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t: 1 '''eii Ma ,'-. iffOitli .,teclai.. es first,',. -... -,,, 4',I ., ''.. -., ;'.',C,'",,:' AU nt,tits grOtin Are Pinaiealle.
. pimal,,Offostiva Itodat,. was first
1 nladOPubli,i hi' Gov. William '11!
rostir 'of an 0,kprli Chile. confer.,
emosi.:,St ',Santa. Cruz, ,ono of tho
offoctod ,communitios. ' :',
"IndepAdent' Operators are iot
batre& from -,therlidghway !Along
thlse toutit,. but pannot enter
this twns proper to, pik up', or
lettvt tassensers. s-: '''
'. Out lienry ttdards, a spokes
It t, ,lot.4ho group, who has ()per.
ocloP at'an independent along the
Stiour t417toof ;:1- k4, Patilso;Gamboa
ror:f6r 81,1ears.. pointed put that
batting 14 independents from en en.
. en. ototvio the ,own...lifies -offeetivelv e e1
1 e1 liminitte ;their ruipetition and de de'1,,4;,;,
'1,,4;,;, de'1,,4;,;, I I 0 ,,,::4.., :-- :
,z.,,, ,:,,,, f. V4,;,, : 't,:,
fol witillicsm '-
' '' 4..t.',...,.' ts .,' l',.7.' '
i AYANA,,,lt.Til)4Prentler 'Fidel
0 CS ',ratiyestirdai 'ordered revolt!-
' ti miff, -War -trimea:, trials.. ended
BOA ', Oitses: stilt pestling,- tumed
Over to eivil 'courts.. ,.
,.. )liccording 16 unofficfal," cOmPile cOmPiletiont4.4.
tiont4.4. cOmPiletiont4.4. total of .621 persons, have
1 been,-' execute by' firing .squads
since', ,.. the -military- war erimel
, trials ,starteditst January...,'.-, 7f,
o 'Casty:4-4, order Was announced
i I.y 'the, etaretribulal at Havana's
i La Cabana 'fortress plison.. where
hundreds of: prisoners 'still ore
I, atv,l'Entelrildi--,s, ' ...' '.,.'
',' As, the', 'trial ,i'ar'"Dr's.,7.osbilitt
, m 0 etiner &tent; former' president
i; of the National Bank of Cuba, (tutu',
i Inc ,,,the Batista dictatorship, was
about to start, 4t, La z Cabanas Ser.;
. guorq'pktiiouteed; tl ,,i .,. 4, i.
7 ,t,,..fly- order,..of -,,,Prirme..., ldintster
' Dr..; tridel z, Castros', ttials ,before'
i",, ,reVolutionary 7 tribunals are ,, ma--
k' -', ,411:livtill11;avril'4.'.1t1;s:It;s4;47'l stt;illitit
' ..'' 'IA0 tribunals ut the,"retublie.tt ''
s',";' 4 'A ,Castro first .announted, big Ai-,
1,s'' tention of ending' the, war-triples
tri al g on 'his, return ,' to ,, Bayous -,
kRsreltty. fromy'air' Unofficial tour,
of '.tbe Dnited,States: Canads' atd
,, Lattn,:, America,i. During ,,the "'Tour
h,,F heatli consaiderlible4 eriticiato
of ?the ,,vistlesale eveitftiona "7 of
convicted "War ,criminals" .,.'; ,,..,
-AI, Oat time, Castro said.'llence-
feel? i ,whose plots result in' deaths
4 or .7vIttiose'.. liggrestdott. 'was 'proved
,,,;.' to -he.. bf. complicity .. with," foreiOn..
, s0 ere'tiwould 'ftre eXOttltiOti bY fif'-
P' ing '' Squads.t,,, 7,'; ,,,',',-,';,'',',.,;,,'"; .''-:, ,, .,-.
' ,, ,' .1,.-k:, ; -:',, ., ,: '' ''';. 'c
'''' A .fiiin' Ditkttii 1.'
',,,, Noomaii It., Detititt:'" isistant
to.;:the 'transportation ',and- tenni.
all '' directors', will act n as director
ii during the absence of B. I. Ever.
' ; aon,, it bas' been. announced by ,the
..' -Transportation' and, Terminals di di''.
''. di''. tector..4. 1 '.. ,,', '171'.': '' 1'0,', ;',:i.,,',,v .1'.
. : i,.,' Everson will sail for New York
'St ',,' ttki2). ,oboard the,I Panama liner
.' ,, Ancoi .' accompanied by .., his ', tvife
'''.. ,t, ant4 three children, He will re re.,
., re., i main in, the United Statei on an an,:
,: an,: nual tof ';approximately ,.3 months.
' - '''",' All of th4 vaiv Piamatin
,,- 4;1 .:. gp, & 6 A i : , grOU
A tee on, tontreci eft4z.eml!, ,,,,.--'3',',:. s,-,,,, -"L
The General Tire and Rubber Co.
and the United' Rubber Workers
reaLlied agreement nn a contraet
last night,, ending the threat of a
third strike iln the rubberindus rubberindusThe
The rubberindusThe agreement's terms were
not revealed but a union spokes spokesman
man spokesman said they were better (than
those negotiated with Goodyear
and U.S. Rubber. They will be sub submitted
mitted submitted to the 3,5600 employes here
and lit Waco, Tex. for ratification.
Negotiators for the strikebound
firestone and Goodrich companies
reported no progress in tilt r
talks'. with the union. ,The
has signed agreements with. Good Goodyear
year Goodyear and U.S. Rubber
A 'Firestone spokesman said no
bargaining session ivill be held in
Cleveland during the weekend but
Goodrich indicated it would hold
another -round af talks in Canton,
Ohio, today. Firestone scheduled
a sestion on Monday.,
Ih'estone and Goodrich em employes
ployes employes ivallted off their jobs April
16 in a ,disputt over- fringe benef benefits.
its. benefits. Waget are not an issue in
- 1, 4
Still Hopeful 01
ti I iummi Parfet
GENEVA, M ay 111';(11PI)--The
Western 'Big Three 'art, still ,'pre ,'preparing
paring ,'preparing for a summit ccmference
probably ,in AO and possi
bly Sail Franciseo despite ear4
rebuffs from 'Soviet Foreign Mi Minister'
nister' Minister' Andrei Gromyko, ft was
learne today, 4"
; This aut,horitative information
indicated the West 'still hes hopes
of salvaging its package,, peace
plan regardless of a week's stone stonewallhie
wallhie stonewallhie by Gronlyko at tbe Fore Foreign
ign Foreign Ministers Conference But
officials said new,, strategy was
, US. Setretary of State Chris
tian Herter amd his' Western part-'
nert hope to get a round of super superstcret,Airect
stcret,Airect superstcret,Airect talkt going -1with
Gromykb to- test hhi ,, intentions
There would be no' out' Wet seat
the ineetings and no propaganda
after theus- .1
The West stift 'believe's Soviet'
Primiey, Nikita Ithrushchev wants
to talk business with -President
Eisenhower and ,therefore will
order ,Gromyko to pay' the West't
price of "progress"' at the presebt
' If progresS' is forthcoming,
11115' learned to Western- .offichils
consider likely date
for the s mmit, 't
Seei Mamie s 'Itiom
I WASHINGTON, May. Hi- IUD
Colorado lodayqor odickttour
Ahe Foroclicadeniy and
''Thelresident toolto0 at 7:59
a.m. &beard '' the, .Columbifie
for, 'his ',24-hour ataY in 1 Ciao!,
radot His first stop- was .the Air
Force ;;.''Acadeiny:'. At Colorado
Springs.' - ',,
,,Thei, first senior .41ass, tlie
neWest, service, academy ;will,.be
graduated 2 nexV 'inonth.,. The
President 'had-Wiped to be 'pre-,
Sent for ,-the exercises, Out
pressure': : of ';busines
changed huf schedule.. ;
- Thus,: his: academy 'Visit;todAy
was 'of a graduation'
' EmerthOwer ;3011' spend Atbout
Iwo 'hours at the academy and
then Make a 15-minute flight
to Lowry 'Air 7 Force' Base at
Denvet; Re, will visit the tome
ot'hilrillother-in-law, Mrs. 1101111
H.,,,Doud,': ant, spend tonight :at.
the Brown Palace'Hotol in, pen penyen,.
Tomirrovi Chief Aiteutlie
planned to 'take oft4rom Lowry
before 110011, and 'arrive
back ;tin Washington,' -About 7
,',The4i,risidetIt's wife' Went
benvei earlier in the weeit4to
be ,,witb her ailing :mother, on
Mrs, rotid'a 81st birthday. ,which
was observed last Wednesday.
Mrs.' Eisenhower, will return ',,t0;
Washington with the Ptesident.I tent.
WASHINGtON ,(UPt) John
L. Lewis is 70 now end ao respect.
able he hardly ,can stand it.
These days he geta op of a
morning and looks ein vain
tivough the papers for lome de.
tiunciation of. Lewis. Mostly he
caul even, find his name man.
'I feel, sort of lost sometimes',"
'he admitted. ;
t7At a three-hour ttancling-room.
only performancetbefore a House
tabor subcommittee, ,the United
Hine Workers president did his
theatrical best to correct ,a pub.
ilc imago of himself as a art 'of
elder statesman of organized la.
bor.!, t-, ,
, He' assailed authors of pending
labor reform bills as labOr's
mies. ,Re accused AnrCIO lead.
ers who agree some legislation
is needed of compromising ,ivith
the exetutioner's az. Re assured
one earnest, ,young ', Republican
member, Rep Robed Z. Griffis
.:-tabor and. liecitb .Miniater' He.
'ratite Bar lega and Assemblyman
Pablo Espineaa reportedly engaged
le as knock dovm dragouV, kcawl
last- night at Hotel, Eii,Panarna
klitton funotana a 'heated discussion,-
The discussion reportedly
started over accusatibus Es.
ninon' that,Barletta, who Is also
the Second Vice President'of the
republic. had 500 "botelbua, (non (nonworking
working (nonworking sinecures) on his Aninis AninisI27's
I27's AninisI27's payroll.
...The fight took place IC the
'Balboa bar ot the hotel, wh'ile de.
legates bi the Copal conference
were attetnding a reception offer.
!Sixty feet, straight .down, is
i,Iong. way. lb is, exactly the
height of the Goethals memo memorial,
rial, memorial, Irmo top to water level.
p,Triday afternoon; Hugo De DeLeon,
Leon, DeLeon, 34-year-old Pariaminian
painter employed, tY.tha Main Maintenance
tenance Maintenance 'tell'', 60 feet
and, because,. of the
Quick, thinking,- speedy', action,
'ande selflessness. ot a etellow
1414114"111114)filt 41t- bOVelh bOVelhOttarie
Ottarie bOVelhOttarie X64111011 reretr., IthiCh
wet, issigned-te,ellipaint en
the 'voter Wad nt, W., Clark
neae Gatuni The-, b ock,tand
tackle rig ler the' holm's ear
in- which'' he wag seated was
being ,operated ,by'-, Rudolph
Ooodrigh,4 32, Pans monism.
painter, also employed' by th,
When tho chair,- was 60 feet
from the yroundo' the block and,
teckle,, suddenly .talled because'
ot .6 'detective bolt. ,,,DeLeonl
pitched 'out, head first" as the
chair' Ind block and tackle
110,1, :the itreund, Goodrich
salv-nia tallow workman slip out
brace lilmsolf,lield out his arms'
ofl the 'their. He "managed to,
and' esdght The fatting men. be-1
fore te, hit the ymund.
'Because ;et,,,, his colleague's
heroic effort, DeLeon suffered
WY :e Ivasible Iractured ,rib.
He. is, nevi Coto Bolo fort0b fort0bservatin
servatin fort0bservatin andAreatment ,"
,Goodrich way.bruised 'on the
face and ,ehbulflets. :
' ForreI'G.41)tilitritoOr.. aM1111131,
trellis asiistanticr the Governor
and stite director of,Selective Ser Service,:
vice,: Service,: left ,for,Waihington, D. C.,
last night 'tn. a nd a itateL direc
tor's;conferenc, Of 'Selective ser-',
vice system. ; e:milt be. aceonr:
panted by- Mrs, Dunsmoor,. ,',
...Ivo lioiring, the";', nieetint Duni DunimoOr
moOr DunimoOr 'will remain in the -1.Inited
States for,,ahother,",week on, leave
heforerrettirning tn'the Canal Zone,
During 'punsmooes absente, iti
I. Prantle mill :pirform his. du duties
ties duties serve: as ,deputy "executive' se-,
tretary. of-the, Canal,Zone. ,' 1
- Perantle Is also dePuty state di director
rector director of the pelectlye Service Sys-,
tem. ..' t:0',-,--::' ,..,.'t',.';',1', ..! '1
of Mielliga!f,i,th'sit lt,d, in. time Will
He reigned Iiie, a king In the
witness chair. He, bristled And
roared:a,ncl refused: te be shush shushed.
ed. shushed. But he couldn't seem to con convince
vince convince anybody.,
Chairman, Cali .Dr.",Perkins D Dlitay.)
litay.) Dlitay.) told Lewitt the 'subAommit 'subAommittee
tee 'subAommittee WAs' 'mighty' proud" he had
Rep. Carool'ICearWs (R Pa.). Thi depression days when lie
the ranking 'GOP. !member, said was ,erganizing the first vertical
Lewis and Sam'Vempers shared union'. How he pulled out of the
honors' IA his estimation as the AFL land into a new CIO.' And
men who did most' tot Abe, workt lateri,',how he Pulled out of
Int Man. CIOAlso, the many times bon
Elen memberr, whose !elector. his 'big coal strikes were de
ates include.not tingle 'member nounced as threat to the nation.
of the UMW 'tended. to preface Lately. Lewis has been settling
their questions with :pledges of his !arguments with coal opera
boundless respect., tors,"-bebind closed doors. It's
4 Itep.,John. Dent 1D.Itt.) said been yeti's since he pulled his
he wag mighty' pleaseCte heat members out of -the mines. Elt
the.- UMW held up ,so uniforml cept for getting tb the hospital a
as a model of unioit behavior. coupleof months ago. for pneu
"way 'it elwaYS,thle Way?", he imoniao he hasn't bees meldng
'asked ,Lewia !i4, 4 lmech awl
otl,114 the. Venezuelan delegation
to the parlev.
Following the 4: fight,. Barletta
issued' a statement describing tile
incident as regrettable and challen challenging
ging challenging Espinosa to publicly prove the
(Barletta adderthat his minis
try "had nothiig to' hide."
cOuntered with the
suggestion that Barletta take sev sev'eral
'eral sev'eral inonth's leave .from 'his of ofStec,
Stec, ofStec, and Ai Bow the 'Attorney Ge General
neral General to carry 'out 1111 investiga.
Regarding the fight. Espinosa
said ha "stood up liko a man to
the treacherous aggresion" by Bar Barletta,,who
letta,,who Barletta,,who he described as pot oc occupying
cupying occupying his position with digni
01,Soclefylias 81 1
curfrof, 10 (upt)geotze,
Dtganey, OW man who found founded
ed founded "The Society Jur the Preven PreventiOri
tiOri PreventiOri of. Gelling tyleeping Cat' ,Por ,Porters
ters ,Porters Gerge," is dead. -;('
WordyWat received here tit, a t
the ClintAtt native it at
died ,itt tliont'Nong,,at,the, age et
k fr ,,, vt,;$1r
' 4 nk,1
?-45;11aney "tat, .,pretignent Clio Cliotott,,,businessmam
tott,,,businessmam Cliotott,,,businessmam .4.hee he got
tired- of hearing people U SID l'g
first Saint when calling for, por pori
i pori ter,-;-whether or nqt the .porter's
'tame., was eGeorge.; Ne started, s
societY which cape; to include
113,000 Georges, including the
Kings) of Great Britain' a 11
Dulaney retired in 1941:1 and
moved 't9 ,Tolla,,
Neutral Camp ,,,
TOKYO alPI)--Japan''told the
Soviet yesterday it would not join
the "neutral" carop, as the ,Rus ,RusSiang
Siang ,RusSiang requested. 7
The government also urhe
'down a Soviet proposal ,to create
an atom,free zone in: the Par
East, The Japanese reply to the
Soviet' note of May was' deliv
tred to Russian Ambasador Ni Nilrolai
lrolai Nilrolai Fedorenko by Vice Foreign
Minister Hisanari Yamada.
t, The Japanese told the Russians
they intended to enntinue a policy
of cooperation with the Western
powers along United Nations prin.'
T, wo Executive
Sssions In klay
tov. W. E. Potter's May 'meet 'meetings
ings 'meetings with officers of calla Zoni
Civic Councils will bq executiVe
,,He win meet, with officers 'of
Latin American' cotmcils on Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. 'in the board
room in the Administration
'On the following Tuesday, May
20, he will meet with officers of
xr.s. councils at the same .time
speql Echoes F,4mlilar Roar
ltongressman," Lewis replied,
hie eyes twiniding under the well wellknown
known wellknown craggy eyebrows
glad. you asked me that t, ques question."
tion." question." A,41ittle, sadly, it seemed, be
went on then to recall earlier an
hap'pier days when he was the
perennial villain of tile big labor
WASHINGTON, May 16 (UPI)
Friends of John Foster Dulles
expressed fears today that he
may lose his battle with cancer
In a matter of days.
-These friends said his
strength was slowly ebbing.
They said he was growing.
weaker daily in his suite at
Walter Reed Army Medical
Reliable sources gave this in information
formation information follow i n g an an announcement
nouncement announcement yesterday by the
State Department that there
had been "some further de decline"
cline" decline" in the condition of the
former Secretary of State.
State Department Press Of Officer
ficer Officer Lincoln White said the
pneumolia attack that Dulles
suffered last week had not
completely cleared LIP.
The 71-ear-old former cab cabinet
inet cabinet mintier has been confined
to t(ls bed. for a week. Members
of his family were called to
Wasbingtna last Saturday when
the casel..of pneumonia was
Doctors,reported at first that
he wag responding satisfactorily
to the treatment for the pneu pneumonlai.
monlai. pneumonlai. tit More ,recent, medical
ibulletins alre ..reportect I dgi
TIM-4 wtt hig f a ni 1 y
brought, baCk hie two sons,
Father Avery Dulles, 8.J., who
was -sttldying at the Vatican,
and John Watson Dulles, a
mining engineer who was work working
ing working tn,Mexico.
'The. former Secretary's sister,
Mrs. Eleanor Lansing Dulles,
returned here from a State De Department
partment Department mission in Berlin.
Contract To Sludy
Relation's With LA
WASHINGTON. May 16 (UPI)
Chairman Wayne L. Morse an announced
nounced announced that his Senate Foreign
Relations Subcommittee on Liu-in
America has concluded two more
contracts wi'h universities for stu studies
dies studies as part of its overall invest'.
Itation of Latin American relations.
One contract is with the Uni University
versity University of Chicaio for a study
of "Latin American activi'les 1.1
U.S. business and labor." The
.other was awarded to Northwogt Northwogtern
ern Northwogtern University to study "the Or Orkanization
kanization Orkanization of American States."
Both contract are subject to ap approval
proval approval of the Senate Rules Committee.
The Panama price control of offiCe
fiCe offiCe yeterday announced a 'price
ctit of one and a half cents on
The announcement said, the
Price cut Was the result of several
negotiations with the local sugar
Ihe new retail price,is 11 cents
"How, every now and then at
some public affair, I am accept accepted
ed accepted es other men," Lewis said.
"I have achieved a certain de.
gree of respectability. Possibly
this is because, I suppose, the
public has found somebody else
they enjoy more being mad at."
teWis did come up with a new
definitlion of poverty. He said
it's when you can't afford to
send your children to college. By
this Ward, he said most u union
nion union members are poor. His own.
though he'didn't say so, current currently
ly currently get $24,25 daily.
sLeWis also said you can't help
organized labor by- putting union
members In chains.
',Tama the chains, and those
that ,advocate them!" he roared.
Then he' left the House, Office
, and stepped grandly in into
to into e .-walting. Cadillac limousit4.
The,day, was muittY. and At
chauffetir. thoughtful4s had the
ate conditioning running,
United totes delegate Hero id'M., Randall told this
morning s session of the United Nations' Economic Com,
mission. for' Latin America (Cep that4he US supeorts
the creation,,eL,Ar realistic Latin Atherican 'regional
market. .'",:- ','
'' This afternoon Russian observer Vladimir L Bazikin,
Soviet nmbessador to Me co is listed among the speak.
Randall told the 2.5 delegates and observiers-from
35 different countries'yhat the Latin American comnion...',
market should have a elear-cut goal and that the procez$ I,
of reconciling'privoti and, national interests should .Jir.
piinate ,when the gel of a'teue COMmOn market is reach,
"The sooner this goo is reached', the better. Nolhalf,
way pleasure wade,'
. '''''Alieut100-'11elegates, observers and UN staifers wi'll '
mote a partial transit of, the tonal tomorrol morning
oboard the fetry fTesidente rorros. AmongAhem will Ite,2, .-
t ailkla who by h iS.,Olini. 0614 it listjheeiviim the Cal'144fi.
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Tomorrow.' tanartril; will start with which'eovernments pursue
at 10 o'clock from, thY north this common objective, to.: '''
end of Mireflores Locke. The de- "A. good 'common market-6,one
legates will gir from there to Gam- in which Virtually in sellers can
boa, returnidg to Pfirtalla City sell freely and without hindrance
by,buses .,; t 't-:-. kw buyers anywhere withim the ''
The group will be greeted "it market and one whith does not "'
Mirefloree Loeks by Gor..,7 William raise barriers to trade with oth.
E. 'Potter before they board the er areaswill increase trade, at atPrfhid,ent
Prfhid,ent atPrfhid,ent Porrati. ' ilt tract investment, improve efficim
, pooate Canal personnel will cy' through competition, and re-,,,,
accomNey the 'group Oho trip duce cOsts,". Randall declared.
to give a running account of Ca- "A market of thie kind is worth
nal operrtios. -, sacrifice. ; ; ,,,,k,
, This trip is someillist unu- "Producers within the rnarket
suet in tha the erotiolwill be will have to 'accept the necessity
aboord for a. lockage at Pedro of meeting on equal terms and
Miguel. Generally, mist such without protection the competition
trips aro wows to lOpin at of liroducers 111. other countries
ethe'es'05 umttossirdkbeerutsyehwraitivilew"thitapyreefetrro eeda cmcesapet.
the north end of Pedre Miguel within the common market. ',
it of Gaillard Cut- .;
one incheto only,. trans.
hitt th r.
the efforts of Latin American ; 1
"The United States supports
governments to form one or On the other-hoed a partial
common mark in' i
ket ,",, ,
t wh ch there
more regional markets designed
and with the rest of the world, ur1.7T11 r roe el oletiti4 of .,
(moist ,,,, discourage
to increase trade within the area iartam,.1,ar ol.e.,10111. fer thl
and to induce greater efficiency Pr.rem milli if"
of production so that more goods :16 Pot 011 mil reduces fn.,
"A common .market hi which
"We believe that. the recent duties and preferences are nod
discussions in the Cepal trade to a considerable extent as a me meat
at meat lower
cbmmittee reveal that govern- chanism of adjustment to rapid rapidments
ments rapidments are becoming increasingly ly changing economic conditions
aware of the desirability of form- would subject governments to
ing regional trade 'arrangements continuoul pressure front produce
which shall be of benefit not only ers anxious process .of Item-by-
to those countries which are item negotiation and renegotiation
members of the regtonal market- of customs duties, quantitative
ing agreements buCto non-mem- controls and other regulations of
ber countries as well.' trade.
He went on to say: , "If this prOCess were' to 'be
"The task of formulating such centered upon the luteguardint ,,,,
arrangements is complex and dif- of particular private and local
acute interests it mad almost inevit- i
"We have pointed out, as have ably result in a neglec. t of the 1
many other delegations, some of general multilateral interest' in
the shortcomings we see in cer- expanding trade.' he said. 4
tain of the preliminary plans Randall devoted the earliet
which have been suggested for part of Ids address to giving tilt
market integration in Latin. A- delegates and observers some in.
merica. dications of the economy of -the
"Like the other delegations, UMted'' States at present. -,
we have made out comments' -"We all know of the recession
in the spirit of participation' In In economic activity through
a common effort to advance which my country has passed. 1
the formulation of constructive, will talk about extent and rapid.
workable plans for this aspect ity of our economic recovery 4
of the economic development of which demonstrate the resilenc
Latin America. $ of the American economy. I will
The US spokesman continued: be equally plain spoken about ',
"We have been impressed by the the problems we face," he said.
spirit of the discussions in which "I am hippy to report that b'
we have just parachuted, by the end of 1958 the gross nation.
the degree of informed interest al product of -the United Statel
1,hown, and particularly 'fiy the had almost completely recovered
mutual concern for the general from the decline it suffered dur. ',-
interest of all Latin Anterica ing the early part of the year,
which has prevailed. "Naturally, and the rate of!; recovery hal ',
as is entirely proper, there have been maintained so well that out. ..,
also been statementa of national put reachett a seasonally adjust. .4
and sub-regienal interest. ed annual rate of about $463 bile
"However, these statements lion in the first -quartei.' of the .','
have revealed. a realization that year, a new high, for the Unitett 0;,'
the formation of a true, common States economy in. real as well ,.'
market or ,markets will be ne ayin dollar tome. ,
market or ,marlets will be no so in dollar termS,
easy task) that ft, will demand "This new level of qititpuV ex. ''"
great courage, on the part of the eeeds by 'a significant', mirgig.2,4.''
respective governments; that it the previous, record high achisva,tc,t4,;
will entail real saerifices and ad. ed in the third quarter et
justments by individual local eco- "Personal ',ovum, during thg
nomic interests in. eVery coon- first quartr et 1959 was -ruiw'r'
try; that governments must be sting at an annual rate"01 abeuti
willing to withstand pressures de., $17 billion higher than itt theth.,0,14,4
signed to avoid Such sacrifices. first gustier. eV 19511,- This's
"The degree stf ultimate sot- growth in personal; intemw:t"-As-we:,
toss ssf any amnion market meant an swivel growth lw
will, in good pert, vary In di semumer's buying ''Pavnyrj
rest proportion to the firmness tContiowed as Psa II) 4,
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talboa. 'Heights: Wednesdaf.. 'said '' the U.S. Embassy ,this 't morning height of the Goethala nremo- ociett as81'", .!
of his family we e called to ed.
that,. Braiety, lind'Gamboa were ,', Edwards emphasized it Ceirlitrd only,to informed)that neither rial4ronl, tbp to water level. r
swung,. severaLsestimumties to DI V-Pe a -question, otlfares; One the mulbassidor, nor his, staff more ,,p"..Briday aftegnoon;, Hugd. ,
Washington last Saturday when
nrovided exclusive ,.:,,transportationL ,hoth the iudependenti add the 'Gill lnally Saturday., office, teon, 34-year-old. Panamanian ; cutrox', loWa (Ur )geotge the easel, -of pneumonia was 'The sooner pis:goat is reached', the better. No. halfin.4.thi,,,gantil.-7,00
Bus service, firm have been charging identical hours( painter' empioyed, main- diagn 4,
rktioney, the', man who found- gee way pleasure will do:LI-
operated pX., thn-G.11,1. retex for ,the -5eMe point-to-poiat Included 'thing, tenance ',,, 60 'feet ed "The Society Jor the Preven- E : t
la es, obseryers and UN staffers will
:1'1'0111819mi for;;the 'stir runs Inthia- the route..-.- triverso'. end the Years theY here Arid lived' becatith of the tiori of, ailing Sleeping Car ,Por- .1Doctorsi, reported at first that 96?, -4
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e a partici) transit of the ,Canal tomorro. morning
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,:--5, Pahl Espinbaa reportedly engaged Following thiGfight, Barletta
" Friends or John 'Foster Dulles ,,.
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expressed fears- today that he ..,,- -;,-
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In a 'matte: of' days.
1 '::.' ''S,I'C'fiNTirilaEN't :of Independent Panimittiark,t us; drivers .stage' -Tmild protest over ,r.newly-ef- .,,sien,,i, The
' '' le4ive...f..angt,,, ;one ;regulatimis ,barr, ing them trOnl enteritg Atte Paralso and Ciamboa townsitett. started over aecusstibus ,,,br, Es.. ,,-- -,
''' '' both, OtWhid 1.tesirt their regular run. from" shale; Roadv: ,,., ,- .:, , 7 ...,,.,.
. '' ' '" -,'''' ', '''' ':' pinoss that '-, Barletta,; .who, bt. also i tt ''''''' 4dedlhat If
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is minis , ,
These f r 1 e n d s said his
strength was slowly ebbins. A e 1
They said he was' growini.
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- '-'.. lbe Second Vice Preginent-Of the ,, "" WRA:kU
4 , ..,,,,. T republic. had 500 "botellasf,(non "botellasf,(non8
8 "botellasf,(non8 "" -- working sinecures) on his Aulnis Aulnis,,,.
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cOuntered with the
ii7tig''EgStlestibIt'onsathat Barletta take sev- weaker daily in his suite at
Walter Reed Army Medical ,,
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';13-'- :tios' ', fitigahrt 'lot tole" wh. Ike' :
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:,, :4,.- ,groep 'of 'tgdePendeni bus drivers complained ,bitterly, today-, that they, aro being deprived
.'' ot,,,their, liveltheod bra pewly instituted Canal !nne lrattio regulation, which 'in 3effect., bars them
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' access.10 the ltowne tes.,on' their former. ioutev; -,,; ;,:, ..,,,,;',' ' ,,,,,' ,', .;, '') -., ,:;,..;..,.; r,41 ..-..-' : ., , , '., ,.,., ,,,,,,
, 4 ,.. AU e: 4,1, Arivers halm been oneratinr independent bilsei hi Competition, Withlhe dill 'Trans. iii.'''tk '''P, : I. ''' : .' i ' t
In briage3 ',.' i,,,,.,,- -- ..-- r' '''?4-Itio: 'er''',"71- ,'
gnonEti, 771'774 -7, ,,,,,.,,,,, ..,.., ...77,77,7 ykars;',"l'apials.;,Ccstik.,; 20 iyeiti-st Online. .Ditelsion rcrew, lc
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irlfAl. 't '',' '''' l' ' ' lite' 4 ,ettn 11464 '' hi faintly
OPeret '. -;11...,t'',17- ' ''. -,;''' 't, illred E. -.Barkerillieyears; Al. wet, issitted-to,thi -,, paint on 4t 'f' A :, ',, ', 4 ',
UIL Cart ?-liidaner Int, 2 ,preolinent Cht Fathtfr Aver Dulles, 13,,T no' 'Tomorrow'', tanaFtriiiwIll start with whien'eevernments pursue s -- .,
'' brOu lit, bad hie two sons .' ''' '4 ' ' '.., ':' '1. -D..-- '', '' '''---' i";,,,;,,I.
-'''I.L" 211g luAr Cce'"14--'ls do --Alcides,: IA.:P1'n lied Ilts, the-water tenke .at,
at, 10 o'clock from .' the north this common objective. ,,..,,,,, ,-- ,-.,:
h' '' -- 1--" ilr"1"1 ado Marquines.1 I years. i ,' ,,,- ;: rigatiT Gianni Ths,,,'''i b ode -tort tott,-,,bes nessman .when he, i ttt,t
10 was 'stud inYg at the vaticwan end of Mirallores Locit,, The de- "A, .gpod commog,..market-h,one -.,
s first ',., 4;1 . ':. .,- '6"-'"'..,: All of,thtigrouVers Pe0aMelen tackle rig :tor th&bollurels emir. thtld- af haartat PeaPla UM'
cltriZen4 sx 1 ,P6., ,z, in- whi ''' he 'wag seated, WitS
confer. Contract.- ,- -- ch
lam .11;? Agree on,
, , ;. ,,, ,,, being operated ,,by'il RudolPh. ing in,:,resico. a le ates will- rim
t th et th rt r's mining engineer whe was work- i
first name .when calling for,i por! and 'iv.,".1ohYn Watson Dulles,
en-whe er or n e po e g g m there, to Gam- in which virtually ill sellers can '1, ,' '''
boa returnidg to Panama C ty sell freely and without hindrance ''
.by Dos s ' t' ": to- buyers anywhere withim tho ,, ,.
ef th!, iti -A If, i,i ,,,, Inlo'ora od'; 0 Goario..,, 324, pang ,M a a i a a name: wwasheteGheoregione.
, ' ' painter', also employed' by, ,-the society- The group will be greeted 'ijit market and one whith does tot '''4,;',
re not -r A ;f1.1,,et01,ainrteedlit'et'
Ve II , 4' ''''- maintenance, ,DAyision, ;:., ,c,,,'. 13,000 Georges, I n el u d I ft g the 'The. former Secre
r n e- ,-4t.'-' Ike tary's sister, Mirefloree Dicks by Gor4 William raise barriers to trade with oth- '';,
r t Along 4.!,, ,. .,
'' 'k i--' ''''' 1 : ,,,A. T -NI r-A,,,- --, ,fr- -,,, When ,the.iehair,-,wes -iii iegt Kings) ,,of Great Britalit' a 11 Mrs. peanor Lansing Dulles, E. 'Potter 'before they board the er areas-will increase trade,: at- -.'',:,
l' enter i'' AKRON, Ordiodmay' 16 (UP1),, O''' S I ct emy
I from' the grOuntio'the block. lind Greece. ,
:,,,,At returned here from a State De- rretidenrPorrati.
'' i -' ' '' Dulane retired in 1.947 ',1, and partment mission in Berlin. i I
lt,lt tract investment, improve efficieei ,,i,
up', or The General Tli-e and Rubber Co. ,.,;,.,,,, ,', --: ',-- '-' 4 ,,,,; ttiOrle,,auddenly .talled because pitgemi canal personne w II cy' through competition, and re-.-,(' ''''.'''; 1
' and' the United' Rubber Workers s- It 1 1 i ., Li
, 01-1,, '.'ilefective ., bolt. -.DeLeon' Y L J 11 Calif '
moved te- a ci, a,, .. accomwiy the 'group on, the trip duce costs,'; Randall declared. ',-
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spekes reaL-hed agreement lin it contract 00,,, y am 0 s 1,10m ,--, pttehed ettt.:hee,,h,,,,,, ...the ,, to give a running account of Ca- "A market of thig kind is worth -,;'..''
is oper- last- night,, ending the threat of a :- .., .,.! f. ,, . Pr '' chair : and ;"-block ant,. -tackle be ps ,Dechne:
.. USS les SI
R Univers' gn nal operPtit,ns. ,', sacrifice. ; ; k, ,,
ring the third ,strike dit the 'rubberizing- 'TB' 1 A 41,.' trne' el.''''' i ,;; 14 li' ,nrii bgart.1,0 tlip:IL,q,,,,, ,, i, ',. 0 ,1 ,
, This trip is somWhat unts.. "Producers within the market ,, .,
;mho try. ' ' ' i 1;7' -Ts-. h l'l i'v. it) From ,ther, grOund, Gnimilich Request'len Join'', Cohlract To Sludy suet in tha the groupl,will be will have to 'accept the necessitY ., 1
nit that ' :,,'. ",,, -4-. e ident B en owerif ew
' OW- 0W wor man slip, out, , ,,
his fell k aboire for ak lockage at Padre of meeting on equal, terms and ',.,',
Miguel. Generally, most such without protection the competition 7.',
tni en. The agreement's terms were Colorado todayqor ii. gilirkitol3r 1 ,
bractlihnself,,held out hie arms t ki It
ivehro. not revealed, but a ,union spokes- of 4the Air Foroolicadenty and eutrai Camp ,:, , tries aro olonnott to. booin at of lirOucera 111' other countries "','
Ofi the ''Cluili HO "Managed ', to ., 11
and tie- man said they were better (than to Nisit with' his triother-ih-law. Relations With LA tit north end of Pedro Miguel within the common market. ', ,. -,'
and' tatight The falling men be- "!,,
those' negotiated with ., Goodyear ''Thelresident took.off at 7:59 - , TOKYO alPI)--Japaelold the Locks' awl Inclo4o only,. trans- "Outsiders will have to accept ;.-
and U.S. Rubber. They will be sub- a.m. &beard the Columbine,
an fore te, nit tale ;mina. .'
B Se his collea lie's' Soviet ,yesterday it ,would not Join W INGTON Ma 16 (uPi it ef Glillard ut the market 'have"... preferred se- ':, :
.', mitted to the 3,5600 employes herd ter. his ',24-hour 'AtaY in 16"1141- herTtaueffO'rlitetton Suffered the "neutral" carop, as the ,Rus- .ASH
m n W v'ne 1.! Morse an)-. "Th U Red States'' supports cess to buyer" within the mar- ,'
: and lit Waco, Tex. for ratification. rad0. HIS first stop-was.the Air ,., I) ,..: 0..,.....11.1- ,...--i.....-d 441k liana I-palmated. 7 ,' ; : s' --ena4..---1!-, &. t. n ..,. ..-, ket. -4,
cess to buyer within the mar marV
V marV I ",' I .,-;'S - and U.S. Rubber. TheY will be sub- a.m. abOard -the OolUmbillie,,,w
rev wit- 'LLIV Wlo ULM Ktslatitl. ,, --- - - -, -.- --
i ''. 1 0 d mitted to the 3,5600 employes herd for, his 24-hour StaY in 10310-
WASHINGTON, May 16 (UPI) it et Glillare Cut- ., the market have"... preferred ee ee1
1 ee1 '01 I er and lit Waco, Tex. for ratification. radO., MS first stop'-was.the Air 'till: th eutral" ca p, as the Bus Bus'Beaaus
'Beaaus Bus'Beaaus ot ;111 is colleague's' Soviet yesterday it isrould not Join
d only lypossfole -fractured tibia
heroic effort, Leon Suffered e 11 Chairman Wayne L. Morse !in- "The United Sta:tes supports
, , r On the ether-hand a partial
!stmmettimarkeat 'Irionwhich there
ket. ,'-c ,-
t; ,'; ,,,,,,,, ,,, Negotia rs for the strikebolind Pored cadeltys At Colors, 0 .
e.' A ., nounced that his Senate Foreign the efforts of Latin American A,
, r staTotise rgeoqvueersntemd: a7180,,, ,,,1.- u: r'il'e a,
I lit 1 ell 11C int ',,,'"
f tone and Goodrich companies Springs, ,,-- - ''' Lle' Is' nt""n cot Bolo Ion
rirepeosrted no progress in VIII esi r ', .,5 '. ,-;-- !. .-: servatin andAreatmento .'' '617.11 .amteet Por:r I ;to create
z sit: the Far Relations Suocommittee on Lion governments to iprm one p
America has concluded two more more regional markets designed
preterrpd interests ,,,, discourages
1,,,,;-,- ,' ;,- .7,, : -,. 1- talks- with the union. The Ashton .Thei, first' senior .''clatts, of the .000drieh waviruised 'on the An' sw ,e9ntracts wit universities for Ma- to increase trado withm the area 7.1. MI inr ex,.cePti i fe.r the
Executionv, '4 has signed agreementi with, Good- neWest service academy Nill .be face and ,aheullatAers. ,,,, : ,1:
d U R bbe '(, graduated2 next- month. The s'',,''': ,
, year an .S. u r, East, The Japanese reply to the
' t e ,liote of Ma "4 was
, , Sovt t Y 0
env. ultliattions as opfartaitfinitsAomveerraiellaninvesti- and with the rest of the world, ''''net11. 6t yntle el'eeen" ef ,
- to bp '6 irt'' i- -----11',, 4 ,. tred to Russian Ambassador NI., rela- and to induce greater efficiency
, , ,., .. i President hod- th,ned re- ,. ,, .z , ... -. ,.. in ,.,.--.1.... norm. of production so that more goods !?mPritiell tind raduces 'HI.,
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the strike, , Do d, d ight t vice, left ,fornia If D C. ber countries as well. trade.
