The Panama American

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

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

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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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University of Florida
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This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:02921

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Technical tifekthrough United Nations' channels has become an important instrument for
the integratiow. of 'Administrative. problems. In-some countries. Panamanian Roberto Heurtematte
told,s'T,epal CoMmittee today. Some nations Prefer aid from the UN to that arranged directlY
wit, nations ; providing the -technicians.
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Pabanisi'e, former comptroler-,genneral and ainbassador to Washington addressed the Com Committei.'on
mittei.'on Committei.'on conemic Sectors in his new tapiseity as UN High Commissioner for Technical Aid. k.
- The' quality4of technical, aid has impreved g matt,- of late. and its impact on, nations Wing it
has, tisen It. tas became A powerful, factor' in: m aintaining peace and creating better Mint eon eondittons,
dittons, eondittons, hei,lialC ',
.'Oir'the., discoutaging side. Heurtematte revealed that though the program is increasing in
lAtpOrtalfce4ts ivelume is due to diminsh beginning, in 1960 because of lessed contributions bY
III Inembers governments. Thia may impose &out of about 10 percent in some services and may
elimnati,, new, one. Z,, .
, ; Tit, a ,COmmittee 'on Economic Development today heard a secretariat report treating largelY
with. industry, It Also debated a draft resolution on agricultural development presented last week
by the fabats' delegation-. .. .' .-- .. .. ', ;
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that -,inrhistrialitititin in Latin -of gciing -,4rem'-A,,. handicraft to
AMOries ii not keeping uP with the .' a nistnanited industry, but Cepal Sessions
need toe,the:absorption of the la- from-o, mechanized inoustry to
bor'ioreir : 'i.,..,: ,, - one thet wilineediesslabor ros.
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,t cere,t mony held yesterday in the Geovernorla Office at Balboa Heightt At the far left 'is 'Hugo De
ten Of the, Maintenance Division, who .was caught by Goodrich after he fell from a height of
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thii;near futurs are not these
-of gOing ,from-4..-hanclicratt to
niscnaniaod- industry, but
from---MOOlnized industry to
' ono that witineedlesslabor res.
cue of tochnological advances.
Tixtiles wore used as an illus..
tration.
The move -toward industrializa industrialization
tion industrialization MUM be even. more intensive
thin it- and countries
must build up their own national
markets, it was, argued.
The general lock of a true ca capits!
pits! capits! merkoo in Many countries
was biameo for many Not
My to the earnings of the 'work 'workers
ers 'workers 'not-going into industry, out
capitalists do not !4-invest their
profits.
Tax structureOnd the lack of
limit enconrage' industry alsa
came in for criticiim, as did a po policy
licy policy which allows mportauon of
certain goods but not the raw ma materials
terials materials for making them.
In some countries, it was notod,
the freedom given, industry to ex extend
tend extend the working,day has worked
against the hirintot second and
third shifts, which, would absirb
niore labor.. This policy has also
resulted in 'manyIdle hours for
machinTi,. a,'consequent low
ResMie',Coordinatin Center this
Morning', 'allowing .4 ,request re re,Itiyett
,Itiyett re,Itiyett thraugh Me, 1:13.; Embassy,
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As proviously annountini, the
sossions of COO new being hold
at the Logislativo Palace are
open Jo the public of Panama
and the Canal Zone. Admitting
the public to all dobates has
boon a Unitod Nations policy
'Inc its founding more than a
decade ago.
The ontrance to the main hall
is plainly marked testi is im immediately
mediately immediately bohind tint line of
membor nation flags.''
Excopt for certain major
mocings, it is net possible to
give oxact schodules. Moetings
genorally begin at 10 a.M., last
until 12:30. Thing are resumod
at 3 p.m. and continue for mo movers!
vers! movers! hours, sometimos until
p.m.
Spanish, French and English
are the languagos of the COO.
Thong aro usually enough hod hodsets
sets hodsets for all who wish to de so to
receivo the romakrs and (lobate
through spot intorproters.
ture may help Argentina, Colom
bia, 'Mexico and others. 1
. Better manatement may "well
l'ren k2itic4.94'.:,greSt...0iPent k2itic4.94'.:,greSt...0iPentF
F k2itic4.94'.:,greSt...0iPentF lionx, it,,a oterult,rePqrtrtound.
li, Ireaterds '1,i4 Pklarnt- delegate
, Ruben 15 AtietCptesepttd 1 re...,
pert on the tcenornitk, Develop Development
ment Development of his country as analyzed 1
by Cepal.

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Ckire White and Bill Hayes,
two Cr;s'obal High School seniors,
were presented with the Ameri American
can American Legion medal as the outstand
ing boy and girl members of their
class during the annual awards as
sembly held yesterday at 1:30 p.m.
in the Cristobal High School Audi Auditorium.
torium. Auditorium. Miss White, the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Tracy P. White, of Ga Gatun,
tun, Gatun, also received a 000 Clrib Clribbean
bean Clribbean College Club scholarship the
John Philip Sousa award, present presented
ed presented by O. E. Jorstad, Cristobal
High School music director; and
a dramatic awad presented by
Louis Fattorosi. She will emu'
Ho ll'os College in Virginia in 'ate
fall.
Young Hayes', son of Mr. and
Mrs. (iardrier,Ilayes, of Margiri Margirita,
ta, Margirita, also won dramatic avrd.
He plans to go tO Florida Southern
College next year;

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derfned tile hat of a gallant Marine during the festivities hon honoring
oring honoring men of the Armed Forces at the Legion Club at Fort
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In addition to. Miss White
Jean Seaman was 'announced as
the other winner of a Caribbean
College Club $0(N- scholarship,
ono of tho malor scholarships
given each year to an Atleptie
side senior. Ono of those awatels
was glean by Mre H. M. Grant
in memory of hor husband Capt.
Hector M. Grant. ,,
Those receiving awards press,nt press,nted
ed press,nted by ine Elks Club as the out outstanding
standing outstanding athletes of 'the 1959 Sen Senior
ior Senior Claus were Diane Hickey, Keith
Kulig and Donald Humphrey.
Two best science 'student awards
were given to Phil Judson and
Karen Coate, one by the Natural
History Society and- the other by
Bausch and Lomb.-,
Paul Beck, Princsipal of Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal High School Presented acade academic
mic academic awards to Mi85 Coate. the
ti:chest rankinr4 senior: Jean Van
Der Heyden, Carol' Agee, and Eli Elizabeth
zabeth Elizabeth Limkemannt all of whom
had an "A' average.
Student Association. awards were
presented to John Boseman. James
and William Will, Beth Bialkowski,
and Pat Lawson,
To addition to Miss White and
Hans, dramatic awards and thes thespian
pian thespian pins went to Leslie Berger,
William Limkemann, Marguerite
Engelke. Joan Page, Leroy Wer Werlein,
lein, Werlein, Esther Miller, Patricia Law Lawson,
son, Lawson, Lela' Leon; Lesley Berger,
Ronald Frankel. Martha Johnson,
Frank McLeod. Mary Lon Washa Washabaugh,
baugh, Washabaugh, Sally Eisen, Randoinh Al Alhero,
hero, Alhero, Joe torenr.9.'rtla Morales
and Jean Seamart,
Band, orchestra, and glee club
honors were given by Jorstad to
23 seniors among them Pat Law Lawson,
son, Lawson, Jean Seaman,l,and Mary Lon
Washsbaugh who -were ontstand ontstanding
ing ontstanding with eight years of service.
Delia id Humohtey onri
Ku who particinated in track
basketball, baseball and football
eath received awards as being
outstanding in eqich snort. The
awards wore presorillsid by coach coaches
es coaches Paul Moser ,13tivirf ingram
and Louis Do leave
students whit starrgr.. 4.1 each
sport.
Seven high schnol senior sharp
shooters were presented with a
wards from the Elks, Club, the Po Police
lice Police Association, the Gun Club,
the ,American Legion,. Veterans of
Foreign Wars, and the Rifle Club.
Ike awards were given by Albert
Cooper and Noel Gibson. John
Anitirosa received awud from
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BALBOA HIGH SCHOOL

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In surprise presentations at a
Balboa High School Assembly de devoted
voted devoted ordinarly to awards to stu studets,
dets, studets, two of the High School's
facay received recognition from
tile students themselves. The pre presentotions
sentotions presentotions took place during the
iidnual awards assembly yesterday
morning at the Balboa Theater.
The honored faculty members
were Harold J. Zierten, assist assistant
ant assistant principal, who is retiring
within a few months, and Allen
Ward, senior class adviser and
Spanish instructor, whose retire retirement
ment retirement is effective as soon Ps
school ends.
On behalf of American T,egion
Post No. 1, George Vieto, post
commander, presented awards to
the "Most Outstanding Boy and
Girl Graduates." These went to
David Browne, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Browne of Balboa, and
Judy Hotz, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. T. F. Hotz, first place win winners.
ners. winners. They were followed by
Carlos Kiamco of Panama City
and Mirna Pierce of Curundu, sec second,
ond, second, and Tom Cunningham and
Martha Miller, third.
The highest ranking graduate
was David Browne. His award
was presented by Hotz, who :Aso
announced the following "All A
students: Barbara Ahr, Marlon
Clare, Charles Nickerson, Ruth
Bennett, Richard Lawson, Grace
Vale and Llewelyn Zent.
Winner of the Elks' Scholar Scholarship
ship Scholarship for $1,500, presented annual annually
ly annually by Elks Lodge 1414, B.P.O.E.,
was Miss Pierce. Miss Pierce
also won the Bausch and Lomb
Honorary Science Award, an announced
nounced announced by DeWitt M y r s,
science teacher.
-The Reserve Officers Association
Award was presented to Rolando
Chants by John F. Oster, a re reserve
serve reserve major and chief of the Per Personnel
sonnel Personnel Bureau's wage and clas classification
sification classification division.
Martha Miller, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Allan K. Miller of Balt-via,
won the award as the "Most
Outstanding Science Student." The
'Presentation of the James Zetek
Medal was made by the Rev. W.
M. Alderton, of the Gamboa Union
ICinach, vice president of the Pa PaIntim
Intim PaIntim Canal Natural History So Society.
ciety. Society. The American legion Depart Department
ment Department of the Canal Zone annual
Spanish awards were presented to
thrte students this year. The pre presentation
sentation presentation was made by depart department
ment department commander Al. Gauvin. Win Winners
ners Winners of the award were, in order,
Saily Reichart, Melissa Downing
and Charles Denton.
tiler Spanish awards, present presented
ed presented by the school for first year
studenta, Went La Helea Cooper,

C3 St

Truck Lights
Aid In Rescue
Of Burned GI
More than 20 trucks were lined
up with their headlights on to
luminate the airstrip at Rio Hato,'
last night, as Sp-4 Duane Lutr'll
suffering from first and second
degree burns was evacuated bY1
Army De Havilland Beaver plane'
to Albrook Air Force Base.
Piloted by Capt. John R. Beier,
the plane teurhed down at Albrook
a.bout 10:30 p.m. LuIrell was im immediately
mediately immediately taken by ambulance to
Gorgas Hospital, where his condi condition
tion condition was reported good today.
Accidentally burned while he
was cooking his C-ration supper.,
Lutrell sustained first and second
degree burns in scattered patches
on his right hand, both arms, ab abdomen
domen abdomen and thighs. He is assigned
to Headquarters Company, 1st
Battle Group, 20th Infantry.
A surgeon from the battle group
Cap', Donald W. Cox rode with
the plane from Fort Kobbe to Rio
Hato anit cared for Lutrell on the
return trip. Medical men of the
44th Giin Battalion. 517th Artille Artillery,
ry, Artillery, had trea'ed the injured man,
and had him ready fo- evacuation
at the airstrip when Beler landed
abolit 9:40 p.m.
Because of the dark, the
trucks of the 4th Gun Deletion
engaged in Gperation Cross.
Train at Rio Hato were lined
vp on either side of the air-trip,
angled so thnt their heacildights
swept the airstrip but so that
Captain Beier could see ,he tail taillights
lights taillights as he came in. The pilot
ia from, the. ,U.S. Army Aviation
-TArtiChitAtterittlibearr;
Al seats except two for the pi pilit
lit pilit and surgeon had been quickly
removed 'from the plane al Fort
Kohbe and a Wier installed just
before Beier took off.
S
Crady an,' Charlene Moren Morency.
cy. Morency. Ctianis made these presenta presentations
tions presentations on tiehalf ot the Pan-American
Club.
Another of the day's important
awards WaM that Of thP Math As Associa'ion
socia'ion Associa'ion of America contest a ayard.
yard. ayard. won by Kiamco. one of the
mits:anding graduates. Charles
Freneh won the award as the
school's most outstanding athlete.
Music awards were presented by
Herr. Vena Bennet and Joaline
Clare accepted them for the grotto.
The :to'm Philip Sousa music a award
ward award went to Cecilia Eeeles'on.
At the conclusion nf the As Assembly
sembly Assembly Scilly Toussieh swore in
the following new officers who
will servo the Sttpl-nt Associa Association
tion Association for the coming school yenr.
They are: Grady Hesters, presi
dent, Worden French, vice presi
dent, and Barbara Bartlett and
Karen Lytle, Secretaries.
Other awards presented at the
Balboa Assembly were:
"B" league athletic awards to
representatives Melissa Downing,
Sonia Figueroa, Katherine Watson
and Rachel Van Dyke; Beth Hell HellIran
Iran HellIran and Judi Holz for the A
League; Sharon DeVote. represent representing
ing representing the cheerleaders for the pre present
sent present school year at the same
time the following new cheerlead cheerleaders
ers cheerleaders were announced: Barbara
Bartlett, Charlene Bishop, ,Didi
Bremer. Marion Clare. Florence
Davis, Karen Lytle, Dody Moses
and Linda Sikorski: boys intra intramural
mural intramural awards. received by Jaek
Pearson on behalf of the groun;
varsity basqiall. received by John
Morris, also as a groun renresen renresentative:
tative: renresentative: varsity track, Abel T egos egossie.
sie. egossie. track cantain; varsity ket ketball,
ball, ketball, Lem Kirkland, varsi'y ,apt ,aptain:
ain: ,aptain: varsity swimming, Tim Days
and Pat Rogers. co-captains: chess
awards presented by David Browne
to Lloyd Brown: game ticket sel sellers,
lers, sellers, Janice Heilman.
Drama awards, Sheila Snyder
laid David Eisenman; photography
avvard, Joe Bond; Business a awards,
wards, awards, for the business end of the
schOol publications, The Parakeet
ond the Zonian, David Browne,
Shirley Tillman. and Alex Perez;
Parakeet awards, Kathy Cox, Oli Olivia
via Olivia Winstead, Marilyn Ward, Ruth
Schmelzer 'and Judy Rettinger;
Zonian awards, Judy Beeby, Syl Sylvia
via Sylvia crux. Sandra Morency, Tomas
Ho, David Browne, Ada Tapia,
Peggy Morgan.
Time magazine award, Bruce
Sand; Library Assistant awards,
ludy Beeby; biology laboratory
assistants, Charles Nickerson, re representing
presenting representing this group; chemistry
laboratory assistants, Pedro Jana Janawits,
wits, Janawits, representing the group; and
Physics laboratory assistants, Alex
Perez. representing his group..
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CZ Civil Defense
Exercise Features
Heavy Casualties

Reaction to a nuclear explosion in the Canal Zone
which would spread destruction for miles around and
cause thousands of casualties will be tested next Tuesday
in the annual Civil Defense preparedness exercise.
The first warning of the attack will come from Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Command who will, an hour preceding the hypothe hypothetical
tical hypothetical launching of the nuclear weapon by the enemy, is issue
sue issue a tactical warning to the main civil defense centers
that an attack is imminent.
The command's joint operations center at Quarry
Heights will also develop and disseminate information to
civil defense headquarters on the time of attack, location
of ground zero, the target area, yield of weapon and type
of burst, after the attack has occurred.
The time and place of the simulated explosion wili
not be announced in advance this year, since it is plan planned
ned planned to add more realism to the exercise than in previous
years.
It has been announced, however, that the force of the
missile will be 500 kilotons, or 25 times as powerful as the
atomic explosion over Hiroskima.

For the purpose of the Jest, It
win be.tassuMed ,that theNattack
2one will come' an
heat etteel Opal Is received
that a generaGattack has been
made in theliGnited States, and
that the devfee will be a submarine-launched
guided missile with
an air burst 4000 feet above ground
level.
Final plans for this year's exer exercise
cise exercise were outlined in a series of
meetings held this week.
Coribbeen'Oommand officials
einrnhasized that Operation Alert
1959 was not e,wer game or a
ilitery operation. The mein ob obiective
iective obiective of millary participation,
they ssid, was to exercise the
;nternal staff ac,ions that ars
involved in execution of civil de defehss
fehss defehss suonort Risns.
They pointed out that although
no disaster scenes will he created.
r-Alism would he maintained by
tifiimg the information gathering
and riisseminating facilities of the
eommand in the same manner as
in A real disaster.
Tios alert signal is a steady
thr minoie blast on the sirens
Itifl the take cov-r signal is a wail wailing.
ing. wailing. im-And-rlown sound of the sir sirenS.
enS. sirenS. The exercise will hp starter!
this yei,r hv !he fake cover signal.
althoogh the signals can be user!
in either order.
After the ,,widino of the aler
sionel 11Y Tuesday, traffic
movement will return to normal
and all employes except those

Hope Dims For Independent Drivers
Denied Access To Gamboa, Paraiso

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Hope dimmed today for about
15 independent Panamanian bus
drivers who are protesting a new
Canal Zone ruling barring them
access to two commu,mties in
which they had formerly operat operated
ed operated along with the Gill Transpor Transportation
tation Transportation Company, which operates
under the Canal Zone bus system
franchise.
A three-man committee for the
independent drivers met today
with Canal Zone Gov. William E.
Potter, who told them the ruling
was made in the best interests of
efficient Canal Zone public trans
American Colony
Should Register
At US Embassy
'Phe American Embassy invites
all United States citizens resident
in Panama to register. Citizens
who have previously registered
are reminded that after two
years their registration is no long longer
er longer considered current and appli application
cation application for re-registration should
be made.
Registration is to the advantage
of each American citizen in that
it enabins the Embassy to include
'Ain in its plans for assist assisting
ing assisting Americans living or traveling
abroad. All are urged to cooperue.

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with definito Civil Defense
lies wilt potweli rettulalk,
irk.
-An extensive test ls to 'be
made of the disaster relief forces
in the exercise and these teams
will assemble and move out to de designated
signated designated areas or duties following
the alert signal. Teams on both
sides of the Isthmus and in Gam Gamboa
boa Gamboa will be assembled.
As in previous years, the com
mand's Caribbean Forces Radio
and Television Network wilt
serve as the prime source of
civil defense information for both
the civilian and military cern.
munities.

An important aspect of thts
year's Civil Defense exercise win
be a full-scale test of kthe commu communications
nications communications system which has itt
nerve center in the recently com completed
pleted completed main control center in tint
basement of the Administration
Building at ralboa Heights.
While a full-seals exorcise is
planned this year throughout the
Canal Zone, no plans for exten extensive
sive extensive pa rtic ipa tion hove been
made in Panama City nd
Ion.
Panama's Civil Defense Commis Commission
sion Commission is. however. coonerating
iv in the exercise and will assign
observers to the exercise both in
Ihe field maneuvers and in the
Corttrol Centers.
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portation and could not be rt,
versed.
All of the independent drivers
have operated on a circuit be.
tween Shaler Road-Paraiso-Gam
boa and until last Saturday wet
free to enter the communities to
pick up and discharge passengerth
Although the independents
may still use the highway, IC.
Cfli to the communittios thorn. t
solves is barred to any but this I
Gill buses. The drivers have pro I
tested that to all intents and
purposes the handicap elimitu 1
ates discriminates against them ;
deniet them their moans of liv 1
.
lihood.
Most of the drivers have oper
ated along the route for periods
ranging from 10 to 32 years.
Balboa Heights officials said
that the new ruling followed re
cent negotiations between the Gill
firm and its more than 100 drivers
which resulted in higher wag
scales and improved working cowl
ditions for the men.
Routes, fares, schedules and
load requirements of the GM
vehicles are-set by the Cana
Zone's transportation committee.
Earlier this week the driven
had protested to the U.S. Embo,
sy, from where officials arranged
ioday's meeting with Potter. v
The indtpendent drivers wert

represented by Gorman Cecil
low, Horacio Marouines and ,Vi
tor Delgado. president of the P
nama Chimaeras Ihgedi,

The indtpendent drivers well 4
represented by Gorman Crich
low, Horacio Marouines and ,Vi
tor Deleado, president of the P
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MORE ABOUT MINDI
e ..,'
. Dir..)4
was on the Panama-Colon bus line, only I was going from Co Colon;to
lon;to Colon;to Panams. At ICh Street, Sadeye Sam s pa) Red got on. He
, wali on his way to Rio Abajo to check the dairy. The commissary
a, wants to deliver milk every two days. So Red wants to see if they
, can milk the same way. If so. he can make the Personnel Bureau
lir boys happy with a new training program.
- He told me about the new cow barn at the farm. The cows all
to, ruts througb a bunch of upside down showers to wash off the work work':
': work': ing"parts. Good training. Some of them walk through on their hind
' k legs'. they lik; it so well.
a
it, Red kaid it was getting harder for him to catch the train at
'c Mindi. but he always got off there going back. I looked at the train
4 ; schedule. The Pant Roar Run doesn't stop at Mindi either way.
I asked him about the grass baling operation at Coco Solo. He
: r said that was for the new bulls to lie down on in the barn. For the
- servicas they give. Barton should buy them foam rubber mattresses.
I asked Rod about the increased smell at the farm. He said there
isn't anv smell. The engineers took care of that with the S29.000
, It is all amatter of the wind. Of course the air is so thick that
you earil see the dairy as you drive by.
?1 Red also told me about the "mud slinger." That's the dredge.
t.b: With all the other boats shut down. it has so many men in the crew
thgt it looks like I chiva goins to a funeral at Monkey Pill. Red ivas
Iff 4 tifty.e 1" fha metrri

looking To" A lost cow near Margarita at three o'clock in the morn.
I Ing. He saw the "mue slinger." underway. nulled bY a nanga with
an outside motor. He thought it was strange. but ths. Gamboa cantain
said thAt had to move it at hivh tide and at night so the "cunnPl"
t). wouldn't fine out that the mud slinger was going aground On the
'; tarn. channel they had -hist finished dredging
' ; "'Red sail if theY cAn't move mud. how can they move the stuff
', that movss the smell that isn't thPre?
1
Red Ilinfogi darkly he wasn't lining tn ben Any of he bnvg frnm
"Wiedom ROI" Anv more The dolts from Do lAn's Alley froze his
Ur, caw, rho 95 e011,0 he iorks twicm A es,' have bePn rom rompleininst,of
pleininst,of rompleininst,of h;s cold hnoes. IlownvPr T "r1V Agewood has been giving
out froz.n dalquiries instead of hot toddies.
P. S. Pete.

