The Panama American

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

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:02919

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clay that although, Canal Zeno
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Donovan, had assured ibem that
thay could stop,anywhere along
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Navy Offier Plans

Oregon Farm Life 1
After Retirement

' Ending a 21-year career as a 1
Navy administrative officer, Et.
Cdr. Charles E. Daughity
launch a new eareer as a college
student 1,vlien be retires next
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At' 44, the 15th Naval District's
director of naval personnel piens
to,' study agriculture 'at Oregon
State. College in preparation for
'buying and Operating ,a farm.
'rhe tall, 'Iong-limbed 'mustang'
rfficer has picked Corvallis, Ore Oregon,'
gon,' Oregon,' as the place he, his wife Tess
and his 12-year-old daughter Mar Margaret
garet Margaret will make their home-stead.
They are scheduled to leave hy
MATS tomorrcrw.
When be retires in 3'ime,
Daughity- will close out a career
that helbeaan in 1938 as a "boot'
earning 1121 a month. Advancing
through the ranks, he rose to chief
yeoman in four years and to ett ettpiht
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:World War H. collecting battle
eters for tbe MidwaY, Salim and
Guam campaigns. In the Korean
conflict he headed 'the assignment
of Navy enlisted personnel under
Cemmander, Naval Fortes, Far
1 East.
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Illetween wars Daughity held
sttaff positions In the Bureau 'of
Naval Personnel and the Pents Pentsgon,
gon, Pentsgon, and beaded the Nevy's US USAPT
APT USAPT office in Hawaii.
In the, three' yearg he' held the
USAir! pot ,the commander was
credited with building student en enrollments
rollments enrollments from 900 to 4.000.
Originally from, Guynion, Olda.;
Illaughity h muster out of the
Wiry:with Abe. aanie-' itervice
cord "that received upon ,enliot ,enliotmenC
menC ,enliotmenC 21 years 10; ott.
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to enter the Aivo towns,
Transportation, Co. also has ,plac ,placeh
eh ,placeh four! buses -in competition 'with
them on the, highway route.- ''
The delegation.. whith visited
Driatman tins 'morning was com comprised
prised comprised 'of Horacio Marquinez,' Wil Wil1
1 Wil1 at Faulkner, Gorman Crichlow,,
Livingston MacFarlane and Juan
A. Delgado, president of the Pa Panama
nama Panama Chauffeurs Union,
According to sPokesmen for
the drivers, efforts te put their
case before' Castel ,,Zone Gov.
E. Potter have been un-
successful. -
' They said they had k requested
the governor t'o attend a meeting
last Friday at' the r'anamaForeign
Office, but 'Potter. sent word that thathesaw
hesaw thathesaw no reason for his presence.
at themeeting. since the 'matter.
was handled by the 'Civil 'Affairs
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By'2 Zone Copies

Ilis-wasdomestic relations day
at Balboa Magistrate's, Court as
two of the Jender sex each char.,-
ed their spouses with 'the, Unman Unman1,y
1,y Unman1,y act Of battery. ' :
In the .tase.of one couple the bus;
band was found 8111,4 and- Plac9d
on., probation,, Tbe4 case against a t
Year-old, American Marine
,poral, ,was; continued so Judge
Jonn E., Denting could studr thi
Matter further; ;
In the Drat' case Gerald Wilson
38, Panamanian, was charged "by
hiL wife ,Carmen with striking her
with' hie fist .and ptilling her heir
livtheir Gainboit' Aultiterk, Dem;
ing found-I 'the Ocmtrite,,' tushand
guilty, and placed' hint on his good
bebavipr,;. for' a period
year. ,
:. HoOrY' Hill 1'1;0 the')Mar-
''"im,-datendayit PanaMehilin PanaMehilin'
' PanaMehilin' wits Gladys thargodithat 'he had
.itri5k 'hoe ,during a', &militia i
'quarrel their ,,Cocoll hems'.
When' asked' aboUr other; nosh
Involvin. violonco, Mrs.' Hill. ye.'
' ennead a ries of alleged
rdonts',stratchincipack, mono than', 1
yaart.
After- her'. testinicai Hill tooli i
the Amid hiraiell tor give 'hill oWl
version of the faMily tiff. He' told
the cottrt thati,did "IttiAtl,' 'strike
Gladys Is' clainied,'-! but,' that'
she was the liggrenor, and he
hibited ',several ,Ascratches to stip stipport.
port. stipport. Ms contention., He' also Witt
ed that during the dispute,,involv
ing the rmaritetint!' allowance,;hie
wife, bad' tatted het teeth on hint;,:,t
IkpOitint -her
' end' child,- admitted AM wait so,:
but told 'Dimly. sho only did so
'by way 'of 'eyeteeth.
The judge saw-litto'ponder ),
problein another: day or twop
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rtue Ayertue opposite the U.S. Embassy today 'wit le a',fiveinan deletation aired 'their ,Proteet'Defore eMbassy',' officials 4naide. Me drivers are protesting what they
considerjuritair treatMent bY, the CanalZone, governmentovlileh has 'Darted the? jeoin, entering Paraiso: or Gamboa to take or leave passengers.

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- resuit- r 71 , odlin inJuries to children and in
- - lora. Enibisay offictali 'here today listened-to:Abe proteits -Of- t one of them a 10 year old Pa Past,
st, Past, group -,ot i:...artamalliall -bus drivers' Who- have' both bttrred WAoruP(144:var''11-117".!., nardaniln. 'boy was critic airy hurt
enteritite two. tantti Zotio Ortornistici,to:talte-tbsi,;Icaeo 01 'and t,remitineybiL,seriotitt-oond4too,
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'enterine twQ, Zotle:I4Lvms;:lbad' 01171148!Sct410;;Ie.0!'i',914':,":77. thi4ALtIlda,;:nighmtily 'atsilOition at,i,iontolkwiopittit
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..111 XT. 14m8gt afra Gill 4Intl heARiOlk 1 itheilCfnftiikt! eldwit VOnttlinlitlit049"M''r '''' 1'4 allID a a
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nd thveml,assit's ,laborlottidets ,Ispolestairk ePettailY' trv ifttitro Atitt, newsboi 'dr cbotivo,,i'litte4ptewlil,
for the' grou0 wore; toldAnat ,thektrabasti? 41,d'iluriacitti- urgle,.int.'Oniti,..deptitlm10,:41mor,',J100: "'rid with- vi g bu
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tiOnin- the Inetter,Tbut that Dustman Mid givOttriem akahawer' e4,s-9;' thg 'vehicle was ;approaching the.
trnOristiw theirirectuest to have-their,' prOteatjelayed 4.41:yzasn- !,14-11,13FR111, A 215tyl,; wait 1)ankVferry ;ramp.
, Tj, t ,;, aiver-fueerwalk.ralAaway..
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-.. ,:rhe drivers ,aret protestinrthe ruling Which, went into el ,pt
O'retrM fwhill islhe Publisher driver, told pohee he was moving
laet Saturday limiting entry to the tOVin Ot CkaltbOtAnd-PtrAl86): 01,Aberv'exice,tsity,., heWspaper sloWly when the youngster leaped
to,. buslb; bperated by the Gill Transportatinit.C6,,,
'''s, ':"., Novidedes opened' the ''foiir t'h. ontha rlght running -board. But a
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o enter' the 3ive tOwni, Ibly..'Gfli meetInCrol',the perMinent idireCtA' 'mement qater he lost his footing
L'ransportation, Co. also hat-plac inee0m,Mitteefof the Pan,;Anieri and ;fell fate doWnward into the
li four! buses -in competition,!with an ,fligaWarglin tr e a it a; ,by roadway.11,,The right rear wheel of
hem on the, highway route.- ."' Inaldng' ii "leirehlog tnalYsial of: the '15us -.,Passed over his left leg
The delegation.. wMth viited thented for cloiting. the last' major, end left tida.'.
Matzen tint' morning was Com- gap'in 'Abe hemispheric highway Takin 'Irr 'Wks car to Gor Gorwiirmt
wiirmt Gorwiirmt ,n1 Utirsoitt Marnitine.7. Wit. t'. ,,,. ., .' .. ''''t ,, ,, ,,,,., :goit-Hospitii, ,whera ha'wal ad
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u'rerrtir-sain: -Tit seems 111- nurTwo tdr
deedIncorigruous sind even and. Antonio was found to have suf
Americsin,4bet,i, fon the lack,,.of flood five broken ribs, a punctur..
S70.000,000 Ameriell should. as ,yet tult0,;,facial iocerations and
lailloalertvevthe eubstantiai divt.. broken front teeth.
dends to mbich,,, vhe is -entitled 'rhe boy lives at Chorrillo with
fromfberinvestment; actually the his father Beckford Rock, Pena Penaequivalent',of
equivalent',of Penaequivalent',of Anoopoopo has 111,, Mettint, who is unemployed.
ready'been'invested on the entire Doris Rios, 12 year old Pau Pauflan,
flan, Pauflan, Arriericat!, HighWay SySteM. MitelS11 living at Cocoli with her
,, uncle, Vrancis, Wodrazka, was
duSivelle''4'eezisideration alone saved from serious injury' yestcrwould-
'be- eneegh!te ,bring, up ..fto day by .a fast-acting motorist on
100' 'Ver.,cent, 'it, sacrifice that al- ,Bruje.,Road on ,tbe,West Bank.,
ready hes, beowinacie ln more than After alighting from a bus ntar
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crossing the road not noticing the
car approaching from the op opposite
posite opposite direcfion.
, At tho .tostAtiomorit the motet-.
.411i,;0414 Geriattit;
ClaytottestsotmOvill.hla born, tam tam'pod
'pod tam'pod ott his' took -and swerv swerved'
ed' swerved' to the' right in, an attempt to
aVold the child. 1
She was struck a glancing blow
with the side of the auto. A NaVy
ambulance took her to Gorges
Hospital, wirre she was' treated
for bruises and released.

Mrs. Knapp, Born
Eudocio Arias,

Dies In San Jose
Mrs. Eudocia Arias Knapp, a
member of a prominent Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian family, died in San Jose, Cos Costa
ta Costa Rica, last night following a long
Illness.
A -resident of Costa Rica for
some years, Mrs..Knapp is sur survived
vived survived by her son s Franklyn,
George and James, her brothers
Dr. Harmodio and Dr. Arnulfo A Arias,
rias, Arias, her sisters Mrs. Carmen A Arias
rias Arias Mcilvaine and Mrs. Josefita
Arias, and other relatives.
She was a resident of Gamboa
for several years.

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If every Latin American country is going to try to
produce more of what it now imports and at the same time!
raise the quantity of its 'basic export crops or raw mate-'
rials there will be no foreign markets for anybody, Cepa Cepadelegates
delegates Cepadelegates were told today.
The speaker was Mordecai Etekial, head of the eco-
nomics section' of the United Nations Food and Agricul Agricultural
tural Agricultural Organization.
He spoke to the Committee on Economic Devehip Devehipment
ment Devehipment in 'respOnse to an outline picture presented by thi,
secretariat. Three other committees also meet today.'
Yesterday .some 300 delegates, observers, UN OK.
dais, and members of the secretariat, some accompanied
by their wives, enjoyed, partial transit of the Panama Ca--
not. Aboard the ferry Presidente Porras, they were locked
through at Pedro Miguele, then transited Gaillard Cut
where they saw the. new,work of widening the channel in
the Contractors Hill'orea.

Four working conimittees were'
formally established when, to today's
day's today's Cepa' session ope A e d.
Those ori Economic Develop Development
ment Development and General ilitheaa met
this morning. e'
ititernA9134ettlei, Trade
Canntritteery FhlebV,dterpentied
seasiont last week, '1,whenAhd
main UX Ecenomic..CornmisSion
for Latin Americktonvened, re resumes
sumes resumes its disCuastbnChiel sub subject
ject subject before it's ista resolution
being pushed bf Mexico and
Cuba. It calli tor appOintment
of a subcommittee of Latin
American government experts
to draft an agreement on the
common .market.
The COMMIttee on -Economic
Sectors alSo' Meets this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Agricultural problems are
Its thief topic today.
Pr2sioing 'at today's sessions
on Econetrile Development was
Jose Maria Castillo, ,chiel dele delegate
gate delegate of Nicaragua.
The results of secretariat
studies were presented by Jor Jorge
ge Jorge Ahumada
He aireaSecl. that Latin
American development de depends
pends depends heavily on external fin financing,
ancing, financing, and on, exports. He
mentioned. the region's seri serious
ous serious monetarr Imhalatioes and
noted there hid beeriTe slump
in agricultural, produCtion in
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'''IPART 'or 'rid ,CROVirtvbt nearlor,3001:1elegster and nthers ediending the Cepal conference in Panama artt shdwn on the
rloret'Locks -where they,were "welbomed, by CilovAr. r.',Potter before a partial, transit of the Canal yesterday. The group board boarded,the,
ed,the, boarded,the, ferryboat, presidente' Pones ,in 'the bpPer chamber' of Mi ratite Locks and made a trio through Pedro Miguel books and
Cut!,;The grOuP shown tia4his picture:Is' a part, Ot, the overflow, from the visitor grandstand ga z the lock wall, ,,
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4, I Each country, he counseled,
, should take a longterm look at
; its own domestic potentials,
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He noted that in the Post
World War II period the income
of the higher income groups ,in
most countries went up, in4h
more rapidly thart did thatof
the lower-income seetora Of
.i'Matrf ,'"IrOernrnlanta tiler a
flexible' tax policy. Many,' hid
teen found control and in 111,,
pervisiortof public funds.
He called for it realistk ap appraisal
praisal appraisal of bow much develop.
'tient Latin America can,,,,ex can,,,,expee&
pee& can,,,,expee& Also for financial pre precautions.
cautions. precautions. !But be noted ,that
meat nation' which wished to
grow economically would need
to reduce their "import cod cod'Went."
'Went." cod'Went." It was apparently in response
to the idea of the general desk.
ability of producing domestie
needs to cut imports while stim stimulating
ulating stimulating production for export
that FAO economist Ezekiel
sounded his warning.
Ezekial also outlined that ag agriculture
riculture agriculture in the more develop developed
ed developed coUntries has been developed
interviveiy since World War
Productivity per acre, per
man and per head of live livestock
stock livestock has been raised by ay.'
plication of 'scientific meth methods.
ods. methods. Hence these countries
need to import less from un undeveloped
developed undeveloped countries. This is
particularly true of Temperate
Zone products.
He also observed that Latin
America was doing much less
proportionately to increase ag agricultural
ricultural agricultural productivity.
In Latin America govern government
ment government expenditure for such ag agricultural
ricultural agricultural aids aS exten sion
work, research and technical
education runs to only from 1
to 3 of the budget. Developed
countries are spending from 5
to 15, even though agriculture
weighs less heavily in their
economy.

LONDON, May 18 (UPI) The
German command knew of the
Normandy landing in World War
II two days before the Allied ar armies
mies armies embarked for the croak.
channel invasion, a British author
says in a new book that Will be
published later thin year.
The book,. "The Longest DaY,4
was written by Cornelius' Ryan,
a war correspondent lor the Le&
don "Daily Telegraph,",, who3ov
ered the landing.

German Command
16,1evr Allied Plans
On Ifirmandy Attack

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Ryan, says a warning to esOect
invasioh "within 48 boura's was
flashed to air German Army cont.
mantis but for some reason Abe
Seventh Army in Normandy turfs
er did go on the alert.
According to Ryan other, Ger.
man Army commands were aim'.
larly umimpressed-with the alert
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114" "0 nielived Wein lly end ere handled in a wholly confklential
stionner.
If yen contribute o Whir shoal impatient if it dmon't appear the
tient day. Letters ore published in the order received.
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The world is lull of wonders
That never seem to cease
While civilized men are fighting
The savages are at peace.
The above ditty was written during World War II by some somebc;dy
bc;dy somebc;dy or other. While the leading civilized nations of the world
- Were pulverizing each other with bazookas,V-2 rockets, atom bombs,
and what not, savages the world over had laid down their spears,
bow and arrows and blowguns, and knocked off from clawing the,
- daylights out of their adversaries. The savages must have been
ashamed that their efforts at dishing out slaugl3ter and may may:
: may: hem were so far outclassed by the civilized gentry, that they just
decided to withdraw from coMpetition.
' Now wonders are continuing. A well-known operator of ,a
popular eatery dismissed one of his oldest and most trusted em
ployes because (as I got it from another employe) the fellow 'Who
Was fired was too educated to continue in the boss's employ.
Seems the man could do things with the English language that
the boss couldn't, which madeihim jealous enough to discharge
him.
'This is a first hand example of Deep South bigotry. Since I
am not an advocater outhis sort of thing, and am in the eating
business myttelf, I don't think I will continue to visit the place.
An educated bartender is a rarity in Paten and any employer
who has one should do his darnest to keep him. Besides, the fel fellow
low fellow is one of the best bartenders on the Isthmus.
Should the day ever arrive when I would fire an employe of
Mine because he is too educated, I'd ask to be put in a nut nuthouse
house nuthouse for keeps. Sane people just don't do that sort of thing.
Fair Play.
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PARENTS' EYEOPENER

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POOPED prLoTs
Sir:
I see by the papers that there are 54 jobs available In the
Canal Zone. Reading down the list, I find they have failed to
advertise for pilots. It certainly le nice of them not to do this
because we sure can make a lot of money in overtime until we
die. Then we can afford the largest and best tombstone in the
cemetery.
Well they had better hire some 25 new men for the pilot
force and get them here within the next two weeks. If not they
will need 50. Two weeks is the length of time that I give some
25 worn out men to last.
Leader of Pooped Pilots Assn.
--
HEAVY LIGHT SILLS
Sir:
This is my personal opinion of the continuous practice of the
Light Company of this Republic due to non payment of their
light bill. As I see it, is unfair, because of these considerations:
In the beginning, God made the heavens and the world.
After making an inspection of his creation, he show thatthere
was something missing. That was light. Then he went into action,
saying "Let there be Light," and the light came.
If there were no sun, there would be no electricity.
What bill is the light company paying to the sun for its rays?
The truth is. none.
Under these conditions, I shall quote God's written words:
"Be ye kind and tendenhearted and or one to another."
Now place yourself in the poor man's position. Then you would
reach to this decision: "Do ye unto others as you would like them
to do unto you."
I am not a booster, but of the truth, not a fighter but a
lover, as it is written: "For God so loved the world that he gave
his only begotten Son that whosoever believeth in him shall not
perish, but have ever lasting life." (John 3:16).
So as spiritual light is necessary, the same is true of material
light I do not feel within the frame of my mind that anyone
would be deliberatly not pay his light bill. Certain elements exist
at times that cause these payments to be delayed. I feel more con consideration
sideration consideration should be given.
For example, a person would be meeting his obligations over
a period of a year, paying his light bill. And then the time comes
that he is unable to meet his payment tor a period of three
Months Out goes his light (material).
' Over the long period, a year's payment, returned to the com company's
pany's company's financial account as net gain) should be considered.
Here la another example: suppose the mass of people should
go into opposition against the present system of light presents.
,tion, by tutting off the power and they ehould revert to tht Pri Primitive
mitive Primitive way of living, where would the light company stand?
Thee are thoughts to put into operation for the company
to be more reasonable with its light facility where the poor man
is Concerned.
TWA's R. J111111111011

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SY ROSIST C. MASK'.
In a series of unreported, pri private,
vate, private, invitation brealuasts.
hcum's international mus musctegoou
ctegoou musctegoou of Teamsters has- been
scrambling eggs, buttering up
scores o& Congressmen anti mob mobmg
mg mobmg .hasn of reformers' efforts to
push through an anti-racketeering
law this session.
Recent exposures of mob in infiltratmn
filtratmn infiltratmn into the -Teamsters .U.
nion and sharp public criticism of
Hoff& have not kept important
memaers of the Rouse of flepre flepresentativcs
sentativcs flepresentativcs from these breakfasts
- Waahington's Congressional
Hotel near the Capitol
Typical is the most recent morn morning
ing morning bread-breaking. At the iii iiivitation
vitation iiivitation of Both and his closest
aides, at 'Parc 12 New York Con Congressmbi
gressmbi Congressmbi fraternized, spoke and
listened to spokesmen for, a large
delegation of New York Tearnatez
leaders last Tuesday. Thv labor
men were led by Hoffa's mtimate
friend, Teamster vice president
John O'Rourke.
Some people have difficulty get getting
ting getting Congressmen up in the morn morning.
ing. morning. But not the Teamsters.
The Representatives were not cmly
awake, but voluble. One was none
other than Brooklyn's Emanuel
Cella He heads the powerful
House Judiciary Committee which
helps make the laws' of the land.
There he wes in front of a grape grapefruit
fruit grapefruit saying that be agree' with
the Teamsters that there are bad
features in the bill passed on to
the House by the Senate.
For 15 minutes Rep. Celler said
that there should not be a ban on
what is sometimes referred to as
"blackmail picketing." He thinks
that the Kennedy Bill gives too
much power to the U.S. Secretary
of Libor. The reform bill hands the
cabinet member the power of sub subpena
pena subpena the right to look at the
books of unions he believes have
filed false data. Mr. Celler said
that this puts the government far
too far into union affairs.
The impression his listenere got
was that he would probably' vote
against the bill This sessin pret pretty
ty pretty much runs the course for pre previous
vious previous breakfasts. Not too long
ago, the California( Teamsters ask asked
ed asked their Congressional delegation
to split toast with them.
The California solons arrived.
The Teamsters were not ready.
The members of the Cong,ress of
U.S., including Reis. James Roose Roosevelt,
velt, Roosevelt, waited patiently for 20 mi mimites.
mites. mimites. This is all part of Hoffa's pri private
vate private kampf against the first anti antirackateering
rackateering antirackateering bill in yesrs which
has had sny chance of passinc.1
About once a week Hoffa calls in
Teamster officials from a parti particular
cular particular state. Many of these of officers
ficers officers have been under heavy cri criticism
ticism criticism by the McClelland Com Committee.
mittee. Committee. 1
They gather inl -the Teamster'
headquarters of an evening. There
they are briefed by Hoffe's coun counsel.
sel. counsel. They are told that the reform
bill is bad and means jail and
that no union can be run under its
restrictions.
The next morning the same
group of men meets at breakfast
in the Congressional Hotel with
the legislators from their home
state. At the coffee sipping, the
Teamster propaganda drive shifts
into different gear. Usually their
lobbyist,' Sam Zagri of St. Louis,
talks to the Congressmen for about
40 minutes. He says that the Tsm Tsmsters
sters Tsmsters are sgainst corruption. They
want a law, but
They the Congressmen reply.
Most of them are friendly.
Word seeping out of these early earlybird
bird earlybird briefings reveals Met- net
once has a Congressman taken the
breakfast opportunity to eriticise
Hotta or his' colleagues.' And visit visitors
ors visitors have been on a first nine bi biSAS
SAS biSAS and binartisan.
Until this report. none of the
Congressmen has issued e state

DAILY
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Spisseeel Church lo the Mamie.
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Aets 1:11
POW1R MN ON NISH
''Ye shall receive power, after
that the Holy Ghost is come upon
yru."
Wind and fire were manifesta manifestations
tions manifestations of the Holy Ghost at Pante Pantecost,
cost, Pantecost, but the real proofs of the
powet that possessed this boby of
people were Peter's sermon and the
subsequent acts of the Apostles.
After Pentecost, they were the
same Apostles, but empowered by
God. All their individual persona personality
lity personality remained, but having received
the Holy Ghost they became new
men, capable, literally, of miracles.
When we feel well we say we
feel "like a new man," but we only
miean the old one restored. We
!speak of the new num of our age,
but men are basically the same as
, they have always been, and there
are no new men except those
who have boon made now by, the
Holy Ghost.
After Pentecost the Apostles
were radiantly alive, the kind of
people who makti others seem
shallow and futile in compartion.
We can have that life.
"Send, we beseech thee, Al Almighty
mighty Almighty God, thy Holy Spirit into
our hearts, that iie may direct and
rule us according to thv
comfort us in ii nitnna,
defend us from 1, and 'earl
us into all truth; t..
Christ our !Ark, who with
tho lime Holy Spirit liveth
reigneh, one God, world
out end." Amen.

