The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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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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Panama -- Panama

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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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poppy.' isms,;it smiling saleslady -visits Building 400 headquarters or tne Ariny Caribbean
School and shows her wares in the office of the commandant, Col. Cecil' Bimes. tittle Miss ,Terry
Flight, daughter of MSgt, slid Mrs. A. W. Flight of Fort Gulick. is assisted by MSgt. Ted Holmes,
commander ot VFW Post Ng. 400. Atlantic Area. as- they remind eyeryond to btly a nolaoy--"lest
are, forgetY

'Negotiatiotis Progressing Satisfactorily

But Taboga Launches Still Remain Idle

'., '''-- Passenger launehAerviceletween Balboa an d Taboga' Island, suspended by Canal Zone au-
-:. thorities 'April 22' After the Swallow was boarded briefly by the National GuarOgf Balboa, was
,.: till not operating today, : - :, .,,,
But -Carlos Rangel, spokesman for' the Ministry of Agriculture; Commerce and Industry, said 1
today negotiations toward a new contract for t he launch service are "progressing satisfactorily."
:
ThA launch,- service has operat- well as by the Canal Zone gov- seeking political asylum in the
ed for ;many' years, by the Pane- ernment. Canal Zone.
ma Canal-,,Co.rancllor the' Pane- Nostalgic weekenders eye the
manialt-Tourist Commission,A de.- Meanwhile the, Panama Tourist distant island, sigh, and wait for
pertinent At-the Ministry of Agri- Commission has been operating better days.
eultare;,- CoMmerce -.and Industry. the launch Agewood on a single
- Juan A. Carbone,- Chief of Re. daily roundtrip between Panama Ls :
Ink Baili:Tabs
IlatiOns between' Panama and the Bay and the island resort. Ex- 11.,
Canal Zone for the Ministry of treme tidal variations make the
Foreign Relations, has been con- temporary service s stop-gap one Set On Defendants
ducting the centract neptiations at best. ,
with -Balboa Heights officialstRan. ,,
In Funds' Inquiry
get said. - At Balboa Heights aulliorities
, ' ' confirmed !that Taboaa '' launch Judge Santttnder Casts yes yesA
A yesA revised contract Will require service is still susoendad but terday set. bail for. one defend defendfOrMal
fOrMal defendfOrMal approval by President' Er- ,would make no other official ant in the current Panama City
nest de la Guardia's cabinet as commeni on the situation.
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t MUnie113111 probe at $7000 and
.., Earlier Zone authorities bad in- at 0000 for three others,
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Monty Stialis Back
dicated they would not resume Bail for former -city treasurer
service. without assurances that Victor D'Arello was set at the
- i, ,, .2 ,t :. the boarding incident would not 7000 figure, while 1500q each
Al VIVIRronies occur, in. future. . vias set for eit-GoV. ose. Agus Agustin
tin Agustin Cajar Escala, city- electrician
, ,,, ,,,,,: .. - The incident took place shortlY- George Hilbert and ex-city Au Aubefore
before Aubefore the recent invasion emer emerLONDON
LONDON emerLONDON ,(UPDField Marshal ditor Leonardo :Conte- '
Viscount Montgomery snapped gencY. in Panama, when a Guard
launcn p a t r o I challenged and The arrest of' the foursome
back, a reply yesterday to World
boarded the Swajlow within Can- had been ordered last week,
War 'II associates' -who had let it
al Zone waters. Reportedly, h but none was arrested While
be- known they believed he should t-e their lawyers sought:the 'fixing
keep his mouth shut. 1 Guardsmen were hunting revolu revolu1
1 revolu1 tionaries who might have been
of bail for them to dontinue to
Montgomery 'mentioned i no enjoy their freedom. ,-
names but it was obvious he was Casts ruled that the bail set
chagrined' bit such comments as for the four : men was provi provithat
that provithat of retired U.S. Army Gen. A .
Omar Bradley; who said "t h e '-1r-Condittoning sional and could be increased
r, o oecreased according to the
best service A retired general can C results of the current court in inperform
perform inperform is to-turn In his tongue t ngineers To Tour vestigation into alleged mis misalong
along misalong with hi suit, and mothball A 1 t n 4i iFF
1.1- ;..;-,..... IF unmin nillinins handling of city funds.

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before the recent invasion emer emerLONDON
LONDON emerLONDON IUDField Marshal
when a Guard
Viscount Montgomery snapped gencY. in Panama,
launcn p a t r o I challenged and
back a reply yesterday to World
boarded the Swallow within Can CanWar
War CanWar II associates who had let it
al Zone waters. Reportedly, the
be known they believed he should
keep his mouth shut. 1 Guardsmen were hunting revolu revoluMontgomery
Montgomery revoluMontgomery 'mentioned ono I tionaries who might have been
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names but it was obvious he was
chagrined by such comments as
, that of retired U.S. Arm), Gen' Air-Condittoning
Omait Bradley, who said "t h e
vs best service ak retired general can C
ngineers T, o Tou'r
perform is to-turn In his tongue 1
along with hit suit, and mothball A I
his opinions." Pidmiii Building
"What is there irresponsible in
saying what everybody is think- The Panama and Canal Zone
ing? asked Montgomery., chapter of the American Society
He said it vas strange that of Heating, Refrigeriting and Air
when someone with many years Conditioning Engineers will tour
r of experience offered,,an opinion, the recently completed air-Aondi"you
are, pounced. on: yott aro tioning Installation of the Admin Admino,
o, Admino, described as ,Iryesponsible and istration Building at B a I b o a
told to shut up 4 i k4r.,,', Heights. This Is oue of the largest
Or Montgomery's remirka before a systems of this type ever installed
crowd of SOO Iritish Legion ex- on the Isthmus.
servicemen ap.,ared to be di- ,
Tinted not only 'at BredleY, but 'Phis inspection tour is part of
at- Britain's press, Which bait' ad- the progiam of the regular meet meetvied
vied meetvied bim to "fade awaY.1!," '' int of the society tonigil and will
Sir Winston ,Churchill 'and the begin' at 1:30.
Duke of Edinburgh ,also lave! In. ,
timated politely the field marshal 'Pr to the tour the chapter will
,..) has' been sounding off too much have 'dinner at th? Garden Room
about what be, ,thinks' is wrong of the Tivoli.Hotel at 6 pm. ,'
with tb world,' American leader. ,
ship; and ;American noliticli and The inspection tour will be il.
military tacties durini World.War lustratel by the engineering staff
IP II. i , of the Panama Canal ,Co

Progress In:

, By FRANK KELBAZIIR
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (UPI
They are climbing gressed4oles,
juggling fire brands and other otherwise
wise otherwise whooping it up here now In
celebration of what la ,billed of officially
ficially officially as a 1,'prelude to Aide Aidependence."
pendence." Aidependence." Historically, this) la Gospel.
Practically, what Jthey're got in
this town it no mere warmup for
freedom. 'It's the real 'article,
nailed down.
The principal commodity for
sale here, in addition, to history,
is complete independence from
just about everything that may be

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Me union delegation met I
with Potter as a follOw-up of
recent discUssions here between
both Canal and labor officials
with Rocco Sicilian, President
Eisenhower's special assistant
on personnel, who visited here
during February.
Siciliano's report to Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower has never been made
public. ,

Potter also pointed out that
any official changit-In labor
or wage policy here must wait
for Eisenhower's reply to Pan Panama
ama Panama President Ernesto de lit
Guardia's April letter formal-4
ly proteating the manner in'
which the Canal Zone author-'
ities are implementing certahk"
provisions of the 1955 Itemon Itemon4Eisenhower
4Eisenhower Itemon4Eisenhower treaty;
De la Guard la's protest, coi coierred
erred coierred several aspects of the
Single Wage Scale and the 'CZ
Merit, Systeme
,
Thiv ninaoman union. delegal
litn.4mekkoWitl1401161440Balbal.
Heights, AccomPanYtotral COI"
ernor were Edward A. Doolan,
personnel director, D. Jeffery,
and Daniel J. Paolucci, Canal
Company labor lialsOn officer.
Harold W. Rerrie; president
of Local 900, leaded the union
delegation.
In addition there were Sa Saturnin
turnin Saturnin Mauge, vice presicient
of the Local; Atlantic region
vice president Peter Alexis and
Pacific region vice president
Philip Walker; treasurer Syl Sylvester
vester Sylvester Callender and executive

The
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Three defendants appeared in
Cristobal Magistrate's Court to today
day today on moving vehicle viola violations
tions violations which conned at 'dif 'different
ferent 'different times and in different
places, but all three of which
violations resulted in inirfor ac accidents.
cidents. accidents. No one was injured in
any of the,three mishaps.
Harry Klumpp, 74 year old
American of 'Balboa, was cited
for changing his direction at
the Balboa CoMmissary parking
lot before he could do so with
reasonable safety, resulting in
a dented auto-belonging to an another
other another patron, He 'was adjudged
guilty 'and fined 314,
Northon 28, Pan Panamanian,.
amanian,. Panamanian,. Wait 'found gttilty of
following tao closel3r-behind an another
other another vehicle on Gaillard High Highway,
way, Highway, also eauSing a slight colli collisiOn.
siOn. collisiOn. SW.? ;64
.0 tve 00' :
Eladio Rodriguez, 38, Panama Panamanian,
nian, Panamanian, was 'found guilty of, the
same offense its Joseph, except
that Rodriguez was- driving a
US ArmY school bus through
the Albrook,, Field cressing at
the timet and with the same re result.
sult. result. ite wail fined 320 and sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to serve Jive days in
jail; ,however, the- jail sentence
waii suspended In favae, of one
year's probation..

another word for it,
Colonial, Williamsburg is a res.
toration, down ,to the last clap clapboard
board clapboard and bricki of, the lab Cen Century
tury Century tidewater .town ,where Georic
Mason,. Thomas, 'Jefferson, ;Pat.
rick Heitry, George Washuigtm
and others. lit the fires, of ;inde
pendence from iBritaim was
just. about this time 183 years ggo
that the 'Virginia Convention of
Delegates called on the. Continen Continental
tal Continental Congress to declare the colon
its free of, the ..Crown.', About six
weeks later, as you mly, have
heard,,. the' Congress on July 4,
1776, did just that,
,That's what they Ineas whea

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DAILY NEWSPAPER

until is sate",,' Abraham Lincoth

TVESDAY1 MAY 19, 1959

Potter' Tells La' ers
He Can't Make Wage Rulings
o
Canal Zone Gov. William E. !Atter, at a meeting' yesterday
with non-U.S. citizen union leadets. indicated that under the
newly-instituted Single Wage Plan neither he nor the Caner
Zone government can make unilateral decisions affecting wage
policy of non-citizn employed within the Canal Zone.
At union spokesman revealed Potter's viewpoint today.
Potter pointed out. the spokbsman continued, that since
the new stystem was put into effect all wage polici-; must bo
coordinated between all governmeist agencies functioning in the
Zone and are not the function of! the Panama Company alone
In other words, no wage volieles cOuld be effected without
including Army and Navy civilian employes as well as thou;
non-U.C. citizens who work foi thu PartStlia Canal CmpaOy.

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aicretary Reginald 'Callender;
both Atlantic and Pacific re region
gion region secretaries, George Ro Roland
land Roland and Mola Alphonse. The
41FSCMS International was rep represented
resented represented by William H. 3inclair.
Union officials said they still
telt hopeful of Improvements
lin the wage picture for non-US
eitizens employed in the Zone.'

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Sponsors Named
At baiboa'high

Oriniipar

Walter Mikulich,, social studies
teacher at Balboa High School,
will become sponeOr f the Sta Stadent
dent Stadent Association at Balboa. High
School for the next school term,
it bas been anonunced by Theo.
F. Hotz, principal of Balboa
High.
He will succeed David Speir
who will be asistant principal
of BHS following t,he retirement
of Harold Zierten.

At the same tirne it was tan tannounced
nounced tannounced ,that. 1.,;;,, D. Hummel,
Balboa High Selloo1 mathema mathematics,
tics, mathematics, instructor, will be Agponsor
of the 1980 ,grsduating class,
and Robert Mullarky, social stu studies',iteachers
dies',iteachers studies',iteachers Will sponsor the
next;junior class
Mikulich has 4i.nen with the
Division of Schools since 1951.
He a graduate, of the Univer University,Of
sity,Of University,Of Iowa where he received
his Master's degree and taught
in Minnesota and ylisconsin be before
fore before coming to the Canal Zone.
' Hummel, whelf! is to succeed
Allen,,Ward, Spanish iristructor,
also A;!,retiring thi year, is a
gractilate of Duquesne Univer University
sity University and has beet with the Ca CaZpne
Zpne CaZpne schools since 1953.
,
Mullarky joined the iViStOrt
of Schools last. year. He is a
graduate of Tufts University.
, The instructora will assume
the position of StUdent advisors
in addition to 'their other du du"
" du" 4.

Rs.O.M';::,iash lil I Ad: vano,

bugging you, eiseWhere.Escape lie,they lk about itrilelebrating hBeret
another word for IL the relude to I, ependence u
Colonial, Williamsburg is a res- it's reedom atta ned not just in
toration, down to the last clap- prospect, that the visitor to Wil
board and brick, of,the 18tb Cot- liamiburt finds.
tury tidewater town where GeOriC Front Washington.; D. C. where'
Mit011, Thomas, 'Jefferson, ;t3st you tan easily get the impression
rick Henry, George Washingtan civilization is on the brink of col coland
and coland others. lit the firet, of ;inde lapse.it is enly three hottrs drive
pendence from iBritain jt was to Williamsburg. From anywhere
justabout this time 183 years sgo Williamsburg is "the shortest cur.
that the 'Virginia Convention of rent4 available trip to another
Delegates called on the Continen Continental
tal Continental Congress to declare the colon John D. Rockefeller Jr. since
its (free of, the Crown., About six 1926 bas spent $62,800,000 kicking
weeks.later, as you may dove progress here tight in the teeth.
heard,. the,Congress on July 4, Everything within an area a mile
MC did just that. long -by half a mile wide has been
Mat's what the mean when restored to Its exact colonial

AP 4 4 p

Red Visitor
Cails tanal
Masterpiece

"This famous Canal is one 1
of the masterpieces in the engi-
neering field," the chief Soviet
observer at the Cepal meeting
said today.
Vladimir I. Bazikin, who is
the Rassian ambassador to
Mexico, was referring to his
partial transit of the waterway
on Sunday with other Cepal
visitors who were guests of the
Panama Canal Company aboard
a special ferry.
The Russian diplomat who
was stationed for some years in
the United States said also he
is looking forward to renewing
in Panama a personal friend friendship
ship friendship with director Howard Mit Mitchell
chell Mitchell of the Washington Na National
tional National Symphony,
Bazikin- said he hopes also
to attend the concert ,iiileh
Mitchell will direct in at the
?:'Itio Theater in Panama City
on Thursday night. 'there is
a 'plan for the. delegates to
visit the Colon Free Zone that
,Atfternom,i) hut Bazikin hopes
, to get, back to the capital city
in time for the first note of
. the orchestra under Mitchell's
. baton'.
' Mazikin first got to know
Mitchell when the' tatter play playtrzit
trzit playtrzit ed first c llo,,with the National
Symptibri') 41te Ctpar,,obserVer
ittPCa'll0 ettiettrittftil fa.
rector Hari's' '''Xitidler died, he
remembered that MitChell was
named conductor.
"A very good musician," the
Russian observed.
Getting back to his Canal
trip, Bazikin stressed that he,
as an engineer,' found the wa waterway
terway waterway "very interesting to see."
He added: "This Canal has a
very important role."
He is 'also interested in the
new Balboa Bridge but re remarked
marked remarked that he has not yet
seen a sketch of its design
(He was promised he would
get one tomorrow.)
On behalf of the Soviet dele delegation,
gation, delegation, he said he wished to
thank the Canal for the fine
trip, with every convenience,
and "in such frtendly atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere everything well organ organized."
ized." organized." He added:
"We have in our country
canals and locks and are con continuing
tinuing continuing to construct them, so'
we were glad to see this."
Of his stay in Panama, the
Russian said that he was pleas pleased
ed pleased to find a "very nice I atti attitude"'
tude"' attitude"' on the part of both the
government and the people. He
said that he had talked with
people of all kinds, at the ses sessions;
sions; sessions; at the hotel, and on the
street. He observed:
"I found the people very
friendly. And I have found a
great interest in what is going
on in my country."
Of the capital itself, he said:
"I find that Panama City is
a beautiful city, and I have
bought many photos to send to
my friends in Moscow."

H.S.T. Is Grandpa
Again As Margaret
Has Second.Son

NEW YORK, May 19 (UPI)
Mrs. Clifton Daniel, the former
Margaret. Truman, gave birth to
a boy by Caesarian section at Doc Doctors
tors Doctors Hospital today.
The baby weighed seven pounds,
thred3 ounces and both mother and
child are doing well, a spokesman
said.
Their first child, Clifton Truman
Daniel, vas born June 5, 1957.

status, only with air conditioning
and plumbing inside.
Uglification is outlawed. There
isn't a aeon sign, traffic light, TV
aerial of Jook joint to be found.
SOme 83 surviving 18th Century
homes, shops, traverns, and inal
have been restored, and 430 others
have been rebuilt on original
foundations.
,
Some 720 more or less modern
buildings have been razed in the
process. One lone holdout against
Rockefeller millions is a neat
American gothic on the Duke of
Gloucester Street, right next to the
Capitol. Individual freedom in this
case has triumphed over plats

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Throughout the world
more peo-ple buy
St:agriu. VO.
- than any-- other ,
,
imported whisky.

Cepars.Prebisch7,
HapOy,'Despi.,tg:::-..,::'..,.
Diopped Deadlin&,..:,,'

Cepal executive secretory Presbisch told Oil'
body's Commerce. Committee today that he is well pleas.
ed with the passage of a resolution for the draft of a for formal
mal formal agreement on the'common market for consideration
by the governments of Latin America. r
g The Argentine Arconomist noted various demurred
and. reservations voiced by several delegates, and;:illso
thtit many'differencei of opinion still exist.
But the rnan who has paced the Cepal sessions said. )
that the steps taken vtere necessary before action toward,.,
a common' market could even be discussed with' official:
luthority. "This is positiye progress," he observed.
Now, he scq, the experts, and the secretariat can get getdown
down getdown to work on tangible points. Before, they could not
do so.
Presbisch said that in spite of the fact a deadline for
presentatin of the,draft agreement had been eliminated,
freiii the finareiolution, the secretariat wiitild work with
311 Possible speed.

The firesolution ibat finally pass passed
ed passed wit a revisimt of a draft prq--
sented f), ArgenIe,, Brazil,
le, polstnitautruigiZuttl: 0,11eXicOr' Peri
1
'441:-.0ovideck,41nbtipothtt ks;',
that a group of expertr,bit eon
vened not later than Februhry,
1960 to 'prepare a preliminary
draft agreement on the Latin A American
merican American Conti-rim Market and to'
sene the drdft ir the variou; gov- 1
ernments for ir study and gem
trent&
It also provIded for;onother lat later
er later meeting eflbe commerce com committee,
mittee, committee, as as feasible to

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(11S Army Photo)
VLADIMIR I. BAZIKIN. Soviet
ambassador to Maim, was ont
of the nearly 300 delegates and
others here to attend the Cepa',
conference in Pana Ma who
made a partial transit of the
Canal Sunday. The ambassadot
is here as an observer to the
COnfeteriCe. The trip through
Pedro Miguel tockS and Gaillaret
Cut was made aboard the ferrv ferrvboat
boat ferrvboat Presidente Porras at thl
invitatiOn of Gov. W. E. Potter
who. welcomed the guests 01
Miraflores Locks and accom.
nied them on the trio.

Is Ye Oide Williamsburg

ning and Rockefellet isn't push pushing
ing pushing tne lady who owns it.
The Rocitefeller motley also
has built for visitors a, nice lodge,
4 plush inn, and a modern mootir
court. Waiters and bellboys wear
tunics, knee britches, white stock stockings
ings stockings and buckle shoes. Similar
attire is sported, by the wigmaker,
blacksmith, bookbinder and other
craftsmen who are open for buus buusiness
iness buusiness daily. In public buildings the
hostesses wear farthingales.
Tourists here, as every where
have done nothing whtttever aikout
this. One other bothersome aspect
civilizatictit also survives. Bring
money

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cabsider a final draft to be SUb :
Milted to Ibis governments for
their signa,are.,,, tit
Qi,ba and Mekco, Jtfid littbnrelit
and'earlier resojaion
'hate.", Mid the -settetaritit, 'torn,
'plete 'the draktethe end Of "Ju "July,
ly, "July, and would have convened an another
other another meeting of the Commerce
Committee before the end of
September.
Today Cuban delegate Andres
Vargas Gomez lashed out at tho
delay he foresees es a result of
having no firm deadlines on lb
negotiations.
But Pfebisch pointed out that
it had been a mere two months
since a committhe of experts in
Mexico prepared the huge, all in,
clusive preliminary report which
has served as the basis for the
agenda at the Panama meeting.
He also said:
"I have not been living in a
fool's paradise as to how lotrg
this would take. I did not expect
more from this meeting than
could reasonably be expected." (-
The resolution also went Into,
some detail sas to how the studies
should be conducted.

3 Irs Of Music
Bounced To Boston
From The Moon

LONDON (UPI) Researchert
at the Jodrell Bank radio tele..
scope said today they hitd been
able to bounce Brahams, Beetho Beethoven
ven Beethoven and Bach to Boston from the
moon.
The experiments were carried
out by Manchester University's
Jodrell Bank expeHmental arm
,nd Pye Telecommunications Ltd.,
in demonstrating that the moon
can be used as a cheap relay stt.
tion or worldwide communica.
tions.
They said "most of the spoken
words failed to reach the United
States but the three B's of musie
made it.
Prof. A.C. B. Lovell and twe
assistants bamed the moon.
bounced broadcasts last week at
the U.S. Air Force's Cambridge
Research Center near Boston.
"Prof. Lovell sent various 'wile
tones, short vocal messages,
morse code message and some
music," the Jodrell spokesMan
said.
He said the U.S. Air Force's
86-foot "glorified aerial" success.
fully picked up the audio tones, e
few feeble words, the Morse meg.
sages and the music.
Samples of moon-relayed trans.
atlantic communications were!
Audio Tone: A sound like a long
series of "dabs."
Spoken words: "Hello. Amer.
Ica," "Jodrell bank calling the
moon."
Morse code: "We'll have ne
trouble with fishing boats on thle
circuit" (A reference to the recent
U.S. starch of a Soviet fishhtg
boat accused of cutting telephone
cables).
Music: "Prof. Lovell and Ms sa
mistants whistled and hummed but
they finally resorted to a, tram&
phone."
Pye's Managing director, Jobe
Brinkley, saki such moonbouncing
1:sroadcasts "will take speech and
probe moo& but oot tologiotobs

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don't see whereby a unit gets a superior rating on thc
ota bail goes ao. Jar as inreaien NCc.,,a
niit; 1L'Om tiatue Ot .r,-3 on up oy rec.ucLion ant.
acuon. .00 it, all oli a couple njonest oracle
biti00 'ol axe tilitaLtnoThpItItn 60 a0 lOr lOrthdr,
thdr, lOrthdr, ail 1,nasteci Men are to have .ipectal DJ. inspections twice
inOnthly by tne C.O. Tnese special inspections werelsrought s shoat
hoat shoat mort or less by gigs from tne pearly La, that the Inspect InspectanW
anW InspectanW General himseli did not give. Wno Is tcy-sive Jhe gigs on
tnO I.O. Inspection, the I.G. himself or theVirst tvho is only
Supposed to write the gigl glyen by tne Inspecting General?
:) Where is there room for morale when the whole unit is
having two hours efficiency disciplinary action known to the
unit as "on the job training." Actually what it really amounts
to;As two hours restriction for the EM, three days a week. It
wail to last a few weeks at first for efficiency of the unit. but
what it now has turned into is not only efficiency but promo promotion
tion promotion for the CO.
What has happened to this unit once rated top on the list
Of.it's kind. lt can't decline any lower then it is now, altogether
on account of the EMs. There has been a change In the person personneii
neii personneii but also a change In CO since the top rating once Wel.
The NCOs of this unit are held hi high regard by the lower EM
aria as in the past the anit's work was sent tit of the office
ecoirect and mostly on time. Now the NCOs are being driven ,to
a point where they must be thinking of their stripe constenflY
What has happened to this unit once rated one of the
in, Us field? Could it be that some officers and first sergeants
don't have all the leadership qualities they think they possess.
--The Unit.

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ARMY TRAFFIC TICKETS' '
, "A Tired MP" (Mail Box, May 16) may or may not have some something
thing something when he writes' that the brass is getting the breaks regarding
triiffic titgets on CZ Army posts- However, if he genuinely inter intertilted
tilted intertilted in correcting an improper situation, Iiroliduld report cle,cific
eAses to kis commanding officer or, if heteil 111$ impledittet On?.
niander is condoning the conduct complained of, he should take it
direct to the highest quarters.
Or again. should he feel that such direct action would bring re remiisals
miisals remiisals upon him, let him cite names, places and times in his Mail
Ilralleg,,tions, so that the authorities can either catch up with a
d sitJation or be revealed to sleeping at the:switch.
One Law For Everyone.

LET1 SEND ANOTHER NOTE

Khrushchey, he is mad again,
Or so my paper Quotes:
wonder what we're waiting, for?
Let's send aother note. ) !I
We send him notes most every daY.
And we send tthem In the night:
We send him notes on top of notes.
When we think he wants to fight.

We send him notes from early Sprinc,
Right on through till Fall:
We, send him notes by the score.
When he begins to stall.
We send him notes about the notes,
Mat we have sent before:
And when he doesn't answer.
Of course it makes us sore.

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So then we send another note,
.Tust to get it off our mind:
i.,friend of mine lust to)AirMe, 1
,
We'te 40 notes behind.