11 THEAER GUILD CAST
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,1 Prhe nublicity given to the Theater Gni l's recent effort could
- v $,,,
!. not,,begin to laud the cast and director 'sufficiently for their en en,
, en, tire performances. Throughout rehearsals And during the run
of the Ahow the punctuality, courtesry, congeniality and consider consider"
" consider" ation they showed not only to each other but also to all hands
. P
,, backstage was so outstanding as to be amazing.
41 It is not often that an entire casts actions on stage and
" off stage are really tons. but believe me such was the case with
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.6 the east of "Hole in the Head." ,.
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4, They are the ladies and entlem' I the sitaltg.' of whOm
one reads, but seldom meets. g !Ili 9,, ,4 L.1-
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PEACE AT NOMBRE DE DIOS
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Sir:
I read with interest the views of Mr. X (Mail Box, May 16) on
,) the National Guard, and why this organization did not challenge
'; the.invaders at Nombre de Dios.
II tt wu nice to hear from Mr. X aftW I say Nis becausA I
ro, knairliim weir 47, -It.
It tHe Is the first one at the scene oratcident, tti see if sliy-'
, i
ii0 Orle"WIS badly injured.
At
r's0 He is the ghoul who snaps up the newspaper with the story
,Y Of the big plane crash in which 64 were killed.
t-1 ,I-Ie.is the brave soul who sits in front of his Tv set watch watch.
. watch. ,,,i Ing:the fights and shouting "Kill him, kill him!" yes, he loves a
''i good fight. Or rather, to watch a good fight.
:'.'f; Ms intelligence has not taken a forward step since caveman
4( days. , -, 'e,t,;,',..,:'
r From the tone of his letter, I presuMelie 1140340,:ligte Caiial
o'' Zone. It this is true, he most likely gOes t6 iVork' in iliii forni. It
F.,,
I a good thing there are still people around who think as he
i',i'! does, otherwise the world's economy would be plunged into chaos.
geb After all war, and the possibility of war, amount to big business.
0.'t I'm truly sorry for Mr. X that the National Guard din not
0,'
Is( attack the Cubans. Then he could have read about the invaders
0.0 who were being killed, and the National Guardsmen who were
1 ; being slaughtered. Best of all, the injured. souls ylurhappen to
I live in Nombre de Dios might also have been itiOred 'for slain.
1
' How Mr. X would have enjoyed reading abdut that,'
011'
CO It's a good thing that the men who represent the United
411' States in world affairs do not have his attitude. If they did, what
of'
lit' would be their reaction when the Russians shoot down a US air air.,
., air., 44:i emit, This has happened.
' --There would be no doubt as to the upshot if it were for Mr.
1$ gig
.111 to decide. We would be plunged into World War III. When the
3; Tata-Dr. Albert Einstein was asked what he thought would be the
11 weapons of World.War III he replied: "I do notknow what weep.
" ons will bf used in the next war, but the one after that will be
'
s' fought with clubs and stones." Mr. X should be able to understand
oi that.
oil
oil It is not a national disgrace to choose peaceful means of set set(s,
(s, set(s, tling an international incident. If the choice is between pride
'' and the avoidance of open war, the hell with national price.
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HOW TO HIT THE LOTTERY
' (Part Two of Four)
, On the night of Saint Valentine's Day history was recorded
on the bowling alleys of Skunk Hollow. It was regal, royal, majes'1d-tte
-history because the one and only highly-touted number on
queen of the Zone with two young chaperones bowled with
the wild fury and earthshaking blast of a roaring tropical storm.
I don't know whether the queen was all shook up at the sight
of this vulture watching her with a drooling, bloodthirsty grin,
or whether she was mad about something else. but she sure did
take it out on the alley that night.
The queen was on a rampaging spree that ripped, split and
tore everything to pieces. Yes. she hammered and banged everv evervthing,
thing, evervthing, but, she missed the most important spot the place where
the pins were standing.
Even the pinboy went into hiding, but he finally took his
place behind the Dins after the manager dressed him with a suit
of armor for protection.
The queen was not only fired up an boiling with rage, but
also fuming and puffing up with blue bubble gum, red cheeks,
a white tongue, and purple spit. She turned dark green when the
: pinboy stuck out his tongue and made the face of a laughing
hyena Just because Phe wasn't able to aim properly and hit a
!' few pins. But she showed little "Laughing Boy" that her gas tank
, had more steam heat in it than rusty water. She bounced the
ball down the alley in such a way that it hit the floor every three
feet. On the last bounce, the ball hit the floor in front of all
the pins, then it sailed over the top of all the pins and if you
happen to see a pinbov with one eye Closed and swollen he's
the one Who has no reason to 'aught anlrmore anlrmoreThe
The anlrmoreThe alley was so badly damaged by the queen. that it took
three days to repair it. But it still shows signs of the wear and
; tear of that night. If you were to inspect alley number eight, you
;, would notice about six places where there are dents in the floor
at the foul line. But the manager doesn't seem to mind, because
' he feels, it was an honorable distinction to have had a Queen
in red stockings leave her marks on the floor where they can
- always be seen, instead of her marks on the score sheet which
;, contained goose eggs, and would be relegated to file No. 13
the trash bas;st.
The last part of this rolling'Aopped-up ePcapade of a
streamlined sulper chief of the sirens In action will come to a
,1 pedal climax tomorrow. Alter all, it is only natural to Say some something
thing something about the queen being "crowned," and she will be crown crown1
1 crown1 ed 1111113t before the tale is ended. She deserves all that the coyo coyo,
, coyo, tea and wolves May howl about and each bit of praise phe gets
; la a compliment of merit pertaining to the general appeal of
male eyes.
Her presence would draw any gopher Out of the ground to
witnesa a rare coronation ceremony especially when it hap hap,
, hap, pen' only once in a blue moon, and is perpetrated by a non-praiser
of ordinary good looks, doling out plaudits only to the ones hay hay,'
,' hay,' g in It to the last dimension of natural rePources.
F. J. K.

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Ruarkous
Comments

By ROBIRT C. RUARK
I have just had some commu communications
nications communications horn Cuba Dy a real
anu savy cuoan hanuabout 4t;
years at age and savvyand it
seems to me about time that
someoody Digger than Castro has
slapped Gown this noisy boy with
the neard. Certainly, he needs no
more digndying in the manner
that we nave dignified him.
The Communists have already
moved in on him heavily, my
man says, and Lyle Wilson of U United
nited United Press International had a
documented piece a bit back
which named the Reds who Cas Castro
tro Castro brought to America with him
on that ridiculous thing about us
giving Latin America three bil billion
lion billion bucks a year. Plus a fandan fandango
go fandango for Fidel.
My man in Havana also (and
he would know) says that the pub publicized
licized publicized murders of Castro's war
criminals don't comprise tenth
of the backstreet assassinations
and just plain cold extermina exterminations
tions exterminations that never see the light of
newsprint or TV. Just sort of:
"You Juan Gonzales?'
"Si. Como no?'
"Adios."
Boom. Accidente del trance).
It seems to me that we are
big brotlyer enough to toll this
cigar-smoking gentleman with
the low-comedy whiskers to mind
his manners or we will .spank
him considerably, economically, or,
if necessary, hire a few hundred
thugs and knock over the island
again. It is a nice island, too, but
it always seemed to be afflicted
widi gun-happy idiots.
It is too much to expect any anything
thing anything in the way of honest, de decent
cent decent government from any Latin
American politician, because these
boys live in the smoke-filled back backrooms
rooms backrooms of the mind.
Perhaps Castro has not person personally
ally personally started to milk-line his pock pockets,
ets, pockets, but you can bet the line
forms to the right, dear, while
his Mac-the-Knife henchmen get
the rackets tamed down to hand handfeeding.
feeding. handfeeding. My memory only goes back
to president Gerardo Machado,
who once built 4 fine airport' at
Banco Boyeros just so he could
have a plane handy to light out
with the loot when the crucial mo moment
ment moment came.
The moment of truth arrived,
and Machado took off with his
suitcases loaded. That he had
motor trouble and had to spend
some uncOrnbottable time in a
Florida mangrove swa'mp 'didn't
loosen his grip on his grips.
Since that time I have known
of no honest Cuban regime, start starting
ing starting with the bootblacks and
working up to the boss.
They pulled one delightful swin swindle
dle swindle once, as I recall, and decided
to print a- whole new set of ex extra
tra extra pesos, Valued' t tho
rate, running into qttillfienC kn,
millions, because they I qually
did need the currency to meet
the demands of new postwar
prosperity.
But at the same time, the rul ruling
ing ruling power delayed the plates and
printed amither new issue of
completely legal cnrrency but
for their own personal use. It
came into Miami by, the bile
and the customs said:
"What's that?'
"Money. Legal money.'
And there isn't any law against
bringing legal money to Ameri America.
ca. America. Real estate in Miami really
boomed that year. I think that
was the year of Aleman. Not the
,Mnxican Aleman. T'other one.
The Latin American is a
strange and wonderful character,
but he is also kind of like the
Irish. All the brave buckos love
to plot, to scheme, and it is ask asking
ing asking too much to trust a profes professional
sional professional politician or any other ca caballero
ballero caballero with an opportunity to
steal not to shove his claws into
the ja m pot.
In Cuban slang, an honest man
is called a "hobo," a dumb jerk.
His opposite number, who like4
the juice, is called a "vivo,' a
live one.
I have met very few "hobos"
in Cuba. Or in Mexico. Or in Ve Venezuela,
nezuela, Venezuela, Brazil, Peru, Chile or
you name it.
The compulsion to steal is 4
ingrained in the Latino as deel deelly
ly deelly as his love for sun and shade
or hi5 --'-v moving mu music
sic music without lesson".
The bribe is much os nart
of living as Wine or oetfigurin oetfigurinthe
the oetfigurinthe loteria, Actually. hr,1,-,ev
corruplon are tonsidered rec recoeni,ed
oeni,ed recoeni,ed rivm of nfrice, not a lin,
or even a frivolity.
My man in Havana tells
that there is a very steady fe'
low standing, by, waiting for Cas

"I've Got HimHaven't

Walter Winchell In New York

0
BORADWAYHOLLYWOOD JET tion of Christopher Isherwood's

Ethel Merman's new musical,
"Gypsy,' arrives at the Broad Broadway
way Broadway Theater. It comes to town
with hit notices from Phi Ily. Tick Ticket
et Ticket brokers who inspected the
new entry are already Counting
their profits. If it plays to capa capacity
city capacity here it can gross $82,000
weekly. .B. Baruch, 88, arrived
at the Met Opera House the night
July Garland premiered. He ask asked
ed asked a first-nighter: "Has she sung
'Over The Rainbow' yet?' He
then Inquired: 'What time will
,she sing it?' Not ge I ig a ,po ,positive
sitive ,positive reply,' be said he d be back
another evening, to hear her sing
just that song. Song and Dance
Man Fred Astaire's offer to re return
turn return the Emmy doesn't prove
he's not an Actor. Just proves
he's not a Ham. Don't invite
Bennett Cerf and The New York Yorker's
er's Yorker's John Gardner to the same
precipice,,. AfarIene ..Dietrich's'
,new actjatlhe ,VelfaS Sahara)
is her best', they' telegraph.' The
The big feature is the atar's high highkicking
kicking highkicking and fancy footwork (a
la the Rockettes) with the chor chorus
us chorus girls. .The unhappy head headlines
lines headlines about comic Jonathan Win Winters
ters Winters from San Francisco wer0
practically tipped off by writer
Peter Mass in the 'current Es Esquire,
quire, Esquire,
Strange midtown sight: The
girl riding a horse from a stable
in the 60s on the West Side. She
She is taking it to the show in
which it gets howls. "La Plume
de Ma Tante'. .V. Nabokov, au author
thor author of "Lolita," is salting his
next book, "Invitation To a Wed Wedding".
ding". Wedding". .If Shirley MacLaine in inherits
herits inherits the star role of "Red "Redhead'
head' "Redhead' when it is f me d, the
atAge star of it (Gwen Verdon)
will receive $50,000. No matter
who nlavs it in H'woori. Short
Cut to the Poorhouse Dept: The
male star of a B'way hit spends
his non-matinee days at the $50
windows of the racetracks.
Nat (King) Cote's new album,
"To Whom It Mav Concern,' is
s whomdinger .Recommentied:
rnylnio Frencis' version of "How
He Look" which Ahner
Silver melotlied. .Eddie Fisher
calls his wife Elizaheth and she
calls him Edwin. (Such Fencyl)
-
If Marilyn Miller Does a Broad Broadway
way Broadway nisi, in hos FAIL P5 rumor rumored,
ed, rumored, It will likely be the adapta

tro to depopularize himself, and
then the real pros will be back in inbusiness,
business, inbusiness, and all the old moon.
ght requisition business win
back in order again.
It could be sooner than you
hink. These boys love guns.
Boom. Otro accidente del trafi trafiAqother
Aqother trafiAqother monument in the Plaza.

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1939 novel, -Uoutioye '1'0 Dunn.'
It will include music. Tne lyrics
tly W. h. Auuen, rrof. ot Poetry
at Oxford. he is a mend of tne
star and her husband Odd
Casang: Tne forthcoming musical
Version of -All, Wilderness" pro producers
ducers producers have been considering
shed unlikely types as Arlene
Dahl, Dorotny Collins and (until
she was hospitalized) Polly Ber Bergen
gen Bergen to play the part of the 40'ish
spinster aunt. .Those close to
Ingrid Bergman and husuand
Lars Schmidt predict their mar-,
riage will last. Because,N they,
ado, Sehmidt- will never 'be a,
"Mr. Bergman" but Ingrid will
be a Mrs. Schmidt. Sound-Alikes:
Amertca's No. I son g,
"The Happy Organ" and "Short "Shortnin'
nin' "Shortnin' Bread."

Fernando, Lamas, according to
h Hollywood newapaper, opened
at the Huntington Hartford :Ana :Anater
ter :Anater in "Once More With Feel Feeling."
ing." Feeling." The report said he is stu studying
dying studying acting via Sandy Meisner's
ciassthrough the mails. Tu Tutor
tor Tutor Meisner is the man who tells
his scudents to be a head of let lettuce,
tuce, lettuce, a tree, a cold cup of coffee
etc. .How do you do that on
paper?, .clandette Colbert, the,
stag, blew her beautiful toll, the
other day. An adman approach approached
ed approached her to do the commercials V
presentation of her 25 year old
movie hit, "It Happened 0 n e
Night." Claunette cited what is
already a sore spot with many
stars, who never get a penny for
any, of their pre-1948 flickers on
television. if you want
to make Elvis Presley ha pp y
when he stays at your hous,l, serve
him pork chops for brealdast,
Itinch, dinner and late snack.

Errol Flynn's autobiog is al almost
most almost finished. Calls it: "W I d,
Wild Oat." Got the line from a
poem he can't remember, His
previous book, "Beam Ends,''
was dedicated to ex-wife, star -Lily
Damita. .Unsung Heroes:
Jack Fitzgerald, turf ed of Dai Daily
ly Daily Sports Bulletin. He called the
Derby 1-2-3. Somebody goo,:t
in a current motor car ad show showing
ing showing a car passing a truck over a
solid white line in the road.
That's illegal in all 50 States!.
.Jirtimy Hoffa. labor iinion tY
coon. bumped Brigitte Bardot off
Life's current cover.
way's top sign man D ougl as
Leigh has another dazzler com coming
ing coming on the night of June 11. The
dark N. Y. Skyline will come to
life when every skyscraper lights
every window as a salute to- Man Manhattan's
hattan's Manhattan's 350th Ann'y Hudson Cel Celebration.
ebration. Celebration. The Marlon Brando produced
and dirPeted movie "One EYed

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Jacks" includts Snub Pollard. He
was Ont of the Hollywood comic
greats in tha silent daYs. Snub
is an extra m this picture, but
Karl Ma !del. and Mr. Brand
treat him iike a star. -Bob Ev Event!.
ent!. Event!. has been called lucky be because
cause because he was discovered twice.
Once by Norma Shearer and a again
gain again by Darryl Zenuck. But he
has had to take a test for ev every
ery every part he won. His latest vic victory:
tory: victory: Winnin4 a big role in 20th's
"The Brst of Everything". .In
short, Evans proves that Luck is
the marriage of Opportunity and
Talent. .Betty Comden and A Adolph
dolph Adolph Green'i, "The Party" at
the Gollen received 7 rave re reviews
views reviews from the drama critics,
but WIVES you go see it they will
close. .Sioan Simpson, the for former
mer former Mrs. Mayor of New York Ci City,
ty, City, has no chairs in her apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Guests squat on the floor.

'16AILY
MEDITATION

(Prosontod by tho Dopartmont
of Christian Education of the E Episcopol
piscopol Episcopol Church in tho Mission Missionary
ary Missionary Diocese of the Panama Can
al Zone.)
I Cor. 12:27
SERVING THE KINGI
"Now yo aro the body of Christ
ancl members in particular.'
This odd world i'ember" comes
-tualvnb, 'poow ultuuaD v mu;
ber' which comes, in its turn,
from a Latin phrase for "four
seasons,' the seasons when from
ancient times the church has turn turned
ed turned its attention tothe ministry.
So "ember" has nothing to dci
with "embers" or live coals.
But remember Isaiah, seeing the
vision cif God, whose unclean lips
wEre touched by a live coal from
the altar, and who then could saY.
"Here am 1;, send me." ne
nister is a man touched 'by fire,
cleansed by a heavenly vision.
"Ember' may be lust the word
we need, working Its way from
Latin to German to English and
into a new meaning. God can be
thought of in terms of fire, as the
burning bush proved to Moses. The
mibister can be thought of as a
man who preserves the divine
flame for us, to warm, to purify,
and to bring us light.
"0 Almighty God, who hest
committed to the hands of men
the ministry of reconciliation; we
humbly beseech' thee, by the ins inspiration
piration inspiration of thy Holy Spirit, to put
it into the hearts of many to offer
themselves for this ministry; that
thereby mankind may be drawn
to thy blessed kingdom; through
Jesus Christ our Lord.' Amen.

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1 WASHINGTOrt 4 'Wien 1 French
comedian Maurice' Chevalier tiu,
ed the hand el- Mimi, Eiteniloot Eitenilooter
er Eitenilooter and murmured "merci.. beau beaucoup"
coup" beaucoup" the ether Vali. 1V,,, WA.
more thafi just4- gallant gesture.
' For Chevalier,ewes: his, life :.ta
Mrs, Eisenhower'S -husband.. ...1.:..
It's one pf the. little known. lato latories
ries latories of the'ver; but Chevalier SI,
most faced. a French firing 544d
14 years age in',Paris.. '
When the American.' forcet led
by the Freneh .; Second' -Armtited
Division under General le''. Cltle
first entered4aris in .194S, :the
Free, French-Went, .erazy.with,,ei..
citemenL, .They;'.etiunted on iari;
ous allegekNa4 reollaboratork, Ja Jamong
mong Jamong litem Maurice Chevalier.
The reason: he had entertain entertained
ed entertained in Germany during ,the occu
pation.. Chevolier WAS tried lit
the Maquisrrench underground
and sentenced to be executed
within two days.
,
Just then, .iDayid Bose. pt 041'4-
mount Picturec' arrilied-Att Eti Etirope
rope Etirope 'on an Army plane. Learn Learning
ing Learning of Chevalierts plight, Rose
got hold of CoL, Joek Lawrence,
former public relatios ePert for
Hollywood studios then serving
on Eisenhower's staff. Lawrence
started an investigation, found
Chevalier hod staged performanc performances
es performances in Germany during the war,
on tht promise. that for each ap appearance
pearance appearance before French prisoners,
a certain number of these pits pitsloners
loners pitsloners would be released as his
compensation.
Meanwhile, time was running
out. In annother few hours cne
yeller would be executed. Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence got the ear of Capt. Harry
Butcher, close friend of Eisen.
hewer, and Ike ordered a Ma Mattress
ttress Mattress inquiry. He stipulated that
Chevalier was to be kept ative
until the inquiry was over.
The inquiry proved Chevalier
was right.
So, when the famous French
comedian Idssetr Mrs. Eisenhow Eisenhower's
er's Eisenhower's hand the bther iit;' he Was
speaking from. the-heart when, he'
said, "ThsittiVyn I veil Mtiell."
OLD BAG OF BONES
Sen. Everett Dirksen of Illinois
is having a hard time living
down that faux zas about (Aare
Boothe Luce and -the "old bag of
bones." .
The other day Ralph.:.Coriliner,
chairman of the. giant General' E Electric
lectric Electric Cotripany, Waff testifying
against Senator O' M a hon ey s
"price snotification" bill whic It
would require big torporations
to give advance notice on impor important
tant important price hikes.
"John," said Senator Dirksen,
addressing himself. to Sen. John
Carroll of Colortirkv"sectkIn .1 is
the customary constitutional
stump speech. It is like ttie Pre.
amble of ..the Constitution."
. "The Senator calls the Pream Preamble
ble Preamble a stump speech?" exclaim exclaimed
ed exclaimed Senator O'Mahoney, "the
Preamble to the Constitution of

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the United, States a sin it p
speech I
,11'hat's the trouble b we
colltarY todaY, t, when industrial
leaders- like the present Millen Millenes,".'continued
es,".'continued Millenes,".'continued O'Mahoney, refer referrinit
rinit referrinit 'to the,G.E. tycoon, "an re
presentative' ha the Senate and
the House refer to the Preamo4
cal the' ,Constitution of the United
States- as a meaningless ,stump
apeoch,", '
"Pon't put words In. ." Inter Interrupted
rupted Interrupted Senator Dirksen.
-,'Don't beat that old bag4 of
boneel," -interrupted Senator O
MabontY..;

- .CLEANING OLD GLORY
The National Institute of Dr
Cleaning has fdtind that few A Americans
mericans Americans want to clean the Stars
and Stripes.
With Flag Day approaching on
June 14, most of the 35,000 dry
clearners in the nation ha v e
come up with their annual offer
to clean Old Glory for anyone be
tween June 1 and' ;June 12 -- if
their customers promise to fly it
on Flag Day.
But there aren'rmany takerl.
Maybe it's becaui 'it has gotten
to be "corny" to fly the flag, or
maybe folks are waiting for the
approval of the 50-star design be before
fore before unfurling the nevi "Old Glo Glo17."
17." Glo17." Nobody seems to have the an answer.
swer. answer. But with Memorial Day
coining up on May 30, Flag Day
on June 14, and Independence
Day on Ady 4, now might be a
good time to take advantage of
the dry cleaners' generous oaer
of supplying "new glory for Old
Glory."
, Note-'--The flag that-needs clean cleaning
ing cleaning knost is that which flies over
the government's heating establilli
emtn on 29th and K Streets in tha
nation's capital. It gets 24-houra-day
smoke from the heating
plant.
UNDER THE DOME

The- Governor of, Alabama who
banned the United Press front
his office is the same Governor
whose House of Representatives
recently extended the privileges
of its floor to the Grand Dragon
of the Ku Klux Klan, Robcrt
Shelton, of Tuscaloosa, Ala. Gov
John Patterson was irked at .f!'s
UPI for reporting the Charlie
Merriwether, his finance direc4r,
was going to be ousted. .Col.
Robert L. Schulz, military aide
to Ike, who is past f.2, has just
become a father for the third
time. .The march of lame ducks
continues: The Senate has just
confirmed two former members of
Congress defeated in the political
arenaSen. Prank Barrett of Wy
oming, Republican, to begesier
al tounsel for,Ezza Taft ;Benson,
and Joe Talbott, the ea-Congrces
man from Connecticut who'sget
ting another term 'on the U.S. Tit.
riff Commission though he's a
high protectionist and Ike has
come out for reciprocal trade.

