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ANIRRICAWIEGION, AUXILIARY'S "MISS POPPY"--'rhe A A,
, A, merican Legion Auiliary's Miss PoPPY, 'Lynn O'Connell, a Junior
roeinber:of.the'Auldliary; called: on Oov. Willia,m E.- Potter on
, the eire of. National PoPPy.Day td present him with a Memorial
Poppy.:,The, Poppy vras hand Made by a hospitalized veteran
trOni -materials fu,rnished by the 'American Legion Auxiliary
and in- turn purchased, by..the Auxiliary for public distribution
torbe.worn in memory of the men and women who couxageous couxageous-
- couxageous- .1y...served our country in time of need. Chosen as "Miss Poppy"
for.1,959;,,the 'oven-Year old miss is the daughter of past Unit
President-VS.40am O'Connell and.the granddaug'hter of past
OepartMent'COMnIander JohnlVzO,'Connell; Public distributibn
ef the veteran'S MerbOOPITO1SDIek,PY!, thelegion and' Auxiliary
will. be 'Otiid,unieat44,-1ater
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r.e erans.,,, joupsAnnoun;e.f..ans
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Canal Zone -,Ifeterans 'organize 'organizetions
tions 'organizetions today isstiect their annual
invitation to the general public
to attend the annual Memorial
Day service at 'Corozar Cemete.
ry 'next Saturday,-
The prOgram, this year being
conducted under the auspices of
the American Legion, xvill start
at ,9:43.-a.m. Participating orga-
nizations inclu& representatives 1
bf the Caribbean ComMand and
Principal speaker this, year
will be Col: Edward T. Impara Imparato,
to, Imparato, Deputy Chief of Staff of the
Caribbean Air Command. Distin Distinguished
guished Distinguished -guests from LB services
will, participate as well as hon honored
ored honored visitors from Panama.
Music will be provided by the
776th Air Force Band under,. the
direction of -CWO Berman W:
Preceding. the' exercise will be
a procession under the command
of the' Grand Marshal, Cll. Wal Walter
ter Walter J., Preston Jr., of. USARCA USARCARIB
RIB USARCARIB headquarters.
Salute to the dead dn. be giv given
en given by, the Balboa High School
R.O.T.C., Firing Squad.. and- a
recitation "by Miss Christine
Memorial prayers will be gilt.
-en by Rabbi Nathan Witkin, Ca Catholic
tholic Catholic Chaplain (Mai. Edward
A. Kozlowski of the U.S. Army,
and; Protestant Chaplain (Cdr.)
011 CZ United Fund
',NEW YORE, May 23 Rabbi Na.
than Witkin, director of the USO USO'
' USO' National Jewish Welfare Board
Club ,in, Balboa, C. Z., has been
appointed USO's official repre-1
sentative with the area's Umted
Rabbi Witkin replaeed Arnold
Nodgson, of the' YMCA, who pre-,
viously handled those duties.
Now that the aimed Services
YMCA Branches in the Canal
Zone have been withdrawn from
VSO and will make an appeal to
the 'United Fund, the activities
in behalf of USO in its relation relation-
- relation- ship, with the United Fund will
be taken over by Witkin.
, USO has asked the Zone Unit United
ed United Fund for 318,37 for its nation nation,'
,' nation,' al and world-wide program. This4
figure is pereent, more than
last year'k appeal. Witkin
, now forming a small committee
of Influential persons to aid in
10 obtaining funds for USO and to
assist in the Campiign.
The armed Services Depart Department
ment Department of the .YMCA conti continues
nues continues ai one. of ithe six member
1380, agencies. In the overall
pieture,; VS0 will eontinue4 to
support '-23 installations of the
" Armed 'Services department of
the UMCA to the extent of about
$1.000,000. a year.... Ten :,perma.
itArmed Services YMCA
, Branches have been withdrawn
ijp te"11, VS0 financial support in
1960 in, an effort to use these
, funds for eXpapsion US0' over over,,,
,,, over,,, seal services. ,4
James A.- Whitman, U.S. Navy.
All veteran, civic and fraternal
organizations will partcipate.
Chairman of this 'year's event
is George Viet. Co chairmen
are Edwin Ward and Earl Hight.
Vieto- will act as master of cere ceremonies.
monies. ceremonies. In the event of bad weather,
the ceremonial services will be
held at Jadwin Hall, Fort Clay Clayton.
ton. Clayton. At1 p.m. on .the same day, the
US$ Falcon, commanded by Lt.
Edward J. Sottak, will perform
a special Memorial Day sea
service. The ship, with a limited
nufnber of guests, will leave Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Pier 18. Principal speaker
during the sea services will be
Capt. Luis V. Castro.
Brucker To name
Appeals Board Men
For, Merit System
Rufus Love lady, president of
Lodge 14 of the Atherican Federa Federation
tion Federation of Govemment Employes, has
received word from Washington
that the appeals board set up un under
der under the Canal Zone Merit System
is expected to be named this
Love lady was informed by
AFGE national piesident James
A. Campbell that Secretary of the
Army Wilbur M, Brucker was to
make his final selection of board
The five man board which will
review appeals from job evalu evalutioias
tioias evalutioias made on the Canal Zone un under
der under the CZ Merit System will be
comprised' of one local-rate em employe
ploye employe 'nominee, one US-rate em employe
ploye employe nominee, two management
nominees and a chairman out of
The Merit System went into ope operation
ration operation Pet). 22.
Since then there have been ma many
ny many requests fir review of Merit
System rulings, but in the absence
of an appeals board, no formal
Chief announcer of CM Tv
and radio, ,Sp5 Joel T. Daly
leavis this month for the states
where he will' compete in the
All-Army Entertainment Contest
prior to separation'from the ,serv ,service
ice ,service in early July.
Daly, a graduate of Vale 'Uni 'University,'
versity,' 'University,' as an,English major, en enlisted
listed enlisted in the service.July 18, 1956,
and was assigned to the com command
mand command on. April 10, 1957.
Since being with CFN, DAly
has 'met many of.the visiting dig dignitaries
nitaries dignitaries and, interviewed them for
the home ;audiences.-
When asked which of these
inter views was his most thrill thrilling
ing thrilling he answered, "I believe It
would have to be Billy Ow
ham. The sincerity this man
g'Let the people know the truth And the ieuntrf is ate
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, 'PANAISIA, II:, P.; SATVEDAY, MAT.23; 1950'
Education Ministihr Carlos Su Sucre
cre Sucre today waited on attendance
reports to come la from, all of fa fanama's
nama's fanama's high schools to come'. in
before deciding.whether any dis disciplinary
ciplinary disciplinary measured will be taken,
against those students who twi twit
t twit attend ;lasses yesterday.
Yesterday morning semis 80
por cent of Panama City's high,
schools obilyad Instruction is is'
' is' sued by tho Panama Students
Federation Thursday to stay
awayfrom classes yesterday
"to pay homage to student mar
tyrs' and In protest over "mist.
It is understood that during tbe
aftemoon the!, number of high
school students who failed to at attend
tend attend classes was greater than
during the morning hours.
Last night student and labor
spokesman called for a national
crusade to put an end to "social,
economic and political instability'!
and for "a more, decent, and 4,'ho:k
nest country" at a well-attended
rally in Santa Ana Plaza.
The speakem spoke harshlr of
the present government but 'the
meeting was-orderly and no inci incident;
dent; incident; 'orr elashea'Avero reported..
'The new Roy' Scout camp, a
Madden lake has been officially
named "Camp Chagres," it Via 8
announced during a special benef benefit
it benefit performance at the Balboa
theater last night.
Brig. Gen.' George F. Schlatter,
president orthe Canal Zone Boy
Scout ,Counciltmade the public
announcement, minutes before the
best U.S. Army entertainers on
the Isthmus put on their special
perfOrm a nee.
Schlatter, introduced by Lt. Col.
Blaine W. Butters of the Army
Special Services, thanked the en entertainers
tertainers entertainers for giving their time
and talent to the benefit. Also par participating
ticipating participating was the crack 79th Ar Army
my Army band.
Ile noted that a special commit committeed'
teed' committeed' beaded be'Lt. Gov. John
McElheny bad waded through
more-than 90 suggested names be4
fore making its ;recommendation
to the executive board of the
The special -committee narrow narrowed
ed narrowed its selection down to three na names:
mes: names: Chagres, Teddy Roosevelt,
and Alhaluela. After further deli deliberation
beration deliberation it submitted the three
name to the board but recom recommended
mended recommended that Chagres be chosen.
The board, 'meeting in 'Pedal
session last ,Wednesday, unani unanimously
mously unanimously went along with Chagres,
named after the river that feeds
the great locks network of the
Canal and a river perhaps rich richer
er richer in New World history than any
other in the Western hemisphere.
Plans are' to dedicate the new
camp, which replaces that at El
Volcan, on july 9 when Lady
Badan-Powell, widow of tbe
founder of Scouting, is scheduled
to visit the area.
Money,raised during the benefit
performance will be used in de developing.the
veloping.the developing.the new tamp, Camp
CFN's Departing Daly Tells
displayed both before and dur durIna
Ina durIna the program, will always
be remembered 6 as a grist
point in my IMO',
One of Daly's, Most amusing
incidents happened just a few
days ago in the ,.Fort Kobbe
snack bar. Daly and M-Sgt. Car Carter
ter Carter Hampton of thk, FortKobbe
information. office were eating
lunch when friend of Hamp Hampton's
ton's Hampton's joined them. UPOn sitting
down, Sfc. Billie temmer MP
Investigator for Alio post, 'noticed
CFN patch Daly was wear wearing.
ing. wearing. or the next hour temmer car carried
ried carried the bulk of the conversation,
.alkIng about "the great Joel Da Daly
ly Daly CFN1 and how much he lik liked
ed liked his ,showmanship. Both Daly
RICARDO :AND Mr RSSIANS Dicky' Arial (right) Panama's ambasasdor in Washington,
former president, and strongly-tipped as a runner in the 1960 Presidential Stakes, chats, about
the world and that sort of thing with chief Russian delegate .to Cepal, Vladimir Eftzikin
(center). Bazikin is also!an ambassador. He is Russia's envoy in Mexico City. His last big
embassy problem to become public was when the Mexicans gave the abrupt heave-ho to two
of his aides accused of meddling 4n a series of big Mexican strikes. At right is one of Bazt Baztkin's
kin's Baztkin's unheaverhoed aides, Koryakin Victor Iva novich. The photo ws,s,taken 'at.ta, reception
given last night ,tor all Cepal delegates, brPanama's minister of -finance Fernando Eleta.
Visitors and-assorted stray tip tipplers
plers tipplers wandering about the Tivo Tivoli
li Tivoli Guest -House Thursday and
Friday were ,zto doubt puzzled by
the assorted luggage ,strewp a about
bout about the lobby durmg the' two
days. But the big trunks weren-t
hiding bodies,-only the vast col collection
lection collection of dress clothes required
by the barnstorming Washington
timld ladies were somwhat
elarmed that the musicians might
do their changing in the lobby
itself, they could' have consoled
themselves 'with, the thought that
this would have been a more de..
sirable state of affairs than last
year, when members of the New'
York Philharmonic were forced
to change in the street outside
the Rio Theater 'before a con concert.
cert. concert. Originally, the' National Sym Symphony
phony Symphony members had planned to
do their changing at the Rio
Theater, before concert time. But
for some mysterious reason the
wardrobe trunks were not- mov moved
ed moved from the Tivoli lobby and
the music makers dressed in
their rooms just,,before, the con con.
. con. cert.
A little hectic, no doubt, but
still ell in a day's work for tour touring
ing touring cultural ambassadors.
MEMPHIS ,(HP1)'--- The Mem Memphis
phis Memphis Commercial Appeal said to:
day the FBI is about to close its
investigation of the M. C. Parker
lynching at Toplarvilleo
The newspaper said k had
heard ,that '"fichences of federal
prosecution' in the ease ire abont
eliminated." It said it received
reports that' the Justice Depart-,
ment had found no clear-cut evi-,
dence of violation of federal law.
The Commercial Appeal also
said it learned that FBI labora laboratory
tory laboratory work added materially to ev evidence
idence evidence which 'had been compiled
against Parker indicating he was
guilty of' raping a white woman.
and 'Hampton thought he knew
Daly and war just ribbing him.
Tito final' still brings chuck chucklas
las chucklas from Daly. As they wore
leaving 'Ammer Thrust out his
hand and said 'tbr thi way
my name's Lemma, what's
The list of J'pe6ple' 'Daly has
brought before the -CM audi audience
ence audience goes luta' OUP hundreds. It
ranges from Dr. Molina S. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower through Prince Phillip to
U.N. Secretary General Dag
Ha mma skjold.
The "telethons' he did for the
United Fund ire classed by Da Daly
ly Daly as his greatest all-around ex experiences.
periences. experiences. 'The fine people
met and the things learned a about
bout about 1114t tia,- those two shows
s sate",----Abraham Lincoln
will remain high on my list of
accOmplishments,1 said Daly.
On winning the command enter entertainment
tainment entertainment eontest, Daly described
himself as "the most surprised,
schocked and, without a doubt,
the happiest person in this build building.'
ing.' building.' His 'routine on "The Age
of Noise pulled the string which
sends him off to Fort Belvoir for
the All-Army Contest soon.
Daly plans to stay in the tele television
vision television field end hopes to get a
job with 4 station on the east
coast ate his discharge.
He Is a native of Spokane,
Wish. and when asked how
he me't his wife, Sue' Kay, who
is deem Rock Island, he
blushed end remarked some.
thing about It being a long sto
Drake of Panama S. A., with
H. A. Lott, Inc., of Houston, Texas
made an apparent low total bid of
-3,228,300 on the Cardenas hous housing
ing housing project which takes in the con construction
struction construction of 57 quarters buildings
and the development of the area
north 'of Corozal as a townsite to
be used by the Federal Aviation
A' sgr A. -or 4
L- Panime economists headed b
inanct Minister Fertiffid0 Elea
and, delegates from the Mexice
office of Copal will, begin a -two.
day seminar Monday on a re report
port report on "The Economic Develop Development
ment Development of Panama."
AU-study was presented to the
eighth ,meeting of Cepal, which
comes to an end today. The semi seminar
nar seminar will begin at 1:30 p.m. Mon Monday
day Monday in the assembly hall of the
law faculty at the National Univer University.
sity. University. The seMinail will begin with an,
analsis of the evolution of Pa Panamaniati
namaniati Panamaniati economy between 1945
and 1956; Industrialists, execu executives,
tives, executives, labot unions, civic and stu student
dent student organizations have been in invited
vited invited to attend the seminar.
In a two and a half hour final
plenary SISSiOn yesterday after afterneon
neon afterneon Cepa' briskly approved 22
resolutions retommended by the
three, committees which had
been working through the week.
All but four of the resolutions
were approved unanimously.
' In the remaining four, the vari various
ous various 'abstentions included ones by
the United States, the United King Kingdom
dom Kingdom Argentina and Peru. In all
cases the abstentions were for
the same reasons the countries
concerned had given for withhold withholding
ing withholding approval of the projects in
question in the committee stage
This evening the ceremonial ses sestiOn
tiOn sestiOn of the United Nations meet meeting
ing meeting Will name Caracas as the site
of the comniissions next meeting,
, Cepat's 2-Day Seminar On Panama
Of Tivoli:Jrunks,: Gets,Started At University Monday
r r;7 .4 ;?:
ittonomlsts boadad b -fast light all delegates weir
1, Minister Fernand Elea the guests at a receptimrof Pana;
legatas from theMoxic ma!s finance minister Fernando'
f Copal will, begin a Ow. Meta,' who has presided over most
minor Monday on a re. of the plenary sessions of the Ce
"Tho Economic Davolop- pal meeting here in the post two
Dalai Lama Asks
MUSSORIE, India (UPI) The,
Dalai Lama of Tibet appealed to,
Buddhists throughout the world
yesterday to pray the "h i n-.
drances' faced by the people,
who revolted against Red oppres oppression
sion oppression in Tibet wotild pass away.
The young god-king spoke dur during
ing during celebrations of the Lord
Buddha's birthday in Mussorie,
the Indian hill resort where be
lives in exile.
He said the teachings of
Buddhism had become so deeply
rooted into the lives of the Tibet Tibetan
an Tibetan people that Tibet itself was
covered with sanctity.
"However, to the misfortune of
the Tibetan people, the faith of
Buddhism and its practice has
undergone a 'period of deteriora
tion (in the revolt) and a great
number of its true follower. have
had to suffer in the cause of its
uplift," the Dalai Lama said.
"Hence I appeal to all to pray
that the hindrances may pass
Panama, Texas Firms Apparent Low Bidders
On Cardenas Housing Project Near' Corozal
total base bid with the additive
items, Isthmian Constructors, Inc.
made a low offer of $2,28f1,772 on
the base bid which inchicies the
construction of 32 quarters build buildings
ings buildings plus the development of the
and the development of the area area.
north 'of Corozal as a townsite to
be used by the Federal Aviation Close bidding by six contracting
Agency. firms featured the bid opening held
Although Drake was low on the yesterday afternoon in the Admi
ry. Sue is presently In the
states with their first child, a
son born this week.
Daly will probably be remem remembered
bered remembered best for his Yawn Patrol
Show on wbicb his faithful com companion,
panion, companion, "Sp3 a m Sturdley,'
cracked jokes and generally li livened
vened livened up the morning platter pa parade.
rade. parade. He says he abandoned the
characterization when "I was be beginning
ginning beginning to think Sam'a jokes
wel'e funny and Was actually
laughing at them.'
Like most people in his field,
Joel has his idolJohn Daly of
"What's My Line" fame. He
hopes some day to be doing the
same type of work the other Da Daly
ly Daly does now.
Throughout the' world world,
, world, more people' buy
ihan any other
Remaiiiing On. CZH
A Gorgas Hospital source today expressed misgiv misgivings
ings misgivings at the wisdoth of a complete new hospital for tke
Canal Zone, although for several years most apthorkties,
have agreed that the present plant is obsolete and inef inef''
'' inef'' ficient.
It was pointed out today, although a new plant would
streamline service, there is considerable uneasiness that
it would also result in on added-rise of Canal Zone' liv.;
In addition, doubt has been expressed as to the wis:.7
dom of constructing a new hospital building in a com7',
munity with a gradually diminishing number of citizen
The Gorgas issue returned to the limelight yester;-
day when the release of testimony from recent closed:
doordlearingt in Washington revealed that Canal ttilie
Gov.:William E. Potter has asked Congress for 4unds with
which to begin a new hospital building.
eotter asked that $550,000 be budgeted to beg;OE
work, but at the same hearing expressed considerable
doubt at firmly ieconimending the $8,000,000 project, foi:
the new hospital.
wL-Gorge titels-71 err- is, oth other
er other infortnetiltatiretirtmetrigel this
puts Potter in the, equivocal posi position
tion position of asking tor funds he does
not believe should be spent in the
Gorgas Hospital, along with
the Coco Solo facility, serves a
community estimated at noarly
100,000 people of which mons
, then 40,000,ato not, rosidonts of
tho Canal Zon.s. ,'
Thus, in the event that a new
hospital did affect living costs the
full burden would be supported by
lonly 50 to 60 percent of those di di.rectly
.rectly di.rectly benefited.
An alternate seheme long tau,-
,ed of would renovate and alter tne
present plant at a tost .63 mil million.
lion. million. Criticism of Gorges Hospital
is contorod on the lono.outmod lono.outmod.
. lono.outmod. od cantonmont plan unclot which
tho facility was concohnid anti
In terms of contemporary hospi hospital
tal hospital methods the result is ineffi inefficient
cient inefficient and time-consuming.
It means that. records, labors laborstory
tory laborstory and supply services must be
operated over long distantes by a
squad of messengerS.'
It means that patient In pe pediatrics
diatrics pediatrics or wherever,- Must be
wheeled varyitig.distitnee's ,--often
nearly a quarter' mile4,40-the cen central
tral central operating'tonnirfor surgery.
And it means 'that 'patients'
meals must be moved Over these
same distances,in special heating
carts, often resulting in cold or
All of these problems would
be eliminated in a modern multi multistory
story multistory hospital where nearly all
nistration Building at Balboa
Other firms making offers rang ranging
ing ranging from $3,293,730 to $3,371,595 on
the total base bid and the addi additional
tional additional items were Bishop Inter International
national International Engineering Inc. of Pa Panama;
nama; Panama; Southern Construction Com
pany, of Augusta Ga.; McDonough
Construction Co.of Miami, Fla.:
and Forcom Latmom, Inc., of
In addition to the construction
of quarters buildings, the work to
be performed under the contract
will consist of the grading of the
townsite area, construction of
roads, sidewalks, Aanitation, wst wster
er wster distribution, electrical installa installation,
tion, installation, storm ,drainage systems, and
The base bid consists of the con construction
struction construction of AO three-bedroom two twostory
story twostory duplex buildings; 12 two-bedroom,
two-story Aluplex buildings:
six three-bedroom. one-story sin single
gle single units; and four four-unit ba bachelor
chelor bachelor quarters buildings.
The two additive items speci specified
fied specified the construction of 15 two fa family
mily family two-bedrOom buildings snd
10 three-bedroom duolexes.
The contrict on the project will
be awarded in the next two weeks
and work scheduled to ba com completed
pleted completed within two years.
WitstO roserdo and laboratory laboratorymode
mode laboratorymode move rapidly by wareV
dumb waiter service.
In addition. to ,the ,anal Zone a,
rea, Gorges also serves the large
network of US military and' State
Department people throughout La Latin
tin Latin America. In this respect, ,It Is
far more than a Canal ZOne
None of the criticism of Gorgat
ha s been aimewdhi:ht htahse hemehedireattl.
ed top-notch by authorities around
US Officials Think
Break Coming I
In 13111-4 Deadlock
GENEVA, May 23 (UPI) A American
merican American officials today expressed
confidence that Soviet Premier
Nikita Kbrushchev's desire for"a
summer Summit Conference will
force a break in the; Big Four
deadlock over Berlin and Ger-
Secretary of State Christian .:A.r
Herter, they said, is resigned to
several more days of fruitless
filibustering by Soviet Foreign
Minister Andrei Gromyko before
the Russian makes. some bid for
an interim deal to pave the way
to' a top-level meeting.
Herter believes. however, that
by mid week Gromyko should
have squeezed 'twist of the pro propaganda
paganda propaganda value out of the present
Wks and be ready for some
down-to-earth secret negotiationn
to 'ePse the Berlin crisis which.
the Kremlin whipped up in the
An American spokesman de declined
clined declined to say whether Hertat
had set -a deadline for 'either
making some progress here or
calling off the current foreign
ministers conference without any
For Good Turn
A 27-year-old rodeo "roughrider,'"
was the beneficiary of a 8224,000
estite yesterday because he .pur
posely lost a' :state championship
contest six years ago.
At Burnie, in northwest Tail!
mania, Arthur Miles signed, pa papers
pers papers that made him the sole ben.
eficiary te the state-of di;m1ong di;m1ongfield,
field, di;m1ongfield, 80, who' died three month
Miles was riding g bucking
horse to almost certain victory
over felloy contestants in It roU8b
riding competition sir years 'ago
when Longfield 'tell in front 'Of DO
The 'young cowboy ,yanked at
the reins and pulled the liorte
gwly 'from tongfield.' Butilli188
forfeited the championshiP,,,
"That's one thing you'ir never
regret doing," longlield told hint
later. no old ma had 00
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lospital for the
olete and inef inef,,
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Anal ZonC, tiv.;
d as to the wis;
ding in a com-'
ber of citizens.,
lot Canal Oho
1 for ,funds with
geted to begm
000 project, fo'r:
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and laboratory; -'. '
spicily by wareV -5, t
service. ,, ,'''
1,the,Canal Zone it, 't.
Po serves the large
military and' State
)ple throughout La-
I this respect, ,It Is
a Canal Zone ile'
criticism of Gorgat
d at the medical
chich has been rat-
' authorities arounti
ils Think- :-
ay 23 (UPI) A-
ils today expressed
it Soviet Premier
phev's desire fore
nit Ccmference will
in the; Big Four
Berlin and Ger- ',
' ',...'.'": 1
State Christian :A. ''.
laid, is resigned to
days of fruitless
y Soviet Foreign
pi Gromyko before
lakes some bid for
II to pave the way
yes. however, that -:.,
k Gromyko should
most of the pro- I
out of the present
. ready for some
oriin crisis which, '.i,,
vhipped up in the :
in spokesmar de-
y whether Herter
?adline for 4ither ,
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
r, OWN. AND rusosHin ay THE PANAMA Am007CAN PeflIk
;' 4 rouNoaD MY NELSON ROUNSIVELL OW
HARWOOD MINAS. EDITOR
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LOCAL EV OATI.
PER MOWN IN ADVA NCI i 70 ' 0 100
PAII lam ,MONTNIII IN ADVANCE :0 SO 00
POO ONE Yea IN le 50 "LS 00
THIS FS YOUR FORUM RIADIRS OWN COLUMN
The Mail lex is an open forum for readers 9f Tim reflood kin9rican.
tenors ore received gratefully and are handled le a wholly-copfidgetial
If you centribute a letter don't be Impatient if it doesn't appeal the
isext day. Letters are published in the order received.
Fleas try to keep tite letten limited to one pate length.
'dimity of letter writers is held in strktest confidence.
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements or opinions
expressed in letters from readers.
THE MAIL -,,,:..13,JQX
NO NEWS IS GOOD NEWSt;..
Why does (TN insist on attempting to preseit vitak..tthey talrhpto-the-mmu.e
news each morning at i by goinEell toe way:tp.loos
Angeles lor it? Rare indeed is the morning-when the connections
are good enough to hear more than two or thretcomplete inteligible
What a inuddled mess. Apparently they have a teletype from
one cif the wire services for the daytime and evening newscast; at
CFN, or do they just read the Panama papers? Why can't they stir
around a bit and get the news together locally. Some of those birds
there must be able to read English, even at 7 a.m.
Many mornings I have been only frustrated;ijaner than inform informtd,
td, informtd, after trying to catch a garbled news report-01)ov. the'ditrtit,the
,,,shower, the kids screaming they can't, find the other sock, and at
aAlpitting bacon. It's really annoying to hear something about a plane
'"erash or storm and it sounds like it's happening near your hoint
'town. You just hear enough to wonder and worry.
I like the pop music at that hour. The selection of tunes is gclod.
don't even mind the five-minute sermon before the so-called news news.tast.
.tast. news.tast. Even though religious admonitions don't impress me in the
:,tehaos of the kitchen, I can overlook it. But I wish that 7 cm. L.A.
,..sews came through as loud and clear as the ministers.
1 They seem always to read the same tleivr ity,Panorama time,
'''every hour on the hour and again at 11. so why not read the same
eld stuff again the next morning? It might be a little stale but at
least it's intelligible.
While the inauguration of the Canal Zone Merit System and the
Single Weir Scale may have brought much well-publicized unhappin unhappiness
ess unhappiness to many CZ wage earners, there is at least one who has reason
for happiness. An employe of a certain commissary has not raises
amounting to more that S2000 in less than a veer. Now if the man mant
t mant 'gement set about gettinr an extra t000 worth of work out of this
Individual, the setup wouldn't look so bad to the r-st of us.
11, Unfair to Others.
PROFANITY AND THE MOVIES
, The lgtter htv. "Movie Lover" (Mail Box. MAY lin gave the im im,nresitior
,nresitior im,nresitior that all Teenager are atik,. T am lb Teenager. 13. and
'mow whnt goe trnly think tht any eet oorc ;rnri
listening to nrnfaritr in the movie are listening to themselves.
Where would Teenager hear nrofanitr in he firct place for one
have her-d mIng ',hilt using rritanitr. Then Teenage,b(Wa Ilse it
- because they think it's big "Tf the adult ran do it. CA ran, vie."i
T admit a int c,(10g on at the Blbe mov;e that shouldn't. T don't
think it 4 entireiti th Teeneeere fault. But anyway, a "Movie
, Lover" said youth must have it
Picini Med Teenager.
t2.1;3 AN HOUR FOR TRUCKDRIVERS
on lt,avp In the. TTS T note 010 the rielvert of truekt lett tb,n
;$ tilt tont are tin hour in ritlikiperrriao tht
-so tvot bri.izt2iliff )11, the mon000ligti6xoTTCOTliriptitlisifitriwspo4-
!tong notfit in Pnntrols
neivore of Stlfrcid tritet-t with P IPogi navloa of 20 tont or more
get 11 an holt- nrtvers of rillMn trucks with a capacity of 16 tons
" or over 1,1 T shorArs lot tl 7c1
will be back shortly to my old job on the Canal Zone and will
then endeavor to enlighten Isthmians on other rates of pay in the
US, where ketchup is 24 cents a bottle and Carnation milk only 16
cents a can. This compares to 35 cents for canned milk in Panama,
thanks tc peonage in the milk industry in the Interior
pr.,:bistylts Sethistiperill :
I am not from Georgia and have.never been in a chain gang.
have, however, been employed since my youth by a certain
PX on the Canal Zone. However, I don't think I would have
fared much worse in Georgia.
Apparently the manager of this PX has never managed a
large group of personnel before. RecentlY, for instance; he
forced everyone to attend a party that rnany 'of ut did naitiant
to go to. We would have gladly contributed our money' to let
the free loaders till themselves with liquor and food, but we did
not want to show up ourseltes.
This was bad enough. but his faulty leadership is further
exemplified in the attention he pays second-hand tales told by
' bne employe against, another. He goes around asking floor
sweepers how long such and such an employe takes leir
Who are his friends? Do you think he steals? What Mile toe);
he report for work? This sort of snooping is underhand In any
I had thought the Hitler era was over. Several newspapers
have found space to mention that the US won the war against
him. The winning generals seem to have overlooked this pocket
,of resistance in trie PX. A good PX manager does not have to
he a dictator.
--,, Lover of Democracy
What is the big idea of CFN-TV cutting Out the commercials
, again? Didn't they get in trouble for doing the ,same thing a
dew years ago? Are they Just waiting for someone dotiii,'here
:to walte to one of the sponsors about what's going on?'",
Ot is it that the Quarry Heights brass is trying to bdtter up
Panama's businessmen again?
I would suggest they put the commercials back and quit
'trying to be a good Joe. Every time they try to cut, a commer commereel
eel commereel they foul up the rest of the show. Commercials are part of
the program and I, for one, want to see them.
.,, secret police Two to each 10 of
- - --
. us. They always kept talking about
What God being Marx and Lenin and
Mao. They showed us the so-called We ma'
, are industrial wonders of Manchuria,
you the big machinery. They- said it
was made by the Communists. alit
-,, staring ihe little plates. said 'Made in
410e.i 0;', 1 1.T. S. kV' ',, ..: '1., ' 2'
, "In Harbiiii we 'saw few tPeopl
- ,. ,,
, Haven't ,,;, On the' street sitid 041 traffic. Eyery Eyery,
, Eyery, ,, ', ': "'NAY was whrifitit ail di), ha big
,, you factories excent a few. Children
- were packect into nurseries and CI
' Pi ,'
, ever taught to say ripd is evil, Lenin
. anti Mao are good.
A". ,io seen ,'
, s, "I said to -my bcrither I do not
,,,,,t a I eturn to a prison. The Dalai La Mt pos
,,,, ,,,,; said in Tibetan is one young broti
.i,, r to another even in your coun.
!!., , s-,,'
,. : 0,41-0' lying ,, try, 'Take it easy, go your way.
L : loitti- 40 Y- Find Freedom.'
,, ', 0.0 ," down ,
, "I find it here in your country. Indivio
,,. i 0,1
, z o 0:,'; And I hope to find some way to
,,, ,.. ,, before? ,';,,K ,.,,. ,
. .,,f 4tt.r, , help my people."
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4 ' .fr; ',.-0-, ,, 4s.,;:',W;i4: '.:.: i'.5:,. -,,e4?-4 ,.,410;;:4k DARTMOOR, England (UM morn,
I ,.: t,i
' ,, I ,'itodli'llILL;i9t040,C.A.'-44Atp.:224;i:4 The jailbihis at the grim Moor-
land Prison here are now bird- O
' '''"' TONY CURTI'S AS HE APPEARS IN "SOME LIKE IT HOT'
I NEVER IN ALL SHOW BUSINESS-HAS THERE BEEN AN
. ; i : FNTFPTAINKAPNT i IKF THIS NF I The DOVOn Birdwatehlag sod.
- WED. 27th LATIN AMERICAN RELEASE!
' '' AT THE
, dbl.& Vida TH EATRE ,etv told the prisoners yesterdav
- they were considered members of
fife society and any notes they
might lik to submit on 91. flab.
PR of birds would be published 4
1 '' : by the society.
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TONY CURTI'S AS HE APPEARS IN "SOME LIKE IT HOT"
NEVER IN ALL SHOW BUSINESS-HAS THERE BEEN AN
FNTFPTAINKAPNT I IKF THIS NIF
WED. 27th ,LATIN AMERICAN RELEASE!
AT THE Netta (Mita THEATRE
By VICTOR ARBIL
Those very clever people, the
Chinese Communist leaders, do not
trust Nikitl Khrushchev, nor- ,do
they seem to be fcAut of the burly
little man, ssid Lobsang Samden
of the Tibetan God -King's House
of Tahkla in a voice through which
echoed the wisdom and weariness
of the Orient.
Young Lobsang knows. He and
his brother observed it in Peiping.
His brother is the Dalai Lama,
now in MuAsoorie, India, binding
up the wounds of his refugee peo people
ple people wounds from the machine
guns of Red Chinese -pursuit
Slim, graceful, ,, year ottl
Lobsang, not too long ago a mem member
ber member of the Dalai Lama's; five-man
high government council, is in
New York. We .talked for hours
the other day of the months Ale
spent with his God-King brother
watching Khrushchev, Mao Tse Tsetung,
tung, Tsetung, Liu Shao-chi and the others
in the global Communist high com command
mand command trying futilely to brainwash
or break the Dalai Lama.
"I spent a year with my brother
in Peiping." Lobsang said as we
sat somewhere in mid-ManhaIttn.
"One day the Communists drove
us out to the airport. :We found
ourselves shaking hands with
Khrushchev and Bulganin. The
next night there was a big state
banouet. Afterwards. Khrushchey
sought out my brother. who was
being isolated from' all ambassa ambassadors.
dors. ambassadors. "Khrushchev talked to us pri privately.
vately. privately. He told us how lucky we
were to be liberated from the Ame Americans
ricans Americans and riritish He said that
'neligion was evil: -He Would send
engineers and technicians into Ti Tibet
bet Tibet and show us they 'could do
what God couldn't.
'Just then the Chinese Foreign
Office offieial in charge of the Ti Tibetan
betan Tibetan Mongolian Manchprian
section came over. He asked us
to excuse ourssetves for a moment.
We went with tifelle inWtis nei neither
ther neither to sneak tA the Russians .nor
to trust them They seemed to hate
each other." Lobsang enntinued.
The Tibetan snoke quickly, apo apologetic
logetic apologetic for his occasionally broken
English. Pis gracious voice grew
wistful and nostalgic when he talk talk,ed
,ed talk,ed of his four, brothers ,, and two
sisters. He closest to the. Dslai
When they returned to Lhasa
from Peiniorf. they found Russian
engineers dic!ging for oil in the
north, Awl trying to locate iron
, and lead deposits.