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So now we have a conference,
And 'Uncle is the goat
what in the hell are we going to do?
Why, well send another note.
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. HOW T() HIT THE LOTTERY
(Unnecessary Adyertiiiii-g) -; - -
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Some sack dresses are a teasing sight with an ornament:
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actded just for spite. Tied in the back
(To be continued)
Before 1 review the fourth rule of the Lottery. 1 have a true
experience to tell you about, and this is the first of a few true
eyeritt which 1 recall happened 1-.1 e in the Canal Zone.
True Rockingchair Memories.
"The Blond Belle And The Black Ball."
I remmeber the night of Feb. 14 of this year. Although it
Was Aaint Valentine's day, the queen was. nobOdY's Valentine.
that4;night. It was a very unusual night. because there was no
crowd of pepole on hand. There were ho ceremonies and no
musit to entertain the chosen queen whose reign had just come
to ah end. There were no officials or dignitaries present, and it
was strange that the gaily, olored costumes were not surround surrounding
ing surrounding title queen anymore. It was also unusual to see a queen ,with ,without
out ,without male escort. ') I, ;', '', ',;:lt
tr., with all those attractions missing that tight, ate geten
trasItot quite alone, And she was fully occupied in a very seri serious
ous serious Inatter that made her exert every bit of strength she could
bluster up. She had two female companions who were not (mite
SWUM as her towering figure. and the three of them were deers deersly
ly deersly absorbed in a contest that requires a lot of skill and a little
bit Of luck at the right time.
ther blt
r onteheeergspeitvopbleeczuesree htheewretsthirtat enlhoilate. Ootnethoef ptihaeeme. Thwaes
Othe spectator happened to be there by chance-me.
The first two weeks of February had the queen histlingto
ancittro in order to preside over the numerous activities that
tivertincidental to the festive season. She may never forget those
busyti nights of pleasure and anxiety. but after all those vivid
Ineniories have been told to her grandchildren. 1 wonder if 'she
will jinish her story this way:
Now children, when the Festival was all over. those excit exciting
ing exciting nights had suddenly COMP to an end, and 1 began' livinita
. Dorniai life again. It MIS nothing but a down-to-earth routine
all neer again. except for what happened a few nights after the
testa's,' was over. Let's see now, it was on Saturday night Feb February
ruary February fourteenth. 1 was with two girls. We were bowling on alley
ouniber eight. The time was about 8 o'clock. Suddenly. 1 could
Dot ,kbelleve what 1 saw. 1 thougitt 1 was having a nightmare
whed it came near the alley and watched us. The thing was as
horrible and bloodthirsty as Dracula, Frankenstein, and the
Puritie People Eateg
- At first 1 thought the beast was a bull because it kept star starIng
Ing starIng 10 the red stockings 1 was wearing. Then.when it looked. it

gare knees, I had look myself over to bcturs,' had clothell
on rde. The thing made me feel like I was a nude tO be
eaten alive, because I noticed its tongue was hanging ler a dry
)ointed way, and the tongue moved in and out between Its lips
thoUgh it couldn't make up its mind. It hitd two long legs
that moved slower than a constipated sloth.'
"It had three arms, yes, three of them. -Two of the arms
were hanging downward and digging into its legs as if scratch scratching
ing scratching ior worms. The third arm was egpahaped. ,sticidng up in
the air over its shoulders. net third arm remidned me of Cu Cutre's
tre's Cutre's head because it was hairy all overchin, neck nose and
"Of course I couldn't concentrate on bowling vvith slich a
sigtt staring at me in my red stockings and shorts. Well, chil children,'
dren,' children,' have always been wondering how I would finish this storY.
but now I know. The horrible thing had done something else
while it WU looking at my style of bowling. It was scraping its
tett on the floor and snorting loudly. Just like- a bull does when
it;scrapes up dust in the bullring. I BUIL clOn't know why the
beastly thing did that. Your Grandpa never told me why an
unimal does that. And nobody else evertold me when I asked
them. They just-blushed."
Y1 The queen would probably end the itOry then and therm;
'butheh hehthet's just where the story really begins!! 'YOU
Will see it in part twotomorrow.

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Today you see before, you a
man ol mixed toyalty. When i
make off with the cash receipts,
or Knock off the odd policeman
or perform some other boying
prank demanding jail, I don't
know whether to do it in Ameri America
ca America or England. It's sort of Lke
a choice beetween going to Ha Hawaii
waii Hawaii or Tahiti.
We have just had a big prison
riot in England, and the thing
that touched it off in a jail full
, of military:bad hats was an or or'
' or' der to return all surplus booki
to the company office at once.
It says here:
"Provost Staff Sergeant John
McAndrew interrupted the prison prisoners'
ers' prisoners' midday' meal) Roast beef
andtftwo veg., cu s tar d' and
prunes) to giv? the command to
return the books in his crisp
Scots voice." What followed was
a six-hour riot.
"A prisoner tat the subcequent
court-martial) recited a list of
grievancesabout library books
and television vietking."
From what I gather, the culture-mad
deserters and mayhem
artists were allowed two books
at one time from the library and
one of their own but had been o-,
verdrawing the library ration and
failing to hide the surplus under
their mattresses. The hearing con continued,
tinued, continued, and dear knows wh
will arrive in testimony when
the facts get down to th grim
details of croquet discrimination
and tiddlywinks ration.
Now, on the other side of the
Atlantic. we have recenlY bad s 1
riot in Montana State Prison In 1
which the deputy warden was
shot by a convicted murderer.
the warden held -prisoner. and
hostages held. All Ihie uproar
"was triggered by dissteisfaction
'with television viewing hours, es especially
pecially especially on weekends. ThAre wss
also a new lights-out order for
9:30 p.m. instead of lo n.m.
4Proare'lltlY tirt4t the ,convicts."
Now am not going to rmise
the animals by suggesting that
.11 men in all jails are crooks or
thieves or murderers. and that
from time to time some mistm mistmiderstood
iderstood mistmiderstood innocent gets lagged for
'naively stickint, .1ctstre ift-tt, :revel
back so severely that the cop
dies. But there is a good chanoe
that at least a handful of people
in jail ar there becsitse they
were naughty outside of jail
mean, the prisoners can't be all
!' On the off-chance th
a bad boy or so in the
should jail not be considered as
a place where a prisoner had no
right to riot over sunervision of
television viewing hours. especial especially
ly especially on weekends? If they rioted
because they were forced to 100)c
At a lot of stuff I see iseeasiesial-
I might be more understand understanding,
ing, understanding, hews., forcible ettensistic"
at some Tv performances. espe especially
cially especially in England, coold be con construed
strued construed as cruel and inhumane
treatment of the poor nrisonrs.
read a niece a while bark in
which aomehody said it wonld he
4i he a Der to elsouserrprisozie nap in 'Abet
'Waldorf than to ksep them in
New York jails, and I'm begin beginning
ning beginning to see the point. mean so
sap, man, when you 'sae count counting
ing counting up ,the TV repair billy; and
the wear and tear on library
books, and how much it eosts to
bury desd deputy warden' sn as
nos to dishonor the twirl Plme
of the jail. and then all that bust busted
ed busted crockery and fin:nit-T(6 ?sod
adhesive tape and stuff. mavbe
th Waldorf wouldn't be a bed
idea.
It is perhans bOsicio, tha noint
that the ertleman who otot the
witrden was dointt
30 rears for murder, sod qn was
really adios shove 4e-1 heYonft
the ran of duty when b hanged
th ialler down. 'PI& thnses P Pother
other Pother annoying nuestion. it'
were the itinultor ,abous the
chief wardett's fitness to hold his
job. To wit:
Are eonvicsed murderrs
lv 'unpile"; with guns in mtion?
Is thia part and parcel to TV as
a reform program? Aro wr wrdens
dens wrdens paid to get conturad by the
hous guesta while thY ar
shooting un the heln? Is elmnol.
sory tlevision necessrv? And
what about longer week ends for
th lags?
Perhaps I am naive. hut was
brought on no the lap. tt.-t if
Yon were had yOu wont to ,11(b
inittinovr tor twO re',4ftnit An,
was to lcosep you from Inntectioq
th ?while. and be ost-er mai to
remind yoo that erim (Ines not
T1,1 tin you ehouldn't rtn It goon
when vou rom niii.
knn,- wax tiinnostel to rort et
mut suite in tvio WstrIntd
to 1,0p mad dogs from Wing
pporilp.
Aut "D thing T tell you: 7
arn definitely ening to do roe
primp onto trittin-t Fogli'snd.
Th 114st nress Wormy me that
INA Tyiemhra of rittrliattls'nt
t,,it timed a notision astring for
hp rorrivo nt Mooing the heed heedIota
Iota heedIota youth who Welty stabhpfl
policeman for no reason at all.

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Comedian Jonathan Wint!rs'
pligat nas depressea manY oi us
v..io enjoyeu his
hokum.. is he sick or uidn't they
"gek- his oranu of humor in
Calif?. .Din Winters oveeplay
ins on-stage role of teasing
stiimgers with his make-beneve
!rm IlladrrOutilit 7; stet
lviaas in tne iVlay Esquire has a
timely piece about Inin. "The
brilliant young comedian," says
it 'sub-title, "is so many people
it's hard to tell who he realty is."
'The author reports some Mr.
t "He
Imarmacy at Ma Mamaroneck'
maroneck' Mamaroneck' 6ear where fie lives)
ana mita tne owner with a balm'
glare. 'I'm from Mount Kisco up
ine line. Just call me The Kisco
Kid. I'll tell you what I want. I
want your hide nailed to my barn
door!"
' 'Sari Ted' the pharmacist,
thoroughly alarmed, 'aril you
crazy?'
"Winters chuckled, 10:lf course
am. I'm Mrs. Woodrow W I I Ison's
son's Ison's nephew. Call me Woody.'
Then leaning furtively across the
counter, he added: 'They only
let me out for the day. From the
1,.! mime c!(
The Esquire writer mentions si similar
milar similar inciden's to emphasize Win Winters'
ters' Winters' comical lunacydismissing
them all as part of his brand of
clowning, Here's hoping author
Maas has a terrific scoop.
The strange called Teevee is re replete
plete replete with fantastic elements.
Newswo:bk's current issue adds
another strange chapter by report
ing that tilt ratings chiefswho
determine what Americans see
are too busy to watch TV them themselves.
selves. themselves. One confessed: "I can't
stand watching teeveee". Time
mag, some lime ago, disclosed
that the ratings chiefs are critical
of taeh o'her's methodsand ac acetiao
etiao acetiao bleb-other-of being inaeour-)
ate.
Nevertbless, ratings dominate a
billion-dollar industry. Such is the
Arithmetic of insanity,
Deborah Kerr's "Count Your
BltssingS' film is a pleasant ro romantic
mantic romantic romp. However, its dialog
doesn't match the romantic elo eloquence
quence eloquence of words once written by
Miss Kerr; As long as you live,
know this: If you care for a man,
really, care, there it only one 1
thing you caB give him that has1
votue. Tt lc no' thing of IliOn.Y I
pride, intelligence or Bosition. But
it', the grestest thing you con
offer as a woman. Just say, quite
simply: 'Have I told you today
hiw much I love you?'
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Bob Hope, whose "Alias Jesse 1
1
James" movie is a jcillypalooza,
demonstrates a stern fact about
success: It is a wonderfol
and a terrible master. First you
work for successthen the work
becomes more important than
oucceso. As Bob ststed: "My work
Is everything to me. I'm grateful
that I can s'ill work because
4Ion't think ,I could exist without
It. feel I've learned to aditist mv mvself
self mvself to a ouleter mode of living,
At least I'm doing my best."
We hopo Bob takes care of him himsel
sel himsel f Having everything lit Won Wonderful.
derful. Wonderful. But without good health
everything is nothing.
' Z. Edgar 'Hoover has urged
sterner treatment of Yotithful
law-breakers, including full dis disclosure
closure disclosure of their identities. .In
many Cates, you will be shocked
to learn, cops remove their uni uniforms
forms uniforms and bring in juvenile de delinquents
linquents delinquents in ordinary carsso that
the darlings will not bcpubliciely
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K011111A SUESS SHIP
MCIJI, Japan (UPI) The
54 ton Japanese fishing boat
Sane Maru was seized by a Re Republic
public Republic of Korea patrol ship
Wedsesday night, 15 miles out outside
side outside the so-called "Rhee line,"
which' Korea claims as the limit
of Jopanese fithing rights, it was
reported yesterday.

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humiliated. Psychiatrists des describe
cribe describe JDs as "emotionally disturb
ea." lite innocuous phrase fails to
convey the blow:. and thunder ol
,he problem. In reality, juvenile
delinquency means burglary drug
addiction, vat.dalism, sexual pet
version, sadism, rape and mur murder.
der. murder. Not many Americans are
aware of two shocking facts. Over
Million new delinquen s invade
Our communities each year. And
half our adult criminals are form former
er former juvenile delinquents.
Fame has no faith, no compas compassion,
sion, compassion, no memory, no logic. And :t
often makes a mockery of the
tinest emotion. The Liz-Eddie
headline circus reached a peak
last week. The exci'ement arous aroused
ed aroused by the story exceeded the in intensity
tensity intensity of feeling concerning civi civilization's
lization's civilization's life-and-death problems.
Incredibly, the romance has at attracted
tracted attracted more newspaper space
thaw gym inv et giten theo
'tovelty Mr a cure' Or -polio.
The shadows of secrecy and ;he
substance of passions rarely se secure
cure secure the essential refuge of pri privacy
vacy privacy for the golden girls and boys
of show business. Within a few
'hours Eddie was divorced, mar marriedand
riedand marriedand held a press conference.
Liz and Eddie, have spent almost
'as much time with reporters and
press agentsas they have de devoted
voted devoted to each other. Love de deserves
serves deserves the moonlightnot the
spotlight.
Julie Andrews, who became a
brtde last week, is a modern Cin Cinaerella.
aerella. Cinaerella. Her teems have come
true. Miss Andrews was play playing
ing playing the Palladium when she was
seen by the director of the Bri British
tish British productiin of "The Boy
Friend." He hired her for the lead
in the Broadway version. The day,
after the opening Julie celebrated
her 19 h birthday with raves. One,
year later she enchan'ed One and,
All in "My Fair Lady". Two'
years ago the star declared:
,"What I'd like to do, really ,and
trul, iiI know you can't always
plan it outbut I'd like to work
for another two years, awfully
hard, and then got married and,
, have lots of children."
Holiday mag is brightened by
,Luclus Beebe's portrai' of Gebe
Fowler, the newspaperman-biographer-wit.
Gene is a brilliant
ragam-uffin who has writ'en his
OM biography with firecrackers.
POPE RECIIIVIES SUKARNO t,
VATICAN CITY (UPI) 1'60
John XXIII yesterday receivedln
private audience Indonesias rres rresident
ident rresident Sukarno and accepted en
invitation to make rn official visit
to the Asian island republic.
iwAci
Ancient Egyptian and Bo Boman
man Boman children played with.
marbles before the Christian
era. Samples of their play playthings
things playthings have been found end
are preserved in the British
Museum. Pebbles and nuts
were also used at that time
by the Romans in a game very
much like marbles. In Europe
marbles were played in the
Middle Agee. In England the
game of marbles is believed to
have come from a modifica modification
tion modification of a game called "bowb,"
very much like bowling.
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Even In the darkest moments his
gut for laughter never ueserced
him. After a heart atack he
wis lying on the' floor of his Be Beverly
verly Beverly Hills home while the doctor
worked over him. To his, wife, ne
said: "Don't let the undertaker
rook ypu." Happily, he recovered.
Fowler now quips: "it was a pret pretty
ty pretty good rehearsal, but I feel 1 cats
uo better." """J
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Archibald MacLeish's "JB"
drama has gained the Pulitzer
trophy and has given criiics.. an another
other another opportunity to analyze his
profound, play. Some of the an analysts
alysts analysts are intellectually stimulat stimulating,
ing, stimulating, uthers iste;doivnright confus confused.
ed. confused. The alithoi ltai"ixplained his
comes out of all this is JB's de decision
cision decision to live life in spite of though
he knows how evil it can be."
In brief: To live is to hope.
Oli.1,
The silver treasure of stardust
has- a 'mysterious ingredient that
it 'diffintFitrdetRt."Voit 'can dis-.1
cover the radiance in a few ma-1
ments a n d sometimes it re requires
quires requires years of diligence
ter Glenn Ford made his initial
movie, a producer dismissed
him as "too intellectual, too weird weirdlooking,
looking, weirdlooking, too subtle, too offbeat."
Then eitme"tWO'Aecades of film filmmiking
miking filmmiking wherein Mr: Port! had his
ups-and-downs. And noistsud noistsudeleolv
eleolv noistsudeleolv wi'hin the nas' yepr ha has
become Movieville's box-office
king.
When a reporter asked him to
explsin his current marquee marqueepower,
power, marqueepower, the star candidly stated:
"I haven't the' faintest idea."
Suzy Parker, who is now movie.
making in New YorE is one of
the few actresses who doesn't re require
quire require a press agent's imagineion
so make an interview sparkle. She
is a brainy beat& Her description
nf Ww0 Od is witty and accutate
"Hollywood is like -a beautiful
kinviergort,n. All the people have
such simple ,intereststhem ,intereststhemselves."
selves." ,intereststhemselves." DAILY
MEDITATION
MO
(Presented y the Department
of Christian Education of the
itaisceital Chiorsh in the Mit.
sionery Diocese of the Pine Itilk
Cansi Zeno.)
Acts 2:32-39
THR ORD THE SPIRIT
"Repent, end be baptised in
the name of Aleut Christ fee the
remission of sins, and ye shall
receive the lift of the Hely
Ghost. Per the premise is unto
you and to your children, and te
ell that are afar off."
It is the Lord the Holy Ghost'
Who leads us to find all that Christ
ofrers, and to come under His ru rulership.
lership. rulership. The Person of God we call
Holy Ghost is just that: Person.
He is more than a "spirit' or
"conscienee in man. As Christ
is man, but more so, so the Holy
Spirit is god in action in men, but
more.
We are the stuff of which the
Church Is made but it is He Who
makes 'us be the Church. We have
within us the stuff of sainthood,
but it is He Who brings it to frill frilltion;',Wherevor
tion;',Wherevor frilltion;',Wherevor Ave stand on the
eternsi path, it is the Lord the
Spirit who has brought us thus
far. To be fruitful servants of
Christ the King. we need only prey
"Come, Holy Ghost'our souls In Inspire,"
spire," Inspire," and let Him!
"Grant, we beseech thee, mer merciful
ciful merciful God, that thy Church, being
gathered together in unity by thY
Holy Spirit, may manifest thy
Power among tieoples, to the
dory of thy Name; through Jesus
Christ our Lord, who liveth and
reineth with thee and the same
Spirit, one God, world ends'
Amen.

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WASHING'I'ON centi iharged to-411 persons o ory
ry ory of State Olga' Herter; is knot- ver 12, years, except imidents in
mg the advice of subordinates at- school', groups, and :Inembers of
his first bit- conference.-- which the armed forces.,-The money is
opened in Geneva thisweik, TheT set 'aside by the Director of
urged him to dominate the ;044; chives foe upkeep,
ence. But be won't;,-.- -Mr.:-Truman is a bit peeved
Ile has decitlediks-;bistio that the' !!present incumbent" got
French foreigit.,miciiiitr, --Couvei le much- publicity over- scrapping
de ,Murvillet,;iet himspeak 4: for tha-Arilliamsburgc,,t b e n didn't
the West. Herter', ,,,-advisert,:aion- scrat IL ,,,,,,,,,,
alder this a' mistake, but, he say
it's better to let France): smell. ',pointing to' 'a wartime picture
er country, earry;:,,,the,, Taken --aboard the-zacht, he re.
stead of the marked. that ',', tbe --74111ramsbarg
Best diplomatic-414'4,1e that had been:kept Under wraps, still
dour Soviet foreigieainisterro,', (motioning-for' Cabinet entertain entertainmyko
myko entertainmyko has instruc,tiorti po inent,ypurpoees until recently.. (A
lite, cordialt,,,.,and;yagreeablet report --te the House Appropria AppropriarWithout
rWithout AppropriarWithout budging frorrk any basic tionstommittee bears this out.).
Polley, Gromyko hopei7,:4&7-conti- to if photo, of the Al Alnue
nue Alnue the proses 4t lied Chiefs at PotsdamOneluding
"smile." Klultsbeheik.:;bas Ads Joe Stalin, Truman 'laid': "Set
heart set on,,,,a---4umnitt',',.;confer- if you can read thaV,The signa.
ence and wanpr-elothinee,-dilz, turq to which he poitiled was in
turb it. decipherable. He $ translated ,it:
He also hair-sbrClitatraet:40,it 'stele."
proudest of is Lprl.gerVott in a
coming to ISCUSV,,1447--Wtek, The ',Feick h
svhen Ambaisidor1,13,4,11,11
Thompson caned on-vist,,-;t4--,-.Am glass case hi ,Its,l,'origlitiVmanu
cuss the 111.;.naloinclAmtitan script form.. Delivar'ecrJan. 20,
1948, it launched the point Few
niers, Khrusitchev remarked that
Program for technical assistanco
since Nixon vas cominkto Mos Mosto
to Mosto ugderdeveloped couhtries. It
cow to open the American Trade
reads; "We, must. embark.. on a
Expcsition, vthat would the Unit,.
cd States think,about, his ,coming whole progradi ;Po malting
the' benefits of our scientific ad adto
to adto New York to:, open the Soviet
Vancei and industrial progress a-
Trade Fair at the New York Co Covailable
vailable Covailable for the improvement
and growth of underdeveloped a aliseum?
liseum? aliseum? Thompson aidestepped, said he,
reae ahe ;program is 'nbst, being
a ould have,t cOnstilt t tb. State
Department. &it, -offhand, he ex- imitetedTh the,Kremlin;
;gained ,that It would' ht. difficult,
HE:pRIEDICTIED IRAQ
because of ,tha problem 's Of. pro- ,
tecting Khruschev.
In Moscow, he pointed out, the Congressman Thomas E. Mor Morgan,
gan, Morgan, Pennsylvania Democrat and
Chairman of the House Foreign
Kremlin could clamp down a
Affairs Committee,. recently re retight
tight retight 'security guard around Nix Nixcalled
called Nixcalled a conversation which ,took
oe int zweintlih. o cote, plaints fro, m irate,
plate two years ago between
John Foster Dulles and Wayne
But in New York people are
accustomed to demonstrating,
don't like' cordons of police. Hays, Ohio Democrat.
Hays was chiding Secretary Dul DulSELLING.
SELLING. DulSELLING. BABIES les regarding the millions spent
for' military assistance.:
I suppbse a Washington news- Spending ow military assist assistance
ance assistance merely builds up dictators,'
paperman ought not to pry into
government in other cities. the Ohio Congressman argue&
"Supporting dictators is like con contructing
tructing contructing a 20-story office build buildon
on buildon quicksand.'
wrAonteYwaaYfettemir MtosrMehayo2gr' 1B9o56b'ert 1.;
Wagner of New, York City, urg urging
ing urging that Steollerc.Scopas Ives not
sp. aid we were sending to Iraq.
mislified to be a eity magistrate. Hayr particularly mentioned the
Wagner went ahead anA
pointed him anyway.
ter Dulles, "if you had access to
"But." remonstrated John Fos Fosclassified
classified Fosclassified information you would
Last week Wagner called for
know that Iraq is the strongest
his rasignation. Judge Scopes
member of the Baghdad Pact.
was arrested for selling babies.
He had worked Aiut a neat way
of disnosing, of pgeek refuge,e. ba, "Nuri Said and King Faisal,'
'the- Secretary:. aced State,
bies at Map mirth some-11w ht. eld
"are among the best friends Iwo)
hY, and had sold 21 babies for a
total of $53,800 while sitting on have.'
the magistrates' bench.
'You may be right,'- replied
,r'ongrea!tman ."but how
TRUMAN EC DOTE S

The cartoon, Harm- Truman
likes:beat inolits tibearAk
Herb lock, shOwing ratilroad ties
smoking. The caption reads:
nTrumsn Just Gave a Little
Back Platform Talk. .Marga .Margaret
ret .Margaret Truman's favorite cartoon is
one of her father crossing Penn Pennsylvania
sylvania Pennsylvania Avenue with tht. caption
'There Goes :Islarearetl,Truman's
Father.' Whet HST pointed 'PI'
cartoon ont to me I asked about 1
-his grandson. He replied, 'He's
eoing to have kinfolk soon.".
One prized possession in the li library
brary library ix the silver set from the
battleship Missouri. "If I badn't
been Commander-in-ChieV sail
Truman, 'the USS Missour
would bever have got this silver
baCk. Guess where I found iton
the USS Wisconsin.' For the sil silverware
verware silverware of the Missouri to have
been on the betieshin Wiscon Wisconsin
sin Wisconsin was, to Mr. Truman, one Cf
the most degradiug incidents in
the history of his state. .The
Missouri's 'silver is on loan to
the Truman Librar. belong to
the ALS. Government, not. to Tru
man. He has given the govern,'
ment approximately.,,,P,OK000'
worth of papers bistPrical
mementos, together .witlt- a build building
ing building worth around $4400B.000...
The library is under the DirecT
tor of Archives in -Witskingtn,
and is operated by thitEisenbow- I
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TUZSDAY, MAY IS, 1951

W',10
dimd.
Hayr particularly mentioned the
aid we were sending to Iraq.
"But." remonstrated John Fos.
ter Dulles, "if you had access to
classified information you would
know that Iraq is the strongest
member .of the Baghdad Pact.
, "Nuri Said and King Faisal,'
'aid 'the- Secretarr aced State,
"are among the best friends live
have.'
'You may be right,'- replied
Congressman Hays, "but how
long will they be that?'
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HARK BmINDAY.sBirtnday parties are a tradition with C Company, ist Battle GroUp, 20th Infantry, Fort Gulick, and
each, month those who celebrate their anniversaries ar8 honored. Sharing in the reception given for men born in May were,
left to riP41.., ltt Lt.' Maury 8:Crane Jr4Acdmpany executive officer; ,Sgt, ROsario Sollami, Sp4 Frank Nix Michael, Sgt. Ray V.
Hafinnont','BIC.' William yeast,' sgt.-juan gernandet,, ToMas Rodriguez, Pvt. Michael Toebbe, Pvt. David Jones, Pvt. Robert
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Byrd: Military Houipg,Cost
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WASHINGTON,' 'May 19 (UM
Sen. Harty F.' Byrd said rtoday
the government bought 33,251 mi military
litary military housing units over the
past th'ree years for $87,400,0)0
more than their original cost:
He told' the-Senate' and House tri.
a report that', the-total $365,400t3,-'
000 government outlay lor these
units was, $53;400,000 higher than,
f'eir retilacement cost estimat estimated
ed estimated by the federal, Housing ad.
1
ministration.
L
Byrd, reporting as chairman ot
th.2. Senate-House Committee- on
e,ductionjof Nonessential Federal
: :zlenditures, said stbe cost of me
3 included $116,600,000 in
( Ish and $248,800,0001.in unpaid
'n'tgage balances which rmlita rmlita1
1 rmlita1 y agancles have assumed.,
Other tongtressidnat news: !':(;
NURSES: ,The American Nursk
iation urged Congrress to tri tri?resident
?resident tri?resident Eisenhower's $330,-
( budget request for aids t&
- 2 recruitment and better nurs nurs''.care.
''.care. nurs''.care. A spokesman asked a
Me apptepeltitiotte attbcoMinitz.
1 "to Approve instead 'tine rhitlion
1 tars. The money would go to
i Public He,alth Service's Divit-
on, of Nursing ,Eesearch.

