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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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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' Seeks oloycol ditions encountered on the Isthmus
' have been 'kept'iminind. ,, ay

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The union, which is affiliated
with the International Transport
Federation, complained that own owners
ers owners of vessels registered in Pane- Ca Pit
Is ma continued to violate PanaM3-
nian labor bitvcand that the nau- Coun
tical inspectordoes not fullfill his
functions properly. lAk.11!

Accord- ing to the union, the ins inspector
pector inspector ,does nothing but 'tang a.
round,the Labor Ministry and "is
unable to board Panamanian-ill
vessels which, transit the Canal.
- In the re,soltition,,calling for the
boytott, the umon also sought an
interview 'with the' Minister of
Labor, Health and Social Welfare
"to try to find,13-solution to the
grave problems, confronthit Pana Panamanian'
manian' Panamanian' merchant sailors.
,
'The -resolutiom, said' the union
had sought twoyrevious interviews
with the Labor, Minister and had
received no, answer.

CliastIiiNsl

' 'Crackdown. tiets11
Big Time Mobsters,
WASHINGTQN, May 21 curry-1
twenty-seven Mg name racketeers,
some alleged' to have Mafia
le
connections, were, routed out of
bed in :a coast-to-coast raid today
and arrested on charges of con conepiring
epiring conepiring to obstruct justice.
-,
They were among the more
than SO mobsters- who attended a
gangland convbntion at the hilltop
home of Josenhliarbara, at Apa Apalachin,
lachin, Apalachin, N.Y., in:November. 1957..
Attorney .Tweneral William
Rogers saa fa announcing the na nationwide
tionwide nationwide crackdown that all 25
were charged' in an indictment re returned
turned returned in federal district court ;in
New -York City ',of :conspiring t
evasive testimony 'about the, ,Apa ,Apaobstruct
obstruct ,Apaobstruct justice by, givbig false,
lochin,.critne convention, ,
Three' of, thOse" indloted on the
conspiracy' charge also were ac accused
cused accused in- separate counts in an in indictment
dictment indictment of lying to police au
thorities investigating : commit committees
tees committees it end vand juries.
Barbara ,was, named in the. in indictmnet'
dictmnet' indictmnet' as .s' to-conspirator- but
8 Will not named, as 4, defendant.
The, 21 were accused...specifics!.
ly of impeding. 'justice by refus refusP
P refusP ing 'what ,went on at the
meeting in Barbara's home.
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Panama-Flag Ships t hthre de3a, daepttes, wheaeves developed
k f
,4 $ nary work which took in detailed
$.
The National,Maritime Union of scale draivings and field trips in
Panama today requested the Pa- the' Canal Zone and Panama.
name federation of Maritime
Workers to boycott all ships sail- Models on display at the Civil
ing under the,PantoArilan fleg to Affairs building were constructed
protest, government '"Indiffetence by-students Jose Mendenhall, Bal Balin
in Balin solving the problems of Pena- bino 'Caldito, William Ferro, Carl
manian merchant sailors." Berg, Kenneth weeks, Michael
, Norton, and Roland Eisen.

Capital's Complex
Councilmen Case
Continues Cloudy

Minister -of GOVernMent and
Justice Jose D. Bazan was!
scheduled to receive a visit ear ear.this
.this ear.this afternoon from the al alternates
ternates alternates -to the Panatha City
Councilmen elected to office in
1958.
.
The Councilmen met last
night And later' iseued a CQM CQMmunique
munique CQMmunique 'saying they would
nieet again today. and formally!
extend the 90-day leave they
had request,. in February and.
woUld install their alternates
into !office.
'Meanwhile, the Councilmen
who were appointed to office
by former -gov.. Jose Cajar Es Esealk'at
ealk'at Esealk'at the height of a' muni
etplit' ruckus whicn started on
'Feb. '18.,when a -greup of citi citizens.
zens. citizens. took ever City Hall in pro protest
test protest Over the alleged mishan mishandling
dling mishandling of city funds, seem to be
determined to stay in office,
BaZan said he would receive
the delegation of alternates but
would make no effort to arrive,
at an immediate decision.
He added that the govern government'
ment' government' would' seek every; legal
means to solve the 'pmblem
With due' attention to municipal
autonomy.

La Oir, Gar4en :
Rentals Now Due
hiCtiiiilaoile

,
'reminder that. the armual
rental of all agricultural land
and garden plot licenses in the
Canal Zone Is now due- hu
been issued by the License' Sec Section
tion Section of the Civil Affairs Bu Bureau.
reau. Bureau. ,
.
thee. rentals, the 'reminder
stated,.,must be paid not later
than July 1. All licenses which
are not paid by that date will
be terminated without excep-j

"lAt the people khow the hitt h andthe country' is safe --

Perspective rasvidgs :o ouses
e ' t h
are the, work ot Barnuel Sgto.:,
'rileexhibit viiii be ,on ,display
ut the ,LibrartIVuseum untiL. the
end of Illay,-',, A a : .. 4 ,- ,i
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Sayi Boeingflikled
B-52 Bomber Pr ce

WASHINGTON (ITPI) Comp Comptroller
troller Comptroller General Joseph Campbell
told Congress today Boeing
Airplane Co. submitted to the
government target costs for B-52
parts which the company knew
were $59022,465 too high.
It was the fourth incident cited
by Campbell in the past two
weeks in which -aircraft companies
were accused of submitting over overcharges
charges overcharges to the government. The
others were Lockheed Aircraft
Corp., Cessna Aircrat Co. and
Engineering and Plastics Co.,
Norwalk, Calif.
Like most of the other firms,
Boeing issued a general denial of
the charges. The comptroller gen general's
eral's general's office keeps an eve on gov government
ernment government spending for Congress.
Campbell's report said Boeing
made some adjustment in its tar target
get target costs after his Hite starred
making inquiries. Unless further
adjustments are made, he said,
the government still will have to
pay excessive costs anounting to
an estimated $1,211,530.
"Boeing did pot disclosecto. the
Air Force and the Air Force did
not obtain and consider the in information
formation information on the lower subcontract
prices which was known ,to the
coreractor at the time tilt price
proposals were submitted,' he
said.

Foreianers Can Get
New Cedula Photos
At Rail Station

Foreignens who have applied
for the new Panamanian identifi identification
cation identification cards (cedulas) were being
notified today that they can now
be photographed at the Panama
Railroad station at Fifth of May
Plaza.
An announcement limued today
said the only requirement is the
presentation of the stub given to
them at the time they made their
applications..

PANAMA, It; P.; TITURSDArt:MAY,.21, 1959

Students Caii
Day Off
For Homage

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'rhe makings of a conflict
loomeetoday as a result of a
communique orde ring high
school students to stay away
from classes for 24 hours start starting
ing starting tomorrGw.
The communique, issued by
the Panama Students vadera vaderation,
tion, vaderation, said it was intended to
"pay homage to student mar martyrs
tyrs martyrs and as a protest over the
existing, conditions in the
countr3."
TomOrrow is tbe anniversary
of the most serious of a series
of clashes which started be.,
tween the students arid the Na National
tional National Guard on May '19 lett
year,
One student was killed on
the first day of the clash and
by the time the disturbaices
ended a total of eight-persons
had been killed.
The students have been ob-'
serving the anniversary of the
clashes since Tuesday. The ob4
servance will end with a threes
day student congress which
is scheduled to get under way
tomorrow.
, The school stoppage order ordered
ed ordered ,by the federation. is in
sharp contrast with a state statement
ment statement issued last night by
Edueation Minister Carlos Su Sucre,
cre, Sucre, who said classes Would
-be held es must oniorrow,it
N9 ,tedg, 1,9 .1111,
tailtAlrbettro strippagW.-
but 'Some sources dot ,the Opin Opinion,
ion, Opinion, that a conflkt might arise
if any disciplinary measures-are
taken, against 'the litgly, school
students who answer the fed federation's
eration's federation's call and stay away
from classes tomorrow.
'rhe federation's communique
stild that "in ,coromon accord
with, the University Students,
Union and the High School Stu-1
dents Union the Federal Execu Executive
tive Executive Council had resolved "to
manifest the grief and the pro protest
test protest of all Panamanian students
over the May masacre."
Tomorrow's observance by the
students include, a night rally
in Santa Aria plaza.

Canal Company Asks
Bids For' Wiecking
Old lone' Buildings
,
A number el old bisildifigs in the
Canal nne, including the two
former Special Engineering Divi Division
sion Division structures in Diablo Heights,
are being offered for deinolition
and sale by the, Panama Canal
Company;
The twoo 'buildings at Diablo'
Heights will be torn down to make
room for the new Diablo Heighs
Elementary School which will be
built on that site next year. These
buildings recently housed the mo model
del model room, and several units of the
Engineeruig and Construction Bu Bureau
reau Bureau and the Office of hte, Comp Comptroller,.
troller,. Comptroller,. Also to be demolished ,on the
Pacific side are, two one-family
cottages located in Ancon, the
former Cocoli relict Station, a
forMer warehouse ailed in the In Industrial
dustrial Industrial DivisiOn Area in Balboa,
and the former Central Office
building on Roosevelt Avenue in
B alboa.
On the Atlantic side. buildings
scheduled for demolition and sale
are a lamer women's bachelor
quarters in Rainbow City and twod
12-family quarters, one in Marga Margarita
rita Margarita and One in, Gatun.
Bids oti this project are sched scheduled
uled scheduled to be opened May 25 in the
AdministrationfBuilding at Bat Batboa
boa Batboa Heights.

Civic Council Officers Tell Potter
Zonians Over-Extend Their Cridit

,
The Congress oft Civic Councils plans to conduct an edu edueational
eational edueational campaipt designsti to make Canal Zone entployes more
alert to the dangers of over-extending their ,credit Gov. W., E.
Potter was informed duting his monthly meeting7 with Latin
American Civic Council, OfficerS.
During the executive meeting in the Administration Build Building
ing Building board room this wvek, members of OW Congress, stattel
that an ever growing natnber of employes are finding' their
salaries attached, like merchants because they. went too deeply
in debt.,
The meeting was devoted pnniarily to discussing Various
desired comMunity improvements, particularkr houlity and
youth centers.

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DR: HOWARD MITCHELL, conductor of the Washington Na National
tional National Symphony OrcheAra is greeted UP011 his arrival In pan panama
ama panama last night, by Roque Cordaro, director of the Nations:I Con Conservatory.
servatory. Conservatory. Cordero's prize winning symphony will be on tonight's
program when, the orchestra performs at the Rio Theatre. The
orchestra is making a tour through Latin America on sPecial Pan
American WOrid Airways vlaneS,
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SpOliony'Dovinbeat Will Not Signal
Slaiks-Shucking In Street Tonight

"Doubtless- some. comic event
will occur to lend a touch of sauce
to the serious business of sympho symphonic
nic symphonic music," said an official last
night at the Panamanian-North A American
merican American Cultural Center.
But concert goers who arrivw
at the Rio Theater early tonight
in the hopes of selling musicians
doffing their clothes outside are
in for a disappointment.
The dressing trunks of Dr. How Howard
ard Howard Mitdell and his national
Symphony Orchestra from Wash Washington
ington Washington will be housed in the thea theater
ter theater basement.
Assorted stacks of scenery and
miscellaneous stuff which had
been stored in the Rio's basement
when New York Philharmonic Or Orchestra
chestra Orchestra played there a year ago
have been cleaned out to make
room for the dressing trunks.

Coco Solo Theater
Closes Sunday For
Cindifloning

Capt..' G. Abbott, Assistant
Port Captain in Balboa, will act as
Port Captain and member of the
Board of Local Inspectors during
the absence 'of Capt. J. A. Flen Flenniken,
niken, Flenniken, 11811$: it has been announced
by the Marine Director.
During this period, Captain C. S.
Hutchings, USN, Port Captain in
Cristobal, will act as Chairman of
the Board of Local Inspectors.
k Captain Flenniken will be absent
from his, office on local leave for
approximately one month begin beginfling
fling beginfling May 21

E. G.'Abbott To Be
Port Captain While
Chief t Vacations

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Coco Solo Theater wi'.1 close
after the last show Sunday
night, May 24, for a period of
aPPMximately 30 days to per permit
mit permit the Contractor to install air
conditioning equipment which
was removed recently from the
CristobarKheater.
the time that the
theater is,,closed at Coco Solo,
films will be shown every night
at the Margarita Theater and
five, lights each week at the
Gatun neater.
The Work being done at Coco
Solo Theater is part of the Con Contract
tract Contract 'awarded in February to,
Wright Bathers of Colon for
thealterations to the building
as well es the removal of the
air tonditioning equipment from
the CristObal neater and its
reinstallation at Coco Solo.

There will be no repetition of
last year's l'affaire trouser
whop three score fiddlers and
horn-blowers were forced to
change to their wet stage cloth clothes
es clothes in public street after a
drenching rainstorm.
Mitchell's 107 musicians include
about 14 women, among them
Mrs. Dorothy Stahl, second cellist,
who accompanied Mitchell and
other orchestra officials to the
Cultural Center for a brief chat
with newsmen last night.
The orchestra group came fresh
from their late plane, and were
still lugging their flight kits. Be Besides
sides Besides personal well-wishers they
had been given a send off by a Ty Tyrolean
rolean Tyrolean Band in Washington yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. The orchestra was me, at Tocu Tocumen
men Tocumen by Prof. Roque Cordero, di director
rector director of Panama's National Ins Institute
titute Institute of Music.
This is the first stop on the
musicians' 12-week trip to 18 La-tin
American countries. They
will give 60 concerts.
Crowded out of Hotel El Pa Paname
name Paname Hilton by the Cepal del delgates,
gates, delgates, the musicians are hous housed
ed housed at Tivoli Guest House.
Their first concert starts at the
Rio Theater tonight at eight.

Opus Auto

For the concert of the Washing Washington
ton Washington Nationat Symphony Orches Orchestra
tra Orchestra in Colon, it has been announc announced
ed announced that cars may be parked in the
Cristobal Commissary area on
tomorrow night.
There will be a shuttle bus serv service
ice service from 7:20 to 7:50 between the
Cristobal Commy area and Co Colon
lon Colon Theater.
Immediately following the con concert,
cert, concert, the shuttle bus service will
be, available, for thos,, wishing to
return to the Commissary area in
Cristobal.
For the Panama City con concert
cert concert toniclit there will be amnle
parking facilities at the Rio
Theater, and all parkinq will be
handled by quickly attendants.
National Guardsmen will be on
hand to see that traffic moves
quicitly and safely.

Special Inspectors
TO Be Ploced On
Danamo Proiects

,Acting Comptroller General E Eduardo
duardo Eduardo McCullough declared yes yesterday
terday yesterday that he will put special
inspectors on all projects being.
undertaken by the government.
These inspectors will report di.
r!ctio. to his office nd will keep 8
watchful eye on all mailers rela
tive to personnel and construction
material

Throughout the world
more people buy
StagnintS.V.0.
-than any other
imported whisky.

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Panama's Cepal
Spokesman Plugs
Permanent Show

A permanent trade fair displaying products of an
Cepal nations may be established in the Coln Free Trade,
Zone. There may also be periodic international exposi expositions
tions expositions there to stimulate the exchange of goods produced
in Latin America.
The idea was debated today by Cepal's committee on
economic dev,elopment when it considered a resolution
introduced by Pommel.
In support of the resolution, Panam6 delegate David,
Turner' Morales stressed Panama's strategic position as a
desirable site for such a permqnent international exhibit
of sam'ples of Latin American dutput.
Cepal sessions are suspended this afternoon while
delegates cross the Isthmus to visit the Coln Free Zone,
They travel alioard a special Panam6 Railroad train.
ComMittee sessions continue tomorrow morning, with
the first of 'the closing sessions of the main Cepal body
scheduled tentatiVely for afternoon...A second plenary is
expected Saturday morning, with the final meeting pro projected
jected projected for Saturday evening.

Turner outlined how an in international
ternational international olisplay in 'Colon
could help Latirt America tp
Itind new mark jor ,the
'Psal ()tour Mallets" and be become
come become familiar with and com compare
pare compare what different nations are
fabricating,

He also stressed Panama's
excellent iransportation facil facil:ties
:ties facil:ties "with at leist 2ti ships
daily" passing through the
Panama Canal to world ports.
tip to now, he said, a great
bulk of the business in the Co Colon
lon Colon Free Zone has consisted of
the marketing. of United States
products to Asia. But this' othor
field should be stimulated. And
to this end the Panama govern government
ment government may have its own exhibit
in the Free Zone.
Panama's initial resolution

$100

A $100 fine and a 20 day sus suspended
pended suspended jail bentence was meted
out at Cristobal Magistrate's
Court today after a long time Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal employe and U. S.
citizen was found g uilt y of
drunken driving for the third
time.

Woodrow W. Rowland, 45, of
Gatun and a long time Locks
Division employee insisted he
had not had too much to drink
and itrmodiately following his
arrest et Getun requested a
blood chemical analysis to as astablish
tablish astablish a:cohol, content in the
bloodstivem.

Although the test may be re requested
quested requested of police authorities here
most suipects drunken drivers get
only a comprehensive verbal exa examination
mination examination as well as the time
honored "walk the straight line"
test.

The analysis clearly established
that Rowland had been too much
celebrating.

In addition to the fine and a
one year suspension of driving
privileges. Rowland was placed on
probation for one year, any viola violation
tion violation of which can send him tok jail
for 20 days.
His last conviction for drunken
driving was in. 1955.

CZ Handicapped.
Committee Spends
tt1764 In 4 Months

The Canal Zone Committee for
Aid to the Physically Handicap Handicapped
ped Handicapped spend $1,764 during the first
four months of this year. commit committee
tee committee treasurer J. E. Steiner report reported
ed reported today,
During the same period the com
mittee received individual dona
tions of $290 in addition to its U United
nited United Fund recepts of $3,500.
Expenditures during the four
months period were: adthinistra adthinistrative
tive adthinistrative expenses, $12.50; hospitaliza hospitalization,
tion, hospitalization, $528; therapy, $218: miscel miscellaneous
laneous miscellaneous and transportation ex
oenses, $508; and orthopedic ap apoliance,
oliance, apoliance, S4SL

"I

FIVE CENT

was amended in two respects.
At first it provided that meM-'r
ber.' IOVbp, me n't of Cepa
, consideb:'theposSibill ty
and advisability 'of establishing
the proposed Colon exhibition
to display Latin American prod products.
ucts. products. But on the suggestion of
Venezuela this was amended VI
include products from all mem member
ber member governments.
Venezuela pointed out the
non-Latin American members
could not be expected to bring
Latin goods to such a show.
On the suggestions of Guate Guatemala
mala Guatemala and others, the resolution
was also broadened to include
the suggestion that membet
countries consider putting on
such exhibits not only at Colon,
but at other free ports which
may have been, or may be es esthblished.
thblished. esthblished. Argentina, Paraguay and Uru Uruguay
guay Uruguay took part in the discus discussions.
sions. discussions. The committee also passed an
important resolution looking
toward the eventual establish establishment
ment establishment of free compulsory edu education
cation education for children of all mem member
ber member nations.
Various resolutions relatlig
to technical aid were passed.
The committee on economic
sectoris devoted its session to
atomic energy and electric
power potentials.

The
Judge's Bench

Two 'Panamanian women who
failed to appear in Balboa Ma.
gistrate's Court today to answer
charges of trespassin at the
Ga m boa Com missary forfeited
bail. Elcna Bermudez, 45 and Be.,
nilda B-!rmudez de Mendoza, 43
were tk, twe women, and in each
case the court ordered their $15
bail forfeit.
Another Pa na m a ni a n woman,
Catherine Weir. 47, was found
guilty of tref,pass at the Pahiso
Commissary Annex and fined 510.
Hube-t J. .iordan, 23-vearold
America', soldier was fined $10
for fainire to keep to the right
while passing a vehicle on Illoo
sevelt kvenue
Francisco Delveccio Jr.. 57, Pa Panamanian
namanian Panamanian drew $15 fine for
turning too abruptly on Gaillard
Highway before such torn eciuld
be made wiih reasonable safety.

Customs Official
"Jaims Contraband
On Rise In Pana MO

Panama Customs sources have
reported an alarming increase In
the smuggling of Canal Zone com commissary
missary commissary supoties.
Six smugglers were arrested ow.
rr a three-dey period last wet.
the sources said, and a large
quantity of contraband goods had
been confiscated
The confiscated items are kali
to include rice, soap, canned
tomato paste, salad oil, sugar and
other consumer goods.

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Sir:
For a few months now I have been debating whether to defend
, Balboa High School and its students from the unjustified letters
about them which have been appearing in the Mail Box, or to forget
abou', the letters It has come to the point where I think it unfair
that scandalmongers have branded BHS with a reputation it did not
We. befcie they decided to invent more gossip than is really kleces kleces..
.. kleces.. leery to keep t,his world spinning.
' The ccandalmongers should be asked these questions:
1! I. Who is the guardian of each Teenager?
2. Whose responsibility is it to bring up their sons and daughters
Iron the right lines?
- 3. Who is supposed to set a good example for the younger gen-oration?
By the time the scandalmongers are through answering these
;Spestions, it will have dawned on them that responsibily for the
4ctions of the OAT percent to 10 percent of Teenagers who give BHS
.1-e bad name lies with their parents.
): Balboa High School is a welj accredited School. It has a good
tudents Association and ROTC (with nice, responsible girls for
;fiponsors). BHS can also brag about its past and present football,
:baseball, basketball and track teams, not to mention its enthusias
Ple cheerleaders (again nice respectable girls).
1. Some readers are probably saying by now: "What about the
',filings that gu on in the Balboa Theater, or at the Team Club, or
other places beyond the school?" With the possible exception of the
leen Club, it is again the parents' responsibility to control their
1,4hildren's conduct.
As for the Teen Club, of which I am a proud member, it was or or,ganized
,ganized or,ganized with good ideas in mind. It is run by a board of adults. It
)1as a good constitution and good rules. Anyone who infringes these
1,eules 'dinciplineel in some way, usually by suspension for some
;time. Scardalmongers who still have complaints about the club, and
teeny Al! nt to do something about them, should take their gripes to
memb,r of the board of governors.
Some kins aren't the angels their parents would like them to'
but no narent can expect his child to he more angelie than he,
himsc1f If Teenagers' parents would (mit trying to mind Teen Teen;Seers'
;Seers' Teen;Seers' businnss. maybe the Mail Box would be rid of some of its
rtidiculous letters. 1
rtvO

,t Faithful to BHS.
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i! PARA'S() AND,PANAMA
'Sir:
11 I have just finished a good meal of codfkh, akee. yam. two.
tied salt nork with the vegetables nrennred with coconut oil. Now
sit back in my ease chair and light my nitrb piled with good quail,
,, ity jackass rope from Jamaica.
!! As I so relax I can't helo but Qbserye with satisfaction mY small
..
i ',but neat Paraiso apartmcnt with all modern facilities for which I
- ay a low rent. Looking out the window I see the fine school and
$ thletic field where mv children obtain a good edueation and have
..';'''.
4 he opportunity to indulge in snorts. Out in the street I see the police
i :
,-., dtass by, snd across the Canal I hear the sound of firearms as the
i.:. ,,Iloidiers engage in target practice.
,t,
ill 1 feel sLie and secure. But there is a tinge of sadness as T count
..), y blessings for I can't help but think of my brother who lives in
i:.;',. 0 anama.
.1 s He pays more rent than I for one room with community Melt.
44
1', : ies. HiF children must play in the streets and in the school they
, ,t' 4
,; .. ttend then. is so much noise and bedlam and lack of discipline that
.:.... ., ey learn little tither than the latest methods of fisticuffs.
4 ,S I rezret that there is so much difference between mY inOthet
' ::,-. l nd I. II works and lives under the system of feudal barium and
. 4 oney eh-angers whiie I live under the regime of Uncle S'ant.
I The ce,mparison reminds me of an old saying: 'IPeople get the
lt
.. ::'" ind of government they deserve." It seems to be tent in, tho final
it
' '- ralysis.
I
: ,. Uwe is as much difference between Panama City for the work4
.:' ins Min and where I liye as I understand there i sbetween west and
' iazt Berlin.
Lucky Luke.
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,idney A. Young's passing has created a vacuum among the
ckfendeis of minority gik,,ups in our community. fie never prostian prostianed
ed prostianed the honor of itthe press nor betrayed the sacred oaths of -fraternalism.
suggest the Paraiso Mutual Aid Club, The Panama Newipaper NewipaperMan's
Man's NewipaperMan's Union, the Rotary. and Lions Clubs Aind all other interested
ttligious, civic and fraternal groups to form a "Sidney,Young Foundation-
to grant educational scholarships litAis name, 4nd also to
plan the erection of a monument to this great defender of human
dignity.
Perhaps, too. an educational center could be named in his honor.
Young dedicated his life to the defense of the underprivileged
and to honoring the dignity of man.
I fervently hope President Ernesto de la Guardia Jr., will see fit
tO approve the posthumous award on one of his eountry's decerations
tO this men who was his brother's keeper.

