspect" .in 1 Parker'n' abductionl
and death., .,
The Rev. Lee, father of eight
sons, laid -the agents asked aim
11 0 to account for his wbereabouts in,
the early hours of April 2t when
rarker was kidnaped.
"I told them I would do that
when they brousht NM kind of
legal action against me, but right
coy I, don't have to," he aaid.
, His son, Jeff Lee, said Tues Tuesok
ok Tuesok day he also had; been questioned
at length and put ,under surveil surveillance
lance surveillance by the FBI.
.The son said he refused to take
'lie -detector test because "I
4 don't believe in 'theta."' Both lath lather
er lather and son said the agents ad advised
vised advised them to hirey lawyers.
One other person, farmer C. C.
(Crip) Reyer, said the FBI has
been following hitt ,;movements.
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01 Steel Conipany Head
'Sees Goo rospec
for 1959 Earnings

FLEMINGTON', N.J. CUM--
C. M.' White, chairinarr of Repub Republic
lic Republic Steel Corp.,. said yesterdaY
' 1959 earnings prospects for the
third bigfest steel company are
"excellen despite- the threat of
a strike in the third 'quarter.
"Although the' outlook. for the
third quarter Is',tdnfused by the
labor situation,, We believe it pos
sable that: otiOate of operations
in the fourth 4itarter 'could 're 'return
turn 'return to, the level" of this 'present
, quarter," be told the' annual meet meeting
ing meeting here. Republic is currently
operating at 95- pee,tent of cape- i
City.
, The 'steel eiecutiii, also dit-
' closed-that' Republic hei-budgated1
more than 'F5'Milliph dollars fur
a five-Yeai caPital improvement
program. He said- ft will be -the
largest strh program hi the com company's
pany's company's history, but will not In Involve
volve Involve cortitruction of any new
mills. 4-
Th program- as presently con
templated, he added, 'calls for the
spending of 55. million dollars -this
year 110 million' in 1960 84 mil
hon in 1962, 60 million in 190
and the rest in' 1963.
White said the,company expects
to finance the program out of
earnings and working capital.
White said 'total industry pro production
duction production 'should, reach 115 million
tons this year or five million ,tons
4 more than be had previously esti esti'
' esti' mated.
"It is not unreasonable to sug suggest,"
gest," suggest," he added, "that total in industry
dustry industry steel production for 1960
may exceed that ,of 1959, possibly
by thr.ee to five million tons."

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Crash Into' Sea
MYRTLE BEACH, S. C,, (UPI)
May 14 --Three torce ,100
Super Sabrejete crashed, eppar epparently
ently epparently in follow-the leader fashion,
into the Atlantic Ocean yesterday
while' on a Might navigation and
refueling -missum-
An intensive: air'. and surface
search was launched for the three
missing pilots.. The Navy, at
Charleston, S. C., reported one
body 'was found.
'Mal. Gen. Daniel W. Jenkins,
deputy commanding n general of
the ilth Air Force, flew here from
nearby. ShawrAFB to, personally
direct the search and the Air
Force declined to' release more
than bare details Of 'the tragedy
pending completion of the investi investigation.
gation. investigation. '
A spokesman fluid, one eyewl:-
ness, apparently the pilot of -another
plane, said le saw the
planes' descendinu rapidly", in
formation shortly before the crash
which was officially-limed at 3108
a.m.'
The spokesman said there was
no indication of an in-air collision
and the repnrt that- the jets de descended
scended descended 'in 'rmation": indicated
they followed one another, into the
ocean.
:planes crashed Into the
ocean,anout 10 miles southeast of
Myrtle :Beach, a South, Carolina
Coastal resort, Which also has an
Air Force base. All, three planes
wercatationed,bere.,The,night re refueling
fueling refueling mission insmived..s rendez rendezyou's,
you's, rendezyou's, ofI. the Oast- With ,14.00;
plane40Nindlight,irtfwelinP4 natrft
,The ForEt wentilled,,,the
missing, pilots, sa,,X4letoo, Mach
Bulger of Oklahoma,City,',Okla.;
lst Lt. Delano D. Lunk ,of Baker,
Mont., and lst Lt. Morris, L. Uden
of Buffalo, Item -
The spokesman said. all three
men were married and resided
at, Myrtle Beach: There ,were no
passengers aboard -any of the
planes. ,
di ON TRIAL 1111
TAIPEI, r MOS (UPI1)5?
Army Sgt. Joseph J. Deruntz, of
Granite dity, ill. will face a
courtmartial tomorrow on a
charge. he was involved in a traf traffic
fic traffic accident that killed a Nation Nationalist
alist Nationalist Chinese congressman.
Deruntz Was said. to have driven
an auto that collided with a pedi pedicab
cab pedicab carrying Legilator Mau
Shan-jan and Ms wife the night
of Feb. 23; Mau died in a 'hospita'.

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WASIMIGTO'N' (UPI) one
State Department ;has ,Its own (le (lescription
scription (lescription for' the "Ugly Ameri American.'
can.' American.' x.
Deputy Undersecretary of State
Loy W. Henderson told Congess
-in testimony' released yesterday.
that the best-selling novel about
U.S. diplomats presents a "grd "grdtemple'
temple' "grdtemple' picture of' the' US'. TOi TOieign
eign TOieign Service,
Even so, lie,artt, 'the book is
suggested background reading tfor
each 'member of Ithe foreign.ierv foreign.iervice.
ice. foreign.iervice. However, be addedit has not
changed the department's diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic training methods.
In other testimony,"' Undersec Undersecretary
retary Undersecretary C., Douglat Hender HenderS011
S011 HenderS011 and 'other officials outlined a
plan to set, up a' "brain.. trust" t9
spearhead 'political osind: economic.
campaigns against Abe ;ACommu.4
nists. The speciaL staff -would an analyze
alyze analyze Red moves and ways to
combat them. -r

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A RECENT visrrot TO'NkNAIVIAMr. Bundeson, Director of )Parks David for the
Western Hemisphere,' continued his trip to Latin America, leaving for Bogota via AVIANCA
flight 747. Shown in the phote, prior to his diparture,-;from left to right: Mr. 'ergo Saavedra
G., Snecial Representative fof ,AVIANCA for Panama -and Central America, Mr. Bundison, Mrs.
joe Williams, Pitr. Joe Williams; Managor,of Pirko Davis, in Panama, and Mr. Manuel Jacome,
Manager of Traffic-and Salek, for AVIANCA in Panama.,

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'The proposal got a rather cool
reception from .key members of
a ,Houss Appropriations subcom subcommittee.
mittee. subcommittee. Chairman John Rooney
kl)-11.Y.) said Ahe thought ths de department
partment department had been studying Red
stratety for at least 15 years.
The subject of the "Ugly Amer American'
ican' American' was brought mp by. Rep.
Robert L. Sikes (D-Fla.). He
wanted to- know what impact it
had on the State Department.
"I would say so far as I am
aware this-book hal not resulted
in-any change in-our practices or
our procedures,' Henderson re replied.
plied. replied. "I have read the book ,and
I think It is a grotesque portrayal
Of the work of our ,diplomatic
inissions ,and consulatee
,The "1.1gl American' is a fic fictional:account
tional:account fictional:account by William J. Led Lederer
erer Lederer and, Eugene Burdick of a
U,S. ambassadorsent to serve In
a, Southeast Asian country. His
lack. of 'training for the job and

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BOARDING TRY FAILS
LONDON (T.IPI)--Tbs Admiral Admiralty
ty Admiralty annotmced today that lin
Icelandic gtmboat attempted to
put a boarding party on the Brit British
ish British trawler Avon River off the
coast of Iceland yesterday but
was warned off by a British des destroyer.
troyer. destroyer. The Admiralty announcement of
the latest "fish war" incident
said the Icelandic gunboat Thor
withdrew after the destroyer con contest
test contest warned it to desist in, the
boarding attempt.

mitakes result in a major prop propaganda
aganda propaganda victory for the Commu Communists.
nists. Communists. Henderson said that the novel
"misrepresents our activities and
misrepresents our motives. 'It pic pictures
tures pictures practically all foreign serv service
ice service personnel as people lacking in
sinceritr and integrity.'
"If I though. it painted a fair
picture of the foreign ser,vice,'
Henderson said. 'I would be
ashamed of ever having been- as associated
sociated associated with the service."

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John 1:-Lewis
to Ike's Labor

WASHINGTON (UPDJohn
Lewis thimderect his opposition to
labor reform legislation yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, denouncing It as an attempt
to put a "cast-irm chastity belt"
arotmd the walts 'of 16 million
union members.
"Damn the chains and. those
who advocate them," roared the
79-year-old United Mine Workers
preshient.
In q rare appearance before
Congress, Lewis told two House
Labor subcommittees Bitting joint jointly
ly jointly to consider labor reform mea measures
sures measures that neither the Senate nor
the House ,"can abolish sin.'
Growling; disapproval of 10-
pressive, punitive legislation,' he
insisted that no new labor laws
were needed to remedy union
abuses provided criminal statutes
already on the books were en
forced.
He described the Eisenhower
administration's labor reform pro pro,
, pro, pose's as "88 pages of misery"
and the Senate-approved Kennedy KennedyErvin
Ervin KennedyErvin Bill as 66 pages of not
quite so pronounced misery.
Lewis also accused the Senate
Rackets Committee of conducting
a Roman circus. He said it heard
from the "drege of labor in pro proceedings
ceedings proceedings resembling the "star
chamber with a slight touch of
the Spanish Inquisition."
Lewis offered the prediction
that Teamsters President James
R. Itoffa will be "fiamboya9mittee
keeps persecuting him.
When Rep. William Ayres (It (ItOhio)
Ohio) (ItOhio) asked how such men go to
be high union officials, Lewis re retorted:
torted: retorted: 'I often wonder how many peo peoplebarring
plebarring peoplebarring those in labor un unionsare
ionsare unionsare elected to office.'
Criticizing the reform bills as
an attempt to make unions re responsible
sponsible responsible for acts of individual
members, Lewis asked: "Can the
Bankers Association guarantee
the probity of all bankers?"
He said the government itself
"cannot be responsible for the
acts of indivual agents and indi individual
vidual individual citizens, even in the Army
or even in the Capitol."
Lewis also hit out at AFL-C10
leaders- for 'compromising with
the headsman's axe" by support supporting
ing supporting 'principles of lite Kennedy KennedyErvin
Ervin KennedyErvin Bill.
Lewis pulled Ills miners out ef
the American Federation of Labor
in 1947 because of the ATVs- de decision
cision decision to comply with the Taft TaftHartley
Hartley TaftHartley Act.
The mine workers have been
unaffiliated since then and the in independent
dependent independent Lewis never has Med
a non-Communist affidavit re required
quired required to qualify the UMW for
sertrices of the National Labor Re Relations
lations Relations Board.
A standing room crowd turned
out to jam the big House eaucus

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he would.
Rep. Carroll Rearlis'IR-Pa.)
was among ,the lawmakers agree agreeing
ing agreeing with some, not all, of
Lewis' testimony.
Said he .to think
you're the' LiOneli-BarrymOre of
the labor imovement.!-A',-,!,,

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4s el 'FBI agentrz hi
and, his g
Jeff Lte,, to ref.'
said.
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brought against
Parker lynching,
April 25. The F
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9 Parker, 22-yea.
Miss., Negro
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yes 'taken from
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masked mei yea
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Pearl River, ,ala
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said they told 1
eq. sons identified hi
suspect" in 1 Pa
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sons, laid -the a
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FLEMINGTON
C. M.' White, du
lic Steel Corp.,.
, 1959 earnings pt
A third bigfest sN
"excellen uesP
a strike in the t
11 "Although the',
third quarter Is'
0 labor situation,. 1
sible that: citir;:),.
in the fourth
turn to, the leve
, quarter," be told
big here. Reput
operating at 951
city.
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tiosed- that' Repu
more than 175
a five-Year'' tap
program. He se
largest, text), prol
'11 pany's history,
volve codtructio
0, mills. 4-,
Th program program0
0 program0 templated, he ad
spending of 55 n
year, 110 million
'lion in 1962, 60
and the rest in
white seld thet
to finance the
earnings and wi
White said 'tot
A duction 'should,
tons this year ex
t more than be ha
' mated.
"It is not unr
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gest," he added
dustry steel pro
may exceed that
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' POPLARVILLE, Miss.',May .; 14 Reyer said agents found 'pairl'of - , , Lewis thimderect his opposition to views Just as the'epedators knew the Rev. Hugh A. Clarke tonight ,,,,
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-- (UPI)-The- Rev. James 'Lee,-. a gloves -and a -rope at his' home ' -' ,:.. ,, i labor reform legislation yester- he would. at a fareell party at the home 1
'''. missionary Baptist -' preacher and took them 'for 'examination. '. '' ,, -. ', .. ,,,,., day, denouncing it as an attempt Rep. Csrroll D. Kearhs' (R-Pa.) of Mrs. C. Richards.
'who believes Negroes are meant He said they 'spent -a day and a ,. ,, ,,", ', s, '''t to put a "cast-irm chastity belt" was among the lawmakers agree- ,-, L.
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to be servants, said today the YB1 half examining his red And white , ", , , .,4: aroimd the waits 'of 16 million ing with some, ,11 not all, of The Rev. Clarke le nturning to 4 '
'ion members.
bas toldhim ha is saeprime iiii- Oldsmobile. - - ,,, .- , Lewis' testimony. si the U.S. tomorrow. . A
"Damn the chains and. those Said he to Lewis, .1 think Members of the club also pita
i pecti" in the lynching of Negro A witness to the abudction said ''',,,y- , ,, --, ,,,
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said. -- ---,- -,, .1 t. ( i ing ,stirred by Pthe Commumsts ,-,,, '- Congress, Lewis told two House .
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FRIDAY -- SATURDAY AONDAY .:?i, I,
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t, s , ', ; .:;,,e(:: '--,' h
4 ,' abuses provided criminal statutes I
it: :''','' ; already on the books were en- 1 at 12 4 'I i 1
Al '64 0 ow o,, 9, x forced. DREssEs ,a,
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A RECENT, ViSrECICTOISNAMitMr' Wilily Bundeion, Director of )Parks Davi!' for- the ceedings resemblin; the "star I ,..,..,. ,44 dif Of7ii 1
Western Hemisphere,' continued bit trip to -Latin America, leasing, for Begets via AVIANCA
flight 747. ShownAn the Phet; prier to his departure,-;from left to right: Mr. JorgeSsavedra ? it
G., Snecial Representative f of ,AVIANCA for raneses' -and Central America,' Mr. Bundison, Mrs. Lewis offered the prediction I
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put a boarding party on the Brit Brit-
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ish trawler Avon River off the
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was warned off by a British des- members, Lewis asked: "Can the Iv r e 0 s4,3 : I
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troyer.
vn ole- reception from :key members of Bankers Association guarantee ,,,o Ce:51. 44 It ,
kmed- a House Appropriations subcom subcome
e subcome m ra y announcement o
Th Ad i It f the probity of all bankers?"
4 ,,.4 mittee. Chairman John Rooney He said the government itself -- -t .1, 4' t,0 a,
the latest "fish war" incident "cannot be responsible for the '''' dlle i i 3 t
State kl)-N.Y.) said 'he thought the de desaid
said desaid the Icelandic gunboat Thor
mess partment had been studying Red
withdrew after the destroyer con- acts of indivual agents and indi- .i,,,,
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test warned it to desist in, the vidual citizens, even in the Army or'' t -4 1000.1400
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CRISTOBAL HIGH SCHOOL GMLS ENTERTAIN TODAY
AT TEA AND PROGRAM TOR MOTRBRS AND GCESTS
Members of the househeld arts classes el Crist Abel High
bchool entertained this afternoon le the cafeteria of the othool
with a -tea for their mothers and guest. About SI girls partici participated
pated participated in the event, with Mrs. Sophie lAcLimann, instructor.
, Official hostesses were Elisabeth Pearson, Harriett Hewitt,
Lonnie Smith and Karen Sanders
Janitress of ceremonies for the
program was Itarice Ullnis, The Gamboa Wimon's Club
Musicians included vocalist Helen Plans istallation Luttels
Worge and Joan Cro,.,o, accom- The annual luncheon and install installpasted
pasted installpasted by Carol iturland, and Vick ation of officers of the Gamboa
Gales played an accordiat solo. Women's Club will be held next
The program featuted a "hste- Thursday, May ft, at one In .the
rama" wr-h 20 of the girls MO- Fent Room of the ?volt Guest
dellng 'their own creations. House.
Reserva:iong and Transportation
Presiding at the punch table should be made with Mrs. Sel Selling,
ling, Selling, 6-52S, by Monday.
wars Karla Meehan, tvalya Haw

Presiding at tile punch table
were Karla Meehan, Eve lya Haw-1
thorne, Ruth !times. Page Ben-',
ton, Pa 1sy Lee, Verna Ha Sel Selaa
aa Selaa Francsi and Lynn Coffin. The
table centerpiece was an arrange arrangement
ment arrangement of red hibtscus and ginger.
British Aid Society 1
Entertains At Gorges
Me Red Crosz. lounge et Gor-,
gas Hospitai was the scene of a
quarterly party given for tra trail&
il& trail& subjects ho ate patients by
piembers of the British Aid So Sotiety.
tiety. Sotiety. After, a session of bingo, the
IS patients were served refresh refresh!bents
!bents refresh!bents and presented gifts.
' Hostesses were Lady Henderson.
Constance Conte-Mendota, Elisa Elisabeth
beth Elisabeth de Wit, ,Gloria Heiman, Bet Betty
ty Betty Willmott, June Lee, John Far Farquharson
quharson Farquharson and Emilia de Oar.
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, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ir. Dedeaux
o, Margarita announce the birth
of a ton, their first child, Satnr Satnrday
day Satnrday in Coco Solo Hospital. The
bahy oils been named Jan LOuis.
The maternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Leon J. Eget! of
Gamboa and the paternal grand
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Leon
E. Dedeaux. formerly of talboa,
now of Gulfport Miss.

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Oh Nikita, What You Said!
Rusian Gals May Go Chic

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PARIS, May 14 --(UPI)---Soviei
premier Nikita Drushchsv soon
may getting more than he bar bargained
gained bargained for when he suggested
the. Russians dress more smartly.
The Russian Chamber of Com Commerce,
merce, Commerce, sensitive to Ithrushchev's.
suggestion, asked the Park
Fashion House of Christian Dior
to put on a fashion show
for the Russians in Moscow June
12-16 and Dior is throwing what
if calls it entire haute coutute
at them.
"They asked us to show them
everything," Jaqques Rouet. told
112Wg MU Intl' 114 visit t.e Mo'scow
for talks 41Vith Clamber, of Com Commerce
merce Commerce officials. "Lounging clothes,
cock4i1 dresses, evening owns--
everything!
"And that is what we are going
to do."
What use Khrushchev can, dic dictate
tate dictate for a cocktail dress in a
country 'where cocktail is not
even-4, week is obactireAnd how
the.frbo Iron of Paris' ISM speli.g speli.gsummer
summer speli.gsummer question will strike
the guardians of the Soviet's some sometimes
times sometimes OM, tastes is also a
question
The Witt premier wants his

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to provide essential
nutrition

BIOLAC a product of modern scienOs is a
food that, provides in a Nee, convenient way
all of this nutritive elements that you would
e xpect. to find only in mothers milk.
Read wht.t 11101.AC'S balanced diet Will sup sup.)ly
.)ly sup.)ly for your child.
Sufficient protein for growth
Reduced fat content easy to digest
Sufficient quantities of vitamins and
minerals
1310LAC is always pure and salt
And now contains Vitnmin C

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or, as the idol! supplemont 1711P11 blbY it WWII
breast-fed. Don't you tell that 2101.40 is tno infant
food tor your child?

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and feedings are essily prepared am needed.

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Writers League
The Amed Forces Writers'
League have a regular meat,
ing this evening at 1:30 at the
USO-JWit in lane.

Bates Painting
The regular bates gmup will
meet this evening at I:30 at the
Balboa USO-SIVB.
Persons interested in starting the
instructions are advised 'that a
new class will begin May 21. Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Mokray is the instructor.

AHaNic Side
Grey Ladles
A meeting of the Atlantic Side
Gray Ladies will be held tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow morning at a:30 at the Red
Cross Building in Old Cristobal.

Inghwer Union
A, special meeting of Local 593,
Interuational Union of Operating
Engineers, will ot, eheld tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow evening at 6:30 in the Locks
Employes club at Gatun. All
members are requested to attend.

people to have done with the cot cotton
ton cotton padded jacket favored by
Russian men and women on the
hrms and seen even in the b;g
cities. He urged them recently to
discard such jackets In favor of
western style dresses and busi business
ness business suit!.
But there is no evidence he or
any one else on the top presidium
of the Communits party things
the workers and peasants are
ripe for the plunging neckline,
the accentuated bosom, the fro frothy
thy frothy skirt.

ME WAS "ROCKED"
EASTWOOD, England MVO
After 30 years in the St. Mary's
Church choir, Ran Gil 'bourne has
called it quits after Vicar Peter
Caporn held a teen-agers' service
which included rock 4n1 roll
hymns and band music.
'It was far too rowdy,"
bourne said, t!.1 just ,.touldn't
itand

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ROACHES AND ANTS

Scientists recommend that los ten
Wei roaches and ants the moiler
way, Itb Johnston's NOilti)ACH
Brushed Just Isere You want it, the
tolorless eating kills these poets.
It's effective tor months, sanitary.
end easy te use. 8 es. pint
SIAN. Get NO-ROACH at Sella Vista
Commissary, di your leverite Seed
stare. Dist. by La Bickers'.

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use. Just mix Blohte
with cooled, previously
boiled' water, according
to instructions f rout
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H6e-Grown Illova Ilan Bet
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Is' Favernte Island Food

TASIT Hawaiian beet site it the making. Mei Lint Bee lights
charcoal la (WIWI toll In place ot traditional II ham

By GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and Markets Editor

Hawaiians raise beet as well
as hula dancers. 'rhey are very
fond of both. In their alai res.
taurants, charcoal broiled New
York cut steak or top sirloin are
listed alongside Lomi Unit Sal.
mon, Chicken Luau and Haleku Halekulani
lani Halekulani ocean squid in coconut
cream. At the Ale Ale Kai In the
Hawaiian Village Hotel Omaha
Beef au Jus shares honors with
fresh Mahimahi filet fro local
waters.