"The Russians dug. I3ut the Chin-1
ese ConftriithNts wining hts I
out as a oeonle all 6 000.000 of
us. In Peininv.. Mao and Litt told
us that religion is poison. Ile said
the monks and I am One of
them should be put to work,"
"They were brainwashing some
'7.000 of nor vow neon's,. from
he ages of seven to 27. TheY took
them frona These and the 'farms.
The Commiini4s bronehtPort fo
reining where I Saw 2.000 of them.
They taught our young neonle to
hate Og and to sneak only Chinese.
Then they sent them ban), into Ti Tibet
bet Tibet 500 at a time. They used
them to form vonth grottos. wo women's
men's women's groups, business groups a,nd
"The Chinese htt;,e bitrned all our
temoles. They' have stolen much
of nor food and goods. The wool
of the Yaks. whieh used to go to
the S. and India. now is taken
by them. They take butter. cheese.
grain as well ss the yaks. ,They
used to nay in ghld; then with
'Chinese then4 they lust took
the neople's 100d. arta goods on
I asked Lohsang why be left Ti Tibet
bet Tibet in 1957. Ile was with his broth brother,
er, brother, the Dalai Lama, in Sikkim, In India.
dia. India. then.
"It is not enotigh to say there is
no freedom."' he retitled looking
at me and the gentle fellow from
the Church World Service, now
caring for Lohsang.
"It is sloW death in an mien air
prison. The Communists builtroads
and said you can travel. Rut you
need a pass and they didn't give
its any. They created a 'nubile'
bus svstem. But we found that only
the Red soldiers can. travel, just
as only they. could eat much of our
"It is all all China a big
prison. When we were there, they
surrounded. our party ,of 250 with
secret police Two to each 10 of
us. They always kept talking about
God being Marx and Lenin and
Mao. They sbowed.us the so-called
industrial wonders of Manchuria.
the big machinery. They- said it
was made by the Communists. Mist
,the little plates, said 'Made in
"In Harbiiii we 'saw few t,eople
On the' street ited oil traffic. Eyery Eyery14)00
14)00 Eyery14)00 waa Whrking, ell cia'y ha big
factories excent a few:Children
were packect into nurseries and
taught to say cimi is., evil, Lenin
anti Mao are good.
"I said to -my brother I do not
teturn to a prison. The Dalai Lama'
said in Tibetan as one young broth4
Pr to another even in your coun country,
try, country, 'Take it easy, go your way.
"I find it here in your country.
And I hope to find some way to
help my people."
DARTMOOR, England (UPT)--
The jailbihis at the grim Moor Moorland
land Moorland Prison here are now bird birdwtchers.
wtchers. birdwtchers. The DOVOn Eirdwatehing 'sod.
,etv told the prisoners yesterdaY
they were considered members of
We society and any notes they
might lik to submit on th
Its of birds would be published
by the societi.
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MAN ABOUT TOWN
Franchot Tone could be happy
with, dancer Elaine Carter or Aar,
Susan Strasberg. Chums report bol
lookers have him dazzler,. .Gr4ci
Metlaious ("Peyton Place" sovel sovelist)
ist) sovelist) and her. husband have inti intimates
mates intimates thoroughly confused; Are
they partedor not?. Joan Caul'.
field's estranged husband, produc producer
er producer Frank Ross, is being consoled
by Genie Marin. ;New Lend Lease
Laurea,Bacalra, two Ants got the
Me,aalea- in 1.0040n from 4tritiih
star Kenneth More's child Sarah
."My Fair Lady" dancer Ca Cathy
thy Cathy Conklin returned the engage engagement
ment engagement ring to Eddie Foy, 3rd.
Alan King (with Judy Garland's
show) is the first comic to be
heckled at the Met Opera House.
Front a drunk seated in-a box.
In the, ntxt ftedbook Asst Oardaer
says her only genuine wist, "corn
y as it sounds, is to have a
baby". Jsraell beauty Hay& Ha Hareit
reit Hareit nadn't been in the USA three
days when she was datisg F. Si
natra. .The 'Marquis of Millard
Haven is suing a British paper for
calling him,an "ahss". Khrush Khrushchev's
chev's Khrushchev's great disappointment is his
son Sergei, who has : decided to
shame 'the, family -and become a
Steve Allen's production assist assistant,
ant, assistant, Gloria Cromwell, weds James
Reina (mgr. of the Garroway pro program)
gram) program) June 6th. Internal Rev Revenue
enue Revenue hit the headwaiter of a fair faired
ed faired local night club -for130,000 in
back taxes. Anita Ekberg's un unadvertised
advertised unadvertised date (while she was
here) was rich realtor Cy Feld Feldman.
man. Feldman. Did the hide--awoo places
nightly. .Copa landlord J. Podell
wires: "You were right about
Louis Prima and Keely Smith be being
ing being pAmerlca's. top: might 'club ast asttraction.
traction. asttraction. In their first -week they
broke the Copa's attendance ;and
gross receipts) record". 1. .It's a
girl for the George Woods (actress
Lois O'Brien) at Mt. Sinai. Do Dorotnea
rotnea Dorotnea Freitag, musical director
of "Chic," -the neit revue,- is the
only femme batoneer in town.
H'wood scouts are recommended
to the bartender (Dolores Napies)
at the Hob Nob.
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OFFICE IN PANAMA
leg Central Ave. at
merrier of "I" Street
O. A. De ROUX, CARLOS MOUVNES V.,
from 1:00 a.m. to 12:30 a.m.
SATURDAYS: froM IA a.m. to 12:00 noon
Danny Thomae pretty datigh datighter
ter datighter Margaret sees the Dodgers
games with Dan Topping, Jr.
Curvy, chameleon eyed blonde
Ste Hz Stevenaot Bing's "Say One
For Me" Movie, is ackchelly-:Estelle
Eggleston of Yazzo, Miss.
Mrs. Alma Slcum Dupuy, rich di divorcee,
vorcee, divorcee, showed up at Cafe St. De Denis
nis Denis with a 25-karat sparkler. She
is keeping tne donor's name out
of the columns...Keefe Brasselle's
ex-wile Norma married industrial industrialist
ist industrialist George DuBois.on the coast...
The Marquess Portago, the Wye Wyely
ly Wyely widow, and Ernmet Hughes of
Time-Life, enjoy, the secluded
corners of the Pengiun. ."The
Winchell File" tv series (recently
syndicated in Australia, the Phi Philippines
lippines Philippines and Hawaii) is now seen
in Japan. .Beverly Chase and
teevee actor -Larry Weber were
marrifeA City,Hall on the Ho
CARrInt4,1ildYisol sudden 4e 04 14
left her eoustleas friends '111
state of shock. She was in a coma
for seven days.
Billy Martin, 2nd Baseman for
the Cleveland Indians, calls his
fiancee from Danny's Hideaway,
his pet New York bistro. Sive is
TwA StewardeSs Gretchen Wink Winkler.
ler. Winkler. They wed in Oct. Neronica'
Lake's new door-opener is Arthur
Osner. .If you have a dinner date,
with Lily Pons take her to any
health food delicatessen. She's
'on a wheat-germ yogurt, soy bean
'binge. .Five of the ten sellut
'Broadway hits lost their capaci capacity
ty capacity biz early last week. Angry
Young Man Jon Osborne, whose
new London play "got worse no no'
' no' tices than Judas Iscariot," has
'barred producers, agents and di di:rectors
:rectors di:rectors from seeing it. If they try
Ito get by the ticket-tearer they
get a refund. foe Hanson, long
ago N. y, Journal ace, now wriest
'boos for tots. His first is "Grand,
father Todd of Old Cape Cod." Ilan
son says Dr. Defoe told him there.
were six Dionne babies. One was
Add Look-Alikes: The exotic
counter girl at Prexy's on East
Mth Street and Mme
nor Donahue of "Father Knows
Best" and movie actor Jack Jones
are engaged, but too busy with
boxes, for jewelry and
front St. at corner
of lth St.
tehir careers. Date only week weekends.
ends. weekends. .Trude Adams, who was
such a hit in Vegas (with ner zip.
py song -styling), cancelled all Eu European
ropean European ,bookings. 41-ler &utensil so
ordered. -:.The citilyums parted
parted Barbara Hutton's son and
Jill St John a dozes times. But
he just gave ber a new diam)nd
ring so large it hurts her hand.
Steadies at Downey's: Erick Port Portman.
man. Portman. "Touch of the Poet" leading
man, and Helena Carroll, under understudy
study understudy for Helen Hayes' dghtr in
it. ...Eddie find, Ida Cantor are
IfictiPtolable. over', daughter Mari Marilyn's
lyn's Marilyn's serious Illness.
Don't Invite Dept, Jockeys Ed Eddie
die Eddie Arcaro and Manuel lcaza,
idol of the 2-buck set. Terrible
feud. .I3'way ticket broker Wm.
Sherlock -and cutie Sissy Cnrle
were wed at St. 'Patrick's, yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. V'Irra'dilili for the Sandy
Leeds.' The ladda is the Wings
Club exec. Mirror movie scribe
Quinn's son John merges with love
ly Joyce Zazula on June 7tii.
Tommy Dorey's former mate
(Patricia Dane) and Gould Morri Morrison
son Morrison are casing each other. Ale
GioldfineA' ease forgotten at
the?Nhitt firlds'e;' The President
insists on being billed for ail golf
fees any golfer would have to pay.
Don't Invite "Two For the See Seesaw"
saw" Seesaw" co-star Dana Andrews and
his Westport, Conn. neighbors to
the same canoe. Rapped their mo morals
rals morals in the local gaze te...Richard
Boone, a navy pilot in the war,
took the train back to Movietown,
.Bob Neal's chums at El Mo Momem
mem Momem shrug off those "engage "engageme,nt"
me,nt" "engageme,nt" reports with Debbie Rey Reynolds.
nolds. Reynolds. Bob. gets engaged to every everyone.
one. everyone. .Gloria Grahame is another
wtHr gets her mime Oinked with
scads of lade Aut for two years,
they say, her realLove is a young,
handsome and poor Swiss, who
dwells in Pula. His name is Re:
my Klein. .Mo Ily Bragno's escort
Albert Bostwick, Jr had Warwick
Raleigh Roorters wondering who
he?. :Virginia ,McManus, school
(Prosintad by the'. Department
of Christian Education of tha
Episcopal Church in tho Mis
sionary Diem of tho Panama
II Corinthians 5:11-20
SERVANTS OF THE KINGIV
"God hath givon to us tho min
istry of reconciliation; To wit,
that' God was in Christ, mon.
tho world Onto himself..
Now wo aro Ambassadors for
Christ', es'ithough God did be beinch,
inch, beinch, you by us!
We expect DMZ things of our
clergy, and too may of those
things have little to do with their
(tolling. When a man is ordained,
he agrees, before God, to do cer certain
tain certain things: to teach his people
the Church's doctrine as contsin contsined
ed contsined in the Bible, to' administer the
sacrament, to banish error and to
exhOrt,, to be diligent-An Prayers
and in reading the' Hely Scriptur Scriptures.
es. Scriptures. to) fashion his own and his fa family'S
mily'S family'S life to be a-wholesome ex exrnPle,"enti
rnPle,"enti exrnPle,"enti to 'net Aforth as much
so he, Olin, quietness, peace and
,- Ile is Ordained 'to dispense the
word ,of God and the sacraments.
the ordination service never men menflops
flops menflops hind reitiner oreatlitation.
Or many countless tfiings the cler clerev
ev clerev are Called noon to do at tha
eXT)PlISO of time Intl ettArgy which
Might be devoted to their God Godgiven
given Godgiven work.
Mink shout your own pastor
Are vou wasting his nrdination?
Itew do you help him? Pray for
, 7 ".4
and powdered pi) my a d mit r of
George Washington seemed to
hang over the-hearings,ot Adm.
Lewis Strauss last iveek.
The precedents he -allegedly set
forth for'restricting Information to
Congress were quoted, as, they
have also been quoted repeatedly
by the EisenhevierLadministration'
in repeatedly natioWIng the inlorf.
mation given to Controls and the
The interesting question, howev however,
er, however, is exactly .whaV Washington
did do as firstlresident 'of the
nited States that 'give Mr. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower and his CabinetAtembers
sorts of informatirt'as matter
of "executive Orivilegethe glori glorified
fied glorified label ler secrecy.'
The questicin Importanr be because
cause because right no: genie Senators,
such as Joe o'mahoney WYom WYoming
ing WYoming and Win Henningst,ef Mistiou4
feel that a vote to confirm Strauss
as Secretary of Commerce', is a
vote to make official ind perman permaneat
eat permaneat his refusal to answer Congres Congressional
sional Congressional questions,' thus ,permanent ,permanently
ly ,permanently narrowing already narrow narrowed
ed narrowed field of information.---
How much lice's legal adviiirs
and Strauss have really Aug into
the precedents set by Gel'orge
Washington is not known, but it's
suspected that either they haven't
sone much qr else, they have -convenient
Attorney General Rogers,
when counsel for the old Truman
investigating committee, used tol
argue emphatically from the oth-'
er 5ide of the table. He maintain maintained
ed maintained that the White House had to
supply information to Congress..
WHAT WASHINGTON DID
One man who has dug into
these secrecy precedents, howev however,
er, however, is Russell Wiggins, executive
editor of the ,Washington,Post and
Times Herald, president of the A
merican Society of Newspaper E Editors,
ditors, Editors, and a ,relentless seeker of
His painstaking research is high highly
ly highly revealing and should be requir required
ed required reading for Strauss and other
Cabinet members who balk st an answering
swering answering questions from Congress.
marm who did" time' for beet1g
nawdee, is writing a book, called
Nev dio 41k
"Anne Frank" star Millie Per Perkins,
kins, Perkins, in interviews was reported
to be 17. Her office s udio biog
has been mixed, to ,21., Datebooki
a teenagelnag. cwot,ea,-1
as saying is' 23. .Mariko
Niki, the leading lady in the
play, "Teahouse of the August
Moon," and hugband B. Dekle had
an image at Kobe, Japan. .The
father is with the American Con Consul
sul Consul Service. Add Big Tippers:
Mrs. Viola Clayton, wife: Aia rich
Rhode Island mill owner. gave
WO tips 'o the Manny Wolf's mai maitre
tre maitre d' two nights in a row. .Rick
wiilard of WNEW and model Lu Lucille
cille Lucille Shade will be Little Church
Around The Cornered May 24th.
Jackie Gleason is busy on a tv
sueetac honorina Godfrey. Paris
stylist Coco Channel. says a re renee.
nee. renee. will hve her life !dory' film filmed
ed filmed by Fred Brisdion. How Is he
gonne xkip over her-pro-Nazi re record?
cord? record? tab,
- ) lc
Cai le 16 Oeste, from Calle "B" to Calle "1"
Calle 17 este. from Calle "B" to
-- Me. Aneont 1roni Calle "I" to Ca "1"
A, Calle 47.,'!''Irom Ave. Atteon to
t' Calle 16 Oeste
Calle "IV from Ave. aeon to
, Calle 17 Oasts ,,
Calle eV' all
Calle Monteserin (part of It)
tatodisMte. from Calle IR" to
, Calle Domingo Dias
Xv-i4 antral, fram Calle "Iin, to Calle ,1r14
Inn P 0771,F:f :!)1 t pt
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Thei-101 bilk le- bit ederoi
B a riourn hi Or 1.Anua.171, "'";:'
Liter first ',andf-major ,.bestei
whether -President Washington Wei
to:siva.- embarrassing informatios
to. Congress came after Gen.;St
Clair's force of 1400 men was bur
prised by an Indian attack. nem
Miami, Ohio on Nov. 3, 1794 witi
a;loss of 90; mea.i -, ,.,,. Al
-The disordered defeat wailful,
lit embarrassing to the executilvi
branch of government rbut tti
House of Representatives paean
a-resolution to investigate, and do
mended the records. ,...
President Washington called e
meeting of his Cabinet to dec di
whether the confidential paper'
should be sent to Congress.. ,,:t
, The, minutes of tnat Cabinel
meeting, as set forth by Thomai
Jefferson, are revealing. ,' ,., ,.--
"Hamilton," recounts Jefferson a.
"agreed with us as to the powet 7
of the House to call on beadc'el
departments...But be thought elm,
self not so far subject' as to -be
obliged to produce all the papers
they might call' for. They might
be secrets of a ve,ry mischievous
nature." ,, ''
Ana at this point, the lounder
ilof the Democratic, party,,leffer
son, 'added this parenthesis regard
big the fotmder of the Itipublicat
party, ilamilton "(Here :I thought
ihe began to tear they would gots
Ito examining how far their owe
members and other persons in tht
government had ,been dabbling, in
stocks banks, ete)", P
I "Fli;ally agreed,"-cencluded4cf
ferson "to speak separately tothe
members of the committee, SU
bring them by persuasion ititollit
right channel. It wet agreed it
this case thst there was not a pa
per which might not be proper13
produced; that if they should do
sire it, a clerk should attend w;.,t3
the originals to bet verified 133
As editor Higgins sums it up:'
"The House demanded the papers
The Cabinet agreed that thi
House might institute inquiries II
thought it might call for paper
lit thought the President should ex.
,oercise. discretioni ,'-but : in thit
ease decided to 'make, all the pa
Higgins continues his painstak painstaking
ing painstaking research to show how the 'exe 'executive's
cutive's 'executive's confidential correspond correspondence
ence correspondence WAS generally ,given ,to Con Congress
gress Congress in the early days of the P,e P,epublic,
public, P,epublic, but how, secrecy hs
steadily increased "until now it
threatens to deprivecitizens of
the knowledge. essential to self selfgovernment."
government." selfgovernment." 4-,
He cites the struggle of our An AnglOurrnnf
glOurrnnf AnglOurrnnf aPP.RsinFsat tgaitiann
securing freedom o information
from the British Crown, and quotes
the messages of Washington, Jef Jefferson,
ferson, Jefferson, Madison and Monroe on
freedom of information; ,
There seems no doubt where the
Founding Fathers stood on this
1 In contrast, Strauss repeftedly
refiised to testify befork,the Sen Senate
ate Senate Judiciary Committee in MS
regarding certain phases of the
Dixon-Yates eonflict-of interest
case, the biggest since Teapot
And testifying before the Senate
Interstate Commerce Comiliittee
last week, he still refused to an antwer
twer antwer those qutstiom said he
would continue to do so, even if
advised to the contrary by the
As I am cordinuing to make
improvements in my serv service
ice service to you, I'll have to.
suspend electrical services
on the following days:
From 11 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.
From 3 cm. to ,8
a. 1 s,
litititiiAt MAY421, I959
I WANT A WOMAN!
Age, looks, color, figure or marital status
not important. However she must be fluenk,
In reading ,and speaking English and Spanish'
and an extrovert who gets along well with
people, has a pleasant speaking voice and Is
society conscious. If she likes children and
is, a little on the gossipy side it won9,t hurt
bit and if she likes to keep busy and make
money, all the better. Please call me for an
interview appointment. R. Bettis
atecutive announcing -it
would fight,against House passage
ef, the Senate-appreved labor re.
"We intend to wage a vigorous
, battle in the 'House to' secure
proper and necessary legislation
which WoUld' 'aid -labor and man managemenCin
agemenCin managemenCin ilollght -against cor cortuption."'
tuption."' cortuption."' k,
WASHINdTON-4enate Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic leicler 'Lyndon; B. Johnon
at-Tex.), .siying he vwill, neitaer
, ruPPfrtt smor 1 erPose Senate COO COOfirMatIOO
firMatIOO COOfirMatIOO ,,' -12eWiti L: Strauss'
-notilintitjoititts't secretary' ofcent.
, "The confirmation, of altY
should be.baed on each,.senator's
judgment of that .rnan's
siek to ,tpeak-,for' no' one
WASHINGTONThe FBI; in a
itateitenti itw. investigation of
"Ther4 la ho basis in fact for
the allegiftions. of improper con-.
duct and harassment of local citi cititens
tens cititens 'which' have been made
against the' FBI 'agents investigat investigating
ing investigating the Mack' Charles Parker case
in Poplarville, Miss."
SWANNANOA,' N.C. 4 ,Patricia
Dennis, 21, a .coed at Warren
son Celine, after critically batter batter.
. batter. ing former roommate ROSA Wat Watterson,
terson, Watterson, 20, with a hatchet:
"I know what I've dont, and
I'm, goidg to pty for it. Whatever
the Cour4, no. -vil(Z4V-...rr.:,1.-'47,74.A
INDIANAPOLISThe Rev.. Ar Arthur:
thur: Arthur: Miller, newly elected moder moderator
ator moderator of the United Presbyterian
Church 'in the U.S.A., saying
"reconciliation" is the greatest
challenge to the church today:
"Divorce, juvenile delinquency
end home problems are more
acute. We need to help people 'un'-
derstand each other, parents and
children, different cultures
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DINNER GUESTS Cricessionaries of the Caribbean 'Army and Mr rorde Exchallge Service are- greetedlby Maj. Alvin E.
Weber, central exchange dfficer, at a farewell dinner giVen in his honor. Weber be teavin:soon for a new'post at the
ArmY Aviation-center, Fort, Rucker, Ala. In the 'front row, left -ot right, atre S. E. Pierpont, Paul Gambotti, Bobert Wells and
Fernando Jimenez.' Second ,row, left to right are Eddie 'Jayens, Adrian McCleary. Michael,Maduro and Rupert, Britton. Inthe
third:row are Richard Dehlinger, Claude Mottley, Austin Tomlinson, Phillip 0ttison and Eugene Singley.
DULUTH, Minn.Tom O'Heir,
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (UPI)
Southern Baptis:s yesterday elect elected
ed elected an ardent prohibitiontst; the
Rev. Ramsey Pollard of Knoxville,
Tenn., as their. president for the
Dr. Pollard, 56-year-old pastor
of the Broadway Baptist Church
of Knoxviller, was chosen over the
Rey.' Roy O. McClain of Atlanta,
Ga., in a .ruiitOff election at -the
102nd ,Aanntial 'meeting of Nt h e
Southitiv Baptist ronVerition., Re-
will- succeed farther U.& R e p.
Brooks Hays (D-Ark.), who; has
headed the 9,208,000-member de-1
nomination tor the past' two years.
At a news conference following
his election, Dr. Polird said elect,- 1
hol is "the greatest curse we have
'in America today".
F4'1, favor a return,- to., legal pro prohibition
hibition prohibition on a mationwide basis,"-
In response to questions about
his stand on racial issues, dr.
Pollard said the Supreme Court
desegregation. decision is "t1 e
law of the land and should be
Ile added, liOwever, that "there
are' many localities where, be because
cause because of conditions, it will take
some time for this law to be car carried
ried carried out." He said that "in prin principle,"
ciple," principle," he regards enforced seg segregation
regation segregation as incompatible. with
.curtainikktitothingt-t gout' human
brotherhoodbut "in practice," he
recognizes it w)I1 be necessary to
head of the Duluth Crime Preven Prevention
tion Prevention ,Bureau, discussing regula regulations
tions regulations to keep teen-agers, mostly
girls, from swarming aboard Eu European
ropean European ships sailing through the
St. Lawrence $eaway!
"They're just romanlic ki4s who
want some foreign lovin". We want
to catch this in the bud before'
an international inOdent devel develops."
AWARDED SERVICE PrfoiS Chit lian employef of theA1B. Army Caribbean'Ingineev, See lion ;'w o have bitwOerv.S0',:'and,9
years "Of service with the ILK' government were' presented service' pins'. at a ,recent tereMony.,Lt. Col.' Donald F. Rogtril,,USAR Rogtril,,USARCARIB
CARIB Rogtril,,USARCARIB 'engineer, made the presentations, Left to right, first row Emello,,,Joseph And Either- Smith, -supply
Charles Al, SW.' ,roadVand Iledunds.,testiorillarold p Linda, buildings maintenance' section;)William E. Arnold, ,titilities branch
and Joseph, Barttechio auPPly diVialdrk;;,Lelt, bact, row: JosePh.J. Reichart and George Ji.Blat!lemen, roads and grminds
Section; Charles Mitchell,: preventive, mahltenance; rod Ko bbe ; Alpha R. Prescott) roads and grounds section ;, William, 1,
, Bright, supply, division; Guy :Thmas, realty "officer,. Engineer Bectison, Fort ClaytonftRogersvilohn 'J. Rogers,,,utilities branch,"
Leslie ILI Cox, buildings maintenance sectionf Abel A Lagassie; roads and grounds 'section 'and Jessie nine, 4ostallation leo leo.
. leo. Emeterio Chlari, supply division received a Pin;,, but, wu not-present at ths teremony.1GIL Army' Photo) tAi
"go slow," In eliminating racial
The Rev. James 11. Bulthan of,
East Spencer,' N.C., c t a bt ad a
short lived controversy by -charging
in aspeech that one professin'
at Southern Baptist Seminary In
Louisville has-indicated in some
of his writings that he regards
certain fundamental -Baptiat doc.
trims, such, ac the virgiwhirth of
'IBuTmitif did Pot name ?the pre preIiissor
Iiissor preIiissor but referred to him as-having
come -to the seminary in. 1953
from England. Seminary officials
said Bulman apparently referred
to Prof. 'E. C. Bust.
, Seminary President -Duke Mc McCall
Call McCall drew thunderous applause
from the 15,909,,messengereand
alternatet by- ieading a passage
from a, recent ,article by Prof.
RUst which said that '"The virgin
birth is-not a myth.'
Dr. McCall said the passage' he
read showed clearly that the pro professor's
fessor's professor's Views are "precisely the
reverse of those attributed to
him.',He said Bulman's charge
were "based on malicious distor distortions
tions distortions and untruth."
The messengers then roared
overwhelming' approval of a mo motion
tion motion to leave the whole matter to
the seminary trusteesin effect,
a vote of, confidence for the semi seminary's
nary's seminary's orthodoxy.
There -wee a lengthy debate
over' a 'constitutional amendment
proposed by the Oregon-Washington
Baptist convention to admit
Canadian churcties to the -Southern
Baptist felldwship. Supporters
said 'there is a growing body of
Southern Baptists in Canada who
Wish to be officially recognized
by convention affiliation. Oppo Opponents,.
nents,. Opponents,. including several top all,
cials of the convention, said the
amendment would be interpreted
as a Southern- Baptist "invasion'
of Canada, and that it would
rANAMA, AMJERIC4111. L Alt DTD!PENDENT. put, RZWILPAPItil
cause herd. feelings among es established
tablished established Saptist bodies of Cana Canaille
ille Canaille amendment was never put
to a vote. Sponsors withdrew it
from 'consideration on a teelmieality.
MIA ler's Death,- ---.
PITTSBURGH (UPI) A part parttime
time parttime minister' and university in instructor
structor instructor faked his own death so he
could shed his wife and two tbil tbildren
dren tbildren to marry 18-year-old.coed,
detectives said yesterday.
Police said the fantastic death
scheme of Ronald Field, 27, an in instructor
structor instructor at the University of Pitts Pittsburgh,
burgh, Pittsburgh, fooled authoritits and even
his father until the truth was
learned from hisTgirl 'friend.
-The girl was identified by Alle Allegheny
gheny Allegheny County Detective Chief Ted
Botula as' Carol Hickey, an attrac attractive
tive attractive journalism freshman from
Columbia, Pa. -She said she had
planned to join Field somewhere
in the West after he dropped -out
She said Field wrecked Ms for foreign
eign foreign autorribile 'at the foot of a
steep hill near the Monongahela
River May 13 tomake it appear
that he had fallen out and
So realistic was the "death"
scene that firemen dragged t h e
river for two clays in an effort to
"I knew-He was married, but be
wasn't getting along well with his
wife," Miss Hickey said, "tad we
'were In lovt.""-" 'ex
TWO Week's Extension Oftife Given
Starkweatiler Through Father's Appeal
LINCOLN,' NO. (UPI). Red Redhaired
haired Redhaired Charles Starkweather gain gained
ed gained at least- two more weeks elite
yseterday when a federal judge
heeded a lather's deiperatei pre predawn
dawn predawn plea ,and stayed the mass
slayer's execution 90 mniutes be.
fonrhe 'was to die.
Federal District Judge Richard
E..Robinson of Omaha atdered the
delay se there could be -further
court inqUiry into Guy Stark Starkweather's
weather's Starkweather's charges -his son's con constitutional..
stitutional.. constitutional.. rights have been vio viorlated
rlated viorlated by 'hit lack of an attorney.
,Eterkweathers, Ered the
20-yett-vittA ex-garba ge'.4ecillector' s
tounsel: 'nearly a yeari4go because:411e-
lawyers contended the
yOuth :was insane when he killed
..IPTersons, in Nebraska, fidelity fidelityoming
oming fidelityoming in December, 1.937,46d Jan JanItem
Item JanItem 1958.
Word of the '-attry retehed 'the
thunderstorin .rocke6 Nebraska
Prison' only 20 minutes before the
youth's head and legs were trbe
shaved se the death dealing
electrodes eould:be fastened se securely.
The Rev.' Robert, Klein,.- prison
chaplain. told young Starkweather
about 4:30 ash. that he would
not have to keep hie 6 ctn. ap appointment
pointment appointment with the executioner.
.."There was a lottd clap of
thunder just before the telephone
calLcame,' the Rev. Klein told
neeomen. "There might have
been some significance in that
Guy Etarkweather had asked
Federal District Judge Robert
Van. Pelt of Lincoln Thursday for
a writ of .habeas corpus to stay
the execution until a further anneal
could be prepared. Gov.. Ralph
Brooks had refused .to intervene
and the State Supreme Court had'
refused to order a new trial.
Van Pelt denied the request.
Starkweather, telephoned Robin Robinson
son Robinson at home about 2 'a.m.. The
judge asked the slayer's father to
send him a telegram, giving the
reasons for seeking an appeal.
Robinson received tht wire at
his downtown Omaha office about
4 a.m. two hours before Stark Starkweather
weather Starkweather was to enter the death
ch a mber.
Robinson then Issued an order
saying it appeared Starkweather
"is and has been without" prov prover
er prover legal counsel and might be in
custody "in violation of the Con Constitution.'
stitution.' Constitution.' The order was telephoned to
Acting .Warden John Greenholtz
and Governor Brooks. Greenholtz,
through Rey. Klein, told Stark Starkweather.
weather. Starkweather. Brooks; 'through his ad
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10!) Itirmrox ntl A :!;
NEW YORK fUFI) two
leading steel executives said
yesterday the steel industry is
determined to resist any wage
increase this year.
They called upon the United
Steelworkers Union to accept the
Indus -ry's proposed one-year con contract
tract contract extension to help fight in inflation
flation inflation and combat the inroads
being made by cheap foreign
The statements by Roger
Blough, chairman, and Clifford F.
Hood, a director, of U. S. Steel
Corp, suppor:ed the strong stand
taken this year by industry ne negotiators
gotiators negotiators in their contract talks
with the union.
Dollars To Combat
OK'd By Government
WASHINGTON (UPI) T h e
House Appropriations Committee
voted funds yesterday to set up a
high-powered 'brain trust' in the
State Department to mastermind
global warfare against commu communism
nism communism on the economic land politi political
cal political fronts.
The money was included in a
$649,896,700 appropriations bill to
run the State and Justice Depart Departments
ments Departments and related agencies in the
fiscal year starting July The
House is scheduled to act on the
bill next week.
The committee also provided
the full $200,000 sought by the
Justice Department for continue
ance of its special drive against
the nation's top criminals. But the
committee expressed disappoint disappointment
ment disappointment at results from the drive
during the past year.
As if in reply, the department
disclosed just a few hours before
the report was issued that it had
begun a nationwide roundup of 27
big name racketeera for consoir consoiring
ing consoiring to obstruct justice and "de "defraud"
fraud" "defraud" de United States. They
were indicted by a New York
Afproving the'Money the
comm ttee cut President Eisen Eisenhower'.;
hower'.; Eisenhower'.; request about 4 per Cent.
The State Department received
$217,610,000, a clit of 0,0,725.000.
The Justice Department sot 8264.-
100.000, a reduction of $10,975 000.
Rioeeet sinote item rejortoft by
by the committee was $9,875,000
which the Justice Deoartment had
sought to build a new maximum
security prison for hardened crim criminals.
inals. criminals. A committee had recom recommended
mended recommended southern Illinois as the
elle. The House committee gave
no reason for its refusal to put
up the money.
In granting money for the State
Department's cold war brain
trust, the committee said it could couldnot
not couldnot understand why the govern'.
ment hadn't undertaken some
such project long ago.
Under the plan, a special staff
headed by Robert P. Terrill, a
career foreign service, officer, will
devotefull time to analyzing Red
moves 'and ways to tombst them.
ministrative &oxidant, notified
newsmen, about cm.
If federal Mists rule Stark Starkweather's
weather's Starkweather's rights vrere protected,
it will be up to Greenholtz, as
warden, to execute Starkweather
as soon as arrangements can be
Starkweather dined on steak
Thursday night,. visited more
than three hours with his family
and went to sleep briefly. He did
not undress, but laid atop his
bunk, in the death row of the
When the Rev. Klein came in into
to into the cell about 2:30 a.m. he said
he found the youth "all set to go'
and "he was showing no emo emotion,'
tion,' emotion,' When the stay came two
hours later, the chaplain reported
Starkweather "brae out in a big
smile -and 'shnok my hand.'
The youth's companionhe says
willingly, she says unwillinglyon
his murder spree, Cern Ann Fu Fugate,
gate, Fugate, now 15, is serving a life
sentence in the Women's Reforma Reformatory
tory Reformatory at York, west of Lincoln,
Attendants said at noon she had
not been informed of the delay.
Her attorney still hoped Stark
weather would clear Caril of
complicity and welcomed the stay.
Met Museinn In NY
To Break Precedent
With Six-Day Week
NEW YORK (UPI)The Metro Metropolitan
politan Metropolitan Museum announed yester yesterday
day yesterday that it has. so many visitors
it will have to close down for one
day a week.
The museum said attendance
had doubled in the last 10 years.
This stream of visitors, combined
with a decrease in city supitort
for the 'institution, has. made it
impossible to get the necessary
cleaning and maintenance done
and still remain open seven days
a week, as it has for nearly 70
NO MORE NONSENS?
TRENTON, NI. (UPI). The
New Jersey Assembly admitted
last night that at least half of
the, platforms of the political par parties
ties parties are "nonsense."
The assembly voted 49-0 to limit
state party conventions to one ev every
ery every two. years and thtfs "eliminate
the notsense platforms" veritten
in non-election years.
Steel Industry To Resist
Union Drive For,,PayRc
David J. McDonald, president
of the union, declined to comment
on the remarks except to say
"they have said nothing different
from what they have said be before,"
fore," before," Me Donald already, has reject rejected'
ed' rejected' the wagefreeze as "economic
nonsense that' eventually would
breed another recession."
Two four-man bargaining teams,
meanwhile, met again in an effort
to makcheadway on a new con contract
tract contract before the midnight June 30
strike deadline. No progress has
be,en reported in previous sessions.