Benjamin P. So ley.

To the "end" sometime.
On the night of Feb. 14, the gilt-haired queen' demon demonstrated
strated demonstrated the various ways in which she could participate in clas classical
sical classical entertainment as a solo performer with the 'rene..tion
em a "sharp" and "flat" symphony of a jingle-jangle-J.ngle
bcde, waltzing through a fashionable beep-bop exhibition of a
rock and roll jam session, by rocking the silence with the rolling
thunder of a royal dancing ball that kept jamming the gutter
with the consistency of a beer-loaded kisser that hugs the street
each time the lamp post gets away.
The terrific pounding on the alley was a queenlY reign of
terror that had drenched trip noble lass with heavy drops of
sweat effervescing from eachonook and cranny crAlger Amazon
posture and poise. The drumming sound of the rattling
in the gutter was not exactly as sweet as the rbyn'INnic airs' of
art enchanting Christmas carol, but the steady be,,,40eat-beating
shook the hot tin roof free from all the cats aneloaches so
that the joint was then left Jumping with a Meatless skeleton
ln spirit only mental spirtt!! Wtuit'ebe could be
left of any man when the thought of three 4441 eelments
crash together and wear away the flesh?? Tlitlifree highly highlyspirited
spirited highlyspirited elements that are guaranteed to drairVta0one's flesh,,
naturally, would be the collaboration of: a lontbeer, a strong
dear, and a big long spear.
10f course, could only enjoy those e ."tti n entalthre-
77' ;19448'
yl, because well how strong would you feet i you saw the
not sizzling to floor a pinboy's pins by hurling the manager's
bowling ball all over the alley?? Wouldn't you be beat mental mentally,
ly, mentally, too?? All right then. You can fully understand why I was,
a mad dog left bone dry as a raisin entqtAtinally-,4,4mrecited,
not even abel to shed one tear in a Alue Rib151Moiteert 4 .0
I still can't figure out why some poor angels throughout'
the world will keep griping about the high cost of living, and,
then waste their valuable time and energy,on the penniless
pleasure of bosOing.
The next true rocking chair memory will be a flash back
to the night of February 25 wnen the Junior College class in
dramatics staged their annual play for the public -- including
this constrictor, who will speak of what he saw from these neu- 1
tral eyes.
Tomorrow the chosen numbers Will appear withAt review
of the fourth rule of the charity raffle that depletes and reploys
the monetary statistics of one group of people into the waiting
hands of another group thus the Lottery prevents inflation-I
ary conditions by counteracting them with deflationary instru- 1
ments that cut holes in pockets and purses losing numbers.
F. J. K.

Labor News
And
Com- metits I

By VICTOR RIESEL

Destiny rides again on trou trouled
led trouled southern roadsleaving be.
lin(' some dead men, wounded
women, shattered cars, ,dynamit ,dynamited
ed ,dynamited homes, burned-out mill proper proper'
' proper' ty and an ill-tempered mood
which may soread items the
land.. For months now industrial
wars, observed by the FBI and
contained by divisions of Nation National
al National Guard troops. have raged a across
cross across three statesNorth Caroli Carolina,
na, Carolina, Kentucky and a section of
Tennessee.
Because of reports that almost
51,000,000 worth of oronerty has
been damaged during these wars
a coal strike led by John Lew Lewis'
is' Lewis' United Mine Workors and 'the
orina struooled led by William
Pollock's Textile Workers of A AmericsI
mericsI AmericsI have lust spoken to
the aides of Kentucky's Goy.
"Hanny" Chandler and North
Carolinn's Gov. Luthor Hodges.
I checked because there can be
no double standard towards
bloodshed and violence. If Jim Jimmie
mie Jimmie Hoffa's Teamsters had dis dispatched
patched dispatched rovino envoys into the
i states and hnd been involved in
the rile battles. we'd all be call call!
! call! ing for narachuto troops.
1Pollee files in the executive of;
,fices of both states wera read to
me. They reveal that the State
Police and highwav patrols have
themselves been attacked. Go Y.
Hodges' office tomes that at
least 15 State Police cars have
been dam a ged by rifle fire.
rocks, hottles and other missiles.
In Kentucky. a orowd of over
500 miners, &scribed as unrulv.
surrounded rolico cars on AprIl
124 near Vombs. They let the air
out of the tires so the cars
couldn't be maneuvered
In a roord-on on violence in
the Textile Tin;An ol Hen Henderson,
derson, Henderson, N the Governo
files revealed that ono woman
work'''. inside tho narriet
and -Henderson Cotton Mills n(4,1
shot in the breast- by bullet
which entre throngh a window.
Two bulb-linos. on. used as 8
norserv the of work working
ing working mothgrs and the other R
storehouse-. hut(' been Avnamited.
Backs of aotomobilos have
been blown, off. Thoosards of dol dol'ars
'ars dol'ars worth o' damago heen
inflicted on oars on non-striokers
by rocks dynamito nnel hevv I
ball bearinos heaved David Bite
by slingshots, acid has been 1
floured over comnany ',nit n
"cavdino" mpeistnes. nvnamite
went off ondor the kitchen of a i
non-striker. 1
There hove been a mhoshes by (
rifle sound-s. morror too thronnh I
'hp Itendercnn enen--",ri'v where I
qtrikerg h"vo hPni hors fon.
Lurk r;flee with (1-..1nv thnr,
INrequse thpro ,havn hne. no
;" nr 'niChf," Thr.
Stale Pollee bolieva tbot silo
shootings nod evna,,itinsis are
terror tactics 'n frlsitnten off non nonorikors
orikors nonorikors or ,,retuoinn bv -nen
smr.rtino-1404Nt ',Ord (tt4nbs

But the 1Cen4neky story ls
more rthPstlit Two rn,,n
been killed in the coal war. Three
ctrikers have 1,en Prrsc',,4 on
-hares ot:;"inn,,Iqe
rtreek. Cr... rin,piqh.d six 'prcon
ihp noVen 0;4 r.e n r el
'000 00n worth ot wi to a
tri-P tionle rePe 1717,H Kir.
Thep, have been piPht coqii,t
dynamitinns. tb oolic
records. lvrar "ern KY.. an Px Pxnensivo
nensivo Pxnensivo 100-wPtt roin 4P-nemitt,,r
was blown un -ion,' with a fon fonfoot
foot fonfoot antenna belonging to a mine
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opPrator.
Then on Mow 4. 'bp onerators
Wnil from Federal Jude,. 14.
Chnrch Ford -temnorlry in inifiction
ifiction inifiction against the n'ekoting It
was issued at Jackson. Ky,, and
witt bp argued on Jno,,
There is no doubt th,t John
T,ewis is unbannv over the vio violence
lence violence in the battle for another
two donors a day: in wages which
the small mine owners say they
can't pay and stay in business.
If Lewis was not ea grr to end

DAILY
MEDITATION

Presented by the Department
of Christian Education of the E Episcopal
piscopal Episcopal Church in the Mission Missionary
ary Missionary Diocese of the Panama Can Canal
al Canal Zone.)

Romans 1:7

SERVING THE KING-II

"To all that b in Rom, be
lovod of God, called to ba saints
Grace to you and peace from
God our Fattair, and the Lord
Jesus Christ.'
When we say that people have
different "gifts, We really mean
it, for our ,talents and capacities
are not things that we arn or me merit
rit merit or choose They are gifts of God,
to be used for our good and the
good ol others.
1 When a young person prepares
,to choose his life's work, it is na natural
tural natural for him to ask, "What do I
like to do? What will I enjoy?'
1The Eophisticated will ask, "What
will give me the most money?'
But the Christian has a different
question. He asks,'What does God
want me to do?' The mower to
this question is one's real voca
iipn, and it is the only onw which
411 completely satisfy.
Whatever your work in the
woi lo, you can still serve the King
in the doing of it. Whatever your
profession or trade, remember
that it is not your only calling,
In whatever your vocation, you
are "called to be saints." The navy
moistry in our day (if It is a reat
13- "New') is to show the world
'tow a Christian doctor (lawyer
merchant acts. This is the minis
of every layman.

rat PANAMA AMERICAN AN INTEPENDEN'E DAILY NEWSPAPER

INDAIIMASHINGTON
:MERRY-Go-RQUND
1 1 DI" PEARS"

IWASHINGTON When Winston
Churchill, aged 84, sat rerninisc rerninisc.ng
.ng rerninisc.ng in the Whitt House.. with
Dwight D. Eisenhower, aged 68,
med. conversation naturally ,turn ,turned
ed ,turned to their old wardme cOmrati2,
r ield Marshal Montgomery., I.
was Churchill who brought up
the subject while sipping a glass
of iced tea. The brandy he hsed to
consume when he visited ; the
Whi e House in Roosevelt's ,day,
at the rate of one bottle an even evening,
ing, evening, was not in evidence.
Nor did the old British war
horse clomp down the hall of the
White House living quarters in
his slippers with his red and .gold
bathrobe flapping over his 'rotund
tummy, as he did when he psed
to drop in at Roosevelt's droor.i
at all hours of the night to cohfer
on war problems. Churchill was .s,
late in, his nocturnal conftr
ences with FDR that the Join'
Chiefs of Staff tried to keep a
man in the Whi'e House until afte.
midnight for fear some deci decision
sion decision might be made by the twc
strategists without their know!-
Ftige.
But this time Churchill's step
was slower, his attire more modest
and his interest in war prob problems
lems problems confined chiefly to rem;
niscences.
When he reminisced regarding
Field Marshal Montgomery he
was critical. Though. in the days
when Ike was commanding A American
merican American forces at Normandy and
Montgomery wouir not move be.
yond the hedgerotits of Caen with
out more American troops Church Churchhill
hill Churchhill was his greatest defendeer.
This time he remarked to Ike
that Monty was "jawing" 'with
the Russians and offering all
sorts of advice on bow to run the
world. Eisenhower smiled.
"That is what happens when a
man gets old and thinks the
world is ignoring him," remarked
the 84-vegr-old ex-Prime Minis Minister
ter Minister of England.

SEN. LONG'S SCHOOLBOODS
Russell Long of Louisiana is a
modeet hard-working Senator,
though with cerhain traits of his
fornoue father. His father, the lato
"Kingfish of Louisiana," put
more schoolbooks in Louisiana
schools than any other man in
history: also sent shivers un and
down the spinal columns of the
big corporations by advocating
higher taxes to help the poor.
His son now wants to use Amer American
ican American counterpart millions abroad
for free schoolbooks for European
children. Qr he wants to build
highways, or housing for poor peo people,
ple, people, or erect other tangible monu monuments
ments monuments of American friendship
instead of turtling American
counterpart ftmds over to local
',governments to reduce 04 na national
tional national debt.
This is behind Long's impassion impassioned
ed impassioned battle against the Senate con confirmation
firmation confirmation of Douglas Dillon to be
JThrier Seretary of State. He
claims that Dillon, a former Wall
Street investment banker and
head of Dillon, Read and Co., does doesn't
n't doesn't know how to ge' foreign ail
td the poor people of Europe, si siphons
phons siphons aid only to the wealthy.
"We were lunching in the Senate
eome'ime ago with a little legis legislator
lator legislator from Singapore named Lim
Cher Kheno.' reeslis Senator
Long. "Bill Fulbright was the
host and Senator Wiley of Wis Wisconsin
consin Wisconsin said. 'What do you people
think of us?!
" 'Senator, I hoped you wouldn't
ask me that. be embarrossed."
"However, Wiley pressed him
for a reply and Lim finally said.
'Our people think you are collupt."
"I don't get it," said the Senator
from Wisconsin.
" 'Collupt repeated the legis
lator from Singapore.
"Oh. ,roit mean corrupt," said
Wiley. "Why?"
" Our people ean't underatand
communism,' exolained Lim, and
'hey ate not worried about it.
You talk to us about being domi dominater
nater dominater by a foreign power but we
have been dominated for years
by a foreign nowerEngland. 30
we don't worry Pbout that. But
we do understand colluntion,'
"You peonle come along and
drive flown tha street in a big
car with a collupt local politician.
We say there goes another eollupt

the violence he would have im immediately
mediately immediately appealed the injunction
against the mass picketing and
fighting.
But John L. didn't appeal. Ile
hasn't even shouted out against
the Justice Dept.'s ordering in
FBI agents to gather evidence
of violent violation of the court
order.

As for the other strike, from
personal conversations willt the
spokesmen for tho natIonal head headquarters
quarters headquarters of the Textile Workers
Union, I can report, that they
are unhapny over the Henderson
violence. But none of this h a s
prompted the union's national
leaders to be statesmh. Thl Tex Textile
tile Textile officials have attacked Gov.
Hodges for sending out the Na National
tional National Guard. They have hit at
the governor, thoueh he has plac placed
ed placed equal reanonsibilitv on both
sides. And the other day John L.
put on one of his great linguistic
Performances and attacked all ef efforts
forts efforts to bring labor laws up to
date.
Mr. Lewis and Mr. Pollock are
honest men. They do no' steal.
But what of the blood on tho
streets? How can that be washed
away? Who will end 'hese wars
if not the government?

WHAT HAPPENED?
MATSUYAMA, Japan (UPI)A
speeding truck crashed into a
cot, shced oft part of a house,
knocked over a fence and two
telephone poles and smashed into
a store window.
At that poin the driver, Tatsuo
Shimizu, 28, woke up

le; n

3 American. Why don't you do some some-
- some- lung .or tile people, no zor toe
collupt,politicians? Why don'. you
, the.,e politicians that wen
- you gjve them foreign. aid, you're
, going to watch them to make
, sure how they use-the money?'
"We hav2 got io quit teeding,
the corrintot politicians abroad.'
I says Senator Long, "and do mere,
! about helping the common people
, if we want to defeat communism."
CLARE JUCE'S SUCCESSOR I
Brazil will probably come out,
ahead as the result of Clare
Luce's bow-out from diplomacy.
The Ambassador who will re replace
place replace her in Rio de Janeiro is
John Cabot, the Boston blueblood,
who isn't as "blue" as either.
the name or the environment
mplies. Ile's' a hard-working downto-earth
diplomat, who was once
.ased out of the State Depari-1
:tent because he advocated too
Qenerous a. lending police to La
..a Americans for then Secratttry
of the Treasury George Hum Hum,
, Hum, Ai-ey.
Cabot came to Washington at
Amost the same time as his cou couU.S.
U.S. couU.S. Ambassador to the United Na Nanator
nator Nanator from Massachusetts, now
U.S. Ambassador to the Unite Na
Lions. The lattp,r went in o news newspaper
paper newspaper work and politics; the form form,r
,r form,r into aiplomacy as a, career.
Both have now ended up in diplo diplomacy.
macy. diplomacy. When John Cabot was Assist Assistant
ant Assistant Secretary of State for Latin
American Affairs under Ike, he
urged heavy loans to Latin Amer American
ican American countries. At that time the
Export-Import Bank was under
the potent control of Ike's No. 1 1
economizer, George Humphrey.
Humphrey flew to Rio de Ja Janeiro
neiro Janeiro in 1954 to at end the Pan
American economic conference
and keep a throttlehold on U. S.
lending. lie was so niggardly. that
the U.S. ambassador, Merwin L.
Bohan, resigned as envoy. And
live-wire Congressman Jim Fah :
ton, Pennsylvania Reputilican, who :
urged more lending, was asked
to leave an American Embassy re reception
ception reception in Rio. He had criticised
Humphrey for coming to the Rio
conference with "an empty brief briefcase."
case." briefcase." Fulton, Bohan and John Cabot
had argued that if the United
States didn't loan more money
the Latin Americans would se up
their own inter-American bank
This has now come to pass.
Meanwhile, the company of ex exSecretary
Secretary exSecretary Humphrey has acquired
large holdings in Brazil and is in
favor of a more generous policy. j jAnd
And jAnd the State Department of official
ficial official who urged such a policy in
1954, but got into trouble over it,
is returning ,to ,Brazil arnbak: ;re-
garter. t

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PROF. ROQUE CORDER(); whose
Second Symphony will be play play'eci
'eci play'eci during the two. concerts to be
Rion on the Isthmus by the Na NationalTrniplidfirDithattrarunv
tionalTrniplidfirDithattrarunv NationalTrniplidfirDithattrarunv der the direction of Dr. Howard
Mitchell.

With the inclusion of Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian composer Roque Cordero's
Second Symphony, the program
for the two concerts to be offer offered
ed offered on the Isthmus under the aus auspicei
picei auspicei of the Pantinanian North
American Association by the Na National
tional National Symphony Orchestra of
Washington is complete. Dr. How Howard
ard Howard Mitchell will conduct.
The first concert will be at ,the
Rio Theater in Panama City ot otnight.
night. otnight. and the second, tomorrow
at the Colon Theater, on the At Atazntic
azntic Atazntic side.
The fact that this will be the
first time that visiting foreign
orchestra has included a work of
a Panamanian- composer in its
program, plus the low price of
, the tickets--$100 from row 3 to
18, and $1.00 from row 19 on
has contributed a high demand
on seats.
Tickets are on sale at the Cul
tural Center on Avenida Perul
No. 66, and at the Terminales Pa Panama
nama Panama offices in Colon, in charge I
of Horacio Curuei-,
The, program begin with the
Overture ,to "School for Scandal,'
Samuel Barber's first major work
for orchestra. Gayly reflecting the
saucy spirit of Sheridan's 18th
century comedy which provides
its title, the overture has two l
main musical ideas: a series of I
playful, tripping passages with
running rhythmic figures, and a
gcntle, lyric melody.
Then comes Cordero's Second
Symphony, which has received
hid', praise from the most impor important
tant important critics and musicans of the
continent. It was this work that
won the "Caro de Boisi' prize in
the Second Latin American Mu Mus'c
s'c Mus'c Festival held in Caracas in
1957. It was also the closing
number in the opening concert

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of the First Inter-American Mu Music
sic Music Festival held in Washington
in April 1958.
As a composer, Corder is pro prolific.
lific. prolific. His catalog includes some
ten works for orchestra, a num number
ber number of chamber works, several
compositions for chorus, and
some piano pieces.
'Born in Panama on August 16,
1917, his initial musical studies
were done locally. In 1938, he be became
came became the first director of the or orchestra
chestra orchestra which was to become the
National Symphony 'of Panama.
'hi '1943; he entered the Univer University
sity University of Minnesota at Minneapolis
to study systems of musical edu education.
cation. education. On scholarships he conti contintied
ntied contintied his tudies at the Berkshire
Music center in Massachusetts,
and with the National Orchestral
Association in New York.
In 1949, he received a Guggen Guggenheim
heim Guggenheim Fellowship in composition.
He is noW executive director and
professor of composition at the
National Institute of Music in Pa Panama:
nama: Panama: The first -part,- of the, -progra
ends with French composer Mau Maurice
rice Maurice Ravel's "D aphilis and

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (UPI)The
Southern Baptist Convention, the
nation's second largestProtestant
denomination with 9,206,000 mem members,
bers, members, opened its 102nd annual
meeting last night by wel welcoming
coming welcoming into its mln istry 269
brand-new graduate's of its oldest
theological seminary.
The first session of the four fourday
day fourday convention was given over to
commencement.exercises for the
Southern B a pti st Seminary of
Louisville, which is telebrating its
centennial year. The Rev. R. Paul
McAudill. pastor of the First
13aptist Chfurch of Memphis, Tenn.
preached the commencement ser sermon.
mon. sermon. More than 12,000 "messengers"
filled the massive Coliseum of the
Kentucky State Fairgrounds for
the service. Demonstrating that
the denomination has outgrown
the regionalism implied by its
name, many of Abe messengers
came from churches as far north
as Alaska and as far west as
California.
A statistical report presented to
the convention by Executive Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Porter Routh showed that
it now has 31.498 affiliated local
churches in 27 states. While its
main strength still is centered in
the south. the roll of states in includes
cludes includes Ohio, Michigan, Indiana,
Kansas, Colorado, Arizona, Cali California,
fornia, California, Washington, Oregon, Alas Alaska
ka Alaska and Hawaii.
First major business before the
convention is the election of a

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APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED for Leadership Training. Four o't the Dim Canal Zone Boy Scout..
who have teen selected for Junior' Leader Training at the Schiff Scout Reservation in Merdhart.,
N.J., are shown in the above picture. They are turning in their applications to Carl Wide 11.
chairman of the leadership training cormnittee of the Canal Zone Boy Scout Council.
In the picture, left to right, are: Wide Eagle Scout Peter Smith of Troop 5, Eagle Scout
Llewellyn Zent of 'Troop 7, Life Scott R9bert Wide 11 of Troop 7. and Life Scout David Stewart
of Troop 5. The two week training course for Junior Leaders is open to registered Boy Scouts
who are 14 years old and have attained the rank of FirstClass. Qualified Scouts interested ,in
attending one of the sessions should file their applications promptly with the Scout Office in
Diablo Heights.
Training sessions at the NeW Jersey cairn) f or Junior Ileaders are held at four different per periods:
iods: periods: July 5-17 JulY 1941,, August 2-14. and August 16-28. (US Air Force Photo)

Washington National Symphony Plays
Roque Corder Work Today, Tomorrow

Chloe," Suite No. 2 One of two
suites Ravel arranged from- the
score he had composed for the
Billet of the same title, its sto story
ry story is based on that written by
Longus seventeen hundred years
ago, which intezrates the conven conventional
tional conventional representation of a faciful
Arcadian scene with a remarka remarkable
ble remarkable analysis of human emotion..
After the intermiision comes
the final number of the program:
Ludwig Van Beethoven's 'Sym 'Symphony
phony 'Symphony No. 7 in A Major, Op 92.1
Composed in the same year as
the eighth, the nomposer's note notebooks
books notebooks show that he was also con conteiN)lating:
teiN)lating: conteiN)lating: yet another sympho symphonythis
nythis symphonythis one to be in D Minor.
The Seventh Symphony shares
the bright mood of -the Eighth
and also of the,,Sixth, which had
been composedidOr years earli
er, but its rhythmic force and its
symphonic spaciousness structur-.
ally distinguish it from these.
BGth concerts will begin exact exactly
ly exactly at eight 'o'clock and no- -one
will be seated while the orches orchestra
tra orchestra is playing- any- of the -works
.on the official program.

Southern !Baptist Convention
Opens 102nd Annual Meeting

new president to succeed former
Rep. Brooks ,Hays (1)-Ark.), who
has served the constitutional lim limit
it limit of two terms.
Balloting will take place
Wednesday morning. While no ad advance
vance advance nomisations are allowed
under Southern Baptist proce procedures,
dures, procedures, tradition dictates that a
minister be chosen to succeed
Hays, a layman.

Prominently mentioned among
the messengers as prospects for
the presidency were the Revs.
Ramsey Pollard. Knoxville. Tenn.
Archi9, Ellis. Columbia, S. C.;
IT. H. llobbs, Oklahoma City,
Okla.; and Douglas Hudgins,
Jackson, Miss.
Other major concerns of the
convention .wili be acting on 21
recommendations of a largely ad administrative
ministrative administrative nature. made bv a
special cimmittee which has been
s'udying the work of the denomi denomination
nation denomination and its 20 related agencies,
and voting on a controversial pro proposal
posal proposal to permit Canadian Baptist
churches to affiliate with the con convention.
vention. convention. The racial relations isSue. which
hak stirred sharp debates in pre previous
vious previous meetings. may not get much
attention at this convention. The
Christian Life Commission is ex expected
pected expected to bring in a mildly-worl
ed report denloring racial ten tensions,
sions, tensions, but without any specific
recommendations that might
touch off an outcry from segregationists.