Beef 'turns up at private din dinners,
ners, dinners, too. At the Pearl Harbor
Naval Base, young Lt. Frank
Comstock, executive officer of sub submarine
marine submarine Bream, and his vivacious
wife BettY served a "home din.
ner (They have four little chil children).
dren). children). Frank, Net returned from
a six-month voyage and about.
to leave for another, grilled beef
sate in the garden with an un ununderseas
underseas ununderseas flourish. Over in Fort
Shafter at. the home of M j o r
General and Mrs. Edwin H.
Carns, there was a prime roast
beef dinner no different from one
on the mainland except for flam flaming
ing flaming hibiscus flowers on the table,
and easeful Hawaiian hospitality.
Back In New York we limed
our friend Albert Stockli, chef
director of the Hawaiian Room
(often called the Eastern Out.
post of the Islands) and lowly
Mei Lani Hee, who was born in
Wahiawa on Oahu, to teach us
how to prepare beef sate the way
vet enjoyed it in Hawaii.
They used quilted foil In place
of the large ti leaves which the
natives use traditionally in so
much of their cooking. Albert
Stockil, recognized expert in Ha Hawaiian
waiian Hawaiian cookery, says the results
are every, Pit ,a; good.

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KENLAATION
IS SO GOOD

YOU k,
COULD
EAT IT L
YOURSELF

In Ken-L-Ration your dog geta appetizing flavorful
tender meat full of the nourishment he needs.
Ken-L-Ration is packed under the moist sanitary cm.
ditions and contains only the choicest cuts and grades
of U. S. Government inspected meat. It provides your
dog with needed vitamins, prnteins and minerals. Get
economical Ken-IpBetion today!

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Wholesome...
Nourishing

IWO Sate Hawaiian Mown
(Serves 6)
Cut 112 pounds beef tenderIffilt
in 44-inch cubexes, then marinate
for at least one hour in 4i cup
salad oil flavored with 12 tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon ginger and a pinch of
black pepper. Remove bet from
marinade and place cubes on
shewers (metal or bamboo) al alternating
ternating alternating with pineapple cubes
and kumquats. Place 4 or 5 plecy
es of charcoal on a Metal platter
which has been lined with quilt quilted
ed quilted heavyweight foil. Sprinkle
charcoal with rosemary leaves.
Place griddle over charcoal. Pour
lemon or orange extract osier
charcoal and place skewers on
top of griddle. Light charcoal.
Broil over live coals, turning fre frequently,
quently, frequently, until sates are nicely
browned outside, rare inside.

HAWAIIANS FOR PIIISLOY
Pno, Mist. (UPI) This
eity's drive for funds to eomplete
the birthplace memorial to rock
'n' roll singer Elvis Presley se senouneed
nouneed senouneed today a Hawaii fan club
has joined the effort.

IIMNEYSInust

CLEANutACIDS

Your body cleans out nesse IMO
and poisonous wastes la your blood
through millions ot tiny delicate tube'
or filters In the kidneys. When germs
Invade those delicate tubes and irri.
tato the bladder. making you stiffer
from the discomforts malting from
these Infections, thon YOU feet id.
tired, nervous and domes's& wrY
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these ailments. Cyeted wombats
germs, cleans ont excess acids from
kidneys and bladder and soothes irri irritated
tated irritated tissues. deli tor Cysts troM
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decided to open with' WM Marts
in view DI the pert store. North
rased hint to three IttUt Itr.lboop
Passed.. APpareMly there was a
roar from somsonn.01 o Y1) s
NorthmaYbe test or West.
Mr. Shoop playtd the hand out
guesalti the dienton4 finesse
but since West held four hesrts
to the queentta all he could
make Wal five add so Wm result
was perfectly satisfactory but
the discussion went on.
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Mr. Shoop anvils ti oak
what I veould open with bla hand.
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I would only open his band with
one heart bat that la eom3non
with most suppotedlY Ot Port
bridge players l 'tame mr re requirements
quirements requirements for the forcing two bid
somewhat when I have a part
score. It is just that I don't weaken
them quite so much as mr. Shoop
did this Um.
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end bid of plias meets with my
NU approval. He realized thst
he had given bis all and then some
when be bid two hearts and pro.
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Rifler& Services
Sunday For Late
Richard Ri Roland

Help Yourself to
Daily Vigor

Funeral servieee will ba held
Sunday at 4:30 p.m. in the San
Miguel Church for the lats Rich.
ard R. Roland, who died at San Santo
to Santo Tomas Hospital last Monday
at the ago of 79.
Burial will follow in the Ama Amador
dor Amador Cemetery.
Mr. Rolandc a retired employe
the Panama Railroad car Shop,
yits a member of the Loyal Felix
and Luz del Istmo ILIOMFS
lodges and of the St. 'Anthony So
ciety. His body will be at the Morn Morning
ing Morning Star Lodoe Hall from 1 until
4 p.m. Sunday.
Ho is survived by his son, M.
'A. Wilkinson and a niece, Mrs.
Id Ida McCormack of Colon.

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mealtime or between mealeV-8
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Architects are weittm0. oil
chute-the-chute that wiu soia
Jackie, Gleason straight from ,his
bedroom window into thi swim swimming
ming swimming pool. This and oth r far-out
features undoubtedly wi mak,
bits eountry borne the curiosity
spot of the area. Ezainple: the
pool table tops, 'instead of the Cul.
tomary green, will be blue to Match
Jackie's eyesDick Brown, re reeently
eently reeently headlined betimes a lash lashion
ion lashion model committed 'eultide
ever his indifiereece,continues to
give Sva Gabor the lavish ro romantle
mantle romantle ttreetment. The other night
he took her to the Chardes he hetaus
taus hetaus she wag lit the mood to bear 1
violies di and by 114teloetz,the,,aexti
mOrninE he 41 het on, Pien140
Peril, where there are even more
of the lime kind of sChmaitzy
places.

. New York bookmakers were
tostatic over the Kentucky Derby
result. Host heavy bettors bad
chosen either ,First Landing or
Sword Dencer to win, so the pro.
lessional gamblers cleaned up
neatly. Men when the Yankees
lost to-the Detroit Tigers, the Milo
lads were really on Cloud Nine, be.
cause many an optimist tried to
reeoup his Derby losses with a
weger on the Stengel team. As.
titi,
siren Chsrlit Chaplin Midi it
easier cut a movie than a book.
He's fin shed lids) pages of his mo.
moirs a reedy end he's just up
to his lath birthday. He's now 70,
so there are editing problems a.
head.

Times Square penny arcades
are doing a rushing business in
"I Am a Beatnik" butterannegg
type tourists. There's a new co comedy
medy comedy team in the offing. David
Burns of "The Mtksic Man" and
Dodi Goodman, once Jack Paar's
hottest progegee, are preparing a
routine for a major TV variety
ihow. ..The chap with Tina Louise
at 'Our Town" (One of the twon'S
most enchanting hits) has Dr. Lee
Salk, brother of the famous Jonas
Salk. Indus 14 Rosit's moat re recent
cent recent award sounds cuter if you
read it with a New York accent.
It's known as, the "ESCA Clear,"
and is presented annually to an
outstanding Itallan-American in
show business. (Sinatra and Du Duratite
ratite Duratite are among the former wjn
seri.)
-
J. Arthur Rank, the British
film producer, is entering the disc
business with a rather ,risky label.
He's galling his firm lank Records
Manny Scholl hat defeated the
muscular ailment' that had hint
partially paralysed for several
weeks. Ifell get back into SWIM

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'with the to-starring role opposite
Bitty Huttovin a tourigg com 1
pany of "Annie Get Your Gun."
All denies to, the contrary, some
pretty influential politicians aro
workmd oti deal to achieve $ Nit
on-Rockefeller ticket for the Re Republican
publican Republican in the next Presidential 01
election. ..Loving duet st the Di.
plomat: Anto'nino Rocca, the
Wrestler, with a gentle haltnelgon
around, actress Paula Hill. Me
big buts in Shubert Alley has'it that 1
Robert Goulet-, a Cinadian actor,
will be' signed as Julie Andrew's 4
vis-avis in the new LernerLoowe
musical, "Jenny Kissed Me."
f
Gloria Vanderbilt's chums hs
love she's set a dramatic gear t,
for herselfi--i wants thltlay Juliet
fund television actor.
comedian and splendia one,
too ended his chapter with Al.
1 ohmic. Anonymous, VII three
day bingo at a Midt0W11 hotel.
Pretty PollytBergen has the sym
Why of everyone in show bum. 01
nen. 0 0
Hope Hampton is reunited with -14
BB beeu, real estate Nan
Bob Watt. :Three top hotel
chains will bid for the Plaza ae
soon as it goes on the market.
Sarah Vaughan treated herself to
a 0,300 ring 'after she won a ,-
heavy bet oe heavyweight champ
Floyd Patterson the fight with
British challenger Brian London.
She earned the sparkler with
many nervous znoment Sass,
had given 8-to-one odds. She'll
flash the jewel at her Birdiand
opening.

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The Police Department may
Etat easing up restrictions on
midtown spots catering to the
lonesone out-tit-town businesi
man and pretty SOM. Top el elecutives
ecutives elecutives of organizitions which
try to entice conventions and
othet lucrative groups to New
York have clued City Hall to the
sad fact that we're losing, out to
other cities because of complaints
that the visitors "can't have fun
in New York or more'.
Movie-making obviously is
tougher than history-making.
The Nate between the Bonhomme
Richard and HMS Serapis off
the coed Ot Itngland lasted just
four hours on the night of Sep.
tember 23, Ma, but when it
was recreated for the film "John
Paul Jones," the shooting took
four weike. ,The eurtain for "J.
8,," the Pulitzer Prize wimiing
drama, was held tin for h a
hour the other rinh' r
Christopher Plummer went
through torture, lae Lab s
petrified that he'd beeh stric!en
with I heart -ttack q 14,1nr
arrived and Illagnosed his ailment
al acute indigestion.

rGet ille.1"one and only
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Mods to stay Actively Anti Antiseptics
septics Antiseptics for up to 4 months in use I
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4 Moron ?Ars. corset
ltra. Reek Corsale was guest
111 boner ot e farewell buffet din.
.nev given last Tanta by Mrs.
Rauttal Megger1 sad Mrs. Maria
Cho at tbe Maggers home in Rout-seats.
Mrs; Corsale and her but but,band,,
,band,, but,band,, who 'has retired. tett this
i morning to make their home in
Texas. Rho. was presented a faro.
gift by ber friends.
Gpests ineltided Mrs. Aida Ma.
Ione, Mrs. Rifle bleCarthy,,Afts.
Frick, Mrs. Regina Sorter,
Mrs. Rema Stoop, Mrs. Dorothy
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Mrs. Gerry Moyer, MTS. Norma
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LAKERUltST, N. at May 14
021) A U. S. Navy blimp pint pintpd
pd pintpd Ina hanger "04 while mak makmg
mg makmg an intruthent lending during
I dense fog early today t the Nov
ell Air Stetion here.
One Officer was killed and, all
01 17 other eraWmembers aboard yet
injured.
4 It took rescuers more thee six
iteure to reach tbe .boyti of the
dead officer, trapped in the wreck.'
age about 125 feet above grolind.1
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the wreckage, was pulled fres
eral hours after the blimp crash.
ed into the roof at .2:15 a.m.
' Fuel leaking from the damaged
blimp posed the. danger of an
explosion and fire. However, by
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ger danger apparently had been eliminated.

Prisoners Gripes
, To Be Investigaled
AI Tennessee Prison
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TORT,PILLOW, Tenn, Mtn)
, State Corrections COMMIllietrier
- Keith Hampton wag scheduled to.1
day to start an investigetion of
1 charges made by white inmates
during a 14-hour bloodiest riot
e that ended yesterday' morning.
Hampton promised a full probe
of alleged grievances before the
riotte rizeleaders nulled down
the barricade at their dormitory
tentrance and surrendered, deny.
Wog unharmed two guards held
es, hostages.
About 130 rioters. ,led' by Leon.
ard Thomson, 21. of Minnmo
loons, Minn., and Johnny RoddY,1
1, 20, of Jacksbero, Tenn., eontI
plained of bad food, beating with
!I nine-pound leather strap, and
long working hours at this, 5,000.
sere minimum- security
Um.
- The riot began et bedtime, when
tonvites salted guards Hubert Hey Heyman,
man, Heyman, 59,,.and J. S. Voss, 50; as
hosteges, barricaded their third
story dormitory on the welt wing
end went on a brief destruction
epree.
Hampton firew in early yesterday
with State Selety Commissioner
Greg Clear end highway patrol
r A officials. With heavily armed'
troopers posted Weide the farrall
detention buildin g, Hampton
played it "waiting game" with
the, rioters, talking with them
through the barricade five'times.
To induce the gurrender, Ramp.
ton promised the rioters would
pot be prosecuted and would not
it' lose "time off" acquired for good
behavior.
to Besides Thompson end Roddy,
seven other convicts wars trans transijcv
ijcv transijcv ferred miteimum security cells
at the state prison at Nashville.
They included Tony IMMO) It
of Phoenix, ANC; Logan Herbert,
JO, of St. Loular Karl rox, 11, of
Minneloolls; Silly Groves, 11, of
Springfield, Tam Kenneth Mi.
lan, 11, of Rossville, Oe.-
inderson, 11, of Sitselbyvtle.
,11 ann.; end Ronnie Curry) 10, el
untingfion, W. Va.

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Solos Patiants Have
Musical Entertainment
Mrs. grata A. DIALI, direttOr
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:,ALVABY BAPTIST
FOAMS City
A Baptismal &vice will be
held at the Calvary Baptist Church
in Ss Miguel on Sunday. All bap baptismal
tismal baptismal candidates are to be ,pre ,present
sent ,present at the, church et 10 a.m. for
final instructions.
At this service. the Revs Lottis
A. Seeley will speak on "The
Written and living Letters."
A memorial iervica will be hotld
all 130 41.riw With,,thcitevo Seeley
Will speaking on "Assurance of
the Future ,
Sunday Schooi ictivitles will get
underway a, 910 a.m0, and, the
Training Union at p.m.

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Canal Trip' Set
Tor July 5th
The Chr titian Service meo
sponsor trip through the Panama
Canal, ISIVint LOOS t Ctn.,
and returning. at 4 p.m. on Sun SunditY.
ditY. SunditY. Ths committee in
charge lies planned activities tor
ell esoursionials, regardless of
your age. Music and rofreshments
v411 betprovided. Tickets can be
oh ained form Darrell Palma at
lialboa service' renter ',and
from Jobn pripiger, telephone
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the Carib 'Lounge at -Albrook,
rotted the monthly entertainment
aelmt -tor bed. patients at Gorgao
Hospital.. -,
Making Ids fourth appearance
at tha tospital was pianist Paid
Atylm, a member- at the Tiath
band at Albrook;--,,,
no group,was accompanled by
Mrs. William wall, ebairman' of
the Red Cross Gray tidy unit at
Gargaso and Mrs. Anastasia Cul Cullum,
lum, Cullum, Gray Lady on duty, escorted
the group le Ward& 10,12 and lg.
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AlterRoaarY Socwry
Mans Party Tommerrow
The Ladies Altar-Rosary Socie Society
ty Society of St. Vincent de Paull! Church
will hold a "sight of fun" tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow 'night the church patio.
The proesm includes ;Hale
glkillth refreshments UM music,
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The 343-foot balloon's helium-fitted
bag ollapsed over the wreckage.-
hampering the efforts of res rescuers
cuers rescuers and lending alt aerie sight
to the pre-davm hours.
The Contmander ZPG-1 limp
was returning from a 24-hour sub submarine
marine submarine paWol when It crashed into
the hailer 'roof. OPLY Memehtt
before. the blimp had been advis advised
ed advised to gain altitude and try I new
landing approach. s,
Two men taken, from the reek reeked
ed reeked were said tobe in "very cri
tics!" condition and wer taken by
ambulance to the rort Dix, N. I.;
Army hospital,
One man canied dorm a ladder
on stretcher, hatiost most of
Ms clothes in The trash. -He had
a compound fracture of one leg.
a broken arm and -apparent head
innuries. ",

Gold Nude Sta
01 British Actress
Duo For Polio Iling

MAMI,'. May J4',,
told nude' itatue t of : ,', Oluki)917
yetmg WOmall wia displayed 'here
today by the tame ulptoi whose
nude likeneis actress Anita Etc Etc.bert
.bert Etc.bert paueedain International roW
nbout ,two years allo''
,Muntarien ,born itoseon ftlepy)
Dobronyi deelined,,,to identify his
latest sublet', but said the was a
well-known stitishi actress "close
to the royal family.",tlict
Art "44.1 Pe oVe-f, A VI I
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trinbAnfr In rat:
the stSue
it' thi opening .oU 'tete plat in
London iIuns 1. He- atOPPed nee
yesterdsy before proosedine to
New York, probably OW hionitY
DnbronYer gold nude status of
Miss gkberit was reported aa the
eltiti. of a serail which he later
had with MiscEkbers's hushitod,
Anthony Steoli.'
flis latest work 41 some so inches
tall, about nine inches shorter than
the one of Mil: Ekbers. But again
it is entirely
Fivellationalisis

Shot In Ukrane

for'Conspiracies

VIENNA, ,May 14 (CPI) Five
of Ukrainian Nationalist (OUN)
were oenteneted to-,death and ex executed'
ecuted' executed' for "counter ,ievolution.
e n' activities, sabotage and con conspiracy
spiracy conspiracy against the Soviet regime
according to official Ukrainian
press reports reaching here to.
de:
The report on the death sin.
tences and the execution of the
five men was tarried In thr
floe (Ultraine) local newspapers
on April
'rho five underground, fighters
ware identified liondarenko,
Itesnikov, Polak, Nasarsbuk and
Kriutshok.
According to a report' of the
official Ultrainien news agency Ita.
tau, the trial tgainststhe five epen.
ed before the criminal court of the
Supreme Ukrainian Court on
March
'Chairman of the eourt'wes Out
pesident Gluck. The intiletment
was presented by the Vkainian
We Foamed Panasjult. 1

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IN.BERVICI ILDUtATION-4howntiecelving their HigniSchoOl General Vocational Develop Development
ment Development certiftcates from lit Lt. Leo IP. Mc Golf, executive officer of the 534th 'Wintery Police COm COmparty
party COmparty (Service) aro (left to right), Sp.4 Conrad Kill, epA James Ervin and Pfc. Clerence Coe.
All are mernbers of the Military Police at Port Clayton. (US. Army PhotO)

Ba 11(y Coilgress

- WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi
dent Eisenhower cracked the whiP
over a balky Congress yeater.
day for falling to act on his rk
queet for legislation on federal
highways, housing, and the wheat
surplus. He, also called on the
lawmakers to help more in fight fighting
ing fighting inflation.
The President t sent an extra extraordinary
ordinary extraordinary Amiga to the House
And Senete nhidine them for not
acting so far on- recommendations
he made lest Januar on the three
issues; He said hi proposals! re
quire "Urgent consideration and
action."
The President referred to his
demand forjegislation to boost
the federal gasoline tax by 114
cents a gallon, to replenish the
government'i dwhulliug authoty
to insure home triortgagess,-and to
deal yith the whopping wheat
surplus. 1
Since these ; recoMmendations
were msde,,4b be laidi 48
grown steadily shortet, and the
problems occasioned by the lack
of, action in the Congress inereas inereastatty
tatty inereastatty critical.", . .
Underscoring his concern, the
President devoted 'much of his
nee $00000-'4'0 1"-'411CtStAionl
of' the responsibility' of vougrees
end the publie in safeguarding the
health of the 'economy.'
He said with fist-pounding em emphasis
phasis emphasis that Congress should nut
only approve his balanced budget,1
but should leo produce the rave.
nues steamer, to begin trimniing
the -staggering federal debt, now
nearing the 285 billidn dolls mark.
EisenhowerAppealed to the pub pubHe
He pubHe to demand that Confirm, mill)
!gement and : labor take seem seembleoreasonable,
bleoreasonable, seembleoreasonable, needed" action to
redace government spending end
curb intlati011. Otherwise, he said,
each one of us is goIng to be
hurt immeasurably
Demanding thst the government
pay its bills, he said:
'Are we just going to let peal
go on up end never pay them?
Are ye going to be a bankupt
natipn I don't think we have to
be.'
Alt throe of the' President's leg,.
islatiVe request have a direct
bearing on government spending,
efforts to balance the budget and
the fight tgainst inflation. He said
he appealed for speeding approval
so the cotintry will not suffer be because
cause because of inaction."
The President's ples got a cool
reception from Democratic colt
gressional leaders. Assittant
ate Leader Mike Mansfield (1)-
Mont.) said ,he thought Congress
was acting with all deliberete
speed."
Speaker Sam Rayburn taid the
Republigens on the House Rules
Committee belped ,te block Afoul'
action ott Demporatic-sponsored
housing bill, which would: replenlish
the' mortgegetinsuring autherity
of the Federal ,Housing Alleecr
But: the j Democratic bill.'would
Se far Wood the Prelident's eee
ommendations be the, public lieut.
ine field and -other, The
President mule it plain at his
news conference thet he' did net

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like a similar sweeping bill Passed tiOe" that Congress le tot likely in inby
by inby the Senate. creasti the as! levies. '
Even before the President's The President's proposed boost
message reached Congress, now nowever,
ever, nowever, the House Agriculture Com- was desifned to replenish the
mittee approved a stop-gap lin trust Ma financing "pay-as-youbuild"
construction of highways.-
designed to cut back wheat pro- Without the increase, Eisenhower
duction without substantially re- sold, the rate of building must be
ducing farm inC(M18. The mcil- slowed pr new. revenues found.
ure was generally Opposed by
committee Republicans. The President rejected the idia
As for the President's gasoline ) of channeling excise, taxes on
tak request, Chairman Wilbur D. automobiles itito the highway' fund
Mills (D-Ark.) of tbe House Ways or of waiving the "pay-as.you
Ind Means Comm14041 served no-build" plan.

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si lovely custom

for tpe lacijes

lice For
, Wheats; Surplus

REVIVAL

FIRST'BAPTIST
CHURdH,
MARGARITA.
MAY 17 24
Timo:

11 & 7:45 p.m.
Sundays

7 p.m. Monday it
Saturday

Nursery provided tor
every service.

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S to 7 p.m.
MondaT and Friday
In the South patio

Beeming tomorrow, 15th

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Guardsmen' KeeP
Slrikers At Bay
Al 11C Conon 1411Js
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HENDERSON, N. C. (UPI) &
National Guardsmen with Fixed
bayonets kept jeering strikers at
bay today 141 11111-uniow workers
reported ist the morning 'hilt at
the violence-ridden Muriel Hen Henderson
derson Henderson cotton mills.
The steel-helmeted guardsmen,
ordered here Tuesday by Gov.
Luther IL Hodges to help mion
tain order in hitter textile
strike, kept pickets away from
the mill gates through which the
cars of workers sped.
There were no incidents end th.e
situation was comparatively
quiet. Crowd of around two dozen
strikers at the North and Socth
Mills and hurled beers and' cat.
calls at the workers. But when
one the strikers stepped into a
street facing a mill, he was push pushed
ed pushed back by grim guardsmen.
Violence Mondey night, when
bullets, rocks and bottles greeted
workers leaving the mills, result resulted
ed resulted in Hodges' order that 450
guarismen rush here to aid local
authorities. There was 1111110r
trouble Tuesday night.'
Demonstrations at the Smith
Henderson mill emitted of sing sing'ing
'ing sing'ing and shrill yelling by women
strikers. Five persons later were
arrested on undisclosed charges
near the mill and 'tettlr of them
were jailed.
Some rock and bottle throwing
developed at the North Henderson
mill where strikers had itept day
shift workers bottled up for more
than two hours earlier in the day.
No injuries ,or arrests were reported.