Blough addressing the National
Press dub in Washington, said
"pyramiding" employment costs
have hurt the industry and the
economy by pricing domeric steel
out of world markets and con contributing
tributing contributing to inflation.
Blough,' in asserting the indus industry
try industry "will exert,, every effort" to
hold the line'on wages,. said "that
is the position we believe in, and
that is the position we will con continue
tinue continue to urge.
Hood, speaking before the Na National
tional National Industrial Conference Board
in New York, said there is "no
reason" for a ware increase this
year and thaL the industry will, re resist
sist resist any such increase.
Hood said "unprecedented" buy buying
ing buying of steel as insurance abainst
a strike is responsible for a good
share of the industry's near-record
production and profit this year.
He said strike fears have arti artificially
ficially artificially stimulated steel produc
tion. Hood kited that without this
strike hedge buying, the industry
would 'be operating at around 70
per cent of capacity instead of
at more than 90 per cent.
McDonald has called for higher
wages ail a Mean of increasing
purchasing power, which he said
would' result in ;reader demand
for goods and services and conse consequently
quently consequently employment.
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t.,:..,tin,MitiM5",:-A ,..mtiwsiNwiEii,tisifrit;titP.41 -counsel; teeny a Year460 to the cell- about 2:30 a.m. he said
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December 1957 Auld jell- hours later the cha lain reported 'ss." s ''''
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sentence rmasentence sin the Women 1 e o rases care of little Patricia Stevenson in sa comer of ;14 ,,
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complicity and welcomed the stay. 4;
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Wait Six-Day Week III OPP
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''''' Van. Pelt of LinC0111' Thursday for NEW YORK (UPII-The Me ,
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' 'k5'r':''.:;;V1':'i:Wgi 'fiR.a.:Pik4Uf :::.iigH a writ of ,habeas corpus to stay politan Museum annou d y
ne ester- ..
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, :, .4 '' ,,sKtii.l.i"p.4;i:fi-..t.,.t.:tmii:-tot:-Ki:::iNi...-0,,i-:40., : the execution until a further anneal day that it has. so many visitors ,
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could be prepared. Gov.. Ralph it will .have to clogs down for one
' Brooks had refused .to intervene day a week. 1 '' .-,
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and the State Supreme Cou t The museum said attendance .44.
' --- C' s refused to. order a new trial. had doubled in the last 10 years. s :,
'Y. ':''''' .' . ' s ' ' -- .; '.; : ,"rs 's 4 ' -,. (- -', '4 iir 'e- 7 ;,4 Z"' trt,' : '. : : '''::7::. ,,'..-' ''' : Van Pelt denied : the request. This stream of visitors, combined
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DINNER- GUESTS :- Crkessionaries of , , ,,, l Mars Alv E S rkweather, tele hone
-the ratibbitin ;Army and Mr Foree Exehargo s011erVice are greeted by in ta d Robin-, with a decrease in city sumfort .
, Webti, central-exchange dfficer, at a I ,
arewell dinner giVen in his honor. Weber'lwi I be avincsoon for a new pos a
te' ' t t the son at home about 2 'am: e or
P Th f the 'institution, has made it .,
III ' Army:Aviation-Center, Fort Rucker, .Ala. In-the 'front row left ,,ot rightare a E. erpon da impossible to get the necessary
Pi t 'P ul' Gambotti, FLobert Wells and judge asked the slaer's father to d . 1
' Pernaddo 'Jimenez.' 'Second,:,row, left to- right are Eddie 'Jayens, Adrian McCleary..Micbael.Ma uro and upe
R rt- Britton. In' the send him a telegram, giving the cleaning and maintenance one Age looks, color, figure or marital status -1
, 'third:row are Richard'Dehlinger, Claude Mottley, Austins'To, m ,
linson Phillip Mattison and Eugene Singity. .1 reasons for seeking an appeal. and still remain open seven days .9 I
not important. However she must be fluent 1
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Robinson received the' wire at a week, as it has for nearly 70
.. -. , . his downtown Omaha office about years. -; x
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. .g. iig els e, 4 a.m. two hours before Stark- ' 1
II' s 1
in.reading.and speaking English and Spanis
. Quote:, Unquote A.rdent' ::1)-
rohibitionfst flecteid weather was to enter' the death
chamber. NO MORE NONSINS?
Robinson then issued an order and an. extrovert who gets along well with
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- WASHINGTON-1:The AFL-CIO ., --,, , ..
saying it appeared Starkweather TRENTO .
N N .1 (UPI), The
-, exteutive- council,' announeing 'it '
, "is and has been without" prop- New Jersey Assembly admitted
, people, has a pleasant speaking voice and Is
would'fight,against House passage, er legal cunsel an
d might be in. last night that at least' half of
' ef the- Seiiate-approved labor re. S '' .. rest e'nt f',,,,-, ou, hem: Baptists custody "in violation of the Con- the, platf ms o
or f the political par- i
4,;, form, bilt:'.... ,,,',' r .. 4. stitution.' ties are "nonsense." society conscious. If she hkes children and ..
"Wetint9dle :wage a 'vigorous '
' .. The order was telephoned to The assembly voted 49-0 to limit ,, .,, ... t 9 1, .,,
, battle in the :House- to' seciFe LOUISVILLE, Ky. -;- (UPI-) "go slow," 'in ilithinating racial cause heir& feelings among es- Acting Warden John Greenholtz state party 'conventions to one ev- is a
, little on the gossipy side it won I ilurt 4.4
prOper end nicesgary legislation Southern Baptis:s: yesterday- elect- bangers.. tablished :13aptist bodies 'of Cana- and Governor Brooks. Green o 2, ery wo yea s
h It t r and thiis "eliminate , ,,
, which Wetild' said t.laborr and man- ed 0 rdent rohibitiontst the The Rev. James:E. Bulthan -Of, 'da. , , through Rev. Klein, told- 'Stark- the nonsense platforms" 'written bit and if she likes- to keep busy and make 1
, Re a a P A 'II E t S N C t t d The -amendment was never put weather. Broo
v. Ramsey Pollard o Knoxvi e, as pencer, ., c e a b, a ks 'through his ad- in non-election years. t
,- , a gementlhi i4e light -"against' c6it, 1,;,.;:'-,
. ruptinn."- 'tr "' 7 ,, Tenh,,, as their'. president 'for ',the short 'lived cobtrOversY by 'charg. to a vote. Sponsors withdrew it .
, , , corhing.year, --
ing in aspeeh' that line professor. ',from vongideration on a techni- money, all the better. Please call me for an I ,:';
,, SHDTdTON4Sefiete Demo- Dr, Pollard,. 56-year-old : pastor at Southern' Baptist Seminary in. cality.
the B,road,way Baptist Chtirch Louisville .hassIndicated- in some '.- Steel Industry To Resist 1
s 'eraltcA16adirtlidon- B. Johnson et ,
- of Knoxviller, was chosen. over the of his writings that he regards intemiew appointment. R. Bettis
. (D-Te,x.')i Siying he 4will, neitser
Rev.. R,oy O. McClain tof Atlanta,, Certairi fundamental -Eaptist- doe. Minisler's Death, --
, euPPf.rtt i'nor 1 ppos :. Senate con contrr
trr contrr a..ru. ii.,Off. election, ;at -the: trines,..such, as4,the virgin "birth of ,, , ,, ' riiinclE)Eato .au ars.
, ., firm atIoni',, sed.vs;,-Lewis ; L: 'Strauss" GIL',
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, Brooks Hays ID-Ark.), ,.. who ; -nes ing come Jo' the seminary in 1953 w ,', e se '
shauld 'be..bated on each:senator's
headed the 9,208,000-member de- from England. Seminary Officials 7 NEW YORK (UPI) Two David J. McDonald, president
'judgment of" that 4nan's qualifica- ed 'Young Studen' I
nomination. for' the ,past two years., ; leading oteel executivee said of the union, declined to comment
-" tions.l. shek to ..,neak.,for' no' one' Said Bulman apparently referred ,
. yesterday the steel industry is on the remarks except to say V ,,,-. 7 .- 7
but rilYselt.'",, At a- news confereace following to prof. 'B., C...ftust. '-' -",
,,. ,.,,,, .,:,, , his election, .Dr. Polird said ale, Seminary PreSident i Duke Mc- PITTSBURGH (UPI) A part. determined to resist any' wage "they have said nothing different ',' - 4.
,,, , increase this year. from what they have said be- I'' ,, 1'
WASHINGTONThe FBI:, in a
hol ts"the greatest curse we have Call drew thunderous aPPlause time minister' and university in inThey
They inThey called upon the United fore," 0
itateltieliti: oi'''Itek inirestigatin of in :America today",' . .. frem the, 15,008,0nessenge,rearld structor faked hisown death so be
-the.Peplift111-6, Mis.-, lynching: '' ii.t,,, .'" ''' ''" '' -. '. alternatea. by:reading a- passage could she,d his wife and two chil- 'Steelworkers Union to accept the MeDonald already, has reject- ,-, am,,, -- s" sir,
aver a,. return- to, legal pro- 7 -.' O. O'll' i .,,
Indus ry's proposed one-year con- ed the, wage freeze as "economic ' "'-' '1
from reeent ,article by Prof, dren to marry- an- 18-year-ld.coed,
' "Ther4 'is 116' basis in, fact for f. .'
tubition on a nationwide basis,", tract extension to help fight in- nonsense that' eventually would ,
the allegations of .' improper con-. h ..;d,' , RUst walitch said that :."Thit virgin detectives said yesterday.
flation and combat the inroads breed another recession."
duct and harassment of local- citi- "ei ''''' -.- birth lia--,not a .myth.' , ,,
n .response to questioh,s about Dr., McCall said the passage he Police said the fantastic death being made by cheap foreign Two four-man bargaining teams, ,-- ,v
tta ,which" have been made ,,
his, stand, on racial issues dr
. ,, , read 'showed clearly -that the pro- ,scheme of Ronald Field, 27, an in- steel, meanwhile; met again in an effort if 1 ,,
against the, FBI 'agents investigat- D D
o ard said,. the Sppreine Ceurt structor at the University of Pitts- to makcheadway on a new con- ,,,, 7 1,, ' ''' 7
ing the ,,Maelt'Uharles Parker case fessor's Vienis are "precisely the The s t a t e me n t s by Roger
desegregation. decision is "tli e - tract before the midnight June 30 ,, ' ' 2
in -Poplarville, Miss."' -, reverse- of those attributed to burgh, fooled authorities and' even nd Cliff rd F
niougn, cnalrman, a o
,, ,,, ,,..,,, ,,,, , ,, law .of the ',land and should .,be him.,,H 4 1 his father Until the truth sttik d did N
ea nit. o progress has 1 It ,,.
, beed." - e sal -Hu man s charged wa" Hood, a director, of U.' S. Steel
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- SWANNANOA, N; -,, a ric a Ile 'add d '..ii h h
e eyety r, t at t ere were' "based,-on malicious distor- learned from his 7, girl frien1 Corn eu Doted the strong stand be,en reported in previous sessions. '. ',. 2 ,r
Dennis-, 21, -a coed at 'Warren Wil- ,- dons and untruth." ,, The girl was identified by Alle- Fr Blough addressing the National 1, ;
titeen In s year oy inaustry ne- p ,.,' I fli
son C011ege, after critically .batter- are many beat' les ..where, t 13:- The ,' messengers then reared' gbeny County Detective Chief Ted otlators in their contract talks ress Latin in Washington, said .-) i ' o' .'
ing :former rooinmate ROSA Wat- a
IlitISee t?mf ee9rIrdittllOinS. It twig a e overwhelming,, approval of' a mo, Botula atCarol Hickey, an attrac, fvith the union.
"pyramiding" employment costs , I g ' ' ''
terson, 20, with, a hatchet: ,,
i' d t If' lati''- ?, e "r.' tien to:leave the whole matter to tiye journalism Ireshm.an f r o m have hurt the industry and the ',' IF i 1 I 1 ,
r.e ou ., e sai t ,at in prin.
"I. know what Tve dont, and the semirlary' truSteesin effeet, Columbia, Pa.f She said she had economy by prieing domeric steel ' e a 111 1.1
ciple,", he regards enforced se
I'm goidg to pey for it. Whatever re 1 t.bi tgh a vote Of.;eonfidence for the semi. planned to join Field somewhere out of ,world markett and con- 0 1 Aretmew- ' ';
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-7.e. m ,,,,,,,I,.4,,,,, oat neettingirelfout human nary's' ,orthddoxy in the Weat after he dropped '-eut Dollars To Combat tributing to inflation. ,..
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. ere was-, -a Jengthy debate of sight. . . Blough,. in asserting the Indus- 1, iii
brotherhood but "in practiee he 4
INDIANAPOLISThe Rev. Ar- -,, over a 'constitutional, amendment She said Irieldwrecked Ms for- try "will exert, evory effort" to '' 1 0 '' 0 I
recognizes it will be ne,cessary to ..
thur: Miller,- newly elected moder, proposed by the Oregon-Washing- eign autorribbile 'at 'the foot Of a Communism Crime hold the line on :wages,. said "that ''' '.. .; ''-
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ator of the United Presbyterian ,' . ', ton ,Bagtist tonvention ,, to admit steep hill near the Monongahela is the position we' believe in, and I ' ,
Church 'in the IT.S.A., laYing 'head of the DuluthCrime Preyen- -Canadian churches to the ...South- River May, 13 lo make it appear OK'd B G
y overnment that is the position we will con- ' '''' ''''.
' "reconciliation" Is the greatest tion Bureau, discussing regula- ern 'Baptist felldwshiP. Suoporters that he had fallen out and tinue to urge." 4
.challenge to .the church today:. tions to keep len-agers, mostly said -there is a grewing body,of drowned. Hood, speaking before the Na, A MIA
"Divorce, juvenile delinquency girls, from swarming aboard -Eu- Southern B,aptists in Canada who So realistic :,,wa,s the "death" tional Industrial Conference Board ; 4
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and home problems are more ropean ships sailing through the vish to be officially reCognized scene that. firemen dragged t h e ... e in riew York, said there is "no 1 ixamrAtmomrdw -'
House Appropriations Committe 4 ,,,.-
acute. We need to help 'people .un- St: LaWrenee $caway! - by convention '' affiliation. Oppo-- river for two days in an effert to 'reason" for a ware increase this
voted funds yesterday to set up a DIRECT Panama Bermuda Lisbon
derstand each other, parents and "They're Just romanlic kids who nents, including-several top -offt recoVerthe bedy- year and thitc the industry will re- J i
high-powered 'brain trust' in the ha 19 hours only $123.00
children, different cultures want some foreign lovin". We want cials of the convention, said the "I knew-he ,was lnarried,' but he sist any such increase.
mations." to catch this in ,the .bud before' ameedment,..would, be interpreted wasn't' getting along well with his State Department to. mastermind Hood said "unprecedented" buy- (denim"-
global warfare against commu- Tenants Neir Yeah NON-STOP
an ; internatibnal incident devel- as a Southern Baptist- "invasion' wife," Miss Hickey said, "and,,we ing of steel as insurance abains Europe only S379.00
DULUTH, Minn.Tom O'Heir, opt" - - of Canada, and- that it would 'were in love;".!--. ''eir l ';'' ,,' nism .on the economic land politi- .. t
a strike is responsible for a good 1 r
. cal fronts.
,,- share of the industry's near-record monibli Paments MN
, ' The money was- included in a
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5649,896,700 appropriations bill to r !:wii44011? Inn :7711.trittivoti -"-:
.:,,ivmeg. p: ,--01 ..s. He said strike Mara have arti,
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neted tha without this ierstooks 0 omen
' your travel agint tor nights le
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'. House is scheduled to act on the strike hedge buying, the industry tr fl 11, the Caribbean, Central & South America.
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-- bill next week. KLM
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ice Department for continue McDonald has tailed for higher
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I ;-.)..., THEATRE GUILD MEMEIERS TO HAVE Rsidimon, Mis. Betty Bell, Mrs. t:::1,.:. ks, ,4;..,,:::: CMS 40 X 3' EROADWAY iliMITIN CARD haven't-healed, as rapidly as ex
, -... ANNIIAL PARTY TOMORROW AT PLAYHOUSE Arual Thompson, Mrs. Mary Clark ....o ,,, At ik. ; IP CI 4 110A1033 ,.. r ,,.,.- ...,-., pecfeel;' and she laces ,a Jong pi
- fetish o gr aat,u e riod of struggling with casts ani
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and Mrs. Vivian Armitage. ACIIS '6111
, ...... b The annual party for Theatre Guild .meMbers only is Attending as guests were Mrs. '.' .' '''':".- I4.11. 7..,. 3 7 3
, planned for tomorrow afternoon, beginning at 3. at the
, The event will feattire an election of"officers, a social
., hour, informal supper and entertainment. There will be
I Schinitzer, with Mrs. Jene Flen Flenniken;
niken; Flenniken; Mrs. Garcia with Mrs. Cas Castro;
tro; Castro; and Miass Jea'nnie Whitman,
with her mother, Mrs. J. A. Whit- ... :.1 ''S,,,-....:
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A Q 10 I $ publicized romance, with-7.4.1m PM cell-R-73-Plet-to- evereont tit
ducee Kevin hicCiory4, will re- flOvernment 1 ot Prtugal- A bo
Main at a stindstili, Ott-- the,iitat et this milliass' in -Slain Iasi
incommunicado in a South Lon- and ,militery leaders are invoty
three weeks, while IdeClory rests of the top Portuguese politica
4- no charge for those eligible t attend. ".',1":- ,404Ii.;IOSP',44;A:"II:;':;,, IICJI87 don hospital. Hinters say he's ed. Jack Carson's gorgeous ex
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1 , 010.0 :.40..:.,:,',..::Alft':, MM:Oka'. suffering from "overwork and ex. Lola Albright, who plays Pete
.i ,, . ;.A6000.040.0QWii., No one vulnersble haustion'' and be, won't 'beaillow- Gunn's sweetheart on 711, has 1
-I Sashion Show Tonight Boniface were ill charge of .Ir. Fleet Reserve Women
Entertain At Gorges ..eXaMI;IMPIUMMION:. East Smith West North' ed phone calls frony anyoak even real life rmance 'got with
".'I et Albrecok '0' Club rangements. Others attending we AiWgWalq0Xe.AtMCWIWA 16 IV 16 Pau Bobo. Incidentally, the wealthy young actor named B Bradity
-1 A fashion show featuring sports Mrs. Ron Moore, Mrs. Roy Lind- The Fleet Reserve Auxiliary ,.;'..,:::&09'desiVesOsiwwikApvtiUM:IM,l'.'s
i 44.e...i..0s:::!essssi,:,:we.44.:::e4seosw:l.",se.::::vres,,' 2 4 2 3 46 Pau young blatuty's frieni"iii 'her Steve ltossi; Marty A I I 4 nt
- slothing, evening dress and silk quist, Mrs. W. R., Whitsell, sirs. sponsored its monthly bingo games viiiiow,g....4:40.44;knii.A.w.00,..,.0,
for patients at Gorges Hospi- mimilvi.4kIIM,IlLIIMIIii'MAM03, Pass 3 I Double Pau brief career in, liriiillit W. atn new strsight man, is such a goot
brocades with an Oriental motif P. Lehmann, Mea. E. Daniel, Mrs. Pass Pass
will biehlight this evening's en- D. C. Miller, Mrs. C. Chaphe, Mrs. tal Wednesday evening ill the Red ,i''ii,1.2:10;,tf,!,:',40:,i.:.,',:78:.,,,:givoliiti',;,;:-...:::4:tlf,!iiirii.:11;f.A.,-:.;:;it.;,, vinced her that she Wasn't 'meant singer some of the most imp!
Opaaial 10646.4" 0 for 'how buoiness. Some of the tint male vocal. stars in shoe
tertainnsent at the Albrook Of- P. M. Judson, Mrs. M. Nolte, Mrs. Cross lounge. ofwASASK:5M.,i,Witg'04)WIT,'.k:',
. i.' leers Club. The show will start at. W. A. Reinheimer, Mrs. H. E. Diez, Rrfreshments were served by ..fm.,,,,,t,..i4i.,,e.i.m-4.,..s,..swmzei444.,:::::Woo,:,.A:il:::;;;:;lIz
squad were extreniely -frailit ':itt id en the same bill' with the nes
. members of the "Set. .B110 business are refusing to be book
. i p.m. Mrs. R. O. WilcoX, Mrs Ben Durel the hostesses, Mrs. Peggy Beard Aggl!ivitftiMCOI.U:41414nki.IiI4::::iowM,..
There is nothing like knowing
Mrs. Virginia, Craig, Mr). D. Kee- and Mrs. Wilda McPhail. 0,4w:000:RIttlatal91.10S.WIlr-':.
... vur opponents in a bridge game. that Phil Silvers tildn't show-11 4.--
11 Models will include Mrs. Mark lean, Mrs. J. Hedges, Mrs. E. Van -- I4a00.41130,400MS'ailegat0:: est waited to double two dia- verbalizing their' disappointnient Awn.
,,;. Mooty, Mrs. Herman Englert, Mrs. Buskirk, Mrs. C. Li Merril, mrs Mange Mambo Dante '''''WWWiSiPAIWOONROMOWMOI monds but felt that if he
, 4. E."Powel, Mrs. Joseph Faulk. Robin Erixon M a. J. A Salm' Tonight At Cristobal V' .0,1einim.Iil'Iiemmiii:iise.ift,:i.:xf.,4e.,.w4.4,..4.....:4...,:.
tbree clubs South wOuld take the s she walit to enter 0)4
bid at the studio' farewell party. Thy 11-r.r.racing fans! Anita Eleber
realized be wee leaving for, X0 taY 0
1 ler, Lt. Peyton McFarland and L
Williem D. McGuth. M R L G I r
1 rs. . arm, Mrs. R. C. Pear'
son, Mrs. W. E. Heck, Mrs. D. A. The Cristobal YMCA-USO will oe ,.?--,s,'i.s7.;,....,,:::;.:.w.NtoWll.)-?:...r.s:.g.MSsgAM'iaM.:.::.':::
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the scene of a Mango Mambo dance '"'""'4450:-r:r'''''''''''WMfand-:5,W4:"WIIIfIII"''''''-' push to the three level.
Sure enough, South did ,an lywood late that' hight;' blit '; felt .sports car meet ill Rome Juni
hurt that "after all the 'time .27. Anita drives a M e r c et de
Saunders, Mrs. A.N. Valdez and this evening at 8 p.m. Members ''''''''' ...,
newcomers Members Mrs. O. C. Won. of the Servicemen's Program Coun '" '.4III: West was ready with the as. we've worked togetheru be didn't Bent 300 SL and should prov,
..,,, drop in for ,a Minute toity good- mighty distracting to the cOMpli
Enjoy, Panama ,. Tour cil have gathered a large supply of ,?......a no slaughter WAS terrific. 'site bye. lition. ',One of tbe top soap pro
. A tour topoints of interest on nine, jack, queen and four of ducts companies" in -the U 8
Spring Ceremonial Tonight the fruit, which will be a part of plans to sell two litbsidiaries 11
die Pacific Side was enjoyed last clubs went on trick one and a Pierre de la Salle, Suzy ,Park ,Parkthe
the ,Parkthe refresh m ent s. Cuba to a group of Cuban buil
I For Abets bad Members ::::'"..
week by 29 members and guests of Hostesses from the Girls Ser- trump return was won by West's er's husband, is planning to write
nessmen. The reason: they've iii
1 The spring ceremonial of Abnu
the Newcomers Club. Stops were
Saad Temple will be held this vice personne an eir w ves are
I d th i .,A."'
.0 es, ,,,, "'' queen. The seven of clubs was an article knocking Hollywood for
covered by North'i eight and the French Magazine' on which way of telling what's going t
i made at the Na ional Museum, al- ,,,,.44..:i-I.4
' note!' factory, Old Panama ruins, eveleg at 7 in th U it invited to attend. Music for danc dancPeil
Peil dancPeil d He." h n 1
Hulloing on al ar ig way. ,..,ing will be ,provided by the Ivan East's ten and South chose to dis- he's a by-lieer...Nosti that they're happen next with the Coen) gov
. luactill at the Tivoli Guest House. I to attend. and the clubs continued. There's a deal cooking to pre- "ScarfacesU ,ones4 temoidered
liie Church of the Golden Allarl orpe COMM. tliM card the ten of spades. Another officially apart, June Havoc and ernment, and fear a sudden oit
All Nobles in tin!, area are invited I 11 trump was won by West's ace Bill Spier are dating again. der like "nationalize it."
and Morgan's Gardens before: s
.. The ceremonial dinner dance is IlAgro Solons Vote QUEEN OF FLOWERSMiss Cheryl Talley, 15, daughter of Cant. All South could gather from sent the Newport -Jazz Festival 'flicker", claSalc ittlertnt.,144 Mu
been named to reign as Queen
Mrs. D. R. Kloe and Mrs. D. 11
, i planned for Friday eveninig at the HU
and Mrs. Harold H. Talley, has the wreckage were' three trump via closed-circuit TV iit 50- ci- ni, wilirbe released agele4' goo
tricks and the ace of-spades and ties, with Count Basle i beading to cashAvona.-Aho current- bi,
, Fort Clayton Officers Open Mess. cf the annual festival of flowers sponaored by the welfare board
. I Cocktails will be served at 6:30 of San Francisco de la Oaleta. The coronation dance win be he was down five tricks for a the list of attractions. vogue '. for gangster pictures.
AVOID i and dinner at 7:30. Those plan-' Aoalost Antlamas !mid Saturday, May 30, at 8:30 at El Rttncho, where tickets for 000 point loss. The domestic difficulties of str.is
i Iliii i ning to attend are asked to make the charity event MaY be obtained. The festival will be conclud- Like all bad bidders South was Although the obituaries indicat- per Ann Corio and her forme
, I Leosxerv3a6tions with the Recorder, ed Sunday morning, May 31, with a ProcessiOn at the Batt Fran- readY With an excuse. He re- ed that Alfred Steele's untimelY. husband, comedian Bob William
,1 ",k,,DIAPER RASH 68, Balbia. In Housinq Bill else church. : Marked that .when the opponents death left Joan Crawford a verY have been enlivening the pre
I 4 Don't let your
, Naval Officers Wives WASHINGTON (UPI) "Spec- stopped at thre clubs he marked ,wealthy woman, her intimates teedings in ,Lon Aegeles &mem
North with some Strength. say it isn't so. Fer ne thing,'the Court. Some of the,f e a fit r a s
,,14 baby suffer 1 Meet At Rodimon Wome .ators in the House gallery rub- North's replay was thM be bad estate may not be legally clear. torn-up love-letters, stirprise wit
tiiii from damp
, The coffee meeting of Sae Naval bed their eyes in disbelief.
Negro I Answer to Previous Putzle heard South's bids of one heart ed for a long time, as the 13u- nesses and considerable spirits
and two enemonds and that he, reau of liver R e v e n u e is name-calling. .Dick Cowell, I
4 I Officers Wuves Club was held at 'There were the four
the proces f being divorce
'.1f diapers. After The home of Mrs. W. S Rociimun Beast and Bird
from Gall Whitney, is turning u
members of Congress voting sot- maim rIIMMILI ram North was looking right at his claiming additional back taxes
vr Miv every diaper in Balboa Heights. Thr Progrim idly against legislation to bdr ra- toratign multi-ori CPO OW11 cards and wanted the privi- for a number of years; then
se'''' change, use included Mrs. Zelda Parks, Mrs.
Enis Bente, Mrs. Carol Ann Wal Walker,
ker, Walker, Mrs. Kenneth A. Staub and cial discrimination in federdily federdilysubsidized
subsidized federdilysubsidized public housing.
Not only that. The Negroes ACROSS DOWN
I Amphibious i Bruin C3r2EIMESUilie31.9r1 MORI
inicamiracrirdsommeiiiivi lege of bidding them for himself. there's the ,matter of alimonY at the chic partie with Angel
- and support ,payments fors-this 'Munneman, very pretty and
previous wife' and Child, ;and- the lienterl 'daughter, -,
, MEXANA rodent 2 Therefore
' Mrs. ireee Dopaso. Farewells were were leading the procession of minalmnnemErwriun
said to Mrs. Helen Harvey, Mrs. their fellow Democrats as they 7 Burrowing ccrlmoiiiteraortilnago IF4CARDSiiii4.144 terrific expenses involved:in the ,
Steele's lavish New York spirt
, 4 Large tub muzinvappar-mgatimp Ignacio Wong
s, marched up .he center aisle to .nua.m.r.nal A Summer irrA A 1! A D I ,, .... .... ment, into which they believe
oda and Oilterwlie
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THEATRE GUH,D MEMSERS TO HAVE
ANNUAL PARTY TOMORROW AT PLAYHOUSE
b The annual party for Theatre Guild meMbers only is
planned for tomorrow afternoon, beginning at 5. at the
The event will featdre an election of officers. a social
hour, informal supper and entertainment. There will be
no charge for those eligible to attend.
.gashlon Show Tonight
Albrook '01 Club
A fashion show featuring oports
:lothing, evening dress and silk
brocades with an Oriental motif
will highlight this evening's en en:ertainment
:ertainment en:ertainment at the Albrook Of-,
'kers Club. The show will start at
Models will include Mrs. Mark
Mooty, Mrs. Herman Eng lert, Mrs.
E.. Powel, Mrs. Joseph Faulk.
ler, Lt. Peyton McFarland and L
William D. Me Guth.
Enjoy Panama,. Tour
A tour to.points of interest on
lie Pacific Side was enjoyed last
week by 29 members and guests of'
the Newcomers Club. Stops were'
made at the Na ional Museum, al alligator
ligator alligator factory, Old Panama ruins,
bbe Church of the Golden Allarl
and Morgan's Gardens before
lunctig at the Tivoli Guest House.1
WS. D. R. Kloe and Mrs. D. J.1
, Don't let your
I baby suffer
r IT'S NOT TOO LATE
If you are not leaving the IsthWitts,''ilfiliethe inoit
of your Summer Vacation. Combine pleasure with learnw
ing. Register with
at her new, Studio in the Knights of Columbus Hail.
Mrs. Chase offers the very finest training In Ballet
' and Character, basic, intermediate & advanced. Tap with
;the Style of a Rockette. Acrobatic & Tumbling for Boys
and Girls; Special classes for Kinder and Pre-school TotgA.,.
Eve Bent Opportunity for older beginners (age 11,15)r
'Rapid advancement with a professional polish for the
:Student who plans her future in the Field of Dance.
L For information call Balboa 3466
IT'S NOT TOO LATE
If you are not leaving the IsthnittOrtitlii'th inoit
of your Summer Vacation. Combine pleasure with learnw
ing. Register with
15 NJ ILA.5 I IL LJ JIL
at her new Studio in the Knights of Columbus Hall.
Mrs. Chase offers the very finest training In Ballet
' and Character, basic, intermediate & advanced. Tap with
the Style of a Rockette. Acrobatic & Tumbling for Boys
t and Girls; Special classes for Kinder And Pre-school
I Eicellent Opportunity for older beginners (ages 11,15)r
:Rapid advancement with a professional polish for the
Student who plans her future In the Field of Dance.
For information call Balboa 3466
BALLROOM DANCE CLASSES '''
Classes for all ages from 6 years to 19 years old.
(MEDAL, SILVER, GOLD AND BRONZE GROUPS)
May 28th Thutsday from 3:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
May 29th, Friday from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.M.,
Studio in Wirz Memorial Bldg. next to K. of 6.
Speciat 24 Hour Lessons $12.00
Including Jamboree Party
Children and Teenage "SPECIALIST"
;.:: HARNET,1 SL BUININ a mendment.
Not 9 single northern Democrat
was obaerved voting for the Re Republican
publican Republican amendment to the Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic bill. it was smothered 205 1
IMO rcisoeoubm'rTopir'remWthootareyseerliddnyhara:ve learned that the fate clans' report' that she won't be The police department reported
of our own nation le bound up with able- to resume her blossoming receipt, through the U. S. mails,
the fate of others,' he said 'in a- screen career until next October of a letter mailed with e green
speech dedicating three n e w et the earliest. The bones in her trading 'tamp, duly cancelled by
buildings at historic St. John's legs, broken in a skiing accidnet, the post office. li
to 115. College.
I Also group classes and private lessons for adults. I 10 oapb000",estsessissenssesskoseigle ,
7. I 0 "Our whole position In world .
. Members of Dance Master, Dance Educators and economic affairs 10 determined by LAVANDER
.4040 sk. I
the health of our economy anti
Ter s. of Calif. J
jeor the soundness of our money. II BRILLIANTINE
, we ehould negli0 these at homeN
, . . OF we could atop beeome poweries
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.1' 1 eir I ti ed rkfre mene et : pn:: nimorot h eo 1 ipe mac; te;a01 did nve da: iss t oh: flint:
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4 ra tip,
A l'Ab lib 4 to.,, so's
,, icy and not leave all the decisions
to "ambitious politicians."
He said these questions must
be answered by "an informed cit citizenry:"
izenry:" citizenry:" I How does a free society or- ill
,,,,,,,,, volgim, GMuipt g anise effectively to prepare for In the Balboa Bar
, r.!, 11 11.)L. .:: : si I S 0 an indefinite period of armed un
. midnight to 3 a.m.
.tipc mine's; how, within a frame.
. work of free decision.Making, can every Friday and Saturday
1 : fro t ,i:' ti & PEJO
' our economy be best developed to
0 i PSH meet this chellenge; how can our Cristbal Munoz plays the organ for the late crovid
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it. SAU CE 00 complimentary night-cap at 3 a.m.
1 to ,,,,, ,4, A 74 s,,,,:
s:t::!frly: 014 '', 4 ) OA
, "'Guest D. J.Ir ,',4 ,,::',,,A.: ..'.. : ,F., ech 6 4 4 mind end aboesirinitdt; how esti indicid-
, srisses111- 0 ual initiative be nutured within 'a
i ..'4401;i.': ;.,,-:,f, 0 framework of nationel determine- , 4
s : :I..' s:::1443:,;: ., :,:i k l'' AIP Av Al db! AEA"... tion for survival in short, how
1 can we meet dui world dialling AFTERNOON:TEA
-. EVERY SATURDAY ,),rt 444:;,4 -- 14, ,,,L..,,.01i
0,-,41oveot while still 'prelacies our vier of
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, '4 A i. kt:A:4 'Or: 0:4 hh life and enhancing the ooportua- an Anjoyabla social hour
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114411 Immo 1,11',00 rits ides for elle' tor .trion and wartisn 41
I 'Aff'IiA,,.lirt:A:W' : SsoN;Zissi, sow -100, Eisenhower flew hers by be
, AT .0,:,-1,,,, ,,,,,,!,: kimoisNie SO eld:,70 i tooter from the White House
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, imawn001.00Alhteerflathwee .
' 5 to 7 pin,.
