The Panama American

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

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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Panama -- Panama

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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University of Florida
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AMES A. BRIGMAN, assistant -radiological: defense fitflce?, left
explains Oeiger jeouuter a Capt. Warner S.-Eodimont Marine
director of tl PanamA tTanal Company. -.The scene Is la the
CivU Defenee center'. Brigman ls uttember of the Engineering
and Conateucticm-Bureau.: 1 ., y lArmy Photo)

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EMPLOYES of the' Panami Canal Company are elnr evacuated after the "All clear" sounded this morning during. Operation
Alert 1959. The evacuees were transported to. "safe" areas In accordance' with pre-set plans to .handle atomic disasters in the

Canal Zone.

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All Atlantic-Side
Towns Presumed
Heavily Damaged

In an exercise testing the efficiency and function functioning
ing functioning of its Civil Defense organization, the Panama Canal
Zone today was subjected to a simulated nuclear blast by
a total war "enemy."
Terror, devastation and death were assumed to haye
struck the Atlantic side of the Panama Canal Zone at ap approximately
proximately approximately 9:15 this morning when a shattering nuclear
blast detonated near the Gatun Locks.
Military observers say the explosion took place at an
altitude of some 4000 feet and preliminary air reconnai reconnai-sance
sance reconnai-sance provisionally established the center, or Ground
Zero, of the blast at a point about two miles north of the
Gatun Locks.
First reports established that an area of a I'i-mjlt-radius
from the center, including the entire Gatun com-

munity, was devastated while panic and cbaos gripped tht

Atlantic side. ,

(Air Force Photo),

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Changes Neededf 6r Kea

A two-V&mliuir'- M'twu4. economic development got under way yesterday afternoon
at the Panama unlverlsty with : lengthy dissertation by Cepal economist Dr; Osvaldo Sunkel
0,1 tSSSSitSSSA UrM lathering m fa assembly haH (of the university's law
faculty by Pinanc Minister Fernando Eleta who presided over the seminar and ave a brief
"?SiuhtoS!u&tt structural andilnstitutional changes a're-bsolutely nec-
KPuin. l to raise its sUndard of living, wipe out unemployment and get greater

Ithy Economy

benefits. fromyits productive capacity

According to the Cepal report,

in oraer to nnance tne growing

need for goods and foreign capi capital,
tal, capital, efforts to cut down oiir imports
should be speeded considerably.

Sunkel referred to the changes
that were mentioned in the Cepal
report on Panama's economic de de-veiopment
veiopment de-veiopment :as;;nece ordet
to raise the standard of living at
a rate of 2 per cent annually over
the next ten years.
CZ Retail Stores
(losinn Saturday;

Other Days

nr panel fan retail stores

Raturrtav. May 30

In observance of Memorial Day,
It hat been announced br the
Supply and Community Service
Bureau. 'f '.;.'

in order1to-avoi4U, thrday
ihm, following schedules

nr rni Znnn retail stores will

apply for, the week of .June
through June (

u.ihna Oten' Monday. June

i. nind Wednesday. June 3.

'niihin Onen Wednesday June

oinsvii Monday. June 1.

'Gamboa Open-Monday, June
1; closed .Wednesday June 3.
Rainbow City w Open Monday,
June li closed Thursday, June 4
(Monday section open .Thursday).
Coco Solo Open Monday,
June 1; closed Thursday, June 4.
TWifffarifra. Cristobal and Parai-

o will onerate on Jheir- regular

work week, A ;'
Coco Solo Council
Registering Kids
For Summer Fun

The Coco Solo Civic Council has
announced that registration for
children. ages five through 18.
who wish to participate1 .in the Co Co-co
co Co-co Solo summer .recreation arts,

drafts and-sports' program will be
held Thursday ana Friday a the

Coco solo commissary.
All parents t of Coco Solo, Up

ham, France Field and Fort

Randolph are: urged to register

Foreign Ministry

Studies Shrimping

Ruling By CZ Court

The Panama Foreign -f Ministry

was reported today to be study studying
ing studying the case involving three Pa

nama fishing boats wnicn, were

fined In Balboa Magistrates Court
for poaching in Canal Zone wa

ters.

Statements were being taken

from the captains of the vessels,,

the report saw. so mat pie case
could be turned over to the For

eign Relations Council for study.

The captains ot we tnree ves vessels,
sels, vessels, Leonardo CaJihales, 41, Car

los A, Herrera, 22, and Salomon

Muftoz all pleaded giulty on

May 11 to a- charge of operating

their 50-foot shrimp boats unlaw
fuilv in Canal Zone waters.

i They were nnea siuo eacn Dy
Judee John E. Deming, but the

fine was suspended for one year,

The three boats--the Victoria,
tile Santa Maria and the Linita

were spottea ana ooaraea py

a Harbor Patrol crew while fish -ine
for shrimps in the shallow

waters near the Fort Amador

causeway.

Mrs, Ann Ward, 97,

Born In Slavery,
Dies In Her Sleep

WORCESTER Mass. : (UPI)

Mrs. A ries Ann' Ward, born in
lnvitrv in the second vear of the

Civil War, died yesterday. In her
sleep.
Mrs. War, 97, gained, fame
two years ago when she appeared
on the "Thii, Is Your Life" tele

vision program, during which she

several times toucnea we noor

In i brief resume f Panama's
development between 1945 and
195ft, Syntctl explained that Pa Panama's
nama's Panama's teonomie struetort w
not affected too drastieslly bV
the sudden reduction of Canal
Zone activities -which came at
the end of World War II.
Sunkel said this was due to the

fact that owing to the existing im import
port import restrictions during the war

years, doui puouc ana private
sources were able to accumulate
financial -reserves which allowed

for a slight upward trend during

the first few years of the war and

only a moderate drop in the suc succeeding
ceeding succeeding years.

The Cepal economist saw the

perspective for longtime future
growth as somewhat unfavorable
hut was generally optimistic on the
economic projections of the near
future based on the studios appli

cation of the recommendations
contained in the report on Pana

ma s economy.

Although there was extensive
surface damage to buildings, ve vehicles
hicles vehicles and rolling stock in the
Catn4j'U;fe.fc.iijreporU
sal r4ppe3o r.tr no
structural damage to the gates,
lock chambers or to the Gatun
Dam spillway at the mouth of
the Chagres River.
Rome cave-ins occurred near

the Canal channel in the blast a

LT COL. ARTHtft W. DODSON, tofts, explains the disaster situation to Lt. Gen. Ridgcly Gaither,
Commander la Chief, Caribbean, right, in, the join operations center at Quarry Heights during
Operation Alert 1959 this morning: JBrig. Gen. James W. Coutts, Chief of Staff (to the right of
Dodsonl and Mai. Harvey C. Jones, acting as liaison officer from the Canal Zone Government,,
-ln civilian clothes) listen to the summary. The joint operations center at Quarry Heights and
the Civil- Defensecenter, at Balboa Heights both went Into operation as soon as the alert be began.
gan. began. ; Components of Caribbean Command put their passive defense plans into effect and mobi mobilized
lized mobilized their itea; damage control fortes, prepared to assist In relieving disaster conditions
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RP Eledoral Board
Thanks Zone People

For

their children for a the i program, 1, with the tip of .her fingers, knees

'Which will be held wee days a
week from to' 11 a.m. July
through August 14.. v
The council also announced that
women volunteers for ( Supervising
and teaching in the arts and crafts
. program are needed. Interested
persons should telephone 36-623 r
36-424. riM:

unbent,"and "recited Ibe alphabet

backwards, for emcea Kaipn pa pa-wardst.'iiifvi'
wardst.'iiifvi' pa-wardst.'iiifvi' ii

She' was "bdrn New Year's Day
1862. in New Bern, N.C. She had
lived 60 years In .' Worcester.

which stlU M the home of

eight; of hei 18-children stil liv
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Appreciation for the cooperation
civen to Panama Electoral Board

representatives by Canal Zone
authorities and civic organiza

tions durina the time that cedu

las were processed in the Canal

zone was expressea oy isaias
Pinilla, president of the Panama

Electoral Board. In a letter to

T-aul M. Runnestfand, Canal ex

ecutive secretary.

The letter revealed that 1,400
residents of the Canal Zone took
advantage of the opportunity to

renew Panamanian citizenship ce

dulas when electoral, board equip

ment was set up in the Canal

Zone. This was in addition to 500

new applications for cedulaS,
"It is hoped," the letter stated
in part, "that other communities
follow the example set by you,
and that in showing the same
high civic spirit,', they cooperate
with this Board as enthusiastical enthusiastically,
ly, enthusiastically, so that the new processing of
cedulas may be a reality very
soon."
The processing of Canal Zone
residents desiring Panama citizen citizen-ship
ship citizen-ship cedulas took place during A-
ril on the Pacific side and In
lay on the Atlantic lid

Panarli Wniersity Students Declare

Against: 1. Red Links; 2. LL Annuity

He was declared as the stu students'
dents' students' as "Enemy No. 1 of edu education
cation education and the high ideals of
Panamanian youth."
It was recalled today that
Sucre'i predecessor, Education
Minister Victor N; Juliao, was
more br less forced out of his
post in response to student
demands after student disor disorders
ders disorders led to the death of about
10 persons In last May's rebel

lion.)

1 The students also voted to

Detltlon the Supreme Court to

review new scnooi regulations

issued last fall by Sucre. They

were Intended to limit stuaent

agitation.

The All-Panama Student Con

gress held "M tne university
during the weekend voted at
its plenary" session td disaffili

ate the Panama Htuaenw r ea ea-eratlon
eratlon ea-eratlon from ( the- Comiriuhlst Comiriuhlst-dominated
dominated Comiriuhlst-dominated International Stu Students
dents Students Union.
Independent and Christian
Democrat members forced the
issue to a winning vote against
a weji-organized bloc.

Another resolution recom-j
mending that Panama establish
commercial relations with So Soviet
viet Soviet Russia was' defeated by tne
same coalition. It had passed in
committee by a slim margin.
The Independent and
Christian Democrat spokes spokes-man
man spokes-man said that thoXstudent
struggle against Imperialism
does not mean friendship

with Communist Ideas or a a-geneies.
geneies. a-geneies. "-.'.v
But they stressed tliat Pan

amanians should stand firm In
their claims against the United

States.'. v.
They also came out for a,
bigger annuity from the Ca-
. nal and asked that the Unit United
ed United States pay "due respect"
to the clauses of ,-ixlsting
treaties. .:,

Minister Of Education Dr. Fred Mead. Georee Vieto, Jim

Carlos Sucre bore the brunK of Thompson Jr. or at the Columbus
the Congress' criticism. I Club, Balboa,

Patrol Car Attacked

Near Old Panama;
Guardsmen Seize 5

; Jim Session
"What' would be a nice thing to
give Jimmy Thompson, as a retire retirement
ment retirement present?" his Panama Canal
pals thought.
Something Jimmy would find
both useful and ornamental.
A party, they thought.
So that's what it will be. A gift gift-wrapped
wrapped gift-wrapped stag party 6 o'clock Fri Friday
day Friday nightin the Maintenance Divi Division
sion Division Yard in the Balboa Industrial

Area.
Tickets from Bill de la Mater,

Five teenagers were under ar-.
rest today on suspicion of kbeing
the group which last night, fired
on a passing radio patrol car
from ambush' near Old Panama;
The patrol car was fired upon

with revolvers and rifles from a
little knoll near the Old Panama

shanty town at around 11 p.m

last night. Neither of the two Na

tional Guardsmen in the caf was

iniured.

Several hours later, at around

4 a.m. today Secret Police detec

tives surrounded the are and
cantured first one. and later the

other four .teenagers, who are 1 1-dentified
dentified 1-dentified as Adolf o Perez, David
Vos Jr.. Franklin Miranda,

Charles Hllbert and Roberto

Grant.

Detectives said they conf'scat conf'scat-ed
ed conf'scat-ed one revolver and two rifles

(one Winchester and one wnii
telescopic sight).

Several days ago, another ra

dio patrol car was fired upon

rpB and lt was Dresumea

channel was temporarily blocked
to ocean-going vessels.
The raid alert signal shriek shrieked
ed shrieked throughout the Zona at 9
and within moments a well
drilled and widespread Civil
Defense network had already
gone into action at contral CD
headquarters In the lowor-lovel
shelter of Balboa Hoights.
Headed by Gov. William E.
Potter and CD Chief Philip L

Dade, the communication center
relayed orders to CD sector com
manders for emergency mobiliza
tion of teams at preselected
points throughout the Zone.
Within 10 minutes of the all all-clear
clear all-clear shortly after 9:30 .teams
began assembling at the old me mechanical
chanical mechanical division for rapid trans transport
port transport to the disaster area.
First teams moved within 20
mlniiu. and totalled mora

than 200 parsons, included do do-contamination,
contamination, do-contamination, medical and lit litter
ter litter teams, police, fir and am ambulance
bulance ambulance equipment, refugee nd
casualty station teams.
As the busloads sped to the At

lantic side, Bolivar Highway was

still blocked, but apparently us

able, and reports were oeginmng
to filter into CD- headquarters
communications and into Carib Caribbean,
bean, Caribbean, Command tunnelled Com

mand FOst at wuarry neiguts.
Two ocean-going vessels were

reported sinking north of iatun
Locks, the SS Prioneer Moor and

Free State, one oi tnem in Dan Danger
ger Danger of blocking the channel itself.
1 TJnm tvin M&rzarlta and Rain

bow City communities suffered
heavy damage and In Cristobal
on Pninn moat windows have

7 . I. A

been shattered ana

fires werd reportea.

The Cnstohai teiepnoue ex

change Is out of service as

the cable connecting unaiuuiu
to Gamboa.

Ft, Davis and rt. uunc
have both reported heavy sur surface
face surface damaee, especially to

- wood structures. Fires rage at

both military installations.
The Mindi Dairy has disap

peared. But it is still too early
f ii- .,11 nwfAnt nf

Hlfflltf

Military aumorilies ai me

cmnrrv Heisrhts command post

estimate the foice of the blast
at 25 times that of either the
Nagasaki or Hiroshima atomic

explosion.

Even as uivn ueicnse iwmw

hneii to the disaster scene.

Quarry neignw uuwuut
before 10 am it had effected
the Canal Zone military pas

sive defense plan ana was

mobilizing area Damage con control
trol control Forces In support of Civil
Defense efforts.
A second Air Force recon reconnaissance
naissance reconnaissance plane reported by
radio that Bolivar Highway

could be opened before noon
and the information flashed

workers had already been prt-';
sumed mobilized for disaster.-

and casualty work,. v
i' .'.I' Ttf'u; ...ill At 1 ".'

' Ace&tdW'ttrdO ieaaWr for'

tne nrst disaster area control:
point, comprising ataff control
refugee and casualty stations,
and parking, marshalling and
decontamination areas were In

i operation around midday.

frm the same spot as last night's through th .CD '"SS
attemmed ambush. I More than 2000 Civil DeienseHeigm.

Meanwhile across the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus police and fire-fighting
furies were assumed to have
ainady gone into action in a
first attempt to control rag raging
ing raging fires and quell panic. CD
mobilization units in other,
areas were standing by for
access through Bolivar High Highway.
way. Highway. At Gorgas Hospital more than
700 additional beds were muster mustered
ed mustered after preliminary report
conflicted over the extent ot
damage to Coco Solo Hospital.
Throughout the Isthmus, ex excepting
cepting excepting the disaster aiea, ten tension
sion tension was high, awaiting first firsthand
hand firsthand reports from CD control
units.
No, it didn't happen. But it :
could. And in actual terror
destruction and death the
reality would challenge the
human imagination, even a
morbidly active Imagination.
At the Balboa mobilization
point for CivU Defense teamg
assembly was brisk-, and order
ly. Across the shed art a locker
wall hung a large COT Defense
identiflca tion sign, reading
"Burial and Graves Registra Registration."
tion." Registration." A chilling thought.
US Observers

Impressed By
Seriousness
Observers from the U. S. Thlr4

Region headquarters, Office of Ci
vil Defense and Mobilization, who
journeyed to the Canal Zone to sea
today's simulated attack and alert
drill carried out, both commented
on the quiet seriousness and speed
with which the civilian volunteers
did their assigned tasks. 4
Robert D. Morgan, director of
tests, and Harold G. Drake, re regional
gional regional plans and operations officer, :
arrived yesterday to see the de

fense test in action,. Third Region
headquarters is at Thorn as villa,
Ga., and in addition to the south s
eastern states the office's jurisdie
tion covers Puerto Rico, Virgin)
Island and the Canal Zone.

The pair also expect to study.

in an advisory capacity, the plana"
and procedures of the Canal Zone
Civil Defense setup.

Both Morgan and Drake said
they were impressed with the real
ism of the test, and with the. attU -tude
of those participating, from
Gov. William E. Potter on down
to volunteer litter-bearers. ,
They will also participate In as
official critique of today's te.t, f

be held tomorrow , w tUlbea

attempted ambush.

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bilities of such power in what -.4,4. ---
thlaemilicoamrtitittheet; thili htearinyegars talked t Kert about voting against
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'' Sir: are called the four Teamster
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bewars enfot
Conferences. These are geographic s ..'
of last year, and:laid he needed reillyersire,tmoaruayttieBoblot!oAmnLedmttrweirsoscenS,trahseekuedhsslan:rdo
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With much interest, I followed the Cepa' reports in yout paper sectorsin the Western 0:infer- -'
I. ; '' ,::' !: ::-r ..::--' : time to study3belreluminous ree,; drawled,
,t '.me.".
one 'D'e-inni:-;;t'',1,:,-Is' ".Br'';Ittill" 0
'' and the other English language daily. I also read some of the cov- ence headquartered in San Fran-
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, erage in the Spanish papers, little as it was. Besides this, Vattended cisco, the Southern Conference ,
f Voc'uteldtbYroSutrkaunoswe
several of tne sessions. centered in Dallas, the Central I C ornds."
. 'COW StaOs hive been mighty good
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R opgienrasn yof
My interest in the proceedings was not trivial or abstrak AnY States Conference in St. Louts, ,,,
moves that help or hurt the economy of Panama or that of the and the Eastern Conference in
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'' '''-'''', of BrooklyenliDeewiarevmnetern;to'Mein:'"g:ire't:eller:a: ''', .-t- h-os- e,livichtioo,,n-'hs':v',...'e,r,e'w:-na;t-'h'-:,;,eurd',phrii'sme-:
',, United Stater, affect my pocketbook. ''' Washington, D,C. ,,,,. ,
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subsidiary WesterCtlectnir- 'kild roo:Tihinriees4:Kob jieec.,retbr-Me''wviDuouG.
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IlDregthedocbriamtstlin vieete,tpotileingtb. thhel rt.eneno!rt. ;IC,. iii's
hmulastlitimntliounri.oduouslayr haporcksktag! blaorir eal
' Paul Prehisch of Argentina kept saying, a common market, even if means "council." Beck then .. ;.4.,,. I
de l'''"41:1ct'VtEfle
lie edd bcp eet inn 1. en tpi tua pn y t I It h. :
' successful. is not going to solve all of Latin America's business and thought that the first move to- t..... ,.;,, IL., 4,4.
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American Tei anhgdteiTbyert;ItehlWriDtbee:am,'-le.s
economic problems. ward power should be to get ail
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, What I found lacking in the conference was a down-to-earth the locals in a Conference to or- 121AI -.01' ?AL .4 ..,,, .-....iti.. ..;...,..... 'Illati ith .30
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underemployed. or having no jobs at all in the commercial sense. Each local would try to sign I NEA Service, Inc.411,,,q41:4P,V4.04r ...--- .,,,- v,-,,,.......4....1p,-,. --,;,,,,y.,..,,,,,,,.;,,p...,..
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HIGHER WAGES NEEDED

Sir:

With much interest, I followed the Cepa' reports in ymir paper
and the other English language daily. I also read some of the cov coverage
erage coverage in the Spanish papers, little as it was. Besides this, Vattended
several of the sessions.
My interest in the proceedings was not trivial or. abstract. Any
moves that help or hurt the economy of Panama or that of the
United Stater, affect my pocketbook.
This conference should help. I think it will, But as the dYnamic
Paul Prehisch of Argentina kept saying, a common market, even if
successful. is not going to solve all of Latin America's business and
economic problems.
' What I found lacking in the conference was a down-to-earth
realization on the part of the delegates and -the countries who sent
them of a couple of cardinal points in this business of developing the
under-developecr countries.
. There NIBS heavy talk of loans and investments, especially as
a means toward improving the lot of "our people" described as
underemployed, or having no jobs at all in the commercial sense.
There were plans for education, for training of technicians and la laborers,
borers, laborers, and now a-nd again thatre was a hint that the member WW1-
tries "should build up their domestic markets." Now. Alyhar,does
mean?
It means putting purchasing power in the hands of labor both
farm and urban that will permit them to purchase a reasonable
modicum of the good, clothing, stores, homes and radios.that all thiS
"deVelopment" must sell if it is going toIlif off. t
But at no point in the conference did I hear of any delegate being
so bold s3 to come out and say Latin America is going to have to
raise wages if it creates the buying market which is a determining
favor in the healthy economy of the developed countries.
Not once did I hear anybody saybody say that percentage mark markup
up markup between cost of production and sales price is going to have to
shrink in proportion as labor gets a better cut. The present habit of
just raising prices is not going to work, for long. in the industrial
and intmsely agricultural environment Latin America. wants ,to have.
There were a few hints about tax reforms, but no real recogni recognition
tion recognition that a greater part of each national government's budget is go going
ing going to have to come from income taxes when the backward coun countries
tries countries develop.
It seems to me that what much of Latin. America hopes for is a
Atilatsnued influx of capital that will enable them to go on operating
.largely along their present lines of sliehtly modified feudalism in
.respects' to wages. markups, profits and taxes.
This is not true of all Latin American countries. Some have
.'made a !ARM toward doing what has to be done by any developed
country, take Sweden. Belgium, Holland and Switzerland as illustra illustra;bons,
;bons, illustra;bons, to leave out the larger democracies.
hope,the Cepal people get down to work on these clear is is;sues
;sues is;sues instead of Just skirting around them. Fair profits .are essential
for the heslth of any business. I'm all in favor of them. But some
ekinges in the Latin American blisinessman's concept of "fair" are
,going to he needed if the cOuntries at large want to get themselves
developed.
Amateur Economist.

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Crede Calhoun aired a lot of one-sided views on your edi editorial
torial editorial page Sunday May 17. Crede doesn't put his countrv'S in interests
terests interests first, but is a Democrat right or wrong.
He wrote: "the decisions they (FDR and HST) made shaped
the very world we live in today." I accept this statement un unteservedly.
teservedly. unteservedly. The. chaotic condition of the world todav can be
plamed mostly on "'DR, and pr,'Iv on HST:Consider these facts:
, 1. At the time FDR became President of the United States
to country in the world had diplomatic relations with Russia.
When FDR established diplomatic relations between the US and
"tussle. the other countries of the world followed suit.
t 2. FDR tried to pack the Supreme Court with men of his
pwnchoosing; to do his bidding.
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, 3. FDR took the US off the gold stindard, bringing upon us
the era of cheap monev.
.
4. FDR tried to purge Seators Walter George of Georgia
and Millard Tydings of Maryland because they were neither ves
pien nor rubber stamper&
',.
'414'At. Five men close to FDR knew of the imminence of the Jan
attack at Pearl Harbor. but kept quiet. As a result 3000 or more
US'aervicemen lost their lives, and the Navy was crionled. 80111e 80111eOne
One 80111eOne should be charged with murder for permitting this to hap happen.
pen. happen. The Pearl Harbor attack was accepted as the price of get-
ting us into the war. Hence references to a Japanese "act of
Infamy" should be coupled with mentiop of an act'of treacherv
,
OM our side. e ,,,
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7, 6. "'DR issued an executive order forbidding any commis commislioned
lioned commislioned officer to testify at the Senate's farcical Investigation
Into the PeariHarbor attack. This was Hitlerism, IIrst class.
11
i. 7. MR, at one of his meetings with Stalin, asked that the
Polish government-in-exile in England be allowed to return to
Poland. Stalin asked why. FDR told him: "There are six million
Polish votes in America, and I need them."
i, 8. FDR made the deal with Stalin whereby the US forces 1
Swould be held back so that the Russians might have the honor
of occupying Berlin. As a result of this decision, today we find
,aurselves facing the threat of another terriple;,var. ,,,' :;.'
1,.1
44 a. One of "'DR's sons supported Ike lott:,e1 tiqn. 'peek are
tany reasons why FDR himself should he4r aye ,fisen c011-
aiered for President. His record as govetnor o NeW York wfts
enough to disqualify him from leading the US.
; 10. FDR made the deal undet which Stalin's forces occupied
Korea north of the 38th parallel.
,.
'A, Now for my indictments of HST: ,
,
,
1.
1. I'll admit he had pltenty of guts, but that is not enough.
,
2. HST was a personal friend of Kansas City's Boss Pender Pendertest,
test, Pendertest, a Federal law violator who dealt in all kinds of rotten pol politics
itics politics and shady deals.
4, 3. HST used an official plane and official time fo pav his
linal respeets at Pendergast's funeral. Alter the ,criminal had
(lied in a Federal prison.
4. HST removed the Federal judge who sentenced Pender Pendergast
gast Pendergast to Jail.
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5. HST spent several vacations at Kev West naval base,
i 6. HST called Drew Pearson an so.b.
.t 7. After a newspaperman criticized his daughter Margaret'S
tinging, HST wrote threatening the critic: "If we ever meet I
1,111 twnch vou in the nose." ,,
'' 8. Items 6 and 7 in this list amount to debasing the high highest
est highest office in the world.

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',,,4 9. HST gave MacArthur a job to do in Korea. then tied biz
bands at the 38th parallel.
10. HST's removal of MacArthur was and is a lousy thing
18 do. HST was out to kill any political aspirations MacArthur
,scay have had. HST wits supported in this by Generals Omar
rrtahrtiuery aanndd ieGaeloourgae olr ahrisahablrillibiaontht mcairleitearry mear
c. 'Amr ti 718 u r 41 aMu oa et ;
, There is no substitute for victory" will rank along with such
bther US classics as "Don't give up the ship" and "Damn the
torpedoes, full speed ahead.!'
I could go on and on extending this catalog of the short short:
: short: omings of MR and HST.
.
A
, Instead of loosing off long-range salvos at the present ad

,
I Instead of loosing off long-range salvos at the present ad adIrdnistration
Irdnistration adIrdnistration in Washington, with part.ieular attention to Vice Vicepresident
president Vicepresident Richard M. Nixon. whv doesn't, Crede trv some short short,.
,. short,. ange criticism of the local scene,
Or at least let him state both sides of the issues be dis disi
i disi used.
Well InformedA