71-ACIESi Thn'" House Ways and
7 'pans tommittge plpsanextall plpsanextallf
f plpsanextallf tat Ajtr ;Oa-me
tax yeductionso;Kesithlably
::t year,. Chairman Wilbur
- (D-Ark.) said his committee
-led the tax:, base could te
.!,-adened enough 'to cut inviv,Id.'
r 2nd corporate income taxes
s.lnificantty without reducing
enue., ,
'NOMINATIONS: Sen. Karl I.
Mundt ; (11-S.D.) accused Demo Democrats
crats Democrats of waging a political catil,-
paign't,of ,"hansamentY against
Comnierce Secrotary
Strauss and other:Elsenhower kst kstpointeeco;
pointeeco; kstpointeeco; Hestia -the Senate Dolt

ocratie leadership had. given its
"full blessing" to auch a cam campaign.
paign. campaign. Ile forecast that Ogden R.
Reid, former prgident and editor
of the New York .11erald Tribune,
would receive the "same treat treatment"
ment" treatment" in seekincapproyal as am ambassador
bassador ambassador to 'meal.
-
Khrushehey; Sens, J.
Fulbright (D-Ark.-) And
George, D, Aiken (R-Vt.) -said it
vvould be a good idea for EWE,.
bower ,,ter invite Soviet Premier
Nildta S. Khrushchev to, the,--11
nited saes. !'lettlbright, chair chairman
man chairman of the' Senate Foreign ''Re ''Relations
lations ''Relations Committee, also ,describ ,describer
er ,describer ai "a happy suggesticat". the
proposal that a Big Four, summit
conference be held in San Plattcisco.

Ca" til'irni3h'efter

Dies Funeral Se
For Tomorrow
,
Nirs, Catbrine, Among Sheffer,
'64p,ePailamankali; 40(1,1 esterday
In Santo Tomas Hospital follow following
ing following a long illness.
She is survived by her husbanet,
Lionel, end her children, 'Leop 'Leopold,
old, 'Leopold, Leroy, Alexander, Mrs. hem...
Todd, Mrs. Margaret Brooks and
Mrs. Leonora Edwards.
Funeral lberiticesiltive been set
for,, tomorrow arSt. -Vincent de
Paul's Church, followed by burial
in the Herrera Cemetery.

GETS BOOK LEARNIN1
LECCE,- Italy (1a1)..--Gius2p
Pina Grecoo 72, qia;s passed her
first form elementary school ex examination
amination examination with flying colors. She
said she took up studies ,at her
advanced age because she, al,
ways" was annoyed at signing an
"x' when she, reeeived her
monthly old-aga ,pfnshnr.

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CHICAGO, (uti)--A,, packed' : The
evated train crimched intO the appea
rear of a stopped train, equally Alber,
jammed, high above northwest masht
Chicago yesterday. Many of the and s
136 injiired, who were treated excep
in hospitals, were in shock. suran
The crash. occurred, itt 11:10
a.m. at the beignt kaf the morn- The
Wehli
ing rush hour.
Hundreds- 'el loop-bound office traPP'
could
workers were.hurled to the .tfloors
of the all- meta cars. Firemen so an
to the
lowered the: worst injured to .the
ground, three flodrs below, by ap let
aerial platform "snorkel"' device. ar!uf
The rest of the estimated WI F'retr
proba
to 800 persons en' the tww six-car
trains climbed down fire ladders life'
or Avalkti yardi to the, near- Wet
,
est "el', 'notation. along'4 narrow the tl
catwalk., car c
AIL available, ambidances, a n ,, e s.
.4 th I I
police' equipment shuttled the in-
lured and dazed to three hospi- la gra
tals. St, tlizabeth's Hospital re- sal"'
the t
ceived 87 persons, St. ,Mary of
Nazareth 29, and Lutheran Dea- P"Pl
comies 20. the f
and (
Only a few of the injured were
hospitalized. A, Jtholigh, ati;eaSt t Ant
person was erushedq-betweenAlte ing c,
two- trains, most' of the victims woms
had merely been shaken up, ter- and t
rified, or bruised. The slow speed downl
ot the oncoming train apparently we hi
prevented any fatalities. A ct
One of the injured was Dominic seemt
Parise, 43, motorman of the traiii The
which sinashed,,Utd ,the.,,rear,pf,
the 'standing train. His front car There
pushed 30 'inches into the steel tion o
framework' of the car ahead' -and stop I
Parise was trapped in his cab for A
30 minutes until crowbars pried 'hens
him loose. Wing
Some 6f the passengers in Pa, Logar
rise's train said they hammered vated
at the' door of alio cab, yelling ,to backe
him to Stop before he crashed. was
Passengers in, she train ahead to flE
watched helplessly as the oncom- The
ing' train smashed into them. train

Irate Disc Jockey
Bariiicdes Self
KMEA's Studios

00'70,,:4,,., 3,' ,','-:,',.. ''' 1 DAVENPQRT, Iowa (UPI) --k
: ,1,,,, ., -, -,-,:.' :,4,0:, ,. 4 diqc lockey,, unhauoy about his
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'-, -':, r,,,,....-",f.,' '-:' ''' 4'4' i' ,,: ,,! ,,.. '' ,... ,,,,..i pushed a heavy desk and every
'A .--''..-',t,--- ',',i, ,,' ' '-', ,' ', ; available piece of furniture and
.,;..,...,....,., ..-.4..., :. equipment in the room against the
! ,t,,, ,,..,,,i, .1 ; roor. lie refused to come out or
' '1. ,. let anyone in as he staged, his
' ,: :,....,". s,:o,4.-',,..f ,,, ,.
to 4111"!"'",-:',- marathon 'broadcast of the ,rec ,rec;.,',
;.,', ,rec;.,', ''' ' t ; $, ''' !' ,', ord, "Only the Shadow Knows.
Bandy said he was miffed with
f',:i ,- 4. ..
'! ''. 0.. ,-:- station manager Howard Dorsey
i-,,, ,-,,,,,,-.,,,-,
....,, , g,; ,,.;:- and only after Dorsey 'arrived
ee' ,-,r,"I 1', ', 'I back in Davenport ,at 7:4,5 p.m.
-Z.,,.d -,-,',"k ,I 4, .,:i,.
did Bandy give up his barrivated
,..,
''' perch., Dorsey 4nd Bandy then
' ,!,1 ,".",,, .i, went into conference tO try t6 set,
-,, f--,t ,''.' ,'..' ',, tle'the dispute.
;.4.A,:" ,'''' '-'',f.. He began 'his marathon broa4-
4,,,v. 6,5,. cast at noon, and was interrupted
, .,,, ..,,..., ,.. only by a 25-tninute interlude at
, . mid-afternoon' because of a power
T. E.' BUItttlit, 'President Of' the Panania and Canal ZOne ,Auto failure, the cause Of which coUld
Club, left, hands School Superintendent S:''E. Esser, a418mm. fea- not be determined.
ture film fot the -Schools library, as',Scheols' Safety ':Officer 'Cl.' Program director Nen Brown
C. Locktidge 'watches...The film is entitled 'Your School Safety said Bandy ,c,nuld not be cut off
Patrol." It. describes the wOrk of the .bestknown and-most out- the air betauie FCC 'regulations
standing commilnity service activitp carried en by the AktfOr require the station to' remain on
40, years. '' ".:" ' -,-P "-I' "!' -; --; It -- '',:, the.,alr Until sign., off time, which
There ere Curtently sorne,1770,0001members brtlieAAA School. was 8 'pie. 1 ..
Safety Patrol Program in the tUriited'States 'alone. It the Vartal The;building, was ,jamMed with
Zone there are 820 students 102 15 differe4 Schools participating Curious spectatons during the Aft-,
in the program, V?hiCh has betn highly successful here. The Ca- Oration. Bandy received a ,nuniber
nal Zone programvis sPonsoree I the Panama afic14,Cinal Zone of notes slipped under the door,
Auto Club iin,,cooperation with he' Canal ZOne'S. SchOols and with messages ratiging.from 'I'm,
4 1 witi, Irma tek f41., ,ta..,i ft

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,
T. E.' BURROWL'president Of) the ?amnia and Canal ZOne
Club, left, hands School Superintendent S:E. Esser, a418mm fea fea,
, fea, ture for the Schools libtary,- as',Scheole Safety -:Wficer
C. Locktidge watches:. The film is entitled 'Tour School SafetY
Patrol." It. describes the work of thel;est,,known and-most out outstanding
standing outstanding community ,seryice activitp carried en by the AlktfOr
40, years. --0 "II--
There ere curtently 'Borne, 770 ,0001members 'or the 'AAA School
Safety Patrol Program in the arritted'States 'alone. the Valial
- Zone thert are 820 students 'hi' 15 differe4 SChools patticipating
in the program, V?hiCil has betn highly successful here. The -Canal
Zone programvis sponsored. by the Panama and',Canal Zone

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Smash-Up Of Chicago Elevated Trains

Sends 136 Hurt, Shocked To Hospitals

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: The worst ittjured, pastenger.
appeared to be 20-Year-old Nancy
Alberger. Her right leg w a s
mashed between the two trains
and she might have bled to death
except for a quick thinking in insurance
surance insurance executive.
The insurance man, Donald
Wehling, 25, said 'the girl was
trapped between the trains. I
could see her right leg dangling,
so another fellow and I sjumped
to the tracks to pull her' out."
Wehling whipped' off, his belt'
Slid' 'applied it as a ttiuriliquet.
Firemen said later the action
probably saved Miss Alberger's
life.
Welding and others described
the terrified moments in the last
car of the standing train before
the smashup.
"I heard someone yell a''tr'aill
is going to hit us!' Wehling
said. "I turned around and saw
the train coming down on us.
People went sprawling all over
the floor. There was screaming
and crying and yelling."

t Another passenger otivithe,stanthe
ing car, Pearl 'Uptown, said "The'
woman next to me looked back
and said 'Isn't he going to slow
down?" The next thing I kncw,
we had been thrown to the floor.
A couple of people near me
seemed to be crushed."
The moving train was APPan
entlyhitravelling4 at a- mech..
Tliere was no immediate explana explanation
tion explanation of why Parise was unable to
stop his train in time.
A spokesman for the Chicago
lransit Authority said a contrib contributing
uting contributing factor was a pileup on the
Logan Square branch of the ele elevated
vated elevated system. Trains had been
backed up and the train which
was hit was waiting for the jam
to elear.
The front wheels of the moving
train went off the tracks, but
there was no fire. All electricity
on the line was cut off and hun hundreds
dreds hundreds more work-bound passen passengers
gers passengers in trains behind hPri to get
off and board special buses.

Tumor Removed From Truman
In Successful 3-Hour Operation

KANSAS ary, mo. (uPI)
Mrs. Harry S. Truman, the for former
mer former first lady, yesterday under underwent'
went' underwent' surgery for the removal of a
tumor in her left breast in a
three-hour operation described as
a "grand success'.
Neither former President Tru Truman
man Truman not doctors would comment
officialln,but a spokesman mil milier
ier milier with.such cases said it inpear inpeared
ed inpeared that preliminarrtest during
thcluriery indicatM that the tu tumor'
mor' tumor' was not malignant.
Othervtise, he said, the entire
breast likely would have been re removed.
moved. removed. ,He emphasized, 'however,
that several more 'tests probably
will be made to be certain that
malignancy,,was involved.
Mrs. Truman. 74,.-wbose Condi
tion atiptirently was dischvered
after she vitered the hospital last
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With President and ,Mrs. de la
Guardia as honored -guests, Club
Altamira's duo-piancr. concert de dedicated
dicated dedicated to the youth' of Panama
will get underway next Tuesday
at 8 p.m. in the Central neater.
In addition to the pianist, six sixyeAr
yeAr sixyeAr old lvette and eight-yearold
Ricardo, the concert will also
featureoa ballet performance by
13-year-old Brenda. The program
will consists of compositions of
Bach, Schumman, Spaulding,
Beethoven and others.
Also listed among the guests are
members of President'cle la Guar Guardia's
dia's Guardia's cabinet the diplOmatic corps;
the governors of Pataniti, Ctiln
and the Canal' Ztle'aed setergl
other prominent residents of Pa Panama
nama Panama and the Canal Zone.
The club is sPonsoring ,the con concert
cert concert to raise funds to meet its
scholarship obligations. .
Tickets are priced at $1.50 for
reserved seats, $1 geberal admi,,
sion and may be bought at the of office
fice office of the Panama Tribune,- Za Zapateria
pateria Zapateria EAtudiante, Lewis Service
and Stone's book store.

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Thursday for a checkup after a'
stubborn- winter Told, entered the
surgery room on the sixth floor
at 1 a.m., co,,t. and emerged at
1:45 p.m.
She was taken directly to her
fifth floor room where her hus husband
band husband had Waited. Truman told re reporters
porters reporters she was conscious at that
time and that he spoke to her.
Truman, who- was grave but
more relaxed than, he had been
earlier during the tension, said
doctors wern "highly pleased"
with the Operation and termed it
a "grand succes".
Mrs. Truman, the former Bess
Wallace and the daughter of one
of the first familiei in the Tru Trumans'
mans' Trumans' nearby home of Independ Independence,
ence, Independence, was reported in "very sat satisfactory
isfactory satisfactory condition," ,-
Truman, holding a news confer conference
ence conference in a. hospital instruction
room on the first floor, told re reporters
porters reporters while motioning to his
left side "they took a tumor out
of her breast. The less said about
it the better.'
Truman, who hild photograph photographers
ers photographers "I just don't feel like any pic pictures
tures pictures today," said he would be
otherwise occupied and would not
issue any further comment, He
said the hospital might be able to
make a statement later.
Truman made one telephone
call to daughter Margaret in New
York during the liperation and an another
other another afterward. "Margaret has a
job on her hands. She can't
come,' he said.
Margaret, now Mrs. Clifton Dan Daniel,
iel, Daniel, is expecting a second child
I very soon.

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' P HARK BERINDASBirthday parties are a tradition With"C COmPanY, lst Battle Group, 20th InfantrY, Fort Gulick, and Aliamira's doo-piano., concert de deTruman
Truman deTruman made one telephone
each month. thoee whe celebrate their anniversaries sub' honored. Sharing in the reception given for men born in may were, dicated to the,.youth' of Panama call to daughter Margaret in New t ,,,
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1001Att EVENTS AT BRITISH EMBASSY HONOR
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thitstanding social events in Panami City this week induct induct',
', induct', parties given at the British Embassy by British Ambassador to
Miami Sir Ian and Lady Henderson.
United Kingdom delegates to the Cepal Conference were guets
' Of tionor at a cocktail party Monday. Those attending included
, itelegates and members of the Cepal secretariat.
- luncheon party at the Embassy Monday honored Fernando
sletil, Minister of Finance and Treasury. Guests included Dr. Ikaul
?rebiseh, director of Cepal; Regino Boti, second vice chairMan;
- luillaume GeorgesPicot, head of the French delegation; Harold
it. Randall, head of the U.S. delegation; Lionel Vasse, French
lmbassador to Panami; Julian Harrington, U.S. Ambassador to
oanami; Louis Swenson, assistant director; N. Brain, R. C.
, larpes, G. G. Simpson, E. R. Hargreaves and R. A. Farquharson.

.l istoricel Society's
A
..: Weal Show Tomorrow
, A xepeat performanck by popu popu-
- popu- r request of "The Ordeal of
1
sse
. err.;,Steavneun,"Dowuraitidien mbuy vimicatonr,
Will134 pemteu to the public to toAlorrow
Alorrow toAlorrow evening under the spon sponjorship
jorship sponjorship of the Isthmian ilis.oric ilis.oric,
, ilis.oric, la Society.
The musical production will be
tiveo in the ballroom of the Tivo Tivoi
i Tivoi :Guest House, and the event
Val also be the last meeting of
he season for ,he Historical So So:iety.
:iety. So:iety. --
tCCurdy Addresses
lick Couild Members
:Gerald McCurdy of the Ameri AmeriMt
Mt AmeriMt Red Cross at Ft. Gulick was
e eueSt speaker at the r?gular
. onthly meeting of the Ft. Gu GuA
A GuA Protestant Ladies Guild.
Mrs. Marvin Nolte, president,
ftlsided over the business meet meetlti,
lti, meetlti, at which Mts. Kenneth New New'
' New' Dr was welcomed as a new mem memier.
ier. memier. Mrs. Abraham Gomez, hos host'telly
t'telly host'telly chairman, prisented Mrs.
An Borgstrom who is leqving
the States with a farewell
lgo stesses for the meeting were
tits, Carroll G. Chaphe and Mrs.
ames R. Roane.
. Other members present at th,.:
' keeting were Mrs. James Hedg Hedgle,
le, Hedgle, Mrs. Leon Green. Mrs. A. L.
Brown, Mrs. Gerald McCurdy,

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Mrs. Lowell Erickson, Mrs. Den Dennis,
nis, Dennis, Boniface, Mrs. Cecil Himes,
Mrs. Elroy Lipsey, Mrs. Delos
Kce lean, Mrs. James Roane.
Caribbean College Club
Annual Luncheon Saturday
The annual sprin, luncheon of
the Caribbean College Club is:
planned for 12:30 Saturday at the'
Breakers Club. New officers will
he in,talleri and ths Pan-CanEttes
k'ill entertain with vocal
selections
Reservations should be made
tomorrow st lhe latest with Mrs.1
W. F. Grady'. 1

Mr. and Mrs. De Boort)
To Celebrate Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence De DeBotirg,
Botirg, DeBotirg, Atlantic Side reidents,
Will receive congratolationit from
friends ard reIRti- S,,ndqy on
the occasion of their first wed wedding
ding wedding anniversary.

Mrs. Ratite Exl,"ot
Still Show?, At
The elirrent prt exh;hit or the
works of Mrs. Betty Blew 11-,ntz
he tlisolayel th, USO USOJIVB
JIVB USOJIVB in BRIboa until Mxt, 30.
.erv4"omen a, wrol pa tho
aeneral pubtie of Panamq -nd
qnne n're, invitorl 'n viaw
11-nt7' portraits, landscapes and
still lifes.

rurund" Wnmer'e Club
Fooes Wombs'',
Cpriindtf, ,f7,17,111,
will entertain AilitittorigtrrArit;$rt:
with a prJ-Ir-k the PervM PervMmunity
munity PervMmunity Buildins. The evrn' will
honor membrrc ihr Curun,h,
women's bowling le, and
pr' will he aw.rded
lloglesses for the nrnclon
1), Mrg M-ro, "r0-ro,on and
Mrs. JeaaiIe...C,o;b3,ggt11414o..--...,-......-

Amador Officers Wives
T" 1.un-h Tomorrow
The luncheon meetind of she
For' Aro prior Offirerg
will he held tomorrnw at 19:30 in
the dinint! room of the An,v-Inr
Officers Open Mess. Nevi officers

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meeting ot Lite DUSIlles4 year.
Aiso ieuitireu oe 4 tieacus tieacussioo
sioo tieacussioo tne seleciloo anu care of
cnina anti crystai oy i(opier
bnaw's in Panama.
hostebses De wives of offi officers
cers officers at toe ti-. section, head headquarters
quarters headquarters UzAttLAttin, lois.
J Schmeiter as chairman.

Shea rity I 'rail
Sisiorn000 r sr.)?
The Sisternood of Sheartai Is Israel
rael Israel win bponsor a edict parLy to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow al ternoon beiginning at 2
p.m. tne Lominunity flail,
Reserv a tions should be made
by calling r ana ma 3-2008 or 4-
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Miss Thomas To Graduate 1
From uhooi of Nursing
Miss Helen Elizabeth Thomas,'
daugnter ot Capt. and Mrs. kim-1
jamin L. Thomas, Sr. of Ancon,
will receive a Bachelor of SOi
ence Degree from CAIUmbia
versity, Depar ment of Nursing,
Faculty of Medicine, on June 3.
Miss Thomas is a graduate of
Balboa High School, class of 1954
and attenued Se. Lawrgnce Uni-1
versity in Canton, N.Y., for twoi
years befori Vansferring, to Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia Univeiiity, Sc hool of
Nursink et Columbia-Presbyterian
Medical Center in New York. 1
Mi.,s1 Thomas wil' be associat associated
ed associated with the Neurological Institute
at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical
Center as a surgici staff nurse.
Mrs. Thomas will leave by
plane for the States to attend
her daugh'er's graduation.
Panama Toastmasters
Meet At Hilton
The regular meeting of tlt.) Pa Panama
nama Panama Toastmasters Club was
held Monday evening in the PA PAnama
nama PAnama Salon of the Panama Hil Hilton
ton Hilton Hotel.
Speakers of the evening were
John Pfoiffer. Kmneth Reiland.
S'even Samos and Ralph Mc McClain.
Clain. McClain. with Ssimos named the
best speaker. Marvin Metheny at attended
tended attended as a pest.
The Panama Toastmasters meet
the first And third Mondays of
each month. The next mee'ing,

KobbP Officers Wives
Plan Fashion Show
Tho Mar lonehrm meefinct of
the Port Kobbe Officers Wives
Club will be held Thursday at
12:30 at the Kobbe, Officers Club.
The program will feature a fIsh,
ion show in cooperation with Rho Rhoda's
da's Rhoda's of Panama City.
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14WC roffsp P-eting
Tomorrnw al Hilton
The Wo.bitto on Salon of the
Panama 'Tilton Hotel will be the
"ne of P eoff60 meetinr of the
Inter-American Women's Club to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow mornino at 10. Csorli;
dates for the club offices will be
pressnted to members.

,P1155ia Pe-Embraces
titerarv Pinetlides
fxreill Pasternak

MOSCOW (IIPI)The Soviet
Union yesterday rehabilitated
of its chief lit?rary remlades ex except
cept except oneNobel Prize winner
Boris Pasternak.
Among the one-time outeaSts Te
turned to the fold by the first all allunion
union allunion Soviet Writers Congress in
five years were Ilya Ehrenberg
and Konstantin M. Simonov.
The congress olDening session
yesterday was attended by 2,000
delegates. Premier Nikita S.
Khrushehev sat in at the meeting,
at which a third major ex-noncon"ormist,
poetess Margarita Al Alliger,
liger, Alliger, was elected to the secre secretariat
tariat secretariat of the congress.
Khrtishchey personally 41e 41enounced
nounced 41enounced her int 1957, accusing her
of deviating from the party line
of socialist realism.
Pasernak was not present. His
absence underscored the fact he
still was ostracized by his fellow
Soviet writers, who denounced
him for the book. "Doctor Zhiva Zhivago"
go" Zhivago" which won the Nobel Prize.
The wr;ter declined the prize
last year after Khrushchev led
the Soviet attack on the book,
which Pasernak's critics charged
strayed from the, Leninist princi principle
ple principle that writers must serve the
cause of socialism. Pasternak was
expelled from th'e congress.
Ehrenberg POI a severe dressing
down- at the last congress for his
book, ".The Thaw,' which waS
said to have spawned R series of
anti-socialist works such as Vladi Vladimir
mir Vladimir Didintsev's "Not By Bread4
Alone."
Simonov wits denounced f
noblishing Dudintsey's novel in
the Soviet Literary Review. He
ottit his job as editor of tho re review
view review and went into self-exile in
remote Uzbekistan.

'Martin Luther'
Film To Be Shown
At Brlboa YMCA

The "Martin Luther" film will
be shown at the Balboa It.M,C.A.
II.S.O. Thursday, at 7:30 p.m.
Authentic. settings, including
castles, monasteries, church,' and
market squares in Western Get.
Many aro used in this one nom
and forty five minute showing.
The picture is superbly produced
from the standpoint of drama, sr.
tistic excellence, entertainment
value, and a massage for our time.
There As no admission charge
and the' public Is Invited to at
tendio

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Wedding cakes can be the tra-;
I ditional fruit type or a white one,
or both. The white cake knolliOn as
bride's cake, was introduced
tbout 1920. Either may be cut by
the bride and groom at the wed.
ling However, if favor boxes are
oistributed, they are filled with
1 he rich fruitcako, sometimes call.
td the groom's cake.

Groom's Dark Fruitcake
(Yield: 2 3 1-2-pounci
fruitcakes; 27 gift
portions per cake)
One cup unsolphured colitsses
1-2 cup water, 2 packages (15
ounces each) raisins, 2 jars (1
pound each) mixed candied fruit,
1 cup butter or margarine, 11-4
cups sugar, 6 egg, 2 1-4 cvos
gifted all-puroose flour, 1,4 tcas
poon baking soda, 1 1-2 teaspoons
cinnamon, 1 1-4 teaspoon nut nutnet,
net, nutnet, 3-4 teaspoon allspice, 1-2
tmspoon ground cloves, 1-2 cup

POPLARVILLE, Miss. (UPII
Mississippi authorities complained
today that FBI agents are "har
rassing" citizens inVestigatitig
the lynching of Negro M. C.
Parker.
Two men subjected to question questioning
ing questioning by the FBI Were hospitalized
one with a stroke and tne other
with what his physician described
as a "nervous breakdown."
One Official, Pearl River Coun County
ty County Atty. William S ewart, sug suggested
gested suggested that local authorities might
quit cooperating witn the FBI.
AnoJter demanded that Gov. J.
P. Coleman ask the FBI to with withdraw
draw withdraw from the Parker case. Cole Coleman
man Coleman refused, 'saying the FBI ill illvestigation
vestigation illvestigation frees Mississippi from
the stigma of "mass guilt.'
There were reports that arrests
in the case were imminent, but
not formal charges had been filed
and no arrests were disclosed.
The FBI refused comment on
progress of the investigation.
Two farmers, C. C. (Crip) Rey Reyer
er Reyer and Arthur Smi h Jr., were
hospitalized after extensive FBI
questioning in the three-week-old
investigation of the Negro rape
suspect's jailhouse abduction and
murder. 1
One doctor said Reyer "definite "definitely"
ly" "definitely" suffered a nervous breakdown
because of FBI questioning. An Another
other Another doctor said Smith "very
possibly" suffered a c er ebr al
hemorrhage for the-same reason.
Reyer is 42, Smith 31.
In Jackson, state Auditor Boyd
Golding demanded that Gov.