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30-YEAR-MEN Ernployes of the Adju er e on ,w lo were veep y e e w
30-yeato servim pins are shown here with 13, all. adjutant general, USARCAMB,
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, Mrs. W. N. Pence of Balboa is
succeeding Dr. D. J. Paolucci as
president of the board of the tit tit,nal
,nal tit,nal Zone Tuberculosis Assort-
, don.
At a busy year-and board meet meeting
ing meeting held Tuesday night at Balboa
Heights, the volunteer Tuberculo Tuberculo'sis
'sis Tuberculo'sis Association directors ''chose
Mrs. Pence as their new, presi presi.dent
.dent presi.dent and Dr. R. V. Yotufg, chief
of the Chest Service at Gorgas
Hospital, as vire president. W. E.
Lundy was re-elected treasurer
and Mrs. H. J. Quinlan secretary.
Paolucci, who was praised by,
the board for the leadership he has
given the association during the'
past three years, revealed at the
meeting that tabulated returns
from the recent Federal Servic
Joint Crusade so far show that
the community contributed the
largest amount ever to the As Assiciation
siciation Assiciation in any one year's fund
raising effort.
With several 'Immense enve envelopes
lopes envelopes yot-to be counted, contri contributed
buted contributed at the bank total $7262.26
as compared to 86103 realized
by the association in the 1958 lo local
cal local Federal Services Campaign.
The largest average gifts per
envelope came from personnal
of the 15th Naval District.
At the same session board mem members
bers members read a letter expressing ap appreciation
preciation appreciation to the association from
a Canal Zone resident recently
recovered from tuberculosis. The
letter stated:
"Though this medium I wish
to express my thanks and gra gratitude
titude gratitude to you for the charitable
help which you were so Instru Instrumental
mental Instrumental in obtaining for my fa family
mily family during the time of my' af affliction.
fliction. affliction. "It was certainly a comfort and
peace of mind to me, knowing that
while I was hospitalized for ap approximately
proximately approximately nine months, my fa family
mily family was being provided by this
wonderful and humane organiza organization,
tion, organization, as due to the expiration of
my leave time and with no other
source of income, I as the bread breadwinner
winner breadwinner was unable to make any
provision 'or my family. This hely
is one which my family and I will
long remember and cherish, as it
was the most wonderful help ex extended
tended extended to me, especially at a time
when it was needed most, it play played
ed played a very important part In my
welfare.
'tIn closing wish to thank you
again for thi: comforting assie assieance
ance assieance and in conclusion may the
Good Lord continue to shower
down His blessing on you and the
organization in the help of hu humanity."
manity." humanity." The audited annual report of the
association was presented by Lun Lundy,
dy, Lundy, who was commended for the
services he has so efficiently per

formed throughout the past year.
The outgoing president spoke
for Ile association in building'
farewell to Lt. Cdr. H. G. Armit Armitage
age Armitage who is leaving the Isthmus on
transfer -this ,month and in com commemding
memding commemding him for his work during
three years on the board.
Members of the board, in ad addition
dition addition to Armitage and the. offic officers,
ers, officers, are William G. krey Jr., S.
E. Esser, Miss Gertrude Smith,
Maj. R. C, Singer, Mrs. B. B. Po Powell,
well, Powell, Mrs. M. F. Greene, Capt. J.
B. Battista,, Mrs. A. Saarinen,
Mrs. G. O. Parker and Ellis Faw,
cett.

Kim Honk Causes
Melee At Ceremony
For Old locomotive

MILAN, Italy (UPDAn official
appearance by 'Kim Novak at Mi Milan's
lan's Milan's taDway station Monday night
disrupted rail traffic, set police-,
men tO fighting one another and
almost ,caused an old loconiotive
to blow its stack.
Miss Novak showed up to do the
honors at a rotirement ceremony
for a 44-year-old locomotive.
The excitement started when
the blonde starhaving warmed
up to the task at handdiscarded
her furs, revealing a tight fit fitting
ting fitting evening gown with bare shoul shoulders
ders shoulders and back.
"My God," gasped a. police of official.
ficial. official. "We ought to clamp a state
of siege right now."
Railway officials were brushed
aside by Novak fans, who were
brushed aside by policemen, who
were brushed aside by press pho photographers.
tographers. photographers. The gendarmes, not
knowing whom to grab first,
grabbed each other.
"Kim, Kith; Kim," chanted the
crowd.
"Ooompa, oompa, oompa," went
the big brassband.
"wh000, wh000,, whoo," went the
old locomotive.
Miss Novak managed a feeble
wave.
Railroad fans who had tired of
Miss Novak's bare back pushed
and shoved their way, unasked,
into the locomotive cab. Joseph
Novak, Kim's father and a for former
mer former railroad man himself, el elbowed
bowed elbowed his way out of the cab to
join his besieged daughter.
"I was afraid the old thing
would blow ttp 'under the weight
of so many people," he said, re referring
ferring referring to the Imomotive.
Tbe star ev)entually was res rescued
cued rescued by police' employing the old
flying wedge formation and the
crowd dispersed.

Distraught Daddy,p,enounce,s ;91d
As Daughter Plant Scotch Wedding

GLASGOW, Scotland, May 20
(UPI) Millionaire shipbuild shipbuilder
er shipbuilder Harry Dowsett today engag engaged
ed engaged two teams of lawyers tO find
some way of stopping the mar marriage
riage marriage of his 20-year-old daugh daughter
ter daughter Katherine to an ex-truck
driver.
While the lawyers sweated in
London and Glabgow, Katherine
and 27-year-old Edward Langley
went into hiding in a New West
Scotland hotel to establish 15
days residence in Scotland so
they can wed.
They eloped from the DoWsett
country mansion in Lincolnshire
in England on Sunday.and mov moved
ed moved into separate rooms in the
hotel on the banks of Loch Lo Lomond,
mond, Lomond, about 25 miles from Glas Glasgow,
gow, Glasgow, Edgwait.
Thi.ir peace WEB soon broken.
Tipped off by an informer,
Katherine's father charged up
to $cotland yesterday in a
chauffeur-driven ear and, wav waving
ing waving a copy of an official docu document
ment document declaring his daughter a

Boy Scout Court of Honor
In Balboa Tomorrow Night
The presentation' of Awards
e and a talk on the new Scout'Camp
t at Madden Lake will be high high.
. high. lights of the Canal Zone Boy Scout
Court of Honor tomorrow night.
The program, which starts at
, 7:30 in the Balboa gymnasium,
will see the awarding of 11 Star
Awards, four Life Awards, and
Troop Advancement awards to
i three troops.
' F. R. Johnson, acting chairman
of the Scout Council's Camping
: committee, will describe the new
Camp at Madden.'i Others on the
program include Brig. Gen.
George F. Sch latter, council pre.
sident; Mr. L. Budd Haberstiek,
chairman of the Activities Com Committee;
mittee; Committee; Col. John Leech, chair chairman
man chairman of the Health and Safety COM
mittee; and Scout Executive Dan
Daniels.
Receiving Star Awards will Le:
Robert Coffman, James Cole.
Douglas Hurr, Wayne Lefleur,
Charles, Mire, Philip Moseley
Bryan Nilsson, Alfred Osbotne,
George M. Peavey,, Robert Wilson
and David' R. Warren..LeFleur is
with Troop 16,'Warren with Tropp
5, and, the' others with Troop 15.
Receiving Life Awards: Peter L
Denton,' Douglas. over,
Troop 15;- George A. Thom OSOn
Troop end Ewald .Wiberg Jr.,
Troop 1. ,
...Receiving 40 percent Troop Ad AdVentement
Ventement AdVentement Awards: Troop 5,
Cathedral of St Luke Ancon;
Troop 7, Balboa Lion's Club; and
rroop 15, Albrook Base Chapel.'

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ward of the high court in Lon London,
don, London, demanded that she be re returned
turned returned to him.
"You are not going to take
my daughter," Dowsett shouted
in a voice that could be heard
60 yards away.
Katherine in tears
threw her arms around Langley,
now a "man-about-town" in
London's Chelsea society, and
told her father: "I love him...
I love him. I will never be part parted
ed parted from him."
Langley: "You are commit committing
ting committing a breach of the peace."
Dowsett: "You bunt. Leave
my daughter alone."
Langley: "I certainly will not,
sir. Kathy is not a child."
Dowsett: "But she is minor."
Katherine and Langley broke
away, and sped to their car.
Dowsett tried to stop the car
by hanging on a door, but it
pulled away.
By Scottish law, the legal age
for mariage is 16 without the
consent of parents. In England,
the legal age is 18, but a pa parent's
rent's parent's consent is necessary up
to the age of 21.

EVERY WEDNESDAY AT

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NASSAU, Bahamas,. May zo
(uP1) Cyril Stevenson, Nassau
newspaper editor who has won a
fight to reopen the 18-year-old
Oakes murder ease, said today,
"I could point my finger at the
man responsible."
Sir Harry Oakes, multimillio multimillioaire
aire multimillioaire Canadian who made a for fortune
tune fortune in gold mines, was found
bludgeoned to death in his bed in
1943. There had been a crude at attempt
tempt attempt to burn the body, but the
bed only smouldered.
The Bahamas House Assembly
voted unanimously yesterday to
reopen the murder. ease on peti petition
tion petition of Stevenson, editor of the
Nassau Herald. Among those vot voting
ing voting was H. C. Chrittine, a House
Guest the Oakes the night, Sir
Harry's body as found.
Count Alfred de Marigny, has.
band of Nancy Oakes, daughter
of Sir Harry, was tried on a
murder charge and acquitted.
The c a se rem !nod unsolved
and one private investigator,
Betty Benner, reporter-lawyer
from Via shington, was
found dead several years later
in a well near Nassau.
Stevenson said Miss Renner
had notified her Washington .offiee
she had been threatened before
her death.
Stevenson said he was con convinced
vinced convinced the man sviso enginaered
the murder was an important
Nassau businessman but that
he did not want tcPtake advent.
age of his parliamentary im immunity
munity immunity to name him and would
"leave that to Scotland Yard."
"I am pre ,ared to say that in
my opinion Oakes was killed by
one of his close friends whom he
had no reason to suspect and that
he drank with him several hours
before the murder," Stevenson
said.

EVEN THE QUEEN

STOCKHOLM (UPI) Office boY
Anders Frey was very sorry, he
told the ladies, buthe had strict
orders not to allow any out outsiders
siders outsiders into the new offices of a
loos! news agency.
Frey did not recognize Queen
Louise or Sweden, even 'when she
told him: "Mv husband has been
here." King Gustav Adolf toured
the offices when they opened last
month.
A passing reporter, howeier,
ond ouicklv overruled Frey
The Queen and her attendants
werP taken on a conducted tour
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Rocoption Toniet
Honors Orchestra Director
A reception will be offered this
evening following the concert of
the National Symphony Orchestra
of Washington, D.C., honoring its
director, Dr. Howard Mitchell.
The invitations have been extend extended
ed extended by John De Nola, cultural af afiairs
iairs afiairs officers of the United States
Imbassy in Panama.
The reception will be given at
the Panamanian-North American
Association's Cultural Center at
86 Avenida Peru.
The symphony will perform this
evening at the Rio Theater in Pa Panama
nama Panama City, and tomorrow eve evening
ning evening in Colon. The Isthmus is the
orchestra's first stop on a Latin
American tour which will include
40 concerts in 30 cities.

'Utile Dinner' Honors
Clayton Staff Officers
An outstanding social event on
the Zone this week was a charm charming
ing charming "little dinner' given by Lt.
Cul. Joseph P. Michl, deputy post
commander of Fort Clayton, for
staff officers and their wives.
The event was held at the Tivo Tivoli
li Tivoli Guest Houe, and the dinner
was prepared with a French ac accent
cent accent in honor of Mrs. Michl, who
is making an extenced visit with

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INVITATIONS ISSUED BY FERNANDO 'LETA
FOX,COCKTAIL EVENT IHIONORING CEpAL DELEGATES
Panama's Minister of Finance. Fernando Eletat has is issued
sued issued invitations for an informal cocktail party Friday eve evening
ning evening honoring delegates attending the sessions of the Eco Economic
nomic Economic Commission for Latin America of the United Nations.
The event will start at seven o'clock In the Union Club.
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her paienta in Normand y,
f ranee.
lionored guests at the despedi despediua
ua despediua were CWO and Mrs. Henry L.
Chisclm of Fort Kobbe, who will
leave next week for Fort Mc McClellan,
Clellan, McClellan, Ala.; Maj. and Mrs. Er Ernest
nest Ernest S. Ostrom, who are to go
to Camp Hanford, Wash.; Maj.
and Mrs. George W. Chadderton,
who have been assigned to Fort
Bliss, Texas.
Other guests included Col. John
D. Coney, Clayton commanding
officer, and Mrs. Coney, and
Maj. John' H. Rooney. detach detachmentt
mentt detachmentt commander, and Mrs. Rooney.

Lt. And Mrs. Earl
Entertain At 1:401:lid&
A social event of this week was
a despedida (farewell) party
given by Lt. and Mrs. Robert J.
Earl at their quarters at Fort
Clayton.
The buffet dinner honored Capt.
and Mrs. Victor lytice S w a n,
Capt. and Mrs. Harold H. Mat Mattice
tice Mattice and CWO and Mrs. Henry L.
Chisholm, who are soon to leave
the isthmus for new assignments.
Other guests were CWO and
Mrs. Jack W. Nelson and CWO
and Mrs. Gordon R. Shuetz.

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Balboa Woman's Club
Marks Thirteenth Year
At Annual Spring Lunch
The thirteenth birthday of the
Benicia Woman's Club was the
occasion for the annual spring
luncheon held in the Fern Room
of theTivoli Guest House. The
Club flower, the biotic was used
in table decorations and on place
cards.
Guests introduced by Mrs. Al Albert
bert Albert Saarinen, program chairman,
included Mrs. William E. Potter,
Mrs. Enrique Burrell, Mrs. w.
w. patton, Mrs. John Spear and
Mrs. A. Guilbeik.
Officers to serve during the
coming club year were installed
after the luncheon by this yeir's
president, Mrs. William Hearon.
The new president is Mrs. John
E. Snodgrass; Mrs. Peter Bol Bolton,
ton, Bolton, first vice president; Mrs. O.
K. Worley, second vice presi president;
dent; president; Mrs. Grover Luce, record recording
ing recording secretary; Mrs. D. C. Zitz Zitzmann,
mann, Zitzmann, assistant recording secre secretary;
tary; secretary; Mrs. H. G. Foster, corre corresponding
sponding corresponding secretary; Mrs. G. O.
Parker, assistant corresponding
secretary; Mrs. V. E. Williams,
treasurer; Mrs. Steward Tr a i I,
assistant treasurer; and Mrs. Er Ernest
nest Ernest Van Horn, nominator.
Committee chaltmen appointed
by the new president are Mrs. E.
O. Kieran, Mrs. H. L. W e n t t,
, t, worth and Mrt. R. Boyd, arts
and ergs; Mrs. William Mitchell,
'audit; Mrs. William Hearen, and
Mrs. V. E. Williams, budget and
finance; Mrs. Grover Luce, Mrs.
H. B. Smouse, Mrs.- Helen act
ler, charity card group; Mrs. Pe Peter
ter Peter Bolton, civic and youth;
Mrs. H. J. Quinlan, courtesy and
sick; Mrs. Eldon Coffey, custo custodian;
dian; custodian; Mrs. J. T. Barrett and
Mrs. Ralph Otten, decorations;
Mrs. Murray Klipper, historian;
Mrs. Anthony Nita, membership;
Mrs. M. S. Hamilton, parliamen parliamentarian;
tarian; parliamentarian; Mrs. J. Kincaid, pia pianist;
nist; pianist; Mrs. S. It- Rowley, Mrs. K.
M. Reiland, program; Mrs. M Mbert
bert Mbert Saarmen, publicity and
press; Mrs. L. M. Ruppel, recep receptionist;
tionist; receptionist; Mrs. Anton Holgerson,
Mrs. Claylon Auble, refreshments;
Mrs. Willis' Pence, Mrs. Thomas
McKibbon, welfare and charity.
Mrs.' Snodgrass' first act in of office
fice office was the presentation of a
past' president's pin to Mrs. Hea Heaton.
ton. Heaton. She also' WAS given the guest
book kept during her term of offiel-
and an engraved gold me meEntertainment
Entertainment meEntertainment was provided by
Miss Vena Bennett and Miss Jo Joline'
line' Joline' Clare.
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WASHINGTON (UPI)--The ad administration
ministration administration gave up the fight for
its $1,650,00 housing bill yester yesterday
day yesterday in favor of a more modest'
$1,300,000,000 compromise pro proposed
posed proposed by House Republicans and
southern Democrats.
Federal Housing Administrator
Norman P. Mason announced the
administration's decision as t h e
House opened debate on a sweep sweeping
ing sweeping $2,100,000,000 measure suppott suppotted
ed suppotted by Democrittic leaders.
His action was designed to pick
up enough House votews to scuttle
the Democrats' bill, 'w hieh is
strongly opposed by President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower and other administration
leaders.
The compromise, sponsored by
Rep. -A. S. Herlong (D-Fla.),
will be offered as a substitute for
the Demdcratic bill. Both sides
agreed that a showdown vote
tomorrow. Would be close.
Like the adirdnistration and the
Democrats' bills, the Herlong sub substitute
stitute substitute would replenish the rapidly-depleting
mortgage insuring

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For Housing To Kill Demo Proposal

authority of the Federal Housing
Administration (FHA).
But it did not contain any pub public
lic public housing provision or other fea features
tures features of the Democratic bill which
have drawn administration fire.

Mason said he did not agree
with "every detail" of the substi substitute
tute substitute but that he felt it represented
"a moderate approach" to needed
hogging legislation. He said it
"comes much. closer to what the
administration wants' than the
Democratic bill.
He called the Democratic bill en
"extravagant and unsound' meas measure
ure measure that would commit the gov government
ernment government to heavy spending for
many years to come.
Herlong predicted his substitute
would receive the support of from
70 to 80 Democrats enough to
'assure its passage If there were
no more than a dozen Republican
absentees or defections.
House Republican leaders sum summoned
moned summoned all GOP congressmen to a
closed door conference before the
showdown tomorrow in an ef efiort
iort efiort to line up maximum GOP
support for the Herlong substitute.
But Speaker Sam Rayburn pre predieted
dieted predieted the Howie would reject the
compromise, despite its endorse endorsement
ment endorsement by the administration. If it
does not, he said, there is a
strong possibility the House would
wind up killing all pending hous housing
ing housing legislation.
Rep. Clarence Brown (R Ohio)
'indicated he belicved the Presi President
dent President would veto any measure like
the Democratic proposal. He said
he was convinced it could never
become law.

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of the strongest advocates of the
light opening bid but there is a
limit to just how light to mike it.
South's hand falls into this ca category.
tegory. category. It is not a hand for a light
opening bid; it is merely a sound
pass.
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open one heart anyway and tile
result was disastrous.
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a slam and started the ball roll rolling
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monds. diamonds. His four no trump yas
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WASHINGTON (UPI) Rep.
Charles O. Porter (D-Ore.) said
yesterday in a statement insert
-ed in the, Congressional Record
that there is "swelling" sentiment
in Spain against Dictator Francis Francisco
co Francisco Franco. The statement was
headed: "The reign in Spain is
mostly on the wane."

UNIXPWIED PASSINOIR
MILAN, Italy (UPI)Giovanni
Vanoll, 44, drove three miles Yes Yesterday
terday Yesterday without noticing his twoyear-old
daughter clinging to his
car's radiator.
Vanoli started the car in front
of his house without seeing little
Antonietta sitting on the front
fender. The girl clung desperate desperately
ly desperately to the radiator until a pedes pedestrian
trian pedestrian signaled her father to stop.
Antonietta was unhurt except for
shock.

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GOSSIP IN GOTHAM :
Harry Guardino, who, drew spon spontaneous
taneous spontaneous audience applause with
his socko -scene' ."Houseboat"
and turns In an equally effective
performance in the Danny Kaye
film"r Penniee will be given a
John Garfield type buildup by
Paramotmt. As the find step, he's
being awarded a lelid "Jovan "Jovanka,1
ka,1 "Jovanka,1 tho new DiLaurentis picture
to be shot in Italy and Yugoslavia
.Las Vegas is due to get anoth another
er another nude showthis one with bare
beauties imported from Japan.
Kay Kendall' (Mrs.; Rex Harri Harribon)
bon) Harribon) is causing talk in Parik be because
cause because of her tiff with the City of
Lig; Vs most diverting, colutnnist,
Art i3uchwald, and the problems
she's been having with cinema di director
rector director Stanley Donen...lrony time:
the writer of NBC's forthcoming
spectacular on' marriage--"I Take
Thee'is, himself, a twct-time los loser
er loser Proadwayites hear Frank
Costello's health is far &Mil tO
par; he's lost too much weight
Sports page headlines about Sugar
Ray Robinson signing to fight
Carmen Basilio for the middle middleweight
weight middleweight title confirms this column's
prediction that the suspense wis
just a buildup for a bigger gate,
and the bout would happen.
If you were planning to send a
wire of congratulations to Temp Tempest
est Tempest Storm and Herb Jeffries, don't.
Not yet, anyway. Legal difficul difficulties
ties difficulties are holding up the wedding.
DaMe Margoi Fonteyn' British
chumsparticularly those in thea theatrical
trical theatrical circlesthink the Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian iovernment was frightfully
square not to let her overthrow
the regime. Theythink it's mar marvelously
velously marvelously amusing, for a ballerina
to be involved in a revolution, and
explain her interest in Central A American
merican American politics by saying she's
madly in love with her husband
and will go along with any scene
he chooses to make...Provocative,
if improbable combo; Anthony
Steele (about to be divorced from
Anita Ekberg) and socially- well wellestablished
established wellestablished Sharman Douglas'.
Dean Murphy, completely recov recovered
ered recovered from his recent serious ill illness.
ness. illness. is about to embark on a tour
of Russia for the State Dept.., A
theatrical magnate will be sued
for a $750.000 legal bill, causing
many headlines. His lawyer sus suspects
pects suspects the client secretly settled a
$100,000,000 suit that was in the
works, then fired him...It'a a cra crazy
zy crazy mixed-up world, all right. The
Red Army Chorus will release an
album called Army
Sings Irvifig Berlin," winding up
with are you ready? "God
Bless Americ.i." Rights to the al album
bum album are owned by a young chap
still in college:but lafe to pre predict
dict predict he'll go far.
Judy Garland at the Metropoli Metropolitan
tan Metropolitan Opera is not to be missed,
She's in wonderful voice, stinging
the way she did when she was 14
Mad Magazine has a problem.
Readers are protesting that their
comic character, Alfred E. Neu Neuman,
man, Neuman, described as "the world's

Batea Classes
Continue Tomorrow
At Balboa MB

Batea painting classes will con continue
tinue continue at 4:30 p.m. tomorrow al the
USO-JWB Armed Forces Service
Center in Balboa.
There is no charge for these
classes, which are presented as a
public service and directed by Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Mokray, a volunteer instruc instructor
tor instructor and a civilian employe. of the
Signal Corps, United States Army
Caribbean.
So popular has the Coc le Indian
design sative craft become that it
ranks high among the most com commonly
monly commonly found ornaments in the Isth
mien home. Many of these bateas
have either been painted by Mr.
or Mrs. Mokray or by one of their
'hundreds of vaidents.
Thoie interested .in participat participating
ing participating in these classes are invited
to be present Thursday night for
a briefing and to bring tracing
paper and a soft pencil in order
to begin to Acquire their own li library
brary library of au, hentic Indian designs.
Since the class is working on a
perpetual, individual basis, pros prospective
pective prospective par icipants may begin
the class any Thursday night.

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TRUKSDAY, stAy 11, 110

THE VOICE OF
BkbADWAY
by P41:011y Killgallen

!Most beloved idiot," is a dead
ringer for England's P rine e
Charles.
The chorus girls at the Copaca Copacabans
bans Copacabans just love Louis- Prima and
Keely Smith. Some nights the
placer is so busy there just isn't
time or room lot them to do tbeir
dances, so they have a vacation
...Nobody at MGM is happy about
"The Scapegoat," starrmg Mee
Guinness. But Alec is the most
vocal of all those deploring the
flick.
Barrie Chase, Fred Astaire's
'beautiful dancing partner in his
award-winning television show, is
suffering from a severe case of
makeup poisoning. The treatment
is painful, and if it doesn't sue sueceed,'
ceed,' sueceed,' the makeup manufacturer
involved had better get a snappy
set of lawyers...Hedy Lamarr has
had money problems with her exit exitbound
bound exitbound husband, but she can't be
brokeor anywhere near it. She's
put in an order for a wild Italian
car costing over $10,000.
France Nuyen of "Suzie Wong'
has become allergic to newspaper
interviews... The Narcotics Bureau 1
is keeping close tabs on a popular
East Side joint. The headlines are
due in a few weeks...Poor timing
on the part of our British cousins:
they plan to release imprisoned
Dr. Klaus Fuchs, the atom bomb
spy, on July 4.
Jason Robards Jr., star of "The
Disenchanted." Mit discussing his
marital status but intimates un understand
derstand understand he has acquired a quiet
divorce... Reporters covering t!,,,e
Cannes Film Festival aren't giv giving
ing giving Zsa Zsa Gabor her usual space
for two reasons. First of all, she
indicated she wanted writers to
submit samples of articles they'd
written about her in the past; then
there was the considerable compe competition
tition competition provided by Rhonda Flem Fleming
ing Fleming and Martha Ryer.

