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The Panama American
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Pansmia bigh school etudeAI
today quietly conducted serrtil serrtilgrilnage
grilnage serrtilgrilnage to the 'graves:of stu.-1
denta--kille& ilrelashes
National i'Otiagd last 'tear,' in
keeping zwitirtfrnatructions' to
insintainf Attie strictest- order
during todey's 'sctivities."
, 'Mc instructions. issued bY
they, organizing committee. of
today's observance and the
fourth amnia! Students Con Congress,'
gress,' Congress,' whieh gets under way
this afternoon. squarely placed
the responsibility for any, pos possible
sible possible disturbs n e e on the
41,1onsof the Cellar,", a group
of government supporters whO
have had previous clashes
with students.
In; addition to the, three-day
Congress, scheduled t begin at
, pm, the students will also
hold -a rally tonight at 7 pm in
Santa Analigaza;
At-, ,the ,rally,,k to which tne
Public-has been invited, speak speak'
' speak' ent of three student organiza-1
tons Pat hOMag to. those
who killed in list May's clashes
and will review the -country's
educittion,problems.
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News 61;41wir'-auell;itteith:;:i0
br: IforatiorConte Mendoza,' 48;
: Attinent Panamanian gynecologist,
" London,botetluesdar night
, reached bare, today, He had made
' Abet, Tondon,,1ri P til be, fig!witstord
;';,,,- at a fellow-4a, ,the Rorat, Coliege
of ',, Obstetricianir 'and, Gynecolog GynecologIsts,
Ists, GynecologIsts, 1 Menditta Aifas stricken short short,
, short, ly after,'entering his hotel room.
-tidephoned for a doctor, and
,znanagea to,,write a note saying
,that,,he had ,had heart- attack,
and requested that be be trans transferred
ferred transferred t& St. ,Bartholomew llos llosiota
iota llosiota lid also asked for
a priest,,,, and ,,renuested that the
Panama' Embassy be advised. ,,
. He,,,wat dead in bed When the
dottor arrived.
.
At time of Ida death, he
was 'president, of the Panamanian
Academy of Medicine and Surgery
and a'rfellow of the American
College'of Surgeons. He also serv served
ed served as, chief of lite clinic of obs obstetrics
tetrics obstetrics and, gynecology of Santo
..rOlnali Hospital and profesior of
gYnecology the school of me medicine',of
dicine',of medicine',of the National University.
,' pr. Mendoza 'was graduated,
from St. Bartholomew's in Lon Lon,
, Lon, don in,1941, and CA7118 to Panama
five 'yearn later.(
He is survived' by his wife,
young son and daughter. Funeral
arrangements are to be announc announced
ed announced later.

GENEVA, .litay (13PI)--Seerettry
'of' State Christian, 'Hetter
, warned bluntly, today that- there
cannot be even "a reasonable de,
, gree of veace and security in Eu Europe'
rope' Europe' as:long as Germany remains
' divided.

Herter Teminded, Soviet Foreign
Miniter Andrei A., GrOmyko that
Wool' 'already has indorsed pro pro'
' pro' posals fa European security, ei ei,
, ei, tablishment of overall ceilings on
- troops. and arms, and protection
egainst surprise nttacks.
, "Here we must. be in, iccerd
thaheach of these matters Is of'
major significance for the estab estab,
, estab, lishment o( lasting peace in Eu Eu:,'
:,' Eu:,' tom" it said.
Herter made hil remarks at the
outset of today's night plenary ses session
sion session of the Big Four Foreign Min MinIslas'
Islas' MinIslas' Conference in stthe Palais
des Nations;
He spoke after ft was learned
that GroMyko had told, the West
outside the conference room that
be is ready to begin serious secret
cold war negotiations. "very soon."

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-Nat,King:Cole
,
warn D, May 22 (UPI).-
1 Nat King Cole, back from a
, week tour of South America, uid
today our Latin neighbors have a
distorted view of race problems trt
I According to. tie Negro' singer,
it South Americans hear and read
t about tensions and violence only i
never the progress being made.
As an unofficial goodwill AM
, bassador Cole tried to set the rec.
''ord straight.-
, "nerve been brain 'washed
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"Well organized. and support,
ed by private initiative, and with
the perepective of all Latin Amer American
ican American contrite, the Colon Free
Zone and others can become at attive
tive attive centers which can aid consi considerably
derably considerably in steps toward a com common
mon common market,' the' Argentine eco economist
nomist economist said.
Ho added it was unnecessary
to ro-omphasiso tho direct im importance
portance importance that a project of this
new would have for the co conomy
nomy conomy of Panama--"an area vi visited
sited visited by approximately 20 ships
daily and many pianos from all
parts of Hui world.'
Cepal's 'three working ,commit ,committees
tees ,committees completed their affairs this
morning and one had done so
,previously.
Thiv.cleared the way for the
litst of,thr 'closing plenary sessions
set for,41-1411';' tdsA Another will
be. beld tomorrow !homing, with
the .,adjournment geasion. schedul schedultd
td schedultd ,m -the :afternoon: ':
it Yesterday irS:Amblasador Ha Harold
rold Harold Randall', chief eif the 11S,dis.
legetiowet the Cenalconference,,
nixie:Wad' to the Valiant Itniarl,
dui 4hat ,Amderdevelopment la
the Western hemisphere's biggest
problem.
RAndall came 'here from fir
meeting of the "Committee of 21,"
in. Buenos Aires where economic
experts of all member nations
met under OAS auspices to discuss-
betterment
The American.- deltlaite outlined
how time and again the American

Ci ly Allernales
Tell Bazan Plans
For Taking Office

Ten alternates to the Panama
City councilmen elected in 1956
yesterday signified their intention
to take office as cotmeilmen en
Tuesday.
However, following an inter interview
view interview with Minister of Government
Justice Rise D. Bazan, they said
Bazan had asked for one week
to study the matter and arrive
at final decision.
Meanwhile, the acting council council'Men
'Men council'Men named-last February by form
er Gov.' Jose Cajar lEscala also
isstrea itatementlresterday say
ing their, hid 2no Oecial interest
in pontinuing as eouncilmen be because
cause because they are busy persons.
1 They added that if they courts
rule that they are holding office
illegally they will immediately
give up their posts.
The alternates who visited Ba Bazan
zan Bazan yesterday also notdied Mayor
Heliodoro Patifio that they would
betaking over their posts as coun councilmen
cilmen councilmen as aeon at they considered
it convenient.

,
No, New Keport
As Dulles Battles
Cancer Pneumonia
4EASHpiGTON, May 22 (UPI)
There was no reported change
today In the condition of John Fos Foster
ter Foster Du who is gravely ill in
Walter Reed Army Medical Cen Center.
ter. Center. z
State Department press officer
Lincoln White told newsmen yes yesterday
terday yesterday that he had nothing to add
to his announcement Tuesday
when he said Dulles was growing
weaker and receiving heavy doses
et drtigs.

, ,
down there Cole said.
, of 'the people think Net.
roes in this country live like they
do in MICA, Ali they ask about
is Little, Rock and lynchings in
the Southo didn't dodge any of
the issues. but told them there
are two sides to lhe question.
'"i pointed out if things were as
bad, ea they ,,believed they'd hav2p
never heard Of Nat Cole. ',Those
people don't have a racial prob problem,
lem, problem, so they can't comprehend
what's going on up here.'

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The'setting uvof permanent exhibits of goiels pro produced;
duced; produced; bx-pepat nations at the Colon Free Zone and other
fiee-lone' areas-throughout Latin America shoild -aid the
general' ObjettrVe of a opmmon market, executive 'director
Raul Prebisch:;:iald today,
: Othar;delegates, he visited the Colon Free Zone,
,
yosterday.,,,
- Prebielh akr today that such exhibits, and nlso
,perIodic 'trade fairs, undoubtedly can be of great im importance:,in
portance:,in importance:,in the ,intensitipation of Inter-Latin-American for...'
sign coinmercen.-4i 'the same time, he added, they could
-aid exchange 'with the rest of the world.
' He:Was referring to a resolution passed yesterday by
the Cepal com'mittee en Economic Development. The resolu resolution
tion resolution recom'mended Member goveimments to consider set setting
ting setting up such displays of their country's wares.

republics have received threats
that they Will be overtaken by
the communist countries.
Of course, the Americas can cannot
not cannot ignore the communist ad advances,
vances, advances, Randall believes. But
each of the Western republics
must keep ,before 'it an aware.'
miss of the fact that the West Western
ern Western war of life demands great greater
er greater struggle than Is being made
now. They should proceed to act
on that idea.
This was the approach that 416-
minated discussions in Buenos Ai Aires
res Aires of the pressing problems of
under-development.
The whole meeting there took a
new attitude of realism toward
these matters, he explained.
For the first time, specific re recognition
cognition recognition was given to the fact
that economic problems in some
American republicans may.be cif
as great or greater stature thall
political problems, or even- he hemisphere
misphere hemisphere defense.

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BERLIN, May 22 (IIPI) East
German Communists rushed po police
lice police reinforcements to a small
village outside. Berlin' to put down
an anti-Communist riot and seal
off the area, it was reported to today.
day. today. Reports by two West German
newspapers and a private intent.
gence organization said a large
group of farmers rioted Wednes-
day at Ploetzin; about eight miles
south of Berlin in the Soviet Zone.
They destroyed busts of corn cornmunist
munist cornmunist heroes, broke every wind window
ow window in the town hall and threaten threatened
ed threatened to hang the communist puppet
mayor.
The intelligence organization, in information,
formation, information, bureau west, said there
also was unrest among farmers
around Neu Bradenburg, 70 mileo
north of Berlin.
But it said the situation did not
appear to be developing into a
general protest of the kind' that
troke out in the workers' riots in
East Berlin in 1953.
Police arrested two farmers as
ringleaders.
The reports said the fanners
were protesting high delivery quo quotas
tas quotas set by the state on their crops.
Balboa High ROTC

Unit Holds Review
For Graduates

The Balboa High School ROTC
unit, Wednesday afternoon honor.
ed the graduating members of the
twit and the sempr sponsor, Allen
B. Ward, with a review.
In the traditional exercises, ea eadet
det eadet Lt. Col. Charles French turn turned
ed turned over his saber to Cadet Sfe.
Bill Archibald., Archibald direct directed
ed directed the cogs in the review past
the reviwmg seniors and digni dignitaries.
taries. dignitaries. Acting as the battalion staff for
the review were cadet Sfe Charles
Rentz, cadet Sic Grady Resters,
and cadet SFC Iefferey Kline.
M-Sg'. Donald Keller led Co.
"A"; Sfe, Richard Lawson led CO31
"B"; Co. "C" -was led hy SFC
Ray Caldwell.
The tmderclass cadets were.
chosen from among those whe will
be among those in the ROTC
officer candidate 'classes to be held
during the summer months.

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Colt amid the word Aro,
Puerto Rico, Venezuela, Brazil,
Uruguay, Argentina, Chile, Pertr
and Mexico.
He said he tad the truth he
sees it. '
"I'm no middle-of-the roaderr
and I could have made the racial
situation look 'worse. But I had
no such thoughts," Nat went on.
"I try to be. a U".S. citizen first,
end then a Negro. I'm pmud of be being
ing being a citizen who eon speak hie
mind. However, I only' speak for

Tuberiulin, Histoplasmosin Tists Due

Tuberculin Aind histoplasmosin
skin tests will be conducted in- the
Canal Zone Latin 'A merie an
gchools during the first two weeks
of June,' it has been annoimced
by the 'Health Bureau.
The tests, similar go thosvcon,
dUcted in the, U., S. schools in
March and April, will be given by
the Health' Bureau in coordination
with the Middle America Research
Unit to all students from first
gradi through., high school.'
Forms which 'parents aro, to
begin to indicate their willing willingness
ness willingness to have their Par Participaw
ticipaw Participaw in ,the program are
tp be sent out twit weskeb the
school authorities-
These forms ,should be signed
and returned as, 110011 as possible.
As armounced,previously, ,the
tests are notAnoculations. They
are simply tests to' deter,

Army Tolticrealse
Moy,, June ro ts'
WASHINGTON (UPli The
Army will draft 8,000 anen in
July,- an' increase of 2,000, over
the May land June calls. The- id idCrease
Crease idCrease apparently indicated a skid
in volumary enlistments and re reenlistment'.
enlistment'. reenlistment'. The announcement said only
that the:July 'tall represented the
number of men needed to meet
the Army's strength goals after
allowing for enlistmen's and re reenlistments.
enlistments. reenlistments.
The July total will bring te
2,449,410 the number of men draft,
ed in the armed -forces ince the
Korean War began in the sum summer
mer summer of 1950.

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myself."
The singer added he doesn't be beneve
neve beneve he is a spokesman -ler his
race, uor does he belleVe any
other Negro entertainer ,41 hould
speak 'for the colored population.
"White performers don't repre reprecent
cent reprecent the country on political or
racial questions,"- he said. "Does
Frank Sinatra make speeches for
Italian Americans? And people
shouldn't Aksk Willie Mays for his
views on things any more than
they should as- Mickey Mantis."

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lifISS, FRANCES MOOMAW,'who is retiring at the end of May
as principal of Ihe Margarita and Coco Solo ElementarySchool,
receives a ,farewell gift from Kath De Tore, one of her Coco
Solo pupils. The,'presentition followed a surprise farewell cer ceremony
emony ceremony held irr' the patio' of the new school during which the
Piipils sang "Carry Me Back Jo Old Virginny' Miss Moomaw
comes from Virginia -L.and "Auld Lang Syne'' was played as
a cornet solo by Michael Nunley.

Next Month In latAm Schools of Zone

mine whether or not a child has
been exposed to tuberculosis, or
to histoplasmosis, a fungus disease
of the lungs. They will be con conducted
ducted conducted simultaneously by two
teams, one by the staff of the
Canal Zone school health section
and the other by members of the
Middle America Research Unit.
If the result is positive in the
case of the tuberculin test, labo laboratory
ratory laboratory studies will be carried out
and a survey will .be conducted
of parents and family contacts if
indicated.
'The histoplasmo'sin test is a sur survey
vey survey to determine the extent of
this ailment among school child children
ren children in, the Canal Zone.

This will be especially import,-
ant among tho Latin American
students, most of whom have
spent Moir lives in 010 tropics.
The program, tlie first of its
kind tO be held among Canal Zone
schol children, was, started in
March, among junior and- senior
bigh school students in the U. S.
school on both sides of the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus and will be concluded in Sep September
tember September and October among pupils
in the elementary grades in these
schools.
1
Hunting Banned
'During June
Around Rio Hato,
Because of training require requirerneivt,
rneivt, requirerneivt, for troops of U. S. ArmY
Caribbe'an, hunting will be banned
in the ,Rio Hat:Lore& throughout
the month of Julie.

f Latin America

One 'of the brighter sides in.
Cole's life is the mansion, coin.
plete with swimming pool, in
Which he lives. He' sat at the, bar
of a newl.built playroom adjacent
to his garden and milled content.
edly.
,"I think I did some good for the
whole country down in South A.
merica," he concluded. "I could
have made headlines blasting the
wrong things with this country,
hut it was more fun telling about
the gbod things."

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Civil Defense
Workout Urged
Upon PC 13.rdss

Bureau and division heads in
the Canal organization have licen
urged to make the fullest use 13,is 13,issible
sible 13,issible of the Civil Defense exercise
next Tuesday for the testing of
their individual plant production
Plans.
In a memorandum issued by Lt.
Gov. John D. Malheny, they
were asked to participate fully in
the exercise in which the general
public will take part.
The exercise is designed pri
marily to test tile Civil Defense
plans for the Canal Zone as a
whole. The Armed Forces will I
participate and lend support to
the exercise.
The following points were out outlined
lined outlined by McElheny in his memor memorandum
andum memorandum as typical activities which
should be included by, the various
Canal units: i
"a. Making arrangements for
receiving the alert in the plant
control room and for relaying the
information to the plant-protection
service team;
"b. Carrying out a simulated
plant shut-down procedure by go going
ing going through the motions of pulling
switches, Closing valves and dis disconne0tor
conne0tor disconne0tor outlets;
"e:Moving the employes to
shelter areas;
"d. Simulating Incidents, fires
end other disaster situations to af afford
ford afford practice for first aid and res.
ctie teams, plant fire brigades,
Plant police, radiological mOnitor mOnitorial
ial mOnitorial hams. Itnd oth9r reivertiencj:
, de e,nast, servirett4i4.. i,..A0.,...'.4,4.
'"".it;'''Sifffitiatinritttla situations
whereby plantar' ean effectively
practice life and property-saving
technioues and activities;
"f. Publicizing the facility dis disaster
aster disaster control plans by using ap appropriate
propriate appropriate posters throughout the
plant; special civil defense mes messages
sages messages on bulletin boards; special
displays In lobbies, lunch rooms.
and departments; distribution of
civil .defense pamphlets' to em employes:,
ployes:, employes:, and informing employes
in methods of personal and home
survival."

Bar Hot Dogs
At Gettysburg
.
Says Congressman
WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen.
Hugh Scott (R-Pa.) called yester yesterday
day yesterday for federal action to prevent
"desecration" of the Gettysburg
battlefield by commercial de development.
velopment. development. Scott told a Senate Appropria Appropriations
tions Appropriations subcommittee commercial
encroachment on the area "al "already
ready "already has been demonstrated by
the construction of ice cream and
hog-dog stands practically on top
of the battlefield."
The senator,testified in suppdrt
of a Na'ional Park Service re request
quest request for $750,000 to buy up about
600 acres of land around the his historic
toric historic Civil War site,
, "I am told that the property so
greatly In danger of being sold
commercially is the site of the
first day's battle at Gettysburg
where the famed Ilth Corps fell
back before the onslaught of Pick Pickett's
ett's Pickett's charges," Scott said.
The Senator urged approval of
the park service request because
preservation of the battlefield is
of "nalonal importante."

uorrgas
Doubts Necessity
Of Own Request
For $8,000,000

WASHINGTON, May 22 WMPanama Canal Zeno
Gov. W. E. Potter has asked Congress for funds to start
a new hospital to replace Gorges Memorial Hospital.
But he surprisingly expressed doubts as to whether it
is necessary.
Potter testified in recent closed-door hearings on the thenew
new thenew Canal Zone and Panam6 Canal Company budget.
testimbny was made public by the committee today. ,-,
Included in the request was $550,000 to begin Ai
preliminary work on a new-hospital estimated to cost $8,-,
836,000 by 1963.
But in his testimony before the committee, Potter
said:,"I just do fiat know. I am just not willing at this mo moment
ment moment to step 'into an $8,000,000 project."
Later in, the same hearings he said: "I would like te
nev4 hopital, but I do not know that it is tIOCCS
SaHrY;laid p'l'ossibl!e''a-.1'ternative that the Panama Line and the'
would' be a complete rehabilita- MSTS cover largely duplicating
tion of the present hospicol at routes in the Caribbean area.
a cost of approximately $3,000,- Potter also told the commit-T.
000. , tee the board of directors again
Potter asked the committee has reviewed' the toll rates arid
for $18,93,1,000 la opere,i,ing ex- hae,toncludeci,that
oflaet $3,09t000lwcaPitat Is Oohed lit41111.,timeio.-r.,,,,,..
'otitirtyr for.196ir The bpersa ,
expenses, he 'said, show an in-
crease of $901,000 over the 1959 ungarlans'Say US
amount, due in part to salary
increases and to operations of alng,
the equal wage reale. MilltarY AllaChe
Potter testified the Panama
Canal Company intends to con continue
tinue continue Inahitaining the t WO ships bled fronlier
p,nama Luie.

But he said it 'has' ap approached
proached approached the Military Sea
Transport Service to retire
one of its Caribbean ships and
let the Panama Line carry
military freight and passen passengers
gers passengers to the Canal Zone.
If this is accomplished, he
said, it would go far to elimi eliminate
nate eliminate certain recent critifism

Starkweather Wins
Two-Week Extension
Before Execution

LINCOLN, Neb. May 22 (UPI)
Mass slayer Charles Starkweath Starkweather
er Starkweather won a dramatic last-hour stay
of execution today from a U. S.
district judge, the stay was an announced
nounced announced 90 minutes before the exe execution
cution execution Was to have taken place.
Robinson ordered the execution
stayed for two weeksuntil June
4to allow Starweather time to
appeal to the District Court of
Appeals.
The federal judge acted upon
'receipt of a telegram from Guy
Starweather, father of the con condemned
demned condemned youth.
Robinson said it appeared Stark Starkweather
weather Starkweather "is and has been without,
the service of an attorney" and
that he might be held in custody
"in violation of the Constitution."

THOt1SANDS OF PERSONS attended funeral services yesterday
at St. Paul's Church for Panama Tribune publisher-editor Sid Sidney
ney Sidney A. Young, who died Monday following a heart attack.
Shown here in the front pews during the fiervices are: (I. to r.)
Assemblyman Victor Navas. British Ambassador Sir Ian Hen Hendersori
dersori Hendersori the widow Mrs. Mita Young and Mr. Young's adopted
daughter, Mrs. Claudina McIntooh.

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BUDAPEST, Hungary (UPI)Ta
The Hungarian Foreign Minisbp
yesterday accused the U.S. milt.
tary attache in Budapest of v10-.
lating the Hungarian Soviet fron frontier,
tier, frontier, informed sources said.
The charge was made in re.
jecting American protests 'against
the "discourteous' treatment, of
Col. J .Grant Lemon, of Haris Harisburg,
burg, Harisburg, Pa.
Lemon and Maj. Raoul Iley Ileynaur,
naur, Ileynaur, the French military at attache,
tache, attache, were detained for 10 hOurs
last month by Commusist authori authorities
ties authorities near the Hungarian Soviet
border without explanation.
The two later were accused of
having traveled in a' restricted
zone although there had been MO
prior official notification that the
area was prohibited.
A protest by the U. S Legation
here as well as a complaint made
to the Hungarian legation in
Washington were rejected as "un "unsatisfactory,"
satisfactory," "unsatisfactory," the sources said.
A similar note of rejection was
delivered to the French legation?
they said.
'
The Hungarian notes, according
to the sources, added new charges
against the American and4,Frehch
officers. They said the two had
not only violated the restricted
border zone but the frontier itself.
The Foreign Ministry charged
that the American protest 'nett
note was intended to camouflage
the activiites of Lemon ane"fo
back up the wholly unwarranted
protest of the legation." ,;
,
It said the Hungarian goyim.
'ment expected the American !Se.
gation to stop its staff from NI
ther misuse of diplomatic privi privileges
leges privileges and warned the responsibil responsibility
ity responsibility for consequences of further
similar incidents would rest on
the United States.

Increase In Polio
Brings Warnings
To Get Vaccine

WASHINGTON (UPI) T h e
Public Health Service has warned
that paralytic polio is on 'he up;
swing. The number of cases dun
ing the first four months of this
year was nearly doubte the same
period last year,
Dr. John D. Porterfield, acting
surgeon general, appealed to the
public to ge polio shots. He point.
ed out that last year polio in.
creased 45 per cent over 1957
During the first week of May,
19 new cases of paralytic pile
were reported compared to Bevels
for the same week in 1958 Some
283 caSes have been reported of
far in 1959, compared with lij
fikr the same period last year. ,'