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THE groom has his own wedding cake. A rich fruitcake, pieces
of it are presented fie the guests in small beribboned boxes.

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By GAYNOR MADDOX !orange joice or brandy, 2 cans- (8
NEA Food and Markets Editor ounces each) wal nuts, coarsely
, chopped.
Wedding cakes can be the tra-; Blend together unsulphured mo motional
tional motional fruit type or a white one, lasses and water in a large, deep
both. The white cake knon as ,saucepan. Place over low oheat,
bride's cake, was 'introduced 'stirring constantly, until mixture
)out 1920. Either may be cut by comes to a boil. Add raising; bring
e bride and groom at the wed. Ito a boil again. Reduce heat and
ng However, if favor boxes are ilsimmer 5- minutes. Remove from
stributed, they are filled with peat,, stir in candied fruit. Re.
e rich fruitcako, sometimes call- serve. Cream together butter and
, the groom's cake. 'sugar. Blend in eggs, one at a
tine. Sift together flour, soda and
Groom's Dark Fruitcake spices; add to butter mixture al al(Yield:
(Yield: al(Yield: 2 3 1-2-pounci ternately with orange juice. Stir
fruitcakes; 27 gift into molasses-fruit mixture. Stir
portions per cake) in nuts. Turn into 2 waxed paper
lined 9x5x2 3-4-inch loaf pans.
One cup unsolphured coliisses Bake in a slow oven (325 degrees
! cup water, 2 packages (15 F.) 1 hour, 30 minutes. Cool.
nces each) raisins, 2 jars (1 Note: To package cake for Ws Ws,und
,und Ws,und each) mixed candied fruit, ,tribution at wedding, cut each
cup butter or margarine, 1 1-4 hat into 1-inch slices. Cut each
ps sugar, 6 egg, 2 1-4 evps slice into thirds. Wrap in waxed
all-puroose flour, 1,4 teas Taper-liner individual gift boxes.
on baking soda, 1 1-2 teaspoons (These boxes for wecialing cake
anamon, 1 1-4 teaspoon nut- gifts are available at specialty
et, 3-4 teaspoon allspice, 1-21stores.) Tie with white ribbon and
aspoon ground cloves. 1-2 cup 4niniature bells.

Mississippi Law Officials Complain

rdt-11 Ile AI. .111e -
will be June 1.
I r s Harrassing Folks in Quizzing

SATINA CARRIES YOU SM'OOTHLY
THRU THE IRONING HOURI

Coleman ask the agens to leave
the ease. 'ine governer asked FBI
assistance imwediately after he
larned Parkee Od been abuticteti,
by a lynch tnob April 25.
"I am doing my best to keep
all the people of Mississippi from
being eJnvictea of mass gaiit in
this Poplarville incident," Cole Coleman
man Coleman replied.
"I also am trying to keep the
state irom being engulfed in a
torrent of federal civil rights
legislation," Coleman said. "I
shall continue to do my best
along these lines because I know
it will be to our interes,s in the
long pull ahead of us."

'Emmy' Awards
On TV Tonight

Presentation of the 1959 'EMMY'
awards, made Id outstanding tele television
vision television personalities and shows,
will be featured over CFN-TV this
evening. The hour-and-a-half pro program
gram program is sehedul2d to begin at 8
p.m.

QUAKE ROCKS AUSSIES

SYDNEY, Australia (UPI) A!Dislito Von Braun
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-ono earth tremor rocked 1

strong earth tremor rocked
wide area of southeast New South
Wales yesterday. The shock caus
ed nuferous power failures. There
was no immediate report of casualties.

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Take a look at the East hand
only. Your partner opens one
heart and you 'respond one spade.
South bids three clubs and It is
passed around to you. You Ire
vulnerable and the opponents are
not and the game is duplicate.
Should you double and try to
set declarer four tricks'or should
you bid on and try for game?
Car lyn Bra 11 of New York
helped her team win the wom women's
en's women's natiOnal championship by
coming up with the right deci
sion. She doubled

Careful defense was needed In
beat the hand four tracks. S9uth
had to make his king bf spades
and dummy's ace of hearts and
if he could also make four of his
seven trumps he would be out
for a three trick set.

On the first trick Carlyn took
her Ace of spades and continued
the suit. South won and led the
king of trumps. Carlyn won that
and continued spades.
South ruffed and West over overruffed.
ruffed. overruffed. This left him with the
tru tips only. .He already had a
spade trick in and dummy's ace
of hearts made a second trick for
him but he could only make
three of those fitt,e trumps awl
had' to go down four tricks:

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QTbe bidding Ms been:
North Eut South West
1 Pass 24
240 Pasit' ?
You, South, hold:
Arid VAS (141 stiKPISS
What do you do?
ABid two spades. This is a
force and you eau show your
great strength later.
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Your partner cOntinues with I
bid of three no-trump. What do
you do now?
Answer Tomorrow

Meetings

SEA Msating
A special. meeting of the Spe Special
cial Special Education Association will be
held Wednesday eventhg at the
USO-JWB -.1n Balboa. New offi offieers
eers offieers will be electid, and summer
trainint, for handicapped children
Will ',,be ditctiSsedZ't
All parents and- other interest interested
ed interested persons are invited to attend.
-
Drama Class
There will be no regular meet meeting
ing meeting of the drama class at the
11S0-.1WB this oak, The classes,'
which normally meet each Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, will be resumed next Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday at ths Theatre Guild 1 a y'
house in Ancon.

Rug lan Professor

for College Speaker

WORCESTER,' Mass. (1TOA
,Professor's objection to Dr. Werm
her von Braun as Clark 'Universi 'University
ty 'University com mencement spe ker he hecause
cause hecause of his 'onetime' Nazi connec connections
tions connections Waf dismissed today by the
school president.
Dr. Howard B. Jefferson- said
the controversy, which began with
a letter 'yvritten to the undergrad undergradHuate
Huate undergradHuate newspaper by Asst. Prof.
'Marc Raeff, a Russian-born his-
Wiry and language teacher, was'
'just an informal discussion of the
matter."
Raeff objected to the choice of
the nlissile expert who he said be belonged
longed belonged "to that class of techni technicians
cians technicians which do,not seem to con consider
sider consider the moral implications 'of
their activities."
Von Braun was born in G'.r G'.rmany
many G'.rmany and helped the Nazis del,c1-
op their V2 rockets. He will re receive
ceive receive an honorary degree at the
ceremonies here June 7 in addi addition
tion addition to delivering the main ar ardress.
dress. ardress.
Raeff I al d von Braun hid
turned to building "destructive
weapons fr us -with tlie same en enthusiasm
thusiasm enthusiasm 'that ha prepared 'for the
victory of Nazi Germany and the
mastery of the world by Hitler
and his acolytes."
The professor Said the 'United
States was "naturally" grateful
for Von Braun's asilstance, but
"who can tell if he not ;wit
as 'readily put big talents to the
service of the next victor if' it
should happen to be I somme
else."
Von B r a it authorized the
Huntsville, Ma., base commander
to Sat he would have "no corn cornment"
ment" cornment" on the matter and would
issue no statement.
Jefferson indicated the didn't
intend to offer any apologies to
the missile thief "because none
are peered,"

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The Caribbean' U Virtliallf, an
unknown area-to' the thouaands of
world 'travellers who,leave tha
!kited States every 'year in search'
of new sightvand new ex'periencer
This was brought'. but by ,a
reed survey in, which Briniffl; In International
ternational International Airways, queried 'a re-,
presentative group passengers
departing to Europe from Idlewi;Itt
lAirport in New York.-
The survey was taken at the in instigation
stigation instigation of Rex Brack, Bratuffill
1 vice president of traffic and sales
4ind was reported id fell to the
, 1959 meeting of. the, .!CaribOcan
' Tourist Associetion twhich met in
Bogota, Colombia,' last.,,week, 4
Brack, wh9 Panama yia-1
terday en routa.bacit" to the air.
line's headquarter In DalMI:14d'
that the sltrvey ''Cleartrxindieeted
the need for planned,. consistent
canipaigns to make the United
States travelOng puhliV 411,ware Pt
the Caribbean and to clear.' 'PP
many misconceptions now,held bY
travellers for whom "going a abroad"
broad" abroad" means only going to Eu Europe.
rope. Europe.
Additional survey4s,v.11,
official said, also swore tivtv t
least 68 percent of overseas pas passengers
sengers passengers outbound from New York
fly transatlantic Aind only 82 Ter
cent fiy,to Bermuda and Latin A America.
merica. America. Braniff 'is taking steps to in increase
crease increase service and publicity in be behalf
half behalf of travel to Latin Amema,
Brack said. The airline has juSt
received delivery a two lAickhecd
Electra jet-powered aircraft, the
first of the fleet of this type air-
craft which ,will be put into serv
ice June 15. )
Also on order are a number of
Boeing 707 112-passenger jet air

THE CEI-EBRITIES
2.
New York iletiths know exatt
ly where they can pick up Frankie
Garbo along with a few otner
wEnted hoodlums but they can't
touch him because he's in Havana
and Castro's boys are (as pur purchaseable
chaseable purchaseable as Batista's ever,were...
Katry Grant, weary' aftet hec,,
tit. dim sihedule:"Vrans f.a'i rgi:
in Mexico with Bing. While there,
she'll show her husband how adept
she's become at fishing. pas pastme
tme pastme she picked up while maldng
"Anatomy of a Muider' in Ish.
peming, Michigan. Incidentally, if
you care to consider Kathy's frank
ly biased op" he'spAir,pulait
ing the report Da ''''Saf'Otiti Rot
Me' is Bing Crosby's best picture
since "Going My Way.' And it
might bet at that.
Buddy Hackett is feuding with
tke Latin Quarter waiters because
they've been serving drinks and
clanking a few plates while he
was onstage. (The big clue: Bud Buddy,
dy, Buddy, dear boy, don't work in sa saloons
loons saloons if you don't like the rattle
of ice cubes. That's the way they
make the money to pay your sa salary.).
lary.). salary.). Morton Da Costa caught
Earl Holliman's performance in
"Last Train from Gun Bill" and
now wants him for the,Gary Coop;
er role hi the Broadway musical
version of "Saratoga Trunk
,
If anyone 1,, sondIng AO,. law
his U.S. press clippings theie ay's
he's probably more than a little
confused. One day he's rumored
returning to the band business, the
very next he's planning a Mr. and
Mrs. Tv show with his wife, E Evelyn
velyn Evelyn Keyes. According to Artie,
no such projects are likely; he in.
tends to spend most of h's time
in Snain. Diana Bncrymore, cur currently
rently currently starring in Tennesse Wil Williams'
liams' Williams' "Garden District" in Chi-,
Cago flew into New York for
few hours to sign night daub con contracts.
tracts. contracts. Shell make ber:'debut as
a musical comndy act at the Tro Trooilcan&
oilcan& Trooilcan& in Las Vegas on August 1.
Pearl Belay is credited with en encouraging
couraging encouraging Diana's nitery fling; she
was so impressed, with the ac actress's
tress's actress's impi-egit tit
a Windy City paity shOnteentlt;
smirred heti to donsider,,,doing
solo, she made a few long'distance
calls and landed the'premiere'en the'premiere'enganement.
ganement. the'premiere'enganement. If you want to win bet. wager
that vour best pal doesn't know
ihe nickname Paris exiStentielistti
)iave for their Bisk, Daddy, 'Jean
Patti Sgte. Give un? It's "Pdp "Pdpeye.'
eye.' "Pdpeye.' (No, I don't know ONI)
Everett Cro'sbrtr ieeent solourn
lit Mount Sinai Hospital had thn
West Coast Crosbys worried until'
he assured thm it was just A
checkup. Anew' tiff the 'Werld

Paul Sste. Give no? It's "Pd "Pdeye.'
eye.' "Pdeye.' (No, I don't know NI.) The front' tiff lee, of 1)1g big
ball team is terribly concerned
Everett Cro'sby's' recent solourti because One of its stars agreat
at Mount Sinai Hospital had the none in baseballis tearinivoff
West Coast Crosbvs worried until on drinking sprees. Natalie
he ossured thm it was just it Wood is ecstatic because Laurence
checkup. Anew' tiff in the world Olivier, wont for the
of comedians stars PbilYnsier and Itersion of "The Entertainer"

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liners which will be dellered lat later
er later this year. The Boning 107 wid
provide Latin American residents
and visitors,wit4 tht fastcst in air
travel betvieen :nine inapitals
and major cities of Latin Ameri Ameriea,
ea, Ameriea, which Braniff connects vnth
more than O points on its domeb domebtie
tie domebtie system in the United StateS,

CONTENTED :e.:6-WS
KIDLINGTON, Hfigland (1)11)-.
Maj. Anthony Bramley said
terday his 80 cows were, sleeping
on plastic foam mattresses be because
cause because good straw was 'expensive
and hard to get. "There's no
doubt the caws like tbe- mat.
tresses very much," be said. He
reported milk production had increased.

THE VOICE OF
ag,OADW AY'
by Dorothy Kiligalien

Mort Sahl. Somebody' said some something
thing something about the other Perseh's abi abilitf
litf abilitf ti ad. libanct 'pow!. ."The
Nervous Set,' which opened at
the Henry Miller Theatre, was dis
appointing to aficionados of the
beat scene because it waS se
square. Rather like one of those
charming little -English Musicals
that get by with, two pianos in the
bit' find rinint4 initising' tePifril 'kV
ferences. The music is nowhere.
The. FBI is on the trail of a
carload of Johnny Mathis records
burgled from4 Chicago Warehouse.
4se
They've bee quizzing Broadway"
disc shop o ers in their hunt i:or
the album0... rah Vaughan will
,aplit with the Willard Alexander
6ffice when her contract ekpires
in the Fall. Most likely to succeed
as her new manager: Joe Glaser.
Errol Flynn, who used to make
news with his glamorous dates, is
now most conspicuous because of
fiis rabbit a cute creature nam named
ed named McTavish who spurns lettuce
but laps up daiquiris as if there
were no tomorrow. .The Sam
Goldwyn production of "Porgy and
Bess" is rolling up the biggest ad-
vance sale in movie history. It's
alread -topped $100,000 six weeks
before the world prerdieremore
than the total advance claimed bY
the trevious pacesetter,. -','Bridge
On the' River Klvai,",',' ,,,
John droster Dulles, the, netiOn's
niest fgruous hospitd Patient, reads
avidly ,...ttv, attired- ratbei an off offbeat
beat offbeat schedule. He pigks up a- rnys rnystery,
tery, rnystery, finishes it, devours a coutle
of Winston Churchill's memoirs,
then picks up another whodunit,
' Scott Brady la supposed to be
'1starred' in "Deetry., Rides A ACain,'
Cain,' ACain,' but Ed Sullivan' didn't men mention
tion mention him whet' he' introduced the
number that aPpeared nn televi-
sion. Dolorei Gray got the billing
.,.. Yet Moriin,,the miniature jazz
pianisffit lhe44441(4rY House, is
a Thileglilingtit discevery. He
found' all 9-5,potmdi of her in Chi Chicep.
cep. Chicep.
,
Ali Kahn's asking price for his
memoirs ia discouraging several
interested U.S. nublishers. One
of our rnofiVtionktlee;b1p-:musiciane,
has, been refused ,'perrnission to
toiir Britain because of his nar narCotics
Cotics narCotics records. Ile's -cured, kn knnuestionablv,
nuestionablv, knnuestionablv, but the English won't
have bim over there, even so. .
Paris f.riends of Hazel Scott aLl!,
alirmq becauge her recovery
after serious surgery has been far
too slow. z: : I
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. The "Martin Luther" film will for Von Braun's nsilstance, but 1
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1 Buy Tho Paint That's Worth Tho Work The illesidy,LpsM be shown at the Balboa Y.M,C.A. "'"-- I' ,,k "who can tell if be will. not ;mit
- II.S.O. Thursday, at 7:30 p.m. a
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Fik as 14Z Titf;5 castle', monasteries, churches and
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and forty five minute showing Huntsville, Ma., base commander Well -) 'i'4' Nk. '' ''' ,S t(ES i
DISTRIBVTORS: ,' The picture is superbly produced to Say be would have "no corn. & .,090- t A
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'' PANAMA COLON from the standpoint of drama, sr. th, lii Ak.... ,' ment" on the matter and would 01. s., 'try..40,,,..1'
, 'GVARDIA & CIA, S. A. SCOTT & SCOTT tistie excellence, entertainment s
. f l.'914 -14 l&I ,i),'Att Miracle-Tuft 690 issue no statement.
value, and a massage for our time. Jefferson indicated the didn't .81-
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.. las' sailing rename 3-2008 or 4- e -Mt ,, i,:,,ns VS:SO: SiSiSis'
. ;', flislorical Society's Mrs. Lowell Erickson, Mrs. Den- 0526. ,,... .0-- s'ssAs .'' s .4.s4s4;s:
sss sss sssss ,. ss:, : ,.-, ,?,,:.:';'.,4411,11 only. Your partner opens one
States travelOng publiv ateaes es rt,,,I.,,s,,,, ,si,ist,,iis iissiS
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':''' Idusical Show Tomorrow nis, Boniface, Mrs. Cecil Himes, fs
s 's.s.s, ssoss.ssisss. :ss s., heart and you 'respond one spade. u'e Caribbean and S to clears' 11P ,- ts. 't :.'" -":7 ' ''' '-' 4
t': A xepeat performancs by Point- Mrs. Elroy Lipsey, Mrs. Delos!
I Miss Thomas To Graduate 'V,,',''' ,' - -,' ''' :opseioain- South bids three clubs and it is manY mlisconcePtiOns ilew,,beist-,by REX' illitK' '. :
, A',,i-Ai..,,,,,,a,mhas .. ,..-
!,.. r request of "The Ordeal of Keelean, Mrs. Janes Roane. travellers for whom -"going a an
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From acheal ot Nursing fruitcake pieces passed around to you. You are ss ,
4, THE groom has Isis own wedding cake. A rich
broad" mean
, r.' Steven," written by victor Miss Helen Elizabeth Thomas, eribboned boxes. vulnerable and the opponents are s only going to En- liners which will be delivered lat lat'..
'.. lat'.. err and Donald Musselman, Caribbean College Club ., of it are presented Ile the guests in small b
daugnter ot CapL and Mrs. Sim- ......... not and the game is duplicate. rope. er this year. The Boettig,107 wid k
alit.'be pesented to the public to- Annual Luncheon Saturday ---- o ----
jamm L. Thomas, Sr. of Ancon, Should you double and try to provide Latin American residents
'sorrow evening under the spon- The annual sprin, luncheon of wilt receive a Bachelor of Set. I set declarer four tricks'or shodld Additional stu'veysissAs, Preni.tf and visitors,with tha fastest' hi air
jorship of the isthmian His.oric- the Caribbean College Club isl By GAYNOR MADDOX 'orange joice or brandy, 2 cans- (8 a--) official said, also
ence Degree from CAI bia UM- you bid on and try for game, ftree I ',kV at travel bettieensilielilie Viapitala
tl Society. Planned for 12:30 Saturday at the' versity, Depar ment of Nursing, '' e u
NEA Food and Markets Ethic. o nces each) wal nuts, coarsely Carlyn- Brall of New York least 68 percent of overseas' pas and major cities el Leta Ameri-
The musical production will be Breakers Club. New officers will chopped.
Faculty of Medicine, on June 3. helped her team win the wom- sengers outbound from New York ca, which Braniff conneets Ninth
. tive,a In the ballroom of the Tivo- he in,talled and ths Pan-Can- Wedding cakes can be the tra-; Blend together unsulphured mo-
Miss Thomas is a graduate of en's natibnal championship by' flY transatlantic ,iind ,only ,32 Tes more than 50 points! on its domes domes's
's domes's i :Guest House, and the event Ettes Will entertain with vocal ditional fruit type or a white one, lasses and water in a large, deep
B lb H h S h I 1 f 95
1 a oa ig c oo c ass o 1 4 coming up with the right steel cent fly,to Bermuda' and Latin A- tic system in the United Statea,
vill also be the last meeting of SelPeliOng or both. The white cake,' knoltn as saucepan. Place over low theat, merica.
! and attenued Ss. Lawrence 'Gni mon. She doubled- S
he season for ,he Historical So- Reservations should be made b 'd
a re e s cake, was introduced 'stirring constantly, until mixture
t C t N Y f t
versi y in an on, ., or wo Braniff 'is taking steps to in- CONTENTED ';CCANSN''-1. ' 40
:bout 1920. Either may be cut by comes to a boil. Add raising; bring
-,I- :tety. tomorrow at ihe latest with Mrs. years befori Vansferring, to Co- Careful defense was needed to crease service and publiseity .in .be- KIDLINGTON, En. land'''.
(UPI)...
W. F. Grad. the bride and groom t th
a e wecI Ito a boil again. Reduce heat and
lumbia Univerliity, Se h o o 1 of I 5 t Re f beat the hand four tracks. S9utn
- half of travel to Latin Amerita 1
, ,Maj. Anthony l3ram ey' said yes,
ling Ho 'f f b
wever, i avor oxes are isimmer minu es. move rom B k el
had to make his king Of spades rac sal The airline has jUst terday his 80 coytts were, sleeping
' CCurdy Addresses Nursink at Columbia-Presbyterian oistributed, tho fil d ti. 1' t, C
y are i e wi i sea s ir in candied fruit. Re Reolick
olick Reolick Wild Members Mr. and Mrs. Dip Bourg Medical Center in New York. d d
an ummy s ace ot ear s an
, h t d received delivery of two Lockhe d 1 C f
c on p as lc oam mattresses be be,
, be, :Gerald McCurdy of the Ameri- To Celebrate Anniversary i he rich fruitcaks, sometimes call- serve. Cream together b ti I
u er am El t j
Missl Thomas wilt be associal- if he could also make four of his ec ra et-powered aircraft, the cause good straw was 'expensive
an Red Cross at Ft. Gulick was Mr. and Mrs. Clarence De- td the groom's cake. 'sugar. Blend in eggs, one at a first of the fleet of this type air- ,and hard to get. "There's no
e gueS!
speaker at the rsgular Boors, Atlantic Side residents, ed with the Neurological Institute
at Columbia-Presbyterian Medic I
Mrs. Thomas will leave by tine. Sift together flour, soda and seven trumps he would be out
for a three trick set. craft which swill be put into.sery dqubt the coWs like' the- mat.
,, , treses very much,". lie'said. He
a Groom's Dark Froltcak spices; add to butter mixture al- ice June 15.)
. onthly meeting of the Ft. Gu-sswill receive congratulationti from I
' Center as a surgical staff
nurse. (Yield: 2 3 1.2-pound ternately with orange juice- Stir
ck Protestant Ladies Guild. friends ard relati- Snidqy on On the first trick Carlyn took Also on order are a number of 'llt
reported mi production had 'in 'in,Mrs.
,Mrs. 'in,Mrs. Marvin Nolte, president, the occasion of their first wed- fruitcakes; 27 gift into molasses-fruit mixture. Stir h d Boeing 707 112-passenger jet -
plane for the States to attend er Ace or spa es ano continued all creased.
ailsicied over the business meet- ding anniversary. portions per cake) in nuts. Turn into 2 waxed paper
her daugh'er's graduation. the suit. South won and led the
Vtg, at which Mts. Kenneth New- lined 9x5x2 3-4-inch loaf pans. king of trumps. Carlyn won that ....'"n".'n.".."'""""mn".' s......,
' 'ais was welcomed as a new mem- Mrs. Ratite Exititot , One cup unsulphured collisses Bake in a slow oven (325 degrees
Panama Toastmasters and continued spades. ,.. s, s .,,
ier. Mrs. Abraham Gomez, hos- Still Shown At Iter,,ivin 1-2 cup water, 2 packages (15 F.) 1 hour, 30 minutes. Cool.
NUmtt At Hilton South ruffed and West over- slielts4k, Nsts
talit chairman, presented Mrs. The corrent set eshillit or the ounces each) raisins, 2 jars (1 Note: To package cake for dis i
t Y The regular meeting of the Pa- ruffed. This left him with rise ::: :1,7s Nti THE VOICE OF '''
fahn Borgstrom who is leaving 1 works of Mrs. Betio Blew Rsntz d h) d cl d f .t t b .t. t dd. h es.":'-'
poun eac muse can ie rut ,, ri u ion a we mg, cut eac trusops only. ,He already had a : rav.:14A ;;;::
nama Toastmasters Club was 1 cup butter or margarine 1 1-4 hat into 1-inch sli
, ces. Cut each
the States with a farewell Nsil he disolayes a' tse IISO
held h
Monday evening in t e Pa- spade trick in and dummy's ace SV.s.,Wst i'''..:
cups sugar, 6 egg, 2 1-4 evos slice into thirds. Wrap in waxed
l JWIS in Balboa tmtil Mast 30.
' q t f th et'n werH All sertr'eemen a- w as
, os esses 01 e me i g
--, g. sti ths name Salon of the panama Hit gifted all-puroose flour, 1-4 tPas Taper-liner individual gift boxes.
ton Hotel. of hea t made a f ''''. i
second trick or s..','..,
him burts h '''''
e could only make istis.,, s v
, tfts. Carroll G. Chaphe and Mrs. eeneral public of Panamq snd i poon baking soda, 1 1-2 teaspoons (These boxes for wedding cake three of tho f. '''' ' BR DWAI DWAIse
se DWAIse ive trumps assd 4,s,Lst, ,,sss
ames R. Roane. I flip qnne a're invitert n Vitti S k f h
mr, pea ers o t e evening were tinnamon, 1 1-4 teaspoon nut- gifts are available at specialty h ct t g do foti t 1 k - ',N,:', -0',',"''''' ' -1' -' -' ''
a o o wn r r c s.
John Pfeiffer. Kmneth Reiland. net 3-4 teaspoon allspice 1-21stores ) Tie with whit rbbo d
, e i n au kal -
' Other members present at th,s,1 Bonts' portraits, landscapes and
S'even S d R I h M
amos an a p C- lsaspoon ground cloves, 1-2 cutOniniature bells. Otts;fill "s,s:
' Meeting were Mrs. James Hedg-1 still lifes. Clain. with Ssimos named the sol's,, ii10,,'',' A's .
''s is, Mrs. Leon Green. Mrs. A. L. 'best speaker. Marvin Metheny 'at- 1FCARD J'etidett by Dorothy Kiligalien,
Brown, Mrs. Gerald McCurdy, rorundo Wnmer's Club -11 I i '-',:l .. :1'
tended as a pest.
-
. Fetes Bowline Members Mississippi Law Officials Complain Q-Tbe bidding Ms bean: ,
,
'11 3
i AVOID The Panama Toastmasters meet
The CurtindWonien!,S ,,,,CIS'h. sh f" q d flid M d f
-,,..., - ,4 (1, e in an ir on ays ,. o
will entertain sisisdoertireist lt
with a ps),1,,,,k-airis,, !ft stip -ems s
''" -- -tss each o th Th
m n e next meeing North Eut South West
. 1 , Pass As Pawl, THE CELEBRITIES Mort Sahl. Somebody -s
' said some-
--- will be June I. FI31' I H
s arrassing Folks in Quizzing 2 Pase ' ?
You, South, bold: New York iletiths know exatt litfl ad, lib-ancl 'pawl'. ."The
' '' "" 01114 about. the other.PerS911's abi
. munity Building. The event will
'-')'' DIAPER RASH
honor memberc of .the Curorm .
Kobbp Officers Wives A.176 ,A5 (141 AKPISE 18t where theycan pick up Frankie Nervous Set,' which opened at
- wom,en's bowline le,ne. and ....
?tan Fashion Show -s-- 0 What do you do? arbo along with a few otner the Henry Miller Theatre, was dis
..e: g,,, Don't let your nr'-, will 1),, aurdnit ti,,,,,.
,
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Tho Mar lonehrm meetiryt of A-Bid two sPedes This ts a wanted hoodlums but they can't apPointing to aficionados Of the
, lloglesses for the er-rclon wilt POPLARVILLE, Miss. (UPI)-- Coleman ask the agens to leave force and you can show
:.,.: j baby sutter t)r. Atrs. M-res JoH,lon and the Fort Kobbe Officers Wives agr touch him because he's in Havana beat seene because it WaS SO
CIO) ill Ise held Thursday at Mississippi authorities complained the case. line governor asked FBI great strength later. and Castro's boys are ( (t
as pur- square. Rather- like one of those t
s trom dairip Mrs JeanDeZtia,S40-lb--------- 12.:30 w
at the Kobbe Officers, Club.
today that FBI agents are "har assistance imspediately after he h bl B t t ' were h r U. 1' h 1 1
TODAY'S QUESTION i c asea e as a is a s ever, ... c armmg it e -Eng is thus ca s ,
,-
sassing" citizens '111' inVesti
gatilig tatted 'Parker had' heen abudcte4, -- s- ---- ,
diapers. After Amador Officers Wives T
' he program will feature a fash, 1 Katry. Gsant, weary' after', it.hecs that get by wittilwo. pianos in thes'
Your partner continues with a
the lynching of Negro M. C. 1)y a lvoch met, April 25. '' ti tom iihedle r1 'Ora n s l'.)is rear bit kid VIM(' iiiiitialtie ttitilfril ft-l
ion show in cooperation with Rho- s bid of three nostrump. What do L i II
': every diaper Is 1.onsh Tomorrow Parker.
da's of Panama City in Mexico with Bing. While t ere, ferences. The music is nowhere.
you do now? :
s The luncheon meetind of she "1 am doing my best to keep she'll show her husband how adept The., FBI is on' the trail 'Of a
k change, use Fr," arriaanr Offirerg IV-- rno-,
Two men subjected to question- all the people of Mississippi from Answer Tomorrow
1sWC (-offs Vesting she's become at fishing. ..a pas- carload of Johnny Mathis, records
MEXANA will be held tomorrss, at 19:30 in
Tomorrnw at Hilton ing by the FBI Were hospitalized being convictect ol mass gaiit in
tss dirtier! room of the A'''',40"' with a stroke and tne other, this' Poplarville incident," Cole ColeThe
The ColeThe W-shole os Sqlon of the -one Cline she picked up while maldng burgled from4 Chicago Warehouse.
"Anatomy of a Murder' in Ish. They've bee quizzing Broadway" :
Officers Open Mess. New officers the with what his physician described man replied.
Panama 'Tilton Hotel will be peming, Michigan. Incidentally, if disc shop o ers in their huntslpr
sseee of s coffee messily, st. the as a "nervous breakdown." Meetings you care to consider Kathy's frank the ,album0... rah Vaughan Will
One Official, Pearl River Coun- "I also am trying to keep the ly biased op" he'srtkrula ssalit with the Willard Alexander
- Inter,American Women'a Clob to to-
- to- "'' ,, s,
Atty. William S ewart, sug- state Isom being engulfed in a SEA Mooing ing the report the -"Saf'Utlie fdr :Office when her contract ekpires
BOOK LACOUER morrow mornino at lb. Cgrieli.' tY
dates for the club offices will be gested that local authorities might, torrent' of federal civil r i g h t s A special. meeting of the Spe- Me' is Bing Crosby's best picture in the Fall. Most likely to succeed
quit cooperating witn the FBI. legislation," Coleman said. I
, prernted to members. "- cial Education Association will be since "Going My Way.' And it as her new manager: Joe Glaser.
Antilles demanded that Gov. J. shall continue to do my best held Wedhesday eveniog at the alight be, at that. ,---
by P. Coleman ask the FBI to with- along these lines because I know USO-JVB -in Balboa. New offi- ,Errol Flynn, who used to make
I )411551a Pe-Embroces draw from the Parker case. Cole- it will be to our interess
man refused, 'saying the FBI hi- long pull ahead of us."
. . in the cers will be eleetid, and summer Buddy Hackett is feuding with news with his glamorous dates, is
,
,
,Ah ,.. training 1017.bandicaPPed children tke Latin Quarter waiters because now most conspicuous because of
b
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--- titerarv Peneoade
,,, vestigation frees lillississipm from
S the stigma of "mass guilt.
There were re:ports that arrests
a ''''"'"Will 'Tbs 'ditchasedZ,
.
All parents and other interest- they've been serving drinks and ins rabbit a cute creature nam namn
n namn in a few lates .while he ed McTavish who s urns lettuce
cla k g p p
was onstage. (The big ,clue: Bud- but laps up daiquiris as if there
', in the case were imminent, but 'Emmy Awards tend
ed persons are invited to at
dy, dear boy, don't work in sa- were no toniorrow. The Sam
. not formal charges had been filed d
loons if you don't like the rattle Goldwyn production of "Porgy and
ma Class
' Extell Pasternak and no arrests were disclosed. On TV Tonight DrTah
ere will be no regular meet- 0 ice cu es. a
f b Th t's the way they Bess" is rolling up the biggest ad-
MOSCOW (1713I)--The Soviet The FBI refused comment on ing of the drama class at the make the money to pay your sa- vance sale in movie history. It's
,
- wear Union yesterday rehabilitated ;Al progress of the investigation. Presentation of the 1959 'EMMY
'-------' 1,180-.TWB this 'Week, The classeS,' larY.). Morton 'Da Costa caught !dread -topped $100,000. six weeks
Cri Re awards made Id outstandind tele-
1 of its chief literary renslades ex- Two farmers, C. C ( P) Y b which normally meet each Tues- Earl Holliman's performance in before the world prerdiere-more 4
Ittote'L etToutt, ot Mar er and Arthur Stm h Jr. were vision ersonalities and shows, d
cept one--Nobei Prize winner P
Boris Pasternak.
Among the one-time outeasts re. cl
hospitalized after extensive FBI will be featured over CFN-TV this
uestioning in the three-week-old evening. The hour-and-a-half pro- ay will be resumed eext Toes Toesrt
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turned to the fold bY the first all- investigation of the Negro rape gram is scheduled to begin at 8 version of "Saratoga Trualt '' John jPoster Dui, the, nation's.
IN EVERV CAM union Soviet Writers Congress in suspect's jailhouse abduction and p.m. : , .,
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five years were Ilya Ehrenberg murder. Russian Professor If anyone 1,s,, sonlng mi,le- law avidiy-i4-0,,, attired- rather' an off-
and Konstantin M. Simonov. One doctor said Reyer "definite- QUAKE ROCKS AUSSIES his U.S. press clippings these ayS beat schedule. Ile pilAs Up &I-flys.
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yesterday was attended by 2,000 because of FBI questioning. An- SYDNEY, Australia (UPI) A s e II
Disillass Von Braun confused. One day he's rumored of Winston Churchill's memoirs,
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HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Come Comedian
dian Comedian ,Eddie Canter's eldest daugh.
ter Majorie, 44, died Sunday of
sancer.
The famed comedian, who has
been ailing tor several years, was
, place unf,er sedation.
Miss Cantor and her four sisters
had provided a running gag for
Cantor during 'his radio-television
days when he would lament that
he nad no sons. But his affection
for his five daughters was well-,
known.
Miss Cantor had suffered frorn
the disease the past two years
and entered' Cedars of Lebanen
Hospital last March 26 for the
second time within a year.
Sne and her sisters kept the
news of her affliction froth Can Canter
ter Canter and his wife, Ida, until March
When her condition became grave.
Both Cantor and his wife suffer
from heart ailments.
Only the sisters, MrS. Nat li116
'Metzger of Los' Angeles, Mrs.
Edna McHugh of Maiibu, Calif.,
Marilyn Cantor of New York and
Mrs, Janet Gari also of NeW York
were at Marjorie's bedside when
death tame. -N.
Marjorie ,Seryed,,for ,years ta
her fAther'etsecieterY.r.and!Wa'X''a
wrjter. She' contributed articles to
many magazines and traveled ex extensively
tensively extensively with her pirents.