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Labor News
And
Comments

By VICTOR RIESEL
Here is the inside storrvi Jim
Hotta s swasnbucenng step-BY-etep
strategy tor controt ot the na nation's
tion's nation's transportation on, the land,
m the airand by the seas.
in the worm ot Jimmie H. east
may be east and west may be
west but the twain shall meet
witnin the next two yearslaced
together by a network of hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of Teamster locals domi dominating
nating dominating not only the nation's trans transport
port transport but every essential service
trom bread making to food rais raising.
ing. raising. Actually the stratagem nes
dreamed up by a man called
Dave Beck, now awaiting new
tax probes. Beck saw the possi possibilities
bilities possibilities of such power in what
are called the four Teamster
Conferences. These are geographic
sectorsin the Western Oilier Oilierence
ence Oilierence headquartered in San Fran Francisco,
cisco, Francisco, the Southern Conference
centered in Dallas, the Central
States Conference in St. Lome,
and the Eastern Conference in
Washington, D.C.
The word "confeeence"
means "council." Beck then
thought that the first move to toward
ward toward power should be to get all
the locals in a Conference to or organize
ganize organize special groupingsall milk
delivery locals in the area in one
group, all bakery drivers in an another,
other, another, all construction material
haulers in another, etc.
Each local would try to sign
contracts with its employers end ending
ing ending on a common date. And it
possible, all groupings would try
to have their contracts end at
the same time.
Once this was accomplished in inside
side inside a geographical sector, then
each conference would 'try its
contract ekplration dates with the
others. Thus the Western States
could be linked with the Central
States and then the Southern
States and then the Ea stern
Sta tes.
If successful, you could some
day see all Teamster contracts
covering long distance, over-theroad
trucking end on the eame
date in all parts of the U S.
These contracts also could be
timed to expire at the same time
that the local hauling contracts
run out.
If there were no contracts
there would simply be no work.
No. wheels would turn. And no
employer could sue any Team Teamster
ster Teamster local because no contract
would be violated.
This takes some doing. even
for Superman. So "area commit committees"
tees" committees" were set up to coordinate
the terminations. Then Beck ran
head on into one force called the
Internal Revenue Service and an another
other another by the name of Jim Hoffa.
When Hoffa took over from the
man with., the gray flanr
tongue, JiMmie Ovised the
nion constitution. That wes
the Teamsters' Miami Beach cc
vention in October '57.
At that clambake Hoffa was
ch a irm a n of the Constitution
Committee. He saw to it thet
the. doctiment read very plainlY
indeed that ell locals must iOin
all area Conferences.
And, says Jimmie's constitu constitution:
tion: constitution: "They (these groupings) shall
be at all times subiect to the su supervision
pervision supervision and control of the In International
ternational International Union and they shall
function under rules laid down
hy and bv-laws aporove,1 by the
General Executive ,Board."
You dnn't need a meeting of
Perry Mason. Nero Wolfe and
Mike Hammer to know who con controls
trols controls the General Ex xecut v e
Bes rd.
For some eight months after
that convention Jimmie did little
but out shadow box the govern government.
ment. government. Then exactly 11 months a
go he was cleared of a Federal
wire-tapping. charge. He walked
down, th,e courtroom gees and
told his prime administrator, Ha Harold
rold Harold Gibbons, that he Would take
no vacation.
They were ready to move.
They activated the area commit committees.
tees. committees. They roved the nation, call calling
ing calling meetings and talking ebout
the contracts. ney wrote to all
locals asking for the dates of
expiration of all contracts. They
began coordinsting the data.
They prepared for The DayDer
Tag,
Der -Tag was uppermost in
Timmie's mind when he sooke
in Brownsville, Texas. the oth'r
de v of a netional general strike
which woUld "straighten out all
erenlovers onee end for ell."
That's bold talk. But Jim Hof
fa has bold plans.
' The North American mink
is a large, dark-brown weasel
, with a hairy' tail and often a
, white spot on its throat or
chest. Male minks are about
,20 to 30 inches long, including
a seven-to-nine-inch tail. The
mink has from Ave to eight
ykung, born in the spring. Tim
father helps care for and feed
them until fall, when the fam family
ily family break, up and individuals
go separate ways.
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Celebs About Town: Danny
Kaye, the "Five Pennies" star,
jay-walking across The Avenue of
the Americas and 53rd as Ulan,
dodges him. Love that blue trench
coat and tweed millinery, a la
Rex Harrison Anna Magnani,
the Italian movie star, acioring
"The Nervous Set" (about the
Beat Generation) and then accent accenting:
ing: accenting: "I don't gaddit!" Suzy
Parker parking her celebrated
chassis on the Park Avenue
marble bench of the Seagram
Bldg. plaza between scenes of her
latest film. Actor Pat Hingle,
who had to resign from the Pulit Pulitzer
zer Pulitzer Prize Play "JB" after his
accident, sunning himself in the
park. Kobert Taylor getting the
Eye from femme passerby in a
Broadway stroll Reginald Den Denny,
ny, Denny, top-flight actor, reviving the
2-step with his lovely daughter De Deborah
borah Deborah on the Pierrt COB lion floor
4 Mrs. FrankiSihatra and daugh daughter
ter daughter Nancy in town after a long
sp2II. Nancy, Jr's most vdent
suitor, Coaster Jack McGimity,
flew in on the next plane.
Sallies In Our Alley: Some of us
were discussing Errol Flynn's au autobiography
tobiography autobiography and the author's state statement
ment statement that he didn't want it to
sound like the Kinsey Report. "Af "After
ter "After all," said Our Hero, "it is
my life story". ...Well," well'd
a wag, "why not call it The Flyri Flyrisney
sney Flyrisney Report?". ."Why are they
called 'Emmy'?" inquired a
Square. ."Emmy," was the re reply,
ply, reply, "from Erimyteur!"
Midtown Vignette: G-Man
Edgar Hbover was Clara Lindr'sl
favorite American Govern-.
ment She adthired and' resputt,
ed him so much that a photograph
of President Eisenhower decorat
ing the FBI chief is prominently,
displayed in the window of Lin Lincly's
cly's Lincly's Restaurant. Mr. Hoover
and his chief aide, Clyde TO1Son,
feasted there on weekends a lot
of the time.. She often said how.
proud their presence made her
feel. "Little nobodies like us," she
once said, "but Mr. Hooverhonon
us by coming to our place"-,
At the services for Clare the other
day the chapel was crowded with
stars, chefs, dishwashers, bus busboys,
boys, busboys, waiters, captains and 'pa 'patrons.
trons. 'patrons. Standing (with his wife)
in the rear was an F.B.I. Agent
.0n his day oft .Representing
G-Men. .To honor Clara Lindy,
an American noblewgman.
,
Memos of a Midnighter: Latin,
Lovers Special: Maureen O'Hara
and Enrique Perarra, wealthy,
Mexican barrister, hand-holding
st the Latin Q; Jaimie Roche, the
Venezuelan oilionaire. and, ge ge1
1 ge1 treem Carol Raines neeltin'- like'
' mad at Erika's and Chilean tia
'ycoon Enrique. Latay is shower showering
ing showering batibles on ,Julia of parvail
and Julia, the adagio stars..
Don't invite Geor"ge Jesse' ano co comic
mic comic Sid Gould to the same cliff.1
Gould allgedly said something'
that offended Jesse,. He didn't
know he was out front at the'ln-1
ternational Cafe. Jesse!, grebbed
Itage mike to defend himself.. Told
of his work for Israel, etc. Got a
laig hand...Don't send flahrs to
Ethel Merman, opening in "Gyn "Gynay"
ay" "Gynay" tomorrow eve. She's allergic
to them.
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- 0 ..-,--
get him everywhere except the
2nd floor of the Young Women's
Christian Ass'n". ."Is he a booz boozer?
er? boozer? If Marilyn Monroe suddenly
started walking arong the top of
this bar and kicked over his drink,
he'd kill her!". ."Go ahead and
envy Eddie Fisher. Me, I'm a
happy man with none of his pro problems".
blems". problems". .11 worked hard and
saved money all nay life to send
my kids to oollge and what 110-
pens? I spenct it sending them to
psychiatrists!"
Broadway Table Talk: "My
Fair Lady" understudy Lola
Fisher (who has played the lead
scads of times) is the leading Ist13'
in actor-model George Kane's
life. Ernest Taylor's wife, Faye
Richmond, died in Phi Ily recently.
He married Mary Hope the other
day. .Pat Clark, once one of
the prettiest starlets in H'wood.
and husband James Phillips .(of
Wall Street) expect an ..'imate
about June 8th. .George DeWitt
was decorated by the Italian
Gov't (here) yesterday. For serv servlees
lees servlees to that natin's needy.
Maestro Bob Scobey (of the
seonbeettobee set) and beauteous
airline stewardess-Judy Weir. are
Way Out. Don't invite theater
magnate Rol.ert W. Dowling tine
"Bolshol Pallet" imoresario Sol
Hurok to thccome !tier. Doers
doll Elaine Malbin has warned a
teevee producer that she will have
the fllre him int,o the nearest
clink if he makes just one more
obscene suggestion to her.
Show Biz Novelet: RCA-Victor
signed Xay Starr, luring het away
from 'Capitol Rec,ords witn, a
litharariteeof $250,000 for 5 yearS
plus pledges of teevee. That was
412 years ago. .Kay quit Capitol
after 10 successful years with
that firm to swallow the bait.
But' nothing much happened- Tor
four lean years after her initial
Smash hit (for RCA-Victor) "Rock
and-Roll. Waite. .They found
thernaelves in the red wIth her to
the tune of almost $200,000. telte teltetently,
tently, teltetently, Miss Starr requested her
released and got it. She re reslimed
slimed reslimed with Capitol. ..Two tveeks
ago RCA unveiled' her last waffie
Or them. is -on the way io
becoming At colOssal click.,', .The
swag is "Only LOIS Me,'I elltitl elltitling
ing elltitling charts. ,'
Stage Door: Dolores Gray,: star
of "Destry Aides, Again," went
stagS kfter an impacted wisdOm
tooth had beetr jerked. She romp romped
ed romped through till performance in
great pain trying to plaY ,the role
with her Oen: face tiplitsget
Apparently; there is no d4arth
Stripbera 01,Pr 200 anolled the
six peeler, parts in "Gypiy".
Rich Is Befter Dept: Oscar '116-
1M4Ilta ot 'Rashomott" and his
wife. loan TetteL have, Mart Martments
ments Martments Berne: London, Pam.,
Florence, IV ood and. here. He
once owned a Castle in Buchares4
so vou can see hniv some peOPle
suffer. .Persian Roofft,,star Jaq
WHAT'S IN A NAME?
CRAWLEY, England (UPI)
Claude Goodchild decided yester
day it was time to change the
of his cottage, "The Open Door,"
after it was burgH Saturda)
night for the fourth time,
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Morgan also books talent for the
Kenneburikport Playhouse, own owned
ed owned by her idn and self. They've
signed Joan Fontaine and Talu
Bankhead for the Summer.
The 3 Stooges, washed up in show
biz until tet vee brought them
'back may inherit a June life
mag cover.
Manhattan Murals: The only fe female
male female door "man" in town (Rona
Leveln) at the chic Le Valois, a
French restaurant, near Madison
and 58th. .The greetings card
shop on Madison.. in the 60s which
includes cards for "Ex-Wile," Ex ExHusband".
Husband". ExHusband". .The West 43rd re record
cord record shop with a fierce gorilla (in
the window) carrying off a lovely
lass. Captibn: "Are you giving
your wife the companionship she
craves?"
For the not-Too-Choosy: Bob
Hope's new film, "Alias Jesse
James,;,"hiqk josh,es the We0-
erns.-4 .Ruby,Kayl sdnfbeltidg
at a Lakewood spot. Johnny
Martel's jazz recordings. His pia piano
no piano art can be heard at the Clas Classic
sic Classic Room on 3rd and 49th.
Slugger Ann's Saloon, opp. The
Phoenix Theater at 2nd and 12th.
The proPrietor got the Pet name
when she. was a taxi-under on
B'way and had to put two sassy
sailors to sleep.
Sounds in the Night: At The
Lobster: "You're the sweetest
guy in the world. I'd marry 3 ou
tomorrow. But there's this dress
sale". .At Cale St. Dennis:
"He'd be a Very rich man if he
just had the money he owes".
At the Envoy: "It's a case of
incompatibility. His girl friend
can't stand 'his wife!". .At The
priginal Mario's: "TV is great if
you happen to be a horse". .A
Johnny's Keyboard: "She's all
yours. The only thing I ever got
from her was tired."
DAILY
MEDITATION
Presented by the Department
of Christian Education of the
piscepal Church in the Mission.
ary Diocese of the Panama Can
al ,Zone.)
, DISEASE
"The 4whole,head is sick, ppd
, the whole heart faint."
Chaptere-'one' gives four items
in Isaiah's 4flagnosis of his pea pea!pie.
!pie. pea!pie. The first is disease. It is an
:apt description for a, nation-which'
1 wasJon,,the verge of death. The
'people bad despised the Holy One
lnd Aber. was no health left In
them.
Holiness, wholeness and health'
eome,from the same English root.
tut there is a relation in life as
'well as in language. That man or
nation only is healthy who is s
whole being and such wholeness is
lossible ohly when real;ce our
clenendence upon the holy dod.
Test tour nation and ourselves
by that yardstick. As a people we
are, beset by racial. social and
.conomic dislocations which dis-'
tUrbpur 'national health. And yet
the, Mate' is the product of Our
individual sicknesses.
Jt is to unnecesary. The remedy
'a 'at hand. It is to turn bgek to
tht God whom we have deler4e4.
-Oen the animal says Isaiah,
know to whom they belong.
CRASH KILLS FOUR
:', AARHUS. Denmark (UM
Inembers.of family of five
were' wipted out yesterday when
their cot was smtiheti bItql by
I speeding train. Mailman Elmar
Christiansen,' 32, ignored flashing
reel:lights at a grade crosSing
herd' tai.nd drove lit, front of the
train. Christiansen, his wife and
two daughters, aged (I and 4, were
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wAsHINGToilt ti."7::;;V7er
weeks tnereli'
attar, ine.cie:the ,,A01.1ait- A metal,
Committee to -pigeonhole a-, nyna,-,
mite-laden 'report. on the world's
biggest utility, AmericaoAelephont
anu Telegraph.,
l'hree gongressmen ,and
one Democrat have Peen sitting,en
the report. Theyldidn't Bay so to
so many woras, but it was obviOns
from their ItetiO411 ,that most of
them didn't want the report on A-,
merican and Tel wire-pulling
to get to the general public.
The three Republicans who sat
on the report are: William. McCtd,
loch of Ohlo,'William2. -Miller of
New York, ti.V.ellknown friend of'
the public Utillties;'..and George,.
Meader of MiChigan; Meade r:
however, has only been a mem,:
ber of the committee this year
was not familiar 4vith the hearings
of last year, and laid he needed
time to studtihe4bluminous rec,"
ords.
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Rogers of Deaver.
Finally chairman Manny' Ciller:
of Brooklyn went to Rogers end,',
urged him to vote with bit Milo
Democrats in getting the report
to the public. pointed,out ,that,
American Tel and.'Ter..'with,
subsidiary Western.; tlecinic,
been guilty of flagrant. ',antitrust
violation and had used all-sorta di
wire,pulling to get their case,
which was brought by the Demo Democrats,
crats, Democrats, settledtt inside the Jutic
Department 4y1 the Republicans...
At first Beget wouldn't liudit.
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Finally Cellerlzit tough.
"You're4ready in trouble back
in Denver -wit,,if; these people on
your payrolLwho don't seem to
be doing inn work," Celler.
warned: "kwOuldn't advise you to'
get in virrqrtratly further."
Finally. Celler got his report re released.
leased. released. Manny is guarding its con contents
tents contents as if it contained the sec secrets
rets secrets of the hydrogen bomb.
However.' this column can re
veal that it is a 350-pago document
which takes the hide off American
Tel and its subsidiary 'West
ern Electric, Attorney ''General
Herbert Brownell, T: Brooke Price.
coonsel for A T. Rnd T.. together
with Bayard F. Pope, president of
the Merine Midland Corporation of
New York! tor flagrant lobbying
and antitrust fixing:' t
The report tells 'ofr neeret k kings
ings kings between Brownell (thew At Attorney
torney Attorney General). Pope and -Prit
in the Ststier Hotel in Washingto,
and the Greenbrier Hotel in White
Stilnhur Springs. W. Va.
Pope lAa membot-or the nxerti nxertifive
five nxertifive COM ittee of- the'New;':York
Telephone Coinnbriy1 tilsrl' a';diret a';direttor
tor a';direttor of the Statler Hotel& clenator
Keating. New York Ronublican' a
goodfriend of New York's COn COneressm
eressm COneressm an Miller who sat on the
report. Is 14, direetoroOf tine of
-One of PlOpOsa wattikitijmunocarl,
As a resultwatithetoseettetvenfabS:
the Justice Denartment drooded
its case against Western rlertric
and A. T. and T. with a milk-and
wator consent decree.
The man who negotiated the
censent decree '101r Brownell was
-Edward A. Foote, the:.JustiOn'De the:.JustiOn'Denartmentt
nartmentt the:.JustiOn'Denartmentt attorney -who: later miss
fired for having a ronflict of' in-ereetnemelY.
buyine stork in
Warren Petroleum at the time his
office was nassing on its merger
with Gulf 0;1.
NoteA. T. ,and.: stock
spFt three .tor one .next inonlit in
a record-breaking dividend which
when announced last winter sent
its stock up $23 a share in one
day.
WEALTHIEsT SENATOR
Big Bob Kerr, the. richest maw
on Capitol Hill. (his nersonal for fortune
tune fortune is rated at a COot S35.000.000),
is haying the seat of his pants
scorched hy a grass-roots rebel rebellion
lion rebellion in Oklahoma..-,
Inside word is tha,t the. Sooner
Stale'a attractive, Skyear-old,,Gov,
erner, Howard Edmondson,. or his
brother. Rep. Edmondson, will
tackle Kerr next year.
Reason for the revolt is that,
Kerr, whose booming voice keY
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'the' -reeV:Ahet'.. bit4ole,,14174a the
vest; poeleV OLlezeretat3; the
treiiitst itatieelott or Its',
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sat senhoWer, administratibigthst the
rco. Democrats won't be 'able to push
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id of sure to line up' will' Harr B3rrd
crergret: bolloykirganiniya eahnadngtebse. Ittepu, bl;rli an s ,te
nerc And when Demcrat leaders
year talked to Kert about voting against
rings confirmation of Lewis Strauss for
keded Secretary of Commeroc, he bland.
rec- drawled, "I'd like to help you
,,,,z ys, but Bob Anderson asked me
, -,,,,' vote for Strauss,-and I told hint
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'Rerr's actions are no surprise
to:those who 'have- watched him
hustling furiously backstage for a
multimillion,dollar pork- barrel
project 1)which 'would benefit the
booming 'Kerr-MeGee Company.
This 'project would Open up the
Arkansas River to navigation from
the Mississippi to Tulsa, Kerr-MeCiter
bas been. quietlybuying up
"thousands '4-gert.0 Nand in tip tip:Plitt'
:Plitt' tip:Plitt' Cothrt4 :Clitlahorna: ''t which
borders on the-Arkansas River
project, in anticipation of a giant
industrial boom.
, The Senator himself is building
la' "half.million-dollat mansion ill
this area.
' BLISTERING COURT
,
An attack on the U.. Suprema
Court that would have made a
front-page sizzler was finally delet deleted
ed deleted from a House .Appropriations
Comznittee report the other day
after Congressmon John Shelley,
Californis Democrat, raised cam
behind closed doors.
Shelley threatened' to verite a
blistering minority report of 'lila
tiwn if Democratic Rep., George
Andrews of Alaboroa, qhairman of
ri subcommittee, on general Gov Government
ernment Government Mattel arid Republican
-Congreesmon John Taber of New
York didn't tone down the anti antiCourt
Court antiCourt diatribe.
, The torrid document was almeil ,-
at the Courtls refusal,to uphold 4
93'ortier by the ,Stibversive Ae-
tivities Control Roard requiring
the .registration of ilte,Communist
party and other subversive groups
under the McCarron Internal Sec Security
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i tfainm state littitck on" the SO SOpreme
preme SOpreme Court," Shelley told his
committee colleagues. "ft is both
improper and irresponsible. We
on this committee are supposel
to deal with dollors, not personal
'Oplinion4 'on,' questions of law so
determined' by 'the' Judicial branch
of Our tsiernment
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test. protest. Andrews conceded tbat ths
criticism of the SuPreme Conti
was "too severe" and ordered Ail
committee's itoffn, to change OP
lOnguage.
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By DICK KLEINER
NEW YORK(NEA) Frankie
Laine, the actor, is really serious
about this mew career of his
"I want something different,"
he says. "How much variety rEn
there be in singing pop songs?"'
His acting career got started,
vaguely, a few years ago. Ld InC,
press agent Sid Garfield and this
writer were having lunch one day
when Kaye Ballard came along.
She mentioned that there was a
part in a new musical she was
rehearsing; "Poeuben, Reubeu,"
yhich would fit Frankie. Even Eventually
tually Eventually he read for the part and
turned it down (he didn't like ais
songsand the musical never rca
ed Broadway), but the acting bug
had bitten.
"I kept after my agency,'' Fran Franlie
lie Franlie says, 'ibut they wouldn't get
me any parts. So I got some my myself.
self. myself. I did a Perry Mason and I've
done a Rawhide and a 77 Sunset
lb' fp lhatThatieril been released
yet.
"I like acting. 'Its a challenge.
After all, I've done everything else.
And I'd still like to take a track
at Broadway."
, He's branching. put in other
ways, too. Albums, for one thing.
In 1958, for the first time, hLs al albums
bums albums outsold his singles.
"So I'm concentrating on them,"
be says. "I still make singles, but
I'm doing more thinking about al albums.
bums. albums. I have to come up with my
own ideas, because the record
business has become less perso personalized.
nalized. personalized. In the old days, Mitch
Miller, my boss at Columbia,
would call me three times a week.
Now, maybe he calls me once in
three months.
"So I bring bim, a whole idea
for an albumthe package, from
idea to arrangements to orchestra
and even promotional gimmicks.
Like my coming onesongs about
husbands and wives in love. Great
for weddingo and anniversaries,
right?"
A classical recording that may be
"historic is the coming version
of Handel's "Messiah," on Colum.
bia.
The word "historic" is the ad adjective
jective adjective suggested by Eugene Or Ormandy,
mandy, Ormandy, the brilliant conductor of
the brilliant Philadelphia Orches-tra,
which did this "Messiah" with
the Salt Lake City Tabernacle
Choir..
"The choir is terrific," says Or

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LA?(IN AMERICAN OFFICERSTwenty-one officers from Central and South American countries, presently attendinz the USAR USARCARIB
CARIB USARCARIB School, Fort Gulick, were recent guests of the 1st Battle Group, 20th Infantry Maintenance Shops as they completed
the 18tb week of their 20-week course. The Latin Amgrican offi cers received instruction in maintenance techniques Darts room
accounting, maintenance records, and first and second echelon maintenance on track and wheel vehicles. The tour was conduct conducted
ed conducted by CWO Jack, Carter, battle group maintenance officer, and CaPt. Miguel' A. Fernandez, instructor in the automotive sec section
tion section of the USARCARIB School. The student officers were accompanied by Capt. Elio Hoyle, a guest instructor.
(US Army Photo)

mandy. "Ordinarily, I don't like
what I record, but in this case I
must admit that the orchestra
wasn't too bad, either."
Ormandy, a man who knows
people as well as musi,c, says the
average audience "comes to a
concert hal tic, be entertained, not
educated. And so he plans his
concertsand his recording sched schedule,
ule, schedule, toowith that fact in mind.
He prefers limiting the amount of
contemporary works he plays to
"seldom more than one-third of
a program."
"Audiences all over," he says,
"resent too many contemporary
works, an& will walk out. We need
to have some, however, and the
Philadelphia Orchestra, under my
predecessor, Stokowski, and my myself
self myself have given many, first per performances
formances performances of modern works."

DICKS PICKS :Patti Page has a
winner ,ill t:The, W ails Have Ea is
her new-ono-on ,Mercury. Others:
"Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" (Peg (Peggy
gy (Peggy Lee, Decca); 'Peace (The Mc McGuire
Guire McGuire Sisters, Coral); "Single Is
Better Than Wrong" (Tommy
Leonetti, RCA); "Jackety Jack"
(Billy Sanders, Atlantic); "Perso "Personality"
nality" "Personality" (Lloyd Price, ABC-Paranount);
"Limelight Theme" (Re.
nato Carosone, Capitd1); "Children
Are the Same" (Greer Garson,
MGM) ';Thinkin' (Jesse Lee,
Turner, Carlton).
Interesting LP odds and tids
Edie Adams turns her talent loo
on an amusing collection of "Music
to Listen to Records By on MGM;
Audio Fidelity has come up
with another interesting oddity,
"Gaucho," which is authentic'
music of the Argentine pampas;
On WB, Jim Timmens and His 1
Jazz-All-Stans go to work on
Gilbert and Sullivan, and the
results aren't as bad as you might
expect; the great score of "A "Around
round "Around the World in 80 Days"
gets lyrics added and becomes a
new treat on an Everest release;
"Buddy Hackett," a Dot release,
has Buddy and some of his all time
top routines.
Two fine new symphonic re
leaseson Urania, Swarowsky and
the Vienna State Opera Orchestia
I play Tchaikovsky's Symphony No.
3, the "Polish"; on UA, StokGw StokGwski
ski StokGwski and the Symphony of the Air
play Khachaturian's Symphony
No. 2.

The Panama Canal Natural His History
tory History Society will hold its regular
monthly meeting at the USO-JWB
Armed Forces Service Center in
Balboa at 8 p.m. tomorrw.
The speaker of the evening will
be Dr. Marshall Hertig, Medical
Entomologist, Gorgas Memorial
Laboratory, who will speak. on
"Phlebotomus Sandflies and Leish
maniasis." The lecture will be
illustrated with color movies and
slides.
Hertig has been at the Gorgas
Memorial Laboratory for the past
sixteen years, carrying on rese research
arch research in several phases of medical
entomology. With various col colleagues
leagues colleagues in various countries he
has worked on insect repellents,
Trombiculid mites or chiggers,
DDT in control of malaria and
sandfly-borne diseases and hemor hemorrhagic
rhagic hemorrhagic fever in Korea.
For many years he has been
particularly interested in. Phlebo Phlebotomus
tomus Phlebotomus sandflies and the diseases
they transmit, Including leishma leishmaniasis
niasis leishmaniasis in Panama. This latter pro proHem
Hem proHem is one of the current major
projects of theLaboratory.
In 1947 Hertig sPoke to the me-,
bers of the Panama Canal Natur Natural
al Natural History Society on Phlebotomus
sandflies and this lecture is still
remembered by many persons as
one of the most most outstanding
programs 'over presented by the
Society.
He has now been asked to re review
view review that lecture and to bring it
up to date on the progress made
in the study of these sandflies and
their threat to the health of man mankind.
kind. mankind. A 1916 graduate of the Univer University
sity University of Minnesota, with a B. S.
degree, Hertig did graduate work
at both Cornell and Minnesota, re receiving
ceiving receiving his Ph. D. in 1921.
His background includes posts
as: instructor', animal biology,
Minnesota,' 1921-23; entomologist,
Kala Azar field studies, Peking
Union Medical College, 1923-M
asst. and professor of Medical en entomology,
tomology, entomology, Harvard Medical School
1927-39: and head of Dept. of Me Medical
dical Medical Entomology, National Insti Institute
tute Institute of Itygiene and Public
Health, Lima Peru, 1937-42.
His varidus studies embrace:
bloodsucking insencts and diseases
they trasmit, Rickettsiae of insects
Kala Azar (leishmaniasis) trans transmission
mission transmission woblems, Anophelines
and malaria and transmission of
Carrion's disease (verruga perua peruana)
na) peruana) in Peru.
Active in both World Wars, Her Hertig
tig Hertig attained the rank of Lt. Col.
in World War He was field di director
rector director of the Hemorrhagic Fever
'Unit, Korea, 1952-54, and directOr,

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quarters Headquarters ComPanY. let Battle Group. 20th Infantry, Fort Kobbe. present's high school dillisaMaS to
members of his companv who earned them through taking classes at the Fort Kobbe Education
Center. lift to right. rear row. are BM Eugene la. Gilliland, Pfc. Kin IA. Doud, Pfc. George W.
Zubrowslu and rte. Carlos Z. Henao-Duque. In the front are Pfc. Luis O. Cs Me. Maxi Maximo
mo Maximo Aviles and Pvt. John O. Rater (behind Oliver). CUB Army Photo)

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Dr. Marshall Hertig Of Gorgas Lab

Speaks Tomorrow Night On Sandie

' 1Foster Dulles, brav'e in livingj
0 .--- brave in dying, let us each hold 1
I His- Hemorrhagic Fever commison, 1 with all fervor to the verities1
gular Armed Forces Epidemiological i which inspired him." i
-JWB Board. 1
er in Ail members of the Panama GENEVA Secretary of State
Canal Natural History Society, 1 Christian A. Herter, on Dulles' 1
g will their friends servicemen and their death:
Mica' families, and the general public "The death of John Foster Dul Dulaorial
aorial Dulaorial of Panama and the Canal Zone Iles will sadden all peoples devoted
: on are invited and urged to attend to the cause of peace with justice.
Leish this exceptional lecture at the i He was a great statesman, firmly
I be USO-JWB. dedicated to high principles, who
s and worked incessantly to promote
Relligiout Film the national interests of the
orgas United States, and a community of
past law among nations."
rese- To Be Shown --
mlical SAN MARCOS, Tex. Senate
col- Thursday At 'Y' Democratic Leader Lyndon B.
he Johnson, proposing a "meeting of
lents, "The Power of the Resurrec the many" of all non-Communist
;gers, tion", a color film will be shown nationa:
at the Balboa YMCA-USO on
and "Where the Soviets have sought
eRe'r Thursday at 7:30 p.m. a meeting of the few. let us init initbeen
been initbeen The principle character is St. ate a meeting of themany. Let us
alebo- Peter, who while languishing pri as a new dimension of our own
,eases son relates to a young Christian
.. foreign. policyinvite the many
nations of the great on-Com;hma-
his experiences as a disciple of munist world to a meeting at the
r pro- ,,-
- Jesus. As he retails these. there summit here in the new world."

"The Power of the Resurrec Resurrection",
tion", Resurrection", a color film will be shown
at the Balboa YMCA-USO on
Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
The principle character is St.
Peter, who while languishing pri prison
son prison relates to a young Christian
his experiences as a disciple of
Jesus. As he recalls these, there
are flash-backs In he life of Crhist
showing some of the great events
in His ministry.
The presentation is free and the
public is cordially invited to attend.

MISSILES FOR LINERS

LONDON (UPI) Britain's two
biggest ,passenger liners, the
Queen Elizabeth and the Queen
Mary, will be armed with guided
missiles as protection against sur surprise
prise surprise bombing attacks, it was re reported
ported reported yesterday.

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Presbyterians Seek
Permanent Civil
Rights Commission

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UPI)
The supreme governing body of
the United Presbyterian Church in
the U.S.A. will be petitioned
today to ask Congress to make
the Civil Rights Commission a
permanent agency with "such ad additional
ditional additional powers as may be needed
to increase its effectiveness."
In a proposal to be put before
the 171st general assembly of the
denomination, the church's Social
Education and Action Committee
charged that "a most serious pat
tern of injustice in our social or order
der order is to be found in racially dis discriminatory
criminatory discriminatory practices of church,
society and governent."
The committee said in a state statement,
ment, statement, "Certain states by legista
tive and procedural innovations
have abridged the civi lliberties
of persons and groups active in
the attempt to achieve racial de desegregation.
segregation. desegregation. "Such devices are ungodly as
they are unconstitutiona."
The statemeit cited the Civil
Rights Commission for "its wis wisdom
dom wisdom in setting up state advise
committees and its fairness in
holding public hearings" during
its first year of operation.

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ao
, Students Expelled Poverty To Virtuailv
, WASHINGTON President Ei-iJ
senhowtsr, n the death of John.
Iles 1F0,! tF,erro mD u It e se: In Iowa University
h example of John mow I ipot

Double Cola

ST. LOUIS .Douglas C. Draper
whose son was torn apart by a
pack of wild dogs:
"I've seen those dogs 100 times
and wanted to shoot them but
didn't want to get in trouble."

HOLELY IN ERROR
NEW YORK iPolice were
searchinr today for four burglars
who held two porters captive and
spent four hours digging two holes
through the second floor of a
building to reach a jewelry store
on the tirst floor Both holes were
in the wrong place.