'Giant Ilfahoo'
Beitins Tuesday
At Drive-in

A "giant wahoo" will get under
way next Tuesdy '1 the Drive-In
Theater, offering a 'weekly cash
price of $50 in addition to a. va variety
riety variety of valuable prises.
Regular admission prices will
prevail for the weekly ,Tuesday
night feature, the management of
the theater said.
Prices for Tuesday night include
electric irons, hi-fi records, Kings
Ranson whiskey, T-bone (teak din dinners
ners dinners at Lee's Piano bar, shoes,
cigarettes, lighters, sports hirts
and many others.

FLEMMING GETS DEGREE
GARDEN crry, N.Y. (UPI).
Secretary of Health. Education
and Welfare Arthur S. Flemming
was awarded an honorary degree
yesterday at the Adelohl College
annual spring convOcition.

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of desks, chairs, hies,, service
units. Storirt today and see
what Steeicese tin do tor your
office.

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MIAMI Vacation!
HAVANA Vacation! if
JAMAICA Vacation!

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Trip for 2 to Havana, Cuba

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Trip for 2 to Jamaica, Mi.
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AND, in addition live
tickle to participate In the
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Lefihander Ttirns Back
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By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, May 14 (UPI) Warren Spahn,
his 250th victory in the record book, may be the top top,
, top, wliming lefthander in National League history by
' the end of the season.

Spahn becamelhe 25th pitcher
ever to reach the 250-mark when
as hurled the Milwaukee- Braves
1 to a 3-2 vietery over the St. Louis
Cardi n'a la last night. Carl
ilubbell with 253 wins and Eppa
' Rixey with 266 and the only
tional League lefties ahead of him
and above them are only Amer American
ican American Leaguers Lefty Grove with
- 300 and Eddie Plank with 324.
At 36, Spahn has had a bit of
trouble getting started this 'year
but he picked on one of his favor favorite
ite favorite "cousins" last night Sphan
has scored two of his 1959 wins
-over the Cardinals and has a 53-
29 lifetime edge over them.

29 lifetime eage over Wein.
- The victory lifted the Braves
back into first place when he
Pittsburgh Pirates downed the Los
' Angeles Dodgers, 6-4, in a two tworun
run tworun eighth-inning horper by Dick
Stuart. The San Francisco Giants
' beat the Philadelphia Phdlies, 6-0,
and the Chicago, Cubs whipped the
Cincinnati Reds, 10-0, in the &her
National League games. The Chi Chicago
cago Chicago White Sox downed the Boa'.
ton Red Sox, 4-0, in the only Amer AmerIran
Iran AmerIran League activity.
Spalui got 'he run he needed to
beat Larry Jackson when Bill Bru Bruton
ton Bruton homered with two out in the
eighth inning. Alex Grammas had
nicked Spalut for a two-run double
in the second inning but the Braves
tied the score in the fourth on a
walk, singles by Eddie Mathews
and Wes Covington, an infield out
and Del Crandall's sacrifice fly.
Mickey Vernon, who played right
field in place of the ailing, Rank
:Aaron, walked and scored a run
in the fourth. Early Wynn of the
Chicago White Sox, with 253 wins,
'is the only active pitcher with
More victories than Spahm.
Stuart's winning homer for Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh overcame a 4-3 Dodger lead
vhich resulted from Don Deinet Deineter's
er's Deineter's eighth homer of the season.
Elroy Face, the Pirates' brilliant,
155-pound reliever, took over in
the seventli inning and gained
credit for his fifth straight victo victory.
ry. victory. The loser was Don Drysdale,
who yielded eight hits in seven
innings. Smokey Burgess had three
hits and started the game-winning
rally with a single.

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Don MOGWAN in
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'Jones struck out an N. L. sea season
son season high of 12 batters with
brilltani two-hitter for the Giants
who clinched matters earlr by
scoring five runs in the first in inning.
ning. inning. Willie Mays' three-Am hom homer
er homer was the big blow of that frame
and Leon Wagner homered in the'
third. Jones had a no-hitter until
Willie Jones beat out a bleeder in
the seventh. Gene Freese singled
cleanly for the other Philadelphia
hit in the eighth. The vittory
Moved the Giants into third place.
Ernie Banks hit a grand slam
homer to cap a seven-run third thirdinning
inning thirdinning rally during which the
Cubs routed Bob Purkey and the
ltihe Chien() shortstop drove in
a fifth run befort the rout was
over. Glen Hobble fired a three threehitter
hitter threehitter and struck out six in achiev
ing his third contplete game and
fourth win. Al Dark had three hits
and Tony Taylor, Banks, Walt
Moryn and Bobby Thomson two
each for tbe Cubs. It was the
first time Cincinnati was shut out
this year.
The White Sox moved to within
one game of the A. L. leading
Cleveland Indians on the strength
of Bob Shaw's five-hit pitching.
Jim Landis, Sherman Lollar, Del
Ennis and Earl Torgeson had two
hits each for the White Sor, who
ran their winning 'streak to five
games. Ted Williams singled to
left field in the sixth inning and
now is 1 for 9 for the season.
Shaw's seas on earned run average,
is a nifty 0.81.

Philli0s, Morehead
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CHICAGO '711..1131)- Sbu.hpaws
Taylor raulips, ana Sew ..Lore ..Loreneat
neat ..Loreneat were to join tnetr new ciuos
toaay, mlioWing a straign, player
traae between. the Chicago cubs
ana the enuadeippia Pluinet.
Cubs maaager ';Itob Scneilfing
said he hopea iviofenWAvottio ar arJive
Jive arJive in time tor 'thi4gtra game
with Cincinnati at Wrigley kteld.
.Phillips left. immediately ler an
Francisco to job.' the Pinnies aft after
er after tne trade announcement Tues.
day.
Phillips; 25, failed to finish in
his last 16 starts for the Culai,
and posted an 078,secord- so tar
this seasen ,in aPpearing in seven
gam,es. earned run average
currently', is 7.41.
Morehead, 24, also owns ,a 0-2
record this' season, with 'a .587
e.r.a. ;

Boxing Fathers'
LONDON (UPI) Jim Figg of
England is popularly called 'the
father of modern, boxing,' but St.
Bernardine, telebrated ecclesi ecclesiastic
astic ecclesiastic in the 13th century, taught
fist fighting and encouraged box boxing
ing boxing contests 500 years before Figg
was born.

(Bised on 60 official at bats)
National League
G Ab R H Pct.
Aarorr, Mil 26 110 21 13 ;482
Burgess, P 2S 10 10 33 .413
Temple, Cin 27 112 21 39 k .348
Pinson, Cin 27 111 23 31 .342
Bouchea Ph 26 94 13 32 .340
Cimoli, 'S.L. 29 116 21 n .336
Mays, S. F. 28 115 22 31 .330
Brcton, Mil. 22 19 17 29 .326'
Mathews, M 27 111 X 37 314
D'mater, LA 29 112 21 35 .313
American League

Kuehn, Dot 20 78 '12 31 .397
Kann, Dot 26 107 n 38 .355
Fox, Chi. 27 103 12 40 .354
Maris, ICC. 25 100 17. 33 .330
Power, Cie. 25 105. 22 34 .324
iturawis, B 26 99 16 n .323
Berberei, D'' 20 61 1, 10, .323
Sit'land, C 25 85 111 27 .318
Matzoh. B 26 104 ,19:-.3.1 .317
Woedling, B 23 63 11 20 .317

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LEADING
HITTERS

Runs Batted In
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs
Robinson, Reds
Demeter, Dodgers
Mathews, Braves
Aaron, Braves
Pinson, Reds I

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killbrew, Senators
Cerv, Athletics
Triandos, Orioles
Lemon, Senators
Jensen, Red Sox
Maris, Athletics
Allison, Senators
Home Runs
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Mathews, Braves
Banks, Cubs
Aaron, Braves
Robinson, Reds
Demeter, Dodgers

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Transportation, Motels arid
Reserve Seats to the Memorial
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X-0097 of 3-3171

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators 12
Colavito, Indians 8
Jensen, -Red Sox 8
Triandos, Orioles 7
Maris, Athletics 7
Lemon, Senators 7

LEADING
PITCHERS

McLish, Indians
Wilhelm, Orioles
Pappas, Orioles
Fischer, Senators
Kemmerer, Senators

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(Based on 3 or more decisions)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W Pct.
Face, Pirates 5 0 1.000
Klippstein, Dodgers 3 0 1.000
Roberts, Phi Illes 3 1 .570
Mizell, Cards 3 1 .759
Henry, Cubs 3 1 .759
Kline, Pirates 3 1 .760
AMERICAN LEAGUE

5 0 1.000
4 0 1.000
4 0 1.00
3 0 -1.000
4 1 .800

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Richard Widmark in
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Interscholastic Illaslottba

Teems W L Pet:
Junior College 6 6 1.000
Balboa -High 3 --333
Cristobar High 1 .1 ..167
Tussday's Beau.
Junior College .19 CH.S.,10
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Coach l'Stu" Brown, .thir some sometimes
times sometimes 'jovial coach of Canal-Bone
Jtmior College, is wearing a- big
smile theee days. His hasketbal hasketballers
lers hasketballers are not, only, interscholastic
champions, .but Tuesday..Itight
they tom,pleted a clean sweep for
an tmdefeated season when they
came to the 'Margarita -Gymnasium
end withstood a late' Tiger
bid to win 69 te 60.
Last year coacb. 'Brown had on only
ly only one Alexander, 0 ,, and he lost
his only player at ,id-aeoson due
to an ankle injury. The rest of
the' team was hardlY reateh for
either Criatobal or Balboa.-9,,and
the Green Devils finished tbe
cellar. This year Junior Cdilege
had two Alexanders as brother
Gary moved up from the Bull Bulldogs
dogs Bulldogs to help plague the two High
Schools and bring Junior College
an undefeated championship.
Don Alexander added 24 points
to his season total the fistaloot
Margarita to wind up. with 127.
Gary led the College scoring Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night with 27 points, hardly
enough to overtake Don, but well
ahead of the third place tern Kirk Kirkland
land Kirkland of Balboa who ended the sea season
son season last week with 90 points.
Where Gary did overtake 'Dim
Was in the foul-shoting depart department,
ment, department, for these two brother could
hurt their opponepts there lust
as badly as they did from the floor:
Gary's 3 for 5 Tiesday night etv
abled the rangy Green Devil to
wind up with .695, while-Don had
his worse night from 'the free
throw line with a poor 4 for II
His season average was .600.
Tuesday night Junior College
started off like they might run
away with thie. their' final win of
the season. In fact, The entire first
, half was JC all:the way, with Garv
of tbe Alexanders pouring in 19
of' his 27 total and Dori 'adding 10.
Also damaging to the Titers was
"Tweety" Mead Who netted3 Beld
goals in the first half of play, the
same total that he had netted in
all his toml$ned scoring for five
previous gam4s.
In the meantime theTigers bad
mapaged to bold their even with a
16 point first quarter,I but fell far
iff the pace in the second' period
with only 7 to 'give the champs
a 41 to 23 lead at half time.
The serond ball was a 'flightily
different story. Cristobal was not
about to Ile down and. play dead.
Kulig, Humphrey and McGloin
started to hit with what was
alarpting accuracy to emir Col College
lege College opponents, and the 'Tigers
moved to within 8 points of the
lead mid-way through the fourth
tarter. But that was a close as
they could get as the College five
rallied to hold on aed finish the
red hot contest with a 69 to 60 win.
Keith Kulig paced the Tigers
with 18 points, followed by Jim
McGloin and Don Humphrey who
netted 16 and 14 respectively.
JC Bated High In Tournament
The big Canal Zone Basketball
extravaga,nza opens at Balboa
Gym to night and runs through
Saturda y. 'It is the annual
Canal Zone Junior College basket basketball
ball basketball tournament with tea,m,s from
all over the Canal ZODO particip participating
ating participating for the cage title.
Junior College has already
been rated with the top tealnly
though little is known of What the
service teams will have available
to stem the tide of a pair of Alex Alexenders
enders Alexenders that are hard, if pot impos

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coach,Stu Briow,n will hope to bring
to the balls of .1C,', added glory to towards
wards towards one of their afloat successful
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The box score:
Ambassadors
Russell, lb
Pucci, ss
Garcia, c
Hardin, p
Spradlin, cl
Herrera,
Vargas, 2b
Chambirs,,rt
De La Mxter, 3b
Totals

Mariners
Wight, lb 3 0 0
Skala, c 3 0 1
Borden-Kircher, cf 3 0 0
Doller,,lni 2 0 0
Mungin, 11 3 0 0
Hobbie, p 3 1 0
Kelly, 3b 2 0 0
Speckme,rf 2 0 0
Edwards, 21? 2 9 0
Totals 13 I 1
kora By Innings
Ambas. 0 2 0 2 0 0 0-4
Mariners 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-1

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MEMORIAL DAY CLASSIC
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BETTER RUBBER FROM START,,
TRANS1STHMIAN MGHWAY

Sy 41 SOS G SINCLAI
Seeelici Malt Standing
Teems W Pet Gb
Abernathy 13 .312
Cavegeria 12 ,4 .7501
Jantzen mautv a -d529 41i
Glud Mariners 4 13 .235 914
Mauricio 4 14 :222 10
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Mauriele Noses, Out Mariners
The Mauricio Arnbaosadors final finally
ly finally got tack into the win column
after losing 13 straight games in
the aecond half and nosed out the
Glud Mariners 4 to 1 to move
within 12 game of fourth-Place.
John Hardin gave up one lone lonesome
some lonesome bit to Skala in the, foerth
and retired the following 13 bat batters
ters batters in order to pick up his third
win against eight setbacks.
Robbie went the route for the
Mariners and-mas charged witli
the defeatedhis 18th -against 3
wins. Hobbit had poor montrol and
gave up 12 Iree, passes, four of
which scored to make the differ difference
ence difference in the' game.
The Mariners got their only run
in the second inning when Hobnie
was safe at first on shortstop Puc Pucci's
ci's Pucci's error on his grounder, later
went to second -on Vargas was
ball behind the plate and came
home on a single.

four bakes on balls and a pair of 1
pass balls. They added two more
in the 4th on two bases on balls
when Pucci drove them home on
a double to left field.
Skala tot the''brily' hit for -the
Mariners in three trips to the
plate. Russell, Pucci, Garcia, and
Spradlb accounted for the 4-AmbassadOrs
4 hits.

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CHELSEA, Mich. (UPI) The
fastest auto racing lap on a clos closed
ed closed course in American history
was the 181554 miles per hour
turned in by Sam Hanks at Chel Chelsea's
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Hanks, later winner of the India.
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1:ily HENRY P..' THORNSIRRY
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mullurIELEC..,Seotiand (UPti-L
Charlie Coe, "captain of the U,S.
Walker Cup tgolf teant ellikt
waryt eye, at. the ,, sky 4yesterday
and said the week-end eweatlier
will be an important fatter in Me
Yanks'' chancea AU...beating ',the
British.' :
"If -the Weether-,-Temlint -e'en
and Wuxi,. I ,shall be ,verY
mistic, Coes' vommented.',---,.
,But he' added 'that -if, ionditions
hanged to what he described as
"a norInal Setitidsk day,' ,,'
golf would I much tougher. for
the Americans ,en --thir narrow
heavily' -- -bunkered --A
count.' Man lind, high rare
hot ipicomynonzhvAcotiand gin;
may.
Yanks Prectice
' The two-day tournament' starti startitomorrow
tomorrow startitomorrow with four foursomes
matches. Eight singles' matches
are scheduled ; for ,Baturday.
America has won 15. of tho 16
Walker Cup series 'played thus
far. Britain's. only vict,o17 eime
in 1938. ,
With leu than 24 -hours to' go
before the team captains- an announce
nounce announce their four;omes partner partnerships,
ships, partnerships, the Yanks put in ',some
more diligent practice-
The' Americans ;were favored at
5-4,on the strengt'h of their excel excellent
lent excellent practice performinces this,
, Coo And Pettis'', t
i Just what Coe had ht mind for
foursomet pairings was Anyone's
guess. But here is he ,'men
paired up In practiceyesterdeyc
Harvii Ward of San 'Francisco
and Dr.. Bud Til101, of 'Pomona.
Calif.; Ward Wettlatifer of But
falo,- N.Y., and yoimg lack Nick Nicklaus
laus Nicklaus of Colu,mbus, Bill
'lyndman., of Abington, Pa., and
Tommy Aeron of
Ga.; Coe and I. 111, World :,Cup
" Joe. 'Patton ef
Morganton, ,
B,ritalh, yhich his ,- won Ahe
Ibursomer competition only zwiee
since the match was first played
in 1922, is pinning its hopes' on
least starting Saturday's singles'
Dal ,Rees, Ityder Cup team
captain' who 'kis been isaisting
the British teanr,isaid: "I think
Britain shOUld win at least 'two of
the four, fourtomes Thatches'!
the selectors ;,,patr, Vuy
holme,:' the English, champion,.
CA113 ;veteran Joe
Carr, the amateur chimpion; and,
0011113 ..with Jack,-
the only winning partnership in.,
;he 1987 elude.
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NEW YORK, May 14, WP1)--
The Toronto Maple Leafs otitslast otitslasted
ed otitslasted Montreal in Astra ht,nings Jast
night' to' take over the Royals'
first division ,alot ip -the Intense Intensetional
tional Intensetional League. N'
Toronto gained fourth place by
storing a run in' the llth Irame
to gain a, )1-3 verdict. Rcith teams
scored a run .in,,the 10th inning
to prolong the suspense.
Frank Funk; relieving Bob Ma Makales
kales Makales ,in the lth, won his third
game of the seam The Toronto
cause was helped by Dave Pope's
fifth homer and Stan Jok's first.
' Columbus unleashed a 14-bit at attack
tack attack against 'league-leading Mia-,
mi for a 7-1 victory. Dick Lines,'
going all the LW, issued seven
hits as he picked up his third
win. Five' runs in the-first two
innings for the Jets proved the
clincher.

clincher.
In other games, Rochester whip
ped 1-5, on 13 hits and
Ha Vans downed Richmond, 3-1.
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, National 'League
foams tV L Pct. SI
Mliwauhoo 10 011.
Lot Angelai , 18 .13 Jill Vs
San Francisca. ,,15 ,13 ..S36 2
Cincinnati ,14 .$10 2134
Chicago 16 ,1S 2Va
Pittsburgh 14 .481 3
Philadolphia ;11 '14 '.407 43Vs
St. Louis Llt .345 ?Va
Today s Games:
Pittsburgh at 11011 Angeles (N)
Idilwadea
Philadelphia San'trancisco
'Cincinnati at Chicago

Yesterday's Results
Cincinnati 000 000 000 0 3 0
Chicago 007 000 12x-10 13 0
Purkei (4-3), W. Schmidt, ju4
dolph, O'Toole !and Bailey.
Hobble (4-3) and S. TaIlor.-
Philadelphia 000 000 000-0 2
S. , 301 000 00x-6 7 '0
Gomez (0-2), Carwell,
an,Sd. Thionnlesas(.3-4):a'nd Landrith.'
(41914 'Game),
Milwaukee, 000 200 010-3
St: Louis 020 000 000-2 0
Spalur;(4-4) and Crandall.
Jackson' (1-3),' and H. Smith.
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N ight 01
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Lug Anges 4

Mi.

!rho ',Atlantic Armed Forces Lit Litde
de Litde League concluded .its higrhly
successful season, when dm "Ti "Tigers"'
gers"' "Tigers"' All-Stars and the, "Ran "Ranraints",
raints", "Ranraints", ',A11-Stari plaYed the', fi final
nal final game, sot the', 'season at ithe
Little ,Leagoisr,lark at- Fort ',Gu ',Gulick.
lick. ',Gulick. Illet large,attendaticso of of oflareltipieltds
lareltipieltds oflareltipieltds 114;sPoe 114;sPoetatort
tatort 114;sPoetatort ,NOtliessoci ;egos 'reVtandes
Pitch The, '"Itatrainise' Stir
to sui $44 decision' over Ids piten pitening
ing pitening opponent Iteitnundo Facheco
of the "Tigers."

Americin Learie

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Teams W Pct. St- ft,g.
Clovoland 16 9 340 40(14
Chicago 16 11 .593 1
Baltimore 15 12 J56 2 I
Washington 15 14 J17
Boston J -12 14' .462 444,77;.
New York 1 14 .440 5
Kansav City 11 14 .440 5
Detroit 9 17 .346 61
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Today's Games
adcago at Boston
1-Detroit at Washington
:Aansas City at Baltimore IN) -- -.-
Only:games echedtded
Yesterday's Restdts
Chicago 201 100 000-4 U
Boston 000.000 000-10 5
, Shaw (2.0) and Lollar.
r. Sullivan (1-2),. Casa.. autt 4
whitc

,Cleveland at New l'fork(Post'.
plied Rain) ,( -r A
(Night Game)
Kansas City at Deft Ore (Post."1,1.3
poned Rain)
(Night Game)
Detroit at Washington (Postpon
ed, rain).

Lew Scorer
NEW YORK (UPI) Golf pro
Jim Ferree of Virinston-Salem;,...
NC, shot the lowest round
the' PGA tournament ,eircuit
19SSa 61 at Vancouvert,.13.C.