. burg, Pa., farm for the mates& :
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' ::: '' .30 p M 0 -,,,
r,. 4 Pope Decorates
, iiii, King Of Greece
, Friday, 411:1116' 12 : in the 'tabafist Club
: : PBS Panarnericen 0
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OSE MARIE REID'', FASKION SkOW
f VATIAN CITY. (UPI) PoPe ,41R
: Iroadcasting System ----A, t;-- i :I John XXIII decorated visiting f
' 1 y
. 1 ,4.1 1' ''')A-N ',' I STILL AT ITSad-faced cir- King Paul of Greece yesterday -
with the Vatican's Order of the
ettil CIOWn Emmet Kelly amazes is
, 4 ol .1,
L. 4 8-year-old Dawn McGuire of Golden Spur. ., ..
The Pontiff bestowed the honor
.., Jersey City, NJ. Kelly, an old old;
; old; while receiving the King apn I
, I timer in the business, was part Read Our Classifieds Queen Frederik& in an audience h
Armi t of show for crippled children at
1 i marking the first visit of a Greek 6E1 txdft,"-Ittl'i.,. lito?No
a New Jersey amusement park. V V1
1 V1 sovereign to the Vatican in more
... .. .. than 500 years. r ,
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" .. ;' '..,10..,0.04,0,k14,,.., t,
Also group classes and private lessons for adults.
Members of Dance Master, Dance Educators and
Terps. of Calif.
"Guest Di L1-1
1roadcasting Sy item
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Boniface were in charge of .tr .trrangements.
rangements. .trrangements. Others attending we
Mrs. Ron Moore, Mrs. Roy Lind Lindquist,
quist, Lindquist, Mrs. W. R. Whitsell,
P. Lehmann, Mrs. E. Daniel, Mrs.
D. C. Miller, Mrs. C. Chaphe, Mrs.
P. M. Judson, Mrs. M. Nolte, Mrs.
W. A. Reinheimer, Mrs, H. E. Diez,
Mrs. R. O. Wilcol, Mrs Ben Durel
Mrs. Virginia, Craig., Mrs. D. Kee Keelean,
lean, Keelean, Mrs. J. Hedges, Mrs. E. Van
Buskirk, Mrs. C. L. Merril, Mrs.
Robin Edson.-- Mrs. J. A. Saltas,
Mrs. R. L. Garvin, Mrs. R. C. Pear
son, Mrs. W. E. Heck, Mrs. D. A.
Saunders, Mrs. A, V. Veldez and
Mrs. O. C. Won.
Spring Ceremonial Tonight
For Abou bad Members
The spring ceremonial of Abou
Saad Temple will be held this
evening at 7 p.m. in the Units
Building on Gaillard Highway.
All Nobles in this area are invited
The ceremonial dinner dance is
planned for Friday evening at the
Fort Clayton Officers Open Mess.
Cocktails will be served at 6:30
and dinner at 7:30. Those plan planning
ning planning to attend are asked to make
reservations with the Recorder,
Box 3668, Ba DAL
Naval Officers Wives
Meet At Roclimon Home
The coffee meeting of Sae Naval
Officers Wuves Club was held at
The home of Mrs. W. S Rodimon
in Balboa Heights. Thr irogrim
included Mrs. Zelda Parks, Mrs.
Enis Bente, Mrs. Carol Ann Wal Walker,
ker, Walker, Mrs. Kenneth A. Staub and
Mrs. Irene Dopaso. Farewells were
said to Mrs. Helen Harvey, Mrs.
Lingua 8.00 ,,,,a to diMo in 4
11Jdimon, Mts. Betty Bell, Mrs.
Arual Thompson, Mrs. Mary Clark
and Mrs. Vivian Armitage.
Attending as guests were Mrs.
Schinitzer, with Mrs. Jene Flen Flenniken;
niken; Flenniken; Mrs. Garcia, with Mrs. Cas Castro;
tro; Castro; and Miass Jeannie Whitman,
with her mother, Mrs. J. A. Whit Whitman.
man. Whitman. Fleet Reserve Womon
Entertain At Gorges
The Fleet Reserve Auxiliary
sponsored its monthly bingo games
for patients at Gorges Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital Wednesday evening in the Red
Rrfreshments were served by
the hostesses, Mrs. Peggy Beard
and Mrs. Wilda McPhail.
Mango Mambo Dante
Tonight At Cristobal V'
The Cristobal YMCA-USO will oe
the scene of a Mango Mambo dance
this evening at 8 p.m. Members
of the Servicemen's Program Coun Council
cil Council have gathered a large supply of
the fruit, which will be a part of
the refreshment s.
Hostesses from the Girls Ser Service
vice Service personnel and their wives are
invited to attend. Music for danc dancing
ing dancing will be provided by the Ivan
Negro Solon' Vote
Wins! Ant lamas
In HOU$11111 13111
WASHINGTON (UPI) Spec Spec.ators
.ators Spec.ators in the House gallery rub rubbed
bed rubbed their eyes in disbelief.
'There were the four Negro
members of Congress voting sol solidly
idly solidly against legislation to bdr ra racial
cial racial discrimination in federdily federdilysubsidized
subsidized federdilysubsidized public housing.
Not only that. The Negroes
were leading the procession of
their fellow Democrats as they
marched up ,he center aisle to
be counted against the Republi Republican
can Republican proposal on a teller vote.
It was the greatest display of
harmony between northern and
Southern Democrats that h a s
been seen on the House floor in
It was produced by the kind
of issue that for years has split
the same Democrats into north northern
ern northern and southern camps.
Rep. Charles .C. Diggs, Jr., (D
Mich.), one of the four Negroes,
said afterward the' Negroes voted
as they did lo foil a Republican
plan to kill the big Democratic
The GOP proposal was offered
as an amendment to the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic bill. Had it been adopted,
'here was little doubt that almost
all southern democrats would
have turned against the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic measure.
"I'm led up with attempts to
use the racial issues to ham hamstring
string hamstring public housing which bene benefits
fits benefits minori y groups," Diggs said.
Realizing that many northern
liberals who opposed racial dis discrimination
crimination discrimination were put on the spot
by the Republican proposal,
Diggs said he passed the word
that the Negroes would make it
easier for them to oppose it by
taking the lead in voting against
Thus, Diggs and the other Ne Negro
gro Negro Democrats Rep. Adam C.
Poweit Jr. (N.Y.). Robert N. C.
Nix (Pa.) and William L. Daw Dawson
son Dawson (III.)--were at the head of
the procession vo ing against the
Not 9 single northern Democrat
was observed voting for the Re Republican
publican Republican amendment to the Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic bill. It was smothered 205
STILL AT ITSad-faced cir circus
cus circus CIOWn Emmet Kelly amazes
8-year-old Dawn McGuire of
Jersey City, NJ. Kelly, an ()W ()Wilmer
ilmer ()Wilmer in the business, was part
of show for crippled children at
a New Jersey amusement park.
"PANAMA ammucts A21 DalEPIXDDIT DULY Innrunta
QUEEN OF FLOWERSMiss Cheryl Talley, 15, daUghter of Cant.
and Mrs. Harold H. Talley, has been named to reign as oueen
cf the annual festival of flowers sponsored by the welfare board
of San Francisco de la Caleta. The coronation dance will be
!mid Saturday, May 30, at 8:30 at El Rancho, where tickets for
the charity event may be obtained. The festival will be conclud concluded
ed concluded Sunday morning, May 31, with a procession at the Sal) Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco church.
IBeast and Bird
14 Ester of oleic
16 Pertaining tO
32 City in New
33 Inner satellite
34 Of the stars
35 Short axis
39 Garden spots
42 Low caste
45 Extinct bird
52 Asiatic wild
4 Large tub
5 Summer (Fr.)
8 Malt drink
g Beast's home
10 Fence opening
12 Units of
21 Visigoth king
22 Spanish lady
5 24 17,
Answer to Previous Pun le
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WOMB MUM OMB
ORO M1RMM OMR
MOM OMMM FOPUM
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bride Meal 11.1 re
27 Native of 44 Matthias WO
Latvia 46 Hindu queen
29 Reside 47 Fish sauce
30 Man's name 48 WearY
31 Altitudes WO 50 Juana,
37 Expunges Mexico
36 French coin 61 Sea eagle
41 Irqptriel order 63 Roneld (ab.)
42 Female ribbitiS4 Obtained :
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No one vulnerablo
feet South Woe Nortb
16 IV 16 Pau
2 2 36 Pau
Pass 3 Double Pau
There is nothing like knowing
your opponents in a bridge game.
West wanted to double two dia.
monds but felt that if he bid
three clubs South would take the
push to the three level.
Sure enough, South did ,and
West was ready with the ex.
Its slaughter was terrific. lite
nine, jack, queen and four of
clubs went on trick one and a
trump return was won by West's
queen. The seven of clubs was
covered by North'i eight and
East's ten and South chose to dis discard
card discard the ten of spades. Another
trump was won by West's ace
and the clubs continued.
All South could gather from
the wreckage were- three trump
tricks and the ace of'spades and
he was down five tricks for a
900 point loss.
Like all bad bidders South was
ready ivith en excuse. He re remarked
marked remarked that when the opponents
stopped at thre clubs he marked
North with some strength.
North's replay was that he bad
heard South's bids of one heart
and two cHamonds and that he,
North was looking right at his
OWn cards and wanted the privi privilege
lege privilege of bidding them for himself.
VatC A R A Siam.
Q..Tbs bidding baS boon:
Nortb last South West
1 Pass 1 Ab Pan
2V Peas ?
You, South, bold:
ikArIS IPS2 14 44,11113
What do you do?
ADid two Ito-tramp. Your
Partner wants you to bid and no notrump
trump notrump eertabdy should indt you.
Your partrier continua' with a
bid of throe diamond.. What do
you do now? ,,
Ike Gives Broad
Hint To Congress
On Govt. Spending
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (UPDPresi (UPDPresident
dent (UPDPresident Eisenhower said yesterday
the United States might become
"powerless abroad' if it fails to
maintain a healthy economy and
a sound dollar.
In an implied warning to the
Democratic controlled Congress,
the President declared that "un "unnecessary"
necessary" "unnecessary" government spending,
a high tariff trade policy and an
"outdated," surplus-inducing farm
program could undermine Amer America's
ica's America's world position.
"We have learned that the fate
of our own nation le bound up with
the fate of others,' he said 'in a
speech dedicating three n e w
buildings at historic St. John's
"Our whole position in world
economic affairs le determined by
the health of our economy and
the soundness of tir money. If
we ehould negliet these st homeN
we could anon become powerles
abroad our prosperity, o u r se security,
curity, security, our Wont could be in
The President also pleaded that
Americans keep themselves in informed
formed informed so they can play a larger
role in determining national ool oolicy
icy oolicy and not leave all the decisions
to "ambitious politicians."
said these questions must
be answered by "an informed cit citizenry:"
izenry:" citizenry:" "How does a free society or orionize
ionize orionize effectively to prepare for
an indefinite period of armed tin.
mine's; how, within a frame framework
work framework of free decision-Making. Can
our economy be best developed to
meet this challenge; how can our
educational and other social inati inatitutiorts
tutiorts inatitutiorts be best shaped to develon
mind end spirit; bow can individ individual
ual individual initiative be nutured within 'a
framework of nationtil determina determination
tion determination for survival in short, how
can we meet the world challenge
while still 'preserving our wsv of
life and enhancing the opporttm opporttmRies
Ries opporttmRies foe alld"
Eisenhower new hers by he
eopter from ths White House
lawn. Mter the dedication core.
moniem he flew on to his Getty'.
burg, Pa., farm for the weekend.
King Of Greece
VATIOAN CUT (UK) Po Pe
John XXIII decorated visiting
King Paul of Greece yeaterday
with the Vatican's Order of the
Th Pontiff bestowed the honor
while receiving the King and
Queen Frederik& in an audience
marking the first visit of a Greek
sovereign to the Vatican in more
than 500 years.
4; 44 ,4
BROADWAY MALVIN CARD
- HerieX Boholdvistx. 41, e'll
publicized romance, prt,
ducer Kevin hicClory 4, will re remain
main remain at a standstili tott- the,next
three weeks, while hfcClory rests
incommunicado in a South Lon London
don London hospital. Doctors say he's
suffering from "overwork and ex exhaustion"
haustion" exhaustion" and he, won't be elloe elloeed
ed elloeed phone calls frony MOWN even
Bobo. Incidentally, Abe ,ealthy
young bestuty's friendi
brief career in, British rr C011
vinced her diet she wasn't 'meant
for show business. Some of the
members of the "Sgt. Bilko"
squad were extreniely frank. ',Itt
verbalizing their- disappointment
that Phil Silvers didn't showup'
at the studio' farewell party. They
realized he we, leaving for Mi.
lywood late that' btit tett
hurt that "after all the 'time
we've worked together" he didn't
drop in for ,a minute to'say good goodbye.
bye. goodbye. Pierre de la Sa lle, Suzy -Parker's
husband, is planning to write
an article knocking Hollywood for
the French magazine' on which
he's a by-liper...NoW that they're
officially apart, June Havoc and
Bill Spier ars dating again.
There's a deal cooking to pre present
sent present the Newport -Jazz Festival
via closed-circuit TV in 50- ci cities,
ties, cities, with Count Basle heading
the list of attractions.
Although the obituaries indicat indicated
ed indicated that Alfred Steele's untimely
death left Joan Crawford a very
wealthy woman, her intimates
say it isn't so. Fr One thing,'the,
estate may not be legally clear.
ed for a long time, as the Bu Bureau
reau Bureau of hirer R ev e nue la
claiming additional back taxes
for a number of years; then
there's the matter of alimony
and support payment! for- ,his
previous wife' and child, and' the
terrific expenses involved. in' the
Steele's lavish New York apart apartment,
ment, apartment, into which they believe
Joan put a great deal of her
own money. She will receive $60,-
000 a year from Pepsi-Cola for
five years, but that will be sub subject
ject subject to taxit, apd hardly enOugh
to maintain her and he-v.-children
in their usual cyle. 4
Julius La Rosa looked forwird
to his appearance at the Inter Internationalbe
nationalbe Internationalbe had a happy time
there last yearbut there's even
more nostalgia Involved in his
next club date ,,,tbe 0.1.1
House in Pittal;urgli.", owner;
John Butera, was the first night
club impresario ever to give him
a job, back in the headlined God Godfrey
frey Godfrey day', when Julie (to his as astonishment)
tonishment) astonishment) found himself 013414
to 2,000 people, three shows a
night. "I couldn't undertsand it,"
he reminisces, "but it 'Was beim beimtiful."
tiful." beimtiful." A famous show business cou coupie
pie coupie are enjoying a second hon honeymoon
eymoon honeymoon chaperoned by a staff
on press agents whose main oh oh,
, oh, jective is to kill all the rift ru ru1
1 ru1 mors. John Cranko'l recent
embarrassing difficulties with the
London pOlice were rather neat neatly
ly neatly hushed up.. possibly because
the English producer is quite
close to Buckingham PA I a c e.
Princess Margaret has been
known to attend rehearsals of
his shows. (His rather charming
revue, "Crank'," was a flop on
Broadway a few seasons ago.).,
Minajou Eardot, EIE's pretty
sister, is depressed by the physi
clans' report that she won't he
able- to resume her blotisoming
screen career until next October
it the earliest. The bones in her
legs, broken in a skiing accidnet,
in the Balboa Bar
midnight to 3 a.m.
every Friday and Saturday
Cdstiobsi Whoa plays the orgsn for the late crowd
, oditiplimentiry night-cap at 3 cm.
Am .oiljoyablo socill hour
tor mon And, wormon
IFr 1day, Ihir li 12 in the dtbsils Club
!TOSE MARIE REID'', FASI-LION SkOW
, MAT AL,IISS
as rapidly as
? laces a long pt.
ng with caste and
t-to- overcome the
TOrtugal- le bot
in -Spain Sable
?Alders are invotv invotvson's
son's invotvson's gorgeous ex
who plays Pete;
art on rti has a
te 'going with ,a
med Bill Bradlty.
Marty Alle n's
Int is such a good
the most impor.
I stars in show
fusing to be book bookbill
bill bookbill with the .new
ins! Anita Ekberg
to to enter the
tt in Borne June
a a Mercedes
nd should prove
ing to the comps,.
the top soap pro.
PS it ths U 1.
fo subsidiaries in
p of Cuban buil.
valor?: they've no -44)
what's going te
th the Costro gov4
ear a sudden or.,
mce' considered a tt
ILTVIDAY, MAT ILA'S'
HE AOICE OF
' lotrnee kg. vse se
-- by 'Dorothy Killgo
04 4 47: -1
haven't-healed, as rapidly as ex expecfed;'
pecfed;' expecfed;' ands.lhe laces a long pe period
riod period of struggling with casts and
canTs77-3plotto- overcorns the
llOvernmeld 1 ot -POrtugst bot
at this minttle' -Spain.' Solna
of the top Portuguese political
and ,militery leaders are invotv invotved.
ed. invotved. Jack Carson's gorgeous ex
Lola Albright, who plays Pete;
Gunn's sweetheart on rti, has a
real life romance 'going with ,a
young actor named Bill Bradity.
Steve Boast' Marty Ails n's
new strsight man, is such a good
singer some of the most impor important
tant important male vocal stars in show
business are refusing to be book book!d
!d book!d on the same bill with the sew
fans! Anita Ekberg
says she want!' to enter the
sports car meet in Borne June
27. Anita drives a Mercedes
liens 300 SL and should prove
mighty distracting to the comps compslition.
lition. compslition. ..One of the top soap pro products
ducts products companies in the U S.
plans to sell two subsidiaries la
Cuba to a group of Cuban bust.
nessmen. The reason: they've no
way of telling what's going te
happen next with the Costro gor.
ernment, and fear a sudden or order
der order like "nationalize it."
, "Scarfaces", once' conoldered
claeoli ittarrfint.,Piq Mu.
ni, witt$e released again, noon
to casit,in one7.:The current- big
vogue' for gangster pictures.
The domestic difficulties of strip.
per Ann Corio and her former
husband, comedian Bob Williams,
have been enlivening the pro proceedings
ceedings proceedings in ,Loe Angeles Sitperior
Court. Snme of the e a tur at
torn-up love. 'letters, surprise wit witnesses
nesses witnesses and considerable spirited
name-calling. Mick Cowell, in
the process of being divorced
from Gail Whitney, is turning up
at the chic partie with Angela
'Munneman, very pretty and a
To Be Conferred
Ignacio Wong will be 'received
inte the priesthoOd m or r ow
morning in a serviceAt 8 at the
Metropolitan Cathedral. Msgr.
Francisp BeckMan, archbishop of
Panama, will preside.
After the ceremony, the Chi Chinese
nese Chinese Women's League will enter entertain
tain entertain in the new priet's honor at
the Chipese. Klub -,,itr'Avgnida
'All'inetribert 'art re rerequested
requested rerequested to attend.
At 250 Per 100
ST, LOUISE, Mx (UPI) Sci Science
ence Science put a price on the tail of the
humble ligtning bug yesterdim
The Sigma Chemical Co. said tt
was in the market for 1,000,000
fireflieslive onesat the rate of
25 cents per 100.
Don Broida, president of the
firm, said an enzyme, lucifer luciferase,
ase, luciferase, and a chemical, luciferin, are
the substances that make the in insect's
sect's insect's taillight operate. Hit firm
wants the substances to measure
adenosine triphosphats .(ATP),
which oupplies energy in living
ONE GOT BY
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (UPI)
The police department reported
receipt, through the U. S. mails,
of a letter mailed with a Wm
trading 'tamp, duly cancelled by
the post office.
in the South Patio
Mondays and Fridays'
5 to 7 pin,.
make the in.
tte. Hit firm
1 tO MAPUTO
tate (ATP), I
gy in living
U. S. mails,
vith 4 green
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Sunday Services 10:30 a.m.
Almon Blvd. and Mamei IMAM
Your Invitation to'
COCOLI sArsurt CMUSCM
311 hrunis Said
Drawer Mat itsibo CZ
Slaand & Pia Swarth Pastas
undo School Sal sat.
amp Worship 11:00 asu
r001011 Union Can pas
. snots Worship ISO pija
toyer Mooting as Sage
Study lash W odnesday . I ;00 pija
' ro:Month 1 ;00 pat.
&loath 7;10 pal
rilin WW1 01131011
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s Prewar "O" Banns Haight,
, Miens slim ITY1
William 11 Booby. ?soar
Sunday Ishoei COO AA
Stelling Worship 16:41 Om
Cid Training Onion gle gm
guild's lorries 710 gm
or Mooting. Wodsonday 7 ;00 dss
W ICS ands St sty Tim.
days ISO a.go
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MOdas br woods) tee us
w Pato Stio Thum.
fowl's Srpthorged; 12.11
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NWT PAPTIST ClitiSCS
gtarparita Avenue at gib Stool
Margarita. Canal Zone
liav. Sendai' C. Forked. Saito
lerda licitoot I;40 Lim
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Oat training Ginn 4:30 pan
taming Wmahip a., '7:46 Dom
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a far Services, Watineadays 7:00 oat
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Makto Ji Mrs. W. Bishop
IS rebrutu7 Street, Phone: 31130010
11:00 Holiness Meeting
:00 Sunday School
;SO Silvan On ItIetitig
:gavel di lam C. L. Messier
11:00 Holiness MelDsill
IL Captain A Mrs. IL Grant
1401 litre Ot. Phone 311-7.11
11:00 Holiness Meeting
S:00 Sunday School
1:30 Salvation, Meeting
COLON THIRD STRUT
Sr. Captain S. Taylor
11:00 Holiness Meeting
:00 Sunday School
:SO Salvation Sleeting
RAINSOW CITY. C.C.
Covey J. Gill
1:00 Sunday lehool
I:so solvatiOn Meeting
Balboa Road at Ilan Pablo Street
Paster's phone 24411
Cht Melt office 1-11111
0:10 amt.Church School nee bus
service. Clouser tor all adec
10:10 ostAWoraltip Service 4llitureit
Time Story Hour tor 1E10mila:to
wtd Printery Children, ClutreBITinut
end, Roll and Nursery.
COO pMt.ePost Kish Fellowship.
010 11m10141i00 PAM Miler Nish
1:00 p.M.Settior Kish Fellowship.
Margarita Ave. and Saliva. Hy,
pv. 'Theodore Franklin Pastor
Phones: Offica. S-8641 Ras 1-44011
pad tut). Church Robot. Pus Ionia,
Clayton Rummy through adult
11:00 am. Morning Worship.
fouler lot infanta and small chil children.
dren. children. g:00 stmt. Junior Fellowship.
11:15 p m Youth FellowMin.
A complete :-,chedule of ounilists se
grilles ond offielal mooting. as sin
flounced from weak to weak,
fev. Walker M. 111100.40 Pasta
ti 1 1-470 Rea 1-131
:SO 0.m Sundity Sehool,
0:40 km Morning Worship.
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, Christian Scientist
Chdettss ildspeo Citeirehee
rho entaech ot Ch Nik WentIts MOS
Old Anson Seu lever
k day Service, 11:011 Ida. Sunday
lit rel 11:110 exit.
,, odnotelay I ;00 pas.
asding soom nue Salboa good Open
dai y except Sundays and holidays teem
MISI to 11:110 a.m. end WO to SOO sm.
Saturday: CM to 1110 lot.
' Violins Mound:0d to 11:04 p.m. osetpt
wommadays mild Saturdati
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- SCIENTIST, Ceisigber
All burgh sorvitto will be Pohl In
the Oround Floor ;loom of the masonic
?mom In Criotkol toottt door to thqo
Margarita rioriott. Sntronett to On Sol.
boo AVO11110 through the Arcade.
Sundey Service 11:00 sm.
Wednesday Evening Testimonial amt.,
tni 11:00 o'clock.
anday School ea hell ot lid a.m.
, Aldine Soots Hourt Monday 11:00
itiA:00 ,PIA: Wildnolder Mee to dad
You are tordially' invited to None
th. torviros and to use the Seadinif
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. ler elle cooing laturiey'll sketch Pat& I:00 pie Oki" trrdialpideclotosts.sty. Rev Cad V., Thompson. Minis. .::i:A,,:.',:q.Mt..:." k
. Mipisters. bunk sowetaries end chaplains ens asked to Otero the skityriflyrd Boo 3.6, Diablo lieighk C.L. ed at St. Peter's Church in La
Pomo. llonsu GsgtOmt tit -. Boca for the Ilat time tomorrow, ) .: '''''.
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Swim, lurid', Ode la, UM, Ii-a 'Trinity Sunday, as the closing .1:-27.,...2,,,i,:t.....t..........,:i -,.. ...... :,.:!c--:::-.:....-i:.:. -1--:.:-,i,,,.--c-4,4-- t,'e .:
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ILISTONAL. oimnann &Antes Son. bitra..ftigisda and etraegell. ' '-'
Services, Suedes' NM am. Ilks LOP Ag e 'albite saroks. The Panama Americas lists below, by dasemi- Othet Church'es youth Service
Evanson:Mc Service -
7:00 Otitt iCS of evensong at 4 p.m. -.,:4,,.,-...,,,--,-,,k-1-------,-.4-,-. --'-,:11!".-;;- "N '' 1,: :-,, ..i:;Cii;,i4$.,....
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ikocsoo. 6a. oja , no! "mikes. st hears ad worship ad Ober regular ectivities. CHURLII OF Tins hAZAA11411 and Preys, Service 'le 0 ,,, the Rev. John Spear, priest in k,..,,'.,4,.,..110-.,,-..,-.4.-s. ..,,,-,'..- ;--...,,:4,,,,.,,, -- ,...,i..... '''''.4-'.' :..,.., 'i" I --,
:" ,, Lionises ere rotated limo thee to Soo. benontioetione Pavia, only no rranAppam St. r Ammo CA. charge, will be celebrant and -s. f,....,s, ,
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As Bishop of the diocese, the -- (',.--4.-,i, ,-
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deliver the sermon at the final 0 .......'...;:..l. .4,1..,:fl!';,::.;:i.,..,'... ,..
, Evangelistic Serum 120 PA Selbea Read at Wiabt Street '''
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Prayer Service, Wed. 10 lia Am. Robert V. Ousalch. poste. service and officate at the re. ,,,..,....
:today Services 10:30 a.m. Catholic Episcopal P.O. Sox dlit &albeit. moving of the consecration of ,t..,--:.7.fr'''r"!!!!,17:7.. ,, -.:4-4,,..-,4-4:4e,,--, -;,,,,,,,:--.:,,;44.i:.;,,;-,;.:iaAA?;-.;. .,
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' Bldg. 362 METHODIST Sunday School. Bible Clam 0 ere .. :.-.,.,.,.:.:,..,,....;;,k,r-tk.,,,k,,,, '....
the church. Other clergymen will ,--.,,,;,-,-....-:-;-.,-----:--,,e.-V....,:-,-:-,- m......... ...-,:,1;:;.--k-:...4-.,c.,."-.:;,,,-,-4 :4,,"4:.''''i;:,:;:t...:,,,Vist.i''.:4H'::5::.'al,i, r '.....
Me 111. Illoy it. Hebei (Seeders. 6.11.0 Suntlay: 9 I.m. Panama Holley. DiVine Servie 10:11 oat
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ol i,s0 a Jo b000lq, sthool. timill. t re Sunday et tits ils Present at the service. w.t.. : .-?,,,4'------4-.4,;i:g-,,.,,,:-.:;.a.,,i,,--4,. ',...,::': .-:--'---,:c;,..;-....---;,,,t,-:-:!:-.-,,..' -:,---,:-:----,. .....,:.0i,,,::!,.m-,:ii:4,--,,:,.. .,, -;,...-4. .,-
neon Blvd. and Mnmei Plseet Irt Lull! isarist:CFU:00.11.:1-316.8atioastoo and
lits Veep ilev..stleigra A Potions. 1:15 pm. Evangelical Swaim Archdeacon Lemuel B. ,Shirley, :s.,ii-:-,.;,,;--:-,--...,-,,--2,,:,.:,,,:::. .;:',..:,....,...:,,',..is.,:,;:..f.:',,,... ,',.: ...,:,:',..'f ,:.:: 4 . .:,,,,,,?.....,:;,,,i.,..p:g ., ,,
Ancon wee p.tie 6.T omot Sermen. Atkatio Side ,,, 4 ,,Lf st retorts i!;..-.,.,.,,,,.,:-,-,---::::igl-.:.:4's.,... ';'- ..,-Af-.N.-:,-.-,.,.,-4.:;:0-:-',:--'..: I k,'1-;!;.,,:-plir4-;-,4,1.1. A ..t?,,, -,..
Your Invitation to' way ooy Manson 16S. COO. 11911141:414 &Km ,. Suntley 1 a.nt. Parolee Cote Selo Chapel a t,ne uM e priest. m 1-,,-,,.-74-4wtimk, ::-,-,,..,:y-,3,,'-,-,;,,.......r,:,.'Iili---..,;.,,,,:,,,,,,.:.,.,::-.: -,,,,,,,-...-:::--;,,....-;.-,-,-.... ..., -itad
9:00 p.m. nut CATHEDRAL OP rt Lints 10 a.m. pax, 'unsay school .... Mr. Presork s. litiss4 elm taking part.
' Tat Pm- ?alb Zvangeligai Muolviyi"ColtunerviesunloAll Imitajn Sunday et ths
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Liberal Religion. Centime:ions, Saturday. CIO to CM SUNDAYS For the Offertory, the choir ''' .,:.,...-,,-:,..,::--i7J. .::-.,-,!!":.:4:::::,,;.Nr1:-,i;.;.'0..':4--;-..,,,K:;;:t. ;- : :i.'-','Mr:-.:I,'....,:,"-. ,1-.
. pod 7:00 to COO p.m Thursday, adore susDsys
' Fiat Prigayi 1:00 to Stil Sa. 120 ash Hob Cenuatutiol. Service.
-- month. will render two anthema. entitled -----,itt.wt::::-- ,-- .-0.-f!-:.,:i...,-kA-;2-4.a-ii.--.---,-w-,-;,--: -.....,.,..,:4- 1
. Miragulmas Medal Novena 120 itAl 11:16 co, a,-I-umb 0,11 tato, com "Great and Marvelous" (Roland -?.A.,x:-,:i,:t .... -4-;,,:4.,,i4:4i,-,;u-,-;,...--v--:-:,,:-....:-;:-.,i-,:-!-,,;,,,4.:- :r ': 1
. ) m Mondays METHODIST NOTICES x. ::I.,.,:...... .....,:....,:,:::...,:r...!!,...,..,::,:,,!:
. niggle) and "How Lovely Are ,, ,::.,,-,..5..w....i,.,,.5 --.----,:-,--:-:":;-,--,-.",h-4:,,:--,,----4-..,.;:,!-4i;,;.-,:i:-.::::.:-.4,i,ii:-,:.-,
.:. ' Baptist increminus.,, 41me't atm IR 1" ""P '', 4111111tilmardsimaunt:almn'' unim gra ow, sietrtvili.Drith-4. ,ir.,i,..1tri. vAktit. Jewish ti ., .,,,.,..,..-..,,,,,, ..:,,:..,,::1,:,.,,,,.:,...,,,,,,,,.::,.,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,i,:,i,,,,
Thy Dwellings" (I Truman W..- ..:.i.:..,,,I,,,, :., :,,,..:.i,,;,,.?,.:.,,,........,,::..,,,,,,...:.,,:,..:::,..:.:.:.:.,,.:::,:,,:,....,::::, 1-.'!.-:''
Won Scheel Study Club etSe oat te d,yels. Dommulo, gab s,,,, Lovett. son).
at.',;.;..,- .,,. di., ssongoy, oct. agth-4:30 pm. Preys- Jetties Welter ItearS Ike 06-2. La Sponsored by the Parish Wel.
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COCOLI lArturr tatuRCII ammo istm.1119cgolly-mcoNnuorn13,20o''''71-ol-stsTso-y---- reties Class, Mr..04to.Mitch oil. F,orettlil. SucawituthReettimiltboa. CA Rabbi N 'f:,
31,1 Sruls Sad ' '' p,m. Prayer mamma mi. rears -- -11thill fare Council, a reception will be -. -. t--sl
Drawer seat salvos. C.S. nAtimi KEAT Aileen MI PAL livening Serric Tuesday Oct. litat-120 pat. Oiril 4erVise "ridai. 1241 lam. seuereay held in the parish hall after the
. ,k 7 AMMO; li T.AL 20 920 ass. WIDAVIDA TS
- imituc 11011C Kint 112C ea service, when the Woman's aux.,
Sloane IL Iliaworst Irellee Welty spew psi Lei. aw picei 'AO ;M. tioly Communion.
I:10 p re liveniatiot ProaA'yars. "ridgy 120 p.m-4340k Practise.
SAS am a'&I
. ' ettionet Saturday S0 le 6:00 and CHURCH OP TEM NASAASNI ottleler5.8Pesisamm illtinosofoo(dd sitnitosidionort"' Wary will entertain the congre.
mum; 1:etinneela 046 sage 11:!apsul.14: :oplisaidadipsoysAtio:e. ppm,. rousidp 'dote crot MOO are limy Communion.
ralitlichcle: Tao .p.m mood lommloipmmotimmes I lom ip,mp, imp 410 set Heil Commutate.
414 osa. Morales trust,
Itudy sma vi .. I me p.r catorkunn cool so to 40 p.m on Ole Mottle) Miodetterl Pra.7011. Mount Hope, Canal Zone
(ammo trom Mt. Rope RR Station)
Rao. Ralph Hymns. IPssisl
Res 19111Atorgarilas CZ. ..,....Cattrstio. hoe Lei Shemin' Loam. Ave Members and former perishion
ireemaireamdpare3Ithasaihr"140 oly,,,l'us Ville ers are invited to worship at St.
Peter's Church tomorrow.. for the ,,.
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Phone 3.461e la at. -- N
Stotherhooti.,-Ist Men i thiseadeY, COCOU Sunday School 1141. 11:4; Posts and Bases ::,,:.