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IllOADWAY SPOOK

There is a ghost that drifts along
the Stem
From S9th to and Street,.
He sometimes hails a hack at 2
A.M.,
To wander on the Greenwich Vil Village
lage Village beat;
The mood -he's in determines
where he'll go,
And frequentlyit's only to con.
fuse.
As when he found himself on old
Park Row,
Disturbed that no one there was
spawning news.
He haunts the lobbies where the
shows are hot,
To mix unseen at intermissiin
time,
with famous names and others
that are not,
Th way he did when he was in
his prime.
leave at dawn, no matter whom
mY host,
In time tn gather news here
on the Coast.
Guy Pewter, &treks, Cal

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Ce tells About Town: Johnnie
Ray obliqint with his autotraoh
at tile St. Writs corner. Thence
to Nashville to record some tear tearjierkers.
jierkers. tearjierkers. Joeuis Prima Milne
aiong "smart" Centr al Park
Son'h toots, in his Las Vette!
rags. Goodman stroilio
in the noir nslit the zoo with
her slate. Tier "mink" is a black
tsather coy'. .Trnman Cepote.
in s nair of Jowls and a best un
oweater, at meninnist yway
lAnnellino An s burfar. Clsire
lloom "Rashomen" being tuY
Esti sto gth Avenue by her Fresseh
eloottle. oblivion, to the tart that
hr snietreas is a Stsr. Chtso
Men 'Floyd Itat'ettson lo the
Ilroadwsv ehroot pin pol;nery
is a red beret. Me William

meat. Nor has any been deterred
by the tact that Ile SUMO!' has
agreed to sit it on the talks, which
Hotta will continue to call, state
by state. right up to the minute
the House votes.
Soo Perie Mesta's social set had
better look to it. Atter all. Hoff
is the host with the roost. 1

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14 Wing-shaped
15 Chewing
16 Dislikes
11 Realms
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24 Apple center
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31 Famous
English school
31 Son of Seth
40 -- and
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Hoidens acknoylidgings nods of
recognition along Sth Avenue.
Ernest Borgnine shooting Mahat Mahattan
tan Mahattan street scenes for "Man On A
String" while his betrothed, ac actresx
tresx actresx Katv Jursdo, watches .from
a wheelchair.

Midtown Vignette: They say it
happened so quicklyfew dug it.
Ma scene was the and Street
corner and .5th near the Record
Hunter. .A well-'ogged man
(tweeds, homburg, stickpin and
cane) leaned over a blind man,
sitting on a chair, with dog along alongside.
side. alongside. without saying a word the
stranger filled the blind m a n's
cup with a wad of currency--
then disappeared in the crowd of
pedts'rians. ; Nobody knew him.
.But when -the corner news
vendor was told about it, he re remember&
member& remember& .110Me said he was the
mendicant. also blind at the time,
who solicited alms on the same
corner 3 years ago.

Memos of a Midnighter: Mrs.1
Rex Harrison's sis'er Kim Ken-',
chill and socie y's George Baker,,
Jr. have changed their minds. .1
:That pretty person helping,
Gabby Hayes celebrate 'his 74th
birthday at the Copa was 19-,
year-old thrush Arlene Fontana.
Courtesy of Danny Stradella (den (denny's
ny's (denny's Hide,away prop.). Min Mins
s Mins on-Salem beauty queen Beckis
Batchelor (hatchick at the Spin Spindletop)
dletop) Spindletop) returned the ring to mu mubuzz
buzz mubuzz persists that Barbara Hut Hutton
ton Hutton IN in Cuernavaca, Mexico,
bitvinq it unll'ehed quietlY.
The Roger Williams (he's the
swelegant recording pianist) in increase
crease increase the Mom-and-Fopulation
the Fall. .Popular host Joe
King (King's Rathskeller) is at
N. Y. Hospital for 01. 3rd time
bravely fighting the Big "C".
Sounel-alikea: Cathy Oarr's new
hit disc, "Goodbye Jimmy Good Goodbye."
bye." Goodbye." and Cole Forter't famed
click, "Why Din't You Behave?"
from his "Kin 'Me Kate" score.

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Alt 0 r ( ere's ineoamt reacaeivedn byttheertSneungelet iStaatte anDe
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yeart Teller has Amen receiving replied reasNuringly: "The situa situafeels
feels situafeels from private industry. These tion is dormant.' (At that ti.na
ed the Latin Quatter's offer of flea ran as high as $25,000 from Javaders were on their way to
$45,000 for.2 weeks Iwith WY 21Generai Dynamics in one year, 'Panama.). .Eisenhower has a aperfs
perfs aperfs a night) to play the Copats S22,000 from General Dynamics ,bout given up hope that the Rus Rus3
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stud3ring acting-. Jack Kelly,
who bills his new group as The
Hottest Unknown Trio in show
bis. .Phil Moore, who has a spe
cially made portable piano
which he carts when he leaves
Manhattan. It weighs 84 lbs.
Alfred Hitchcock, the Boogeyman
and Houtster, .who has a letter letteropener
opener letteropener dipped ip red paint to
look like Wild. .sOne of New
York's top book publishers, a fe female,
male, female, who wears specially tailor tailored
ed tailored men's apparel. .Nathan's, at
Coney Island. world's leading
hot doggery, sells 7 million a
year. But seems Burgess Mere Meredith
dith Meredith and Farley Granger motor
Owe- 6feasi 0111 frog's, legs.,

It over, near. Really thought it
out. May we're both rushing into
something we don't know any anything
thing anything about". ...Look, I know
you're in a jam but I just don't
haveAtt I know you got me out
of a hole once and bleev me,
will never forget it. Oh, for goi-i
sakes, don't break up on met I
simply haven't got It! If I had it
wouldn't I give it to you? Hear,.
hello! Are ycu there? Hello. ," 1
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The Big-Time; The movie," A Aparailto,"
parailto," Aparailto," at the 5th Avenue Ci Cinema.
nema. Cinema. ."The Liale World 0,
Stanton Delaplane" to be un unveiteo
veiteo unveiteo by Coward-McCann on the
25th. ...Sight and 'neigh." by
Alexander Eliot, an exeitmg book
abou, art. Publisbad by oicDo oicDowell.
well. oicDowell. ()Wonky, Inc. .E ddie
Heywood's piano-doodling via his
RCA Album. Includes hie, mem memorable
orable memorable "Canadian Sunset.' i
"Stardust" instrumental is a clas classic.
sic. classic. .Carol Burnett's show-stopping
at "Once Upon at Mattress."

Stage Door: Denise Mc Legion,
a show-gel in "Gypsy," is niece
of Victor McLaglen, who gave so
much enjoyment on the screen.
She's a 8 tooter like her Uncle.
.Unluckiest Chap of the Week:
Ernie Adler, who styles the stars'
tresses hi the shows. Preparing
to go abroad he took a typhoid
shot tnd got tipholdt. The y
are talking about raising theatre
ticket prices for next season.
Melvin Stewart, who starred in
Langs.oh Hughes' show, "Simply
Heavenly," le between shows
clerking in a local record shop.
, ."The Whisk Man" will earn at
least a million $ (profit) during
1959 from its Broadway asd Chi
eago troupes. .Iticky Nelson,
at 18, already is the father of six
Gold records. Platters that sold
a million copies...Fred Astraire's
new book has 110.000 words.
Current gag, in Sardi's That, if
"My Fair Lady" (which playi
rates plan producing in Russia)
is. a big hit over there, Sol Hurok
will bring it to ,the Mit.
,
-Sounds ht' the Night: At the
Raintrot: "The only thing easy
labout success is knicking it".
At Lindy's: "That ham married
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killed yesterday when a gasoline.
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Harbor, police reported. 'Austral.
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said the 200-ten Busama blew up
shortly after arriving in Wewak.
The ship was carrYing some IMO
gallons of gasoline and other
fuels. names from the feel eov.
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usual that a, Congressional cons- hit apparent friendship ,witn tits titsmime
mime titsmime gives a witness the aid- eral' Dynamics., Ile boasted that,
gioveh treatment.. .And (it yes bet had put -,, General ,', DynaMice
both, interesting end unusual 'Oat and the Tease Atomic -- Energy
the Senate Interstate iv Commem, Research Foundation together An
Committee let Dr.- Edward Tell- a '$10,000,000 thermonuclear re reer,
er, reer, senii-father::of the --II-bomb, search prograni. ", s
set his 'own-terma'fos ',testifying ui brought the l'exaS'''group
the other day. and General Dynamics tOgeiher
Teller opecified, in-advance that in this matter,' he disclosed- hi.
he would testify ,at, n end Congressmen. I produced ,--Tpromust
leave at 1, then duce' is too strong a word-4
made a stetement in defenie of suggested thii arrangement."
the confirmation, of Adm. Lewis Note 1One reason for. ,the
Strauss at i-, Secretary,' of ,Com- tremendous- cdst of the U.S. de!
merce, after almost no lenge program according to Con-,
cross-examination,' departed. gressmao Carl'Vinson el Georgia,
Ir the Senators had been less chairman t'of the House Armed
worshipful 'of Teller they might Services Committee, is the let,-
have .discoverpd, some interesting ting 'of government e ont re t
fact. The most-Anteresting is that witoout competitive bidding, some somehe
he somehe occupies,. a rather -vague -sta. times alio isecause exlovernment
tus with the .government and the officials, hired by- private indus
University oUCalifornia so that try, help influence the contract&
he Can liMnItanannali sicept re-, So far; senators,examining' ,the
tallier' el $1000 a day an a conStrause record, haven't bad- time
including General Dynamics. to dig into his relations with ,Gelp
In the .of Who's eraL Dynamics. And partly, be beWho,
Who, beWho, Teller lists himself as with CA1130 Strauss friends have been
the, government's' Livermore Lab- ilemanding a speed-up ,ctV the
oratory, which is, 'located at the bearingS, they passed up' an tip
University of California. Yet an portunit to cross-examine Teller.
inquiry at the Atomic Energy Note 2Teller admitted at the
commission in waahington, which Senate hearing that Dr. Stan
is in eharge of the Livermore Lim, a Los Alamos physicist, st!.
Laboratory, this yeek brought so had been an important factor
the information that Teller was in developing the H-bomb. Teller
no longer with the government, has frequently been called the
but with the University of Calif- -"Father of The H-Bom, but ill illornia.
ornia. illornia. lams name appears first on the
An 'AEC spokesman explained patent.
that this severance from the gov government
ernment government had been arranged so CAPITAL CHAFF
TeUer could avoid any conflict of
interest in taking fees from pri Two weeks before the Plinanit
vete industry. invasion, the House Merchant
However, a summary of Tell- Marine Committee asked the
er's income received by the Senee,State Department about repine
ctipmittee as afterthought Ithat an invasion force wm pre

WHO WORKS FOR WHOM?
Significintly, Cenral Dynamics
Corporation has received one
contract from the AEC to build
a gr4s-cooted atomic reactor and
is about to receive another. The
firm has hired Dr. Frederic de
Hoffmann, Teller's long time
close associale. and put him in
charge of gas-cooled reactors.
It has also hired C. Arthur Ito Itolender,
lender, Itolender, the attorney by Strauss
in Ihe purge trial of Dr. Robert
Oppenheimer. Rolander is now
Washington attorney for General
Dynamic',
The big G.P RA Lebo hir hired
ed hired Everett Hollis, former public
relation' man fOr Straush.
This make! an interesting int intt?rn
t?rn intt?rn of people who have woried
for the Atomie Energy Commis Commisbut
but Commisbut who now work for General
Dynamics. The list is topped off

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Dynamics. The list is topped off
knew a backer". ."I've thought Teller who has aU the atomic
know-how of the government. at
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his fingertips, and who now
earns private consultant fie es
from Gsneral Dynamics. Yet
until recently he listed himself
as employed by the government'
Livermore Laboratory of the U University
niversity University of California.
Just where Teller's public in interest
terest interest ends and his private inter interest
est interest begins seems difficult to as ascertain,
certain, ascertain, and repeated phone calls
ty this column both to him and
to de Hoffmann of General Dyna Dynamic.;
mic.; Dynamic.; failed to get anexplanation.
They were not available for com comment.
ment. comment. STRAUSS IN SACKGROUND

Over this dovetailing of Gen,r Gen,ral
al Gen,ral Dynamics with former offi officials
cials officials of the Atomie Energy Com Commission
mission Commission stands the figure of
Straush.
Not only viere his friends hir hired
ed hired by General Dynamics, not
only did its adviser. Teller, make
special trio to Washington tes testify
tify testify for Strauss, but the admiral
nnee 'Omitted pulling wires for
General Dynamics.
In a Feb. 19, 1951, Congtes1

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thkt the Russians are telling tho
trait when they say the bodies
were never recovered. With
the Democrats now planning for
the 1960 presidential campaign,
'they still owe half a million on
the campaign to elect Stevenson
in 1956.

JAPS TO PAYOFF
TOKYO (UPI) The Foreign
Office announced yesterday that
Japan had agreed to deliver $270,
800,000 worth of goods and serv services
ices services to the Philippines during the
third year of.the war reparations
program ending in July.
Announcement of the agreement
reached, May 8 ended mantha ,01,-,
negotiations of Ow reparations de
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AWARDS WINNERSCollecting 10-year free-accident awards
are Navy supervisors Anthony Falls, lett, andJerold Fisher,
'who WW1 citations for registering 10 years of supervision with without
out without a lost-time accident to themselves br their emplOyes in their
respective shops in-the Rodman Naval Station 'Transportation
Divieion. Capt. Kenneth W. Hines, right, made the presenta presentations.
tions. presentations. Rodman's Commanding officer also awarded certificates
to more than 150 other Navy civilians at the station's annual
awards presentations.

News Correspondent Novin's Charges

On Cuba, Communisin Get TV Reply

'NEW YORK (UPI) 'rhree offi officials
cials officials of the Cuban government
and An AMeriCan congressman
yesterday denounced charges that
Cuba was becoming a totalitarian
dictatorship and a Communist
beachhead in the Caribbean.
The charges against the revolu revolutionary
tionary revolutionary regime of Fidel Casty o
'were made two Weeks ago by
Stuart Novins, Coluinbia Broad Broadcasting
casting Broadcasting System news correspond correspondent,
ent, correspondent, who had spent two months in
, Chba.
They Were 'answered yestercia
on CBS-TV by Dr. Ernesto ON ONgo,
go, ONgo, Cuban ambassador to' UTE U.,
nited States; Dr. Manuel Bisbe,
C'uban anibassador tit- United
Nations.; Carlos At -Lechuga, al
ternate reriresentativd. of' Cuba to
the U.N.; and Rep. Charles O.
Porter (10-Ore.),
Novins and Leo Cherne, 'director
of the Research Institute of Amer America,
ica, America, also Were narticipants on the
Sb-minutt-'15rogrittri," '"'
Lechdit said Ctibi' wai
becoming one of the most' solid
;democracies of the hemisphere.
He said Novine; erred when he
said Cubans could not express op opEosition
Eosition opEosition to the government in pub
It is not true that 475 large bus busblesses
blesses busblesses have. been- interviewed. by
the governnaent on eonomic or
political grotinds,"' he said..
Bisbe said Castro had explained
clearly during -his trip' to the U.S.
the dernocratic position of the Cu Cuban
ban Cuban governinent and "dispelled
s.wFral false statements and rum.
ors about the influence of Commu Communism
nism Communism in the present Cuban move movement.
ment. movement. "Of course, there are Commu Communists
nists Communists in Cuba;' but there are also
Commtinists in this country; n4v--
ertheless, because of this, Mr.
Novins will nt call Red the goy goy?
? goy? ernment of the. United Stites.
Mr. NOVinS can not prove what
he saYs."
Dihigo said' that Novina had not'
only pres7ited Cuban labor leader
David Sa vador as a Communist
but implied falsely that he had
control of all union workers. in
Cuba.
. Novins 'noted that he had never
said that the Cuban government
was Communist.
Porter said' he did not believe
that the Cuban government was a
'' totalitarian dictatorship, or that
Castro and his top leaders were
Communists.
"They speak out against ,Com ,Communism,
munism, ,Communism, Communist 'elictators,'
said Porter. "Thirdly, -Cubans can
criticize withOut reprisal,'"
Porter said that Jules. DuBois,

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Mosquitoes .Might,
Be Eliminate!! With
hisedidde Fifid

WASHINGTON (UPI)--Thi end
1r of pesky mosquitoes msy be in
th- bag, the Public Health Serv Servrot
rot Servrot ice reported today,.
Four government scientists told
r In the service's monthry journal
hqw they discovered Accidentally
that household mosquitoes could
be killed "without fuss and 'with
little expense', simply by keying
a ,bag of insecticide in the room
with tikem.
The bag doesn't even have to
be open. The fumes .get them.
The scientists, who work at the
service's Savannah, Ga., Commit Commit.
. Commit. ni.cable Disease Center, exolained
how 'they "yirtually stumbled" on
thp discovery when they left a
closed bag of insecticide overnight
in' a large laboratory where adult
mOsquitoes were kept for testing.
In the morning most of the
mosquitoes were dead. ',Eiperi ',Eiperiments'lndiciated,
ments'lndiciated, ',Eiperiments'lndiciated, that fumes from'
Initectieldes killed mosquitoes even
when the chemicals were put in
a ..nlastic-lined paper hag. The
method' worked even in wellventi wellventilated
lated wellventilated rooms, the scientists re,
N ; ported. 1
, They found that malathion and
DDVP. used separately or mixed,
were. the most effective insectle
, cides.

head of the Committee on Free Freedom
dom Freedom of the Press .of the Inter InterAmerican
American InterAmerican Press Assn.. had found
"many errors' in Novins' broad broadcast.
cast. broadcast. I said he considered DuBois,
Cuban correspondent for the- Chi Chicago
cago Chicago Trib tine, the best authority
on freedom of the press in Latin
America, and that Dul3ois had
stated that there was freedom of
the press today in Cuba." :
Novins pointed out that on ,May
5 Porter had said on the floor of
'the House 'that he 'believed Novins
had made an '"honest, tonscien tonscientibus".
tibus". tonscientibus". report on the Cuban 'situa 'situation,
tion, 'situation, 1-1,,e quoted Porter as saying
further that "Novins' 'report, on
the whole, intelligent, 'factual and
sincere, is, I bone, going to help
in the process of cleaning up the
situation.'
Porter replied that he had pade
the statement before he had heard
'rpm DuBois and other ;persons.

British Sunbather
Reveals Bare Facts
To Flying Peeper's

MAIDSTONE, England (IND--
Attractive. Mrs. Jeanne 13 aket:
comolainel today that she was
being pestered by airborne Peep Peepind
ind Peepind Toms.
'Mrs. Baker said she was sun sunbothing
bothing sunbothing in the nude in her garden
when a Royal Air Force plane ap appeared
peared appeared overhead.
After flying over her home, she
said, the pilot started circling and
drooped lower on each circuit.
"Finally he just mqnaged ;c
skim over the roof," Mrs. Baker
said. "The Olane.,was so lOw I
could see the pilot grinning."
Mrs. Baker gaid thskt shortly aft after
er after the plane-slew Off a helicopter
look its place
"It hovered 40 feet abo4 the
garden." she said, "That pilot
was grirtning too. It was too.much.
I ran inside."
An Air Ministry official said.
."we take a very serious view. of
low flying."

4-Month Clinic
On Investments
Planned At JAB
A four rnonthl "Divestment Cli Clinic"
nic" Clinic" .is being planned at the USO USOJ:WB
J:WB USOJ:WB Armed Forces $ervice Cen Center
ter Center Balboa.
2.This weekly clinic will be open
to all servicenisn, their families
and the general public of Pana Panama
ma Panama and theXanal,Zone wilt be
given, without tharge,, by a local
representative of e well known
New York brokerage, firm.
Additional informition concern concerning
ing concerning this program will be forth forthcoming
coming forthcoming at a later date, but in
the, meantime, the US0-.11VB is
taking preliminary registrations
to ascertain the ineterest in .this
proposed project.
t)ersons who wettld like to
share in this, Clitire-please call
Balbok 1072. Pr tall personally at
the'AlSO-JWB Arnied forces
Service Center in Balboa.

Vacation Color
Films To Be..
Shown At YMCA'

The second program in the cur.
rent "Adventuring in Vacation Vacationland"
land" Vacationland" series at the Balboa UMCA-'
USO will take place tomorrow at
7:30 p.m.
"Okefenokee t Interlude," the
first of two color film to be
shown, is the story el An salve,
ture 40 the, beaten path.A A boat
tril0 Ahrough ',the Okefenokee
swamp tith its ivildlife and incom.
parable aerenitrood beatitY
The second' film, "SOuthern
Ilighlanders,P, about the Great,
Smoky Mountains, ls a warm inti intimate
mate intimate story,of the folklore and' tra.,
dition of sturdy people.
These, progreme are Open' to tie
public free of charge.
.

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,.:Negro Leailer, Lashes
For leactioll To rkidnapstyncling
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; JACKSON, -- Ne Negro
gro Negro leader Roy. Wilkins said
Yesterday' the 'most:significant as aspect.
pect. aspect. of therecent lynching of Ne Negro
gro Negro Tape. suspect Mack .Cbar
Pirker :was- "the horrible revola--
tions about -Mississippi." -
Wilkins, -executive 'of 'the- Na-.
tional Association for the Advance Advancement
ment Advancement 'of Cared people, ad ad,dressed
,dressed ad,dressed a' state-wide NAACP rally
in observance of the fifth anm anmversary
versary anmversary of the Suprfme Court's
school 'desegregation decisions,
,which so far has filed no effect in
Mississippi. Most of his prepared
speech concerned the April 25
lynching.
"The important aspect of the-1
Poolarville lynching is not so much
the horrible treatment of the vic victim'
tim' victim' is the horrible revelations'
butt Mississippi," Wilkins said.
Mississippi white leaders have.
maintained that the mob action -in
brelticing into a jail and executing
Parker before. he had a trial was
not condoned by the mass of
whlte citizens in the state.
Rut Wilkins said "nothing we on
the outside can say about Missis Mississippi
sippi Mississippi can condemn the state as
stfundly as the guilt fellings re revealed
vealed revealed in the utterances of its own
citizens and newspapers."
He noted that Mississippi Gov.
J., P. Coleman and Circuit Judge
Sebe Dale, in whose court Parker
was to be tried, "cried out against
stronger federal civil rights legis legislation.'
lation.' legislation.' ."Their statements constitute an
admission that the Negro vote out
side the deep South has reached
such a size and importance that
the vote of white citizens in the
deep South no longer has sufficient
strength to outweigh the non-South
Negro vote," he ssid.
"In the old days," when the
South ,had more influence nationally,-
"no Mississippi governor or
circuit judge would have felt the
need to say, anything," he added.
Wilkins laihed out at "hysferi

Fu !bright Be iieves
Ike Should invite
Mr K To Visif US

WASHINGTON (UPI)--Sen. J.
William Fulbright (D Ark.) said
yesterday that he believes Presi President
dent President Eisenhower should invite
Soviet Pretnier Nikita S. Khru Khrushchey
shchey Khrushchey to coma to this country
to see its people and way of life
firat hand.
Fulbright, chairman of the sen sena
a sena te Foreign Relations Committee,
also termed "a happy sugges suggestion"
tion" suggestion" recent pronosals that any
Big Four summit meeting grow growing
ing growing out of the current Geneva
tonferetice held le IS a
else.
In the field of domestic politics,
Fulbright said,. he believed Sen Senate
ate Senate Democratic Leader Lyndon
B. Johnson (Tex.) would be the
presidential nominee most Ile.
centable to the Smith from among
all the. potential Democratic can candidates
didates candidates now in the Senate.
He conceded that tradition nor normally
mally normally would work against the
nomination of a southerner or a
senator. Bio he said Texas is
really the Southwest and that the
delegates a the 1960 convention
might realize the nation needs a
'inolitical genius" like Johnson as
president.
The nuestion of RI1 invitation to
Khrushchev to visit this country
was broached to the President at
his last news conference. He
brushed off the inoolry on grounriF
that nothing official .about the
matter has been brought to his
attention.