'10 4 u n sPen 4rJr: a last night to. nd state, direc 1 He went on to say: 6
, "If this process were to be
" the Hrown ,Palace Hotol in Den- toes conforsoe Of Selective ser',
"Van' $essions In, klaY Panama s Sugar "The task of formulating such centered upon the 'hafeguardin 'hafeguardinIt
It 'hafeguardinIt Viestem Big, Ihree ve,riomirrow,thlt chiefe'
xecu Iff ViCe "stem' e wilt be Retool:. tov..W. E.. Potter's Mat nteet- arrangements it complex and dif- of particular private and Inca
panted by- Mrs. Dunsmoor,. inp with officers of Canal Zone ficult. interests ft mad almost inevit- I
Planne4 to take off.from LowrY Prinowint Hut', vopetina. nuns.. eivie Councils will be executive Price Tumbling
Miele If 1 I "W. anintaA nut se lisva 2hly row'''. in tka
IMIII HOPelin Ul. ' ''' lid before 110011, -and arrive
b k' ''in 'W shin to .' about iti-oor- will're-in-ainlit-ih-e',United iiiiions. 1 -,
!;-, ,,,, ti IC tt states for,ahother' week on leave ,,,,He will meet, with offic'"ers
, The Panama price control of of,
, of, "' before returning torthe Canal Zone.' Latin American' cotmcils on Tuts- cid of one' and a half centsrionce manY
I Its rimmi paplay ., The President's wife tient to p int pun
, II It ka a v .,. ur sm s a senee, ay a p.m. a au ar. other delegations, some of general multilateral interest- in
'of Roe yesterday announced a 'P the shortcomings we see in cer- expanding trade.' he said. 0' ', r rtain
tain rtain of the preliminary plans Randall devoted th earlief 4
(tor' b IT d t 210 'in th ho rd Ig which have been suggested for part of ids address to giving- tha 7,''
.--- 1 ., -, -, .,.'; ,- ,,, DenVer earlier in the week 'te t Perantif mill Virform his du- room in the Administration The announcement said, the market integration in Latin A- delegates and observers some ifr. ''',
-' ') ', ..' -, '' be ,witti her ailing 'mother on
1 ties serve as deputy'executive' se- Building price cut was the result oi several meriea dications of the e m of -the 'sl
GENEVA4,MaY ItrarPnThe Mrs. rooild's 8Ist birthday which eretary of the oanat,zone. -on the following Tuesday, May negotiations with the local sugar ----,,asie 'hi; other delegations, Unite& States at pct.:Lent! '
Western 'Big Three 'are, atilt ,'pre- was observed iast Wednesday. Perantle Is also deliotY state di- 28 he will meet with officers of industry
, we have made out comments. i'llre all know of the recession ',
mrs. casennower wui return', tol reCtOr of the Folootly,o Serviet S311-I Uri. councils at the same .tinter l'he new retail price is n cents in the spirit of participation In in economic activity througit t
Virashitigton With the Prealdent.Item. i :cl 4 '' i.'1 ,:,v, la place. la oounci. a common ,offert to advance which my country has passed. I
will talk about extent and rapid. '''.. :
tho formulation of constructive,
rt A Ft ,4 .0 F workable plans for this aspect ity of our economic recovery ,,
Lewis., hkes,,Orr);!Kespect Echoes amiliar Roar of the economic developmont of which demonstrate the resilenel
Latin America. I,
$ of the American economy. I will
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- -4: ,,,,.,, -,, "I'-,',,T,l'.- :I!, ,' ,, The US spokesman continued: be equally plain spoilten about
WASHINGTON ItTP), p- John I of Michigan'. that ha in. time will 1 ..'litoncressman." Lewis replied. 1 I 'Now- everY nOW and then at "Wp have been impressed by the the Droblems we face. he said. t
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entire building ..." So says A. William Najjar, professor of
architecture at Pennsylvania State trniversity. His idea, "air "air.
. "air. wall construction," is shown in sketch above. With air-wall any
building, large or smell eould be coMpletely enclosed in glass
,:to control its climate. Air circulated in the space between the
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!For the past few months I have been watching a reta fine
.1 Unite go from bad to worse. Being a member of the unit I have
said; nothing about it and have done less, not because I haven't
'wanted to but because there is nothing I can do.
Perhaps some of the people who live on Army posts have at
One time or another broken the law in some minor way, such as
running a stop sign or driving a little faster than the posted
Ihnit allows, with an M.P. right behind them. Perhaps those
people wondered why they weren't stopped and given a ticket.
Well, here's the reason:
e Each time a senior officer is stopped for breaking some minor
traffic law and is given a ticket he simply puts in a call to one
of lour people. Naturally, I cannot mention who these people are.
a, 'But I can say that they hold offices sufficiently high in the Milt Milt',
', Milt', tary Police Corps here in the command that if they give In Instructions
structions Instructions (as they do each daY) to tear the picket up, you can
bet that's just what happens to it.
However, when an enlisted man is given a ticket you can
' also bet'he will be in front of his unit commander in a very short
time. Therefore, many of the Military Policemen in my unit feel
the same as I do; if the officers can get away with It why can't
the enlisted men?
What I have said Is not Just hearsay. I have seen the inci incident
dent incident too many times in the past.
sure be glad when I get out and won't worry'about it.
A Tired M.P.
No let-up of tornadoes. ft them near Oklahoma City last
hight and picked them up t morning at Cisco, Texas, where
they did plenty of damage.
Politics are in the air, an last night r heard the voice' of
Mennen Williams saying yes, was a Democrat and a fend'.
date tor President. and will be a hard man to beat.
As usual, the regular session of the Texas Legislature won't
get started and the Governor wilkhave to call a special session.
That calls for more taxes to pay' the bill.
The market is flooded with big strawberries. One will make
a mouthful but they're not tasty like the ones I hunted with
My nose when I was a boy.
dee that Hallowe'en stunt they pulled in Boauete cost Mr.
Besse his gun and he needs it to keep the wild pigeons from
eating up his crop.
Thanks to Corinne Sanberg Hinkle for keeping me up to
ciate,with clippings. She says they intend to come up next year;
I hope they do, for I am getting close to the century Markan
old litger. Oh, well, our friendly undertaker might get tired of
Flies don't eat Much. Mat must be the reason the Diable
Clubhouse management Isn't too concerned about the disease
haterd. L s:ao Chtylb
Having' eaten In this place for the past tell dais, I think
I'm An authority, on the fly condition in this eatery. Flies
crawl on the pastries, salads and bread.
L've eaten in other beaneries, but I consider Diablo the most
unhealthy place in which I've eaten lately.
They should clean up or close up.
PATRIOTISM AT NOMBRE DE DIOS
The recent till1131On of Panama by about 90 mercenaries did
not surprise me. because it was predicted several weeks in ad adonce.
once. adonce. What did surprise me was VA length of time during which
Col. Bolivar Vallarino's National Guard accepted the presence
of these invaders on Panamanian soil witnout challengin: them
Vallarin and his officers lost no time a year ago in going
into action against Panamanian students in the streets of Pan Panama
ama Panama City, and last month they were equally rapid in pursuing
Samuel Gutierrez and Padilla Beliz in the hills near Cerro Tute.
But 3000 National Guardsmen. armed with modem eollin eollininent
inent eollininent from US arsenals, did nothing to drive out 90 rezled in invader&
vader& invader& If Panama cannot Muster patriots to defend her national
territory from foreign invailon she might as well revert once
more to the status of a Colombian province. Those who will not
fight for independence do not deserve to have it.
The appeal to the Organization of American States should
have been ignored in view of the triviality of the invasion force
compared to the resources of the National Guard.
-There is room for reflection. too, on the fluent:, of the pa patriotism
triotism patriotism of the big shots who squeeze every cent of profit from
their country when things are safe, but who responded to the
Cubana' arrival in Nombre de Dios bv scuttling with their fam families
ilies families across into the Canal Viet At that moment in history they
had even less to sav about ,e sovereignty issue in the Canal
Zone than about the sovereemtv issue in Nombre de. Dios.
Yet when the smoke cleared and the Cubans were safe be behind
hind behind bars in the Carcel Model. these same heroes ot the DR DRtrlotic
trlotic DRtrlotic wars were to be seen marching in a victory parade from
Santa Ana Plaza.
walls would move sun-warmed air to the cool sides and cool
, sir to the sunny sides. When the sun is not strong enough,
',radiant heat would come from a plastit curtain with an electric
-ctirCuit imprinted in its fabric.
f P U.
NEW YORK Deep iiiside
some big plant.' in citioi spotsen
across the land from the south rtis
the smoke-grimed northern Ce Cement
ment Cement jungles, nrother has fought
broler. They are IMAM brothers.
The only blood between them
sPurted from skull lacerations
torns by 'makeshitt weapons --
short pipes, chains and Jacks.
One of the battles was It cht
not-too long ago in a giant so..4;
ern plant of the U.SSteel.-Corp.
It was the noisiest of the Skir
mishet which soon may break'
out into a national' civil 'war' be.,
imeen the unions of the
and CIO. There are insidersVwlin
wsagree on the exact point when
the strife, which could rock th:s
country, really began. ,This neels
no touch of Toynbee, the hi,stortan.
As a reporter, I star.ed trAetng
this story from the moment a
long document was han-ded to thi
steel industry leaders on the
morniLg of Tuesday, May 5.
That document was the wage
policy the demands of tho
Stcsil Union. Demands are of
many kinds. Seine, Rs the bid
for more money, the shorter
work week or a throe months'
vacation, maks immediate
headlines. Others are the Tar.
tar steak of the experts. Thoy
are the basic raw meat of con contract
tract contract negotiations.
Tucked away in the May 5 union
demands was such s clause. Note
it well. Though it has not been dis discussed
cussed discussed publicicly, it will be nego negotiated
tiated negotiated quite seriously there in the
Presidential suite of New York's
Hotel Roosevelt where eight men
talk of war and peace In the steel
This clause says:
"Suitable provisions shall be in incorporated
corporated incorporated (in the final steel
agreement AIR) te protect a against
gainst against contracting out, including
a provision that all available em emlloyes
lloyes emlloyes in the bargaining unit shall
le fully utilized On bitegaining
What this lawyers' I argon
means is: If the U.S. Steel Corp.,
for example, should decide to Add
a half mile of buildings to some
old plant, the construction work
must be done by members of the
United Steelworkers Union.
Or suppose Bethlehem Steel de decides
cides decides to build an electronics plane
on the pastures of Yazco Falls.-If
the steel industry Agrees to a con contract
tract contract including The Clase just
wientioned, the Bethlehem Steel
Co itself would have to build all
but the bare shell of the plant
and use members of the United
Steelworkers on the cor,-truction
job. That is, if the union wants the
job. If it doesn't, then the com company
pany company can go and "contract ou'--,
get a general tontractor to put up
the entire plant.
Obviously The Clause means
that the United Steelworkers U Union
nion Union would have first crack at tens
of thousands of jobs in new con construction,
struction, construction, inside expansion and
Just as obviously The Cluase
would be the answer to the re reemployment
employment reemployment of the 50,000 jobless
Steelworkers who so much con concern
cern concern union leader Dave McDon McDonaid.
aid. McDonaid. TheClause becomes doubly
- important as we come out of the
recession. Especially since most
7 experts believe that the SW)!
Union doesn't really expect to win
a shorter work week, for the cost
of a 38-hour Week would be close
I to $450,000,000 a year to the steel
And obviously, The Clait-1 hits
' directly at the 5.000,000 r )bers
, of the 19 old AFL Consuction
' Unions.. They would be done out
of the jobs and pay which Steel.
workers would be getfing On con con-
- con- struction projects in the steel in in!
! in! dustry. These AFL unions refer tO
(Presented by the Depart Depart!tient
!tient Depart!tient of Christian Education of
the Episcopal Church in the
Missionary Diocese of the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal Zorn.)
I Corinthians 10:16
"The cup of blessing which we
bless, is it the communion
the blood of Christ? The bread
which we hreak, is not the com
munion of the body of Christ?"
Christ made possible these
gifts by giving Himself. Ha gave
Himself tor us, once and for all,
on the Cross, and Be gives Him Himself
self Himself to us again and again, in
prayer and in His Sacraments.
We can find our Lord in many
ways and places, but the Holy
Communion is the particular
focus of His presence. There, by
His gift, is a door flung open into
eternity, right down in our corn cornmonplace
monplace cornmonplace daily lives a door
through which we may enter not
only to hear and think about
Him, but to be with Him.
This Sacrament Is not a son sontimental
timental sontimental keepsake or legendary
pageant. It Is the very
Ing of the King of Kings that
Ha may dwell in us and ws in
"Almighty Father, whose dear
Son, on the night before he suf suffered.
fered. suffered. did inotitute the Sacrament
of his Body and Blood; Merciful Mercifully
ly Mercifully grant that we may thankfully
receive the same in rememberance
qt him who in these holy nive nive'eries
'eries nive'eries give us a pledge of life
eternal; the same thy Son Jsys
Christ our Lord, who now liveth
And reincth yith thre and Lie
toly Spirit ever, one God, world
without end. Amen."
NEA kritei, IP&
Walter Winchell In New Yorh
MAN ABOUT TOWN
Princess Soraya, former Queen
of Iran. is taking instructions from
Father Sardl, a Roman padre.
The Vatican does not consider her
a divorced person because of the
Shah's former marriage. As ta
Catholic she could wed Prince Or Orsini.
sini. Orsini. Joe DiMaggio's baby stare
was put there by Mary Meaee
French. .Sir Laurence Olivitr
and Vivien Leigh,, dwelling arrt
since October, may 'confirm p anS
to make it permanent. .Shawnti
Smith, Indian lovely in "Flower
Drum Song,' and economist Hen-.
ry Bloch are courting. .11West
Side Story' actor Jaime Sanchez
is doing the town with Conchita
Castro, dancing kin of Fidel.
Edith Plaf's former heartbreaker,
singer Felix Marten, has latched
on to glamorous Martine Carol in
Parte., tChristine Jorgensen,
'refused a marriage license in N.
Y. hasn't tried to acquire one else.
where. .Ratml Levy, Bardot's
producer, has Vikki Taylor study studying
ing studying French between El Morocco
dates ,Cary Grant, who de.
nied quotes in an interview by Joe
Hyams (the N.Y. Herald Trib's
H'wood Spotlight), will have to'
deny them in court. Hyams,has re retained
tained retained barrister Arthur Crowley in
a suit against the star for $700,000.
U.S. Senator John L. MCCIellan
(D) of Arkansas is chairman of
the Select Committee on Improper
Activities in the Lttbor or Man Management
agement Management field, Ivas inter interviewed
viewed interviewed in the closinft soot of last
week's Armstrong Circle Theater
.When he showed up to tape the
interview everyone connected
with the program fell right out
The Clause As the "restrictive
The old AFL unions have been
conferencing recently. Some have
hired Madison Ave.. public rale.
tioni advisers for the' battle.
Some are fighting it out right in inside
side inside the AFL-CIO high command.
Some are saying privately
they'll quit the Alrl,C10 and-de
elate open war on the further C0
unions. This is the story to watch.
Such a labor civil war once shook
the land. It could again.
OFFICE IN PANAMA
1011 Central Am' at
earner ot "I" Street
of their seats because he demand-,
ed 000 payment. ,.;114thich they
paid him, to get the program on
die air. in sum. Sen; Mc Olean
got $500 to' comment about a si situation
tuation situation brought to light by big own
Peggy Lee's estranged htisband,
Dewey Martin '(they are melting
it), is the pet pupil of drama
coach Stella Adler. Onand off ber
studio stage. She is shedding ahow
man Clurman. .Paul Muni
tells intimates he will never again
act on the Broadway stage.
Visitorsl are nOW allowed 7 to vi.sit
Lee Mortimer at Midtown' Rom.
The Rockettes at Radio City, Mu Music
sic Music Hall are breathing easier,since
a mental case was picked up,by,
16th Pct. detectives. He 'selected
only that ,theater's dancers lot
shin-kicka ,as 'they 4,me ,out ttte,
stage doer. Ite is '241' Under tsy tsychiatric
chiatric tsychiatric core since bi was 6.,.
Is LyndaJones. talles' beauty and andguide
guide andguide at the World Trade Fair
(last year's Runyon Pod Girl),
marrying attorney Robert Magaz Magaziner
iner Magaziner this summer?
Don't invitk4 Hollywood teeners'
Tuesday Weld and Dwayne Hick--
man to the 'slime soda fountain.,
Nobody can figger why the me!
mortal service for the Met'e
'ward Johnson was held while ithei
entira opera comnany wan on tour
.They keep building new Mei,
edifices in midtown but most of,
the new ones can't find enowth
tenants. ..Memo to Gwen'Verdon
rooters: Don't send her sweet4
less they aro herr! candies. Sho's
allergic to ehawklit. .1101) mit.
chum is, "Paopy' Boying'en's
choice to portray the World War.
II Ace on the screen. Pappy down downed
ed downed 29 planes. On night missions be
rubbed ciggie tobacco in hiceyes
to keep awake!. Sexpot June
Blair says most of the leading
men's kisses she tasted in H'wod
wouldn't excite your grandmother
..German teen-age fans of EMI!
have a niekname for-' him: Der
Arthut Godfrey can take heart
from other showbiz greats who
came through following similar
operationsf .Katharine gornea and
THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Gliaranteed by the State
Pays 204 Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
INITIAL ,DEPOSIT $5.00
Ofe make 101111$ with, guarantees on first mortgages
or other securities
, 25c. 50c. $1.00' and $5.00
deposits are accepted thru a p eriod
of 48 weeks
individual safety deposit box:for jewelry and
documents, in 4 different sizes.
?tont St. at corner
of 7th St.
O. A. De ROUX, CARLOS MOUVNES V.,
From 1:01 am. to 110
gAniftDAyst from 1;00 stan. to'13:00 noon
Richard Rodgers. ."Sweet Bird
Of Youth," which turns 'away
more customers than any other
straight play in town, plans no
touring troupe. Vincent X.
Flaherty, Los Angeles Examiner
star, created the idea for the
Dodgers-Yankees game honoring
Campanella. Over 93,000 fans.'One
of his many sports events. .Sir
Laurence Olivier's salary fOr
"Spartacus" will cancel his ..tax
debt to Britain and just about give
our tax dept. theirs. Besidet
the Oscar, Susan Hayward's deal
on "I Went To Live' will net her
over 2 millitin but. .WNEW dee.
jay Bob Landers is Piper Laurie'S
Niter' and Herter ,fspeak only
when, they must. The Veep hasn't
d'orgottens those -i'Dtpp, Nixon' ut utterAnes.
terAnes. utterAnes. hal a 14
cat whose tad wile broken Is years
ago. Friendereveal that 'the for'i
mei star takes M'seer, Pussycat
t6 an osteopath once a week. 4.
julle Newman of "Marriage Go
Round" is getting anonyMotts
eotes tor allegedly. lulling acteir
Scott )1ridy's attentions. The 1.-
happy. notesendr is 'Toffy'
chorine. Jacqueline Scott-- and
Gordon Gray recording exec,-
middle-aisle next month. ; David
Kitchell and Jane' Hendersn,
,hoth of 'Susie Wong.' starts bar.
ing tho 'same letter-hot in st.'lew
weeks. Rhnnda Fleming's real
name js Mtioilvn Louis. .-.Burnedto-deeth
URI McIntvre's biggest
record wall titled: "1 Pnn't Want
To Set The World On Fire",
uow naughty tan you get? A
Madison Ave. shoo advertises
them as "playjamas.',
MD. Wamptort ami real estater
Robert Watt patched things tin bY
Attracting sees of attention At
L'Auberte de FrAnce with their
noo-gonoy roo, .flon't envy those
"sMart" East Side restaurants.
One chic soot owes $2.006 fish
Another is being' hounded bY
the butcher. lerustrating news
for new songwriters: One leading
tune writer had 17 recordings re released
leased released this season. He estimates
hig total royalty 'take' to date
at $63.50. Mineo and Jill
Corey musl mean it. Their neW
hide-a-woo on the coast is Pucci1s,
in Encino; .Ernest Borgnine,
vorcing his mate, once loved her
this much: "I pursued her like a
sub-chaser for almost 7 years!'
,. Anna Magnani's reply to:
"Wotild you like an American for
a husband?" is a pip. "Howtan
I answer, thatb ham, b-:o
married to one, yeti'
Headline: ,"Eddie Ind Lis get getting
ting getting Married!" (I knew 'that en.
gagement wouldn't last) Con.
nie Francis, the tio. 1 gal vocalist
on the jukes, once .wcirked at, a
Citskills resort Aor 210 per show..
Model agencies are 'moaning the
blues over the trend' in teevee to.
ward animated commercials.
Keeps their models idle. .Phyl.
lit McGuire's pear-shaped dia.
mond engagement ring weighs I
karats. .Desilu director Jerry
Thorpe will govern the next
gangster hour ahow tin! 2 pet)
for Westinghouse Playhouse. Slat Slated
ed Slated 'for Fall. The author-narrator
will be w. w. .Y.Dorothrl.aMour's
former movie Olinda ;Aoki
Diana, a dancer, &spirit to be become
come become Hawaii's first woman Sen.
ator.' .1)lidlowners are flabber flabbergasted'
gasted' flabbergasted' over a plastic medic, who
worked 011 a patient for 2 years.
Did such a fine job he has start started
ed started dating her. She's do and 'Woke
35. Ile's 44 and looks it.
,The LOula Prima-Keel? Smith
short at the Cope get" every 'ca.
pad, auditoce yelling for more.
The booldng was suggested over
a year ago when this spectator re.
viewed their singy act in Vegas.l.
no John, Blanchards of the N.Y.
Yankees expect the image any in.
1 the gendarmes
working on their best tip yet re.
garding the Tiffany window
thefts. .The Paul Newman
Joanne 'Woodward baby is keeping
them up all night. Not to Mention
their : neighbors. .The Roberts
I-WASHINGTON 'The lengthy'
Lewis Strauss to be Sscretary
of Commerce has been described
Sett'. Hugh Sco.t of 4)114:lel 4)114:lel'
' 4)114:lel' a, former cempaign manager
or Thomas Dewey, at nit-,
, 4'A, lourney !nth the Ignition' of
trivia, he calls it,
Most Senators, however', 'disa 'disagree.
gree. 'disagree. More and more who' have
tAlowed the. testimony feel that
it boils down to two all-important
questions. They are:
Did' Strauss- &city the fre
oldest, the American people,' and
the Congress in his activities as
chairman of the Atomic Energy
Contmiasion2 If so, Senate critics
believe he 'would also be deceptive
sa Secretary of Commerce., ',--
2. Hag Strauu so broademl the
question of executive privilege
that bo'h Congress and the public
1 ire denied their right of knowing
what the executived branch of
government it doing,. :'
, other words, yAU the- govern government
ment government renolnue to operate in a gold goldfish
fish goldfish bowl as during mos If our
180 -years, or-will it operate In
a Kremlin? :
IT'be restrktions placed by
Streuss: on giving' information to
Congress are the most severe e ever
ver ever imnosed by a high offiesi in
time ef .neste. They set,a high
IsAtermark- for peacetime censor,
had ,been ipettlating.
Anderson.' however, -got a ruling
from 'the ACOrney General, that
he,Anderson, should give ,Con
grasp the information, and he did.
lie believed there was no' "exe "executive
cutive "executive privilege'? regarding com
tnodity speculators ,.merely be4
Sylvester's,. who thawt divorce
would solve things, decided that
Love is their favorite 4 letter
word. ...The Paris pule is that
tho Ouy Schoellers (Francoire
Sagan) ave add eeti. lk
singer- Josh 'White's dgtr Bever.
ly quietly merged with auto deal dealer
er dealer Tyrone Saunders. The big
"Emmy' mystery. Why Mickey
Rooney (in his oneman show)
didn't win one, but techniCians for
Many Senators want to make
surg this- doesn't constitute pre precedent,
cedent, precedent, aki Senate approval of
a4Iniral to Secootary of
Commerce probably would.'
Here 7-ata facts: Strip us
merit's on, the theory stilt when
ever he talks to -a 'member of the
White House Staff abont any ,enb ,enbject
ject ,enbject whatsoever, then' bo is auto.
maticallv v.tonged from ,giVinq Con
wrest any Information on that sub:
In &her 'words, all be, or any
othor hurosurrgt. has to do is
;pick. un the 'phone and call a
metnhor of the White House staff
and discuss I-matter on which
nemertt alov want information.
After 'that, they are vestei with
the rioht to deny information on
that subject to Congress.
, Reason Senders are alarmed is
that sthis is a brand new doctrine;
teciink lt ued n an all.
embracing vover-Up of anything
embarrataing any btireaucrat.
For instanetti; when sen-'
tow Afidersob ;Nevi Sat
64,,114,,,Secretary of Agriculture,
waeasked by 'Congress 4o give
it the names of those srting
in the grain, market. was
embarrassing' WAS 4WW Woe LI
For- President', Trumanta personal
' 'Mother was ,
6 He was born
, in a log
.1 "Lily maid
, country 1
14 Small finch 1
15 Winter apple
- group (lib.)
' la Bittee vetch
. 25 Consume
' 30 Shield bearing
34 Back talk
',18 Canvas shelter
39 He --d
' himself to
42 Cloth measure
45 Growing out
1 48 King of 0
' 4 Judah, (Bib.)
54 Cuddle N,
t 55 Not fresh
- 51 States art)
i Wile of Nets
4 Butter Butter'
' Butter' poking device
7 Art (Latin)
IS His debater
7 Art (Latid) 20 Oxidiiing
principle s 21 He lost sit
9 Vaster election to
10 Seines the U.S.
12 Storehouse 22 Deesys
13 His debates 23 Singe
with Douglas 24 Ailments
4.--ed with 27 Number
the issue of 28 Statue
slivery 29 Depression
18 Tibetian 35 Thick
wild sheep 30 Eggs
cause' the'' Infirmatioe treolvi
the", White!ltouse, -7. ,.
' 'Strauss, on"' the contrary,--has ''., ...-- ,-
faltly refused. to give Congress tn-' ,. '..
brmation resenting, the .,,,Dixon,.. 7
Yates contact, the biggest conflict--,... ..,..
of-interest edse. since T 4 I P 9 tj,.'-'; i'
Dome.' And:be still refusei; ,-' .. .:-.'' e
-.Testifying before the Senate- In-'-,. ''-.7"
terstate Commerce Committee re,..:. -:
cently,' he states,that even' if-the ..
Attorney Genet... r t' t It fq"", --,1
ahould testify. he ( , ... ',
,-, Time after tir .
on:Yates hearth ,.,
ed to answer i
particularly -wa 1
had led President-Elseralower-out,---.....,,,,.
on a limb with his: statement ot..,
Jute, 29, 1955,' that Menzel-Nag
never called in or siker a', single'
thing 'about :ths Dizon-Yetes .conot. '',
tract."',. -''' .',- ---,';',-,-,,,,- ,:--,..z ,',-..
, The President had midi,' this 'ON-
,roneous, etatementin denying this' ..,
writer's account of :a-secret. noc,' t,
turns' conference between Streams'
Adolphe Wensell,-the' banker's re representative
presentative representative planted Weide"-, the'
Budget Bureau, end others.. Some.".'
oncobvioutly had led the Presi
dent estrer with- false ..., informs,
tiOn; and the- Senators wanted le
knont who.-, .f, ', d'.. ,.... .-' .-,
1- But Strauss refuted to talk.. Hle,:,
counsel,- William ,Mitchetl,';,wer,
Asked whether S,rause wee '' fol
.lowinghis advice. .... ',
' "I can tell you, Senator. I 'did e
not advite him on .this, Mitchell -, .-
told Itefauver of- Tennesece, .''
"bid you get any advice?" ask.'
et! Senator O'Mahoney of Wyom
... "No sir,. t ,have not,". Strauss
replied. -, ,
'Then your judgment 'about),
what is privileged and what lel
not ,is your own?' '.-- '' 7
, "I will have 'to stand en that,
SenAtor'," replied Strauss. 4
O'Mahoney. a noted constitution s'
al ,lawyer, then explaine4 thst 4
Concrete had written the law es-
tablishing the' Atornie, Energy
Cemmission so as'to require full 1,
renorts, to Congress.
"The purpose of the Atemic E-'
herce Act," reminded -0'Mohoney,'
. ;was to establish 'the
closest 'liaison, between the Con Congress
gress Congress and the Comminion so. that
nothble could- be done without the
Imesledge of the people's -re. .,,
preeenfatives in Congress.
"And I say to you,' Admiral
in' all oincerity, that in a matter
of -title PolictrtrY,notriotie ser servant
vant servant of the government should
coma forward and soy 'this; is
the story. ", . .i ,:.
B Strauss still refused t an. ,,,, ,
awe the.,,questions.", And,..receot4
to Ali. Wore' apothett:VOnini ;
tee',0( the 'Senate, the,Interstotts, -,
Commerce Committee,'- Stroup.
made it clear he, still would.,4.not,!-
Thus Strauss has broadied, the
socalled executive privilege first
ond by doing ,,so entirely, on his
own authority. , 4,,
ACTRESS SUED ,
LOS ANGELES WMItalian
actress Gia Scala was sued for
$16,5111 damages today by a
salesman who claimed be suf suffered
fered suffered nick and back injuries id
an auto- collision vrith' her car.,
Sidney Lang charges in tis Sc-
perior Court, suit Miss Scala was
driving a car which ,colhded
with his add Jan. 22. , ,, ''
- ,;- ,
Answer to Previous Punt 0 4
moo MWW0 URRU
41 Indian tont
43 Litt of
44 Volcanic rodc
48 Things done
48 Malt drinics
.1 Son, on the night before he suf- sun t,entrai Ivo. ni irrUiat Olu illio CU1111151'
44 A SKIN OF CLASS--"We'll hang a skin of glass around the earner of "I" Street of 7th St. the looking wa lig-gaged over -
1 1 entire building .." So says A. William Najjar, professor of
, fered, did inetitute the Sacrament ,,, a year go when this spectator re., ,,,,,, i.,
of his Body and Blood; Merciful-
2 architecture at Pennsylvania State Vniversity. His idea, "air- viewed their singy act in Vegas.1, it,, ,-Aak ,, 0 , ) $ -0) (0
Iv grant that we may thankfully O. A. De ROUX, CARLOS MOUVNES V net John Blancher& of the N.Y. ', '' ;ow i -. 1.- :, ,, ,,, , ''.
4 wail construction," is shown in sketch above. With air-wall any I
receive the same in rememberance Yankees expect the image any in.
it building, large or small eould be coMpletely enclosed in flan Manager Sub-Manager
qt him who in these holy mvs- ning. .,Aren't the gendarmes 0 ,i) 1
,,O, to control its climate. Air circulated in the space between the
eries give us a pledge of life HOURS: working on their best tip yet re. le ,
1 1 walls would move sun-warmed air to the cool sides and cool
garding the Tiffany window
; '', air to the sunny sides. When the sun is not strong enough, 1 AVNOMOOA im'erkt n r 1
' radiant heat would come from a plastic eta tain with an electric
1 ternal; the same thy Son Jsys
Christ our Lord, who now liveth
And reinoth yith thre and Lie
Prom 8:00 am. te 12:30 p.ni. thefts,. ,.' Ate Paul Newman
Joanne 'Woodward baby is keeping :- .0,
'ft ,,oircult Imprinted tnitsf abr is. gAniftroAyst from 1.00 a.m. to 13:00 noon
, , toly Spirit ever. one God, world ,,. them up all night. Not to Mention ,
, ,;;;;,4; ,,,, -! N K without end. Amen." thee: neighbors. .The Roberts
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ADMIRAL, i 4 1,
Congress in- ,1
, Ihg DA0111, 7 :
',gest conflict.--,.., .:.. f 1
e Teapat',,. !I
..fuseis. ,4. : 1 i :
Senate' In- -,
ommittee re--4, L
t even if2the '11
., t I 1 '1""'''' c
, ig ; I
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, -. I
knwIt.xliet,:zea:u$60:04.4vaute:,, ,t i, ; i., 4,,
liked a- single'
noide this ON it -,',1,' r 4
denying this -,
a- secret noc..-' t,
'ween Strauss ti
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the smoke-grimed northern ce cesesweet.
meat jungles, nrother has fought 10 Li
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broler. 'Joey ars union brothers. '; v , "A, tourney IMO the territtory of tomation regal:colic 1,ho Daon,
, wept day, Letters are publishod the order roceivad. The only blood between them 4 t 4- 7
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, it Malt Senators, however; 'disa- of-interest edse' since T e s z. t 1
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' '' ::4..4, : A SKIN OF CLASS-"w bang a skin o g
fnered, did inetitute the Sacrament ealefteFrenottraalrAp e4.reet
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CARLOS MOUVNES V" 1,
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be completely enclosed in glass
' receive the same in rememberance
qt him who In these
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r ;...:, ..,1, building, large or smell eould
,estaggeethndeanrYMien; ' sill' '' : ; ';','-- '::''';-: 0 4
:""..- 40 to control its climate. Air circulated in the space between the ,eries
givetb us a pledge of life
terns': the same thy Son Jsut
'. 4!: l' walls would move sun-warmed air to le cool sides and cool
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' ''' .' air to the sunny sides. W a wstirthonaga eanteocutgrhic,
Christ our Lord, who now liveth
' i':..'' ''' -radiant heat would come frohmen thpleasetniencuertaninnt ,sAnilmirtAtoyms :11 flreoma.M.1;00testio12:3t00 11137:0 0 noon
' ''..": 'i' ''. -circuit imprinted in its fabric.
, nd reineth yith threrland.1.11 i 4.1,0,an n, e...y00dn .,,,wi all ta,ty 1.1 keeping
, ., ,,
homes once stood.
The homes were battered to the
'ground by city bulldozers minutes
after the screaming, fighting Are Arechigas
chigas Arechigas were forcibly removed.
, The property was condemned
1951 by the city housing authority
to make way for ,a housing proj-i
ect mat ranee to materialize. The
ProPerty novi' will be bsed as a'
recreation-parking area for a pro proposed
posed proposed zoo, and the Los Angeles
Dodgers' baseball stadium.
Confronted with evidence of the
propert3P, holding 5, Manuel's
daughter, Mrs. Victoria Angus Angus,
,411Whatte Arlie fussaboutVe
never denied'owning einy' proper property,
ty, property, No one asked us if we' did,
and when we were asked &bold it
we admitted it."
As the case now stands, there
is an eviction order by tbe city
health department condemning
the Arechigss' camp site as uni
sanitary. They muet pack dp their
tent by-Arriday,and 3110110 OUt
Look for the name
before you buy
SA'I'ltDAT, MAY 11, 1959
WASHINGTON; May 15 --(UPI)
--Governor Luis Muiloz Marin of
Puerto Rico charged today th'at
his political opponents were
blocking a plebiscite in the
island's political future with "ex "excuses"
cuses" "excuses" and "pretexts."
Muitoz -asserted that the Puer Puerto
to Puerto Rican Legislature was fully
qualified to call for a popular vote
on three choices: independence;
statehood, or 'enntinued cornmota cornmotawealth:
The Govemor issued' a state;
ment challenging the Island State Statehe,,i"
he,,i" Statehe,,i" Par y's demand that the
Congres", 'first,' ,authorizi
stv:'t a plebiscite.
"Nothing prevents the Puerto
Ric-n Legislature from calling .k
riehiseitig,' be said. "Surely 'the
RL,oublicaifjatehood leaderk muSt
vitt nOt authorize 'a plebiscite'
- even' if Ole President btlf the
,0 Uri ed Stktes asks for Its
Muftoi was apparently refer refer,
, refer, ring to Congressionarjeluctance
to modify the present'U.S.-Puer,
to 'Rican relations exc'ept at the
express request of the island's
, pentdarly elneted authorities,
He nevertheless invited the
Statehood Party to bring their
reeuest formally to the U.S. and
sel for themselves how it will
'4,'floz contention that the U Uni'ed
ni'ed Uni'ed States will abide only b a
rirrity decision of the Puerto
Rican, people appeared strength strength:'by
:'by strength:'by tresident Eigenhower's
remark Yesterday that he;would
be "astIMIshed" if a statehbod
Neissciry As Mon
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (UPI)----
Edward, Costley, 33, of Glencoe,
forced. an Eastern Air Lines
plane to ,J.inake an emergenv
landing hero Wednssday when he
apparently attempted to take his
Costley was found in the
re.it room of the plane en
route from New Weans to
Newark, N.J., by the plane's en engineer
gineer engineer after he had cut his arm
twice with a razor blade.