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Sugreine Court Agrees To bpinine
Constitutionally Of 2 Ordinances

for the Advincement,of Colored
People to disclose its membership
lists' and to file financial state statements.
ments. statements. The ordinances were passed by
Little Rock and North Little
Rock, Ark., at the height of the
controversy ov(tr, integration of
public schoolspAiiAW area. They
were designed "ostensibly to deter determine
mine determine whether certain nomprofit
organizations should be paying
taxes.
The NAACP challenged the .9r .9rdinances
dinances .9rdinances aftet MO. Daisy
Bates, Arkanarits NAACP, Presi President,
dent, President, and Ma. Birdie Willisms,
president of the North Little Rock
branch, were fined 25 for failing
to file the required financial state statement
ment statement and to reveal membership
lists to the city council.
The NAACP always has main maintained
tained maintained that disclosure oo its mem
bership list would subject its
members to Intrassment and pos possibly
sibly possibly physice injury- in the South
because of its fight on racial seg segresation.
resation. segresation. Thz Supreme Court will sched
Ule oral argoillents in the- term
he,ginning,ingxt, anft then pi
tow With a written,,opintoh.
The NAACP ease was the high highlight
light highlight of an otherwise light decis decision
ion decision Monday.

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WASHINGTON (UPI) The The Little, Rock and North Little
Supreme Court agreed yesterday Hock case: wasone of ,severat in into
to into examine the constitutionality uf volving the NAACP still pending
two Arkansas City ordinances re- before the court. One involves an
quirmg the National Association attempt by the state of Arkansas
for the Advancement-pf Colored in 1957 to collect a $50 annual
People to disclose its membership corporate tax from the NAACP
lists' and to file financial state- for the preceding seven years.
ments. The court ruled last year that
The ordinances were passed by the state of Alabama could not
Little Rock and North Lit tle force the NAACP to disclose its
Rock, Ark., at the height of the membership lists as a 'step in its
controversy vet integration of efforts to oust the organization
public schoolstlifthot area. They from the state.
were designed "ostensibly to deter- In chellenging the Little Rock
mine whether certain nomprofit and North Little Rock ordinances,
organizations should be paying NAACP attorneys argued that
taxes. they were invalidated by the Ala AlaThe
The AlaThe NAACP challenged the pr bama decision. But they were
dinances after D ais y overruled by the Arkansas
Bates, Arkansas NAACP Presi Preme Court. Their aonPal to the
dent, and Ma. Birdie U.S. Supreme Court followed.
president of the North Little Rock In other actions, the high court:
branch, were fined 25 for failing Refused to upset an order per perto
to perto file the required financial state- mitting the Inierhal Rev en ue
ment and to reveal membership Service to examine the records of
lists to the city council. a Philadelphia teamster local. The
The NAACP always has main- records now are in the- custody of
tained that disclosure oo its mem the, Senate 'Rackets Committee,
bership list would subject its having been subpenaed in Sep Sepmembers
members Sepmembers to Ilarassment and pas- tember 1957.
sally physical injury, in the South Set aede,, 5-4, a $23,17 dam dambecause
because dambecause of its fight on racial seg- age award against the AFL-CIO
reeation. Electrical Workers for picketing a
ThE Supreme Court will 'sched Sioux Falls, sd., eonstruction
ute prat arguments in the- term proiect. The action was in line
hegjoning ,jogxt, talL anfl. then fel with a recent. court ruling on
tow With a ,writien,,pplmoh. peaceful Vickettinr,"t"'
The NAACP ease was the high- Denied atthearing to six men
light of an otherwise light decis- facing the death penalty for
ion Monday. tvarious crimes. They were Walter

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PAUL T. BANLET.from tha Ali-University:Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama, is explaining a tactical problem in Air-Ground
Operations On a graPbto table maP to Latih American student Officers of the Command and Staff Course of the US Army Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean School, Fort Gulick. From left It right: RanleY, Col. Guatavo Maldonado San Martin from La Paz, Bolivia; Capt. Rodrigo
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Solon Offers Bill
To Warn About
Plastic Bag Dancer

JByomin in,Ohloo td.Wasd Simo
Wein and Clyde Bates in Califor California,
nia, California, Joseph Oliver Jenkins in
Louisiana and tdward Eekwerth
and Leroy Keith in New York.

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POPLARVILLE, Miss.A doc doctor,
tor, doctor, wno askea to remain anony anonymous,
mous, anonymous, on the condition of 32-yearold
Arthur smatat wno suffered a
s roke after being questioned by
FBI in the M. C. Parker lynca
case:
"rile cerebral, hemorrhage was
brought on by extremely high
blow pressure, and it's very pos possible
sible possible Ala was the result of inten intensive
sive intensive 'questioning by the FBI."
.
JACKSON, Miss-4toy Wildins,
executive secretary of the Nadon Nadonal
al Nadonal Association For The Advance Advancement
ment Advancement of Colored People, on the
lynching of M. C. Parker:
"The important aspect of the
Poplarville lynching is not so
much the horrible treatment of
the Vietim as the horrible reveli.-
tions about Mississippi."
ST,' LOUISIvan Deckard,
captured after shooting it out with
policemen during a drugstore
holdup:
"rm not yeallow. If I would
have had more bullets, I would
have shot it out with the police."
HOLLYWOODMarilyn Cantor,
on the death from cancer Sunday
of her sister, Marjorie, 44, eldest
of comedian Eddie Cantor's five
daughters';
"She's had cancer for two
years. We knew about It but we
kept it from daddy and mother
until seven weeks ago when she
entered the hospital.'

NAPLES, ItalyAssunta (Baby
Doll) Maresca, on being sentenced
to 18 1:2 years in prison for the
4engeance murder of a racketeer
whom she accused of ordering
the murder of her Asband, also
a racketeer:
"If my husband came back to
life and they killed him, I would
do 4,again."

1A111) iviaresca, on,oeing senter
WASHINGTON (UPI) Rep.
to 18 1:2 years in prison for
Henry .S. Reuss (D-Wis.) intr3-
4engeance murder of a racke
whom she accused of ordei
duced ., a bill today to require
the murder of her glisband,
manufacturers to warn that dis discarred
carred discarred plastic bags can be death
traps for small children. a racketeer:
Reuss said his legislation stem- "If my husband came bacl
life and they killed him, I we
med from reports that four chit chitdo
do chitdo 4,again."
dren suffocated while p 1 a y i n g
with, the bags during a two-day
peridd last week, bringing the 1 Pope John Utters
number of such deaths this year 1
to 20. A 101onth-old New Kens Thouahs About
ington, Pa. boy died S u n d a y
when he became snarled in a I 1 g
world Statesmen
plastic conch cover.
Reuss' bill would require that, VTICAN CITY UP
each elastic bag carry in its John XXIII id ( ) P
front atid its back a "clear, read- when t te sa n "Sterci" I
able, plainly visible warning" pondering
01 fate of snaatiosnmseignored Gnd, fl
the danger of suffocation to cnil- dom became "but a word on
dren. waters of the sea.'
The Commerce Department
would enforce the act., It would T ,
he Pope s words were not
write rules determining. the sizes cted specifically to the fore
and types of plastic bags con- rmeinisters convened ,in Gene
sidered to be hazardous. But they took on akided slat
)
Reuss said his bill was similar canes because he uttered th
shortly after a private andie
to the 1956 law wnich requires
with Italian Foreign M i n i s t
inside I a t c h t s on refrigerator
Giuseppe Pella, who was belie
doors so young children can't
lock themelves in. to have briefed the Pontiff on
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VATICAN CITY (UM Pope
John XXIII said yesterday that
when statesmen pondering the
fate of nations ignored Gnd, frne frnedom
dom frnedom became "but a word on the
waters of the sea.'

, The Pope's words were not di,
rected specifically to the foreign
ministers convened ,in Geneva.
But they took on akided signifi significance
cance significance because he uttered them
shortly after a private audience
with Italian Foreign Minister
Giuseppe Pella, who was believed
to have briefed the Pontiff on the
negotiations in Geneva.
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bama Alabama prepart to answer any and all questions presented by the Command and Staff Class on
Air-Ground Operations. The three member team presented a special 12 hour course to high rank ranking
ing ranking Latin American Officers of the claSs upon request of the Tactics Department, 113 Armr!
Catibbean School, Fort Gulick. From left to right: Paul T. Hanley, Col. Wilson T. Jones and
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Por fugal Dedicales
Monument To Chris!
For War Neutrality

LISBON (UPDPortugal dedi dedicated
cated dedicated its 40,000-ton concrete and
steel monument to Christ the
King yesterray in the presence,
of its highest religious and civkic
authorities.

Belfry bells here and in the
overseas provinces began to ring
out in unison from 5 p.m. woen
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Almada, across the river from
Lisbon.
The opening rite, the blessing
of the monument, began with the
arrival of President American
Thomas, who had been held up by
vast crowds on the way.
The 357-foot monument to Christ
a 91-foot image on a pedegal
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hours of work. Designed by scalp scalptor
tor scalptor Francisco Franco, it was
completed early in the year.
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thanksgiving to the Almighty for
having kept Portugal out of
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. By FRED DOWN
''NEW YORK, May 19 (UPD It's no idle chat chatter
ter chatter when Early Wynn and Warren Spahn say they
luay-1,i'ind up their careers in the charmed circle of
3410-game winners.
.
Only six modern pitchers have ble off the center field fence in
reached that majestic total but San Francisco. Willie Mays hom homthe
the homthe seemingly indestructible Wynn ered for the Giants.
and Spann just keep rolling aiong Skinny Brown and Billy Loes
toward the goal. Wynn, 39, is combined in the six-hit shutout of
pitching his best ball in t h r (.. e the Indians who staged their big
year& this season and Spahn, 38 threat in the eighth Inning. Loest
is roiling again after a slightly replacing Brown Fith two .on tand
faltering start. two out. retired Rocky Colavito
Wynn pitched the Chicago White on a 400-foot fly and then pre preSox
Sox preSox into first place in the Amer- served the lead in the ninth. Don
can League for the first time Ferrarese walked in the first Bei
since.. June 27, 1957 last night timore rUn and three singles, a
when ,he beat the Washington sacrifice and an infield oil, pro proSenators,
Senators, proSenators, 9-2, and Spahn toppq duced the other two Oriole tallies
the San Francisco Giants, 4-2, tccin the fifth.
help the Milwaukee B r a v e s
stretch their National League lead The Detroit Tigers crushed
to 312 games. the Boston Red Sox, 14-2, in tin
it was the 255th victory of American League day game
Wynn's 20 year career while anr the Cincinnati Fleds beat
Spahn registered the 251st tri- the Los Angeles Dodgars, 9-7,
umpn of a 15-year career. Cy in the other NI. game. The
Young, Walter Johnson, Christy other teams weren't scheduled.
Mathewson, Grover Cleveland Pitcher Jim Bunning drove in
Alexander, Eddie Plank ana five runs with a homer, triple
Lefty Grove are the only mod- and two singles as tne Tigers bat
ern pitchers Wil0 ,have reach- tered four Boston pitchers for 16
ed the 300-mark for their ca- hits. Al Kaline, Frank Bolling and
reers. Charlie Maxwell also homcred
The White Soi tagged Chuck for the Tigers BILE Ted Wil Williams
liams Williams went 2-for-4 for the Red,
Stobhs for three runs in the hest
inning and kept drawing further Sox. Bunning, winiing hit foarth
and fupther away. --Sherman Loi- game, strnck out five.
lar hit-hts. fifth -homer and Al
SmithAtis second to spark the
Vada Pinson doubled tome two
runs in the eighth inning afetr
White Sox' 12-hit attack. Lollar,
Johnny Temple and Gus Bell
Jim Landis and Earl Torgesoii
homered- in the fifth for the big
each drove in two runs. Wyeti.
whose record is 6-2, lost a bid we .blows of Cincinnati's victory o othe
the othe 40th shutout of his career 'ver the Dodgers. Orlando Pena,
when Alen Bertoia hit a two-run who piTthed' the last' 'eight in-;
homer .in the sixth inning. nings, picked up his lecond deci,
sion of the season over the Dodg DodgThe
The DodgThe victory. coupled with the
'ers who lost their fifth straight
Baltimore Orioles' 3-0 decision o ogame.
game. ogame. A crowd of only 13,002
ver the Cleveland Indians, gave
the White Sox a three-point hold 'was on hand.
on first place. They shared the
top spot the first four days of
this season but ,this is the first organized- Baseball..
time -Alley had sole occupancy
since 1957.
Spahn struck out six' and scat- T
tered nine hits in posting this fifth old To Throw Open
win of the year for the Braves. 6
The veteran pitcher also singled
ales To Telovision
to touch off the Braves' decisive 1,.,
sixth-inning rallya rally capped
When Hank Aaron bombed a dou- WASHINGTON (UPI) Organ Organized
ized Organized baseball was told by an out
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LEADING
HITTERS

(Based on 75 official at bats)
National League G AB R H Pct.
Aaron, Mil. 30 128 24 71 .477
Burgess, Pit 28 93 11 36 .387
Mays, SF 33 136 30 47 .346
Pinson, Cinci 32 132 25 44 :i33
Crandall, Mil 30 118 16 39 ,331
Bruton, Mil 25 101 20 33 .317
Cimoli, St. L 32 129 21 42 .326
D'meter, LA 3S 129 24 42 .3'26
Alou. SF 27 92 14 29 .315
Mays, SF
Pinson, Cinel
Crandall, Mil
Bruton, Mil
Cimoli, St. L
D'meter, LA
Alou,
AMERICAN LEAGUE
G AB R H
Det 24 94 12 38..404
33 139 20 51 .367
, Det 31 128 13 44 .314
KC 30 llt 24 40 .342
to, Cleve 30 121 23 41 .339
ls, Bos 31 118 20639 .331
td, Cleve 30 104 20 33 .317
rt, Bos 29 10117 32 .317
se, Bos 31 124 22 39 .315
, Bal 33 131 21 41 .313
, Cleve 30 128 27 40 ,313
on, NY 22 83 10 26 .313
KC 28 80 15 25 ;113
Kuenn, Det
Fox, Chi
Ka line, Det
Maris, KC
Colavito, Cleve
Runnels, Bos
Str'land, Cleve
Gernert,. Bos
Malzone, Bos
Tasby, Bal
Power, Cleve
Skowron, NY
Tuttle, KC
Runs Batted In
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs
Aaron, Braves
Robinson, Reds
D'meter, Dogers
Mays, Giants
35
35
33
32
32
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Triandos, Orioles
Cerv, Athletics
Lemon, Senators
Allison, Senators
31
21
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25
24
HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
-Mathews, Braves
Aaaron, Bra les
D'meter, Dodgers
Banks, Cubs
Robinson, Reds
14
9
9
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Colavito, Indians
Jensen, Red Sox
Maris, Athletics
Lemon, Senators
14
11
9
9
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LEADING
PITCHERS
(Based on 3 or more decisions)
National League
W I Pct.
Face, Pirates 6 0 1.630
Rush, Braves 3 0 1.000
Klippstein, Dodgers 3 0 1.000
Mizell, Cardinals 4 1 .800
Burdette Braves 6 2 .750
American League
Wilhelm, Orioles
McLish, Indians
Larsen, Yankee
Shaw,, White Sox
Walker, Orioles
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'HEADS UP BALL,England's Ron Flowers, right, makes
good use of his head as he deflects the ball away from
Anthony Mariani, center, and Carlo Ca lli of Italy during a
soccer match in London. They call it football on other aide.
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Canicla bry-Dillon Hickman