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KOBBE COUNCILOutgoing officers of the For t Kobbe Youth Activities Council greet their
successors who will take over for Fiscal Year 1960. In the front row, left to right are: Mrs.
Russell J. Strode, retiring secretary: Mrs. Jeffer sori M. Rhodes, re-elected vice-chairman; Lt. Col.
Ernest E. Knight, outgoing chairman: Mrs. Joh n P. Hoover. retiring treasurer, and Mrs. Chester
W. TuckerMan, retiring Publicity chairman. In the rear, newly elected officers are: Mrs. DavitI
L. Wackerhagen, secretary: Mai. William H. Fieshman, chairman; Mrs. Johnny C. Price. treas treasurer
urer treasurer and Mrs. Robert L. Doney, publicity chair man. (US Army Photo)

In Iowa University
fammls SeT Scandal

IOWA CITY, Iowa
versify of Iowa officials close&
the gates today on a campus sex
scandal by expelling five stu
dents.
The fivebelieved to be fourl
football players and an 18-yearold
coedwill not b. allowed to
re-enroll, officials said.
The students, who were not
identified, were expelled for "in "indecent
decent "indecent and improper conduct,"
terse university announcement
said.
The action was the result of
the girl's charges the four teen
raped her during a picnic beside
the Iowa River a week. ago.
Earlier. Johnson County Atty.
Ralph Neuzil had said the girl
changed her story and admitte,l
no rane took place. Neezil said
no criminal charges would be
filed.
But dean of Students M.
Vitit said the five "admitted" vi violating
olating violating the student code govern
in. camnus conduct.
Football Coach Forrest Eva Evashevski
shevski Evashevski said he had not been not notified
ified notified of the dismissal of any grid gridders
ders gridders and would make no state statement
ment statement until such notification.
Neuzil said the coed first told
him she had been "brutally as assaulted
saulted assaulted and raped" by the four
gridders while on a picnic 10
days ago near Iowa City.
Another of the three coeds at
the picnic said her sweatshirt
was rinped by one of the 20 to
25 past and present members of
the Hawkeyefootball team at the
party.
"This crimi,nal investigation
was brought to a close by this
girl retracting the former sworn
statement and admitting that she
had not been raped," Neuzil said.
He said state, university and
county officials "are satisified
that the girl's admission con contained
tained contained the truth."

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CENTRAL 20-109

In Ten Years, 'Fortune' Says

NEW YORK (UPI) Fortune
magazine said yesterday that in
another 10 years real poverty
largely disappear in the United
States, millions of Americans will
be "making a living" without ac actually
tually actually working and nearly half the
familfes will be in the upper In Income
come Income brackets.

An article by Sanford S. Parker
and Lawrence A. Mayer in the
June issue of the magazine said
the nation was "now entering an
astonishing new phase of the
great income revolution that has
transformed U.S. socieiyand the
U.S. marketin the last few decades.'

By 1970, Parker and Mayer said
'the ancient image of work as
something manual and tedious
will be fading rapidly' and most
workers will be in white-collar or
hig,hly skilled blue-collar jobs.
"A vast number of adult merl merlcans,
cans, merlcans, perhaDs 25 million, will be
'making a living' without actually
working," the article said. "Most
of them, of course, will be retired,
and retirement income will b;
substantial enough so that Ameri Americans
cans Americans will be largely free of the
old fear of destitution in their
late years.'
Families now in the lower in income
come income brackets will be moving up
the economic ladder in the next
decade.

The magazine likened U.S. eco economic
nomic economic scales to a pyramid, with
the broad base formerly com comprised
prised comprised of families in the lower
(under $4,000 a year) income
group and scaling upward through
the middle ($4,000 to $7,500) class
to the narrow upper (7,500 and
above) peak.
Fortune warned, however, that

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such a boom might have "moral
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opulent massfs might develop
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the years, and that endless pre preoccupation
occupation preoccupation with problems of con consumption
sumption consumption might turn us into a
race of people poorly equipped to
cope with the realities of the
thermonuclear age,' it said.

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ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Mr. and' Mrs. 1-1;rry E. Pearl
of Ancon announce today the engagement of thelr- claughter,
Linda Lane, ot Mr. Robert Fredrick Dahlstrom, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel F. Dahlstrom of Sister Bay, Wis No date has been
set for the wedding. Mr. Dahlstrom is presently attending
Wisconsin State College at Oshkosh.

t. Mt lton Rodrigues
Wins College Honor
Milton Rodriguez, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Marcelito Rodriguez of
: Panama City. has been elec;ed to
the independent Council of Hobart
College, Geneva, N.Y. The coun count
t count cil is a part of the student govern.
" ment of the college.
The Panamanian student also
serves as president of Phi Sigma
Iota, an honorary romance lan language
guage language society. He is a member of
the international Honor Sociely.
has been named to the dean's lis
for scholastic achievement a n d
holds the Milton Haight Turk
memorial prize in humanities.
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If you are not leaving the Isthmus, make the most
of your Summer Vacation. Combine pleasure with learn learning.
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DOROTHY CHASE

at her new Studio in the Knights of Columbus Dail.
Mrs. Chase offers the very finest training in Ballet
and Character, basic, intermediate & advanced. Tap nith
the Style of a Rockette. Acrobatic & Tumbling for Boys
and Girls; Special classes for Kinder and Pre-schm)I Tots.
Excellent Opportunity for older beginners (ages 11-15).
Rapid advancement with a professional polish for the
Student who plans her future in the Field of Dance.

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Balboa Woman's Club
A board meeting of the Balboa
Woman's Club will b? held tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow morning at 9 in the library
of the USO-JWB. All members of
the board are urged to attend to
discuss and vote upon plans for
the new club year.
Gulick NCO Wives
The Fort Gulick NCO Wives
Club will have a sp-:'cial meeting
at 7:30 this evening in 'he cock cocktail
tail cocktail lounge of the club. All mem.
1-iers are urged to allend this im im!portant
!portant im!portant meeting.
Dance School Directors
: Announce Future Plans
Of interest to dance studenk on
both sides of the Isthmus will be
the announcements made thi
wcik by two directors of darre
schools.
,
i Madge toek? lepherson has an an!flounced
!flounced an!flounced the ()wining of classes It
!the Coco Solo Teenage Club. Mor
detailed information may be ob
tained during registration next
Tuesday, June 2. from 3:30 to 1:30
p.m. at club.
Classes will include ballet, tap.
cldssical, acrobatic, international.
find character for all ;lee groups
On the Pacific Side, Mrs. Doro
thy Chase has annmine!'d that her
Studio of Dance will he moven
,June 1 from the YMCA to the
!Knights of Columbus Hall in Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. 'Tea Tomorrow Foes
President Of WIZO
The bbard of directors of WIZO
will entertain at a tea tomorr3w
afternoon as a farewell compli compliment
ment compliment to the president, Mrs. Mil Millie
lie Millie Blumberg. who is moving to
Colon. The party will be given at
2 p.m. at the Fort Amador ()M ()MI
I ()MI eers Club, and all members are
invited to attend.
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1...eity 4
tolosean 8:00 ad 10 a.m. .4
Miss Beck Sings
In GIs. Club Concert
Miss Stephanie Beck, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Beck of
Coco Solo, participated in the fin.
al concert for this term by the
Woman's Glee Club at Denison
University, Granville, Ohio, where
she is a freshman student.
Zone Internal Auditors
Elect Now Officers
William J. Powell was elected
president of the Institute of Inter Internal
nal Internal Auditors, Panama Canal Zone
Chapter, at its last meeting.
Officers who will serve with him
are James C. Twomey, vice presi president;
dent; president; David Kelleher, secreta secretary;
ry; secretary; and Grover D. Luce, treasurer.
Lawrence L. Jenrich and Robert
N. Bowen were elected governors
for the chap'er.
Court Of Awards
Brownie FtyLip
A Court of Awards for Girl Scout
Troop 'ati anct a fiy-Up ceremony
for brownies of trooia, 133 anti ul
were heat in tne Curundu Commu Community
nity Community Bunoing. The nignest award
of the etmug was a first class
badge earneu by Intermediate
scot. Eve stepham
ine toilowing girls left their
Brownie group. to oecome Inter Intermeolate
meolate Intermeolate ocouLs: i'roop b3, Mary
Anurew., Alice tfagott, betbe
1,Tnaru, saerry botzenmayer,
Giernia G.a net, Iteg,tia
Lattly inuruaugli, atargie Guar,
trances flaw, Alleld A.ourigua,
Sue Ann Smith and Elizaoeth
steder; bop 131.. LOUISe Anil
1Jui,an, Iavtrly sener ana for fort
t fort ence 'foroert.
Year pios were presenLed to all
Brownies 124Cii Leouit. in itLitli
L1011 to the kiy-Up gins,
leSsie Delliuenck, otur
k theme, Nancy Garner, San San'
' San' ut d Deothe
imarth.i eiez. Rooert A.
'1;otzeniii,..y,r tauer iroop eL),
Ducan Laird Jr., assisLent
Ileauer. mrs. T. J. Bembenek
Pleader of Troop 67, with Mrs. Hen Hen:ry
:ry Hen:ry h. Garner assisting.
Mrs. Robert M. Donley, Curtin Curtindu
du Curtindu Neighooril000 Girl Scout
IChairmaii, presenteu year pins a
badges earned during the year to
tne intermediate Scouts. iYirs. Ro Robert
bert Robert S. Atkins is leader of inter intermediate
mediate intermediate iroop 28, Mrs. J. H. Red Redding
ding Redding assistant leader.
Awards were wade to the f
lowing girls: Citioy Atkins, b,--
ond year pui, Leisa Atkins, tnird
year pin; Eua Beechner, secuial
year pin, second class bauge; flu flurinda
rinda flurinda Beechner, third year
second class and weather
badges; Patti Bittel, third year
pin. dancer, garden flower, cool,-
ing, child care, traSreler badges.
Diana Bembmek, second year
pin, second class and child care
baoges; Mary Jean Brady, year
pin, swimmer, dancer, cooking,
enild care, insect, dressmaker
badges; Melinda Cash, nest yesr
pin, aecond class and child care
badgos; Rebecca Chancey, first
,year pin, second calss, child ea
I debbler badges.
! Diana Cobb, first year pin, sec second
ond second class, child care, swimmer
badges; Elizabeth Guibert, nrst
year pin, second class badge;
Zaida Gonzalez, year pin, swim swimmer,
mer, swimmer, dancer, child care, cooking,
' horsewoman badges; Janie flest
ers, third year pin; Gene Hol Holcomb,
comb, Holcomb, third year pin.
Sheila Holcroft, swimmer
badge; Penny Lee, first year pin,
second class, child care, swimmer
'badges; Anymee Lugo, year pin,
SWiMM4kr, cooking, child care,
horsewoman, dancer badges; N,i N,icky
cky N,icky McCoy, swimmer badge; Ju Judy
dy Judy McC'sn'land. first year pin, sec second
ond second class badge.
Janie New, second year pin, sec second
ond second class and dabbler badges;
Margaret New, second year pin,
second class and dabbler badges;
Carolyn Price, year pin, swimns-r,
cooking, dancer, horsewom horsewoman,
an, horsewoman, child care; Cathy Price, year
pin, cooking, dancer, child care,
swimmer, horsewoman badges;
Marjorie Sener, first year pin,
Msrjorie Sener, first year pin, sec second
ond second class badr.
Sharon Sampson, first year pin,
aecond class badge, child care;
Eve Stephan, five year pin, first
clasa badge, dabbler, My Commu Community,
nity, Community, swimmer, traveler, child
care, cat atirt dog, cooking, tex textile,
tile, textile, saltwath badges; Mary Red.
ding, first year pin; Ruth Rein.
miller, first year pin, doutdoor
!cooking, child care, graden flow.
I or badges.
Gricelda Vasnick, second year
pin, swimmer, cooking, dancer,
horsewoman, child care and wea weather
ther weather badges; Aurea Velez, year
pin, swimmer, cooking, dancer,
horsewoman, child care; Carolyn
White law, firtit year pin, second
class and child care badges; and
Lorain Worsham, third year pin,
second. class badge.
Unable to attend were Mavis
Rates, who bad. earned her third
year pin, second class and crilld
care badges; Malaria Bremer,
swimmer badge; Beverly Mahone
year pin, 11,vimmer, cooking, danc dancer,
er, dancer, horsewoman, shild care
le
ba ges; and Nancy Taylor, year
pi swimmer, cooking, dancer,
h WOM1111. child care badges.

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BRIDE-ELECTMiss Julia F. Brinkley, daughter of Mrs. Marie
M. Gelsrwite of Harrisburg, Pa., and Samuel D. Brinkley of Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, will become the bride of Richard William Libby, now of
Newark, N.J., in a nuptial ceremony planned tor August 29. Miss
Brinkley is a graduate. of Balboa High School and the Canal
Zone Junior College.

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MEAT and fruit simmering in the same pan? Bounds intriguing
and is, especially in this spareribs-canned cherries recipe.

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In Wisconsin and Minnesota
we've eaten meat cooked with
fruit. It was good.
Cherry Spareribs (4 servings)
Two pounds spareribs, cut into
small pieces; 1 tablospoon short shortening,
ening, shortening, 1 can (1 pound) red tart
cherries, water pack; 2 table tablespoons
spoons tablespoons flour, 12' teaspoon salt, 1,42
teaspoon monosodium glutatnate,
14 teaspoon dry mustard, 14 tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon ground cloves, teaspoon
ginger, 2 tablespoons vinegar14
cup unsulphured molasses.
Brown spareribs in heated sh,,rt
ening in skillet. Drain cherries,
reserve liquid. Mix together Dour,
salt, monosodium glutamate and
spices. Stir in reserved cherry li liquid,
quid, liquid, vinegar and unsulphured
molasses. Pour mixture over
spareribs. Cover; simmer 45 min minutes.
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660 Register For Ciasses
At RP-American Assn. Center

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nrollment for the first tri trimester
mester trimester of the free Spanish and
English classes inaugurated by
the Pamananian-North American
Association on May 18 was dis discounted
counted discounted the very next day when
the number of students reach 660,
it was announced today.
Joseph Lontee, executive direc director
tor director of the association's Cultural
Center, said at present there are
31 classes being tough by 14
teachers. The English teachers
are American and the Spanish
teachers are Panamanian.
The present term will end on
Aug. 14, and enrollment for the
next trimester will be accepted :
beginning Aug. 16. During the
Princess Margaret
Is Dowdy Dresser,
Designer Declares
LONDON (UPI) Italian dress
designer Schuberth said yester yesterday
day yesterday that no matter how unpleas unpleasant
ant unpleasant it might be, the British people
would have to face the fact that
their Princess Margaret wax a
dowdy dresser.
The first reaction to the charge
came from the Mayfair dressmak dressmaker
er dressmaker who designs Margaret's
clothes.
"I am not in a position to make
any comment,' said designer
Victor Stiebel. "Who is Schuberth,
anyway."
Schtiberth is a Roman who de designs
signs designs for the Duchess of Windsor
and dream Gina Lollobrigida,
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ries and simmer 10 minutes
longer.
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Cherry Stuffed Bread of Vea I
(6 to 8 servimp)
One 4-5 pound breast of veal, 1
can (1. pound) red tart pitied cher cherries
ries cherries water pack; 1 package (8
ounces) prepared bread stuffing
mix, 2 Florida oranges, section,
ed and cut in pieces; 12 cup rais raisins,
ins, raisins, 14 teaspoon celery salt,
teaspoon sage, optional.
Have large pocket cut in the
breast of veal. Drain cherries. re reserve
serve reserve half the liquid. Mix together
drained cherries, stuffing, orange
pieces, rdisins, seasonings and re reserved
served reserved liquid. Spoon into pocket of
fedi; sew or skewer the edges
together. Place roast, fat side up,
on rack in an open pan. Itiaast in
a slow OVCII (325 degrees F.) 40
minutes per pound.
year there will be thres regular
trimesters, and one intensive.
Last week Lonteen presented a
tastimonial certificates to Miss
Teresa Wills, the first Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian to register for the Eng lisit
course, and Mrs. Alma Tracy, the
first Americtn to register for the
Spanish coursvi.
Lonteen is enthused over the
response to the language-learning
program of the association.
The enthusiasm shown by Pana Panamanians
manians Panamanians and Americans alike for
learning English or Spanish clear clearly
ly clearly shows the r?al interest of both
peoples in getting to know c'leh
other better through mutual lan language
guage language exchange, Lonteen saki.
Flower Show Set
For Next Monday'
At Balboa YMCA
Plans for the semi annual
YMCA Flower show were made
by members of the flower arrange
Ment classes at their final session
yesterday.
The show will be staged by
dents under direction of Mrs. Fat
Morgan and will include entries
in three categoriescut flowers
dried and exotic arrangements,
and fruits and-or vegetables. In
addition there will be special table
arrangements with a June bridal'
theme.
The show will be held in the
gymnasium of the Balboa YMCA YMCAilSO
ilSO YMCAilSO on Monday, June 1 from 7:30
10:30 p.m. Mrs. James W. Coutts,
wife of Brig. Gen. James W. Coutts
the guest of honor, will open the
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gusty and quite incomparable per- a penny, has been spending quae
0 North and South vulnerable I formance. Other actreeses will a few thousands on art since her
South west North Rest I play the part of Gypty Rose Lee's split with Eddie Fisher.
14 Pass I 3 V 1 Lormidab.e mother m -years to ....
3 N.T. Pass Pass Pass come, hut 'it is hard;:to imagine A Swiss millionaire has ()ten
: Opening leader 5 anyone in our time generating the Proposing marriage to Clara Ward,
1 s strength and. Warmth tad unrca- the American gospel singer Mold
,
, soning but measurable, love of touring Europe. Maggi McNedis
The ordinary finesse is an el- snow business that Ethel tosscd and Clyde Newhouse gave the
fort to turn a winner into a loser. unerringly across the footlights to most glamorous, dinner dance of
Occasionally a player will want to the glittering tirst nighters. tier the season at Hampehire Hous e 0
finesse when all his cards in a 1 talent was brilliantly supported by with everyone from Rosalind Bus Bussuit
suit Bussuit are winners anyway. I Jule Styne's music and Stephen sell to Ali Khan in attendance ...
A. good example of this is a kill Sondheims consistently appropri- Boxy bookers caught Tommy Leo Leoplayed
played Leoplayed many yeara ago by Chart- ate lyrics, a tight' and .,,toucaing nett on a recent Garry Moore
ton Wallace of Cincinnati. book by Arthur Laurent:1;i and the show and signed him as a head headEast's
East's headEast's three heart bid gave direction of Jerome Robbins, who Itner for August. It may be his
Charlton ouiti a problem. He submerged his magnificent gift big breale..Isabel Bigley, the form.
,
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Of Mrs. Marie could double and pick up a few for choreography to become the er musical comedy ingenue now
inkley of Bal- her third baby...One of the major
points (the set would have been guiding genius of an Ethel Mer- Mrs. Larry Barnett, is expecling
two tricks with best defense) or man singing show about Gypsy
Libby, now of
29 mi 5 hp could bid some number of Rose Lee. Anyone who doesn't Hollywood studios is busily (level (levelugust
ugust (levelugust s its own closed circuit Day
diamonds and try for game or
nd the Canal slam in that suit er he could trY ing evening in the theatre nectis TV systeen...Diosa Costello is turn turnthink
think turnthink this is a fine,. funny satisfy Ping
three no-trump. oxygen, a nurse, and a pint of ing down New York bookings
Chariton settled for the three blood. possibly because, her best bleu,
---------1 no-trump bid and won the second
giea
heart lead. He had no diamond
losers but also noted that his 10- A hot rumor has it that friends part of the act, is wanted in this
State for back alitiony.
.
9-8 could easily block out dum- of Diane Varsi are hunting for a You wouldn't believe the Wei Weimy's
my's Weimy's fifth diemond if the jack did Greenwich Village apartment tor dorf-Astona- considered Birdiend
not fall early. Hollywood's most publicized "es- competition, but the hotel's mee meet
t meet It was apparent that if anyone capee." The word is she'd like lo agement thinks it's a big drag
held long diamonds it would be settle in Gotham when summer's that Count Basie just went tete
- West so Charlton's first play was over, giving up her New Hamp- Birdiand for a speeial 10day
his kine. He continued with the shire diggings and doing some romp preceding the Great One's
eat ten and when west played low studying in New York. (ThiAt June 1 opening at the Starlight )
Chsrlton let it ride. would make her conveniently av Roof. Also bugged are Ella IfilS IfilSThis
This IfilSThis rolay risked both a three ailable for TV dramas, s'nould she terald's handlers, who thougfit
77----,,sesetr, trick set snd criticism from nart- decide to do a little acting on the she was going to he the only hcitd hcitdttt,i'lp,,
ttt,i'lp,, hcitdttt,i'lp,, 1,i ner bolt CharPon felt that East's aide) ...Gene Tierney is scheduled liner during the Waldorf booking:
te-Ue ii three heart hid made the odds to leave the Minninger Clinic next nobody mentioned Basie to her
t?'''t''ri', .' "q1 favorable to him. month...Former Mayor Bill 0'. when the contract was arranged
Y,v,.,,,,. t I They were end Charlton had his Dwyer of New York be b id Th t F
: may eat ,... a rank Sinstra recere a-.
:-(e,u..F. ,.,
7..'r- ''- d t contract and the rubber. of as a movie producer t beldre beet the rubber plant or tree,
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long. Arthur W. A. Cowan, head or whatever it is is rather hard
It of Hall-Cowan Productions, is just to believe. It eounds as if ho's
'... f 'zAii I back from Mexico City where he Imitating Max Bygraves... Fernan Fernan?'
?' Fernan?' .k:'' 1 1 ViKEIRDSeime discussed with Bill plans for mak- del turned down a lucrative of ofI:,
I:, ofI:, fk,:4 I ing James Clavell's "Mirage Is- fer to star in it madcap Hollywood
,,',, :',,',:. QThe bidding has been: land" off the coa,st of Mexico. whodunit because the olot called 4
,t,,, i,. ,..,,.,-:.i.; : North East South Weet for him to commit a murder. 1.1,1
Tplks,,,..7, 1 1 Pass ? A multi-million-dollar deal new comedian's theot47 is that his fans
s....,, You, Sofith, hold: on the fire may release Charlie would never forgive him. no mat-
s.:-,:s-
4,,,s0,,..,,,,, ,,.,, Ba 7 iteK I 3 5 K 8 5 4 ,e,A 8 I Ohaplin films for TV audiences a- ter how amusing or justified
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:e;,:.e.ve (,,,' ABid one heart You Was f dining with Jim Mitchum at Man- Ernesto Fuentes, an unknoyn
i.,',- ?.. '',,::'. '2 make a second bid later an ny Wolf's the other night was Cuban playwright, has had his
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,,';; TODAY'S QUESTiON Marsha Cori, a top-ranking Guth- first .drairna; "La Lees," accept-
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am model. Jim is Robert Mit-' ed by Roger L. Stesiens for Fall
. Your partner reblds to one no-,
.;., trump. What do you do now? chum'alook-alike son..31is Week's production. The plot revolves a-
.
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Don't count out Adiai Stevenson in affected families in the Oriente
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4",tr.r the race for the Democratic Pre- Province. Some years ago, author
sidential nomination he's still Fuentes.. was a dish-washer in a
Is Intriguing
Little League Senator Jack Kennedy's toughest New York 'reetaurant.
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Two boys and one girl were n
ireast of veal, 1
born at the Coco Solo Hospital e
tart pitted cher- MOUNT CLEMENS, M. h 1
during the week which ended ic ed up to the tragedy and told
1 package (8 ,
bread stuffing dnesdar according to (UPI) --
Jest We , Five young p e r s o n s how the victims weakened one bY
drowed in a boating traged th t
y a one from cold and explosure, and
oranges, section, the hospital report. During this
!es; 12 cup rats- same period 51 patients were needn t have happened t h e y finally died. o i 1k'
c uld have waded to safety after
celery salt, i4 admitted and 79 were dtscharg- 0
their overloaded boat capsized in She said Hogan was the first to '-
bonal. ed.
Lake St. Clair lut night. go because he had exhausted him-
ket cut in the e dead were three boys and
Th self trying to help the others and
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ain cherriTs. re- Parents of the boys are Mr. .,
two girls. Three other girls who to s,ave the boat. Benedetti was
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lid. Mix together and Mrs. Noel s.. Gibson of Ft.
stuffing, orange Gulick and Mr. End Mrs. Rey- survived an 11 h d 1 f
a -nig t or ea o secondhe had b t h d
een !Ting ar o
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clinging to the overturned boat in to keep the spirits of all up. Some
asonings and re- nold Stewart of Colon.
50-degree water, were recovering of the drowning became hysteri-
-on into pocket of The girl was born to Mr. and ..
J h H 't 1 h
at St. osep sin a ere. cal, talked gibberish and foamed 4 i '.
wer the edges Mrs. Benjamin Hugest() of Co-
The group had gone on a picnic at the mouth. Nancy Benedetti ;
ast, fat side up, len.
to Club island, three miles out screamed when she found hlr
,n pan. Roast in from the Michigan shore, on Lake brother was going under and she 1
degrees F.) 40 nil St. Clair. They were returning in -couldn't hold him up.
l Workers Front' boat when choppy water spilling
' ,s
over Onl on of the survivin ir
the motor well in the trail- 3' e g g is
h d a life preservere seat cush cushTo
To cushTo Combat Reds som swamped the boat. a
They had gone to the island in
ion type,a,ns she had it t a
s r pped
on wrong. The Coast Guard said
ses in Cuban Unions two groups of four because they
had been warned that eight per-
sons were too many for the boat it found n th I f
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o o er i e preserver's.
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to carry. But on the return trip, Meetings
enter
C HAVANA (UPI)The govertm- it was late and getting dark, ahnd
ment marshaled Cuban labor into they decided to return all toget er Drama Class 44 4"
' a "workers front" today to com- to "save time." The weekly USO-JWB Drama
bat Communist infiltration of The boat swamped and sank Cless directed by Len Worcestlit
unions. in only Pia feet of water, about will meet this evening at the Thee- e 1
e throe regular Announcement of the new group 17 miles southwest of Strawberry tre Guild Playhouse in Ancon.
le intensive. WV; made et the same time the Island. At first, the group tried to
sen presented a claimed 4,000 new members bed ugh the boat 'toward the island Caribbean Stamp Club
icates to Miss joined the Red "Popular Socialist gut abandoneci the effort when The slimmer schedule of meet meetfirst
first meetfirst Panama- party" since Jan. j. they found they Were moving into ings and auctions of the Caribbean
,
or the Efiglied The paper did not give figures deeper water. : Stamp Club has been announced
Alma Tracy, the for the party's total membershin., But Lloyd Rivard of. the Ma- by club officials. Regular meetines
register for the It Wait estimated recently
a- comb County sheriff's patrol, who will be held on June 16, July 21
12.000. nix apparently meant HoY rescued the three girl survivors and August 18. and auctions are 4 I
used over the was claiming a 33 per cent in- this morning, said a shallow bar scheduled for June 2, July 7 stR1
inguage-learning (Tease ince Fidel Castro's revs). led all the way from where the August 4.
ssociation. lutioneries overthrew Fulgencio boat capsized direct to Strawberry All adult stamp collectors are
shown by Pana- B ti t
a 1 R. Island, and became shallowir all invited to attend. Club me ben
Ticans alike for hi 1 d m I 6'
s p inc u es 60 collectors.
the way in.
or Spanish clear- Hoy also said the party had es- "If they had known the lake,
interest of both tablished 3,000 ells throughout they could have Walked to Straw- Avianca Marks Tenth Year ,
to know e'leh the country since Jan. 1. berry Island and safety," id
"-- Of New York-Bogota Flights
igh mutual lan- Announcement of the new gov- Rivard.
Lonteen sal"- ernment labor group was made in Victims of the tragedy were
. an unsigned press statement. Roger Petrick Hogan, 21, owner iApril 28th marked the tenth an an)w
)w an)w Set It paid 26th of July units in 28
of the 33 federations affiliated of the boat, Robert Benedetti 22,
and Theron Brooks Jr., 20, n versary of service between New
all of York and Bogota by AVIANCA .,
Monday' with the Cuban Confederation f
Labor had organized into a "cu.
0- Harper Woods, a suburb of De Detroit;
troit; Detroit; Anne Schuler, 16, of Detroit. (Colombia nNational Airways), the
oldTetfliet saeirrviiincee winasthe Americas.
YMCA ban Humtnist Workers Front."
The statement said the group's and Valerie Quinn, 16, of East
Detroit. .,. ,'", begun with DC-4
airliner, 'which made two flights
semi annual slogan Weld be "Liberty with The three 'girl Who
, 0 wer ve ml,. 4
tilt d eaeh week from -New YOrk via
ow were made bread; btead, without terror" to' w5re Mari LOU 'CrOnyea, .17, and ''''''''nu and Barranquilla. Today,
e flower arrange eombat Communist influence in Marilyn Cibe 17, bOth of -Detroit. the Medere Super Constellation e eleir
leir eleir final session organized labor. and Nancy Benedetti,.20,, sister of L
uipMent .of ,Aviancsi makes the
i one of the. victim'', .i ght. to Colombia via Montego BO
e staged by sW- Trom her hollow' bed. mas and Xingeton on the popular resort
Lion of Mrs. Fat NOW MATS PRWILIk011 Gonyea related the events that Wand of JaMalca. At the height ..
Include entries of the season, nine flights weekly
iescut flowers COLUMBUS, Ohlo (UPI) ---; El- ,,, ore provided. The company also
, ,,
arrangements, mer F. Cope, steretary-treasurer offers through one-plane service
' vegetables. In of' the state AFL-CIO, carries to- HEuti fisti from Miami to Barranquilla, Bogo Bogobe
be Bogobe special table day whet is believed the one and t t ta, Quito and Lima three time,
i a June bridal' Only cad granting "whispering each week.
henevef the pains of he
privileges" ID the state Senate Arthritis, Neuritis, Lemeeurern,tia Now in its 40th year, Avianca '
be held in the gallerl- tt:os. stiff muscles and swoiien serves more than 60 cities within
: Balboa YMCA- It was issued to him by the litt)01111Nmelgornotiyomurivzrr:b11. tgeS Colombia. International operations
tune 1 from 7:30 lieutenant governor after c
-opt, once. ROM1ND quickly briflestana! almo induct, flights from Bogota to
smes W. Coutts, unrecognized by Senate order rie vivito ao you can sleep, work Caracas, Lima Ind to Panama,
James W. Coutts keepers, was thrown out of the ne:elaen12,41 44ffit and from Bogote to Lisbon, Me,
ar.
r, will open the gallery ;est week for maldng too drid, Paris and Frankfurt 11991, 41--
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: i 32 5 about who was queen of the Erwin Erwin,
, Erwin, K917 11Q10t way musical stage, all. bets wet.
SMITH (D) settled last night. wnen Ethel lier lier!
! lier! man opened in-"Gypay'! and itcpt
A AK a gigantic audience ot pros alter alter,
, alter, Ail
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ollA9884 gooseollA9884 bumps with ber tunny, poignant,
' gusty and quite incomparable per perNorth
North perNorth and South vulnerable 1 tormance. Other actreeses will
"uth West 141.1111 East I play the part of Gypty jtose Lee's
1 ith Pass 1 3 V 1 Lormidab,e mother m -years to
, 3 N.T. Pass Pass Pass come, 'but 'it is hard ,:lo imagine
1
Opening lead--V 5 anyone in our time generating the
1 strength and, Warmth sind unrca unrca,
, unrca, soning but measurable, love of
The ordinary finesse is an el- snow business that ,. Etbel tosscd
fort to turn a winner into a loser. unerringly cross the footlights to
Occasionally a player will want to the glittering tirst nighters. tier
finesse when all his cards in a 1 talent was brilliantly supported by
suit are winners anyway. I Jule Styne's music and Stephen
A. good example of this is a hf.111 Sondheims consistently appropri appropriplayed
played appropriplayed many years ago by Chart- ate lyrics, a tight' and ,toucaing
ton Wallaee of Cincinnati, book by Arthur Latirentii and the
East's three heart bid gave direction of Jerome Robbins, who
Charlton quite' a problem. He submerged his magnificent gift
could double and pick up a few for choreography to become the
points (the set would have been
two tricks with best defense) or man singing show about Gypsy
guiding genius of an Ethel Mer Merhe
he Merhe could bid some number of Rose Lee. Anyone who doesn't
diamonds and try for game or think this is a fine,. funny satisfy
slam in that suit or he could trY ing evcning in the theatre needs
three no-trumn.
blood.
oxygen, a nurse, and a pint of
Charlton settled for the three
no-trump bid and won the second 1
-
heart lead. He had no diamond
losers but also noted that his 10- A hot rumor has it that friends
9-8 could (malty block out dum- of Diane Varsi are hunting for a
my's fifth diamond if the jack did Greenwich Village apartment tor 1
not fall early. Hollywood's most publicized "es "esIt
It "esIt was apnarent that if anyone capee." The word is she'd like to
held long diamonds it would be settle in Gotham when summer's
West so Charlton's first play was over, giving up her New Hemp Hempthree
three Hempthree his king. He continued with the shire diggings and doing some
ten and when West played low studying in New York. (ThiAt
ChPrIton let it ride. would make her conveniently av
ailable for TV dramas, should she
This olay risked both A three
decide to do a little acting on the
trick set Pnd criticism from nart nartner
ner nartner but CharPon felt that East's aide) ...Gene Tierney is scheduled,
to leave the Minninger Clinic next'
heart hid made the odds
favorable to him. month...Former Mayor Bill 0'-
They were nnd Charlton had his Dwyer of New York may be beard
contract and the rubber. of as a movie Producer t btfdrd I
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QThe bidding has been:
North East South Weal
1 Pass
YOU, So Cith, hold:
46117 WEISS KISS 4A1111
What do you do?
ABid one heart. Yon plan f
make a second bid later on.
TODAY'S QUESTION
Your partner rehicis to one no notrump.
trump. notrump. What do you do now?
Answer Tomorrow
Little League
Boys 2, Girls 1
Two boys and one girl were
born at the Coco Solo Hospital
during the week which ended
last Wednesday according to
the hospital report. During this
same period 51 patients were
admitted and 79 were discharg dischargo.d.
o.d. dischargo.d. Parents of the boys are Mr.
and Mrs. Noel E. Gibs() of Pt.
Gulick and Mr. End Mrs. Rey Reynold
nold Reynold Stewart of Colon.
The girl was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Hurtatio of Co Colon.
lon. Colon. 'Workers Fronr
To Combat Reds
in Cuban Unions
HAVANA (UPI)---The governn governnment
ment governnment marshaled Cuban labor into
a "workers front" today to com combat
bat combat Communist infiltration of
unions.
Announcement eft the new group
WV; made at the same time the
claimed 4,000 new members had
joined the Red "Popular &leis list
Party" since Jan. 1.
The paper did not give figures
for the party's total membershin
It VIP estimated recently at
12.000. This apparently meant Hoy
was claiming a 33 per cent in increase
crease increase ince Idol Castrn's rem
bitionlries overthrew Fulgencio
Batista.
Hoy also said the party had es established
tablished established 3,000 ells throughout
the country since Jan. 1.
Announcement of the new gov government
ernment government labor group was made in
an unsigned press statement.
It paid 26th of July units in 28
of the 33 federations affiliated
with the Cuban Confederation of
tabor had organized ints a "Cu "Cuban
ban "Cuban Humtnist Workers Front."
The statement said the group's
slogan would be "Liberty with
bread; Istead.without terror" to
eombat Communist influence in
organissid labor.
NOW SINATI PRIVILIkG1
COLUMBUS, Ohio (UPI) El Elmor
mor Elmor F. Co Pe, secretary-treasurer
of' the state AFL-CIO, carries to today
day today whst is believed the one and
Only cad granting "whispering
privileges" ID the state Senate
gallery.
It was issued to him by the
lieutenant governor after Cope,
unrecognized by Senate order
keepers, was thrown out of the
gallery ;est week for maldng too
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-by