Belgians have flipped over thes
fiancee of their Crown Prince Al Alheft,
heft, Alheft, the young and beautiful Prin Princess
cess Princess Paolo Ruff di Calabria. Ev Every
ery Every store window in Brussels feat features
ures features her photograph, and her per personal
sonal personal appearances in Belgium pro produced
duced produced unanimously enthusiastic re reactions
actions reactions When Billy Daniels'
daughter Diane announced her en engagement
gagement engagement to Frenchman Ferdinand
Maire, Billy admitted he didn't
know how to pronounce the young
man's name. He won't have to
learn.- The betrgthal's off.

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BROWNSVILLE, Tex.Team
sters president James R. Hoffa,.
on what to do if unions are made
liable for anti-trust action:
"This would leave us wi h the
solution to have ohe solitary strike
throughout the United States to
tie up all employers across the
nation at one time."
WASHINGTONAFL-CIO presl preslden
den preslden George Many, commenting
on Hoffa's statement:
"That's a pretty good indiu 4
tion that we were perfectly right
wehn we kicked him out."
WASHINGTONCbairman John
L. McClellan of the Senate Rac Rackets
kets Rackets Committee, on the Hoffa
statement:
"...Don't minimize or tmder tmderestimate
estimate tmderestimate the dangers to our free
economy and internal security
that are involved in this threar,'P
WASHINGTONLewis L. Stra- 4
uss, making a one-sentence Com Comment
ment Comment on his one-vote margin ap approval
proval approval by the Senate Commerce
Committee to be secretary of com commerce:
merce: commerce: "I am grateful for The vote of
the committee."

WASHINGTONDefense Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Neil H. McElroy, advising
prosnective Cabinet members:
"If you can't afford it. phy
home. If you can, come here and
work and shut up about it."

LEAD SOFT LIFE
ITIGH WYCOMBE, England
MPI) A local elms wants to
make sure all its animals are
comfortable, asked a firm that
makes plastic foam mattresses
for ears if it can produce similar
products "strong enough for elephants."

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''' ,' For Contest Trophies.
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, 1 Latin amd two intermediata, par partieipated
tieipated partieipated in the Harnett ud
Dunn dance jamboree Saturday
evening st the American Legion
Club. More than. SG, youngsters
attended.
Silver trophy winners for the
intermediates were June Taht and
Roger Holtzlander. Diane -Bembenek,
Jacob Houch, Renee Jankul
and Donald Chesson were judged
fr. to tie. Medal winners in the jitterbug-free
tyle contest were
Tuffy Chance, Billy, Gough, Mt Mtchelle
chelle Mtchelle McKee and Don McCul McCullough.
lough. McCullough.
In the Latin contests, gold tro trophies
phies trophies wnet to sheila sheridin,
Joe Hunt, Kathlee Chandler and
Dickie Ebdon, and silver trophies
were won by Bonnie Kerr and
,Bill Shepherd. They demonstrated
the rhumba, merengue, boogie
mambo and cha cha cha.
Mrs. Charles Abernathy and
her son Chuck won the mother motherson
son motherson contest, and Richard Foster
sed Marjorie Flumcab won the
father-daughter event.
A new novelty dance, the Sal Salty
ty Salty Dod Rag, was introduted dur during
ing during the jamboree, and will be
featured by Mrs. Dunn in a Sep September
tember September television show. The next
jamborees will. be held June 1
' and 13.
.
Beta Sigma Phi
Installs Now Officers,
The home of Mary Danielsen
hi Gatun was the scene of an in inatallation
atallation inatallation of new officers of Beta
Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi.- in a
candlelight service, Anna May
Butcher wps installed as the hew
president; Mary Danielsen, vice
president; Terry Frazier, record recording
ing recording secretary; Joyce Cottrell, cor corresponding
responding corresponding secretary; and Jo
t McDonnell, treasurer.
In a brief business meeting
preceding the installatipn, the out outgoing
going outgoing president, Alice McGann, ex extended
tended extended her thanks to the officers
and committee members who
had served with her. She was pre presented
sented presented a gift for her efforts dur during
ing during the past year.
Anna May Butcher presented the
cultural program on hnme plan planlung.
lung. planlung. She stressed interior decor- 1
, sting, and presented illustrations
ir conjunction with her remarko.
I Refreshments were served after
the closing ritual. Barbara Ra Ra,,
,, Ra,, niey was the winner of, the
' "white elephant" raffle, donated
by Jean Brandi.
.
Unity Temple Confers
Degross Lest Night
Degrees were conferred at a
regular meeting last evening of
Unity Temple of Elks.
Vacationing In States
' '-ittrir, FOX; al;biaclUrifr ;of 41ellse
Vista left this week by plane for
a vacation in the States.
' Gulick NCO Vifives
Plan May Social
The May social of the Fort Gu Gulick
lick Gulick NCO Wives Club will be
held at 7:30 Thursday evening in
the cocktail lounge of the club.
:t The affair will be a "white ele eleiphant"
iphant" eleiphant" bingo, and all meinbers
are reminded to bring a wrapped
package.
Members are urged to bring
gifts. Refreshments will be served.

Fern Loaf Members
To Visit Orchid Chapter
Officers of Fern Leaf Chapter
Four, Order of ,the Eastern Star,
will be honored guests and will
exemplify the initiatory service
at a special meeting with Orchid
Chapter One Friday evening at
7:30 at the Scottish Rite Building
in Balboa.
A covered dish luncheon will
be served at 6:15 p.m. All East EastJo
Jo EastJo ern Stars are invited to attend
I both the dinner end the meeting.
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SUSANA OEATSCH WEIBEL
PIANO RECITAL
By GAMA
Mss. Susan& Deutsch Weibel's
first all-evening recital on Coe
Isthmus was most enthusiastical enthusiastically
ly enthusiastically received st the USO-JWB Arm Armed
ed Armed Forces Service Center in Bel Belbps
bps Belbps on Thursday, May-14, 1959.
Mrs. Weibe' is a serious, young
pianist with a dependable, brilli brilliant,
ant, brilliant, technique and considerable
musical talent. Her rendition of
Bach's "Phantasy in C Minor" and
of Haydn's "Sonata in E Minor"
fully demonstrated her capacity
for her beautiful ligh tone, good
control of the dynamics and PI
sense of proper stylistic restraint.
The Chopin grOup consisited of
two waltzes and the "Ballad in
G Minor" was played ,with all the
technical briltiance Ski compul compulsive
sive compulsive streng'h to achieve vital re).
mantic depth, without being over overseroimentql
seroimentql overseroimentql or uncontrolinbte.
Mrs. Weibel likewise is com completely
pletely completely familiar with the impres

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Ahoy Said Temple
Plans Spring Ceremonial
The spring ceremonial of Abou
Saad Temple will be held Satur Saturday
day Saturday evening it 7 p.m. in the U Units
nits Units Building ,on Gaillard High Highway,
way, Highway, near the Civil Affairs Build Building,
ing, Building, Ali Nobles in this area are
invited to attend.
A ceremonial dinner dance is'
planned for Friday evening, May
1:9, at the Fort Clayton Officers
Open Mesa. Cocktails will be
served at S:30, and dinner at
7:30. The Janowitz orchestra will
play for dancing.
Titose planning to attend are
Advised to make reservations
with the Recorder, Box 366g,
Balboa. Tables will be assign's
as the requests are received.
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Beta Sigma Phi
Honors Girl of Year
To honor ,the "Girl of tbe
Year,' Beta Chapter members
of Beta Sigma Phi sorority hel,.;
a luncheon and 'card party Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon it the home of Ma Mary
ry Mary Danielsen in Gatun.
Anna May Butcher was select4
ed for the honor,, which recogniz recognizes
es recognizes outstanding contributions to
the success of the sorority. She
was presented a gift from the
chapter.
The luncheon was arranged by
Miss Danielsen, social chairman,
assisted by Terry Frazier. High
scorers in the card games were
Dolly Housley, Joyce Cottrell and
Miss Frazier.
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Argentine Embassy
To Have Reception
The Panama Embassy of the
Argentine Republic hag extended
invitations to a reception next
Monday evening in commemora commemoration
tion commemoration of the Ainth anniversary of
the May revolution.
The scene of the party will be
the Embassy residence in Golf
Heights from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
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Copal De lefatea
Entertained At Hilton
Heads of the delegations of
countries represented in the Ce Cepa
pa Cepa conference were received
yesterday by members of the
European community at the. pa paname
name paname Hilton hotel. This marks
the first time that the European
Economic Community' has partici.
pated in the work of Cepa'.
Representatives i-n eluded G.
GeOrges-Picot, Ambassador of
France, and Dr. Robert Faniel,
economist of Belgium, who have
worked for years for the stabili stabilization
zation stabilization of community markets and
help to economically underdevel underdeveloped
oped underdeveloped coUntries.
Guests of honor were Pana Panama's
ma's Panama's Minister of Finance Fer Fernfindo
nfindo Fernfindo Eleta, Dr. Raul Prohisch.
;Ind more than 30 representatives
of the six European Commission
Countries.
Meetings
Persil's avic Council
The Minds Civil Council will
hold an important metting in
the music rocim of the high
school this evening at 7:30.
At this meeting, the report cov covering
ering covering the recent shirt-sleeve con conference
ference conference will be discussed. Dele Delegates
gates Delegates will also report on the bus
4ransportation issue, a matter of
deep concern to the community.
Residents are urged to attend
the meeting, and be on time, to
air their views.
'Plans are afoot by the council
for increased community activi activities,
ties, activities, which will require the sup support
port support of the public.
STOPS AT YALTA
MOSCOW (UPI) Indonesian
President Sukarno arrived at the
Black Sea port of Yalta yester yesterday
day yesterday from Sochi aboard the So Soviet
viet Soviet cruiser Mikhail Kutuzov.
The world-touring Sukarno was
met at Yalta by Soviet First
Deputy Premier Anastas Miko Mikoyan,
yan, Mikoyan, the official Tess News
Agency said.
Comer
sionist piano technique of Debussy
She played his two "Arabesque,
and his"Jardins Sous la Pluie."
Actually, :his last piece, together
with Chopin's Ballad, was most
acceptable and apparently found
to be the most exciting to the pub publie
lie publie on the evening of the recital.
Of very special intern: was the
last part of -the program the
"Themes Israelies" which was
included to c9mmemorate the lith
anniversary of tbe state of Israel.
In this work. of rhapsodic cha
racter, an original arrangement
of several songs of Israel, he ar artist
tist artist demonstrated not only is she
a competent pianist interpreter
but also a brilliant pianist-com
poser. a combination not very u usual
sual usual in 'he current period of spe specialization
cialization specialization which stresaem mostly
the internreteitive art in the eon.
certigt. Mrs. Weibel's rendition he'
all the spontaheity and freshner
of Ile moment, which clean!.
coMmunidated itself to the enthu
thistle audience. This also holfl
true for the encore, which wis an
tither tinnubliehed composttion r
the artist.

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WASHYNGTON. (UPI) T h
House yeatcrday overwhelming overwhelmingly
ly overwhelmingly approved a Republican proposal
designed to curb federal payments
to big Yarmers by slapping a $50,-
000 ceiling oir any single price sup support
port support loan.
Some Democrats claimed the
legislation, approved 201 165,
actually would have -no effect on
loperators 'of big farms because it
said no Mpg about the number
of any ons farmr could receive
under the, price support program.
But its author. Rep. William H.
Avery (R-Kans.), said his aim was
to limit to S50,000 the total price
support payments any one farm.
er could collect. If the proposal
does no' do that now, he said, the,
Senate should tighten it.
The House wrote the limitation
o a S3,939.16S,498 Agriculture
Depar ure appropriationsbill which
it when passed by 'voice vote and
sent to the Semite.
Me House iction came as the
SenPte Agriculture Committee vot voted
ed voted for a sweping invstigation of
Agricurure Secretary ,Ezra T.
Bensons' management of the gov government's
ernment's government's nine billion dollar farm
surplus stockpile.
Sen. Stuart Symington (D-Mo.)I
was named to head a special six sixmember
member sixmember committee which will con conduct
duct conduct the inotdry.
Some Democrats have charged 1
tha,' the rates the government
pays to private warehousemn for
Som Democrats have charged,
that the rates the government ;
pays to private warehousemen fon
storing its surplus' grain allow
'11Prei to make heavy nrofits,
The Senate committee also
weed to rcconsiripp tprms of the
cton-gap whpat bill it approved
last week Rfter some members
protested that V would not re- t tduce
duce tduce the big wheat surplus. 1
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Jazz trumneter Clyde (Sugar
Blues: McCov bas sent his nextto-newest
A400 trumnat to a nrin nrinnled
nled nrinnled Texas bov who eonsidare
him "even better 001 (labriel."
Wayne Nale. 10. said the trum trumnee
nee trumnee le bitz melet nri7ed noeeee
sion Be etOn sleeve with it. It is
the instrriment that develoned a
month while the
Wap n19"i'IV
on the Art LInkleiter television
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con's- ilrpik. 1-Te. mswes nholli P
wheelehair or crawling. Jan
is his 0144 intereet. a hob hobby
by hobby hii; Pareltig Pay ifiveg
whin,e1 40est,whnvss '00-4-011,00)(fity
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sc,nainted several weeks "n
when the boy sant him a fan
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LAFAYETTE,' La. (UPI) A
crazed Negro killed three persons
a white woman and two, police policemenand
menand policemenand seized two children as
hostages yesterday before he
was slain-in a barricaded, burn burning
ing burning house.
Apparently resigned to death,
the Negro released the children
two white boys unharmed in a
final unexplained gesture.
Police then killed him in
withering crossfire.
The desperate gun battle took
place in a warm, spring air. The
bodies of the slain officers lay
grotesquely on the front porch of
the small frame house while of officers
ficers officers shelled it for an hour with
tear gas bombs and volleys of
pistol and shotgun fire.
The negro, Joe Victor, a junk
dealer, answered with blasts from
an old, taped-up doule-barrelled
shotgun.
During a lull in the shooting,
he dramatically released the boys
grade school pupils Walter
Linglinais and .8 mes Roger.
They ran out the front door, re relieying
lieying relieying fears that they too had
been killed in Victor's rampage.
Victor began the orgy of killing
by shooting Mrs. Joseph Duchome
to death in her home early
Wednesday. Officers said the
Negro apparently was bent on
rane or robbery.
Then, in fl!ieing the Duchome
hoilite he seized the two boys
walking to school and dragged
'hem into his house two doors
rom the Duchome hothe on the
littskirts of Lafayette. Ile barri barri'tided
'tided barri'tided the living room and bound
'te boys on the floor.

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HEAD TABLE AT THE BALL -- At the American Legion anniversary ball, giv en at the Fort Atnador Legion Club, Department Commander Al Gauvin in introduces
troduces introduces the honored guests at the head table. Seated from left are Pfc. Charles Hale, Miss Kathy McConaghy, Cpl. Richard Schlosser, Miss Lola Frau'''.
helm, A2c. Richard Thurman, Miss Ceci Eggleston, Sp-4 John 0. Rogers, Miss Judy Myers, Sp-4 Carl Wassgren, Miss Christine Harrison and YN3 R. S.
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Solon Says ike's Foreign Aid
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man Chairman Otto E. Passman of the
House foreign aid appropriations
subcommittee said yesterday Presi
dent Eisenhower's $3,900,000,000
aid program is "grossly inflated"
and needs drastic congressional
surgery.
He sounded the warning as the
subcommittee opened six to eight
weeks of closed-door hearings on
the mooey The louisiana
Democrat claims credit for chop chopping
ping chopping nearly three billion dollars
from the President's aid requests
over the last four years.
Passman said the subcommittee
would go through the new pro program
gram program item by. item to e e p
,"Waste, extravainth 'and Ineffr Ineffrclency"
clency" Ineffrclency" to a minimum.
He accused "bosses" of the aid
p og r a m of seeking "blank
check" spending power "while
avoiding any valid accounting for
their operations."
Passman's statement came as
Hen. Harris B. McDowell Jr. (1)-
Del.), a member f the House
Foreign Affairs Committee, an announced
nounced announced he would seek a four fouryear
year fouryear extension of the aid pro program's
gram's program's development loan fund. rt
now operates on a one-year basis.

In Withering Crossfire

Police who stormeg the front
porch were met with blasts from
the Negro's shotgun.
Sgt. Leroy King and Capt. Har Harold
old Harold Abadee were felled as they
reached the front porch. Two
other officers, Chief Cal Listi and.
Assistant Chief Donlon Richey
were wounded, and police re retreatedunable
treatedunable retreatedunable to reach the bod bodies
ies bodies of King and Abadee.
Victor also apparently took the
pistols of the slain officers.
Fears rose for the safety of the
boys, and police took up positions
on nearby rooftops and behind
shelter at the rear and sides of
the house.
, The area, located near the La Lafayette
fayette Lafayette Airport, was roped off to
keep back crowds of curious.
The sporadic gunfire could be
heard over the city, police used
loudspeakers to warn curiosity
seekers of the danger.
The gunbattle ended swiftly aft after
er after the youngsters were released.
Officers began a crossfire that
shattered windows of the house.
Tear gas bombs were hurled in inside,
side, inside, and the house caught fire.
Officers advanced cautiously
when the shotgun fire from within
ceased. They fired from behind
police cars and ambulances.
Victor's body was found riddled
at least 10 times with bullOs and
shot. His hody was charred by the
heat and flames:
Mrs. Duchome was killed by
two blasts from the shotgun fired
into her chest. Police said the
boys, passing on the street, saw
Victor run from the house. They
said he seized them at the point
of the shotgun.
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McDowell said the c h a ng e
would permit directors of the for foreign
eign foreign aid program to engage in
long-range planning. He also said
it was in line with proposals by
some Senate Democrats ,to Put
more more emphasis on economic
aid and less on military assist assistance.
ance. assistance. McDowell said the foreign af affairs
fairs affairs committee also was looking
for possible cuts in the Presi President's
dent's President's program. But he said ex extreme
treme extreme care would be taken to
make sure that "critical aspects"
of the program were not endan endangered.
gered. endangered. Rep. Wayne,L-1-laYa tp-Ohle)i
a committee member, has an announced
nounced announced he will try to cut 500 mil million
lion million dollars from military and de defense
fense defense support aid. But he also
Plansto ask for A 200 million,Aloi million,Aloilar
lar million,Aloilar increase in money for the de development
velopment development loan fund. The Presi President
dent President is seeking 700 million dollars,
the amount he got last year.
Passman said the President's
new program "represents, as usu usual,
al, usual, what the bureaucrets would
like to have to keep their rna rnachine
chine rnachine operating according to their
tastes."
Two Cops
Lisiti and Donlon rushed to till
scene after word that King and
Abadee, who answered a neigh neighbor's
bor's neighbor's .alarm, were shot. Listi and
Donlon were wounded as they
stepped from their police car.
Capt. Jul Breaux, who arrived
with Listi and Donlon, took com command
mand command of the siege.
"We got down low and kept
him in the house," Breaux said.
"We summoned help and about
25 officers from the city, parish
and state police arrived.'
"We lioaded the house with
tear gas. All that time the two
kids were in the house.
"Pretty soon I saw them come
running out, I was behind a cat
about 25 feet from the house and
they ran behind a state police
car. The car started driving oft
slow and they ran along beside it
for protection
AFTERNOON
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Legionnaires
Have A Ball
At Amador Club
The American Legion Club at
Fort Amador was gay in both
decor and spirit for the Legion's
fortieth anniversary ball, given
by the Department of Panama in
honor of men of the Armed
Forces.
Among more than 850 persons
who attended were Brig, Gen. J.
W. Coutts, Chief of Staff, Carib Caribbeen
been Caribbeen Command, and Mrs. Coutts;
Brig. Gen. M. L. Ogden, Deputy
Commanding General, U.S. Army
Caribbean, and Mrs. Ogden; Judy
Miss- Am eritat Legion ;
members of her court and their
escorts representing all branches
of the military service; and the
four servicemen who had been
named as outstanding represen
tativesM-Sgt. Ralph R. F. Brown Browning,
ing, Browning, Army; T-Sgt. Jesse H. Mil Milford,
ford, Milford, Air Force; S-Sgt. Ralph A.
Grant Jr., Marine Corps; and
Chief Shelton E. Garner, Navy;
An address presented by Depart Department
ment Department Commander Al Gauvin paid
tribute to the Armed Forces, their
past accomplishments, preent
missions and future cammit cammitments.
ments. cammitments. He stressed the need for
greater public recognition of the
military and deplored the current,
trends toward constant reduc
tons in defense budgeta and
military manpower.
The anniversary party was the
culmination of weeks of planning
and work by Gauvin and his as assistants.
sistants. assistants. After the program in
which Miss Myers was named
Miss American Legion, she and
her court were taken on numerous
public appearances on both sides
of the Isthmus.
All tegments of the area were
represented at the party, includ including
ing including military, Canal Zone, and Pa Panama
nama Panama couples. Nearly every Le Legion
gion Legion post on the Zone had a large
reprearntation, attending with
the women's auxiliaries.
Several valuable door prizes
were awarded, including two hi hifi
fi hifi record players to C. L. Dimhick
of Balboa and M-Sgt. H. H. Hddge
of Albrook.
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Hockey Brian Swift, living up to
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Mondays and Fridays
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CLUB
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By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, May 21 (UPI) You think the
YankeeF got troubles?
Step in a little closer, buster, and get a load of
some real misery among baseball's othe unfortunates.

Like the fizzling Phi 'lies, for
example, now suffering through
their worst losing streak in three
years.
Or bewildered Bob Friend of
Pittsburgh, with his 0-7 record.
He isn't exactly cheering over
that showing. Neither is Jack
Harshman about his woeful 0-6
slate with Baltimore.
To quote Casey Stengel:
"it sure is a sad situation."
'Not for everyone, though.
trhe Cleveland Indians clung to
their half-game lead in the A American
merican American League with a 5-3 victo victorit
rit victorit over Washington last night.
Thi second-place White Sox stay stayed'
ed' stayed' out of the cellar lor the first
win over Baltimore; Detroit climb
ed lout of the celler for the first
lime this season and dumped the
Yankees into it for the first time
in:19 years by beating them, 13-6,
And Kansas City moved into the
first division with an 8-2 deci decision
sion decision over Boston.
In the National League, the
Cubs handed the Phillies their
efghth straight loss, 7-5 the
Cerdinals knocked Friend out in
the second inning while beating
tit Pirates, 11-1; the Giants
snapped the Braves' :six-game
whining streak, 6-3, and the
Reds WOO the second game of a
tvti night doubleheader, 7-5 after
the Dodgers took the opener, 8-4.
'Rocky Colavito and Vie POWer
eech drove in a pair of runs to
help the Indians hand the Sena Senators
tors Senators their fourth straight loss.
Southpaw Herb Score won his
fourth game although Jim Perry
had to bail him out in the sev
Tires Withstand
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In 100-Mile Race
While participating in the 100-
trine international race on the new
Day,ona International
Speedway last month, Jim Rath Rathmann
mann Rathmann set a new world record of
170.261 mph on a closed course,
breaking the world record of 166.-
788 mph he set last year in the
500-mile race at Monza, Italy.
At the Daytona race Rathmann
drove an Indianapolis type car e equipped
quipped equipped wi'h Firestone tires.
Firestone tires withstood all the
tortures of speed, track and heat
and carried Rathmann to a new
world record speed without tire
trouble of any kind. In fac', the
tire wear was so good that Rath Rathmann
mann Rathmann entered his car in the sec second
ond second 100-mile race held the same
day without a tire change. After
th? race Jim Rathmann paid high
tribu'e to Firestone tires in help helping
ing helping him set a new world record
and sent a telegram to Harvey S,
Firestone, Jr.. chairman and chief
executive officer of the Firestone
-Tire and Ruber Co. (Advt.).
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enth. Harmon Killebrew snack snacked
ed snacked his 15th homer, a tape-measure
job that traveled more than 430
leet, halfway up the left field
bleachers in Griffith Stadium.
Dick Donovan's four-hit pitcro pitcroing
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the Orioles, who sufforsd only
their second loss in thg last $4,1-
111 game&
It was a case of too much Luis
Aparicio for loser Harshman.
Aparicio collected four of Chica Chicago's
go's Chicago's 11 hits and was on base eve every
ry every time Harshman looked up.
The Baltimore pitcher hit a home
run in his own behalf, but it
wasn't enough.
The big story of the day, of
course, was the Yankee's hitting
rock bottom for the first time at
this stage of the pennant race
since may 25, 1940. Detroit's
Frank Lary, a long-time nemesis
who has beaten the Yanks 18
times in 23 times, yielded a first
inning homer to Yogi Berra and
then held the World Champs off
until the ninth when Mickey
Mantle homered a,nd Berra con connected
nected connected for his second one of the
game.
The Tigers did a little hitting,
too. they raked loser Bobby
Shantz and four relievers for 19
hits, including a pair of homers
by Eddie Yost, who drove in six
runs. Gail Harris also homered.
Roger Maris' 10th homer with
one on in the seventh sealed the
Athletic's victory over the Red
Sox who now have dropped seven
of their last eight games. Ray
Herbert scattered eight hits in
picking up his third victory
while Billy Hoeft was tagged with
his fourth loss.
Ernie Bank's three-run homer
for the Cubs in the eighth inning
:tank the floundering Phi Hies. The
defeat stretched Philadelphia's
losing streak to its longest one
since May 13, 1956 when the club
snapped a 10-game string. Moe
Drabowsky struck out nine and
won his second game although
needing relief. Don Cardwell was
the loser.
St. Louis kayoed Friend with
a six-run burst in the second
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posted his fifth triumph, limit,
ed the Pirates to six hits and
drove in three runs including
two during the big second in inning.
ning. inning. It was the Cardinal's
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Boyer helped it along with his
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Felipe Alou drove in three runs
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the Braves, whose NJ, lead was
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Mike McCornick limited Milwau Milwaudee
dee Milwaudee to five hits until the ninth
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Jones took over and retired the
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hcmer. Bob Buhl was the lOser.
Joe Pignatmo's first homer of
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a six-run seventh inning rally
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ing opening game triumph over the Reds.
Duke Snider also homered to
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third victory. brooks lawrence
lost his fourth game.
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five-run third inning for the
Reds after Roy McMillan had tag tagged
ged tagged loser Carl Erskine for a two tworun
run tworun homer in the second inning.
D9n Newcombe went the route
for his third victory although he
gave up two homers to Charlie
Neal and one to Wally Moon.
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THE FASTLICH TEENERS, currently leading the race in the V.F.W. Teener Baseball League mries, face the camera with the same
assurance that they have faced their opponents. Front row, left to right: tCoach Moy de la Pena, Batboy Jim de la Pena, Jon Mar Marcum,
cum, Marcum, rank Riechart, Lou French, Bob Smith, and Bob Brandon. Back row: Coach Bob Carlin, John Bateman. Doug Priester,
Woody French, Fred Ifuddleston, Bob Fortune, Roy Bettis, Dick Ness and Manager Bob Smith.