To Meet For,
Tomorrow evening at Balboa
Bowleram a Canada Dry Hi-Spot.3
Tomorrow evening at Balboa 4
Bowleramat Canada Dry Hi-Spotx
winners of the first part of the
split season will .takeon the Dillon-Hickman
Contractors for the
Balboa Mixed League title. lir
Dillons clinched the second part.
on the last' night of the schen.
ule. !i
The roll-off will be on the To-1'
tal Pin basis for three games, 0111'
lanes 7-8. For the Dillon 'floc ;
mans the lineup will leature,i
Shirley Cavanaugh, Trudi Garai,
Glenn"MeNall, Bob Carin, cap captain,
tain, captain, and Lee Contz in the a achor
chor achor spot. For the Canada Dry
Hi Spots, Manny Fernandez will
lead off, Ginny Hassler will fol follow,
low, follow, in the middle will be Mibil
Metzger and 'her spouse George
rollinUourth,Ind the, anchor Lot
will be4ineZ bi:310,4711311ster;
In the handicap 'column, the
soft drinkers be spotting the
contractors 44-pins per game or
132 pins over the set. This could
be a big factor, because the Dil Dillon
lon Dillon Dillies have a few dark hors horses
es horses who are apt to roll way ovcr
their averagas.
Dillon Hickman 3
Bass Shoes 1
The Dillon Dillies clicher thi
playoff spot by beating the bass
Shoes on the final, night, by 3 to
1. Glenn McNall got his first 200
guile in the opeoing routid-' and
this proved a deciding factor be because
cause because 28 pins separated the two,
teams. Dillons made sure of the
second half title by whipping
Bass by 90 pins, and Bass rallied
to take the last game by 109, but
it was of no consequence.
Glenn McNall finished with a
504, scratch, 618 handicap; Truri
Garni 549 handicap, and Bob Car Carlin
lin Carlin 552 handicap. For tne Bass,
the whole team finished in the
500 bracket Don McGuire 524
scratch, his missus Betty 55
handica Else Kleischmann 513
handicap, Jim Catron 513 handi handicap,
cap, handicap, and Claus Eleischmann 006.
Pabst Blue Ribbon 3
Boyd Brothers l
The Boyd Brothers Insurance
Brokers broke into the win col column
umn column and kept hopes alive. In
the next game, Lena Burchette
smacked out a scratch 222 nad
this Pabst Pinstress pinned the
Boyd Brothers witn a loss:: The
Beer Beverage Bowlers, buried
the BB -chances by taking the.
last game plus the TP.
Lena Burcbette collectd a" 524
scratch and 629 handicap. Dee
Carter 533 scratch and Blackie
Miller 549 handicap. rot the Boyd
Brothers Curly Bates was tops
with 533 ureter with i 201 sin
gleton, Paul Karst 523, Nita
Karst 543, Ginny Deveau 519 all
handicap.
Ideal Bread 3
Paper Mute Pensi
With a slim outside chante to
sneak into first place, the' local
Bread Bakers held on 'atralting
the collapse of the Di 110n Dillies.
The collapse did not materiaise,
but the Ideal Bakers finished in
second place tie. Nancy Johnson
and Earl Freund were 'the titan titanIdard
Idard titanIdard bearers for Ideal with 529
and 525 handicap series. For tne
Iskinken Paper Mate Pens, Raul

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Alvarado w a s the only one on the
beam with 519 handicap series.
Grochan Music 3
Turco Products 1
With nothing at stake, Greet
Music Store took three chits
from the Turco Cleanup Kids.
While Grecha was picking up
the most point, a Turco bow er
was the standout kegler, when
Luis Castro of 15th Naval Districtilit-506
scratch, and 650 ban.;
dicalf with' 221' 'Singleton. mitkp
Other Sultans who gave a go'oa
account of themselves were Rose
Nickisher 527 handicap, and Bill
Nickisher with 50i scartch. For
the Grecha Music Masters, Lou
Glud hit 226 and 203 to collect
559 scratch, Dpil R u d y,
tratelelen OVIttliad59Mg
dicap set and VillUdy 554 handit
'.cap trio.
Canada Dry 3
Pascual Cookies 1
Getting in shape for the cru crucial
cial crucial series, the Canada Dry, 111
Spots took Ahe Pascual Pssi.ry
for three. Burce Hassler was tops
with 523 scratch, Jinny Hassler
560, Mimi Metzger 567, and
George Metzger 511 all handicap.
For the Cookies, watch
Rolf Dietrich tabbed" 592, Mim
Smith 519, June Blaney 515 and
B9b Blaney 512; all handicai.
Cimist Winston Salm 4
Ebonite 0
The cigarette sizzlers of Cam Camel
el Camel Winston Salem smacked the
Ebonites for all four points. Msx Msxwell
well Msxwell closed the season with a 551
scratch, and Anne Hill 531 ar.d
Jess Pate 518 both handicap,
were the Camel Winston Saiern
stars. For the lowly Ebonites,
Bruce Morrow, tabbled 508
scratch with Bess Shepard 525
handicap.
Final Standings
Teams WS WF
Dillon Hickman 31 8J12
Boyd Brothers 27 14
Ideal Bread 27 71
Grecha Music 26 7.
Bass Shoes 25 7112
Canada Dry 2112 7312
Ebonite 21 44
Pascual Cookies 21 6212
'Pal Blue Ribbon 21 65
Camel Winston Salem 19142 70
Paper Mate Pens 13 51
TUrco Products 11 53
Leading averages: (men), Don
Rudy 173, Bill Nickisher ,1P.
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Raul Alvararo 171. (Loclies:
Rudy 153, Mimi Metzger 147
Mim Smith 138.
Longtst Hockey Playoff
MONTREAL (1.113I)--The long longest
est longest National Hockey League PlaY PlaYcif
cif PlaYcif game on record lasted 176
minutes and 30 seconds isrhen, the
Detroit Red Wings beat the Mon Montreat
treat Montreat Maroons, 1-0, in the sixth
overtime period.
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Dana Andrews in
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William Holden in
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To

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eeting triday
Another meting of, reproson
Wives of the Club do Yates y
Posca, the Panama Rod and
Real -Club and the Panama
Marlin Club is uhoduled for
5:30 p.m.for Next Friday, May
22, at tit Club cla Yates y Pes Pesco
co Pesco in Panama City,
The main topiclWill again ba
the otganizing of 'the seventh
International Merlin and Sail Sailfish
fish Sailfish Tournament An organiz organizing
ing organizing commiftee sformad by Mini.
bars of a th'ree clubs, will bit
appointad at this mooting.
Leo J. Krziza, Theodore W.
Schmidt, Louis H, Schmidt Jr.,
David L. Bishop of the Pana Panama
ma Panama Marlin Club; K. L. Middels Middelston
ton Middelston and Rogan Arias of the Pa Panama
nama Panama Rod and Reel Club; Er Ernosto
nosto Ernosto do la Guardia Gene
Grimaldo, Anibal Casis Nair.,
Ed Abbott, Federico Bremner,
"Cao" Mouynos and William
Neuman of the Club de Yates y
Pasco and Mrs. Aydrey
wore on hand for last Wacines Wacinesday's
day's Wacinesday's first meeting.
Pacific S'c')ftball
League
I By GEORGE SINCLAIR
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rroamsSecond Half Standing
G W L Pct. GB
lAbernathy 17 14 3 824
! Cerveceria 18 ,14 4 778 li
: Jantzen Maduro 17 9 8 529 4
1 Glud Mariners 19 4 15 211 11
Mauricio 19 4 15 211 11
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Pan Liquid Wallops Venezuelan My.
Glud Mariners
( There is a possibility that the
Cerveceria Pan Liquid trobnced fight may be held the following
the Glud Mariners 9 to 3 to move Saturday, May 30, instead.
within a half game of Abernathy. Cobi, who is about 21 y e a r s
Red Lobaugh went the route for old, is considered the best ban banthe
the banthe Beermen to pick up his ninth tamweight in M a r a c a i b o. If
win of the season against one de- i Hicks beats him, the Panama Panamafeat.
feat. Panamafeat. 1 nian may get a return match in
,
, 'Venezuela with Ramontito Arias,
the top-ranked" flYVAlfght 'he 801'
hisj111811th Lat. s o f t 2a l! greodu t e wgi ot h- feat d b
e y unanimob decisien in
ing jobs on the season. Lobaugh panama early this year.
held the Mariners scoreless for
five innings until they b u r s t
41doebf be ai et
The Colon boxer, who has been
through with three run's to pre- guaranteed $1000 for the encoun encounvent
vent encounvent a whitewash. ter, will be fighting away from
his homela.nd for the first time.
The Beermen:scored one in the He left :fpr ,Nrimesuela t,Suntlax
first' inning on Giayelli double afternoon, aecomnanied, by his.
added two more in. the 2nd and manager Kenneth Nightingale.' A,r A,rfive
five A,rfive in the 3rd on three singles rangements for the trip w e r e
and a pair of free tickets, -, made by Juan Copeland, veteran
Mungin, with 2 for 2 along with Colon boxing man.
Wight, led the batting attack fJr----
the Mariners while Ostrea, with-rf0011 T II It
2 hiti in, 3 trips, and Giavelii, J low Keads-
with 2-odt of ,f, led the Beermen.

Me box score:
Marinws
Wight, ss
Skala, C
Childress,, et
141 Warns. lb
Mungin,
Hobbie, p
Kelly, 3b
Speekime, rf
Edwards, 2b
Totals
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Pan
MeArthurs,
Carlin, ss
Giavelli,
Kosik, 3b
Lane, lb
Padron, rt-2b
Catlett, 2b
Me Glade, ef rf
Lobaugh, p
ab
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4
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3
2
3
2
3
3
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0 2 1 1
0 1 4 0
1 1 1 0
1 0 5 0
1 2 1 0
0 1 1 5
0 0 3 0
0 0 0 0
0 1 2 0
27 3 818 6
Liquidos
: 3
3
4
2
2
4
3
3
3
31010
31017
41211
20123
210100
4 1 124
32220
32120
30000
27 9 7211b
Ttals
Score, by Innings
Mariners 000 003 0-3
Pan Liquid() 251 000 0-9
8 2
7 1
HEADS, OLYMPK, ;SKATERS
MILWAUKEE (UPI) AI Zir Zirkel,
kel, Zirkel, former president of the Ama Amateur
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States, Sunday As named man.
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Milwauket 20 10 467
San Francisco' IS 15 '-.541
Cincinnati 17, I5 '.531 4
Los Angela' IS 17 ',514 41i
Chicago IS 17'314 412
Piftsburgh 15. 16 AM 512
St. Louis 12 20 .375 9
Philadelphia 101 19 .367 9
Today's 'Games'
Milwaukee at San Francisco
(N )
Cincinnati at Los Angeles 0')
Pittsburgh at St. Louis all)
Philadelphia at Cbicigo
Yesterday's Results
Milwaukee 000 112 000-4 12 0
San Francisco 000 100 100-2 9 1
Spahn (5-4) and Crandall.
S. Jones (3-5), Worthington, G.
Jones and Schmidt.
(Night Gam')
Cincinnati 9 Los 'Angeles 7.
Only games scheduled.
Hector Hicks
Fights Siturday
In Maracaibo
Leading Panama bantamweight
contender Hector Hicks began
training in Maracaibo today for a
ten-round, 121-pound bout with
Ignacio Cohi this Saturday in the
Venezuelan City.
( There is a possibility that the
fight may be held the following
Saturday, May 30, instead.
Cobi, who is about 21 years
old, is considered the best ban bantamweight
tamweight bantamweight in Mar a c aib o. If
'5001 Toll Reads ReadsOne
One ReadsOne Driver Dead,
Cars Demolished
By KURT FREUDENTHAL
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UPI)
Half the field still was to be filled!
for the coming Memorial DaV 5001
mile auto race but the tol today'
already read one driver dead and
two cars demolished.
Of the 33 open spats,-19 had yeti
to be taken. So far, only 14 drivers
had qualified.
Jerry Unser, 26, Long Beach,
Calif., who drove only three-fourth
of a lap in actual Speeway com competition,
petition, competition, became the 49th fatality
in 50 years of racing at the fa famous
mous famous "brickyard" wheti he died
Sunday of burns sustained in a
fiery crash May 2.
Unser, in a coma for several'
days, also crashed over the wall
last year In the Spectactilat first
Jai) wreckage which' killed rat O'-
Connor.
Little Johnny Thonison of 43oy 43oyertown,
ertown, 43oyertown, Pa., was the fastest week weekend
end weekend qualifieravera,ging 145.908
mph Saturday' for the foilr-lap teat
to win the pole position.
Thomson, a driver farmer also
roared to a one-lap qualifying rec record
ord record of 146.532 mph, shattering the
mark of 146.509 hung up by Ed
Elisian last year.
Twelve, cars wer qualified Sat-1
urday on a cool and windy'day.
but only two made it Sunday as,
winds, then rain, cut into the six sixhour
hour sixhour time trial period., 1
Veterans Tony lettenbausen
and Johnnie To lan figured in
week-end ,crashes. which demol demolicherI
icherI demolicherI their ears. Both escaped in injury.
jury. injury. WINS IN EXHIBITION
,
KREFELD, Germany
Me New York Rangers, scoring
four times in the middle period,
hurled the Boston Bruins. 7-2,.Runday
before a corwd of,1,500. The
victory gave the Rangers 10-7
edge over tile ,Bruins Abell. Eu European
ropean European hockey series.
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Cleveland 19 11 .633 1
BaMmore 1I 14 J76 2
Washington ';:17 18 .486
Kansas City 16 .467 51
Boston ;13, ..41, 7
New VOA( 122:17 .414 7
Datrolt 11 20 .355 I
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Chicago at Baltimore (N)
Kansas City at Boston (N)
Detroit at New York (N)
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Yesterday's Resulti
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Detroit 213 011 420-14 16 0
Boston 100 000 100-- 2 7 ct,
Bunning (4-3) and Berberet.
F. Sullivan (1-3), Baumann,.
Fornieles, Bowsfield

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Royal Orbil finally
At Peak Form After
Romp In Preakness
By RAY AYRES

NEW YORK (UPI)Royal Or:'
bit, the Preakness winner, was. ..,
safely bedded down at Palmont
Park today with his handlers now, ''..
confident the colt finally ,t: had
reached. peak from.
, 4After the spine-tingling run at
Pimlico Saturday which carried:',4.
Royal Orbit from dead last to a .,,
four-length triumph, their opti-,...,
mism appeared justified.
It will be ,tested fully when Royt:
al Orbit returns to compe'ition in
the Peter Pan HandicaP On JUlle -,
6 ,and: ,u1 weeit4latertishoots ,for -the -..'
third ,jewel in rating's, Trip I e
Crownthe Belmont Stakes. Only ...
I bad racing luck denied this copper,,, ',
1y-coated speed demos a clean
sweep of the golden diadem, ther
now firmly are convinced.,
Royal Orbit finished fourth in. t
the Kenturk Derby 'behind Tomy v
Lee,' Mord Dancer and First ',
Landing. Tomy Lee, was not in -(1
the Preakness and for all the'
chance they had once Royal Orbit.
started to run, Sword Dancer and
Firs' Landing weren't either.
"Every time RoYal Orbit tried
to move in the Derby he was stan-
ped," trainer Reggie Cornell said;
"Ire got hit pretty good on the'
!first turn and clobbered again 011"!:,
!the second. He never got loosd on,'
'tit the eighth pole and be was onlr- ,;
lbe,ton about three leme.ths. : r
"The chart says Royal Orbit 'wasI,II,:l
i 15 1.ngths op' of it at tho five-,
eighths pole but I'll sear it wes"!,
rinser to 20. Look how many
lengths he made up' without a '' '.
chance to run. Here he did.",,.
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SAN DIEGO, Calif. (UPI) Of Officials
ficials Officials of the Southwest Pacifii'
AAU are going to survey the field'y'
where Hal Connally broke his own ownworld
world ownworld hanlmer throw record Sat7'.; '7, 1
urday with a holm of ;26 feet.
1 1-2 inches. The field irequestiotC;
ig at Balboa Stadium and the of officials
ficials officials said arer they survairi
they will submit Connelly's new,,.
Mark for recognition.
BANKS REMIES AWARD "::
CHICAGO (UPI) Ernie Banks
of the Chicago Cubs, who led the;,':
NationalLeague in home runs-47
and runs batted in-129, last veat,:;:
was presented the senior league's
most valuable player award Sun.':
day between games- of the Cubs- 1
Pirates doubleheader.
NAMED TO ALL-STARS '1
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PITTBUR011 (IIPI)Halfbachh:',;
Dick Hairy and suard John Oak
of the University of PittsbUrgh
will Oily on lhe, College All-Stsr ,;
team against the National Footban
jkagup ,eliam9loil Baltimore Colt',
Aug. 14 in Chicago. Both players
have been drafted bv NFL
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Baldwin's furnished apartment
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Smith, Gamboa 302.
PHILLIPS Osaaosioa Cottages
Santa Clara R. da!lt. Phone Pa,.
manta 1-1177 Cristobal I-14173.
Houses
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FOR RENT.14Vacation quarters:
three &adman., fully furnished;
throughout tune. July, August.
Balboa 3079.
FOR RENTP---Completely fur.
nisheal 2 bedroom house for six
months, starting, May 25, pies
neighborhood, 95th street No.
43. $185.00, Tel. 3-4994, of office
fice office hours.
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FOR RENT:Furnished chalet
living-dining room, 3 bodrooms,
maid's room, garage. For infor information
mation information call Tel. 3-4641.
Rooms
FOR' RENTp--Rooms, 520.00,
522.50, 05:00, $30.00 month monthly.
ly. monthly. Phone 3-0850, 2-1508.
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commercial office on around floor
' Edificio Urrac4, corner Aye. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa and Federico Boyd, 82 square
meters, 8125.00. Call Panama
134038.
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FOR RENT:-316.80 squam
meters, suitable for a warihouse
workshop, garage, S Street, bet between
ween between Automobile Road and Fran Frangipani
gipani Frangipani Street, close to Auto
Servicie. $235. Phone 2-0481
office hours..,
ILessons
Learn Spanish with Mrs. Rome Romero's,
ro's, Romero's, Practical conversational
Span 'kb lessons. 4th of July Aye.
11-321Aapartment 10.
Spanish kourse at University.
Intensive Spanish ,couras for English-speaking
people at Univer,..
sity of Plittantil from MaY 25 to
July 9. Classes in the morning
and evening on Monday, Wed-
nesday and Thursday, Morning
Students: Beginners (only): from
9 to 10 a-on. Evening Students:
Beginners: 5:30; Intermediate:
6:30; Advanced 7:30. Registra Registration
tion Registration at Secretary's office.
; ,GAI, NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
United States District Court For The
District of The Canal Zone
Division of Cristbal
Charles ,McLean Blackman, Plaintiff
vs. StIventon Beatrice Blackman, De Defendant.
fendant. Defendant. Summons Case No. 2281. Civil
Docket 10. Action for Divorce.,
To the above-named defendant;
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint flied in the
above-entitled action within ninety days
after the last publication. 1
In case of your failure to so appear
and answer,' Judgment will be taken
against you bY default for the relief
detnanded in the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie r.
Crpwe, Judge. United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zohe. this Seth day of April. 1959.
Sara de la Pena
Clerk
(Seal)
ByaDavid 'M. Jenkins
Deputy Clerk
SilventoO,'Beatrice Blackman
e foregoing summons is served up upon
on upon you by pathcation ourstian, to the
order of the Honorable r!iihrie F.
Crowe, Judge, United Sta: T)Istrict
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
dated April SO, 1959., and entered and
filed in this action in the office of the
Clerk of said United States District
Ctittrt for the Division of Cristbal,
Aril 30,
1159' Sara de ia Pefia
Clerk
BysDavid M. Jenkins
rteputy Clerk
111111M00.11
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General igen
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
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May 21 "Medea" in a familiar setting iint Ishe office of the Clerk of the United
tate District Court, Cristbal Divi- NEW YORK (typi) ..ml ,.,
Franklin D. Roosevelt and Ye r, ...
1 Avenue. Building 'int National force officials said the men found Convent Garden next month,
kLf. SAILINGS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE' was announced yesterday. Tilt Sara de la Pefia University President A. Whits ,
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po n m on a gunnery .. pera house will bo1row the "Me "Men
n "Men NiOn On the 30th day of April, 1959.
Clerk of Court Griswold have been awarded 8
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numben: range and apparently ivere trying
to remove thk powder whea it TELEPHONES: des" sets against which Miss Call CallCristobal
Cristobal CallCristobal 3-11545 Panama 3-125711 Balboa S-1905 as sang the role in Dallas last ilyininavid M. Jeitidns
Deputy Clerk 1959' Universal Brotherhood Med , ,,
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FOR BENT:Modmie and dB.
tractive one-Itedroons apartment'
in new "HISPERIA" Building,
6-1 Stroot El Cangrolo, with
heti wave. connections, laundry
conveniences, garage, etc. Fin in information
formation information call Tel, 34634.
FOR RENT: Two -Bedroom Apt.
Hot wator instaiation, with heat heater,
er, heater, large porch, maid's room,
Elevator service. Tiro ,--batir
rooms -- perfect
ficio Campo Alegre,"lia lipaRt
across The Panami Hilton
Tel. 3-1409. Ask for Altman.
FOR RENTs On Isodroom apart apartmint
mint apartmint living vs dining room, kit kitOlen,
Olen, kitOlen, maid's room, garage. hoe
water. Via Argentina "Manila
Buildings." $75.00 Phone
3-4994, Sr. Sastre.
FOR RENT: A' complete furnish furnished
ed furnished apartment, with. hot water,
Calle 2.a. Perry Hill. Tel. 2-2718
and after 5 p.m. tall 1-2694.
FOR RENT:A large, comfort comfortable
able comfortable apartment. It hat one bedroom,-closet.
living room, din.
-ning room, porch, and khchen.
All furnished."Will rent only to
a 1060111 and resisonsible Parson.
Cresta, Avenida Jose Gabriel
Duque No. 32. Telephones Pan Panama
ama Panama 3-1043 and 2-1045.
FOR .RENT:---Nicely furnished
aparimenti hot water, garago,
ground or opper floor. 30. Ecua Ecuador
dor Ecuador Ave.
FORiRENT:--Apartment, I bed bedroolos
roolos bedroolos ; bathrooms,-large living
an usnmivenPilLActiWate
ter, maid's room with bathroom.
5110.00. 55th St. No. 21, El
Cangroio. Telephone: Off. hours
2-0321 after Off. hours 3-7708.
FOR RFI1T3Modern 2 bedroom
apartment In II Canorei Devel Development.
opment. Development. All screened and hot
water installation. Further parti particulars
culars particulars call telephone Panami 3-
4946. After hours 3-6737.
FOlt'itENTI,L7One bedroom fur fur'dad
'dad fur'dad ipartment; .livingroent
kitchen Isitis -refrigerator,
hot water, bath and iub, garage.
Via Espalia No. 20-22. Phone 3-
4037 beside Popular Clinic $100.
FOR RENT: Ono bedroom
apartment, living diningroom,
kitchen, balcony. No. 15. 50th.
katr'ieleOr Ikattorrglit$12.013,
hielastro. 3-4994.
FOR RENT:---lin Carigraio, two
bodroom apartment, two bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, maid's room with bath bathroom.
room. bathroom. dinnetto and porch. hood
1 Building, Tel. 2-2319.
SERVICES I
TELEVISION SERVICE'
TV. Radios. Transitors
specialist. We sorties makes
and models. We don't-pretend to
guarantee our work. We ouar ouarantes
antes ouarantes it.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES. Tivoli
Ave- 18-20 Tet 2-1905.
Havinif trouble,rith your TV,
ItadihP? en1111.S. TELE TELEVISION
VISION TELEVISION CustomerioRsatisfaction
Workmanship guaranteed. Fast
Home Service. Phone 3-7607
Panama. 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
SI
Pr ttttt your, home ,and props,-
ty against .Irct it a m a g e.
Prompt sciitist it treatment on
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service.
,Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
FOR RENT
Un to of.ton 'o rt. of modern
of new "ELGA" Building
Large private patiting area
in 'rear an,d night
watchman Service -'-- Air
Conditioningi4tioiar Via
Esuaila on 46tfi block
office space on second-floor
ELGA, S.A.".

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FOR ,INFORMATION CALL 2-0740

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AUTOMOBILE rINANCE
Government Employes
' 1 tervioe' Perstmwel
Ein nee Your New Or
Used Car
'GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE-Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
on new ears
AGENCY DEHLINGER
go. 43 Automobile Row
Phenol-4934 34933
Mt Types of Aut,o Insurance
ittbK AGtCIES
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litr;et lig Jinni Amsornene
Avenue. Building 'int National
city, flank of New York (branch)
Bspostrion
annoweees its now telegkone
numbers:
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POI SALEt.---1956 Plymouth 4-
door sodan, 6 syl. standard shift
wgood tiros. Call Gatlin 5-490
or Qtrs. 236-11, Sibart St. Gates
$1100.00.
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FOR SALE: 1957 Chovrolot
Bel-Air; 4 door sedan. 6 cylindar,
standard transmission. $1450.
Sgt. Beason, Rodman 3252.
FOR SALE:-7195(1 Cadillac se sedan,
dan, sedan, new tailpaimi.lecelleot tires
and engine, 'Apood economical
transportation, 5350, best offer.
84-8159 sae at 916-C' Rous Rousseau.
seau. Rousseau. FOR SALL-1958 White Im Impala
pala Impala MIAs Chevrolet Load Loaded
ed Loaded reasonable. leaving June
call Cristobal 3-3207.
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet
)ftipal a, powerglide, power
brakes, power stedling, wonder wonderbar
bar wonderbar radio, rear speaker, white
sidewalls, heater. 17,500 miles.
$2350.00. Call Ft. Kobbe 5171.
FOR SALE:Sunbaam Alpine,
sport car in fine condition. For
information call 3-1141 betwoon
9 and p.m. and aftor 5 Ont.
3-3069.
SIM & SAVE MONEY ROMS
SSAUTOS MERMAN, S.A.S$
1958 Chevrolet Bel-Air 4DR,
HT, dual speakers radio, tutone,
WSW tires, leather upholstery,
Excellent condition.
1958 Dodge "Coronet" HT
Cpe., Power steerinsi & brakes,
torque flits, radio, WSW tires,
Plastic seat,-covers, Excellent
mechanical tndition.
1957 Plymouth, "Plaza", radio,
WS wall tires, 6 cyl., Excellent
condition. Tutone.
1951 Oldsmobile Station Wagon,
4DR, HT, WSW titol,,"Fiesta"
power brakes et steering, lois
mileage, radio, power packed.
Very good car.
1957 Chevrolet, 4Dr, Station
Wagon, 6 cyl., stand. trans. ra radio,
dio, radio, Ny,kW tire.
Utf14:r.
19 yr et- tation aloes,
2DR, 6 cyl. stand. trans. radio,
WSW tires, Very economical
car.
1957 Ford, 4-Door, Custom line,
6cyl. stand. trans. radio, WSW
tires, 8x,s,p1jent
.4. 1,',
1957 Chevrolet "Powerglide,"
6cyl. radio, WSW tires, Very
good buy.
1955 Ford Convertible "Sun "Sunliner"
liner" "Sunliner" stand. trans. 8 ct, radio.
WSW tires.
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1935 ford "Victoria" HT
Coupe. Fordgmatic-trans.
radio, WSW tires. Excellent
condition.
1956 Pontiac "Catalina" 4DR,
HT VS, Hydramatic trans., ra radio,
dio, radio, WSW tires.
See JohnnY Hall.
Sales Manager
Open all day. Next to Coca Cola
Co. Talc Pma. 2-2616 2-4966.
FOR SALE:-1957 Fo;d Custom
300, clean, low mileage, radio.
Call Balboa 2384.
FOR SALE:Station wagon V-8,
standard shift, one owner, excel excellent
lent excellent condition. 2152-A Owen St.
Balboa, phone Balboa 1472 4 p.
m. to 7 p.m.
FOR SALE:---57 AGA dark and
Vain, sport 18 000 mflas.
84-4160,
FOR sALge 1958 Chevrolet
Impel a, powerglide, power powerbrakes,
brakes, powerbrakes, power steering, wonder
bar radio, rear wake', while
sidewalls. heater, 15,1100 milell
$2350.00. Ft. Robb 5171.
Mit SALE: 1953 Mercury,
good condition. $500. See at
house 559 Corozal or call 2-
30116.
American Life
InsurancA3 Company
MILITARY PERSONNEL
For similar baffle low NSLI
vats tharged by ilia govern government
ment government during W. W.
Phone anytime Panama
1-0430
SOMIS KILLS THUS
BANGKON,,. Thailand (UPI) --
Three,4That air fOrCif men were
killed, when a bomb', they foon:1
exploded in their quirters at air
force headquarters, it Prachuab
Kirikhan,' it was reported yester yesterday.
day. yesterday.
An iirman 'Ind his' wife in a
nearby room were injured. Air
forte officials said the men found
a 100-potind bomb en a gunnery
range and apparently ivere trying
ta remove thk powder when it
went off.