The plane -made an emergency
!Wine here and Costley was
rushed by ambulance to St. Mar Margaret's
garet's Margaret's Hospital where he, Wag
given' emergency treatment. He
was later turned over to city de detectives
tectives detectives who questioned him at
police beedgdarters before releas releasing
ing releasing him.
LOS ANGELES (UPI) The
Arechiga familyrecipients of na.
tionwide, sympathy add, cash
donations since being forcibly
evicted last Friday from their
Chavez Ravine homk owns at
leastql houses worth an .estimat .estimated
ed .estimated $75,0K
The properties, several of Which
are rente return a "substantial
yield." Two of the houses, con contain
tain contain double apartments.)
One of the homesa three-bedroom
structure near Chavez Ra Ravineis
vineis Ravineis unoccupied, but the Are Arechigas
chigas Arechigas refused ,to move in
t Instead, the,famil of Manuel,'
72,i' and his wife, Abram', 66, plus
o daughter and son-in-law and
two small grandchildren, have
lived in a tent in Chavez Ravine
since Friday. ,
Thoir crude tent, 'ind now a
amen house grailer, which was do dotutted
tutted dotutted two days ago by a sympa sympathetic
thetic sympathetic manufacturer, are ,011 the
,aite yhere their two, ramshatide,
ipameemitatowaevessmotemansosto a...A.004k ...Imo OWN,
LITTLE MODELS:-Small-fry models at a benefit fashion show this evening sponsored by the 20,30 Ciub for Patronato del Hospital
' del Nth (Children's Hospital) 'will include, from left, Patricia Henriquez, Diana Morales, Gerhard, Anabella Guardia Escoffery
and Marta Elena Bremer Escoffery. The event is scheduled for tonight at the Chinese Club on Avenida Balboa near the American
Embassy. Two round-trip tickets to San Jos; Costa Rica, will be awarded as door prizes.
Minioz Marin Charges Opponents
Block Puerto Rican Plebcite
drive began with only one party
The governm recalled that at
first the State libod Party had
asked Or a plebiscite only between
commonwealth and statehood.
Its' new request that previous
authorization, be asked from the
U.S. Congress another excuse,
another pretext, another way of
preventing the plebiscite from
taking place," Muhoz said.
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.CONISTON, Eng. (1111)--Thinald
Campbell blended -superstitions,
science and-4 prayer yester yesterday
day yesterday to set a new world water
speed record of 260.35 miles an
Campbell piloted his jet jetpowered
powered jetpowered hydroplane Bluebird on
twin dashes' of 275.15 and 245.55
miles an hour over a:. measured
course on Lake Coniston to break
his own record'of 248.62 miles an
The record-smashing feat came
on a hunch.
Campbell is superstitious about
the number 13. Wednesday night,
may 13, he found Bluebird ready
and Coniston's waters suitable, so
he made a couple of practice
But the aging boy wonder of
speed waited aintil yesterday
morning for his crack at the rec record,
ord, record, lyacked by his younge wifes
prayers and a lifetime of scien scientific
tific scientific research and development.
Me lake country mist hungtlike
ragged balloons over Compton
when Campbell, 38, buckled on
bis yellow jet pilot's helmet and
eased himself into the cockpit'of
the jet plane-liko Bluebird.
Short, squat crew chief TAO
Villa gave him a Churchillian V Vvictory
victory Vvictory finger wave and Bluebird
zoomed away. Mrs. Campbell, a
pretty blond torch singer, stood
on shore and prayed.
The Bluebird blurred across
Coniston's mirror surface. A
bushy tailed cloud of spray
Campbell had broken' the rec record
ord record he set on Coniston last No-1
vember. Ile eased the Bluebird
un to the dock. threw back the
glass cockpit and lit a ciga;ette.,
Evidd 'Family, Flooded With Gifts
kiaSylivathy, Is Big ?roperty Ownet
Tuz PANAPti'ABILTILI CAN -'AIX NDITINDENT BAITS wEvisrArra
Ike's Pp Billion Defense Budget
FM. Overhaul By Subcommittee
WASHINGTON RIPI)--A House
lappripriations subcommittee has
voted tentatively to overhaul
President 4 Eisenhower's record
$40,850,000,000 peacetime defense
budget to provide a speed-up in
missile and anti-submarine pro progra
gra progra ms without substantially
changing the overall total, it was
Informed sources' said the' sub subcommitteei.
committeei. subcommitteei. which handles defense
money requests, recommended a
bill carrying ,jitst about the $39,-
250,000,000 total sought by:Eisen by:Eisenhnog
hnog by:Eisenhnog we r for :major military spend spendThe
The spendThe committee ivas said to
have achieved this by beefing up
some programs and trimming
The extra funds were tinder tinderstood
stood tinderstood -to, ,have; beeil earmyked
Or's; IteoVal4PO4411..411, mustIO
,programs and- leavier emphasis
'on anti-submarine defenses to
meet Russia's challenge .in the
fields of rocket and underseas
To .help offset these increases,
the Subcommittee voted to scut scuttle
tle scuttle a 260-pound million dollar
Navy request for a new super air aircraft
craft aircraft carrier. 1
The President's request for $1,-
600,000,000 in military construc construction
tion construction funds, which brought his to total
tal total defense budget to the $40,850,-
090,000 mark, is handled in sep separate
arate separate legislation.
The revamped $39,250.000,000
measure will go before the full
House Appropriations Committee
in about two weeks. It is expect expected
ed expected to come up for action by the
subCommittee also was re reported
ported reported to have hiked funds for the
One Of Top Ten
',Most' Wonted' Men
Captured In Texas
EL PASO, Tex. (UPI) FBI
agents captured pajama-clad bank
robber Emmett Bernard Kervan,
one of the nation's "10 most want wanted
ed wanted fugitives' last night in
an apartment he rented from the
mother of Jack Curtice, head foot football
ball football coach at Stanford University.
Kervan,- 51,, is wanted for the
$29,445 robbery of a branch of the
Merchants Bank and Trust Co. at
East Nortvalic, Conn., last Feb. 5.
He had 5921 with him and a bank
book shoaring $750 on deposit
Kervan was unarmed when cap captured.
tured. captured. The FBI said he often car carried
ried carried a snub-nosed revolver and
stas "extremely dangerous.'
- But Curtice's mother, Mrs. M.S.
Curtice,, 'who rented the apart apartment
ment apartment to him March 23 and lived
next -.door, didn't think so.
,-,"He appeared to be a nice gen gentleman,"
tleman," gentleman," Mrs. Curtice said. "He
habitually dressed well and pre pretented
tented pretented distinguished appearance
with his broad shoulders and iron irongray
gray irongray hair.
When Mrs. durtice fell re recently,
cently, recently, Xervan took her to a hos hospital,
pital, hospital, visited her ,several times
and took flowers to her, she said.
Kervan criughs crmtinuously.
The FBI, said be believes he has
an incurable 'case, of tuberculosis
with Only a short time to live and
therefore claimed to have little
fear of death. But he put up no
fight. when agents literally caught
He was hustled before U.S.
Commissioner Henry', Clifton for
arraigement. and 4odged in the
Kervan told Mre. -turtle. be
war a gents' technician, and
planned 'to enter business in El
Paso.. She 'said, he told her be
came' to El Paso, for his' health.
He said he suffered from asthma.
In Washington,, FBI Director J.
Edgar Hoover said Kervan has a
"coastto.coast" arrest record and
has been conviited of such crimes
as counterfeiting,' grand, larceny,
burglary'and violation of parole.
National Guard and Army re reserves
serves reserves in a move to block admin administration
istration administration plans to trim these for forces
ces forces by 10 per cent in the year
beginoing July 1.
The subcommittee was said to
have made no change, in moneY
earmarked for nuclear subma submarines,
rines, submarines, to be armed with the Po Polaris
laris Polaris 1,500-mile missile.
Mall Box Built
By Alabama Man
GORDO, Ala. (UPI),--blail car carrier
rier carrier ,C. O. Burkbaltermay ,Ntye
the 'ofily.,'.'betteri-Swereit mair,
box IA the' country on his route.'
Samuel Stewart, a ,Negro. esti estimated
mated estimated he has spend some 300
working hours on the mailbox
which bag been approved by the
Post Office Department although
it is still unfinished.
The box sits in a track 0,n Oil Oilers.
ers. Oilers. Thirty minutes before Burk Burkhalter
halter Burkhalter is due it automatically
rolls out six feet to be served.
After mail is delivered. it rolls
The signal for the box on a
Pickens County road is a flag
with ',multi-colored .lights which
flash when outgoing mail is in the
box. After the box is closed the
circuit is broken and the lights
Batteries power an electric mo motor
tor motor which is controlled by a time
clok for its journeys to the road roadside.
-CANN' --ES,9rr' ar)ce' (UPI) Kim
Novak stood 'the Canned Film
Festival on its 'sunburned ear to today
day today vAth demonstration of how
Hollywood stars used to act in the
days when everything was for forgiven
given forgiven if ,they had beauty and
Since the big Chicago blonde
filled both requirements she won
a personal and professional suc success
cess success Wednesday night at the
world '-' premiere of her new
Columbia film," "Middle of the
Night,' one. of 'the two official
Amerkan festival entries.
Miss Novak has been criticized
for- one thing and another since
her, arrival here Tuesday. But as
any movie historian could have
predicted,. the complaints turned
to tbeers the moment she made
her 4 first public appearance
A ,,,elinging, revealing gown of
white and sapphire jersey helped.
the '-'crowd outside the festival
theater gasped and applauded as
she. stepped out of her car and
Miss Novak with a smile of ac acknowledgment,
knowledgment, acknowledgment, swept to her seat
in the grand, manner of her Hot Hotlwood
lwood Hotlwood predecessor, Jean Harlow.
And of a small band of inter international
national international stars, Miss Novak alone
produeed tlie old-style star ex excitement.
Ordered her chauffeur to out outrun
run outrun 'nip press motorcade and dis disappointed
appointed disappointed hundreds of authograph
fans by dodging away to the villa
of Prince Aly Khan instead of the
suite prepared for her at the
Announced when her hideout
was discovered that she was go going
ing going to bed but instead slipped out
to a nearbv village to dine and
dance till dawn with Cary Grant.
Bluntly canceled all television
and press Interviews.
Arranged a party tonight on
Aly Khan's yacht for Cary Grant
AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands
1Ni) Ninety nine Venetian pi pigeons
geons pigeons of the variety that inhabits
San Marco Square have taken up
residence in Amsterdam's main
'rhe birds, a friendship gift
rom Italian journalists, joired
.the existing colony of "Dutch"
pigeons in front of the Nth-Century
royal palace. The Venetibn
pigeons can be recognized by
green rings around their left legs.
This comfortable VON BED folds away
There's all the comfort of a regular non-folding model in this compact,
convenient folding bed. The Von Rollaway is quick and easy to
fold away, with all the bedclothes inside. In the daytime you simply
wheel it out of sight it's fitted with castors. The Rollaway bed has a
sturdy iron frame, and special springs along the sides and ends
for complete comfort.
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HONORED ON DEPAR'EURE Two sergeants from the Adjutant General's Office, U S. Army
Caribbean, were honored as they prepared to depart from the command. Certificates of
achievement were presented to bil,'Sgt. Phil H. Brown, chief clerk in the section,, who has
been reassigned to the U.S. Army Mission in Costa Rica, and Sfc. Charles M. Rasmuson of the
personnel management section, who will leave soon for the Antiaircraft and Guided Missile
, Col. C. A. Bea 11,'adjutant
School at Fort Bliss, Tex. Pictured from left are Br9wn, Rasmuson
general, and Maj. Lawrence R. Chase, chief of the personnel actions branch.--(Army Photo)
TRANSPORTING A MiSSILEHeavily paddded Army Redstone missile is eased aboard an
, Air Force Globemaster in Detroit. Missile is flown to Florida for testing at Cape Canaveral.
Ask to see it at your local store
Trade Enquiries to : DAVID PLUM E. H LTDA., CAM SA., De. Apartado 142, PANAIdA
yew panamanian anythican atioriation
THE NATIONAL SYMPHONY
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Under the direction of LWoward
Atin P01101110: Rio Theatr,e Thursday May 21, 1959, 8:00 p.me
In Colon: Colon Theatre Friday May 22, 1959, 8:00 p.m.
All Tickets reserved Price: $2.00 and $1.00
Tickets for Panama performance can be had at
Avenida Peru No. 66 (near Bella' Vista Theatre)
Tel& 3-7963 3-3018
The Concert will begin at exactly the appointed time.
No one will be permitted to take his seat while a nuMber is being played.
PARKING FACILITIE-S', AND TRAINED ATTENDANTS
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'50 XE GIVEN NEXT WEEK BY CRISTOBAL WOMAN'S CLUB
11.-'44 The anillikt meeting luncheon and installation of offl offl-
- offl- ears of the Caribbean College Club is planned for next Sat Satrday,
rday, Satrday, May 21, at the Breakers Club. Entertainment will in inelude
elude inelude vocal selections by the ran-Can-Ettes.
Mrs. IV. Grady,,club president, has asaed that reser reserlitions
litions reserlitions for members and guests be made before Wednesday.
,:b College Club officials also announced that winner of
the annual scholarship would be announced Wedhesday
Ins an Awards Day ceremony at Cristobal High School.
' 'g Cloyton NCO Wives
I kayo Coffee Meeting
N. The Fort Clayton NCO Wives
'-., ,Club met tis week in the ball ball.
. ball. ,. room of the NCO Club to corn corn'.
'. corn'. ', Ode plans for the fashion and
.:. '-' hair style show to be held Tues.
,;': 'day evening in the Clayton Ser Ser,
, Ser, Tice Club.
. ,, ,, Mrs. Donald M. Zeis was, wel wel.',.
.',. wel.',. romed back after a visit with her
.-4- daughter and family in the States.
' .- The raffle prize, a lacquered boil
'..? -was won by Mrs. Ralph F. Brown
"; '''.,, firs. Luther C. Wyrick and Mrs.
'. ravid W. Stout were hostesses
'tor the coifee.
',.' riArs. Jose Menendez Fetes
,IAWC Cooking Class
, Mrs. Jose Menenez of the Pa Pai
i Pai Aama Exposition Grounds exter exter,:
,: exter,: gained Thursday at a luncheon for
, Inethbers of the Cooking Class of
, the Inter-American Women's
, Among those attending were
-i: 'Edith Dean, Marina Nolan, Margie
Whalen, Ellie Hatzel, Debbie Hol Hol.
. Hol. lingworth, Margie Johnston, Ana
de Ligo, Peggy de Paz Rodrl Rodrlguez,
guez, Rodrlguez, Fine Somudi, Terre Bunnell,
, Melida Salvador, Doris Patton,
, Marguerite Tribaldos, Rosita Her Hernandez,
nandez, Hernandez, Gloria Endara, Natalia
Rivera. Adela de Hernandez, Am Ampars
pars Ampars de Brostella, Ida de Abod,
Carolina Perez de Morales, Ame Ame.
. Ame. Ili de Aseunarena and Angela M.
. de Hinds.
, Initial Now Officers
. The Catholic Daughters of A AIntrica,
Intrica, AIntrica, Court Sancta Maria 447,
.bsstalled newly-elected officers at
4. oecial meeting this week.
eihe installation ceremony was
ducted by the Territorial De De..
.. De.. 4
puty, Mrs. Edlermae Duff.
Assuming Lice were Mrs. Do Dorothy
rothy Dorothy Rose, grand regent; Miss
Ann Barnett, vice grand regent;
Mrs. Margaret Hern, prophetess;
Mrs. Joan Belden, lecturer; Miss
Mary E. Murphy, his.orian; Mrs.
Phylis Best, financial secretary;
Mrs. Helen Wise, treasurer; Miss
Cecilia Wensing, monitor; Mrs.
Sally McFadden, sentinel; Mrs.
Audrey Kincaid, organist; and
Mrs. Gregoria Conn, Miss Anna
Taverna, Mrs. Pauline Dal lin and
Mrs. Modest Kozlowski, trustee.
A special program and social
hour followed the installation ce ceremony.
remony. ceremony. --
Birth A nnounce m ent
A daughter, who will be named
Tamara Ju-isn, yas born May 7
at Gergas Hospiial to Dr. and
Mrs. E. P. Skirokov of Diablo
Dr. Shirokov is chief of the
Gorges Hospital surgicitl service.
Gulick NCO Wives
Visit Tabega island
Members and guests of the Fort
Gulick NCO Wives Club attended
a recent outing ti Tabogs Island.
Luenh at the hotel and relaxation
and shelling on the beach were
highlights of the day.
, Guests included Mrs. Joan
Christianson, Mrs. Helen Curan,
Mrs. Boanche Eneleton. Mrs. He.
Grimminger, Mrs. Dean Kish.
Mrs. Flo Paris. Mrs. Kay Pratt,
Mrs. Cathy Ryeback, Mrs. Ann
St. Cyr, Mrs. Terry Sherry. Mrs.
Shirley, Strezeman, Mrs. Marvls
Thornton, Mrs. Doris Thompson.
Members making the trip were
Mrs. Nancy Bekanin, Mrs. Fran
Berger, Mrs. trudy tray, Mrs.
Audrey Bald, Mrs. Lavella Greene
:30 p. m.
i BALLROOM DANCE CLASSES,
, Classes for all ages from 6 years to 19 years old.
(MEDAL, SILVER, GOLD AND BRONZE GROUPS)
May 28th Thursday from 3:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
May Soth, Friday from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Studio 'in Wirt Memorial Bldg. next to K. of C.
Speck' 24 Hour Lessons $12.00
Including Jamboree Party
Children and Teenage "SPECIALIST"
'HARNETT SI DUNN
Also group classes and private lessons for adults.
Members of Dance Master, Dance Educators and
Terns. of Calif.
"Guest D. J."
, PBS Panamerican
Mrs. Vi Him, Mrs. Sylvia Hedges,
airs. eio 'Henning, Airs. Fran IA.
due, Mrs. Millie Moon, Mrs. Al.
Vinci MUM birth douy morns, Mrs.
Connie Norris, Mrs. Mary Jane
eearson, airs. Nora Perry, Mrs.
Martye Saunders, Mrs. Terry
Trask, Mrs. Caroline Weir, Mrs.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Canal Zone Central Labor U Union,
nion, Union, Metal Trades Council, will
be held in the Margarita Sergice
Center tomorrow morning at 8:30
To Ionmorary Grade
Headquarters, U.S. Army Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean announced this week that
first temporary appointments to
grade t-9 have bzen made to en enUs
Us enUs ea personnel in this command.
The followihg master sergeants
(E-8) were given the E-8 grade
of sergeant major Nicolas G. Da Davila.,
vila., Davila., rieadquarters, U.S. Army
Traming Center Caribbean, Fort
Buchanan, P.R.; Robert. E O'Shea,
Fort Brooke Dt achment, U.S.
Army Garrison, Fort Brooke-Buchanan;
Gene G. Ward, SeCurity
Service Detachment, Fort Ama Amador;
dor; Amador; Allen R. Kline, U.S. Army
Garrison, s'ort Amador;. Edward
Sidberry, Headquarters and Head Headquarters
quarters Headquarters Company, lst Battle'
Group, 20.11 Infantry, Fort Kob Kobbe,
be, Kobbe, end Joe Milan, Headouar ers
and Headquarters Batttry, h
Gun Battision, 517th Artillery,
Other promotions made includ
ed tne following mas.er ,vrgean.s
(E-) nameu Lor .ne teinkurary
pay traue maater sergeant (E (E0);
0); (E0); Jusepli 1. afougiewit.L, wayne
J. Gaynor and balvi J. ',aqui ',aqui(lard,
(lard, ',aqui(lard, aleadquarters, USARCAB,J;
Raymona L. 1 earson, USARCIR1B
Sc000t, ort Gutirk, Edward
P. Rochztte, USAR, Advisory
Group fUSAtt),, For. Brooke,
ford K. Doll, Rodriguez USAH,
on Brooke anu Bamon H. Do Domenech,
menech, Domenech, 542nd MP Company,
Those recommended for appoint appointment
ment appointment to E-8 or E-9 must, be
qualified to perform' duties in a
key position requiring' the high highest
est highest level of professional com competence
petence competence and the highest degree
of leadershtp or supervisory abi ability.
lity. ability. These appointments to grades
1E-8 and E-9 were made on a best
qualified basi after consider considerration
ration considerration by the USARCAR1B enlist enlisted
ed enlisted promotion board, composed
of officers and enlisted, men se selected
lected selected from units within the coinmend.
Next Week's Firing
Announced By Army
Elements of U. S. Army Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean will engage in practice firing'
next week on the following ache acheule.
ule. acheule. On Monday, Tuesday, Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday and Thursday troops from
the Jungle Warfare Training Cen Center
ter Center will be firing rifles and light
machine guns At PIN Field fir firing
ing firing and light artillery ranges. Ac Activity
tivity Activity will be conducted on a 24-
hour-a-day schedule, with the
exception of Thursday when the
range will be cleered at p.m.
The maximum altitude is 300 feet
and the maximum horizontal range
is 150 yards.
Weapons firing also wilt take
place on a 24-hour-a-day basis in
the Rio gat() area Tuesd av
through Friday, when the 4th Gun
Winn. 517th Artillery, is to
fice rifles and 105mm howitzers.
The maximum altitude will be
11,100 fset and the borizcmtal
range will be 9,300 yards.
Beginning Tuesday and continu continuing
ing continuing through Sunday the Rio Hato
area will be the scene of general
weapons activity 24 hours a day.
D Company, lst Battle Group,
20th Infantry, is scheduled to fire
pistols, mortars, carbines and
recoilless rifles during this time.
Maximum altitude is 571a feet and
the range is 7400 yards.
On Friday the USARCARIB
School will utilize the Pine Light
Artillery Range for firing rocket
launchers and recoilless rifles
from 7 cm. to 5 p.m., with the
maximum altitude 500 feet and
the horizontal range 7,300 yards.
All this month firing is being
conducted at Venado Beach from
7 cm. to 4:30 p.m. daily. Ele Elements
ments Elements of the ist Battle Group,
20th Infantry, are .firing machine
guns and rifles. with the maxi maximtma
mtma maximtma altitude 300 feet and the
maximum range 150 yards.
Daily firing will be carried on
s4 the 'Empire Known Distance
Range for the balance of the
month. The let Battle Group, 20th
Infantry. le tiring rifles and car carbines
bines carbines between the hours of 7 a.m.
and 5 p.m.. Maximum altitude
is 12,500 feet and the maximum
horizontal range is 3,500 yards.
BRIGHT NOT UNNi9
LONDON (UPI) Mr. Bright
complained in court yelterdav
that Mr. Cave shut out the sun
from Bright's house.
Resigned Cave out his house in
a permanent shadow, Albert John
Brig'h' charged. when he built a
second story on his shoo.
Bright settled for SOSO ist damages.
Tux PANAMA AMTILICA'N AN DIDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPTZ
FOR MARGOT'S RETURNMargot Fonteyn returned to ballet
last week as "Gise Het" dancing the role for Anne Heaton, who in injured
jured injured her foot. She was called back time and time &gab; for
curtain calls after a brilliant reinterpretation of the role Which
was her first major part 22 years ago. The huge bouquet of roses
was the gilt of her husband, Dr. Roberto Arias, who is still at
the Brazilian Embassy in Panama, awaiting a safe conduct
Letter Writers Condemn Town
Officials Where Negro Was lynchad
A recent letter to town officials
here says, "Frankly, you people
are a disgrace,"
The letter, from Camden, N.3
is one of abou'. 40 received by
Mayor Pat Hyde since Negro
Mack Charlef Parker, 23, was
Most o the letters condemned
the lynching, the town, the state
and the South. but two of them
expressed approval of the mob
A letter signed "a pregnant
mother" and postmarked Stam Stamford,
ford, Stamford, Conn., says, "So glad your
iNeople took care of Parker...
Three cheers for the people who
formed the mob in Poplarville."
"I would like to shake hands
with the night riders, they did a
good job," says a leter signed
by Al Barber in Alberqueque,
But a more typical message
was scribbled on a card from
Rochest-r, N.Y.: "Cowards, cow cowards,
ards, cowards, all uf you."
A letter from Cincinnati, signed
Mrs. Ester Coady, commented,
"If every Negro who has been
raped by a white man should rise
from the grave, there wOuldnel
be standing room in Mississippi."
A card from San Francisco was
sent to Lynchburg, Miss."
A writer in Chicago sugges' ed
that the mob go north where "the
winner will be different," and a
le ter from Jeannette, Pa., said,
"You are a disgrace to walk the
ear'h with decen people."
A Detroit church grottp said
"Miss:ssippi is doomed and must
be, brought to lud$mentll and a
Honolulu writer said "Mississippi
has a stink reputation already,
don't make it worse."
"Get out of the Union, we
don't want yce ," urged a' letter
from Palo Alto, Calif.
"Give Nigros .( sic) hslf a
cbancti asks il;letter from
Harry J. Kniskern. "Such a pity
that we' have such PeoPle here in
the 19th Century (sic)."
HOLLYWOOD (UPI)--Annq Ma Maria
ria Maria Alberghetti, Italian-born actress-singer,
was renorted in good
condition today at Midway Hos Pi Pita!
ta! Pita! where she underwmt minor
surgery yes'erday for removal of
an obstruction ip her nose,
T A Double Treat As
THE HIT TUNES OF THE DAY
"You Asked For It"
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member of the new women's
championship team is also an PI,
cellent rubber bridge player not.
ed for her daring bidding.
As an example,' here is- hand
she recently played in New York's
West'a opening heart bid and
rast's raise to four ware lutortnal
enough and Bea (South) refused
ti be shut out with her big hand.
,he also decided not to bother with'
13r solid six card club suit and
I id four spades. When East, went
tn to five hearts Bei also refused
to be shut out and continued to
West doubled and put the king
o' hearts right on the track. It
lie had shifted to 1 diamond he
,,,Ould have Oaten the hand but
the possibility of a concealed club
suit had not occurred to him and
he continued the hearts.
Bea ruffed with the queen of
rtrumps. She played the ace and
king end when East showed out
was a simple matter to finesse
t gainst West's ten spot. Dummy's
ist rump allowed Boa to get rid
c' one of her losing diamonds bad
while she had to lose one diamond
,at the finish her contract was safe.
I Simple, but quite a niee result
vhen you consider that East and
"est were cold for their five
Q--'rbe bidding has been!
South West North East
'1 Pass 21, Pass
tt, 4 4 Pass Pass
5 V Pass Pass 5
You, South, hold:
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,J10.-rPau. 'Ydt are, 'frilling to,
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The bidding has been:
North East South West
You, South, hold:
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GUIEST OF SOVI NTS
LONDON CUP1)Emporer Haile
Selassie of Ethiopia will pay an
, official visit to the Soviet Union
next month, -the official Soviet
!news agency TRIM reported today.
Donl let your
Mtn MIDNIGHT'S 140711100K; tishiligzeorl of ouciesoes;
tovely2 yiiiing Sylvia Casein.
cas doesn't seem to be 'preparing
for life as the new .Begum Aga
Khan Despite Prince Karim's
well publicized attentionst'she
seems to be on, her own as an
available young beauty, she's just
taken on a job' with.- an antique
shop in Geneve... ',Day- Tuttle's
off-Broadway production of "lysis
trate". at the new East 74th St.
Theatre sukering' from temper.
ament troubleC with Julie Comp Compton
ton Compton vying for top billing with Meg
Muncie), and demanding thet Rod
Colbin be ousted from 'the cast
because he's "so me she 'can't
concentrate on the. play.' .Now
there's a Brigitte Bardot type who
sings. She's Cecile Devils, 21 years
old and French, ,naturellement.
Everest Records have signed her.
she's due here later, this month;
and those who've- heard her dubs
and seen her pictures say it's Not
Bo Believed Imogene Coct
chums believe she'll become Mra.
King Donovan in tbe very, near
future. Sirginii McManus, the
town's most colorful ex-school
marm, is writing her memoirs for
Confidential. .tddie Fisheee
timates say he really doesn't have
to worry bout getting a hit rec recordhe
ordhe recordhe has some solid real estate
in oalifornia, as wen at Elizabeth
Ellen Hanley, who replaced the
ailing Polly Bergen in- "First Im Impressions,'
pressions,' Impressions,' is such a hit, the
cast's- morale has zoomed and
she's been switmped with other
professional tilers. .certified
public accountants ere Sot&
through tip? books of muilc pub pubUshers
Ushers pubUshers on beheld of songwriters
claiming 'maid royalties. One pa panicked
nicked panicked publisher made the big try
by sending a luneamith a check
for 113,0o0-41 ye'rs alteelsim alteelsiming
ing alteelsiming he hadn't been able to locate
him up )0,, now.
II MO MMO
Tennessee Williams, the kiddies'
filend, is giving out advice per pertaining
taining pertaining to the younger set in his
current newsnaner interviews. One
of the istest: "For children.' would
have-TV banned, They sit watch watching
ing watching Westqn after Western, aoap
lox opera after soap. box WM,
Their minds are blunted, their
m a g stioO blurred And isn't
he so right? Much better that
they sheold be watching "Garden
Lerner and ,Lottwe lave quite a
di -Seto hears, they're nicht rtuiff
a little interested ts trensforming
"The Once and Future King' foto
a Broadway musical. report
soon to g e issue! vn a clinic for
the cure of musicians who are
drug addicts wilt reveal an se in
WASHINGTON, (upt) Assist Assistant
ant Assistant Sana'e Democratic Leaders
Mike Mansfield called yesterday
a halt to all economic and mili military
tary military aid grants within thpe years
, to end waste and corruption and
head off a public reyolt against
,the whole aid idea.
Ou'right grants, described as
"give-aways' by cities of the pra pragram,
gram, pragram, account for about 75 per
cent of the 53.000,000.000 in now
foreign aid funds requeated by
President for the next fiscal year
starting July 1.
Mansfield. a key -member of
the Senate Foreign Ite littiOnS Com
miteeee. alid in a Senste apeeeh
that any foreign' aid needs still
existing after the. three-year pe period
riod period ahould be met through repay repayable
able repayable leans.
The Montana Democrat als'o
closed he Will otter amendments
to abolish the Iaternational, Coop Cooperation
eration Cooperation Administration, which
now admisisters the aid program,
and end what Mansfield tailed the
current secrecy on anlWary aid
Mansfield laid Congress either
must come to grips with a "thoreigh-going
reform' of the aid prg prggram
gram prggram this session or face a pos possible
sible possible "tide of public reaction to
strong that it will ewamp the en entire
tire entire understaking." t,
"I may be wrong," he said,
"but I am persuaded that ttme is
running -out on foreign aid."
Mansfield said outright grants
and gifts represent the "areas of
decay in foreign aid" and have
caused "fissures of corruption."
and "areas of great waste and in inefficiency."
Equally serioue: he sald, they
have eaused a Itsurgeoning hos hostility
tility hostility between the American peo people
ple people who, must foot the bill and the
peoples of, the recipient nations."
Mansfield said. be believed. te teeipient
eipient teeipient nations would "welcome"
th new loan approach to foreign
aid and would "redouble their
omt efforts" m the .1nowledge
that the program would end in 1
three years. '
The Montana senator also said
his proposal would streng'hen the
Development Loan ,- Fund, which
Will set up by Congress 'at the ad administration's
ministration's administration's request to make ec economic
onomic economic development loans to lag lagging
ging lagging foreign nations.
He said his proposed amend amendMenta
Menta amendMenta to the foreign aid bill would
transfer ICA nersonnel and fun&
to the State Department and put
military ohases of aid ,into the
Defense Department. r
Mansfield said Congress 1Wide
had tried to bring about suck
dATIMDAY, MAY VI, 1939
'Dorothy' King. lien
land, Petit Intends to o ahead
with plans to (lbw the of Mix Mixtinguettewith
tinguettewith Mixtinguettewith his w e, Renee
tittinffilkiret in thi starring rol
despLe tltreata of a lawsuit, ts Pa-
ris court is scheduled to pass tudi tudiInent
Inent tudiInent on the case late this mre.ilt, 4
but it's expected the matter will
be settled (translation; money'
will change hands' before then.
Noel Coward s reading on hit
tripto England ,included--(tr'
neavy btt,k titled "The WIWI
et Margie Hit literary repow,t
Too ut.trly boring!. Alne lin
Pan Alley music nublis.her
liberately kept his piano out of )
tune for tVer a year. Hit the0:1
is that the, rock 'n' roll erit (a
iltolitable one for him) will end
if he ever gets Jill instrement on.
key. liar's), Anger Jr: and jut
'mote Dom Cerulli 'have a cute
idea for a new book. They'll cora coral'hine
l'hine coral'hine photographs of well-known
ljass ears with humorous hada&
rekrenfe taptions, The appeal lit
limited, admittedly, but It's a ter.
rifle idea for anyone who happens!
to dig both pastimes.
Kremlin insiders exPegt the bit.
gest shakeup since Khrushcheg
took over within the next 60 days
Aficionadoe of the pretty pia. 4S
'10 booked st the Drake Room for
Cy Walter's return.. And .aside
from what goo' on, at -the' Key.
board, It 11111$111$ one of the-most
chic and gustatorily satisfactory
hideoutg in New York. Clara
Ward's drum-beaters are claiming
the gosnel singer "stole the show'
front Ella Fitzgerald when she i
made an "unscheduled" appear appearance
ance appearance in Essen, Germany.
Tuesday Weld. who's publiciz publicized
ed publicized as a teenagert is acting mighty
grownup ground the studio as well
as after 'tours. Ingemar Jo.
hansson, the Europsan heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight champion, is not only tough
but talented. He acts as hair.
dresser for his sweethesrt. Birgit
Lundgren, because she finds beau--
ty parlor prices here are so much
higher than they arein Sweden.
Lai Vegas vacationers mention
Gordon MacRae and Dean Mar.'
tin as the big celebrity losers at
the gambling table in recent
weeks. .Comedienne Charlotte
Raye luilabying a baby boy.
In.-private -life she's Mrs.. John
Strauss. George Stich, for ma many
ny many years the graceful sommelier
at the Colony, has left his post
at ths Zechendorf chain for, the ,--
more elegant environs of Carlton
say he still blushei at the thought
of the confessions be permitted,
the Saturday Evening Post to pub-
lish. They're considered quite an
important factor in the breakup
of his martin&
Senator Would End Foreign Aid
'Givestiways1 To End US Waste
ip 0 mmo
reshuffling as a "prerequisite to
a sane and adequate 'aid pro program.'
gram.' program.' Rut he said when Congress
voted to -abolish the Motual
curity Administration, the admin.
istration moved it to the 'Foreign
Operations Administration. When
Congress ,vo!ed to abolish FOA
he said, the Edininistration "coun "countered
tered "countered by replacing FOA by ICA."
East German Reds 1
Givenleace Plari 1
Text In Silence
GENEVA (1.IPI).A spokesman
for the West German delegation
said yesterday he found a way to
slip a 'German text of the West West1
1 West1 ern peace package plan to the
East German Reds without talk talking
ing talking to them. ,
There has been no conversation
between the two German delega delegations
tions delegations aince the conference started
The spokesman said he deposit deposited
ed deposited three copies of the German'
text on the desk of the secretariat
which is neutral,. and said he
'would not object' if the docu documents
ments documents were passed on to the East t,
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"We did not request the s ere eretariat
tariat eretariat to do so," he said d plomatically.-"But
they gave a copy t.
to the East Germans anyhow."
Has Moon Rockets
MOSCOW (UPI)A Soviet ace.
demician said yesterday the ltus
sians possessed rockets that could
be used for cosmic travel to the t!
moon and the rearest'nlansts.. 7
The Communist Party newspa
per quoted the academician, 'den.,
titled only as Sedov, as saying'
"the solution of ha problemy of
manned cosmic fliPhtsdeoends
chiefly on the solution of several,
troblems related to man's safety
t"The prospects to u er re
search into' interplanetary travel
are tremendoui'" Seflov sold in a ,,,
statement. on the occasion nits
first birthrisv of the Sputnik
earth satellite, d t,
"Available rockets can be 'itied,
for tosmictravel to the owl
and the Bengt lianeds,"
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TEM PANAMA Al4ritICAN A71 MTEPOIDIXIII DAILY NEIVOIATE11" A ,
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,,,, P. Hoch 3tte, USAR, Advisory and the South., but two of them I "Miss,ssiom is doomed and must lowellm11111,E In"gWestqn after stern, Boap tin as the big celebrity losers at
expressed approval of the mob be, brought to tud$menr and a, Q'rbe bidding bee been! lox .opera after soap- box orera. wtheeedambling ,ab
! BABY SHAMPOO Group kUSAtt),. For. Brooke, Chi Chiford
ford Chiford K. Doll, Rodriguez USAH, Honolieu writer said "MiSaissinpi South Welt North East h
has a stink reputation already, !1 V Pass .2 V T etr minds are blunted, the r I C m led i leenne inCh arrelcoetrtiet
Pass magnatioil' bluired."fAnd -isn't Raye hi lullabying a baby boy.
1, ort Brooke anu tiamon H. Do- A letter signed ''a pregnant don't make It worse." 4 V
Lt. ,Pasa Pass he so right? Much better that lit-private -life- she's Mrs.. John
menech, 542nd MP Company, mother" and postmarked Stain- "Get out of the Union, we 5 V
--- 'ass 5 6 they should be watching "Garden Strauss. .George Stich, for ma maFort
Fort maFort Brooke.
. by Those recommended for appoint- ford, Conn., says, "So glad your don't want yoi ," urged a' letter, ? 'District"). 0 ny years the graceful Sommelier
., iaeople took care of Parker... from Palo Alto, Calif. You, Southi hold: ......; r at ,the Colony, has left his post
ment to E-8 or E-9 must, be Three cheers for the people who "Give the. Nigros .(sic) half a 4,2 qP4tta 9215 VS 4X QI5 4, l quite a at the Zechendorf chain for the,
, I qualified to perform- duties in a formed the mob in Poplarville." chanch' (lic),"' asks. illetter from
trs.et sins, i a double would be bad t 1erne'r and JAV'tve lave
fyihat do you do? ,-,. fllusel,911equwas,r4,,,hgthe pr.! more elegant environs of Ctillon
4 key position requiring the high- a Pass; Ydtk are-4411ln 1&
i -,...12.4,''' I -.- I would like to shake hands Richmontiptville, N.Y.. s i g n d
, est level of professional corn- -- a le your opponents is this eon.