Solon Voices Fears
Rusgans May Win
Propaganda Success

cal editorials' in MississiPpl -lepers
in which "guilty feeling glow
through every ling.'s"' He pOineed
out that Mississippians were brew brewing
ing brewing the lynching on a recent tourt
decision in which it was. held that
Negro Robert LeeGoldsby was
given a new trial on grounds! that:
no- Negroes-bad served en, jurieS
in the county in which:be was
convicted.
,
"There is a simple remedy -for
this," Wilkins said, "that 'to'
permit or even encourage- the rig-,
istration of qualified Negro citizens.
so theY can vote and be eligibie
for service on juries. The !! dis disfranchisement
franchisement disfranchisement of Negro citizens in
Mississippi is the most scandalous
,the entire South.

Businoss Boomed
During First 3
Months Of 1959

WASHINGTON (UPI)--Business
was even better in the first threel
months of 1959 than the record recordsetting
setting recordsetting pace originally, reported,
the Commerce Department said
yesterday.
Revised figures showed that
the nation's output of goods and
services hit an all-time high an annual
nual annual rate of 467 billion dollars,
up 2 'billion dollars from the de department's
partment's department's earlier estimate.
Providing half this increase
was heavy stockpiling of business
inventories, especially steel. The
department estimated that fac factories
tories factories and firms added to their
inventories at an annual buildup
rtite of 5 billion dollars.
This indicated a sharp reversal
6f the drawdown of stocks in the
closing- months of 1958.
The department noted "a wide widespread
spread widespread move toward restocking
among other Commodity .lines" in
addition to steel, but gave no
breakdown. Steel users have been
laying in reserves of the basic
metal as a hedge against a pos possible
sible possible steel strike this summer.
The 467-billion-dollar gross na national
tional national product rate represented
an increase of 14 billion dollars
from the fourth quarter of 1958. It
was 8 per cent above the de depressed
pressed depressed recession rate in the be beginning
ginning beginning of 1958, after allowing
for smIll price incre a se s in
some lines.
Personal consumption spending
in the first quarter hit 's record
rate pf 5300,500,000,000.

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WASHINGTON (UPI) A con congressman.
gressman. congressman. has 'voiced fear the
Russians may win another "great
propaganda success" with, their
New York fair this aummer. He
is afraid this country's Moscow
exhibition will .not come out so
well.
Rep. John J. Rooney (D-N.Y.),
chairman of a House appropria appropriations
tions appropriations subcommittee, said an im impartial
partial impartial survey sfiowed the Soviets
overshadowed the United States
with their exhibit at the Brus Brussels
sels Brussels Worlds Fair last fall.
The results of the $6,000 surveY,
which,was conducted by a Belgian
firm, were revealed in previously previouslysecret
secret previouslysecret congressional testimony
made ,public Sunday.
, The testimony showed that Roo Rooney
ney Rooney also aired a report by sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee investigators Charging
that government publicitv agents
took part 01 a "propaganda" cam campftign
pftign campftign aimed at pressuring -Cottgress'
into' voting more money for
the Brussels' rair than it' wanted
,
Rip. Prink 'T. Boti (Ohio), top
Repblicaft.on the ,group, said he
believed it 'should consider refer referrisig
risig referrisig tlie tase, to the Justice De Department.
partment. Department. Heisald' it was illegal
to use public) funds in an Attempt
toinfluence Congress.
Their complaints were aimed at
a series of speeches and 'priss
releases issued by the public if iffairs
fairs iffairs branch of the Brussels ex exhibition
hibition exhibition Which stressed.that Con Congresg
gresg Congresg voted $2,500,000 less than ,the
State' Department, asked 'for the
exhibit.
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,MADRID (UP1)'''Prince 1181
nier 'and Princess (Itace of Mo Monato
nato Monato 'have arrived here Jor an
eight to-fen day ."yery privtte
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cage-and a pitlfuliv sight, to see
when the Royal. SOYereigtr Light Lightship
ship Lightship .fisbeat her out of, the ocean.
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ireseaped apparentireseaped from her cage ashore
and winged out to sea. The crew
spotted her, 11 miles off shore,
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men fished her out, cleaned her The lightship crew
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Senator Says Demos Deliberately
Harrassing Ike's Appointees

WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen.
Karl Mundt (R-s.p.) charged yes yesterday
terday yesterday that'the Senate Democra Democratic
tic Democratic leadership has given its "full
blessings' to Democratic "ha "harassment
rassment "harassment of Eisenhower apoint apointees,"
ees," apointees," like Commerce Secretary
Lewis L. Strauss.
Mundt said in his weekly newS newSletter
letter newSletter that Strauss "is the victim'
of a campaign by Democrats
"who are making wilitics the
number one consideration in the
Senate." He said the objective is
"to embatrass" President eisen eisenhower's
hower's eisenhower's nominees.
' predicted thee o g
Reld, 34-year-old fortnee-petlient
arid editor of the?'N'Yoric3Iller the?'N'Yoric3Illeraki
aki the?'N'Yoric3Illeraki Treibune, tteeive "th e
same treatment' in his ,effort to
win Senate confirmation of his
nomination to be ambassador to
Israel.
The Senate Commerce Commit Committee
tee Committee iS scheduled to yhte' Tuesday
on the Strauss nomination, with
the outcome in doubt. Many ob observers
servers observers gave Strauss only a
slightly better than a 50-50 chante
of winning confirmation.
Sen. George D. Aiken (R Vt.)
said in a' television ipterview
that he believes Strauss will
"probably be confirmed by a
not very large margin."
, As for Reid, Aiken said, "he
will prove he has qualified hitn hitnself
self hitnself as a diplomat' if he can sur survive
vive survive the hearings of the Senate
FortignRelations Committee

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EVERY WEDNESDAY AT 9:00 P431.

Bess Truthan Boes
To,Hospital For
"Routiqe Checkup"

KANSAS crrY, tUPI)
Mrs. Bess Truman, wife of former
President' H'arry Trum a n. re remained
mained remained in satisfactory condition
Sunday at Research Hospital.
Mrs. Truman went to-the hospi hospital
tal hospital last Week for a series of tests
in a "rOtitine checkup."
Thefamily physician said she
has had a ,stubborn cold this win winter
ter winter and entered the hospital for an
indefinite period of examinations.
She is 74 years old.

and dropped

dead.
The lightship crew vava her
formal burial at sea.
"The fellows were terribly up

vave her e

"without blowing his top.'
"That's the acid test," said Ai Aiken,
ken, Aiken, a member of the committee.
Chairman J. William Fulbright
(D-Ark.) has served notice that
Reid and all other non career
nominees f o r high diplomatic
posts will have to prove they are
qualified before they will receive
committee endorsement.
The Senate also was expected to
act this week on the President's
nomination of C. Douglas Dillon to
be undersecretary of state. T h e
foreign relations committee ap approved
proved approved the appointment last week
by a 16-1 vote.
Sen. Russell 13. Long (D-La.),
who cast the lone dissenting vote,
lf.as VOWf a last ditch fight
against Dillon because of h s
handling of the foreign aid pro:
gram. Dillon is now undersecre undersecretary
tary undersecretary of state for economic affairs.

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fice Office and an tAinquiry would be
held. He was released from prison
last week after serving six years,
the newspaper added.
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LONDON (UPI) Ofdcials la-
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participated in .ah evacuation test
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attempts-. But each. time he
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:,IrESTIMOMAL DINNER NEXT WEEK TO HONOR
-- COCO SOLO HOSPITAL SUPERINTENDENT AND WIFE
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- Dr. Bruno Eisen, who for the past three years has served as
Superintendent of Coco Solo Hospital, and Mrs. Eisen will be
bettered at a testimonial dinner Friday evening, May 29, at 'I p.m.
111 th Cristbal Skyroom
Dr. Eisen, a major in the U.S. Army, has been reassigned to
Witshington and will leave the Isthmus in early June.
Friends wishing to attend the dinner are urged to contact
Fresr Simons, Cristbal 3-IS33 or 22530.

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v.: honored at a testimonial dinner rriclay evening, may as i eventiu at 7:30 at the USU.- I t, I

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Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Daw Dawtoe
toe Dawtoe announce the birth of a son,
Charles William, Saturday n.ght
it the San Fernando Clinic. He is
their third child and has been
tamed for his parental grand grandlather,
lather, grandlather, the late Charles William
Dawson, former resident of the
Canal Zone.
WI. Dawson is the former Misa
Meritza 1.1bire.
Shearith Israel Women
Plan Card Party
The Sisterhood of Shearith Is Israel
rael Israel will sponsor a card party
Wednesday afternoon beginning
at 2 p.m. in the Community Hall.
Reservations should be made by
tailing Panama 3-2608 or 3-0525.
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Gamboa Women's Club
The annual luncheon and ins installation
tallation installation of officers of the Garn
boa Women's Club will be held
rbursday at one o'clock in the
Fern Room of the Tivoli Guest
House.
Reserviitions should be mule
Way with Mrs. Sellena, 6-525.
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Mr. and Mrs. Rinehart
Announce Datughter's Birth
Mr. and Mrs. L?slie Renehart of
rrenton, N. J. announce the bi-cth
at their first child. a daughter,
DI May 7. She has been named
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I selected, cleaned and packed to meet top- an old 'church building that wits rites of deconsecrating the chruch,
do at your tiivolite fresh and clean. I transferred from Gatun and erect- The Parish Welfare Council. com.-
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1 late Rev. John T. Mutest. Father Choir Guild, Woman's Awdliary,
sonrganized St. '' Peter's Order of St. Vineent and vestry lo ,,
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reared on the low, and lived
Margarita until their marriage
Issi year. She is the former Mils
Margaret Allen.
The maternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. William B. Allen ?nd
the paternal grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Roy Rinehart, all of
Margarita.
Altar Rosary Society
The May meeting of the Ancon
AltarRosary Society will be littrfl
tomorrow evening at 7:30 in the
Sacred Heart Chapel Parish Hall.
Hostesses for the evening wi:I!
be Mrs. Edmonson, Mrs. Filo and
Mrs. Hanningan. All memb9,rs are.
urged to attend this final meeung.
of the term.
Isthmian Toastmasters
Moot Tuesday Evening
The Isthmian Toastmasters Chill
will meet tomorrow evning
6:30 in the Fern Room of the '11
voli Guest House. Toastmaster of
2the evening will be Paul Moran
Scheduled to speak are Al
France, Jim McNamara, Gibb,
S'uckey, Jack Ward and George!
Bantam. Carl Wide will be the!
general evaluator and Joe Bri Brigandi
gandi Brigandi will serve as topicmaster.
Further information may he ob
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for local infections like athlete's foot.
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Slidos On Colombia
Tonight At USO,IWB
A program of super reflex slides
of Colombia, with emphasis on
Bogota and Cali, will be shown at
eveniog at 7:30 at the USO:
JWB Armed Forces Service Cen Center
ter Center in Balboa.
Leonard Gordon, who is present presenting
ing presenting the slides, will have a question
and answer period after the slides
are shown.
Meeting
Medical Association
The Medical Association of tne
Isthmian Canal Zone will be held
tomorrow evening st 7 .in Ward
17 at Gorgas Hospital.
Th? scientific program wl bc
presented by Dr. Weldon C. White
of Coro 7a1 Hospital ind a but
fet will precede the program.
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Atlantic Side PTA
The Atlantic Side Parent-Teacaer
Association will have its final
mreting of the school year thi3
evening at 7.30 in the all pur purpose
pose purpose room of the Coco Solo E.c E.cmenta
menta E.cmenta ry School.
' Officers for the coming year
,will be installed.
; A gem stone mounted in a ring
will be given by Tom 5ellers, vice vicepresident,
president, vicepresident, as a door ptize.
Alm) Saad Nobles
A business meeting for Nobles
of Abou Saad Temple is scheuui scheuuied
ed scheuuied for 7 this evening at the An Ancon
con Ancon Masonic Temple. Business will
include voting on clndidates
for the spring ceremonial.
Visiting Shriners in the area are
welcome to al.end. Refreshments
will be served after the meeting.
Color Division,
: Atlantic Camara Club
The Color Division of the At At'antic
'antic At'antic Camera Club wilt meet I his
evening in the club rooms at Mt.
Hope.
Highlight of the program will
be an illustrated lecture by
Gerald Doyle of Balboa on the
auto trip taken by he and his fa fa,
, fa, mily through Central America.
Members are urged to attend
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NEA Food and Markets Editor
For a small "at home" wedding,
a glamorus homemade cake is
proper and can be a work of both
art and affection.
Febtive Home Wedding Cake
Four cups sifted cake fouur, 5
teampoons double acting baking
powder, 1 1-2 teaspoons salt, 6
egg whites, 1-2 cup sugar, 1 cup
butter or shortening, 2 cups sugar,
1 3-4 cups milk, 2 teaspoons va vanilla,
nilla, vanilla, wedding cake frohting and
filling.
To make the cake: Measure
sifted flour, add baking powder
and salt, and sift together three
times. Beat egg whites until loa loamy,
my, loamy, add 1-2 cup sugar gradually,
and continue beating until rerin reringue
gue reringue will hold up.in soft peaks. Set
aside. Cream better, add 2 cups
sugar gradually, and cream to together
gether together until light and fluffy. Add
flour mixture altDrnately wan
the milk, a small amount at a
time, beating after each addition
until smooth. Blend in vanilla.
Then add meringue to cake bat batter
ter batter and beat thoroughly into bat batter.
ter. batter. Pour batter into two 9x9x9.-
inch square pan which have been
lined on bottoms with paper.
Bake in moderate oven (350 de degrees
grees degrees F.) 45 to 50 minutes:
Tp frost the cake: Cut each lay layer
er layer horizontally to make four
layers in all. Prepare wedding cake
frosting and filling. Place one
layer on cardboard underliner
which has been wrapped in wax
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of the filling. Repeat with two
other layers and rest of filling,
topping with last layer. Swill
frosting attractively over top and
sides of cake. Place cake on large
tray and decorate with fresh
flowers, as desired.
Wedding Cake Frosting
and Filling
Three egg whites, unbeaten;
2 1-4 cups sugar, 1-8 teaspoon
salt, 1-2 cup water, 1 tablespcon
light corn syrup, 12 teaspoon
grated lemon rind, 1 1-4 cups fine finely
ly finely chopped fruits and nuts. (Sug (Suggested
gested (Suggested fruits and nuts are 1-4
cup each finely chopped dates
white raisings, maraschino cher cherries,
ries, cherries, citron and almonds.)
Combine egg whites, sugar, salt,
water and corn syrup in top ot a
2-quart double boiler. Beat about
1 minute, or until thoroughly
mixed. The place over boiling
waterand beat constantly with a
stcrdy egg beater (or at high
speed of electric beater) 7 minutes
or until frosting will stand in
htiff peaks. (Stir frosting up from
bottom and sides of pan occasion occasionly
ly occasionly with rubber scraper, spatila
or spoon.) Remove from boilnig
water, (Fo a smooth and sa
tiny frosting, pour at once into a
a large bowl for final beating.)
Add rind'.andklItat 12 minute, or
until thick enough to spread.
Fold fruits and nuts into about
half of the frosting and use fol a
filling. Makes about 3 1-2 cups
filling and 3 1-2 cups frosting.
REVIVAL
FIRST BAPTIST
CHURCH,
MARGARITA
MAI 17 24
Time:
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Sundays
7 p'.m. Monday &
Saturday
Nursery provided for
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cheer up any discouraged bridge bridgeplayer.
player. bridgeplayer. It is from the finals of the
National Open Pair championship
and the bidding, is that of Abe
popular winners, Emma Jelin
Hawes of Ft. Worth and Dr. John
Fisher of Dallas.
West opened the king of spades
and shiftel to a heart. John WM
with his king, ruf,ed a spade
with the ace of trumps, returned
his hand with a diamond and
ruffed his last spade. Then all
he had to do was to pull trumps
laid discard one of his small dia diamonds
monds diamonds on dummy's queen Of
hearts.
Why should this hand cheer up
discouraged bridge players?
The way John and Emma Jean
handled it both the bidding and
play were the height of simplicity
and anyone looking at it can say
that he could have done au well.
The bidding proved most diffi difficult
cult difficult to the expert players who
held the cards. Only a very few
reached the club slam. A slightly
larger group reached six dia diamonds
monds diamonds and went down because
the diamond finesse lost. The
diamond finesse was :not needed
at six clubs.
The great majority did even
worse. They blundered in three
no trump whereupon a spade
opening set then two tricks.
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bid Our iontest suit first
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Your partner rebids to two
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Jones" will be reading tout
with her huaband, GOY Merrill,'
to be called "An Evening with'
Carl Sandburg." Norman Corwin
will adapt the material and di direct.
rect. direct. ling Crosby hi nailed
down the film rights to one nf H.
Allen Smith's funny yarns and
looks upon it at a perfect vehi vehicle
cle vehicle for hiei professional- reunion
with Bob Hope wirn Roberto's
health permit. Piing
may have to p art with some
bread: 1 being sued for S-25,-
000 by jam proMoter Don Tried.'
man who alleges the ,cool trum trumpeter
peter trumpeter "slugger "and insulted" Mitt)
a couple ;tit months age.
many Brazilians believe liaY Pig-1
natari's ocheduled marriage to
Bahia's beauty queen will ever'
come off, so the happy ceuple
haven't received niany wedding
presents. .Ed McKenzie, for
years a top disc tockey in the '1
$100,000 per year bracket, recent recently
ly recently quit his job with a leading
Midwest radio station because he
couldn't face another day playing'
the top 40 tunes. McKenzie is
quoted as saying "I can't live
with radio if it's going to become
nothing more than a talking juke,
box for 14-year-olds." He's now
working on a tasteful FM station
at no salary, which certainly
makes 'him the Albert Schwcit-,
zer of' the platter spinners.
Lisa Kirk's husband, Ro bert
Wells, who has been Dinah
Shore's chief TV writer and es.
sociate producer' for three years,
is leaving the show and will re return
turn return to New York at the end of
the month to confer with produc producer
er producer David Merrick about scripting
a Broadway musical. .0ne of
New York's most famous and co colorful
lorful colorful crusaders against criminals
isn't sleeping so well of late. His
lone-time aide and confidante
made a four-hour tape recording
on his deathbed not long, ago,
and a local newspaper will use
excerpts from it in a series on
the prominent gent. .Thoie Lill
St. Cyr Joe tomer rumors are
based on fact. They. either
newlyweds or will be sluirtly.
Loray White, the former Mrs.
Sammy Davis Jr., tells intimates
she's afraid of some underworld
musclemen.
The Sardi Set figures it will
cost Paul 0-reery $5.00,000 in
grosses to give Marriage Go GoRound"
Round" GoRound" a 23-week. Summer vaca vacaHon
Hon vacaHon and thereby keep Charles
Boyer happy. ilarbara Miller,
one of the show-giris in "Gypsy,"-
Iwo the Miss Philadelphia entry
in th 1957 "Miss Universe" con contest.
test. contest. .Bill Evans, the pianist
whose new album ("EveryoodY
Digs Bill Evans") Is a big hit
with critics and fellow musicans,
Makes his network TV debut on
"Look Up and Live" May 17.
Prediction: Ladies in the audi audience
ence audience are apt to get a message
not strictly musicalfrom the tal talented
ented talented keyboarder: he has a stu studious
dious studious kind of appeal. It sedate
couple moved Into a conservative
flat in Cadogan Square, London,
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Hosted Al Fatewell
Party in Para iso
Last Thursday in Paraiso at the
home of Mrs. C. Richards, the Mu Muival
ival Muival Aid Club was the host to a
Rev. Hugh Clarke.
After the -Usual business meet meeting
ing meeting which began at 7:30 p.m. un under
der under the gavel of Frank Burk,
president, the Rev. Clarke offer offered
ed offered an opening prayer followed by
his address based onThe mean meaning
ing meaning of Palm Sunday. responses
end wellwishing Wes mode by A.
A. Blackett-Forde, B. aoley,
nordon, A. Osbourne. D. CAIlliffee
Mrs. C. Richards. and J. Soley.
At 1 p.m. the Rev. Clarke pro pronounced
nounced pronounced the benediction and
blessing, thereafter motorcade
journeyed to the Toeumen Airport
where he enplaned for New York.

Services To Be Held For Last Time
Sunday At Ten-Year-Old St. Peter's

4mo
Ending the activites of one of
,the oldest churches in the Episco EpiscoIni
Ini EpiscoIni diocese of the Panama Canal
Zone, St. Peter's Church in La
Boca will cease functioning after
lima Sunday, when the final ter terice
ice terice will be held at 4 p.m.
The last Eucharist. WI 'IL be ode ode,brated
,brated ode,brated a.m., commemorating. the
feast of the Most Holy,Trinity.
Abandonment of the eburch Wes
foreshadowed when depopulation
of the town of La Boca started
some years ago. Within a few
months, the $23,000-building and
Irectory will be demolished to make
room for the) bridge end the re rebuilding
building rebuilding of La Boca as a U.S. rate
town.
The present" edifice rwaS cons constructed
tructed constructed ten years ago to replace
an old 'church building that was
transferred from Gatun and erect erected
ed erected on the site in 1915 by the
late Rev. John' T. Mutest Father
Mulcare organized St. '' Peter's
Church and served' .911 YeCtOr AIM
til his death 'in 1944. ",
lie.wap succeeded by Venerable
Leinuel B. Shirley, now 'archdea 'archdeacon
con 'archdeacon of Panama and' rector of St.
Paul's Church, P1111111111 City.