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FOR SALLAssorted metal and
wood Venetian blinds. foe four
family or Duplex quarters. Cheap.
Call Balboa 1689, house 0860-A.
FOR SALCSterso record plas plasm,
m, plasm, four-speed. combination to.
dio speaker, rocords. $175 cask.
Cooper, Balboa 3624.
FOR SALLHeathkit 25 watt
amplifinr and memo. Like It ONV
560 00.0 Garrard ehantor RC81
525.00, 2-3290, 5775-11, Dia.
bio.
FOR SALIE:--Platio, VerY 100d
condition, Baldwin Acroannic.
34th Strait, Te la. 3-4947 and
3-0672.
FOR SALLUsod set matched
MacGregor golf clubs. 4 woods,
II irons, putter, old bac MAKI MAKIPhone
Phone MAKIPhone 3-6631.
FOR SALLFrigidaire, all por porcelain,
celain, porcelain, separated compartment
, for fr $60.00, 45th Street
No. 45, Balla Vista.
FOR SALL-1950 Ford, excel excellent
lent excellent mechanical condition $300.
1957 Ford. all extras, including
trunk unit, air conditioning, new
Lambretta motor scooter, new 34
ton Coldspot air conditioner.
1956 Pootiac staHon wagon, ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. Sylvania Hi Fl
Idt. 650. Call Curundu 41911.
Special Offers
WANTED:Young woman with
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job pays good salary with travel
posibilities. Write with photo en enclosed,
closed, enclosed, and giving important
details to apartado 1194.
WANTED: Spanish, English
speaking bookkoopor accountant
for amploymant Balboa must tYPe
answer with qualifications and
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tobal, Cristobal, C.Z.
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For you Canal Zono Lag Hos: All
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motors 225 HP hull end motors
in perfect condition. Apply
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ana Panana 3-3397 er 3-7259 or Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3719.
LEGAL NOTICE
United States District Court For The
District of The Canal Zone
Cristbal Division
In the matter of the adoption of Leo Leonardo
nardo Leonardo Wilson, a minor, vs. Leonard
Cerro, father of the minor, Defendant.
No. 2285. Civil. Citation.
To Leonard Carrol, father of the
minor
You ars hereby required to appear
before the United States District Court
for the District of the Canal Zone,
Cristbal Division, at t h e Courtroom
thereof, in Cristbal, Canal Zone. On
the 2Ist day of July, 1959 at 9 o'clock
in the forenoon of that day. then and
there to show cause, if any you have,
why James Edward Wright, the peti petitioner
tioner petitioner should not proceed with the
hearing of his petition for the adoption
of the above-namtsci minor.
WITNESS, the HONORABLE Guthrie
r. Crowe, ilt.dge, United States' District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, this 30th day of April, 1959.0
Sara de la Fedi
Clerk of Court
(Stall
ByaDavid M. Jenkins
Deputy Clerk
To Leonard Carrot
The foregoing citation la served upon
you by publication pursuant to the or order
der order of the HONORABLE Guthrie F.
Crowe, Judge, United States District
Court for the ;District of the Canal
Zone, dated the 30th day of April, 1930,
and entered and tiled in this action in
the office of the Clerk of the United
States District Court Cristobil Division
on the 30th day of April, 1959.
Sara de la Pei
Clerk of Court
BysDavid M. Jenkins
DeputT Clerk

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Eisenhower Names Thomas Gates
To Be No. 2 Defense Dept. Chief

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WASHINGTON (UPI) ---rresident
Eisenhower has n Ozt e d
Navy Secretary Thomas S. Gates
Jr., an advocate of stronger de
fenses against limited "brush "brushfire'
fire' "brushfire' wars,1 to be deputy secre secret&ry
t&ry secret&ry of defense.
The 53-year-old Philadelphia
Main Line Republican and- parti partisan
san partisan of a powerful atomic age
Navy will succeed the late Donald
A. Quarles.
His elevation to the number two
spot in the Pentagon, subject to
approval by the Senate, puts him
in line to succeed Defense Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Neil H. McElroy if McElroy
sticks by his intention to leave
the government later this year.
Gates' elevation came as a sur surprise.
prise. surprise. He had resigned as Navy
secretary, effective June 1, to re return
turn return to his ,investment banking
firm. The semi official publica publication
tion publication "Navy Time" satd he was
unhappy with the reduced inde independence
pendence independence of the military services
under the recent reorganization of
the Defense Department.
In addition, Gates' military phil philosophy
osophy philosophy differed sharply f r om
Quarles.'
A few hours after Quarles'
death on May 8, Gates made a
sneech to the Navy League in
Philadelphia calling for "elimina "elimination"
tion" "elimination" of some U.S. strategic retal retaliatory
iatory retaliatory weapons and diversion. of
the resulting savings to bolster bolstering
ing bolstering limited war forces.
Quarles, as Air Force secretary
and later as deputy defense see
June le
KINGDOM DIRECT
May 21
May 29,
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PIGEON LOSES COMPASS
CREWE, England (UPI) A
homing pigeon that set out on a
63-mile race April 25 will return
home this week end after travel travelling
ling travelling 6,000 miles. The pigeon was
swept out over the Irish Sea, 100
miles off course, and lighted ex exhausted
hausted exhausted on the deck of the New
York-bound Cunard liner Media.
Crewmen fed' the bird and con contacted
tacted contacted the owner,' who asked that
it be shipped back to Crewe by
rail.
0
retary, had been in the forefront
in pushing the massive retalia retaliation
tion retaliation theory as the nation's best
defense.
Apparently, after Quarles' death
the President and McElroy per persuaded
suaded persuaded Gates to accept promotion
rather than leave the Pentagon.
His salary will go up from $22,000
to $22,500 annually.
In another move Monday, Mc McElroy
Elroy McElroy called Adm. Arthur W.
Radford, retired, back to the Pen Pentagon
tagon Pentagon as a temporary consultant
during the illness of Gen. Nathan
F. Twining, chairman of the Joint
Chiefs of Staff. Radford was Twin Twining's
ing's Twining's predecessor as chairman
of the joint chiefs.
Twining underwent surgery for
lung cancer Tuesday. Although
his recovery Is 'considered satis satisfactory.
factory. satisfactory. he is expected to be
away from his post for six or
seven weeks.
Eisenhower visited Twining
Monday at wailer Reed Army
Medical Center.
Gates, a native of German Germantown,
town, Germantown, Pa., has been in the De Defense
fense Defense Department since 1953. Ile
first served as undersecretary of
the Navy and became full secre secretary
tary secretary in March, 1957.
While undersecretary. he had
much to do with a Navy high
command shakeup which brought
in a younger group of admirals
who wanted to push ahead faster
with development of an atomic
age Navy.
Gates also Is a strong advocate
of the controversall atomicpower atomicpowerod
od atomicpowerod aircraft carrier.
He is regarded as forceful and
,oitah at the Pen'agOn conference
tlble where service manpower
and budget policies are ham hammered
mered hammered out
His father was president of the
university of Pennsylvania. Gates
graduated from the university in
192R and joined the investment
banking firm of Drexel St en. then
becoming a nartner in 1940.
During World War H. he served
More than three years as a Navy
reserve officer, rising from lieu lieutenant
tenant lieutenant to commander.
Eisenhower nrevimisly nominat nominated
ed nominated William B. Franke, now
Navy undersecretary, to replace
Gates as Navy secretary.
TO VNG MEDEA
unsmor (UM Soprano
Maria Meneghini Callas will sing
the grimly melodramatic role of
"Medea" in a familiar setting in
Convent Garden next month, it
was announced yesterday. Thr o opera
pera opera house will boOrow the "Me "Medea"
dea" "Medea" sets against which Miss Call Callas
as Callas sang the role in Dallas last
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INVESTOR'S
GUIDE
A recent Column answering a
question about obtaining $100 a
month from investments has at attracted
tracted attracted an unusual number of let letters.
ters. letters. The original query came from
a reader who is three years away
from retirement.
The problem, of course, is of
interest to retirement planners in
any age bracket.
It is possible to get $1,200 a year,
even in today's high stock market,
from about $20,000 to $25,000 in
securities if your main concern
is income and not growth.
For the person who is only a
few years away front,,,retirement
it would seem to me fdbe safest
to start putting ftuids into 'these
income stocks beginning now. Bet Betting
ting Betting on any substantial capital
gain within a three-year'period by
buying growth stocks, with the
idea of later switching into income
securities, might not only be'chan be'chancy,
cy, be'chancy, but expensive. Steck markets
do not always go according to
plan and you may not be able to
switch profitably just When you
want to.
If you,already own good securi securities
ties securities growth or income and are
pointing toward retirement a few
years off, you might as well hold
them and direct your periodic
purchases from now on to income
issues.
In this market a five per cent
yield is not- available on every
hand, but it is available. The is issues
sues issues most likely to provide this
yield will be found in the good
grade department store chains,
in the railroads, in the textiles, in
some utilities and --tven in some
oils and farm equipments.
Nor need you restrict yourself
entirely to common shares.
There are convertible issues
both preferreds and debentures
which are yielding close to five per
cent if vou can accept a. slight dip,
in quality.
And If you want to "lock your yourself
self yourself in" by accepting a fixed re return
turn return you can do even a bit bet better
ter better from good quality straight pre-,
ferreds and bonds, especially in
the railroad and 'textile fields.
You must remember, of course,
that a straight preferred issue will
never increase its dividend, no
matter how prosperous the com company
pany company may become. The same is
true of bond interest. For that rea reason
son reason these issues offer little if any
hedge against inflation. For a per person
son person approaching 85 or 90 that is
not too important. But if you are
retiring at 65, you ought not to put
all your investable funds into fix fixed
ed fixed return securities.
A retirement investment pro program
gram program is valueless unless it takes
other sources of income into ac-,
count.
It you have rental income, for
example, then it is not so impor important
tant important to offset possible inflation in
your securities. Rents often MOVe
up with itglattOn
But if your only other source is
social security and-or a fixed an annuity
nuity annuity income then you ought to be
all the more concerned with off offsetting
setting offsetting inflation by buying com common
mon common stocks or issues convertible
into common stocks.
And, above all, take your own
temperament into accoun t. If
you're a worrier, cut down on risk
investments. You'll probably be
a lot ,happler with a bit less in
come and much less market fluc
tuation.
Finally, the financial markets of offer
fer offer the widest Possible choices of
investment ingredients. Don't buy
'salt when you really should have
pepper, nor cheddar when the re recipe
cipe recipe calls for Roquefort. And if
you're not an experienced portfo portfolio
lio portfolio "cook" talk it ove-r with a re reputable
putable reputable broker who can help you.
, Remember, it's your retirement
I comfort you're building.
LEGAL NOTICE
United States District Court For The
District of The Canal Zone
Cristbal Division
In the matter of the adoption of El Elfteda
fteda Elfteda Delmira Clarke. minor, vs. Athe Athelino
lino Athelino Jos Clarke. father of the minor.
Defendant. No. 2282. Civil. Citation.
To Athelino Jos Clarke
You are hereby required to appear
before the United States District Court
for the District of the Canal Zone,
Cristbal Division. at t h e Courtroom
thereof. in Cristbal, Canal Zone. on
the 21st day of July. 1959 at 9 o'clock
in the forenoon of that day, then and
there to show cause, if any you have.
shy Gabriel 0, Thorn, the petitioner
should not proceed with the hearing of
his petition for the adoption of the
above-named minor.
WITNESS, the HONORABLE Guthrie
T. Crowe,, judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, thia 30th day of APTII, 1959.
' Sara de le Peen
Clerk of Court
iSeal)
BYSDavid M. Jenkins
Deputy Clerk
To Athelkno Joni Clarke
The foregoing citation is served upon
you by publication pursuant to the or order
der order of the HONORABLE Guthrie F.
Crowe. Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, dated the 30th day of April, 1959,
and entered and filed in thin action in
the office of the Clerk of the United
States District Court, Cristbal Divi Division
sion Division On the 30th day of April, 1959.
Sara de la Petta
Clerk of Court
BysDavid M. Jett Una
Deputy Clerk

INVESTOR'S
GUIDE

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Tt'ISDAY: MAY 11,
.
Today's Openin9,
'STOCK PRICES
AU' Ind
Advocate Asbestos 1151S
Mleghany Corp. 1246'
Aluminium Ltd. 28
Amer Cyanamid 58
Amer Motors 38
Amer Tel and Tel 144
Anaconda Copper 67,fe
Arkansas Fuel 34
AVCO Mfg 171
Beth Steel 52,
Bettinger Corp.
Bicroft Uranium 111
British Pet
Burroughs 3111
Canadian Eagl 11b
Celanese
Cerro de Paseo 43
Chicago Great West 51b
Chrysler 71
Cities Seri 57
Coastal Caribe 1
Colgate Palmolive .111b
Colorado Fuel '26
Creole Pet 52
Crown Cork and Seel 34
Cuban Venezuelan Oil
Du Pont 252
El Paso Natural Gat 32
Fairchild Engine 8b
Fargo Oil 6 1-16
Felmont Pet 6
General Dynamics 59b
General Electric 807e
Genora1.410tors 51
General Plywood 25
Gulf Oil 115
Harsco Stee 40b
Hayden Newport 18
Howe Sound 19
Imperial Oil 43
,Intl Pet 383i
'Montrose Chem 151Ai
Fargo Oil $ 1-16
Felmont Pet 6
General Dynamics 59b
General Electric BO
General.Metors 51
General Plywood k5
Gulf Oil 115
Harsco Stee 40b
Hayden Newport 18
Howe Sound 19
Imperial 0i1 43
, Intl Pet 313i
'Montrose Chem 15
New Eng Tel and Tel 173
Northrop Air 41
Olin Mathieson 52
Pancoastal 4 4
Pan Israel If-19
Phillips Pet 4912
Pure Oil 45
RCA 613
Reynolds Metal 85
Royal Dutch Shell 45
San Jacinto 2934b
Servo Corp 62
Shell Transp 1914
,,,Signe -04 4ind Gas 36
hiciali4011 62
Socoti$i'Vobile 44
Sperry Rand 2634b
Standard Oil NJ 52
Sterling Precision 4
Studebaker-Packard 11
Superior Oil 1805b
Texas Gull Prods 32
TeIrtMnA,' '" 23
Underwood 115e
United Canso 01 1,
US Rubber 12
US Steel 95
Westinghouse ries 16
Wheeling Steel ,M
Guardsman Goofs
In Identification
Of Princess Anne 1
.WINDSOR, England (UPI)
Royal Life Guardsnutn Ger4
Young had been in the army tV
weeks and was taking Ms fin
big assignment very seriously. 11
was posted outside the Queen
enclosure at a polo match hot
yesterday.
"You can't go in there,
girl,'' he said to the blonde 8-yea
old who tried to run past him.
"But I'm Princess Anne," al
said, hesitating. Then she went
guardsman or not, to have ta
with her mother, Queen Elizabeti
Young, 21, did not even hazi
his three-foot black bearskin b
or red coat to hide his blush'
He was in civilian clothes, sine
weekend guard service at ti
polo matcnes is done on off-duo
time.
Mother Of Nine
Finds Jail Term
Not So Restful
DENVER (UPI) Mrs. PAttill
Covello, 38, who has nine ehl
dren at home, said today st
couldn't even get a good rest I
jail.
Mrs. Covello was sentenced I
24 hours in jail for her fifth tra
fic violation in a year after sh
pleaded she couldn't pay the fit
because she was "running shot
of grocery money to feed
children."
She accepted the penalty wil
the philosophic statement, "11
kids don't let me sleep too mud
so I'll get to rest anyway."
Released eight hours early N
good behavior, Mrs. Covello sat
she couldn't have been mot
wrong.
lier four-bed cell was "awfl
noisy," she said, and "those ji
beds are so hard my hips hurt.

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NEW ROSE "GLOWS"
LONDON (UPI)Sam MeGreit
Britain's leading rose hybridit
said today he had produeed
rose that glows. He said the rot
was almost fluoreeestent and cod ,,
be peen a quarter of a mile awe;
He said it had taken him 3,61
seedlings and $14,000 to produi
the orange rose, Which he nem.
"Orangeade:",
SHARE MEDAL AWARD ';
NEW YORK (UPI) MI
Franklin D. Roosevelt and Ya
University President A. Whitni
Griswold have been awarded e
1959' Universal Brotherhood Med
of the Jewish Theological Sal
nary oi America.

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SENIOR DINNER Sergeant First Class Archie F. Stubbs, Head Headquarters
quarters Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 1st Battle Group, 20th Infan Infantry,
try, Infantry, receives a trophy for winning the U.S. Army Caribbean Seniors
Golf Tournament. Brigadier General Milton L. Qgden, USJARCAR1B
deputv commanding general, left, made the presentation at an
awards linner held Wednesday evening in the Fort Amador Of Officers'
ficers' Officers' Club. To the right is Col. Arthur P. Hurr of Albrook Air
Force Base, a member of the team which won the Panama Armed
Forces Oolf Championship. Sergeant Stubbs had a gross total of
155 for th" Seniors Tourney, and Lt. Col. Robert H. Evans was the
handicap winner with 142. (US Army Photo)

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The suspicion deepens thai
Bloomy -us i) Amato is conduct conduct-tag
tag conduct-tag more of a con game wan a
dusaue, that the seu-anoumeu a a-posue
posue a-posue oi me ring is using ms pa pa-i.
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into this deal? How did the an anonymous
onymous anonymous 10 percenter gel into
the act in the first place? Pre Pre-cisc'y
cisc'y Pre-cisc'y what is this nameless char
acici, expected to do to earn his

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en a piece ot die play, comes, a a-seiuoiis
seiuoiis a-seiuoiis oi similar and" singular
comment oy mgenar jolwiisson
i-ui a;, auuiograpmcai ?X ?X-erc.se,
erc.se, ?X-erc.se, now reauy for Swedisn
book shelves, cab.ei. exceipis w w-senbe
senbe w-senbe an alleged meeting with
Vn schweig, lueiituieu aa u A A-Sato's
Sato's A-Sato's manager and Bill Ro.,
aohn promoter of record f mt
fmpenuing Johansson l'atteiso.i
championship here next momh
The challenger charges that at
the meeting these two gentlemen,
"usi a match with Patterson
as bait,' requested that he cat
in an American manager lor 33-1-3
percent of -his -purses. Kven.
tuany he says he agreed t pay
10 percent for the privilege of
fighting in this country.

But in accepting the comprom compromise
ise compromise according to the Swedes
toul-searching prose, ihe gentle gentlemen
men gentlemen obtained ,n intrigu'K ?9C ?9C-cession;
cession; ?9C-cession; Johansson, was to have
no business contacts whatever
with the International Boxing
Club or "any of its successors.
In substance, he was to become
tho exclusive promotional proper property
ty property of D'Amato and his henchmen
of the moment.
Just who is getting the 10 per percent
cent percent our young visitor claims he
was compelled to part with in or order
der order to get a match for which he
qualified in the ring, on his own,
by knocking out San Francisco s
Eddie Machen in one round last
September? .

Our boxing commissions s nr..

who was? Or was uie Swede,

lull (i by the languors of Ihe
wiiimsy?

Gtt to the Facts

A.id wuiie tliey are about it,
the commissioners should also
ask Hosensohn lo spell out the
licku situation for them. Tins
sugfetstiun is prompted by adver advertisement
tisement advertisement in ineUupoIiUn, news newspapers
papers newspapers in wiii;h -1 the, Diners'
Uuu uiscioses aim promises:
'xong ueiore uciveis lor the
uig iigui were pul on sale to ihe
puolic, selected, ctioice scats
were set aside for .Diners' Cluo
members only. iNow, wiien tvery
one wan.s good seats. . you,
as a iiK'tntK'T, will jet the very
ocst. Vou get tnem urSt."
There is no missing tha mean meaning
ing meaning nere. Tiie besi seats nave al

ready ueen lurneu over lo a pri private
vate private organization. To get a
cnoice seat, must the light fan,
wnn Rosensonu tjiaiiit'esuy colla collaborating,
borating, collaborating, miSpUieilUin e r s
Cluu '.'where would nonnieinbers

sii. .in uie lett-nelu oleacners?
Since the ads also include appli application
cation application maiiks lot niembersnip,
one has lo wonuer.
As lor D'Amato, it has been e e-videnl
videnl e-videnl lor some time now mat
he's been using a spurious evan evangelism
gelism evangelism and a lalse iroiu leud as
an excuse lor 1'atlerson setups
and the back stairs manipula manipulations,
tions, manipulations, so flagrant in character on only
ly only the hopelessly gullible can tail
lo dig him.

FASTLICH SCORES
THIRD SHUTOUT IN
V.F.W. TEENIR SERIES
BRANDON AND BETIES
ALLOW ONLY 2 HIS
Fastlich divided the pitching
chores Saturday at the Balboa
Stadium between. Brandon and
Betas and they snut out lb Ameu
Kurres bv a b to 0 score.

Despite the shut out this was a

well played game as the Armed
Fortvii ueieuse was excellent.
Branuon started for Fastlich and
went tour innings giving up no
runs on one hit. Beltis came on
in the filth and allowed no runs
on one hit. Hill started for Afinej
forces and gave up 5 runs on 6
hits in 5 and one third innings, l'e l'e-terson
terson l'e-terson relieved Hill and was cbai't
ed with one run on two hits.
Culbertson and Cage were the
only Armed f orces players to
solve the Fastlicli pitching lor hus.
In the lourth inning after Culberl
son had singled Aiers hit into a
last double play Brandon to W.
trench to Pneiier: Cage singled
m the seventn but was left strand stranded
ed stranded when Self lined to second and
Swanson Hew out to right Held.
Fastlich pushed across two runs
in the third on a double by Hud Hud-dleston
dleston Hud-dleston and back to back sin singles
gles singles by Brandon and Smith, and
single runs in the fourth and fifth
on a triple and a single by Priest Priest-er.
er. Priest-er. The final two Funs came in
the sixth on bingles by W. French,
Fortune, and Reichart.
Swanson the Armed Forces right
fielder, turned in the fielding giin
of the day when he scooted along

the ground on his stomach and

with outstretched hand hauled in

a fly off the bat of Keicharl to

rob him of a hit.

FASTLICH

French, L., 2b

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Bateman, rf

Huddleston, c
Brandon, p
Smith, cf-c
Ness, If
Priester, lb
Marcum, 3b
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winning Albrook team by Brig. Gen. Milton L. Ogden, deputy commanding general, USARCARIB.
The other four members of the first-place tsam are, left to right TSgt. Ronald Fiel, MSgt. Eu Eugene
gene Eugene Hicks, Capt. William May and CWO Taylor H.,Ritter, Ritter was the low medalist in the
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i A Preprd Script?
i Unless it is conceded that Pat-

lv have no choice but to summon j terson tan t 1jgtu a tnen tne

the. Swede promptly ior iui "i j champion cannot be absolved ol
" Jail censure qn these .strangely

murky operations, lie made lJete
Rademacher and Cut 'N' Shoot,
both later exposed as dreadful
novices, look good, and his cu curious
rious curious compassion for London, Ihe
blubbery briton, put ringsiders
an TV viewers alike to sleep.
Whether these things were pro pro-longad
longad pro-longad for a purpose, or whether
Patterson was unequal to a pro professional
fessional professional performance, Only ly
would know. If the things were

deliberately extended, then Patter

son had to be following a prepar prepared
ed prepared script. In which event, he, of
course, would not have been the
first to do so. .but even such
mild artifices are supposed to be
many light miles above a cham champion
pion champion whose manager wears a
gleaming halo.
Still if D'Amato cared to ar argue
gue argue that (here is no law which
torces any sensible person to
take his saintly gesture serious,
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Dorolhy Head Knode
Defeats Connie Ball
In Exhibition Match
Dorothy Head Knode, fourth fourth-ranking
ranking fourth-ranking among America's women
tennis plavers, defeated Mrs. Con Connie
nie Connie Ball, of the Canal Zone Schools
Division 6-1, 6 2, in an exhibition
match played at the Diablo I ourts
Saturday morning under the aus auspices
pices auspices of the Division of Schools.
Playing before a good-si.ed
crowd, Mrs. Knode gave a bnll'.-nt
demonstration of the game that
has earned a place for her among
the world's top tennis stars.
Mrs. Ball, a former ranking p,;:y p,;:y-er,
er, p,;:y-er, played a fine all around game
but" was unable to match the
power and accuracy of Mrs.
Knnde's strokes.