(10'7 it --t di -Setv hears, they're mitre, th ft, geese. t!,-,Vill IlamOpeV,pronies
t th th ight ridera they did a Harry J. Kniskern. Such a PRY ' 9 7 A little interested in' trensforming say he still blus a t ght
he t' h'e thou )
, 41';'-'''' t d th hi h t d
p!,ence an, e g es egree good iob,, ,,Tho Onril and Future King' luto of the confesaions be permitted,
vil e n --says a 'le' 'ter signed that we' have such neorte .here in
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,'', Illimponamaatemalamamp able leans.
through Friday, when the 4th Gun is'o dii said yesterday he fa
Rattalinn. 517th Artillery, is to '''"'!,-','I'''' ''''"''''''A The Montana Demoerat a slip a 'German text
''''' '1. closed he Will otter amendments
e P r- fice rifle.' and 105mm howitzers. ern eace package
$ ' The maximum attitude will be 9'15 Double Cola 12:15 or
,.,,, national, Coop- P
in: A ., f, 0 I to abolish ths later-- h i h East berman Reds
11,100 f-et and the borizcmtal P.M. NOON 3 A 11) c'o .,, Oration Administration, w c inc to them.
4 ' range vill be 9,300 yards. ,i, s..., L,, now admisisters the lid Program, There has been no
.044.4 and end what Mansfield called the
k Beginning Tuesday and continu- 41' ,, ,,, between the two Ge
ing through Sunday the Rio Hato Get g ',- .) current secrecy on Milrat7 'nu tions since the confe
. area will be the Beene of general outlays.
,, ' weapons activity 24 hours a day. Mansfield laid Congress either Monday.
D Company, 1st Battle Group, I) must come to grips with a "thor- The spokesman sal
20th Infantry, is scheduled to fire :is '41 0 ftt,,,,V4 .00 .a., ed three copies of
-, ,. 41 iii pistols, mortars, carbines and 41' 0 y -mt- eigrgahnigotihnigs rseelsosrimon"
text on the desk of tl
, B G It44.-41"-raw-s,""1.2."' i'''.0ti,:1 .: Nti .:ss! i sible "tide of publirct thfreatatesitildonPWrgtsa: which is neutral,
recoilless rifles during this time. it, N-.
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, Maximum altitude is 571S feet and IR:".'711
If it F strong that it will ewamp the en- 4would not object'
tire understaking." 7. ments were passed o
.'' I: Wi14111.fA the range is 7400 yards.
1 On Friday the USARCARIB
C "I may be wrong," he said, Germans.
"but I am persuaded that trine is
School will utilize the Pine Light ,s 0 BL
1, Artillery Range for firing rocket running out on foreign aid." "We did not reque
01-eldallei launchers and recoilless rifles
from 7 cm. to 5 p.m., with the ( OLA
' 0 FRESH AS Mansfield laid outright grants tarlat to do so," ho
and gifts represent the "areas of matically.-"But they
''', ': 1 maximum altitude 500 feet and
l'tts. -,.. decay in foreign aid" and have to the East Germans
r' I: the horizontal range 7,300 yards. -1--.8,..
u ALL caused "fissures of corruption,"
and "areas of great waste and in'''''-d,
l'' "Guest. D. J." All this month firing Is being
, conducted at Venado Beach from 4.6,
, efficiency." Commie Pr(
OUTDOORS a., equaellauyse.dertiou4'.hete:niaindg, thhoesy. s
7 cm. to 4:30 p.m. daily. Ele- R
,:,- ,, EVERY SATURDAY
, I ments of the ist Battle Group,
20th Infantry, are ,firing machine
guns and rifles. with the maxi- ell i 0
, Ow I ale ales
s ales CLOVERB1.0011 ptittywanhb:fibt, :wHua.st:httebtehAelbeilirilic::::d7:0;. mopos,::::::k:
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mum altitude 300 feet and the :it; peoples of, the recipient nations."
maximum range 130 yards. 0 I
4,,. 1 Daily firing will be cerried on to eipient nations would "welcome" demician laid yester
p s' the Empire Known Distance
ethic! neanwd kwilloulaPti ,PrPlredschouttsblet6rethierir btmlifiesnothientinSateadocnnodift:ortmhaecuso:sismesedtaireoeplit
Renge for the balance of the
.!, ,' i -. month. The 1st Battle Group, 20th tho mt. t ethf feor tree '0' gr ainma:ntwha louir. lin:I:wadi :Ida:lode
,.' 1 93
, 0 p. m. 0,,,,t ''',71k VA Infantry. is tiring rifles and car carbines
bines carbines between the hours of 7 a.m.
, v04 v.1,00201) per quoted the scade
,.10, ,,,,,.., and 5 p.m.. Maximum altitude oz, litAINN.teet
. thTbrees ymeaonrsiana
'.. ',' '4''';'14N- 1')i is 12,500 feet and the maximum his proposal would streng'hen the "the solution of the
. ',113S Panamerican ile,A I horizontal range Is 3,500 yardg. ON At ., Development Loan ,- Fund, which manned cosmic filet
.. ow ;I it 1 l' V 1 I set up by Congress at the ad. obletlY On the solutio
i' 1 ce ., ,44, 4 ,,Itt
t BRIGHT NOT UNNi9 4 4 You Asked For It,' Cl'I''. ministration's request to make ec- troblems related to,
' ' I. sroadcasting System
V. i 1 i' iit LONDON (UPI) Mr. Bright 1118 n
, onomic development loans to leg. in enter, space., ,
' 1 s y It 4 Of 041 iti) '' ''
' ..4- complained in court yelterday
that Mr. Cave shut out the sun PANAMA'S MOST.POPULAR REQUEST SHOW
, ging foreign nations. t"The prospects fa
He said his proposed amend- search into interplat
, I. e i ..weas frem Bright's house. AND intnfo to the foreign aid bill would are tremendov Bo,
, r Resigned Cave out hie house In transfer ICA Personnel and funds statement- on the oc
,, 1 Nt,,,.; ittom
,1 C 5, a permanent shadow, Albert John 9 9 t 1,11101011 to the State Depotartmiednt I and thenut firsthibirthelleity of th,
I military ohases a nto earl sate e,
Brigh charged. when he built a 6 617ecord Session ,(
seeond story on his shoo. Defense Depgrtment. , "Available rockets
' 1 Rright settled for SOSO la dam- THE HIT TUNES OF THE DAY ,, Mansfield said Congress 1Wide for tosmic,travel I
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The. Witter Society'',
Ititty Services 610:30 -a.m.
Bldg, 362 -,
tees Itivd, and Manley Vital
You'i Invitation to
311 Simla Bald
DlaWST 1641 asibos4 ICA.
Edmund It livtosill foist
kind School 1:4 sa.
Marlins Worship 11:10
kaning Union 1:11 01n
Wemnp Worship 140 pas
orayer itestinp Bible
tinny lash Wodnosdrot 100 p4A
tach Month ..... 1:00 pm
Month ,1:10 isrn
0111111 11,013111 (.311401
Balboa Usighil C
' 621 Anton Boulevard
Prewar "1" Balboa Heigh
ohorie Balboa 1711
, Ay Poise
Imlay School ,.. 1(10 a.ra
ortina Worship OAS orn
lariat Training Union 1110 o.ro
ranialletie Berate , 110 an
vivo Meeting. Wedn'enday. 0.ro
IV 42 Bible Shift now
davit 0 cis
Men's er.otherboOd UAW
tanyttigm moutbt ISO Da
WIJUIT BAPTIST Cifitnal
Margarita Avenue at 15th :kraal
Margarita. Canal Zone
Itae. Wends C..t ?IOW PINOT
trscia, Scrusg ...... 11411 cas
wnitio Viarahip 11:00 am
intist Training Union...v., g:30 co.ni
rabble Worship 1:411 5.111
mtherhond luandaya 1:00 6AI
raver Service Wednesulage 1:00 om
'MN tort & grd Friday
11 A & Sunbeams.
traciav .s. 11:30 tiro
New ,)minalitellill Evangelistic
War A MI. W. Bishop
1 February Street Phone: 28-20054
11:00 H011116801 Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
1:30 Salvation Meetinl
avtly & Mrs. C. L Moseley
11:00 Holiness Misting
r Captain Mrp H. Grant
ith Streel4 Phone 38.743
11:00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
OLON THIRD STREET
r. Captain S. Taylor
11:00 Ho libess Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting.
IAINE101? crrit. C.Z.
kivoy J. Gill
3:00 Sunday School
1:30 Salvation Meeting
The Rev.' Oscar W. Olsen Politer
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Pastor's phone 2-1486
Church office 2-3236
9:30 aimChurch &boot nee pus
lervice. Classes for all ages.
10:30 a.m.Worship Service --Church
rime StorthHour tor Kinderprten
Ind Primary Ural. Cisurch-nme
;radio Roll and Nursery
6:00 rePost High Fellowship.
6:30 .m...2:00 p.m. Junior High
7:00 .p.m.Senior High Fellowship.
Margarita Ave.' and Bolivar Hwy.
Nev. Theodore E. Franklin Pastor
Phones: Office. 3-2042 Ho 1114011
10:46 cm. Church Schoot Sus service.
Classes: Nursery through adult adult11:00
11:00 adult11:00 a.m. Morning Worship.
fm infanto and mall chil children.
dren. children. 6:00 p.m. Junior Ire llowship.
0:15 pm Youth telloWship.
A complete schedule of auxiliary ao
tivitien and official meetings as an.
flounced from week to week.
Nev. Walker M. MAW It. raster
.0fr 6-470 Rea 41-1210
9:30 cm Sunday Schoot
10:40 arm MIRIAM' Wordilli
Official meetinas and wear-day rid ridvale
vale ridvale aa announeed
Christian Science Churches
First Church el Christ, kientisit Antos
SCO Anson Sou levard
Sunday Services 11110 a.m. MUT
School S:30 a.m
Reading Room SW Balboa Road OM 8
datty gueept Sundays and holidaye worn
S:30 to 1110 GAL and 1:30 to cog p.ol
Saturdef: 1010 to 1110 sm.
Evening Hours COO to 1110 p.m. except
Wednesdays and Saturdays.
FIRST C111111C31. Ot CHRIST
SCIENTIST, Crist Chat
All church service' will be hold ist
the Ground floor Roorn ot the Masonic
Terrible in Cristtwl (next door to the
IViargarits :florist). Sntrence la on Sal Salboa
boa Salboa Avenue through the Amide.
SimCny Service 11:00 cm,
Wednesday Evening Testimonial litset
IN, 3:00 o'clock. N
lkmday School is held at CM tun.
Reeding Room Hours Monday II:00
to 4:00 pai, Wedrieaday 11:00 to 1:11
, You are, Cordialiy Welted. Us attend
eke services and to Use the Reading
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' 627 Anton
Provo '41 I
Wild Training U
IV MI Bible Mut
timidity It month
irsciat School ..
Witt Training Ui
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k I", 0:00 o'clock. IA..
Vniday School lo held at LW cit. Sunda, Schooll II:30 p.m. co Sunday I" ..111 lit lInt Std. If.tnaini Aux'.
Indio' Roomyllours ... tImiday SOO kolloinus Instruction Clam tot Chli rt).0.0.30DA1141 ,.
i '., to 4:00 pot Woodsy I:00 to 1:10 iron. 4.00 p.m on Thu7adeay. t Om 0 t,
LI -Iota' ' 30 WIWI Us 'attend luito.litew Ohl I adultio (Coo snit
to to Solo t 00 pm .10 mar :101 pm 'lauds tollowahlph
1 ipa aaroatiwoMlutd to uso thi Illoadtpo, JAY ,, ,'.., ,, ' NIDNESDAYS
t ', .. ', ,,, COPAN'S Instntettens bp' appointment, COO Litt Moly 'Coestmultiot
A' Morniiit Ssirvice--- 1)10 a.m.. BERLIN (UPIIKart Groabbeseck.
4 storninl .8.rvio. ,, .i w v :" a zit ,reote..enra,p 0 ri o 9115,t8t e,.idnigttturoohiodeetau iweyfdtel. II resptl idasiessoftesf wrcG1 siai enegenr.re
it tto baughters of tow CHOWICH Oto 0140 COM:" P
Oth Stratt near hloldstdoz Avoi
Sunday School and , ?amnia h s find
' gvuleusue ,,, ..,,,,,.0 I:00 pie. butt, or itostock tIniversitt,
n it ,, Those diplomats speak a lan- WiT4 fit44p
Miculture, guage all their own. I don't under. LI,,,,,,,,,, 4 1
officials stand the big ,words they use. But
director I know that if they listen to my.
'Asti- music, they don't even think about
politics. - s'-...4140t
.1t , 4 ) A a , ,
i,, 4 F Ill t
Int 8:00 o'clock.
Sdolday Seheol b
Rending Room jic
i ', to 4:00 Pate'""" ".I
i, It.m. 'are lor'dialli
. owlorustrviceo and 1
A't,' losou '
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sews ilea to Strains by Wednesday mom M the latest et set chemist
the SOWN. Sattiallyll beta pallet ",
Ministate. church sestetertes sad shapiehts ere asks4 te Coterie the'
Pasant. sad Colas. Itspublie el Palmate, toed welcome at at
times te mem seA women el the awned sotices. sad to Milks'
Item. friends end cfteneets. '
As public service. The regime Asterisms lists below. by dottiest.:
melees. metises et hosts ot welsh and ethet oseulat setiviHes4
, Listiobs ere tweeted hem time te time. Dosemieetioes itevintl 0011
e ms et two senereemiem ere listed undo VIM Churches b krriees.
, A spatial listies is included fee serviette et Aemy posts. Alt Pens beset
and Navel MOH's 1,
MARTI CHM 11431-11albse
Sunday Memos Idlh 1:01 10100 Ina
Moly Day Alamos SIIL 1411.
tad COO p.m
Cookodons. Saturday. 11:10 le 1:00.
and I:01 to 1:00 win Thursday. Wore
rirst friday; 7:00 to 0100 Wm.
Mtrattulotte Medal Soma: 1110 ta
Catechism Maw Mae the OM maw
Mitilt School Study Clue 1110 eat w
SACIUD BUJ ITAntoo
lunIar Woo. I:U, 120 41 SIM Sal
1701.7 Day outmost CU cao lout I:01
Coollistoom Sabra, 120 to 1:00 ono
t:11 to 1:00 scot Tbutodap bolos. nolo
iiiMik4 Kurt 11ovotionot 121 Lei or
CatoelOnot Clout 1:11 1:11 cm
OUlt WWI 01 WATIIIACorootho
Sunday Um at 1:00 cot
Holy Day lima et 1;11 Lot
Confirm, Iona: 111) to 41;11 pa, co lot.
41141:Toett km Clam Isturdso 120 to le
:Sundt Masses et IMO end la a.nt
Holy ay Mans el 41:00
Weekday Mame: ..:00
Confessions: Saturday TM to 430 ant
Catechisms Ciao& Sunday 11:00 to SAN
Miraculous Modal Novena' 7:th p.m
Convert Instructress: Thursday 1:0:
flunday Masmo COO and S30 Lin
oly Day MARIO i 11;110 and S:00 gm
(It it bib on Saturday tha Masao art
4:00 and 11:30 LID)
Coatesnom Saturday 11:01 to 11:00 one
1:00 to MOO on Thurodavo beam Finn
Friday 740 win
Miraeu low Mediu Novena ancr Sta
none of the Croat Friday 7:10 Olt
Catechism, Claw After 11:30 mate or
Convert Claw 1200 o.rst Tueaday ano
Sunday lam 1:30 a en.
NOIY Day Maar- COO am. (It It bah
to Saturday 1:30 it.o1)
Catacki Ion Coot 140 to 1:00 ode of
Contaaatottat 1:00 to 120 cro. Sunday
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DI LA BALLS
1 ',, "Hobo Lam
Sunday 'Moro and CIO Ctn.
Area, Oly0 Maw. 0:811'llostYllbotol:
till Ind SOL tint Pr Maio mosopf:00
Hob Do. Il000to. 1:00 oat.. to 8:00
Confessions: 3:30 to' 420 and IMO to
4.00 p.m. on Osturdas
Miraculous Medal Novena: Orldst 1:01.
Catechism Allem 5:30 p.m on Sunday
Convert Claw Monday ISO !Xi&
,duntity Lidos; 1:00 cm.
Holy Day Ham: 0410 p.m
COnteattiOnP: Saturday I:30 to 110 p.m
thuraday before rind Friday 0:30 p.m.
Caton lam Clam: 3:111 p.m on Sunday
Sattrod Hort "looms! 1:00 p.M or
Convert Oust a:00 p.m on Tburada7
Stmday Masao; 6:45. 1:00 and IOU Sid
Holy bay Mamma: 1:45 Ind 1:00 a.m
Ind 1:45 p.m
Coe's:don:I: Saturday 4:00 to 5:00 met
7:00 to MOO P.M.
Miraculoug Madat Novena; Wedneadat
1 15 and 7:00 p.m
Saortad Heart Novena. Friday 7:15 p.m
Sunday Evening Services 7:00 p.m,
Convert Class' 7:15 p.m on Mortdayp
Catechism Clam Sunday i0:15 11.M. to
11:45 a,m S:00 p.m to 4:00 p.m.
Find FridayExposition of Most Blass.
ad Sacrament all day Reposition at 120
a.m. Saturday morning
Fired Saturday Devotions: to out Lady
FatimaTha Holy Rosary-5:00 cm
Firat Communion Instruction:I tor chit chitdran
dran chitdran Mondaya and Th000doYo I:00 to
Sunday Manses: 7:00, 8:00 and 10:30 a.m.
Holy Day Matests. 1:00 I:00 a.m. and
Contentions; Saturday 4:00 to 1:00 IMO
i:00 to 8:00 m aster Rosary each ova ovaWm,
Wm, ovaWm, Miraculous Medal Novena: 3:11 and
:00 p m. on Monday.
Catechism Clam: After I:10 Mate on
Knit Friday Expoattion all day durtng
the School Year.
Find Saturday: MalP at 1:00 am.
ROZA PAMELA CI Kinn in Margartta
Sunday Mamas: ISO. 910. 11:3G tu
rind Saturday Mama: 6:00 I.M.
Weekday Maxims: COO 0.M.
Saturday 1:00 pm, to 1130 pm
Minim lout; Medal Novena 7:00 p.m
Holy '0.ay Mimes 1:20 1:15 p.m
Contemion om to 4:411 p.m
Parish ramily Roman anti
Discumion inquiry Grout, 1110 pm.
1st. rriday Dee Miens 7:00 p.m.
1st. Saturdse Devotions 7:00 pm.
Sunday Naratial: 11110 am and 1:00
Holy Day Mammal ISO am. and 4:01
Conteationa. 4:00 to I:00 and 'Ida to
11:M pm Saturday,
Catechlaps 10:411 a.m. on Sundo,
Convart Clatoavory Monday at 1St
Mtraeuloto Nefoonat ISO Dm
, Sacrau Heart 114rrenst 1:00 0.m. do
Slundav bissa 11:10
poly Day Mass: SAM 11411.
OnfORRI0111: CSO to 1:00 pm so Md.
Cotorbtam Chloe 44)11 to.ei or frigidity
OUR LAD' OF GOOD COUNSEL
Sunday iliones: 1:00 and 11:10 ase.
Bohr Day Maossi 11:00 a.m. and SAS
Conmelon 'Saturday at 1:00 pm. and
tdier all evening dovotium
Sintiomist by appointmant.
' Miraculous' Menai Novena: 10
Pfrattad Heart Novena: 1:00 poi or
Sunda, School: 11:30 p.m. eis Sunday
Religious 'instruction Clam ter Chia
trot. 4:00 p.m on Thursday. t
Religions Instruction tor alto ipao
wenn"- to Onaniahlt 100 pm olm asor
Convert Distrustains bp Appointment,
oe. An ma.ma.hila ...11AM 1.11:21 Kn.
roe It Son S. Hanel Wm. ILTD
raa Soy Rev. Idautort d Ponulsik
) LTA Daso
, TVS CATHEDRAL OP ST. LUKS
7;30 ea. Holy Communtott.
MIS CM Chuteb School (Holy Cdta
munion Srd Sunday )
1140 thill Santa Conommian. Srd Sus
Emu.' oomuntlit Mit a te
'110 cm Morning .11.1iiyer and Ur
atom Holy Cotrununion isi
7:00 p.m tvenina Service.
fib IA Holy Commuition.',
egi tlillOtOt Prayer.
HOLY DAY& ,1
OM ea Cmmuillott.
019 am HolY CommUnicit
CIS Morning Prayer,
1110 Mio.dat libialonstry
Church oi et Andrew
The Rev W Baldwin.
Prison in Chugs
Holy Communion ti)
Family Provo and
Church School 9:80 eat
(Also Holy Conununion ind.
Murnina Prayer & SOlikten MOO Oln
Sunday each month.
Holy Communion 9:00 cm
Ckapal of the Wed Shepherd 1
'The Rev Claranca W Hoye,
Print in Charge
coo a.m Morning Prayer.
(ILO flint Friday each Month).
IL Stmon's Chetah
tha Rev, John Spear .PMeal in Charge
Choral Eucharist and Sen.
num 7:90 Am
Church School 8100 p,m
Elliecopal Youna Churehmeit COO p,m
Evensong and Sermon 7:00 p.m
Morning Prayer and Holy
Communion COO a m
SVOliAll Payoff 7:00 p,m
Woman's Auxiliary. End and
NELINESDAYS a THURSDAYS
Holy Communion 7:00 an
Morning Prayer a.m
PraYer 1:00 p,m
SAT UltDA Y8
9 amity Eucharist d:30 cm
Office of Compline 9:00 p.m
St Peter's Church
The Rev. John spear. Priest in Cherie
Morning! Prayer and alum
School 9:00 -cm
moo. ..t. ...17;12:80,0 a4D
, Corinnanon ulau ca
1 Choral' Eucharist ant
MAY Baptism 13:00 noon
Evensong and Address 7:30 pm
Woman's Auxiliary 7:30 p.m
rHunsnAys or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion 9:00 am
Chapel of the Holy Comfortor
Vett L. B. Shirley. Priest in Charge
8:30 a m. Holy Communion.
Chinch of St Margaret
Repave and Brazos Blvd. 1
Thellev. Edwin C. Webster
7:30 a.m. Holy Conununion.
9:30 cm. Church School Servico.
SIM Prlyer, (Holy
, Communion first Sunday of
' tho month)
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
9:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
TM Rev. Allan R, Montt,
Priest bi Charge
Mit atm. David A Osborne,
os:01.1 Cherai Eucharist Selmer
0:30 a.m. Infant Baptism.
3.00 41 C.hurch Sabot,'
I:00 0.1111 Youth renewably.
1 00 lin, Evensong and Addrem
Ind and atb WEDNESDAYS
i.S0 so Woman a Auxiliary and Al.
tar Guild blasting.
St PIMPS Church
rhe eels Lentuei 8 Shirley, Norte'
The Ser. Carlton O. Moral's, Asst.
6:00 am. Holy Comntiantem
1100 am Suns Eucharist Sermon
10:0 a th Morning Prim, suid Chttren
ta:00 met Holy Baptism
7'00 t..nt Bo Ismail Women)
them it Buildings 131,
S:30 cra Holy Communion
1:30 pm itMening Yar and
11:00 e Holy Conummon
1370 tomk, itmnins Prayer
OdURADAYis AIM FRIDAYS
1:30 Koly Communion
HOLY DAYS 1
0'00 s,m. Conununlon.
CHRIST CHURCH SYTHE-SICA
Co In, 11.P.
(OPPollia Hotel Wuhingtonr
The nay. J. Peter Farmer Rector
Eh Rev. Henry A. Slake, 'Assistant
1:00 a.m. Holy Communion
7:30 p.m. soiemn Evensong & Sernion
11110 cm. Morning Prayer
9:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist and Sarmon
10:30 a.m.-Church School
MONDAY, TUESDAY & THURSDAY
5:40 a.m. Morning Prayer
COO a.m. Holy Communion
5:00 pm. Evening PrIlYer
5:40 am. Morning prayer
4:00 a.m. Holy Communion
1:30 pan. Scatting Prayer & Address
1:40 Lila: Morning Prayer
5:00 pm. Evening Prayer
MOO am. Children's Eucharist
CO ctn. blaming Prayer
COO a.m. Holy Communion
5:00 p.m. Evening Pray?
730 pm. Office of Comp lino.
1 RIO ASAJo
St, Christopher's Church
lath Street, PITQUO Worm
The Rev Clarence W. Hayes,
Priest an Charge
k, The Rev. JCIA,Ance A, Dismal.
6:00 cm, Mat gOoninunks.
10 cm Sung Eucharist ono &mon
111:30 ant Mornina Pram and Church
i2:00 noon Holy Sambas,
11:30 p.m tvamonp and Sermon.
1110 pm 1st ant lird.; Watiatiel Mud..
5:30pm Sorillor, Daughters of the
?AM pm Youth tallownhiph
S:00 &St Noly 'Commuhist
PAYIKMA Alt INDEPIENDOIT Dint', ?OVA' ?MS
II ;,'-'-Z 1 Nil N;OF .1-1 Illi 11 far0 i: :-:; ,,,
SI Itin. leaning Prays" 031111011,011
- I:01 m Gilts Friendly-Society.'
1:00 pm let tesd trd. Sindletetts.4
9:36 sal Junior ColLitrutetacei Ciml'
, ;mom op nth RASAIthit41
, 44a 'frangipani SL Amon CS.
Sec. Shear 0 Nelena. Pastor
Sort TM Balboa. C.& ZOO
- tundny &chord : 9:45 a.m
MUD Service, .. iu:45 a4n
Youth Service .6 11:46 p m
Svanaelistie Service ... 140 P.In
truer Sorties ,Wed. 1:30 p.m
Sundayi am. Panama Wesley.
. 10:30 am Sunday School.
1:15 p.m. SvastoilioaV Service
, and Sermon. 1
StinOyo 1 cm. Farah,
10 a.m. Panda Sunday Ikhool
1:15 p.m. Paraiao &angelical
Sunday. Oct. tath-0 am. Sim Victor
liolut Watson 7 p.m. W. A A.
Monday. Oct. 20th.-41:311 p.m. Prepa Preparation
ration Preparation Class. Mr. Geo. Mitchell. 7:60
p.m.:Prayer meeting Mr. Pearl Ford.
' Tuesday. Oct 214,-.7:30 po. Girls
LAMP& Mrs. K. King.
friday 1:30 DALatoll Practice.
CHURCH OP MRS NAZARINS
Mount Hope. Canal Zona
(imam Irani Mt. Hopi RS Station)
Rev. Ralph Hyaena. Pastor
Son 5019 Margarita, CA.
Sunday School 9:45 am.
Morning Worship- ..... ....11:00 a.m.
Evangelistic Servica 1:10 p.m.
Prayer Service. Wad. I:70 P.m
RATIONAL NAPTIST CISUROR
Panama ILP.. Ord reel last
Nov st. t4 Stews. bilnistst
Divine Worship 000 ao
Sunday School 2:00 p.m
Sunday blames I. 1:46 1110
Rio' AbaJo. 1LP.
Sunday School SAO pm.
JIMOV AR'S WITNISSIS
Meetings Thursdays at lad p.m. and
lundatta at COG oat Win Memoriat
Me Ra Ibis Road Balboa
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OP
'Ansa DAY SAINTS (Norma)
Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood bleating Sunday 11:30
Sunday School, Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Sacrament Moonlit', Sunday MOO p.m.
Relies Society, Tuesday 9:00 a.m
MIA. Wednesday I:30 p.m
Primary. Thursday 4:00 pm.
Telephone Balboa 4221
Building 200, Schoolhouse Road. Oatun
, Sunday School. Sunday 9:80 a.m.
Sacrament lasting; Sunday 11:00 cm
CORIUNDU PROTES ANT CRIIRCR
"A Warm Hearted March"
Milton K. Laidig, Minister
Phone Res 63-7116 01. 83-6105
Sunday School 11:90
itA class for ovary age)
noting Worship 11:00 a.m
outh tellowshi I:00 p.m
tetesning Word; 7:00 pin
Prayer and Pra a Mal I;00
A church nursay in providad
St Raphael The Aschanael
ilith St. Want So 3
Holy auctorial Sunday ai 111
ruesdava Wedneadant end Th today
Sacraman of Matta (Keating Wit,
vice1(, First Sundae 4, each month a.
t :30 oat.
- Went Bonnet. Christian Chinni
Panama IL P.
itt darilath, D. D. annoy
Morning devotion I:00 am
Failowship Worship L1:00 a.m.
Sunday School 3:00 p.m.
CHRISTADELPHIAN BIBLE MISSIOR
8104 8th and J. Atosemens, Co in
Memorial Service 10:00 am.
Sunday School 3:00 pm.
Bible Lecture 1:30 p.m.
Adult Bible Class I:30 p.m.
MI i II 1mM We
64 rim Street
Urbanizaalda Cayman. Osmanli City
Latormai Talks and piscussions
rbursdays SIM PAL
Calm& ath 4111 Panel Striate
- (Upstairs Alba' leen Banat)
Study Classes Thursday& 7:10 h.ra
SETNEL SUWON CIIURCII
Rapala)). St.. Para!" CI
Rev Waltham H Stewart, restos
Sunday: 11:00 sit Worship Service
3:00 pm. Stmday School.
1:15 p.m. Gospel Service,
Monday: 7:30 Young People's Society
Wednesday: 7:30 lit-week Christian
Thuredayt 8:00 Molt Rehearml.
irrioayi 7:30 Women Missionary So Society.
ciety. Society. CHURCH OF 'CHRIST
13th & Bolivar Ave., Cristbal, C.Z.
Ray O. Wright, Evangelist
SCHEDULE or SERVICES
BHA Clams 10:00 amt.
Morning Worship and
Communion 11:00 chi.
Evening Worship, 7:30 OM.
Herald of Truth
HOK 1:41 1:15 am.
Mid...Week Bible Study
Questions and Answers 1:4S 1:11
You will receive a warm welcome at
each of our services.
CHURCH OF, GOD
Foreign Mission Dept. Hdqtra.:
CHURCH OF GOD...Balboa, C.E.
Wirt Memoria Bldg.
301 Balboa Rd.
Information: Phone Gamboa 421
Sunday Service 11:00 MM.
Youth Service 6:30 p.m
Evangelletie c 7:38 p.m.
oftunco or-oor Patois. CI.
No. 4 Para Lao Road
Information: Phone PST,illt0 633
Sunday Satviee 11:00 sm.
Youth Service 1;30 p.m.
tvanteliatic 7;30 p.m.
CHURCH Oir GOD Rio :Mull. rmti
15th Street, Pontius Latevre
StmdaY Service 11:00 a.m.
Sunday School 3:00 p.m.
'Natio listie 7:30 p.m.
CHURCH OF GOD Chemin, Pot.
No. 4-144, 27th Street
Sunday &hall Ind
Morning Service 10:10 a.m.
'marinade 4 1:30 p.m.
CHURCH OF GOD ,. Gatemen Pod;
tranalsnimian Highway, Mullein
Stmday School and
Morning Servici 11:00 a.m.
lounge natio 7:00 pm.
CHURCH Or GOD Santa RUC ?mt.
Trans Isthmian ,Highway, Santa Rita
Morning 8.1140 12 noon
Rvangeliatle 7:00 p.m.
'CHURCH OP GOD Cady& Panama
Trans Isthmian Highway, Cativ
Sunday School and
Morning Hdrvica I 1:00 cm.
Vont. nine :00 p.m.
alousto or GOD C01611, ?snood
gth Stroot near hielndoz Avek
Sunday School and,
Slorninit "Sande ,, ;. k0:00
I'vulgoustio .,,,..,,,c6hoiolie.? m00 p.m.
, ,, ,.,
' ,CO57511314ITI CHAPA...
fr,Diablo HMO CZ-
(near Diablo school)
Rev. Carl Y. Thompson. Minister
Box 31 Diablo Height C.Z
, Phones; Home. Gamboa 211
, Church Bo Ibis' 421
Sunday Behocu 10:00 am
Worship Service 11:00 cat
Youth Service' 7:00 p.m
Zvanie Servico 7:30 DM
Wodnesday; fhb le Study
and Prover &woke 110 p
smorniza LinatsAR envital
Balboa Road at Wight Strom
pieRobert 2." Ottmick. Pastes
P.O. Bost Std. Balboa.
Sunday School. Bible Class cno
Divine Service 10:15 a.m
Holy, Conununion. first Sunday oi the
- Atlantis lido
Coco Solo Chapel
Mr. Prided& S. Click. 'Vicar
Divins Service 11 a.m.
Holy Communion. last Sunday of ths
Jeitive Hare board lid 7,1-11 Le
hoes Noma lialbot C.I 11,$libi Nether
sortie rrihey. 1:20 0.111 'Mum
(IMP sme Why el Jewish gentlest
uncvr Poeut. lases end 'Rodeos).
Lent Imitation idol Reyna Imam. Ave
dins Cubs And Seth Street. bells Vista
Psnamd pity demigods IWO oat
Posts and Bases
- PACIFIC SIDS
Junior ChurchSunday School 9:00
Morning Worship 10:00
Churchlime Nursery School WOO
Fellowship Hour 11:00
Sunday School 1:00
Mori lint Worship 10;30
, nunaay ber1001 I:00
Morning Worship 10:30
Youth Fellowship il :30
U.S. NAVAL STATION, RODMAN
Sunday School I:30
Morning Worship .. ... 11:00
(Holy COnutunion First Sun Sunday
day Sunday of Month)
Sunday, School (Bldg. 126) COO
Morning Worship 10:16
Youth FellowshipSunday 7:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School .. 1:30
Morning Worship S:30 & 10:43
Youth Fellowship 6:30
Adult Bible ClassMonday 7:30
Young People's Instruction
Wear lay 6:SO
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worship . .. .... MOO
(Holy Communion.- First Sun Sunday
day Sunday of Month)
Daily Mass 4:15
Sunday Manses 8:30 & 11:30
Confessiorui Saturday 8 :30
Daily Maas 6:15
Sunday Manes 8:00, 9 :15 & II :45
Contentions Saturday 6 :00 & y :30
Catechism ClasaWednesday 4 :00
U.S. NAVAL STATION, RODMAN
Sunday Mass ..9 :30
Daily masa 6 :00
Saturday Man 7 :00
Sunday Mm 8:30
Confessions Saturday :00 8:00
Sunday -Mast 10:30
ALBROOK FORCE BABB
Daily Mass 6 :00
Saturday Man 7 :00
.Sunday Masses 7:45 & 12 :00
Sunday Mass ( Spanish 1 7 :00
Novena Servicea Tbesday 7 :00
Confessions Saturday 7 :00
Tort Kobbe Saturday 2 :00
USO-JWIL BalboaFriday ,, 7 tan
Albrook Air Force Saturday 4 :00
USO-JWIL, BalboaSaturday 5 :30
Sunday School 9:30
Morning Worship 10 :45
Coffee Call 10 :30
Church Nursery 10 :30
Doily Mate 4;30
Saturday Mass II :30
Sunday, Masses 8 :30 la 910
Confessions Saturday 12:00 12 :38
6:30 7 :30
Tuesday 7 :15
Weekly Seritees in all churches
Sabbath School 11:30 a.m.
Divine Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth's Mooting 4:30 p.m.
Bible Study and Pram Sortie
Pacific Side Panand
Pastor F.R. Archbold Tel. 21-3-1890
Cabo Verde. Ave. J.I. de la Casa No.
Chorrillo 15th. No. 2.
Pueblo Nuevo 2.A St. between 3rd
and 4th 0ta.
Rio Abalo llth St. No. 21
Gamboa and Frijoles
Pastor W. H. Waller Tel. 11430
Pastor A. A. Grizzle Tel. it-102
Spanish Churches Pacific Side Panama
Pastor Daniel Monads Tel. 23-3-
Panama, Calle Darien No. 3.
Fedregal di Nuevo Cherare.
Ilaator G. A. Jettrias Tot 3.2103
Criatobal lenglish lath a Bolivar
4vct inn 3rd
Pastor Manuel Calderon Tel. 3.2103
Cristobal Spanish lath th Bolivar
0844 Govi lan Road. Balboa Tel.
2-11159 k 2.3531.
Irench Art Works
Auctioned In NY
NEW YORK (UPI) e'venteen
French art works sold Rice kold koldplated
plated koldplated hot cakes last night
bringing a record total of 91,156,-
400 et a celebrity-studded Inc Inction.
tion. Inction. The top bid-9255,000 for at Ren Renoir...was
oir...was Renoir...was made by auto heir Wal Walter
ter Walter p. Chrysler Jr. The paintings,
pastels and drawings of French
impressionists were from the
estate of Chrysler's late sister,
Melina Chrysler Foy, who died
A Degas ballet scene and a
Toulouse Lautrec portrait of a
woman in a garden were sold ,to
New Nork dealer E. J. Rousuck
at record prices of $190,000 each.
FLIES TO WEST
BERLIN (UPI)--Karl Grobbeck.
er, 58, a noted East German 'd 'dentist
entist 'dentist in the field of agriculture,
has fled to West Berlin, officials
reported today. Re was director
of the Agricultural (Science Usti Ustituts,
tuts, Ustituts, of Rostock Vniversi
Dance 63Is Going
AI 0 DM Toninht
WIAIMV V41010, WWII'
At 9 PM Tonight
All former employes of the
Commissary Division are special specially
ly specially invited to attend the Pacific
Commissary Club's semi-formal
ninth 'anniversary dance tozught
at the Casino Villa del Mar.