13R0pWAY

Doridy Killgallen
a couple of weeks ego, Ind ex.
pressed surprise that their next
door neighbor was the hithi y
publicized lady Docker. But WI
likely, lady 'Docker was taken
stacks' too; 'the sedate couple
turned out to be Mr. and Mrs. Bor.
is Karloff.
The ballyhoo excursion for
"The Young Philadelphians' is
one tour the young stars involv involved
ed involved won't soon forget. A, busload
of junior playerv from Warners
(including Ty Hardin, C xnnie
Stevens and Diane Jergens) set
out from Hollywood to publicize
Jilt! picture, but everything has
gone wrong so far and they're
not even halfway across the
country. Latest mishap vhs
unscheduled delay in Oklahome
when the bus drove right into the
heart of the tornado that rippoll
through the Southest. Arlyne
Malligan, just back from Mexico
where she divorced Gerry, is in involved
volved involved in what promises to be
an interesting neve romance. She
gets daily phone calla and bou bou'guts
'guts bou'guts from the wealthy head of
a Latin engineering firm, a n d
gies thinking of taking s house
South of the Border for the Sum Summer.
mer. Summer. J)inner duet at Manny
Woil s: curvy Chicki James and
Tony Soglio, the theatrical agent
once wed to Itiger Stevens.
egooemmt.eafia
Me of the Madison Ave. huck huckster
ster huckster ateliers intends to capitalize
on all the "beat generation' otb otb'icily
'icily otb'icily in behalf of a cigaret client.
They're preparing a filmed tele television
vision television commercial in which a
typical beat bearded, wearing(
e lumpy sweater and blue jeans
delivers the pitch as he puffs
away. -Of course the smoker will
be a handsome male model un under
der under those carefully cropped chin
whiskers. .London socialites are
entranced by Princess Fatima
Zahora, wife of the Moroccan
Ambassador to England. 8 h e's
beaqtiful and fabulously dressed,
with a superb collection of jevr jevrels.
els. jevrels. Jost a few months ago, when
she lived in Tetuan, she went
about veiled, but Ma3rfaintet
see" her without yashmak. .Ask
Model Scodi Hull to tell you a-
bout ler, recent experience with
officer of Castro's army in
Havana.,
If You file movie star quotes,
have a deep one from Heay
Lamarr on her thoughts while
exiting from her most recent
marriage: "I'll have men friends
againbut on my standards and
with Iny rules. A woman can
spoil a relationship'11 she's, too
good to a man."
Atlantic Camera
Club Announces
Anmral Exhibit
The Atlantic Camera Club will
prelent its annual photographic
exhibit on May 28. 24, and 25 at
7:45 p.m. at the club rooms pt
Mount Hope.
Th exhibit Will open Saturday
night, with nreentation of a awarda
warda awarda to makers 'of the winning
prints and color slides. More Morechrome
chrome Morechrome prints and color slides will
be exhibited with tape record recorded
ed recorded commentary.
Sunday. night, color slidem will
be presented. with tane recorded
commentery, and monochrome
prints with awards will be on dist.
pies?.
Monday, monochrome prints and
awards will be disnlayed svith
tane recorded commentary.
' In the monochrome divilon. 31
mints were indeed bv Frederic
Calvert. APSA of Chester, Pa. The
R4 color Odes in the color divI divI0;on
0;on divI0;on were lodged by Norman R.
Brice, ADSA Clovtea. Roth of
these Jukes are with. the judg judging
ing judging ervi,- Photographic.
Society of America.
BgioNn Twit 'MUIR
MIAMI (ITPT) -- Franklin S.
aynnson told the FloriA highway
natrot yesterday that bit drivhIg
iiet,let is not out of date. even
though it doe show an socniration
elite of April, rint. It's Saudi
Arabia license, dated by the Mos Moslem
lem Moslem calendar.
IM,M.111Mff.t.
7--
Subsequent priests were the Rev.
John S. McDuffie and the Rev.
John Spear, who has been admi administering
nistering administering to the congregation for
the past four years.
St. Peter's Church has been the
center of the religious experiences
of hundreds of people. Hundereds
Vera baptised. confirmed, married
and even buried from the edifice.
flatus many are expected to
return for the closing next So Soday
day Soday evening.
The service llin be One of soles
evensong, officiated by the priest
in charge. The bishop of the
diocese, the Rt. Rev. R. Heber
Gooden, will deliver the sermon,
in addition to an eddress by Arc&
deacon Shirley, and perform the
rites of deconeeerating the chruch,
, The Parish Welfare Council. corn
prised of representatives of the
Choir Guild, Woman's Atudliary
Order of St. Vineent and vestry is
zponsoring a farewell social to be
held in the parish hall after the
service.
Theft parochial organizations
will be dissolved with the clotinI
of the church.

o,' Ind ex extheir
their extheir next
I
er. -But IVA
was taken
ate couple
id Mrs. Bor.
urslon for
lphians' is
tars involv- 'I
A, busload
m Warners ,4
C xnnie
!tons) set
to publicize
ything has
ind they're
MSS the
ip v)as an
Oklahoma
ght into the 41 1
that rippe4
Arlyn
'om Mexico
erry, is in inises
ises inises to be
mance. She
; and bou- 0
hy head of
Irm, a n d
ng a house
)r the Sum Sumat
at Sumat Manny
James and
Weal agent
wens.
Ave. huck hucko
o hucko capitalize
ration' nib nibgaret
garet nibgaret client.
filmed tea tea1
1 tea1 which a
ed, wearing(
blue Pal!'
he puus
smoker will
model un-
ropped chin
)cialites are
1Fatima
! Moroccan
nd. 8 h e's
sly dressed,
,ion of jevr jevra
a jevra ago, when
she went
Ma3rfairitet
mak. .Ask
tell you a-
!rience with
s army in 1
f
;tar quotes,
trom tray
ights while
lost recent
men friends
kndards and
woman can
t she's, too
uira
ces
'a Club will
photographic
, and 25 at
rooms ist
Ell Saturday
ion of a athe
the athe winning
des. Mon,,-
slides will
spe record-
slides will
ne recorded 4
monochrome
11 be on dis
prints and
'laved with
tory.
divilon.
lv Frederic
ter, Pa. The
1. color divi diviNorman
Norman diviNorman R.
Roth of
It the Jude JudeThotographic
Thotographic JudeThotographic Franklin S. --
1(1 hi ellway
his driving
date. even o
n exniration
it's Saudi ti
by the Mos MosN
N MosN
,
t Time ,
.
t
Peter s
1
re the Rev.
1 the Rev.
been admi admiregation
regation admiregation for
las been the
experiences
Hundereds
married
the edifice.
sxpected to
r next So Some
me Some of soles
y the priest
;op of the
B. Heber
the sermon,
ems by Arch Archperform
perform Archperform the
the chruch,
ves of the
I Atudilary,
,nd vestry is
social to be
sll after the
wpnizatione
the clollinS
,

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were counting on new economic opposed public housing provis
ions
McDonald, president of United A 10-month old boy suffoCated g
and employment gains to boost which add an additional $3,700,-
,.g- Steelworkers Union will take the
wrapped arou.nd his head. -- the
today w i t h plastic covermg
- ,, r- gl, problem his union I faces in i 1,..3 their fight against a multi-billion 000,000 over 40.year period.
second sueh death of a Pennlylvig
, g-- dollar Democratic, housing b i I I President lisenhower asked for
ma chil 1
, igg," x- contract tallts with the steel in
which comes up for action in the a 31,630,000,000 housing bill which
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) dustry before the E x e c u t I v e
. , Board ofthe AFL-CIO in Wash- House tomtrrow. also omitted urban renewal and d n five days.
,,, 't -' : , ,, .- : to t to Neither side was willing to pre- slum clearance features of the
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has diet victory in what could be the Democratic measure. The Senate The child, William G e o r g 111
plastic coueh cover as he lay On II
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divan in his
Houser, became entangled in the
parents' home.
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Rep. Leo E. Allen (R-III.) one Chairman Brent Spence (D-Ky.)
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sleeping in an adjacent room and
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did not hear his son's cries.
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, contract negotiators r e c e s s e lieved that improned job figures "softie amendments" m i g h t be
pero, 11 months old, of Baldwin.
D CoheANY MANEUVIRS-Members of D Company (Walker) 34tli Armor, and their tanks back at Fort Kobbe after army their talks until Thesday so Mc McDonald
Donald McDonald could attend the high lev- and U.S. production gains an- added to the measure.
, 4 training testa in the Itio Hato area. (US Arnxy Photo) nounced last week would help But he said he felt the House
Yhe' Wdritew7le a Itlissinhet
plastic bag over his head. His
el union meeting.
mother said latger she had placed
chances for a MOte modest $1,- would "give some consideration
.
300,000,000 ."compromisc" It is to the fact that one bill has been
f l' 4
five of the ba s on a dresser
I , -,
rides Hall Search McDonald probably will tli
to the union chieftains-1h' emiiihme backed by conservative Demo- inepected by a House committee
ministration.
crats and is accepteble to the ad- and the other (the substitute) has
The hags later were found strewn
,
"no wage increise", stand taken
this. year by the steel companies ',bout a foot from Wayne's crib.
not.
over the crib.
D Company Tankers Get Excellent For Brother. Of Alien also predicted that the Conservatives on the H o u s e
All 12 steel companies in the voters would help convince law- Rules Committee last week re renegotiations
negotiations renegotiations have told the USW makers who went home for t h e treated in the fact of threats from
deaths of children across the coun
that no wage increases were jus- Armed Force' Day week end that Speaker Sam Rayburn (Tex.) and try has sparked a national clamor
A recent wave of "plastic bag
,
tilled and they have received "we can have prosperity without finally reported out the Democrat
backing in this stand from the pumping." Backers have said the bill. and evoked a warning from the
Senator Bridges
.
Rat ng In US Army Training Tests
ens. to get rid of the dangerous
- National Amin. of Manufacturers bill would stimulate construction. The imProged emrtinYment fig- National Safety Council fir par parWEST
WEST parWEST PEMBROKE. Maine and leading industry economists. The Democratic measure! op- ures cited by Allen, released
)
, aPI) A massive air-ground Both McDonald and G e o r g e proved by the H o u s e Banking Tuesday, showed an increase in bags.
The tankers of D Company, gressor forces there. teck they were hit by aerial gat! search for the missing brother of Sagany, president of the AFL- Jobs and a drop in unemployment
(Walker) 34th Armor rumbled Reports gated that Aggressor attacks and had to conduct the Sen.' Styles Bridges was called off CIO, have called for higher twice what could be expected for In Pittsburgh, Coroner Willtatis
back into FOrt Kobbe Froni Rio pockets of resistance, whicg Ilan remainder of the assault wearing last night as high tides forced wages this year as a means of ,M seasonal reittons alone. McClelland warned that the bags
6 Coaat Guard grappling operations Increasing purchasing p o w e r.
1 Mato this weekend in high spirits bccn 'by-passed during the battle gas masks. an Kidnaps Girl A Federal Reserve Board report were "a real menace."
. last week by state Health Secre
By 10 a.m. the area had been to cease. They heve lipid env increage in
From Sunday School Saturday Showed that output from A similar warning was issued
after just receiving an excellent group's assault, might remain in
the ability of people to consume
rating on their annual A r 111 y the area between their positions secured and the chief umpire
and the destination. called the problem to a close. Dr. Ronald Bridges, 53-year-old would lead to greater demand for
training tests. nation's mills. mines and fac
ttohreies set an April record. tary Charles Wilber, in Harris Harrisht
ht Harrisht May 10, the tank- gAt 7:30 2.M. Capt. Richard L. During the brief critique which younger brother of the New goods end services and would re- 1
g. Hampshire Republican leader. wax duce unemployment. burg, Pa.
Sunday nig'
erg received it werning order in Murnighan moved his tankers followed, the umpires let Murni
I Halliesbugr Mo Five Children Die
h ein the from the simulated landing area han and his men know that it feared drowned while fishing on The steel industry has asser'ri A A dry cleaners organization la
I a
a Simulated situation w er
that increases In employment California last week decided to
Armor outfit was offshore in Nit- t6 the assembly point. Here they was obvious the company had the remote Pennamaquan River in
,
to had a technical inspection by the worked hard during its training northeastern Maine. costs would only tottch. off anothyheearr-oisdungdiargy
was kidnaped
HATTIESBURG, Miss. (LTD- In graze Started discontinue use of such bags. The
4 ry boats. Their mission was
er wage-price spiral. Dry Cleaners Guild of Allegheny
I land on Rio Hato beach end move Signal and Ordnance technical in- prior to the t2st.
i County Pa. was to meet this
1' '' to the hggth end of the training an excellent rating On the Ord- Outatanding Performances were State and local Police assisted President Eisenhower hat in, fAgolmt)
h C t G d pl' d school class- Bv Mom s Cigaret ,,
Wednesday to reach a decision on
tree to reinforce the lst Battle !lance phase and a s u p e r i o r noted on the Tart of the three y two oas uar ones an ed both 'tides to come up l
, . o y nact or face, the
w.tb a room here yesterday.
, GgouP, possibility- o
goth infantry, which Will grade for their Signal equipment. acting platoon sergeants, Sfcs boats launched a huge air-ground noniggoi a
f government inter- about 40-years-old. five feet, 1
Police said a Matt described as the same sublect.
In Clevelaad Ohio an Inveiti
4 "engaged in coMbat" wan Agg Following a reconnaissance pa- Charles C. Clinkingbeard, Donald search for the missing rigan in thia PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Five
children burn d t d th te
e o- ea yes r- gallon was started on the plait:1i I
I
g.--------g---------- trot by ist Lt. Fred W. Lawley, D. Holcomb and Jerome P. Die- area, located about 15 miles south
"got the girl out of her class classinches
inches classinches tall and shabbily-dressed
k company executive officer, 2nd sing, who maneuvered their ele- of the Canadian border. Officiels vention.
day in sn early morning fire
h' h t th I thi d fl a- bag menace. i 1'
,
k Lt. Donald Robert's, leader of the ments skillfully and aggressively, said the learch was expected The eteel industry has taken room' in th Court Street M h d
et o w lc swep e r r oor
1
ea as ta mandate to hoid ist Church! 1
k national Symphony
, supoorting infantry platoon from according to observers. to resume early Monday morning. this hi partment.
Police said the fire started In
1 B COMbanY of the battle group the line at all costs.
and 2nd Lt. Nathan A. Crow. CHUCKLE HEAD Early Sunday, Washington Coun Count
t Count sheriff's deputies reported find findY
Y findY Powever. the Prgsident also
said that he wanted a Officers said the man was seen the three-room apartnient w h e n
ogagegg taking the girl, Barbara Louise the mother. Mrs. Dorothy Stocker, The
, Concerts Set for chief of the supoorting forward
observer section from M o r t a r ing an overturned rowboat in the agreement that would not neve. Duff, to a late model, two-tone 41. fell asleen on her bed with a
s Battery, Fort Kobbe, Murnighan muddy flats of the river. The sitate a price Increase. The ulg green Mercury. An unidentified lighted cigaret.
Fnday, Saturday t4gave the company order and the
SNEAKING A PEEK Coast Guard at the Quoddy Head
Station were called into the search ion contends the
industry conld woman drove the girl and man The eharred Inaniee of the chil- elegant
grant its demand without a price awaY
in the car. dren, James, 7; Marcia, 4: twin
1
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tii 1 Isthmian mus
the opportun
t
le lovers will have'
ha great symphonic
ity of hearing One til:
erleemble, troops began to move.
They had barely gotten under- RENO, Nev. (UPI) A major
way when hit by a simulated nu course at Stead Air Force Base's
clear blast, gireviouttly emplaned survival traigieg gchool is gsneak,- aAs,tathneticP.ennamaquan runs into the increase.
,
gag nririapc Inno a ttrnm!nont V ilea r WillIPLA n...s. ; warrant was filed at the po- girls. Gale and Dale. 3; end Ste Stelice
lice Stelice station here charging the two nhanie, 17-months, were found in
suspects with felonious kidnaping thg apartment.
t thp MID ch.! rt,,f...,th,". n,s,,.,,. 17itttlAnA taiii watertight .., i
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IttOICATi MAT It lin

D Co WANT MANEUVIMSMembtrs D Company (Walker)
training tests in the Rio Hato area.

D Company Tankers Get Excellent
Rating In US Army Training Tests

The tankers of D Company,
(Walker) 34th Armor rumbled
back into Fort Kobbe Froni Rio
Mato this weekend in high spirits
after just receiving an excellent
rating on their annual Ar my
training tests.
Sunday night May 10, the tank tankers
ers tankers received a warning order in
a simulated situation wherein the
Armor outfit was offshore in Na Nary
ry Nary boats. Their mission was to
land on Rio Hato beach and move
tl) the north end of the training
area to reinforce the lst Battle
G,oup, 20th Infantry, which was
"engaged in combat" with Ag-.
national Symphony
Concerts Set for
Friday, Saturday
a alma 1
Isthmian music lovers will have
the opportunity of hearing One qf
the great symphonic ensemblet
in th9 world when the National
Symphony Orchestra of Washing
ton, D. C., arrivek in the Repub Republic
lic Republic for two concerts on 'Thursday
and Friday.
The first Will be at the Rio,
Theater in Panama City, while
for the Second, the orchestra will
move over to tht Atlantic sine
tor a concert at the Colon Thea Theater.
ter. Theater. Both concerts will be SO0111-
ored by the Parilittlitnian North
American ASSOCiatiOn from where
information concerning the re reservation
servation reservation of tickets can be ob obtained.
tained. obtained. The National Symphony Orches.
tra, tmder the direction of Dr.
Howailr Mitchell; will make .3 a
tour of Latin America during
which it will play some 40 con concerts
certs concerts in 37 cities. The tour II be.
ing sponsored by President Li Lisenhower's
senhower's Lisenhower's Special Internallonal
Program for Cultural Present,t Present,tCons,
Cons, Present,tCons, directed by the American
National Theater and AcadcmY
(ANTA). Alternating with Mitchell
as conductor b9 Oblembta'
Dr. Guillermo Espinosa, Who is
head of the music division of the
Pan-American Onion.
The National Symphony is "na "national"
tional" "national" only in that it is from
the nation's cappital. It receives
no subsidies fiom either the Fed Federal
eral Federal or the District governmtnts
and is sustained wholly by priv private
ate private subscription. In spite of this,
the orchestra enjoys a special
role in the life of the capital ci city.
ty. city. Its list of boxholders -is always
headed by the gresident of tiic
United States and Box Thirteen
is known as the President's Box.
The orchestra has played two
Presidential Inaugural concerts
and two 'command 'performances'
at the White House. On other ir.
casions semi-official concerts have
been given as a gesture of wel welcome
come welcome to a foreign head of state
While other concerts have peen
specially commissioned by vari various
ous various embassies.
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Reports stated that Aggressor
pockets of resistance, whica had
bccn 'by-passed during the battle
group's assault, might remain in
the area between their positions
and the destination.
, -.At 7:30 a.m. Capt. Richard L.
1Murnighan moved his tankers
from the simulated landing area
to the assembly point. Here theY
had a technical inspection by the
Signal and Ordnance technical in inan
an inan excellent rating on the Ord Ordnance
nance Ordnance phase and a superior
grade for their Signal equipment.
Following a reconnaissance pa patrol
trol patrol by lst Lt. Fred W. Lawley,
company executive officer, 2nd
Lt. Donald Robert's, letider of the
supnorting infantry platoon from
B COMbanY of the battle group
and 2nd Lt. Nathan A. Crow.
chief of the supnorting forward
observer section from Mortar
Battery, Fort Kobbe, Murnighan
Ove the company order and the
troops began to move.
They had barely gotten under underway
way underway when hit by a simulated nu
clear blast, 'previously emplaned
by a platoon from the 518th En Engineer
gineer Engineer Company (Combat), Fort
Kobbe, as part of the Aggressnr
forces, and led by 2nd Lt. Rich Richard
ard Richard S, Kloskowski. The road was
blown and an alternate roufe had
to be taken un the west corridor.
Here they encountered Aggressor
strong points held by the recon reconnaissance
naissance reconnaissance Platoon from Headquar Headquarters
ters Headquarters and Readnuarters Company
ef the battl" group, under the
leadership of First LASZIO Ho Horanyi.
ranyi. Horanyi. Under the watchful eye of chief
umpire Lt. Col. James D. Heriot.
assistant Post commander of
Quarry,,Heighta. And his assist assistant,
ant, assistant, cant. Don'Ald Benson. detach detachment
ment detachment commandee of the U.S. Ar Army
my Army Garrison. Fort Amador, the
comnany mounted auccessive at attacks
tacks attacks throuffh f(mr boors of
to overrun the loressor post posttioet.
tioet. posttioet. They enteirmel the march r C
Arrived et the Igs;emed no.t. Ira
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other eoploany order wati issue(C
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which heti moved tin in their
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the Frei. Mereasor e,trols' ha harassed
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tin target and the rOMDIllre made
a twomrong assault on the At Atgreaser
greaser Atgreaser line. moving with light lightning
ning lightning speed down the west and
center corridors. During the at
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teck they were hit by aerial gas
attacks and had to conduct the
remainder of the assault wearing
gas masks.
By 10 a.m. the area had been
secured and the chief umpire
called the problem to a close.
During the brief critique which
followed, the umpires let Murnig Murnighan
han Murnighan and his men know that it
v as obvious the company had
worked hard during its training
prior to the t2s.
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noted on the Tart of the three
acting platoon sergeants, Sfcs
Charles C. Clinkingbeard, Donald
D. Holcomb and Jerome P. Die Diesing,
sing, Diesing, who maneuvered their ele elements
ments elements skillfully and aggressively,
according to observers.
CHUCKLE HEAD
SNEAKING A PEEK
RENO, Nev. (UPI) A major
course at Stead Air Force Base's
survival training school is "sneak "sneaking
ing "sneaking and peeking' or how to
move through enemy territory
without being caught.
Four of the school's instructora
were caught at it before dawn
yesterday in- the hall of a women's
dormitory at the University of Ne Nevgda.
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MINISTRY GETS BIRD
TOKYO (UPI) Bird lovers
were incensed today at the timing
of a forestry ministry' announce announcement
ment announcement that sea gulls are fair garne
for hunters. This is National Bird
Week.

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PROMOTION AT GULICKCol. Cecil Himes, conimandant of the
e U.S. Army Caribbean School, right ,and Maj. Harold Jones,
school secretary, read the orders promoting MSgt. Raymond C.
Pearson, center, to the grade of master sergeant E-8. Pearson,
school sergeant major, has 1912 years of Army service. Due to
leave the Canal Zone in August, he is to retire from service in
November and intends to study towards ft bachelor of science
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For Brother Of
Senator Bridges
WEST PEMBROKE. Maine
(VPI) A massive airground
search for the missing brother of
Sen.' Styles Bridges was called off
last night as high tides forced
Coast Guard grappling operations
to cease.
Dr. Ronald Bridges, 53-year-old
younger brother of the New
Hampshire Republican leader, was
feared drowned while fishing on
the remote Pennamaquan River in
northeastern Maine.
State and locaj police, assisted
by two Coast Guard planes and
boats, launched a huge air-ground
search for the missing man in this
area, located about 15 Miles south
of the Canadian border. Officials
said the search was expected
to resume early Monday morning.
Early Sunday, Washington Coun County
ty County sheri'f's deputies reported find finding
ing finding an overturned rowboat in the
muddy flats of the river. The
Coast Guard at the Quoddy Head
Station were calird into the search
as the Pennamaquan runs into the
Atlantic.
Dr. Bridges, long a prominent
echicator and Protestant Church
lay leader, was first report reported
ed reported missin,, by neighbors here late
Friday niebt. He and his wife, who
maintained a home at S-nford.
Maine. had been vacationing at
the nld Fridges hmily homestead
at West Pembroke.
Mrs. Bridges apparently re returned
turned returned to Sanford without her
husband earlier last week. Offi Officials
cials Officials believed Dr. Bridges may
hAve gone fishing and fallen out
of his boat in the swift currents
of the Pennamaquan.