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Hagan, 'Lids Valencla,-Crist Woe.
gess, Hector ,IContreras'Benja.1--
min Vega, Peter F. EVans, Ad Addie
die Addie A. GoMoz, Carlos Betances
Hermildo Caaanova,' keimeth
bel snd'. Charles--,131ortolt.,A,Serr,,-
geolint Fiat Clan, .Gilbert ?,'Elder
, the loam manager,rourtii,'
PRortio'l
Larry'Clark. Alex Rodriguez,
phen Pratt; ',Charles St. o h
George Howling, D n a Id St.
John, Skip Berger,? Ricky Saun-
dera, JiMilly, Morris,, Mich a
Morris, Norberto Robriguez, Den- I
nit Fedak and Robert Rodenhie;;"
zer. Charles C. St. John was tho I
,O.N
thaM Manager. a
League officials, labo were u unanimous
nanimous unanimous hi their appreciadon
the whole-hearted support during
the season, were Captain Paul E.
Bugas, league president; Sergeant, -,
Eirst Class Edgar A. 'Badger,,,..
vice-president: Captain Jose EstiF, ,"
ras;.f treasurer; Captain .1 amel
Hull. secretary; Captain A. D. '',,
Munro, player agent and Sei-7.,,
geant James M. Thornton, 4
city agent,

nit Fedak and Robert Rodenhie;: .,,t,
-- .7,7-..-,. --IT-, -,-,...,. .....,,,, ,,, ,s,,,,,
Immedtately followinglhe game morns, Norberto Robriguez, Den- :I, I
Col. Cecil Himes, Atlantic ,-ArmY
Area commander presented league zer. Charles C. St- John 7111 tht ,,,,,,,
gfleirclals, wio were u- 44
terhomphmiplesonstonip indiurivgiedrups,, indof '..tthnee
thLeanlagillueanao
wri. nanimous ib their appreciation cd-.
second place "Rangers." The
gers" won 'both the first half and the whole-hearted support during ,',,
the, second half championships. to the season, were Captain Paul E. ,',
beCome the,. overall league chain- Bugas, league president; Sergeant,
pions for the Aeason.
First Class Edgar A. 'Bedger,,,, ,-,
. Certificates, of ',graduation also vice-president: Captain .lese Estv,
were presented to all.leagueplay- ras;treasuret; Captain i mei
ers who oconcluded' their teat sea- Hull. secretary; Captain A. D. ,, ',s 4I
sm .with. Little League teams by Munro, player agent and Sei-7,-,..
virtue of having teehrated their geent James M. Thornton, publi,,,,',',, ol
12th birthday 1 city agent, ,,
The day's Aetivity terminated 'Irv,- 0. at
with a barbecue for Jim players, Season League Standings .
parents, spectators and the ma- G W 1 ,,,,
ny well-wilhers who witnessed 'rigors 24 21 3
the league, games througheut the Rangers U 14 10
eeason. Raiders 24 10 i4 .
Players of the "lifers" reedy- VFW Rani!! 24 3 21e
.
log first place incite duel awards ,, ,.
.
were: Miguel Fernandez, ,-,.
Butson, Joseph Eoch, Michael
jackiThomas Temporaril
ys' h 4
Brown, Reimundo Pacheco. Alber-1 , , ..,
to DeJesus, Jose DeJesits.
ert Levine, Frederick Linck, AI AI"lOulls
"lOulls AI"lOulls School While ' '
fredo Velez, Victor DeJesus, Os- , r At
ear Sanchez, Price Walker
Pedro Morales., Jose' DeJesus
and Injured Fool Heals -
was the team manager. ., a;
' r; a o
Individual awards to the "Ran-- BOSTON, (UPI) --John 'rhotio a,'
gers" were presented to Roger s,
,,,a the Boston University fresh freshSt
St freshSt Cyr,-Juan It. Rivera, Rabert-; man who has jumped higher than
Pedro, Earl R. Anthony Roger ,4
any other man, today could nOtt
Paris,' Wenceceslao Torres, Juan
I even wiggle the tees on his In, i eij
Gonzalez, Francis St Cyr, Ward jured jumping', foot. ,0'.4or s
Paris, Jesus Fernandez, Hector Thomas, who holds! the world
Vega, Melvin Green and Orlan Orlan,,,,,indoor
,,,,,indoor Orlan,,,,,indoor high jumping record with, A, s
do ,Fedre- Mester Sergeant ""1"- a 7-foot, 11-inch leap at the Nala
Rivera was team' Manager. tional AAU meet in New YorW g 0, 44
Players, receiving certificates al last Feb. 21, has dropped out of
graduation were. Jack Butson, Boston University and vvill not re- s
Joseph Hoce, Michael : B ro vm sume his studies until next,fall ',,,,
and Reimundo Pacheco of the school officials said Tuesday. ,vi
"Tigers"; ,Michael MotTis, Alex The 18-year-old Negro youth ink
'Rodriguez Robert Rodenheizer derwent plostic surgery to close-li
and Boyd Crews of the VFW lesion on his left foot-the one thel ,
Post 100 "Rams": Earl R. An- springs his spectacular leaps. ,,,,
thony, Roger Paris, Juan Gonza- He underwent surgery 16 dayh 11
lez, Jesus Fernandez and. Roger ago for a skin graft .1:
St Cyr of thel"Bangers", Her- School officials said he has g
RAMO Casanova, Beniamin Vogl, "ruled himself out" of 0,- ,t r a c k
Addie Gomez and Leslie, Smith meets this summer. ', 4..
of the "Raider's." ' When the protective cast wa3
a -aiddition to the,those rely:
, r strippect, off this week, the youth
ing individual trophies tor e was warned by doctors to foregO ' ,,7
first and secOnd plate teams, any form of exercise untit it Wal
the followbut olaVers and minas- sure that the eight-inch skin,graft
ers completed : the !lemon with on the top of the foot had "tali.
their ,teams- Third 'place 0,1tele- en." ;,'
ers"--Heptor Gaiviat Patrick 0 "I can't even wiggle my tees,'
,
' s., ,'.. z , he Balch ,-' 11,1
'''.' ''' tit n' it
,,, ,,, Fig esu s i: ,
4,':', Boston University, 'officials re reported
ported reported that the gangling track is. 1
, , star. had withdrawn , officially, r, .', 'II
' ,,';''il'ssi.,;,.',H,...-'...:.... from school because of the classes
'',' i ,r.,, .,. , '' he's missed since he mangled hil '1'ffilf
'1 LONDON-:.:Dick'Tiger,181 3-4, foot in aft elevator accident 'at a .-!:1
Nigeria, outpeinted Randy SandY, university dormitory last Marctr'i 1 J
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150." ,New York (10); Dave 24 s, , .-....
Charnley,.133 3-4, England, knock- (1, ,, )niA
, ,
ed 'out Willie ,,Toweel 135, South Getting in Shape .1
Africa (10)1 ,' ,;.1, 9' NORMAN, Okla. (UPI) .;--Pren--T''11
71,4 A '.----' .',.' ''' flee Gautt, Oklahoma fullback : "4'''
"CARIBOU.. Maine '.I. Yvon Du who averaged 15.7 yards 'per carr A
retie,' 175, Canada, stopped Teddy ry, against Syracuse in the 0-7 '; 'e'v
Burt .170 Boston (3). '",' range Bowl football game lasKr.,1 :
' ,' '' ,,,-,---.- 4" 4 ' t New Year's Day, recently had s''''-'" M
HOUSTQW, Ter, ,,,- Joe Archer, knee cartilege removed in prepre 7..
158, New York,' outpointed Tony &rouge fogr bit lento, I seam" 4,0
1Dutas,, 157, New -Orleans (10). next fails i , .0 ""'l

Season League Standings "'
G W 1 ,,,;
Tigers 24 21 3
Rangers U 14 10 ,,
Raiders 24 10 i4
VFW Rants 24 3 2.1e
Thomas- 'Temporarily::: 41
Oulls School While ,'
Injured Fool Heals
r r;
BOSTON, (UPI) John 'rho& a,11
ias, the Boston University fresh freshk
k freshk man who has jumped higher than
lany other man, today could not
even wiggle the toes on his 110 01
jured "jumping" foot.
Thomas, who holds, the world
indoor high jumping record with, A, s
a 7-foot, 11-inch leap at the Nattt
tional AAU meet in New Writ 4,4
last Feb. 21, has dropped out of
Boston University and vvill not re. s
sume his studies until next,fatt
school officials said Tuesday.
The 18-year-old Negro youth tuit
derwent plostic surgery to close, ',-
lesion on his left foot-the one thst
springs his spectacular leaps. ',g
He underwent surgery 16,dayS
ago for a skin graft
, School officials said the has
"ruled himself out" 01 r c S
meets this summer.
When the protective cast wa3
strippect, off this week, the youtis
was wattled by doctors to forego
any form of exercise untit it Wal
sure that the eight-inch skittgraft
on the top of the foot had "tali..
en."
"I can't even wiggle my tees,'
he saidi