Loch &tenth 7 a p,as. onIPONWO Chuck et et Andrew Morning Worship
W41.1-Ath Mends" 'the Rev William W Ilaidortm Ivangetkos Service 120 p.m. UNION CHURCH ',t'l
lash Attictit LSO P4 OUR LADY Oil "ATIAA-Cartage ,,
Palest to Charge Prayer Service. Wed. 1;30 pm. Magarile.Coce Selo
Sunday Mani M 11:00 CIL PACIFIC sing
Atter a year Of intensive train .-:,) ,,A.-Pi.,,,,,..,,v,:.,-,,i4-.-0',-,f3.,.' -..,..11,.sot.:,.4....,,,i.i.,;,..i..;:,:f,'.::42..7i,,7,4,,,,,,-.-::.......:.:0,;,,.--,.. .".,...:...,:,:....:.:4....:,.....?,...:i.ii,,. .: st
Hely Day Masa at 11:80 p2s. SUNDAYS
, Cutendesai 41:011 te CM a.m. 4st lit. titAansmaTIONALa.plAPT., usoiSitrimOittl. uptRe:cm, ruratiy orAmtpohurchsP:otosuntssdaty ,., ,,.,,-4,,,,,1,,.....,', ,,,,,,,,tr..-;,,, ,i,Nt, -,,i.i;',..K,m0,.-,
Holy Cematunirm 120 em Rev b. k. thewit. Alisigtm
sto tol. Itomins Worship int in Bible history, church his- .... ,,,,a,.:....,,,.,,, ...v;...4.,;:..10 .....,s,,x::,,,I.....,:..,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,N.A.1,--V"-. ,7. l..,t,,,,
1:Itiontom Coot 'natures, sot to to rawly trays, and
Divine Wenoup tory and Christian doctrine, the -::: tt.,x.,,..,,,...ws.,,t-.-,
sm. Churol School 926 am tzsay 'chow 10,00
liche")1 1" confirmation class of the Marge- ,,,,' ''''4'......,;-,
9 I Aim Moly Communion Ind. day Maws :;.,:::,,it,::.:,i.:3i4.P.,!:.5,4":;. .:,'.::,,.X,'O'Nt........04,4,,0 ti:;.r.,::::.f:f '',. t: .::
,i et ,,: lift 1 IIT 11 aterstna prayer il SWOOP. 41e0 11411 ...........m s. IA I, Iss Church-time Nursory School... 10:00 rita Union Church will conclude ,,;-...-....,::.,;,-.11,s,
reuowslity Hour , ,.;!,,-o.A,?,m,.0.'-" --t-4,,:Ai.,,,,,-...,4- :.,,..,- ,:-.,mt;,.:t,4i-,,...
ii:oe the course with a public progr a m ..,...,- :,,,,,:,..,.,..., ,, , f.,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.., .. ......... ..,,..-;',.7-- :,..., .,.. ,t,..--
(-1' ''0 .undist daPINCIIrirsi .18.2-041 I'll aa .otiaid:Icrvet "tellth'
, ..- ., Rio Abele 11.P. FORT HORSE
II atA Alt Irk tis 11.1.A.R.1 ,. ,s, tomorrow night at 7:30 o'clock., sg.p.:Vf1.- '' s '':-, 44iiir:ifxr.: ',4,. ' ' 11
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amombes el Om mirky taltbs the Cant Zoom, 00 tie Mintiest allies
sows sleek to Noviring Wedooadep moon 0 the latest et mop ebonies
for 09 coming latergley'e climb Pat&
htipistem bomb soperatatios mul chaplains pro asked te boleros the
el Pastime sod' COlool 11,0111k1 0 -Panama. Wood welcome 0 el
WNW 'te SO and memo. got the armed mrimleg sild to sivillso noistr
borcOrteogis and Otenitet '"'
As public service. The Panama America lists below, by deseel deseelestieste.
estieste. deseelestieste. manes 0 limns IA womb ood ether regular activities.
Listiogos me rotated from time to time. Doeentioatowel havoN only
eo et two mompregatiOns am listed soder "Other Omaha Services."
'A spoolst listio noslogled hip Plwvka MPS Psts, An Tem bates
-sad NavI teethe&
tr. swirl; CatiltellSallbso
Sunday Monet: 7:00. COO. 10t00 ono
Holy DO Kamm CU. COO. ILO sOt
fed 6:00 pos.
Conlon:ions. Sotoday. 11:10 to 6;116
'ond 7:00 to COO poi Thutiday, Wort
nil Friday; 7:00 to 6:00 pm.
Mireouksai Model Novena 10 pot
rue iamoi stu, 01
1 et School Stutip Club 11:N poi of
POOLED trol 71116
' 110110M Isoirsist 6:110 tO 6:00 too
WS to COI Poo Tiours007 007010
usityNnytasem 1:00 pm, ito
Caterition Cam 10 to CO pip on
01)11 LADT OF talltdaCustmla
Sunday Man M COO asta
Holy Day Mass at CM pm.
Cmitooksal t S;41 410
Motion Como Saturday m to
Imola SAM :"11.11741Pandslet sad MIS coo
4,0130 2a st COI p.n.
Cottetralonaa 11,1114:1111141 to 4:30 and
130 to Inn
Cottonton Clans Sunda MOO 10 dita
litratattut Atodal thretnat 100 p.m
Contort tostruttionos TIOUndlif TOD
Sundefidseasa; COO and CM a.m.
Moly y Mame: 110 and 11:00 p.m
(It tt Ia en Saturday the Moms err
adel sad 1100 Ls.)
Coale atonal Saturday to COO and
141,1ir tro Thurld" 1"1" firm
leinaliouo Modal Schram and Su
gong et tho Crow trlday 1 Id p.m.
Catechism Clam; soda ori
Convoy, Clow IS p.m. Stiooday and
Nay gattimi.ni; at tall'
int Saturday-4:30 cm.)
Catachisto Clow CIO to 11:00 p.11. or
Conflation: COO to 110 Lie, Sunday
JOHillikrrat DB LA SALLB
Itundoltamaaa: SOO and ISO tnt.
,,'WOOk, ail JAM: Cid MO Thurl
Ott and at Stud Pride, imam: LOS itm
linty Day Moamar ilsad SAL tO COO
Callit4 MIME SIO dISO ond Ion to
COO Oat. an Saturday
Dram lau Maga) Nirvanas rriday
Deitch tont Maul ISO italt On Lind,
itS. tHILISSISSLa Sam,
emwtol Pa; 140110817 tA.0Pol
Sunday leamil TAO am.'
Italy Day Mum 110 pm pmContemioni:
Contemioni: pmContemioni: laturdaY SAO to 710 pm
lituraday Miet0 riret Fridge 1110 p
Catechism Clam 1:11 pm on lundo7
Sassed Saari Savona, 110 am or
Coolest Clams CIO pm. en Iburodol
Suodr1 Minato: 6:45. 11:00 and 9:1S an
Holy ogy Mateo: II:45 and 8:00
and dt45 pAt.
Contagions: Saturday 4:00 to a:00 sac
1;00 to COO pot
Mitaindous Madai Minna: Wednesday
11;15 ilnd 7:00 p.m.
Sawed Seart Novena; griday 7:111 p.m
Sunday evening Serene' 7:00 p.m
COnvert Clatet -7115 p.m liondap
tsd Thursda Ys
Cant:Piaui Clan: Sunday 10;11 a.m. to
II:4e a.m. p.m to 4:00 p.m.
rirstt rridayExpostition of Moat Bleat Bleated
ed Bleated Sacrament all day Reposition et glo
cm. Saturday morning.
First Saturday Devotions te our Lady
gatina..The Holy Itosary-4:00 m
Tint Communise Instructions tor chi'.
&on Monday end Thursday 0:00 to
&nutty Maio: AO, COO and tell am.
ttel.7 Ultr Sfarnint OAS 0:00 0.1n. ond
Oldeliitette; Saturday COO II:00 and
SO COO PAL 41tot UV leslo ov
riattiouit Modal Novena: 11:11 pod
too 0.10. od Monday.
Catechises) Claw Attar ISO Mau os
tugirai Priday lopettition 011 to, Rudy',
PIM Saturdomo Way et 1111 lus
MOLT fAMILT MUM le Margarita
skritei Magoon 7:00. 040, 11:116 de,
ri atUrday Mani COO lat,
Weekday Moses; ...... MOO a.m.
&mutely TAO pas te 0:00 pm
Miraculous Modal Novena 7:00 p.m
Idol, Day Marese tit a.m. II:15 p.m
Cantata lop 1:411 pie to 4:48 pap
Pariah family Remo SOO
lenellottots 7:00 p.m
Discussion Inquiry Group 1:30 p.m.
1st. riday ottema 7:00 p.m.
tat.- tutoy Mom 7;00 pas
ST VINCiallritilahebow City
Sunday Mpaoix 0110 at sad MOO
Holy Day Mama: CIO cat and
Pastaiallasaglao to COO and it'll lo
!Talletlifoitt. 111Clais1:1046 sin tie Suagay
ammo,' Claiawf4varP 11411 VW
ejlitsou' Latta 'likodai
undo' Meow 11;10
Rely Day Masai SO0114111
Centime low 1:20 to 1:00 p ea. ma Sell
Osterititen CUPP 4110 ore on lennstor
OUR LA1D1 OP GOOD COMMA.
Londay Masses; 1010 end 100 g
holy DS" Memo: 11100 LI& 1111111
ett4100410101 It100 itnd
ail evening devotion',
llantimus by appointment'
Miraculous MoMil Novenas 1:00 pat
1 Reel pavenei 1100 mot ev
Sunday Schools cde pm. ea Sunday
Religious Instruction.. Clem toe
dron, 4;00 p.m on Tinoill011)'
1 111.14110101 I01 adults Tem
laugwo im learnt" Vt I MN 80im de megt
Comte InMrustiene ottisolnianent
1110 1111. kw it. Hobo Good 4.10
Tits Ton Svc tscra A AMNIA
TH1 CATNEDSAL ON rt. LAMS
LSO aan Snip Communimi.
Church oiti (104 Com
munton ard Sundmi,
41:30 ans. Santa Cimmunion. SUlt,
Well DORM, 0.. MIS sni
WOO s.to Martini' 'Pray: and Ser
mon Doty Communion tat Sunday.
TM 'ma livening Simko.
tY SUN SODA S
die aro. hely Communion.
1:100 ors remind 'TIM.
COO ant itoty Communion.
did ant Doty Communion.
CIS oak. Month trivet,
OMR Micidoitary Prayers.
Chock et ot Andrew
trite Rev W Baldwin,
Priest la Darts
Holy Cominunicm 1:10 owl
ramlly Prayer and
Church School 111111 eat
LAlso Holy COMMIMitiRt End.
Morning Prayer Secopm 41.00 sal
Sunday each Month.
1104 Conununion SAS
Chapel el The Drool
The lov Chimes W. mays
Meg in Charlie
a:00 eat Morning) Prow.
(ILC. find Friday each Month).
st, limon's Chola
the Rev. John Sonar. Prism in Charge
Chorai Sucharist and len-
me TAO oat
Church School 1;00 pal
Episcopal Yenuillt Ch.archnian 1:00 pm
Evensong and amen 1;00 pat
MONDAYS, T DAYE
Morning Prayer and Holy
Communion I:00 aiii
Venni PreYer 1;00 ptin
Woman Auxiliary, Ind end
Holy Communion.- ., '1 :00. am
Morning Prayer 1:06 eat
Vetting Prayar 1:00 par
I anilly Eucharist 140 am
Office of Complino 0:00 pai
Peter's Church 1
Tim loc. John Spear. Prison In Claret
Mornins Prayer and Chursn
Confirmation Class .. 0:30 ase
Choral rueharild and .......... now
$conyons and Address 1:30 pro
Woman Auxillery ISO pia
IRIJESDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Hely Communion 0:00 sin
Chapoi of ths.iioly Comforter
Von L. kilitlitihrt31116st W pe000
130 m, Holy CoviimuniOn.
Chords of St. Margaret
Way. and Brazos lily&
Tha Hrs. Edwin C. Wester
1:10 a.m. Holy COMMUniOn
9:30 a.m. Church School Sorvice.
II:00 oat Morning Prayor. (Holy
Conununlon first Sunday of
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
1:00 eat, HOly Communion.
The Hes. Allan IR, Wenn.
Priest in Charge
The Sat, David A Osborne,
1:01 Ali.. Chorai Eisch4rist deollior
1:110 asa. Infant Baptism,
1.00 Clsurch School
I:10 pat Youth Fellowship
00 Scansong and Address.
Ond and 4th WSDNZIDAYS
i.10 pen Woman a Auxiliary and Al Altar
tar Altar guild Mooling.
St Paul'a Chard
rho WM, Lanteei Shirley, Reeler
The Env. Carlton O. Morales ANL
0:00, gas, Holy Commission
1'dlo Las Sung Sueions, 46 Sermon
10:46 a m Morning Prover and Churen
WOO eons Holy Soothes
-00 omit Solana Swears
ihete ir 131
1:30 sat Holy Lommunion
1:30 ow. Ecornitts Prayer arid Swami
0:06 Ito Hwy Communism
1:01146. Evening) Prayer
tlitiRSDAYo AND frhiDAYS
3:10 Holy Cachou:nog
1.00 oat Holy Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH SY-THE-ILA
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
Tho Roc, J. Peter Farmer, Rector
7he Roc. Hem A. Blake, Assistant
1:00 cm. Sol) Communion
:30 Solemn Evensong is Samos
6:30 a.m. Morning Prayer
9:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist and Sormon
10:30 a.m. Church School
MONDAY, TIDDIDAY St THURSDAY
St40 a.m. Morning Prayer
4:00 a.m. Holy Communita
1:00 p.m. tcening Prayer
1;410 a.m. Morning Preyar
4;10 cm. Holy Communion
prn., Scat, Prayer 46 Address
SAO LOU Montilla MEI
1:00 pat. Scooting Prayer
SAO a.m. Childrell'e Encnrild
1:40 itat. Morning Prayer
1:00 am. Holy Communion
COO p.m, ScenMg Prayw
1:11 p.m. Office of Compline.
St. Chriatophat's Omsk
10th Mean, Pareue Wows
The Rev Clare W. Hoyle.
Plana In 01610
The Soy. Classes AL CraSwell
II:00 soma. Pair Commission.
:SO amt. lung eueberlot and Ikesiest
:30 cut Mottins Prover sod Church
11:00 noon Holy Baptise.
1:30 pan evensong end Sermon.
Y:31 Pln Pe see 4 Woman', Aux-
ruts DA VS nitrY,
11:10 pin trnal v Danalites fiot the
:30 p.m. Vol fetiowsitip.
' 1:00 a.m. Holy Commumen. 1
,111111 PAXAMA alittliC(1b1
18:4 pm. Zvening Prim!, sall 1101,480
tm 1.1 ILIDA YS
8:00 Obi" Itvrlditialiirlotosts.sty.
840,jp.ra Lft .vid
38 s-mo Junta, Cadliosstion
CHU RCS OF TSB SAZAS1141
4461 irringipem St. 7. ammo C.S.
Rev.-Siam 0 Noises. testes
lee 1191 Balboa. C.& Ti pi 1-11102
Suottey Srbool 11:4 sat
Warship Serviee 66,, HA la
Youth Service SA poi
Beane' heti Servos 1 :Se p.ai
Prue Service, Wed. .66 11,, ,115
Sum 1 I.m. Panama Volley.
10.30 am Sunda Ithool.
1:15 p.m. cal Sorties
Sunday 1 ant. Paraiba
am. Pandit& Sunday School
' 7'15 IMIL Ponta SvallSelical
Sunday. Oct. 19th-4 cm Rev. Victor
John Watiop 1.0. I pas. Mr. A. A.
Monday. Oct. 110th-4:30 pm. Prepa Preparation
ration Preparation Clam Mr. Geo. Mita hell. I 20
p,m. Prayer meeting dr. Pearl ford.
Tuesday. Oct glet.-4;20 iveg. oiric
League. Mill 12.
tridu MO pAt.-,43tolt Practise.
CRUNCH OP TEM NALASENI
Mount Hope. Canal Zone
(moss trom Mt. Napo RR Station)
Nev. Isiah Ilysong. Pastor
Sec 19111Margarita, CZ.
lunday School 9:41 am
Morning Worship 11 :10
Evangeistie Service 7 JO p.m.
Prayer Service. Wed. ... T:30 pm.
NATIONAL SAMS? 00101C111
'MIMS S.P., Oro Street got
Rev k. Strowit. Minietur
Colvin, Worship 9:10 am
Sunday School 1:00 pm.
Ilanday L :41 11141
SundaY Schou) 1:00 pm.
ItissIluSs Thursdays M 720 pas. and
Sundays at 4:00 Win Memorial
101 Pathos Road, BMWs,
CRUNCH OP JESUS CHRIST OP
LATTER DAT SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting. Sunday 11;30
Sunday School. Sunday 10:00 am.
Sacrament Meeting. Sunday 1:00 em
ROI Satiety; Tuaatiay 9:00 SAL
MIA: Wadriesday 7 20 p.m.
Primary; Thursday 4:00 P.m
Telenhons Salton 4227.
Sundial 200, Schoolhouse load. Gahm
Sunday School; Sunday II:30 a.m.
Italting: Sunday 11:00
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"A Warm Hearted Church
Milton IL Laidig, Mink:tee
Phone Res. 13-7116 Of. 13-1101
Sundae School 9:30 a.m.
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Morning Worship 11:00
Youth Pe llowahip 11:00
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Prayer and Praise ("Fedi 1:00 p.m
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Monday: 7:30 Young People's Society
Wednesday: 7:30 Mid-week Chr Wan
Thursday: MOO Choi, Sehearsal.
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CITURCH OF CHRIST
13th At Bolivar Ave., Cristabal, CZ.
Ras, O. Wright Evangelist
Bible Massie .. 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship end
Communion 11 :00 GAL
tvening Worship 1:30 p.m.
Herald of Truth
HOK 1;43 9:15 a.m.
Mid-Week Bible StUdy ?BO p.m.
Questions and AMIllterli S:U 9:11
HOK, Coin. HY.
You will receive a warm weleome at
seek Of our services.
CHURCH OF GOD
Foreign Minion Dept. Hdierm:
CHURCH OF GODBalbea, CIL
Wirz Memoria Bldg.
800 Balboa Rd.
Information: Phone Gamboa 420
Sunday Service 11:00 a.m
Youth Service 4:30 p.m
tvangellatic 1:30 p.m.
CHURCH OF GOD Parolee. CZ.
No. 4 Parolee Road
Inforniation: Phone Parathe 1133
Sundaz Service 11:00 cm.
Youth Service 1:30 p.m.
Ivangellatic 1:10 p.m
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15th Street, Paulus Let Pyre
St Attlay Servitte 11:00 cm.
Sundt, School 3:00 p.m.
Evange 111418 1:30 p.m,
CHURCH OF HOD Ping.
31e. 4-104, 37th Strait
Sunday Seheel and
Morning Service 10:30 a.m.
Evangelistic 7:30 P.m.
CHURCH OF GOD stencil lo, Posit.
Trans Isthmian Highway, Gaipnel lio
Sunday School and
Morning Service 11:00 ctn.
Evanitolhtic 7:00 p.m.
CHURCH OF GOD Santa Rita, Pled.
Trans Isthmian Highway, Santa Rita
Sunday School and
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Evangelistic 7:00 p.m.
CHURCH OF GOD Cativi, Pinata&
Trona Isthmian Highway, Cative
Sunday Ikhool and
Morning Service 11:00 cm.
1Dvangellatic 7;00 p.m.
cuouRat or GOD Ce 1614 Sfami mit
Ith Street neer Me lends' Ave.
Sunday School and
Morning Service 10:fie cm.
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ILEDESIMI LUTHERAN CHURCH
Se thee Road at Wahl Street
leo. Robert E. flumick. Plater
P.O. Sox 0110. Balboa.
Sunday School. Sib le Cleal S
Di Vint SerVIC" 10:15 at
Holy Ceaununkm, ftan Sunday of the
Coto Selo Chapel
Mr. Frederick S. Mick. Visor
'Divine Beretta 11 am.
Moly Conunuttion. Mat Sunday of the
Janina altar aloard 02-.1t
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Junior ChurchStutday School :00
Morning Worship 10:00
Church-timo Nursery School 10 :00
rollowship Hour 11:00
Sunday School :00
Morning Worahlp 10 :30
Youth Fallowahip 0 :30
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Stmday School 0 ;30
Morning Worship 11:00
(Holy Conununion first Sun Sunday
day Sunday of Month )
Sunday School (Bldg. 130 ) 1:00
Morning Worship 10:15
Youth FellowshipSunday 7 :00
MAROON MR VOICE RASE
Stmday School :30
Morning Worship 0 :30 & 10:4S
Youth Fellowship :30
Adult Biblo ClassMonday
Young Peephole Instruction
Tuesday 0 :30
18th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worship :00
(Holy Communion rirst SUB-
day of Month )
Doily Mesa 4:15
Sunday Masses S:30 & 11 :30
Daily Maas 1:15
Sunday Moues COO. 10:15 & 11:45
Confessions Saturday 4:00 7:30
Catechism ClassWadrunday 4:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION, RODMAN
Sunday Masa 6 :30
Daily Mau :00
Saturday Maas 7 :00
Sunday Masa II:30
Confessiems Saturday 7 :00 5:00
Sunday Wm 10:30
ALBROOK AM 11011C12 BASK
Daily Maas ti :00
Saturday Mass 7 :MI
SundAy Masses 7 :45 Ss 12:00
Sunday Masa (Swish ) 1:00
Novena Services Tuesday 7 :00.
Confessions Saturday 1:00
Tort Kohl Saturday 2 AM
USOJWIL BalboaIriday 7 :30
Albroott Air Pores Satureay 4 :00
U110-021, BalboaSaturday 5 :30
Sunday School 11:30
Morning Worship 10:45
Coffee Cali 10 :30
Church Nursery 10:30
Deily Mem 4:30
Saturday Mass 11:30
Sunday Masses :30 k 1:30
Confessions Saturday 12;:3000 : 173;3300
Weekly Servicsa in all church"
Sabbath School 9:30 ern.
Divine Servico 11:00 arn.
Youth's Meeting 4:30 pre.
Bible Study and Prayer
Patine Side Panned
Pastor 1P.R. Archbold Tel. 211-3-3590
Cabo Verde. Ave. J3. de la Casa No.
Morrill 23th. No.
Pueblo Nuevo I.A St. between Ird
end 4th Sta.
Rio Abajo llth St. No. 21
Gamboa and PAWN'
Pastor W. H. Waller Tel. 9-310
Pastor A. A, Halt Tel. I-102
Spanish Churches Pacific Side Panama
Pastor Daniel Moncadi Tel. 11-3-
panama, Calla Darien' No. S.
Pedrepl & Nuevo Guarare.
Pastor G. A. Jeffries Tat. 3-2103
Cristobal langlish &
Colon Srd St.
Pastor Manuel Caldaron Tel. 2-2103
Cristobal Spanish lith & Bolivar
0144 Davi Ian Road, Balboa Tel.
2-11159 & 2-3531.
To Cease Giving
WASHINGTON T h e
Federal Trade Commission (FTC)
yesterday ordered Firestone Tire
and Rubber Co. to stop giving il ilieSsi
ieSsi ilieSsi price concessions to favor favored
ed favored franchise dealers.
The commission upheld an ex examiner's
aminer's examiner's finding that the Akron,
Ohio, firm had classified 50 of its
1,214 dealers as "warehouse"
dealers and granted them special
The FTC said such price dis discriminations
criminations discriminations may result in sub.
stands! lessening of competition
in violation of the Robinson-Patman
amendment to the Clayton
The commission said that Fire Firestone
stone Firestone hereafter must charge the
settle net price to customers who
compete with each other in resell reselling
ing reselling or distributing its products.
ST. P IT R'S
Holy Eucharist will be celebrat celebrated
ed celebrated at St. Peter's Church in La
Boca for the lest time tomorrow,
'Trinity Sunday, as the closing
will take place with a final serv service
ice service of evensong at 4 p.m.
Starting hour is 7 a. m., and
the Rev. John Spear, priest in
charge, will be celebrant and
As Bishop of the diocese, the
Rt. Rev. R. Heber Gooden will
deliver the sermon at the final
service and Meats at the re removing
moving removing of the consecration of
the church. Other clergymen will
he present st the service, with
Archdeacon Lemuel B. ,Shirley,
a one time priest of St. Peter's,
For fhe Ctffertory, the choir
will render two anthems. entitled
"Great and Marvelous" (Roland
niggle) and "How Lovely Aro
Thy Dwellings" O. Truman Wat Watson
son Watson ).
Sponsored by the Parish Wel.
fare Council, reception will be
held in the parish hall atter tho
service, when the Woman's aux.
ill ary will entertain the congre congresatin&
satin& congresatin& Members and former parishion parishioners
ers parishioners are invited to worship at St.
Peter's Church tomorrow. for the
After o. year of intensive train
ing in Bible history, church his history
tory history and Christian doctrine, the
confirmation class of the Marge.
rita Union Church will conclude
the course with a public program
tomorrow night at 7:30 o'clock.
The young people will partici participate
pate participate in group and individual rec recitations
itations recitations of Bible passim and
catechism. Members of the class
participating in tomorrow night's
program include Terrence Con Conley,
ley, Conley, Stephen Franklin, James
and Janet Hoverson, Keith Mc McLeod,
Leod, McLeod, Carl F. Miedl, Jr., Barba Barbara
ra Barbara O'Neal, Susan Mathieson, and
Ewald Wiberg., Jr.
Tomorrow has also been des designated
ignated designated as bon voyage Sunday by
the church. At both the 9:30
a.m., Coco Solo Service and the
1 a.m. Margarita Service a ape apecial
cial apecial theme designated to add a
spiritual note to the many vaca vacation'
tion' vacation' soon to be observed by the
members of the church and com community.
munity. community. The congregation will share in
a specially prepared Traveler's
Litany and Traveler's Covenant.
The pastor's sermon will deal
with the day's theme and is en entitled
titled entitled "Bound Together.' The
muse and hymns are also chos chosen
en chosen to compliment the day's
thooght. At the 11:00 a.m. Mar Margarita
garita Margarita service Mr. and Mrs. Ste Stephen
phen Stephen .R. Kerala will present
their infant daughter, Suzette Ca Camille
mille Camille for baptism.
At 3:30 p.m. the young people
of the church will gather at Ran Rancho
cho Rancho Ramos for the final session
of the year. following games
and a picnic supper there will
be a brief 'service and the elec election
tion election of officers for the coming
On Monday night, the Men's
Fellowship will hold their month monthly
ly monthly supper meeting. The guest
speaker for the evening will be
C.Z. engineer Elmer B. Stevens
who will describe some of the
factors involved in the construc construction
tion construction of the new overhead bridge.
The Women's Auxiliary will
meet Tuesday night at 7:30 p.m.
Chaplain r. G. Chaphe of Ft.
Gulick will speak on his experi experiences
ences experiences in Japan. The ladies are
studying various countries under,
the year's theme "World Wide
Sisterhood." Mrs. Hazel Richards
will lead the opening devotional.
Hostesses for the evening are
Mrs. Grace Irving and Mrs. Mi Miriam
riam Miriam Middlemas.
FSU Public Naar
To Start June 15
Dr. William P. Dillingham, pro professor
fessor professor of economics at Florida
State University, will arrive
June 9 to instruct classes in the
FSU Canal ZOno c olio g pret pretgram.
gram. pretgram. He will give classes, beginning
June 15, in principles of econo economks
mks economks at Fort Kobbe Education
Center on Monday and Wednel Wednelday
day Wednelday evenings and nubile finance
on Tuesday and Thursdsy eve evening
ning evening at Albrook Air Fore
Dillingham did his undergrad undergraduate
uate undergraduate work at- the University of
Florida, took his masters at the
University of Tennessee and his
doctorate in economics at Duke
University. His dissertation "Fed "Fedoral
oral "Fedoral Aid to Veterans, 1917 to
1941' was selected in 1951 es the
most worthy of publication. for
that year. In 1955-56 Doctor Del Del'Inds
'Inds Del'Inds m was setnior consultant
with President Eisenhowsr's Com Commission
mission Commission on Veteran's Pensions.
In 193657 be was research as associate
sociate associate with the Florida Citizens
Tar Cautiell preparing reports
en intangible tuition, cigarette
license fees and puking utility
During the summer of 195g,
Dillingham was a research fel felloW
loW felloW and visiting scholar st Duke
Universiti under the Common Commonwealth
wealth Commonwealth Fund, studying economie
relations between the Unite d
States and Canada.
Registration for the FSU sum summer
mer summer term will be teld June 8-12.
Classes, other than cconomic
include history psychology, math mathemetics
emetics mathemetics end h'iology.
WAR ON LITTIRSUG
NEW YORK 11P1)--The elty
launchtd a drive against litter litterbugs
bugs litterbugs yesterday and 733 persons
collected tickets. They face Dm
of up to $25.
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UPPED Promoted to pthate first class, Marine Donnie R.
Johnsno (left) of Philadelphia, Pa., receives congratulationsd,
from Lt. Col, Frederic F. Draper, Marine Barracks executive?1,
officer. The young Leatherneck is a gate sentry at the Rod Rodman
man Rodman Naval Station.
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8:20 & I0:40-"THE GOSPEL OF
Though an obscure character in the Bible. one Simus the run runaway
away runaway slave teachst many lessons concerning the freedom Christ
Offers those who believe.
, Cfrittpnrry, CHAPEL Robert L. SOZter
"9':JOSUNDAV 'SCHOOL (Classes for all agesr
Bible study can be a joy under trained teachers. graded emit.
uncrowded surroundings. and proper leaching-aids. ?reins the erils erilsroom
room erilsroom and nurseries through the adult classes you'll like our 8Un 8Unday
day 8Unday School. it's for the whole family.
6:30-BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
Church life is like any other kind of life; you ean stiunble into
Jt, or you can train for it. A trained Christian is a useful Chris Chris,
, Chris, Man.,
7:30,-"A MARRIAGE IN HEAVEN"
Revelation 19 is a picture of heavenly wedding that ends in a
war as a honeymoon. Coming events ate pictured in Revelation
that we might be forewarned.
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POOTIVII inlommises and results;
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Christ's Word Con Change Your Wort&
9:30SUINIDAY SCHOOL FOR ALL THE FAMILY
Here you will find helpful instruction in the Word of
God that can be applied in your lite daily. In everv class
the best educational procedurea are used in teaching. There
is a place for your entire family. Come.
I :00"PRAISE FOR GOD'S PEOPLE"
Would you like to know more about the New Teata Teatament,
ment, Teatament, e life of the Christian? This study of the book of
Philippiann will teach you many thinge. A series of eight
messages from the book will hely you to grow. orav anr
ilve for Christ daily. You will not want to miss any of
6:00JET CADETS and HIGH SCHOOL
7:00"PRAVER FOR GOD'S PEOPLE"
Second in the series on Philippians. Learn more about
prayer, its power, and need in the life of 0001 DeOttle.
What can we ask God for? Is he interested in the little
things in my life?
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By TED WILBER
The second round of the 1959
Kodak 'Brookline' tournament will
get underway at the Panama
Gold Club this weekend with
some fine matches scheduled.
During the past week all first
round matches were due to be
One of the closest matches in
the championship flight was that
between the teams of Mitten MittenKascher
Kascher MittenKascher and C. Paz Rodriguez RodriguezWebb
Webb RodriguezWebb Hearne. The Mitten-Kascher
duet had a tight turn after nine
holes, being 4 down to their oppo opponents.
nents. opponents. In one of the big upsets,
however, Mitten and his partner
proceeded to take No. 10 with a
bird, and halve No. 11 to remain
3 down. On No. 12, Mitten sent
off a long drive, followed by a
longwood up the bill by Kascher,
leaving Mitten a 100-yard wedge
shot from near the rough on the
right. Mitten told his opponents
'I'm setting this one up for a
bird" and smacked the ball on a
beautiful line to the pin. The ball
hit about ten feet directly in front
of the hole, took one short
bounce, and dropped into the
hole for ati eagle 3!
After this sensational, s h o t,
being then only 2 down, Mitten
and Kascher proceeded to romp
around the remainder of the
course taking seven out of the
nine holes and halving two to
win 3 up over Rodriguez and
In other fine matches, Kent KentDavis
Davis KentDavis defeated Jorge Rodriguez RodriguezHooberry
Hooberry RodriguezHooberry by a score of 3 and 2;
Carlos Arosemena-Brown won o over
ver over Maduro-Saarinen 2 and 1;
Dr. Mascot-Dr. TapLa defeated
Fidanque-Dalton 4 and 3; and
Hinkle-K. Aldwin won over
Westman-Arango 4 and 3. Torres TorresHalman
Halman TorresHalman won by default over Williams-Mahone,
as did Cruz-Carter
over Jaime de la Guardia-Stanziola.
In the championship fligh t,
matches shceduled for this week weekend
end weekend are:
Mitten-Kascher vs Torres-Halm
Cruz-Carter vs Kent-Davis.
Arosemena-Brown vs (winner of
Humbert-Valdes vs AriasAle ma
Massot-Tapia vs Hinkle-K. Bald Baldwin.
win. Baldwin. In the consolation flight during
the past week, Lee-Beeson de defeated
feated defeated Correa-Ridge by default;
Kincaid-Anderson n over Mor Morrice
rice Morrice Messier by default; F. Baldwin-Boyd
by default; Robins-D. Deh Dehlinger
linger Dehlinger defeated DesLondes-Swen
son 3 and 2; Negro Arias' Cain
defeated Baumgardner Lally by
default, and J. J. Vallarino Jr.-
1Chandeck defeated Moran-Hernan1
dez by default.
Matches in the second round
in the consolation flight schedul scheduled
ed scheduled for olay this weekend are:
Lee-Beeson vs (winner of Watson-WoodcoCk
Kincaid-Anderson vs F. Baldwin BaldwinBoyd.
Boyd. BaldwinBoyd. Robins-D. Dehlinger vs Negro
Vallarino-Chandeck vs (Winner
Pierooint-Merwr vs Muller Duran).
VICTORIA I RIO
MAN WITH TIIE
Chapters 4 6
USARCarib "A" team Is
now holding a slim lead over
the Machine Records Unit "A"
squad after the ninth week ot
bowling in the Fort Amador Post
Bowling League. The Amador 01-
ficers' team is holding down the
third slot, five points out of tile
Chief Warrant Officer Philip
Vescio, last,, year's PO singles
and all events Champion, is lead leading
ing leading the league again this year
with a high average of 179 and
a high serios of 582. The high
game so far was turned in by
Carl Bowden from the Security
Service Detachment team w n ol
rolled a 235;
The high. series with handicap
waS rolled by Serwant First
Class Charles Traynor, a 63i,
and the high game with handi
cap was turned in by Lt. Col.
Harry W. Post, a 252, Sergeant
Traynor rolls for the Machine
Records Unit "B" team and Co
onel Post is with the Hilltoppers.
14 0 4
I TODAY ENCANTO 35-20
Burt Lancaster in
Dana Andrews in
THE CURSE OF
At his pnesent pace, Aaron not
only would become the first NL
.400 hitter since Bill Terry in
1930 but also would set nevb
league,. records of 307 hits, 65
doubles and 59 homers in addi addition
tion addition to driving in 181 runs!
Impossible? Perhaps, but al almost
most almost anything seems posaible
these days for Aaron who raised
his average to .468 last night
when be connected for four hits
in the Milwaukee Braves' 10 S
,rout of the Philadelphia Phillies.
Aaron drove in time runs with
homer, double and two smgles
and now has 66 hits, 14 .doubles,
13 homers and 39 RBI's m 33
Aaron's slugging made it easy,
for Lew Burdette to become the
Major Leagues' first seven-game
winner of the season despite the
fact that he was touched for 12
hits including a pinch homer by
Gene Freese. Freese's homer
was his fourth as a pinch-hitter
two shy of the big league rec record
ord record for one season.
The Braves thereby hold a
four-game lead over the Los
Angeles Dodgers vtho beat the
San Francisco Giants, 2-1, in
a 13 inning ma r a th n. The
Pittsburgh Pirates beat the
Cincinnati Reds, 4-3, and the
St. J.ouis Cardinals scored a
3-1, 14-inning victory over the
Chicago Cubs in the other Na National
tional National League games.
There was more woe for those
faltering world champion N e w
York Yankees in American
League action when Hoyt Wi!
helm ,pitched a one-hitter against
them for a 5-0 Baltimore Oriole
victory and the Cleveland In Indians
dians Indians retained their half game
first-place lead with a 1-0 deci decision
sion decision over the Detroit Tigers. The
Chicago White Sox beat the Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City Athletics, 2-1, and the
Boston Red Sox shaded the
Washington Senatbrs, 4-3.