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McDonald To
AFL-C10 Chiefs
On Wage Increases
NEW YORK (UPI) Devil J.
McDonald, president of United
Steelworkers Union, will take the
problem his union faces in
contract talks with the steel in industry
dustry industry before the Executive
Board, of. the AFL-CIO in Wash Washington
ington Washington tomorrow.
The parent union already has
given the steelworkers its full
support in their drive for higher
wages, reduced hours of work and
other issues. On Friday the s'el
contract negotiators recessed
their talks until. Thesday so Mc McDonald
Donald McDonald could attend the high lev level
el level tmion meeting.
McDonald probsbly will outline
to the union chieftains the firm
"no wage increise", stand taken
this. year by the steel companies
All 12 steel companies in the
negotiations have told the USW
that no singe increases were jus justified
tified justified and they have received
backing in this stand from the
National Assn. of Manufacturers
ifirt leadine industry economists.
Both McDonald and Georee
Monty, president of the AEL AELCIO,
CIO, AELCIO, have called for higher
wages this year as a means of
increasing purchasing powe r.
They hsve ssid anv increase in
the ability of people to consume
would lead to greater demand for
goods end services and would re reduce
duce reduce unemployment.
The steel industry has asser't
that incresses In employment
costs would only touch. oft anoth another
er another wage-price spiral.
President Eisenhower has urg urged
ed urged both sides to come up with a
non-len,tionlry nact or face the
possibility- of government inter intervention.
vention. intervention. The steel industry has taken
this &ea as mandate to hold
the line at all costs.
However. the Prnsident also
said that he wanted a peaceful
mreement that would not nee-s
sitate a price Increase. The un union
ion union contends thp industry could
grant its demand without a price
increase.
King Crashes Party,
in Dallas Hotel,
Thrills 5choolgals
DALLAS, Tex. (UPI) King
Baudouin of Belgium reigned su suoreme
oreme suoreme todny in the teen age
hearts of the students at Dallas'
Hpckaday School for Girls.
He crashed their senior dance
Saturday night, and the hnndsome
monarch charmed the Texas
younststars.bY shaking off ilk offi.
dal duties for a few minutes of
fun.
"He's s0000 wonderful," gushed
Cindy Tally. Hockaday senior
class president.
Baduouin. one of royalty's most
eligible bachelors. marched into
the ballroom of the Stetter-Hilton
Hotel on a sudden impulse. He
had Just left ths hotel's bailout
hall where he had adciresse4 a
esthering sponsored tiv the Dallas
Council on World Affairs.
Anoarentiv attracted by the
youth and freahness of the young.
liters In their form,ls, the Mils
entered Just after the NO had
taken s break. The hill sod Fing's
bearing made practically all of
the 150 youngsters at the dance
look up stvi take notice.
Miss Tally, 17, of Fre(Pri-ks.
burg, Tex., was one of the first
to gain her romnosure and took
the situation in hand.
She warmly welcomed 1110001
and then led him around the ball ballroom
room ballroom slowly to introduce him to
her Schoolmates and their dater
When the King signaled it was
time for him to leave, she saw
him to the door.
"I'm sn'glad you could come,"
Miss Tally said, ilist as if the
King had been invited.
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GOP Counts On New Economic Gains
To Defeat Democrats' Housing Bill

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WASHINGTON (UPI) Repub Republican
lican Republican leaders said yesterday thep
were counting on new economic
and employment gains to boost
their fight against a multi-billion
dollar Democratic, housing bill
which comes up for action in the
House tomOrrow.
Neither side was willing to pre predict
dict predict victory in what could be the
bitterest budget fight of the year.
Rep. Leo E. Allen (R-III.) one
top GOP strategist, conceded the
vo.e Avould be "close."
But- he told a reporter he be believed
lieved believed that impro'ved job figures
and U.S. production gains an announced
nounced announced last week would help
chances for a more modest $1,-
300,000,000 "compromise." It is
backed by conservative Demo Democrats
crats Democrats and is accepttble to the ad administration.
ministration. administration. Allen also predicted that the
voters would help convince law lawmakers
makers lawmakers who went home for t h e
Armed Forces Day week end that
"we can have prosperity without
pumping." Backers have said the
bill would stimulate construction.
The Democratic measure! ap approved
proved approved by the House Banking
Man Kidnaps Girl
From Sunday School
Al Halliesbugr, Mo.
HATTIESBURG, Miss. (UM
A 10.year-old girk was kidnaPed
from her Sunday school class classroom
room classroom here yesterday.
Police said a Min described as
about 40-years-old. five feet, 1
inches tall and shabbily-dressed
"got the girl out of her class classroom'
room' classroom' in the Court Street Method.
ist Church.
Officers said the man was seen
taking the girl, Barbara Louise
Duff, to a late model, two-tone
green Mercury. An unidentified
woman drove the girl and man
away in the car.
A warrant was filed at the po police
lice police station here charging the two
suspects with felonious kidnaping
of the little girl.
Orficers said they thought it
micht be "a family affair.'
The girl's father, Otis Duff, di divorced
vorced divorced his wife in 1950. The moth mother,
er, mother, Er line Durelle, 38, at first had
custody of the child. However,
Duff, who remarried, gained cus custoday
today custoday of the girl in 1954
Pg lice said that since then the
father told them the mother "has
followed the family to every town
they have gone.'
Officers said the Durelle woman,.
who they described as a "tran "transient,'
sient,' "transient,' had been living in a motel
and working in a tavern here
for about two months. They de described
scribed described the woman as about five
feet, five inches tall, and weighing
110 pounds. They said her hair was
brown streaked with grey.
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Committee, would cost $2,100,000,-
000 even without administration
opposed public housing provisions
which add an additional $3,700,-
000,000 over a 40year period.
President tisenhower asked for
a $1,630,000,000 housing bill which
also omitted urban renewal and
slum clearance features of the
Democratic measure. The Senate
passed a $2,650,000,000 measure.
Chairman Brent Spence (D-Ky.)
of the banking committee agreed
there would be a 'contest' over
the housing bill. He also conceded
"softie amendments" might be
added to the measure.
But he said he felt the House
would "give some consideration'
to the fact that one bill has been
inspected by a House committee
and the other (the substitute) has
not.
Conservatives on the House
Rules Committee last week re retreated
treated retreated in the fact of threats from
Speaker Sam Rayburn (Tex.) and
finally reported out the Democrat
bill.
The improved employment fig figures
ures figures cited by Allen, released
Tuesday, showed an increase in
lobs and a drop in unemployment
twice what could be expected for
seasonal reasons alone.
A Federal Reserve Board report
Saturday Showed that output from
the nation's mills. mines and fac factories
tories factories set an April record.
Five ChiMren Die
In graze Started
Bv Mom's Cigaret
PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Five
children burned to- death yester yesterday
day yesterday in an early morning fire
which swept their third floor a apartment.
partment. apartment. Police said the fire started In
the thrpp-room apartment when
the mother. Mrs. Dorothy Stocker,
41. fell asleen on her bed with a
lighted cigaret.
The charred bottles of the chil children,
dren, children, James, 7; Marcia, 4: twin
girlq. Gale and Dale. 3: and Ste Steohanie,
ohanie, Steohanie, 17-months, were found in
the. apartment.
Detective Rocco Vivarino sal&
Mrs. Stocker awoke smelling
smoke. Shp raced downatairs to
thp second floor an,Artment of
Mrs. Willie Mae Barkly and
ro,tged her.
When the two women tried to
vet iin the ctairs. their wav was
bt no c kr,e91,ria
Yt ThthepY b ur ne dg
and fled to the street.
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TYPHOin SPREADS
Jrn-IANNESPURG, South Africa
(UP1)Tvnhold fever liss hit ji jihannesburg's
hannesburg's jihannesburg's "fort" prison, and
some reeently-released inmates
are believed to be carrying the
deadly germs into up-country dis
tricts, Acting Mayor Alex Groshet
Said.
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Infant Su ItOcales,r;
From Tangle VAli
Plastic Covering
NEW KENSINGTON, ?IL (UPI)
A 10-month old boy suffocated
today with plastic covermg
wrapped aroluid his head. the
second such death of a Pennsylvis
nia child in five days.
The child, William George
Houser, became entangled in the
plastic couch cover as he lay On
divan in his parents' home.
The child's father, James, was
sleeping in an adjacent room and
did not hear his son's cries.
Last Wednesday, Wayne 'tame
pert). 11 months old, of Baldwin.
suffocated when Iv. drew a light
plastic bag over his head. His
mother said later she had placed
five of the bags on a dresser
',bout a foot from Wayne's crib.
The hags later were found strewn
over the crib.
A recent wave of "plastic bag
deaths of children across the coml.
try has sparked a national clamor
and evoked a warning from the
National Safety Council fir par parents
ents parents to get rid of the dangerous
ba gs.
In Pittsburgh, Coroner Wirtatit
McClelland warned that the bags
were "s real menace."
A similar warning was issued
last week by state Health Seere Seeretary
tary Seeretary Charles Wilbar, in Harrill.
burg, Pa.
A dry cleaners organization in
California last week decided to
discontinue use of such bagt. Tim
Dry Cleaners Guild of Allegheny
County, Pa., was to meet this
Wednesday to reach a decision on
the same subject.
In Cleveland, Ohio, an inveiti
gation was started on the plastie
bag menace.
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'Aaron's Hot

Foit, Sticking With Pitcher
By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, May 18 RTPI) .Hank Aaron's
Imt is the hottest thing in baseimil today unless
you're talking about Joe Gordon's ears.

Aaron stretched his hitting
streak to 21 games and kept his,
batting average at .484 y,esterday
when the Milwaukee Braves beat'
'the Los Angeles Dogers, 8.3.
Hammerin' Hank brae a 2-2'
tie with a two-run homer in the
fifth inning and also contribultd
a single to Milwaukee's 14
attack.
Such devastating clutch hit.
Nig' has the Braves 212 games
in front in the National League
raceby far their best position
at this. stage of a pennant race
in three years. They trail fo'd
after 29 games by 212 in 1955
and by. two games in 1957.
But you could light a couple
of niatches on Gordon's ears beH
cause of the job the second-guessers
are doing on him in the aft aftermatit
ermatit aftermatit of the Cleveland Indians'
doubleheader split with the Bal Baltimore'
timore' Baltimore' Orioles. Gordon game un under
der under fire for sticking with rooki-e
reliever Jim Perry in an 8-7, 11-
inning, opening-game loss even
though' the Indians rebounded to
take the nightcap, 8-3, and retain
their half-game lead in the Amer American
ican American League.
Gordon stuck with Perry, re
cent hero of a Cleveland victory
over the New York Yankees e even
ven even though he served up a thtee thteerun
run thteerun ninth inning homer to Cots
Triandos that tied the scot e.
Then, with relief ace Dick Bro
doyski ready in the bullpen, he
stuck with Perry again as he fill filled
ed filled the bases with two hits and a
walk and then walked Bill Klaus
to force in the winning run.
The San Francisco Giants tool(
over second place by beating the
Cincinnati Reds, 9-1, and the
Pittsburgh Pirates split with tlle
Chicago Cubs in the other Nation National
al National League games. The Pirates
won the first game, 5-4, but the
Cubs came back to take the
aightcap, 7-6.
The Chicago White Sox beat
the Washington Senators, 20 7,
fter their eight-game winning
streak was ended, 4-2, in the o opener;
pener; opener; the Yankees won their o,
pener, 3-2, but were humiliated
10-0, by the Kansas City Athletics
in the second game and the Bos Boston.Red
ton.Red Boston.Red Sox beat-the Detroit Ti--
g,erso 10-1, in other American
League activity.
A ,crowd of 49,347 at Los Ange Angeles
les Angeles law Lew Burdette pitch his
sevtinth complete game and win
his sixth decision with an eight.
hitter. Batterymate Del Crandall,
play;ing before Fullerton, Caiif.,
towafolk, also homered and had
three singles for the Braves. Lon
Denieter and Charlie Neal hom homered
ered homered for the Dodgers who saw
Don' Drysdale suffer his fourth
defeat.
Perry's sloppy pitching w a s
the ,climax of a real "marrv'd
men vs. single men" sandlot
game in which the Indians made
three errors, the Orioles made
four and only seven of 15 runs
were earned. Vic Power drove in
three runs with a single and
triple and Minnie Minoso homer homered
ed homered in the nightcap as Gary Bell
won his third game.
Andre Rodgers hit two homers
and Willie Mays had a holder
and a double to lead a 10-hit San

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"THE OLD MAN AND
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June Laverick
"SON OF ROBIN HOOD"
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DIABLO HTS. 7:00
"IT, THE TERROR FROM
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MARGARITA 7:00
Robert Mitchum
Gene Barry
"THUNDER, ROAD"
EARAISO 7:00
Jeffrey Hunter
Nigel Patrick
.TOUNT FIVE AND DIE"

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Francisco attack that enabled stu stuMiller
Miller stuMiller to breeze to his second vic victory.
tory. victory. Miller, the soft-balling lit little
tle little righthander, limited the Reds
to five hits, struck out six and
did not issue a walk.
Bill Mazeroski drove in three
runs with two homers to help
Pittsburgh's Vern Law to his
third victory and Ernie Banks
hit his ninth as Chicago's
Glen Hobbie picked up his
fifth triumph. A total of 10
homers were hit during the
doubleheader, all but three
with the bases empty.
-
Pedro Ramos eneded the W'hite
Sox' streak with a five-hitter with
the aid of homers by Jim Lemon
and Reno Bertaia but Washington
couldn't manage a sweep in the
nightcap although Harmon Kelie Keliebrew
brew Keliebrew belted his 13th and 14th
homers. Bob Shaw was the wiri
ner for the White Sox but need needed
ed needed help from Turk Lown in the
eighth when the Senators scored
four runs. Nelson Fox had four
hits and Sherman Lollar three to
lead t'hicago's 13-hit attack.
Bob Grim pitched a two-bitter
and Dick Williams slammed a
three-run homer for the Athletics
after the Yankees pulled out tne
opener with a three-run ninth-inning
rally. Bud Daley had ,tile
Yankees shut out with three bits
until the ninth when a walk and
singles by Enos Salughter, Bill
iShowron, Don Larsen and Hank
Bauer produced the Nevr
victory.
Dick Gernert hit a homer and
three singles and Marty Keough
also homered as the' Red Sox
snapped a five game losing
streak. Ike Deloek pitched a 'six
hitter for his fourth win whhe
Paul FoytaCk suffered his fifth
'loss for the 'Tigers.

'Money-in-The-Bank'
Guarantee May Save
Robinson's Crown

By JACK, CUDDY
NEW YORK (UPI) Sugar
Ray Robinson's middleweight title
may be saved today by an "inthe-bank"
guarantee of $225,000 to
Carmen Basilic) for a Philadelphia
fight Sept. 21.
Robinson has been ordered to'
appear before the New York State
Athletic -commission and sliew
proof of an all-out effort to ar arrange
range arrange a Basilio fightlest his title
be vacated.
Sugar Ray is still champion in
New York state although the Na National
tional National Boxing Assn. stripped him
of his crown on May 4 for failure
to defend. New York is not a
member of the NBA.
Money for the $225,000 guaran guaranteelargest
teelargest guaranteelargest purse in ex-champion
,Basilio's careerhas been placed
'in the Chemical Corn Exchange
Bank of New York by Irving B.
Kahn. Ile is president of the leie
Prompter Corporation, which te!e te!evised
vised te!evised big fights to theatres.
"I'll be present, at today's
hearing," Kahn, said. "And I'll
tell the commission of this moneyin-the-bank
guarantee.
Kahn explained he was putting
up this $225,000 guarantee because
,Basilio and his co-managers nave
,been refusing to negotiate for the
'bout with Philadelphia promoter
Sam Rose on grounds that Roinn Roinnson's
son's Roinnson's offer of a guarantee was
"phony."
"I am putting up my ONVII
money," Kahn stressed. "It will
be returned to me before the fight
by Teleprompters' board of direc directors,
tors, directors, when we buy the rights for
theatre-TV, movies and radio to
the fight."
, Last week Teleprompter bought
similar rights to next month's
Floyd Patterson-Ingemar JOIlan3
son heavyweight title bout for
$300,000 and certain percentages.
Robinson, who signed last week
at Philadelphia for the Rambo
fight, is getting no guarantee.
lie is taking 45 per c,ent of net
receipts from the gate, theatre-TV,
movies and radio. Basilio is being
offered the $225,000 guarantee
against 20 per cent of the total
net, which might exceed the guarantee.

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Pitt Boone in
MARDI GRAS"
Brian Keith in
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BIG TOWN BOY Bumper-to
bumper traffic accompanied
Ingemar Johanssh in his early
road work in Central Park,
New York. The Swede bids for
Floyd Patterson's heavyweight
championship at Yankee Sta Stadium,
dium, Stadium, June 25.

LEADING
HITTERS

(Bawd on 75 official at bats)
National League
G Ab R H Pct.
Aaron, Mil 29 124 24 60 .484
Burgess, Pit. 28 93 11 36 .387
Mays, S. F. 32 132 25 46 .348
Temple, Cin. 31 127 23 43 .339
Pinson, Cin 31 128 26 43 .336
Crandall, Mil. 29 113 16 37 .327
Cimo li, St. L. 32 129 21 42 .326
D'meter, L. S. 32 124 23 40 .323
Bruton, Mil. 24 96 18 31 .323
Gr'mas, St. L. 31 83 8 26 .313

Amrian heakile
Kuenn, Det. 24 94 12 38 .404
Fox, Chi. 32 143 19 49 .366
Maris, K. C. 30 117 24 40 .342
Ka line, Det. 30 123 12 42 .341
Colavito, Cle. 29 117 23 39 .333
Runnels, Bos. 30 114 19 38 .333
Power, Cie. 29 114 27 40 .323
Strekad, Ce 29 103 20 33 .320
Gernert, Bos. 28 98 17 31 .316
Skowron, N. Y. 22 83 10 26 .313
Tuttle, K. C. .28 80 15 25 .313

Runs Batted In

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs
Aaron, Braves
Robinson, Reds
Demeter. Dodgers
Mays, Giants

AMERICAN, LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Tilandos, Orioles
Cretv, Athletics
lemon, Senators
Allison, Senators

HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE

Mathews, Braves
Aaron, Braves
Demeter, Dodgers
Banks, Cubs
Robinson, Reds

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senator
Colavito, Indians
Jefisen, Red Sox
Maris, Athletics
Lemon, Senators

LEADING

Tmt PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDINT DAILY 7awsrna,

35
34
32
32
31

31
n

25
25
24

14
11
9

9
8

14

11

9
9

9

(Based on 3 or moro docisions)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W I Pct.
Face, Pirates 6 0 1.000
Rush, Braves 11 0 1.000
Klippstein, Dodgers 3 0 1.000
Mizell, Cardinals 4 1 .800
Burdette, Braves 6 2 .750

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Whilhelm, 0.rioles 5 0 1.000
Lish, Indians 5 0 1.000
Larsen, Yankees 3 0 1.000
Shaw. White Sox 3 0 1.000
Walker, Orioles 3 0 1.000

ROUGH ON ROCKS Spectators on the shore share the excitement of Patricia and Donald
Pratt as the Milfrod. Conn., couple compete in the third annual Eastern White Water Slalom
Championship on the West River, hard by Jamaise. Vt. The route really rocks the canoe.

JC Whips Atlantic AC
To Win Own Tournament

The Green Devils of the Canal
Zone Junior College defeated the
Atlantic Athletic Club by the
score of 72-49 and thereby took
the championship for this year's
Junior College Invitational Basket Basketball
ball Basketball Tournament.
Cary Alexander was high point
man for J.C. with 23, Don Acx
ander picked up 22 and Jack Pe
rantie was good for 15 marliers
for the winners. Dave Ingram
and Lou Hooper led the Atlantic
attack with nine points apiece.
The Devils led in every quarter-22-15
in the first, 39-25 2t
half-time, and 53-37 at the end of
the third stanza.

In review the tournament went
as folloys:
1St Game Canal Zone Jun Junior
ior Junior College 55, Marine Barracks
of 15th N.D. 29.
2nd Game Cristobal High 48,
5700 Support Squadron of Al
brook A.F.C. 45,
3rd Game Battery D 517th
KA. of Ft. Amador 42, Baiboa
High 38.
4th Game atlantic Athletic
Club 59, Balboa Athletic Club 35.
5th Game Junior College 58,
Cristobal High 41.
6th Game Athletic Club (At (Atlantic)
lantic) (Atlantic) 64, Battery D 527th KA.
Ft. Amador 52.
Final game Junior College
72, Athletic Club 49.
The championship team, Junior
College, was presented a beauti beautiful
ful beautiful team trophy and individual
trophies for each member of the
squad. The runnerup team re received
ceived received a smaller trophy of the
same design and Don Alexander
was aivarded the trophy for ,the
most outstanding player in the
tournament.
Roger C. Hackett, dean of the
Canal Zone Junior College, pre presented
sented presented the award.
Tournament director Stewart J.,
Brown expressed sincere thanks
to all the participants and spec spectators
tators spectators who contributed to the
tournament's success. The direc director
tor director also conveyed his regrets to
the many teams that desired in invitations
vitations invitations to participate in the e

Heavyweight .Bouts
Tops This' Week's
Boxing Prograins

NEW YOR K(UPI) Heavy Heavyweights
weights Heavyweights will command the most
boxing attention this week.
Fifth-ranking Eddie Machen of
Redding, Calif,, meets unrated but
ambitious Reuben Vargas of Rich Richmond,
mond, Richmond, Calif., at the San Francisct
Cow Palace, Wednesday' night, for
a nationally televised (ABC) 10-
rounder.
Boxing resumes at Machsvn
zsquare Garden Friday night, aft after
er after an eight-week lapse. Heavy Heavyweight
weight Heavyweight Alex Miteff of Argentina
engages substitute Wayne Bethea
of Nw York in a nationally tele televisd
visd televisd and broadcast (NBCy
rounder.
Bethea replaced contender Zora
Trolley of Chandler, Ariz., who
suffered an arm injury in training.
A good middleweight bout is
slated for Dallas, Tex., Monoay
night. Sixth-ranking Joey Giambra,
now living in Dallas, meets veter veteran
an veteran Ralph Tiger Jones of St. Al Albans,
bans, Albans, N.Y.

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The box score:

Canal. Zone Junior College

Player
Perantie,
Best, B.
Alexander, Don
Alexander, Gary
Gibson, W.
Mead, R.
Spurlock, B.
Primble, G.
Whitman, J.
Benson, J.

Totals

Atlantic Athletic Club

Fg Ft Pf Tot
7 1 1 15
3 2 1 8
7 8 4 22
8 7 1 23
1 0 4 2
0 0 0 0
1 0 1 2
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0

Hatgi, J. 3 0
De Deaux, L. 3 0
Hooper, L. 4 1
Downing, G. 0 0
Ruoff, J. 2 3
Quezada, R. 2 2
Ingram, D. 3 3
Palumbo, L. 0 0
Moser, P. 3 0

27 18 12 72

Race Driver Die's
Of Injuries, Burns
Suffered On May 1

4 6
2 6
3 9
4 0
4 V
5
3 9
1,0
1'

Totals 20 9 27 49

INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) Race
driver Jerry Unser died Sunday
of burns and injuries suffered May
2 in a rrash at the Indianapolis
Speedway las he practiced for the
1959 Memria' Day 500-mile 'speed
classic.
Unser sustained first degree
burns over 35 per cent of his body
when his roadster crashed and
burst into flames on the northwest
turn of the speedway. He had lyeen
in a coma for several days before
death.
Unser, 26, Long Beach, Calif.,
died as the track opened lor
the second day of qualifications
for the May 30 race, and was ita itamediately
mediately itamediately marred by a crackup.
Johnnie To Ian, 40, Norwalk,
Calif., the first driver to attempt
to quality Sunday, was involved
in a crash along the outside n ntaining
taining ntaining wall of the southeast turn
However, he climbed out of his
auto unhurt.

To Ian's accident was the second
smashup in as many days at the
speedway. National driving cham
pion Tony Bettenhausen, Tiniey
Park, crashed shortly before
the time trials began Saturday,
but escaped major injury.
Unser was the first fatality in a
practice, warm-up session at the
track since Keith Andrews died
tyo years ago.
He had hoped to make his sec second
ond second try for the speedway crown
this year. Last year, as a rookie,
he was involved in the spectacular
first lap, multiple car crash in
which Pat O'Connor was kilted.
Unser's auto then went over a
wall.
Unser, tbe 1957 National Stock
Car champion, also was involved
in another crackup only last month
at the International SpeedwaY,
Daytona, Fla., but he walked away
unhurt.
Although a rookie in the.1958
"500," Unser had been racing for
20 years. He was a member of a
well-known family prominent for
years in the Pike's Peak climb at
Colorado Springs, Colo., where he
was born.

Humberto Robinson
Traded To Phi Illes
For Granny Hamner

:NEW YORK, May 18 (UPI)
,The Philadelphia Phi hays
sent veteran Infielder Granny
Hamnor to Clove land for pitch.
or Humberto Robinson. The
32-yearold Hammir was a mem.
ber of the "Whiz Kids" telill
which won tho National Loops,
Ponnat lo 195.

ioe Gibson Blanks
Havana 1-0 To Win
Back Starling Job

NEW YORK, May 18
Lefty Joe Gibbon of the Columbus
Jets, who lost his spot as a start starting
ing starting pitcher because of three
straight setbacks, figures he's got
it back again today on the
strength of a Towerful, five
shutout over the Cuban Sugar
Kings.
' Gibbon, who had a 6-13 record
last year along with a 3.80 earned
run average, be-'ed Vicente Amor
of Havana in r old fashioned
pitchers battle in Havana yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. A six-four, 210-nounder from,
Hickory, Miss., Gibbon scored the
game's only run in the top of the
ninth by opening the frame with
a single. He moved up to second
on a sacrifice. advanced to third
on a wild pitch and scored on Ni Nino
no Nino Escalera's infield out. The vic victory
tory victory was only his second in five
decisions. He won his first start
of the season and then was knock knocked
ed knocked out of the box three straight
times.
The Sugar Kings won the open opening
ing opening game in their International
League doubleheader, also by a
1-0 score with Raul Sanchez, who
took,k over, for Walt Craddock ,in
the 'first-inning, gettifig the vic victory
tory victory over Dick Lines. Havana scor
ed with what proved to be the on only
ly only run of the game in the first
inning on a three-base error by
Joe Christopher and Dan More Morejon's
jon's Morejon's single.
In other games. the Montreal
Royals scored a 7-6 victory over
Buffalo in the first game of their
twin bill, but the Bisons took the
n;ghtcan, 6-3; the Rochester Red
Wines beat the Toronto 'Maple
Leafs twice, 8-1 and 6-2, and
tho vireinians the second, 1-0. (
The Montreal Buffalo split still
left Miami a comfortable three threegames
games threegames in front of the second-place
Bisons, while the third-olace Red
Wings picked up some ground by
vweeping their doubleheader. The
Red Wings now have won 17 of
'r games and Bob Xegan and Bob
Miller. who 'Melted trp Yesterday's
decisions, have w,on nine of the
games between .them.
Richtnond and Montreal still are
tied for fourth nlace behind Bo Boehester,
ehester, Boehester, while Columbus is sivth.
Toronto seventh and Havana last
in the standings.

WINS WOMEN'S TENNIS
BERLIN. (TTPI) Mimi Arnold
(4 Perinod CiY Calif.. defeated
Marla Hartig of Germany, 6-0, 6-2,
Thursday in a WOMPIN nrelimin nreliminqry
qry nreliminqry round on the opening day of
the Tnternational Tennis Tournament.