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' k hurled ,the Milweukee- Braves, brilltant two-hitter for the Gian s Junior College 6 6., 1.000 coataeli, ttaullaro: awn, jc7 addadopeidorrrintot
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tlt 1 ,.,.(Ati k d 00d ti 4 13
Cincinn ; eel , ara
e,. i to a 3-2 viotory over tile St. Louis who clinehed matters early', by KoanO, Da 20 711 '12 31 .397 Balboa High
Kaline, Des 26 107 .1 I ,eme Wards ,one.e.et1.0111,, ,etr. Ina. eneeesstill . Chica ; ,- -,
0,....,...,,e golf would In ntuche,tougher for, 90 , e e 16 IS .1.516 2Va Boston ,e ,' ',, -12 14' .467 4Viteree e
, k; II 11 -407 31a Kansas City '' II 14 .440 1 eneee, e e
'el :- c a r d i na la last night. Carl scoring flee runs in the first m- .,
F Chi 27 103 1112 4038 is545 Crietilher High .. : tele eenue,11 ,e e, ee, , tee .- : the AM,erieant ,'On this narrow Pittsburgh e 13 id .481 '314 Now York- e I ; 14 .440 5 ,i1 -
ox,
,,', Hubbell with 253 wins and Eppa ning. Willie Mays' threettunhom- ,
eme, Me arts, K.C. 25 100 17' 33 -330 Tuaaday's. ItaamitC .... .k, ,,''' -r: ', :, ... . ' heavily' ejebunkered eneI Muirneld Philadelphia :
.. Rixey with 266 and the only Isla- er was the big blow of that fr.
rower, Cie. 25, 105- 22 34 .324 Junior College .10 ,d-H.5.-- 10 ' '' pacif lc
', oft all,,;
' count. -Blittieidebighe,Witidteare St. Leads 10.19 .345 Pit Detroit 9 17 .346 6-' '
' -.1 '-"--- ' ". ' Today-'; 'Ga' mes '''' "7
:; -; tionai League lefties ahead of him anddLe. Jon Wag,ner homered in- the
Runnels, 3 26 99 16 n .323 hot micomnione'he Scotland, during
i, and above them are only Amer- thie. ones had a tno-hbitileader untilin
Berbera, D 20 62 l'i 20, .323 gy TREVOR. SIMONS,,.. . ,s, r -, ne- :,.' e ' -e Ma7- i':,-. .: -,,,,e-e,,, k ., .. Today! Games: : ,
e inn Leaguers Lefty Grove with Willie Jones beat ou a er e
cage a os on ;
, Yanks Practice ,...: -e. ,e' e ,, ; ' , i ,,4 4.4,, .4 ; .; ,' 4'.' ., 1 :
' ) The two-day- tournamentestarti. Milwaukee at St. Louis (Ni.''' :
' 300 and Eddie Plank with 324. the seventh. Gene Freese singled Streand, C 25 1.5 11,17, ;-3111 , ., ,
' '' .th-e ' 5:--, eagu - ;
, cleanly for the other Philadelphia 04 19 33 .417 Coach "'Stu" Brovm : a torn.- ,e ,,,,
Matzen', B 26 I ,
' tomorrow witli four, foursomes Pittsburgh at Lee Angeles (N) .-Detrolt, at Washington
''' 'cif' ' i B t ''-' l' 4
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At 38, epahn has had a nit a hit in the eighth. The victory Woedling, B 23 63 11 20 .317 times 'jovial coach of Canal-Zone -: , ., .. ,,, , . , .... ,le ..
,' trouble getting started this 'year moved the Giants into third place.
Junior College, is wealing a' big ta-ene -., el matches. Eight ,sing es' matches PhiladelpMa kat San-Francisco ;Ansel City at Baltimore '01) --- 4'-
,
' but he picked on one of his favor- Ernie Banks hit a grand slam Runs Batted In are scheduled e' for e Saturday- 'Cincinnati -at Chicago '4
, Only-games acheduled ... , ee,
SINCIA R A di ha w 15 of th 1 - ', '
. ,- Testerday's Results
' ite "cousins" last night Sphan homer to cap a seven-run third- smile theee days. His baskethan 2.;
' lers are not, only ', intent:bolatie .,,,, ar- oll0".611-. ,,,,.. I m elk s (:. , ,. 6 e , ., e, :
. ,,e Walker Clip series, 'played; thus , : ' ' '.
terday's:Results ,, ,
.
has scored two of his 1959 wins inning rally during which the NATIONAL LEAGUE champions, .but Tuesclay- ,,night , ., ,
,. Socend Mal7,1tend,.1r, e-eei.-' lar. Britain's. :only Victory- ea-me ;
-; 'over the Cardinals and has a 53 Cubs routed Bob Purkey and the Banks, Cubs 33 they com,pletteel a clean sweep for
.- W u Fel woe in 1938. Yes
. ,
' 29 lifetime edge over them. lithe Chicano shorestop drove in Robinson, Reds 3e an undefeated NIKO when
007 000 12x-10 13 0
,,' Chicago 201 100 000-4 U e
- The victory lifted the Braves a fifth run before the rout was Demeter, Dodgers Abernathy .13 1 All ;--, With leu than
Cerveceria , 12 ',:,, 4 .750 1, before the e. team captains: an- Chicago ...
24 'bourn' to- go Cincinnati 000 000 600- 0 3' 0 ,Boston 000000:000-10 I 8
30 came to the 'Margarita
- back into first place when he over. Glen Hobble fired a three- Mathews, Braves 2J !Mina end withstood a late Tiger
Jantzen Madure 9 a 2329 eve 'Shaw (1-0) and Lollar '
e Pittsburgh Pirates downed the Los hitter and struck oul. six in achiev Aaron, Braves 25 bid to win 69 te BO. ' flounce their lournmet. partner- Purkey, (4-3), W. Sehmidte 7eue ea sum ( ) c -se
Angeles Dodgers, 6-4, in a two- ing his third coinplete game and Pinson, Reds 25 Last year coacb. -Brown had on- Glud Mariners 4 13, -235 911 ships the' Yanks t e o
4 14'. :222 10 a ,, .. van ; 1-2 , as and ten '4,
pit in s me delphe O'Toole Aid Bailey. i- '. whitc -,' 0--!:-
'e run eighth-inning homer by Dick fourth win. Ai Dark had three hits ly one Alexander, ,, and he lost Maantnia more diligent practice. ,' Hebb (4-3) and S. Taylor:: e ,-, ''
.
'-'' Stuart. The San Francisco Giants and Tony Taylor, Banks, Walt AMERICAN LEAGUE his only player at ;id-xenon due The Americans were favored, it
I 1 N Out Mariners .; ,' :Cleveland at New IYork- ,(Postee.- -'
'' beat the Philadelphia Philties, 60, Moryn end Bobby Thomson two to an anlde injury.; The rest oi Maur c ens, 5-4,ote the strength of their hint- Philadelphia 000 000 000-0 2 0 ported Rain) ....
- d the Chicago, Cubs whipped the each for tbe Cubs. It was the
n an Killbrew Senators l'll the' team was hardln aerisatch for
auricle Arnbanadors final. lent practice perfermences this, S.11'. e'en 301 000,00x-8 7 '0
, , her ,,,,it
f' Cincinnati Reds, 10-0, in the ether first time Cineinnati was shut out C All
erv, t eties 23 either Crietobal or Balboa neand las M .,,, week. ,e,- ,, :... e Gomez (0-7), -, Carwell, Phillins (Night Gams) ',,,'.,,
tbs.' win column
rian os, no es
T d 0 1 22 the Green Devils finished cli the ly got ,back into . Coo And Patton t and Thomas. e 7, i
-- National League games. The Chi- this year. after losing 13 straight, games in , Kansa,s, City at BaMmOre (Poste Ar
.
Lemon Senators
White Sox downed the Bon The White Sox moved to within ,
cago 21' cellar. This year Junior lege Just what- Coe had ht mind for .S. Jones,,(3-4), and ,Landritb.- poned Rain) e ----el
.,,,
If d' d t th
the secoed ha. an nose ou a eou somee .; ,, e
s ton Red Sox, 4-0, hi the only Amer- one game of the A. L. leading ensen, Red Sox 20 had two Alexanders as brother r pumas was, anyone s
Glud Mariners 4 to 1 to move e ,
---,
guess B '' ' ' ''
. ut here is hew. this men .., k, A. --.---, (Night 'Game) e ..,
2 ican League activity. Cleveland Indians on the strength Maris, Athletics 29 Gary moved up limn the Bull- ..
w th'n 12 ame of fourth-01AM haired up In, practice, yesterdeyn. (Night 'Game),
of Bob Shaw's five-hit pitching. Allison, Senators e20 dogs to help plague the two High -.1-J ;,1--- HalrCelin gave up one lone- ',- Detroit at Washington (Postpon (Postponarvie
arvie (Postponarvie Ward of San "Francisce Milwaukee, I 100 200 010-3 8 ,' I, ed, rain).
' Speen got te run he needed to Jim Landis, Sherman Lollar, Del Schools ancl bring Junior College
Dna to Skala i : th f th
; n e, ocr and Dr.: Bud Taylor ;Of 1.PoMOUS, St: Louis ' '020 000 000-2 1'7' 0
beat Larry Jackson when Bill Brue Ennis and Earl Torgeson had two Home Runs an undefeated championehip-.
te mild" ti d tie following 13 bat batre
re batre re e
ton homered with two out in the hits each for the White Soxe who Don Alexander added 24 points an
''GShymaY Tunis ,,,
a .. e. C life Ward Wettlaidere- of But Spahnen4-4) and Crandon. '. Love Scorer '1
ran their winning 'streak to five ters, in order -to ,pien up his ultra
eighth inning. Alex Grammes had NATIONAL LEAGUE to his season total iii the finakeet tato,' N.Y., and, young elute- Nick- --elackeon' 4-5), 'and H. Smith. NEW YORK (UPI) Golf Pro
: nicked Spahn for a two-run double games. Ted Williams singlei to Mathews, Braves 13 Margarita to wind Ails. with 127. taus of 'Columbus Ohioe'' Bill, ' e- -------
, -. ., ; thee PGA tournament ,eireuit ineee.:,
' Jim Ferree of Winston-Salenne el' 1
left field in the sixth inning and win aglinst ',eight setbacks.
the HYndman of Ahingion, Pa and Odin Game) e'
': in the second inning but the Braves Banks, Cubs ebbin weht the nente kr '. NC, 'shot the lowest round we" 0
, tied the score in the fourth on a now is 1 for 9 for the season. ,Aaron, Braves 8 Gary led the College scoring Tues. M
Tommy Anon rt Gehapt- vine 'Pittsburgh' le i ..
' 2 walk, singles by Eddie Mathews Shaw's seas on earned ru,n average Robinson, Reds. 8 day night .with 27 points,
8 enough te overtake Don, but well
flardly mermen. s,na,mas clanged witn
the defeated-his lfithe against 3 6 ' ' i -------,, L ea
a. Coe and) h ze World Lup eit Jules 4
wins. Hobbit had poornontrot and ' : , 1958-a el at Vancouver,,InCe, e- ...
: and Wes Covington, an infield out is a nifty 0.81. Demeter, Dodgers 8 ahead of the third place Leen Kirk- tgaitunate,, ,Bill s.Joe., ',Patton. ,of 1 ,,, ; ,, ,.. e e
ree, -Pass s, a a Morgant N C - , '' '. '' - ' '' '''.
, and Del Crandall's sacrifice fiy. land of Balboa who ended the sea- e
gave up 12-4 e I ur f
hick scored to make, the differ- en' '' 2,--- :' -, ,' e 1
. ene,4
',,,, ,.,
tlantic Armed' Forts Litt e''' 2 '''''''
1 Beitein, ,yhtch has ,, won Alai.
aftinunresomtheasemeaorch ,petwitiar fironatlyszawyecede ,, ., ,. ,. ,
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Mickey Vernon, who played right
PhilliOs Morehead AMERICAN LEAGUE son last week with 90 points. ewnee in the game.- ..
' field in place of the ailing, Hank un Killebrew, Senators 12 Where Gary did overtake 'DM The Mariners got their only run
1922, is pinning its' hopes' on at i ,,,:ei,,,. -; '' , ..,
:Aaron, walked and scored a r r Colavito, Indians 8 was in the foul-shoting depart departeast
east departeast starting Saturday's sainglps'; -,, ,' -,,, ..,.. ., -, ''' ' "'--
eason
', in the fourth. Early Wynn of the
Join New Clubs In Jensen, 'Red Sox 8 ment, for these two brother could in the second inning when Hobbie'iol
coop- n s uc est u
Chicago White Sox, with 253 wins, Triandos, Orioles 7 hurt their opponents there i.e., was safe at first on shortstop Puc Pucci"'
ci"' Pucci"' ei's error con his grounder, later
, e 'is the only active pitcher with Maris, Athletics 7 as badly as they did from the floore phss T. e ,,, ,.
' le
, , went to second,-on Vargas
anore victories th,an Spahm. Lemon, Senators ai, ,Rees, Ityder Cup team , -,,
7 Gary's 3 for 5 Thesdan
night en" ball behind the -plate and came
captain' who bas been anisting ,, e, , I , ' 4
&nein ehOidd'win at lent 'two of ":' ., ; e , '- ; t et et-
- et- Stuart's winnitig homer for Pitts- 11
C b Ph'irrAl ''''
u s- I r rd, e---t- abled the ra,nger Green Devil to home on.1 single, ,. ,,
. the British team'', saide'."I think '' e 1 L 't 1
'-' burgh overcame a 4-3 Dodger lead 'ne- : re ,,e' 19,"' b:'41;', wind up with .095, while- Don had The' eAmbassadors get two. ; . ---,,,, 0, --
,
. el
ofanthde
:1 which resulted from Don Deinet- CHICAGO 7-(UPI) '' Sh in
- u paws LEADING. his worse night from
throw line en a noo ithe tree rufounrs Inba 0
,
, er s eighth timer of the season. 1th r 4 for 12 atehae obnot tboamd a
. t e eur, ournmes, matches t ef eine Atlantic Armen races Lit: Higin,"-Luis Valezieli,'Crist Woe-, 0. :
Taylor tenni s no Sew eLttre- asepsannir Dr h I I ' ' -'4' '''''
the selectors Iatritty Wol ten- de League concluded eta highly gess Hect r IC tr -' B j eeer '1
' Elroy Face, the Pirates' brilliant, P His season average was .800. ,, Pass balls 'They added two more e - a e , p on erne en a ;
d Were LO Pin tneg ineW CAWS holmet 'the nglis thampietti, successful season, when the T1- min Vega, Peter 'F.', EVans, Ad..., e
155-pound reliever, took over in ue u PITCHERS Tu sd night J ni Colleg
e ay u or e in the 4th on two bases on bads, wen-
ks Welker Ctip .'yeteran Joe gent"' Atl-Start. and thee-. "Itan- die A' GoM C tit ell t '-'
the seventli inning and gained ;
toaay tenowinee a straign, player started off like they might run when Pucci, drove them home on, Carr, the amat A' '' ' i 'All St i 1 Yed tii" 'fi fr a aa' a a"ean
credit for his fifth straight victo-
raae between. the Chicago cubs
away with thin their final win of a double to, left field.. eur e amnion; and ra mse .., ..- an, ,et a ee Hemline Ca 'move,' Kenneth Lee- ,e,
, 1)o las ,Sewsll with. et nal. met!" the-"season at '.
tig ekt -Jack,. ill , ithg bel and, 1 Charlet-eltforteen ',Sere
nu the enuadelpnia enitileti
ry. The loser was Don Drysdale, ., (Band on 3 or more decisions) the season. In fact, The entire first Sk 1 -tt: t th 'i In hit' for -the
' .., who yielded eight hits hi seven Cubs manager eitob, scomifing a a 0 e 0 Y the only winning partnership in, Little 'Learn-Park', at" len :Ow gaant Fiat Class, ,Gilberte'Elder
half was JC all The way. with Gar, Mariners in 'three trips to the ,,,
, Innings. Smokey Burgess had three said he boPea taileettectWiettite ar- NATIONAL LEAGUE 114 1957 1 '
, c ague. lick, ,'Thn align attendance' of' 91- ,was the teane manageterourtine A'
..,e, hits and started the game-winning rive in time tor 12ii 861 game of tbe Alexanders mining hi 19 1,1;:e. 'Russell Pucci Garcia and' -, e ,,, 'ne e , e! - e
' St I.' Pen bo a 1 0 ,, w 0 emillsk parent, t riends andesPee. plate ntelreVrePost 400- "Rartia4 ea' te
,,,, of his 27 total and rna d ng 4 Mine accounted for the "-Aril- le ite ., --e,e k,' , e' ket ee t- t ,',: nee ed ' 144-e dez ' '' '''' -'
, rally with a single. with Cincinnati at Wrigley nield. Face, Pirates 5 5 '""" Alse damaging tO the Tigers wae bassaders 4 hits. (term
would u' Al 1" i, a ore en ss ,yeiTs vien Larry 'Clarke, Alet ,Rodriguez, SttieZ, :-
Phillips left, immediately ter San Klippsteine Dodgers 3 0 1.000 0. th aSIS "6, igto thc-Rityq,ainur Alt ,- Stitlet phen Pratt, -.Charlesefitee J o h n, ,,
" d wh tted 3 fi Id
"Tweety Mea o ne e
' Francisco to joh: the Pinnies aft- Roberts, Phillies 3 1 .570 to en e-Itelectinen' over--tits pitch- Gtorge Hentinge. D it n a Id St. ',e"
',. gm gm 1 1.1. Egio er tne trade announcement Tues- Mizell, nerds 3 1 .75e goals in the first half of plan, the The box score:
,
, same total that he had netted in ing'-oppolient ItelinUndo, Pacheee John, Skip Berm ? Ricky Saun- e
"
DRIVE 'IN
day. . Henry, Cubs
Phillips; 25, failed to finish in Kline, Pirates 3 1 .759
3 1 .760
all his comi4ned scoring for fine Ambassadors AbRHOA on rea o a e,..
M 1 11 I' k ,
of the e'Tigern" ',, ,', ; ders, Jiminy, Mortise Mich a er '''' '''"'
- e
,
:'",i I foice: TODAY 7 :00
9:00 1 his last 16 starts for the Cute:, --r
and pested an 0,2-xecord-so tar AMERICAN LEAGUE previous games.
fil the meantime tenors had Pucci, se
Russell lb s 2 1 1 10 0
managed to hold their 'own with a Garcia, c ,, 4 0 1 0
4 -0 1 4 2 ' ':' t',., Immediateln followinglhe ,game Mellie, Norberto Rolyriguez, Dein ':e, 1
2 Over IL 4th Place; Col. Cecil Hintese Atlantic eArmY
- Area commander eresented league his ,,Fedak and Rebert RodenhieV; see
zer. Charles' C. St. John, wa,s tht,,,,,"
this season in appearing in seven teem Manner' '' ''' 44
MeLish, Indians 5 0 nom 18 point first quartere but fell far Hardin, p 2 1 0 0 2 ' , '. .. trophies to individuals of the
MOLLY MacGOWAN II gam,es. Ins earned run average ...- e1 the League officials, who ,'were u-
od eh onshi iITI ers"
he pace in the second' peri Spradlin, el 3 0 1 0 0 NEW YORIC, May 14,e(UPle--- Anti P g nu
Don MOGWAN in currently', is 7.41. w unelm, Orioles 4 0 1.000 iff t'
Pappas Orioles 4 0 1.0o with only 7 to 'give the cliamps Herrera, g ,' 2 1 0 2 0 The Toronto ,Maisle'Lelfs oddest- steer's& place Mangers." -The 'n 'nit
it 'nit nannuous ht. their a laden of
the h PPrne I
. Morehead, 24, also owns a '0-2
::,' t "SNOWF1,RE" 1 Fischer Senators 3 0 -1 000
record thin geason, with' a .587 a 41 to 23 lead at half time. Vargas, 2b 4 0 0 3 1 ed Montreal keno innings Jest gers", wow.both .the first half and w 01e-hearted suPPort during e
in COLOR! Kemmerer, Senators 4 1 .800 e sera ,11' --- --
Th nd b If was s slighly Chambers el 2 0 0 2 0 night tce ,take th A 1 the, second half championships, to the season, were Captahi Paul 1E.
,, over e oya s
, im ena. ; Bugas, league president; Sergeant, -,
- different story. Cristobal was not De La Mater, 3b 1. 1 0 0 3 first division elot ih -the Interne- be,come the overall league chain!
, I r I Tonforrow I, I
Boxing Tattlers' Cl:r n about to Ile down and play dead. Totals
A Kulig, Humphrey and McGloin 24 4 4 21 9 tional League.. ,,, -, PiODS fon the .0eAsen- '. .. rint ClaSS Edgar A. 'Badger,,,,,,
, s vice- resident. Ca tain Jose Eine
Toronto ',gained fourth' plape, by Certificates-4d 'graduation al o p p ,,, .,
e started to hit with what was Mariners etoring a run ine the llth Ira me were : presented: to all :league "play- rase tre,asuret ; Ca,ptain i timer e
LONDON (urn -Jim Figg of TODAY ENCANTO -25-15
,. I POPULAR NIGHT! I
,e- alarining accuracy to emir Col- Wight, lb 3 0 0 I I to gain: ii, )1-3 Verdict. Beth teams in who ,,,concluded their Int sea- Hull. pecretary; Captain A- 1:1';;; '. i's
:e, $1.10 per CAR! England is popularly celled "the WAHOO! B115.00 Munro, player agent and Ser-rf
lege opponents, and the 'Niers Skala, c 3 0, 1 4 0 ,scored' 'a run in, the 10th inning son --witin Little League teams' by
father cif modern- boxing,' but St. .,
Stewart Granger in moved to within 8 points of the Borden-Kircher, ef 3 0 0 2 0 to prolong the suspense. vii.tue- of having Celebrated their gent. James M. Thornton, publie,,,,,, 4
I Doris Day Howard Keel in' Bernareine, a telebrated ecclesi ecclesi'
' ecclesi' "CALAMITY JANE" "Harry Black & The Tiger"
astic in the 13th century, taught lead mid-way ehrough 1 m u
tile fourth Dotter, ss 2. 0: 0 1, 1 Frank Ftink; relieving Beb Ceta- 12th birthday.- city agent, 0
Richard Widmark in marten But thitt was a e otee as ungin, 3 0 0 0 0 kales ',in ,the -1th, won his third The day'seettivity terminated a
, 4 In TECHNICOLOR! fist fighting and encouraged box- Season League Standings
"PANIC IN THE STREET" they could get as the College five Hobbie, p 3 1 0 0 2 game -of the neon. The Toronto with a barbecue for the ,players, ,
, ing contests 500 ears before Fi
1 Y gg h G W
, SEM Elli e 11111 MI was born. 1lilt 1 rallied to hold on and finish the Kelly, 3b 2 0 0 0 0 eauseewas- helped by Dave Pope's parents, spectators.: end t e ma-
,
' red hot contest with a 09 to 60 win. Speckme, ,rf 2 0 0 0 0 fifth -homer 'and Stan. Jok's first. ny well-wiehers who witnessed Tel
ere 24 21 ,- .'
' Rangers
' Keith Kulig paced the Tigers Edwards, 2b 2 0 0 7 3 : Columbus unlenhed a 14-bit at- the league, games Ahrenghent, -he U 14 10
,, with 18 points, followed by Jim Totals 23 I I 21 11 tack junkiest leaguedeading Mien etasmi. -- Raiders 24 10'14
,
, , McGloin and Don Huratohrey who FIV 'Rants
Score By Innings mi for a 7-1 victory. Dick Linen', ,Playere of' the' "lifers", reedy- V 24 3 2.1':
.
netted 16 and 14 respectively. Anthem. 0 2 0 2 0 0 0--4 4 3 going all' the' eye 'batted seven Int first place indev dual awards . e ,, ,,,
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JC Rated High In Tournament Mariners 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-1 1 1 ,hiti as he picked up his third were: Miguel Fernandez, Jack
The big Canal Zone Basketball win. Ftve runs in theefirst two Butsone Joseph 'Koch, Michael To ''
iThomas. Temporaril
mmmnnnddduddmdEdoniddodnnno.odnomdoEdimmdd4d000domdm extra vaga,nza opens at Balboa Fastest Ever tnnings for the Jets proved the (Brown, Reimundo' Pacheco. Alber-1 ..
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ulls School While -
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TIVOLI CAPITOLIO VICTORIA RIO Gym to night and runs through CHELSEA, Mich. (UPI) The clincher. e ,- to DeJesuS,, Jose :DeJestis, it' 1,
S a t u r d a y. -It is the annnal fasteet auto racing lap on a dos- In' other. games, Rochester whip, ert Levine, Frederick Lunn, Al- J!
''. : 25c. 15c. 2ec. 15c. 15c. -- 25c. 15e. Canal Zone Junior College basket- ed eourse in American history ped 'Burled, 7-5, on 13 hits and fredo, Vein, Victor Delesus, Os
RANK! S125.00 ', e Spanish Pictures! ball tournament with tea,m,s from was the 182,554 miles per hour Haeana,clowned Richmond, 3-1. car Sanchez, Price Walker and
'
- e LONE STAR i JAILnOUSE ROCK Injured FOol Heals -------
all over the Canal ZOne particip- turned in by Sam Hanks at Chen , Pedre Morales.; 'Jose' -DeJesus e
:. with Clark Gable Interrupted Melody -with Elvis Presley, LA PECADORA n
ating for the cage title. sea's Chrysler Engineering prove , - was the team manager.. a
with Glenn Ford ' with Ninn Sevilla
4d ' r; i4
-- Also: .:- Also: Junior College has already ing grounds on June 30, 1954. .enk Cinter Theatrs Individual ,awards to the Ran-, BOSTON, (UPI) 6-John Thono, ',A
- Also
-, & TALE OF TWO MONTY STRATTON Also: been rated with the top teams, Hanks, later winner of the India. .., , gers" were presented to 'Roger
hertess, the Boston University. fresh
, though little is known of yehat the napolis 500-miler, drove a sre- ,.'.7'0141,C,Ht st Cyr,-Juan A, R ve a
- i r lin-- man who bas jumped higher than
., CITIES The Proud Rebel STORY TU Y LA MENTIRA
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an other man today could nOt e
. th 'd f 1 f al K ft 500 c chands powered by BALBOA .,-; Air Co'nditionett PariSiv Wenceceslao Torres, Juani--7 1
to stem e n e o a pa r o ex- ra even wiggle the toes on his IP i so
. anders that ere hard, if not impos- an 8-cylinder Chrysler engine. ., .1:15 ..., IMO Gonzalez, Francis St. Cyr, Wardljored lumping. foot. : aeer e
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ParalSo -on bunds.y; May ly., ,-, ,,,,-:. i,,,-, ., ---, ,, , This year's edition of the, Junior '' 1 k'''' GROUNDS FOR TRAINING .... 4
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tatiuke, LI. 8nantle.bury, A. Wiallams,Ct Coa,t0. puncan, R. Whyte :::::,: the other day to review leash -,- ,400okso:Fi
, and I. Brown. -, ,,, , -.;, ,,t., ; will take part in the ,tourney. ,,,,,,,,', ;II .,,;:',:,:: I laws arid decide what'llnd of le- l',;:,5;-,4ir ,i,: 1
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, The presentation watch for awardingthe 'cups to the wimier
and runler-up the..racnic .cricitet league, v,91 ,played as
Paralso on nundan May ly.,
;Lae Matta win begin at 12:30 pm. and will be played be,-'
tween 'the, earalso winner., of tne 195it racitic Cricket
' League and the Best,
The following list of names cnmprises the players of the
two teams:
' Pamir. C.C.:'0. Bruton, A.,Ehan, 43. Jackman, A. Blades, A.
taLuke, Lk. licaritiebury, A. Wiallams,C, puncan, R. Whyte
and Brown. ,
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Alleyne, W. brathwitite. J. RetirnonaC. Temple. E. Thomas. t.
Moore, 1. Modre, E. Brown anti 11. Kerr.
, Appended below is a table snowingAhe position of the three
tnat paok part in the Pacific. Cricket League Just concluded
suso'batting anti bowling averages of individUal players of the
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I,Itralso . ; 1 3 ., 1 .: V
ulavelly 2 2 5 I 7
I, Womack ..., 2 4 2 0 6
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Chester Mike 7 206 93 ',, 1 ' 34.33
Ralph Flemmings 7 158 54 ' 2 31.60
Jack-Redmond 7 147 60 2 29.40
Ashuon Walthe 6 ' 176 66 0 ', 29.33
Joseph Alleyne 5 51 24 3 25.30
Wilbert Brathwalte 5 76 59 2 25.33
Caarles Cerrezo 7 149 42 1 24.83
Harold Kerr 7 154 58 0 i 22.00
Irwin Moore 5 70 29 1 17.50
Oscar Rollox 7 115 52 0 ,47.33
BOWLING AVERAGES '
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, riNAL oxisiymmtiS OF CLUISS .,. beheld of the idg.lepree,:z.., 1, ,-.,-,
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ty 2 3 ' 1 7 Balboa 'High Schools will. pToVide ,, f ..:::::?..-:,..if,,...:::,
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Bowlers - Overs
Garfield Brovm 132 58
?Ashton Waithe 1
Guy Brutun N 26 34
MPtlhkdo Smith .... 35 14
' Albert Williams 37
Chester Mike 20
Theodore Jimmott 43
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Christopher Cox 29 14
ciranville Moore 25 14
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, Surrey C.C., led by Chester De DevSoJija,
vSoJija, DevSoJija, idown the A.lantic
Cricket League, lebampionship on
' b dllAly la s L ,with airettowling vie vietory;vvet
tory;vvet vietory;vvet their ,most persistent
challenger, Cragweil
Sent in tO batlirst, SUrrey-lost
a wiptet for one ruit, then 'two for
21 as M.'Grannum, at 14, ,svati'
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DeSoitza theiredded 9 before a
run-4getting atindly 'G. Carving.
'ton and A. Hewitt took the the
0 scorif to 71 for 4. R., Waterman
twig 12, A: Drakes-9, and W.
, Mike, 7, with the total mounting
to 11,0 rims 'at the fall of the last
wicket.
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Top scorers were G. Carrington
34, and A. Hoivill, 17. Creditable
bowling performances were turn turned
ed turned in by G. Manning 2 ler 37,
J. Clauzel -'3 for 22, and Jimmy
King; who took 5 for 43.
Set the task of winning this
ma.411 to keep their chances in the
Competition alive, the Cragwell
Elevrt commenced' batting con con.
. con. fidenly until at U, J. King, who
11:d twioe..connecW to the leg
sblundary,attempted a third shot,
gni Avas brilliantly caught bY
, Hewitt.
,marked the beginning of
41-- Flub's downfall as wickets
fe-t,2 for 15 3 for 1.5, 4 for 22,
and for 22. C. Smith, scoring freetr-tiv,
and S. "Butch" Hewitt,
bs.."ipg defensively, then enjoyed
R 041 st-v at the wickets, Smith
tot ed aggressively. for 38 nuts
P twine his ivickt.,f, and was
nrincinal scorer followed by
C. "Chato" Collins 10. The re re,
, re, Annicharico
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:AAt Rodman
...11MMY ANNICHARICO
;1148. Rodinan grotinds supervisor,
whoLtook up golf only,two and a
years agoewon in an 18-hole
playoff against BM3 Frank Ellis.
A ,The had tied in regular play witli
' separate 80a.
Annicharico's 71 was the second secondbest
best secondbest round of golf he has ever
Zolnan's par-72 course.
, Val a 73.
ie natty,. 48-yeaf-old New York
,k er rah till short swing and 1011
straight drives bad a 40 on the
front, 9 and a 37 on the hams 9.
attributed his fine round to a
Jtcotdaywith the woods and irons,
Vaelcularly on ,llte back P,
lcharico is inatc2,1-,'' tgainst
, non rey re n la tour tour't
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tiranville Moore 25 14 3 114 a 17", ship team. to tighten up the league, T. Keeler 617 ew time in taking Tivoli for 4
o It is one of the purposes of the R. Novey 606 points who had a bad night. H. JUST ARRIVED' ,
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tournament to bring together' all Team Standings Zest the big gun for Lincoln was
ATLANTIC SIDE
maining wickets fell: 6 for 59, 7 the groups Of US. citliens'Wnrk Won Lost High' Ind: Came high with a big 563, Ken Thomn ThomnSurrey
Surrey ThomnSurrey C.C., led by Chester De- for 6,5, 8 for 67, 9 for 75, and all ing On the Zone for'friendly coin- Kent Cigarettes ; 18 ,-, 2 (Serateh) son the rookie, had his first 510
for 76 as the. Surrey C. C, became netitiop. It is hlt 413Yk 'the 4.":C. Tivoli Travels 14 ; .6 Mc Line 237 of the 'season, T.,Keeler also had 1
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see the season s
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nailed JOTon:44e A-lantke, the 1959 etheth-olons,l, , ,
Student Associatin:liptins0 Of tha, Zenith; TV 13 T' R. Novey' 232 505. R. King was high for Tivoli
Cricket Leagon, Ichampionithip JSchty-16 swidnialriligtt tournament, that'lin eyent'of ;this. POO :,Year Tires 1 9 1 C. Ehremberg
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Sent, in tO batlirst, SUrrey-lost victorious Surrey' grotto': litaited Box." I Blue Star 8 12 (Scratch) The Tire boys nosed out the SEARS Catalog Dept
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Malden Runs Wickets Aver.
3 112 15 ; 7.47
, 3 95 10 930
. 1 142 1.4 10.14
8 116 11 10.55
3 167 14 11.93
1 120 i 10 12.00
224 16 14.00
4' 87 6 14.50
3 142 9 15.7R
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maining wickets fell: 6 for 59, 7
for 6,5, 8 for 67, 9 for 75, and all
for 76 as the, Surrcy, C, C, became
Alt 1959 Oaill:lions.'
4iurreyll switinin(Irtiiks were:
lir Mignott '8-for 19,A 'De Souza
4 for 41, and Vi. 'thicken" Hewitt
2 for 9.-Tollowing the game, ,the
victorious '' Surrey ''' group' ,visited
the homo of a former leant-mato,
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presttifiett"Orldl -44 '1) use& In
the instch. along with ie donation
from the fins plus a contribution
from his club mates.
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Final Club Standings
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Surrey 'V 0 1 3712
Cra men -4 5 2 1 2716
x-Wanderers 2 4 1 1212
Excelsior 2 5 1 12,A1
a-Midland 0 5 2 5
a-One, match abandoned.
Dorothy Head bode
Tennis Exhibition
On Saturday
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An, exhibition tennis. match
winch' was Scheduled for fast WM.
daY1 afternoon but which.was post postponed
poned postponed because Of Jam is now
scmouled Ior Saturday Morning,
May b. The 'mato' win. tale place,
at the Diablo Heights Tennis
Courts aria will begin at 8:45 a.m.
Playing b the match will be
Mrs. Dorotny Head Krim, fourtn fourtnranting
ranting fourtnranting woman tennis player in
the ijmted ,States; and art, Lon Lonnie
nie Lonnie Balt,. former ranting player
who is now on abletfc in.Structor
in the Division SchOols.
Following the 'hetet between the
two woinen players, an,eitinoltion
doubles match will be 'played bY
the women, partnered, by Wilibm'
4Iele. and Webb, Hearne, two well wellknown,
known, wellknown, local players
The match is oeing given under
the auspices, of 'the ,Divasion of
Schools. The invited:
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Alan' g The fairways
CONNiE BISHOP WINS
N. HANDICAP GOLF
TOURNAMENT AT AMADOR
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' Connie Bishop captured the
charpPlotiebt9 ln the Amador
Women's Handicap .Golf ,Tourna ,Tourna'ment
'ment ,Tourna'ment Her victory came after
she played the third and. final
round of match play with with
Helen Owens Helen's los to Con Connie
nie Connie made her the runnerup in
the firit flight of the handicap
tournament and Eve Monteath is
rtmnerup.
The final round of the console consoletion
tion consoletion flight will be played this
week, by P,eari,Trint and Bobbie
,
A luncheon is being planned
for -June 4, at which the prizes
for the Ringer and the Handicap
tournament will be awarded. The
place and 'time will be' announc announced
ed announced later,,
In, last -week's Ladief ,Day
Golf tournament at Amador B. J,
Nelson captured first place in
thefirst flight with, net 85,
Pearl Trim came in second with
a 88, and Jean t ook
third place with a 71.
1Deedea Mannix WOO first place
in the second, flight- wlth a 68.
Foy Fraunenhcint's 72 won see,
ond, place and Eve Monteath
cat'''. in 'third tnIth s 76.
Etbet,'Perent4e vor the low
putt tournament with 29 putts.