The dance will get under way at
9 p.m. tonight to music by the
Willie Moro Orchestra and wilt
end at 5 am. with music by Al Albert
bert Albert Phillips and the Jets.
highlight of the dance will be
the coionation of the club's Queen
Hazel I, following by one hour of
the "music of yesteryear" by the
Willie Moro band. Phillips and
the Jets will take over immedia immediately
tely immediately afterwards.
Yesterday they club announced
that evening and that arrange arrangements
ments arrangements have been made for all allnight
night allnight bus service Atetween San
Francisco de la Ca leta and the et etty.
ty. etty. Table reservation. ire still
available and made be made by
calling Vi lie del Mar anytime
during the day.
Demos Piss Bill
To Aid Schools,
WASHIN'GTON (UPI) T h e
House Ed utati on Committee
yesterday approved a four-year$4,400,000,000
federal school aid
bill designed to build more schools
and increase teacher salaries.
The Democratic-sponsored meas measure
ure measure cleared the committee by an
111-10 vote with Democrats cast casting
ing casting ell the yes votes. Opposed
were eight Repuhlicans and two
Democrats Committee Chairman
Graham A. Barden (N.C.) and
Rep. Phil M. Landrum (Ga.).
Rep., Cleveland Bailey (D W.
Va.), chairman of the subcommit subcommittee
tee subcommittee that drafted the bill, conceded
it faced a "couple of stiff bottle bottlenecks'
necks' bottlenecks' in the House Ries Com Committee
mittee Committee and on the Hou e floor,
where a fight loomed over aid to
Republican committee members
Reps. Carroll D. Kearno (Pa.),
Peter Frelinghuysen Jr., (NI.)
and Robert P. Griffin (Mich.)
said the measure didn't have a
ghost of a chance of clearing
The bill, whkh would cost S1,-
100,000,000 Fit year. would nrovide
grants to states for school build building
ing building and teacher salaries. Grants
would be made on the basis of
525 for each school-age child in
the state. No state matching funds
would be renuired.
President Eisephwer prnposed
a "pay later" program of aid to',
school construction which would
cost nothing next fiscal year when
his budget will be in precarious
balance at best. His proposal
would cost about 2 billion dollars
over a 25-year period.
The' bill drafted by Bailey's sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee wept through the full
committee with only one minor
change ,-- an amendment wlech
would put in escrow for two years
federal allotments for any state
which cannot accept grants.
Committee aides said this was
adopted because the Wyoming
legislattme has passed a resolu resolution
tion resolution declaring that the state would
not accept any federal subsidies
for schools. If the state did not
reverse its stand within two years.
its share of the grants would be
divided up among other states.
WASHINGTONChief Air Force
scienust Dr. Joseph V. Charyk,
saying decoy warheads on incom incoming
ing incoming missiles would confuse radar
"How do you ell' the mccoy
from the decoy"
WASIlliNGTON President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower on the lengthy congres congressional
sional congressional hearings on some of his
"The kind of delaying tactics,
the kind of attacks made upon
them, upon their integrity, is
something that must have some
kind of purpose other than mere
searching into their competence."
WASHINGTONSen. doe Mc McGee
Gee McGee ID-Wyo.), on conflicting tes testimony
timony testimony before the Senate Com Commerce
merce Commerce Committee on the nomina nomination
tion nomination of Lewis L. Strauss to head
the Commerce Department!
"Somebody's lying here. 'That's
the understatement of the day."
MIAMI BEACHAM-CM Pres President
ident President George Meany, charging
that Washington politics play a
role in congressional labor inves investigations:.
tigations:. investigations:. )'Our enemies are using the ex exposure
posure exposure of the sins of a few against
the entire labor movement. We
will help to eliminate corruption
but we will not approve anti-labor
SAN FRANCISCOMartin Good Goodman,
man, Goodman, 'mariner of comedian Jona Jonathan
than Jonathan Winters, announcing plans to
send 'Winter' to a mental institu
"He Is wound up ind emotion emotionally
ally emotionally upset. We'll try to find a
place where he can get a rest.'
GENEVA Trumpeter Louis
aatehmo) Armstrong, arriving
for a one,night stand during tbe
East-Nest foreign ministers' eon eonferenee:
ferenee: eonferenee: "Those diplomats speak a lan language
guage language all their own. I don't under understand
stand understand the big ,words they use. But
I know that if they listen to my.
musie4 they deal even think about
I lathea-Ceee Sole
The festival of Pentecost will be
celebrated at Redeemer Lutheran
Church in Balboa at 10:15 tomor tomorrowmanint,
rowmanint, tomorrowmanint, climaxing with the
cenfirmation and first commun.
ion of a class of three young peo
'During Ails past two years the
class was instructed by the pas pastors
tors pastors of the parish and publicly
examined Wednesday evening
of thig weekThe following will be
received into communicant mem membership
bership membership by the rite of confirma confirmation:
tion: confirmation: Paula Badonsky, George
Hoven and Joyce Swenson.
The sermon for the occasion
will be preached by the Rev. Ro Robert
bert Robert F. Gussick, mission counsel counselor
or counselor for the Lutheran church in the
lad Rada Monies
'SAN DIEGO, Calif. (UPI)--Two
men shot and wounded each other
tyesterday in a wild west style gun gunfight
fight gunfight on a downtown street cor corner.
ner. corner. Police said the men., Calvin P.
Summers, 23, a sailor, and
Jimmy C. Fuller, 23, tired at
each other six times with revolv revolvers
ers revolvers before both fell to the ground.
Both men were booked on
charges of attempted murder. Po Police
lice Police said the argument started
when Summers called 'Fuller, a
Negro, "somo bad racial names."
CARDINAL TO VISIT
BONN, Germany WMThom WMThomas,
as, WMThomas, Cardinal Tien, exiled Roman
Catholic primate of China who
was injured in' a highway accident
nine months ago, will fly to the
United States at the end of June,
it was announced ylesterday.
The 69-year-old prelate, who came
to Germany to stimulate interest
in the plight of Catholisicm in
Communist China, has been hos hospitalized
pitalized hospitalized in nearby Siebert since
the accident here last August.
God's Bond is your
warranty of eternal
joy . your life is
safe in His hands.
END YOUR SEARCH
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8 :20 & 10:40: SEARCH FOR SATISFACTION"
At the MorninrWorship hour you'll discover the only scriptural
way to real contentment by following one of the finest gentleman
in the Bible in his search .for the one thing he missed. Can you
say your really satisfied in your experience with, God?
CHILDRFarli CIAIPEL -- Robert !nyder
9:30SUNDAY:SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)
The B.S. it iniy the beginning of your experience in Bible
knowledge. But you should begin why not this ginxisyt Try
our B.B, this Week.
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6:30-BAPTIST TRAININO UNION
The Copal parley states that people in Mations need"training"If
this is true nationally, educationally, agriculturally, and technic technically
ally technically bow much morn so le it needed religiously spiritual train,
ing is tor eternity.
7:30-"THE SCARLET WOMAN"
Religion has been in the world a 1,00S time; but Ras 17-13 pie pieturas
turas pieturas its final doom. God points out how world religions will coins
to their end.
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gets God it sinks into decoy .
0 The same is true of en individual. Are you ..
giving God His rightful glace in your life?
Worship every Lord's Day in His 50'10wink 4
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gets forgets God it sinks into decoy
The same is true of en individual. Are you
giving God His rightful place in your life?
Worship every Lord's Day in His Sanctuary.
-SE WITHOUT A CHURCH HOME(
ARE CORDIALLY INVITED (
9:30-SUNDAY SCHOOL FOR ALL THE FAMILY
Under the teaching of Christian teachers in every de-
partment your family will be growing in the knowledge of:
His Word. Our emphasis is Bible centered, seeking to bring'
men to a knowledge of Christ and t0 strengthen believers
for His service.
i :00"COMPROMISE and CONSEQUENCES"
The challenge is to be true to God's call and Word.
The temptation is to compromise your testimony, message,
and work. The O. T. tells us of Jehosophat who met with
this temptation. Hear how he dealt with it in his daY.
Read II Chronicles 17-20.
6:00JET CADETS and HIGH SCHOOL
(Oradea 4 and up)
7:00"COMPROMISE AND CONSEQUENCES"
Every Christian faces the same temptations. Either
we compromiscoX, we stand firm for the Word of Gott
Howl,Many livealia4e been ruined because of compromise(
Sin hos leads.to 'better but to worse.
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Lutheran services on the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic side will be held, as usual.
at the Coco Solo chapel, beginntng
at 12:15 cm. The' Rev. Herman
Bartz will officiate.
Appropriate services will' be
conducted at Christ Church Byl,
the-Sea in observance of the treat
of Pentecost, which is also known
as Whitsunday, beginning with
service of Holy Communion at fol followed
lowed followed by Matins at 8:30 a.m., and
solemn high Maas and sermon at
At the early service there will
be the monthly corporate com communion
munion communion of Christ Church chapter
of the Knights of St. Paul.
The parish will be visited at
7:30 in the evening by Bishop R.
Heber Gooden, who at that time
will administer the rite of Holy
Confirmation to a class of chil children
dren children and adults.
The Rev. J. C. Peter Farmer,
rector of the hurch, will present
Triumph TR3 Cars
Gain Another Win
In Hoiland Rally
Triumph TR3 sports cars gain gained
ed gained another class win in the In.,.
Iternational Tulip Rally of Hol.4
land last week..
Nine TR3s anch two Standard
Tens started the rally. and all
11 finished the gruelling 1000.,
mile course although only 90 ot
the original 180 entrants man-,
aged to do so.
The nine TR3s took the first.
nine places in Clam H, while 4
Keith Ba llisat and E. Marvin44a
who were placed first in this
class, were second in the entire
rally, narrowly missing an out-.
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TODA Y I MIDNIGHT SHOW!
AT MEL FERREIVin
11 :00 p.m. I "THE VI NTAGE"
Kodak kook line Tourney Ni.ifs Into5a00411604.At:T.0,0,0GOlf
iN BENEFIT 'CORRIDA' TOMORROW "Curr o" Ballesteros of Colombia executes a "veronica"
during a recent performance in Medellin, Colom bia, He and "Cagancho" Rubio of Spain will al alternate
ternate alternate on the six-butt benefit program for the Pa nama National Red Cross tomorrow afternoon at 4
p.m. at La Macarena bullring.
Teams L Pct. GB
Milwaukee 17 10 .630
los Angeles 18 14 .563 11,
Cincinnati 16 13 .552 2
San Francisco 16 14 .533 21
Chicago 16 16 .500 31
Pitisburgh 14 14 .500 31
Phrtadelphia 11 18 .379 7
St. Louis 11 20 .355 8
lailwaukce at Los Angeles (N)
Cincinnati at San Francisco
Philadelphia at St. Louis
Pittsburgh at Chicago
Yesterday's Reit tits
Philadelphia 0611'02Q 000-2 4
St. Louis 141 010 10x-8 12
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Roberts (22), Hearn, Meyer
and Ilegan, Thomas..
Mizell (4-1) and IL Smith.
Cincinnati 5 San Francisco 2.
Only Games Scheduled.
ITODAY ENCANTO 35-20
Double In CinemaScopel
Pat Boone in
Brian Keith in
t ew York
W L Pct.
17 11 9 .654
18 1 .621
16 13 .552
15 16 .484
15 14 .481
12 16 .429
21 15 .423
10 18 .353
Chicago at New York
Kansas City at Washington
Cleveland at Boston
Detroit 4t Baltimore
Yesterd ay's Results
Chicago 100 003 020-6 9 0
NciA, York 000 000 000-0 6 3
Pierce (5-2) and Lollar. Ford
(3-2), Coates, Kucks and Berra.
Detroit 000 000 100-1 9 0
Baltimore 000 000 002-2 5 1
Mossi (1t2) and Berberet,
Walker, Loes (3-1) and Triandos.
Cleveland 022 000 000-4 8 1
Boston 000 010 002-3 5 4
Grant (2 0) Perry and Nixon.
Brewer t1-31, Wall and White,
Kansag City 000 000 310-4 8 2
Washington 010 001 000-2 5 2
'Herbert (2-3) and House.
I liernen i-Z-J) anti House.
Kemmerer (4-2) and Porter.
1 WEEKEND ATTRACTION! 1
7:00 Dnoug.om 9:00
TODAY ,11 60c. 30c'. TOMORROVii
THE UNUSUAL AND PROVOCATIVE STORY
INSPIRED BY THE PASSIONATE EVENTS
OF OUR TIMES!
( 11-01 mon
(Based on 75 official at
G Ab R H
Aaron, Mil 27 215 21 56
Burgess, P 25 80 10 33
GB 1Temple, Cin 29 120 23 41
Pinson, Cin 29 120 24 41
12 'Mays, S. F. 30 122 25 41
212 SL 31 125 21 41
412 1Cov'ton, M 25 93 6 30
412 Bruton, Mil 23 91 17 29
6 Gemas, SL 31 120 15 38
6 D'meter, LA 30 117 21 37
Kuenn, Det 22
Fox, Chi 29
Maris, ICC. 27
Coiavito, C 26
Punnets, B 28
Ma Isom, Bos28
Bridges, Det 28
Power, Cie 26
asby, Bei 29
87 12 35
122 14 43
115 12 40
106 21 36
102 19 34
107 17 35
112 21 35
99 8 31
209 22 34
113 19 35
Runs Batted In
Jensen, Red Sox
Jensen, Red Sox
(Basod on 3 or more
I Mizell, Cards
I Henry, Cubs
Pirates 6 0
Lein, Dodgers 3 0
Braves 3 0
Cards 4 1
Cubs 3 1
Pirates 3 1
McLish, Indians 5 0
Wilhelm, Orioles 4 0
Pappas, Orioles 4 0
Fischer, Senatort 3
De lock, Red Sox 3 I
'Carver, Athletics 1
,Ferrarese, Indiana I
BRENNER GETS SUPPORT
NEW YORK (GPI) Match Matchmaker
maker Matchmaker Teddy Brenner has reeeiv reeeived
ed reeeived support from tile New York
Athletic Commission to revive
junior divisional boxing champ championships.
ionships. championships. Brenner's first effort
will be a 12-round junior welter welterweight
weight welterweight title match between Carlos
Ortiz of New York and Kenny
I,ane of Muskegon, Mich. The 140-
noun(' bout will be at Madison
Square Garden AMC 12.
with Olenn Ford
with Russ Tamblyn
TEZ PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPINDENE DAILY NEWSPAPER,
Close 1st Round Matches
Fail To, Produce Favorite
The 1959 Kodak '113rookline" golf tournament
moves into the second round this weekend at the
Panama Golf Club without any team installed as the
favorite because of the close matches prOduced in
last week's first round.
Because of the type of tourna tournament,
ment, tournament, in which each team is com composed
posed composed of two players whose com combined
bined combined handicaps exceed a totai of
20, no particclar team could be
installed as ,a favorite. Many of
the matches, however, were quite
close and won on the final nole.
Results of the first round were
Kascher-Mitten beat J. Ridge-Corra
4 and 3
C. Paz Rodriguez-Hearne defeated
Beeson-Lee 1 up
Torres-Halman over Elich-Byrne
1 up (19 holes)
Cruz-Carter topped Kincaid-Ander
son 3 and 2
J. de la Guardia-Stanziola over
Morrice-Mersler 2 and 1
J. Paz Rodriguez-Hoobery beat
IGuorntere-LeBrun 1 up
Davis-Kent defeated F. Baldwin BaldwinBoyd
Boyd BaldwinBoyd 2 and 1
Humbert-Valdes whipped D. Deh
linger-Robins 8 and 6
Nene Arias-Aleman nipped J. Des
Londes-Swenson 1 up
I) Maduro-Saarinen over Bacmgardner-Lally
2 and 1
C. Arosemena-Rrown trounced Ne Negro
gro Negro Arias-Cain 5 and 4
pct. Massot-Tapia edged Moran-Hernan
.48rdez 1 up
.4131Dalton-Ficianque over Va liarino
.3501Chandeck 1 up (20 holes)
Al Lopez Says Yankees
Are Beatin Themselves
.3412 By FRED DOWN
.327 NEW YORK, May 26 (UPI)
.313 The Yankees are beating them
.312! Never before in Casey Stengel's
.310 regime has that cry been heard
lad that's the joyous news to A,
merican Leaguers today after the
'Chicago White Sox 6-0 triumph
over the fumbling world cham cham33
33 cham33 pions.
"I'vo hoard thOysve boon boat boat32
32 boat32 ing thomso,vss," said White Sox
manager Al Lopos. "But this is
tho first time I'vo actually soon
Lopez was referring to the fact
that the Yankees had made three
errors, two by shortstop Bobby
!8 Richardson and one by catcher
Yogi Berra, to make two of the
- White Sox' runs unearned. The
22 Yankees also committed three
errors and allowed four unearned,
runs in a 7-6 loss to Cleveiand
on Tuesday night.
TIVOLI I CAPITOLIO
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"This is the sort of thing. that
can lead to a prolonged slump"
said Lop(' z. "First, you don't hit.
TI:rn, your defense sags and
you're in a real slumP.,I'm not
saying it's going to happen to the
Yankees but the symptoms are
there for anybody to see. It's hope hopeful
ful hopeful to -all us down-pressed.'
Billy Pierce pitched a six-hitter
and struck out seven batters as
the White Sox rolled to their sc,
venth straight victory. It was
Pierce's fifth win and,marked the
third time in 2,3 pines the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees were shut out.
The first place Indians remain remained
ed remained a half game ahead of the
White Sox with a 4-3 decision over
the Boston Red Sox, the Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore Orioles pulled out a 2-1 win
over the Detroit Tigers and the
Kansas City Athletics beat the
Washington Senators, 4-2, in other
American League games.
'rho Cincinnati Rods dovnwd
Ow San Francisco Giants, S-2,
and ths St. Louis Cardinals rout.
sd the Philacialphia Phillies, 64,
in the only National Laagua Ac Activity.
tivity. Activity. Bubba Phillips hit a two-run dou double
ble double in the sixth inning and also
contributed a single to a two-run
eighth-inning rally for the White
Sox who dealt Whitey Ford fits
second loss. Pierce faced only 20
'batters in the first six innings,
struck out seven and lot only one
Yankee reach third.
Rocky Colavito's ninth bonier
1.0001secona loss. rierce raceo only Ai
1.000 'batters in the first six innings,
1.000 struck out seven and let only one
1.00r, Yankee reach third.
.759 Rocky Colavito's ninth bonier
:450 iand Minnie Minoso's fourth were
;no, the big blows as Cleveland's Jim
01 the big blows as Cleveland's Jim
Grant picked up his second win
with ninth-inning relief help from
L. rookie Jim Perry. Frank Maizone
singled and Jackie Jensen homer.
k ed to lead off the Boston ninth
e but then Perry hustled out of the
). bullpen to retire the next three
batters in order.
. Bob Nieman homered behind a
8 leadoff single by Bob Boyd In the
y ninth inning to lift Baltimore's
ly Loes to his third win and deal
n lefty Don Mossi his second loss.
The Tigers had snapped a score.
Gulliver en el Pais
de Los Ensues
Man With The Steel
Whip (Chaps. 1-3)
Hinkle-J. K. Baldwid defeated Pier
point-Mercer 3 add 2
J. Westman-Arango nipped Muller
Duran 1 up
The second round matches will
be as follows:
Kascher-Mitten vs C. Paz Rodriguez-Mersler
Torres-Halman vs (whiner of Watson-Woodruff
Crus-Carter vs J. de la Guardia
J. Paz Rodriguez-Hooberry vs Davis-Kent
Humbert-Valdes vs Nene Arias AriasAleman
Aleman AriasAleman Maduro-Saarinen vs Arosemena ArosemenaBrown
Brown ArosemenaBrown Massot-Tapla vs Dalion-Fidanque
'Hinkle-L. K. Baldwin vs Westman
Consolidation flight second round
matches will be as listed:
Ridge-Correa vs Beeson-Lee
Elich-Byrne vs (loser Watson
Woodruff vs Williams-Mahoney)
Kincaid-Anderson vs Morrice-Mers
Guernieri-LeBrun vs F. Baldwin BaldwinBoyd
Boyd BaldwinBoyd Dehlinger-Robins vs DesLondes
Baungardner-Lally vs Negro Arias
Moran-Hernandez vs J. J. Vallsrino-Chandeck
Pierpoint-Mercer vs Muller-Duran
less duel between Mossi and 20-
year old Jerry Walker on a seventh-inning
homer by Lou Ber Berberet.
beret. Berberet. Hector Lopez' three run
homer in the seventh gave the
Athletics their secor,u1 straight
victory and the Senators their
fifth loss in six games. Ray Her Herbert
bert Herbert pitched a five-hitter for
the Athletics to Will his second
game while four-game winner
Atuss Kemmerer suffered his
Don Newcombe drove in three
runs with a homer and a double,
struck out seven and pitched a
seven-hitter for the Reds. Vada
Pinson, contributed a triple and
a double to the Reds' 14-hit at at,
, at, tack which sent Jack Sanford down
to his third defeat. Leon Wag her
homered for the Giants
Ken Boyer hit his seventh hom homer
er homer and George Crowe and Bill
White also homered for the Car Cardinals
dinals Cardinals who got four-hit, 10 strike strikeout
out strikeout pitching by Vinegar Bend MI
zell enroute to his fourth win. The
loss was the fifth straight for the
Phil lies who also trail in a sus suspended
pended suspended game. Robin Robert's 'cc
ord was squared at 2-2.
GIANTS OPTION PITCHER
SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) The
San Francisco Giants Tuesday op
tioned pitcher Marshall Renfroe to
their Phoenix farm club in the
Pacific Coast League. Renfaie
failed to make an appearance ior
the Giants this season.
SIGNS TWO HEAVIES
NEW YORK (UPI)Matchmtili-1
er Teddy Brenner has signed un-1
beaten Montreal heavyweight Rob I
ert Cleroux and Reagan Buck,
'Ferman of Tyler, Tex., for a May
29 bout at Madison Square Gar Garden.
den. Garden. Their eight-round fight will
be a semi-final to the feature be between
tween between Nino Valdes of Cuba and
Pittsburgh's Alonzo Johnson.
RIDES SECOND TRIPLE
NEW YORK (UPI) Eddie Ar Artaro
taro Artaro made it two triples in a row
at Belmont Park Tuesday. Ar Arcaro's
caro's Arcaro's winning mounts were Star Staretta,
etta, Staretta, Warlike andJudy Jump Up
in the feature race.
SETS TRACK RECORD
NEW YORK (UPI) Golden
Fast established a new Belmont
Track record for six furlongs
Wednesday when he won the $6,
000 Twenty Grand Purse in 1:09
2,5. The time was one-fifth of a
second better than the mark set
by Yemen in 1957.
For Amateurs Only
NEW YORK Rodeo
rules ban professional officials
and require every judge to be an
active rodeo contestant.
R I 0
Anthony Perkins in
THIS ANGRY AGE
Murder by Contract
with Phillip Pine
CARRY DISTRICT COLORsMembers of the 15th Naval District's rifle and pistol team, book booked
ed booked to fly to Dam Neck, Va., this week for the Atlantic Fleet championships, are (kneeling, from
left) William P. Morton of Rodman, Lowell W. Parks of CommSta and Charles L. Jackson of v..,
CommSta; (standing, from left) Donald R. Blackmon of Rodman, William J. Mohr of Rodman,- -1,,
William S. Johnson of Rodman, Harry E. Bright of Rodman and John D. Me loy of Galeta Ia Ialand.
land. Ialand. 4
Their sights on the Atlantic
Fleet chanipionships, the 15th Na Naval
val Naval District rifle and pistol team
was scheduled to fly this week to
Dam Neck, Va.
The team consisted of eight
members and chief N. McKee,
Rodman small arms instructor ac accompanying
companying accompanying the group as coach.
Team members included Wil Wil;ham
;ham Wil;ham J. Mohr o: Rodman, Lowell
W. Parks of COMMSta, William
13. Morton of Rodman, Harry F.
113rigkt of Rodman, John D. Me MeJoy
Joy MeJoy of Caleta Island, Charles L.
'Jackson of COMMSta, Donald R.
Balboa High School
Player F g Ft
Morris, J. 1 0
Rajak, D. 2 4
Ness, G. 3 4
Womble, H. 1 0
Kirkland, L. 3 4
Cunningham, R. 3 0
Stromberg, R. 0 1
Engleke, B. 0 0
Spradlin, L. 0 0
Totals 13 12
517th Field Artillery
Battery D, Fort Amador
Johnson, D. 1 0 5 2
.Crawford, R. 2 2 3 6
'Anderson, D. 2 0 3 4
Purbach, R. 6 6 2 18
Jacobs, J. 2 4 2 8
'alentin, R. 0 0 1 0
4 orwin, H. 2 0 2 4
,'Itilliams, C. 0 0 0 0
'hiwter, J. 0 0 0 0
7 rown, R. 0 0 0 0
Totals 15 12 18 42
-The blue-clad Gold Coasters
from' the Atlantic side defeated
the 'Balboa, A.C. 59-55 tonight in
, game as close as Brigitte Bar Barcot's
cot's Barcot's towel. Each game in this
lyear's tournament has been morr,
exciting than Hs predecessor. All
but the initial game have gone
ight down to the wire beforc a
winner was decided.
The Balboa club led at half halftime
time halftime 29 to 25 but entered the fi final
nal final period down one point with
the score at 40 to 39 in favor of
the Cristobal athletes. The lead
went from team to team in the
Ifinal frame with the score tied
1 at fifty-five all with but seconds
remaining to be played. Several
fouls of desperation and an un
timely technical foul sewed the
game up for the Atlantic gentle.
High man for the winners was
player-coach Dave Ingram who as
Blackmon of Rodman and William
S. Johnson, of Rodman.
The pistol team wiU consist of
Mohr, Parks, Morton and Bright.
Firing on the rifle team will be
Parks, Me loy, Jackson,. Morton,
Mohr and Bright.
The Rifle- Team was expected
to place high if not bring home
the bacon based on its showing in
the recent PAF matches at the lo local
cal local Empire Range.
Team member Chief Jackson,
unofficial scorekeeper for the
group, said their Zmpire Range
scores were within six points of
5:17thL FA,-Atlatitk ,A,,iC Wii
The Gunners of !1,.. Amador's leumulated a ,total of, 28, 1Lofl ATLANTIC A.C.
Battery D- 517th Field Artillery hich were charity throws, Johnt
kept the Armed Forces hopes a- Illatgi contributed, 14 important rate,
Lve for a service winner in the Toints to the invaders, trom "ovev, Dedeaux, L.
,Junior College Invitational Basket-ithere.' Leading scbters for th." Hooper, L.
,hall Tournament. The Artillery local Athletic Club were Ray NI- Downing, G.
boys defeated the Bullthigs of 'chisher and Larry Horinewith 13 Ruoff, J.
Balboa High School by a score of each. 1ngram, D.
WILILICI til pit .unimuct rnt,ill,u, S-ditFY 1 BALBOA A.C.
vs Atlantic Athletic Club game.
This game will commence imnic
diately following the Junior College Culbreth, R.
vs Cristobal High School gamc,,,ce, B.
which will be started at two o'
clock Saturday afternoon. iTochterman, G.
In the B.H.S. vs Battery D 1 Nesbitt, R.
game Dick Burbach lead his team Nickisher, R.
with 18 points while Lem Kirkland Trout, W.
and Gary Ness chalked up ten
points a pith in the loser's cause." Horine, L.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (UPI)
A movie company offered Har Harvard
vard Harvard and Yale $23,000 for exclu exclusive
sive exclusive rights to film their 1922 foot football
ball football game, but. one stipulation
ended negotiations. The game
had to be played on field 55
yards long the scope of the
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (UPI) Forty-eight
eligibles for the 1959
Kentucky Derby were purchased
in auction rings as yearlings in
1957 and cost their owners $839,-
LOS ANGELES (UPI) Tom
Wilson, offensive halfback for the
Los' Angeles Rams, is a top-notch
golfer who shoots consistently in
the low 70's while using an un unusual
usual unusual cross-handed grip.
Just Not Cricket
LONDON (UPI) King Ed Edward
ward Edward IV dealt the sport of crick cricket
et cricket one of its worst blows in 147
when he fixed a fine of $50 and
two years imprisonment for any
one who played the game.
No Kick Coming
ITHACA, N. Y. (UPI) Cornell
president R. White forbade stp stpdents
dents stpdents to accept a football ail aillenge
lenge aillenge from Rutgers in 1873 with,
the words: will not permit 210
men to travel 400 miloo to agi agitate
tate agitate a bag of wind.
sAruRDAL MAY 16,
District Rifle And Pistol Tearn
Takes Aim On Atlantic Title
the winning score in last year's AtA
lantic Fleet matches.
"But the competition probably
has. improved too," moaned Jack:
son, "just like us."
Thirteen pistol shooters and 10'
riflemen competed last week ttr'..'":
the 1511 Naval District cham championship
pionship championship matches to determine the' 7
The matches were held at Rod': ","
man,. Pistol firing wa with the (
.45- caliber pistol and rifle corn-. I
petition with the .50 caliber IVI1
Garand, bo,h matches conformidt
to National Trophy Match stand. :';
K Basketball Tourney Gamesi
naloua 1-11611 01:110111 uy ct nLui c ol ,onvit.
42 to 38. The Atlantic Athletic Club will Palumbo, L. 0 0 OW
tike on the Amador Battery D Moser, P. 1 0 ;:t1
The high school team was in 517th Field Artillery, that defeat- Puezada, R. 4 4 ". 5 itom
the first qiiarter by 2 points, in
-- ed the Balboa High School team Swearington, R. 0 0 0 ,;IS:
tie second by 5 points and tied
in the evening's first game, tomor- iTotals 1S' 29 29' tt:
at a score of 33-33 at the close row immediately following the: No,
of the third quarter. It was a opener between J.C. and Cristobali ,.
hard fought game all the way ---
'Ugh School. Game time for' the
with Amador holding the lead first game will be 2:00. The cham-IToday r s Preaknesri
at the Crucial momentthe final Iionship game tvill be played be; ..
whistle. tyseen the wirmers of Abe after S, 'Z''..,
Tbe, Artillery will play .in to
Richest Race Foil
coon games at 8:00 tonight.
'night's second game against the
winner of tlie Balboa Athletic Club 1 IZAI AMA A r
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BALTIMORE, Md., May 16 --A.
(UPI)--The Preakness Stakes.
minus some ,glamour because Ille
Kentucky Derby champion is miss
ing but boasting a $190,300 purse
that makes it the world's richest
race for three-year-olds, goes ap
for grabs today with a field of
Absent from the second jewel"'
of ihe turf's "triple crown'xaces
was Tomy Lee, the Derby Milner
who went home to California, but
eight of the other Derby horses
were set to go, plus thre,e other
colts who did not run in the earl'.
And there was a chance for
"triple cr o w n" of sorts, bel
cause Tomy Lee's brilliant jock jockeY.
eY. jockeY. Willie Shoemaker was set tb
ride favored Sword Dancerl0diry.
The race, expected to draw a
crowd of 40,000, will be telecast ""
by CBS. from 4:30 to 5 p.m. with-.
post time at 4:45.
The winner will earn 5131,800 --
making a net profit of $136,100
for th.e 10 owners who paid $1,600
to get their horses to the po3t
in the mile and threesixteenths
Manassa i Mauler, howeverL,""
would earn only $126,300 by win.
ning since oyner Emil Dolce pall'"'''
a $10,000 supplementary fee to
make the Wood Memorial 1,1h,,'",
ner eligible as well m the $500 A
entry and $1,000 starting fees. The..."'
second horse gets 00,000 with $15i''
000 to third and $7,5000 to fourth.--
EDWARDS NAMED COACH
EDMONTON, Alta. (UPI) ""st,
Dan Edwards, former, NFL end', :
has signed as an assistan' font. "'
ball coach with the Edmonton
Eskimos of the Canadian Pro."
fessional League. Edwards sue.,
ceeda Teti Youngling, who ittuV te
scent a similar maim at DA&
, 7 night s second game against the
, -,110,Li. 4tru OWL
TMraiarinSd, oAs,tholertiVes e and struck out seven batters as wry' ow wego,,w wnisile. ill
teseen -the wirmers of :the after 't,',Z.,'.
, : TODAY 1 60c. 30c. I TOMORROW 8 the White Sox rolled to their sc, The Artillery wjll play .in to.
coon ames at 8:00 toni ht.
g g Richest kace For' v
venth straight victory. It was
Yost, Tigers winner of tlie Balboa Athletic Club
, Pierce's fifth win and.marked the
, Kaline, Tigers GIANTS OPTION PITCHER BALBOA A.C
, 1 third time in 2.5 games the Yen- vs Atlantic Athletic Club game.
Lemon, Senators SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)
- The Th i s 1 yg afrnolei 0 wwiinlig tchoem jmuenni ere Houke B. 1 1 3 :7:
i THE UNUSUAL AND PROVOCATIVE STORY Allison, Senators 7 kees were shut out.
7 The first place Indians remain- San Francisco Giants Tuesday op d t
tioned pitcher Marshall Renfroe to la e Culbre'th, R.
vs Cristobal High School e mr 01 20 24 ott Three-Year-Oids
INSPIRED BY THE PASSIONATE EVENTS
ed a half game ahead of the -a 'Joyce
White Sox with a 4-3 decision over th Ph f I b th
eir oenix arm c u in e
OF OUR TIMES! LEADING th,e Boston Red Sox, the Bain- Pacific Coast Lea tie. Renfi-oe'wh.ich will be started at, two o'-
iTochterman, G. 1 2 3 4 l'
, g Iclock Saturday afternoon. 1 5 1 7 1
. more Orioles pulled out a 2-1 van failed to make an appearance lor In the 13.11.S. vs Battery D 1 Nesbitt, R.
1 the Giants this season.
Nickisher, R. 4 0 2 8
PITCHERS over the Detroit Tigers and the game Dick Burbach lead his team 2 9 4 13 BALTIMORE, Md., May 16 --4. '..
. -- iwith 18 noint while Lem Kirkland
., ,....7.t,r- Kansas City Athletics beat the 1 - s Trout W ,-, (UPI)-The Preakness Stakes.'
' ....,,----i--.,.... SIGNS TWO HEAVIES 0 2 5
:t 11-01,isions Washington Senators, 4-2, in other NEW YORK (UP1)-Matchmt,1:-Iand Gary Ness chalked up ten I
Gibson, B. 0 I, 0 '17 minus some ,glamour because the
i ,t ,r,....-
E - ---- ;Der; :In (Based on 3 er more decisions) American League games. points a pith in the loser's cause.
5 3 4 13 Kentucky D,erby champion is miss
er Teddy Brenner has signed un- Horine, L.
but boasting a $190,300 purse ,-
The Cincinnati Reds dovnted Totals
, ii,t- 6 1111( beaten Montreal heavyweight Rob Balboa High School 15 25 28 iS ing
c,,,,,,,,,0- NATIONAL LEAGUE the San Francisco Giants, 5-2, that makes it the world's richest -."
. ert Cleroux and Reagan Buck, pliiy.'r Fg Ft Pf T race for three-year-olds, goes ap ti,
' 4 --tT-77.-- ITRIVErtittiveR' W L Pct. and the St. Louis Cardinals rout.
id the Philadelphia Phillies, 8.2, Tcrman of Tyler, Tex., for a May 51-0-iris- J. 1 0 2 2 SHORTS 1
w Face, Pirates 6 0 1.0e0 29 bout at Madison Square Gar- for grabs today with a field of
: i 2 4 4 8 11. ,,,,,
, i.14,s2r 1,... Klippstein, Dodgers 3 0 1.000 in the only National League Aci-4--7.-',
AVERVISIVIKS 3 4 3 10
den. Their eight-round fight will a-a. t
, ,.....,,-t-:-, t-F Rush, Braves 3 0 1.0)9 tivity. 'NResis,k G'131.
be a semi-final to the feature be- wn,hip 1.1
t7.:45,-.4-t PRODUCTION ti 1 Mizell, Cards 4 1 .800 Bubba Phillips hit a two-run dou tween Nino Valdes of Cuba and 1 0 1 2 Absent from the second jeiver"-
'.11-z's-r; 3 1 .750 ble in the sixth inning and also 3 4 1 10 No Sale
- was Tomy Lee, the Derby winner :
,,.. I Henry, Cubs Pittsburgh's Alonzo Johnson. of ihe turf's "triple crown'seaces
. rt..., ,,!,;- Athe Kline, Piratee 3 1 .750 contributed a single to a two-run IC- i.-r ..k 1 .-a n-d' -11
Cunningham, R. 3 0 5 6 CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (UPI)
0 1 0 0 A movie company offered Har- who went home to Califorma, but
- tromberg, R.
-& '. a----zart4tv.)-
AMERICAN LEAGUE eighth-inning rally for the White
Sox who dealt Whitey Ford his RIDES SECOND TRIPLE
NEW YORK (UPI) -Eddie Ar- 0 0 0 0 yard and Yale $23,000 for exclu exclusive
sive exclusive rights to film their 1922 foot- eight of the other Derby horses
were set to go, plus thre,e other
, McLish, Indians 5 0 1.000Isecond loss. Pierce faced only 20 dim L
0 0 0 0'
ball game, but. one stipulation colts who did not run in the earli--
4 0 1.000 taro made it two triples in a row' Totals 13 12 17 38
. t Wilhelm, Orioles
4 0 1.000'batters in the first six innings, ended negotiations. The game
. at Belmont Park Tuesday. Ar Arectatra!'swwariring
ectatra!'swwariring Arectatra!'swwariring mounts were Star Starstruck
struck Starstruck out seven and let only one
Fischer, Senatort Ike and-Judy Jump Up 517th Field Artillery had to be played on field 55
4 Delock, Red Sox 3 0 1.606 Yankee reach third.
3 1 .759 Rocky Colavito's ninth bonier in the feature race. Battery D, Fort Amador yards long -the scope of the And there was a ,chance for a
' 'S! i 'Carver, Athletics 3 1 .-450,and Minnie Minoso's fourth were Johnson, D. 1 0 5 2 "triple c r o w n" of sorts, bel
cre iyadu, es wef ai Tvi toio
e, Ferrarese, Indiana 3 1, .7501'the big blows as Cleveland's Jim SETS TRACK RECORD .Crawford, R. 2 2 3 6
erme YS h soLweemoe
r'asdk eDbrrai inwl ci aaersn tlstfdej ot ciiskyo-
,t Grant picked up his second win NEW YORK (UPI) 2 0 3 4 Worthwhile Buys
BRENNER GETS SUPPORT with ninth-inning relief help from Fast establ.
ished a new Belmont
Golden 'Anderson, D.