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grimage to the ,graves,of .,stu., 71N,Ith:;pthari:delagates, he visited the Colon Free Zona .. ,m,,,,et. ,,
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NationaliOtigd -lad- Year,. ''' '-' PrebitiCh aidJoday that such exhibits, and also ape- i 3.:1.I.P.!!AiN:.,,,,, Upon PC 13.rdss wn Request,
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during tCdSY'sittivities." , portend, in the Intensification of Inter-Latin-American for4 ,,,4.:4::iv:,f,..A:n,A-&::, Ft.,
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"i ills.11:1.1;triltliii 61'64:14. sign- '-conl- rrtett4v.'-.4t, the same time, he added, they could ...... ,,.,::',K.,..:,,:,,,:,,,:,km,ini..,,i,,,:.:ilia:;:::
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. today's, observance nod. the aid exchange ,with the rest of the world. 4$00.' ..,,,i,4;,,:li-.,:,,,,,:.i,:-.:Vii,ii,,,i,i,::1.;,,,.!,,,,,. urged to make the fullest use 13,,sMONs,la,,:iiiftOi-,:,,,i'f;:',:.:,
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b fourth. amnia! Studente Con- He-was referring to a resolution pissed yesterday by ,,:,,va- -f,,,,,...,:.,,,,,,-..iw,:,i,44,,,,f ,,,,,,. i'-;-.,.
, ,,.,-x, -fl;',,,-.,,,,,,,4,,,) si:i;K,,.;,,,,,,:.;,,E:, next Tuesday for the testing of
greas,'whiolo get under way , . it, .w,-.
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the responsibility for Any pos- the Cepa Comtni se en Economic Development The resolu resolution
tion resolution recOMMended Member governments to consider set- .A!::,, ,,,,,..1xwtilK.,:i,,,,,e,:::,.. ..-.. n.1
:'-..;;PF7;;;'1-TJ.,i,'' :' 7nrisa. memorandum issued by It. r: ; -.,- ,;:
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"Limiter -the Cellar, a group ting up such displays of their country's wares. .
. .. ..,:-;..ii.,-...,.:.:,:,m,,,- ..I,,,,,,im .,, were asked to participate fully in
of 'government supporters whO ,
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have had Previous clashes "Well orgamzed, and support,, republics have received threats .:::::.4iP:.' :r.,,''' 3,ie0;:41..4400.:::: :::
with students. ed by private initiative, and with that they will be overtaken by (,, ,,,,,, ,.:- ....., ...:; ,- 0,.,;.A;:-,,,..;m4.,,,., ,i:, public will take part.
:7',,r3r:Mtf,e.,.. ,:.: :t.,,1!,:,:i1:i104,,p.pi: ,,;ii na ew hospital to replace Gorgas Memorial Hospital.
is necBeustsahrey'.surpri!ing,ly expressed doubts as to whethei it
The exercise is desioned ere
the perspectivO-of all Latin Amer- the communist countries. i ::ii,!. 144', ."....:-.',14:i.4. ,:(.i,ii,,:m;:;;:ii;':4. ::-..-,,,,i.,,,WQ:::,ii:iU(1.';:40 -
. In addition to this- three-day icon tointritoi, the Coloti Free Of course,' the Americas can- .",,,,,4.:,' ,,ili!:ii:Ait i ,.,.,' ,x,,,,,,",:" -,,fial,i4ii:.iiilistwl-10:". ::-.,?, madly to test the Civil Defense
;,:5ff,e,;:iv.:i:,:?,,:::i:it'f.K.00,::::' .. .....z, plans for the Canal Zone as a
' Congress, scheduled te baxiii at Zone and others can become, tic. net Ignore the cemneunist ad- :, ';t ....:i:..,,,,4,,L, .... A,
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tneeswt i mcP 00,0 tnntyan irwztagosSntmei foci ednded i pl lp uarbne laCi cemnbeifycC tiaOhnSece cdt 0-cdm00 mm0 riptaht een erly rtbi onudgda5gyea. tn.: fHhlet; I. I ' '1 ., ; l'
- 5 pm' the students will' also tive ceriters Which can aid consi- vances, Reedit' behaves. But ,,,-a. ..,,,,,,o,. ,-,-.4!.:::001!.:. ,"Th :.:.,?.,0,iogiiii.,iiimiiidia4-0 ,..:...,....::,
hold,e. 'rally tonight at 7 pia in derably in steps. toward a com- Vi:im:,,,A,-; ;y',..;,,: ,i::3T.:,;?..m.iw:i:gpi,x,,,r,:ii- :i-k,.. -3-,:,- participate and lend support to
each of tho Western republics : .1; ...,,,,,,,:.. -v:0,::,:- :::.:,: ,....rogamm;;:i g.it:t;, ,.:.....:1,(''' tk
11'' Banta Analplaza; L -, mon market,' the' Argentine eco- must keep--befors if an aware- ; .,A, .:.,.;.,.14., ,
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At' the rally, to 'illich the Demist said. -,, loess of the fact that the wed.. ..... , ,, :...'i.-..AP,:::',4:',:,,,,k1:5-11?::',.. gif I,.......-'-:',1:':.i .1..' The following points were out out,
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public,hat been invited, spealt- orn war of life demands great- ,,,, -;,.
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'US of three student organiza- tie added it was unnecessary er struggle than Is being made .-Eim:,,,k:::.:....simi::::.
e tions via,: pay' homage, to,. those to re-emphasize the ..-dired -1m- now. They should proceed to act ..,:.,.1:'1:::.:M:-',..,7....'.... .. '..rk,:n.'',"P'-:.0-0,..ftrBel',x'::.:ile, should be included by the various
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who killed in ICA May's clashes Portance that a project of this on that idea. .,i, 0.:1,-.0-,0:04,-:m.,- ..1,,;,7 ...anal linos: i
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tets tkinmoown.yi abemfoirues ttnhoet cwoimi 1 imngi tatetet, h iPsoilitteo.; t.,; i
and wilt review the nountry's soul...would haVe, for the -co- This was the .approach that 410- ....1'..:,?...:'':,':.. '''.
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edUcttioniprobleMs nemy ef' Panama,- an area vi- minated discussions in Buenos, Al-. ,,,,,,s,,,.,. ..,,,,,,,,,,ri, :'-'-:....,.. '..(V;..;;'-itia:,.($;.'''1;:if.';',,,,..:&-:-,"-1.'t-3 receiving the alert in the plant
,,, sited by approximately 20 ships res of the pressing problems of 4.1s4.::'"''':.,,'"''.::.;.'i,;:J;1:.',,'''....''::';:- :.:,'::::.,'.',1-24:t::;tmi.;:;..t,lak.'''':1.,i.",.,..',101,;.i..::::;:f... control rpom and for relaying the
' ' '' ' daily and many planes from all under-development. ,:',8-::;:,,-,.:,?.,,-.---.,,:,::Aleinft.,...&,4Ii--:,:.::,,..(:, -,....:,,,,,:. nuormation to the plant-protection Sat ..,
ment to step into an $8,000,000 project."
Proilkent Pailaina parts of Hsi world.' The whole meeting there took a H'''': :' '::,MSCOV:1'-..5,4,01,f-tr,:';4,',11,.'31-.:; servIce teaym;g
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ot Cepars 'three Jerking ,commit. new attitude of realism toward :i'' ' .'.,x..,..:::..A-140: '";''' :'::;':W:i---.'A -"-W,. ,:::,,x,...;&.:',,-,e... i .7,'?.
buildL., Got. enrowirthtohs.,epistaozebohtealridnogsnohle ksnaoidw: t"hlowtoiutldis
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. -:,,-..e.,, tees eomnieted their affairs this these matters, he explained. tiOLUNNA;t4:(..' .:4::V -.....:. '',--'"",:,?,:i";eiry ,:,,,...;,,':.:(i plant shut-down procedure by go go-
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. mormng and one had done so For the first time, specific re- "--4,7:,;f4..,,:''' ,:;"'''' '..' '..."''''
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' d '''''Y -: '-';',. ' ':',';7I ' . ilus 7:cleared the. -way. for the that ec000mic problems'. in some ,,
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I :1111,, Wilk ttifili.1 I.VIV i;;;...-E-:7;., Islitst, etie7,44seto";4.fdist 'Another will as great or greatO 'stature than, ,:.::,:,,,',A:, 4.,..,p',:,..4;:p47,',.:-mli ing through the motions of pulling
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, :-.: boa other disaster sititatinns to af. tion of the present hospital at routes in the Caribbean area. ,,.., ,.- li:
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- ford practice for first aid and res. a cost of aPproximately 53,000,- Potter also told the commit..;,, '1...,,,sli
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f 21'; asp ncipal of ,the Margarita and Coco Bolo'lle. ielalil''r'ylicho-o.1.,'
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GerBERLINe May o22tg(UrPust)-e Epo 01.ci ....!mk
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liISS FRANCES MOOMAIV,'who is retiring a't. the end o'''f' M'ay
agt receives a ,farSwell gift, from Kath DeTore, one -of her Coco pr,a,ctice life and property-saving crease of $901,000 over the 1959
technioues and activitier amount, due in part to salary
f. Publicizing the faCility dis- increases and to operations of
propriate posters throughout the Potter testified the Panama ungartanslay. 5
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ged AG-write,. a note saying experts of all m mber nations man ommu is h d plant; special civil defense mes- Canal Company intends to con- s ',,
bled fronlier .; -is,
sages on bulletin boards; special tinue ina!ntaining the, two ships
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tthat ,ha had,',.had. a helot attach' met 'under OAS, tupiees to dis- lice reinforcementa to a small emOny eld hr. the patio' of the new acnool during which the
displays In lobbies, lunch rooms. tithe Penama,.Line. 4
and te'quested.,:that be be' tratia. cess7 betterment-. : -.. 1 village outside.-"Berlinto ptit down Plipils sang "Carry Me ,Hack .to Old Virginny' Miss Moomaw
- ,fe d: t& Bt.-:',,,Barthelemew Hos. The ,Americandeletaite outlined an anti-Communist riot and seal comes from. Virginia -- and "Auld Lang Syne" was played as and departmenti; distribution of :, : 7. ; ,,,,. ,..
pita". 'His sitsta,hisd also asked for how time and agein the American off the area, it was reported to- a cornet solo by Michael Nunle. civil defense Pamphlets, to em- But h-e said it 'hiti ap- BUDAPEST, Hungary (LIFI)-e4
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' a'' priestoand,reqUested that the day. ployes: and Informing employes preached the Military Sea The Hungarian Foreign Minisbp ; ...,
PanitMa Embassy be advised. , '.' Reports by two West German 8 in methods of personal and home Transport Service to retire Yesterday accused the U.S. milt- I
' Ile.twat deed- in 'bed- When the Cily Allernales newspapers and a private intelli. Tuberculin Histoplasmosin Tests Due
a survival." one of its Caribbean ships and tary attache in Budapest of vid- .0
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... group of farmers rioted Wednes-, i'l
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At ;the time- of hie death, lie da at Ploetzin about eight miles Bar Hot Dogs military freight and passen- tier, informed sources said.
Ttlif Batan Plans south 'of Berlin in the Soviet Zone,
Y Next, Monthin tatAm Schools of lone gers to the Canal Zone. The charge was made in re k
If this is accomplished, he jecting American protests 'against t
At Gettysburg, ,......
said, it would go far to elimi- the "discourteous" treatment, of
. ',was 'president, of the TaflaManian
;Academy of Medicine and ,Surgery : ',. ..,
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Collegent Sergeont He also serv-;-- For laking Office They destroyed busts of coM-
munist heroes, broke every wind-
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Says Congressman nate certain recent critifism Col. J .Grant Lemon, of Harris HarrisbuLergm,
buLergm, HarrisbuLergm, t
Pea. and Maj. Raoul It.ey- .!:
ki' ed' as. chief of the clinic of obs- ed to hang the communist puppet
s Aetrics ea,. gynecology of Santo Tuberculin. -and histoplasmosin mine whether or not a child has
naur, the French military at attache,
tache, attache, w e sr tep rbdoyeh ti bat hii tneeeddu. .f o sr 10 h 0 u r s
Ten siternates to. the Panama mayor. skin tests Will be-conducted ih the been exposed to tuberculosis, or WASHINGTON (UPI) -- Sen.
1- ..,:IOntliiii' Hospital and profesior of
htlaaioresAergtda emoreoanwrt ht tthhboeyu t HC oeuxmo pgmlaatirnisaabrilt it 0 ,na .ust no voi.r te -t
Starkvie, ath.er 1, yin! ,
gynecologyjn ,the school of me- City councilmen elected in 1956 The intelligence organization, in- Canal Zone Atm : 'A m er i.ean to histoplasmosis, a fungus disease Hugh Scott (R-Pa.). called yester- 1
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' dicine-Of the' National University. yesterday signified their .intention formation bureau west, said there' eehools during the first tWo weeks of the lungs. They will be con. dElY for federal -action to prevent
,' Pr. Menden -al' : geaduated, to take office as cotmcilmen f)n also was unrest among farmers of Juner'it -has been ,annotMced ducted simultaneously by two "desecration" of the Gettysburg TWO-Week Extension
phraTivohiroegotfwftirocaiavilaetienerotiwfiiere accused 'of
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from St. Bruthelomen's in Lon- ThiesdaY- . t cround Neu Bradenburg, 70 milea by the ;Health Bureau. teams, one by the staff of the battlefield by ,commercial de deneattao'nrethstartictihed.
neattao'nrethstartictihed. deneattao'nrethstartictihed. '',.1..'1. I
don in 1941 itna' 'tattle to patutma --However, following. an in er- north ef Berlin. 'rhe tests,, similarto those'Con- Canal Zone school health section velopment.
zone although there had ileegatitTon .'.';i:,::
' five 'years'. later.( ', ,: view with Minister of Government But it said the, situation did not dUcted in the; I.L. S. schools in and the other by members of the Scott told a Senate Appropria. Before Execution
A ,, He hvolirvived by his wife, oil Justice Rise D. Bazan, t
hey said appear to be developing into a march and ,April, will be give bY Middle America Research Unit. tions subcommittee commercial
Youatson and daughter. Funeral Bazan bad asked for one week general protest of the kind' that the Health' I3ureau in poordination encroachment on the area "al "al.,
., "al., arrangements are to be nnOtano. to study the matter and arrive troke out in the workers' riots in with the Middle -AMerica Research If the result is positive in the ready has been demonstrated bY LLNCOLN Neb May 22 (UPI)
- ed ,later.- , at final decision. East Berlin in 1953. Unit to all studenur from 4irst case of the tuberculin test, labo- the construction of ice cream and Mass slayer Charles Starkweath- . ,
herePawrs:twes ell as a complaint made 7-'. ilt'''''
' Meanwhile, the acting counCil- erade through,,higk school;-- ratory studies will be carried out hog-dog stands Practically On top oer won a dramatic last-hour stay
4 '' ''' ' '-. '-' ,- 'MOn riaMedlest February by form Police arreited two farmers as .,
to the Hungarian legation in .r.
Washington were rejected as, "um, 1
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ledit'Giteiletio ,- -',
. ,,,, --h-., er, ,Gov., Jose Cajr ,Escala also ringleaders.
Forms, which parents are- to
b I t incr t Abel Tine- at P
. 'issue74 titement;-yesterday say The reports said the fanners eg n Ica is, r en and a survey will .he conducted of the battlefield."
arents and family contacts if f execution today from a U. S.
district judge, the stay was an anThe
The anThe senator, testified In suppdrt flounced 90 minptes before the exe-
satisfactory the sources ,said.:' : ''.1'
A similar' note of rejection was ; '' :1
of a Nalonal Park Service re- cution was to have taken place.
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,, ,, ;,. -. ,,77 .'ini.thiir-Alid,no '4Pecial interest were protesting high delivery quo- miss to hive theivehildren par.
, 'II arning Divided in pontinuing as eouncilmen be- tas set by the Salt on their crops. ticipate In .ftte-- program, -aro
cause they are 13110 persons. , te be seM out next weekliy .the indicated.
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'The histoplasmCsin test is a sur. quest for 2750,000 to buy up about Robinson ordered the execution
, vey to determine the extent of 600 acres of land around the his- stayed for two weeks-until June delivered to the French legation. '"-;,,,f1 i
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They added that if they. courts Balboa High ROTC 10.0:e 76trhniorilti, ,: 4-to allow Starweather time to they said
toTthhee Hs ouotirge ae rs !aanddneodteso,ewaccchoardrgines.g. ...l. ..'
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. OnS rule that they are bolding office
illegallY they will immediately should be signed
''rhe ren in, the Canal Zone. i
arid returned- as,-;sooli as nossible.
this ailment among school child- toric Civil War site,
"I am told that. the property so appeal to the District Court of
greatly in danger of being sold Appeals.
against the America di Fr h
--, '' Id' ', ' '..., i give, up their pests. U mt Holds.Review'
: As armoitneed,.previously,', ,,the
This will be especially import- commercially is the site of the The federal judge acted upon
, A',' :CENEVA,..,May'',, 22'. -(1311)"-,Sie 1 t tests are eor,inoculations. 'They
ant among the Latin American first day's battle at Gettysburg 'receipt of a ;telegram from Guy
0 0 i' tettry ,tif',Stato Christian,' Hefter 'The !alternates- who visited Ba- are. simply:, skintests to ,f- deter. n an enc ;-:.?,
border zone but the frontier its '' ''
students, most of whom have where the famed Ilth Corps fell Starweatber, father of the con con.
. con. ,' wimed bluntly! today,thif there son yesterday else notified Mayor For Graduates officers. They said the two had ;
' '- ' s t their lives in lite tropics. back before the onslaught of Pick- demned youth.
Pen not only violated the restricted. ''''-!' ',
that the American protest hats '-
i ', cannot be even"s lesionable de, Heliodoro PAU -that they would
's : ,, grecof peace ontiecurity in 'Es. be tatiog over their posts as. coun count
t count The Balbea High School ROTC
unit, Wednesday afternoon honor. ArMYTo-Increase: . ett's charges," Scott said. Robinso4n. said it appeared Stark Stark..
.. Stark.. note was intended to camoullatglif. ...'. '41
i s :.. ,, rsPe' tar.long aa permanyremaies cilmen'as 'soon at they considered - , :, .., The program, tlie first of its The Senator urged approval of weather is and has been withisiut.
The Foreign Ministry Charged 'I
ed the graduating members of the a, i kind tO be held among ,Canal Zone the park service request because the service of an attorney" a d
v, the activiites of Lemon ane"ro ;;'; '1
' ittivided.',1,',tA,, ''', '"" : -,... it convenient. twit and the sempr sponsor, Allen may,, Juni-brats' ''
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-, Herter 'reminded:, &islet Foreign ', -- B. Ward, with' a review.' ' : ' schoel children, wav started in Preservation of the battlefield is that he might be held in .cus.todn
March, among junior" and- senior of "nalonal importante." e ,,;;'
protessatoof tthhee Ileiguantgloantta"n g-0,,v,e; sr:. .;.:,,,,, i
." !IttiniterAndrel 'A., Gromyko that ...r.i:,.,.:..,.,,,i,;,::::.:in.ii:.i..o.,1:,,:a..t.iollfrthe Ct;:titut..i.o..n......,
In the traditional exercises, ea- FrStretiitti,,Gals
.' high school students in the U. S. -- back up the wholly unwarranted :.t:.,'. j
-'I- :'''Rtissia 'already' hat indorsed' pro-
No- New': RepOrt det Lt. Col, Charles French turn- .
: noSals fa European security,' ea
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' tablishthent. of overall, ceilings on A ri II
s,,,u.es Battles- ed over his! saber to Cadet Sfe. ,-,-,.- ..'----- school on both sides of the Isth- ifz..,::.:.J.,;.,:iiiaim,,.
'WASHINGTON '',(liPli .-'..... 'The mus and will be coneluded in Sep- s',00;sw,:-olit,iit .- ..: ,.:.:,:-iwx.',:':', -' '"" .... :lai, I.;M: -: ,A401p,, g'::.:',,1 -- -,.
Bill Archibald. Archibald direct- -,- -'j'.
e Arotipit' anCarinkAind protection, je ," : ':, es -', A v will. draft 11,000 '.1.nen in tember and October among pupils ;:':',-.:-:'..':.-:.','''.'4.,.0:,,A..s.i''''.,:':IiI,.$1,,,1.':',:;-ir.,.:0:::4:,...-11;...,:'''!:1,''.i.21.':' ..41:','.01,14m,'-'41M......,',,'' It
, ,, egainit surprise ,attacks. ', ., ed the eo s in the review past rm rm,i
,i rm,i ancer, rneumoma 9 digni. July,- an' increase of 2,000, over in the elementary, grilles in, these ,, ,,,,:,,e.,,..,,,s2.',''.i,:i,,,:,,i.,:-:,,,,,L4:,.:,,,,,,,,.:,:,,,,:,,t,..,piiii.0,3:,:,:.,..,: ,,,,
,' .- ,:-, .' :'-'' -i.:4.:,-;',.,:.,;,44C.... ........ ..: .,-,,,,, .,....,..,....,............-.- gation to stop its staff from fur- -..',..,
the reviwmg seniers Ind
11,,1 .''' '''' 'Mere ,'.. we must be in accoto ,, -!, the Marand Jtme calls. The- in schools.
',.,that,eack Of these matters
, ,'-initior ',significance for the estah., ....es.
"'' lishment .cil lasting peace in Eu
...rope; kts said.
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I, 1, : Herter Made hid remarks, at the tales.
Nis: of n4StriNGTON, May 22 (UPI)
4 ....ere 'was no reported change
today in the pondition of John Fos Foster
ter Foster Dulles, who is gravely ill in
Walt R 'd' A'' M di I C
et ee rmy e ca en- crease apparently. indicated a skid ',
Acting as the battalion staff for in volunam enlistments and re-:
the review were cadet Sfe Charles enlistments. ,,, i. .,
Rents, cadet Ste Grady Resters, -' The announcenient said only c
and cadet SFC Iefferey Kline.- Abet the: JulY .eallirepresented the IN .: 1
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Hunting Bonne ,, ,
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' ''''outset of toda's night plenary Sas- t M-Sg'. Donald. Keller led Co. number of men needed to meet idur,,kng J util6 :::, ,:,:;:,,,,',:,',,,:,:,,,,,,,;,,,,:,:,:,:,:,:,,::-,.,:.. .:1.- ::?:,::,::,,.:.,,,":,,:,:,::::,:.: ..,1:,, 1.: .,: .. -, : ,.,.1,, 4.i,i,0:i .,,:....,.,.,...,- ., ...:::- ,:-,
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' biers' ConfetenCe Ins- the Falai; ''State Dapartment prigs officer "B"; Co: "C" was led by SFC allewing for enlistmens arid re- 10 0 0 ,s, 44:v.:. ',: :- ....,....'' ..:;'' ..,
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des Natimis; ,,, Lincoln' White told newsmen yes- Ray Caldwell. , , enlistments. ,. ,, . $ :::,,,,..,,
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' He spoke after it was learned terday that be had nothing to add The tmderclass cadets were. The july total will : bring te Because of training require, .:,,,.,.;:416,, ,;, 14141 .. ...1-. 1 1
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,,.. that GrOMYke had tell& the Wed to., his :announcement Tuesday chosen from among thosewho will 2,449,420 the number of men draft- rnene,,for troops of, U. S. Armk pi.g,;,iTio
--T outside the conference' room that when henaid Dulles was growing be among those in: the ROTC ed In the armed lorces lincp the Caribbean, hunting Avill be harmed 0,N.:Tr.,:::::,!;:.-i '-'ske -,...... .. ,.,
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i,, : be is readY to begin serious iecret weaker and receiving heavy doses officer candidate Iclasses-to be held Korean War began in ,the sum- in the Rio HatO-area throughout K.,: 1:,: ,,,,,,:, ? : -- ,, ''.
Ali cold war negotiations, "very loom". of .pain-killinrdrilits; during the summer months. mer of 1950. ,,',.-..,;1' --,-, .' .. -, the menth of Julie-. ;,,k'
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HOW TO HIT THE LOTTERY
Sir:
The first chosen number Will giVe you nightmares 47. You
will have excruciating sleepless nights because vendors hate to
sell that popular, handsome, juicy piece without paying for an.
rbther piece. They call it 'marrying' two nombers, so that you and
the vendor will have a chance to get a little a little cash.
' ) I suggest that the Lottery Office have at least three thou thou-
- thou- sand more pieces of each number printed. Then, more people
-', would find it easier to get the few numbers they claim are hard
to get. I know the Lottery would not lose because the "hard to
, get" numbers do not play more than the rest. In fact, I can name
:: a few of them that are as dead as some of the nags at the race race.
. race. track.
The second chosen number is one that you can sleep with
peacefully 98. It will not disturb your Filumber, because it's
easy to have and you won't want anything but sleep.
. The next chosen number will really "dampen" a man's dreams
, when I tell them it is not available. This number is as warm as
'! the weather, but I'm afraid you can only dream about obtaining
, this number because many people claim that they are haunted
by this figure of properly proportioned features. Of course you
. know this number is the form-fitting Model-of-the-Month Miss
? American Legion.
The third chosen number is the one that hit four straight
weeks last October and November 88. Some people began to
, think the Lottery wasn't fair. Beh-heh. Tpose people whO play played
ed played the number feasted on it! The vendors keep selling tickets
Up to the last minute of the drawing, so how can the Lottery Of Of;
; Of; rice know which number to "fix"? Also, the numbers are drawn
out by children, after each ball is publicly shown and put Into
the basket. Andthe PanaMi government wants you to hit, so
that your friends will buy tickets too. because your friends don't
exactly love to see you hit and not them. My, oh my, yQur so so.
. so. called frienda couldn't stand to see you make the ''who's who"
without them trying to outdo you. Some friends have sharp blades
' in their knives. So keep alert. Stop overbuying what you can af afford.
ford. afford. The Lottery drawing is fair and hones4,0:'but it is not too
generous.
The fourth and fifth chosen numbers hit first and third prizes
on the same day last November 68 and 18. Some people like
to reverse numbers they can't get, while others will play a num number
ber number abovegr below the number they fail to find. In either case,
stick to the numbers You feel you can always get without missing
any weeks. When a number finally hits for you, drop it. Then,
: You can either add another number, or don't add any. In this
manner, the odds will be- in your favor over a period of reason reasonable
able reasonable time. This method of changing your list is what I call "con "conversion,"
version," "conversion," the fourth basic rule of the Lottery.
If you pick up new numbers in groups of two, three or four,
. then you can drop the group when one of them hits. You prob probably
ably probably have noticed some of the groups I listed in this column, and
- when one hit I dropped as many as four of the five numbers
listed. Latest happenings and eertain circumstances cause this to
be necessary. For example, the last five chosen numbers listed
1; were in the forties. Okayopne of themt hit ftrst prize, SO I retain
qt, only one number in the fdttlei.for this, preenelistilind add four
numbers that end with an. eight. Whl Ktii-11th. "!!
First, I looked into the magno-electrie fortune telling deluxe
:' ball of crystalline radiation, and I was truly amazed to see yes,
I saw crystalline radiation, of course. But that was not sup supposed
posed supposed to happen. I have never yet had any crystal ball that would
light up so brilliantly. So, I decided to put on a pair of eyeglasses
to see what was wrong. I was embarrassed when I discovered that
my shiny ball was just a light bulb sticking out of a wall socket
near the easy &air 19-hich offers me comfortable relief when whenever
ever whenever I know I be needing a newE9aner my special room
that lets me relax while choosing the Lottery nutitbers. Of course
this modern room is scientifically up to date, but I like the easy
chair the most, because I can lean back and rest even after I
have discarded the newspaper and flushed the water.
During the last 24 weeks, there were 72 prizes drawn, and
only two of the numbers ended with an eight. So, it only natural
for the not-so-beneficial Lottery to produce a number ending with
an eight, and, a chosen number ending with an eight, to be spe specific,
cific, specific, because the green and white leaves of ,the totter, Plans a around
round around Skunk Hollow httve been diuly readeozifirmed and an announced
nounced announced by the Witch Doctor.
Since last July, the chosen numbers have yielded a net pro profit
fit profit of 17 percent. There are six more weeka left before the one
year period has ended. If there are no hits, there will still be a
profit of about four percent. This shows that there can be a fool foolproof
proof foolproof system, exactly as I stated in this column last July 1.
F. J. IL

Sir:

THE MAIL BOX

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INDEPENDENT BUS SERVICES

In a recent speech Canal Zone Gov. William E. Potter said:
"The whole legislative history of the United States shows we despise
a monopoly. My operationsin the Canal.. Zone will continue, to
despise a monopoly, and will ensure that the people in the Canal
Zone.are never victimized by a monopoly or a ,monopolistic price."
If thili be the case, why is Potter denying the independent bus
drivers access to the Canal Zone townsites,of Panda and Gamboa?
I oft,.n travel to Gamboa on Gill's buses, and find.the service
lousy. Mien Gill's drivers are changing shifts one,has to wait as
much as hour between his buses. During this wait there are al always
ways always in lependent buses coming by. If Potter wants confirmation,
let him ask any Gamboa resident.
I understand the. Gill organization buys its spare parts. tires,
gasoline and so forth on the Zone. The independent drivers have
to biry at ranMIA'S higher prices. Surely then they deserve a better
break in t1-.oir efforts to make a living.
It's bad enough having the Pacifie-side Army posts and Naval
reservations monopolized by Gill: without' having him clamping a
monopoly on the Pacific-side civilian townsites as well.
At tho rate he iq moving he will soon have every highway in the
Zone moonnolized. The independent drivers of Rainbow City should
be on the alert against the day whon he wants to take over that area
as well.
I suggest that Canal Zone bus routesete put up for bid, rather
than baPfled to Gill on a silver platter. also suggest that the Gill
orgnnization be made to boy its gas. spares and so forth in Panama
so that the indoneneents will be in a fairer comnetitiye position. and
Rico co thqt Gill will contribute something to the economy of the re republic.
public. republic. Reperts hsve been published that Gill has also gone so far to
rut four buses of his own nn the highway. to vire further competi competition
tion competition to the indeoendents, These buses are in addition to those owned
in th.. name of comnapy.
All these consideratinns add up to a situation that. in mv opinion.
warrant.. more sympathetic consideration than Potter has so far
accorded it.
No Partiality.

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Sir
nurinq the national nrisk et thp Re called "inyaRien." a aigni aignificant
ficant aignificant fac4o naqpri linnntlewl h 'treater mainritv of tho
nuhli0. and thst wag th tact thtt th ClEA oroun emphatically stated
thpi tho" would not board any shin for investigation outside the three.
mile I,mit.
Thifi only aerveR to prove that Panama only acted throurh sheer
nationalism when they dnclared their twelve-mile limit of she sem
Eagle Eyes.

BUS SHELTER WANTED
Sir:
I'vo seen a lot in the paper about getting better conditions for
those who work for tbe Canal Zone bus line.
Now how,about something for the maids who keen the bus line
going? Why ahould a maid who has been ironing clothes all day
have to sten out of the boa at the Studer Road bus terminal into the
pouring rein, .8nd have to keep walking in that rain till she finds
SOMO kind of shelter aeross tho railroad tracks?
Can't someone build a shelter at the bus stop?
- A Maid.

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Labor News
1 And
Comments

By VICTOR RIEsEL
President Eisenhower looked
back in anger about a year ago.
ike's ire was stirred by 'what he
believed were unfair and unwar unwarranted
ranted unwarranted attacks upon him by. vir virutally
utally virutally all important labor leaders.
His fury also was provoked kY
the arrogance of the underworld
and its challenging second govern government.
ment. government. He deckled to become his
own labor adviser and Istrategist.
Today Mr. Eisenhower appears
to have cracked the solid labor
front. And he is about to smash
a strong section of the underworld.
It is this story of tactician Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower which is the inside sto story
ry story of the dramatic half-hour visit
of United Steelworkers president
David McDonald last Thursday ,in
New York's Waldorf Towers suite
of the President of the U.S.

It was Dave McDonald, whase
tongue these days is as silvefy as
his hair, who telephoned the White
House on Tnesday, May 12. One
of McDonaldfiu contacts- had, of
course, first passed on word that
he would ask to see the President.
Mr. Eisenhower made the deci decision
sion decision pervinally and swiftly. His
secretar), Tom Stephens, -rang
McDonald back and said the Pre President
sident President would be "delighted." And
Stephens had exactly the word for
it.

Gen. Eisenhower, who follows
these things very closely these
days, knew that the had angered
Steelworkers everywhere by cry crying
ing crying out against what he termed
.inflationary wage increases. See.
ing McDonald, leader of 1,000,000
Steelworkers, would reveal the
pleasant relationship between tbe
two men. It would wipe out any
inference that the Steel Union
leaders were unfriendly to Eisen Eisenhower.
hower. Eisenhower. ,And if I've ever heard anyone
try to give an impression over
and over again, it was Dave Mc McDonald
Donald McDonald when he left the Presi President's
dent's President's suite in the Waldorf Tow Towers.
ers. Towers. By actual count, McDonald
repeated 18 times in a 20-minute
interview that he- was a close
"friend" of Mr. Eisennower.
Furthermore, when the President
received news of McDonald's eall
last Tuesday, the Chief Executive
knew that the Republican Athol Atholnistration
nistration Atholnistration and its leaders were in
for a terrific propaganda lainuast lainuasting
ing lainuasting by labor's high command! at
its Spring Executive Co un
meeting (now in session).
What better way to neutralize
labor criticism than to have Mc McDonald,
Donald, McDonald, leader of the AFL-CIO's
biggest union, publicly on record
as a close "friend" whose observa observations
tions observations and advice are sought out
on even, internationakpiatter,our internationakpiatter,ouring
ing internationakpiatter,ouring theitical,lotirik,p4 theene theeneva
va theeneva foreign ministers session. --
Nor it this the end of all this
White House fraternizing with Me MeDonald,
Donald, MeDonald, the labor man who put Ad Adlai
lai Adlai Stevenson into nomination atl
the 1952 Democratic convention.1
The White House, through USI
director George Venabie Allen, has
asked McDonald to visit Moscow
and the world trode fair there at
the same time Vice President Nix Nixon
on Nixon arrives with a chartered plane
load of newsmen.

11

But none of this is keeping the Kentucky, GOP national chair chairPresident
President chairPresident from his vendetta witu man, and Sen. Hugh Scott-of Penn
ihe mobs insiae labor. When the sylvania, former GOP national
President looked lack in antier a chairman, cracked the party whip
year ago, he decided that be would over Republican colleagues.
never speak out -on labor laws, 3. A power in Ohio politics,
without mentioning en. McCick Humphrey. bought political pres presIan
Ian presIan and tne recite'. committee's sure on Ohio's Democratic Sen.
exposure of disgusting corruption. Frank Lausche to vote for Strauss.
Since then, eacn time tile Pre- 4. Humphrey a r r a n o e d for
sident has expressed himself, in Strauss to be invited by Virginia's
writing or oti-tne-culi, ne has apple-cheeked Sen. Harry Byrd as
mentionea McClellan. The Senator- the only outsider to his annual aP aPwas
was aPwas tne only 14istator named in ole outing for Southern Senators.
the 'State of the Union Message, Byrd's son, Harry, Jr.. just hen hentor
tor hentor example. pens to hold a lucrative job in
This was the President's person- companies. Industrial Rayan.
al decisionnot to permit tile puu-I 5. Finally. II u m p h r e y has
lic to target the symool ot unaer-ibrouelit hidden economic pressure
wont! exposures. Ints the rrest-ion both Senators and newspap newspapaent
aent newspapaent decided tor two reasons. 'ers to support Strauss.
ne wants a 10Ais laoor retorm
bill. He has ordered his stall itp It remains to be seen. however,
whether thi powerful Republican
I.
rhe Hill again to worx wita tne
140 or 150 ttepresentatives who al-I firming
I business leader can stampede the
his man.
ready can be counted on to vote 1 1"te"--
for a tougher law than that. Strauss's gaovernment
pass.i staff has also been lobbying be behind
hind behind the scenes for his confirms confirmseci
eci confirmseci by the Senate. 'tile President
is seeking the balance of votes lion. Joe Fox, a' fortmer litriashing.
ton Star editor no wor ng for
among southern and western Dent- the Commerce Deparment, show showocrats.
ocrats. showocrats.
.
' ed no in the Star's editorial rooms
His second motivation is to stir
the Justice Dept. into even tough- to urge the Star to sunport Strauss.
er action. He appears to have sat.-
ceeded. The White House has re. Others have besn telephoning in influential
fluential influential friends and slipping a a.
. a. ceived word that new indictincnts round to see Senators.
of racketeer! "will shake the coun- HEADLINES AND FOOTNOTES
try, perhaps even the world." Senate GOP leader Everett Dirk
That Gen. Eisenhower, he's not Ben has received work from the
a bad strategist. White House to oppose Democratic

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WASHINGTON The big push
to confirm Adm. Lewis Strauss
as Secretary of Commerce has
been directed backstage by
George Humphrey, erstwhile Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of the Treasury and crown
prince of the M. A. Hanna Indus,
trial empire.
Just as Humphrey's economic
ideas had a way of becoming Pre President
sident President Eisenhower's economic po policies,
licies, policies, the men he favors seem to
find their way into key adminis administrative
trative administrative posts in the Eisenhower e economy.
conomy. economy. It 'was his recommendation that
led to Strauss's appointment as
Secretary of Commerce. Here is
what Humphrey is doing not to
push the appointment thOough the,
Senate:
1. Humpmrey pulled the strings
that sent Ohio's statuesque ex-Sen.
John Bricker scurrying back to
theASenate-,last week to urge
Sttraust's confirmation.
2.1 Through Bricker, Humphrey
arranged to make the confirma confirmationfight
tionfight confirmationfight a party issue.
A party-line statement was
drawn up by Bricker's former
aide, Rohn McElroy, who had stay
ed on In Washington as GOP
counsel to the Senate Interstate
Commerce Committee.
Big Andy Schoeppel of Kansas,
senior Republican on the commit committee,
tee, committee, read the statement into the
record4
Then Sen. Thruston Morton of
Kentucky, GOP national chair chairman,
man, chairman, and Sen. Hugh Scotkof Penn
sylvania, former GOP national
chairman, cracked the party whip
over Republican colleagues.
3. A power in Ohio politics,
Humphrey. bought political pres pressure
sure pressure on Ohio's Democratic Sen.
Frank Lausche to vote for Strauss.
4. Humphrey arranged for
Strauss to be invited by Virginia's
apple-cheeked Sen. Harry Byrd as
the only outsider to his annual P Pole
ole Pole outing for Southern Senators.
Byrd's son, Harry, Jr.. just hap happens
pens happens to hold a lucrative job in

-Sy DREW PEARSON

leader Lyndon Johnson's proposed
conciliation service for settling ci civil
vil civil rights problems. Many moder moderates
ates moderates considered it an important
step toward better race relations
...The House Appropriations Com
mittee voted 13 to 7 behind closed
doors against a manpower freeze
on the Army and Marine Corps.
By a two vote margin, the com committee
mittee committee also approved a $200,000,-
000 modernization program for the
Army. .At the same time, the
committee turned down, 10 to- 8
the Navy's request for funds to
build a supercarrier. .The tobitc tobitcco
co tobitcco industry has been jolted by the
sobering news that cigarette:smok
ing Arthur Godfrey and clgah clgahsmoking
smoking clgahsmoking Gen. Nate Twining have
lung cancer. Philip Morris has-laready
abandoned all advertising
claims that cigarettes are cancer
free. Instead it is building a $3,000
research lahoratorv An Richmopd.
Va., to remove the cancer-capo
ing tars from cigarettes. Mean Meanwhile,
while, Meanwhile, the company will produce
Iventilated' cigarettes, minched
full of holes above the filter tip
to cut down on tars...Le Roy Dett Dettman,
man, Dettman, president of Labor Pool, Inc.,
which employs 40,000 unskilled
out a safety program with the La Labor
bor Labor Department to ell' the acci accident
dent accident rate among unskilled worters.

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MAILBAG

R. A. HonoluluIke was barred
from the Gettysburg golf course
by the pro in charge because it
had been raining end he didn't
want Ike's golfmobile tracking up
the fairways. He gave an okay for
Ike to play, provided he walked.
The President chose not to play....
R. H. R., San Juan, Puerto Rico
Here is the national debt picture.
Under Truman it was $275 billion.
but was increased in 1954 to $281
billion by Eisenhower despite pre previous
vious previous campaign attacks on Tru,
man for raising it. In January.
1958, the debt ceiling, which had
meantime returning to $275 bil billion,
lion, billion, was again increased to 1280
billion. Eisenhower it now schel scheltiled
tiled scheltiled to sek for another increase.
to $2)38 billion.
SUMMIT.GO-ROUND
'rhere are so many wire taps
and electronic listening devices
used at the Genevg foreign minis
ters Conference that U. S. Ole Oleeates
eates Oleeates consider only one room in
Secretary Herter's 11-room villa
to be safe for high-level talks.
Each side it trying to find out in
advance what moves the other sid-!
IR planning to make. .Reason
newsmen were searched when
covering the foreign Ministers
Conference wax not the fear of
concealed weapons but of iistsn.
ino devies. Depotv Prime Mi Minister
nister Minister Atikovan and 'Deputy Pre Premier
mier Premier KO'lq1' both want to come
to New York to open the Soviet
Trade Fair JIM. Mukov a
seems to the USA. wants to
come back. But Kosiov says he
'lam. been her, and it'a his turn
U. S. Ambssisor Thoninson
werned that dictator Khrtisit
chey (lost no' have the Presi Presidium's
dium's Presidium's Poll suPoort for Summit ne

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gotiations. He must come back
from the Summit conference with
a political victory or face serious
opposition Inside the Kremlin.

DAILY
MEDITATION

(Presented by Ms Dopartniont
of Christian Education of tho
Episcopal Church in tno Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Dioceso of the Panama
Canal Zone.)
I Thessalonians 5:12-13
"Wo besoech, you brothron,
to know ,them which labour
among lyou, and )v4, over 'you
in the Lord, and admonish
you; And to esteem them very
highly in lovo for thoir work's
sake.

There was a time, not so long
ago, when it was thought that no
one should be urged to go into
the ministry. Let God move a
man to that callnig, it was said.
only a man truly "called" should
enter so hard a service.
As a result of this attitude,
some people even made a point
of discouraging any man interest.
ed in the ministry. Only a dedi dedicated
cated dedicated person, they belle v e d,
would persevere in his intention.
Today a healthier attitude pre prevails.
vails. prevails. It is pointed out that there
must be a "calling" to any ca.
erre law, madicine or business
as well as the ministry. Let a
man consult his interst and abili
ties; let him find out what die
minister does; let him put the
two together and ask, "Is t h s
for me?" Let him investigate,
ask others, think, and pray. Let
him visit a seminary; he will be
intelligently helped.
The profession itself is now re regarded
garded regarded in a new way: The world
needs the best clergy it can get.
and it knows it! In our day, no
more exciting career can be chos chosen.
en. chosen.

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s WASHINGTON (UPI) The
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fore before birth.
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ory theory that the uMverse does not go
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tronomy astronomy has, opened a new win win-
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space,"
Bennett, chief of naval research,
said the radio window "is many
tims wider than that available
to an optical telescope", depen dependent
dent dependent solely upon visible light.
Radio astronomy is only a doz
years old and Its instruments "are
still primitive." Two of 'the most
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI)
Mrs. Harry S. Truman, making
good progress after removal of a
breast tumor. that proved not to
be milignant, Sat up in her' hos hospital
pital hospital bed for the first time yester yesterdayand
dayand yesterdayand looked forward to a visit
with her new grandson.
Just when she would be able to
make a trip to New York or even
when shil would be'released -lkom
the hospital has not bee)) rvialgt,
however.
The Trumans originally planned
to go to New York to visit-daught
er Margaret, now Mrs. Clifton
Daniel, May 30. Mrs. Daniel gave
bir'h to a second sop TuesdaY TuesdaYThat
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Flaw Scout Cliirtp;Name;
i Announcemorit,Mittiglit,4,
,Meetilig sestionAllis
week, the C,onal Zone Boy. Scout
t Council selectsdigs 4iew, mimarior,
' tbeiBoy; Scout Camp at MadOen
Lake and decided to make its se selection
lection selection public at the big Scout
, benefit' performance at the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Thnter tonight.
Brig. Gen. George F. Schlat Schlat,,,
,,, Schlat,,, ter, preaident of the council, call call;
; call; ed the spefiat session after he
: was informed that a special corn corn!
! corn! mittee. ,charged with recommend recommend:
: recommend: ing a naine to the board, had
completed its task.
The committee waded through
more than 90 names subnlitted
by Scouter' and th"e public at
large. It 'finally narrowed the list
, doom to three names.
Then it recommended one of
the three as the choice and sub submitted
mitted submitted its findings to the board.
The Nord went along with the
committee's lecommendation.
IA: Gov. John D. McElheny,
chairman of. the special four-man
, committee, said the committee
was grateful to all titose who But)-
, mitted names,
, Balboa Theater manager Wil William
liam William B. Mallory submmited a
- number of names and in some
cases submitted emblems a nd
seals that.he thought went well
with tivt names, McElheny not'-,
ed.

-,,, At the big benefit performance
in the theater tonight the 60V 60Val
al 60Val public will have an npportuni npportuni'
' npportuni' ty to see the U.& Army's best
talent 011 the Isthmus as well ss
hear the famed 79th Army band.
The performer go on stage at
8 p.m. following a special firm
program -that starts at 6:15. The
films, which include a documen documentary
tary documentary of the Scout camp at ,Phil ,Philmont,
mont, ,Philmont, New Mexico, also will be
shown followipg the Army show.
The charge will be 75 cents for
adults and 50 cents, for children.
Plans call for Lady fiaden-Powell,
widow of Ole founder bf the
Scouting, movement, to dedicate
new camp whin she visits the
Isthmus early in July.

fornia Institute-6f Technology vnth
Navy funds in the Owens Valley,
a remote mountain trough 250
miles north of Los Angeles.. Each
is a 90-foot. dish-shaped "hearing
aid" capable of Jocking onto"ra onto"radio
dio onto"radio stars" and receiving their
broadcasts from the depths of
spate. The Caltech observatory
cost. 91,5004000. ,
- So- far, radio telescopes have
discovered about2,000 r&di4),,SOUre:
es including ,the sun,' Mars,- Venus,
Jupilert and turbulent gas ciouds
among 4the stens., They have re recorded
corded recorded the electromagnetic throes
of two galaxies in collisi6n-, more
than -200e,Millits1 light years away.
Badio telescopes 'so far hsve
penetrated .only about 300 million
light years into space, but poten potentially
tially potentially their range is much,greater.
"It is tbe radio, telescope", Ben Bennett
nett Bennett said, "that Will in the, not
too distant future take us to the
very edge of the universe, and
eventuallyif Einstein's theory of
the curvature of the universe is
correct,back around to our own
world as it existed millions or
billions of, years ago."

Truman's May calendar that has
not been cancelled', but his secre secretary
tary secretary said it was "very much up
in the.iiir" even if be would maki,
the trip alone.
The 74-year-old former first La Lady
dy Lady who entered Research Hospital
late Thursday and underwent a
two-hour and,45-minute operation
Monday remained in very satisfac satisfactory
tory satisfactory condition. ',",..
, A medical builethi said she
spent "a very rettful night with
minimal discomfort. Her respira respiration
tion respiration and pulse are normal. She
ate a full breakfast and was quite
cheerful."
"I found Mrst Triim'an looking
very much better this morning,
Truman said, "and of course I'm
very happy"kbtit it."
Asked whether this close brush
with the possibility of cancer had
heightened Lis interest in re
search of the disease, Truman re reminded
minded reminded reporters that he had been
"af'er cancer research since 1945.
"I tried my best to get a bill
vitt,he ,subject through Congress,
)ititlildirt hav.e--,any luck."
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perty Property Disposal office has issued
invitations to bid on 27 items of
salvage equipmen,,o no longer
needed by the federal governrupt,
located in Costa Rica, Bblrvia,
Chile, Ecuador and Peru.
Sealed bids must be submitted
itt four copies. They will be open opened
ed opened at 9:30 a.m. on June 15 at
Building 706, Corozal.