A hot rumor has it that friends
of Diane Varsi are hunting for a
Greenwich Village apartment tor
Hollywood's most publicized "es "escapee."
capee." "escapee." The word is she'd like lo
settle in Gotham when summer's
over, giving up her New Hamp Hampshire
shire Hampshire diggings and doing some
studying in New York. ail Lt
would make her conveniently av
ailable for TV dramas, should she
decide to do a little acting on the
aide) ...Gene Tierney is scheduled
to leave the Minninger Clinic next
month...Former Mayor Bill O'-
Dwyer of New York may be beard
of as a movii '1)roduoer bCfdre
long. Arthur W. A. Cowan, head
of Hall-Cowan Productions, is just
back from Mexico City where he
discussed with Bill plans for mak making
ing making James Clavell's "Mirage le leland"
land" leland" off the coast Of Mexico.
A multi-million-dollar deal how
on the fire may release Charlie
Ohap lin films for TV audiences a across
cross across the nation...The dreamboat
dining with Jim Mitchum at Man Manny
ny Manny Wolf's the other night was
Marsha Cori, a top-ranking Goth Gotham
am Gotham model. Jim -is RObert Mit.
chum's look-alike son.;:This Week's
word from the political Insiders:
Don't count out Adial Stevenson in
the race for the Democratic Pre.
sidential nomination he's still
Senator Jack Kennedy's toughest
Boatinij Acci
Fives Lives In
MOUNT CLEMENS, Mich.
(UPI) Five young persons
drowed in a boating tragedy that
needn't have happened they
could have waded to safety after
their overloaded boat capsized in'
Lake St. Clair last night.
The dead were three boys and
two girls. Three other girls who
survived an all-night ordeal of
clinging to the overturned boat in
50-degree water, were recovering
at St. Joseph Hospital here.
The group had gone on a picnic
to Club Island, three miles out
from the Michigan shore, on Lake
St. Clair. They were returning in
boat when choppy water spilling
over the motor well in the tran transom
som transom swamped the boat.
They had gone to the island in
two groups of four because they
had been warned that eight per persons
sons persons were too many for the boat
to carry. But on the return trip,
it was late and getting dark, and
they decided to return all together
to "save time."
The boat swamped and sank
in only 312 feet of water, about
17 miles southwest of Strawberry
Island. At first, the group tried to
push the boat 'toward the island
but abandoned the effort when
they found they ivere moving into
deeper water.
But Lloyd Rivard of 'the Ma Macomb
comb Macomb County sheriff's patrol, who
rescued the three girl survivors
this morning, said a shallow bar
led all the way from where the
boat capsized direct to Strawberry
Island, and became shallowir all
the way in.
"If they had known the lake,
they could have walked to Straw Strawberry
berry Strawberry Island and safety," said
Rivard.
Victims of the tragedy were
Roger Ratrick Hogan, 21, owner
of the boat, Robert Benedetti, 22,
and Theron Brooks Jr., 20, all of
Harper Woods, a suburb of De Detroit;
troit; Detroit; Anne Schuler, 16, of Detroit,
and Valerie Quinn, le, of East
Detroit.
The three 'girl, Who, wersived
were Mary tou ,Gonyea, .17...and
Marilyn Cily. 27, both of ,Detroit.
and Nancy lenedetti,.20,,sister of
one of the. victims:
From her hospital' bed. Miss
Gonyea relatod the events that
thenever the pa!' Ah
Arthritis, Neuritis, Lumt;augolua,
ttics. stiff muscies and swollen
aint, melte you miserable, get
MIND from your druggist at
once. ROMIND quickly brings tan..
tastio relief so you can sloop, wcrk
and live in somfort. Don't gutter
needlesely. Get ROMIND today.

TUESDAY, MAY IS, ISM

THE V

6 0 roih

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competition:1 Hazel Seetti,
p.etely recovered after her reveal
operation for a tumor:-e has put putcnased
cnased putcnased a g20,000 apaertment in Pa Paris
ris Paris ancL gives no indication that
she ever intends to return to the
United StatesAbbe Lads 14 fac facing
ing facing bill prOblems from a touple
of press agentsDebbie Reynolds,
traditionaliy cautiou, girl with
a penny, has been spending quae
a tew thousands on art since her
split with Eddie Fisher.
A Swiss millionaire has oten
proposing marriage to Clara Ward,
the American gospel singer ,now
touring Europe... Maggi McNedis
and Clyde Newhouse gave the
most glamorous, dinner dance of
Vie season at Hampshire Hods!,
with everyone from Rosalind Rus Russell
sell Russell to Ali Khan in attendance
Boxy bookers caught Tommy Leo Leonett'
nett' Leonett' on a recent Garry Moore.
show and signed him as a head headAllier
Allier headAllier for August. It may be his
' big break...Isabel Bigley, the lorm lormer
er lormer musical comedy ingenue now
Mrs. Larry Barnett, is expecting
her third baby...One of the major
Hollywood studios is busily devel developing
oping developing its own closed circuit Day
TV syste!nDiosa Costello is itan itaning
ing itaning down New York bookings --
possibly because, her best iruu,
part of the act, is wanted in this
State for back alitiony.
You wouldn't believe th Waldorf-Astoria
considered Birdiand
competition, but the hotel's mei meiagement
agement meiagement thinks it's a big drag
that Count Basie just went tato
Birdland for a speeial 10day
romp preceding the Great One's
June 1 opening at the Starlight
Roof. Also bugged are Ella trilz trilzterald's
terald's trilzterald's handlers, who thougfit
she was going to be the only head headliner
liner headliner during the Waldorf booking:
nobody mentioned Basie to her
when the contract was arranged
...That Frank Sinatra- record a-
bOut the rubber plant or tree,
or whatever it is is ratirr hard
to believe. It sounds as if ho's
imitating Max Bygraves Fernan Fernandel
del Fernandel turned down a lucrative of offer
fer offer to star In a madcap Hollywood
whodunit because the olot called
for him to commit a murder. Tlos
comedian's theo07 is that his fans
would never forgive him. no !nat !natter
ter !natter how amusing or justified
thP homicidn wag made to snow.
Ernesto Fuentes, an unknoyn
Cuban playwright, has had his
first .draima, L()Cf4," acceot acceoted
ed acceoted by Regis!. 14. Stesiens for Fall
production. The plot revolves a around
round around the Cuban revolution is it
affected families in the Oriente
Province. Some years ago, author
Fuentes. was a dish-washer in a
New York 'restaurant.
ent Takes
Michigan
led up to the tragedy and told
how the victims' weakened one bY
one from cold and explosure, and
finally died.
She said Hogan was the first to
go because he had exhausted him himself
self himself trying to help the others and
to save the boat. Benedetti was
secondhe had been trying hard
to keep the spirits of all up. Some
of the drowning became hysteri hysterical,
cal, hysterical, talked gibbnish and foamed
at the mouth. Nancy Benedetti
screamed when she found hlr
brother was going under and she
-couldn't hold him up.
Only one of the surviving girls
had a life preservera seat cush cushion
ion cushion typean4 shP had it strapped
on wrong. The Coast Guard said
it found no other life preservortk
-
, Meetings
Mb
Drama Class
The weekly USO-J1VB Draml
Ass directed by Len Worcestat
will meet this evening at the Thea Theatre
tre Theatre Guild Playhouse In Ancon.
-
Caribbean Stamp Club
The slimmer schedule of meet meetings
ings meetings and auctions of the Caribbean
Stamp Club has been announced
by club officials. Regular meetings
will be held on June 16, July 21
and August lg. and auctions art
scheduled for June 2, July 7 al
August 4.
All adult stamp collectors are
invited to attend. Club member membership
ship membership includes 60 collectors.
Avianca Marks Tenth Year
Of New York-Bogota Flights
April 28th marked the tenth an anniversary
niversary anniversary of service between New
York and Bogota by AVIANCA
(Colombia nNational Airways), the
oldest airline in the Americas.
The service was begun with DC-4
airliners, which made two flights
each week from New York via
Miami and Barranquilla. Today,
the modern Super Constellation e equipment
quipment equipment of Avianca makes the
flight to Colombia via Montego Bo
and Kingston on the popular resort
Wand of Jamaica. At the height
of the season, nine flights weekly
ere provided. The company also
offers through one-plane service
from Miami to Barranquilla, Bogo Bogota,
ta, Bogota, Quito and Lima three times
each week.,
Now in its 40th year, Avianca
serves more than 60 cities within
Colombia. International operations
also inellide flights from Bogota to
Caracas, Lima Ind to Panama,
and from Bogota to Lisbon, Ma,
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TUESDAT.'MAT M, 1959

Funeral Services
For Mrs. Ward
Tomorrow At 1 p.m.
runeral iervic will be held
tomorrow it 1 p.m. In the Coro
ral Chapel lor the late Mrt. Ella
V. Ward, who died In Gorgai iios iios-pital
pital iios-pital Sunday following a long U U-ness.
ness. U-ness. Burial will follow in the Corozl

i2T v "' 1 r Mt'f I

MG DIFFERENCE HoldlnK five rounds of 4.2 mm mortar am munition are left to right Pvt. Garrett W. Hasten. Pfc. Julio

Cemetery.
A Jamaican, the 73-year old J

Mrt. Ward came to the Isthn.us
during conatruction days and was
a .former reaident of Gatun. Sue
wai residing with her on, Alurt
A. Ward, in Paraiso at the time

of her death. She was a menuci
of the Seventh Day Adventist

Central Church.
Mrs. Ward is also aurvjved by
another son, Phillip N., of Los An Angeles,
geles, Angeles, who paid her a visit two
months ago, 11 grandchildren anc1
one, great-grandchildren.
OViRCOME BY "PAY"
HAWTHORNE, Fla. (UPD Po Police
lice Police said "all he could drink" was
lust too much for Lee Douglas, 41.

Doughs, a Negro, was charged
with acceDtinc $8 and "all he

could drink from a gallon of
whiskev" for spreading a cam

paign rumor about the mayor

ing

408 ELECTS NEW OFFICERS The La Soclete des des 40 Hommes et 8 Chevaux en Friday ttlRh;

He was found sitting quietly at elected their new officers for the comlnK year.Tms la tne Honor mcww w uw Ji
le foot of an oak tree, recuperat- glon. From left to right are Al Hanson, oast Brand chef de Gare; Romeo Routhier tcrand cnel

de trian; Nick Olsen. grand cnei ae corresponaani; ana pop n.nox. mmm ui up

Iowa Republican Seeking
Economy At White House

At, the risnt dd Jonn e. uoies prepares tu me a new uttuiiiw u.o .u.., Vii n i
4T."c rfs i. 7'-T" v.t mhinv, McfS i ; opnt tn firp w rin the same ob as the live rou; ; in train-

Tnn to toe ther4lmm mor ar devices "have been received bv Mortar
BatteSlrt tlS oro20to infantry. Fort Kobbe. to train unit members In firing not only the but the Blmm mortar as
well it contains a small charge which allows the forward observer to determine accurately Just where a round hit. This is an
SroVeSSS "over toe use of live ammunition, the Impact of which is so great that it often is Impossible to determine complete
accuracy on a target. The device also can be used over and over again. ; (us Army rnoto

American Industry In United Stand
At Steel Talks Against Wage Hikes

NEW YORK (UPl)-Evidence
mounted yesterday that the crucial
"Steel wage talks were becoming
the battleground on which a large
segment of American Industry
" would make its rhost united stand
ever against rising wages.
The steel industry's proposed
one year wage freeze has re received
ceived received a blanket endorsement
from leading Industry groups and
businessmen. M has peen strongly
' 1 denounced bj labor leaders.
As negotiators wound up an another
other another day of apparently fruitless

contract talks, it became more
and more apparent that whatever
contract is signed by the steel in
dustry will set the pattern in
other key lines, including alumi aluminum,
num, aluminum, canning, copper and autos.
Labor leaders are fearful that if
a major industry like steel can
succeed in freezing wages, then
they may be forced to "swallow'
the same medicine.

James R. Hoffa, head' of the

sues wages, a shorter work
week, insurance and supplemen supplemental
tal supplemental unemployment pay.
McDonald has angrily charged
that the "wealth and might' of
American business is being joined
in a "collosal' bid to crush the
Steelworkers. He has vowed to
win the "greatest contract' in
history this year.

Mail Box Gels More
Runs Than Braves,
Causes Girdle Fiohl

Battle Over How To Defend
Continent Waxes In House

WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen.
William Proxmire (D-Wis.) to today
day today bravely moved into a "gird'e
battle" between the ci,ty fathers
f Monr6ei' Wisi. and the Post Of-

giant Teamsters, summed up la- j fice Department.

bor's feelings on the matter when

he said in Boston Sunday "If the
employers destroyed them (the
Steelworkers) they would try to
destroy us.'
Hoffa gave the Steelworkers his
Teamsters Union's full support.
The steel workers also have been
backed to the hilt by the AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO Executive Council.
David J. McDonald, president of
the United Steelworkers Union,
has denounced the wage freeze as
"economic nonsense' that would
breed another recession.
The industry's determined stand
against any wage increase this
year has stalled the negotiations

and heightened the threat of a
long and costly steel strike this
summer. The present three-year
steel oact expires at midnight
June 30.
The four-man bargaining teams
representing the USW and 12 steel
companies met for only two hours
Monday arid refused to meet with
reporters after the session.
However, it was learned that

the negotiators already had

He promised to get to the bot bottom
tom bottom of the complaint.
As Proximire explained it in a
press release, the mayor and
City Council had called on the
Senators to do something about

a postal box for car mailing
placed on the right side of a one oneway
way oneway street.
Women in the community com complained
plained complained about having to slide
across the front seat to the right
window to mail letters, contend contending
ing contending the feat is doubly difficult
while wearing girdles and stock

ings.
"The foundation of these com complaints
plaints complaints is obvious," the Senator

said. "Half the town is bound up

in this issue. Stockings In Monroe
are getting more runs than the
(Milwaukee) Braves."
"This is obviously stretching
things too far." He asked Post Postmaster
master Postmaster General Arthur Summer Summer-field
field Summer-field to get the box moved to

clashed on four key contract is- the other side of the afreet.

o

WASHINGTON (UPI) The
growing battle over continental
air defense systems was height heightened
ened heightened today by Navy criticism of

both the Army and Air 'force
anti-aircraft missiles.
A House Apropriations sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee made public testimony
by a top Navy witness, who told
Congress that 5 billion dollars
has been poui;ed 4n,te..lbVFortress
America air defense network
that soon will be as obsolete as
the French Maginot Line.
Rear Adm. J. T. Hayward, as assistant
sistant assistant chief of naval operations,
testified that in his opinion no

more money should be spent, on
th? Air Force Botfiarj anti-aircraft
missile. He said the same

reasoning applied for the Army's

Nike-Hercules program.
Hayward said the resent air
defense system didn't provide
enough warning time to deter an
enemy attack. Modern missile
technology soon will outdat; such
a fixed warning and defense sys system,
tem, system, he said.
The admiral's views received
support yesterdav from Sen. Hen Hen-rv
rv Hen-rv M. Jackson (D-Wash.), a mem member
ber member of the Senate Armed services
Committee. The committee voted
to cut $17,300,000 from the Army's

$22,400,000 Nike-Hercules construc construction
tion construction p'ans.
"Science has endowed the of offence
fence offence with a great advantage," he
said on a nationwide television
prigarm. "Science can offer very
little aid and comfort to the neo-

pie who try to man defense. This

makes all systems vulnerable
from the standpoint of the offense."

Jackson said Russia today has
an air-to-surface missile that can

outflank all Nike Mint defense
svstems. But he said the Russian

manned bomber would not be awe
to outflank Bonvarc, which haa a
range of 200 to 400 miles.
Jackson said experts have told
him that the chances of trying to
stop an all-out attack on the Unit United
ed United States by Soviet bombers is

WASHINGTON (UPI) An Iowa
Republican, demanding that gov government
ernment government economy be practiced as

well as preached at the White
House, blocked House action yes

terday on a $10,255,500 bill to oper operate
ate operate the President's office.

Rep. H. R. Gross halted final

$674,687,300 to run the Commerce
Department and four smaller

agencies. The bill was $57,503,700

or nearly 8 per cent, smaller than

P r e s i d e nt Eisenhower asked
Most of the reduction was in the
Small' Business Administration.
The committee action brought

verv limited.

Jackson said that with the Nike
system, stockpiles of nuclear war warheads
heads warheads would be located in the

heart of the cities.
"In the case of a disaster, we
might . lose the very area we
are trying to defend," he said.
Jackson said lupersonic manned
interceptors were the best means
toabtny air battle away from

Maharanee Showing
British Women Use
Of Washing Machine

LONDON (UPI) Cockney
housewives who don't know how to

work a washing machine are get

ting lessons from the Maharanee
of Mymensingh, who wants to be

plain Janet Hicks again.
The Maharanee, who swapped

her rich Indian saris for coveralls

in her job as washing machine
demonstrator in a West End de-1
partment store, said the Mahara Maharajah
jah Maharajah of Mymensingh "Dulu" for
short could have his five cars
and 20-room Calcutta mansion.
After 18 months of Indian lux luxury,
ury, luxury, she said, she wanted to live
a new, "useful" life.
Life there, she complained, was
"just one round of parties and
idleness." She said she hoped her
marriage could be dissolved as
readily as the soap flakes In her
demonstrator model.

action on the White House appro- to $20,987,311,891

priation, which also included $3, $3,-083,000
083,000 $3,-083,000 for several agencies relat related
ed related to the President's office, after
the House gave the bill prelim preliminary
inary preliminary approval.
But he failed in several efforts
to get the House to cut a sep separate
arate separate $649',896,700 appropriation
measure for the Departments of
State, Justice and related activ activities
ities activities such as the U.S. Information

Service. Both bills carried funds

for operations in the year starting

July 1.

Gross was able to tie up tne

White House bill by a parliamen

tary maneuver wich would require
g rcMcau;!(ideri U both par parties
ties parties had agreed to operate yerer
day without roll calls and there
were too few House members on
hand to go through with a record
vote,
Debate on the' State Justice
money bill stopped short of the
voting stage, however and there
was no need of a blocking ma maneuver.
neuver. maneuver. At the same time, the House
Appropriations Committee p p-provea
provea p-provea appropriations totaling

the total appro

priations approved by the House I

or the committee this year. It rep

resented a cut of $289,403,050, or
about 1.3 per cent, in the Presi

dent s requests.

The peppery Gross began his

attack on the White House budget.

which was $343,630 higher than

last year, by observing "I'm dis

appointed that the President
of the United States didn't set the1
example bv cutting back in his

own shop.

The appropriations committee
approved the White House fund

reauest without change.

Then he criticized the Presi President's
dent's President's use of a 1-million-dollar
emergency fund, charging $400,000

was used to pay for a study that

recommended an increase in for foreign
eign foreign aid. He called the study "a

propaganda snow job on Congress

and the American people.'

But he failed in effort' to cut

the emergency fund for the com
ing year to $600,000 and to elim

mate $57,500 for a "useless" Pres

idential Committee on Govern

ment Organization.

Hoffa Pledges Union Support

To Any Steelworkers Strike

CRYSTAL CLEAR MOTIVE

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PALM SPRINGS, Calif. (UPI)
Charles Davis came out of the
park after a desert league soft soft-bal
bal soft-bal game and found the top of
his car bashed in apparently by
fists and jumping feet.
Police suggested the vandals'
motive was pretty clear Davis
was the umpire.

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BOSTON (UPI) James R.
Hoffa Sunday pledged the support
of his giant teamsters union to
any steelworkers' strike.
Hoffa did not say what his union
would do in way of support for
the 500,000 steelworkers.
Last week Hoffa was reported
to have threatened a nationwide
strike if Congress passes a bill to
apply anti-trust laws to unions.
Hoffa later denied making such

I throat in a sDeech at Browns

ville, Tex. He said his remarks
were misinterpreted.
The fiery Teamsters boss told
2,500 cheering local union mem members
bers members Sunday that the union would
stand solidly in back of the steel

workers. even though that union

once voted to throw the Teamsters
out of the AFL-CIO.

Hoffa said he would work for

the steelworkers "because if the
employers destroyed them they

would try to destroy us. tie aiso

indicated he had notified steei
workers chiefs of hli decision,

The steelworkers and repr

sentatives of the nation's major

steel companies ire currently ne

gotiating a new contract in New

York.

RECEIVES blPLOMAS Col. Ralph A. Jones, Jr.. command commanding
ing commanding officer of the 1st Battle Oroup, 20th Infantry, congratulatei
member! of O Company, stationed at Fort Gulick. as he pre presents
sents presents high School diplomas. Men earned these after success success-tv$y
tv$y success-tv$y passing end-of-cours testa of tha general education

development series, which are open to all personnel of the
UJS. Armd Forces. From left are Pvt. Charles W. Martin. Pvt.
John A. Bryant, 8p4 Paul F. Van Ryn, Pfc. Ronald Ernett,
Pvt. Daniel J. Baker and Jone(U.8. Army Photo)
..,

The union boss blasted Sen

John F. Kennedy (D-Mass.), co

author of the Kennedy-Ervin labor
reform bill passed by the Senate.

He said the bill was a "master "masterpiece
piece "masterpiece envisioned by a professor

who sits at school and dosen't

know the rear end of a truck

from the. front." He said the mea
sure would destroy organized la

bor.

"What does Kennedy know
about 'abor?" Hoff asked. "He

was delivered to school by lim

ousine and waited on by a hand

maiden all his life.

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Caracas Oil Fire

Causes Million

Damane In Two Daws

CARACAS. Venezuela (UPI)

An oil fire raging for two days

was estimated yesterday to have

caused three million dollars dam damage
age damage to the installations f the
Mene Grande Oil Co.. in Puerto

La Cruz

The estimate was tniai oy a
spokesman for the eompany, a
luhsidiarv of the Gulf OH Co.
The fire started In one of the
company's pumping stations lo located
cated located within the urban area of
Puerto La Cruz, a port on the
Caribbean, tbout 140 miles east
of Caracas.
More than 1,000 families were
clnlty of the burning station as a
removed from homes In the vl vl-precaution.
precaution. vl-precaution. The spokesman said,
however, that danger of the fire
spreading had waned as fire
fighters nad succeeded in confin confining
ing confining the laze to the pumping

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Charley Coe Leads Nine Americans Into British Amateur econ o n

By HENRY THORNBERRY
SANDWICH, England (UPI)
U. S. Amateur champion Charley
Coe of Oklahoma City, the 5-1
title favorite, led nine other
American into the second round
of the British Amateur golf cham
pionship Monday in a steam-roller
mass advance marred by the de defeat
feat defeat of only one member of the
victorious Walker Cup team.
In all, three Americans were
beaten in the hone-chilling winds
whipping in off the English Chan Channel
nel Channel but the only major casualty
was Walker Clipper Tom Aaron
of Gamesville, Ga. Aaron battled
through 21 holes before losing to
veteran Leslie Randall of Eng
land, 1 up.

Nine Draw Byes
Nine other Americans drew
byes into the second round and
they'll play Tuesday along with
MOnday's 10 survivorsCoe, 19-
year-old Jack Nicklaus of Colum Columbus,
bus, Columbus, Ohio, Bill Ilyndman of Abing Abington.
ton. Abington. Pa.. Billy Joe Patton of Mor Morganton.
ganton. Morganton. NC Master Sgt. Harold
Ridley of Havertown. Pa., Jack
Penrose of Miami. Mai. W. D.
Eenderson of San Francisco. DA
Ernie Vandeweghe of Rockville
Centre, N.Y., Peter Grant of
Phoenix, Ariz.. and Lieut. Bill
Gibson of Louisville, Ky.
Coe, WO down at the fifth ana
shaky on the greens at the start.

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By PETER UEBERSAX
MUNICH. Germany (UPI)Aft (UPI)After
er (UPI)After a heated hour and one-half de debate
bate debate behind closed doors, the In International
ternational International Olympic Committee
Monday put off a decision on rec rec(ignition
(ignition rec(ignition of both the Chinese Na National
tional National and Communist Olympic
groups.
TO Soviet proposal that Red
China be readmitted to the 1.0.C.
as China's only Olympic represen representative
tative representative was sent hack to the I.O.C.
Executive Committee "for further
study." The Russian delegate also
demanded that Nationalist China
be expelled from the organization.
As a result of the action, only
Nationalist China may now send
a team to the Olympics, unless
the Chinese Communists change
their mind and return to the
1.0.C. and accept the Formosa
group's presence. Red China quit
the I.O.C. earlier this year in pro protest
test protest over continued recognition of
the Nationalists.
In other sction, the I.O.C. dele delegates
gates delegates delayed a vote on the 1964
Olympic sites until Tuesday aft

WOn going away from Eustavce
Crawley of England, 5 and 3,
Allen the Briton three-putted fou:
of the last six holes.