Curundu
In VFW
Standings
W L Pct. Gil
8 0 1.000 --
5 3 .625 3
2 5 .286 512
es 0 6 ,000 7
dings
W L Pct. GB
8 0 1.000
5 3 .625 3
2 5 .286 512
0 6 ,000 7
Ga
Balboa Stadium:
rs Atlantic Fast-
Clayton: Curun-
krmed Forces vs
ivis in Pitching
runcio Downs
4 to 2
weather at Mt.
Toms
Fastlich
Curundu
Atlantic
Armed Forces
Next Ge mes
Saturday at Balboa Stadium:
Armed Forces vs Atlantic Fast Fastlich
lich Fastlich vs Curundu.
Sunday at Ft. Clayton: Curtin Curtindu
du Curtindu vs Atlantic Armed Forces vs
Fastlich.
Bacot Basts Davis in Pitching
Duel. as Curvndu Downs
Atlantic 4 to 2
With perfect

,Robinson Hearing Adjourned
Again Unt Tomorrow a.m.

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By JACK CUDDY
NEW YORK (UPI)Sugar Ray
Robin;,on's stormy title hearing
was adjourned again yesterday
to tomorrow, but not until aller
Carmen Basilic) had threatened to
punch an attorney in the nose.
"I'll punch you in the nose!"
fiery Carmen snarled at George
Masdelbaum, one of Sugar Ray's
lawyers.
Mandlebaum countered: "May
be you might in the ring. I'd like
to see you in there with Robin Robinson".
son". Robinson". During Basilio's 70 minutes of
testimony, Mandelbaum slend slender,
er, slender, bespectacled and dar haired
had lashed verbally at the ex exmiddleweight
middleweight exmiddleweight champion and his
attorney, Lawrence Rulison, ma many
ny many times because Rulison alleged
ly was coaching Carmen on an answers
swers answers to questions.
It was during one of Mandel Mandelbaum's
baum's Mandelbaum's angry tirades that gray graysuited
suited graysuited Carmen made his 'hreat,
accompanied by a closed-fist ges gesture.
ture. gesture. Sharpen Axe
It became apparent during
yesterday's second session of the
hea.ring that the New York State
Athletic Commission was ,sharp ,sharpening
ening ,sharpening the axe to lop off Robin Robinson's
son's Robinson's middleweigh: crown for his
failure to comply with commission
and court orders to "enter into
articles of agreement" with Basi BasiIto
Ito BasiIto by May 15 for a title fight.
The National Boxing Assn. had
vacated his crown on May 4. New
York is not a member of !he NBA.

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Gains On Atiantic
Teener Loop Series

Hope Saturday and with excel.
lent support by his team mates
Bacot went the route for Curun
du as they racked up their firth
win in the VFW Teener Series.
Although Davis, Atlantic pitcher,
gave up only one more hit than
Bacot, the two double plays by
Curundu, one in the first inning,
and one in the second erased
four men that could have been
in scoring position.
Atlantic also had a double play
in the second inning. Gerardi led
off with a single to left and Man
ning followed with a base oh
bails, then with runners on first
and second Piaia grounded to
Drohan who threw to Field at
second for one and Bath at first
for the second out.
-
Robinson is still 160-pound ruler
in New York statebut apparent apparently
ly apparently not for long.
The trend of the trial was in indicated
dicated indicated by the commission's re repeated
peated repeated restrictions of Basilio's re reluc.ant
luc.ant reluc.ant testimony largely to events
preceding the May 15 dead line,
and by the repeated threats from
Martin Machat, Sugar Ray's chief
attorney, that he would appeal an
u,nfavorable commission ruling to
the appellate division of the New
York Supreme Cour:.
Case Suffers Set Back
Robinson's case also suffered a
setback when the Pennsylvania
State Athletic Commission failed
to provide the New York Commis Commission
sion Commission with a mysterious "subsidi "subsidiary
ary "subsidiary contract" under which Robin Robinson
son Robinson would be paid for defending
his title against Basilio at Phila Philadelphia's'
delphia's' Philadelphia's' Municipal Stadium,
Sept. 21.
The commission restrictions
tighetned about Sugar Ray in
a blue-and-white checked sports
jacket and pale green slacks as
Chairman Melvin L. Krulewitch
again and again upheld objections
from Carmen's attorney against
Ma chat's questions.
Carmen testified yesterday he
on May 12 three days before
the New York deadline for the
September fight. But Basilio nei neither
ther neither signed nor negotiated.
Carmen testified Wednesday be
had filed a challenge h the New
York Commission on March 13, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by a $2,000 forfeit check
"and I'm ready and willing now
to fight him if the negotiated
terms are right."

Both teams scored a run in the
first inning and the score remain remained
ed remained deadlocked until the fifth in inning
ning inning when Curundu iced the
game with three runs, on sin singles
gles singles by Metcalf and Bacot a n d
two erros.
Atlantic scored one in the first
on a single by Davis and one in
the fifth on a single by Bath.
Zent, Curundu second s a cK er
made a nice play when he pick picked
ed picked out a drive by Green and fir fired
ed fired to Underwood to complete the
dOuble play.

Ati a ntic
Field, 2b
Bath, lb
Davis, p
Green, rt
Rodriguez, lt-3b
Bailkowski, e
Wilder, 3b
Dockery, et
Drohan, ss
Schledegg, rf
Hauser, lt
AB R H PO A
1 1 0 1 1
30141
30113
20011
30200
30152
10030
31010
20022
00000
10000
21 2 4 18 10
Totals
21
AB
1
Curundu
Zent, 2b
Treadway, 3h
Metcalf, lb-ss
Underwood, ss-lb
Francione, c
Gerardi, cf
Manning, rf
Piaia, If-cf
Bacot, p
Hunter, lf
Reyes, rf
,B R H PO A
12153
21041
30100
2006 2
2015 3
30100
10000
30010
3120 2
0 0 0 0 0
1 0 0 0 0
Totals
21 4 6 21 11
SUMMARY
2b: Rodriguez, DP: Underwood
to Zent 2. Drohan to Field to
Bath. BB: Bacot, 7, Davis 4. SO:
Bacot 4, Davis 4. LOB: Atlantic
6, Curundu SAC: ant-Treadway.
Umpires: Seigliane and
Hauser. Scorer Mabel Math. Time
1:30.
Anti-Yankee Fans
Whooping it Up
NEW YORK, May 21(UPI)
The Yankees began to hoar a.
bout it even before they official officially
ly officially tumbled into the Ametican
League cellar after yesterday's
13-6 loss to the Oetroit Tigers.
One wire addressed to Yankee
radio and TV announcer Mtl
Allen arrived at Yankee Stadium
during the seventh inning and
road:
"How hard I rooted in the
past.
"And now it's true, the Yanks
are last."

Marlin, Sailfish
Tourney Makers
To Meet Tomorrow

The organizing committea of
Hi seventh International Marlin
and Sailfish toumamant will 1st
solected Friday aftarnoon a
tha Pamma 'Yacht and Fishing
Club.
Ths tournay will be haId In
Panama Bay during the month
of July.
Ropreserztativas of tht Pana Panama
ma Panama Marlin Club, the Rod and
Raid Club, who attended an
aarliar matting with that Pana Panama
ma Panama group will attend tha mut muting,
ing, muting, which gots under way at
5:30.
Auto Racing Moguls
Unable To Account
For Another Death
By CHARLES HONAKER
INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) Auto
racing officials today spoke with
growing romorse in being unable
to account for the second death
within 72 hotirs of drivers quali qualifying
fying qualifying for the 500-mile Memorial
Day race.
Rookie driver Bob Cortner died
Tuesday night at Methodist Hos Hospital,
pital, Hospital, about seven hours after his
new roadster crashed into the con concrete
crete concrete retaining wall at the Indi Indianapolis
anapolis Indianapolis Speedway, where oiliy
last Sunday Jerry Unser died in
a fiery crackup.
Cortner, 32, a veteran midget
driver from Redlands, Calif., was
practicing at the 2 1-2 mile oval
when he fost control,o fhis car in
the northeast curve and slam slammed
med slammed almot head-on into the wall
at about '130 miles an hour.
His death was the fifth across
the nation this year in twactice
and tryouts for the 500-mile clas classic,
sic, classic, according to Henry Banks, di director
rector director of competition for the Unit United
ed United States Auto Club USAC, which
sponsors the event.
Marshall Teague was killed in
practice at Daytona Beach, Fla.,
in February, George Amick died
in a crash at the same track dur during
ing during a 1,00-mile race last month,
and Dick Linder was killed in a
100-miler at Trenton, N.J., Arpil
20.
Banks said all the fatal crashes
were different.
"There is no pattern," he said.
"I have no explanation."
"I feel terrible about this," he
added. "Since taking over this job
I have donw everyting I xnoy
how to prevent the tragic acci accidents.
dents. accidents. I feel a deep responsibili responsibility.
ty. responsibility. 'We screen all drivers and in inspect
spect inspect the equipment. I believe we
take all the necessary procautions
we can possibly take. USAC driv drivers
ers drivers are the cream of the crop.'
PROMOTES NEGRO BASEBALL
NEW YOUR (UPI)----Syl Gordon
a former National Leaguer with
the Giants, Braves and PiraLes,
will help promote Negro Natioaal
League bawball at Yankee Sta Stadium
dium Stadium this summer. The first game
will be a doubleheader betwcen
the Kansas City Monarchs and the
Memphis Red Sox June 7.

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Los Angeles
Cincinnati
Pittsburgh
St. Louis
Philadelphia
W L
21 11
19 16
20 17
20 18
18 17
IS 18
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11 21
Pct. GB
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Today's Games
Philadelphia at Chicago
Pittsburgh at St. Louis (N)
Only game scheduled.
P.
,
Yesterday's Results
Milwaukee 000 012 000-3 7 2
San Francisco 000 202 02x-6 6 1
Buhl (2-2) and Crandall.
McCormick (2-2), S. Jones and
Schmidt, Landrith.
Philadelphia 100 000 202-5 10 1
Chicago 000 031 03x-7 8 1
Cardwell (9-2), Semproch, May Mayer,
er, Mayer, Robinson and Sawatski.
Drabowsky (2-8), Porterfield,
Henry, Elston and S. Taylor.
(Twilight Game)
Cincinnati 000 020 020-4 10 0
Los Angeles 4)11 000 60x-114 1
Lawrence (3-4), Mabe and Dot Dotterel
terel Dotterel
McDevitt (3-2) and Pignatano.
(Night Game)
Cincinnati 7
Los Angeles 5
(Night Gam)
Pittsburgh 101 000 000-1 6 3
St. Louis 061 101 02x-11 14 0
Friend (0-7), Gross, Williams
and Foiles.
Mizell (5-1) and H. Smith.-

Chestnut At Gym Today;
U.S. Fighter 'Ready'
For Go Against Santa

-,-.-
New York featherweight Ike
Chestnut today shifted his train
ing camp from the Colon Arena
to the National Gym with a spar sparring
ring sparring session scheduled for 4 o'-
clock this afternoon.
Chestnut, the sixth-ranked 126-
pounder in the The Ring maga magazine,
zine, magazine, fights Panama's unbeaten
featherweight champion Jesus
Santamaria in a ten-rounder at
the Colon Arena Sunday night.
Chestnut will ha interviewed
over CFN-TV during the Pano Panorama
rama Panorama program which begins at
5:30 this evening.
The visitor, who arrived here
yesterday at around 3 a.m., work worked
ed worked out at the Colon Arena yes yesterday
terday yesterday before hundreds of watch watchers
ers watchers which included Colon Boxing
'Commission members.
Chestnut sparred three rounds
with local lightweight Jorge
Quintero and displayed a sting stingleft
left stingleft iab while using his right
sparingly. His defensive quali qualities
ties qualities impressed the onlookert;
The strong-loOking Negro was
accompanied on his trip to Pa Panama
nama Panama by his trainer Morris Bim Bimstein
stein Bimstein and former world sprint
champion Lloyd La Beach, who
made Statesside arrangements for
the bout.
Chestnut and Bimstein are
housed at Colon's Carlton Hotel
while La Beach is quartered at
the Hotel International in Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. Alter yesterday's workout the
US fighter ,and his trainer attend attended
ed attended a boxing commission meeting
at which details of his contract
were gone into.
At the meeting it was reveal revealed
ed revealed that Chestnut had been origin originally
ally originally offered a $3000 guarantee by
local promoters Duncan i!nd ,t,t,n ,t,t,ngelly,
gelly, ,t,t,ngelly, but that the figure was
changed to 53,500 on the pact by
Herman Wallman, Ike's manager
who remained in New York.
Under questioning by the corn.
missioners, Bimatelp brought
out that the change-was :made
and initialed by Waliman after
the manager insisted on the ad..
ditional $500 in communications
with the promoters.
The contract was okayed by the
commission on the stipulation
that all persons concerntd
up the matter thoroughly before

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American League
Mims
Cleveland
Chicago
Baltimore
Kansas City
Washington
Boston
Detroit
New York
W Pct. 63
21 11 .656
22 13 .629 Vs
20 15 .571 214
15 16 .484 5
17 20 .459 at.,
13 19 .406 8
13 20 .394 814
12 19 .387
Today's Games
Kanias ,City at Boston
Only game scheduled.
Yesterday's Results
Detroit 600 023 602-13 19 0
New York 200 000 004-6 10 t
Lary (4-3) and Wilson.
Shantz (0-2), Coates, Mass, Simi
divant, Kucks and Blanchard, Be
rra.
Kansas City 001 200 203-8 14 1
Boston 010 100 000-2 8 1
Herbert (3-3) and House.
Hoeft (14) Monbouquette,
and Daley.
(Night Game)
Chicago 011 010 020-5 11 5
Baltimore 011 000 000-2 4 3,
Donovan (2-2) and Lollar.
Harshman (0-6), Loes, Portoca Portocarrero
rrero Portocarrero and Triandos.
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(Night Game)
Cleveland 102 011-000-5 9 3
Washington 001 001 100-8 6 3'
Score (4-2), Perry and Naragon. --
Kemmerer (4-3)x Griggs, Fisch Fischer'
er' Fischer' and 'Porter ;
,
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IKE CHESTNUT
the solons by tomorrow.
Boxing commission president
Daniel Delgado Duarte told Chest.
nut that the commission and
fans expected the boxer to give
a good accotmt of himself agauhst
the Pnaama monarch.
"There is a lot of money in-.,
volved," said Delgado," and it is-
hoped you are in good physical
condition and that you will put
out your best effortK"
Chestnut replied that he was
in exce;lent shape and had ,,
been working out at New
York's Stillman's Gym since his
return from Mexico, wher ;"
he was decisioned by Ernesto "'
Figueroa three weeks ago. Fi
gueroa, a Mexican, is rated 4
tenth among the best faather;
weight; by the National Boxing
Association.
At yesterday's meeting the
commi,ssion also gave the greed
light to a fight trAween Mexico's --
Victor Manuel Quijano and San:',:
tamaria June 21 at the Arena.
Prices for Sunday's card are.:
general admission, $1.50; general
ringside, $4, and reserved ring-
side, $5.
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IKE CHESTNUT .:
,-., 711kloi
the solons by tomorrow.
Boxing commission president
Daniel Delgado Duarte told Chest.
nut that the commission and
fans expected the boxer to give
a good accoimt of himself agaulst
the Pnaama monarCh. d
..
.
"There is a lot of money in-., So
volved," said Delgado," and it is-
hoped you are in good physical ',
condition and that you will put '
out your best effortK"
....-
Chestnut replied that he was .,..k :,
in exce;lent shape and had ,'(
been working out at New
York's Stillman's Gym since his 4,,,
return from Mexico, wher '-','"':
he was decisioned by Ernesto '"'
Figueroa three weeks ago. fi .-1: .'
gueroa, a Mexican, is rated 4' .,,'
tenth among the best feather; gt
weight; by the National Boxing
,,, 0
Association. :s.
Nit
At yesterday's meet ing the.- 0,'
commiission also gave the greed ,,,
light to a fight b-Aween Mexico's-t,
Victor Manuel Quijano and San:',',:-..
tamaria June 21 at the Arena. I
Prices for Sunday's card are.:
general admission, $1.50; general'
ringside, $4, and reserved ring-"',
side, $5.
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Santa Clara IL As P. Pboas Pa Pa"WO
"WO Pa"WO lia II11177 Cristobal 1-1173.
Foster totaorks. between Sento
Clara and Ale Hato. New low
rotas. Phone Balboa 1666.
Baldwin's furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach. To laphone
Smith, Gamboa 302.
Houses
- FOR RENT:Furnishod chalet
livingl-dining room, 3 bedrooms,
maid'a room, gamic For infor information
mation information call W., 3-4641.
fIDR RENTsCompletely fur furtasked
tasked furtasked bedroom house for six
months, starting May 25,'' nice
neighborhood. 95th Street No.
43, $135.00, Tol. 3-4994 -office
hours.
Commercial Siti
FOR RENT:--316.110
meters, suitable for a warehouse
workshop, garage, S Street, bet between
ween between Automobile Road and Fran Frangipani
gipani Frangipani Street clogs to Auto
Servicio. $235. Phone 1-04111
Hip hours.
FOR, RENT:--'New commercial
locale, intersection Cuba Avenue
and 37th Street No., 19.
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, REJOINS OLD BOSS
COLLEGE 'PARK, Md. (UPI):
Roland Arrigoni will rejoin Ilk
old boss, Tom Nugent, when he
takes over as freshman football
coach at the University of Mary--
land June Arrigoni held the
stme position at Florida State
last year tmder Nugent, the, Ter Terrapins'
rapins' Terrapins' new headcoach.
' WINS IN COMEBACK
LENINGRAD (UPI) Vladimir
Kuts, Russia's Olumpic distrance
rurming champion, made a sut sutprise
prise sutprise comeback in a 5,000-meter
, cross-country race 'Tuesday, win winning
ning winning the event in 14 minutes, 40
seconds. Kuts retired two years
ago because of stomach, trouble
bu Opparently can't resist the
urge Io compete in an occasion occasion-
- occasion- al race.
TAKES MNAAGER'S JA
SANFORD, Fla. (UPI) The
Sanford club of the Class D Flor Florida
ida Florida State -League, which lost 23
of its,first 28 games, has a new
manager. Ed Barbarito, former
home run king of 'the Sally
League, announced Tuesday he
has agreed to take the job.
MANAGES STEAK HOUSE 1
GALESBURG, (UPI) Jim Jimmie
mie Jimmie Foxx, former major league
home run slugger, yesterd afy
launched a new cateer as man.
ager and host of a local steak
house. Foxx,' 51, served as a
coach with Mimteapolis of the A A,
, A, merican Association last year.

LEGAL NOTICE
United States District court For The
District of The Canal Zone
Balboa Division
In the matter of the estate of Bride
IL Phelps, Deceased. No. 9532, Probate.
Notice of Time Set For Proving Will
And Hearing Application For Letters
NancE le hereby given that a peti peti,
, peti, tit:in for ,the probate of the will be
Bride E. Phelps, deceased: and for the
issuance of lettere of administration
with the will annexed to Mainert J.
Peterson was filed in this Court on May
13. 1959, and that June 4, 1959 at 9
o'clbck a.m., in the Coartroom of this
Court at Ancon, Canal Zone. has been
set for the hearing of said petition,
when and where any person Interest Interested
ed Interested may appear and contest the same,
and show cause, if say, why said peti.
tion should not be granted.
Dated at Afton, Canal Zone, this
May 13, 19591.
Sara de la ?Ms
Clerk ,of Court
Meal)
By Marlon D. Bowen I
Deputy Clerk of Court.

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LIFE INSURANCE
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JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltagv,tito Ins. Co.,
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Tel. Ninon 2-0562
Monday thru triday
0:00 cm. to 1210
2:011 p.m. to 6:00
Apturday: amt. to 12:60
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Apartments
FOR JILENT3---Apartasent 2 bed.
rooms, 2 bathrooms. large living
and dining room, garage, hot wp wpter,
ter, wpter, maid's room with bathroom.
5110.00. 55th St. No. 21, El
Cangreie. Telephone: Off. hours
2-0321 after Off. hours 3470E;
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RENT:Moderst 2 bedroom.'
apartnutpt in El Camera lo
moment. All screened and hot
water Installation. Futther part14
culars call telephone Panami 3
4946. After hours 3-6737.