The Inter American Geodetic
Survey projeaL in Costa Rica is of offering
fering offering a quarter-on utility truck,
without equipment. Arrangements
for inspection should be made by
contacting the officer in charge,
Inter American Geodetic Survey,
San Jose.
Available through the officer in
charge of the LAGS in Santiago,
Chileare two 3-4 ton cargo trucks,
blankets several tents and sleep sleeplig
lig sleeplig bags. COMpasses, ,t rip o d s,
sleeping bags, mattresses, folding
chairs, field cooldng sets, tents, an
engine assembly and a variety of
l'cruck and bus tires will be dispos disposed
ed disposed of through the officer in charge
of TAGS at Lima, Peru.
The IAGS officer in charge of
the project at Quito, Ecuador, can
be contacted for inspection Pt
rangtments ..on ranchos, blankets,
wool sleeping bags, tents and
ha m mqcks.
The TAGS project in La Paz.
Bolivia, is offering a chain and
several tool kits.

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WASHINdTON (UPI ) The
AFL-CIC1 decided today to
fight against House passage Aof
the Senate's, beefed-up labor re reform
form reform bill on'grounds that it would
hamper bargaining and jeopar jeopardize
dize jeopardize union democracy-.
The labor federation's 29-member
Executive Council unanimous unanimously
ly unanimously approved the action, setting the
stage for a bitter House battle on
the issue.
The AFL-CIO supported the bill
before it got to the Senate floor,
but reversed itself Wednesday be because
cause because of a series of amendments
tacked on to the measure before'
final Senate passage by a vote
of 90-1.

A strong effort to toughen up
the Senate bill had been expected
'in the House even if the AFL-CIO
had supported. it. The Executive
Council's 'action had the effect of
drawing the battle lines even
tighter.
Union chiefs also feared their
drive to sidetrack the Senate bill
had.been hurt by Teamster Presi President
dent President James- R. Hoffa's threat of
a nationwide. strike if Congress
tries to put, unions under the anti antitrust,'
trust,' antitrust,' laws.
There is .-no such proviison in
the Senate bill, now under study
by two House labor subcommit subcommittees'.
tees'. subcommittees'. But ...Chairman John-L., Mc McClellan
Clellan McClellan (D-Ark.) of the Senate
Rackets. Committee is pushing for
separate legislation along these
lineS.
explaining the AFL-CIO ac action,,,federation
tion,,,federation action,,,federation President George
any said the amendments add added
ed added 1,0,the,',Kenatp rAtorm,hiP, "in
the -name,,ot democracy". actually
could yipe ut Democratic 'union
processes., He apparently referred
to a controversial "labor bill of
rights" added to the Senate meas measure.
ure. measure.
'The council itself said the final
version of the Senate bill, origi originail),
nail), originail), sponsored by -Sen. 'John F.
Kennedy fD-Mass.) and Sarin J.
Ervin Jr. (D-N.C.), was one that
"no trade union official could
conceivably 'support."
As' it, now stands, the measure
would ,require unions to report
details of finances, conduct se secret
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tee rank-and-file members free freedom
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Rep., Carroll D. Kearns (Pa.),
ranking GOP member of the House
Labor Committee, offered a new
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entrust with union members with
major responsibility to do their
own "housecleaning."
Kearns told newsmen the Hodse
committee "isn't buying" the Sen Senate
ate Senate bill. He also said he was "not
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out President Eisenhower aims,
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His bill would not require tin tinions
ions tinions or employers to file financial
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'labor.
But it would Include a "bill of
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4trike unless members voted by
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Meetilig iniNspeclaid ses on,- i In explaining tne let,It) ac action,
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made before Juno zei 1S59
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boa Thnter tonight. invitations to bid on 27 items of ure.
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4, ter, preaident ofthe council, call needed by the federal governropt, version of the Senate bill, ofigi DEPARTMENT
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' completed its task. ed.at 9:30 a.m. on June 15 at conceivably 'support." '1
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committee, said the committee blankets several tents and sleep- AnsA
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seals that -he thought Went well of TAGS at Lima, Peru. ,5.141.13VVIAN,teaLf :iiniii;i:& lgiew .,:-: tel:31iii,
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Orchestra, the United Btatea
Lim inii vuka nrrinrtnn
Alt m, a
jr ft tneir residence in ui uresia
Mr- Ndte Fetes
Neweemers leard
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' City chairman of the Newcomer's
llpb, was hostess to the old and
2 slew executive board members of
i the club at her quarters located

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pig were Mrs. Roy Lindquist; Mrs.
JV" R. Whitaell; Mrs. D. J. Boni Boni-fate,
fate, Boni-fate, Mrs. P. M. Judsan, Mrs. Ted
BfWn, Mrs. Geiorge Henning,
Mts. Tom Gove, Mrs. D. R. Kloe,
Mrs R. W. Wilcox, Mrs. E. Van Van-RtfSkirk,
RtfSkirk, Van-RtfSkirk, Mrs. J. J. Bonnanno, Mrs.
mt Reinheimer, Mrs. Charles
Williams, Mrs. James Roane and
Mis. f. J. Berger.
, fVeW "members accepted by the
hffllrd were Mr. W. E. Heck and
ffgs. H. L. Garvin.
'iummary reports covering the
pfSt six month period were giv giv-eftby
eftby giv-eftby all outgoing board members,
and programs for the following
li months were discussed and
planned.
Hrs. peorge Henning, hospita hospita-chairman,
chairman, hospita-chairman, announced the re regular
gular regular monthly meeting will be
field on May 28 at 1:30 p.m. at
the Breakers Club in Coco Solo.
Highlighting the program will be
discussion and showing of lin linens.
ens. linens. All members and guests are
Invited to attend.
Dr. end Mrs. Striuil
Return From Eurepe
Dr. and Mrs. Ludwin Strauss
fcive returned to their home in
Sla Vista after a two-month
faeatiori visiting friends and re relatives
latives relatives in Europe.
Shirt-sleeve Dance
By Cristobal Elks Tonight
Cristobal Elks Lodge 1542 of
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i .If you are not leaving the Isthmus,; hiake the most
of your Summer Vacation, Combine pleasure with learn learning.
ing. learning. Register with
DOROTHY CHASE
at her new Studio in the Knights of Columbus Hall.
Mrs. Chase offers the very finest training in Ballet
and Character, basic, intermediate tc advanced. Tap with
the Style of a Rockette. Acrobatic & Tumbling for Boys

j and Girls; Special classes for Kinder,
i Excellent Opportunity for older beg
1 Rapid advancement with a profess!

" Student who plans her future
For information

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Ambassador to rename and
entertained at a dinner party
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Cristobal will sponsor a shirt shirtsleeve
sleeve shirtsleeve dance this evening at Bra Brazos
zos Brazos Heights. The Informal affair
will start with a cocktail hour
from 8 to 8. when dancing will
feature the V. 0. combo and tape
recorded music.
Members and guests are invit invited
ed invited to attend.
Otm and Mineral Society
The Canal Zone Gem and Mi Mineral
neral Mineral Society will meet this even evening
ing evening at 7:S0. Guest speaker will
be Stewart Jadis, an authority on
Shells, who will also display part
of his collection.
Members are reminded to bring
tumbled stones and small speci specimens
mens specimens which have been pledged to
Scout delegates to the round-up
in Colorado this summer.
Special Education Group
Names New Officer's Roster
New officers of the Special E E-ducation
ducation E-ducation Association were elected
this week at the last regular meet meeting
ing meeting of the school year at the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa USO-JWB.
Elmer Blerbaum was named pre president;
sident; president; Miss Marilyn Flynn, vice
nritrint- Mra Helen Tomford.
treasurer; and Mrs. Dorothy Bit-
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ter, secretary. An engraved givei
ua nrlant An to the out coins
president, Col. Louis D. Faras-
worth Jr.
Plans were completed for the
iWtt dimmer recreation' urogram
to be held for handicapped chil
dren on the zone, ah persons lrr lrr-lerented
lerented lrr-lerented In volunteering their ser
vices, or narents "hin? to en
roll handicapped children are urg urged
ed urged to contuct Elmer Bierbaum,
Balboa 1785.
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in the Field of Dance.
call Balboa 3468
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Cece Sole Patients
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Entertainment was provided
patients at Coco Solo Hospital last
evening by the Los Sisanoa combo
composed of students of tile La Latin
tin Latin American School at Port Gu Gulick.
lick. Gulick. The musicians were led by
Sp.4 Cotto Colon and included
Sp.4 Rivera, Pfe. Rodriguez, Sp.4
Gonzalez, Set. Pevorca and Sgt.
Ballstros. The group represented
Puerto Rico, Colombia and Costa
Rica.
Gray Ladies who assisted in the
program were Mrs. Strowbridge,
Mrs. Mary Dwyer, chairman, and
Mrs. Helen Diez.
Charity Card Group,
Balboa Woman's Club
Members of the Charity Card
Group of the Balboa Woman's
Club Will have a covered dish
luncheon meeting Thursday at
Wedgewood, the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Schillings in Arraijan.
Reservations should be made
with Mrs. Grover Luce, Balboa
188, or Mrs. Lois Adler, Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-4890.
Atlantic Camera Club
Te Open Ixhlblt
The annual exhibit of the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Camera Club will open Sa Saturday
turday Saturday evening at 7:30 in the
club rooms at Mt. Hone and will
continue through Monday.
Tomorrow evening's feature will
be the presentation of awards and
the showing of monocrome prints
and clolor slides with a tape-recorded
commentary. The slides
and prints also will be shown on
Sunday and Monday evenings.
Guests are invited to attend.
Luncheon Party Honors
Mrs. Lily Blumborf
A luncheon party Wednesday at
the Fort Amador Officers Club ho honored
nored honored Mrs. Lily Blumbers, who is
moving from the Pacific to At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Side this month.
Hostess for the affair was Mrs.
Donna Tauber, Mrs. Alice Healev.
Mrs. Ruth Dabah., Mrs. Sarlta Ei Ei-sen,
sen, Ei-sen, Mrs. Bela Eisen, Mrs. Zov
Mizsachi. Mrs. Fridea Biizan, Mrs.
Es her Altman, Mrs. Grace Mix Mix-sachi,
sachi, Mix-sachi, Mrs. Ruth Schwartz, Mrs.
Eelen Borenstein and Mrs. Tau Tau-s
s Tau-s Battel.
House Group Voles
More Funds For
Super Highway
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
House Public Works Committee
approved legislation yesterday to
ward off a threatened halt in con construction
struction construction on the new nationwide
superhighway system for lack of
federal funds.
Brushing aside administration
objections, the committee voted to
allow further commitments of fed
eral grants to states even though
the special Highway Trust Fund
la about to run out of money.
In
surprise move, the com-
mittee s Democratic majority at attached
tached attached the legislation to a elss
controversial highway bill. The
bill then was approved 24-10 with
Republicans casting all the nega negative
tive negative votes.
Rep. Gordon H. Scherer (Ohio),
senior Republican on the commit committee's
tee's committee's roads subcommittee, as assailed
sailed assailed the Democratic move as
"almost unbelievable.' He said it
came "without warning, without
notice and without hearings . .'
President Elsenhower had want wanted
ed wanted Congress to increase the fed federal
eral federal gasoline tax from 3 to 4 Mi
cents a gallon to replenish the
trust fund and keep highway fi
nancing on a pay-as-you-go bas basis.
is. basis. But Democratic House lead
ers have rejected such a tax hike.
The new legislation would let
the Bureau of Public Roads bor borrow
row borrow money from the Treasury, If
necessaryy, to pay the federal
share of highway construction
bills that will fall due a year
hence.
Democratic committee mem members
bers members disouted GOP claims that
the legislation represented in
abandonment of "pay-as-you-go fi financing."
nancing." financing." Theyaid the bill would not be
called up for debate by the full
House until the House Ways a
Means Committee, which origi originates
nates originates tax legislation, can work
out in amendment that would pro provide
vide provide additional revenue for the
trust fund.
Democrats are considering di diverting
verting diverting to the highway program
some of the other highway "user
taxes' which now go into the
Treasury.
Congress last year, as an anti antirecession
recession antirecession measure, temporarily
suspended an amendment to the
highway law which stipulated that
federal grnts eould not be com committed
mitted committed unless monev was expect expected
ed expected to be in the "trust fund" to
cover the obligation.
Thursday's aommittee action
would suspend the provision for
another year.
MARINE MURDERED
IWAKITNI, Japan '(UPI) The
U.S. Marine Corps has identified
the Marine who was found dead
hpre Friday nlirtit n Cnl. Samuel
M. Robinson of C73 T a c o m a
Avpnue) Buffalo. N.Y.
Miss Chleko Hamamoto, U, told
"olire W she killed Rob Robinson
inson Robinson during an argument In her
rnim, !he tnd to commit nuj.
fid". Shp ald she and Robinson
h-H b"n drinking.
The Marine frn id Robin Robin-rn
rn Robin-rn w- strangled with an elec electric
tric electric cord.

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Annual Daily Vacation Bible School
Gets Under Way June 8 At Curundu

The annual daily Vacation Bi
ble School sponsored by the Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu Protestant Church will be
held June to 19. The hours of
the school will be 9 to 11:30 a.m.
Children and young people
from the ages of 4 through 11
are eligible to register for this
religious Instruction.
In the nursery department the
children will Have as their theme
"Loving and Pleasing Jesus.'
They will be under the supervi
sion of Christian teachers and
will enjoy a morning of songs,
games, Bible stories, handcraft.
Beginners will be "Learning A-
bout Jesus' from the time they
enter school each day until they
go nome singing, "Good by. God
bless you, good-by." Each begin,
ner will have his activity packet,
correlated with his sonjjs, color
lng and pasttime activities, Bible
stories, and memorization.
Children entering the second,
third, and fourth grades will .be
studying the theme of "the Lord
la My Shepherd.' Activity pack packets,
ets, packets, worship periods, recreation.
refreshment!, and Bible storiei
will all go to make these hours
profitable for the children.
"The Christian's Birth and
Growth" will be the themt of
study for the children in the Jun
ior Department. A new hand handcraft
craft handcraft project will be provided,
Visual aids, Bible drill and
memorization, recreation, music.
and study from the pupil's book
will keep your child busy and
learning for these da vs.
The intermediates in- Vacation
Bible School will study the
theme, ."Answering God's Call.'
The course is designed to show
the faith of nine Old Testament
heroes and then the faith of nine
pioneer missionaries in all parts
of the world. The handcraft for
this department is a brand new
"Missionary Album."
The high schoolers will be look looking
ing looking into the study of "Our Bible;
and Bible Proofs.' They will stu study
dy study how it was written, preserved
and pumose1. The oft-asked ques questions
tions questions will be studied such as: 'Is
the Bible inspired?." "What a a-bout
bout a-bout Science and the Bible?
"Can we accept the Bible as the

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MIDNIGHT CLUB
in the Salbga Bar
midnight to 3 a.m.
vary Friday and Saturday
Cristobal Munoi plays the organ for the late crowd
complimentary night-cap at 3 a.m.

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an njsysblt) aeolal hour
for man anomon
W In tho South Patle
Mondayi and Fridays
5 to 7, p.m.
$1 parson

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day?'
A registration fee of 38 cents
will be charged for those pupils
attending the vacation Bible
School this year. The daily offer offerings
ings offerings will go to the support fo
missionary work in the Republic
of Panama.
June 0 at a.m. the annual
school parade will be held in Cu Curundu.
rundu. Curundu. Details on the parade
will be released at lat date.
All children regardless of race
or creed are invited to attend the
school.
ciiimmE&
UNION CHURCH
r ,.0ambea
MaJ. John A. Sundberg of the
Salva ion Army will occupy the
pulpit of the Gamboa Union
Church next Sunday, 24. He takes
the place of the Rev. Walker M.
Alderton, who will be at the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Union Church. In making the
announcement, chairman B. A.
Herring of the Diaconate Board,
emphasized the special welcome
which the Gamboa congrega ion
always extends to the officers of
the Salvation Army. Maj. Sund Sundberg
berg Sundberg will be transferred to Chile
in June. This will therefore be in
the nature of a farewell appear appearance
ance appearance in the Gamboa pulpit.
Music will have a special place
in Morning; Worship. Mrs. Janet
Honsberger, will sing.
The service .opens at 10:40 a.m.
Sunday School will begin as usual
at 9:30 a.m. Major Sundberg will
be present in the sssemblv and
will teach the senior hi class at
10 a.m. in building No. 51.
LONGSHOT WINS CART E R
NEW YORK (UPI -Jlmmer1, a
32-1 shot, won the $58,600 Carter
Handicap at Belmont Park
Wednesday, beating Tick Tock
by three-quarters of a lengh.

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adage that the bull gets a little.
tne near gets a little and the hog
gets notning.
Hoe ffishness caused South to
inrow away a lay down small
Item in an effort to score 30
Points for an extra trick.
He won the ooenine heart lead
with his ace and led the deuce of
eltbs to dummy's aueen. Now
soutn cashed dummy's ace of
spades, returned to hit hand with
the ace of diamonds and ran off
his three top spades.
The three loslnr diamonds
were discarded rrom dummy and
the fact that the spade suit did
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not break failed to disturb South
in the slightest East would not
be mean enough to fail to win
the queen of clubs If he had held
the king so the club finesse was
proven,
South was right about that. Hi
led the jack of clubs and West
covered with the king but Ea
duuweu am. iow aouin was
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stuck in dummy with no means
of avoiding the lost of a trick to
West'l nine of elubs. and once
West got ia with that card, he
held the king of diamonds to
set ine nana.
South' initial club play had
been fine but once the queen Of
clubs held he hould have played
the ace of spades and then the
ace of clubs. He still would havi
made seven if the king of clubs
had fallen under the ace but in
any event he would have made
his six by giving up a club trick.
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TODAY'S QUESTION
Iftttead of blddta torn
monda your partner has rebid to
two hearts. What do you do nowt
Hacking Roommate
May Get 10 Years
For Brunette Co-ed
ASHEVILLE, N.C. (UPD-Au-
thorities wree prepared yesterday
to file charges that could send a
plump brunette co-ed to prison xor
30 years for attacking a former
roommate with a hatchet.
District Solicitor Bob Swain
said that Patricia Dennis, 21, of
Cleveland. Ohio, probably would
be charged with secret assault if
the victim, Rosa Watterson. 20,
lived.
Miss Watterson, hacked in the
face and neck, was in critical
condition. She was attacked early
Wednesday as she slept in her
room at warren Wilson College.
Swam said that punishment tor
secret assault eould be 20 years.
while the maximum for felonious
assault in North Carolina was lfl
years. I fMiss Watterson dies, he
said, murder charges would be
filed.
Miss Dennis, held in lail on an
open charge, told police the at
tacked her ex-roommate because
sne -naa usen my mends from
me.
A hospital spokesman said Miss
Watterson probably would have to
undergo plastic surgery If she
lived. She suffered four dstp
issues running irom ner ion eye
te her throat.
Swain said that Miss Dennis an.
parently had blamed the other
girl "for all of her shortcomings
for taking her friends, for her
los of populerity, a lot of jeal jealousies
ousies jealousies aver school business."
the attack was motivated fcv
wider area eg disagreements tia
over a ooy mena.
Vacation Series
Continues At T
The third nrnsram In tha ".J
venturing in th Vaitinninn
series will take place next Tues-
aay at ksu p.m. in the- Balboa
YMCA-USO auditorium.
' "ValtnwatAn n it
picture of one of America's most
ywpuiar uauonai pants, will be
shown flrsf. The second film to
be shown Is "What" A Vacation,"
about New York City.
RICIIVID BY KINO
COPENHAGEN (UPI) The
Shah of Iran flew here Thursday
from London for a five-day state
visit. He was received by King
Frederlk XX. .

by
Mill MIDNIGHT'S WOTIIOOK
Mickey Rioney wiH taia off or
Mexico aod a quickie
day pw. Chancea are, be U. be
accompanied on the Junket by itar itar-let
let itar-let Bafbara ThomasMrwbom he 11
marry as aoon as the decree la la
his pocket. .. -.The-WrO, Handy
Foundation tot the Blind, recent recently
ly recently in the headUnesvbecauie o I
leged misappropriation .of funds,
has been dissolved. .yOddity for
a musical starring Ethel Merman
the "Last 4 Times" advertise advertisements
ments advertisements for "Gypsy" in the Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia newspapers announced
"Seats Available All Perform Performances".
ances". Performances". .Michael Rennie's plans
to marry the ex-Mrs. Otto Pre Pre-minger
minger Pre-minger have hU a snag-hla wife'a
increasingly rteep demands for
the divorce settlement. .Anita Ek Ek-berg
berg Ek-berg will be dating Walter Chla Chla-rl,
rl, Chla-rl, Ava Gardner's former love,
when she returns to Rome. (Wal-.
ter'i charm still seems to be work work-ing
ing work-ing On the cinema glamor girls
Anita's bien touting him to TV
executives here the way Ava used
to do.). .Friends of Debra Pa Paget,
get, Paget, who collapsed in Us Vegas,
believe that her exhaustion was
brought on by the s renous dieting
she's been doing to keep that beau beau-iiful
iiful beau-iiful figure. That kind, of atarv atarv-tion
tion atarv-tion doesn't mix with strenuous
dance rehearsals.
Small town stuff on Broaway
Perry Como dropped in at the
Steve Allen rehearsal to ask
George Gobel if he'd like to play
some golf, .Industrialist Jim
Kimberly showed up at the colo
ny the other evening wearing one
f old earring," Errol Flynn style.
he local buzz is that former se secretaries
cretaries secretaries of Leopold Stokowski will
be subpoenaed to testify to the
type of life he led while the two
li-tle boys for whom Gloria is
fighting were in his care.
National distributors of Brigitte
Bardofs latest, "Love Is My Pro:
fession," ere having trouble plac placing
ing placing their icintillatinir rome-nn ads
in newspapers througout the coun
try. .inree noKenon men win
stand guard on a 'round-the-clock
schedule when the Imperial Ja Japanese
panese Japanese Household Dancers arrive
at the New York- Ballet. The rea reason:
son: reason: the performers' costumes are
costly beyond uisurance coverage,
besides beinff the nersnml nrniw.
ty of vhis Imperial Ma jes y.,.. the
emperor.
Her show biz intimates are up upset
set upset oyer the rumor that Rosemary
Clooney is auffering fronnf' an eje
ailment similar to the one that
scared Bob Hope. .Shelley Ber Ber-man
man Ber-man was offered the Larry Gly Gly-den
den Gly-den role in the London company
of "Flower Drum Song". .Ach
du lieber rock 'n' roll: the W0st
German "beatniks" have a wild
new fad. They dance to recordings
of speeches made by Hitler and
his top aides during the thirties
and forties.
Jane Wy man's former husband,
Fred larger, would like her to
become his bride again next
month. .Queens District Attor Attorney
ney Attorney O'Cohnor and his chief assist assistant,
ant, assistant, Frank Smith, will launch an
investigation of the Jukebox rack racket
et racket involving bowling alleys. It
pormises to be even hotter than
thcrobe of the juke scandals in
the tavern business. Anthory
Franclosa is, an extra added at attraction
traction attraction at most f the perform performances
ances performances of "A Piece .of Blue Sky,"
which it having i i,pre-Broadway
tryouts at the North Jersey Play Play-house
house Play-house in Fort Lee, N, J. He de decorates
corates decorates the audience frequently be because
cause because wife Shelley Winters is the
star of the play.
Quote from Dolores Gray on the
vicissi'udes,; of,i, Jin.; perform
mer: "If yOu'n; a'Bon-cdnfofmist
in the theater you're considered
temperamentaL ;If yWVe a non nonconformist
conformist nonconformist In night clubs or the
mftvies you're regarded as the he heroic
roic heroic Frank Sinatra, type. Jt'a jpret jpret-ty
ty jpret-ty darned unfair!" f ;: '4;T''
Network itelevlsion' i exeiiHves
are horrified by the reports that
HE
Here at headquarters for
PROTQ quality and
tools you will find all
typej for U us-!(rorfj
tiny ioewdriveri to fiaiu fiaiu-wrenches.
wrenches. fiaiu-wrenches. And every pat
is designed to give better,
safer, longer service.
Comeinsndletushelpyou
telect 'the ones you need.
PRQTO iwant
PRUfesslonal
TQolt!
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bKUAUWAY

Killgalkn
many of the big bankroUeri are
about ready to insist on full pro pro-duction
duction pro-duction control over all the pro
grama they sponsor. If that hap
pened, it would t rip the networks
of much of their power and prob probably
ably probably would hasten the advent of
pay-TV.". .Marc Breeux, the dane dane-er
er dane-er who plays Gyp Wateon ln:"Des ln:"Des-try
try ln:"Des-try Rides Again haa completed
a musical, as yet untitled. He hope
to interest Leonard Gershe and
Michael Kidd in doing it on Broa,o
way.
Quiz question: It the BoTshoi
Ballet being handled as a Russian
sgency operating in the U.S. or ia
it subject to the taxes normally
lmposd on touring thatrical
triupes?. C .Tin Pan Alley's hot hottest
test hottest new song wri ers are "Doc"
Pomus and Mort Shulfan, both
in their early twenties and both
from Brooklyn,
t
They've collaborated on two hite
"Turn Me Loose' and "Teenaga
Love," and may have five songe
in the Top Ten before the Summer
is over.
The producer of John Cissa Cissa-vetes'
vetes' Cissa-vetes' upcoming TV series, "John
ny Staccato," recently showed the
pilot for a group of New York
script writers. The. setting is a
Greenwich Village Jazx spot and
a great deal of to-do was made
about the value of local color and
an authentic New York flovor.
So where is the series being film filmed?
ed? filmed? In Hollywood!
New Spanish Class
In Conversation
Starting At JWB
A new class In Conversational
Spanish for servicemen and their
dependents will begin on Mon Mon-day,
day, Mon-day, June 1, at T:30 p.m. at the
USO-JWB Armed Forces Service
Center in Balboa.
The class, under the direction
of Claudette de Vlllafranca, will
emphasize conversation and will -utilize
the direct method to1 ob obtain
tain obtain the fastest Results possible.
Miss Villafranca, a .Unified
States .citizen, was born, in CoVta
Rica and educated in the United
States and; in Europe,. Her B A.
degree ..was obtained -from Mills
College in California and she did
postgrMwte .work! .-.at ..hotH, Chi,
cago "university iid 1 tf Berke Berke-ley
ley Berke-ley University prior to her com completing
pleting completing her studies for her M.A.
at Middleburg College in Ver Ver-niont.
niont. Ver-niont. Further work on a grad graduate
uate graduate level was accomplished at
the University of Madrid during
1952-553.
f
Miss Vlllafranca continued her
studies. concentrating in the
field of nursing, at Catholic Uni University
versity University in Washington, D.C.,
where she received her master's
degree in Nursing Education. She
is presently employed as regis registered
tered registered nurse at, Gorgas Hospital
in the Canal Zone.-
Registration for this new class,
for which there is no charge, will
begin immediately and terminate
upon the inauguration of the
course on June 1. To register,
Please telephone the USO-JWB Jit
Balboa 1072, or call in person at
th eUSO-JWB Armed forces
Service Center, La Boca Road,
Balboa,
AVOID
DIAPER RASH
Dpn't Jet your
baby suffer,
from damp
diapers. After
very diaper
change, use
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irounTrEtn EFFORTS COMMENDED.Two employes of the U.
chief of Special Services. .,
cording to Lt. Dol. B. W. Where, 'CAYttn4; and the "Cornbread
lanhns,d comedy tatm of spe R
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The first appearance will be at c., lir Mali" t
left, and Charles A. Belle, right, tetelve letters of appreciation
a benefit performance for the 'Fort Cisytos
tir...sr.le.:. Wilbur E. H d of r A ,..
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from Capt. Malcolm A. Norton for their assistance at the recent an Fe t
Boy Scouts at the Balboa Mellor ...n"'",:u 4,-
el eon ulayton- ,',
ft (Dint act will be Pic Jer- .
Safety Field Day observance of the Pedro Miguel Civic Council. ,
1 I The men, emtployed es drivers with the Corozal Mtor Pool, vet- at 8 ILm. tonight. Then thi unit 4,7, watmilleY
Untstered ta take charge of the usARCARIB safety exhibit at will appear at the Fort Gulick
the field day observance. Theirinterest in the project, technical T
Proficiency' in outlining the exhibit and courtesy to all spectators heater Sunday night at 7 o',,clook. eme" ihs BIllb" Thaatal
Other epheduled performances is.
the ivi Council as well as b the MAR., elude: Rio Hato, 8:30 .m. Mott.' -- lYl--- mItal,14
wets commended by C is p
CLIMB safety director. Felix is a resident of Perlis') and Belle nalr, Rodman Navel 'Station dames Pettison Of CFN will nq COSTA RICA-The Isthmian delegation of Lion, froM ill ever Panama and the Canal Zone
per- are shown on their arrival at El Coco AirOort in San Jose. Costa Rica, following a pleasant trip
f;arred"erill or till 7i" Arin"OtecHillinstrriicreto fegntioSnuoirLiglycaluitts3411.171Tin11:101411filtratilltorlit)e"
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Hoorde, Manager of Balboa Express with the eeoperation of Manuel (intake, Manager of the
Panama office et LACS& G .... -,7
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Fort Kobbe Theater, 8 p.m. Wed Wedmakes
makes Wedmakes his home lit 2005 Mariano Arosemena 'Street. Panama Theater, 7:30 'p.m. Ttteattill Denver Minister
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" nesday and Jedwin Hall, Fart
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' Clayton, 7 p m, Thursday
pint in. Is Higheslltanking US Comm' rce Chamber Would PREDIsITDCT0Sm AJIJOICATION
PI) ng Bau Baudouin
douin Baudouin of Beigium will abdicate 1 BUT ,-
,Flonda State Summer Program The roster' of telent a
in the show include' "Tne Lot!' within a few months, the Sunday I.;
,tio , niks," Sp5 Joel T. Daly, and the Presbyterian In US Give Atom Control To States ,,,
,
. Dispatch columnist Bromley Ab Ab,
, Ab, , team tagararLa"The illeatiiikir tre bo dieted yesterday.
s, Atthlte
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- pi and $
For Armed. Forces- tarts Soon is,,HRel'ir,; ac,unbefartincirriLdcyk.
....0 ment V. Corbo Jr. all of t ' 79th
Mm at, 1DND A
IAN POLIS, Ind. (UPI) --
g4 A lover Minister,- who once con-t
ducted funeral send es I Preel
y Band. Thompson Will not.be d Et -h es -their i 1
ent sen ewer s a er- n- aw, ------- o said the young Xing
would abdicate in favor of his
br other Albert, who recently an anWASHINGTON,
WASHINGTON, anWASHINGTON, May 22 (UPI)- clear wastes, and disposal of flounced his engarment to the
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce such wastes at sea.
nation's. itotld Congress today that author- -The handli Italia ri Princess Paolo Ruffo. BEFoRE !I .1:,
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: rirgt term classes of the sum- completion of all admission re- -,, teclay took' over is the ng of "quanti,les Baudouin is a bachelor.
nier semester of the Iri or i d a quirementa 7 highest ranking Presbyterian. y to regulate virtually all peace- of nuclear materials suffient to He slid that ,many Belgians
time atomic energy activities produce a dangerous reaction." were cemplaining that they bad
.
But Dr. Arthur Miller', first YOU
State University program for the The cost for Army personnel Lafayette Shocked should be transferred to the
little contact with their monarch.
armed forces hi the Canal Zone
is $13-50 plus a $5 fee on the r t i day in office wis marred by dis.
, closure of a racial incident in- The committee'e hearings be- who is nw touring the United 1 :
will begin JUJU 8 through JUnt first registration only. To civi. I IA num' 11111
, 16. li ns and those Navy personnel 'raw virgilumna,.. .. VOIVin a No ro minister and an William A. McAdams, acting gan Tuesday. Model stete bills states.
g) Registration is scheduled on the- -a . exc vs n ans s e u
, lust 1 d! poll 1 b al spokesman for the Chamber, prepared pri far Would grant on- They were also worfied by King
States. .
BUY ,
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not eligible for tuition assistance, said such a transfer would pro- IY limited authority to the local Baoudouin's reluctance te cheese
Atlantic side for Juno 9 at Buil' d dthe
the dthe cost will be $36 plus a $5 fee B C
y razed 116gre A speltesman for-the 171st Gen- Its2i1 a ife, the coluninist reported.
,
' ing 400, Fort Gulick, from 2 to
on the first registration only. All eublic hoaLh Red also governmen I.
4:30 p.m. and 6 to 11 pan. On the end Asilinibly te the United Pres- would help the etomic energy in- ,
text book' for students are ex, -4
byte Church in the U. S. A. dustry groW.
Pacific side registration may be
tre.
LAFAYETTE, La. (t1211-,t-Thie said the Colembia Club refused His remark!' were made in a E,,,
Made as follows: At the 1r or t
Army personnel must present e ...for that clean, fresh fe'eling BE su R
Kobbe Education Center, Building .tt clil was shocked, anseal end Monday to honor the reservation statement prepared for the toint
, an approved reouest for tui on puzzled .oday over the lig 'of of- the get Dr. Jesse Barber, a congressional itomic commi tee .,
71, June 8; at the Adininistra
assistance DA Form 2171-at the AROUND-Mg CLOCK
tion Building Rotunda, Panama ti f ti; r' i tr ti n For a white wilmati and' teal, pollee- Negro delegate from New York. which 'has been holding hearin,gs ,,..,...., 0,,,,, ..,-,t ,,,,, ;
Canal Compeny, Balboa Heights, me o 4 eir eg s a o mu men by a b.rserk 'Negro. Sixty other delegates to the as- On federal-state responsibility in b ,(::.:.; 1. r-- s i '.,, you,RE,
available at all education
are 4
June g and at the Albrook Edu Educenters
centers Educenters and may be obtained The Negro was killed in a gun- sembly left the eltib when Dr, the nuclear and radiation fields. .
, Lim -. A..., ...00,11111. '.
cation Center on June 10 from 9 .. battle with police Wednesday af- Barber's reservation Was cancel- v,: 1, cow wry -:;r4 ,': If; ,..1 .,,,,..,,.0,., .. l-,.
from AG Publicationx arid rec- McAdams, an official of Gen- ...,,,
to 12 noon and 1 to 4 p.m; tor the officers and the woman led, the spokesman said. ,, ::.,A ; ..,
e All military personnel who 13rda died. Two other officers were era! Electric Co. and a member
. of the notional committee on ra- 1::;', 615 ,, .1 I11'
have been graduated from high wounded; Dr. Barber, a former football .. .with exclusive i ,-, il
FREIGHTER EXPLODES dietion protection, said the states
, w
GETTING !t.
- ) school, or who have a high school'
equivalency certificate are eligi eligible
ble eligible to enroll. Ain eligible to en enroll
roll enroll are all citizen' cot the 'United
' HOBART, Tasmania (UPD-A
coastal freighter exploded send.,
burned. eight' miles off shore y a
terda killin one man.
States-Who meet the eduestional Y, g
requirements'. ',, la,Myu.rs,., Paul Due:77e, about 50, star at Lincoln University and a
flrst toiadsi:,from the Negro's shot. member of Alui Department ;of
t watt Al ,be l'uYied-lo DW0,'. rtlielism of the',chtv h's togr'' d
..., '' ,71,;'' -' or Notionil Minions, tvould Say
Police S t. Leroy Kin who only that "it's not an individual
' The other 10 'neither' of the 1 $ could take ever most regulatery ,Suner AT 7 which
activiles including' the' 'nuance --- ':!:,t-, ,-,. '4,''''!;'.';;...,,. '4:44". .; .-i'''2 11
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of licenses now granted by the eliminates the awn L ,
Atomic Energy Comeission. Near Nearly
ly Nearly 5,000 license' are in force. of body odor. -
In three' i
'-:. All classes begin ak Al: 30 ,end crew of the a g lyth
I ei hter B e with Capt. Harold Abadle was matter."
shot down while trying to arrest
Hie said, however, that the fed- beautiful decorator colors! Four 'Doors
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end at fl:10 tvio .oights, week. Star escaped in a lifeboat.
The courses on, the Atlailtie The ship sank rapidly. 4o.year-old Negro jutt dealer Joe D. It, Wilson, manager of the
goverment should retain au- , et
Victor, also was to e buried te, Columbia Club, refuted to gpeak era
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r,k, gide, are Weneral biology' (modi- day. Funeral errangements were with recorters.. lhority in the following matters:
Y TO104 -Atontie reap.or safety mea meat
t meat fled) and nrineiplee of economics, TARO S H "A American t-,,,4
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V, on tuesay end 'rhorlifillY, pat VINDON (,1117)-Russia'; ide
tp,r ine.iompletefor 7., hadlei.,litid ,Vic- Dr. Miller, nester of the Mont Mont;
; Mont; view Bollevard Church in Denver, Intrea'-' -, ,
-Transportation of nuclear ma- ,'EtWI'll'i 0- t? f 1,1: , -- S
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,
,, titbit Gellek,',,totirsia offered14'' nia 6f 7..the,' iiirtesYs, 10TI.I104 je air 'An r
Loon terials in interstate commerce. it 2 ' ,. toe g 4
' f,k the, Pacific side; are princieles of liner, bas arrieed here on ite .,,atty oied.rais4 d;rve 'was under was elected- moderetor Wednesday
w for the families oi, ihe two on the first ballot by nearly u' A I. I. Type 7
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i econemics, Monday and Wednex. first commercial flight from Mos Mosofficers,
officers, Mosofficers, Mayer Jero tn. delegates attending the first day -Construction and operation of
day, at Fort Kobbe; western ci- cw. It was 73 minutes late. et the eight-cise Geneell Assembly. federel facilities.
"tux told United Prose Interne- -., ( I.C'el 'i
ei vilization and educational psycho- A Soviet al r 1 I n e anokesnian me Dom
lional The mayor said residents He succeeds Dr. 'Theophilus -rLarge-scale disponi of nu- Gear-Shift
. logy on Tuesday and Thursday blamed the delay on "slight tech- Mills Talor of Pittsburgh.
were s o c e an angered.
h k d d : (- r61 r'irI OUT DOORS 4
44 4 at-Iron Clayton; U. S. cliploma- nical trouble" whic,h developed
Other!! including none -were CONRAD AT AZORES' t, c' i'',.)
tic history' on M o is d a y and during the Mescow 'to Copenha- --i - ,,- Dr..Miller, 811, a native of Geet- LISBON L,:,., 4: 4,
Puzzler'. (UPII-Flying grand grandWednesday
Wednesday grandWednesday at Fort Clayton; gen- gen leg. In was. graduated
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Were unewere ingavilie d dad Max Coneed landed his' Pi- i 4
tree psychology, Monday and The jet and ite, 14 passengers .. ICI( and Abadtel m
D from,Indiana University Ttif 1922 (1,,ei'; ,411,-)
', per Cemanche at Santa Maria, I. 1111, Modern ; t
Wednesday and Oublic finance, were an hour late leaving a De- tne egro haditt led nit. hili hiliand
and hiliand htilds ,a degree from cCor -ew ii it,,,,,,,, 1
Azores, early yesterday the Santa --t'f Ily-.-!
Tuteday lied Thiirsday at Al- nigh air field and ren another 13 Mime when theY went, 0 I mick SOMInery. He. is 0 grand-
Marie Information Service re- t , ....., 4
bronk. minutes booed en route to Lon- tWo-room frame shanty te clues cluesfather
father cluesfather of six and one son Dr e".,,,
OVOS Ventilation
Ali courses carry three 'hours don. The TU104s normally carry lien him about another matter. wittiam Let miller, is s 'vet; -ported. N 41;.)
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of fully transferable credit upon about 50 passengers. Mr. and Mrs, DucharMe previetia University divinit f
y pro user. No information was immediate- m
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mon .. 44.""!". ' V ly hed trouble with the Negro ly available as to when he would go rty
over the parking of bis itInit resume his flight, or what his 000lteeeeeee
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illet sa e once ,, 2
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r' t i''' hinched with President Eisen; )
e 2) After killine tht. womail,14toe bolo end ,4, said "Conrad has gone to bed' and
conuucted funeral ser. 7- I
returned to his own house' two Is sleeping at present."
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,,-5W' night. His original destination --..
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grade sch el b o hie attended a smeller Presbyterian ,
,,1:V "- but the fled whe t e sa he
y n b Y w church when visiting Denver. was either Paris or Frankfurt. , ,
had a' rope in his hands.
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reported Thursday.
dilring the barrage of bul tots end 1 Year-to-ditto output' of soft coal
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VOLUNTEER EFFORTS COMMENDED.Two employes of the U.
S. Army Caribbean Transportation Section. Warnifird D. Felix.
left, and Charles A. Belle, right, getelve letters of appreciation
from Capt. Malcolm A. Norton for their assistance at the recent
Safety Field Bay observance of the Pedro Miguel Civic Council.
The men, employed as drivers with the Corozal Motor Pool, vol volUnt4ered
Unt4ered volUnt4ered to take charge of the USARCARIB safety exhibit at
the field day observance. Thlr 'Interest in the project, technical
broficiencY in outlining the exhibit and courtesy to all spectators
wore commended by the Civic Council as well as by the USAR
CARES safety director. Felix is a resident of persist) and Belle
makes his home 'at 11005 Mariano Arosemena street. Panama
City. (US Army Photo) 1