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Nicklaus Hot

Nicklaus and Hyndman plaved
Hie best golf of the day, quickly
turning their matches into roats,
llyndman, two tinder par for 10
holes at the Royal St. George's
iccurse, won nine of the 10 for a
19 and 8 victory over Tom Hart Hartwright
wright Hartwright of England. Nicklaus, 1J 1J.yearold
.yearold 1J.yearold sophomore at Ohio State
land baby of the Walker C u p
team, walloped Henry Hubble of
England, 8 and 6. Nicklaus we:1;
nine of the 12 holes in the match
anti losing only the eighth by
three-putting.
Patton ousted Nigel Howard
former British cricket star, 7 and
5.11idley, tough. 45-year-old A i r
Force sergeant who finished sec second
ond second to Scotland's Reid Jack two
years ago. bowled over Tom Tor
rance of Scotland, 5 and 3.
Penrose, a 44-year-old Florida
insurance man who makes fre frequent
quent frequent trips to Britain on golfing
i holidays. trimmed Eddie Shanash
lof Scotland, 4 and 3. Vande Vandeweghe,
weghe, Vandeweghe, former New York Knicks
pro baskethaller stationed with
the Army in Germany. defeated
IA. Nimmo of England. 5 and
3. and Gran! moved un by down downing
ing downing C, R. Burn of England, 2 and

10C Puts Off Decision
On Recognition Of Both
Chinese Oiympic Teams

ernoort and invite(' South and
North Korea to an 1.0.C.-sponsore('
conference here on forming
a unifiA Korean Olympic team.
Representatives of Detroit,
Tokyo, Brussels and Vienna each
ma(b, 45-minute presentations on
hehalf of their cities to play
1 hosf to the 1964 games. Tokyo
was rated the bes bet to grt the
, qames when theAglegates vote
!Tuesday.
1.0.C. Chancellor Otto Mayer
said one compromise proposal on
' the chinese question had been
worked out earlier by the Execu Executive
tive Executive Committee. Red China was
, to have been made China's offi official
cial official representative, but the Na Nationalist
tionalist Nationalist Chinese would continue
' in the 1.0.C. as the representa representatives
tives representatives of "Taiwan.' However, this
Proved to be unacceplahle to both
Communist and most Western del delegates.
egates. delegates. "Neither of the two Chinas
would have accepted it either,'
Mayer said. "We have learned
'that indirectly, although none of
1 the two sent delegates here.'

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Berra Hitting'
AgainCasey
Smilini Again

By JOE SARGIS
NEW YORK (UFOCasey Sten Stengel's
gel's Stengel's smilin' againand it's no
coincidence that Yogi Berra's hit hittin'
tin' hittin' again.
Although still a last-place man manager,
ager, manager, 01' Case indicated his New
York Yankees appear to be com coming
ing coming out of their slump and he
singled out Berra as the man who
has done the most to stimulate
his optimism.
"We're looking better,' Stengel
said, "because Berra is hittin'.
And the way he's been goin'
lately, he can't go up there with without
out without missing.'
Translated into everyday Eng English,
lish, English, what Casey meant is that
Berra has been clicking along at
a .328 clip in the last 14 games,
with 12 runs batted in and all of
his five homers in that span.
Even the news that he may
have to do without two of his star
pitchersWhitey Ford and Don
Larsenfailed to dampen the old
manager's spirit, because he has
been saying all along that what
has hurt the team the most hp.s
been its lack of hitting.
Larsen and Ford, whose week weekend
end weekend victories over Baltimore
helped stop the team's skid, came
out of the split with the Orioles
with minor ailments, which may
or may not prevent them from
taking their rrxt regular turns.
Larsen, the team's top pitcher
with a 4-0 record, has a sore arm
of sorts while Ford, who pitched
a neat two-hitter in Sunday's first
game victory over Baltimore, has
a pulled muscle in his left thigh.

Prexy's Birthday
Basketball Game
Set For Saturday

All is in readiness for the annual
President of the Republic Basket Basketball
ball Basketball Classic. which will be held on
Satttrday, May 30, commencing at
8 p.m. in the National Gymnasium
of Panama City. onposite the Na National
tional National Guard Headquarters.
prifiQidno ,-; 'n fin la Guardia
Jr. will reward the victor of
"Ve eranos "pi-lama VS. Los
Guaracheros de Colon" game with
a beautiful trophy which he has
nersonally selected for this sports
restival in commemoration of his
birthday.
The Republican Band will fur
nish music for the event. Admis
sion will be free for everyone. The
gates will be opened from 6 p.m.
to accommodate earlygoers.

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Fastlich Teeners To Compiete
VFW Schedule Tomorrow
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Weather permitting, the Fast lict
Teeners will complete their V.F.W
Teener League schedule in a
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1001.

Dani?l Barrett was the only
jockey suspended over the week weekend
end weekend at the President Remon race racetrack.
track. racetrack. He got four meets foi
crowding Pichoto and Guacamaya
with Oki land at the start of Sun Sunday's
day's Sunday's fourth race.
Francisquito, Rhea Calls, 'rake 'rakeaway
away 'rakeaway and Second Cup each got
two weeks suspension for assort assorted
ed assorted ailments.
Jockey Antonio Jordan was ex excused
cused excused from riding over the week weekend
end weekend by the track's physician, Dr.
Alonso Roy, and will be able to
ride again until pronounced phy physically
sically physically fit by Dr. Roy.
Red Label's trainer, Gaston A Aguilar,
guilar, Aguilar, netted a $5 fine for not us using
ing using the correct colors on the norse
in Sunday's last race.
Only six three-year-olds vnte
enteTed for the June 14 $2,000 add added
ed added one mile Press Classic. The
owners of Bob, Pan Tostado, Ta Tatin,
tin, Tatin, Granadero, Nebrisca and Don
1,ucho paid the initial nomination
fees.

I

DOWN BUT THEREDespite two players trying to hold him, Bernie Merigue of Wigan
scores a touchdown through the Hull line in London. Winner of the Rugby League final
a year ago, Wigan retained the cup by winning, 30-13. American football is Rugby off-shoot.

CAMP BIERD II :II
Double Feature
"HOT NEWS" and
"CRY BABY KILLER'.

By Courado Sargeant

Betting was about par over the
weekend at the local oval. A total
of $119,009 went through the parti partimutuel
mutuel partimutuel machines $55,011 on Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and $04,058 on Sunday.
o0o
At present, Carrasco leads
Webb by seven points with Da Damian
mian Damian Samudio of Critics in thitd
place. 16 points behind Weob.
Another ten points further bad(
is Roberto Maduro of La File.
o0o
Braulio Baeza had the fans buzz buzzing
ing buzzing again over the weekend, with
aeveral eye-popping rides. He won
seven races in the two days as
compared to only three for his
arch-rival Heliodoro (Papito) Gus Gustines.
tines. Gustines. While Gustines only managed to
win with Shah Gal, Henco and
Buen Mozo 11, Baeza pushed hoi,,e
several bad-legged "never-wascs''
such as Contra lor, Red Label and
Tingat.
Shah Gal was excluded from
betting, Ilene has proven him himself
self himself to be one of the really great
natiyes of all times and Buen
zo 11 is already ratted one of thc
hest horses at the local oval al although
though although he has made only two
starts.
Baeza reminded most fans of
the mastery Jose (Paco) Bravo
had over Blas Aguirre when the
ilatter was at his peak. Cool-hcadled
Braulio had the hot-headed Pa

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Ma la Powers
"THE COLOSSUS OF
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"GUNSLINGERS" and
"OPERATION HAYLIFT"

SANTA CRUZ 7:00
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Cornet Borchers
"ISTANBUL"
in Cinema Scope & Color!

pito literally talking to himself at atter
ter atter the riding lessons he received
Sunday when lumbering Serres
Road was 'Braulived' home adead
of 2nd. Cup, Pan Tostado outlast outlasted
ed outlasted Alcaraz and Red Label was
weaved in and out toetween a
crowded field of horses in the
homestretch to hit the wire anead
of Neeful, frantically hand-ridden
by Gustines. In each instance it
appeared to impartial observers
that the best horse finished sec second
ond second and in each instance it was
Baeza on the winner, Gustmes on
the runner-up.

Last weekend's races were
lust a repetition of an old story
but, of course, Gustines fans will
only admit that the horses did
the running.
They will never admith that
the split second decisions made
by the quicker-thinking and ob obviously
viously obviously more-talented Bane is
usually the deciding factor.

The Pan Tostado-Alcaraz race
was a good example. Alcaraz, rat rated
ed rated an easy second some three
lengths ahead of Pan Tostabo.
was taken around pace-setting De
pendable entering the h o e estretch
stretch estretch while Baeza skimmed the
rail with Pan Tosiado. When the
animals straightened out, Pan Tos
tado was already ahead by about
a half-length. Alcaraz respowled
nobly and gained somewhat in the
stretch but the damage was al already
ready already done and another brainy
ride paid off for Baeza by a neck.
Baeza's seven victories now give
him a total of 111 wins for this
semester. lie has a good chatiee
of surpass his own record of 155
set in the second half of last ycar.
There are ten meets remaining in
this semester.

National Little League
Baseball Week Sought
By Senate Conunittee
WASHINGTON (UPI)The Sen Senate
ate Senate Judiciary Committee ap approved
proved approved a resolution Monday ask asking
ing asking the President to designate a
week in June each year as "N3-
done! Little League Baseball
Week.'
The resolution proposed he
week beginning the second Mon Monday
day Monday in June "in recognition of the
national and community benefits
resulting from Little League ac activity.'
tivity.' activity.' It already has passed
the House.

REDSKINS SIGN HUDSON

WASHINGTON (UPI) T h e
Washington Redskins have signed
defensive back Bob Hudson, a
veteran of eight years in the Na National
tional National Football League. The Red Redskins
skins Redskins acquired Hudson from the
Philadelphia Eagles this year in
exchange for Washington's num number
ber number four draft choice in 1960.

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in Technicolor!
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Joanne Moore in
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Weather permitting, the Fast lich
Teeners will complete their V.F.W.
Teener League schedule in a
game tomorrow afternoon at Jar Jarman
man Jarman Field, Fort Clayton. The
game scheduled for 4 p.m. will see
them in action against the Arm Armed
ed Armed Forces.
The Armed Forms Teeners,
fresh from their first win, will
face Fastlich with added confid confidence
ence confidence and should give a good ac account
count account of themselves.
In the event of rain or wet
grounds tomorrow, the game will
be attempted the following aher ahernoon
noon ahernoon on the same diamond, or un until
til until it is possible to complete it.
Sunday the Curundu boys will
play the Atlantic Teeners at 1 p.
at Ft. Clayton in the wind-up of
the league play. This will be fol
lowed on June 4 with the selection
of the 15 players who will corn cornprise
prise cornprise the all star team that will
compete in the V. F. W. Natio:ma!
Teen-er Baseball Tournament at
Hershey, Pa. The committee will
ineet at V. F. W. Post 40 in Pe..
dro Miguel at 7:30 p.m.
Gilbert Morland, who was to
have been chairman and coordi coordinator
nator coordinator on the committee, has had
to withdraw due to the neces.siiy
of making a business trip to ale
United States. Ernest Cotton
from the Atlantic community has
agreed to ,take over the job. Cot Cotton,
ton, Cotton, 'well-known on the Isthmus,
has had long association with
baseball and is well qualified to
help in the selection.
National rules require, that
when an all star team is selected.
each team in the league must be
represented on the all star team
The all star team will play as
many games as the weather and
bookings permit before departure
for the United States on July 25.
At the final game the drawings
will be held on the booster tickets.
First drawing will be a $100 Sav Savings
ings Savings Bond. Second and third draw drawings
ings drawings will be a $50 and $25 Savitigs
Bond. respectively. Winners do
Hnot have to he present. u c ky
numbers will be published in this
newspaper.

Sports Briefs

PATTERSON SHARP IN DRILLS
CHATHAM, N.J. (UPI)--Ileavyweight
champion Floyd Patterson
appeared eager and sharp during
a four-round workout with three
sparring partners Sunday in preP preParation
aration preParation for his June 25 title de defense
fense defense against Sweden's Ingemar
Johansson.
COHEN TRACK CAPTAIN
NEW YORK (UPI) Donald
Cohen, 20-year-old junior from
Jersey City, N.J., today was
named captain of the 1960 Colum Columbis
bis Columbis varsity track team. Cohen
holds the metropolitan AAU title
for the 60-yard high hurdles.
AMIN WINS "ELITLOPPET'
STOCKHOLM, Sweden (UPD
Jamin, with Jean Riaud in the
sulky, won Sweden's biggest trot trotting
ting trotting race, the "Elitloppet,' Sun Sunday
day Sunday with time of 1:211 The
French wonder horse will race at
Roosevelt Raceway, New York,
this summer.

HARTACK HOSPITALIZED

MIAMI, Fla. (UPI) Jockey
Willie Hartack, under suspension
Garden State for "reipTh
ing" to stewards, said he would
enter a hospital today for a three threeday
day threeday medical check-up Itartack
fears he may have developed ulcers.

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National League

TEAMS
Milwaukee
San Francisco
Pittsburgh
Los Angeles
Chicago
Cincinnati
St. Louis
Philadelphia

W L
23 14
21 18
20 18
22 20
21 21
18 21
17 22
IS 23

Today's Games
Pittsburgh at Milwaukee ;N)
Los Angeles at San Fco. (N)
Philadelphia a,t Cincinnati (N)
Only games scheduled.

YesterdUy's Results
Los Angeles 004 020 011-8 9 0
San Pco. 000 000 000-0 2 1
Podres (5-2) and Pignatano.
McCormick (2-3), Worthington,
Shipley and Schmidt.,

(Night Game)
Mil. 000 100 000-3 8 1
Phi. 00 000 51x-7 10 0
Buhl (2-3), McMahon, Giggle
and Crandall.
Cardwell (1-2), Semproch and
Sawatski.

(Night Game)
Chicago 230 000 211-9 10 1
St. Louis 200 001 100-4 11 4
Anderson (3-3), Henry and S.
Taylor.
Cheny, Groglio (0-3), Kellner,
Brosnan and H. Smith.

GUNCLUB
NOTES

CRISTOBAL

0

Pct. GB
.622
. 538 3
326 4
324 312
. 500 412
.462 6
. 436 8
.395 812

Mr. "X", a keen-eyed gent with
a whilom passion for anonymity,
starred distinctly'. in the Ray 20
trapshooting at the'Cristobal Gun
Club, going way out in front trom
16 yards with a perfect string,
scoring 24 ex 25 from 21 yards and
bowing by only one bird to Art
Sutton's 22 broken at doubles.
Faced with,tompetition-of sueh
an order, all Isthmian Trapshoot-,
ing Assocation gunners, present or
prospective, are offered one last
chance to practice at the Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal Club's grounds near Margari Margarita,
ta, Margarita, where the Canal Zone State
Shoot will be hekt on May 30 and
31. Next practice'will start, at 4:30
p.m., May 27.
The State Shoot itself starts at
9:30 on Saturday mornidg. Regis Registration
tration Registration of shooters will take place
between 9.00 and 9:30, with no
squadding to be done after shoot shooting
ing shooting commences. Two hundred
targets from 16 yards is program programmed.
med. programmed. On Sunday, with registration and
squadding scheduled as b'efore, 100
targets are offered at handicap,
and 50 pairs of doubles.
Twenty seven prizes, valued at
$750, will be awarded, as weli
optional purses, and the Disharoon
Trophy, won last year by Bill Cun Cunningham,
ningham, Cunningham, will again be put at
slake. The trophies go on display
,in the Margarita Clubhouse
1Wednesday afternoon.

Aside from Mr. "X" and Sutton,
Walter Johnston also shot weii Gri
the 20th, breaking 20 from 1G
yards and 22 from 20 yards. Bill
Brandi made 21 from 20 yards.
J. C. Lastinger 24
Joe Kueter 23
J. B. Shields 23
F. Cho liar 22
Sutton (20 ga.) 21
C. Hayward 19
J. Mitchell 1R

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23
22
21
19
18

Last night an all-star selection
of Navy bowlers defeated the vi visitors
sitors visitors from. the United States Mili Military
tary Military Missions to Venezuela in two
of three games al the Fiftecilth
Naval District lanes.
The Missions won the opening
round by coming from behind. As
late as the fifth frame the Mis
sions were five marks down but
a rally netted them the game by
33 pins. Although Sid Sperling
was not tops in this game, his
four strikes in a row featured the
rally. The Navy team ran into ten
splits which played an important
part of their output.
, In the second game. the home hometown
town hometown Navy evened the match by a
substantial margin. Willie Watson
smacked a 224 game. The Missions
went down by 141 sticks in this
tussle.
With all honors, even, both teams
tossed strikos and spares on an
even basis first one team would
be a mark or two ahead, and then
the other would take the lead, but
in the end the Navy- prevailed.
thanks a great deallo two 200
games.
For the winning Navy aggrega aggregation,
tion, aggregation, Dorsey Tyndall was the high
man of the evening with a 555 st stries.
ries. stries. Willie Watson had a 544 and
George Bell 511. For the Missions
from Venezuela, Toney Romeo
had the high series as well the
high game for his gang with a 203-

American League

TEAMS
Cloy land
Chicago
Baltimore
Washington
Kansas City
Detroit
Boston
Now York

Today's Games
Cleveland at Chicago (N)
Detroit at Kansas City (N)
Boston at New York (N)
Washington at Baltiore (N)

.,

Yesterday's Results
(Night Game)
Detroit 000 010 300-4 6
Kansas City 000 100 101-3 8 1
Davie (1-1), Narleski and Wit
son.
Coleman (0-3), Gorman a n d
House.

Only game scheduled.

Katherine Purdy
May P.W.G.A.
Tourney Winner

By M. DALTON
Katherine Purdy turned in a
neat 80 last Saturday at the Pa Panama
nama Panama Golf Club thereby, winning
low gross and low net honors in
the May PWGA tournament.
Thirty-seven PWGA members,
including several new members,
participated. The ;' 11(111r. members
are Mrs. Ninomija and Mrs. Ni4
chols.
The lovely prizes selJected by
Bev Dilfer, the club representa representative,
tive, representative, were supplemented by dona;,.
tions from our regular sponsors,.
Jack Schor wh donated' a boktle4
of House of Lords Scotch, and Na National
tional National Distillers who donated a bot bottle
tle bottle of House of Lords Scotch, si.d
National Distillers who donated a
bottle of King George Scoten.
A very nice surprise were gifts
donated by the Minister of t h et, .,
Japanese Legation, his excellenct.i
Ken Ninomija. These were beautit..,
ful Noritaki coffee and tea s,ez,s
and naturally were the first prizes
chosen.

Other players who won prize3',',
were:

Mrs. Nichols (a
Helen Sliker
Cleo Burns
Connie Bishop
Alyce French
Jean Sullivan
Ruth Tortorieci
B. J. Nelson
Ginny Senn
Marion Mallory
Pearl Trim
Bev Differ

Navy All Stars
Donsey Tyndall
Ronnie King
Ray Dube
Willie Watson
George Bell
Lou Castro
Don McGuire
Totals

il

W L Pct. GI
23 13 i639
23 IS .605 1
22 17 .564 21A
19 21 .475 6
17 19 .472 6
16 22 .421
IS 21 .417 8
14 21' .400 812

Net Score
Mrs. Nichols (a new member 73 7.
Elden Sliker 74..
Cleo Burns 74
Thnnie Bishop 74
Alyce French 75,,
Jean Sullivan 75 -,
Ruth Tortoricci 76on
B. J. Nelson 77
Ginny Senn 77 Yn
,
Marion Mallory 78 :
Pearl Trim 78
Bev Dilfer 79 ',h,
This was the last Isthmian PW'"
GA tournament for Liz Weber wrin:::
is leaving soon. We bid Liz "adios'
with regret and hope she will fuel :'
a fine golf course close to the nevir.'.
assignment. a,
The appreciation of Pwrz 4 ------.
hers goes to the staff of the Plna.th
ma Golf Club for use of toe .-
lilies.
By the way, Kay Purdy says ts ';
drop in for tea anytime.
...

U.S. Missioti to Von.
Tony Romeo 143 177 203 523
Chuck Bagley 146 134 189 461
Walt Sheeler 140'188 144 tin
Sid Sperling 166 100 154 421
Milt Castleman 188 159 160 501
Totals 712 751 15ns 7191

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NAVY BEATS VENEZUELA 523. Milt Castleman, also. of the.;
Missions, completed the ranks of --
,ast night an all-star selection 500 scratch bowlers.
Navy bowlers defeated the vi vins
ns vins from the United States Mill- The Navy presented fourtem
'y Missions to Venezuela in two trophies for the winners and los.
three games al the Fifteeilth ers plus trophies for ,the high
val District lanes. games for each side. y,
'he Missions won the opening
ind by coming from behind. As Today, the visiting Missions will, ;
e as the fifth frame the Mis take on an ali-Army team at ths
ns were five marks down but Kobbe Lanes at 2:30 p.m. and
rally netted them the game by 7 o'clock they tackle the Major,.
pins. Although Sid Sperling League selection at Balboa. To-
s not tops in this game, his morrow they play a doubleheador,"'
1r strikes in a row featured the first against an all-Canal Zane
ly. The Navy team ran into ten civilian team, then an all-Panw,
its which played an 'important manian team.. The site of thic-,
rt of their output. doubleheader will also be Baibor."'
In the second game. the home- Thursday the Missions will Mlle.
wn Navy evened the match by a elude their bowling travels by ries
bstantial margin. Willie Watson siting Albrook to take on a teani
lacked a 224 game. The Missions of Elyers.
down by 141 sticks in this
isle. U.S. Mission to Von.