FOR RENT:---One bedroom fur-,
wished apartment; livingroom,
kitchen with refrigerator, owe,
hot water. bath and tub, garage.
Via Espaa No. 20-12. Phone 3-,
4037 beside Popular Clinic MO:
FOR RENT:---In Cangrolo, hv
lecimem apartment. two bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, maid's IFOOM ,with bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, dinnette and porch, Raquel
Building, Tel. 2-2379.
, FOR RENT:--A large, comfort.
able apartment. It has one bed bedroom.
room. bedroom. clout. living room, din.
ming room, porch, and kitchen.
All furnished. Will rent only to
a serious and responsible person.
La Cresta, Avenida Jose Gabriel
Duque No. 32. Telephones Pan Panama
ama Panama 3.1043 and 2-1045.
FOR RENT: Comps Alegre.
new (me bedroom apartment,
completely turwished, hot water.
$110.00. Tel.A3-3839.
FOR RINT:---tangreio,- nicely
furnished one room apartment
with kitchen, bath, hot water,
balcony. 885.00 Call 3-1789.
SERVICES
TELEVISION SERVICE
TV, Radios, Hi-FI Transitors
specialist. We service all makes
and models. We don't pretend to
guarantee our work. Ws guar guarantee
antee guarantee CRAWFORD AGENCIES. Tivoli
Ave. 111-20. Tel. 2-1905.
Having trouble with VOW TV,
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VISION TELEVISION Customer's satisfaction
Workmanship guarranteed. Fast
Home Service. Phone 3-7607
Panama. 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Protect your home and proper property
ty property against Insect dames 4.
Prompt scientitie treatment on
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basis. Telephoni-Prdidd Service,'
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DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CZ
PHONE BALBOA 3709
Mr. John Husted is kindly re requested
quested requested to contact, as soon as
possible, the Accounting Depart Department
ment Department of "Agencies ,Otis McAl McAllister,
lister, McAllister, S.A."
Boats El
Motors
FOR SALE:-14 ft.i Chris Craft
tYPs runabout boat. States Naar,
15 h.p. Evinru and all equip equipment
ment equipment 5375.00 Bondi model "8"
washing machine $10.00. Phone
Quarry Heights 3189.
MUST SELL: 14 foot plywood
f iberplassed runabout, trailer,
romote controls, test offer by
June 1, 1959. Balboa 6384.
FOR RENT
Co to 2200 Sq. Ft. of modern
of new "EWA" Building
Large private parking area
in rear Janitor and night
watchman services Air
Conditioning optional Via
Espafta on 46th block
office space on second floOr
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Phone 34934 3-4935
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Citr MIA of New York (branch)
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11111110Untes Its new telephone
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FOR SALE: 1957 Chevrolet
Bel-Air, 4 door 'adage, 6 cylinder,
standard transmission. $1450.
Sgt. Beason, Rodman 3252.
FOR SALE:--1950 Cadillac so.
dan, new Uncoils. Excellent tiros
and engine, good economical
transportation, 9350, bast offer.
84-8159 son at 916-C Rocs-.
seam.
FOR SALE:--Sunbeam Alpine,
sport car in fine condition. For
information tall 3-1141 betwoon
9 and 5 p.m. and after 5 P.m.
3-3069.
FOR SALE --1957 Ford Custom
300, clean, low miles's, radio.
Call Balboa 2384.
FOR SALE:---57 MGA dark and
green, sport coupe. 18,000 miles.
84-4160.
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet
!meal a; poWerglide, power.
brakes, power steering, wonder
bar radio, rear speaker, white
sidewalls, heater, 15,800 Miles,
$2350.00. Ft. Kobbe 5171.
FOR SALE: 1953' Marcum
good condition, $500. Soo at
house 559 Corozal or call 2-
,, 3086.
FOR SALE:-1955 Ford station stationwagon,
wagon, stationwagon, 9 passengers. Perfect
condition. $1300.00. 3,
5736.
FOR SALE:-1957 Buick Special
C.Z. inspected, radio, wisivr,
excellent inside, outside, duty dutyfree,
free, dutyfree, easily financed, must soil.
Call Ben 2-0600.
FOR SALE:Station wagon V-11.
standard shift, one owner, excel excellent
lent excellent condition. 2352-A Owen St.
Balboa, phone Balboa 1472 4 p.
m. to 7 Pm.
FOR SA11:-1948 Tudor Buick
Super, motor and brakes 'over 'overhauled
hauled 'overhauled recently, new battery,
good tires. $100.00. Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-1839.
FOR SALE:-1956 Chevrolet 4-
door, standard shift111.000
miles, beautiful condition. House
512 M illo street, Ancon.
Between five ,and six o'clock.
FOR SALE:-1958 Chevrolet,
,5,000 miles, duty paid, radio,
white sidlestolls, oxcellent condi condition.
tion. condition. Call 3-7435,
FOR SALE:.1957 Ford Fair long
"500". V-8. 2 door hardtoo
coupe, P,Witrstaating radio,
white wail-This. f'tnno paint.
$1700. Tat. Ft. Rabbi 7112.
JUST IN CASE
NEW YORK (UPI)---A store of offered
fered offered air conditioners for sale to today
day today with "no payments until tem temperature
perature temperature hits 95 degrees."
Last summer it never did. But
the store bad some fine print to
take care' of th.t "or July
15, 1959."
LEGA.: NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
United States District Court For The
District of The Canal Zone
Division of Cristbal
Wanda L. Francis, Plaintiff vs. Don Donald
ald Donald J. Francis, Defendant. Summons
Case No. 2294 Civil Docket 10 Action
for Divorce.
To the above-narned defendant;
You are hereby required to appear
and answer kthe complaint filed in the
above-entitled action within ninety
days after the last publication.
In case of your failure to so appear
and answer, judgment will be taken
agairut you by default for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe, JLidge. United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, this 20th day of April, 1959.
Sara de la refit'
Clerk
(Seal)
BysDavid M. Jenkins
Deputy Clerk
To Donald J. Francis
The foregoing summons is served
upon you by publication pursuant to
the order of the Honorable Guthrie F.
Crowe, Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal,
Zone. dated April 30. 1959. and enter entered
ed entered and filed in this action in the of office
fice office of the Clerk of said United States
District Court for the Division of Cris Cristbal.
tbal. Cristbal. on April 30, 1959.
Sara de la Pella
Clerk
BysDavid M. Jenkins
Deputy Clerk
Giji
American Life
Insurance Company
MILITARY PERSONNEL
For similar basic low NSLI
rates charged by the govern government
ment government during W. W.
Phone anytime Panama
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FOR SALE:Assostml metal arid
wood Venetian blinds, for four
family or Duplex wanton. Clutaia
Call Balboa 36f19, bongo 0860-A
FOR SALE:Steree record player.-
lour-speed, cembinatien ra radio
dio radio speaker, records.- $175 cash;
Cooper, Balboa 3624.
FOR SAL1:---floathkit 25 watt
amplifier and preamp. Like new
$60 00.0 Garrard changer Rat 8
52500; 2-3290. 5775-1. Dia Diable.
ble. Diable. M..1.M,
FOR SALE:--Piano, in vary nood
condition. Baldwin Acroartnic.
34th Stroot. Talc 3-4947 and
3-0672.
FOR SALE:-.Usoill not snatched
Mac &tutor golf clubs. 4 woods.
8 irons, uutter,,olil bog., 870.00.
Phonis 3-6631.
FOR SALE:--1950 Ford, nuclei nucleilent
lent nucleilent mechanical condition $300,
1957 Ford, all extras, including
trunk unit, air conditioning, now
Lambretta motor scooter, new 214
ton Coldspot air conditioner.
1956 Pontiac station wagon. six sixcollont
collont sixcollont condition. Sylvania Hi Fl
10, M. Call Curundu 4198.
FOR SALE:--2 Singer sewing
machines, 2 aluminum Venetian
'blinds 5' long 712' wide, 1,5P
long 6' wide, as is. House 5409,
Diablo Heights, Tel. 2-3012.
FOR SALE:--floor,safe manufac
tured by Herring-Hall-Marvin
Safe Co. One (1) size, 16 inches
deep, 16 inches wide, 22 inches
high. Price $100.00. CMe (1)
size A inches deep, 30 inches
wide, 42 inches high. Price
S185.00, excellent condition.
Contact Mr. Manning, Sears Roe Roebuck,
buck, Roebuck, S.A. on the Transisthmian
Highway, Phone 2-0931.
, FOR SALE:Excelsiot accordion,
120 ban, excellent condition.
0855-A, Balboa, Phone 3558
after 6 p.m.
FOR SALE:"56" h.p. Morcury
with gas tank, excellont condi.
tion, $95.00. Also ladies winter
coat, now, $20.00. Phone Balboa
2887.
FOR SALE:Englisk lightweight
bicycle, gears, good condition.
Tel. 3-4600, Panama.
FOR SA1.10.--Nores Now Lino
automatic washor 8100. Phone
82-5240.
, FOR SALE: Stereo Records.
Classical and Polio art Rif AI
sortmont. AGENCIAS DIAZ 17th
Strcot No. 6-A.
1 Special 9ffers
STORE CLERK; Not elder titan
SO. Experienced. Do sot apply
withiaut references. Cie. Paname.
lie de Talmo. S.A. Rio Aba lo,
next to the itio Theatre. From
9:00 a.m. to 1 :00 a.m.
WANTED:Experienced steno.
nrapher-typiat. Excellent poor..
tunity and salary. Write P. O.
Box 6774 Panama, including plc..
turn.
WANTED: Radio-technican,
knowledge en television $150.
SELECCION DE PERSONAL. S.A.
Tel. 2-2737 2-0451.
WANTE:Pick-up driver. col collector.
lector. collector. Roferences. $100.00. Tel.
2-2737 2-0451. Peikard
Building In front of Lottery Bldg.
WANTED:Executite-secretary.
Excellent salary. Shotthand and
bilingual. Urgent. SELECC1ON
DE PERSONAL, S.A. Tel. 2-11451
2-2737.

FBI Denies Harassing Community
In Kidn'ap-Lynching Investigation

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FBI today branded as "ab "absolute
solute "absolute falsehoods" charges that
its agents have harassed resi residents
dents residents of Poplarville, Miss. in con con'
' con' nection with its investigation of
itle Mack Charles Parker lynch lynching.
ing. lynching. The bureau said "distortions
and misrepresentations" had been
circulated by persons "who ob obviously
viously obviously do not desire this case
to be solved."
Parker, 23-year-Old Negro,
was abducted from the Pearl Riv River
er River Co:unty Jail at Poplarville April
25 by a band of masked, white whitegloved
gloved whitegloved men. The kidnaping oc occurred
curred occurred on the evt., of Parker's trial
on charges of raping a pregnant
,white woman last February.
Parker's body, apparenly rid riddled
dled riddled by bullets, was found May 4
among the driftwood in the Part
River. Since then, 40 FBI agents
have been at the sceee in an
attempt to solve the ease.

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IHome Articles

FOR SA1.1:--G.E. refrigerator
890. Keninom automatic washer
830. G.E. range $20, after 4:00
Om. Gam koa 6-198.
FOR SALE: RCA' automatic
washer dryer combination, beds,
chest and' misc. 2-3578, 3-6133.
FOR SALE: Sorrel oloctric
doublo door refrigerator, lioed
condition. Beat offer, call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1432 offer 4.
FOR SAMSteil tank 300
gal, with gauge, fill switch; 7
aluminum louvers 2)13"; lava lavatory;
tory; lavatory; 2 steel bunk beds; 2 largo
ship lights, red. green, kerosine
or electric. Balboa 2-1630.
FOR BALE:Large square motal
aisle, table $5.00; metal desk
S5.00. Balboa 2-1324.
FOR SALE:Matching maho mahogany
gany mahogany China 'closet and buffet,
custom mobs by Pan Canal
Shoo. $5000 each. 0957 Bou Bouealnyileas
ealnyileas Bouealnyileas street, Balboa.
FOR SALLSix strand Rattan
living room set, metal kitchen
cabinet with zinc and other
household items. lose Gabriel
Duque A No. 21, Apt. 4.
Animals
FOR SALE:Beautiful year-old
Filly. Call 2-2818 or sac at Pa Pacific
cific Pacific Sarnia Club.
WANTED 1
WANTED:Maid to take charge
of house and two children. Call
Rodman 3640.
WANTED: Excellent house housekeeper
keeper housekeeper and general housework.
Will stay in Colon 1844.
CHUCKLE HEAD
GET UP, FEET
NEWARK, N.J. (UPI)Patrol (UPI)Patrolman
man (UPI)Patrolman John Eames, testifying in the
trial of Joseph Rinaldl, 27,
charged with burglarizingv a ta tavern,
vern, tavern, said he searched the place
after the robbery and fotmd a
pair f feet protruding through
boards in.t.ho.cellar.
' said-40'5e feet, 'Get Up,'
Eames testified.
, "Did the feet answer?" asked
Deputy Atty. Gen. Martin J. Lof Loftus.
tus. Loftus.
Th Tough a gale Of courtroom
laughter, Eames replied that the
feet didn't, but Rinaldi shouted:
"Don't shoot. I give up."
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TRUE TO ITS NAME
EDINBURGH, Scotland (UPI)
Lobster fisherman James Smith,
49, fell out of the boat as he was
setting his lobster pots.
The boat chugged off Into the
fog, and Smith swam the 100
yards to shore. He found the boat,
named "Lead Me," landed ahead
of him.
MARK 110TH ANNIVERSARY
MOSCOW (UPI) A Russian
couple in a mountain village near
the Caspian sea port of Makhach Makhachkala
kala Makhachkala have celebrated their 110th
wedding anniversary, Moscow Ra Radio
dio Radio reported last night. The
home service broadcast said the
131-year-old man and his 136-yearold
wife have three children who
are over 100 years old.
e ....
Charged in Interviows
Local residents hav charged
in in!erviews that federal agents
have questioned them over and
over and kept them under con constant
stant constant scrutiny in their hunt for
members of the mob.
The FBI spokesman referred
specifically to a report that Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Smih of McNeill, Miss., suf.
fered a cerebral hemorrhage after
The FBI said it had been ad advised
vised advised by medical authority that
Smith had not suffered a hemori
hage and that "the persona, pri
marily responsible. for the circula.
ion of the false story regarding
Smith has known from the very
outset that he was nott elling the
truth."
"When examined in the light of
the facts," the FBI said, "the
ludicrous nature of these charges
becomes obvious."
"In like manner," the FBI said,
"other distbrtions and Misrepre Misrepresentations
sentations Misrepresentations concerning bur investi
S. PANAMA

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Rio! state
FOR SALL-1.nts- OO and 1.000
meters. in the Norte Hiplidrome
Urioanizatior across the Remon
Racetraik. AN lots with street
fronts. sewage. water main and
electricity, Can W. Mc Barnett.
Tel. 11-0976.
Lessons
Spanish course at University.
Intensive Spanish course for English-speaking
people at Univer University
sity University of Panama from May 25 to
July 9. CI in the morning
and evening on Monday, Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday and Thursday Morning
Students: Beginners (only): from
9 to 10 a.m., Evening Students:
Beginners: 5:30; Intermediate:
6:30; Advanced: 7:30. Registra Registration
tion Registration at Secretary's office.
il
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macy.
jeopardize the whole country,
Those "Dristan" Tablets you've according to Power.
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Rival Gang Fracas
Brings 35 Aires's
By Norfolk Police
NORFOLK, Va. RJPI)--Thirtyfive
persons faced charges of dis disorderly
orderly disorderly conduc t' today grow growing
ing growing out of a fight involving about
100 persons during a softball
game.
Police arrested the 35, includ including
ing including 19 juveniles, last night
after anearlier effort to break up
a pre-arranged gang fight failed.
Officers said the fight, sched scheduled
uled scheduled between the downtown Nor Norfolk
folk Norfolk "Outcasts" and NT gangs
known as the "Knights' anti the
"Aces" from nearby Virginia
Beach, Princess Anne and Ocean
View, was called off when one
gang member heard a police
broadcast warning of the raid.
The gangs had arranged to
meet at e suburban Norfolk
neighborhood, but an anony anonymous
mous anonymous telephone call tipped police
to the impending "rumble" and
several patrol cars were con concealed
cealed concealed in the area.
A Youth Bureau spokesman
said the fight was planned be because
cause because the "0 utc est s" were
"throwing their weight around
and the 'Knights' and 'Aces' de decided
cided decided to challenge them."
A short time later, two mem members
bers members of 'he rival gangs started a
fight behind Norfolk's Masonic
Temple near Granby High School
where a softball game was in
progress. Spectators poured N Nthe
the Nthe stands and joined the melee.
Police Chief Harold Anderson
led officers to the scene and ar arrested
rested arrested the 35. Officers said about
65 persons escaped before police
arrived.
The fracas Involved only white
youths, police said.
A search of cars parked In (be
neighborhood turned up several
baseball bats, clubs, "judo
sticks," knives and brass knuck knuckles.
les. knuckles. Police found similar weapons
at the scene of the fight. One wit witness
ness witness said sveral, of the youths
had blood splattered on their
clothing.
gation have been circulated
mainly by persons who obvious obviously
ly obviously do not desire his ease to be
solved.
"Contrasted against the actions
of these elements have been the
active support and cooperation
which we have received from Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi Gov. J. P. Coleman, the
Mississippi Highway Patrol and
other responsible cilzens."
Rst On ittnord
The FBI said no innocent per person
son person "ever need fear being inves investigated
tigated investigated by the FBI. Our agents
work as diligently to remove sus suspicion
picion suspicion from falsely accused per persons
sons persons as to identify and apprehend
wrong-doers.
"They are trained to perform
their assignments thoroughly
with respect for all persons con concerned."
cerned." concerned." The. FBI said it rested on its
record "as well as to the facts of
the current allegations in branding
these chargesto be absolute false falsehoods."
hoods." falsehoods."
'IT'S ONLY RIGHT
TAMPA, Fla. (UP1)--City Judge
Bob Johnson called for the ap appointment
pointment appointment of one or more women
to the city's parking board, "be "because
cause "because they are the ones involved"
in parking problems.
! "Who drives to the store and
idoes all the shopping? The wom women."
en." women." Johnson said.
lie didn't say which sey was
getting the most parking tickets.
CAN'T STOP ME
LONDON (UPI)--A lot of fancy
Fa Pet waving may fool a bull, but
wen't kcep a dog from chasing
a mechanical rabbit.
JKOHN Murphy, 22, a spectator,
jumped onto a dog racing track
Monday night and waved his coat
wildly in front of racing grey.
hound Gypsy toy. Gypsy Boy
merely ran around him, and won
the race.

WARNING Gen. Thomas
Power, head of the Strafe&
Air Command (SAC), says
America's war deterrent power
is deteriorating. Failure to pro

FACT
The first homestead claim in
the U.S. was that of David
Freeman in Nebraska. (The
land is now a national monu monument.)
ment.) monument.) The Nebraska ,Home-
stead Act of 1862 made it pos possible
sible possible for any citizen to get a
quarter section of 180 acres by :
living and working on it for
five years. The pioneers had al
learn to make sod houses for
their first homes in the titrtber
less land and to collect buffalo
chips to be used tor fuel. t
Eneretovedist Drititatiolca
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CYPRIOT BURNED
NICOSIA, Cyprus (UPI) The
fatal burning of a Greek Cypriot
stirred fears today of a revival of
violence by the EOKA Greek Cyp Cypriot
riot Cypriot underground organization.
Zaharias Karaphotiades, brand branded
ed branded locally as a "traitor," was
burned to death yesterday when
he returned to his village after a
long absence. Unconfirmed re reports
ports reports said an EOKA gang threw
gasoline over him and set him on
fire.

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House Rejects Ike's Housing Bill
In Favor Of Democratic Version

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WASHINGTON (UPI) e
House handed its Democratic
leaders a smashing victory to today
day today by rejecting an administration-backed
attempt to replace
their $2,100,000,000 housing bill
wit.hd a scaled-down substitute,
By a non-record vote of 203 to
177, it defeated a $1,300,000,000
pleasure offered by Rep. A. S.
Iler long Jr. (D-Fia.). The Her long
substitute had the solid backing
of House Republican leaders and
the endorsement of Federal Hous Housing
ing Housing Administrator Norman P. MA MAson.
son. MAson. But the Her long bill failed to
receive s expected support from
conservative Southern Democrats.
Only about 35 Southerners voted
for the substitute in the show showdown,
down, showdown, far less than GOP leaders
had hoped.
The substitute did no! contain
the public housing and other fea features
tures features of the Democrats bill so
strongly opposed by President Ei-I
senhower and other administra-t
'ion leaders.
There were predictions that thel
President would veto the Demo-I
cratic bill If it reached his desk In!
anvthing like its prpsent form.
Rejection of the subgitute leW
the way clear for consideration of
amendments to the Democratic
measure.
The House also defeated, 138 to
48, an attempt by Rep. Adatn
Clayton Powell (D-N.Y.) to im impose
pose impose a ban on any racial or reli religious
gious religious discrimination in any gov government
ernment government supported housing pro
gram.
The Heriong bill would have au authorized
thorized authorized a housing program even
smaller than the $1.650.000,000 pl.in
originally proposed bv the Presi
dent. But the administration PM
braced It on grounds it was nrcf nrcferable
erable nrcferable to, the Democres bill.
Chairman Albert Rains (D-Ala )
of the HOuse Banking Subcommit Subcommittee,
tee, Subcommittee, chief architect of the Demo
cratie measure, said the "hastily
concocted, ill-conceived" substito e
was designed to "overthrow the
Democratic leadership in Con Congress."
gress." Congress." Before the vote. GOP leaders
urged House Republicans at an
hour-long caucus to stand firm
against what they called the Dem Democrats'
ocrats' Democrats' "budget busting" housing

Today's Opening
STOCK- PRICES

NEW YORK, May 21 (UPlj
Stocks opened irregularly higher
today with some of yesterday's
wider losers recovering part of
their losses.
There were strong spots in the
oils, tires, electronics, and special
issues, initial trades included a
long list of blocks of 1,000 shares;
or more although volume as a
whole appeared little changed
from the recent pace.
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Aluminium Ltd 297e
Amer Cyanamid 58
Amer Motors 39
Amer Tel and Tel 244
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Beth Steel 51
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British Pet 3-16
Burroughs 38
Canadian Eagle 1114b
Celanese 35
Cerro de Pasco 42b
Chicago Great -West 50b
Chrysler '7174
Cities Service 57
Coastal Caribe 1
Colgate Palmolive 1108
Colerado Fuel 26
Creole Pet 52b
Crown Cork and Seal 34
Cuban Venezuelan Oil
Du Pont 253
El Paso Natural Gas 33
Fairchild Engine 8V2b
Fargo Oil
Felmont Pet 6341b
General Dyne mics 58
General Electric 80
General Motors 52
General Plywood 247a
Gulf Oil 116b
Harsco Steel 404b
Hayden Newport 184b
Howe Smirk; 19
Imperial Oil 43b
Intl Pet 38
Montrose Chem 1514b
New Eng Tel and Tel 173
Northrop Air 40
Olin Mathieson
Pancoastal
,, Pan Israel
' Phillips Pet 49
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' RCA 8514
Reynolds Xotal 34
'Royal Doteiflibell 45
San Jaci4to gob
Servo Corp 31
Shell Trans p 19
Signal Oil and Ga's 381s
Sinclair Oil 62
Soeony Mobile 46
Sperry Rand 21
Standard Oil NJ PA4D
Sterling Precision 4
Studebaker-Packard 11
Superior Oil 1848
Texas Gulf Prods 32
Textron 23
'Underwood 25314b
United Canso Oil 1
US Rubber 11
1.IS Steel
Westinghouse riee 88
Wheeling Steel L51741b
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In the showchAvn, ortiY About
half a dozen Republicans voted
for bhe Her long substitute.
Conserveive supporters of the
substitute argued that the Demo
cratic bill woad never be accepted
by the President. They also said
the public housing provisions
would boost Its actual cost to $5,-
000,000,000 over 45-year period.
After rejecting the substitute,
the House tentatively approved a
provision in the' Rains bill to lib liberalize
eralize liberalize the mortgage insurance
'program of the Federal Housing
Authori'y (FHA). It would allow
lenders to lower the down pay payments
ments payments on middle-and high-priced
homes.
The minimum down payment mt
a $20,000 home now is $1,980, com compared
pared compared with $1,355 under the bill.
On a S25,000 home the minimum
down payment. now $5,000, would
be cid to $2,605.
Other provisions tentatively ap approved
proved approved would:
Boost the maximum mortgage
on one-and two-family homes from
S20,000 to $25,000.
Set up a new program of
MIA mortgage insurance for the
construction of nursing homes.
Boost the dollar ceiling on the
total amount of mortgages the
FHA may insure. This insurance
au'hority has been dwindling re repidiv
pidiv repidiv raising th,, possibility of
curtailment of home-building.
NY Red Thompion
To Sante Sentence
For Contempt
NEW YORK (UPI)---Commindst
Par'y leader Robert G. Thongs Thongsson
son Thongsson surrendered yosterday to
serve an 18-month sentenee tor
contem pt.
Thompson appeared before Fed Federal
eral Federal Judge Gregory Noonan, wit
had sentenced the convicted Red
several years ago. Thompson had
been free in bail pending a review
of his sentence which was denied
recently by the U.S. Supreme
Court.

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Avenida 14 (Tivoli) 2I-A-38
Telephone 2-0975
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Telephonw.! 3-1660, 3-4726
In Cotoni 10th St. & Froni Ave.
Telephones: 779 of 797

,
The fund raising efforts of
the V.F.W. Tooner Baseball
League have gotten 'off to
slow start; but confidenct was--
expressed by Fred Huddleston,
presidont of tho league, that
Ms public will Gem through
and mono), will be oval:able'
Wore departuro time ,e1 the
All Star team on July 23.
For Ow socond successive
year, Samuol Cohon was the
first individual contributor to
tho fund. Ho has dropped $35
into the kitty. First roturn$
lomwathss sdaelopoofsit.ofboossIt3o2r. otinciky
$4,1133 to go and contributions
are most welcomo. Addross
checks or money 7co rdrs to
NUM. Teoners, Box 593, Cu.

featuring
,
THE BEATNIKS and
SO JOEL DALY Master of Ceremonies
MUSIC by 79th ARMY BAND
on the screen16:15 -- 9:00
"SLIM CARTER"
TECHNICOLOR
, starring TIM HOVEY
BENEFIT BOY SCOUT CAMP at MADDEN LAKE'
REGULAR FRIDAY MOVIE HAS BEEN CANCELLED
Adults:-75c. Children: 50c.

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the fascinting "Gty of Kings"
fabulous sbopping.opportunities
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rundu, or buy booster ticket. s
The boil players and ethers
are in possession of booster
tickets. The bey disposing of
the most booster tickets wi.1
90 with the team as Roo ip-1
ment Manager. Or if, he Is sok-,
Need for the all star team, lie
may select any ether boy ino,"
the 13 ta IS year group to go,0
with the team in that capaci capacity.
ty. capacity. Here is an opportunity to
help your favorite player.
At a meeting of the league at
Margarita Clubhouse on Friday,,,
the dale was set for the se.
tion of the all star team. The ,,
committee will meet at NUM.
Post No. 40, on Gaillard Road
near, Pedro Miguel. Time is ,,,,
7:30 p.m.