Aaron hit a two-run homer in
the first inning, singled home an another
other another run in the second and add added
ed added a dotible and single in the
fourth and eighth innings to lead
Milwaukee's 16-hit attack. Robin
Roberts was keyed tin' 1,t)2-3 :in :innings
nings :innings and suffered his third set setback.
back. setback. The Milwaukee musclemen
blasted out six doubles and a
triple in addition to Aaron's per personal
sonal personal output giving them 28 to.at
bases against four Philadelphia
Don Drysdale went the full 13
innings for the Dodgers and gain gained
ed gained his fourth victory when Gil
Hodges singled home the deci decisive
sive decisive run against Al Worthington.
The Dodgers scored an unearn
ed run in the sixth and the Gi Giants
ants Giants tied the score in the ninth
when Willie Kirkland singled and
Orlando Cepeda tripled. Johnny
Antonelli went the finst 11 in innings
nings innings for San Francisco,
Dick Schofield's tinth inning
homer gave the Pirates ineir
margin of victory and Vern Law
his fourth win. Law scattered
eight hits and preserved the win
TEE PANAMA AmTridcAN Mij iNDYZENDENT DAILY lawsrAni
HEARrt FLING Mickey
Mantle started throwing his
bat away after striking out
with Yankees on the bases.
By FRED DOWN, ;
NEW YORK, May 23 (UPI) Hank Aaron,
who always said he,might hit .400 if he got off to a
fast start, is hammerin' away at a fantastic clip that
could rewrite the National League record book.
when he struck ,out Johnny Pow Powers
ers Powers and got Johnny Temple to
bit into a force play with the
bases filled and one out in the
Gino Cimolis 1.6th doubles of
the season drove In the tie-breaking
run in the lath inning and
Bill Henry's balk let in the Car Cardinals'
dinals' Cardinals' insurance tally.. Jim Bros Brosnan,
nan, Brosnan, who yielded only one hit o over
ver over the last Silt innings, picked
up his first win for St. Louis.
Wilhelm, who pitched a no-hit
Or against the Yankees last Sept.
20, held them hitless until the'
eighth when Jerry Lumpe sin-
gled for the world chiampions' on only
ly only hit of the game. Gus,' Than.,
dos' two-run first-inning homer
was the big blow for the Orioles'
yho dealt World Series Hero BO'
Turley his fifth loss, It was the
fifth time this season the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees were Shut out.
Seventh-innning doubles bY
Vic Power and Minnie Minos
were the only hits Clevelani
managed off Paul Foytack but
they were enough for victory
behind Gary Bell's 'four hit
pitching. Bell struck out five
and yielded one walk in post posting
ing posting his fourth victory against
two losses. The deafest was
Foytack's sixth compared to
Luis Aparicio scored both
White Sox runs and outfieider
Jim Landis saved Bob Shaw's
fourth win with a diving catch
with the bases filled in the ninth
Aparicio opened the game
with a single, stole second and
scored on Nelson Fox's single.
Then in the third, Aparicio dou doubled
bled doubled and scored when tha-d
baseman Hal Smith fumbled
Fox's bunt and threw wildly to
fkrst. Bob Gim suffered his
fourth loss for Kantsas City.
t.Ted Williams drove in the .ty-
ing run and scored the winning
run in Boston's win over Wash Washington
ington Washington which hasn't beaten Ike
Delock in three years. Reno Ber Bertoia
toia Bertoia hit his seventh homer nad
Jim Lemon his 10th for the Sen Senators
ators Senators while Dick Gernert hit his
.sixtb for the Red Sox.
(Based on 85 official at bats)
G AG R H Pct.
Aaron, Nlil 33 141 41 66 .468
Burgess, Pit 31 106 11 38 .358
Temple, Cin 36 148 28 52 35
Pinson, Cin 36 14 30 50 .331
Crandall, Mil 33 130 17 43 .531
Bruton, Mil 27 109 21 36 .330
Alou, SF 29 98 17 32 .317
Cimoli, St. L v36 145 24 47 324
Covington, Mil 31 118 9 38 .322
G AB R H Pct.
Kuenn, Det 27 107 13 41 .383
Fox, Chi. 36 149 20 55 .389
Colavito, Cleve. 33 132 24 45 .341
Gdnert, Bos 32 113 19 38 .336
Ka line, Detroit 34 139 16 46 .331
Maris, K 32 125 25 41 .328
Runnels, Bos 34 128 20 41 .320
Str'land, Cleve 30 104 20 33 .317
Malzone, Bos 34 134 24 42 .313
Bridges, Det 34 122 12 38 .311
Runs Batted In
Banks, Cubs 39
Aaron, Braves 39
Robinson, Reds 34
Demeter, Dodgers 34
Mays, Giants 32
Jensen, Red Sox
(Easel on 3 or moro decisions)
Face, Pirates 6 0 1.000
Klippstein, Dodgers 4 0 1.003
Rush, Braves 3 0 1.000
Mizell, Cardinals 5 1 17.3
Law, Pirates 4 1 .1300
Wilhelm, Orioles 8 0 1.000
McLish, Indians 5 0 1.000
Shaw, White Sox 4 0 1 01)0
Larsen, Yankees 3 0 1.900
Giant, Indians 3 0 1.000
wslirar niriniet St 8 1 MI
5 0 1.000
4 0, 1.01)0
3 0 1.900
3 0 1.00G
St 8 1 MO
Jesus Santamaria;Panama's un unbeaten
beaten unbeaten featherweight,,, champ, is
counting heavily on a 'win over
ranking US 126-pounder Ike Chest Chestnut
nut Chestnut tomorrow mght at the Colon
Chestnut is rated sixth among
the world's fightersfin his class
by The Ring magazine. A victo victory
ry victory for Santamaria cotdd quite
possibly serve as,,, a, stepping
stone for the Panamanian to
scale greater heights Awhich would
qualify him' for a shot, at Davey
Moore's wOrld title one day.
Up' to a few months ago, Sen..,
tamaria was, ranked, tenth in
his division by this National
Sexing Association of America..
At present he is not included
tho NBA's ratings and he
has never been so honored by
The NBA does not consider
Chestnut among the top ten fea featherweights
therweights featherweights in its most recent
ratings. However, he enjoyed
that distinction several months a ago.
go. ago. There is no doubt that the Pa Panama
nama Panama monarch Is a tough custo customer.
mer. customer. He can hit, take consider considerable
able considerable punishment without batting
an eye, and is noted for remark remarkable
able remarkable stamina.
His critics say that he needs a
lot more polish if he is to make
the grade in the big time, and
that theory is probably Justifia Justifiable.
ble. Justifiable. But his stanchest roocers,
which. are legiotl, claim that the
22-year-old native of Escobal, a
leoastal town in the Colon pro province,
vince, province, is the Rocky Marciano
type of fighter.
They argue that the former
world heavyweight champion
was not exactly renowned for
finesse in the ring but he took
on, and defeated, all comers
in his owp roUgh-and4umblo
fashion before, Wiring undefoat undefoatIn
In undefoatIn racking up 16 straight tri triumphs
umphs triumphs against native and import imported
ed imported boxers, Santamaria has al always
ways always been confident when fac facing
ing facing an opponent. The underdog
role he, has, held on occasion,
never has fazed him. r,
Tho colorful clouter, who
out of the ring looks like the
country bumpkin that he is,
went into tho championship
fight against former monarch
Isidro Martinez last June in
Colon with tins Odds heavy in
, Martinez' Asvor ,to, retain his
Isidro was fresh from the
States with an impressive Win
over Chestnut under his belt and
talk was rife among thk, local
fight gentry that the flashy
southpaw switchhitter would be
the next featherweight champion
of the world. ,-,
For the firt,' seven rounds it
looked like Martinez was going
to be the winner and stilli champ.
He gave the challenger the box boxing
ing boxing lesson of his life and the o overflow
verflow overflow crowd an idea of why he
had been such a sensation in the
But in the eighth Santa got go going,
ing, going, .1,ust before the beell sound sounded
ed sounded to end that stanza he felled
the champ with a wicked right
cross to the jaw, and Isidro, daz dazed
ed dazed and helpless, was lifted to his
corner. He managed to last out
the ninth by backpedalling
throughout the round, but he was
a beaten, man.
When the gong soimdod to
start tho tenth, Martinez, who
kept moaning that he couldn't
-sae, refused to budge and he
was counted out, white sitting
on his stool, rby referee Colon
Al Brown. Brown lifted Santa Santamaria's
maria's Santamaria's arm in token of his
TKO victory seconds later.
The doors of the Arena drill be
opened to the public at 7 o'clock
Sunday night. General admission
price is $1.50, general ringSide,
$4; and reserved ringside, $3,
Warren Hacker Hurls
Buffalo To Within
Half-Game Of Lead
NEW YORK, May 23 (UPI)
Warren Hacker's mastery over
his old Miami teammates has
brought the Buffalo Bisons to
within a half game of the first
place. -Marlins in the Internation International
al International League.
Hacker spun a neat five-hitter
last. night to beat Miami, 3-2, for
his second straight win over the
Marlins. The victory was the vet vetenran
enran vetenran righthander's third without
Lou Vassie started Buffaio
rolling with a third inning hom homer.
er. homer. The Bisons scored twice
more in the fourth and then stal staled
ed staled a Miami rally to wrap:up the,
Bill Harrell's two-run hoiner
in the eighth inning capped a
.three-run drive that gave Roches Rochester
ter Rochester a 9-8 victory over Havana.
Joe McClain, third of our Reds
Wing hurlers, evened his record
In other games, Columbus cot.
ed five runs in the lith inning
to down Toronto, 9-4, and Rich.,
mond stopped a Montreal rally
in the ninth frame to edge the
AKRON GETS PROS
Akron, O. (NEM. The PGA
Championship of next year will
be held at the Firestone Country
filth Airrnn. Juin 21-24.
SATURDAY; MAY 230951
' 1 7'
NY Dinle'slifinage-rs License
To D A mato Stooge' Davidw
By JACK CUDDY'
NEW YORK (UPI) -r- Harry
Davidow, labeled "a, stOoge for
Cus D'Amato,", yesterday wasite wasitenied
nied wasitenied a license to serve as heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight challenger Ingemar,Johans Ingemar,Johanssons'
sons' Ingemar,Johanssons' American manager 7,under
a proposed five-year "slave con con.
. con. tract.
The New York State Athletic
Commission unanimously rejected
Davidow's application and indirect indirectly
ly indirectly suggested that Jobanssou's
father, Jens, serve as the Euro European
pean European champion's manager when he
meets world title holder Floyd
Patterson at Yankee Stadium
One commission member, for former
mer former Chairman Itdius Helfand,
snorted, "This whole think stinks
to ,high heaven" when Davidow's
application was presented for at.
"It was apparent that Davidow
was to be merely a stooge for
Cus D'Amato (Patterson's man.
ger)," Helfand added.
Said D'Aitiete Advised Him
Both Davidow, a Brooklyn res restaurateur
taurateur restaurateur who has hot held a Man Manager's
ager's Manager's license for 10 year, and
Johansson testified under' Oatb at
Iohaneson, attired in a blue
summer suit, said D'Amato ad advised
vised advised him that the Swede's lath lather
er lather ,could not serve as his' mann manner
er manner for the Patterson fight
At that point, Helfand interrupt,
ed Johansson's testimony, declar.
ing there is no New, York rule that
prohibits a father fromrmanag fromrmanaginehis
inehis fromrmanaginehis soli in the state.
Johansson then testified,. he NM
told, "I would have to have ,a
manager who. was,aceeptable to
OLD HAND Me San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco Giants dug into the past
for a Pinch hitter, Dusty Ithoriqs
They called on Iheir Phoetibt
branch for the left-hand hitter
who kept the attack alive through
the World Sories, of 1954. He hit
- 0 ---
giving 33-141 per cent-of his ear",
ings on a five-year contract too ti
new American ,manager but pet
had finally settled 'on 10 pr
as the figure.
Announced By Kruciewitch
During Davidow's 'testtimony he
claimed: D'Amato told, ;the
names of several other managers,
in addition to hilt own,, had, been
submitted' t9 7eltausson.liowetery
Johansson deniect, this in, Iater
When Chairman Melyin
ewitch annotmced the decision, no
said the commission ivould eonJ
sider whether "any other partice
will be called, to testifyin COD
nection with. Davidow's
tioti. This indicated that- the ,ca at
is not closed ,aud D'Atutta'rna.1
By RAY AYRES
' isrEVrIrOltit &In
table's Atoll, ,with Eddie earo
bock in, the.saddle, headed
of 13 entered-,for today's S4th
running of the $75,000-tdded With Withers
ers Withers Stakes.
The mile 'sprint Is stepping.
'Atone towards-the Juni 13 running
of."P the SI25,000-itdded Belmont
Stakes at one an& ope-halt
Atoll WAS ninth in.ithe Kentucky
Derby in his last stvt. Zanier in
the year, before- Arcare; switched
to First Lapding for the 3-Yearq,
old classics, Eddie guided Atoll to
victory in the twittand Gotham ),
Brookfield 4 Farms' intentionally -;
and Chartran StablEs Craf
Sldpper loom as the chief' content,
tion to Atoll in the Withers. Man Manny
ny Manny Ycaza, replacing.the suspend suspended
ed suspended Willie Hartack, rider Inten Intentionally
tionally Intentionally while Bobby Ussery 'tan.
dies Crafty 'Sliipper.5
Rounding out the are Pilot
(Pete Anderson); -Petrz,tB er o
(Paul Bailey); Bagdad '(Rogelio
Trejos); Eurasia (Johnny Ruane),
Sundown 2nd (Raul Sterling);" bey beyen
en beyen Corners (Eldon.Nelson); Black
Hills (No Rider); Rare -RI c e
(Dave Erb); Anita's Son (Eric
Guerink$,.. end AManassa Mauler
Each hot carries 126 pounds
in a race to be televialli national nationally
ly nationally by CBS from 4 to 4:30 p.m.
e.d.t. with post time at 4:16. t
Seven Corners and Mamas,
Mauler are .the only starters not
eligible for .the Belmont- Stakes,
although several ovmers already
have said they did not plan,to run
their horses in the testing third
jewel in the Triple Crown.
STEPHEN MURRAY Dirsited by RALPH 11400104 FAIN
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Yul Brinner Marla Schell
"The Trrothers Karamazov" In'Colne
Double 'Pragraira :
"RAIDERS OF cra) CALIFORNIAk
"THE LEATHENECKS HAVE LANDED"
John Wayne Elko ',Ando ',
"THE ,BARBARIAN and THE 'pEISHA"
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"DUEL ja Arun! WELLS'and
"A PERILOUS JOURNEY"
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v'told, ,IIIM ,the a''''
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the decision, he
don ivould eonJ 4.
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testify in COD
idow's ,, applice.
rt'Amato' I 11
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li Eddie earo
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r today's 84th ,., 4
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Juni 13 running
added ', Belmont
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in Abe Kentucky
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Arcaro I switched i
tor the 3-Year, to,,
e guided Atoll to
'rift. end Gotham ,,,i
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ahle:s Crat tfy ,
the chief conten,
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ti.Nelson); beyti.Nelson); Black
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rries 126 poUnds '",
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a nationala to 4:30 pm.
ne at CUL t
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ovmers already f
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die testing third
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, The second round of the 1959 counting heavily ou a 'win over eniest; anagers !cense' ,, ,,,,,
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-- -NEW YORK (NEA)--Baseball
people:other than the owners and
otherwise utterly dun top ,brass,
.1 were unanimous on -one thin
whin the Washington 'club left the
Orlando training base this sprit.g
, It was that the Senators would
finish dead last for the third
straight fall:As a Jnatter of fact,
there was some concern about the
franchise, where those in control
were on the verge of StaferiDg
, frem -the financial shorts.,
. ,The, Idt side of the infieldt Ed Ed'
' Ed' :die Yost and Rocky Bridges, hav hav;ing
;ing hav;ing been traded to Detroit,. it was
. wield and written that Washington
' vasalitutching the campaign with
on 'established regular, ,Roy Slav Slav,
, Slav, era, the outfielder-first baseman
and home-run manufacturer, and
, fully as many'pitchers, ?Pedro Ra-Mac
Camilo Pascual, yoti see,
:taint north with a bad arm.
-- The next thing you knew the
Senators had applied the rnost un-expected
twist to the Anierican
League's 'most extraordinary re
-versa' of early season form.
Harry Lavagetto, whom Calvin
Griffith acquired quite by Recta-it
-.as Charley Dressen's assistant,
'has turned in a remarkable job
Griffith Stadium. Cookie !Ave !Ave'lett,
'lett, !Ave'lett, the, old Brooklyn third basa basaman,
man, basaman, points to several reasoni tar
the Washington- uprising Ronnie
Samford at shortstop, Reno Bet Bettoia
toia Bettoia at second base and the pitch pitchers,
ers, pitchers, Russ 1(611111161W, Hal Grigts
And Bill Fischer, among them.
Pinned down, however, Lavaget Lavagetto
to Lavagetto admits that two young ,Inen
tame Out ofi nowhere ,to, put ,tlie
breath df lite bock into' s'dking
club. They are William R. Alli Allison,
son, Allison, who came out of the Univer University
sity University of Kansati and Harmon MI MIlebtv,,
lebtv,, MIlebtv,, who looks like a potato
fernier from Idaho, but isn't. His
lather was a house painter in Pa Payette.
let because I haven't Api e
: gainst, Johansson enough, Nor Nor,
, Nor, 'said. "I will itay 'that Ingo
ltompares to Jackson as tar as
.tonditiotk'vel, and that Jobani-.
:3on baa 'whet we call tbe 1Amert
Iv stylt",that ba le --aggres1
:31nr, Jabs 'welkand come In with
41oolut and crosses,",t,
Ingemaridmielt Said WSJ&
::Lnierkcani cpII;: the -!ItAirotezil
' feeturtng an' 141,ehrisp do
, , -
0.1,1-0... i di Le 1r
son and Killebrew," says Lava-
-getto,--"is that they are for real,
In this case, the electorate sent
solWcitizens as Senators, young
men4rho, are anything but lame
-ducks. Both are in the league for
Allison-24, 6-3, 220couid be
the more ,importarit, although KU.
lebrew, because, be swats the bail
as far as Mickey Mantle, might
well become Washington's most
magnetic single attraction since
the incomparable pitcher, Walter
Allison platys the key position of
center field. you see, and covers
the wide area like a tarpaulin,
protecting fielding butchers on
either, ride. He quit football alter
his sophomore year at Kansas on
the advice of baseball people. He
ran the 220 in :23 plus, which
while hardly Olympic Games time
doesn't exactly handicap a big,
determined guy in baseball 'mixes.
The barrel.chested Killebrew
22.,5-11 3-4, I95who hadto leen
how to play third base in addition
to the strike zone, is the first Sen.
ator ever scouted and recommuld-,
od by a Senator, the late Herman
Welker of Idaho. He was Washing Washington's
ton's Washington's first bonus baby. The young youngster
ster youngster now reveals that he got 312,-
000, instead olAbe $30-40,000 re rePOried,
POried, rePOried, but now appears to be
worth more than anything bid.
"Put me down as predicting that
Allison and Killebrew will keep on
hitting," says the renowved Roy
Sievers, who has had a pulled
muscle in his, betting shouider,
'!and when I, get going again bet betting
ting betting ahead of Jim Lemon, we'll
have ;more long ball .hitters than
any other club.
"Give us any kind of pitching,
and we'll stir up trouble all the
way along the route."
It could be that Washington will I
have some excitement, despite'
Bob Allison. leH, ant; Harmon Killebrew
'Inge Johansson Says He'11
'Change Sparring Partners
a. By CONNIE RYAN
GROSSINGER, N.Y. (UPI)
4weden's bgemar Johansson said
nle will Change all his sparring
vintners next week, and will drill
2gainstliiter men for speed.
'Char le Norkiivis .s. good guy.
and iParring ruttier, but
:2ot for ,mt-ptirtniatossaid Inge.
. wmar,:, twh6 Aights rpyd Patter.
lon June 25 ..fos the; World hea4y.
.4eight 'tit ,''''
111 "Pitterion last, and la good
:asoxer;".,..;' -explained IP.:11ohansoon,
11"Charley r Strong,- stocky; and
'aloes lot of mauling
,,, "I need' work fr.apeed; to net:
71teck think I wilk,,,work against
Lewe limyeights. .'ok titert" tight tightnevei
nevei tightnevei punch hard in
"'training anyhow,' SO will be en
light. I have found that speed is
-lithe important thing. I work on
'3hat in training in Sweden, so why
.,viot do it here when I am train trainnng
nng trainnng for the title."
slmstein Training ,Jahanssen.,
Norkus one-time ranlOng heavY heavY.
. heavY. Awweight who fought such opponcntS
litirrielint Jackson, Cesar Bri Bri,losen,
,losen, Bri,losen, Charley Powelli Roland La,
Mtarsa, Res Charles,,Rey Harris,
fens" with the gloves held to the
sides of the face, is in reality the
style of the French only.
Changes His Style
"The English and the Germans
come .after you," he said. .41
changed my style a couple of
years ago after watching movies
of myself. I saw I was not doing
anytbingI,-as etopping back
and waitill,lortbe pther man to
"I sive that. it'thilse times when
I did 'cowl 'in and do the punch punching
ing punching And. take COMMijind, J won tht
fight. :The fight that :really illus.
treed thisAwas my bout with Joe
Bygraves (of -Britain). He hit me
more, in. the ofirst, three rounds
than ever got before. Bu. when
I chan,ged to an aggressive style,
I won, he maintained.
t' :ring for the title." Johansson still was full of opin
lone on the Patterson-Brian Lon Lon)
) Lon) I limstein Training Jobansson ', don fight at Indianapolis May 1, in
4 ig , which Ploy(' won tin 11-round
if,s,, -Norkus, one-time ranOng heavY- knockout.
n' .wweifiht who fought such opponentS ,
ls tirrieline Jackson, Cesar Bri- "I don't think Patterson really
,;on, Charley Powell, Roland La, knocked. London outLondon just
1targa, Erre Charles,,Rey Harris, was tired," he-said. "London just
, Ari Me Pastrami, Archie Moore 4fid could not go any longer.
17st McMmtrY,, has been spar- '74 As Jto why London did not fight
4., kotriel with Johansson thit week, his usual bullying style. I think he
kr, Norkus, who lost tour of his 1 fights that' way only against men
s., --, k-deir
k ewe 195B boas, took a long rest hi knowa cannot hit hard and hurt
' 2rom the ring and now le training Ihim. ,Ite won't take any chances
Ror a comeback tigder tbe eye ol 'againet,e puncher," .,
:Whitey Bimstein, who also is .,
i4taining Johansen. 400DBY CHUTE
,.. go ,, novtt "noir& nit ortrArtibrhAn
1: :7st, McMmtrY;, has been spar1 As Jto whir Lonilon drd not fight
,4, iotiel with Johansson this week. lis usual bullying style. I think he
k,... it Norkus, who lost tour of his Ifights that way only against men
,,.. -Jive 195$ boas, took a long rest hi knows cannot lilt hard and hurt
" 2rom the ring and now is tralninglhim.,He won't take any chances
Ror a comeback uuder tile eye oi agairiet,A puncher,"
' :Whitey Bimstein, whe also is
4raining Johansion. , 400DBY CHUTE
ito .: "I can't-Make any companions :
I 8Iet 8 b!cayute1;itavei!:t...;t.b8p.18111, Nei., Nork (NEA) The most
New Nork (NE) The most
prominent change, in B elmont
Park's reconstruction -program Is
the, end of the Widener Course.
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BERNARD7F. WOODs, ExALTED RELER op' LoDGE um B.F.O.E. BALBOA, PRESENTS CHAMPIONSHIP TROPHIES TO GIBRALTAR LIFE INSURANCE LITTLE LEAGUE 1959 CHAMPIONS
at a ceremony held At the, lodge home last Wednesday evening. The team was sponsored by Panama insuranceman Jim Ridge. Trophies for the event were 'donated bY Elks Lodge 1414. Ed Eunkel,d,
manager of the Elita team, whowere defeated by Gibraltar ,for the' Pacific Little League title was master of ceremonies. I ..
Shown in the picture are:, Richard C: Ebdon; Craig Ha IlidaY; Eugene T HormanY; Jose Ph M. Hunt; Robert A. Lawyer; George A. Thompson; Robert B. Manahan; Thomas E. mcGraw; william
Boughner; Thome A. Hermany; Ronald Harned; John E. Rathgeber: Carl A. Thompson; Manager Dominic Roberto; Coaches John Gilbert and Beverly Halliday; and master of ceremonies Ed J.
Kunkel. Players Roy A. Wilson and Kevin Yocum and Coach M Hermany were unable to attend the award presentations. Sponsor Ridge and Manager Rbberto are both members of Elks Lodge 1414,
Balboa. (Ernest Silva Photo)
Boxing in 'this country has dtP-Ispeedily In the D'Amatomonopo:
ped to an appallingly low level.'
The various bluing commissiens,
comprised largely of p o Li tic al
backs, nave dipped even lower.
Through the years the New
York Commission, though far from
exemplary, has managed a fair
degree of respect,and tonfidence,
headed by a-Siew ,thalrMen, Gen.
Melvin Krulewitch, the commis commission
sion commission is now faced with an issue
which challenges its competence
Charges have been made by
Ingemar JOhansson that in order
to get St match vtith Floyd Patter Pattereon
eon Pattereon for the heavyweight chimpinn-,
ship he had to submit to a slIdlee slIdlee'down.
'down. slIdlee'down. He fingeted Bill Rosesisonn,
the prometer of record, and "a re representative
presentative representative of Cus D'Amato,",
Patterson's manager, later ideal idealfled
fled idealfled as Edwin Schweig, D'Amato's
Whether our commission' le de-,
dicated to its obligetions to ,the
public and thetiport, or' la Mere Merely
ly Merely another hollow tymool tit all allliority,
liority, allliority, will be determined by
how the, gentlemen handle this
The opening gambit has been1
something less than reassuring. 1
The chairman, a typical appointee,
in that, by his own admission, he
knows nothin,g' about the builness,
announced Johansson, Rosensohn
ad Davidow will be questioned
"in normal fashion" whetever
Davidow, first name Harry, own owner
er owner of a Brooklyn beanery, a pal
Id the champion's 'manager, and
inoperative in boxing' for tbe peat
15 years, Is thr.9Ainei-liah' 'it an anager"
ager" anager" to whotit Jehansson charges
he muit, against his will, fork
et- 10 percent of his purse, a mark mark'
' mark' down from the original demand of
33 1-3 percent. Cornered by the
press, Davidow confessed he didn't
know what hie duties were,.
"They have, not' told mi."
The Y Mat in' this murky at atmosphere
mosphere atmosphere has to' be D'Amato. Why
the boxing chairman has indicat indicated
ed indicated no interest in him is puszling.
There have been denials by Rosen Rosensohn,
sohn, Rosensohn, and a prepared "statement
of facts," by, D'Itmato.,
Read in the :light of VAnieth's
background since he gained con control
trol control of the title, and more pointed pointedly,
ly, pointedly, his bizarre machinations in
Pattersons recent farcial defense
against Brian London, the state statement
ment statement itself cone itutee stifficient
reason for commission apprehen apprehension
sion apprehension and action.
, Promotion Is, Fes.
D'Amato hid more or less com complete
plete complete control of the Indianapolis
,mockery. He had his hand-picked
man, Nick Baffi, in London's corn corner
er corner and London's principal spar sparring
ring sparring partner, Dusty Rhodes, was
a Patterson buddy.
, ApparedtlY the Britisher was es especially
pecially especially vulnerable 'to left hand
wslloPs, so Rhodes must have
been instructed not' to embarrass
him in public work outat1Why else
would the young man have coltut coltutteered
teered coltutteered the information to us that
all the time he war in' camp he
never once tried to hit London
with a left?
Due to unresolved legal 'involve 'involvements,
ments, 'involvements, Johansson's managerial st-'
tuation is not elear."So I thoutht
it would be much better if he had
an American manager," D'Amato
sought, plausibly, to txplain. But
andon had no Such problem, and
yet D'Amato outfitted him with an
American manager,' as presently
he openly charactreized Bath.
This was when London', -,back in
England, told Fleet Streeter' he
could get another booking with
Patterson, on D'Amato's- word,
provided he cut in an Americase
manager. "No, no,"- protested
D'Amato. "ierhaps ,he's beer
talking with Baffi, his Americtin
manager." Promotion comes
One- day a towel swinger, the
next a top roaing executive.
Plays It Both Ways
We've had piece men in boxing
for generations. But we've seldom
bad a heavyweight manager vtho
played both sides of the street at
the. same time. It's the ,commis ,commissionis
sionis ,commissionis responsibility to see that
D'Amato does not attempt his
brazen Indianapolis dictatorship
here, if and when the June tight
This responsibility is made ail
the more pressing because D'A D'Amato
mato D'Amato is the only personcennected
with tne promotion wholtnows the
score. As far as the more,shadowy
aspects of the set-up goes, Rosen Rosensohn
sohn Rosensohn is a mere babe in the woods,
and the Johanssons, of course, are
strangers in a strange country:
finally, this Davidow is obviousiy
To say It agaln4be central fig figure
ure figure is D'Amato,' and if the wx wxing:
ing: wxing: fathers do not Summon the
card board crusader for a full
length, under mitt examination,
they will have forfeited whatever
respect boxing commissions in
general, this one in particular,
may still bold.
NEW YORK (NEA) Fishing
can sometimes be as hazardous
tor the angler as for the fish, ac acCording
Cording acCording to Franklin M. Foote,
M.D., executive director of the
National Society for the Freya Freyation
tion Freyation of Blindness.
Hooks, falls and sharp branch branches
es branches all take their toll of sight.
"Almost without exception, this
type of injury could have been
avoided if glasses with safety safetyhardened
hardened safetyhardened lenses had been worn,"
says Dr. Foote.
For the fly fisherman, the use
of safety eyeware is particularly
important, he warns, because a
misdirected or wind-taken back backcast
cast backcast could result in a serious in injury
jury injury or loss of sight.
The director of the national sight
conservation agency points out
that industrial eye injuries have
been greatly reduced by the use
of special safety eyewear.
"Wbether on the job or pursu pursuing
ing pursuing an elusive trout, the principle
is the seine: It just isn't smart
to gamble with something as vital
as sight," he stresses.
NEW YORK (NEA) Tennis
is showing an increasing popular popularity
ity popularity in colleges, according to a
survey made by the National Col Collegiate
legiate Collegiate Athletic Association.
The Association'a Committee
on Youth Fitnes found that 395
colleges with an enrollment of
840,923 men and 450,152 womeit
had 34 different intercollegiate
and 59 intramural "ports. Tennis,
in most of the ,classifications,
stands well toward the top.
In the matter of facilities, 356
colleges or more than 90 per
cent, had 3,096 outdoor courts.
This -record is only, topped by
basketball, an indoor sport.
Tennis ranki fifth as the most
popular intramural sport and
jump, to third among the most
pop,' ir sports, only outranked
by basketball and baseball. In
number of male stueAnts par participating
ticipating participating in various ,. r s, ten tennis
nis tennis ranks sixth with 5,..5 play players.
ers. players. Football, with ar many as
on a team, naturally taken the
lead in student participation.
NEW YORK (UPI) Golf's sen sentimentalists
timentalists sentimentalists are agog today over
Sammy Snead's latest tournament
triumph, nurturing once again the
hope that the Siammer at long last
can win the elusive U. S. Open
Sam,proved that, at 47, he still
is one of the fairway greats by
taking the Sam Snead Festivid
at White Sulphur Springs with a
21-under-par total. Featured by
an 11-under-par 59, it was an
But this is not the U.S. Open.
To understand Slammin' Sam
and the only big title he has ne never
ver never .won, you ,,have to probe the
inner Workings of an athlete's
mind. It is like Ted Williams, the
ramrod of the Boston Red Sox,
trying to overcome the jinx which
Yankee Stadium always seems to
pose for his hitting exploits.
"In other ball parks, Williams
is relaxed and you could jerk the
bat out of his h,ancit with a quick
pull," Casey Stengel once obser observed.
ved. observed. "But when he's at bat in
the stadium he grips the bat so
hard that you think he's gonna
Make sawdust out of the handle."
That's Snead, a picture of re relaxed
laxed relaxed grace and power every everywhereexcept
whereexcept everywhereexcept whh he steps up
to ,the tee in the Open.
This was Sam's 101st tourna tournament
ment tournament triumph in a quarter cen century
tury century of big time competition. Dur During
ing During that time he has won them
all-except the U. S. Open Four
times he has been a diasappoimed
second, once losing in a playoff.
Another time he blew It on the
final Mit with a horrendous eight.
Small wonder he mlikes leather
pull) out of the grips of his clubs
when he goes froth in the Open.
There is another factor which
esca,pes the casual gaince in this
smashing victory he posted At
White Sulphur Springs. This is
that Sam has been striding those
familiar fairways since he was a
barefooted youngster plus the fact
that this isn't Oise& the tough toughtit
tit toughtit golf course in the world. A
good one, yes, but not a stretched-out
torture rack such as they
make annually of the Open
The Pee Returns
Yet, as hot as Me Stammer un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly is right now. the worst
days are those separating him
from tee time in the Open. These
are the davsard niehtswhen he
nlays ayery hole of everv (us's (us'strolls
trolls (us'strolls Open he has competed in
&rind lhe pAst.
There is still another factor In
the case or Slammin' Sam. Al Almost
most Almost annually he comes up with
.some ache or min. illness or in inlimy
limy inlimy as the field gathers for the
hie one. They sre, most limas.
nevehosomatic. Sam, a nsvehti.
trim' nheerwsti, le noecm--;.
misty preparing his newest 411111
'rs he could ro and Tliv the
Open like any (OPT' 'fournamPnt 'fournamPntlik
lik 'fournamPntlik tho SOIM Veto:vat, for
instancehe still could win it go gowaY.
waY. gowaY. Rut he doesn't. and this latest
victory ?rives home the poirt all
Night Ball Tough, But Batter
Can Be Taught To Hit Hornsby
By LESTER J. BIEDERMAN
greatly admires the present presentday
day presentday good hitter.
The Rajah went into the Hall
of Fame years ago with a hie hietime
time hietime average of .353, compiled ir,
almost 24 seasons.
"I take. my hat soli. to a man
who can hit consistently today,"
said the Chicago Cubs' coach. "In
my time we had the advantageof
strictly day-time baseball and not
In birder to be a winner you
have to practice, practice, prac practice!
tice! practice! Remember! The 100 bird
pre-State Tropshoot at the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Gem Club',s Far Far range,
May 24. Shoot starts at 10 a.m.
Come early and register for 50
targets at A.T.A. handicap laid
25 pair of soubles. There will be
trophies offered on overall high
score, and high gun in each event.
An expert will be on hand to
tell you how to break them. if
you break more. than the expert
then you tell me how.
Irophies for the Annual &ate
Trapshoot, to be held at the Cris-,
tobal Gim Club on Memorial Day,
May 30-31, 1959, will be on dis display
play display at the Balboa Service Ceuter
this week end and at Margarita
Service Center next Wednesday.