AYALA SEEDED FIRST
(UPI) Lida Ayala of
Chile hag hoen aeeded firat for
the elimination sinEles in the In Intprn,tional
tprn,tional Intprn,tional Tennft TolmnAmort
of France. May 19-31 Jon Dona lag.
of Santa Monica, wag geed.
ed soventh and Budge Patty of
Loa Angeles. eighth.

- National Lingue.'

- National Loaguo
Turns W k Pct. GB
Milwaukoo 19 10 .655 t-
San Francisco 18 14 .563 2W
Los Angeles 18 16 529 314
Cincinnati 16 IS .516 4
Chicago 18 17 ,514 4
Pittsburgh 15 16 .484 5
St. Louis 12 20 .375 812
Philadiaphia 11 19 .367. 812

Today's Games
Cincinnati at Los Angeles (N)
Milwaukee at San Francisco,
Only games scheduled.
Yesterday's Results
(First Gams 1s
Pittsburgh 010 211 000-5 9
Chicago 010 011 001-4 1 1
Law (3-1), Face and Burgess
and Folks.
Anderson (2-2), Porterfield, Buz Buzhardt
hardt Buzhardt and S. Taylor.
(Second Game)
Pittsburgh 100 111 011-6 10 1
Chicago 000 230 20x-7 9 0
Daniel (1-2), Smith and Bur Burgess.
gess. Burgess. Hobbie (5-5), Henry and S. Tay
lor.

Cincinnati 100 000 000-1 5 2
San Francisco 300 020 40x-9 10 1
Purkey (4-4), Acker, Rudolph,
Jeffcoat and Bailey.
Miller (2-0) and Schmidt.

.

Milwaukee 100 121 030-8 14 0
Los Angeles 010 100 010-3 8 1
Burdette (6-2) and Crandall.
Drysdale (3-4), Fowler, Snyder
and Pignatano.
Philadelphia at St. Louis (POst (POstponed,
poned, (POstponed, rain).

SAUER FINED
SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) Out Outfielder
fielder Outfielder Hank Sauer of the. San
Francisco Giants said Thursday
he was fined $10 for fraternizing
with Los Angeles Dodger coach
Pee Wee Reese before the last
game of the -rec,ent series here.
Sauer said an unidentified umpire
was sitting in the stands and saw

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Pee Wee Reese before the last Cleveland 002 101 400-8 11 0
( Second Ga me)
game of the -recent series here. Baltimore 002 000 100-3 7 0
Sauer said an unidentified umpire Bell (3-2) and Nixon. ...
was sitting in the stands and saw Pappas (4-1), Johnson, Harsh-
.
him exchange words with Reese. man and Triandos.

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By RAY AYRES
BALTIMORE (UPI) Royal
Orbit, galloping four-length win winner
ner winner of Saturday's 61909300 Presk Presk;less
;less Presk;less Stakes, should- have won the
Kentucky Derby as well, trainer
Reggie Cornell claimed Sunday.
"I thought he should have
won down below. He never got
loose until the eighth pole and he
only was beaten about three
lengths," Cornell pointed out while
awaiting a van to haul Royal Or Or'bit
'bit Or'bit to the local airport for the
short flight to Belmont Park.
The copper coated son of Royal
Charger next will start in the
Peter Pan Handicap at the Leing
Island track on June 6 apd a wdek
later go after the third rewel in
the Triple Crown,' the Belmont
Stakes.

Cits Derby Bumping,
"Every time Ro
to move in the Derby he was
3'al Orbit tried
stopped," Cornell said. "He got hit
pretty good on the first turn and
clobbered again on the second.
The chart says he was 15 lengihs
out of it at the five-eighths pole
but I'll swear it was closer to 'N.
Look how many lengths he made
up without a good chance to run.
'Here he did," said the trainer
who a year ago stood in -about
the same place in the stable area
at Pimlico watching another horse
graze on the end of the long rope.
That was Silky Sullivan who
was supposed to come roaring
from the rear in the Kentucky Dcr
by and Preakness but never raised
a gallop.

1
American League 4.
Yawns I W L. Pct. GB
Cleveland IP 10 ASS
Chicago 20 12 .625 14
Baltimore 111 14 ,.563 21a
Washington 17, 17.500 412 : 4'
Kansas City IS 16 .467 511 4
Boston 13 17 .433 Ws :
Now' York 12 17. .414 7
Detroit 10 20 .333 VA
Today's Games WINO
;P
Chicago at Washington (N)
Cleveland at Baltimoe (N) ;74
Detrpit at Boston
Only games schedule&
Yesterday's liesults 4)
(First Game)
Chicago, 100 000 010-2 5 1
Washington 031 000 00k:-41 7 0
Donovan (1-2), Staley, ',atm. a4i
and Battey, Lollar. 46
46
Ramos (4-4) and Porter.

st
is
(Second Game) is
Chicago 101 013 202-10 13 1 ::
Washington 002 000 140 7 15 1 4
Shaw (3-0), Lown and Lollar. ::
Fischer (3-1), Clevenger, Hyde,--- o
Romonosky and Porter.
,
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this year, was all right and hnd
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' Santa Dant 11. de P. Phase Pa PaNaeta
Naeta PaNaeta 1-1177 ettatelkal 1.1171.
Faster cattalaa; listweito Santa
Clara and Rio Hate. Naw low
rates. Phan Salim 11166.
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Hous'es
FOR RENT:Vacation quarters
three badroonts, fully furnishod;
throughout juna,L'July, Autust.,
Balboa 3079.
:
R RENT:Vatation quarters.
a a 1 to Soot. 1. Lakeview Cot
yea in Gatun, maid included.
one 5-188.
FOR RENT:'--Colookiltali .ful;:o
niahed 2 bodroons house for six
months, starting May 25,- nico
neighborhood, 9511 ONO No.
43, $185.00, Tel. 3-4994. of office
fice office hours.
'Commercial Sites'
FOR RENT: Professional or
commercial Niro on ground floor
Edificie tirraci. corner Ave. Bel Belloos
loos Belloos and Federico Boyd, 82 square
meters, 8125.00. Call Panama
3-7038.
FOR RENT:-316.80 square
meters, suitable for a warehouse
workshop, garage, S Street, bet between
ween between Automobile Road and Fran Frangipani
gipani Frangipani Street, close to Auto
Servicic 'SUL Phone 2-0481
office hours.
Rooms
FOR RENT:Clean furnished
room. Cooking facilitios. Bachelor
or childless couple, 43rd Street
No. 13.
M'rr7r7.17:
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MAN WITH A DREAMA.
William Hajjar, professor of
architec tu re at Pennsylvania
State University, is the man
behind a new idea in buildings
"air-wall construction." That
means enclosing an entire
building in a "skin of glass" to
control heating and cooling. An
experimental ,dwelling is to be
erected on the campus this year.
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FOR SALE
CORKBOARD
AND 1
FIBERGLA SS
FOR INSMATION
tiojalateria Panami, S. A.
Calle 85 y Transistmles
Teta. 3-6122 y 3-6123

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Gibraltar Lite Ins. Co..
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Apattments

FOR RINTt---Modern and at attractive
tractive attractive ono-bedroom apartments
In new "HISPERIA" Building,
5-1 Street, El Cangre with
km water connections. laundry'
iences, garage, etc. 'tor in information
formation information call Tel. 1-6634.
FOR RENTP Two Bedroom Apt.
Hot water instalation, with boat boater,
er, boater, large porch, maid's room,
Elovator sorvice. Two, bath bathrooms
rooms bathrooms perfact condition. Edi Edificio
ficio Edificio Campo Alegre, Via Espaila
across The Panama Hilton --
Tel. 3-1409. Ask for Altman.
FOR RENT: One bedroom apart.
potent living dining room, kit.
chen, maid's room, garage. hot
water. Via Aigentina "Maru la
Buildings." $75.00 Phone
1-4994, Sr. Sastre.
FOR RENT: A complete furnish furnished
ed furnished apartment, with hot water,
Calle 2a. Ferry Hill. Tel.-2-271S
and after 5 p.m. call 3-2694.
FOR RENT:A large, comfort.
able apartment. It has one Isesl Iseslroom,
room, Iseslroom, closet, living rOOM,
ming loam, Porch, and kitchen.
All furnished. Will rent only to
a serious and responsible person.
La Cresta Avenida Jose Gabriel
Duque No. 32. Telephones Par&
ems 3-0 043 and 2-1045.
FOR RENT;--SMall two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, Iwo near td
Paititb colleges. Information
aSitk. Street No. SS, Fajta la.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartmeni, living-dining room,
balcony. El Caner. Eusebio A.
Morales Ave. "Victoria Apart Apartments."
ments." Apartments." Tel. 3-7138.
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished s
apartment, hot water, garage,
ground or opper floor, 30, Ecua Ecuador
dor Ecuador Ave.
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Animals
FOR, SALE:A.K.C. registered
Boston Terrier puppies to approv approved
ed approved homes. Call Navy' 3165 for
appointment.
FOR SALE: Black Cocker Spaniel
Pedigree PuPPY. 212 months old.
Phone Curundu 2198,
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FOREIGN GUEST-m.3. Eliz Elizabeth
abeth Elizabeth Gray Vining, Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia Quaker who taught Prince
Akibito of Japan during his
formative years, is the only for foreigner
eigner foreigner invited to his widding
FOR RENT
Tin t' 7'10 So. Ft. of modern
office space on second floor
of new "ELGA" Building
Large private parking area
s in rear Janitor and night
watchman services Air
Conditioning optional Via
Espaiia on 46th block
ELGA, S.A."
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,AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes
Service Personnel
Finance Your New Or
Used ,Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
on new ears
AGENCY DEIILINGER
No, 43 Autothoblie Row
Phone 3.4984 3-4983
All 'Types of Auto insurance
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WiSH111.11L. THINKING
GENEVA (UPI) -- How rumors
start! Word passed at the well
filled Press Center Bar yesterday
that the lost and found depart department
ment department was holding a'pair of ladies
pants.
A cheek showed there had been
a mil-translation. The lost and
found department said it had a
pair of ladies gants--Freneh for
gloves.

Auioniobile

FOR SALL-1956 Plyinowith 4-
door sedan. 6 ay!. standard shift
wigoot tires. Cali Craton $.490
or Qtrs. 216-1. Si Wirt St. Gatos
61100.00.
FOR SALEP-1953 Chown lot.
two door, radio. white side walla,
duty, Pali, 5.000 mks, toll 3-
7435.
FOR SALE: 195t Chevrolet
Bel-Air, 4 door sedan, 6 cylinder.'
standard transmission. 61450.
Se. Beason, Redman 3252.
FOR SALE:-1957 bodge, Cul.
tom Royal Lancer, 2 doors hard..
top, 211,000 miles, 1 wiser. res,.
dio, Hi-FL speakers. heater, pak.
dad dash, torque flits transmits..
lion. white sidewalk, $2,0110
cash, blue book value.' Phone
Navy 3394.
FOR SALL-1950 Cadillai mt.
dan, new talipalge. Excellont time
and engine, good economical
transportation, MO, best Hon
84-8159 am at 9I6-C Roes.
FOR SALE:---1953 White Im Impala
pala Impala convertible Chevrolet Lead-.
es1 reasonable. leaving June 11)
call Cristobal 3-3207.
FOR SALE:-1951 Pontiac so sodim,
dim, sodim, two elope, good condition.
Tel. 3-6543.
KM SALL-1959 Fiat in flood
condition. Reasonable. Ft. Gulick
08354.
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet
Impel a, powerglide, power
brakes, POW., stserioo, wonder wonderbar
bar wonderbar radio, rear speaker, white
sidewalls, heater. 17,500 miles.
$2350.00. Call Ft. Rabbi' 5171.
FOR SALLSonbeam Alpine.
spot cart in fine condition. For
information call 3-1141 botween
9 and 5 p.m. and after 5 p.m.
3-3069.
$BUY & SAVE MONEY ROMS
$$AUTOS EISENMAN, S.A.$$
1958 Chivrolet Bel-Air 4D1t,
HT, dual speakers radio, totem'.
WSW tires, leather uohuisterb
Excellent condition.
1958 Dodge "Coronet" HT
Cps., Power steering ,ft brakes,
torque Hite, radio, WSW tires,
Plastic seat-covers. Excellent
mechanical condition.
1957 Plymouth, 'Placa", ratio.
WS wall ticks, 6 eyl., Exes !lent
condition.' Tutone:
1957 Oldsmobile Station Wagon,
4DR, HT, WSW tires, "Fiesta'',
power. brakes it' steering, low
mileage, radio, power packed.
Very good car.
II57 Chevrolet, 4Dr, Station
Wagon, 6 cyl., atand. trans. ra ra,dio,
,dio, ra,dio, WSW tires.
1957 Chayrolot-Station Wagon,
2DR, 6 cyl. stand., trans. radio,
WSW tiros, Vary oconomical
car.
1957 Ford, 4-Door, Custom line,
6cyl. tend. trans. radio, WSW
tires, Excellent condition.
1957 Chevrolet "Poworg
6cyl. radio, WSW tiros, Very
good buy.
1955 Ford Convertible "Sun "Sunliner"
liner" "Sunliner" stand. trans. 8 cyl. radio.
WSW tiros.
1955 Ford "Victoria" HT
Coupe, Fordomatie-trans.
rodio, WSW Nies. Excellont
condition:
1956 Pontiac "Catalina" 4DR,
HT V8, Hydramatic trans., rip.
Wisw
See Johnny Hall.
Sales Manner
Open all do. Next to COCO Cola
Co. Te Is. Pena. 2-2616 2-4966.
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American Life
Insurance Company
MILITARY PERSONNEL
For similar basic low NSLI
rates charged by the govern governxnent
xnent governxnent diming W. W.
Phoni ,anytime Panama
, 4-0430
PARENTS FLEE ?,
BERLIN (UPI) A Commu Communist
nist Communist newspaper disclosed teds,
that the parents 'et an- East Ger,
man student fled to, the West
after their NA wee sentenced to
seven Ind one-hall years in pris prison
on prison for Alleged political 'crimes.
The East newspaper,
Berliner, Zeitting, said the parents
of Hanslutz Dalpke, 20, had gone
to West Berlin. Dalpke was
member of a group of students
in the East Gerthan city of Dres Dresden
den Dresden charged with attempts to
overthrow the Comnumist state
last April.

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Miscellaneous
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!out 1m-ftchild's crib with
mattrossOnatching dream', Slant.
Rite canines. excetiont eosin.
- Pisa. 3-31116.
FOR MLE:v-15 Venetian blinds.
Mahogany dining old wish 6
chairs. Mahogany wall shelf.
Gonorator 60 cycle. 110 looks.
17.4 AMPS. House 1576-A, &-
vitae Road.
SALE:---Rose bushes and
other plants. Tel. 13-7219
2031 Curundu.
FOR SA1.1:Frieldaire all per.
'slain Sep d compartments
- for freezer. $60.00 45th. Street
' 45. Bella Vista.
FOR' SALIE3---Frieklairs 7 eth
$75.00. Tea Cart metal $10.00.
alba& 2-37611 some see.
FOR GI. refrigerator
60 cycle, $40.00. Apt. 0257-A.
Gamboa. Phone 6-351.
SALE:---2 Sinew sowing
machines, 2 aluminum Venetian
blinds 5' long 712' wiilo, I,5P
long 6' wide. as is. House 5409.
Diablo Heights, Tal. 2-3012.
FOR SALLAssorted metal and
wood Venetian blinds. fee four
family or Duplex quarters. Cheap.
Call Balboa 3689. hews 0860-A.
FOR SALE:Steree mord play.
or, four-spood, comlanation ra--
die speakor, records. $175 sash.
Cooper, Balboa 3624.
FOR SALE!---Heathkit 25 watt
amplifier and preamp. Like now
510 00.0 Garrard changer ItC18
525.00, 2-3290, 5775-1, Dia.
blo.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANT
OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS
FOR SALE
Sealed bids, for opening in Pub Pub'yic,
'yic, Pub'yic, will be received until 10:30
a.m., May 22, 1959, in the of.
fice of Superintendent, Store Storehouse
house Storehouse Brooch, for anvil; blowers;
piledriver hammers; Pneumatic
hammers; motorcycles; Piano;
electric plant; pumps; electrie
refrigerator theater seats; sedans;
wrench and pavement breaker;
autoclave; lathe; conveyor tables;
launches; electric motors; mis miscellaneous
cellaneous miscellaneous electrical parts -and
'various machines Including sheet
metal cutting; sanding; sash
tickler: avoiding and milling; In Invitation'
vitation' Invitation' No. S-59-432 may to
obtained from office of Super.
intendent, Storehouse Smock
tttiPlecnt ;4086140'Y' tmt.'d
Special Offers
WANTED;--Young woman with
knowledge, of beauty mafters, to
take extensive course ho the line.
job pays good salary with travel
posibilities. Virhe with photo en.
closed, and giving important
details to apartado 1194,
WANTED: -- Spanish, English
spoaking bookkeepor accountant
for employmont Balboa must typo
answer with qualifications and
salary coattail Box 5011 Cris Cristobal,
tobal, Cristobal, CZ.
Boots Motors
FOB SALE: Landing barge
LCM6 with 2 gray marine diesel
motors ;25 HP hull and motors
in perfect condition. Apply
Blok Agencies. Telephone Pan.
ana 3-3397 or 1-7259 or Bal.
boa 3719.
FOR SALE:---Sistoon foot out outboard
board outboard runabout with thirtY bone bonepowor
powor bonepowor Johnson olefins and fem.
tory trailer. Pell in good sham
S650.00 compists. House 8545
Margarita ohms 3-2349.

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:IFOR SA 14-Hi-1111, (teasels typs.
Alta twii team!" gages with
ohmic Call Balboa 1194.
FOR SALR:Mahotant
room soil. couch. two chain in inscraping
scraping inscraping cushions. Exc. Vont
condition. 2471-A Coco Navy
3165.
FOR SAL1:--1 piece dining room
5150.00. Automatit dish
washer like new, M.O. Alu Aluminum
minum Aluminum Venetian blinds lames,
tables. ether atticies. Tel. I.
1-2735.
FOR SALE:Twe arlielning dia dialog
log dialog harks, used togethor or sep separately,
arately, separately, wroght iron kgs. 111.00.
Steel Ituffet, (Quartermaster)
115.00. Balboa 2409.
FOR SALE:Various household
goods: table and chairs, writing
desks, work bench, sewing ma machine,
chine, machine, lamps, etc. 1540 Mango
Street, Balboa. 10:00' to 12:00
and 3:00 to 6:00. Phone Rallies
2847.
FOR SALE: Leaving lethrnus.
Furniture in excellent condi.
tion. Phone 3-3936, Sirs. M. A Arosomena.
rosomena. Arosomena. SALE:Lesvin, Isthmus.
Must sell. lomiht automatio
wash's,. MM. Bathos 4257.
FOR SALE: Kitchen tables
$33.00; Moral u r u a
$15.00; Bunk boas $44.00;
nsahogany wardrobe $25.00; mo modem
dem modem w r sight iron chairs
$19 00; double beds wspring
$125.00; kroson stovos
$19.00; small tables $5.50; Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood 'bode wnow mattross
$49.00; nits tables $12.50;
mattress $6.50; now golding bads
S27.00; pillows $1.25; 'also
-lovely living and dining room sobs
chromo dinotte sots in beautiful
colors, innerspring maftresses
EASY PAYMENTS WE RE RECONDITION
CONDITION RECONDITION MATTRESSES
Household Exchanoe, National
Ave. Telt. 3-4911 and 3-734$.
FOR SALE:G.1. rotrigerator
$90. Kenmore automatic washer
SSO GI. range $20, attor 4:00
p.m. Gamboa 6-19E.
FOR SALEIComplea dining
1 room dream color, loppautifut
-pinkbedroont sot, kitchen sabinot.
Information Via hpaAa, OreuiPisa
Retained.
FOR SALE:Sis strand Rattan
livingroom set. blonde twin bed
aot, Frigid. automatic all por porcolein
colein porcolein washor,,, Mime household
kook.. toeso-buoise Ave. No. 11
-Apt. 4.
SERVICES
TELEVISION SERVICE
TV. -Radios. Trentham
suecialist. We service all makes
and models. We don't pretend te
guarantee our work. We guar guarantee
antee guarantee it.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES. Tivoli
Ave. IS-20. Tel. 2-1905.
Having trouble with your TV,
14141, or Radio? Call U.S. TELE TELEVISION
VISION TELEVISION Customer's satisfaction
Workmanship guprrenteed. Fast
Homo Service. Phone 3-7607
Panama. 9 a.m. to I.0 p.m.
Protect your home end proper.
ty against Instil damag
Prompt scientific treatment on
emergency er monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service.
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
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Real Estate

FOR SAUltrLets 500 and 1.000'
meters. the Neese Hipdromo
Urbanisitle. sense the Renton
Racetrack. All lets whb street
fronts; Pewees. water main and
aleatrickY. Call W. Mclareolt
Tel. 4-097d.
FOR SALlb-24 acres clean titlo
7 miles from tannic All kinds
of citrus, coffee, lots of water,
road throught C.Z. Suitablo for
chickens:no moseuitos Sas Mrs.
Lillian Taylor, IS-I 8 Central
A third floor. After COO
P.m.
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Worried about time pimples,
blackheads Etc? Got CloarasiL
We've sot it! CANAL ZONE
PHARMACY ($1.12)
Those 'Tristan" Tablets you've
been hearing so much about...
We've got it! CANAL ZONE
PHARMACY MAC.
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WANTED:Donations for W.
C. Thrift Shop. Call 1-3465.
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!DETERMINED Margaret!
i Gray finally saw the results of
!her work. A secretary attached
ito the Titan ICBM project In;
'Denver, Colo, she took two
'reeks' vacation and traveled to
Cocoa, Plc There she watched'
: the sccessful .firing of n Titamj

Farmer Quizzed By FBI On Lynching
In Serious Shape With Brain Ailment

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PIPLARVILLE, Miss. (UPI)
A farm worker, who was grilled
by FBI agents about the lynching
of Mack Charles Parker, was re reported
ported reported in serious condition to today
day today after suffering a cerebral
hemorrha ge.
Arthur Smith, about 32, was
hospitalized here after being inter interrogated
rogated interrogated by the'FBI. His physician,
who asked to be unnamed, said,:
"The cerebral hemorrhage was
brought on by extremely high
blood pressure, and it's very possi possible
ble possible this was the result of intensive
questioning by the FBI.'
Smith was rushed to a hospital
Saturday afternoon and his doctor
said he would reach a crisis within
72 hours after the attack when his
condition will either improve or
worsen.
The physician saki Smith had
lost all power of speech and only
muttered and made noises. He
added that Smith recognized only
his wife.
Smith's brother, Cecil, said: "Ar "Arthur
thur "Arthur was a husky, healthy man
who's never been hospitalized. It
looks like to me they've got to
leave Arthur alone now.'
Cecil said his brother had been
questioned "several times" by the
FBI and one time was kept all
night, and brought home at dawn.
He added that their mother was
"on the verve of a breakdown"
because of the FBI's grilling.
The latest disclosure of question questionine
ine questionine of a Poplarville citizen by the
FBI came as a break in the
lynching case was reported immi imminent.
nent. imminent. An authoritative source
close .to the investigation of the
Negro's jailhouse abduction and
slaying said at least seven Mis Mississippians
sissippians Mississippians would be arrested
"pretty soon.t
Parker,. was awaiting trial for
raping the pregnant ,wife of a white
guitar layer ln hill-biliv band
when he was abducted from his
tell,
Witnesses said there were nine
or 10 hooded 'white men in the
lynch tint', The Negro's bullet bulletpierced
pierced bulletpierced body was found in the
nearby Pearl River, the southern southernmost
most southernmost 'boundary between Mississip Mississippi
pi Mississippi and Louisiana.
Meanwhile, the FBI's probe of
the case drew afi attack from a
Mississippi official. Dist. Atty, Ver.
non Broome of Columbia, Miss.,
said:
"I have had several complaints
about the FBI's tractics and we
are tieriously considering what to

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INVESTOR'S
GUIDE
Q. put 61,500 into the bank In
1955 at 212 percent interest At
the close of last year it was
worth 61,546.60. Do you know
how interest is flgured? Because
of this poor showing, I have been
thinking of drawing the. money
out and putting it into stocks.
A. You ask two q mestions
which are not at all related.
Bank interest can be figured
in afty one of dozens of ways. I
think at one time there were 60
or 70 different methods of tom tomputation.
putation. tomputation. The only way to find
out is to ask your particular
bank.
Disappointment over Interest re return
turn return is no argument for. going in into
to into stocks. If thit 6,500 consti constitutes
tutes constitutes your only cash reserves it
ohould not go into the market e even
ven even if it earned only one percent
a year or no percent at all. If it
is money in addition to emergen emergency
cy emergency savings and life Insurance you
could make an argument for put putting
ting putting some of it into stocks even
if the bank paid five percent.
Q. My husband is 63, would
like to retire in another few
years. ,lle will have only social
security. will not be eligible fori
Several years after. We once
bought American Standard at a
higher price. Also have $15,000
in E bonds. We ,havo been ap apprached
prached apprached on, three mutual funds
and would like your opinthn.
A. If you want to buy these mu mutual
tual mutual funds in a lump sum pay payment
ment payment that's one thing. Yod Then
PaY a commission of eight per percent
cent percent or roughly 61,200 for your
investment. But. if you sign up
for a 10-year program the result
is something else again betause,
it so hermetic the fund you men
tion deduct almost half the 10
years' commissions from the
first 13 monthly payments. Ob Obviously,
viously, Obviously, if you do not intend to
,keep up monthly investments for
10 years (which will be long aft aft,
, aft, er you retirej you will be suffer suffering
ing suffering a substantial loss.
, Q. About four years sgo,we In Invested
vested Invested several thousand dollars
in AT. and T. It has risen consi considerably.
derably. considerably. We plan to buy a house.
Should we sell some of the A.T.
and T. and put it aside for the
down payment We .feel we'd
like te sell at' least tall end put
the profit away.
A. The axiom goes! You eon
go broke' taking profits.
Secondly, there is just le good
a rule which say that when in
doubt sell half.
If you think you will buy a
house soon it wouldn't hurd to
have the funds Available, al althoughas
thoughas althoughas you know you tan
get funds out of a stock as ac actively
tively actively traded as A.T. and T. at
very short notice.
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do about it. It's a deplorable situa situation.
tion. situation. We had hoped the FBI would
respect the rights of individuals
and the privacy of the homes. We
didn't know they would harass
people and call them liars.'
There have been unconfirmed re reports
ports reports of several Poplarville citi citizens
zens citizens having nervous breakdowns
because of the FBI's investigation.
But it was learned that the FBI
has ordered hospital personnel not
to release any information to
press.