Purbach, R. 6 6 2 18
Y( NEW YORK (UPI) -Match- rookie Jim Perry. Frank Maizone Track record for six furlongs Jacobs, J.. 2 4 2 8 LOUISVILLE, Ky. (UPI) -For- The race, expected to dtaw a
i maker Teddy Brenner has receiv- singled and Jackie Jensen homer. Wednesday wh.en he won the $6, .alentin, R. 0 0 1 0
y ight eligibles for the 1959 crowd of 40,000, will be telecast ."''
1 I orwin, H. 2 0 2 4 by C.B.S. from 4:30 to 5 p.m. with'.
Kentucky Derby were purchased
, ed support from tile New York ed to lead off the Boston ninth 000 Twenty Grand Purse in 1:09 bikill
Athletic Commission to revive but then Perry hustled out of the 2-5. The time was one-fifth of a' ',Whams, C. 0 0 0 0
, in auction rings as yearlings in post time at 4:45.
.t1 -,i... -.,.-.'1,
';':7-r7r, ,,,,,---- junior divisional boxing champ. bullpen to retire the next three second better than the mark set ',Tawter,RJ. 0 0 clu 1957 and cost their owners $839,- The winner will earn $137,800 s-
r pf,,--,,,y1-4---At ionships. Brenner's first effort batters in order. by Yemen in 1957. 7 rown, 0 0 0 0 562. . making a net profit of $136,200
: e,e,,,,-...---Ber:--,-,-, Totals 15 12 18 42 for th.e 10 owners who paid $1,600
, ,2;.s'i .e,e.--.-,-- will be a 12-round Junior welter- Bob Nieman homered behind a
''rhe blue-clad Gold Coasters 2-Letter Man to get their horses to the post '..,
' - weight title match between Carlos leadoff single by Bob Boyd in the For Amateurs Only
.f ortiz of New York and Kenny ninth inning to lift Baltimore'e Bil- NEW YORK (UPI) Rodeo froni the Atlantic side defeated
the Balboa, AC. 59-55 tonight in LOS ANGELES (UPI) Tom in the mile and three-sixteenthe
Wilson, offensive halfback for the race., 4
, -.-------,1"'. Lane of Muskegon, Mich. The 140- ly Loes to his third win and deal rules ban professional officials ,
past -..--v-,,,-,::: nound bout will be at Madison lefty Don Mossi his second loss. and require every judge to be an "ame as close as Brigitte Bar- Los' Angeles Rams, is a top-notch
Manassa i Mauler, howevefL,""
CI-U.- ''--,--S--'',-, Square Garden Jtine 12. The Tigere had snapped a Here- active rodeo contestant. cot's towel. Each game in this golfer who shoots consistently in
faith. t-;74f,,I.,- year's tournament hasbeen morr- the low 70's while using an un- would earn only $126,300 by win- .,,,
, ''' exciting than its predecessor. All usual cross-handed grip. nine since oyner Emil Dolce pall'" ,,
. woman, a $10,000 supplementary fee to
8 - - - --- --------- but the initial game have gone --
t past' 1 ight down to the wire before a Just Not Cricket make the Word Memorial nitt.'",
i ',,,, i winner was decided. ner eligible as well m the $500 A .:'
, Innocencttr, ToDAy4ropciEnuplusToDAy The lalboa club led at half- LONDON (UPI) -King Ed. entry and $1,000 starting fees. VIC."'
. oti.,---r, 1 time 29 to 25 but entered the fi- ward IV dealt the sport of crick- second horse gets $30,000 with $15i::.
. nal period down one point with et one of its worst blows in 147. 000 to third and $7,5000 to fourth.
i ,..' i the score at 40 to 39 in favor of when he fixed a fine of $50' and
' TIVOLI CAPITOLIO V ICTORt A RIO 1 the Cristobal athletes. The lead two years imprisonment for any
1 35c. 20c. 35c. 1100 15c. 35e. 20c., went from team to team in the line who played the game. EDWARDS NAMED COACH '''
' Spanish Program) LOTTERY NIGHT! 1 'final frame with the score tied --
: .p.sus MIT Kart EC.MACIAa I TORPEDO RIJN Man With The Steel EDMONTON, Alta. (UPI) .,.N
' ' '''' ". 4,-4e-sea lit fifty-five all with but seconds No Kick Coming
' I, re ste wise WO 0ij MAW DAM NI Ini Pr" i with Olenn Ford Gulliver en el Pais Whip (Chaps. 1-3) th
An ony Perkins in remaining to be played. Several ITHACA, N. Y. (UPI) -Cornell Dan Edwards, former, NFL eniti.
'' woos ? mu ,... de Los &limos THIS ANGRY AGE fouls of desperation and an un president R. White forbade stp- has signed as an assistan' foe.' i
TODAY MIDNIGHT SHOW! Also: Also: ATOMIC HID Alao: timely technical foul sewed the dents to accept a football chil- ball coach with the Edmonton rj
'''', ati AT MEL FENREIVin TOM THUMB EL HERMANO, NAVY COME Murder by Contract game up for the Atlantic gentle- lenge from Rutgers in 1873 with, Eskimos of the Canadian Pre.
1," 1 1:00 p.m. "THE VINTAGE" with Russ Tamblyn MENOR NOME with Phillip Pine I men. the words: 'I will not permit 30 fessionel League. Edwarda sue., .,
i 1 High man for ,the winners was men to travel 400 milso to agi- tee& Teti Youngling, who itinV tio
' . player-coach Dave Ingram who so- tato a bag of wind. , . accept a similar pasitial st Duka.,,,,
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sl f ; a0 as : 4';'7 :, c 1 , :
. '''''I'A, : faVorite because of the close matches produced in ,, -,: ,,, -.. ,:: 1 ,,&'
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of 0 i r last week's first round. '
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5,.. -!-,,, 2 lkg?i.f,:"!,i,?',,- ,f8',5S--,- ,,, ,, -it,, posed of two players whose com- J. Westman-Arango nipped Muller ,' ;e., ,- 0,-5,4. '. :
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'-or,-.1r. ..' ,i, , , bined handicaps exceed a total of Duran 1 up
1,,' .,..,00., -::, ? 1' ''' 20, no particclar team could be The second round matches will ' or i
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.., ,:: ..,,.; 0.0-: ..,,,,,,- :: -, ,s; ., installed as a favorite. Many of be as follows: --
,,, .r, .,.1.: : 'N,".1 ,;,-4! the matches, however, were quite Kascher-Mitten vs C. Paz Rodri- : ,--, )
,, ,,,,,i0.'"... ,t4r'-1, , close and won on the final nole. guez-Mersler
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,- ,: o '' ,1,,,,,,,s .:,,.,',.,,...4 Brreaes4on.aLeend 31 up apnzaizola ,,o,
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ti : :.F.', -,7--:',;:l., Torres-Halman ove'r Elich-B- roe Humbert-Valdes vs Nene Arias- ',-:: ;;;:,-,,-' ..'',........ 1.-A, ,- '.4-- ''' :' : ir 1 ''''. :. g .:- ,,,.,.4
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- Cruz-Carter topped Kincaid-Ander Maduro-Saarinen vs Arosemena- ::,
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, iN BENEFIT 'CORRIDA' TOMORROW "Curr o" Ballesteros of Colombia executes a "veronica" r :,.
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J. de la Guardia-Stanziola over Massot-Tapia vs Dalton-Fidanque ,, IL
... during a recent performance in Medellin, Colom bia, He and "Cagancho" Rubio of Spain will al al'
' al' :.:-: '''. I ''''':' :'''.: 1
..,, Morrice-Mersler 2 and 1 Hinkle-L. K. Baldwin vs Westman
ternate on the six-butt benefit program for the Pa nama National Red Cross tomorrow afternoon at 4 ,.. .7
J. Paz Rodriguez-Hoobery beat Arango
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flosammlarb..1. ottrlin 1 1ln Consolidation flight second round 1,
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SENATORIAL VETO: The Sena Sena-
- Sena- tors ivere malking trouble tor, the
Yankeet before, tne season- -even
, opened. tBy snipping Eddie Yost
and Rocky bridges to the Tigers,
A they destroyed Casey Stengers
hopes:for acquiring M 'Keine.
' The, Tigers were! deeperately. in
'',, need !of infielders and theYanitees
r4 ilatt..,muti together, en -Attractive
1 package deal.- Ralinenvettevf the
1 -leagut's brighter yotmg players:is'
, currently hitting .,.360, "or there ab abouts,..end
outs,..end abouts,..end lc- I mon g the home4run
.1 leaders. Kaline'm bat might have
Inadethe difference in five or six
, gamel the struggling champions
'' have lost. One glance at the hat hat)
) hat) ting table graphically describes
1., their predleament. In runs scored,
runs -batted in., home and team
t percentage; they are close tit the
SOUND AND FURY: Private
Steve' Lawrence's military train training
ing training is 40 confining the crooner's
able to make guest appearances
only on the more luxurious TV
shows. Rime horses may be the
; dumbest. yet Egghead was much
, the best in JaMilielitil closing gal gal.,
., gal., lop Saturday. It must be true
our visa regulations are tortloosc
f Irian London is threatening io
4 return here tor more fights. More
what? Having toured the place, in
person, we are mystified anyone
would wait to be forcibly evicted
from;Chavez Ravine. It seems wa wankel
nkel wankel anyone could be sicker of
' labor- strikes than New York's
hospitalized victims. Silky Sullivan
i is staging a comeback at Holly-wood
Park. and, considerinuthe
t locale, staging may be the proper
Saildle comeback? With menu menulecturer's
lecturer's menulecturer's prices up nearly SO
percent, high-brass warning to
pitehers against bouncing new
baseballs off hitters heads is un understandable.
derstandable. understandable. This has been a dole dole,
, dole, ful spring for AL big hitters.
what with Mantle, William and
Sievers out. or handicapped by as assorted
sorted assorted miseries. Whether the daY
of hOrnage was inspired by Whis Whistler's
tler's Whistler's Mother. or the Retail Mer Merchants
chants Merchants Assn., is a moot question.
Gossip that Australia blew the Da-'
via Cup on a tix gets no credence
1' here. Frankie Carbo wouldn't know
a bickhand shot from a double doublefoot
foot doublefoot fault. What's this we bear
To lir Runa'bout teco
Camping Out Cruiser
RHNABOUT BECOMES CRUISER--Addint flat7 Ilo
curtains, and an aftor-eookpit COVIT to this popular.
shod open outboard runabout DMUS St comfortable moues
a week-end cruise. Nice In case of sudden showers, too.
Sy WM. TAYLOR McKSOWN
Owners of small boats will be
4pitching tents" aboard fot the
The time-honored cockpit cover
bas received some new refine refinemilts
milts refinemilts that make it inore usef 11
than ever before.
NO the small boat skipPer cAn
come in out of the rain and, by
sliding a few additional zippers,
end up with private sleeping
quatters as well in his c011apsible
Today, with the family taking
to the water, needless "roughing
it" lit no longer in style. The auto automobile
mobile automobile convertible top is being
adapted to runabouts and skiffs:
cover of viaterproof canvas1 or
plastier Mounted on a tubular, me metal
tal metal frame, can, be 'fastened ,,tuto
place, in leas than
Frequently .called a ,41avy top,"
itin.4ad rain protector nor normally
mally normally fastens along the' top or tke
windshield, extends back Mr
partof the cockpit, and is held in
place by an adjustable strap at
each, side of the after edge.
For the boat with a forward
deck but to windshield, both con convertibte
vertibte convertibte top and shield (which
should be of safety glass, temper tempered
ed tempered glass or plexiglas) may be
purchased as a unit.
, If the windshield is intalled,
tonstruct your own folding top
t with fittings obtained from a me merye
rye merye SUDD1Y house plus metal tub-,
ing ,and canvas. Memure to oe
sure, top with head room.
, Tops provide vents aloig the
front, for added breeze on a warm
day. If you want a custom-fated
job contact your local sailmalter
or convertible auto top store. fib
the new pipularity of this cover,
they will probably have had ex ex,;
,; ex,; periences in making jiist what
It"you are ort-TeTng top, side
ittr'.4ns plus full cockpit cover as
' ve stromments added so
th. rn-y lift thl after edge
Or the back cover on poles from
about Ted Atkinson returning to
NO TEARS, PLEASE: The Ca Caliente
liente Caliente winter book didn't get rich
on Derby Tomy Lee, bet,
dovm from 10 te 44. First Landing,
Finnegan, end, Silver Spoon also:
were heavily', backed. If Sword
Danceroi- beaten by a moist nose
bad znadi it, Johnny Alessi() ,head
librarian would still be counting
the :swag, Navy's star juniors
halfback 4oe Benno, .500 hitter
college ball, has turned bid back
on bids from the Phi Is and two
other big league clubs, and will
continue his midshipmen class classrrom
rrom classrrom work at Annapolis. A long
cheer for ths youngster, A blister blistering
ing blistering boo for tbe ruthless baseball
people, Coale-to Newcastle item:
Billy Loes, overpowering in relief
for !the Orioles these, days, has de developed
veloped developed a screwball.
BOXING BLIGIMWithin hours
after the -National Boxing Assn,
(nothing but air) revoked Ray
Robinson's middleweight title. Chi Chicago's
cago's Chicago's most important affiliate,
wired The Sugar Man that if he'd
meet Carinen Basilio out there,
the winer would be recognized as
champion. This outtit has long
since forfeited all right to public
respect, it is actually a blight on
boaing ane uothing could become
it more than to disband and get
lost. Alnong the several promoters
seeking to do business with Robin Robinson,
son, Robinson, is a far Western gent recently
released from a mental institution.
Ni decision is intended. On the con contrary,
trary, contrary, the gent may be ideally e equipped.
quipped. equipped. Soon- or late all promot promoters.
ers. promoters. deaang with the Harlem Ham Hamfatter.
fatter. Hamfatter. must ge whacky.
CROSS I XAMINATION: Aside
to James P Durante: Your letter
detailing J Norman Lewis' achi achidetailing
detailing achidetailing J. Norman Lewis' achieve
ments in connection with the
ceipt bf same the subject will be
pnrsued furthet here.
Wonder if Churchill and Baruch,
both scholarly horse players, hit on
anything gaod for the Belmont
openner? Note to Uncle Sam:
Wait until the Fourth to shbot off
those big rockets. Most of us
haven't seen a good fireworks
show since we were kids. Remem Remember
ber Remember the wondrous -"Last Days of
each corner of the transom. Then
you will have a pleasant awning
under which to sit and fish, or
rest from swimming.
Snaps can be added for mow'.
to neeting, a useful protection for
a night aboard in a sheltered cove.
Don't overlook the house traii traiier
er traiier created by your new convertible
covers. Many families load their
boat on its trailer Friday evening
and head out for their favorite
Along the way they pull off the
road, open out the top, and climb
aboard for a pleasant sleep ashore
in the boat on the trailer, ready
for ati early morning start to the
launching ramp and a week-end
To Carmen Ras
NEW YORK (UPI) Sugar
Ray Robinson somewhat franti frantically
cally frantically offered Carmen Basilic) a
guarantee of "from $200.000 to
$250,000" today to fight him at
Philadelphia's Municipal Stadium,
But Basilio and his handlers
said: "Let's wait until tomorrow
and see whether the New York
State Athl.!tic .Commissian takes
away the rest of your middie middiewibleht
wibleht middiewibleht crown."
Robinson, stripped of his title
by the National Boxing, Associa Associaflow
flow Associaflow on May 4 for failure to de,
fend,' will ,remain an ex-champ
ionas far as the NBA is coo::
cernedat least until Basilio has
signed to fight him.
Thst was announced Wednesday
And in New York state (not a
member of the NBA), today, is
Ole court-ordered deadline for
Snot Bay to "enter into articles
of agreement" for a title defense
NEW Toil (NEA, Alter,
gght years. in Office,' lord Trick;
er, finally hal diselvmd .the min.'
or leagues,i '
Thie happens. After ihe damage
has been and the play gone
tor night. trots,.. automobile: .raees
land widitnot.. : .!.
Frick, speaks of the 4, mounting
relight racing mutuel,- handle, in,
seyeral spots, forgets -that !lust-)
ball .invited it 'by. moving historic
franchises, notably thw switch,' t!
the Giants and Dodgers to Califon,:
Ma, giving mutuel clerks
elusive right to the 111 million peo-i
pie of Ahe greater New York ,area,
half the time.
liow tan a min conscientiously!
profess that be is supervising base
ball whin he permits the entire
Atlantic seaboard, frOM Maine to,'
Ilorida, to be without the.majoil
game half of the time? 'The only,
mterruption in the National
League are the' Philliee ;,home,
stands st antiquated Coonie. Mack
Stadium in Philadelphia, and' whe
is, going to travel from, say Boa Boaton
ton Boaton and tichmond, NE, to- see'
them In a dump like that?
There were 39 mbior leagues in.
1949. Only 21 remain and not
more than a half dozen are sol solvent.
vent. solvent. Before television, there
were many prominent indepen independent'
dent' independent' minor league owners. Now
you can list those in this country
on your fingers. After mentioning
Jack Cooke of Toronto, Denver's
Bob Howsam, Seattle's Emil Siek,,
Atlanta's Earl Mann. and Hous Houston's
ton's Houston's Marty Marion; you have to
switch to the Double A Mexican
Lemalube,agsvinheeir: these: areet:ixthdi:iltilge
At his late date, Frick an announces
nounces announces the "appointment of a
major-minor league netlevision
committee to make an effort to
work out some equitable formula
of cooperation and mutual as assiatance."
siatance." assiatance." He adds, that a similar effort is
being made to reach a mutual y
beneficial agreement on the ques question
tion question of player control. Now Isn't
that nice with each major league
club in position to control 230 play players?
ers? players? The little fellow hasn't any
more chance than a pig in The
Preakness without a major league
How can the minors survive
when m-ajor league games axe tete tetevised
vised tetevised and broadcast into their ter territories,
ritories, territories, especially on Saturday
and Sundayi whch, gives them
their only chance to get even?
"When Reading opened in Al Albany,this
bany,this Albany,this spring, says Thomas
H. Richardson, lonettime Construe
tivellsetsident of thi-rfass)a Eist$
ereLeigue, "ganiei between the
Boston Red Sox and Baltiinote
Orioles and the San Francisco
Giants and Pittsburgh Pirates
overt televised into the territory.
"The sensible thinb would be to
shut off big league television into
minor league territory. If the
major league owners don't care to
do. this, then let them subsidlye
the minors. Collectively, the le
major league clubs are getting
close to 312 Mil ion for radioand
Tv this year. There's plenty to go
around without their shutting off
the source of player supply,"
Ford Frick has appointed a
couple of committees, but the best
' the minors can expect is a bone
or a fish cake, if that.
C.F.N. Rad lo-TV
A varied sports schedule on
both radio and television has been
programmed for the Caribbean
Forces Netwrk for the eoming
week. The events include:
Sunday, May 17 Pittsburgh
vs Chicago 1 p.m.
Monday, May 18 Detroit vs
Boston 1 p.m.
Tuesday, May 19 Philadelphia
vs Chicago 2 p.m.
Wednesday, May 20 betroit
vs New York 1 p.m.
Thursday, Ma) 21: Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia vs Chicago 2 p.m.
Saturday, May 16Sports time
5 p.m., boxing to bob-sledding,
Carol Hein wisning the World's
Figure Skein; Championship Day
tona Bench 500-,mile stock car
race; All-Slar Golf 11:15 P.M.
Jimmy Demaret vs Julius Boros
from Sea Island Golf Club in
Sunday, May 17Baseball. New
York vs Cleveland (game of MAY
2) 3:30 p.m.
Wednesday, May 20-,-Wednesday
Night nab'. 10 n.m., Texaa State
Heavvweight Championship; 12
round from Dallas. Tease.
Thursdae, May 21Golf Show,
7 0.m.. Fight of the Week, Fran Frankie
kie Frankie Ryff vs Paolo Rossi, tight tightweights
weights tightweights from Syracuse. N. Y., 10
The 67th running of tbe Freak Freak!less
!less Freak!less Stakes from Pim lieo will be
aired from the track. live at 4:30
1pm., todar over CM radio.
lagainst ex-champion Carmen.
At today's commission meet meeting
ing meeting the Robinsin-Basilio, situation
will be discussed, but uncer uncertain
tain uncertain whether the commission mil
lop off th,e rest of bis crown.
The NBAls latest about -face
action apparently shocked Rohl.
son into making theltuarantee ot otler.
ler. otler. NBA President Wylie announ announced
ced announced at Mullen, W. Va., thaLle thaLlecause
cause thaLlecause Sugar Ray's signing fire firemony
mony firemony at Philadelphia had been a
one sided affair, an executive
committee pollaimed at relit relitstating
stating relitstating him as championwill be
postponed until Basil'. signs
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By JOHN MORRISSEY
NEW YOli K (NEA) Willie
Waite worked at Yankee Stadium
for 36 ,years and never saw the
World Champions play.
That is not a complete game,
rarely more than an inning or two,
frequently not at all.
: It was not until as he
is known bto Miry inajor league,
baseball writer, retired 'the other
day that he saw a compplete game.
William was chief steward of the
When Waite finally got a com complete
plete complete look at the Yankees, they
lost, but that didn't matter. Just
seeing a game from start to fin finish
ish finish was "wonderful" io William
Sitting, on a sofa in the living
room of the six-room apartment
be shares with his wife in the
Bronx, Waite recalled his pleas
ant memories with the New York
"I went to work there as a
porter in 1923," the quiet, 68-yearold
"I started acting as bartender
in the press room that same year
when Jacob Ruppert opened it.
Colonel Ruppert felt that writers
could get their best stories over a
drink. This was during Prohibt Prohibtlion
lion Prohibtlion so Ruppert didn't Want every-
body 'to know about drinks being
The aroma of apple pie baking
in the kitchen filled the air as
Waite spoke about the many peo people
ple people he had come in contact all
during his years it the Stadium.
"Miller Huggins was manager
when I came, 1 he said. "Ruppert
used to tell me, 'William, tell Hug Huggins
gins Huggins to come here, right away.'
Everything was right away with
him. I'd go to the dugout and tell
Miller and he'd say,. 'Tell him I'll
Waite 36 Years With Yanks,
And Never Saw Champs Play
Albrook Linkmen Win
RAF Golf Tournament
come when I'm good and ready.'
But he'd always come.
"Except for Leo Durocher, I
never had trouble with any of the
players. One day Durocher, who
was a ,rookie, told me to leave
the bench. He said some thing I
won't repeat. This hurt me very
much. Huggins told Durocher off.
A few days later Miller told rne to
forget about it. I did and forgave
Sunlight squeezed thrqugh the
:the heavily favored Albrook ord of 66 at th,e 36-36-72 course
Air Ba,se golf team played true' at Davis. The record is held by
to form In the PAF Golf Tour- Colonel Gines Perez and after Rit Ritnament,
nament, Ritnament, defeating all other post ter fired a brilliant 33 on the
teams on Use Isthmus in the front nine, chalking up five bird birdtourney
tourney birdtourney played ,from May 7-10. The out of the nine tries he had,
72-hole tournament was dividod it looked as if he would break
between the Fort Amador and Fort the record. He came in a
Davls ,Golf Courses and the "Fly- 38 on the back nine, however, for
ing Myers" took the secdnd- a creditable 71. He also shot a
plaie finishers from Fort Amador two-over-par 70 at Amador on
by 19 strokes. The fort, Kobbe the las day to assure-him of me meteam
team meteam was very much in the' run- dalist honors. John Crichton of
nine until the last roUnds at A- the Amador team was .runnerup
mador when it fell to third. medalist with a 294.
Albrook took the team title with The scores of the top three
a combined total of 1219. Fort teatris follow:
Amador had i238, and Fort Kobbe Chief Warrant Officer Taylor H.
1254. Fourth place went to Fort Ritter, 288; Master Sergeant Eu EuClayton
Clayton EuClayton with a 1301 Acore, fifth gerteiticks, 299; Captain William
to the Navy at 1347 and Army May, 316: Colonel Arthur P. Hurr,
Atlantic's teain, ..with the same 316 and Tech Sergeant Ronald Fie
score, mai in Place; The ,a 319 ..ti 'the 'Winning Albrook
scores were 'combined totals from squad.
the five-min 'teams each. poet hsd The Amador scores were: John
ploying. Team ,were chosen aft- Crichtoo 294; Master Sergeant
er extensive post tournament as Allen R, Kline. 304: Sereeant First
the individual Installations. and Class &afford L. Stankwytch,
five-man' squads were selected to- 314; 'Captain Lawry Yeager,
renresent the pOsts. 326 and Sergeant Thurman W. Na NaChief
Chief NaChief Warrsnt Officer Taylor R. pier, 388.
Ritter was the low medalist in The Kobbe team scores were
th's tournamens. Playing with the SergAant First Class Archie F.
wintling AlbrOok aquad, he eaine Stubbs, 308; Specilist Four War Warts
ts Warts With min& of 74 Sn 71 a' reit R. Nesbitt. 313; Privato. First
Port Davis and a 73 anti a sharp Class Richard S. Caudill. 316;
70 es asyladn- ft,' his winning, tn- Second Lieautenenat David E.
tgi of 20, lie.,114 an excellent toward,: 317 and Captain Robert
chance to break tha course rec- S. MeClenaghan, 328.
" "' , :
curtains and bounced off Waite's
glasses as he talked about Babe
Ruth. Lou Gehrig and Joe Di-1
Maggio. Willie recalled Ruth 31
a friendly guy. Di Maggio struck
hirn as just the opposite.
A smile lit up Waite's face au
he thought about Lou Gehrig.
"Lou was g great one for fish fishing.
ing. fishing. On his way home he'd atop at
my place or the park and give me
some fish and then may be we'd
play cards," he recollected. "I re remember
member remember when he first started to
get I thought there was some something
thing something wrong the way his eyes
fickered and how he walked. He
dragged his 'legs. He wouldn't
give in until the very end. He was
a great man."
Getting back to managers, Wil Willie
lie Willie had kind words for Joe Mc Mc1Carthy.
1Carthy. Mc1Carthy. "He drank a lot," he said, "but
not during the season. He'd sit in
the press room and just say what
he wanted to say. He didn't talk
baseball unless he aimed the con conversation
versation conversation in that direction. Never
hurt anybody and he never had
a harsh word for any of the play players.
ers. players. He was a gentleman."
Waite saw many players come
and go but his all-time favorite
is Long Bob Meusel.
"Meusel had hts own style," he
said. "Ile was graceful. He would
take one stride where anothcr
player would take two. But one
of his strides covered twice as
much ground as the other fel fellow's."
low's." fellow's." The years came rushing for forward
ward forward as Willie went on.
Casey Stenge has forgotten
more about baseball than most
other managers have ever
known," he said.
Hank Bauer is my favorite
active player. Alwaya hustling."
Willie Waite didn't retire be because
cause because of his age.
I didn't feel well," he said,
and I wasn't doing my job the
way I knew it should be done."
Warren Spahn Sets
Siohts On 300 Wins
In Maier leagues
By STAN MOCKLIR
ST. LOUIS (UPI) Warren
Spahn, a left-handed pitcher with
a big nose and a heart to matt,
set Mg sights on 300 major league
The Milwaukee Braves' aye.
who turned 38 last month, needed
all his determination and courage
Ito rack up a nrw milestone, his
1250th win, over the St. Louis Car Car,dinals
,dinals Car,dinals Thursday night.
"I threw a lot more pitches
'than I usually do," Spahn
grinned. "It felt like I was in
trouble all the time."
But the 3-2 conquest followed
the tisual Spahn pattern, with the
southpaw worming to the task as
the game Went on. Touched for
two runs in the second inning,
be bore down and allowed but
two hits In the last six frames.
Remombors First Victery
Spahn, the only lefty to win 20
games In nine seasons, remem remembers
bers remembers his first major league tri triumoh
umoh triumoh and his 200th but not the
"1 Wen my first in Pittsburgh
after I got out of the Army," he
said. "It was in June or ItIlv
of 1940 and I had a shutout urti
Frank Gustint, homered in the
'eighth. The 200th was in Phila
delphia and I had togo 10 inningt
Asks Fer Chance
NEW YORK, (UPI) It's dif difficult
ficult difficult to imagine that Frank Gif Gifford,
ford, Gifford, movie actor, model and all allpro
pro allpro halfback, had anything to feel
But he did.
Though 12 years of football,
four at the University of Southern
California and zigth with the Nw
York Giants, the collar ad Cali Californian
fornian Californian wanted to be a quarter quarterback.
back. quarterback. USC's two platoon game
placed him at defensive safety
and with the Giants he was too
valuables as a running threat.
Then, too, he wasn't exactly
reaching movie stardom. Tree, he
had parts in "Up Periscope" ard
"Darby's Rangers," but, he saus,
"you had to look fast to see me
Then he did a teevee trailer for
a gangbuster series but nothing
happened so last year he irratat irratated
ed irratated the studio by choosing to re
turn to foothall
Thus six weeks age he sat down
and wrote a letter to coach Jim
Lee Howell asking for a chance
at quarterback. Gifford was al almost
most almost as surprised as anyone clse
when the Giants announced that
he would be given a chance in
this long-coveted spot.
It also may cost one of Frank's
best friends his job.
That would be Charley Conerly,
Gifford's roomate and a man
who for years hai beaten off one
threat after another to his job.
But at 3B, Conerly is starting to
show signs of the wear and tear
handed out In the bruising pro circuit.
after Ted Kazanski hit a home
run late In the game."
Whit Wyatt, coach of the
'Braves, feels that Spahn
easily reach his goal of 300. He
figures he has three more good
ilyears to go.
Wins Battlefield Commission
"Spahn's as durable as any
pitcher I've ever seen," the fon fonmer
mer fonmer Brooklyn hurler declared. His
arm is as good as it was two or
twee years ago. He's easily the
ireateot competitor I've ever
Spahn, who won a battlefield
commiision in Germany during
World War II, lost three playing
years due to his military serv
I7e. But he feels the Army gave
as much as it took.
I "Sleeping in the snow in Eu Europe
rope Europe made baseball seem easy,"
, GETS FIRST AWARD
NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. (UPI)
John Bishop of Nutley, N.J. a
junior hurdler, high and broad
jumper, Wednesday received the
first Bernie Wefers award to be
won by a member of the Rutgers
,track team. The award is in me memory
mory memory of the late Scarlet couch
who handled the school's track
team from 1923 to4,1943..
The Giants think that vtith Con Conell),
ell), Conell), at the age where he can go
at any time, and with Utah's Leo
Grosscup promising but comple;,e comple;,ely
ly comple;,ely untested, Gifford can get the
job done. There are figures to
substantiate this theory.
Good Rimming Passor
The brown-haired Gifford has
attempted 41 tosses on the pass
or run option play from halfback
during his seven years yith the
Giants. He completed 19 p.m.
12 of them going for touchdowns.
Only three were intercepted and
this cark labels him one of the
best runnint passers in the game.
His biggest chore will be in leatu leatuing
ing leatuing to pass out of the pocket.
The Giants are firmly convinced
that Gifford can give them a new newer
er newer and more wide open attack.
They class him as a better passer;
than any other halfback in 11,4
league and potentially a better
running quarterback than any
other around. He's just happy int
, the chance.
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Foos, cottages, between Santa FOR RENT:-Modern anti at- Leiving for States. Will awl- FOR SALE:---Orte Collins trans- FOR SALE:---H1-111, ceitsols trod. FOR SALIstiote 500 and 1000
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, SHULSI(Y, ,- rates. Phone Balboa 1866. in new "HISPERIA" Building, or, Dynallow, radio, heater, good Collins Receiver Model 75AI in stands. Call Balboa 2194. Urbanizatiels- mesa: tbs Romeo
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G-I Street, El Canonici, with tires, price $250.00. Call 82- Perfect operating condition. Call
FOR SAI-11-12 cu. ft. G. E. Racetrack; AU bole 'with street
'' PHILLIPs Oceanside Cottages hot water connections. laundry 3162 8-4 p.m. or 81-2218 after Raill G, de Paredes, Panarni 2-
deep from S 150.00, lattice fronts, Immo, eater main and
."I Santa Clara R. de P. Pitons Pa- conveniences, garage, etc. For in- 5 o.m. 0600, during offico aura; or a- stelfricif, ,CIIII W. McDaniel
- mama 11877 Cristobal 3-1673. formation call Tel. 3-6634. 3074 after 6:00 So.rn work for carport. Large mating
';- '' FOR SALE:-1956 Plymouth 4- 4 fans. 50 gaL aquarium. Call 86-
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FOR RENT:-4 room apartment, door sedan, 6 cyl. standard shift FOR SALE:-Child's crib with 7132. FOR SALE:--Comfortable go. q. Please advise-me on good, leave the broker? On the ether )
1 lAdifashionsed stocliekh'- broker' r who han,'If The eustetgert beyglryt -,
4735 sq- meters of land- excel excel1
1 excel1 el -1 ;','.: ', daincylicluitalg, "eisthedr71: ,t11,e,t ,clee,s41111, :1 "1
private service. Transisthmian wigeod tires. Call Gatun 5-490 mattress, matching dresser, Built- FOR SALE:---Bendix automatic
lent woo, and Kohler 2 K. else- I--
try kerne completely furnished; ?3 honest rid re 1
.. Commercial Sites
Highway. first entranci 101. after
Bethanic $40.00. No. 32, call or Qtrs. 236-8. Sibert St. Gatti
S1100.00. Rite carriage, excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. 3-3886. washer. 1?52 Mercury, babies
crib. Phone Cese Solo 492.
tric plint; new refrigerator etc.,
I detect a ROI' of bitterness leave the broker his hVerat
IneAlrel. brokersie-hhoeile-feasshitoonedenetcre ristoeTetiehegbfwoktillratiawney,thelpi7yolou,vo 4
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FOR SAL E :-1958 Chevrolet, FOASALE:-.15 Venetian blinds. FOR SALEt--All household el elS.urnday,
S.urnday, elS.urnday, pfe overwheinting siltante,,44se-but you've -gel- te,-,1,
, ,, commercial office on ground floor
FOR RENT:-0001 comfortably two door, radio, white side walls, Mahogany dining table with 6 leen. 0260-C Gamboa. ohons
so:will:1:r 1,t.:Md2r Alegre, or cell tele- aTrehe
Edificio Urraci, corner Ave. Bal Balfurnished
furnished Balfurnished 2 bedroom apartment. duty paid, 5,000 miles, call 3- theirs. Mahogany wall shelf. 6-187. '
9-4vIletY24 1-6376 11 ill tc'vlyn el. them are 'convinced, I'm be hOnest Avitis him and you!vs
sure, that they can make the got to remember that he, too, is
:. boa and Federico Boyd, 82 square Campo Alegre, near Hotel Hil., 7435. Generator 60 cycle, 1 10 volts.
FOR SALE:--Nice dining,. sot
meters, $125.00. Call Panama
tOn. Hot water, maid's room, 17.4 AMPS. House I576-A, Gs Gsvilen
vilen Gsvilen Road.
3-7018. garage Phone 3-5024. FOR SALE :-1929, Model A
MA. most money bY best serving the only human,
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Information about Clas Classifieds.
sifieds. Classifieds. Charge your ad if
you have a commercial
Foster cottages. between Santa
Clara and Rio Nato. New low
rates. Phone Balboa 1666.
PHILLIPs Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara R. do P. Pbone Pa Panama
nama Panama I-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
FOR RENT: Professional or
commercial office on ground floor
Edificio Urraci, corner Aye. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa and Federico Boyd, 82 square
meters, $125.00. Call Panama
FOR RENT:Commercial apace
corner 37th Street and Just,
Arosemena Avenue, salt tele telephone
phone telephone 2-2141.
FOR RENT:-316.80 square
motets. suitable for a warehouse
workshop, garage. S Street. bet between
ween between Automobile Road and Fran Frangipani
gipani Frangipani Street. close to Aisto
Servicio. $235 Phone 24481
FOR RENT:Commercial site
, ground floor, next to All Amer American
ican American Cables on L Street, two
blocks from Tivoli Hotel. Ideal
location, Cucalon and Co. Real Realtors.
tors. Realtors. Phone 3-3330.
trician. U.S. rate, Box 3673,
Balboa, C. Z.
WANTED:Donations for W.
C. Thrift Shoo. Call 2-3465.
FOR RENT:Vacation quarters:
throo bedrooms, hilly furnishod;
throughout lune, July, August.
So !boa 3079.
FOR RENT:Vacation quarters.
J11110 I to Sept. 1. Lakeview Cot Cottage
tage Cottage in Gatun, maid included.
FOR RENT:Furnished 3 bed bedtoom,
toom, bedtoom, 2 bathroom, terrace, beau beautiful
tiful beautiful house in Las Cumbres for
luly and August, all utilities and
iencea to reliable person.
Telephone' -Las Cumbres 2287,
Sunday, Monday or any noon
FOR RENT:Completely fur furnished
nished furnished 2 bedroom house for six
months, starting May 15, nice
steiehborhood, 95th street No.
43, $185.00, Tel. 3-4994. of of,
, of, lice hours.
For Scribe School
Judy Rettinger, junior student
at Balboa High School, will attend
the National High School Institute
at Northwestern University during
July and August.
Miss Rettinger Will attend the
university's workshop for hournal hournalism'
ism' hournalism' students under the terms of
a scholarship awarded to her by
the institute. She has been on the
staff of the Parrakeet, Balboa
High School's student newspaper,
for the past two years. She served
as associate editor during the cur current
rent current school term.