143 177 203 523
146 134 189 400
140'188 144 tir
166 100 154 420
188 159 160 50;
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gel's smilin' again-and it's no 4 it011( 1,11SoN
Coe of Oklahoma City, the 5-1
Nicklaus Hot coincidence that Yogi Berra's hit- -1"n's',-:,!!:::-:5-:,;11,e'llio!!!-:"':!..-!,;,,!Ifvtr' ..Q :' .::::1"'-,;:::!- --;.ss,!4!;:,,.,-',(( National League American League
title favorite, led nine other i
tin' again. 45;!,-.3:((16,1.11(((4440-:,-irw;:J ,..f..,,,t,k.:',.. ,-:!(;,;,,,,?,71,,,i1.,., I:! I.- !. .!..... ...,?- ,,r-;,..i '-'$((,,741
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of the British Amateur golf cham Nicklaus and Hyndman played Although still a last-place mad- -,aos,::44:14:tt,0404:!Ii:t;t::!::i::.!$,!...:::,;!,tit,M:IMT
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pionship MondaY in a steam-roller Ithe .hest gIf of the daY, quickly ager, 01' Case indicated his New '1'!!:!$- :, '!,,:::;:Q0!::,.,..,:?---::;-.::4::'-r,: :.: ,...::,,o-(
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dvance marred bv the de- turning their matches into roais, or an ees appear o e com commass
mass commass a f th 7;7 '-!' rrj'-e ele1e1!,!:::e.11'1!.-'''leeAteeeleiVeMtteeeek!e-eei
ing out of their slump and he K,,..,:1..4:.;,,i::::,..:::i:-.,t -P,,,:,:: -:,,,,. ,,:OpZA:-.:.-:.-14, 20 IIII .526 4 Baltimore 22 17 .564 2Ve
feat of only one member o e Ilyndman. two under par for 10
singled out Berra as the man who -14.0r.74,,,'-i0;-!,,!!!!0,,:,.,:!'-:,,:--';',,,',,lei,31: oi,"-1,!!'!,14:,..t.:!,,O.....-:-!!,,,,',!,,,.,..!!-tTe,!!!!,!,;!7., ,,,,rns,,, ; ,,,.:,,, ,,,,,(4 Los Angeles 22 20 .524 312 Washington 19 21. .475 6
victorious Walker Cup team. holes at the Royal St. George's
has done the most to stimulate ... .... ,.,,,,..,.. .. .,, ,, , Chicago 21. 21 .500 412 Kansas City 17 19 .472 6
In all, three Americans were c(urse, won nine of the 10 for a
Cincinnati 18 21 .462 6 Detroit 16 22 .421 8
beaten in the hone-chilling winds 9 and 8 victory over .Tom Hart- his oPtimisms
We're looking better,' Stengel DOWN BUT THERE-Despite two players trying to hold him, Bernie McTigue of Wigan
scores a touchdown through the Hull line in London. Winner of the Rugby League final St. Louis 17 22 .436 8 Boston IS 21 .417 8
whipping in off the English Chan- wright of England. Nicklaus, 1J 1JPhiladelphia
Philadelphia 1JPhiladelphia lv major casualty yearold sophomore at Ohio State sAaid, "because Berra is hittin'.
a year ago, Wigan retained the cup by winning, 30-13. American football is Rugby off-shoot. 15 23 ,395 812 New York 14 21'..400 810
re) but the on . nd the way he's been goin'
was Walker Clipper Tom Aaron and baby of the Walker C u p
lately,. he ca,n;i go up there with- 1 Today's Games Today's Games 4
of Gainesville. Ga. Aaron battled team, walloped Henry Hubble of
through 21 holes before losing to England, 8 and 6.
Nicklaus we:-;1- out missing.
Translated into everyday Eng- i Pittsburgh et Milwaukee :N) Cleveland at Chicago (N)
veteran Leslie Randall of Eng nine of the 12 holes in the match
lish, what Casey meant is that I F
Los Angeles at San t-co. (N) Detroit at Kansas City (N)
land, 1 up. and losing only the eighth by
Berra has been clicking along at astlich Teeners To Complete
three-putting. Philadelphia at Cincinnati (N) Boston at New York (N)
a .328 clip in the last 14 games,
Patton ousted Nigel Howard
Nine Draw Byes Only games scheduled. Washington at Baltiore (N)
with 12 runs batted in and all of
former British cricket star, 7 and --
his,five homers in that span.
Nine other Americans drew 5Ridley, tough. 45-year-old A i r
Even the news that he may VFW Schedule Tomorrow Yesterday's Results Yesterday's Results
.
by into the second round and Force sergeant who finished sec
have to do without two of his star
theeys'll play TiMsday along with ond to Scotland's Reid Jack two
pitchers-Whitey Ford and Don Los Angeles 004 020 011-8 9 0 (Night Game)
Mtmday's 10 survivors-Coe, 19- years ago. howled over Tom Tor
Larsen-failed to dampen the old ) San I-co. 000 000 000-0 2 1 Detroit 000 010 300-4 6 0
year-old Jack Nicklaus of Colum-, ranee of Scotland, 5 and 3. Podres (5-2) and Pignatance Kansas City 000 100 101-3 8 1
44 e r Id Florida
bus, Ohio, Bill Ilyndman of Ahing- Penrose, a -y a -o k f manager's spirit, because he has ---
Weather permitting, the Eastlich McCormick (2-3), Worthington, Davie (1-1), Narleski and Wit
ying all along that what
Teeners will complete their V.F.W. Shipley and Schmidt., e
ton. Pa.. Billy Joe Patton of Mor- i insurance man who ma es 1 re- been sa
has hurt the team the most hp.s son.
ganton. N.0 Master Sgt. Harold (rent trips to Britain on go fmg HOOFBEATS Teener League schedule in a Coleman (0-3), Gorman a n d
Ridley of Havertown. Pa., ac
J k holidays. trimmed Eddie Shanash ioeen its lack of hitting.
Larsen and Ford, whose week- game tomorrow afternoon at Jar- (Night Game) House.
Penrose of Miami. Maj. W. D. of Scotland, 4 and 3. Vande VandeBy
By VandeBy Courado Sargeant man Field, Fort Clayton. The Mil. 000 100 000-3 8 1
end victories over, kRaltimore
Ilenderson of San Francisco. D weghe, former New York Knicks
helped stop the team s s id, came game scheduled for 4 p.m. will see Phi. 00 000 51x-7 10 0 Only game scheduled.
Ernie eandeweghe of Rockville pro basketballer stationed with
out of the split with the Orioles ,, them in action against the Arm Buhl (2-3), McMahon, Giggle
Centre. N.Y., Peter Grant of the Army in Germanly.ddefeated
ed Forces. and Crandall.
5 and
Phoenix, Ariz.. and Lieut. Rill A. .1, Nimmo of Eng an .
with minor ailments, which may
Daniel Barrett was the only pito literally talking to himself al- The Armed Forces Teeners, Cardwell (1-2), Semproch and .
Gihson of Louisville, Ky. taking their rrxt r,egular turns.
3. and Grant moved Urt by down- or may not prevent them from
jockey suspended over the week- ter the riding lessons lie received fresh from their first win, will Sawatski. Katherine Purdy
COE 4W0 down at the fifth and ing C. R. Burn of England, 2 and
Larsen, the team s top pitcher end at the President Rem race- Sunday when lumbering Serres face Fastlich with added confid-
shaky on the greens at the start. H with a 4-0 record, has a sore arm track. He got four meets fot Road was 'Braulived' home ailead ence and shouId give a good ac- (Night Game) ;
--e- -- of sorts while Ford, who pitched crowding Pichoto and Guacamaya of 2nd. Cup, Pan Tostado outlast- count of themselves. Chicago 230 000 211-9 10 1
a neat two-hitter in Sunday's first with Okiland at the start of Sun- ed Alcaraz and Red Label was In the event of rain or wet St. Louis 200 001 100-4 11 4 May PallitGA
10C Puts Off Decision game victory over Baltimore, has
a pulled muscle in his left thigh. weaved in and out between a grounds tomorrow, the game will Anderson (3-3), Henry and S.
irancisquito, Rhea Calls, 'rake- crowded field of horses in the be attempted the following al-er- Taylor. 4 70
dig's fourth race.
away and Second Cup each got homestretch to hit the wire anead noon on the same diamond, or un- Cheny, Groglio 0-3), Kellner, q"
iourney Winner
two weeks suspension for assort- of Neeful, frantically hand-ridden til it is possible to complete it. Brosnan and H. Smith.
On Recognition Of Both Prexy's Birthday ed ailments. by Gustines. In each instance it Sunday the Curundu boys will
Jockey Antonio Jordan was ex- appeared to impartial observers play the Atlantic Teeners at 1 p.
Basketball Game cused from riding over the week- that the best horse finished sec- at Ft. Clayton in the wind-up of
end by the track's physician, Dr. ond and in each instance it was the league play. This will be fol
Baeza on the winner, Gustines on lowed on June 4 with the selection GUN CLU B
By M. DALTON
Chinese Oiympic Teams Set For Saturday rAildoensaogalnoy,unatniid pwr oi inl
sically fit by Dr. Roy.
oubenceadhleph)to
- the runner-up. of the 15 players who will com comprise
prise comprise the all star team that will 1 NOTES
Katherine Purdy turned in a .
neat 80 last Saturday at the Pa Pa-
- Pa- o - Red Label's trainer, Gaston A- Last weekend's races werd compete in the V. F. W. Natioaal
luutst a repetition of an old story Teener Baseball Tournament at CRISTOBAL name Golf Club thereby. winning
low gross and low net honors in
By PETER UEBERSAX ernoon. and invite(' South and he correct colors on the norse
All is in readiness for the annual guilar, netted a $5 fine for not us usb
b usb of course, Gustines fans will Hershey, Pa. The committee will the May PWGA tournament
North Korea to an 10C.-spon- President of the Repuhlic Basket- ing t
only admit that the horses did Meet at V. F. W. Post 40 in Pe. Mr. "X", a keen-eyed gent with
Th.
irty-seven PWGA members,
UPI) Aft- 'sored (onference here on forming
MUNICH. Germany ( -o0ohall
Classic. which will be held on in Sunday's last race.
the running. dro Miguel at 7:30 p.m. a whilom passion for anonymity,
a including several new members,
er a heated hour and one-half de- a unifiM Korean Olympic team. Sattirdav May 30. commencing at
Gilbert Morland, who was to starred distinctly hi the 11tay eu e --. ,,
rumpaten The ,' new- members
bate behind closed doors, the In- Representatives of Detroit,
the split second deeisions made nator on the committee, has had
it th N t d f r the June 14 $2,000 add- They will never admith that have been chairman and coordi coordi8.p.2.
8.p.2. coordi8.p.2. rn the National Gymnasium Only six three-year-olds ente
v ama City onpos e e a- en ere o trapshooting at the'Cristobal Gun 1' - -
Club, going way out in front trom ,
are errs. eunomna ana Mrs. Nie
ternational Olympic Committee !Tokyo. Brussels and Vienna each Or ,
ed one mile Press Classic. The
Monday put off a decision o
! n rec- l mad. 45-minute presentations on tional Guard Headquarters. by the quicker-thinking and ob- to withdraw due to the neceseiiy 16 yards with a perfect strine et'121's
bowing by only one bird to Art
scoring 24 ex 25 from 21 yards and The lovely prizes seliected by
tioi.fo nHs
&trillion of both the Chinese Na- hehalf of their cities to PlaY Pre,-;Into "- -'n tin la Guardia owners of Bob, Pan Tostado, Ta Taviously
viously Taviously more-talented Baena is of making a business trip to tee Bev Dilfer the 1 b
, c u representa representaoufrseomof
oufrseomof representaoufrseomof oLourrdsescuolaterh s, aonnd oN-a.
tional and Communist Olympic 'host to the 1964 games. Tokyo 1,1,1 will reward the victor of tin, Granadero, Nebrisca and Don
" L L h aid the initial nomination usually the deciding factor. United States. Ernest C o t t o ri
from the Atlantic community has Sutton's 22 broken at doubles.
ac c or wh donated' a beetle:,
we, were supplemented by donee,.
groups. Has rated the bes bet to grt the iv eranos Le pnama N S. OS UC o p
Guaracheros de Colon" game with fees.
The Pan Tostado-Alcaraz race agreed to ,take over the job. Cot Cotwes
wes Cotwes a good example. Alcaraz, rat- ton, eyell-known on the Isthmus, Faced withatompetition eaf swill
an order, all Isthmian Trapshoon J k S h .r g P "Ss'
!eames when thecielegates vote 1
vilre Soviet proposal that Red ITtlesda-.- - la beautiful trophy which he has ----o0oing
Assocation gunners, present or
I personally selected for this sports i Betting was about par over the
China be readmitted to the 1.0.C. e an easy second some three 'has had long association with
r stival in commemoration of his 'weekend at the local oval. A total d tional Distillers who donated a bot botas
as botas China's only Olympic represen- 1.0.C. Chancellor Otto Mayer 1 e lengths ahead of Pan Tostailo. baseball and is well qualified to pro,
spectiye are offered one last
tative was sent back to the I.O.C. said one compromise proposal on .birthday. of $119,069 went through the parti- tle of House of Lords Scotch, sell
chance to practice at the Cristo Cristomutuel
mutuel Cristomutuel machines $55,011 on Sat- was taken around pace-setting De help in the selection. National Distillers who donated a
Executive Committee "foe further the chinese question had heen pendable entering the h o in e- National rules require, t h a t bat Club's grounds near Margate MargateThe
The MargateThe Republican Band will fur urday and $64,058 on Sunday. bottle of King George Scotcn
study." The Russian delegate also worked out earlier by the Execu- stretch while Baeza skimmed the when an all star team is selected. ta, where the Canal Zone State
nish music for the event. Admis -o0odemanded
that Nationalist China eve Committee. Red China was ,rall with Pan Tostado. When the each team in the league must be Shoot will be helet on May 30 and A very nice surprise were gifts
be expelled from the organization. to have been made China's offi- ill he free for everyone. The At present Carrasce leads
sion w donated by the Minister of thq-,,,
' animals straightened out Pan To re resented th 31. Next practicewill start at 4:30
gates will be opened from 6 p.m. Webb by seven points with Da- s p on e all star team
As a result of the action, only cial representative, but the Na- t d I p.m May 27. Japanese Legation, Ins excellency. I
to accommodate earlygoers. mian Samudio of Critics in thitd a o was a ready ahead by about The all star team will play as '' Ke N Th
Nationalist China may now send tionalist Chinese would continue a half-len th Alcaraz re d man The State Shoot itself starts at -n inomija. ese were beauti- -.,
place. 16 points behind Weob. g sponled y games as the weather and ful Noritaki coffee and t '
a team to the Olympics, unless in the I.0,C. as the representa- bl 9:30 on Sat' d
ur ay morning. Regis- ea sees,,,
the Chinese Communists chanee tives of "Taiwan.' However, this ege23Pe ;kk Another ten points further bad( no y and gained somewhat in the bookings permit before departure and naturally were the first prizes
t at. f h
r lon o s ooters will take place
stretch but the damage was al- for the United States on July 25.
their mind and return to the moved to be unacceplahle to both is Roberto Maduro of La File. chosen.
between 9.00 and 9:30, with no
1.0.C. and accept the Formosa Communist and most Western del- TODAY ENCANTO -25-15 i -o0o- ready done and another brainy At the final game the drawmgs sq dding to be d n
group's presence. Red China quit egates. WAHOO! $115.00 Braulio Baeza had the fans buzz- ride paid off for Baeza by a neck. will be held on the booster tickets. i-ella e after mt. Oth 1
commences. Two hundred er p ayers who won prizee ,,
, ing again over the weekend, with First drawing will be a $100 Say- were:
the I.O.C. earlier this year in pro
1 Rory Calhoun in Baeza's seven victories now give ings Bond. Second and third draw- targets from 16 yards is program- ...
test over continued recognition of "Neither of the two Chinas "Treasure Of Pancho Villa" enteral eye-popping rides. He won
him a total f
o 111 wins for this ings will be a $50 and $25 Savuig med. .-
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the Nationalists. would have accepted it either,' 1 Randoinh Scott in seven races in the two days as
semester He has a ood ch ti, Bond res e -s On Sunday, with registration and Net Score
In other sction, the I.O.C. dele- Mayer said. "We have learned 1 "RANGE AT DAWN" compared to only three for his - g a Le .p etively. Winners do squadding scheduled as before, 100 Mrs. Nichols (a new member 73 '',.
.. of surpass his own record of 155 'not have to be present. L u c k
gates delayed a Wile on the 1964 !that indirectly. although none of 1 arch-rival Heliodoro (Papito) Gus- . Y t Helen Sliker 74
argets are offered at handicap,
set in the second half of last year. numbers will be published I
Olympic sites until Tuesday aft-1the two sent delegates here.' tines. In t US Cleo Burns "'
There are ten meets remaining in newspaper. and 50 pairs of doubles. 74
While Gustines only managed to Connie Bishop 74
- this semester. Twenty seven prizes, valued at I
- win with Shah Gal, Henco and $750, will be awarded, as well as Alyce French 75
Buen Mozo II, Baeza pushed holee Jean Sullivan
optional purses, and the Disharoon 75.
,
TODAymleir Ela (1:117 ,, EE s T 0 D A y :,,,,,, c, aa ,,, bcaodniter a, foerd, R"ende ear bew ia saens d,
Nat.
tonal Little League S,ports Bne s riTirnogphhayin, wowniiiiasatgyaeina, tey Bpi,,,,,cuant. lutjh. ,Noeristoornicei 76rn
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7
Shah Gal was excluded from Baseball Week Sought stake. The trophies go on display
in the Margarita C 1 u b h o u s e Ginny Senn
Marion Mallory 77'n
78 ,
.
betting, Ilene has proven him- te Q Pearl Trim
Wednesday afternoon. 78
TIVOLI CAPIT01.10 VICTORIA R I 0 self to be one of the really great I 'Y '-' enate Committee PATTERSON SHARP IN DRILLS Bev Dilfer 79 4
35c. 20c. 25e. 15c. 15c. 25c. 15c. natiyes of all times and Buen Mo
zo 11 is already rated one of tec WASHINGTON (UPI)-The Sen- CHATHAM, N.J. (UPII-Ileav Aside from Mr. "X" and Sutton, This was the last tsth
Walter Johnston also shot wee en GA to mien Vele"
,
Y urnament for Liz Weber wene
BANK! $125.00 CARIBBEAN GOLD ate Judiciary Committee ap- weight champion Floyd Patterson
TARA1VA best horses at the local oval al- the 20th, breaking 20 from le is I 'n
eavi g soon. We bid Liz "adlos"''
BEACHHEAD THE MAGNIFICENT HOT NEWS with John Payne though he has made only two Proved a resolution Monday ask- appeared eager and 'sh d
arph uring yards and 22 from 20 d BR
yar s. i with regret and hope she will filid ;'
ROUGHNECK starts. -ing the President to designate a a four-round workout Brandt made 21 fr
wit three om 20 yards. a fine golf course close to the new'
- Also: - Also:
week in June each year as "Ne- sparring partners Sund J. C. Lastinger
- Also: Also: Baeza reminded most fans of ay in preP- 24 assignment.
A THOUSAND AND YOU'RE TOO the mastery Jose (Paco) Bravo week.,
tional Little League B a s e b a II aration for his June 25 title de-
Joe Kueter 23 The appreciation of Jew: ------e"-
' ONE NIGHTS CRIME IN THE THEM YOUNG had over Bias Aguirre when the The re
solution proposed t h e Johansson.
tense against Sweden's Ingemar J B. Shields
F. Chollar 23 bers goes to the staff of the Plninte
TREET with Jer Lewis latter was at his eak. Cool-hcadwith
Cornet Wilde S rY P we g
ek beginnin the second Mon- 22 ma Golf Club for use of ine e,.-
I!. ed Braulio had the hot-headed Pa- - Sutton (20 a.
g ) 21 lilies.
uay in June in recognition of the COHEN TRACK CAPTAIN C. Hayward 19 By the way, Kay Purdy says te-'
national and community benefits J. Mitchell
, 18 drop in for tea anytime. re
,--- resulting from Little League ac- NEW YORK (UPI) D Id -- , ...
ill tivitye It already has passed Cohen, 20-yearold junior nftlra -
.
.
' 1, Service Center Theatres the House. om Pile !l'
, Jersey Cityt N.J., tod a y was Aiet4,4, B 0 mo ,,,,,,,
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, ., rro -NtrrE $ 75.00 CASH ,1
TONIGHT named captain of the 1960 Colum Columbis
bis Columbis varsity track team. Cohen 71;;'.
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I holde the metropolitan AAU title
1 D Irt D 17 13 on D L141 "JACKPOrr"
1! BALBOA Air Conditioned
John Drew Barrymore WASIIINGTON (UPI) T h e
Washington Redskins have signed for the 60-yard high hurdles.
AMIN WINS "ELITLOPPET' '.. tertelleee eel" eapee -',, 44 me,-
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defensive back Bob Hudson, a
. Lita Milan --- o --- I
1 ,, veteran of eight years in the Na- STOCKHOLM, Sweden (UPI1- NAVY BEATS VENEZUELA 523. Milt C I
THEATER Plus "Never Love A Stranger
DIABLO HTS. tional Football League. The Red- Jamin, with Jean Riaud in the
in i e
7:00 sk s acqu r d Hudson from the sulky, won Sweden's biggest trot- Last night an all-star selection 500 scratch b
ast eman, also of the.;
. Missions, completed the ranks of
owlers. ei
; -1 -, -N hiladel h.
P p la Eagles this year in ting race, the "Elitloppete Sun Sunsitors
sitors Sunsitors from the United States Mill- The Navy presented fourte
, GIAN 1 1 1,10yd Nolan ber four draft choice in 1960. French wonder horse will rac at t M V I en,
:
Fie ?StiltP111SE PRIZE i Lana Turner of Navy bowlers defeated the vi-
. exchange for Washington's num- day with time of 1:211 The
- l Lee Phillips Terry Moore Roosevelt Raceway, New York,
e ary Ism:ins to enezue a In two trophies fr the winners and los- '' id
HENRY FONDA "PEYTON PLACE" of three games ad the Fifteeeth ers plus trophies for ,the h i g h ril,
this summer. Naval District lanes. games for each side. e
111141D00 in
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- The Missions won the opening .e.
HARTACK HOSPITALIZED
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THE WRONG MAN,' GAMBOA 7:00 TROPICAL
MIAMI, Fla. (UPI) Jockey
round by coming from behind. As Today, the visiting Missions will, ;
late as the fifth frame the Mis take on an aleArmy team at ths
NI'llE 1 'ohn Baragrey
Mahe Powers 1 0.60 TODAY! 0.40 Willie Hartack, under suspension
mons were five marks down but Kobbe Lanes at 2:30 p m and t-
a rally netted them the game by 7 o'clock the t d
y ackle th or a 4
Suspense Thriller "THE COLOSSUS OF GREAT FORTUNE NIGHT! et Garden State for "twee toe
33 I h el e M'ilt
pins. A t ough Si Sperling League selection at Balboa. TO
NEW YORK" in
. g to stewards, said he would was not tops in this game, his morrow the I
y p ay a doubleheaUer,'"
,
, four strikes in a row featured the first against an ell-Canal Zeno',
GATUN 7:00 $150.00 IN CASH enter a hospital today for a three threeday
day threeday medical check-un. Hartack
John Ireland 1 PRIZES! ars e may ave eve o
fe h h d I d
pe ul- rally. The Navy team ran into ten civilian team, tnen an all-Panoll
,
! Dorothy Malone ,i Be One of The Lucky Winners eerie splits which plaeed an 'important manian team. Th
e site of thile.,, 1
part of their output. doubleheader wil
"The Feet and The Furious"11 of These Cash Prises! I also be Balbor."-
In the second game. the home- Thursday the Missions will cone-- 4
PRIZIA14S MARGARITA 7:00 1 1st Prize S100.00 gm um In- I II- ... town Navy evened the match by a chide their bowling travels by lee
substantial margin. Willie Watson siting Albrook to take on a teani
Joan Fontaine 'DRIVE MI smacked a 224 game The Mission's of Flyers. .16
m.se Enseemot immin lonnonio 4 m onnlmom ommoom Burt LanCaSter i
' "KISS THE BLOOD OFF 2nd 25.06 went down by 141 sticks in Wit ,i, 4 t
, From Local Stores! MY HANDS" 3rd PO 15.0e 111 60e.
TODAY "") I tussle' U.S. Mission to Von.
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i , e 4th 10.00 30e. 9:00 Tony Romeo 143 177 203 523
,
' PARAISO 7:00 I A GREAT PICTURE! With all honors, even, both teams Chuck Bagley 146 134 189.4de
' BTESH CHICO de ORO Double Feature Tnr: FORTUNE NIGHT I I tossed strikes and spares on an Walt Sheeler 140 188 144 471.!
"GUNSLINGERS" and PLAYS AT 9:00 P.M. Henry FONDA In even basis first one team would Sid. Sperling 186 100 154 420
.
ARTELEC HANONO BRO I be a mark or two ahead, and then Milt Castleman -188 159 160 50; '-
I "OPERATION HAYLIFT" I "THE WRONG MAN"
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, a the other would take the lead, but Totals
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SANDWICH, England (UPI) .vthen the Briton three-putted fou: '.'.14.54.0.1.07; tal-
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of a twepert study of he
Strang. tOttittOPYr.)0 CMI,
D'Amste.

MURRAY OLDERMAN
NEw YORK IslEA) Cus D'-
Amato is this kind of a guy, He
gave Floyd. tatterion; a, monkey
his" man fancied In, pet shop--
anthing to keep the fighter hap happy,
py, happy, because without the heavy
weight champion D'Amato's
Strange Little World is kapiit.
Before the Roy Harris joust in
Los Angele011t August, Cus in interrupted
terrupted interrupted oni of his long solilo soliloquies
quies soliloquies on the "evils of the IBC"
Wm can wind him up any time
of day) to' admit, "H we lose
this fight, I'm through, washed
up-"

His hole card in the three-year
fight against Jim Norris' mono monopoly
poly monopoly has been: "They got the
millions, I got the lighter."
Pattersonquiet, moody, with withdrawnis
drawnis withdrawnis not unaware that Cus
is using him, or that be' called
a phantom champion. But he s
ever yavered in his loyalty to
the 'man who picked him up haig haiging
ing haiging aroimd the musty Gramercy
Gym on New York's lower East
Side and nursed him to boxing's
No. 1 position. About Cute ram ramblings,
blings, ramblings, he shrugs his bemused
smile, "011,. yoti know. Cus. He
just talks."
WHEN FLOYD WENT TO Ile
sinki for the 1952 Olympics, a
writer made direct overtures to
turn him Dyer to another manag manager
er manager when he turned professional.
Floyd refusetV,
D'Amato ihspires those ,,kind !ot
loyalties. Charley4131ack,' a,' fight'
' manager, was Standing on a
Street corner seVeral years
was the def. before Chrititmati.-
D'Amato-eabie along,- broke.
"You got any dough, Char Charley?"
ley?" Charley?" he asked. "1 gotta give
ray annual party for the boys at
ThY Um."
Charley fished in his pocket
end pulled out a $50 bill. It was
the' last $50 he had. Black, whose
fighting stable has vanished
Wrinkle Ryff, a lightweight, was
the last) is. one of D'Amato's
entourage.
For ,a guy who'll supposed to
be cautious, cus can .also be suckerect.-
A glib title by a man who
: couldn't deliver cost 'him S10,090
,n the ,motion pictures of the
fete Rademacher fight. There
Ril Rhodet,, Jr., the short
,est lived. boxing 'promoter on let;
ord. Cm won't even mention the
name, except to say, "He never
got a quarter. tiny MoneY."
D'Amator Fid off Patterson's
first vvife be re she crossed him'
and broke t e marriage news in
a sandal magazine: ''
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Patterson for,' several weeks st
a lime; Ile won't know where ,h4
Is Could you -see Al Weill letting
Rocky Marciano get out ot
touch? Patterson sets his OWO
moves in just before the light.
, used to tell managers,"
,
says Cuss m preparing Floyd
for ,bis role t psychologically as
well as physically. They twirled
their fingers like 1 was ,e r a s y.

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They didn't understand."
Cus, 'who quit high school aft after,
er, after, two 'tarsi ilusupposed' to have
read' Niotiiilte add' Freud.
"Nietsche who?" le frown s.
"I once picked up a paperback
on a newsstant because I heard
about this guy Freud and wtalt wtalted
ed wtalted to find out what he had to
say.. I threw it ,SWa'y after the
first 'chapter' beCause already
knew everything he had to say."
D'AMATO BROKE WITH NOR NORRIS
RIS NORRIS over the fact the IBC prom promised
ised promised and didn't give work to his
preliminary fighters, He w o n't
fight for' Madison Square Garden
"because I can't do business with
them unless they gets rid of Ned
Irish (president) and Harry
Markson (boxing director), old
elements of the IBC."
I asked him if didn't believe
he'd gone beyond his functions
as a manager in lining up pro promoters,
moters, promoters, and delving into the mos mosed
ed mosed ,circult television details and
the' affairs of Patterson's opno opnonents.
nents. opnonents. "If I've gone beond my func functions
tions functions as a manager,' he said,
"I've done it without detriment
to my' fighter and with his con consent.
sent. consent. He knows what I'm trying
to do will benefit him in the long
run, too."
Then Cus punched out the
meaning of his crusade to him:
I!The only way I can get secur
ity for Cus D'Amato is by getting
it for everybody else."

Frank flegron Wins
Sior,1$31ar C u
Hill;,(11miktontest
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Sgt. Frank Negron of Albrorik
wheeled, his blue.. TR-3 around
the mountain to win the first hill
climb run by the Isthmisn Sports
Car Club. His time, 2:04.6, was
a seant .3 less than that of Hunt Hunter
er Hunter Dare of Gatun, who piloted a
YM twin-cam MGA.
Hard on their tailpipes were
Bud Weishaar in his vintage MG MGTC,
TC, MGTC, Kobbe's Wasman in an
MGA and Ron Nessler in a Chev Chevrolet.
rolet. Chevrolet. The latter was running in
his first sports car event and it
Ahe son of member Virginia Ness Nessler
ler Nessler -who is a constant Ahreat in
all events.
The distaff side of the clubal clubalso
so clubalso competed and Virgie EddY
copped first in the ladies' divi division
sion division with Virginia Nessler taking
second place.,
Activities chairmen Negron
fled. the event which was one of
the most enjoyed of the veer. A Anyone
nyone Anyone interested in ioining the
club may contact Kremser. Ns,
vy 3307, or Virgie Eddie, Gatun
,
The top scorers, their cars and
Aimee ars as follows:
Frank, Negron, T11, 2:04:6.
.11. Dare, MGA, 2:04:9.
D. Eddy,- MGA. 2:10:4.
B.. Weishaar, maar, 2:15:2.
Waxman, MGA, 2:19.5.
V. Eddy, MGA, 2:20:5.
R.. Messier, Om, 2:22:5.
V. Nessler, Chev., 2:23:5.

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day: Saturday: rastlkh 1, Curundu I
Next Game
Wednesday 4:00 p.m. at- :Fort
Clayton
Fast Itch vs Armett Forces.'
Fastlich continued to win in the
VFW Teener Series and kept their
record clean as Bettim easily won
his game aided by some heay
hitting in the fifth inning when ten
Fastlich players went to bat. The
score was 7-1. ,
The lone Ctirundu Tun was:,scor was:,scored
ed was:,scored iri the first inning without a hit
as Zent opened with a walk, reach reached
ed reached second on a sacrifice by Tread- :
wav, went to third on a passed :
ball and scored on an error at the 0
plate. Zent and Treadway were
the only Curundu players to hit
safely and these were the scratch
variety.
Reyes, Curundu pitcher, held
Fastlich to one run until the roof
caved in for six in the fifth inning
on sineles by Ness and Priester,
a double by Tateman and a trinle
by L. French. Piala relieved Rer
yes in the sixtb and finished the
game for no 11111F4 on one hit.
Hunter, Curundu eenterfielder.
made a nice catch in the sixth
when Bettis drove him back to
deen center. Heading, Fastlich
battera were Smith with two fnr
two, Bateman one for one and L.
French with three for four.
Remember: Next gair. Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday afternoon it larwin Field af
Fort Clayton. Time 4:00 p.m.

The box score:

FASTL1CH
French, L 2b
Freneh, MT 213
Fortune lb-if
Smith, cf
Reichart, if
Brandon,as
Ness, e
Marcum. rf
Bettis, P
Huddleston, cf
Bateman, lb
Priester, rf

Curundu
Zent, SS
TreadwaY. 21)-313
Meteilf, lb
Underwood, 3b
Frangioni, e
Gerardi, ef-213
Manning, rf
p-if
Reyes, p-rf
Hunter, ef
Bacot, if

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2b: Smith, Bateman, 3b: L.
French. Sac: Treadway
bb: Bettis a. Be3T4 3. piai,i
so: Bettis 11, Reyes O. Pisia O.
Win, Bettis, Loss: Reyes, um umpires:
pires: umpires: Seigliane and Smith.
Scorer: Dobson.

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'By H. MtGNOTT
Another successful year of oper operation
ation operation by the Atlantic Crigk et
League was clithaxed on Sunday
last with the presentation of the
trophies and prizes to the deserv deserving
ing deserving winners. Despite the unfavor unfavorable
able unfavorable condition of the weather, the
proceedings, held at the Mount
Hope Stadium, came off on sched schedule,
ule, schedule, ably supervised by the league
president, H. V. Parker, and Sec Secretary,
retary, Secretary, D'Elman Clarke.
The game betweeen the cham champion
pion champion Surrey C.C. and The Rest,
was halted at an early hour, and
amidst the cheering of the spec spectators
tators spectators the trophies, emblematic of
cricket supremacy, were then
presented to C. DeSouza, captain
of the winning Surrey CC. and
J. Clauzel, who represented' the
runner-up Cragwell club.
Individuel awards went out to:
M. Grannum, who annexed the
batting title with a 434 average,
and ageregated the most runs
(219): E'Vrt Belgrave highest
indivklual -scorer (68); H. Mignott
- leading bowler (5.0); R. Escalo Escalona
na Escalona rtnner-up bowler (5.6); and
J. Clauzel, for the most wickets
taken (31).
The Basil Parker prize for the
most catches went to S. "Butch"
Hewitt (10), while N. Bennett M.
Grannum and H. Mignott tied for
the most times not out (3), each
receiving a prize, Also recognized,
were umpires Kennedy. M.
Clarke, L. B. Mathews, J. Delga Delgado,
do, Delgado, O. Franklin, S. Brown, and J.
Gavle.
The Atlantic Cricket League ex extends
tends extends its sincere thanks and ap appreciation
preciation appreciation to the following busi business
ness business establishments and friends
who generously contributed to towards
wards towards securing the prizes:
Pfizer Corporation, Cerveceria
Nacional, S.A. Antonio ll'agaropu ll'agaropulos,
los, ll'agaropulos, Internation Garage, Motto and
Motto, Ltd.; M. A. Powell, S.A.,
Casa Henriquez, Civa, S.A, Pad Padtic
tic Padtic Steam Navigation Co., Miami
Store, Jefferson Joseph, Joseph O.
Cabey, L. E. Beckford, E. Pinto,
D. S. Facey, C. Davis, J. Canag Canaggio,
gio, Canaggio, Theodore Anderson, G. Black Blackwood,
wood, Blackwood, V. R. Roberts, L. G..Park G..Parker,
er, G..Parker, K. W. Parker, Giscombe,
H. K. Lawson, E. Dyett, C.
Dick, H. A. Tomlinson, Maurice
McClean, S. A. Josephe, E. D.
Hicks, and S. Spence,

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INDtPDTDENT DAMY PitWSPA.P101

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t,.us D'Amato was so perturbed
about the Brian London story
from England. .and a supposed
Patterson re-match....he called Eu
rope and traced the story to Nick
Baffie, London's manager of re
cord in the States. . D'Amato:
"I never even saw or talked to
London alter the fight in India Indianapolis.".
napolis.". Indianapolis.". .
And isn't Henry Cooper, the
British Empire champ, about to
be sued for running out on a sign signed
ed signed contract that he would fight
Patterson after beating London
for $70,000,. and not the $140,000 he
later demanded?. .
,
Speaking of questions, wasn't
Cookie Lavagetto forced to play
Harmon Killebrew, his home rim
phenomenon, at third base by
special edict from- boss Calvin
Griffith of the Senatorst. al-,
'though reluctant Cookie onee
made Killebrew his special proj project
ect project and said, "He has power and
guts.", .
A little needling between the
late Senator Herman Welker of
'Idaho and the late Clark Griffith 1
ltil :The, gilier, asthe Nats call
mi., to .- Washington. Welter,'
who fancied himself a scout, I
bragged to old Griff about digging
up Vern Law for the Pirates and
Ns good friend, Bing Crosby. .
,Said Grill, 'You're living here
,now, so if you get another one,
don't tell Crosby. -....'.Give him to
me . .The next one was Kille
brew. . .
Last summer, when Eddie Er.
delatz, ex-Navy, was guest lec lecturer
turer lecturer for a sports clinic at Kut Kutsher's
sher's Kutsher's in the Catskills, Army dis
ipatched Dale Hall and a couple of
.other football aides to scout what
Eddie had to say...This year Hall
himself is the football lecturer. ..
nnd who do you think is going to
be in the audience? Wayne Hard Hardin,
in, Hardin, the new T-dog at Navy. .
Ingeniar Johansson is getting
Americanized fast. Ingo was
leaving his hotel the other day to
go to his boxing chores in a gym
when a pretty fluff of femininity
jounced by the swinging doors. .
Ingo stopped and stared. .final .finally
ly .finally turned to Joe Cahill, the Army
guy who's on lend-lease to Bill
Rosenaohn, and asked, "WHERE
were we going?". .

Balboa High
Golf Tourney

As predicted, Jeff Kline. and
Leo Deli Linger placed first in
their respective leagues at the
conclusion of the high school
tournament last Saturday at Ft.
Am ador.
In the "C" League bracket
there was a real shtdfle. Craig
Stoudner moved up from deep in
the ranks to first place. Leonard
still wasn't. hitting in his usuaL
form, but his 86 enabled him to'
move into second place in this
league. Perantie dropped one po position
sition position from last week and finiFh finiFhed
ed finiFhed in the third spot while Duran Duranand
and Duranand Matheney tied for 'fourth.
, The scores in the "B" League,
Made by ninth end tenth graders
Or the most part, were low and
closely grouped. A final round
soore of 73 for Dehlinger, and 78
for Doug Bergere brought these
tO fine young players in one-two
in this league. Gene, Frainhelm
and Jaen-Guardia tied for third
place, and were followed by Rog Rogers
ers Rogers and Mallory to round out the
places in the IB" League.
Although Charlie French and
Bob Dilfer cathe in with a 79 and
75, they placed only second and
third third in the all important
"A" League division. Kline shot
a' 71,in his first round and the
big lead held up to enable him
to carry off the fitle or "MIS
Champ.' Schwattrock closed out
in 'fourth place followed by Rath Rathgeber
geber Rathgeber and Feeney..
, The boys enjoyed playing the
Ft. Amador course a:, great deal.
The officials of the course are
commended for the fine gesture
of allowing the students to use
the club and thereby doing their
, part ,to further develop young
'golfers.

ota:Zm, 7gti7 7iA
Harmon Killebrew

Johansson's gal friend-secrela
ry saw the ,Patterson-London fight
from a box seat in Indianapolis...
and when asked- hmv it was, she
said, "Terrible. ...I couldn't see
anything. Next time I want to sit
down there," .and she motion motioned
ed motioned to the press rows ringside.
"That," it was explalned to her,
"is only for men." ."What do
I have to do," she asked, "dress
like a man?.