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' This year's edition of the, Itmlor
College Invitational Basketball
Tournament will begin this even evening
ing evening -in the Balboa,. Gymnasium,
Teams from all brenches of the
Armed ,Forces, all three teams
from the Interscholastic League
and two independent civilian teams
will take part in the ,tourney.
The Battery ID' 3,17th Field Ar-1
finery team of fort Amador
be the Army entry. ,The Navy,
and it grieves this :old, Swobby's
heart to say? will be represented I
by the Marine Barracks of thel
15th Naval District- The 3100 Sup-1
port Squadron of ttie Aibrook
Fore Base will giVen
beheld of the Air
School champions, the ,,,
Zone Junior College five, end tikeg,
little brothers from Cristobaland
Balboa 'High Schools will. provide
the competition from!-the teen teenager
ager teenager group an the.Balboe Athle Athletie
tie Athletie Club and Atlantic Athletic Club,
will represent the civilian poptila;,
tion from their, respective, and
respetable, sides of the -Isthmus,
The schedule for tho tournament
,
follows:
Thusday-8304snal Zone Ju Junior
nior Junior College vs Marine Barracks,
15th Nava, District
8:00Cristobal 'High Sehoot vs
5700 Support Squadron, Atka
A.F.B.
Friday-8:30 Balboa High
Schobi vs Battery 'DI 51.8th field
Artillery, Ft. Amador
8,:00Balboa Athletic Club, ve
Atlantic Athlefic Club
SaturdayMOWinner of first
game va Winner of second lame
3:00Winner of third. and fourth
games 4
8:00Winner ,Of fifth game vs
winner of sixth .game
Immediately folloWing the final,
game trophies will'be aViarded to
hte championship team, the run-1
ner-up team andld the Outstand Outstanding,
ing, Outstanding, performer. Individual awards
will also be given to the indivi individual
dual individual membere of the champion championship
ship championship feam.
It is one of the purpoaes of the
tournament to bring togethe4d all
the groups Of U.S. wOrk
ing on the Zone foe friendkv cyri cyripetition.
petition. cyripetition. 'It is hlt 413t 'the ,4.", C.,
Student Associatin: isponsoil th'e
tournament, that' eVent'ef this'
nature will be much Mere conduct-'
iv to friendly relations that a
year's subscription to the "Mail
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NEW YORE (UPI,)--It is not at
all surprising, that under James
Joseph Dykes the Detroit Tigers
have come off the floor to win
sepen of the eight games in i
which he has handled the reins.
The Tigers were rated as one of
the class clubs of the American
League even though, they fumbled
awaY 15 of their first 17 gapes,
Day by day they became tighter
than a society doll's shoes and
couldn't win for losing.
The brash, irrespressible Dykes
was just what the doctor ordered,
and vice versa.
Jimmie should Make a real run
ot it with Detroit, First becattse
in the past be alwaYs hag 14een
a hastily summoned substitute to
whom theoecessity to' produce is
no new situation. Second, in
formei shots he has been with
clubs lacking talent to such in
extent that James J. became the
greatest second hand dealer in
baseball.
Gets Meat Prom Little
Dykes has bee:n a baseball
lure since World War I and, over
the years, he has learned of nec necessity
essity necessity the technIque Of getting the
most out of little.
"Ball players ire 'just like
horses,' he is wont to' say. "They
will run for solnejockeys, and
play dead for others. Players are,
temperamental atul little, things
disturb them.'
Thus Dykes treatie each plaYer
differently, coating aad flee fleedling
dling fleedling or bossing' autocratically.
He lays down only two, hard and
fast rules: fle in bed by mid midnight
night midnight and stay in,:sitape to' pla
ball. There are ao frOWPS for an
occasional Schooner ''of Audi as
long as a .man ,behaves.'
Jimmy long ago worked out a.
sounr solution for ,the
light Beanies. Ile has. what he
calls "the Dykes form, letter." It
says:. ,
,"Dear Mrs. Smith: Your bus busband
band busband has taken to staying out
nights past the curfew. I would
appreciate ft very much if you
would find out where he goes and
why, and pass this inforination on
to me. Sincerely Yours,, Jamey J,'
Dykes." ,
Provides Perfeci Amide
11'hii letter than lar 'shown to
"Mr. Smith,', the wayward ball
player, and the night foray come
to a speedy halt when' Dykes ad advises
vises advises him that the missive Will be
sent to hie bitter halt"
"You could break up itly home'
raged one such player,
"Seems fait', Jimmie retort retorttd.
td. retorttd. ',"You're brealdng up the
tesm.' '1
Dykes, brassy. 'cocks; and eter,
oalitv loquacioug,' was the perfect
snticlote for the ligets troubles.
l'he lame to him 4s fun and he
1,vlakes it so for his players. Like
'he time svhen ho was with the
k's and Rilbe Walbnr, 'nvened a
box, for magicians with which 1
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i ,,? PASSENGER COAetitZb- hard-driving bOss, Lisle. lilackboum gets around in a golf cart with by dogs trained 'in the 'open.
directing. spring football practice at Marotiette. The head coach called for transportation Such regulations tan be best ':' 4 '4'
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boss, Lisle Eilackboum gets around In a golf cart
PASSENGER COAektobA hard-deving
directing. spring football practice at Marquette. The head coach called for transportation
after injuring his hip.t.while4dernoristrating, a Jnove.0 Ile is back after coaching pros. 1
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BALBOA MEW.
SUMMER LEAGUE
Week of May 7
'After bowling 4 weeks, the league
moved into the newh it dice p
wkich changes every Mho week.
Thu Is the first time that the
league has used the handicap sys system
tem system which became necessary be because
cause because ,of such a wide range in
averages. Already in the first go
around it has showed a tendency
to tighten up the league,
Team Standings
Won Lost
Kent Cigarettes ; 18 ,2
Travels 14 ; .6
Zenith TV 13 T'
pdod :,Year Tires 1 9 1
Lincoln Lite 10 10
Martin( Vermouth 912 1012
Astra Products I 9 11
Blue Star 8 12
Balboa ,Beer 11.1, 8 12
Cats,:qa .,. Iles4.12H1
Ca,le Duran tr!'' stN 13
Pepsi Cola 8 ,I4P
High Team 3 Games
, (Handicap)
Hillman, Cars , 3143
t. 18 .1 2
14 .6
, 13 T.
1 9 .1
10 10
914 1012
9 11
8 12
V litho Needs A
Vlthen You Sit
,- By JOHN MORRISSEY
NEW YORK (NEA).-0Baseball
fans who sit in the bleach.
ers feel sorry for the poor stiffs
who park in the grandstand
shadows while they loll in the
SUA.
What if the batter looks ihte
his's 18 miles awaay? That's why
they have field gl sses and, be.
sides, they can, tent the players
without a scorecard. And you
can always follow the play by
play via portable radio.
,Since the Giants and Brooklyn
Dodgers moved to California, the
bleachers at Yankee Stadium
have acquired some of their old
followers, but not as many as
one would suspect, ,as attendance
shows. 'Some have been con.
'verted, but many Just come to
ride the Bombers. The faithful
laugh, off their early slump.
Shorty, who sat beet to me,
stani3 about five-feet-three,
doesn't weigh much more than
an undtinked doughnut. He is
60, but looks 40, ,gives, the lin.
preseion that he is lit -"Rh fine
condition becaUse, be cvvent to
the Polo Grounds regularly.
"Since the Giants blew us off,"
'he said, as though he were tak taking,
ing, taking, ,a dose of bitter medicine,
"I've been watching the Yanks.'
Sh'erty pointed out Dr. Jesse
James Gluck, identified him as a
dentist, and explained thati he
'frequently gaye up .11 bossed, to
sit ,with the sun worshippers,
"And Moe Bere the old A AMerican
Merican AMerican League catcher, sits over
there,' he added, poiWM
Sitting as, far back se you can'
without being out of the park was
Murray Kornbluth, who was se
cretary-treasurer of the Section
39 Solarium Club at the Ayoll
Grounds. Kornbluth, who has
been won over to the Yan",,e,
,catuie, hag mom. 'advice tor the
people running bageball.
"New York is missing a good'.
bet by not getting another team."
'he tressed, "There we,' more in
terest when we were a three-team
town. '
, LmoOk,oe, !Ct,g 1,4).
, 'Tethers, breughtrtheir, kids,k to
the' parks, They'd have tin argil.
ther could make a person dim dimpearo
pearo dimpearo t ,
"Bring it out to the ball park.'
roared Jimmy.."We'll use it on
the umpires.'
He'll-gas, t,em,up, es proved by
those seven wins in eight starts.
And it's nice to see him get a
!hot with some 4eel talent at long
last ,t

Martini Vermouth 3130
Zenith Tv 3102
High Team Game
(Handicap)
Cafe Dtiren 1077
Kent Cigarette!' 1056
Lincoln Life 1055
High ind Games
(Scratch)
Mc Lane 621
R. Soyster 621
T. Keeler 617
R. Novey 606
, ; High' in& Came
, (Stretch)
Mc Line 237
R. Novey 232
C. Ehremberg 227
R. Soyster, 227

High Ind' Avaraga
(Scratch)
Ehtemberg 182
-.4 481
K.11. ; 180
R. 'Alvarado 177
R. Soster 175
Ulf 3 Zanith I
Kent nosed out Zenith in a hard
Scorecard
In Bleachers?
OMMftnn
ing about who was the best center
fielder, Mantle, Mays or Snider.
Now the bldP man watches the
4ame on' television.' Kids are los
'big interest;
"A lot of-the Section 39 gang
come here. I'd say 30 per cent
c)f them are anti-Yankee."
'Another membeer of the sunnily
set is Archie 'Bergoffen (when he
isn't at the track trying to, beat
the ponies(.. Archie, who shag shagged
ged shagged flies for Giant players when
lie was a kid, likes the Yanks but
Ile still looks for the scores of
Qiant games.
Ont thing that irritates A,rchie
and the rest of the bleacherites
: the new scoreboard. The
1.Yankees spent 8250,000 for the
licoreboard' but they could have
seaved their moneY it they had
contacted Archie.
"It will tell you that so and so
hit his lad home run here at 28
ininutes after two on a rainy at,
ternoon," he said. "But sittitt
here you can't read it. They
ithould have the numbers and
letters in bright 'colors."
The fairer sex isrepresented in
thesun ,poreh, ,Among them is
'Mrs'? Annette,. Alpert..
' "The only reason I come here,"
she said, "is because there'xx no
place else.to go.
"There's no competition in the
American League. The Yankees
always win.
,
"I've been following baseball
since I was a little girl. My
father used to bring me to the
games. In 1958'1 had a ticket for
a .World Series game. The game
was rained out, so my ticket Was
good totthe next day.
"The trouble was that wag
getting married that day. I didn't
know If I should go or not. I'd be
getting 'married in the evening
so thought I could make the
game."Seme of my friend's didn't
think it.would be right, so I didn't
"I read ahout the Series during
my honeymoon In tutope."'
r 3
UP nola CP bin
,; p aArz,
,
The aPplicat on of Nixederm clears
pimples from the skin. Use Nixoderm
tonight. Ind seo bow youp, skin ha,.
comae clean. cleatand soft. Nixoderrn
is modern treatment that kills
germs and parasites that cause sc.
ma, itching and pimples. Ton will
not get rid of skin tmublee until you
' kill theo germs that ire bidden in the
pores. go get N ittoderm from your
drugglat today to cleotn out pimples
and clear and soothe your skin.

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fought series all the way, 3 to 1.
If Zenith had rooled their last
weeks series, they would have
taken Kent for 4 points easy. Just
goes to show you (If)? Mvarado
was high for Kent with, hot 572,
Ely esti had 522. He le back again
for Zenith had a fine 552, Pope
522 'and DeVeau 519.
Lincoln Life 4 Tivoli Travel 0
The Ilisurance boys had a rather
easy time in taking Tivoli for 4
points who had a bad night. H.
Zcist the big gun for Lincoln was
high with a big 563, Ken Thom Thomson
son Thomson the rookie, had his first 510
of the 'season. T.,Keeler also had
505. R. King was high for Tivoli
with 495.
Good Year Tiros 4 Cafe Duran 0
The Tire boys nosed out the
coffee boys zig,a,,zather,low scor scoridg
idg scoridg match; tor all 4 points. Each
team used 'a blind and eneed a
replacement. J. Burgoon made
the difference by bowling his first.
517 series of the season. Curly had
505. Sutton was high for Duran
with 475.
Bit) Star 4, Martini Varmouth 0
)3y taking all 4 points the dairy
boys moved upfrom the celler to
Rth place in the team standings.
They also used a blind and need
a replacement. Teiada was hiah
with 531, Lickfield had 525. C. Eh Ehremberg
remberg Ehremberg was high for Martini vtith
a fine 555.
Astra 3 Hillman Cars I
Although Hillman beat Astra in
scratch lost by handicap. Hillman
after bowling & hot 2961 series I 1,t
week coiled off and managed to
only take' I point. Bob Toland the
etar for the Hillmar tee,i was high
with a good 549 Mc Le was high
for Astra with a fine oJI.
Balboa Boor 3 Pepsi Cola I
This was by far the best match
of the evening; handicap 1.65 and
164. Balboa Took the first and sec second
ond second game, the Cola boys took the
last, and fought hard for pin fall.
The outstanding star of the match
was B. Halliday.
Halliday came into the league
with ; 141 average, and has noy
built it up to a 160. He was high
for not only Balboa but for both
teams with his first 500 series of
the season, 521. This puts him
away out in front for the most
improved bowler award.
Tony Luttenherger thd work
horse for the team also had 507.
Bruce Hassler team captain for
the Cola boys was high with 510,
the rest of the team were in the
high 400.
At present the league needs 4
replacements and can always use
regular substitutes. H,ere is a
chance for you bowlers to become
a member of one of the most
nopulr leagOes on the CZ. Come
in tonight and sign up with Curly,
league secy.
Catches Sailfish
Science Togged
MIAMI (UPI),,u When Ross Mc
Clure of Dayton, Ohio, hauled in
a sailfish off D?I,ray Beach, Fla..
this season, he learned he had ac
tually recaptured,' fish that was
first caught thtee'years ago only
to be sent back to tea.
What tolkhim thlis was a dart dartshaped
shaped dartshaped tag Which McClure discos,-
ered almost bidden beneath ma marine
rine marine moss and goose barnacla.
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The tag was placed on the salt-
fish as Rart of p program initiated
by the University of Miami's Ma-
rine Laboratory in' 1950.
Th4.purpose vf this project is
to learn about .the movements and
growth'of sailfish. Of all the iish
taggedo only nice have been re-
captured. ',1
McClure's quarry had been tag.
ged off Islamorada, Fla., on P'en.
19, 1959,'when ita weight was es-
timated at 20 pounds and its
length at,,als, and a half feet.
When he tecapttired it, the fish
had grown to a length of seven
feet, one lac, stud weigitud 48
pounds t ''
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GROUNDS FOR TRAINING
SPORTING DOGS
By Joe Mien
Delp leer
Ws had a meeting in our town
the other day to review leash
laws and decide what Atind of le'.
gislation would be logical to keep
oogs under control..
We'll work it out se that own owners
ers owners will be forced to agsuma the
responsibility for their dogs and
keep them from damaging their
neighbor's shrubbery' and wnat wnatever
ever wnatever else certain dogS of 'irrt 'irrtsponsible
sponsible 'irrtsponsible owners hive done. '
The thing that seemed most im important
portant important to sporting dog' oWners
was training grounds. The town
fathers suggested a season during
which even attended dogs could
not run.
This is already taken care of
in about every state' where nebt nebting
ing nebting rearing could be interfered
with by dogs trained in the .open.
Such regulations tan be best
taken care of by the state through
its con earvation depart department,
ment, department, where the personnel are
best equipped to determine the
season for closing the woods and
what sections can best be left open
for training purposes.
It is difficult for the trainer if
there is no training area 'in his
vicinity. Should this be the case
in your locality, the sportsmen in
your area should get together 'lo 'locate
cate 'locate an area where permission
will be granted by the owners and
apply to the state for considera consideration.
tion. consideration.
The local gun chili grounds is
often a logical plaice.
This is because the grounds are
invaded regularily by human acti activity
vity activity and because the trap and

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rates. Phone Balboa 1166.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cattails.
Santa Clara R. de P. Intone Pa Pamama
mama Pamama 3-1177 Cristobal 1-1673.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Professional or
commeriial office on ground floor
Edificio Wrack, corner Aye. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa and Federico Boyd, 82 square
meters, 8125.00. Cell Panama
3-7038.
FOR RENT:Office space in
40"Gloriela Building" on street ad ad'
' ad' joining Panama Hilton Hotel.
Please refer to Foto Ha Icon (next
dor) or call Tel. 3-1179 and 3-
6082.
FOR RENT:Commercial space
corner 37th Street and Just
Arosemena Avenue, call Wo Woollens
ollens Woollens 2-2341.
FOR RENT:-316.80 sonars
meters, suitable for a warehouse
workshop, Wag, S Stmt. bst bstvertu
vertu bstvertu Automobile Road and Fran Frangipani
gipani Frangipani Stroet, close to Auto
Servicio. $235. Phone 2-0481
office hours.
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refrieerador. Call 2-5474, be between
tween between 8:00 to 5:30 p.m.
WANTED:Constnaction lox loxtrician.
trician. loxtrician. U.S. rata, Box 3673,
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Office Cabinet
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Stolen Stamps
DUBLIN May 14 (UPI)--A com.'
patty official reported today that
nearly $200,000 worth of rare
stamps from a million-dollar col collection
lection collection stolen Saturday had been
found in an office filing cabinet.
Paul Singer, managing director
of the Shanahan Stamp Auction
Co. the largest rare stamp deal dealers'in
ers'in dealers'in the world, refused to com comment
ment comment on whether the stamps
merely had been misplaced.
Singer had placed the value of
the missing collection at $1,200,-
000. He said the robbery prob probably
ably probably was the largest of its kind
in history.
The stamps were part of the
Lombardo Venezia collection.
Shortly after the robbery was dis discovered,
covered, discovered, some $14,400 worth was
recovered from a dust bin on a
Dublin dock.
Singer said 2,000 lots were tak taken,
en, taken, or between 10,00 and 20,000
stamps. He estimated it would
take seven or eight suitcases to
hold the stamps.
Mamie Visiting
Denver On Mom's
81st Birthday
DENVER. May 14 (UPI) Mrs.,
Mamie Eisenhoyer arrived in
Denver yesterday to help cele celebrate
brate celebrate her mother's 82st birthday.
Mrs. Eisenhower arrived by
train and went immediately in a
Secret Service limousine to the
Brown Palace Hotel where sile
yill occupy the presidential suite
duTrig her stay.
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er was driven to the home of her
ailing mother, Mrs. Elivera Douri,
at 750 La Fayette Street.
The First Lady was accompa accompanied
nied accompanied on the trip by her personal
maid, Rose Wood. Several
wrapped gifts for Mrs. Doud were
unloaded from the private rail railroad
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rates. Phone Balboa 1166. in now "HISPERIA" Building, 11-11, power 'tiering brakes, pea nanced. 36' sport fishorman, re- excallant modifies. Bldg. 42-D, UrbanIzatiop acmes tho Roman , -4' --
6-1 Street, El Cangreio, with luso radio, boater, white title bilitt 145 Chris Craft motor. less Diablo Re.. phase 2-3110. Amstrads. AN lots with root 1
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a ipt- e .1. Manua Ps. ........6 relnalition. must sell. Shia to shore. auto pilot. ilora FOR SALE: 1-- Leaving Rattan electricity. Cal W. Mclantott.
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Ap'artments I
FOR RENT:--Modern and at attractive
tractive attractive one-bedroom apartments
in new "HISPERIA" Building,
G-1 Street, El Cangreio, with
hot water ctions, laundry
iences, garage, etc. For in information
formation information call Tel. 3-6634.
FOR RENT iCompletely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment with telephone.
One bedroom, living-dining mem.
kitchen, bath, garage, laundry
facilities. See it from 2 to 6 p.m.
46 Street No. 27, apartment 22.
FOR RENT:--Beautiful apart apartment,
ment, apartment, all comfort and screened.
Via hi:oak, house before Mini
Max.
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished
apartment, hot water, garage.
Reasonable price, 30, Ecuador
Avenue, facing British Embassy'.
FOR RENT:-4 room apartment,
private service. Transisthmian
Highway, first entrance left after
Bethania, $40.00. No. 32, call
4-0406.
FOR RENT:--Cool comfortably
furnished 2 bedroom apartment.
Campo Alegre, near Hotel Hil Hilton.
ton. Hilton. Hot water, maid's room,
garage. Phone 3-5024.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment, living-dining room,
balcony. El Cangreio, Esitob lo
Morales Ave. Victoria apart apartments.
ments. apartments. $110.00. Tel. 3-7138.
FOR RENT:--Fumished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, $65.00. Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, suitable for two couples,
$80.00. Apply janitor, No. TT TT132
132 TT132 Fourth of July A eeeee et
phone Hopkins, Balboa 2966.
FOR RENT:Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, exclusive Army personnel
dwelling,. convenient location,
modern building. Automobile
Row No. 36.
Boots & Motors
FOR SALE: ----' Landing barge,
LCM6 with 2 gray marina diesel
motors 225 HP hulliand motors
in perfect conditiot Apply
Wok Ageni los. Telephone Pon Ponana
ana Ponana 3-3397 or 1.7259 or 11a1-
boa 3719.
FOR SALC-15 loot fiber gloat
boat, 47 h.p. mark 58 AI motor.
Champion trailer, all accossorios,
51400.00. no: 83-3744.
Help Wanted
WANTED:Nursomaid with
parlance. Sleep in. Apply at Pro Product.
duct. Product. Superior's, (in front of
Casa Admirable), Contra! Aye AyeMIL
MIL AyeMIL LEGA:. NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
United States District Court For The
District of The Canal Zone
Division of Cristbal
Wanda L. Francis, Plaintiff vs. Don Donald
ald Donald J. Francis. Defendant. Summons
Case No. 2294 Civil Dinket 10 Action
for Divorce.
To the above-named defendant:
You are hereby required to appear
and snswer the complaint filed in the
above entitled action within ninety
days after the last publication.
In case of your failure to so appear
and answer, judgment will be taken
against you by default for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe, Jt.dge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, this 30th day of April, 1959.
Sara de la Pefia
Clerk
(Seal)
BYfDavid M. Jenkim
Deputy Clerk
To Donald J. Francis
The foregoing summons is served
upon you by publication pursuant to
the order of the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe. Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, dated April 30, 1959, and enter entered
ed entered and filed in this actiort In the of office
fice office of the Clerk of said United States
District Court for the Division of Cris Cristbal,
tbal, Cristbal, on April 30, 1959.
Sara de im Petia
Clerk
BysDavid M. Jenkins
Deputy Clerk
this section Ads only cost
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Government Employes
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Finance Your New Or
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LOW RATES CP TO 36 Mo.
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No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
ll Types a Auto Insurance
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2Sth Street & Junto Aronemena
Avenue. ituilding First National
city Bonk of New York (branch)
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announces its now telephone
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FOR SALE: 1951 Silver Ism
Chevrolet Impala, sport cemm,
V-11, power steering brakes. Deo
luxe radio, heater, white tido
walls, undercoated 12000 miles,
excellent condition, mug sell,
new $3,415.00 say price.' ,S2,
550.00. Call 011-460 Ft. Gulick.
FOR SALE :--1951 Nash sada,.
clean $250.00. Phone 2-4341.
Leaving for States.. Will surf.
fice 1953 -olio Buick Sup Super,
er, Super, Dynaflow. radio, heater. good
tires, price $250.00 Call 111-
3162 S-4 p.m.,er 111-221 after
5 p.m.
FOR SALE:-1952 Chevrolet, 4
door, automatic, excellent con condition,
dition, condition, new paint, dull' Paid
leaving for States. 5395.00
Phone Balboa 2-2450.
FOR SALL--1956 Plymouth 4-
door sedan, 6 cyl. standard shift
wgood tiros. Call Gatun 5-490
or Qtrs. 236-B, Sibert St. Gatun
S1100.00.
FOR SALE:--leaving the coun country.
try. country. Ford 1953, Mercarry turnpike
crueie r. liyingroom, bedroom,
Beauty Rest mattress, bar. Sim Simmons
mons Simmons couch, stove,' refrigerator.
freezer. Tel 3-3489, 44th St.
No. 37 Apt. E.
FOR SALE:--Sunbeam Alpine,
spot cart in fine condition. For
information call 3-1141 between
9 and 5 p.m. and after 5 P.m
3-3069.
FOR SALE:.1958 Chevy lot,
two door, radio, whits side walla,
duty paid 5,000 miles, call S S7435.
7435. S7435. FOR P112:--1953 2-door Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet 3600.00. ,excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, papers to prove it. Building
7019 Mt. Hope. Tel. 3-2470.
FOR SALE:-1929, Model A
Ford Coupe. $150.00 et ex-,
change for bigger economical car.
Telephones: 2-4924 or 3-6376,
Panama.
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SERVICES
TELEVISION SERVICIA
TV, Radii's, Nipti tralinatere
specialist. We service all makes
and models. We don't pretend to
guarantee our work. We guar guarantee
antee guarantee it.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, Tivoli
Ave.. 18-20. Tel. 2-1905.
Having hook!' with your TV,
HI-FI, or Radio? Call U.S. TELE-,
VISION Customer's satisfaction
Workmanship guarranteed. Fast
Home Service. Phone 3-7607
Panama. 9 cm. to 10 p.m.
Protect your home and proper property
ty property against insect da mai e.
Prompt scientific troatment on
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
LEGAL NOTICE
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
District of Canal Zone
in Admiralty No. 4837 Jose Arany.
Libellant vs. MV Beverly Lynn.
Whereas, on the eleventh day of May,
1959 Jose Arany Wed a rem libel in
the District Court of the United States
for the Balboa District of Canal Zone
against the Motor Vessel Beverly Lynn
her boats, tackle, apparel and furni furniture,
ture, furniture, in a cause of wages Civil and
Maritime.
And whereas. by virtue of process in
due form of law. to me directed, re returnable
turnable returnable on the 3rd day of June. 1959.
I have seized and taken the said Motor
Vessel Beverly Lynn and have her in
my custody.
Notice is hereby given. that District
Court will be held in the United States
Court Room, in the City of Balboa, Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone.
On the 3rd day of June, 1959 for the
trial of said premises, and the owner
or owners, and all persons who may
have or claim any interest. are hereby
cited to be and appear at the time and
niace aforesaid, to show cause, if any
they have. why a final decree should
not pass as prayed.
Joseph Kincaid
U.S. Marshal.
De Castm & Roblesn
Proctors for Libellant.
Guide
$0.85 per col. inch
- 0740
American Life
Insurance Company
MILITARY PERSONNEL
For similar basic low NSLI
rates charged by the govern government
ment government during W. W.
Phone anytime Panama
4-0430
SKINS GET TONIFF
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Washington Redskins have ac
quired tackle Bob loneff from
the San Francisco Forty-Niners
for i high 1960 draft choice. To Toneff,
neff, Toneff, a defensive lineman, is a
former Notre Dame star.
BOOTS FOUR WINNRS
BOSTON (HPI) Phil Grimm
booted home four winners at Suf Suffolk
folk Suffolk Downs Tuesday. Grimm, One
of the leading jockeys on the Nen
England racing circuit, won yith
ea Venture, Nile Melody. Whirl
Bust and Ronald J.