Flo.rida State Summer Program
For Armed Forces- Starts Soon

6--.- 0
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: First term classes of the sum summer
mer summer semester of the or ida
State University program for the
armed forces in the Canal Zone
will begin Jim 9 through June
16.
Registration is, scheduled on the
Atlantic aide for June 9 at Build Building
ing Building 400, Fort Gulick, from 2 to
4:30 p.m. and 6 to 11 pan. On the
Pacific side registration may be
Made as follows: At the Fort
Kobbe Education Center, Building
'IL June 6; at the Adininistra Adininistration
tion Adininistration Building Rotunda, Panama
Canal Compeny, Balboa Heights,
June g and at the Albrook Edu Education
cation Education Center on June 10 from 9
to 12 noon and 1 to 4 p.m.-
All Anilitary personnel who
have been graduated from high
school, or who have a high school
equivalency certificate are eligi eligible
ble eligible to enroll. Alan eligible to en enroll
roll enroll are all citizens it the, 'United
States .Whe meet the edueational
requirements'.
All classes begin ak :6:30 ,end
end at li:10 Iwo nights, week.
The courses on, the Mettle
Me, are general blology (modi (modifled)
fled) (modifled) and prinCiple" of economics,
on tuesay and Thuredey at
Fre offered'hit'
the Pacific side; are nrinciales of
economics, Monday and Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, at Fort Kobbe; western ci
vilization and educational psycho psychology
logy psychology on Tuesday and Thursday
st Fort Clayton; U. S. .cliploma .cliplomatic
tic .cliplomatic historyl on Monday and
Wednesday at Fort Clayton; gen general'
eral' general' psychology, Monday and
Wednesday and public finance,
Tuesday and Thursday at Al Albronk.
bronk. Albronk. All courses carry Ihree lours
ef fully transferable credit upon
,.,

KENNETH IL BRA'EHWAITE receives a certificate of member membership
ship membership in the "506-Hour Club" from. Capt. Charles B. Williams,
officer in charge of the Atlantic operations Quarter Quartermaster
master Quartermaster Section, Fort Gulick. lIrthwalte, a leader stockman
with the Quartettnaster's laterah dittribution sectign, makes
bir hoMe at (1098, 7th and AtiutdOr truerrero Street, Colon.
The u.S. Army Caribbeen civilian emnioye has la years of
government servine,--(U.S, Army PbotO)
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W,,MERmgeft
completion of all admission re requirements.
quirements. requirements. The cost for Army personnel
is $13.50 plus a $5 fee on the
first registration only. To civi civiLam
Lam civiLam and those Navy personnel
not eligible for tuition assistance.
the cost Will be $36 plus a $5 fee
on the first registration only. All
text books for students are ex,-
tat.
Army personnel must present
an approved reouest for tuition
assistance, DA ,Form 21.71.-st the
time of their registration. Forms
are available at all education
centers and may be obtained
from AG Publications and rec records.
ords. records. FREIGHTER EXPLODES
HOBART, Tasmania (UPDA
coastal freighter exploded and
burned eight' miles off shore yes.
terday,. one man.
The other 10 members of the
crew of the freighter Blythe
Star escaped in a lifeboat.
Th ship sank rapidly.
TARDY TUI04
LOND(111 (UMRussia's pride
6t 'Atte: altd,01,' 111104 let' air,
liner, bas arrived here on its
first commercial flight from Mos Moscow.
cow. Moscow. It was 73 minutes late.
A Soviet airline anokesman
blamed the delay on "slight tech technical
nical technical trouble" whicsh developed
during the Moscow 'to Copenha
gen leg.
Tha jet and Its 14 passengers
were an hour late leaving a Da Danish
nish Danish air field and ran another 11
minuteg heh,nd en route to Lom
don. The TI.J104s normally carry
about 50 passengers.
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PASSENGER SERVICES
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A top dancing due from the An Antilles
tilles Antilles Commend and $ mallet
from Fort Amaderhava been &d &died
ied &died .0 the U. S. Army Caribbean
representatives who, wm comwe
in the All-Army estartainment
contest finals at Fort BeiVotr
next month4 '-
Because of the high caliber, of
talent displayed by MARCUM
entrants in ,this yearl, toatest,
permission was given. go. include
two other acts. Pfc. Charles I,
Son and Sp4 Ronald R. Cowls
made up the tap am chosen In
the specialty grou non-musical
tl
category, and tre Thompson,
baritone, will participate in the
vocal sollat group.
Three of the winning acts and
other talent which took part' is
the local finals will tour the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus during the coming week,. le.
cording to Lt. Dol. B. W. Eaters.
chief of Special Servioes.
Tha first appearance will be at
a benefit performance for the
I3oy Scouts at the Balboa Mello
at 8 p.m. tonight. Then this; unit
will appear at the Fort Gulick'
Theater Sunday night at ? o',clotit.
Other scheduled performances is isduds:
duds: isduds: Rio Hato, 810 'p.m. M00-1
day, Rodman Null 'Station
Theater, 7:30 'p.m. Tuesday;
Fort Kobbe Theater, 8 p.m. Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday and Jadwin Hall, tart
Clayton, I p.m. Thursday.
The roster of telent 40plarinir
in the show inducing "The Beat-1
nika," Sp5 Joel T. Daly, and the
team tap act. "The Bea:Dike" are
Sp4 Richard Lane, Pfc Fredegick
S. Heeter, Pfc. Martin F. Ray,
Pfc. John Chalupt and 604 Cit.
ment V. Corbo Jr. all of the' Iiit4
Army Band. Thompson Will nol,be
Lafayette Shocked,
Irate Over 1011114
By Crazed negro
LAFAYETTE, La. (1.421)---This
city was shocked, angered and
puzzled .oday over the killing of
a white Oman and' We pollee polleemen
men polleemen by a bxserk 'Negro.
The Negro was klled in a gun gunbattle
battle gunbattle with police Wednesday at--
ter the officers and the woman
died. Two other officers were
wounded.
Mrs. Paul Ducharme, about 50,
first to die from the Negro's shot shotgun
gun shotgun blasts, wall ,ba 1'
day. '
Police Sgt. Leroy King, who
with Capt. Harold Abed le was
shot down while trying to arrest
40-year-old Negro juit dealer Joe
Victor, also was to e buried tO tOday.
day. tOday. Funeral errangements were
incomplets for Ahadie, and Nic Nictor..
tor.. Nictor.. Noir 44'1 1
A fund-raising drive. was under
Osy for the families of ihe two
officers, Mayer Jerome Domen Domengain
gain Domengain told United Pros. Interna International.
tional. International. The mayor said resident.
were shocked and angered.
Others, including pollee, were
puzzled.
King and Abadie were unawore
the Negro had killed Mrs. Du Ducharme
charme Ducharme when they went to his
two-room frame shanty to guy,-
tion him abou', another matter.
Mr. and Mrs, Ducharme previOna
ly had trouble with the Negro
over the parking of his It
In ,front of their .hou4e. or .0-
Atter killing the' womei, -Yleot1
returned to his own house' two
doors away. He pilled two White
grad school boys in'o hie house,
but they fled when they saw he
had a' rope in his hands.
The boys, Jimmy Rogers, 10,
and Wilson Langlinais, 9, and 7,
year-old Wanda Sue Leblanc who
was with them ,at the Hmetold
their' school princinel oi the in incident.
cident. incident. Wanda Sue's mo ther
called police.
King and Abadie answered the
call. and were slain by the Ne Negro's
gro's Negro's shotgun blasts as they
stenbed onto his front porch.
The frame shanty caught fire,
dering Uie barrage of bullots end
Itictor's charred body with nine
bullet hole; in it wax found when
the names ware extinguihed

s GREAT WHITE FLEET
New Orleans Service Sall 1, Arrives
Cristobal
sMORAZAN May 11 May 23
sliTLUA May 22 May, 30
:ITIAOLIZAN May 3$ g
June d June 13
MIA ; June 13 ;one te
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JUNIOR .f Miff 11 '117 14
!COMATAGIJA May 24 May 31
9PRA BERLANGA: June ,2 June 7
ESCULTA laao 11 Juno 14
IAN J0212 ,., Arno le Jana 21
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ITXITA ,' Evsri UV' Days

Weekly sailinta of twelve pasunger ships to NeT
York, New ,Oriesns, Los'Angeles, San Francisco
- and Seattle'

SIICIAlt ROUND -TRIII,IPASSENGER FARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
To Now Tont and Itturn PILO
To San nonfat,. tinttop Seattle ant Return MOM

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Voialist Added
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Of Entertainer-s
part of the,touring show,. since
he erns b in the ILL, compet competing
ing competing in the Army trile for the
Pan-American Gamcs.
,Others On the. progrant are tbe
two vocal group, "The Bel deers,
first place, winners from Fort Koh Kohbe,
be, Kohbe, and Ms Naturals," Tort
Claytaii, runners-up in thir ells,
in- the USARCARIB FINALS, Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy Heywood and the Two Cut CutUps,
Ups, CutUps, Who .tOoped the musical spit.
daily -group Mess in the USAft USAftCARIB
CARIB USAftCARIB contest end also placed
third la the recorded neatest in
the country and wesetru group
elitist SO Harry Oh of Fort Gu Gulick,
lick, Gulick, also saxophonist; Plc Al
been, piano-vocal act; the eco-.
medy team of Rt. JameS R. Sim Simeon
eon Simeon suit Pfc. Psul J. Bulls of
Headquarters Battery, 4th Gun
Battalion, '117th 'Artillery, Fort
'Clayton; snd the "Cornbread
Twins," comedy tom of Sp4
Richard Massie of 'Fort Claytoo
and Pfc. Wilbur E. Hand of Fort
Davis. GUset act, will be Pfc. Jerl
ry amity of Fort Clayton.
ICUS Pattison CFN
emcee the BalhOs Theater per performanee
formanee performanee snd the 71th Army
Band will provide muide,
Denver Minister
Is Highest, Ranking
Presbyterian in US
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UPI)
A Denver Minister,- who once con conducted
ducted conducted funeral eervices for Presi Presidtnt
dtnt Presidtnt Eisenhower's father-in-law,.
today took' over is the nation's
highest rinldng Presbyterian.
But Dr. Arthur Miller', first
day in office wits marred by dis disclosure
closure disclosure of a racial incident
volving a Negro minister and anl
exclusive Indianapolis club.
A speltesman for-the inst Gen General
eral General Asiernbly to the United Pres Presbyte
byte Presbyte Church in the U. S. A.
said the Columbia Club refused
Monday to honor the reservation
of. the Rev. Dr. Jesse Berber, e
Negro delegate from New York.
Sixty other delegates to the as.
sembly left the club when Dr.
Barber's reservation was cancel cancelled,
led, cancelled, the spokesman said,.
Dr. Barber, a former football
star at Lincoln University and a
member of Mit Department,,,,;of
Mnitelism of the,chty'li's Botrd
or National Minions, would Say
only that "it's not an indivklual
matter."
D. R. Wilson, manager of the
Columbia Club, refund to gpeak
with renorters.
Dr. Miller, neater of the Mont Montview
view Montview Boilevard Church in Denver,
was elected moderator Wednesday
on the first ballot by nearly 1,0011
delegates attending the first daY
ef the eight-cleY Generil Assembly.
He succeeds Dr. 'Theophilus
Mills Talor of Pittsburgh.
Dr. Miller, Sil, a native of Geet,
ingsville, Ind.,. was, graduated
from ,,Indiana University ip, 192Z
and helds .a degree,from McCor McCorMick
Mick McCorMick Seminary. He is grand grandfather
father grandfather of six and one son, Dr.
William Let miller, is a Yale
University divinity professor.
- Millet said be once,
lunched with President Eisen EisenhOwer
hOwer EisenhOwer and conducted funeral ser
vicee for the Preiderit'l fatherin-law,
although the Eisenhower'
ettended a smeller Presbyterian
church when visiting Denver.
Cool Output Falls
WASHINGTON (UPI) U. S.
bituminous coal output fell to 8,-
195,000 tons in the week ended
May 16 from 8,405,000 tons the
prior week and compared with 7.-
318,000 tone in the same week
last year,the National Coal Assn.
reported Thursday.
Year-to-tilde output of soft coal
ipprOximated 155,720,000 tons
gainst 148,603,000 tons in the sim simlar
lar simlar period of 1958.

FRUIT COMPANY

SalJe Arrives
Cristobal
Maty 11 .May 24
May 14 May 31
June 11 Jane 7
luso 11 Juno 14
Jima le Jana 21
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IN COSTA RICATho Isthmian delegation of Lion, from over Panama and tho Canal ZOnt
are shown on their arrival at El Coco Airport In San IGO. Costa Rica, following a pleasant trip
aboard luxurious LACSA Silver Connir 310. The Isthmian Lions aro in Costa Rica attending
the Ilith District Convention of Lions Clubs. Arrangentents for the trip Inn made by Carlos Van
Hoordo, Manager of Balboa Bunyan with the eeoperation of Manuel Grajales, Manager of the
Panama office of LAM

US Commerce Chamber Would
Give Atom Control To States

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WASHINGTON, May 22 (UPI)
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce
told Congress today that author authority
ity authority to regulate virtually all peace peacetime
time peacetime atomic energy activities
should be transferred to the
States.
William A. McAdams, acting
as spokesman for the Chamber,
Isla such a transfer would pro promote
mote promote public health and also
would help the atomic energy in industry
dustry industry groW.
His remarks were made in a
statement prepared for the pint
congressional atomic commt tee
which 'has been holding hearings
on federal-state responsibility in
the nuclear and radiation fields.
McAdams, an official of Gen General
eral General Electric Co. and a member
of the notional committee on ra radiation
diation radiation protection, said the states
could take over most regulatory
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lipOpep Four-Game Series
Against Orioles Tonight

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By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, May 22 (UPI) There's no time
, like the present if the Yankees want to prove they're
still alive and kickin'.

' TheY111 have Bill 8 kowro n,
their 'best hitter so far this sea sea'
' sea' 11011, bats in the lineup when they
open a four-game series with the
Baltimore Orioles tonight. And
; they're sending World Series he he,r0
,r0 he,r0 Bob Turley to the mound to
try to pitch them out of last
place.
But. their work is cut out for
, trnem because manager Paul Rich Richlards
lards Richlards is countering with flutter flutterball
ball flutterball pitcher Hoyt Wilhelm, who
pitched a no-hitter against the
Yankees last season and bested
them, 3-2, on April 26. Wilhelm,
, whose dancing knuckleballs have
been the despair of American
League hitters, has a perfect 5-
1 record this year.

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On the Screen 6:15 Sz 9 p.m.
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Snhu and The Magic Ring"

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Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
"Full Of Life"

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Esther Williams
Jett Chandler
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Dorothy McGuire
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Paul Hampton
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Tne Yankoos 'won't accustom.
od to playing crucial serlos a.
gaisst the Orioles but, thon
things are differunt in a lot of
ways for ths perennial world
champions this yoar. no O.
riolos, only 212 games out of
first OISC. with 20-15 rucord,
re von hinting thuy could
wind up in the World Surios.

The Yankees need more thas
a victory of their own to move
out of the cellar. The Cleveland
Indians must also beat the De Detroit
troit Detroit Tigers, who knocked the
Yankees into last place with L
13-6 walloping on Wednesday and
have won 11 of 16 games .sisce
Jimmy Dykes succeeded Bill
Norman.
Turley hasn't won a game,
since May 5 when he pitched
sensational relief effort against
Kansas City but his 3-4 record is
not a true line on his effective effectiveness.
ness. effectiveness. The Yankees will be seek seeking
ing seeking to come out of a coma dur during
ing during which they've dropped their
last three straight, six out of
seven, seven of 10 and 16 out
of 22.
The Yankees were idle along
with most other teams yesterday
but the Pittsburgh Pirates, Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia Phil lies and Boston Red
Sox all used the day "to get
well."
The Pir a t e smarting under
criticism 133 ,Inanagr D a nn y
Murtaugh, beat the 'St. Louis
Cardinals, 7-2, the Phillies snap snapped
ped snapped an ,eight-game losing streak
with a 3-0 decision over the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago Cubs and the Red Sox scor scored
ed scored their second win in nine games
when they downed the Athletics,
5-0.
Harvey Haddix struck out sev seven
en seven and yielded 10 hits as he rais raised
ed raised his record against his ex-Cardinal
teammates to 9-4 and his
season mark tc 312. The Pirates
routed Lindy McDaniel with three
runs in the first inning and west
on to pile up 12 hits, inctuding
three each by Bill Virdon and
Don Hoak. Gino Cimpli Gene
Green and Chick King haf) two
hits each for. -St. Louis.

Ruben Gomel tossed a four fourhitter
hitter fourhitter to win his first gams
of the season for the last-place
Phillies who broke scoreless
tif in the eighth inning with
hvo runs &gains, Bob Ander Anderson.
son. Anderson. ,,,v4,-
WillIttStos' single, George An Andersonla
dersonla Andersonla doOle, a sacrifice ily,
an infieldhit and another sacri sacrifice
fice sacrifice fly rpodueed Ilse runs. Gomez,
who svalked one and struck out
three, retired the last 13 Cubs is
order.
Dick Gernert, Jackie Jensen
anr Jim Busby hit homers that
accounted foi- all the Red Sox'
runs. Tom Brewer was well on
his way to a shutout when he
left the game with a sore pitch pitching
ing pitching hand in the eighth inning and
Leo Kiely finished up. Brewer
was hit on,thef right hand by a
liner off Rai.' Boone's bat. Ned
Garver suffered his second set
hack for Kansas City.

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Big Leagues
Open Door For
3rd Major Loop

By BOB GRIMM
COLUMBUS, Ohio (UPI) The
major leagues yesterday opened
the door tor a third major base baseball
ball baseball league.
Baseball Commissioner Ford C.
Frick announced that the majors
would "favorably consider" plans
for a third league if eight teams
in cities with half-a-million popu population
lation population or more could get together
to form the league. They would
have to have a stadium seating
at least 25,000 persons.
Frick also announced there was
a possibility of a second big bigleague
league bigleague all-star game would he
played this year and that the ma majors
jors majors were going to give the minor
leagues $1,000,000 for juie in de developing
veloping developing their players.
The commissioner said there
was no plan to expand the Ameri Ameri'can
'can Ameri'can and National leagues which
are composed of eight teams
each, into a larger league.
Outlining Roquiromonts
Frick emphasized that there
was no consideration given to any
particular city or area in the dis discussion
cussion discussion of a third major league.,
Instead, he said the major league
officials were outlining the re requirements
quirements requirements for a third league.
A number of cities have indi indicated
cated indicated an interest in having ma major
jor major league teams..:,These Include
New York, which onee had three
major league teams but now has
only one, Minneapolis, and cities
in Florida, California, and other
states to name a few.
The major league officials said
that the eight cities in the pro proposed
posed proposed league must have a popula population
tion population larger than Cincinnati, of the
National League, the smallest ma major
jor major league city. Cincinnati's pop population
ulation population in the 1950 census was
508,998.
Following Surpriso Mooting
The announcement was made
following a surprise meeting of
the major league clubs. Frick or ordered
dered ordered the meeting Wednesday
afternoon at the end of a two-day
session of major and minor lea league
gue league representatives held to dis discuss
cuss discuss the televisiny of major
league games into minor league
areas.
Frick said that the major league
could not control the televis televising
ing televising of games into Minor league
territory because this could
violate the federal anti-trust laws.
"It?s not a matter of what we
would like to do," he said. "The
only answer is legislation by Congress."

Dark's OffSeason Job

CHICAGO. (1.1P1.)-- Veteran In Infielder
fielder Infielder Alvin Dark of the Chicago
Cubs sells oil-well drilling equip equipment
ment equipment in the off-season. He works
out of Fort Worth, Tex., covering
oil properties in Texas and Oklahoma.

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Rodman Club Championship
Tourney Reaches Semifinals

The men have been separated
from the boys and the Rodman
Golf Club this week will the
scene of some thrilling golf
matches as the semi-finalists vie
for tbe opportunity of compet competing
ing competing in the finals of the 1959 Club
Ch a mpionship.
In the past few weeks many
good matches were played as all
the contestamts fought to stay
alive but as usual the best men
won and tmless there are some
real upsets in the semi-finals this
week's matches shound show who
are the best golfers in each flight.
Pairings for the semi-final
matches, which must be copleted
by unday, May 24, are as follows:
Championship Flight
Annichariro vs Miller
Bell vs Ellis

First Flight
Wallace vs Hargett
'Wade vs Kaplan
Second F I ight
Boyd vs Still
Krise vs Sipe
The ladies are taking their time
.in playing theri 36 hole medal
play intaches and the outcome will
not be known until they have
all been completed. By next week

Today's Sp-ort
Parade

NEW YORK (UPI) The most
exciting new personality in the
major leagues today is a young
man who plays Aird base. like'
Pepper Martin (knock) and hits1
the ball the prodigious distance
of a Babe.Ruth (boost).
It is almost even more surpri surpriing
ing surpriing that he performs for the
Washington Senators. This is a
team irhich 91 the wnole masque masquerades
rades masquerades as a Major league outfit
and must be as surpriser as
everybody that it has tlung in the
vicinity of the .500 mark thus far.
One of the reasons has to lie
the aforementioned young man
named Harmon Kiellebrew.
This sturdy slugger of the
Ethyl poyer and the bullet-proof
chest has- become in Washington
of far more interes than the
state of chit) shots, the scanda scandalous
lous scandalous price of houses in Foggy Bot Bottom
tom Bottom or the fact the Indian per perpetually
petually perpetually ready to elijninate Capt.
John Smith in the National Wax
Museum is using the Vardon
overlapping grip on his war club.
Homers In Clusters
The answer Is that the six-foot,
195-pound Kilelbrew has been hit hitting
ting hitting home runs in grape-like
clusters. Enough of them so that
he currently paces the American
League. Even more surprising, he
is at the top of the circuit dn runs
batted in. Considering the fact
you can usually shoot a can cannon
non cannon thitugh the infield without
!hitting a Washington laaserun laaserunner
ner laaserunner this adds up to tremendous
production.
There is no attempt to sell the
customers the idea ne well be the
best fielding third baseman in the
league by this yea,r, or even next.
But when the "Killer" stops up
to the plate even the anti-Washington
fans who used to stay norne
in droves sit up and take notice
He has that soniething called
"color" and they're more sur surprised
prised surprised when he dosen't hit a home
run than when he does.

Senators Shell Out
The young man, who will be
23 next month, arrived with the
suddenness of a Army Jet deliv delivering
ering delivering a batch of new generals to
the Pentagon. lie was a cinch to
make it. The Senators paind him,
a $30,000 bonus in 1954, when ne
was a 17-year-old high school
graduate hitting .847 that's
right, .847in semi pro ball.
Even more surprising than such
an average is that, thew Senators
would part with 30,000 clams. Any Anybody
body Anybody knows they Nouldn't give
that much for Warren Spehn
with the Washington Monument
thrown in.
Kilievbrew sat disconsolately on
the bench for two years, vatting
out baseball's idiotic bunus rule.
Then, finally, they were able to
send him down to the minors for
the training he needed so des desperately.
perately. desperately. Breaking into the regular line lineup
up lineup this year, the "Killer" has
been nothing if not sensational.

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this column will be able to give
a good report on their progress.
The Rodman Golf Club' have
announced that in addition to
the completion el the club cham championship
pionship championship matches on Memorial
Day several events ire scheduled
for the membership and all mem members
bers members of the Composite Recreation
Fund.
At 9 o'clock.the course well be
opened to those wishing to parti participate
cipate participate in a flag tournament or
scotch foursome, for which a
nominal entrance fee will be
charged and beginning at 10 o'-
clock fre hot dogs, beer and Soda
will be served.,
At 1 o'clock Rodman's famous
pitching and putting contests
will begin with the wirmers and
runners up ,receiving Navy Relief
Raffle tickets as prizes. These two
contests have proven extremely
popular with the crowd and it is
anticipated that many more than
the usual duffers will be on haul
to tr for the Navy Relief Raffle
tickets.
From 2. p.m. to 3 p.m. coatails
will be served in the clubhouse
followed by a bpffet dinner and
the Tresentation of trophies to
the wInners of the club cham champtonship
ptonship champtonship and ringer tournamests.

Cricket Netkirs

ATLANTIC SI D 1

The top bowling and battiqg
averages in the recently conciud conciuded
ed conciuded season of the Atlantic Cricket
Leatue have been released as follows:

BOWLING
Playr 0 MR W Ans.
H. Mignott 48 6 120 24 5.0
R. Escalona 2912 10 76 14 5.6
J. Clauzel 100 28 271 31. 8.21
C. DeSouza 88 112 51 28 8.27
A. Campbell 64 5 201 20 10.1
G. Mannisg 89 22 262 25 101.2
J. King 22 0 99 9 11.0
M. Perch 27 4 123 10 12.3
Ks Griffith 71 19'204 15 13.9
A. Dennis 6812 10 210 15 14.0
R. Waterman 43 12 101 7 14.3
A. Cabey 34 6 134 9 14.8

BATTING

Play In. NO R Avg.
M. Grannuni 8 3 '219 41.4
J Xing 7 1 196 32 4
C .Collins 3 1 57 28.1
E. Belgrave 6 2 111 27.3
G Carringon 7 2 136 27.1
T. Reece 6 1 .129 25.4
S. Hewitt 6 2 292 23.0
N. Bensett 8 3 116 23.1
L. Best 5 2 68 22.2
P. Bowen, Jr. 7 1 125 20.5
J. Gittens 4 1 60 20.0
C. Niles 4 1 56 18.2
C. DeSouza 6 0 113 18.5
C. Groves 6 2 72 18.0
P. Bowen, Sr. 6 0 106 17.4
K. Griffith 7 1 102 17.1
G. Atherly 7 0 109 15.4
Highest individual score: E.

C .Collins 3 1 57 28.1
E. Be 'grave 6 2 111 27.3
G Carringon 7 2 136 27.1
T. Reece 6 1 .129 25.4
S. Hewitt 6 2 292 23.0
N. Bensett 8 3 116 23.1
L. Best 5 2 68 22.2
P. Bowen, Jr. 7 1 125 20.5
J. Gittens 4 1 60 20.0
C. Niles 4 1 56 18.2
C. DeSouza 6 0 113 18.s
c. Groves 6 2 72 18.0
P. Bowen, Sr. 6 0 106 17.4
K. Griffith 7 1 102 17.1
G. Atherly 7 0 109 15.4
Highest individual score: E.
Belgrave 68.
Most catches: S. Hew.itt 10.
Most times not out: M. Gran Grannum,
num, Grannum, H. Mignott, N. Bennett 3.

BRITISH CHAMP ARRIVES
NEW YORK (UPDDitlt Tiger,
British Enpire middleweight
champion, will arrive Friday- in
New York for his nationally tele televised
vised televised 10-rounder against Rory
Calhoun at Madison Spare Gar Garden
den Garden June 5.

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Since the Braves moved from
Boston to Milwaukee for the 1953
baseball season, they have aver averaged
aged averaged an attendance of 29,630 for
415 playing dates in six years.

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Many boxing fans on both, sides
of the Isthmus who have watch watched
ed watched US featherweight Ike Chest Chestnut
nut Chestnut work out 'over the last two.
days appe.ared convinced today
that the visitor has the goods to
probably give Panama 126-pound
champion Jesus Santamaria lus
first licking when the pair meets
Sunday night at the Colon Arena.
Chestnut sparred three rounds
against former 126-pound king
Chocolate II yesterday at the Na National
tional National Gym before a crowd es estimated
timated estimated at 1000 persons. Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday he went through a three threeround
round threeround drill at the Colon Arena.
,
, Chocolate proved to be fro
'hatch as sparring partner a.
gainst the workmanlike New
Yorker who shook him up re repeatedly
peatedly repeatedly with left labs although
visibly pulling punches at times.
The fighters and ,onlookers
voiced their disgust at the fact
that no ring had been set 'up,
thus forcing the boxers to work
out on the slippery gym floor.
Chestnut's trainer, Whitey Bims Bimstein,
tein, Bimstein, said he had planned to have
his fighter box four or five ,hcats
but he cut the ',drill short because
of the difficulty both boys had in
keeping firm footing.
National. Guardsmen had their
hands full keeping back a large
part of the crowd whlich swarmed
the floor bent ,on forming a close
ring around the boxers.
After taldng off the gloves
Chestnut. pounded, the heavy bag
'for. two rounds and then did sit sitting
ting sitting ure.exercises on the rubbing
table in his, dressing room ,belore
showering.

Thi Statesidor, vAw com complainod
plainod complainod of tho terrific heat,
weighod 131 pounds Wore tho
workout but dropped to 129
pounds by the time ha loft the
shower. The weight limit for
Sunday's match is 129 pounds.
Chestnut, christened Isaac, was
born in the state of Alabama 28
years ago but moved to New
York with his parents when he
was a baby. He stands five-six;
or about one and a half inches
shorter .than his opponent.
All he knows about Santama Santamaria,
ria, Santamaria, he said, is that the Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian is supposed to be "a plod.
strong boy." He is confident of
whipping the. unbeaten champ.
Ike was decisioned by Mexican
Ernesto Figueroa nearly three
weeks ago brexteo, but he ,and
his,lraintitttigittaltIwo !yitizi4tob !yitizi4tobbed."
bed." !yitizi4tobbed." -"The fighti was not even
close," Chestnut said, "but I hear
a foreigner just can't win in
Mexico, he added.
In oxplaining his loss to for formor
mor formor Panama featherweight
king Isidro Martinez in tho
States last, year, Chestnut said
he wasi confused and disgusted
with Isidro's southpaw switch
hitting style of fighting.
"I had no idea that Martinez
was a lefty until the fight start started,"
ed," started," he declared, "and I was
completely unprepared for tint
type of boxer. I was so confused
and disgusted I didn't know what
to do."
Several, months after beating
Chsetnnt, Martinez came home
to lose the crown by an 1th-round
TKO AO Santamaria at the Colon
Arena last June.