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to scheme, and it is ask- So "ember" has nothing to do
who oliZva cit In' 1Pwoort .Short Errol Flynn's autobiog is al- with "embers" or live coals.
much to trust a profes-
Cut to the Poorhouse Dept: The most finished. Calls it "W i I d, But remember Isaiah, seem' g the
politician or any other ca male star of a It'way hit spends Wild Oat." Go:, the lin; from a vision of God, whose unclean Bps
with an opportunity to his non-matinee days at the $50 poeni he can't remember, His wc,re touched by a live coal from
t ; 1 , ;
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Dt to shove his claws into windows of the racetracks. . previous book, "Beam Ends," the altar, and who then could 10,
loot.
Nat (King) Col.'s new album, was dedicated to ex-wife, star ,Li "Here am l send me." The Lai
Concern.! is ly Damita. .Unsung Heroes: nister is a, man touched 'by fire,
iban slang, an honest man ,,,, wh it may ,,
d a "hobo," a dumb jerk. 9 9r9
ti whomdinger. .Recommended: Jack Fitzgerald, turf ed of Dai cleansed by a heavenly vision. i 0 4, ,t,
mposite number, who like4
I I
rrolni Frnrie verlion of "How ly Sports Bulletin. He called the "Ember' may be lust the word
et, is called a "vivo,' I' I; ,4-
a nici He Look" whiei Ahner Derby 1-2-3. . Somebody goo,t we need, working its way from
e. Silver mehyliee yedie Fishr in a current motor car ad show Latin to German to English and li AIL
1
ve met very few "hobos" tia hil wiro tlizahetb and she ing a car passing a truck over a into a new meaning. God can be :,
k. Or in Mexico. Or in Ve- -a ,.
lls him Edwin. (Such Fencyt) solid white line in the road. thought of in terms of fire, as the .11
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That's illegal in all 50 States!. i burning bush proved to Moses. The
me it. If Marilyn 3:4117 Tines a 1R,road- .Jimmy Hoffa labor iinion ty minister can be thought of as a .
compulsion to steal is ', hos Fall. PS r mem- COon. bumped Brigitte Bardot off man who preserves the divine ,,,
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ricm of nfrice, not a sin, It could be SOOner than you hattan's 350th Ann'y Hudson Cel- it into the hearts of many to offer
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Tian in Havana fella m,- Boom. Otro accidente del trafi- thereby mankind may be drawn 1
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WASHINGTON --r- When Freniti the Unitect -States a $ t u it p
vmedian Maurice' Chevalier tau- speech! 9
id the hancl el Mimi Damao ,tThat'it, the trouble b wk.
ir and murmured "merci. beau- eoUntry 1,-, today, t when Industrial
!me" tbe.. Other -2.1lay'r IV, Wall leaders; like the present witness witnessDore
Dore witnessDore than Psi .s''' gallant gesture. te,".'continued O'Mahoney, refer referFor
For referFor ChevalierAmes, his, life:Ick ring 'to the-.G.E. tycoon, 'an re redrs,
drs, redrs, Eisenhower's -husband. 5.-:., presentative' ha the Senate and
It's one of the. little known. Mo. the House alder to the Preamoal
in of the'war; but Chevalier al- el the' ,Constitution of the United
nost faced a French firing squad States-as a meaningless ,stump
.4 years ago m Pans.. Mead," '
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When thei American forces led "Haul put words In. '. ." Inter Inter)),
)), Inter)), the French., Second -Armoted tupted Senator Dirksen
Mvision under General Le C1'.-re .4"DOn't beat that old bag4 of
irst entered-1041e In 1345, :the boneol,' -interrupted Senator 0-
Tree, French---tvent eraa with, ei- Mahoney. I
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eis alleged; Nat; collaboratoriia- -.CLEANING OLD GLORY 4, r'
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nong them Maurice Chevalier.
The reason: he had entertain- The National Institute of Dr 1
id in Germany during the occu Cleaning has fdiind that few A Aiation.
iation. Aiation. Chevolier. was tried
he Maquis--Prench underground and Stripes.
by mericans want to clean the Stars
-and sentenced to be executed With Flag Day approaching on
within two days. June 14, most of the 35,000 dry
. clearners in the nation h a v e
, s
Just then, ,B.syiti Rose. Pt 0111'4-
nount PictureiC arriVed..-, lit Eu- to clean Old Glory for anyone be
eome up with their annua1 offer 4
Tem on an Army plane. Learn- tween June 1 and' 'lune 12 -- if
their customers promise to fly it
ng of Chevallees plight, R o s e
tot hold, of CoL, 'Tod Lawrence, on Flag Day.
tomer public releticele eXPert for Bid there aren'Cmany takers. 9
iollywood studios then serving Maybe it's becaui 'it has gotten
m Eisenhower's staff. Lawrence to be "corny" to fly the flag, or
itarted an investigation, found maybe folks are waiting for the
approval of the 50-star design be- I
:hevalier hod staged performanc-'I-war
fore unfurling the nevi "Old Glo-
il in Germany during the
m tht promise that for each ap- 17."
Nobody seems to have the an- 1
swer. But with Memorial Day
kae aerearnt ac et n b nefuomrebtFrr eonrc hthpersies onpeirt ss ,.
coonra Jinugneupir Manady Flag Day
tdependenee
mers would be released as his
ximpensation.
Meanwhile, time was running Du on July 4, now might be a j
mt. In annother few hours Cne good time to take advantage of 4
the dry cleaners' generous oaer
yeller would be executed. Law Lawence
ence Lawence got the ear of Capt. Harry of supplying "new glory for Old
Glor
Butcher, close friend of Eisen. Y
Note:--The flag that-needs clean cleanlower,
lower, cleanlower, and Ike ordered a full fulling
ing fulling knost is that which flies over
iress inquiry. He stipulated that
the government's heating establish
:leveller was to be kept alive
emtn on 29th and K Streets in the
until the inquiry was over. nation's capital. It gets 24-hourThe
inquiry proved Chevalier a-day smoke from the heating ip
was right. Want.
So, when the famous French
Domedian kissed' Mrs. Eisenhow- UN
DER THE DOME
.tr's hand the bther daY;'' he Was ...91
;peaking from. the-heart when, he The- Governor of, Alabama who
;aid, "Matt 'yen Ivery Mita." banned the United Press front
his office is the same Governor
OLD BAG OF BONES whose House of Representatives
recently extended the privileges
Sen. Everett Dirksen of Illinois of its floor to the Grand Dra, n
is having a hard time living of the Ku Klux Klan, R o b ebrt 4
clown that faux zas about Clare Shelton, of Tuscaloosa, Ala. Gov.
Boothe Luce and the "old bag of John P tt
a erson was irked at .f!'s
bones." UPI for reporting the Charlie t 1..
The other day Ralph-Cori:liner, Merriwether, his finance director,
chairman of the giant General E- was going to be ousted. . .Col.
lectric Company, Wa S. testifying Robert L. Schulz, military aide
against Senator Oldshoney's to Ike, who is past f2, has just 0
"price notification" bill w h i c h become a father for the t 11 i r d
would require big torporations time. .The march of lame ducks
to give advance notice on impor- continues: The Senate has 'u t
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tent price hikes. confirmed two former members of
"John," said Senator Dirksen, Congress defeated in the political
addressing himself. to Sen. John arene---Sen. Frank Barrett of WY
Carroll of Coloradoli,"seetkIn 1 is oming, Republican, to be.geiier. t.
the c u s t o m a r y constitutional al counsel for. Z711 Zatt AenSon,
stump speech. It is like ttie Pre, and Joe Talbott, The ex-Congreesamble
of the Constitution." man from Connecticut who'llet who'llet,
, who'llet, "The Senator calls the Pream- ting another term ,on the U.S. Ta Table
ble Table a stump speech?" exclaim- riff Commission though he's a
ed Senator O'Mahoney, "the high protectionist and Ike has
Preamble to the Constitution of come out for reciprocal trade.
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lines about
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thing, but, she
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place behind t
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a white tongth
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ball down the
feet. On the :
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happen to see
the one Who i
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three days to
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, fense ministry said yesterday the Matsus, bringing the three major 400 ; 4c14.1' .-. ,.
. Authorities who moved a husky
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- Chinese Communist bombardment islands in the complex within ar- N ...with exclusive i I.
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of the Matsu islands was ed tillery range for tbe first time. 4 :.,.,,:e:
, .t aim egro convict from a county jail
. to a stout-w..!led prison for h i s, Super AT-7, which ,,,,f, 40
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Peiping still intended to try and the group, had been shelled spor-thonrmonthewsrai.fthet sterday c n a r : e d 1
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drive the United States from' Lie adically by the smaller guns durV.V.a:,:,::::iaiii::;',;...::,,-si..:-.
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of body odor. In Mile
, ,- western Pacif..e. ing the past year. beautiful decorator eolorsi
Tne Red guns wore silent yester-
The Negro' Jesse Graves, 36,
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was arrested Monday for attack-
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and 112 shells on Peiklan- woman, Mrs. E. N. Starnes, 43, in
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her home. Rape' charges, which
tang, which lies 8 miles off Red 40 014 Alp
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China, he said. Another 170 shells
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Nationalist oss shore Islands.
id Nationalist artillery viL
itis received a medical report
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details. Graves, who escaped from al
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tick, on their pr.(
T. Cheeley, Char
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JACKSON, N
NAACP leader RI
parently was imam
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advocating overthr
sippi segregation 1
, Hinds County der
rants to arrest Wil
4 secretary of the
for the Advancem
People, and State
tary Medgar Ever!
observance of ,the
eary of the Supret
segregation decisiol
the main speaker.
The warrants we
affidavit filed in
peace court here
Councilleader Mit
They asked the
Ins and Evers und
ing it a violation
overthrow or viols
laws of the stat
violence, threats,
otherwise."
Several plainclo
converged on the t
attended by more
,,, sons to serve the
. rnediately after it
However, other I
city and state he
i, warrants and perm
uties to leave when
' photographers gath,
the arrests.
Gov. J. P. Coll
' was making a spi
and did not !mom
' Tants.- '''. 't
' One Source' said
were responsible fo
being withdrawn 1
Wilkins' arrest w
too much trouble 1
4 pi already has eno
ville" where FBI
4 vestigating the.lyni
Mack Cbartathrark
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to quit or cut dow
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scientific data sho
sive use of cigare
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cancer."
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hazard:
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of growing childret
when she worries
. poigioning her chi'
a cti vity, every time
a glad of milk :I
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Elaine Mahnken Ii(
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tle 'Rattle Group, 20th Infs:ntry, congratulates three members of C Company, stationedat Fort' Ou OuIlck,
Ilck, OuIlck, on their promotion to' the rank of private first class. With him, from left, are Ms. John
T. Cheeley, Charles D, Gerrald and Jasper D. Grainger, Jr.(U.S. Army Photo)

NAACP Leader
He Narrowly

JACKS N, Miss.. (UPI)
NAACP leader Roy Wilkins ars arsparently
parently arsparently was unaware he barely
escaped arrest here Sunday for
advocating overthrow of Missis Mississippi
sippi Mississippi segregation laws.
, Hinds County deputies had war warrants
rants warrants to arrest Wilkins, executive
secretary of the National Assn.
for the Advancement of Colored
People, and State Field Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Medgar Evers at a rally in
observance of ,the fifth anttiver anttivereary
eary anttivereary of the Supreme Court's de desegregation
segregation desegregation decision. Wilkins was
the main speaker.
The warrants were based on an
affidavit filed in a justice of
peace court here by Citizens'
Councilleader Elmo Graves.
They asked the arrest of Wilk-,
Ins and Evers under a law mak making
ing making it a violation W conspire to
overthrow or violate segregation
laws o the state by "force,
violence, threats, intimidation or
otherwise."
Several plainclothes deputies
converged on the Negro fathering
attended by more than 1,200 per persons
sons persons to serve the warrants im immediately
mediately immediately after it broke
However, other officials of the
city and state heard about the
warrants and persuaded the dep dep.
. dep. uties to leave when reporters and
photographers gathered to witness
the arrests.
Gov. J. P. Coleman said he
' was making a speech elsewhere
and did not know of the war war'
' war' Pants.- 4,.
' One Source' said Officials who
were responsible for the warrants
being withdrawn were afr aid
Wilkins' arrest would "stir up
too much trouble when Mississip Mississippi
pi Mississippi already has enough at POplar POplarvine"
vine" POplarvine" where FBI agents are in investigating
vestigating investigating the.lynching of Negro
Mark Cbartes-,Parker.:
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diffedeteit4
cer institute, advisinuAmerieans
to quit or cut down on smoking:
"We think that most of the
scientific data show that exces excessive
sive excessive use of cigarettes gives one
a greater risk of acquiring lung
cancer."
-
WASIIINGTON Mrs. Lucille
Harris, one .611' groUp. ofanothers
saXi.ng further, goVerrunent tre-,
search into the radiatio,n fallout
hazard:
"I can't tell you what a mother
of growing children goes through
when she worries whether she it
poigioning her child with radio radioactivity.
activity. radioactivity. every time she gives him
a alas( of milk or a pieCet of
bread.'

SANTA MONICA,. Carl
Elaine Mahnken Rodne. suing for
divorce from husband Mickey Ro-,
onev:
"I trie to please him. But I
never could outguess him. What
ever cooked for him, he wanted
something different."
EL PASO, Texas King'Itau King'Itaudotiin
dotiin King'Itaudotiin of Belgium, on seeing a
deinonstrs'ion of Nike guided mis missiles
siles missiles at Fort Bliss:
"It Is very reassuring to see
the accuracy and efficieney-of
these- missiles. I am lociking Art
ward to seeing qhis sort,of sort,offeriae
feriae sort,offeriae mechanism in my country."'
LOS ANGELESFortner- 'gin
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ter Mickey Cohen, announcing 'the 'theend
end 'theend of his engagement to strioner
tvo Candy Barr, now under a 15-year
prison sentence Texits,',for
snaelivana cigarette,. possession:
"We sort of mutually agreed,.,4o
gelmarried- and later on we sort
of mutually weed not to. '1'10:re '1'10:revere
vere '1'10:revere too many coMplicatiOns to
overcome. We're two completely
differentlypes' of' persons."
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In addition to the prison lien lien"It
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the accuracy and cfficienep--of flt '0- -- south Japanese city, killins fit tence, the court ordered loss of program (of direct payments) is ....:..z7" SPANISH MEXICAN JAPANESE
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ward dishonorward to seeing qhis sort-of- de- ::-' eta- 142323 juring 12. Thev have had their chance."
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The four-turboprop C-130 slam- The pamphlet termed Secretary
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-one of the many segregation laws
passed after the 1954 Supreme
CotIrt decision. A Citizens Council
Spokesman Said Graves, who act acted
ed acted as a private citizen, did not
withdraw his affidavit.
Wilkins left by plane for New
York shortly after the rally.
Evers said neither he,nor Wilkins
knew the warrants had been is issued.
sued. issued. A great. part of Wilkins' ad address
dress address WaS devoted to the Parker
lynching He said the most im important
portant important aspect of the case is that
it brought out "the horrible reve revelations
lations revelations about Mississippi."
Frankfurter
Scolds Colleagues

WASHINGTON (UPI) Justice
Felix Frankfurter scolded his col colleagues
leagues colleagues on the Supreme Ciurt
yesterday for wasting time re reviewing
viewing reviewing cams that do not invove
broad public interest.
Frankfurter said the proper
function of the bigh court is to
construe statutes and interpret the
Oonstittionnot weight evidence
already settled by lower courts.
The justice made his protest in
a dissenting opinion in a case con concerning
cerning concerning the death of a North Da Dakota
kota Dakota farmer, William Dick. The
court was asked to decide wheth whether
er whether Dices death owa s accidental 9r.
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which included a question of dou doublek
blek doublek indemnity. the court ruled 6-2
that Dick was shot twice. But
since he was wearing heavy
gloves, it concluded he could hard hardly
ly hardly have pulled the trigger himself.
, Zranklutter, readitug bia own
tOintlittleditillie-tettdb n a id '" the
case ,Itivolveirterelv facts. It has
no busibese here. No question of
stPte 'federal: law is involved."
He added. that it is "impera "imperative"that
tive"that "imperative"that the suoreme court weed
out such cases to permit" ample
time and freshness of mind for
private study and reflection" ne necessary
cessary necessary to consider questiong of
ifilportince,:traatV.gnera public.
'At' 'lea arlbtdr the n me Su Supreme'
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Judge GranlsPelay GranlsPelayIn
In GranlsPelayIn Trial Of Whiles
Who Raped Negro

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (UPI)A
judge granted a two weeks delay
yesterday in the trial of four
white men charged in the mass
rape of a young Negro college
coed.
Circuit Judge W. May Walker
delayed the trial until June 10. He
said he felt the original date,
May 27, was "fair" but permitted
a delay in tbe interest of making
certain that justice- is- done. At Attorneys
torneys Attorneys for two of the defendapts
asked for at least 45 days delay
because of a "climate of high pub public
lic public excitement" in the case here,
Attorneys for Wil Ion Collins Collinsworth,
worth, Collinsworth, 23, and Patrick Scarbor Scarboriugh,
iugh, Scarboriugh, 20, based their motiori for
a continuance on grounds that it
would be difficult for a jury to
render justice because of the wide
publicity given the' case. They also
argued they ceeded more time to
prepare a defense.
Attorneys for the other two de defendants,
fendants, defendants, David Beagles, 18, and
011ie Stoutamire, 16, said they
would go along with any trial date
set by the court. The four youths
will be tried together.
The four defendants all pleaded
innocent May 8 : to' charges they
raped the 19 year old Florida
A M University student.
NLRB Examiner
Rules On Unfair
tab Practices 7.
WASHINGTON (I.TPI)--A trial
examiner fo the National Labor
Relations Board ruled, yesterday
that two employers committed
unfair labor practices by reneg reneging
ing reneging on promises to give Negro
workers thet satie vacatiOn 'bene 'benefits
fits 'benefits granted white' eMptoyes'.'
The examirier, A. Bruce Hunt,
said Intracoastal Terminal, Inc.,
and Louisiana Pricessing Co., Inc.
ellegally discouraged union mem membership
bership membership by failing to give Negroes
two-week vactions.
Hunt said while the firms were
separate operations legally, they
had the same officers and stock stockholders
holders stockholders andtheir labor policy was
set by the same porson. Therefore,
he said, the compla ints were
handled as a single ease.
The employers posted a notice
in August, 1857, announcing that
alle mployes, regardless of race,
would receive two weeks vaca vacation
tion vacation in 1958. Formerly Negroes
got one week.
a few monthi later, Teamsters'
Local 270 won the right to repre represent
sent represent workers at the two firms.
Iast summer, Negro workers found
that they would still get only
one week vacation.
Hunt said the firms were guilty
of refusing to bargain by chang changin
in changin their conditions of emplo emploment
ment emploment without consulting the un union.
ion. union. US Air Freighter
Crashes Barracks
Al USAF Japan Base
FUKUODA, Japan, May 20
pi) An American air freighter
crashed today into the barracks
of a U.S. maintemance squadron
at Ashiya Airbase, outside this
south Japanese city, killing at
least three servicemen and in injuring
juring injuring 12.
The four-turboprop C-130 slam slammed
med slammed into the barracks of the
Squadron just after. 6 p.m.
starting fires which raged for'
more than half an hour.
One of the plane's crew of
eight and at least two soldiers in
the barracks were killed,. an
Air Force spokesman said. it was
believed possible that additional
bodies might be buried in the
wreckage, because it was not cer certain
tain certain just how many mem were in
the barracks when the plane hit.