BOSTON (UPI) Phil Grimm
booted home four winners at Suf Suffolk
folk Suffolk Downs Tuesday. Grimm, One
of the leading jockeys on the New
England racing circuit, won yith
,,,Sea Venture, Nile Melody. Whirl
',Bust and Ronald J.
,
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Till 'PANAMA' AMERICAN

Clsilfied
I' I
FOR SAL11:'57 Ilukk Special,
like now, alroztras.- tan he fi financed.
nanced. financed. 36' sport fishorman, re rebUilt
bUilt rebUilt 145 Chris Craft motor. less
than 200 hrs. hydraulic controls.
Ship to shore. auto pilot. sl000
frees. Can Balboa 2967.
FOR SALE;--Ono Cd;111ille trans transmitter
mitter transmitter Model 32V-1 ami one
Collins Receivor Model 75A1 in
porlect operating condition. Call
Rail G. de Ponds, Panama 2-
0600, during Hies ours; et 3-
3074 after 6:00 p.m.
-FOR SALE:Automatie washing
machine, now 60 cycle unit.
Good condition. $85.00. Tol. 1-
3118.
FOR SALE--Spinot piano 6300
' task 5748 Walker Am Diablo
Haight& 2-1615.
FOR SALE:--Westingheuso
co. ft. homier. inside too. Ilfivt
omit motor and control switch and
defrister, recently maimed. IP-
Med $150.00 Cali after 5 odic
6-363,
FOR SALE;----Complete machina
shop, large lathe srattachments,
drill gross; chyle saw, band saw,
welding. gutting squipment
witanks, arbor press. Lot of ma machine
chine machine and wood working tools.
Phone Balboa 3147.
FOR SALLTwo large ceramic
baking ovens with table. Standard
size pin ball machine. 712-D
Balboa, Tel.,1294.
.
Boyd Brothers Ino. Panama Tours
Otters
SHOPPIRS EXCURSION!!
to
MIAMI 5 DAYS 4 NIGHTS
$138.70 all expenso!!! PAA
and Miami Colonial Hotel.
FOR SALE:Child's aril, with
mattress, matching dressar, Built BuiltRite
Rite BuiltRite carriage, exceihmt condi condition.
tion. condition. 3-3886.
Special Offers
1
WANTED:Two bilingual se secretaries.
cretaries. secretaries. Shorthand and cor correspondence
respondence correspondence needed. Experience.
Salary $150.00 to $175.00.---
SELECCION DI PERSONAL. In
Paikarts Building in front of
Lottery Building. Tei,, 2473
and 2-04541
e ekw ekwWANTED:Setrotary
WANTED:Setrotary ekwWANTED:Setrotary with good
knowledge of English. State
mime. References. foto. Mail Box
3135. Panama.
State Paychecks
Still Held rUp For
Lack Of Funds
LANSING, Mich. (I.JPI)--Michlgan
appeared ready today to re release
lease release more than five million dol dollars
lars dollars in overdue paychecks, but
the cash battle was far from won.
Skipped payrolls could be met
within hours if the Senate and
Gov. G. Mennen Williams go
along with amendments made
Tuesday when the House passed
a Senatie-approved bill releasing
certain restricted hinds. Agre Agrem,ent
m,ent Agrem,ent was expected.
The 27,000 impounded pay
checks, all made out and ready
to deliver, were stacked in Audi Auditor
tor Auditor Frank Szymanski's office.
The House voted 87-15 to pass
the measure that gives the treas treasurer
urer treasurer enough flexibility to juggle
money from earmarked sources
into the nearly depleted general
fund.
Democrats unveiled a new tax
package Tuesday, linked to a flat
rate income tax, but Republicans
insisted on another try at pass passage
age passage of a one-cent hike in the sales
tax.

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JUNIOR Maly 19 May 24
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Weekly sailings of twdve passenger ships to New
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and Seattle

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INDEPZNDrNT DAILY nwsruzz :

Ads
ko-me Articles
FOR SALIE:, ea. ft.-Viostinphaus
refrigerator, all parcelain,
excallant eondition. Bldg. 42-D,
Diablo Ito.. pheno 2-3110.
FOR SALE: ,--- Loosing Rattan
living room. 11 strand $25000.
like new. bodreem sot $175.00.
Magic Chef stove $6500 studio studiocoach,'
coach,' studiocoach,' Simmons hod $50.00.
Cuba Ass. ani 25th Strut No.
5-16 apartment 201.-
FOR SAL14--HI-K comet Woe.
Also two canary gates wirb
stands. Can Balboa Mt
FOR SALL-12 cu. ft. G. E.
deep fraoso 5150.00. lattice
work for oarport. Large mating
fans. 50 gal. aquarium. Call 16-
:7132.
FOR SALLBendix actematic
washer. 15152 Mercury, babics
crib. Plum Coco Selo 492.
?OR houpolsold
foes. 0260-C Gamilm. 61sene
6-167.
FOR SAILE:Nice dining set
complete $150.00, air condi conditioner
tioner conditioner 14. S150.00. Telephone
3-6791.
FOR SALLRecords, upholster upholstered
ed upholstered chair, marble-toppOd table,
chairs, benches, curtain rods,
kitchen utensils, ironing board.
Phone Balboa 1309. 943I-L
Frangipani.
FOR SALE:--Bambu living room
so. blonde nsahogany, twin bed
set, Frigidaire, all porcelain auto automatic
matic automatic washar and other household
articles. Avenida Josi G. Duque,
La Cresta No. 21.
Madden Lake Camp
Christawars te Ibt
A special committe that is
acreening names suggested for the
new, Boy Scout camp at Mad Madden
den Madden take will hold its first Jet.
sion tomorrow. 4
4 .40
Lt. Gov. John D. McElhen of
the Canal Zone, chairman of the
committee, has called the session
to make its first screening of the
more than 50 names that have
been recommended by Scouters
and the general public.
Suggested names are still being
sought by the committee and any anyone
one anyone who thinks he or she has
an appropriate name is urged to
either tcrn it over his Scout uait
leader or mail it derectly to the
Scout Council Office, Drawer D.
Balboa.
d to
Gen. George F. Sch latter, pre president
sident president of the Canal Zone Boy
Scout Council, in naming the com committee
mittee committee charged it with the
responsibility of making a re recommendation
commendation recommendation to the Countil's
Executive Board.
In addition to the names that
have been previously published,
others that have been submit submitted
ted submitted to the Scout office include:
Scoutlandia, Exploranda, arcen
Mansions, Ma-La BA (Madden
Lake, Boy Scouts of America),
Biemon-Eisenhower, Choco-cuna,
Nele Caritule, Uraca, Sayan,
Irapaquina, Biqua,
Also, Bushmaster, Teddy Roose
velt, Ace, Cross Roads, Water
Wheels, Campestre, El Dorado,
and Pan American.
Sails Arrives
, Cristobal
Sails Arrives
Cristobal

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Ads
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cloodnod rag' elmeollt211,
P.M Mon. M.111., 11 a.m.
"Sat -2 p.m. Sat.' tor Suart
Moo open 1-2 neekdays4
MiONIMINUNIUWIMM
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!';Iteol Estciti
FOR SALIk..-Lets SOO and .000
wins. la the Nuevo Hip84renlo
Urbanizatio across tits Roman
Racetrack. AN lets with street
knots. sewage. woos male an4
electricity. Cal W. FAclareett.
Tol 4.0976.
FOR--SALItve-Lot 1,068 square k
meters in the best location of
La Create, situated between "V"'
Street and now street. For 'infor 'information
mation 'information pleas' call 'Tel. 1-2170
from 8 a.m. to 12 noon and from
2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
- 1
FOR SALC-44 acres clean title
7 miles from Balboa. All binds
of citrus, ,eoffeo, lots af weir,
rood througfiff,O.Z. Suitable for
chickens; no mosquitos. Soo Mrs.
, Taylor, 18-18 Central
Avenue, third floor. Aftor COO
P.M.
FOR 3.6.11:Comfortalste coun country
try country home completely furnisiscd;
4735 sa. meters of land; octal octallent
lent octallent water and Koh lot 2 K. &so &softie
ftie &softie plantt new rafrigerator etc.,
at Gamma Bosch, 50 Wks from
Panama City; $3,000.00. Can ID
inspected very Sunday, ask for
owner, Mr. Akers, or call tali taliphones:
phones: taliphones: 2-4924 or 3-6376 Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. Wonted to Buy I
WANTED TO BUYI-2 or 1
home, power gasoline sniping, to
run well pump. Box 189, Diablo, :
Canal Zone.
Perspnals
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
Me. Albert Williams Powell of
Collo 8 and Central Avinue
8103 Colon. supposedly working
as shop frogman Terminals Divi Division;
sion; Division; please get in touch with
credit department of Casa Admi Admirable.
rable. Admirable. f
eMdIMIM.,..in
The internationaly famous Bra Brazilian
zilian Brazilian author,. Gilberto Freyre, nes
described his native country, Its
history and growth, in -New
World,. la the Tropics," ono of 'the
new books added to the' Canal
Zone 1413rery during the past
week.' t
The' ,book begins, with Brazil's
historic ,and ethnic background.
kie then examines its cultural
unity, and regional diversity, its
social conditions, its modern as-'
pects, linC many other facets of
Brazilian life and history.
The author has been visiting
professor at many leading ttni ttniversities
versities ttniversities of the United States, En England,
gland, England, France, Portugal, and
India. His new book on Brazil
was written in Engltsh and, there therefore,
fore, therefore, loses none of its flavor by
translation.
The complete list of new books
placed in circulation this week
by the Library follows:
NON-FICTION: Baseball, Indivi Individual
dual Individual Play ind Team Strategy,
Coombs; New World in the Tro Tropics,
pics, Tropics, Freyre; The Crossing of fin.
tarctica, Fuchs; Men of Science
in America,. Jaffe; Seamarks
Bilingual Edition, Leger; The
Two Gernianies, McClellen; Col Collision
lision Collision Course: The Andrea Doria
and the Stockholm, Moscow: The
Ney Cambridge Modern History,
Volume 2, The Reformation, 1520-
'559; The Gold of Troy, Payne;1
The Wine and Food Menu Book,
SiM011; East to West, A Journey
Round 'the. World, Toynbee; The
Near East, Yale; and The Japanese
Art of Miniature Trees and
Landscapes, Yoshimura.
FICTION: Spinster, a Novel,
Ashton-Warner; Oaisis -,Nine,
Four Shed Novels, Canning; The
Big Gamble, Coxe; Not in Soli Solitude,
tude, Solitude, Gents; Venetia, Heyer;
Walk With Peril,' Jackson; Me
Secret Ways, McLean; Fandango
Rock, Masters; Spotted Hemlock,
Justice of the Heart, Robertson;
and The Narrow Lyre, Warlike.
LEGAL NOTICE
limited States District Court Far The
Dietrict Alf ,The Canal Bons
, Balboa Division
In the matter of the Wet cit Bride
Z. Phelps. Deceased. No. 9532. Probate.
Notice of Time Set For ProvintalroVM
And Nearing Application For,
NOTICE is hereby given that yeti.
tion for the probate of the will be
Bride 12.' Phelps, deceased; and for the
issuance of letters of administration
with the will annexed to Mainert J.
Peterson was filed in this Court. on May
13, 1059,, and that June '44 ;059 at 0
o'clock a.m., in the Courtniom of the
'Court at Ancon, 'Canal Zone, has been
set for the hearing of. said petition,
when and Where any person Interred Interreded
ed Interreded may appear and contest, the same,
end show cause, if say, why said peti petition
tion petition should not 'be granted.
Dated it Anent, Conti Sens. Otis
1May 13. 1950.
Sire lo Petit
Clerk of Court ,
(Seidl
ty Marion D. Bowen
' Deputy Clerk of Court

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1,066 minas,
it location of ;
rthetialwF...2:11-421:fera.;117'0''
soon end from
-
ores clean title t
loot All kinds
lots af wator,
Suitable for
iitos. Soo Mrs. :
8-18 Central
Aftor COO
,
fortable soun sounIv
Iv sounIv furnishid;
If land; outsi outsider
der outsider 2 K. lee leeFrigerater
Frigerater leeFrigerater ote.,
50 Wks from
100.00. Can bo
inday, ask for
o, or call take taker
r taker 3-6376 Pan Panto
to Panto Buy
,
or 3
line imagine, to
as 189, Diablo,
n a 1 s
aolONYMOUS
' DIABLO
iTOBAL, C.Z.
!OA 3709
snot Powell of
ontral Avenue
losedly working
Terminals Divi Diviin
in Diviin touch with
of Casa Ami

fioligewil

Worl
er
the
la Bra- last
're, MIS MI
try, its Am(
"New et's
1 of 'the tont
Canal mus
past ban
Brazil's noth
ground. pra3
cultural ever
ity, its er t
!rn as-' B(
cets or age
70.
visiting Stor
ig uni- Nem
Les, En- jazz
, and fune
Brazil geill
I, there- Hi
'or by Arn
City
v books ing
week Nee
sigh
Indivi such
'trategy, 1946
le Tro- H'
et An. ies
Science grel
larks in,Igt
; The "II
n; Col Cole
e Cole DMA
Ivr. The
History, IQ
In, 1520-
Pa yne ;
u Book, T

11 17 11111vw"1, 1 label Ott the Datning suit. Inere I
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! 4

41 you'pleasa explain' a-'
bout state bonds which are- tax
free? Im In higher income tax
bracket now and it doesn't seem
to be worth the risk to buy stock.
A. There is a whole class of
bond; issued by states cities;
highway, bridge,and tunnel u uthorities,
thorities, uthorities, etc, which liay taktree
interest. ,
You cam get tali tree Yieldif of
3 3-4, four and evea 4 1-2 per
cent from good to fair 'quality is issues
sues issues in this field. If you are in
the 50 per cent, tax bracket, for
example, these yields are the
equivalent of -T, 1-2, eight. azd
nine per cent from taxable seca.
rities.
A few words of caution:
Don't let the phrase "income
taxes" frighten you out of hold holding
ing holding good taxable securities. 1
get a lot of letters from frighten--
ed itivestons.who actually have no
tax problem at all but have
listened to too many' tax com complainers.
plainers. complainers. Secondly, you must realize that
if money rates continue to rise,1
the price of these bonds will go
down since their interest is
fixed.
Better talk your problem over
with an' experienced broker be before
fore before you act. Tax-exempts are
a highly specialized market.
Q. 'Would you Ilefids me nine in information
formation information about depositing
money abroad as a hedge against
inflation?
A. While I don't think this Ad Administration's
ministration's Administration's money manage management
ment management is anything to boast a about,
bout, about, I would still prefer to
keep money at home than, to
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PARIS Ira,' AUTII----8Vitle3'
Ittchet,-Ithe,No Orloans4orn
gro Whose 'sweet tind2hot
phone-helped develop jazz as an
art,lay ilear death from cancer
today In' the Paris he loved and
once 'called l'heaven with side sidewalk
walk sidewalk 'cafes.'
1 Friends said Becket, who left a
storied 30-year career in the Unit United
ed United States to live in Franco after
World War II, was growing weak weaker
er weaker from cancer of tho throat and
the stomach which struck him
last Christmas.
Mezz Mezzrow, another veteran
American jazman who was Bech Bechet's
et's Bechet's best friend in Paris, led a
contingent of American Negro
musicians to his home in subur suburban
ban suburban Garchet
"The doctora have said there's
nothing we can do for him but
pray, and I'm afraid it's to() late
eved for that,' Mezzrow said aft after
er after the visit.
er the visit.
Bechet is secretiVe about his
age but is believed too be around
70. He grew up ill -brawling
Storyville, the 4azz quarter of
Nev, Orleant, 'at a time when
jazz was developing from Negrp
funerat and spiritual music to a
genuine art form.
He played with Louis (Satchmo)
Armstrong in bands in Kansas
City and New York before form forming
ing forming his own combos in and around
New Orleans. He 'dropped out of
sight during World War II but
suddenly reappared in Paris In
1946 and began a new career.
, He was an immediate hit with
the French and soon his jazz
grouP et the Vieux Colombier
night club became a major attrac attraction
tion attraction in Paris.
uot'e Unquote
,
LAS VEGAS, Nev. Eddie
Fisher, anxious to keep secret his
statements at a hearing that led
to his divorce from Debbie Rey Reynolds:
nolds: Reynolds: , -1-"" '
"Are you sure there is 'no wtY
that what I say will ever be found
out?' -;
CHARLESTON, W. Va.Wayne
Lockhart; 25,-of Pittsburgh, one of
41 survivors of a Capital Airlines
plane crash that- killed, two per persons:
sons: persons: '-,
"I consider rnYself yell lucky."
FORT ,P1LLOW, Tenn.Hubert
Neymant one of two guards hold
hostage by rioting convicts at a
prison farm for nearly 14 hours,
hugging hig sobbing wife and two
daughters :
"It's 411 right babies, it's over
now."
,
WASHINGTON '--- Dr., John R.
Ileller,(, director Of the National
Cancer ,Institute,, on cancer vic victims:
tims: victims: "With tho too' Is we have it is
impossible, we belleve, to gave
one out 'Of 'two,- lvti Can AP&
perfectly everything We know.
, MIAMI BEACH Labdi Secre-
tiry Iames P, Mitchell, to the In International
ternational International Ladies Garment Work Workers
ers Workers convention:.
"Looking out -my hotel window
at the beach, ',wondered where
you'are going to put. the union
label on the bathing suit. There
doesn't aeemto bo yoom
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TYKITZSDAY, MAY' 14; flits

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. ut II
truseit to the vagarina el foreigt,
governments.
Many foreign banks have
branch offices here. You ean sr.-, 1
range through them for depositi
abroad. ,,

Q. I Would like to invest $5,006
to $8,000 to provide more income oty
for my parents and yet have I
security of principal. I would
like to start a program of regular IF
investments -in growth stocks for,
myself. I notice most --mutuarfunds
'charge ,.about eight 'per- !Ili
cent, but some have no charge,
Whatota the'difference? In buy buying
ing buying a ;mutual fund is there any,
difference between buying troln
a part-time salesman or from a
broker? 1

1r,
A. You eaa get about 4 I I t
per cent on this money wink i'
relatively, high safety. I an send'' '6 i i
i
ing you a list 'of good grade com.
mon stocks. Of course, if the
stock' is in our name you win
have to add the dividends te
Your own income. A lawyer may
have 'some ideas about how to re. i
gister the stock so that dividends
would be paid directly to your
parents.
There ha's been endless debate c.
on the relative attractiveness el ,t
mutual funds which charge corn t
missions and those which don't, 111
I think the value of the individual
fund and the question of whethetpol
it suits your needs ire far 1
more important than the tom- 1
'mission-factor.
A purchase from either' broker
1
or part-time salesman is van&
Of course the broker is far more
likely to be selling more than one
fund and therefore, it would il,
seem to me, you would have a i
better chance of getting the t
fund which suits you best. e
But no matter where or. how ),
you buy a mutual fund, keep MAO
fact in mind: Ahere is never any., I
rik, Next month will be just ail I
good' le time, to' "tart as this, Tako
your trtime, by sure you unft
derstand exactly what you are
buying, exactly hat sort of sow ,
tract you resigning. i
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WALL S'rREET &mover
NEW yoRic (UPI) Since We',
continues to be a market of alter.
luting sunlight and shadow, it is
equally. wrong to adopt too bear bearish
ish bearish a position, as it is to SUMS
a too bullish one, or vie versa,'
fays Htyden, Stone and Ci.
The likelihood of a temporaty
setback in the stock market has
increased recently, though the t
long term prospect is still for 4'
somewhat higher levels, according
to United Business Service.
'Westinghouse Air Brake ner
profit may exceed 82.50 a Share
this year, against $2.10 in 195,
Hornblower and Weeks estimates.
Armstrong Cork can be expect expected
ed expected to increase its total dividend k
Payment should earnings continue
the excellent progress of the first
,
quarter, says Investors Advisory'
Institute.
E. F. Hutton and Co. says Caro Carolina
lina Carolina Power and Light could in. lit
crease its dividend in the near
future in view of the favorable ono
nings trend.
Dynamics Corp. of America
could attain an annual rate of 85
to 90 cents share, assuming fult
conversion of the preference stock
and normal taxes and 1960 earn earnings
ings earnings should be well above thiS t
level, says fra Haupt and Co.