There will be a total of 27 tro trophies.
phies. trophies. offered, four of which have
been contributed IV the Amateur'
Tropshooting Association, Van Vandoh&
doh& Vandoh& Ohio, and the remanider by
the Isthmian Trapshooting As Association.
sociation. Association. Everybody should win
TUCSON, Ariz. (NEA) Karl
Bock, 78, of Tucson won the
Arizona Seniors Championship.
Buy PkOTO foi all of your home,
farni or ahop into! needsthe quality
brand pileferreti by profesAionalo.
Panami Auto, S. Ai
tAtt 111' 47111
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as much travel. ,We ate, played
and slept regularly.
"Today night games take some something
thing something out of a player and I'd say
night ball with the heavy air red reduces
uces reduces the chances of a man hitting
Hornsby is an unemotional man
who says what's on his mind and
"I had so much confidence I ac actually
tually actually felt sorry for a pitcher," he
went on. "We all had slumps. But
I fryer would allow myself to wor worry.
ry. worry. Slumps can be traced to lack
of timing. Once you regain your
timing the slump diaappears."
rftEFOT8EliblaWiitlferflie report reported
ed reported to the St. Louis Cardinals in
"I was the worst hitter you ev ever
er ever saw," he added. "When I left
after the season, Miller Huggins
advised me to put on weight. That
winter I rettrned to the farm, ate
wholesome food, drank plenty of
A Double Treat s
AIT ; A
41; 4, ;N 4 ON
"You Asked For It"
PANAMA'S MOST POPULAR REQUEST SHOWF:$
"I not only believe players can
be taught to hit, I pteach it.
"I got the best break in the
world because I was ready and I.
always tell a player who's on the
bench to be ready..
"The Cards had just 'bought a
shortstop for $15,000, but
City Series with the Browne.came
up, he had an injured hand. I took
his ,place and never got out of the
Baseballwas Hornsby's life.
"I never did a thing that Ijilt
might interfere with my career,"
the great Rajah pointed out. 1
never drank or smoked and
wouldn't even go.,Jo a moil,etbsi
"Cabsi It might Mitt 'my
never read on trains because
the jarring mhtion."
Ile greatest bitter he evCr
"Well," Rogers Hornsby pondat pondated
ed pondated the question, "let's say it this
way: Ty Cobb was the greatest
all-round player,I ever saw,
Jackson the beetkitter and-Ba
Ruth the top drawing card." I;
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information about Clas Classifieds.
sifieds. Classifieds. Charge your ad if
you have a commercial
PHILLIPS Oceanside Catalpas
Santa Clara R. de P. Pima, Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1177 Cristobal 3-1673.
llattor sonatas. bestow, Santa
Clara and Rio Hato. Kew low
rates. Phone Balboa 1866.
FOR RENT:Completely fur fursosished
sosished fursosished 2 bedroom house for six
months starting May 25, voice
voeighborhood. 95th Street No.
43, $18500. Tel. 3-4994 of office
fice office hours.
FOR RENT: Chalet 3 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, office, perch, 2 bath bathrooms,
rooms, bathrooms, maid's room and garage.
independent, spacious, space for
play ground, Ca mpo Alegre.
FOR RENT:--Furnished chalet 3
bedrooms, living room, dining
room, bar, kitchen, patio, com completely
pletely completely a I r-conditioned, "F"
treet Cangreie No. 10. For in information
formation information call 3-4619 during
FOR RENT:C. Z. vacation
quarters; fully furnished; three
bedrooms; from mid-lune through
mid-September. Call Balboa
,Commercial Sites I
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
Servicie. S235. Phone 2-0481
locale. intersection Cuba Avenue
and,37th Street No. 19.
Pe Ito Miguel Girl
To riter Panama
A Prto Miguel miss will have the
distiiktion of having a communi community
ty community club named for her, will cem cempete
pete cempete in a forthcoming beauty con contest
test contest to be held in Panama City.
Jean Aird, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Irranic Aird, has been enter entered
ed entered in 'the contest sponsored by
the Amiga del Pueblo.
Jean was also the inspiration
for the Jean Aird Club of Pedro
Miguel. The club has announced
itiFun Night for May 30 at Build Buildtit
tit Buildtit 326 in the community, com completeotith
pleteotith completeotith refreshments.
FISK 4G BOATS COLLIDE
MAMBO, Japan (UPI)--Five
Japanese fishermen were missing,
and iselieved dead today, ar',1s,r
two piling boats sailing for wa waters
ters waters the north Pacific collided
in a fog off the eastern tip of
The 85-ton Kiyo Maru, with a
20-man crew aboard sank after
colliding with the Chiyo Maru, a
7,194-tons mother ship, 45 miles
southeast of Ochiishi. The colli collision
sion collision occurred Saturday.
Fifteen members of the sinking
boat were rescued by crews of
other fishing boats heading for
salmon fishing off the Siberian
STI LL E ALOUS
MILAN, Italy (UPI) Luigi
Prina stabbed and wounded Siro
Negrini, who lives with Prina's
estranged wife, in what police
said was a jealousy crime.
Prina is 72. His wife is 60. Ne Nerrini
rrini Nerrini is 69.
Small German Ford Taunu
man 6 wheels and tires. nut,
paittBalboa 2552. House
5533 B across school. Dial), lo
Clara and R
sosished 2 Ism
Phone 3- I I
pletely a I
A Pert Mig
ty club naml
pete in a for
test to be h
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for the Jean
Mg 326 in
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said was a
grini Is 69.
Small German Ford Taunu
, I man 6 wheels and tires. Dutv
' palt1.--Balhoa 2552. House
5533 B across school. Dial), lo
Gibraltar Life los. Co.,
tor rates and tnformation
TO. Panama 2-0552
Monday thru trriday
9:00 cm. to 12:00
210 fa 11:00
Saturday: 1:06 cat. to 12:09
1 , marKun Will ne co-leaders of a raping a ,Japanese woman, it'
LIFE INSURANCE I intermediate troop to which these eported yesterday.
, American Life girls will belong. The men were Identified
can AUTOMOBILE FINANCE Insurance Company Other Brownies present were Cpl. Max S. Shanafelt, 20.
7 JIM RIDGE Sharon Flenniken, Meredith Mar- Muskegon Mich. and Pfc. IC,
, Government Employes
' General Agent Service Personnel MILITARY PERSONNEL kun, Cristine Mitten, Lois Aim Wright, 21, of D'avenport, N.
Gibrallor Life ins. Co., For similar basic low NSLI I
, Finance Your New Or
,' for rates and information
, TO. Panama 2-0552 Used Car rates charged by the govern
Monday thru friday ment during IV. IV. II.
4 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 GOVERNMENT Phone anytime Panama
2:00 p.m. ta 11:00 4-0430 Weil-known American firm has excellent opportunity for 1
i. Saturday: 1:116 amt. to 12:09 EMPLOVES FINANCE Co.
e man SS to 35-years-old, with thorouxh general accountini
t4 LOW RATES t7P TO 36 Mo. background and gretyth potential. Submit resume' wit
i i on new cars CANNIBALISM BREAKS OUT
PORT MORESBY, New Guinea tun details including, education and experienee.
.- BOE 134 IL PANAMA
';'''''' Listen To AGENCY DEHLINGER (UPI),Cannibals raided the Ma
Npoh. 04 n3e A3u4t o98m4o .b181e4R98o5w tuari village in the-upper Purari
I The OAS Aire& and killed and ate the vit.
; All Types ot Auto Insurance I 'age policeman, Brig. D. M. Cle- .,,
, ,, ,, 1 rA
. 4 u- na(lierican I, 4,......s land, administrator of Papua an
nounced yesterday. It was th etfcst truaniira,E) .
reported instance of cannibalism
, 1; :... .1 Record Show in Papua in almost three years.
MAK AGENCIES Life Insurance Company interested 111 securing..we
, ..!'., ', 12:30
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ycp.m. 35th Street & Jutdo Arosemena
Avenue. Building First Math:ins,
City hank of New York (branch) BOMBARD DUEMOYS
TAIPEI, Formosa tUPDChi tUPDChinese
nese tUPDChinese Communist artillery fired 19 ti OF h
vovneneicletd eand experienced life Insurance Represents
Republic of Panama. Write to:
rounds yesterday in a token Oorn
' 1 : :4 I announce ila new tocsin's" bardment of the Nationalist-held
. f' Evary Sunday numbers: Quemoy offshore islands the dc- FICO P. O. Boi 4464 Panama ....
. ... .
2-3307 End 3-7250
lenge ministry reported.. ,
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE DIP OUR AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT n-31 "N" STREET. PANAMA LIBRERIA PRECIADOI Waal n AGENCIAS
INTERNAL. DE PUBLICACIONEsNo. 3 Lottery Plaza CASA ZALDOContrel Ave, 4S LOURDES PHARMACYIII La Carrasquilla irmtmAcIA LOM LOMRARDONe.
RARDONe. LOMRARDONe. 36 "II" Street MORRISON..4th at July Ave. AA J Ito LEWIS SERVICEJive. The, Ns. 4 PARMACIA ESTADO, UNIDOS-44, Cuadra! Ave.
FARMACIA LUX-164 Central Ivo At HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGEJ. Eta. de la Om Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMYJuato Automata Ave, mad 311 It. FAB,-
MACIA VAN BEI JII-511 trout Na.53 PARMACIA EL BATURROParque Letevre I Street FARMACIA "SAI"Vta Perrot NOVIDADES ATHHI-.
Reside Bella IltIp Theatreesul, Oranek.at Minimax Super Ilarltot on Via VA11110 COLON OFFICE; nth and Amadeu Gamma No.' 14321 Tel.
FOR REM-rt.Modern 2 bedroom
apartment in El Cangreie Devel Development.
opment. Development. AR screened and hot
water installation. Further parti particulars
culars particulars call telephone Panami 3-
41946. After hours I-6737.
FOR RENT:Cangrolo, nicely
furnished one room apartment
with kitchen, bath, hot water,
balcony. $8500. Call 1-1789.
FOR RENT:--In Ca'ngielo, two
bedroom apartment, twts. bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, maid's room h4th- bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, dinnette and porch. Raquel
Building. Tel. 2-1379 or 3-6170.
FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartment. Hying. dining room,
kitchen, balcony 50th. Street No.
15. (near Baturro). Sastre 3-
FOR RENT:Cool comfortably
furnished 2 bedroom apartment.
Campo Alegre, near Hotel Hil Hilton.
ton. Hilton. Hot water, maid's room,
garage. Phone 3-5024.
FOR RENT:--One bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment. nice neigh neighborhood,
borhood, neighborhood, completely screened.
48 street No. 46-47, Bella Vista.
FOR RENT:Modern furnished
apartments, 51 St. number 30.
1 SERVICES I
TV. Radios, Ni.FI Transitors
specialist. Ws service all makes
and models. We don't pretend to
guarantee our work. We guar guarantee
antee guarantee it.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, Tivoli
Ave. 18-20. Tel. 2.1905.
Having trouble with your TV,
HI-FI, or Radio? Call U.S. TELE TELEVISION
VISION TELEVISION Customer's satisfaction
Workmanship guarranteed. Fast
Home Service. Phono 3-7607
Panama. 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
' Camera Repairs. All makes, all
work, guaranteed, hiaters 8057
7th St. Phone 103, Colon.
Boats C71 Motors
FOR SALL-14 ft. Chris Craft
type runabout boat, States trailer,
15 h.'s. tvinrude and all equie equiement
ment equiement $375.00 Bendix model "8"
washing machine $10.00. Phone
Quaint, tights 3189.
MUST SELL: 14 foot plywood
fiberglassed runabout, trailer,
rrernote controls, best offer by
June 1, 1959. Balboa 6384.
FOR SALL-12 ft. boat, trailer,
10 Is.p. Johnson outboard, all
accessoriss, fine condition, $250.
Phone las ,Cumbres 2044. or
Kobbe 4196' days.
Spanish course at University.
Intensive Spanish course for English-speaking
people.at Univer University
sity University of Panama from May 25 to
July 9. CI in the morning
and evening on Monday. Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday and Thursday. Morning
Students: Beginners (only): from
9 to 10 a.m. Evening Students:
Beginners: 5:30; Intermediate:
6:30; Advanced: 7:30. Registra Registration
tion Registration at Secretary's office.
Learn Spanish with Mrs. Rome Romero's
ro's Romero's Practical Conversational
Spanish Lessons. 4th of July
Ave. TI-352 apartment 10.
lin to 2200 So. Ft. of modern
of new "ELGA" Building
Large private parking area
in rear Janitor and night
watchman servicOs Air
Espatia on 46th block
office space on second floor
this section Ads only cost
FOR INFORMATION tALL 2
Finance Your New Or
EMPLOVES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
on new cars
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
MIK AG ENCIES
35th Streel & Jusio Arosemena
Avenue. Building First Notinnal
City Rank of New York (branch)
announce its new telephone
2-3:1117 End 3-7259
FOR SALL-4950 Cadillas so sodas,
das, sodas, now tailpaipe. Excellent tires
and angina, food mita
transportation, S350, toast offers
84-8159 see at 916-C Rom.
FOR SALE:Sunbeam Alpine,
sport car in fine condition. For
information call 3-1141 between
9 and 5 p.m. and after 5 p.m.
FOR SALL-1948 Tudor !Nick
Super, motor and brakes over overhauled
hauled overhauled recently, new batten,'
pood tires. S10000. Call la lw
FOR SALE-1956 Chevrolet 4-
door, standard shift, 18,000
miles, beautiful condition. House
512 M illo street, Ancon.
Between five and six o'clock.
FOR SAL E :-1958 Chevrolet,
5,000 miles, duty paid, radio,
white sidewalls, excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. Call 3-7435.
FOR SALE :-1957 Ford Fair lane
"500". V-8, 2 door hardtop
ccccc power stearin, radio,
white wall tires. 2 tone paint.
81700. Tel. Ft. Kobbe 7112.
FOR SALE:-1950 Buick, good
tires wsw, who condition,
radio, DP, Tot. Panama 3-3667.
FOR SALE:--1959 Fiat 1100.
Excellent condition. 8250.00 for
my equity balance easily financ financed.
ed. financed. Phone 08-354 Ft. Gulick.
FOR SALE:-48 Ford, two door,
S200.00 or best offer, good
transportation, Walker 2-2111.
FOR SALE:-1952 Pontiac S,
4 door, hydramatic dual speaker
radio. heater, many other extras,
excellent condition, one owner.
Phone Quarry Hts. 4276.
FOR SALE:-1952 Oldsmobile
Super 88, Hydro., w4 Bbl earls.
wsw tires, dual wcrossouer pipe
for conversion. 3 sphrs. comp.
overhaul last 8 mths. Best cash
offer Apt. 8031-C Margartta.
FOR SAM-1957 Chevrolet.
, station waion, 4 door, standard
shift, 6 ply tires. undercoated.
FOR SALE:-1957 Ford station
wagon, 6 cyl. standard shift,
leaving for States. Balboa 1253.
FOR SALE:-1957 Buick SpOcial
4 door hardtop. power steering,
Gamboa 6-206.-- Mer7,'"
FOR SALE:--Cheyrolot socilint
1955, blue. V-8 standard shift,
clean, good condition, $900.
Thomas, Las Cumbres, 2044. or
Kobbe 4196 days.
FOR SALE:Cheyrolet 1950, 2
door, new brakes, new battery,
new tires, motor in excellent con condition,
dition, condition, $300.00 Qtrs. 550-1,
Curundu His. Phone 83-6155.
FOR SALE: "58" Mercury
Park lane, 4 door hard top, fully
equipped. $2800.00. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2706 4 to 6 p.m.
FOR SALE:--1953 four door,
Super 88 Oldsmobile, fully
equipped, original owner, 57,000
miles. Excellent condition. Reason
for selling, leaving the Isthmus.
FOR SALE:--Too Chevrolets Im Impala
pala Impala 1959 Zero CM. Ettch
2800. Urgent. Sr. Soothes', 2-
2643. Sr. Octavio, 3-4347.
FOR SALE:--1957 Ford station
wagon V-8, standard shift, one
owns r, excellent condition.
2352-A Owen St. Balboa, glione
Balboa 1472 4 g.m. to 7 A.m.
POSITION WANTED: Excel Excellent
lent Excellent house keeper east peneral
house work. Will stay in. Colon
WANTED:--A good d hand
adding and calculating machine,
electric. in good pirating condition-.
Melte phone 1920, Co Colon.
lon. Colon. Guide
$0.85 per col. inch
For similar basic low NSLI
rates charged by the govern government
ment government during W. IV. IL
Phone anytime Panama
CANNIBALISM BREAKS OUT
PORT MORESBY, New Guinea
CUDCannibals raided the Ma
tuari village in the-upper Purart
area and killed and ate the vit.
lage policeman, Brig. D. M. Cle Cleland,
land, Cleland, administrator of Papua an
nounced yesterday. It was th etfrst
reported instance of cannibalism
iin Papua in almost three years.
TAIPEI, Formosa (UPDChi (UPDChinese
nese (UPDChinese Communist artillery fired 19
rounds yesterday in a token born
bardment of the Nationalist.held
Quemoy offshore islands, the de defense
fense defense ministry reported..
1111 Minit Einti. t tt Am. M...
'PANAMA- AMIRICAN q- AN
FOR 6MtStereo record play playor,
or, playor, four-speed combination ra radio
dio radio speaker, records. $175 flab.
Cooper, Balboa 3624.
FOR SALE:-4950 Ford, itecoN
lent mechanical condition $300,
1957 Ford, all extras, including
trunk unit, air conditioning, mow
Sambretta motor scooter, new Vs
ton Coldspot air condition's
1956 Pontiac station wagon, isz iszcollent
collent iszcollent condition. Sylvania Hi Fl
set, $50. Call Cunindu 4191.
FOR SALIE:Floor safe manufac manufactured
tured manufactured by Herring-Hall-Maryin
Safe Co. Ono (1) site, 16 inches
deep, 16 inches wide, 22 inches
high. Price $100.00. One (1)
size 24 incite deep, 30 Inches
wide, 42 inches. high. Price
$135.00, excellent condition.'
Contact Mr. Mannino, Sears Roo Roobuck,
buck, Roobuck, S.A. on the Transisthmian
Highway, Phone 2-0931.
FOR SALE:'36" IS 114. Mot Motcur
cur Motcur with gas tank, oscollent
condition $95.00, also ladioo
winter coat, now, $2000. Photo
FOR SALE:--Noritt timer Lino
automatic wash? $100. Filo
FOR SALE:Brand new Hal Hallicrafter
licrafter Hallicrafter exciter transmitter Medi!
HT-32 and linear amplifier HT HT33A
33A HT33A capable of operating an CW
Single Side Band and Double Side
Band on SO, 40, 20, 15, 11 and
10 moors. One kilowatt 'input
on CW. Will sill for Stan ape.
cial Ham operators' not price.
Rail G. de Paredes. To lophena
2-0600 until 6:00 p.m. or ;-
3074 after that time.
FOR SALE:Webcor tape recor recorder
der recorder and record changer. Excel Excellent
lent Excellent condition, Anterior 1156.
FOR SALE:Leaving mot etril
21" TN., Sylvania Hi-Pi, house houserhold
rhold houserhold furniture, baby crib. Excel.
lent condition. Phone 1-4855.
FOR SALE:--TWO GLASS SHOW
CASES. 72" long 3S" high 20"
wide. Sliding doers ea hear hearings.
ings. hearings. Two glare adjustable
, shelves. Ail In, eftnilltierj,.
Celt 34614-ei S-4906.
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX 1211. Min ,OBALCIe
PHONE BALSOSAIBOBI, e'
Mr. lohn Hustod is kindly co consisted
nsisted consisted to contact, al Mill all
necciblo, the Accounting Doom.
mint I "Aging's. Otis Mal.
Brownie Troop 26
Nine girls from Brownie Troop
26 of Gamboa were invested
Girl Scout Troop 52 in a recent
Fly-Up and Investiture ceremony
in the Gamboa Little House.
New members of Troop 53 are
BArbara Bamburg, Wanda Bell,
Susan Head, Catherine Hignett,
Yvonne Lavender, Deborah McAn McAndrews,
drews, McAndrews, Sandra Mills, Linda Rogers
and Kerry Stratford. Directing the
ceremony were Mrs. Elizabeth,Mc Elizabeth,McKinney,
Kinney, Elizabeth,McKinney, leader of the Brownie
troop, with Mrs. Lera Walker as assisting,,and
sisting,,and assisting,,and Mrs. Janet Jenner,
leader of Troop 52, ad her assis assistant,
tant, assistant, Mrs. Geraldine Grymala.
Following the fly-up, the nine
flirls presented a play, "jewels
and Salt", and then served re refreshments
freshments refreshments to members of the two
troops and their guests.
Brownie Troop 74
Has Annual Dinnor
'rhe third annual banquet for
Brownies of Troop 74 and their
parents was held in the Fern
Room of the Tivoli Hotel, with a
Fly-Up ceremony following.
Presented by Mrs.'4Eric Oster Osterberg,
berg, Osterberg, winged by Mrs. Fred L. Den Denton
ton Denton and received into Interme Intermediate
diate Intermediate Girl Scouts hSldrs. David
Markun were Brownies Nancy
Brown, Lois Denton,' Kaye Fon Fontaine,
taine, Fontaine, Markun, leanette Mo Morales,
rales, Morales, Lynn Osterberg, Tanya
Schoch,, Kathryn Warren and Nel Nellie
lie Nellie Wood. Mrs. Osterberg and Mrs.
Markun will be co-leaders of a
intermediate troop to which these
girls will belong.
Other Brownies present were
Sharon Flenniken, Meredith Mar Markun,
kun, Markun, Cristine Mitten, Lois Ann
at 1 j
NEWS ;. .1
Well-known American firm has excellent opportunity for a
man 25 to 35-years-old, with thorouch general accountinit
background and greWth potential. Submit resume' with
full details includingr education and experienee.
BOA 134 IL PANAMA
Life Insurance Company interested in securing.well
vonnected and experienced life Insurance Representa Representative
tive Representative for the Republic of Panama. Write to:
FICO P. O. Box 4464 Panama
- Minified' Pate closes 11311
'any Chios aloof and bight
coatings mob by Pao Coital
Shop. $50.00 olalt.' OSS7 Boo Boo'Amyl
'Amyl Boo'Amyl loao strait, Balboa.
FOlt SALI:Six strand Rattan
living mem loot, metal kkelsen
cabinet volth "lite and other
household kenos., lose rat &slid
Duque AvonwoNo.'21, Apse. 4.
FOE SALE: Melee' table 4
hairs $25. Wringer type waaloar
allow liew 350. Oventetted 3
poke livitoereere wat 'slow toew
$85. Wooltab's with mirrors
$12, each: Themes. 304 Calla
la., Lae Cambres. Pities Lea
Cumbm 2044; et day, Kobbe
FOR SALIIRatta set, 4 plasm,
$50; washing machine. 40 'yeti,
excalleit edition $65; table
r imnlo with springs
and' mattresees; aleetrie fano;
table an4 floor limpo, thetrie
;ran; Mork eof4oe maker; thin,
hoosehold Immo Qtrs.' 550-I,
Commie Mo. Phan 014155.
FOR SALE: Swedish metal.
lend dott aitd boottehiold bows bowsAll
All bowsAll reampoobly pritod. Phoes I
STORE CLERK! Net eider then
SO. Isperionsedl.' Do not eoply
whim reference. Cis. Poems PoemsSe
Se PoemsSe de Takes. S.A. Me Abele,-
next to the titin Theatre. ?resit
9:00 Lyn. to 11:00
knowledge on television $150.
SELECCION DE PERSONAL. S.A.
Tel. 2-2737 2-0451.
komp. Itsfetnneso. $100.00:Tol.-
2-2737 p-: ,VO451. Poikird
Sui Wing. in Wont Lottnry Ildi
Elmo Hint salary. Shorthand -sod
bilingual. Organ.. SELECCION
DE PERSONAL, S.A. Tal 2-0451
Osterberg and Susan Flowers.
Parents attending were Col. and
Mrs. Duncan BrOwn,'Mr. and Mrs.
Fred L. Denton, Capt. and Mrs. J.
Flenniken, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Flowers, Dr., and Mrs. Louis Fon Fontaine,
taine, Fontaine, Mr. and Mts. David Mrakun,
Dr. and Mrs. Ilarry Mitten'' Jr.,
Mrs. John'l Meralea4Dr. and Mrs.
Erie Oteibeig, bit- end Mrs. Man Manville
ville Manville Seboeb, Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Warren and Mr..and Mrem James
Girl Scouts Proparod
Ham Dinner Far Families
Intermediate Girl Scouts of
Troop 12, Gamboa, entertained
their families at -a ham dinner
which the girls prepared them themselves.
selves. themselves. The dinner and the, Court
of Awards which followed' took
place at the Gamboa, Civic'. Cen
The following badges were pre presented:
sented: presented: Betsy Bell, Hospitality,
swimmer, cooking, first aid; Lin Linda
da Linda Bell, hospitality, swimmet,
cooking, first aid; Kathryn Neh Nehring,
ring, Nehring, child care, homemaking,
hospitality, swimmer, first aid,
cooking. Second class badge
Brenda Rogers, first aid, eooking,
horsewoman, hospitality; Lyndall
Sellens, hosnitality,' simmer: took,
ing first' aid; Patricia Miters,
basketry, child care, homemaking,
hospitality. swimmer, dr win g,
and painting, cooking, first aid..
Edna Glass earned a first aid
badge, but was not present to
Acting leader for Troop 12 Is
Mrs. Dorothy Nahring, with Mrs.
Diane Rogers assiting.
Girls Stouts Have
'Pecket Stew' Ceek-Out
With "pocket stew'' as the
main dish, the second class
work patrol of Girl, Scout Troop
52, Garnboa, held a ceok-out
the Water Hole en Saturch,,
Making Their Own fires and
cooking their own stews were
Barbara Bamburg, Wanda Bell,
Susan Head, Catherine Hignett,
Yvonne Lavender, Deborah Mc McAndrews,
Andrews, McAndrews, Sandra Mills. Linda
Rogers and Kerry StratInrd.
Mrs. Lera Maker was leader
for the group.
TO TRY MARINRS
TOKYO (UPI) Two U.S. Ma Marines
rines Marines will stand trial before. a
Japanese court on charges of
raping a Japanese woman, it was
The men were Identified as
Cpl. Max S. Shanafelt. 20. of
Muskegon Mich., and Pfc. K. C.
Wright, 21, of Davenport, N. Y.
atsifted' Palle slow 11311
al It911! tei it
Bats .$0.;:iffir: Sun.
OffieS .opsa ,d-d ,weekdais.-
FOIL SALli-4.ele ;00 sea 1.000
meters. it thel Hero Hi itideloroll
Urine teatime ammo ,the Imes
lacetrecti.,. AN We 'wile west
beets. memo. woo main sad
electricity. Cal W. Ashman.
FOR SALlb--Chalet, 3 beilreems
2' bathrooms, dining mom, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, perch, maki's room with
lathreem. 2700 PAL' Cali; Lae
fiends" Lkhe Caatrellan.
Believe of steott We've get them
alir Super-Amehist, lestex,
Fastseth. Canal Zane Pitar
yols Capal Zeno Ladies: Ail
this and 1114bill Pink Ise, Deep
Magic Marchand's. 'Canal Zone
),4ontlao time 'Mr lay. 2134 to 5
yoars.t.Inglish spokaa. Constant
suparyision.N Open all Summar.
Transportation proyirlad Panama
City, Canon) lo, Sella Vista. Bat Batboa'1214.
boa'1214. Batboa'1214. "Not available?" Phooey! Ivory Ivorything's
thing's Ivorything's available hero! S.S.S.,
Zyinole Tinhorn, Rim
ilent. Canal Zonti Pharmacy.
Attention!, Canal Zone Mothers:
Yours inr tho asking, Diaoa Diaoarano.
rano. Diaoarano. Deakin, Thum, Phis hex.
Canal Zone' Pharmacy.
Filly. Call 2-2811 et see at Pa Pacific
cific Pacific Sallie Club.
FOR $A1.1.:---11 German
Skimped-lore, SW'grientho 14,
Prke $50.00, 631-A; Ft. Kebbs;
FOR SAL1:One AKC register registered
ed registered female Boston Terrier pup puppy.
py. puppy. 2471-A, Coco 11.
Vacation-bound Canal families, 0
including 94 children, make up N
MOSt Ot the traisenger, of the a
Fananti Linea 1Crittotthal Melt is 0
scheduled to sattlitednisdaetrom 0
Cristobal for New York. 1
Some 107 passengers'are'booked I
for New York and four are listed
for Port:au-Prince, Haiti, accord according
ing according to the advance 'passenger list. t
The complete passenger list fol follows:
lows: follows: Lt. Comdr. and Mrs. Horace G.
Armitage; Lawson D. Beckley;
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Belden
and son; Mrs. Elizabeth Bernard
and datighter; Mrs. Querida Ber--
ger and two daughters; Mr. and
Mrt. James H. Bowen and four
children; Mr, and Mrs. Paul W.
Bramlett' and daughter; Mr. and
Mrs. Mario Cialleja, And two child childTen;
Ten; childTen; Mt. end ma', Howard L.
Clarke, Jr., and two children;
and Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Coffey.
Mrs. Anne D. Cope and two sons;
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Crosby
and son; Arthur T. Cotton and
daughterr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Craig 'Ind itito children; Mr, and
Mrs. LestiewilV. CroftiSr.; Mr. and
Mrs. Charles 'K. Cross and son;
Mrs. Julie H. 'DeLeon; Mrs. Buren
G. Douglai and daughter; Rich Richard
ard Richard A. Edmonson; Eugenia Kicks;
and Mr. and Mrs. Evan t. Evans,
Jr., and two children.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur B. Fall
and, two cliildren; Dr. and Mrs.
Lewis E. Fontaine and two child children;
ren; children; Edward Folse, Sr. and daugh
ter; Marco Gandasequi; Mr. and
Mrs. Robert T. Geddes and three
ehildeen; Milton J. Halley and two
children; Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Har Harrouche;
rouche; Harrouche; Mr. and Mrs. John F. Hern
and 'two children; Mr. and Mrs.
Charles E. Herrman; Mr. and
Mrs. Pali' E. Hinman;
Daniel J. Ianoale; Mil. Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Johengen; Mr. and Mrs.
Charles E. Jones and three ail aildren:
dren: aildren: Mr. and Mrs. Richard E.
Kellen and two children; Mr. and
Mrs. Abe L. Lincoln and son;
Chester A. Luhr and son; John
R. McGlade and two children;
Joseph A. Mack; Mr. and Mrs.
Dave L. Madison and son; Mr.
and Mrs. Richard J. Mahoney and
two children; Mr. and Mrs. David
J. Markun and four children; Mr.
and Mrs. Donald C. Miller, and
two children; and Mr. and Mrs.
Fred t. Mounts and ,two chil children;
dren; children; Miss Kathryn, Nehring; Henry
Niddam; Mr, and Mrs. Howard
r W. Osborn and two children; Mrs.
Esther Powelson and five chit chit'
' chit' dren; Dr, and Mrs. Howard C.
Pritham and four children; Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph J. Pustis and
three children; Mr. and Mrs. Ro Robert
bert Robert J. Risberc and three children
Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Rogers and
five children: and Mr. and Mrs.
Walter. H. Rose.
Mrs. Marie C. Schwarzrock and
inn; Mr. and Mrs. Gaston St. Ms Msrie
rie Msrie and two children; Alberts
b Stark; Mrs. Dolores G. Stewart;
' Lt. Coi. and Msa. Walter E. Stie Stielau
lau Stielau and sort; Thomas Street; Mrs.
DorothY Theriot and daughter;
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Vander Vandercriftf
criftf Vandercriftf Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wal Waltee
tee Waltee and three children; Rev. and
Mrs. Edwin C. Webster and five
children; and Dr. and ,Mrs. Mau Maurice
rice Maurice B. Winstead and four chil children.
dren. children. ?wagers listed for Haiti are
Col. and Mrs. Robert Heinl, Jo Josophlabbak;
sophlabbak; Josophlabbak; tad Rodolfe R. Va.-
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We have an inveotment club 14 cover'your -housing-vests, eve"
months old. Up to the present, we adding $25 a- month for heat and
have 10 members, each investiftg $15 more for insurance, water; etc.
the same amount. Several have You will get a tax offset on the
expressed a desire to invest two mortgage interest and on your real
or three times that amotmt'hlem- estate taxes- The price of the
ber A may then own twice at ma house is certainly not out of line,
ny units sia member B; but the being only(twicet your annual ill illvoting
voting illvoting powet on decisions to.buy come.
or sell stock would remain the.. it And, most Important of all, you
same. What is' yotir, (Onion? have two-youngsters.
A. I see no reason-- why some Sure we're going to have higher
members with more ftmds shouldn't taxes and highereverything else.
be able to put in more money eve- The U.S. dollaritaan't a friend in
ry month, thus increasing the a- the world. '' : --
inount of stock purchased and be- But that doesn't mean you
nefitting all members by cutting should deny youritids a- home in
commission costs. which they can grow up during
However and this is I big &Ay- their formative 'Tans.
ever various atate securitlea ad- ,-',.1,, ..---....14,---
ministrators have takendifferent Q- I ardidnillitA4with inceme
positions -on this matter.4ome in- of 34,709-' 0-tvg SiOme4.T. Mkt T.
sist that every member 'of an' in- no money in the bank, but with
vestment club should have an e- some life insurance and a 20-year
qua! share of the total. endowment. Since I hare the. life
I would suggest that you first insurance, could I get more for
get the official ruling of the aec- mY moneY than in tho nndoW nndoWtirities
tirities nndoWtirities administrator ,in your state-, meet?
before you make any Move:Sec- A. The Al. endl. is fide, the
ondly, I would put the problem be- lack of cash in the bank is bad;
fore the National Association- of the annuity leaves me unexcited,
Investment clubs which happees I 'don't know what the paid up
to be in the National Bank Build- 32,800 almuity will get you 'after
ing in your own city, Detroit. 20 years--probably a few dollars
I must point out to you that in a month. So what?
addition to -the specific legal nil- However.. d that's the only way
ing in your..ewn state, allowing you wee ,,going to accumulate
different sized ,dues would &tin in- Cash, Yet nu et t to tontinue with
crease the. 0 -61--lour treaSpr- it- ,1--- ,'
er-agent Whee all members cot; s -Dr;-iddition, it seems to me,
tribute X dollars every mouth, You ought to try for a regular
each can be credited with one quarterly or semi-annual purchase
share. of good growth stock --, even V
But if you are to tilltni variable it's only $100 .or $200 worth.-
amounts, those increasing their
payments when the club:, portfolio - , ..
shows a deficit-would be enjoying
an 'advantage, unless all shares ,VV
were priced at the exact asset --- ,s,' ,-,-,' ;2- -'-' 4'. ,.'''