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Matsu Bombardment Termed
Communist Reminder To US

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TAIPEI, Formosa UW1) A
spokesman for the nationalist de defense
fense defense ministry said yesterday the
Chinese Communist bombardment
of the Matsu Islands was aimed
at "reminding" the world that
Peiping still intended to try and
drive the United States from' tae
western Pacif;c.
Tne Red guns were silent yester yesterday
day yesterday in line with Peiping's alter alternate
nate alternate day "cease-fire.
Reinforced Red Chinese rtil rtillery
lery rtillery opened up suddenly Sunday
with a heavy barrage against the
Matsus, northern anchor of the
Nationalist oss shore Islands.
Three Nationalist soldiers w e
killed and eight other persons
wounded.
,.The U.S.-Tawian -Petenso Com Commend
mend Commend said no casualties were re reported
ported reported among the small Ameri American
can American military advisory detachment
stationed in the Matsu&
' Rear Adm. LI Hoh-tu, the ref
istry spokesman, said "the Com Communists
munists Communists are reminding the whole
world that they intend to stick to
,their word." He was referring to
Communist threats issued during
the massive artillery bombard bombardments
ments bombardments of the Quemoy Islands last
year.
Observers said the bombard bombardment,
ment, bombardment, which broke a vritual seven
month lull in the Formosa Srait,
might have been designed to
strengthen the Communist hand
in the Big Four foreign ministers
conference in Geneva.
Heretofore, Quemoy bad been
the Blain target of the Commu Communist
nist Communist artillery attack. The Que Quemoys,
moys, Quemoys, which Ile closer to the Red Redheld
held Redheld mainland, have been pounded
by more than 600,000 shells since
last August.
Lady Astor Defies
Years By Golfing
On 80th Birthday
LONDON (UPI)-- Lady Astor,
Virginia's gift to Great Britain,
shouldered her golf bag today and
set out to celebrate her gOth birth birthday
day birthday by Naying the back nine at
Ascot.
Any eyebrows she may have
raised by this burst of activity'
had no effect on the irrepressible
Nancy Astor. She has done what whatever
ever whatever she feels like doing for
years.
She also ,has said pretty much
what she wanted to and rarely
has been bested in the acid ex exchanges
changes exchanges for which she became fa famous.
mous. famous. She also has shown no
signs of slowing down.
Furthermore, she doesn't admit
to being SO. She stopped having
birthdays when she was 52 and
she. has been b2 years old ever
'since. '3"'' 1'
Lady Astor, now viscountess,
was born May 19, 1879, at Green Greenwood,
wood, Greenwood, Va. She grew up as Nannie
Langhorne and with the comfort comfortable
able comfortable surroundings that a wealthy
father can provide.
When she was 24 she boarded a
ship in New York to sail to Eng England,
land, England, already famous as 'one of
the: Gibson girls. Her name' then
was Mrs. Shaw and she carried
a set of divorce papers and the
memories of a brief and un unhappy
happy unhappy marriage.
She was introduced to court so society
ciety society in England became the wife
of William Waldorf Astor, mem member
ber member of Parliament and son of al
viscount.
When the viscount died in 1920
his son succeeded to his title and
his seat in the House of Lords.
Nancy Astor won her husband's
vacant seat in the House of COM COMMOM,
MOM, COMMOM, on a platform which let her
speak her mind on almost any
subject she chose.
The only time she was known to
be bested was when she told Win Winston
ston Winston Churchill that if he was her
husband she would put poison in
his coffee.
Churchill replied that if he was
her husband he would drink it.
American Soldiers
Get Stiff Sentence
For Robbing Korean
SEOUL, Korea (UPI) Two
American soldier' were sentenced
to 10 years imprisonment at
forced labor by an Army court courtmartial
martial courtmartial yesterday for robbing two
Seoul taxi drivers of 840.66 last
month.
Pfc. Robert E. Walker, 23, of
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, and Pfc.
James E. Cooley, 18, o( Gardner Gardnerville.
ville. Gardnerville. Nev., pleaded guilty to the
charges.
In addition to the prison lien lientence,
tence, lientence, the court ordered loss of
all pay and allowances, reduction
to the lowest grade and dishonor dishonorable
able dishonorable discharges.
,
Pt ELUCTANT,,JUNKS
HONG KONG (UPI) Two
Chinese fishing junks were towed
out of Hong Kong harbor by a
tug believed to have come from
CcImmunist China last Tuesday, a
government apokesman disclosed
7esterdaY. The Junks were among
a group of four which anchored
here May end showed no indi indication
cation indication of returning to China.

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Liu said the Reds had moved in
eight-inch mortars opposite the
Matsus, bringing the three major
islands in the complex within ar artillery
tillery artillery range for tbe first time.
Katteng, northernmost island in
the group, had been shelled spor sporadically
adically sporadically by the smaller guns dur during
ing during the past year.

But in Sunday's attack, the big-1 The Negro, Jesse Graves, 36,
ger guns dropped 162 shells on was arrested Monday for attack attackNankantang,
Nankantang, attackNankantang, 12 miles from the' ing and attempting to rape the
coast, and 112 shells on Peikian- woman, Mrs. E. N. Starnes, 43, in
tang, which lies 8 miles off Red her home. Rape charges, which
China, he said. Another 170 shells carry the death penalty in North
fell into the sea. Carolina, were filed after author authorLiu
Liu authorLiu said Nationalist artillery itis received a medical report.
fired back, but gave no further' Graves, who escaped from a
details.

Veteran Motorman
Suspended For Part
In El Train Crash
CHICAGO (UPI) A veteran
motorman was suspended indefi indefinitely
nitely indefinitely yesterday for alleged fail
ure to apply his brakes fast e enough
nough enough in an elevated train crash
which injured 136 persons.
The Chicago Transit Authority
(crA) said motorman Dominic J.
Parise, 46, "just didn't give him himself
self himself time or distance enoug h"
Monday in braking down to avoid
slamming into the rear of another
train.
Twenty of the 600 to BOO persons
aboard the trains were still hos hospitalized
pitalized hospitalized yesterday for iejuries
suffered in the crash.
The most critically injured was
Nancy Alberger, 20, whose right
leg was. crushed. Physicians said
they might have to amputate her
leg.
Parise, who had an "excellent"
record over 19 years as a CTA
motorman, suffered a broken left
foot when he was trapped in the
wreckage after the trains telescoped.

Mr. Stevens' Pageant To Be
Staged Arena-Style Tonight

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Arena-style staging and horse horseshoe
shoe horseshoe seating arrangement to ac
comodate an audience of 350 will
feature the presentation this eve evening
ning evening in the Tivoli Guest House
ballroom of the musical pageant,
"The Ordeal of Mr. Stevens," or,
"Teddy Visits the Isthmus.'
The transfer of the Musselman MusselmanHerr
Herr MusselmanHerr hits show from the stage of
the Balboa Thetter, where It' was
the outstindine 'feature of 'the
Roosevelt Centennial Week last
fall, to the Tivoli ballroom for its
popular revival has required ex extensive
tensive extensive reblocking of the produc production,
tion, production, according to Don Mussel Musselman,
man, Musselman, co-author and director.
In tonight's presentation, action
will take place down most of the
length of the ballroom's center,
with the audience on three sides
of the players. orchestra and
chorus will be grouped at the
far end of the room.
This type of central theatrical
staging is at once old and new,
Mr. Musselman stated. It is as
old as the Greek theater, and a
version was common in Shakes
Demo Council
Urges Dropping
Price Supports
WASHINGTON (UPI) T h e
Democratic Advisory Council
yesterday urged Congress to junk
the present farm price support
program for an agriculture-wide
system of direct cash subsidy
payments.
Calling for an end to "negative
and bankrupt" GOP policies, the
council rapped Republicans who
thought it "smart politics" to op oppose
pose oppose the direct payment plan
when it was first advocated i
1949 by Democratic Secretat
Charles F. Rrannlin. It said such
opponents have made the public
"pay heavily."
Continuing of the present pro profram
fram profram of loans and crop purchases
it said, has meant not only re reduced
duced reduced farm income but mounting
taxpayer eosts for storage of farm
surpluses and higher food costs
for consumers.
"We welcome the opposition of
Republicans who say that such a
program (of direct payments) is
no business of the government.
They have had their chance."
The pamphlet termed Secretary
Ezra T. Benson the "most spec spectacularly
tacularly spectacularly unsuccessful secretary
of agriculture in the nation's hia hiatory"
tory" hiatory" who has "abdicated" lead leadership
ership leadership by leaving the farm pro program
gram program up to Congress.
It added. however. that Ben Bensos's
sos's Bensos's views are "only a well wellentrenched
entrenched wellentrenched Republican position."
In The republican opinion it said,
"farmers should atiffer, prefer preferebly
ebly preferebly in silence, end vote tbe Re Republican
publican Republican ticket."
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Escaped negro Con
Charge With Rape
Of While Grandma
BURLINGTON, N. C. (UPI)
Authorities who moved a husky
Negro convict from a county jail
to a stout-w.led prison for h s
own safety yesterday char:ed
him with raping a white grand grandmother.
mother. grandmother. ing and attempting to rape the
woman, Mrs. E. N. Starnes, 43, in
her home. Rapt charges, which
carry the death penalty in North
Carolina, were filed after author authoritis
itis authoritis received a medical report!
Graves, who escaped from a
prison camp in March, was track tracked
ed tracked by bloodhounds and a posse
and was arrested in a woods near
the woman's home shortly after
the attack occurred.
Mrs. Starnes was rushed to a
hospital and before she could be
brought face-to-face with the sus suspect,
pect, suspect, an angry crowd gathered
outside the Alamance County jail
where be was held. Sheriff .1 o e
Cole quickly moved Graves to
Central Prison in Raleigh for safe-1
keeping.
Cole said officers were forced tol
act swiftly when a crowd of some'
100 persons swarmed around
Graves following his captur e.
Some were armed and had taken
part in the bloodbound-led man manhunt.
hunt. manhunt. Graves completed a 14-year sen sentence
tence sentence in February for assault and
attempted rape of a white woman,
Cole said. He has a long prison
record.
Colt said the woman, who has
four children and two grandchil grandchildren,
dren, grandchildren, will be taken to Central
Prison in en attempt to secure
positive identificaijon of Graves
as her attacker. Graves will not
be brought here, he said.
Graves who was serving IR
months for stealing denied the at attack
tack attack on Mrs. Starnes.
peare's day. Recently experimen experimentation
tation experimentation in staging tuts'revived and
developed it to the point at which
it has become a strong and grow growing
ing growing influence.
The ballroom will be able to
accomodate only about 350 seats.
With admission free and the pa pageant
geant pageant a proven attraaction, a full
house is considered a certainty.
One way of assuring a seat, ac according
cording according to Atrodie Brunham., pres1
ident,,of' the Isthmian Historical
Society, sponsor of the show, will
be to attend the society meeting,
which will start in the ballroom's
at 7:30, one-half hour before the
scheduled "curtain"-time.
Annual election for the society
will be held. Annual dues of $2
per member will be payable for
the coming society year, fall,
1959, to spring,. 1960, Burnham
said.
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roR DELEGATES ATTENDING CEPAL CONFERENCE
The United States Ambassador to Panama Julian F.
Barrington entertained at luncheon today at 'his residence,
in Cresta in honor of members of the United States ind,':
.',..:;Panamanian delegations to the Cepal conference currently'.-
being held in Panama City.
,
- Pianist ntorta ins in the ballroom of the Tivoli
, Gorges Hospital Guest House.
,Mrs. Maria Tarbert of Panama --
,..ebtertained with piano selections Birih Announcomant
ler bed patients at Gorgas Hospi- Mr. 'lad Mrs. Noel E. Gibson Jr.
tal Friday evening. She war, a of Fort Gulick announce the
, coked by the Gra). Lagt on 41111, birth of a son Guy Eugene, Tues Tues..'
..' Tues..' Miss Rosita Thorns. day morning at Coe() Solo Hospi Hospital.
tal. Hospital. He is their fifth child and
Historical Society and fourth son.
Mooting, Musics! Tonight The maternal grandparents are
repeat performance of the Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Miller of Mia Mia:'
:' Mia:' inusical production "The Ordeal mi. The paternal grandparents are
01 Mrs. Steven" will be given this Mr. and Mrs. Noel E. Gibson
evening in conjunction with the Jr. of MargaiRa.
final meeting of the season of the
letinnian Historical &vie'''. Fashion Show Planncl
: The musical, written by Victor For Albrook '0' Club
Herr and Donald Musselman, is A fashion sho featuring sports
being repeated by popular request' clothing, evening dresses a n d

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moth wiit be presented Saturoay
evening at it in the Albrook l lacers
acers lacers Club.
, Theme tor the show,' as an announced
nounced announced by Lt. feoty McFarland,
Will be "Lovelier Than Spring SpringtiMe."
tiMe." SpringtiMe." The show will uepict
mid-summer season garb for the
typical lady of Albrook.
Models will include Mrs. Mark
Mooty, Mrs. Herman Engleri,
Mrs. N. E. vowel and Mrs. Joseph
Faulkner. Showing men's sports
clothing will oe Lt. McFarland and
Lt. William D. Mcputh. Mrs.
Arthur P. Burr will narrate the
show.
Local Collego Studont
Participates In Pagoant
Miss Sandra Mo.ta, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Motta of Co Coion,
ion, Coion, was among students of Lir Lirsinus
sinus Lirsinus College, Collegeville, Pa.,
particiapted in an original pa pageant
geant pageant as part of the school's May
Day festivities.
A sophomore mathematics ma major,
jor, major, Miss Motta is also a cheer cheerleader
leader cheerleader and a member of the
Spirit Committee, Math Club, Dra Dramatics
matics Dramatics Citib and Secondary Edu Education
cation Education Association of Pennsylva Pennsylvania.
nia. Pennsylvania. She was graduated from Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal High School in 1957.
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'Bargain' Dance
By Cristobal Elks
Plans for a shirt-sleeve "bar "bargain"
gain" "bargain" dance have been announce announceed
ed announceed by Bill Strong, activities chair.
man of the Cristobal Elks Lodge
3542. The party is planned for
Friday evening beginning at 9 at
the Elicq Home in Brazos Heights.
A cocktail hour will be held from
8 to 9 n.m., followed by dancing
to ,the V.O. combo and tape re recordings.
cordings. recordings. The unusual price of ad admission
mission admission will be 77 cents per
couple.
-
Minni Eastior,,Circlo
,hia With Mrs.;'!rorrlt.
The MinnIC-Reeden Circle of
the First dsolist Church met last
evening at the Balboa home of
Mrs. John Terry. The mission
study on the Hawaiian Islands
was illuOratc(1 with the showing
of slides by Miss Margaret Wig WigUiPs
UiPs WigUiPs Val
'rya Off; ars Honor
Lt. Col. John Deming
Th,, Coot. Leo A. Metntire
chapter of the Reserve Officers
Association paid tribute to its
past president, Lt. Co. John E.
Denning, At meet'no hel-1 at the
Albrook Officers Club. He was
,,presented a gold kev and certifie certifielikte
likte certifielikte for his servicga by the current
OPtesident, Meajtlighn treaOstee$
' All personnel, military and el el,
, el, vilian, who are reserve officers
are eligible to join the association.
Further informa ion may be ob obtained
tained obtained from Lt. Frank Ortiz, Mc-,
Intire Chapter, Fort Amador 5183
or 3200.

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Army Caribbean Property Dispos Disposal
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All material is located at Coro Corozal
zal Corozal and inspection arrangements
'nay be made by telephoning Co Corozal
rozal Corozal 4149.
Bids, which must be Sealed and
submitted in four copies, will be
tppened at 9:30 a.m. on June, 1,
in the bid room of Building 706,
Corozal.

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tric ranges, truck seats and sides,
engine assemblies, single beds
and miscellaneous tables. Among
the scrap ire listed books and
magazines, metal desks, bureaus
and tables, s surgical instrument
sterlizer, cash register, miscella miscellancous
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For Piano Recital
With less thant-seven days re remaining
maining remaining for Club Alta mira's duo duopiano
piano duopiano recital at the Centr 41
Theater tickets for the benefit
function may still be had from
any member of the club.
Persons planning to attend are
being urged to obtain tickets
early since the program is slated
to begin promptly at 8 p.m. next
Tuesday.
The benefit function which will
feature Yvette, 6 and Ricardo, 8
in a duo-piano performance and
Branda in ballet dances.

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Peggy Rotzell of Philadelphia
is the fourth member of our
Women's team champions.
In rubber bridge West would
surety have saved at five hearts
but because the game, was dupli duplicate
cate duplicate he chose to let Peggy try
to make her four spade bid. She
made it and her play shows why
her team is. currently the cham champion.
pion. champion. A casual glance at all four
hands would indicate that West's
judgment was good. Apparently
Pegigy has four losing tricks since
the diamonds fail to breas.
This bad break did not stop
Peggy. She ruffed the second
heart lead, drew trumps and
played the ace and ten of clubs.
West won with the queen and
led his singleton diamond. Data Datamy
my Datamy played the three, East the
ten and Peggy the five. The
queen of diamonds was played
next and wort by dummy's ace
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Meetings
Archaeological Society
The regular monthly meeting
of the Canal Zone Archaeologi
,cal Societytilvill be held this eve evethrlBalboa
thrlBalboa evethrlBalboa US0-.11,1B on
laSoca Bold. Ali members are
urged to attend.
Beginners Bridge
The bridge class for beginners
will be held this evening at 8 at
the Balboa USO-JWB. Servicemen,
their families and the general
public are invited to participate.
SEA Meeting
A special meeting of the Special
Educktion Association will be
held this evening at 7:30 at the
1.7S0-.1V7B in Balboa.
New officers will be elected, and
summer training for handicap handicaped
ed handicaped children will be discussed.
All 'parents and teachers uf
handicapped ghildren. as well as
other interested persons are in invited
vited invited to attend.

Gem and Mineral Society
The Canal Zone Gem and Mi Mineral
neral Mineral Society will have a regular
meeting Friday evening at 7:30.
Soeaker of the evening will be
Stewart 3adis. outstanding au authority
thority authority on shells. who also will
diqnlay some of his collection.
Members are reminded to bring
tumbled stones and smq11 speci specimens
mens specimens which have been pledged to
the Girt Scout delegalon to at attend
tend attend the summer round-up in
Colorado.

Adenauer Deckles
To Name Erhard
As His iuccessor

BONN, May 20 (UPT) Chan ChanTotcellor
Totcellor ChanTotcellor Konrad Adenauer was re re'....1
'....1 re'....1 norted today to have derided ft ftiv
iv ftiv le itair011rice-Chnneellor And
' "Elcionomies Minister T,udwig Ed EdAge
Age EdAge hPrri as his successor.
The chancellor met with Presi Presilent
lent Presilent Theodor atlas' for an hour
Ind s half today:',,There was no
ralciel Prinounestment, on the sub sub.e,t
.e,t sub.e,t of the Ineethitt.
InfOrtned governMent r I r c le g
said. 'hOwevcr. the besirles dis disPerstops
Perstops disPerstops cussing riorei,rn ,tvilfw Rnd the
Geneva conference, the two men
nealt thorourhly with the clues clues,
, clues, 'ion of who is to succeed Ade Ade..1),
..1), Ade..1), natter when he becomes Presi Presi,Il
,Il Presi,Il D
I dent of West Germany.
Items ends his second (Ive (Ivey
y (Ivey 'term in Witt hi September.
.,,.., lie esnaniert f esdeerrvael I amwo,r e a
terms., t hparee s i dtewnet
The presidential elections are
roP'' in Ally.. Candidates are Adenauer
, '. and Abe- SOcialist 'Party's top ora ora',A,,ii
',A,,ii ora',A,,ii )
tnr,Carlo Schmid..;
Adenauer is a safe bet to win.
, Ludwig Erhard, the prime tig tigure
ure tigure in, West Germanys economic
recovery, is top contender tor the
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RICHMOND.- 'traf-PJPI) ;...; A,
fired Salvation Army-captain shot
it out today withen attractive
mother of two-who rejected his
advances.
He killed the Inotliei-efter'-ihe
wounded him, then took his, own
life.
Police said the- suitors7Marvin
B. Edwards, 45,4ather,of three,
shot himself in the head with a
.45 caliber pistol.Moments- earl earller
ler earller he killed Mrs-.- Nude PizzttO,
31, as the two exchanged ahotzon
a street in front ether bomb..
Mrs. Pizzuto fired ilist with a
.32 caliber pistol, hitting Edwards
in the abdomen.' Detecttve 4. S.
Perkins said, he had-varried the
wea pon since Edwards- attempted
to force hit attention on het sev several
eral several months ,ago'
,
Edwards was .arrestedjast De-cember
and again in2rebrIttry on
charges brought by-the- attractive
Mrs. Pizzuto. She said.he,,threat said.he,,threatened
ened said.he,,threatened to kill ler.
Edwards first met her as a
a Salvation Army captain on mis misyin
yin misyin business. The missin is five
blocks from her home. The Sal Salvation
vation Salvation Army dismisited Edwards
as commanding officer of the
mission following Mrs. Pizzuto's
complaints.
Mrs. Pizzuto., who was estranged
from her husband, came home for
lunch today and told members
of her family she had seen Ed Edwards
wards Edwards nearby..officers renorted.
Elain Tunstall, Mrs, rizzute'S
sister, told volleeAfdre;-t(Ptr,pto
warned the tfarSy's'Jo -lock Vie
door.
"I locked line' aterted'vp'ine
steps. I got just 'abOut to the too
and,I heard all these shots fired,"
Wit; Tunstall related.
Hobert Perry and Delbert
Reeves, who were walking the
street, said .-they heard several
shots and tornett,(10,,se?,Mrs. Piz Pizzuto
zuto Pizzuto fall to t4e-ideiilk,
They said ,they saw' Edw4rda
walk up to the woman and shoot
a bullet into her bead Then, the
men said, Edwards walked a few
steps away, shot himself in the

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Boy Who:Killed
Parents Gets:
20 Years To' Life
AUBURN, Icy.
year-old farnt,boy; who killed hilt
parents and brother and sister be because
cause because he thought they were perse persecuting
cuting persecuting hInv was sentenced ',ester.
day to front.;20-years-to-lif.
prison.
Tears trickled; down the cheeks
of blond John Jayne, k high
school sophomord,41 he stoed be.
fore Cayuga County Judge Gerald
It will iirst sign-of. remorse
over the shotgun slaying of his
father, Willis. 67; his mother, Am.
bet, 53; sister, Ann Elizabeth,-
14, and brother, Willard, 19, at
their farm home near Kellogg..
ville last Jan. 28.
Hewitt recommended that the
boy never be released unless his
mental abnormalities had been
corrected.
Described as the "kind of boy
any father would like to set his
daughter date" Jayne was indict indicted
ed indicted for first degree murder by a
county, grand Jury. Ho pleaded
gutity 2(er:4 May 114,1srr reduced
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MosMIN (UPI) -Ruse Lao
mdical PrOfessor said:in-4n interviOr-jOdey
that ,O,-repolktmtrip tO
tOC'United ttitis ''Convincd him
niany Americans seek friendship
with the Soviet Union. Prof. P.
Uglof, of the Leningrad Institute
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in an interview with Tams, the of.
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Up Some Support
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For His Nomination NominationWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON NominationWASHINGTON (UPI) Ogden
R. Reid picked up some strong
support for Ms nomination as U.S.
ambassador to Israel yesterday
after declaring' he had- no inten intention
tion intention of using,tbe diplomatic post
as a political' springboard.
Reid, youthful former president
and editor of the New York-Herald
Tribune, tole. the Senate For Foreign
eign Foreign Relation, Committee reports
tbat he intended to run for mayor
of New York were "completely
iinfounded."
The 33-year-old scion of a well wellknown
known wellknown New York publishing fam family
ily family won the public support of at
least one senator who had-been
opposed his appointment and
apparently ensured he votes of
several other committee members
who had taken no stand. He is a
member of the board of direc
tors of the Panama Canal Co.
President Eisenhower's choicel
of Reid for the Irrael post had
,been expected to run into opposi opposition
tion opposition from senators who doubted
the wisdom of sending a diplomat diplomatic
ic diplomatic tyro to a pivotal Middle East Eastern
ern Eastern nation.
Chairman J. William Fulbrightl
fp-Ark.) told Reid his youth, his
"complete lack of diplomatic ex experience
perience experience and no experience in the
Middle East" appeared to make
a strong case against- him.
But Reid, answering Fulbright's
searching questions calmly and
maturity" were not always a
matter of age alone.
Reid was questioned closely
about his political ambitions, if
any. He flatly stated "I do not
intend to run" for mayor of New
York, and in fact did not have a
home in the city.
But, he added, "if at a later
date my country thought that I
could serve in some other capaci capacity,
ty, capacity, I might consider it."