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W' ASIVCIPPON (UPI) ....' T h e 1
Federal Reserve toard, seriously
tonterned, ever,. steek Inerket 'fiL
speculation; ', today im poi isd, ')
tighter rules on the' trading el '''
Stocks previously 'purchased,,, on
credit. The new regulations', ars
effective Jtine 15. ''',.'' -14 la
The nevi rule will apply to- in,','. ii,
ventors' 'margin accounts which; '4"
become "restlicted" either bei ''',
cause the margin mequirement 1,1
was raised atter the purchase ef !,
the stock on tredit or because the 1
il
market value .of the eecutity felt.
below the erighval purchase ,ericei
Under the DM! rule,' a r--nsres.,1':"I'
tor selling securities in a restritt.;1
ed account- may- use not 'Anoreilo,I
thee 50 per cent 2of tbe proceeds
ki buy other srocks. Under, thelt
present rule, visitors may, ltse li',
up to 90 per tent of the proceeds4,
for the purchase of other,securd,t
ities.', 4 ', s14-;,,,,. ,,,',-'
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In a major concession to ohiee.'',?
tions of brokers and investors, the
board exempted, from ,the inew,!
rule restricted raeeo it il t'' stock ''
switches on' the same day,, The4)
preseM 90 yer cent limitation will,:
apply for 'same day" tradingo, .0
In a n et b e r coneession, ,, the,
board decided to permit the, use,
of stocks as cellaterat 'for' more ''
than one loan under "etnergency'".
conditions. It was understeod the',
.
board had. in mind persons deed'''
ing cash to pay unexpected wied,',
lest' bills or to meet slione moo 1
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GENEVA, May 14 (UP1)---US Secretary of State Ch'istian Herter today handed Russia a dramatic Western of ofler
ler ofler to trade global troop cuts for quick restoration of all Germany's freedom, starting with Berlin first.
Herter, leading for ithe West delivered a comprehensive "Western peace plan" providing for reunification of Ger Gerintiny
intiny Gerintiny in four stages.
It would take effect over 21 years and the United States would join Russia in. a drastic cut of armed forces along
the Ntay.
Both East and West Berlin, said Herter, should be given free elections first"as a first step" towards reunifica reunificaikon
ikon reunificaikon of the two Germanys.
But Westren troops would remain in West Berlin until the last stage of the Herter plan, which Is final peace
treaty with a freely-elected all-German government.
, If Russia did nOt stall overlong, Germany thus could become free and united by the end of 1961.
The Wistern foreign ministers led by Herter offered Soviet foreign minister Andrei Gromyko three major con confij;ssions
fij;ssions confij;ssions in return: big power and troop cuts, guarantees against surprise attacks in,Central Europe and thinning
Mit of forces on both sides of the Iron Curtain. All three were demands previously made by Russia.

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ment. retirement. Facile will act as chief of staff
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sor. successor. A veteran of nearly 19 years'
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for operations for the last 22
months.
oneration duties have been
assumed by Capt. Eugene T. B.
Sullivan, district shipping secu secu'iity
'iity secu'iity officer.
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die Purdie graduated from St. John's
College at Annapolis, with a de degree
gree degree in foreign languages before
entering the Navy. Early in
his 'career he 'taught languages
at the Naval Aciademy.

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The Herter plan, first historic
document sponsored by the new
secretary of state, was prepared
for introduction at today's session
of the Big Four East-West confer
ence it no Soviet roadblock was
thrown into the proceedings.
Gromyko, commenting yester yesterday
day yesterday on advance leaks concerning
the Western package, declared he
would reject "intentions to muddle
together various political probiems
into one tangle.'
Gromyko said "such an ap approach.
proach. approach. mould amount to a com complete
plete complete blocking of our work."
He was expected to follow that
up with formal refection wben
the Western blueprint, already
drawn up in full detail and printed
in Russian, was laid before him.
,it would be an embarrassing
rejection because the provisions
for troop cuts, European secur security
ity security and partial "disengage "disengagemint"
mint" "disengagemint" in central Europe stem stemmed
med stemmed from demands made by So Soviet
viet Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchav
when he proposed Summit meet meetings
ings meetings in 1955.
If all went well the United States
and Russia would cut back to 1,-
700,000 troops each by the end of
th,e four Atagesvi the Herter plan.
The plan cans' for German reu reunification
nification reunification within 30 months after
full agreenient is reached.
Here in detail is the plan as
described in a document prepared
for mass distribution around the
world by the United States:
The Western scheme is divided
Into two sections, political and se security.,
curity., security.,
On the political side, German

Segregated Virginia
Seahng taws Hit
in US Court Suit

RICHMOND, Va., May 14 --
(1TPI)-- Virginia's rigid segregat segregated
ed segregated seating laws for such places
as auditoriums and theaters came
under new attack today in a fe
deral court suit filed by white
minister and throe Negroes in
Norfolk.
Gov. S. 'Lindsay ..Alinond; Nor Norfolk
folk Norfolk Mayor W. Fred Duckworth
and other Norfolk city officials
'were named defendants late yes yesterday
terday yesterday by the four men who claim
ed their constitutional rights were
violated when they were told they
could not sit together at a basket basketball
ball basketball game last Dec. 5.
The Rev. Williarn B. Abbott,
white pastor of Norfolk's Oakdale
Presbyterian Church, later an announced
nounced announced he should not be listed
a plaintiff although his name was
on the suit.
Abbot said he was "sympathe "sympathetic"
tic" "sympathetic" to the challenge and was rea ready
dy ready to appear at the trial if called.
Negroes Harry A. Reid, Gerraud
D. Henley and George Ricks were
listed as the other pfaintiffs.
It was understood they .might
also challenge the validity of se
Igregated seating in restaurants.
I There have been numerous court
challenges of the Virginia segre
gated seating laws,. but none re resuited
suited resuited in clearcut rulings..

Cussin' Texas Mayor
Swept From Office
After 4-Year Reign

GALVESTON, Tex. flIPI)--This
Gulf Coast sin city shook itself
loose from the four-year reign of
colorful cussin' Mayor George
Roy Clough today and demanded
a new type of city govertutent.
Former. Mayor Hebert Y. Cart Cartwright
wright Cartwright Jr., was swept back into
office by vo,ers who flocked to
the polls imArecord numbers and
gave o n cir e t e disapproval to
Clough's policy of "clean but
open" bars and brothels.
Cartwright, who served for
eight years before Clough beat
him with .lits "clean but open"
policy. had a rough time beating
Charles F. Ott. a political new newcomer
comer newcomer who owns a monument
works.
Complete unofficial returns to today
day today gave Cartwright 5,655; Ott
4.988; Clough 2,553 and Andrew Z.
Baker, the fourth candidate, 1,032.
Clough, frequently criticized for
his language in public, added
spice to the race for mayor last
week when hel,lhad 3001 Kirkpst Kirkpstrick,
rick, Kirkpstrick, dithrestott bureau chief for
the Houston Chronicle. jailed Ind
charged with disturhinz the petite
af,,tr an interview in the mayor's
office that developed into swap swaping
ing swaping of "lie" charges.

Rep. Moss Blasts
Launching Of Atlas
As Publicity Runt

unification is to be achieved by
these steps:
1. The reunificatibn of Berlin
through free elections in both the
Western and the Soviet sectors.
2. The creation of an all-German
commission, to consist of 25
West German and 10 East Ger
man delegates nominated, by their
respective governments. The com
mission is to take decisions by a
three-quarter majority, that is,
by a vote of at least 26 of its
members.
The commission is to make pro.
posals for increasing technical con contacts
tacts contacts between West and East Ger Germany,
many, Germany, and is to prepare an
German electoral law. Me draft
electoral law is to be submitted
to a public referendum thorugh thorughout
out thorughout the two halves of Germany

WASHINGTON (UPI) Re13
John E. Moss (D-Calif.) says the
launching of America's Atlas sat satellite
ellite satellite hst December was a pub publicity
licity publicity stunt.
,Hand ling of information about
the shoot, he said, apparently was
"in charge of a group of Key Keystone
stone Keystone Kops."
Moss made the Charge yesterday
at an Aviation Writers Assn. free freedom
dom freedom off information symposium.
He said his House Government
Information Subcommittee WaS
investigating "the full story on
the handling of information about
the satellite". launched last Dec.
18.
Moss joined J. Russell Wiggins,
vice president and executive edi editor
tor editor of the Washington Post and
Times Herald, in condemning
what they callA increasing re restrictions
strictions restrictions on access to govern government
ment government news.
The Atlas satellite was launched
in full secrecy and carried a re recording
cording recording of President Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's voice. There has been criti criticism
cism criticism that the public was led to
Mlleve it was the largest gatel gatelike
ike gatelike ever laumshed.
It weighed about 8,800 pounds
and was bigger than any satel satellite
lite satellite from that standpoint, but its
instrument payload was only 167
pounds.
Wiggins said that no federal
agency should be "spared per persistent
sistent persistent scrutiny."
As for secrecy, he gaid, "the
problem is not that we have too
few secrets, but that our enemies
have too many."
Asst. Defense Secretary Murray
Snyder, who handles defense in information
formation information programs and is in a
running battle with,Moss, insisted
his department releases Informa Information
tion Information without favor and withholds
it only for security reasons.

-Incerous Tumor
Token From Lung
'N rem Twining
WASHINGTON, May 14(1113I)
A cancemus ttunor W86 found
in the lung of Gen. Nathan F.
Twining, chairman of the Joint
Chiefs of Staff, the Defense De Department
partment Department announced today.
The department said the entire
diseased portion of the left lung
was removed in an operation
Tuesday, and there was no evi evidence
dence evidence of involvement in any
other areas of the chest.
Defense officials said they ex expected
pected expected Twining to be out of the
hospital in three or four weeks
and to be back on the job a
couple of weeks after that.

US Negro Woman
Takes Top Honors
At Cannes Festival
CANNES, France (UPI) -- Ce Cecilia
cilia Cecilia Cooper, 20, of New York
city, last night became the
first Negro to win the title of
"Miss Festival" at the Cannes
Film f Festival.
The bikini-clad Cecilia appeared
stunned by her triumph over a
store of European beauties in including'
cluding' including' Anny Nelsen, Miss Paris
of 1959, and 13 other girls.
Sha had almost nothing to tat
at first but a 'lone American on
the jury, Chicago bUsiness Robert
Apple, said with tears in his
eyes: "To see an American Nos.
gro girl win an international jury
contest over European whites is
1 something I'll never forget."

at a date yet to be determined.
3. All-German elections based
on this law are to be held with,
in 2 1-2 years after the adoption
of the whole of the Western
package plan.
These elections will be for de
legates to an all-German consti constituent
tuent constituent assembly. This assembly is
to write an all-German constitu constitution.
tion. constitution. Thereafter, an all-German
government will be formed.
On the security side, it is pro proposed
posed proposed that four stages be carried
out parallel with the four steps
of the German reunification plan.
These four phases are: El
1.. A joint declaration by the
Big Four powers that they will
seek peaceful settlements of dis disputes.
putes. disputes. 2. An exchange of informatirin
by East and West on their mili military
tary military forces in a zone yet to be
defined by negotiation.
The US and the USSR also
should reduce their armed forces
An inspection and control sys system
tem system to prevent surprise attack
Is to be established.

3. A zone of .comparable size,
depth and importance on either
side of a line yet to be defined
is to be created after the conclu
sion of the German peace treaty,
foreign troops must be yithdrawn
from any European state at that
state's request, and the US and
USSR are to reduce their armed
threes to a global total of 1,700,-
000 each.
4. The government of reunited
Germany is to have the right to
join either the North Atlantic Trea Treaty
ty Treaty Organization of Which Welt
Germany is now a member, or
the Warsaw pact, of which East
Germany now is a member or to
choose netitrality.

Teenagers 'Shook'
At Satchmo Show
in Geneva T!leatre

GENEVA, May 14 (UPI) Ge Geneva
neva Geneva police had their first major
test since the Big Four confer conference
ence conference started last night but it was
a big fifth they had to protect--
Louis Armstrong.
Louis, who protested, "what's
this conferenoe about anyway" on
arrival yesterday. was mobbed
by screaming teen-agers at the
end of a one-nightstand in Gene Geneva's
va's Geneva's Victoria Hall.
Dozens invaded the stage de
manding more music. Louis gave
them an extra encorage and au autographs
tographs autographs to boot. But the excite excitement
ment excitement of a summer heat wave,
Big 'Four ,conference and Satch Satchmo
mo Satchmo seemed too much.
One gay youth grabbed the or.
ebestras drums and set off on
a rock tn roll beat that echoed
through the teeming hall till
three burly polioemen rocketed
him at mid-altitude of the stage.
stage.

IWeather Or Not

This weather report for the 24
hours endhig a. m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographie Branch of the
Panami Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High 92 85
LOW 76 80
HUMIDITY:
High 93 91
Low 53 g5
WIND:
(max. mph) gra NE14
RAIN (inches) .75 0
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 80 84

LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Gatun Lake 83.63
Madden Dam 219.45

BALBOA TIDES
FRIDAY, MAY 15
HIGH
Tim. Ht.
8:38 1.211. 6 13.4 ft.
8:54 p.m. 12.9 ft.

LOW
Ht.
Time
2:37 .m 3.0 ft.
Sal p.m 3.8 It.

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THE TEN MEN shown, above with Gov. W. E. Potter yesterday received cheeks for hijury claims In:the Lisholt explosion and,fire 1.
five years ago totaling. nearly $60,000. The checks, were personally presented to them. by the Governor,who spoke' to the men, '..11
all but ohe of whom. are still employed, in Spanish, the native language of all but one- or two. Left to right are: Harry rtTowns 41 s
end, Amulets Gil ,E.-, Luis Armuelles, Dionisio N. Lucas,M., Antonio Toala, Jos H.,'Bedya V., Asisclo Zambrano, Paul Morrix i!,
Jos Zabala, Eigoberto,.Pico Ch., and Potter. All of" the men except Townsend are stevedgee and were aboard the Lisbon to un, -,
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load damaged cargo when the disastrous explosion, occurred. ,, ,
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Moh-ey, To. Rto.b

When the Italian Line ship Mar Marco
co Marco Polo sails Saturday it will em embark
bark embark at least one happy passen passenger
ger passenger from Balboa.
He is Rigoberto Pico who is
sailing for his home in Ecuador
after receiving a check this week
for $3,744.75 in settlement of in injury
jury injury claims resulting from the
explosion and fire aboard the Nor Norwegian
wegian Norwegian freighter Lisholt in Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Harbor five years ago.
He was one of ten mien hurt in
the marine disaster who were
presented checks by ,Gov. W. E.
Potter yesterday afternoon in his
office ranging from about $3,500
to over $12,000. The total fp
mount distributed was $59,143.
This was in addition to nearly
$11,000 expended by the Panama
Canal Co. under the Compensa

Angry Child Sets
Fire To House,
Knifes Mother

NORM MASSAPEQUA, N.Y.
(UPI)--An 11-year-old girl set fire
to the house and knifed her moth mother
er mother in the back after she had
been scolded for making a trip to
a, candy store when she was sup supposed
posed supposed to be watching a younger
sister.
The mother, Mrs. Margaret Mc McGovern,
Govern, McGovern, 44, was on the critieal
list at Meadowbrook Hospital
with a punctured lung and a
deep gash in one hand.
The child, Kathleen, fourth of
the six daughters of Mrs. Mc McGovern
Govern McGovern and her husband, Charles
J., a foreman electrician, was
said by friends to be a better
than average student and a well wellbehaved
behaved wellbehaved youngster who had pre previously
viously previously given no trouble to her
parents.
She was said to have told po police
lice police she was "good and mad at
the time" and had no memory of
what she did, "but I must have
done it." She was taken to the
Nassau County childrens1 shelter
for examination.

tion Act for medical services and
injury pay for these men.
All of the men who received
injury compensation checks were
employed as stevedores at the
time of the accident with the ex exception
ception exception of Harry E. Townsend,
who is now general foreman of
the Industrial Division's' Balboa
Shops. Townsend is also the on.
ly American citizen in the group.
The checks handed to the men
yesterday represented an out of ofcourt
court ofcourt settlement of a suit msti
tuted in behalf of the Canal em employes
ployes employes by the Canal company.

House Grants Funds
To Fort Kobbe
For Firing Range
The Senate Armed Forces Com Committee
mittee Committee today approved a request
for $228,000 for army construe construetion
tion construetion at Fort Kobbe in the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Zone.,
The request, Airiginally inclu
ed in the military construction
bill, was passed by the House oh
March 17.
According to local ariny au authorities,
thorities, authorities, the money is earmark earmarked
ed earmarked for construction of a new, im improved
proved improved type of small arms firing
range for training purposes. The
new range will be built in the
Empire Range area on the west
bank of the Canal.
No date has been set for begin beginning
ning beginning construction.

No More Brick
Homes For Moscow
LONDON alPI)The Executive
Committee of Moscow's local gov government
ernment government has decided not to build
any more brick houses in Mos Moscow.
cow. Moscow.
A Moscow Radio home service
broadcast, monitored here, said
the committee will concentrate on
prefabricated houses to speed up
new home buildhig.

Shows: WEEKEND RELEASE!
3:20 ill. 0.75 ORO

7'" s'" TODAY

GUARDIANS OF
KING SOLOMON'S
MINES!

Daring adventurel
on trtrek for
, treasure!

PmogralErnil,

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GEORGE MONTGOMENAINA ERNI) FARRAR.
, .sedoth ,,
, tram cum ticazimattwitanicua
MIAMI. atiiititor

This was the first time tha the
Panama Canal bad undertaken
to sue on injttry claims against a
third party m behali of an ,em ,employe
ploye ,employe or group of employes.
While most of the men have
plans for the use of the money
they received, Pico was the only

Old Treaty Ignored
For US Task Force
To Sail In' Seaway'
,
BOSTON (UPI) U.S.-Canadian
treaty will be broken by
mutual consent next month when
a 28-ship U.S. naval tasic force
sails through the St. Lawrence
Seaway into the Great Lakes. s
"Operation Inland Seas." the
first mass inland naval movement
in the nation's midern history,
will display' its might to Presi President
dent President Eisenhoweroand Queen, Eliz Elizabeth
abeth Elizabeth in -Mtintrelit etreinnines
June 2,8'whibli forMally ded dedicate
icate dedicate the'seaway.
It will be the first glimpse of
concentrated naval power in the
Midwest since the War of 1812.
Shortly after that war, Canada
and the United States signed a
treaty which limits the number of
naval forces either nation may
have in the Great Lakes.
Officials said the treaty was
temporarily suspended by inutual
'consent to permit the' flotilla's
voyage.
The ships leave here June
18 under command of Rear Adm.,
Edmund B. Taylor, head of the
Atlantic Fleet's destroyerforce.
He will be aboard the W. A. Lee,
the Navy's largest destroyer.
The task force will go as far
west as Duluth, Minn. Along the
route, Marines from the 8th Regi Regiment
ment Regiment at Camp ,Lejeune. N.C.,
will demonstrate amphibious as assaults.'
saults.' assaults.'

Vatican Is Goad
Listening, Post
Says Einert,
WASHINGTON AT PrR---A State
Department official has told Con Congress
gress Congress this 'country could take ad advantage
vantage advantage of "one of the best lis listeping
teping listeping posts- ip the world" if it
set up diplomatic' relations with
Vatic an City.
However, the department stated
it is not currently- considering
such a step.
Testimony published by a House
appropriations subcommittee to today
day today showed that tivgrinston T.
Merchant, assistant, secretary of
state for European affairs, was
asked his view 'on the subject
when he testified behind closed
doors Feb. 20. ;,-
"There is no doubt in tn Opin Opinion
ion Opinion that a representative to Ahe
Vatic0n NVould bP at one of the
best listening posts in the world,"
Merchant said. ,
He added ghat he could not
speak fcpr higher-ur in Ms de department,
partment, department, however. --
Th0 department later submitted
a written statement saying "this
question is not Junder active re review
view review in the department at this
time."'

Whole 5nle'Food
index Penisters 1
,-
NEW YORK, May 14 11.1PI) A
one cent rise in.the Dun and Brad Bradstreet
street Bradstreet wholesale food index ,ovei
tie past week left the Indicator 11
percent below the similar week
last year, the statistical agency re
ported roday. 4
'The index rose to $6.14 on May
12 from, $6.13 a week earlier and
compared with $6.62 a year ago,
Measuring the -.Iota' wholesale
price per pound of 31' pods in
general use; the Index snowed
three ,decbnes; nine Advances and
19 prices unchangedfrom Dre
dolls weelL

one to announce in advance,whalp
he plans to do with his money4
Ile has long -nursed ,a desire tot
return to hit home in -Manabt,
Provinoe in Eccador. While thy 1
amount he received does noC
loom large in comparison witt 1
the national debt, it will be
sizeable amount in his horns: AP
town which is high in the Ecuit,
dorean Andes and soma 12 bourC
travel time by bus from Guayaos,
gull where be will disembark eart
ly next week from the Marco Pot,
lo.
At the present rate of 4ixo
change, he will have somethini
over 70,000 suCres? sufficient to 4
establish himself an some enter;
prise for 4
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The Canal-early thin month, re
ceived a check fer, $120,000 cov:
etih$ the Lisholt '1'his re represented
presented represented not enbr Athe 311pney
paid yesterday to the ten injur
ed men, but death nefits in
five cases, and paythents made
by the Canal CO; imder the Com.
pensation Act on behalf 02,:r the

OrpOs
S'ay-
State Pepaitment ,,

WASHINGTON, May 14 (UPI)
The State Department reported
'some improvement' today in the
condition of former Secretary of
State Jhon Foster Dulles in his
fight against pneumonia. :-
But department press officer
Lincoln White said there has been
no,significant change in Mr. Dui Duiles'
les' Duiles' general condition." -Y 4
Dulles, who is confined to Wal-
ter Reed -Army Medical Center 41
with cancer,- suffered the pneumo pneumonia
nia pneumonia attack last week.
,White said Dulles is still con confined
fined confined to his bed from the pneumo-
nia attack.

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