WW1 Smi h has a lady Shettland
deep dog named "George' (the
other protettes affect poodles and
dachshunds) which trots arouad
after ;the freckle-face on practice
rounds. a writer asked her what
bad habits she was getting rid of
."You mean," naively asked
Wiffi, "like drinking?": .he
meant golf.

Eddie Fitz Gerald has a problem
...the 35-year-old Senator catchur I
has worked in the State Printing
Office in Sacramento several
winters. but can't attain civil
service status unless he gets in
six uninterrupted months. Best
he's been able to do, because of
baseball, is five months and four
days.. lie could make six months
if he'd hold out just one spring.
"But I don't dare. might get the
pink slip.".
Bob Friend's pitching slump for
the Pirates is perplexing. but
doesn't hurt him nearly as much
as the day last September when
he was struggling for his 23th
victory, pitching in and out of
jams. .and was booed when he
went to the plate in the bottom
of the seventh.
Frank Gifford's on the verge of
drawing his release ,from Warn Warner
er Warner Brothers... but it doesn't mean
he's giving- tip acting they're
still miffed because he broko his
contract last fall to return to iktot iktotball
ball iktotball .before the grid Giants an announced
nounced announced that Giff would also take
a crack at quarterback,' Frank
called Charlie Conerly, his closest
friend on the club, to tell hint of
his ambitious. .and Charlie
said, "I'll help you all I can," al although
though although it could mean his job.
Between you'n'me, Hank Bauer
has a stock, answer when any-body
asks him what's wrong with
the Yankees: "We're still breathing.".

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Weekend Sports
Summary

NEW YORK (UP1)--- Intention Intentionally
ally Intentionally set a record for the $90,650
Withers take by winning tile
mile event in 1:35 3-5. Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian jockey Manuel Ycaza rode
the winner.

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MUNICH, Germany (UPI)
The International Olympic Com-1
mittee (I.O.C.) said Innsbruck,
Austria, will probably host tne
1964 Winter Olympic Games.
o
ANN ARBOR, Mich. (UPI)
Sophomore Ward Miller won the
100 and 220-yard dashes to pace
defending champion Illinois to
victory in the Big 10 outdoor
track meet.
o
INGLEWOOD, Calif. (UPI)
Hillsdale gained first plac! na nationally
tionally nationally in money winnings by
capturing the $112,900 Californian
at Hollywood Park by a nose.
Amerigo finished second.
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INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) Na National
tional National driving champion Tony
Bettenhausen qualified for the
Memorial Day 500-mile speedway
race v,.th an average speed of
142.721 m.p.h.
SUNDAY

YONKERS, N.Y. (UPI)
John K. Kelley of the Boston
Athletic Club won the A.A U.
marathon for the fourth straight
year, running 26 miles and 385
! yards in two hotrrs, 21 minutes, 54
and four-tenths seconds.
o
NEW YORK (UPI) John
Mostyn, New Jersey high school
star who equalled the world 100-
!Year dash record of 9.3 seconds
'last week, was clocked in 9.9 sec
I onds for the same distance.
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STOHOLM, Sweden (UPI)

IF rench owned Jamin woh
1Sweden's biggest trotting race,
1the "Elitloppet," by a length.
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INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)
Qualification trials ended for the
,Memorial Day 500-mile speedway
lauto race with the 33 starters set setting,
ting, setting, an average speed of 143.004
miles per hour.

EQUINE CHAMPS

Baltimcre ---(NEA)--Six of the
last 10 Preakness winners have
been selected as racing's cham champion
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Livingston ls idmely, leafy
cameo ot suburbia across the riv river
er river in Jersey, 'and on this night
tne Jewish Business Men's Club
was participating in the nation's
newest quiz cr a z e: "W n Cs
Wrong With the Yankees?"
These were grass-roots fans, in
contradictinstion to dugout sages
and press-box pundits, and their
questions apparently reflecteu the
concerns and criticisms of our
old friend, the man in the streei.
Some of the pitches 'thrown at
Jackie Farrell, the Yankees' pe peripatetic
ripatetic peripatetic spellbinder, were so pe
rinently provocative, the graying
little wit had to seek refuge in
the bob-and-weave tactics which,
enabled him 'o retire from the
pro ring um i ated, a career con consisting
sisting consisting of one fight, in which he
won a newspaper decision. The
one he covered the fight for as
boxing editor, and in which capl
city, impartially, awarded till
verdict to himself though knock knocked
ed knocked down seven times in the firs.
round.

"It seems to me," said one of
the quiz players, "that Stengel's
lost the knack of handling pitch
ers. Why does he,wait so long to
make changes?'
l'ancy foot work carried F4r F4rrell
rell F4rrell safely past this one.
Yankees pay Casey 20 times as
much as they pay me, so it would
1,t presumptuous if I were to soc
ond guess him.'
"They've got a dead bottom
infield. No life, no pep. Is thei
club rule' against a Yank Pe
infielder opening his kisser? At.1
tell me this: Why did they le'
y Martin go?'
Farrell fell into an evasive
clinch "I seem to recall 1t'
tin didn't mske ,clifimpians of
Kansas City 'or Detroit' after leav leaving
ing leaving us.'

Betwen rounds Farrell, nan'ilig
and dazed, resorted honefully
diversionary anifice. There used
to be a beer and pretzel fighter
lloboken Wi 10 eall,d himself
Young Marfy O'Brien and whose
son asnireJ to croonine laurel
"One day Marty brino.s the
brat to me," recited Farrell,
"and says: 'You're a smart guy.
I want you to manage him.' The
brat was so skinny feared if
he look a deep breath it would
be his las. I didn't want to hurt
Marty's fellings, so I told him,
kindly like, to take his brat
and get the hell out of my office,
that crooners were a dime a do
zen.' Still, judging by show-biz re

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JOE WILLIAMS

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'Build Up Tho Yankoes.!
The next question, dealing with
a condition, rather than an indi individual,
vidual, individual, was easier to block.
Had complacency caught up with
the Yankees, were they dulled
by riches, did they have too ma many
ny many ou side interests?
"It's true they've won often,
presumably they've socked await.
quite a bit of dough, and most
of them do engage in pro'llable
off-Season activities. But nohodt
has to tell them they OWe Most
Of this to the Yankee uniform..
Complacency is the Ilst thing
that will ever beat them.
The judges gave Farrell the
round on defense, the while de-
ploring the banta m's lack of;
punch.
From deep in the hall of voice l
I boomed : "I got a simestion for
a new slogan .Build Up the
Yankees
Farrell thrnv in the sponge. 34-
viousiv he'd hnve to work up a
new routine. The "Break t be
Yankees" gags had gone stale.

Mantle and Di Maggio
The Yankees' problem is rea reasonably
sonably reasonably ,simple. Powder-puff !iit !iitting.
ting. !iitting. They've been losing too ma many
ny many one-run games, eight of .12,
been shutout four times (w hile
blanking the enemy but one) and
the famous house special, the
home run, has become a limn?
item, 24 to 31 for the opposition.
With Mirkey Mantle imouwut
at the !flee. almost bush in, he
fleid, the 41 champions hItce
been leaderless under fre. both
in the manual and incpiritional
sense. A moody, sensitive guy,
the Mick cannot have found therzz,
apeutic solace in the blistering'
boos, swelling in volume.
Nevertheless, this is a chat,
lenge the real pro must take in
stride, especially when he's the
highest salaried man on the club.
No Yankee was more senseless senselessly
ly senselessly booed than Joe DiMaggio: Yet
if the Clipper was wounded.
wardly, he never showed it 'out.
wardly, nor, more revealingly,
did the caliber of his play suffer.
Brooding is sterile ground for
base knocks, and the sooner Man Mantle
tle Mantle realizes this, the swifter the
Yankee ...clouds Will clear. :74

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PHILLIPS Octaatiae CoHaota
Santa Clara P. ron. Pa Pa-mm,
mm, Pa-mm, I-1 177 Cristobal 3-1673.
BaldVin't fiirnithaa jpirtmenti
SRSi"M Clara Beach. Telephone
Smith. Gamboa 302.
Fetter cottaoet. barweea Santa
Clara and Rio Hato. New low
ratai. Phone Balboa 1866.
Houses
FOR RENT: Chalet 3 bed bed-rsomi.
rsomi. bed-rsomi. oHice, porch, 2 bath bathroom!,
room!, bathroom!, maid'i room and faraga.
Independent, spacious, space for
play ground, C a m p o Aleare.
Phone 3-1184.
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet 3
i. bedrooms, living room, dining
I room, bar, kitchen, patio, com com-?
? com-? pletely a i r-conditioned, "F"
treet Cangraio No. 10. For in information
formation information call 3-4619 during
office hours.
Vacation Quarters 3 bedroom
unc 5 Aug. 10 Phone
Balboa 4365.
Boats b Motors
FOR SALE: 12 ft. boat, trailer,
10 h p. lohnson outboard, all
accessories, fine condition, $250.
Phone Las Cumbrei 2044, or
Kobbc 4196 days.
FOR SALE: 38 foot Diesel
powered work boat, must sell this
week. This boat fully equipped,
is priced to tell at $2500.00.
Call Balboa 2-1419.
Security Markets
will Open Friday;
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major securities and commo commodity1
dity1 commodity1 markets will operate as usual
ftJPriday. May 29. They also will
fcttai operation on Monday, June 1.
in
past years when Memorial
Day fell on a weekend, the ex exchanges
changes exchanges frequently have closed ei either
ther either the Friday before or the Mon Monday
day Monday after the holiday.
LEGAL NOTICE
"United states or America
Canal Zone
,tjnltd Statw District Court For The
'.. District of The Canal Zone
: Balboa Division
n jjhe matter of the estate of Samuel
sL-a.Ln, Ttrceasia'. Probate No. 9474
ItStleS! to determine and ascertain rights
Jirs. ,.
To James Marshall, Esquire. Public
e?mmistrator of 1he estate of Samuel
C; Lux. deceased. Mrs. Mary Klein.
5frt.hiirh Penns-rlvanla, and to all
(ffier persons, known and unknown.
Ij'ou and each of you are hereby no notified,
tified, notified, that on the 25th day of May 1959.
Pauline Salzer Klrkpatrick, Emma V
talaer Smith. Edna C. Salzer Zellman
John W. Salzer Jr Charles W. Salzer
Ruth Salzer Kneiss. Hlchard Salzer
Ralph R. Salzer. Grace Salzer Qtietsch
and Dorothv Mae Salzer Buchanan file-1

their petition in the above styled and
entitled Court through their Attorneys
Artas. Fatreea A: Fabreea praying that
tHjfei" rights of all persons interested in
the''.' estate of Samuel L. Lux. deceased.
beSascertalned and determined and de declared
clared declared bv this Court, and that it be de determined
termined determined to whom distribution should
be'rnade.
That so far as known, the following
Js a description of the real estate where whereat
at whereat Mid deceased died seized or possess possessed,"
ed," possessed," to wit. one building constructed
-Vt'tth bricks beir.t and situated at 1239
C. South East. Washington, DC.
W yhat you and all other persons not
Vnamed who have or claim an interest
'fn'aald estate are cited to appear be-
for the said Court at the Court Room
;t the Court House at Ancon, Canal
Zorui, on the 6th day of August 1959 at
f (pjcWk in the forenoon of said date
and exhibit In the manner provided hv
law your respective claims of heirshin
r ownership or- interest in estate
arid show cause why said netiiion should
not be granted. And for further par particulars
ticulars particulars you are referred to said peti petition
tion petition on file
Dated: May 2i. 1959.
sSar d la PeAa,
Clerk
hysI,ols F.. Harrison
; Chief Deputy Clerk
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Apartments

FOR RENT: Beautiful 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment in tha best area
of Campo Aelgre., Maid's room,
individual wash tubs, garage. En
quire 51st street beside the
Guatemalan Embassy.
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: One bedroom
apartment, living diningroom,
kitchen, balcony. 50th street No.
17 (near Baturro). Sastre 3 3-4994.
4994. 3-4994. FOR RENT: Apartment at El
Cangrejo, completely furnished1:
two bedrooms, living room, din dining
ing dining room, maid's room with bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, garage, hot water. Phona
2-2883 or 3-1318.
FOR RENT; Two bedroom
apartment, all commodities, Che Che-les
les Che-les Apartment. Ricardo Arias
Street, Campo Alegre. Tel. 3 3-7921.
7921. 3-7921. FOR RENT: 1 apartment fur furnished,
nished, furnished, Calle Estudiantc No. 75,
Apt. 2. Tel. 2-2525.
FOR RENT: Four room apart apart-ment
ment apart-ment $50, apply Calle Primera,
Carrasquilla No. 54. Downstair.
Near Via Porras and Old Eden
Theater.
SERVICES
TELEVISION SERVICE
TV. Radios, Hi-FI Transitora
specialist. We service all makes
and models. We don't pretend to
guarantee our work. We guar guarantee
antee guarantee it.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES, Tivoll
Ave. 18-20 Tel 2-1905.
Having trouble with I your TV,
HI-FI, or Radio? Call U.S. TELE TELEVISION
VISION TELEVISION Customer's satisfaction
Workmanship guaranteed. Fast
Home Service. Phone 3-7607
Panama. 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Protect your home and proper property
ty property against initcr damage).
Prompt scientific treatment pn
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
Federal Trade
Group Cracks Down
On Rolaid Pills
WASHINGTON (UPI) Th t
Federal Trade Commission has
forbidden the makers of Rolaids
to use white-coated actors in TV
commercials to imply that the
indigestion tablets were generaly
entiorsen by doctors.
The commission also ordered
the company to stop claiming that
concentrated stomach acid would
burn a hole in a cloth napkin.
The FTC took the action in ap
proving a consent order agreed to
by the maktrs. American Chicle
Co., Lons Island City. N.Y., and
the FTL Bureau of Litigation
The agreement does not consti
tute an admission by the com
pany that it violated any law.
The "ase grew out of an FTC
complaint May 13, 1957, which
branded as "flase and deceptive"
Roloaid TV commercials showing
an actv in a white coat, ad
dressed as "doctor," recommend
ing the tablets as a relief for acid
indigestii'n.
FOR RENT
tin to ""(in ?r. -'( nt modern
of new "FLOA" Building
Larpe private parking area
in rear Janitor and night
watchman services Air
Conditioning optional Via
Espana on 46th block
office space on second floor
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Automobiles

FOR SALE: "58" Merturjf
Parklane, 4 door hard top, fully
equipped a$2800. 00. Phona 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.
Navy 2474.
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford station
wagon V-8, standard shift, one
owner, excellent condition.
2352-A Owen St. Balboa, phone
Balboa 1472 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet sedan,
1955. blue. V-8 standard shift,
clean, good condition, $900.
Thomas, Las Cumbres, 2044, or
Kobbe 4196 days.
FOR SALE: Two Chevrolet! Im Im-pala
pala Im-pala 1959 Zero KM. Each
2800 Urgent. Sr. Septime, 2 2-2643.
2643. 2-2643. Sr. Octavio, 3-4347.
FOR SALE: 1956 4 door Ply Plymouth
mouth Plymouth sedan, good tires, $900.
Call 5-490 Gatun.
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevro Chevrolet
let Chevrolet 210 DeLuxe four door, sedan,
$1200 00. Phone 2-2198 Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. FOR SALE: 1951 Ford sedan,
very good. Phone Balboa 2-3692.
FOR SALE: Air conditioned
1957 Ford, excellent condition
with automatic transmission,
power steering, etc. 1956 Pon Pon-tiac
tiac Pon-tiac 6 passenger, station wagon,
automatic transmission, power
steering, other extras. Call Cu Cu-rundu,
rundu, Cu-rundu, 4198.
FOR SALE: 1 953 Chevrolet 2
door hardtop, good condition.
Phone Balboa 1628.
FOR SALE: '56 Chevrolet 4
door sedan, 21,000 miles, stand standard
ard standard shift, new rubber. Perfect
condition, $1400. House 6363 B
Los Rios. Telephone 2-4347.
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford Coun Country
try Country Sedan, 4 door with power
steering and brakes. Automatic
transmi ssion, duty paid, only
$1200.00 and can be financed.
See at Household Exchange,
Automobile! Rowj
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: N. S. U. Quickly
Motor Bike. $125.00 Apt. 12,
8047, 9th fir Melendex, Colon.
Grateful Employer
Gives Up To $4,000
Each To Longlimers
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (UPI) A
grateful businessman yesterday
rewarded the employes who gave
him lor.g years of service with
out labcr troubles. '
The money wil be distributed
among 400 workers employed for
10 yea'.- nr more. Kaoh wil get
between $3,500 and $4,000 in cash,
nenend'ng on their length of serv
ice.
Harmin P Elliott, president of
the Elliott Addressing Machine
Co. for 52 years, also announced
the firm had been sold to Bes
sember Securities Corp. of New
York City.
Elliot', sold the firm for $3,700.-
000. He said the cash for the
workers came from stock placed
in trust by him 20 years ago for
the benefit of his veteran em employes.
ployes. employes. In thp 52 years Eliolt operated
the comnany there was never a
strike. He said his reasons for
siving his workers the cash was
"to have fun giving while I'm
living." He is 72 years old.
Ellioit alio made arrange arrangements
ments arrangements wifh the new owners that
he pla-.H will continue operations
here wUh the same personnel.
mm
American Life
Insurance Company
MILITARY PERSONNEL
For similar basic low NSLI
rates charged by the govern government
ment government during W. W. II.
Phone anytime Panama
4-0430
BLOK AGENCIES
S5th Street ft Jiislo Arosrmena
Avenue, Bulldlnr First National
City Bank of New York (branch)
La Rxposlrlon
anotincea Its new telephone
numbrrs:
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Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: Stereo record play,
r, four-speed, combination ra-
dio speaker, records. $175 cat.
Cooper, Balboa 3624.
FOR SALE: "56 '18 Ji.bv Mer Mercury
cury Mercury with gat tank, excellent
condition $95.00, alto ladies
winter coat, new, $20.00. Phone
Balboa 2887.
FOR SALE: Brand new Hal Hal-licrafter
licrafter Hal-licrafter exciter transmitter Model
HT-32 and linear amplifier HT HT-33A
33A HT-33A capable of operating on CW
-Single Side Band and Double Side
Band on 80, 40. 20. 15, 11 and
10 meters. One kilowatt output
on CW. Will tell for States spe-
' cial Ham operators' net price.
Raul G. de Parades. Telephone
2-0600 until 6:00 p.m. or 3 3-3074
3074 3-3074 after that time.
FOR SALE: TWO GLASS SHOW
CASES. 72" long 38" high 20"
wide. Sliding doors on ball bear bearings.
ings. bearings. Two glass adjustable
shelves. All in perfect condition.
Call 3-7611 or 3-4906.
FOR SALE: Stereo Records.
Classical and Populars. Big As Assortment.
sortment. Assortment. AGENCIAS DIA2 37th
Street No. 6-A.
Baby Grand Piano, HiFi compo components,
nents, components, changer, Argus C-44,
typewriter, Toucan, sewing ma machine,
chine, machine, miscellaneous, furniture.
Leaving. Phone Balboa 1665.
FOR SALE: RCA eutomatie
combination washer dryer, maho mahogany
gany mahogany desk chest beds, Simmons
porch furniture and misc. Leaving
States at end of week. Call
FOR SALE: Encyclopedia Ame Americana
ricana Americana in 36 volumes, perfect
condition, a complete library of
Universal knowledge. Original
cost over $400, sells for $110.
Phone Panama 3-6524.
FOR SALE: Leaving; Saturday.
Refrigerator, gas stove, crib,
4753 peHe P'. 3-
SALE: Nine cubic foot
Westinghouse refrigerator, new
60 cycle motor and compressor
$50. Phone Balboa 1628
Lesso
ns
Spanish course at University.
Intensive Spanish course for English-speaking
people at Univer University
sity University of Panama from May 25 to
July Claeeesj liran?morning
and evening on Monday, Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday and Thursday. Morning
Students: Beginners (only): from
9 o 10 a.m. Evening Students!
Beginners: 5:30; Intermediate:
6:30; Advanced: 7:30. Registra Registration
tion Registration at Secretary's office.
ORGAN PIANO ACORDION
Summers lessons Atlantic and
Pacific side call: Prof. Franx
Manfredi Panama' 3-1909.
Mme. Gromyko's
Canary Rumored
Loose In Geneva
wva tun; Humors
swept Geneva today that a Rus Russian
sian Russian s nging canary owned by
Mrs. Ar:drei Gromyko has flown
to freedom.
Whether Mrs. Gromyko really
lost a canary remained in the
realm of state secrets the Rus Russian
sian Russian delegation had no comment.
The rumors were touched off
by this classxfied ad in a Geneva
paper:
"Any unaccompanied canary
lost, stolen or straved ahnulH hp
returned to the Russian villa in
the interests of peace in the
Soviet Household."

UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
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New Orleans Service Sails Arrives
Cristobal
CLUA May 2.1 May 20
YAQUE Mary 30 June 6
MORAZAN June fi June 13
ULUA June 13 June 20
YAQUE June 20 June 27
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo

New York Service Sails Arrives
Cristobal
COMAYAGUA May 26 May 31
FRA BERLANGA June 2 June 7
ESPARTA June 9 June 14
SAN JOSE June 16 June 21
PARISMINA June 23 June 28
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo
CRISTOBALVV.C.C.A. FREEDER SERVICE
JEXITA .' Every (15) Dayi
Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
and Seattle
SPECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER FARES FROM
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To New York and Return $275.06 ''
To San Francisco andor Seattle and Return ..$400.00
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Home Articles

FOR SALEt Dining table 4
chairs $25. Wringar type washer
almost new $50, Overstuffed 3
pitce living room set almost new
$85. Wardrobes with mirrors
$12, each. Themes, 304 Calls
3a., Las Cumbres. Phone Las
Cumbres 2044, or days Kobbe
4196.
FOR SALE: Leaving country.
Bar; couch; Peruyian table,
leather top. Chinese table clock
and screen; wardrobe; bicycle;
44th street No. 37, apartment E.
Phone 3-3489.
FOR SALE: Mahogany China
cabinet, marogany Hutch cabinat
louvres For 12 fam. Quarters
kitchen 1-4. Ft. and 3-6 ft. split
bamboo blinds. Call 2-2831
Wed. and Fri. 12.00-6:00.
Pe
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rsona
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
BOX 121 1. CRISTOBAL, C.I.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
GEORGE D. BARB Jr., H E.
European spinal adjustment tech techniques.
niques. techniques. Release of nervous stress
and strain. Coordinated manipu manipulative
lative manipulative therapies. Ortho-Kinesiology,
14-49 Ave. 13, Estudianta,
28, 9 to I and 3 te 8. Tel. 2 2-3985.
3985. 2-3985. By appointment.
LOST: Wallet. Important cards,
Lux Theatre. $10 reward. No
questions asked. Rochlin, i i-7435.
7435. i-7435. St. Mary's Troop 86
Holds Awards Court
Girl Scout troop 86 of St
Mary's Mission held its annual
Court of Awards recently at St
Mary's Parish Hall in Balboa.
Mrs. Eugenia J. Rood directed
the ceremony.
Mrs. Earl, Best was invested
into Girl Scouting by MrsfeVir,
ginia Wagner, assistant i leader
of the troop. A skit on good
manners was presented by five
girls who had earned their Hos Hospitality
pitality Hospitality badge. They were Pat
Bartiett, Sonia Larson, Kathy
LeBrun, Terry Spraguc and
Kathleen LaVallee.
The following awards were
presented: Needlecraft badge,
Mary Bartiett; Hospitality
badge, Mary Bartiett, Patricia
Bartiett, Teresa Bay, Patricia
Best, Patricia Booth, Phyllis
Chase, Mary Garcia, Sonia Lar Larson,
son, Larson, Kathleen LaVallee, Kath Kathleen
leen Kathleen LeBrun, Sandra Roth-Rof-fy,
Teresa Sprague, Susan Stat Stat-ler,
ler, Stat-ler, Violet Statler, Linda Tur-
pin; Dabbler badge, Mary Bart Bartiett,.
iett,. Bartiett,. Patricia Best, Phyllis
Chase, Susan Statler, Violet
Statler, Linda Turpin, Teresa
Sprague; Second Class badge,
Patricia Bartiett, Teresa Bay,
Mary Garcia, Sonia Larson,
Kathleen LeBrun, Sandra. Roth Roth-Roffy,
Roffy, Roth-Roffy, Teresa Sprague, Violet
Statler, Linda Turpin; Year
Pins, Mary Bartiett, Sonia Lar Larson,
son, Larson, Pat Bartiett, Kathlten Le LeBrun,
Brun, LeBrun, Phyllis Chase, Mary Gar Garcia,
cia, Garcia, Kathleen LaVallee, Sandra
Roth-Roffy and Susan Statler.
After thr oc-.t" ..
ments prepared by tho girls
were -servea.

Red! Estate

FOR SAtli Use 500 and 1400
meters, in rite Nueve Hipodreme
Urbaalxatiee acres Hie Reaiea
Racetrack. All lets with street
frents, sewage, water main and
electricity. Call W. McBamett.
Tel. 4-0976.
Miscellaneous
NURSERY SCHOOL
Monday thru Friday. Vi te f
years. English spoken. Constant
supervision. Open all Summer.
Transportation provided1 Panama
City, Cangrejo. Bella Vieta. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1214.
Special Offers
WANTED:- Experienced stenographer-typist.
Excellent oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity and salary. Write P. O.
Bex 6774 Panama, Including pic picture.
ture. picture. Today's Sport
Parade
By OSCAR F RALE Y
NEW YORK (UPI)-There was
a statue of Rodin's 'The Thinker"
in a corner of the" room with a
tiny plaque under it which said:
"The club champion after shoot
ing a 85.
Craig Wood chuckled but there
was a grim edge to his voice.
"Many a time I felt like that,"
he nodded toward the bowed fig figure.
ure. figure. "There were a "lot of times
when I thought I'd never hit the
jackpot in one of the big ones."
ihose were the years in which
the handsome, blond man was
known as 'number two wood.' He
finished second un the U.S. Open.
He finished second in the PGA
championship. He was second in
the Masters.
'And in a lot. more of them, too,"
he summed up.
But finally Cr.aig Wood did hit
the jackpot, defying the pain of
a strapped back as he slashed
his way to the U.S. Open .cham
pionship in 1941. It was the last
time it was held until 1946 as
World War II intervened in such
frivolities.
SbI guess you can say that
I held the Open five years,' he
laughed. "And only Willie Ander-
son, Bobby Jones and Ben Hogan
have won it four years.
'But," he added crisply, "don't
think Hogan can't win it again
this time. Sure, he's 46. But he's
playing just as well as ever and
he'd give a lot for that record
fifth.'
This was in Carver's, a pori
new East Side bistro newly opened
by Lawton Carver, who was
sports editor of International News
Service for 16 years before he de
cided to make eating a habit in
stead of hindrance and turned

Lunatic Who Yearned To Kill Texas
Governor Felled After Terror Spree

DALLAS, Tex. (UPI) A luna lunatic,
tic, lunatic, who had plotted for more than
a year to kill former Gov. and
Mrs. W. Lee (Pappy) O'Dahiel for
evicting him, murdered a carpen carpenter
ter carpenter yesterday and threatened to
slay four hostages.
The hostages all got away, al al-'hough
'hough al-'hough he handcuffed two a
young man and his wife to together.
gether. together. The lunatic, Frank Winds Winds-sor,
sor, Winds-sor, about 40, died in a hail
of bullets from police pistols and
submachineguns.
The O'Daniels didn't know
about Windsor's frenzy to kill
them until an ambulance was
hauling his body away from the
house where he seized three of his
hostages.
Windsor shot the carpenter, R.I
G. Hassell, over the shoulder of
Mrs, Iona Dickinson, 68, one
of his hostages. The other host hostages
ages hostages were Mr. and Mrs. Leslie
Darter, who have three children,
and Alfred Webb, who works witn
Darter.
For 10 or 11 hours, Windsor
held Mrs. Dickinson and the
Darters in the Darter home with
the three Darter children, but
there was no indication he
threatened the children.
He killed the carpenter and was
killed himself in the Dickinson
home next door, where he had an
apartment.
Plotting to kill the O'Daniels,
Windsor had collected a rifle, a
pistol, a gas mask, ropes, chains
and handcuffs in his apartment.
He handcuffed Mr. and Mrs. Dar Darter
ter Darter and they were still handcuf
fed when they arrived at a hos-l
pital for treatment for tear gas
burns. N
Mrs. Darter asked at the hos-,
pital whether Windsor was dead:
She was told that he was.
"Oh, good, I'm sure glad," she
ilfl lt(lnA t ltftil enuAit nviall
,up for dead all night."
The Darters called upon Mrs.
Dickinson Sunday night. They
hardly walked into her apartment
when Windsor pushed in with a
pistol.
"Lie down on the floor or I'll
blow your heads off," he said.
Hassell came to Mrs. Dickin
son's home Monday to get the key
to a house he was repairing for

Wdli 'Sheet
CHATTER

NEW YORK (UPI) Although
resistance to further decline is
likely to develop at these levels,:
there if-ttttle indication as yet of
any dynamic upward movement in
the stock market, says Bache and
Co.
Value line experts total plant
and equipment expenditures will
be about r per cent larger thaa
this year than in 1958 and that,
for the most part, this increase
will be concentrated ;b$ ,;outlays
for machinery. s
Dynamics Corp. el America by
the end of this year coula be
earning at a rate of 85 to 90
cents a snarck .against tue xbqo
earnings of 16 cents a share, says
Ira Haupt and Co, The estimate
assumes full conversion of the pre
ference stock tnd normal taxes.
In 1960, earnings "should be above
the 90 cent level, the-firm adds,
Standard and Poor's finds the gas
utility and natural gas pipeline
industry will continue its dynamic
growth in 1959.
Timken Roller Bearings will re report
port report an excellent June quarter,
according to w. js. Hutton ana uo.
The fifth survey reports Bur Bur-roughts
roughts Bur-roughts Corp. expects the rising
profit and volume trend of the
first quarter to continue through
the year.
Ohn Mathieson with major write
offs behind it and further opera
ting efficiencies in propsect could
approximate the 1956 level of $3.04
a share on common stock, against
a mere 32 cnets a share in 1958,
according to Arthur Wiesenberger
a Co. ifa
International Statistical Bureau
continues optimistic regarding, the
outlook for consumer durable
goods industries.
restaurateur.
"You're right, agreed Carver.
"Hogan's the best I ever saw
with nobody second.'
Ordinarilv vou mieht exoect this
to get some sort of a rise out of
a man of Wood's fairway standing.
But Carver is more than a painter
rniw nnt houspsV flv fishing ex
pert and race horse owner. His
years in he press box and con continued
tinued continued addiction to boxings base baseball
ball baseball and golf qualify him to argue
with the customers on an even
footing.
"Hogan's sort of like Ty Cobb in
baseba, continued Carver, who
says what hethinks even H it
mighf alieiftfe his frimSI Tex, Wil Wil-liam8.Hf
liam8.Hf Wil-liam8.Hf Nobody second.'
Wood,' now a successful automo automobile
bile automobile dealer in Asbury Park, N.J.,
nodded agreement with Carverte
parallel.
"I'm not saying that Hogan h
sure to win, but he does have a
great chance even at 46,' Wood
acknowledged. "I've got to think
that Mike Souchak, Art Wall and
Jackie Burke should be among the
hot favorites, too. They're all
playing at the top of their game
and they can cope with that
Winged Foot course. It's1 going to
take a straight driver and a good
putter.'
her. She told him, they were host
ages and to "come on in".
Hassell turned to run and Wind
sor shot him in the mouth. A man
with Hassell called police, who
surrounded the house.
Hassell had fallen into a clump
of shrubs and Darter said: "He
(Windsor) made me carry him up
on the porch and mop up the
blood."
"I'll shoot anybody in the gut
that tries to come near," Wmdsor
screamed at the police.
Police filled the ou.se with.- tear
gas. That gave the hostages an
opportunity to escape but Wind Windsor
sor Windsor opened the windows, turned on
electric fans and blew the gas out.
With the hostages safe, police
charged the house. Capt. "Will
Fritz advanced up the walk
to the front door, firing with a
submachinegun.
They found Windsor, a huge,
balding man, dead in a bedroom.