Senate Okays Bill
To Up Insurance
Firms, 158 Taxes
WASHINGTON ,(UPI)-.-Thet,Senate
passed s' bill yesterday that
would boost 1958 income taxes on
life insurance companies by 200
million dollars and impose a total
levy of 535 million dollars on
their 1959 operations.
The measure, passed by voice
vote, was a revised version of a
House-passed bill. Both would tax
the underwriting incomeor poli policy
cy policy premiums di life Thsurance
companies for the 'first time, as
well as their investment income
and capital gains.
The House and Senate n o w
must reach a compromise on the
slightly differing versions. Me
House measure would cost the
companies about 58 million dol dol'
' dol' lers more in -taxesx on ,their;41958
, ictivities tharA the Senate bill.

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1US Tornado Zone Shifts
'From Midwest To Florida

PENSACOLA, Fla. (UPI)
The mation's tornado zone shift shifted
ed shifted yesterday from the Middle
West to Florida, where a twister
cut children'with flying glass at
the Pensacola Naval Air Station.
The Pensacola torriado; churn churning
ing churning inland as a water spout, was
a sequel to twisters, hurricane
winds and a devastating St. Jo Joseph,
seph, Joseph, Mo., flash flood which hit
the Midwest Monday.
Me twister,flipped over trailer
homes and unroofed other dwell

Thomas Dewey
To Acts As Jap
Firm's Consultant

TOKYO (UPI) Former New
York Gov. Thornis E. Dewey
will be paid approximately $100,-
000 a year to promote Japan's
trade with the United States, a
JaoRnese offitial saki today.
The Japan Export Trade Pro Promotion
motion Promotion Agency has asked DeweY
to act as its legal consultant and
adviser to counter U.S. .moves to
boycott Japanese goods.
Tatsunosuke Takasaki, minliter
of international trade and indus industry,
try, industry, said Dewey would' be ptid a
retainer of approximately t50,000
for every six motiths.
Takasaki said Dewey, two-time
loser as Republican candidate for
the presidency, informally agreed
to accept the position when the
two men recently in the United
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ings. Several children were cut by
flying glass and hospitalized.
More tornadoes were feared in
the midlands. The S. Weather
Bureau issued warnings for, pos possible
sible possible tornadoes in southeast Min Minnesota,
nesota, Minnesota, and northeast and north
central Wisconsin.
At St. Joseph, damage wai con-,
servatively estimated at one mita
lion dollars, and perhaps two Mil Million,
lion, Million, following the wall of water
which swept the city Monday
night.
The swollen Black Snake 'Creek
roared out of its banks in a wall
of water three feet high in north northeast
east northeast St. Joseph. The waters, ris rising
ing rising a,s high as six feet in St.
Joseph streets, swept one man to
his death.
One hundred and .75 homes
were damaged or destroyed. The
Chicago Great Western Railway
installation vas heavily damaged,
many industrial and retail storqs
were practically wiped out in the
"industrial city" area, and cars
were swept away,
Homes were raked with six
inches of mud as the waters fell
back. St. Joseph mopped up Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, while the Red 'Cross provid provided
ed provided a mobile food service for the
homeless.
The Midwest storms sprang up
along a boundary line between
muggy southern air and a cool,
crisp air mass in the North. Tem Temperatures
peratures Temperatures were in the 30's and
40's and snow was common at
higher elev,ations from Washing WashingJon,
Jon, WashingJon, Oregon and Nevada to the
Colorado and Montana mountains.

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LUCHO MUSOZ playing luncheon music
Mondays through Saturdays from 12 noon to 2 p.m.
SUNDAYS, during lottery program
',UCH() MUSOZ at the Organ with
Pablo Acosta and his Orchestra
from 11 a.m. to 12 noon.
Free Snacks 11 a.m. to 12 noon.
Guest Artist after Lottery Program.
FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS, "Cocktail Hour"
Front 4:30 to 6:00 p.m.
'COIcktails 250
From 4:30 to 6:00 p.m. Cocktails 250
Free Snacks and Dolores at the piano.
Safe Parking Only I Block from Zone.
Satisfaction'Guaranteed.
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BELLES AND ESCORTS Reigning beauties attending the American Legion anniversary ball at the Fort
Amador club included, at left, Miss Christine Harnson and her escort, Sp. 4 John
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GIRL SCOUT AWARDS Certificates to Miss Jean Seaman and Miss Karen Coate, Senior Giri Scouts
graduating to leadership, and pins for adults who have completed five.or ten
years of leadership were pre'sented at a Girl Scout council meeting at Margarita. in the bulk row, from left, are
Mrs. Martha Hamilton, Mrs. Dorothy Nichols, Mrs. Emily Lou Mason, Mrs. Martha Spinney, Mrs. Clarke Hewitt,
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1; NEW YORK, May 20 (UPI) -Nothing's lin linpgisible
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It That's Paul Richards' answer to those who are
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inning to wonder whether the amazing Baltimore
Ot oles now 114 games from the top can win
tH Amefican League pennant.
4 oricinallv thought we might land Red Sox xNa postponed be

if, originally thought we might
bal.id a chance by 1961' said the
elated Oriole manager after los
tea) beat the White Sox. 2-1, iast
nigbi. 'Maybe I was being tuo
co rvative.
we' uer evCaLhr'ef o'roel 31)1 awYhinogl e 1 ontOE?i'i
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ins fled Baltimore as a 100 io iosh
sh iosh at the start of the season,
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noir is officially listed at 15-to-1.
Winners of five of their last six
ga srthe Orioles knocked the
In ns out of first place Monday
nie and did the same thing to
the hite Sox last night. Cleve Cleve1a
1a Cleve1a ch ed back into the kiad
with ,a,5-2 victory over Washing Washington.
ton. Washington. Richards, who could easily'
wind up the manager of the year
the way the Orioles are going, is
'winning with a unique collection
of castoffs and modest-priced -bonus
players.
Two of those bonus players, to:-
Iy O'Dell and Jerry Walker,
pitched the Orioles to their Auto-
ry over the White Sox last night.
And one of the castoffs,, lett field fielder
er fielder Bob Niemanwho is always
being criticized about his fieldiog
saved the game with a specta spectacular
cular spectacular leaping catch that robbed
Al Smith of a home run in the
seventh inning. .,,
O'Dell won his own game
with an inside-the-park homec
with one on off Billy Pierce in
the second inning. The Ba;ti Ba;timore
more Ba;timore southpaw had to leave
the game when hit on the in
step by Nellie Fox's liner in the
seventh,
Walketi took over in the eighth
and gave up a 400-foot double to
Larry Dohy with two out in thc.
ninth, but fanned pinch hitter
Billy Goodman to end the game,
The Orioles WOrl on only four hits,
The last-place Tigers handi,d
the stagg?ring Yankees tiwir
fifth loss in six gam?s, 6-3, VIC&
the game between the Athletics
Service Center Theatres
TONIGHT
BALBOA Air Conditioned
6:15 8:35
Vivien Leivh
Marlon Brand
"A STREETCAR NAMED
DESIRE"
(Repeat Run)
COCO SOLO 7:00
Lana Turner
Lloyd Nolan
Lee Phillips Terry Moore
"PEYTON PLACE"
in Cinema Scope & Color
!Repeat Run)
!ITS. 7:00
"KISS THE BLOOD OFF
ItY HANDS"
GAMBOA 7:00 1
John Ireland
Dorothy Malone
"The Fast and The Furious"
MARGARITA 7:00
Rock Hudson
Cyd Charisse
"Twilight For The Gods"
in Color!
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PARA'S '7:00
I Dana Wynter Mel Ferrer
"FRAULEIN"
in Cinema Scope Color!
SANTA CRUZ 7:00
Double Program
'110T NEWS" and
'CRY BABY KILLER"
CAMP MEM) 7:00
Mickey Rooney Tom Ewell
''A Nice Little Bank That
Should. Be Robbed"
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-- - ----- Neal's two-run' double highiliotc.1 pace, Pirates 6 0 .1000 Miiin'gi,
. the frame that decided the game. Klippstein, Dodgers 4 0 1.(10i) Sale and distruibution of thes.e' Chestnut Arnves.
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: service Center Theatres Reliever Johnny Klippstein post,x1 Rush, Braves -lwt:-
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TONIGHT out a loss. with- Mizell, Cardinals
Burdette, Braves 4 1 .300
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Bill White drove in three runs ;:heil Harry Wismer, one of 5he na 1
BALBOA Air Conditioned with three hits and Gino Chile!: AMERICAN LEAGUE ,;:,,,:, I;;D4' tion' leading sportcasters, hand.
6:15 8:35 I contributed a two-run homer in winielm, ,,,,;.,,,,,,.. ,,:::::ftw,::: .- -,. ling the la boy,play. Edward
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the Larsen- Yankees 3 0 'LOW :i,x,mii,ikik:, 11411mree,ctworill osfu,',Ilitptlity- ,. -. ,; ., ,,
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(Repeat Run) second victory against five loss- Shaw, 'White Sox 3 0 1.0n0 ,geff :ij:,- MillIS Thomason, first vice Outstanding US featherweight
es. Ronnie Kline started for Walker, Orioles 3 0 Lt00 IP:. '; tlr; .1 presid:ent and general business Ike Chestnut was scheduled to
COCO SOLO 7:00 I.
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Pittsburgh, lasted four innitigs,
, Lana Turner : national, hailed ,the television ar- 4 p.m. today before Colon Box.
and suffered his second loss a- ';s;
Lloyd Nolan
gainst three wins. r rangement as one that "will en ing Commission officials and
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Lee Phillips Terry Moore Cricket- News ,,,-, able fans to see.,;more college fight fans,.
: ,, "PEYTON PLACE" Jim Marshall's pincit's.livgld" in
, the ninth for the Cub''',11anded 50 football ;aines this season that
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tire floundering Vhillies their sm. --- r ,.
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7:00 changed hands three times in the Climaxing another seaon of ..'
college football in 1951." Ring magazine, fights Panama
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1 successful operation during which ....., "Now the fans each week will featnorweight 'champion unbeat unbeatfinal
final unbeatfinal two innings with each cod)
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scoring three runs in the ninth. be able to see Notre Dame en Jesus Santairaria this Sun.
. A1V HANDS" hundreds of fans were attracted
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Carl Sawatski, Sammy Tayhr each week to the keenly fought
t t against one of the top teams in day in a On rounder at the Co Coi
i Coi 7:00 and Wally Post hit homers. Don the country." he added, pointing lon Arena.
1 GAMBOA contests, the Atlantic C r i c ii e t
Elston was the winner and lay- 1,,,eague this Sunday will hold its ...
, out that the 1959 Irish schedule After today's practice session,
1 John Ireland Presentation G a m e" at the includes these otiponents: the visitor, a scrappy Negro,
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Dorothy Malone lor Phillips the loser.
I Mount Hope Stadium.
Sept. 26, North Carolina (home) will sign the contract for Suo
"The Fast and The Furious"
OUTSTANDING PERFORMER Oct. 3, Purdue, at Lafayette, Ind.; day's fight at a boxing cam.
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' MARGARITA 7:00 The winning trophies will he Donald "Little Beaver" Alexander 10, California, at Berkeley, Calif ; mission misting.
'DRIVE- IN1 presented to the Champion Sur- of the Canal Zone Aim. College 17', Michigan State, at Lansing, Chostnut arriied here from
Rock Hudson
Cyd Charisse a rey C.C. and runnerup Cragvvell basketball tea,m was chosen the Mich.; 24, Northwestern (home); the US tills morning at 3:30,
C.C. Outstanding feats in bat'ang
. "Twilight For The Gods" outstanding performer in this 31, Navy (home); Nov. 7, Georgia accompanied by Panamanian
in Color! I 7:00 TODAY 9:00 I will be recognized and the Fr- year's Ju,nior College Basketball Tech (home); 14, PM at Pitts- Lloyd LaBeach, former world
!..--..,---, 13Mil POPULAR NIGHT! formers rewarded. There will al. Tournament. Tournament. Don burg.; 21, Iowa, at Iowa Cit); spnnt champion. The fighter was
, 1 PARAISO 7:00 1 SIM per CAR! so be prizes for the players with
: averaged twenty points per game 28, Southern California (home). taken over to Colon ,soon atter
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: I Dana Wynter Mel Ferrer i the most catches and the most and played outstanding defensive Thomason also revealed that reaching hore and is lodged ,in
"ERAULEIN" CHARLTON HESTON "not outs." The prize winners
i ball. Gary "Hoot" Alexander of United Press International is plan- the Carlton Hotel.
in CinemaScope & Color! I Rhonda FLEMING in I will be announced later. J.C. and Jack Burbach of the ning oth3r television sports pro- it ts, modoratood, that he w;11
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Double Program In TECHNICOLOR! 11
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vote of the ten cast by team man. sidiary of Bert L. Coleman As the National ,Gym tomorrow aft.
i 'HOT NEWS" and The matches for the Isthmian agers and game officials. sociates, Inc., of New York. 'moon at 4 i'clock.!.,
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for Chestnut's trip on behalf of
Mickey Rooney Tom Ewell Dick BOGARDE In May 31 at the Paraiso Oval. The
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1 "DOCTOR AT SEA" second game will be played at
Should. Be Robbed" Mount Hope on June 7, and a Eliiii-000 and Pengelly.
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cause because of rain.
Dome runs by Rocky Colavito,
Jim l'iersall and Woody Held
powered the Indians tco their win
over Washington. Co lavito slam slammed
med slammed his 12th off loser Hal Griggs
to touch off a decisive threerun
rally in the second inning. trim
Oludcalsi Grant posted his tnird
victory although his shoulder slit slitfened
fened slitfened and he yHded in the eighth
to Dick Brodowski, J. W. Porter
homered for the Senators, who
dropped their third straight.
Detroit knocked out Whi toy
Ford with a four-run burst in the
first inning that clinched 'ire
game and put the Tiger? within
a game of the seventh piaee
Yanks. Ford gave up two walks,
two singles and a double by
Frank Bolling before he depart departed
ed departed vvith his third loss. Rocky
Bridges drove in three runs as
Don Mossi struggled to his sec second
ond second victory even though rapped
for 12 hits.
in the National League, the
Braves won their sixth straight
by beating the Giants, 8-1; the
Dodge's snapped a five-game los losing
ing losing streak with a 6-4 decision o over
ver over the Red legs; the Cardinals
topped the Pirates, 8-2, and the
Cubs outlasted the Phi lies, 8-7.
Joey Jay of the Braves held
the Giants to seven hits and
struck out the same number in
gaining his second victory. Wes
Covington banged a three run
homer in the first inning off los loser
er loser Jack Sanford and Del Cran Crandall
dall Crandall hit one with the bases mil.
ty in the same frame.
The Bravos collected 11 hits,
but Hank Aaron"' who had hit
safely in 224'ltraight games,
went hitless ,in four trips. By
winning, Milwaukee increased
its NA lead to 412 games.
Johnny Temple's error paved
the way for four unearned DoGg
cr runs in the sixth inning and
that was enough to sink Willard
Schmidt and the Reds. Chal-ley
Neal's two-run' double highligtitcd
the frame that decided the game.
Reliever Johnny Klippstein posted
his fourth straight victory with without
out without a loss.
Bill White drove in three runs
with three hits and Gino Cline
contributed a two-run homer in
the Cardinals' triumph over the
Pirates. Larry Jacksp welit the
distance IbitTErlaiula and gave
up nine hits While registering his
second victory against five loss losses.
es. losses. Ronnie Kline started for
Pittsburgh, lasted four innings,
and suffered his second loss a against
gainst against three wills.
Jim Marshall's pincit'iingld" in
the ninth for the Cub'',11anded
the floundering !Phi Hies their sm.
enth straight' setback. The
changed hands three times in the
final two innings with each colt)
scoring three runs in the ninth.
Carl Sawatski, Sammy Tayhr
and Wally Post hit homers. Don
Elston was the winner and lay laylor
lor laylor Phillips the loser.
TD A I E I NTI
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Rhonda FLEMING in
"PONY EXPRESS"
In TECHNICOLOR!
ITomorrow I
1 BRIGITTE BARDOT 1
Dick BOGARDE in
"DOCTOR AT SEA"
I In TECHNICOLOR!
Alp g... mg sin Eing I
ON STAGE 8

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- LEADING
H ITTERS
(Based on 75 official at bats)
National League
G Ab R H
Aaron, Mil 31 132 26 61 .462
Burgess, Pit. 29 97 11 118 .371
Mays, S 34 140 31 48 .343
Temple, Cin. 33 135 25 46 .341
Crandall, Mil 31 122 17 41 .336
Pinson, Cin. 33 138 29 45 .32g
Cimoli, St. L 33 132 22 43 .326
Bruton, Mil. 26 105 20 34 .324
D'meter, L A 34 133 24 43 .423
Covington, Mil 29 109 8 35 .321
,
American League
Kuenn, Det.
Fox, Chi.
Colavito, Cie.
Maris, K C
Ka line, Det.
Runnels, Bos.
Ste land, Cie.
Gernert, Bas.
Wood ling, Bal.
Malzone, Bos.
25 97 13 38 .392
34 143 20 52 .161
31 125 24 43 .344
30 117 24 40 .542
32 130 15 44 .338
31 118 20 39 .331
30 104 20 33 .317
29 101 17 32 .517
29 79 11 25 .316
31 124 22 39 .315
Runs Batted In
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs
Aaron, Braves
Robinson, Reds
Demeter, Dodgers
Mays, Giants
36
35
33
33
.32
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators
Triandos, Orioles
Cerv, Athletics
Lemon, Senators
Allison, Senators
31
27
25
25
21
HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Mathews, Braves
Aaron, Braves
Demeter, Dodgers
Banks, Cubs
Robinson, Reds
14
- 1
9
9
8
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Killebrew, Senators SenatorsColavito,
Colavito, SenatorsColavito, Indians
Jensen, Red Sox
Maris, Athletics
Lemon, Senators
14
12
LEADING
PITCHERS
(Based on 3 or more decisions)
NATIONAL LEAUGE
W L Pct
6 0 MOO
4 0 1.606
3 0 .1000
4 1 .300
6 2 .-t5i)
Face, Pirates
Klippstein, Dodgers
Rush, Braves
Mizell, Cardinals
Burdette, Braves
AMERICAP:1 LEAGUE
Wilhelm, Orioles 5 0 MCI
MeLish, Indians 5 0 1.000
.
Larsen, Yankees 3 0 1.00
Grant, Indians 3 0 1,000
Shaw, 'White Sox 3 0 1.0n0
Walker, Orioles 3 0 1..G00
Cricket News
Climaxing another seas'on of
successful operation during which
hundreds of fans were attracted
each week to the keenly fought
contests, the litlantic Cricket
League this Sunday will hold its
"Presentation G a m e" at the
Mount Hope Stadium.
I
The winning trophies will he
presented to the Champion Sur Surrey
rey Surrey C.C. and runnerup Cragwell
IC.C. Outstanding feats in bat'ang
will be recognized and the Fr Frformers
formers Frformers rewarded. There will al.
Iso be prizes for the players with
the most catches and the most
"not outs." The prize winners
Iwill be announced later.
C ha mpionssip Uri's
The matches for the Isthmian
fc,raiteukreet scuhrarmeypiocnschipazhiparalioll
mCaCy. 3w1 ill t ctommeanrcelsoon Sundahy,
a he P a Oval. T e
second game will be played at
Mount Hope on June 7, and a
third contest, if neccessary, will
be arranged.

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Abernathy 18 15 3 .832
Pan Liquid() 18 14 4 .767 1
Jantren 17 9 8 .529 512
Wild Mariners 19 4 15 .211 1112
Mauriclo 20 4 15 .2111112
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TAKING ONE Earl Torgeson, Chicago first baseman, takes
a lOng stretch on a ball thrown by Luis Aparicio to get Red
Sox outfielder Ted Williams out at first. The action took place
during the first inning of the Red Sox-Chicago game in.Boston.