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Milwaukes 21 11 .656
San Francisco 19 16 .543 Ns
Chicago 20 18 .526 4
Los Angslas 20 18 .526 4
Cincinnati 18 17 .514 Ai
Pittsburgh 16 18 .471 6
St. Louis 14 21 .400 1112
Philadelphia 12 21 .364 912

National League

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Today's Games
Milwaukee at Philadelphia (N)
San Francisco at Los Angeles
(N)
St. Louis at Chicago
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (N)

Yesterday's Results
PhiladelpMa 000 000 021-3 T 0
Chicago 000 000 000-0 4 1
Gomez (1-2) and Hegan.
R. Anderson (2-3), Buzhardt
and S. Taylor.
(Night Game)
Pittsburgh 303 000 100T 12 0
St. Louis 000 020 000-2 10 2
Haddix (3-2) and Burgess.
McDaniel (2-5), W. Smith, Bro.
glio, Cheney and H. Smith.
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Abernathy Cops Pacific

Softball Chamiiionship

By GEORGE SINCLAIR

Second
Teems
Abernathy
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Jantzen
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Half Standiag
W Pct. 01)
19 16 3 .642
19 13 5 .722
19 10 9 .526 6
20 4 15 .211 12
20 4 16 .200 1212

Abernathy Unisport won the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific Softball League champion championship,
ship, championship, by defeating Jaiits'en Madii Madiiro,
ro, Madiiro, 7 to 2, behind the brilliant
pitching of Al Ausmus as he racked
up this 13th victory of the year
against two defeats.
Ausmus, with that blazing fast
ball of his fanned 14 Jantzen bat batters
ters batters to raise his total high to 173
strikeouts to lead that department.
Abernathy scored one in the'
first on Taht's base. on balls, adde4
two more is the second, three in
the 4th on free tickets to Taht and
Jones plus singles by Ausmus and
Girdleson.
Jantzen got one in the 3rd when
Gayer got an infield hit, went-to
second' on Riley's grounder and
later scored on Mead's smash to
left field. They added the final
run of the year hi the sixth on
Techterman's Texas League dou
hie, stole third and scored on Gir Girdleson's
dleson's Girdleson's wild throw.
De la Mater's crew got their 7th
and final run in the sixth on
Jones' infield hit, Ausinus !Circe of
Jones at second, Jones moving te
second and third on successive
wild pitches by Carratinf and later
scoring on Mead's' throw.
Carratini went the route for Jant
zen to be taliged with the loss and

Eddie Machen Gai
tio Glory In Victory
Over Ruben Vargas

By HAL WOOD ' 7
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SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) The
only thing ,oti, tap. today for heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight prospects Eddie Machen
and Reuben Vargas was a re rematch.
match. rematch. No hollering for a shot at Floyd
Patterson's world crown; nobody
even asking for Pete Radenac Radenacher.
her. Radenacher. Machen, 197 1-2, Won a 1.0round
decision over Vargas, 189 1,-2, in
a nationally televised-bout 71.,cd 71.,cdnestday
nestday 71.,cdnestday night that was supposed
to send one man or the other
clumbing up the fistic ladder.
Machen had, entered the bout as
the fifth ranked' challenger. Var Vargas
gas Vargas was unranked, but hi his .Iast
bout he decisioned Tony Anthony.
in New York.
When Wednesday right's bout
was over, neither man had cov covered
ered covered himself with!lloryal hough
' there W8gt, quad a blood letting.
And both claimedr after' the bout
that the other Wasn't "such ..a
much" as 'a puncher.
There were Do' knockdowns in
the, battle although Machen was
pushed to his knees in the third
and Vargat pifshed'AoWn. in 'the
fifth. Vargas. had the.edge through
the first few ;rounds, but Maehen
took command' In 'the later sessions
and consistently rocked Reuben's
head with sharplefts.
Vergas bled protuaely from the
nose and a above' his right
eye for the last three rounds.
Referc0 Verne Bybee had it 98-
95; judge .Iack DoyiPnery, 96-94:
judge Matt Zidich',- 97-95-all for
Machen. The United Press Inter,
national had it Machen 31..96.
Paid attendance at the match
was 11,172; Gross receits total totalled
led totalled $57,272.

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- American' Leaps ...J.
Timms W L Pot. GB
Cisvoland 21 11 456
Chicago 22 13 .629- 444,0-(
Baltimore 20 15 .571-2th"'
Kansas City 15 17 .46P-114 ,.
Washington 17 20 .459 6Ya :
Boston 14 19 .424 ,714,P
Dortoit 13 20 .394- 111Ja:77 A
Now York 12 19 .307 -VA- 1 IN-'
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Today's Games''. ta""
Detroit at Cleveland (N)
Chicago at Kansas City (111...,-:
New York at Baltimore ( )
Washington at Boston (N)

Yesterday's Resillts ;17
Kiansas City 000 000 000-0 1"..
Boston 100 001 03x-5 9 0.

Garver (8-2), Tomanek and
House. ,6 PS $$

kiouse. ,6 PS $$
Brewer (2-3), lady and Daley.
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Only game seneduled. .,1e,

Losing Pitcher
CHICAGO (UPI)Pitcher ;
Nabors treasured the one 'game 'gamehe
he 'gamehe won for the Philadelphle."
Athletics in 19113.' It was his only
victory as he lost 20 In a, zow.fp;
the A's that season.

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evened up his record at 12 wini
against 12 loses.
Ausmus, with 3 hits in trips,-
led the champions in-hitting Om. 0
On the losing side,,Mead, Tochter 0.
man, :Carr and tayer ac,counted.!,,,
for the Jantzen hits., ,,

Abersathy thaisports
the Pacific Ail Star team tomor
row morning at 9:,30 km, tO XIS
down-the curtain on Another site ,'
cessful softball season of the Pa.,
cific League. '',.-'"

cific ffague..
The box score:
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Mead, e 3 0 1- 1. -1' A
Carratini, p 3 0 0' -0 .31.:,..'
Nickisher, IV., 2b-313. 3 I 0 3
Tochtermati, lf 3 1 1 0, 0
nobble, 3b ..'t 2 0 0 0- 2944'
'Frazer, 2b 1'0000
Carr, rf 3 0 1 1 ,0
Gayer, lb 3 1 1 4' 3,
Kirklasd, ss 3 0 0 ,;.,2 ;
Riley, cf 2 0 tl 0 0
Totals 26 2 4 11 ,9,
.
Abernathy

Taht, ss 1 3 0 3
Jones, cf 2 1 1 .1;',,O,t 4
A. Ausmus, p 4 2 3 0 0
Girldeson, e 1 0 113 2
Chance, It 4 0 0, 0
Malene, Sb 3 0 0 '0-0
Hooper, rf 2 1 1 0- 0 4
Trout,' lb, 2 0 0 4 0'
De hi Mater, 2b I 0 0 3 I
Don Roberto 20000''
Scor by Innings
Jantzen 001 001 0-3 4- 4' t
Abernathy 120 301 x-7 41,. I -'

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PWGA Tournament
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Tomorrow Al Pa 'lam. 1,
By M. DALTON
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The regular monthly PVISA.4 '(
toursament will be held Saturney'
at the Panama Golf Club. Parings
and tee-off times are as follows:.."
Too No. 1

,
. 8:00Ginny Senn, Helen Steauti
pile, Bev Di Her.
8:07Kay Purdy, Pearl Tzioati44
Liz Weber: va
8:15Ethel Perantie, Ru .1
in Zia
Tortoricci, M
8:22Edith Mathieson, Helm 4
Owens, Margaret Dalton. t
, 8:30Dottie LaCroix, S. Nino, AP
muja, C. Huertemotte.
8:37Marion Mallory, Boliblo
Hughes, Joas Clare.
Too No. 10
8:00Phyllis Mansfield, Pat
Waring, Foy Frauenalem.
8:07Cleo Burns, Connie BishOptl.
Ruth Wallace.
8:15Jane Huldquist, B. J. NOW
son, Helen Sliker. mi tow! or
8:22Eve Monteath, Jean 'Sdillotegi
Van, Mebs AtIsnehmer. ":"krt,.
8:30Rosemarie De la Guardia. J;': 4,1)
Alexanrer, Wilma Riley. ,iAn
6:37E. Losg, E. Borgof,
Twomey. atm,.
The club representive, BeV Diltoe
er, has selected some outstandlogoSe
prizes and a large turnout is ex
peeted Saturday. Girls are remind
ed that som eeffort should be reltd11W
te follow the above schedule of .1 4
tee-off 'times and parings. 441"1'
All lady loiters are welcome tOo'01'
join PWGA and participate in,Olir,'...4.1.';44)
'Monthly tournaments. If you wisna
to play Saturday and have 'lint, 4
singed u, some on out anywar,:j
and parings will be arrangeplo 1. A
include you.

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14i NEW YORK, May 22 (UPI) There's no time By BOB GRIMM Tourney Reaches Semifinals days appeared convinced today
that the visitor has the goode to s'ess----.
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t. , like the present if the Yankees want to prove they're
. COLUMBUS, Ohio (UPI) The probably give' Panama 126-pound
National League American' Leagne .,..,a ...
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!,1' still alive and kickin'. major leagues yesterday opened 0 champion Jesus' Santamaria his
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, fust licking when the pais' meets -Nam . 1
. W L Pei GB Teams W L Pot. GB
; t the door for a third major base- 'Sunday night at the Colon Arena. milwageaa
Chicago
s; l Ther! have Bill II k o w r o n, Tne Yankees aren't accustom. ball league. The men have been separated this column will be able to give 21 11 .656 -. Cleveland
San Francisco 19 16 .543 -3112 Chicago 21 11 :356 .zo,-7'''
from the boys and the Rodman a good report on their progress. Chestnut sparred nine rounds
' :., their st hitter so far this sea- ed to playing crucial series a. Baseball Commissioner Ford. C. 22 13 .629. sat's, t
t -! son, back in the lineup when they gaisst the Orioles but, tMn Frick announced that the majors
scene of some thrilling golf announced that in addition to Chocolate II yesterday at the Na Nathings
things Nathings are different in a lot of pletion of the club cham- tional Gym before a crowd es- Los. Angeles 20 18 .526 4 Kansas City 15 17 40-114 ,.
- 1- open a four-game series with the .. . .. would "favorably consider p
" tans mg oaotdc h me s
St. Louis 14 21 .400 812 Dertoit
To Bob Turley to the mound to Holes, only 212 games out of ,,lation or more could get together 13 20 .394, 111AS:s7
' Baltimore Orioles tonight. And ways for stss peremial weria
20-15 record
. : try to pitch them out of last first place with.
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place.
- But-. their work is cut out for wind up in the World Series.
: them because manager Paul Rich- The Yankees need more thas a
,
, hall pitcher Hoyt Wilhelm, who out of the cellar. The Cleveland for a third league if eight teams i
to form the league. They would
at least 25,000 persons.
Frick also announced there was,
possibility of a second big bigleague
league bigleague all-star game would he Golf Club this week will the The Rodman Golf Club' have against former 126-pound king
atlicshetshewesreempi-lfainyaeldistass' vailel thFuende7 matches on Memortal simatea at woo
. Chocolate proved te be ne
the contestamts fought to stay At 9 o'clock.the course well be 'hatch as 'a sparring partner as
alive but as usual the best men opened to those wishing to parti- gainst the workmanlike New
won 'and unless there are some cipate in a flag tournament -or Yorker who shook him up re- Cincinnati
20 la .526 4 Baltimore
16 17: .514' 4Ves Washington 20 15 .571. Vass :
17 20 .459 6 SS :
aTod y's Games ' Today'S Ganter ta',-- -'
Milwaukee at Pihil6 a. dilelph.4111 (61) BesIateentrolt at Cl'evella4
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' they're sending World Series he- cham ions this year. TM 0. persons. Wednes- Pittsbur h
g ntd19(N.42) 4 ,7140 a 1
. P In cities with half-a-mdlion popu- cohramtnpeionosphpoiprt. umty of compet- pionship
ing in the finals of the 1959 Club Day several events ire scheduled day he went through a three threefor
for threefor the membership and all mems, round drill at the-Colon Arena. Philadelphia 12 21 .364 9ta New York 12 19 387 Vat 5. es" -11,
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a
, tire even hinting they could a --
have to have a stadium seating In the past few weeks many bers of the Composite Recreation
Ss a -,S, Ssl
' s arch is countering with flutter- a victory of their own to move San Francisco at Los Angeles .. Chicage at Katmai CUT (111.
real upsets in the semi-finals this scotch foursome, for which a
visibly pulling punches at times.
peatedly with left labs- although e at 1
(N) New York at Baltimore ( )
played th.is year and that the ma-
-S-1 pitched a no-hitter against the Indians must also beat the De- week's matches shoulld show who nominal entrance fee will be
St. Louis at Chicago
a ijors were going to give the minor are the best golfers in each flight. charged and beginning at 10 01- The fighters and 5onlookers
semaamai clock frie.hot dogs, beer a voiced their disgust at the fact -Washington at Boston (N) ". t''
i-Hk Yankees last se On d bested troit Tigers, who knocked the
Pairings for the nd toda Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (N) ass., s
ss.:( them, 3-2, en pri
Aasa 26"Wilhelm Yankees into last place with s eagues $1,000,00? for ,use in de developing
veloping developing their. la ayers. . matches, which must be copleted will be served., that no ring had been set -up, Yesterday's Results .t.,' ;17 1
, : whose dancing knuckleballs have' 13-6 walloping on Wednesday and The commissioner said tnere
out on the slippery gym floor.
by Sunday, MaY 24, are as follows: At 1 o'clock Rodman's famous thus forcing the boxers to work Yesterday's Results I,,St f A I
0 been the despair of American have won 11 of 16 games .sisce wpiittlehheinglin
Philadelphia 000 000 021-3 7 0 Boston
Championsieip Flight awindth. pthuettiwin
Chestnut's trainer, Whitey Bims- Kansas City 000 000 000-0 .1aSI't. :
f'. League hitters, has a perfect 5 Jimmy Dykes succeeded Dill
a' was no ,plan to expand the Ameri-
can and National leagues which Annichariro vs Miller gnnecorenteasntds
100 001 03x-5 ,.9 e
si,-; I record thin year. Norman. are composed of eight teams Bell vs Ellis runners up ,receiving Navy Relief tein,, said he hid planned to have Chicago 000 000 000-0 4 1 Garver (3-2), Tomanek a act
4.A, 4i,
.. each, into a larger league. Raffle tickets as prizes. These two his fighter box four or five ,hcats Gomez (1-2) and Began. House. ,, PS 0, if',
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I Turley ha,sn't won a game
since May 5 when he pitched a' Outlining Requirements First Flight contests have proven extremelY but he cut the 'drill short because R. Anderson (2-3), Buzhardt Brewer (2-3), Kiely and paler.
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1, 1 Frick emp
hasized that there and S. Taylor.
sensational relief effort against popular with the crowd and it is of the difficulty both boys had in ,
Wallace vs Hargett ,,,,,,
tion wen to an
as no considera g Y
' sas Cit but his 3-4 record is w
Kan y an
a,nticipated that many more th keeping firm footing. -0111 game scneduled.
Y
-i Service Center Theatres t: t .t or area in the d.is- Wade vs Kaplan (Night Game) ..-1.
not a true line on his effective- Par icu ar cs y the usual duffers will be on hand National- Guardsmen had their
. cussion of a third major league. Pittsburgh 303 000 100-7 12 0 eas s
,.,.. TONIGHT ness The Yankees will be seek- Second Flight to tra for the Navy Relief Raffia hands eull keeping back a large Losing Pitcher .., .s
I ue
Instead, he said the major eag tickets. St Louis 000 020 000-4 10 2 CHICAGO (UPI)-Pitcher atiliss"
,
ing to come out of a cama dur- part of the crowd whlich swarmed --
-, s ing which they've dropped their officials were outlining the re- Boyd vs Still From 2. p.m. to 3 p.m. cocktails the' flaor bent ,on forming a close Haddix (3-2) and Burgess. Ls. ,,,,
Nabors treasured the one : game-.;
BALBOA Air Conditioned la,st three straight, six out of quirements for a third league. Krise vs Sipe will be served in the clubhouse ring arcked tbe boxers. McDaniel (2-5), W. Smith, Bro he : won for the Philadelphill"-"
, A number of cities have indi flio Cheney and H Smith Athletics in 1916.- It was hit only
. 8:00 p.m. Only On Stage seven, seven sout of 10 and 16 out The ladies are taking their time followed, by a bpffet dinner anti After taking off the gloves s
" i'' "ALL ARMY TALENT SHOW" of 22. cated an interest in having ma- I th 36 h 1 ci 1 the presentation of trophies to
Ins p ayina en o e me a Chestnut
pounded, the heavy bag victory, as he lost -20In a zow.,tor ,..,
jor league teams. ,:These include e u
Only games sch d led.. the A's that season.
i V.- On the Screen 6:15 Sz 9 p.m. The Yankees were idle elope play Matches and the outcome will the winners of the club charm- -for two 'rounds and then did sit sit1.
1. sit1. s,
. "SLIM CARTER" with most other teams yesterday ew
N York, which Onee had three ionalu and rin er tournamests.
not be known until they have P P g ting ury.exercises on the rubbing ., s-
, s eS is
V' but the Pittsburgh Pirates, Phila. teams but now has
major league .. all been completed. By next week table in his, dressing room ,belare '
, ,it9341,,
t;i only one Minnea,polis and cities i
COCO SOLO 7:00 delphia Phillies and Boston Red s showering. '.i.i 6 P 1 ....
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'.." 0(4 in Florida, Call
'forma and other
Double Feature Sox all used the day "to t
. well." e states to name a few. The- Statesider, vAw com-
"Gunsmoke In Tucson" and Cricket News Abernathy Cops Paa lc
,,,, The major league officials said T plained of the terrific heat,
, s.. "S bu and The Magic Ring" oday s Sport
The P i r a t e a, smarting under that the eight cities in the pro- weighed 131 pounds before the -
r ------- ----- criticism by-manager D a n n y posed league must have a popula-
' workout but dropped to 129 S fib I s ,, r i ti t 4
I 0000 SOLO THEATRil Murtaugh, beat the ''St. Louis tion larger thee Cincinnati, of the ATLANTIC SIDS pounds by Hie time he left the
0 t, a 1 Champions ip
.,. ,, Will be closed after Cardinals, 7-2, the Phillies snap- National League, the smallest ma- Parade shower. The weight limit for ,,.'s
, ,,,,
I May 24 to install ped an eight-game losing streak jor league city. Cincinnati's pop- The top, bowling and battiqg Sunday's match is 129 pounds.
ss
as Air Conditioning
. 1 with a 3-0 decision over the Chi- ulatian in the 1950 census was averages in the recently conclud- Chestnut, christened Isaac, was
,
Equipment. cago Cubs and the Red Sox scor- 508,998. ed season of the Atlantic Cricket borli in the state of Alabama 28 ---- 0 -- , sae-.
ed their second win in nine games Following Surprise Meeting NEW YORK (UPI) -The 'most Lealue have been releaeed as fol- years ago but moved to New By GEORGE SINCLAIR evened up his record at 12 wille
s s when they downed the Athletics, The announcement was made lows: York, with his parents when he
,' rormaxao HTS. 7:00 5-0. following a surprise meeting of exciting new personality in the against 12 -loses. ,
major leagues today is a young was a baby. He stands fiye-six; Second Half Standiag Ausm,us, with 3 hits In-4 tripe,-
,
k Victor Mature Leo Genn Harvey Haddix struck out sey- the major league clubs. Frick or- BOWLING or about one and a half inches Teams
min who plays third bas lik
e e ,, 0 W L Pcts Gb led the chamPions in-hitting (leas
11SANK FORCE" en and yielded 10 hits as he rais- dered the meeting Wednesday
, Pepper Martin (knock) and hits ,s. shorter. than hi's opponent. Abernathy 19 16 3 -842 On the losing aide,,Mead, Theater. ..
1 Owl Show 10:30 p.m. ed his record against bis ex-Car- afternoon a! the end of a two-day the ball the prodigious distance '11Yr 0 M R W Ayes. All. he knows about )Santama- xCerveceria 19 13 5 .722- .- 2Sis man, .: Carr and 'Gayer acaountedssa '
1 "Full Of Life' dinal teammates to 9-4 and his session of major and minor lea H. Mignott 48 6 120 24 5.0 ria, he said, is that the Panama-
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, of a Babe Ruth (boost). Jantzen 19 10 9 .526 6 for the Jantzen bits., .e,
' season mark ta 312. The Pirates gue representatives held to dis- R. Escalona 2912 10 76 14 5.6 nian is supposed to be "a gdod.
elk." GAMBOA 7:00 routed Lindy McDan,iel with three cuss the televisiny of major -rig
It is almost- even more surpri- xMauricio 20 4 15 .211 12 .
J. Clauzel 100 28 271 31,, 8.2s strong boy." He is confident of mor 20 4 16 .200 1212 Abersathy linisports swill b ftle
.," Esther Williams runs in the first inning and west league games into minor league si that he performs for the
C. DeSonza a8 112 51 28 8.27 whipping the. unbeaten chimp. the Pacific All Star:team tomor
Washington Senators. This Is a x tied game
Jeff Chandler on to pile up 12 hits, inctuding areas. A Campbell 64 5 201 20 101 Ike was decisioned by Mexican -, row morning, at 9:,30 stans :to, srsiag sse
team Which Ityll the wnole masque-
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Dorothy McGuire
"OLD TELLER" In Color
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Paul Hampton
"SENIOR PROM"
, Owl Show 10:30 p.m. on Hoak. Gino Cimell Gene could not control the televis- tallea as a
' league
. Green and Chick. Xing lief) two ing of games into minor
71" hits each for St. Louis.
Ruben -Gomel' tossed a four- ajor league outfit
and must be as surpriser, ,,as si
everybody that it has elung in the tt's 'ere"
territory becauie this could
, violate the federal anti-trust laws.
"It?s 'not a matter o
hitter to win his first game would like to do," he said.
f what we
7:00 of the season for the last-plass only answer is legislation by COli COliPhillios
Phillios COliPhillios who broke a scoreless gress."
tie in the s eighth inning with
hvo runs &gains, Bob Ander Anderson.
son. Anderson. .., ,,,t,t
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, Dark's Off-Season Job v ci
i tiny of the .500 mark thus far.
e of the reasons has to lie
. the aforementi ed
on young man
"Th-: named Harmon Kiellebrew.
This sturdy slugger of the
Ethyl poyer and the bullet-proof
chest has -.become in Washington
of far more interes than the J. King 2.2 0 99 9 11.0 weeks ago Sa, trextcoabut he and.
27 4 123 10 12.3 shisatrainaTebnilltarwe NnisSaitabs'
Ks Griffith 71 19'204 15 13.9 bed." -"The fighe was not even
A Dennis 68Se 10 210 15 14.a close," Chestnut s,aid, "but I bear
R. Waterman 43 12 101 7 14.3 a foreigner just "can't win
A. Cabey
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M. Grannuni 34 6 134 9 14.8 Mexico," he added.
BATTING In explaining his loss to for.
mer Pariama featherweight
king Isidro Martinez in the
In. NO R Avg. States ,last year, Chestnut said
8 3 -'219 4a.e he waseconfused and disgusted Abernathy Unisport won the Pa
cific Softball League champ e
Ittp. -by defeating Jaiitzen Made- 'Otte
t 2 bell. d th' brilliant 7
ro, 7 o in e
in PI c
t bing of Al Ausmus as he racked
up this 13th victory of the year
against two defeats.
Ausmus, with that blazing fast
ball of his fanned 14 Jantzen bat-
ters to raise his total high to 175 Mead, e
strikeouts to lead that department. League. .', s , asst.-t
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The box score:
Carratinis p
Abernathy scored one in the Nick,isher, W.,
down-111e curtain On anothese sec t
i g. cessful softball. season of the Pii
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"CHI,NA GATE" who syalked one and struck out state of chip shots, the- sclinda ..s,
lous price of houses in Foggy Bot- et -1'g
fielder Alvin Dark of the Chicago tom or the fact the Indian per perCmuebnst
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6 start6 1 .129 254 ed," lie declared, "and I was the 4th on free tickets to Taht and Truer, 2b
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I j ;.st order. home. S. Hewitt
N. Bensett 6 2 292' 23.0 completely unprepared for thet
8 3 116 23.1 tYPe of, boxer. I was so confused Jantzen got one in the 3rd when Kirklasd, ss
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P I',i: ll sANTA CRUZ 7 :00 Dick Gernert, Jackie Jensen Homers In Clusters L. Best 5 2 68 22.2 and disgusted I didn't know what 26 2 4 II ',9, ,,
asi second' on Riley's grounder and Tetals
.1 Double Feature anr Jim Bueby hit homers that P. Bowen, Jr. 7 1 125 20.5 to do." later scored on Mead's smash to ; 4,
.,, :"BRUTE FORCE" and accounted fois all the Red Sox' e The answer is that the six-foot, J. Gittens Several. months after beating Abernathy
se 4 1 60 20.0 left field. They added the final ,..ss
, e "DANGER ZONE" runs. Tom Brewer was well on ODAY ENCA:TO 35-20 195-pound Kilelbrew has been bit- C. Niles 4 1 56 18.2 Chsetnia, Martinez came home
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'''.'' CAMP BIERD 7:00 Rita Hayworth Techterman's Texas League dou
s left the game with a sore pitch- 0, clusters. Enough of them so that c. Groves 6 2 72 18.0 TKO ,t Santaniaria at the Colon Jones, cf 2 I 1 -la ,;,
uren Bacall Robert Stack David Niven ble, stole third and scored on Gir
me hand in the eighth inning and '' he currently paces the American p. Bowen, Sr. 6 0 106 17.4 Arena last June. A. Ausmus, p 4 2 : 3 0 0 '-
as. "A GIFT OF LOVE Burt Lancaster in dleson's wild throw.
Leo Kiely finished up. Brewer League. Even more surprising, he K. Griffith 7 1 102 17.1 De la Mater's crew pat their 7th Girldeson, e 1 0 1 13 2 N
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, '.," Owl show 10:30 p.m. Dana Andrews in and final run in the sixth on
., liner off Rays Boone's bat. Ned batted in. Considering the fact Highest individual score: E. -..----,ss s ----"::'---s--:":s- J inf. Id h.t Ausidus frce of Malene, ab 3 0 .0 'Wean."
s s "A & C Lost In Alaska" "THE FEARMAKERS" ,,,,......,.s.,,..s.... ss.,,,. .......: ones le 1 ,
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Since the Braves moved from ,. ... assreaeSseek s By HAL WOOD ' 7 The regular monthly PWEA4 't
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The young man, who will be baseball season, they have aver 1"----'45,....' air -:' ''' I th. g t p today for heavy- and tee-off times, are as folloWs:,... '.
23 next month, arrived with the aged an attendance of 29,630 for
suddenness of a Army jet deliv- 415 playing dates in six yeats.
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KERWIN MATHEWS -11 ..
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Send him d wn o 1 Kathryn GRANT in: I e ered himself witIV-glory-al hough 8:07-Cleo B r
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GET MI 115 RAW WIND IN THEY WERE KILLER LEOFAIIIk'' t i',., et. t 44,i-in.,, .01-
Referee Verne Bybee had it ei- tee-off 'times and parings. i ,..s.
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BARRETS NasalBARRETS OF 95; judge Jack Dosinery, 96-94:. All Indy t golfers are welcome ,,s,
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Also: ith's1 if J ea g Th U it d Press Inter--, Imonthly tournaments. If you wisa,T.S,....
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-,.- ..- ,, NEW YORK (UPI) -Heard in old S Louis Brown's favoritesee
2-Sah Salvadoe Tle Maga 105x 1: e-Brief early. speed, ;-. e e 4-1 . -,': e)' -,1'. --et..
' :eel .. e the dugoute: Roy Sievers.
3-Doe 'Sam -re,- S. Hernandez 108 e-Quit badly in lasttle., 55'21, .
4-Sin Betas :... R Vasquez 110.,eeeHas, good' Verkod ,'
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Wilhelm I mpresses
el-Tierral - ,,-, e. e 0.e Bravo, peeeeeForne ,Indieliteseee,,;1... '.-:.,.'-,
3.1 The fifth snnual--.1959 Lucky '-'-',- .
eB-Robbie -''- : I:. Redrigtiet 117 .-eaati well111 -debut ,:e V:e- ::::Vea':;::,;.;,..',, e,.: -e,, .:,:eeee, ;i:eee. I ereereei .e. .,;,.. . e eetweeee,,,e,,,,,,,,.., his hat any time he gets an' ov,a ov,aSrrike
Srrike ov,aSrrike 72-Hole 'Medal' Play golf ',,it':' '" lik,""':':''''''''''':' ':.:;i;7Rb.,,.ir ;:::""-; ::' 4:'''' ''''''tf!'::1 ., st .46,' '...:; -, tion- No problem lately,: though, Opposing -outfielders are com
ewe eaekeeee, ,. ,4,-. "ex!' ere, e..,er .- .,
7-Gay Lugar A. Perez 115 -Hee good ewotkoets
4. tournament is 'scheduled to- gegii ,. .:, ee.. : ---ee:' ::.' :IV ..e.,.. ".,,,,,,,.:.,:eereei...:e e e4, e ?me : :. e,,,e 1 44.e.e,el because all he has been getting plaining about the right field dec dec.
. dec. Monday, Junel at the Brazos '.eele:;;': -.,...,e,,.,eeerie"..,' ,.,..epeete ,..,e eee,, el is boos . e tor at Yankee Stadium. They sae
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2nd ESco 7th Series Imp. 7 Fes. Purse S450.00 Pool
Second Race of the Double erl'h defending champion 'Anibal eeee e;i:,',"1.,,ee,,,. .e,,e..- --1.,:,e,e,,.e.,,,e pli.,-,:.:- ..,,,,,. ,. .:E k"'::-",:'.4- es..4,.,.... their now home run sensation than Hogan's bzickyard . ,.. .eee
e.,:e.e ...eee-- :-..;e:'". -;,-,;, :Mete Harmon Kill-a-few . NL pitchers'claim Harry Ander Ander:.
:. Ander:. 1" ,,,, Galindo attemptine to make it :.,;.;,,..,:;,,,. ..,...,:e ee. :. e, eeetalef,.....', -:,,e4....
teeee, ,...,;,,.e.
1-Corviglia, 'V. Tejada 97x-'--Could surprise e",-e two in a row. Galled won the seeeese '-;i:';:. :;,.,i- .':::::: ,74., ),";-;:";.!:ee ":i:'e", .' .,''' e, -,;:-!44 Trouble' in Paredise? :Joe 'Ger-, swot!! ef thte Phtitit
et.,ei,teeee.,,: ,- eeeeieq,' '- e-, don has been :getting einesome ef ist ac .cin an b e ee
2-Medeme C. S. Hernandez 103 -Strong effort in last 'lel 1958 title with his match play ----. e,;,. ,s; to et.,,::,:
eee,,, ..: 1 1. 5- -ee ...., ..e.,..... 0. Ileeette' ;., .,e...,. ., "-.., s hAasaroenve obtettme,.
;.,".; his- Indians for- misting -signs. Philadelphia hitter who worries
11-Thunderstreak G. Milord 105 -Nothing recently, ,. e In:, victory at Fort AMador .Golf Club.. err, ....... ..... :.:11. ...e.....,yereee,:. .e....;?,..,:..e...,.:.:.,,:.....:.:.;.. .::: 4..e.,,.:.;4 t ..;,,,....: he .;:o..z.:......tet..e,.....:...;T. ..:,,:::.
4-Cordial R. Prestan 112x -Could score &seine a-e This is a PGA sanctioned tourna re,A. t. 5.. -. 1 el 4 ': :: :' '' Rival hi ters claim Jiin 'Owen them most- those days is Ed Bou- ,-
... .,,
5-DonCirilo B. Been 115 -Jockey should help 010.'4 4
1 ee. ".1. e" ,..e. to; of the Phillies is the ;nest im- chee . ---
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6-Mikel - A. Go'nzalez 115 -Rates good chance 2,1 ment
- re lucky Strikers 'will have the 'tee.. re,eyee :.;.ee. ,
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47-Rotate' F. Sanchez115 '-Quits without chattels. ge !--!. week of June 1 through Julie 7 .:'''''.: le:eei, . '. -,, . League . '- :
ber of American leeaguers say.
lu I to play their first 18 boleti.' The Er :Fetii,' ':'::e g e ..:.--!,'
11-Litenciado le Tufion 107x eelockey handiet011: It , .,,-..::!..;,,,':4 ,,,,..:. opsine.mnsbetotwbeeen Ts eddwiffieurilininc: no;
they wouldn't be surprised it
9-A. Rendered V. Ortega 115 -Could surprise .... ....
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5"1 second 1.8 holes must be played 11:. :. ?,..t ,o ,.,,,- ..e., 4e, ,.,........ ..... e
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110-Dofie Flora H. Hidalgo 107x -Dangerous -.Contender,. 5'2 during the Week of June 8 ', ,,, eze.. tL.,t ..e.,.:111,,,... ..,04e,:. --...1 knuckleballer Hoyt Wilhelm, al- 4
''':':'r:"":: Hank Aaron. Williams inetructs
ready 5-0 with Baltimore, r
through June 14 will the third etzeeierNe, :e:,e,e1.. all oun hitters to be atient
Y g P through the entire season wit out e
ee,,.. .. 'V' ;'.? ?.;N::ii.. ". f.;;.A.:.:'. ..... .... ,,,,,,,,:;M:i:i', and sit for their 'pitch: Aaron
, 18 holes being played anytime -ee;,,, .i;ee.eiii:.. '''::,.' ell 10 er. eleef-:ei;!'"N losing a single game .
;,,e,,4449et: says don't wait, swill if it's in ,e
l'ilK.'0'.. ,. -ee li .e..;fo) Some say rookie outfielder Bob ..'
trill Reps 1,C" Natives 7' Peg. Purse $425.00 Peel Closes 2:00 between Monday, June 15 and Sa- e;;::::::.
turday, June 2'0. The final 18 '' .'l'''' e" -emFeeee the strike zone. ..
, ''''eee!'"eille ,,eie.ee 1 e!"e'.!.e '''''''' e; Allison of the Senators has ate, ;,
,,. even stronger throwing arm than e
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1-Daniel S. Hernandez 112 -Would pay offeagain 4-1 holes will be played en- Sundae, Likes Pirate Chinese o
2-Francisquito F. Alvarez 115 -In fight to finish 7-5 June 21 with all golfers plaeing on ,. ,,,e.e.-.. Rocky Colavito. Brother, thaesi -.
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3.1 that day. There will be no elimi- 4r ',.4., i:, ,L .::.4::::...:: ,,,
kw) 'f. ki,, -:.' I 7-' ,, '4:1 )
,no rifle it's a cannon. . t
8-Black ,Bee 'J. Taeavere 110 -Retes good chance
Fed) Bob Porterfield; who, Mitiked on ,,
4-Don Vito A. Lourless 104x .-Depends on start .. 41.1 nating in this tnurnainent. Oply ,-e, ,,.,. e ..
,:.,,.,., 4.-
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, with the Cube after' beieg releas
3-2 teose golfers who pick-up will be 7 ''.
SeTtnglit ; B. Baez& 115 -Will fight It out
eliminated. ed by the Pirates,' ',nye' "he still
RAtetrack Tips
ee 1 1, thinks Pittsburgh can win the
Prizes have' been erdered from Z.
4th lace "F" Nine es 6 Fa 42 s u i : 1 li e i !soil $375.00
Pet'l Cl 2'31) Casulo Jewelers of Colon and Will ..,-,.4. . .. :
, be put on display as soon as thli, You'd be surprised how many ..
THE CURUNDU TEENERS, the surerise team of the V. FN. Teener Baseball League this year, people in the know. feel roo- ,-, -- ''
By CONRAD ..
.., 3 2 arrive on :he Isthmus. There wi reflect the caliber of ballplayer developing 'in that coammunity. Front row, left to right: Lynn kie Gene Snyder his the ;best ,
I-Victoria H. Gustines 120 -Seems best here 5,1 be three prizes in each flight. Treadway, Dickie Gerardi, Buckle Piaia, Zee Ze nt, Ralph Frangioni and Manager Gil Marcum. stuff of any pitcher on :the, Los O-Reioble
2-Sneer Girl -A. Lourless 110x -Poor recent recto
101 Flights will be matte up by th. e Tierra! 1.
3-Pilluelo Ae Jordan 113x -Not good enotigh 2 1 following hancicap geoupings. Back row: Fred Hunter, Dallas Manning, Paul Underwood, Jim Metcalf. In the foreground, the
batboys Jimmie Marcum and Jack Atkins. Othe rti not shown ere Dick Bacot, Rafael Reyes and Angeles etaff. All he his to do, 2.-Den Cirile
they say,' is improve' hie' mental 3.-Tingat Della Flora -,
4-Felletito J. Vetiver& 116 -Will 'fight it out 5.2 championship Flight Hancicaps Coach Edward Small. attitude . .
4.-Naranlazo Francisquito 1'
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Felletite ,4
seitetenteee .. B. Baez& 112 -Jockey may hell) 4.1 0 5.
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&Mee V. Tetada 10Sx-Rates, eoeti thane. First Flight Handicaps 6 e 8 'Andrew Rodger,s, Sail Franciseo's 5.-Jabalina lerftelite (s) e,
------- Second Flight Handicaps 9 12 .- Young shortsto, leads, all, cheer 6.e-Maese1 Timm (el, ,..
, 4 ,rt, d,., league infielde s hi erroiii, but 7.-Reselana Festiva ,-,
Peel Cleses 3:00 Third Fliebt Handtcepti.,,13-15 :S. ''.
Mh taSe "A" Nativei '6 Fes. Purse $500.00 Fourth Flight Handicaps 16-18 econ Sertes Racers. Tang e mapager Bitl Ribney ettributee 8.-Mohicano
the m thy of tfietn fo "plaie i 9.-Ali Cirla
Bright Spur
PI-ftlipti-- Lourless -103x -Doesn't seem likely 15-1 Fifth Flight Handieeps -IS :and , ,
.
EVEN over. . nervousness" . 110.-Peps Atrayente
2elabalina M. Valenznele 114 -Dubious ride in last ,
-Hardly a day goes, by ihat Bill 11.-EI Tuncht Tatin
) 3-Destello J. Phillips 120 -Rates good chan-ce 5-1 Practice rounds will be permit permit.
. permit. EVTN Ted anytime. Brazes 'Brooks has n
s
4-Tuti truti S. Hernendez illt -Can score again
7 0 S
5
even Furlong Das
5-Fritolito B. Baez& 108 !-Jockey mey help EVEN opened their course to any Lucky
Strike golfer who cares- to test 1 I. -.
ehe 18 hold Atlantic Side lay-out, , ,
.
'Whe,n golferi are sheeting, their ,, .. .p.
"-6th Race 5141 Series Imp. 9 Fes. Pores& 5500.00 Peel Closes 3:30
.
. Pirst Race of the Detible .., ; tournament rounde they ,, musk -,
. ', '1 11 ,,our Roses
en,1 sign tbe register in the clubhouse, Ten second series imported
I-Sunfair M, CheltUere 119x-Nothifigerecently e-"' ''
151 and will be. given a numbered
HOOEBEATS thoroughbreds will match strides
tomorrow afternoon in the $150 J u v I
1
2-Teiciente A. Genetic; 103 -e'ould surprise 25.1 eeckv Strike. score-card to use. ,le (',e' in I
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,-. A ehella J, Jimenez 104 e-Eerly. s,peed only seven furlong main event at the
10-1 No other scorecard will be accept- r-
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v. Tpiada 110x -Distance m ay help By Conrad() Sargeant 1 President Remon racetrack.
04.L"-e4e n..1 ed. ,
, oivq, r, 14. Hillel e01011C -Usually disappoints The probable muietels favorite ...,
4.1 Lucky Strike representative lie
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tee-reemen H. Guetines 113 -ellad legs hamper
11-t Liwrence Lanham has innounc- ,4,........olndinmplmoglinnommonno,,
'' I is Ali winner of five of his six ;.., .. i
7 -gee.. , B. Raeza 110 -Can run: freetioup local starts, including his last .1,011. '17 101, h .-1','. !!)!.,.ttli 7.4 ' t 11
10 1 ed that each qualifier wilt be pre- Several horses changett onwer-ihe Hates 'Ban letighet b:r 0 6 d Bright Spur and Yucatan 'their,
iteeete'esco R. Crietian 108 -World pay nice oddi
3.1 lien'ed with a tee-gift upon ,sjerre ship
,
during the week. Sunfair,' farm is a broodmare -too. ;
leceetrier teerle A. Credidice 105 -Dangerous contender up as the contenders, both in the
3-1 ing the tournament, register dur- formerly owned by Gabriel 0ssa Janina, by Keyhaven out of mutuels and in the race. Kentudiy Straight Bourbon -.4
1,0-tileee 'Calle 51. 'Hernandez 110 e-Distapce. to lik'ing
3.1 ing the first week pf- play' 'June Vicefii, was bought by the etud Glory's Ace, is a granddaughter ,r
:'"elerreirrem e 14' .' Juatinieni 100x-Ran well in last.
. is :
1 through June 7..:' Chumungu and is now being of the brilliant sire Royal (Aug-
12-Vespucio ,. ,G- Senchez el5 2. ,
noman rate a fair chance wel e
,,,. Gavilan, Embassy, Xistullart filet
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trained by Ernesto E.' Fenton. er through her sire and a great i 1; wi
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N. Radio TV The Stud Rex obtained Barloa granddaughter of Man 0War e et 1 1.4
4.
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tee r es Imp.. 8 Pe. Purso $450.00 Pool Closes s s 11' be rank outsiders.
and Pichote. Both have been turn- through her dam. Royal Orbit, Kadir, Bucalemito and Sicabu will
. I,
''- "ree -',' Second Double. of the Double
ed over to Arturo Quiiionei for the Impressive winner of last 4' s,e. t. .'t
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, .,
igt el as' ' training ,:', , Saturday's"PreakbeS States II
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"rtISa A. Lorleste103 ;-ellitteit good Chattee .., 34 Sports ,Schydull9,, ,,.. 1, Pil h 1 ': 1 -1' 1 4 'I it "1 Ph r4 While
All ae,itiseal, will have seddle
e Ils aee Druid Baeza a'Boa ,, e et lxii.1 m I .,:.:1, 1,1,11
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PerdiVal J. Jimenez 115 --RitlerbnleirtihalesP" 7-eee-, ?A ,. ,,,,,,, .. ,,, .:, .,, ,,,. : ,c0;01 C es. new tra ner s a so soa .(.1 oya --arger.
Gaston Aguilar. :rho Stud Bright Spur. will ridden by Helm- il , ,,i
.e.edree S. 'Hernandez 105 eeNothing to Indicate 15-1 Baseball games 'highlight the eo Janina's most notable victory roro Gustines. Yucatan, which ..-e
1 Siete this wook changed Ct.. ,,111,), ,1111110111-'4''''s :,
' s Matelot G. Sanchez 110 -tePthing in EMS 10-1 e
C N sports schedule for,, the their Second trainer sinie Ja was her 18-longth romp over has won four races with Baeza a- ,,.
2-1 comine week The complete radio chit. (Chispa ) Navarro Wei
rsolana pe elletinieni 103x -Form indicatm Hence in a match race semi board, will have Jose Talavera tI e .111PP l't ''''' '1$ ''
-Id-tim .., ,. .
flavor '1' .-:' '' 1 ."
-A, ,, --,.i 1, .
tee() H. HMalgo .103x -Rates good ehence 5 1 a id TV program includes the
5'2 following. suspended for six .menths hi two years ago In which she was in the saddle this time.
aloe ', B. Baeza Ins -Distance to liking clocked in the amazing (for a .1 r L
the Santillan doping case.. Gil- - ...,- 1 ", lIWil 'hi I A
: AMA R.- Preetan 1 M x --Illariv speed oMy 25 1 Radio native) time of 1:11 3-5 for six Guillermo Milord will guide Ga-
eetter- Bravo G. Milord 104 --Could get up here 4-1 bort Santoya, the latest to
Saturday, May 23 New Yerk vs -taks'aver lace M
t rep s auricle furlongs. The track record fee vilan, Fernando Alvarez is on Eni-
,,
Baltimore, 1 p.m.' , Oros, ..- - Imported horses is MO 1-5 by bassy, no rider has been reported
1,. 9.,,,,,-,,t ,,ti.;,)4 tAL 1
. Sunday, May 24 2'Ngw' Vitt YR '''' ' ,. , Double Four ,.
' :'11,1Ii.y,!' ,,l,,, .,; , ,:,4!
004' Race "II" : Melees 7 Pee.Persis $450.00 Peel Cletils 4:40 Santoya will be in charge of for Xistultati, Am adte (',redidlo on
Baltimore, 1 p.m. ' -o0o-- Homan, D. Madrid on Kaelir, .is' bac''M () -:-:'--:! ;, l 01-, ''.-
Quintals ,Wednesday. May 27 New York Hence and Sentinel'. Ilene As The deadline .for entries in the Sandino Hernandee on Buceiemi- e i: e .o t et -.
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I-Chitro J. Talavera 114 -usually close tin FA Vs Boston, 1 p.m. the favorite to win Sunday's Raul June 14 32,000 added one mile to and Homero Hidalgo on Site SiteEspinosa
Espinosa SiteEspinosa Classic for natives feature for three-year-olds is next bu. ' 11', 1" !le -.'.e 'eget)
1-1 Thursday. Ma: 28 Pitsburhh
P-elotilcann W. 'Rae, lia ....Xt.). 1 COntorld Pr , ,, , .,,,,4 ,, frtonsiistAv.:I:u::.0..,,0170,01t11:;...1,. 4111.:,,,,,. '. '. ':;.,, ....i. i;
3-Takeaway D. Rarretinex-vot against these i 25 1 vs Milwapkee, 1:30 p.m. while Santellan is being sharpen- Mohday. This race looks like an 'Tutteepee ::,- .."- 'e,
.
eetrentee A. nos7stos lie -vot sood -enough 2f.-1
TV , ed tor the $7,500 added ,Gen. Jo- easy canter, for the sensational In the secondary attraction, El
' se A. Rcmon Classic which win Bob. Don Lucho should be his Tunchi will attempt to add Alio- . . fie, 0,
tikti ligu t I H , .0,
reeroellongo A. Credidin 104 -Num rutorise
08 :EVEN be rutyon May 31. ,' No. 1 centeeder because Pan Tos, ther victory tie biseimpressive re-
.0.,111 D. qsvicilex len -much -the best Friday, May 22 Wrestling, 10 if t
000.w tado is expected to be shipped cord against a strpng pee' of
Solito H. Hidalgo 101x -Must go lower 10-1 p.m. George MacArthur vs- Another pair of Argentine-bred to Puerto Rice soon,
, ..
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. ..- 750-pound Happy Htimphrey. thirde series racers., El Tunehi :
ttowom-yaekaer-otthdetreollocts alardeobostchtendulteod. goAodlong rwroirtmh oPrsansteTtoestado, the whipped Ali by a neck in the tat- 1 -1 .,
'
e, 1; Saturday, May 23 e Roller Der- AMIRIV-, ''
:
ilk Ind Serls Imp. I Pee. "rums $750.00 Peel Closes 5:15 by, 2 p.m. Brooklyn Red Devils morrow's hest race. Arai Lugar and Alteu will also make YtheMetrillip() ter's onl ydefeat. 1
see,....eeeee
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Ors Two vs Los Angeles Braves; Bowling and, Erimburgo are the young- ot the Caribbean island. Manuel Tomorrow, El Tunchi goes a- rieleseeeeelleee
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' lia mom t i 1
N 1611CDf an J. Tito vine VIA .111111 Irk, R,,,,, n.1 Derby, 4 p.m. e -mixed couples sters. Rivera, who will train tbe ant- gainst Tatin, Granadero, Plucky, 4
in .111,1i G. Aillord ine 4111.111v rIP,Ae.rolli ( 5-1 Patch and two female ell-stars, Gal. Lusar, by far the more mats is Pherto Rico, is already Germ'anio, Michaux, Melenecz,
. .4.1 Bobbie Shaler and Jeanita 'Rich, impressive of the two, is owned on the island completing details Vergniaux, Manandoagee Baca-
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Teeelliert eNti nee) tee -rnieethe ten enten
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reeeelemito S. Itereendee 1 1.14 "lid Oiilnw!r 2e.1 from South Pasadena; Calif. by the Stud Ciri and trained by for their departure. neito and entrymate Diticese -e-eee-z-e-'-e---L ee. r .-:T. .,
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'If, B. ,Rso" lig ,,rteti pfern tOgt, 3.9 Sunday, Mey ee Baseball, Jose Reyes Olguin. He la a Ali and Pan Tostado are both
54 3:15 p.m. Baltimore vs chicagq, chestnut son of Gaitero-Gomera. entered this weekend and ..., .. .... -71 ,,, ,.. .gs
TP4mon A cr.litho 1111 .4-nuits DAM' eressure may Nine 'other prospective thrillers .....r.'
3A I game 'of Ititiee3.
0, Ai ehtl 14.. tillbolgri OPtIVOIlld nstAr aff
5.2 Wedeesday, Maylo 27p:m- Virepdnoetisy- issprintheg. porlopeErnteymotigo
' Edimburgo, a hefty bay off- be making their farewell per- are included on the program.
formancei. With leading jockey
Priebt Spur II neetinee lin --Tnno !verde,
nee day night fights, ..
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ew-Air, 're madrid loex -wet in hest form
tqrheesStuMd atrialtis
- Beni slated to do the booting, Leading jockey Baeza bag ten
'',lImbassy F. Alvarez 105 -Can score atprice 10-1 Armst4ad vs Eddie Perkins, light- no Oriente and is being trained both horses will be hard to beat. meunte ae compered to only five ., e01111 ROSES DISTILLERS COMPANY, RAC; KENTUCKY'''.
weight bout from Chicago. by Constantino Spelicer. for rival Gustines. --
STRAIGHT 801111804 WHISKEY 86 PROOF AGED 6 YEARS
---- ...Edin.4011.
. . , ; ; LI ', .. : ; ; . !. r''' 7' Thursday, May: 28 All-Star -.000.- GYM HONORS SMU STAR
Oh Race "SSeilar '6,41.'1 frPurso 4650.00" Pool Mos 5:40 Golf, 7 p.m.; boxing. -10 p.m. ,,- San Salvador and' -to Matelot .. --
Johnny Russo' vs Kenny Lane, will race without blinkers begin- RUSTON, La (UPI) -A Bobby DEP ENS TRACK DROWN
'et Felirroja F. Alvarez 106 .-P dee fair '01.1atice se lightweight match. ,nings this weekesd. James Memorial Gymnasium, EXQIUSIVE. DISTRIBUTORS.
tlaimda M. Valenzuela 106 leetelazinit eliele teeee 4-1
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Pops S. Hernendez 111 -Seeing best here EVEN --o0o-- honoring the Southern itilethodist NEW YOR K(UPD-More than : e';'-,e ,' I '-'.
,eraeente ,, A. Perez 110 Will fight it out ,.
21 s'T -- --- ,,,i Unbeaten native filly Janina, basketball star who was burned 600 athletes from 49, colleges will -- 14,, x7nr,, A !..
4Ingainz IT. Giletinee 106 --Could seore sein e 4-1 winner of all her 21 starts, will to death In a fire last March, compete in the IC4A outdoor
'Alumni If Fititslen lnos-Not good enough 151 ,- ,, ., 1-: I gallop around the. President Re. will be constructed here tater track and field championships at 1.,..4 IL RUA,' SA.,
. 7-C,ondotiero , V. Tejada 99x -Not against these 30-1 11. is
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1-Edimburen :.1 B.' Baeza 115 UnknoWn' quantity ; , 5-1
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2-San Salvador St Hidalgo 105x ., Brief early speed ; .. ., 4-
3-D00 Sam -0,14. Hernandez 108 --Quit badly in last 8-
4-Sin Bolas ,-, -q It. Vasquez 110 Ji-Has good',Workoutt ''' 5
Vrierral -", ,- e 0.013ravnlit'44orna inclicates.,,.'..; 4,; 3-,
et-Robbie 1.' Rodriguez 1131 Fran well in -debut ", 3-
7-Gay Lugar A. Perez 115 Has good worknUts -
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2nd Mice 7th Wks Imp. 7 Fes. Purse 2450.00 Pool Closes 1:30
Second Saco pf the Double
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1-Corviglia, 'V. Tejada 97xCould surprise 10-1
2-Medeme C. S. Hernandez 103 Strong effort in last 4-1
11-Thunderstreak G. Milora 103 Nothing recently --- 1 ri
4-Cordial R. Prestan 112x Could score again 5-i
5-DotiCirilo B. Bseza 115 Jockey shotdd help 2-1
S-Mikel A. Gonzalez 115 Rates good chance 4-1
47-Retikta F. Sanchez115 Quits without challenge 11-:
1-Litenciado L. Tution 107x Jockey handicaps, 10
9-A. Rendered V. Ortega 115 Could surprise 5.:
11111-Dofia Flora H. Hidalgo 107X Dangerous contender, 5-1