SONVAVAIIE
WALCtER

Silvestre Cr Brostella BrostellaCuba
Cuba BrostellaCuba Ave. 27-02, Panami

Althi2niA
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Stocks gained irregularty at al
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ACF Ind 52b
Advocate Asbestos '-
Alleghany 'Corp 124412
Aluminium Ltd 2734
Amer Cyanamid 5934
Amer Idotors so 1-22
Amer Tel and Tel 243 I
Anaconda Copper 67 I
Arkansas Fuel 11444b
AVCO Rig 16
Beth Steel 11
Bettinger Corp 811
Bicroft Uranium -- --
British Pet I
Burroughs bl
Canadian Eagle mok 0
Celanese 34
Cerro de Paseo 43
Chicago Great Wed 213412
Chrysler 7034
Cities Service 97
Coastal Carib 1
Colgate Palmolird In
Colorado Fuel 26il
Creole Pet 5434 :
Crown Cark and Seel 34
Cuban Venezuelan Oil It.11
Du Pont 25534
El Paso Natural ttes 23
Fairchild Engine I
Fargo Oil 1 316 ;
Felmont Pet 134
General Dyna mice
General Electric Kt i
, General Motors SI
General Plywood 26
Gulf Oil 114
Harsco Steel 40
Hayden Newport II
Howe Sound la
Imperial Oil 43
Intl Pet 21114b
Montrose Chem 15bi
New Eng Tel end Itel 1721ihr
Northrop Mr 41
Olin Mathieson 24
,Pancoastal 4
Pan Israel "-is
Phillips Pet 4914
Pure Oil 4312
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RCA 66
Reynolds Metal 33
Royal Dutch Shell 43
San Jacinto 119Wis
Servo Corp 7,1
Shell Tnanap 19
, Stgnal Oil and Clef WA
Sinclair Oil 62
Socony Mobile 44
Sperry Rand 2614
Standard Oil NJ 528,6
Sterling Prelston 4b
Studebaker-Packard 11 ..
Superior' Oil 1333
Texas ftult Prods lir41
Textron U
Underwood 11604b
'United Canto Off 1
US Rubber 03
US Steel 93
Westinghouse Mee 117b
Wheeling Steel 11604
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PILOT RESCUED
TOKYO (UPI) A U.S. Navy
plane trash-landed in the Pacific,
Ocean about 70 miles north of
here yesterday. The pilot was re&
cued, Be vas identified as Lt.
Bruce Turnbult of ha Matte,
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EFFECTIVE HELP for'
ASTHMA MUCUS
Asthma and bronchitis attacks ruin
your sleep, undermino your strongth
and wipaktin your bart. Mend
marts to work through your blood to
overcotne asthma. and bronchitis
tacks. It helps dissolve etrangling mu.
cos and promotes free. coasy breath..
Ing. Menclace's union ill effective mon ;
in old and stubborn moos. OM Nen.
Mee, from any drugstore today and
see how much better you 'imp and
breathe tonight. and how much bets,
you will feel tomorrow. Me
nghts dinezomforts of Asthma.
ebitis and May Fever.
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becue barbecue sandwiches following the All-Star game and picnic which
climaxed the seagon for the Little League. Frederick Linck of the
Tigers and Juan Ramon Rivera of the Rangers are the hungry
enjoying the picnic fare. (US Army Photo)

by
JOE WILLIAMS

Next to Tammany Hall, the
Long Island Rail Road and the
old Minsky skin operas, nothing
On the metropolitan scene has
stopped so many critical brick
bats as the Widener Chute at the
Belmont horse park.
So distant were the starting and
finishing points of the straight straightaway
away straightaway course which .cut diagonally
across the main track, that the
riotous stampedes, frequently
tom pri s ng 25-28 2-year-old
snight,as well have been run in
Schenectady, for all the specta spectators
tors spectators coukl see, or know what was
happening.
When, after some 30 years of
blurred anonymity in the guise of
racing, with public protest COnti COntinuing
nuing COntinuing to mount, the practical non nonprofiteers,
profiteers, nonprofiteers, who had in the mean meantime
time meantime taken over the adult East Easterns
erns Easterns in New York State, took
steps to junk the nuisance, there
were virtually no dissidents.
There was one, however, whose
back-ground, respect and de.
monstrated loyalty to the sport,
warranted thoughtful attention.
'rhis was Sunny Jim Fitzsim Fitzsimmons.
mons. Fitzsimmons. .."I think this will do more
harm than good," the 84-year-old
trainer warned us in Florida last
winter. "It will retard the deve development
lopment development of the 2-year-old, and,
what's more, tthere'll be about as
much dissatisfaction as ever."
Additionally, the grand old men
of the back stretch felt the horrors
of the chute were greatly exag exaggerated.
gerated. exaggerated. "The chute had a sound
purpose, which was to expedite
the education of baby racers. Also
it could accommodate so many
starters, an owner didn't have to
wait all summer to tell what kind
of a horse he had. I don't un underrate
derrate underrate the importance of the pu public
blic public in racing, but in the final
analysis, it's the owners who
make it possible."
Mr. Fitz continued: "And re remember
member remember this: Year after year the
percentage of winning favorities
on the chute was much higher
than on the main track, a fact
which the horse 14ayers didn't
overlook. Proof of this is that. they
always bet the chute races pretty
good."
A common criticism was that
after racing on the straight-away
the babies would be confused
and flustered by turns on regular
tracks. "Baloney." snorted Mr.
Fitz. "If anything, the effect
would have to be just the opposite,
Keep in mind, we didn't work
them on the chute', we worked
them around turns and they were
conditioned to them.'
And so, on opening day at Bel.
Field & Stream
By JOE STETSON
Dog Editor
Statements are made that would
lead one to believe that the brcad
In question has no odor and does
not shed.
There are differences in coal,
such as the oiliress of some of the
retriever breeds and the density
of some of the heavily-coated
Iong-haired' dogs of the sheeptiog
family, but the difference in odor
can be pretty much controlft I.
Dogs are either dirty or clean and
all dogs shed.
The Kerry Blue and the Poodt Poodtare
are Poodtare outstanding examoles of
that shed into their coats. If
breed has a right to the thi'e
breeds do, but the answer isn't
that they don't shed. The nature
of the coat ih such that it ho:lis
shedding hair until it is brushed
or comb-d out or comes out in
tufts rather than as individual
heirs.
It is quite natural that the rate
of shedding increases in the spring
and, in the ease of bitches, at
nesting time when a bitch is ready
to whelp or would whelp .if she had
been bred.
Regular bathing and grooming
takes care of the periods of excess
as welt as the rest of the year and
pays greater dividends a s the
time of accelerated shedding can
be most troublesome in the case
1 of house pets or dogs that are
transported by car.
r' The well-groomed dog does not
shed, regardless of breed.
The dog that is brushed or rub rubbed
bed rubbed can be conditioned to show in
: five minutes. He's ready for a ride
In the ear or to be introduced with
';' pride any time.

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moot, the battered old chute fin finally
ally finally obliterated, Mr. Fitz, though
virusplagued at home, was to see
much of his rebuttal substantiat substantiated.
ed. substantiated. Proves His Point.
The finish line of the sprint one
turn was .and will continue to
be. .at such a sharp, unfamiliar
angle, club-house patrons, and
many grandstanders, too, had only
the foggiest idea of the result. To
the frustrated, then, all the change
amounted to was that a turn had
been added so an abandoned chute
whose ghostlye annoyances some somehow
how somehow still haunted the joint.
The baby feature was run in
two parts, the favorites beaten in
both, one finishing out of the mo money
ney money alwgether. And guess who
beat him? Mr. Fitz, with a first firsttime
time firsttime starter, patently unlustereli
and unconfused by the turn factor
."They just gave a dog a bad
name," the old fellow had said in
Florida, "and when that happens
it's only a question of time until,
they shoot him.'
Mr. Fitz may be right. It isn't
often he's wrong. Still, as a horse
player, we always had a positive
loathing for the Widener blackout.
And even if, under, revised condi conditions,
tions, conditions, the finish remains a mys mystery
tery mystery to many, all of us at least get
to see the start, when our 'hopes
are still high. Most of us would
probably itiffer less if we couldn't
see the finish, anyway.
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For better or worse, the elimi elimination
nation elimination of the chute is re-assuring
in significance in that it indicates
John Hanes and his associates,
unlike their predecesors, are sen sensitive
sitive sensitive to public opinion.
Since the Hanes' groups are bu businessmen,
sinessmen, businessmen, why shouldn't they
be? you might ask. It is only by
contrast, we concede, that these
gentlemen are unique. For far too
many years, the tracks' attitude
the local public was one of starchv
tolerance, and while the overlords
professed to be motivated solely
by improving the breed, we know
of no instance where a blowzy
bum, with $2 to bet, was ever dis discouraged
couraged discouraged from contributing to
their profits.
Hanes and his people are shame
lessly pledged to bigger crowds
and bigger handlec. They are sa satisfied
tisfied satisfied to leave biological progress
to professional breeders. The Bel Belmont
mont Belmont program is reflective of
their ambifion to make New York
racing the world's finest, They
are throwing money around as if
it were leperous. .More than 81,-
000,000 added ;n nurses and not
one, but two $100.000 races. Their
idealistic approach is: "Come out
lnd see some thrilling sport, but
be sure to bring nienty of that
vulgar folding stuff.'
GUNCI.UB
NOTES
The registered trap shoot held
by the Pedro Miguel Gun Club
on Paraiso Hill, May 10, prooved
to be one of the best put on by
that veteran shooter, Lee Carr.
In spite of the breeze's play playful
ful playful effect on the flying birds,
some very' good overall scores
were turned in for the 100 clay
targets litrown from 16 and ATA
handicap yardages.
Bill Cunningham kept a steady
eye on all birds and only let 3
get away for the high over all
score of 97)(100. The runner up
over all was not even close with
his score of 93)(100. That is prob probably
ably probably why he wished to remain in incognito.
cognito. incognito. For all this good shooting, Carr
put up his popular grab-bag" of
5 trophies. In thk type of prize
suffered for the fivp too overall
winners. each got just what he
deserved.
If yon are interested in who
shot what. Se, the complete
se,,e01 nrin'ed below.
Bill Cunningham, high overall,
97000.
Mr. X, runner-up 93.
H. Shacklett 89.
Lee Carr 86.
Carl Janson 82.
Don Boostrom. 75.
Dr. Carl Lineback 70.
Junior SO Target !Event
Carl JPTIInn Jr. 34-50.
J. Brent 29.
Dave Boostrom 28.

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Tony Janktis and Edith liathie liathieson,
son, liathieson, medalist in the men and wo women's
men's women's Wont of the Juvenia Invi Invitational
tational Invitational Tournament at Summit
Hills, were eliminated in the quarter-finals
which were completed
yesterday Jankus bowed to Vince
Lombroia 5 And 4, and Mathieson
lost to Julie Hardin, 1 down.
There were several mild upsets
in the ouaner-finals. Lombroia's
win over Jankus was one and
Hinkle's victory over George Riley
Via$ another in the championship
flight. Limbroia Was expected' to
be tough for Tony. but the margin
by which he won could not be
considered exactly accoraing to
form. Riley lost to Hinkle 3 and 2.
In the lower br ac k e t of the
c ti am pio Irish 1 p ilight Brazos
Brook's Anibal Galindo knocked
Tommy Jacks of Panama out of
the tournament, S and 4. The score
was the same in the match which
Mary Chadwick of Gamboa de defeated
feated defeated Leo Dehlinger Of Panama.
Al Saarineu of Panama romped
over Pro-idea Frank Day of Sum Summit,
mit, Summit, 6 and 5. Al, a one-time mem-,
ber of Summit, showed Frank how
the course was supposed to be
played. In other first flight match
Bill Beeson beat Howrrd Engelke
4 and 3. Bob Collins, the onlY
Summit player left in the flight
defeated H. Perantie 2 and 1,
and J. Kincaid beat Jack Smith
2 and 1.
Both Vince Lombroia and Anibal
Galindo clozed out theii matches
on the 14th bole. Lombroia won
the fourth hole with a par and the
fifth with k ihrdie to got two up
on Jankus. The latter won the sev seventh
enth seventh with a par but bogeyed the
next two while Lombrola was
making pars. This put Vinney
three up at the turn. Jankus parred
10 but lost the next two holes to
Lombroia's birdies, putting him
for down They halved the 13th
but Lombroia parred 14 for a win
and the match, 5 and 4.
Lombroia nad 36 out. He was
two over par when the matched
ended. Galindo carded a 37 on the
first nine. winning four holes. 1,
3, 6 and while Tommy Jacks
won only the fifth to be four down
at the turn. They halved the tenth
and eleventh, then Galindo went
five up on twelve with a par. They
halved the next two holes to end
the match on the: 14th with Galin.
do the winner, 5 and 4. Galindo
was thin- over par when the
match ended.
Jim Hinkle was hot on the first
nine, taKing a three up lead with
an even par 35. Riley won only
one hole and he had a four over
par 39 going out. On the back nine
Hinkle was two over par and by
the 12th hole 'ne was five up. But
Riley rallied with a birdie-parpar
on the next three holes and
Hinkle's lead was cut to three
strokes. But Hinkle's par was
good on the 17th and the match
was over.
'There was no card turned In on
the Chadwick Dehlinger match,
but it was roorted that the vete veteran
ran veteran from Gamboa was too steady
for the Panama youngster.
Three young players remain In
the touraament, Bill Beeson, who
shot a 74 to eliminate Howard
Engelke, 4 and 3. in the first
flight; ohn Zeinich, who took a
close one from K. Baldwin in the
third flight, and Bart Mallory Jr.,
who knocked off S. A. Bissell in
the fiftn flight.
There were no upsets in the wo women's
men's women's flights in which Julia Har Hardin
din Hardin of S'immit Peart Trim of A Amadr,
madr, Amadr, Louise Jonts. Summit, and
Ethel Perantie of Gamboa. sur survived
vived survived the quarter-finals in the
championship flight.
With slmost perfect weather o over
ver over the week-end. the players man
aned to complete all the matches
by one o'clozk Sunday. The semi

Snead's 21-Under-Par 259
Wins Sam Snead Festival

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Sy ERNEST EAR;ELLA
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,
W.va. (upl) sam snead awcp,
to the most spectacular victory of
his career yesterday, firing a ieven-under-par
63 final round to win
the Sam Snead Festival golf tow:-
nament with a record-tying tot-il
ot 259.
Climaxing the greatest tourna tournament
ment tournament performance in his 25 years
as a protessional, snead shot the
i2 holes in 21 under par and IRO.
toned a victory margin of
strokes over fvlike souchak of
Grossinger, N. Y., whose. final
round 6a gave him a Zio.
J. (Dutch) Harrison of St.
Louis, who started out the day in
second place, eight strokes behind
Sneau, finished third with 273. Al
liesselink of Merchantville, N.J.,
shot a -final 64 for 215 and fourth
place.
The victory climaxed the great.
est tournament performance in
Snead's 24 years as a prolessionat.
His 63 Sunday came on the heels
of his record 59 Saturday, settin2
what he believed to. be a new m mord
ord mord low total of 122 'for 36 holes.
Snead fashioned his fifth chant
pionship in' this tournament with
rounds of 66, 69, 59, 63.
The 259 total tied the festival
tournament mark set by Ben
Hogan in 1950 and:- watt only two
strokes off the all-time geeord
low total of 257 set by Mike Sou Souchak
chak Souchak of Grossinger, N.Y., in the
Texas open in 1955o Fowl's
shot rotinds of 60, 66, 64, 65 when
be set his record.
A Tetmenalous
Snead made a tremendous bid
to establish a new low total for
the tournament here, strokin4
50-foot putt to within three inches
of the cup on the final green
Slammin' Sam's best previous
total in tournament play was 263,

PM4AMA 4MT-ItICAN

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final wilt be played next week-end
with plaYers arranginc to, play
their matches whenever they can
get together The finals, which
will be playol May SI, will be
contested according to a schedule
which will be amounted by the
committee Immediately after the
semi-finals are completed.
Henry Sommerfreund, the spon sponsor
sor sponsor of the tournament, till be host
at a buttet and will make the
presentations after the finals. All
players Art invited to attend.
Don't forget the Tee Prize which
will be prawn during' the presen presentation.
tation. presentation. Women
,Champlenship Flight
Julia Hain (17) over Edith Ma Mathieson
thieson Mathieson (16), 1 up
Pearl Trim (13) over Helen Stem
pet (15). 3 and 2
Louise Jones (13) over Alyce
French (17), 4 and 2
Ethel Perentie (11) over Connie
Bishop (11), 3 and 2
- First Flight
Bev DI lfer (16) over Mebs Aus Ausnehiber
nehiber Ausnehiber ,25) 2 and 1
Jay McDonald (29) over Pauline
Zon (29) 3 and 2
Ruth Rigni y (32) over Vella
Sharp (30), 3 and 2,
Doris Leese!. (31) over Betty
Coleman (32). 2- up
Man
Championship Flight
Vince Lombroia (Summit) over
Tony Jankus (Summit) 5 and 4
-Jim Hinkle (Panama) o v er
George Riley (Summit). 3 and 2
Anibal Gaiindo (Brazos) over
Tommy Jacks (Panama), 5 and 4
Mary Chaciwick (Gamboa) over
Leo Detilinget (Panama), 5 and 4
First Right
Bill Beeson (Panama) over How
ard Engelke (Gamboa) 4 and 3
Al Saarinen (Panama) over
Frank Day (nummit), 6 and 5
Bob Collins (Summit) over H.
I. Perantie (Gamboa), 2 and 1
J. I. Kin2ald (Panama) over
Jack Smith (Summit), 2 and 1
Second Flight
Pete Nate (Davis) over J. F.
Cain (Amatior). 7 and 6
B. Dot'man (Amador) over Wal Walter
ter Walter Grow (Amador), 3 and 2
H. R. Terry (Amador) over Ran Randy
dy Randy Wickenstad (Davis), 1 up
Dale Bishop (Amador) over E.
P. Ellis tRoUman), 3 and 1
Third Flight
John Zelnich (Summit) over K.
Baldwin (Panama), 1 up
G. Nelson (Summit) over
Charles Sorrell (Amador), and 3
R. La Chapelle (Summit) over A.
Monteath (Atnador), 4 and 3
Bob DI (Panama) over Bud
Myers (Summit), 4 and 2
Fiurth Flight
W. Swenson (Panama) over Joe
EddlemAn (Rodman). 1 up
M. W.teeler. Sr. (Amador) over
J. E. Lawson lAmador), 6 and 4
T. T. Dondvan (Amatior) over R.,
Bissi (Rodman), !up
T. Melanson (Amador) over M.
L. Ogder (Amador), 1 up
Fifth F I ight
D. Rudy (Summit) over D. Da Danielson
nielson Danielson ,Davis) 1 tio
H. L. AnderSbn (Summit) over
H. J. Rosen (Panama), 1 up
R. D. Michel (Summit) over
H. W. Pnn (Amador). 1 tio
B. M?llorv, Jr. (Amador) over
S. A. Bissell (Summit), 5 and 4
- 1
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made in winning his first festival
championship here in 1951.
Snead's remarkable 259 was 21
strokes under par for the tourna
ment.
For all practical purposes, Sain
wrapped up the championship Sat Saturday
urday Saturday when he shot his. amazing
11-under par 59.
When he started out Sunday, he
was eight strokes ahead of his
nearest competitorE. J. (Dutch)
Harrison of St. Louis. Harnson
will still out on the course when
Snead came home with his win
ning 63. Harrison would have had
to shoot a 65 to tie Snead.
Won Last Vitali
In winning his fifth title here,
Snead was making an easy de defense
fense defense of the championship he won
last year on the fifth extra mile
on a sudden death playoff wit:i
Gary Player of South Africa. This
year, Player finished far doyn
the list with 281.
Snead, who made only 25 put:s
in achieving his 59 Saturday, made
26 Sunday. He might possibly have
shot another 59 Sunday, but
narrowsly missed sinking four
putts of 10 feet or less.
Until Snead came in with his
63, the two best rounds of tlic
day tad been posted by Al lesse
)ink of Merchantville, N.J. awl
Pliyer, each with a 64.- llesselink
finished with a 275; Player 281.
Souchak came in with a665 lot a
270 total.
HORSE STARTS TRAINING
ATLANTIC ciTY, N. L (UPI)
Jaclyn Stable's Sailor's Guide,
the Australian import who won
the Washington, D. C. Internation
al last year. begins training next
week for possible entry in the
S100.000 United Nations handicap
at the Atlantic City race track.