Notre Dame To Televise
All '59 Football Games

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2 SOUTH BEND, Ind. (UPI)
9 Notre Dame University announced
2 today it will televise on a delay delay9
9 delay9 ed bsis all of its 1959 football
games over a national netivork.
The Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh
president of Notre Dame, said the
10 games will be televised over
a minimum of 115 stations from
coast to coast. The telecasts will
originate from WNDU-TV, univer univerns)
ns) univerns) sity-9wned station.
Transmission and network fa

OUTSTANDING PERFORMER
Donald "Little Beaver" Alexander
of the Canal Zone Jidor College
basketball team was chosen the
outstanding performer in this
year's Junior College Basketball
Tournament. Tournament. Don
averaged twenty points per game
and played outstanding defensive
ball. Gary "Hoot" Alexander of
J C. and Jack Burbach of the
Battery D 517th Field Artillery of
Fort Amador each received one
vote of the ten cast by team man.
agers and game officials.
OASIS
lakes you
away
from
Ihe
everyday I

t

oad perfect no-hit no-run game
for by Abernathy to whitewash
th'e' Mauricio Ainbassadorii, 7 to
0, to stay ahead of Pan Liquid
by one full game in- the second
half.
Ausmus whiffed -14 Ambassa Ambassadors,
dors, Ambassadors, made three hitters pop out
and got the other four on easy
grounders. Ausmus first perfect
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cilities will be provided by Sports
Network, Inc., of New York. Be BeIcause
Icause BeIcause of the rules of the National
Collegiate Athletic Association
(NCAA) governing telecasts of
college football games, the Not:e
Dame games will be video-taped
for delayed 'broadcasts.
Richard Bailey, president of
Sports Network, Inc., said that
while no definite times for the
telecasts have been determined,
most of 5hem probably will be
carried an' hour before the tele telecasts
casts telecasts of the Sunday games of the
yr,eofessional National Footosill
Sale and distruibution of these'
telecasts has been assigned to
United Press International. The
package will be' produced by
Newspix, Inc., of New York, with
Harry Wismer, one of 5he na
tion' leading sportcasters, hand handling
ling handling the play -Oaoy,play. Edward
fMoose)1Ctiltua41, -director of',Ith of',Ithletics
letics of',Ithletics at NotriVDame, will supply
the color 'background,
Mims Thomason, first vice
president and general business
manager of United Press Inter International,
national, International, hailed ,the television ar arrangement
rangement arrangement as one that "will en.
able fans to seemore college
football ,aines this season that
any year since the NCAA began
restricting the live 5elecasts of
college football in 1951."
"Now the fans each week will
be able t9 see Notre Danle
against one of the top teams in
the country." he added, pointing
out that the 1959 Irish schedule
includes these oPponents:
Sept. 26, North Carolina (home)
Oct. 3, Purdue, at Lafayette, Ind.;
10, California, at Berkeley, Calif ;
1T, Michigan State, at Lansing,
Mich.; 24, Northwestern (home);
31, Navy (home); Nov. 7, Georgia
Tech (home); 14, Pift at Pitts Pittsburg.;
burg.; Pittsburg.; 21, Iowa, at Iowa Cit5;
28, Southern California (home).
Thomason also revealed that
United Press International is plan plan,
, plan, ning oth3r television sports pro programs
grams programs in collaboration with
Newspix. Inc., which is a sub subsidiary
sidiary subsidiary of Bert L. Coleman As
sociates, Inc., of New York.

t.
game in. the, Poe& $oftball Loop
was against' the Glad Mariners
, on May 5 When he fanned 11
Mariners.
Ausmus has just written his
name in gold in the annals of to
cal sioftball as the first hurler to
pitch two perfect games in 11
days. This strong right hand
hurler has become a menace to
softball batters with his wide as.
sortments, of deliveries and thut
blazing fast of his. He fanned 47
batters in his iak five starts far
Abernathy and run his total to
153 on the season.
Ausmus now has 11 wins and
2 defeats. Hardin, on the other
hand, had Abernathy scoreless
for 4 inning,s until they broke
loose in the 5th with 6 runs on
three hits, including Ausmus' 2-
run double. They added one
more In the 6th on Taht's horn horn,
, horn, en Hardin has 3 wins and 9 de defeats.
feats. defeats. Taht led the hitters for the A Abernathy
bernathy Abernathy crew with 2 hits in '4
tries.
Ausmus in 14 starts for Aber Abernathy
nathy Abernathy has won 11 games and lost
2. Eight of his wins were shut shutout.
out. shutout. He pitched one 6-0 one hitter
and three no-hitters besides his
two perfect games. He also al allowed
lowed allowed only 11 earned runs to his
opposition so far on the season.

Me box score:
M .uricio
Russell, lb
Garcen, 3b
Pucci, ss
Hardin, p
Robbin, 2b
Gonzalez, c
King, rf
Haney, cf
Wincorek,
Totals
AB R H
3 0 0
3 0 0
0 A
5 0
0 3
0 0
0 1
3 3
6 0
4 0
0 0
0 0
3 0 q
2 0 0
2 0 0
2 0 0
2 0 0
2 0 0
0 0 0
21 0 0 18 7
Abrnathy
Tabt, ss
Jones, cf
De la Mater, 2b
Flynn, 3b
Ausmus, p
Girdleson,
Chanct,i;lt
Malene: 2b-ef
Trout, lb
Wood, rf
4
1
1
3
3
3
12
2
1
0
1
1
0
0
2
0 0
9 0
0 1
1 0
1 2
14 0
1 0
2 0
3 0
0 0
o
o
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
o
Totals 22
,7 6 21 3
Score by Innings
Maurieto 000 000 0-0
Abernathy 000 061 x-7
0 4
6 0
Chestnut Arrives
For Santamaria Go
Sunday In Colon
Outstanding US foatherweight
lko Chestnut was scheduled to
work out at tho Colon Arena at
4 p.m. today before Colon Box Boxing
ing Boxing Commission officials and
fight fans.
Chostnut, rankod, sixth amonsi
the world's 126-pounders by The
Ring magazine, fights Panama
featnorweight 'champion unbeat unbeaten
en unbeaten Jesus Santamaria this Sun Sunday
day Sunday in a ton rounder at tho Co Colon
lon Colon Arena.
Aftor today's practice sossion,
tho visitor, a scrappy Negro,
will sign' the contract for Sim Simday's
day's Simday's fight at a boxing cam.
mission mooting.
Chestnut arrived hero from
the US this morning at 3:30,
accompanied by Panamanian
Lloyd LaBoach, formor world
spnnt champion. The fighter was
falcon over to Colon ,soon atter
reaching Iwo and is lodged in
the Carlton Hotel.
It is, undorstood, that he w;11
WI brought back to Panama CI CIty
ty CIty tonight and will work out at
the National Gym tomorrow aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at 4
LaBoach, who mid's in filo
US, made artangements
for Chostnut's trip on behalf of
local boxing promoters Duncan
and Pongelly.
Shortest TD Pass
GREEN 'BAY, Wis. (UPDDon
Huston, who established many
National Football League records
while playing' with the Green Bay
Packers, holds the mark for the
shbrtest touchdown pass caught
four inches.
6 10 1
TODAY- ENCANTO 35 20
mole in,,cinemascope!
' 4-, Pat Boone in
.', INABDI 6RAS"
, ''" Brian Iteitn in
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National Uague

'roams
Milwaulcoo
San Francisco
Chicago
Los Angeles
Cincinnati
Pittsburgh
St. Louis
Philacialphia
Timms W L Pct. GIS
Milwaukee 21 10 479 ..
San Francisco 18 16 .529 412
Chicago 19 17' .528 412
Los Angeles 19 17 .528 4Vs
Cincinnati 17 16 .515 5
Pittsburgh 15 17 .469 Ws
St. Louis 13 20 .394 9
Philacialphia 11 20 .355 10
Today's Games
Milwaukee at San Francisco
Cincinnati at (Los Angeles (2
T-N)
Pittsburgh at St. Louis (11)
Philadelphia at Chicago.
Yesterday's Results
Philadelphia 020 200 003-7 10 3
Chicago 000 001 223-8 12 1
Conley, Farrell, Phillips (0-3),
Robinson and Sawatski.
Hillman, Morehead, Henry Et
ston (3-1) and Suraylor.
4
(Night Game) '
Pittsburgh 002 000 000-2 9 2
St. Louis 002 220 11x-8 12 0
Kline (3-2), R. G. Smith, Black Blackburn
burn Blackburn and Burgess.
Jackson (2-5) and H. SAIL
(Night Game)
Los Angeles 6 Cincinnati 4.
-
(Night Game)
Milwaukee 8 San Francisco 1.
Basilio To Be
At Ray's Title
o
By JACK CVDDY
NEW YOUR (UPI( Carmen
Basilio, and co-manager Johnny
deJohn are slated to be ,star wit witnesses
nesses witnesses today at the continuation
of Sugar Ray Robinson's titles
hearing.
Carmen, former middleweitht
champion, and his co-pilot have
accepted an invitation 'from the
New York State Athletic Cimmis Cimmission
sion Cimmission to attend 4, he session. Et ,was
an invitation,. hot ati- order.
Their readiness to be honored
guests at Sugar Ray's trial may
have been inspired by curiosity
about the certified check for
$225,000 that Irving B. Kahn is
offering Basilio if he'll fight
champion Robinson at Philadd Philaddphia
phia Philaddphia Sept. 21.
Dc John announced Monday
nitht at Pittsburgh that he and
Carmen would be present,. WO WOnesday.
nesday. WOnesday. Johnny and Carmen
stopped off at Pittsbusgh while
Home Runs Play
Vital Role In All
Three IL Games
NOW YORK, May 20 (UPI) 1
Home runs playefl a vital role ni
till
all three Interne, 'onal League
games last night ,, nd, served to
tighten the stall sp.i... ,IC
! '4' ,'
A three-run clout, hy Leonard()
Rodriguez proVided COlumhus with'
a 7-6 win over first place Miami.
The loss lowered the Mirlins'
lead to a game over Buffalo and
lifted the Jets into, a fifth place
tie with Rochester. Al Jacks,m,
relieving in the second inning,
picked up his fifth triumph for
Columbus.
Montreal nailed Rochester, 1043,
on Jim McManus' two-run hem.
er in the sixth inning that allow allowed
ed allowed the Royals to come frOm be behind
hind behind and give Rene Valdes his
second win of the year. The Rov Rovals'
als' Rovals' triumph moved them to wAh wAhin
in wAhin two games of the,t0p, ;
A grand ilaminelkt.LAF TA t,.
Rr;ekell highlighted Aiti r,.elgtit.:run
fifth inning and Alive the RiCh
mond Virdinians A sti '114 tlecl tleclsion
sion tleclsion over Havana.' Ed Dick's sec second
ond second straight win Vaillted Rith Rithmond
mond Rithmond into fourth -olace4',,
Buffalo and 4oronto 'Were net
scheduled. e,;(4' .4 ,41'
LONGDEN RIDES.WINNER
CHICAGO (UPI-Johnny,'L.ongden
won his first stakes meeting
at the Washington Park trileir
since 1945 when he booted fight
in Indian home in the opening
dayleature of the Balmoral meet
ing in recordAving time. 'PU404
Indian was clotted in. 1:09' for hk
furlongs, equalidirviiMarklet,Py
Sun David in 1952:1L'Ar
, A

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IN
1.4K
,Okombil
American League
Teams W L Pct. GB
Cleveland r 20 11 .643
Chicago 21 13 .618 Vs
Baltimore 20 14 ..51111 1Vs
Washington 17 19 .472 Vs
Kansas-City 14 les .467 1 5Val:
Boston t 13 18, .419 7
Nov York 12' 18 .400 7Vs
Datreit 12 20 .37S SPs
' Today's' Games
,
Chicago al Baltimore (NY
Cleveland- at Washington (N)
Detroit at New York
Kansas City at Boston
Yesterday's Results
,
(Night Gam')
Cleveland 030 011 000-5 10 0
Washington 010 000 001-2 7 1
Grant (3-0), Brodowski and Na Naragon.
ragon. Naragon. Griggs (2-2), Clevenger; Pisetit:.'
and Porter.
(Night Game)
Chicago o00 000 100-1 6 40.
Baltimore 020 '00p 00x-2, !1:
'Plerde, (5-3), :1,a1Mait and Lol
lar.
O'Dell (2-2), Walker and Than Thandos.
dos. Thandos. (Night Game)
Detroit 400 200 000-6- 8 '0'
New York 020 001 000-3 12 1 ft
Mossi (2-2) and Wilson,
Ford (3-3), Ditmitr, Studivant
and Berra.
Kansas City at Boston (Post,
poned, rain).
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f 1
Star Witness
Hearing Today t'!
,
enroute from Syracuse, N.Y., to
Weirton, W. Va., where they'll it?,
tend a fight tonight.
Before Monday's hearing wa.;,, 4
adjourned to Wednesday, Robin-
son's attorney, Martin Machat,'
aske the commission to sent for i
Carmen and Johnny.
Machat wants them as ,defen4e
witnesses; who may explain their
alleged reluctance to negottaro
with promotor Sam Rose of
ladelphia and his agent, Harejd
Salking for ,the ghdadclphia
fight.
,,.
Robinson signed a solo contract
for the bout-their third rul:ber
title match-on May 12, and Its
has been offering Basilio the "big,
gest purse of his career" if lieo,.
too, would sign. But Carmen and,
co-managers Dr John and .1,,e
Netro have been regarding the
entire. Philadelphia deal as g
"phony," aimed at saving what's
left of the Sugar man's title.
-
The Nation la Boxing Associa-
tion vacated Robinson's 1pi-'-
poundotitle on May 4 for his
failure to -defend in nearly 14
months. And the independsa
New Ycprk commission would have
stripped him of the rest of hie,
rrown last Friday, '''the deadline,"
were it not for Robinson's shout-
ed guarantees of a fabu!ous :
purse for Carmen.
Accordingly, the commission
instead of vating Ray's title Enday-granted
him this week's hear hearing..in
ing..in hearing..in which he must -porve
ha gone, Ji Mit tO Make the
Philadelphia match.
Along The Fairways
FORT AMADOR LADIES'
GOL
The spring h,andicap tournatnent
for ladies at Ft. amador is all o over
ver over except the awarding of priz prizes
es prizes which will be given to the fol following
lowing following at a luncheon at the Ft.
Amador Officers Club on Thurs
day, June 4, at 1 p.m.:
Championship Flight
'Winner Connie Bishop
"atunnerup Helen Owens
, First Flight
Winner B. J. Nelson
, Runnerup Eve Monteath
Consolation FLIGHT
Pearl I Trim
Runnerup Bobbie Hughes
!,Prizes will also be awarded
June 4 to winners in the ringer
tournament. The last day for plaY
111 this tournament is May 21.
In last Thursday's regular La Ladies'
dies' Ladies' Day play, Jean Sullivan
tame in first with a pet 66, Nell
'Humphrey second with a net 71
and Ethel Perantie and Eve Mon Monteeth
teeth Monteeth tied for third place with a
pet 72.
-Jean Crabb had 29 putts to win
Ole Iow, putts for the day.

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GEORGE TOWV, GREAT EXU
MA, B. W. tislEAIOne of the,
most fun-filled contests is the 13a.,
ham Out Is lanri Regatta.
Native work boats with haftd haftdcrafted
crafted haftdcrafted hulls and patchwork sails
compete for the honer of top boat
on tne bright green waters of this
tropical paradise.
The races are held every spring,
off the village of:.Cleorge TOwin,
130 miles from Nassau. ; e)
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For three daYs, Bahamians race
the same sloops and schooners they
use the rest of the year- to tisk
live aboard and carry cargo and
passengers from island to island
with only wind and sails to push
them along.
IS years ago Linton Rigs, an
,American living on Great Exuma
Island, inaugurated the eyent
Every sport -de- elOns complictited
rule& and yacht racing' is no ex-,
ceptlon. The retan to the basics
is a refreshing change.
lit these races two boats con converting
verting converting heed on inust both tack
and:give way. Marker buoys show
Ina' the course must be rounded
without being hit. Seldom bati
"editing -been as Ample and as
much fun to see, a point clubs
back home might do well to con,
skier.
AJ'visiting fleet of nearly 100
sneetator yachts. some from as
fae-away as Chicago and Bos Bos,
, Bos, ton''.' sailed don this year 'o
watch the evAt and many more
vititOrs arrived by air,. More than
50-Inatire boats compet4,
Before the'stsrt;' aircraft' must
anchor with sails At the
gun, the racing fleet leaps to con confused
fused confused action as anchors and ssils
are,calsed at the same time. Size
of e'rew is up to each skinner.
Sails arc loose footed; hang hangInfr
Infr hangInfr well below the booms and
sometimes into tht water. Qn a

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I EVBRYTHING BUT THE LAUNDRY -- Bahamas unon,
wiut every woe of talliVSS they ean beg or borrow hoisted i
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beat towindward a foredeck man
may be $een hanging over the side,
splashing up even more spray on
the jib to make it set and draw
better.
But it ,is on,e1W rtitOft the wind
that these wor boats really crowd
on all sail in colorful combinations.
"Bahma topsails" sail, mast
and boom borrowed 'from a small smaller
er smaller Nassau dinghy are hoisted
up the mast. promptly followed
by a crew member who scrambles
aloft -to set the t1,extra till!. Some Some'times
'times Some'times an additional mast is set up
nrk deck kits --well when the wind is
astern. e
Mori) sophiaticated !thought not
necessarily better, yachtsmen
from the north watched wita in interest
terest interest as large home made Gcn3a
jibs and the first hints of racing
spinnakers appeared.
One native "work boat" showed
up htillt with lines obviously co copietto
pietto copietto resemble grime- of the fast
visiting racing craft.
She ran aground temporarily
on a sand shoal, however, and the
traditional craft kept their supre supremacy
macy supremacy for another year.

Sports, Briefs

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WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Washington Redskins of the Na National
tional National Football League signed full fullback
back fullback Stan Chapin of Kansas es
a free agent Monday. Chapin
spent the past two years 'in the
Coa.at Guard.

. NOAED REIT OEFiNSEMAN
, NEW YOUR WM) Player.
coach Steve Kraftcheek of the
Rochester Amiericans has been
chosen the Americnes Hockey
League's outstanding defensetuan
for the 1958-59 season in a poll
of the league's press, radio aral
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9-5 Favorite
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To Tofn.-,,B,ack
Reube'n Vargas

SAN FRANCISCO (IPOEddie
Machen, one-time pretender to
the world's heavyweight boxing
throne, goes on the big tune
comeback trail toni ght
when he tangiest' With up-sod-corning
Reuben Vargas in a sched scheduled
uled scheduled 10-round national television
battle.
The bout, pitting ,two local he heroes
roes heroes against each other, is ex expected
pected expected to attract a 850,000 house
to the Cow Palace.
Machen, who was on the road
to a crack at Floyd Patterson'a
crown before he ran into a 'fast
right from Sweden's Ingemar Jo Johansson,
hansson, Johansson, has been installed as a
9-5 favorite.
"I expect to 'knock Machest
out," is the forecast-from Vargas,
1954 national amateur heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight champion.
Vargas, of Mexican descent,
goes into the ring with an unim unimposing
posing unimposing record. He has won 18 (13
by knockouts), but he has lost
six including kayoes by state
heavyweight champion 'M onroe
Ratliff and Pat McMurtry. His
most impressive victory was a
10-round decision last January
over Tony Anthony in New York.
Machen has a 26-1-1 record.
Managed by Sid Flaherty, who di directed
rected directed Carl (Bobo) Olson lo the
world middleweight rrown,: Ala Alachen
chen Alachen has been carefully handled.
His opponents- have been: hand handpicked
picked handpicked and he:was the Nb. 1 ton:
tender for the crown until April
9, 1958, when he was in a draw
with Zora Folley of Phoenix at
this same Cow Palace.
Officials were strongly criti criticized
cized criticized for their decision in that
one, many believing that Folley
had won, hands-down.
On Sept. 14, last year, Maclien
went to Gothenberg, Sweden, and
was knocked out in the first
round by Johansson. That tum tumbled
bled tumbled him all the way to fifth
place in the national rankinga

American legipn
Junior Baseball
Dinner Saturday

NEW YORK 1NEA) A couple.'
The second annual awards la-,
ner of America. Legion. tJun teant New York, we were driving
sf years ago, when the Giants-41a
Baseball,. will be held at the A- Floyd Patterson's t r a i n i n g
merican Legion Club this &Um- camp in the country myself and
day beginning promptly at 7 p.m. Cus D'Amato and his chauffeurl
In addition to the dinner and
Wus can't drive).
presentation of awards there will
be a dance which will begin Ira.
mediatedly following the conclusion ,,,,3 AwL1
of the dinner, i i ., ,..., 0 i N" v
All boys who participated In '-
this year's Junior B a s e b a I 1 16 Se IMES
League sag well as team manag managers
ers managers and coaches will be the ape-
,
.
cial guests of The American Le-
glom
Team trophies and individtial LATIN AMERICA
player trophies will be given to SCHOOL LEAGUE
the members of the pennant win winning
ning winning Westinghouse team of Palla- Albreek- Air Pierce Bass CI.
ma Canal Post One. Also all in individuals
dividuals individuals who assisted- this yeas After another Bowling night for
baseball program, will be present- the School For Latin America
ed with American Legion certift certiftcates
cates certiftcates of appreciation. Bowling League, Cerveza Balboa
returned to the No. 2 spot. This
Many legionnaries and ladies of time by outpointing La Mascota
the auxiliary are expected to at- 3 to 1. That is, they took 3 points
tend Saturday's dinner dance as from the Custom Tailors who by
the date coincides with the Amer. this time should be just about
ican Legions 40th 'annual depart-,
ment convention Which is also be- ready to start bowling, but so far
are still out having' Lunch. For
ing held at the' Ainerican. Legion
Club on Saturday and Sunday. the Beermen, Valdez and Spiros
led the team with 892 and 367 se seThe
The seThe dinner and dance is open to
the public at a cost of $1.50 ries, respecUvelY. For La Mas MasPer
Per MasPer cote, Gonzalez with a 382 and
plate.
Borrego with a 344 deserve all
a 4h. Ase,nolif 4"20 th ah o.o.aa tell vs.. ft st

Basketball Classic
May 30 To Feature
Many Cage Stars

The President of the Republic
basketball classic, which will be
held on May 30 in the National
Gymnasium of Panama City, st
8 p.m., will feature many of the
country's top cage stars, fresh
from their triumphs abroad.
The "cc,mniand Performance" in
honor of the chief executive's
birthday celebration, will feattire
the Veteranos de Panama vs. Los
G,.araemeros de Colon.
President Ernesto de la Guar Guardia
dia Guardia Jr. will present a beautiful
trophy to the inning quintet.
Ths nubile is invited to attend.
, Admission will be free.

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The Strange
Of Manager

!Editor's Not: Constenine
Amato, for good or bed, le tho
most Important man In boxing.
This Is thr first of two-port
study of The Little World of Cus
D'Amato.

By MURRAY OLDIRMAN

LATIN AMERICA
SCHOOL LEAGUE
Albite it' Air Pierce Base CI.
After another Bowling night for
the School For Latin America
Bowling League, Cerveza Balboa
returned to the No. 2 spot. This
time by outpointing La Mascota
3 to 1. That is, they took 3 points
from the Custom Tailors who by
this time should be Just about
ready to start bowling, but so far,
are still out having' Lunch. For
the Beermen, Valdez and Spiros
led the team with 892 and 367 se series,
ries, series, respecthelY. For La Mas Mascote,
cote, Mascote, Gonzalez with a 382 an&
Borrego with a 344 deserve all
the credit for the one point sav saved.
ed. saved. But the Happy bu that
plays for American Supply, are
just that, for they. returned to the
No. 1 spot and they did it by tak taking
ing taking 3 points from Marlboro. Mo Moredo,
redo, Moredo, one of Suppliers continues
to burn the alley., this time with
a 217 game and a 508 series. Mi Michael
chael Michael was the second high score
with a 417 series. For the Marl Marlboro
boro Marlboro Smokers, Di, Paulo led his
tSam wi'h a 479. Second best was
Dturking who ,managed to cut'
down 361 Maples,,--.
Volkswagen stilt ,oCetiniet, ,third
place although ,they lost all 't
points to the Gulfpricie Wildcat Wildcatters,
ters, Wildcatters, and the' Oil nen were blind'
2 player! to boo'. The difference
was the outstandino bowling done
bv Taylor, who rolled way ,iiver
hio average. He turned in a 449
series, the second reason w a s
team captoin Miranda. tie canio
through with ;447 series. For
tho cor-men Burkhalter continned
with bin weekly habit of brooking
SOO. this time by nins. Unfor Unfortunately,
tunately, Unfortunately, the rest of tho team
enniti not get going, Rivera was
the No. 2 man with a 318.
Crawford Azangias ntt 'nes 'nes'bre
'bre 'nes'bre on the Mercurio 1ewolers.
and it ',root good ononeti r 3
points. L'heureux s'artod thinos
I 448 moriAe fhb
Zdinith Radi0M06. :kid (WO blm
o,ith a no For .rewplors.
Teal la otill eloimino reooenton
ao tho ton ocoror wth 444 so sorip,.
rip,. sorip,. Likewise, 'Vigil stoked hio
ps.. aond Ilet ball
with a 379 to his credit.