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THURSDAY, MAY 21, 19ss

Canada Dry-Cops Balbba Midio0:,..tiloiWitig

By OSCAR FRALEY

BLTIMORE, Md. (UP1) it's
quite a cantel from old Pimilco
to eld Mexico but there is a con connecting
necting connecting tale between them.
1
Bill Shanahan, an American
newspaperman who works :n
Mexico Cit-y, recalls that when
first went south of the border he'
was anxious to test his ability to
ha.bla Espaol. Driving through
the couniry he saw a peon riding
along on a burro while the peon's
wife trudged along behind carry carrying
ing carrying a hug? bundle.
"Buenos dias, senor," Shanahan
greeted the riding peon, adding
after a few moments conversa conversation,
tion, conversation, "How come that you ride
while your wife walks'?" 1
The Mexican stared at him ,n
amazement. Then he 4hrugged:
"But seflor, -she has nb burro."

Beaten Badly
It is ohvious today, on the dusty
heels of the B3rt running of the
Ptteakness that Christopher T.
Chenery, owner of the early earlyfabled
fabled earlyfabled First Landing, "has no
burro."
The race on Saturday went to
colt called Royal Orbit and, in
the parlance of horse highway,
"he Win it easy." Royal Orbit
came from the tail end of the
field, bucketed around the lead leaders
ers leaders as they hit the top if the
stretch and galloned home free
by an ever increasing four
lengths Behind him in order
CAMP Sword Dancer...then Dunce
leo a 19g-to-rine shot nam(d
Marauder, .a 225-to-one outsider
called Festival King. .Our Dad

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By STEVE SNIDER
NEW YORK (1.1P1)-1lost of the
nation's better golfers survived
preliminary qualifying skirmishes
for berths in the U.S. Open golf
championahip -but among tat4fa tat4familiar
miliar tat4familiar naines missing today were
Jimmy Demaret, long hitting
George Bayer and big Tim Hol Holland,
land, Holland, who created a sensation last
season by reaching8the semi-finals
of the British Amateur.
They were the leading cas,;a1-'
ties as more than 2,000 pros and.
amateurs in 56 cities battled for'
the 403 plates available in a sec second
ond second series of trials coming up
June 1. Another 21 will quality at
Chicago today plus four more at
Des Moines, Iowa, where heavy
rains forced postponement of the
second 18 Monday.
With 69 leading players exempt
from Monday's tests, the iiring
ran fairly true to form. Pros
Gardner Dickioson, Bill Coilins
and Ewing Pomeroy paced the
nation with brilliant 36-hole tota:s
of 135 and failures among "name"
players vvere infrequent.
But some of the glitter went out
of America's biggest champion championshin,
shin, championshin, scheduled at Mamaroneck.
N.Y., June 11-13, when Demaret,

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By SAM FOGG
WASHINGTON (UPI) Time
was when a Washington hasental
fan could sit in comparative sa
curity in Griffith Stadium's left
field bleacher beer garden to
watch a game.
This year, he has to maintain
a constant vigil lest a baseball
propelled by one of his hJrne
team heroes comes plopping into
his suds.
It all boils down to the sur surprising
prising surprising fact the Senators are kiad kiading
ing kiading the American League in home
MI output, and the beer garden
is their favorite largisit.
As of 35 games through ..1.,;1-
day, the Senators had whacked
45 home runs-20 of them in their
own park which has no Chinese
taint to it.
Bellwether of th?, Washington
bombardment, of course, is youzIg
Ilarmon Killebrew who is leading
the league with 14 homers this
year. In his eye-popping perf,)r perf,)rMance,
Mance, perf,)rMance, Killebrew has on ilVe
occasions smasned two home runs
In single game. His last two twohomer
homer twohomer performance was Sundy
egainst the Chicago White Sox
when he had a touch of flu.
Worth noting in the Senator
slugging performance is the fact
Ott Roy Sievers, who was home
run king with 42 two years ago,
trid hit 39 last season, has twill
sinelined much of this year and
has chipped in with only two thus
fin
. :im Lemon has belted 11.118
TOPkie Bob Allison eight, Reno
Iertois six, Ron Samford twl,
Km Aspromonte one.
i, mut blows have been paying off.
Homers have figured in 15 of the
victories the club has won.
Attendance is starting to surpass

Rico Testi. Manassa Maul Maull
l Maull er.
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landing,
It was like finding Oscar of the
Waldorf working as an assistant
chef in a one-arm joint; Rocky
Marciano felling in as a sparring
partner for Brian London; or Sam
Snead caddying for a hecker.
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First Landing is the classy colt
who stirred the sports world last
year as a two-year-old yThen he
won 10 of his 11 races and set
an all-time record Ifor juvenile
earings by 11-anking $396,460.
They figured he would run away
and hide from everything igain
this year and he was a popular
choice to win the Triple Crown
the Kentucky Derby, Preakness
and the Belmont Stakes four
weeks hence.
But the Preakness was the set setting
ting setting for his third straight el folde
in the big ones this time around.
He was collared by Manassa
Mauler in the Wood Memorial yet
the drums began to beat again
when he won the Derby Trill.
But he ran third in the Derby
and then took a trouncing in the
Preakness. He has been the fav favorite
orite favorite in every race he has evcr
run. But he hasn't trained well
as a thrne-year-old and even his
trainer, Casey Hayes, is about to
give un on him as evidenced by
his assertion that "he may need
laving un for awhile."
This Preakness did lIttore than
prove thst Chenerv "has no bur burro."
ro." burro." It also was the requiem for
a racehorse.

Most Of Better Golfers
Survive Open Qualifying

Bayer and Holland failed to get
their names on Abe qualibing
rosters in their local sections.
Demaret was entered at Hong Hongton
ton Hongton and Bayer at Little Rock. llol llolland
land llolland made a hot late run in the
Longo, Island, 1,1.11.r, section but, lost lostout
out lostout in a three-way playoff for the
final Open berth.
Horton Smith missed at Detroit,
Toney Penna failed at Cincinnati.
Dale Morey grabbed a shaky al alternate's
ternate's alternate's spot at Indianapolis and
Marvin (Bud) Ward missed out at
San Francisco.
Two surprises: Quarterback
John Brodie of the San Francisco
Forty-Niners led the San Fran-is
co section with 71-76-14( and far farmer
mer farmer big league pitcher Lou Kret Kretlow
low Kretlow of Edmond, Okla., got in with
154 at Oklahoma City.
1 Forty-nine of the 69 exempt
from Monday's trials will have to
play in the next eliminations June
1. InAhat group are Sam Snead,
Mike Souchak, Art Wall Jr., Ar Arnold
nold Arnold Palmer, Doug Ford, and Ken
Venturi.
Another 20, including detenuing
lehamp Totnmy Bolt, Ben Hogan,
!Cary Middlecoff anti Dow Finster Finsterwald,
wald, Finsterwald, automatically qualify for a
berth in the Open's starting mid
of 150 at Winged Foot June IL

Griffith Stadium Left Field
Bleachers No Longer Safe Spot

that of recent years. The Senators
ticketed for eighth place in pre presemson
semson presemson predictions, are in fourth
place.
Their best home run r?cord
was last seasbn when they clock
ed 121. They're well over a lh
of the way to surpass that alter
35 games this par, and the brer
drinkers are restless these nights.

For instance, when Killebrew
hit his second homer on Sunday,
some of Or fans in the beer
garden area kicked loose the
boards barricading them from .ert
field. In a spirt of logethernsss
they held the fence up until the
end of the game, then let it col collapie
lapie collapie on the field.

GUN CLUB
NOTES

BALBOA

After last month's layoff, due
to yours truly being sick that
weekend, the Balboa Gun r.,lub
opens its traps for a 100 Bird
Pre-State Transhoot, on Sunday,
May 24, al 10 a.m.
Since a little practice is good
preparation for the State Shoot
at Cristobal Gun Club, May 30-
31, we will offer two events, 50
Targets from A.T.A. handicap
and 25 pair of doubles.
All birds will be rgeistered, if e
nough shooters show tip. Tro Trophies
phies Trophies will be offered for high o overall
verall overall score and high gun in
each event.
Crime out and practice on these
doubles. You may need it for the
State Shoot.

Cavanaugh
Mc Nall
Garni
Carlin
Clontz

Champions Whip',
Dillon Hickman
in Playoff Match

Cinada Dry Hi-Spots wt,n the
champioAship of the Balboa Mix Mixed
ed Mixed League last night at the W:4-
boa Lanes.
Although the match piay piayed
ed piayed on the tota plin basis, includ including
ing including handicap, the soft drinkers
clinched the title in sweeping all
three games on both scratch and
handicap methods. No m atter
how you look at it, the Canada
Dry Hi Spots were the winners.
Every member of the Champs
rolled their average or better.
In the opening round, the bus busband
band busband and wife combination of
Mimi and George Metzger tore
into the pins for 202 and 217
games and the team piled ,up a
926 scratch and 1028 handicaps
game. Although the Dillon-Hickman
Contractors rolled COM'
mendable game of 938 handicaps,
they were beaten by 80 pins.
In the second game, the Cana Canada
da Canada Dry Hi Spots cooled off from
their torrid pace but still auded
another pin to their total .Going
into thellast chapter of the match
with a 90 pin advantag,e the two
female keglers on the chanip's
roster got hot, Ginny Hassler
tabbed a 188- and Mimi Metzger
a 198.

Dillon Hickman
1 2 3 Scr Hc
,h 116 133 115 364 478
139 167 150 456 567
160 120 145 425 548
181 132 158 471 530
197 184 169 550 577

Canada Dry
Fernandez 172 170 176 518 569
G. Hassler 145 140 188 473 584
B. Hassler 190 162 145 497 330
M. Metzger 202 133 198 533 605
G. Metzger 217 176 146 539 575

Bill Maxwell Begins
Defense Of Memphis
Open Golf Crown

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UPIIBillY1
Maxwell will begin defense of his
Memphis Open golf tette today
when the $25,000 event gets
underway at the Colonial Country
Ciub course.
Virtual Ix every major profes professional
sional professional and several promising nev nevcomers
comers nevcomers will compettkipAbeA2-hplo
test. Ilnwevee, te.n. mon, wli
had been scheduled to play in the
tournament, has withdrawn from
the field because of a recent flu
attack.
Maxwell, red-haired shotmaker
,from Odessa, Tex.,,came on with
rush last year to capture the
championship and first th o e y
with his 267-13 under par. He de deIfeated
Ifeated deIfeated home-town favorite Cary
Middlecoff by one stroke.
Middlecoff, who knows the par par70,
70, par70, 6,423-yard course like his OWn
backyard, also will be on hand.
Art Wall Jr., the Mast.lr's
champion from Pocono Manor,
Pa., whose red-hot putter has car carried
ried carried him to the top of this year's
PGA money-winning list, wili be
another favorite.
Gene Littler of Singing Hills,
Cali., who won last week's Hot
Springs Open with a record-tying
270, also is a prime contender
along yith 1958 U.S. Open cham champion
pion champion Tommy toll, Mike Soucliak,
,brothers Jay and Lionel HeLeit
, and Doug Ford.

Fisher Hurls.Miami
To 5-4 IL Victory
Over Buffalo Bisons

NEW YOIRK, May 21 --(UPI)
Jack Fisher, Miami's ace right righthander,
hander, righthander, is giving the Marlins some
breathing space at the top of the
International League.
Fisher halted Miami's three
game losing streak last night by
beating Clumbus, 1 5-4, rav,ing
the Floridians to a two-game
margin over the second place
Buffalo Bisons.
It was Fisher's fifth straight
route-going victory. The big
righthander kept his record clean
as the Marlins scored a run in
the ninth inning to break a dead deadlock.
lock. deadlock. Toronto broke Buffalo's three threega
ga threega me winning spree by scoring a
run in the 10th inning to edge
the Bisons, 7-6. A homer by Jim
King in the ninth. inning- tied
the score and set the stage for
the extra session victory. Jack
crimian, relieving in the ninth,
helped the Maple Leafs to their
first win in six games as he pick
ed up his second triumph.
Jim Frets three-run homer in
the seventh, his seventh of the
year prOvided the margin for Ro
chesters 8-7 thriumph over
Montral. The Red Wings moved
back into the first division, a game
behind the third place Royals.
Havana, backed by Tony Con Conzales
zales Conzales two-rnn homre, defeated
Richmond, 4-2.

WINS ATHLETIC AWARD
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (UPI)
Track star Dave Scurlock has
been named winner of the Lin Linversity
versity Linversity of North Carolina's high highest
est highest athletic award-the Joseph
Patterson Medal. Scurlock, a phy physical
sical physical education sonior f r o ni
Greensbor, N.C., never has been
defeated in the 440 or Rf10 during
Atlantic Coast 'Conference compstition.

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CLAYTON GOLFERS Winners of the 1959 Fort Clayton Post Golf Tournament display trophies
presented during a recent ceremony. Awards were made to Cyril Lilly, as medalist and winner of
the first championship flight; James Ward, medalist runner-up-and runner-up in the championship
flight: Lloyd Byers, first flight winner; Andrew Cieslik, first flight runner-up; John D. Coney, sec second
ond second flight winner; Willie Lewis, second flight runner-up; R. G. Graham, third flight winner and A.
L. Graham, third flight runner-up. (US Army Photo)

BALBOA MEN'S
SUMMER LEAGUE

Special Notice
Due to the alley resuHacing
now going on at the Balboa Cen Center,
ter, Center, 4 teams of the Balboa men's
summer league will bowl each
week at the Curundu Center un until
til until alleys at Balboa have been
resurfaced.

This week teams bowling at
Curundu.
Team No. 5 Tivoli Travels wol woling.
ing. woling. Team No. 7 Pepsi Cola on al alley
ley alley s No. 1 and No. 2
Team No. 4 Hillman Cars bowl.
ing.
,
Team No. 12 Blue Star on al
leys No. 3 and No. 4.
For May 28 watch for Thurs Thursdays
days Thursdays news print and bulletin
boards.

Slarbdings
Kent Cigarettes
Zenith T.V.
Tivoh Travels
Good Year Tires
BalLoa Beer
Blue Star
!Tillman Cars
Cafe Duran
Martini Vermouth
Lincoln Life
Astra Products
Pepsi Cola

Mc T,ane
II, Zost
C. Ehremberg
R. Soyster
T. Luttenberger

W L
20 4
16 8
14 10
13 11
12 12
1 13
1 13
1 13
10142 1312
in 14
10 14
612 1712

High Ttam 3 Gantas (Handicap)
'Tillman Cars 3143
Martini Vermouth 3130
Zenith TV 3102
Hieh Taam Gams (Handicap)
Cafe Duran 1077
Kent Clqarettes, 1056
Lincoln 'Life 1055

High Ind. 3 Games (Scratch)
Me Lane R. Soyster 621
T. Keeler 6t7
R. Novey 606
High Ihd. Game (Scratch)
Me Lane 217
R, Novey 232
C. Ehremberg.
and R. Soyster 227

High Ind Ave. (Scratch) :

180
1R0
179
17R
173

Good Yaar Tints 2
Kent Cigarattas 2
This was a hard fought (lost
maleh ail the way, the tire boys
taking the lst game by a good
margin and looked like a bad
night for the league leaders. ICent
took the 2nd and 3rd game hv
only 3 Dins but lost total pin fail.
Ely was high for Kent with a
ripe 5sa. Curly was high for
Gond YPPr with 501 Lane 5013
and Swede Nelson S03.

Zoni41 TV 3
Marsini Vormouth 1

The TV boys rolling riqht along,
took Martini 3 for 1. takino the
first 2 games and pin Pill. Marti Martini
ni Martini manaced to take the last game
by 2 Dins, althony,h tho boys bowl bowlqood.
qood. bowlqood. hYine 4 ;n hintl
400's. r. rhronThert wa blot'
fo r Martini w;th A913 R.. Soyear
wa hii,h for Zenith with 538, t.
PoDe 519.

11411,o. Beitr 4
Tivc11 Travolt 0

This was a eood match hot the
beer how; were a wse h;t no
eonti for the travel boys tonight.
Roth ton nil had 3 in the 500
brprket. ronv Luttonberrer was
hieb for Balboa with fine 545.
rain, 5no nnd Khorno
0,rnwi olfl Pro with n erat
QIC fm" nvolt ttith 534,
Rtirton 515 and King 514.

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Teams
Tigers
lilts and Mrs.
Kats
Jumpers
Katz N Jammers
Rolling Five
Unlucky Five

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)ii Es

Blue Star 3
Astra Products 1

This however a rather low
scoring match was a good one
with only 24 pins difference in
pin fall.
Lane was high for Astra with
521 and Lickfield high for the
dairy boys with 493.
Hillman Cars 312
The Car boys got hot ,and took
Cola who could not get up their
pepsi. The tie game came in the
2nd 960 alL
Stone was high for Hillman with
a good 543 and To land had 506.
Bruce Hassler anchor for Pep Pepsi
si Pepsi had 452, Ritter 481 and Carter
478.

q

Cali Durtn
Lincoln Life 0

The coffee boys took advantage
of the Ins. boys star bowler being
laid up with a bad foot, H. Zost.
The Ins. boys came close in the
2nd game losing by only.2 pins
Lachman a new bowler for Du Duran
ran Duran was high with 549, Pelegren
had 532.
T. Keeler was high for Lincoln
with 506.

MATERIEL MIXED LEAGUE

W L
21, 7
21 7
16 12
14 14
11 17
11 17
10 18
8 20

Tigers 3 Rolling Five 1
Although the Tigers took the
lion share of the points when they
tangled with the Rolling Five,
they lost ground in the league
race, and now share frist posi position
tion position with the Hits and Mrs. The
first game, as well as the second
could have gone either way, be because
cause because the Tigers clawed the first
one by 14 and the Rolling Five
rolled eight better than the Ti Tigers.
gers. Tigers. It was in the finale that the
Tigers ganed their advantage
with a 65 pin difference. Bert
Moskovitz with his 569, and Billie
Ketree with her 500, both handi handicap,
cap, handicap, were th eleaders for the Ti Tigers.
gers. Tigers. Roiling Five, Bill Fish took
the honors for his squad with a
a 560 handicap.
Hits and Mrs. 4 Jumpors 0
A clean sweep for the lids and
Mrs. put them in a tie for first
place. The Hits and Mrs. were
not pressed too much by the
Jumpers, beating them over the
three games by 111 sticks. Two
guys and a doll carried the Hits
and Mrs. to their triumph, Marge
Worthen, walloped 521, Jerr
Reid 553 and Bob Hansen 539. For
the beaten Jumpers, John Moods
and "JR" Williams had identical
sets 526. All handicap.

Kats 2
Katz N. Jammers 2
In an even-Stephen tussle, the
Kool Kats took the first and last
games by close margin, while
the Katz N Jammers piled up e enough
nough enough pins in the middle game
to give them total pins.
Jim MINIM of the Kool Kats,
the laeding bowler of the loop,
had a 506 scratch series, for the
best total of the evening. For the
Katz Julio Gomez scored 504 han handicap,
dicap, handicap, and Harold Thapen was a
shade better with 509 handicap.
Unlucky Fiv 4 Loofikrs 0
In six weeks of bowling the Un Unlucky
lucky Unlucky Five gathered four winning
tabs, and yet in this week's
match they doubled this output
by taking all four points against
the Loafers. The Unlucky Five

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were actually the lucky four, 1:,-e
cause only four of their bowlers
showed up dn the lanes, and thc3,
won one game by nine pins and
another by eleven.
With this clean sweep the Un
lucky Five have visions of vacat vacating
ing vacating the cellar, being only two
points in arrears. Dal Uffelthan
with a 528 handicap and lou Dio Diosado
sado Diosado with 503 handicap were the
tops tor the winners, and Larry
Lines made the best showing for
the Loafers with 502 handicap.

, Lialik Ak.

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clinched the title in sweeping all :, ,AtAteatlV:;:41:0Nt:.z::,4,4:': ;,?:, 41:Ont ,,,:.:::-.,.,;,,:d.:;V '1:';Al'.i'.i;;;O:' For the second successive with the teem in that coped.'
to eld Melico but there is a con- ,i And a s',aggering ninthFirst
three games on both scratch and ,SR.,,,i,,:::,,,tip'..;? ',i'kE,:i.,:,,'::.::.:i,:::::r,w -':; 7'!,:,t,4.,,,,..,,..'0,,' ,,:,i,iix,Nii:,,:, i,...Fweer,v,Oi.. ,, year, Samuel, Cohen was the ty. Here is an opportunity te .t I
fleeting tale between them. I landing, :, 4';'.t..Ktitgitt3.ttiiin;:.:: .iMit'' 4 .:?:':0:':: .S.::;T:'.': t '..'", 4iSi,:, :'.:V:::' ::i4:AiP. ,,:.'''''
handicap methods. No m a t t e r .,:..,A,Tork, i,,,, N$ .,,,,: :,:: :a., .:,:?..:'.ii,.;, ...,,,,!,,:::i,,,i:,:,. -;,..,i .:i!i,:,04-1ry..)81 :: first individual contributor to help your favorite player. ,',,,,
' It was like finding Oscar of the I
Bill Shanahan, an American Waldorf working as an assistant how you look at it, the Canada ;...,t,s,,,,I.,litiotlt. ..:,, ..,.,,,..4.., ,:..t:... ::,,,.,...,....1,. .,.:,i.m,:,, .....,,ee:::.,, 4.,.,...,.. 7..., .1,....:;4..?pm:,:.',,,. !he fund. .11 has. stropped $35 At a meeting of the league at ..
Dry Hi Spots were ,the wipners. -W.;14',14.,,,iz.tx 1.4witm ,,,.:.:,,. .. ...4m:.; ....v.zAt.:kiiio:.,;:.:4Z3VEt..t:tie,':.' into ths kittY. First r 0 t u r n $ Margarita Clubhouse on Friday, s
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Every member ol the Champs
Mexico Cit-y, recalls that when h Marciano felling in as a sparring t't.:4'W.,V;('a':::',-;'!5. .i',..:,,,,,, ,:. 4- o,",c --,$:, ,,,.i-e. i .,,,-,i,--, 5, : from the sale of booster tick the dais was set for the selite,,-'
els was slePosit'of 4132- 0111Y flan of the all star team. The, ,,
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first went south of the border he' partner for Brian London; or Sam
In the opening round, the bus- 1 i ,7.q.,..i,:',. ,......Ni.,,z.wl..,!,,...s...?: :y '....,Awert,,.,:liiii:i.., -- ,v,if,aimlftm.t.Mg,?:..,.':'''....' :,.::::::: $4,833 to go and contributians committee will meet at NUM. 46
was anxious to test his ability to Snead caddying for a hecker
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habla Espatiol Driving through,' Mimi and George Metzger tore ,,,A. -.:, '1,, .. I.,.0.:,kV.4.i,fx0i'..,"ij ,:-:.t-, -0.:::.-.:w,,,A-,;,,,:tt --...,,iIt,f,.."9 -;',a:--
the country he saw a peon ridiog AlwaysA Favorite
into the pins for 202 and 217 '':',..,:'-','::::-- '4'4?-,:.:-:-,,t,ss-.,11 '''Wti:f.:iiAW, ..rif:.,.'.,- '!,,,!: .g.4",WoVz,:..; ,:''.1 :.,:ii:
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along on a burro while the peon s ., ,:
games and toe team piled 'up a N.::", ... ii:'4..' V:,0::.; :11N4.:,,:4:;l't -..':,:....t.:tt,',4,:- ..' .'t:, ,.,
wife trudged along behind carry- First Landing is the classy colt
926 scratch and 1020. handicaps ''''t:::: ,--"et":,::',','?,4'W.:i:'', f
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ing a hug? bundle. who stirred the sports world last
game. Although the Dillon-Hicx- -4c':K...:'....:,,,,,, Afr.'.44.4'.';'''.:: .,..,:.At,'"' -.
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Id when he ,,,,,,,A:,:',..$:.,, .-.,,,,,,,,y ""-t .,,,,,,:.- -.
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"Buenos s, mendable game of 938 handicaps,'
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they were beaten by 80 pins. l' ,..,.,.,.,,..:-.,, .,,,::::....
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after a few moments conversa- earings by Banking $396,480.
In the second game, the Cana- ., -. ,.
tion, "How come that you ride 1 They figured he would run away
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while your wife walks'?" their torrid pace but still aoded , .,.
another pin to their total Going FRIDAY ONLY .
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The Mexican stared at him 'nl this year and he was a popular
amazement. Then he shrugged:, choice to win the Triple Ctown
into thellast chapter of the match
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"But senor, -she has nb burro. the Kentucky Derby, Preakness
with a 90 pin advantag,e the two ' .. ... . ,. .. ...,...,. .. ...- 1 ,
and the Belmont Stakes four
female keglers on the champ's ON STAGE 8 P.M.
Beaten Badly weeks hence. ,roster got hot, Ginny Haosler t
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1 But the Preakness was the set-e
tabbed a 188- and Mimi Metzger CLAYTON GOLFERS Winners of the 1959 Fort Clayton Post Golf Tournament display trophies ,
It is ohvious today, on the dustylting for his third straight el folo n ,98. presented during a recent ceremony. Awards were made to' Cyril Lilly, as medalist and winner of
, ALL ARmy
heelx of the 83rt running of the' in the big ones this time around. the first championship flight; James Ward, medalist runner-up-and runner-up in the championship
P'eakness that Christopher T.Ille was collared by Manassa Dillon Hickman flight: Lloyd Byers, first flight winner;, Andrew Cieslik, first flight runner-up; John D. Coney, sec- -. i
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Chertery. owner of the early-1 Mauler in the Wood Memorial yet G, ond flight winner; Willie Lewis, second flight runner- R. Graham, third flight winner and A.
thi.,1 First Landing. "has nol the drums bega,n tobeat agaip 1 2 3 Scr Hc I L. Graham, third flight runner-up. uP (US Army Photo)
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Slue Star 3 were actually the lucky four, L-e I
Astra Products 1 cause only four of their bowlers 1
showed up dn the lanes, and the3, SLUM- CARTER ),
This however a rather low won one game by nine pins and
scoring match was a good one another by eleven.
g with only 24 pins difference in TECHNICOLOR
i- pin fall. With this clean sweep the Un
s Lane .was high for Astra with lucky Five have visions of vacat4 starring TIM HOVEY ,1
ing the cellar, being only two ,
h 521 and Lickfield high for the
1- dairy boys with 493. points in arrears. Hal tIffelman, BENEFIT BOY SCOUT CAMP at MADDEN LAKE
Hillmao Cars 312 with a 528 handicap and .Lou Dio Diosado
sado Diosado with 503 ,handicap were the REOULAR FRIDAY MOVIE HAS BEEN CANCELLED ",
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tops tor the winners, and Larry
Cola who could not get up their
Lines made the best showing for
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prepared by the Meteorological
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While Ail Hands Wait For Dinner