IMAPENDrNT DAM It ritIVSPLPIEll

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Losotowaso,
DU HAND SITS AND 10XS
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,at on the bench as the :Tigers 'scored aboard Daniel and Yuca- Pallig 9
were clawed in 16 of 18 games.. ten, ills. in thrilling windups. I

THUMP Charley Maxwell
sat on the bench. as the Tigers
were clawed in 16 of 18 games..
Given a chance by Jimmy
Dykes, the outfielder paid
off by blasting hem runs.
Sports Briefs
Community Pbroporty
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (UPI)
The Nishville Vo Is of the South Southern
ern Southern Association are a minor lea league
gue league baseball club with 4,876 own owners
ers owners and 175 vice presidents. It's
the result of a community-ownership
drive that helped save the
game in Nashville.
Woman Golfer's Philosophy
3
THOMASVILLE, Ga. (UPI)
Mary Lena Faulk's favoriti books
are the dictionary and Santaya- 1
na's works on philosophy, and it 2
isn't surprising that she has be become
come become a golf philosopher as well as
one of the sport's top woman
players. "You have to be philo- I
sophical to play golf," Mary Sa 3. 2
9FACIAL 1.!T

PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing Now 2097, May
The whole ticket Mt 52 pieces which comprises the two series "A" and

First Prize
Second Prize
Third Prize

I I I 1 1 I I I $ I 1 I 5
No. Prize, No. prizes No. Prises I No, l'r lieg No. Prize6 No. Prizes No. "'rite No. Prize SIN.. Priten No. Prize
0048 156.00 1046 156.00 2046 156.00 3046 156.00 4048 156.00 5041 15614 6046 156.00 7046 156.00 1 8046 156.00 0048 1511.411
0146 156.00 1146 156.00 2146 156.00 1, 3146 156.00 4146 156.00 5141 156.00 6146 1S8.11 7146 154.01 1 8148 158.00 9146 158.00
1
8246 156.00 1246 156.00 2246 156.00 I 3245 156- 0 4246 156.00 5241 156.06 6246 156.61 7246 156.00 1246 'MAO 9246, 156.00
0346 156.00 I 1346 156.00 2348 156.001 3346 156.00 4346 156.06 5348 156.00 6341 154.00 7341 156.08 8348 156.06 934a iscoo
0446 156.00 1446 156.06 2446 156.00 3446 156.00 4446 156.00 5446 156.00 6448 156.00 7446 158.00 8448 156.00 9446 15840
0546 1511.00 1546 136.00 2548 156.00 3M6 156.411 4548 156.00 5546 156.00 .541 156.01 75411 150.00 1546 756.00 0344 156.00
1
0541 156.00 1646 158.06 2646 IMMO : 3646 156.00 4646 156.110 54144 156.10 8848 154108 7648 156.00 8646 156.00 00411 150.00
0746 20300.00 17401 2,600,00 2146 2,600.00 3746 52,000.00 47461 2,600.00 5748 2,601.66 8746 2,600.80 7746 2,608.00 8746 2,600.811 9744 2.11oro8
0846 156.00 I 11146 156.00 ?ROI 158.06 1 3646 15CM 4940 158.00 5841 156.116 6646 156.00 7848 158.80 11146 156.00 111148 15614
0046 156.60 1 1946 156.06 2946 156.00 1 3946 156.00 4946 156.00 5946 156.00 6946 158.00 7941 158.08 8946 151.00 9946 15100

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L1411 200.00
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0402 130.00
0403 130.00
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260.00 1 3411
-
136.00 0406
130.60 6401
0404 '1311.00 1 0400
0405 130.00 1 0401
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0523 156.00 1 1523
155.80 1
4514 104.68 1 4518
4515 104.00 1 4517
104.44 I
104.00

Prise-winning Numbers of yesterday's Lottery Drawing were sold at The lst. Exterior, 2nd. Panama and 3ra. in Colon.
The Nine Hundred whole tickets ending in 1 and not included in tho above list win Fifty Two Dollars ($52.00) each
The whole ticket has fifty-two pieces which comprises the two series "A" "h"

Signed
The

WITNESSES: Carlos A. ValderramaCeiL AV 19-657
Felix A. Ramirezeed. 11-43-279

NOTE. Me winning tickets with the last elphor and with the two loot
Ciphers apply only tO the First Prize,.
The First Prire and the 2nd and ard Prison ere drawn separately, The op.
proximationn are calmiated on the Find. Socend,and Third pristi In case
. ticket Yhou ici carry the number,' of each prize. the holder la instilled te
claim payment far each.

DRAY1HG OF ,THE'3 STRIKES
Sunday, May y4'1959 '
Drawing Number 1798
Fraction Ticket
t Prize 46 $11.00 220.00
)nd Prize 11 3.00 60.00
rd Prize 23 2.00 4'4.00

First Prize
Second Prize
Third Prize

pliriko..V6$p-s..00t,-.H:iii)Olit,ii.:0
n..-17-46.1.1lifg-': .- Clasic 'Niii cl. 00H
. , ..

Nebrisca produced itiOther 'of
her trypical last minute spurts in
the final mixteenth of the $2,000
added Enrique de la Guardia
Classic yesterday al6erncion at
the President Remon racetrack
to win the featured seven furiong
dash hy a head over liermeli liermelina.
na. liermelina. The latter had cut out fast
pace and seemed headed for a
sure victory 'when she increased
her margin to two lengths over
Nebrisca entering the home homestretch.
stretch. homestretch. However, Hellodoro Gus Gustines
tines Gustines apparently lost control of
his mount and Hermelina swerv
ed from center track to go down
against the inner rail and Nehris

.
, ELEVENTH RACE
Nenrisca e n t e r 1 n g the home-
stretch. However, Heliodoro Gus- SEVENTH RACE 1 Quidico (Excluded from bet.
tines apparently lost control of tint)
his mount and Hermelina swerv- 1. Neeful 86.80, $4. 2 Don Luchn $7.20, 83-60 t
t
ed from center track to go down 2 Cervecem 83.80 3 Alcaraz 8180
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against the inner rail and Nebris- Sscond Double: VOA Ono-Two: $21. t
ca moved up to barely .make it t .
in the final jump- .,
The other two starters in the gPOS: COit E :DS If,'
tA,
classic, Plucky and Manuela Pe- at
draza, were completely outrun
and finished far ibehind the first DU HAND
two. Nehrisca paid only $2.60 to
SITS AND DOM
win. She was one of three win winners
ners winners ridden by starring Braulio
11.1.:----:;:....?rs ..-ANI'N.Dr11171:1A -"rrr..61-- aid:ft:
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tan. also in thrilling windups.
His photo-finish victory on Yu- ..-- se......0,0--...11,t-aor
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Day Handicap over vastly im improved
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Baeza's No. 1 rival, Gustines, tools you will find all
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and Oscar Bravo also won two tiny screwdrivers to giant 0 0 6 8
each. Aristides Lorless ;Ind Cris Cristian
tian Cristian Rebolledo capped the other wrenches. And every one
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two races.

Zapton's $9.80 was the day's
best straight dividend as favor favorites
ites favorites virtually swept the card.
The dividends:
FIRST RACi
1 Bob (Excluded from
ting).
Elko V.1309 4.
3 Last Dust -S3.20
bet
$ECOND RACE
1 Sinqatuy $3.20, $2.60
2 Ffinl $4.
First Doubie: SILO
,
THIRD RACE
I Daniel $6.. $2.40
2 San Vicente $2.40

OF THE NATI9NAL LOTTERY OF

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0411
4523

Approximations Derived
Approximations
Derived
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260.00
$
4411 MAO
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130.00
130.00
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4412
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2523 156.00 I 3523
4
154.00
5523
4515 14' p, I 4520 144.00
4514 .104.44 4521 104.00
4522
4524

by: The Governor of lhe Province of Panama ALBERTO ALEMAN
Representative of the Treasury, JAIME DE LA GUARDIA JR.

2.00 40.00 I
PRIZES ARE PAID WITHOUT

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2 Chit() 4.
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FIFTH RACE
1
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2 Berme $2.60
SIXTH WACO
f Miss Brunette 23.20, 22.60
2 Dotia Flora 24.
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From First Prize
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N13 innie
0414 130.00
7411 2110.00
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6411 131.011
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6523 158.00 7523 15800
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4525 104.00 4527 104.00
4528 104.00 4520 104.00
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JULIO VALDES D.
Notary Public, Panama

The prises will be paid In accordanca with the Official List of Panama tit
the office of Ilia National Sonefkient Lottery Hinted on Central Avenue.

PLAN OF ORDINARY DRAWING Ne. 20911 'WHICH WILI
I TAKE PLACE SUNDAY, MAY 24 195S
Divided In tem aeries o2 20 tractions each denominated "A" and "S"
., oe oo. 0 PISST PRIZE
,
1 ritst Prize, 'Series' A and I. of $24,000.00 each series $52.00000
Second Prise. Series A and 8. of 1.000.00 each series I5.000.00
I Thir4 Prize. Series A ant S, of 3.000,00 each series 740040
IS Approximations, Siriee A and B. of 250.00 each series 0.300.00
II Prizes. Series A and II. of 1.300.00 each series 23.40000
Pi Prism, Serie'. A and S. of 70.00 atich eerie 14.040 00
P00 Prizes. Series A and ...Air 28.80 each eerie 40.800.00
' ' 1. 'o 'SECOND PRIZE
PS Approximalions. Series A and S. of $ who each eerie $ 2.340,00
3 Pelvic Series A and 11. of 134100' each series 2,340.00
roma) PRIZE
IS Approximations, Serial A and So of $ '52.00 each series $ 1.87200
11100 each aeries I.404.00
, ., $ Prizes. Serie' A and S. of
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Careamatt $2.80
Ono-Twc $111.
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culous the talk of an alleged
French and West German align alignment
ment alignment against Britain and the
United States since western policy
was formed, tmified and agreed
on weeks ago There has been no
change since, he said.
Berding's statement said "re "reports
ports "reports that the Western delega delegations
tions delegations have decided to break up the
Western peace plan and concen concentrate
trate concentrate on a settlement of Berlin are
incorrect."
But the statement still .left
open the possibility that if the
package plan has to be sent on
to the summit for negotiation,
East and West might reach a
"mark time" accord which
would guarantee peace in Ber Berlin
lin Berlin until final decisions Are
reached.
The Western powers had not de decided
cided decided when would be the proper
time to discuss such an "interim
arrangement."
France had been reported espe especially
cially especially dismayed at the premature
disclosure of the interim possibi possibility,
lity, possibility, Britain was believed more or
Tess ready to follow the American
viewpoint.
Berding's statement was issued
to combat the shock and dismay
broticht by the st9tement of an
American official last night that
the United States would consider
an "interim arrangement" on
West Berlin if Russia firmly re refuses
fuses refuses to accept the peace plan as
a nacka tte.
The allies had insisted all last
week that the package was an
"inseparable whole.' It called for
settlement if Germany's future
and European security as well as
Berlin.
Soviet foreign minister Andrei
Gromyko moved fast to take
advantage of the allied difficult difficulties.
ies. difficulties. He asked for and got a one onehour
hour onehour secret conference with
British foreign secretary Sol

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',W.est Moves to Quask Rift Rum0.-S.:1,',
'-'7,, Over West Berlin int6m P..0.0,'

--;-1 GENEVA, May 18 (UPI) West Germany today rejected any backdoor deal on Berlin and in an offiCial state stateit
it stateit 1
:Ment served notice on Russia that the western foreign ministers' "package plan" for Germany and European security
.14(Unbreakable.
l'''' ,- US assistant secretary of State Andrew H Berding issued the statement reiterating that "Berlin cannot be
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letiled in isolation," apparently in reply to widespread reootats that the Western ministers had split over an Atmerg
' tan4lan to reach an "interim arrangement" on Berlin.
' 'illerding's statement was issued in the name of the United States, Britain, France and West Germany..
i
, t A West German spokesman denied reports of a policy rift among the western delegations.

wyn Lloyd at the time Gonova
was swept wi'h reports of a
Western crackup.
Secretary of State Christian A.
Herter's chief spokesman replied
at midday tn the talk of a crack.
Shortly after Western deputies
met to discuss the situation,
Berding issued this reafirmation
of allied olidarity:
"Reports that thn Western dele delegations
gations delegations have decided to break up
the Western peace plan and con concentrate
centrate concentrate on a set'lement of Berlin
are incorrect.
"The Western foreign ministers
expect to explain in greater detail
the significance of the Western
peace plan and to demonstrate
to the Soviet government that the
Western proposals have gone far
toward meeting its views.
"As to Berlin. the Wes'ern for foreign
eign foreign ministers expect to discuss
this problem along, the line of their
proposal on P-,rlin -s rontained in
phase one of the Western peace
plan."
Phase ono provides specifics,-
lv for munifiration of Pest And
Wost Berlin throunh fres elec elections.
tions. elections. with he Weffirs oossfers
continuing their rights in West
Berlin.
"As the Western- Powers have
stated in the conference." Beni Beniing
ing Beniing continued. "the various ques questions
tions questions included In the Plan can be
discussed one by one but as they,
are in fact nil connected. they can cannot
not cannot be settled in isolation."
"It was R very interestiniz con conversion,"
version," conversion," Gromyko said todav af after
ter after spending an hour with Lloyd,
who had been the Western go-between
in the first Else...West con contacts
tacts contacts before this meeting.
Reporters asked him what was
discussed.
"Do not ask me to disclose se secrets,"
crets," secrets," Gromyko said with a
smile. "Anyway, it was an infor informal
mal informal conversation."
Tho Gromyko-Lloyd mooting

came sifnificantly after Piamier
Nikita Khrushchev, in a speech
Saturday signalled Russia's de.
termination to crack open tho
Western- pa ckag plan into
piecemeal arrangements favor.
ing Russia.
"It is primaril,v 'necessary to se separate
parate separate the question of the conclusion-of
a peace treaty with the two
Geerman states, and on,this ba basis
sis basis solve the Berlin auestion by
turning West Berlin into a free ci city,"
ty," city," Khruschev said.

Chinese Reds Shell
Tiny Matsu Island
Killing 3 Persbns

TAIPEI, Fohnosa (UPI) --Communist
China yesterday abruptly
commenced its first missive ar artillery
tillery artillery bombardment of the Na Nationalist
tionalist Nationalist offshire Matsu Island
group, far to the north of heavily heavilyshelled
shelled heavilyshelled Quemoy.
The sudden onslanght of shelling
by big Red shore guns killed
three persons and wotmded eight
others on Matsu, the Nationalist
Defense Ministry announced.
The bombardment was the first
real blow against the Matsu Is Island
land Island complex which is at an ex extreme
treme extreme range for Red shore guns.
Matsu itself is only six square
miles In area. It has an estimat estimated
ed estimated civilian population of 12,000.
During a 90-minute barrage,
the Redq poured 444 shells onto
Matsu. The dead Included one of officer
ficer officer end two enlisted men. Four
of the wounded were civilians.

QUAKE REGISTERED

CIIIAVARI, Daly ann) -- A
"strong" earthquake was regis registered
tered registered here yesterday. Its epicenter
was put at about 1,5Q0 miles from
here.

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ginary weather picture of the world, but the real thing
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may be hanging on classroom walls in the not-too-distant future. Prepared by the 1.1.S.
Weather Bureau, it is an artist's conception of how the world would look from a rocket ,000
miles above Texas, showing various storm And cloud patterns over North America.

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, SWING YOUR COMRADE Ho Chi Minh, president of
North (Communist) Viet Nam, goes through dance steps with
I local girl while visiting in Tjipanas, Indonesia. She's wearing
L the native dress of Borneo, major island of Indonesian group.

Study To Cut Income Taxes
Opened By House Committee

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WASHINGTON (UPI) Chair Chairman
man Chairman Wilbur D. Mills (D-Ark.) an announced
nounced announced today that the H o u s,e
Ways and Means Committee is
launching an extensive inquir y
aimed at "significant" income tax
cuts, presumably next year.
He paid !he committee, which
originates all federal tax legisla legislation,
tion, legislation, -hopes the tax base can be
broadened enough to permft "sig "significant
nificant "significant reductions in individual
and corporation income tax rates
without sacrilicing the revenues
needed by ti3e government."
The committee time table ap appeared
peared appeared designed to permit con congressional
gressional congressional action on taxes before
the 1960 presidential elections.
Democrats and Republicans alike
would like to lay a tax reduction
before the voters.
President Eisenhower has been
hinting at 1960 tax cuts. He told a
TV audience in January, however,
that chances for reductions de depended
pended depended largely on the treatment
given his 77 billion dollar budget
by the Democratic Congress.
This irked ti,e Democrats. They
said the President's budget was
so precariously balanced it wls
almost certain to wind up in the
red.
Mills sold in a statement that
his committee's forthcoming study
will be aimed at "constructive re reform"
form" reform" of the federal tax system
Mills said the committee w 11
take testimony from tax exnertt
in publie hearings beginning next
Noy 2 and then try to develop
1 legislation.
He paid these six principles
must be followed in revising,
taxes:
A tax climate more favorable
to economic growth.
Equal incomes should bear
equal tax liabilities.
The degree of progression of
tax burden must meet "widely "widelyheld
held "widelyheld standards of fairness."
The tax sys'em should enn enntribute
tribute enntribute to maintaining a stable
price level and high rate of use of
human and material resources.

President Accepts
Invite For Milton
To Visit Mexico

The system should interfere
as little as possible with free
markets.
Greater ease of compliance
and administration.

WASHINGTON, May 18 (UP1)
President Eisenhower today ac accepted
cepted accepted an invitation for his bro brother,
ther, brother, Dr. Milton Eisenhower, to
pay another visit to Mexico.
The visit probably will take
place in August.
Dr.- Eisenhower is President of
Johns 'Hopkins University. The inVi inVitation
tation inVitation was made by Mexican Pre President
sident President Adolfo Lopez Mateos during
President Eisenhower's visit to
Acapulco in February.
Mexican Ambassador Antonio
CariPo Flores called at the White
House today to discuss the vbit
with Presid!nt Eisenhower. '1 he
ambassador told reporters afier
the-call:
"President Eisenhower told me
that he was authorized to say in
the name of his brother that Dr.
Eisenhower accepted the invita invitation.
tion. invitation. The visit will probably take
place in the month of August. Je Jeans,
ans, Jeans, including the cities to be vi visited,
sited, visited, will be worked out at a later
time."

MORE DOUGH IN BISCUITSIt

LONDON (UPI) A brillrant
British woman scientist who dis disappeared
appeared disappeared in France three months
ago has been found working in a
London biscuit factory.
The scientist, 39-year-old Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Vincent-, told a policeman
that she preferred biscuits to sci science
ence science and intended to stick to her
new job.

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JEFF CHANDLER
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WEDNESDAY

brings the motion picture screen another emotional
shocker from the frank pen of Robert Wilder, author
of "Written On The Wind." It is powerful drama,
bringing June Allyson and Jeff Chandlpr. "STRAN "STRANGER
GER "STRANGER IN MY ARMS," the drama of memory and guilt
that-stood between a young vidow and the man who'
had been her husbandss companiont.. their emotions
mocking them, daring them, yet driving them,
resist, to each other. Seethis -wonderful picture
on WEDNESDAY AT THE CENTRAL.

Civil Rights Group
Reports 105 Enter
Voting Complaints

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' WASHINGTON, (UPI) Labor
Segretary James P, Mitchell said
yesterday the job outlook for next
month's college graduates is "gen "generally
erally "generally favorable. estirnated
starting salaries for thosq finding
jobs at an average 8425 a month.
I3ut Mitchell said employers still
are being very' selective" evgn
though theyliave.mre jobs to,of to,offer:than
fer:than to,offer:than last Arne when Abe econ economy
omy economy had not yet-fully shaken off
the effects Of the recession.
Mitchell made his aooriaisal in
an open letter to 400,000 students
who will receive bachelor degrees
and 85,000 others in line. for, ad advanced
vanced advanced degrees at campus :com :commencement
mencement :commencement exercises.
He said the Awl ting salary, of
$425 for holders of bachelor de degrees
grees degrees was slightly higher than last
year. Men with graduate degrees
command a higher rate, which
"varies considerably with the firm
and career field. Women earn less
but their pay has been increasing.
Mitchell advised the graduates
take a tip from the Labor Depart

WASHINGTON (UPI)The Civil
Rights Commission reports it has
received 253 sworn complaints
since it was created two years
ago from persons who charge
they were deprived of the right
to vote.
The commission furnished a
table giving a breakdown of. the
complaints to a House appropria appropriations
tions appropriations subcommittee which publish published
ed published it yesterday with the commis commission's
sion's commission's closed-do& testimony on its
budget.
Alabama led with 104 com complaints,
plaints, complaints, followed by Louisiana
with 88, Mississipni with 40 awl
Florida with 12. The commission
said it also received 57 unsworn
voting complaints.
The commission provided a
breakdown of the 79 voting affi affidavits
davits affidavits it has received since last
Feb. 16. These included:
TennesseeHaywood qounty, 1.
Mississippi Claibora County,
5.
Louisiana (64)Bienville Parish
8, Bossier 9, Caddo 4, Claiborne
6, DeSoto 1, Jackson 2; Ouachita
1, Red River 9, Webster 14.
FloridaGadsden County 9. 4,
The commisVon said it had re receive'd
ceive'd receive'd 498 comolaints about mat.
ters not regarding voting rights
sinee wAs set un in 1957.
New York led this list with 59,
followed by Cllifornil with 45,
Florida and Ohio will) 26 each,
pennsylvania and Illinois with 23
each, Alabama with 22 and Texas
with 21.

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education( wotker has, the led
chance there PI he-will be laid oft
during "'business slump, he saido
Here's the osecretary's thumbt a
nail sketch ,of job' prospects
some fields: --,7
Federal Service Staeistielanst
librarians,:economisti, engineerS;
scientists, accotm,tants, matherna.
Helens ond patent examiners arjl:
needed,. Starting salaries rang!
from $4,000 to $5,430,a year.
Business Many 'openings- for
salesmen and management train.;
ees. About $400 a flonth to, startt
Excellent prospects- -for 10,000;
graduates majwing in accountine
at slightly higher pay. 44 4
Engineering The outlook for A
39.500 engineering students recel4
ing degrees in June ranges front
"very good' to "excellent.' idedji
in salary for a beginning engi
neer will be about $500 a month.4
Lew "Numerous employment
opportunities' for the 9,500
graduates. Salaries vary but those
standing high in their classes wilt
have "pod opportunities."
Chemistry Physics --Selectiv;
hiring is predicted but good open-.4
ings for well-trained chemists aa
$430 a month are plentiful. Physig
cists' prospects are excellent be.,
cause of heavy emphasis on re;
search by government and indulge
try.
Teaching "The demand exceedt
the supply' in many areas. Kin.
dergarten and elementary schoot
teachers 100,000 of them -- arp
needed this year. Salaries averagh
from about $4,sop a year for gradp
school teachers to $5,100 for high
school instructors of mathematical
science and home teconomics.
MedicalDoctors will be scare!!
because the 6,900 new graduates a
of medical school will not ba
enough to replace physicians who
retire or die each year. There art
shortages of dentists, veterinari.
ans, optomItrists, pharmacist,
and nurses.

Douglas Raps
Critics Of Supreme
Courl's Decisions

NE lITYORK (UPI) --Associate
Justice O. Douglas 'said
Sunday that .sonle. critics of' Su
preina COurt decisions in -the set
curity would:appear to want
the court to be an agency of retri retribution
bution retribution rather than. a dispenser of
justice.
"Any American court is sup supposed
posed supposed to be pro-First Amendment,
pro-Fourth Amendment, pro-Fifth
Amendment, pro Four teen th'
Amendment, and so on, for it is
the Constitution that judges a r 111.
sworn to defend,'1, he said.
"-But it iasomewhat shocking te t
hear thatAmerican Judges are ex expected
pected expected to be two or against any anyonetwho
onetwho anyonetwho stands' before them for
justice:"
Writing in the,. Columbia Law
Review, Douglas ,said that if "de "despised
spised "despised minorities in our midst"
did not get equal justice under the
law it would not be long 'before
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guarantees claimed other victim.
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'''':''. Moint served notice on Russia that the western foreign ministers' "package plan" for Germany and European security :r,',A.,:,:t.,: '',. V ''-'a,. il,,LA--::-::;-Le;.k.0,..: -:il:::4:;',-,?is-::::U:,:4Z':.',:il':',':wes''i::s. i erally favorable.".He estimated during if buSiness glump, he nide
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i.:'' l'''''; -- US assistant secretary of State Andrew H. Berding issued the statement reiterating that "Berln cannot be,
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I'll !, 'This weather report for tha 24 incorrect." the Western pear plan and con- turning West Berlin into a free el- :',-0.,?;,,,;:.,":;-,,"3. (,,-,'-',:',,.,,x-,:,::::,:;ii.t,,:,-,-,r,,,,:..i,,,,;.,,,,,-, -',..?.; :;;,,,--,'',,N:,:A Mitchell advised the graduates
centrate on a setlement of Berlin ty," Khruschev said. i, 1..'''','?,'.,,k'''''''''',. .'' ,e..:':. ,. ,,',.,:,,-"';',, ,,,. ',,,,' ,.';.. A.,,,:.-,'...1 take a tip from the Labor Depart- opportunities' for the 9 500 la
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