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Little World
Cus D'Amato

This was when. Willie Mays was
hitting a homer every other day.
So the driver wondered if Willie
would break Ruth's record, and I
wondered. Cus, too.
"Who," he wondered, "is Willie
Mays?"
As manager of the heavyweight
champion of the world, Cus reads
the., sporte,veges ,ell seven Nev?,
YotrOVIPApeivirettett4linlretw
so,- he, takes ',off his glasses, and:
holds the print up close to his nose
and whatever doesn't concern box
ing; he skips.
,
Cult is 51, white all over, with
a little' paunch from nervous over overeating,.
eating,. overeating,. a rugged Neapolitan chin
antt,4',blink In his eyes.
, trittit,410,0teon woV.the title lit
19513; he'never' had- 'pia ce to Cali.
home': Now he's got a neat little
two room bachelor apartment
overlooking Broadway, d000rated
with a lavish bar and a vibrating
chair. There is no bed.
At twtver three in the morning
' if you've beik hut with 'ens,. riu're
reacbt htt,, the seek. CO goes
up- tehis aOqrtment a'nft tisarts
, telephoning the world. His phone
ADM' for one month has been $1,-
500.
He has gone 10 days by actual
count without once getting into a
bed. He simply showers and
Ishaves and keeps going, dozing off
occasionally in a chair.
Why this frantic schedule? Cus
believes sincerely he alone can
make boxing respectable "a "against
gainst "against the evil forces of Jim Nor Norris
ris Norris and the IBC." The court de decision
cision decision dissolving the IBC doesn't
count.
"Nothing's changed in boxing,"
he says gloomily. "Things will get
worse. lais is a lone tignt. As long
as this war lasts, I'm swearing
.off women and drinking because
they're tools of the enemy."
It's a real thing with D'Amato,
One of his inner council confirms
that he's seen Cus come up the
elevator at night carrying papers
over his arm and concealed in
his hand was a knife. An intruder
in the hallway outside his apart
sment once felt the grip of D'Ama D'Ama,to's
,to's D'Ama,to's fingers on his neck.

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Sometimes he goes out of town
to meet people "because I've sus suspected
pected suspected a Wi-e tap put on my
phone by the IBC. Secrets were
getting out."
Cus sees enemies everywhere.
When I asked him how he stays
busy, he said, "I'm trying to grow
a third eye in the back of my
head to prevent 'them' from sneak
ing up on me with a stilet'o."
D'Amato was raised in a tough
section of the Bronx that. spawned
prohibition gangster Legs Dia Diamond.
mond. Diamond. His trother Jerry was a
fighter, but Cus was kept from
the ring bec.ause he lost the sight
of one eye in a street fight at 12.
(
He made a career of rehabili rehabiliating
ating rehabiliating kids from the street. Pat Patterson,
terson, Patterson, an emotionally troubled
kid, was one of them. So was one
of his current stable of fighters

For Fan Clubs
;
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (UPI)--To
aid home town booster clubs and
the like, a "National Association
of Fans, Inc.' has been organized
at Fort Wdyne (P.O. Rox NW.
helpful hints ter, offered on how
to keep sdorts alive the year
'round.

who told hlip4 l'It, it,, hadna been
for you, -:Ctur frail gor;.the chair
by now."
Yet, ironically, D'Amato ven vendetta
detta vendetta against evil has bought only
rdicule in the press, which ob objects
jects objects to his secretiveness and dou-
ble talk.
"I am ridiculed," shrugs Cus,
tonly,,because I oppose the IBC.
triticism is unwarranted."
What has his crusade done for
D'Amato?
"I used to owe $30,000. Now I
owe $50,000 to $60,000."
Is it worth it?
"Don't you think I'd like to eit
and sleep like normal people? At
51, I want to play games?
"Now I will be more cloak and
'dagger than I ever was."

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Classified Ads
Phone Panama 2-0740 for
information about Clas Classifieds.
sifieds. Classifieds. Charge your ad if
you have a commercial
contract
Resorts
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. 're Siphons
' Smith. Gamboa 302.
PHILLIPS Oteaosioe Cottages
Santa Clara it. de P Pitons Pa Pamama
mama Pamama 3-1171 Criotobal 1-1673.
Foster cottages. between Santa
Clara and Rio Hato. New Sew
totes. Phone Balboa 1166.
Houses
FOR RENT:--Furnished chalet
living-dining room, 3 badrooms,
maid's room, garage. For Infor Information
mation Information call Tel. 3-4641.

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' information about CIL,- LEAVE SOCS AD MTN oNS 43IP out AarIkrrs OR OUR OFFICES AT 1S-SI 11' STREET. PANAMA LIBRERIA PRECIADOI Street No. IS AGENCIAt 11,
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yea have a commercial FARMAC1A LUX-164 Central Ave HOESFHOLD EXCHANGEI Fee. de la Onto Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMYJuoto Armament Ave. and U St PAAwit Sat., S. pin. Sat for Sun. 1111, :
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contract mAciA VAN DtR J1S--50 Street Nth 53 FARMACIA EL BATURROPatretto Eeterre 7 Street PARMACIA "SAS"Via Pomo III NOVII.DADEs Awn. OPES'84 weeidays:
Reside Bella Vista Theatre and Stanch at Minimax Super Market en Via Rapala COLON OFFICE: Uth and Antador Gnerrere No. 14221 TeL 4AL
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at Santa Clara leach. Telaphone Hot water instaiation, with heat- door sedan, 6 cyl. standard shift wood Vanstian blinds, for four Also two canary cams' with motor ist Hs Nuevo Hiplotiromo
' Smith, Gamboa 302. er, large porch, maid's room, wigood tiros. Call Gatun 5-490 family or Duplex quarters. Choi,. anis. CaU Balisaa 2194. Urisanizatioto- across the Ramon GUIDE 11'51.01
Elevator service. Two bath- or Qtrs. 236.1, Sibert St. Gates' Call Balboa 3619. haus' 0860-A. Racetrack. AN Iota with strait
FOR SALE: Listing latismus.
Abbillit I f....iola .madlitirtin SI ill:MANI trent& savage, vat, main and

FOR RENT:Completely fur furnished
nished furnished 2 bedroom house for sik
months, starting May 25, nice
, neighborhood. 95th Street No.
4 43, $185.00, Tel. 1-4994 of office
fice office hours.

FOR RENT:Three bedroom
cottage, June, July, August. Bat Batbioa
bioa Batbioa Height& Telephone 2-2872.
ICommercial Sites I
FOR RENT: Professional or
commercial office an ground floor
Edificio Urraci. corner Ave. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa and Federico Boyd, 82 square
meters, $125.00 Call Panama
3-7038.
FOR RENT:--316.80 square
meters, suitable for a warehouse
worksholl, garage, S Street, bet between
ween between Automobile Road and Fran Frangipani
gipani Frangipani Street, close to Auto
Servicio. S235. Phone 2-0481
office hours.
FOR RENT:New commercial
locale. intersection Cuba A
anti 37th Street ble. 19.
Liz, Eddie Have
Gay Shopping Spree
Along Walerfront
CANNES, France (UPI)Eliza (UPI)ElizabeLh
beLh (UPI)ElizabeLh Taylor and her new husband
EAie Fisher had a gay shopping
Spree today along Cannes' famed
La croisette waterfront boule boulevard.
vard. boulevard. The brief visit ishore from the
luxury honeymoon yacht Olnico
was stricijy a twosome. Reports
that Miss Taylor would see her
three children in Cannes turned
out to be premature.
The ehildrenMichael Wilding's
sons Mihael 5, and Christopher,
3. and Mike Todd's daughter
Elizabeth Frances, aged one
were expec ed to arrive at near nearby
by nearby Nice airport.
But tho chil ren were not
aboqrd the plane which was re
ported localll to be bringing them
from New York.
A check at the Carlton hotel
indicated tha: three doubl- rooms
wer- hooked there for Sqturdav
in the name of Mrs. Elizabeth
l'or", Though Liz and her fourth
husband were say ng nothing
ahei thei- tion-,imoon arranee
ment, it was believed th'y mie,ht
.tqy in th- C-rIton
the children, starting Satur Saturd2'..
d2'.. Saturd2'.. It was in Cannes that Liz snent
411'0 honnlimoon with
pilion Jr. in the summer of 1957.
'wo wish third
thu.hand Todd al a rensed villa at
.rn,rhy s'. Jean Cap Ferrat.
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PilvD()N (UPI iehiAries Far Farrpw
rpw Farrpw keeps a simply of wrImon'c
c1,,,n,rc as wrti
hi- bar.
"90PoVor wonr in
Vi,--'rinE OHIO() heels he invites
Fr". tak off her shoes and dOn
tt" dinners.
ri,,,,lained Yesterday
w- !Int about his ens
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'e, txk,, off her shoes and don in rear Janitor arid night 5736' PIPnliragLN.1111' ITY :':..''':
dinners. watchman services Air
--rrow eroained yesterday 0 Conditioning optional Via FOR SALEt-1957 Buick Spec; I UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
nt th'nhin2 abnill his rtl' EStlaritt on 46th block C.Z. invested, radio, wswa, .... ,
'',-- lets, I-et I-to enm,,Ilin 1
office space on second floor excellent inside, outside. duty dutyI
I dutyI flip oilieto heels ruin the ELGA, S.A." GREAT WHITE FLEET New Company needs 20 to 30 outstandingmen between ages 25 and 50 for com- q i.
Frio, casilv financed, must sell.
r,,,,r1 Nor. Cell Ben 2-0600. Otte training for sales positions, sales managers and office .and accouniing man man-
- man- '1 New Orleans Service Sails Arrives &gement.. -.-
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, Unlimited opportunities for those selected..
, MORAZAN May 16 May 23 Your earnings increase as your ability and experience increase. No top limit on
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May 30 June 6
June 6 June 13 earnings. Work in Panama, Colon, David or other cities throughout Republic of
Panama and Panama Canal Zone.
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Advertise in this section Ads only cost $0.85 per col. inch Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo ALL APPLICATIONS WILL BE REGARDED,. AS CONFIDEISITti,64.4AWPRESENT
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FOR INFORMATION CALL 2-0740 EMPLOYERS WILL NOT BE CONTACTED IF yop ,S9 .STATE IN YOUIVWLICA- , 1
New York Service Sails Arrives TION. Personal interviews will be arranged after ,application has been stalied.
Cristobal Send complete resume of education,. experience, languages spoken, family ,status, ,,
HUE INSURANCE AUTOMOBILE FINANCE JUNIOR Maty 19 May 24 civic activities, club memberships,. retent photo. anthotherinjormation als,yt- your- ,,.., 1
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Finance Your New Or Insurance Company ESPARTA June 9 June 14 y
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for rates and information For similar basic low NSLI
Tel. Panama 2-0552 GOVERNMENT Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo c0 APTDO." 819 '":',-:::,., '''' ,4,
Monday thru rriday rates charged by the govern- .4 t .,
a!oo iunt. to I2:06 EMPLOYES FINANCE Co. ment during W. W. II. -I,
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2:00 p.m. to 5:00 CRISTOBALW.C.C.A. FREEDER SERVICE
Sattr-day: 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 LOW RATES UP TO 36 Me. Phone anytime Panama
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AGENCY DEHLINOER A GLOW ROSE DO NOT WASTE TIME APPLYING IF Y,C, DO'NOT 'POSSESS AN OUTSTANDING
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Phone 3-4984 3-4965 LONDON (UPI) A British York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
OTHERS AT THE SAME TIME, CANNOT...BE YOUR'OWN Bps, CANNOTSTAND ,
The OAS All Truest of Auto Insurance I rose grower reported yesterday . ,
and Seattle TO EARN BETWEEN $5,000 atld $1000 PER YEAR.'OR.ARE AFRAID TO I.,BARN.
, he had produced a rose that
. glows. This opportunity Is open to ALL males regardless of race, color' or creed.
Tfianallierican SPECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER FARES FROM
Britain's leading rose hybridist
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rose was almost fluorescent end To New York and Return 6215.00 ,ri,.., ,4. ,,
about you and your family and what you have criiii,1 and Ambers., you have worked
If you Duffer from Getting p
12:30 p.m. mats, )3ektch., Leg Pains, Lees a COU
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Id 1110 seen a quarter of a mile To San Francisco andor Seattle and Return .4400.00 and let us decide whether you qualify.
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rnakoa you feel younger. stronger, and
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FOR RENT: Two Bedroom Apt.
Hot water instalation, with heat heater,
er, heater, large porch, maid's room,
Elevator service. Two bath bathrooms
rooms bathrooms perfect condition. Edi Edificio
ficio Edificio Campo Alegre, Via Espaa
across The Panama Hilton
Tel. 3-1409 Ask for Altman.
FOR RENT: A complete furnish furnisher(
er( furnisher( apartment, with hot water.
Calle 2a Perry Hill. Tel. 2-271 $
and atter 5 p call 3-2694.
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished
apartment, hot water, garage,
ground or opper floor. 30, Ecua Ecuador
dor Ecuador Ave.
FOR RENT:Apartment 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, large living
and dining room, garage, hot wa water,
ter, water, maid's room with bathroom.
S110.00. 55th St. No. 21, El
Cangrens. Telephone: Off. hours
2-0321 after Off. hours 3-7708.
FOR RENT:Modern 2 bedroom
apartment in El Cangreio Devel Development.
opment. Development. All screened and hot
water installation Further parti particulars
culars particulars call telephone Panami 3-
'1946. After hours 3-6737.
FOR RENT:--One bedroom NA,
nished apartment; livingroom,
kitchen with refrigerator, stove,
hot water, bath and tub, garage.
Via Espaiia No. 20-22. Phone 3-
,1037 beside Popular Clinic SI00.
FOR RENT:In Canareio, tyro
bedroom apartment, two bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, maid's room with bath.
room, dinnette and parch. Raquel
Building, Tel. 2-2379.
FOR RENT:A large. comfort comfortable
able comfortable apartment it has one bed bedroom.
room. bedroom. closet. living room. din dinning
ning dinning room. porch, and kitchen.
All furnished Will rent only to
a serious and responsible person.
La C Avenida Jose Gabriel
Duque No. 12. Telephones Pan Panama
ama Panama 3-1043 and 2-1045.
FOR RENT:---Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, Via Porras No. 99, Tel.
3-2068.
FOR RENT:Bella Vista. two
bedroom, apartment, completely
furnished, blot water, 81.408.0.0,,,
Tel. 3-3839.
FOR RENT: Campo Alegre.
new one bedroom apartment.
completely furn;.hed. hot water.
8,10.00. Tel. 3-3839.
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FOR SALE:--1956 Firnouth 4
door sedan. 6 tyl. standard shift
stisposid tiros. Cali Gatun 5-490
or Qtrs. 236-1, Si bort St. Gahm
S1100.00.
FOR SALE: 1957 Chevrolet
Bel-Air, 4 door sedan, 6 eylindor,
standard transmission. $1450.
Sgt. B Rodman 3252.
FOR SALE-1950 Cadillac se sedan,
dan, sedan, new tailpaige. Excellent tires
and engine, good economical
transportation, $350, best offer.
84-8159 see at 916-C Ross Rosssau
sau Rosssau FOR SALE:-1958 White Im Impala
pala Impala rtible Chevrolet Lead Leaded
ed Leaded re aaaaa ble. leaving June 1,
call Cristobal 3-3207.
FOR SALLSunbeam Alpine,
sport car in fine condition. For
information call 3-1141 betwoon
9 and 5 p.m. and after 5 ifm
1-3069.
SBUY & SAVE MONEY FROM$
SSAUTOS EISENMAN, S.A.S$
1958 Chevrolet Bel-Air 4DR,
HT, dual speakers radio, tutone,
WSW tires, leather upholstery.
Excellent condition.
1958 Dodge "Coronet'' FUT
Coe., Power steering & brakes.
torque flits, radio, WSW tires,
Plastic seat-covers, Excellent
mechanical condition.
1957 Plymouth, "Plaza". radio,
WS wall tires, 6 cyl., Excellent
condition. Tutonc
1957 Oldsmobile Station Wagon,
4DR, HT, WSW tires, "Fiesta"
power brakes & steering, low
mileage, radio, power packed.
Very good ear.
1957 Chevrolet. 4Dr, Station
Wagon, 6 O.. stand. trans. ra radio.
dio. radio. WSW tires.
1957 Chevrolet-Station Waeon,
2DR. 6 tyl. stand. trans. radie,
WSW first, Very economical
car
1957 Fee6P-Dooalx(tisileimlissit;
6cyl. tratit.tradle,,WSW
tires, Excellent condition.
1957 Chevrolet "Powerglide,"
6cyl. radio, Wi$W tires, Vert'
good buy.
1955 Ford Convertible "Sun "Sunliner"
liner" "Sunliner" stand. trans. 8 tyl. radio,
W SW,,tirte';'
1955 Ford "Victoria" HT
Coupe, Fordomatit-trans. Ityl.,
radio, WSW tires. Excellent
condition.
1956 Pontiac "Catalina" 4R,
HT VS, Hydrarnatic trans., ra radio,
dio, radio, WSW tiros. k
See Johnny Hall.
Sales Manager
Open all day. Next to Coca Cola
Co. Te Is. Pma. 2-2616 2-4966.
FOR SALE-1957 Ford Custom
300, clean, low mileage, radio radioBaiboa
Baiboa radioBaiboa 2384.
FOR SALE:-57 MGA dark andi
green. sport coupe, 18,000 miles.
84-4160.
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet
Impal a, powerglide, power powerbrakes,
brakes, powerbrakes, power steering, wonder
bar radio, rear speaker. white
sidewalls, heater, 15,800 miles,
$2350.00. Ft. Kobbe 5171.
FOR SALE: 1953 Mercury.
good condition, 5500. Sea at
house 559 Corozal or call 2--
3086
FOR SALL-1955 Ford station stationwagon,
wagon, stationwagon, t oassengere. Perfect
condition. Si 300.00. Call 3-
5736.
FOR SALIE:-19$7 Buick Special
C.Z. invented, radio, wsw,
excellent inside, outside. duty dutyf
f dutyf tee, casils, financed, must sell.
Call Ben 2-0600.
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Insurance Company
MILITARY PERSONNEL
For similar basic low NSLI
rates charged by the govern government
ment government during W. W.
Phone anytime rename
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A GLOW ROSE
LONDON (LIPI) A British
rose grower reported yesterday
he had produced a rose that
glows.
Britain's leading rose hybridist
Sim McGredy, 27, said the new
rose was almost fluorescent and
could be seen a quarter of a mile
away.
He said it had taken him five.
thousand tteedlings to produce the
new, almost pure, orange rose.
He named it "Orangeade'
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Miscellaneous 1
FOR SALE:Assortoil metal and
wood Vanotian blinds. for four
family or Duplex quarters. Cheap.
Call Balboa 3689. house 0860-A.
FOR SAMStereo record plat plator.
or. plator. four-speed, combination ra radio
dio radio speaker. records. $175 cask.
Cooper, Balboa 3624.
FOR SALLHeathkit 25 watt
amplifier and preamp. Like new
560 00.0 GaiTard changer RCIIS
525 00, 2-3290. 5775-1, Dia Diablo.
blo. Diablo. FOR SAL1:--Piano, in very good
condition, Baldwin Acrotonia.
34th Street, To lc 1-4947 and
3-0672.
FOR SAL.1:Used sot nuttchod
MacGregor golf clubs. 4 woods,
8 irons, putter, old bag. 870.00.
Phone 3-6631.
FOR SALE:Frigidaire, all por porcelain.
celain. porcelain. sop d compartment
for fr $60.00, 45th Urine
No. 45, Bella Vista.
FOR SALE:--1950 Ford. excel excellent
lent excellent mechanical condition $300.
1957 Ford. all warn, including
trunk unit, air conditioning, now
Lambrefta motor scooter, new 14
ton Coldspot air conditioner.
1956 Pontiac station wagon, six sixcollent
collent sixcollent condition. Sylvania Hi Fi
set, $50. Call Curundu 4198.
FOR SALL-2 Singe sewing
machines, 2 aluminum Venetian
blinds 5' long 712' wide, 1.59
long 6' wide, as is. House 5409,
Diablo Heights, Tel. 2-3012.
FOR SALE:--Floor safe manufac manufactured
tured manufactured by Herring-Hall-Marvin
Safe Co. One (1) size, 16 inches
deep, 16 inches wide, 22 inches
high. Price $100.00. One (1)
size 24 inches deep. 30 Inches
wide, 42 inches high. Price
S1115.00, excellent condition.
Contact Mr. Manning, Sears Roe Roebuck,
buck, Roebuck, S.A. en the Transisthmian
Highway, Phone 2-0931.
FOR SALE:Exceltior accordion,
120 bass, excollont condition.
0855-A, Balboa, phono, 3551
ittort p rot L'
FOR SALE:"56" h.p. Mercury
with gas tank, excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, $95.00. Also ladies winter
coat, new, $20.00. Phone Balboa
2387.
Sliecral Offers
WANTED: Spanish. English
spooking bookkeeper accountant
for employment Balboa must tyPt
answer with qualifications and
solar, ex ccccc Box 5013 Cris Cris,koloaq
,koloaq Cris,koloaq C.Z
STORE CLERK: Not older than
30. Experienced. Do not apPhr
without references. Cia. Panama PanamaAa
Aa PanamaAa de "Talmo, S.A. Rio Abaio,
next to the Rio Theatre. From
9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
WANTED:Experienced stenographer-typist.
Excellent oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity and salary. Write P. O.
Box 6774 Panama, including pic pictuns.
tuns. pictuns. Animals I
FOR SALEBeautiful year-oli
Filly. Call 2-211111 or saa at Pa Pacific
cific Pacific Sad lia Club.
WANTED I
WANTED:Maid to take charge
of house and hvo children. Call
Rottman 3640.