Similarly, if you develop too CHATTER
much spread in number of shares
owned, you are also' creating the
possibility of trouble, in voting NEW YORK (UP1)larom a dm
should the 7,going get4ough.- ing point of view, any failure this
1 would move, slowfy---aed nod week. to attract increase volume
at all until you. cheek lie ilibvi And itarry,,the., Dott-lones Indus Indussource
source Indussource s. trial averale4abovethe 640 level
once agalii Would-Most likely re
Q. I am 34, married, withAwo sult in at leaat4her test of the
children. We have made wdePosit 415-620 levet e ssibly thong'
, on o, house we can buy for,$15,700 the minotetrend-7 down, -accord
. with 4 3-4 per cent00-year matt-. log.,tocIlitydenrStone end Co.
1. gage after .41 WnpayMent, of ,k$1.t ,..1),?,',',. i P 1.1' ,f d',A,4t
I 0001,t, MOrtg4 bled' ta,x,es, Vio.uht, .11001YOrattlOgiakdballo,Co- ages for
i cost', ibout 115. I earn' $7,400 to year ending Jens 30'ars entimat.
$7,300.1.ately I have turned doubt- ed at about 15 million dollars and
I ful what with all this talk about earnings of about43 a share and
i higher taxes, commuter fares and for fiscal 11)60 sales are likely a-,
. expenses in' general. What do you round 24 million 25 mMion dol dol.
. dol. think? lara earnings nrniottart tn Ift with
A. If the house and eommuiing
suit you,. I would vote yes.
An income of $15 Oa week 'Mould
Army' Plan's. Fiiing At 11.0.-Hato
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., ,,1 4 emomeab, .' 4. i. t
Firing on both aides of the ribbean. Element! of the let
Ist tunes as well as in the Rib Battle Group, 20th, Infantry, will
Hato area is planned by U.S. Ar- be firing machine guns at Phifer
my Caribbean during the week Range, -Fort Kobbe area, from
beginning Monday. The fellweing ,7;30tuatti' ttr:410 p.m. The max maxscnedule
scnedule maxscnedule has been enneuatedt ., itmeir altitlide will be 37,500 feet
On MondayotTeendethr,,Wednee and- ',.'the maximum horizontal
day and Thursday, 'Medea tau,g,,--wL
from the U.S. Army Caribbean ,
School will use the; Empire Artil. w i
lery Range Firing Point 5 for illiom E Mosley
105mm' howitzer firing between
P.m. Dies' funeral
the hours of 8 a.m. and S
Miximum altitude will be 8610
feet and the maximum horium- if
tal renge 6505 prds. ,,.,,
At Empire Range, mortars and Set For tvionday
the 130mm subcabinet. will be fir fired
ed fired May 26, 27 and 28. This acti- i,
ed May 26, 27 and 28. This aciti- William E. Moaeley, 67 died
vity is scheduled between 5 p.m. Yesterday morning, at the radio radioand
and radioand 6 cm. The maximum alti- logical branch sif the Santo To-,
tude is 6500 feet' and 1 the range mas hospital, which he had en.
is 6000 yards. tered 16. days ego for 'recited
Elements of the DK .Il,a t tie treatment. A
Group, 20th Infantry, are 't.4, utt, Moseley arritred nn the Hatt Hattlize
lize Hattlize Phifer Range between 7 cm. mus, from the Island of Barbados
and 4 p.m. May' 27, 28 and 29. in 1908 during the early con conWeapons
Weapons conWeapons fired will be 100mm ri. struction days and immediately
Hes, with the maximum altitude secured employement with the
1494 feet and the range 3500 Isthmian Canal Company. He
yards. worked continuously up u n't i I
At the Pina Light Artillery ,1920, when he -.left the Isthmus
for Cuba where he worked for a
ml t aour tgae r(Iedandfro8minim7 time. Upon his return to the
a.m. to 5 p.m., Maximum altitude Isthmus he gained employment
is 2958 and the horizontal range with the army and remained in
will be 4035 yards. their, employ until. 1948 when- he
The Venado Beach area wilt leas-tetired fromthe'. services.
be the scene of general weeping The deceased was connected
activity from 7 cm, to 4:30 pm; fraternally with the Catholic or
May 25 through May 29. Troops der of the Knights' of St. John,
of the 20th Infantry age to fire of which he was a foundation
machine guns and .30 caliber ri- member and was a devout mem.
Hes. Maximum altitude is 300 ber of the St. Vence& De Paull
feet and the range will be 150 Church and was affiliated with
yards. its Holy Name Societyt He was
All this week there will be pis- &leo a Mem r'' of the Canal
tol firing between 7 cm. and 7 Zone Retired Meet-Association.
p.m. at the Fort Clayton Pietol Funeral se icewilL be held
Range. Altitude is 2000 feet and at the Corm .Cha,pel it 1 p.m.
the horizontal range is 50 yards. Monday, and terment will take
At the Empire Kknown Dist- place ,Immedia ely thereafter 111,
tenet, Range. through May 31, -.30 the adjoining cemetery' amter ttf
caliber rifles 'and .30 caliber car- charge-of Abe Knights of St. Johak
bines will be-., fired between 7 His Wy will be convoyed from
, a.m. anti 5 pan., with, a maxi- the Gorgas Hospital te the eh
mum altitude .of 12,500 feet and pet. ..4,,,?, :''
. ,a range 0(400 yards. Transportation will be ennoble
, From May r2.I. through Mar, 31 etShaler Roed at 12;30 p.m. tot
general actleity '111- scheduled, for the memboOt 'of the, society that
. the Rio Hat,: training area. Fly ere able1A, Wend the :funeral.
- ing will lei. oenducted on a 24, 1,Mc.' Mostly, is '.servived by hi!
I hour-a-day bags, with pistols, ri- eifer Mrs. ElitabethNe a ela yl
! fies, mortamoind recoilles riftee sem-Victory.' a' brother Ences
a MOn g Vico weapons utilized.. Clarke Moseley of ,Salvatim
. Maximum altitude will be 01.8 Army Corps at Peralace anothe
feet and the''' maximum horizonl brother on the Atlantic kids; see
t tal range will 'be 7400 'yards.. -4 eral ',grind Andrei,' Metes am
Additional firing has been nemhws on the Isthmus; sr
1 May 26, 27 and 28. This aciti- William E. Moseley, 67 died
ity is scheduled between 5 p.m. Yesterday morning, at the radio.
nd 6 cm. The maximum alti- logical branch sif the Santo To Toide
ide Toide is 6500 feet: and l the range mas hospital, which he had en eni
i eni 6000 yards. tered 16, days ego for 'radial 4
Elements of tht fit .11.a ttle 3ritatment. ,
lroup, 20th Infantry, are 1.4, utiT Moseley artitred en the Iodi Iodize
ze Iodize Phifer Range between 7 ton. mus, from the island of Barbados
nd 4 p.m. May' 27, 28 and 29. in 1908 during the early eon eonleapons
leapons eonleapons fired will be 108mm rt. struction days and immediately
es, with the maximum altitude secured employement with the
194 feet and the range 3500 Istnmian Canal Company. He
Ards. worked continuously up u n't i 1
At the Pine Light Artillery .,1920. when he ,,left the Isthmus
for Cuba where he worked for a
Lange on May 27, 60 and 81mm
loners will be fired from 7 time. Upon his return to the
.m. to 5 pm-, Maximum altitude Isthmus he gained employment
with the army and remained in
i 2958 and the horizontal range
ill he 4035 yards. their, employ tmtil 1948 when- he
The Venado Beach area wilt IStat-tetired from-thr services.
e the scene of general weeping The deceased was connected
ctivity from 7 a.mL to 4:30 pm.' fraternally with the Catholic or- 1
lay 25 through May 29. Troops der of the Knights' of St. John,
f the 20th Infantry age to fire of which he was a foundation i,
nachine guns and .30 caliber ri- member and was a devout mem- 1
les. Maximum altitude is 300 ber of the St. Veneent De Paull
eet and the range. will be 150 Church and was affiliated with
'Ards. its Holy Name Societyt He was
All this week there will be pis- also a Mem r)' of the Canal '',(,
ol firing between 7 cm. and 7 Zone Retired Meta-Association. k
t.m. at the Fort Clayton Pintol Funeral se ice, wilL be held ',.
lenge. Altitude is 2000 feet and it the Corm 'Chapel it 1 p.m- ,.''
he horizontal range is 50 yards. Monday, and terment will take '',,.
At the Empire Kknown Dis- place ,Immedia ely thereafter Alp '''', A
slice Range. through May 31, -.30 the adjoining cemetery' nnter tit ,'
:aliber rifles and .30 caliber car- charge -of the Knights of St. Jolla,.
tines will be-,, fired between 7 His Wy will be conveyed from
i.m. and 5 p.nt'., with,' at maxi- the Gorgas Hospital US the chat. ,;
num altitude of 12,500 feet .and pel. 4',.?, :'' : i'
t range 0(400, yards. Transportation will be available f
From May r23 :through Mar:, 31 etShaler Road at 12;30 p.m. foe
general actleity 't11 scheduled' for the membsOt of the, society that
lite Rio Hato: training area. Fit. sre ablel, Wend, the :funeral.
ing will be oOnducted on a 24- 1-14K Mostly is ',Itirvived by his
nour-a-day bags, with pistols, ri- Wife,. Mrs. Elisabeth ',M,e I e I el Y't it
nes, mortarceltand recollles rifles sem-Victory.' a' -, brother, EnVOl 4
a MOn g the :t2,; weapons utilized.. Clarke Moseley of, the Intim : ,,,
Maximum altitude will be 518 Army Corps at Pitralso4. another 11
feet and the''' maximum borisoril brother on the Atlantic kids; sty.
tat range will 'be 7400 'yards'. ,,,k ',eral ',grind shildren, nieces and 1
Additional firing has been nephews on the Isthmus; sod '
scheduled for Friday, May 22, other relstivel in Barbados, the
by Headquarters. U.S. Army Ca- U.S. and In England.' 1
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a. rof kr,,ry
asing costa, oven 1
ionth for heat and
surance, water; etc. te
a tax offset on tile
wt and on your real
'he price of the
Illy not out of line,
:ei your annual
tportant of all, you
Ding to have higher L
er everything else.
',Won't a friend in
Ioesn't mean you
'Idds a home in
n grow up during
' Aome4.T. Mkt T.
,he bank, but with 1
ranee And a 20-year
nee I have tha. lift
Id I get more for
an in the endow endow.1
.1 endow.1 an11. tine; the
n the bank is bad; ,1"
eves me unexcited.
v what the paid up
will get you after
Dably a few dollars
that's the only way
lit to tontinue with p
it seems to ine,
trY for a reAllar ' I
wth stock --, even V
or 2200 worth,.
cover 'your 'Musing costa, evta
adding $25 a month for heat and
$15 more for insurance, water; etc.
You will get a tax offset on the
mortgage interest and on your real
estate taxes. The price of the
house is certainly not out of line,
being only(twicei your annual 'A 'Acorn
corn 'Acorn e.
,- And, most important of all, you
have two rungsters.
Sure we re going to have higher
taxes and'higher everything else.
The U.S. dollatimsn't a friend in
But that doesn't mean you
should deny your lids a home in
which they can grow up during
their formative yitare.
Q. it 'ilingrA 'A, 'with income
of $4,700, Own lome-.A.T. and T.
no money in the bank, but with
some life insurance and a 20-year
endowment. Since I have tho. life
insurance, could I get more for
my money than in the endow endowment?
ment? endowment? A. The Al. ,and, T. is fitie; the
lack of cash in the bank is bad;
the annuity leaves me unexcited,
I don't know what the paid up
$2,800 annuity will get you after
20 years--probably a few dollars
a 'month. So what?
llowevey if that's the only way
you irre ,going to aceumulste
cash, yott ought to tontinue with
it seems to me,
you ought to try for a regular
quarterly or semi-annual purchase
of a good growth stock even V
it's only $100 or $200 worth.
;1021yorsalOVInding,Vo. fess toe
year ending June 30 ars estimat estimated
ed estimated at about 15 million dollars and
earnings of about 42 a share and
for fiscal 1260 sales aro likely a around
round around 24 million to 25 mMion dol dollars
lars dollars earnings projected to 36 with
possible initiation of dividende on
common within the next 12 months
says Baker Watts lialftCo:
a of the 1st
k Infantry, will
guns at Phifet
be area, from
p.m. The mar-
il be 17,500 feet
meley, 67 died
4, at the radio.
t the Santo To.,
ich he had en.
,go tor voided, 4
I On the 'Att 'Attend
end 'Attend of Barbados
the early con connd
nd connd immediately
ment with the
Company. He i
tsly up until
A the Isthmus
ne worked for a
return to the
Ind remained in
il 1948 when- he
l thr. services.
the Catholic on. 1
its of St. John,
is a foundation :
1 a devout mem.
mcent De Paul's
t affiliated with
iocietyt He was
, of the Canal
utla Association. 4
er will '', be held ,ii
!hapel it 1 pm..
erment will take ''
ly thereafter )11:
netery :unter tW
ights of St. Jolla,.
B conveyed trots
pita te the eha t
will be available f
at 12;30 p.m. for
'.aurvived by bis
.6:1"otflhrtther:dheigoeiSalael:vianItvio"Yerla ,141,, ,,.'
Mantic aide; sev,,
Elren, nieces and
t Isthmus; sod
in Barbados, the t
w :. ,
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SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1939
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talCaL13 AMP ci 1011110M1
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FROBAB4Y 100 BUSY
LOOTING 0HATS 01; PAIWBEI
LEFT OF TRAN THEY TWA(
ocmiEE,wrrH WE'RE INJUN5,
US TOO, THE WAY
A SANAkTA ) I HAVE, Top AwFUL
SKINT OUT OF CAREFUL ATOLA HOuSE,
THE TRASH CAM WITH A WIOE AN' TWO
SuS6SSTS A OAUSHTERS --WENT
LADY'S HAT, THEM OUT -TO WASH TS'
THEy SURE MUST OAR -- THOUSHT 1
AWK.IL THIS .HAO A sPowse
M Aftitifis True Life
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OF, POPOVER, UNAWARE OP -THE )-1117PSN
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SHALL 140T WARM AM CHICK,IPOb6-1
SHALL isiOT MAN MY5r-LF
PLEASUZ5 OF AR COMPAIVi
"If you didn't know me, Dad, bow much salary would
you,say I'd be Worthr
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ORDNANCE AWARD Brig. Gen. Milton L. Ogden, left, de deputy
puty deputy commanding gener.al, U.S. Army Caribbean, presents till 1
USARCARIB kward of Honor to Col. John C. Nickerson, .11,4,, ;
command ordnance officer. The section achieved the honor
for establishing a safety record in all phases of accident pre prevention.OU.S.
vention.OU.S. prevention.OU.S. Army Photo)
WI-IILE YOU'RE AT IT,
DEAR, WILL YOU SEE
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FOLKS! ru INNEItc
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MIAMI, May 23 (UP1)-11.S. custorns,agents smashed a gun running ring yesterday that planned to ship a
million dollars worth of weapons to theCaTibbean for a counter-revolution in Cuba.
The agents, doubling as underooiermein the best cloak-and-dagger tradition, arrested a Dominican republic
Consul General, a shapely woman pilot; a policeman and 11 other persons after almost three months of work.
Eleven were arrested as they loaded' 200,000 rounds of ammunition, 17 machine guns 38 Garand rifles and parts
for 20 carabines aboard a surplus I,J.,',Air, Force C-47 transport plane at Miami International Airport.
All of 14 of the alleged ploters were' free wider bond to await a hearing June B.
They included Dominican Re-
publican Consul General Agusto
Ferrando, who took refuge at first
in his consulate-residence where
he enjoyed diplomatic immunity
es long as he stayed insidt.p..
Ferrando surrendered volunta voluntarily
rily voluntarily six hours after the, others otherswere
were otherswere arrested and was freed un under
der under $25,000 bond. He was chrged
with conspiracy to bribe customs
agents and conspiracy to illegal illegally
ly illegally ship arms.
Chief customs agent Joseph For Fortier
tier Fortier said the arms were bound for
Kills Baby Goats
At Storybook Farm
PARSIPPANY, N. J. (1.1PI)
An intruder described by police as
a "sadistic psycopath" broke into
the Storybook Farm yesterday' tor
a second time and killed five
baby goats and two rabbits used
narsery rhyme displays.
Joseph O'Bryan, owner of the
farm, a favori e attraction for
children, said all the animals had
been clubbed to death, except for
one goat which was shot in the
j liv,week.before, an animal-killer
Irbke into the farm and killed two
young goats and two rabbits. The
farm has about 40 animals, in.
eluding calves. ducks, chickens
and peacocks, but the slayer has
chosen only goats and rabbits as
Weather Or Not I
This weather report for tit0
hours ending 8 a. m. today 15
prepared by the Meteorological
and Bydrographie Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
(max. mph) S-10
JUIN (inches) T
(inner harbors) 80
1.0 Gatun Lake
Madden Dam 216.37
SUNDAY, MAY 24
4:54 a.m 17.6 ft.
5:12 p.m. MO ft.
, 11:03 a.m. .1.1 ft.
11:29 p.m. -2.0 ft.
PRICES: 0.75 0.40
Shows: 1:45 3:35
5:25 7:10 9:00 p.m.
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the Dominican Republic where
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former Cuban President Fulgencio
Batista, ousted by the Cuban re revolutionary
volutionary revolutionary forces of Fidel Casa,
is living in exile..Fortier could not
say to whom the" arms were be being
ing being shipped.'
Other figures in the myksbery in
Aviatrix Virginia Bland, 36.
yho does her flying in skin-tight
toreador pants, charged with con
spiracy, to illegally ship arms;
Miami policeman JoSeph Li Liguori,
guori, Liguori, one-time body guard to play playboy
boy playboy Rafael (Ramfis) Trujillo Jr.,
son of the Dominican strongman.
Customs officials said they had
known of the plot since march.
Fortier said two of his agents
were approached at that time.
He said the agents were offered
money to overlook arms shipped
through Miami to the Dominican
Fortier said the plotters plan planned
ned planned to eventually ship a million
dollars worth of arms.
Fortier said authorities in Wash Washington
ington Washington gave the go-ahead for 'the
two agents to play along. He said
Ferrando paid them WO. Later,
they received another 61,000.
Agents were watching the tran transport
sport transport at Miami's new Internation International
al International Airport. When the 11 started
to load the guns the agents.moved
Ferrando was not at the air airport.
port. airport. Two others, including Fer Ferrando's
rando's Ferrando's vice Consul, Jose Paulipo,
were arrested as aterial witne'ss witne'sscs
cs witne'sscs and put under heavy bond.
Others out on bond were Liguori
and Leonard Trento, of Newark,
N. J., both charged with the same
Walt Disney Productions an announced
nounced announced today the signing of a
contract with the Rank OrgEniza OrgEnizabon
bon OrgEnizabon calling for the distribution of
a further group of Disney films by
J. Arthur Rank Overseas Film Dis Distributors.
tributors. Distributors. Territories concerned, as under
an earliier agreementebetween the
Disney Productions and Rank
in July 1958 includes all Latin A American
merican American and Far Eastern countries
in which the latter has its own
companies and branch offices.
The new contract extends these
arrangements so that for the first
time the Rank Overseas company
will release the Disney films in
Germany and Austria, and also in
Italy where one half of Disney's
current productions will be dis distributed
tributed distributed by Rank.
Among the films included are
"Sleening Beauty," "Third Man
On The Mountain." "The ShaggV
Dog." "Darby O'Gill And The Lit Little
tle Little People." "White Wilderness,"
Henrv Darlington, president of
Rank Films de Panama, S. A., an announced
nounced announced that these films will be
made available to local movie moviegoes
goes moviegoes during the second half of this
THE MAN...THE BOIL.
THE'STORY THAT SENT
A MILLION VOLTS ACROSS
THE BROADWAY STAGE!
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CONROY LEON JANNEY FRANK OVERTON knew, ill MILTON SUROTSKY
prmuor in Ax J ROSENBERG sr4 MILTON SUBOTSKY hinged Ow toirrEDEpornsis
two conspiracy counts as Ferran Ferrando.
do. Ferrando. Charged onl with conspiracy
to illegally ship arms were:
Americam John Embry, 38, of
Tampa, Fla.; William Quitman
Brook ley, 30, a University of Mia Miami
mi Miami student; Samuel Eugene Poole
Jr., 34, Tampa, the pilot, and Do Dominick
minick Dominick Edward Bartone, 45, Cleve
land, an airpine broker, and
Cubans Joseph Andrew Viera Val Valdes
des Valdes Elizio Carrado Triana, Pedro
Santana and Oscar Pages.
The airplane was one of 11 pur purchased
chased purchased recently as surplus by A Alms
lms Alms Dynamics of Cleveland. The
head of Akros said earlier the
planes were bought for a Cuban
party. He refused to comment yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Several U. S. newspapers re
On US Visit Jailed
For Plot On Stale
AMMAN, Jordan, May 23 (UPI)
Jordan confirmed today that
Maj. Gen. Sadia Shara has been
jailed and charged with plotting
against "the welfare of the state.'
Officials said a three-man board
of Inquiry...has been set up to, AA AAvestigate
vestigate AAvestigate tbe charges aping the
high army leader.
Shara will remain in orison "for
safety' at least until the investi investigation
gation investigation is complete, they said.
Shara accompanied King Hus Hussein
sein Hussein on the monarch's recent world
tour which included the United
States and Britain.
Middle Eeet observers earlier
reported that Shara had been 'un 'under
der 'under fire for some time. They said
his defense of the general was one
reason former premier Samir Ri Rifal
fal Rifal resigned earlier this month.
Government officials said the
board of inauiry included internal
security chief Bahyat Tabbara,
former military court Judge Col.
Twofeek Rousan and armv attor attorney
ney attorney Mhammad Rasoul Kilani.
To Wes! Germany
On Armen, Plans
MOSCOW, May 23 (UPI)---The
Soviet Union today handed West
Germany a new note.
The note was handed over to
West German Ambassador Hans
Kroll this afternoon by the So Soviet
viet Soviet Union's first deputy foreign
minister, V. V. Kurnetsov.
The note was understood to be
a reply to the West German note
to the Kremlin of May 7 on the
subject of the atomic armament
of West Germany's armed forc forces.
es. forces. The Soviet Union, in an earlier
note, attacked West German
plans to arm its forces with atomic
No details of the new note
were immediately available.
ported at the time of the airplane
purchase that they were destined
to be used against Cuba -by counter-revolutionary
Buenos Aires Bank
Clerks On Strike
Rampage in Streets
BUENOS AIRES (UPDSeven
thousand striking bank clerks fac facing
ing facing loss of their jobs wrecked
large sections of downtown
Buenos Aines last night in
a battle with police that raged up
and down the, city's streets.
More than 100 -persons were in injured,
jured, injured, some of then...badly enough
to be carried away by ambulance.
Police arrested 128. one person
Me strikers, threatened with
mass dismissal from their jobs to today,
day, today, smashed store windows,
ripped down trolley wires and
hurled bricks- and heavy woOden
clubs at police.
Police counter attacked with
tear gas and high pressure water
jets. Workers 'took over the top
of the new city market under
construction on Ninth of July Av Avenue
enue Avenue and hurled bricks to the
street 10 stories below.
So many people jammed onto a
&tee build building
ing building that it collapsed.
One man standing on a balcony
below was killed by the 'falling
masonry and two other persons
were seriously injured.
The clerks went on strike five
weeks ago today to support de demands
mands demands for ,a raise of .1,500 pesos
41870) month. The counter of offer
fer offer was 800 pesos MO).
The government delivered an
ultimatum saying that any clerk
who did not return to work today
would be dismissed and replaced
by newly-hired permanent help.
Mrs. Fink, yidoly
Of Canal Ve fermi,
Passes AI Gamboa
Mrs. Matilda Fink, widow of a
Canal Construction Day worker,
died Friday at her home in Gam Gamboa.
boa. Gamboa. She was 79 years old and
had been in ill health for some
Her husband, the late Joseph
Fink, came to the Isthmus in 1907
to work as a boilermakeer with the
Isthmian CanalCommission. fle
half the Roosevelt Medal for Con Construction
struction Construction Day service. left the
Canal organization in 1921.
Mrs. Fink is survived by a sist sister,
er, sister, Mrs. Flora Voorhes of Gam Gamboa,
boa, Gamboa, and a brother, William H.
Witemer Jr., of Balboa.
Funeral arrangements will be
General Motors Plans Little Chevvie
To Compete With
General Motors Corp. announced
yesterday it will build and market
a new small car in the United
States this year and hinted broad broadly
ly broadly that the car would have a rear
GM Board Chairman Fredric
G. Donner told stockholders of the
company meeting here yesterday
that the new GM ear would be cal called
led called the Corvair and would be mar marketed
keted marketed by Chevrolet dealers.
The announcement came only
one day after L. L. Colbert, Chrys Chrysler
ler Chrysler Corp. president, and Henry
Ford II, Ford Motor Co., presi president,
dent, president, confirmed that their' com companies
panies companies would build small cars.
The Chrysler small car will be
called the Valiant and Ford's
small car is named Falcon.
All three announcement merely
confirmed reporta, that had been
circulating around Detroit for
some time. Industry sources said
GM would introduce the Corvair
Oct. 9, Ford will introduce the
Falcon a week later and Chrysler
will introduce the Valiant early in
Like Colbert and Ford, Donner
withheld details of the small car
his company plans to produce.
"Without going into details,
DEMOTE JUDOS ,$
QVEMOY-CIT, Quemoy Island
(UM The Public,. Funectionary
Committee has. demoted Judge
Hu 'rao-hwei because he granted
Mrs. Lin Fu-hong a &voice with without
out without bothering to get the husband's
side of the story. He married the
divorcee himself four months
A POPPY FOR THE GOVERNORDlane E. Cazobon, Poppy Girl
tor the Veterans of Foreign Wars current Clrive, presente a Bud Buddy
dy Buddy Poppy to Alberto Alem,n, Governor of' Panama. At left is
Charles R. Hill, chairman of the Poppy Sales' for -V.F.W. Post
Coed Who Hacked
May Get Gas Chamber on New Charge
ASHEVILLE, N.C. (UPI) A
shy dark-haired college coed who
hacked a former roommatt with
a hatchet faces possible. death in'
IONE CAME RUNNING
(Faye Ray makes like a pole
ivaulter in Florida. Only that's
a beach umbrella she's wielding
and she appears headed. for a
tumble from dock, umbrella, too.
Baby Fords In Fall
which ust, of course, be withheld
until announcement time as is
the case with any new model, I
can say that this distinctive,
smaller and lighter car embodies
certain features which are new to
the American automotive industry
and represent a new concept in
TheI a ter part of Donner's
statement apparently refers to a
horizontally opposed aluminum
engine which GM plans to place
in the rear of its small car, ac according
cording according to reports from the auto
"The Corvair is design'ed pri primarily
marily primarily to conform to the stand standards
ards standards of automotive fransportatIon
that exist on this continent," said
Donner. "While it will be priced
attractively and will be economi economical
cal economical to operate and maintain, it
will not be a to-called 'stripped
"It differs substantially.from the
cars being imported into this
country from abroad by General
Motors and by other manufactur manufacturtTs
tTs manufacturtTs and distributors.
"Both wheelbase and overall
length will be shorter than pres present
ent present Chevrolet passenger cars. In Interior
terior Interior dimensions, however, will
still be large enough to seat six
LOOK, MA NO HANDS
POOLE, England (UPI)
Christopher Rabbetts, 16, was sus susvended
vended susvended from school today for rid riding
ing riding nude on a motorcycle through
the town parit.
Rabbetts said he'd been dared
by schoolmates who "bet me a
shilling (14 cents) each that it
wouldn't do it."
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the gas chamber whether her vic victim
tim victim lives or dies.
Pudgy Patricia Dennis, 21, was
charged yesterday with first
degree burglary with intent to
commit murder. First degree
burglarybreaking Into an occu occupied
pied occupied dwelling at night, carries a
maximum penalty of death under
North Carolina law.
Asked whether the charge
meant that the state would seek
the death penalty for Miss
Dennis, Dist. Sol. Robert Swain
said "1 presume so."
Doctors ,.at a hospital b e r
meanwhile, worked, feverishly to
save the life of pretty Rosa Wat Watterson,
terson, Watterson, 20, of Guilford College,
N.C. The attractive freshman at
Warren Wilson College at near nearby
by nearby Swannanoa had regained con consciousness
sciousness consciousness but was under heavy
sedation. She was reported
"slightly improved" but still in
The first degree burglary
charge against Miss Dennis came
as a surprise. A few hours ear earlier,
lier, earlier, Swain had said the girl
probably would be charged with
secret assault which carries a
maximum penalty of '20 years in
PrigOn. If Miss Watterson dies,
the charge would be changed to
Miss bennis, who planned to
become a missionary after her
two-year course at Warren Wilson
College, has admitted hacking
Miss Watterson th a hatchet in
a jealous rage because "she took
all my friends."
The attack occurred early Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday as Miss Watterson -slept in
her room in a freshman dor dormitory
mitory dormitory at the college.
The incident stunned Miss Den Denfricrids
fricrids Denfricrids and neighbors in
Cleveland where she was de-i
scribed as "quiet," nice and iny inything
thing inything but vicious.'
School officials there described
her as "shy, quiet and had a nice
smile." They said she was a
"better than average" student, a
member of the Junior Council on
World Affairs, active in the Girls'
Athletic Assn. and a worker On
the school newspaper.
OLD LIIVELetest Hollywood
find Margie Grainer was danc dancing
ing dancing in Las Vegas when. the
heard the old line, "ou ought
to be in Movies." She bit, is
of living j9mped two-tenths 9f 1
per cent in 'April to equal ,the
record peak set last July 'and
again in November, the govern.
ment reported yesterday.
Despite the rise in consumer
prices, the buying power of the
average factory worker also
climbed to a. new record. hist
month. Ms take-home pay WAS at
an all-time high.
The Labor Department, said fts
consumer price index rose in
April to 123.9 per cent of the 1947
1949 base period, This compared
with 123.7 per cent-in March and
123.6 in April, 1958.
The department attributed the
rise primarily to higher pHces for
transportation, medical care; rec recreation
reation recreation and -personal-care. Other
factors were higher state and lo local
cal local taxes on tobacco, telephones,
gasoline and sales generally-
Food costs declined ilightly,
Tax Refonn Bills
WASHINGTON (UPI). Four
Democratic senators introduced a
series of tax. reform bills yester yesterday
day yesterday aimed at- making the federal
tax system. fairer -and raisrtir an
extra $2,500,1100,090. in. reveime
many "luxury! business expeiiie
account deductions, slash the con controversial
troversial controversial oil depletion allowance,
repeal special tax credits on divi divident
dent divident income and set up a tax
withholding system for, dividend
and interest payments,., :
The bills 'were sponsred'',by sponsred'',bySens.
Sens. sponsred'',bySens. Joseph S. Clark (Pa.), Paul
H. Douglas (II), Eugene J., Mc McCarthy
Carthy McCarthy (Minn.) and William Prox Proxmire
mire Proxmire (Wis.).
The senators recommended that
the new tax revenues ,be used to
reduce the national ,debt,,provi4
way for further tax, j'eforin q
Among other, things :they Said,:
Congress should be able to red,uce
some of the 'excessive' intome
tax rates on persons in high
brackets and trim federal Sales
taxes that hit hardest at thoS in
The' four- 'senittors, gal& 'writ
statement 'that, their ',aim .is by es establish
tablish establish the principle "that those
with equal incomes should pay
equal takes in line with the pledge
contained in the Democratic plat platform
form platform of 1956."
Chairman Wilbur D. Mills (D (DArk.)
Ark.) (DArk.) of the Nouse ,Ways and
Means Committee annenticed ear earlier
lier earlier this week that his group
would make a broad study of.,the
He said he hoped it would lead
to reforms that would pave the
way for a "significant" tax cut
eliminate, many Jmsiness deduc deductions,
tions, deductions, would affect night club en entertainment,
tertainment, entertainment, theater and sporting
events, maintenance of yachts
and hunting lodges, ,businss gifts,
country club dues .and travel..to
conventions abroad. ;
The :cost, otall or
may mow be dedhcfeci 11.0rd:takes
as a business exPense under cer certain
tain certain circumstances.
, Clark said his proposal' WoUld
bring in an extra 800-thillion-dollars
In Bird's Death
MANILA (UPT) A heated tie tiebate
bate tiebate over whether. a bird could
commit suicide raged' ekterdaY
among the prees, -police and zoo
The bird was an Australian
emu which died in its cage at the
Manila Zoo' after pow,
tured by a 'mysterious sharp ob object.
ject. object. "Suicide," ruled' pollee
"Malicious hooliganism," said
ignorance,' charged Manila
Times Cohimnist Alejandro R.
Rocas said it Was foolish te 'con 'conclude
clude 'conclude that the emu committed sui suicide
cide suicide because "IT1811 was the only
animal that would even consider
taking its own.life."
Not so, arglied police. Accord According
ing According th them, the bird deliberately
threw iteelf on a .protruding
in the cage,. possibly because Of
homesicknees for its native Aus Australia.
tralia. Australia. Zoo officials suspected a group
cif teen-aged lvys might have
scaled the ,zoo lence and killed
the ethu as part of a gang initia initialion.
lion. initialion. rite.
1 LITTLO LIZ 1
tatt ) I i
L.q 1 SVSNZ
Kids used to dowhot was 11,11ght
end expected no thanks. NOW a
lot of them do what's wiong and
tuned ine punishment, OKA.
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largely beialiae ,oi: shop- dtepe,s,,, -:,
the price- of egmptioti.tmd-dairt. '
products. -', : .,,,,7', ,.-- ,-:.. ;,t..," 'I, ,, t tt. N
The overall-: Cost of lleingriiet.
will mean'', a tentan-hoult pay140 -..
creasetfor,'180,000, workers' whosel,
wages' ari4,pegged ,,to ythe price;''- I
indet-Bilt lt, wat not- large enoughlf ',,, I
to 'affect the,wages'of MOre 'that
one milliott., auto 'workers! Avid', '-
similar esealitoStlausea. ',r,,, ,to
The,APril Price indet --talso; seC
ii 'record los 1 sustained',4 stabilitye
For 10';months, the, level oki etorbil
sumer' prices 'bee atayeer,wi
two-tenthis 'of.1. per, eeat. ''''' r;4- ,'' t
The' department said Ithe eves I
age ,weekly;',:telte-home 'pay tot- IC
faCtory workeswith three, dePend
ents rose 'to180.138 in,AprIl;k-abottC t
50 cents n higherjball An Marche
largely because,. of a longer. work;
week and higher burly .wages.-4
' Both 'the? take 'honae pay anct
the buyingt poleerfof 4hei averagei
lactory ,,, worker:, ,bas increasett 1
about ,:101 per..eent,:. since Aprde
1958. ." 11
Analyzing -the -April' Tise, 'the
department -said the, cost -of, tear, .- 4
oline, tires, used -ears and autei i
insurance. increased,, Dealers: A
selling prices ,on new automeobiles 1,9
declined. L.,, "A t'tkv, 1 ,, ': l'I
e In 116''f"d ''gthtentegg- PrI4 ) I
es dropped to- e it,' owestjeve:
in 13 years whilevoffee prices deo
dined for the ',14th consecutivit ,,,
month. The cost of. meats, 'lishe 1
fruits and vegetables inereased.', : ,
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