Miss Bellinger has been active
In joernalism throughout her high
school career, In addition to ,he
scliool paper, sIye writes the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Bulldog column tor "le ')a ')anama
nama ')anama American and helped
ecIP the Elks Lodge 1414 news newspaper.
paper. newspaper. v, Elks Lodge 1414 of Balboa has
1iwarded a $200 eduution grant
'to Judy to help defray her ex expenses
penses expenses at Northwestern Universi University
ty University this summer.
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tor rates and Information
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Monday thru rriday
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, v Elks Lodge 1414 of Balboa has watchman sevices Air Phone exchange reported a record Glasow, Carlotta L. Daniels. Lor
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Conditioning optional Via 216,319 local telephone calls for UNITED FRUIT COMpgill na J. Griffith, Courtney E. Jarvis, BALBOA MR CONDITIONED
lo Judy to help defray her ex- Espatia on 46th block the opening day of the East-West Melvina R. Legall,, Dorothy V. 210 4:25 6:20 8:15 I
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INTERNAL. DE PUBLCACIONESNo. 3 Lottery Plaza CASA ZALD04-Central Ave. 45 LOURDES PHARMACY-132 La- Carrastuilla PARHAM. LOW
BARD0-444il to -1r street s MORRISON-4th of hely Awe. St LEWIS SERVICEAvo. Tivoli No. 4 FARMACIA LSTADOS UNIDOS-149 Cesare! Ave.
FARMACIA LUX-404 Cement Ave HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGEI Feta. do la Om Ave.:Nos41 FOTO DOMY-4uste Areaesaena Avis. and 33 FAR.
MACIA VAN DER 1113-54 Street No. 53 FARMACIA EL SATURROPareao Latevra, 7 Street WARMACIA "SAS"V1a Perms III NOVEDADES ATMS.-
Beside Bella Vista ?Matra, and Branch at Minimax Super Market on Via Papaila comm OFFICE: 15th and Antador Guerrero No. 14223 TeL 432.
FOR RENT:Modern and at attractive
tractive attractive one-bedroom apartments
in new "HISPER1A" Building,
G-I Street, El Cangreio, with
, hot water connections. laundrf
conveniences, garage, etc. For in information
formation information call Tel. 3-6634.
FOR RENT:----4 room apartment;
private service. Transisthmian
Highway. first entrancis left after
Bethania. $40.00. No. 32, call
FOR RENT:Cool comfortably
furnished 2 bedroom sOatfment
Campo Alegre, near Hotel HO-,
tOn. Hot water, maid's room.
garage Phone 3-5024.
FOR RENT:Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment exclusive Army per nnnnn
dwelling, convenient location,
modern building. Automobile
Row No. 36.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment with living-dining
room, large porch, largo kitchen,
maites room and garage. Also
furnished or unfurnished ono
bedroom apartment with hot
water, El Cangroio. Call 3-7453.
FOR RENT:A large, comfort comfortable
able comfortable apartment. It has one bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, closet. living room, din dinning
ning dinning room, porch, and kitchen.
All furnished. Will rent only to
a serious and responsible person.
La Cresta, Avenida Joss Gabriel
Duque No. 32. Telephones Pan Panama
ama Panama 3-1043 and 2-1045.
FOR RENT:--Two room apart apartments.
ments. apartments. $25.00 and $26.00. 1 1th
street, Rio Abair.. Rooms $15.00.
House 3135 16th street. Rio A Abair,.
bair,. Abair,. Enquire house 112 Via Be Belisario
lisario Belisario Pomo. Tel. 3-2474.
FOR RENT:Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, $6500. Furnished apart apartment.
ment. apartment. suitable for two couples,
$80.002-Apply lanitor. No. 11-
132 Fourth of July Avenue or
phone Hopkins, Balboa 2966.
FOR RENT: Beautiful! fur furnished
nished furnished 3 bedroom apartment
Madgrito Building, Cangreio.
May 15th to September 15th.
Tel. 3-1892, 8:00 a.m. to 7:00
FOR RENT:---Furnished aoart aoartmem,
mem, aoartmem, Via Porras No. 99, Tel.
FOR RENT:Small two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, veil' near to
Fajta la camp's. information
891h. Strut No. 118, Paitilia.
FOR RENT:Clean furnished
room. Cooking facilities. Bachelor
or childless couple, 43rd Street
Boots & Motors I
FOR SALE: Landing barge
LCM6 with 2 gray marine diesel
motors 225 HP hull and motors
in perfect condition. Apply
Blob Agencies. Telephone Pan Panana
ana Panana 3-3397 or 3-7259 or Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3719.
FOR SALE:--15 foot fiber glass
boat, 47 h.p. mark 58 AE motor.
Champion trailer, all accessories,
$1400.00. Tel. 83-3244.
FOR SALE:Sisteen foot out outboard
board outboard runabout with thirty horse horsepower
power horsepower Johnson engine and fac factory
tory factory trailer. All in good shape.
S650.00 complete. House 8545
Margarita phone 3-2349.
'. 'fi vn of modern
office space on See01111 floor
of new "ELGA" Building
Large private parking area
in rear Janitor and night
watchman sevices Air
Conditioning optional Via
Espalia on 46th block
mediate stock market outlook Paw
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Call Balboa 2-37 it- commissions. mNainEsWe'
VonsittruiCet4-4'iveTIP, aii)dedThb. ini';
' room, large porch, large kitchen,
FOR SALE:Chrysler New York- celain. Separated compartments
I get a 10t of complaints about
combination of favorable -techni0
maia's room and garage. Also
for freezer. $60.00 45th. Street lebra Road, Ancoh. i
1 furnished or unfurnished one er convertible 1954 with power
brokers, but in most cases tee
Wanted to Buy 'trouble was not with the broker
steering, power brakes, radio, 45. Bella Vista.
bedroom apartment with hot
ower windows whitewalls. For
water, El Cangreio. Call 3-7453. P ,. FOR SALLPortable typewriter tiful chinchilla fur. Via E aaaaa
FOR SALLBedspread in beau--
at all but the complainant (the
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'a further information call Roberto house before Mini Max. customer) who didn't know what
with very modern use. Call Pan- Alstyne, Noel. and Co.
r- FOR RENT:A large, comfort- Halphen at 2-1834 or 2-3881.
ama 3-3004. FOR SALE: Full automatic WANTED TO BLITt--2 or s he wanted or,needed, but insisted 43 t
e able apartment. It has one bed bedwashing
washing bedwashing machine, Frigidaire, all
home power gasoline saline, to on making his own decisions. Alt- Kersey-Heyeit is expected ;to;
al room, closet. living room, din- FOR SALL-1951 2-door Cher CherFOR
FOR CherFOR SALE:-2 Singer sewing porcelain, bargain $125.00. Pe- run well pump. Illex igg. Diablo, other significant source of trouble shovr $4.50 a share for the year g
I- ning room. porch, and kitchen. rolet S600.00. excellent condi condimachines,
machines, condimachines, 2 aluminum Venetian rti Ave. 35-25 Alexander er call Canal Zone. i the desire to gamble on the to end -in 'August against 32.47 ill
tion, papers to prove it. Building
Al! furnished. Will rent only to blinds 5' long 712' wide, 1,5' 3-2217. part of those who should not own the previous fiscal year, accord accord7019
7019 accord7019 Mt. Hope. Tel. 3-2470.
a serious and responsible person. long 6' wide, as is. House 5409. stocks at all or, at best, only lag to IV, E, Hutton and Co. ;
La Cresta, Avenida Joss Gabriel
Duque No. 32. Telephones Pan Panama
ama Panama 3-1043 and 2-1045. FOR SALE: 1957 Chevrolet
Bel-Air, 4 door sedan, 6 cylinder,
standard transmission. SI 450. Diablo Heights, Tel. 2-3012.
FOR SALLFrigidaire, 7 cu. ft.
$75.00. Tea Cart metal $10.00. FOR SALLMabotana living r 2 the most conservative issues.
room suit, couch, two chain in innerspring
nerspring innerspring cushions. Excellent
condition. 2471-A Coco!' Navy rersonals Walston and Co. notes th'at some
I 'think it is only fair to keep- sources think Chrysler might earn 0,
, in mind that a broker is in a dif- between $3 and $4 a share for the A
- ficult position.
Sgt. Beason, Rodman 3252.
Is,econd, quarter against $1.73 in ."1
FOR RENT:Two room apart- Balboa 2-3761, come see. 3165. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS The customer walks -in and de- the first.
:- mutt. $25.00 and $26.00. I 1th
FOR SALL-1957 Dodge. Cut- DRAWER "A'1, DIABLO dares he has $3,000 with which ,
I, street, Rio Abaio. Rooms S15.00.
tom Royal Lancer, 2 door, hard- FOR SALE:-8' GI. refrigerator FOR SALE:-9 piece dining room 1
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL,' C.Z. be would like to buy XYZ stock. Shearson Hammill and C
House 3135 16th street. Rio A- 60 cycle, $40.00. Apt. 0257-A. sot $150.00.. Automatic dish 0.- esti.
top, 28,000 miles, 1 owner, ra- PHONE BALBOA 3709 .., The -broker mey hold a dim view mates that net income for the 12 1'
- Gamboa. Phone 6-351. washer like new, $75.00. Mu Mu,.
,. Mu,. bait,. Enquire house 112 Via Be Bedio,
dio, Bedio, Hi-Fi. speakers, heater. pad- of XYZ and may even say to but trunk line air trans rts swill in )
lisario Porras. Tel. 3-2474.
ded dash, torque flits transmit- minum Venetian blinds lamps, Mr. Joseph Mason formely of Bo- if the customer insists he can' do th Pt)
tables, other articles. Tel. 3- liver A 1959 top e previous peak of 83
sion, white sidewalls. $2,000 bitween 8 and 9, nothing else but execute the roder. millio
n dollars established in 1955
FOR RENT:-Furnished apart- 3-2735. No. 8087 Dep. 11, Colon, sup- If he c n
Special Offers o vinced the customer Montana-Dakota Utilities ma7
ment, $65.00. Furnished apart apart'
' apart' ment. suitable for two couples,
$80.002-Apply lanitor. No. T1- cash, blue book value. Phone
FOR SALE:-1950 Cadillac se- FOR SALLTwe adjoining Ail Ailing
ing Ailing tables, used together or sep separately,
arately, separately, wroght iron legs. $18.00. ;mistily working at the Neville- that
tion Divi I h t. til.
sum. p ease get in touc he ought to bu a conse a
ive u ity and XYZ thereupon
with credit department of Casa doubles in price in the next three
y rv earn nearly $2 a share in 1959
In 1958, reflect an
132 Fourth of July Avenue or
dan, new tailpaipe. Excellent tires WANTED:Secretary with eood Admirable. increase in oil royalty payinents o
market e si
phone Hopkins, Balboa 2966.
knowledee of English. State Steel buffet, (Quartermaster) 3 a mis, where does that from own d p o tg th
s: and engine, good economical e r per 'es in Wel
$15.00. Balboa 2409.
I; FOR RENT: Beautiful! fur- transportation, $350, best offer. salary. Refer foto. Mail Box liston basin. to approximately 48
t. 84-8159 see at 916-C Rous- 3135, Panama. cents a share annually, says E: P.
nishert 3 bedroom apartment FOR SALE:Various household Record Class Of 70 T G
a et Hutton and Co.
Madurito Building, Cangreki. eau.
WANTED:Young woman with goods: table and chairs, writing
May 15th to September 15th. desks, work bench, sewing ma mai.
i. mai. FOR SALL-1958 White Im- knowletlett of beauty matters, to
Tel. 3-1892, 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 chine, lamps, ste. 1540 Mango e Richfield Oil is expected to get if i
pals rtible Chevrolet Load- take extensive course in the line.
Street, Balboa. 10:0,0 to 12:00 Gvil Defense Certificates 8 pew sale? rec?rd in 1959 and re rel.
l. rel. pm ed reasonable, 'flatlet' June 1, job pays good salary with travel
port a substantial recovery from
nd 3'00 te 6.00 Phone Balboa
FOR RENT:Furnithed aoart- call Cristobal 3-3207, posibilities. Write with photo en- a
, the $5.02 e share of '1958, says Dean
2847. --- 0
closed, and giving important i ,,, 11- Witte oft co
:I- mut, Via Porras No. 99, Tel.
FOR SALli-1951 Pontiac se- details to Apartado 1194. A record graduating class of 70 &mugs; EVelyil li. S .s' ,
Northern ',Pacific Railway, 1059 :
s- dan, two door, good condition. graduates will receive their civil Claudette B. Sole 41' earnings should be arounf $4 to
- Tel. 3-6543. GIVE DOUBLE TROUBLE y, Patricia A.
r FOR RENT:-Small two bed- defense certificates in first aid W Mrd P trl k D $4.25 a Share, against $3.68 in 1958,
BEE GETS STUNG on a no a c Kelsh, Irene
id room apartment, um near to
FOR SALE:.1959 Fiat in good TOKYO (UPDPolice thought Lao Pecia
Monday at a a I cere d 1' 0
mony at. E wirds t ra
nue Elena Venejats
Abraham and Co. estimat s
it. Paitilla colleges. Information an .at the Paraiso Scpool. n ';Lt,'
condition. Reasonable. Ft. Gulick JACKSON,311ssOPIT The they were seeing double when ,P- it,,'.: , Gle de Worrell, ,TYrone D. ,,,; ri- ,
7, 891h. Street No. B8, Paitilla.
08354. Y bee's ere ; buzzing around Aron they arrested ',Mrs. Tsuruyo Hagi-, , Jones,;. thel,E Areher, Vilma E'. Ill ,,
This group consisted of hvo dif- Blenmen A M G t -11r1h 1 unla media
Bee. Bee complained:4day that ware and Mrs. Kerney Mitsui for na ran i e
ferent classes taught by Americ- '
bees build a hive in a wall of shoplift
mg. The women, both 44 Mint E, Daniels, Leonera Hinds
1 a powerglidt, power an Red Cross instructor Wi
r Rooms hie home and, we've an been and mother of four children, were 'Ham Lucille I. Cumberbatch,- Iris E: nem 3 Illf
ix I I FOR SALL -- 1958 Chevrolet
bar radio, roar spooker, white the alert exercise which is sched-
IL Gordon. During this meeting Johnson, Joy 1
I brakes. power steering, wonder-. gimes Spo,,,,,,.,,, Buby
twins. ce U. Kerr Fite N.
so Lowev Marva, ti, Morgan, Marva
sidewalk. heater. 17,500 miles. tiled to be held in the CanaI Zone m sim,mona, -maude smell Rose n
- FOR RENT:-Clean furnished 52350.00. Call Ft KM) 5171. r -4 on May 26, will be discussed with
1,. C. Weithe, Guillermo 'Walters r I' 'fy C hr
opu an on est i i
room Cooking facilities. Bachelor the members by Philip L. Dade, Miriam Adina Robinson, Joyce, E: ,,'
or childless couple, 43rd Street 1
W Civil Defense chief. Hammond, Olivia H. Adams. What premises to be A, pa is, 11
SERVICES I ante These first alders who are m,em- teresting event, is a baby populari --
ty contest and coronation being
, bers of the Volunteers Civil De- BAn I-1 T
e i ea Pa
Ifir, rgchrfelaheatudntsve.d,,teoni,... R
1 Boots & Motors I ' TELE.
VISION SERVICE fense Corps of this town and will 1,11,..
participate in the training e
, A D -, i
. e held Sundayi'June 7, frtun r.
TV. Radios. Hi-F1 Trentham 0 eordance with their special bospi- S (1. 'A '
un a ernoon at, the Jamstica Society Ha in
specialist. We service all makes I tat assignment.
; ,, ,.... Panama City,
FOR SALE: Landing barge and models. We don't pretend to Flight Stewardess Following the -meeting and 'pre-
LCM6 with 2 gray marine diesel guarantee our work. We guar- sentation of certificates refresh- a
A ir Ab C
l' ic, Jo rch
' li 'rho names of tte oontestants,
motors 225 HP hull and motors antes it. mentswill be served to the group.
in perfect condition. Apply CRAWFORD AGENCIES. Tivell Certifieates will be presented who are already making every ,,
- effort, through their respective ,'
Blok Agencies. Telephone Pan- Ave: 18-20. Tel. 2-1905.
Sunday at 3 p.m. the Manhattan
Lend Must Apply in person to:
backe PO t k th 1 d d '
re a e e ea an wear
Ina 3-3397 or 3-7259 or Bal Bal1,edies
1,edies Bal1,edies will present to the Public
we coveted -crown of the most po
Having trouble with your TV, 4.
ring boa 3719.
Amelia Lloyd, Juana A. Lopez, a' pink tett' party and concert to
HI-F1, or Radio? Call U.S. TELE- HOTEL EL PANAMA HILTONN Gladys V. Leach, Leonora A. Gor- benefit the Rio Abajo Methodist pular baby are listed below:
FOR SALE:-15 foot fiber glass VISION Customer's satisfaction
don, Nelvina C. Warren, Cecilin Church. Rubina lands, Eneida English ''1
boat, 47 his. mark 58 AE motor. Workmanship guarrenteed. Fast Griselda Collins, Daniel Consta- i
the Sunday, May 17, 1959 L. Archer, Carmen O. Lloyd, Mar- ;
Champion trailer, all accessories, Home Service. Phone 3-7607 ble'''Ernesto Franklin Jr.,t Xes ta
'nal- $1400.00. Tel. 83-3244. Panama. 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. cia A. Bayne, Mildred D. Brown, Beides tee, cakes and cookies,
Magnolia M. Cumberbatch, Va- there will be a mock wedding. Cevrille,-Ani Luisa Williams, Vil Vilof
of Vilof From 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. lerie, Edwards, Ursilla E. Hum- Alt are invited to come and see the
m McFarquhar, Emilio Hauot, .'
by FOR SALE:-Sixteen foot out- Camera Repairs. All makes, all
Alfa Cecilia Hamilton and Yvonne 4
the board runabout with thirty home- work, guaranteed, Naters 8057 1 ohrey, Cynthia I. Lowe, Eva M. bride and groom, the minister, the
Madrigal, Josephine D. Neblett, mother and father, the brides ones.
lboa power Johnson engine and lac- 7th St. Phone 103. Colon. All applicants must be 21 years old Carol A. Wason, Christina Lowe, maids, the page boy and the
per, tory trailer. All in good shape.
A spokesman for the Junta Ira;
rved S650.00 complete. House 8545
Lionel Smith Jr. Emilia E. euests. These '01,11 be represented
Itol more than 27 single. fluent menina has said that this event
cur- Margarita phone 3-2349.
Welsh, June M. Lo;yd, Armando by small tots between the ages of
I Spanish and English required. E. Archero Violet M. Lopez, Dorsi- five and six all dressed in the co cothy
thy cothy R. Blades, Annette M. Bur- iors of the rainbow. LOCal MUSiC- will be the principal feature of
their 1959 fund-raising drive. I
The general public is cordially
gess, Elionor F. Davis, Linda E. ians will alio perform.
invited to attencithe voting and
FOR RENT FOR SALL-A.K.C. registered e Haywood, Grace E. Jamieson,
Ad i i har e ill be 50 coronation of the most popular ba-
m ss on c g w
he : Boston Terrier puppies to sparer- Pan American World Airways Melvg E. Lowe, Graciela I. Ma Macents
cents Macents per person. by. o
Bal. I ed homes. Call Navy 3165 for drigal, Ilse Sullivan Eugene L.
"a- 1 "-- 4 "t1 vo, ri of modern ,, 4
appointment. Thome?, Louisa F. Weeks, Merli-
,Iped office space on See01111 floor
- rpt N. Worrell, Myrtle B. Green,
ews- of new "ELGA" Building Ifirica V. Braithewaite, Dolores I ''
, Service Center Theatres TODAY!
Large private parking area CALLERS SET RECORD
M. Bernard,' Vivian F. Hall, Roy 01
in rear Janitor and night GENEVA WP1) The tele- uNITED FRIIIT compANy
Glasow, Carlotta L. Daniels. Ur Urhas
has Urhas watchman sevices Air Phone exchange reported a record na J. Griffith, Courtney E. Jarvis, BALBOA MR CONDITIONED 1
'00 4:25 6:26 8:15 i
rant conditioning optional Via 216,319 local telephone calls for ld1 Meivina R. Legall,, Dorothy V.
ex- I Espatia on 46th block the opening day of the East-West
Lynch, Williaiti Murrain,, Toribio
ersi- ELGA, S.A." foreign ministers conference Mon. GREAT WHITE- FLEET lito(1 wildest war el sas 1241 beast the Welt liss seer soss! ,,.
a c i ,' ''' I'
, If ate riaan
New Orleans Service Sails Arrives
Fidel Castro s Son cli, p.. OHIO of the
171LD DrLuton; 1 r'
Cristobal r4 ," ....olonleammt '. or 0
Ilt 'Irl''' 1
YAQUE May 9 May 16 Suffers Serious Itak Sel.- '1
Tierrcial MORAZAN May 16 May 23
1ULUA may 23 May 30
YAQUE May 30 June 6 es n
Injuri p 1
MORAZAN June 6 June 13 DIABLO HTS. Rock-Hudson 4-4 Cyd Charles.! ,. r,- ,
7 :00 wrivillght Fer,,Tbn Code ','"-7--"t'''!' ''' A
n this section Ads only cost $0.85 per col. inch Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo HAVANA (UPD-Premier' Fidel In CinemaSeope Ar Color 3-2,' ;',,--7,, t' .:4;, L.-. 'g,i4;
Castro's only son, 9-year-old El ElFOR
FOR ElFOR INFORMATION CALL 2-0740
, del Castro's only son, 9-year-old GAMB4A Jill Corey Paul Hampton
-......- New York Service Sails Arrives Fidel Jr., underwent emergency 8:15 "SENIOR PROM"
Cristobal surgery yesterday for serious in- ,....
juries suffered in an automobile G A T U N Sterling Hayden Sebastian Cabot ;
Service Personnel American Life
Insurance C,ompany IIEREDIA
ESPARTA May 12
May 26 May 17
June 2 June 7
June 9 June 14 accident. He was later reported in 7:00
Doctors removed Fidelito's
epleen and sutured one of hit "TERROR IN A TEXAS TOWN"
MARGARITA Kirk ,Dougliss Tony Curtis
7:00 , "THE VIKINGS"
Tn CinemaScope and Color
Finance Your New Or MILITARY PERSONNEL
, lungs in a 45-minute operation
Used Car For similar basic low NSLI Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo
which started at 3:30 cm. A hos- PARAISO DOlible Program ,
i rates charged by the govern-
pital, bulletin after the operation 7:00 , is
"DUEL AT APACHE WELLS" and ,
GOVERNMENT ment during W. W. II.
CRISTOBALW.C.C.A. FREEDER SERVICE said the boy was under sedation A PERILOUS JOURNEY'' ,0
1 EMPLOYES FINANCE Co. I Phone anytime Panama
il in an ox en
,and had been place Yll
0ANTA CRUZ Robert Wagner -:'- Joan Collins ,,,
Every (18) Days', tent. It said antibiotics were ad-
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo. FEXITA ....., i 7:00 'STOPOVER TOKYO"
' ministered. ,,
on new cars 4 In CinemaScope and Color ,,,
Weekly sailings ol, twelve passenger ships io New ,i, .,
AGENCY DEHL1NtiER br. Atonin Rodriguez Diaz, Pre PreCAMP
CAMP PreCAMP ,BIERD Glenn. Ford '-.' Ernest Borgnine :',..'
No. 43 Automobile Row SEOUL, Korea (UPli-A lor- York New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco :
mier Castro's own p e r s o, n a
choice, performed the operation. 1 7:00 "JURAL" In CinemaScope & Color
Phone 3-4984 3-4985 1 mer intelligence officer of the Re- ,4 '4 and Seattle
Fidelito Was injured in a three- COCO SOLO ''
7:00 :, ;,,,, : I
All Types of Auto Insurance I public of Korea army has !pro
' ear collision Thursday on a high- ,
, .-1 convicted for espionage activities ,
for the North Korean Communists SPECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER FARES FROM way near Havana while being
and sentenced to death, it a i CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA: driven from the Cuban armY's ,I 1'0
freedom camp headquarters-for- 7k .. yol
. k., , kts,""" ,
1131,0K V;EINCIES To New York and Return $275.00 merly Camp Columbia-to hiS
- Lt. Col. Yoon Chang Hee, ior- To San Francisco andor Seattle and Return ..$400.00 g-------tic-1 r,
mother's residence in Tarara 10 ,r 1 ro,
351h Street & J11,10 A ro,emena mer officer of the 271h R OK Di- -........---.-....---......... Beach. I, ...1 bo
A,,,. molding lint National vision, was found guilty by the
Cif T Bank at New l'ork ( branch)
The boy's mother divorced Cas- I 6'6.6;6 IRMA 161.4"611011 1 '
La Exposition Central High Military Court of z
rrnnouneea its new teienhons crossing into North Korea in i955 CRISTOBAL -2121 PANA M A,2-2904 s ago and has re retro
tro retro several year amwi
numbem and giving South Korean nalillary married. The premier lives in ' '1'
1 11-3397 and 3-7259
, suburban Cojimae Bead,.
jnformation to tne Reds. .
.... I oproow
May 2 May 16
ULUA MAY 16 May 23
May 23 may 30
YAQUE May 30 June 6 Injuries In -Mishap
MORAZAN June 6 June 13 DIABLO HTS. Rock' Iludscit Cyd' Charism,
this section Ads only cost
FOR INFORMATION CALL 2
Finance Your New Or
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES EP TO 36 Mo.
on new ear;
No. 43 Automobile low
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Tvpes of Auto Insurance
33th Street & J11,10 Aro,emena
&venni,. linSdina Fint National
Bank at New l'ork (branch)
rrnnouneea its new teienhons
11-3397 and 3-7259
Leiying for States. Will sacri sacrifice
fice sacrifice 1953 rtible Buick Sup Super,
er, Super, Dynaflow, radio, heater, geed
tires, price $250.00. Call 82-
3162 8-4 p.m. or 83-2218 after
FOR SALE:-1956 Plymouth 4-
door sedan, 6 cyl. standard shift
wgood tires. Call Gatun 5-490
or Qtrs. 236-B, Sibert St. Gahm
FOR SAL E:-1958 Chevrolet,
two door, radio, white side walls,
duty paid, 5,000 miles, call 1-
FOR SALE:-1929, Model A
Ford Coupe, $150.00 or ex exchange
change exchange for bigger economical car.
Telephones: 2-4924 or 3-6376,
FOR SALE:--Chevrolet 4-door
sedan, 1956 standard shift,
10,000 miles. $1200 cash.
Phone Panama 3-0945.
FOR SALE:--Chrysler New York Yorker
er Yorker convertible 1954 with power
steering, power brakes, radio,
power windows, whitewalls. For
further information call Roberto
Halphen at 2-1834 or 2-3881.
FOR SALE:-1951 2-door Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet $600.00. excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, papers to prove it. Building
7019 Mt. Hope. Tel. 3-2470.
FOR SALE: 1957 Chevrolet
Bel-Air, 4 door sedan, 6 cylinder,
standard transmission. $1450.
Sgt. Beason, Rodman 3252.
FOR SALE:-1952 Dodge. Cus Custom
tom Custom Royal Lancer. 2 door, hard hardtop,
top, hardtop, 28,000 miles, 1 owner, ra radio.
dio. radio. Hi-Fi. speakers, heater. pad padded
ded padded dash, torque flits transmis transmission.
sion. transmission. white sidewalls. $2,000
cash, blue book value. Phone
FOR SALL-1950 Cadillac se sedan,
dan, sedan, new tailpaige. Excellent tires
and engine, good economical
transportation, $350, best otter.
84-8159 see at 916-C Rous Rousseau.
seau. Rousseau. FOR SALE:-19511 White Im Impala
pala Impala rtible Chevrolet Load Loaded
ed Loaded reasonable, leavinp June 1,
call Cristobal 3-3207,
FOR SALE:-1951 Pontiac se sedan,
dan, sedan, two door, good condition.
FOR SALE:-1959 Fiat in good
condition. Reasonable. Ft. Gulick
FOR MI.16 1958 Chovro let
Impal poworglidt, power
brakes. power 'Wring. wonder
bar radio, roar speaker, white
sidewalk. heater. 17,500 miles.
52350.00. Call Ft, Robb 5171.
TV. Radios. Hi-F1 Transitors
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 trouble with your TV,
HI-FI, or Radio? Call U.S. TELE TELEVISION
VISION TELEVISION Customer's satisfaction
Workmanship guarranteed. Fast
Home Service. Phone 3-7607
Panama. 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Camera !tepairs. All makes, all
work, guaranteed, Naters 8057
7th St. Phone 103. Colon.
FOR SALE:A.K.C. registered
Boston Terrier puppies to approv approved
ed approved homes. Cali Navy 3165 for
CALLERS SET RECORD
GENEVA (UPI) The tele telephone
phone telephone exchange reported a record
216,319 local telephone calls for
the opening day of the East-West
foreign ministers conference Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Guide
$0.85 per coL inch
For similar basic low NSLI
rates charged by the govern government
ment government during W. W.
Phone anytime Panama
SEOUL, Korea (UPI)A for former
mer former intelligence officer of the Re Republic
public Republic of Korea army has tprn
convicted for espionage activities
for the North Korean Communists
and sentenced to death, it AS
Lt. Col. Yoon Chang Hee, ior iormer
mer iormer officer of the 27th ROK Di Division,
vision, Division, was found guilty by the
Central' High Military Court of
crossing into North Korea in 1955
and giving South Korean milltary
information to Vie Reds.
PANDIA AMERICAN -; AN DMEMENDENT zotnay NEW,
FOR SALE:---Orto Collins trans transmitter
mitter transmitter Model 32V-I and ono
Collins Rocsivost Modol 75A1
Perfect operating condition. Call
Raid 6, do Parodies, Paname 2-
0600, during office ours; or a a1074
1074 a1074 after 6:004.m.
FOR SALE:Child's crib with
mattress, matching dresser, Built BuiltRite
Rite BuiltRite carriage, excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. 3-3186.
FOft SALE:--15 Venetian blinds.
Mahogany dining table with 6
chairs. Mahogany wall shelf.
Generator 60 cycle, 110 volts.
17.4 AMPS. House 1576-A. Gs GsNilo'
Nilo' GsNilo' Road.
FOR SALE:Loaving Isthmus.
Mutt sell. Iliadic automatic
washer, U5.00. Balboa 4257.
FOR SALE:--Rosa bushes and
other plants. Tel. 83-7219
FOR SALEt--Frigidaire all por porcelain.
celain. porcelain. Separated compartments
for freezer. $60.00 45t11. Street
45. Bella Vista.
FOR SALE:Portable typewriter
with very modern cam Call Pan Panama
ama Panama 3-3004.
FOR SALE:--2 Singer sowing
machines, 2 aluminum Venetian
blinds 5' long 712' wide, 1,5'
long 6' wide, as is. House 5409.
Diablo Heights, Tel. 2-3012.
FOR SALE:---Friaidaire, 7 cu. ft.
$75.00. Tea Cart metal 510.00.
Balboa 2-3761, come sec
FOR SALE:--8' GI. rofrigarator
60 cycle, MOO. Apt. 0237-A.
Gamboa. Phone 6-351.
WANTED:Secretary with good
knowledge of English. State
salary. Refer foto. Mail Box
WANTED:Young woman with
knowledgo of boauty matters, to
talcs extensive course in the line.
job pays good salary with travel
posibilities. Write with photo en enclosed,
closed, enclosed, and giving important
details to Apartado 1194.
BEE GETS STUNS
bees tire ; buzzing around Aron
Bee. Bee complained- today that
bees imild a hive in a wall of
his home and, "we've all been
Must Apply in person
HOTEL EL PANAMA HILTONN
Sunday, May 17, 1959
From 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
All applicants must be 21 years old
not more than 27 single. Fluent
Spanish and English required.
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
GREAT WHITE FLEET
New Orleans Service
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo
New York Service
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo
Weekly sallingt of twelve passenger ships 'to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Froncisco
' 4 and Seattle
SPECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER FARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
To New York and Return $275.00
To Ran Francisco andor Seattle and Return .4400.00
CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA,2-2904
FOR SALE:.-141-111, costsols typo.
Also two smeary capes with
stands. Can Balboa i194.
FOR 22.214.171.124-12 co. ft. G. 11.
tfoop from SI50.00, lattice
work for carport. Large roaring
fans. 50 oaL aquarium. Cali 86-
FOR SALEvBendix antomatic
washer. 1952 Mercury. babiss
crib. Phone Coco Solo 492.
FOR SALE t--All Ihousehols1 ef effects.
fects. effects. 0260-C Gamins. phone
FOR SALENice dining. sot
complets $150.00, sir condi conditioner
tioner conditioner 34 $150.00,,Telophone
FOR SALE:-.4arg. sliningroom
table 49"n17" with '10 chairs,
buffet in woorkorful -condition
3200.00 or hest offer, 3 Rattan
steptiown tables 425.00. IBM
electric typewriter, 075.00 or
best offer, metal iiresser $8.00.
Call Balboa 2-37112,q 324-X, Cu Culebra
lebra Culebra Road. Ancen.
FOR SALLBedspread in beau
tiful chinchilla fur. Via aaaaa
house before Mini Max.
FOR SALE: -- Full automatic
washing machine, Frigidaire, all
porcelain, bargain $125.00. Pe Peru
ru Peru Ave. 35-25 Alexander or call
FOR SALLMahout's living
room suit, couch, two chairs in innerspring
nerspring innerspring cushions. Excellent
condition. 2471-A Catcall Navy
FOR SALL-9 piece dining room
set $15000. Automatic dish
washer like new, $75.00. Alu Aluminum
minum Aluminum Venetian blinds lamps,
tables, thee articles. Tel. ;-
FOR SALE:--Twg adjoining An Anlog
log Anlog tables, used together or sep separately,
arately, separately, wroght iron legs. $18.00.
Steel buffet, (Quartermaster)
$15.00. Balboa 2409.
FOR SALE:Vatious househohl
goods: table and chairs, writing
desks, work borsch, sewing ma machine,
chine, machine, lamps, ate. 1540 Mango
Street, Balboa. 10:00 to 12:00
and 3:00 to 6:00. Phone Balboa
GIVE DOUBLE TROUBLE
TOKYO (UPDPolice thought
they were seeing double when
they arrested Mrs. Tsuruyo Hagi-,
ware and Mrs. Kerney Mitsui fot
shoplifting. The women, both 44
and mother of four children, were
May 2 May 16
May 16 May 23
May 23 May 30
May 30 June 6
June 6 June 13
12 May 17
19 May 24
26 May 31
2 June 7
9 June 14
Every (18) Days
Class Med Page closes p:30
cm. Men. Fri., 11 aim,
Sato- 2 ,1),ft. Oak pe 21111.
Office' open $4 weekdays.
FOR SA1.16'.4ats 500 and 1.000
'meters. the Naive Hiphdrente
Urbanizatise- strew' the Roma
Racetrack- AU lots 'whit street
heists. sewage, water imain and
electricity. ,Call W. hiclantett.
FOR SALI:Comfortable come.
try konse completely furnished;
4735 sq. meters of land; excel excellent
lent excellent water and Kohler 2 K. elec electric
tric electric 'dint; NOW refrigerator etc.,
at Gorgon. Beach, 50 miles from
Panama City; 53,000.00. Can be
inspected every Sunday, ask ter
owner, Mr. Alegre, Of call tele telephones:
phones: telephones: 2-4924 er I-6375 Pan.,
FOR SALIEt---24 acres clean title
7 miles from ealbea.,All kinds
of citrus, soffit, lots al water,
road throught C.Z. Suitable for
chickens, no mosquitos. Soo Mrs MrsLillian
Lillian MrsLillian Taylor, 18.1 Central
Ammo, third flour, Attu 6.00
Wonted to Buy I
WANTED TO 111.11-1 or 1
horse power gasoline engine. to
run well pump. Boit 189, Diablo,
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL,' CZ.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
Mr. Joseph Mason formely of Bo Bolivar
livar Bolivar A bitween 8 and 9,
No. 8087 Dep. I, Colon, sup supposodly
posodly supposodly working at the Naviga Navigation
tion Navigation Division: please get in touch
with credit slopartment of Casa
Record Class Of 7Q To Get
Civil Defense Certificates
A record graduating class of 70
graduates will receive their civil
defense certificates in first aid on
Monday at a special ceremony at
7;30 pan.e?ell the Penis &pool.
This grotip consisted of hvo dif different
ferent different classes taught by Americ American
an American Red Cross instructor William
FL Gordon. During this meeting
the alert exercise which is sched scheduled
uled scheduled to be held in the Cana Zone
on May 26, will be discussed with
the members by Philip L Dade,
Civil Defense chief.
These first alders who are mem members
bers members of the Volunteers Civil De Defense
fense Defense Corps of this town and will
participate in the training in ae aeeordane
eordane aeeordane with their special hospi hospitat
tat hospitat assignment.
Following the -meeting and 'pre 'presentation
sentation 'presentation of certificates refresh refreshmentrwill
mentrwill refreshmentrwill be served to the group.
Certificates will be presented
Amelia Lloyd, Juana . Lopez,
Gladys V. Leach, Leonora A. Gor Gordon,
don, Gordon, Nelvina C. Warren, Cecilin
L. Archer, Carmen O. Lloyd, Mar Marcia
cia Marcia A. Bayne, Mildred D. )3rown,
Magnolia M. Cu mberba tch, Va Valerie
lerie Valerie Edwards, tIrsilla E. Hum Humphrey,
phrey, Humphrey, Cynthia Lowe, Eva M.
Madrigal, Josephina D. Neblett,
Carol A. Wason, Christina Lowe,
Lionel Smith Jr., Emilia E.
Welsh, June M. Loyd, Armando
E. Archero Violet M. Lopez, Doro Dorothy
thy Dorothy R. Blades, Annette M. Bur Burgess,
gess, Burgess, Eleonor F. Davis, Linda E.
Haywood, Grace E. Jamieson,
Melva E. Lowe, Gracie la Ma Madrigal,
drigal, Madrigal, Ilsa Sullivan Eugene L.