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Q. I am 32. interested In tavete.
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think my best approach would De
to mutual funds' or good growth
stocks. I have been visited, by a
fund salesman but' some of my
friends tell me this fund is too. con
servative. I work in the electro
nici industry.
A. There is no reason why yon
should not begin acquiring a inn
tual fund.
But once having made that de decision,
cision, decision, you are not relieved of any
further problem of making e
choice.
. The fund you mention, for
example, is a balanced fund own
ing both bond? and common share
It would be fine for your retired
,uncle, sbut not for yen.
' You must investigate mutual
funds which are aimed primarily
at growth.
Since you work in the electronici
industry, why don't you get th
prospectuses and portfolios of the
various funds in that industry
there are quite a few and see
which of them you like best.
There is no rush about this. M
you take a few weeks to look over
the various fundi and pick the one
which holds the stocks you like
best you will be following a proper
course.
Q. I recently began buying i
mutual fund, $100 a month. The
agents said mat it would be worth
from $22,000 to $24,000 in year
at current prices. I doubt it.
A. Let's be grown up about this.
You are putting in $12,000 over a
10-year period. Your fund is a ba
lanced company holding both
bonds and stocks. That means at
is safe, sober but not likely te
be sensational elimber.
If you tell me where she jrtoek
and bond averages will be 10 years
from now I'll give you an idea
whether your plan will be wortfc
$10,000 or $24,000.
Q. I am woman ef 90, receiv receiving
ing receiving a pension on which I can live.
Have about $12,000 in insured savings.,-Should,
I ; invest mj money
otherwise?
A. Your eavmgs bring In about
$400 a yean H you put it in safe
securities it would bring $600 ee
so.
Here are the two ycvMeiM ftm
must weight
a
As you stand now pension
plus insured savings you have ne
hedge against further inflation.
But. as you stand now, you alse
have no worry about the safety
of your dollars.
I think a compromise h indie-
oA T am snHinn vnn a Mat of hlffk
quality stocks. Over the next year
or so, put about $5,000 into five
different issues in the utility, de
partment store, railroad field.
Oklahoma Truckei
Gets' Safety Award
After 26 Years
WASHINGTON (UPI) An Okla Okla-horn
horn Okla-horn truck driver who hag
chalked up 1,500,000 accident-free
miles, was named yesterday aa
the trucking industry's "1959 driv
er of the year."
The American Trucking Assn.
said the award would, go to Carl
C. Grim, of Okmulgee, Okla., who
drives a tank truck for a Tulsa,
firm. Crim, 44, has been driving
for more than 26 years.
He has administered first aid
and assisted at six highway acci accidents,
dents, accidents, saved the life of a friend
who was drowning, and way
credited with preventing a gaso gasoline
line gasoline tank explosion by' braving
flames to screw on a cap,
Ton
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CHOSEN FOR OFFICERS CANDIDATE SCHOOL Sergeant
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orld's Statesmen Head for Washingtoh
:!For Funeral of John Foster Dui Vs

, WASHINGTON, May 26 (UP1)--The body of John Foster Dulles was taken to the National Cathedral tday to
: in repose until the funeral tomorrow.
, Iron Curtain countries were setting aside Cold Wu differences to pay respects to Dulles.
$
.There was the expected tribute from the grateful fre e world he led in the fight for peace. But surprisingly,
Riissia also joined in honoring the former American secretary of state.
,
, 1, Flying to Washington for the funeral tomorrow of th e US statesman was Soviet foreign minister Andrei Gro Gro,
, Gro,
myko as well as West Germany's Chancellor Konrad Ade naeur and foreign ministers if the non-communist world.
.4 Dulles, who died Sunday of cancer at the age of 71, will lie in state in the Bethlehem chapel of the National
Cathedral for 24 hours.

, 4Tomorrow, with Pres' den t
' Eiaenhower in attendance, the
', Arial rites will be conducted for
fhe man who guided America's
-; foreign policy for six crucial'
., yCars. Dulles will be buried in
Arlington National Cometery
With military honors.
,- ..'iThe body will be taken from
Dulles' home to the huge Gothic
'Cathedral shortly beton?, nocr
When the Washington diplomat diplomatic,
ic, diplomatic, corps will assemble at the
church.
if
1 ilin honor guard will be post postal
al postal and the diplomats will sign!
,, tOe book of condolences. I
;' The public then will be al al-
- al- wed to pay its respects by
alldng by the flag-draped
'Casket, guarded throughout
ihe 24 hours by five enlisted
-Alen of the Armed Forces.
i 'The casket will rest on a cata catafalque
falque catafalque in the center of the;
,,lbape1, surrounded by flowers.
-. iThe Big Four foreign minis minisi
i minisi firs winged their way here to toay
ay toay to attend the funeral.
: .'.' The Western ministers were 1
aboard a US Air Force plane.
Soviet foreign minister Andrei
. romsdyktio enr s er oa us t e Ala br ioi anreds 1
shwas();
rporation jet.
flo
4
,, Secretary of State Christian
Herter was host for the West

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self, British foreign secretary
Selwyn Lloyd and French for foreign
eign foreign minister Maurice Couve de
Murville.
Herter had invited Gromyko
to go along, too, after the Rus Russian
sian Russian inquired if that was pos possible.
sible. possible. But Herter said there was
only one seat.
So Gromyko decided Le take
a commercial airliner so he
could be accompanied by two
aides. How e v e r, Gromyko
quickly snapped up an Invi Invitatien
tatien Invitatien to return to Geneva
iwith Herter on Thursday.
Lloyd, Couve and Murville
and Herter entered their Su Superconstellation
perconstellation Superconstellation at Geneva in
that order after meeting mem members
bers members of the plane's Crew and ac accepting
cepting accepting honors frorn
army honor guard.
Others who planned to be
present for the elaborate cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies include the foreign min ministers
isters ministers of Britain, 'rrance, Italy,
Japan, the. Netherlands, Bel Belgium
gium Belgium and West Germany,
Meantime, Dulles' personal
physician said it was hnpos hnpossible
sible hnpossible to pinpoint the exact
cause of Dulles' death early
Sunday at Walter Reed Army
Medical Center,,,following his
second bout with cancer.
There was no autopsy.

ern three, which included him-I But the physician, Dr. A. D.
self, British foreign secretary Daughton, indicated that death
Selwyn Lloyd and French for-. was caused by inanition, which
eign minister Maurice Couvo de the dictionary defines as ex exMurville.
Murville. exMurville. haustion, rather than front the
Herter had invited Gromyko destruction of some vital organ
to go along. too, after the Rus- Inanition results when the
sian inquired if that was pos- swiftly-spreading cancer cells
sible. But Herter said there was use up all the nourishment
only one seat. taken in by the patient.
So Gromyko decided to take Adenauer's decision to attend
a commercial airliner so he the funeral was a signal honor.
could be accompanied by two The 83-year-old West German
aides. How e v e r, Gromyko leader was a close friend of
quickly snapped up an Invi- Dulles and an ardent supporter
taticn to return to Geneva of his tough line toward Russia.'
iwith Herter on Thursday. But it is rare for siich a
Lloyd, Couve and Murville high-ranking official to leave
and Herter entered their Su- his country to attend the fu fuperconstellation
perconstellation fuperconstellation at Geneva in neral of a lesser official.
that order after meeting mem- Another head of govern
bers of the plane's Crew and ac- ment to attend pie services
cepting honors frorn ...Swiss will be Australian Prime Min Minarmy
army Minarmy honor guard. ister Robert G. Men'zies.
Others who planned to be However, Menzies alreticly was
present for the elaborate cere- in Washington to discuss gen genmonies
monies genmonies include the foreign min- eral world affairs and T.IS-Ausisters
of Britain,'rrance, Italy, tralian relations with Eisen EisenJapan,
Japan, EisenJapan, the. Netherlands, Bel- hower and other top American
glum and West Germany, officials.
Meantime, Dulles' personal The State Department an anphysician
physician anphysician said it was hnpos- flounced that Paul Henri-Spaak,
sible to pinpoint the exact secretary general of the- North
cause of Dulles' death early Atlantic Treaty Organization
Sunday at Walter Reed Army (NATO), also will attend the
Medical Center,,,following his services.
second bout with cancer. Gromyko's decision to fly to
There was no autopsy. Washington came after a pe

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riod indecision on the part of
the Russians as to whether
to send the grim-visaged dip diplomat.
lomat. diplomat. Gromyko and Comm unist
East Germany's advisers at Ge Geneva
neva Geneva joined Western diplomats
yesterday in paying tribute to
Dulles.
Later, however, Gromyko ex exchanged
changed exchanged bitter words with ,Sec-'
retary of State Christian A.,
perter, accusing ,WestGermany

tierber, accusing ,INCZI, WCLUAttilx 1
trying to spark World War Supreme Court Deems Segregation
Herter fired back that Gro-i
myko's "slanders" were an at-1 (1
tempt to "resurrect old fears vn Sports Field Unconstitutional
Intl bygone hatreds."

tempt to "resurrect old fears
and bygone hatreds."
It came as somewhat of a
surprise, therefore, when a So Soviet
viet Soviet spokesman announced al alterward
terward alterward that Gromyko would
come to Washington.
DuUes' physician said in re response
sponse response to questions that Dul Dulles
les Dulles case was not "in any way
different than hundreds of
other cancer cases."
"It's hard to say just what
cancer patients do die of," he
said.

Dr. Daughton said death may
come from the spread of can cancer
cer cancer cells to the brain or some
other vital organ. But he said
it generally is caused by the
cells eating up all of the flour flourislutient
islutient flourislutient taken in by the patient.
He said the pneumonia attack
suffered by the former secre secretary
tary secretary or May 9 did no; contri contribute
bute contribute to bik. death.
He said Dulles had neatly
recovered from that dims as
a result of his rugged constitu constitution
tion constitution and the fact that the pneu pneumonia
monia pneumonia was detected almost im iminedial(.4.
inedial(.4. iminedial(.4. Daughton also said Dulles'
cancer had not interfered with
his circulatory or pespiratory
systems as recently as two days
before his death. This was a
further indication that inani inanition
tion inanition was the inunediate cause
of death.

He 'said Dulles was able to
speak as late as Saturday, the
day before he died.
In another almost unprece unprecedented
dented unprecedented mark of respect for Dul Dulles,
les, Dulles, most Washington embassies
including that of Russia
displayed their national flags
at half staff. The State Depart Department
ment Department said such action was en entire
tire entire up to the individual em em'Jassy.
'Jassy. em'Jassy. The HOUSP of Representatives,
after putting in a long day of
work yesterday on two key mon money
ey money bills, adjourned until later
today out of respect for the late
diplomat.
Int. State Departmant said
all its employes except for a
skeleton staff would be
dismissed at 12:45 pm tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. Dulles' body was moved yes yesterday
terday yesterday morning from a fu funeral
neral funeral establishment to his
rootny stone house in north northwest
west northwest Washington about 10
minutes drive from the State
Department. It will remain
there until the official ceremonies.

An "official" funeral,. only
slightly less ceremonial than
the state funeral reserved for
presidents -and vice. presidents,.
will begin at 2 pm tomorrow..
A hero's burial with full mili military
tary military honors in Arlington 'Na 'National.
tional. 'National. Cemetery will follow.
The funeral services them themselves
selves themselves will not be open to tne
public. AdmissiOn will be by
"card only," tile State Depart Department
ment Department said. National cathedral
holds 2818 persons.

-
KANSASYCITY; May 26
(UM Cham ChamNi'vi'York
Ni'vi'York ChamNi'vi'York Yankees, at
present the cellar dwellers
of the American League,
today traded four players for
two with the fifth place
Kansas City Athletics.
The Yankees received
hard-hitting Panamanian in infielder
fielder infielder Hictor Lpez and
righthanded pitcter Ralph
Terry, in exchlange for in infielder
fielder infielder Jerry- Lumpe, right righthanded
handed righthanded hurlers Tom Sturdi Sturdivont
vont Sturdivont and Johnny Kucks and
another player to be named
later.

WASHINGTON (1.1PI) ,The
Supreme Court moved into the
sports field today twith its anti antisegregation
segregation antisegregation rulings. It struck
down as unconstitutional a Louis Louisiana
iana Louisiana law barring competition be between
tween between Negro and white athletes.
The court threw out-the state's
1956 inter-racial sports law with without
out without comment. The decision simply
upheld a lower court ruling that
the state law violated the federal
Constitution.
The-decision threw a legal cloud
over all state and local laws pro prohibiting'Negrops
hibiting'Negrops prohibiting'Negrops and whites from'
comPeting hi athletic events. The
question of segregated seatiog at
sports events, however, was not
raised in this case.
The high court decision was
based on a finding last Nov. 28
by a threeman federal court in
New Orleans.
- The Louisiana law was chal challenged
lenged challenged by Joseph Dorsey Jr., a
Negro prize fighter. While his ob objection
jection objection applied specifically to box boxing,.
ing,. boxing,. the law outlawed all ,inter ,interracial
racial ,interracial athletic competition. The
ruling thus invalidates the law.,as
it applies to all sports.
In appealing the lower court de decision,
cision, decision, the Louisiana State Athlet Athletic
ic Athletic Commission said "it would
seem difficult, if not impossible,
to apply the same legal principles
to the field of professional boxing

Aid To Handicamied
Children Via SEA
Given in lone Grant

The Canal Zone Committee for
Aid to the Physically Handicap Handicapped
ped Handicapped today announced a WO grant
to the Canal Zone Speical Educa Education
tion Education Association (SEA).
The association will use the mo money
ney money to help finance its summcr
recreation program for handicap handicapped
ped handicapped children.
A check for the funds was for forwarded
warded forwarded by F. G. Dunsmoor, board
chairman of the Physically Han Handicapped
dicapped Handicapped Committee, to Col. Louis
D. Farnsworth Jr., outgoing Pre Pre.
. Pre. sident of the SEA.
The SEA summer program will
include individual swimming les lessons,
sons, lessons, nature walks and mut':
sions, movies, boating, train rides
rhythms and dancing, music, par parties.
ties. parties. picnics, dramatics and' story
telling, games and sports.
The Sf A works with an supple supplements
ments supplements the services of the special'
education program of the Canal
Zone Government's Division of
Schooli.
In applying to the Physteallv
Handicapped committee for aid,
the SEA noted that it had first
thought of applying for member-,
ship in the United Fund. However,
it noted that the functions of the
SEA and the committee might
then overlap in some areas and
that is seemed belt to centralize
am many community services to
children as possible in one agency.

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as to public education of childrenl
or publie transportation".
It said the law applied equally
to both whites and Negroes and
therefore was not discriminatory.
But Dorsey said the law violat violated
ed violated his constitutional right to
equal protection of the laws. Ile
said the state had a right to reg regulate
ulate regulate voxing, but "all regulation
must be within the limitations
posed by the Constitution of the
United States.'
In -the past, Louisiana's difficul difficulties
ties difficulties over biter-racial sports haw,'
involved team rather than individ individual
ual individual contests. They have centered
around the refusal to let Tulane
University play football teams
with Negro players. The race
edict also was invoked in connec connection
tion connection with the Sugar Bowl football
game at New Dr leans.
The Louisiana ban on Negroes
and whites competing simply was
written into the rules of state ath athletic
letic athletic commission until 1956 when
the Legislature made theft' state
law.
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Red Chinese Shoot

DOVIA 110 Farmers

TAIPEI. Formosa (UPI)Com (UPI)Communist
munist (UPI)Communist Chinese troops shot and
killed 210 farmers in one of a 'se 'series
ries 'series of riots in two coastal prov provinces
inces provinces sparked by opposition to
Pei Ding's commune system, the
Nationalist Chinese' News Agency
said yesterday.
The agenty, quoting unidentified
sources on the Mainland, said
hungry farmers and now ranking
Communist members of the
cadres battled Red soldiers in up uprisings
risings uprisings recently in Kiangsu and
Kukien provinces.
The biggest riot erunted at
Vangchow near Shanghai on
March 27, the agencY said.
More than 10,000 disgruntled
farmers and ODne Red cadre per personnelstaged
sonnelstaged personnelstaged a mass demonstn
tion to protest working more Ord,
16 hours a day for starvation ra rations
tions rations of rice soup and a few vege
tables.. The. riot was touched off
by the death of an old woman,
the news agency said.
Regular Communist troops were
'mailed to the scene and machine machineeunted
eunted machineeunted the deMonstrators, it said,
killing 210:
Another 400. farmers were ar arrested
rested arrested and, taken to a nearby city
for trial, the agency said.
The ireport said that communist
troDps suffered more than 80 cas casualties
ualties casualties in the fighting.

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The nine lives..
and countless loves
of the master-spy
of World War In

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LONDON, may '26 AMY .,1";;;;e:The'Lendon', staeleday venni
Prince Philip of a "not sti eturild, prank -Inidrenehing two pre
photographers with bidden water sptinkiers tile Chelsea flowq,
er show. :
The newspaper said iti investigation of the Incident last night
revealed that Queen Elizabeth'i husband deliberately pressed. the
button ,that sentIbe sprinklers into action after asking whothet
the photographer' would be tatight.'' :

The Star 'said Queen:, 'Elizabeth
and Princi'i PM lip IsadAust wit witnessed
nessed witnessed a demenittration of.'the
hidden water sprinkler, I y,iii e M
when presi associatiotrphotegrra associatiotrphotegrraphers
phers associatiotrphotegrraphers Walter tockyear and Mark
Semour stepped'. Oa the xra to
take pictures of the, queen,. ..,,
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has indicated a- toolneis! ard
photographer's, spottedst,;,loc year
and Seymour.k re ,, .14 t: ',' :-
"Tho Doka, saiCt to the ',Iwo
mon pirating' dot' control panal
of tho aprinklors 'if t press this
will I got' those -,tvoi;',photographors,
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The newspdper said irhu.ip, ithen
pressed the button. The-Prmce led'
the laughter. as the Iwophotogra Iwophotographers
phers Iwophotographers sprinted away.,The, Star said
both men were' drenched- end their
equipment also soaked. ''' 1.
The Star quoted philip as asking
Lockyear: "Did yOu ger wet?"

Wills! ling Al Womili
Can Be Danieioiist
NY Man Discovers

NEW YORK A pan
whistled at a blonde yesterda
and wound up in a hospital.,,
serious condition.

As police pieced together the
chain of events:
William Hertzke, 23, and Joim.
Gibbons, 22, were returning from
a dance in Hertzke's car when
they' spotted Mrs. Barbara 'hit 'hitschler,
schler, 'hitschler, 30, crossing the street, on
her way home from a movie, and
whistled and called to Mr..
Philip Schilano,
schler's companion took offense
and followed tik two men in his
own car. Schifano said that when
he caught up with them Hertzke
made offensive remarks to him.
Schifanoktook a ,.22 rifle from the
back seat of his oar aod pointed it
at Hertzkey

Schifano said it discharged Acci Accidentally
dentally Accidentally and he drove off, believ believing
ing believing no harm had been done,
Hertze, however, was shot in the
abdomen. Gibbons bundled him
back into his car and set out at
high speed for Flushing Hospital.
As he neared the hospital, the
car collided with a taxi. both
cars mounted the sidewalk and
struck a light Dole. The wounded
Hertzk was hurled through the
windshield.
The blow to the light pole
blacked out the hospital.
With lights from 'an emergency
power plant, hospital attendants
teated Gibbons and the tud driver
for minor injuries.

Hertz Id', wits' Jotind to- have a
broken jaw and internal injuries
in addition ,to..the ;gunshot wound.
Schifants waS booteC611 charges
of felonioud assault and gun law
violation.. Mrs, Tritschler was
charged with harboring a fugitive
and resisting an officer.

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Funeral services will be held
at 8:30 a.m. tomorrow at the Ho
ly Family Church ,in Margaritt
for Thomas Sheehan, retired Pm
nama Canal employe who died
Friday at Gorgas Hospital. This
services will be,conducted br
the Rev. Michael J. Wye C. M
Burial at Mount Hope 'cemett
ry will 1011Qw the church serviey
es. At the graveside, Elks mem
rial services will be conducted
by George, TullY of ElltS Lodre
15,12.
Mr. Sheehan,..who was SI years
old at the time of his death, wty
born in Sacramento, Calif. ...p
He came to the Isthmus in MY
and from then until his retire"
ment in 1939 was employed by
the former Supply Department of
a cribtender foreman.

'Weather Or Not

?- Whig weather report for tho 24
hours ending a. m. today 11
prepared by the Meteorolog lest
and Hydrographio Branch et MO
Pananti Canal Company:
' Balboa Cristobt
TEMPERATURISt
High N St
Low IS IS
HUM! DIM
'High .. IS SS
Low SI
WIND:
(max. mph) NW-19 NW17
RAIN (Inches) J2
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) SI SS

-aLAKE
ELEVATIONS:
Gatun Lake 13.31
Madden Dam 218.57
BALSOA.TIDES
WEDNESDAY, MAY 27
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Time Ht.
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7:48 p.m 15.1 ft.

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, there until the official. cere-. telling, ualties in the fighting.
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slightly less ceremonial than Zone Government's Division of:
the state funeral reserved for seheoli.
presidents -and vice, presidents, ,'
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rhomas Sheehan, retired PIP
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in Sacramento. Calif.
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le weather report for the 24
e ending a. to. today (
ared by, the Meteorological
Hydrographie Branch of
mid Canal Company: f
Balboa Cristobs f
1PERATURIlt
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AKE ELEVATIONS:
tun Lake 13.39
Aden Dam 215.17
BALBOA TIDES
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 27
Righ
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l. WASHINGTON, May 26 (UP1)--The body of John Foster Dulles was taken to the National Cathedral tdday tol ' krs'e,,, i,.. I
button that sent4lur sprinklers into action after askingwhei
, -pion mew tam tankees, at ,:.4,,,A,A,
IF in repose until the funeral tomorrow.
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Ussia also joined in honoring the former AMeican secretary of state. ., ,
nessed a demensintrkaition, of. ,011, 6 ;much. I: ..-: :
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1 1 ;to as well as West Germany's Chancellor Konrad Ade naeur and foreign ministers of the non-communist world ''
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:4' Dulles, who died Sunday of cancer at the age of 71, will lie in state in the Bethlehem chapel of the National The Y a n k e e s received ,,,,;;',;,:i3;::;;:r :.::A:,: ,I., v:i,.::,;i., : Semour stepped' ,on ::the xrse to: : noyad. ,, ,, ,
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Lthedral for 24 hours. ,:kN.:4!;:!:;,iiiA.,..''':VA:::. :::,'INg:,,,,,..:..;:i,:N. 44,',,',-,, :,;r1,i-,)0:,,i,,, ?,:.,,:..1,.; 7 IA At front. page editoria
" f fielder Hictor- Lpez and -t?,,;n:k:,,,:::- lr: ,..,.:';:k '::;,',!:!::?
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a result of his rugged conautu- Negro prize xigiiier, wane no on- the Legistatur n e e m s a e de the o in o s ;ate hbeasacchasiuteaganhtotosutaPhlidswith them Hertzke 'anent canal Company:
tion and the fact that the pneu- lection applied specifically to box- law.
monia was detected almost, im- mg, the law outlawed all ,liiter- , made offensive remarks to him.
Schifatoktook a t.22 rifle from the um:Mho& CrIstob
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. cancer had not interfered with it applies to all sports.
. In appealing the lower court de- D Low , 75
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cision, the Louisiana State Athlet- OVIA 110 Farmers dentally and he drove off, believ- HUMIDITY!
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inglienrLehahrmowehvaedr.bweeana adhoonteht the 'IlLowigh : .. . ... 12
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abdomen'. Gibbons bundled him t,k,, 97:
seem difficult, if not impossible,
, t further indication that inani inanito
to inanito apply the same legal principles TAIPEI. Formosa (UPDCom- M SI
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bhiagehk sipnetoedhifso
tion was the inunediate cause
to the field of professional boxing monist Chinese troops shot and
reaFrluashndingseHt Lutpitaalt. "I'11;1111:11 wlPial' 'NW:" NW. ..17
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of death. killed 210 farmers in one of a 'se 'seRAIN
RAIN 'seRAIN (inches) I)
) ;.......1,..Th ries of riots in two coastal prov proveaArs
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He 'said Dulles was able to .52
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,47.4,:ii speak as late as Saturday, the Aid To Handicamied inces sparked by opposition to
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, Peiping's commune system, the WATER TEMP:
,..,' S,. A, day before he died. Nationalist Chinese' News Agency
struck a light Dole. The wounded (inner harbors) SI
; 7 :-S.444,, .',iia., In another almost unprece- 2 SS
, 4' -'-'--:' ,,-;4, .41, dented mark of respect for Dul- Children Via SEA said yesterday. cars mounted the sidewalk and
Hertzke was hurled through the '
windshield.
couRaris ..,,:,,,.,,,.4,,,e,t,:.:,..,:.:1,4,,:, les, most Washington embassies The agenty, quoting unidentified
, k ,:,:',-kit;-::::::$-:. s:,,-,Va,:---;, sources on the Mainland, said
including that of Russia
hiaTehheedblonowt thtoe hothapeitalli.ght pole Ga Lake
hungry farmers and now ranking LAtunKE ELEVATIONS:
. hil, '41 '',..::.:'::;.;;:::..:-,,;.;:;::.,::. 4...., displayed their national flags Given in lone Grant Communist members of the
- ,04 :., ...,''.:4..;::'::f;,':':.'',..-..'::': k ,'Xs.r:'.. at half staff. The State Depart- cadres battled Red soldiers in up- S3.3S
, ,,b,,P4, . ..:..'..:'t,:,:? s.',:li -. ment said such action was en- Madden Dam 215.57
' t:V..", iti,:?' ':,.,0011N::,: ',,, tire !, up to the individual em emfraonmd
fraonmd emfraonmd -thane teamalerdgerineveyr
, The Canal Zone Committee for risings recently in Kiangsu and
Aid to the Physically Handicap. Kokien provinces. ,..,-0
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 27
Yangchow near Shanghai on Power plant,- hesPital attendants
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Ihe HOUSP of Representatives, to the Canal Zone Speical Educe EducePed
Ped EducePed todaY announced a 5500 grant The biggest riot erunted at
March 27. the agency said.
,, after putting in a long day or tion Association (SEA).
More than 10,000 disgruntled for minor injuries.
, :''., ,,:'.4 ',, ',T, work yesterday on two key mon- The association will use the mo mot.
t. mot. ey bills, adjourned until lat,er ney to help finance its summcr farmers and sPme Red cadre per- ft, ,
soneel staged a mass demonstn Hertzke was Jotted to-, have a Time Mgt
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, ,, recreation program for handicap handicaptoday
today handicaptoday out of respect for the late tion to protest working more Ord. broken jaw and internal injuries 7:31 a.m
. 1 '.:1' ''':;,,::,4'' :',.. '4 ped children. 16.5 ft
, 16 hours a day for starvation ra- in addition ,to the ;gunshot wound. 7:48 p.m ' 15.t ft.
. fr diplomat.
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''. i:,... ',-.V- ,.: ':.'n.'''-::,:t. ,,:,:k,A-, ,s.o. 'Int. State Departmant said tions of rice soup and a few vege- Schifani was bOolted4Ju.charges N
1 ",' ;; all its employes except for a A check for the funds was for- tables., The. riot was touched off of felonioud 'assault and gun law- Low
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,Inall skeleton staff would be by the death of an old woman, violation.. Mrs, Tritschler was Time Ht.
chairman of the Physically Han- 'i
t, ,,, .,,,,,., ., ,. -,:.:ti';.:.(,.,,,,,:,-,-''.',':i.':'-''.' : .:...".?X'; dismissed at 12:45 pm tomor- ffip news agency said. 45 ft.
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Regular Communist troops were
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