Couve de Marville and Gromyko
to dinner at his villa tonight
for ..hat amounted to till first
round of four-power secret di diplomacy
plomacy diplomacy since the conference
ottened.
Only the four foreign min ministers
isters ministers and a couple of aides
each will be present. The East
and West' German "advisers"
will be absent. And the gath gathering
ering gathering wilt be shielded frtim
the glare of publicity.
The West hopes to near from
Gromyko some indication of
Russia's real terms for a Cold
War settlement.
He indicated yesterday that
Russia is ready to deal on cer certain
tain certain parts of the West's pack package
age package plan,
But the West has indicated
no readiness to break up that
plan for piecemeal discussions,
although observers agi'ee that
s,ome kind of "interim" arrange arrangement
ment arrangement on Berlin is likely.
The formal session itself to today
day today was expected eb provide a
continuation of the well-publicized
eharges and counter countercharges
charges countercharges with vzhich each side
has repeatedly rejected the
other's plan for solving the
problems of Berlin, Germany
and Europe.
With the conference appar apparently
ently apparently in a hopeless. deadlock on
basic long-range issues, each

Mitchell Sees
Some Unemployment
In Hew Wage Bill

WASHINGTON, (UPI) Labor
Secretary James P. Mitchell said
yesterday th4 Sen. John F. Ken Kennedy's
nedy's Kennedy's trillioaled :4r:411610h, to -minf
imum wag0 laws would cost some
workers their jobs instead of giv giving
ing giving them a bigger paycheck.
He told the Senate labor sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee that the proposed hike
to $1.2a-an-hour in the federal
minimum wage and the inclusion
of 7,800,000 additional workers, un under
der under the law would mean a S3,500,-
000,000 a year boost in wage costs.
He said such a "massive in increase"
crease" increase" could not be met by many
firms.
1 Enactment of the bill sponsored
by the Massachusetts Democrat,
he said. would result in "exten "extensive
sive "extensive curtailment of employment."
Many of the workers expected
to benefit from the bill would get
no wage increases and actually
would lose their jobs, Mitchell
said.
Kennedy. chairman of the sub subcommittee,
committee, subcommittee, insisted that "some
increase" in the present 61-anhour
minimum would be justified
even if it was less thon the 25
cents proposed in his bill. He said
some boost should be made he heIcause
Icause heIcause of increases in productivity
and prices since 1956.
Mitchell endorsed as an alter alternative
native alternative the administration's bill c
restrict the coverage extension to
firms with 100 or more employes
which receive at least a million
, dollars -1 year in goods or sup sup!plies
!plies sup!plies shipped across state lines.

Cancer, Pneumonia
Continue To Weaken
John Ritter Dulles

WASHINGTON. May 21 (UPI)
John Foster Dulles remained in
grave condition 'oday at Walter
Reed Army Hospital.
former secretary of state.
baitling cancer and penumonia,
has been weakening in recent
weeks.
The Stale Department has made
no announcement since it said
Tuesday that Dillies was losing
ground.
Republican and Democratic
leaders vestordav paid a moving
tribute in Dillies in House floor
loeeches Thev praised him as a
"great Ameriean who showed con
courag, jn shaping TT. S.
ttoinruerigiln policy decisions and nego negotiation,
tiation, negotiation, linusy Democratic leader John
McCormack Mass.) called Dulles
a man of "grim determination,
courage and grea canacilv."
Republican leader Charles a
Halleck Ind.) said Dulles was
one of thp "greatest men I have
had the privilege of working with.
Rep. Fred Schwengel (11-lowa)
eulogized Diiii2s as perhaps the
greatest seer( tary of state in U.
SI. his'ory
President Eisenhower awarded
Dulles thP nation's highea
deenratonthe rree rreedam
dam rreedam n zratitude for his "tire "tire1.s
1.s "tire1.s effort," in behalf of peace
and freedom.

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est Blasts Red Proposal
For Division 01 Germany

GENEVA, May 21 (UP1)--The West.again blasted the Soviet Union's proposal far a permanent division of Ger Germatly
matly Germatly at the start of the ninth session of the Big Four foreign ministers conference today.
Atit the formal meeting in the Palais des Nations was just a preliminary to a dinner meeting tonight where cb cbserval;
serval; cbserval; expeced secret diplomacy to provide the first real break in the conference.
;Ft'ance's Maurice Couve de Murville, Britain's Selwyn Lloyd and West Germany's "adviser" delegate formed
the West's one-two-three batting order against the Russian plan at the formal meeting.
4''ticretary of State Christian A. Herter already had subjected Soviet foreign minister Andrei Gromyko to the
, eharptitt tongue-lashing of the conference at yesterday's session.

side was awaiting some move
from the other for a compro compromise
mise compromise possibly on Berlin 'to
speed the meeting here and
prepare for the summer Sum Summit
mit Summit conference which world
opinion has been led to expert.
Western officials said it
was up to Russia to make the
initial move to break the

Civil Engineers
To Visit Balboa
Bridge Approaches

The American Society of Civil
Engineers will have a field trip
to the approaches of the Balboa
bridge on Saturday, at 9 a.m.
Members are to meet at the in inspection
spection inspection field office on the east
approach located at the "Limits"
in Balboa. Members should be pre prepared
pared prepared to furnish their ovrn tran transpor
spor transpor ation from there to the West
approach on the opposite side of
the Canal.
The inspection trip will be con conducted
ducted conducted bv Robert E. Mc Lees, a
civil engineer who is a soils me mechanics
chanics mechanics specialist employed by the
Panama Canal co.
An inspection of both the east
and west approach fills will be
made and the Iteneral netire of
the project outlined with emphasis
of founAation and earthwork pro.
&ems. The field laboratery ot the
wpqt aporoach will be visited and
the methods -being. used to control
ear h fill compaction will be des described.
cribed. described. It is anticipated that the trip
will take fronl 2 tp 3 hours.
Guests are invited on the trip.

Mental Disorders
Affect 1 In 1,
Says Co Ilene Prof

DENVER (UPIIA University
professor told the National Con Congress
gress Congress of Parents and Teachers
last night that only one of seven
Am ericans may be mentally
normal.
Harold D. Lasswell, professor of
law and Political science at Yale
University, also told the group's
63rd annual convention that more
than 1,500;000 Americans suffer
mental disorders which require
hospitalization; 'that an equal
number are mentally retarded,
and that one in 16 is afflicted
with unmistakable mental and
personality disorders.
Adding to that the number of
persons est imated to suffer from
undiagnosed mental ailments,
Lasswell said, only one in seven,
persons can be expected to be'
normal.
Lasswell said the family has
the most crucial role to play in
developing a personality.
"We have learned to recognize
the disastrous consequences that
often follow ibe breakup of homes1
and the equally catastrophic ,re-'
sults of failing to modify homes
where unstable and warring par parents
ents parents do a wrecking job on their
children and their parents," Lass Lasswell
well Lasswell said.
He also lashed oqt at the so socalled
called socalled "social climbers."
"I have remarked elsewhere
tha, social climbing is a national
exercise, especially in the wo women's
men's women's division," he said. "To
keep up with the Joneses is often
to follow them all the way to the
mental hospital."
The educator said the church
is almost as impor.ant 'as the
f a mily in personality develop development.
ment. development. But he said "churches fre frequently
quently frequently fail to transmit the vision
of the closeness of God to the
individual. Rather, the image of
the Divine is cramped and dis disrorted
rorted disrorted into an arbitrary, tyranni tyrannical
cal tyrannical sadist who delights in human
suffering and guilt."
Lasswell said some churches
condemn,- soc ial drinking, but
"studies of the problem drinkers
on the campus indicate...that the
problem drinkers 'come most fre frequently
quently frequently from a background of at attemp.ed
temp.ed attemp.ed total prohibition"

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the low of supply and demand
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deadlock ht private talks,
since it was the Kremlin
which touched off the cur current
rent current Berlin crisis with its
Nov. 27 ultimatum to the Al Allies
lies Allies to get out of the former
German capital by May 2..
A Russian spokesman said,
however, that Gromyko was
waiting for the Wiest to come
forward with an offer.
Soviet press spokesman Mi Mikhail
khail Mikhail Kharmalov added signifi significantly
cantly significantly that the conference now
is "approaching a very signifi significant
cant significant stage."

Mrs. Mary Hammond
Dies in Ramsey,

Mrs. Mary Gladys Hammond,
for many years a Canal Zone res resident,
ident, resident, died May 8 in Ramsey, N.
J., it has been learned here. She
was residing with her daughter,
Mrs. Eleanor Schwindeman, at
the time of her death.
Mrs. Hammond came to the
Isthmus during construction 'days,
and was the widow of Arthur H.
Hammond, who was employed in
the Panama Canal service in inspection
spection inspection bureau until his death in
1937. Mrs. Hammond retired in
1952 from her position in the ac accounting
counting accounting department of the Ca Canal.
nal. Canal. Besides her daughter, she is
survived by a son, Arthur H., a
sister, Mrs. G. H. Cassell of Cal California;
ifornia; California; two brothers, Robert
MacSparran of Whittler, Calif.,
and Sam MacSparran of St. Pe Petersburg,
tersburg, Petersburg, Fla.; four granchildren
and two great grandchildren.
Funeral services were held in
Ramsey, and memorial aervices
w:II be conducted at the Cathe Cathedral
dral Cathedral of St. Luke when Arthur
Hammond returns from Ramsey
with the ashes. The exact time
of the -service will be announced
later.

Baptists Told Need For Racial
Justice Is Number One Problem

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (UPI)--Former
Rep. Brooks Hays (D-Ark.)9
who lost his seat in Congress be because
cause because of his moderate stand in
the Little Rock desegragation cri crisis,
sis, crisis, told Southern Baptists yester yesterday
day yesterday that the achievment of ra racial
cial racial justice is "the nation's num number
ber number one problem."
In his valedictory address as
President of the Southern Baptist
convention, he appealed for "high
statesmanship and Christian in insight"
sight" insight" in dealing with the prob problem.
lem. problem. The 15,000 messengers and
visitors attending the convention
interrupted his speech 3 times'
with applause, each time in con connection
nection connection with a reference to racial
matters.
Hays drew his biggest hand
when he said that Baptist mis missionaries
sionaries missionaries in Asia, Africa and
South America are "pleading for
a better performance in human
relations in America," and for
nontinued progress in recogniz recognizing.
ing. recognizing. Ithe aspirations of our mi minority
nority minority people for a status free
from all discrimination."
"This is apart of the Chris Christian
tian Christian gospel and we must de demonstrate
monstrate demonstrate that we believe it,"
Hays said. "We cannot export
what wo do not have, and if our

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tUATEMALA CITY, May 21 --
(1JPI)--Guatemala charged today
that four schooners carrying arms
and invaders are on the way from
Cuba to attempt a landing in this
country.
Presichmt Miguel Ydigoras
Fuentes said the army, alerted
last month to the possibility of
seaborne attack, is "ready to
repel any mercenary invasion
force that aftempts to land on
Guatemala's beaches.'
The' government announced that
Guatemalawhich now has no na navy
vy navy has purchased a 400-ton frig frigate
ate frigate from Sweden. The warship,
mounting 75-mm. guns in its main
battery, is expected here early
next month.
An "urgent communique' said
the invasion fleet sailed Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday from Pinar del Rio province
at Cuba's western tip. It cross crossed
ed crossed the Yucatan channel and
headed south down the coast.

Christian devotions here are not
adequate, eur missionaries can.
not transmit the Christian mab
sage to unsaved masses aborad."
Before Hays spoke, the conven convention
tion convention voted by secret ballot on a
seccessor to him as president of
seccessor to him as president of
the 9,206,000-member denomina denomination.
tion. denomination. Dr. Roy 0 McClain, pastor of
the First Baptist Church of At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, Ga., and Dr. Ramsey Pol Pollard,
lard, Pollard, pastor of the Broadway Bap Baptist
tist Baptist Church of Knoxville, Tenn.,
led a field of five nominees in
the voting. Since neither of them
had the required majority of the
toatl vote, a rnn-off election will
be held Thursday norning.
McClain, 43, is pastor of one of
the largest churches in the South,
with more than 6,000 members.
He is well-known through the
denomination as preacher on the
Southern Baptist Radio Hour. He
has also been identifiel with a
forthright stand on race rela relations,
tions, relations, having been one of the i
signers of two "manifestoes" is isshed
shed isshed by Atlanta clergy in recent
years calling for preservation of
public schools and obedience in
Supreme Court orders.
Pollard, 56, has been chairman
of the Southern Bapti9t Exetit Exetitfive
five Exetitfive Committee for the past year.
He was runner-un to Hays for
presidency of the convention two
years ago. He is a prominent
leader of the temperance move movement
ment movement which has strong Baptist
support.
Other nominees, eliminated
from the race in the initial bal balloting,
loting, balloting, were the Revs. E. lier liermond
mond liermond Westnoreland, pastor of
the South Main St. Baptist
Church, Houston, Texas; James
P W.esbbrry pastor of Morning Morningside
side Morningside Baptist Church, Atlanta,
Ga.; and Carl E. Bates, now of
Amarillo Texas, but moving soon
to the First Baptist Church Chu Chulotte,
lotte, Chulotte, N.C.

Arthur Godfrey ts
X-Ray Treatments
NEW yoRK (UPI) A spodes spodesman
man spodesman for Arthur Godfrey said
today the 'I V-radid 'pert o r rmer
mer rmer would receive about (hree
more weeks of daily X-ray treat treatments
ments treatments at Columbia Presbyterian
Medical Center before he returned
to his farm in Virginia.
Godfrey, recuperating in his
Manhattan spartmen' from an
April 30 chest operation for
cancer, still is in pain from the
surgery and is "pretty tired," the
spokesmen said.
But the red-haired entertainer
was reportled in good spirits

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A POPPY FOR THE MAYORThe Zone's 1959 VFW Poppy Girl,
Diane Elaine Cazobon. presents a Buddv POPPY to Heliodoro 1Pa 1Patifio,
tifio, 1Patifio, mayor of Panama City, as Charles R. Hill. chairman of
the poppy campaign for Post 3822, looks on. Zone chairman for
the drive, which will continue through June 2, is Thpdore
Holmes, Department junior vice commander. Post 40's chairman
is Andrew Lipa. Sales girls representing Post 3288 include Edna
Hill, Elizabeth Hill, Frances Adams, Laura Barnart, Donna Kel Kelso',
so', Kelso', Myrna Orr, Rose Castelli and Liggie Kidd.

Guatemala Awaiting Invasion;
Schooners Heading From Cuba

The official announcement said
a Guatemalan reconnaissance
plane "shadowed" the schooners
as far as the south Mexican pro provincial
vincial provincial capital of Chetumal.
The Course and speed of the
ships suggest they may have
reached Punta Gorda in British
Honduras last night, the commu communique
nique communique said.
Punta Gorda is on Amatique
Bay about 30 miles northwest of
Puerto Barrios, the principal ci city
ty city on Guatemala's SO-mile-long
Caribbean coastline.
The communique charged that
the invasion threat is part of an
"international Communist ploi a against
gainst against Guateinala," hatched in Cu
ba. -$
If an invasion attempt mate materializes,
rializes, materializes, it would be the second
launched from Cuba in a month.
About 90 Cubans landed in Pa Panama
nama Panama late in April, expecting to
spearhead an uprising against
the government of President Er Ernesto
nesto Ernesto de la Guardia Jr.
The invaders of Panama occu occupied
pied occupied the small coastal town of
Nombre de Dios, but surrendered
Panamanian forces a few days
later when the expected revolution
failed to materialize. They are
now in Panama City jails await awaiting
ing awaiting trial.
Cuba's revolutionary goverhment
has denied any complicity in the
'nvasion of Panama.

Longtinie Resident
Here Dies At
Allentown, Po.

Mrs. Bert G. Tydeman, long-time
resident on the Canal Zone, died
Tuesday in Allentown, Pa., it has
been learned by Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice Dunn of Margarita. Death
resulted from a heart attack.
Mrs. Tydeman lived on the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus for many years before her
husband's retirement six years ago.
She was employed by the Navy at
Coco Solo.
She is survived by her husband,
Bert Tydeman; a. son, Bert Jr.;
and a nephew. Peter Reinhold, who
lives in Margarita.
Funeral services and burial will
be held Friday afternoon in Allentown.

Bids Sought For
Post Office
At Coco. Solo
Bids are now being solicited
by the Panama Canal Co. for
the provision. of post office fa faditties
ditties faditties at Coco Solo. The bids
are scheduled to be opened
June 1 in the Administration
Building at Balboa Heights.
The work will consist of mak making
ing making architectural modifications
in the main part of the build building
ing building at Coco Solo which was
used formerly by the Navy as
an administration building. This
will include the installation of
post office boxes and other pos postal
tal postal facilities.
The work on the Coco Solo
post office branch is scheduled
fr completion about Aug. 1,

Mildred Redhead
Dies In Gorgas

Mrs. Mildred Charles Redhead,
of Curundu, died early Thursday
morning in Gorgas Hospital, after
an illness of three months. She
was the wife of George S. Red Redhead,
head, Redhead, civilian employe of the II.S.
Army Caribbean Signal Section.
In addition to her husband, Mrs.
Redhead is survived by her moth mother,
er, mother, Celipa Wallace, who recently
arrived' on the Isthmus from Gre Grenada,
nada, Grenada, BWI. 5 0
Funeral arrangements have not
been completed.

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"Big Nellie t the steam s a avel
vel avel from Culebra cried and
sighed her way inlo Isthmian
hearts again last night.
Th Canal Zone Histbrical So Society's
ciety's Society's repeat performance of the
Musselman and Herr production
put on for the Roosevelt Centennial
last fall packed' ahotit' 400 yelling
people into the:ballrrom at Tivo Tivoli
li Tivoli Guest House':
For the mailer spfaae, Vic Herr
and Don Musselman had. shifted
to "the round" the straight' stage
produclon of "The- Ordeal of Mr.
Stevens," or "Tedk Visits the
Isthmus." ,', f
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There had also been SOMO cast
subsitutions among the picloand
shovel male chorus. The Con..
struction Days housewives, and
the doubtful ledles of the
,fringesas well s among the
characters ytho had speaking
parts in the pageant.
But in some wa31s, last nighl's
show was smoother, better.
Panamanian, court. attache Juall
E. Ehrman again scored a hit in
the role of President Maimel
Amador, wha received Prosident
Theodore Roosevelt on the steps
of Panama Cathedral. Ehrman,
then a youngster, took part in the
ceremonies as an aide
A newcomer In the role of Ted.
dy himself was Frank H. Lerch Lerchen,
en, Lerchen, Maintenance Engineer for
the Canal, who brought to the
past its exact ingredients fo sin sincerity,
cerity, sincerity, intelligence and a touch
of bombast.

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then a trailer, $100 then
boat license,' $2 then a motor
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then a youngster, took part in the den coals began coming to light.:
ceremonies as an aide , 1,
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past its exact ingredients fo sin- sories, $35 , 4, then a canvas.
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Lasswell said some churches SOM. E side Baptist Church, Atlanta, will include the installation of
Ga.; and Carl E. Bates, now of post office boxes and other pos- .t";':":I 11: '''''l World War It' '"!'"fg!..,!!:''''':'i':':!:'':'i'- -'
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., more weeks of d'aily X-ray treat- morning in Gorgas Hospital, after
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ments at Columbia Presbyterian an illness of three months. She
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President Eisenhower awarded 1141 1;10 April 30 chest operation for Redhead is survived by her moth moth'
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Harold D. Lasswell, professor of
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (UMFor (UMFormer
mer (UMFormer Rep. Brooks Hays (D-Ark.),
who lost his seat i,n Congress he-.
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dig trial.
Cuba's revolutionary goverhment
has denied any complicity in the 1
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wnen ne Said that Baptist mis- me largest churches in the South, I Coco Solo.
utovtlupilig puA oulicustj
sionaries in As Africa a d IHE 6 Hit
11 native the administration's bill "We have learned to recognize ia, with more than 6,000 members. I She is survived by her husband. 1
restrict the envprn Pvtdanc;rty, ft

lbouta America are "pleading for Ile
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ts, tell-known through the' Bert Tydeman; a. son, Bert Jr.; II
I ': I firms with 100 or more emnloves .n.
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niclin elf homes!. kr.t4.,

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oeuer pertormance in human 1
oenommation as preacher on the and a nephew. Peter Reinhold, who I
Southern Baptist Radio Hour. He lives in Margarita. WITHOUT WITHOUT
, ,t F'. ,, 7 rie41141., which receive at least a million and the equally catastrophic ,re- relations in America," and for
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where unstable and warring par- ing 'ithe aspirations of our mi- forthright stand on race rela- be held Friday afternoon in Allen Allen.
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ents recognizents do a wrecking job on their nority people for a status free
6 children and their parents," Lass- from an dinerirninfitin,, i, has also been identifiel with a Funeral services and burial will Cul ur
tions, having been one of the town.
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ca,1,11ed h"asvoecialrecmliamrbeherds.
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tha, social climbing is a national whi
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, ,. gi DOWNS John Fotter Dulles
,, men's division," he said. "To
din
Al 4t,-N, IIART keep up with the Joneses is often
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,- :'i John Foster Dulles remained i
.9v, n mental hospital."
l ' 19neifileartS grave condition day at Walter
i Reed Army Hospital. The educator said the church
is almost as impor'ant 'as the
' Th- former secretary of state. familY in personality develop
baitling cancer and penumonia, ment. But he said "churches fre fre'
' fre' 144 ... -z
-,.,,,,;-, Mend thrtiallnit4 Mots has been weakening in recent otiently fail to transmit the vision
, ,',..., weeks, of the closeness of God to the
, The Stale Department has made individual. Rather, the image of
, L1OON no announcenen! since it said the Divine is cramped and dia.-,
Tuesday that Dulles was losing rorted into an arbitrary, tyranni tyranni,.
,. tyranni,. 0 ,,,,, ground. cal sadist who delights in human
''''''' MARILYNMONROE
,,,, Republican and Democratic
leaders yesterday paid a moving suffering and guilt."
Lasswell said some churches
,
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,'! o tribute to Dulles in House floor
1leeches Thev
- IONY CURTIS
i li, i, prai,1 him a "studies of the problem drinkers
"great Ameriean who showed con on the campus indicatethat the
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