tell Res "C" Native
S, Herm
2-Franeisquito F. AI
I-Black Bee J. Teti
4.Don Vito A. tow
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Nativos Pac Purse $42500 Pool Cos's 2;00
S4 Hernandez 112 Would pay off again 4-1
F. Alvarez 115 In fight to finish 7-5
J. Tatavera 110 Its 4es good chance
A. tourless 104x Depends on start 'kJ
, B. Beeza 115 Will fight it out 3-2
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Quiniola

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H. Gustines 120 Seems best here
A. toneless 110x Poor recent racto
k Jordan 113x Not good enough
J. Talavera 110 Will fight It out
B. Sam 112 Jockey may halo
V. Tejada 10SxRates god chance

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Nativss Fos. Purse $500.00 Psel Closes 3:00
LOuriess 102xDoosn't seem likely 15-1
M. Valensuela 114 Dubious riele in last EVEN
3. Phillips 120 Rates good chance 5-1
S. Bermudez Can score again EVEN
B.Bsess106 Jockey inky help ENItN

6th Race 501 Series Imp. 9 Fos.
First Race of

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I-Sunfais M, Ckalmeit aflxNothing 'recently - 50-1
2-T-uciente A. Gonzales 103 0ould surpriss IN 1
3." aheila J, Jimenez 104 Early speed only 25.1
4041-""ece v. Teisda 110x nistance may Irlp 10-1
r "IN'Tsr' Tl. Hidelgo101s Usually disappoints 3-1
11-"ftrosmsn H. Gustines 113 Bad legs hamper 4-1
7 -.4...44 B. Baez& 110 Can run; Irsetioux I-1
0 m-rescs R. Cristian 100 World pay nice odds 101
e-c'lltir 7T-Pli A. Credidio 105 Dangerous contender 3-1
110.14es Calla q. Hernandez 110 --Distance to liking 3-1
Ilicrirrpme F.' Justiniani 1001cRan well in last 31
U-Vesnucio G. SallebeZ 115 ---
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"111S8 A. torless403 :5-nRatefgood chance 5-1
Festival J. JiMelleZ 115 Ride Andyirtindican" .""' VI
J.Itinn S. Tlernandez 105 ,,a--NoThing to indicate 10-1
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G. Sanchez 110
juatiniant 103x
H. HMalgo 103x
B. Baeu 1OR
R. Preatan 101x
G. Milord 104
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R. lb lie, 11 1 contondor
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A. non7.104 110 Vol flood 'enough
A. (Ire& lin 104 rhuld sornrise
q-mches 190 much the best
H. Hidalgo 101x Must go lower
Soria IMP. 7 Pea. "some 5750.00 Pool
Oro Two
J. Taloirpre 11A .111111
G. Afuorti too alwava riPme.r011,1
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S. PrPontio2 11A 11q1111 sfolowfor
B. Rao? 11.4 atern test
Cr"rlitlin 1111 nolta under nressure
H. Hidalgo Ogxivould nR. ref
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'rt. Madrid inalcNTot in best form
F. Alvarez 105 Can score at price

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M. Valenzuolla 1061fliazino pito.
S. Hernindez 111 Seems best here EVEN
A. Perez 110 lieht it out
Gnstines ion Could seore agoin
p pitiRion pozNot good enough
V. Tejada 99x Not against these

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rstin J. Talavera 113
kOranadero R. Vasauez 110
3-Plueky A. Credidlo107
4-Germania F. Justin lanl 105x
5-Miehaux B. Baez' 112
I-Mtlendez J. Reves 115
1-v,tranlowt Guuttnos 10.5
3-Mintandoagua V. Tejada 101x
101-Voranelfo O. Bravo 115
10-R11Tuneld P. Alvarez 118
R. Cristian 110
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COOLS BLOOD STREAM
' LONDON (UPI) British med med!sal
!sal med!sal authorities Tuesday night re reporthdh,
porthdh, reporthdh, a new advance in heart
surgery which allows the heart to
'be .stopped as long as 45 minntes
r tor delicate operations. The-new
tecbilque, known as "hypother "hypothermiao
miao "hypothermiao ',IIIVOhrtS deep cooling of the
v wood stream and by-paining of the
beartot and does not require a
heart-lung machine.
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Rolli$ REFUGEE AID
11141.41IGTON (UPI)
tlt.n1 Eisenhower has designated
4th11-1.2 Months Welting July1 as
"Vier IC Refugee Year." 'He said
that ruring this period
thcr,,,should be renewed public
, and .4etion to help
;reale -the plight ,,, of refugees
thtott:lout the world.
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5-1
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500.00 Pool Closes 3:30.
the Double
,a-Nothing to Indicate
Tstothiug In ages
Form indicatm
Rates rood chance
1-)IstatIci to liking
racist speed ottly
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10-1
10-1
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1-1
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Doesn't seem likely
Not good enough
Vastly, imorovod
Depends on stall
Returns from lavoff
Enjoying rare from
r,arly sped only
Returns from layoff
--Seems best here
Must go lower
Pool Clow.
4-1
5-1
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4-1
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3-2
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Briefs
PIKS KILLS EIGHT
OKA Norway (UPI) Author Authorities
ities Authorities reported today that eight
persons died in a fire which swept
through an old folks home Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday at Kopgsberg, 60 miles west
of Oiso.
NOMINATIO FOR PRESIDENT
DUBLIN, Ireland 1 (UPI)
Prime MINISTER Eamon de Vat,
era, Ireland's veteran political
leader,' has, been nominated for
Ins la a candidate for- presi
denL His election in the inns 17
balloting is regarded a near-cer
tainty.
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CITT SELLS ,1;1111 It PLANTS
NEW YORK fUPL) The city's
three Aransit power plants were
sold at suction Tuesday to the
Consolidater Edison Company for
S125,1140,000. The, actual sale took
only two minutes, Consolidated
tdison wit the 'only bidder.

Glindo
To 'Defeild
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At grazos Brook

The fifth annual' 1959 Lucky
Srrike 72-Hole 'Medal Play goit
tournament is scheduled to-gegii
Monday, Junel at the Bratos
Brooks Golf and Country Club,
wilt defending champion 'Anibal
Galindo attemptink to make it
two in a row. Galindo won the
1958 title with his match play
victory at FoPt AMador Golf Club.
This is a PGA sanctioned (ourna (ournament.
ment. (ournament. lucky Strikers 'will have the
week of June 1 through June 7
to play their first 18 boleti.' The
second 1.9 holes must be played
during the Week of June 8
through June 14 will the third
18 holes being played anytime
between Monday, June 15 and Se Seturday,
turday, Seturday, June 20. The final 18
holes will be olayed en SpndaT,
June 21 with all golfers plaing on
that day. There will be no elimi eliminating
nating eliminating in this tnurnament. Oply
those golfers who pick-up will be
eliminated.
Prizes have been ordered from
easulo Jewelers of Colon and will
be put on display as .soon as they,
arrive on :he Isthmus. There will
be three prizes in each flight.
Flights will be made up by the
following hancicap groupings.
championship Flight Hancicaps
0 5.
First Flight Handicaps 6 8
Second Flight Handicaps 9 12
Third Flight Handicapk 13-15
, FoUrth Flight Handicaps' 16-181
Fifth Flight Handicaps 19. and
over. ,
Practice rounds will be permiV
Ted anytime. Brazos Brooks has
opened their course to any Lucky
Strike golfer who cares' to test
the 18 hold Atlantic Side lay-out
When golfers are shooting,. their
tournament rounds they must
sien the register in the clubhouse,
and will be given a numbered
Tqckv Strike score-card to use.
No other scorecard will be accept accepted.
ed. accepted. Lucky Strike representative
Lawrence Lanham has innounc innounced
ed innounced that each qualifier will be presen-ed
with a tee-eift-poon ,sjen.
ing the tournament, register dur-:
ing the first week of' play' June
1 .through June 7.
CAN" Radio-TV
Sports ,Schdolo
Baseball games 'highlight the
CFN sports schedule for the
cominx week The complete radio
a id Tv program includes the
following.
Radio
Eaturday, May 23 New York vs
Baltimore, 1 p.m.' '.'"'
Sunday, May 24 2'New Vitt YR
Baltimore, 1 p.m.
Wednesday. May 27 New York
vs Boston, 1 p.m.
Thursday. Ma: 28 Pit sburhh
vs Milwanker 1:30 p.m.
TV
Friday, May 22 Wrestling, 10
p.m. George MacArthur vs
750-pound Happy Humphrey.
Saturday, May 23 Roller Der Derby,
by, Derby, 2 p.m. Brooklyn Red Devils
vs Los Angeles Braves; Bowling
Derby, 4 p.m. --, -mixed couples
match and two female all-stars,
Bobbie Shaler and Juanita Kich,
from South Pasadena, Calif.
Sunday, May 24 Baseball,
3:15 p.m. Baltimore vs Chicago,
game of Iityr3.
Wednesday, May 27 Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night fights, 10 p.m. Polly
Armst4ad vs Eddie Perkins, light lightweight
weight lightweight bout'. from Chicago.
Thursday, May. 28 All-Star
Golf, 7 p.m.; boxing. 20 p.m.
Johnny Busso vs Kenny Lane,
lightweight match.

CURUNDU TEENERS, the surprise team of the V. FN. Teener Baseball League this year,
reflect the caliber of ballplayer developing 'in that coammunity. Front row, left to right: Lynn
Treadway, Dickie Gerardi, Buckle Fiala, Zee Ze nt, Ralph Frangioni and Manager Gil Marcum.
Back row: Fred Hunter, Dallas Manning, Paul Underwood, Jim Metcalf. In the foreground, the
batboys Jimmie Marcum and Jack Atkins. Othe rs not shown ere Dick Bacot, Rafael Reyes and
Coach Edward Small.

Second Series Racers Tangle
In $750 Seven Furlong Dash

HOOFBEATS

By Conrad()
dommpold
Several horses changed' onwer onwership
ship onwership during the week. Sunfair,
formerly owned by Gabriel Ossa
Vicua, was ,bought by the .itud
Chumungu and is now being
trained by Ernesto E.' Fenton.
The Stud Rex obtained ,,Barloa
and Pichoto. Both have been turn turned
ed turned over to Arturo Quifioneg for
training,
l'''Poefi Pitches! now trainee, Is
Gaston Aguilar. Jig Stud
Los Slot this week changed
their second trainer Olio Jo.
cinte (Chispa) Navarro was
suspended for six "enths in
the Santilian doping case. Gil.
bort. Santoya, the F latest to
'take-aver, replaces Mauricle
'
Sardoya will be in charge of
Henco and Santillan. Henco .is
the favorite to win Sunday's Raul
Espinosa Classic for natives
while Santillan is being sharpen sharpened
ed sharpened tor the $7,500 added ,Gen. Jo Jose
se Jose A. Rcmon Classic which will
be run on May 31.
000--
Another,. pair of Argentine-bred
two-year-old colts are scheduled
to make their local debut in to tomorrow's
morrow's tomorrow's fipst race. Gal Lugar
and, Erimburgo are the young youngsters.
sters. youngsters. Gal Lusar, by far the more
impressive of the two, is owned
by the Stud Ciri and trained by
Jose Reyes Olguin. He la a
chestnut son of Gaitero-Gomera.
Edimburgo, a hefty bay off offspring
spring offspring of Enemigo-Tres Marias,
is the property of the Stud Lati Latino
no Latino Oriente and is belng trained
by Constantino Spencer.
San Salvador and Le Matelot
will race without blinkers begin beginnings
nings beginnings this weekesd.
ono
Unbeaten native filly Janina.
winner of all her 21 starts, will
gallop around the President Re Remon
mon Remon racetrack's oval for the last
time Sunday before the running
of the Raul Espinosa Classic.
This champion will be sent ,e

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TOO 00N... THE RIGHT TIME 1'00
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'WEATHER DRIVING
TRANSIS'IIIMIAN HIGHWAY r TEL. 3-11!

Sargeant

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the Hafts Bin Miguel, brood,
farm is a broodmare too.
Janina, by Keyhaven out of
Glory's Ace, is a granddaughter
of the brilliant sire Royal Criarg Criarger
er Criarger through her sire and a great
granddaughter of Man O'W ar
through her dam. Royal Orbit,
the Impressive whiner of last
Saturday:trpreaktie$s States,
also stka Royil Charger.
Janina's most notable victory
was hor 18-langth romp ovor
Hanco in a match race soma
two years ago In which silo was
clocked in tha amazing (for a
native) timo of 1:11 3-5 for six
furlongs. The track record for
Imported horses is 1:10 1-5 by
Double Four
The deadline for entries in the
June 14 $2,000 added one mile
feature for three-year-olds is next
Monday. This race looks like an
easy canter for the sensational
Bob. Don Lucho should be his
No. 1 contender because Pan Tos,
Jed is expected to be shipped
'to Puerto Rico soon.
Along with Pan Tostado, the
good performers Siete y Medio
and Ali will also make the trip
lot the Caribbean island. Manuel
Rivera, who will train the ani animals
mals animals is Perto Rico, is already
on the island completing details
for their departure.
Ali and Pan Tostado are both
entered this weekend and may
be making their farewell per performances.
formances. performances. With leading jockey
Baeza slated to do the booting,
both horses Will be hard to beat.
GYM HONORS SMU STAR
RUSTON, La (UPI) A Bobby
James Memorial Cymnasium,
honoring the Southern Methodist
basketball star who was burned
to death In a fire last March,
will be constructed here tater
this year. James' father, a weal wealthy
thy wealthy contractor, will sunervis sunervisand
and sunervisand Oay for the construction of
the building.

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Ten second series imported
thoroughbreds will match strides
tomorrow afternoon in the MO
seven furlong main event at the
President Remon racetrack.
The probable mthuels favorite
is Ali, winner of five of his six
local starts, including last our.
Bright Spur and Yucatan shape
up as the contenders, both in the
mutuels and in the race.
Gavilan, Embassy, Xistullari and
'Homan rate a fair chance while
Kadir, Bucalemito and Sicabu will
be rank outsiders.
Ali, aa,Usual, will have saddie
aee Braulio Baeza aboard' While
Bright Spur will ridden by Heito Heitororo
roro Heitororo Gustines. Yucatan, which
has won four races with Baeza a aboard,
board, aboard, will have Jos Talavera
in the saddle this time.
Guillermo Milord will guide Ga Gavilan,
vilan, Gavilan, Fernando Alvarez is on Em Embassy,
bassy, Embassy, no rider has been reported
for Xistultari, Amadt tredidlo on
Homan, D. Madrid on Kadir,
Sandino Hernandez on Bucalemi Bucalemito
to Bucalemito and Homero Hidalgo on Sica Sicabu.
bu. Sicabu. In the secondary attraction, El
Tunchi will attempt to add Ano Another
ther Another victory to hi& impressive. re record
cord record against a strong fielil of
third series racers., El Tuarhi
whipped Ali by a neck in the lat latter's
ter's latter's onl ydefeat
Tomorrow, El Tunchi goes a against
gainst against Tatin, Granadero, Plucky,
Germ'anio, Michaux, Melendcz,
Vergniaux,. Manandoagile. Baca Bacaneito
neito Bacaneito and entrymate Diocese.
Nine other prospective thrillers
are included on the program.
Leading jockey Baeza has ten
meunts as compared to only five
for' rival Gustines.
!WENS TRACK DROWN
NEW YOR K(UPDMore than
600 athletes from 49, colleges will
compete in the IC4A outdoor
track and field championships at
Randal Is Island May 29-30. VI Ila Ilanova,
nova, Ilanova, winner of the team title the
past two years, will be bock to
defend its crown.