Thomai, Louisa F. Weeks, Merli Merlins
ns Merlins N. Worrell, Myrtle B. Green,
Ulrica V. Bralthewaite, Dolores
M. Bernard,' Vivian F. Hall, Roy
, Glasow, Carlotta L. Daniels. Lor Lorna
na Lorna J. Griffith, Courtney E. Jarvis,
Melvina R. Legall Dorothy V.
Lynch, Williath Murrain,, Toribio
Fidel Castro's Son
Injuries In Mishap
HAVANA (UPI)---Premier' Fidel
Castro's only son, 9-year-old Fi Fidel
del Fidel Castro's only son, 9-year-old
Fidel Jr., 'underwent emergency
surgery yesterday for serious in injuries
juries injuries suffered in an automobile
accident. He was leter reported in
Doctors removed Fide lito's
spleen and sutured one of hit
lungs in a 45-minute .operation
which started at 3:30 a.m. A hos hospital,
pital, hospital, bulletin after the operation
said the boy was under sedation
and had been placed in an oxygen
tent. It said antibiotics were ad administered.
Atonio Rodriguez Diaz, Pre Premier
mier Premier Castro's own personal
choice, performed the operation.
Fidelito was injured in a three threecar
car threecar collision Thursday on a high highway
way highway near Havana while being
driven from the Cuban armY's
freedom camp headquartersfor headquartersformerly
merly headquartersformerly Camp Columbiato his
mother's residence in Tarara
The boy's mother divorced Cas Castro
tro Castro several years ago and has re remarried.
married. remarried. The premier lives In
Isuburban Cojimae Beach,.
q. Please advise-nte on good,
old-fashioned stock broker; r who
,i3 honest and Tellable.
I A. I detect a nil of bitterness
1 All brokers olti-fashioned or
Pew are in business to axe
money. The overwhelming
ray of them aro 'convinced, I'm
oure, that they can make the
roost money by best serving the
rterest of their customers. (0b,'
!viously I'm excluding the sharp
sfsooters who try to unload junk
:on their victims via high presure
, Now, the way a .broker ean best
nuke money 'on you it ti have you
continue to trade or invest
through lin'', because he lives by
I get a lot of complaints about
brokers, but in most cases toe
trouble was not with the broker
at all, but the complainant (the
cutomer) who didn't know what
he wanted or,needed, but insisted
on making his own decisions. An Another
other Another significant source of trouble
i the desire to gamble on the
part of those who should not own
stocks at all or, at best, only
the most conservative Issues.
I think it is only fair to keep keepIn
In keepIn mind that a broker is in a dif difficult
ficult difficult position.
The customer walks -in and de declare's
clare's declare's he has $3,000 with which
he would like to buy XYZ stock.
The-broker imp, hold a dim view
of XYZ and may even say to, but
if the customer insists be. can do
nothing else but execute the roder.
If he convinced the 'customer
that he ought to buy a conserva conservative
tive conservative utility and XYZ thereupon
,doubles in price in the next three
market sessimis, where does that
Samuirs; Evelyn N. SI enier
Claudette B. Soley, Patricia A.
Waldrdn,,,,Patrick D. Kelsh, Irene
Edwirds 4rancia Elena Venejak,
Joeek.' Areher, Vilma E.
Blelnnen, Ana M. Grant, Vilhel VilhelMint
Mint VilhelMint E, Daniels, Leonera Hinds,
Lucille Cumberbatch, Iris E.
Johnson, Joyce U. Kerr, Flia N.
Lowe, Marva IA Morgan, Marva
M. Simmoes, Maude Small, Rose
C. Waithe, Guillermo Walters,
Miriam Adins Robinson, Joyce E.
Hammond, Olivia H. Adams.
At Rio Ab.ajo Cliurch
Sunday at 3 p.m. the Manhattan
Ladies will present to the Public
a' "pink tea' party and concert to
benefit the Rio Abajo Methodist
Beiides tef, cakes and cookies,
there will be a mock wedding.
Alt are invited to come and see the
bride and groom, the minister, the
mother and father, the brides
maids, the page boy and the
guests. These Will be represented
by small tots between the ages of
five and six all dressed in the co colors
lors colors of the rainbow. Local music musicians
ians musicians will also perform.
Admission charge will be SO
cents per person.
Service Center Theatres
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7:00 "TwilIght For4,Th Cods"
In Cinema Setpd At- Color;
9 A MBdA Jill Cox Paul Hampton
2:15 "SENIOR PROM"
GATUN Sterling Hayden Sebastian Cabot
7:00 "TERROR IN A TEXAS TOWN"
MARGARITA Kirk Dougras Tony Curtis
1:00 "THE VIKINGS"
Tn Cinema Scope and Color
Do Mble Program
"DUEL AT APACHE WELLS" and
"A PERILOUS JOURNEY"
sANTA CRUZ Robert Wagner Joan Collins
7:00 -"STOPOVER TOATO"
. In Cinema Scope and Color
CAMP Glenn. Ford
7 :00 WEAL" In
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leave the broker? On the other
han,'It The rustelbert btly'llEYS btly'llEYSand
and btly'llEYSand it goes down, that doesn't
leav the broker his heeriteise heeriteisedividual,
dividual, heeriteisedividual, either. g , , , ;,
Investing will always Involve
risk, The broker tan help you, I
and,,,etteett-to,, but you've AP t
be hOnest 'mill him and you!ve
got to remember that he, too, Is
only human, f
NEW YORK (UPI) The im;
mediate stock lnarket outlook re remains
mains remains construetive, aided by a 1
combination of favorable
cal and business factors, says Van
Alstyne, Noel and Co.
Kersey-1111mi is oxpeeted
shovr $4.50 a share for the year
to end in 'August against $2.47 11
the previous fiscal year, accord accordMg
Mg accordMg to W. E, Hutton and Co.
Walston and Co. notes that some
sources think Chrysler might eara
between $3 and $4 a share for the
1second, quarter against $1.75 in
Shearson, Hammill and Co. esti.
mates that net income for the 12 1
trunk line air transports swill in
1959 top the' previous peak of 88
million dollars established in 1955
liontana-Dakota Utilities may
earn nearly $2 a share in 1959
against $1.65 in 1958, reflect an
increase in oil royalty payinents
from owned properties In Wal Walliston
liston Walliston basin. to apprmdmately 43
cents a share annually, says E: P.
Hutton and Co.
Richfield Oil is expected to let if
pew sales record in 1959 and re report
port report a substantial recovery from
the $5.92 a share of1958, says Dean
Witter Oft Co.
Northern ',Pacific Railway 1059
earnings should be arounf $4 to
$425 a Share, against $3.68 in 1958,
Abraham and Co. estimates.,
What premises to be rery
teresting event, is a baby populari
ty contest and coronation being
sponsored by'the Junta Femenina
de Beneficencia and slated to be
held Sundan'June 7,. from 4 pall.
at, the Jamaica Society Hall ill
Tim names of dm eontestants,
who are already making every
effort through their respective
backers t take the lead and wear
the coveted crown of the most po popular
pular popular baby, are listed below:
Rubina Jarvis, Eneida English,
Griselda Collins, Daniel Consta Constable';'
ble';' Constable';' Ernesto Franklin Jr.,' Xei
Ceville,-Ana Luisa Williams, VII VIIma
ma VIIma McFarquhar, Emilio Hauot,
Ana Cecilia Hamilton and Yvonne
A spokesman for the Junta Fe Femenina
menina Femenina has said that this event
will be the principal feature of
their 1959 fund-raising drive.
The general public is cordially
invited to attend. the voting and
coronation of the most popular ba baby.
by. baby. TODAY!
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iUS Stresses Decision
to Defend West Berlin
BERLIN. May 16 (UP1)--The
trnited States gave an Armed
rrees Day demonstration to today
day today that underscored its deter deterInination
Inination deterInination to defend threatened
The 4090 combat-ready Amer Amer?tan
?tan Amer?tan troops stationed in the
Western sector of the city pa paladed
laded paladed before an audience that
Included 11 RUSSIELTI officers.
fddie, Liz Taylor
Sall Into Blue
; : IllARCELONA. May 16 (UPI)
. at white yacht bearing newlyweds
Xlivabeth Taylor and Eddie Fish Fisher
er Fisher headed out into the blue Me Me'
' Me' titerranean today on a "secret"
The actress and he, singer hus hustend,
tend, hustend, whom she married In Las
Vegas earliet this week while the
Ink wa still drying on his divorce
taPers, arrived here from New
york and Lisbon early today.
s2:The yacht Olnico. on lonn to
the newlywech from movie produc producer
er producer Sam Spiegel, left for an undis
closed destination. But it apnear apnearerl
erl apnearerl 'he island of Maiorca,
otter with boungainvillea and oth oth-
- oth- er lusb flowers at this time of
Yea,. would be one port of call.
If will be a short honeymoon
porter than anticipated.
have ontv week. althouoh
-wanterl R much longer honer,-
" tittol11 "fig, MiSs TRvlor
, laid lsefore boarding the yacht.
vette enchlnterl to be at the
atler- et my husband. but have
ligiOther Or Not
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The US. Army commander in
Europe, Gen. Clyde D. Eddie Eddieman,
man, Eddieman, promised in a speech that
the United States wiU spare
nothing to hold the city.
More than 50,000 persons at
Templehof Air Base watched as
infantrymen, tanks, recoilless
rifles, heavy mortars and ar armored
mored armored personnel carriers parad paraded
ed paraded by. Helicopters hovered over
Eddleman said the Berlin
force was "small but potent."
Its presence in the city, he
said, "is ample evidence we
shall honor our commit commitments."
ments." commitments." Tbe U.S force is surrounded
by 30 Soviet divisions of more
than 300,000 men stationed in
Communist East Germany. But
the American forces, allied with
6000 British and French troops,
provide ample assurance the
Communists cannot attack West
Berlin without starting a gen general
eral general war.
The Berlin garrison is part of
the 175,000-man U.S. 7th army
stationed In West Germany.
The 7th army is part of 21
NATO Divisions committed to
OXFORD, England (UPI)
Field Marshal Viscoutit Montgom Montgomery
ery Montgomery last night criticized Amer American
ican American statesmanship again, but
this time he directed his fire
against the late President Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt and other World War II lead leaders.
ers. leaders. Montgomery apologized "v e r y
sincerely" two weeks ago for his
criticisms of current American
leadership made in an interview
just before he visited Moscow and
met with Soviet Premier Nikita
S. Khrushchev. His comments. on
President Eisenhower. f or m er
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles and his successor, Christ Christian
ian Christian A. Herter, drew sharp re rebuffs
buffs rebuffs from the British press and
members of the government.
Last night, Montgomery said
'he American plans for a second
front in Europe in 1942 "would
have involved the Allies in a di disaster
saster disaster which' -would have pro prolonged
longed prolonged the war fOr- years."
One of the reasons, he said,
was that United States troops
were too green.
The field marshal's criticisms of
American wartime political and
military strategy came in the
first of two lectures he is giving
at Oxford on "The Conflict Be Between
tween Between East and West.' Some had
been voiced previously by S r
Winston Churchill and other Brit British
ish British wartime leaders.
After America entered the war,
Montgomery said, "the great aim
of the Atnerican chiefs of staff
was to concentrate all available
forces for a cross-channel inva invasion
sion invasion of France and to smash Ger Germany
many Germany by a decisive blow hi 1942
only six months after they en entered
tered entered the warso they could turn
their great strength against Ja Japan."
pan." Japan." He said Churchill and the Brit British
ish British chiefs of staff 'knew better,
and they were right.' When the
U.S. troops went into battle for
the first time in North Africa in
1942 thev were "found to be very
green,' he said.
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After Suicide Til
SAN JOSE, Calif., May 16
(UPI) Former movie actress
Barbara Land, 39, who fired a
bullet into her chest in a sui suicide
cide suicide attanpt, was reported in
good condition et County Hos Hospital
pital Hospital today.
Miss Land, whose legal name
is Barbara Katherine Stralla,
attempted suicide Thursday in
a farmyard in Morgan Hill. Her
Lome town is Los Angeles, but
she later explained she had
come north to visit her sister
and her car had broken down.
The bullet came out her back,
but missed her heart and lungs,
according to doctors. She added
"I didn't know it would hurt
so much. I thought that when
you shot yourself, you were
dead. Now I'm sorry. I hope
Ood will forgive me.'
Asked why she shot herself,
'she answered only "I have noth nothing
ing nothing to live for. I lost my hus husband
band husband four years ago."
Miss Land is the widow of
the late gambler Tony Cornero
Stralla, who hal operated the
gambling ship Rex. but was put
out of business by former Gov Governor
ernor Governor Earl Warren's crime com commission.
mission. commission. He also bad gambling
interests in Nevada and Cuba.
He died in 1955 while shooting
dice In Las Vegas.
Most of Miss Land's motion
picture role were western.
A POPPY IS SOLD iy Diane Elaine Cazobon, 4, In the Veterans of Foreign Wars poppy drive
which opened yester ay to Lt. Gen. Ridge ly Gaither, commander in chief Caribbean and senior
military officer in the area. Diane is the VFW 1959 Poppy Girl and red Cloth popples.like those
she carried to the unified command headquarters at Quarry Heights will be sold throughout the
Canal Zone until :une 1 to aid hospitalized veterans. M.S. Army Photo)
Politicians' Aide Jques Invited
To Repeat Smear Charges To Jury
WASHINGTON' (UMThe Jus Justice
tice Justice Department has tn v it e
Keith 41., Jaques to repeat before
a grand jury his eatement that
his former boss, Rep., Arch A.
Moore Jr. (R W.Va.), circulated
anonymous campaign. material
about Moore's defeated political
It also 'indicated there may be
fur'her grand jury action in the
The, n v't lotion came af'r
Jaques described as "miscarriage
of justice" a Jhree-count indict
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To Reclaim Anvil
KINGS MOIIN T A I N,
(UPI) Whoever put a 200-
pound anvil in the middle of
U.S. 74 here Thursday night can
reclaim it now. There's a $1000'
repair bill for Thomas L. Mc McNab's
Nab's McNab's car attached.
McNab said it was "like an
explosion" when his car hit the
anvil, which tipped out the
trans mission and ripped
throUgh the gas tank.
N."e? Itif sw
Ws more blessed to give than
to receive, because it's deductible.
ment blinded down against him
The indiettent charged Jaques
with circulating In West Virginia's
first district last fall unflattering
and unsigned pamphlets about
Moore's rival, former Democratic
Rep. Robert H. Mollohan.
Jaques said this "strange turn
of events" demonstrated t h e
whole thing was a "comedy of
errors." The 36 year Old lawyer
said he had informall voltm voltmteered
teered voltmteered to appear, before the jury
earlier, but it turned him. down.1
Jaques salt! he would have to
consult with his attorneys before
deciding whether he would accept
the invitation to give evidence to
the grand jury.
He said the invitation to testify
came at a late date 'inasmuch. as
the jury already has returned a
four-count indictment against him
without ever "consulting the' two
men who knew the most about this
Moore and myself."-
"This whole situation appears'
to be a conglomeration of errors,
a star chamber proceeding, done
without ever giving me a chance
to appear," he added.
GRAND CANYON, Ariz. (UPIy
May 16An adventurous artist des
cribe,d today a three-day watery
ordeal at the bottom of the Grand
Canyon that resulted when he lost
his canoe and risked his life to
stay with'his pet dog.
The artist, Earl L. Francis, 27,
of San Manuel, Ariz., was recup,
erating at a hotel here after he
and his Airedale, Cadillac, were
resuced from the turbulent Colora Colorado
do Colorado River Thursday.. They had
spent much of the three ays
swimming down the river.
Francis with his dog started
out on the river journey Map 7,
but last Monday he lost the canoe
and was faced with the, choice of
trying to recover the boat and
all his supplies or remain with
"I decided to save,the deg and
let the boat go," the bearded art artist
ist artist told his rescuers.
Francis and Cadillacboth
buoyed by life preservers' around
their neckswere pulled from the
swift-moving rapids of tbe river in
a dramatie rescue Thursday.
Francis hal his 'Arm wrapped
tightly around the dog.
"Thank God!" were bis first
words when pulled from the water.
Thev had spent three days in
the current-swept river, sleeping
bv night on sand bars or along
the banks. Towering 1.600 foot
riiffl tretche0 bove them on
both sides lit the river and the
,Jaques, now a legislative aide
to Sen. Wallace F. Bennett (11-
Allah) prompdy put out a state statement
ment statement saying the pamphlet w a,s
conceived by Moore, prepared by
the Republican Congressional
Campaign Committee and paid
for by Moore.
Asst. Atty. Gen. W. Wilson
White said Friday the grand jury
had acted on all available evi evidence
dence evidence when it indicted Jaques. He
"Under our constitutional sys system,
tem, system, a defendant may not be
compelled to give evidence, If
Mr. Jaques agrees to waive his
immunity againso sell
tion, he will be given an oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to appear before the grand
jury. Investigation of this matter
has not been comoleted but it is
a continuing one."
Moore has not commented on
Jaques' specific charge that the
congressman conceived the pam pamphiPt.
phiPt. pamphiPt. Moore has said only thf
such a pamphlet was used against
Molloban in his 1956 governor's
race and was merely "refused"
Adventurous Artist And His Dog
Survive 3-Day Ordeal In River
rim of the Grand Canyon was one
The river is Lbout 14 feet deep
and at one section of the rapids
the river drops 33 feet in three three'eras
'eras three'eras of a mile. There were rap,
ids but no waterfalls in his swhn swhnming
ming swhnming route.
Neither Frhucis nor his dog had
any food during their ordeal in
which they traveted five to eight
miles, mostly by water.
At night they had 'o sleep wet
and without prolectios In tempera temperatttres
tttres temperatttres of 55 and 60 degrees. During
the day temperatures soared to
more than 100 degrees.
Ernie Whi'e, manager of Phan Phantom
tom Phantom Ranch, said he and three
men started out Thursday looking
for Francis' body.
They spotted Francis and the
dor floating in the river and two
of them went after a rope to haul
"The river is pretty swift there
and we didn't have much time.
George Snow (a french hand)
scrambled down to the river as
beat he could.
"Proneis saw Mm and began
angling into shore. we Dulled him
out and he plopped down on the
ground and was tired hut hettl'hr
After a rest, yt went back to the
ranch where he restad and had
dinner with us. He was in good
Francis' parents Are Mr. am;
Mr. Fart L Francis of Dstrict
WASHINGTON Mir la
The Defense Department has aP-.,
pealed to Fres. Eisenhower to,
change mind-and give the Air
Force a go-ahead to'build an atothic-powered
bomber, it was dis disclosed
closed disclosed yesterday, -
Air Force Lt, diti. Roscoe C.
Wilson said the last order- issued
by the late' Deptgy Defense Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Dosald Quarles', who
died last week, was, to approve
the Air Force appeal to Eisen Eisenhower.
hower. Eisenhower. Wilson said the proposal
either had gone to the White
Rouse or was on its way.
The general, Air Force deputy
chief of staff for development,
told the Aviation 'Writers Assn.
that the "final obstacle" 'to de development
velopment development 'of the plane shield shielding
ing shielding the crew against radiation
had been solved. ,
Wilson said the "design and
early develorment" of an atomic atomicpowered
powered atomicpowered bomber could be carried
out with "modest" additional ftmds
US, Common' Market: 01(
(Continued front Page 1) "The ihcriases in emploiMeit
since July 1958 have been about
cause Iconsomer prices have for as rapid as the averag rate of
the past year remained virtual- increases during' recoveries trom
ily stable, Randall declared earlier post-war recessions.
'This increased consumption is "Recovery from the' recent ro rowing
wing rowing spread among most of the cession, as in previous:cases has
najor consumer items. For ex- been cnaracterized by a sub'stau sub'stauimple,
imple, sub'stauimple, domestically-produced au- tial improvement in the efficien
omobiles have been selling.- at ey of manufacturing Industries,
m annual rate of five to six mil- that is by improved produciavi produciaviion
ion produciaviion a year at least one million ty.
Lbove -the rate for 1958, despite "This improvement la very
,he heavy competition from im- largely the product of the heavy
rted foreign ears. investments. in new plants :and e ethe
the ethe previous
gbillooPminepnetriod. dul'pinargticularly un du durable
rable durable goOds and industries.
s "rTehf lee cstae dm ei n P itichntveuergsetrmoc'wef nt hr: ocwftwh ipe err
relsaulgtsin. f'r'oemmplthoye f'r'oemmplthoyerate
rate f'r'oemmplthoyerate domestic
luring the first quarter of 1959
m enint rPeacrotv' e rt hy e
time required to transfer qabor
;N68as5 amt illainonaynnunapl erracetent of haigboheurt
han the previous quarteri" be to industries and areas where
old the meeting. job opportunities lire ezpanding."
(Continued front Page 1)
cause Iconsumer prices have for
the past year remained virtual.-
I ly stable, Randall chic tared
'This increased consumption is
being spread among most of the
major consumer items. For ex example,
ample, example, domestically-produced au automobiles
tomobiles automobiles have been selling -at
an annual rate of five to six mil million
lion million a year at least one million
above -the rate for 1958, despite
the heavy competition from im imported
ported imported foreign ears.
boom period particularly un du du"The
"The du"The same picture of recovery quilnueni um-log Lae previous
rable goods and industries.
is reflected in the growth of pri private
vate private domestic investment, which
during the first quarter of 1959 "In part, the lag in employ employwas
was employwas at an annual rate of about ment recovery results. from the
$68.5 million, 11 percent higher time required to transfer qabor
than the previous quarteri" he to industries and areas where
told the meeting. job opportunities tire expanding."
"Another significant indicator
of the recovery pattern is tho
index of industrial production
which broke through to an all allMenial
Menial allMenial Paijentif
Killer Of Parents,
time record high in March of 1'
"This -Index vividly portraits
the depth of the recession and the Taken' Mir Chase
rate of recovery.
"At the lowest point in .the re recession
cession recession in April 1958i, the index 1,--"' ,
Al Rhode Man& State H o s p i t a I
had dropped -,14 percent' 'below ; 'WARWICK: R.I., (UP1)A mett,
the previous "high "of f, 'February tal' patient who-eacaped ;from .the
leas was re. Thursday, night ,and beat his par par1957.
1957. par1957. In the 11 months ,since
tuts to death with a crowbar
pril 1958 the entire
"The, growth bf adtitrial Pro-. was captured yesterday in a stolen
duction is obviously a result of. a ear after a highspeed c h a s e
general upturn in sales.Ond or-- through city streets.
ders. This fact cull& be illustrat- ,
ed by describing the' situation In ,POlica said the young man, Rus Rusany
any Rusany number of industries include sell J., Chace Jr., 25, surrendered
ing textiles, paper, i cheinicals without -0 struggle after bringing
and iron -and steel. his car- to a stop on an abandoned
Later he said: "There .his railroad bed.
been some corifusion concerning The hospital said' yoting Chace,
the extent of enisloyment and a handsome six-footer,' walked i
unemployment in- the united away from the grounds at How HowStates.
States. HowStates. Many economic writers ird. R.I., about' 1 p.m. Shortly
have dwelt on the i emPloyment siterward a ne4;hbor saw ,Chace
statistics to, substantiate' opoosing -Pursuing his cresinihg,mother in
viewpointa, on the statuo of the circles on the .driveway-, the
United States econory. What are fpmilv home and 'called (police.
the facts? 1 -ki 'About, the kerne time,'a telephone
"From the peak level of 65 mil- operator rePorted receiving a call
lion employed in March 1957, to- for help from the Chace rest resttal
tal resttal employment in the United, nence, apparently from' the, fath fathStates
States fathStates declined during the reces- er Just before he lost conscious conscioussion
sion conscioussion by approximately -two mil- ties.
lion persons. The mother, Mrs. 'Annice H.
"It- began to recover about the Chace, 50, was dead q)111, arrival
middle of 1958 and since has in- at Kent County Hospital'. The
creased at an average monthly father died shortly after his 30114
ratp of spo.00o Ev March 1959 capture. :,
' "From the peak level of 65 mil million
lion million -employed in March 1957, to total
tal total employment in the United
States declined during the reces recession
sion recession by approximately -two mil million
lion million persons.
"It. began to recover about the
middle of 1958 and since has in increased
creased increased at an average monthly
rate of 200,000. By March 1959
employment was back to its pre previous
vious previous peak:
"However, since the labor
force is growing at the- rate of'
about 70,000 per month, the In Increase
crease Increase in 'employment has not
been reflected in lin equivalent
reduction hi the number of un unemployed.
employed. unemployed. "Nevertheless,. the reduction in
1 tisemployment has been substan
lig. In April 1958 unemployment
reached 5.2 million. By March
19591 this was reduced to four
million or a little less than six
percent of the civilian working
"Another factor which tends to
make employment statistics ap appear
pear appear inconsistent with other indi indicators
cators indicators of recovery is that dual dually
ly dually gains, in employment in the
early phalle of a recovery do not
keep 'up with gains in output.
"Hello, Beatitiluir r.
Actually. British Ilm ate 'trivia
alma statehec camels wilt Stoat
limn Ion Illousadm 11111,,k,
which already are'avallable with within
in within the Defense Department
Others said 'ant extre- 50 to 100
million dollars would -be needed.
If the Air Force should be
given the go-ahead,' it would
amoust to, a reversal of present
administration policy.- The Presi President
dent President saldJin his",budget message
to Congress last January- that an
atomic plane would not be built
until it was proven to be militar militarily
ily militarily useftd. '
Wilson conceded there had been
no technological breakthroughs
since January. But he said there
had been "refinement of A:late"
and an increase of confident. it
the project. z. -.-
Wilson describe(' the l'res"dent
as "very interested" in the pro project,
ject, project, but said Eisenhower has in insisted
sisted insisted that it not be a- stunt which
would only 'waste "national sub substance"
stance" substance" in a race to beat Rus Russia.
Wilson was unable to say wheth
7;03-8:58 t p.m.
KING SOLOMON'S mites
on a trek
,E Ill AGIV 101:A2411:1
er 'Bustle' tntght atovile:, A
plane In the skies first,.Howeverp, ',,
he said it should takeii,41,4: '--
United States "many yearsr''',44,-
accomplish th& feat if the, ?resit
dent'e, aPProvitOwati tOrthcomill: ,' el
of limitlen range;',,said ;
serve as a i'oontiouously't oprat4,-A,
ing airborne 'missile, launcher and:
low-level penetration aircraft cal.:
led "Camel'. -.4
FT., BRAGG, 114,
Matthew B.! Ridgway, 'tett r etti'
Army chief of staff, .todiy,
tacked' "short cut" solutions'.4o:
national defense prOblemrt
said the decisive, role injuttire;,
wars will be played by'llbe'4:begoo,
ic figure of the individual fightiot
man on the ground." '4 mow 41)
In a speech prepared for deltsrz.
'ery itt the annual Convention, ot z
the Airborne Assn., of whiek
is president, RidgySY, said,groutict
forces are' the only, forces which',
can establish anti maintain "ant
trol of key land: areas and thliro
Ridgway conceded 'that air-teit,
support of grounl forces is essen-,.
tial but said that air and', aell;:' 1
forces ,lack the flexibility,
ground forces. :
Spealting at a memorial !tine
In honor of deed paratroopetC
Ridgway said, ,"Man has yet ,dget
conquer space. Re may 1106n
the first few venturesome Meta(
beyond our atmospbere but be,
must ,quicklY 'return and get lig
feet on 'solid earth again." 1,44.4-
Ho noted that naval and tie' 4
bases ere on land end that these
factors keep "the 'Control of lantr,,
live on them" the' basio.objectivt
Ridgway told "Convention dete,
gateg airbotvie 4ttnits olty7a1
malor role in future, combat, bloc
nutitiog lend, It lilt
And Anobile Intintr, tOret to
key land- Points, go -that troops
following by conventional., trene't
portation ean ,"aehisie ,theirmix.
sion with an econom of,,,egen,sodt
The United States Inform& on
service IlbrarY has received i not,
py cd "nut Case 'Study of On'
nited Fruit COMPitIlY in Latta'
America." This ',1r ithe SeventIC
clase studi byllthe 'National Plan-4,
ning Association, Part of the funds
for the study cattle from tilt COT
negie Corporation of New Nrk
and the John Ifay ',Whitney
dation. ,', ,
The study is :of Interest, tit: PI,
nama in view-of United Irttit Cop,
pany's contributiort to the coug
try's economy. United Fruit owht.
more than 2 per cent of, M.,
nama's total agriculturaL. 100
and its plantataians account 'lief
4.5 per cent of all croplands. AbOht
4 ptr cent of Panama's ,,labor
fo'rce employed by the comOi
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mortars and ar- ::,A.;-:',5,,:ft.',Nitr$:,;k';,,:'::::.:44 i",,,,n :,i,:;t,, .k..4, F.,:::,::0,:,:i4:.,::i:,:ti:,:.0.,ili,:i!:::::i:t,,,,:f ,:::::44,,:n,:,:,::::::mg:ii,i,,:,,,, e I s gut b said there
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mei carriers pared- ::-A.,.,iiit',..A.;-tis,:WW't,i.VeAil.;00'4,' -::,,i'a,r4,C ', .:4i:$ii:: iii:-.:4i,,:ix:::k',::::':::''''11,:xs'''''s'''4:'::';''':::::''.'''''''''''''"' The general, Air Force ,deputy had been "refinement of ,,,: data" ,, -4, 4 ,, '' ''':. if .. '''''' 1.1'
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, ':;-:fs4r4'.Atitti:;:;;ePs0:1;Wa,57.:: ::'...', .V.,'''''ni r'-':.e.i: 4:41::?i:1:..:',.:,..-WeAtAriOT:':;:.'..-... e.41g : told the Aviation 'Writers Assn. the proJect. ;::' '-1 '',,,.." '-':,i''," All-imporianii--,,-'m4!; i,
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, -.:-pysvaqt,,zeoft,N4:.:,q,,s',::: ii:-,,i, '::;,(,'?,;3:v :, ,a,::.,:,:::imiAon:,.,:,:,:.:;;;:,.:,-,.:::. ,,,,.,,,,::: - that the "final obstacle" 'to de- Wilson.- described" toe -1-regment ..,,,, - ,,'- '..,,,..,,,,''-; ,;!,. 40.-H ,i;
said the Berlin .,..,..4.1.'s!ii.,44,s,sii.ii.ax:,4,vii,?:;!,,,,, ,,,,,:- NJ ;,r.,...::.,.,, '::'.....N.ii::. .:ini:4:;Mi.Wi:.::...;,:U,, r
4:i;.:.ii0i6t :'i ''.:- velopment 'of the plane ...,.. shield- as "very interested" in the ,pro- y
small but potent." ,,,,s,..fettOPrisras,s,:'':::,, ::':,,,...::., ::n: -,Al r. N,i?',N::siAMI!':::ai.i:,,,.?-,.,..;.$,:,.:i IAO.Ii''"''''':''''':'",': in the crew against radiation -ject, but said Eisenhower hes, in--.
e in the city, he r,,:,4:0q,:x5.:::.:,-?,, ,:,,,,,,,:,8,,,4 ,g.-, Sa s RidOitay -,-.--,,,siv!
mple evidence we astOME''':'''..:A,:': ., :',;;r'',:::XL,,-
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tacked' "short i cut" .'' solutions.16:Z
; divisions of more rni,'''.i,-; ::';:qw,10,Kiksi,,. ,,,: ::,M:::5.04..'::
, ... . national defense prOblems'4' an& '1 ,,
, men stationed in ..'',:FAt,:;:,,k ''''' 'N'000::iiiiP ,..?-:,t?,,xxm,:i::.,', .,, ,.,:-.,:',siimtiMiiiiiiiiM04,,Wiii:
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-..-:::simii:??:,:::,1:0::::,:a4iii:ANiigfti u dso All .11111', I said the decisive, robe? in luttit-0;,. ",:'.
East Germany. But !i$14,.q?' ori,:.W:''''''.''
01 ,Wars. will be played b'llbe'!:begoos' ,
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1 larceat allied wit" ,?0"iI'ill, :ii::.:':'i:"':,,t.t..1,0?r,?,:,,,v.:,WAlr..,s... i!i'',-,....:,i:.,:.::::. ta,MUMUM:Mi:ii.kin.:4:',''',5:',.
: Lommon Marl(et. lc figure- -of the: Individnal :fightidt : :,
and French troops &,4::''' s,;.,iktor,A,,:-0,::x:K.-ft,,,,-:m::,;:,,,,:. ,,,,,& o;:4:.s.'''s,:',,',',",,,,,:,z,::',1::. ,,:,, ,,:,,:::::'::,-, ,:',. '''','',::',:-zx,,,,-::nxx:,,,':',,,:,::,,,,,,,::',:,,,,: man on the ground." .: -', .4'.: 41)
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(Continued trent Page I) "The increases:, in eniployment In a speeelt -prepared for- degyz ..
cannot attack West Mittatatt:t':oi::,:kiNg-txiiiiiRiggi,:'''''''...;iii!Ntiit.:Wii:.. A :..1, iti:....,siiisii::.,,,:,,6,.,...;wi,iiisiiiiiiii.s:,: ,...,.,,.:....w
since July 1958 have been : 'about try at the -11111111111, tonvintiotirlot
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)ut starting a gen- 4"..,:t:,naii-,i:&"":'-'-? -'-,,:i,ii:ii:,.,..-....--:::':,-..,5.-::,,Mviii:3:,.... .,.:4i:::P.." ,,,o,..:- -... ,:.::...i. :,-: -..:,.:,'::":: v:,:'',iiva"i:.!ii":- :,,:,,,;:ii,,f,li:,:kg,K,,:::i,i0"4", cause Iconsomer prices have for as rapid ea the average rate of the Airborne 'Assn.; Of' Whiek lte,'.,.,
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garrison is part of .5;,:,t-4.1.1.$' ',Iilizo-,Aii.410.-s...),:i-,Kti::, :',I':''::;:'4':;4404.,.. ,-::;:,,':',,r' 1:4,.,:::.'.',..AittAftekLt.k:ri,::::.i...:S,,i4W. ily stablo, I Randall declared earlier post-war recessions. forces. are' the only,. forces which',
nan U.S. 7th army (Tr, WISK:441,13g' ',g:iF.;: '''-';'fn:::::ii,i''":'',4'' ,.':'.;,):;; :,,k,,,,...-.,,,,;':isoin:Mmiim,'.:''.,:.s.?,;,,,iii:am,,,' 'This increased eonsumPtion iS "Recovery from the' recent re- can 'establish :and:, maintain:-,"etint
1 West Germany. .,,,,, :INV Mipl:!:', ': '..:':.sl,'4:Nts. ,.:,ii7:fi;:.; ..., :: i,::,..:,,,:,:,:-..:...';;',4,,a,H,;-i.'s,:.'..,,,.,,,,,,4,,:--s;;i';''"":!!:;.:':'''''''''':'-;::i;:,:''' being spread among most of the cession, as in previous:cases, has trol of key.. land', ereas and their- -'
my is part of 21 We' VO:',,!'.:S...E;:,,..4'etrii:;:0.','4,t,N,...:...:-..'i:',:' t::4'-'k. ., ,?,,,,,,A,44,,,,,n:w- ...,:,,::,..,,,,,,,,,, ,::,::,:.,,,:,,,,, .,
:,' s-,:i,:;..:',,-,:,,:"...'::.'4:aiiiiM''''''.,.s.:::,:i:aVo., ....:, major consumer items. For ex- been. cnaracterited. by a substau- inhabitibt104,-..?,,,, ; ,-- ,,';,':":':
ions conunitted to rti.,......:g,,, :,:::i:i:,... ......,::Amii,$:!:::,:,.::':.'.::::.:7':-:.:.:-il:,Af.:- '4,Mkr,,,,,,, ,, 4.-,i'-',;. ,-.i.:::.;!...,,-':ii,:,,:::-:,,,:;41.,;,::s?smi.A.m.:R.,..,...:::.,::.s,,m-, ample, domestically-produeed au: tial improvement m the efficien- Ridgway:conceded Mat air-let,
n. EIZ; '',' .,:.::;.0-ANWE':::.-::,;:::.44,:.:,.. 'ft00, fl ZIla V:iiii:is:,,.:4,iagf?AI!1!rmi,.....:,,.,..:.,..?,4:,s:.:1 tomobiles have been selling -at cy of manufacturing maustries, support of 'groun:i forces is. essen.i;,- :
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nery Again x,...,01:.,:,,,a,.,:,::.:,.!,,i;i:iliiu,4i.;..,E,:!,,Ate,it:,.-:,,. 9v ,,,,,.. ,,,,:::,...,,....:f.::x,:::mii:ik,,,,i.,,,.,,),ti,,,:. above -the rate for 1958, despite "This improvement is 4 very groundfforces... :,',,'" ,7 --.",,:,T 0,
''''14!:::':':'....:..i',.';':;..,,S.''Sali:e'...,,,:n,:::.',.,',rt;,.s',....,:d;',f;' the heavy competition from im- largely the product of the heavy Speaking at- a'Anemorial tine 1
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,,,.:.,,,,,...,,,,,:.....,,::,,i,: the previous Ridgway said, -"Man has, yet -dtes.
cibulooPmmepnetriol4pinargticularly un du- conquer space. Ile mai sone rnitliiit, -.
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:::,,,ii,i,,:,:,,,, threocrperrr:::,,,ii,i,,:,:,,,, ....: rab,le goOds and industries. the first few venturesome flightt,' :.
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:'i..'::.i.:V',:i,4!m.:.,Eif"ii&i:iWin.,0.:Wi.:iga,i;ik''iMiiR--' vate domestic investm,ent; which
ment recovery results from the must ,quickly 're,
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I Viscount Montgom- tLinVanimmingiiie0.4imilo.:iii':inw' .,..ss,:,:::,,f.,,.i. $68.5 million, 11 percent higher time required to transfer ', labor feet ori solid earth again. .,,,-.0,-,,--
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' told the meeting. bale's' anrc'etedon thlaantd-nlin"da-.1thaatildthesklitt;
ght criticized Amer- 4':.s'igiiiim,?i:iioii,?,:s-,:',,,ii;:gnimia?,.ov;:ms!,,,...!,:,,--
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ianship again, but ".NO,Mai'M?s,i.gRgigi,,...:' .
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ite President Moose- ,; ,::wvs,:,:::
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