1ft a doubles match Immediately j was tlie Dag man, or collector,
following the singles play, Mi s. for the Boxing Manager's' Guild,
Knode teamed with Bill Hale, r.f: outlawed by official decree for
Balboa, to defeat Mrs. Bull uul activities deemed inimical lo the
Co. Nick Powell, of Albrook, 7-5 j best interests of the sport. The
and 6-4 in a hard fought maich I managers paid, or their fighters
that featured sparkling net p!iy didn't fight.
by Wh teams.
Mrs. Knode, who has recently i

taktn up residenrc Panama I i i-ty,
ty, i-ty, will leave the Isthmus this
week and intends to play in a
numb?r ol tennis tournamenis in
the' United States, including the
Nationals at Forrest Hills, before
returning to Panama in Septem September.
ber. September. Mrs. Ball, who is leaving (lie
Division of Schools, will return to
the United States this summer and
also intends to play in tourn tournaments
aments tournaments on the "circuit."

Smith, 3b .': '1 0 0 .2 6'
Culbertson, 2b 1 0 1 2' 1
Alers, ss 3 0 0 1 0
Cage, If 3 0 12 0
Self, cf 3 0 0 10
Swanson, rf lb 3 0 0 2 0
Peterson, lb p 2 0 0 3 3
Arreguin, c 1 0 0 4 1
Hill, p 1 0 0 0 0. 1
Bibbo, 2b 0 0 0 J 0
Franklin, rf, 1 0 0 0 0

SUMMARY
2b: Huddleston. 3b: Priester,
DP: Brandon to French to Priest Priester.
er. Priester. BB: Trandon 1. Hill 4. Betties

2. SO: Brandon 2, Hill 3, Peter

son 1, BetUs 5. RBI: W. French,
Bateman, Brandon, Huddleston,
Priester, Marcum. WP: Brandon,
LP: Hill. Umpires: Ness and Ness
Scorer: Dobson.

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EUNICE, La. (UPI)-Ask Alvin
Dark of the Chicago Cubs, one of
baseball's finest golfers, who is
potentially the best golfer on the
pro tour and he'll reply, "Johnny
Pott.' The 23-year-old Pott turn turned
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Palmar 'Mr. Steady'
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (UPI) -Consistency
has. been the trade trademark
mark trademark of Johnny Palmer, the
round faced North Carolinian
who won the nickname of "Mr.
Steady' on the professional golf
tour. While he hasn't managed to
win either the Open of PGA titles,
falmeir still "has taken;. enough
tourney titles and few golfers
have beaten as regular a path to
the pay windows.

AjQuimedtf jilfaia,8d J. P.)

Diaz were the only two jockeys
set down by the stewards at toe
President Remon racetrack over
the weekend.
Alfaro got six meets for crowd

ing Ramo with Roina at the start

of Saturday's first face.
Diaz was suspended, for four
mests after he. admitted (bat his
mount, Okiland, crossed entry
mate Pilluelo and Folletito dur

ing Saturday's fourth race. Uui-

llermo Milord netted a to fine

for not using the correct coiors

on Tito Perequt in this same

race.

Partcho Lpi Paqulro and
Chacotaro get two waaks Men
for being lame after 4helr re respective
spective respective races. Blanqulta also
get twe weeks Off and was
scratched from Sunday's third
race because she suffered in in-juries
juries in-juries in a fall tnat morning.
Montesco got two meets for re
fusing at tjfe start of Sunday's
eighth race.
oOo
Janina, Nirvana, Lady Edna,
Henco, Titita, Jabalina and Her. Her.-co
co Her.-co are the entries for this week's
Raul Espinosa Classic. The $2,000
adder one mile annual feature
is scheduled to be run nexT Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, May 24. y
Unbeaten native filly Janina,
shooting for her 22nd consecutive
victory, will have her sternest
test since returning lrom a one
year layoff io resume her win winning
ning winning sJiein,

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Track manager Pablo A. Tlu

yer yesterday llew to Miami and

will De in the U.s. until inurs inurs-day
day inurs-day when he wiU return to the
Istnmus,
oOo
Bettors wagered $124,997 at the

local track over the weekend. Of

this total, $58,912 were pushed
through the ticket windows on
Saturday while, the be. ting in increased
creased increased tev$$6,085t,;on ..Sunday
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As usual, leading jockey Brau Brau-lio
lio Brau-lio Baeza was the winningest rid rider
er rider over the weekend with ev..jn
victories in 15 tries. Arch-rival
Heliodoro (Papito) Gustines iiai
three wins in 18 mounts.
thwWfflnPSyinWie"

and Oscar Bravo copped two

each. Arquimedes Alfaro Cristian
Rebolledo, Ruben Vasquez, Arw'i-

dea Lorless and Franco Jusuius-?
ni garnered one each.
' Gustines and Baeza. bad a heat heated
ed heated argument after the xunnins of
Sunday'i tenth, race which was
won ,by Yucatan with Baeza up.
The latter accused Gustines ,ol
"dirty riding" while Papito -called
Braulio a "cry-baby.rt
A vaar ana. ) lUu

frustrated Gustines took off for
Mexico In disgust at beirtg re re-eatedly
eatedly re-eatedly outridden by Baeza,
these two boys had a brief ex exchange
change exchange of blows. Sunday the
other jockeys stepped between
them before any punches yere
thrown.
oOo
Interest is already running
high for the forthcoming $7,500
added one mile and quarter Gen.
Jose Remon Classic which will
be run Ms v 31. ThU will h tha

return match between tr-iek

champ Quidico and Buen Mozo
II with a vastly improved Mi D D-deo
deo D-deo and the sensational Bob to
add fuel to the fire.
According to a reliable source,
Baeza will ride the hefty gray gray-coated
coated gray-coated Buen Mozo II. This will
certainly enhance the chances- of
Roberto Motta's Uruguayan rout
er.

Two Ten-Rounders
Top Boxing Card

In Colon Mav 31

A four-bout boxing program
with two ten-rounders as joint
main attractions wlli bo staged
at the Colon Arena May 31.
In one feature flyweight
champion Manhattan Kid ae ae-kles
kles ae-kles promising bantamweight
Ernesto Reld at 117 pounds
and in the other headliner Tito
Marshall and .Jorge Oulntr
clash at 135 pounds.
Jose Gondola and Patroclnio
Allen swap punches at 128
pounds In a six-rounder and in
the four-rouiK curtain raiser
Stanely Wilson and Luis del Cid
will meet at 128 rounds.
Th program, drawn up by
oromoter Joe (Red) McLauh McLauh-lin,
lin, McLauh-lin, has been approved by the
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Berlin crisis if the current Big Four talks are not settled on Moscow's terms.
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' thenhower will not go to any Summit conference under duressincluding any new move to set a deadline for getting
Western troops out of Berlin.
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the conference with a long and plan calling for a peace treaty ference would be a "Aandstilr has summoned the Communil
detailed explana t i o n of the with the two Germanys and agreement recognizing the pre- Party central committee fc
West's package plan. abandonment of Berlin by the sent Allied rights in Berlin until June 24, apparently to assv
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ated the reasott'why the West The East-West deadlock was wOrked out. and prepare his mandate fc
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rectly recalled the national uproar stated. He advised all persons Balboa Cristobal time to publish, probably under As co mmerce Sec IF y the problem of obscene literature,
2:00 3:50 6:15 9:00 p.m. in 1956 when the Queen's friend. over 45, especially heavy smok- TEMPERATURE: the editorship of associate editor calicci for a nationwide citizens'
18181"1.111MMillanina881481868 ship' with faith healer Greet Hof- ers, to have a physical examina- George Westerman, one of Pana- campaign to "smash" the pornog pornog,.
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HUMIDITY; WASHINGTON, May 19 (UPI).
ORYNNER.WOODWARD.LEIGHTON mans was repor'ed to ha.ve caused tionr and a chest X-ray at least 1,11016wh
76 -anhv business.
arift in the royal family. v six months. 79 Nations.
86 ma's delegates to the United
Lewis L. Strauss today won Sen She' said her subcommittel
One. Ioretri neWspaper.'the ton The tobalco industry contends ate Commerce Committee approv- would suggest actions that private
S 's don StufdAV'iEXbress, -reno4rted the that no direct Connection has High 91 lrganizations and individuals can
ouna 92 Brit's al of his controversial nomination tzike against obseene literature
Queen"s invitation to Adawki for been shown between smoking and Low 53 18 h Teeners
as Secretary of Commerce.
'IMMO THE a private interview had again split lune cancer A government repor' when it finishes current hearings
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Three Democrats joined the six on the problem.
xuor the royal household. said recently that there was at WIND:
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least a statistical link between (max. mph) NW-15 NE-18 Ch k Game committee Republicans in favoring "The peddling of smut to chit chit:I':
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ciguarettes and:cancer. RAIN (inches) .05 lc en committee approval.
. been keW, ip the fai,mily ,foK. 10
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20 days before the tiiitch press fin- Sen, John O. Pastore (R.I.) in in1
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plunged into their yes. to destroy the pride of one day for 9,12,5 days under the name of ,Gen- KENNEDY ihipt,:.
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has rejected the Soviet counter counterplan
plan counterplan calling for a peace treaty
with the two Germanys and
abandonment of Berlin by the
West.
The East-West deadlock was
not limited to the Big FOur COn COnference
ference COnference table.
Herter and British foreign
secretary Selwyn Lloyd von vonferred
ferred vonferred for more than an hour
at noon with Gromyko in an
effort to get the bogged-down
talks on a nuclear test ban
off dead center. But they fail failed
ed failed to win Soviet acceptance
of Western compromise pro.,
posals designed to speed Ito
these talks.
Gromyko himself said after afterwards
wards afterwards that the meetiag was
"not conclusive."
Other Western speakers at
the Big Four conference today
were Lloyd and Wilhelm Grewe,
Bonn's arnbasSacthr Washing Washington
ton Washington and WeSt Gerrnan "adviser"
to the foreign ministers' meet meeting.
ing. meeting. Herter personally informed
Gromyko that the West's mini

Dui& Papers Scorn
Saucer Specialisl
To Visit Juliana
THE TIARTJE, ijpn4q4 (p131),
George Aamski a serf-styled-professor
who says 'he has taken sev seven
en seven rides on flying saucers to Ve Ve,
, Ve, nus and tbe moon, had. a date
with Queen Juliana today to tell
her all about it. The Dutch press
was indignant.
1
1, The ka 14) s 621 N .r,v,;''.ilaroftf
Volkseant called the '68-year old
rCeacitilfyorrnei ac ancakti'0 n aa du pirnodair pirnodairna
na pirnodairna 11 ead
in 1956 when the Queen's friend friendship'
ship' friendship' with faith healer Greet Hof Hofmans
mans Hofmans was repor'ed to have caused
arift in the royal family.
One. Toretri .neWspaper.' the tnn tnndon
don tnndon StufdAy 'iZXbress, -reto4rted the
Queen"s invitation to Adam.ki for
a private interview had again split
the royal household.
The Express said the -row had
been kepi, ip the fai,miiy for. 10
days before the biltch press fin finally
ally finally was given the green light to
print the story. It said Hie Queen
had "consistently ignored all ad advice"
vice" advice" to cancel Adamski's ap appointment
pointment appointment Adamski is in ,Europe to lecture
on space travelnot as a theore theoretician
tician theoretician but as a man who says he
actually has made space journ journeys.
eys. journeys. He says he goes frequently to
Mars In flying saucers and has
been around the moon as a guest
aboard a space ship from Venus.
Adamski originally was sched scheduled
uled scheduled to address a Dutch organiz organization
ation organization of flyin saucer enthusiasts.
The group invited the Queen. In Instead,
stead, Instead, th. Queen invited Adamski
for a private inerview.
African's Al tillide
Rriet Ai hin-tnan
riaimi 'limn NM
ANGELS CAMP, Calif. (IWO
A Stockton. Calif., frog reigned
as official frog lumping champion
of the world today, but a peanut peanutsized
sized peanutsized challenger from Africa
stole the show.
Two-Snan was the official 1959
champ with a three-hop leap of
16 feet, 112 inchesjust 812 inches
short of the world mark set in
1954. The- competition was held
yesterday before a crowd of 29,-
000.
Two-Snap was trained 'by M:ke
Voitich of Stockton, who has pilot
ed many winners here through
the years. Be disclosed part of
his traiiiing process when. be
revealed that he fattened his
entrants on a real breakfast of
championsbumblebees.
The African entrant, Kiliman Kilimanjaro,
jaro, Kilimanjaro, owned by Jonathan Leakey
of Nairobi, Kenya, was one-fourth
th.e size of the winner. But he
stunned 'the crowd with a mag magnificent
nificent magnificent 18-foot 5-inch leap in the
qualifying round.
When the chips were down in
the finals, however, the challen
ger could musty,only an trungnit trungnitleant
leant trungnitleant series of opsoopd few lotud
croacks.
,
Mark Twaties 'story "The tel
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veras Calaveras County" inspired the an annual
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mum price for a Summit con conference
ference conference would be a "Aandstill"
agreement recognizing the pre present
sent present Allied rights in Berlin until
any final peace package is
worked out.
Gromyko's implied threat
of possible new Soviet moves
in Berlin was revealed coin coincidentally
cidentally coincidentally with an authorita authoritative
tive authoritative report that Soviet Pre Premier
mier Premier Nikita Khrushchev ap apparently
parently apparently has a deadline in
mind for winding up the for foreign
eign foreign ministers talks.

Government Experts
Reassed Cancer
Caused By Clouds

WASHINGTON SLIPi) The rope and specifically not in the
United States1 He preferred a
government's top cancer expert
said today it generally is ac- neutral country to prevent
cepted scientifically that cigarette Khrushchev's making propa propaganda
ganda propaganda out of a US visit Inform Informsmoking
smoking Informsmoking is a cause of lung can cancer.
cer. cancer. ed sources said.
Asst. Surgeon General John R.
Heller, director of the National Both sides were reported
Cancer Itistititte, advised heavy Preparing interim plans tOl
tain the present status) Russia
smokers to give up cigarettes. If Elllin 'The' West ivould Main,
would give the West the choice
they could not qtdt entirely, he
said, they should cut down on
. letting the Allies stay with So Sosmoking
smoking Sosmoking as much as possible. of withdrawing all together,
"1 think that most of the scien
tific data show that excessive use viet participation or sending in
of cigarettes gives one a greater an all-neutral force.
risk of .acquiring lung,, ancer,"
Heller said' in a copywriiiild
interview in the magazine U.S. Weatifr'erNot
News and World Report.
He agreed with a questioner --
that it is "pretty well accepted
now scientifically:' thai smoking This weather report for ths 24.
is a cause of cancer. He also said hours ending 8 a. m. today is
lung cancer is increasing. prepared by the Meteoralogical
"Most of, ,the men who have and Hydrographlo Branch of the
lung caticer are those tvho are Panama Canal Company:
heavy cigarette smokers," Heller
stated. Hs! advised all persons Balboa Cristobal
over 45, especially heavy smok- TEMPERATURE:
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The tobalco industry contends HUMIDITY.;
that no direct connection hes High 91
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Heller sail he did no, forsee
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stomach or female brenst cancer (inner harbors) 80 53.
He said cancers of the lower
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In 1900, Heller said, only one In Gatun Lake 113.45
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said. Rnd the means already exist
to reduce this to one in two. RAI RnA TIrlr

US A-Powererl thip
To Be 5Pmer afe,
Official Periores
PORTLAND, Ore. (UMUn (UMUndersecretary
dersecretary (UMUndersecretary of Commerce John
J. Allen Jr. declared yesterdaY
vessel USA' Powered Savannah
will be so safe no seaport need
fear radio. active contamination
from it.
He said the ship, scheduled for
launching this July, will be the
world's safest vessel.
"No seaport need be concerned
about contamination from this
ship and be assured that ade adequate
quate adequate precautions have been
taken should this nuclear-powered
ship be involved in a collision or
a sinking," Allen said in an ad address
dress address prepared for a Maritime
day luncheon here.
His remarks were aimed at
solking occasional articles ques questioning
tioning questioning safety of the Savannah
which will be the world's first
nuclear-powered merchant ship.
The articles reflected apparent
concern of some seaports that tbe
vessel might accidentally poison
tho cities with radioactivity.
When the U.S. nuclear-powered
submatine Nautilus visited grit gritain
ain gritain last year after its historic trip
under the Arctic, it docked at the
sparsely populated port of Port Portland
land Portland rather than London. It wan
reported that the port was chosen
on advice of British atomic en energy
ergy energy authorities.
Later Denmark refused to let
the submarine Skate, another nuclear-powered
sub, enter Copen Copenhagen
hagen Copenhagen because elf fear of 'radio 'radioactive
active 'radioactive conta mination.
Allen said the Savannah la be being
ing being built with the utmost concerti
for protection against radioactive
contamination either to passen passengers
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This report said Khrushchev
has summoned the Communist
Party central committee for
June 24, apparently to assess
the results of this conference
and prepare his mandate for
the Summit.
In other Major East West'
developments:
Herter summoned US Am Ambassadors
bassadors Ambassadors John Hay Whitney
from London and Amory
Houghton from Paris for con consultations.
sultations. consultations. Defense secretary
Neil McElroy also was flying in
from Washington.
Couve de Murville was re reported
ported reported preparing a point-bypoint
denunciation of Russia's
demand fOr ,peace treaties per perpetuating
petuating perpetuating the Communist rule
in East Germany.
French President Charles
de Gaulle informed the United
States he would not attend a
Summit conference outside Eu Europe
rope Europe and specifically not in the
United States1 He preferred a
neutral country to pre vent
Khrushchev's making propa propaganda
ganda propaganda out of a US visit inform informed
ed informed sources said.
Both sides were reported
preparing interim plans fOr
Berlin. The' West ivould Math Mathtain
tain Mathtain the present status) Russia
would give the West the choice
of withdrawing all together,
letting the Allies stay with So Soviet
viet Soviet participation or sending in
an all-neutral force.
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'Tribune' Editor
Sidney A. Young
Dies At Party
Sidney A. Young, editor and
Publisher of the weekly Panama
Tribune, suffered a heart attack
last night while attending a par party
ty party at the home of attorney David
A. Leon and died en route to the
hospital.
A 60-year old Jamaican, Mr
Young had suffered an earlier
attack in July, 1957. but he re recovered
covered recovered and was well enough to
resume his dioie, at the newsnl
per after a few months of con convalescence.
valescence. convalescence. He is survived by his wife,
Meta. and his son David A.. in
addition to his adopted daughter,
Mrs. Claudina McIntosh and his
sister, Mrs. Ruby Richards Alex Alexander.
ander. Alexander. Funeral arrangements have
been tentatively set for tomor tomorrow,
row, tomorrow, but will probably await the
return of Mrs. McIntosh from
Jamaica, wher she ha s 'been
vacationing with her husband.
Mr. Young came to Panam a
from Jamaica while still in his
teens and went to work for the
Panama Qat, al. Ho started in
the newspaper field with the
Star and Herald several yeqrs
later, and then came to work
with Nelson Rounsvell on the
Panama American. servinc as
cable editor and editor of a West
Indian page.
Ile founded the Pqnama Tri Tribune
bune Tribune in 1928. operating his own
nrinterv for several years before
It went out of business.
However. he continued to .nub .nublish
lish .nublish the Trib,me, which is widely
read by West Indians and their
descendants..
The weekly Is expected to con continue
tinue continue to publish, probably under
the editorship of associate editor
.George Westerman, one of Pana Panama's
ma's Panama's delegates to the United
Nations.
British Teeners
Play Dangerous
'Chicken' Game
STOCETON-ON- TEES, England
(UPI)--Railway officials and po police
lice police are teaming up to fight a
new teen-age "chicken" game in
which boys and girls dare each
other to sit in front of approach approaching
ing approaching trains.
Police said that two girls even
let an express roar over them as
they lay prone between the rails.
More than 70 teen-agers, and
some younger children, have been
arrested on trespassing charges
in recent weeks to keep them off
the lines.
The most popular version of the
game is to sit on the rails to
see who will be "chicken" and
get up first as the train approach approaches.
es. approaches. TOMORROIV
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family diturbfamily a mother tormented by
s... a' young widow forced to love
and suddenly a stranger is
yes. tit destroy the pride of one
If the other... Its honest impact
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HumanRights
Bill Backed
By Humphrey
WASHINGTON, May 19 (UPI)
Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey
(D-Minn.) called today for en enactment
actment enactment of a six-point "Human
Rights Bill'' which would out outlaw
law outlaw the poll tax and prohibit
discrimination in employment.
Humph,rey said the measure
would deal with matters not
covered by the Civil Rights bills
introduced earlier this year.
was designed, he said,
"to assure to all Americans
regardless of their race, color,
creed or nationaI origin
freedom, liberty, equal oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity and equal protection
under the laws of our great
nation."
"We must put, our own house
in order if we are not to be
considered hypocrites when we
point an accusing finger at the
Soviets for their denial of hu human
man human rights," he said.
Humphrey's pro g r am, co cosponsored
sponsored cosponsored by 11 other senators,
was set forth in six separate
bills and one omnibus measure
incorporating all of the pro proposals.
posals. proposals. He said A would:
Implement Supreme Court
rulings that -segregation in in interstate
terstate interstate transportation is un unconstituional.
constituional. unconstituional. Extend to members of the
Armed Forces the same protec protection
tion protection against bodilT,' Rttack that
is now granted to Coast Guards Guardsmen.
men. Guardsmen. Prohibit discrimination in
employment.
Outlaw the poll tak as a
condition of voting in any pri primary
mary primary or other election Jor na national
tional national officers.
Strengthen criminal provi provisions
sions provisions in existing Civil Rights
laws.
Strengthen the crimi n a 1
laws relation to peonage, slavery
and involuntary ,servitude.
Humphrey, sponsor of some
of ; the 0(1, Rights bills in introduced
troduced introduced earlier this year, and
said the new measures "repre "represent
sent "represent strides in the right di direction"
rection" direction" and warranted ap approval
proval approval But he said there wa3 "even
more the Congress can and
should do to guarantee all
Ainericans that their God-given
rights to freedom and equality
shall be protected."
Strauss Wins
Committee Okay
As Commerce Seel!
WASHINdTON, May 19 (11P1)
Lewis L. Strauss today won Sen.
ate Commerce Committee approv approval
al approval of his controversial nomination
as Secretary of Commerce.
Three Democrats joined the six
committee Republicans in favoring
committee approval.
However one of the Democrats
Sen. John O. Pastore (R.I.) in indicated
dicated indicated that he would file a sep
arate report to the Senate favor favoring
ing favoring Strauss' approval rather 'than
join the other members who vot voted
ed voted to confirm him.
Chairman Warren G. Magnuson
(D-Wash.) announced the commit committee's
tee's committee's action. He hopes the nomi nomination
nation nomination can be formally reported
to the Senate next Monday. The
actual time for debate, Magnuson
said. will be a matter for the Sen Senate
ate Senate Democratic Policy Committee
to recide.

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Personal Income Of Americans'Score

Hefty !pere,ase, 10Apnth 'Of April

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WASHINGTON' (UPII 3. 'Amer 'Americans
icans 'Americans earned more matierin'APsril
than 'ever before the Commerce'
Department repoAed yesterday.,
It said personal income cored
a hefty $3,200,000,000 increaSe dur during
ing during the month,' bringing individual'
earnings to e record annual rete
of $372,700,000,000. ';
Most of the April increase
$2,700,000,000 ---dwas. in wages
and salaries, This restdted iirpart,
from the fact that 'the riumber
kemployed American jumped
new April record of. 65,012,0tVan 65,012,0tVanincrease
increase 65,012,0tVanincrease of abed, 1,000,00(LoVer
March. 1
If personal Income,COntinues to.
post gains equaLt thoSe of the,
past few months,';:tile,174, taion.1
dollars total,:,, now, predicted
1959 will be topped by at ;Fubstan ;Fubstantial
tial ;Fubstantial amount.
Economists,' ho'Wever, expect'
some slowdown in .the month-tomonth
rise,
rhe total for 195t was 354,400 4
000.000.
The income, record smile on the
heels Of another' government re report
port report Sunday that the nation's out output
put output of goods and services hit an
all-time high annual rate of 467
billion dollars for the first three
months of this year.
This was a revised figure which
was about two billion dollars high higher
er higher than the Commerce Depart Department's
ment's Department's earlier figure. It meant
that business was even better for
the 'first auarter of the year than
the record-setting pace originally
reported.
The big employment and in income
come income gains in April were expect expected
ed expected to brighten the economic pic picture
ture picture still, further by rushing up
consumer spending in the months
ahead.
Compared with April, 1958, the
low point in the recession, per personal
sonal personal income last month was up
by a whopping $23 billion dollars.
The Commerce Department
said last month's wage and sal salary
ary salary gain was particularly pro pronounced
nounced pronounced in the metals and ma machery
chery machery industries. hard hit by last
year's business slump.
Lady Lawmaker
Walls Crackdown
On Smut Mans
WASHINGTON (UPI) A con concresswoman
cresswoman concresswoman urged parents and
"decent-minded citizens'. today
to unite behind a drive to end the
nation's estimated 500 million dol dollar
lar dollar annual trade in "smut and
filth."
Rep. KatbrInf,dGranahan (D (DPa
Pa (DPa .), chairrnatil-brai liouse post
office subcommittee investigating
the problem of obscene literature,
callcci for a nationwide citizens'
campaign to "smash" the pornog pornogranhy
ranhy pornogranhy business.
She said her subcommittee
would suggest actions that private
lrganizations and individuals can
tzike against obsene literature
when it finishes current hearings
on the problem.
"The peddling of smut to chil children
dren children is a heinous criene that must
be stopped," she, said. but many
parents and communities "are
seemingly unaware of the size
and seriouness of this problem.
Carl F. Reuss, secretary of the
Lutheran Church's Board for
Christian Social Action, said "we
aPPear to have a sex sickness in
our American society, and the
virus of pornography causes
many a weak person to. suc succumb
cumb succumb
Reuss, of Columbus, Ohio,
urged emphasis on wholesome sex
education and cooperative local
acton against obscenity.

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jncome,'interest payments and ol:
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Florida Entourage
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, MOSCOW (UPI)--A. group of dg:
Florida businessmeit; and civiet
leaders arrived 'in Moscow today':
from Leningrad.
The Kremlin topped their sig
seeing program today. Tomorrow!
they wereto visit housing projeels.
and a Moscdw department stort.,",
'The group, led by Vice Presi
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WTVJ in Miami, currently is oil:
a goodwill tour of Europe. Future
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Murphy and a half dozen othiti:
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mer New York governor and LT:8:::
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