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NEW YORK (UPI) Heard in
the dugouts:
Mickey Mantle h4 been ordered
by the Yankee front office to tip
his hat any time he gets an ov,a ov,ation.
tion. ov,ation. No problem lately, though,
because all he has been getting
is boos
Washington teammates call
their now home run sensation
Harmon Kill-a-few
Trouble in Paradise? Joe Gor Gor'
' Gor' don has been -gettinuonesome of
his- Indians for- missing -signs.
Rival hi ters claim Jitn -Owen
of the Phillies is the tnost im improved
proved improved pitcher in the National
League :
Seems to be a difference of
opinion between Ted Williams anr
Hank Aaron. Williams instructs
all young hitters to be patient
and wait for their pitch! Aaron
says don't wait, swing if It's
the strike zone. ;
Likes Pirate Chances
Bob Porterfield,' who hifiked on
with the Cubs after heft releas
ed by the Pirates,' "aye' "he still
thinks Pittsburgh can win the
pennant.
You'd be surprised how many
people in the know, feel roo rookie
kie rookie Gene Snyder has the ;best
stuff of any pitcher on :the, Los
Angeles staff. All he his, to do,
they say,' is improve 'hi mental
attitude
'Andrew Rodgers, Sail Francisco's
Young shortstop, leads, all, ,mojor
league infielders hi errors, but
manager Ribney attributes
the majority of thein nplairk
nervousness"
-Hardly a day goes by that Bill
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Wilhelm impresses
Opposing -outfielders are com complaining
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tor litetor at Yankee Stadium. They sai
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NL pitchers'claim Harry Ander Anderson
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PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara R. de P. Phone Pa Pasame
same Pasame 3-1177 Crietelial 3.1673.
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FOR RENT:--Fornished chalot
living-dining room, 3 bedrooms,
maid's room, garage. Fof infor information
mation information call Tel. 3-4641.
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FOR R ENT ;Completely fur furnished
nished furnished 2 bedroom house for six
months, starting May 25, nice
neighborhood. 95th Street No.
41, $18500, Tel. 1-4994 of office
fice office hours.
FOR RENT: Chalet 3 bed bedisrooms,
isrooms, bedisrooms, office. porch, 2 bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, maid's room and garlic
Independent, spacious, aaaaa for
play ground, Ca mp Alegre.
Phone 3-1 I 84.
FOR RENT:---Furnished chalet 1
bedrooms, living room, dining
room, bar, kitchen, patio, com completely
pletely completely a 1 r-conditioned, "F"
trait Cangreio No. 10. For in information
formation information call 3-4619 during
office hours.
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Commerci1 Sites
FOR RENT:--316.80 square
meters, suitable for a warehouse
workshop, garage, S Street. bet between
ween between Automobile Road and Fran Frangipani
gipani Frangipani Street, close to Auto
Servicio. $235. Phone 2-0481
office hourt.
FOR RENT:New commercial
locale, intersection Cuba A
and 37th Stmet No. 19.
Break With USSR
Brings US 'Saddle,'
Nikita Tells Nasser
LONDON (UPI) Soviet Pre PreMier
Mier PreMier Nikita S. Khrushchev said in
an interview broadcast yesterday
that President Abdel Gamal Nas Nasser
ser Nasser of the United Arab Republican
"may find himself saddled by
the Americans" should he break
with the Soviet Union.
The interview was granted to
R. K. Karanjia, editor and pub publisher
lisher publisher of the Indian newspaper
Blitz on May 7. Moscow Radio
broadcast a condensed Tess ver version
sion version in English oh May 16. A far
more. .comprehensive report by,
Tess was carried yesterday.
Khrushchev said that the Cairo
regime would be hurt more than
Moscow by a break.
"He (Nasser) will then see for
himself the difference between
the Socialist policy and the policy
of the United States,' he said.
"So far, it has been kept a secret
from the people, but he knows
full well how the United States
plans to saddle the U.A.R.'
Observers noled the timing of
the broadcast. Cairo reports of
Wednesday said a number of
Egyptians had been indicted an
charges of being Communists and
tonspiring to overthrow the Nas Nasser
ser Nasser government. Nasser's anti antiCommunist
Communist antiCommunist crackdown already
had drawn heavy criticism from
Khrushchev.
'rasa said Khrushchev told Ka Karanjia
ranjia Karanjia that:
"In the U.A.R., leaders now do
not want to have friendly rela relations
tions relations with the Soviet Union. It is
up to them to decide, We shall
live through it somehi-Av And if
'anyone is to lose from this, it
will by no means be the Soviet
Union."
Khrushchev referred to Nasser's
drive against the Arab Communi-'s
and said Hitler and MusF,"-;
-,lso tried to crush Communism.

workshop, garage, S Street. bet between
ween between Automobile Road and Fran Fran.
. Fran. gioani Street, close to Auto
Servicio. $235. Phone 2-0481
office hourt.
FOR RENT:--New commercial
locale, intersection Cuba A
and 37th Street No. 19.
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1 Apartments 1

FOR RENT:Apartmont 2 bod bodrooms,
rooms, bodrooms, 2 bathrooms, largo living
and dining room, garage, hot wa wafer,
fer, wafer, maid's room with bathroom.
S110.00. 55th St. No. 21, El
Cangreio. Telephone: Off. hours
2-0321 after Off. hours 3-7708.
FOR RENT:Modern 2 bedroom
apartment in El Cangreio Devel Development.
opment. Development. All ned and hot
water installation. Further parti particulars
culars particulars call telephone Panami 1-
'046.. After hours 1-6737.
FOR RENT:One bedroom fur..
nished apartment; livingroom.
kitchen with refrigerator, stove,
hot water, bath and tub, garage.
Via No. 20-22. Phone 3.-
4037 beside Popular Clinic SI00.
FOR RENT:A large, comfort comfortable
able comfortable apartment. It has ono bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, closet, living room, din dinning
ning dinning room, porch, and kitchen.
All furnished. Will rent only to
a serious and responsible person.
C Avenida Jose Gabriel
Duque No. 32, Telephones Pan Panama
ama Panama 3-1041 and 2-1045.
FOR RENT: Campo Alegre,
new one bedroom apartment,
completely furnished, hot water.
$110.00. Tel. 3-3839.
FOR RENT:Cangreio, nicety
furnished one room apartment
with kitchen, bath, hot water,
baleen!. S8500. Call 3.4789.
FOR RENT:In Cangrelo, two
bodroom apartment, two bath bathrooin,
rooin, bathrooin, mald's room with bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, dittnette and porch. Raquel
Building, Tel. 2-2379.
FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartment, living, dining room,
kitchen. balcony 50th. Street No,.
15. (near laturro). Sastre 3-
4994.
SERVICES I
TELEVISION SERVICE
TV. Radios, Hi-El Transitors
specialist.-;Wwiervice all makes
and models. We don't pretend te
guarantee our work. We guar guarantee
antee guarantee it.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES. Tivoli
Ave. 1S-20. Tel. 2-1905.
Having trouble with your TV,
HI-FI, or Radio? Call U.S. TELE TELEVISION,
VISION, TELEVISION, Customer's satisfaction
Workranskip gmarranteed. last
Homo Service. then 3-T607
Panama. 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Protect your home and 'retro
ty against Insect damage.
Prompt scientific treatment on
ontergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service.
Panama 1-7977 or Colon 1777.
Boa'ts Motors
FOR SALE:--14 ft. Chris Craft
type runabout boat, States trailer,
15 h.p. Evinrude and all equip equipment
ment equipment $37500 Bendfx model "8"
washing machine $1000. Phone
Quarry Heights 3189.
MUST SELL: 14 foot plywood
fibarglassod runabout, traitor,
remote controls, bast offer by
Juno 1, 1959. Balboa 6384.
COULDN'T TRUK
GIFU Japan (UPL) Po Police
lice Police reported today they have
solved the puzzle of the election
district where every registered
voter always votes.
Two election officials haVe been
arrested for ringing in substitute
voters for sick and absent citizens.
FOR RENT
to 2200 Sq. Ft. of modern
of new "ELGA" Building
Large private parking area
in rear Janitor and night
watchman services Air
Conditioning optional Via
Espaiia on 46th block
office space on second floor
ELGA, S.A."

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Phone 3-4984 3-4985
Ali Types of Auto Insurance 1
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HAVE WEIGHTY PROBLEM
ALGJERS (UPI) Ge,ndarmes
'at searby Corso had a big prob problem
lem problem on their hands yesterda),
howto get rid of the carcass ol a
two-ton elephant that svas washed
.ashore Friday. The bulk was bur burped
ped burped on the beach Sunday but was
luncivered by the high tides. The
'gendarmes now plan to truck it
inland and bury it again.

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FOR SALls-1950 Cadillac so sodas',
das', sodas', now tailpaipa. Excegant tiros
and angina, good ocasitimical
transportation, $350, bast War.
84-8159 sea at 916-C Rova-i
110211
FOR SALE:Sunboam Alpino,
sport car in fine condition. Fos
information call 3-1141 botwiton
9 and 5 p.m. and after 5 p.m.
' 3-3069.
FOR SALE:-1957 Ford Custom
300, clean, low mileage, radio.
Call Balboa 2384.
FOR SALL 19511 Chevrolet
Imps' a, powerglide, lotwer lotwerbrakes,
brakes, lotwerbrakes, power Steering, wonder
bar radio, rear sPeaher, whits
sidewalk, heater, 15,800 miles,
$2350.00. Ft. Kobbe
FOR SALE: 1953 Mercury,
good condition, $500. See at
house 559 Corozal or call 2-
30815.
FOR SALL-1955 Ford station stationwagon,
wagon, stationwagon, passengers. Perfect
condition. $1300.00. Ca 1r 3-
5736,
FOR SALE:--1957 Buick Special
CZ. inspetted, radio, wsw,
excellent inside, outside, duty dutyfree,
free, dutyfree, cosily fi d, must sell.
Call Ben 2-0600. i
FOR SALE:--1948 Tudor Buick
Super, motor and brakes over overhauled
hauled overhauled n tly, new battery,
good tires. $100.00. Call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-1839.
FOR SALE:-1956 Chevrolet 4-
door, standard shift, 18,000
miles, beautiful condition. House
512 Manzanillo street, Ancor,.
Between five and six o'clock.
FOR SALE:--1958 Chevrolet,
5.000 miles, duty paid, radio,
white sidewalls, excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. Call 3-7435.
FOR SALE:-11957 Ford Fair lane
"500". V-8, 2 door hardtop
coupe, pow 'steering radio.
white wail tires, 2 tone paintt.,
MOO. Tot, Ft. Kobbe 7112o '4,
FOR SALE:-1950 Buick, wood
tires wsaf,' perfect condition,
radio. DP, Tol. Panama 1-3667.
FOR SALLI959 Fiat 1100.
Excellent condition. $250.00 for
my equity balance easily financ financed.
ed. financed. Phone ,08-354 Ft. Gulick.
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FOR SALE-41 ?Ord, two' door.
$200.00 or be offer, good
transportation, Walker 2-2111.
FOR SALL-1952 Pentiao 8.
4 door. hydramatic, dual speaker
radio. !meta, many other stores,
excellent condition, one owner..
Firm Hta.: 4276.
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FOR' SALE:-1952 Oldtmobilo
Super 88. Hydro., w4 Bbl earls.
wsw tires. dual wcrossouer pipit
for ccccc rsion. 3 spit's. comp.
overhaul last 8 mths. Best cash
offer. Apt. 801I-C Marparita.
Tel. 3-3261.
FOR 0.1.1:It57 Chevrolet.
station wagon, 4 door, standard
shift, 6 ply tiros. undorcoated.
Phone 83-5220.
FOR SALE:-1957 Ford station
wagon, 6 cyl. standard shift,
leaving for States. Balboa 1253.
FOR SALE:--1957 Buick Special
4 door hardtop. power steering,
windows, Dynallow, EZi. glass,
.Gamboa 6-206.
IAnimals
FOR SALLBeautiful year-old
Filly. Call 2-211111 or see at Pa Pacific
cific Pacific Sad lia Club.
FOR SALE
Small German Ford Taunna
van. 6 wheels and tires.
House 5533 B across school.
Diablo Heights.
A i
Guide
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
4-0430
HIDES SELF TOO WELL
BETHPAGE, N.Y. (UPI)--Douglas
Kitchen, 8, found a dandy
place to hide during a game of
bide-and-seek Tuesday.
"It" never found him. Neither
did the next "it," nor the next.
Douglas finally gave up and
yelled when he heard the other
boys starting home.
It took the Nassau County police
emergency squad, with an elec electric
tric electric saw, to cut Douglas out of his
hiding place in a 25-gallon oil
drum.

MiscellaneoUs

FOR SALL---Storso recard
or, four-spood, combination ra radio
dio radio speaker, rocords. $175 ugh.
Coops?, Balboa 3624.
FOR SALL---Usod sat matched
MacGregor golf clubs. 4 woods,
1 irons, puttor. old bag. $70.00.
Phone 3-6631.
FOR SALE:-1950 Ford, oxcel oxcellent
lent oxcellent mechanical condition 5300,
1957 Ford. all extras, including
trunk unit, air cmulitioning, may
Lambretta motor 'cantor, POW 14
ton Co !shunt air csonditionir.
1956 Pontiac station wagon, ox-
collent coadition. Sylvania Hi Fl
set, $50. Call Curundu 419S.
FOR SALE:--Floor safe manufac manufactured'
tured' manufactured' by Herring-Hall-Maryin
Safe Co. One (14 size, 16 inches
deep, 16 inches wide, 22 inches
high., Price $100.00. One (1)
size 24 inches deep, 30 inches
wide, 42 inches 'high. Price
$185.00, excellent condition.
Contact Mr. Manning, Sears Roe Roebuck,
buck, Roebuck, S.A. en Transitthmiae
Highway, Phone 2-0931.
FOR SALE:hcelolor accordion,
120 Iraos, excellent condition.
0855-A, Salim. 8114100 3531
after 6 p.m.
FOR SALIE:"56" h.p. Mercury
with gas tank, excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, 895.00. Also ladies winter
coat, now, 820.00. Phone Balboa
2887.
FOR SAL1:----Norga timor Lino
automatic washat Phone
82-5240.
FOR SALE: Stereo Records.
Classical and Popo !ars. Big As Assortment.
sortment. Assortment. AGENCIAS DIAZ 37th
Street No. 6-A.
FOR SALL--41rand now Hal.
licraftor excitor transmitter Model
HT-321and Bomar amplifier HT HT33A
33A HT33A capable of oparating on CW
Sines Sidi Band and Double Sid
Band on SO, 40, 20, 15, 11 anil
10 meters. Oni kilowatt output
en CV. Will wall for Stoat sea seajai
jai seajai Ham operators' net price.
hail G. da Parades. Ta Mahon
2-0600 until 6:00 p.m. or '3- .t
3074 after that tint.
FOR SALE:Woloter tog" Naar..
der and mord 'hangar. Exesi Exesilent
lent Exesilent condition. Amidst 11156.
BilibILIMPU kis
In Princess Anne ;
tONDON (UPI) The brown
owl, ;the- itawny owl and all the
littO1 4010 welcomer. if-year-old
PritfCess Anne to the BrOwnies to today.
day. today. The brown owl 'is school teach
er Miss Mary Millican, leader of
the Girl Guides pack of which
the princess is to become a kin kinfor
for kinfor member. The tawny, owl is
Miss Mercy Edgedale, deputy
leader. The imps ere the other
Brownie members.
They all said they were
"thrilled' with the prospect of
having Princess Anne join them.
The princess becomes an imp
officially next Tuesday. H e r
group is known as the Bucking Buckingham
ham Buckingham Palace Pack. Formerly, it
admitted only members of die
royal household and the palace
staff. But now is is being re reformed
formed reformed to' include other children
"from all walks of life who
live in the district.
The change was ordered by
Queen Elizabeth, Anne's mother,
in line with her new meet-the-people
policy, The Queen was a
Brownie herself.
Two of the princess' future
pack mates are imps Sally and
Carol Lewis, the daughters of a
hotel maintenance man.
"We've only seen Princess
Anne on the terrace, but she looks
very nice," Sally said. "I'm sure
she'll make a good Brownie."
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Weil-known American Firm has excellent opportunitT ter a
man 25 to 35-years-old, with thorough general accounting
background and growth potential. Submit resume with
lull details including education and experience.
BOX 184 S. PANAMA

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Life, May 251959 0.90
Saturday Review, Mayo 159 1.25
The Reporter, April 30 4 0.25
Time, May 25 0.31
Popular Electronics. May 0.35
Mr. Amrica, June 0.35
Mac Call's, May 1.35
Mac Call's Pattern Fashion, Rummer 0.35
Redbook, May 1.35
Popular Seiene.; MIII 0.35
Better Homes, May 0.35
Charm, May 4 .0410
Living, May d.. 4 1.10
Golf Magazines, June 0.50
Q. S. T. Amateur Radio, WY 000
Flying, May 4 '4 ' 0.50
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Mademoiselle, may . 139
High Fidelity, May 4 0.59
Popular PhotograPhy, Color Annual, 1959 ...... '' 1.25
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SALlt,-- ICA actomatio
washer drot oombination; hods.
chest and miss. 2-30S; I-11333.
FOR SALL;--.Stool t a k 300
.pal, with gauge. fill switch; 7
allimhoum louvers l's1"; lava lavatory;
tory; lavatory; 2 stoat bunk 14ds; 2 large
ship liehts, red, Imo, koroasine
or electric. Balboa 1-1630.
1FOR SALE:Largo square rootal
alining table $5.00; motal &A
$5.00. Balboa 1-1124.
FOR SALI;.4Aotching
gooey Chinn skeet ani buffet,
custom mob by Pau Canal
SkoO 55100 oath. 0957 Bow.
eoinyiluss Onset, Balboa.
FOR MLENSix 'trend Rattan
living mom est, metal kitchen
cabinet with chic and other
household ono. lose Gabriel
Duque A Ne. II, Apts. 4.
FOR SALE:Loaving Isthmus.
One youth hod, $17, matron,
$15. Radio-phonograph sombi sombination,
nation, sombination, $25. aureate and mirror,
- $10. Hollywood doublo hod, box
spring mattress, outsize, $35'.
Two droning tablos and stools,
$3. Quartermaster pixie chairs,
S3.50. Chaisetto lounge chairs,
$15. Westinghouse automatic
dryer, $125. and Lanndromat
3115. Both in excellont condi condition.
tion. condition. 4 hot lockers., SS oath.
Call Balboa 2302.
ISpecial Offers
STORE CLERK: Not older than
30. Experienced. De net apato
without references. Cie. Panama PanamaAt
At PanamaAt de Tabeco, S.A. Rio Abaie,
next to the Rio Theatre. From
9:00 a.m. to I 1:00 a.m.
WANTED::.Experianced Mane'rasher-typist.
heal lent onsirt onsirttunity
tunity onsirttunity and salary. Write P. O.
lex 4774 Panama, Including pic picture.
ture. picture. WANTED: Radio-technician.
knowledge en television $150.
SELECCION DI PERSONAL. S.A.
Tel. 2-2737 2-0451.
WANTED:Pigk-up driver, 401-
lotteritbiononsos. $100.00. Tel.
2-2737 2-0451, Polkaed
In fmnt Lontbry Ildo.
WANTSIS:oelltoeutivo-sooratagg,
54! totilliter-Mtary. Shorthand .11111'f
bilingual: Urgent. SELECCION
DE PERSONAL. LA. Tel. 2-0451
2-2117.
PITCHER INJURES HAND
ST. LOUIS (UPI) Elroy Face,
Pittsburgh Pirate relief artist,
suffered a gashed hand Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday and will be sidelined for a about
bout about three days. Face, who
boasts a 6-0 record this year, cut
his right hand when a glass broke brokein
in brokein his hotel room. Five striches
were taken to close the cut.
SALE THIS WEEK

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waters. in tire NOM. Hiphdrame
Urbanizatiroo acmes the lenses
Racetrack. lets with straet
hams. mirage. watar main and
oleatricity. Cal W. Mal Imam
Tel. 4-097d.

FOR SALLChalet, 1 beriremits,
1 bathrooms, dinine ream, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, porch, maid's room with
bathroom, 2700 M2. Cali: Las
Comities, Rastaurant "La Ha Hafiends"
fiends" Hafiends" Licks' Castro lin.
Miscellaneous
Worried &lout thee pimples,
blackheads lad Got Clearesil.
We've get it! Canal Zone Mar
Those "Dristan" Tablets you's
bean hearing so much about.
Wets got it! Canal Zeno Phar-
inns.
Believe tbr ant! We've mrt them
all: Super-Ana hist, Festal', Ills Illsrex,
rex, Illsrex, Faareeth. Canal Zone Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. For you Canal Zone Ladies: All
this and morel Pink Ice,' Deop
Magic, Marchanirs. Canal Zeno
Pharmacy.
,
Mania, Friday..212 to
yam. English spokan. Constant
'moorWon. Opon all Summar.
Transportation proyidad Panama
City, Cangroto, Balla Vista. Bal Balite!
ite! Balite! 1214.
IPersonals I
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 1709
GEORGE D. BARB Ir.. WE. --
European spinal adjustment tech techniques.
niques. techniques. Release el nervous stress
and strain. Cesodinated manipu manipulative
lative manipulative therapies. Otthe-KinesiekW,
14-49 Ave. 13, letudianta,
21, 1 to 1 and te 1. Tel. 2,-
1115. By appointment.
TED
POSITION WANTED:-- Exsol ExsolIons
Ions ExsolIons how hose's and eoneraP
house work, WIN stav In. Ulm
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1957 Ford Consul

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1955 (buil) let Station Wagon
$109ioo
1956 Ford 9 passener Station Wagon
$1495.00
1958 Cadillac 1-door Seda n
$3950.00
1954 Dodge
, $595soo
1954 Chevrolet Convedible
S695,00

1951 Ford 4-door

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GUIDE
Q. We aro about 50, with a
small business. A few years back
we bought 100 U.S. Steel with the
intention of starting a portfolio,
When our broker phoned and told
us to sell because the market
was fropping, I sold out. He then
sold us some auto, shares on
which itc have a lose. We now
have 100 Jones and:Laughlin and
Fedders My busblibd lealls to toward
ward toward near term,,ittocks; 1. want
to look further ahead.. Trying 10
study oday's ,mgrket leads 1,0
confusion. Can you help?
A. I think a o,godd featet Your
confusioa comes- irOnv; nig 4lecid 4lecidin!
in! 4lecidin! what road yolovanti!to
- 4--ot
If you want to Invest-tor retire,'
ment, it seems to me you should
big quality Issues and keep them
al long as they remain quality.
I can't understand what prompt prompted
ed prompted you to panic on U.S. Steel.
(Just as I can't' understand how
people with the mean's you de describe
scribe describe should ,start a portfolio
with so large a purchase of a sin single
gle single stock).
If your husband's ideas are to
prevail if you are going in for
short term trading profits, that
is you'll have to play It your
own way. If you wintitor acquire,
in regular, steady fashion, a
list of quality issues, I ameend.
ing you some Suggestions.
Q. I am 41, with two children,
in government service. bought
some duPont, Standard Oil of N.
J. and Pacific Gas and Electric
at the 1957 highs. I have $300 in
savings Ind am buying E bonds
on monthly payroll deduction. In
addition. am buying $40 a month
each of American Can and Gen General
eral General Motors.
A. I think you are doing well
enough. The 9300 in eavings is
far from adequate for a- young
family, so you ought to continue
the E bonds. Maybe vou do best
when the money is taken out of
your pay
I think the monthly investment
program it 0.1t. lAthen you get e enooOt
nooOt enooOt tiwand Motors, yoti might
start 41,C'some electronic, light
metier; fireraft; growth stocks.
SOVIIIVINVITE
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MOSCOW (17PI)--yeltder Mo Mohammed
hammed Mohammed Daud of Af anistan ar arrived
rived arrived yestreday in oscow for a
visit at the invitation of the Soviet
government.
s795.00
Sedan,
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$167J.00
MOTHS

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Allegheny Corp
Aluminium Ltd
Amer Cyanamid
Amer Motors
Amer Tel and Tel
Anaconda Copper
Arkantas -Fuel
AVCO Mfg
Beth Steel
Bettinger Corp
tBicroft Uranium
1British Pet
Burroughs
Canadian Eagle
Celanese
Cerro de Paico
Chicago Great West
- Chrysler
Cities Service
Coastal ,Caribe
, Colgate Palmolive
Colorado Fuel
Creole Pet
Crown Cork and Seal
Cuban Venezuelan 011
k Du Pont
El Paso Natural Gas
Fairchild Engine
Fargo Oil
Felmont Pet
General Dynamics
General Electric
General Motors
General Plywootl
,Gull Oil
t karsco steel
Hayden Netvport
Howe ,Sound
IMperial Oil
Intl Pet
Montrose Chem
New Eng Tel and Tel
Northrop Air
Olin Mathieson
Pancoastal'
" Pan Israel '
Phillips PA
Pure Oil
RCA
Reynolds Metal
Royal Dutch She 11
San hcinto
Servo' Corp
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United Cann Oil I 11-14 i
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The- 'nettle 'tory of Sla Cuba
revolution and a close-up picture
of the bearded leader who dew
minated it is presented bra ne40
book by Jules Dubois which waS
plated in circulation this week hi
the Canal Zona Library

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The author of the book, which
is entitled 'Fidel Castro Rebel,
Libertador or Dictator?", is
former staff member of the Stat
and Herald and is married to,
natiVe of Panama.
1
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eat of the Chicago Tribune, be hall
followed the career of Fidel Cass.
tro sinoe March 1947. For an oveat
longer time he followed the career
of Batista and the troubled eourso
of, Cuban politics.
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.'rhe complete list of new bookii
and their authors follows: i
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NON4F1CTION ,The G r
Arms Race, Baldwin; TheAuto,
biography of Mark Twain,'
mens; Henri Matisse, Diehl: Fidell,
Castro, Dubois; Conrad the Novel..
1st, Guerard; Your Child is YihalL
He Eats; a common sense guidel
to child feeding from birth to ados'
lescence Lynch; Modern Art;
pictorial anthology, McGtirdy; Aro
ment, Pritchard; Clay and Glaieht,
for the Potter, Rhodes; Beautta
de la Fiore Exotique, Laroussek
(Illustrations of exotic plants),
Scaioni, Latid of the, Oldest MK
(Ozark Mountoins), Stockwell-.
The world of Jewel Stones, Sheri
don, Weinstein. (

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FICTIONFelding Castle, Berns(
A Medicine for Melancholy, Brad.,
bury; Mount Olives Durrell;, Tell 4
Me,,- Stranger, Flood; Scent of
Danger, MacKenzie; The Retmimk
Motion Rose from the South, RI.
niers:, Beat Wave, Smith; Ask My
Brother, Wagner.

kitTILLEItY TOLL itIVIALIED'
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TAIPEI (1.1PI)--A total "of 101
civilians were killed and soothe
224 wounded on the Quemoy- Iss
lands by Communist artillery Bilk,
in the past eight months, official
sources have reporte&
Communist guns fired
than half a million rounds stein
the Nationalist Islands ln Ow Pe
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,,Itypt).., Guatemala charged td'...1-thitt,a
total of 10 ships carry carry'
' carry' arms or potential invaders are
trittl off its 50-mile-long Caribts:,,coust.

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-,',..4.Paroign Minister Jesus Uncle
told newsmen that six
.tosueolcious boles which were
Z4e4yett away from the Guate Guate-
- Guate- ..tiTlits coast on May 11 by Coast
mast gunboats are believed
ileading thifs way again
ioarittflorms picked up in British
is mot yet certin
the six ships succeeded
rbeitartog arms or men on their
trip.
Guatd, gimboats and
P ines.are maintaining a strict pa.1-1014
the coast, especially in
the. ',Vkini'y of Amatique Bay,
)4yrint the six ships were seen May
11.7tthe foreign minister said.
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: The six ships reported by tin tin.
. tin. -clie,'wore operating independent independent:1y
:1y independent:1y -el four schooners carrying a
- forte of invaders which the gov governmint
ernmint governmint says sailed Tuesday,
from the West Cuban province
of Pinar del Rio to attack Guatemala.

There has been no recent word
al the four schooners. A govern government
ment government spokesman speculated yes yes,
, yes, terday they had probably reached
Punta Gorda, a British Honduran
twon on Amatique Bay .30 miles
torthwest of the Guatertialan city
al Puerto Barrios.
Cuban officials denied the Gua Guatemalan
temalan Guatemalan claim that the invasion
'Ships sailed from Cuba as part
" a communist plot."
ti In Havana, Premier Fidel
Keen) assailed the Guatemalan
lifflalle as sfintemational in in41tititile"
41tititile" in41tititile" intended.- to undermine
Havolulionary regime.
He'called It a "suspicious coin coincidence"
cidence" coincidence" that the report of a new
Invasion from Cubalike that at attempted
tempted attempted in Panama last month
should come on the heels of the
decree, which threatens the hold
tne) 9f foreign sugar interests in
Ciata.
-He declined however. to charge

tpe eifically that the sugar compa compaIdes7ivere
Ides7ivere compaIdes7ivere to blame.

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Watery Frbnt-row Thirst

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By JAY LERNER
Visiting orchestras that turn
up in places where live music
is a scarce commodity are, to
the reviewer, an anomalou,
problem.
If my throat is parched
enough, even brackish water
will slake the thirst; but. the
man who, after having drunk
deeply, complains of the taste
v,1.11 soon find ilimself labeled
ungrateful wretch.
Something of this admitted
aprehension was much.with me
last night as I ventured into
the moist and cavernous Rio
Theater to acquaint myself with
the lastest of the US State De Department's
partment's Department's culthral gambits in
Latin America.
This particular ganibit: being.'
the debut concert In an exten extensive
sive extensive Latin American tour by the
National. Symphony Orcheste.,
of Washington, under the leaci leaciershin
ershin leaciershin of Dr. Howard :Mitch :Mitchell.
ell. :Mitchell. The National Symphony Or Orchestra,
chestra, Orchestra, contrary to. a wide widespread
spread widespread belief, has no connec connectioh
tioh connectioh with the US Federal government.-
It is .privately en endowed
dowed endowed and supported and
records its annual deficit in
the best traditions of Ameri
can musical organizations.
New as orchestras go less
than 30 years old it was for
some years patronized much in
the way, the Pitts,burgh SYM,
phony once 'was until the myS myStenons
tenons myStenons convolutions of opinion
resulted in the "rediscovery" of
that Shaggy lion of mutie, Fritz
Reiner. Just why this was so,
no one could say, since Reiner
had already been on the Amer American
ican American musical scene a goodly
number of years.
Well, I am happy to report,
parched though I might have

Army Chaplain
To Observe 34th
Year As Minister

Chaplain (Colonel) Silas E.
Decker, U. S. Army Caribbean
chaplain, will'observe his 34th an anniversary
niversary anniversary es a Minister Sunday.
To commemorate the occasiona
rception will be held in the Fort
Amador Community Center follow
Ing the 10 a.m. Protestant worship
service.
Chaplain Decker, whose minis ministry
try ministry began with the Evangelical U United
nited United Brethren Church at Austin,
Ind., his '23 years of 4ervice as
an Army chaplain.
Among the degrees he holds are
a master of arts, doctor of Ono Onosonhy
sonhy Onosonhy and doctor of science from
Webster University and a doctor
of divinity from Indiana College.
His military awards include eight
service ribbons with seven battle
stars.

Little League
Girls 11, Boys 8

Nineteen babies, 11 girls and
eight boys, were born at Gorgas
Hospital during the week which
ended Monday according to the
hospital report. Ten of the babeis
were born in a two-day period. Dur
ing the same week 183 patients
were admitted and 170. were dis discharged.
charged. discharged. Parents of the girls were Capt.
and Mrs. O. L. Murnighan, of Ft.
Kobbe; Pfc. and Mrs. C. F. Knotts,
of Panama City; Mr. and Mrs. V.
L. Newton, of Panama City; Mr.
and Mrs. G. L. Campbell, of Gam Gamboa;
boa; Gamboa; Mr. and Mrs. B. Saavedra,
of Panama City; Lt. and Mrs.
E. G. Crumit, of Ft. Kobbe; Mr.
and Mrs. F. A. Miller, 'of Panama
City: Mr. and Mrs. M. Mitchell,
of Paraiso; Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Molina. of Panama; S-Sgt. and
Mrs. C. C. Irwam, of Albrook:
l and S-Set. and Mrs. R. G. She Shefer.
fer. Shefer. of Albrook.
The boys were born to Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Collado. of Panama:
!Major and Mrs. T. G. Murnane, of
Panama Ci,ty; A2-c. and Mrs. L.
D. Bobbins, of Locona; Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Hinds. Jr.. of Pana Panama
ma Panama City; Mr. and Mrs. G. Llerena.
of Panama ity: Mr. and Mrs. B.
Powell, of Panama City; Mr. and
Mm B. W. Watson. of Cutundu:
!Lt. and Mrs. J. C. Burke, of Ft.
, Kobbe

Menzies Rowid For
Woghinnton Talks
' nntiers

OTTAWA, May 22 RIP1) Aus Australian
tralian Australian Prime Minister Robert G.
Menzies today flies o Washing Washington
ton Washington for talks with 11. S. leaders
after a two-day stay in Ottavia.
Menzies who, is on a world tour.
wound up his Canadian visit last
night when Governor-General
ren Massey gave a dinner in his
honor at Gpvernment House after
a busy diky of talks with evern evernment
ment evernment andidiplomatic officlals.
The 64-Year 4old commonwealth
stat?man said he had no "speci "specific
fic "specific projects" in n ind for his talks
in W2shingoo and later with Ftri-
ish Prime Minister Harold Mitc Mitcmillan
millan Mitcmillan in London.

:
been I have scarcely any cOn17
plaint at the water's taste last
night and go on record.. that
the NatiOnal Sympbony heeda.
patronizing attitudeneith attitudeneither
er attitudeneither yours nor mine.
Even working against an. ad,
coustically k dead hall and the
excessire humidity that is Atte
bane of many musicians, the
orcheStra acquitted itself very
well indeed.
If I missed sonic of the de delicate
licate delicate and airy grace, in Sam Samuel
uel Samuel Barber's "Overture to
School for Scandal" at least
some of the fault lay with a
hall that plays tricks with
percussion and brass, and te
an 'unfortunate tradition' as--
signing, or condemning,- re-
vieWers to first rOwS.
Since this -was my -first hears
ing of Panainanlan conduttor
Roque Cordero's Second Sym Symphony
phony Symphony I was startled by its per percussive
cussive percussive violence, which often
exploded through hauntingly
elancholic string passages.
' These string passages remind reminded
ed reminded me somewhat of Bartore
early orchestral compositions,
with their statements of deep
Slavic sadness and gave me a
hankering to hear Cordero's
chamber compositions as well,.
Ravel's Daphnis and Chloe
Suite No. 2 was my least happy
experience with Dr. Mitchell's
readings last night, and I found
his tempo too hurried for my
taste. But mostly I missed- the
cloud I k e, floating quality
which the piece demands to lift
it out of the realm of romantic
fluf f.
On the other hand I gladly
malce the sacrifice, with proper
bows to RaVel, for the splendid.
reading of Beethoven's Seventh
Symphony which followed, and
which was unquestionably, the
evening's highlight.
The orchestra responded to
conductor as a clump of willows
to the wind and the great
string passages sang With that
fine effervescenie watt Beethw
oven neitt 'again, of even-I-hefore,
found hie Milt
Last night' National sym symphony
phony symphony seemed gurPtitingly
youthful, and from my elOe
vantage pOitit I was particular particularly
ly particularly engaged by a handsome fel fel,ow
,ow fel,ow on first cello, Who my pro program
gram program identifles as John Martin,
the orchbstra's ibiblst
If his solo -svoilr'' is ltriy
match for the extraordinary
technique and sureness I saw
'last night. he ought to be one
of Mitchell's pearls without
price and chained securely to
the orchestra's music stands.
If you have no; already real realized
ized realized it, -the ideatical program'
wfil be 'repeated tonight att the'
C01011 Theater in the city of
the same name, for the benefit
of Atlantic sjcle music buffs.
If you're wise, you will get
your tickets, if you haven't al already,
ready, already, before the ink dries on
your newspaper.
As for De; Mitchell anct the
orchestra, bon voyage and' good
gambitirrg in Latin America, all
the way from southern Chile to
Mexico City.

GETS HIS MAN
BOURNEMOUTH, England
(UPI) Ted Palmer, who is 91,
,ran after and caught a -pickpocket
identified as Dugald MacAllister,
aged 67.
"I wasn't going to let that
youngster get away," Palmer said
indignantly in court.

NASSAU, BAHAMAS, May 21
(UPI) Political sources said
today it is extremely doubtful
the nearly 16-year-old unsolved,
murder case of ir Harry Oakes
will be reopene&
They said this automatically
would rule out any effort to re
call the Duke of Windsor who
was Governor here when the Can Canadian
adian Canadian multimillionaire was blind
bludgeoned lo death July 7, 1943.
The Lower House of tlie Baha Bahamian
mian Bahamian legislature voted unanimout unanimoutly
ly unanimoutly Tuesday to reopen the esse
but the general belief here as
the Upper House would not ap approve
prove approve the decision unless con concrete
crete concrete evidence was introduced.
Gov. Sir Oswald Raynor,
thur would direct the AtorneY
General to reopen the ,ease
should the Upper House approve
the motion and the attorney gen-,
eral then would put police to
work on it.
The Lower House acted after
Cyril ttevenson. representative for
Andro; island and editor of the
Nassau Herald, said he had new
evidence and could name the
murderer.
But authorities said Stevenson
had not yet introduced the evi evidence
dence evidence and thete would be no
action until he had.
Stevenson is leader of the Pro Progressive
gressive Progressive Liberal Party which has.
a large Negro membership and
has fought the "Bay Street'
Boys," the and powerful
businessmen his etintrol most Of
N,ssau's economy.
Stevenson has said he believed
one of the Ba ,Yreet business businessmen
men businessmen was guilty of the murder for
which Count Alfred de Marigny,.