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FOR SAL.1141-111, console tvac
Also two canary cagas with
atania. CaU lama 2194.
FOR SALE: Liaving lethmus.
Furniture is excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. Phone 3-3936, Sra. M. A Aroutine
routine Aroutine AL
FOR SALE:--G.E. rafrigarator
S90. Kenmore automatic washer
$30. 6.1. moos $20, after 4:00
p.m. Gamboa 6-198.
FOR SALE: b RCA automatic
washer dryer combination. bads,
chest and misc. 2-3571. 3-6333.
FOR SALE: 1 Sorrel electric
double door rofrigerator, good
condition. Best offer, call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1432 offer 4.
FOR SALE:Stool tank 300
pal, with gaups. fill switch; 7
aluminum louvers 2'x3"; lava lavatory;
tory; lavatory; 2 stool bunk beds; 2 largo
ship lights, red. groan. korosene
or electric. Balboa 2-1630.
FOR SA1-11:Large equate metal
dining table $500; metal desk
85 00. Balboa 2-1824.
FOR SALE:---Six strand Rattan
living room sot. Jose Duque Ave Avenue
nue Avenue No. 21. Apt. 4.
Ike Signs Bill
Boosting Roilroord
Pensions, Benefits
WASHINGTON (UPI) --'President
Eisenhower yesterday signed
a bill boosting pensions under the
Railroad Retirement Act by 10 per
cent and raising jobless pay bene benefits
fits benefits for rail workers 20 per cent.
The bill, opposed by the ra.1-
roads and sought by rail unions
claiming a million members, also
provided an unprecedented 52
weeks of unemployment compen compensation
sation compensation for laid off workers with
15 or more years service.
Labor Secretary James P. Mit Mitchell
chell Mitchell visited the White House
shortly before the President
signed the bill. Afterward, he hur hurried
ried hurried to a nearby hotel where AFL AFLCIO
CIO AFLCIO leaders were having lunch to
give,them an advance tip on the
good news.
Railroads had urged the presi president
dent president to kill the billon grounds it
would impose an oppressive tax
load on them. But some Republi Republicans
cans Republicans in Congress were said to
have asked' Eksenhower to sign
the measure.

Speculation Rife FBI Will Make
Arrests Soon In Negro's Lynching

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POPLARVILLE, Miss. (UPI)
Local specualtion increased yester yesterday
day yesterday that the FBI is about ready
to make 'arrests in the lynching of
Negro Mack Charles Parker.
Sources close to the FBI here
said "several persons" would be
arrested soon. There was no offi official
cial official confirmation. Activity by doz dozens
ens dozens of FBI agents working on the
case appeared at a near stand standstill.
still. standstill. State Atty. Gen. Joe T. Patter Patterson
son Patterson came to Poplarville yester yesterday
day yesterday and conferred with FBI and
local officials.
Before meeting with FBI offi officials,
cials, officials, Patterson conferred for an
hour with Pearl River Count y
Prosecuting Atty. William Stewart;
Dist. Atty. Vernon Broome, Pop Poplarville
larville Poplarville Mayor Pat Hyde and Sher Sheriff
iff Sheriff Osborne Moody. The officials
then went to FBI headquarters.
Patterson, the first high state
official to arrive on the scene of
the lynching investigation, said he
came talk with the federal
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Meany Hints Hotta
Advocated Revolt
WASHINGTON (UPI) AFL AFLCIO
CIO AFLCIO President George Meany
Tuesday indirectly accused Team Teamsters
sters Teamsters President James R. Hoffa of
advocating "revolution" for pro proposing
posing proposing a nationwide strike if Con Congress
gress Congress applies anti-trust laws to un unions.
ions. unions. Meany elso said the Teamsters
never would be readmitted to the
AFL-CIO as long as Hoffa heads
the big union.
He was asked to comment on
Hoffa strike threat, ssued at a
regional conxiention of the Interna International
tional International Longshoremen's Association
(ILA) in Brownsville, Tex.
"That's a pretty good indication
that we were perfectly right when
we kicked him out," Meany said.
"The AFL-CIO is dedicated to
the American way of life and that
includes our representative sys system
tem system of goveTnment," he said.
"When legislation- is enacted that
we don't-like our policy to
seek changes thriugh that system
and not through revolution."
Chairman John L. McClellan (6-
Ark.) if the Senate Rackets Com Committee
mittee Committee termed Hoffa a "would-be
dictator." McClellan, who is work working
ing working on the kind of legislation op opposed
posed opposed by Hoffa, said he doubted
that Congreskiwould be Intimidat,
ed by the Telmiter boss.
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agents about alleged "h aras s sment"
ment" sment" of citizens by the FBI.
The FBI would not comment on
the meeting, but Patterson and
Broome said the federal officers
flatly denied any intimidation of
citizens.
Parker, 23-year,old Lumberton,
Mias4rtruck driver charged with
raping a white woman, was taken
from the Pearl River County jail
here April 25 and was shot. He
was abducted from an unguarded
jail cell by nine or 0 masked
white 'men.
The FBI entered the case almost
immediately. Parker's body was
found nine days later in the Peqr1
'River, 20 miles west of here. He
apparently was slain soon after
his abduction.
FBI agents questioned a number
of persons at length last week. Re Reports
ports Reports that two of thoce questioned
suffered illness, possibly as a re result
sult result of the interrogation, brought
complaints that citizens were be being
ing being harassed and intimidated.

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Q. I am 27, married, have a
child and- am interested in buy buying
ing buying a hume which sells for $17,-
000 and can be purchased on a
VA loan for, $750 down. Month Monthly
ly Monthly payments would be $113, in ineluding
eluding ineluding rflorgige and taxes. 'I
earn abot $6,4000 a -year aid
hold Al 'and-1., Phillips, Mo Mohasco,
hasco, Mohasco, Diners Club, Sperry-Rand,
Grayson Robinson and Mack',
warrants. Should I buy a home'
Now? Or wait until I get a larger
down payneut.? Should I sell
some of the stock? Are these
shares rigiefor.lme?
A. I'd liotii'foi$buying theliouse
now. Ycu're Yohng married,
couple, with a child. That spar;
a house of ,your owo,
Certainly, the 4rloittblir ;pay ;payments
ments ;payments seem within-your011eans,
although of course 100u:better
count on heat, repairs, inSurance
and water.
I think instead of waiting to
accumulate a larger down pay payment
ment payment you could raise more funds
by sellirl -the Mkelt.yarrents,-.the
Grayson and DinersGidb. ,, t
Then make a promise tO your yourself
self yourself that you will put into Stocks
regularly the amount Ard money--
you saNe by cutting down your
mortgage. t
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tle about,,stoCks.f.,14 hl", 1,-
000 sharei,of. a s6a, ',WV, and
it goes td.$2 the:'Inext clay,',can I
sell immediately, or mtistzi wait
a certain length of time? Must
I pay the broker $1,000 for the
original purchase, or could a
transaction of this type'take place
without, infiney 4Volved?
A. You4eakeeir al stlitetilto
seconds afteT you biiy it:
As to the second part of your
question
A purchase of stock must be
paid for witian four days after
the date of purchase. Even if
you already had a profit and
sold the stork almost imioiediate imioiediately
ly imioiediately after you bought' iti4Yott Ould
still ha-ie tte-settel)the-brokee your
check kr $1 000, before you- could
receive the proceeds...
Q. 'am -fi widow,. 67, intend
to reside in an institution where
my yearly costs will run from
$2,700 to $3,000. I own sizable a amounts
mounts amounts of Alco Prqducts; Canada-bry.
Co04er Carbeir, Com Commercial
mercial Commercial SoWellt-s,
Steel, Keyes Fibre, McCord, Mont-,
gomery Ward, Portland, G. E.,
Robertshaw-Fulton and Ruldolpli
Wurlitzer. My income last year
was $2,320. Since I have no child children
ren children or relatives it has been sug suggested
gested suggested sell out my holdings, put
the proceeds in savings banks
and draw on interest and capi capital.
tal. capital. But I am afraid of inflation.
What would you.4400A,
A. There are several waye to'
approach this problem.
If your arrangement with this
home is a lifetime contract, them,
of course, you would not be
bled by inflatielisilli.,J9V.F. cests
would tliep
If thinls Po'ir,the
' tijink yotimustA.11-16
out of Your,,flitias. You -tstiOula
start by cleaning up your Oder,
folio, selling .such issues as Com.
mercial Solvents, Erielorge, KeY
es Fibre McCord. Ru olph Wurr
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litzer whixh are either not Tel:,
tirement auality or', de flotilla)
enough.- Robfrtullaw-Ilton
excellent grewth -vitt) kiv
is not a generous yielder, but
could be retained for its appre appreciation
ciation appreciation possibilities.
You could either mit these
funds into high grade utilities
and retail chains, or (since you
have no beneficiaries) buy an an annuity
nuity annuity which should show you a
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ACP Ind
Advocate Asbestos
4lleghanT CorP
Aluminium Ltd
Amer Cyanamid
Amer Motors
Amerrset .and Tel
Anaconda Coppet
Arkansas-Fuel
AVCO ,Mfg
Bittt Steel ,,'
oliettinger Corp,
Bicrott Uranium'
British Pet
Burroughs
Canadian Eagle
Celanese
Cerro de Pasco
Chicagoo,Great West
Chrysler
Cities Service t
Coastal Caribe
Colgate Palmolive
Colorado Fuel
Creole Pet
Crown Cork and Seal
Cuba n Venezuelan 'Oil
Du Pont
--El Paso Natural-Gas
Fairchild Engine
Fargo 011
Felmont Pet
General, Dynamics
General Electric
General Motors,,
Xeneral Plywood
f Oil
-Harsco Steel
Hayden Newport
Howe Sound
'Imperial Oil
Intl Pet
Montrose Chem
New Eng Tel and Tel
Northrop Air
Olin Mathieson
Prncoastal
' o Pan Israej
Phillips Pet
Pure Oil
RCA
Reynolds Metal
Royal Dutch Shen
San Jacinto
Servo Corp
,Shell Transp
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Sinchdrs Oil
Socony Mobile
Verry Rand
Vabdard Oil MT
StOling Precision
Studellaker-Packard
Superior Oil
Texas Gulf Prod'
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Moschir Ito,
ty a double hull hullbit
bit hullbit developed by 4
carry hot ore in
s is delivered a
wkatures of over
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Tees before load.
1st said an inner
insulated from
the ship, per.,
o, be loaded hot.
' protect tho
on the ship which
dessa, the broad.
Ian six per cent.
lave some invest.
ncome and tho
toed stocks5 you
eiothasthowolidth g eat t
ix per cent on
at least part of
offing inflation.

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dio said yesterday a double hull hulls't1.41,113
s't1.41,113 hulls't1.41,113 ba,d,lheeti developed by 4
'the.: uoidnerd'cirry hot ore in
. ,s
its hold,
Usually the Ore is delivered al
the pier at temnetatures of over
'1,200 degrees tithernheit then
cooled to 100 degrees before load.
ing. The broadt,ast said an inner
et
lin p completelninsulated from
th lea-A0,0;61 the ship, per. 11
?ni ,the hhrtete be loaded hot.
' t itif I
gpecial screens protect tho
crews' quarters' on the ship which 1
is operating at 'Odessa, the broad.
cpst said.

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talessfists44411,4,pave some invest.
ment in fixed income and the
balance in tligood,stecke5you
retain.
It seems to rite, that with a
little rejuggling, you should get
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your money:with at least part of
it capablemfloffsetting inflation.

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THE INTEREST being taken in the Balboa bridge construction is indica ted by this large group who attended a pre-bidding conference on the
bridge substructure. Representatives from many of the Iargest United States construction firms sent representatives, as well as mapy con contractors
tractors contractors and suppliers of material from Panama.

Herter Sweepingly Denounces
Russia's Cold War Peace Plan

GENEVA, May 20 (01)Sectetary of State Christian V. Herter branded Russia's
draft peace treaty today as a 'package proposal for the permanent division of Ger Germany."
many." Germany." Authoritative conference sources said the secretary delivered this sweeping denun denunOaticm
Oaticm denunOaticm of the Russian plan to the Big Four. conference after pressing privatly for secret
and intimate talks designed to open genuine East 4est 'bargaining over Berlin and Ger Germany.
many. Germany. The text of Herter's speech was not released at ones.
The source' s said Herter spoke for about 15 to 20 minutes and gave another detail detailed
ed detailed review of the West's own Cold War pack age peace plan which offered Russia global
troop cuts and security in Europe in exchange for a Berlin new deal and reunification
bermany.
At the same time, the secretary was sa id to have explained again in painstaking
fashion why the free West is determined to continue to reject Russia's own package
Nan The West insists this would mean kee ping Germany permanently divided and COn
damn 17,000,000 East Germans to permanent Red rule.

- With the conferees apparently
'in P. hopeless deadlock over how
tai' approach a settlemen of the
broad German and Europ?an
problems, diplomatic attention be began
gan began to focus on the prospects for
some sort of Berlin truce.
Even on this narrower issue,
the rival ideas were reported to
be in sharp conflict.
itr' Authoritative sources siad SON' i.1
eign minister Andrei Gromyko,
n, a private talk two days ago
with Lloyd, offered thr?e tempor temporary
ary temporary "solutions" for Berlinnone
of which the West would take.
The Russian official proposed:
..1. Withdrawal of Western forc forc,
, forc, es from West Berlin; or

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2. Inclusion of Soviet troops
in the forces there; or
3. Stationing of a whlly nitu nitu'rat
'rat nitu'rat force in the city.
Lloyd, on behalf of the West,
immerliately rejec'ed the three
"solutions" as entirely unaccept unacceptahle.
ahle. unacceptahle. Meanwhile In Moscow, Premier
Nikita Khrushchev told a groin,
of American nusinessmen that the
Geneva foreign minister confer conference
ence conference will succeed "or wn would
not have agreed to particinite."
Khrushchev predicted 'hers
never would be a war between
the United States and Russia.
H said Russia was ahead in
rockets now but conceded that

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the United States "will not re remain
main remain behind us long."
The Sovte' leatser Ictrenast in increasingly
creasingly increasingly greater democracy .10r
the Soviet Union as its standard
of living improved. He insisted
Russia wanted nothing but to
compete with the West economic economically
ally economically in peace.
He said UN. if the fore;gn min ministers
isters ministers do not re?eh alreement
immediately they should work un until
til until they do.
But Khrushchey compared- the
West's package peace plan with
hiaxl-' Ark.
"It contains all sorts of ani animals,
mals, animals, clean and unclean," he
said.

HIS NAME WAS ADAM
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- FIRST MAN TO
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WHY IS IT THAT
MOTION, PICTURES
WHICH,DEAL WITH
LIFE AS IT REALLY
IS ARE CALLED
SHOCKING!

tir- with COOtin (Wow Steveni Wk. Ke ithi troll Oriel Written for the screen and produced by
And introducing MAUREEN STAPLETON
,, DORE SCHARY
Directed by VINCENT J. DONEHUE
0.;. ARQnelfite Prndlicer WALTER RUTS -- RELEASE UNITED AR,TISTS

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US, RP Engineers & Suppliers

At Bridge Pre-Bidding Confab

Representatives from some Of the principal construction firms
in the United States, Panama contracting firms, and ,suppliers of
construction materials attended a pre-bidding conference yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon with Canal officials on the Balboa Bridge substruc substructure
ture substructure contract.
The meeting, held in the Training Center in Balboa, was con conducted
ducted conducted by Lt. Col. R. D. Brown, Jr., Engineering and Construction
Director, who is the Canal Company's contracting officer.
Also attending were various Canal engineers directly con concerned
cerned concerned with the bridge proJect, representatives of varios other
Canal Company-Government units, and Richard Hebenstreit, of
Sverdrup & Parcel, the bridge designers.
Plans and specifications for the big bridge substructure, con contract
tract contract for which bids will be opened June 12, have been issued to
about 40 interested firm&

In his Opening statement,
Brown inyited questions from
the audience. i
After a general dietission Of
some of the maJn features of
the contract, he called special
attention to the availability of
some local subcontractors and'
the fact that many local firms
have the capability for per performing
forming performing excellent subcontract
work.'
As in Previous( notice to
prospective bidders, he call called
ed called attention to the Panama
manufacturing plants for steel
and cement.
He said that he hoped the
Panama plant would be able to
provide reinforcing steel for the
bridge work.
To do that, he pointed out,
will be- necessary to quote at,.
tractive prices and provide steel
to meet ASTM specificatiohs.
Each heat of steel to be used'
will be tested to determine if it
meets the specific& tions as
would be done Inr any steel
used in a structure of this im importance,
portance, importance, he said.
"It is also true," 3rown told
the group, "that Panama has
a fine cement plant. We are
requiring Type II cemerd. I un understand
derstand understand that they are now set
up to make 'rype II cement.
"We will test it and we hope
it proves to be .just aa good as
their Type cement now being
produced. We feel that the
will make you'an attractive, loW
bid for furnishing their prod product."
uct." product." Some of the technical details
of 'the work were discussed at
-some length by Meyer S. Slot Slotkin,
kin, Slotkin, chief of the Specifications
and Estimating Branch; Elmer
B. Stevens, who has been apr
pointed resident' ,engitieer for
the bridge constrrictiOn;'A. R.
Nard, chief of the -Civil Engl.-.
neering Branch; and R.
Stewart, Canal Geologist.
Special attention was call called
ed called to the safety factor to be
required on the bridge con-
struc tion and Brown an-'
flounced that the contractor
,

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Shows:
3:00 4:02 6:34 9:06 p.m.

At G. AL
PRESENTS:
A picture that you
will never forget!

Mrs.
MINIVER"

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Greer Walter
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would bo required to employ I
s safety:engineer for the stib stibstructure
structure stibstructure wokk.,
At the closeof his talk, M. F.
Millard, safety representative of
the Engineering And Construc Construction
tion Construction Bureau, also spoke briellT
on safety requirements.
Relatively few ouestions were,
asked by those attending the
pre-bidding conference. Several
points raised during the meet meeting
ing meeting are to be covered by ad addenda
denda addenda to be issued which will
be furnished to all firms having
obtained copies of the plans
and specifications.
For the benefit of visitors
here from the 'States, arrange arrangements
ments arrangements were made' for a tour of
the bridge site and of concrete
aggregate sources at Gamboa
and on the Chagres River.
The representatives were also
invited to inspect the core sam samples
ples samples removed during the course
of the subsurface investigations
preparatory to issuing plans
and specifications.

LOSES TITLE FAST

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (UPI)
Martha Fay Tyler was named
Jefferson County "safe-teen
driver" and was presented with
a foreign sports car. She wrecked
it six hours later.

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with
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stnd
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be practical for women. They.
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April Traffic Rises
96 Ships Over 158;
10-Month Record Up

The number of eteeall going
transists, the amount of cargo
carried, and the tolls collected
during the first 16 months of the
present fiscal year all showed a
substantial increase,. according
to official figures released at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights this week.
Transits for the first ten months
of the year totaled 8,135 ocean
going ships, of which 173 were
U.S. Government owned. The to total
tal total was 171 ships more than the
number making the Canal transit
during a similar period last year.
Cargo carried on ships using
the Canal during the 10-month
period came to 42,405,895 long
tons, an increase of nearly 1,580,-
767 long tons over 'last year.
During the first ten months of
the fiscal year 1959, tolls col collected
lected collected on all ships making the
transit from ocean to ocean total totaled
ed totaled $38.180,285.36. Of this, 8831,076
was tolls credits on U.S. Govern Government
ment Government owned ships.
The number of ocean-g oing
ships using the Canal dining the
month of April came to S52 as com
pared n 758 transits during
April, 1958.
Anril. 1959, total. however.
was 58 ships less than the record
n 906 nePnn goino ves vessels
sels vessels which passed through the Ca Canal
nal Canal In March, 1959.

Weather Or Not

This weather report for ttut 24
hours ending 8 a. m. today Is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographie Branch of the
Pariami Canal-Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High 87 85
Low 76 81
HUMIDITY!
High 93 88
Low 63 81

WIND:
(max. mph) NW-16 N-18
RAIN (inches) .01 .01
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) SO 83

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LAKE ELEVATIONS:
.
Gatun Lake 83.49
Madden Dant 217.44

BALBOA TIDES
THURSDAY, MAY 21
High

Ht.
15.8 ft.
17.1 ft.

Time
2:14 a.m
2:34 p.m.

Low

Ht.
0.4 ft.
-0.9 ft.

Time
8:34 a.m.
9:06 p.m

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ficer officer rose at down, put on
his German general's uni uniform
form uniform and drove to staff
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"oi headquarters in Berlin.
Every day he solved logis logisi
i logisi tic problems for-the Ger-'
man High Comm'Ond ;..
and every day for nine
thousand and one hundred
and hventy-five days he
sent a secret message to
the British War Office sometimes through the
Aid without a scruple sometimes through the
man without a name who owned the clock without
face. This is the history of "THE 1WO-HEADED
SPY" opening tomorrow atthe LUX.

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, A CHANCE IVOR CHARITY Purchasing a ticket mane Na.411 ,::
Relief Fund' Drive raffle is Canal Zone Gaij. W., E. Potter,
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(right), who succumbed' to the salesmanship) of Mrs. Robert!.
P. Shimp, president of 'the Naval OfficerakVillves- Club. ,Iflair-0,..- 44
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Rear Adm. Lewis S. Parks, new commandant of the Ittiv''Na,.t, 4,
val District. A new 1958 automobile And, four other to1)4,alue,,,o;i4
prizes will be raffled off June 8 in thifldrawihrtihrtaxb3r, the' V.
Navy's annual drive for funds for its NaVy Relief Society. 4.1.
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Tribune Edifor's Someingineering
Funeral Tomorrow Constmclion Units
At St. Paul's -k4A
move io La !soca,

Funeral services have been
scheduled for tomorrow for the
late Sidney A. Young, Panama Ci City
ty City editor and publisher who died
Monday night at the home of a
friend in Parque.1,efevre.
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A lodge ceremony la lbu lbuducted
ducted lbuducted over his body temorrow
morning at 11 in the Manchester
Unity Lodge Hall by the member
of Loyal Excelsior Lodge, MOM'.
Following the ceremony, the bo body
dy body will be taken to St. Paul's
Church, where it will lie in state
until 4 p.m. when funeral services
will be held. Burial of the 60-yearold
Jamaican editor-publisher-
the weekly Panama Tribune will
take nlace in the Jardin de Par
Cemetery following the funeral
services.

Mr. Young's Adopted daughter,
Mrs. Claudina McIntosh, W3S
scheduled to arrive this afternoon
from Jemalca,,,, where she had
been vacatitniing iiith her hus husband.
band. husband. U.N. delegate George W. Wester Westerman.
man. Westerman. Mr. Young's associate edi editor
tor editor for the weekly, has sent word
that ho will be arriving from Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, in time for the funeral
tom orrow.
Mr. Young is also survived by
his Mita. hici son David A
and his sister, Mrs; Ruby- Rich.
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