KORBE cEREmolly ; Col. Ralph K. -Jones,.3r., commanding
officer of the lst Battle' Group, 20th InfantrY, Fort Kobbe, pins
the Commandation Ribbon With Metal Pendant on Capt. David
P. Larsen, commanding Wider of' the 518th Engineer Company
(Combat) in a ceremony prior to a battle group review at
Sykes Field in Larsen's honor.--(U.S. Army, Photo)
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Kbbe Engineer Officer Decorated
For Fast Digging At, Banyan Tree

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Capty-bavidj...,arsen, com comitanding
itanding comitanding offieer of the 518th Ent
gineer Company (Combat), Fat
Kobbe, was honored at a review
by the lst Battle Group, 20th In Infantry
fantry Infantry for his outstanding work
in preparing the Rio Hato area
for Exercise Banyan Tree in'Ireb in'Irebruary.
ruary. in'Irebruary. He was presented with the
Commendation,Ribbon With Metal
Pendant.
Ralph A. Jones Jr., com commanding
manding commanding officer of the battle
group, made the,presentation and
the accompanying citation was
read by Capt. Manuel V. Brasil.
All units and attached elemente
of the battle troll except for
members of D Company, 34th Art
mor ,and the Jungle Warfare
Training Center, participated in
the review, for which B Company
was the color company.
Music was provided by the 79th
Army Band and commander of
troops was Lt. Col. Benjamin G.
Taylor Jr., battle group executive
officer.
' The citation pointed out that as
the Aggressor engineer officer dur during
ing during the period Jan. 5 to Feb. 21,
I,arsen was assigned tasks normal normally
ly normally given to an engineeir battalion.
Through personal determination
end superlative leadership, utiliz utilizing
ing utilizing only his OWO company, he is
credited with converting the rela relatii
tii relatii ,wilderness of Rio Hato into
a 'perfectly tailored maneuver
zone. This action proved vital to
the succeessful accomplishment of
Exercise 'Banyan Tree.
h less than three weeks, tke
citation continued, he planned and
supervised the construction of

Political Sources Dooubt
Reopening Of Oakes Case

1

son-in-law of the victim, was
tried and acquiled.
He also was quoted as saing
the Duke of Windsor should be
recalled because he bungled the
case by calling in Miami detec detectives
tives detectives without informing local po police
lice police already working on the mur murder.
der. murder. Political sources said they be believed
lieved believed the entire proceeding thus
far was for publicity to boost the
stock of the Progressive Liberal
Party and predicted no further
action would be taken.

House Committee
Re leas Scheme
fi-New mon
WASHINGTON -- Tit e
Rouse Appropriatlins Cominittee
yeaterdaytejected the administra.
times requeat for 39,875,000 to
build a new Alcatraetype fe,deral
prison for hardened criminals,
The committee's refusal to ear earmark
mark earmark funds for the purposed
southern Illinois prison was the
only major cut In a S649,896,700
money bill to operate the Justice
Department in the new fiscal year
starting July 1.
The commiftee gave nti reason
for its action.
The new matdmum security
federal prison had been described
tolhe subcommitteek as "impera "imperafive',
five', "imperafive', by Atty. Gen. William P
Routers.
The Justice ,Department'S spe special
cial special site tommittee had recom recommend's()
mend's() recommend's() placir.e the new institu institution
tion institution o a I,000-acre government
tree, in Crab Orchard Wildlife
Refuge near Marion,

thres Class 30 bridges, three fords
and-,culverts, ;built or resurfaced
over 15 miles or' roads, establish
ed innumerable personnel and ve vehicular
hicular vehicular obstacles, constructed field
fortifications, prepared billeting a area
rea area s for more than 700 personnel
and prepared the Drop Zone for
use by the 2nd Airborne Battle
Group, 501st Infantry, which was
to' participate 'in-the exercise, up upon
on upon tirrIvar from Fort Bragg, -MC.
Just prior to the airborne as assault,
sault, assault, major obstacle which con consisted
sisted consisted of a combination' of a 600-
foot-long ditch, extensive wire obs obstacles
tacles obstacles and two anti-vehicular ditch ditches
es ditches of equal length adjacent to the
drop zone, was declared a hazard
to the parachute drop. In less
than 17 hottrs this obstacle was
removed k and rebuilt some 500
yards a way.
Its removal normally would have
required two full days of daylight
operations under non-tactical conditions.

'Bottom-Bumping'
At Maidenhead
MAIDENHEAD, England (UPI)
Mrs. Gladys Longwortb, a 62-
year-old- grandmother, said today
she will fight for the right of
getting bumped on her bottom
when she becomes a mayor.
,."Bottom-bumping" is a Maid Maidenhead
enhead Maidenhead ceremony that goes back
to 1581, the yeal a Maidenhead
mayor was grabbed by citizens
and dropped seat-first on boundary-line
stones.
Mrs. Longworth recently was
elected mayor but the town Coun Council
cil Council refused to spend the S280
needed for bumoing ceremonies
at her inauguration.
"I am sure everyone would like
to see the mayor being bumped,"
sald Mrs. Longworit, "and I
don't mind." In fact, she said,
she will demand the ceremony.

IVeathir Or Not

This weather report for tna 24
hours ending 8 a. m. today if
prepared bv the Meteorologic?
and Hydrograohle Branch of thr
Panami Canal Company:
Balboa Cristoba

TEMPERATURE:
High 89
Low 75
HUMI DITY:
High 93
, Low 63
WIND: A
(max. mph) W-8
RAIN (inches) AS
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) SO

High

88

79

65

77

NE-21
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LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Gatun Lake 83.42
Madden Dim' 218.69
BABOA TIDES
SATURDAY, MAY 23

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4:18 p.m 18.0 ft
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WASHINGTON, (UPI) "Man suffers,stroke;111t say here, "afterlynchinegid4.11. ,- ,, -tit
IIBI.under fire," it says on another page. "On charges of teogh tactics." ,-,,, ,, -;,, ,;,t,'-04,;.:
The loregoing is a headline style summatien of reports from ;,Poplarville,Hiss, ,onittlo."1: ,,,
efforts of the Federal Bureau of Investigation to snau'a the lyncher! ,of a:Negro named, 1414,14
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Charles Parker, .,
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Mighty neat -everyone wishes Di Director
rector Director J Edger' Hoover and the
FBI well. in their effort to put the A 11 ,,,,4 , I
eged Parker Rape Victim F1 es,'-';'
law on the Mississippi lynchers. ,1,111
It was a chilling crtmearegard- --,1
less of Parker'sgidlt about which a
1 MilliOnS-uit Ag'aiht Neiro- Pa- lie-i. ::
law enforcement offiials have no $
- doubt. --I ,,,
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NeMver did the Pal doubt Its , ....,...A, 0 .........
OWn ability to net The nkoo white s, ; ,.,:-- .4 '-'14"':4,,
men who murdered Parker. HATTIESBUI(G, Miss.,-(VPII)4-, man) claimed she lad" ione2iie
The young whitEntother a Negro a nearby town'where he'satti,lier; f
The reasoning of lawmen that lYnch viczim was accused of rati- husband was plityine itt' se.. bane:
they would take the lynchers into ing filed a Ope milliou,:doller suit to 4 pick up some 1,motkeY. ;Thep,
i custody went like this: There were tgainst a Neg,ro s newspaper were trying to effect 4 reconcurs;
-
nine of them and the community today.' ,,., ation, he added, The- husband wit
...
is small Among nine conspirators , driving her home, the,,,nian'Aiat44.
j.0:The, Litusband lati-,-hissVife:4,111:,
in such an event, one, at least, is Mrs. Jtme Walters,;the alleged whey hi' Aar broke down,,,.. '04'0".
bound to talk. The tauck will get ripe victim, Bled tht-euit in U.S. ', lt-o
gone the, lover reportecula,
arotmd and in time, tt will get a- federal district cdtirt,- her.
round enough so that,. the lynchers The -woman, of nearby Petal, ,,..1.14,."..,-;----"hO'ne- ear an4A-11,11110 lit
Abbott to a secret' :tryst tin the wooaC a,, ,.
will become known hi, name. Miss., asked damages for publi- '''''"
cdme by,- picked uP the''wotnallt-.
This seems to be what is tak- cation of a story in the Memphi
When the woman, and her -love.
ling place now in and arotmd Po. Tri-States Defender. She named and bar, bahY and drove thew,
plarville. as defendant Itobert A.
11118band had ,returnek- alid'e
Publishing Co. of Chicago,: Vb- the
sceneLIPPcIender rePeit;.-,
- retmited ,4, to- -the Main highultr.:
This Is accompanied, however, Usher of the paper.
bY wbet,seems to be a collusive
.fh)rt amcmn "me ef th. MII. stoThrye SilaewtursdPaayPerquoPtinuhgli'sheend: unt, elerft libeneinid,. :The wtrman cooktt,
sissiopines en the scene to dis discredit
credit discredit the FBI. identified white man as saying up the4ape story in order -to, isk,.,
Obsequies To Be.1,;:',:'
If the FBI eould be auffidently the woman "cooked up" the rape Plain her absence." 4 0"':41,,,--'
discredited it might be that the atrY to "hide a secret love of- , ;Z.,
fair with another white man from
'Held In Creolodo-t4
lynchers would get off unharmed.
even if their names ,became her husband."
.
known.
1 The woman, nearly two months
..
'rhe implications of the news pregnant at the time,, told offi- 0 ': It. I 1 ..t,t' ' "'" '4 1:44"; il i i
cers she was attacked before r
reports out of Poplarville are that or .mrs.''
edheadr4r:
the FBI is dming a rubberhose or dawn Feb. 24 by a Negro she

101, after widespread dm dmIstion
Istion dmIstion of the 'report that one sus suspee
pee suspee had suffered a cerebral he hemorrhage
morrhage hemorrhage after FBI questioning
the diagnosing physician said
well, maybe the man didn't suf sufter
ter sufter such an attack at all.
The yarn was on its way, how however,
ever, however, and the union's FBI-haters
had another scrap of scrambled
evidence to suppor, their demand
that the organization be dismantied.

There is a smell of collusion
in the developments reported
from Poplarvillea smell of col collusion
lusion collusion among some of the towns townsPeople
People townsPeople to discredit the FBI quick quickly.
ly. quickly. before the agents 'tan bring
to justice the lynchers of Parkor.

The newsmen on the scene are
quoting the various local spokes spokesmen
men spokesmen accurately. no doubt.
Perhaps to keep the record
straight the reporters should probe
deeper and demand to know whe whether
ther whether FBI agents actually have a abused
bused abused their authority and respon responsibility
sibility responsibility to investigate.
Events will Drove the FBI clean
of brutal tactics.
Hoover and the FBI have been
very reluctont to answer these ac accusations
cusations accusations which, in fact, are mere
insinnotionsa nasty kind of dou double
ble double talk.

r!litter Rescues
Grnivi SfrartelPrl
1,1 "I,p Sfl Clair

DETROIT (UPI) A Coast
Guard cutter yesterday teemed 13
Persons. including five teen-aged
girls. who were tranded over overnight
night overnight in a 26-foot sailboat that
rsn aground in storm-tossed Lake
St Clair
Four Coast Guard boats had
hunted through the nigh. for the
missing green And white auxiliary
sloon. The Robo.
Shortly after daybreak. planes
spotted the boat aground in 3n
!lichee of water about -0 mile ansl
s half south of Strawberry Is Island.
land. Island. An Air rorce helicopter
'hovered over 'he boat until the
cutter Maple arrived.
The Coast Guard sal1 the
vonngsteh all of Grosse Pointe,
Mich., appeared to be in good con condition.
dition. condition. They Wad se out in the boat
Wednesday from the Clinton Riv River
er River at Moun. Clemens for a short
trio doWn the lake to Grosse
Pointe. Thev were caught in a
storm and tried to reach Straw Strawberry
berry Strawberry Island to take refuge.

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Nowadays 'anybody who Is ri rilaxed
laxed rilaxed has a right to be nervous
, about it, NIA
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AZ A .10.1, 0 WAAL. a Lao.,,,,...1.vo. sf a
job on the suspects. later identified ai Matk -Charles NO local tervliet Avul to- lot
bare-knuckle
for Mrs. Mildred Chtrlesltedblint
but the shadow of doubt and sus susNo
No susNo one says just that, precisely, Parker.
of Curtmdu, who. died,k yetterdW
Her complaint Included a copy in Gorges Hospital. - ,,,'",,t
picion is put upon FBI methods
of the newspaper story, which The hodY will helake t4V,01.9..
did not identify her by name. ville, Grenada, 1W1i, for Ittn40
bsayidsoaohmriesspoisrtsispriaasuthinatv oolnyeedwhhiachd
'rhe newspaper said one of its services and. htirigl b At
reporters got the inform a t I 6 n Mrs. Redhead it sunived try 144
from a white man who "feared husband. George S. civilian &OW
"FBI agents took him from his
laufferedfter queastiOcnerinegbraRby htreirrhFaB7Ie.
for his bfe if his identity is re- ploye of the I.T. S. Any Caribbesit Caribbesithome,
home, Caribbesithome, they story related.
The agents were described as vealed." Signal Section; 'hermother,? litre
Celina Wallace of' Grenada
putting suspects under day-and"The
inf o r m a t I o n said the a brother, WalterCharleatt Br
woman involved in the lyn,11,,t, -, ', i-
night observation and so therebY
shattering their health and men- meg
tal prooestes, .,,,. case was separated from -her I ,,,,, 4 -,-: p, 1 7 1041
husband abd had been-carrying ' iw",,'
reported under medical care, the
-The wife of another suspect WaS
on an affair with another itian,l1 !,- ,,, ,,,,, ,,,,
of the newspaper Hid, ,,
. 0 15 ODAr0440
soul acorching treatment
"On the night of the illeked , ,,,
her husband by the alien federal
he (the imidentified White LINITI A ,,,
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ly on her psyche.
agents having rubbed off harmful- raPe
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HidingHeiress
Pr6;nises Fathir
Marriage Delay

GLASGOW, Scotland (UPI)
Blonde heiress Katharine Dow Dowsett
sett Dowsett promised her irate father to today
day today she would,wait until she wag
21 to marry the former' VII&
driver with whom the, elopedi
Katharine and Edward Lang Langley,
ley, Langley, 27, the truckdriver turned
playboy, were in hiding from
shipbuilding magnate Harry
Dowsett somewhere in eastern
Sco,land.
Katharine issued her : appeal
through newspapers, her main
channel of eontact with her fath father
er father in the past few days.
"I wish my father'and every everyone
one everyone would understand that we
dont' want to clef7 the English
courts,", she said. 'Seven months
would not be -too long 'to wait
to get married 'go' wetould
be together"- -,
Langley, whom Dowsed called
"a cad," told reporters he also
is willibg to wait until Katharine
is old enough to 'marry in Eng England
land England without parental consent.
"But we don't want to spend
those seven months 'apart,' le
said.
The young lovers eloped to
Scotland to escape, Dowsett's
wrath and to start establishing
three weeks' iesidence. After that
they could marry in Scotland al although
though although Katharine still is seven
months shy of, 21.

Flopd Souncls
Off On Ike's
Budget Bureau'

-- P.
WASHENIGTDi (VPI)''" 'lle
Daniel .1, flood (D-Pa.) says
President Eisenhower's 'Budget
Boreau is running the 'Defense
Department lv determining just
how much Miitey Out be spent on
military projects. e'
In House Appropriations Com Committee
mittee Committee testimony relettsed Thur's Thur'sday,
day, Thur'sday, Flood remokrkedY
"I have proposed to have drawn
and designed a uniform for the
director of the Bureau of' the
Budget with seven stars that light lightup
up lightup with neon fightp, and riding
pants."

Senate Confirms
Gates A5 Deputy
Defense Chief

WASHINGTON (UMPresi (UMPresident
dent (UMPresident Eisenhovter's nomiriatioh. of
Navy Secretary Thome S. Gates
to be deputy defense secretary
was apprived unanimously yester yesterday
day yesterday by the Senate Arined ,kServ ,kServices
ices ,kServices Committee..
Gates was nOminated 'o suc succeed
ceed succeed the late- Donald A. Quarles.
who died ,last week of 'n henrt
attack.
The cothroittee:also unanimous unanimously
ly unanimously approved Williammti. Frtanke
to succeed Gates as Navy secre secrettry
ttry secrettry and Fred A. Bantu te be
Navy undersecrozarx

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;:-"'' ,'. ::' efforts of the Federal Bureau of Investigation to &multi the .lyneher," ,of a''',Nepo ,nanied- 1414,1,
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ungrateful wretch. Beate and airy grace, in Sam- ',,,Vigft11,:):i.:?,,.: ::-,::::0,::,::4,,.,w4:' ::i::-::.::::.,:::4.'iMiin : Neither did the- PB,1 doubt Its
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Something of this admitted uel Barber's "Overture to apa Mik,,,,,:,,:.. ::.4.:-::::,,,,,p,i,.,:::- .A-proT,,i4:::i:iA:i: : OWn ability to net The nine white ,! 1;', ...'--", ..-.4..', ..,,440,
, l'ite4von away from the Goats- 410:7,,- e.,W,..,,,,,,,,R,,,, ,,,,$,45,,e,.::?'. .;;;WW ,,:g,,,,:::: 0)::::, -..::ft-f;i:p-:::::::'
aprehension was much. with me School for Scandal" at least ).::::;,,,t-'01,-3.'"';kik:, : ,:,::::004:,;.4:i'::ivz,:;:": ':4.(1-;:: :w:gx-tai men who murdered Parker. HATTIESBUI(0, Sias. ql.IPI man) claimed she And:, gone. '111,
i' -.. ,-,,srao coast on Maly II by Coast
some of the fault lay with a ?MA- .- ;.;:V.,-i--:',g;::::.... ; ,:?--.0.F.44,,::W9i,:- .:::0:1x..,:W:':.:;Wm:,,,40::,::, The young White,Mothet a Negro a nearby townWherche'saithitet t ''
., last night as I ventured into p, , w,;;-40,,&,i-,-,,,:: 1,,,,,,,,,,,o,,,,;;,.z. :,i,..F.:;,;;:,,-. 10:n:;;:i,tmi
q m vArd, gunboats are belaievaeind
the moist and cavernous Rio hall that plays tricks with ';.,:e.W, 1:.','4,4,-4.?,,.,Aio.1:,,mva,wt,..,,:,-t m,,,,,.a.:?.: Agiiimg The reasoning of lawme,n that 'Inch viczim WSS accused of rali- hugband 1911,11' Prayille, lit '1',, b14 s :
1 :;: :Altai; headieg la y g
Theater to acquaint myself Witti percussion and brass and te -470.',01,1f.:WS,....-VM,SK4:,k.,0,.', v, -',,t;af,K. V.Z.:',Aa they would take the lynchers into ing filed a ope Ina140!rdOlar Mgt tO -pick up someamoney.;Ther '-
' -4 astitIrli, rms pickodth'upwian British
the lastest of the US State De- an 'unfortunate trad;tion' as-- ,,,,:$,-;;',V,'-4,44.i':?-..,:41,-;4,VCR,": '::i: AgN2.0,.:1.P'4 pr.AR 4:::: ', custody went likethis: There were a g a i n s t a Negrias, newsPaPer were trying tg :effect's., reeaneurs;
" tHatiliiIrits- 4 partment's caltdral gambits in signing, or cOndemningi- re- -'-"f.,:),-.4'...4,'114'.,4M: "),14'V:::: ":. tiniteAVaite-',1? nine of them and the community today.' ,,.,.,,. ,,,,,, ,,, ation, he added., The-husband vitt
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,,:::,,,04.,i,,,,,,?, t driving her home,-the,.nian'AlaiddI-;
, uttit... . e certin Latin America.
,,1 ai, :said, it. is mot y t vieWers to Brat rOwS. : f?:,,,11; 4,, -::,:ii;4:aV ,:. -:4,: --;,,,,,, -:,,:i,-,.4-,-0,,-:..0::., is small Among nine conspirators
This particular gambit: being' Since this 'was my -first hearsi' '':: ''-'T. ,4-':- -::ii:::::r0,0: ':::,::-; ,
- Jg:.,,,Ii:':t..' in such an.event, one, at least, is Mrs. June Walters,;,the alleged wheik hi' Aar troke'down,: '09'4'
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the six ships succeeded
the debdt concer. t in an eaten- ing Of Panainanian condactor ,10,6,:-:4:4.:,....,;',,,-,,,,',;--:-.4,: zii::,-:" :1 - --::.:.:.(:...:;::,::;:.,:-. :--:'::r-:-',::?,:).004-:.::;:; :::
iw-5-'''',':: ,::::-..i 4:::::, bound to talk. The talka will get ripe victim, filet tht-oult in i.J.S. ;.,,u',,,, ,,,, LL, .- 4,,,
aissivate,azial
t ;:''''-''''ring arms or men on their
sive Latin American tour by the Roque Cordero's Second Sym- ir-,7,-;:-'..,-,::. ::i,:- 4 ,?:::':?:,,,,,,,,,,,,::: .4.- ::.4.44-:.,-, around and in time,it will get ip federal.' district ..edutt ere. 1.,,,k'','7,..',1,),, ',1,,
.- yerlieltriP. -07, ,: 4..,,9-A, :
National Symphony Orchesta., round enou h so that, the lynchers The ,avoman, of nearby ,petal, 1""1,--7"4.-1,"c".,eg' aPl11r"11.1140' 11,
phony I was startled by its per- ?:;:-::'.,,, -;?',..Q.eg-;::44-4. ? g ,, was gone. the love te rte
Miss., asked damages' for publi- egM b -I IC. rth' P 7
: "7:147' 4-E'''''''ti td unboats and
: ,.,,,Mtta,s Gua. g cussive violence, which often 1,,,::::,,-44:-'-c: -440.::::
. ;,"--: :,:t:.,,,w,;::: -.:mm- e y,- p c ed -up .-e'vvoinallt.
ership of Dr. Howard :Mitch- exploded through hauntingly !,r-F4:;' '':::-;;-,,,,.. ,,,,;:-, i :. .,,,,,,,,,,,,4. ,-m::::-, This seems to be what is tak- cation of a story, in the ,Memphi
t t a
. astinas.are maintaining a s ric p. .,,--;02,,, -:::4:::-::,:,,.::i;:,. .,,,,,. ,:,:::i,:::,.....::,.:;:,,, ---:-:;:4-:, io 'and her; baby and' drove thew,
Publishing Co. of Chicago, Ant- "" 1
en ne .; woman!, aad her loveao
ed me somewhat of Bartok'S :: ::::::i,.,: :::::::,,.0.?: : ::;,..,::0::
' ''',wt the six ships were seen May returned ,4 to, the',. Main helev4ir,:'
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, spread belief, has no connec- early orchestral 'compositions, :: This is accompanied, however, hsher of me paper., . ,.., ,,
...:- ...:?:,.: ?:,i:ig?.:V::::,,1:0. ,fial ling place now in and around Po- Tri-States Defender. She name . ,,, ,
1 Itiat eleng the coast, especially
' lite ',Vkini'y of Amatique Bay,
1L'"tthe foreign minister said.
1
m ell.
of Washington, under the lead leadThe
The leadThe National Symphony Or Ore
e Ore es ra, contrary ta a wide wideh
h wideh t melancholic string passages. .;:7':;::::--:;-,.-, :--::.,:::t:p::,
These string passages remind- : ::.,-1',:-: 4-:-..- '-?'" ::y-:,4:;.:--4?.....,,,,---,-;;:::- .:,.:44,:;::,::::'
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,: ':,:-.:t.::::..'-'; e;0:;Wi-:,',: ::i:':'-':: will become known by name.
plarville. to a secret .hevst 'in the- wooaC t.
as defendant Robert A. 'Abbott ,,,,, ,.. --. t , t
me autsbana. hag -return ,- aod-,.
, io.,,, -, tion vith the US Federal goo- with their statements of deep ::.':ie,,...,4,,,,, :,:. :: by what ,seems tebe a collusive
i ,--,
' The six ships reported by 1.111. ernment.- It is ,privately en- ::: :-:::-, effort among some of the Mis- The newspaper published, a left Ihe ieeneria, Defender tepeit
Slavic sadness and gave me a i:......rt..'tr-,:,,....,.
'-'::. sissippinas en the scene to dis- story Saturday . , ,,,
quoting' an,,, tio et learned. 1,The-werrian' cooke41-
, ale,"aiere operating indepen.dent- dowed and supported and '-'$tr0
hankering to hear Cordero's ,.,......4ii.i?.,.kil,i:-:..,,,, identified white man as saying UP thetape story, in order-to4a1a,
credit the FBI.
1 "ly -of four schooners carrying a records its annual deficit in chamber compositions as well, :'9.:-''!:',,,W..::!:.s-f,?? '' i
,
--force. of invaders which the gov- the best traditions of Ameri- Ravel's Daphnis and Chloe ,,0,- .,..-.4; If the, FBI eould be suffidently the woman 'cooked up" the rape Plain' bet absence." ', ,4 -,a,00.-.
Yi can musical organizations. Suite No. 2 was my least happy .is;-,,,,,,,'.4,, ; discredited it might be 'that the '4'47
to "hide a secret love al- , :, ,e-...-. ..
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. eromant says &IOW Toesda fair with another white man frem -4,4
from the West Cuban province New as orchestras go less experience with Dr. Mitchell's -'-':"';':------. ''-'-'' : lynchers would get off unharmed. Obseq u les' To Be.4"--
, ef Pinar del Rio to attack Goa- than 30 years old it was for :
. even if their names ,became
her husband." .. .0....,,,,
. or mrs ''Aridlie
readings last night, and I found 1111-0,.
tamale. some years patronized much in his tempo too hurried for my - o....4,
- 'H !di C a
e n:, Teno o,....,-,
. 0 Y ,-;, Co Ra p Ai -JpnegvIr., commanding .
0 B. CE EM RI 1 I b ' i .- known.. The woman, nearly two months
t ,, the way- the Pittsburgh Syn17- taste. But mostly I missed- the B- B E ,..,
cers s e,
' There has been no recent word phony once 'was until the mys- officer of 'the lst Battle Group 20th Infentr Fort Kobbe pins The implications of the news pregnant at the time,, told offi- ei, 1a, a ,,
yattaackmettorhoefsnrphy: :or Gmo.,:sg.asmuHdrope,-, d'i't, i'clih,, it:, le. 5,1,R40, d4,h''. etat:::17.:
ger', '''
,f of the four schooners. A govern- tenons convolutions of opinion cloud 1 i k e, floating quality
the Commendation Ribbon With Metal Pendant on Capt. David reports out of Poplarville are that
?aatwner idFlieenbt;ed2till bas Meek Charles Ne. local, servicel-10111.130-litt
which the piece demands to lift -0,,
P. Larsen, comthanding Meet of'the 518th Engineer Company the FBI is doing a rubberhose or
IA' ; ment spokesman speculated yes- resulted in the "rediscovery" of it out of the realm of romantic
l" 1 terday they had probably reached that shaggy lion of mutic, Fritz fluff. (Combat) in a ,ceremony Prior to a battle group review at bare-knuckle job on the suspects.
int Curtmdu, whc diedk yestera$1.
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;I!, Punia Gorda, a British Honduran Reiner. Just why this was so, On the other hand I gladly Sykes Field in Larsen's ho
nor.--(U.S. Army, Photo) No one says just that, precisely, Parker.
of the newspaper story, which The bodY will be take. ter,Oreena,
,:' 1 tiVon on Amatique Bay ..30 noies no one could say, since Reiner but the shadow of doubt and sus-
Her complaint included a co
t identify' her by name. vill, Grenada,,IWItrfor 10,11441,
;, northwest of the Guatemalan city had already been on the Amer- make the sacrifice, with proper
bows to Ralrel, for the splendid. .. picion is put upon FBI methods
did no
,; ; al Puerto Barrios. ican musical scene a goodly reading of Beethoven's Seventh - -. by such reports as that one which
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said a Mississippian involved had
reporters got the inform a t i en Mrs. Redhead it. aurisivedby 1141
number of years. Symphony which followed, and Kobbe' Engineer Officer Detorated
,
, Cuban officials denied the Gua- Well, I am happy to report,. which was unquestionably, the auffered a ,,cerebtal homirrhage The newspaper said one' of its services and, Intriat:04. i, .saaa
from a white man who "feared licueslibnaand-w, aGlleaocreg,e.01:14,
femalan claim that the invasion
' l' parched thouan I might have evening's highlight. after questioning by the FBI.
.,,, "FBI agents took bim from his
'ships sailed from Cuba as part
The orchestra responded to For Fast. Digging At Banyan Tree ,. .,
a communist plot." home," they. story related. for h s bfe g his Wert ity is re- ploye of the II. S; Armytaribbeaut,
- 4 conductor as a clump of willows The agents were described as yealed." Signal Section; 'herotiother,?.litte: -,'
i- .'s In Havana, Premier Fidel Army fhaplain to the wind and the great
a -'. Keene assailed the Guatemalan --...-..1, putting suspects under day-and
1' 0 alterte as sfinternational in- string passages sang with that
fine effervescenie whit4 Beeth-, Capto-bavidj. ,Larlen -com- three Class 30 bridges, three fords "The inf or m a t I on said the a brother,' It
night observation and so thereby Wa erCharles,01-Br
woman involved in the lynr:N. Y' '
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'his twvolulionary regime.
''1'11$ t To Observe 34th
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fli'ealle It a "suspicious coin- V. sal a
eidence" that the report of a new I C
Invasion from Cuba-like that at attempted
tempted attempted in Panama last month
the
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Chaplain (Colonel) Silas E. ly
Dhecker, U. S. Army Caribbean
in will:observe his 34th an anpia
pia anpia oven natter 'atilt', Of even-I-be- dividing.. offieer Or the' 516th, Ent atid".,culverts, 'built or resurfaced
fore, found ifi his heart. gineer Company (Combat); Pert over 15 miles or' roads; establish.
Last night' Natiotiel Bytti- Kobbe, was honored at a review ed innumerable personnel and ve vephony
phony vephony Seemed urPri i in g 1 y by thelst Battle Group, 20th In- hicelar obstacles, constrected field
youthful, and from my eloe !entry for his outstaading work fortifications, prepared billeting a avantage
vantage avantage point I was pertionlar- in preparing the Rio Hato area reas for more than 700 personnel
etigliged by a handsome fel- for Exercise Banyan Tree in'Ireb- and prepared the Drop Zone for
'ow on first cello, who my pro- ruary. He was presented with the use by the 2nd Airborne Battle
t ea a ohn Marti Commendation,Ribbon, With Metal Group, 501st Infantry, which was sh tt rin th he 1th and men Ynung
tala,preo
gsaesefir
The. wife of another suspect WaS
a -,-- case was serrated' -from -her I ,, --: ,,,,,,,,, ,kr,-1; I -1 '4
reported under medical care, the n a'n aftlif ivith ivithsoul
soul ivithsoul acorching treatment of
her husband by the alien federal
agents having' rubbed off harmful harmfully
ly harmfully on her h
psyc e.
. "On the night o
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gram iden .ifi ,s J la, Then, after widespread circu riming ,, ,.,,,.;,; ,., l'al l'alhusband
husband l'alhusband 'and ad- been- ,earryini
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the newspaper said
rape he (the unidentified White
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rAception wi 1 Y the orcheitre'l Celid iinitilat. Pendant.
rate the oeeagietr 'a If his Nilo work' is 1.'anty
be held in the Fort
mador Community Center follow
nig the 10 a.m. Protestant worship las
, service. match for the extraordinary
technique and sureness I saw ' "' to participate an-the exercise, uP- i a .,s .s. ....a t.
Col-Rillph A. Jones Jr., com- on airlitai from 'Fort Bragg,'NC.
mending officer of the battle Just prior to the airborne as asgroup,
group, asgroup, made the,presentation and sault, a major obstacle which con conthe
the conthe accompanying citation was sisted of a combination' of a 600- 'atom .. we ..porg t..at one sus- p -
poet had suffered a cerebral lie liemorrhage
morrhage liemorrhage after F
the diagnosing physician said
t night. he ought to be one , well, maybe the man didn't suf sufnf
nf sufnf Mii-ohpil'e namarla urithnut reau'uY t.-,aPt,Manuel V. Bnsil! foot-long ditch, extensive wiraiins- tar ati,k an attack at an. 44, t;- ii,
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, minis, tiry began with the Evangelical II II,
, II, ( 10). ,, nited Brethren Church at Austin,
nd., hes 23 yeats of lervice as price and chained securely to
us c s an s.
the orchestra's mi t d
If ou have no; ahead real- All units and attached elemente tacks and two anti-vehicular Wen- '1::. --- -"' --- ;-- ----
of the battle troop, except for es of equal length adjacent to the
members of D Company, 34th Ar- drop zone, was declared a hazard
Jungle Warfare to the parachute drop. In I e 3 s :flea yarn was on its way, now.
ever, and the union's FBI-haters
IT 3' 57 hd nother scrap of scrambled
an Army chaplain. ized it, the Ideatical program mOr ,and .ha
10,11 he Vprion4M tylnicohf aft 'flip Training Comer, participated in then 17 hottrs this obstacle was evidence to suppor, their demand
,,,,, that tha nraanization h di n tuTio UV VI' ocut,lauu kL.I.1 II ..
Bselonde heiress Katharine Dow Dowpromised
promised Dowpromised her irate father to today
day today she would wait until she wag
21 to marry 'the former' truek
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11 1 Nineteen babies, 11 girls and
iadgeendtif6ie7d. as Dugald MacAllister, the succeessful accomPlIshment of -"Bottom-bumping" is a Maid- bused their authority and respon respon,
, respon, Exercise 'Banyan Tree. enhead eeremony that goes back sibility to investigate.
, eight boys were born at Gorgas "I wasn't going to let that h,less than three weeks, the to. 1581, the yeat a Maidenhead Events will prove the FBI clean
oriAly,L.,- Hospital during the week which youngster get away," Palmer said citation continued, he planned and mayor was grabbed by citizens of brutal tactics.
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.1, '10t.1, ended Monday according to the ihdignantly in court.
t kilkosol tosswitwok hospital report. Ten of the babeis supervised the construction of and dropPed seat-first on bound- Hoover and the FBI have been
aryline stones. very reluctont to answer these ac- .4 ,.....
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"a cad," told reporters he also memo- t r 4',,
i Lan. .ey whom Dowsett called TO'llia
s willing to wait until Katharine )
is old enough to 'marry in ,Eng ,Eng4
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, "'""Rtt 7 were born in a two-day period. Dur , Mrs. Longworth recently was cusations which, in fact, are mere But we don't want to spend
la Wi P IINEAID1011 4'
,z ....: ing the same week 183 patients Il elected mayor but the town Cowl- insipootionsa nasty kind of dou- .,
those seven months 'apart," le ;4 4:1:''''',4-4:. t'
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were admitted and 170 were dis- p c
olitical Sour es Dou JEFRIMIER1-
, .A., , rets., 1 ell refused to spend the 8280 ble talk. The young lovers eloped to 6 ,allosoloosesomer,
IN Y AR S
:,. .,,,,, .7'1. LIFT charged. needed for bumPing ceremonies
, Scotland to e s c a p e Dowsett's
4, .J rulaERT Parents of the girls were Capt. R b at her, inauguration. 1
'I" 4 ' '4 j IWAN and Mrs. O. L. Murnighan, of Ft. eopening Of 06kes Case rote
"I am sure everyone would like ....r Rescues wrath and to start establishing
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of Panama City; Mr. and Mrs. V.
upoiblits L. Newton, of Panama City; Mr.
nART and Mrs. G. L. Campbell, of Gam
. of Panama City; Lt. and Mrs-. (UPI)
' E. G. Crumit, of Ft. Kobbe; Mr.
1 and Mrs. F. A. Miller, 'of Panama
, nelyheartS boa; Mr. and Mrs. B. Saavedra,
1 1 ity: Mr. and Mrs. M, Mitchell, 0
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NASSAU, BAHAMAS, May 21 son-in-law of the victim,
political sources said tried and acquitted.
today it is extremely doubtful He also was quoted as saing
the nearly 16-year-old unsolved. the Duke of Windsor should be
C murder ease of ir Harry Oakes recalled because he bungled the
- 1 of Paraiso: Mr. and Airs J. F will be reopene& case bycalling in Miami detec detec.
. detec. . . to see the mayor being bumped," o
said Mrs. Longworth, "and
don't mind." In fact, she said,
1 I if f. CI
was she will demand the ceremony. et 00 ei
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Weathir Or Not
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money bill to operate the Justice
ton for talks with U. S. leaders But authorities said Stevenson Department in the new fiscal year LAKE ELEVATIONS.
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